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Ginger Beer. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Ginger Beer. One pound of lump sugar, Joz. bruised ginger, two lemons sliced ; pour over t.hese' ingredients two gallons of boiling water. I^et the liquid stand un til lukewarm, (hen add one tablespoon ftil of -brewer's yeasr. Leave for twelve hours, theu 'bottle, and wire the corks.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ale or Beer [?]utdon. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Ale or Beer Outdon-. Best hops 31b., tapioca lib., water ten gallons. Thoroughly swell Ui« iapior-.-i in cold water, then lie it in a canvas cloth and boil it and the hops in the water for half-an-hour. Let all cool to gether. Next day strain, and put into bolt let; or in a cask. Hung dowu tight. Nothing more is required.'

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A New Stimulant. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

A New Stimulant. This is a drug called tlieobromlne. ,Tt is said to act favourably In cases of palpitation and flatulence of a nervous character. Mr. L. V. West lelis us that he administered it to a patient suffering thus without her knowledge, and that the theobromine removed the palpita tion and ' pains in the heart,' and had a marked influence on digestion. Theo bromine is the active principle of good cocoa, and we' are told it Is not -like caffeine, a cumulative drug ; that it has not the exciting qualities of caffeine— Hie active principle of coffee— and that It may be taken for a long time without injurious effects, and is Invaluable in heart disease. Well, I have to bid my readers beware of It unless prescribed by a doctor. That murderous drug, hy drate of chloral, which led so many people to insanity and death, was cracked up In a similar way. — Dr. Gor don Stables.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Household Hints* Tighten the cane seats of chairs In tliis way : Turn the chair upside down, aud wash i];e cane well with 'soap aud water. Leave it in the open air to dry, and, provided the canes are not broken, the seat will be quite afi'fivni as when now. : Knives, when not In constant use, are very apt to become rusty, unless care fully looked after. . They should up kept wrapped up in brown paper, green baize or flannel, in a dry place, and looked at from time to time to see- that they are in good oi-dor. .. liven .with the greatest care, limy w-ill sometimes boooiue rusty, and the bestlhiug to do is-to rub them with a little sweet oil. lieave this on for a -day or -two, and then rub with finely powdered unslaked lime, -until the rust has disappeared. - - ? Knives which have become stained should have tlie marks removed before they a re ol caned. Asihiple way of do ing tliis is fo'cuta raw: potato in half, and w-ifh' it .rub 'tlje stains. Sweet oil, put oh, a siiialj piece of fl...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Timor. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Timor. {From oue CoBREsroNDENT.) It jb oft -limes wondered how a man earns hi* rspurienne in Ausduiia. for (de majority of people consi.ler it an «bsolute necessity for a man to bmd himself apprentice as it were, tn n squatter, to learn colonial exper ience. That is a very easy way of paining experience where a nvm is able to pay for it, but where there is one man who can afford to 1I0 so there are ten wfco cannot. Among those who hnve beenmc noted shcep-brpcders without having; gone in for a term of appren ticeship as mentioned above mav be men tioned our well-known sheep exhibitor Mr. I'. Mull ins, of Wingcn, who never spent an hour under the tuition of any expert, and who is now able to rompele willi such irell known shcep-bredc're as the P.U.L. and M. C . I notice by the report of the recent ebow at Tamworlh, wliich appeared in tlie columns of the Tamitotth Obtcrter of tbe 2nd instant, that the first prize for sliong combing ivool ram. 2-tooth or over, is set down as lieieg awar...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Billville Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

A. BUlvillc Wedding. We are pleased to be able to record one of those delightful social functions which are all loo .infrequent in Bill ville. but which, when they do come off. create pleasure to one and all. We refer io the wedding of Hilly Shaver, the affable, urbane, and de servedly popular hotel barber, and Miss XIaggie M'Sniffen, one of Billville's pupuhir society belles, and second daughter of our highly respected fellow citizen, Mr. Pete M'Sniffen. who keeps the butcher shop on K-slreet, and who is being prominently mentioned as a candidate for justice of the peace in case Mr. Hill flunkett. the present in cumbent of that ollioe. does not recover from the brutal welt he got over tlie head for rendering 'a decision for the plaintiff in the assault and battery case of Huggius v. Gongius last week. The wedding above referred to passed off with great eclat, and was a grand success in every particular. Maggie looked as sweet as a peach in a blue all-wool delaine made en traine wit...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

THE SETTLING. The settling took place ut 8 p.m. the same evening dt the Plou:h Inn, BlandfoH, when the prizes won during the duy were paid over to the winners, and everything passed off s^iiifactorilv. After the settling refresh ments w ie called for, and Mr. Griffiths, of Harben Vale, pro(-ns»d tbe health ot the histeBs (Mrs. Dohertv), coupled with ihe uan.e of the Secretary (Mr. W. Greer), eulogising them for their efforts to provide atnu eaient for the public, and especially praising Mr*. Doherty for her good manage ineiit and conduct of the hotel. Mr. P. Whet-lilian supported tbe previous speaker Mr. T. Ha'lmsuii proposed the toast of The Press, wbich wan responded to by Mr. J. P. Wliittield, our Timor drrespotulrnt. Some discussion ensued as to the chances of a sh -w b'iog held in Murrurundi in place of the usual iac°s, aTid tbe general opinion of thr.Be present apueared to be in fnvor of the show. Wo lara tint ab ut 7 o'clock some jieteou t'tnk a horse f addle and hriddle out ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Healing Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Healing Philosophy. In an article on ' Healing Philosophy' in the ' Metaphysical Magazine' there is an interesting account of a certain sect in Japan. The prindoal theory of the sect Is that right-thinking' in all things will heal diseases and bring good fortune. There are two spirits in the world — the spirit of the Sun God, which is called Yo-ki, and the spirit of gloom and darkness named In-ki. Tlie spirit To-kl makes a man courageous- and cheerful, and consequently long-lived — but In-ki makes the heart gloomy and brings death. One becomes inspired with Yo-kl by the practice of holy breathing, which consists in standing in the morning sunshine, and breathlnghard for a certain time. One must, of course, banish all In-ki thoughts. There is, no doubt, a great deal in this, and we shall certainly try this ' holy breathing' on the first opportunity. If we could only turn on sunshine when we liked in Lon don we should all feel happier and bet ter. But we cannot possibly feel joky, whi...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blandford Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Blantfford Races. Judprp, Mr. B. Haydon ; Starter, Mr. J. H. Holt; Clerk of tho Course. Mr. T. Gilslicacn ; Clerk of the Scales, Mr. T. Hartmann ; Handicappers, Mesfrs. J. AdamB, T. P. Wheelihan, D. Mullens, and T. Gtlshenen ; Committee, Mwsre. 3. Callinan W. Wheelihan, A. Oram, J. Oram, D. Mullens, J. Adams, and J. H. Holt ; Secretary, Me. W. Gierr. Monday last fEaeter Monday) was cele brated at Blandford by a race meeting, held in pla.te of the u«ual Sf. Patrick's Day meet ing. Tho attendance wns the poorest we have feel on the Bland'ord courap, anJ the fields, except that for the Scrubber's Rice, were anything but good. We think the Committee made a mistake in altering the date from the usual one of the 17th March, as the counter attractions in o'her parts of tbe district-, such as the races at Yarrimin and Moonan Brook, hud doubtless much to do with the poor attendance, both of the pubic and horses. However, so far as tho racing went it w»s good and the weather was all that coul...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Novice on Wheels. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

A. Novice on Wheels. He strode into the second-hand bicycle dealer's with a look of rage upon his face. : ' Say, tliis 16 a pretty deal you have given me. Why, it would take a eteani engiue to furnish power enough to run 1 hiu miinlimii ' '?? Why, what is the matter with it?' asked the dealer, alarmed. at the grow .ing rage 'of the customer of tlie day be fore. 'Matter! matter enough. You. told me this was an easy-ruhuing machine, and you can't make it budge. 1 oiled it fre.sbly( this morning just before going out, an'd in live minutes, sir, it was like drawing a load of stone.'' . : ' Sure you used pure oil ?' ' Used the stuff you gave me iii the bottle. Bad euough, probably:' ?' ' 'In the bottle? Why, man, 1' didn't give you auy bottle of oil. It is in- a can.' . .. --.-,,.,- . 'Can, eh? Well, what do .y.oucall that ?' said tue irate man ..as lie.' took * the bottle out of the leather c^se.' ''!? put it in the bearings, just' as you iold » me.' . ? ?' ' ???? 'My dear fellow, that ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Your Grocer keeps Wood's Great Pepper mint Cure foi Coughs aud Colds, 1/6 and 2/6.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Czar's Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

The Czar's Cup. There is a tragic interest attached to the Moscow cups -which were part 'o£ the Czar's gifts, and the scramble for which brought about the terrible' crash and loss of life. The cups are made of white enamel, ornamented with Scla vonic tracery design in light blue and red. On one side is the Russian Im perial eagle, and on Uie other the initials N.L (Nicholas Imperator). The Enamel Company of Vienna were the manufacturers, and they claim to fcave turned put six' hundred thousand in two months, an output of ten thousand a day. ? Although not invaluable Intrinsi cally, these cups will be Jealously pre served in' many a Russian household as a memento of mourning-, although they were intended to mark an occasion of a very different character. ?„.? *rtnied «it Ifetu South Walti

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Paul's Easter Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

St. Paul's Easter Meet ing. The annual meeting of the parishioners of St. Paul's. Mnrruruu-Ii, was held in the Schoolroom on Tuesday afternoon, when there were present:— Hev. H. A. Woodd, Rector (in the chair), Mossre. R- K. Home, B. Haydon, W. Lone;, A. Busby G. Prit cbett, W. S. Gcird, W. A. «i^on, R. Sim- . sou, A. Wooleock. E. Wand, J. Hannaf^rd, and Mrs. Home aud Mies ncber. Tbe nieetiog having been opened with prayer, the minutes of tli* previous annual mi-ciing were read aud conGrmrd. FINANCIAL STATBMEKT. The Treasurer (Mr. A. Busby) read the nninrinl « atimen* for the p riod cKten.hnjr fr.in Easter, 1837, to 31st March. 1&9S, which chowed that at the first-niemiomd d -te the overdraft at th - bank st ml at £83 Ox lid, and that at the 3Ut March. 1898, thrainnUMi overdrawn wan S66 14s 2d. It was explained that this o-enlrufl had been r- duceil i-ince the 31st March by nearly £20. biiu.iou it down 1 1 ab -nt £47 at the date of th meeting. Owing to the ct.ange in tbe dat...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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A Royal Separation. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

A Royal Separation. A ciblegrain from London, dated 6th April. 6tatcs that a permaneut separation is being arranged between the Grand Dnke uf He-Be «n-1 the Grand Duchess : also that the Qne^n will suppoit her grandiliwshter. ( he Grand Duke of Hesse and the Grand Duchess are l-.ith prandchiliirtn uf Her Majesty. Tbe former is the eldest son of the late Piiu cess Aline and the late Grand Duke of Hesse, at;d wastorn in 1868 The Grand Duchess ffonn. rlv the Princess Victoria Meli'a of Cobnrj;) was born in 1876, and is the second daughter of the Duke of Saxe Coburg rthe Duke of Edinburgh), ''he coaple -vwe roanied April 19. 1694, and have issue one child, thf Princess Elisabeth Marie Alice Victoria, born March 11. !89o.)

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Time Table. APRIL 3RD, 1898 MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

f£uii\v»y Tinic Table. APRIL 3rd, 1898 MURRUROSDI 'TO SYDNEY. The pi88eager train haves Murrurundi at 1.21 pra. daily CSuuday Fxcepted), arriving at Singleton 3 44 p.m., Newcastle 5.37 p.m. and Sydney at 9.45 p.m. The mail train leaves at 4.29 a.m. daily (Sunday txcepted) arriviug at Singleton C 33 a.m., Newcastle 8.5 a.m., and Sydney sit 11.40 a.m. Tho faiea to paoh of the principal stations en route aru as under : — I Singles Kolaroe Holiday Stations * . , Excursion ? I lcl 2cl Icl 2ol1. lcl 2cl ? - b d a d s d a d b d^ s~n Blmdford 10 7 1 31 11! 1 r 10 Wlngcn ... 2 8J 1 f. 4 0 2 9 3 7 2 4 Sfitviilj.. 3 8 2 5 S 0 3 8; 4 10 3 4 8dSA«!'f£;. 4 4? 3 1 70 4 Sj 6 3 4 2' 6.Wrdt5nr. H 3 4 3 9 «T6 fij S ?6 6 9 Muswellblt 8 0 5 3iU 0 8 () 10 3 7 0 Singleton.. i4 0 9 3.21 014 0 18 612 6 W. Mailld. 19 9 13 3 29 C 19 9i26 0 17 0 nisjh street 19 913 3 29 9128 0 26 S 17 9 E. MaitVd.HjO 0JI3 6!30 0 20 3 26 9 18 0 Hamilton.. 23- 3 15 6 34 9 23 3 29 9;19 9 Haneys'kle23 , 6 15 6.35 323 3 29 9J19 9 K...

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Publications Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Publications Received. From the \iutn-i Life In-nrauce Company of New V Tk « e have p ceix'ed a r^py of a pamphlet entitled ' The Roof of Australia, aud How to get there.' The work is in the form of a guide book to a trip to Mount Kos'iiusco, which is pat forth as being the fanitorium of Australia. The E iitor, in His prcfac . htNtes that the object of the pam phlrti-to in-rotlace a country winch may »nd should hecoroe to Hi-tralia what M-n- la is to India. The work is well written and the whole is got up in a inanui r which does credit tn all c mourned. ? The first number ol h new wagxzine entitled Jfu .' Ha .' has reached u«. Th^ pub ication is a monthly I one, nni is filled with good original r- adii.g matter of an aniusni charact- r. Ita'so con tains a imm'ier of eirtooos and comic sketches, which are well «orth the mod Bt sum of ;hre- p n1'-, thn |.ri c -?- 'lie puhliui ti. n. —The ? prinium!-t-r -'f the Avutrnlinn Home Jownal is als- to t.Kiid. This is no new venture, beinf; i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

A^Aliiyn&fPQ Watches, Jewellery, : ? *&#&%? PI IJFl^ifoOj Silver-plate Cutlery. ?16 and 817 GEORGE *T. (Opp. SaHaay StationJ, SYDNEY. ' ? ' -dtgfiHB^ Watch i 1 1 xi i^rf Hind finished. Full capped Euclish l^rer, £3 10/- Strongest, cnetpnt, ami best time liMPtrevcrmuIe. Extra qm!:t-, £*, £413,'-, £5, £0, £7. £8. 3. 4, R. 8 ycare' guarantee. Silver li'iiituii,- Key or lioless, £2, SO. 10/- Short Wii.rt Keylcw, 7/3 and I. ,3. SiipwlTr quality, Uo/ KumuitMil. Gold l«ren. £4, £5, u £20. Din ct A;;cnU for lUithcr. bun's Levora, WaUhim'n, aiidtt'aloi^Miry at 26 p c. ksi thin other houses. Solid Gold Chain, Single or Double 2, u ;- S;,.3/l0,44,/,4/u, 6,'-?- l.'c Sci.d lioM, 6/ib,'.eJ/1e;.c/,7,v e/-/-,IC,-/- lurefi.vcr, IC/-, 12,6, to'-, 20, lii-a.itifully cbn-ed. Auv nrmr oriu Us ?Jc Solid Gold 15m. qi:i;r new, 7,« Evi Slronp, 10/- 16c. Uold Ua.r, 15/- 16i Gold Uu, 20/- Puce Silver liar, 3/6 JE^jfei — Utut Syl«, S D«r. G»mrt or Ame thyst, 21/- 15c. Gold (us above), 3...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Typhoid Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Typhoid Fever. We regret to learn that there are at pre sent two bad cases of typhoid fever in the local hospital, both of (viiich have been sent fr-m Qdiiitiili. The s -oner the proposed Cottage Ho-pital at Quiriodi is an accom plishe 1 fact, so ihat these cases cau hetrea ed in the town in which tluy occur, tbe better it will lie for Murrurundi, aa the im portition uf. cases of typhoid fover to. our town is not a thing to be desired.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

Death. 0VERT0N. — Mai eh 29tli. at Burrowa, Annie Veiu. bdr v.rt aud only chiM of Arnold and Sarah A. OvertoD, aged C months and 21 days. 'Suffer littl« cliildiea to come unto 5Ie, and --jrbid them not : for of such ia the Kingdom of Heaven. ' sgrtrrurunbi ?& ^uirmSi Siints SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1898.

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The Position of Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 16 April 1898

The Position off Federa tion. Prophets of evil omen have been unfailing in the emphatic declara tions that ' Federation is Dead,' '? The Cause of Federation is want ing,' &c, but present appearances prove that the great question is far from being anything of tha kind. The speech of Mr. Reid, in Sydney, seemed to put the spark to the powder. The immediate result was to burst asunder all bonds of party, and throw hitherto antagonistic poli ticians into close union either for or against the Bill as it stands. How ever opinion may be divided as to the motives actuating the Premier in his final declaration of his inten tion to support the Bill, it has had the one good effect, of keeping the matter from being degraded to the ievel of a party question. The majority of the freetrade. members ! are opposed to the Bill on various '? grounds, and they have opinions in ' common on the question with Mr. ; J-yne, some other Protectionists, I and also with the Labour Party. Mr. Reid, on th...

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