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Market News. TAMWORTH FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
Market News. TAMWORTH FARMERS' UNION. Messrs .Alex. Johnston and Co, report: — Butter 8id to Is 2d lb KggB, Is to Is 3d dox Bacon, 6d to 7d Ib Hams, 7d lb Lard, 6d to 8-1 lb Cheese, local 4d to 4(d, factory 6d Ib Honey, 601b. tins, 2Jd lb Corn, 2s 6d to 2s 9d bushel Bran, 4s -M to 4s 6d bag Barley, 2s 6d per bushel ; skinle-B 2s 9d to 3s bus. Oats, 2s per bushel. Lucerne seed, 5d to 8d lb Pottttoes, 4 ? to 5s per cwt Fowls, Is 9d to 3s pair Ducks, 2e 01 to 29 9d pair Ceese, 4s Od to 5s pair Turkeys. 6a Od to 7s Od pair
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
Dentistry. J. Heai.bv smith, D.D.S., f-om London am! me. ica, .'f 4S2 and 4S4 George ^invt, $ydn»y. 111 ? y 'i lODuu '.ed F. KKat McNoI- 'a Hot 1. Hay-l iiton, mon^'lv- N xt visit, Frul y, 6 h Ma\, till l' pm. Kain 1 -e Extract onstuaru'itet-la!7s6i fr'latt r ing ti stiinonials have b tn givna by mam oi thrt i-iiuei|jal vq unttera a:'d !!e»i-lent« of the rli-trot, crtf-iuc Io the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work. Charges esri'-tly mo'i-rat?. At my Sydney r..om» 1 have a staff of Four Dentists, where a great r (lection is made on ordinary prices. — Advt
Chrysanthemum Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
Chrysanthemum Show. The chrysanthemum show in aid of the fnufis of St Paul's Church of England was held in the Oddfellows' Hall oo Wednesday ' and Thursday last and was a must decided success. Tne committee hare been'working hard fur the ill -w for tome montlin past, and the rtsutt of their labors rouBt h»ve lieen very encouraging. The hnll wns mant t.-ute. , fullv arranged by the Stewards, the various ' exhibits beinir will displayed, aud the whole I forming a very hnnileomcshnw. Th«re were ! -»V«^r 30() entt il-« lit Hip vsrlnna i*lneimi mirv uf the exhibits being of Bx-:eplional merit. Two ii'D-cuin|ietilive exhibits arc deserving of f pecial mention, viz :— that of Mr. U. L. White of Belltrses. which consisted of a larfj'inumberof cut rbryRantbeuiunig. oecupj ing a space about 8ft by 4ft, and which fur size a.id variety would be hnrd to beat The Ho al exhibit sent by Messrs Soarlnnd Sons, of tjyd.icy, was also greatly admired and was » worK of art. The majority of the classes we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
An Undeserved Sen tence. INDIGNATION FREELY EXPRESSED. Justice, tempered with mercy, has often been mi: ted out to those lenst deserving any considers! ion. There are those, too. who on the other hand have undergone heavy and undeserved sentences, their only solace being in the knowledge tbat they possess the sym pathy of their friends, wb--, whilst giving free expression to their indignation, ate powerless to assist them. Whether Mrs. Boyee. now residing at 162 Dowling.stei't, Sydney, merited th« 15 years' torture sbe has just completed, we will leave an unbiassed public to say. Certain it is that but for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People her sufferings would have been even more prolonged . ' For fifteen yer.rs I suffered from indiges tion,' said Mrs. Bores to a reporter from the Leichhardt Standard, and continued she. ' a long wearjr time to be ill, and I might -have been suffering still if I bad not the good for tune to drop ou a paragraph iu the papers deecribing a cure b...
The Mystery of Sea-Cliff Towers. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XXVIII. NEWS FROM SEA-CLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
Tite fflgsleipf Srtltf Towers. (ALL. RIGHTS RESERVED.) By J. D. HKSKESSEY, AutW of ' The Dis-HonnuraUe,' ' Wyn nuin,' 'An .Austri'lisu 'ush Track,' Guunery of Church Conso.t,' etc. CHAPTER XXVIII. News from Sea-Cliff. Sometime before the liour for com mencing on tbe following morning there was a stir of excilemeut ninoug the crowds of people wailing for ad mittance icto the Court House. Dniue Humor said that an impor tant discovery bad bceu made among the ruiuE of Ben-cliff Towers ; that in fact Eorue sensational evidence had been unearthed. On the re-opeumg of the coutt the place was packed, and the keenest in terest was displayed by tbe excited crowd in tbe proceedings. ;-.Tlie defence, however, were not greatly concerned ,-at tbe tnrn affairs bad taken, for Barrister 'Jones felt confident of his case, and as lie said to Lib junior ' If the safe had been die covered with its contents nninjured it was extremely unlikely that a man like Setb Boscdule would have left any incriminatin...
He Did Not Go To Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
He Did Not Go To Aus tralia. Nothirg is easier than to recommend a man 10 pa tu Austrnlia. A dozen words or so out of your mouth and you bnve done it. But for him to acton your advice — that is a pray liorse of another colour. You see, Aus tralia is lalf -way round the wnrld ; and to pull up stakes here and go there — family, in terests, slid all — is a job no man takes in hand save for the strongest sirt of reasons. Yet that is what Mr. Emrys Morgan Pnre. grocer ana tea merchant, ot 1 rensitoa ltoad, Hafod, S. Wales, was advised to do by a doc tor at Merthyr. Now, we don't say but that tbe reEult, if Mr. Price bad fone. would bavc proved the doctor's judgement to be sound ; but as it happened 11 r. ['rice came out all right in the en J bt just staying at home. The farts are briefly these : In August. 1SS1, the customary choral competition took place nl Abergavenny, nnd Mr. Price attend ed. In some way — he fails to state how, and it doesn't matter— be took cold and had i. chill. Wh...
A Queer Idea. A Melbourne Man Living With Aboriginals. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
A Queer Idea. A 'Melbourne Man Living With Aboriginals. ' Truths that are ' stranger than fiction ' always form welcome reading to the people of the&p colonies. A case comes from North Queensland that is thrilling with interrsr. A once well-known municipal pott-n-ali\ who faded away out of the memory (if , people in Victoria years auo. nnd is - generally supposed to be dead, was heard of the other dav. He runs wild aloi)« with a tribe of blacks in the scrub regions of Ooen ( N.Q ) The ex Mayor is drcsRcd chiefly in a sugar bag , Iiis hair hasn't been cut for some years ; and when hfi pelts through the scrub with his unkempt nianp flyinj; btliind him he is a fearsome Rprctjcle. He is a iiatlrgs, shoeless being w-th a harem, and ib about as aboriginal as the ab originals themselves. Ilia wife and family in Victoria draw the rents from his property, and have done so ever since the old man vanished in the N.Q. wilds, and they «rc likely to continue doing 60 undisturbed. For the ...
Savoury Padding. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
Savoury Pudding. Savoury pudding is generally served with roast pork. Soak Soz. bread in cold water or milk until quite soft, drain away the water and beat the bread with a fork. Chop two onions very fine, beat an- egg, and add it with the onions, 2oz. chopped suet, 2oz. oatmeal, one teaspoon ful sage, ana seasoning to the bread, with as: much milk as will make a stiff batter. Make 2oz. of dripping hot In a tin. pour in the pudding, and bake one hour.
Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
Our Sydney Letter. [From our Sydney Contributor.] There is hardly mure than one absorbing subject of diBcn-.6ion before os just now. At ewry street corner, in trams, busses, and trains, men, women, and children are talk ing about Federa ion. Some sre in favour of tbe bill, some againBt it, and they 41 ha-e reas ns sufficient to themselves for their opinions ; while the serione-minded elector can regale himself almost nightly in the un ceas-iug fli.w of oratory for or Rgainet the | measure. Mr. Barton has surpassed him self in his efforts, delivering three or four arid tenses weekly somewhere in tbe suburbs, while Messrs. Wise and O'Connor have eons to Newcaitlo with their same old tune, in a different air. On the othe- side, Mr. R'id — or, rather. Mr. Reid's speuch— seemed to have silenced evrymie lor the moment, but on Wedue, day the hud-r of the Opposition had sufficiently recove-ed himself to follow his rival and deliver a denunciation o( the proposed nninn to a large audience. T...
Fricassee de Poulets. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
Fricassee -de Poulets. ? ? : Prpcure two plump birds. 'Clean Miein ' thoroughly and cut up into joints. Scald tlie feet 'and skin theiVi. ' Plnro theriv in a saucepan along with th'e' 'necks; giz zards, livers, and hearts?. ^Cover-- -well with water, and simmer as long -as pos^ sjlile. . ISTeyt .place a litHe^biittujr i?n *: s'tewjian, dust the Joints. with Jieu'r^ and^j fry slightly. Add a little pepper,, ind salt, with half-a-cu'pful, of,' water or, sTock. anil ptew v.'ry plowly. . When , almost ready, add the gravy, ? strained, , which lias been' 'nblnirir.l from ih« feet. &c. Simmer all very slowly tor about : ten minutes, and \ivi?t Vn-fore lifting add tbe yolks of two r-ggs woll beaten. ThiB dish wiH be found very nice. ? ?
Qulrindl. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
gulrimSI. [fbom oue coukespondknt.] Messrs. Agnesiz and Co. conducted an auction sale of Crown land here on Tuesday, 12th inst., when n number of aUntmenm in the village of WailaLadah were submitted to public compctiti'iu. Most of the lots offered were disposed of at satisfactory figures. On Thursday last the Police Magistrate war occupied the whole day and until late in tbe evening in hearing A ch.irfff against Thomas llyman. scniur, of bftvinp treepaReed on the enclosed land of B. b. Huneeiford. Eventually bis Worship inflicted a fine of £3, with 4s lOd costs of court, and £3 3s profes sional costs, in default levy and distress. Ibis is not the first time this matter lias croppca up in tue court*. lue inna on which defendant tienpaaBed was originally owned by him, and is known as Ryman'B farm. In 1880 defendant became bankrupt, and the land was tubscquentlv sold by the Official Assignee to Mr. J. L. Tebbntt. Ever since bis purchase of tbe land Mr. lebbutt has been periodically put...
Lancaster Stew. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
- Lancaster Stew. Mix some flour; salt,- and ?' peptier on'a .plate in'-the :same iM-oportions as for beefsteak pudding. Cut lib. of stewing beef into nld? pieces, and dip them first into a- little vinegar, and then into the flour, salt, and pepppr. ^siicc -nn onion and fry it in loz. dripping, at the same time sprinkling in a little Hour, and pour ing, on.a half-a-pint nf p.ili] water. Season, stir until it boils, add the meat, and let all simmer gently for two hours and a half, and serve with ? ' Savoury. Balls. ? These pleasant relishes are made in the following . inannpr :— Mix ' halfafea spconful of baking powder, a little salt and pepper into i^rb. of Hour ; add lvalf a-teaspoonful mixed nmrjorarti and thyme, 3oz. cboppod suet, and one minced onion ; mix to a stiff paste with cold wa ter, form Into balls, and steam about an hour. Pour the stew on to a. dish, and place the savoury balls round.
America and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
America and Spain. Queen Christina, of Spain, has abandoned ber opposition Io the war against America, and has sub-cibed 1,000,000 pesetas (£40,000; to the war fund. The United States Senate held a prolonged sitting on Friday, 15th instant, and dicues ed the resolutions of the Foreign Kelatinns Committeu The discussion resulted in the ad ption of a resolution by a majority 51 to 37 in favcr of recoguiainga republic in Cuba, and also of the adoption, by a majority of 57 to 21 ot the resolutions --t the majority of the Foreign Rtlutions Committee declaring for tho independence of Cnba, requiring Spain to evacua'e the island, and direoling Pres dent McKinley to use force. The Massachusetts State Legislature has voted 500,000 dollars for the State Militia, the vote being parsed after only tbitty minutes' debate. At Malaga, in tbe Bouth of Spa:n an ex cited mo!' made an at'ack on tlie American consulate. The escutcheon over the fiont of the building wxs emasherf Four huudn-'ri rc--ulent8...
THE CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHATTER XXXIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
THE OHfeVAXIBR de MAISQJN . '\ .. ROUGE. ;?-. V ' CHAPTER XXXIV:— Ooktisted. ?closea beil«a her. Bnt Uk faitlifnl crea tun: uaal soon returned, and comprehend jug tbs! h)» mistress was confined in ihU great sione bniMing.ho hoTriecl and whin ed, waitiiif;, within ten fcot ot the senti nel, h caresisiva reply, /Tho qticen rODljoi] ? by a heart broken sigh, which, reacbee the ear of her guards;, but a« this sigh was uot repeated, and .110 othei ?souudfe- -proceeded from th«.-queeii'n chum 4)er, they again composed themselves. aui1 relapsed into their former state of drow ;- - Einess. At the break of day! the queeu rose auJ dressed herself, then took her seat .. near the window, the light from whicb in1erPRl-ted liv thi' oratinc of irm\ liMrs. fell with a. bluish tint upon her emaci- ? ated hands, in which ehe held a book. She was apparently reading:, but her thoughts were far nvray. The i;eudnrnie Gilbert half opened the screen, aud re ganied her in liilence. The (jueen heard tbo nois...
My Friend the Major. "Liver": Gout. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
My Friend the Major. 'Liver'': Gout. Life to many people would be Intoler ?able if it were not for its ailments. ' My friend the -Major, .for instance, would, I am sure, be positively unhappy without his liver ;? I don't mean literally, of course, .but as a topic of conversation, and a source of inconvenience. Jt may be said that he appears to be unhappy with Tt, but I am quite sure that the stato of his health is hip main interest in life, and widhout it the world would be to him an aching void, whicli even whist would not suffice to fill. 1. came across him the other day at aii inoppor tune moment. Efe was in-a despondent and -denunciatory mood. 'I feel,' he said, 'a.eomplete wreck.' ' Wrecks are commonly the result of too much water.' I observed. He noticed the impertinence . of . .£ne remark, and after an interval of strong language he asked : ' What do you think I drink ?' I should have been disposed to put the interrogation another way. but for the sake of peace I said I 'did ...
Horrors of War. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898
Horrors of War; - A correspondent of tlie ' Times' said that the road from Plevna to .Teliche during the Russo-Turkisli WaS- - was rendered melancholy by the perpetual re 'currence of uhburied bodies. ' We grew callous at last,' he wrote ; ' so callous that a dead body touched us no more than a milestone might Jt&ve done. 'Murder with violence awakened a languid interest. I do not know how I can more clearly or more terribly indi cate the horrors of the journey than by telling the simple truth about tnat one. matter— that' the sight of the body of any poor wretch done to death by famine, .or beaten to death by cruel^ stripes, or stabbed, or sbot, or stoned, awakened in, the hearts'' and minds of half-a-dozen Englishmen no more than a momentary sensation of pity or of anger. , We' had grown- accustomed to these'things,- 'ijjid emotion had grown tired, ana would not be stirred by any one of them.' ? Many ?of- these dead bodies were the bodies of Bulgarians slaih'by the Turks ;...