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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

For Bronchial Coughs tike Wood's Great Peppermint Core, 1/6 and 2/6.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

OcJrifetfowa' Annual Ball. Tha Oddfellows have decided to hold their annual Bull on Monday, 23rd May. Single tickets, 5s ; double tickets. 7s 6d. — Advt.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Public Necessity. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

A Public Necessity. We would direct the attention rf the Road Snpeiintundcnttolliene-esisity of plac ing a Eigul-nsrd nt the junction of the Timor And Box Tree romls, notifying th« public that tbe latter is impsesablc for vebidc6 be. yond a certnin distance. Tbfc is required in tbe iutt-reelsof the travelling puhlic who arc unacquainted with the roads in question, and whilst not costing more than a few shil lings nt tbe outsidfi. vrouM be of immense benefit to the trare'ling public, ''he neces sity for such a signbonnl was most forcibly shown on Sniidiv last, wlien a large inoli of rattlu hound forMuswcllbrook. in charge of four or five drovers, who had with them a waggonette carryinu their rations and blan kets, took the Box Tree road end eftrr drap gine the wapponette to the tcp of the Rnznr back, found that it was impossible to grt the ve'icle down the otber side. At far us tbe cattle and horses were concerned things were till right, as thct could get down, nnd ramp on the reserv...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. FRIDAY, APRIL 22ND 1898. (Before Mr. R. SIMSON, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

Police Court. Fbidat, April 22nd 1898. (Before Mr. R. Simson, J.P.) John Lambert »»s charged with stealing in a dwelling, tbe property of John Beckett, 4 dresBis, 1 towel, 1 sbirt, aud 1 white pet tiooat, of the value of £1. Constable John Manning deposed : About 10 p.m. last night I was on duty in Mayne Street, and in consequence of information received proceeded to Adelaide Street, -where I saw accused ; he had in his possfB uiun but: articles enumerated in vne cnarge. which articles I produce ; conveyed accused to the Royal Hotel, where John Beckett, the licensee, claimed the articles bb his pro perty, and valued them at £1 : the articles wer? latt seen in the kitchen ; brought accused to the lock-up and charged him ?with stealing the articles enumerated, the property of John Beckett; he made do reply ; I pray that the accused may be re tnarded for three days for the production of further evidence. Bemandrd nntil Monday, 25th April. Accused was further charged with stealing in a ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Near. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

General Nesvs. The Spaniards declare that tbe war will continue for three years, and that they will fight to the last. The re is « general feeling in America that the war will be a short one, and that there will be but little bloodshed. Some Victorian settlers have purchased large blocks of land at Baan Baa, near Nar rabii, and intend to attempt to grow wheat in large quantities. A lad employed on a settlement lease at Baliooloe, near Moree, was lidit.g after stock, when his horse bolted, ran into a wire fence, and threw the buy, wlio was found aome hours afterwards with his leg brokeu. Two men. named Edw. Gibson, a horse breaker, and Dempsey, gardener on the Mul l»gah Estate, ne«r iiarro* (Vic.), were burnt to death in a cottage in which they were sleeping on Tuesday night. Dempsey went to sleep and left a candle burning near the wall. The charred remains of the men were Afterwards found. An extraordinary hanging affair is report td to have -cccured at Wonjgsngie (W.A.), a few days...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

For Asthmatical Coughs and Colds take Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, l/o and 2/6.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STICKING TO THE AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

STICKING TO THE AGREEMENT. ? Une'ttay an hotel proprietor, while in conversation with a labouring man, told him he wanted, a boy to assist his ostler. 'I've a boy.. I think would just suit you,' the man replied ; * but 4 want to .get him a place where he can earn hia own living, so what wages would beget?' ?Well,' replied the landlord, 'for a start, say nine 'shillings a week, beside what he oan pick ?: up.' (meaning all he could earn bv ' tins 'V. . ' All right, he shall come and make a start next week, if you're agreeable, sir,' replied the man. ' -. ' ? That wili do very well,' said theland lbrd ;'and so it was settled. :. Whenthe man got home, he told his son he iiad obtained a situation for him, and h&-was to receive nine shillings a ^eek, and all-he could pick up. 'itccordiugly the boy started on hia a^tieB the following Monday. -' Abojitri fortnight after, the landlord had the misfortune to lose a sovereign in the 'yard where the boy was at work. The boy picked it up,...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DECLINE OF THE GREAT TOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

THE DECLINE OF THE GREAT TOE. Occasionally some one who has been exploring the recondite side-paths of evolution announces that tbe time must arrive when mankind will be hairless or toothless, or will lose some other feature because advancing civilisation will make it superfluous. Clearly, the tail that primitive man is said to have had would be a humiliating impediment now. The vermiform ap pendix is a mere relic Iaserine -needless and dangerous, and the wisdom teeth have an apologetic way of coming late, as if half convinced that it would be well not to come at all. A writor in one of the magazines takes for his theme the downward evolution of the great toe and speaks regretfully of the loss of its grasp ing power. This member of the human frame is seldom a subject of thought. The person is best off, indeed, who is unconscious of its existence . But science looks with doubt upon the loss of its ancient ability to be a thumb to the rest of the foot. One consolation is admitted to r...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHIEF PRISON OF JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

THE CHIEF PRISON OF JAPAN. The biggest prison in Japan, aud one .. of the 'biggest in the world, is the great Tokio Penitentiary. It is situated in the ! heart of the city, in the middle, of the I Sumida river, on an island of 20 acres. : It ib within a stone's throw, nlmoat, of the busiest part of the great Japanese capital. JNear by is Aaakusa, with its gorgeous temples, its hundreds of peep-shows, and its ever-varying panorama of Japanese -pleasures. ,' Not far off is the famed Yoahlwara, with its 3,500 frail but fair Japanese maidenB, and . juet below it is Skuji, wliere. the missionaries and the foreigners live.- - .'' ?'? . ?-. : ? This prison is separated from all this hufnV-'pf life only by the Vide . waters of tfie ieep Sumida river,'.'and,-the only human voices that these' prisoners hear are tjjose of their officials. '. ;?; They dare not use rheicown,!nnd year in and year out they stand, TiiutaJus like, iir'the very inicist of aii thabthe. Japanese loves, with the waves o...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHAFFER XXXV:—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

THE CHElgalkfEit de MAISON !; ROUGE. GHAPtkRlgXXV.^-OoimmreD. ' j* glorious chajice ! a glorious rbance! Depend fully upon me.' 1 Now is .your tinie. No one is look ing. Open the barrack.'' ' It's done, -monsieur; 1 will' pray for you.' ' . ' ' It is not for me you' ought to pray. Adieu.' Anc the ' Citiien Theodore, after an eloquent look,, glided so adroitly under . the low' roSS--of the barrack, that he dii-appearedi'Jike,-; the fehadow Of the wai'er who closed the door. The worthy srribe drew the key from the toek, took some ]-apers finder his ' nrm. and went oir. of the vait ealoon'with the delightful thought' thai the stroke 'of five would ditperee' all' these rcgisteta like an ar rtar guard of idle bees. CHAPTER XXSVI. . the carizES tubodoee. The immense saloou was. iushrouded by. tbe- gray' rsn^ot .night,, oi-whicli the' wretched echoes .Jiaa learned to repeat thr severe words of . the. advocates and .the. suppliaut.jjueg; of .the pleaders. JTrom afai. iu, tho : 4^taucati.iu ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Love Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

Love Letters. Cupid, In the olden days, When his slaves were severed far, Comforted in many ways — Mutual gazing 'on a star— ' ' 'Thinking at th! appointed hour On each other's countless charms ; T?roafc!rig sixpences to dower 'Gainst inconstancy's alarms— ..Antiquated ways and past, X'- No* where Cupid lights his lamp,' ? See he locks 'his. fetters fast .'. With a penny postage stamp. ?-

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

I am opening up the whole of my purchases of Goods, which have been well bought, and marked at the Lowest Possible Margin on Cost, from which prices there will be no deviation, except for CASH, FOR WHICH I WILL ALLOW 5 PER CBUT. DISCOUNT. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, HAYDONTOK . ...,-??-?'?' - »?'? .* - jr

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Boast: from Dumas. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

''? '. . . A Boast: from Dnnias. !?-. A^exgadre rjiimss, the elder, ? wasi apt to '-be $oastful-.at'£ji'n*-s. Thus,,:nje««nccj ob&ery«Jl:^.a.n ,eyfcijlkj{r.;party, ''?I.aS.'vjSyR' keep a hiinared louis d'or at the disposal of my friends.' The very next morning a ' good f rii'nd' called to borrow these hundred pieces of gold : but Dumas, who was not to be caught napping, answered Tilth1 a smile, ' Ah, my, dear fellow, you didn't quite take in my meaning: To be- | sure, I always keep a hundred sJou!s at ?! ! my disposal for my frjends : but If J'' ' were to lend you the Vimount it would j no longer be at my disposal. Very sorry !' . . . ?

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

Murrurundi Common. mENDERS are incited for SUCKERING _L and KNOCKING OUT SEEDLINGS (not chopping out) in No. 3 Paddock of tha Murrurunili Common. Tenders close on 29th inst. With the tender must be deposited the sum of £1, as a guarantee of boua fides, which will be re tained if an accepted tender be not proceed ed with. J. W. BRODIE, Chairman of Trustees. The Grammar School, Scone. ESTABLISHED 1887. I T-0YS prepared for Civil Service, Junior JLP and Senior University Kxatniuations, and Matriculation. Separate cWa room for young or backward boys. Reduction in case of brothers, and for weekly boardea. Prospectus, etc., »n application to THE PRINCIPAL.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Breaking It Gently. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

Breaking It Gently. i ' Sure, and your husband wuz a mighty foine mon,' said Dennis Rafferly as he .sauntered into Mrs. Barlow's resi dence at Bitter Creek. ' ? I . ' My husband is a fine man,' replied i Mrs. 'Barlow, with a corrective accent on the verb. I , 'I'll bet ye a. dollar I'm roight.''. ftafferty persisted. ' Tersee, Bad-eyed Pete got the drop on him a whoile ago, an' now yer a widdy. I wuz sent to Jreak the news to yez; jist.'_

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

latest Cablegrams. Reptw'h Messaob. LONDON, Thphbdat. Tbe American and Spanish Ministers have left their respective posts. America has officially announced that she trill not resort to privateering. Great Britain is pressing Spain to make a a similar declaration. Tbe opening nt the Spanish Cortes was a brilliant ceremony. Queen Chris? iria said «tlA m.i.a MAt*fl#]Anf ittot. tha f7ni-f-AM UTAIll/4 Am. fend the Ppanieh throne, honor, and territory at whatever sucriBce. Id an eloquent pero ration the Queen exprres-'d supreme con fidence that tno nation would emerge from the war triumphant The speech was greet ed with tremendous applause, and the Queen *od the young King were accorded a won derful ovation. Kei_orts from Key West state that a fleet of t*enty -three f hips is awaiting the signal to proceed to Havana. Tbe Spanish fleet has sailed from Cape Verde. Its destination is unknowu. Six thousand Sioux Indians have volun teered to join tbe AmerictD forces.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Edison and His Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

Edison and His Work. Edison has always been known as a hard worker, but he has lately reduced his working hours. For merly ? he toiled regularly 130 hours a week, leaving him only thirty-eight hours a week for sleep. Now lie works, only from 7 In the morning till It at night. ' Are five- hours' sleep a day sufficient ?' an Interviewer recently asked him. ' Plenty,' the great in ventor replied. 'If a man is well. and in- ] terested In his work. He cannot do so ? much if his work bores him. Thousands ; of men play every day as long as I work, j It Is easy to work If your work Is play.' . In spiteV'of its ice and severecold, La brador possesses 900 species of flowering plants, 59 ferns, and over 250 species of mosses and Udfcens,

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

Latest Telegrams. Bsuseb's If bias b. SYDNEY, Friday. Federation and war news are occupying the noit of public attention now, to the ex cluiion of other matters. One hundn d sod thirty thousand copies of the Federatinn Bill have been dii-tributed. The Public Works Committee has agreed, by a majority of 12 to 1, on the exyed'enev of carrying out the Tweed River harbour Major and Mr*. Ferguson's fancy dress ball last night was an exceedingly pretty sight. The Governor and the Admiral were present. Her. Joseph Oram, one of t'e oldest We.leyan Ministers io the colony, and Mr. John Roscby, a prominent temperance advo cate, died lust night. The maize ruarktt is brisk, and the market is almost hare. Fire blocks of land close to the town of Gunnedob were applied for yesterday under the homestead selection regulations.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Conjuror's Tale of Hoe. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

;Ji Conjuror's Tale of Woe. 1 -5ftri Hertz; the illusionist, who is .mystifying rhe audiences in the Music Hall of Olympia, Xew York, was talk ing tlie other day of some Of the acci dents that sometimes spoil the art of the conjurer. ' It was in Nashville, Tenn.,'' be said, .' tiiat I experienced a real knock down blow. . 1 was. performing . tlic, well-known- trick of passing a uiaVii'iJ' coin into the centre of an uncut orangi'. At least, tliat'6 what 'a good many pe-»ple tUoujrlit I was doiug. I usiid ;i fUver dollar, aud ennpliasised rlio ,...',.. i.i'irk' -by juijjsiug the coja . into 'tin;. ' ? ??, poi-kec of some uby wiom I had ejitici!-l ..- .V ou to the stage. ? :?**?. .y 'I will, openly confess Umt the boy- , ?- ./v had to lie a: confederate. 4ind that tlv« marked 'doJIar had its fellow in oik' . t. jireviously jirepared .by me. Oue uiglil. ? . .: .. ? .is I ntisreuteriug tue tlioatre, 1 looked around for a likely youth to aid me in my double-dealing. I jrioked -a Ixiy. ,ui...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
My Experiences as "A Besieged Resident." [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 23 April 1898

My Experiences as ** A Besieged Resident,' ... , What always surprised, me wiile. I . was ha Paris in 1S70 .as. a- .''Besieged . - Uesiiieuf' was that. the Germans did .. nnt some night, carry the town by as i*attl-t. They . would have lost a cer tain miUlber of men from the fire, of the nearest forts, but they ^eould i-asily^-- - . «s it seemed to me, nave . re^a-cked th« -.-it-r' '-waWs. and then haA'e got- insld?.. o. Had -;they done this, the resistance -?' wouia not nave been great, ana they must have been successful. . The -sufferings from- want . -jf food - ' -. liave. Ueea a good deal ext;iggerated. Horseflesh; particularly the flesh.of. call ?horses. 3s not particrilS'i-ly 'tootiUome. ' . but It is as nourishiug ns oxflesh. the same may be said ot cats. dogs. -and rafs ; the last, in a ragout,' are ' ju'&t ?? '' as good as rabbit ; rather better, in deed, it. struck me. There wns. too, au luilimited store of wine.' The bread was had, but a soup made rif'tliis bread ...

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