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Preserve Your Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Preserve Your Eyes.' ? A well-luipwii 'octilis-t say's:. 'Don't read 'white you 'are' travelling, but if you 'yrtll ji'e'ad lef iif be l-ook« or news ji:iiiM¥ ' ^.i (Hi .the -largest type you can' Srt .hold of.. Refilling ljj.a railway cir .riage an 'motion ,jf) .il'so Junicii.. easier and less injurious jf .a Jaj'ge. i-a,fd or an' en velope oe .iie.M-jii.st nnder eaoh lij)ie you are reading, and moved down as each lino is read. ?., ?? -,-. 'The use, -of. tinted ivrjtiugrpaper is very ben^liaial. to ...-fche seres? b«it (ihe vol-omis --S06mi «nou4d /be-gj^ j-j. -np« I ra-K tint.- ol- bMsh' liifen^^'tefld^lr l)ii-\vn. pink, yellow; or .strongly ,yollowi.»'h gi-een shoufd be1' nvoiiiirl: Tiiase'' sv.ho. suffer in ii'ny'ivny l'rdii) .impaired vision and 'have much writing to' do should use the typewriter. T.he writer can lo:m: back j» a chair, and. aliange. from one position to aholiher withoiH ceasing work, and there fe iioiie of Uic'cramp dng effeels upon diffeientisels of muscles In...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Real Greenhorn. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

', A. Real Creeniiorn. It is seldom tdiat-a.-jiraotiica-l joke can be indulged ,in wUJiout bringing un pleasant, oonsenuensisanpon^ some' one Occasionally. ? Jiow«v«fi, ^one may be found wbich is bftlb'- -innocent aiid :i niusing, like the folio'wJng; narrated to the author of ??The'.Fafcon on the Bal tic.' The ihero of lite La,le was a cei1 tain ' terrible yreenlioirii' by Oie name 01 .11m, ou ..wiuom , swie : one or oilier was always jvlaying tl'fri'ck'i' One evening rtJi.e bjwge' was «ailing by Slieerness. anil *h-Lsk:pn.ei;. liapixm iug to look at the eflocfc saw it wanted a minute or so to' .9.^He remembered fchat at 9 o'clock a giin \vas always fii-ed a,t Sheeraesis ; so. higifx a niiseiiievous 'sort of ohap, he siue$,#t to *he;green ha.ud :— . . ,,.;/\ ' Hi ! Oiet;eK Jim, ?CQBji.Aoli deck j at once, and briugllhe fOffrUujrfc.-n-aBi. you-!' -.TiJm tumbled up. ?; ,!«:.- V.'- '/??., 1 ?' Sfo w, Wow- 'ithait-iirerer-iijg-hMji- 'for' your life K'- ??icrieci'iiheMciiii^i;'- *=?' , ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 25TH, 1898. (Before Messrs. C. F. JUCHAU, R. K. HORNE, and R. SIMSON, J's. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Police Court. Monday, April 25th, 189S. (Before Messrs. C. F. Jcchau, K. K. Hokue, and B. Simson, J's.P.) John I.ftmlert, on remand, was charged with stealing in a dwelling, the property of John Beckett, 4 dresses, 1 towel, 1 skirt, and 1 white petticoat, of the value nf £1. ConstaMe Manning, the evidence given by him on Saturday. 23rd instant having been read over, deposed : — Previous to arresting the accus d on the night of the 21st instant, I asked him how he became posse sed of the articles enumerated in the charge. whi,;h were then in his possession ; he said he pick ed them up on tbe road, and thought it was cali'-'o and would do for his camp ; accuted further said ' Yon are very quick ; I did not expect yon after me to-night, but I thought ton would be to-morrow;' the accu ed had been drink ng, but was not diunk at this time, aud when I first saw him he was making in a direct line for the rail way station. John Beckett deposed : Am licensee of the Royal Hotel, Mnrrurundi ; s...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Municipal Council. Tbe usual fortnightly meeting of the Mnr- J rnmndi Municipal Onn^il was held in the : Couuc.l Chamber on Friday eveuiiig, :!2nii instant.. when there were present Aldermen 0. F. Juchau (in the chair), G Pritehe't. J. W. Brodie, C. Stairs, J. A. Fi hbuiu, M «. Dnnuellan, and G. Dove. The miuutes of the previous tneet'lig ivere ! read and confirmed. CORKESPONDBNCE. The following correspondence was received on the motion of Alderman Firlibum, ee oonded by Alderman S taira : — The report of the Inspector of Nuisanc.4 for the past month. From J. Murray, Railway Estate Agent, returning ral* notice on cottage at Murru rncdi occupred by T. Donnelly, and stating that it beine railway property it is exempt from municipal taxation. Ordered tu otatd over until n-xt meeting. 1 From the Under Secretary for Roads, ac- ' koowltdging receipt: of tbe Council's com munication regarding tbe culwrt over Camp bell's Creek, and stating that it was not con sidered advisable to add anothe...

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 — 30 April 1898

Wood's Grant Peppermint Cure for (,'oiigho and Cc'.de never fail?, 1/0 and 2/6. For Afthrjutical Conghs and Colds take Wood's Great Peppermint Curt, 1/tj mid 2/6. Your Grocer keeps Wood's Great Pepper mint Cure f 01 Coogbiand Coldi, 1/6 and 2/8. ' For Bronchial Coughs tke Wuod'a Great Peppermht Care, 1/6 usd 2/6. For Consumptive Coughs take Wood'* Great Peppermint' Cure, . 1/6 and 2/6. ?'- For Children's , Hackiug Cough take WoadV Groat Peppermint Core, 1/6 Bird 2/6.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Chrysanthemum Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Chrysanthemum Show. We have been requested to correct 4 few errors which occurred in the list uf prij-.e winners at the recent Chrysanthemum Show, «hic!i appeared in our last Issue.' Tfie it ma in which the eriors occurred should read as-follows :— ? Class A, No. 8, Arranged baket of any flowers. No award. 1 entry. Class A, No. 17, Shower bouquet, any flowers. Prize, St. Miss J. C Evanp.' 1 entry. ? - ? Clnss B, No. 8, Sweets (lollies, toff-e, etc.), Prize, 5a. Miss Wilsou and fin. Stuart Hajdnn, equal, lat; Alice. Young &nd. 5 entries. ' ; Class D, No. 13, ^Section a, Blacked pair of boots. Ernie Priico and Harry Prince, equal. Each awarded a second p ite of Is. No first prise awarded. . ... Clasa F. No. 4, Knitting. Prize, 5s. Mrs. Stuart Haydou first and second prizes. 7 entries. ... ?Class F,- No. 9, Blacked pair of bonts. Prize, 5s. F. Button, 1 ; A. Newling, 2, 3 entries. Extra, prize, plate of cakes, Alice Duntar.

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 — 30 April 1898

A Good Recipe for Blushes. Countless recipes for blushes have been from time to time advertised and written about in the columns of the society papers, Bat perha[i the most satisfactory and health-giving of the lot is that wl.ijh wap recently use.1 most successfully by Miss Warne. of 68 Tivoli-road, Sonth Taira, Vic. Writing upon the ronttur. the editor of the Prakran telegraph, says : — ?? I went down to South Yarn one after noon ami I Raw Miss Wame, who, in answer to my question, said : 'Oh. yes. Dr. WilliatnB1 Pink Pills for Pale i'topla-' cured me. Don't I look cured ?' ?' VV-li,' I replied, 'yoadon't seem (o have mni'h the matter with you. You look the picture of health.' And I eyed the bio im on her cheeks like the down on n peach. She smiled. ' Well, three years ago I war eimply dying I had doctors Bin! doctors, as sll my hlooi was turning to renter, and I grew thinner and thinner every day. My friends at Heathcote were very anxiona about me.' ' You were suffering then,' 1 sa...

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An Important Point in Regard to Hospital By-laws. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

An Important Point in Regard to Hospital By-laws. Judging from.a case that is now occupy* ini; the attention of the committee of the Albert Memorial Hospital, Wollungong, the power of the country hospitals ti frame by laws and act thereon whilst in receipt of the Government subsidy is very questionable Recently one of tb« Vonorary medical offi cers of tbat institution recommended a natieut. in the person of a child of 18 months. cuff ring from diphtheria, for admission as an isolated case. This was refused, the rules of the institution fixing 4 years as tha minimum age of. any patient to be admitted. Thereupon Dr. Krr, the medical gentleman mentioned, r-'pflrte-i the matter to the Board of Health, which forwarded tbe p»pers to the Colonial Secretary. The hospital authorities were asked to explain on what grounds their refusal to admit the patient was made. In response to - communication submitting the by laws of the hospital, the Colonial Secretary stated that the Guveru meut Medica...

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 — 30 April 1898

Dentistry J. Beaibv Smith, D.D.S., from London and America, of 482 and 484 George Street, Sydney, tn*y be consulted Fkse at McNulti 's Hotel, Haydonton, monthly. Nut visit, Friday, 6th May, till 1 p.m. Pain less Extractions guaranteed at 7s 6 1 Flatter ing testimonials have been given by many of the principal Squatters and Resident* of the district, certifying to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work. Charges strictly modi rate. At my Sydney rooms I have a staff of Four Dentists, where a great redaction is made on ordinary pi ices. — Advt

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The Tick Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

The Tick Plaeue. Considerable coasternatiou has been caused by the announcement that ticks have been found in Brisbane. Mobi of rattle cams from Burduberg recently to one of the lead ing butchers in Bishane, and the Chief Insmctnr of Stock and the Government Bac teriologist found on tbeir bides young tick* not 14 rlaya old, and de*d ticks on tbe salted hides. In consequence of this, the Cabinet has approved of tbe quarantine boundary being extended southward to a line from Bun daberg..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

In a recent ' Breach of Promise ' case the defendant obtained a verdict because he proved that the girl had always a cold in her ' dose,' »8 she expressed it Thus were two souls with but a tingle pocket-handkerchief, two hearts that beat as one. patted for ever, just for want of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, which is a certain remedy for ill coltis, coughs, or catarrhs. Tie a knot about tuis somewhere !— Advt.

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"The Federalist." [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

'The Federalist.' We have received tbe initial copy of The Federalist, a new psner published in futber ani-e-'f the cause of federation. It is ab'y cri i I ? -.1 by members of the Fudeial party, and a lurt'o nurcbir of copi.-s will be issoed wrtkly until the date of the poIKug, June 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Oddfellows' Annual Ball. - Th» Oddfellows have decided to hold their annnal Ball on Monday, 23rd May. Single lickeie, 5i ; doable tickets, 7s 6d.— Advt.

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Accidental. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

? , Accidental. . . An interesting story is. told of the Princess of Wales, who, seated oiie 'day iu her bos at a performance of couiic opera at a certain fashionable iheatre, 'by au accidental movement knocked iber bouquet off die ledge. It fell imo the orchestra beneath, and through some mistake on the part of the conduc tor it was amassed over nhe footlights to a, pretty young singer, who at ih.ir mo ment 'liad -the stage to Jierself, aud had just concluded her solo. 'Ahe latter, overcome at '.what idle thought a mark of Hoyal favour, cmt seyed to the Princes*:, and iilie audience loudly applauded .tflie gracious act. The delighted songstress, being the envy of all Oier companions on the stage, 'was clever enough to divide her lovely bou quet and give a blossom to eacli member of the company, retaining a rose aud the ribbons wiiitli which it was tied for (her self. The Wihole affair was purely acoiden tal, hut it was the means of bringing much iluippjnesti to a young and mi- ' kn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

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Railway Time Table. APRIL 3RD, 1898 MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Hallway Time Table. APRIL 3rd, 1893 MCRfctiRUNDI TO SYDNEY. The passenger train leaves Murrurundi at 1.21 p m. daily (Sunday excepted), arriving at Singleton S 44 p.m., Newcastle 6.37 p.m. and Sydney at 9.45 p.m. The mail train leans at 4.29 a.m. daily (Sunday e-xcepted) arriving at Singleton 6 33 ft.«n., Newcastle 8.6 a.m., and Sydney at 11.40 a.m. The fares to each of the principal stations en route are m under j — . . 1 SiogleB - KetnrM Holiday .; Station* ' ' ' ? '?: EtrtrsioiiJ ? 1 M: M ' *«*? «{? ^ «bV' ! '~ ad Mi d ?'*»'? d i « Blandfordl 'tOf 7 li 1Ui !'&i TarkviUr.. 3 8 2 6 8 6 3 8 4 10 8 4 ponne ... ?* 7 5 l| 7 0 4 8 6 8 4 2 Aberdeen.. 6 3 4 3. 9 » 6 68 6 5 9 JIoBwellbk 8 0 5 311 fl 8 0 10 3 7 0 Singleton.. 14 0 9 3210 14 018 6 12 8 W. Maitld. 19 9 13 3 29 6 19 9126 0 17 6 Hwb street 19 9 13 3 29920 026 3179 E.Maitl'd.fiO 0 13 030 020 326 9 18 0 Hamilton.. 23 3 15 6 34 9 23 3 29 9.19 9 Honeys'k'el23 6 15 6 35323 329 9|19 9 Newcastle ,23 !? 15 i 35 3 23 9 31 3 21 0 ...

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War. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

War. The long expected has at last hap pened, and war has been declared by Spain against the United States over the Cuban question. We in this country are more than usually interested in the outcome of hostili ties, inasmuch as fellow members of the Anglo-Saxon race are concerned in it. Opinions appear to differ widely both as to how. long the war will last, arcd what will be the out come. It needs no patriotic instincts to prompt the conviction that the primary result will mean eventual victory for the Americans. A young country, abounding in wealth and resources, with an enormous popul ation to draw iipon, should find no difficulty in vanquishing an old and decaying nation,. ' whose glory is wholly in its past, with but a limited supply of money and, comparatively speaking, a small, population. The - navies, as far as can be gathered, are about eifjual on both sides, but the . Spaniards have an advantage in the enormous coast Jine which their op- ! ponents offer for attack. The , ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

AC* Jtl IAir\CD-& Watches, Jewellery, '' ? IPnVllllKllQll SUver-plate. Cutlery. Sifc and «I7 QEORGK ST. (Opp. BoUnt, Station), SYDNEY. v^sRSESSSEn^Bfa^Si^Bhar^ a V^jffljjr+PIPaP^f «s£9^^BBBi^^^aSS33riB5i^aW. ^v ^ _^wB'sffi^i— i^T:^ -^55 Hand Baiahed, Full cajir«.-l EntrliA l-ever, £3 1O/- Btronpat, cfaeapMt, and b«t Unit keeper ever mads. Extra qnality, £4, £A 10/-, £5, £8, *7. £8. 3, 4, 6, 6 vcar»- gtirj-intee. Silver Hiintin- Kty ot Review, £Z £2 10.'- Short Wind Kp-1. ??-», 7/6 mil 12/6. Sujxiir.r quality, 2oy cuaranteed. GoK! !.«?«*, £4, £5, to £50. Dirrot AjtMiti for Rother ham'a Levers, W&ltbam'e, »:id tt's:erbnrr at SS pc. kea -ii«n olher 'hoUK*. I ' t \^ f tSv Solid Oold Chain, Single or Double 2/1C/ 8,W-.3/IO/-,*/-/-.*/ 0/- G/-/- iCc fcol.J Gold, B/io/l-.6/-;-,e;io/-,7/-A 8M-.I0/-/- I'urctiivtr, 10/-, I4'S, 16/-, 20/ Braulifully cna*ed. Any niuie or Id tial . . Uc. Solid Gold Bar. quits new, 7/6 Enn Slroni?, 10/- 15c. GoM Eir, IS/- 18c Gold Bar, 20/- Pure Si...

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Drawing-room Drama. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Drawing-room Drama. The following remarks may be prettily made hj' any member or members' of any delighted audience at the conclu sion- of any private theatricals :— ?- ' You must be very tired after all your exertions.' ' Well, to tell you the truth, 1 am,' replies Mr. Blobbs can didly, who has; by his own desire, play ed the chief character In each of. the three pieces. ' You must have acted very often, Mr. Noodle, you seem so much at ease upon the stage.' Mr. Noodle, who has made bis first entrance apparently through a. wall. Instead of a door, and has Invaria -ly found himself behind the person on the stage who was speaking to him, is, of course, delighted to' hear it. ' What a beautiful frock that was ! Where did you get It from?'-: ;Mfa. Skynandbone would have, pr^Ierrea a complimentary remark atJout her acting, but answers graciously, giving the name or her dressmaker. ' O, you did make us laugh so. w I was perfectly sure yo'u would hear me.' The 'distinguished .amateur; who ...

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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Comic Ciittings. Foot-guards.— Boots. ., '-, A particular friend — the one who In- ' sist's that you shall .repay his loans. ' He -.'She has such a sad fac£.' She: ? : 'I should, say ItA.would make, anyone - sad to liave such a. face.' Extract from a schoolboy's composi tion :—-' It was a'forest whercTtoie hand of man had n^ver- left its footprints.' The Sultanr--of Turkey .has hit upon a new punishmliH for. his refractory wive_s. They are to be condemned to ride the bicycle. ? .. ? , .-? He : ' Since your father won't give me your hand in marriage, there's no alternative but ? '.-She: ' Far me to give It you.' Maude : 'How did^you manage to keep your, licaii above'1 -water \ so .long?' Clara (w-lio came near being drowned) : ' 1 had 'in a new hat.' 'VI vy-?iit»to -twp '' receptions last night and lost luy. umbrella at the last.' '. It's a.- wonder you didq.'t lose, it at the first one.' .-' That's where I got It.' Mrs; Faste': 'Do* you like to see wo nien riding 'bicytiles, Alfred ...

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