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Rain-makers [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

^..:..';Ba«tfaJffll:iiier^;: ; / Mr. -Joseph Cjjpini&ra; ?-$-' jsrofossips ! to possess |H&;'lin.eatj^ ?gfj^paiiclug, 'raJn ' ;iit wilj;|ja«ii.li£^)(i' i$$c -A ^nj». .?sej5U.on.-'.:TI«^li,-l po,&xq. y^i«^»i&jt 4 nd. proniiaed.J^iii^nj^rgiFeiiedjy-.^viljbin .1 , given ?ai-ea;tfto(56SB»naji,ug!.- weut wrong wibb hiis «vloula.t)iousi vis- HieMaiii. iWd ; not put -in an- appearance ittien.-nor^for a Jong, time- .-af tor. ' fMr. OolKn-son, -how- ever, -3s not aiisioiis-to Jutorfere ;with Hie droiiglht 'in England 011 the pre sent occasion. He ptefem .leaving 'that ' ito Nature. It is tine droiigJil-'in South I Af.rica whiich Js troTiijlin^^him, ,aud his' suggestion is thaif'.Sjfu.. -5fV:jiul-erlatn, as Colonial . Secretary;^' sboi'ii'd make the rute of Croat BrJtiiiii dn that part of fOie world doubly acceptable to itJie na tive races by seudiiigihiliere a number of I'aiu-jnakers. Before. Africa wns en: (lowed '.wiiHi European civilj^ation it. was ?'.' pro...

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. DIAMOND'S CLEARING-OUT SALE. CLEARING-OUT SALE. GOODS STILL FURTHER REDUCED. THE LAST TWO WEEKS! ? THE LAST TWO WEEKS! Everything Must be Sold to enable me to leave the district by the 15th May. Any Reasonable Offer will be accepted. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BE.A.Tr3303!a'Ts?*OJXr. An Auction Sale off Furniture and Household Effects will be held on the 12th May.

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

Tbe {nnmsr School, Scow. ESTABLISHED 1887. BOYS prepared for Civil Sen-ice, Junior and Senior University Examinations, and Matriculation. Separate cln»s room for young or backward boys. Reduction in case of brothers, and for weekly boarders. Prospectus, etc., en application to THK PRINCIPAL. A SHYER WATCH FREE. WHAT WORDS AM THESE? O«R w» T* H ? 8 K«»P P* WT»A* TUB' Wk win FRHBt fe- Btctt Penan SOLVING tbi -bm Fault, m «f oar ttpfeitdi* Kcjlw Hantar SILVER WATCHES. IADT'S or GEOTS. baTing ?OLID SILVER Ci6ra. Jewelled Morannt*, ana are lUIiable nniakoepas lilt FHea, M-7 C«nd vaar Muwer at «im, vitb a etamiied arldrcw «4 enTtfepe, to know if jou have won the VllIZE. It m, tut van pwrhaai one tt our fOLII) t-ILVEJt CHAIKg to wmr with tbe PB1ZK WATCH, tkey win to oat, «anrely paokot, Ira* by nftitend pott. JUdnav-THE MAKAGKR, THE GLOBE WATCH COMPANY, LTD., -101 Vm BTBBET. KIDNEY. GRASP DISPLAY Iff WTO BBAPEBY. I am opening up the whole of my purchases of Goods, which have been well boug...

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

Thanks. mHE COMMITTEE of the AUTUMN X CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW desire to tender their VERY HEART* THANKS to all friends and helpers who worked so earnestly and unitedlv to secure the success ful results that have been achieved. R. KENSEY HORNE, Hon. Secretary.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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THE WAR. America and Spain. LONDON, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

THE WAR. America and Spain. Rkotbb'b Message. London, April 22. Before General Woodford presented the ultimatum of tne United States to (he Government at Madrid, Spain had notified the cessation of relations. It was considered by tbe American Government thst by this action war was instituted. The American Squadron has commenced the war by the oooture of a Spanish lumber ship near Key West. ' One thousand mules which were at N«w Orleans, intended for shipment to Cobs, have been seised by the United StateB as contraband of. war. There is extraordinary enthusiasm over the war in Spain. It is expected that the National Fund will amount to £30,000,000. President McKinley has issued ? proclam ation declaring that a blockade has been In stituted on the north coast of Cuba, aud also at C'ienfuegss, on Uie south cosst. London, April 23. Immense supplies are being collected at Havana, sufficient to provision the city for six months. The Hey West squadron, consisting of two battleships, four c...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Messrs. McGowen and O'Reilly's Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Messrs. McGowen and O'Reilly's Meeting. Messrs. McGowen and O'Reilly addressed a large and representative meeting in tbe School of Arts on Thursday evening, under the auspices of the Anti-Convention B II League, in opposition to thn Federation Bill. In the absence of the May.T, Mr R. Sim eon occupied the chair, and briefly intro duced the speakers, who were 11-tened to with attention by all with the exc- ption of one individual, who was Dnfortonutely under tbe influence of -Milk, and who had even tually to be forrihly ejected from the hall, owing to bis continuous intemip'ion of the speakers mid annoyance to the audience. Mr. O'Reilly was the first to address the meeting. He said it had nlifaje b»-tn bis policy not to impire unw rthy motives to auyore who might differ from him with re gard to the Bill, and he wat wit going to do so that night. His time was ton short t.i »Uow him to t»(i into all the details, but he would touch lightly on what he considered tne raoBt material oiots o...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Federation. Mr. Dugald Thomson's Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Federation. Mr. Dugald Thomson's Meet ing. Mr. Dagald Thornton,' M.L.A., delivered an address in the school of Arts, Mnrru rundi under the aa*pic»s of the N.S. W. FrJeral A siciatinn, on Tuesday evening, in favor of the Federal Constitution Bill. The chair was oc mpicd by His Worship the Mayor (Dr. Rufus Belli, wlio in a few brief remarks introduced the speaker. Mr. Thornton, who was received with ap plause, Enid that it wus originally intended by the association that Sir Joseph Abbott ?honld speak at IWurru-undi in favor of the the bill, and he (the speaker) muoh regretted that illness had prevented Sir Joseph Abbott addressing his old townsmen. He (.the speaker) was not there that night as a mem ber of Parliam»nt, but simply as a citizen or New South Wales, and he was there to try and explain the provisions of the bill, and to meet and combat the various arguments that had been raised against it. He was not in favor of every provision in the bill, there were some that he would, li...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY FAT STOCK SALES. MONDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

SYDNEY FAT STOCK SALES. Mondav's Market. Sheep.— 29,895 were yarded, the quality generally being fair to gond, with a few lots of prime wethers. The market opened to the usual attetidanceof buyers, and late rates were maintained for tbe better classes, while medium and inferior sorts were easier. -The Sydney Meat Company operated freely throughout, preventing any rery definite alteration. Lambs were fairly represented, and showed little alteration. Best crossbred wethers to 10s ; medium to 8a tid ; prime merino wethers to it 6d ; good 7s to 7s 6d ; medium to 6s; prime crossbred ewes to 10s 7d ; good 7s to 8s ; medium 6s 6d ; prime merino ewes 7s 3i, extra 8s 9d ; good 6s to 6s ; medium 4s 6d ; prime IambB 8s 6d ; gco 1 Cs to 7«. Cattle. — IS63 were yarded, comprising about 900 from tbe north. 180 from the west, 160 from the south, and 270 from Queens* Und, the quality generally being medium, prime sorts being scarce, a larger proportion of young cattle end sheers being forward than ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MA[?]CLAKD STOCK SALES. MONDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

MAIl'LAND STOCK SALES. Mondays Market. There was a full attendance of bujers. Of fat cattle there was an extra large supply forward. Competition was fairly brisk, bnt the market was easier. Best bullocks made £4 Us to £5 2s; good £4 4i to £4 10., ; medium CA (I- to £3 18s ; light and nf.-rii* *2 to £3 6* 6d. Cows: Beit made £5 to £6 ; good £4 2* to Hi lUs ; f a r «3 9s 6J to £3 12s ; others from £2 10s. . Fat calves, a fairly large supply forward. Prime vealers realised satisfactory price*. Tiie demand for inferior qinlity was dull. Prime made 35k to 40s j good 2-s Sd to 32s; fair 17s 6rt to 21s : otlierB from 4s fid to 12s 6d Of shnej) there was an unusually larp» supply penned. Kales were fairly brisk, ai-d values were better than was anticipated. Ex ra prime crossbred wet icrs made 12s 3d ; prime 9s Id to 9s lid ; goo I 7s lOd to 8s 54 ; ewes, extra prime 10s lOd 'o lls ; good 8s to 9a ; merino wethers, beat 8s Id to 8s 4d ; good 6s 8d to 7s 6d ; e.w. s 6s lid to 7s 9d ; others f...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Market News. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Market News. SYDNEV PRODUCE1 MARKET. , Wheat.— N.S.W., inferior new 3s 6d to ' 3s 1OA, prime new 4s Id to 4s 2}d. Cbickwheat.— 2s 9d to 3s Od, screenings ' -2s 2d to 2s 6d. / Flour.— Best, firm at £11. i Barley.— Cape, 2s 9d to 3s Id. Bran, lOd ; pollard, 101d to lid. ( Chaff.— N.S.W. medium from £3 10s; choice, £4 7s 6d to £4 10s ; imported ' medium from £3 15b-; best £4 5s to £4 7s Gd. Oateu Hay. -Prime rack, £4 5s to £4 I2s 6d ; medium from £3 15s ; chaffing £3 5s to r-l 19a RA Lucerne Hay. —Hunter River prime new, £3 5s ; small bales, £3 10s to £3 I5p. Straw. -New South Wales bundle, £2 to £2 5s ; derrick £2 to £2 Us ; imported cler r,ck, £2 to £2 Ss 6d. Oats.— Prime N. S. Wales feed 2s 6d, pood 28 5d, medium 2s 4d ; Tartarian seed, 2s 7d. Maize.— Good 2s 6d. Potatoes- N.S. W., £4 17s fid to £5 17s 6d ; imported Tasmanian Circulars, £6 ; New Zealand £5 to £5 5s. Onions. —New Zealand, best £7 10s to £7 ITs 6d ; VicturUn, £6 7s 6d to £6 10s. Cheese.— Prime lorge, 4d to 4Jd : loaf,...

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

bur Sydney Letter. [From our Sydney Contributor.] Federation still monopolises the attention of everyone in Sydney ; it will be a go. d thing when the question is settled. Mr. Barton's meeting at the Town Hall was almost all that the pro-Federalist* could desire. He was associated with Messrs. Wire, O'Connor, and See, all qt 'horn spoke. The Mall was packed, and with the exception of a few noiiy individuals, en thusiastic aud unanimous. Much of the time, however, is now taken op by speakers on either side in criticising ths personality of their opponents. Thi» bad babit first made its objectionable pre sence felt at Mr. Want's meeting, a-d even Mr. Barton wasted a few minutes of his own valnable time in indulging in such irrelevant matters. Hope is still held out that the Georse street Electric Tramway will be completed by tbe rnd of the year. Work has been commenced but tbero is some delay in ob taining supplies from the United States, owing to faulty shipping arrangements. The war...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. A TALE OF THE REIGN OF TERROR CHAPTER XXXVIII,—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

?Wmm [?] ! CHAPTER XSXVUJ.t^-Ooktindid. ? : -I ol this tragedy, and in -the. meantime^ ? Fouquier Tlnvillo, that fatal accuser, hod resolved not to neglect the new mode of accusation which Siinou had promised tp place in hit) hands. The day |4lo.* he anfl Simon Bad me*,- in the Salic' des Paa-Perdus, the nbte'ot'nTmit - Btill continued to startle the prisoners, who remained in the temule. These1 prisoners were Mme. Elimjicth Rovale, ! and the child, who, after having' Veil ?* called ' Your ninjeety,' from his -rfvuilej* s wan now' styled ? the ' tittle C«|wt.V ? .4 General irrTiriot^wftlThis tri--fl-1oirid: ' plume, his 6pTen-fra horse. . tad ' -4aFir&_ : sword, followed by «eir-«rs(t-«Jf--.-tiK!.--Na*fl - tionBi'^fclrd,-siiiWinfinii-od5;-aU(Ki»ut^«(4d, - the rf«n^ou-MiH!M:jtJie5j»jji^-cJiiid,Jaai-. ?'. gushed. .*4}y-ftbf-cci]Cia))ft sl.de \jufed ' a iH!rfistraj--.«I;^Arvj '.SpiwwwKSsilfi', '? apns;!imiic-V5cacrjinK V- \\Titrn(^dei^ a';; :. large roll of paper, ana' waving i...

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Railway Refreshment Rooms [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Railway Refreshment Rooms Owing to the unfortunate and persistent ill-health of Mr. F. Hay, the la«e manager of the Balway Refreshment Booms at Murru nmdi, that gentleman h»B been compelled to nt-re, and the basinets ha« been placed by the Lessee (Mr. Harry Smith) under the management of Mr. P. P. Lung, of and from Sydney, who took charge a few days since. - Juduing liy appearances, Mr. Long has, with : an aptitude bom of experience, made several I little improvements in the bar and he has our best withes for his success.

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WHERE COCOANUTS COME FROM. AND HOW THEY CROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

pERE GOGOARDTS ClME;?te '~ ... AND p THETDROW. ^ . Altlioiigh tho true and orifiinal. home *-f tli0 enpoanub is 'India and the SoutK 4 ?/.,''. \ Sea Islands,' it has become bo Widely ' . ?'. .:' '.',' diffused ..by the hand of man and the . . ... .-.'. waves of the ocean that it is now a pedminent feature in almost every tfopi- \ cal portion of the globe, covering between . ? 3,000.000 and 4,000,000 acres, with ita . ; - .' . .; beaiilifnl palniB, iind numbering about 250,000,000 (roes, yielding annually. . ; ' 10,000,000,000 of cocoanuU. A recent approximate estimate of the a rea cultivated with the oacoanut .palni ftave the following result : — British India and 'dependencies; 300^00 ; . Centrnl- ,'.: America,: 250,000; Ceylon, 300,000; lEnBterri Archipelago and Colonies, 350,000 ; Java and Sumatra', 220;000 ; Mauritius, Maflagascar, Seychelles, and A'fj ican coast, 100,000 ; PaeiliO: /slsnds, .. . , , including Fiji',' New' Caledonia &c.v ? -'?« '350,000; -Siam ' and Coch...

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

Latest Cablegrams. RimrK'a Messase. LONDON, THrMBAY. Three American warships have bombard «d M«tania»,, doing considerable damage, tint the American ships were not touched. Three of the American cruisr rs bombard ed the forts »t the mouth of Havana harbor. Altogether 300 ehois were fired. The earth writs were demolished, the guns dis mantled, and several of the garrison killed. The blockaden kept oat of range and Were untouched. According to the New York Herald Havana is to be attacked by the land and *ga fori-ea on Saturday. The Spaniards bare succeeded in eluding the rigilnuoe of the American cruisers, and bare tended 1000 troops at Cienfuengas.

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

Federal Referendum. The Potllnc Regulation*. The regulations in connection with the miumisson of the Convention Bill to the electors on June 3, state that the poll will be taken from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Voters de «iruus of voting outside their own districts tnnBt obtain a certificate of enrolment from the registrar of euch distiict before polling day. and when obtaining the certificate must produce or forward their rights. The voting it to be carried out in the usual form. Those against the bill must strike out '? Yes ' on the ballot-paper, and those in favor ' No.' In rrder that the result* of the poll may be obtained as quickly as possible, the deputy at «ach booth will be required to wire the re sult of his poll to Mr. Critchett Walker, C.M.O., who is returning-officer for the colony.

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The Dudley Disaster Inquest. The Verdict. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

The Dudley Disaster Inquest. The Verdict. The inquest «-rvf-rhiK the deaths of Thomas Dorritly and John Benson, two of the fifteen victims of the Dudley Colliery explosion on March 21 last, was concluded late on Wed nesday night, The coroner, in Bumming up. submitted a series of questions to the Jury, nho after nearly seven hours'' deliberation, returned with the following answers : The Jury finds that in each case Tboa. DerrHty aDd Jno. Benson met their dea'hs in tie Dudley Colliery on March 21, 1898. That the deaihs of the above-named -rere caused by carbon monoxide poisoning, following nn explorion of gns at the above colliery. We vonsider the natural ventilation insufficient ?nil unreliable-; we iileo consider that the ait;ficnl ventilation of the Dudley Mine whb -]uite sufficient to ventilate the said mine provided that the air courees were in ?thorough order aivd bratticing was carried up to each working fase. We consider that suf ficient examination was exercised for the ' sa...

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Church Services. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 30 April 1898

Church Services. Church of England. . Third Sunday after Easter, May ]. S, Paul's. Mcrrcrdndi. , Divine Service 11 a.m. (h.c), and 7 p.m. S. Lckb'-j, Rlakdfoud. Divine Service 3 p.m. H, A, VVOODD, B.A., Rector.

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

Quirindi. [fbom ode coreespondent.] Dr. Kivis Mead has left Quirindi fora holiday trip extending over about three months. During his absence Dr. Gray will act tor him. It is reported that ifr. G. Smith, of Tarn worth, iutends starting a tannery iu Quirin di, and that he haB purchased about two acres 01 land on which to ertct his ula it. The annual meeting of the paristiioucn of St. Alban's Church was held on Wednesday last, the Rev. W. H. Kemmis presiding. The balance sheet showed a credit iialaace ot over £79, which was considered very satis factory, and the sum of ten guineas was voted t-- the Vicar as an Easter offering. Messrs. Allnutt, Doyle, and Dawson were elected churchwardens for the ensuing year. - A meeting of the committee of the pro posed Cottage Hospital was held in the Council Chambers on Thursday evening, the Rev. W. H. Kemmis being in the chair. It was resolved. to thoroughly canvass the town and district for sub'criptiong, also that a circular be printed and sent t...

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

Presbyterian. Services will be held as under :-— 1st May— Quirindi, 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Castlcmountain, 3 p.m. Sth May— Murruruodi, 11 am. and 7 p.m. Rev. JAMES DAVTOSON. Registered to Celebrate Marriages and - Baptisms.

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