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Statuary in Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Statuary in Churoh. ?? . . The Dean of Manchester . has been speaking very plainly to the small body' of narrow-minded individuals who have been expostulating against the use of statuary on the .cathedral over which he rules. There is no fear, lie says, In these days anybody falling down ? and worshipping graven imag-es;..; aud there fore he considered that everything beau tiful In Nature, whether it was in tlie' shape of a.man or a flower— whatever,. in fact, God had created— had 'a righlio its' place in tue creations of an architect.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Football Club. A meeting was held at Meehan's Club Hot»l on Tuesday evening, for the purpose of foiming n football club. After Gome dis cussion the club was declared formed, and office bearers and committee appointed. It was resolved tbat practice should commence at once.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

The Hospital Ball. A meeting in connection with the above was held on Tuesday lastnt the Hospital, when a large und influential Committee of Ladies was appointed to bngin setting mat ters in train. It was resol ved that the Hos pital snd Juvenile balls be licld townrda the close of June, upon dates mentioned, subject to the ftppronl of tbe whole Committee, several members of which were, prevented by Hie inclemency of the weotber from be ing present.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

You Don't - ? COant pftysic* malK more m«rk mere €ai lm morry less and Drink THE ONLY EEAL Schnapps Jftitt vow will find Life VvWft \ BUY - 5 WHOLE - ; J BOTTLES. 5 5 THE - j PUREST - 2 LIQUOR. I Queen's Birthday. Mh c.inn~c:ioa with the forihomlnii Qubin's Hirtlidiy the Rulwuy Uirpirtroent uileit^e- tii.i' li^li^Kytxcursiun ticket* will '?e issued fr )m all Gtitions to all (ftatione, commeociDg with the trains leu ing terminal ftatlma on Wednesday, IStli May, and thereafter by all trains until Tuesday, 24-h , M -y. available for return until Tuesday, 31st May, 1S9S, iuulusive. Charge of Assault. I At the Qniriudi Police Court last week Joseph Sauuilcrs, a snlector re-idin^ at Pial law.iy, was charged will) assaulting Robert Biggs, a boy 14 years of age. 'I he boy'fl evident was to the effect that he was ap prenticed to Saundere off the ship ISobraon. »nd had liecn with him about seven months. On the Thuieray previons -aund -rs fl figed I him with a stockwhip, (with the d uble of ; ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Latest Cablegrams. ReUTM's NfEBSigE. LONDON, Thchsdat. Genrral Mertitt sails for the PhilhpineB next week witb the first instalment of 15(K troops. Double exist as to the whereabouts of the Spanish Beet. The whole of Spain is now under martial law. Serious riot ine continues in Ifcalv. Milan is in darkness owing to a strike of the work men. The Italian railway system has been placed under military control. The editors of Eev- ral soisialixt papers have bren arrestrd. Germany has seDt four warships to Mauila to watch over German iuterests.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Dentistry. J. Bealev Smith, U.I'.S., from London and Aineiica, of 482 and 4S4 Georue Street, Sydney, may betousu;'*dF- KF.at McNul- 's Hot--L Haydonton, n-nn ? ly. K- x' visit, Friday, :irJ June, till 1 p.m. l'ain lets Extractions cuarantetd ai 7s 6 1 Flat' r. ing testimonials have b en given by mam of the piincipal Squatt-re ad '«-i-lrut o' the d^tr.ct. o rt.f- iou to the ek'lled and satinfactcry nature if my wo k. Churtie Btrictly mo' rat.;. At my ---Juey r ''iui. I have a staff of Four Deu'ists, -hcie a great rduction is ma' e on ordinary uiireo. — Advt St. Paul's, Murrurundi. We h.ive heeu requested to &ta: t.Htfo^ the n-xt two Sundays, dunni; tt e ah-euce f tbeKev. H. A. V oodd, who is taking a w. 11- : tamed ho iilay, the s rvic-s in c.Micctioii wiih St Paul's i hu ch of England, Munu rundi, will be con muted b-, -heKv. b'. . Beck, of 1st. Clenunta, Musman, near.^ijd ney. 'The young distase that mutt subdue at length, Grows with his growth and strengthens with his stre...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams. REUTER'S MESSAGE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Latest Telegrams. RkOTEB'S VlEfBAOB. SYDNEY, Fwday. The' Premier in tbe cnurce of n speech at Goulburn last night, sr.id that if the Consti tution Mill was rejected h' would at once open negotiations with a view to securing another federal compact. The report of the Finance Committee on the bill i« anxiously aw-cited. The e.s. Mnitland has now completely br»ken up. The drought in doinc terrible damage in the .Icrild^ric Mid Harden dintiicls. The Prcsbvtciiao Assembly has resolved to wbu upon the L'rcmier wttn a lequcet th«t the «|[e of conBent be raiterl. The Newcastle and Hunter River S.S. Co. have presented Mr. John Russell, who was instrumental in eavine so many lives at the wreck of the. 8.8. llaitliind, with a gold watch and chain. It is showery this morning, but the weather is clearing. ?- _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

rWcod'e Great Peppermint Cur* ftr Coughs and folds never Uilr, 1/6 and S/C. For Child rn's Hacking Cough take Wood1* Great Peppermint Core, 1'6 and 2/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

FOB SALE. THK PONY STALLTOK I BISHOP. : Any trial given ; op n for one week only ' Price £20. ] i TfclSHOP is by Young Tarn O'Shanter ( -D from an Imported Arab Mare, j Young Tarn 0 Shanter is by Old Tarn I O'Sbanter from an Imported Arab Mare. - For particulars apply to I C. T. JUCHAU, ; Mumirmdi. j ! OODFELLOWSJNNUAL BALL. A GRAND Plain & Fancy Dress Ball WILL BE HKLD IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HULL, PHJBBOPDI, mOHDflY. W 23, 1898. Double Ticket, 7s 6d ; Single 5a P. A. KENNEDY, Hon. Secretary. Impoundings. IMPOUNDED at Mnrrurundi, on_the 9th day of May, 1898, from Mabyn Vale, by Mr. VV. Long :— One light brown mare, star on forehead, and wh t« hind fetlock ; brands iu vi&ible, agad ; sum due at date of notice, 14s. If n-..t released, will be sold at this Pound at noon on Thursday, the 26th day ef May, 1898. ALSO on 'h« 1 1th day of May, 1898, from Paradise, l-y Mr. W. A. Wilson : - , One creamy t-elding, black mane and tail, one wall ere, two sb»es on front feet, branded ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

For Bronchial Coug'.,s tike Wood's Great Peppermiat Cure, 1/6 aod 2/6.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Return Thanks. MRS. F. IV. HAY desires to return he SIN'CURK THANKS to Dr. Uei.l, Mr. a-'d Mrs. Glivnop., and (h« Re.. J. Davidson, for their irreat kindness during Mr. Hay's severe illness ; and also .to all Friends for their many kind enquiries

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

For OonBumptive Coughs take- Wood's Great Pepuermint Cure, 1/6 aud 2/6. ?

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Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

^;Pitli and Point,; : In 1894 Germany exported 56,414 tons of .wire nails1 and 209,000 tons of. wire. Strawberries 'have J'been cultivated In England since* the-reign of Richard II. It is notl generally known that M?ts. ?Gladstone . is . an organist of no mean merit. ? ' * ' ? The .United States consumes more than BO percent of the tlnplates Exported by Great' Britain. -Nearly £1,000,000 worth of patent mPdlT dn'es are exported from the United King dom each year. . ? . ... Tialf-a-poun'd of fcroiled beefsteak twice a^-iay is tl\e best tonic for nervuus or run-do« n women. The chameleon, which is said to feed ? upon nothing but air, has of all animals ,the niniblest tongue. ? In many German factories the female workers ju-u forbidden to wear corsets during- working hours. 'Going to pot' Is a reminder of the days' when boiling to death was a legal punishment of ?parricides. ; . , .Lap')) men and women dress exactly alike— ^in ifuniCB, leather breeches, y--ilnklf(t slackuigSi and point...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

AGENTS FOR THIS NEWSPAPER* SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, fc LONDON. ? ? ^ ? i.|-V .-?' ? git:yyyiYy.Y.Yyy,Y^g.r.y.Yy.vy.vyv^v^^^ ? I i±±. ... . Ail ? ' '*' 'ii^'-i ' ? ? ? ? '\ *-:f' -?' ?''-?;? ..'? CNCE\ TVlWay^ 1 \ilstaj lOOk dt this! -^i^W V^w fof fw-iioHey. JL-iss^ OUR «3 PARCEL 18 REMARKABLE VALUE. Flit* C Q You can Obtain A HALF-CHEST (40-lbe.) of FINE NEW r.UI t3bO SEASON'S CHOICE TEA; 70-lb. bag of Company's No. 1 Sugar ; | and a Dinner Set of 60 piece*, conRuting of 1 dozen 10-inch plates, 1 dozen 6-inoh I plates, 1 dozen 0-inob plates, 2 12-inoh moat dishes, I 14-inoh meat dish, 1 lG-inoh meat dish, 1 sanoe bowl, 1 sauce tureen, cover, stand and ladle, S vegetable dishes, 1 doz. white and gold caps and saucers, 1 set three jugs (white and gold or fancy pattern). WONDERFUL VALUE.dS* ««&*OUR SURPRISE PARCEL. Cfir C O YeU ean Obtain 70-lb. bag of Company's No. 1 Sugar, a 20-lb. 1 UI dbaa tin of Full Flavoured New Season's Panyong Tea, 0-lb. Raisins, 6-lb. CuiTants, 1-lb. tin of...

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Railway Time Table. APRIL 3[?]D, 1898 MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Railway Time Table. I APRIL 3iu-, 1898 I MURRURUVDI TO SYDNEY. I The pasiiengfT train ]-are* Murrurundi at 1.21 pin Jaiiy f^imday -xcepieci), nrriving atSi^gMon 3 44 p.m., Newo-uitl. 6.37 |-.ra. and Sydmy at 9.45 p.ni The mail train leaves at 4.99 a.m. diily (Sunday ??xcepted) arriving at SiDgletoa 8 33 a.m., Newcastle 8.6 a m., and Sydney at 11.40 a.m. TV fare? to t n.-li of thu principal stations en route «??-? as wu'cr :— I Si-.t'.'6 ; ??U'lur.-.f i Hoi. 'lay dia'iir.e . Excursion - I lcj_ 2.;'_^c' ? 2c!-1 --U! 2ol' ;i|---. ti-i.r-i * 10 -V,V n;'r~.' '\-! « i:wu ... i SI! i'lV !_,& 3724 1' -kv;l ... 3 8 2 5 3 6 3 84 10 3 4 tan-. .. 4 7' 3 I ? 1 0 4 8; fi 3 4 2 AH..-.,i-.;ti . ?- :V 4 3 9- C -ij 8 n 59 MuBwpJlhk 8 0! 5 ?:?? II 9 -i o| 10 3 7 0 t'iiiif^tosi.. !4 'J; 9 321 014 0,13 6 12 0 W.'Maitid. 19 9.'l3 3-J9 KI9 9i26 0 17 l! HiabRire^tlfl 9:13 3'29 92(l o;«j 3 17 9 E. Maitl'd.jSO 0113 (» 30 620 3;26 9:18 0 Hamilton.. |23 8 '5 6 34 9 23 3i'.'1 9 !9 9 Uonvye'We'Zi 6 15 6 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Return Thanks. ' MR. CHARLES M0XHAM desires to Retain his SINCKRK THANKS to liie many kind friends for tbeir letters, per sonal sympathy, and floral t dilutee, in hie recent sad' bereavement. fjjttrnmmbi & -§uirmbi Eimts SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1898.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

! A CiAi EiWr^PB^Q W«h*M, Jewellery, - $km ^M||B^iyPEirfO| Silver-plate. Cutlery. SIS and «|7 CEORGE 8T. (Opp. BaUmy Station), SYDNEY. I Send for ~7 ilti^WmSfffr ''P*1™ SKIS' Hand finished, Full napped Gnglidi Lover, £3 10/- Strongest, cheapest, and best time treper ever made, r.xtn qualit.*, £4, £-» 10 -, £5, £8, £7 £8. 3. *. S. 0 .1 pirs1 t'lirantcB. 6i!y*t ll'mting Key or Keyless, £2, £2 10,'- Short -Vi:,.l Kcvlpj, 7/3 and l:/5. Suptrior quili'y, SO/ enanuiwed. C..1.1 Uvrni, £4. £5. to £20. Pints A;Clik for ivother hara'a Levers, Wulthun's, and ttaterbuiy at 25 p o. Ices than other homes. 8olid Gold Chain, Single or Double 2/iL/ 3/-/-,3/10/-,4/-/-,4/.0,- Hhh 15c. Eolid Cold, 5/IO/.6//,0;IO,,7// 8/-/-, 10;-/- fure tiivor, 10/-, 12/8, 15/-. 20/ & amy «jw& - Hrtutitallr chafed. Aur name or iu tial 9o. Solid Uold liar, quite' new, 7/8 EKIra Sironjr, 10/- 16c. (5old Car, IE/- 16o. Gold Bar, 20/- Pure Silver Bur, 3/8 g»- ? fig ISc Ooia l-nre I'ia mnnrl, 2 Rubies or Sapp...

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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON [?] M TALE OF THE REIGN OF TERROR. CHAPTER XLIV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

[?] ?WJK1.- -tjig.oflTn?0Jb._ CHAPTER XLIV. -Continued. ' Well, you can tell me to-morrow.' ' No, this evening; it must tie this even ing,' replied tbu same voice. '' Oh,'' muttered the key-bearer, '-what ie ubout to happen uow '.' It ie'Dixtner's voice.' '' :- Sinister und vilirutiug. tliif voice secin ed to borrow' eouietuiutr funereal from the far-off echoes of the irlooiur eorri tlor. .Uuchveue turned roiin.i. ' Well,' said tiilberf, ' il lie uislies it, I must git,' and he «lirwt'il his steps toward the door. The kev-bearer availed liim?eli of this moment, wkn the attention ui the two geudarnios wan thus occupied by this un foreseen circumstance. Jie rau toward tho window of thu. quean. ; '? Is it done?' «aul h.'. { ' 1 have inure- than half finished,1' said I this queau. : '? Oh, mou Dicb, mou Diou !' murmured he. ' make buste, make 'haste !' ' Well, Citiien Murdoch.' said Du :he»ne, ?' what baa become of jm; '.'' ' 'aero I am,' Waid thn key-bearer, re tnrnimj quickly to the w...

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To Kill Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

To Kill Time. , 't shoul-J,. have, r.erfred years ago,' observed a'*firlviug lnlsluwss man lately, ,,jf . I only knew iyayr to.. employ my * time ;. bnt|, as.^ 'ialtei; '*£-? f*'*'. I -MH uefftie'tiy fiure* Wiit. iiuless I had' iny, wiareliouse to yjisit and my lodjrers'to ?' ' pore over. fwiouW Jz3 uielanclmly uiad'I In kix moiii'liM.'^'N'o-v'lVshfUl tsy(-t'itoJr business ats Ions as I taan.'M'fttiljrHa^ liri'yc'U)£ja5;.^?KUfAi svttiug rusty.' ' This is by no means a sor.tjiry -.\iso. It is extremely difficult, a-ud v-a-y often Im possible, to break . off' the habite of a lifetime, and 'those wJici atteu'ipt it :ire SQuietiuiwi di'iven .to very queer moans of killing, time. People wlieu once . . thrown «utof niedr proper groove are wry apt To develop strange fcnenbi'icl rie,s. -A oase in ix-1nt occurred some twelve.yearB ,ojm. wlie-a the papers wi'hT'reniarkTiig 0lT't5ie queer wliiuis of Khe late Duke of Ponrland. It will be remembered that that nobleman had a mania for building un...

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Jim's Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898

Jim's I'liilosoplij. When tlie sun was blazin' and blistering .down . ?. ' He'd cross his legs an' say : ; ' 'Here's what I Jiold : If.Uie weather was cold We wouldn't be makin' hay.' ' When It rained three weeks, with never a stop, . ??:?.«- An1 folk, for the sun went wlshin', Then Jim 'u-J smile, ' Well, arter a while, ? ?' ? ? ' ' ? i That'll' be powerful 'lots- o' flshrn' !' ? 'When-- the engine jumpeflj.'^n' the- train , was -ditched, ? ? ?-.,?: .::?)??.?? An' Hie folk by the wreck surrovuidea, H? sajr^jgays be : ''If we'd;.J-e^n».at.sea. ? Weall«-'ii us mi^litj'a Ueenfdi'tuvnrJed!'.'. '? -?'' '? '?' '?' '?' ' -'? ? !)??- V f .?; --. ?? An' w-hfeniifhey 'told-hlmJie. Gouldn't.jljve, ? An' he'd die some tlmeor other, '.'.' Jim eaj's,. says . he : ; ' Well, I'm glad it's me, . ' ' . Per it might er been Molly or ftiother.'' . ' — 'Cafsell's Saturday Jotirnal.'

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