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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
Excruciating Neuralgia. Tried Everything Within Reach NO RELIEF. CLEMENTS TONIC SUCCESSFUL. Mr. James Curran, Hunter-Street West Maitland, New South Wales, writes on August 14th, 1896 :— I c-n hardly express the pleasure it gives me ts «nte a few lines io favor of Clemeuts Tonic. To any pei-aon similarly afflicted it is euffieiuut for me to say I was a sufferer from neural gia. I tried everything I eTer h- ard of with in the reach of my means, but nil without re lief, nntil my atteutioa was happily directed Io a testimonial retting forth what I now know to be the well-deserved virtues 'f Clements Todu. After the fir-t bottle I Mt relieved, and when I had Bniahed seven bottle*, my neuralgic psini had left me en tirely. — Yonra graetfully, JAMES CURRAN GREAT WEATHER FORECAST. Messrs. Wragg and Russell are nearly always at loggerheads about the weather, but both are agreed that we shall have a very severe, cold Winter, and that the Best Place to Buy Warm Flannels, Flannelettes, Blanket...
Not a Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
Not a Success. A certain family; were in extreme want of a footman, and eventually a young .countryman was selected out of a nuni 'uer of applicants. He was a -tfiost' friendly person, as willing as he ' was. free and easy ; but he knew iiothingtof life except that of a small Iarn*houfe£ One evening there was a large party -at'' Hit' house. His mistress strove to impress upon him that all he had to do was .to carry the cream and sugar round for 'tlie tea, to see that every one -had some: and to hold his tongue. He did his part gallantly, and made the circuit of the room ;-but, on reaching the door, a doubt struck him whether he had sup plied a group of. guests at tlie .farther end. . ? ' 'Quite forgetting all orders, he -raised himself on his toes; and shouted over the heads of the others : '' ' I say, how are ye off for sweet'nln' in that there corner ?' .
Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
Entertainment. A enne rt and entertainment nuder the auspices of tbe Mountain Rom Lodgn. I.O.G.T.. was held in the Oddfellows' Hail on Wednesday even ing. There was a v--ry fair attend ance of ibe public, . although the weather «as nut fnvnrabli-, as light rain coinineHced to foil shortly before the hour for om nine. The fiisi portion of the progrxmme consisted of a concert, of which the following is a re-uine1 : — Pianoforte solo. Mis. D. C. O'Neil.j ; xoug, 'We loved mid lived tog. thi-r,' Mr Busby ; recitation, ' Liughing anil grumbling,' Mr. R. A. Bond ; song, ' Remnnber me iv- move,' Miss M. Moore ; song, ' G'od company,' Mr. Meek; vocal duet. Mrs. Teys and Miss Tonkin ; song. ' The lust fiivwell,' Miss Wolff; comic sung, 'TfRchiug McFadden to dance,' Mr. W. Currie ; fong, '? Tl'e vi Mime blacksmith,' Mr. Met-k ; sung, ' A ini'Magr to the king,'1 Mr. Bushy ; comic duet, ' Very nu'(-icions,' Miss Tonkin aud Mr. F. Wolff; song, ?«? The diver,' Mr. Meek. We feel it would be out of...
That Festive Cuss. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
That Festive Vuss. — ? -' |° Artemus Ward, wlieii In London, gave 1 a children's party. One of John Bright's sons was- invited, and returned : home;. radiant. ' ' . ?....?: ' Oh, papa !' he explained on being asked whetiier he had enjoyed .himself, ' indeed I did-.--. And Mr. 'Bro'wfte =gave' me such a nice name for you, papa.' ' What was that ?' s ..... ? -'JVyJiy, h,e-askedinehowrthai^-a4; iSai ' feBtivecuss'me governor, was I1'
Spray. An Adventurous Irishman. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
Spray. - ^ -?_:- An Adventurous Irishman. ,Hr. James O'Kelly, rhe Parnellfte re-. presentative of Xorth Rbscommon, has had a more adventurous career . than any member of 'the House of Commons. Haying been educated at the Paris S.oi1 bonne, he entered the French .Army and saw something o£ the war of ISTu. Sunie years later he was war corre spond'ent to Cuba, aud then editor of the' ' New York Herald.' He took part in Hid A marion n panmaitrn 9_e*a.ifist Sit ting Bull, the great Sioux chief. Mr. O'Kelly found liis way to the Soudan Avlii-'ii war broke out there, and in ISSa made a determined but unsuccessful elluut tu interview tlie Malidi. He lias juMt turned 'flfry-.'..
An Eccentric Prince. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
:_. -. An Eccentric Prince. ? The' Sicilian Prince of Valguanera at tlie beginning. of this century (says a writer in tho 'Eyeuiug Standard') was a monomaniac of a rare description. He succeeded to one of the largest for tunes in Europe ;'hls habits were srudi vous and economical ; ho had no' children; but in spite of tliese/advantagets for saying money he eon-toaved to ruin him self.. The in-iflcejladj'.a .fancy .for gro tesque statues, jjvith^jvhieh he adorned the-jsjately mau.sioij.l-of, his forefatihers. ManT, deseriptidii's'orvthe plflce'^fe ex tant;, .tor it'. Waif'' '-'YenovWied ??? through K'iirop- ifi'R's^dayi--' .Bi-jdone- visit£*i it.-^jHid he'iiSfi lt»ft -iHj& pleasant^icture. . ApproacliJng by a Jijjile -ayenue,. one found tli« palace ^encircled l)y an 'army' o£. monsters.. 'TW absurdity of tie wreWh'ed ''finaginatiou which created them is- Hot*1' less astonishing than its wonderful fertility!' says Bry done. '?Some weif a gompbund of five or six aniuials jyhich...
Winter Ailments. AN[?] (BLOODLESSNESS). DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS A POSITIVE CURE. A CASE IN POINT. A VICTORIAN LADY'S RECOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
Winter Ailments. ANJ3MIV (BLOODLESSNESS). DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS A POSI. TIVK CURB. A OASE IN POINT. A VICTORIAN LADY'S RECOVERY. fFrom The Tarannoner Time*} The most devastating and beautydestroy ing complaint which females bnve to con tend with in Australia in undoubtedly anicmin. Blood lessnegs is a general aud terrible weakness which, bit bv bit. draws its victim into the grave. Climates and mode of living seem responsible for its ap pearance in these southern latitudes. Until of late years no adequate cure h d been found for it ; now, however. Dr. William's Pink Pills for Pale People are known throughout the world as the one great speci fic which invariably baffles this most dis tressing ailment. Mrs. Buwe, of North Ualdon. Victorin, thus graphically rebates the recovery of her daughter, Miss May. ' Up to two years »go,' says tbis lady, ' my daughter had been, strong and in good health, but she theu became thin and pallid in appearance. She constantly had a feeling of depress...
Women Actors of Men's Parts. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
-Women Actors, of Men's 1'arts. CIrcuuistauces /coiispUvad . to iliake OliarUHte Ohiirke.one of Me. most strik ing inijueriouatot's dt niiaie character, and one of the unhappiest creaturos of lief time. Her' -father, Ctolley' tjlbber, was iU^dviSed1 tnougJi to' give her a ib-ainiiig 'mm-e betirting- a' boy tJian a girl, \yihh' the fesult-ithat Jjl.'sifter yeare «lie eviiiceiTjjQi deli^ht;isiiVe ?In-pure'Iy tnaseuline ^mUseijieiits, 'T^'lf . liel-:life, either on tlie^Fage'dT oir.iwa'S'passediin male attire ;*nd asact^-e,?s,-.ninppet-4imw ?waui«ii.vv-alel»ld§' -;]ifl»irtwcv'*nd: wswtoi shV experieflt'^'iituch iicassitiude ef ?for- tune. ?'DO'l;inff'!Hie seasou-of-173S-a-l we find aier-a't' the' HiiyniarUt-f pla.\iiVg a round of maJte'oharac'tei-fe-i-Hoderigo. iu ' Othello,' among fhe aiumber. ,A lJde cade ?la:ter.sav\|-''hefivi)pearlnf as Ciptaln Plume at tlie' .same iuoiij&.^aifd making 'the tseeoud ' 'of a '''Jn'g ' line- of female Captain Ma(Jlioattfc ex'tend iug down 'hi-...
FEDERATION. (To the Editor of the Times) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
FEDERATION. i To the Editor of the Times) Sib,— It will, I thi k, be well worth while for us who are i-Uctors in country Dutr.cta to try and understand the character of the Opposition to the Commonwealth Bill, with a view to getting at tbe motives behind it. At the first glance it is quite apparent thtt fin opposition comes from members of Par liament, Sydney cummi-sion agents, and business men and wealth Sydney property owners. These people are finding money and sending men all over the country to mis represent every section of the Common wealth Bill, in the bopo that by exciting tbe prejudices aud tracing ou the ignorance of eoBmituti nal mutters of country people, they will be able to preveDt tbe creation of a United Australia. Onr first question is naturally why should they take all this trouble and spend all this money to prevent that wh ch in declaring them-etves Federal ists they admit aonH be good for Australia if it were accomplished ? The answer is easy : 1st. Tlie members...
Household Hints. Spots and Stains. How to Remove Dirt Grease With[?] Injuring the Fabric. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
Household Hints. Spots and Stains. ' ' . ?? — ? How to Remove Dirt'Gre.asc WitiifliU, Injuring ihe l^ain-ic- ' Questions ooucernmg- ^Ihe Various means of removing spots from cotton, linen, and other materials are- so fre quent thait a list of soiue uf tlie -Ijest methods of idealiug Wii'th ' these 'Wwu- i.s-heW wiOl be of service to every JiOtise keoper. Most stains can be easily re moved from ? underclothing, ' bed and 'ta'bleJJuen, so long .as tie material' is lin ''iujured. Vnih coloured goods,, whetihej; wool, cotton, or will;.- it is different. TTprp Aii^ir-i^ik wiH : defend . u.non tjio_ falbrie. Therefore In ? doubtful - caises, especially whurii the lna'teriaJ.ls costly, it is always better to send ^is-n* prafe's.-.. sional cleaner, before 'doing 'Still, further, nusirhief by' unsuccessful trials. ? Tlie dyes can betiwled on pieces of the jnate l'ial a't -the cleaning establWluneut. be fore the chemicals are used on the gar ment '? ' ?' ' - ?..;-?-:,. . Spots Whose OaUse'Js ...
School off Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
School off Arts. Xbe usual monthly meeting of tbe Committee of tbe Murrurnndi School of Arts was held in tlie ball of the in stitute of Tuesday evening, when there wore present Messrs. A. Busby (President, in tlie chair), 0- F. Jacban, B Simson, R. Stuart, T. M. Sims, W. S. Goard, and H, Stuart, Hon. Seore tary. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Tbe iollowiug correspondence was received on tbn motion of Mr. Simson, seconded by Mr. R. Stuart : — From tbe Government Printer, stating that lie had sent certain Gov ernment publications for the use of the institution. From Mr. B. Faskins, quoting pricee for repairing and tuning the piano, and soliciting tbe wotk. It wai wsolved tbat tlie letter be held over for consideration at next meeting. There being no other business, the meeting closed.
Local and General News. Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
Local and General News. Death. ! It is with sincire rtgiet that that .ve l.avc to announce the (lea h of Mj*. Uoxhum, wi'e i-f onr respected P-st and TVleirajJ) Master, . Mr. Charles Moxham, which Rid - vei t took . place early on Sutday morning Ins-. AI- . thoMgh Mrs. Moxham I'sd been in ill-health for eom- time past, it was not anticipated by ; her trienrts tnat tbe end was so near, me cause of death was phthisis, nu I the an- ! of the decessed, who was gr- atly r spicted | and esteemed by ail who knew tier, was only 35 years. Ihe funeral took pl-cein on- ! day, when the remains *.ere followed to their laft resting-ulace in the Haydontou Cemetery by a large number of friruns, : no'.ictable among whom were the members of the Odd'p.llows' Lodj;1 s. of «hich nrHer ! Mr. Moxham is a meiub r. Very £ nrra! and genuii.e sympathy is expre-ed for Mi. Moxlurn ml his five young children in their : sad beieavement.
The Advance off Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
The Advance off Agricul ture. In the generai advancement of the ? producing industries of the colony during the last decade nothing has been more remarkable than the enormous improvements that have been made in that branch embraced by farming. For many years noth ing seemed to go ahead but sheep raising, in that, year after year, when the seasons were good, the total number of bales of wool handled , ai me ciubt: ui eacn season excetraeu by a wholesome margin the number of the previous year. During this time the occupation of the farmer, though coming gradually into favor, was by no means making phenome nal, strides. The station owners then would, at most, grow enough green stuff to make hay for the winter. They never thought of - growing their own seed wheat, much less consider the advantage of grow ing grain Tor sale. Here and there a stray farmer was to be seen who, i on account of the distance from market, made but a poor living, so that no wonder the industry was in no favor wi...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND PUPILS ATTENDING CONVENT SCHOOLS. (To the Editor of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
CHURCH OF ENGLAND FUPILS AT TENDING CONVENT SCHOOLS. (To the Editor of the Times.) Sir, — I being the person alluded to in the letter signed ' A Dr/PRD Parbnt, ' feel bound in conscience to make a reply in order to exontmte innoctiit persons, 'The his ters,' from tbe stigma of attempted proscly tism, of which they are abr-olurely guil loan. I nhi- do not particularly wish to piss in the eyes of the public as a silly fly caught in tbe ucb 1 auy spider, and so make the follow i.-g eUtements as V- why I 1 ft the Church of Enclsn.1. I had not the slightest doubt about the Doctrines of that Church until three or four years ag ?, and then it wai a Church of England Minister who preached several sermons on tbe ' Doctrines of Purga ,tpry.' the ' Real Presence,' and *'Confes ti (?,' hat made me give the subject, of reli gion any conrHera ion. Aft r tb%t I began t ? study with greater interest the Book of Comm n Prayer, and read tbo liv.s of Calvin, Luther, Henry VlII, etc , also many works t...
In the Car. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
. In the Car. :' Take my eea/tj. madam,' said a man ?in. a .crowded aiate-strept dai: the i'ther morning, rising. ,-up as a lady ;eniei'ed. . While in the act of acceptfng the oner the car starleil 'suddenlj-, anil site.' tot tered as it about' to fall. ' 1 asked you , to sit down,' madam, nut to tail do.w4i,.'-. he said, -lit'Cing his -Itat. ? '1 -catch -on, . sir,',' she replied, 'promptly grasping a., strap.' -Straighteuing herself, up,, sJie' took the vacant seat with unruffled seli possjhssiai), and tlie silenoe.tliat fullowed was broken only-, by, the low, eott, ei iltfisitely; .modulated .voJce. of. the con dufc'tpi-:iasking;£o_r fares. . '? - -??
A Fat Traviata. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
??'' ;i*\- ; '' ;i'.Fat'TraYiata. ?-:;'»--. .:- Ohnistine Nilsson ana Aaellfta : yaxir, ^tiofli. oC theiii world-famous as queens .ol teong,5 wire bora iu tae same year ; and . when ? the former was -dlscpvered^.by. Mdlle. Valerius, - who took her as a -p6a- .tsant cMld and cultivated 'her itilerits; Jenny Lind svas In the zenith1' of her success. ' Nilssoh met with an.enthur SiastlC (jeuUL u,\. aiuumiuiJU, aim iiicui^ weui to l?aris. But in the French fcapi lal slie railed In Verdi's then new opera, 'La Traviata.' A curious reanon was assigned..' She was supposed to imper sonate a girl dying o£ consumption, and her tiuxoni -and robust . appearance struck tins -risible faculties o£ the Parle iaiis, who greeted with loud laughter the words Of' the doctor in the death scene ; 'She is fading awayi'
Unintentional Satire. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 14 May 1898
Unintentional Satire. ? One may well ask if the satire in the following .specimens of epitaphs were intentional : — Maria Brown, wife o£ Timothy' Brown, aged 80 /ears.'1' She lived with her hus band fifty years, and died in the couti, deiitial hope 'of a better life. ..v. -i--.-. Here lies 'Bernard L»ighi!;oot--:WlK- was. accld'cntally, killed in the forty-fifth y£ar' u£ his age. This monument was erected by his grateful family.