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Homestead Selection Area No. 456. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
Homestead Selection Area fto. 456. The undermentioned blocks of land have been set apart for Home tead Selectious, and will be available for such selection on and after 23rd June next, subject to the general provisions of the Crown Lanta Acts, and to the following special condition : — Power will be reserved to resume without compensation (except for any improvements effected on the land ivBumed) by giving not loss than three months' DOticu in writing, any purts of tbe blocks which may be re quirea lor railway purposes. Land District of Gunnedak. Partly in lieu of Water Reserve No. 2 and those parts of Reserves Nob. 1,677, 2,358, and 2,359, revoked 23rd April. 1898: Portion 1 13, county of Busldand, parish O' Wallala, containing an area of 400 acreB ; 18 miles from Quirindi, and 8 miles from Bretzi ; anuual rent, £12 IQs ; survey fee, £6 11s 3d ; estimated value of improvements (54 i chains 7-ivirc fenc ), £23 17s. There is no uitur.il water ; access has been prowl ed to Mo ki River...
THE WAR. America and Spain. LONDON, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
THE WAR. Amerisa and Spain. RKUTES's MlWSAGES. LONDON, May 15. ticpoitB have i cached H usliiugton to the effect t'uut the .?Sjia.ieii squa.lrou, under Acluiir.il Cervera-, in in the Caribbean Sea, uUil is stea:niu:i lit (nil speed iu a westerly direction, boiiml, it is believed, for Cuba. Tlie American squadron, under Com modore Kamucou, hue reached Puerto Plata, on the noi thorn coast of Sim Domingo. The Spauiah squadron, under Admiral Cerf eras, is at the lelaud of Curajoa, off the London, May 16. The United Stntc« cruiser Wilmingbm, 1302 tone, -ight guus, made an attack on Curdeaue, one of the blockaded ports on the nortti coaot of Cuba, and eucceedtd in Bil encng the shore batteries Three hundred Spai iards were killid. Two Aimricao wnr corres-p--ndente have been captured by the Spauiatds at Cardenas, the blockaded p»rt on the northern coast of Cuba. It is ft are! thut they wi'l bo ebotas spiis. The authorities at Washington arc trying tj cxc'iinn^e two Spnnieh offiecrs, taken ...
MAINLAND STOCK SALES. MONDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
MAIl'LAND SIOCK SALES. Mondays Maukec. F»t Cattle— Fnirly lr.rg.- 6upv'y forward consistipg chiefly of cons Hivl minium bul locks. Comiictiii'in was partieuhrly brisk throughout and values shuwed on Bdv«nne on late rates. Best b'lllocks male £6 to £ti 15k ; poud £6 3s to £S 10* ; mtdium £1 4s to £1 18s ; light £3 fig t.. £3 12s6d ; mferior £2 6s to £2 16s ; cows, b-st £i to £4 9s j cood £3 6s to £3 las : others £2 74 tu £3. Fat Calves — In fuir supply, tha demand being nctive, nnd values fiim. Prime ve-lcrs made 40s to 45e 6d j good 29s 6d ta 3Gs Gd ; m.'iii'jm 20s to 25fl ; ntl ers fr.iin 12s Gil. F-t Sh-i ii— F«lrly laiee supp.y fiejneil. The demand was brisk, and late values were well maintained. Best crossbred wethers mf-.de 8s ; cwee. best 8s tn 8s 10(1 ; merino wetbers best 8s Id to 9s : good 7s 3d to 7s 61 ; light 4s 7il tu 5s 9d ; t«- e 6s :o 6s 8it : laml-s. best, Ks6d to 8s lid ; £O..d 7s 31 to tn 7s 9d. Fat and Store Pigs — Large Gupply forward consisting cliiufly of prim...
Market News. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
Market News. SYDNEY PROUUCfc; 1KARKET. Wheat.— N.S.W. , inferior new 3s 9d to 4s 3d, prime new 4s 8d to 4s 9d. Chickwheat.— 3s 3d to 3s Bd, screenings 2s Gd. Fl'-ur.— Ordinary Australian brands, £1 1 ISs, best £12 to £13 : Manitolu, £14 15s tu £15 5s. Barley.— Cape, 2s Wd to 3s Ii. B-an, 8Jd ; pollard, 8Jd. Chaff.— N.S.W. inferier From £3 5s, choics £3 17s Gd ta £4 2s Gri ; imported m diuin from £3 10s, prime £3 17s 6d to 54. Oaten Hay.— Prime rack, £i 10s to £4 15s ; medium from £3 15s ; chaSni; £3 5s to £3 12s 6d ; special, scarce, £5 to £5 2b fid. Lucerne Hay.— Hunter River prme new, £2 15s to £3 ; email bales, £3 7s Gd to £3 LOs. Straw. — New South Wales bundle, £2 to £2 Ss ; derrick £2 to £2 It's ; imporUd der r ok, £2 5s. I Oats.— Prime N. S. Wales feed Js 8d, .iood 2s 6-i, medium 2a 4d ; Tartarian seed, 2s 8d. Maize.— Good dry, 2s 4d to 2s Cd. Potatoes- N.S.W,, £5 12s I'd to £3 7s I Cd ; imported Tasmanian Circulars, £3 5s to £0 12s 6d ; New Zealand from £'i 10s. Onions. —New...
Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
Our Sydney Letter. [From our Sydney Contributor.1 Tbe Bad tales of tbe sen. as a resul of tbe recent gale are now cluseil Altogether about 30 lives were low, tliiee or f.ur shins, aud sume thou sands of pounds worth of cargo. The next act of ibe drama of life and death will be the enquiry by the Marin Biard. The Board, it will be reiuem b- ftf'l. is a body of whom a certain flec tion m irariirtinenD nave out a po--r .)|)ininn. Ever Btnce there was a Labor Party they have betiKinvina to obtain an ain-'tmtuenti act providing for representation thereon of tbe sailors themselves. When Mr Reid cam- in to power on~ of thi' first Bills that the ' Upji-r ' House threw out endeavour ed to make this alteration. Since then things Ijuvp settled down, just us many a coal-laden ship has done, without anyone ever hearing anything more about il. However, he that as it may. the Board are a body of ex perte, and in that respect they are thoroughly competent to enquire into the facts of the present CH...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
A Life-Time of Indigestion 1 Absolutely Incapacitated for Business. Was Sceptical, and had no faith in any medicines but what doctors prescribed. When his friends worried him, he threw prejudice aside, took Clements Tonic, now Mr. L. T. Forrest, Angas-street, Adelaide, S.«Uh. Australia, writes on Jauuary (3th, 1S97 :— I cannot long-r withhold my teBM mony as to the elHcac* of Clements Tonic. From early manhood uutil :ny pre.-ent aj- , whicii is 41, I suffero.l very seri-ubly fin' Indigestion, which mauiiesiej use f in vaiiKU.i f rniB— conetant dmwiuess, las'inp Hiid splitting headaches, which frequently absolutely peevened me from atendiug to my buinesa. I had not the sligh «st faith in a 'y meJicines, except those piescribd bv the I ad i ii g doctors, u: d uoiifeyutinly spen a large p rcion of my ii come in (jrofeEaiunal advice and cbttnii8ts' dru^s without per maneU' benefit. Ab.ut six months sin.e, whin ou h holiday, comp lied by my oi- enemy, Indigestion, a friend fairly worried...
The Fear of Thunder. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
The Fear of Thunder. Electric stormis are far less daufierous than the majority of people imagine. That a severe lightning storm is terrify ing admits of uo question, aud will .sometimes bring uneasiness to the heart of the strongest man. But the real danger is slight. The chance of light ning striking a house, for example, is not one iu a million. Particularly is this trim in ,»itliis. 'strnni? .*l£ most of Ilieiu are with electric wires. The greater danger froiu electric storms is iu the country, aud even there the danger may' he lessened if the simplest and most ctfiuiiion--ieuse of precautions are qx.H' cised. The surest electric conductor is a draught, aud if, when a thundeiistorm approaches, it is seen that all windows and doors liable to occasion a draught are kept closed, the danger is at .once reduced to a minimum. If a woman is .'caught' out- iu a ' thunderstorm^ the. safest shelter is a house ; the fiiost dangerous a tree, particularly an. oak tree. It is a peculiar, but ...
Warning an Artist. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
Warning an Artist. ATr. F. C. Gould's first successes as a caricaturist were In Barnstaple. He sketched the local gaoler, and that im- ! portant functionary went to the Mayor. I 'He's been a-caricatoorin' me, has young Frank Gould. He drawed a picture of me as a— a Christmas pig wi' an orange in my inouth. I beant a-goln' to stand it, Air. Mayor.' ' Take no notice,' said his worship. '? ?: ' Ah, but he'e been a-carlcatoorln' o' . you, too. Mr. Mayor.' The Mayor thereupon intimated that he must warn the young artist
Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
Latest Cablegrams. R hitter's Message. LONDON, .Thursday. Mr. Gladstone died to-day, in the presence of all the memheva of his fumily. HiB c-ni was perfectly piaceful. He will be oecorcUd a public fuuernl. Tne expressions of sorrow at h:8 de^tli are widespread, and much sym pathv is being rhowu to his bereaved ttimily. Tin1 continental papers pay high tributts to hie memory. The American newspapers pay high tri butes of uraise to the worth of Mr. Glad stone, and ngard hie death as a Iobb to the A rigorous censorship c.f tlie telegraphic messages prevent! the divu'ging of the move ments of tbe Spanish equadroue. Tlie Americans insist upon cutting the three remaining British cables, so at to iso late the mines from the Spanish Admiral. A heavy csnnonade was heard near thfi island of Hayti on Sunday, but the foe pre vented anything h-ing Been of the battle which it is believed has taken place. The, American cruiser St. Paul, with 1300 tons of ammunition on board took fire. After tlin m...
Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
Comic Cuttings* Good Hen 'tor Staking- Runs— The Messrs. Trott, of Australia. King Prempeh, Jt is said. Intends to beguile his captivity by writing a book entitled 'Men Whom I Have Eaten.' - She: 'Mr. Tonikins implied last night that you married nie for my money.' l-1*i. 'W^ll jl.in**- rtrtnfrnHl/it Vttfrv. T don't care to toe taken for a fool!' 'Would you mind sitting down there? You're not transparent.' 'Now, that's queer. My wife tells me she's been a4)le to see through me these five years.' A London undertaker whose wife Jets lodgings had a couple of com 11s in his shop window, with a card above them bearing the words, 'Lodgings for single gentlemen.' 'Don't you. think, Harry, you could in duce one or two Ojoys to come to. Sunday school?' 'I could bring one,' he re plied. 'De udder fellers in our alley kin lick me.' An announcement appears in the agony column of the 'Times' to the effect that a gentleman of the name of Sloper has ? ....vu..t~--u, uia^uniiiiucu, J31UU £IM£1I1UOJ1...
The International Out-Look. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
The InternatEsnal Out Look. Speaking at Birmingham on Friday night, 13th instant, Mr. Cliatuberlftin, Secretary of State for the Colon ies, said that ' Great Britsin, iu following a policy of strict isolation, is liable to b6 confronted at any moment by a combination of the Great Powers. This peril has already drawn all parts of the Etunire closer together, and is infusing a spirit of Imperial patriotism aiid a spnse of common interests with regard to trade a/sd defence. With war near our doors this is more strongly felt. Our next duty is to maintain the bonds of permanent amity with our kinsmen across the Atlantic, whoso ijtereBte are identical with our own, and more definite arrangements in this direction will lie better for both nations aB well as for tbe world in general. War,' Mr. Cliatnberlaiu continued, ' will be cheaply purchased if it results in the Stare and Stripes and the Union Jack waving together over an Anglo-Saxon alliance. Unless Britain allies her self with a milit...
An Extraordinary Hoax. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
. An Extraordinary Hoax. One of the niost elaborate newspaper hoaxes ever printed appeared iu l'aris, aud the -peculiar thing aSiout it was the Jarge.jsluu'ie. of credence wjtu which it wfas.-refleived,' uot.ouly..liy the 1'arjsSaiis themselves, lijit byJ.be people of F«iuce generally. ' TOie story, iu brief, was that the Queen of .England had been dead for eighteen years, but that her death iiad been kept a profound secret, and was kuowu to only a few persons in' the entire British ttimire! The storv re lated with c'ircumatautial detail that Quecu Victoria iiassal away quite sud denly in the fall of 1S78, but that for State reasons it u;is deemed best to keep her demise a profound secret. Accordingly a woman in humble cir cumstances, of alboiu the same age as the Queen, ro whom she bore a striking reseanljltiuce, was discovered and In stalled iu the place of the dead Sove reiigu, -whose (body was secretly buried iu a vault beneatii one of the Royiil residences. The woman who was to...
Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
Weddine: Bells. A quiet wedding looU place at the Wes leyau Mause, Perth, W. A, on Monday, 18th April, when Mr. H. J. Seckold, 'of the Traffic Branch, West Austtalian Government Railways, formerly of the N.S.W. Govern ment Ruilways, was united in the holy bonds of wedlock to Mies Ruth FawUes, eldeet daughter of Mr. G. O. Fawkes, of North I Cail. on, Melbourne, and formerly of the I .Stores Branch, Victorian Government Rail I way?. The marriage was celebrated by the ? Rev. G. E. Rowe. After the wedding break ? fast, wbich waB attended by about a dozen I of the relatives and friends of the hride ami I bridegroom, the happy couple proceeded to ? Bun bury, on the Soutb-Westtrn line, to ? spend the honeymoon. Mr. Seckold ia a H native of Murrurundi, and wa« a resident H here for nearly 20 year9, aid is consequently H well kuowD to many in this district
PUMPING THE PARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
PUMPING THE PARSON. : Inquisittveness ia an important item In the make-up pf the' old-fashioned Scot. It ia veiled by a careleBBiiess which he intends shall hide it, but which in truth .gives it power and persistence. To get the secret of a neighbour's intentions oat of him without Beeming to do it is an art brought to its rarest perfection by every Scot of the teal old type. Evasions are fruitless ; unwillingness is unnoted — steadily, though with unseeming in difference, he keeps to the trail like a bloodhound. The Rev. Mr. Duncan took his seat in the train at a station north of Inverness. Thoughtlessly he left 'the carriage door open. He paid the penalty in the ap proach of an old Scot. of the undoubted type, who fastened himself to the minister without hesitation or compunc tion. It was' clear that the fate of the 'parson -was settled, and that in a few ' minutes ho would be aB dry as a tin whistle'., i ' -?'?.'? 1 A nice mornin', Maister Duncan' — illustrated with a seductive s...
RULE BRITANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
RULE BRITANNIA. The band of Maoris who were brought to England to take part in the Jubilee celebrations left New Zealand with the belief that the Queen rules the whole world. Certain fellow-voyagers sought to amuse themselves at their expense. When they arrived at the Straits of Magellan it was explained 16 the Maoris ' that they could see land which the Queen did not own. They were surprised, and seemed to doubt the statement ; but were assured oi its accuracy. They took a glance at the country, noled the glaciers and the precipices surrounding the Straits, and then their curt and contemptuous oomment was ? ' Of course, not good enough !' And the fellow-voyagers referred to subsided. They had got very little change out of the Maoris so far. ' Later the ship arrived at Monte Video, and here their faith in the complete sovereignty of- the Queeu over the dominions of the world was again tested. The answer previously given -would not do in this case, for the land the Queen did hot own ...
The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. A TALE OF THE REIGN OF TERROR. CHAPTER XLVII—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
d§!HnK&& [?] CHAPTER XLVII— Continued. refusal and great repugnance to do so. In proof of which, I bare- ngnr-d : ! MATSON ROUGE. : ' It is we!!!,' «aid tlia priest ; ' but swear to ine once agniu that you will be guilty of no imprudence; it is not suffii-iint that my lilt! is saved. I am numerable also for yours.' . i 'Think uot of that.'' said the cheva lier, ' Then you consent 7' 'I must. since yon en' absolutely in sist. You can wait outside, and when i she comes to the wicket, von will see her.' . The chevalier seized the hand ot the , old priest and kissed it. with all the j ai-uur auu resect ae . wnjuiu t.ne cruci- t fix. ' ,. . .- ? | ' Oh !'' murmured the chevnlier, ''Bbe i sftMl die at least like a, queeu. aiid the i hand of the executioner siia.lL. never. ? touch her.' ....'?' \ . CHAPTER .XLVHL I . ' I THE CAKT. ,; ??''?-.' : I ''Immediately a Iter .' havinjr obtained this permission from tie cure of St. Lan.lry. Mnison Rouge withdrew into a Cabinet, the ...
CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHAPTER XLIX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
CHEVALIER de MAISON R0IK5E. CHAPTER XLIX.4Contiiiued. scaffold. The queen, who, doubtless, was not cou6cious at the moment, awoke and andersgiod itStfH:' bIio threw a haughty' (trance- lipoj tor crowd, and again *ncouutered the restless eye« oJ the pule young mnn she had previously seen standiug op tbo ennnon; lie was uow mounted ou n Atoue^anfl repeated the respectful flalota4ifni: he had before offered her ob she' left, the conciergerie. He tbpii -Jieap(-eared. Many , jier.-ons seeing him, it was. soon reported, from his being dregsed iu Illack. that a priest was iu attendance on Mnrip Antoinette to give h?r absolution ere she ascended tho scaffold. As to the rest.ino one disturbed the chevalier. . There Is iu the highest moments. ;a. supreme respect for certain things. Tha.- queeu ca.titiniisly desceuded the steps from the eart^ sup ported by Sausou, who to tha.' last mmueut. ill ncconiplifltinK.-tli-- tail, to which he himself a pgf'uTftl to be .''con- demned, treated her with t...
Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 21 May 1898
Sydney Wool Sales. TheSydney Woolselliug Br .keis'As- ca tiou, under date Hih May, repor; : — At the wool sales to-day, when 2515 bales weie cat»?ojued, and 4930 »ere deposed of at auction 'lid privately, an ejs'*-r tendi-ncy was exhibit' d. Iu the sup n .r quni.tit thit - as more noticeable, greasies (bowing a dec me equ, I to about j.i per ib. Scou eds met ? it', good demand at about the rates tiot tbe highest price of the day uas Sci, when wi-s secured for RN over Galoug, fron (Jap&uellft, Q. This »ai of good comb ing Itu^tli, 8--und, of nice quality, and in goid c-n-iiti--n. In the- scbured section \V. D. Cooper over Norwood mad- lEJd, as also did a very nice parcel marked \VK over Longrcach,