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MESSRS. HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

MESSRS. UARIUSON, JONES, AND DEVLIN REPORT. Wool. — The sales wore well attended, , ? and the competition throughout was i very brisk. The parcels offered, as is i usual at this time of the year, were not . large or important, but realized very ; full prices. The sales having ranged, j for fleece, 16fd to 19|J ; greasy, 8d to | 10M ; scoured, 14W to 20d algo sold, I being from low to medium quality. We 1 sold 105 bales out of 127 offered, and 1 33 odd lots at full lutes. | Sheepskins. — The- sales this week -^ were even better than those held a fort- ! night since, all good lots realizing - extreme value. Several of those who 1 usually buy wool are now buying skins, j and a good many of best skins are '-. bouglit up for the tweed manufacturers now working here. The sales ranged from ?^d to lOd for best ; medium, 6d to 7d ; short-woollcd, 8£d to 5Jd, at which prices we cleared the whole of our catalogue. Tallow. — Shipping parcels were quite neglected, export buyers not being even re...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Telegraphic. SYDNEY. Friday, August 6, 7.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

Telegraphic. [From oub Telbobaphtc Corbespok BENTS.] SYDNEY. Friday, August 6, 7.65 D.m. In the Assembly the Appropriation Bill has been rend the first time ; also the Bill to authorise a loan for the Public Works. The motion gaauting Mr. Hargraves a life annuity of £250 for his discovery ol gold has been carried. A conference of both Houses took place on the Land Bill on Thursday night. At a pri vate sitting the Council agreed to send a fur ther message to the Assembly. It is prob able that the matters in dispute will be set W«U UJ U, I.IJI.LIUI UUJ.]P)IJ« During a debate on Thursday night on the O'Conuell Centenary, fears were expressed that the event would lead to future sectarian and party complications. At the meeting called for the preparation of a testimonial to Mr. Fornell, £508 were promised. In the Assembly to-day most of the bills were withdrawn in consequence of then lateness in tlic session. Mr. Schrimes writes to the Herald vindi cating himself from complicity in the f...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Wallabadah. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

Wallabadah [PKOM OUR COERESPOKDBNT.] A coifPLiMiiNTABY banquet, in honor of Mr. G. S. Hay, late Telegraph Master at Wal labadah, was given on Friday evening last, when a number of his friends eiitertained him at the Marshall McMahon hotel, on the oc casion of his leaving the district for Tam worth. The dinner was provided by host Cropper, and was pronounced A I. The chair was occupied by Mr, II. B. Solo mon, on whose right hand was seated the ' guest.' The vice-chair was filled by Mr. Thomas Berry. Ample justice was done to the edibles, after which liquid and fruits were placed ou the table. The chairman said that the first duty of evening was to propose ' The Queen,' those present being all loyal subjects, and the guest being in Her Majesty's service. The toast was received with due res|-ect. The chairman then proposed the toast of the evening. He remarked that the occasion of the present entertainment was one which was intended as a mark of respect aud good feeling towards a perso...

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

LONDON. The Unseaworthy Shipping Bill has passed the House of Commons.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

MELBOURNE. Five shocks of earthquake were felt on Thursday.

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The Election. The Result of the Poll. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

The Election. ; The Besult of the **«'? The question, Who is to represent the electorate of the Upper Hunter in Parlia ment? was decided by the electors ion Thursday last, on which day the pollinjg fbrtliis constituency took place. Fromjtbe first it was thought that the contest 'be tween Mr. Hungerford and Mr_McElholrie would be a close one, but few were pre pared for so decided an issue. Mr. iuugerford being a local man, setting forth liberal principles althoughasquatter, having previously been declared elected, and ousted for no fault of his. own, it was thought that bis re-cleclion was almost .certain — whilst Mr. McElhone bcinjj resi dent in Sydney, and suinewlmt impetuous in his disposition and reckless in his language, whs objected to by many. The contest, however, was made oDe 'of Free-selectoi v. Squatter, and .Mr McEllinue being thoroughly antagonistic to the squatters' interests, the electors, apart from every other consideration, showed a determination to return him as me...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Synopsis of Late News. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

Synopsis of Late News. ( Condensed from ihe Pajitrs.) A young woman, named Man- Ann Howe, was found on St. Mary's Road, Sydney, on Saturday morning, with severe injuries to her body, said to liave been caused by a man who .used soina sharp instrument. She has been re moved to the Infirmary, where she now lies in a very critical state. A despatch has been received by the Governor of Victoria from Sir Harry Parkts. British Minister at Japan, stilling that great interest was exuibited in .lapan in the exhibition to be held in Yicuoria, and that 200 packages had been sent for exhibition. These ex hibits have been brought by the H.M.S. I'ora. Two Japanese commissioners havo arrived by the Torres Straits mail, and will reach Melbourne in the course of a week. They will be entertained by the Government. On Tuesday, as the mailman of the line from Seymour to Kushworth was pro ceeding to the former place, he overtook a swagman, who asked a question or two about tlie route lie wished to pursu...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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(To the Editor of the Murrurundi Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

(7l- tie Editor of the aTnrmrttndi Jtnwx.) Sib,— Sitting in the middle of a largo plain, with a cutting south-west wind blowing on niy back and into mj- right ear, (whilst at my side stands ray horse, which from disappearance seems to fee) his . disagreeable position ax keenly as myself), I felt irritated enough to begin to think why I should be' obliged to shepherd my upon me that (he large amount Of money paid for my flea-bite of a selection, tor which I can get no prelenso — with interest on balance added, and the useless improvements required for the ful6lment of Ibe Act, (for I could do with IialE of them), wore so severe a tax in relation to the small amount of stock I can run, Mint it fully accounted fur my inability 'to hire a shepherd. Alihun .-li' we li.n-is both n congenial soil ami climate for ngricul tnral purposes, it will not pay, and t think the principal cause that it will not do so iB that there is a very lui^e surplus nf natural grasses, and until that surplus is ...

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Our Sydney Letter. August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

Our Sydney Letter. August 2. ' How beautiful : how calm come on The stilly hours when storms are gone.' THE fierce storms that raged in Macquarie street for ilie past week suddenly subsided on'last Friday evening, and were followed by a delightful calm, in which hou members, though apparently ill at ease in such au at mosphere, conducted themselves in a gentlemanly manner, and gave evident proof of their capability, of conforming to the rules of decorum, if only some medium, corporal or spiritual, would lend its beuigu iuHuence to bring about ?? a consummation so devoutly to lie wished for. hveu the representative of the Hawkesbury com posed his ruOled feathers, and joiued in the friendly cackle of the political geese ; and Mr. l'arkes, in his ' .Sea of troubles.' put ou a hran new smile, which lie got u{- for the occasion. Hut. above all, it was somewhat lieart-gladdeuing to see the ex Treasurer agreeing with the Government on the Pacific Mail iioutc questi.-.n. No oue could believ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

Correspondence. Contributions nitut be accompanied icith Ow. real name and address of the Correspon dent, not necessarily for publication, but as cut eat nest nf good faith to the Editor. It is distinctly to be borne in mind that we do not, by inserting letters, convey an opinion favorable to ikeir contents. We open our columns to ail without leaning to any. and thus supply a channel for the publication of opinions of all shades.

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MESSRS. WOLFE AND BADGERY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

MESSRS. WOLFE AND BADQERY's REPORT. Stations. — The reports tohandfrorr all quarters denote an active demand for well situated properties, not too heavily stocked. We have several magnificent squattages in our hand which we are negociating with purchases for, and with the favourable seasons existing and plentiful supply of capita' to be had at low rates of interest, we have every reason to believe we shall effect sales shortly at vendor s prices. Fat Cattle.— The supply forward this week has been equal to trade require ments, consisting principally of medium cattle. Prime pens were eagerly com peted for, aud brought high prices. We sold 28 bullocks ami cow?, from the Grange Estate, the property of George S. Waller, Esq., bullocks to £7 11s, cows to £4 10s ; {or A. Tange aud Co.. 11 bullocks to £5 4s ; for T. A. Adams, Esq., 32 cows to £5 13s. On Monday next we have some excel lent cattle from paddocks close to market. Fat Sheep — These are arriving plen tifully. We sold 371 wethers ...

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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSES. BRUNKER AND SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS. BRUKKER AND EI\i.RKE'6 REPORT. Stations. — We have no alteration to note in the value of desirably situated properties. . Fat Cattle. — The supply forward has been more limited than usual. Sales were consequently' marked by greater animation, and prices realized slightly in ' advance of recent quotations. Advices of consignments close to market indicate a temporary decline rather than an improvement iu value. We have sold — On account J. K. Mackay, Esq., 50 bullocks and cows at £6 16s to £8 16s, 0 culls at £3 10s to £5 5s; A. E. Jolmstone, Esq., 56 bullocks at £6 19s to £9 15s — average £8 13s per head ; T. Drinan, Esq. 7 at £4 to £5 6s ; J. C. S. M'Douall Esq., 10 head rows and bullocks at £4 16s to £7. Quotations, 20s to 23s per lOOlbs. We have several lots of prime fitt cattle to offer for sale at the Campbell's Hill yards on Monday next. Fat Sheep. — The market has been well supplied and the maximum forward of better quality than those penned for some t...

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SYDNEY STOCK AND STATION MARKET. MAIDEN, HILL, AND CLARK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

SYDNEY STOCK~AND STATION ^ MARKET. . r^i * i MAIDEN, HIL'V'AXD CLABfc B REPORT. ' J Wool.— The market was barely sup- ~~°9§ plied; 116'parc'els being'submitted worthy 11 of competition by shippers. The few 1 odd lots forward were disposed of at full ? rates. Quotations same as last week. B Sheepskins.— We submitted 28 lots m of considerable size, the whole.of which *~^3 were cleared at extreme rates, the com- ^M petition being very animated. Prices ^M obtained .were, for full-woolled and free, I 8d to 8|d ; fair growth, 7d to 8d ; I medium, 6d to 7d; short-woolled and I pelts, 3d to 5fd per lb. I Leather. — This week's sales were the J dullest we have had to report for many months, buyers being apparently loth to operate even at a reduction on prices lately ruling. The only description showing any activity at all was sole, all other sorts being entirely neglected. Hides. — The market is indifferently supplied. Most of them to hand are of an inferior description and light weights. He...

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MR. M. MOORE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

MR. M. MOORE'S BEPOBT. Hay. — There has not been much business transacted during the ]'nst week in this market. Quotations, £6 to £7 per ton, for lucerne ; oaten dull of sale. Maize. — This commodity is in fail demand at 4s. to 4s. Cd. per bushel, for good samples. Bran and pol'.ard are in request at £5 10s. to £6 10s. per ton. Cheese.— Good samples sell readily at 4d. to Bd, per tb. Bacon, from 5Jd. to 7d. per lb. Tallow.— 1'iiccs remain at £26 to £28 per tou. Hides. — Good heavy bides are much en quired for, and sell readily at 4d. to 4Jd. per lb. I disposed of 94 this week at 21s. each. . Skins, from 2s. to 3s. cseh. Tobacco Leaf. — Prices have receded, and 4d. to 7d are the ruling quotations. Tobacco (manufactured), from Is. 7d. to Is. 9d. perlb. Cedar Boards.— 5fy sales this weelf havo been as follows :— 12,000 feet at 30s., 2000 at 28s. per 100 feet. Horses. — Good draught meet with ready ? sale. Vehicles. — I have a number of . second hand buggies, spring-carte, &c. o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

TEA MEETING AND ENTERTAINMENT Comprising Headings, Songs.&Addresses, IN Si Paul's Mm, ON Tea on the Tables at 6 o'clock. Tickets : Adults, Is. Gd. ; Children, Is. each. CHILDREN TO PAY AT THE DOOR. Shearing WILL commence at Coomoo Coomoo on or about the 13th September. -S' SHEAUEUS' names taken at Coomoo Coomoo by H. V. HEWITT. Notice of Removal. DRS. SAMUEL T. KXAGGS and EICHABD HEAD have BEHOVED their Consulting Hooms to the New Buildings in Bolton-street, just opposite the Surgery lately occupied by Dr. BOAVKEK, of New castle. Newcastle, 2nd August, 1875. THE ' AUSTRALASIAN.' with which is incorporated '? Bell's Life it Victoria,' is the largest paper in Victoria ; it treats of Agrieu taral, .Sporting, Miuicg News, &c Subscriptioa, HOs. per annum. GORDON & GOTCH, Sole Agents, Sydney. 'Wanted SAVfYERS to cut about 22,000 feet of TIMBER. State price per hundred deA livered into Railway Trucks, aud at what! Station. ? Particulars at W. WAKEFORD'S, Murrurundi ...

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Murrurundi. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

Murrurundi. In compliance with the request of the Phila delphia Commissioners for local iuformation, we offer a short sketch of the history, con dition, and resources of the town of Murru rundi and the surrounding districts. Fur many of the details we are indebted to ' the oldest inhabitants '' and, to the courtesy of Mr G. G. Brodic and other gentlemen in possession of documentary materials. At best it must be somewhat fragmentary and incomplete, from the fact that access to the earliest records has been rendered impossi ble by their removal to the metropolis some years ago under the order of the Government. Still it is to be hoped that a generally re liable account will have bceu produced. If any error should occur we expect the indul gence and not the censure of our readers, who may imagine themselves better in formed. The early history of Murrurundi is almost a transcript of that of the colony itself, with all the familiar marks of a convict settle ment, and subsequent progress ...

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Police Court. MURRURUNDI, JULY 30TH, 1875. Before Mr. G. G. BRODIE, J.P. PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

Police Court. MURRURUNDI, JULY 30th, 1875. Before Mr. G. G. Brodie, J.P. PROTECTION. George Chong, a Chinaman, was brought before the Bench for protection, and sent to Maitland gaol for medical treatment.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Land Selections. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 7 August 1875

Land Selections. The following conditional purchases were taken up at tho Land Office on Thursday week last : — John Sydney. GO acres, county Buckland parish Moan, adjoining his' conditional purchase of SO acres, formerly Matthew Barlow's, made on the 13th June, 1S72, on the south side. John Patrick Blacker, 320 acres, county Pot tinger, parish Coomoo Coomoo, com mencing at the south side of Samuel Bl acker's conditional purchase (lately transferred to him hjG.G. K. Gheswick) and running south and west John Patrick Blacker, 200 acres, county Pot tinger, parish Coomoo Coomoo. on the north-west side of portion No. 123. Johnand William Christian, by their agent W Brook, county Buckland. parish Boram bil, CO acres, additional to their freehold portion No. 21 of forty a'jreB, and being lapsed conditional purchase made by them on 7th December, 1871. John and William Christian, by their agent W. Brook. 40 acres, county Buckland. parish Borambil, additional to their freehold portion No. 21 ...

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Commercial Interngence. MAITLAND MARKETS, MESSRS BRONKER, WOLFE, AND BADGERY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 13 October 1877

v^ouuueicAai XAiteiug^uce. MfcSSRS BRCSKKlt, WOLFItj AKD WLPOKRY S mtrORt. r Stations.— We jliave seyeralyraluabie properties for pn^te sale. ;-;- Fat Cattle.— ^4* have yarded the heaviest forw»rd for some ti|ie, and cleared every pen satisfactorily.?1 Quota tions : Prime qnafily,S|4»to1269^lnediu)n, 18- to 20* per lOO^bs. |* Fat Sheep.— Tire eupply this'-eck has been lighter than usual, prices |[hv c con ^equuiitly exhibited a slight aivftive. Quotations: Prime wethers (in iifc.ol). 13a to Io8 ; ewe^tye io us; mcdiam kis ai lower rates. ???'?' Store Cattle.— Ye succeeded in r-'.wing upwards of 4oO h?d pi cattle (prir.ip^'y youneT) -and.su -v*ry low condttior) at a consi deraUle advasco on pre^bes quota Store '81^).— The demaMJL|s stead ily increasing^e^eci ily fur wet&frs -* suit able agea, and of i jgood.4owptic:i for fattening: 'iv; Working Bill o ks.— Yoqr^f^a tract able bu Hoicks, ii^ good coj^tioij, sell readily at ^1*2 to 213 per paMy Milch Oow?a.^lnl^«9 for wly choic...

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Lapsed Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 13 October 1877

liapsea Conditional Jrur ?? - ' cndrSeB. It is ratified in the Govertiment Gazette that the undermentioned Conditional and Additional Conditional Purchases haise bechnu' lapsed through boh-'teoeipt of the n ejbessar;^ declarations or non payment of interest as prescribed by the Act. BISTR1CT OF ODNNKDAM. Robert .^Lindsay, 320 acres, county of Pottincrnr. Darish of Binffle : Emma Liul sayjttorunis,' county of Pottinger, parish of Bittple ; Henry Bo.wden, 80 acres, county of Pottii'ger, pariah of Nomby ; Adam J. Wicl.'*inH» two portions of 40 acres j each &c- iinty of Pottinger, parish of ! Bomera : Daniel Oallnghan, SO acres, ; connty it Pottinger, parish of Boinera ; I Chartee I^Uaghan, 80 acres, county of ! Pofctfnger, parish of Bomera Creek ; He^ert White, 40 acres, county of Pot Co^k, ' 4') acres, connty of Pottiriger, parish of Bomera Creek ; Isaac Senior, 40 acros, county of Pottinger, parish c»f Gatrnnill;. ; John Smith, 40 acres, county of &-ttin?er, parieh of...

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