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Quirindi. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

Quirlndi. Ifkom ode correspondent.] A meeting of the Local Land Board, under the presidency of MessrB. W. Freemau (chairmau), B. Uaydon, and G. Nowland, was Jieid at the Court House last week, when a number of matters were dealt with, the tuost itn portant being an exchange application by George Binnio, parish of Spring field, county of Pofctiuger, Land Dis trict of Murrurnndi. The Board re commended that 608 acres, appraised at £456, be surrendered by tbe ap plicaut, and that 60S actes, appraised at £380, be granted to biin in lieu thereof. Costs of tbe application, £5 5s, to be borne by Mr. Binuie. Mr. I. Diokson, our looal Post and Telegraph Master, has been granted three months' leave of absence, and has gone away for a ohange. I am informed that he intends spending his well-earned holiday in. New Zealand. Mr. Banks-Smith, solicitor, who for some months past has been practising his profession in Qnirindi, has evi dently found out that there is not sufficient in that line in Quir...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nundle Races. BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

Mundfe Races. By Otra Special Reporter. The annual meeting of tbe Nundl° Jockey Club was held on Boxing Day, and except for an unfortunate accident which occurred during the Hack Bace, was most successful. The racing was good, as was also the attendance. The following are the results : — Opening Handicap. Raven ... ? 1 Canadian ... ... ... 2 Mizpah ? 3 This was a good start. Eaven took tbe lead from the jump, and won easily. Publicans' Puksb. Canzonetti ? 1 WarCry ? 2 May time ... ... ... 8 Six started. This was a very good race from s:art to 6nish, the wiu being a very close one, Nundle Handicap. Sir Arthur ? 1 Canadian ? 2 Mizpah ? 3 This was al-o a good race. When Uie Lor6es came iu a protest was entered against Sir Arthur, and a 'meeting of the Stewards was held to consider the same. As a result tbe protest was upheld, and Canadian de dared thf winner, but as the owner of Sir Arthur signified lu'« intention of appealing lgkinst the decision, the stakes were not paid over, pendin...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Yearly Rainfall, 1890-97. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

imT^ '1 Yearly Rainfall, 1890-87. By the courtesy of Mr. C. Moxlmm, Post and Teleirapli Mn*ter, Mnrruruudi, we are enabled to pr^eiit our readers -with the fol. living tabulated st-ttemeut of the rainfall regit'.tred st the local Telegraph Office 'j dating the past tight years, Bhowing the ', amount registered, and thn number of days 1 upon which rsia fell locslly in each month daring that perod. The information iB so ' Brrsnac() that the raiofcli of each month oau be compared witb - lie corresponding month j of any other year without any trouble. We regret to fiud that the figures show tho year ' 1897 to have been by far the driest year of that period. £ I '' '' I5 to jo -QNT I ~ ? I* OQ *' j ? ' ^^ 0 O IC 0^1 «''- N ?# OO ^i CO O O CO CO £ ' n ?g i° ''NT ) ~ ? ~ ? - I1' § I RSSS§§S2SS«S !s ° ^ ? w M-eja saHi J lt-ie:otoecr-ac-eto©-*« I rj- g jo -on I ? I' ^H □ n\ n- m h- »-» 'i w*- f-3 fp. m m n ta « p -o-; i ? ' ' ? L^ os s ' ' ; GO 4J tfi^-pnt-.^ffiOCItOwt-«H4 OO ' c 3oSrt-er-.i...

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Railway Time Table. JULY, 1ST, 1896. MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

Ituilwuy Time Table. JULY, 1st, 1896. . MUKRURUN'DI TO SYDNEY. The passenger train leaves Murrurundi at 1.40 pm. daily CSnuciay excepted), arriving at Singleton 3 09 p.m., Newcastle 6.7 p.m. and Sydney at 10 15 p.m. The mail train leaves at 4.3 a.m. daily (Sunday pxceptod) arriving at Singleton G.2 a.m., Newcastle 7-30 a m., and Sydney at H a.m The fares to each of tho principal stations en route ar« as under : — I Singles iteturos I Holiday StatiooB I Exctirsiou ? | lol 2cl Id Scl I Icl Scl sd sd ads da d sd Bhr.dfnrd rO, 7; 1 3 H| 1 ? 10 Wingen ,.;2 8 t fi 4 0 2 6] 3 7 2 4 Patkville.. 3, 8 2 5. 5 6 3 8 4 10 3 4 Scone ... 473 li 704 86 342 Aberdeen., fi 3 4 31 5) 9 0 6| 8 6 5 0 Mnswellbk P. 0 5 3|ll (t 8 0 10 .3 7 0 Sfngteton.. 14 0 9 3 210 14 0 18 ' C112 0 W.Maitld.19 9 13 3 29 0119 9 2C Oil' 6 High street 19 913 3 29 9120 0 28 3 17 9 E. Maitl'd. 20 0 13C30 0J20 3 26 918 0 Hamilton.. 23 3 15 t- -'« 9 2.3 3 29 9i!9 9 Honeya'kle23 6 15 C :« 3 23 3 29 9119 9 Newcastle 23 9 15 9 35323...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT HARBEN VALE, Bt-ANDFORD, Tob TnopocuHBRKD Stallion By Albatross (imp.), dam Bnrhara Hare, by Top Barb from Lavelette, by Now Warrior from Fair Ellen (imp.), etc. TEK»1S-£U 2s I'm Mabk. Also The Vost Stai.liok DOGKEN SECUNDUS. By Docket* (imp.). dam WelBh Lassie, Uy Mr. Towns'8 Taffy out of one of the A. A. . Company's old pony mures TERMS-£l C« Pen MaR« Apply to R. W. WHITE. mo STANO THIS SEASON ''- AT - Blooniftcld, Blundford, The Br.ooD Horsb TESTER, By The Tester (imp.), dam by Iclverton (imp.) This Horse is noted for the cluse of horses he sires from ordinary marcs, and if be got thoroughbred rcares be must get Racehorses TERMS ... £3 PER MARK. Good paddocks provided. No responsibi lity incurred. fcjoason commences 1st fc'eptenilicr, and ends3Ut Dec-mucr, when all marcs aie to be removed unit paid for. B. HAi'DON, Bio infield, Rlandford. rpO STAND THI3 SEASON « WOODFOBD, ARDQLSN, T«E BtOoC STAlLIOSt EIK(fSTON. KINGSTON, by Uairnbrough, .Um Bar ! hello ; G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

Ski um eat ic$$ j (Uorry less ana DrinK Wolfe's THE ONLY REAL Schnapps JlMd you win find Ofewrft ! mm* i 5 BUY J- 5 WHOLE I p $ BOTTLES, j! J THE S 5 PUREST - \ LIQUOR, i Local and General News. A Successful Student. Among the names of those posted at the Sydney University as having passed th third yean1 examination for the degree of M.B., we notice thit of Mr. Hugh Busby, ?on of oar respected townsman, Mr. A. Bneby, manager of tbe local branch of the Commercial Bank. Dentistry* J. BealbvSmith, D.D.S., from London and America, of 482 ami 4S4 Georve Street, Sydney, injy bi- consulted FKBEat McNnlt. 'b Hotel, Hajdouton, monthly. N*xt visit, Fr.clay, 2Sth January, till 1 p.m. Pain less Extractions guaranteed at 7s 6 3 Flatter ing testimonials have b-en givun by mani of the principal Squattere ai'd Resilient- of the dUtrict, ci-rtifyiu(- to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work. Charges strictly moil-rate. At my Sydney rooms I have a staff of Four Dentists, where a great r dact...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

WATERBURY WATCH COMPANY.! WATERBURY WATCHES DIRECT FROM OUR OWN FACTORY TO THE PUBLIC. 'Half the Usual Prices charged.' jjfflfelBk SKND T0UR ORDERS TO f4fe| A SAUNDERS, Jeweller, c&^HF M Bl^ George Street, Sydney (opp. Railway Station) v T^^mmP' 'our depot.' The 'Wonderful WATERBURY WATCHES. ' Bewire o( fraud..' who will srfl you any oonmimp:'.vc ?rtloleto inakea bigprofiu The Water-bury an tht Cheapest, Stronrast and most Reliable Watches made. ' Sane to eqtul them in Prfte, Quality or Perfect ?Rrodceepen.' The old Favourite, IS/6 ; A. Sattnders* price, 8/6 The New Short Wind Jewelled action, 21/-; A. Saunders* price, II/6 Eilra Quality, Scries J, Jewelled aotlon, 27/6 ; A. Saunderg' price, 16/6 run Solid Silver, Extra Jewelled, £3/-/-; A. Saiuders' price, 37/6 Gold Waterbury, wonderful value, 5/-/-; A. Saunders' price, £2/15/ A1I our Watchet are regulated sad adjusted to atand hard riding and knocking about. 'Try one and youil never regrot it.' j^Si^V Btang White Metal Cha...

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Putting It Delicately. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

Putting It Delicately. ' Josiar,' said Mrs. Corntossel, 'wus ye ever hypnotised ?' ' Never thet I knows on.' ' D'ye b'lieve they is any seen thing ez hypnotism, anyway ?' ' 'Course 1 do.' ' Could I learn it ?' ' I dunno 'bout that. What on airth ails ye, anyway ? What do ye want to hypnotise fur ?' ' Well, ye see, Josiar, I'm too kind-hearted ter stir ye up ter oein mausiriuus oy narsu wurus, an' I thort thet ef I could hypnotise, a little mebbe I could git a bucket o' water an' a bunch o' kindlin' wood without yer knowin' thet ye'd worked a bit an' with nothin' but the peacefulest sentir ments all round.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

LOST— BROWN MARE, branded Z with bar through the initMIe, near shoulder. 10s reward «» returning to Mrs. llolden Md i For JOB PRINTING of Every Description Try the ' TIMES ' Office. ODDFELLOWS' PIC|f!C fiND B8LL. Loyal Orphans1 FneqdLoiige, pi.D.I.O.O.F rjnHE above Lodge will celebrate its anni JL versary by a PICNIC and SHORTS on Anniversary Day, 26th JANUARY, 189S : and also by a BALL in the Odd fellows' Hull, Murrurundi, the same night. H. BROOK, Financial Secretary. GOHGEHT f 0 TUMI IN AID OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WILL BE GIVEN IS TIIE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, MURRURUNDI ON WEDNESDAY, 5!H JBHW, 1898, AT 8 O'CLOCK. Admission: Chairs, 2s; Back Seats, 1s. Municipal District of Muirurundi. NOTICE is hereby given that a Copy of the MUNICIPAL LliTS for the Cunent Year is being made out, and tame will be open for inspection by aty person interested therein, during office hours, be tween the 7tii and 14th January, 1898. Persons claiming to have their names inserted in the said Lists must giv...

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Hatching Chickens by Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

Hatching Chickens by Electricity. The electric Incubator, upon- which Otto Schulze, of Strasburg, has been at work for throe years, is intended to over come the ordinary difficulties of artificial hatching of chickens. The apparatus is easily manipulated, and requires only an uninterrupted but small supply of electricity. Automatic attachments re gulate both temperature and moisture, the former being kept within one-tenth or a degree or tne normal temperature of incubation. In this apparatus ninety in every 100 eggs are expected to hatch. An electric mother, a box in which the freshly batched chicks can find heat and protection, while being at liberty to run about on the ground when they choose, has been devised as an accompaniment of the incubator.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

FLETCHER'S PILLS never fail to care INDIGESTION. . . _ OOSHVENESS, SOUS BREATH, HEARTBURN, LIVER DI8EASE, and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLKMENTS TONIC are the recognised household reme dies of the Australian ooloniea, and every designing qnaek tries to trade on their repu tation and renown. This is the greatest proof of their merit, and sufferers want to be particular to get the genuine ar'icleu as regret and disappointment are euro to follow the use of the thousands of ??All-failing' remedies so freely advertised. The reputa tion aud wide-spread use of Clements Ionia and Fletcher's Pills are the greatest proofs of their apprecition by the public It they were not as represented they wonld have passed out of memory long ere this ; but in stead their cale i* greater, and they arc more esteemed day by day at-d week by week, and this emphatically proves thsir undis puted supremacy. Listen to no argument from interested parties ; demand the genuine articles and TAKE NO SDBS...

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The Domestic's Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

The Domestic's Difficulty. Lord Magheramorne, who was much better known as Sir James M'Garel Hogg, had rather an amusing experience. The story Is old, but will bear repeating. Shortly after being made a peer, he went to dine at the house of an old friend where he was well known under his old name, but heannounced himself to Jeames as ' Lord Magheramorne.' ' Lord what ?' said the startled do mestic. ' Lord Magheramorne,' said he, with emphasis. James shook his head. He did not venture to make a second inquiry, as he despaired of attempting to render the uncouth gutturals. What was he to do ? The visitor was advancing to the draw ing-room. Jeames hesitated a moment, then boldly flung open the door and pro claimed, to the consternation of every one, ' The late Sir James Hogg !'

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"His" Name Was Annie. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

'His' Name Was Annie. A certain gentleman was riding in a tramcar the other day when a lady and child got in. The gentleman gallantly offered his seat, as the ear was crowded, and it was graciously accepted. As the gentleman hung to a strap with one hnnd he patted the child's head with the other, and the following conversation, ensued : — ' Fine child, madam.' ' Yes, sir.' ' Very fine, indeed.' We tninK so. J.i is me oniy one we have.' ' I am very fond of children.' The lady nodded. ' Now.i this boy will grow up to be a great comfort to you, and perhaps a sup port. You ought to be very proud of him.' ' Yes, sir.' ' What's his name ?' ' Annie.'

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Spray. A Wise Request. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

? Spray. ? A Wise Request. A private of the Foot Guards was the other day hauled over tlie coals for omit ting, while on sentry in Pall Mall, to pay the orthodox compliment of presenting arms to a scion of the Royal House. The guardsman pleaded ignorance of the il lustrious personage's identity, and this dence of a sergeant, who stated that the explanation was probably true, espe cially as the royal individual was in plain clothes. The soldier was dis missed with a caution, but before going away he said excitedly to his captain, ' Sir, bring Die Dook hup to me, an' let me 'ave a good look at 'im. You bet, I'll spot 'im next time !'

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The Bennett Divorce Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

I The Bennett Divorce I Case. ? ? I After a. Wring extending over 16 days, ? during which period between 40 and 50 ¥ witnesses were examined, the divoroe suit I of Bennett r. Bennett was brought to a con clusion on Thursday. In order to save tima, it was agreed between the Attorney-General (Mr. J. H. VVant, Q.C.), Mr. C. G. Heydon, Q.C., Mr. Wise, and other members of the Bar engaged, thst the right to address the - jury should not be enforced, and immedi ately upon the termination of the evidence Ills Honor summed np, commencing about naif-past 11 o'clock on Tuesday moraine, and finishing at Z.45 p.m. on Wednesday. [There was a large masB of evideuce to be placed before the jury, and the Judge dealt with it exhaustively, and remarked in the course of hiB address that peijury had un doubtedly beeu committed by ooe side or the other. The jurors were summoned at 9 p.m., having boen in oonsnltation for six hour*, and eaiii they had unanimously agreed that petitioner had net committed a...

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First Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

First Impressions. Mr. Beerljohm Tree's first impressions of America vfere, as he says in the course of an interview with a correspondent of ' St. Paul's,' very curious indeed. 'The soldiers were firing on strikers in. .the open streets. When we got to the theatre an auction of the seats was going on ; and the hotel where most of my com pany put up was burned down.' In reply to a question as to whether the prevalence of a state of martial law did not inter! ere with ins business, lie saia : ' No ; they think nothing of it.' Then as regards tlie selling of theati e seats by auction, Mr. Tree remarked.- ' It is a custom in America to auction the seats for any special occasion. Formerly, speculatoi's have purchased the seats at the usual rates, and then auctioned them, but on this occasion the manage ment conducted the auction themselves, and reaped the harvest. The house, which wbuld have held about £400, ex ceeded £700, owing to this managerial stroke of business.'

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

Latest Cablegrams. Kkutkr's Message. LONDON, Thpmoat. Arbitration proceedings between Great Britain and Ventzuela will be commenced in February. A decree establishing antonomom govern* meat in Cuba has been gazetted at H*van. sab. The Forte has promised to shortly pay to finseia the half-million arrears of the indem nity money. The plajue in Bombay is increasing, and a fresh exodus of inhabitants has taken plane. The man Archer ha» been committed tor trial for the wilful murder of William Ter. ? ?oaf (JllV AVibUla By a disastrous conflagration at Port au Prine?, Hayti, 800 houses have be.n des troyed, a'ud 3000 persons rendered homeless. The fire was fallowed by » chock of earth quake. Reprrts fn-m Shanghai iUte th»t the owners of the Kmprem line of ateamahips running between China and Vancouver, have been requested by the Admiralty to hold their sttamshipi in readiness ' for any emergencies. A great ?ale is raging on the English coast, and the channel service has been sus pended. A...

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Taking Time by the Forelock. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

Taking Time by the Forelock. When Hartley bottle works were in operation, an old woman at the village had more lodgers than she could attend to, so that she was always late at meal times. One of her lodgers at last hit. upon a plan to get his meals in time. He turned the minute hand of the clock twelve times round, which, of course, brought it to the same place again ; but, thinking tliat he had put the clock on twelve hours, he hurried away to fellow lodgers and exclaimed, ' Noo, lads, divvent be sorprised if ye get yor suppers at breakfast time the morn !'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

~~ OUR ACCOUNTS. OUR ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ended 31st Decem ber, 1897, have been issued, and we trust our Constituents will give them their prompt attention, aud liquidate them as early as possible. Times Office, 1 January, 1898.

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The Miner at the Cathedral. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 1 January 1898

The Miner at the Cathedral. On the afternoon of a demonstration of the Durham Miners' Association, a num ber of those who had taken part in the gathering found their way to Durham Cathedral, and were present at service. When the anthem was sung, one of the congregation, thinking he recognised the tune, began to ' chime in' with the three choristers, who were rendering a ' trio.' He was speedily brought up, however, by a ' dig in the ribs' from a companion beside him, who saluted him with the following advice : ' Had tbee tongue, thoo fondle. Disn't thoo see the priest's ca'd on them fellows in the night-shirts to sing us a saug ?'

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