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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

LONIWiW. During a di ''»--f ion iti ihe House of Com .mKir. Mr. (Jt-, stop-: and Mr. Disraeli said .ilUi.'-ugh --.re:;, i-liij jircvailcd in Europe, in uuences exist- .1 which indicated great troubles, sooner or later, particularly with rccaiii --i Srisnifh efficers. The T~iim-r-fi$.?rtrRry for Foreign A(T-.'-, ''?'? r i''i';'B -'^?'?- lio. pom cr contct.;.:I'i:i-.'. araieii iutervruioa, ast would rather .'.i;- A resolution was moved in the House of Commons, approving of Govermiient decid ing to annex Fiji, upon which an amend. incut urging caution was moved. Both were rejected. Mr. Gladstone spoke strongly against in curring responsibility. Mr.Lowther declaredlhatthecession of Fiji must be unconditional, as domestic slavery could not be tolerated. The Bill to restrain -!ie practice of ritual ism in the Church of England was passed through all its stages. Lord Pcnzanee has accepted a Judgeship,

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

MELB0DRKH. In the Assembly a ran vr coi.tiOenco motion has lieen tnbl-iri. ?- .^ectirri; t! u recon struction of the Gornr.'niitnt. A resolution in f.iroj ,of tbe payment of members was wssed. '

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Carandini Concerts. (To the Editor of the Murrurundi Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

Tlic CaruiiitaiBi Concerts. (To the Editor of the Murruruxdi Times.) Sir,— As an attendant at the Cniiin.lini Concerts on Monday and Tuesday evening--*. I was pained to see the want of good foul ing and respect shown towards the Fingers bv two or three young persons present. Talking and laughiug while some of the lady members of the Company were sint;. ing, I take to be exceedingly nlrjectionaMt nnd unbecoming. Mure especially was this so, when it was disccrnabli: that the singers iMticcd it, and exhibited a feeling of niinovaiicc nt tho want of courtesy ?sVvrii ih.»-.. If l-is i-.'!-i1.;ri!iS r,f tK- i ??-(? ^ v iit, ;,'n.b.-iy M f-itilf. thsn ihc:n v.. ? t-f niii,-- .excise fi-i1 iUtliA ttt.Teer' ii'., '--it «ii :. 'ii« M'ii.c!i'iiiS were :'?-'?', in a niHiUK-r wliitii ci'i-.vjyi-d, jit r-it- . !!.- lush Hutu i.f iiiiin'i.il (f.ar! ,-ittair, j l.y tin; t-cialislS; it :'-. ein.-.itiii^ i-..!i «(,:;( Hi attention crmld be indulged in. Kven when Madam Cnraiidini sang that favorite ol...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

(fomsjjon&nrre. CoiitriJtifioiis iirnsf !-c accompanied with the real name and address of Ok Correspon dent, noi necaaarity for publication, but ot an earnest of good faith to Ihe Editor. Itii distinctly to be bfrne in mind that- we ik no', by interring letters, convey an opinion favorable to their cvnlenls. Wt open out columns to all without leaning to any. atui thus supply a channel far the publication of opinions of all shades.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Tin [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

%UX ©IT. Mkmokakdum of tiu ore forwarded from the Murrurondi llailway Station, bv W. E. Potts and Co, from July 30th to August 6th, for and on account of : — Bags 'tons cwt, qrs. lbs. Commercial Bank 229 12 HOC TingahT.M.C. 148 6 O 2 20 J. Moore ... ... 81 4 4 2 19 W. H. Kimonis & Co 73 4 4 2 21 Sydner T.M.C-... 74 4 3 3 21 C. Hob ? CO 3 6 2 4 Gilchrist, AVatt.4: Co.tiO *? 0' 2 ' 6 Total ? T4B B8 11 0 19 Mcisrs. T. B. Perry and Co., report having forwarded this week : — Dags tons cwt. qrs. lbs, F. D. Sawkins G KG 37 2 I 8 6

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FREE SELECTOR'S BUTTER, OR JOINTLE M.FURTLE'S TRIP TO MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

THB FKSB SELECTOU'8 BUTXEE, OB ' 40IKXLE M-FCUTLE'S TBIP TO MOSSJ VALE. I CBT P. 3EFFEKS0K WALLACE.] -' -' fix the early daye of the settlement of Bui-' rnwang, the hardy selectors who followed tlie course of Mr. Hanrahon's brusn-lion'k had, as many of your readers are aware, many tflinii.nHi.iB tn rn'Atelld with. Rv no Ult'.inH She least of these -difficulties was the very rude and all but impassable state of the road from the iringwarribee tiwamu to Moss Vn.'e. ?Amongst the first batch of selectors in that 'region of fern and sassafras was a very v.d ?acquaintance of mine, well kuuwn ?? duwii ilie Xnountaiu' by the tnubriqutt of Juinllc M-Furtle— a title given him on account of a favorite saying of his. ' Troth, man dear.' he was often heard to say, ' l'hon tumber on the Wingeeis atcrrortoman. Kurtle juintle red it all aft a man beetle have as much money as would fill' Loch Erin.' To keep things going, my friend used to take a keg of butter to Mom Vale occasionally, on a quadruped...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, Friday. August, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

©clcflf^ljic lutcllinciuc. [FBOM OUB TELEGE4PHI0 COBBESrOX DENT8.] SVDNEV, Friday, August ', 8 p.m. FAT cattle are unaltered. Best beef is sell ing at 21s. per 100 lbs. Sheep market firm. Wethers, 16s. In the Supreme Court, Walker verna the proprietors of the Uanlesburg timei, for libel, the defendants agreed to a verdict , forty shillings (40s.), and forty pounds -£.?? ? costs. There have been one hundred ond !,:,7 convictions for cruelty to animsV ;. . ,:ig t : past year. '

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original [?]. WEEP NOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

$rifji»al ftoffeji. WEEP SOT.' VTecp not for jm-, roj mother, Tho' death nf lot must be, ?Bee ray Almighty Father It! smiling down on me. Oh ! look my mother, «ee. Bee how he backon* me, And, oh r I cannot mother, Itcfuse my Uod for thec. Oh I woep not darling mother, Death* cold wan face to see. 'God stands beside him mother, With outstretched arms to me. Oil .' sweetest mother, roc, *!afc iii thcwi) annis I'll be,— Oli 1 vou would not, my mutter, Hefuge our God for idc. ? ; Oh ! weep not, Nearest mother, The mist gathers round me, — Death's clood of darkness, mother, Soon, soon, 'twill surround me. Oh! darling mother see, ?bee my God awaiting me, And all my pain, sweet mother, Is portiug'herts from thee. .Newcastle.

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Further Sarbarons Forture of a Chinese Actor. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

[?] The distinguished Chinese actor, Yang yueli-iuh, formerly of the ?'' Peking Theatre,' Shanghai — whose somewhat romantic marriage and the tortures and punishment which followed it. at the hands of the Chclisieu, under the pressure of the powerful relatives of tlie wife, our renders will remember — was, we are told, transferred to Soong-kiang, for what reason in not explained, and brought up for exaiuinatiou befure tho court there. He there retracted the confession that had beeu tortured out of him by the Shanghai niagUlrute ; but beiu£ again tortured and subjected to 200 blows of tho bamboo, he was fain to renew his con fession. He was next sent on to Soochow, and was then brought up for examination before the Criminal Judge of the province, iu whose presence Le declared that the forme confessions were wrung out of him by torture, uud that they were altogether untrue. As he firmly adhered to this rc tractiou, h- was again remitted to Sooug kiang for further investigation. Will l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sobernment Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

?©flfrfrumnit ganb Salrs. At the Police Office, Singleton, on Satur rfny, August 29tfi, 1874 :— Cuiimy li-t«, A of 41 acroa 1 rood, county of Durlinni, yari-h of Uiiwivk, ailjaeeul to ihe uurthem Eh uuuary of J. Wedderliunt'a 25G0 acres, and the southern and eautern fouundarirK of P. M'Donald's cunJitional purcliBM) of 40 acres, pcrtiuii 70 j 13, 40 aort*, couuty vt Hunter, narisli of firiliit. adi.,iniiii!- ihe ?ouljieru boundary of \V; J. Baxter's cmi ditioual purchawuflf 4fNicres, No. 31, Ex clusively of a road 1 clmiii *ii!e. Sclcctc-d hyjamcn Praaer. Last advertlHtd '£i\h M'j, i«/*} U^.131 acr*B 2 rooda 24 perches, cmaAybf Jfortliumlierland, parish «f Woliomti, jBdjoiuTnp the nutlheni ' boundary of J. Cobcroft's 175 scree 2 roo.ls, Ho. 70f nii'3 the eastrrn licundarv *-i Festus Tong'n 500 acres. Upset prici, £1 far acre. Suburban Lota, three of 5 acres 1 r««J 8 perchcn, 5 acres 2 roods 35 {wrrhes, and 6 acres 2 roods 12 perches, rt»pecliv«!y,.'iii *'ie coantv cf 'Jnrhin. pv. -....

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Murruandi Post Office. MAILS GOING NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

Murrurundi Post Office. MAILS GOING NOTRTH. Mails for Wallabadah. Goonoo Goonoo, Tam- worth. &c, close every day (Monday ex- cepted) at 12.30 p.m.   Mails for Quirindi, Breeza, Pine Ridge and Gunnedah, close every Tuesday and Saturday at 12.30 p.m. Mails for Yarraman and Tambar Springs close every Sunday at 9.30 p.m. MAILD GOING SOUTH. Mails for Scone, Musclebrook, Singleton, Maitland, Newcastle, Sydney, &c, close every day (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p.m.   Also, every morning (Sunday excepted) at 8.30, mails are despatched to Scone, Musclebrook, East and West Maitland, Singleton, and Newcastle ; and every Tuesday and Friday mornings for Syd- ney at 9.30. Office hours on Sunday from 2 to 3 p.m. J. S. ARNOTT,     Postmaster.  

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Female suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

Female Suffrage. It was ???? thought that after the death of the ???? mist and philosopher. JOHN       STUART ???? we should hear very little   more on the question of female sufferage, inas-   much as to ???? and advocacy was attri- butable mostly to the importance given to it   when first brought by him under the con- sideration of the British Parliament some seven or eight years ago. The agitation, however, though considerably abated, has not yet entirely subsided ; and an effort has lately been made in the House of Commons by one of the surviving disciples of the great thinker to revive the question in the publi ? uuiid r.rd the public press, in order thatkaiiyipnce more be discussed in the light o£ iiiSne: consideration and maturer thought JSaU time, however, the matter Sias keen -received with -an indifference coa trasting singularly with the warmth mani fested on its being first brought forward in t...

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[?]Quarter Sessions. [?] (Before His Honor, Judge Meymott.) [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

NARRABRI QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY 27TH JULY 1874 (Before His Honour, Judge Maymott.) (Abridge Agent at Newcastle Herald.) The Quarter Sessions opened at 10a.m. on Monday morning. The bar wns represented by Mr. Rogers, Crown Prosecutor. Mr. R. W. Thompson was the only solicitor present. HORSE STEALING. George White was arraigned on a charge of stealing a horse, the property of Dr. de   Lepervanche on 25th May last. and   pleased not guilty. The prisoner was undefended. The jury found prisoner guilty of il- legally using. Tlie police records showed prisoner to have been found guilty of a like offence on a previous occasion, to wit at Tam- worth, under an alias, and his Honor sen- tenced him to four months' imprisonment in Narrabri gaol.   ASSAULT. Thomas Murphy pleaded no guilty to the charge that he did at Dumble, beat, wound, and ill-treat one Charles Macna marra, on the 27ih June last. Mr. R. W. Thompson appeared for the defence. His Honor sum...

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Suspension of school [?]. Decision or the Council of Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

Suspension of School Teachers Decision of the Council of Education. Though not yet officially known, it is cur- rently reported that the following is the de- cision of the Council of Education in refer- ence to the charge against the committee of the Teachers' Association, for publishing strictures on the conduct of certain of the   higher officers of the Council of Education :— Mr. Bridges, of the Fort-street Model Schools, to be suspended for two months, without pay. Mr. Adams, of the Botany-street Wesleyan School to be suspended for two months, without pay. Mr. Matthews, of the Glebe Public School, to be suspended for three months, without pay ; and then to be removed to a country school. Mr. Kealey. of the Paddington Church of England Denominational School, to be sus- pended for three months, without pay. The above are the four leading members— viz., president, rice-president secretary, and treasurer of the Teachers' Association, and thereby the more prominent on th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

THERE have been heavy floods at Brisbane. Good news have been received from Mandy   Creek, Palmer River, where one party (Ratemon's) in four weeks, are said to have obtained six hundred and seventy (670) ounces of gold. Flour selling there at £30 per ton.   The Forbes rivers are rising, and there is every appearance of heavy thanks. In the Divorce Court the case of Spiller v. Spiller was adjourned till the 20th instant.

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[?]erture on Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

Lecture on Marriage. The following is an outline of the   lecture delivered by Mr. G. G. Brodie, J.P., at the School of Arts, on Tuesday evening, the 28th ultimo, on the above subject :— What joyous and delightful associations are connected with that word, which pri- marilv represents to our minds, the ??of   uniting life in the holy bond of   matrimony, to individuals who ???? for each other ???? love and esteem. Although a word of unpretending appear- ance and a host of pleasant memories does it evoke a ???? bridegrooms and blushing brides--proud fathers, and tender loving mothers—memories of pretty, timid bridesmaids, enveloped in muslin, sweet - teresting creatures, with whom attendant swains, catching the nuptial spirit 0f the hour seem inclined to perpetrate matri- mony on the spot — visions also of wedding feasts, where joy and pleasure reign supreme ; and then remembrances of the departure of the happy pair to   enjoy the b...

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Qnipolly. August 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

Quipolly. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 4. RAIN here, which has caused a fresh in the creek. I believe shearing will not begin at Walhollow for a month yet. There was a very severe frost here on Sunday night. A man named Woods met with an accident   the other day, and got the cap of his knee   injured, through his horse rolling over him. I have not heard the full particulars, so cannot say how he is getting on.   Will you kindly answer the following ques- tion, viz. :— A selects an allotment of land, and does not reside on it, or make the improvements required by the Act. can B go and select the same land, before it is proclaimed forfeited by Government ? [The land referred to must be declared   forfeited in the Government Gazette, before it can he again selected.— £D., M. T.]

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Muswellbrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

Muswellbrook. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] The half -yearly general meeting of the mem- bers of the School of Arts took place in the hall. Mr. W. Bowman, who was in the chair, apologised for the absence of the president, Sir. F. White. The report as subjoined was adopted on the motion of tho Rev. J. S. Laing :- Fifteenth Half-Yearly Report of the Mus- wellbrook School of Arts. In submitting this fifteen half-yearly report for your adoption. it will, no doubt, be   a very great pleasure to the members to learn that the institution still continues to prosper. Shortly after entering office your commit- tee gave their attention to your recommenda- tion with reference to increasing the stock of books in the library, and after making a careful classification and select despatched an order to Mr. C E. Mudie, 0f London, (to- gether with a bank draft for £100), to supply   the institution with books to that amount.   Doubtless this order will receive the u...

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West Maitland. August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

West Maitland, [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] August 1. ELECTION FOR WEST MAITLAND.--Mr.   Benjamin Lee, our late member, having reaped the reward of his labours in support- ing Mr. Parkes through the many vicissitudes of the past session in Parliament, by being appointed Police Magistrate of Bathurst, his seat has been declared vacant. up to the present there are only two candidates in the field ; Mr. L. W. Levy, of the firm of D. Cohen and Co., and Professor Hamilton ; and in all probability they are the only gentleman who will contest the election. Judging from public opinion, the result will be an easy victory for Mr. Levy. The Professor made a very bad start in his candidature on Wednes- day evening, by calling a public meeting at the Albert Hall, which was crowded, and then treated the electors very cavalierly, by re- fusing to hold forth, giving as his reason, that the larrikin element was too strongly re- presented, and there was no reporter present. Mr. Levy addres...

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Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] MR. and Mrs. Bates have completed a most successful season at the Theatre Royal. They are to appear for two nights more, after which the theatre will be closed for a short time. The subject of Spiritualism is occupying the attention of our citizens lately, and a number of able letters have appeared, in the local press anent the subject. The favorite steamer Kembla still con- tinues to run her regular trips, and is being well patronized by the general public.   The accounts of the Waratah Municipal     Council are to be transferred from the city       to the branch of the ??? Stock Bank opened at Lambton. Intelligence has been received from the   lighthouse at Port Stephens to the effect that   a large deck house belonging to a vessel of some 500 tons had been washed ashore on the rocks near the island ?? use con- tained a number of bla???. This...

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