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Railway Time Table. JULY, 1st, 1896 MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Railway Time Table. JULY, 1st, 1896 MURRURUNDI TO SYDNEY. The passenger train leaves Murrurnnrti at 1.40 pm. daily (Sunday cxceplcd), arriving at Singleton 3.59 p.m., Newcastle 6.7 p.m. and Sydney at 10 15 p.m. Tbc mail train leaves at 4.3 a.m. daily (Sunday exosptcd) arriving at .Singleton 6 2 a.m., Newcastle 7.30 a.m., sad Sydney at 11 a.ra The {ares to eaoh of the principal stations en route are as under : — I Singles Returns I Holiday Stations ' J Excursion ? 1 lei Sol lcl 2cl I Icl 8cl gdsdsdsdsdsd Blandford 10; 7 13 111 1 5 10 YVingen'... 2 SM f. 40 2 83 724 Parkville.. 3 S2S563 84 10 34 Scone ... 4 7 3 II 7 0 4 8 6 3 4 2 Aberdeen., if! 3439PG G8 G59 Muswellbk 8 053 1198 0 10 3 70 Singleton.. 14 0 0 3 21 0 14 0 13 6 12 6 \V. Maitld. 19 9'l3 3 29 C 19 9 26 0 17 6 Hijib street 19 9:13 3 29 0 20 0 26 3 17 9 E. Maitl'd. 20 0 13 C|30 0 20 3 26 918 0 Hamilton.. 23 3 15 6 34923 329 9.199 Honeye'k1e!23 6 15 6 35323 329 9j 1 9 9 Newcastle '23 UI5 3 35 323 9 31 3i21 0 Sydney ... 35 0123...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

\ General News. Parliament has been further pro S rogucd until Fobruary 25tli next. | Telegraphic advices from the West M African Gold Coast state tbut a British fl force has occupied Salaza, ua import ?iB aiit town in the Hinterland, forvstalU 9 inp: a Gurtnan expedition. I'M The Baseinn Government has de ll cided to establish a Stiito monopoly in :M connection with the sain of alcohol. 9 The plague in Bombay is increasing ;? in leverity. Last week there wrre 105 9 deaths out of 142 cases within 48 :-*| hours. .:' ??M The Beira Hallway Uoinpauy, form ,;:;M eft to construct a railway from Bcira {M to Mashonaland. in South Africa, has ?W purchased from Portugal the port and ''M town of Beira. '? ^'le ^nUr'^ States authorities have 9 decided to allot- Canadian goods and 'M supplies intended for the Yukon Gold :? Fields to pass the Alaskan frontier S without payment of duty. I The gold contained in the niochls, m vessels, chains, and other objects pre I served in the Vatican would make...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

WATERBURY WATCH COMPANY.!; WATERBURY WATCHES DIRECT FROM OUR OWN FACTORY TO THE PUBLIC. 'Half the Usual Prices charged.' jifljSai^^ BEND YOUR ORDERS TO fA% A SAUNDERS, Jeweller, ^LVHVJh G15 George Street, Sydney (opp. Railway Station) I Hi* WATCHCd!^ ^J||m a-I» *AUNI-£*- djpSt V The Wonderful WATERBURY WATCHES. 'Beware of fnudi,' who will b*11 you »ny consumptive trtieie to make » big profit. The Waterbury m tb* Cbetpect, Stronrat and aut Keliible Wttches nude. ' None to equal them in Prieo, Quality or Porlett flmekeepew.' Tbe old Favourite, 13/S; A. Sannders' price, 8/6 The New Short Wind Jewelled action, 21/-; A. Sannders' price, xi/6 Extra Quality-, Series J, Jewelled action, 27/6 ; A. Sannders' prioe, 16/6 Pure Solid Silver, Eitra JnreUed, £3/-/-; A. SanoderS' price, 37/6 Gold Waterbury, wonderful value, 6/-/-; A. Sdanden' price, £x/XS'. All ourVfsichra are regulated and adjusted to stand hard riding and knocking about 'Try one and you'll never regret it.' y^S^fcw Strong White M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

j^|rtfiYy-YyiY.vyy.v.v.Y.v.Yy.v.v.v.ycvT-^y laiA'JU^'A'A^'^lA'JtLA^LMALUA^ OyNCE\| / TIDIED j B. PASKINS, - Importer of all kinds of Musical Instruments, PJANOFORTF. AND ORGAN TUNER AND REPAIRER, SOOHTQ. Agent for all the best and well-known makes of Pianos & Organs. All kinds of Repairs executed. Moderate Charges ami Best Woik. All correspondence and enquiries address ed to Scone will receive prompt a', tention. All parts of the district visited periodically. flflTHOflYHOflPEftH'S New ? Catalogue IS NOW READY, . . . and will be sent anywhere POST FREE on application GET ONE! ANTHONY HORDERN'S, Universal Providers, HAYMARKET ONLY, SYDNEY. BBANOHBS, 65 HUNTER STREET, and mm STBEET, PLflTTSBOBG We are Sole Proprietors of tbe Celebrated Cold Climate Ferndale Creamery Butter. Write or Cal1. for Sample of our Teas. Wo do not give long credits with our Teas, and so ctn give much better value at 25 per cent, lesi co t than any other house, either in Newcastle or Sydney. Try us. PUR...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Dainty Dishes with Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Dainty Dishes with Fish. Fish Pudding*-— Ingredients : The re mains of cold fish, white sauce, a few mashed potatoes, nutmeg, pepper, and salt. Mutliod : Place the remains of the cold fish in a pie dish. Make the sauce with an ounce of butter, half-an-ounce of flour, half-a-pint of milk, and a few potatoes passed lightly through a sieve, boil for ten minutes, pour over tlie fish, grate a little nutmeg on top, and bake in a moderate oven for about half-an-hour. Suflicient for four, neonle. Baked Bream. — Ingredients : One bream, boiled potatoes, pepper, salt, nut meg, lemon juice, loz. butter, bread crumbs. Method : Skin and Hllet a good sized bream, cut the fillets into two pieces, lay them in a buttered fireproof dish, chop tlie potatoes, and place them round the fish, season the whole with the pepper, salt, nutmeg, and a squeeze of lemon juice, place the butler on top in small pieces, sprinkle breadcrumbs over all, cover with buttered paper, and bake for about half-an-hour. Serve ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The Table. Simple Savoury Dishes. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Tlie Table. Simple Savoury Dlehes. Eggs and Tomatoes. — Ingredients : Three tomatoes, two onions, two table spconfuls of chopped parsley, pepper, salt, three ounces of butter, four eggs. Mtthod : Cut the onions and tomatoes' into slices, add the parsley, pepper, and suit ; put these ingredients In a frying pan with the butter, and allow them to cook gently for twenty minutes. Poach four eggs, lay them on toast, and mask with the sauce. This is a nice break fast dish. Sufficient for four people. Stewed Potatoes.— Ingredients : Two shallots, one tablcspoonful of chopped naislev. ueDDer. salt, half-nn-ounee of Hour, ten potatoes. Method : Chop ihe onions and parsley, put it In a stewpan with half-a-pint of good stock, mix the flcur with a little cold stock or water, and add it when the contents of the saucepan boll. Parboil the potatoes, strain them, and put ineni in the stew pan to finish cooking. Serve very hot. Sufficient for four persons. Bombay Toast.— Ingredients : Toast, two egg...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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"O.K." [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

'O.K.' Among the many expressions from ' over the water ' which, duiins this cen tury, have crept into the Knulisli lan guage, we are informed, is the American expression O.K. Slang and careless people translated these letters as 'Oil knirect,' and it is singular to note how nearly correct tliis free rendition was. TlK- true oripin and meaning of the ex pression is as fnllows : — More than a centurv aero the liest tobacco and the best rum enrm- from Aux Caves (pro iiuunred O.K.). and the best of anything was designated as Aux Cayes. or O.K. In the Jackson campaign every lie that could lie inven!,»,i was invented to blacken the seneral's character, and an indorsement that lie had made, ' This is O.K.' fni'-anine the iiest), was taken by Reba Smith, and declared by him to be but an abbreviation nf the prenoral's ciistomary indorsement of papers ' orl kerrect.' Tlie Democrats took up tills statem»nt and fastened tlie mystio letters upon their banners. The mean fns ' all correct' stuck ...

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Latest Telegrams. Reuteb's Mefsaqb. SYDNEY, Friday. The delegates are beginning to leave for the meeting of the Federal Convention to be held in Melbourne. The Premier leaves on Snndty night. ' Mr. E. B. Price, Assistant Engineer for Public Works, has died from typhoid fever. The e' earner Tangier has arrived at Free mantle. She did not pick np any of the Miuora's crew. The captain rays that he heart! cries for assistance, bat the night be ing dark he could see no one, and the sea w»» too heavy to lower a boat. The Premier, while at Hamilton yester day, took occasion to roler to the support given by the Libonr Party to the Govern ment, fie said he believes that th:6 good feeling would continue so long as the Oov ernment honestly carried oat its pledges. Respecting reform of the Upper House, he said he intended to introduce a Bill during the forthcoming session, and when the Lo gielative Council threw it oat he intended to go sfrai.lit to the country on it, and tbe Le siehtive Counci...

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The Value of Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Tlie Value of CyeVng. Dr. Conun Doyle's Opinion. Our readers are well acquainted with tb(- writings of Dr. Conan Doyle, the well-known novelist. Of cycling lie says :— ?? When the spirits are low, when the day appears dafk. when work become;; monotonous, when hope seems hardly wi-rth having, just mount a bicycle, and ro out for a. good spin down the road, without tiioug-Iit of anytJiing- f.mt tilt ride you' are taking. I have, myself, ridden the bicycle most duviiiff mv prac tice as a physician «nd during my work in letters. In tlie morning or the atter licon, before or after \\ork. :\s tlie mnod nVrtHkes me, I mount tlie wiiVt-1 and am off for a tpin of a few miles up or down tin; road from my country place I can only speak words of praise for the bicycle, for I believe that its use. is commonly beneficial and not at all de trimental to health, except jn tlie matter of beginners who overdo it. ' The bicycle craze seems to me to be only In itf infancy, for probably in time we shall ...

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A Death-Bed Resurrection. ANOTHER PRESENT-DAY MIRACLE. DOCTORS BEWILDERED; FRIENDS DUMBFOUNDED. SENSATION IN PEARL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

A Death-Bed Resurrec tion. ANOThER Present-day mibaclb. DOCTORS BEWILDERED; FRIENDS DUMBFOUNDED. SENSATION IN PKARL BAY. Our reporter called at the home of Mrs. Nelson, wife of Sir. J. D. Kelson, proprietor of tbn popular Pearl Bay (Sydney) pleasure groundp, and lessee of Clontarf and its fine pavilion and surroundings. Mr. Nelson's name is admirably known in this particular, and his Wednesday evening excursions to Clontarf, and his Sunday trips to both there and Pearl Bay arc not only always well at tended, but are conducted with the greatest degree of good management and eclat. Our reporter's mission was to find out if the re norts he had heard . resnectinc Mrs. Npls.-in were true. Mis. Nelson's tuneful roicc at once proclaimed lier hearty we'eome to the scribe, and he was forthwith at ease with this most kind-hcarred of ladies. ' Do jou know that in the nast 15 years,' slie ntserved, ' I have spent £200 in tonics, cures, and patent medicines without receiv ing the slightest benef...

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The Language of Flags [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

The Language or Flags* To 'strike the 'flag' is to lower the national colours in token of submission Flaps are used as ihe symbol of rank and command, the officers usintr them being- called flag officers. Such flags are square to distinguish them from other banners. A ' flag of truce' is a white flag dis played to an enemy to Indicate a desire for a parley or consultation. The white flag is a sign of peace After a battle, parties from both sides often go out to the field to rescue the wounded or bury the dead, under ih.- protection of a white flag. The red flag Is a sign of defiance, ana is often used by revolutionists. In our service it is a mark of danger and shows a vessel to be receiving or discharging her powder. The black flag Is the sign of piracy. The yellow flag shows a vessel to be at quarantine, or is the sign of a conta gious disease. A flag half-mast means mourning Fishing and other vessels return with a flag at half-mast to announce the loss or death of some of the men...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Presence of Hind. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Presence of Hind. Colonel William R. Morrison, a well known American, has spent a great part of his career in hotels, and one of his theories has been that the mind can be so trained that a hotel fire ought not to distract .the reasoning faculties when pre-sence of mind is needed. He and his wife were aroused from their slumbers one night by an alarm. The hotel in which they had their rooms was afii-e, and there was great confusion and' tumult among the guests. Now, . my dear,' said the Colonel 'don't get excited. Put on all your indispensable apparel and take your time. Don't lose your head. Just watch me.' He calmed Mrs. Morrison's anxiety banded her the articles necessary to her teliet, put on his collar and cuffs, took his watch from under his pillow, and placed it in his vest pocket, put on his hat, and walked with Mrs. Morrison out of the burning building into the street 'Now, my dear,' he said, when they were safe, ' don't you see what a grand thing it is to keep cool and act...

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The Sketcher. A Russian Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

The Sketcher. A Russian Story. A writer, well acquainted with Russia, tells the following i'uMe iu the ' Tag liche Uuuds-chau' :— There was once a Kussian named Diuiitri Diiuiaiewitch— there or there abouts, lie occupied a tolerably poiver ful Govemiuoui position iu a certain Uussiau country towu— iu fact, he was a son of gloritied county councillor, lie loved wine, woman, and bong, pariku iaiiy woman. Al&o cards aud horses. These (jualities he shared with all other Russian (jiOVCriilUent olH--i:iU 4-n^ .iftur. noun he went, .-is he usually did, to take tea with the lovely widow, Alexandra. Wassilye-ma, who received him, con trary to her usual custom, with a sad and depressed manner. With tender anxiety lie asked the reason of her sad ness. ' Dhnitri,' she replied, bursting into tears, 'you know now passionately 1 love music ; aud 1 have no piano ! And wheu you are away 1 have no solace, uo— -' ' Siy sweet little strawberry ! Sun of my existence ! You know you never ex press...

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Small Debts Court. Wednesday, 12th January, 1898. (Before Messrs. G. R. EVANS, P.M., and R. SIMSON, J.P.) W. DONE V. A. ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Small Debts Court. Wednesday, 12th January, 1898. (Before Messrs. -5. R. Evans, P.M., aud B. Simson, J.P.) W. DONE V. A. ROBERTSON. Claim £4 7s Set, goods fold and delivered. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with 5s csie. W. DONE V W. COOPER. Claim £4 4s, being rent £1 10s ; in surance, £2 Cs 6d; firewood, 7s Gd. Defendant admitted his indebtedness as to the amount of 7s Cd for firewood, but denied owing the other two amounts, and put in a set-oft to tbe amount of 11s for goods supplied. Tbe case arose out of the transfer ot the store business purchased by the defendant from tbe plaintiff. Af'-er bearing tbe evidence tbe Bench non-suited tbe plaintiff.'

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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A Pretty Pretender. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

A Pretty Pretender. A short time ago, says the ' ReaJm, there arrived In Paris a quiet, middle aged msin calling himself Prince de Bourbon, anfl the legitimate heir to the French Throne. He, of course, was con sidered Insane ; but those who are familiar with Parisian life during the last decade know that the soi-disant Princi- de Bourbon is none other than Ci:unt Roger de Mo)en de la Vernfdes, who was sentenced to ten years' hard '.abour for attempted murder. After seeking in vain to marry an American heiress, the Count de Jiolen Had to con tent himself with the daughter of a l-ich French chemist. In tlie eyes of Count de Molen's family, notwithstanding the immense fortune of the bride, his mar riage was looked on as criminal. Tlie day after tlie wedding the happy bride groom transferred £2000 of his wife's 'dot' to one of hfs friends In the demi monde, and spent as much of the re mainder as he could in rlotious living. At length, after being frequently as saulted, his wife went hom...

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LARCENY OF A SADDLE AND BRIDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

LARCENY OF A SADDLE AND BRIDLE. Frederick Carlton was charged with having on or about tbe 30th Decem ber, 1897, stolen a saddle and bridle, the property of one James Lloyd, of Ardglen. This charge arose out of tbe former one, tue saddle and bridle being on the pony which accused was there charged with having stolen. The evidence was almost identioal with that taken in the previous case, and tbe accused, who elected to be summarily dealt with, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment in Mur rurandi Goal.

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In Bond age. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

In Bondage. Her eyes were wild, her hair was in disorder, her face was flushed, her hands were clinched. She was a deeplyIn jured and desperate woman. ' Oh. cruel one,' she cried, in anguished tones, ' 1 have borne with you too long ! You have injured the very foundatiuns of my being ! Day by day you have tortured me, and yet I could not bear to give you up. When first we met, how your ease and polish attracted me ! When you became my own, how my friends envied me ! But your understanding- is too small for my large soul ! Vau are op posed to my advancing myself. You hav-» injured my standing in society. If we had never met I might have walked in peace. So now begone ! We part for ever.' There was a moment's convulsive breathing, a gritting of teeth, and a sharp sigh. It was all over. By a supreme effort she had pulled off her new shoe.

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Stock Boards' Council of Advice. REPLIES RE HOMEBUSH SHILLING CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Stock Boards' Council of Advice. BEPLIES' RE HOMEBUSH SHILLING CHARGES. A meeting of the Executive Com mittee of tbe Stock Boards' Council of Advice was held at tbe office of tbe Chief Inspector of Stock on Thursday. Mr. W. Alison presiding. A large amonnt of correspondence was sub mitted, principally referring to the circnlar issued by the Board on 25th November last to the various Stock Boards ia the colony asking for an ex pression of opinion in regard to tbe iui|jutuuuu vf- iiuu oiocKOwnere as sociation of a charge of one shilling per head on all cattle sold through tbe flomebnsh yards, for tbe purpose of paying for cattle condemned on account of disease. Out of 65 Boards in the colony the Council has np to date received re plies from 29 Boards. An analysis of these replies shows that 25 Boards are opposed to the action of the Stook owners' Association, and consider that the decision arrived at by the meet ing ot delegates held in Sydney iu 189$, ' That all fat etook sold at Hoi...

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Au Electric Compass. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

Au Electric i'oinpitss. A New York electrician is understood to he negotiating with the Navy De partment in regard to a compass of his invention, which he claims will avert all danger of collisions at sea. The com pass is connected with a very powerful magnet, which Is also in connection will' the ship's dynamo. The moment a ship enters the magnetic field of the vessel carrying the compass, which is calcu lated at about six miles, the needle is deflected. The deflection closes an elec tric circuit, which rinsrs an alarm bell anu gives warning tu ine nppruaun ui the other vessel. The magnet is pre vented from affe.-ting the ship's steerins.1 compass by a fence of narrow strips o' brass around the compass. The hivi-nt'.' says the id--a sprung out of an ixpr rience of his own on hoard an ocean steamer. He was looking at tlie coir, pass when lie noticW that the neerlU shook ami turned half-way round. Ih askod an L-xpl a nation of tin- captain, who. pointing to a steamer four mil';- off,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 January 1898

11 IMITATION iithe S1NCERKST FLATTERY.' The articles most imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHEE'S PILLS. WHY 7 BECAUSE they have tbe beet reputation and are mot in demand by tbe public, con sequently every dishonest trader tries to trade on their fame and renown. It is really wonderful that the Australian people are so slow to see tbe truth »g regards tbe unscrupulous quacks and charlatans who prey on the credulity of the Australian public Scarcely a week ever passes but what the press exposes the barefaced and shsmefol practices of some of these harpies yet,. in face of *11 they seem tp thrive, and the paper who hounds them down most thrives fattest on their advertisements and cracks champagne over each balance-sheet. Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills have never yet stooped to deception aud misrep resentation. They ara scientific therapeu tical agents, and evidence as to their value can be found in every dis'rict, and such being the oase it is unnecessary to farther extol thei...

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