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

Singleton. (From the Singleton Argus, August 5.)   THE WEATHER.---The cold weather     seemed to have returned in all its vigour on Friday and Saturday last. Both these days were wet throughout, and the prevalence of a strong westerly gale, which was at its greatest force on Friday night, did not tend   to improve the general uncongenialty of the time. The. three previous days were fine, and the temperature mild, but on Thursday evening a slight rain set in and continued with but little cessation up till Saturday night, giving signs of further continuance. The river rose slightly on Saturday night,   and became very muddy. The violent wind   gradually died away into a gentle breeze, taking with it the rain and clouds and Sun- day morning was ushered in by bright and fine weather ????           the preceding days. It has ???   &am...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The Fast Scene in an Obentful History. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 8 August 1874

The Last Scene in an Eventful History. THOMAS MAHER, claimant tot the Buckley   Estates, died (reports the Evening Herald) last evening in Melbourne gaol, where he was awaiting his trial on the charge of forging the will under which he advanced his claim. Maher was a helpless invalid from paralysis, when he first brought for- ward his title now about a year ago, and has been in the same condition ever since. He could not walk, and always had to be carried about. Since his committal to gaol, in May, he has been continually in bed or on on easy chair especially made for him. On Sunday last he became worse, and learned that he had probably but a very few oays live. Being of the Human Catholic religion, he asked to see a priest, and Father Lordan received his confession. On Monday he became sense- less, and continued in the same state until nine o'clock on Monday night, when he died. The gaol-register shows opposite his name that he was 60 years of age, six feet high, a nat...

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

Death of Reebie. WE are sorry to learn that Mr. Alex. Reevie, the unfortunate man whom Mr. Bennett so nobly attempted to save from a watery grave on Monday in last week, died this morning at his residence, Sussex- street, The deceased was a strong, robust man, about 30 years of age, a moulder by trade, but for some years past a soldier in the Indian army, and entitled by his services to a pension. He arrived in the colony very recently by the Tartar, and, owing to some mistake of the authorities, his pen- sion was forwarded to New Zealand, thus leaving him in indigent circumstances. He was unconscious from the time of his rescue (8 p.m.) until 3 o'clock the fol-   lowing morning, but from that time to the hour of his death was in possession of all   his faculties. He was assiduously at- tended by Dr. Alston who, on one oc- casion remained with him for seven con- secutive hours. We understand that Mr. Bennett visited him at the last moment, and that the dece...

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

Local and General News THE WEATHER. — The highest mountains in sight from the town were covered with , snow on Sunday last, it being on the moun- tains towards Scone till sundown, and on the Liverpool Range, to the west, until midday. In town the atmosphere vras very cold, ren- dering mufflers, great coats. &c, very com- fortable appendages to clothing. During the rest of the week the weather has been dull and cold, and ice has been very plentiful. On Tuesday slight showers fell in town, while the neighbourhood of the Willow Tree was visited on that day with a snow storm.   A traveller made some small snow-balls when passing and brought them into town. On Wednesday a heavy fall of hail occurred be- tween the Willow Tree and Quirindi, the stones lying ou the ground for some time afterwards. Periodical showers fell most of the day ?????       THE AUSTRALIAN SKETCHER.--This       &amp...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

J.mi)0imitiUflS. (.From the Oaremment 6/asette.) Imfodnded ot Murrurundi, on the 3rd day of August, 1874, from Chilcott's Creek, by Mr. E. Hall ; enm due at dnte of notico set after each fcnimal :— Bay more, S over M near shoulder, joints ofi tail, aged, 15 hands, 1OB. ; bay horse, cu over indistinct brand near shoulder 6 years, 15 J hands, 10s. ; '.bay mare, EE near shoulder, square taiJ, 4 years, 14 hands, 10s. ; black horse, indescribable brand near shoulder, scar off Joins, 5 years, xv iiuuuo, ins. jiibo. on same date, from Glen Dhu, by J. A. and D. Arndell, Esqs. : — Skewbald horee, indescribable brand like VK in one near shoulder, 5 years, 15 bands, 15s. 6d.— J. Robertson. Impounded at Bendemeer, on the 29th day of July, 1874, from Bendemeer, by order of F. G. Perry, Esq., J.P. :— Yellow poley cow, nenr ear cropped, H near rump, like T near thigh. Also, on the 30th, from Rimbanda, by R. A. G. Stitt, Esq. ; damages and driving, 6s. each : — Chestnut mare, 6tar, long tail, off h...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Agents for the "Murrurundi Times." [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

Afi-ents tor tne ' Murruruudi Times.' Gunned ah ? Mr. J. Bridge. Pine Ridge ? „ J. Cock. QtJIRINDI ? „ J. BOSS. Wallabadah ... „ E. C. Dettmcr. Muewellbbook ... „ P.. S. Luscombs. Sni-GLETON ? , J. Willis. Maitland ? „ B, Tipper. Tevtkbfield: ? „ E. R. whereat. Glen Iknes ? „ fi. J. Marshall. Sydney ? Messrs. Gt-evflle & Co. Melboubke ... „ Gordon & Gotcb. Bbisbake . ... „ Slater & Co. London ? Mr. Thos. Holloway, 633 Oxford-street. . -. MEBBtWA ? } Scone ? - Agents Wanted. Newcastle ? J ? The above-named gentlemen are authorised to receive Advertisements, Subscriptions/and moneys on my behalf, and their receipt will be a sufficient discharge. THOMAS B. BOYCE. Alnmirvndi lima Office, April 11th, 1874. Printed and Published by THOMAS B. BOYCE, Sole Proprietor, »t bis General Printing Office, Mayne-Btreet, Murra rundi, in the colony ot N«' &-?& Wales.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Tin [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

Sin ®w. Memorandum of tin ore forwarder! from the Murrurnndi Ilailway Station, by W. E. Potts and Co.. from fith August to August 12th, for and on account of ; — Bags tons cwt. ors. .lbs, Sydney T.M.C. ... 177 10 6 1 19 Commercial Bank 167 8 2 1 6 Bank New South -Vales .... 76 4 G 3,-4 J.ilobre ? CB S IB 0 ' 9 Tingah T.M.C. Bfi 3 0 0 0 Scotia T.M.C. ... 43 2 4 2 11 Total ? 670 31 14 0 20 ? :o:-^— Messrs. T. B. Perry aud Co. report having Iorwarded this week :— Bags tons cvrt. qra. ibs. F. D.Sawkins,GNG 13 1 2 0 28 Torrens T.M.C., P. 1*. Wright ? 147 8 11 3 1 Aiulcy, a produce merchant, hus been sen tenced \a threa years for forgery.

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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

Conditional §urr^itsts. The following conditional pnrciinses were made at tho LaudB OOice on Thursday last:— C.itbcrine Barry, 50 acres, county of Buck land, pnrisli of Borambil. ad'joininK tbe western boundary of her conditional jrmrcbacQ, No. W. _ ? . . .. 'Alexander l\ceni 10& acres, county o£ Bv.ck land, parish of Borambil, being Thoinns Bushell's forfeited selection, about nine. chains easterly from Hales 327 acres, being portion 88. James Heading, 320 acres, county of Buck land, parish of Gurmadilly, being James Heading's forfeited selection of 320 acres. No. C, George Foster, ISOacreB, county of Buekland, parish of Guimadilly, being Robert Priugle's forfeited conditional purchase, No. 8. ''? '' Patrick Purcell, 40 acres, county of Brisbane, parish unnamed, adjoining his additional conditional purchase of 40 acres, made on 8th August, 1872; and James taw rence's conditional purchase, and start ing from a corner tree marked XXIV. Patrick Purcell, 40 acres, county of Bri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

Found \/\ 1 AfeLACE COAT, coiitaiaingfiUt^, ic, addressed to Mr. WII.LIAiPA'ALBU The owner tan have the same by applying at this o!Ece. Supplies far Shoarir.g / ARE SOLD AT rftlfW.'EST KA1IES Sil J . 7 ? — y__- ? -f-~, A'fiHWOQI), fo/nerlr woiking for/aie, -ci- pbiise call At Biclhan/, betweeBjl8lh and 2i*:*'ii August 1 haviAwmk will suit you I'EItCy P. WIUGUT. ~ ZTotics. V TF WILLIAJI dlBBf5N does not call and X pay the accoinit iu owes we for borud and lodging and attendance, wjJJim fourteen days from this 'date, thJ goqcrebelonging to him, whicli I have now li^y jwssession, will lie sold at his risk fartiyilitjate the same. ?» ? joiin moxho, ' JBorambil Ornek, August 16th, 1871. ?T1 EKDKES will be received up U the 20th 1 ina'-.-int for Driving 27,000 .Slu^p from .io?kw.icjt;. :Mihi Creul^ o\ir Araiiilslc, to !-:^r^n \'r.ie, near Miivr^iidi ; aud fame -1 ?mv.'-tr back, after . sheaniia at jier 1000^ J 11 J r'U'trji'i} required. ''V / r.T.dtrd i--i state proposed roiue. \f ' F. H....

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Original Doctry. THE IMMORTAL SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

#ri-jmal |J0ttrg. THE IMMORTAL SOUL. When boldness wraps this suffering da;*. Ah 1 whither strays the immortal miud ? H cannot die. it cannot stay, . -* ?? . - But leaves it darkened dust behind ; Then unembudicd doth it trace, ? — ? By steps, each pUuiet's heavenly way, ; . Or till at once the TeainnB of space, « A thing of eyes that all survey. ? * Eternal, lxraB&ess, undecayed, ' A thoucht unsceu, but seeing all, All, all in earth or sties displayed, Shall it survey, shall it recall, Each fainter trace that memory holds, So darkly of departed days, In one broad glance the soul beholds, And all that was at race surreys. Before creation peopled earth, . Its eyes shall roll through chaos back, And where the furthest heavens bad birth, The spirit trace its rising track ; And where the future mars or mates, l!= glance dilate overall to be. IViiile sun is quenched or system breaks, Fiicd in its own eternity. Abocewirlove, hope, hate, or fear, It lives all passionless and pure, ...

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"WHIPPIN' THE CAT." [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

*\VHIPriN' THE CAT.1' IBt P. Jeffeesok Wallace.] On the floor of his gunyah so cold and damp, By the flickering flare of an eld slush lamp, Dejected and lonely a sawyer sat. And sadly he mused as lie 'whipped the *' Oh ! why did I visit that wretched crib Kept by that ruffian, Timothy Flibb ? Where the barmaid o£ iis'n, with he: coaxing way, Enticed me to stop all the livelong day Till I got boozed up ; but her coaling 6train Will not get me on that there lay again. Oh ! why did I guzzle that vile rot-gut, And get my pbizog so horribly cut, And my nose knocked crooked— my lip puffed up, Till it looks like that of a poisoned pup, And I yowl like a dingo with terrible pain ? By thunder! I'll never get drank again. My brain feels ready to burst iu two And horrible symptoms of devils blue Begin *o creep on me — myhandUthevFhake — At the fall of a leaf I tremble and quake, And cold, ciasamj sweat oozes from my brow — Ahi ion't I feel. iwfulh- wretched just now I For should I my facilitie...

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Diocese of Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

giorxsc of gJciwrastlc. From a short account of Church Work, iu the Diocese of Newcastle, iu 1873, published by order of the Synod, we ex- I tract the following interesting iteniB -. — i CASSJUS AND MEBRIWA. I It will be seen frtru tbe lists of contri- j tuitions that largei\sums have been col- j lected in this extensive district for 1873 I than in »ny form*year. Through the I Parochial Church i|ia-i sufficient has been raised, in addition to the £100 granted by the Diocesan Council, to provide the stipends of two Clergymen without any caU for additional contributions. This eucoeM is, under God to be attributed to ' the zeal of those laymen who undertook ! ilie work-of «o)Jection. £31 14s. Id. have been contributed to tli2 Clergy Widows' and Orphan* Fund. £13 Jos. 6d. of this | amount consisting of thank offerings de- ! voted at the time of churching, a practice j by which the givers have been enabled to : realize that thoir offering is one.of tliauk fulness and a*t a tee. The avera...

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Lecture an Comets. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

Swtow jon Coitttts. As interesting snd instructive lecture on the above subject, was delivered in the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday evening;, by rlie presi dent, the Hev. J. S.' White, M.A., L.L.I)., to an audience of upwards of thirty persons. Mr. €. J. Mountain occupied the chair, and introduced tiie rev. lecturer. Dr. White commenced his discourse by observing that comets in all apes had been regarded as objects of awe and wonder, and were always looked upon as being the fore runners of great calamities. Even at the present time, when astronomy had made vast progress, and the constitution and functions of comets had been well ascertained, they ave still regarded by many as notifying un usual disturbance in sublunary things. With in the last few days a comet had been visible, and various speculations had been rife con cerning it. Comets were generally supposed to be of a calamitous character. One that appeared a few years ago, it was stated, would give the world a shock and rui...

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Reserbes from Sale for Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

Utsrrbes fxom Salt for SEaier His Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, directs it to be notified, thai in pursuance of the provisions of the 4th section of (he Crown Lands Alienation Act of 18G1, the land specified in the schedule appended hereto shall be reserved from sale for the preser vation of water supply. LIVEBPOOL I-LAINS DISTRICT. No 714. County of Pottinger, parish of Nonibi, Nombi Run, Girrawillie Creek snd Nombi Creek, 1440 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on Girrawillie Creek, at the north east corner of portion 29, parish of JJorubi ; and bounded thence on the west by a Hue forming partly the east boun dfiriuB uC lllHl poitN-.i r.nJ portions 00, 01, 32, 33, and 34, bearing- south' about 4i miles, to Nombi Creek ; on the south by that creek easterly about 40 chains ; on the east by a line north, distant half a mile east from the west boundary, about 4| miles to Girrawillie Creek j and on the north by that ...

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Maitland Markets. MR. M. MOORE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

Sftaitlancr Elarkts. MR. M. SIOOEE'S REPORT. Hoy. — fuere has been io change in this commodity siDce my last report. Maize is firm at from 3s. 6d. to 3s. 9d. per bushel. Flour, from £10 to £16 per ton. Bran aud Pollard. — There is a good de mand for both of these commodities. Quotations, £5 10s. to £6 10s. per ton. 1 could place anv quantity at these figures. Tallow remaiuB at £26 to £28 per ton. Hides. — The local demand continues, and full rates are obtained. Skins, from od. to 6^d. per lb. Cheese.— There is a demand for first class samples. Baron, 4£d. to 6d. per lb. Colonial Tobacco, 2s. 4d. to 2s. 7d. per lb. —in demand. Lucerne Seed, Is. 3d. to Is. 6rl. per lb. Cedar Boards. — The market 16 well sup plied this week, but prices remain firm sit 27s. to 30s. for first-class, 20s. to 25s. for inferior. Horses of a first- class description meet with ready sale Vehicles of all descriptions meet with ready sale. Sales of household furniture, genera] merchandise, &c, are gener...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

€imivittrmal JiitcHigr urx. MAIDED, IflVt. AXS) CO.,, h^ORT : — , 'Wool.;'— Quotations aro nominally as fol lbwJs:— ^Scoiirea, 18d, to20o.; fleece, 15d. to 20d. ; liandwashed, lOd. to 15d. ; greatsy, Sd. to.lOJd. per lb. Sheepskins were in fair demand. Quota lions: — Full fleece, 7d. to 8d.; medium, C.W. to G?d. ? fair, Cd. to -Gfi. ; pelts, 2d. to' 43. pet- lb! '. ' 'V ? Tallow. — -Therq was ratlier .a bettor inquiry to-diij- for prime parcels of boef suitable for shipment, at prioes equal to. ' those 'obtiu'uecl last week,- Trade lots in ddmand'at fornier 'rotes. Quotations: — Mutton,' £32 # ;£3.| ;.beef, £28 to £32 ; . 8tatip»i,.£20 to £31 103. per ton. Horso hiJes' at from 7s. to lQs, eaoh. Quotations S— Bollock bides, dry, 6jd. to 7d.. j niedium, ~4\d'. to 4jcl. j butchers', 4|d. to4|d. perlb.; calfskins, 4s. to Gs. ; yearlings, 7s. Cd. to Us, Dd. each. . ? Leatlipr.r— Tbis market is extremely dull l'fuT 'sill afeseripiiti'iis, Vf« in«y q'note'ft^ f'.ll.-iVB:-h'n!e, O.W. to 10;...

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Military Life in the Mountains of Fiji. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

gjjtifiiiuij %ik in the jBoiuttnhts of , . Bv G. Y^. ntfllt OUS.' -'EWCiSTLH COIir.EEPOXplKT.J ,1 have lieen iiidiipc-'l to. pen tliesu liucs in onlBr-togivo uianjv,of uiy-friundaaiiil the. goueral public a felifdit- l:ii«-vWdj;u of the. vK-itvitudce if a liusli li£e iii tjiemoimtaiiis o£ Fiji, -wliicb.IsiaudiB undei-the rule, of King 'J'lmka-.iilian, or Cnckabau. ? ' On Friday, 7th FebpiJiry, I arrived at Ltvuka iii'tlio British liarque' Moteor, oi: and from Sydney, iu company. with, five pUierraen, the \vlioie.qt usiiariogi-eceivca ii -previous engagement as, -drill- per-, gonuls, (or the .purpose of inKtr»ictiug.tlio native soldiers in tlie art of warfare. I. remained :ia tliie towudrip inijil. fc-unSay, wlien in company with - jug i)£ jny couiraUes I lind lo embark on board tlie cutter Maria Liauise to proceed to the Be. Hiver^ 100 miles distant, where some atrocious murder had 'recently been ? committed by tUe Kai Golos, or mpuntajueers o£: the Ka Goast. After a passageof tlire...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

?--?*'- ?^a^jca-.' '*'? '*' S7 ,«TXo .Our^ulig.crlltert. ODE ACCOpifis tor Jibe quarter ending June 30&,' are'now rendered ; and we would respectfully remind our constituent* that an early settlement will oblige, Ihnee Office, . -_..'. -, ., , July llth, iml 'i ^ ? ' ?-'- police to Ifeabscrf burs: : ' ^vtiH Subscribers are particularly requested \J ^ to inform us of any delay in tie de 1 livery-5 of the ' Times.' 'in order that im mediate steps may be t»leca,.to -prevent a re : curreace of the armoyaneeV ' Hurrurun&i Times ' -Office, - ; March 27, 1874. ' W$i gpmuiinlti Shaw. '?'.TPHBTliiX WHO -STILL KOr XEASOK IS A EtTGOX. HE'SEHO CASXOT, A FOOL. BCT IT BE DARE SOT, LET HOI COKF£SS-«ISISJiLF A SLAVE.' ? ? ? .. . \_ ? ,,vSAW;BPAV, AUGUST 15, 1S74.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

THE HURKTTRITUDI TIMES Liverpool Plains Gazette, IE SHBUSHEO EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. Terms of Subscription : — Per Tear (in advance) -_ ... £1 Os. do ( do bypost) ... £1 0s. Subscript-''-' *~T\ti ??-T, \a charged Is. jjio.r nua';»r -?.??ro !r.'j: il.c ibjv? rf'.e. j T- ??!?' ' .V.!-ori-fi'Si : — | J-i'-t invli :;ni i-i'lii1' .. ... 3*. *i- 1 i-.verj A'LUnr.nal inr-V -.r half-inch ?s. 'U. j Advertisement* o£ - «o !?.'.-: ... 2s. -H1. j jjirtlia. D^a'.hs. a'vJ Mmri-iiTC!... -'? '«i- Business Cards per quarter ... 20s. Od. Mo advertisement booked under 3s. A liberal allowance -will Tae made for Ad ?Tertisements continued for a period over four weeks. It most be distinctly understood, that, unless countermanded, advertisements will be continued and charged for at the usual rate. Any person ordering Advertisements or Printing ou behalf of a Committee formed or to be formed for any public purpose, will in held personally responsible for the same. The ' MURRTJRUNDI TIMES ' and ?'LIVERPOOL ...

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Murrurrndi Post Office. MAILS GOING NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874

Murrurundi Post Office. MAILS GOING NORTH. 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. MAILS 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 9.30, 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.               &amp...

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