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English Malls. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
English Mails. Mails will be despatched for England by the different routes as follows:- &nbsp; Via San Francisco -- 1st August, 29th &nbsp; August, and 26th September. Via Galle and Suez,--7th August, and &nbsp; 4th September. &nbsp; Via Torres Straits,--about 7th August, &nbsp; and 4th September. &nbsp; The next mail via San Francisco is due in Sydney on the 20th July, via Galle and Suez &nbsp; 1st August, Torres Straits 26th July.
Murrurundi Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 10TH, 1874. Before Mr. G. G. Brodie, J.P. PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
Murrurundi Police Court. MODAY, AUGUST 10TH, 1874. Before Mr. G. G. BRODIE, J.P. PERJURY. Mary Kennedy, Catherine Kennedy, and Clara Ann Fleming, severally charged with perjury, appeared on bail. Mr. Newman was present, on behalf of the defendants, but as Mr. Abbott was away at Scone, and could not attend, the cases were remanded until next Monday at 10 o'clock, the same bail as before being allowed. Joseph Welsh was charged with being drunk, and fined £1, or three days in gaol. Fine paid. &nbsp; &nbsp; Charlotte Brown, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was lined £2, or seven days' imprisonment. Thinking that £2 would be good earnings for a week, and that ' money saved is money earned,' Charlotte is now boarding and lodging at the expense of the Government.
TUESDAY, AUGUST [?] Before Mr. G. G. [?] J.P. NORSE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
TUESDAY AUGUST 11TH 1874. Before Mr. G. G. Brodie, J.P. HORSE STEALING. George Enggett, charged with horse- &nbsp; &nbsp; stealing appeared to his bail, when Mr. Egan in the absence of Mr. Sub-inspector Wright applied for the prisoner's remand to Tenterfield. Prisoner said he would like the case re- manded until the following day, for Mr. Abbott to be present as he was engaged in the case. His Worship reminded the prisoner that he would have to be remanded to Tenterfield to be dealt with under any circumstances, but would give him another day, if he wished for it. Roggett said, being a foreigner, he did not know how to speak, and he would like Mr. Abbott to be present. The case was then postponed until the following day, the same bail being allowed as before. C. MARTIN V. W. MARTIN. &nbsp; This case was called on, and there being no appearance of complainant, defendant applied for his costs. He had engaged Mr. Abbott, and had been to a good deal of trouble an...
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12TH, 1874. Before Mr. G. G. BRODIE, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12TH, 1874 Before Mr. G. G. BRODIE, J. P. Phillip Harris was charged with being drunk and disorderly, Fined 10s. or 48 hours' imprisonment. Elizabeth Nicholls, for a similar offence, was fined 10s. or 48 hours' imprisonment. James Eyeles, arrested on suspicion of assaulting Sub-Inspector Wright, was dis- charged, the police having failed to estab- lish his identify. &nbsp; George Roggett, alias George the French- &nbsp; man, charged with horse-stealing, was re- manded to Tenterfield.
Wallabadah. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
Wallabadah. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] August 11. THE Telegraph Office was duly opened on Monday, the 10th inst. It will be a great &nbsp; boon to the district, Mr. J. Cook has kindly given two rooms to the Government for a term of five years, he deserves great praise for the liberality he has shown from the first in trying to bring the matter to a successful issue. A ball is spoken of in celebration of the long looked for Telegraph office. I hope it will be a success. &nbsp; We are to have an opposition coach and cheap fares from Nundle and Bowling Alley Point. Our worthy landlord of the Post Office Hotel has licensed a vehicle for that purpose so our friends from the gold fields will be well accommodated in future. Tuesday, 11th August. I was rather sur- prised to see so many well-dressed persons in town, but upon enqniry was informed that our worthy J.P's. had a long list of cases to dispose of, which no doubt will be forwarded to you in due time for publication. Our...
West Maitland. August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 8. THE ELECTION FOR WEST MAITLAND.-- The election for the representation of West Maitland in Parliament is over, and the result has been in accordance with the general antici- pation ; Sir. Levy beating his opponent by an overwhelming majority. It could not be otherwise. When wealth, position, and so- cial and local influence, are opposed to ability only, any one, who has been an at- tentive observer of the political world, must know the certain result. Mr. Levy, and his long array of committee, left no stone un- turned to secure his triumphant return. In politics, as in every other concern of life the '? Almighty Dollar'' is the great moving power ??? ??? ??? on this subject, I cannot help reproducing a sentiment I once heard delivered in the Maitland School of Arts, by a very young speaker, while debating the question of payment of members of Par- liament. He said:— ' I maintain that if a man is poor,— if he has not wherewith to supp...
Co-operative Societies. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
Co-operative Societies. &nbsp; For the last two or three years, among a certain section of the community at home, there has been a great outcry raised against the the enormous spread and development of co- -operative societies. The complaints, as might well be supposed, issue from those traders and retail dealers more particularly affected by the &nbsp; operations of these stores. The dissatis- faction expressed has been chiefly directed, not against the societies formed by such of the public as, for distinction may be called independent but against those organised and supported by a class of persons known under the name of civil servants, and, for this reason, termed civil service co-oerative societies. The complaints made have in some instances gone so far as to include a prayer for the suppression or, at any rate, for the Government to restrain their servants from having anything to do with, or, in any &nbsp; way, giving support to, these societies--a se- ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
Local and General News. THE WEATHER.--We have to report fine &nbsp; weather for the past week, notwithstanding that, Sydney and other places have been &nbsp; visited with heavy showers. Once or twice the heavens looked portentious, but Sol pre- vailed, and dissipated the gloom. The days are considerably lengthening and the weather is assuming a much milder tem- perature — the thermometer in the shade 9 a.m. standing at about fifty degrees. SAKE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.--We &nbsp; would draw attention to the sale of house- hold furniture, to be held by Mr. T. B. Perry on Monday next. The particulars will be found in our advertising columns. &nbsp; LECTURE.--The lecture promised by Mr. &nbsp; T. M. Newman on the subject of "Death," was debated by that gentleman on Tuesday evening last at the School of Arts to a tolerably large audience. Mr. G. G. Brodie, J.P., occupied the chair. The lecture was of a very interesting character, and was listened t...
Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] THE steamer Amey, 814 tons register, arrived on Thursday, from Sydney, for the purpose of taking in 1600 tons of coal for Hong Kong. &nbsp; The vessel's dimensions are as follows : length overall, 249 feet; 30 feet beam; 24 feet depth of hold ; draws when loaded 19 feet 8 inches aft, and 16 feet 6 inches forward. Owing to the heavy swell on the bar on Wednesday the ships Culyean. Lady Cairus, and Prince Lune were unable to proceed to sea. The vessels, however, took their de- parture on Monday for San Francisco, 1613, 1693, and 2100 tons of coal respectively. Two miners, of the name of Marshall, were injured in the A. A. Company's No. 2 pit on Wednesday, whilst blasting, consequent upon explosion of fire damp. Mr. Lewis, the Government inspector of collieries, has since made an examination of the workings and has given it as his opinion that the men were injured by powder, and not by fire damp as reported. A railway porter, of the name of ...
Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, Friday. August 14, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
Telegraphic Intelligence. &nbsp; [FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPON- &nbsp; DENTS.] SYDNEY. Friday, August 14, 8 p.m. The Government have chartered the steam- ???? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ???? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ???? &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ???? &nbsp; &nbsp; Fat sheep, a moderate supply, prime in demand. Sixty-pound wethers, 17s. &nbsp; The Peak Downs Copper Company have found a new lode of black ore six feet four inches in thickness. The shares of the Com- &nbsp; any are consequently advancing. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Parliament has been further prorogued &nbsp; until the 13th September. More nominations are intended to be made to the Legislative Council, amongst whom will be Mr. Piddington, the present member for the Hawkesbury. &...
Synopsis of Late News. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
Synopsis of Late News. The Melbourne Age says it will be seen &nbsp; from our advertisement columns that an effort has been made by Reuter's Telegram Company to prevent Greville and Co. carrying on business as an Australian Telegraph Company, after having resigned Reuter's Agency. On the 14th July, Reu- ter's Company applied for an injunction &nbsp; to restrain Greville and Co., and on the 23rd ult., the Master of the Rolls dis- missed the application. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Alta California of May 22nd says : The Executive Council of New South Wales has determined to pardon a number of convicts who have been imprisoned wight or ten years for highway robbery, under the condition that they shall leave Australia. That is very kind on the part of New South Wales ; and as many of these scamps would, in the ordinary course of ???? come to California, we might ???? by pardoning a lot of our most &nbsp; dangerous felons, if th...
LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
LONDON. Sir James Fergusson, Governor of New Zealand, has resigned, and the present Governor of Queensland, the Marquis of Normandy, is appointed to succeed him. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Marshal Bazaine escaped from the Isle of Marguerite, on Sunday night, by a vessel supposed to be bound for Italy. A circular despatch has been issued by &nbsp; Prince Bismarck, on the part of Germany, proposing European recognition of the Spanish Government.
Tamworth District Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 15 August 1874
Tamworth District Court. (Abridged from the Tamworth News.) This Court opened on Wednesday morning &nbsp; last, August 5, before his Honor Judge Meymott. The Bar was represented by Messrs. F. E. Rogers aud H. Cohen. The following attorneys : were present : — Mssrs. A. J. Gould (Singleton), T. M. &nbsp; Newman (Murrurundi), T, E. Nash &nbsp; (Gunedah) J. Peterson, W. F. Tribe, C. &nbsp; W. Botwell, and R. A. Dowe, Tamworth &nbsp; &nbsp; George L??? ??? Chaffey &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (Jury Messrs B. Cartel ????) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Doherty, and J. Davis.) Mr, Cohen (instructed by Mr. Paterson) for plaintiff; for defendant Mr. Rogers (instructed by Mr. Bedwell). ' This was an action for detinuo and con- &nbsp; version, and the plaintiff claimed £110. At the Tamworth Show in May last, a number of bulls, the property of Mr. Geo. Loder, of Abb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874
Funeral. \C\ . THE Friends of Mr. ^Ly^Ql)t«csriES 'are inrtt-H -0 air^^S^|^»f decce diis (t-wi-.rOaj^ :r!tcmVa at 3 c^fibek. ' J.W.R-? aiEVVdfBtl, ' Vinfcrlnkor. , ASI1W0GD, fonnedf^jrorking for me, i ploasc call at Jlfcfebkm, between 18th and 2Crh August. i*.Me.-w*rkwill*uit you ?..-? J'EBG* i^jWItrGHT. ' ~WaatB4 i-- :.--.?.; . * » TESAtE^ERA'-AOT. Apply £, MflS. TfiBBUTT-/ PJumont Hpusf!: , 'WAated ' ? ''? .-. A'OAIIUIEB toAke \ light Dray (empt/, ' ' to BciidenieK Gbad price givcD. / Apply at once, \ / 'v mbsVabmsi'hom, / * \ Cresswell ?ai*. For Sale- . J , /^ATEN Py^t 3s. per ^jpljf BTC ofeo. AUMST»Cl)Mr;/' ./ ' V Ciosflirtffl P.-ujfc NEW GOODS I NEW GOObs 1 .!....' A jSplcnrtlfl- Assorinioitt 1 ' ? wilijto pnened on ;1^ Hbnda)' m»-4 Xn««a»}, \ 2Uh nStr2Bminstaiits, ? ' - , suma.-? srn.Liximr, Dn\ii'i:niM , . AXD MiOCEUV ..?iTOUE. ? A-,} £obool«f Arts; ?;- Grasd Amateur S^aeicsl teal IN Am OK THE HDiKDOfG ;PCX]\ TDK* DAJ-iETB X X S(-- yiiKftraiaiOCT 28; 1B74; J ' f T: AKGE and J...
THE MAIDEN OF THE HILL [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874
THE MAIDEN OF THE HILL [By P. JeffEbsox Wjuxa.ce.] Where the waratah and lily Wave in the mountain breeze, And the honeysuckle dingeth To lb.e green mimosa trees — Where the cascade's music lingers, And the feathered songsters trill— 'Twas there of yore I met her, The Maiden of the Hill. Arrayed »u youth and beauty. Full of innocence and mirth. To cull the -blooms of summer, See this happy child of earth Tripping forth enrh morning Ere the dew bos left the heath, Through sylvan fenwrs -o sp^risr-hiK Ace! 'wS-.-- ;',,t fli..v..rr t..-v* 'i. Ai'-i jf ;,.-.-! tyo: n-. - air- !':''.;:it Hllv» ,-,O» f?T yvt, i..,.™ Aad tk.V tfi« Ki-'iir'.iiii ,*-.;h;-3 titili play upon tbo fiowcrs. And the lairds sing just as street!/ As in those bygane hours— Tlio' the green mimosa groiveth On the mountain as of yore, And the honeysuckle cliugeth I'oudly round it as before, F-et t sntfs cue pore, .bright lily From beneath ite dreamy shade, Ani1. ihi eiiot stems weird and lonely, 1'nere's a sadness in th...
[?]erture on Beath. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874
Ktdntt an Statb. The following is an abridged account of this lecture, as promised in our last issue : — Mr. Newman, after being introduced to tiic meeting, made -i feiv introductory re tiierlce, and proceeded to deliver bis lecture as folio1* :— ' I pri-pose to treat as brie8y as poss-i»'?e, l^ttji, °f death in general ; Sndly-, of Ot-ntli i;. relation to mankind; 3rdly, of eanis of tut customs and usages, tioth anciof ^ijtrni modem, observed in connect -jn ivSi Us.; disposal of the dead. 'Denth1* hil been defined as ''That state o* & Leing, nnitnnl cr vegetable, but tnorc p&rtfcuiariy of an animal in which there is ft tola! sml permanent cessation of all the Viln'. functions, when the ^TgauB nova thk. »-ajy croscu 10 nci, vui have lost the susceptibility of renewed ?notion.1' The term lira numerous appli cations, such on — the stair of tho dead ; the cause and means of death. ' Spiritu.il death'' consists in (lie ulieuntiuu of the soul from God. '? Civil death' con...
Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 22 August 1874
ctmjicuiibittrjs. (From the Oorernment Gazttte.) Impounded at Murrurundi, on the 8th day of August, 1874, from Creswell Park, by order of G. Armstrong, Esq. ; sum due at date of notice set after each animal : — Bay horse, star, two white feet, like *-A\ conjoined uoar shoulder, aged, IS hands ; 6s. Gil. Also, on the same date, from Scott's Creek, by Mr. R. Baker:— Black horse, short tail, near hind foot wane, o over jii\ near suouioer, ageu, io hands ; 1 Is. 6d. If not released, will be sold nt this Pound at noon on the 3rd September, 1874.— J. Robertson. Impounded at Scone, on the 6th day of 'August; T-m^TPBt\mmq-Dyvt\tet~vtinrT G. Hannon ; cm due nt date of notice, lls.: — W bite steer, no legible brand. If not released, will bo sold at this Pound at noon on the 3rd September, 1874. — J. Dodds. Impounded at Armidale, on the 8th day of August, 1874, from Municipality, by the Police 4 sum due at dale of notice, *s. : — Bay horse, GE over A near bhouldtr, had saddle and bridle on, 5 ...