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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
Latest Telegrams. ? RkOTER'S MEMAOE. SYDNEY, Friday. Cable communication is atill inter rupted. The genera] tenor of (be speeches at the Federal Convention yesterday was in favour tlio report of the Committee reootntnendmg the system of book lceepiug to be Rdopted. Mr. Lyue and others, ibowever, objected to this. Mr. Thynne, the Queensland Minis ter for Agriculture, \s, it is reported, about to re-sign. The drought has broken up in the south-ca9t districts of South Australia, where there have been floods. The cool change ha6 arrested the course of the bush fires in the Gipps land district. So far 1G34 runs have been register ed in the criolcet match England v. New South Wnles, and some records have been broken, as in this match the highest aggregate in a' firBl-elasB match has been obtained.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
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A New Zealand Romance. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
A New Zealand Romance. Quite a romance hut come to light at Pe-one (writes a Dunedin correspondent), a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand. An elderly gentleman bought a piece of land there, and erected a houBe on it. Later on he engaged men to put down an artesian well. . The wife of one of them went one day with her husband a dinner, when something in her appearance excited the interest of the old gentleman. He asked who she was, and wliat her maiden name had been. Inquiry proved the woman to be his daughter, whom he ha-l not seen since she was a chill many years ago. His joy at tho discovery was manifested by his building Another house on liis fond for his long lost daughter and her family. How the daughter became separat ed for so long from her father has Dot been «xpUiaed.
Cricket. ENGLAND V. NEW SOUTH WALKS [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
Cricket. ENGLAND V. NEW SOUTH WALES The above match, which was commenced on Saturday last, has bi-en causing consider ?able excitement in cricketing circles daring the week, not only on account of the length -of timo it. has lasted, yesterday (Friday) being the sixth day, but also on aocouut of the splendid play exbibittd on both sides, and the heavy scoring. The New South Wales team in their 6rst inninps made 415 runs, and in their second, which concluded on Thursday 574. The Englishmen in tLeir first innings made a total of 3S7, and when etnmpB were drawn on Thursday evening hud lost one wicket for 258. Tbe following are the scores up to the time of drawiog stumps on Thursday even ing :— New South Waljb.— First Innings. Iredale, o Stoddart, b Briggs ? 2 Donnun, c Board, b Wainwright ... 41 Noble, c McLaren, b Hay ward ? 34 Mackenzie, c Hay ward, b Hearne ...130 Gregory, c and b Mason ? 25 Trumper, b Mason ? 4 Pye, not out ? SO Kelly, b Stoddart ? 14 Newell, c Hirst, b Stoddart ? 6...
More Illicit Distillation. ANOTHER STILL SEIZED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
More Illicit Distillation. ANOTHER STILL SEIZED. Another illxit still was discovered on Wednesday in a house off El zabeth-street, 8trawberry Hills. The officer knocked at the door, which was opened hy a man. In jector Fossmore said in reply to a question that he was desirous of having a chat with the man. On obtaining entrance he sdded he wished to search the premises. Thus was -3one ; in the kitohru he discovered a still iu full Bwing and order, with spirit running out. The range in the kitchen had been re moved ; in its place, beautifully bricked in. ?was the stiil, which consisted of a galvanised iron cordenser with a enpacity of thirty gallons, and the usual appliances ; also two ?casks of wash. The rcau, who gave the name of James Hill, aged 32, described as a shearer, -was immediately arrested. He pleaded guilty at tbo court to-day. Inspec tor Paeemore presbcel for a heavy penalty iu order to put down illicit distillation. Tho Magistrate imposed a fine of £100 ; in de fault, ...
Fear in Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
Fear in Children. James Sully's ' Studies of Childhood' include a discussion of tbe element of fear and Incidentally of fear of the dark, and the facility with which a child conies to see faces and animal forms in the lines of a crackled eeillnpr or the veining of a piece of. marble. .These slight and mo mentary differences of blackness, these fleeting rudiments of a pattern, may serve as a sensuous base for the projected images ; the child's excited fancy sees in these faint: differentiations of the black, formless waste definite forms. Tht-se will naturally be tbe forms with which be is most familiar, and since his fancy is tinged with melancholy they will, of course, be gloomy and disturbing forms. Hence we may expect to hear of children seeing Hie forms of terrifying living things in the dark. Here is an instruct ive case. A boy of 4 years bad for some time been afraid of the dark, and in dulged by having the candle left burning at night. On hearing that the .London Crystal Pala...
A Scottish Answer. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
A Scottish Answer*. A cyclist, while touring the other week in the uplands of Lanarkshire, met an old man of whom he inquired the direction bo should follow in order to reach n village in the neighbourhood. ' Are ye gaun there ?' queried the old fellow in return. 'An' d'ye ken folk there?' ' Yes.' ' Hae ye ony frlen's there ?' ' Yes.' ' Hae ye ever been here afore ?' ' No.' And so the questioning- continued In tbe same strain for nearly a quarter of an hour, until be evidently became satis fied with what, lie bad r.licitt-d, and be thought him of giving the desired in formation in return. ' An'^you want to ken the way to 11 Yes.' ' Then d'ye ken what ye'll dae ?' ' No.' 'You'll koep the road.' And without another word he trudged on his way, leaving the astonished wheel man to digest the information he had re ceived.
The Need for Regular Occupation. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
The Need for Regular Occupation. Nearly all women are subject to fits of depression and low spirits, and only those who have suffered from them know bow hard they me to fight against. Why arc our girls depressed ? In nine cases out of ten I think we may trace the cause to want of regular occupation and interest in life generally. Unfortunately, so many girls are not obliged to do any thing- particular ; if they dress well, dance, play tennis, and entertain visi tors, and are, in fact, social successes, they think they have done all that is re quired of them. The mothers who allow their girls to waste and fritter away the best years of their lives are not only foolish, but cruel, though they imagine they are kindness itrelf. There if no greater mistake In the world than for girls to spend their lives waiting for husbands, who may, or may not come, as tlie case may be. All girls cannot many — there are not men enough, to begin with, and of those not all are so disposed. To be truly ha...
Timor. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
Timor. (From ocr Corbespondent.) The weather during the post weak has been very close and muggy, and on several occasions rain threatened, but eo far none has fallen, A mob of nbour, 1000 head of bullocks passed through here on Thursday, 4th in stant, Mr. Yv. Waldron in cbarce. I hear that they hare been purchss d by Mr. Mackay. Taken all rouud they were the best looking mob 1 have seea uass through here for some years patt. The eldest child of Mr. P. Hartmann, ot Timor Cr-.ek, bad a narrow escape from being bitten by a snake the other day. From what I can Uarn it would appear that the child was tsletp in a back room when its mother'u attention was attracted by the (.creams of a younger chid, and on going to Rc-e what was the matter ihe found a largo snake close to the sleeping child. I am informed that a quiet wedding took place at Wingen on the 1st instant, when Miss Maggie McMahon, second daughter of &nbsp; Mr. P. McMahon, of Wingen, was united in &nbsp; the holy ...
Promotions. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 12 February 1898
Promotions. We are pleased to learn that both the male Pupil Teachers at the Murrurundi Pub lic School have received promotion, which we doubt not is well deserved. Mr. J. L. Costello has been appointed to take charge of the half-time Pablic School at Spring Creek, near Manilla. and Mr. Arthur Tickle to take charge of the full-time Public School at Belgravia, in the Bathurst district. We wish them both success in their new spheres of labour.
In Praise of Quassia. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
III Praise of Ouasgia. In quassia we have medicine that has many virtues independent of those of a simple and safe tonic. It possesses, * unlike - most other vegetable bitters, baldly any power to produce constipa tion, or give disagreeable bead symp toms, like those (hat oflcn follow quinine. Moreover, 1 think 1 . have provi'd that it is inimical to parasitical lilTji. either internally or externally. A stlution of it sprinkled over tlie boards of a room, or tlie floor washed with a solution- of it, will prevent (leas from congregating. It. may also be 'used in solution for the coats of dogs with Die same viewv Internally it is. stomachic, . and a good regenerative, when the ppwfi-s of the body aYe low. A couple- of table spoonfuls may be taken a quarter 6f.aii hour before meals, with ten drops or dilute hydrochloric, acid jf the liver iS^DUt of -fcrner,' or ten drops of dilute ?pliospboric .acid i£ it be the nerves that are in fault. .The solution of qua«.ia may be made of any str...
Warlike Playthings. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
, - Warlike IMayUiiiigs. The very playthings in Japan have now a warlike character. The -'Japan Mail' says that oven the game of choss is trans formed, the figures being Tainted clay images representing Japanese and Chin ese soldiprs ot various ranks. A long line of mechanics?.! toys, either of tin or wood, by turning a crank or by simple clockwork, are made to show Chinese combatants in a large variety of unen viable positions, sometimes pursued by «j.iijaii-jBt: tiuupurto, wiiu inaKC leirinc sweeps with sword or lance In a stately see-saw ; or prisoners caught by their queues and trying to- avoid the rising and falling blades. Clay figures repre senting- Chinamen pleading- for mercy are used as paper-weightg or desk orna ments. In another bit of mechanism a Japanese war ship is gradually closing with a Chinese vessel. The latter is struck, her flag comes down with a rush, anij the doomed vessel sinks beneath the wild tin waves. A- fortress is shown 'with Japanese soldiers storming...
Savoury Steak. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
Savoury Steak. Take one pouhii or more of beefsteak, according to your requirements. Dredge well with, flour,, and sprinkle with pepper and salt. Grease a pie dish, scatter chopped- onion over, and then lay in tbe steak. . Cover with slices oT onion, and tie down with a greased paper. Let it bake gently for three-quarters of an hour. Mix together one teaspoonful of curry powder and one ten,spoon(ul of pea liour, a cuptui or stock, and the juice of half a. lemon. Pour this over the beef, and then tie, it down -again, and let it bake slowly for one hour and a-half. or until tender. To serve,- place 'the nieat on a dish with the 'onion., on Die lop. Tbiclce.n;qnd -'flavour'- the gravy-'an'd pour round. Garnish with small pieces of cauliflower or any other vegetable in season. . ; ? ??
The Future Wife's Name. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
The Future Wife's Xainc. He was a chatty kind of conjurer, and was anxious to open the evening's enter tainment merrily. So he stepped for ward to the front of the stage and said : ' Ladies and gentlemen, if there is iu this audience any young- man who would like to know the name of his future wife, if that young man will kindly stand up, I will undertake to tell him, and this is nil fiifiSfiinn1 pnmnaHHnn '\T /-??»- nn'M nn». single young man kindly stand up ?' ? Up jumped a young- man in tlie centre of the room. , 'Thank you,' said the conjurer. ' Now, do you wish to know the name of your future wife ?' - '1 do.' said ihe young man. 'Well,' said tbe man of. magic, 'I; alwayslike to do things in a proper busi ness fashion. Will you kindly give nie your name 7' ' Yes, certainly,' said tbe young man. '.' My name is James Jackson. V ''Thank you,' replied the conjurer ; 'then 'the name of you future wife will be Sirs. Jackson.' ? ' ?
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
Municipal Council. The nBtial monthly meeting of the Mnr rorondi Uanicipal Council was held ia the Council Chambers on Friday evening, 11th inslant, when there were present, Aldermen Rnfus Bell (Mayor, in the chair), P. A. Kennedy, C. Stairs. J. W. Brodie, J. A. Fishbnrn, C. F. JncUn, and G. Pritchett. The minutes -:f tbe pr^vions meetiug were read and confirmed. COKRESPOWDkHGK. The following correspondence was received on the motion «f Alderman Fiih born, seconded by Alderman Stain : — From the Principal Dnder-Secretary. stating tbat the By-laws submitted by the Council had been referred for the opinion of tbe Attorney-General. From the Ocder Secretary for Lands, en closing copy of the Public Trusts Act of 1697 for the guidance of the Council in con nection with areas wbioh are nnder the con trol of that body as Trustee!. VINAKCK. The report of the Finanoe Committee, recommending tbe payment of sundry ac counts amounting to £12 5s 2d waa adopted on the motion of Alderman Stairs, se...
Ardglen. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
Ardglen. [feom oob coerespondbnt.] The weather hrre is rather warm after the very i eavy rains, aud the pasturage ie loi k ing splendid. A small slip at the north end of the tnnnel last Sunday, was the only dam age done hy the rec nt rains. The friendB of Mre. James Weheck, of Arriplen, will regret to hear of that lady's dectate, which took | lace at her residence *arly on Friday morning, lUh iner. The deceased lady, who had not enjoyed the best of health for so ne vears raBt. took a bad turn 'D Wednesday, the 9tb inst., and pass ed awav asstaVd above ? n Friday morning. Although the relatives looked npon tbe case as serions, st II th-\v did oot surmise that the end was so near. The deceased 'ady was in her 51st year. The luueial was largely at tended, and the renains «?- re interred ic the General Cemetery at Haydonton. The Bev. H. A. Woodd read the banal s^rvicB. The Railway Department have been mak ing some improvements of late. Wieket gates hmve b- en erected at the crossing, wh...
Another Heavy Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
Another Heavy Rainfall. The forecast published by Mr. Wragge, tbat on Saturday heavy flood rains would fall along tbe coastal rivers of this colony north of Sydney, has proved to be correct, On Saturday afternoon rain commeuoed to fall in this district, and as night came od tbe showers increased in heaviness and duration, and from about midnight steady rain set in. By 8 a.m. on Ban day morning 4 Miches bad been regis tered at the local Telegraph Office, and rain was still falling with no indication of ceasing. Tbe river, which had been gradually rising daring the night, was over tbe piles in front of tbe Times Office Rbout 9 R.m., and was rushing, a seething, bubbling mass of waters on its course to swell the Hunter. Dar ing tbe day, as the showers varied in intensity, tbe river rose and fell, bat when night closed in there was every prospect of its overflowing the banks again. A large amocnt of damage was done by tbe flood waters in various parts of the district, fences find banks ...