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Errorsin Parliament Reporting [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
Errors in Parliamentary Reporting 'Some Humours 'of Parliamentary Reporting-,'' In ' Macinillan's Magazine,' contains niany of thu 'brightest pieces of nailing laicly seen in the monthly peri-., u'dicajs. Among:- the7 rtia.ny'stoiies told, are two of Mi:, Swift AlacNeill. 3i«; figures in a ve^-y' amusing case-of mis huuriug Iti- the Reporters' Gallery.. He' once complained «f having been roiiBhly treated l-y therconstabulary while at tending -some' evictions, in his constitu ency 111 jLwnesai.;..- «uv saiu tne Hon ourable mwi'iber,' 'I, took measures to put a stop to this conduct Whenever 1 \vsu5 bustled or Isnoulced about by a pi.llciiinaii, I simply chalked iiim, and by that means- was able to identify him afterwards.' This was rendered: ' Whenever I was bustled -ir knocked about by a policeman I simply choked him.' Another Irishman, when called to order by the Speaker, resumed bis speech in' these words : ' Mr. Speaker, with all due deference to your ruling.' and was leported as ...
A True Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
:.-??: A True Story. 3'his, says ' the '' Realm,' is a true ' May Meeting' ?story. There came to Babjrjon a-ytmth and -his wedded wife to make Uieir fortune. . ? One day, ere yet ?tli'e.tlirieito.bask in Fortune's sniile had 'comb, they found themselves the pos sessors of a splitary half-crown. The.. 'determined to spend the evening at 0110 of.1 tlie May'flieetings, and to purchase eomcUiInK nice for supper on tlieir-waj' home. So eloquently, however, did the returned missionary press his claims that in an incontinent moment the husband thrust a hand ? 3nto Ins pocket, drew fnrtll'thp p.Oin.'H.lld flllne- it intn Ilip lvur Asthey went bufiiito the night the wife murmurqfl. . '-Never mind, dear,' mildly observed her.^spouse. ? 'Tm sure ihe'Lord vivon't .be long In making It up, to us.' '?- As he spoke he turned his eyes to the grpund, and heheld a half-crown g:litr tering in \lie moonlight. 'There you are, dear !' lie cried trl urtiphantly. 'I told you we should soon ?liave It back a...
The Sketcher. Character in the Eyes. Good and Bad Shapes and Colours. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
The Sketcher. Character in the Eyes. Good iuid ICad Siiaiics and Colours. No feature admi(s of so many varia tions in size, shape, and expression :is the eye,. because :tlie patiskws, the spirit, the most elementary, as well as com plex, dilutions of. ihe soul are reflected ? in the eye dospiio ilie.uiost subtle arli- ; lice of tlie clcvorcsi iii-tur. The mouth \ i,s a telltale also, bin the mouth may be L'ouucaied Ity- si growth of hair- in nieu, aud the compressed lij)s, accompanying a. tremeudous. ell'orL of selfcon trol, ' will even ill women, some but a st.udi'ut- of ' physiognomy canii'it iiulj1 tc*H 1 lie ii'.iiling fJiariictoris tics of ii ljisur bj- Iiis eyes, but frc-iuenLly liis calling or 'iirnft-ssiQii.: ?; Thus thv 4?lauce of tJie. ac(?ir will.be,- krtully dilVu i-ent from th.at;vl'a uiau of l)iisiucss,..:i j»uiouli,st, «jr st^ticliiiiiluinMler. - An army .111:111 is -,-;|8ily-i(iisTiux*iisbable: We nootl no expert to ikiH 10? bl! nhopi'oxiiliity of the liabitUiH-.Tgii...
Outbreak of Anthrax. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
Outbreak of Anthrax. News has been received of an outbreak of anthrax in the Bathurst distrust. It would seem that during the last couple of years the sheep at Eurinka Station, which its !ca=ed by Mr. J. B. Dalhnnty. have been dying at a serious rate. Failing to ascertain the cause of the mortality, he brought tbe matter nndcr the notice of the Uinuter for Agricul ture, who Bent ud to Bathnrst a Government veterinary surgeon (Mr. Stuart), who spent two or three days at Eurinka, subjecting the intestines of the dead animals to thorough examination and analysis. The result was that h* discovered the disease to be 'Cum- berland,' or anthrax. The only known cure being vaccination, Mr. Dalhnnty decided upnn tryiog the system introduced by Messrs. M'Garvey, Smith, and Gunn.
The Science of Palmistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
The Science of 'Palmistry. People a ro: seepficaVSf tlie' Value of jialinistry, said Chciro,' in a recent lec ture, only because it has not^been put; before them in a logical manner, lint Ihe haiid is tniiy ilic ledger of/life. It lias been studied for the ligjit'lt throws upon (he character ,and the siiul in. every 'civilised eoinitryand r.hiTe'. !''''' ' The'si-ienco.of palmistry was 'invented' by the Hindus. tneWa1iii--»1|feojife''wli'o dis covered the procession oi'UfD e^juiiioxi;?. i; ] -_- til I 111 111 11 r'j/M ilM IU ^1'-1JU 111)^,1 hoi. . ?ward to Cljina. .Tjiib-'C.lf-i:isj:%''E^vt.. and Oi'e.^yu,' AVhatp\;c^iarj'l,slee^jie4.g6pd.'. ?tbthe |ihHn-sop]iers*6f, (Srwce.i)\(«i«iny 'w ?sure is- word) -our ....iUiM(tii-n.-.,- «. ?: ?- ? : ? Coining, (o, the Kuii?nlific 'iispent of^the art, we Iiud. (hat -the hand isftlm hnn'ie diale sorvant-a-f t3i« bimiiiri SiriChariesi 'Bell, ihe gre-.il fBTiglisli-: snrgoon, said' that it enrrosponded Vu-its' silitJibility' and motion hi tbe en...
No Time to Faint. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
No Time to Faint, The tollowing story is of an Irish girl, whose love enabled her not ouJy to live in the lonely Chicago lighthouse, Irtit to save her husband at the expense of great, suffering. This Chicago light is at a place called llio ' Crib,' two miles out iu the lake, and surmounts thr- massive masoury at the entrance (0 the' tunnel which receives the'walcr supply of the city. One day in early winter thekeep er was obliged Id go 011 shore for sup plies. A siidilen storm prevented, his iinniediale relurn ; but he had .110. fear that, the lights would, be. allowed, to go out.' in his absence. Two or . three, Mlays later, when (lie tempest Uad .abated, though (lie -waves still ran. high, he made his way towards home as-bost lie. could. Iiis wife was ready at the window of tlie tower, and drew 'up his little' cargo with a rope, which she lowered__a.gain for him. At. tiiat. nioiueiii: his 'boat was swept out from under his feet. Slowly and more slowly he was drawn up. till finally...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
For JOB PRINTING of Every Description Try the 'TIMES' Office. ROCKDALE COLLEGE. A HIGH CLASS SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Eev. C. T. Foescott, B.A. Peikcipal. Assisted by Efficient Masters. THE College stands iu its own PARK of about 13 ncres, rliarminclv situated on the heiplits (olevutlon 450ft|ontovkdalo,Sy.liny. Ovcrlookiiic thv beiulirul IUii\rarra Suburbs, Butauy llii.v. Laiivllobinmi'sBcnch, Siin Souci, the Heuds ami tlic IVcau. Buys liavt a mother's rare anil HOME TRAINTNO, un.lur the supervision of Slits. Fouscttt In tlic homo ; ?whili' in Die School tliey nrc niutiT experienced Univ. Mastors. While tlie boys attend tlic Church of Eng land, they may attend iniy Church their Parents desire. The course of instruction includes all Univ. Subjects as voll as Shorthand. Hebrew. Tyinru'r!t[luT,.Bi)okkccn ing, tlic Violin, Singing and Elocution. __„„_ fBoysovcr lSyoarsfll 11s. jwr quarter. TfcKmb : ^Buys under 15 years £0 Os. jicr quarter. This Includes fl) Thorough toacliiiH? in ALL the SUIWE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
G. O. WALDO W, ? ? BOOKS a* Published Prices. PERIODICALS, MACHINES, & FASHION JOURNALS. 'All that appear regularly. The Finest Assortment outside Sydney. TOYS, DOLLsTanSTaNCY GOODS, Including all the Latest Novelties, and in Immense Variety. THE PREMIER MARKET OF AUSTRALASIA, SALES in the various Wool Centres during Weekly Series, July 1st, 1S97, to January 31st, 1S9S:— Sydney, ... - — — 370,673 Bales Melbourne, ? 197,086 „ Geelone, ? fS'fSS » Adelaide, ? 60,409 „ New Zealand, ... ? 40,390 „ i Kwywgp — SYDNEY WOOL-SELLING BROKERS' ASSOCIATION: Aut tralasinu Mortgage & Agency Co., Ltd. Johu Bridge und Co. , Lt-l. Cumphiill, Niuimo and Wyly Ualgety and Co., Ltd. (JoldsbVough Mort and Co., Ltd. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, Ltd. Hill, Clark and Co , Lt.l. New Zealand Lcau and Mercantile Ageniy Co., Ltd. l'iistoral Fiuanee Association, Ltd. ^Vinchoombe, Cnrson and Co. 3. C. Youiijj and Co. Ir^ lftfE?AE} ^'6-.-*'' E2FC5T ^^'5 ? T look at this! Splendid Value for yonr Money...
Short Story. The Storm. (Concluded.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
Short Story. The Storm. (from the 'Strand Magazine.') ,- (Concluded.) .. CIIAi'TBR III. A neavy gloom poisoned the departure afior the siaiety of Hie morning, and many a furtive tour mingled with the farewells iiliius. llio range of boats, ijitv, wliirli (ln- moil were climbing --- go in (jiicsl i.f tln- daily brcid l'or which tlicy daily |ii:iyeil. The predictions of Maihisis ' li'a'd troubled the minds of Urn most 'courage-, oils ; the old pilul knew so well th-: oci'iin ,'HHI US UlNlPi'Hlft i J»lll »Ui hum rnjin* boats, and well titled to wilhsiand tlji: onslaughts' of the waves. Tlien. they wen: ubl 'going far. out, . but un-sint to content ^lirinsi'lves with fishing williin sight oAfiV coast ready for a prompt ro Ilirn, ill (;:isp 'I he winds and waves' should prow toi}, hostile. Loehlfi nloue,. in his shattered boat,-- would nm any real aajigci;, ' .', '''' , 'Take'iHir better, ljoat.- lad.' saW -Ia-_ tliias wMJi I'cnigl^toiiil'jinoss. ... .* „..; . But for the 'litKUthU'.'.tl...
Change of Air. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
riianffc of Air. . Messrs. Cassell; and Co.'s ' Family PI. jsician:1 gives the subjoined good ad vice on the necessity of a change of n'lr :'— . . The necessity for change of air, not only during convalc?scenee fivm illness, hut as a 'means of maintaining: the nor mal standard of lieulth, is now generally recognised. Tlve'-fatlier or a. family who fails to/ make some arrangements for -giving his children an annual holiday, either at Hie seaside or elsewliere. is not nctlne lu'dlciously. Yount noonli? who live In lai'ge towns, and who have oom 'paratively little opportunity of induls-biK tn'outeioor games and getting he.iltliful exercise, soon ,' run down' and liecomc depressed ami debilitated. Many people seem to think Uiat a prelbhinary Illness Is reqiiisiteas a justification for a holiday, but there can be no doubt thai there would be very much less illness if change of scene and cliajige of air were regarded as necessities of life and not as luxuries. AB a matter. of fact,, one a...
The Shanahan Building Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
The Shanahan Building Fund. A meeting of the Committee of the above fund was beld at tbe Plough Inn, BUndford on the 2nd iuetaut, to receive the report of the Building Committee, and tbe Hno. Treasurer's balance sheet. Tbe Building Committee (Messrs. Greor, Aduu«, and Mnlliu'sl reported that they bad inspected the work, and found tbat the con ti actor (Mr. J»met Holt) bad well and faithfully carried out his contract. The committee de sired to acknowledge the generosity of Mr. Sinfnon, proprietor of tbe Murt-iirundi and Qturindi lima, in foregoing all charge* for printing and advertising ia connection with the fond. On the motion of Mr. McGivaey the amount, of tbe contract, £37 with £2 for extras, waa passed for payment, and duly banded to Mr. Holt, who was present. The Hon. Treasurer (Mr. D. Walker) th» n read the bslaoce sheet (which appears in onr ad vertising columns). The total subscriptions amounted t - £11 7s 2d, and the expenditure to £39 2a 6d, leaving a balance of £2 4s 8-J...
A Reported Cure for Jealousy. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898
A Reported Cure for Jealousy. How many times, lias, not tlie .torture of the green-eyed monster ; .causgd.^ome unhappy man or woman to echo Mac heth's despairing: cry, ' Canst1 tiib'u- not minister to a mind diseased ?' But now. comes Or. Maurice fle.. FJeury, a French physician, who.. assures ps, that jealousy Is a disease which he. can cure. The jealousy is the' early stage Vt 'that common form ot insanity, in 'which/: a. man- is subject to the hallucination of being followed by enemies. t True jealousy Is never the result of know ledge, but of doubt. The jealous; man suspects ; he does ? not know— and his .suspicious, weak, state j.of mind is the jealous man, says Dr.' Fleury, . has always a brain Uiat -is ' insufficiently nourished, and Oils enn he «et by stimu lants and nutritives. Takii a man ,who is unreasonably jealous «id give ; nim something to eat, and he.iiU probably after talk things over rationally. ..Ac cording: to the' doctor, all jdtilous persons have -sensible inte...