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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. A TALE OF THE REIGN TERROR CHAPTER IX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

[?] a tsl*°f *'-?£-? . CHAPTER tS^-tgsiisvzo. Z and, in short, work* hardeii&han any cj' r°. The result is that he is sometime* rnther late, r 1 will gp 'jCAillfeir lilin' -ve are waiting.' ? ., * ? ^. .'.; At this moment the door opened, and tbe Citiien Morn ml entered. He was a short man, dark, witli bushy eyebrows,., aml^^rc green 6jwcta-icaf-Sifc;-a man-' whose eyes arc fatigued from excess of work— concealing bif^rioek eye^ ^but ljpt . Ml pfr*W»t,,oll*- + l.ait.*-^.a*.till-- tan*F 'frlimiilS. ? At the ffret words lie uttered, Mnurice recogniied that juild yet J.i;op-mauui«fi- voice engaged iu his bylinri, Mjliilp - en_ dcavorinij to eavo hint frSnfT)ec5hrrrig ft* victim to that tejp^ibWtliscussion. He vrm 'iulbftfd .Iji'jkjrown ^olff: J3tb I*fe I buttons,~n Vbiti' waistcoat; aim his line cambric shirt-frill was often dining din ner emooihiid by a hand tig&h jBfc**™0^ no doubt from its bring that of a 'trades- man, admired, nuiuitefor its beauty ana delicacy of a...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

SHE CHEVALIER de MAISON ^''ROUGli: - -?? .. CHASTER X.*=-PoKTDnn!D. best way, r then, iB, as y6u say, 'not tc reflect.1' And he ? liegau' to sing: ;' 'Where the brunches met ? On -a roekj' Jsto'nc,.- : : There 1 fouud Nicette ' -i- Seated ail alone.'- Louis was- jii the' midst of bis Ipnetoraj . ditty, when suddenly a -loud noise was heard frqm ^ the, left side ot the j)ost, com posed of wiiths, uieiiaces and teu,rs. 'What is that 1' demanded Devatix. 'It sounded like th« voice of a kihild,' said Louis, listening. . I u 'la fact,' wijd the .National Guard, i it- i» u. ]i«or Jlttie onu xuey vij-l- m-iimi^. Truly they ought only 13' send here those who huwiad'jsliHtlren.'1-.. ' ? ? ' ' ?j 'WHl j-gujsing.^;: i4id a.' li!%rsU nud 'drunken voice. . .. ': '?? The voice sung, iu example: 'MndaTne-'Yetoppojuii-'ed ' ' That :aU'%flr ?Ifeiiils' should- fall-'- ?' 3»'No,' enWHhe Vhild,''I'will 'liotr -siiifr.' - ?* -Will -yjoB'-sttg,?'''- ?'???' ?'??: ? - -'-' And tlro?voi-» rpeomme.uced :' ''...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIFE OF THE HARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

LIFE OF THE HARE. '. The merry brown hares are the trampB and Bipsies' 6f animal life. They have no fixed place bf abode, '.but settle them selves down to aleep in ally sheltered spot that ohanoe may tlirow in their way. Like other harmless vagabonds that de light ip fresh air, they are ever in danger of ..being pounced upon and made to suffer for their vagaries. It is when resting on their 'forms' that weasles, Polecats, and Other four.lfiacreH nnlinn ? Bteal upon, them unawares. Ou account of their acute sense of hearing and length of leg they are quite a match for any of their natural enemies in the open. Even the wily fox gives in when puss lays her ears well down and goes for all she is ?worth. But when they fancy themselves - Bepure their policy is to lie close. When covered -by: a thick coating of fresh fallen snow; tliey *aay be almost.. trodden -on beTore they. make a. more. But other wise they are continually on the alert. Being the most helpless of animals, and consequent...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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A Jockey's Terrible Condition. A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

A Jockey's Terrible Con dition. A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS. It may be taken for granted tbat nothing ib further from the mind of tbe jockey, when riding a close-contested race, than the cbancesof an accident ocenring. 1'be fre quency with which mishaps take place on the racecourse, however, serves to illustrate the old saying, ' It's tbe unexpected that gener ally happens.' Mr. T. H. Lampard, of 16 Fisher-street, A Jftiaiae, who was an intense suffurer from indigestion and internal injuries, the results of accidents with horses, and who has been completely cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, stated his case to a reporter as follows :— 'I have been a EuSerer for years with Chronic Indigestion, and internaUnjuileB re- ceired accidentally from horses. When I was sixteen years of age a horse threw me heavily, which stunned me, and I lay onoon. scious for eix hours. I whb carried home to wbere I was then living at Bast Wellington, South Australia, and for days after was fnfallc...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Children's Protection Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

Children's Protection Act. We have received from tbe Director of the State Children's Relief Board a copy of the report of the Board for the year ending April, 1897, and also a copy of the Children* Protection Aot of 1892. As tbe provisions and requirements of this act are not well known in the country districts, and as fre quent breaches of the law arise through ignorance thereof, we give below a brief summary of the principal provisiocs. a child under three yea.rs for life, or even for a time, for money or other consideration, an* less nnder certain conditiocs. Penalty : £100 fine, with or withont 12 months' lm- prisonment witb bard labor. Section 2. No one shall take a child under three yean to care for apart from it* parent for payment of any kind, withont registering within seven days. Penalty: £50, with or without six months. Section 3. No one having the care of a registered child shall give up such child, or alter an address, without immediately r'gistering the change. Penalt...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

Latest Telegrams. Bccxi&'s Kbsiaoe. SYDNEY, Fetoay. At the Federal Convection last evening the clancri dealing with the book keeping system to be adopted were agreed to after a long debate. Notice has been given in the City Council ot a motion providing {or a retiring allowance to the late Town Clerk. The chip Industrie returned to port yesterday in a battered condition, having bad a very exciting experience in the late gales. The first mate fell from aloft and was billed. The captain describes it as the rnoet fearful weather he has experienced. The (steamers Captain Cook and Ajax are out looking after the missing boats from the Atnoamn. Iu tie Riddle divorce case yesterday, the Judge said that br considered the charge of impropriety between Kiddle and Miss Bad bam had not been upheld.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

Municipal District of Murrurundi. TENDERS are hereby invited for the SUPPLY OP KIDGK and RIVER GRAVEL (screened and unscreened), of approved quality, to the Council for the current Municipal year. All Tenders must be endorsed, and lodged with the Undersigned before 4 p.m. on FRIDAY, 26th FEBRUARY, 1898, from whom all information most be obtained. T. M. SIM8, Council Clerk. Chamber!, Feby. 17, 1898. HOTEL TO LET. TENDERS are invited for the LEASE of the MURRURUNDI HOTEL, for a term of years. Thin Hotel, which is very commodious, is the oldest established in the town, and has always commanded a good trade. The for mer licensee was in possession )3 years, and the present licensee 10 years. The whole of the premises ure now being thoroughly re novated, and possets accomodation second to none in the district The Mcbkuedndi Hotel occupies one of the best business positions in the town, being immediately opposite the Post and Telegraph Office, and in close proximity to the Court House and ...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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The Muswellbrook Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

The Muswellbrook Show. The seventeenth Show of the Upper Hunter P. and A. Association, to be held at Mnswellbrook on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th March nert, promises to be an unqualified euocew . Last year, when swing to the al most devastating drought and general de pression it was considered expedient to aban don the holding of other shows, tbe Com mittee of the Upper Hnnter Association plnckily determined on going on with theirs, with the resnlt that the society is in a better position by nearly £200 tlian if the show had Dot been held. This year the Valley of the Hunter presents the most fertile appearance it has ever assumed, and we nave pleasure in drawing attention to the advertisement respecting it which appears in our business columns, feeling assured that the residents of this town and district will be amply re paid for their trouble if they should visit the annual Upper Hunter Show to be held in the neighbouring town of Muswellbrook on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Maroh next. A resolut...

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 19 February 1898

Latost Cablegrams. Bktxbr's Mbmasi. LONDON, Thphsdat. The total number killed on board the United States armoured, cruiser Maine was 255. The exploBion originated in the central magazine. A few of the crew were enabled to reach the deok, bnt the men were mostly asleep, »nd were jammed in the torpedo com partment. The captain was the last to leave tbe ship. The French steamer Flachet has been wrecked of Teneriff during a dense fog ; 87 persons were drowned. At tbe trial of M. Zola, Uenersi reimux protested against the slanders on the army, which he Ball were destroying confidence in tbe chiefs of the army. Mr. Gladstone, who has been staying at Cannes, has gone to Bournemouth. Madam Sarah Bcmlisrdt has undergone a successful operation for tumour.

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The mystery of Sea-Cliff Towers. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XXV. A FRESH DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Tne mysiery of Sea-Cliff f (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) By J. D. HRNKES3EV, Authrr of '? Tbe Kia-HononrnUe,' ' Wyn linn),' 'An .Australian Hush Track,' Gunnery of Church Cinse.t,' etc. CHAP1ER XXV. A Fbk;h Discovery. Neither Bea(rtce nor Grace had visit»rt thf apartment and caves below the Towers, although they had boih of them more than oi'ce expressed a wish to tbe doctor to do so, He had, how ever, sbowu no desire to gratify tlieir curiosity, and the day of the trial drew near. One morning the two detectives arrived unexpectedly at the Towers at f- somewhat early hour. They wished ofoilow up n clu* which they imagined that they had got hold of, ai\d asked for permission to make further investi gations below. Th« doctor happened to be at.iioiue, so the ladirs urged that they shoulii form a party, and in com pany with the detectives exploru the much talked of caves and passages. The tide was falling, ro the Blow hole would no' be working, which both the doctor and tlie detectives regarde...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Three Lorn Damsels. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Three Lorn Damsels. We are three girls. People call us old maids, so I suppose we are. Hes ter is not qnite twenty, Lucy is twenty Obe, and I am their senior. We ate orphans, and have to work for oar liv ing. No need to describe our occupa tion ; suffice it to say it keeps us busy j from morning till night, and is, like ' most woman's work, but poorly paid. We live in London lodgings, in a dis mnl honse at tbe corner of a dreary square. Though there is little that is beauti ful in our lives we are not unhappy, for we three women love one another very dearly, and our borne is a perfect realisation of a true republic. We are equal partners in all our possessions. We share everything in common — our joys, our eorrows, our hopes, our aims — and — otir lovsr. Yes, we have a lover, a Mr. Hamilton (Jouroy, nnd he, like all else, is shared among us. I have called him our hero, but he is in totxl ignorance of our existence. You see, ours is rather a peculiar case. We cannot introduce ourselv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

KoirmrkaUe illusions imvu just IjjuU ;r1,1ci1 to the (.'rclnramn. iu Sythiey. in add it ion to tbe sou!-Etirring scenes on the 20.000 iwjuare feet of Canvas, sind realistic effucts. Daphne fleeing from Apollo is changed into iho Laurel Tree before the Spectator's eyes ami then into various bewildering cbani.'es, finally floating: in the air and ascending into the clouds — a beautiful mystery.

Publication Title: Murrurundi Times And Liverpool Plains Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Sydney Letter. [FROM OUR SYDNEY CONTRIBUTOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Our Sydney Letter. [From our Svdnev Contributor.] The nbief item of conversation in the city during the week nis been tbo dsastroos results of the recent storm. Se-eral vissels were destroyed and a number of livi-s list. In a few instances also there were nnusual doincideucea iu connection with the disaster. The daughter of one of the wrecked captains dreamed a dream wherein she saw her father's ship tink and him take to the water ; so nut, we are to'd, wheu he airived home, a shipwreck' d sailor, his family were ia u-- way surprised. This is no doubt a perfectly trne Btory, it is also quite probable. Our friend in the play might have been quite correct when he said ' There are more thiujs in Heaven and Earth than are ilretmt of in thy phil sophy,' but still in this in stance there is hardly room for anything in the supernatural I ne. On tbe contrary it is veiy Common place, what more natnral than that a lnving daughter, hfariig of the storm and of certain wrecks on tho coait, havin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

THE UPPER HUNTER SHOW, THE PREMIER EXHIBITION OF THE PROVINCES, WILL BE HELD AT imtjswellbbooe: ON WfUag, U & Fritiay. 2nd. 3fd & 4tD ITlarefi ? -*- ? Every Section in the large and attractive Schedule will be represented by Exhibits of Unrivalled Quality. A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF BLOOD AND COACHING STOCK, HUNTERS, HACKNEYS, HARNESS AND SADDLE PONIES, CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS4N0 POULTRY. FARM, DAIRY, AND APICULTURAL PRODUCTS. WINES, MANUFACTURES, ADD WORKS OF ART, ETC. PUBLIC HOLIDAY THROUGHOUT THE VALLEY OF THE HUNTER. SPECIAL TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS (See Time Table). HOLiDAY EXCUUSION TICKKTs will 1*. issued to Muswcllbrook at Newcastle, Taniworth, aud intermediate stations, commencing on Tuesday, 1st March, and thereafter by trains limed to arrive at Mus«ellbronk np to 12 noon on Thursday, 3rd March, a- ailable for return until Monday, 7ih March, 1898. CHJCAP EXCURSION TICKETS at 2d per mile fir-t-ckuss return, minimum Is, and Id per -nile second-class return, minimum 9d, t...

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Wallabadah. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Wallabadah. (Fbom otrn Correspondent.) On Sunday afternoon, while out driving in s cart, Mr. G, Sraiili and his mother met with a severe accident. Tbe oart wheel stuck a small etomp which was standing up out of the ground about ISin ; the cart tip ped over and threw them butb out. Mrs. Smith hurt her back and side and Mr. O. Smith had bis face, hands and arms cut. They are neither, however, severely injured. Sir. G. Barnelt's younpest BPn died from inflammation of the bowels on Monday last, and was buried on TaeEday in the Wallaba dah Cemetery. The Rev, W. Ii Ecmmis I conducted tbe service at the grave. ' On-Tnesday morning Hiss D. Bourne and Mr. Walter Either were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. W. H. Kern mis, in the Church of Kngland. -The (bride , was tastefully attired and there were a good j Dumber present to witness the ceremony. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Tenders. TENDERS will be received up to Friday, 4th March, for RKPA1RS to the COTTAGK now in the occupation of Mr. Cootes, Haydon-st.reet. Particulars can be obtained from tho undersigned. HARRY BROOK, Agent for the Permanent Trustee Co. FOR SALE. milAT FARM situated at BLAND JL FORD, adjoining the properties of Messrs. Greer and Hartmann. For further particulars apply to P. SBANAHAN, 141 Priuces Street, Sydney. MURRURUNDI RflCE CLUB. SALE OF RIGHTS OF PUBLICAN'S BOOTH AND REFRESHMENT STALLS at Rooney's Hutel (Tattersall's), at 4 p. m. to-day (Saturday). J. W. BRODIK, I Hon. Secretary. ATHLETIC SPORTS WILL BE HELD AT xtooaras-s-'s White Hart Hotel, 3B.A.'3mOJiil -jL'OCT, ON EASTER MONDAY, 11th APRIL, 1898. GRAND CONCERT ODDFELLOWS' HALL, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MARCH 9, In Aid of St. Joseph's R.C. Church. Artists from Goulburn, Sydney, and Mus wellbrook specially obtained. SUPPLEMENTARY BAZAAR AND SALE OF WORK ON THURSDAY WIGHT, MARCH 10. The Grammar Setaoi, Scone. ESTABLISHED 1887. BOYS p...

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Terrible Accident at Brewongie. [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Terrible Accident at Bre wonete. A terrible accident occurred at Hrewonale on Monday evening. Two sisters named Robertann were driving home from Batbnrst, and were croasing over the bridge the other aide of the Brewongle railway station, when tbe horse bolted and went at a furious paoa down hill towards Mr. Robertson's house. It was pitch dark, and it was impossible to see a dozen yards ahead. Without warning of any kind ths vehicle wus dashed aeainst the end of a stone house with ' fearful violence, and the occupants thrown.iout. Whether totb struck the wall or were land ed head first among the blue metal is not known, but when picked up the young ladies were found to be dreadfully injured. Both were iuBemuble. The eldest. 29, had a fracture of the skull, extending acrots the forehead and over the left side of the head. The cheekbone and the jaws were broken and the nose 'as completely smashed iu. Tfae yoacig-*r girl, 19, had a cut exposing tbe sknll from the side of the head round...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Mne Years' Indigestion. Recommends CLEMENTS Tome As a Most Wonderful Cure. ***** A PROMINENT MAIL CONTRACTOR Endorses the value of Clements Tonic. Mr. D. O. Mclntyre, Mall Contractor, Kempsey, New South Wales, writes on June Stb, 1896 : — It gives me great pleasure to state that after suffering from indigestion for nine years I have been cured by Clements Tonic. 1 only took six bottles, when I found I could tat and digest my food ; before taking Clements Tonic everything I ate made me feel miserable. I did not know what to do with myself. I wanted to lie down all the time, but now I go about my work quite lively. In fact, I am -jaite a different maD, and in conclusion I wish to state that I can with all confidence recommend Clements Tonic as a most won derful cure for indigestion, and I hope that the thousands who suffer from it will give Clements Tonic a trial, and meet with the name result as I.— With best wishes for yonr prosperity, I am, yours gratefully, D. C. McINTYRE. The Mil...

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Where Has it Been? [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Where Has It Been? A record which will take a l't of beat;ng came to light last week in connection with the delivery of a letter by the po-Ul depart ment. It would appear that in the year 1873 a lady posted a letter in Hubart, What then happened to the epistle is not rev aid, ?are in the silent fact tbat the letter, after 25 years of official ore, wan last week delivered ! to the lady who wrote it, she bring at pre (tent a resident of Randwick. It would be interesting 1 1 know exactly where the letter has been daring tbe long interval of 25 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Murrurundi Times and Liverpool Plains Gazette — 26 February 1898

Late Advertisements. IN5POUNDHD at Murrurundi, on the 21st day of February, from Murrurundi . Common, by the Ranger :— One roan cow, with yonng heifer calf, un branded. Sum duo at date of notice, 18s 6d, If not released, will be sold at this Pound »t noon on Thursday, tha 10th day of J&arch, 1898. W. H. YOUNG, Poundkeefer.

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