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Show Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 5 March 1898

Show Sales. Mr. • G. J.- Spbatu.' reports having sold on tho Show Ground, on.Thurs day, ou account of P. Mulliris, 4 rains at £1. 1 at £2 10s, 1 at £3 3, 1 ut £d 5a,' 1 at £8, 2 at £4 12a 6d, 1 at £13 10s, 1 at £13 159.' A/u-S WisomaD,. 2 ewes at £4 5a. 1 at £4 10s, 1 at £4. Also cow at £3 IGsj and prize bullocks at £5.l4.s. 2 Berkshire suckers at £1, and farm produce at satisfactory priccB.

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SECTION XII. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 5 March 1898

Section XII. FARM PMMUCE. To be exhibited by the Grower ; three-bushel bag full, unless otherwise specified. Best bag o£ Milling Wheat (loOlbs or upwards) grown in the Robertson Elector ate. One exhibit only by each competi tor ; each entry must b"c accompanied by a sworn declaration to the effect that the wheat liown is a fair sampleof at least 25 bags grown by exhibitor. Should objection be lodged, the exhibitor to produce proof that his bulk is equal to his exhibit. First Prize, £">; Second Prize, £3 ; Third Prize, £1, offered by Mr, II. L. White—John Guy, Kayuga, i ; John Soles, Spring Oroek, 2 ; Brccht Bros., Rosemomit, 3. Best Bag of Milling Wheat (only one entry of each variety) JEl, offered by Sir. Geo. Iiixon : second prize 10s offered by Mr. J. Solos—Jolm Guy, Kayugn, 1 ; 0. Tucker, Ivaguga, 2. Skinless Barley, 10a—l'\ S. and II. W. B :1I, Pickering. Cape Barley, 10s—13. Budden, Grass Tree. English Barley 10s—No .award. Cob Maize, largo variety, 103—J. Daniols, Roseliil...

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Buckjumper Riding. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 5 March 1898

Buckjumpep Riding. An .'interesting contest, arising out; of the' bucl<jumper riding display on the Show Gronnd on Friday, has beon arranged between Powell and Parker, to take place at the municipal yards at 11 o'cIock' this (Saturday) morning. Two j-oung horses that have never been hnndled will be run into the yard, and each man will catch, mount and'ride one of the animals. A chargo of Is: will be made for admission to the yards, :ancl the amount collected' will be donated to the Hospital. >, •

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SECTION XV. FLOWERS AND PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 5 March 1898

Section XV. I FMWEES AMID FJLAMTTS. Cut Flowers, table bouquet, os—Mrs, Tewksbury, Muswellbrook Cut Flowers, hand bouquet, us—Mrs. Tewksbury, Mnswellbrook Collection of Six Button-boles, 5s—Miss P. Ciendinning, Muswellbrook Collection of Cut Flowers, 5s—Mrs. J. C. White, Edinglassic. 1; Mrs Wilson, Mus wellbrook, h o Six Pots.Ornamcntal and Foliage Plants 10s, offered by Mrs. J. C. White—W, Bar, rett, Muswellbrook, 1; Mrs. "Wilson, Mus wellbrook, li e Collection of Plants in Flower, not less than six pots, 10s, offered by Mrs, J. C. White—Miss P. Clendinning, Muswellbrook Collection of Ferns, not less than six pots, 10s, offered by Mrs. J. C. White— W. Barrett, Muswollbrook, 1 ; Mrs. Wilson, Muswellbrook, h c Best One Specimen Plant, 5s—W. Bar rett, Muswellbrook, 1 ; Mrs. Wilson, Mus wollbrook. h c Fern Basket, 5s—Mrs. Wilson, Muswell brook, 1 ; Miso E. Cafe, Muswellbrook, h c Best Collection of Chrysanthemums 10a—No entry Best collcction oC violets, not less than «i varieties, to b...

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SECTION XIV. WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 5 March 1898

Section XIV. WHITES. Four Bottles. Prize 10s. Red, Full-boclied, any Vintage—Breclit Bros., Rosemount Bed, Light, any Vintage—Breclit Bros., Rosemount Bed, Full-bodied, Vintage 1897—Brecht Bros., Rosemount Red, Light, Vintage 1897—Breclit Bros., Rosemount Red, Sweet, any Vintage—Brecht Bros., Rosemount White, Full-bodied, any Vintage—Brecht Bros., Rosemount White, Light, any Vintage—Brecht Bros. Rosemount White, Full-bodied, Vintage 1897—Brccht Bios., Rosemount White, Light, Vintage 1897—Breaht Bros., Rosemount White, Sweet, any Vintage—Brecht Bros. Rosemount Sparkling Wine, Dry—No award Sparkling Wine, Fruity.—No award

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SECTION XVIII, APICULTURE. Open to all comers, entrance 10s 6d. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 5 March 1898

Suction XVI11, AMCTUfl/ffltmE. Open to nil comers, entrance 10a Gd. Collection o£ the Best Apicnltural Pro ducts, in trophy form, to include extracted and comb honey nud beeswax, 1st prize .-£2, offered by 1'. and A. Association ; 2nd prize, case of wine valued 2os, offered by Messrs. ISrccht Bros.—A. A, Roberts, JIuswollbrook, 1 and 2, Open to all comers, entrance, free. Best Leather Colored Queen nnd Prog eny, bred by exhibitor, in observatory hive, 1st prize, 10s, offored by Mr. C. C. Paul ; 2nd, 5s, offered by Mr. P. Budden~Ponder Bros., \Ve6t Maitland, 1; A. A. Itoberts, MuswelUnwk, U,c. Best Golden Queen and Progeny, bred by exhibitor, in observatory hive, first prize, 10s, offered by Mr. \V. Ilill; second, 5s, of fered by Mr. II. J. Clarke—A. A. Roberts, Muswcilbrook, 1 and 2 ; Pender Bros., West Maitland, highly commended 12 lib Jars of Liquid Honey, first prize 10s (id, offered by Messrs. M. Campbell and' Co. ; second, 5s, offered byMr. Hazclwood— Thos. Kllerton, Muscle' Cr...

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SECTION XVI. NEEDLE & FANCY WORK (Prepared by Exhibitor, unless otherwise specified. Entrance free in this section, except where specified). [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 5 March 1898

Section XVI. RJIEIEiroiLIE & JFAMCSf WfflUBEi. (Prepared by Exhibitor, unless otherwise specified. Entrance free in this section, except where specified). Fancy Hand Needlework (one piece), to include arasene and crewel work, 5s—Miss F. Saxon, Murrurtindi. Only entry. Plain Hand Needlework (white), four pieces, to be competed for by children under fourteen years of age, attending any school, £2 ; second, 10s. Additional entrance, 2s (id. Offered by Mr. Edward White—Miss F. Smith, Kayuga. Only entry. Darning, C pieces, to be worked over holes, us—Miss E. Vindin, West Maitland. Fancy Hand-made Needlework, not more than three pieces, 5s—Miss. I'. Olcndinning, Muswellbrook. Most Original and Best Made Fancy Pin cushion 5s, offered by Mrs, Wilson—Mrs. J. Bennie, Aberdeen. Buttonhole Work, not less than twelve holes, 5s—Miss II. G. Smith, Kayuga. Knitted Hose or Socks, 5s—Miss M, Smith, Kaj'uga. Fancy-made Woolwork, not more than three pieces, 5s.—Mrs. N. F. Asser, Scone. Gentlema...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

van- 'ffWto a/sr. DRAPERY MID MERCERY OF EYERY DESCRIPTION. HOOTS and Rvcrv sliniie ond .size for : Ladies, Genll-jiv.eri, and Children. SHOES Splendid variety to choosy from,:.. DRESS 5IA.T.KKIALS, l'fiPJTUAUSRY.. kc„ NHW GOOD3 FJRECSBS TH 52 SiiO'S 'fi'MJl'] ©fiitEESS!-. . Coiiie.aiid ice for -ISfoesrseSveH.-- EM>n't:|»o. afiraid.to Call at • vK&£JL UTAOKEM, MARKET. ST., ''NEARLY OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION. M US W E LLB RO 0 K' .MEROBKY^ DEPOT. ARRIVAL OF NEW SEASONS GOODS. fUST LANDED^ a splendid assortment of ■ Gents' Mercery, Hats, Clothing, Umbrellas, Bows, Scurfs, Lombards, &c. GENTS HATS' from Is. Fashionable Torai Hat, 3s 6d, tin equalled for value. Dozens of makes shapes and.colors, GLGTHIKG-—An up-to-date assortment of Tailor-made Suits fro in £ i Is. Good Tweed .-Trousers3s 6d ;'pei" pair, nothing ? ■, to beat them in the trade. v ■ ■. - . SKIRTS —Tennis, Havard; Canvus, Galatea, .Crimean, Flaunei ' etle. A first-class White Shirt,- the celebrated ; " Ac...

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Robbery at Branxton. The Post Office Entered. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

Robbery at Branxton. The Post Office Entered. No little excitement was caused at Branxton on Saturday laat when it was reported that tho sum of about £11 had been stolen from the local post office. The theft was first dis covered on Saturday morning, when the postmastefc, Mr. Tulloch, on enter ing his office found that someone had entered through one of the windows, and possessing himsolf o£ the keys, which had been inadvertently left on tho counter, opened the safe and ap propriated the money. The caskbox was afterivards found in the back yard, where it had evidently been thrown. The matter was at once placed in the hands of the police, but up to tho present tho porpetrators of this audacious robbery have not been arrested. The opinion has been ex pressed that the culprit or culprits aro not strangers, from the quietness and ease in which the burglary was com mitted.

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A.J.C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

A.J.C. Races. The abovonamed races took place at Rand wick on Saturday aftornoon last, with the following results :— . Denison Stakes, 0 furlong?.—Ettebab, Gat 71b (P. Fielder), 1 ; Littlo Widow, Gst 121b, 2 ; Influenza, 7st 21b, 3. Fourteen started. Won by a head. Time, limn. 14£sOO. Stewards' Plate (weight-for-age), 1 mile, Mirclla, 8st 31b and 71b pen. (Cromwell), 1 ; Chargo, Sst and 101b pen., 2; Whakawateu, S.st 121b, 3. Glendennon (9.1) also started. Won by two and a half longths. Time, lmin. 4-isec. Nursery Handicap, 5 furlongs.—Alaria, Sst 71b (Leadbeater) 1 ; Jenny Moore, 8st 21b, 2 ; Carronade, 7st 21b, 3. Eighteen started. Won by two longths and a half. Time, lmin. 3Jaeo. Alexandra Stakes, 1£ mile.—Ravon's Plume, 7st Sib (E£. Cook), 1 ; First Mate, Sst 71b, 2 ; Brazen Jjiid, 7st 121b 3. Ten started. Won by half a length. Time, 2inin. 13sec, Weltee Handicap, 1 mile.—Eastern King, 9st 91b (Barden), 1 ; Ace of Diamonds, 8st, 2 ; Queen of the Ring, Sst 21b, 3. Sixteen started...

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Y.R.C. Autumn Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

Y.R.C. Autumn Meeting. The concluding day's racing of the above meeting took place on Saturday last, with the following results :— All-aged Stakes, 1 mile.—Bobadil, Gst 121b (Manning), 1 ; Wait-a-bit 9st, 2 ; Relic, Ost 91b, 3. Five started, Won by seven lengths. Time, lmin. 40Jsee. Unplaced Two-year-old Stakes, 5 fur longs.—Ranfurly, 7st 101b (F. Fielder), 1 ; Auriferous, 7st 101b, 2 ; Rpnjitsinhji, 7st 101b, 3. Nino started. "Won by three lengths. Time, lmin 3see. Palace Handicap, 1.J mile,—Oravat, 8st 81b, (Oleiil), 1; Moonlyong, 8st 111b, 2; Naneylea, Gst 71b, 3. Nine started. Won by eight lengths. Time, 2rniu. 35{seo. Second Steeplechase, about 2 miles.— Whernsido, 13st 71b, (Mooney), 1 ; Tapage, lOst 121b, 2 ; Eumeralla, list, 3. Won by half a furlong. Tirno, 6min. Slisoc. Loon Plate (weight-for-age), 1J mile.— Battalion, 8st 121b, (Anwin), 1 ; Amberito, 8st Clb, 2 ; Bundook, Ost, 3. Won easily by two lengths. Time, 3min 5sec. Farewell Handicap, 1 mile.—Spencer, Gst 91b, (Coop...

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The Far East. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

The Far East. Tho Times states tliut immediately the Chinese loan of £10,000,000 was ratified Russia demanded from China the recognition of Sovoreign rights at Port Arthur and Talienwan .Bay, in tho Liao Tong Peninsula, on the same terms as those granted to Ger many at Kiao-chou. Russia also demandod rights to construct a railway to Potuna or tho extension of the trans.Manchurian railway to Kwang-chung tzu, Mukden, and Port Arthur. Russia has allowed China fivo days within which to reply to hor demands. In tho ovont of a refusal Russia will invade Manchuria. A Router telegram says that France has mado corresponding demands for compensa tion in Southern China. Tho Shanghai Mcrcury states that tho Vice roys of Nanking, Liang-liu, and Nu-Nan havo agreed to administer the Yang-tso-kiang Valley, irrespective of tho Emperor of China. Tho report has not yot beou confirmed.

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Queen Rearing. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

Queen Rearing. Following is the full text of the paper by Mr. W. S. Pender, read at the con ference of beekeepers held in Muswell brook last week :— The rearing of queens may be said to consist of two separate branches, viz., the production of the mature queen cell, and the getting of the young queen to laying. . By following Nature's laws and the adoption of scientific methods 011 an average, better queens will be produced by an experienced beekeeper than by the bees when left to themselves to rear queens for swarming By adopting a proper system queen cells can be raised in large numbers under the most favour able circumstances, but the raising of cells does not require so much skill and attention as the getting of these queens to laying, for it is in this the queen breeder has often much loss. . Anyone can produce a few queens, but I cannot commend the practice of anyone with but a season's experience among bees becoming queen breeders. It would be much better for himself and the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

©a? % OUT OF GRATITUDE Kir my nun wonderful restoration to liculih, J *h&ll b>* (• n rrcpipt ol st.'impctl fnr«* oi <0 to forward FREE ADVICE^ to any ^un «n unilcrmg frtmiTumoun, l>l«p!ftceirient<, Weakm-M, lUcrration or Irrcgulnritie", conccrning a SIMPLE StLF-APPLIED REMEDY which alter many yc-nra of fuffcifnp I wan cared. MRS. MORTON, BOX 718, G.P.O , SYDNEY*

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West Africa. THE SITUATION CRITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

West Africa. THE SITUATION CRITICAL. Intelligenco from "West Africa states tlmt Colonel H. E. M'Callum, Governor and Com mander-in-Chicf at Lagos, is proceeding to Okuta and Otuu, in tho Kingdom of Borgu. The Paris Temps says that tho objoct sought to bo attained by tho British is to isolate tho Trench posts at Kisbi, Kicunu, and Par alui. It declares that by his action Colonel M'Callnm is aggravating tho situation and is risking a.conflict. The sittings oi tlio Auglo-I'.ouch Delimita tion Commission liavo been discontinued, owing it is said to tho illness of several of tho French Commissioners. A message was received in Sydney on Mondajr from tlio Vancouver police to the effect that none of the persons who took a prominent part in Sydney in placing the alleged atmospheric gas upon the market as a commercial con cern were on board tho mail steamer Aorangi on her arrival at Vancouver; News has been received from tho lie du Diablo, Cayenne, to the effect that Captain Dreyfus has attem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

SILVER CITY CUP, March 23. 25,000 Subscribers at 5. HAWKESBURY HANDICAP, 2nd April. 25,000 Subscribers at 6 enoh. DONCA^^S^DICApT9th April. 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each. SYDNEY CUP, lltli April. 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each, ADELAIDE CUP, llth May. 100,000 Subscribers at 5. BIRTHDAY CUP, 24th May. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 each. ELLERSME.RE STAKES, 4th June. 25,000 Subscribers nt 5 each. ROSEHILL CUP, 25tli June. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 each. ' FOR FULL PARTICULARS READ OUR PRINTED ADVERTISEMENTS. Address :— TATTERS'ALL, Care Geo. Adams, Hobart, Tasmania. &$!55C^,^irT3>'1=T^^/?,3^i?"-P?il®$?Toj9S5»i The flay wna young and not f;ir spent, As through tho husy streets there vieut A yonth fas yet unknown to fume), Bering aloft the well-known name— " DR. WAUQK'S." His eyo was bright, his form upright; Ho hold his lranofr to tho light; Hta business tho:o, to advertiio Tho Powder famed fcr Cukes ami Pins— "DR. WAUGH'S." Nor snow, nor ico, were soeu about, As lustily that youth did...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

H. J. CLARKE & CO., Coach and Buggy Manufacturers, IIUSWELLBROOK, BEG to inform tho residents of the Upper Hunter District that, in consequence of the continued depression they have made considerable reductions iu all classes of work. Single Seated Buggies from t25 Double Seated Buggies from t32 Sulkies fr jm 110 10s. Tyre Cutting, Five Shillings per wheel. iAINTING & REPAIRING executed on tho shortest notice und at reduced rates.; "VTONE but the very bast material used, JL\ and all work guaranteed. TWELVE PENNIES, Post Free, TO ANY PART OF AUSTRALIA, A. Book^ of Invaluable AGRICULTURAL HINTS, written in populnr lin^runp^c by a practical man, 1/-; but worth pounda sterling to anyone upon the land. 55 NEW - CHUM - FARMER, R \r T Fi Urvnnrvnnrvtr AUTHOR of " An Australian Bush Track,' by J . U. liGnnGSSGy ."The Dis Honourable,-J5tc. Crown Outavo, lliG pages. Fancy Boards. ONE SHILLING. FAliMING HINTS. DAIRY HINTS. . ORCHARD HINTS. ALL COLONIAL BOOK SELLERS. Or POST FRE...

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Beekeepers' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

Beekeepers' Conference. As briefly stated in our last issue a conference of beekeepers wns held at the School of Arts, on Wednesday night last, when Mr. E.Bowman, J P., occupied the chair, and about 25 bee keepers were present, reprosonting centres from Sydney to Ourrabubula. Mr, Tipper's paper on "Adultera tion" was discussed at considerable length. Mr. Ward, Secretary of tho National B.K.A., after presenting the hearty greetings of the Sydney Association to tho Muswollbrook Association and others assembled, stated that (lie ques tion of adulteration bad received earnest consideration in Sydney. The Minister had been waited on, and they had boen promised that prosecu ; tions would be commenced against j)orsor.8 selling adulterated honey. Complaints bad been made of several vendors, and he hoped that prosecu tions would follow. Some of the honey put on the market was labelled " Ex tracted Honey" in large type, while in very small type wero tho words " with dextros," and ho hoped suc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

A RARE CHANCE FOR THE SHOW. : Men's Ready-made Suits, all patterns, from 17/6 < and the very best Tailor Finish, 27/6. Boys' Suits, from 4s 6d. COM3E1 EARLY! AlvF,: SUTHERLAND & CO., MUSWELLBROOK. G.E.MOREY, ' GENERAL CARRIER, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENT, AGENT FOR WRIGHT, HEATON AND CO., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. Meet £4.11 'CoQVeyajKcs Provided for Picok Parties, &C FOLEY STREET (near Station), MUSWELLBROOK. To- Subscribers ' Those who ; have not yet forwarded | their subscriptions to the: Chronicle are i invited to do so without delay. The ramountj of subscription: was reduced | froin. ist Janiiaiy. inst; as follows :Per. [ annum (in advance)::iss ; per quarter i (in; advance) 4s ; looked,:; 4S ;6d ; per quarter. Advance subscriptions : must i be paid within the; first month of the i quarter: Sing|etcopies . 2d each.. In tending subscribers are invited to.send in their names as early as convenient. I The year, or;('quarter' Comme...

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—THE —Muswellbrook Chronicle O, sacred weapon, left for truth's defence, Sole dread of folly, vice and insolence., Reverent we touch thee! but with honest zeal To rouse the henchman of the public weal WEDNESDAY, MAR. 9, 1898. The United States and Cuba. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898

—THE— fyfusweUbzoofy fflwomele O, stwtcd weapon, left for truth's .defence"*1 Sole dread of folly, vice and insolence., Reverent wc touch tlice! but with honest zeal To rouse the henchman of the public weal WEDNESDAY, MATi. 9, 1898. .-The.-United States and Cuba. It' the Maine incident should end , in the intervention of the 'United States between Spain and litSr, re volted. colony, and the consequent emancipation of; Cuba, the friends of humanitj', liberty and progress, all the world over, will rejoice. The present condition of the Pearl of the Antilles—as this phenomenally rich", island is styled—is a disgrace not merely to Spain, which is primarily responsible for it, but to civilisation ~ in general, and to the United States in particular, because she is in a po sition to interfere with most effect. For years a policy : of tyranny and murdorous cruelty lias been carried on by the Spanish Government in Cuba. . First they goaded their col ony to revolt by the rapacity .of their, e...

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