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Promenade Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
Promenade Goncavfc. . Tiie promenade concert givon by the local jVlusicul'Union, on the Show -Ground, on- Thursday night - last, was very successful.' It was-unfortunate thatthe stago was erected 011 the east ern side of the lnrgo pavilion, bepause tho singers had to contend with n high south-easterly wind 'blowing in their' faces, but this' drawback-.-could • • not• havo: been, foreseen. Thon there was ■tho discordant din made by side-show troups on oithar aide, which dould not but be disconcerting to young per formers. Howover, it is safo to oay that those who hi tended tho concort: were-well pleased with tho programme pvovidttd.- The solections given by tho choruBoe wore perfect renditions and very much appreciated,' aud the singing of the orchestra was romarlc ably.good. Miss E. Dowoll's singing of "Bon Bolt" was oxcollonfc, con sidering the. adverse conditions of wind and' noia'e which the ,singer had to contoud against. • - Messrs. Beaver, Lowe, and Tromoind were in good form,...
Cattle Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
Cattle Sales. I Mr. Edward Higgens (for: Hill, Clark, and Go.) announces in our ad vertising columns that he will offer .800 head of store cattle at tho Muni cipal Salo Yards, on Friday next, 11th instant. Messrs. Corbett & . Snrpso^ 'an nounco that their weekly stock sale will bo held at Seono, on Friday, 11th instant, when; nearly 200 head of fat and store cattle" will bo submitted.
On Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
J.' On' Holidays. ..Ouit respected rail waystationraastor MivlYE. Ward:cis at present taking out liis annual holidays, and during the threo.weoks ho; will bo off duty • ho intends to have a look atMelbourno. and other places of interest, in com pnny with Mrs. Ward. Mr. Bedford, relieving -officer, from Murruruudi, will.be in charge of the station-.during.. Mr. Ward's absence. • ?.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDENY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. At the Criminal Sessions to day, "William Randell, who pleadod guilty to breaking and ontering a dwelling at Manly aud stealing thorefrom, was sentenced to throo years' imprisonment. Joseph Thompson and Lucy Forder, a young couple, charged in connection with the recent extensive robberies at the Glebe, wore sentenced, Thompson to seven yoara ponal servitude, and Forder to twelvo months, concurrent with tho sontenco sho was thon ser ving. Lady Hampdon, who has boon on a visit to England, roturned to Sydney this morning by the express train from Melbourno. London, Monday. A pupil of tho lato Louis Pasteur has discovered a cure for snakobite ii. chloride of gold, A duol was fought botwoen Signors Oaralloti and Macola, mombers of tho Italian Chambor of Deputies, ycstoi dny. Tho former was killed. Captain Guy Cuuningham Knight, Adjutant of North LuncasLiiro Kegi mont, has beon appointed Adjutant of New South Wales Infantry forces. Tho doath is announced...
The Royal Agricultural Society's Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
The Royal Agricultural Society's ?:,.X Show. V; V.j Messiis. Ghiffiths Bros., tea, coffee, and cocoa tnorcliants, of Sydnoyj send •us ft-leaf from tho prize schedule of the a'bovenamed Society", giving par ticulars of the prizes offered by that firm for the best collection of farm and dairy produce in trophy form .at the Society's Show, to bo held during the second week' in. April next. The "prizes offered are: 1st £20,-2nd £10, :3rd £5. : The competition, is confined to Australian' products, but it is? not nocessary such should bo grown; or 'produced by oxhibitor. IV"o think local farmers, judging from the grand i trophies exhibited fit our Show hist ! week, could by combining rnako n, bold I bid for these prizes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
Wanted A GENERAL SERVANT at onco. Apply to MRS. W. FULLER, Piinco of Walc-a' Hotel Hus well brook. To-Let. OARDING ESTABLISHMENT and JD WINE SHOP at DENMAN, in good position mid good business house. , The promises aro now in the occupation of Mr. F. Almond, mid were previously occupiod by tho owner. Partly furnished. Every oomfort nud eonvenioncn. Good stables, plenty of water, two paddocks—one 3.J and the other 7 • Persons desirous of taking over tho liconso and preruisos must apply before tho end of March, as the licenso must bo renewed by 8th April next. li-ull particulars on application to acres. GEORGE ROSS, Denraan, or, MRS. A. MITNRO, Boarding House, Qiiiriudi. To-Let. Bakehouse (Largo Oven) with or without Stable arid Shed. Apply MRS. D. HALL, Sydney-street. Jiluswcllbrook. IMPOUNDED at Muswellbrook, on tho oth March, 1808;: from g>-asa paddock, Kayugm•: by Miv Thos. Gay, jun., Kayuga, damages Is, driving :o. miles. Bay horsb.agefl,« broken, small, star, liind legs wlnte,...
Furniture Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
Furniture Sale. Ma. W. Clendinning announces .in our advertising columns that he will offer by public auction, at the vesidatico of Mrs. Winsor, Hill Street, on Thurs day, 17th: instant, the. whole of • her; ^household furniture and effects, which is described,as being of a very superior kind, and people on the look" out for good things ufc bargain prices should keep in mind the data of this sale.
Upper Hunter P. and A. Association's Show. Third Day. The Drafting Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
Upper Hunter F. and A. Asso ciation's Show. Third Day. The Drafting Contest. The cattle drafting contest wns very keenly contested, some first-class work being done, and tho judges' award did not give unmixed satisfaction. In fact a large nurabor of those present expressed the opinion that Charlio Guy should have been awarded the first prizo. Thoro was, however, littlo to chose bet.woon tlio first and socond prize winners; but Mr. Ed. White's entry was undoubtedly the fastost and nimblest animal and we do not seo that the judges could well^como to any other decision, though the hoi so that was awarded the socoud prize prob ably showed the bost work on the bul locks, some of which, were very lively.
Muswellbrook Hospital and Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
Muswellbrook Hospital Benevolent Society. Tiie usual monthly meeting of the Committee of the abovo was held at the School of Arts on Tuesday after noon. There were present: Messrs. E T. Keys (President), Yen. Arch deacon White, P. Healy, T. J. Haydon (Hon. Treasurer), J. 0. Luscombe, P. Budden, E. C. Brecht, and W. B. Adams (Hon. Sec.) The minutes of the previous meet ing were read aud confirmed. The report of the Visiting Commit tee, giving a list of articles required by the matron, was read. The Medical Officer reported that there were fourteen patients in the Hospital. He recommended that two of the patients bo sent to Liverpool at once, and also recommended the pro curing of a splint for a patient named Munn. Accounts amounting to £20 7s were road, and the reports and accounts were received, on the motion of Messrs. Budden and Haydon. Mr. Haydon reported that he had •written to the authorities for passes to have tho patients rocommended by the Medical Officer sent to Liverpool. ...
COMMERCIAL. Show Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
COMMERCIAL. Show Sale. Hdward - Hifgens, for Hill, Clark and Co., reports having sold On account of B. Haydon, Esq., Bland ford, ii'.merino, rams to £3 7s 6d, averaging-^ os 6d; account C. W. White 14 fat wethers at 8s 6d, 1 pony at ^4 ; account E. Lynch," t bull; calf 40s; account Thos. Cook, draught stallion "Young Davie," at ^32.; ac count J. Wilkins, 1 cow at £3.
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 March 1898
Brevities. A syndicate is opening Kiosks in loading London thoroughfares for tho sale of newspapers and as offices of in formation. Thoy aro fitted up with telephones and mossengor Calls. Tho revonuo for N. S. W. for February shows an incroase of £68,000 as compared with tho same '-eriod' of last year. A man at Darlaston, England, who sudclonly wont blind seven years ago, had his sight as suddenly restored a day or t wo ago, while engaged nurs ing a child. The E. M. S. China, which sailed from Melbourne for London jn Tues day took away £100,000 iu gold. (Jhertsey is one of the few towns in England whore the Curfew has been continuously rung for over 800 years. Tho first-Government train was run on the Cundoboliu railway on Tuesday. Three tripsin one week will bo made in future. A crossing sweeper iu a fashionable part of "West Londou advertised his pitch for sale in 'a dtiily newspaper. He had owned the crossing for 14 years and a'skod £100 for the good will. Messrs Baxter and Sadle...
Sporting. TheTurf. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 March 1898
Sporting (By Pjiin). Th« Tiinf. Charge, looking n bit above himself, could not oxtond Mirella in the Stowiml's 1'late at Rand wick oil Satur day. AInria, winnor of the A.J.O. Nur sery Handicap, is a half sister to Mer man now in England. The Turnnvilln bred Eitebab, bj' Invader from Bubette, finished very gamely in the Denison StakeB, iefoat ing tho Chipping Norton representa tive, Little "Widow, by a head. Reaper, who ran second in the New market Handicap, was sold as a year ling for 20 guineas, Tho Sydnoy galloway Cindorella re cently won a race in India defeating the Invader horse Redavni. Since his return from Melbourne StraUiroy has been showing signs of lameness. There are 250 fiuaDcial members in the Newcastle Tattersall's Club, Swanhildu is doing good work at Rand wick undor Joe Burton. El Norte was Bold in Melbourne for IGo guineas. Mr. Benjamin Richards, who owned soveral good horses in his time, died at Richmond on Saturday. The late Sir Thomas Elder, a well known South A...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 March 1898
Brief Mention. It is notified in the Government. Gazette that tho annual contribution to be levied to moet tho expenses of tho Diseases in Sheep Act of 18GG, for the year 1898, shall bo reduced to eight shillings per 1000. The introduction of cattle, horses, camels, and sheep from the tick in fested area of Queensland, lias boon further prohibited by proclamation for a further period of six montli3. The Muswollbrook District Court will bo opened in the local court house on Friday next, 18th instant. Humour says that somo cases of inoro than ordinary importance in tho district will como before this sitting of the court. The Gunnedah P. and A. Associa-. tion's Show will be held at Gunnedah on the 11th and 12tli Maj' uext. Tkwksuury's for watch and Jewel lery repairs. Tho Windsor Magazine for February is an excellent number, and well sus tains the high reputation which this monthty has so deservodly won. The Scone Advocate has nothing but praise for the officials and committee of the U...
Political Mems.. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 March 1898
Political Mems. . It is stated that, at tho cloao of the Federa tion Convention, Mr. W. J. Lyno, leader of the" Opposition, will visit nil the Northern oentros for the purpose of delivering political addresses. Mr. Price, morabor for Gloucester, explains the emigration of Viotorian farmers to Now South Wales by stating that thoy came over here to take up homestead leases on the easy terms offered by tho Now South Wales Land Act, to grow wheat and rest their land in Victoria for five years, aud at tho end of that timo thoy will recross tho Murray aud return to thoir old homos. Does anyone bcliovc this ? Mr. It. D. Meagher, who intends contesting tho Tweed Electorate against Mr. Kelly, is apparently preparod ro promiso anything to obtain votes. He told tho electors tho other day that if ho could not got moro Government money expended in tho clectorato in one year ! than Mr, Iiellv had obtained in four years ho would resign. What modesty ! But R.D.M, is not olected yot. Nothing has so ...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 March 1898
Official Correspondence. The following items o£ correspondence from official sources liavo been handed to us for publication by Mr. II. G. D. I'itz-Qorald Department of 1'ublic Works, Sydney, 6th March, 1898. Duto of letter uudcrroply:—10th ultimo, foi-wardiug communications from tho Mayor of Scone and Mr. S. H. Thomas. Subject: —Cqijiplaining of the condition of tho road from the Great Northern Road up Dry Creek. Roply :—-Tendors woro invited recently for certain improvements on this road, but tho lowest tenderer refused to take up the work, and as tho noxt offer was considered too high approval was given to call for fresh tondors which will be dono very shortly. lioBEitT Micks on, Under See. nnd Gomr. for lloade. Department of Public "Words, Sydnoy, 5th March, 1808. Date of letter under reply :—2nd ultimo, forwarding a communication from tho Stewart's Brook Progress Committee. Subjeot:—Urging the erection of a now footbridge near tho School at Stewart's Brook. Reply,:—Arrangements...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 March 1898
SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the Kiup of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 11, l'S78, Awarded diploma at the Amstordam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged bv Medical Clinics and Univer sities all over the Globe. There arc imitations of Eucalypti Kxtraet in the market, produced of'simple distillation, forming crude, resinous oils. In order that theao orude oils may not bo mistaken for our Sm'o Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised y the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to bo of perfectly pure origin, aa per information for wnrded to us through tlio ^Consul at Melbourne, March 2,1878, we stateIt is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn nnd Griefswald (Prussia); and reported to by Dr. Solmlt:;» Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Profession 1)1% Mossier, Director of the Medical Cl...
Messrs. Farmer and Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 March 1898
Messrs. Farmer and Company. Messrs. Farmer and Co., Limited, of Sydney, will be represented in Mus wellbrook next Wednesday and Thurs day, 16th and 17 th of March, with the Autumn patterns and samples, Tailor ing, Mercery, Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Ready-made Black Skirts, Dress Goods, Flannels and [ Flannelettes, Carpets and Linoleums, Gloves and Hosiery, &c., &c. Sample Room, Royal Hotel—E, G.Fletcher, Traveller.*
Riots in Bombay. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 March 1898
Riots in Bombay. A serious outbreak has taken place in Bombay in connection with the carrying out of the operations for the suppression of the plague. A party of plague officials was at tacked by the natives while ascertain ing the cause of the illness of a Mo hammedan woman. Tho party was dispersed. The police interfered, but were stoned. They then fired on tl*e mab, killing fouv of the rioters, and wound ing several others. The excitement spread like wild firo, Hindoos joining with the Mohamme dans in resisting the authorities. Two privates of the Shropshire Regi ment wore killed while walking along the street. European officers and the police were severely handled, several being seriously wounded. Europeans were beaten and stabbed. Bazaars and ambulances were burnt, and attempts were made to set fire to the hospitals. The European nurses narrowly es caped with their lives. A surgeon of the Jamsetjee Hospital was badly wounded. Tho rioters were repelled after sev eral had been kil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 March 1898
SILVER CITY CUP, Marcli 23. 25,000" Subscribers at 5. HAWKESBURY HANDICAP, 2nd April. 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each. DONCAS^R HANmCApToth April. 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each. SYDNEY CUP, 11th April. 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each, ADELAIDE CUP, llth Maj'. 100,000 Subscribers at 5. BIRTHDAY CUP, 24th May. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 each. ELI .ERSMERE STAKES,"1th June. 25,000 Subscribers at 5 each. ROSEHILL CUP, 25th Juue. 50,000 Subscribers at 5 eacli. FOR FULL PARTICULARS .READ OUR PRINTED ADVERTISEMENTS. Address :— ■ TATTERS ALL, Care Goo, Adams. HoTjart, Tasmania. ta$ta£tZ£3Z££3k.tezl r-V ^.T-f-.TrrT.-y-T 1 The day was young and not fur spent, As through the busy streets thero wont A youth (&3 yet unknown to fame), Buaring aloft the well-known name— ' " DR. WAUGH'S." His eye was bright, his form upright; He held his banner to tho light; His business thero, to advertise The Powder famed for Cukes and Pies— "DR. WAUGH'S." Nor snow, nor ice, were seen about, As lustily that youth d...