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The English Cricketers. Match against Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
The English Cricketers. Match against Victoria. This match was continued on Saturday and Monday with, the following result :— Viotobia—First Innings. Worrell, st Board, b Storer 13 M'Leod, c Board, b Mason.. .... 16 Trumble, c Hearno, b Storer..,. 107 Rush, st Board, b Storer... ....... 0 Gillor, c and b Mason 17 Stuckey, b Mason .... 59 Bruce, b Mason . 0 Laver, b Richardson 15 Trott, e Hirst, b Richardson ,,;. 39 Johns, not out ..........,..... 31 Roche, o and b Storer.......... 24 Sundries 7 Total 328 Bowling analysis—Richardson, 2 for 104; Storer, 4-for -79; Mason, 4 for 53 ; Honrne, 0 for 56 ; Hirst, 0 for 29. Viotobia.;—Second Innings. M'Leod, o Mason, b Richardson.. 26 Worrall, b Richardson .......... 41 Giller, c Storer, b Richardson,...', t Rush, run out 0 Stuckey, o Board, b Riohardson..,, 2 Trumble, b Richardson 7 Trott, c Maclaren, b Hay ward,. . „ 7 Bruce, retired hurt i i 12 Laver, not out 19 Roche, o Hearne, b Mason 4 Johns, o Board, b Mason ..... . .. 7 Sundries.. 9....
Distraint for Rent. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Distraint for Rent. Mr. W. Cleudiuning announces that he will, on Monday next, at the Chinese gardens of Tong Hop and Co.. offer by public auction steam ongine, boiler, pump, &c , quantity of grow ing crops, vegetables, &c., under dis traint for rent We are requested to state that the purchasers of growing crops will be permitted to leave same on the ground until fit to cut or pull as tho case may be.
Muswellbrook V. Rouchel. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
| . Muswellbrook v. Rouchel. The return match between the Mus wellbrook and Rouohel clubs, and the deciding game"in the Campbell trophy contest, was played at Rouchel on Saturday last, and resulted in a some what easy win for Muswellbrook, who arc thus winners of the trophy and premiers of the electorate for the sea son. Appended are the scores:— Rouohel. A. Cameron, c Smith, b Campbell 12 W. Cameron, c Campbell, b Lips comb 33 P. "Kennedy, b Lipscomb 0 A. Lonsdale, b Lipscomb 5 W. Watts, c M'Neill, b Campbell 12 R. Carter, c M'Neill, b Forrest... 16 D. M'Phee, b Forrest :.. 6 P. Lonsdale, b Forrest,........ 5 B. Sheath, e G-arnsey, b Forrest.. 10 S. Watts, not out ' 0 K. Kennedy, c White/ b Lipscomb 1 Sundries ......... 9 Total .............109 Mtjswellbrook. A. H. Garnsey, l.b.w., b W. Oam -■ &lt;~ieron ..... W'-Jijjscomb, c and b A. Cameron H.Matthews, b 3?, Kennedy.,.. 0. W. White, b W. Cameron.,.. R. M'Neill, c Lonsdale, b A. Cam eron C. Forrest, run out . D. Campbell, ...
Auction Sale of Furniture, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Auction Sale of Furniture, &c. iN'Our advertising columns Mr. ~w. Clendtnning announces an auction sale of superior household furniture and effects at the residence of Mrs. Winsor, Hill street As the vendoi is leaving the district, the things are for absolute sale to' the highest bidder, therefore' those on the lookout for bargains will do well to attend the sale. In addition to the furniture, etc., there will be sold a building, three galvanized iron tanks, and other articles.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Cricket. A match was played on Saturday after noon on the Show Ground, between the Kayuga Club and the Muswellbrook B team, and resulted in a bad beating for the B's, whose batting was as weak as water. The visitors closed their in nings with six wickets down—three of which were obtained by Cox with suc cessive balls—for1119, of which J. De vine scored 6 r by steady play. The bowling of A. Cox for Kayuga appeared to paralyse the home team, who offered but a feeble resistance to Kim. Ap pended are the scores:— Kayuga— 1st Innings C. Devi lie, c Priest, b. Cox. 19 J. Devine, not out...- ■ 61 T. Gall, b Cox. ....... o J. Guy, c A. Rixonjvb .Cox' o A. Cox, run out.....*. .....". 11 E. Devine, b Baker' 2 J. Doyle, c Phillips, b A. Rixon ... 22 Sundries I 4 Innings closed, 6 wickets for... 119 B. Team—1st Innings A. Rixon, b Cox o T. Priest, c E! .Devine, b Gall 3 A. Haigh, c Doyle, b Cox....;....... 3 T. Phillips, c Doyle, b Cox 3 H. Cobcroft, c Guy, b Gall 2 1 W, Baker, b Cox o t H. Cox...
Messrs. Farmer and Comp n. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Messrs. Farmer and Comp n/. | Messrs. Farmer and Co , Limited, of Sydney, will be represented in Mus wellbrook next Wednesday and Thurs day, 16th and 17th 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, Roval Hotel—E. G. Fletcher, Traveller/'' Wh. A. E. Burbank, R.D.S., Vic and Now South Wales, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist, Head Braneh, Tnmvrorth. In const quouce of his ac cident, ho will be unable to make further visits for some time, and re quests patients to wait,
The World's War Cloud. The Outlook Serious. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
The World's War Cloud. The Outlook Serious. 'The Standard says that with the ex ception. of Austria and Germany the European Powers have assured the United States of America that they will remain neutral in case of war be tween that country and Spain. The British Admiralty has warned shipbuilders not to accept orders from either the United States or Spam. The New York Herald states that Sir Julian Pauncefote, the British Minister at Washington, has conveyed Queen Victoria's message of sympathy to President M'Kinley in his efforts to relieve the • distress in Cuba. Hfer Majesty expresses the hope that war will be averted. President M'Kinley has returned his thanks for the Queen's expression, of sympathy, and said he hoped it would be possible to avert war. * The feeling in the United States is increasingly favorable to Britain. Some newspapers discuss the desirableness of forming an alliance be tween the United States, Great Britain, and Japan. The Corean Cabinet has decided to relea...
—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. 15, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, Musical Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
—THE— " ; ]\/[usweUbz>oo^ Qhwrnele O, sacred weapon, left for truth's defence, bole dread of folly, vice and insolence, Reverent we touch thee! but with honest z^al To rouse the henchman of the public weal WEDNESDAY, MAR. 15, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS-, Musical Union. Owing to Mr. McMillan having re signed his position as conductor of the local Musical Union, Mr. E. Beaver baa been requested to net in that ca pacity, and the practices of the Union will take place as usual: -The Union has mnde such good progress up to the present time that it is sincerely to be wished that the members will lseep together and maintain the high reputation the Union has earned as a musical body.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
C. J. SPRA 77, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL * COMMISSION AGENT, Bridge-street, Muswellbrook OFFICES :—Premises lately oecupicd by Mr. J. C. Luscombo, Arcliitoi.t.' Weekly Sales of Fat and Storo Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c., at : Hill's Junction Hotel Yards, EVERY THURSDAY. Account Sales Rendered Promptly. E. :FkSKI^S, • PIANO & ORGAN TUNER, REPAIRER, & AGENT. VISITS MUSWELLBROOK AND DIS TRICT REGULARLY. Tuning and Repairs by appointment*, and yearly contract at reduced fee. Proper musical tradesman's work only, and reason able charges. Loiters addressed to .Scone, or orders left with Mr. Ilooluhan, Annandale. JIuswcll brook, will receivo prompt attention. Wr ffk CUTLER, H 3 Stfcet, gvnwgv |HS UAKKK'S H'J'AXDA ftII SHEFFIELD ItAZOIlS. Sizes Hotmd or Square l'oint— § in wide 5/- each, i „ 6/- „ 7/6 „ 1 „ «/6 „ 1'OST KKliK.. Block Ba'zors from !/• cncli, post fr jc. U3T Scud Jfcfl your impie. ami address for illustrations and prices of BAKER'S Australian cutlery FKEK W. J...
Concert, at Denman. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Concert, at Denman. A very successful co&cert was given in the" Denrrmn School1 of- Arts on Soturdaj' night last* by ; lady and gentlemen amateurs, in aid of the funds of the Musweilbrodk Hospital and Benevolent Societj', the hall being filled with an appreciative audience. The local amateurs were assisted: in their efforts to entertain the audience by visitors from "VVybong, Muswell brook, and elsewhere. The following programme v?as gone through, the dif ferent items being well rendered :—. First part: Overture, "Irish. Dia monds," . Miss Doyle; solo, Mrs. Watts; aong, " Tell her I love her so," Mr. E. Beaver; song, "The Golden Sorrow," Miss Mnson ; song, "Half maat high," Mr. Jones; song, ,(My dad's the engineer," Mrs. Fraser; hornpipe dancej Mr. McKellar ; song, " The Toilers," Mr. Tillidge ; song, " Killarney" Miss Cowan ; recitation, Mr. A. Hewitt; recitation, "How he died," Mr. Evans. Second part: Overture " The Sultan's Grand March," Miss Mason; comic song, " What che...
Death of Mr. B. Richards. The Passing of a Great Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Death of Mr. B. Richards. The Passing of a Great Man. Last Saturday thoro died one of the greatest and grandest old moa that New South Wales ever saw. Mr. " Ben" Richards wiis not only a well known man, bat lie was a man who was loved, honored and respected wherever he was known. Ho was tx Hawkesbury native, and that means I that he \vas a woll set-up man, for the early settlers were a strong hearty race, who lived in the open air and boys liko '' Ben" Itiehanls grew up in ahe full vigour of u hnalthy manhood. The corn and pumpkins of the Hawkesburj' district are responsible for sumo of tlio best men we ever had in New South Wales. Youpg Ben grew up in an atmosphere of stock and produce, whero men s livos were de voted to raising the best of every thing, and it's a good atmosphere for a boy to live in. The Hawkesbury people supplied Sydney with its eat ables ; with its stock nnd farm pro duce; and young Ben soon showed that he was gifted with more than a fair share of the common-sen...
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Local Land Board. A meeting of the Local Land Board, consisting of Messrs. J. Vernon (chair man), ~W. L. C. Brecht, and 0. E. Doyle, was held at the local (Jourt House on Monday lust, when the fol lowing cases were dealt with :— E. J. "Wells, c.p. 97-6, 40 acres; withdrawn. J. J. Roughan, c.p. 97-7, 130acres; confirmed. H. 0. Dobbie, c.p. 98-1, 40 acres; confirmed. J. 0. Almond, c.p. 98-2, 40 aores; confirmed. T. Pitt, c.p. 97-2, 259 acres; per mission given to ringt/ark all useless timber A. F. Dickinson, c.p. 92-19, 95J acres; certificate to issue. A. E. Medhurat, pp. 92 24, 50 acres ; certificate to issue. A. IV Wilkinson, al. 98-1, 49-J acres ; area allotted ; rent £1. The President of the Muswellbj-Qok Farmers Association, it is stated, is organising a party of farmers of this district to visit tjie flawkegbuty Col lege nest month. We nre sure the visit will be a pleasant and profitable ono, and it is to be hoped thftt sijoh visits will become of frequent occur rence in the fut...
Tragedy at Rookwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Tragedy at Rookwood. A terrible double tragedy was enac ted at Rookwood on Saturday morning Early in the morning Mr, and Mrs. William King, the sexton and his wife, were found shot. Mr. King, who had been shot in two places, was in his nightdress at the rear of the house. He was quite dead, and had been bleeding profusely. His wife was found inside the house in a very dangerous condi tion. She had been shot in three places. Dr. F. H. Furnival, J P., was sent for, and arrived in a short time. On examination of the body of Mr. King the doctor pronounced life to be ex tinct, and had little hopes that Mrs. King would recover. So dangerous was her condition that it was decided to send for Mr. T. E. MacNevin, P.M., to take her dying depositions. The woman was quite conscious, and said that the murder had been committed by Martin Cusack, a mar ried man, residing at the corner of Vic tor and Victoria streets, Rookwood. Cusack, she said, was employed at the cemetery until lately, but was dis...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Official Correspondence. The following1 items of correspondence from official sources have benn handed to us for publication by Sir. It. G. D. Fitz-Gernld M.P.:— Department of Public Works, Sydnej, March 10th, 1898. Sir,—I am directed to acknowledge tho receipt of your letter of the 8tb instant with enclosure from the Clerk of Works, Murrurundi, J'0 culvert at Campbell's Croek, G. N. lioad, and to" inform you that a further communica tion will shortly bo made to you, this being merely an intimation that your letter has beei) reeaived. ... J havo,^&cr,... --w. —7 Eobt. hxckson, Under Sec. and Oarnr. for Roads.,' . Department of Lands, Sydney, 14th March, 1898. Sir,—I have the honor to acknow ledge receipt of your letter of the 10th instant with rospect to a grant of monfly for 4-bercleGn Recreation Re serve, and to infonp you fl}?t the same will receive due coosideratioij. I am to aud ^afc a further com munication will be made to yon when a decision in this case has been give...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Rifle Shooting. The'following- scores were made by the Civilian-Riflfl Gjub at the two last prize shootiaga of the March quarter : SOOyda GOOyds li'cap total A. A, Roberts .. 30 29 - 59 T.Lang 27 23 9 59 A. F. Sutherland ■ 28 22 5 55 T. H. Rixcfo .... 24 24 3 51 H. D. Traoey .. 22 19 £ 43 700yds 800yda h'cup totfil W. Haliett ...." 15 16 8 39 A. A. Roberts., ... 18 • 17 - 35 A. F. Sutherland li 13 6 33 H. D, Tracy .... 15 18 3 30 A.GoIdaworthy.. 7 8 12 27 T. Lang........ 14 2 10 26 AGGREGATE. A. A. Roberts.,.... 62 59 121 T. Lttng 62 59 121 A.F.Sutherland .. 65 55 120
Police Court, TUESDAY, MARCH 15,1898. (Before Messrs Ed. Bowman, C. E. Doyle, A. Spencer, and E. C. Brecht, J's.P. ALLEGED INDECENT ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Police Court, Tuesday, March 15, 1898. (Before Messrs Ed. Bowman, C. E. Doyle, A. Spencer, and E. C. Brecht, J's.P. Alleged indecent assault. John Lane appeared to answer a charge of having on the 7th instant, in decently assaulted one Mary Brown. Sergeant Forrest conducted the pro secution, and Mr. J. E. Mclntyre ap peared for the defence, After hearing the evidence of Mary Brown (prosecutrix), M. A. Angel (the girl's employer), and Jane. Brown (mother of prosecutrix) for the prosecu tion, the Bench reduced the charge to one of common assault. The accused, Mary Ann Harper, and Emily Hodges, gave evidence for the defence, and the Bench dismissed the information. FAs the complaint wis not substantiated ana no good purpose can be served by the publication of the evidence, we have deoided not to publish it.—Ed (7.] A hawker's license was granted to Ed. Stringer. " A drunk was admonished and dis charged.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
Painless Dentistry. MR. "W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dentist (late with Dental Hospital Co., Newcastle and Maitland), visits MUSWJSLLBROOK, Monday, Mar, 21st, till Saturday, 2Gth, at Phillips's Hotel. ABERDEEN, Wednesday, March 30th, at Phillips's Hotel. Teeth extracted Painlessly 2s Gd. Upper or lower sets of artificial teeth from a guinea per set. Teeth scaled and cleaned os. Chil dren's teeth regulated. Fillings from 2s 6a. Misfitting- plates remodelled. All work' guaranteed to bo of first-class quality, and at less than Sydney prices. Consultation Free. Do not pay exorbitant prices elsewhere, but como and Beo W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dentist (registered).
Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
•> . pantiatry. Dentristy.-—J. Bealby-Smitli,D.D. S., from London and America, of 482 and 483Georgo-alreet, Sydney, maj'be consulted Free at Mrs. Hicks' private house, Muswellbrook, monthly. Next visit, from 3 p m on Thursday, March 3, to 3 p.m. on Saturday, 5th. Painless extractions guaranteed. Flattering tes timonials havo been given by many of the Squatters and llnsidents in the district, certifying to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work. Charges strictlj' modez-ate, At my Sydney rooms I have a staff of Four Dentists, where a groat reduction is made on ordinary prices. Dentistry of the highest standing is performed by Mb. Percy B. Cohen (Honorary Dentist to the Maitland Hospital), who visits Muswellbrook the fourth Saturday in every month,: and may be consulted at O'Leary's Hotel from 9 to 6, remaining over Saturday and Sunday. All letters for appointments to be addressed to Mr. Percy B. Cohen, Dental Surgeon, Hart's Buildings, High-street, West Miatland.
How to Help the Local Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 16 March 1898
How to Help the Local Paper. You cari'aid.your newspaper greatly, by giving^the; local paper your general ^printingjjy fciyoufdo not' leel able to run ;an-advertisement, surely you can :af-: iford^to'give-'the'newspaper your cards, ■ dodger^xbillheads, ■ envelopes, r and all business• "-priutingto execute. ?• - The newspapsrmian-needs it; and /it hfclps to pay the thousand and one free^no-J tices-he. gtves'you and:your-town jj^but' ■ don't give .it; to the travelling ;;canvasser who can, give you no such return," and is-spending-neither--time,?moneyj--nor brains in helping you to build up your district.:.i.uTlie1 time may come- when a' newspaper^may live' simply, upon the rcvenue. derived: from the! subscriptions.; and advertisements, but no ordinary: newspaper .in any • ordinary town can exist without auxiliary support' derived from general printing.; Therefore,if you. want a good newspaper-^-one that will still help your town—give it all your printing. It is estimated that.the cos...