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Fishing Parties. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Fishing Parties. Numerous fishing parties with all sorts of appliances for capturing the finny inhabitants of the Hunter, and a good supply of " creature comforts" as well, have been made , up of late, and some good catches are reported; but fish stories like snake yams must be taken cum grano salts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.— Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication mnde by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 1-1, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Univer sities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, produced of simple distillation, forming crude, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be mistaken for our Euro Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recoguiaed y the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information for warded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of 13onn aud Griefswahl (Prussia); aud reported to by I)r. Sclmltz, Professor of Plmrmncalogy at Bonn, and Professior Dr. Mossier, Directrrof the Medical Cl...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Brevities. About half-past four on Tuesday af ternoon a young woman named Flor ence Ah l.um, who had been sentenced at the Central Police Court in the fore noon to a month's imprisonment for assaulting a woman, jumped into the harbour off the Water Police launch at Circular Quay immediately she got on board after leaving the police van. Constable M'Cracken promptly dived after the woman and secured her, though she stiuggled and resisted the efforts to save her, and cried out asking that she should be let die. However, she was soon placed on the launch, and was taken back to the Water Police Station. John Norton calls upon Mr. Lyne to formulate his policy at once. John has announced his own policy and he wants the leader of the Opposition to adopt it. The party is.at present very much divided against itself, and the re sult is inevitable. The Government contemplate the issue of a copy of the Commonwealth Constitution Hill to every elector on the ioils in this colony, and also" a plai...

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Shearing for 1898. An A. W. U. Manifesto. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Shearing for 1898. A. W. U. Manifesto. Members of the Australian Work eri Union lmvo- issued a manifesto to determine th<> policy in regard to shearing for 1898. The practical features are as follows :—To maiutain £1 per 100 iu New South Wales for shearers, nnd union ra*es for . shed hinds. 2. The form of agreement is left open to members, urging thein to sQfiirH tho bpst possible terms. 3. Engagements may bo made direct with employers, or through the' P.U. of ficers. 4. Members are instructed to accept references when offered. 5 Members are urged to discountenance the contract system of shearing. G Members are not permitted to buy the shearing machines thoy use, nor to pay rent for them or for their shearing stands. 7. All available funds will be devoted to poli ioal, jntinicipal, and industrial organisa tioo.

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Homebush Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Homebusii Stock Sales. Sheep.—About 15,000 penned and values were much the same as on Thursday. Values were easier for lambs. Oattle.—-About I33Q yarded. Buyers wore in poor attendance, and they aotgd very cautiously, values . being lower.

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Maitland Markets. J. N. BRUNKER AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

; Maitland Markets., J. N. BRUNKER AND SON'S REPORT. .j Fat Cattle.—Largs supply forward to a good attefiflbnce oi' the trade. Sfarkot about equal to late rates. We sold: Wi'H. Abbott, bullocks from £3 ljjsl;6d to £4 8s, 1 worker £3 4s, cows $k"£l: 19s to £2 13s; M. Boland, bul-. tonkfl at £4.S3 6d lo £4 9sJ. Abbott, bulloclia at £3 ;18s" to £5 Ss -6d ; H. Darcy, cows at - £2 7n 6d- to £3 ; J. O'Donnell, cows at £2 2s 6d ; J. Ellis, bow afc'£2 14s; IJ. Hungerford, Cows it £1 16s to £2 4s. ^ Fat Calves.—Light supply forward to a good attendance of the trade ; good quality vealers sought for. We gold: M. J. Thompson's at 14s; L. Manning's at 17's ; E. Hungerford's at £1. - . Fat Sheep.—Large supply, good at tendance of buyts, demand active, and values without alteration. Wo sold : J. H. Doyle, wethers at 7s 9d, ewes 6s to 6s 2d; R. Jurd, wethers at 6s lOd; W. Gr. Baker, wethers—top3 at 8s to 8s lid, sr-conds 6s to 7s, ewes Ja lid, lambs 6s 7d to 8s ; H. Wilson, wethers at 7s, ewes 5s ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

^^^qOMMEROIAL. Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market Edward Higgens,. for Hill, Qlark, and Co,, reports for Friday . lasl. About 1300 yarded to a good attend, anco o-f buyers Competition brisk for all good sorts and towards tie.end good.prices ruled. I sold—-Oa".account., of A. Norton, Barry, 257. bullocks. .to £3:8a, averaging £2 13s 7d; .l7l,\caw.s to £2 8s 6d ; Peel River Go., Goonoo Gfoonoo, 442 cows from £l 6s 6d to £2 9s, averaging , £1t lls.jlfld; D Carey,, -8 . bulloclts at £3 'lis; B. Cowan,^5 cbwe froth £2 0s- 6d toJ.£2 I7a'6d,''2 bullocksat "'£2/ lis; Various' owners, ?8. cows: from £1 lOs to-£3; lOs,'14 bullocks from £2 Us to £3' IBs. ' ' - March 22, 1898. : ' . i.At .Messrs Harrison,' Jones, and Devlin's sale yesterday 360 bullocks averaged £2 17s, and 166 cows aver aged nearly £2, wliicli~is considered Eery satisfactoi-y." -

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Tick Pest in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Tick Pest in Queensland. The members of the Queensland Stock Board left Brisbane on Monday for the Gladstone district for the purpose of investigating the condition of the tick pesf. The party was ac companied by Mr. Orr (secretary of the board), Mr. Archer (member of the board), and Mr. Palmer (divisional inspector). They were to have been met by a party at Gladstone. Mr. Chataway will meet them at Eock hampton on the 21st. inst. The monthly report from the divisional inspector of stock in the Central dis trict is veiy favorable. The only new discovery of ticks lias been in the Mount Morgan district on Galliungal resumption on some selections there. This outbreak borders on the quaran tine line, and and will ne cessitate in the removal of the line further south. All the inspectors in the Central district report that the country is it. fine condition ; the stock are fat and looking healthy, but there are no means of getting them to market. The Eockhampton inspector, Mr. Markham, als...

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Foul Brood. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Foul Brood. The following paper was read at tho late Bee Conference held at Mus wellbrook :— A few remarks on foul brood by William S. Phjjler. I think all practical beekeepers are acquainted with text book descriptions of foul brood, so I need not repeat thetn here, my object is to give a few words of advice to those who live in districts where foul brood is prevalent. I think amateur bar frame men do ns much to spread the disease as gin case men, who work as much for wax as lioney, the bees consequently, get a clean shift at least onc.o a year. The amateur bar frame man does not like to destroy any cotnbs so tries various remedies, his bees in the meantime dwindle, robbers come, and so the di sease is spread. If you have a colony very much af fected treat with the McEvor cure, but be sure you burn the brood frames. Don't trj' to melt wax out of the rotten stinking things, immerse all parts of the hive in running water for two days, on taking them out scrape off any propolis which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

rfHO LEASE, for si term of 3 or i> years, G-10 1 ACRES of GOOD GRAZING LAND at Coal Crook, 10 miles from Muswcllbrook, well watered, scouroly fenced, aud divided into paddoylta. Tonrlors oloso 7th April. For further particulars apply to J. H. WILICINS, Muswollbrook. mo-LET by TENDER--Lease for 1 year A or nioro, of 51 ACRE R.IVER PAW DOCK, purt of Rosebrook Estate, t.liroo parts of area fit for plough.. Tenderer has option of Inking whole area or n portion. Deposit of oiio quarter's rent to accompany tenders, which must bo sent in to tho .undersigned on or before lGlh April next. R. SWALLOW.. Pianoforte Tuning. Sixteenth year' of Half-yearly Yisit to Kfuswellbrook. F LINDEN, of PetarsUam, Jjegs.to.thank', his 'kind ciiHtomurn and to mention that he,WILL ARRIVE AT M US WELL-' BROOfton FRIDAY, APRIL 1st. Now orders are l'espeetfully requested to bo scut to him, c/o-iMr. O'Leary's Royul Hotel. ,r , Tenders, :; IfpiENDiiSS hrd invit'ed nnd will-be ieceived; -X- 'up' till" 'Saturday, ...

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Sydney Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Sydney Produce Market. wuoat.—JNow South Wales, inferior now 3s 4dto 3a 9d, prime now 4s to;4s Id,,.,..,... ; Chiokwheat.—2s lid to 3s3d, soreeuings 2s jd to 2s 7d. . ' . „ . i Flour.--N-.Sw_ Jn{dt{or £9 i7g oa. bost brands £10 1.0a, old £11. . ... i 'Barley.—Cape, 2a lid to' 3s-2d: • *•': ~ . ,Brn.n'.-T-7M'.to.J&d... v..... >/.<■ i ■ .•^-ollard-^ja."-* ... r Chaff.r-Looal'.medium £2• 17s'i 6d.;; 'prime; £3 15s to £4 .2s 6d'^ •fmportod"':£3 to^^3 lis,!'' j Qnten EJay.-^-Prime raok, '££ 12a'Gd'tc)*£6. ,7s fid'f medium from . £3:i7s:Gd';: oli'affihg; £2 12s Gd to £3 10s.; - I • - LifUerne Hay.—Hunter ;EiyeK.„ prime £2,» medium from £1 12s 6d, inland in trusses £2 2s 6d. to £2 -5s ; small bales -from £2 12s Gd to £3. Straw-N.S.W.hrm^£1 16s ; derrwlc,' £1 17s 6d to £2 128 Gd ; imported dorriok £1 17s Gd to £2. Oats.—Primo food 2s 5d; good, 2s 4d ; medium 2s 3d ; Tartarian seed 2s 7d. Maizo.—Hoated from 2s, green 2a 3d, .dry 2s 'Id to 2p Gd. Potatoes.—N.S.W. medium ...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Official Correspondence, The following items of correspondence' from" • offlcialaources have beoo handed-to 11s for publication by Mr. It. Q. X). I''itz-Gera!fl . M.P. Department of-Lands;;.'^.-.;; ' Sydney, 19 March, 1898.;v.* Sir—I have the honor to acknOw-i ledge receipt of your letter of the i6thU: instant,' with respect to the Kayuga- • Common, and to inform you that 'the - same will receive due consideration: - I am to add that a further communica- ■ tion will be made t<5 you when a de cision in this case has been giverr. ^ I have, &c., ;r Wm. Houston'," r' Undersecretary: Department 'of Public -Works;'' Sydney,, March i8,;i'898£* Sir,—I am directed, to acknowledge* • the receipt of, your letter of .,£61HV instant, re bridge over Spring Gull^,' 'j and road Scone to Bunhan, a"nd".,to'. inform you that a further cdmniuriica^ 'J tion will shortly be made to you,, .this," being merely an intimation that" .your.; letter has been-received.-•• ■*%'. ' I have, &...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

LATEST TELEGRAMS. " " - f Sydney, Tuesday. In the-well known divorce suit, Dr.. Bennetv. Beniiet and Richards co rcs pondent, the Court decided that co-res pondent would have to pay his own costs, the Court having no power to order him to pay the petitioner's costs. Adelaide, Tuesday. • Wainright and Mason resumed their innings this morning. The former had scored 97 and the latter 70, the total being 167 for no wickets when the lunch adjournment took place. London, Thursday. ' By a collision between two pas senger trains on the south-eastern rail way at New.Cross, South London, three persons were killed and.six injured.. Sorne English newspapers demand' that the Admirality should . make a counter move to the mobiligation of the French Northern Squadron, Colonel Dyer, a well known, engineet., and President of the Federation qf Em ployers in engineering trades,; was.fourid. dead in his bed, Colonel Dyer took an.> . active part in -the recent; dispute .with,, the engineering trades....

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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Brief Mention. Attention is again directed to the missionary meeting which is to h'o'hold iii. the Masonic- Hall on Thursday ovoning, and whidi-'will1 be addressed by Miss McLean, of the -Zoiiana -Mis sion, -Madras. • 1: ' , • Tbwksburv.'s for bicycle repairs. '' Russia is urging France and.England to co-operate in the rdising of a. loan of 30,000,0.00 francs_ to cover-.the ^ex penses of Prince George ::o.f^.Greece,.as Governor of Crete, .-L -r<. . s The health of Mr. .Gladstone lias not improved at Cannes ork/Bournemouth, and the aged statesman has returned to Ha warden-Gast)£ , A.,benefit. Qtiterlaintnent /given to. Miss.Pellie Farron, in London,realised £6600, for .wliich'an annuity ol ^260 has been.secured,. ' V V - ^ """ , Mr; Cecil; Rhodes has 'sailed from Capetown for England., He will return. _ to "Capetpwn.-in jMay. ' . A. lascar pji.jjqard thtj.-R.M.S..* Aus tr£ilia;'.was- lan.d.ed =at the". Quarantine. Station ac.A.d(-]j>id.e 011 Saturday.' The. <...

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Newcastle Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

Newcastle Races. The Newcastle races on Saturday'at tracted - a ' fair attendance. The weather wbs fine, and the racing first class.' Results : Shorts Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Wollomumbi, 1 ; Archor, 2; Princess Arena*, 3. Won by two lengths. Time, lmin. 18secs. v'3?aoe Welter, 6 furlongs.—Clyde, 1 ; Orysalite, 2 ; Enquirer, 3. • Won easily. Time, lmin. 18secs. City Handicap. 1 mile.—Wollo mumbi, 1 ; Zeno, 2 ; York, 3. Won by a length. Time, lmin,45seos. Borough Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Princess Arena, 1 ; Hector, 2 ; Guards man, 3. Won by a length. Time, lmin. 18£sees. Final Welter, 6 furlongs.—York,; 1; Blacklock, 2 ; Enquirer, 3. ■ Clif-" ton came to grief near the pits, and J^is rider (Walker) was spriously in jured. Strong confirmation of the value of inoculation against tick fever is re: ported from the Mackay district. In spector Hancock recently inoculated, a number of cattle on St. Alban's station, which is a clean run. A month after inoculation the cattle were placed with fl n...

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A Warring to China. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

A Warring to China. The " Times," in referring to the French demands upon China, says that the necessity for securing the expansion of Hongkong was pressed upon the Chinese Government when China at the instigation of France gave Britain the right to demand com pensation for the breaoh of the Bur mese agreement, but owing to pro crastination Britain is now confronted with an attempt on the part of France to steal a march. It is neces sary to make China understand that worse things may happen than the occupation of the Island of Hainan ii she yields to France.

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France and China. Blocking British Interests. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

France and China. Blocking British Interests. France demands from Chinaa pledge that aha will not alienate iny territory south of the Yang-tse-Kiang. The object of this demand is to block the extension of British territory in the Kowloon Peninsula, opposite Hong bong, and aloo the extension of the railway from British Burmah to the, province of Yunnan, in South-western China. France also demands from China the cession of a coaling station at Kwangchou, and the continuation of the railway from Laokai, on the Tonquin frontier, to Yunnan, as well as exclusive mining righto over the area which would be traversed by the line. She further demands that a Fronch subject ehaU be appointed director of the Chinese Post Office.

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China and Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

China and Russia. The demands recently made bj Russia upon Ohina have been con ceded.

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China Threatened. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

China Threatened. Tho French Ambassador at Fekin (M. Gerard), on the occasion of hie last Yiait to the T'aung-li-Yamen (the Chinese Foreign Office), pressed China to concede the demands of France. On a refusal being given ho threat ened that the French would commence active operations from Tonquin, and oeize. a coaling station on the coast oi China.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 23 March 1898

General News. The Baulkham-hilla and Parramatta Progress Associations met at Baulk ham-hills on Monday evening, and conferred on the matter of ruilway re quirements for the district. The presi dent of Baulkham-hill8 (Mr. Tamaett), referring to the proposal to construct a line from Parramatta to Singleton, said the first section of the Hawkes bury would a6rve the people of Lower Portland and Macdonald River, and be the means of opening up splendid country. He was confident the line would pay. Mr. Wright maintained that the one cause of failure to settle people on the Macdonald River was the want of a railway. Dr. R. Bow man urged persistent agitation. It was decidod to energetically agitate for Bteam communication between Parramatta and Dura!, with the ulti mate object of extending to Singleton. It is announced that 58,880 square j feet of space have been allotted to India and the British colonies in the Paris Exhibition commemorative of the end of the nineteenth century. The colonie...

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