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

Influenza. The following appeared in the Border Post, Albury, during the lasl epidemic of influenza in that town (14th December. 1897), .b . A qualified medical practitionei writes :—" Having read about the epidemic outbreak of influenza in youi city, I wish to state my experience with the malady, and leave it to the public whether they wish to avail themselves of the remedy I am going to suggest or not. During the lasl epidemic of influenza in London I was engaged as medical officer in St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, and during the short time it lasted treated a consider able number of patients, finding thai especially the nervous symptoms such as headache, extreme weakness, rest lessness, etc , were greatly improved by the following medicinal tieat ment:—I had an ordinary wide mouthed magnesia bottle filled with boiling water, and poured upon this 20 to 30 drops of extract of eucalyptus, and made the patient inhale the vapoui thus produced as long as there was any smell of the eu...

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
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THE TWO-CARD TRICK. A STRANGE TRUE STORY FROM HULL [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

THE TWO-CARD TRICK. A STRANGE TRUE STORY FROM HULL - ♦♦♦ Hull Fair is acknowledged to bo one of the largest of its kind in that country. Thousands of excursionists ilock into tho city on October lltli, and the succeeding days, and every black guard, tliief, and confidence trickster in the North of Eng land considers it u point of honour to honour Hull with a visit during tho Fair .week. Gaines of chance and gambling on or near tho scene of the gala are rigorously put down by the authorities, but this year in which 1 refer one swindler suc ceeded in plying hiB trade in spite of tho police. . Ho was a roguo, but an honest rogue— in one sen^-e. 'Gentlemen,' he said, addressing a crowd near the Fair Ground, ' I am a swindler, and I'm going to swindle you before your very eyes. I tell you straight that you cannot lind a greater rogue, a bigger blackguard, or a inoro knavish scoundrel than your humble servant. Tom Fleecem, troin Ohing-poo-poo. If you think you can get the best o' me, gent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

The late.Judge Kilgore, better known as ' Buck,' was a good story teller, and while a'member of the United States Congress he often related humorous incidents of his career. Here is the best he "ever told :— 'Daring the civil' war between the North and South he was ordered homo to assist in gathering up some deserters. One evening about dusk lie was out in the country in quest of a deserter who had been ofl' the ' layout' for a year. He was very hungry and very weary. He calh d at a house by the roadside and there lie saw a woman just taking from the spit a nicely-broiled chicken; The savour of the fowl made liiin ravenous. He liad a Mexican dollar in his pocket, which he had carried for years, and to \yhich.ihe was much attached, but he was bound to have that chicken, and he pulled - out the dqUar and proposed a trade—the coin for the fowl. The lady said the chicken was for a sick friend and that she could not sell it. ' But/.she continued, ' I'll jump you for it.'^J r ' What do yo...

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THE CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHATTER XX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

THE CHEVALIER de MAISON ROUGE. CHATTER XX.—Continued. If times filled the ftir, mounting to tlie trees, emanating frojn the flowers, circu lating and intoxicating with joy, as if to renmir the inhabitants of the capital forgetful for a fo\v moments of that-va -t>or of blood which rose without inter mission from the. pavement of those places. . ? 1$ was Maurice's duty to enter the temple at nine o'clock; his two colleagues ■were Meruvanlt ami Agrieola. At eight b'clock lie "wuh in the Hue Vioille. St. Jiiccjues," in a grand costume as citizen municipal; that is to say, in tri-colored' peart tightly fastened round his tall anil elegant fraimJ. Hci, ns usual, rode there on horseback, and on his route had an opportunity of .receiving the sincere ap probation, admiration, and eulogiums of the worthy'patriots who saw him pass. Genevieve was already prepared; she wore fl.. simple, inublin dress, a species of light /taffeta, mantle, and a small bonnet, or ■-linineiitod /with, m tri-color...

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CHAPTER XXI. THE CRIMSON CARNATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

CHAPTER XXT. THE CRIMSON CARNATIONS.; The queen rose alone. Having been,in disposed'for two or three days, she had remained in bed longer tlinu usual, but having heard from her sister that the sun wus rising jungiiifieently, she made !u,u effort to quit her couch, and that alio might be enabled to breathe the pure air with her daughter, had requested per mission to walk on the "platform, which had been granted-'to lior without tha slightest difficulty. She had aJso been in duced to act thus from .another cause. Once, and it is true, only once, from, .the height of the tower she had seen the dau phin playing in the garden. But at the first "Signal of recognition betweenthe mother and child, Simon interfered, and compelled the boy to retire immediately. Never mind, she had seen liim, that was a great source of happiness to her. True, the poor little prisoner was. very pale and musli changed. Then lie was dressed as a child of tlie people, ii< a .bloiisq and large trousers, ...

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—TEE—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 SATURDAY, MAR. 26, 1898. The Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

—TEE— Jl/fusweUbmofy fflwomele 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 SATURDAY, MAR. 26, 1898. The Wheat Market. In spite of the many factors which appeared to combine for the improve ment of the market wheat has not advanced much above the equivalent of 4s or 4s 2d per bushel in (Sydney. Recent intelligence by cable lias done much to dispel the anticipa tions which were indulged in re specting the probability of a scarcity in Europe. India, it is stated, will export 1,000,000 tons, and Argen tina 800,000 tons. These supplies, enormous as they seem,. would be insufficient if the world's consump tion of the grain had been main tained at the same rate as that of former years. But an advance in the price of any food staple always checks its consumption, as consumers resort to foods of a cheaper class, or otherwise content themselves with smaller supplies. ...

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CHAPTER XIX. THE REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

CHAl'THK XIX. Tlllfl UKQIJIOST. In tho mca^utimo Moraud did not a lit* tie oxcite tin: curiosity of Maurice. Tlio most refined of fops could not discover n IffliUlt in tlus tie o[ his craviut, die folds ■of his l)ootB, or tlio texture of V,;s.'!iiieu; lint it mu.st lie allowed 1 lih hair mid spp/tt tnlcles were always the name. It then lilpponred to Afaurice, bo much was lie rensHiired by the o;i th of Genevieve, tlmlt ho iioav, J'or the first time, viewed those locks and spectacles in a proper light., The devil I" fluid Maurico to himself—' "the devil take me if I am now over jealous of this worthy Citizen MoMivl. Put on, every day, if yon chose, your full-dress coat, or -even .make yourself ■:onp of. cloth of gold, since from this timo I, promise to boo nothing but your wig ■tuid : spectacles,- and, above all, . iieverS' again to accuse you of loving GeijoViovri."" •'*;Wo ','caii -easily understand tlio shako of tlio hand: bestowed upon the Citizen..Mo?;, rand'at tho conclusion of...

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Department of Public Works, Sydney March 23rd, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Department of Public Works, Sydnoj% frfarch 23rd, 1808. I Sir,—I am directed to acknowledge the reooipt of }'our lotter of the 21st instant, with potition from Scott's Creek residents, re Scott's Creek road, and to inform you that a further oo™. munication will shortly be made to you, this boing merely an intimation that your letter has been reoelved. I havo, &o., '" ' " Ko^i't. Hickso^, Tinder Sec, nnd Oomr. for j^oncjq,

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CHAPTER XX. THE FSOWER GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

CHAPTER XX-.^' THE FS0WJ5R GIRL. At length tho anticipated Thursday, tho ■lily off Maurico's guard, arrived. It was now tlio month of June. Tlio sky was ot deep and cloudless bluo, aiul against this sheet ol bluo roHO tlio heavy •white imiHH of nine houses. The coming ot that dreadful day wih already lorsefn, repre sented b.v the ancients at) thirsting with an uniinenohalile thirst, and which, to borrow the phraseology of tho plebeian PiuiNiiiiiN, linked tho pavement very dry. I'aris was clean, as a carpet, and per -

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Department of Public Works, Sydney, March 22nd, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Department of Public Works, Sydney, March 22nd, 1898. Sib,—I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 19l,h instant, vyith enolpsure from Qeorgq Bell, junr., re Spring Qully Crossing at Bunnan, and to inform you that a further communication will shortly bo made to you, this being merely ao in timation fihtjt your letter has been re ceived. I have, ifec., Rout. hickson, unciov Soc. and Oomr. for Roads.

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How to Help the Local Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

How to Help the Local Paper. You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local-paper your general printing ; if you do not feel ab|e to run an advertisement^ surely you can af ford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all business printing to execute. The newspaper'man needs it, and it_;helps to pay the thousand and one free no tices he gives you and your.town ;■ but don't give it to the travelling canvasser who can give you no such retui'n, and is spending neither time, money, nor" brains in helping, you to .build up your district.' -The, - time may come when a newspaper may live.simply upon the revenue 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. ' • ■

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Official Correspondence. The following items of correspondence from official sources have beon handed to us for publication by Mr. It. G-, D. Fitz-Qerald M.P. •— . i Public Works Department, Sydney, 21st March, 1898. Sir,—With reference to your letter of the 4th instant asking that the por tion of the road from Aberdeen to Narrow Passage and Scrumlow, be tween Davies Creek juuction and Scrumlow, may be placed under trus tees, I have the honor to iqform you that it is considered more convenient to retain the wholo length of this road under the department. I have. &c., Robert Hickson, Under Sec. and Oomr. for Roads.

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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROVGE A TALE OF THE REIGN OF TERROR. CHAPTER' XVIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

CHAPTER' XVIII.—Continued. a general .invitation, never omitted to dine with them ou'.tfirit day. Although the.v did not. dirie until two o'clock, M;ni rii'i! had not. arrived at noon. From the mniinnr of their parting; Genevieve had nlino.it despaired of seeing him. In short, t welve o'cloelr stl-ticlc', then half, punt, then, one. It "tt'onld bo impossible to describo during this period what passed in the heiirt of Genevieve, She.,, was at . first dressed . with the greatest simplicity: then, seeing that he delayed .liis. soming.. she, with n, feeling of cofpietry' nn.tnral to the heart of womnn,. had. placed a flower.at;..her; 8ido;:;ja flower in her./hair. and. still listened, her heart each inoinont. more and .taore compressed.' The; dimier-v lionr had aTmos^arrived,.and Maurice had not apptfiffcd^&Abruit'^dn' iViihntcs'to twd Genevieve lienrd .the r sound of horse's steps—that jsoimd shc,./lpq.w so well. -- "Oh,"i'fi'iid; she', "liisvpri'dc could" not wrestio against- ...

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Riot at Kalgoorlie. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Riot at Kalgoorlie. A serious riot occurred at Kalgoorlie goldfield, West Australia, on Thurs day, The Premier, Sir John Forrest, arrived there by train-and prodeeded to Wilkifi's Hotel, to receive a deputa tion from the alluvial diggers, but while crossing-the street lie was hooted by a large crowd. A deputation of 20 miners waited upon the Premier in the hotel, and requested that the 10ft. regulation be repealed, and the men imprisoned for disobeying the War den's injunction be released at once. The Premier was conciliatory, but said the men would have to purge their contempt and apologise before they could be released. While the Premier was addressing the deputation some police entered the room and asked the deputies to go out and pacify the crowd, which waa becoming unmanageable. The Premier shortly afterwards left the hotel, to proceed to the railway station, but though he was surrounded by police nnd others he was jostled by the crowd, hit in the face, and bruised on the sido....

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. Tlio inquest on the child Petrie was concluded to-day. TI10 deputy cor oner found that death was due to a bono becoming accidentally em bedded in the throat whilst eating, accelerated by a chloroform operation to remove it. The.vPremier returned to-day and resumed duties at the Treasury. Two men have been remanded for a week, bail refused, charged with conspiring with others to obtain a Government reward of fifty pounds cash each. It is alleged the accused conspired to obtain the Government reward offered in connection with the detection of illicit stills, by contriving that a confederate* should be found by custom's officers in possession of a still rigged up for the occasion. The two children lost near Moreo since Monday last have been found. It is stated by the boys that they felt no hunger during the three days they were missin. The Dudley mine is still burning. The administration committee has de cided that it would be foolish to further risk t...

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Municipal Appeal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Municipal Appeal Court. It is notified in our advertising columns that a court for the purpose1 of hearing appeals agfiinst the assess ment of ratable property in this Muni cipalitj' will be held in the .Court; House on Tuesday, the 3rd day of May next.

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Political. Mr.. H. Levein has been well re ceived throughout the Quirindi el ectorate, where he has addressed nu merous meetings lately.' John Norton and W. H. Traill ex pect to obtain seats.in the next/Parlia ment. Who are to make1 room for them ? Rt D. Meagher . literally, ; defies H. Copeland' to pulverise- him with his battle-axe, and taunts the member for Phillip division with,not being " game" to try to win back the Armidale seat. .R. D. M. intends to oust Kelly from the Tweed electorate-if he can. It is reported that someone has sent an 'invitation: to Mr, .Barton to deliver a federation address, in Muswellbrook. I-Iumph ! Another case of the tailors of Tooley Street ? John'See is op tour in his electorate and nothing is too, bad for him to say of the Premier and his Government. He hopes to get back on the Treasury benches after the'next election. It is said by some of the protectionist party that they will be able to capture a dozen or. more city and suburban seats at the ne...

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Mixed Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Mixed Y/heat, Lv connection with' the growing of healthy ..wheat crops thore is one jm portant point often neglected, viz., the sowing of mixed seed wheat. It has been established bj' numerous ex periments that the sowing together of two distinct kinds qf wjieat gives almost invariablj' a:better yield of grain than would have been obtained from the same total quantity of either sown separately.:. M. do Vilinorin, a very high authority on whoat-groyving, is strongly in favor of the practico, $nd, speaking of JTrapce, says that skilful cultivators often use mixttji'es of seed corn. In support of this custom it is remarked'that each variety of wheat differs from all others, not only in external characters, but to some extent in the timn&er of its nourishment, ip its special ne«ds, and ia the propor tions of the materials it draws from the soli Again) with regard to their seeding, it has been observed that tho most powerful enemy the wheat plaut hns to compete with ia the wheat ...

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Muswellbrook Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Muswellbrook Municipal Council. 6 The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the abo>e was held in the Chambers on Wednesday night last. Thsre were present . Aldermen Bowman (in the chaii), Lang, Frazer, Budden, and McNeill. 1 he minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspon dence was read, from the Treasury De partment, notifying a grant of ^20 for expenditure: on Gerald Park, and from the Department; of Lands, respecting the;, dedication of Victoria Park and stating that the matter had been refer red to the district surveyor. I he accounts for the fortnight were —Genera], £15 16s rod and Gas, £to 185 6d. 1 he correspondence and accounts were receded on the motion of Alder men,; Budden and.McNeill, and the ac counts passed for payment on the mo tion of Aldermen Bowman and Lang. : The Treasurer . (Alderma'11 Budden) stated that the amounts received since last meeting were, general, rs, and is 8d. . I he Chairman then read the report of the Improvement Committee, whi...

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The Zenana Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

TJje Zenana Mission. A large audience, prip.cipauy com posed of Indies, assembled in the Masonic Hall on Thursday evening last, to hoar an address bj' Miss M'Leau, of the Zenana Mission, Madras. Tho Rev, jJ. >S. Lning, of St. John's Prosbyi?rinn ©hurp^, occu pied the chair. The . meeting w$sj opened with'singing and prayer, after which the Ohairma'r gnye a bvffif ad dress on the siibjeiii,■ work. In the course ox his rem..- :jo re ferred disppprovingly to the, paragraph appearing in tho last ?3§ue of the Chronicle h.-aded" Tho Heathen* r~ .,-ijr Midst." Another hymn havin^f,been suug Sfies M'Lean rose to epai/J^and gave a lucid, interesting, and most inr structive account of the misuion ws<r]t being done by the.society with whicli she is i!on?jer,ted in the Zenana Mis sion, at Madras, Indj?; aucl was at tentively listened to. Mrs. yutherlaB^. attired in tho costume of an Indian woman, very sweetly sang a »olo, and the Rev, W. Jlrown briefly expressed tho pleasure ho ha...

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