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

Report? from tlio Soudan indicate | Mnlunud, tlio Dervish loader, is at tempting to avoid a British attack. Tho routo to Borbor is well defended. Japan is lnrgoly increasing the ffijmbov of her marines, and is also purchasing vostiela fuv frapoporfc. Tenders are invited for repairs to proscenium of Denmair School' of Arts. '' Tbwksjjury's for bicycle repairs.

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

Cricket. The following players will represent Muswi'llbrook Club iu a friendly game with Aberdeen Olub to be played at Aberdeen this (Saturday) afternoon : —Messrs. A. H. Garnsej, C. W. Whito, W. L; Campbell, P. Campbell, T. M'Neill, G. M'Neill, C. Forrest, R. M'Neill, H. Smith, W. E. Wallace, and W. H. Lipscotnbr Drag leaves Bourke's at 1 o'clock sharp.

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The Dudley Colliery Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

The Dudley Colliery Ex plosion. The forcible disaster at Dudley . Colliery, by which fifteen -men met a fearful and sudden death, has again drawn attention to the perils of the. 'miner's life, and the impossibility of guarding against accidents, no matter .how great the precautions.'taken. The bodies of the victims have beeu re covered, and all wore shockingly mutilated, showing the great force of the explosion, Ttye medioal men who viewed the bodies recovered expressed the opinion that death was caused in some case by suffocation from poisonous gassea and not bj' the explosion which occurred in the mine. Thesear ch par ties were very much hampered in their work, owing to the foul air in the mine, and also to the accumulation of water therein owing to the shattering of the pumps. The Hon. Sydney Smith, Minister for Mines,, went-down the. mine on Tuesday afternoon, and he afterwards visited the homes of the families of each of the victims and spoke words of sympathy and comfort to th...

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A Valuable Medical Work for Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

A. Valuable Medical Work for Men. .We have received from Messrs. Hennessy, Harper and Co., Ltd., of Sydney, a copy of a new medical wor'< by Drs. Freeman and Wallace entitled ""Rescued at; Last." It is a work of considerable : scope, dealing: specially with nervous and private diseases, and contains a large amount of valuable in formation upon ' the subjects treated upon. The 'coloured and other illus trations number nearly one hundred, and being admirably- executed, are in themselves a valuable feature of the book.. There is 'no doubt that if the information contained in " Rescued at Last " were more: widely known among the male members "of the- community it would be better for1 the'health and well being both of the,present and' future generations. This book is ad mirably printed.by Messrs. Turner and Hendersen of Sydney, and is well bound in blue cloth gilt. The price, ios 6d, for a medical work-by Special ists, with costly coloured plates is' very reasonable; : An adve...

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

By this time it was dark. Over in a field 1 Buck' spied a ginhouse. He went to it and climbed into the loft, lay down on the floor and soon was fast asleep. After a time lie was awakened by voices down below. He listened and made the discovery that one was a female voice, and a moment later he realised that she was relating the 'jumping' episode to her companion, who gave vent to peal after peal of laughter. There were the chicken and his dollar which he could see by the light of the tallow dip. Peering about he saw his gun also. There was a bij; hole in the floor of the loft, and just as the man took hold of the dish to eat »the chicken 'Buck' plunged through that hole and Beissed his gun. Before they recovered from their astonishment 'Buck'roared out: 'Mudam, you just flirt the gravel .back home, and as for thiB gentleman, he and I will tlirt the gravel to the office of tho provost mar shal. . Ho is the deserter I have been after for a .week.' There was shoot in ' Buck's ' eyo now...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Farm for Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Farm for Sale. Mr.' Edward Higgens (for ■ Hill; Clark, and Co.) announces that he will, on Saturday and April nextj at 2 p.m., offer by public auction, on the ground, Messrs. C. and W. Claydon's block of Se^enhoe subdivision, a splendid dairy farm, comprising 200 acres 21 perches, with - fronlaue_ to the Hunter River. Two new cottages have been erected oii the land, which has been subdivided into four paddocks, and 30 acres aj-e under cultivation. The land adjoins Messrs. Knight's and-Scrivner's blocks, near Aberdeen. The stock and work ing plant on the land will also be brought to auction at the same time,' as the owners are leaving the district. Further particulars in advertisement. .

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

C. J. SPRA 77, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Bridge-street, Muswellbrook OFFICES:—Premises lately occupied by Mr. J. 0. Luscombo, Architect. Weokly Sales of Fat and Store Cattle, Slieep, Pigs, See., nt Hill's Junction Hotel Yards, EVERY THURSDAY. Accouut Sales Rendered Promptly. >' B.-PASKIN'S, ■PIANO &. ORGAN TUNER, - REPAIR ETt,& AGENT. VISITS MUSWliLLBROOK AND WIS-, TRICT REGULARLY. Tuning and Repairs by appointment, and yearly contract at reduced fee. Proper musical tradesman's work only, and reason able charges. Letters addressed to Suouo, or orders left with Mr. Hoolahan, Annandalo; Muswell broob. will rocoivo prompt attention.' " , a VISU0B w;k CUTLER, ' ' "Ifi 3 fluntep Street, i SYDNEY. BAK EU\s STANDARD SHEFFIELD ItAZOliS. Sizes Ilouiul or Squaro Point—. fin wide 5/- eabji,; Block Razors from 1/ caeli, post free. 8£J" Scud J&fil your name uiul ud'ticss for illustrations ami prices of UAKKlfS Australian eutlcry vmw W. JNO. BAKER, Cutler...

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

Church Services. .Sunday, March 27.—Church of .England ; S, Albans, E C , 7.30 a.m.; M., 10 30 a.m. ; B.; 7?0 p.m. : S. Luke's, Spring Creejc; 2.45 p.m. Holy Trinity; Muscle Greek. 3 p.m.; S; Mark's; Abur>leen, 7.30. p.m.'—rWes leyan : The'Rov. W. Bro_wn will .con duct services at Scone at 11 a.m., Abordeen at 3 p.m., and Muswellbrook at 7-30 p.m.

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Death of an old Resident. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Death of an old Resident. A very old resident of the 'district, Mr. Jacob Dennewald. senior, died at I his home at Spring Vale, near Wybonq;, i on Tuesday last, at-.the ripe age of 80 years. He had resided at Soring Vale,. for 30 years, and-was known and re spected by everyone in" the district. Mr. Jacob Dennevvald, -of Market Street, is a son of deceased. The funetal, which took place on .Wednes day, was very largely attended, -the -body being laid to rest in the Church of England cemetery. General sym pathy is'felt with the relatives of de ceased in their sorrow.

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

The American Red Cross Spciety declares that 423,000 Cubans have died of starvation sincc the rebellion in fhe island potnmeflcpd, andthftt 3oo,Qpg of the population are in a dying condi tion from thfi effects of destitution find starvation. Mr. Glad"*"" ■ • < • -.^ne is suffering from weakness of the heart, and this fact renders the performance of an operation unsafe. T^efp \yaq a large attendance at Mr. Barton's meeting in the Nov Masonic tiall on Thursday night, and had a very enthusiastic reception. A resolution was passed approving of the Australian Constitution of i8y8. Excruciating Neuralgia. Tried Everything Within Reach NO RELIEF. CLEMENTS . . . . . . TONIC SUCCESSFUL. Mr, James Ctirraii, Hunter Street, West Maitland, • New South "Wales. writes on August lltli, j 189G :—I can hardly express tlio pleasure it gives mo to write a few lines iuj favor of Clements Tonio. To any person similarly afflicted it is suffi cient for mo to say I was a sufferer from neuralgia. ...

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

Cable Hews. The Dervishes under Osmnn Dianas brothor attacked tho friendlj' natives at Adarema, but wcro repulsed with severe less. Tho British aud Egyp tian troops occupy a f.tvong position with the rijrht wing of tho force rest ing on Atbara. SirMicimol Hicks-Beach, Chancellor of the Exchequer, will deliver, his - budget spooch iu the House of Com mons on April 21. Tho Whito Pass lending to the: Itlondyko goldfiolds was seized by Alaskan rowdiea. The American garrison at Skag.vay lias been ordered to tho Pass to .protect travellers. Sir Julian Paunoefoto says that the United States Senate :has entirely mis-apprehended'' Great - Britain's, attitude with regard to the Hawaiian Islands. A hoarding house in tho .State of Montana*- America* lias bueu destroyed by fire and 25 of the inmates burnt .to death. ■ George Towus, of.Raymond Terrace, has been matched to row D. Haiuos, an English oarsman, on- the .Thames for £200 aside, on: 23rd May next. ■ An Egyptian patrol came in con-; tact ...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Epitome of News. The Irish Local Government Bill has passed its second reading in the House of Commons. A correspondent writes to say that the road from Kayuga to Sandy Creek is dangerous to life and property since the flood last month, and the Works Department should have repairs ef fected immediately. The English cricketers left - Adelaide on Thursday by the R.M.S. Ormuz. Ranjit Sinhji is returning to Sydney:for the purpose of undergoing:..further op-, orations to his throat and mayjremain about a month. . : . I Storer, the English wicket-/keeper,' callediCharley Bannerman: a '.' cheat," in connection with a decision given by him on.an.appeal:for ;leg beforewicket,; when Briggs was bowling to. Darling in the. last test match. Bannerman complained to the Cricket Council, and the matter is to be. sent, on to the Marylebone Club to be dealt with. :. Tkwksiwry's for .watch and Jewels lery repairs. From the ist of April .next the mail trains td" and from Sydney will pass .through Muswe...

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

The subscription lists for the new Ghinese Joan of £16,000,000, were opened on Tuesday in London and Berlin. The amount of the loan was largely oversubscribed in Germany. Oil Wednesday afternoon in New castle harbour the carpenter of the American barque Almira, named H. Brugerman, fell from a plunk on which ho was standing while caulk ing the vessel and was drowned. Tho Grown hue docided not to pro coed furthor with the charge of assault upon which John Norton was recently committed for trial. At the instance of tho Chiof Inspec tor of Mities tho Minister for Mines has sent half a dozen white mice to Newcastle, to bo used in the early detection of noxious gos in tho mines. In a crinkot match hotwoon tho Melbourne "University and Essendon teams which concluded on Wednesday tho University scorod 1094 runs in the first innings, heating tho world's f-'opopti.

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

Worth. ]>y"i.ady - CottkV (nee Tennessee (J., • .Clafiin). A good old Ans;lo.Saxon word, strangely, abused :nud^mis*jipliecl,is', •Ihe-word ' worili,' nieaniligsvalue; i For• lf-anyone now^a-days 'should ask .con cerning'^anotlHT, 'AVliat' is. ho worth ? or^ What vis -his amounUof'value, equiva-: lentiAin^i.matcrial; wealth , which ho miglit; chance to possess. " Thus a con: temptuousfestimate :is; expressed hy saying of one . that he -is-'not . wortlv a groat, iwhile the worldly - everywhere are ready to (all down and worship a man:who is reputed- to be ■■•rich.: With them the more ;he has- the greater is his worth. In himself he.may-be mean, ignorant,'i.vicious, -• and .of despicable chiiractfeiv;-but igold-giids all things ,;;no^ matter how'base. . The tendency - to . give a - fictitious . value/to ;the individual'-on; account of .•.liis.pbssessionsus'iiot'one of, ,lhe;: high; ust traitsof; .human.: nature,: although. it is well - nigh universal. We are bound to recogiiise...

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A Remarkable Case of Devotion. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

A Remarkable Case of Devotion. Ax instance of strength,' and devotion on the part of ono of the tramway maintenance men. has been; brought under our notice, and: deserves to be 'recorded. The facts are as ful'ow: —' One of I lie trnmwnj' maintenance tuen (ThosT J'lrrett by name) recently under went, an operation- in one of the Sydney hospitals,,'-which ■ showed• him to bo a man of nerve ns well as of stiong c.jnjugnl devotion. His' wife' bad to.be operated on for a 8(Vero tumour, the removal of which was a serious operation. The doctors ex plained tho caso to the husb.ind, and further 'informed him: that to effect a safe and speedy recovery it was essen tial that a piece of sound flesh should he grafted on the; resulting wouad. •Tba husband: promptly volunteered to allow the., surgeons to remove'" the necessary flesh from his own frame, and duly turned-up at tho time ap pointed, rather to I ho surpiise of the doctors, and ns an evideuce of his grit, s'atod his desire that he should ...

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COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. . 0. J. Sl'ltATT reports having sold nt tho • Farmers' Union, us follows : Batter Gd to 7d. Eggs lOd to Is. •' licet 3s qr. Pork 2d to 3Jd lb. Fowls Is Gd to 2s Gd pair. Sucking Pigs 7s 9d to 8s each. Slips 20s each. Pumpkins Is to 2s doz. Marrows Is doz. Potatoes 2s Gd a qt. • Lucorno hay £2 tou. Chaff Is Gd bag. Quinces Id dozen. Tomatoes Gd qr. caso. Apples, 2s qr. case. Furnituro at satisfactory prices.

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

Painless Dentistry. MR. W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dentist (late with Dental Hospital Co., Nowcastlo and Mnitliind), visits MUSWELLBROOK, Monday, Mar. 21st, tia (jiutpvdr.y, 2.Gtli, at Phillips's Hotel. ABERDEEN. "Wednesday, March 30th, at Phillips's Hotol. Teeth oxtviiptcfl Painlessly 2s Gd. Uppor or lower sots, of artificial tooth from a guinea per sot. Teeth scaled and cleaned 5s. Chil dren's teeth regulated. Fillings from.2s Gd. Misfitting plates remodelled. All work gitarat)tcv;l to bo of first-class quality, and at less than Sydney priceu. Consultation Free. Do uot pay exorbitant prices eisowhare, but eorae and W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dontist (registernd). At- about 5 o'clock on Wednesday morning Ohns. Donnison, residing nt Hoddle-street, Collingwood, Mel bourne, s?p,g awakened by a loud s^nd^of ereaklitig and f> smell of burping. He hurriedly clothed him self, rusherl outside, and found the Bido of his weatherboard cottage binding, v/l'ilo an individual with a long slick coolly hea...

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Scone Markets. CORBETT & SIMPSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Scone Markets. COBBETT & SIMPSON'S UEPOKT. Horaos.—On Saturday last wo sold pri vately 30 head of well-bred horses. On account of Jaa. Campbell, Campbell and Simpson, R. Hush, J. E. Simpson, John Campbell, aud J, A. Simpson at vory satis factory prices. Fat sheop.—Wo have sold privately on account of W. Pinkerton his fat merino and crossbred sheep at satisfactory prices. Porperties.—We Haveyseveral properties for sale including Messrs. D. and G-; Hall's beautiful Oressfield property on the northern line, about 0 miles from Scono. Particulars on application. 19/3/1898. On Wednesday la^t at our Soone yards vra conducted a vory largo and important sale of fat and store sheep, at tho follow- ' ing prices :—On account J. McNamara, 291 merino ewes at 4s, 150 crossbred lambs at 5s, 16-5 crossbred (fats) mixed at Gs/ld, 146 oi'oss breds (mixed) at 4s 9d, 10 black sheep at 3s 4d, 15 mixed lambs at 2s lOd ; on account John Miller, 101 crossbred lambs 4s 9d, 130 hoggets at 4s lid, 31S ...

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

Dentistry. ■' Dentristy.—J. Bealby-Smith,D.D. S., from London and America, of 482 and 433'Qeorgo-8trpet, Sydney, may be, consulted Fkee at Mrs. Hicks' private house, Muswellbrook, monthly. Next; visit, from 3 p in on Thursday, 31st, to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 2. Painless extractions guaranteed. Flattering tes timonials havo been given by many of the Squatters and Residents in the district, certifying to tfye skilled and satisfactory nature of my lyork Charges strictly moderate, At my Sydno}' rooms I have a staff of Four Dentists, where a great reduction is made on ordinary pricos. Me. A. E. Bprbank, R.D.S., Vic and New South'Wales, Surgppn and Mechanical Dentist, Head Branch, Tamworth. In consequence of his ac cident, ho will be unable to make further visits for Qftijip time, and re quests patients to wait. Dentistry of the highest standing is performed by Mb. Percy B. Cohen (Honorary IJentist to the Maitland Hospital)', who yisit§. Muswellbrook the fourth Saturday in eveij njogth...

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Maitland Markets. H. J. MARSHALL'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898

Maitland Markets. xc. j. Marshall's kepokt. Fat Cattle.—A fairly largo supply forward, buyers in moderate attendance. A large pro portion of the yardiugs consisted of cows. Sales were somewhat dull, and no improve ment on last day's rates can bo quoted. My Bales comprise—On account of J. Dent, bul locks at £3 13s to £1 7s, cows at £2 lis to £2 Ms ; A. S. Hall, bullocks at .£'t 3s, steers at £3 Is Gd to £3 os Gd : T. Fennolly, oows at £2 Ids to £3 12s ; Henry's at £1 los. Fat Calves.—A fair number forward, sales brisk for prime quality and late values were well maintained. I sold my consignments at 13b to 29s Gd each. Fat Sheep.—A good number penned, con sisting chiofly of medium quality. "Biddings were dull, and prices about equal to last Monday's closing rates. Best pens of wethers mado 8s to 8s Gd, fair trade sorts Gs Gd to 7s 3d, owes os !)d to 7s 7d. I sold—on account of L. P. Doylo, wethors at 7s 9d, ewes at 7s 5d to 7s Od ; W. W. Olift, 200 wethers—tops at Gs 7d to 7s 3d, seco...

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