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Aristocic Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
Aristoci'.atic IHoars. .V . A -white terrier belonging to the-Corny tesse tie Breteuil'had on wliito 'doeskin -leggings• the,otlier• morning in -the Bois when it -was muddy, and I counted five different-coats, all embroidered .•■with" heraldry; ■ on-one fat pug in one day during a stay at-..Biarritz -last summer. Another sight: there- was a small, ele gn.nt perambulator; wheeled by a page, in. which was a. black poodle witlr two squeaking puppies, all three curled, bcribboncd. ■•■and bangled in the very latest- mode. .. Incredible as it =may seem, some have complete wardrobes,', with flannel: nightshirts, and other un derclothing. Countess Mensdorff, a well-known Austrian :■*. grande • dame, was in tlie habit of serving the meals of her four dachshunds in the daintiest silver and china on a low table; around which the four little black-and-tan creatures sat, like babies, in - cushioned chairs. Napkins . were tied around their jiecks, and two maids, with white aprons and ca.ps, .whos...
A Woman's Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
A Woman's Bible. . It .Is -ffrawsly.- announced.,-says ■" Truth;"!' that the Sisterhood of Advanced "Women are .compiling for pul.iIicn.1ion ; a- " Wo man's Bible," in which now readings of. those parts which, convey any .implica :-tiou = of: inferiority as applied to .what used to lie termed the " softer sex" are to be. given.. I,- am compelled t.o; admit: that the idea, if stupendous;: is. ably.i conceived,-- since, undoubtedly, the first i step towards, overthrowing .the absurd .1 notion of man's; superiority, which has i been prevalent for :so many- thousands of years, is to show that the .whole thing was a. mistake from the very beginning.: in fact that t.lie wily, creature -Man be-f gan his tricks so far back as when ,i " Adam dug,and-..Eve span." But. when,i tlic advanced Sisterhood have completed their gigantic task. of altering^ the Bible' to suit t.heir:peculinr views, I n 111 still—;i I suppose I must say prejudiced: enough i —to be unable to see how their labours &am...
Kipling as a Sailor. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
Kipling as a Sailor. , "When Rudyard Kipling was 12 ho went , on a 'sea voyage with his father. The: .elder Kipiing became very sea-sick,;and • . went . below, leaving the youngster : to 'himself. ; Presently there was a great ■ commotion, overhead, /and-one. of: the; : sliip's officers rushed1 down and banged at- Mi\; Kipling's door. •• " Mr. Kipling," lie called: out, "■ your boy has crawled out'on the yard-arm, and if lie lets go .he'll drown." • . " Yes," said Mr. Kip ling, glad ; to know that nothing serious • was '.the matter,' ■"* but he won't let go."'
Spray. Deep Sea Thermometers. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
Spray. Deep Sea Thermometers. Thermometers made for taking the temperature in moderately dee]) waters have the tube encased in a'copper cylin der to protect it from inquisitive fishes and from contact with rocks ; there is a ring: at the bottom to which sufficient weights may be attached to sink it readi ly. The cylinder has a long, narrow door in front of the scale, which may bo opened for the. reading, and this door closes with joints so tight that the cylin - der brlngs up the water from the bottom with its temperature practically un changed by the waters through which it passes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
; A little girl drank a pint of paraffin oil. The doctor thought she-would die ■ until one o£ her relatives, lilt on a happy '.expedient.,They slipped? a yard - of 'cnndle wick- down into - the oil, lit the upper end, and during 'the evening she lighted the room nicely and. then went to hAfl all rlffllt " -
Short Story. Smoking Flax. (Abridged from " Harper's Bazar.") [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
Short Story. Smoking Flax. By MARTHA. M'CULLOCH WIL LIAMS. (Abridged from " Harper's Bazar.") "It was a. rath or hazardous* tiling— giving my daughter her name," Delight's mother said sometimes to her husband's sister as they two sat watching the girl Hit ahout, the house. . The sister answered usually r with . a little sniff which: she. masked with a sigh: "Well, no—not quite hazardous, hut it seems to me foolish. I hate those sentimental ■ names ; besides I do so want a niece called Violr.t.Caroline;" • Thou Mrs. Iveith, the mother, , smiled softly aud shook her head, murmuring-: " She is a. delight—you can;t deny that, Marlon. And 'shc~might sd easily hav,p boon—well, different. That is what I meant when I saitl it was a rislc." • Delight never heard them ; they were far too wise for that, even if they had not been gentlewomen. They lived, quietly in the big square" house: which a Keith had built seventy-five years be fore and christened Mill-brae. He was Scotch and'a mill-owner,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
. It is related of anvlSngliRh- Judge,; now | gone over to the majority, that whenever | a -woman, api^eared as , a witness, after asklnp? her age, he used to go on, with a - malicious twinkle In his r eye, - " Now, 1 madam, you swear to-speak the truth, I and- the whole truth. What Is your name ? What Is your profession ?" .The ! :stress laid on the word "Now," and the ! itone in which it was uttered, had the effect of convulsing the auditors ; but ifc lj3 on record that most of the witnesses never seemed to perceive the little joke , at their expense. Kind Words.—Kind words producc their own iniane in men's souls—and ;i beautiful Image li Is. They soothe and comfort the hearer ; they shame liini out of Ills unkind feelings. Wo have Dot yet begun to use them in suoli abundance as they ought to be used.
The Sketcher. Wives of " Great" Men [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
The Sketcher. 1 Wives of " Gircat" Men All remind us—with apologies to Long fellow—that we cannot make our wives sublime, if we allow ourselves to be dragged along at breakneck speed by an admiring public and leave our better halves far behind. It was at a lady lion-hunter's dinner party. They had asked a cheap cele brity—I forgot liis name—and they had asked his wife, because it was, polite. The man had the mumps at-the last moment, and the wife came alone. I had to tako her down to dinner—a profusely powdered lady, who. wore a dirty pink silk dress, had pink rabbit eyes, and hair just half-way through some inex pensive dyeing process. She talked about her . husband from soup to ices, how often ho was interviewed by news paper people,; how he', had once been introduced to a Royal-Duke, how much lie- smoked, and .how loudly- he snored., At first-1, hadn't a. notion... who. her husband might be ; I only. knew ,that he had done something, ;a.ud whether lie, was1 - a.ctor, • champion' ...
Difficulty with an Incubator. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
Difficulty witli an Incubator. The surprise of tlig hen ■when she luicl hatched a brood of •.waterfowl- -.,wn s- as nothing compared to the astonishment, of Mr. William Thompson, of Mitcliam road, Tooting, England, in his first ex perience of a patent, incubator. A dyer by->trade, Mr. Thompson, like a . wise man, has a hobby, and relieves: the cares and worry of business by breeding fancy poultry. To insure success he--re sorted to • scientific• methods,- and placed some sixty of his choicest eggs in an in cubator,. which he had procured - from Mr. Frederick Nash, of the Kingsland road. ...■■■ With • the dilisrence of a true naturalist, lie watched the thermometer attached to the apparatus and satisfied himself that the temperature was not: only sufficient, but maintained, and. awaited the.result. But iu vain did lie spend his leisure; in watching, for the birds never came. Then it occurred to" him;to examine the instrument, and lie learned to his srriof that instead- of hatching...
The English Language. Will It Become Universal? [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 March 1898
The English Language. Will It Booomc Universal? More people sponk English than any oilier language now in use in tlie civil ised world, and (lie increase in the use of English is so rapid that it may ulti mately outstrip all the European lan guages collectively. At the beginning of the present cen tury twice as many people in Tpni-ope spoke French as English, and twice as many spoke German as English. More persons in Europe spoke ■ Italian than rCnglish, and, in fact, English : had ia subordinate rank. One reason of the rapid and general extension of the English language has been that colonisation' from Great .Bri-; tain has been very. much, -larger :ihim from -other, countries,; and the*; English have made their influence-feltmore de cisively. than liave'tlie people of other nations in colonies. ~ . . Thus, for instance, Holland has to day extensive colonies in various mparts, of the world. The present population of' Holland is 4,000,000, and of Ihe Dutch colonies 2-1,000,000. .But...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
. The Dervish force, under Mahmud, compr.ises ; 20,00 cavalry,; 8000 rifles, with seven' cannon,!: the remainder of the enemy being swordsmen and spearmen. 1 Brigadier-General D. - F. Lewis's brigade has . advanced .upon Abadar. The Dervishes are concentrating at Umdebia. '' ' In the. attack upon- the Dervish horsemen,' the Egyptians displayed steadiness and dash,' - The "Standard" states that France admits that her forces advanced into Sokoto, West Africa, but offers explana tions and regrety. BARGAINS. BARGAINS. Men's Ready-made-Suits, all patterns, from 17/6 and the very best Tailor Finish; 27/6. Boys' Suits, from 4s 6d. . COME ttAJEHL/TSr I A. F. SUTHERLAND & GO., MUSWELLRROOK. CP. E. MORE1S, - GENERAL" CARRIER-; FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENT, AGENT FOR WRIGHT, IlEATON AND CO., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN • : , ; C AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. "Vowels 3V.l©©-£ sill ^:r&lt;ai,:L:Ei.ss. ^€>^veva6jc?s Proi/i&lt;U&lt;l for-Picolt Parties, &c. FOLEY ...
Department of Public Works. Sydney, March 24, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Department of Public Works. Sydney, March 24, 1898. Sir,—I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your*) letter.;of the 22nd inst, re river .crossing: in the 'Hunter River at. .Kayuga,v.and to .inform you that a further communication will: shortly be made to you, this being merely an intimation that your letter has been received. ' --I have,-&c., Robert Hickscin, Under-Secretary and Gom.ofor. Roads.
Public' Works Department. Sydney, March 23, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Public' Works" Department; Sydney, Marcl 3 i898. Sir,—With reference to your letter of the -i6th ultimo, asking: that .a boat maybe provided by tlit Department, and placed in charge of the P.oh'ce at Denman, for use in times of flood, I have the honor to inform you that the Minister has approved of a boat being supplied, and instructions have been eiven accordingly. _ I have, &c., , • , Robert "Hickson, Under: Secretary and Gom. for Roads.
Department of Public Works. Sydney, March 24. 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
, ■ DepartmunLof l'ublicWorks. ' r._ Sydney, March/,.^4. J898, .: Siiv-T^rAVith.^reference to ahe"letter dated 7th instant- presented by you from the :Murrurunch Mui^icipal Goun• cil asking that the .culvert over-' Camp bell's Creek, 011 ■ the "Maiiv"■Nortbern Road; within the Municipality, of jVtur -rurundi,may be enlarged. '&lt; ! have: the honor to„inlorni you that it*^reported | ■ that- the waterway.of the culvert under 12 feet is" sufficient for "alj ordinary times., It would appear that the last flood altered" the course of the creek ■and brought it into the culvert at an angle. This scoured the upstream bank of the east approach-^and the water also got a little behind^the wing wall." It- Is not considered advisable to add another span to the culvert but -I would suggest that the Council expend a small portion of their annual'; subsidy of ^38 6s 8d, in turning the■: creek !into its old channel,- and' protecting the embankment approach wjfh ,a- few cartloads; of .rubble...
Department of Lands. Sydney, March 26, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
"" Department of&lt; Lands.' :Sydney,.'Marcl 20 818 I Sir,—I have the honor * to inform you that the furlhei sum of has been set'apart: by' the»Sec.- for Landsj" ®ut of this-years vote, for the: improve-, ment of the: Public Parks .and .Recrea tion Reserves•;in your-.- electorate; the amount for-each separate-area.being as follows Aberdeen -iRecreatibiv^Re serve. -f ik ~ ' > ■ [ have, &c., I-I. CuuRy, " - 'ActingrUnder 'Sucretary ^ ;
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Official Correspondence. The following items of correspondence from official sources liavo boon handed to us for publication by Mr. U . G-. D. Ktz-Gerald M.P.*. Department of Public Works. Sydney, March 24, 1898. Sir,—I.am directed- to acknowledge the recipt of your letter of the 22nd inst,.rs road: at- Tin • Hut Gully .Road, Parkville to AVingen, and to inform you that a further■■■': communicationwill shoitly be made to you,"' this being merely ail intimation tliat ■ your. letter has been received. I have, iSjc., v &lt;> ° Hour. Hickson," Under Secretary and. Com^for^-Roads?.
Maitland Markets. J. N. BRUNKER AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Maitland Markets. .T. N. BltUNICEE AND. SON'S EEPOP.T. , [ i1 at Cattle.—I'airly large supply for | ward, consisting.chiefly of cows rang• I ing in quality from medium to -prime. ■Buyers in :fair attendance demand | dull[ and values about equal to last i Thursday. We sold—J.. H. Doyle's bullocks at /3 to ^4 9s, steers at ;£2 15s.to .£3 1 os, cows at £2 2s i 6d to ^t4';3S,. heifers at: ^2 mos tO'* £2 •I2S-J Exors. Hon. H. A. Dodds, cows at £2 2s 6d to £2 18s ; T. Ritter's at £2 15s 6d ; A. Campbell's bullocks at £3 6s to £4 8s, cows at £2 12s to £3 13s P.:Bower, cows at £2 4s to £2 18s ; W. Hope, bullock at £4 14s; A. Ball, cows at £2 9s 6d to £3 12s. Fat Calves Large supply ; demand active for prime, and values - without alteration. Wc sold—'Exors. Hon. A. Dodd's at.23s to 35s 6d; J. H; Doyle's at 39s; A. Ball's at 15s to 34s; S. Reynold's at - 12s 6d... to 16s; W. Hodges'at 1 os'6d to 27s. v Springers.—Very few. springers for ward. tGood sorts in request, and sell readily at satisf...
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Accident. Master Bkuce White, son of Mr. J. 0. White, of Edinglassie, while rid ing in one of the station paddocks on Monday afternoon, had the misfortune to be thrown from his horse through the animal putting; its fwot into a hole, aud he sustained a broken collar bone. Dr. Grigson reduced the fracture, but it will be a few weeks before the lad will have the free use of his arm again.
COMMERCIAL. Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
COMMERCIAL. Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market. Edward Higgens (for Hill Clark and Co.) reports having sold on Friday, in conjunction with'Trebeck, Son and Co , for the Western Creek Statipn, Queens land, 600 store bullocks as under :—5 at 63s, 3 at 59s, 41 at 58s 6d, 45 at 58s, 62 at 54s 6d, 134 at 53s, 50 at 52s, 62 at 49s 66, 63 at 49s, 31 at 44s 6d, 55 at 41s 6d; these averaging £2 10s 6d. On account of James] Peberdy, Gungal, 13 bullocks'(at 71s, 8 at 66s 6d, and 9 at 66s, thef lot av eraging ^3 8s 3d. The attendance of buyers was not as good as usual, the cattle being rather young.and .too small for the general , run of our ,fatteners. This, together with the fact of; a large ! lot of cattle being advertised for yester day, had the effect of making prices rule somewhat lower than late rates.