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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. The pledge given by the rremier at the Town Hall meeting last night to support the Federal Constitution Bill has caused something akin to con sternation in the ranks of some of his parliamentary followers, and particu larly amongst those members o£ the party who have given their support to the vigilance committee formed some time ago to watch the progress of the federal movement. A meeting of the committea has been convened' for Monday next, when the situation will be discussed, and a course of action decided upon. This morning the Sydney manager of Huddart, Parker, ancl Co. received confirmation of the news of the death of Mr. E. J. Parker, the leading partner in the firm. A shocking accident occurred at the new markets to-day by which two men were injured in a shocking manner, and four of their follow employees narrowly escaped similar injuries and possibly death. One of the injured men is so bad that his recovery is al most hopeless, and the oth...
Cable News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Gable News. China has concsded to Russia a twonty-five year's lease of Port Arthur as a. uaval bnso, anil a similar lease of Talienwan as a fortified open port, with the right to construct a railway from Petuna, id Manchuria, to Talien wan and Port Arthur. The Tunes, in commenting on the concessions made by China to Russia, says that the "te^ms are epuivalent to a cession of territory, and must pro foundly affect British interests in the Far East. Eussia has decided to dispatch 50,000 meu of the army reserve to Eustaria Bay, on the Siberian coast, north of Vladivostock. An additional sum of 30,000,000 roubles (about £3,000,000) ia to be applied towards strengthening the Russian naval forces. OdI}'one-fourth of the portion of the Chinese loan of £16,000,0G0 placed on the London market wan subscribe !. The underwriters will provide the balance. The failure of the public to subscribe was due to the distrust engendered by the Russian and French demands upon China. The Corean Government ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Tcwksdury's for watch and Jewel lery repairs. America apparently still anxiously awaiting a settlement of lliat little bill for £&lt;1000 which it claimed from tho Government for tho oxtradilion of Butlor. Tho first bill was for a modest £0000, but tlint was subse quently roduced to tho amount stated. On Saturday Mr. "Want said tho mattor was boing thoroughly con sidorod by tho Cabiuot.
Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Small Debts Court. A new set of rules for the guidance of Small Debts Courts is'announced to come into operation from ist April. These provide for the filings of'plaints with the Registrar not less than eight clear days, and service of summons not less than five clear days-before;r the "sit tihg; Upon affidavit being filed with the Registrar that a debtor is about to leave the district to evade 'payment1, the registrar may issue- a summons to defendant, made -.returnable at any time, provided, that it be served 24 hours belore the lime of return.' A summons can be made returnable at any1 sitting of the'court within two months after date of issue of such sum mons. Paiticulars of defence must be filed three clear days before the sitting, and plaintiff must receive copy two clear days before." .Money must be paid into court three clear days before the hearing, with costs, and .a notice served on plaintiff, two clear .days before. '
Painless Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Painless Dentistry. MR. "W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dentist (late with Dental Hospital Co., Newcastle and Maitland), visits MUSWELLBROOK, Monday, Mar. 21st, till Saturday, 2Gth, at Phillips's Hotel. ABERDEEN, Wednesday, March 30th, at Phillips's Hotel. Teeth extracted Painlessly, 2s Gd. Uppor or lower sets of artificial teeth from a guinea per set. Teeth scaled and cleaned 5s. Chil dren's teeth regulated. Fillings from 2s Gd. Misfitting plates remodelled. All work guaranteed to be of first-class quality, and at less than Sydney priccs. Consultation Free. Do not pay exorbitant prices elsewhere, but ootne and see W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dentist (registorpd).
Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Dentistry. . Dentrist y.—J. Beal by- Smith, 1).L>. S., from London and America, of 482 and483George-sfreet, Sydne}', maybe consulted Free at Mrs. Hicks' private house, MusweUbrook, monthly. Nest visit, from 3 p m on Thursday, 31st, to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 2. Painless extractions guaranteed. Flattering tes timonials have been given by many of the Squatters and Residents in the district, certifying to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work Charges strictly moderate, At my Sj-dney rooms I have a staff of Four Dentists, where a great reduction is made on ordinary prices. Mr. A. E. Burbank, R.D.S., Vic and New South Wales, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist, Head Branch, Tamworth. In consequence of his ac cident, he will be unable to make further visits for some time, and re quests patients to wait. Dentistry of the highest stauding is performed by Mr. Percy B. Cohen (Honorary Dentist to the Maitland Hospital), who .visits Muswellbrook the fourth Saturday in every month, and ...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Cricket. The following players have..be'en se lected to represent the Juniors fn ^then match against b team on Saturday next, play to commence at 12 ' o'clock sharp :—H. Barklay, C.. Ridge, C. Forrest, H. Ingham, J. N.. McKenzie, W. Hennessy, J. Burns, A. Hodges, J. McNeill, S. Milligan. and F. Brown.
The Morvilli Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
The Morvilli Company. What is described as the most humorous entertainment ever given will be given in the local School of Arts on Thursday (to-morrow) night, by the Morvilli Company The company is new to New South Wales, but has been playing for several years in Tasmania with considerable success, and we are assurod that the entertain ment provided is really first rate, and one with which all who patronise it will be well satisfied. The programrno has enough of variation (o satisfy one and all, and those who can enjoy a hearty laugh should not fail to be present, on Thursday night. Particu lars will be found in another part of this paper.
The China Wreck. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
The China Wreck. The R.M.S. China ran ashore at Perim, Azalea Point, on Thursday night. All the passengers, numbering 493, were safely landed. Additional particulars which have come to hand concerning the accident to the China show that the vessel struck on Thurs-. day evening, during the prevalence of a thick haze. - The mails ^shipped by the steamer from Australia and India,, together _with the specie sent from Australianii'ports, ' have '-been • saved. The steamer Carthage - has' proceeded from Aden, and will co'nvey fhe'China's passengers to European ports. Tugs, lighters, and Government steamers have been sent from Aden-to the as-' sistance of the stranded vessel.. The foreholds of the China;are "full of water, but flooding of the other portions of -the steamer'has been prevented by her water-tight compartments.1.There is a hope of saving the vessel in the event of. the weather improving.; The China cost about -£300,000, and on her last trip to-Australia did better work than an...
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
The Weather. Light showers of rain on Friday night, with threatening conditions, raised hopes thai the much desired downpour was about to visit the dis trict, but unfortunately it passed off after adding only 8 points to the rain fall total. Maitland and Singleton were much more favored, both getting a splendid fall. On Sunday night there were some misty showers, and again on Tuesday showers. fell, but barely sufficient to lay the dust, though appearances promised a good soaking downpour. Farmers, graziers, and in fact all classes, would welcome a couple of inches of rain at the present time, as it would do an incalculable amount of good.
Department of Public Works. Sydney, March 24, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Department of Public Works." : Sydney, March 24. 1808. Sir,—I am directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the :22nd instant, re pipe culvert in . Muscle Creek, at Jones's lucerne padlock, and to inform you that a further-"communi cation will shortlv-be made to.you, this being merely an intimation"tliat your letter has been received. . I have, &c.. Robert I-Iickson, Under-Secretary and Com. for Roads.
Denman Recreation Reserve. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Beiiman Recreation Reserve. The following official correspond ence has been handed to us by Mr. John A. Mason for publication :— Department of Mines and Agriculture, Stock Branch, Sydney, 24th March, .189,8.. Sir,—-1 have the honor to. acknow ledge I he recei pt of . your com mu nica •tion of the 21st instant on the subject mentioned below, and to:state that the i'rrusteesvofrDenman.viGommon have -:n0thing-t0'.d0.;OT;»«c/»-w.ulr^thc:. Recre ation Reserve". • - I have'the, honor, etc., - Edw.'C. Wells, Pio Chief Inspector of Slock. • ~ Suiiikct • Asking Jf the Trustees of Denman :GoQMTionrliave anything to do with; tlie Recreation Reserve.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
• The Rev., R; V. King, new curate for the Church of England, Merriwa, is on board the P. and O. steamship Australia, with the Bishop of Newcas tle, and may be expected to take up his duties during the month of April. Three-card Monte was carried pn to a large extent at the Cycling Carnival on Saturday, at the Agricultural Grounds One man was arrested and sentenced to 14 days hard labor. Remarkable illusions have just been added to the Cyelorama in Sydney, in addition to the soul-stirring secnes on the 20,000 square 1 feet o£ Canvas, and realistic effects. Daphne fleeing from Apollo is changed into the Laurel Tree before the Spectator's eyes and then into various bewildering changes, finally floating in the air and ascending into , the clouds—u beautiful mystery.
Department of Lands, Sydney, 25th October, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Department of-Lands, r - r > '^Svdheyv^2^tIi^October,v'xSo^. I Reset ve from annual lease for public recreation. His excellency the Lieu tenant Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council directs it to be notified that in pursuance "of the .j provisions of the 39th section of the Grown Lands Act of 1889, the land hereunder described has .been tempor arily reserved and exempted from annual ■lease for public recreation Land District of Muswellbrook. No. 23096 county of Brisbane, parish of Denman,.containing an area of about r6o acres. The Crown lands within the following : boundaries, com mencing at the south-east corner of portion 104 of 160 acres, Denman Park, and boundad thence on the east by a line and the west side of Vir ginia. Street in the ■ town of Denman, bearing south to the north ^side of a road r chain wide, dividing it from parl'of portion 4,' W. Ogilvie's 1070 acres; thence on the south by that side of that road bearing west7 to the east side of a road 1 chain...
Department of Lands. Sydney, 20th November, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 March 1898
Department of-Lands, Sydney, 20th November, 18915. . Sir,—I. have the honour to invite your attention to the enclosed : G'owtw meiiS Gazette-sX\\y* of.■■,;the>a6th .- ultimo, wherein' is;notified;:the reservation • for public recreation purposes from.annual ■lease of an;: area- "of :i"6o -. acres, No. 23066, in the pai>sh of Denman, county of; Brisbane^ in.connection;with your'application on 22iid'July :last-'on rbehalf of; the following ■ petitioners:-^ . Messrs E. -*R. AVhite, E. White,' F." S.; ■.Bell. Alex. Muilro. ■and-'?'; others. I have the honor; etc, Wm. Houston, Under Secretary.
The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. A TALE OF THE REIGN OF TERROR. CHAPTER XXI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 April 1898
CBAl-FETl XXI.—Continued. and also that he had afforded over so light a gratification | to itho unhappy prisoner. "Oh, yes, yes I" said Genevieve; "and were I to live for a thousand years 1. should never forget her." "And what do you think of her?" "She is charming." "Aad you, Morand ?" Morand clasped his hands, but made no reply. "Tell me," said Maurice, in a whisper, "to Genevieve; "it is the queen whom Mo rand worship ?" Genevieve started, but recovering herself instantly, replied, smilingly: "It really looks like it." "You have not yet told mo what you think of her, Morand," persisted Maurice. "I thought her very pale," replied he. Maurice retook the arm of Genevieve to descend toward the court. In the dark; staircase it seemed to him that Geneviovo kissed his hand. "What docs thnt moan, Genevieve 1" "It means, Maurice, that I shall never . forget that to gratify a whim of mine you have risked your life.". - "Oh!" said Maurice, "what exaggera tion of danger, Genevieve. Between y...
CHAPTER XXII. SIMON, THE CENSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 2 April 1898
CHAPTER XXII. SIMON, THE CENSOR. When Maurice returned to his post, ill a state of transceudant happiness, he found Tison's wife weeping. "What have they done to you now, mother?" asked Maurice. "All this makes me furious," replied tlie jailoress. "What?" .. "Because there is nothing but iajus^ tiee for poor people in this world." "But how ?" . ; V; ■ I "You are rich; youare'a bourgeois, .you come here only for a day, and they .per mit pretty women to visit yon;here,..who: present bouquets- to the prisoners; while I who nestle everything in this dove-cot am not allowed to see my poor ;Sopliic.": Maurice took her linnd and slipped into; it an assign/it of ten livres. "There, good woman, take that, and do not despair. Mon Dieu! the Austrian will not last forever. • "Ten Jivres !". said the jailoress; "that; is kind of you, bustf I would .rather: have: ■. eveu a. papilotte that had curled ;niy poor girl's hair." As . she finished these' words,. | Simon, who .was • then ..coming* up, "h...