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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

. It; is now understood that the (j-overnment fully intend to meet Parliament after the vote has been taken on the Federal Constitution, but the business is not likely to be of a heavy nature, and will depend largely upon the way in which the Federation vote goes. Remarkable illusions have just been added to the Oyelorama in Sydney, in addition to the soul-stirring scenes on the 20,000 square feet of Canvas, and realistic effects. Daphne fleeing from Apollo is changcd 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—a beautiful mystery, SANDER & SONS* EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.— Under the distinguished patronage of Ilia Majesty the Kiu«,' of Italy, jls per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 11, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged bv Medical Clinics and Univer sities all o...

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Muswellbrook Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Muswellbrook Jockey Club. The meeting of the abovenamed club, called for Thursday evening last, was, in consequence of the small atten dance, postponed till the 14th inst., at the same time and place, when estim ates will be submitted of the probable cost of purchasing, and of renting, a course at Rosebrook.

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

BAptAINS. BARGAINS. Men's Ready-made Suits, all patterns, from 17/6 and the very best Tailor Finish, 27/6. Boys' Suits, from 4s 6d. COMB 2 A. F. SUTHERLAND & CO., MUSWELLBROOK. G. E. MOREY, GENERAL CARRIER, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENT, AGENT FOR WRIGHT, IIEATON AND CO., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN ' AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. 3&/iL©e>t; Coijtfeya OCSS Protfidsd for Parties; &c FOLEY STREET (near Station), MUSWELLBROOK. To Subscribers. Those who have not yet forwarded their subscriptions to the Chronioh are invited to do so without delay. The amount of subscription was reduced frotn ist Januaiy inst. as follows : Per annum (in advance) 15s; per quarter | (in advance) 4s; booked, 4s 6d per; quarter. Advance subscriptions must be paid within the first month of the quarter. Single copies 2d each. In tending subscribers are invited to send in their names as early as convenient. 1 The year or quarter commences from date of ordering. Send penny or two penny stamps, P....

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THE CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHAPTER XXVI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

THE CHEVALIER de MAISON ROUGE. CHAPTER XXVI.—Continued. so groat that the queen stood over whelmed with astonishment. Then, with the deliberation peculiar to those defi cient in 'reason, she knelt down before tin; door, impeding the passage 6f Marie Antoinette. "What do you want, my good wo man?" demanded the queen. "Ho said it wm necessary that you should partlon me." "Who said 60 V" demanded the queen. "The man in the mantle," replied the woman Tison. The queen looked at Mine. Elizabeth and her daughter, surprised at chis ap peal. "Go along, go," said the municipal; "let the Widow Capet pass; she has permis sion to walk in the garden." "i know it," said the old woman; "that id why I came to wait for her here, flineo they will not allow me to go up; and 1 . ought to ask her forgiveuens. X was obliged to wait lor her coming out to see her." "But why, then, are you not permitted to go up?" demanded the queeu. Tin.' woman began to laugh. "Beenuse they pretend that I am said she. . The...

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What is Hedonism? [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

What is Hedonism? An answer to this question is well given In a contemporary. "This doc trine may.be defined as the announce ment chat pleasurable experiences are the'"only, possible end and aim of life :o any rationally minded organism. Ego tistic hedonism considers only the plea sure of the individual ; but altruistic hedonism,"! am glad to say, takes into account also that.-of others. It is wisely argued that men should, in the interest of pleasure, govern their plea sures, and not be jroverned by them. The ethical theory Is also arrived at. which regards pleasure or happiness as the very noblest and greatest good. For tunately, all deductions from this theory —but lately generally accepted—coincide with those upon which moralists have always been agreed. Thus, the con science of the philosophic hedonist may ■well be singularly free from stain."

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Church Services. Bastek Sunday, April 10th, 1898: —Church of England: S. Alban'sEC. (choral) 7.30 a.m.; M. (H.C.), 10.30; Children's service, 3 p m.; E. (choral), 7.30 p.m. S. Mark's, Aberdeen, 10.30 a. m. Col lections for Clergy Widows and Or phan's Fund. Wesleyan: The Kev. \V. Brown will conduct services at Scone at 11 a.m., Kayuga at 3 p m., and Muswell brook at 7.30 p.m.

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COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. 0. J. Si'itATT reports having sold nt tlio Fni-mers' Union, as follows : Butter 10(1 to Is lb. Eggs 9(1 to Is 3d. Honey Is -J [d a tin libs. Fowls Is 8d to .'is pair. Ducks Is 8d to '2s G(1 pr, Turkeys—Hens 5s tt pair. Roosters la (Jd to Gs Gd each. Pigs suckers (Is lid each, slips 23s each. Pumpkins Is (loz. Grammas Is a doz. Cabbage Is Gd doz. Rhubarb Is a dozen bunches. Melons Is doz Lncerno liny 2s pwt. Maize 2s to 2s 3d a bushel. : ' Barley 2s 3d a bushel. Grapes Is qr. caso Quinces Id to 3d dozen. Tomntoes Gd qr. case. I have likewise sold privately oil account Mr. W. Hill tho Railway Hotel business to Mr. James Frazer at proprietor's price.

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Easter Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Easter Holidays. In order to afford oor employees an opportunity of enjoying the Easter holidays is has been decided not to publish the Chronicle on Wednesdaj next. As all the rest of the business people in town are closing their establishments from Thursday night to Tuesday morning it is only fair that wo should do the same. We are sure out constituents will not grumble at the missing of Wednesday's issue in order that the Chronisle staff may have a holiday.

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

I710R SALE—A HARMONIUM, in splendid condition, 5 octaves, 3 stops. No reasonable offer refused. Apply THIS OFFICE. Tenders. rj^ENDERS required for the REPAIR, and JL PAINTING- of the PALISADING of (ho Presbyterian Chinch and Manse Property, Hill Street, and for the ERECTION OF A STABLE. TENDERS also required for the PUR CHASE of the OLD WEATHERBOARD BUILDING near the Manse. Plans and specifications may bs seen and full particulars obtained at tho Manse. Tenders will be received at tho Manse up lo 13th inst. W. McNEILL, Hon. Secretary. Photography. 17< WAGNER begs t,o notify the public Jm fieri orally that his Studio in Market Street WILL BE CLOSED FOR ABOUT TWO WEEKS from Thursday next, after which he will carry on business as usual. Orders may be 1- ft with Mr. A. R. Lung', and such will receive prompt attention. JJ5. WAWMIEfie, Photographic Studio, Market Street, Muawellbrook. Tenders. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of SCHOOL BUILDING at BAEll AM1. .Plans mid Spec...

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Changed Hands. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Changed Hands. Tjie Railway Hotel has changed hands, Mr. W. Hill having sold out to Mr. Jas. Fraser for a good round sum. The new landlord is well known and well liked in Muswellbrook and district, having formerly kept the Family Hotel, in Sydney Street, and we have no doubt he will do well in thenew, commodious, and conveniently situated premises he has now secured.

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Wry-Necked Sam. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Wry-Kecked Sam. [By " Wanderer," in the Adelaide Observer ] A queer character in his way was Wry-lSeckecl Sam, by which suggestive sobriquet the subject of my story was known all over Western Queensland. When I say ' was known,' I don't mean that any of the boys called him by his nickname to his face. No, the last man who had done so—big Bullocky George—had lain in the camp for three weeks nursing four broken ribs and a host of minor casu alties as the result of his ill-advised pleasantry, and since then—some nine or ten ya^fs ago—Sam remained just 'plain Sam,' without the obnoxious prefix. He always said that he was .an Irishman, but if the Emerald Isle :had indeed had the honor of being his birthplace, it was certain that he had left it early in life and travelled in many other lands before he brought up in Queensland When he could be induced to talk, which was seldom— only, indeed, when in the society of a few chosen friends—his accents and choice of idioms would lead one to supp...

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Office Hours. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Office Hours. We are requested to state that the business office hours of the local 0 P.S. and Land Agent, are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Postal Arrangements for Easter' [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Postal Arrangements for Easter* On Good Friday there will be no de livery by letter carrier. . Delivery at window from 9 to 10 a;m. and 6 to 6.30 p.m. only. , The telegraph office will open from 6 to 6.30 p m. ; but only to important stations.—On Easter Monday there will be the morning de livery by letter carrier only, and deliv ery at window-from 6 to 6.30 p.m. The telegraph office will be open from 9 to 10 a.m. and-:6 to 8 p.m. Mails close both days at' 1.40 p.m.

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Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Auction Sales. Attention is directed to the sale of coachbuilders', wheelwrights', and blacksmiths' tools, buggies, sulkies, and horses, &c., advertised by Mr, 0. J. Spratt for the 20th instant. Also to the horse sale announced by the same auctioneer for the 22nd instant.

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Muswellbrook to the Front Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Muswellbrook to the Front Again. The Government Board for Exports offered a prize, at the Royal Agricultu ral Show, for the best bag of wheat representing a bulk of not less than 100 sacks suitable for export, but there was no condition that the grower should send this amount in for export. Thus the prize is shorn of a deal of its prac tical value.. Only five growers com peted, a very: poor display considering the magnitude of the interest involved. As a compensation the quantity was good, the first prize, in .the opinion of the judges/ being faultless but for it being mill-dressed. Mr. John Guy, of Kayuga, the winner of the prize, took also championship honors at the last Muswellbrook Show, the weight of the bushel being 691b. The other exhibits were quite up to the average of former years in quality, but in such a large exhibition as this is, it is to be regrettedythat the prizes were'not more 'varied \ red'and white wheats compel ing in the same classes.—Mr. A. A. Roberts was a s...

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Band of Hope. Tiie monthly Band of Hope meet ing held in the Wesleyan Church on Thursday njght, was well attended, and passed off successfully.

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CHAPTER XXVII. THE MUSCADIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

CHAPTER XXVII. THE MUSCJADIN. It waa near two o'clock. Louis was promciiudiug up uud down in Muuricu'a room, wliilu Ajceailiw polished liia mufl tor's boots in t,1u CS.nto-su.Ua.in.bcra, only for tin' grantor convenience of conversa tion the door remained open, and during his walk. Louis stopped, ;tud otteu ad dressed a few questions io the official. "And you say, Citizen Agcsilas, that your muster left home this morning?"' "Oh, moil Dieu ! yea." "At the usual hour ?" "It might i. • .i!iuLoa earlier or ten minutes later, I cannot exactly say." "Awl you h:ivc not seen him siuco ?" ".No, citizen." Louiw eontinued his walk, and aftor three or four turns again stopped, and renewed his questions. "Had ho his sword with him ?"demand cd he. "When lie goes to tho section he in variably curries it." "Are you sure he has gone to the sec tion ?" "At lenst lie told mo so." "In that case, I shall join him," tsaad Louis, "and if we miss each other, tell him I hare been here, and left to rejoin hi...

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ROBINSON CRUSOE. THE TRUE STORY OF HIS ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

ROBINSON CRUSOE. THE TRUE STORY ofllS ADVENTURES. In the early part of the eighteenth century, thore was brought to England, by a certain Captain lingers, a seafarer named Alexander Selkirk. He is de scribed euphemistically by some writers as a roving mariner, by others bluntly as a buccaneer, and was a native of t.he Scottish fishing village of Largo. Alex ander moistoned His throat with the national beverage, and told a strange story. He had been left, ho declared, solitary on an island of- the Pacific Ocean, by his captain (Stradling), in tho year 1704, and had lived thero without seeing a human face, save that of tho savage cannibal, for five weary years. The island was Juan Fernandez. He told of hia wild life there, of his suffer ings and trials, of his romantic adven tures, and his story attracted widespread attention. Captain Rogers, shining proudly in reflected glory, exploited it. It needs 110 particularly vivid imagination bo conjure up the vision of the old sailor, grown ...

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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROVGE. A TALE OF THE REIGN OF TERROR. CHAPTER XXV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

CHAPTER XXV.—Continued. ttin do sent to tho Revolutionary Tri bunal,-and you lino w what becomes of those who are sent there." "Staift aside," said the wpmim Tison, "and let mo pass." "Where are you going ?" "To the conciergerie." "What are you going there for ?" . "To see her again." "Thoy will not allow you to,enter.' "Tliey will pornit me 'to He at tho door, to Iiye there, to fiecp there. I will remain there till she goes out,, and then, at least, I shall see her once more." "Suppose some one promised to restore: you your child ?" "What is that you say?" "I ask you, supposing a man we re . to promise to give you back your child, would yon do what this iniiu required. oi you iu return?" < ' ' " "Everything for my eliis.1; air for my Heloise !" cried the woman, wringing her hands. "All, all, all!" "Listen," Haid the unknown, "tt ite &od who npw punishes you." "And for what?" "For the tortures you have- inflicted bo mercilessly on a poor mother us un happy an your...

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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 9 April 1898

Comic Cuttings* Life is worth living—better than most of ua live it. Insulted.—" Did you refuse him be cause he was so old ?" " No ; because he said he felt as if he had known me all his life." " What has become of M'Stuttigan, who stammered so?" "He's giving dialect readings. Making a big hit." " Is this what I married you for ?" she wailed as she helped him in at 3 a.m. No, m'. dear,"- he mumbled ; " it's what I married you for." She: "This novelist writes of his heroine as a tall girl .with becoming blonde hair."- .He-: "-I suppose he means by that that she is having It bleached." -What lie Knew.—*'What do you know o£ the character of -this man ?" was asked of a'witness in the "box the other day. "What do I.know of his charac ter? I know it to be unreachable," he replied with emphasis. Weary Willie : '.' Lady, could I hev a drink uv dis water?" Mrs. Greene: " Certainly. There's the pump, and -there's-the tumbler." Weary Willie (in sinuatingly) I see, lady. Now, ef you'll jes' wor...

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