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Federation. WHAT THE LABOUR MEMBER DID NOT TELL US! [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Federation. WHAT THE LA.BOUR MEMBER DID NOT TELL US! [By OiNe of the Crowd.] The anti-federationists have had an innings; they have fired their first shot, and like the ten the Spaniards fired at the Americans, it has done no damage, but on the contrary, we now know the worst they can say, and truly when quietly reflected on, it in not much. But ofore showing the'fallaoy that underlies all that was said at the meeting last night, we must give credit to blunt M'Go wen and polished O'Eeilly for a courteous statement of their case, but everyone must have felt that the speakers had no enthusiasm, no fire, no dash; that there was an entire absence of stimulating feeling, and that the appeal was wholly to the meaner sentiments of selfishness and suspi cion of others and provincial rivalry. There was, in fact, only one conten tion—put in different ways—that the Bill is against majority rule. This is catching, but it is all based on juggling with figures, because the Bill provides in the mo...

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Police Court. TUESDAY, April 26TH, 1898. (Before Messrs. C. E. Doyle, C. H. Cox, E. C. Brecht, and A. Bowman, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Police Court. Tuesday, April 26tii, 1898. (Before Messrs. 0. E, Doylo, 0. H. Cox, E. 0. Brecht, and A. Bow man, J.P.) Heury Bradley, a stranger, pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk in Market-street ou the previous night. Discharged. An auctioneer's district licence was granted to A. Gibson. Mr, M'lntyro appeared for applicant. SVm. Thompson v. Elizabeth Len ane. The defendant was charged with stealing two 'fowls the property of "Win. Thompson valued at Is, and pleaded not guilty. Constable Haigh deposed : I have heard the information read, and it is true to the best of my knowledge and belief; from information received I accompanied Win. Thompson to a house occupied by "Walter "Weeks at Muswellbroolc; I there saw two fowls which I now produce; the fowls were identified as the property of William Thompson; I assisted to catch the fowls, and took possessian of them, and have had possession,of them ever since the 11th instant. Wm. Thompson, a coachman, resid ing at Muswelibrook, ...

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Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Federation. There was ft large and representative meeting at the School of Arts on Mon day night to listen to ihe addresses delivered by Messrs. M'Gowen and O'Reilly in opposition to the Federa tion Bill, the hall boing well filled. The Mayor, Mr, E. C. Brooht, occu pied the chair, and introduced the speakers. Mr M'Go"\ven was the first speakor. He said they appeared before the mpeting because they believed that there were two sides to every question and because they considered it was their duty to come there nnd give pub licity to their views. No vote had ever been given in New South Wales which was fraught with such momen tous interests as the vote which they were asked to give on tho 3rd of Juno next. They considered it their duty to explaiu the provisions of the bill to the public. [A voice : Most of us can read]. Although tbey may be able to rend, yet thero wero matters which the cleverest men could.not tin-' derstand. Liwyers had framed this bill, and it had been said that law...

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Denman Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Denman Races. The annual race meeting of Denman Race Club took place 011 Tuasday, with the following results. \ full report will appear in Saturday's iesue :— Fi/iiNO Handicap— 6 furlongs. Mr. Kirk's br f Zoo, lyrs, Gst 81b ... 1 F. Hewitt's br g Manxman. 7st 13lb 2 W. Y. G'ousiiis's br f Jacinth, Oat 71b 3 Merton Stakes -li furlongs. Mr. W. Phillips'H b g Birthday, 7.st Olb 1 R. Neely'a oh g Mailboy, 7st 131b,. 2 W. Y. CousiiiH'ri Myalla, 9st 21b .. 3 Denman Handicap—1 mile. Mr. W. Robinson's b h Schoolboy 9st 13lb 1 J. MoMonamin's b h Tho Jow, 8st 51b 2 A. Kirk's br f Zoo, -lyre 7st 61b ... 3 Hack Race—£5. Civility, list 1 Chieftain lOst 2 Welter Haxdiou?—7 furlongs Mr. A. Kirk'a br m Zoo, 8.st 121b ... 1 I<\ Hewitt's br g Manxman, lOst ... 2 Poets liave sweetly snug, aye, many n time, The varying moods of tho Australian clime, But these same moods, although tho poet thrills, Threaten' poor mortals with those Hidden chills, For which tho remedy, as certain as its pure, ...

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Make a Note of It. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Make a Note of It. Both the buckjuniping contest on the Show Ground and the match at the Sale Yards were won in a saddle made by G. L. Gordon, of Bridge Street, Muswellbrook.*

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Muswellbrook Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

; ' Muswellbvook Hospital. A meeting of the Committee of the . Muswellbrook Hospital and Benevolent Society was held in the School of Arts on Friday afternoon last, when there were present: M r. R. T. Keys (Pre sident) Dr Lamg, Messrs. F. Budden, T J. Haydon, VV. McNeill, J. C. Luscombe, P. Hcaly, and W. B Adams, (Hon. Secretary.) The minutes of the previous monthly meeting were read and confirmed, and ' the Secretary read a communication from the Government Printer notifying that a copy of the proceedings of the last Medical Conference of Australia had been sent for the Hospital. Accounts amounting to ^25 x Ss were read arid passed for payment. The Medical Officer's report stated that during the month of March 16 patients were admitted to the Hospital, 7 had been discharged, one died, and there were seven remaining in the hos pital. The Hon. Treasurer (Mr. T. : ]:i Haydon) reported that the amount in the bank to credit of current account was £7 3s 4d, and there was ,at fixed deposi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Painless Dentistry. MR. W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Doutist (late with Dental Hospital Co., Newcastle and Maitlftnd), visits MUSWELLBROOK, Monday, May. 30th. till Saturday, June 4th, at Phillips's Hotel. ABERDEEN, Saturday, April 30th, at Phillips's Hotel. Teeth extraoted Paiulesaly, 2s Gd. Upper or lower sets of artificial teeth from a guinea per set. Teeth scaled and cleaned 5s. Chil dren's teeth regulated. Filling's from 2s GJ. Misfitting plates remodelled. All work guaranteed to be of first-class quality, and at less than Sydney prices. Consultation Free. Do not pay exorbitant prices elsewhero, but como and see W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dentist (registered).

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Cable News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Cable News. Mat Salleh, the leader of the rebel lion in North Borneo, who escaped after the defeat of the rebels at Fort Fann, in January last, has given in his submission to the British. The professional members of Stod dart's cricketing team have arrived in London, They declare that the Aus tralian tour was an enjoyable one. In a letter to the newspapers Lord Durham urges owners and trainers to give Gray's starting machine an impar tial trial. It has transpired from Foreign Office correspondence, which has been pub lished, that Count Muravieff, the Rus sian Minister for Foreign Aftairs, plead ed that respect for China's sovereign rights prevented any alteration being made with regard to the status of Port Arthur, except as to its delivery to Russia. A telegram from Athens states that M. Angelopulos, a member of the Chamber of Deputies, and an intimate friend of M. Delyannis, the ex-Premier, has been arrested for libelling the King of Greece. Djeval Pasha, one of the Turkish Minist...

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Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Dentistry. Dentiiisty.—J. Bealhy-Smith,D.D. S., from London and America, of 482 ancH83George-8treet, Sydney, may be consulted Fkee at Mrs. Hicks' private house, Muswellbrook, monthly. Next visit Friday & Saturday, May 6 and 7. | Painless extractions guaranteed. Flattering testimonials have been | given by many of the Squat- j tera and Eosidents in the district, certifying to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work. Charges strictly moderate, At my Sydney rooms I havo a staff of Four Dentists, where a great reduction is made on ordinary prices. Dentistry of the highest standing is performed by Mr. Percy B. Cohen (Honorary Dentist to the Maitland Hospital), who visits Muswellbrook the fourth Saturday in every month, and may be. consulted at O'Leary's Hotel from 9 to 6, remaining over Saturday and Suuday. All letters for appointments to be addressed to Mr. Percy B. Couen, Dental Surgeon, Hart's Buildings, High-street, West Miatland. r

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The Spanish Position in Cuba. Ruinous Cost of the Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

The Spanish Position in Cuba. Ruinous Cost of the Colony. Regarding the proposal to grant Cuba: .autonomy, the Havana correspondent of the "London Times" writes . (February 5): If the result proves that the measure has no practical result in restoring peace, Spain will have to review her position again, and consider whether it is worth her whila to reorganise her army for another long and costly campaign, The ex penditure of the Spanish Government on account of the Cuban troubles is now £1,600,000 sterling every montli. The arrears of payments of all kinds in Cuba are more than 00,000,OOOdol, or, any, £12,000,000 sterling in round figures. Unless peace can be brought about by some arrangement with tho insurgents, this ruinous expense must continue for an iudefinite peiiod. Tho war has already cost Spain £-18,000,000 sterling, or, if we include the unpaid arrears, £00,000,000 sterling. Can the mother country affoid to throw away another £u0,000,000 or £40,000,000 to pay for military ...

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Fire at Nyngan. Damage Estimated at £20,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Fire at Nyngan. Damage Estimated at £20,000. A most disastrous lire occurred at ityngan on Saturday, about 9.30 o'clock. Roberts' store, quite a new brick' building, was burnt clean out. The fire was discovered bofore it. had made great headway, but owing to the want of auparatus to cope with it,' no serious effort to combat the firb 'could be made. The whole of ihe contents of the store were destroj'ed. and the flames spread to Barren's. •Hotel, which adjoins ihe store. The townspeople worked hard and heartily, removing furnituro, etc., from the >hotel. Every possible effort was made to limit the scope of the conflagration. The.hotel, which contains upwards of 50 rooms, has been completely gutted, only the walls remaining. Roberts' stock was insured for £3700. The building, store, and hotel, belong to Mr. Barrett, who will be aheavj loser. Particulars with regard to insurances' are not yet procurable. At the time of writing the fire is raging, fears are entertained that, other p...

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COMMERCIAL. Maitland Markets. H. J. MARSHALL'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

COMMERCIAL. Maitland Markets. h. j. Marshall's report. Fat Cattle.—In consilience of there being uo further sale for a week a very large supply was brought for ward at the sales over 700 being yarded.' The quality generally was [from medium, to good. Buyers were in full attendance, and values hold vwell;Eand no'.pe'roeptible fall can be quoted; >My sales comprise—on ao count ofThos. Ooolc, 25 bullocks at £3 13s to £4 8s ; ,T: Dent, bullocks •at £3 lGs to £4 4s ; Hall's heifers at £2 10s. ' ; ■ Fat Sheep.—A very large supply was forward—4000 being penned, A large gathering of buyers wero pre-: sent, and,' considering the heavy yard ings, sales were fairly brisk, though prices mny be quoted as being lower. Best pens of crossbred wethers sold at. 7s lid to 9s Id, fair 6s 6d to 7s 6d, crossbred.ewes, 6s 6d to 7s lid, extra prime.10s lOd to l is, merino wethers 6s Id to 8s 4d,! others from 6s 6d to 7s 6d. I sold —Ou account J.'-E. Doyle, 270 crossbred ewes—tops 8s to 8s lid, seconds 7...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

General -News. A fine of £25 was inflicted by tlio Coonabarabran Bonch in a case in which a drover was charged with not travelling stocV by a direct routo but " loafing for gl ass." Already four candidates, comprising two protectionists, a freetrader, aud a labour nominee, have beeu announced for the e eotiun for tho Parliamentary vacancy at Narratiri. Now South Wales has the finest raw mnteiiil for Cavalry in the world — und probably the worst handled Mi-u and horses would drive an ol:l time British Cavalry officer almost do lirious with delight. After lie had seen them manoeuvred ho would pro bably die, to slow music, with dis gust. _ j. True ticks havo been discovered south of the quuruutiue liue in Queensland, all. precautions having1 failed.to prevent the disease spread: ing. Alderman Norton says the policy.of reform ana retrenchment iu the City Council wil; go iu the direction of re ducing the salaries "of pampered of ficials and reducing the 'numb,r of hauds in overmanned dep...

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Illness of Mr. W. Bowman. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 27 April 1898

Illness of Mr. W. Bowman. The serious illness of Mr. W. Bow- man, of Balmoral, is causing the greatest anxiety to his relatives and friends, and on enquiry late last night we learnt with regret that he was not expected to live through the night.

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CHAPTER XXXVIII. THE ROYAL CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

CHAPTER XXXVIEt. THE ROYAL CHILD. In the meantime, as we have peon in the chapter preceding, the queen's trial was about to take place. It was al ready surmised that by the sacrifice of this illustrious head, the popular hatred, so long fiitice displayed in murmurs; would at length be satisfied. The means wore not wanting for the completion TO liE OONTINVKD.

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CHAPTER XXXVII. THE CITIZEN GRACCHUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

CHAPTER XXXVII. THE CITIZEN GRACCHUS. • For an instant- the three meu remain-,, od petrified at the entrance of the vault, while the turnkey plunged his lantern into the opening without being able to pene trate its depth. The architect trium-; phantly -fexultcd' over liis companions from the summit of his genius. — . ''Well?" said he at length. "Ma foi ! yes," replied Henriot, "here,: incontestnbly, is the passage. It ' only reomains to know where it leads to." "Xes," repeated Bichard; "it remains •■o know that!," '"Well, then, descend yourself, Citizen Kicha,rd;- and tlieu you will see I have told you the truth." , - : ".3 ■ "I have something bettor to do, |than go in there," sa'i'd the concierge." ""We will return with you and the gener-iil 'to the conciergerie. There you can rais.e the hearth-stone, and we: shall seo." - "Very well," said Henriot, "we" will return." ' Hut we must be careful," said, the architect; "this stone remaiuing, un-. clo.seo may offer an idea to some one."...

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Bernhardt and Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Bernhardt and Money: Sarah Bernhardt has a magnificent contempt for money. In an\ interview, she said : "My earnings during: my career—nothing, nothing, I say. It comes, it goes ; I keep no account. Could I not spend money, I would not earn it. Money is to spend. I detest accounts. I have never kept accounts. I cannot calculate. Oh ! bother the money !"

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Art Critics. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Art Critics. - Only the other day. (says a Mr. /Waltei Simms, a London estate agent, in a newly published pamphlet) being In search of a certain water-colour draw ing, X visited an auction hall, where the auctioneer was engaged in selling works of art. Amongst the collection was a drawing representing the luckless lovers of the Hellespont. "Now, then, gentle men, what shall we say for this splendid 'ero and Leader—very fine 'ero and Leader—how much ?" " Leandei'," came as a gentle correction from the body of the room. " Eh ! what! Oh, ah, yes, to he sure, 'ero and Lendor—an undoubted 'ero oncl Le-ndor—'ow much ?" This is about on a par with the gentleman who read out from his catalogue '' Jupiter and ton." the textual rendering"{being", of course, " Jupiter and Io."' - '

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A Theatre Plan. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

A Theatre Plan. Tlie late Alexandre Dumas, the younger, said that he was always careful about disposing of bad seats on first nights. He managed to put a well-known actress in a box on the second or third tier, where everybody could see her. '* Just see Mdlle. A. in a box on the second tier." "It is the best she could get, I" suppose." Such talk as that in fluences the house considerably. Every body thought that everybody else had paid big money to get in.

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A Dandy Musician. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

A Dandy Musician. - The " Musical Times" vouches for the following "appreciation" of Paderewski overheard in a New York street car Average "Young Man (to neighbour)-: " Everything they say about Paderewski is true. He's a genius. Why, he played fourteen pieces, and did not once look at the programme. Yet he played straight ahead, and never oncer/forgot what piece was to come next. I tell you the man who can do that is a dandy." ■

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