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Spray. Women in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Spray. Women in Europe. Neither French nor German women are admitted to be, though from different reasons, the equals and mental com panions of their men folks, in Russia girls and their brothers are 011 the same footing from the first ; young women meet and make friends wltli young men in the same familiar fashion, at home and in society, as they do with us, and men choose their wives among those who hold different opinions from them selves, have perhaps followed .profes sions of -their own, and possibly stick, to both one and the other after marriage without making a whit lesa desirable wives and mothers.
Sporting, [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Sporting, (By Phin.) I Schoolboy won the April Handicap at Newcastle on Saturday, beating tho Sydney trained horses Standard and Pensez-a-Moi, who secured the situa tions. Zeno started favorite at 6 to 1. Simmonda's horse won easily by three lengths. Parrakeet, who ran successfully at last year's amateur races, started a warm favoriie in the Hurdle Race at Flemington last Saturday, and won easily. This is his second win over sticks lately. Parrakeet was bred by the Messrs. H E. A. and V. White, at Belltrees, and is by Blue Mountain from Paraphrase. Jack Tracey, who had the mount on The Jew in the Welter Handicap at Denman, received a nasty bruise on the leg caused through The Jew hit ting a post just as the,word "go" was given. Amiable, Devoted, and Sayles have gone to Melbourne to be trained. York, winner o£ the Newcastle Welter and many other good races, was purchased nt the Turanville sales for £15. The Australian Peer was sold at tho Duckenfield Park sales for 120 guineas, Russl...
The Mistletoe Bough. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
The Mistletoe Bough. The A merican mistletoe differs from the English mistletoe in the independence of the sexes. In the European, the male rtini female flowers grow upon the same plant, hence berries may be found on every plant. In America each Hex lnb-urs for itself, anfi grows *11 separate plants ; hence there are many plants wholly barren. Neither are the berries so lai'ge as the European varieties. On account of this difference In the be haviour of the sexes, botanists make -a distinct genus OH the American Phora dendron, instead of Visuam-Pboraden dron, signifying: " a thief on a tree," its parasitic, nature being referred to. Like its ICuropean brother, it is found on any tree frequented by birds that use the berries for food.
THE WAR. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
London, 'i uesdav. Yielding to pressure from th*j Jin goes, President M'Kinley will land immediately 5000 troops in Cuba, to co-operate with the forces under General Gomez, the insurgent leader. The Cuban authorities have* confis cated for use of the Spanish troops all the relief food. The sufferings of reconcentrados have been doubled. Captain Milhurn, of the British steamer Myrtledom, was sentenced to death by a court martial at Ha vanah on acharge of beinging an American spy. He dared the Spaniards to shoot him, declaring that if thay did the city would be immediately des troyed. Captain Milburn was released on the intervention of the British Con sul. . . ' ' The Spanish torpedo boat, Audaz, after a long detention at Queenstown, Ireland, 011 account of repairs, has left for Spain; . London, Wednesday. America has captured the Spanish steamer Panama, and also two Cuban coasting vessi-la. It has become plain that neither Amdrica norSpain is prepared for war at present, and really d...
My Friend the Major. "Liver": Gout. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
My Friend tlie Major. "Liver": Gout. IAfe to many people would be Intoler able If It were not for its ailments. My friend the Major, for Instance, would, I am sure, be positively unhappy .without his liver; I don' t mean litera/lly,; of course, but as &lt;a topic of conversation, and a source of inconvenience. It may be said- that he appears to; be; unhappy ..with it;, but .I am quite siire'i.tbaf- ;the' state of his health is his main Interest in life, and witihout it the world would be to him an aching void, which even whist would not suffice to fill. I came ■across him the other day at an Inoppor tune moment. • He was in a despondent and denunciatory mood. " I feel," he said, " a complete wreck." " Wrecks are commonly the "result of too much water.'.' I observed. , He noticed the impertinence of the ■remark, and after an Interval of strong language he asked : "What do you think X drink'?"'. I should have been disposed to put the interrogation another way, but for" the sak...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Official Correspondence. The following items of correspondence from official sourceB have been handed to us for publication by Mr. R. Cr, D. Fitz-Gcrnld M.P. Department of Publio Works, Sydney April 25th, 1898. Sir,—I nm directed to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 23rd instant, with enclosure from Muswell brook farmers, etc., re Bell's Lane, and to inform you that a further com munication will shortly be made to you, this being merely at. intimation that ypur letter has been received. I liavo the honor to be, etc., Eon. Hickson, Under Secretary and Commissioner for Roads. An immense sensation was created in the United States Senate by Sena tor Butler, who declared that the armour of most of tho American iron clads was dofoctivo, and would not resist the firo of heavy guns. Tho watorfalls of Switzerland are being rapidly utilised for tho driving of electric dynamos. Nearly every town is now supplied with power from this source. Spanish warships are approaching tho Atlan...
Horrors of War. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Horrors of War. A correspondent of the " Times" said that the road from Plevna to Tellche during' the Russo-Turkish . War was rendered melancholy by the perpetual,re currence of unburied bodies. We grew callous at last," he wrote ; ■' so callous that a dead body touched us no more than a milestone might have done. Murder with violence awakened a languid Interest. I do not know how I can more clearly or more terribly Indi cate the horrors of the journey than. bjr telling the simple truth about that one matter—that the sight of the body of any poor wretch done to death by famine, or beaten to death by cruel stripes,- or stabbed, or shot, or stoned/ awakened in the hearts and minds of half-a-dozen Englishmen no more than a momentary sensation of pity or of anger. We had' grown accustomed to these things, and emotion had grown tired, and would not be stirred by ^ny one of them." Many, of these dead bodies were the bodies of Bulgarians slain by the Turks ; but the latter also had suffere...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Friday. Judge Docker has been gazetted' 1o act temporarily as Judge at the Dis trict Courts and Quarter Sessions with in the northern districts. Mr. Oaulfield to day issued a writ against John Norton, claiming £2000 damages for an alleged libel in Truth last issue. It is also stated that the directors of the Hagey institution will next week issue a writ for £5000 for an alleged libel contaiued in the same article.
British and Foreign Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
British and Foreign Bible Society. The annual meeting of the lo;al auxili ary of the B. and F. Bible Society was he|d at the School of Arts on Wednes day night last iiv the presence of a large and representative audience. -'In the absence of the President (Mr.' R. T.' Keys) the Vui. Archdeacon While occupied the chair,_and there-were also on the platform : The Venerable Arch deacon I.angley, Rev. Pr. Laing, Rev. \V. Brown, Rev. A. H- Garnsey; and Mi\T. E. Ward. The singing'was pro-, vided by the united choirs, and their rendering of the different ;hymns: and an anthem was much .appreciated' by, the audience and added, not a little to the success of the meeting. Mr, H. D. Tracy presided at the organ and directed the singing. The meeting was opened by singing, •the reading of a portion of scripture by Dr. Laing, and prayer by.the Chairman. The Chairman.expressed his sincere regret at the absence of the President, from whoimhe read a communication, stating his inability to attend in co...
League of N. S. W. Wheelmen. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
League of N. S. W. Wheelmen. A si'ECiAL meeting of members of tho Muswellbrook branch of the League of Wheelmen was held on Tuesdny night last, Mr. P. W. Tewks bury in the chair. There were also present: Messrs. Lipscomb, Beeves, Gale, Priest, Dowell and Stubbs. A letter was read from ' the Hon. Secretary of the local Athletic Club, asking the League's co-operation in providing prizes for bicycle contests at the Club's sports on the 24th May next, and offering to provide tbree fourths of the prize mon9y. The Chairman said he had made arrange ments for a quad and four pacing men to give an exhibition free of cost to the Club, and he thought if well advertised, this would prove a good attraction for the public. It was re solved to accept the offer of the Ath letic Club and to donate £o of the funds to provide prizes as requested, and Messrs. Lipscomb, Tewksbury, Gale, Priest and Dowell were ap pointed as a sub-committee to arrange •the programme of bicycle contests. The mcuting then r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
For Children's Hacking Cough taIco Wood's Great Peppermint Curo la tid and 2s (id. In a recent •• mench oij l'roiniso onss the defendant obtained a verdict beeauso ho proved that tlio yirl had always a cold in hor " doso, " as slio expressed it. Thus were two flouls with hut a single pookot-handkorchiof, two hearts that boat at one, purted for over, just l'or wans of Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, which is a eorlain remedy for all colds, roughs, or catarrhs. Tie a knot about this somewhere !
Bengalla Cattle at Maitland Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Bengalla Cattle at Maitland Show. Wkitixo of the Hunter River P. A. and II. Society's Show this week, the Mnitland Mercury of Wednesday says :—" The fat stock sections for fat stock attracted numerous entries, but we cannot fairly say the competition was spirited, as the animals sent in by Mr. E. T. Keys, of Bengalla, Pre sident of the Upper Hunter Pastoral and Agricultural Association, wore in comparably superior to anything they wore regarded with. Mr. Keys is one of the most enthusiastic support ers of the valuable possibilities which may arise from the intelligent man agement in the way of stock expor tation to England, and as he writes and speaks after a close examination of the methods and waj's of American and English producers and market men, his example and advice should bo worthy of attontion, Mr. Koys's favorite beast, is the grade, as the Americans stylo it, which, in the case of the squire of Bengalla, is a cross with polled Angus and other large framed, smaller-boned a...
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) Kayuga. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
DISTRICT NEWS. (FllOSI OUlt COHHESFONDENTS.) Kayuga. The weather is still very dry, and we fear there will be a hard win ter. We will bo glad if rain comes soon, that we may be able to sow barley for green food for the cattle in spring ; but ploughing is at a stand still on account of the land being too hard and dry. A very pretty wedding was cele brated in the Wesloyan Church, by the Kev W. Brown, on Wednesday 27th inst., tho contracting par'.ies being Miss Florence Louisa Kormond and Mr. Andrew George Olayden. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. George Kormond, and was attended by two bridesmaids. She was neatly attired in a grey lustro trimmed with white silk, with hat to match. Aftor the ceremony was porformod, tho happy couple drove to the residonco of tho bride's paronts, whero tho wedding breakfast was prepared. Wo wish Mr. and Mrs. Olayden every success. Health fairly good. We are pleased to say that Mrs. John Casey has taken a change for tho better. 27th, April, 18...
Death of Mr. W. Bowman. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Death of Mr. W. Bowman. We mentioned in our last issue that Mr. W. Bowman, of Balmoral, waa so seriously ill that his life was despaired of, and now wo havo to rocord liia death, which occurred on Wednesday morning. Deceased, who waa 74 years of age, was born at Richmond, aud was the third son of the late George Bowman. He came to Mua wellbruok about -15 yeara ago, and haa resided in this district evor since, bo ing engaged in pastoral pursuits. In years gone by he took considerable in terest in public matters, but of lato, in consequonco of indifferent health, he had lived quietly at his beautiful home at Balmoral, We aro informed that he was one of the oldest magistrates of the district, and had the distinction of being first mayor of this munici pality. Ho took considerable interest in tho local School of Arts, aud for many yoars held the position of presi dent of that institution, which has been rendered vacant by hia death. He leavos a widow and one grown up son, three brothers...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Painless Dentistry. MR. W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dentist (lato with Dontal Hospital Co., Newcastle and Maitland), visits MUSWJELLBROOK, Monday, May. 30th, till Saturday,] Juno 4th, at Phillips's Hotel. ABERDEEN, Saturday, April 30 th, at Phillips's Hotel. Teeth oxtvaeted Painlessly, 2s Gel. Upper or lower sets of artificial teeth from a guinea per set. Teeth scaled and cleaned 5s. Chil dren's teetli regulated. Fillings from 2s Gd. 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 elsowhsre, but come and see W. BUCHANAN, Surgeon Dentist (registered).
Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Athletic Club. A committee meeting of the above was hold on Thursday night. There were present—Messrs, 0. E. Sawkins (in the chair), F. Budden, AV. Gentle mun, R Stevenson, J. E. M'Intyre, P. Healy, and the Hon. Secretary. Correspondence was read from the local branch of League of Wheelmen, in reply to a letter from the Club ask ing their co-operation in arranging bicycle contosts for a day's sports, stating that they were prepared to co operate with the Club and donate £5 as prize money. On the motion of Mr. M'Intyre, seconded by Mr. Bud den, a programme, the prize money for which totalled £28, was adopted for the 24th of May sports. Tho Secre tary was instructed to call for tenders for chipping the bicycle track, to en gage the local Banc1, and to attend to the sale of privileges. Messrs. Bud den, Bourke, Gentlemun, and M'In tyre were appointed as an advertising committee. The price of admission to the ground was fixed at—adults Is, children Gd.
Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
Dentistry. Dentristy.—J. Bealby-Smith,D.D. S., from London and America, of 482 and483George-street, Sydney, may be consulted Free at Mrs. Hicks' private house, Muswellbrook, monthly. Next visit Friday & Saturday, May 6 »nd 7 Painless extractions guaranteed. Flattering testimonials have been given by many of the Squat ters and Residents in the district, certifying to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my work Charges strictly moderate, At my Sydney rooms I have a staff of Four Dentists, where a great reduction is made on ordinary prices. Dentistry of the highest standing is performed by Mil. Pekoy B. Cohen (Honorary Dentist to the Maitland Hospital), who visits Muswellbrook the fourth Saturday in every month, and may be consulted at O'Leary'a Hotel from 9 to 6', remaining over Saturday and Sunday. All letters for appointments to be addressed to Mr. Percy B. Coiien, Dental Surgeon, Hart's Buildings,. High-street, West Miatland.
New Chemists. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
New Chemists. Ox reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that the old established firm of Blackall and Hunt (Newcastle and Tamworth) have pur chased the business of the late Mr, A. Angel, and will carry on as pharma ceutical chemists, surgical and me chanical dentists, in the premises pre viously occupied by Mr. Angel in Bridge-street, nearly opposite the post office.
France and England. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898
France and England. At the /beginning; of this century Prance had 27,000,000, and the / United Kingdom only 16,000,000 inhabitants. The discrepancy; between them has: been diminishing steadily, so . that, the last census, in 1891, gave France 38,343,000, and .the United Kingdom 37,797,000 in habitants—a, French majority .of only, '548,000.The .vital statistics of 1892 and 3 893 showed that in those years .the deaths in France outnumbered the births by more than 12,000, while in the United' Kingdom the births were: more numerous than the deaths by. about 817,000. Since then a change for the better has been observed in France, so that .the births now probably outnumber the deaths' by a small margin. '