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Address to Young Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Address to Young Men. The Rev. H. J . Rose isjannounced to deliver an address to young men in S, Alban's Schoolroom, on Tuesday evening next. No charge will be made for admission, and there will not be any collection. It is hoped that there will be a good attendance to hear the address.

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ball at Wybong. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Ball at Wvbon£. A ])all, in aid of the Wybong Cricket Club, is to be given at Mill ville on Friday, 13th of May next.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accident at Maitland Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Accident at Maitland Show. While Ernest Daniels was putting his father's horse Dunkeld over the hunter hurdles at Maitland Show on Thursday the animal Btruck heavily, with the result that his rider was throwu from the saddle—a fair somer sault—and when turning was struck by the horso following and rondered insensible, his face being also cut. Drs. Meredith and Eussell attended to the young fellow, and he was after wards carried away.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Tenders. Tenders are invited in another part of this paper for works required to be done and material supplied at tbe Kayuga Recreation Reserve.

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Lancaster Stew. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Lancaster Stow. Mix some flour, salt, and pepper on a plate in the same proportions as for beefsteak pudding. Gut lib., of stewing beef into nice pieces, and dip them first •into a little vinegar, and then into the flour, salt, and pepper. Slice an onion and fry It in loz. dripping, at the same time sprinkling in a little flour, and pour ing on a half-a-pint of cold wa ter. Season, stir until it boils, add the meat, and let air simmer gently for two hours and a half, and serve with Savoury Balls. These pleasant relishes are made In the following manner Mix lialf-a-tea spoonful of baking powder, a little salt; and pepper into %lb. of flour ; add half-' a-teaspoonful mixed marjoram' and thyme, .So:;, chopped suet, and one minced onion ; mix to a stiff paste with cold wa ter, form into balls, and steam about an hour. Pour the stew on to a dish, and place the savoury balls round.

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Savoury Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Savoury Padding. Savoury pudding is generally served with roast pork. Soak 8oz. bread in cold water or'milk until quite soft, drain away the water and beat the bread with a fork. Chop two onions very fine, beat an egg, and add it with the onions, 2oz. chopped sue't,,2oz. oatmeal, one teaspoon ful sage, and seasoning to the' bread, with as much milk as will make a stiff batter. Make 2oz. of dripping hot ill a tin, pour in the pudding, and bake one hour." ■

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Mince Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Mince Meat. Stone lib. raisins, clean 2%Ib. currants, chop l%lb. suet, grate- one nutmeg ; boil four sheep's hearts, for seven hours, and chop them ; peel ancl chop % stone, of apples, chop %lt). candied peel, and mix all these Ingredients well together, add ing some salt and lib; of moist sugar. 'Put: the mixture into dry jars ;until required for use. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.— /.Under - the distinguished patronago of His Majesty tho King of Italy, as per. communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affaire, through tlio Consul . General for Italy, at Melbourne,: March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at tho Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged bv Medical Clinics anil Univer sities nil over the Globe. : .There are imitations of Eucalypti .Extract in tho market, produced of simple distillation, funning orudo, resinous oils, Ufa order that'these crude oils may not bo mistaken for our puro Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by tl(E Medical Division of theTru.ssiau Government to bo of perfectly puro origin, as per information for warded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2,1878, wo stateIt is inoved by tests made by tho Medical Clinics of itho Universities of Bonn aud Griefswald- (Prussia); ; and reported to by Dr. 'Scliultis, Professor of Pharmuealpgy at Bonn, and Professior Dr. Mossier/Dirccta...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

•Epitome of News. John Astor, the American million aire, has volunteered for personal ser vice- against Spain, lie has presented his yacht and a battery . of: artillery to th'e United States. The following appeared'in a London •■paper.:—A man has left by a Liverpool steamer with a wheelbarrow for the IClondyke. ■.;He. has already pushed the wheelbarrow;' across Australia ! vr. New York harbour is. guarded by submarine mines, and patrol boats istop every vessel coming in. In introducing the Budget, the Ghaucellor of -the Exchequer seated that, omitting local taxation, the revenue for the coming year would : amouut to £108,615,000, and tho ex penditure to £106,829,000 Gradu-' ated abatements in the income tax on incomes between £400 and - £700 would;absorb £100,000, changes in the . the; deatli duties and the land, lax £285,000 ; a reduction, of 6d per lb on unmanufactured tobacco, and n f>ro; «portiouate reduction on other tobaccos, exceptcigars, w'ould absorb£1,120,000, leaving £...

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
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Manifesto of the Anti-Convention Bill League. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Manifesto of the Anti-Con vention Bill League. In the course of the next few weeks you will be called upon to say "Yes" or " No" to the question whether you approve of the terms upon wluclvit is proposed to Federate Australia. The occasion marks a grave crisis in the affairs of not only the people of New South Wales, but of all Australia. Great care and deep consideration should, therefore, precede the vote of every man. Seing in favoi of the union of the Australian colonies is not' in itself sufficient to justify a vote in favor of the present Bill. One may be earnestly in favor of the federation of Australia and still be emphatically :op-' posed to the conditions prescribed by the Convention Bill. That, indeed, is the position of those who here take the liberty of addressing you.: ~ 1IM, UNION DLSIKLL). ^That there is iirNew-South rWales .a widespread desire for the union .of''the •Australian colonies is outside -the region of doubt. The form of union desired we believe to be one ...

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Scone Markets. CORBET & SIMPSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Scorio Markets. • conimrr & sixi'sox s kei'Okt. At our sheep'saleon Wednesday we offered about 4000 mixed piieep, including about 500 fats, and cleared the whole of our yardings ttt satisfactory prices. The continued dry .wea ther hus cunsed a full in prices on those ruling a little timo back, and no improvement uuu be expected until wo get n good fall of rain. We sold as follows: —For Jas. Campbell, j Arden Hall, 15 xbred wethers at 103, 2 at 7s. 52 xbred ewes at 5/4, 39 lit 4/9, 98 at 2/5, 117 at 3/9 ; R. D. Campbell, 128 wethers and owes at 4/10, 423 wethers at 4/0£. 243 ewes at 4/3i, 2 sheep at 2/8 ; John Saunders, 55 ewes and wethers; John Miller, jun., 197 wethers at 6/4 : P. R, Eippor, 107 ewes at 2/6, 134 hoggets at 4/5, 124 wethers at 4/3. 88 ewes and wethers at 5/2^, 1 at 4/0Jt; Jas. Campbell, Naroo, 4 wethera .-radewesat 5/2A, 1 at 3/0, 55 xbred ewes at'5/6 ; Thomas Hos*g, 213 ewes and wethers at 2/5, 59 xbred ewes ut 4/5^, 13 at 1/8 ; Thomas Nettle, 280 xbred ewe...

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COMMERCIAL. Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market, [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

COMMERCIAL. - Muswellbi'ook Store Cattle Market, Very good prices wero obtained for store cuttle ul the sale.s lield at the local yiuds yes terday by Mr, Edward Iliggeiis and Pitt, gon, and B.iilgery, Limited.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

General News. America has formally declared svar against Spain, and throws the responsibility of its inception upon Spain. A disastrous fire has ocourred in tho busi ness centre of Glasgow. Many warehouses ■were destroyed, and in all CO firms liavo suf fered sovoro losses. Tho damage is estimated at £200,000. Tho Roman Catholic Cathedral liad a narrow escape of boin^ burned down. At the request of the priests many pooplo knelt down in tho streots and prayed that the progress of the fire might bo stopped. President Rruger and tho Dynamite Com nany have agreed upon a reduction of (he ririii"* dynamite by 10s a case. Threo 'iu8'ir,lD£ers stuck up tho mail train rnnnino- fvni Pretoria, Thansvaal, to Dolagoa Bay, at Schle. T.he robbeI'8 obtuinud £10° in For Bronchial Coughs ti. ^0 M ®iea Popperniint Cure, Is Gil and 2n~ , ,,, . " Assyrian," or " Syrian,' ^ M the right word ? This qut,. Dn caused a hot but brief discussio.? the other morning. But its an as ininc one ! There is a good doal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

ioo uraics-® 100 JUNCTION hotel YARDS. SMURDAy7aPRIL 30 At 2 p.tu, Edward iiiggens win .soil un aiovo dato JOO well-bjied STOItE PIGS, on n,o Northern Agents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Auction Sale. T GIBSON'S MUSWELLBROOK J\. WEEKLY SALE 1100 M, THURSDAY NEXT, at V> noon, A. GIBSON will sell Butter, Eggs. Poultry, Vojrotables, and Fruit. Also, a splendid lot of Furniture (new and faecond-hiitid), 2 dozen Pairs of Blankets, New Sulky, Harness, and a lot of good Storo Pigs.—Terms Ousli. Address to Young Men WILL bo given in S. ALBAN'S SCHOOLROOM, on TUESDAY, MAY 3rd, at 8 p.m. by the REV. H. J. ROSE, Roctor of StrathPield. Admission free. A SPECIAL A. H. GARNSEY. JVIUSWELLBROOK ATHLETIC CLUB. 24th May Sports. HI <0 Bl A. M M JB . Mile NON-MEMBERS' BICYCLE RACE 1st prize £1 Ills, 2nd 10s. Entrance, Is SCHOOLBOYS' RACE, under 11, 50 yards. 1st prize 10s, 2nd 2s (id. Entrance (id HIGH JUMP. 1st prize 15s, 2nd 5s. En trance Is H Mile OPEN BICYCLE HANDICAP. 1st prize £5,2nd £2, 3rd £1. Eutranco Is SACK It ACE, 50 yards. 1st prize 10s, 2nd 2s Gd. Entrance Is HOP. STEP, and JUMP. 1st prize lus, 2nd 5s. Entrnneo Is ■}. Milo BICYCLE HANDICAP (local Club only)....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

FOR LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUK STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c , Take :i couple of Scutcher's 1'ill's every second niyht; tlioy are a prompt aud suro euro aud give cerlniii relief. FLETCHER'S .PILLS are a quick, aure and r. liable remedy for all complaints arising from torpid liver, indigestion, woalt stomach, and impurities of the bluorl. They aro pie pared 011 rational and sensible linos and do not contain a particle of calomel, gamboge, or any drastic purgative, but operate by per fectly natural means, by stimulating the liver aud increasing tho flow of bile and thus producing easy evacuations and natural cat har.sos without tho annoyance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful substitutes on sale in many shops. Nono aro genuine unless they boar the signature of F. Moore Cloments on the outtile wrappor. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have become such household words that imitati .ns are frequently offered. Wo contend that this imitati...

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Sydney Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Sydney Produce Market. Wheat.—New South "Wales, inferior new 3s Gel to 3s lOd, prime -Is Id to 4s 2*d. Chickwheat.—2s 9d to 3s, , screening's 2s 2d to 2s Qd. Flour.—l'Mrm at £11. Barley.—Cape, 3s Id. . Bran.—lOd. follard-^-lOjd to lid. Chalf.—Local medium £3 10s; good, £3 108 choice, £4 to £4 JOs ; imported from £'i 15s ;gocdj .£3 15s ; choice from £4 to £4 78 Gd. :• . Oaten Hay.—Prime rack, £4 to £4 12s Gd ; medium from £3 15s ; olmfling, £3 to £3 12s ad. Lucerne. Nay.—Hunter River primo £2 17s to £3 5s ; medium from £1 12s Gd, in. land in trusses £2 2s Gd to £2 5s ; small bales from £3 to £!-! IHs. Straw—N.S.W bundled, to £2 os : dorrick, £2 to £2 10s ; imported derrick ,£2 to £2. 2s Gd. Oats.—Prime feed 2s Gd ; good, .2s 5d ; ■ medium 2s 4d ; Tartarian seed 2s 7d. Aluizo.—Good 2s Gel. Potatoes.—N.S.W. medium £1 17s Gd to £5, 17s Gd, imported Tasmauian-.Circu lars to £G ; New Zealand from £5 to £5 5s." Onions.^New.Zealand, from £7 10s to £7 17s Gd ; Victorian from £G 7s Gd to £G 1...

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A Boast from Dumas. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

A Boast from Dnmas. !; Alexandre Dumas, the elder, was apt j to' Ije boastful at times. Thus,; ne once | ' observed at an evening party, " I always keep a hundred' louis cVor at the disposal of .my, friends." The very next morning. a " good friend" called to borrow these hundred pieces bf gold ; but Dumas, who was not to be caught napping, answered with a smile,: " Ah, my dear fellow, you didn't quite take in my meaning. To be sure, I always keep a hundred louts at my disposal for my friends ; but if I ■ were to lend you the amount it would" no longer be at my disposal., yery sorry !" . ■

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THE DECLINE OF THE GREAT TOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

THE DECLINE OF THE GREA.T TOE. Occasionally some one who hna been exploring the recondite side-paths of evolution announces that the time must arrive when mankind will be hairlesB or toothless, or will lose somo other feature because advancing civilisation will make it superfluous. Clearly, the tail that primitive man is said to have had would be a humiliating impediment now. The vermiform ap pendix is a mere relic lagging needless and dangerous, and the wisdom teeth have an apologetic way of coming late, aa if half convinced that it would be well not to come at all. A writor in one of the magazines takes for his tlume tho downward evolution of the great toe and speaks regretfully of the loss of its grasp ing jiowor. This member of the human frame is Beldom a subject of thought. The person is best off, indeed, who is unconscious of its existence. But science looks with doubt upon the loss of its ancient ability to be a thumb to the reBt of the foot. One consolation ia admitted to re...

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Breaking It Gently. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 30 April 1898

Breaking It Gently. " Surc>, and your husband wiiz a mighty fotno rnon," salcl Dennis RafCerty as lie sauntered Into Mrs. Barlow's resi dence at Bitter Creek. " My husband is a fine man,"-replied Mrs. Barlow, -with a corrective accent on the verb. " I'll bet ye a dollar I'm roiglit," ' Rafferty persisted. " Tersee, Bad-eyed Pete got the drop on him a whoile ago, an* now yer a widdy. I wuz sent 'to break the news to yez, jist."

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