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THE CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. CHAPTER XXXIX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

THE CHEVALIER de MAISON ROUGE. chapter xxxix.—Continued. dishonoring myself for you." Genevieve appronelied her tips to Mau rice's, Mul remained hanging on the neck of her lover. * " Yes,'you are right," said Genevieve; " it is I . who deceived myself. What I feci is not remorse, perhaps it is a degradation to my love ; but you will comprehend, at leiust, I love you far, too niueto to feel any other emotion than the all-engrot-sing one, the fear of losing you. Let us go far away, Maurice; let us go fni- away, where 110 one can reach lis." " Oh, thanks 1" said Maurice, trans-' ported with joy. " But how ca.n wo flee 7" said Gene-t vieve, trembling at the thought. " It is not so ensy'to escape nowadays frotiu the poniard of the n»s»wina of the 2nd of September, or the lintehet of the hangman of the 21st of January." "Genevieve," said MaufVe, "God will protect us. Listen to me. A good, actiou' which I endeavored to perform", apropos to this 2nd of September, which you hnve just named, ...

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Federal Convention Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Federal Convention Bill. "We are requested to state than any elector in this district who has not yet received a copy of the Federal Convention Bill may get one by ap plying to.-Mr. C. C. Paul (the local post and telegraph mastor). Evory one should carefully study the l{ill so that they may be enabled to record an intelligent vote, for or against it, on the 3rd June next.

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—THE—Muswellbrook Chronicle O, sacred weapon, left for truth's defence, [?]ole dread of folly, vice and insolence, Reverent we touch thee! but with honest zeal To rouse the henchman of the public weal SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Held Over. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

—THE— fyfuswe-ttbwofy (?hz>omel6 O, sucred weapon, left for truth's defence, hole dread of folly, vice and insolence, Reverent we touch thee! but with honest zeal To rouse the henchman of the public weal SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, Held Over. Owing to pressure on our space we are reluctantly compelled to hold over leading article, late advertisements, and other matter already in typo.

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THE WAR. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

WAR. .London, Tuesday. It is reported that a cable has been received from the commander of the American squadron at the Phillipine Islands to the effect that Manila has surrendered, and that the unfortified portions of Manila are in flames as a result of the use of petroleum bombs. The Governor of the Phillipines re ports, however, that he will be able to repel any attempt on the part of the Americans to land troops in Manila. The Spanish steamer Arguanta, iooo tons, has been captured by an Ameri can warship. A Spanish General and 24 Spanish officers were on board. Additional details of the late battle, state that two Spanish commanders were killed. The Spaniards estimate their loss at 400 killed. None of their ships surrendered. America is exultant and anticipates that Spain will soon yield. The House of Representatives in America has passed a motion thanking the Pacific Squadron for the glorious victory. - The expedition to leave America, now mobilising at a point at Tampa, Florid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

DISEASE DEFIED ! HEALTH INSURED ! CLEMENTS TONIC HOLDS THE RECORD. More lives saved by Clements Tonio than by nil other medicines combined. A GENUINE ARTICLE COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS GENUINE CLEMENTS TONIO IS SUCCESSFUL.

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Church Services. SUNDAY, 8th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Church Services. SUNDAY, 8th MAT. Church of England : S. Alban's, E.C , 7.30 a.m.: AI, 10.30 a.m. ; E., 7.30 p.m. ; S. Luke's, Spring Creek, II a.m. (H.C.). Holy Triuity, 3 p.m. Wesleyan: Muswellbrook, 11 a.m. ami 7.30 p.m.. Scouo, 11 a.m. ICnyuga, 3 p.m.

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Wedding at Merriwa. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Wedding at Merriwa. St. Anne's R. C. Church, Merriwa, was, on "Wednesday last, the Gth instant, tho scene of a very pretty wedding1, tho occasion being the union of Mr. R. Stevenson, of Muswollbrook, and Miss Margaret Blake, of Merriwa. The Rev. "W. E. O'Reilly conducted tho service, assisted by tbo Rev. P.J. Roche, of Mus wellbrook, who had made tho journey for the purpose. Tho church was profusely decor ated with seasonable flowers, and a large con gregation assembled. Tho brido was hand somely attired ill white surah silk, trimmed with white chiffon and sprays of orange blos som, a pretty whito hat trimmed with white ostrich plumes, chiffon, .and orange blossoms. Miss Mary Blako was bridesmaid, and wore white canvas cloth, trimmed with piuk rose silk and whito valeneieness lace, protty drawn hat of whito chiffon, trimmed with white ribbon and sprays of pink carnations. Tho brido carried a beautiful shower bouquet of white chrysanthemums and maidenhair forns, and tho bridesmaid's ...

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G. Company V. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

G. Company V. I. Mkmuuiw are notified that there will bo a parade on Thursday cveninir next, and an other on Saturday afternoon, when the G.O.C. wili bo present to inepcot the Com pany. It is iefjne.-ited that there will be a full attendance at bolli parades.

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Sporting. (ByPiiin.) Tamwortli Races have been postponed until June 14th aud 16th owing to insufficient en tries. / Mr.:S. Hordern is retiring from the turf and his racehorses "in training will bo offered for sale by auction on Monday 23rd inst. Nowhavon won the March Stakes one mile at Newmarket (England) receutly. The Australian carried lOst 31b including 14lbs penalty. At Forbes an individual who had boon disqualified for twolvo months succeeded in gaining admission to tho saddling paddock, and refused to leave when requested to do so. Ho was subsequently charged at tho Forbes Polios Court with being illegally in tho race course saddling paddock and fined £1 and costs. Mr. Mayo has disposed of tho Grand Flaneur mare Betsy Prig to Mr. J. R, Smith of Tuoka Tuclta for £50 and the first foal by Gozo. Ayrshiro lits boon purchased on behalf of an Indian Bportsmau. After winning tho Soiling Race at Cantor bury on Saturday Archor wus sold to Mr. II. Roberts for £45. Speculation ran secon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Wood's Groat Peppermint Curo for Coujjlis and Culds never fails, 13 Gd and 2w (id.

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READ THE EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

BEAD THE EVIDENCE. Mr. George McGfrath, Nelligan, N.S.W., writes on October 21st, 1890.—I write this in acknowledgement of Cloments Tonic as a euro for indigestion. I suffered from that complaint bo long that I felt firmly convinced I should never bo cured. I had tried all kinds of mediciuo and spent considerable sums of monoy without any good results. I was careful in my diet. Thirteen months ago I first triod Cloments Tonio, aftor read ing of a case similar to mino being curod by the above remedy, and I have much pleasure in statiug that aftor a fow wook's course of Cloments Tonic I could oat any food without having disagreeable pains, and I have been in good health over sinco. Hoping that other sufferers will trv Clements Tonio for Indigestion. -Yours respectfully, Goorpro iucGrath, Nolligan, N.S.W.

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Muswellbrook Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Muswellbrook Municipal Council; The ordinary meeting of the above was held in the Chambers on Wednes day night last. There were present— Aldermen Brecht (Mayor), Bud den, McNeill, Lang, Mclnlyre, Clarke,- and Luscombe. The minutes of the previous meeting, was read and confirmed, and .a com munication was read from Mr. A, | Gibson, asking to be allowed to alter the kerbing, and also to erect a covered way over the waterway, in (ront of his premises in Sydney Street. A report was read from the Sanitary Inspector as follows :— "\ Gentlemen,—I have the honor to report having received from Dr. Grigson on tho 1st day of May, 1891, two notices of typhoid— one case at Mr. A. Bowman's, in Hunter Terrace, and the other at Mr. John Curran's, Sydney Street. I visited tho promises and found that everything; had been done required . by tho Public. Health Act, in tho first ease, in regard to disinfectants, &o. Tho second premises I visited and on inspection found it necessary to give tho o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

aWOOTOECEEi. MRS. BOD KlfE BEGS to iufm-m llio residents of Muswell brook thiit slio'Iins taken tlio oomniodi ou« promise* iic.xt to U'Loary's Iioynl f.lote], aud hiiH fitted it", up -ih :i FisJi, Fruit and Oyster Saloon, and liopra by strict attmitio'i to Iju.siness to merit a fnir .ituire <>l' [Jtiblii! iMtronuifo. Fresh Fish every Wednes day and Friday. PRIVATE ROOM FOR LADIES CLEANLINESS A SPECIALITY. Note tlio Address— BB1DGE-STBEET, NEXT O'LLiABY'S HOTEL. € TTlsh <Tlass BSentl&try.—Mr.Perot AX B. Cohkn visits 'Muswellbroolr fourth •' Saturday in oaoli month, aud may be consulted at O'Leary's Hotel. C. J. SPRA 77, AUCTIONEER AND (H1N2EAL COMMISSION AGENT,.' Bridge-street, Mus.wellbrook Ol'TICES :—Premises lately occupied by Mr. J. G. Luscombo. Architect. Weekly-Sales of Fat and Storo Cattlo, Sheep, '••.'••••Pigs,.at* Hill's Junction Hotel Yards, EVERY THURSDAY. Acooui) t- Salest Rendorcd, Promptly. PIANO & ORGAN TUNER, REPAIRER, &amp...

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Cable News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Cable News. Russia is building1 six battleships and many torpedo boat destroyers. Seven battleships and sis cruisers are in course of completion. France has suspended the collection of the duties 011 cereals until July. An excellent conlfield has' been discovered in the couuty of Antrim, in the north of Ire land. It is estimated that 2,500,000 tons of coal arc available. News from Crete states that the insurgents at Canea, in tho island, fired upon a British steamer and prevented tho landing of provi sions for the Turkish garrison at Kissaino. A serious revolutionary outbreak has oo curred in Madrid. Rioting has taken place in the streets. The house of Senor Sagasta, the Premier, is surrounded by a violent mob, who are shouting " Down with the Government." Military officers in ordinary dress have joined tho Republicans and aro denouncing the monarchy. The Carlists are circulating pamphlets of a revolutionary character. The town of Valencia is in a state of siege. Rioting has taken p...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

The Weather. The anxiously looked for rain has come, and since Wednesday , steady, soaking, though rather cold, showers have been falling, the quantity regis tered locally being 193 points, and it is pleasing to know that the fall has been general over a large portion of the colony. The appended list shows the area and extent of the rainfall up to 9 o'clock yesterday morning:— Armidale, 25 points Aberdeen, 205 points Bendemeer, 113 points Boggabri, 181 points Belltrees, 182 points Bingara, 85 points Blackville, 26 points Bundella,- 20 [joints : Barraba, 92 points . - BurHarra, 48 points . ' '■■■■ Bathurst, 39 points Bourke, 24 points . ... Copiah, 105 points Clarence Heads, 6 points Cassilis, 186 points Denman, 170 points Eden, 52 points > Goodooga, 3 points Goulburn.'io joints Glen Innes, 35 points Gundy, 274 points Grafton, 1 point Gunnedah, 225 points lnverell, 26 points .r Jerry's Plains, 120 points Muswellbrook, 193 points . Moonan Brook, 136 points ; Murrurundi, 228 points ...

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Pleasure. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Pleasure. (By Lady Cook, nee Tennessee Claflin). ■ .The,pursuit of pleasure is. a . universn. instinct throughout all animated nalurel The love of pleasure is as much a natural -appetite;-.as ■: the love of food. We' may safely assume, therefore, that gratification,-.vAvhen '-.rationally dulged, serves some.useful, and impor tant purpose. All; enquiry not only confirms;this, but; shtfws that pleasure is a'.necessity,' morally, mentally; and physically. If this be- so,-.the ascetic ism which condemns all pleasure is as immoral as it is foolish. ' - Our desires seek a. great •■-■diversity of objects. Thesf may be. worthy ;or. unr worthy,1 and'our,: methods^of attaining; them right or wrong.. But itlie end pur posed is -plea'sure,; and ''frequently, its. mere pursuit brings about :a - modified, gratification. There is a wide distinc tion, -however, ^between pleasure and happiness, because pleasure may be virtuous or vicious," whereas happiness necessarily 'consists in ■ the- former. So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Dentistry. JDentkisty.—J. Bealby-Smith,D.D. S., from London and America, of 482 and483George-8treet, Sydney, maybe consulted Free at Mrs. Hicks' private house, Muswellbroolc, monthly. Next visit Friday & Saturday, May G and 7. Painloss extractions guaranteed. Flattering testimonials havo 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, whero 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 Muswellbroolc tho fourth Saturday in evovy month, and may bo consultod at O'Loary's Hotel from 9 to 6, remaining ovor Saturday and Sunday. All lotters for appointments to bo addrossed to Mr. Percy B. Cohen, Dental Surgeon, Hart's Buildings, High-stroet, West Miatland.

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Our Letter Box. [The Editor will at all limes be glad to receive communications upon subjects of local or general interest; but it must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of correspondents.] To the Editor of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Our Letter Box. [The. Editor will aL all limes :be vglad to receivc communicjitions upon subjects ol local or general interest; but it must tbe • distinctly: understood • that > wc do not identify ourselves with , thd- opinions of correspondents.] - To the Editor of-the Ghronich: ■y.-SiK,;—" One of;the Crowd"describ ing -the' manner in which.Mr. McGowen and myself' addressed, our Muswell brook audience says, "fEvcryone must, have felt that the speakers had no en thusiasm, 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 suspicion of others, and provincial livalry." : . "Enthusiasm," . " fire," " dash," " stimulating; feeling !" These are the intellectual narcotics with which Messrs.; Barton and Co. arc now drugging their audiences into the acceptance of the Convention Bill, and because Mr. McGowen and myself declined to tickle the vague emotions of our impulsive critic—because .w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Make a Note of It. Both the .buckjumping 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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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 7 May 1898

Cricket. Ouk Rouchel correspondent sends the following :—A cricket ■ match between the llouchel IS Team and Sandy Greek Nvas played on ' Saturday, last on the ground'-oP'the latteiv which -resulted in a.wiivforithe Sandy Greek team. Fol io wing are ■ i lie scores: :-r Sandy Gki:i:k—;ist Innings. VV. .IJuddpn,':b Gameroiu o d5. Lonsdale, b Gameion..: _S 'R. AVard,-c D u 1 ah u n ty, B Gameio 11 -12 D. Graham,; b Cameron 4' J. Carey, not out '2 T. Dulahunty, b Wake o; G.'Clcndmning, b Wal-e o M. Cniey, stumped, b Camei on... o E Dulahunty, b Cameron o J. Allans, stumped, b Wakc..-f G. .Wilkinson, -b Wake S SundiiesT '• 4 Total ^—'..r 39 2nd Innings. G Wilkinson, b Cameion .. .9 P. Lonsdale, b Kennedy *. 1 1). Grabam, b Cameron..- 31 R. Ward," b Kennedy - 7 J. Carey, b Kennedy ....! o T. Dulaluinty, b M. Keinledy • 6 iM. Caicy, b Wake • 3 G Clendinning, not-out 12 W. 'Budden, c Dulaluinty, b M. Kennedy 1 E, Dulahunty,''b AT. Kennedy...... 6 J. Atkins, stumped, b Cameron... 1 Sundnes . ...

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