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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

C. J. SPRA 77, -AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Bridge-street, Muswellbrook OFFICES Promises latoly occupied by Mr. J. C. Luacombo, Architect. Weekly Sules of I'ut and Storo Cattle, Sheep, I'igs, &c., lit Hill's. Junction Hotel Yards, EVERY THURSDAY. Account Silica Rendered Promptly. TTIgli C lass IJeiitistry.—Mr.rjiitcv I I [!. Cokkn visits Muswullfcroolc fourth Saturday in each mouth, and may bo consulted at O'Loary's Hotel. B, PAt TUNER AND ItliPAIRlSR OF I'l/VNOS AND ORGANS. Agcntfor all the Best and well known makes of Pianos and Organs. Visits Muswellbroolr and District Periodically. All communications to bo addressed to Post Office, Muswellhrool;, or West Maitland. ■ Orders and appointments to any part of tlie district will receive prompt attention All kinds of Repairs oxeoutod. Moderate Charges and Best AVork. W. JNO. BAKER, Cutler, 3 lIUNTUIt StIIKET, SYDNEY. ROCKDALE COLLEGE. A HIGH CLASS SCHOOL FOR BOYS, Rev. C. T. Fokbcutt, B.A. Pjiincipa.Ii, Assisted by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Have opened : a CtCLE REPAIRING . - DEPOl^wlieTe^^ of • ■ repairs to cycles can be exe-'. ■ en ted on tlie,s!iortef5t notice and at Sydney prices. We have on hand all - necessary appliances and materials for carrying out work in a substantia! and satisfactory manner. TWELVE , PENNIES, Post Free, TOAH-y PART OF AUSTRALIA, A Hook, of Inv.'ilnililtf AGTIIOULTURAT)HINTS, 66 mijl? written inpopular hiisiuago by .1 practical .mui,£B/---j H H <•! >i but woMh pounds sterling to anyone upon llio land." NEW - CHUM - FARMER," Rtt- T F\ t-J r\ rvm r\ nr>r\x" AUTHOR' ol '■ An Australian Bush Track,' by ••j... • -i)-. ,-n.ennessey. »Tho.DiS-.]ioi.onmuo," xt*. . . Grown Octavo, 130 pages, i'am-y Boards.. .ONE SLIILLINCk FARMING niNTS. . DAIRY HINTS. . ORCHARD HINTS ALL COLONIAL BOOK SELLERS. Or POST EREE to any part of Australia for TWELVE PENNY STAMPS. ' • HENNESSEY, HARPER & Co., Ltd., 5 Moore-st, Sydney W,U. PALI-NIj &c..CO, LT^lITJSDr ' Sydney, Newcastle, Brisb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Madame Bilton's Famous Female Remedy for all ir regularities and obstructions, from whatever- causc arising (and no matter of how long standing), nets almost imme diately, docs not interfere with household duties, and will not injure the most delicate. Over twenty thousand eases success fully treated. Particulars and proofs sent free on receipt of stamped addressed envelope. All letters are held as strictly private and confidential.—Mrs. Bilton, 13 Bond-st., Sydney..— This is not an ORDINARY, COMMON, COARSE Salmon as frequent!.)" packed in tail tins (composed of small fish and pieces), but a veritable— A large fish of fine quality being selec= ted, from which a slice is cut and carefully packed in the tin .... ALL LEADING RETAILERS STOCK IT. Wholesale (Sydney) from— JOHN CONNELL & Co., TILLOCK & Co., J. BARDSLEY & CO., J. R. LOVE & Co., JOHN BARLOW & Co., DAVID COHEN & Co., ARTHUR RICKARD, ROBT. MILLER. Save your Wrappers for Gold and ...

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THE WAY OF THE WORLD. AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. By GROSVENOR BUNSTER. SYNOPSIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

THE WAY OP THE WORLD. AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. By GROSVENOR BUNSTER. SYNOPSIS. The story introduces us to tho heroine (Alice Harrington), who lias obtained a remunerative situation as governess, through the aid of thu Kev. Mr. Honors, in honor of which her friend. Ethel Lafleur, determines (•11 giving the household a picnic to Brighton beach. They are accompanied by Willie (Alice's brother) and an eil'ervescent French man, named Mons. liiron, and his wife. While there they meet a Mr. Gordon, a resident, to whose cottage they adjourn, to whom, however, Ethel Lalleur expresses a great aversion. Alice. Harrington is introduced to her charge as governess, and Mr George Gordon tries to discover her whereabouts. ThiH is achieved through seeing her in a theatre in which Miss Lafleur makes her Uchul as an actress. The latter warns Alice acainst Mr. Gordon The latter, however, makes love to Miss Harrington, who consents to become his wife. Shortly before the marriage the girl discovers that the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

5^-^iGtIiC-OXji^SLJSS , V GIVEN AWAY TO PURCHASERS OF EXCURSION WASHER. A large Honeycomb Towel given with three packets;, a Turkish. Roller Towel, on a Large Hand or Bath Turkish Towel, given • with twelve .packets. Excursion-Washer is the Best Washing Powder in the World. A. ' F. SUTHERLAND & CO. G. E. MOREY, GENERAL - CARRIER, FORWARDING- AND COMMISSION AGENT, AGENT FOR WRIGHT, HE AXON AND CO., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. V<aiis Meet all E3?r'«£^ii3LS». Cojjt/eya ik^5 Pro^id^d for Picok ParfciQ&, FOLEY STREET ('near Station), MUSWELLBROOK. Gunnedah Saw Mills. THE Undersigned begs-to notify to the public of MUSWELLBROOK and the District that he has purchased the above Saw Mill Plant from Messrs. White Bros., situated in Abbott;strect,and is now 'prepared to execute all orders for . . Rough ancl Dress'ed Timber. Having purchased one, of t|ie BEST PLANING and ^MOULDING MACHINES to be procured in the market, apd also secured.the services o...

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Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Pith and Point. Each one sees what he carries in hla heart. Deliver me, O Lord, from that evil man, myself. Waistcoats made of paper are pro mised for summer wear. A wise man should have money In hia head, not; iji his heart. He deserves small trust who la not privy counsellor to himself. Some mortals talk so much that no body hears what they say. A sponge bath with alcohol is ex cellent for delicate women. The peasant women of Japan do not wear any form of head-dress. Italy exported four hundred and eighty million dozens of eggs last year. Names, says an old maxim, are things. They certainly are influences. We love the body for the soul's sake, but never the soul, for the sake of the body. • . ' . Next to a beau there is nothing a girl is prouder of than bossing a St. Bernard dog. ' ■: When you need a friend, don't pick out the man whose dog never wants to follow him. ; You can always please a good man by telling him he has a. devilish twinkle in his eye: ' Where all'are selfish, t...

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Dodges sit Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Dodges sit Elections. The extraordinary pains taken by re presentatives of news agencies to out wit their rivals anil be Hist in the Held are well worthy ol' note. At by-elec tions (says Mr. W. G. Fitzgerald in the " Strand Magazine") attempts are made to introduce a confederate into the counting-room, who shall announce, by secret signals from the window, the name of the successful candidate. This move was once found out at WiJsall, so the window was carefully guarded. Not to be beaten, one enterprising journalist ascended the stairs, hammered at the dcor, and roared " Fire !" In the panic that followed lie received from his fellow worker inside, not only the result of the election, but a bundle of two hundred other telegrams wherewith to block the wire against all comers after the de spatch of the message. In fact, it has often happened that the result of an election has been wired to London, and sent as an item of news back to the con stituency whence it came just as the Mayor wa...

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Protection from Lightning. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Protection from Lightning. . "Women who ave afraid in a thunder storm—and almost every woman is— .should knoW[ that, indoors, almost ab solute immunity from possible harm from lightning may be secured by re clining in a hammock suspended by silk .cords in the . middle of the room. If there is; no hammock handy, you may sit on one chair in the middle of the room with'your feet on another. But the legs of both chairs should repose on a feather bed; or mattress. One of the safest .places;in the world is inside the carriage ■of 'a railway train, where protection is afforded by the metals and by the tele graph wires.

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Pretty Penwipers. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Pretty Penwipers. v The daintiest of penwipers are made of Suede- kid, and are decorated with arti ficial flowers. Tlie upper parts of old evening gloves will make admirable.pen AVipers,:and these are always to be had. " Cut arid pink several rounds of Suede of the same'size, and then lay them one .above the other, and stitch them together firmly through the middle. Having done • this, finish the penwiper by fastening to it a few Russian or Parma violets and leaves,-with a bow of narrow ribbon. An odour of violets should pervade the flowers, and this is easily managed by •scenting the kid beneath them. Pelt may : be used instead of kid, and other flowers, rather than violets, according to the taste of the worker, and the resour ces of the scrap drawer whence these little articles are generally evolved.

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A Smart Stamp Collector. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

A Smart Stamp Collector. : Stamp collectors have quite a folk lore. of their own, but a London corre spondent doubts whether the following true story of the 'cuteness of one of the lcing-s: ol' philately Is known to most of them, says the "Birmingham Daily ■Post.", It goes back to the time when there was not such a boom Jn stamps as there is nowadays, and sho-ws the advan tage of being first in any field. Just before the Zulu war there was in Mauri tius a gentleman who had preserved from his school; days the taste for collecting stamps. He was a friend of the local postmaster, as was perhaps only natural. Learning from him one day that there was to be a clearance of the old stock, ha got; permission to collar the unused " block" of stamps and other valuables of the kind which were about to be thrown away as waste. This suggested to him that there might be similar spoils at other of our small colonial offices. He " moved round," acquiring them without difficulty. When one learns that...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, 16th Jan. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Church Services. Suxiuy. 10th Jtin. Church of England : S. Albiiu'tf, E.G., 7 30; Sf. 10.30 a.m. : E., 7.30 p.m. St. Andrew's, Ifiiyugn, 10.31) a.m., (II.C.) S, Mark's, Xb'orrlfc/Jii, Ohikli'ois'.'j Spvvioo, 3 p.m.; E., 7.30, Wcsleyan : Tlio ilcv. W. BroWn will' con duct iwrvicca in Muss well brook Church at U u,u> uuil 7.30 j).ui,

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Microbes and Margarine. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Microbes and Margarine. It will be a source of satisfaction to users of that much-derided product, margarine, to learn on scientific author ity that it is mucli freer from microbes than ordinary butter, unless the latter is made of Pasteurised cream. Two well known analysts—Messrs. Jolles and Win kler—have made an elaborate and ex haustive investigation on the bacterial contents of margarine and butler, and they lind that, whereas the latter con tains on an average from 10 to 20 mil lions of microbes ]>er grm., margarine yields only from 4 to C millions. Whilst in extreme cases as many as 17 millions of microbes have been found per grm. in butter, in no instance were more than 11 millions found in margarine. Cold ap pears to act more prejudicially on bac teria In margarine than It does on butter organisms, for whilst in one instance a reduction from GVi millions to 230,200 per grin, was observed in margarine, a similar exposure never succeeded in eliminating more than one-thi...

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Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Dentistry. ' Dentistu\\o£ the highest .standing is performed by Mit. Percy B. Coiien (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.Suo4ay- All letters for appointments to'be addressed to Mr. Percy B. Cohen, Dental Surgeon, Hart's Buildings, High-street, West Miatlarid. • .. Dentristy.—J. Bealby-SmithjD.D. S., from London and America, of 482 and 4 83,George-street, Sydney, may be cpngiilted Pr|!e at Mrs. Hicks' private house, Huswolibrook, monthly.' Next visit, from 8 p.m on Friday, Jan. 28, to 3 p.m. on Saturday, 29. Painless extractions guaranteed. Flattering tes timonials have been given by many of the Squatters and Eesidents in the district, certifying to the skilled and satisfactory nature of my ^york. Charges strictly moderate, At my Sydney rooms I have a staff of Four Dentists, where a gwt reduction is made on ordinary prices. Mr. A. ...

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COAL CREEK C.C. V. KAYUGA C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

OoAij GituKic C.O. v. Kayuga 0.0. A match was playod horo last Satur- I day, between Mie above clubs, and re sulted in an oaay win for Ivayuga. Appavontly tho bowling and fielding of tho homo team, combined, of Bourse, I with tho bad luck—a losing sido al wayu lias bad luck—wrm too much for f.ho visitors, niul after a game, con tested witb, porliopH, uioro than usual good fooling, Knyuga team won by on innings and ol runs. Appended aro tho Kcores:— C.'oAIj CltlSUK—1st lulling?. iV. Thornton, b A. Cox 3 .1. Lonerynn, run out...........;...., 3 1). L'i .u'.sc, c Casey, b II. Duvitie.; . . . . . . 4 -S. Thornton, not out. ................. 0 W. Pnrlriiljti'. I) 15. Doviuo ..... . .Tr... 0 Fibbing, b IS. Dovino.........0 II. Allen, b II. Dovino . 0 •K. 0<ix, b 11. Dovino ............ 2 .1T. FibbiiiB, b 0, Dovino.......... ....... 5 >(ii. J[inv, b E. Dovino 1 <Gr. Cminon, b A. Cox 2 Sundries 3 Xotlll iiniiMiniiiMin.l ,i,t 31 Sccond IiniitigH, \V. Partridge, h E D...

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COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

. ' - COMMERCIAL. t Local Markets. : 0.. J.■:SrJurr reports having sold at tho ITaniiers' Union, lis follows : ]3nttor 8il to 10.Jtl. . • • (id to 6 Jd. , Honey 2:[d. Fowls (young) 2s pair. Pumpkins 3s doz. .■■■■. "Vcgotublo marrows Is doz. Cucumbers Id to 3d doxon. Potatoes 2s. to 2u Gd a ql. Hay 3s Id cwt. Ciiiokwhcat 3s bushel. • Grapes Id to;2d per lb. < Nectarines; Is. 1 Id to 4s quarter case. . Peaches Is lid to 3s Cd qr case. . ApploH'(B) -Is half case. .'Pours Is 3d quarter case. .-'Apples (oat) 2s 3d quarter case : Toinatoos-ls 8d box. Loinous 3s 4d quartor case.

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Woman's Best Friend. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Woman's Best Friend. ; • " A; . prominent ■ physician declares" •(says" Forget Me Not") "that hot: water Is-woman's best/frlendi It will cure dyspepsia, if-taken before breakfast, and will ,ward off chills when she comes in from the cold. It will relieve a nervous headache, and give instant relief to tired and inflamed eyes. It is most efficacious for sprains and- bruises, and will fre quently.vstop the flow of blood from a wound. It is a sovereign ' remedy for sleeplessness," and In conclusion the doc tor asserts, " wrinkles flee l'rom it, and DiacKneads vanish before its constant use.";

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Scents. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Scents.. Scents are not without effect on the •constitution- and good looks, especially, it:is said, those made from lavender, lemon, roses, violets, and benzoin. This is the . season'Of roses, 'so every; woman ■who likes her clothes and her linen to smell sweetly,, should gat her pink, cab bage, and other roses on a dry day, and compound a pot-.pourrl. To six ounces "of dried *.r<5se leaves they should add r.ne of powdered, bermagot peel and half an ounce of cloves and cinnamon, an ounce of orange flowers, and the same of dried acacia-flowers. ''Mix very carefully and preserve, in jars.

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The Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

The Home. Keep all preserves, jellies, and tinned fruits in a cold, dark, and dry place. Stains which are hard to remove from enamelled saucepans will generally yield to salt, applied dry with a piece o£ flannel. To clean brass and keep it bright and free from spots, rub it with a.little vase line applied with a piece of old rag or llannel. Maries caused by striking matches on a polished surface may be removed by rubbing them with a piece of lemon, and then wiping them with a damp rag. Zinc vessels are easily kept in good condition by polishing with a rag dipped in kerosene after tile vessels have been washed with soap and water in the ordi nary way. To prevent the stings and bites of in sects at the seaside or when in the coun try, the best remedy is to dab the skin of the exposed parts with a teaspoonful of essence of pennyroyal in one ounce of eau de Cologne. If, in spite of this, the little pests should be troublesome, paint the parts stung at once with a paste of starch powder ...

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A Perfectly Formed Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

A Perfectly Formed Woman. A perfectly formed' woman, says; " Hearth• anil. Home." will; stand 'at-the tivorn pro height", of - Tuft-: Sin. to - 5ft:1 71n.,' and will weiffli-frorn-'1.2riir).-to'3-401T). A nlnmbline dropped* from a: point marked: hy.thc tip ofilior-noso will ifall nt a point lin. in front of. - her -frrpal -toe. Her shoulders and lier hips will strike a str?iislit .llnei drawn nji and rtown. i Her* wajs'tiwill taper pradnally to a size on a liiie>:<li:awii from the outer third of . the oollar-bone • to the hips.- Her/bust : ,'_will measure from 2Sin.: to SOin.-; > her- 'hips; will measure from Giu. to'lOin. more than this ; and. her,-waist will .require a belt from 22in. to 28in.

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Time's Whirligig. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Time s Whirligig. Mrs. Nowcra : " Henry !" • "I Her Husband : "Yes", my. dear."'' . Mrs. Newera : " Here's another bill of $l.r«0 for .neckties.- TUnt!s- the third in six months. "And' last- wcferc;! settled a bill of $1.75 -Cor your straw hat. Do,you think I'm made of money Chicago Tribune."

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