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Maitland Markets. MARSHALL AND BLAXLAND's REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Maitland Markets. MARSHALL AND BLAXLAND's REPORT. Fat Cattle.--Supplies were smaller than   was expected. Buyers were in good attend- ance. bales very brisk, and prices realised showed a marked improvement on late rates. Our sales comprise—On account of A. Con- nelly, cows at £1 13s to £3 4s : N. Agents, bullocks at £3 2s 6d to £3 10s, cows at £2 9s. Fat Calves.—Very few forward, demand active and values much firmer. We sold : J. Deasy, heifers at 18s. Fat Sheep.—The supply was much lighter than usual, and, with a brisk demand, sales were readily effected at a decided advance on recent quotations. Best pens of shorn wethers made 8s 5d to 8s 6d, fair trade sorts 7s to 7s 9d, owes at 7s to 7s 10d, medium 5s to 6s 6d. We sold, on accouut of L. R. Doyle, ewes— tops at 7s 8d. seconds at 7s to 7s 2d, wethers —tops at 8s (6d, seconds at 7s 7d to 7s 8d. Fat Lambs.—Small supply penned, and values much flrmer. We sold for A. Hall, 20 lambs at 6s 1d. Fat and Store Pigs.—Owing to t...

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Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Sydney Wool Sales. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers Associa- tion report that the weekly series of sales was resumed at the Wool Exchange last Monday. There was a very large attendance of buyers extensive catalogues being submitted. The supply chiefly consisted of medium wools, good quality being scantily and faulty sorts largely represented. Demand proved to be very keen and the market exhibited a decided improvement in tone as compared with the closing sales of 1897. Even skirty wools if showing fair length, were competed for. Prices may be quoted very firm at late levels a tendency in favour of sellers being observ- able in lower qualities both of greasy and scoured. Among the lots exchanged the following may be mentioned :- Greasy, - Tamworth, V. New England, 33 bales ewes 9d, 16 bales at 8d R H E. BAN (Tasmania) 17 bales fleece at 9d, Gunble Molong, 9 first combing hog- gets at 8¼d; MA, Talmo Bookham, 33 bales AEW at 8¾d; RMR, Now England, 11 bales combing at 8¾d; BX, 30 first c...

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Sydney Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Sydney Produce Market. Wheat.— New South Wales, inferior new 3s 8d to 3s 10d, prime new 4s to 4s 2d. Chickwheat.—3s 0d to 3s 3d, screenings 2s 4d to 2s 7d. Flour.—N.S.W., old £11 10s, new £10 to £10 5s, ; prime brauds, £10 10s to £10 15s ; Manitoba, £12 5s to £12 10s. Barley.—Cape, 2s 8d to 2a 10d. Bran.—8d Pollard.—9d.   Chaff.—Local prime green, £4 10s to £4     17s 6d, medium from £3 10s ; imported prime, £4 7s 6d to £4 10s; medium from £3 15s. Oaten Hay.—Rack, old prime £5 10s   to £5 12s 6d, best now £1 to £4 10s, medium £2 15s ; imported from £3. Lucerne Hay.—Hunter River prime £2 to £2 2s 6d, medium from £1 12s 6d ; inland in trusses, £2 2s 6d. Straw—N.S.W bundled, £2 10s imported derrick-pressed £2 5s to £2 7s 6d. Oats.—Prime feed 2s 6d ; medium 2s 4d to 2s 5d. Maize.—Primo 3s 6d, second quality 3s 4d to 3s 5d ; New Zealand (to arrive) 3s 4d. Potatoes,—N.S.W. small £7. prime large from Northern Rivers , £2 10 to £9 10s, spe...

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The Public Health Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

The Public Health Act. THIS act, which came into force throughout the colony 0n the first day of the present year, is necessarily very stringent in its provisions, and it would be well for the public to understand their responsibilities in connection with it.       For instance, every legally qualified medical practitioner attending or called in to visit a patient, on becoming aware that the patient is suffering from an infectious disease to which the act ap- plies, must forthwith send a certificate in the form prescribed by the act to the local authority for the district with- in which the patient is ill, under a penalty for neglect not exceeding £5. The local authority within a munici- pality will be the Municipal Council ; in the country districts an authorised officer of police.       The diseases declared infectious under the Act are:- Scarletina or scarlet fever, diphtheria, and mem-   &...

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Missing Word Competitions. Extraordinary Revelations. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 15 January 1898

Missing Word Competitions.   Extraordinary Revelations. Pursuing their inquiries regarding     the business transactions of the cycle agent William Grady, arrested on Mon-           day on a charge of obtaining 20s from a country resident named Leggett,   with intent, to defraud, some extraor- dinary revelations resulted. The de-   tectives engaged in the case, Roche,   McLean, Brown, and Donovan, found       that Grady traded in the Central Ar- cade, near Liverpool street, under the style of the Austral American Com- pany." A guessing competition was     advertised extensively in the New. South. Wales provincial press, in Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, West Aus- tralia, and it is understood in New Zealand. Two towns in England, Ire-, land, Wales, and Scotlandwere se- le...

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

Brevities. The Governor has returned from his   trip to New Zealand. He expressed   himself delighted with all he saw.   The New Admiral made his official landing on Tuesday. Mr. Stacey Marls, the celcbrated English artist, is dead With her own hand the Princess of Wales daily feeds her horses, dogs, and fowls. An old iron bridge on the Great Northern Railway at Hatfield, Eng- land, over which run four lines of metals, was removed and replaced by a now iron girder bridge in about fifty minutes. German and Russian newspapers disclaim any desire by either Power   to iniure British interests in the Far East.     The weight of the house refuse and street sweepings removed yearly from London amounts to one and a half   million tons. Tenders are to be called immediately, for a long distance telephone from Sydney to Bathurst.It is estimated   that it will cost, from five to six thousand ...

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COMMERCIAL. Maitland Markets. MARSHALL AND BLAXLAND'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

: CpMMERCIfi.L^ : Maitland Markets.. • MAH8HALI, .AKD.-BLAXLAND's REPORT. V •:-Fat.Oattle.^-rEairly' large supply forward, competition brisk and. niar ket fairly equal-to -last day's. :.rate's.. We sold for J. McCarthy, cows at £2 9s Gd ; A; R. aud • F. Bowman, cows •at £2 15s 6d to £3 15s Gd, bullocks at ■£4 .9s to £5 Is, steers, £3 15s.to £4 ; N. Agents, steers at£2 4s to £8 10a; F. Connolly, cows, at £1 1.6a to. £2 16s, heifers £1 10s to £2; J. Hammond bullocks at £5 to £6i 3s, cqws at £2 12s to £2 17s, heifers at £1 18s 6d.. Fat Calves.—Fairly large, supply forward. Prime quality: are,; briskly competed forand' realise. satisfactory prices. We sold — For. N. Agent's heifers at £1 lis Gd, steors £2 ; M. Fonton, honors at £1 -Is Gd to £1 17a 7d. Fat Sheep.—Light ■ supply yarded. Competition extreme]}' brisk, anc} market in advance of last day's rates. Fat and Store Pigs.—Fairly lavgq supply penned, competition brisk, and prices slightly in advance of late rates. We sold : For vari...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

-PIANOFORTE TUM8&8S. Mft. ?K ZJETOMslS Eein'esenting W. H. PALING&C0., LTD SYDNEY, IS NOW IN THE DISTRICT, on his usual half-yearly round. Orders addressed to him at tho iooal Post Office will receive prompt attention. IF YOU ARE THINKING OF"'INVESTING IN R PIAHO Mr. THOMAS will bo ploascd to call upon you and give you full information as to prices and terras. ' . • - ' PALING & CO. have all tho BEST PIANOS, including tho famous LIPP PIANO, which is undoubtedly the best German Piano now in the market, and the choapest. Beautiful tone, perfect "construc tion , artistic finish—always satisfactory. - •. PALING- & CO. arc tho largest Importers by far, of pianos in Australia; and caii there fore buy much cheaper than any other firm. This is the reason why they can givo suoh extraordinary superior pianos at tho price , paid elsewhere for very Inforior Goods.. MR. THOMAS is the ONLY PERSON authorised by us to TUNE in this distriot.

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Fitz-Gerald Trophy Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

Fitz-GeraZd Trophy Match. A match was played at Muscle preek on Saturday last between {be Wyliong and ' Muscle Creek piubs, and resulted in an easy win for the home team, by an innings and 75 runs. The bowling of Wayd fpid ^Vilkinjjan proved tqq gooc} for the visitors. For the winners G. Wilkin son (67), E. Harrison (21) and R Ward (19) werq the iv)qst ^uccecsfu! riiji getters. Tj]0 brqU)ers Ot^lyin ani} iiickey shared the bowling honours the lQacia. arc the scores> Wybong.—ist Innings. J. Mickey, senr., b Wilkinson P. Flannagan, b Ward J. McDermott, b Wilkinson...../... J. McNulty, b. Wilkinson I). Galvin, c Clcndinniug, b Ward M. Hogan, b Ward T, Carnnty, b Wilkinson .......... G. Sweeney, b Ward J. Galvin, b Waid J, Hickey, b Wilkinson;;......;...;.:; I J". Hickey not out ........ Total Second Inniftgs. ,■ J. Hickey; c Ward, b Wilkinson..' , J. Hickey, senr.„ b Ward ?. .J.. McDermott,-c Luscombe, brjWil kinson P. McNulty,- b.Ward..;. D. Galvin, b Budden.... W,\ Hogan, b Ward;....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES CLEANED and REPAIRED (if required). MRS. W. II. ELLIOTT, Rear Mr. Luscombd's Buildings, Muswellbrook. Municipal District of Muswellbrook, ANNUAL" ELECTION. I HEREBY privo notice that a MEETING- I of the RATEPAYERS will bo held in 'the COUNCIL CHAMBERS. School of Arts, on TUESDAY, % 1st day of FEBRUARY, 1898', at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of NOMINATING and ELECTING THREE ALDERMEN in the room of Edward Bow man, Charles James Skinner, aud Sidney Lea, retiring by effluxion of time, and TWO AUDITORS, in the room of Thomas J. ■Hayrton and Robert E, Greig, also retiring. NOMINATIONS, in accordance \yvth sec tion 74 of-.the. Municipalities Act, of 1897,. must tj'e dqlivorod iq'tto (7) seven m bays' before the day of nomination. EDWARD BOWMAN.' ' Mayor and Returning' Officer. Council Chambers, Muswellhraqk, 14tl} Ji\uviuvy, 18.98, . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

ARGYLE SCHOOL. S.®€J-:iL©S3 SS^S?.., gS-STIOSarEa'SZ"., Conducted by Miss E. <U. Baxter. , LARGE, LOFTY, WELL-VENTILATED SCHOOLS, HEALTHY POSITION. The School is situated on one of the most elevalcrl and healthy positions around ' Sydney, within easy walking distance of the HoUnieal Gardens, Centennial I'nrk, The drainage and appointments of the pi eirisco are perfect, and every ati -mtion is paid to the health and wcllbcing of the Resident l'upih, who occupy the ! rhouse and have a separate playground, proper exeeiso being secured by in oar.:; ... iieal'hy games, calisthenics, and dully walks. The School is divided into a Senior and Junior Division and tl>o eourso ot instruction embraces all the brunches required for a High-Class Edu-'aLion, including-Latin, French, &c. The results obtained by the Pupils of the School [at Che University Examinations may be taken as a proof of the suecois of the pystem adopted. THE FAIRFAX SIONIOH 1'RIZE, in 1HS0, i^SS. V8S9. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

Notiee. j T BEG- to notify business poip'.o that 1 | X WILL. NOT l:o RUSl'ONSlBLli for | any DEB1V> contracted l>y ANY PERSON j WHOMSOEVER without my written i authority other than Sir. I. J. Alineh, my ! agent. I II. IIYRONIMUS, To-Let. ► AKEIIOUSK (Lur;fo Oven) with or. ► without otab'.o uml Shed. Apply T. MRS. D. HALO, Sydney• street. MuswollbrooU; • • To-Let. ' tOUSB iu Bridge Street. Rent Os. per week. Apply • i3. 0. BRKCHT, •• Muswellbruok. The UpDer Hunter A JL R'ffOW V Xf j AT MUSWELLBROOK. 2nd, 3rd, and £<fch March, '98. f AllGE AND ATTRACTIVE JU » : Schedule of Prizes. Schedules at this 03i ;c, or from J. G. tUSCOMBE, \ Sccrotary, MuswellbrooV. Announcement Extraordinary. EXPIRATION OF LEASE. Wateh this Space for our great Clearing-out Sale Charles Worms & Co., THE PRICE REDUCERS, . NEXT SOL. HARRIS, SYDNEY STREET, MUSWELLBROOK. For High-class Spectacles. FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, BRIDGE STREET, MUSWELL6ROOK, RIGHT OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. SIGHT ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

The"Gorman press displays iuuroascd ftipudlinoB^ toward Grpi^t Bi'Hitfn,

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The Forthcoming General Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

The; Forthcoming General Election. Al the forthcoming general clcction some matters for determination will be presented definitely as issues in a form which has never, so far as this colony is concerned, been adopted before. The main issue to be presented will re late to the reform of the Upper House, but the precise way iiv which the electors will be asked to give a verdict in regard thereto has not yet been de cided. It has not even been consid ered, excepting such consideration as the Premier could . bestow theyeupon, but Mr. Reid aays it is possible. that a plebiscite may be taken upon the matter. He vis very strongly of the conviction that the attitude of the Upper House in regard to legislation emanating from the Assembly is intol erable aiidcariiiot any . longer be suf fei'ecl. Thc-'ihnovation that' lias been definitely decided upon relates, Mr, Reid says, to the interminable fiscal : controversy.-: mallei' how 'erii* (jliatically ihcj electors may pronounce themselves in fav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

G. J. SPRA 77, AUCTIONEER AND . GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Bridge-street, Muswellbrook OFFICE.-? :—"Promises lately occupied by' Mr. J. C. Luscombo, Architect. Weekly Sales of Fat and Store Cuttle, Slioep, Pigs, &c., at Hill's. Junction Hotel Yards, EVERY THURSDAY. Account Sales "Rendered Promptly. Hifila C'Jass 5Deni3s4ry.— Mr. Tuna* li. Cohrn vi*ifK MiiKivcllbrook fowl)) Saturday in cncli mouth, ami may be consulted at O'Lenry'ff Hotel. TUNER AND" RT2PAIHER OF PIANOS AND ORGANS. ; Agentfor all the Best and well known makes of Pianos and Organs. Visits 'lifaswelltooofr and Dis'riolj Periodically. ' All communications to be addressed to Post Ofhco,: Muswellbrook, or West Muillund. Ordevsmiid appointments to any part of the district will receive prompt attention All kinds of Repairs executed.. Jfoderiito Charges and Best Work. G"CTT3L.E2e, 3 HtIntel? Street, l .ohbb=——SYDNEY. DAKICU'S STANDARD SHEFFIELD 11A550RS, Biits Ronn.l or Sqnnro Point— £ in wide 5/- each, Block ISnzors ...

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The Third Test Match. England v. Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

Tha Third Test Match. England v. Australia. Tlio thiul lost mnicli, which is now boiisi'' played at Adelaide, uuil which on Friday last boguu so mispioiously for tho Analrnliuus, was. rcsuuiod on Saturday.Gregory tool; strike from Richardson, nnd scored a single; Darling thou stopped tho next; throe, but on getting tho fifth ball lu snickod iu 'into Storur's hands at slip, who leapt into tho aiv'i'or joy sit tho nppoal boiug given by the unipiro in his favor. Iredalo. followed; and soon ho and Gregory undo things lively, especially ofiE Richardson. Thoy playod iu good slylo-until !Iio score * wns 374, whoa .;Qrogoiy was givou out for n catch by Storer of! Hirst. . The batsman. wna ■mostidisgustod,; at. boing' given out. Tho decision? which brought Gorgory's rinnings to a cloao gave anything but; ,satisfaction. ' Ho snid ho did not touch the' ball. » Jiodaif, 'at tho opposite ,\viclcGt,:suid that. iu;hi? judgment tho bull- ov o r \v h i ch: l? h i 11 i p 3 m a d o Buch a serious, bin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

raiGKra-OXjA-SSi TOWELS GIVEN AWAY TO PURCHASERS OF EXCURSION WASHER. A largo Honcj-oomb ".Towel, given with throe packets; a Turkish llollor Ti.wd, or a Large Hand or Bath Turkish.Towel,-, given with twelve packets. ' Excursion Washer is t-he Best Washing Powder in the World. : A. F. SUEHEHXAND & CO, , G. E. MOREY, "GENERAL CARRIER, FORWARDING AND' COMMISSION AGENT, AGENT FOR WRIGHT, IIEATON AND 00., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. 'Vs&jo.ss Mleet iiass. Coij^sya 5KQ3 Protfsdsd for !?kok ^arti^S, FOLEY STREET ('near Station), MUSWELLBROOK. ;0unnedali Saw Mills. THE Undersigned begs to notify to the public, of i\l USWELL13R00K and the District that he has purchased the above Saw Mill Plant from Messrs. White Bros., situated in Abbott-street, and is now prepared to execute all orders for jRoxigli mid I)ressed Timber. :i > Having purchased one^ of the BEST PLANING and MOULDING MACHINES to be piocuiedin the maiket, and also secuied the seivices of Mr. T...

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A Gruesome Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

A Gruesome Discovery.-i O.v Friday last a well-known 'and higbty.-respected resident of this town observed a suspicious looking-'bag floating-down the Hunter River within the town boundaries., He at once com municated with 'Sergeant Forrest; to; apprise him of the fact. , The Sergeant lost no time in "getting to: the river'in the vicinity pf Millgrove Butter Kac fcjry,■ where lie-expected to- intercept .the- bag and its contents. Qn arrival at. the river the Sergeant saw a bag, whlch--he; described: as. being: highly; suspicious looking* and: evidently c.o,nj, twining something. • JRecent rains in,the . i-l'i|nter<Yalley.. l^ad .caused.'.a fresh' jin •,the river,; and'the current being strong, the Sergeant was in a dilemma 'as jtb'" how to secure the object of his quest; which had- become fast on ,a stump in' mid. stream. . Riding' his horse out to it pppoared out of the question, conseqently lie came to the conclusion "thn-t ho' would'have to,'take a header and run the. ...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

The Weather. •, , After a rather sultry day on Saturday last,; thunderstorms came up towards evening and a little rain fell in town ; butin; the neighbourhood of Muscle Creek the storm broke with; terrific vio lence, thejain ;falling4n vtorrents, sub merging,rthejlow; lying lands and caus ing a considerable rise in the -creek. ■During the night rain fell, attimes very heavily, and continued :till about 9 a m. on Sunday,"-'w'Hen it cleared off. This, rainfall was,general throughout the dis trict,' and most of thcisejitlers are now rejojcing in the prospect of a splendid season and abundance of feed foi their, stock. 1898- has started very, well indeed. ■The rai n fall at M urrurundi;; was - 1 phen omenal and it ir)ust have, been /ivory •heavy alsoover theranges.which . form the sources of, the Isis and Hunter Rivcrsj-:Moohan;and Stewarts 1 Brooks, and the. numerous streams which are tributaries qf the Hunter"IJiyer. As a consequencej there was a great rush of water into 'the, latter ...

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Kayuga Creamery Company, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 19 January 1898

Kayuga Creamery Company, Limited. The annual meeting of shareholders of the Kayuga Creamery Company, Lim ited,- was held at the Company's office, Kayuga, on Saturday afternoon last, and was very poorly attended. At the advertised ■...time for opening, 3 p.m., there were only four, shareholders present, and.itiwas.net until!; 4 o!clock that the meeting• ,\vas - opened.'-v.-i-'Mr;': Abberton,.was;voted,-to;\theAchair and briefly statedcthe object'ofrthe meeting; The Secretary (Mr.. G: Devine),n-ead the minutes - of? last' annual •. ' meeting, which were confirmed. Mr. ,W. McNeill;.; for the Secretary, read the van nual ■ report /and balance sheets as follows :— " " Jteport of the Kayuyu Co operative Creamery Company, Ltd., for 1897. "Ladies and " Gentlemen.-^In ac cordance witlvthe usual''custoni 'your Directors .respectfully.beg to submit.for your.consideration: a,:report of the; busi ness .transacted during 1S97. . "You are no,'doubt:aware that-.the plant, wilh fhe machinery, svas r...

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