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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

• I Brevities. j ■ — I'he X rays are proving of great as sisience'on the • Indian frontier. Thii lays ha\e been the means of saving a valuable horse's life at the" Glasgow' Yetei inai y College. • >, f A Nouli German liner, ,the Kaisei Wilhelml has beaten all previous', ie cords, by ciossing the Atlantic in* fine days,: seven teen, hours •andKl\*CiHy.:mmV', utts Typhoid ;eontmiiesto:increase.im the Perth •Ho§pilali".-th<.'rc-iarc.overi*4o?;casc's': 111 the hospital. ' f ■ ■Prince.Oscar; of■ Swedeiv>.;:whd#re-.■ nounced his rightvofv.successionUo the; tin one inorder. to. -marry s.Miss-pvEbba Munck, has b.'cn.jippeaiing at Stock holm as a preacher.■•■•-■'■.The .Prince wand' Princess . contemplate -.devotings; their; lives to mission woik in Africa. " Rain: has - fallen.; throughout ^..New Zealand cMinguisliing the bush (iics Hundreds ,<)f families liave ^jeenVrlmied; by the laltei The City Council of London will pay 1,000 guineas (<>r a paint...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

C.J. S PR ATT, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL . COMMISSION AGENT, B'idge-street, Muswellbrook j^PFIOKS:—Premise's lately occupied .by Mr. J. C. Liiscombo, Architect. Weekly Sales of Fat mulStoro Cuttle,•Sheep, Pig*, &o , nt " " ' Hill's- Junction- Hotel Yards,v EVERY THURSDAY. Aixiount bales Rendered Promptly. <1 fcstss S3e«j4iMt8-j'.— Mr. Punoy i.. Coi.KN vim is Muswellbrook foullll Saturday hi otu.li moiitli, and may bo consulted at O'Loiiry's Hotel. B. PAi TUNER AND TlRPAIRER' OF PIANOo A KB ORGANS. Agent for ail'the Best and well known makes of Pianos .. and Organs. Visits Mnswellbr:olr and District V .Peric&ically. . . ::-r,Ail coiiimir.iicutions to be addressed to Post Oliice, Muswellbrook, or West Maithmd. ' Orders im/l appointments to .-my part i_f iho .district \viU:reeeiyc prompt attention Air kinds of Repairs executed. Moderate Charges and Best Work. bhb waiyi N^fX OUTLBB, 3 Huntep Street, SYDNEY. lJAKKH'S STANDARD '"HKIjTJKLD BAS50KS.. Sizes Hound or S...

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Supposed Meteorite. Extraordinary Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Supposed Meteorite. Extraordinary Experience, I The Melbourne Argus of Monday, sa)s:' l_he following communication, dated the 13th inbtanl, which we Jirive received fiom , Mi. Siu.111 ,1V'Ci 00111, gives amaccrumtiof. arrange iandiistart ling experience,which>,he /and, a~> com pinion hadn't Waiburlon " " Pel haps - the- account of amnios! si ngular.s,-occur;renceij\yhich;'4 happened' last night oijathei this, 'morning,. may 'ie of inteiest to )r)u.< j-I have lieen spending,the 1 Chwstmas .,hf>lid.i)s - at \Vaiburton v 'Last night (Wednesday) the bush (fius up lieie 'were veiy,.bad, and I accompanied ; my-ibrotlieiiiinila.w;: Mi. J T Robinson, a lesident ofu this place, to see'if two bojs were safe, some distance u]).;thei!¥ana.- AVe'found them all light, and woe pioceeding home throuuh the snioke 011 horseback, wliemsiiddenly-a terrible light appeared. It was quite blinding It looked as though the -whole heavemwas one ball of clectnc light Next thcie came deafeni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

F|pf GIVEN AWAY TO PURCHASERS OF EXCURSION WASHER; A large Honeycomb Towel given with three packets; a Turkish Koller Tuwol, or a Large Hand or-Bath Turkish ToweV given with twelve packets. Excursion Washer is the Best Wathing Powder in the World. A. F, SUTHERLAND & CQ. G. E. MOREY, GENERAL CARRIER, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION -AGENT, AGENT POIl WKIUJir, 1IEATON AND CO., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. • • !&&&&-£ &bkl b3?X,£*,±:OlJS. : 'CobVQya.occs-Provided for Picok Parties, &c. FOLEY STREET (near Station), MUSWELLBROOK. Grinned-ah. Saw Mills. nn!-IK Undersigned begs lo notify to the public of MUSWELLBROOK. and: JL , ill- District that lie has purchased the above Saw Mill Plant from Messrs. SVhitevBros:, sit'uatedi in Abbott-sticct, and is now prepared to execute all orders - Hough and Dressed Timber. Having .purchased one of the" BEST PI.ANING and, MOULDING MACHINES to be.procured in the market, and also secured...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

"Life Not Worth Living." '* THOROUGHLY EXHAUSTED." "Would Have Welcomed Death." Darkcst GioUd Has a SilVer Lining! 0 * 0 Cr « CHEERFUL WITNESS Boruo by a Well known journalist. Mr. Thos. Snowden, "Budget" Office, Singleton, U.S.W., writes on August 19th, 189(i :—Somo time ago life to mo wan not worth living ; I simply bad a mechanical existence. You will under stand that being a printer, my occupation is not condueivo to good health. I was work ing in a close office, and becamo thoroughly exhausted. I lost all desiro for recreation, and plcasnut moments woro foreign to mo. I hud no particular ailment, but I should almost have welcomed a cessation of onrthly strife. But the -darkest oloud has a 8ilver lining. I rend sonic testimonials, amongst which was ono from Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, H.P., who had boon cured, I seut for two bottles of Clements Tonic, and after tailing them I was quite well, in fact I never felt bettor, and I cheerfully bear witness to its remarkable powers. If th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

SANDER Ss SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.— Under clibl inyuisiied pulronft^o of Ilis Majesty the King of Pyr communication made by the Minister for foreign through tho CqusuI General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, J 878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged bv Medical Clinics and Univer sities all over tho Globe. There are imitations of Eucalypti Kxtract in tlie market, produced of simple distillation, forming crude, resinous ojls. In order that these crude oils may not be mistaken for our pure Volatilo Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, u*j per information for warded to us through tho Consul at Melbourne, March 2,1878, we stateIt is proved by tests inn.de by tho Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Griefswald (Prussia); and reported to by Dr. Schultaj Professor of Phannacalogy at Bonn. and Frofcssior Dr. Mossier. Directrrof the Medical Clinics at Griefswald, tha...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Cricket. Ranjit Sinhji acknowledges that the batting and bowling of the Australians in the last test match outclassed that of the Englishmen, but thinks there is little to choose between the teams in the matter of fielding. Stoddart also acknowledges that the best team won. The Englishmen do not think much of their chances of winning the rubber, unless something unexpected happens. The following will represent the Hunter River Association against the Robertson Association at Muswell brook on Anniversary Day .—Messrs. H. Harden, R. Norman H. Tegg, E. L, Waddy, L. Moore, J. Kerrigan, W. McClean, C. Maguire, 4. Cunningham, M. Bourke, J. Harvey; (12)J. Moore, (13) McMillan. Robertson will be represented by A. Ebsworth, A. Cam eron, D. Pryor, A. Hadley, C. Wright, T. Mason, P. G. White, J. H. Bet tington, E. Barwick, A. H. Garnsey, W. H. Lipscomb; emergency, W. Ashford. Muswellbrook and Bunnan clubs meet on the Show Ground to-day in the Campbell trophy competition. The Jocal team will be...

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Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Dentistry. Dentistry of the highest standing is performed by Mr. Percy B. Cohen (Honorary Dentist to the Maitland Hospital). wl)0 visits ftfuswellbrook the fourth Saturday in every month, and may be consulted at O'Leary's •Hotel from 9 to 6, romaining over Saturday and Suuday. All letters for qppoiritaients to be addressed to Mr. Percy B. Cohen, Dental Surgeon, Hart's Buildings, High-street, West .Miatland. Dentristy.—J. Boalby-Smith,D.D. Sj. from-Loudon arid America, of 482 and 483&eorge-street, Sydnoy, may be consulted Free at Mrs. Hicks' private house, Muswellbrook, monthly. Next visit, from 3 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 Residents in the district, certifying to thp 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. Mr. A. E. Bu...

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England v. Australia. England.—Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

England v. Australia. England.—Second Innings. The match was concluded on Wednes day the Englishmen being all disposed of for 282 runs. Following are the scores :— Mason, c Jones, b Noble 0 Ranji, cTrumble, b M'Lood.... 77 Hay ward, c and b M'Leod 1 Storor, c Hill, b M'Leod 6 Druco, b Noble 27 Hirst, lbw, b M'Leod 6 McLaren, c Kelly, b Noble 122 Stoddnrt, c Jones, b Al'Leod.... 24 Henrne, b Noble 4 Richardson, c Jones, b Noble.... 0 Briggs, not out 0 Sundries 15 All out for 282 J3owling Analj'sis.—Noble, 5 for 88; M'Leod, 5 for 6G. The Australians thus won by an innings and 13 runs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

PIANOFORTE TU™<S. Jtm. IK ZHOMdLS Representing W.H. PALING&C0„LTD, SYDNEY, IS NOW IN THE DISTRICT, on Lis usual half-yearly round. Orders addrossed to liim lit the LOCAL Post Otfico will rccoivo prompt nttontiou. IF YOU ARE THINKING OF INVESTING IN A PIANO Mr. THOMAS will bo pleased to call upon you and givo you full information as to prices mid terms. V A LING k CIO. liavo all tlic BKST l'lANOS, including tho famous LIPP PIANO, which is undoubtedly the bost German Piano now in tho markot, and tho cheapest. Beautiful tone, porfect construc tion, artistic finish—always satisfactory. PALING & 00. aro tho largest Importers by far, of pianos in Australia, and can thcro foi'o buy much ehcaper than any other firm. This is tho reason why thoy can givo such extraordinary suporior pianos at tho prico paid clsowhoro for very Inferior Goods. MR. THOMAS is tho ONLY PERSON authorised by us to TUNE iu tliis district.

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Dickens Murdering Nancy. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Biicitens Murdering Nancy. ,-Mrj Oliarles Dickens, son of the great! ; novelist, snys that-when his father first; thought of giving, public readings from his;:own works, liis friend and biograJ' pher,, Mr. Forster, tried to dissuade him from the.idea. ..But neither as a writer nor as a gentleman did his public read ings .hurt him in any degree, but they did break.'down his health. His second, course ol' readings was ' gone through with great ell'ort and much suffering. ■ • :. Soon' after his return , (continues Dickens the younger) X joined my fatlioii as private . secretary and sub-editor oil ' All the Year Hound,' and almost; my! very first experience of work with him was connected' with the new reading which-he now had strongly in his inind —thatiOffthe Sikes'arid Nanoy-.murder; We '• were, alone together at Gadsliill, I remember, and I■■ was sitting, with' doors and:• windows, opeiij one bright,., clear, Still;; warm autumn day, In the; library! engaged upon a mass of papers,; a...

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Church Services. Sunday, 23rd, January, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Church Services. ' -ii ■ Sunday, 23rd, January,: 1898; V'i Cnuiui.of England :S.'A1 ban's, E.G. 7.30 a.m.; M, 10.30 a.m.';. E. 7.30 [j.mi - Holy Trinity, Muscle- Creek, 3 p.m.j.S .Luke's, Spring Creek,' n a.m. (H.C.). ■ S. Mark's Aberdeen, 7.30 p nr. Presbyterian: Muswell: brook, M. i 1 a.m.; Denman," E, 7.30 p.m. Wcsleyan: Services will be held'in the Muswellbrook Church at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Kayuga at 3 p.m.and Scone at 11 a.m.

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A Rival to oil. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

A Rival to Wil. Vessels in heavy seas ai'e more effec tively and economically protected by fishing' nets than by oil, according' to the Baron Benvenuto d'Aiessandro. The nets, made from stout twine, weigh about three ounces per square yard, and are provided with cork floats when neces sary. When a vessel is scudding before the wind the net is dragged at the bow, and the waves are still ; when she is anchored in a heavy sea the net is placed to windward with the same result, iriie inventor of this system declares that harbours may be enlarged by simply stretching nets between buoys or piles.

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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Comic Craftings " You seem to be cultivating- old Ka jones. What do you see about him to admire ?" " His daughter Ijaura." " X hear, Miss Impecune, that you have the bicycle craze." " Yes. That is, I have the craze, hut I'm sorry to say that I haven't the bicycle." " It was Henry Clay, war, it not, who said :—' I would rather be right than be President ?-\" "Yes, but lie wasn't." " How V" " He was loft." I love to swing upon the gate, Say, jusL at eventide ; That is, if it will bear lite weight Of some one else beside. Mrs. I-Iazeum : "How in the world did your husband get so terribly choitod Mrs. Snapper : " Eatin' boneless cod fish." " That last poem of Jones's lias the right ring," said the editor. " How so?" " When I opened it a silver dollar drop ped out !" No matter whether a man's life results in absolute failure or complete success, plenty of people who had predicted it can always be found. " You will notice that 1 have you on the string," said the/boy to the kite. "Yes," an...

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

To Subscribers. i hose wno nave not,yet torwarciea their subscriptions to the Chronicle are invited to do so without delay. The amount of subscription was reduced from ist Januaiy inst.as follows : - Per annum (in advance) 15s ; per quarter (in-'advanee) 4s; booked, 4s 6d per quarter. Advance subscriptions must be paid within the first month of tli'e quarter, Single copies 3d each, In tending subscribers are invited to send in their names as early as: convenient. The.year or quarter commences .from date of ordering. Send penny or two penny stamps, P.O.O., or postal notes, to .the proprietor.

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Swift and His Servants. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Swift and His Servants. Swift had some whimsical contrivances to punish his servants for disobedience ot* orders. The hiring of iiis maid ser vants he left to his housekeeper, and that form being over, lie acquainted them that he had but two commands to give thorn—one, to shut the door whenever they came into a room , the other, to shut the door whenever they went out of a room. One of tlie.se maid servants requested permission of the dean to go to her sister's wedding, which was to take place about ten miles distance from Dublin. Swift not only consented, but lent the servant one of his liorses, and directed that a man servant should ride before her. The maid, in her joy at this favour, forgot to shut the door when she left the dean's room. About a quarter of an hour after she had left the house Swift ordered a servant to saddle another liorso to overtake the 1 maid and her escort and oblige them to return im mediately. This was done, and the girl went into the dean's presence with...

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COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. C. J. Smiait reports having sold at Fanmrs' Union, as follows : Butter Gel to 9d. Eggs 6d to 7d. Cucumbers Id to 3d dozen. Potatoes 2h to 2h Gd n qt, Tomiitoos Is 8d box. Fowls 2s to 3b Gd pair. Onions Ad to Id lb Rhubarb Id bdl Melons 3s to Gs doz Pumpkins 3s to Is doz. Vegetable marrows Is to 2s doz. Hay 2a Gd to 3s Id cwt. Grapos Is 2d to 2s qr case Nectarines 2s Od to Is quarter oase. Peaches 2s 3d to 4s Gd qr case. Figs 3d to 8d doz Apples (B) la 5 to 3s half caso, Pears Is Od qu irtor case. Apples (eat) 9d to 2s Gd quarter caso Pigs, fats, 180 at 20s to 50s

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Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market. The sales of store cattle at the local Municipal yards yesterday, were very well attended. High prices were rea lised, prime lots selling up to £4 10s. The sale is regarded as the most suc cessful that has been held here for a long timer

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Maitland Markets. E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Maitland Markets. e. •w. spaiiicb's kefobt. Fat Cattle.—Light supply yarded to a good attendance of the trade. Sales were brisk, atrl all good quality cattle realised excellent prices- I sold :—F. Reynolds, 16 cows and heifers at £2 19s to £3 6s; Captain Mayne, 19 bullocks and steers at £3 6s to £4 8s 6d ; J. K Mackay, steers at £3 18s ; Geo. Thomas, ri bullocks and rteers at jQ2 15s to £3 19s, 13 cows and heifers at £2 6s 6d to £3 10s; Eales Bros, 29 light bullocks at £3 os 6d to £4 ; YV. H. Mackay, 15 from £5 to £5 iSs. 5 cows from £3 !SS 6d t0 £3 17s. Fat Calves.—Light supply penned. Values without alteration on last day's sales. I sold my consignments at 18s 6d to 30s. Fat Sheep.—Fair supply penned to a good attendance of the trade. Coin petition was not quite so brisk, but values showed little alteration on last day's rates. I sold—L. P. Doyle, 49 ewes at 7s id to 8s, 47 lambs at 6s 7d ; D. Fibbins, 73 ewes at 5s 9d to 7s 6d, 26 wethers at 5s nd, 1 lamb at 7s 8d ; John Maguire,...

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Dainty Dishes with Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 22 January 1898

Dainty . Dishes with Fish. .Pish- Pudding.-T-Xnerreclients : The. re mains of cold fish, white sauce, a few, mashed potatoes, nutmeg, pepper, and. salt.- . Method : Place the remains ?of the ^cold fisli in a pie dish. Make the sauce, with an ounce of butter,. haiC-an-ounce; of' flour; half-a-pint of milk, and; a few.; i potatoes passed lightly through: a -sieve, i ■ boil for ten minutes, pour, over theifish,. (grate a little nutmeg on top; and-bakein, a moderate oven for about half-an-hour. Sufficient for lour people. • . ■ Baked- Bream. —r Ingredients ■:• One ;bream, boiled,potatoes; pepper, salt, nut-; i meg, lemon juice, loss, butter,! bread-; j crumbs.; MethodSkin and'fillet a good-; : sized .faeam, cut the fillets into two i pieces, lay them in a buttered fireproof: •dish, chop the potatoes, and place them; rcund the fish, season the whole with r.the pepper, salt, nutmeg, and a squeeze of lemon juice, place the butter, on top in;, small pieces, sprinkle breadcrumbs over' all, c...

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