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Departure of Mr. Hazelwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

Departure of Mr. Hazelwoocl. General regret is expressed at the intended departure of Mr. J. Hazelwood, the popular head master of the local Public School, from this town. During the four years he has resided here Mr. Hazelwood has won the respect and goodwill of all with whom he came in contact. By hard work and perseverance lie suc ceeded in raising the status of the school appreciably. He took great pains with the school children, and his ability to impart instruction was well shown in the excellent way the pupils performed their parts in the entertainments given by them in the School of Arts a couple of months ago. Wo understand that the exohange to Wilberforce is regarded by Mr. Hazelwood as promotion, and wo trust that both he and his amiable wife will be successful in their new sphere of labour. As a member of the local Musical Union Mr. Hazel wood's services were very highly appreciated, and his place will be hard to fill. We understand that steps are being taken by prominen...

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

The Miller's Union of Victoria is endeavouring to coerce all millers in the colony into joining the Union, and throaten to have all non-union millers and all takers usijjg thoir flour boycotted by the working classes. During last week Mf, flrtjnker simply ran this country " 011 his own" without any assistance from a single colleague. f-f0 was Secretary, Treas urer, " Lands," 'f Mine.')," " Works" and " Post Office" combined. There was a call on him at the Attorney General's office, but'not being a lawyer he bad to regretfully decline the duties of grand jury. ]VIr. Lync thought of asking him to look after tl)e Oppo sition for a few days, but njercifully re frained from further inflicting the ubi quitous gentjewati,

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Electors' Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

Electors' Rights. Many, persons are iindcrthe impression ;that- their- electors- eights - expired- onv December 31;. 1896, - but this is not:so. , By an Amending - Act, - which; became law in 1-1896,<all rights,issued before or after the -passing .thereof, . unless can-' celled in the prescribed manner,"stand; good until the end of 1900:.:'Electors: ••who/v-have«-moved-:'to.{another-'-;district-v than thatuin respect of- which 'the right was issne'd shouldjiif:they desire to ex- • ercise' their. vote at the general- election,' apply, for a-transfer of.thciriright;'upon completion of one; month's residenceuii'i 'the new district It is advisable "that rights should 'be obtained early,' as names.camiot:be enrolled after the _ is sue' of a writ for an 'election. ; Applica tion for-electors' rights may be made by post on the prescribed form.

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Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

Municipal Election. It is understood that the under mentioned gentlemen have been nominated to fill the vacancies in the local Municipal Council, causod by tho retirement through effluxion of time of Aldermen Bowman, Lea, and Skinner. Owing to the circum stance of tho lteturning Officer being nominated as a candidate, it is improbable that tho nomination papers will be opened until a meet ing of the Council has been held, lienco there is no certainty as to tho nominations. Here nro the names referred to :—Messrs. S. Lea, A. 11. Lea, A. It. Lang, Ed. Bowman, J. C. "White, It. Eraser, A. Weidmann, Q-. llayno, and M. linsmusson. If these all go to the poll, ratopayors will have a wide choice, and should fee able to seloct three good men to j-epresont them iu the Council. .

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A Racing Smash. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

A Racing Smash. A sensational accident occurred just after daylight on Thursday morning during a trial gallop, on a course in the R'edbournberry paddocks between the the racehorses Wollomumbi (ridden by J. Tracey) and Tramp (ridden by F. Farrell). Previous to commencing the. gallop the course was cleared of several head of cattle, but after the horses had been sent oh their journey a co.v, strayed back in the direction ot the track/ The pace at the time was in deed a cracker, and . the riders saw the •danger, but thought they could pass Jb6fore thefaninial got in the way, i^Vollomumbi's jockey managed to get clear, but';Tram^j with a thud that could be heard some distance away, crashed into the cow, the latter being broadside on the track. The result ot the impact was that the unfortunate horse was thrown high into the air, and before' reachingJthe ground again, some 8. or io yards further on, turned a com plete somersaulty and then skided along the track. When the collision took pl...

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New Zealand Horror. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

New Zealand Horror. The Auckland, New Zealand, corres pondent of the Evening News, writing under llie dale of Monday, January 17, says :—During tlrj past. wopk a horrible case of infanticide lias been brought to light. -'J'he ;factsj :.shoitly slated, art- that some nine-monthsi^ngo ,1 single young: woman ,,namedv;-;Mary Ramsbottom^gave.vbirtlvi'nto^a-'v-fetnale child, riio hltlc stianger wasi taken care of by. one^of our' charitable - insti tutions, and was" cluistened Gladys. When the infant was'but a month old the mother took ^[jossession i ofait,and ■ went to luc'at^Coiomandel, 'and two months ^afterwards the: little,1-one -dis- ^ appeared,, but 'the1 circumstances 'do not'appear■to'have beemreporled'l'o the 110Iice;1 %U 11 tiI recently- the >-girl-■;liam's-i bottom'has continued;to live,tat .Coro-; mandel, but-lately she'suddenly lJf, taking, it is alleged, with her a bicycle ^ihat di'd not' belong" to her." sOn the charge^of the iheft of the bike she was anested in Auckland...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

At the last general election several candidates were allowed V walk overs." ■There will be no such dispensation in any* electorate this' year. There will be a fight till polling day is over everywhere. Quite ritflit (go, - - *Ezxc3-X3:-0XjjaL®iS ; GIVEN AWAY TO PURCHASERS-OF E XC UIISI ON wi S HER.; A large Honeycomb Towel given with'three packets; a Turkish-Roller Tcwol. or a Large liancl or liatli 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, HEATON AND CO., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. "ST sua.s sill 1?ir&,£3aL&m Cootfeya ekss F."otfid*d for Picok Parties, EOLEY STREET (near Station), MUSWELLBROOK. MILLINER, BRIDGE STREET. CORSETS, UNDERCLOTHING, AND HABERDASHERY. - - LATEST STYLES nl MODERATE CHARGES. FEATHERS CLEANED AT SYDNEY' PRICES. /^kUR constituents mid tlio public generally...

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King Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

King Division. /The sums up Mr.; Tom ' Slat tery's-chanccs against the Premier ill Kmg'Division in the following terms : —Tom Slattery,with his empty boast that if the sitting member, Premier Reid, refuses to meet him in King Di vision he (T.S.) will " publicly brand him as a coward" is a bad case of pn'us . dcmcntat . The blathering attorney who egged on the Kyardmal to his political doom rushes round whooping and shak ing hands witlvhimself over his assumed defeat of 'fieid some months hence ; whereas Reid quietly smiles and says .he is glad to find that Tom Slattery is to be his- opponent Which is, no doubt; true, for, of all men who might , have any real chance in the constitu ency, .Slattery, is the very worst that could be pitted against Reid:; the latter has and always had the; personal (and, to-a large extent, the political) goodwill of the very classes who are supposed to regard Flattery Slattery as a man of mana. Flattery Slatteiy is simply turn ing the giindstone while th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

OU f OF GRA1 ITUDE ■ •i mi own TTumierful ich orH:ion tc J iMtli, 1 -hall bi- plciifi-cl (« n rccript of -,^vr f *i-mped Nddrcsfc:; mtvo;»;) to forward FREE ADVICE f«5[ 10 any **«.m m aut't.-rmj: Horn Tumours, 3 I.i^placcmcnts, Weakness, t'lccratiun or Irreguluritie®, concerning a 13 SIMPLE SELF-APPLIED REMEDY by which after many years of >ufferins I xras en red. MRS. MORTON, BOX 718, G.P.O , SYDNEY'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

C. J. SPRA TT, AUCTIONEER AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, . Bridge-street, Muswelibrook OFFICES :—Promises lately occupied by Mr. J. C. Luscombe, Architect. Weekly Sales of Fat and Store Cattle, Shoop, Pigs, &c., nt Hill's Junction Hotel Yards, EYERY THURSDAY. Accouut Sales Rendered Promptly. High Oass ©ewlistrj'.— Mr. Percy l>. CoHjim visits MuswellbronJ: fourth Saturday in eacli month, and may be consulted at O'Leftry's Hotel. B, PASKENS, TUNER AND REPAIRER OF PIANOS AND ORGANS. Agentfor all the Best and well known makes of Pianos and Organs. Visits Muswellbrook a:ad District Periodically. All communications to bo addressed to Post Office, Musivellbrook, or West Maitland. Orders nnd appointments to any part of the district will receive prompt attention All kinds of Repairs executed. Moderate Charges and Best AVork. fens d wiwwb ns/pamUaBSs CUTL.EK, - iff^ Hantel? Street, SYDNEY. BAKEll'S STANDARD -' SHEFFIELD KA550RS. Sizes Round or Square Pohlt— -g- in wide 5/- each, 61-...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Experimental Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Experimental Farm. On Monday a telegram was re ceived at the office of li. G-. D. Fitz Gerald, Esq., member for the district, from Mr. W. S. Campbell, of the Department of Agriculture, who has . been deputed by the Minister to report upon available sites in this neighbourhood for the establishment of an experimental farm, notifying that he will be in Muswellbrook on Wednesday (this) evening, at Hill's hotel, for the above purpose. In the absence of Mr. Fitz-Gerald, Mr. J.' E. Mclntyre has taken the necessary steps to notify those more. particu larly interested of Mr. Campbell's visit, and we have no doubt that everything possible will bo done to faoilitateMr. Campbell's work in the examination of all available sites for the establishment of the farm in this district.

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—THE—Muswellbrook Chroonicle [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

—THE— ■ Jl/[usujettbz>oofy Qlxmrneh O, sacreil weapon, left for truth's defence, bole dread of (oily, vice and insolence, Reverent we touch thee! but with honest zeal To rouse the henchman of the public weal •WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26, 1898.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

London Truth publishes what pro fesses to be the true story of the Turko-Greek war. It states that King George, intriguing to secyre the Russian Grand Duke Michaeiovitch as a husband for his daughter Mane, played the King of Servia off against the Grand Duke. This failing, King George thought that by creating a dis disturbance in south-east Europe he might coerce the Czar into agreeing to the marriage, and went too far, for he raised a storm that he could not lay. He then discovered he couldn't bluff Russia, who encouraged the Turks to fall upon the Greeks. The Czar then warned the King that the Turks would occupy Athens. Upon this the follow ing arrangement was entered into be tween the King and Russia. The latter, who promised that the Turks should not go beyond Thessaly, pro vided that no real stand should be made against their advance in that province; that the Greek forces in Epirus would not operate against Janina; and that the Crreek fleets would remain inactive. As regards t...

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The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. Half-Yearly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. Half-Yearly Meeting. The half-yearly meeting of this bank' was held on Friday, Mr. Edward Knox presiding. The report showed that the balance at the credit of profit and loss account, , after deducting rebate on current bills and accrued interest on fixed deposits, reducing premises account, paying note tax, and provid ing for land and income taxes and bad and doubtful debts, amounted to ^£55,407, out of which the directors recommended the following appropria tions To the payment of a dividend for the half-year at :the rate of 8 per cent. per annum, £40,000; to balance being undivided profit, £15,407 is id .—£55,407- is. id. During the half year branches had been established at Finley, Lockhart, and Nyrnagee in this colony, and .G.eraldton and Ingham in the colony of Queensland. The Chairman, in moving the adop tion,of the. report,1 said The balance sheet, we to-day.-have the. pleasure to present shorts;7 aconsiderable ..in crease inUthe' bus...

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Sydney Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

Sydney Produce Market. Wheat.—Now South Wales, inferior now 3a Gd to 3s lOd, prime new 4s to 4s 2d. I Chickwheat.—3s Od to 3s 3d, screenings I 2s 4d to 2s 7d. Flour.—N.S.W., old £11 10s, new £10 to ' £11, j primo brands, £10 10s to £11 ; Manitoba, £12 os to £12 10s. Barley.—Cape, 2s lid to 3s. Bran.—7id. Pollard.—8Jd. Chaff.—Local primo green, £4 5a to £4 10s, modium from £3 5s; imported primo, to £4 0s ; medium from £3 10s. Oaten Hay.—Hack, new prime £3 10a to £4 os, medium from £3. Lucorne Hay.—Huntor River prime £2 6s, medium from £1 12s Gd; inland in trusses, £2 2s Od. Straw—N.S.W bundled, £2 to £2 5s; imported derrick-pressed £2 2s Gd to £2 5s. Oats.—Prime feed 2s 5d to 2s Gd ; medium 2s 4d. Maize.—Southern N.S.W., 3s 2d to 3s 3d ; river, 3s 2d ; New Zealand, 3s to 3a 2d. Potatoes.—N.S.W. medium from £2 7s Gd, primo £4 to £5 ; Victorian Early Rose, £2 5s to £3 2s 6d ; Warrambool, £4 os to £4 10s; imported Tasraaoian Circulars £7 10s to £8. Onions.—Best Victorian £3 os, good to ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

General News. We are requested to state that tbe name of Mr. P. W. Tewksbury was inadvertently omitted from Ihe list of last year's committee in the annual report of the local hospital. There is no prospect of the advance of the expedition upon Metemmeh and Khartoum until a rise takes place in the Nile. The Herald says:—"There was a remarkable occurrence in the Kensing ton Handicap run on Thursday at the Kensington pony and galloway meet ing. By some means Scoria and Ludy Leo carried awa3' the complete strands ! of the starting-machine and, as the field raced past the post for the first ; time with the two horses and riders both enveloped in the webbing, grave apprehensions wore entertained of a Berious accident. Fortunately the j jockeys, Cherry and ]?. Khun, were able to clear themselves but the webb ing still remined on the shoulders of both mares, and was flying behind them for a considerable distar.ce as | .they raced round the course together attached to each other. On the hor...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tuesday. The Steamer Koonyn, from Mo ray a, was wrecked at Cronulla Beach, Botany. All the passengers and crew were savod. At the inquest on ihe young man, Guest, who wna shot yesterday, a verdict of manslaughter was returned against Mrs. North, who was committed for tiial. | London, Monday. Since the commencement of the strike the engineers have lost £2,000,000 in wages, and spent £600,000 of their funds. Tho unionist leaders recommend the acceptance of the employers' terms, with tho addition of a disclaimer of | any intention on tho part of the mas ters to reduces the present earnings of J employees either on time or piecework.

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Police Court. MONDAY JANUARY 24. (Before Mr.J.W. Humphries, J.P.,) [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

Police Court. Mom day January 24. (Before MivJ. \V. Humphries, f.P.,) *'Samuel Franks and Joseph Franks, two lads aged 17 and n years respec tively, were charged with stealing one grey mare, valued at £5, from the Singleton road, in December last, the property of Harris Isaac Clark, of M us well brook. Constable Breen deposed : 1 went to ■ Ravensworth.on Saturday last and ar rested the accused; I found the mare in Franks' paddock and took posses sion of her; the younger accused said the mare was given to him over a year ago by a carrier named Hickey, and he afterwards said the mare was given to him just before .. Christmas , for grass money; his statement was corroborated --by. the older./accused, who stated that -hergave the.younger accused a pocket knife' for the mare; when asked who owned the-mare the elder accused said she belonged to anybody ; he had only bidden her oncevto. Liddleacting ,on irislructioW'received from his father, he said,- lie made inquiries from two car riers-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

Oil the Rand wick-road on Saturday, ovoning four detectives, with drawn revolvers, attempted to arrest four men who wero riding in a fSi on their wny to Sydnoy. A sharp encounter took placo, during- which one of the mon was shot, though not fatally injured, and a dotectivo lmd his log damaged as the result of being knocked down and run over. Two tnon woro cap tured, tho othor two escaping, tlio wounded man being at once taken to tho hospital. In tho van, which was loft to tho polico was found nearly every articlo stok-n form t.ho establish ment of tho Union Tailoring Com pany, Sussox-stroofc, on Thursday night. Mr. John Norton, editor of Truth is about to dolivor addross03 at sev eral country towns. John is appar ently badly afllictcd with tho malady known as " swelled head."

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The Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 26 January 1898

. The Farmer. A Hawkesi}Ury potato, digger of last year states that he was able to dig'and tbag,,without assistance 10 bags, , with (assistance 16 bags daily, being paid at: felhjl rate of 9d per bag; this year when; the pay is is, he-does 10 bags daily -with help and six-, bags without; ' The 'potato-digger' don't • participate .very .-.much in the increased prices potatoes have been bringing; 1 • ExtraGt^frqm the programme of a Westrahan' race-meeting :—" Farmers' ; Race, one mile, ust up. Post en-; tries. 3s. .-Prize offered- by Wv- J. George,; Esq., five bags of oats, value ^"5, Horses to be owned by< farmers only of the .Murray electoral district. The factof entering a horse must.be under-, stood to pledge tl^e owpep to sow the "bats^and' sel] ■ '"the resulting crop to "Messrs_G iitliericige and Co. at Market price." The fruitgrowers of several localities in New .Zealand have established highly' successful co-operations, and control the markets with their produce. In...

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