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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

SANDER Si SONS' EUCALYPTigEXTRAOT. Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14. 1878. Awarded diploma at tho Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Univer sities all over the Globe. There aro imitations of Eucalypti Extract in tho market, produced of eimplo distillation, forming crude, resinous oils. In order that theBe crude oils may not be mistaken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by tho Medical Division of the Prussian Government to bo of perfectly pure origin, as per information for warded "to ua through the 'Consul at Melbourne, Maich 2,1878, we stateIt is proved by testa made by tho Medical Clinics of tho Universities of Bonn and Griefswald (Prussia); and reported to by Dr. Schultz. Professor of Fharmacalogy at Bonn, and Profcsaior Dr. Mossier. Director of the Medical Clinics at ...

Publication Title: Muswellbrook Chronicle, The
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Muswellbrook Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Muswellbrook Municipal Council. The regular meeting of the Municipal Council was held in the Chambers on Wednesday night. There were present —Aldermen Brecht (Mayor), Bowman, Clarke, McNeill, Frazer, Mclntyre, Lang, and Luscombe. The declarations of the Mayor and Mr. R. Greig (auditor) were laid on the table. The Mayor welcomed the recently electcd Aldermen to the Council. The minutes of the last ordinary meeting, and of the special meeting for the election of Mayor, were read and confirmed. Correspondence.—From F. Lasseter and Co., acknowledging receipt of cheque. From the Public Health Department, asking that the returns for 1897 be sent in by the 1st March. From E. Brodnck, complaining that stock were continually trespassing on the recreation reserve, and asking to be allowed to have the stockyard repaired so that he could draft the trespassing stock. From W. Armitage, applying to have his name placed on the Common ers' Roll. The pay-sheet for the fortnight was : General account,...

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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, (Before Mr. E. C. Brecht, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Police Court. Wednesday, Febuuaey 9 th, (Before Mr. E. C. Brecht, J. P.) Thos, Flanagan was brought up for pro tection. Constable Harrison eta ted that tho ao cused had gone to Sergeant Forrest on the previous night, and asked to be looked up. The accused, in roply to the Bench, stated that he was suffering from general debility, and was very weak. The Benoh made an Order for his admission to tho Hospital. Albert Jeffcote, also brought up for protec tion, was discharged.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Official Correspondence. The following items of correspondence from official sources have been handed to us for publication by Mr. R. G-. D. Fitz-Gerald M.P.:— Department of Justice, Sydney, 8th February, 1898, Sir,—I havo the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 2nd instant, upon the subject named below, and to inform you that a further communication will be . made to you in duo course, this being meroly an intimation that your letter 1ms been re ceived, I have the honor, etc., G-eoege Milleb, Under Secretary. Subject: Forwarding letter from Secre tary Progress Committee Stewart's Brook, urging the establishment of a Court of Petty Sessions at that place.

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The CHEVALIER DE MAISON ROUGE. A TALE OF THE REIGN OF TERROR CHAPTER III.— CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

CHAPTER III.— OoRTINUKD. fooling the pressure of that soft hand, reposing :<between his own, hearing tho accents of tliat persuasive voice, which had almost descended to the depth's of prayer, felt his anger all at.-onuo yield to admiration. . "What tlo i ask?" said ho. "To boo you again."' "Impossible I utterly impossible." • "If only-for once—one hour, one'initio uto, one second." . VI Ltoll you it ( is. impossible." . \ . -- -."Do you seriously.. tell me,""said-Man-' l-icoj "that I sliall never Bee you again 7$ "Never," said the unknown, in -a - dor Bponding. tone:"^--'— j • •' Madame,'.- said Maunco,' y ou jcertain ly jest with me;" Tlionja,fttBiug. jiisMlil6' headi lie sliook.hip. ha^gijig;cm-If 4^ce«a' man wishing to esdape' froiil' BomV.]S?«;ei; -.which, in spite of-Iiims'clf'; stWl-boiind/hiin., The unknowu ^regarded Jiim-^yfth' air in- ' definable,.expression :..It^wn;sKeyiucnt'. site ; had".' not; altogether e/cap'fid tUo.^aehtj; '• merit' slie'liad 'insliired/?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

"HIC3^«0:L,J3L!S{S H370^WE3rJSSJ ' ' ' GIVEN AWAY TO PURCHASERS OF EXCURSION WASHER. A large Honeycomb Towel given with three packets; a Turkish Roller Towel, or a Large Hand or Bath Turkish Towel, given with twelve packets. Excursion Washer is the Best Washing Powder in the World. A. F. SUTHERLAND Sc CO. G. E. MOREY, GENERAL CARRIER, FORWARDING ' AND COMMISSION AGENT, AGENT TOR WRIGHT, HEATON AND CO., LIMITED. CONTRACTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. ■yans Meet all Trains. CoijtfeyafKss Provided for PicQic Parties, £c. FOLEY STREET (near Station), MUSWELLBROOK. MISS HEMSWOBTH, MILLINER, BRIDGcE STREET. CORSETS, UNDERCLOTHING, AND ■ > HABERDASHERY. LATEST STYLES at „ ;• • MODERATE CHARGES. FEATHERS CLEANED AT SYDNEY •t ■ : - PRICES. REMOVAL. OUR constituents uud tho public generally are desired to note tliiit tho CHRON - ICLE Ol-VICE HAS BEEN REMOVED from Sydney Street to more commodious premises. NEXT DR. GRIGSON S SUR OH.'RY, andopposite M. Campbell and Co.'s Warehouse, Bridge Stre...

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Contracting for Roadwork. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Contracting for Roadwork. Tile ways oE road coi.tractors (says an exchange) are Btrange and wonderful, and glancing over the tenders which from time to time are published in con nection with the work of maintaining and making the highroads of the country districts, one is struck by Uie huge and inexplicable disparity existing between the prices submitted by the several seekers after work. There is no line of business, on a small scale, more likely . to laud the ^careless workman into difficulties than road-contracting, and the man who engages in it should possess some knowledge of figures, so that he may bo able to accurately calculate quantities and leave himself a margin of profit on the labour that he emploj-s or that he himself undergoes. Mere guesswork is dangerous in the extreme to indulge in—and yet it would appear that there is a lot of this sort of thing .done by so called contractors, whose prices aro often so low that the total amount for which they put in would uot pay f...

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Sydney Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Sydney Produce Market. Wheat.—Now South "Wales, inferior now 3s 4d to 3s 3d, prime now 4s to 4a 2d. Chickwheat.—2s Od to 3s Id, screenings 2s 4d to 2s 7d. Flour.—N.S.W., £10 10s, old £11. Barley.—Cape, 3s 2d to 3s 3d. Bran.—7jd. Pollard.—9d. Chaff.—Local prime green, £1 2s Cd to £4 7s 3d, medium from £3 2s Gd ; imported primo, £4 ; medium from £3 5s. Oaten Hay.—Rack, new prime £4 10s to £4, good £4, medium from £3 10a ; chaf fing, £2 12s Gd to £3, Lucerne Hay.—Hunter Biver prime £2 •5s, medium from £1 17s Cd ; inferior, £1 7s Gd; inland in trusses, £2 12s Gd to £2 15s ; small bales from £2 12s Gd to £3. Straw—N.S.W bundled, £2 10s to £2 los : derrick, £2 17s Gd to £3 ; imported derriok £2 17s Gd td £3. Oats.—Primo feed 2s Gd ; good, 2s 6d ; medium 2s Id ; Tartarian seed 2s 8d. Maize.—Best now 2s lOd ; second quality 2s' 8d to 2s 9d best old 3s ; small parcels 3s Id ; second quality 2s lOd to 2s lid. Potatoes.—N.S.W. medium from £o 7s Gd to £5 Gs ; best, £7 to £7 10s ; imported Tasma...

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Maitland Markets. H. J. MARSHALL'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Maitland Markets. ix. j. Marshall's report. Fat Oattlo.—Moderate Bupplies yarded - to a poor attendance of the trade. Sales were hardly so brisk and vulues may be quoted as slightly easier. Best bullocks sold at £5 to £o 10s, fair bullocks at £1 os to £i l/>s, light from £3 10s to £3 17s Cd, cows £1 5s. J. Horn's cows at £3 os Cd to £3 16s, 1 at £2 10s, steers £3 17s ! J. llowen's cows at £2 12s ; S. Hall's cows at £3 ; B. Buffier's at £2 12s to £3 steers £3 3s. Fat Calves.—Very few forward. Prime vealers are readily saleable at excellent prices. Medium descriptions "wero without alteration on late rates. Best vealers are worth 30s to 3as ; good 20s to 20s ; light and small from 10s to lGs. Fat Sheep.—A fairly largo supply was for ward at Thursday's sales ; buyers in small attendance. Prime sheep sold at late rates, while medium and light descriptions may be quoted as boing just a shade easier. Prime pons of crossbred wothers sold at 9s Id to 0s Gd, fair quality 7s to Ss 7d ; pri...

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Scone Markets. CORBETT & SIMPSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Scone Markets. OOEBETT & SIMMON'S ItEfOlvT. Corbott and Simpson report salo of sheep on Wednesday, 9th February :—Ou account T. G-. Carter, 2G3 owes at 2s Gd, 209 owes and wethers 3s 7d, 100 merino sheep at 2s Gd, 271 merinos at 2s od ; G. Hayne, GO wethers at 5s ; F. Rose, 91 lambs at 4s 3d, 8 wethers at Gs ; J. Lottiee, 72 wethers at 4s 9d ; P. Mullins, 2 rams £2 2s. The following aro tho price obtained at the the cattle salo held ou Thursday last:—On account J. E. Simpson, 1 cow at £2 17s Gd, 2 at £2 12s, I at £2 5s, 1 at £2 9s, 1 steer at £3 2s 6d, 4 bullocks at £2 15s Gd, 8 heifers at £2, G bullocks at £2 10s ; T. Holmes, 1 heifor at 2os, 8 bullocks at £3 10s 1 cow at £2 Is ; Campbell Simpson, 1 bullock £4 Is, 3 at £3 7s, 1 at £4 ; W. F. Cundy, 2 cows at £1 8s, 1 heifer at £2 Gs, 3 at £2 12s ; E. Eager, 2|cows 30s, 1 heifer 35s ; G. Holmes, 2 calves at 35s. I have also sold privately :— On account A. B. Simpson, 80 fat cows at satisfactory prices ; S. McNamara, 100 cros...

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A Complete Story. The Freckleton Fountain. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

A Complete Story. The Freokleton Fountain. Frcckleton, generally supposed to be so called aftrr the sun-kissed faces of the residents, was in a state of sub dued excitem.'nt. At 12 noon the member for the district was going to unveil, or declarc open for public use, a drinking fountain presented to the town by its generous and public spirited Mayor. F very body was in; good spirits—the member at the chance of displaying his eloquence ; the Mayor, at the' public parade of his generosity ; and the general popu lace at the chance of a public holiday, and possibly free drinks. The important hour was approach ing ; the band was mustering up in its uuform, and the townsfolk beginning to assemble ; when a somewhat seedy looking swagnian came up the mam street. He looked around at the fes tive signs 011 either hand, and ad dressed a passer by with the • re mark : " Seems to be some kind of a shivoo going 011 here." 1 ' The one addressed, glad to have a fresh listener, ^informed the swagman ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Hazelwood \ Presentation Fund. | ALL PERSONS wishing to SUHSCRIBE j to tho ABOVE FUND are kindly invited to send their donations to Mr. J. TV. HUMPHRIES (Hoti. Trensuror), or to the undersigned. LIST CLOSES on SATUR DAY, February 12th. T. H. RIXON, Hon. Seo. ~denmanT'' Clearing-Out Sale.! CE. SAWKINS has received instruo- ' . tions from tho Ownor, to Bell by public auction at the FITZROY HOTEL, DENMAN, ON Saturday, 19th Inst., - At 2 o'clock, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, DRAY" and HAR NESS, BUGGY and HARNESS, Stack of WHEATEN HAY, 4 HORSES, i head of CATTLE, &c., &c. Terms at Sale. 4S=S3<0 JE3L&&W3L Fat & Store Cattle. SCONE YARDS. Thursday, 17th Feb., 1808, at 2 p.m. I CORBETT & SIMPSON will soil by auction, on tlio above date, A/o W. Braysliaw, 130 superior STORE BULLOCKS, 4 and 5 yrs, very forward A/c M. W. Campbell, 30 superior STORE BULLOCKS, 3, 4, and 5 yrs ; 30 sup erior STORE COWS. A/c A. S. Wiseman, 50 s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

To-Let, HOUSE in Sydney Street. Kent, 7s 03. week. Apply F. JUJDDEN COMPOSITOR WANTED. Apply at once, staling wago3 required, to G. 3?. RIXON, Office of this Paper. BAKEHOUSE (Largo Oven) with or without Stable imd Shed. Apply MRS. D. HALL, Sydney-street. Muswellbrook. Municipal Distriet OF MUSWELLBROOK. NOTICE.. r [LENDERS will bo received up to MON JL DAY, the 21st day of February, 1898, for the following', for the current Municipal year, viz.:— RIDGE GRAVEL, screened, per cubic yard ., unscreened, „ „ RIVER GRAVEL ,, „ „ REMOVING REI1'USE FROM STREETS, at per cubic yard, or load APPLICATIONS will also be received up to tho above date, fur TWO COMPETENT PERSONS to VALUE tho RATABLE PROPERTY within tho Municipality. All information can bo obtained from the Council Clerk. S. J. DO WELL, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, Muswellbrook, 10th day of February, 1898. Publie Meeting. THE GIPPSLAND BUSH FIRES. IN accordance with the resolution carried at the last Municipal Council meeting-, ...

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BALANCE-SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

BALANCE-SHEET. STATEMENT of REVENUE and EXPENDITURE of the PASTURES and STOCK; PROTECTION BOARD at DENMAN and MUS WELL BROOK, for the Half-year ending 31st Deoombor, 1897. Dr. £ s d To amount of Balance at Commer cial Bank 100 11 0 „ Assessment levied on Stock during half-year— 12,022 largo Stock at 12/6 per 100 £75 2 10 G9G2 Shenp at 2/1 per 100,,,,,,,, 7 6 1 — 82 7 11. „ Arrears of Assessment, 1890,, 3 6 7 £180 6 0 Cit. £ 8 d By Certificates iesuod for'soalps— Kangaroo, at 3d per scalp. £30 19 G Wallaby, at 3d . per soalp GG 10 0 Native Dogs, at 15/ per scalp ..32 5 0 Native Pups at 5/ per soalp 4 15 0 Crows at 3d per goalp 3 16 9 Eats, at Id per soalp....v..... 5-19:5 • ' , — 153 5 5 ■ 0 0 „ Printing and Advertising .. .. 4 8 0 8 8 0 7 0 1 o. „ Balnnco as per Bank 10 G — 13 13 •1 £180 6 0 Datod at Muswollbrook this 31st day of January, 1893. C. E, DOYLE, Troasuror. JAMES C. WHITE, Chairman. Wo lioioby coitify tl:nt nil tho Books and Vouchors in tho possession of tho Board have b)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Living seemed a Clirse ! lost Nerve Power, Lost Energy, Lost Money. Paying for Medici^e tfyat did i}o good. RAPID ansPBEDY Recovery DUE TO Clements Tonic. Says Mr. M. Johnston, Geelong, Victoria, •who writes on the 19th September, 189G :■ - Those who havo nevor had a day's illnoss can not know the fooling of gratitudo that por montea the system of ono who, aftor days, weeks and yonrs of siokness, has been reatorod to strength and vigor through tho discovery of ono who has uacd his brains for tho ■ pur pose of restoring strength to tho sick. I was ono of these. For a considerable timo I was troubled with cxtromo lassitudo. I thought it was nothing but laziness, and tried to work it off, but it was of no avail. I beeamo ox trotnely Qnorvous, and was frequently afraid of falling, my dizziness was so great. I dotosted tho sight of food, and could hardly digest anything, and was ultimately compelled to lio up, all tho whilo taking medicine, and carrying out tho doctor's ordois. I loBt wo...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Brevities. Cable communication has been de layed during the week owing to the interruption of the Port Darwin line. -The Federal Convention has decided that the location of the Federal Capital is a matter for the Federal Parliament to decide. Messrs Moss, White and Go's., tobacco factory, Melbourne, has been destroyed by fire. Owing to the building being specially constructed to resist burglars, the fire men could make little headway in ex tinguishing the flames. As a mark of special favour seldom granted, Lady Sybil Primrose, daughter of Lord Rosebery, was accorded a private present »tion to the Queeu, and afterwards diaod with her Majesty in company with her fathor. A cyclone atMackay, Queensland, has done considerable damage, crops have been levelled and houses wrecked. Disgraceful practical jokes have been indulged in at Chiswick, England. Waggons from five different firms arrived at a house to deliver coals as the result of fictitious orders. A cask of beer arrived at the house...

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Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market. Edward Higgona, for Hill, Cla,xk, and Co., reports—About 100 yarded, to a fair atten dance of buyers. Competition was brisk throughout for all classes of cattle ; but val ues ruled hardly so good as the two preeodidg sales. I sold 815 head including tho follow ing :—300 New England bred bullocks to 70s Gd ; 300 froin.The Ballon, Queensland, bullocks, 54s 6d, stoors 39s Gd, cows 31a Gd ; 200 local oattle at top rates.

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COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

COMMERCIAL. Local Markets. C. J. Si'HAtt reports having sold at the Farmors' Union, as follows ; Buttor Gd to 7d. Eggs lOd to Is. . Honoy, 2id I'd. EJBaking Powder Cd to Is tin. Cucumbers Id to 2d dozen. Potatoes 2b to 2s Gd a qt. ■ Tomatoos Is qr. caso. Fowls Is lOd to 2s Gd pair. Onions 5s ewt. Rhubarb Id bdl .' ■ j Melons Is to 3s doz Pumpkins Is to 3s doz. French Beans, 4d per pock Squash, Gd doz R. Melons, lsGd to 4s. Grapes Ud to 2s ldqr caso ' Peaches 9d to 2s fldqr case. Nectarines 2s quarter ease. Plums Is Gd qr. case. Figs 2s Gd qr. case. Apples (cat) Is to 2s quarter case Pears Is 6d qr. case. Quinces, 2s Id qr case Y. Marrows Gd doz. Cabbage Gd doz.

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Too Diffident. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

Too Diffident". In a case before a Paris court, in \viiiclj. I a popular actress lias had' to appear' aS ! a witness, tlie .'hidgo seems to have"" shown considerable difildence aboufc asking the .lady,.Uis, lie! was- iiD duty, bound to do, what was her age. Evi dently lie considered that such ft ques- i t;lon, put to a witness, would be a direct incitement to perjury, so lie asked lier her age before she had been sworn.'; i ; "How old are-you, madam ■?'■■■ lie said, j After a little hesitation, the lady owned i to buhifc 20 years of a#fe. " And now thai; | you have told the court your age," con j tinned the gallant iludKo, " you swear, to tell the truth, the whole ti'tithV and noth-' inyr but the truth." r _ '

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Saved by a Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 12 February 1898

SaYed by a Bible. . \ ; The story oC a very/.narrow/ escape is related by Captain MacCarlaiie, of the King's Own Scottish .Borderers, Avho has just returned to Plmli. The gal lant oflicer, who is in hospital suffering from) bail gunshot wounds ip his arm received during the storming ot the Malakand Pass, relates that while the Borderers were forcing their way up under a-stonn of shot, a man near/him was hit heavily in the chest, and fell to the ground. He ran to his assistance, and on opening;' his belts, which wore. half cut away by the shot, discoveredthe'' ballot buried in. a liibie which tli.o soldicti;/ had carried in his bosom, and thug saved his life.;. ' The nianVhiid been;'ill. ."iii - .hospital.at Pindi some time, before,, and one of the nursing sisters had given him the Bible. • "'i -

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