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"New Australia." [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
' ' New Australia.' | It is impossible not to fiel regret (it tho troubles of the l and, of Now Aus tralians who started with sucli high hopes in tho Royal Tar to found a now settlemont in far off Paraguay. Thoy almod at makiug it an object lesson of froedom both politically and socially. It had boon preached by Lane McKnanght atid others from north to south, and even in domccrutic New Zealand, that Australia was hopolessly capitalistic ; workers could not obtain just righto, and throughout the whole sovon colonies no suitable place could bo found for a settlement of freo men; they wore all pretty well played out, bo 1000 poople, uitli a gross capital of over £G0,000, docided to loavo our Bhores and found a new commonwealth in a new and untried distant land. There were some features of the movoinent which callod forth admira tion, evon from those who wero per suaded that tho enterprise would fail. There was something about it of the audacity of gonius. No ono could question tho stre...
Church Services. APRIL. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
Church Services. APRIL. Gntraon of Ehqland Sunday 1st. — Dungog 10.30 and 7.30 ; Claronce Town 11' (H.C), and - 7.30 ; Bondolba 3 p.m. _ J. VOSPKU, Incumbent. 1'llKSIIYTHBIAIf. Sabbath 1st.— D'ingng 10.30, Mr F. A. Hooke, 7.30, Mr G. A. MaC kayj; ' Monkerai' 11, Mr: J. A. 'Mackenzie ; ' Telleghc-ry, 10.30. Rev. D. Baird ; Booral 3, Rev. D. Baird ; Stroud 7.30, Rev. D. Baird. EEV. DAVin BAIRD. Wbsleyak. Sabbath 1st. — Dungog 10.30, Rev. R. . J-. Middleton, 7.30-Rov. F. Dixon; ?Bandon Grove 3, Rev. F. Dixon; Chichester 10.30J Rev. F. Dixon. ? 11BV. J?. D1XOH Baptist. Lord's Day 1st. — Thai aba 3, Mr Robt. Berry, . - sen.,' .7.30 Evangelistic Service; Fhsterton (U.C.) 3, Pas tor 11. J. Middloton. K. J. MIDDLETON. ' ?iPabtor
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
Municipal Council, A special meeting naB held on Wed nesday afternoon. There were present Aid. E. A. Hooko (maror) D. J. Bruyn, H. C. Dark, J. Abbott, Geo. Walker and J. Robson. A letter lyas read from Mr. H. H. Brown, he special grant for bridge over Myall Creek. He would do his nest to secure same. Last year ae made application for this bridge, but it was refused on the report of Mr. Wright. The Lands Department ecknowled ged tlio receipt of application for de dedication of land as a gravel quarry, within the Municipality, and stated the matter had I een referred to the dis trict surveyor. Mr Quong Tart sent a circular to the Council, stating that a public meeting would be he'd in Sydney shortly to agitate for suppression of the opium traffic, and asking that the council might send a representative, or paBS a resolution expressiug sympathy with tho movomenfc. Aid. Abbott moved — That Mr Quong Tart's letter be received and acknowledged, and that he be inform ed that he had the full...
The Inspiration of the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
The Inspiration of the Bible. The following is a resume of the sor mon preached by tlie Rov. 1). Baiid, I on Sunday morning last : — i I. 'The solid basis of fact on which the Bible rests.' Tho fallowing is a quotation on tho above subject from tlio confession of faith of the Presbyterian churches: — 'Although the light of nature, and tho works of crention and providence, do so far manifest the goodness, wisdom, and power of God, as to leuvo men in excusable, yet- they aro not sufficient to givo that knowledge of God, and of his ivill, which is necesfary urilo salvation; therefore it pleased the Lord, at sun dry time*, and in divers manners, to reveal himself, and to d- claro His will unto His church ; iiihI al'lorwai'dp, for the better pre .Giving and propa gating of His truth, nnd for tho more sure establishment and comfort of the church against tho corruption of the flesh, and tho malice of satnn and of the world, to commit the same wholly unto'writing ; which maketh the Iloly Sc...
Stroud. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
Stroud, I (From our own Correspondent.) . :. - The annual Easter meeting in con nection with St. John's Church, was hold |in the schoolroom on Tuesday. ? The Rev. G. F. Rushforth presided. Before calling for the Treasurer's statement, the chairman made a few remarks, thanking all those who had assisted in the past year, and asked for more workers, especially in the Sunday School. The Parochial Coun cil had met the Bishop in b inference, who pointed out that as the Diocesan Council were not in a position to make ' grants as formerly, there was need of ? more Belf-help in every parish. His Lordship urged the establishment of one church fund, from which all work ing expenses of tho Church, including clergyman's stipend, should be paid, and recommended more frequent col lections of contributions. The Paro chial Council passed a resolution adopt ing the Bishop's suggestions, and t!,e new arrangement would begin from this Easter. Mr P. IT. Street read the churchwardens' statement of ac co...
A THREATENING DANGER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
A THREATENING DANGER. 7 1 - tho Editor. Sir, — In reply to your co: respon- dent, Mr Duffy, I beg to stato that not much brain power is necessary to trace tho policy of Protection at the cost of others, back to the beginning of history. It was introduced by Adam aud Eve, and developed by their first born sou, Cain. This. sort of law has ruled over since, thereforo I shall not attempt to dispute tho pi digree of protection so cnlled. It was n.'t suffi- cient that individuals should bo pro tectionists at the cost of others, bonco l'olicios to tntiinliiiu the principle have, from timo.to time, been introduced and legalised as occasion required. Such policies produce, class privilege, class robbery, and class strife. — The nationally legalised ' Cain ' power, not only robs from Abel, but holds the .legal right to murder him if occasion requires. My system dates from the new era, and tho pioneer of it having been mur dered by the legalised protectionist power of the day — Cain power — wa...
Bandon Grove, 1st. Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
Bandon. Grove, 1st. Innings. H, Simmons, b Bignell, 13 ; J. Ken nedy, c E. Irwin, b F. Irwin, 5 ; J. iLWallis, stp, F. Irwin, b Bignell, 3 ; J. ? J. Kennedy, stp. F. Irwin, b Bignell, 0 ; B. Foster, run out, 5 ; W. Foster, b F.' Irwin, 0 ; C. Bignell, b Bignell, 0; J. Kennedy, notout, 1 ; S. Bignell, stp. Irwin, b Bignell, 0; 0. Bignell, ipno«t,~0; by es, 1 ; ' total, 28.
Latest News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
Latest \Mews. [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday. The Legislative Council introduced, last night into tho Mining on Piivate Lands Bill a cl uiso intondod as a sife guard for lands used for agricultural purposes. The clauso was unpalutable to tho Government, tho further con sideration of the Bill was at onco sus pended. DrMcLareu announced in the Coun cil last night that.the Government in tend to introduce legislation dealing with private banks. At tho Central Police Court yes terday in the trial of Robert Uopo Atkinson and George iS^proia, who were committed for trial on a c'largo of having maintained a land lottery, some startling evidence was adduced. The Department are considering the advisability of tho appointment of a butter grader, and also the erection of cooling shi'ds at the railway sta tion. The cricket match, New South Wales v. Queensland, which was con cluded yesterday, ended in a win for N. S. Wales by 2 wlckots and 1 run. Latest news from Coolgardie reports that the rou...
BENDOLBA SCHOOL BOYS v. BANDON GROVE SCHOOL BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
: Bendolba. School Bors v. Bandon ' Gkove SohooIi Boys. The ab'ove match was played on the . Bandon Grovo wieket on Saturday .'/?last, and resulted in an easy win for the Bendolba boys by 133. Following '' are' the scores. — - Bendolba, 1st. Innings. F. Irwin, not out, 98 ; H. Bignell, h o w, b J. Kennedy, 26 ; A. Bignell, h o w, b J. Kennedy, 10 ; F. A. Irwin, c Wallis, b Foster, 5 ; E. Irwin, b B. Foster, 0 ; H. Perrin, c and b Ken ^ nrftly, 4 ; H. Henny, c J. Kennedy, b Wallis, 7 ; S. Levey, b J. Wallis, 1 ; sundries, 10 ; total, 161.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
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ARABELLA C. C. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
? ' ARABELLA C. 0. First Innings. - \ G.- Hudson, b A. Moore ... 0 II. Huxstead, c and b Webber 1G J. Huxstcad, b.T. Webber ... 15 ' A. Deards, c A. Boots, b Moore 5 \.G. Duggan, b J. Hodges ... 1 W. Fisher, b J. Webber ... 2| J. Jewhurst, b J. Hodges ... l ' S. liapson, b J. Hodges ... 2 F. II uxtead, run out '? ... ' 2 W. Levey, not out ... 7 F. Deards, b J. Wobber . 0 Sundries ... . .4 ? Total ? ;? ... 55
WARDS RIVER. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
WARDS RIVER * Eirst Innings. E. Newton, b G.Titcutne ... 2 : J. Newton, b G. Titcume ... - 0 W. Galvin, b G. Titcume ... 2 H. Eahey, b E. Eell .2 J. Daley, c Barkwell b Titcume 5 A. Hile, b H. Barkwell ... . H. Relf, not out ... 8 - » A. Grant, run out .. 11 ^ W. Lambley, b Titcume 1 ' S\ J. Cruichsliank, b Titcume . 2 A. Newton, h o w ... 0 Sundries ... . 4 Total 45 1/
First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
First Innings. W. Bouts, c Iluxteid b Dcnrdo 1 J. Hodges, c Fishor b Denids 2 J. Wubber, h o w, I) Donrds ' 11 J. Hunny, thrown out, c Fmhor I A Boots, b F. Deards ... 9 A. Moore, b W. Fishor ... 1 ft Kennedy, b \V. Fisner ... 0 II. Muddle, b F. Deards- ... 5 W. Muddle, li F. Deards ... 0 E. Bradbury, h o w, b F. Dearda 2 E. Newoll, not out ... 4 Sundries ...-2 'Total ... 38
No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894
On Easter Monday a match was j played at Arabella, between the Dun- *_ gog Albions and Arabella C.Cs., which resulted in a win for Arabella by, 17 ' run on the first innings, there not be ing sufficient time to finish the second innings. The visiting team arrived about a quarter to 12, after a rough journey, ine rouus ue lug iu a uuu suae after the recent wet weather. A Btart was made soon alter arriving, the. Albions securing first bats ; but they were soon disposed of, making a total of 38. J. Webber 11 and A. Boots 9 being tup scorers ; the bowling of E.i Deards and W. Eislier getting tlfiin a bit confused. The Arabella men did not fare so badly, their score reaching 55 when the last wicket fell, the Hux stead brothers (Harry and Jack) f playing sound cricket for 15 and 16 ???.,-??? to the bowling of Amos. Moore and A Boots ; at nearly the close of the inn ings; it was thought fit to make a change, the renowned Dabbo. Hodges going on, with the result that the last few of the wick...