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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

CRICKET. In the intercolonial cricket match, New South Wales v. South Australia, commenced here on Saturday, tho visi tors were disposed of for 117 runs iu their first innings. To-day, tho N.S. W. commenced their first inninps. nnd Innt.Rnvnn winttAtn for 291 ruus. The principal scorers wore, Moses (not out) 100, Newell 60, Iredale 64, Murdockl9; McPherson, 32; Calla way, not out 60. All out for 393. - i ?

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE WAKE OF FORTUNE. (COPYRIGHT.) AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

IN THE WAKE OF ; FORTUNE. (corymanT.V AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. BY IVAN DEXTER. CHAPTER VIII. — Continued, Trenownth eagorly complied, and for the next hour the two men passed the time in conversation. The young man plied his - cider companion with questions as to tho physical features of the almost unknown country they intended to prospest,.and the answers he received were clear, concise, and km I At the end of about an hour tho visitors from Inglewood were announced. Their nameB were Norton, and Both of them were comparatively young men. The elder, Joseph, was about thirty years of age, whilst his brother Tom was a couple of years younger. They were really fine specimens of manhood and most of their lives had been spent on the Victorian gold fields; Their parents lived at Inglewood and were fairly comfortable, as the father and ... his sons had been lucky enough to bottom - on a ? rich patch near Tarnagulla about a ^year previously. * ? . They were just^the stamp of men which Grey had ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

r i umiimiKnimmMn— wnMi.Mai Notes. * Two Dungog young ladies wero overheard on New ' Year's Day last, discussing tho merits of tho stilea .leading to tho local park, which they woro in tho act of croising. Said ono of them warmly : ' I wish to goodness that the corporation, or whoover has thoBo stiles in charge, would alter them so that wo needn't bp making an ex hibition of ourselves (looking down at her exposed legs), in crossing tliuni.' ' Oh, I .dou't,'was llie calm , reply. ' How's that,' answered the other in surprise. Why, bocause, returned tho other,- ?' I reckon - these stiles bring about half - tho marriages that take tako place in Dungog. # # * Thoro is a little jolco told- at the ox pense of a certain moan young man from Clareneo Town during a recent visit tn Sydney. Johnny Buinmer, as he shall bo called, was in the iia'iit of tailing drinks from ns many of his friends as chose to offer thorn, aud per sistently forgetting to return them. Wbon in -tho Metrop, thon, he fre...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

fii.MUMrfwiWi.) ? ? ? Iiwi v '- . WIRA GrUBLA, . Butter Factory. THE above factory has now comnicncod 1 operations. Milk purchased in nny quantities at Iiiglicst factory rates. Cons sup \ lied at lowest cost, if required. ? ? Full particulars cn appliea'ion to . HOOKE BROS. 'ROYAL Mail Coaches. w . . ' ON find after tho 1st of January coaches 1 will leave daily at 11.30 to- ami from : ? Dungog ond®Wcst Maitland/ via Paterson. PosscDgora can book at Lillyman's Hotel, or at Privato Residence, tlio old Chronicle Office, . Dowling Btroot. All parcels sent in our caro v will bo strictly attended to. ? Theao coaches catch tlio Nowcastlo train. '? - 4 PnOPBIBTOBS : CHAMBERLAIN & PREST. Bank of New South Wales. ; Authorised Capital ... £3,000,000. - Paid up Capital as oil 15th ?. /' ?* Deo, 1893 ... £1,625,880. Koservo Fund as on 15tb Dec., 1803 ... £1,103,845. DTUaBOgr 'Brancli.. HIGHEST Current Rates of In terest allowed on Fixed Doposits, and all other usual Banking Business ? Tr...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

They Say. That unless wo tiavo rain shortly bush fires will be much in evidence. That 1893 was one of the worst years .the colonies over experienced. That it is sincerely to be hoped the coming one will show a considerable improvement. That the Dungog Corporation are getting tneir work done remarkably cheap. That this is satisfactory or other wise, according as to whether one is employer or employee. That there promises to be as much mystery re the identity of 'Jack J ones' as over the legality or otherwise of tho Electoral Act. That Mr Alfred Ryan should en lighten the public ro the merits of the one, even through he Bhould scorn to I have anything to do with tho othor. I That the Newcastle crickotors ex [ press-;d anxiety to havo tho entertain ing- Alfred contcst one of their elec torates. i That our labor candidate is one of i the institutions of the town, i That if tho next House is elected i under tho now Electoral Act, as it j stands, tlioro will be sufficient cranks | in many...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sweets of Women's Lift. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

Sweets of Women's Life* DT NKLLIS AHMHTIIONO. A babe at rest on mother's breast, Too young to smile or weep, _ Ooneoious of naoght but mother's love So sweet is infant's sleep. A child at play in meadows green, Pluoking the fragrant flowers, Ohasing the bright-winged butterflies — oo sweet are ouuauuuu o uuuio. A maiden fair as early dawn, Radiant with overy grace, Gladd'ningthe eyes that look on her— * So sweet is beauty's faoe. A softly blushing, downoast look, Marmur of startled dove, Answering another's tender words— So sweet is maiden's love. A white-robed virgin kneeling low, Before God's altar bows, Forever joined two hearts and bands— So sweat are marriage vows. A youthful mother bending o'er, Her first-born beautions boy, Forever hers till death shall part^* So sneet a mother's joy. The matron in life's autumn time, With young life clustered o'er, Her obildren'aohildren olaspher knees-* So rioh in autumn's rtore. Germany maintains its unenviable repu tation as the fatherlan...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THE SPRIGGINS SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

TH f SPRIGGINS' SUPERSTITIONS. By Elaine Mosooubt. Mr. Ebon Spriggins wo* a confirmed bachelor. He bad been Btranded upon the' shoals of bachelorhood by a false maiden who had clop'ed at the lost moment with a hand somer man. TChon hima*1f hod not invested much aentl. ment in the affair. Indeed, his entire stock, was small, very small) or else circumstances had never developed it. He bad reckoned on settling up a farm and homo of his own, and by.the aid of bis dot ing mother's suggestions, and the ready en dorsements of Susan's fathor's approval, ho had somehow conquored his' bashfulness enough to become engaged to her. Mr. Splicer,' Susan's father, had wood land adjoining on to theirs, and Eben was in* dustrious and ' forehanded ' — too saving in fact, to bo properly dressed. He had contracted no objectionable habits, never smoked nor'drank to excess, and was freo from the foppish dandyism which waa the sum of all Bins to plain Deacon Spliccr, and one in whoso wake ruin and retribu...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Little Old-Fashioned. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

Idttte^OUl-Vas/tionctl, . ^ As prim as a lily in some quiet nook, ? . She sits by herself, with her slate or her ^ - book, / And hears with an air patronisingly gay v The voices of other sweet children at play. .- Demurely sho sighs, by which you infer That such romping and merriment are not ? for her; But someone's heart whispers that she is her . ?pearl, Her little home-body, ber old*fasbioncd girl* . j She ' plays tea' alone by a sofa or chair, l ? liocks baby to sleep with a matronly air, Then sews by the cradle. With glasses on, Bhe A pocket edition of granny would be. ? ? When mother looks careworn, ah I quickly, she sees, And knows how a few soothing lovc-wordi will please, Then in that dear lap lays each solt, shining curl: She's mother's owu comfort, herold-fashioucd I girl. i When twilight has mellowed the loud play* ? : ? - time din, She quietly asks, ' Are the children all in . Or, watching the gate, when a footstep comcs near, . She whispers, 'That's father; I'm so glad...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Fairy Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

Fair}/ Gold . ' Once on a time,' the stories say, . . The wee green elves would often cast, Bright heaps of gold in mortals' way ; But fairy gold would never last. I know 'tis true; you ask me how? My dears, they sometitnes do it now I , If you some morn will come with me,— My blue-eyea Jan, my urown-eyea iass,— I'll take you where you'll shout to see The qay gold glistening on the grass. Your small, hot hands you both may AU, And leave the meadow shining still. But, bidden watchers, all the while, Are tittering softly to themselves; Alas 1 you little gueBB the guile ?And roguish mockery of the elves! Too soon you'll find, as 'I have toldL That buttercups are fairy gold I —Helen Gray Oohi, Her opinion she carefully tnaskf, ? Herself she keeps neat and trim, So ever in sunshine she basks, By simply deferring to him* Mr W;F. Denning, a well-known as tronomer in England, has taken about three hundred observations of the red spot on the p anet Jupiter since it mude its uppeuruuee some n...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 January 1894

Local and General. In Self Defence— The woman, Mrs. Hyde, who shot her husband dead at Young Wallsend recently, has been acquitted by the coroner's jury. They found that she fired the shot in   self defence. Hyde had continually ill-treated her for some years. i Wi:s M yaN. —Tho Quarterly - Moot ing was hold at the Parsonage on Wednesday. Owing to delay |n receipt ofjlriaaoial returns tho balanco sbeot could not bo closed. The meolioq transacted important businosa. The officers aro hoping for a ^successful now yoar. . A Suveiih Rebuke.— A clorgyman was onco annoyed by people talking and ftigglin« during tho sorvico: He paused, looked ijt tlio disturbers, - and said : ' Somo years since, as I was speaking, a young man who pat before mo was continually laughing, talking, and making uncouth grimaces. I tftiueed and administered a severe re buko. After tho close of tho services a gontloman said to. mo : ' Sir, you mado a great mistake, -that young man was an idiot.' Sinco t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Church Services. JANUARY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

Church; Services. JANUARY. Oncnon or England Sunday 1-ltli — Dungog 8, H.C., 10.30, Rev. J.-Yospor ; 7.30, lay roudor ; Glen Wil liam 3, and Cluronue Town 7.30, 1/er. J Voflper j Ilcmlolba 3 ; Chieliestur 10.30 a.m. J. VOSTICR, iNOUMIlUNr.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Oranges From China. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

Oranges From China. The 'North Queensland. Herald' rTownsviIle) says :. It seoins that a regular trade in orange3 lias sprung up between China and tins port. Two or three shipments have beon received which find a good market, despite the met buai; iu uisiricis less tuuu xuu nines away tboro is an over-abundance. By ttie steamer Tartan, winch arrived on l Saturday last, the firm of Messrs : Yoo I Woh Loong and Co. received a con- ! signiroiit in splendid condition. The I .The fruit is grown in the neighbour hood of Canton, whore it is shipped. It is packod tightly in close cases, each orangn heitig wrappod in tough tissue i paper, and in 15 days is landed lior'e. | On arrival the fruit is' tiansferred to | ordinary open cases, and on the wrap .pors-bcing. removed is seen to bo with- j out blemish of any kind. The variety tbat;we liaye seen haB firm, tough skin, which is a consideration in such a long journey, whilo' the flayour is sweet aud i refreshing,- the only fault being a great...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

.Rainfall. Mr li. L. Alison has kindly supplied us with the following particulars of' the rainfall at Dungog -for the year 1893 — Months Points Days January 5 57 14 February 8 24 15 March 15 49 19 Apul' 210 - 15 May 53 4 June 6 30 15 July . 3 53 13 August 4 82 12 Septembei 1 34 7 October S 80 16 November 3 49 14 : ? December ... . 1.85 ... - 9 Total 62 06 ' 153 ' I

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

They Say. That tho late rain was worth two or throe thousand pounds to tho district. That Mr T. Irwin, of Telligra, has a trial crop of mastodon maize this season. ' Ho says it- is earlier, more proline, and more suited to the dis trict than the old kinds. Mr. ' Toby' Barton liaB been talk ing Federation to a Melbourne au dience. . That tho advocacy of federation will bo played for all it is worth at tlie next general election. That steps should be taken to secure what is known^as the police paddock os a park for Dungog. That the local cricketers will beat the AlbioiiB in their match to-inorrow, or die in tho attempt. j That Miss Aldrich's danciug class will bo opened to-morrow night. j ,.- That tho Masonic syndicate con- I template erecting a 10 lioad stampor I battory at their miue, Cobark, to re- I placo tho presont 3 head machmo. I

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

The Salvation Army. A writer in 'tho Datt.v Tkluohai'ic thus deals with tho Army : There seems to ho a g 'iioral desiio among*fc mombors of tho Salvation Army to buy tho martyr's crown at tlio lowost pos siblo nrico and wear it for aslreothat I Somo of -thorn are continually gotti'g in tlio way of persons in authority o:i behalf of tho local public, and refusing to got out of it until forcibly removed Tlio courFO of pr coduro of these moral gladiators is to indulge in bo havior of a disturbing kind, which, in tho interest of public peaco and com fort, has boon penalised. Tins is sup posed to bo challenging tho Dovil to como out aud do his worst jiwt to show how Joyful Bob, Skipping Eiiza, and tho rest nf tho bizarre saints can stand it. Then tho brood of tho evil one appear, chiefly in tho shapo of municipal officers and constabulary with an Irish accont, and, after being duly prayed for, shift tho whole pro cession further along, or run the more eitUHivo portions or. it inco a aamp...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CLERGYMAN ON GAMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

a clergyman on v GAMBLING. . . Preaching at the Wesleyan Church, Bathurst, the Rev. C. E. James said the colony had yet to learn that the money Erizes ought not co be obtained y the expenditure of £\ with the chance of £30,000 in a huge lottery. There was little chance of commercial prosperity until more righteous views of money matters obtained cur rency, and the people were more consistent in the adminis tration of the laws. What, he asked, could be thought of a community w li o inflicted punishment on a few miserable Chinese and judged tho heathen with enlightened Christian sen timent, and at the same time made it possible for persons to unblushingly advertise. ' Double and straight-out bets on all events ' without inter ference from the law ? What was to become of the people whose rulers and Governors openly patronised a sport which by the confession of the most secular section of the press was the rotten source of social and individual corruption ? A Fearful Dea.th.-A young man...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

WI-IE Dungog ShrGnicl'; ,tx/- i- unu.i v a nu a r.ouc::sTER j dDi'E/rrrMKn. Di'Nii'uii, 1''k[ua5 , Jan. 12, 1 S'.JJ..

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Water Spout at Kiah Lakes. THOUSANDS OF SHEEP KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

Water Sjx-ut_at Kiah Lakes. J ' THOUSANDS^ r SHiIlEP KILLED ?Cs —?—?—J j Reports are received of damnge#bv 1 Roods throughout the Cooina district | ?It, is estimated ' that between 90,000 and . 100,000 sheep have bton lulled by :.v- the cold or droivned Mnnv nmnll I v s paBtoralists lost most ofrtlieir sheep, fences have been .washed away in all -- directions, and haystacks ? and crops destroyed. One person on Dry Plain lost absolutely all Lis stock of sheep, horses, and cattle. On Kiah Lalto station house ou I IVioay a waterspout broke, Sin of ?' ram falling in an hour. Tho - down r pour destroyed ev'ory yard of fencing I on the homestead, stripped tlio fruit trees of their leaves, . and now hnil i stones lio piled up some feet deep in | thb garden. The house was swamped, iind sherp and cattle, and cattle, and i 10 1 of hay just cut wero washed away. The manager of Kiah Lake, Mr D. I 0 Pearson, narrowly escaped being ! *? washed away in his buggy. - Not a *- fence is left around fo...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Lady Mayor of Onehunga. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

The Lady Mayor of Onehunga. The installation of Mrs. Yates the lady Mayor of Onehunga, New Zealand, may be described as an interesting ceremony. Mrs Y. was dressed in a neat blueand white print dress with white fvniif nnrl ntlffWl slfAPVHS. Dvftl' , this she wore a white Zouave jacket, and she had on a white gem sailor hat. Dr. Erson, the retiring Mayor, welcomed her with clue formality, and trusted she would take to heart the motto, emblazoned on the mayoral eliair. The screed ran thus: ' Be just, and fear not.' Mrs. Yeates, in reply, ? resented the allusion. She did not require to be reminded of the motto, as she had ' been that' all her life. She did not connect the resignation of certain couuncillors with her own election, and trusted that the Town Clerk for his own honor as a man had not re signed his on that account.. The affairs of the borough had been carried on under malt1 ad ministratioii in a most unsatis factory manner tor the past 17 years, but she was going to change a...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Improved Dairy Appliances. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894

Improved Dairy Appli ances. 'J Jio gi'oivUi of tlio dairy fanning in dustry in New South Witlcs has, dur ing tho past few yenis, been vory mai'kcd. !3y tlio latest estimates it is calculated that thcro aro not far sliort nf llirnn liniull'nd hlltior. chocSP. aild bacon 1'aetorioii in tho colony, with ma- ] chinory and plant valued at ono hun- I drcd and lifty thousand jiounds. Tho turn -ivi*r of tlio dairj ing indiiBtry ?£ or 1892 was ostiinated at £2,500,000, which, during the past twolvo months has probably been inure used by anothor half » million. It is estimated also thai tlio prosent year will show a tvtal export of butter from Australasia, of fully £1,000,000. Those are facts of the utmost importanco. Dairying is rapidly becoming a great im'iuiial in dustry. livery advance made, in tho way of impiMVtd appliances, must bo regarded with gratification as an im ! nortiuit ffitin 'o tho colony at largo. No doubt this rapid development of the butter making industry, may to a to a l...

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