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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

Cricket. (From our own Correspondent.) , In Saturday la»t a team of VVardr, - River cricketers journeyed over tbo mouniains to tiy their luck Moukerai elevon in a friendly gnmVof cricket. When wo arrived at Mr Barkwell'S place a very tempting din ner awaited us, prepared in thoicuBual .- good stylo by Mra W . liarkwell arm' . Miss liarkwell,, and judging by the way eatables disappeared, -flib ' ride must havo given our boys a gooiapne tito. Dinner over, feelin^g\^£jta^^^K«^^ tracks wore mado lor ground, and as the losors nat^^B^^^I ' dub ' up1 for tho dinner and a cn^ ket ball, each Bido did their host win. Play atarte|J about- 2 o'ch-ck tho Monkerai ti am going to the wickelB first, but owing to W. Galvin and W. Lambley's bowling beirg rather too warm, they wero all disposed of for 24 runs, J. lliggins being top score . with 10 (net out.) Wards River iliori took up tho batB and Bucceoded in putting together 45, before tho last wicket fell. A. Grant topping the list ? ; with 11. Bii...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Barrington. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

Barrington. Being ' anxious to know how my friends in general, and my own people in particular, were on the Barrington River after its recent overflow, I took advantage of the Easter holidays to visit that locality, and I found that the reports which have appeared in your valuable paper of the disastrous effects of the floods there have not been exaggerated On many farms soil, crops and fences have been swept away, while on others a deposit of sand and gravel has been left to the depth of several feet These over flows no doubt are intended and do fertilize many of the farms that be come submerged ; but I cannot under stand where the benefit comes in to those that are deprived of the top soil and those that have been covered with sand and gravel. Perhap3 someone will explain. Most, or all of the Barrington farmers are occupying Chuch and School Lands. Would it not have been a wise provision if the whole lands of the colony had been dealt with in the same way ? Among all the gloom occ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

Second Inning1'. E. Eell, b Galvin ... 10 J. Higgins, b Galvin ? ? .11 - w -\ Jas. Titcume, b Galvin o: 2 ? G. W. Titcume, b Galvin 5 - E. Barkwell, b Lambley ... 1 D. Noble, b Galvin ... 3 C. Moore, b Galvin .. 3. W. Barkwell, b Galvin .. 4 T. Titcume, b Lambley 0 E. Moore, run out ... 0 J. S. Titcume, not out 0 Sundries . 2 / Total ? 41

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

Eirst Innings. Jas. Titcume, b Galvin ... 0 E. Eell, b Latnbley ... 4 — II. Bark well, b Galvin ... 0 . ,v W. Barkwell, b Galvin . 0 G. Titcume, c'Galvmb Lambloy 2 J. Higgins, not out 10 C. Moore, hi n . 4 T. Titcume, b Lambley ... 0 ? - J. S. Titcume, b Galvin ... ' 0 D. Noble, c Galvin b Lambley 0 E. Moore, b Lambley . 2 ' 1 Sundries, ... .. 2 , Total ... . 21 - ' y

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

' WSLLIIil'^ifEe ' Ag. & Hor. Association ^SfiHEBWLE ? '10 UK COMPETED FOB. AT ^ Aximual ®31iii / --'cS^ -. _ /. , ; . ; ? ??' r ? ;' '*o bu itRr.n oy . 'Wiitd siy siixl Taursda ? -a r if Ma.y 2 1 sd. and 3rd, 18h4. All e^ubits jmoing Me Maine . of . tlie Exhibitor or a ? ?????'?????? ?-? Qrjsign printed , written or marked tlierct or in any other ioai/ attached thereto, when ?v-v: 7 ' . ; the Exhibitor may bo traced, will be ctisQualifi '.;- , - . - ' ~7Xc&ccpt m . the case of cxti a or noji-eoinpefiti exhibits. ? ? ? — Sssiion I ? parses. A 1 1 Kxliibifsi in tliis M'c.'tion.mnst bo tlio bona fide piopoi 1 : .oXNibitois.foi.nl loust oho month piior to dato of sho ^5*- BLOOD STOCK -i^'^CIuhs f^vili Stallion, .4 years and o.-er, 40s ; second 20s ' ?' ^ Stallion, '3 ycais and nndoi 4, 20s ; second 10s ;3 Stallion, 2 ycais and-undei 3, 20s ; second 10s 4 Ycailing colt or goring, 15s * 'p\'- '' jj Colt foal, 15s , nion 'i of foaling to bo specified ' -fe4. G Male, 4 yea ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Cl'lUrvCH SE li VICES. WHSI/HVAN. Sabbath S1I1. — Dnngng 10.30 and 7.30, | Rev. F. Dixo-i, ; Tele^heiry ? 10.110, Mr II. -rb rt Sbellon ; 1 Stroud 7.30, Mr \V. W,'-ba:n Monlctii-ai (Union Ciuuch) U.30. . Mr R-. Barnes ; Fonterton 3, Rev. V F. Dixon. * ItEV. F. DIXON

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

— i 7 iu il i i . ? ? — . Notice. P, * LL Stock TRESPASSrfffi/ in tlio ' A'' Slaughterhouse Paddq^Bf- will be ? impounded after this date/ A ^ ? THOS. CARLTON. Notice. I 'WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE - for any DEBTS whatevor.^ontrnc ted in iny name after this date with out my written authority, j ANDREW NEWELL, s^r., ' H ' Foaterton, Near Dungog. _ March 28, 1894. NOTICE. MR. JAS. SMITH is hereby au- ^ thoriBed to Impound' any Stock 'j] Trespassing on my Farm 'or Paddocks at Brookfield, after this date. TIIOS/ CARLTON. ~ Caution. I - WILL NOT be responsible for any debts contracted inniy name after this dato, unless by my.- written order. S. W^ISMANTEL. 1 i' * ? Johnston's Creek, ^ ^ March 24th, 1894. French Lessons. ^ MRS. MAGRIN will open classes for instructions in French, at : ' Dungog, on SATURDAYS, at 2 p.m. Terms, £1 Is per quarter. Those desirous of joining aro requested to communicato with Mrs Magriu, before March 30th. Terms for privato lessons on appli cation. MR. G. SELFE * R...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Civil nar haB again broken out in Samoa. ThjBre have beon soveral engagements, 35 being killed '50 wounded. ; ; . _Tlie Anna rebels in Samoa, who have been fighting with .the Government party, mutilated a prisoner and '[ sent his bend to the king at Apia. ' Much uncertainty and dread prevail among tho whites in Samoa, a massacre by rebels boing feared. The Vienna gasmen, 2000 in number, have struck work for the eight-hours 'principle, and prevented .others from taking their places. , ls. . 'The Times' urges Australia to abrttidiWi'-the con- struction of expensive standard trunk rail-way line3, in_ favor of cheaper lines reaching tho '.remoter dis-. tricts. 1 .t1-..,-; . It is estimated thnt 1000 pc.iple in Kurok, Eastern Russia,- are dying from starvation. A strike of uiiuers has occurred ot I lamiaii'a Cool gardie, for 47 insti'ad of 48 hours a week, j Electors' rights at Condobolin havo bevn found lying about in the strtets and posted up in hotel burs. ? ( i M. St. Hilaire declare...

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Latest News. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Latest IN ews. ? [By Telegraph.! ' LONDON, Sunday. 'l'lio remains ot the Iluugarian pat liqt, Louis KosbuiIi, arrived at Buda Pqst, and wero -accorded a tremendous ovhtion. Tho body is' lying in state and bas beon viowed by 150,000 people. The attempt to onforco stringent liquor laws in South Carolina has re sulted iu serious riots. Tho police made a raid on a number of tho dwel lings to^ ascertain whether they wero sly grog shops. A largo body of the population attacked tho police and drove them from tho town into tlio swamps, 21 detectives being killed or drowned. Tho Governor. caHed out the goldiory, but tliey refused to oboy orders and fire upon the rioters. The companies have beori disbanded incon sequence. Twelve persons wero roccntly buried' through an avalanche at Canyon Creek, Washington, U.S.A. Sydney, Monday. Colonial Treasuror, Seo who has just returned from a visit to '.ho Graf ton Electorate, expresses himsolf we1! satisfied with tho recoption accorded him. The „Juvori...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Municipal Council. A mee*iutf of tho Municipal Council wti9 held on Friday lust. There wore present — ? vUd. F. A. lTooko (Mayor), D. J. Uruyn, II. 0. Dark, J. Abbott, G-. Walker, und^J. Rob Bon. A lettor was read from Mr II. II. Brown, which ho hud received from tho Colonial Se cretary in reply to hid application for a spccinl subsidy of 10s in tho £ 011 rates col lected. From the Agricultural Association, calling attontion to tho bad stale of repair of the road leading to Show Ground, and asking that same might bo put in order before date of show. 1 Aid. Bark moved — That tho letior bo re ceived, and that the matter bo placed in tho I hands of the Works Committee. I Seconded by Aid. Walker and eurrio l. ! Mr. J Kelly mado application for permi-ision \o cart G loads of gravel from the qutii'ry- - which was granted. Aid. Bruyn moved — That tho council strike a rato nf 9d ir. tho £1, to bo collected lmlf» yearly, llo thought thnt quilo snflicient, and collecting it half yearly would ...

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Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Oopeland. (From our own Correspondent.) A great gloom was cast over this littlo community on Wednesday morn ing last, when it became known that Mr William Trewatha 0110 of our oldest, residents had died very suddenly through tho night. The doceasod had retired to bed iu tho host of spirits and health on Tuesday night some minutes I'oforo his wife. Not until .sho had spoken to hiin and failing to get a roply did she notice that soino torriblo illness had seized him, when she at once sought the help of her nearest neighbours. Dr Kennedy was imme diately sent for, arriving shortly aftor wards and did all that medical skill Tiould for tho sufforer, but to no avail For be lingored a few hours and died unconscious at 5 o'clock 011 Wodnosduy norning. Tho deceased was manager of tho Hidden Treasure Mine, and great sympathy is felt for tlio widow and daughter in their sad bereavement which camo so unexpectedly. Tho funeral was one of tho largest ever seen here, which followed the remains of ...

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MAITLAND. E. W. SPARK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

MAITLAND. 15. W. BPAUK's IlEPOIUV ? , 1 at Cuttle. — In cqnsequcnoo of tlio non-sal on Monday vory largo supplies woro yarded at ? Thursday's salcs.^. Although buyers at tended in good forco „tho supply proved . al together ooyond requirements,-. . and . values weakened considerably. -I bavo' sold— . On account of Wm Bicliards, 1!) coivs and heifers from iL'l 8s to £2 7s; Simon Richards, 22 cows and hcifors from £1 10s to £2 2s; J.W. Ltwrio, lu light bullocks from £2 Us. to £2 13s (id ; S. Richards, juii., 2 lici Fere' at dGl lis; ]). Ross, heifers at £2 'l3; J. Hall, cows from ?Jil 12s to JJ1 18s Gdj Tbos. Ritter, cows at JJllOsjU. II. Brown, bullocks at £3 lsj iT. N. Lawrie, cows at £2 8s,. '17 bullocks from £8 3s to £'1 5s ; 3. Lawrio, jun., 'J. bullocks at i&l, 2 cows at £1 18s. Pat Calves.— Supplies to-day woro ex cessive, and with only a limited demand values showed a decided decline, especially in inferior qualities. . - :?... ' ??? . ??.''?. Storo Cuttle. — No sales ...

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Church Services. APRIL. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Church Services. APRIL. - (iHITBOIl OP ENdr.AND Sunday Sfcb.— Dungog 8 (If.C.), 10.30 Hev. J. i^osper; 7.30,- reader ; - J. YOSPICK, INOUMUEM'. I'ltKSIIYTIiRIAK. Sabbath Sthi-^Dungog 10.30 and -7.30, Rev. D. Baird-; Balidun Grovo 3, !/? -Rev. D. Baird 5 .Big Creek 10 30, Mr G. A. Maekay. ItJiV. DAVID UAlltD. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Auction Sales. To Capitalists, Speculators ancl Others. Jolin Ilobson HAS roceived instructions from /owners to sclllby auction on an oarly dato, at thciliJfyal Hotel, Dungog, of which due no/ic I will be given. VALUABLE 1|L(JCK OF LAND, I cornor of Maokay and Dowling Streets, beilg portion of tho ?ltoyal Hotel property. Full particulars in future issue. 1 Sale of Booths, Stalls, etc Carlton and Abhott INSTRUCTED by the committee of the W. R. A. and II. Association WILL SELL by, auction xon the Show G-round on ; SATURDAY NEXT, April 7ta, 1-Spiv the rights of.tho fol lowing priviftgos-for the Anuual Show, at 4 p.m., viiXV No. 1 PUBLICAN'S BOOTH - ,NP-2 ,V\\ ; No. 1 RElfelSHMEKT -BOOTH . (witlVt-Vght: of ? . supplying Judgos aW-Stowards Dinner) No. 2 REFRESHMENT BOOM No. 1 CAKE & LOLllY STALL - No. 2 CAKEjS LOLLY STALL Terms Cash. - - ' G aiitoii and Abbott HAVE ... received instructions - from ? Mr.-'.O; Phillips to sell by aliction . at ? liia. resilience on SATURDAY NEXT, t...

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Barrington. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Barrington. From our own Correspondent. Flood I flood ! flood 1 is tlio univcral theme here, Mr Editor, and has boon sinco tlio 6th instant. Wo read your graphic report of the floods at Dnngng, and iff) dis- 1 astrons effects, and lest you should havo too much of it at otico, have resorvod my report for a week or two. i Ix: heavy ram of the 3rd anil 4th March followed by the excessive rain of tho 8th and morning of tho Gtli causod the highest flood known to liavo occurred in tho Harrington and Glou center rivers. The rivers began to riso on tho morning of tlio Gth at a vory rapid rato and boforo 110011 had broken over tho banks and spread from hill to bill boing twenty-fivo to thirty feet abovo tho ordin ary level. Tho riso was so sudden, and its height so unexpected, that is it almost a miracle that no lives we-o lost. Messrs. -\rrowsniith, Dor..ld Meliae, Drumiuond, Corn's'i, and McKinnon woro compelled to vaeato their houses and seok sholto. upon highor grounds. All tho farmers a...

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Fashionable Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Fashionable WetMing. A recent Christchurch (N.Z.) fash ionable marriage was conducted on tho 'rational dress system;' in other words the bride and bridesmaids all wore knickerbockers, vests, and coats. But they didn't ut- iu for tho nlaiii. serious looking male article, as is evi denced by tho following gorgeous des cription : — ' Mrs Wilkinson ivoro stone-l.luo bengaline coat and knickcrs, crratn gold embroidered vest, a wroalh of natural flowors, and bridal veil (ye gods ! knickorbockers, orangoblos soniB and bridal veil 1 — it sounds hko stewed rhubarb and mashed potaiocs on ono plate 1) draped prettily, but not covciins; the l'aco.aa usual. MisB Wiilkor woro a suit of lemon mar veilleux sntm, tlio close-fitting tunic being trimmed with rich laco and edged with a niching of 'itself; the gonoral effect somewhat suggestive of a lius sian skating dress. Mrs Burn wore a suit similar to the bride's, but of gold- 1 brown cashmere, tho vest trimmed with broad silk embroidery, and - the ...

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Myall River. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Myall River. { From our own Correspondent) Rain has been falling hero for some weeks past. We have experienced two very high floods which have done considerable damage to crops ingener-' al. Sinco then the rain has been fall ing more or less every day which will add 'considerably to- the amount of damage done by recent floods. As the maize never gets'a chance to dry, a considerable amount of damaged maize may be expected. We regret to have -to announco two deaths in one week which is a rare occurrence in this locality. Mrs D. Dorney passed away on Tuesday the 20th inst. at the age of CO years. She bad boen ailing for somo time and once or twico it was found noce.fsnry to call in medical aid but nothing of a serious nature was vaiiticipated--by hor family relations previous to the'last attack, which baffled mediaal skill. Profound sympathy is expressed for Mr. Dorney and family, of which there are a num ber of grown up sons and daughtors, some'of whom are married and reside in differ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

BAKER, Practical 'Tai'lor. Dowling-strci't, l.'INOCG BEGS to ri'tuni t! n-Jt- In nnnwroup customers for f h Mi- iiw-t eu|'P'rt, nnd Urust» Iv ttrict nttrntion to kifincss, In merit a ojntinuanec of tlioir patronage. - I'nore is no need t« send away for Clothes wiiuntliev can bo mado us Cheap and as I v Uuod in tho town. I ' A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Twcedfl, Cloths, ..Docpkins, Scrgoe, / ? ' : Llamas, Buckskins, : Worsted a-d Beavci ontinfp, Bedford and Manchester Cords, f.-.r*.*: ~ Hair Lines, 'Elo. .rAro nll of tho Best Material to pick from, ; .-and well shrunk boforo making up 't-Y Tlie W.R.S.N. Co. -V'- - ' (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. i&k-;: '- Tlio Company's Steamer Cooreei ' ' ? eaves Clarence Town with Passengers ?;v - and Oaroo on MONDAYS, WED ? * - NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 r.'. ???; ? a.m., and. Newcastle on TUESDAYS, i? THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS i«K.T.»rat 9.16 aim., until further notice. !r E. LYALL, Secretary. - J. A. JONES, , FAMILY BUTCHJB.JR. ( 1* , DTOaf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

' .Ptroimneo etbuv TUESBA r 4A7) FRIDAY '? , ' .Mornings, AND CONTAINS Latest Tclcgraphicf Commercial, . Local $ General News. TERMS (in Advance^ Per Qunrtor ? ? ? Per Tear ? 20s 1 1 ? ? ? ? ? * Tlie, only PapqtfpublTBlid-d in, tljo Duuham ? Electorate. ? -\r:— . . An cxccltcnl ' .31 1! D I U 31 ' Onsiial ^VlvorlmcnicnlH ? ' . ? Por .'Inch^ ... ? v.? ? Evory mibseiiuont lnuli . -1/0. Spccial Low Quotation* for ^iawdinq At Irertisements

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 April 1894

Local find General. ? Cituiicii of England.— Tho Harvest Thanksgiving Sei vices in connection with the Church of England have been 'pptfpontd to tho second Sunday after the Show. Police Couiit.— On Thursday a groom named Cl-as. Smith, was charged with steiiling the sum of £1 from a young man named Pearson, in the employ of Mr. S. II. Lee, baker, and _ was sentenced to 14 days imprisonment with hard labor. Wanoat. — Mining matters are be ginning look up a bitat Wangat; Tu lip and Suinmerville, who recently took up Tierney's old claim, at the back of the Wenga Wonga, have done' a lot of woik. . Tliey put in a tunnel 80It. in a few weeks, and have been rewarded for their labour by striking a reef which shows splendid gold. During tho wot weather the Wonga Wonga mine became flooded, but Haxby, B03 lo ai;d party have it now bailed out. Tliey are down about 300ft. and intend to sink another 50ft on the good shoot of gold, which they followed some time ago. It will be some three months bef...

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