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

? In Memoriaia. WHITEHOUSE.— In moinory of our dear bolovcd bud, Whiter ^Edward Daniol, who departed this lifo on March 25th, 1891,'ngcfl Qvo years and' ten montlic. Not dead but gone boforp. Suiter tho little children j6 cmno unto Mo, iind forbid thorn not, fdr s'ucli is tlio kingdom of heaven. / / - Wlion wo see a protiotfH blossom, Thnt wo tendcil/witf] stich cure, Rudely, taken from our Jfosoin, Leaves our iidliint btarts despair. Round itB littljTgr/vjr wo linger, Till the settinKpini is low, Feeling hit our jjopes have perished, With tho (lower wo cherished so. Inserted by his loving^paronts, Samuel and Anuio Whitehouse. iflHE Dnngog Gh-r enisle, AND U Villi AM AND GLOUC.-.STSll ADVlillTISER. Dungoo, Tuksdai, Ai'itir. 3, 1894.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANNED VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

CANNED VEGETABLES. Peas, string beans and corn can bo put up this way: Put the raw vegatable in. clean cans and cover well with- water ; close the cans air tight, cover with boiling water and let boil about an hour j then prick a hole in the top of tho can. to let tho gas escape, after which solder up, let boil again aud aet asido; to cool and use. : ? - APPLE JSLLY. Ose good -.sour ftppleB, slice thom, skina, seeds and all, andsimmer with one-half a cup ?of water till well ;:cookcd and soft; then strain through a cloth, add n pound of sugar to a pint of juice, boil a few minutes, skim ming till clear; pour into glasses and cover when oohl, .' . ' : ? ' ? Prosencoof Mind-— I guess.yonngjonta will got on. He's in nn oflico in Collin ' street Melbourne, or somewhere thereabouts. He's careless, and had 'made so many mis takes tbat he knew the one he- made, last would bo fatal. He went back from lunch the other day and a fellow clerk met him on tho stairs. ? . 'You'll get it, Jones., Th...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Strict Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

A. Strict Mother. . ''Freddie, bow often have I told you not to play with your soldiers on Sun day I' Fueddie : ' Yes, but you see, mamma, Una is a religious war that they aro fighting In.' . ' Waitor,' he said, in, quite a loud tono ! of voicc, ' have you got any champagno on Uco?' 'Yes, sir.' ] ' Well, bring mo a bottle of — beer,' whis pered tho young man. j What is tho difference between a man at : the mast-head of a ship and the ship itself ? ; Iho sliiplsaile over the seas, and thomansces | avor the saila. ! Many a good wom.an .thinks a'oo^ xan do aothing without o fiuBband, and when sh'o ' ' gc-ts.onc Bhe finds she enn do nothing with bim.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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An Orator Criticised. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

. An Orator Criticised. Littio Jessie R — — went with he® father ?to a'lecture. The lecturer was vory animated in his manner, nnd liaed much facial expres sion. After Jessie had litoned to him awhile, she said : ' Papa, don't he tell it hard ?'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MR. VOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

MR. VOS& n^HE widowcatat y 1 1 [f the window, lie* | i. pnla chock rest ^ infj upon her II thin wasted Jinnd, f; looking forU into ?*, tho ptroot. '- . ' With no pcroop tiop,' however, oi H . what canned beforo her eycs---none. l'ue all eho realised, thO' passing, to and-.- fro of the; oarolcM orowd might pot bo taking p!aco. ; . 'Her thoughts wero not with tho present, but the past. Such folly this I For what ia the past bnt death, and what ueo -in- thinking ol death. Wo oan no : moro rooall dead 'hopes than : dead friondo. Tho memory ot cithor .is raroly profitable. : . - . Iiilois too short for regret ; - up and be i doing. Fix yonr oyeo upon tho vfuturo; grapplo with tho present.. - This is tho way your practical philosopher talks. Well, lot him talk until his . tongue aebes. His cold logic is powerlosa against human naturo. ...... .Regrets I Thopastl ' Not stay a moment tolookbaokl Why then wo. chonld indeed become more selfish than, we aro, and Heaven knows there is U-...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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IN THE WAKE OF FORTUNE. (COPYRIGHT.) AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. CHAPTER XXV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

s'3N THE 'WAKE OF -? ' FORTUNE. - r /fcoryiuaiTr.) ' / r AM AUSTRALIAN STORY; IVAN DEXTER. . j CHAPTI1R XXV. — Continued. - Tho f no 1 was, t lint tbo Intolligenoo which ? .. Tro nou o lb read in tho;Molbourna papcrwaa thj first tint was sant from tho scene of the linl, anil, oE course, it was not cencrallv known. I - At daylight in tho morning Edward cot off ? ,. ? nlimp for the .district m wliioh he knew from - pronoun experience that tin was to bo Jfouui*. I v ; v, ,«o s«as going to play a lono hand, so to (apeak; for he had certain idea* ol his own. jPor ooaio tuna lio followed the course ol tho .Kmu Ut.nr imd was particular to note the nppenr.ia.ee of the country. llu district was spmoly scttlod, and he passed fatre tohco of magnificent agricultural land. With a perfect clinrnto and rich soil; ho rr.:. tbpughi the place should be a oecond Eden. U jits of fore.it containing giant eucalypti were passed thro 'gh ; aad, as night camo on, Tieiiowclh soleo.ted a euitablo placo to caa...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sensational Feat of a Young Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Sensational Peat of a Young Doctor. : It is scarcely possible to ex aggerate the sensation caused -liere (writes a New York n. correspondent) by the act 'of a - young doctor, who claimed be fore an: assembly of: savants i:i - this city tov have 'discovered T: an infallible antidote for opium, ?morphine, :and similar poisons. Despite tho protests of those present, who declared that they would not sanction certain suicide,' he mixed three grains of morphia in two wineglasses of ^vater and' drank them. Im mediately' afterwards he took four' grains of permanganate of potash, ? similarly dissolved in water. The doctors who wafched him for five hours, ex pecting to see liini die, seeing that one grain is a fatal dose, could detect no' injury 'to his ? constitution ~nor any cffect from * the poison,, and he is now alive and well. ' Seeing tha4. half the deaths due' to poison aro said to be' causod'by opium and its piepartions, the importance of tho discovery - .is enormous. Tho doctor happ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Gold Mining Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

tfold Mining Prospects. There is do disputing facts, and for tunately for Australia tho facts per taining to gold mining are favorable. Without any mining boom, but as the reBult of steady, quiot industry during 1893, Australia has produced nearly 1,922,000 ozs. of gold, or to put it in another form, over Beven millions Bter §'-tL lingiugoldeu sovereigns were coined at tho Sydney and Melbourne mints, * out of gold actually Avon from Aus tralian soil during tho year. It is safe to say that no other country in the world can show a similar record, and the result must materially assist in restoring confidence among both Aus tralian and English capitalists, and any country that, in au ordinary time, can produce £7,000,000 in actual gold . out of its own mines in one twolvo months, is in a singularly favorable position in regard to other nations. It is indeed hard to overestimate the importance of this steady increase in the ootput of tho precious metal, at this juncture in our affairs. W...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A PRETTY STORY OF TWO FAMOUS SONGSTRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

A PRETTjr STOfcY or T WO^ ! 5^ FAMOUS SONGfeiBfcSSnS, , 1 ? SoMBWHKnH in the MOVGnsi and - Jenny'^ _ ? Llnd woioeingiux in diffeient fcheaUes JtV^- Loudon. ^ »? ' Those who went , Into?: eoiUriey : ov6r-v-,.r;^^^-rfv^ Gubi'b 'Norma' were tho next evening? ^ ^ enraptured with Lmd's ' Casta Diva.^ Gteafc. was tho rivalry botween them.' .v -;.y -? ^ Finally Queen Victoria, deeming Bhame thab two. such giftod women, should: ^ be separated by a mean, .unworthy jcalo^ayjv?;'???^f?^^-^v?-^i requested both to appear ab a Coyrb conocib r -- -- Of couise, they both came .?-''The Qneon warmly, .welcomed 'them- ? \ v togethor for tho first time.- Sho gave tho signal for tlio concert to begin. ,.-j ^ Jenny, Liud was the younger, and ib was ' arranged that she- should sing fiist. With perfect confidence in her powei* *hof8iopped r ' forward: to b3gin.: Chancing to glance ao , Grisi, she saw .tliev Southern womai»'s iualig- -t nant gaze fixed on her. . 7;.- - The' fierbb -look nhnost paralysed her...

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A Mad Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

A Mad Soldier. ' A horrible crime has been , cammitted at the barracks in Rome known as the Caserma Re Umber to. A bandsman of the 64th regiment of the Line, ? Luisri Maori, by name, snat ched up a, 'rifle and the cartridge ^ boxes of two of his comrades, whom he had sent away 011 some pretext, and walked over to the head quarters of the v' regiment. As soon as he ; s reached the door of the officer's quarters he opened fire. There were three officers in the room at the time. Magri deliberately ^ shot them dead one after another. A serjeant major of the regiment who, attracted by the sound of the firing, rushed into the room, took refuge from Magri under a stretcher bed, trying to protect himself from ? 1 the man's fury by burying him self in a blanket, Magri, how . ever,- fired again, wounding the man so severely that he died shortly afterwards. T h e ;??? ? ? manioc then sprang through an open window and ran into the Royal Park of San Bossarc, I . where he hid. The fugitive , .was...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Local and General. 'W esleyan. — A very fine congrega tion assembled in tho WeBleyari Church, Chicheator, last Sunday. The building was very nicely decorated by two busy little girls, Irine and Mary Rnpson. Tho choice arrangement of flowers and, ferns reflects great credit upon our little friends. The minister gave a short address to the youDg people beforo the sermon to adults. Clahence Town.— Tho Rev. P. Dixon will not preach at Clarence Town next Sunday, as on Church Plan, owing to the Rev. Mr Stark's farewell service. Then Mr Dixon will preach morning and night in Dungog. - I Snake Bite Cure. — The Nyngun Advocate is responsible for the follow ing : — 'A remarkable and simple cure for snakebite has come under our no tice. Mr. T. Brady, who resides on the Barwon, recently started f roin that locality with a ilock of Bheep for MesBrs Cormack and Davidson's .boil ing down works, at Nyngan, and while camping one night had the misfortune to bo bitten on the nose by a brown snake, a s...

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DANGEROUS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

i 5HNGEROTJ3 PCSTTtOJtf I WiiKtf Christian'- Fasb, *7CU-Jcnown. to Western readers, was a boy ho lived 2n the northern part of Ashland County, Ohio. His father's farm was remote from other, settlers; but there were - friendly - Indians in : the neighbourhood, of whom Christian learned many of the arks . of rude warfare; His ! chosen friend, was a young Indian lad about j his own age, ; named Ke-wassa, with whom he ofton went hunting. One , autumn the two boys were off on a bearhunb. They had started up a bear in tho morning, bub bad nob been able to geb a shot at him, although they had. caught an occasional glimpse of bis shaggy . plaoK sides.' In the middle of tho afternoon they camo upon a large olm tree, dead ab ths top, and hollow, which bore evident marks :of having been often ascended by a bear. Ke-wassa asserted that he had just seen a bear disappearing from sight in the hole ab tho top, as they came up.;; ' 'I know himthar?' he declared, ' but how we get him ? How we eet him...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Changing Wives. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

' Changing Wives. Afc ClorlvcnwCll, an extra ordinary state of things was' disclosed in some proceedings against a man mimed Thomas Bentley tor leaving his wife chargeable to the parish. Ho called as a witness liis daughter, who said her mother had left to live with a man named Floyd, while Mrs Floyd came to live with her father. Floyd seemed to have got tired of Mrs. Bentley, who threw her self on the parish. Tho Mag strate : Then they exchanged wives! To the defendant: You must keep your own wife not another man's. The ratepayer's won't do it for you. The case was remanded for an arrange ment to be made.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. (INTERCOLONIAL.) SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Latest ^fews. [By Telegraph.! (INTERCOLONIAL.) SYDNEY, Thursday. The Assembly disagreed to the Council's amendments to the Bank Notes Bill, making the Bank of North. Queensland's notes legal tender in this colony. The Loan Bill passed its first read ing, the House sitting till after four o'clock this morning. The whole' sitting of the Council was devoted to the Mining on Private Lands Bill, and it is understood that the decision arrived at was that the Bill be recommitted for the purpose of expunging the new clause protect ing cultivated lands and lauds used for mining purposes from the opera tion of the Bill. The principal sup porters of the Bill in both Houses contending that if the clause be al lowed to stand it would defeat the main objects of the Bill. It is calculated that the measure will pass in somewhat the same form as received from the Assembly. The personal distribution of elec tors' rights discloses the fact that the old rolls contained many bogus names. At a meeting of...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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I. LIVELY CORPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

j! LIVELY CORPSflJi -Tt^HERE is no. telling whon a party Is w. absolutely dead m the United States. A few years ago it was implicitly believed by. somo peoplo thab the . Democracy was dead. Just now the ' tamo ' prediction is being made * in rogard ' to the Republican party. - Whenever we read * m a Republican paper thab- tho Deinocraoy is dead, or vice veraa, wo are very much reminded of thab yarn aboub Shuckors. A mao named William D. Bhuokors died in Wilmington. ;Ib seems thab thero was another man in the city bearing precisely tho same name, and when the death was announced a good many of his friends thought ho was dead, and they resolved to go to tho funoral. On the day of the funeral the? living Shuokers also thought be would go, partly, for the purpose of ascertaining how ib'felt to;participate in tho_obeequie8 of a man named William D.' Shuckers. Ho took up a position in the vestibule, and as tho mourners were about to como out, a friend of his, named Jones, | saw him. The f...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Church Services. APRIL. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Church Services. APRIL. Onnkon op England Sunday 8th . — Dungog 8 (H.C.), 10.30 Rev. J. Vosper, 7.30, Rev. J. Vosper; Bendolba 3, Rev. J. Vosper; Glen William 3, Clarence Town 7.30, reader. ? j. vospbr; .. Incumbent.' . Pbbsbyiebiak. Sabbath 8tb.— Dungog 10.30 and 7.30, . liov. D. Baird ; Bandun Grove 3, Rov. D. Baird ; Big Creek 10.30, Mr G. A. Mackay. REV. DAVID BAIRD. Wbsi.byaw. Sabbath 8th.— Dungog 10.30 and 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon,' ; Telegherry 10.30, Mr Herbert Shelion ; Stroud 7.30, Mr W. Wenliam ; , Monkerni (Union Church) 10.30, Mr R. BarnoB ; Fosterton 3, llev ' F. Dixon. BEV. J?. DIXOH Baptist. Lord's Doy 8th, — -Thalaha 3 and 7.30, Pastor R. J. Middleton, Lord's Suppor aftornoon sorvice. It. J. MIDDLETON. ' fustor . ? ; ?

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SOME MATRIMONIAL MISHAPS. MR. WILSON AND THE GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

mats, I MR. WILSON AND THB GOAT. 1 ' *ff\ENKY, wilt you help mo to carry this . IIJ box down to tho bam? t want to set ib upstairs. . There is no room in tho wood'shed.' : / - ' That's ib I If you had two castles and a row of sheds around each of them, you would wanb to pub something up in tho barn.' - 'I would rather do ib alone than ask you to help mo. You always . mako suoh a fuBs When I ask- you to do a. single thing. I think yoii are just as.mean . as: you can be— that's what I do,' Mrs. Wilson said, as they deposited the box on the' floor.. . ' 1 V* I will carry ib up alonb^ for I know you would drop it if you . bliould undertake to help,' he growledi v \ r Ho picked up the box, moved towards tho barn, and laboured up thb steps. As his head'arose above the floor it suddenly camo in violent contaot with an obstacle, and he came rolling back down the stairs. The contents of the box. flew in every direction. Mrs. Wilson screamed as the box bounded over her head. . Wilson broughb ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Correspondence. Jt must bo distinotly understood tlmt we do hot hold ouraolvcB responsible for tlio opinions oxuroaaod by our corroaponilcnta.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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GHOSTLY MATCHMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

- ^ r x ' ^ ' SaTMT A TSe¥ ' OT^INDLY allow mo td {ntrodufid. wysolf.; ? Is V Of course, you will imagine .thab the gomowhab commonplace perBon who calls ? himself tho author of this story ia addressing ' you. Nothing of tho sorb. I haVe rented him for tho occasion, although I am sensible ^ lie makes but a poor vehicle for the trans \ mission of ghostly thoughts and ideas. Still, Is as it was necessary to materialise myself for this occasion, and he happened to be to left, I closed with him at once, on the condition that he should havo a vacation in space until : midnight^fe- , v , This i^^Bgement will enable me to briefly, ^toll you'llfrl. a disembodied ghost — nob . ey^Efleard of any other kind* of ghosb H^^^frspeaiving to you- with- tho voice of*'a r-' -? ? man — ab least ho 'thinks himself a '? ^Hmin. X want to tell how X visited Aunb Matilda and had it out with her. I admit - :that the proceeding was rude, - bub I really couldn't -help myself. Any ghost with a ' shadow of shado...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE'; ? AND — Be Happy . Send Your Orders to tlie ' Chronicle Office ' FOR JOB PRINTING. Advertise in the 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay You. S. E. SELIGr, Practical Watch and Clock ?st Maker, Jeweller, Optician, etc., DOWLING STREET, DTJN009. -Tor the;' Inhabitants - of -Dungog . and Surrounding District . AVIKG- been induced to start in your JLlL.::fdi8lricl, X beg to - offer you firet-nlaes work, and sincorely Iiopo that you will put roniso.D'o, ao ns to keep a first-class trndcsnmn in tho district. I know as. a rule, aftor tho public -havo had their1 watches and jowcllery 1 botched by so«called watchmakers, that they arodubious about giving thoir. work to others, 1 but you can Bafoly bring your watches and I jowcllery to mo and got them well and skilfully j repaired The work will bo dono punctually I and also guaranteed. I also intend periodically visiting tho different towns around Dungog, and any work you may havo you can save for mo, and itwill bo returned th...

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