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

A Stingy Congregation. A Yankee preacher proposed to make a collection, one recent Sunday, in a town noted for the stinginess of its inhabitants and found when his hat ws s re turned that there wasn't a penny in it. ' I am glad,' said lie, turning his hat upside | down, and tapping tho crown of it with liis hand, '? that I have got my 'hat back from this congregation.'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Man With Six Wives. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

A Man With Six Wives. ' A remarkable charge of big amy will come before one of the'London police courts soon.' - The person accused of tho offence is the son of a well Jviiown Irish gentleman. It is % - alleged that, although compara tively young in years, he has no fewer than six wives. In all probability five of the wives will be present when the ac cused is brought before the magistrate. At present the accused -squire is in custody in Paris, but he will shortly be re moved to London and charged. A Dublin representative says he has made inquiries at Dub lin Castle which will throw some light 011 the matter. It is quite true that the gentle man contracted marriage with 'a few ladies,'-; but there is reason to , believe the public have h'eard tlie last of the affair so far as legal proceedings are concerned, for the gentle man in question is declared to be insane.

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

The only Piipor published in tlio IXnnmi ? Electorate. Aa excellent ADVERTISING .. , M X J). I U M ? - ? Onsiml AilvcrliHcmcnlfi Por Inch ? ... 8p * . Evory subsequent Inch 1/(5 ;; Special Lorn Quotation! for Standing Advertisements .

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

PUBLISHED KVEKI TUliSTJAl \.ND FRIDAY Mornings. AND CONTAINS Latest Telegraphic, Commercial , Local General News. TERMS (in Advunco.) I'or Quartor ... ... ... ??? 6s Por Ton r ? ' ... 20.*

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

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

I JB*hos.'' baker ' P r a c 1 1 c a 3 ' r s i !rr, I ? . . D»» «!-(.?»( r.rt, DVNi'.OO BEGS to return thimls lo l-i- Mni-iouf customers for th sir pint support, 'unci i uruec* by ? f rn't- nl I i«*n io hiieitufs, to irerit I a ujntinuaneo of their patroniigo. I I nero is no need I** send away for Clothes ffhuiithey can bo jiado as Cheap and as . iioud in tho town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Tweed?, Olothp, t , Doefkinp, Serges,,. I *? Llamas, Buckskins, ^ ' ' Worsted a-d.Beavei Contmgs, - Bedford arid Manchchtor Cords, „ * Hair Lines* 'Etc., , ' Aioalloftho Best. Materials to pick from, and well shrunk before making up. ? . ' The W.R.S.N. Co. (LIMITED), ' CLARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer Cooreei eaves Clarence Town with Passengers i,nd Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and E11IDA.YS at 9.30 a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.m., until further notico. 11. LYALL, _ . Secretary. J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTCHER Dxuigoer- - IN taking lino opportunity to th...

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

Wyalong I Wyalong is now the theme of por. petual conversation, and there sec ma no doubt about the new goldfield being a genuine thing. It ib not sur prising that there should be a big rush, ior men were bo down in their luf k generally, that the prospei.-t of good ?waees, to sav nothing of the chance of dropping upon a yood patch, or in some other way making a pile, would have attracted them to any spot reach able by the ordinary methods of loco motion. Wyalong is about 40 miles from Tomora, and it is easy to believe tho report that there is an almost un broken stream of traffic between the two places, the humble pedpstrian, the man on horsoback, or, tbe 'better °ff, in waggons, and buggies, — all with ?lioir faces toward tbe land of yellow yold. It. ib said that over 6000 are now on the field, and those who have I1.-1 rl any personal experience of a new mining district will imagine the motley tu;ene. If tbe sapient crowd in Par liament would only get a fairly decent mining on pri...

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

'An Extraordinary Case. - A case of a most extraordinary character has been brought to light by the East Brunswick (Vic.) police, involving, on the part of a father, the -- infliction of remarkable cruelty upon - one of his children— tbat is if the boy's i story, on investigation, proves well, founded (reports the Argus). Last week a man named James Bolton was arrested by tho police upon a charge of stealing harness, and brought be fore the local court and remanded for a week. Being nnable. to secure bail, he was removed to the Melbourne Gaol, and it was owing to this cir cumstance, and the fact of his being ' j thus away from his home, that tbe present case was brought to light. The man Bolton had a son, also named James, aged about 10 years, and a man named Donohue informed Constable. Fenncssy that the lad was running about tbe place with a chain around ?-- his legs. The boy was eventually taken to the lockup, where he told a m.-st extraordinary story. He siid that his father had ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Tbe severest .and most disastrous storm known to living inhabitants visited the Napier (N.Z.) district on Sunday. 1 Yesterday the Assembly agreed, by 24 to 22/ to Mr. McKinnon's motion for tlie appointment of auditors to examine the accounts of all banks which avail themselves of the Bank A Issue Act. rThe siliuoua gold-bearing reefs at Bodalla are described as the 'most gigantic and remarkable yet discovered vvin Australia' Dr. Jamieston, the Britisli Admini strator of Mashonaland, reports that I wherever gold has been found in Ma-' ' tabeland tho results have exceeded ex 1 Tlie gold at Bula wayo, MiuSkMnc^ has given mar vellous resfflHy Tlie goldiield will 1 probably be peWnaneut. . A promininent German journal ad vocates |that one of tne Australian colonies Bhould govern Samoa. The Railway Commissions fenr that further retrenchment will be necessary to meet the fall in revenue. The estate of the late jockey Jtt'Gowau has been Bvorn at £3450, all personality. i ??????? ? r f ?

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

PRESENTATION. After tbe business of the Court ter minated, His Worahip, F.W. Garatang, P.M., informed those present that he had a very pleasing duty to perform -s , before leaving tbe Bench. The resi- .? dents of Bullahdelah had waited on hiin, and requested him to present on their behalf a token of tbeir esteem to Mr Robert Lee, tbeir late assistant postmaster, and who hadjiist heen ap pointed Post and Telegraph Master at Copeland. His Worship Baid it was only too frequently we heard tb»t civil servants were idle and overpaid persons. However, here was an in- v1 Btance to the very opposito. The residents of a large community who wished to recognise a servant for long and faithful services, had subscribed . and placed a souvenir in bis hands for presentation. When it was known that Bullahdelah was a place Buffering greatly from tbe depression which waB - ® passing over the country, that much ;? greater value n*i to be placed on the \ gift. He thought that the people of ? . v Copelan...

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

WANTED a Competent PerBon TO BURN A KILN OF BRICKS. Apply to AUGUST REICHERT, Gloucester. In The Supreme Court of New South Wales. No. 7966. lie JOHN DAVIS, of CLARENCE TOWN, Boatman. NOTICE is hereby given that the Single Meeting of Creditors in the above matter will be held -at the Court House, EAST MAITLAND before tbe District Registrar in Bankruptcy, ou the 27th day of APRIL, 1894, at 11 a. m., or as soon after as the course of business will permit. To entitle a Creditor to vote thereat, bis proof must be lodged with the Registrar in Bankruptcy, Chancery Square,' Sydney, not later than the 18th day ofApaiL 1894, ARTHUR HENRY,* Registrar in Bankruptcy. Mr. N. F. GIB LIN. Official Assiguee. . . Notice. A QUARTERLY MEETING of the Licensing Uouftt for the Licen sing District dfi Dtangpg will be holden at the Court Eou\e^)ungog, on Fri day the 20th Way fcf ^April 1894, at 11 a. m, \ \ HA^BYB. BINGLE, Clerk to Licensing Court. Court House, Dungog, 28th March, 1894. Tenders ARE invited...

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

Fairy Disc Churn. A correspondent, who was at the Show, Sydney, during Easter writes : 'The Boyal Agricultural Society's Show, it is pleasant to record, has been a pronounced success. It deserved so to be for the preparations were made under most discouraging circum stances. The pitiless rain fell in heavy showers with Btvong gunty wind. That under such circumstances, the splendid exhibition of implements, machinery, dairy appliances, and other exhibits were got together with such completeness, taste and effect, reflected great credit upon all concerned. The weather generally was fair, and it has been the best all round Show held for some years One of tho principal attractions in the useful part of the exhibition, was the- working dairy fitted up and run by Messrs Lassetter & Co. The Fairy Disc Churn with which butter was made three times a day, was a surprise to dairy people. With this churn the butter invariably comes '(w'th the cream at any tem perature, or in any degree ...

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

East Maitland Scandal. At the Enst Maitland Court on Wednesday, G. T. Chambers, who oc cupies a high social position in the town, appeared on remand to answer the sworn information of Aunie Ped dell, a young woman about eighteen years of age, charging him with having, in the month of December, 1893, at East Maitland, supplied a large quan tity, to wit, half an ounce, of a drug and noxious thing called liquid extract of ergot, a compound prepared irom ergot of rye, he then well knowing that the same was intended to be un lawfully. -used with intent to procure the miscarriage of the said Annie Ped dell, contrary to the Act in such ense made and provided. Inspector Duffy conducted the prosecution on behalf of the police, and Mr. J. H. F. Waller appeared for the defendant. The case had been remanded from the previous week. From the evi dence of Annie Peddell, who was a State girl, accused had invited her to his offico ou several occasions, when she alleged, he acted improperly with her....

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

Municipal Council. I A special meeting of the Courcil was held on Wednesday evening. Thore wero p resent : — Aid. Ilmke (Mayor), Bruyu, Dark, Abbott, and Robson. Soveral letters were read in refer ence to tho supply of drain pipes, and the Clark was instructed to make'lur ther inquiries re carriage of anme. A loiter waa read from tlio Munici pal Association in reply to an enquiry, stating that rate papers inuBt be served in accordance with tho Act. ' This was tlio proper course. The Mayor called the attention of the Council to the fact that Aid. Dark had instructed tho Cl^erk to write to the Municipal Association in reference to the serving of rate pnperB, without reference to the Coun cil as a body. He thought it was a wrong thing to do, and if only out of courtesy, Aid. Dark should have re ferred the mattor to the rest of the Al dermen. Aid. Dark : — At that rate one Council Clerk cannot write to another and ask a simple question re lating to municipal matters. The Mayor : — Not a...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before F. W. Garstang, Esq., P.M., and A. T. Laurie, Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before F. W. Gaistang, Esq., P.M., and A. T. Laurie, Esq.. J. P. Two cases were dealt with, 'Mr. Thomas solicitor appeared for tho .; plaintiff in one, and defendant in the other.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Copeland. WARDEN'S COURT PROCEEDINGS. (Before F. W. Garstany, Esq., Warden) [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Copeland. {From our own Correspondent) ' WARDEN'S COURT PROCEED- A - IN GS. ( Before ,F. W. Qarstanu, Esq., Warden) Exemption of the luhor conditions were grantf d to : C ^ J. Grant and mate, three months — on a gold mining leuce situated ou the risj'ht hand branch. J. Seeinan & party, 3 months, for lease on tbe Moumain Maid lino ot reef. ' Wearne and party, ono month lease -- situated at Cobark, W. B. Sharp v, Harris & pnifl^L This was a case in which W. B. StjUQk J-'.. objected to tbe registration of tended quartz claim by the Warden to W. J. Harris and two others, on the grounds that the said claim enroacbed ou a machinery area. The plaintiff was represented by agent. After hearing the evidence bis worship * overruled tbe objection stating that provision was made in tbo registrar to procure compensation in case of damage being done.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A THREATENING DANGER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

A THREATENING DANGER. To the Editor. : Sir,— Mr Dun in his letter which appeared in your issue of 30th ultimo, takes grave exception to the term faddist. The term, an Americanism, is certainly not euphonious, and means in the land of its nativity, a man of one idea — a' sort of one horse man. The word and not the idea is new, for Gulliver mentions having met them ; one; lie writes,- was engaged in extract ing -sunbeams from cucumbers and preserving them to warm the air in cold weather ; another had patented a new idea in house building, by be ginning at the roof and working down wards. While a third proposal was to have signs, and so dispense with language, but this brought about the persecution such as Mr Dun com. plains of, even the women insisted upon their privileges, and possibly their rights, which our embryo legis lators ' will givo early attention to (that is when quite sure of the £300.) Now, I am free to admit that every one is more or less a faddist. I have a leaning that...

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

1o the Editor. Sir, — The leading article in your columns of the 16th ult., dealt with a subject of considerable importance, and which have been looked upon by many with. very little interest, namely our Mining Industry. Iu the great depression we have experienced of late pinching every man, woman, and child, more or lesB, such misfortunes are not devoid of blessings, for they will make us less selfish and teach us that with a little more industry and courage we might, have done much to avoid it at Ieaat iu N.S.W.- Even the Govern ment when brought to extremes found that the only way to float through the crisis was to turn their attention to the gold holds, where tbey have since sent thousands of our unemployed out of idleness. .And it is now a pretty general opinion that nothing but the precious metuls from the bowels of the earth will drive away the doom and bring back a solid prosperity. An eighteen million wool crop assisted by a glorious harvest, added by scores of other produc...

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

Tea~lilaking. ]r! Women that have ever had tha olira ol arXi hoooo, and very many who hirto not, all-'v ' ; havo a way ol thoir own in niaklng too, anil,-/, though to any one clso it may hot appear au-p ? tboibeat way, yot they havo beoomo aoenstomed to it than when a bettorway is suggested they seldom. approve of it. ^ Tho kind of ten.doponds on thatasteof thoVf family, which , is,, of courao, known to thoVj. . hoosbwito ; oonsequontly, no diBtinot kind'--. ? ? 1 oan bo rooommended. Tho quantity used.J: -. varies according to tuts, bat, usually, ono i - . teaspoonful of tea for eaohi oup, ia what is1 allowed, and if this should bo too'strong, it'-,-. .- can easily .bo waakoned to. taate; Always' ago a pot of aomo- kind ol earthenware, and-^j : novor, on any account, uso a tin ono. It.-' ^ tin muat be uaed for this purpose nover lot ' thatoa stand in it only.long enough to sieop. ;; -.w Tea, when left etanding In anything'is not a ^ drink to be recommended, but if loft in a tin j - ...

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Scene at a Wedding Service. AUCKLAND, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Scene at a Wedding Service. Auckland, March 29. A scene occurred at a wedding ser vice at W ellington to-day. The con tracting parties wero two young people well known in society circles in the city. There was a large assem blage of friends in tho church to wit ness the ceremony. When the bride was asked ' Wilt thou havo ?' &o., she promptly replied, 'No.' Her father remonstrated with ner, ana tne clergy man repented tho question, but she adhered to her decision, exclaiming, ' No, I won't have him.' The wed ding party then adjourned to the ves try, and the clergyman shortly after wards announced that owiug to the in disposition of the bride the. ceremony would not take place.

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