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The Easy-Going Mother [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

The Easy-Going Mother I 'Why no mauy women should oontider \ Shoir children: privileged nuisanooa, nnswor. nblb to no law.ofdisoiplino or good manners, ; is ono of thomyotorisa of lifo whioh muot ra* :v main unsolved. Thoso mothora nl tho easy- : , ? going kind, who perhaps pride thomschcs upon pursuing lifo with placidity, aot as { thongh they wero not at all rojponaiblo for ~ ? tho peculiarities ot tboirohildren.ond exercise ? »? 110 Visiblo nnthnr.'lv rwnr ftmni Tlin nliilrl / of any. of those mothers, ia of an inquiring * disposition ? it handles ovory. small artiolf *--? ? that it ja ablo to lift, and leaves its finger. murks |a bold reliol on embroidered book- - covor or dolloatotablo searf, on polished furnf v.;; ;?/ turo, on tho piano keys,andon alltua daint ? ? btio-a-brao impartially ; and the^-M»pr, oi:: :... even tho ohanoe beholder, livoa tn ^ foar of seeing brittle glass smaahod liHpia china oraokod, lamps ovorturncd; bookt^flj . ; mado unroadablo, fans rulnod, boxca b...

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

' They Say. ' That fine weather has at last set in, and we will have agreeable weather and a big show. That entries for the forthcoming show close on April 17. That there will be a big calendar to get through to-day at the Police Court. That there are rumors that several business men. of Dungog intend to pack up their traps, and steer for Wyalong. That the Great Cobark Company, Cobark, -will have their crushing mill erected in the course of a week or two, and they will crush for the public right away. That this iB good newB, as there are some hundreds of tons of stone at grass at the different claims awaiting treatment. That the Council and the corres pondent to the Maitland paper are at daggers drawn. That the will of the late R. A. Young, West Maitland, has been proved at £29,065. That ' the barrackers ' on the cricket field on Saturday last made a disgraceful exhibition. That Mr. Rose, an old miner, is mak ing a good thing by working the tail ings arouud Copeland. . That Dibbs an...

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

Commercial. DUNGOG /A ? ? ? f Yp II. O. Tlurk & Co. report aa follows i— Muizo: nominal. Egg*, 7d to 8d doz, falling. Chuff, 3s ; dull Bticon, 41d '? .Hotter, 'kl to Gd Ccdur, Dourd, 15a to 16a por 100ft. / Pucks, Is 6d to 2s a' Fowl*, Is Gd to 29 1'otutocH, Ss Gd to 4s ewt. Out*, 2d. Bt'cswfti, Gd to 8d nor lb. lionoj, 108 tin. (Kerosene tins objection- . able.) Capo barley, 2s Gd j English barely, 2s 6d. EdvrnrfbBtper reports — Mnizo^^^npt still vory much depressed. ^ Oot{JIHHP'jwhpl Hohet\ . ^ivn^io ]'*?« p»»r fin ; lutil i rtil . Brirlf.v, 2 ? 0? lo J* por l-n-l «?l ? Potn'oep, !Ua. ClmfY, £3 lo ,€4- ; vorv plentiful Fgga, declining in pruo Bacon, nono offering. ' Wax, Gd to 0t\ Cedar, up to 16s, according to quality. ' - Butter, a complete gift, 1 am offering quan tities at 3d lb.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Cooking Recipes. BOILED FROSTING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Cooking Recipes. ... ,j noitED rnosTiNO. c . ? :.-- Onooupol granulated sugar jind five table, ' { opoonfula of milk, boil four or fivo minuteal ; :,y,J. thon stir still oold and: put on o 000 cake. 1 ?' - miIiLIOATi.WHV BOCP. . Melt an ounoa of dripping, let it got quits 1 hot, then add a chopped onion ond an appIo,'i both of medium size, a bunoh of cwoot horbw t ^1 and a few stiekB of oolcry ; lot them: brown .' ? well, then stir ina tableapoonful oi good J. ' curry paBto ond the a'amo of flour ; oook -- ; , theao, atirring all the timo, for ton and add by degreoa ono quart ol from bonoB, thon simmor until tho vedi^^^^^r'. aro tender ; rub through a sieve, add tasto and a littio lemon jyico. FBIBD OUOOMDKBB. Paro and placo in oold or icowator for'iin / hour. Cut ldngthwioo into lialf-inoh slices..^ Dry on a oloth, sprinkle with pepper and -v salt and dredgo wfth flour. Fry to n dolioat».V ' , brown in butter or dripping. - ? : onus. -. : Two and one-halt oupa ol oiltod flour, on#/...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday Flour — Steady. Victorian stone, ~ £7 5s to £7 10s ;? new roller, £7 10s to £8 per ton. ?Wheat— New milling quoted nomin ally ; ohickwheat, good whole samples, ' dull, 2s 3d per bus. Maixe— Moderate demand. New quoted to 2s per bus ; soft from Is 9d ; damaged from Is 6d. ,^-Potatoes — Easier. Circular Head, £4 ; Brownells, £3 ; Victorian, £3. Butter — Good demand ; creamery and best brands of factory, 8£d ; fac tory, 7d to 8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb ; pastry, 4d to 5d Baoon — hand cured, 6d to 6Jd ; machine cured, 5dto 5£d ; middleB, 7d to 8d. Hams — Colonial, 9d to lOd ; Eng lish, Is to Is 2£d ; New Zealand at Is Ojd.per lb Honey — From 3d to Sid per lb, for pure. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in bladders, 3d to 4|-d ; bulk 2d to 3d per lb Cheese — Dull ; market glutted j best brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d ; second, l^d to 2d; small loaf, 3d to 3Jd per' lb. Eggs — Good supply ond demand. Is to Is Id. . Poultry — Prime,1 scarce; inferior, plentiful. ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MAITLAND. E. W. STARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 April 1894

MAITLAND. i. w. bparke'b retort. Fat Cattle. — Very large supplies ynrdod yesterday. Graziers bought a large number of tlie- medium cnttlo, «nd tliis materially assisted agents in clearing consignments. Speculations for, tbe metropolitan market did not operate, and values showed an all round decline. I have Bold : — On ac count of Thos. Driuan, light bullocks and steers from £1 15« 6d to £2 7s 6d, cow at £1 8s Gd ; J. N. Lawrie, bul locks from £2 10s to £3 Is ; H. H. Brown, bullocks from £2 10s 6d to £2 17s ; Hon. H. C. Dangar ; bullocks from £3 lis to £4 7a : J. Horn's steers at £1 15s, cows at £1 10s ; J. Horn, jun, cows at £1 13b 6d ; H. H. Holden, bullocks from £2 to £2 lis 6d, steers at £1 13s 6d ; George Thomas, bullocks at £3 12s, cows from £1 18s to £2 7b ; H. Munro, bullocks at £3 4s Gd, cows from £2 6a to £2 7s, hei fer at £1 9s. Fat Calves. — Very fen really prime calves forward at yesterday's sale#. Medium qualities sell at very low rates. Primest vealers worth to 30s ; ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' — AND — Be Happy. Send Your Orders to the ' Chronicle Office ' FOB JOB PRINTING. Advertise in the 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay You. S. E. SELI-G, Practical Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, Optician, etc., DOWLING. STREET, DUNQ09. To the Inhabitants of Dungog and Surrounding District . HAVING boon induccd to start in jour district, I beg to offer you first«filass work, and sincorely hope that you will pat ronise ^e, so as to keep a first-class tradesman in tho district. I know as a rule, after, the public liavo had their watches and jewellory botched by so-called watchmakers, that they aredubious about giving thoir work to others, but you can safely bring your watches and jewellery to me and get them well and skilfully repaired Tho work will bo dono punctually , and also guaranteed.! also intend periodically 1 visiting the different towns around Dungog, j and any work you may have you can save for mo, and itwill bo returned tho following trip I in good order. ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Poor Widow's True Charity. £500 SAVED BY PENNIES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

A Poor Widow's, True Charity. ' £500 SAVED BY PEN NIES. . The Glasciow Echo tells a re markablestoryofhow Mr Quar ier of Glasgow, received the lat ? est gift of £500. for the Orphan Homes of Scotland. Not much more than a year ago an old woman left him afortuifc' uiudo from a washing tub j now, another old woman in humble life has come forward in a simi lar generous way. . It appears that about two months ago, Mr. Quarrior was waited upon by an old Scotch woman, who stated that she had been read ing about what he was doing for the orphan children, and she wished to give £ 5 0 0' to help on his work. Mr. Quarrier was somewhat astonished, and on calling to see her found her living in a room and kitchen house on the South Side. Everything was scrupolously clean and tidy, but everything also showed that the old woman was living in very humble cir cumstances. Asked how she had been able to gather so much money, she said it 'was saved by pennies.' In the event of his accepting her gen ero...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Death of Madame Silby. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Death of Madame Silby. Madame Silby for some years past, a resident of Fairfield, where she kept a small store, died on . Wednesday morning . ' last about 3 a. m. Deceased had been for , a good while suffering from dropsy, for which ? she was under treatment in the Tenter field Hospital, which she lett some ? time since and re ?tu r n e d to Fairfield. - The funeral* took place on Thurday afternoon.. Madame Siblywas some years ago widely known .. in all tho colonies as a lecturer oil mesmerism, and her en tertainments wore very popular She had of late years retired ' from the platform, and lived quietly at Drake. — 'Tentcrfield Star.'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Passing Wotes. : ' . Tbero is a large migratory popula tion in Australia, people who have to - ft large extent lost attachment to any ' particular spot of earth which they ? call homo. .Life has been to them bo full of changes, that they are equally at homo in any of the sevon colonies anu tho indication or a gooa t,Mng Bers them on the novo. We had an illus tration of this sort of thing the other ? daj-, when COO mon arrived by steamer from Now Zealand bouud for the ' Wyalong gold Cold. Tho fares, through stoamer competition are just now exceptionally low between Aus tralia and New Zoaland, and the £1 single saloon faro, induced a numbor of tho not most desirable class to try their luck, for on arrival they made straight for the Mines Department and asked to be furnished with rail way passes for Wyalong. The re quest for . obvious reasons was - refused. The increaso in the over sea arrivals Bince the oponing up of Wyalong, is indicative of what may happen on a larger scale before l...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Vanderbilt's Residence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Vanderbilt's Residence. Mr.- Cornelius Yanderbilt has at last entered into possess ion of his new residence facing Central Pant, New York, ' which has cost him at least £1,400,000. It is constructed after, the general style of the /~ii ? j. ? ue win uuvir place of Louis XII, of France. Everything about the place, save 'the bare skeleton, was manufactured in Europe. The mosaic pavement of tho en trance hall cost £4,000, and the fourth storey at all the win dows being so reticulated that the the glass will not show from the street. Perhaps the costliness of the construction will be best brought home to the average English mind by mentioning that the sinks in the kitchen are of the finest marble.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Local and General. Show Privileges. — T h e sale of privileges in connection with the forth coming Show took place on Saturday. Mr Robson For Messrs Carlton ar.d Abbott conductcd the sale. The Pub lican's booth realised £17 15s, Mr. II. Lillyman, purchaser ; No. 1 refresh ment booth, £1, Mr. 'W. L. Wilkor son, purchaser; No. 2 ditto, 5s, Ml*. S. Ruse, purchaser ; two lolly stalls, £8 5s, Mr. R. Bosworth, purchaser. Forthcoming Snow;— The- Secre tary would be glad if intending exhibi tors at the forthcoming Show would send in their entries ns early as pos sible, and m all caBes write them on the proper entry forms which can bo sup plied 'on application, as such a courso would greatly facilitate matters in compiling the catalogue of entry. Cherry Thee HIill. — The second reef on Cherry Tree Hill seems to be creating some sensation. It ib widen ing out, at a deptb, and is likely to prove a good thing. i i ' »\ y Serious Accident. — On Tuesday last, whilst up a defective polo, effoc tin...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Good Story. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

A Good Story. An Auckland paper re lates a good story, illustrating the way in which the female franchise works in New Zealand The wife of a canditate got together a circle of her lady friends as a working committee. /~\ l . . ? _ __ l ? j/l ? _*!? 1 \j n election cuiy nicy tuu uioir duty, and went up to tea to the residence of the wife of the would-be member. In due time the polling returns of the locality were forwarded to Mrs ? and her husband was recorded one vote. A holy calm settled on the tea table. One lady said 'that must be my vote.' 'No,' said another, 'it must be my vote,' when the lady of the house interposed with, 'ledies you forgot that I am Mr. ? 's wife, and that I had a vote.' Each of the ladies found that they had pressing business ' down the street, arid Mrs. ? was left to mourn over the fraility of human nature.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. (INTERCOLONIAL.) Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Latest ^lews. [By Telegraph.] (INTERCOLONIAL.) Sydney, Monday. A discovery of payable gold is 're- ported on tho Heath, three miles in land, near 'Woodburn, between the Clarence and Richmond Rivers. A new find of gold iB reported from Wyalong on Crown land. A big reef of solid white quartz, and showing ex cellent gold. The locality is six miles iruin ine prusptjuturo uiaiui. It is also reported that an alluvial find with a two feet wash has been struck fourteen miloa north of the main camp. Tho majority of the stock and sta tion agents oE Victoria are favorable to an Ad Valorem duty upon stock, instead of the present fixed tax. A mass meeting of the railway em ployees was held on Saturday night, and expressed hopes that the Railway Commissioners would reconsider their retrenchment proposals owing to the men's inability to bear any furthor hardships. ? A great split has taken place in the Labor Party League. Tho bosses want to have a shot at the three hun dred a year stakes, but thos...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Chinese Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Chinese* vMrls. Pastor Gottschalk, of the Berlin Foundling House in Hong Kong, draws a sombre picture of the effects of the cus tom of polygamy among the Amnnrr theso is the lack of marriageable girls. At present girls are sold at a very high price ; a girl of fourteen ' to sixteen can scarcely be pur chased for less than one hun dred dollars — a price which, as Herr Gottschalk quaintly says, 'poor people can ill afford.' Some buy an infant son for an infant wife, who is occasionally nursed at the same breast as her future husband. If this economical device fails, the matter is regarded as serious, as they may|'have no offspring to perform the sacrifices at their tombs. Young girls (adds Mr. Gottschalk) dare not v leave their homes for fear of being kidnapped, as they not unfrequently are. In a place one day's journey from Hong Kong, three or four years ago, twenty young girls were stolen in a night, taken on board -a junk, and carried no one knew* whither.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Correspondence. It mast bo distinotly, understood that wo do not hold ourselves responsible for tlio opinions oxoreasod by our correspondents.'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

The collapse of a shaft in a mine at Breslau, Prussia, killed 11 workmen and injured a large number of others. The trial crushings from the Too .wong reefs, in the southern district, have vielded as hiwh nq 1m. *n tVio tnn .A rich alluvial discovery is reported five miles from the Toowong reefs. Sir George Dibbs has cabled the Agent-General to ascertain from the New Australian settlers whether they wish to stay-in Paraguay or return to Australia.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

lo the Editor. Sir,— In your issue of March 30th, I notice, in a special meeting of the Municipal Council held on Wednes day afternoon, that I as correspondent to the Maitland Mercury , am attacked by Aid. Abbott, who gave' notice that he intended to move that the Council's solicitor be instructed to take lesal proceedings against me for libel and Blander. The report complained of Btated that the Council had men em ployed at 28 5d per day ; this was ab solutely false.' The Mayor, after reading the statement, .said 'He quite' agreed with the notice of motion ; tho report wus totally untrue.' Again, at a meeting held on April 3rd, the following motion is printed by you:— . ' is the result of a Council moetingheld on March 30th, Aid. Abbott tlion moved the resolution of which he had givon pre vious notice, to the elfcct that an action against tho correspondent to the ' Maitland Mercury,' bo instituted for libel. The Council no doubt, as a public body, were open to criticism, but thewri...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. Flour — Steady. Victorian stone,' £7 58 to £7 10s; new roller, £7 108 to £8 per ton. Wheat — New milling quoted nomin ally ; chick wheat, good whole samples', dull, 2s 3d per buB. Maize— Moderate demand. New quoted'to 2s per bns ; soft from la 9d ; damaged from Is 6d. .Potatoes — Easier. Circular Head, £4 ; Brownells, £S.j Victorian, £3. Butter— Good demand ; creamery and best brands of factory, 8Jd ; fac tory, 7d to 8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb ; pastry, 4-t to 5d Bacon — band cured, 6d to 6§d ; machine cured, 5dto 5Jd ; middles, 7d to 8d. HamB — Colonial, 9d to lOd Eng- lish, Is to Is 2gd ; New Zealand at Is O^d.per lb , ' TToney — From 3d to 3|d per lb, for pure. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in adders, 3d to 4£d ; bulk 2d to 3d per ( /? Cheese — D ull ; market glutted ; best ands of ordinaiy, 2d to 3d ; second, ^d to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to 3£d per b. Eggs — Good supply and demand. Is to Is Id. Poultry — Prime, scarce ; ' inferior, plentiful. Fowls ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

? jjfWOS. BAKER, r actica.1 Tailor, - . Duwling^triTl, PT'^OOCV. B' MS to Ti'twrii thanlis. 1o h\* mlwrova customers for tli 3»t' p»»st. support, and i»rust- by ftriiit- attention to Humuoss, t»« mcr'.t a continuance of their patronage. I'nere is no need t*» send away for Clothes tfiidiithoy can bo *nade~ as -Cheap and as tfood in tlio town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Tweeds, Cloths, Doericins, Serges, K - t»1nmos, Buckskins, * . . ~i' Worsted a-d Beard i'oatinps»» v ^ ? Bedford and Manchester Cords, *. Hair Lines, Etc. Arc all of tbo Best Materials to pick from, and well shrunk beforo making up. The W.R.S.N. Co. ? (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. The Company 's Steamer Cooreei eaves Clarence Town with Passengers . '.Mid Cargo on MONDAYS, 'WED- . NESDAYS, - and FRIDAYS at 9.30 a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, nnd SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. ; R. LYALL, ?? .--'v';: Secretary. rr^r\\ J. A. JONES, , /? /FAMILY BtTTOHJlR. Dirngog. ? | rN taking this opportunity t...

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