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

ARB OtJAB ANTBBDTO OIVB BYERY 8 ATI8FACTIOK OTHBHWJSB WILL BB BXCHANOBD. 813 George-St., Sydney. (OprosiTB Railway Station) ( Tlio unrivalled Keyless *) 20g. 5 Wa top.. A Strong, Beli- - 20s. (. ablo, Cheap «vatch. ) f TCnglish Lever, fuII*jowolIod,conT £2 a OS. 3 ttensation balance, 2 years* t guarantco. ( My unequalled English T.ovor, ' ' £3 10s, | full covored cap, paiont action, ( 3 years' guaranfoo. . TMy special Key or Koylcss English Lovor, compensation balance, patont | ( action, 3 years guarantee ? f First'clasaKoy orKeylcssEnglish ?'£ 4 1 0s. \ lever, full covored cap, patont, ( hand finished. 4 yonrg' guarantco. / First-class Key or Koyless English ne ) Lovor, compensation bftlanco, full j covered cap, band finished, 5 years' C guarantee. . /Tho ACME English Lover, full chro Toj nomotor balance, adjusted, 15 ruby v J JO j jewels, a corrcot timekeeper, G years* C guarantco. Plvbaclc Minuto OH PONOGRAPHS £8 80. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s; Six T ears' guarantee. Highly recommend...

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

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Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MAITLAND. E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

MAITLAND. E. W. ST A TIKE' H TlEFOnT. Fat Cattle. — Supplies to-day prove to satisfy requirements. Values for prime vji-re a shade firmer, but other classes were without alteration on late rates. I have sold— for H. J. Sivyer, bullocks from £3 16s to £4 13s, light ditto at £2 9s, heifers at £2 16s ; H. H. Biown, bullocks from £2 lis 6dto £3 3s; W.. Archinall, light bullocks from £2 7s to £3, steers at £1 15s_G'd, heifers from £1 7s to £1 9s ; W. Bird, steers at £2 ; Chas. Hopson, light bullocks at £2 17a ; Thus. Turner, cows at £2 ; Capt. Mayne, cows from £1 ,11s to £1 17s 6d ; Ge'o. Thomas, bullocks from £4 8s to £4 10s, ditto at £3 17s 6d, steers at £2 8s-; ' Thos. RitCer, cows from £1.10s to £1 18s ; Geo. P. Hall, bullocks from £2 12s 6d to £3 18s, ditto from £2 to £2 9a. A pril 5th, 1894.

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

Commercial.. DUNGOG H. O: Dark & Oo. report ns follows s— Maizo: nominal. Eggs, 7d to 8d doz, falling. Ohntf, 3s ;' dull Bacon, 4Jd Buttor, 4d to Cd Cedar, Board, IBs to 16s por 100ft. Ducks, 1b 6d to 2a Fowls, la Gd to 2s ' Potatoop, 8s 6d to 4s ewt. ~ Oats, 2.t. Beeswax, Gd to 8d per lb. Honey, 10s tin. (Kcroseno tins objection able.) ' _ Cape barloy, 2s Gd ; English baroly, 2s Gd. Edward Piper roports— Maize — Market still very much depresse d. Prices nominal. OutB, 2s per bushel Honey, 7s Gd to 10s per tin ; plentiful. Barloy, 2i Gd to 3s por bushel Potatoes, £3 10s. - Chuff, £3 lo £4 ; very plentiful li'gga, declining in prtco Hucon, nono offoring. Wax, Gd to 9d Cedar, up to 16s, according to quality. Buttor, a complete gift. I am offering quan tities at 3d lb. ' . .

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

THE DEFENCE. Anthony Henny, sworn, stated: On j. the 23rd March I impounded 10 bill-' ' locks and 5 head of horses from his | cultivation paddock. I found ' a; post : | brok&n in two and two panels of fence | down, and tracks leading from Tfeil's paddock to my pla-'e,'and in my 'cul- ; | tivation. The corn waa destroyed, and- '. | the land cut up, I impounded .them i at Dungog, and saw the poundkeeper. . i j I put 4s a head damages on the stock. ' j 1 made no charge for driving, and did. : j not instruct the poundkeeper to charge . j any particular amount. I received no ' j notice of a protest being entered .'after j the first impoundiug, On the 24th I J impounded 5 head of cattle from my ' grass paddock ; they were supposed to ? I be Neil's, and I put Is . per head on ' | them, except a cow there a Becond I time, which I charged double. I gave !, no instructions as to the amount to be : j charged as mileage. -The poundkeeper | told me that tbe money had been*! paid, j on th...

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

IMPOUNDING CASE. George Neil v. Anthony Henny — Excessive damages and driving fees on stock impounded. Mr Soiling appeared for plaintiff and Mr Waller for defendant. George Neil stated that he had land adjoining Henny's grass and cultiva tion paddock. Tbe fence dividing Henny's cultivation from his bush pad -1 nitlr Tono a nnn mil Bnnlinff fnnnn 'Tlio dividing fence between Henny and himself was a very bad one, and not fit to keep cattle put. The fence in some- places bad been broken down and then propped up with old pieces of timber. In another place the top rail waH down, and the other rail only 2 feet from the ground, over which cattle could easily cross. There were a lot of bad places all along the fence. There waa a creek ruuniiig into Henny's land, and tho fence there was totally insufficient to keep cattle out. On the 22nd March he saw a place where the fence bad been wholly broken down. -He found 8 hprses aDd 3 head of cattle at the pound that day ; they had been running on ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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SATURDAY, APRIL 7. (Before F. W. Garstany, Esq., P.M., and A. W. M'Math, J.P ) ASSAULT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Satuhiiav, Apbil 7. ( Before F. W. Oarstany, Fsq., P.M., and A. W. M'Matlt, J. P ) ASSAULT CASES. William Newell v. Mary Ann No well. Mary Ann Newell v. William Ne well. ? . Tlieso were cross cases for assault. Mr Soiling appeared for W. Newell, and Messrs Elliott and Waller for | .jjllx'* x^tswen. ] !W. Newell, deposed: On Sunday, 18th March, at Foierton, g,t my place the assault took place. I -was at the ^v-Jback of the house, in the paddock ; ?.- defendant was there; I said, 'I Wf. cauglit you stealing my corn.' She then pic-ed up slicks an threw lliem at me. I dodged the pieces in d they went past me. She bad a ling in her hand and struck me over the head with it. She called me. a thief, and said I had to leave Sydii' y for being a rogue. She struck me several times ; it did not hurt me ; my hat was not knocked off. She afterwards threw the peg of the gate at me ; it did not hit me. I said if she hit me again I would break her jaw. She asked me to strike her, as that was all she...

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

Tenders A EE invited for the PAINTING and REPAIRING pf the DUN GOG SCHOOL;|OF ARTS. 7 ,, Pull particularg on /pplication^' to the undersigned ' / Tenders close at 13 o'clock (noon), on TUESDAY, 10th inst. J. STEUERWALD, Hon. Sec. Municipal District — OF /- N Dungog. OTICE ia hereby given that an assessment 1im been^made and a rate of ony^hillinrfin the pound (£) has beeitf/i^osefj/upoi/ all rateable property withiwipe Muhicipnl DiBtripfrf ' tor tho Mtitjicijtfl year 1894=^findor the provision* Mid for-tbtf-purpose set forth in Soctuffi 104, of the Muni cipalitios Acjffl867, and that the rate book contaiflnig such assessment is now open M- the inspection of all parties interested therein at tho Coun cil Gloik'sAesidence, Myles Street. /'WILLIAM LLOTD, ' / Council Clerk. Auction Sales. Gospel Army Hall, . Stroud. Jolin Robson HAS received instructions from the ? Trustees to sell by ,n'imtion nt Robson's Hotel, Duiiecg, /in SATUR DAY, 2Hth April, 2 o'clock. ALL' THAT VALpA/LE BLOCK OF ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Official Correspondence. Public Works Department. Sydney, 2nd April, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Official Correspondence. Public Works Department. - Sydney, 2nd April, 1894. Sir, — With reference to ..your re presentations on the subject of the necessity for the erection of a bridge over the Williams River at Glen William, 1 am directed to inform you that the Spcretary for Public Works has approved of this structure being erected at the site known as 'Dillon's,' and instruction have been given to invite tenders for the work. — I have the honor to be, &c. J. Barlhtg, Under Secretary. H. H. Brown, M. P. '

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

Maitland Show. The forthcoming jubilee arid Na tional exhibition Under the auspiceB of the Hunter River. Agricultural Society, at West Maitland, on the 18th, 19th, and 20th April, promises to be suc cessful beyond all previous experience of the society. The entries havff now closed, with total fully three thousand exhibits, and extras are still coming in /tnil-rr TUa fl.Q display will be horses of all classes' numberipg fully three hundred head ; cattle, pedigree and' miscellaneous, 302 ; poultry, pigeons, canaries, and and dogs, 320 ; farm produce, notwith standing freshes and floods, is in strong evidence with over 500 exhibits ; while agricultural implements, machinery, and buggies are well represented; with some 500 entries ; fine arts and needlework are also in great-' array, there being nearly ' 900 entries ; there will also bo a a splendid array of flow ers. The Notional Prizes offered by the Government haB induced competi tion for the collections generally throughout the Bho...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Police Court, Dungog. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1891. (Before F. W. Garstang, Esq., P.M, J. Abbott, and A. V. Mc Math; Esqs., J's.P. THE BARK CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 April 1894

Police Court, Dungog. Friday, April 0, 1891 {Before F. TV. Garstany, Esq,, P.M., J. Abbott, anil A. H~. McMath ; ' Fsqs., J' s. P. THE BARK CASE. William Rumblo appeared on re mand, charged with stt aling 12 sheets of bark the properly, of Albert Ed wards, of TJnderbank. Mr S&lling appeared For defendant, and Senior-Constable Preston prose Constable Green, sworn, Rave evi. | dence of having visited Mr Everett's ] where he saw a certain quantity of bark. He measured ft. He then went to the residence of accused, and asked him where he got the .bark which he had sold to Mrs. Everett, and accused Buid ho and his brother had stripped the bark on thn bcIiooI reserve, arid showed several trees from which It was taken. The constable measured tbo spaces on tbe trees from which the bark had boen taken, and they did not corroHpond with the bark at Everett's. Tbe constable next proceeded to Ed wards' hut where the bark was alleged to have been stolen. He measured a sheet left at the hut...

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 — 10 April 1894

Church Services. APRIL. Gannon of Enoland Sunday 15th- — Dungog 10.30, render, 7.30, Rev. J. Vosper; TJnderbank 10.30, Bendolba 3, Rev. J. Vosper; Clarence Town 7, Mr King. J. YOSPKR, Incumbent. PjJBSBrrBBIAH. Sabbath 15tb. — Dungog 10.30 and 7.30, Rev. D. Baird ; Eosterton 3, Rev. D. Baird ; Monkerai 11, ' Mr G. A . Mackav ; Tellegherry 10.30, Mr J. A. Mackenzie. . BEV. DAVID BAIRD. West.etan. Wednesday 11th. — Dungog 7.30, Rev. P. Dixon. Sunday 15th. — Dungog 10.30, Rev. E. . Dixon (Sacrament), 7.30, Miss Huggart ; Clarence Town 7.30, (School of Arts), Rev. E. Dixon ; Chichester.. 10.30, and Bandon Grove 3, Mr R. Barnes. BEV. F. DIXON Baptist. Lord's Day 15th.— Thalaba 3, Rov. I-\ Dixon, 7.30, Evangelistic Service, Mr Robt. Berry, sen. will preside ; Monkerai 3 and 7'.30, Pastor R. J. Middleton. Wednesday lltb.— Thalaba 7.30. B. J. MIDDLETON. Pastor Rohan Catholic. Sunday 15th. — Brookfield 9 ; Dungog 11 ; Tea Gardens 10. BEV. J. FLYNN

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Subscribe TO THE 4 CHRONICLE' ? ' ? AND ? ? Be Happj. Send Your Orders to tlie 'Chronicle Office' ' FOR JOB PRINTING. Advertise ? IN THE 'CHRONICLE' — IT— - Will Pay You. S. E. SELIG, Practical Watch- and Clock Maker, Jeweller Optician, ' etc., ; , DOWLING ' STREET, DUNGOG. To the Inhabitants of Dungog .and ? Surrounding District, TTAVING boon induced to start in jour JUL .district, I beg to offer jou first-class work, und sincerely hopo tluit you ^ ill pat roniso ti'c, so us to kocp a first-class tradesman in tlie district. I know as ft rule, after tho public liavo lmd tlieir watehes and jewellery botched by eo-callud wutobmakors, that they nrcdubious about giving their work to othors, but you can safoly bring your witches and jowollery to mo and get them woll and skilfully repaired Tho work will bo dono punctually ? and also guaranteed. I also intend poriodicullv visiting the different townB around Dungog, and any work tou may liavo you can Bave for me, and itwill bo returned tho ...

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Frightful Death of a Young Lady. A COLUMN OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Frightful Death of a Young Lady. A COLUMN OF FIRE. The St. Petersburg corres pondent of the Standard re ports a terrible accident wnich has happened at Sablina, a village near the Russian capital where many rich Russians have country residences. ' A young married lady of good - family, and well known in society, wes vexed at finding her hair be ginning to fall, and, by the ad vice of a friend, she washed it with petroleum. One morning after performing this operation she was sitting in her dressing gown with all luxuriant hair hanging loose to dry, but being annoyed by the strong smell, she lighted a cigarette. In an instant she was enveloped in flames. Her husband, who was in the next room, hearing her cries, rushed in, and says he simply saw a column of fire blazing fiercely. In spite of all efforts he could not extin guish the flames, which simply burned themselves out. ihe condition of the unfortunate lady baffles description. She had covered her eyes with her hands, and they and...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Local and General. Mining. — We are glad to learn that Mr H . G-. Hooke, of Rocky Hill, has agreed to allow prospectors to look for gold on his property. It is said that sevocal reefs are known to exist not far from his residence, and Messrs Redman and Moylan- are now busy, sinking on a lfador. We sincerely hope that they will be successful in their guest. . Cherry Thee Hill. — It is evident tbat Mr P. C. Cooper still has great faith in Cherry Tree Hill. He has pegged out a claim on the eastern side of Johns' lease, arid has already struck the reef, which shows a good prospect. False Report. — It bas been ru mored in Dungog that Mr. ,C. E. Broome, lste head master of tbe Dun gog Public School (who has now charge of the Windsor Public School), was in trouble with tbo Department owing to tho death by burning of a little girl, at the Windsor School. It now tran spires that the child was not under Mr. Broome's chargo at all, and there fore, ho was in no way connected with the sad case. ...

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How to get to Coolgardie Without Money. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

How to get to Coolgardie Without Money. A young fellow, popularly ? s known in Sydney as «Tim Cre v gan, told his mates some time ' _ ago that he was determined to go to West Australia, in spite ' of. the fact that he was a ' bro ' ' ker.' They only laughed at ;him, but Jim disappeared sud denly- from Sydney, and no ? ' 1 thing was heard of him till the other day, when the following ! : ; reached an intimate friend of ? hU' ' 'Coolgardie, February .16, 1'894. -Dear Tom, — I told you I'd do it, and I got here you see at last.; I could not stand it any longer, so one day ? I was watching a steamer go ing with some chaps for Cool gardie, so I stowed myself away. They found me out the next morning, and lumbered me in Melbourne. The Mel 1 'bourne jug is horrid. I next stowed away, and they gave me two weeks in Adelaide. The jug there is worse ; than ? any— the skilly is bad, and the ' screws' (warders) are terrible dogs. I did my two weeks, and when I came out I stowed tvway again, and I...

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Latest News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Latest jNews. [By Telegraph.'] (INTERCOLONIAL.) SYDNEY, Thursday. Nearly the whole of lust night was wasted in the Assembly on the motion 'for an adjournment, and about disrat ing policemen. The Glen Innes railway has passed the committee, and a new clause was agreed to, giving them power to charge special rates until the receipts will pay tlie working expenses and interest. Tlie amendment to the Electoral Act was postponed, and the Council coneludrd the consideration of the Mining on Private Lands Bill, but Pit cher's amendment remains intact. Min ister Copeland says he dt:es not see anything very ol jcctionable in the other amendments, but that Pilcher's may probably require eradication, Tho third reading is fixed for Tuesday next. The Tasmaniun Government has re signed, and Sir Edward Braddon is forming a new administration. The main camp at Wyalongis being deseitedforiiew rushes. . During an enteitainment in the North Botany Town Hall an accident occurred through a tin' of methy...

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Rich Mendicant. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Rich Mendidant. William Lambert, a sight less man, ajed 52, lias' been well known as the 'blind beggar', not of Bethnall Green, but of Hunter Street, Newcastle. For years this trader upon public sympathy has utilised a beat extending from ' Newcomen street to Perkin-street/ .. He seems to have found this area a very profitable one, and had he been more caretul in his method of operation, he might have continued to enjoy it. Unfortunately for himself, but undoubtedly better for the country, he carried on business ? extensively, and with too high ? a hand. Not content with the . . perambulatory method of in viting attention to his position, . he has cooly brought a chair ?with him and placed himself in several of the most con spicuous parts of Hunter street This has greatly annoyed the shopkeepers, whose doors he has honoured by his presence, and he has frequently been told to 'move on.' This not having the desired effect, a summons ?was issued. This again being treated with contempt,...

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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 April 1894

Correspondence ft must bo distinctly - understood that wo do not hold oursolves rosponsiblo for tho opinions oxurossed by our corroapondonts.

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