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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

? Passing Notes. Some of the practices that for some time past have boon open secrets to racing mon are now being made public property through the sporting libel case now proceeding in Melbourne. It's ft marvel that when men know that horses nre pulled and that jockeys are paid to ride favourites for a lose in stead of a win, they should risk their . money upon the chances of things being straight, whon most everything is crooked. But they do and probably will continue to do so, losing their hard earned money on a lot of idling loafing tricksters who make it their business to gull and cheat the public and fleece thorn, of their money somehow or the other oveT pretty well every race that s run. And yet the green-horns con tinue to hang about the Sydney racing shops and lay odds uii horses that are nevor intended to win. Thereissome .. thing-stirring and exciting .about an honest horse raeo, when whip and spur are kept in their proper place and half a dozen fine animals are facing for...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

^WATCHES.' ABB QtrXBANTBKDTOaiVKBVHIlYSA.TlSFA.GTIOR -OXHBBWISB WILL BB EXCHANGED. 813 George-St,, Sydney. (Opposite Railway Station) ( ^ unrivailed Keyless *) 20e. J Watof. A Strong. Roli- £ 20s. ( able, Cheap *vatoh. ) 'English Laver, full-jewelled, com £2 j,0s. ?wpon8fttion balaneo, 2 years' * guarantee. {'My unequalled English Lorer, £3 10s. ? full covorcd cap, patent action, . ( 3 years* gtmranteo. f My special Key or Koylese English £4] ' Lovor, compensation balanco, patent (aotion, 3 years guarantee . C First-class TCoy or Koyless English ;£4 10s. ? Lever, full covorod cap, patent, . . ( hand finished. 4. yeare' guarantee. ... f First-class Koy or Keyless English ne .i Lovor, conipon6ntiori balanco, full 1 coverod cap, hand finished, 5 years1 ( guarantee. /'The ACME English Lover, full ohro T q i nomctor balance, adjustod, 15 ruby / j^ole, iv correct timckeopor, 6 years \ guarantee. Flv-bock Minuto OIIRONOGRAPITS £8 8b. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Six -yours1 guarantoo. Highly re...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Money at 5 per cent. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Money at 5 per cent. The decision of the Victorian Gov ernment to lend money to farmers of that colony through the Savings Bank at 5 per cent interest is meeting with much adverse criticism. Tbe London Times Eays that the Government ought not to lend on securities which the banks reject. Truly it is not much the Times can know of the ways of banks with colonial farmers ! That is a mystery into which even Miss Shaw's keen intellect did not penetrate. The colonial banks have never encouraged farming. Any security was favoured by them in preference to the Bmall agricultural holding. Tbe squatter might, in the good times, borrow up to the hilt ; advances were made on all sorts ot unsatisfactory city and subur ban property ; even mining scrip waB occasionally good backing for a loan ; but the banks have never taken kind ly to the hard working sons of the soil, or their farms. There was not enough in it ; no one would lend at fair and reasonable interest to the man who was really the back...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SKETCH, STORY and VERSE, Advts. in Verse—For Tucker—In the Train—Bob Baley's Doak. (Copyright the Federal Association of Journalists) ADVTS IN VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Sketch, story aid verse, ? - By KAND0LPI1 BLDFOHD. . ? Advts. In Verse— For Tucker— In / the Ti'nlii— Bob Dnlfly's Doalt, - - \;,' .y.r(Coi)yritjhl tho federal J«8ociaf»on o/ JoumalieU./; , ADVTS. IN VERSE. ?*r t 4* ^ LlrTLE while ago I started to supplement niy ..meogro journalistic income by' writing ? f.y w ^aclvts, in verso, and accordingly arranged' :-&- ? -with a fool-canvnsaor to divide profits j ? .tho bargain being that I should write the j. advts. and that he should sell them. For a vtew.months tilings went well, and we halved ' many guineas (I always write advts. for - . Success at last turned tho head of my can . vasser, who began doing the whole business :? himself. But ho made the mistako of be . hoving that all lines— especially hardware, ' . blue metal, and red paint— could be adver- ? tised. in verse, and this belief ? caused his'* ?fall. His .first mistake was in tho case of*a , .piano-manufacturing firm. Lie had led them ? ? to beliovo that ho was an adver...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Cultivation of Beet Root. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

The Cultivation of Beet Root. A telegram from Hobart mentioned Mr. Audley Coote's schomo for stimu lating the cultivation. oE beetroot. In the course of an interview with, a rep resentativo of the Mercury, Mr. Cooto said : — ' I am authoriBBd to make an offer to the farmers of the Weatbury district, on behalf of a Preuch com pany, to deal largely with for beet root ; hut it is on the condition that they will supply an adequate quantity. If tho farmers will agree to specially grow about 2000a. of beet, or, at any rate, cultivate an area equal to supply ing at least 200 tons a day for five months in tho year, for five years,, the company will establish a beet factory in their midst, th6 plant of which will ci»st £40,000. Thoy will pay the far mers cash doivn- for all the beet root tbny can grow and bring to .the fac tory ; but it liiua'.'not be lesB than 200 inns a day, otherwise tho project wi-uld not pay the company. The now idea is to blend the best root sugar thUB maf'e with the Q...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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AN OLD WORLD AUTUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

. , AN OLD WORLD AUTUMN. , ? ? Gono tho l-ipplo and the rushes of tho love ' „ - songs of the. thrushes, Sftk'A,HGonette roses in tho closes of tho garden, ? c.. J..- and tho blushes Jj - -.Of the shy verbena creeping- by tho old ^ south wall, and steeping All its sweotaess in tho sweetness of tho J .: A . Blumb'rons summer huslies .-;,0 -And over, ovor all, ma gold and ! crimson . . ? , pall, . ' Oor leaflets waxing crimson, and o'er . grasses bronzing brown, - , , With a sad and solemn stir,- arid -a riistlo1 r- '-.-i .andawhirr, .. . The leaves, are drifting down— drifting . ayo and over down. ? : i .?.???£«* tHo summer tribute render; lot tho ; - summer tribute tender To tho autumn warrior who comes to ask for her surrender. : v ; , - And tho sight of maize-ears golden, seems -to us a sight that's oldon, ? v ; . n *!°r f'o summer sun is quenched till - 5 there comes next year's Amendor. - .. - And ever over all, King Death docs hold' ; !?;. -- 1 . Ins thrall, --;'V ?A°[} ho ''I?...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Tenders ! TENDERS are required for PAIN TING aud REPAIRS to Pres byterian Church Dungog.1 Particulars on application to Mr. H. C. Dark. Tenders close with; thef undersigned on Thursday 19th inst. f G. A. JIAf KAY, f Hem Secretary. Melhee, i April 16th 1894. f ELECTORATE^ GLOUCESTER H. cduferNEY, WILL ADDRESS ^MEETING of TV the EL]fCTji!)R| in tho School l)f Arts, . £ T R/q U D , oifE — THURSDAY VeXtI APRIL I9TH. The Mooting will Commence at 8 p.m.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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How the Premier Was Knighted. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

How the Premier Was Knighted. The following is an extract from an interesting character sketch of the Premier written by J. Tighe Ryan for the 'Review of Reviews': — 'I can only give a weak description of his in terviews with the Queen. Lord Hunts ford presented him- to Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace, where he .had the honour of answering her many in quiries about the people of Australia. She introduced him to one of her daughters. The Queen, being in mourning, wore a plain block dress. Sir George was charmed with her simple manners. 1 1 afterwards went to the Isle of White,' he said ' and drove with Lord Knutsford to ' the palace in ' the royal carriage. Lord Knutsford announced me to Her Majesty. I went down on one knee, and she asked General Byng for his sword. He offered her the uniform dreB8 sword, but she requested him to present his own sword instead. She then took the sword, and, touching my head and shoulder, said, ' In tbe name of the Pather, and of the Son, and of the H...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Arbor Day. TENDERS will.be receivod up to 3 p.m. on FRIDAY, 20th iust., for , : WORK ia CoDuectiou v^-ith the pre paration of the Grouifd for Tree planting. . f.-.j The lowest or any .^Tender not ne cessarily accepted. ?/-* 5 Particulars on application to J. FILSHIE, Principal,

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 — 17 April 1894

Church Services. APRIL Gecbou ob (Enoland Sunday 22nd.— Dangog 8 (H.C ), 10.30, Rev. J. 'Yospir, 7 30, Mr King ; Chicheitpr 10 30, Ben- * dolba 3 ; Glen William 3 ; Clar- c erice Town 7.30, iBev. J. Vospor. J. VOSPHSR Incumbent. Pbbsbitbeian. \ Sabbatb-22nd.- — Dungog 10 30, Re*. ? D. Battd, 7.30, Mr G A Mackay; BandonGrove3,]\Ir F A. Hooke; ' . .Torryburn 4, Rev D Baird. Monday 23rd.— Big Creek 10 30. - REV. DAYID BAIBD. ' Wesleyam Sabbath 22nd.— Duugog 10 30, Rev. R. J. Middleton, \7 30, Mr F. Rumble; Telogberiy 10 30, Rev. F. Dixon ; Strond 2 30 and 7 30, ^ Rev. F. Dixon. J Wednesday.— Dungog 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon. EET. F.DIXON Baptist. Lord's Day 22nd.— Thai, ba 3 and 7, . Pu'stor R. J. Midiloton. 'The Lord's Day.' ' La 7. and Grace.' ; Wednesday.^ No service E. J. MIDDSjETON. | Pastor Boman Catholic. ^ Sunday 22nd. — Dungog 9 Brookfield 11 ; Clarence Town 11. -.iv J,;::' . j,- r REV. Jr . FLYNN - -

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Various Verses to Suit the Season. A HYMN OF THE TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Various Verses to Suit the Season. A HYMN OF THE TIME. v ^Vhcro tho blue of tlio Palestine hills casts a ? ? shade o'or the groy of tho plain Bloody men did a deed that has cursed them for all of tho ages to bo ; And, now in tho light of an ngo hcrculoim, ? . thoy slay Christ ajjain— They slay Hiin by slaying tho poor — by 011 .slaving tho men who wero free — And (or naught has Christ died,, for tho - hucksters who clothed Ilia old tcmplo with ? shame, - ~ Now spit 011 His name. . Oh ! Christ, ero a year's overpast— ere tlio year that's to bo is begun — ? - . ? ? i\-.' Wo pray Thoe deliver tho many ,\vhoi: toil - . . ; - -lieath tho whips of tho fow ; Burn them, oh Lord, with a flaino' from a ? / led and inoflnblo sun, '-. : . . . ?Thoy. who. havo stolen the land,- and- tho , v ? . lains, and the sGn, and tho dow ; ' ' Help ,us, oh ! Many-Times-Slain— distant - God, whom wo see through a mist— ? Ilelp lid, oh Christ 1 * * taster, 1891. Gloiioe Austin.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

The discovery of alluvial gold is ; reportod on Allen's Buddigower station 12 miles south west of Wyalong, and ?. 25 miles from Barmedman. A- great rush has set. Sir George Dibbs and Mr. F. B. Suttor were banquetted 111 Bathurst : ?by the local Agricultural Society and the citizens. The 'Premier, who is opposed to le galising the eight-hours' system, says v he considers himself a lazy man, for he works only 20 hours out of tho 24. A Chicago merchant married a man by mistake, tbe other day, and is now appealing to tbe courts to get tho marriage annulled. ,Tbe object of tbe supposed bride is thought to have been; to possess hijiself of tho bridegroom's money, thinking he would. not care to admit that he had been duped. ' Work,' asseits Sis George Dibbs, 'is the secret and tiie salvation of life, and -we must trust to the energy of tho people to rescue the colony from its difficulties.' The House of Commons received wi'li cheers an announcement that a British protectorate ovfP^pgaada i...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THE HARRINGTON FARMERS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

THE BARBINGTON FARMERS, 7 o tho Editor. Sir, — In a recent issue of your paper there appeared a paragraph from your Barrington correspondent, who stated that it was uutrue that I hud either been asked or had done anything in the matter of obtaining relief for tho Barrington farmers after tho late floods. I may point out that 1 havo nevor before deemed it worth while to take the least notice of anyone writing anony mously to newspapers, as they are in variably either cranks, or oversfficioua schoolmasters, to whom the lines of Pope are very applicable: 'A little learning is a dangerous thing.' I will, however, chariUbly suDpose that the person wrote in ignorance rather than truth. In order that your readers may-| undeastand my connection with the matter of the Barrington farmers I will give a short account of the facts of the case, which are as follow*: — ' On the 9th of March, I visited Bar rington River, and rode from Copeland to Mr Sheltoti's farm and back past Shaw 3', at the req...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Correspoiicleiice- I I» must bo distinctly understood that wo do not hold ouraolves responsible, /or -tho | opinions oxoresaed by our correspondents.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

CATTLE. (In the cabtlu sections the dairy breeds . were uot so numerously represented as ono \ might hope for iu a great dairying country .Mike this; but yet the dairying representa tives enormously outnumbered tho -examples of beef breeders. There wore but 98 cata logue numbers of dairy cattle, principally Ayrshircs aud .Torscys ; and in tho beef stalls only 10 Durhams, two or threo polled cattle, and absolutely 110 Devons and no Ilerefords. The reaBous pleaded for this poverty-strickcu display are the depresniou, low rates for ^B^stock, cost of preparation, and lio chauco of Bgyale thereafter. Now, in Victoria, there is ^^^^B^orc bitter depression than here, and yet c!^93, bad times and all considered, ^^H^^Bed neither in number nor general ex ^^^^^Hnce of exhibits. Wo think the real ^^^Hn of this paucity of entry in many ^^^^H)iis is . the Briticism— that Briticism believes not in advertisiug — of tho South Wales farmer aud grazier. ^^^?0 evidently the farmer and grazier ex when ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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"They Say." [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

' They Say. ' That Mr H. H., Brown has sue- - ceeded in obtaining a lot of money for tho electorate, for thecirrying out of ; various much noeded works, much to the ouvy of surrounding electorates. That Mr Lyne's visit to tho show wijl be a popular event. That the entries for tho show will :? '.:?? exceed thq?e of last year. That the Maitland' show this week ? promises t'o bo a big success ; and That a large number of people froin this district will be prosent. That no\v cattle pens are to be eroc-' tod on the liical show ground. That Mr Valler is carrying on dairy ing operations very successfully at : Wallarobba.', He has a De Laval separator, which treats GOgals. oi milk ' per hour. ? 1 That some of the farmers of Thajaba, who send milk to the Wira Gulla fac- ? tory, saj^ that itipays splendidly. : That we would like to see more of our farmers pay attention to dairying pursuits. ' That Mr J. B. Dark will have his creamery ready for operations at the end of this month. ^

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

IN THE, HOT WEATHER People are liable to contract complaints, ' ; especially in connection with the - ''.'XTti KIDNEYS y and LIVER, ^ Which, if not at onco counteracted, . . ' may lead to chronic and painful diseases.. : 'V: ? FORTUNATELY, ^ WARNER'S 5 Is at hand as a Reliable and Perfecrt^Bedy in all such eases. By its intrinsic \^^ics this Medicine has Established for Itself a Record Calculated to excite tho ^ FULLEST CONFIDENCE IN THE' ' PUBLIC MIND.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Parliament House, [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

Parliament Houeo, „ . 13-3—04. Iho Hon. tho Seoretary for Education. Dear Sir, — I can fully boar out tho ro port of Mr. E. Atkinson Price, from enqui ries I havo made, and beg to urgo upon your department tho . desirability . of immediately sending an officer to report on the Barring ton farms. Yours otc., AUSTIN OIIAI'lIAN. Th0 day following Mr. Chapman and I in- 1 tcrviewod Mr. Gibson, , lie 'agreed to consult Mr. Brownrigg, and as tho Ministor was 0 lit of town, to act upon tho representations. Wo subsequently saw Mr. Brownrigg, and tho rosult may be best ascertained from tho following official letter, (tho original of which is in tho hands , of Mr. N. Boll, Barrington, viz., -.- ? 1-:1' :-??'?- -.-??'?-? [Cory] Church and School Lands Oflico, Sydnoy, 20th March, '91 Sir,— I haro tho honor to acknowledge the roceipt-of jour letter of tho 14lh instant, setting forth that considcrablo damago has bpun dono to tho farmers residing on the Bar rington and Gloucester rivors, by the flo...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MAITLAND. E. W. SPAEKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

MAITLAND. E. A7. SPARKE'b EEPOBT. £*& Put-Cattle.' — Supplies, although not .;?£ in exccss, proved ample to satisfy the ? requirements of the limited number of VuyerB Values were without change. My consignments consisted chiefly of :yu light. cows which sold fnirly for the .. weights. I have sold — On account of W. Fisher, cows and heifers from £1 Y-j 5a to £1 15a Gd, bullocks at £2 ; L. ? 5 1 MeDcnald, cows at £3 7s, heifers at £1 18a; J-T. Junor, bnlloclts from £2 6s to £2 18s, cows at £1 lis ; Geo. i Thomas, bullocks at £2 10s, cows at £2 17b ; F. Burrell, bullocks at £3 16s; Agents, bullocks from £2 5s to ' i £3 4s ; E. Vickery and SonB, cows ' ; from £1. 12s t' £2 3s Cd, ditto (rough) f rom £1 Ss to £1 6b ; C. Wilkinson, bullocks at £2 9s ; H.H.Brown, cows i i and heifers from £1 9b to £2 3s. ? ; \ir Pat Calves. — The market for these has completely collapsed ; only prime vealers command anything like atten ' tion. It is difficult to get a bid for inferior qualities, i ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGONG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 April 1894

' I Commercial. DUNGOG^ H. 0. Park &- Co, report Ub follows : — Mrvizo: nominal. . y ' Kgga, 7d to 8d doa, falling. * Chuff, 3s ; dull ' . Bucon, 4id . . ; Butter, 4d to Gd Cedar, Board* 16a to 16a per 100ft. Pucks, Is fid to 2b Fowls, la Gil to 2a -- Potatoes, 8s Gd to 4s cwt. Outs, 2a. Beeswax, Gd to 8d por lb. lloney, 10s tin. (Kerosene tins objection able.) Capo barley, 2s Gd j English barely, 2a 6d. - Edward Piper reports— Maize — Market still vory low in prico. Snmples coming forward not boir^ dry rnouph to i»tore. Pri™ — Dnrgrtf IsOd; .('lurtncn Tcwn, 2a fur icsX drt* .samples, per but»)n'l 10s per tin ; plentiful. Uarloy, 2? Gd to 3s por bushel Potatoes, £3 to £ 4. Clwff, £3 to £4 / vorv plentiful Fggs, bought at market rates. _ Bacon, nono offoring. Wax, 6d to 9d ; Butter— 3d to 6d j plentiful. Cedar, 12s to 17b, according to quality and size. ,

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