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The Political Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

The Political Outlook. f. That Sir George Dibbs ia no great favourite' with the mass of the people of this colony ia usually taken for granted. He certainly has never~'dis played very eminent talent either as a statesman, a financier, or public speaker. Ho lias prolonged the exist once of tlie present useless Parliament to the utmost, and there are growing indications that the Government is o+rartrvlifAfiiYify ifa nnoi'f.tnn nriA ITTmmV ing its prospectB for the next' election by putting off tlie date on which they must face tho verdict of the country. Time is just now strongly upon tlie side' of tbose in power. Having touched the lowest level things are' to some extent. on the mend all 'over the world, and it is only natural that the Government should be credited with some of the .improvement. Seasons . hnve been favourable, the yield of gold is increasing, the' disorganisation 'of , ? the- labour market is rectifying itself, arid commercial onterpriso is to some extent recovering ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

ABB OUABAKTBEDTO GIVE EVERY 8 ATI8FAOTICW OTIIBRWI8B WILL OB BXOHANOKD. 813 George-St., Sydney. (Opposite Railway Station) C Tho unrivalled Kbyless *) 20S. J 'Watoit. A Strong, Koli- - 20s. ( able, Cheap watch. ) t 'English Lever, full-jewelled, com £2 1 0s. 3 ponsation balanco, 2 years' t guarantee. { My unequalled English Lover, £3 10s. ] full covered cap, patont action, I (. 3 years* guarantoe. f.My special Key or Keyless English JJ4 } Levor, compensation balanco, patont ( action, 3 .years guarantee C First-class Key or Koylcas English £4 10S. \ Lever, full covered cap, patont, t band finished. 4 yenre1 guarantoo. / First-clasB Koy or Keyless English ne \ I.evor, compensation balance, full ^ 1 covered cap, hand finished, 6 years' ( guarantee. /'The ACME English Lover, full clirs To) nomctor balanco, adjusted, 15 rubo 1 jewole, a correct limokoopor, Gycnry ( guarantee, Flv-back Minuto CHRONOGRAPHS £8 8b. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Six Toars* guarantoo. Highly rccommendcd. Ladies' Sil...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Beet Sugar Industry [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

The Beet Sugar Industry The MinistoV .ir Mines and Agricul ture recently received a deputation with reference to tho boot sugar in dustry. Tbe deputation consisted of Messrs C. Fraotikel and P. J. Gundo'n. It wns pointed out Ihnt tbo climate conditions and soil of New South Wales were admirably adapted for thr successful cultivation uf tbe sugar beet, and much good had already been done by the Agriculiural Department in conducting experiments to prove this fact. Attention was drawn to Mr Van de Velde's statements in the press on the subject of tho bonus offered by the Victorian Government to en courage the industry. £100,000, it was contended, would sot bo sufficient for the purpose of undertaking the alteration and manufacture on lines nimilar to those indicated by the Vic torian Government. The deputation proposed, provided that tho New South Wales Government will offer the same inducement as that offered in Victoria, and would pledge itself not to hamper the scheme with restricti...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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JOSH BILLINGS' PHILOSOPHY. Short Essays. LUY [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

JOSH BILLINGS' PHILOSOPHY. . Short Essays. LUV. -Luv iz a pashun that iz cazicr felt than deskribed. It iz common to the yung and middle-aged ; and even old fellows hav thought they had the diseoze. It generally makes viktims feci phoolish, . and akt foolish, top. , Sumtimcs it breaks out sudden, without, enny warning ; and then, agin, it comes on , slo,' like tho rumatiss. I have known sum poshunis to be in luv for six months and not kno exnktiy what did ail them ;'ond then I hav known other cases where the partys thought they was in iuv, and nothing wnz tho matter ov them all the time, only ' they waz out of a job. ijumthing to do allwuss kures tbeze kind ov attacks. When n person really ii in luv, he izn't fit for anything else. It-unfits a farmer and a blacksmith for buzziness just az mutch r.z it duz a student at law or a boarding skool miss. . -Gcnuino luv never fastens its fangs onto a fellow being but once ; he often gits nip ped by it before and afterward, but the fust skar...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Suicidal Mania. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Suicidal Mania. There is undoubtedly a great increase 6f suicides within the last few years, though in almost everyone of the thickly populated countries. In America and England the sad roll of those who caBt away their, own lives grows and grows. In France ami Germany the same is the case, while in Austria a terrible epidemic of self destruction thinned out -the army. Strange and sensational devices are being resorted to for making the act as notable or as comfortable as tbe circumstances, will permit. There is a general predeliction in European countries in favor of being blown to atoms with explosives or cut to pieces with trains.. Foisonis at a discount So also seem to be the knife . and the bullet: In America some very pleasing and artistic con ceptions bsv6 been introduced and are catching on. .One 'of these was illustrated in the case of a Pennsylvania tramp, who recently Bought to quit this va'e of tears in an itgeuiouB and luxuriant manner. He rigged up an amateur guillotin...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Necklace of Truth [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

The Necklace of Truth , There was onco a littlo girl who told storiei only to give beraolf pleasure. ? To Bomo chil dren lying does not appear a serious matter and a littio lie, or a big ono at need, if. if saves punishment or 0 duty, if thoy gct'Mij ploasura out of it, or it igratifles their self love, is the most lawful thing in the world. Now that was jmt tho coso with our - little girl. For. her truth was a thing which did not exist. Hvory excuse was good, provided that it wns accepted, ilor parents wore long duped by her atones, but at last they per-' ' ceived that oho told them untruths, and from that moment thoy had nu'longer tho (least confidence in her. It is very terrible to parents when they can no more believe the words of their children. Better almost not to havo ohildrou, for.thohabitof lying, curly acquired, may lead later to tho most shame ful faults, and thoy may thus bo brought up only for dishonor. . After having tried many means uselessly, the father and mother o...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Curious Horse Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Curious Horse Shoes. Queer contiivances have been adop ted for horse-shoes. Thus the Ro mans seem to have used a kind of ran dal of iron. The Japanese used Ban dais made of rice straw, bundles of which were tied to the saddle, to be attached to the feet when tbe hoofs became much worn. Other such san dals have been made of silk and cot ton. In Iceland the peasants some times shoe with sheep a horn. In tbe valley of the Upper Oxus tbe antlers of the mountain deer are used for the same purpose, the shoes being fastened on -with horn pins. In the Soudan socks of camel skins are employed. In other placeB the hoof itself has been hardened by artificial process. According to Mr O'Sullivao, M.P., there is an annual market in Great Britain for £25,000,000 worth of dairy produce from thia colony, or £1,000,000 more than the yearly yield of wool. The British Consul at Asuncion re ports that 110 of the immigrants have abandoned the ''New Australia' settlement in Paraguay, but that the rest are...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

?? . — i, . ? I Dairy antl Farm. IJIO LET /f £±. S. WALLER. SCHOOL' QIFj iiRTS, DUNCOC. APPLICATIONS^' for tho position of LlffiKAREAN/to the Dungog School of Afrtp, w/l he received by the uudei'aignfj&Aip jfo Monday, 28rd inst, WjffijREADETT, / /Acting Hon. Sec. -j J. L. BURNS, (SI. B. O. V. 8.) Veterinary Surgeon ADDRESS - ' . | GRAND CE^TRA^/ 'i|OT|L,j WEST CASES . visited in any part of . the Colony at Reasonable Charges. - Auction lales. J. B, DARK HAS received instructions to sell by auction, on the ground, STROUD, on FRIDAY, 27th April, 1894, at 2 o'clock p.m., 3 Roods 35 Perches .'of LAND, well improved, occupied by Messrs Farley attd-'YoMg^also 2 Acres 3 roods 17 /perches adjoining, securely fenced, and two Sheds crected thereom Creek frontage. TITLE PERFECT. ' ' - Terms Liberal — at Sale. J. B. DARK HAS received to sell by auction, on SATURDAY, the 28th April, 1894, at Bi,anch|s Hotel, BULLAH. DELAH, at 3 otlock p.m., A CONMW»»AL PURCHASE of 280 AoniitpSflgnty of G...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Floods in North Queensland. FURTHER HEAVY RAINS— RIVERS AGAIN RISING. ADVENTURES OF A RELIEF PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Floods in North Queens land. ' FURTHER HEAVY RAINS— - _ RIVERS AGAIN RISING. ADVENTURES OP A RELIEF j PARTY. Townsyille, Monday. — News by mail from G-eraldton confirms the tele grams with reference to the floods in thatdistrict. The correspondent of the Towns villo Bulletin was caught en route from Towalla, and compelled to paddle across one of the flooded streams on a raft composed of banana stalks. He was not able to cross the the Upper Johnstone River, and stayed withj a selector named 'Joyce, whose house and goods were eventually carried away. Joyce, his -wife and family, fire girls, and a 're porter remained 12 hours on a raft. A number of houses in the -vicinity were carried away. The Chinamen along the river lost everything, their banana plantations being completely des troyed. Very little damage, however, waa done to the cane crop. A man named Alexander Thompson was the only person who lost his life. One incident of the flood is worthy of notice. A man named Samuel John Bto...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

MINING. The Lady Belmore .Mine, Edwards & party, will commence crushing at the Hidden Treasure mill next week. They have about 30 tons at grass. Harris & party will soon have se veral tons to put through at the same mill from their new reef. Cobark. News just to hand reports that a very good shoot of gold has been struck in the Masonic mine at a depth of one hundred feet, where the reef is -T' said to be over three feet in thickness. April 16th, 1894.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Commercial. DUNGOG H. 0. Dark & Co. report as follows t— Maize: nominal. Hggs, 7d to 8d doz, falling. Chuff, 3s ; dull Bacon, 41d Buttor, 4d to Gd Cedar, Board, Ifis to 16e per 100ft. Ducks, 1« (id to 2s Fowls, Is 6d to 2s Potatoes, 8a fed to 4s cwt. Oats, 2s. Beeswax, Gd to 8d por lb. Honey, 10s tin. (Kcrosono tins objection able.) Capo borloy, 2s Gd ; English barely, 2s 6d. Edward Pipor reports — Maize — Market still vory low in prioo. Samples coming forward not being dry enough tj store. Price — Dungog, l»9dj CI a r onco Town, 2s for best dry Bamplcs. Outs, 2s por bushel ffonoy, 7s 6d to 10s por tin ; plentiful. Bnrloy, 2? Gd to 3« por bushel rnt.nl oes, £3 to £4. Chuff, £3 to £4 ; verT plentiful K ggs, bought ot market rates. Bacon, nono offering. Wax, Gd to Oil Butter — 3d to 6d ; plentiful. Cedar, 12s to 17s, according to quality and size.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Oopeland. f Fran our own Correspondent.) Mr Donald McKinnon, one of the candidates for Gloucester addressed tho electors at the School of Arts on Thursday evening. The night was very wet, and consequently thoro was. but a small attendance. Mr A. J. Qiiayle_ was voted to the chair, and briefly introduced the candidate. I Mr McKinnon said that lie , was there that night to seek their suf frages for tho coming Parliament, and being a local man removed any neces sity for an apology. He .was a Pi^ tectionist, and would give his rcfMflB^ for advocating it. That policy wmua foster our industries, and give em ployment to our pooplo. He was an out and out Republican, and the only sort of Federation he would support -i must be under that form of govern- , . ment. As the working class wore by far the_ majority, ho thought tli-y wore entitled to elect labor represen tatives and felt himself to be a warm supporter of their interests. | He was not in favor of a land tax, and criticised the presen...

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 — 20 April 1894

MAITLAND. . E. w. spabke'b bepobt. Fat Cattle. — Large supplies yarded to an excellent attendance of the trade. Biddings at my sale were exceptionally brisk, and prices a great deal firmer than last week's rates. No sales will be held at Campbell's Hill on Thurs day. I have sold — On account of Mrs. Comerford bullocks from £3 10s to £3 14s, 4 at £2 10s ; Lcconfield Estate, bullocks at £3 8s, cows from £21 Os to £3 14s ; D. A. Fisher, bullocks from £4 9s to £4 13s, cows from £1 12s to to £2 ; E. Smith, bullocks from £3 10s to £3 19s, ditto from £2 10s to £2 19s 6d ; C. Simpson, cows and heifers from £2 3s to £3, heifers from £1 8s Gd to £1 12s : Baerami Estate, {cows at £2 4s, steer at £2 7s ; ¥m. Adam, cows from £2 6s to £3, 1 at £1 9s, 1 stag at £1 16s ; N. Adam, bullocks from £2 18s to £3 19s, cows from £2 3s to £3 lis, heifers at £1 17s, steers from £1 10s to £1 18s 6d, stag at £2 15s ; Agents, bullocks at £3, cows and heifers from £1 15s to £2 Is. Fat Calves. — Values for prime ...

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IN THE WAKE OF FORTUNE. (COPYRIGHT.) AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. CHAPTER XXIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

T'IN THE WAKE OF FORTUNE. \ (COM RIGHT ) I 4 AH AUSTRALIAN STORY. j ? ' ' ? BY ????? I * IVAN DEXTER. j ??.CHAPTER' XXIV.— Continued. Tho boll struck the stem fairly, and tho - wliulo mouldering fobrio seemed to at onco /; The sWjte curront seized ono shattered . plonk after . another and toro them away, . until, with a crashing sound, tho Gellibrand ? -finally disappeared beneath tho frowning I . . . ? ? .' ? .Tho men looked on in breathless anxiety I ... at tins disappearance, for itseoracd liko a dtsocration to thus BWj^ep away tho visiblo i ovidenco of n long. past tragedy. ? ' I won lur if wo will ovorsoo it again?' i ... Tronowcth fold.. i Wi- know wliero to lookj at any rate. I bIiouUI think the current will throw it up in v, the plr.ca wo know. Id 13 very douDtful if : : wu.wiil lind.anything in tlio old hull if it 1 , does come up,' replied Charleston. A* evening was now approaching, a return. ' Btiii'i was' uiado. : Tiio now useless cannon woa left liehind, as it v/as. not...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday Flo.ur — Steady. Victorian stone, from £7 ; new roller, £7 10s to £7 15s per ton. 'Wheat — New milling 2s 7d to 2s 8d; c.hickwheat, good whole samples, dull, 2s 3d per bus ; broken samples, 2s. Maize — Prime scarce. New quoted from 2s Id to 2s 2d per bus. ; soft from Is 6d ; old, 2s Gd to 2s 8d. Potatoes — Plentiful. Circular Head, £3 to £3 5s. Butter — Good demand ; creamery and best brands of factory, 8Jd ; fac tory, 7d to 8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb : pastry, 4d to 5d Bacon — hand cured, .Gd to 6£d ; machine cured, 5dto 5id ; middles, 7d to 8d. Hams — Colonial, 9d to lOd ; Eng lish, Ib to 1 s 2£d. Honey — Brisk, to 3 -id per lb, for pure. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered- in bladders, 4 id to 5d ; bulk 3d to4d per lb. Cheese — Dull ; market glutted ; best brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d; second, l£d to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to 3^d per lb. Eggs — Brisk. Is 5d to la 6d ; prime southern, Is 7d per doz. Poultry — Prime, Bcarce ; inferior, plentiful. Fowls fro...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Warning. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

A Warning. The ' Telegraph ' of the 11th gives the following words of counsel to farmers : — At times like present, when maize values are so low that even the best market price means only a 'small margin of profit to the producer, it is essential that farmers should take every precaution to ensure their grain reaching market in the best possible ' ? j.: ? rm.: - ? r ? ? Mm ? 1. uuuuitiuu. jLiiiu 10 mwivyy a ainicuic matter early in the season, when the , corn is soft and green, as growers too often find it necessary to turn' their crop into moaey at the earliest oppor tunity. A consignment on leaving the farm may appear to be of prime quality, but after being a day or two in a ship's hold and lying another day or two id the stack on the wharf the grain will often not realise within, say, 3d a bushel of the top price — a result which the shipper, unacquainted with the altered appearance and . condition of his grain, receives with dissatisfac tion. Ac present not more than 15 per cent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Tenders ARE INVITED for the erection and completion of a W. B. Church at Eccleston. Plans and specifications to bo/v seen at I-Ialton. | * J? Tenders close May 8tjf jSg Tho lowost orrnny\tenacrMOT neces sarily accepted. | i-'\ Mi? s Tenderer to statoHitriegE' .£!/ Address tenders tt- j ~$/W REV. B. WILLIAMS, I _ |Che Manse, | Eccleston. V

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A Bank Manager Shot Dead. Baraba, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

A Bank Manage? Shot Dead Baraba, Wednesday. News from Barfiba to-day received in Sydney says the town was in a state of excitement to-day by a fearful tragedy in the Commercial Bank. At mid-day, two armed men entered the bank, and shot the manager, Mr McKay, dead. It is not yet known whether any money was taken, but the men got away. A search party has gone in pursuit of them. Both men were well mounted ; one man naa a mask on, but the other, it is believed, can be identified. News of the tragedy at Barraba reached the head office of the Com mercial Banking Co. in Sydney early from various sources. Prom Baraba a messagg was received conveying news of the 'deed, with further detail that whether a robbery had been committed or not was not known. The managers of Bingara and Tamworth branches wire 'confirmatory news, with the ad dition that at the time of the occur rence the police were absent from Baraba on duty. The branch is not a large one ; only a Bmall amount of cash is kept there...

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Thursday's Show [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Thursday's Show . MAINLAND Show Ground, Thursday. | Leopold won tho notional prizo for collec tion of plants. Tho Jorgor gold saving ma oliino was exhibited, and ivns a grout draw. Only thrco horseB competed in tho jumping contest, which was tamo. A. K Loo's Rookot was first, E. 1 orry's Victor 2nd, Fred. Pope's Bushman 3rd. It lias boon raining nearly all day, and tho ground is very muddy. 5000 pcoplo were prosont, and tho takings at tho gate amounted to £205.

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Maitland Annual Show. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

Maitland. Annual Show. - (From our own Correspondent.) -Tho Jubilee National Exhibiti 11 has been tho one engrossing topic oF con versation for weeks past. Greot pre parations had been made, a splondid lot of entries rccoived, and it only ro quired favorable weather to secure a gl' r oils success. Weather oracles of all sorts of pretensions were prossed for thoir opinions, nnd it was gener ally anticipated that fine we.ilher would prevail, so that when a few showerB fell on Tuesday evening, there was a groat sorrow, and fear fir the morrow. ' However, our worst fears were not realised, aud the. day waB fairly fine, a few light tthnwers foiling in the afternoon. There were about 2500 porsous on the ground, ancf the takings were £75 at tbe gates. On entering the gates tho first pavilion on tho right is that of Agri cultural exhibits. This is woll filled but the number of exhibits aro not so numerous as in previous years, owing no doubt to the lato floods. .The usual corn trophy was a ...

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