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THE ULIMATUM OF CAPTAIN FAGUS. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] Copyright. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

^TijE, ULTIMATUM, OF' OAPTAJH ' FAGUS. / PUBLISUEO.}^ BY EKNESr GLANVIIiLB. .. .^Author.of uTho Lpsfc Holress,' 11 Tho .. v'.r. ?? Fossiolfcrs,' &o.y &o, , . tJoyy\ igte. . Durban, Port Natal, in 18/9 was o gay and 1 - .fcstlVO tOWU,- ? V. v Tho hotels wero crammod with warriors, tl-o i . lodging-houses wero stuffed with beds almost to i bursting, and tho ycry gaol wasclcanod out by i . the whito-coatcd Zulu poltco fortho accomuioda | Itou of timid strangers.- If report is to bo 1 crcdikd, a very high official indeed took np his 1 - , : feather bed, in that timo of scarcs, and Bought I f. . ? ? safety every night within tho thick walls of the t . ; piisou. v- ' Young oflicors, .campcd out on. the lawn of tlio Itoyal Hotel. All day long thero was tho click of ivory balls, tho genial popping of cham . pague corks, -tho clank of sabres and tho jinglo ' of spurs. Through tho drowsy nfternoans smart traps rolled out from tho . yard and went spinning through tho leafy road...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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JEWISH WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 April 1894

JEWISH WIT AND IIUATOUH. v. ..Tub Chief Rabbi recently locturod Id: A. crowdod.audicnco at tho Lohdon Institution on tho aboyo subjcct. He Bald.tliht Henan, tho great Bdholar, ^vhoso loss the World of oulturo And Iearrimg still doplores, mado tho eomowhat startling ossortion that tho 1 Semitic tribes svero lacking in tho faculty 1 of laughter^ -? A somowhnt similar observa tion was mado by Carlylo, who denied to tho Jewish race tho possession of humour. 'An ancient Talmudio adago told them tly\t, if ono person, said, 41 thou hast a^6's ears, do not mind it. But if two repeat the aesOrtion, tjjen placo a pack saddle upon thy back.' . Ib might indeed bo imagined that if two euoh eminont authorities agreed in denying tho fuoulty and tho powor of ovoklng laughter thero must bo somo basis for tho imputation. Ho thought, howovor, he would havo no difficulty in disproving the ohargo. ? .? ? -? . It was quito true that, soveral of tho nations of antiquity .wero singularly lack ing in their ...

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

THE FAKIR FAILED. 'Now, gentlemen,' began tho^fikir, as he arranged half a hundred bottles 011 a temporary tablo at tho strcot corner. 44 1 am here to sell the original and only Pata* gonian Ilair Uenewer. It has been in use for thirty-two yeaiv, and has been tried by millions of peoplo, and I havo never heard of an instance where ib failod to act as warranted. If it fails to produce a growth of new hair on the head within six weeks, I agroo to forfeit 500 dollars. I havo deposited tho money in tho Second National Bank, and shall be hero about three months. Who buys the lirst bottle V' 44 Look a-horo, mister I' said an old man as lie proved forward, 41 wasn't you down to Skinnersvillo last) spring?' 'Skinnersvillo? I believe I was.' 44 Wasn't you sellin' this same stuff down there?' 44 Stuff! I was soiling my Patagonian Hair Renowor, sir !' -44 Waal, I want you to look at my head,' continued the old chap, as ho uncovered n poll as smooth and shiny as a now dinner plato. 44 1 bought ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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He Was Glad to Hear it. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

He Was Glad to Hear it. Hero is another Cui ragh Club yum — 'All vi'i'v iruo,' remnrkod Killar in y, ' but I'm tliiukiijg that Lwiit is a uiOBt unlni'liy seasnn to go dodping round amongst your friends for a menl on any day. 1 liavo oaten fi-h until I'm nshann d lo loidt a youni; hoiiin' in the facc for fear 1 hnd swallowed its pa'onts, nnd as for eggs, I'm so full of thorn at limes T feel like n walking incubator.'* 'That reminds me,' said Murly, ' tlu-t 1 sint Andy boyant to Fagin the grocer's for some hen fruit this morniu' and wliin ho en tered lie said, ' Well, 'Mishtur Funin, whit l are oi!g8 to-day ?' There were three or four shwelly dressed lady customers in tho shop at the toime, and Fagin, tliinkin' to show off his smartness, gavo the ladies n gentle wink as he said; — ' Eggs nre epgs to day, Andy, my bh»y.' By goira thin, Oi_'in mighty glnd to hear that,' re plied Andy, ' for tho lnaht egg* we had from hero wore d ? ? near all chickens.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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AErial Navigation. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

iSrial Navigation. Navigating the air has been a dream of mankind from the earliost times, and though projected centuries ago, it lias never beon really fulfilled, whilo many things of which our fathers nevor dreamod havo becomo accom plished facts. We can now write from Continent to Continent in a few se conds, wo can travel as fast as the fast est swallow, wo can spealt. our.thouuhts and have thorn repeated a hundred years honce with reasonable accuracy, we can subdue the lightning* of the clouds till it lights our cities,, we can dig into the earth and mako the for ests of former tim- s illuminate our housesaod our highways, but we have not yet been able to navigate the air. This dream now seems to bo noar :l« accomplishment. Experiments havo beon made in America subsidised ? y tho Cosmopolitan Magazine in this direction, and whiln many of these have been tested there, none yet have been considered as successful. Inven tors havo beon trying to prepare air vessels in the same way....

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

The Crown Solicitor has informed the Maclean Hospital authorities, that tho committee, and not the subscribers, ; must elcct tho medical officers. It is stated that nt Morris's claim, King's Plains; nanr Blnyney, n_ dish -''J 0f wash dirt from 7ft. sinking yielded ? lOozs. . ? s . ^ ' ?'?'' v''

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Commercial. DUNGOG II. 0. Dark & Co, report aa follows 1 ' - ' . &[uizO: nominal. ' * . ' r';* Egga, 7-f to 8d doz, falling. Cbuff, 3s ; dull j.-s. Bacon, * Buttor, -Id to 6d ' * Ccdor, Board, 15s to 16s 2-or 100ft, '' Ducks, lsfidto2s ' ? - Fowls, Is 61 to 2s , Potatoes, 3s Gd to 4s.owt. Oatf, 2j. i ? Booawax, Gd to 8d per lb. . . - K':; Honey, 103 tin. (Koroaono tins objection able.) Cape barloy, 2s 6d ; English barely, 2s 6d, ? « Ed mird Piper reports — . - Maize — Market still very low in prico. Samples coming forward not being jJry V . - onougli to .tore. I'nue— Dungog, IbDJj: ? Clarence Town, 2i tor best dry samplbs. -\ / Oats, 2s por bushel k Honey, 7s Gd to 10s por tin t- plentiful. - 'm Barley, 2s Gd to 3s per bushnl J . ? Potatoes, £3 to £1. CliatT, £3 to £4 ; very plentiful ? - ?-??- Eggs, bought at market ratos. ?? Baeoii, nono offering. V - Wax, Gd to 9d i Butter — 3d to Gd ; plcnuiJL I Oedar, 12s to 17a, uccord^^to quality .lind Zjse. - - , / 1 ? ? '

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Circuit Story. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

li' A Circuit Story. This item reaches us from Dubbo : The caleifdar were a heavy one, and - there was' several leading barristers ~ from Sydney, the late David Buchanan among them. All the accused were -provided with counsel, except one, a hoary-hoaded old man accused of a —? ^ferious offence. ' While preliminaries were being arranged this individual Buddenly stood up, and addressing the .Tik?ota flriid. 'Excuse me. sir. bnt can't |K J have one of the these ? pointing to the bewigged barristers). All the others have got one.' Counsel wero ^uVsjhorriBed at this vulgar man, and of IjPktourse none offered to defend him. ?I He hal to take, .his chance, and it happened, oddly , that of tho prisoners who st«L at tlio bar during, tho whole sittting, he ivas the only; one acquitted. ' | The Marquis of Salisbury, speaking! ; at a ibooling of the Primrose League, ? said he would not i ppose a judicious reform of tho House of Lords. Namaqualand native', in German South-Weat Africa, liaro been...

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The Barraba Tragedy. ARREST OF A SUSPECT. MRS. M'KAY'S EVIDENCE. SHE SCREAMS OF "MURDER" AND SAVES THE BANK. Barrba, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

The Barraba Tragedy. AT? REST OF A SUSPECT. MBS. M'KAY'S EVIDENCE. Sub Sciikams op ' Muudeb,' and Saves the Bank. Barraba, Saturday. .Tohn Cummins wns arrrestod by Sriiior-constable .Myers, of Wie Wan, on suspicion of boing one of tho Bar ' Tftlft Bank murdorcra. Ilo was found in the mountains flrteeii miles from Boggabri, very net, and dirty looking, and'* liia answers to enquiries were very '-j^jicions. He said he was kangaroo B^^feng but had no arms ; ho said his ammunition were nt a cntnp SOftft. rriili s nwnv, hnt would n ? -t nil w the'p'ln,c hit - ii'iip. .£1153 !).: -us found on liiin, 11 !so wnddint; unci o It n in for malting False Imariln. 1 1 o ua« known to own nchestniithorseanswei ing tho description of the one ridden by nuo of the bank murderers, mid lie said sold the borse a few dayB ago. He was very hungry, and ate heartily, but would not go with the police to his camp He was formerly a delegate to the Shearer's Union in the Narribri district It ia considered almost...

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Parsing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Passing Notes. It looks at present ns the. ugli wo are in tor (mother shearers strike, and if. report pays truly it hns been pre arranged to lit in with the general elec tions. Ilnwovor, at present it is not easy to glean very imiL'lr from either party. Tho recent meetings oE the Pastoral Union were held under con ditions which rigorously oxcludcdj^the press, nnd tho : new agreement, which ? : it wns c-xprctly would slightly reduce ilie rate ptr 100 sheep was eagerly l»..V».lV;r.W- ? 'I'lw. nn'ttWnli.fii .«»«.? vl : tlwt'nt 17a per hundred a sliearor can ; mako'ns pood wages as he previously did nt 20s per hundred wlion shearing by hand nnd -.it -.in 'generally?;rogarded ns n fair reduction in view oE tlio greatsaving in tliouso oE tlio machines, and tho nut oil lighter character of tho work. Tho. Presidents , of the Aus tralian' Shonrora Union on . the other hand, atatos that considoriiig tho ' time lost in travelling from shed to* shod tlio fastost sheaior ciinnot clear above £8 p...

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Police Court, Dungog. FRIDAY, APRIL 20TH, 1894. (Before F. W. Garstany, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Police Court, Dungog. Friday, Apiul 20th, 1894. {Before F. W. Qarstany, Esq., P.M.) Tolice y. William Smith — Charged with wilfully and maliciously disturb ing a congregation assembled for pub lic worship. Senior-Constable Preston stated, that on tho 12th April from informa tion he had received, he took proceed ings and charged accused with the above offence. Thos Irwin, Ben., sworn, stated : I am a farmer and grazier, residing at Tillegra, near Dungog. I know the accused. On Sunday, tho 8th iriat., I wis at church at Band-m Grove in the nftertvon, in the Union Church. Ac cused was sitting with others on a seat near the door. When the ltev. D. Baird had got about half way through his sermon, there was a noise occasion ally from the direction of the seat he occupied. I believe I could distinguish his voice. The noise was in an under tone, but sufficiently loud to be hoard nil over the church. Mr Bnird stopped in the service, nnd . said he could not proceed any further whilst these in...

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The French in Siam. FACTS PUBLISHED BY THE DUKE OF ORLEANS. London, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

The French in Siam. FACTS PUBLISHED BY THE DUKE OF OR LEANS. London. April 18. Serious charges involving the alleged shameful treatment of prisoners have been made against the French authorities in Annam. Some time ago a ! number of Annamite pirates were captured by the authori ties after having committed a - ? i _..x ? ° „„,i :-? series oi ouuage», ik -*» legtid that the prisoners were subjected to treatment of a shocking description. The bodies of the men, it is stated, were mutilated in a shocking manner, and the prisoners were put to death. The Due ^'Orleans, who is travelling iri tho East, has in terested himself in the matter, and has made inquiries regard ing the truth of the rumors. He has published the evidence collected, which in the main bears out the statements as re ported. M. Lanesson, the5 Governor of Annam, has returned to Paris, and has been interview ed regarding the charges. He is, however, very reticent on the subject, and declines to give any information which w...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Local and General. Duxooo Snow. — There appears trt bo an idea prevalent with the public that persons talcing huggies and other vehicles on the show ground during the exhibition, aro not allowed to drive about, and during provious shows it has been tho custom to tnlco tho horses out and hitch them to the fonce in various directions. 'Wo wish to point out tlmt there is nothing in tho regu lations to prevent people driving about the ground as long as they use ordin ary caution, and do not interfere with the parades. Public Holiday. — By proclama tion published in Friday's Gazette, Thursday, 3rd of May, baa been pio claimed a public holiday in the elector al district of Durham, on account of tho annual Show. Ok Pakkes. — Tho Orange Leader, a Free Trade organ, 'is rough on Sir Ilonry Parkes : — 'Look at ox-Preuiier Parkes. To hear him 'speak when he is out it the cold anyone would think he had only to be put in office to make everything right, but when he gets there he hardly ever does ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

A Society of Devil Worshippers exists in Paris, with a liturgy paro dying the masses of the Roman Cath olic Church. - It is feared that many farmers on tho Murruinbidgee flats will be ruined through the destruction of the maize crop by flood. Tha French forces at Sierre Leone, 'West Africa, have prevented the British Governor from moving ipto the intorior to inquire into the attitude of tho natives.

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Tragedy at North Melbourne. A FRENCHMAN BRUTALLY MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Tragedy at North Melbourne. A FRENCHMAN BRUT ALLY MURDERED. What appears to be a ter rible murder has been enacted at North Melbourne. At an early hour on Wednesday a Frenchman named Eugene Posset, aged 60 years, who kept a small green-grocer's shop in Elizabeth-street, North Melbourne, was tound dead in unftm kniiQorl nnrl battered, -and bound hand and foot. The first intimation of the crime was conveyed to the police by an elderly woman named Catherine Burgess, who is a partner in the business and sleeps on the premises. Con stable Hedger hastened to the scene, and on entering the shop found all the drawers there had been forced open. -Entering the next room, which is used as a dining room, Hedger dis covered the body of the unfor tunate Frenchman. He was lying on his back, with only his trousers and flannelette shirt on. His legs were tied with a pair of braces, and were secured. A light silk coat was fastened round the neck, and the arms and body were bruised as if by a heavy bl...

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Latest News. (INTERCOLONIAL.) Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Latest jN ews. [By Telegraph.'] (INTERCOLONIAL.) Sydney, Saturday. Senior- Constable Myers arrived at Barraba with John Cummina a well known shearers' delegate in custody, chrrged on suspicion with the Barraba murder. Cummins said ho was starv ing and ad mittedjhaving a horse, saddle, bridio, swag, and rifle, but refuses to tell whore they are. Sydney, Monday. It is reported that the Cabinet have asked Mr Suttor, Minister for Public Instruction, to act as a delegate to the Canadian Conference. It is thought the Barraba inurdererB have plunged into Thunderbolt's camp at Dripping Rock! Ten search parties are out. Only two tracks have been discovered. A man named Cummings has been arrested on suspicion and re manded for eight days. He expressed a desire to have a book read with some thing lively and strange, and says he would supply the book entitled 'A Wasted Crime.' There are no fresh developments in the search, and the searchers are expected to return to day. Cummings has not yet be...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Chichester. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Chichester. k On Wednesday night, the 18th inst., the members of the Endeavour Lodgrf, No. 699, 1.O.G.T. held an open meet ing. It was also surprise night; tho Brothers surprising the sisters, causing a great deal of amusement. The meet ing was well patroni8 d, but owing' to tue rain which fell in the nfterndon prevented many others from attendibg. Bro. J. Jttapson, U.T., occupied the chair and everything passed off vlbry agreeably. A splendid programme was gone through, all those taking part acquitting themselves very creditably. ; The meeting opened by the audioes' singing ' Yield not to .Temptation' ;* then followed a recititiou by liiitlo ?- Miss Mary Rapson, entitled 'An *~ opening piece''; recitation, Sis. ' C. Stanton, ' The dying boy' ; dialogue, Bros. J ohn and Eirle niid. Sisters Jdao phine and Maud Rapson, ' Hdmo Government'; song, Bro. H. ELirfis ; : dialogue, Sisters A. Moore, ... M. Rfip son, E. Osmond, E. J. Rapson, S. Oa mond, ani A. Stanton, 'Wanted a ? general serv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' —AND— i Be Happy. Send Your Orders to the ' Chronicle Office ' FOB JOB PRINTING. Advertise j IN THE 'CHRONICLE' — IT — Will Pay You. S. E. SELIG, Practical Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweller Optician, etc., DOWLING STREET, DUNG03. To the Inhabitants of Dungog and Surrounding District. ?rjAVING- beon induced to Btart in' jour XX (ijstrict, I beg to offor you first-class work, and slti/wely nopo tlmt you will pat ronise D'e, bo as to keep a flrat-elosB tradesman in tlio district. I know ai q. j-ule, after tbo public ImTe bad Ibeir watches ij-fid iewollory botched by Bp-called watchinakors, tliat tliey nredubious about giving their work to others, but you con safoly bring your ivntclioa and iewellery to mo and pet them well and skilfully repaired Tho work will bo dono punctually and also guaranteed. I alio intend pcrlodlcallv visiting tho different towns around Dungog, and any work tou may havo you can save for mc, and itwill bo returned the following trip in ...

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Recent-Gold Discoveries. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Recent- v*old Discoveries. I The discovery of gold at the Moi kerai by Moore and party caused, a considerable amount of excitement in the district, arid the sensntional reports which woro tolographeet to the Mait land paper stating that huge chunks of solid gold was being found, set tho denizens of the Hunter quite in a n. Fftrmfinh nf On 'EVMjiv several miners from Maitland and other parts of the colony pained through Dungoa en route for the field, and the local Mining Registrar was kept busy issuing minors rights 'to many local residents who hnd cnught the infection. A large tract ' of land has been pegged out in tho vicinity ofMoortianu pnrt} 'd, nnd the Monk erai presonts a more animated ap pearance than it has since the blackx held their corroborees iu tho neigh bourhood. Tho lino of reef on which tho rich gcfflWfemdiaanverad runs almost due oast aouweat, and ttieie are six claims pegged out itj-*aii*ly, Skillen & 'Walker, 5 acrea ; Moorft nnd party, 2 acres ; Towiis an...

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Eskdale. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 24 April 1894

Eskdale. ] (FnOM A COBBESPOyDEiVT ) i The weather for the past week has j been exceptionally fine, although! a t very heavy fall of ra'n was experienfcod | on Friday night Inst, registering alibut e 120 points, the greater portion M-f I which fell in one 'storm. PrevigMWto ] this downpour f aiming ppi^^R-ns | were npiioarihe more brisk thnif^Riov hnd done for some time, nnd in ligood ) mnny instances the ploughs, wlitch 1 1 have beon oh furlough for a tew V mouths, wero brought into requisition, \ ?and were just surviving their rusty.pp- I. pearanca when time waa called for another i spell, but it cannot always rain, and fino weather will come in its turn. There is a good supply of girass in tho paddocks, which is a great con sideration.- ' as The greater part of the broom mil- ?; let, which the flood happened to leave behind, is cut, but the prices are so low that it will scarcely realise onou^h ?./ to defray expenses. 1 presume that if n Co-operative Broom Factory wero .?-? to exi...

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