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

Auction Sales. John Robson HAS received instructions frotn Mr T. .Taylor to sell by auction at his residence, D/iwlipg Stieet, Dungog, on SATURD AS' NEXT, 28ih APRIL, at 2 o'clock,/ j i The WHOLE of his HOUSEHOLD' FUIJNZTOTIB £ EFFECl'S, conBist/ngJof : — g 1 Iro/fr/med P/ANO, DINlNfi-BOOSl Morocco Lea ther SUITE, 9 pieces. 1 Ceut fa WALNUT TABLE, BEDDING and 2 Half-tester Bedsteads, & Wire Mattress. Tsbms Cash John ^Robsoii HAS received ijlstruc.iona to sell by auction at/Bobsoirs yards, on SATURDAY NEXT, at 2 o'clock. 10 HEAD. /f DAT CATTLE, for D. J. Bruyn.| FAT PIGp, fir owner. Terms Cash. and uthers. j Jolm Robson i HAS received instructions'' from owners to sell by auction/ on an early dat p, at the lioyal Hotel, Dungog, of which' due noticeSull be given. VALUABLE BLOCKM3F |LAND, corner of Ma'ckay antHDowling Streets, being portioa of the Boyal Hotel property. J Full particulars in future^ssue. J. B, DARK HAS received instructions to sell by auction, on the gmund, STRO...

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 — 24 April 1894

Church Services. APRIL. CnimoH of England Sunday 29th. — Dungog 10.30 and 7.30 ; Bendolha 10.30, H.C. ; Mun'ni 3 ; Glen William 3 ; Clarence Town . 7.30. J. VOSPKR, IKODMBENT. Presbyterian. Sabbath 29th. — Dungog 10 30, Mr F. A Ilooke, 7.30, Mr G. A . Mackay; Monkerai 1.1, Mr J. A. Mackenzie ; Tellogherry 10.30, . Booral 3. Stroud 7t30, Rev. D.Baird. REV. DAYID BAIRD. ' WE8I.EYAN. Wednesday 25th. — Dungog 7.30, short sorvice, Rev. F. Dixon. Sunday 29th. — Dungog 10.30 and 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon, evening subject : ' Progress in Evil '—Illustrated. ? Bandon, Grove 3, Rev. F. Dixon j Chichester 10.30, Mr 'Walton, ifBush'TSIissionary) ; Wangat 3, New Park 7, Mr 'Walton. REV. F.DIXON. Baptist. Lord's 'Day 29th. — Thalnba 3, Mr R-obt. Berry, Senr., 7 Evangelistic Service ; Fosterton 3, (U.C.) Pas tor R.J. Middleton. 'Wednesday 25th. — Thalaba 7.30. R. J. MIDDLETON, ? Pastor. Roman Catholic. Sunday 29tb. — Brookfield 9; Dungog 11; Stroud 10.30. REV. J. FLTNN.

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

Tim only FaporptiM^^^^^H in tho Durham Electorato. . An excellent ADVERTISING MEDIUM Ousunl Advertisements Per Inch ? ... 8b Evory subsequent Inch 1/6 Special Low Quotations for ' Standing Advertisements

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

PtmMBHKD KVEIIY TUESDAJ Kh'D FRIDAY Morning*. AND CONTAINS Latest Telegraphic, Commercial, Local ij- General JVeioa. TERMS (in Advanooj for Quarter . ? 6s For Tear ...~ ? 20s

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

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

Ifeos. BAKER, P ^aT'c tical Tailor, | Dowling-etrect, DUNGOG. BJ£GS to return thanks to his numerous customers for th air post. support, and trusts by »trict attention to business, to morib a cyntinuaneo of their patronago. There ie no need to tend away for Clothes wnuntboy can be xiado as Cheap and as Goutt in the town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My T weeds, Cloth?, ' Doeskins, Serges, LI am oa, Buckskins, Worsted a-d Beavei Coatings, i Bedford and Manohestor Cords, Hair Lines, 'Etc. Areall.oftho Best Materials to pick from, and well shrunk boforo making up. The W K.S.N. Co. (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer Cooreei ????* eaves Clarence Towb with Passengers Mid Cargo on MONDA.YS, WED NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 - a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THTJESD A IS, and SATURDAYS ??????; at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. ; R. LYALL, v- Secretary. 5 .2®' J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTCHER DlUXBTOgr. rN taking this opportunity to thank - the public for past support, Irishes to info...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A PASSIONATE YEARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

A PASSIONATE YEARNING.; M ti. Woario : ' I j'u8t hate my husbaud'a ] relatives every ono of them.' Mrs. Brifrhtlie : ' Oh X just lovo my hunband'o voltttlven, 1 fairly dote on them, uud am: 'most dying to eeo tbem again.' ' Where do tney livo J' 'In Chioigo.'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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ANY STICK GOOD ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

ANY STICK GOOD ENOUGH. Stf.un I'ahent : ?' Mr. Staylnyto, I can not permit, you tolceci) my daughter siuing up in ilio clew. You must dopnrfc.' Mr. Slayhiyto: 'Heir pnrdon, but thoro enn bo no dew horo.in tlio parlour.' Stern 'Parent: 'I know my businees, sir 1 The gas bill falls due this ovening. Go 1'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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HARD ON THE PARSON. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

IIA Til) ON THE PARSON. A C ktatn* parson of a villogo in tin county of B- - shire, well-known for his f porting proclivities, was out hunting, wlien his horse, in taking a fence, stumbled, and fell with his rider into tho ditch. On one of the party so- iug a horse ? ? ? rl i it rr .'.i l l.n1 1... r, „ , , , , ! Vm ,1 ' Who's down V' nnd on hearing it was tho parson exclaimed: ' Oh, never mind him, ho. won't be. wanted till next Sunday,' nnd galloped away, leaving .the unfortunate parson to get out as best ho could.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Ship of the Future. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

The Ship of the Future. Mr. Edison is experiment ing with a view to reducing the friction between the sides of ships and water. He finds that a 'ship drags a lot of water with her, and gives tne ioi lo wing illustration: — 'Say the vessel is going 20 miles an hour 2ft, from her side the ^water is going 10 mil-js an hour, 4ft. away -.5 miles an hour, 8ft away, 2 miles an hour, 9ft off, 1 mile an hour, and so on in dimin ishing ratio. All this water th e ; vessel ' is dragging with Her. That is what thej engine has got to do— not force the ship through 'the water, but carry the water along. This all comes from the fact that the water sticks, as it were, to the sides of the ship.' Mr. Edison wants to do away with this 'sticking.' In certain experiments made in a tank he sought to produce hydrogen by electricity along the sides of the ship, reduced the friction of the water to a ! minimum.' 'I thought, he re marks, that I had one of the biggest things of the century till I tried in genu...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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HARDLY FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

_ 1IAIIDLY' FA I It. It was a hob day, and the pastor of the suburban church, look ng over his congre gation when about half through his sermon, noted many nodding heads. 'I wonder how many of your brethiea,' ho observed in tlio' somowhat monotonous tone in which lio' had boon p?e iching for nearly half aii hour, 'would be ready if the angel of death should make his iqipearanc«« at this tjiomcn.t and call out in a loud voiec, .'AH ^e/v-'on .lijjkgU ! ' Forty-sevep, season ticket-holders iu vaii oiispart.K of (.henhouse aw-dco \vil)» a' jerk, felt hastily iu iJioir vest poekota for some thing, looked ehnfuscdly about them n moinenb, and became iustatitly attentive and duvoufc. ? . . ,

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THOSE SELFISH CHICAGOANS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

THOSE SELFISH CHICA GOANS. , Mus. Muggins: 'How did you enjoy your visit to tho World's Fair V* Mrs. Puggius ' Tho Fair was good enough j bub I'don'b think they had any business to charge oxtry for the gondolas and side shows and things. Scen.8 to mo the prico of admission was enough to cover ib all, and give a free lunch besides ; bub it didn't. I never saw such selfish, moucy sa.-ing creatures as theiu Chicago people. | The worst of tho troubles, though, came at | night. Thab was awful \ Wo wero packed i four in a room sometimes, aud one nigh l j the children had to sleep oh tho solas.; J j never felt so annoyed in my life.' ? ' Wero you at an hotel ' No ; wo was vintm' relatives, and other rclntis'es kept comin.'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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TO CLERICAL ADDING TO CLERICAL INCOMES VARIOUS CALLINGS FOLLOWED BY PARSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

WAYS OF Al)DljS'(; to CLERICAL moOiSlI^S. VAIUOUS CALUNGS FOI.LOVVKD BY | PAK^ON'k 1 That tho clergy of the present day aro bub on lll'paid body yof - men is a facb ao widely known that it;- hardly noods ropoti fcion. Tho elergy of^ll donomtnatlone are poorly remunerntod for tholr pnrviccs. Of course thoro are the professional plums which fall to fortuimto clerics, but tlieto plums aro oftonor gained by tntorosb than by merit. So it is nob surprising to ? hcar^ «?' ' Caesell'a Saturdivy Journal,' that clergy men turn about and ' supplement thote scanty, annual allowances . m ono way or another. In bho country you may occa sionally come across a parson of a rural parish who works a small farm {' but farm ing in a-small way. affords bub a precarious .livelihood in ' those days of agricultural depression. ; ?-3 The writer is acquainted with a .clergy-' man who for many years reared nigs and sheep; and coaxed tho soil into yioldiug him miniature crops of h&y and wheab ; nnd: eve...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Improving Wheat Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

Improving Wheat Pros pects. The Australian farmer is undoub tedly now thoroughly alive to the fact that prices of farm prodnco are no|longer regulated by local supply and demand. At one time Australian Agriculture could be indifferent to j outsiders, and tho demands of Aus tralian towns and cities decided the value of crops. Improved steam com munication lias, however, altered all this. ? Tho Austrnlinu output has ' be come largely in excess of the demands for homo consumption, and a consider able and growing balance'of farm and dairy produce has to find purchasers in the markets of the 'world. The years between 1870 and 1885, it will be remembered, wore marked by tremendous agricultural development all over tho world, but especially in America, .where in 1880 the farming population bad increased until it amounted to 22,700,000 or lioarly one half of tho entire population, then es timated at about 50,000,000. Thero was during this titno a rush of farmers to the rich banks of the Mis...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A TEMPTING OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

A TEMPI ING OFF ICR. In fcho year 1345 wan brought boforo tlio Stewards of tho Jockey, Club one of tho 'most peculiar cases over made public. Although tho incidents related were enacted iu JStO the facts «rcro noi. brought to me noiico o i ono auuionuo* nniii neaHy five years later, or a' dille'ront .decision might have been arrived at. Mr. lOtwall, tho owiier of tho Melody colt (aftervvanlH ' Discoid ') hud the par ticulars beforo the stewardft, which were — that John Pay, junior, had informed him that provious t o the Derby of 1840 (Little Wonder's year) ho received an anonymous letter inviting him to meet a friend at tho Gcorgo Inn, Winchester, on an evening mimed, and the friend would oouimuniealo something to him to his benefit. -Ie was to ask at the bar for Mr. Webb. .He, Day, noL knowing how best to act, kept tho appointment, and Mr. 'Webb' appeared in u cloak domino, coloured spcclneles, and heavy fulpo moustache. Alter (ho introduction the disguise was removed, and rovealed...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

Local and General. Marmaoe. — Not ono hundred miles' from Dungog a giddy young couple decided to enter the holy bonds of matrimony recently, and called in the assistance of a clergyman to perform! the ceromony. The spritely bridegroom was ou years or ago ; tne oiusning Driae a widow of 76 summers, and there were! present children and grand children of thebride. The bridegroom casually ob served to a friend that he thought it wa^ about time he made a home for him self and settled down. Gloucester Electorate. — Thurs- day, May 3rd, second day of the Dun gog show, has been proclaimed a pub-; lie holiday in the electoral district of Gloucester. Australian Honey. — 'With the view of ascertaining the value of Aus tralian honey in the English markets the Department of Agriculture i'b for waixling, on behalf of Mr J. E. Taylor, of Cowra, a small consignment of 60lb to Mr C. Letts, secretary of thfe New South 'Wales section of the Imperial Institute, who has been aslced to fur nish a full re...

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SOME LEOPARD STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

bOME LEOPARD STORIES; - It may bo rather a uarprlso to learn that thoro nro not afow. poopto who -deny tho existonoo of a Ioopard. They call , ib a panther, and profess not to know wlmt is meant by a leopard. It fs, howovor, desir able to consider thoir nrgumonte rcipect fully, Horaco wrote tho Hno V Biversum confusa gonud panthora camolo,' and to tho best- of my rcoolloetion this is one of tho earliest; instances in - which tho animal is mentioned as a panthor by a classic writor. Bub this is nob tbe wholo of f ho case against tho leopard. - A friend of mino is the for* tunato possessor of tho largo f oho entitled u Area Noo,' written ? m modiroval Latin by Dr. Athanoslua . Kirchcr and '^pub- lished ab. Amsterdam; a.d., 1075. In this work Dr. -Kirchor, who was a very learned ' man ? in his time, has given separate vpicturos of. all tho onim'als that Avonb into; tho Ark, and hohag also presented fco-ustho.portraiC^of thfe animals thab worb ;nofc taken iinto the1 ark. . Amongsb theso...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. (INTERCOLONIAL.) SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

Latest INews. [By Tolograpli.l (INTERCOLONIAL.) SYDNEY, Thursday. Sir George Dibbs, speaking at Dubbo Bind tho sympathies of thoGovommont wero with the lossecsin the Contral Division and 'promising legislation in view afford ing for tomporary relief. Ho also urged upon tlio electors to put down socialism, anarchism, and class legis lation. Tho standing orders having boon sus pended in tho Assembly yosterday, it con sidered in committeo sevon clauses of the now Mining cm Private Lands Bill, tho con sideration of tho rest of tho measure boing adjourned till to-day. Sir George Dibbs lias been asked to stand for a suburban constituency, or allow him self to bo nominated both for it and for Tamworth, but he holds himsolf plodged to Tainworth alone. Dibbs docs not think it is necessarv to throw open thirteen or fourteen million acres of land to destroy tho pastoral indus try over that area, and decla-es that tho prcsont Parliament is moribuud since its election. Tlio Superintendent of tho...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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AT THIS TOP OF THE LADDER. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 April 1894

AT THIC TOP OF THE LADDER. 'Siu,' said a man with a lock of his hair protruding through a hole in his hat, 'can't you do - fomething for mo this tnornin'?' . 14 No,' answered tho gentleman ap proached. ' Just a.litllo,' pleaded tho 'man with tho escaping f rcssce. ' I wasn't always as low as this, t was uc the top of tlio ladder 'Is that so?' ' Yes, sir, right on the top round; bub look at mo rio w.' ' Well, there's a shilling to get soiuo broakfust. So you -voro at tho top of t lio j ludder at one time ? ' j 'Yes, sir. Went np nn' stole this hero coatPyo^ot on while tho bricklayer was away to his dinner. Wouldn't do it again for two coats — too hard \vorkclimbiu- these cro Inddors. ' ' Is Barton rich ?' ?* Well, only relatively so. Ho has a rich nunb.' :Mrs. Justrich : ' Theso diamonds -nro genuino, of . course ? Jeweller : ' Cor* tiinlyj madttm, I- kuow the manufacturer ^©rflonalty*^ ^

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 — 27 April 1894

Church Services. APRIL. Ghuboh of England Sunday 29th.-Dungog 10.30, Mr King; and 7.30, Bendolba 10.30, H.C., f^ggSJand Muuni 3, Rev. Yosper ; Glen William 3; Clarence Town 7.30., J. TOSPKR, Inocmdknt. . .Pbbbbytbbian. Sabbath 29th. — Dungog 10.30, Mr F. A Hooke, 7.30, Mr G. A. Mackay ; Monkerai l.l, Mr J. A. Mackenzie ; Tellegherry 10.30, Booral 3. Stroud 7.30, Rev. D. Baird. REV. DAVID BAIBD. WliBI.KYAN. Sunday 29th.— Dungog 10.30 and 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon, evening subject : ' Progress in Evil ' — Illustrated. Bandon Grove 3, Rev. F. Dixon ; Chichester 10.30, Mr Walton, (Bush Missionary)-; Wangat 3, New Park 7, Mr Walton. REV. F. DIXON. Baptist. Lord's Day 29tb. — Thalaba 3, Mr Robt. Berry, Senr., 7 Evangelistic Service; Fosterton 3, (U.C.) Pas . tor R. J. Middleton. R. J. MIDDLETON, Pastor. Roman Catholic. Sunday 29th. — Brookfield 9; Dungog 11; Stroud 1030. ? ? ' REV. J. FLYNN.

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