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Church Services. MAY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
Church Services. MAT. Gircaon 07 England Sunday May 6th. — Dungog 10. 30 (H. C.) Rev J. Yospor ; Bendolba 3' p. m. Rer. J. Vospcr ; Clarenco Towr, 11 and 7 Mr. Y. King. J. YOSPKR, iNOtTMBBNT. Wesi.eyan. Sabbath 6th. — Dungog 10.30, Rev. R, J. Middloton, (Harvest Festival). 7, Rev. H. Wiles, (Harvest Fes tival) ; Telegherry 10.30, liev. H. Wiles, (Harvest Festival) ; Stroud 2 30, Rev. H. Wiles ; Monkerai 2.30, (Union Church), Mr R. Barnes'. REV. F. DIXON. .' Pbesbxteqian. i Sabbath. — Dungog 10.30, (Com munion) Rev. D. Bnird; 7.30;Rev. D. Baird ; Bandon Grove 3 ; Big Creek 10.30, Mr. G. A. Mackay. | i REV. D. BAIRD. Baptist. i Lord'* Day 6th. — Thalaba 3, Pastor R. I J. Middlelon, the Lord's Supper, 1 ? 7, Pastor R. J. Middleton. 1 Wednesday 2nd:— Thalaba 7. | R. J. MIDDLETON, I . ' Pastor. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
' Losjfc WHITE COW, red ears, (in milk), Finder will be rewarded on re turning same to / CHRONICLE OFFICE. (Notice. , 1 f . AS those indebted to mo have not paid Mi. Grant. I linvp this day bandod my bSolss to R. W. Thompson, Solicitor, WeW Maitland, who shall proceed to sueXjit onco. Any persons *orward:ng thcfr.amounts to the under signed or Mr. /niompson 'oeforo Tues day, 8th insy will save the trouble and expense. Wb intend suing without respect lo paisons\ G. A. C1311NISH, f Hotter Street, § West Maitland. |Wanted\ A TOUiIg GIRL to miod children, 'XJL nnd t&Bist general servant. Apply I ? kits. GAR3TANG, ? | ' The Hermitage ?' ? j Dungog. Carlton and Abbott HAVE received instructions from Mrs. Nash to sell by .auction at a future date. ' | ?? The whole of her PROPERTY at SUGARLOAF CREEK. i Particulars in future issue. . ! r Scliool of Arts, l DUN GO a,. Friday Night Rev. J. MILNE AlURR AN G E 0 L p GS I S 2\ Will II is POPULAR S^IER/BE LECTURE, ' Gold arm Goldfields,' —...
DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
DAIRY COWS. Milking Cow, any ago or broed, to bo milked on tlio. ground on first day. of show at 4 o'clock, and on tho following morning at 9 o'oloek, in presence of the judges— J. Wnlfli, 81 qts, 1-: B E Qooko, 7 i qts, 2 : 12 entries , Best threo Dairy Cows, in milk, producing richest milk, for buttor making, to bo milked on tlio ground, (offered by Mr H; H. Brown, M L.A.)—B E Hooko, 1 ; 5 enries
The Value of Lime Water. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
The Value of Lime Water. I The uses of so homely an ar ticle as lime about the house hold are almost innumerable — just the ordinary lime that one . sees the plasterer and the, brick- layer use in preparing his pacts of plaster or mortar. Even when reduced to an almost im palpable so)ution in water, it is still efficacious in remarkable variety -Jf. instances. One sees the hodmen on a new building, keep their drinking water in a pail that is coated with lime, and one thinks that it is a poor receptacle for the universal beverage. Yet it would not be so good or so .pure served in a silvor ice pitcher. The lime water of the druggist is indeed nothing more than this solution of che hodmen. A piece of un slacked lime in a perfectly clean bottle, with cold water poured ?over it, the bottle corked and kept in a cool, dark place, is a full recipe for lime water. - It is ready for use in a few minutes after the water is poured on. This lime water has a number , of uses, as well as the lime ...
SECTION 2.—CATTLE. DURHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
SECTION 2.— CATTLE. DURHAMS. Bull, 3 years and over,..J. Gorton 1 ; 3 entries Bull, 2 years and under 3. ..W. Lowrey 1/ P. Landers, 2 ; 3 entries. Bull, 1 year and under 2... G. A. Mackay, 1 ; F. A. Hooke. 2; Ctus Carlton, commended 3 entries r, Bull calf, under 12 mtfntbs ..no award Cow, 3 years and ovor...€fr. A. Mackay, 1 j J. K. Mackay, 2; 10 entries Heifer, 2 years and under 3... J. K* Mac kay, 1 j IP. A. Hooke, 2 ; 4 entries Heifer, 1 year and under 2...F. A. Hooke, 1} 5 entries Heifer calf, under 12 months. ..P. Landers, 1 ; 0. S. Waller, 2 ; 6 entries ^
MISCELLANEOUS HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
MISCELLANEOUS HORSES.. Hackney (mare or gelding) up to 11 st. ...Jas. Reynolds, 1; John Graham, 2; 29 entries. ' Hackney (mare or gelding) up to 14 St., showing best all round paces. ..E. \V. Sparke, 1 ; Jas. Hooke, 2 ; 18 entries. Ladies' imckney, including paces.. .Bob.' Taylor, ch mare, 1 ; Jas Reynolds, 2 ; 7 entries Best style of Hunter, up to and carry ing not less than 11 stone, at burning pace, over two ? sets hurdles : W 0 Abbott's Bocl.et 1 ; A H Dawe's M L A 2 ; Alison's Oliver 3 Best draught horse in harness ; W Pot ter and B Moylan divido 1 and 2 Pony stallion, not over 14 hands. ..II. H. Brown, Tom Brown, ch by Wolsley, 2 ; E W. 8(.urke, Dosken Junior, by Docken (imp), 1 ; 4 entries Pony mare, not over 14 hands.. ..Tas Hooke, 1 ; J K Mackay, 2 ; 21 entrios ? Stallion, mare or gelding to be driven in sulky.. .J A' .Tones, blk mare, 1; GS Wal ler, 2 ; 12 entries Best boy rider, under 12 years of age : J Mcpherson 1, J K Mackay 2 Fastest pony trotter, 14 handB and un der ...
DEVONS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
? DEVONS;/ Bull, 3 years and over : V. Carlton, 1 , W. H. Abbott, 2 j 6 entries Bun, 2 years audundor 3 : No entry , ? Bull, 1 year and Under two : Ji. L. Alison, 1/ only entry , Bull calf, under 12 months : B-. L. Alison, JL ; 2 entries - Cow, 3 years and over : K. vSinith, l j .H. Wiluo, 2 ; 7 entries - Heiter, 2 yeurs uud under' 3 H. Wilce, 1 and 2 j 6 entries iloifur, 1 year antl undor 2 ; ii. Smith, 1 j Jj . AKson, 2 i 3 enfcrie8 Heifer calf, under 12 months : no award
HEREFORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
( HEREFOBDS. Bull, 3 years and over.. .Alfred Tighe, 1, , 3 entries. ?Bull, 2 years and undor 3.. .No entry i Bull, 1 year and under 2...G-. Osmond 1 ; only eatry. i Bull calf} under 12 inoath9../rhos. Ir win, 1 ; 2 entries. ? v . \ . Cow, three tyoars and ovor : 33. Smith, 1 j i Thos. Irwin, 2 ; 7 ontries ? Heifer, 2 years and under 3 : Geo. Osmond, i 1 aud 2 ; 7 entries ? ( Hetfor, lyear aLd under 2 .. Geo. Osmond i l and 2; 8 entries i Heifer calf, under 12 - months : Xhos. .Ir« i win, 1 ; G. Osmond, 2 ; 6 ontries : i
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
Local and General. I Roads ' Notified. — Tho Qazettc says it has been deemed expedient to open and make the following roads: Part of r.md from Dungog to Newell's Grossing, via Croom Park, between tho west boundary of L. Myles' 5G0 acres and Newell's Crossing liver the Wil liams River, at the south -ivot-tern boundary of A. Newell's 17 acres 25 perches ; passing through Mr. C. Lean's, Mrs. Sarah Myers, W Messrs. Wade, Richard Lean's, Pat rick Connolly's Joseph Wade's, Olias. Tidman's, Andrew Newell's .land ; boundary road : reserved road. De viation in part nf road from Dungog to Newell's Crossing; within L. Myles' (now Mrs. C. Lean's) 25G0 acres, — in lteu of part of rnnd. confirmed in the Gazette of August 20th, 1873 ; passiug thrjnph land belonging to Mrs. C. Lean and Richard Lean. Objections must be filed within one month from A pril 20. Anglican. — Tho Eveniug Service at Christ Church will be held at seven o'clock through the winter months. Death. — We regret very much to have t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
Under Distra'nt Warrant for Rent. JOHNSON V. SOLOMON. John liobson WILL sell at Clarenco Town on SATURDAY, May 5th, at 11 o'clock, (unless warrant be previouily satisfied), all the furniture and effects of B. Solomon. — 1 Grand Piano (now). Drawing Room Suit (leather). Lndios Plate Glass. Combination Wardrobe. Iron Bedsteads. Wire MattresseB. Bedding. Pillows. i Austrian Chairs. , - .- Lounges. Sofa«. /Toilet Sci vices. . \ ? Splendid Plate Glaes. ? Side Board. v ' 1 Kitchen Utensils., And other articles too numerous to mcution. . ? CLAGUE, Bailiff in Charge.
CANNINGALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
0 ANNIN GALL A.. First Innings. ?' J. Wallace, b Monk ? ... . 1 G. Garret, b Monk ... 0 J. Barnes, h o w, b Ryan ... 3 ' ?. J. Wallace, b Monk; - 0 A Shelton, b Monk :... 17 J. Shelton, b Monk ?? - ... ,0 W. Barnes, b Jupp-- , ... . 4 J. Garret, riot out 1 J. Shelton, c Bowen, b Monk 0 J. Atkins, b Jupp ... 0 J. Shelton, b Monk ... 0 Total ... 32 Monk 7 for 16, Ryan 1 for 6, Jupp 2 for 10 runs. Second Innings. i J. Garret, b Monk . ... . 0 A. Shelton, c Reeves, b Monk 6 , J. Barnes, run out 4 W. Barnes, b. Jupp ... 0 J. Wallace, not out 7 .Tes. Wallace, b Jupp '... 0 J. Sbelton, stp. Lowrey, b Jupp 0 J. Atkins, b Monk . : ... 0 G. Garret, b Jupp ... . 1 J. Shelton, stp. Lowrey, b Jupp 0 - G. Shelton, b Jupp ? ... 0 Byes ... 1 Total . ? ... 18 Thalaba won by 20 runs.
The Terrible Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
The Terrible Sea. They wero sitting upon tho reeky oliffs overlooking a bit of dangerous shore where a ship, had foundered tlio night before. ' . Tho rostless waves beat upon the irre gular sea wall and sent great flecks of foam high into tho air. ' ?? ? ? ~ Slowly going to pio;ea on tho tr'eaolier ousrookB,thegood ship tossed in horagony as a- delirious patient tossos on his bed of pain. Ever and anon the greeu \vavo3 dashed ovor. her and drove hor firmer into the giant grasp that was crushing tho lifo out of hor. Tlio crow had been safely brought to land and tho ship was left to the boister ous caresses of the hoartless ocean/ As tho young inan gazed upon tho ter rific scone of wind and .wave- and holp les3 ship, an awe-struck silence coaled his lips. After a fow moments tliUB lie turned to the beautiful girl beside him. A faintly perceptible smile shono in and out amid tho pink and white of hor lovely, .face. . : , lie saw in it tho sunahino that we lbvo to think lives eternal in...
A FREE PAIR OF SHOES. How a Mudgee Man Got Ahead of Two Greek Shoemakers. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
A FREE PAIR OF SHOES. How. a Mudgoa Man Got Ahead of Two Greek Shoomakeis. It is said among business men that it requires twelve Jews to cheat a Ge noese, but twelve Genoese are not enough to cheat a Greek. Only one person that ever I heard of enjoys the not very enviable distinction of hav ing cheated not merely one Greek, but two. He was a Mudgee man. ? He had got - financially, stranded in doing the East: and was; desirous of getting away from 'The. land of the sun,'? his passage being prepaid;: He had. no boots, however, having, worn those - he had to- the uppers ; neither had he money to buy new ones. He said ' peace ' to his soul, however,, and went to a shoemaker in a street of Athens, saying : ,-;? ' I want a pair of boots by Monday morning to fit me exactly, with round toes,' &c.' Iti short, he gave the fullest, directions. ' Certainly, sir, you shall have them without fail; They sh^ll be^ sent) to - ?your house' ^at1 ten on 'Monday1 morn ing.' The Mudgee man left h...
A THEORY OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
A THEORY OF EDUCATION. ? ' :: ? j'.:' ?: ? By Mrs. M. L, 'Rwne. . ' Too bad !' said : the old doctor, sharply, as he laid aside his hat, &c., with the air of one who had come to stay. ' When Providence sends little children into the world I think some times they are given to the wrong parents. They talk a great deal about educating the children I if the mothers and fathers were taught something it mioht. beoood.' The old doctor was becoming gatru lous, or he would never have made so long a; speech ; but he was privileged from long years of practice in - the family. - Mr. and Mrs.- , Granger- had one little girl, whom they, were- bringing up on 'a heroic plan. Thp^iad succeeded in a ' measure. ? ; She read Plutarch at nine, and, in lighter vein, discussed Macau lay's essays and Gibbpn's fiistory. She did not plajT with- dolls, though in se cret she yearned for one ; did- not eat candy, though born with ai sweet tooth ; arid: was'kept /to ?, silent meditation in her own little...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
Cricket. On Saturday last a team of cricketers from Canningalla journeyed to try their strength with a Thalaba team. A start was made about eleven o'clock, by tho Thalaba men taking the bats. It was soon found that no big scorcB were to be. made, as fcbe ground was altogether in favor of the bowlers. Tho Thnlahitea were soon dixposrd of for the rather small score or 27, J. Garret being tbe most successful bow ler for Canningalln ; at times his de liveries were almost unplayable, and proved very destructive to the Thalaba batsmen. An adjournment was then mnde to Mr R. Berry'B, where an ex cellent spread was awa'ting them, to which all did full justice. After din n nr tlio Cannitigu'lla players opened their innings by putting J. Wallace and G. Garret at tho wickets, but' the howling of R. Monk and the veteran, A. Ryan, was too destructive. G. Garret being disposed of by the first howl he received from R. Monk. The. i linings closed lor 31 runs. With 4 runs behind on the first innings,...
SECTION 17.—NEEDLE-WORK, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
\ SECTION 17.— NEEDLE- WORK, ETC. Plain needlework (hand)...Mias A Hill 1 Miss McMatb, 2, 6 ontries Crewel work in silk. ..Miss C Simmons, 1 Mias M S Honny 2 7 entries Arasono in silk. ..Miss M JoXnston 1, Miss K Nowell 2, 5 ontries Laco work. ..Mrs A E Middleton 1; Miss M Johnson 2, 3 ontrios Knitting work. Miss M S Honny land 2, 4 ontries Crochet work.. .Miss M S Honny 1 and 2 11 ontries Fancy wool work — Miss Florrio Kolly 1 Mrs Mcleod 2, 8 entries Fancy work and ombroidory oxolusivo of wool work: Miss J Osmond, H 0 Collection of fancy work :Miss M Johnston 1, Mrs McMath 2, 5 ontrii s Three best ironed shirts, 10s 6d (offer . by Mr F. G. Monro) — Miss A Bate, 1, 5 ontrios Open to pupils of all schools All pupils must be under the age of 14 years at time of exhibition. Fancy needlework, 1 pieco :Boso Peacock, Suwylong (P S^ 1, Florrio Kolly 2, Plain needlowork, by hand 1 piece : Min Cox 1, May Bobson 2, Agnes Fitzgerald H 0, 14 entries ' - Fanoy neodlowork nnd ombroidory : F Kelly...
JONES AND CON [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
JONES ANDtfON. ( i . By Monuis WaJiJC ? ^ _ A Thoro was- a good deal of- sicknessin tn-. neighborhood and littlo Willio Jonos wns tevorish. ; MrB. Jones waB attending to linn. Jonos himself could hear tho goings rm from his don down stairs. The first thing ho hoard distmotly was i loud, explosive ' No 1' Then Bomo words t)f gontle persuasion, and again ' No no, naw-o-o I' 'Just ono little spoonful, Willio l1'1 ? ' No I' repeated tho oluld again several times, strugglingliard tho wlnlojagainsl his mothor'a attempts to pOur the mediomo : down hia tbrnat.' - .Jones rapidly asoondod tho staira;. ? ' What ts tho matter with lnm ho . , said, quietly, to Mrs. Jones. '? I oaunot make lnm tako Ins modi cine.' . . . . - - 'Lot mo try.' . ' ?Tones made a groat show of putting tho ; modicmo away for good and all, but ho slyly transferred a spoonful into a tum blor. Then' ho stoppod ovor to the . water faucet aud turned oil a full head of water. 'Boy's throat is parchod and dry. What lie wants i...
CONNUBIAL TROUBLE. Or Boar and Forbear. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894
CONNUBIAL TROUBLE. Or Boar and Forbear. ' I always thought that tlioro was some connection botwron n wifo and buttons, And not a button on this shirt bosom, Bess.' * Wo had bcon marriod ayoar and more. And now wo had quarrelled — about but tons. I did not thmk thon what an astonish ing thing n woman muot fool it to ho taken from tho pedestal on which hor lovor has enshrinod her its a goddess ni^d scolded about some household matter* All men do it. ? . I wont. ; to- town.: . My business was transaotod in a m ood v . droam . I d ro w nod my. misery in, oigars and wont, homo as . angry aa I had left it. : No Boss mot mo , nr. tho gnto; I found hor in tho dining, room, and alio lookod up nt-mo with a ' proud, cold 'faflo, expecting an apology, porhaps, but I gavo .hor none. Fortu- ? natoly, 1 hadagnovanoo — thomuttonwas ? not cooked to suit mo, and thoro woro no i capers. : I bognn onco moro to dilate: on tho subject of a wife's dution.- Bridgot must bo overlooked. A bacholor might leav...