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Power of a Philosopher. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

Power of a Philosopher. Hecesippus, tho great philosophor, discoursed so eloquently on ' iiL) oeaco of death, as compared with too -worry . of life. 111. 'it many of his auditors killed themselves, and to stop tho opidomic ; Ptolemy ordored liim to teaoli no 111010 public. -' ,

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Electrical Sunstroke. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

! . Bleotrical Sunstroke. ? It is n'-w claimed that thero is such a tiling ns electrical nuiiBtvoko. Tho work men liround electrical furnaces iu w4i!ic) K~1 liietal al jiiiiiiiuin is produced sull-)r,fr/i^ss * Eifeao strokeo. The intense lifilit cruu\v:;.-,., painful congestions, which cannot butv' wholly pr-. vented by wearing deep colortcfi^i glasses. : -. )

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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[?]RIAGE. BUT THE BRIDE SELECTED PROVED VERY ACCEPTABLE [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

[?] ?flff'THE BRIDE SEtfCTfcD PROVED * v VERY ACCEPTABLE. L 1 Everybody declared that Hugh Cole K i wood ought to be the happiest man in ??Greenville. ^V*H e was young, handsome and well ^^Peducated ; then, ^ just as he -vas pre ^r- paring to fight his way to fame with *. poverty arrayed against him, he had KVs suddenly bejin made sole heir to;the ??- :Vr, fine old: estate of his eccentric aunt,' y Miss .Betsy Colewood, recently de K ceased. / At; - ^ WhaJ^hiore was necessary to the hap ; prness of a gay young fellow like Hugh . Colewood ? Nothing, it seemed to the envious bachelors, x-r- v ? However, there were conditions, or I one at least, in his aunt's will which I : v caused him no little uneasiftess. He i must love and marry th;r girl of her choice, one whom he ,hnd never even seen. ; Hugh .Colewood'caught up his aunt's last letter to hifri and read: it again and ^^agauujhfipihg to find some little loop . - hole of escape from the galling condi tion., . But.it was there in mer...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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He Escaped. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

He Escaped, 'Sir,' questioned an irato fomalo cub ^ tonier, as sho pounced on ulittlo man nii^ - was pacing tho store, ' are you tho walker?' ,-^H| 'N-n-no, ma'am,' ho gnBoed, q-o-only the p-p-proprietor.' People who break into a song gonorallj usii a bar of music.. A theatrical company is charitable wheoH it ulayB to a poor house. Guest—' Why do you print yourbili^H fare in French ?' ' Fashionable Restaurateur — ' I want my patrons to think that^^^^^H they can read it.' Banks — ' Itivors, how do that wonderful bird the phcjcml^^^H caught fire ?' . , * Itivors — ' Probably from a/' Dr. Q lackom — ' Well, sir, yf iry my invariable Cureall. .Ii fllleiilivo-afior all other run failed.' ' Patient—' But 1 haven't t: thing olso yet.'. -r' Mrs. O'Toolo — 'I untherVtMvd,/^^^B Mulligan, that wnn of yer byes in' for a doctlio'-. But phwat goin' to make of tho other byu.V' Mrs. Mulligan — ' An unthertako^^H that he can bury nil tho people thodoo^^B Clergyman—' Laziness is tho , uing of all tro...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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SECTION 16.—FINE ARTS [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

SECTION 1G.--FINE ARiTS ? -- .Original oil painting,„3L Alison, 1 and i .: iS entries Copy oil painli:il:...Mis3 L M Hooko, 1: 11 ontries ?' Copy wnter color, by amateur;. .Mrs IT J v Bishop, 1, 2 ontricB ;i Copy ponoil drawing, by amateur, ..Miss r| . Lticy Doust 1, 5 ontricfl ^ Human Head, in black and whito oray» */.; ? ons, by amateur.. ,Gub Eogloton, 1, 5 ontrios I Study in crayons, tlireo or moro colors... No award Hand puinting on silk or satin... Miss Emily Hooko 1, 8 entries,.' , Colloction photograpliio viows...B D -I!; Broames 1, W McDonald 2, 2*ontries ; Poncillod landecapo, by pupil undor 16 years of ago ... No award :\'f Black and whito crayon drawing, bf boy or ' gfrliiqdor 17 yoars of ago...Ellar Alison 1,4 enfcflBp BlJBnand white crayon drawing(any sub a-} . joct)?Juamatour...Mi8s Emily Hooko 1, 5 'a' ontries ?i-* Best ep8 iy on Political Economy, open to v-\ all boys and girls attending anv school in the - district (Mr W. S. Harrison's special) ..R«T Midulnton, 3 e...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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SECTION 15.—LEATHER ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

SECTION15.— LEATHER, \-'S ETC. V; ' Collection of leatbor, not less than 4 varie ties... Hyland & Young, 1 : E.T. Bignoll, 2; 2 eptriee . ^ Collection of #^^^(fc«»nnod)... Hyland Young, 1 : W F Siffl^ns, ,2 : 2 ontrios - Set sing'o buggy harnesb...J Nowell, .Taylor, 2 : 2 entrios Sot spring cart harness... J Newell 1: l^trjr.' Sot cart harness... J. Nowoll, 1 : only Act Set Plough harness. ..J Newell : ono or^jr Ladies' saddle, hogskin seat., .J Newell, 1: It Taylor, 2; 4 entries Gouts' all-over hogskin saddlo...R. Taylor, sls 2 ontrios. ? . ' : ? Stockman's saddle (prico £4 10s)...R.' Tay lor, 1 : J. Newell, 2 : 4 ontrios ? Collectionof harness and saddlery... J New ell, .1 : R. Taj lor, 2 . 2 entries . , Best Collection of saddlery, work of an ap- . y.^o prontioe under 21 years of ago, Messrs.* S. Yi ^ : Smith's and J. Nowell's speeiul...E E Ncwoll, 1 : 2 ontries- - % ???;

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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She Heard Nothing Drop. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

She Heard Hothing Drop. '? Dolia.' ' Yia, ma'am.' ? .... I am vory tirod and I am going lo hp down for an hour.' '? Yis, ma'am.' ' If i should happen to drop off, call 1110 at livo o'clock.' ' Yis, ma'ain.' , So iny lady lioa down, folds her hands, closoa ner uyra uiiu ? ? ? ? — v. dreams. Sho is Buddenly awakened by tho clock striking aix,- aud calls liidig uanf , : 'a!'. ? ') ,, ma'am.' . f .. Vhy didn't, you :allme atfivoo clook, as I ordered?' . ? 'Shure.ma'am.yo tould me to call ye if yo droppod off. 1 looked in on yo at foive, and yo. hadn't dropped off at all. Ye was lyin' on tlio bed iu tho samo placo, fast asleep.' ,

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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IN THE WAKE OF FORTUNE. (COPYRIGHT.) AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. CHAPTER XXXI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

-#N THE WAKE- OF FORTUNE. ? y l - 1 - — ^ i ' ' (c'OPl IlIUKT ) I ' AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. 11 * | I A V N DEXTER. OHAPTE^^XXI^-Continbed.- ' - , V^ Trenorfethwihtl quito Iqp t ills spirits for tbe afternoon, tliougbhe mndo n.bravo effort , to be cheerful. Before the last raco waB.rnntho party loft the courao to avoid tho grout crush of the . homeward crowd. Trenoweth did not breathe n word to liia i Mends concerning the unexpected meeting j bo had. j-. Nothing could be gained by it, but lio i . mado a mental determination to leava Mol I . bourne as soon as he could oonvoiaeutly do ; ? ? 16. On the Tuesday following the Oup. raco Barr drow hia attention to.'somo prominent . : (porting paragraphs in one of the daily news . papers. . - ? : These wore to tho effect that tho ' King ' had been heavily hit during tho Spring Mating And thai more than ono bookmaker bad proved a defaulter. - The worst case was that of a man noraed Charles Sttnppon, who bad bet very heavily and, losing, had take...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Origin of the Are Light [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

llie Origin of the Are Light V Sir Humpliray Davy, who died in 1 82&, .veally'dincovoved tho arc method of olec ti-ii! li^htinu practically as it is used to diiy. He lienmibes how. if two pieces of L'liiircont aro placed near togother and an ' al'uclric currvut brought to boar on thorn,, tiicru will be vrndiiccd ' a most brilliunt firfili nf: lii'ht.' ' -Ba', liko so many other discovones of - r vast commercial importance, tlio produc- . tion of thU hviiliaiit arc light remained imlv a more interesting scietifio experi ment. F, lisnn mudo tlio experiment commer cially Yaht.iblo, and Edison, is as groat a 'ina'11 -as Sir Hiiinphry Davy. If that ri'iioaned scientist can now look' down oji^ ? ? some of our illuminated citica 11 1 ni-;li(, hinvaiigrv lie must feel at the chance ho missed.

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THE PRESTIDIGITATOR OF THE SIERRAS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 4 May 1894

THE PRESTIDIGITATOR ' OF THE SIERRAS. BY A NEW ENGUANDER. . -It was in California -that I first saw Stregone. . I . saw ? him but three times in' alii' and: found it impossible to make any progress in his confidentc.- .v.v Confidence ? He had none, save in' himself. Stregone's confidence in his own : power, wnetner tnat power was natu ral or supernatural— and I have never . been able to settle the point in my own mind — was not that of petty, vanity. It was sublime and masterly. He 1 stood alone, surrounded by an impassa ble wall of reserve, cool as an, ice bar rier, and as polished, A New Englander by birth, I found . myself at thirty living alone in a rude : cabin among the foothills of the Sierra ? Nevada. . ? I owned' some land there and had come up to verify the surveys . before making arrangements for irrigating it. A number of miles from the. town as I was, the .snow-covered )jeaks were i my neighbors and the sm'nke ofj'jhe far-off Indian encampment tuy nearest human companio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

I i Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' ? AND — - Be Happy. Send Your. Orders to tiie ' Chronicle Office ' FOB JOB PRINTING. Advertise IN THE 'CHRONICLE' I':.: . —I T — 'Will Pay Yon. S. E. SEEIG, Pj'actiealWatclv and Clock-' '-'?Maker, Jeweller Optician, etc., DOWLING STREET, DUNQOS. To the ? Inhabitants of Dungog. and Surrounding District. . HAYING- beon induced to start in your district, I beg to ofTor you first-class work, nnd sincerely hope Unit tou 'will pat ronise vyc, so as- to keep a first-class tradesman in tlio district. I know as a rulo, after tlio mibhc havo had their watches and jeweller? lotclied by fO'Cftlled watchmakers, that they nrcdubious about giving thoir work to other?, but vou enn sufolv bring your watches and jewellery td ?neand get them well and skilfully repaired Tho work will bo done, punctually mm also guaranteed. I ftUo intend periodically viniting the difteront towns around Dungog, nnd any work tou may have you can save for ?me, and ilwill be returned the fol...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

Purebred Alderney Bujl /' FOR SALE PRIVATBLY-'or TO LET for 12 montl;*.- ' J. A. JONES, Butcher, Dungog. ~ Found^ AGOLlXfilN^^^irvner can hnvo s-ime bySju^fgproper description and payiiigAJrcnitadve tisBuiont. 'f^RLTON, ? ^Dnncnrf. Ball ILL Bly^iiLD in tho Centennial Ha^frm H^^lth MAY. Doubl^tiekets, St^Is ; single, 15s. ' GEO. WALKEL1, Hon. See. Carlton and Abbott WILL sell by auction at their yards on SATURDAY fflKT at 2 V- primeWcqi^igs, & 5 UKEEDINJSQOWS, for P. J, 4'i'jMjij«^ACOF^«GS, for R. 40 PRIME llACOX' PIGS for Jno. Gorton. Thiims Hasw. Fat Cattle, F^Pigs J0I111 ^Kobson WILL^ll ji^ii8 yards on SATUR DApWEXT, 12th May, 1894, 10 Hl^Dof PRftlNyiAT CATTLE. lOO^Til.ME FAT PIGST Terms Cash. For Sale Privately. THE Lease, License, Furniture, and Goodwill of the Settlers Arms Hotel, Dungog, so well and favorably known to the general public. PersonB in quest of such should not miss this chauce, as it is seldom that Buch a chance is offered to the public. Apply to the under...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

.Commercial. DUNGOG H. 0. Dark & Oo, roport as follow* I Maizo: Durigog, Is 8il \ Oluronoetown, is lOtl ] Egge, 8d to 10a doz, falling Ohaff, 3s ; dti'l Bacon, 4Jd Buttor, -kl to Cd Cedar, Board, 15s to 16» por 100{t, Ducks, I8fld-tb2s9d Fowls, Is 01 to 2b Od Fotatoos, 3s fid to 4s owti Oats, 2s. Beeswax, Gi to 8d per lb. Honey, 10* tin* (Kerogeno tins objection* able.), ' Capo barloj, 2s Gd ; English barolj, 2* Gd. Edward Piper reports— Ifaizo— Murkot stiil Tory low in prico. Samples coming forward nc' boir.^ dry enough tj etorc. Prico — Dungog, Is 9Jj Clarence Town, 2s for bost dry samples. Oats, 2s per bushel Honoy, 7s Gd to 10s por tin ; plentiful. Barloy, 2s Gd to 3* por bushel Potatoes, £3 to £4, Chaff, £& to £4 ; very plentiful Eggs, bought ut murkot rates. Bacon, nono offering. Wax, Gd to Od Buttor—3d to Gd j plontiful. Cedar, 12s to 17s, according to quality and ztso.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Vine Diseases Board. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

Vine Diseases Board. A meeting of the Hunter River Vine Diseases Board was held 011 Monday last at Scobie's Chambers, West Mait land. Mr R. Scobie, M.P , (Chair man), presided, the other members of the' Board being present, viz., Me-sis G. T. Cnrmio'iall, Waltor C. Green, Geo. Brown, and W. F. Fell. Minutes of previous meeting were confirmed ; rnri'esnondenco received — letter from Depnrtment^notifying that parcel of bliinkjgturn forms had been sent 011 by r.iin ;'la0 several requisitions for ' return forms ' ; also fifteen com pleted returns from various vine growers, principally from Eaymond Terrace. The Secretary was instructed to- have the address of the Board printed on the blank forms which wero received from the Department, aud to send on to each person mentioned in the list of vinegrowers in tho district j also to in sert in Saturday's local papers a noti fication to all growers of one or more grape vines that they miistsend com pleted returns in to thp Board before June 6th...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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PATERSON & GRESFORD. F. G. BROOKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

PATERSON & GRE9FORD. 1 F. G. Bbooker's Repobt. , House and land property, agricul tural farms are in demand, oitln-r lo reut or purchase. Numerous enquiries for dairy farms to lease. Fat Cattle.— Tho demand is dull, and bntehers purchase very sparitigl-. I have sold — jiW A. K. Holderi, 4 cows at £2 to £2 5s per head. Springers. — Choice young cows or good sorts of heifers near calving are very eagerly competed for, and ex cellent prices realized. I have sold — For Thos, Turner, 1 heifer at £2 16s, 1 at £2 18s, 1 at £1 19s, 1 at £2 10s, 1 at £1 lis, 1 at £1 10s, |1 at £1 15s ; P. McKeown, 1 nt £2 ; A. K. Holden, 1 at £1 15s, 1 nt £2 lis, 1 at £1 16s,' 1 at £3, 1 at £2 15s, 1 at £1 19s, 1 at £1 15a Gd, 1 at £1 19s 6d ; R. B. Boy dall, 1 at £3 17s Gd, 1 at £2 lis, 1 at £2 5b, 1 at £2 10s, 1 at £2 15a. I at £2 10s ; T. Faulkner. 1 at £3 2-i 61, 1 at £2 lGs 6d, 1 at £2.l5s ; P. Mann, 1 at £3 78 Gd, 1 at £2 ; J. McKeown. I at £3 lis Gd, 1 at £2 4s Gd, 1 at £3 7s Gd. Store Cattle....

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday 1 Flour— Steady. Vietormn stone, from £ 7 ; new roller, £7 10s to £8 per ton. Wheat — New milling — nommil ; ohickwheat, good whole samples, dull, 28 3d per bus ; broken samples. 2s. Maize. — Quiet demand. Prime dry quoted ut Is lid per I-u^hel; soft from Is 6d ; old, 2s Cd to 2s 8d Potatoes — Plentiful. Circular Head, £2 15s to £3 5s. L icaf, £1 15s to £2 5s. Butter — Good demand ; creamery and best brands of factory, 3Jd ; fac tory, 7d to 8d ; dairy, Gd to 7d per lb : pastry, 4d to 5d Bnpon — hand cured, Gd to.GJd ; machine cured, 5dto 5i-d ; middles, 7 1 to 8d. Hams — Colonial, 9d tq lOd ; Eng lish, Is to Is 2Jd. ? Honey — Brisk, to 3|d per lb, for pure. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in bladders, 4£d to 5d ; bulk 3d to4d per lb. Cheese — Dull ; market glutted ; best brands of ordinnrr, 2d to 3d ; second, l£d to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to 3^d per lb. ' Egg* — Plentiful, From Is 2 1 to Is 3d per doz Poultry — Prime, scarce ; inferior, plentiful. Fowls fro...

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Sensation at Townsville. Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

Sensation at Townsville. Brisbane, Tuesday. A case of attempted murder occurred at Townsville early this morning. A man named Patrick Welsh, a fireman at Alligator Creek works, at tacked Mary Burke, a widow who was employed as domestic servant at a Chinese board ins: house next the courthouse Welsh, it is alleged, drew a razor and inflicted terrible in i juries on his victim, who es t caped through the fence into I the courthouse yard, where assistance reached her. The wounds were dressed, and it was found that the flesh had been cut away to the bone in several places. The dying depositions of the woman were taken. Welsh escaped and has not yet been captured. The body of a girL named Plowright was found in a creek at Bega, Eden. In her clothes j on the bank was a letter giving ! her reasons for the act.

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

Passing Wotes. 'The latest news from New Australia, that the colonists have deposed Mr Lane from the leadership of the move ment, is no more than one might have expccted. Ever since the days when the children of Israel railed against Moses and looked hack longingly to ?V . wards the neahpots ot Jigypt, the lead t ' erB of new movements have had to bear the brunt of the inevitable popu lar reaction. Probably Lane has done as well as any man would under the , peculiar conditions of his ill-advised ? enterprise. The bonds that bound the enthusiasts together were nothing better than ropes oF sand. The Pil grim Fathers of America had strong religious principles to unite them to common cause, they had fled, too, from persecution, spoliation, and tyranny, in Bume of the worst aspects. Aus tralia is too good a land, however, we maintain, for the successful loading out of hands of Pilgrim Fathers to ?i'v, ? found a New Australia amid tho wilds of Paraguay. * # ». There seoms to be a growing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

Fern Hill Butter Factory, Stroud. THE OFFICIAL OPENING will take place on WEDNESDAY, the 6th June, 1894, at 10.30 a.m. J.B.PARK, Proprietor. '

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New Australia. London, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 8 May 1894

New Australia. London, May 1. I News has been received from I Paraguay to the effect that Mr. Lane, the chairman of the New Australia settlement, has been deposed. The despatch also''' states that Mr. Lane is Wving Paraguay and intends ijo return to Australia. - This last split has, it is stated, completely wrecked the settlement, and the pioneers arc leaving the land which is under the control of the New Australia directorate and set tling on the adjacent Govern n\ent lands. The settlement lia^ entirely collapsed owing to theTepeated differences which havevoccurred.

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