Elephind.com contains 399,698 items from Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Export of New Zealand Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
Export of New Zealand Produce. ' When we come to sum up tho total ol- our exports for tho year 1893,' says the New Zealand Herald of December 23, ' we have no doubt that wo Bhall be able to show that good progress is being made in regard to most of them. But in all proba uui(j iii win uti lunuu iuug tuo greatest ratio of increase 'has been in our dairy ] roducts. Yesterday it was an nounced that the. Aorangi had left Wellington with 511 tons of butter and 23 tons of cheese, 'boing the .?largest - shipment- of ;.dairy produce I which ever left the colony in one bdt | tom. Tbo advanco in the value of our | export of- buttor' and: -choeso.withiti j the last few yoars has been very great, i:and wo shall:.' not- bo surprised if it is i shown, when/the' figures are made up, that in -1893, it has made a greater i stride, that'.' anything :olso. In 1892 our seven ^principal:, exports stood thus:— Wool, £1,313,307; frozen moat, £1,033,377 ; gold, £951,963 ; grain, all kinds, £796, 3'M ; kaur...
ARE THE COUNCIL GOING TO DO THEIR DUTY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
ARE. THE COUNCIL GOING TO ' DO THEIR DUTy. ? ' To the Editor. ? ...j Sir,— —I. beg to ask yon. to ? draw, 'the .attention of/ the Municipal Council to i the. fact uti tibcr 'of ratepayers, that boust that they will .not pay their '.rates. for.. this half-year, and have not done so., I 'do not know why thev will ;not. pay their rates ; it is very unfair -to those who have done bo, and the Council, ought to see that nothing liko this occurs. There was some pausing talk in tho Courthouse at tlio time of the Appeal Court he this matter. Snroly this has not frightened the Mayor and Aldermen from doing their .duly,- -or is it because it is a 'big bug,' .that leads the opposing party, retuses to pay, owing to some tech nical error ou the part of tha Coun cil.. At any rate, in fairness to the majority ot' tho inhabitants^ the de faulters ought to be compelled to pny by those whose duty it is to enforce the law. — I am, etc., . ' A RATEPAYER:.
TRIAL OF ANARCHISTS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
TRIAL OF ANARCHISTS. LONDON, Wednesday. Ihe trial of anarchists commenced to-day, at Paris. Tho police anticipated that tho an archists would take advantage of the occasion to perpetrate f urthe-r deeds of violence. ? Jiistreino measures were adopted to prevent any outrages, but notwith standing the extraordinary precautions taken, tho anarchists succeeded in evading the vigilance of tho police, and to-day a bomb with burning fuse was found in . tho building Palais da Jus tice. The discovory was fortunately made in time to prevent au explosion. 'How tho bomb was smuggled into tho place was a mystery.
Latest News. SYDNEY, Thursday. MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
. Latest IMews. ? [lly Telegraph.! SYDNEV, Thnratluy. MINING ON PlllV A'l'E PRO PERTY. A woll al landed tnoc I in-^ to consider tho best iih'/ios to a.saiet i:ho Mining on Piivuto Hill, was held, to-day at tlio Australia Tlotol. A bout forty proxies wero represented. After a long dob'ite in favor of (ho Bill, Travel's Jones uiovod tlio following resolution — That in ihu nniiiinn of tin's imx.l iiur if-, will ho to tho boat interest/of the colony that tne Mining on Private Property Bill be at onco passed by Parliainout . This mooting desires to emphatically impress upon the Iloitife tho necessity for passing such a bill, and that tho forogning rosolution bo convoyed to moinb:rs of parliament representing tho various mining constitnonces, ami also thai a deputation consisting of members of the confer«-tico, wait upon tho Government for tho purpose of placing all t he .information. Iieforo it. Carried, and it has boon subsequently arranged for a large public meeting to take plaoo on Tu...
Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
Commercial. DUNGOG . II. C. Dark & Co. roport as follows :— Maize: Dungog 2s 9J to 2s 10 j Olaroneo Town, 3s to 3s Id. Eggs, fid to 7il doz. Chuff, 'Is to ds Cd Bat-on, unsaleable Butter, Cd ' Cedar, Board, 15s to lGs per 100ft. Due lis, 2 s to 2s fid if good. Fowls, 2s to 2s G.l if good. Potatoes, lo £G ; brisk ' . Seed Oats, 3s lo 3s 3d ; in demand Beeswax, ad per lb. - Cape barley, 3s ; English barely, 3s Edward Piper reports — Mr.izc market still rery dull, Dungog, : 2s 9d wliito and dark rod maize unsaloablo. Potatoes, £-1, plentiful. *? \ Chaff, JEM to £110s Eggs, 7il to 8d. Bacon, improving a littlo, bost'worth 4d Honey, 12s Cd per tin. : Wax, Gd to 9d . i Cedav, to lGs, according to sizo and quality, i Buttor, very dull, 4d to Gd. ' ' .
Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. Elour — Quiet; N.S.W. roller selling ? at from £8 12s Gd to £8 15s ; new, £8 5s to £8 10s per ton. Wheat — New milling, 3s 2d per bus; chick wheat, 3s Id per bus. Bran— Eirmer, 7d to 7Jd per bus. Pollard — Eirmer, 9d t'o Bid. . Good demand. Maize — Prime very scarce, and worth 3s 8d to 3s 9d ; medium 3# 3d to 8s 5d. - Oats—Prime bright feed, 2s 6d to 2s 7d. Chaff.— -Very scarce. Best quoted at £3 15s to.£4;;. other sorts from £3. Barley.— Capo, 2s -lid. Lucerne. — Hunter lliver, inferior, £1 is to £2 5s ;' prime £2 10s to £3 per ton. . ? Hay.— Local oaten in bundles, £3 to £3s 10s. Onions— Easier.; piimeto £6. ? Potatoes — Eirmer ; .Clarence Kiver primo, £3 4s ; .Hunter Bivor £3 to £3 5s Gd ; AVarruambool, £4 10s. Straw— Eirm ; local bundles, '£2 ; derrick-pressed, £2 5s. — Butter — Steady ; creamery and best brands of factory, 8id ; factory, 8d ; dairy, Gd to 7d per lb. ' Bacon— Eirm ; hand' cured, 6Jd to ?7d ; machine cured, 5-Jd~ to Gid ; mid dle...
MAITLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
MAITLAND . — . E. W. Sparks reports ' Eat Cattlo.— ^Supplies wero not ex cessive, and with a brisk demand, sales passed off satisfactorily. I have sold : — On account of New Ereugh es tate, bullocks (light) from £2 19s to 63 9s, steers from £2 8s to . £2 lis, cows from £2 to £2 Gs ; J. K. Mackay, cons and heifers from £1 13s to £2 8s ; T. O'Brien, bullocks at £2 12s Gd, cows from £1 10s to £1 19s; 'W. T. Swan, steers at £2 9s Gd; J.S. Suiith, cows at £2 lis, bullocks from £3 7s Gd to £i ; Northern agents' bullocks from ? £3 14s to £-1 2s ; T.Driuan , cows at £1 13s, W. Wade, bullocks from £2 lis to £2 lGs, J. \V. Bong, heifers at £1 3s ; D. Nicholson, bul locks from £4 4s Gd to £4 8s ; Mrs. Mackay, bullocks from £3 lGs to £4 9f„ Pigs. — Very large numbers forward and prices were slightly easier than at last . Thursday's sale. I sold about 170 at top. market rates. Best bacon pigs from £1 to £1 lis 6d, porkers irom 15s,.slip8 from 6s to 10s;
Bingera Diamond Field. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
Bingera Diamond Field. With regard to the company ' Avhich it is reported has been floated in London -with a capital of £100,000, to purchase and work a claim at Bingera, in quiries were made of Mr Dowel, M.P., with the object of ascer taining which of the &nbsp; &nbsp; seven &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; properties on the field with being thus disposed of. &nbsp; Dowel is not quite certain -at this point, several of the claims being at present under offer. London syndicates, but he thinks it will prove to be Cap t a i n Rogers's well-known Monte Christo mine, which was described some time ago in ' The Daily Telegraph.' Since then several parties have taken up leases and a deal of money has been spent in prospecting with varying results. Mr Dowel said that although the Bingera field had only now come into prominence ' in this colony and London, it had a history which extended back for over 20 years. There had been many ups and downs, and a good...
Mr Wilson on a new Tack. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 January 1894
Mr Wilson on a new &nbsp; Tack. Mr . J. Wilson, the city editor of &nbsp; tb.; 'Standard' and tlio boss fiivmciiilf alarinisb of the NinstoentJi, .0 outlay, lias, according to a cablegram, got up i)iK-t,hoi' son.sation, in l.hn shape of an ; attack upon no less an institution j h in tlio Hunk nf Ho-r1,i7i. The article was &nbsp; &nbsp; published in the' Investor Review' of the 2nd inst. Mr W ilsou lias since &nbsp; &nbsp; l.-coii intoi vi nverl hy a representative of tho press with reference to his statements, and during;the coltrse of &nbsp; lr.a remarks declared that unless tho &nbsp; Government made some provision for &nbsp; overhauling tho affairs of tlio Bank o£ -y England a disuator was inevitable. &nbsp; &nbsp; This seems terrible; but those who are familiar with'Mr Wilson's tren- &nbsp; &nbsp; chant criticisms, in his own journal, and also in tho city columns of tlio ' Sta...
Doomed to Die. London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894
Doomed to Die. London, January 11. The trial of Yaillant, the an archist, who recently exploded an infernal machine in the French Chamber of Deputies, has been concluded at Paris. Throughout the trial the pri sioner maintained a most de fiant attitude, and at the close of the evidence he made a statement to the jury. He nflmit.tfifl his cruilt. but said that his object was merely to injure persons by the explo sion, and he had no intention of killing anyone. His action was the logical result of philo sophy as invoked by Darwin, Spencer and Ibsen. Counsel for Yaillant, M. Labori, made a powerful and eloquent appeal on behalf of his client. He de clared that Vaillant bad been driven to deeds of violence by his constant contact with the sunerlllga UI tuu uiuaaeo ui puui people in Paris, and it was to attract attention, with a view to bettering the condition of the struggling people, that Yaillant had felt called upon to act as he did. The speech was a fine piece of rhetoric.^ The jury ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894
Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' — AND ? Be Happj. Send Your Orders to the 'Chonicle Office' FOR JOB PRINTING. Advertise in the 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay Yon. TO STAND THIS SEASON WIRA Gr U L LA, The Thobovghbbed Stalhos EOSCOB ROSCOE is a bright chestnut, by Splendor (imp.) from Koto by tlio Barb, from Isabella, ' by Now Warrior (imp), from Phantasy by , Xkbar fimrortcd Arab) from Flora by Gratia I (impj, from Flower. TERMS: — Singlo Maro, £2 10s; Two or inoro from sonio ownor, £2. 5s. All mares must bo paid for and removed prior to 1st January, 18^1. Full particulars on application to 0. A. HOOKE,. Wira Gulla. ^ T0 STAND THIS SEASON | -AT- Church Hill, Monkerai, The Roadster Stailioit IPotmf Shales* YOUNG SHALEd by Flying Shales (imp) dam by Protection (inip.)i from Deception by Now Warrior (imp.) TERMS : £2 Per Maro i reduction for two or moro mures. Good Bccuro paddockB provided. Every euro taken, but no responsibility incurred. Appr.x — GEO! W. TITCUME, Church Hill, Monkeroi. T° aTAN...
Captain Laycock. HIS MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894
Captain Layeock. IIIS MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEAR ANCE. . ' ? Mur.iiouuNK,' Saturday. On the arrival of the steamer Bar rabool from Sydney yesterday.inquiries were made .concerning Captain Lay cock's mysterious disappearance. Those on board, the vessel can onlji surmise what must have happened to. Ihe, popu lar skipper, and their belief as . that 'during a heavy sea lie nuiSt have been accidentally thrown overboard. Cap tain Layqock was in the best of spirits 011 Wednesday night, and Ins disap pearance was not known till,, the next morning, when the steward visited his cabin with a cup of coffee. :The un fortunate occurronco is supposed to have happened botween Gape St. George and Montague Island. The official report of tho aboriginal camp, 'at Boggabilla, near Narribri, N. S. W., presented a few days ago to tho Aborigines' Protection Board, sitting in Inspector-General's Fos bery'a Sydney offico, statod that ' drunkenness was decidedly 011 the increase, and gambling rampant at the camp,' ...
Reminiscences of the Kelly Gang. ONE OF THEIR PURSUERS IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894
Reminiscences of the Kelly Gang. ONE OF THEIR PURSUERS IN SYDNEY. , Among the visitors to Sydney just now is Detective 'Ward, the chief of the department in Victoria. . The offi cer took a prominent part in the pursuit of the famous Kelly gang. On several occasions he came in sight of of them, but never near enough to ef fect an arrest. It transpired after wards that the bushrangorB could have shot him several times, when he did not know that they were in his vicin ity. but thev were al WIWB restr-ninnd by Ned Kelly, who remembered that Ward had done him a kindness, and had also been kind to his sister and mother. By the merest chance De tective Ward escaped being at the Aaron Skeritt's home on the night the latter was shot. One of Mr Ward's reasons for the sympathy shown to the Kelly's is a curious one ; but prior to their outbreak a certain bank had been ' putting the screw on ' the farmers and selectors, and as Ned Kelly only robbed banks — never stick ing up coaches or lobbing g...
"They Say." [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894
' They Say. ' That the Salvation drum haB gouo wrong. It was played 'upon too vigor ously' during the visit of Adjutant Dennis. That tho weather is warm. That Alf. Bignell did not appreciate Waddy'B decision in giving him out l.b.w. in tho Becond inning on Satur day. That the annual meeting of subscri bers to tho local hospital - will be held on Priday next, at 8 p.m. That 100 charitably disposed persons are wanted to pay their membership fee and attend. That an old resident has expressed a pretty strong opinion in regard to the local aldermen as a body ; and That some of tho civic, fathers are deeply incensed thereat. That 'Man's inhumanity to man makes countless millions mourn.' That Mr J.'A. Jones has been de puled by the local J'ockoy Club tnpro ceel to Sydney to be present at the in vestigation re the Jack Jones appeal case. . ' _ That there is a sccond medical man m Dungog. ? That Mr J. A. Hall announces that he has opened up a large stock of builders' ironmongery, etc. That t...
A THREATENING DANGER. THE DUTY OF PATRIOTIC AUSTRALIANS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894
' A THREATENING DANGER. Tiie Dutx of Patriotic Australians. lo the Editor. Sir,— It daily becomes more mani fest tliat a supreme' issue at the nest general elections will be land taxation. For some mysterious reason many of . - our more prominent politicians have formally identified themselves with the . lonely disciples of Henry George, and discovered virtue, in the discredited I doctrines ? pf . the American philoso I ??«.« 1:..: ? 1 pMOla, i'.JI UOU WIO lUICUJUOU JlYJUg prophet' of land ..confiscation was among1 few years ago these poli ticians rejected his' teachings as per nicious and untenable in a colony like ours, whore real estate is held by those who won it by hard cash pay ? inents and still harder pioneering. A fy change, however, has recently come over the scene, and these ? gentlemen are saturating their- minds with the ideas of Henry George, and endeavor ing to delude others into the accep tance_ of such principles. They have either been honestly persuaded to re cast ...
Passing Notes. MR. REID. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894
Passing Notes. MR. IlEID. 'l'lioro will bo tio two opinions as to 1 Mr G. II. Itoid's power to talk. Ho can speak spmihly, and warm np into eloqupiic.o, on nny topic tliafc suits his audience, or comes within the exper ience of tho hour and place of speech. Tie lias been having a good time among tho ltivorina farinors, and predicts that beforo many yenrs aro over thesojfitie districts will sliow waving crops for hundreds of miles at a Btreteh. lie has nbown himself, on tho border, an eloquent 'expiwnt of federation, at the samo time pointing out features of tho proposed bill likely to work preju dicially to this colony. Ono cannot liolp feeling, when remarking the ver satile ability of tho leader of the Op position, that it's a pity he does not possess uioro of tho qualifications that would make him a sncuessful leader of men. Tkcro is no aettinc awav from tlio fact that like other politicians ho iB just Now making himself all tilings to all men, in the liopo of gnining voles and ad...