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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
'? ABB OTJABAWTBKDTOOlVBEVEIlT8ATIBrAOTIOa OTIIERWIBB WILL BE BXOIIANOBD. 813 George-St,, Sydney. (OrrosiTE Railway Station) ( Tho unrivalled Kbyxess } 20s. } Wator. A Strong. Roll- - 20s. t ablo, Oil cap *vatch. J t 'RnfiliehLover, full-jowellod, com« £2 1 OS. 3 pensntion balanco, 2 yours1 * guaranteo. f Mv unequalled English Lcrcr, & £3 ICS, S full covored cap, patent ootion, C 3 years* guaranteo. ^ My special Key or Koylosu English £4 ) Lover, compensation balance, patent (. action, 3 yoars guarantee ( First-class Koy orKeylcssEnglish £4 10s.} Lever, full covered cap, patent, (hand finished. 4 years' guarantco. r First-class Koy or ' Keyless English nr \ Lovor, compensation balanco, full* ?k* j covored cap, nand finished, 5 years* ' guarantee. fTho ACME English Lovor, full ch^ T o) nometor balanco, adjusted, 15 ru _ 1 jewols, a correct timekeeper, 6 yea * C guarantee. Flv-back Minuto OHKONOGRAPHS £8 8s. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10a. Six fears' guarantco. Highly rocommondcd. Lad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
THOS. BAKER, Practical Tailor, Dowling-Btrect, DTINGOG. BEGS to roturn thanks to his numrrouB cufltomors for t.h 3ir past support, and ?' trusts by strict attention to business* to merit a ountinuanoo of their patronago. L'noro is no need to oend away for Clothes wneuthoy cu.n bo mado rb Cheap and as Giiod in tho town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. .? ... ? ? ? My Tweeds, Cloths, Doeskins, Serges, Llamas, Buckskins, ^ Worstod a-.d Bcavei Coatings, Bedford and Manchester Cords, . Hair Linos, Etc. : . Aro all of tho Best Materials to pick from, v v' and well shrunk boforo making up. ' The W.R.S.N. Co. t-'9y.r '? (LIMITED), CLAEENCE TOWN. - The Company's Steamer Cooreei . eaves Clarence Town with Passengers and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESD AYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 ?'?????? 'a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.m., -until further notjee. . R. LYALL, Secretary. ' ^ i|WcsiP\- J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTQHILJR. .... DTingog. I XN taking tliis opportunity to thank tho p...
ROAD CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
ROAP CONTRACTS. The following were the lowest ten ders for Koad Work in the Stroud Roads District, opened by Mr George N. Simpson, Eesident Engineer, 011 the 28tli ultimo : — ? Contract 1 0 — Stroud to Dungog — S. M'Pherson, and Wm. Farley, equal. Contract 17 — Dungog to Weisman tel's — G. Taylor. Contract 18 — Limeburner's to Krambach — M. Thompson. ContracJ^fcO-Limeburner'a to Kram bach — M.Thompson. Contract 20-Limeburner's to K rank- bach — C. Carr. Contract 21-Limeburner's to Kram bach — W.. Bourke. Contract 22-Limeburner's to Kram bach-^. Carr. Contract 23 — Bullahdelah to Eor ster — E. M'Gratli. Contract 24 — Elyer's Creek to Dor liey's — E. Ireland. Contract 25 — Bullahdelah to Larry' t Flat — M . Ilogan and W. O'Neil, equal. Contract 26 — Bullahdelah. to Larry's Elat — W. Bourke. Contract 27 — Limeburner's to Kram bach — W. Bourke. Contract 28 — Limeburner's to Kram bach — C. Carr. Contract 29— Dungog to Wiseman tel's — W. . I. Daunt. ,Contract31 — Dungog -to WoiBman tel's ...
Charles Reade. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
. Charles JReade. 1 There was really nothing difficult of com- ; prehension, in Charles Eeatle'a nature. Those whose intercourse with him, was closest were quick to diaccrn the idiosyncrasies which lay at the bottom of 'hiB wild flights of - temper, his fierce aversions and belligerent demeanor toward ail whom he conceived to be hia enemies. His. most striking cbaracteratiu was ; an.: utter inability ; to . conceal hia emotions, or restrain; himself from the. com- mission of any act to which these emotions promoted him. He could not.-;in fact; lia. brought: to see the need . of -cbncealnmer^^H repression. He totally failed .to unilerSjHH that any feeling required: to-be hidden, aiiy thought left unBpoken.ior :ahy impulse held in cheek. In' these respects he remained ,a froward child to the. end of his days. . Ths censurea to which he ; consequently exposed himself wei-o inevitable, though often unjust. He was stigmatised ' as the ' embodi ment of morbid and-, fatuous vanity. Ta trut...
General Election. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
General Election. The Premier thinks that in all probability Parliament will be dissolved about the middle of June; that is, about five or. six weeks hence. Ample opportunity will be given to pass the pending legislation between this time and the close of the session, and he is in hopes that this will take place before the close of the present month, though that of course depends upon the ex pedition with which work is proceeded with. The four principal measures are the Mining on Private Lands and Noxious Trades Bills now before the Council, and the Betterment Bill and Electoral Bill before the Assembly The Premier hopes to make substantial progress with the Betterment Bill, and possibly to get forward a stage with the Electoral Bill. It is not intended to propose any alteration of the bill which is now in committee.
A New Theosophy. The Recent Startling Manifestations at the Pentagram Club. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
A New Theosophy. The Kecent Startling Manifestations - ; at tho Pentagram Olub, - i - ^ ifd', occasion- lo vleit &' r Sew and oommoaioue building upon Mftrkcl Stroel, .many of the oharabf rs ol whioh' Ma yfit un tenanted, and as my business took ? * 0°m,owllttt reraote .quRrtor' of ibfl - .Building, I liaa oomotimoa, when ine elcv&tofl ,w»« not running, to pmB aloag not a few of .ine lengthy oorridotB on my way to my doati uKuou, : , ansra. .was one door -.whfoh always - .plquod my op(lo»ity ao l paaaed It. Instead .pi having the name and butlnoea of the tenant emblazoned on the paneling as. is usually- the ' -oastom, this partioular door had Upon it noth ing bu* a plain silver star, nbt unlike in eize ' ?nd.mako thl) emblem. wo^n by an ofiloer of' police. At fltet .it etruok mo that tho obanibor . might actually. bn nBod for some spooial pur— .pose by. this arm of tho eervioe, but aB I never ?aw, any sign of polioo olfieera about, I lattorly inclined to the idea of ...
Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
Commercial. DUNGOG H. 0. Dark & Co, report as follows Maize: Dungog, Is 8d j Clarencetown, Is lOd Eggs, 8d to lOd doz, falling Chaff, 3s } dull Bacon, 4}d :;. j * Buttor, 4d to 6d Cedar, Board, 15s to 16s por 100ft. , Ducks, ls6dto2B9d Fowls, Ib 6d to 2b 9d Potatoes, 3s Gd to 4s cwt. Oats, 2s. Beeswax, Od to 8d per lb. Honey, 10s tin. (Kerosene tins objection able.) Cape barley, 2s Gd j English barely, 2s 6d. fer. Edward Piper reports — , ,v;' Maizo— Market still very low In price. | Samples coming forward not being dry | j- ? enough otoro. Price — Dungog, Is 9d; /V Olarenco Town, 2s for best dry samples. Oats, 2s per bushel Honey, 7a 6d to 10s per tin j plentiful, r Barley, 2s 6d to 3s per bushel Potatoes, £3 to £4, ?-. Chaff, £3 to £4 ; very plentiful ?f ' Eggs, bought at market rates. Bacon, none offering. 1 Wax, 6d to 9d Butter — 3d to 6d j plentiful. ? Cedar, 12s to 17s, according to quality and 2180. '
Church Services. MAY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
Church. Services. ? MAY. Cmmon op England Whit Sunday 13th,— Dungog 10.30, (H.C.), Rev. J. Vosper, 7, Mr King j Chichester 10.30, Ben dulba 3, Mr King ; ©Ion William 8, Clarence Tcwn 7, Rpv. J. Yoa v ' P°r- v I Y A Vj. yosPitE, '?;] Inoumbbnt. ' Sabbath 30, Eev.E. ? Dixon/ 7, fiev. E. .}\-: Middleton ; Ban don Grove 3, Miss Huggart ; e Chichester 10.30, Mr E. Rumble ; Clarence Town 7.30) Eev. E. Dixon. ' ? EEV.E. DIXON. Presbyterian. . Sabbath 13th. — Dungoi^ 10.30 nnri 7, Rev. D„ Baird ; E'lstetton 3, Eoy. D. Baird j Monkerai 11, Mr G. A. Mackay ; Tollegherry 10.30, Mr ? J; A. McKenzie. EEV. D. BAIED. .Baptist. Lord's Day, 13tb. — Thalaba 3, Pastor E. J. Middleton, ' Pleasing God,' ? 7 evangelistic service, Mr Eobert Borry, senr. J. MIDDLETON, ? , ? Pastor.
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
Mining News. A telegram from Wyalong says that Corry's 20 tonB from a three-foot reef, yielded 16dwts. to the ton, at the Bar medman battery ; McMahon's 12 J tons gave 4Sozs.; Pressor & party have a splendid reef at 86ft, 2^ft. thick, show ing good gold. Wealands & party are crushing 20 tons of stone, from Portuguese Gully, near Albury, estimated to yield 2ozs. to the ton. ' Simmons & party at the Nail Can, near Albury, have discovered a reef which carries good gold through the ?formation, and of 3ft. width, confined between two good walls. Some stone broken down is rich, and it is stated that the discovery is very important. The Eungalla G. M. Co., Mackay (Q.), has crushed 114 tons of Btone for 502ozs. of gold. A chinaman arrived at Georgetown (Q ), with 30oz's. of alluvial gold, which he found in two days. Included in the lot was a 13 oz. nugget. ' A party of young Maitlanders have gone to Port Macquarie to work al luvial with a Jerger machine.' It was foun...
Beach Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
Beach Mining. Attention has lately been directed to the increased mining operations which aro taking place on the beach of the northern const, with good results to those employed. Hithorto, how ever, the Manning River beach has been neglected— but it is now under going a test at the hands of three or four nartinn. and ho fnr linn irivon nr. cellent results. Our representative has visited the workings at the Old Bar, and from the particulars given below it would appear that a lucrative new local industry is likoly to spring up. Messrs J. Cameron and Shubert, and another man known as Harry Bis marck, who is on his own nccount; have been working for some little time past at Graham's Creek, near tho Old Bar, prospecting for gold, and the latter states that he is making from 7s to 8s a daj. These men only have rude ap pliances — the latter working with a perforated.box having a false bottom, and Messrs Cameron and Shubert with a sluice-box and a copper plate 6 feet long by about 2 feet w...
THE BOND OF A SECRET. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
I ,'T?e of a Secret. I f ' By f. Jfl. F. SKEJiE. j ' CHAPTER I. ^ I r v As full of poril and adTnnturonn spirit - V /? ?.^A.BtOQVcrwalkacurrontroftrinjflortaj . I ' . . *f\ On tbousBtosdfubt footing of a epcar. -? 'N* s. J ? ? ?:?? A 1? a considerable distance from one . . J\ o£ tho .rinost Btormy; partB of the Northern English coapfc there ) - BtandB,. far out - to Boa, a solitary | i ? woki that : only appears above the sur- ? | ~ j face .of tho waves -when tho tide is oat. | It islargoenoughjtoform anialet, which ?ing the Jiouva that lt.is lett uncovered ho wntor, is tho resort of vast nam i of sea-gulls and other Birds, which c ; thero to feast on the shell- Deh to Eound. among its boulders. ' Among; o jt is known that a very rarq ana itffiilBpooiesofsoR.parrotiBOCcaBion. _ to bo found which cannot be obtained ? . ;; tmywhoro olso, and the little' island is: ? occasionally visited by porsons desirous - , of capturing a livo specimen of.vthis rara avis. It is a quest of some diff...
An Enlarged Use of Silver. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
An Enlarged Use of ? Silver. Notice has biicn given in the A ssem bly by Mr Dowel of the following motion for May 15 : — ' That, in con sequence of the ruinous fall of prices affecting securities, commodities, Jand wages, also tho uncertainty of national .. and international i^sbanges caused to if y-.v a large extent by '^?depreciation of nilvnr nnri thn of cold, it IB, in the .(pinion of tn^Ppis^, desir able that tho British Goyernment - . should co-operato with the great mone tary nations of tho world for the pur pose of making an international agree ment to provide for an enlargod use of silver in the following manner -.???? (1) To establish an open mint, to which , every man may take either gold or silver to .bo coined (subject to mint charges only) ; (2) to determine a fixed ratio which the gold and silvor coins are to bear to each other; (3) to enact : that the money so coined shall be legal | tender to anv amount at the option of the payer. That the above resolution be commun...
Miscellaneous Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
Miscellaneous Pars The ' Tamworth News ' puts the political position thus : — ' The Legis lative Assembly without Sir George Dibbs nould be wanting in one of the most prominent representative men the colony can boast of. Let it be Tamworth's pride and glory to link its name witn tne political rortunes or a man whose name will be handed down to posterity as one of the best and boldest of her statesmen.' Her Bebel, the German Socialist leader, says that Kaiser's Bill's gigan tic military system is a greater menace and curse to Germany than to France, on account of the taxation it involves crushing the industrial vitality of the nation. «] There isftonsiderable distress among unemployed in New Zealand. Typhoid fever in Victoria is abating, but diphtheria is becoming more pre valent. Samples of beach sand from the mouths of the northern rivers ore again reported to show good results in tests for gold. According to the Colonial Treasurer, the Government are in very easy cir cumstances at...
THE LAND BELONGS TO ALL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
THE LAND BELONGS TO ALL. j To the Editor. Sir, — The assertion that the 'land belongs to the people has been fre queitly raised, but rather in . the— in- terests of .a class than of the general community. The land may belong to everybody, but everybody cannot go upon the land; honce in dealing with the lands of the Btate the main con sideration should be to secure the greatest possible advantage, not to those who may leaBe or purchase lands but to the Btate, that is, the general community. Hitherto, the land ques tion has been discussed as if there were only two parties— squatters and selectors — concerned ; but, as a mat ter of fact, the disposal of the state lands is a question which affects every member of the community. In pre paring legislation on the subject, the Government has no right to study the interests of either selector or squatter in preference to those of the community, and if this fact were steadily borne in mind, our land sys tem would be found more equitable and s...
AMUSING BLUNDERS OF CLEVER PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
AMUSING BLUNDERS OF CLKVEIf PEOPLE. A hypnr-enlical reader has beon totting up a few, scientific blunders m works of -fiction. \ Here they arO !— ? Tho romances of Jules Vorno nre crammed with tho most delicious scientific absurdi ties,. whtnh are introduced with -a . show of - ponderous .. learning-' and ? a., oprotenco of mathematical . .exactness that render them nil 'tho more enjoyable. / As, hojv ovcr, theso aro not meant to ho anything but absurdities, it ^would bo- hardly faltf^to.'clnss them with tho mistakes' unconsciously 'made, tho result cither of ignorance/ or carelessness. Quite different, however, is the droll error nvulo by tho great ronmnccr in 'f Round the e World in Eighty Days,' when ho describes his heru as i reaching his club just -whon. the clocks wcre i strikufg 0.50. This must havo.heen an instauco i of momentary obliviousness, for clocks do not i as a rule stnko at tht^number. of moments be fore the hour. 'Sunh.n mistako in a scicntific .romance ih calculat...
"The New Arcadia." AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, by the REV. HORACE F. TUCKER (George Robertson & Co., Melbourne). [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
' The JSTew Arcadia.' An Australian Stoby, by the Rev. Hobace F. Tucker (George Robertson & Co., Melbourne). TiiEnE is a growing tendency in these times to use the novel as a means of inculcating some truth or illustrating^ a, boo ial or political development. 'The Neiv Arcadia ' is the village settle: ment 'writ large.' The author is widely known as the founder of such settlements in Victoria. From preach ing and lecturing and working ener getically in the interest of Buch social movements, it is not a very far cry to illustrating their potentialities in fic tion. At once an enthusiast and an expert, the author has succeeded in avoiding the didactic and the forensic to an extent that speaks volumes for his self-restraint ; his work is conse quently not open to many of the ob jections generally urged against the story with a purpose. The book pre sents us with some life-like scenes in the Australian bush, and with sensa tions enough to satisfy the taste of the confirmed nove...
LIFE WORTH LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
LIFE WOltTII LIVING. Gkohok : ' Woll, lifo is worth living after all.' Jack : ' What's liapponed ?' Georgo : ' I wont to a railway station to see my sister off, and by Home chauco Harry ; Hansom was there to seo his sistor off, and in tho rush and noiso and confusion we got mixed, and I kissed his «dpt*H «nd ho kissed mine.' . /' . . Little Dick; Do^isn'b, going to givo mo any ^ candy. I know : it— ^ Mother : Dtdn'b I «he Bay vfihe would ?— Littlo Dick': Y*c-s, i bub shi^. said ib ]usb (ho way sister Clara i eay s u- 1^051^' when somo follor is going to .Uiaaher.Y-.,-''.,; ^ L^Pnggi;- What did yoa tell your .wifo ^fcfc^javv-gob homo so-.lajo Tuescj^ told iter _«h^.wa^^^P
"They Say." [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
'They Say.'' I That the Maitland Agricultural As sociation aro to follow the example of the Dungog Association, and appoint a committee to deal with all protests on the ground — a step in the right direction. That the Groat Northern Hardware Co. were awarded a gold medal for their marquee and extra exhibits at int! luw itxui Li itiici enow. That two prospecting parties are out in tho mountains near Wangat. That Mr Tom Carlton made a splen did master of parades at the lato show. ' That Mr F. L. Errington, painter, has just completed tho renovation of tho Dungog Presbyterian Church. He also painted the buildings on the show ground in a very creditablo mannor. That the consecration of the Masonic Lodaie at Dnngog on May 24th will bo an interesting event. That Mr W. Harman intends to try his hand at constructing a machine that will save the gold from the beach sand. That he has explained his idea to us, and we believe it will prove a good cne, and should save 95 per cent of tho gold. Th...
EARLY ATLANTIC STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
EARLY ATLANTIC ? . STEAMERS. It was in 183D that the success attending Wilcox and Anderson's now ontorpriso to tho Peninsula led tho admiralty to seek for tenders for carrying tho mails across the Atlantic. Tho circular .foil into the hand' of Samuol Cunartl, then iho 'East Indi. Company's agent at Halifax/whosince 181/ had becn carryiug tho mails (it his own ris» v? betwopn 'Boston, NowfounUlau'd, and Bo-«» muda. This new transatlantic mail-.carryini» was but a development rf his old businese and to enter oh ib ho wanted capital, and sr. ' he camO to Loiidon., 'MelvHl/tlio secretari of tho East India Company,' sent him to Robert NapiOr,' tho Clydeongineer, whohnd built many a good craft foi-'£hn Company, and .Napier introduced 'VAm to- George Burns;, who in^ tirrio introduced, him ti his partner, David Maclver, of Liverpool, who was anything but a eanguino man That tho way of the world is & way. of-, surprises was never bettci shown than in tho stoiy- of the Cunard Line. / ...
ARE WOMEN BRAVE? [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 11 May 1894
AUE WOMEN* BRAVE? T ' TiiKvquostion has; blmo.^ out of nuinliGf . : boon rniced, whothor tho palm, for Mu v ? highoi' dejjreoof coumgo »houl-l bo awavdec to tlio mnlo oi to tho female «ox. Tins is a cpiostion which- onnnot. bo nn?wored off baud ; for if wo take a number of iti3bunce»' ? in whioh courago ImH heeii fihoNyn, wo . fine - ' V on analysts tuat j hoy tdi Iter. :-widoly' in tlio r ? v ? . ^ attributes. Broadly Aponktngv wolfind two'- ' ? : v / v-j::rv :distmcb typoa of ^courago— 'phyaicnl- nnd i -..I. : / .-« i ntornl r, which aro, ho wovor, frequently ; blended in varying pioportions. 'By ^thf^ -?I i former ib* moant- .bho courngo of a 'lion, ???-..?.« . ?? i whoso . natural uiHtinct loads hint, to rusl ; .??.??A. i upon :1ns fooa by ; tho hittoiv' that of ».^fl| , ? porfimi A\h') fully realiscH the risks ho wvil)^^H v i run, or tho trnuhlo he .wilh brmg'upon hnn-^^H ? self (thc^ word. is. .need ; goiicricillly, and^^H' upplicH equally to \vo»ron). and 'yot pcr--l^^5 - for...