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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday Plour — Steady. Victorian stone, from £7 ; new roller, £7 10s to £7 15s per ton. Wheat — New milling — nominal , cbickwheat, good whole samples, scarce 2s Gd per bus ; broken jsampleB, 2s. Maize. — Easier. Prime dry quoted from Is lid to 2a por bushel ; damaged from Is 8d. Potatoes — Duli. Circular Head, £3 5s per ton. Stale, from £3. Butter — Pair demand ;,, creamery and best brands of factory, 9d ; fac tory, 8d to 9d ; dairy, 6d to 8d per lb : pastry, 4d to 5d' Bacon — hand cured, 6d to G£d ; machine cure'd, 5d to 5£d ; middles, 7d to 8d. ? Hams— Dull. Colonial, 9d to lOd ; . machine-cured, 5d to 7d per lb. ? Honey— Brisk, Jo 8£d per lb, for :pure. Lard — Scarce; finely rendered;- -7n bladders, 4jd to 5d ; bulk 3sd: to'', 4d per lb. f Cheese — Dull ; market glutted ; best brands oF ordinary, 2d to 3d ; second, ljd to 2d ; prime loaf, 3d to 3jd per lb. Eggs — Firm. From 1b 2d to Is 3d por doz Poultry — Primp, \ scarce ; inferior; plentiful. Fowls fr...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Local and General. Electobax.— The following Deputy Eegistrars have been gazetted, under the New Electoral Act : — Gloucester : Bullah Delah,' J. P. Carter, post master ; Copeland, Robert P. Lefe, postmaster, North Copeland; Posteir, P. H. Aldrich, postmaster; Stroud, James D. Walker, clerk of petty se| sions. Durham : Clarence Town, Al fred C. Atkinson, postmaster; Patet ! son, John S. Brown, clerk of petty sessions. Mack ink ron Saving Gofco. — Str E. J. Whitbread, of Taree, is manu facturing a machine for saving the fine gold to be found on tho sea beach. It will consist of a long copper table, with a number of fsmall troughs feet in, to be covered with quick silver, over which the auriferous sand will be passed. Mr Mai Proll is a Wo trying his hand at something of the same kind. Both appliances will be of a simple character, and will therefore be inexpensive — and it is believed by their inventors will answer the pur pose. It is to be hoped they will, as they would supply an urg...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

P .' MAITLAND. Eclw. illiggins, Marshall & Co's re poit. — y, ' Gftttle. — Supplies, though not 1 :exccssiv£!, 'proved ample to suit trade i ?: ^equirem^utsf (- Buyers were poorly /^represent eel, demand dull, and values low; a^few prime and weighty cows sold at fitir prices. Our sales com prised—on account of A. A. Dangar, ' bull-5tik§ at £.3 12s Cd to £4 ; IT. Dixon, bullocks at £3 14s Cd, rough cows at £1 15.8 ; M. Durick, cows at £1 17s ' . Gd, light bullocks at £,3 Gs Cd to £3 8s ; - Gd ; T. Harrison, cows at £1 18s Gd; ? ' H.-Baily, rough bullocks at £2 12s to ; £2 IG35 northern agents, Scone, cows at £2 5s ; Sloaue's heifers at £1 15s. bI . Pat Calves. — Heavy supplies ; mar ij ket a shade firmer lor prime quality. O] ; Sold for Harrison, steers ,at £1 7s Gd, heifers at £1 lGs Gd, small at 19s ; Hall's at lis to £1 ; Bailey's at lGs . ?; Pat and Store Pigs. —Large supplies , and values unaltered. Sold for vari iji ous owners 57 at 5s Gd to £1 ,3s 3d. : Milch Cows. — N...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Latest INews. [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Thursday. It is expected that the boot trade difficulty wul be settled. In Tasmania advalorem duties of 10 per cent, are to he imposed on nearly all goods previously exempt and goodB paying 5 per cent. ; while a duty of 20 per cent, is levied on all other goodB. In the Legislative Council the Min ing on Private Lands Bill No. 2 was read a Becond time. At a meeting of the Central Execu tive Labour Electoral League it was agreed that if the Parliamentary La bour Party would endorse trades labour council's modified form of the pledge, all branches would be recom mended to 'adopt the pledge; of the Committee, abandoned m the proviso previously inserted. In the Legislative Assembly, the Electoral Act Amendment Bill No. 2 was read a second time and taken through its remaining stages. At a meeting of the Public Works Committee the Secretary for Eailways on behalf of the Commisioners recom mended a proposal that the railway contract to Wyalong be deferr...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Commercial. M DUNGOG H. '0. 'Park '& Qo, report »«? follow* Maizo: rungog, Is 8d j Olarcnco Town, Is lOd _ Eggs, 8d to 10(1 doz, falling , CI. ii ft, 3* ; dull : . Bacon, 5Jd - I Butter, 4d to Gd . V r Cedar, Buiu'd, 15s to lGs por 100ft. iDucMfcka -M to 2s Od FowW&Qii to2s fld PotilfiiCB/'ls Od to 4s cwt. Oats, 2« Brcpwnx, Gd to 8d per lb. Honev, 10e tin. (Kiirosono tiria objcctionablo CojroBarli}', 2s Od j Knglish t.arloy, 2a Cd. Edward Piper reports— - Maize— Market still vory low in _ price. Samples coming forward not being dry enough tJ ttore. Price— Dungcg, Is 9a Clarence Town, 2s for beft dry samples, Onts, 2-i per luiflii 1 . Honey, 7s Oil 10 10s por tin ; plentll nl. Bafli-y, (id to Ua per bualiol v.* Potiilpps, £3 lO.lIM-, .ai Chuff, £3 to £1 »very plentiful .Egg*, bought at.*Wrket r'jtes. ' * : Bacon, none offering. ' i' -' \Vax, Gd to Od ? 'Butter — ,3d to6dj plentiful. - . V Cedar, ]2s to lVs, according to .quality and ?? 7.1*0.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Tlio only Paper published v ? ? in tliO' Duiuiait Eleclorato. H An excellent ADVERTISING H 3i IS D. I V M ' I Casual Advcrtisoljiciils ? Por Inch -.. . 8k I ? Every subsequent Inch l/(- - I Special Lota. Quotations Jor , v.^H Slanging Advertisements ?

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

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Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

fcMMHiiwa WATCHES. v Kw A*H Or ABAKTIBDTO OIYH BVBBY BJLTimCTIOK OTHBBWI8B 'WILL B1 BICHANQBD. 813 George-St., Sydney. (Orroa m Baimm* 8tatio») ( The unrivalled Kmns Y 20e. ] Watch. , ;A Strang. Beli- - ? 20s. I able, Cheap '»»tch. * /i ? ? ''Knnli«hLorer, full-jewelled, oom- ? o '£2 1 OS. i pens*tion balance, 2 jean' t. guarantee. (Mr unequalled English Lever, X3 10s. } fall covered cap, patont notion, C 3 years' guarantee, YMj special Key or Kejrlesa English £4 - Lever, compensation balance, patent ( action, 3 yean guarantee ( Eirat-olaasKey orKevletaBnglisli £4 10s. \ Lever, full covered cap, patent, (hand finished. 4 yeara' guarantee. | ( Firat-clata Koy or Keyteaa Bngliah nr \ Lever, compensation balance, full 1 covered cap, nand finished, 5 years' C guarantee. ( The ACME Bngliah Lever, full ch J To J nometer balance, adjusted, 16 ru-io 1 jewels, a correct timekeeper, 6 year (guarantee. Flyback Minute CHRONOGRAPHS *8 8a. The SPORTSMAN, £10 10b. Six tears' guarantee. Highly reco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

iil THOS. BAKER, ?,;'j Practical Tailor, , ( PowJing-slrent, DUNGOG. / R12®8 10 return : thanks to bia nmnrrous . .1 II oustomors for *h air prist support, arid I trust* by strict attention to business; to merit f a cuntinuanco of their patronago. (i nerc is no;need t*- send away for Clothes ? wnuuthov can be wado as Cboap and 00 \ ^.Ujud' in-tTio town.yA' -- ? - v 'A^erfect Fit Guaranteed. ? My - Tweeds, Oiothf, ^ vj Doeskins, S^rgna, t Llnmas, Buckskins, ^ . Worsted a-d Beavei Coatings, Bedford and Manchester Cords, v-'? Hnir Lines, Etc. 1*:$ Are nil of thr Pest Materials to pick from, :v;J ? and well shrunk boforo mnking up. 7t'A . . . ? ? ? _ ? - 1 TUe W.R.S.N. Co. |( ' - (LIMITED), I CLARENCE. TO W N. ® The Company's Steamer Cooreei 'eaves' Clarence Town with Passengers S-:*i und Cargo on MONDAYS, WED -;1l NESDATS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 wjl B.m-, and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS Ml 0t 9.15 a m , until further notice. If- - 1 R. LYALL, fj§ Secretary. I' ® I ?' J...

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Miscellaneous Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

? /i Miscellaneous Pars. ? The 39 miles of the Ljtemore to the Tweed railway now constructed have cost £075,492. r , Sp-' king at Lismore, Mr Lyne .Bin--' ?:&'£ cerely regretted tliat'Mr Bruce Smith* ? ? '.J'f M.P., had determined to retire from -.^i public life for a poriod. : Tbe. Divorce pourt. An Monday granted 13 decreps nisix for divorce, v oight of the app.litatiohi boing^ba'aed ? v, on desertion. ' ' -*?' At Collingwood (Vic.) an Griped'' burglar held the licensee oi tho -lioso. - of Denmark Hotel under a revolver ? ? while three other men ransacked tho - premises. ' . Messrs. Cohen and Levy's stores at Tamworch were burned down on. V Tuesday with great loss of stock. ^ John Swindell, who escapcd from-T ' ? the Mungindi lock-up, and eluded tho . A police for two days, was retaken 'at a police cump, where he boasted of his luck and skill under the impression that he was talking to (shearers. Dr. Talmage's tomple at Brooklyn,;-^ Now York, has been destroyed by fire, th...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Selectors' Grievances. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Selectors' Grievances. Tho Minister for Lands on Wednes- \V ' day received- a deputation, consisting of Mr G. F. Hutchison, M.P., and Mr Alfrod -Wise, who presented a petition from special area selectors in the land districts of Parltes and Forbes The petitioners urged that their annual paymont of instalment and intenk. v might be made half of TVhat tliea mi. at present, . and that the peritM-i^/' which they extended be increasell from 32 to G4 years. It was submitted that since the lands wore selected matters had assumed quite a different bearing; prices for stock.. 5nd produce were much lower ; and even with favorable - l ;,j seasons the difficulties which at the- v ., present h(eset themv jilm^campOlled «?' to abandon their holdia^^^^Cope. land said ;that undeJ^^^Swii^mw'',/ -*. he could do nothing '' /It®- did not think, after gaing^niQ cillifi- lations, that tho 'exfenajpzi -of the poriod for repaym^jiti4wdu]^be,prac-'-T ticable, and as 'a w|gg.pr-$pl^ojiso£: ? 1' the present a...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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FAITH IS THE EVIDENCE OF SCRIPTURE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

FAITH IS THE EVIDENCE OF SCRIPTURE. To the Editor. Sir, — IE the evidence of things not scon, or as the Apostles expross it, is a proof of its being in existence, particularly in matters of faith; which I consider is the only true foundation for all believers in Christ, what 'other evidoncecun thore be; that is necessary to produce, that would convince any man as to tho Scripturo%,beiiic inspired. Wo read of the apostles converting thousands, not by trying to prove that the Scriptures are inspirod (that is the old Bible) but |-y the power of the gospel which is salvation to every one that beliovea. It' appears- to me from what I have read in tho columns of the paper, that one of our ministers haB been trying to rally bis audience from their lethargy by lecturing ' on 'The inspiration of the Bible' or trying to prove that tho Bible is a genuine piece'of antiquity. This sort of philosophy or scientific lecturing seems to me to be of a very doubtful disputation, and is in practice nowa...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Correspondence I f* muat bo distinctly undoratood that, we do not hold ourselves responsible fur tlio opinions cxoressoil by our oovrospouflcnts.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Cobark. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Gobark. CFrom our otan Correspondent.) Mr. R. Atkinson Price having been requested by the residents of this aDd surrounding districts to plaeoapetition (which had been prepared and con tained a large number of signatures) before the Minister for Works who has forwarded the following reply to the secretary of. the. movement: — Deportment of Public Works. Sydney, 11/5/94 Sir, 1 am directed to acknowledge tbe receipt of your letter of the 12th instant enclosing petition from tbe re sidents of Morphy and surrounding districts asking for grant of £200 for repairs to the road from Cobark road to the head of the Barrington and Morphy Rivers, and to inform you that a further communication will shortly be mado to you, this being merely an intimation that your letter has been received. — I have the honor to bo, sir, your most obodient servant, . J. Bahltno, Under Secretary. R. Atkinson Price, King Street, Sydney

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THE LAND AND THIS LANDLESS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

THE LAND AND THE LAND LESS. lo the Editor. Sir, — In some of the electioneering spoecheB with which the constituencies are becoming familiar, it has been in sisted that if tho whole of tho unem ployed were placed on the laud, we should at once become rid of tho un employed^ difficulty. But, as io the case of New Australia, theory is one thing, fact is another. To put a man 011 the land, without capital, experience, or the necessary strength, is simply to doom, him to hunger and starvation. Instead of raising the cry of 'the land for the landless,' we should rather seek to throw it into the hands of those who, either with their own capital or with the aid of capital supplied by others, can assist in increasing the means of' employment. It is more capital which is required, and the more capital we can attract to the land, the larger will be the a-nount of labor em ployed. Our land legislation. should have for its object tbe encouragement of those who can utilise the land to the best a...

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Monkerai [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Monkerai 1 On Tuesday last a representative of tho Chroniclo paid a visit to tho Mon kerai, in order to inspect the different clainls in that locality. The road to the field, of which such terrible ac counts have been giver., was fairly good, the bridle track over the moun tain being in splendid repair. TI19 worst piece of road is between the crossing at Main Creek and Mrs. Cox's residonce. It is a scries of mud holes of varying size and depth, and it is a great pity a little money is not granted to form and repair this road. It took three hours and a quarter to reach our destination. As we approached the homestaad of Mr. R. Mclnnes it could be seen by the various tents scattered about' that there were a good many people on the field. At one tent we observed a woman and several children. who no doubt have thrown in their lot with the Monkeraites. After partaking of an excellent dinner at 'Mrs. Mclnues', we proceeded to the scene of operations. At the river, opposite the residence of...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Official Correspondence. We have been requested by the member for the district, H. H.Brown, Esq., |to publish the following official correspondence, addressed to him from the Departments Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, | Sydney, 9th May, 1894. | Sir, — Referring to tho petition presented by you on the 5th instant, signed by Messrs Stophon Duggan, W.Edwards, W. Russell and others, residents of Undorbank pray ing for an alteration in tbe timo table of the mail service between Bendolba and Underbank, I am directed to inform you that it haB been decided to despatch mails from Underbank at 11.30 a.m. instead of 2.30 p.m., arriving at Bendolba at 1.30 p.m. instead of 4.30 p.m., as -desired by the memorialists on trial. — This alteration will commence on and from the 24th instant. — I have the honor to be, &c., S. H. Laiibton. Deputy Postmaster General. Public W orks Department, Sydney, May 8th, 1894. Sir,— With reforenco to that portion of your lotto...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Celestial Customs. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Celestial Customs. . ? Last Monday a Chinaman was seen limping alopg by the aid of a stout stick in the direction of the Redfern Railway Station. PoBsibly he was en route for Rookwood in order to select a 6 x 2 lot where he could settle dOwn until the Great Yellow Dragon ap pears in the sky and calls upon every man- to step up and give an account of his stewardship, for the Chow who halts in his walk soon findB a halt in his existence also. No one ever sees a deformed or crippled Chinaman cum bering the earth very long. The straight line is tho Chinese ideal of beauty and when a Chow departs from that he speedily departs 'from this world as well. When a deformed Chinkie is born he is compelled to per form the oystor act — that is to say he opens and shuts on tho same day. When an adult heathen is crippled he is generally wiped out also. No one knows exactly how it is done,- but the general impression is that ho is in duced to fall into a waterhole — and stay there. Hanging is, perha...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' - — AND — Be Happ)\ S. E. SELIG, Practical Watch.- and? Clock Maker, Jeweller Optician, etc., DOWLING STREET, DUNGOG. To- the Inhabitants ? of Dungog \ and 1 Surrounding Dis* ' c, TT AVIXG been induced to start in your xlistriet;J beg to oflor you first'olass work, 'it nil eincerclvhopc thatjou will put roniso 10c, so ns-to keep u-iirsl'duss tradesman in tho district;: jX know ns a rule, &ftor the public Imvo liud tlieir wntohcs and jowollory botched :bj.-eo-t'ftlled watclmmkorsi . that thev arcdubious. about giving thoirwork to others. -but you can eafely^ bring your witohcB and jewellery tomojind get them wellnnd sktlfully repaired Iho work ill bo dono punctually and also guaranteed I also intend periodically vifciting the diflercnt towns around 'Dungog, .and any Avotfc.you nmy havo you can stive for «nio» and lUvill bn returned tho following trip 'in pood order. I '.keep a wcll-asported atoek ? of '.Watches, Clonks and Jewellery, Spectacles, &...

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Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Cottage Hospital. I A meeting of the Cottage Hospital Committee was hold at tlio hospital on Wednesday last at 4 p.m. There were present— Messrs. II. C. Dark, tho vice president, (ia the chair), T. D. Hut chison, S. B, Day, Rev. F. Dixon, and Rev. D. Bairdt Hon. Sec. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. 8.. B. Day, Treasurer, reported that be had re ceived the £300 from the Government for furnishing, and the 'purchase of surgical instruments, and also that I10 had attended to tho matter of tho In surance of the Hospital, and bad ob tained a reduction. A memorandum was received from the Health Department pointing out an apparent mistake in n no of the items of the annual report. The Se cretary was instructed in returning the communication to tbe Health De partment, to reply stating the Com mittee can seo no error, nnless it be to add tho item for interest, namely, £4 4s (5d to tbe amount already givon under this heading which has been done accordingly. A letter wa...

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