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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 May 1894

Tlie only PftjMjrpublitilitil in tho Dunn am Eloclornto. An . excellent AL)VliltTl&MSG ? 31 E D I U JI Onstiul Advertiauuionls Per Inch ... ... ... Every subsequent inch l/(i Special Lorn Quotations Jor Standing Advertisements

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 May 1894

rUBT.IBltKD EVEI1Y TUEsn.jy \nd friday . Hfjruiii '/I. AND CONTAINS La test Telegraphic, Commercial j Local General News. TEK11S (in Ailvimco; Quarter ? . 6a 3yr Year ? ? ? 20s I

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 May 1894

ABB GtTABANTBBDTO OIVB KVJJBY 8 ATI8PACTIDK OTHEIIWIBK WILL DB EX01IANQBD. 813 George-St., Sydney. (Opposite Eailway Station) ( Tho unrivalled Kbykbsb ') 2Qfi. yWatch. A Strong* Soli- - 20s. ( able. Olioap fatch. ) . t TCnglish Lever, full-jowollod, com . £2 3 OS. 3 pmisation balance, 2 years' t guaranteo. . * i f My unequalled English Tjovor, £3 lGs.jfuU covcrcd cap, patent action, ^ ( 3 years1 guarantee. ?, '(My special Key or Keyless English £4 y Lovor, compensation balance, patont ( action, 3 years guarantee : f Firet-claiBKoy or Koylew English £4 10s. } Lever, full covered cap, patont, ( hand finished. 4 years' guaranteo. f First-class Key or Kcjlcsa English . i»e; V ? Lover, compensation balanco, full* j covered cap, hand finished, 6 years' A guarantee. . - V . /Tho ACME- English Levor, full chro T o J nomeler balance, adjusted, 15 ruby 5 jewols, a correot timekeeper, 6 years ( guaranteo. Ely-back; Minute CHUONOGBArHS , £8 8s. Tho SPOKT8MAN, £10 10s. Six Tean1 guarantee. Highl...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 May 1894

THOS: BAKER, Practical Tailor, Dowiiiig-sln'ct, DUNOOG. BEGS to return thanks to his niinuroup eustomors for Hi sir past support, and urimc* bv plrict attontion to business, to merit * a continuance of their patronage. in ore is no need to send away for Clothes wnunthey cun bo uiade as Cheap and as Good in tho town. A Perfect Pit Guaranteed. ? My Tweeds, Cloth?, Docpkins, Series, Llamas, Buckskins, , Worsted a-d Beavei touting?,, ' - Bedford and Mandhoster Cords, i - Hnir Lines, 'Etc. : Aro all -if tho. Best Materials to pick from, ?v :' and woll shrunk beforo making up. SUb The W.E.S.N. Co. (LIMITED), , CLARENCE TOWN, :^v.; The; Company's Steamer Cooreei I- eaves Clarence Town with Passengers and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 a.m., and- Newcastle on TUESDAYS, ? THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS ?at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. R. LYALL, ? . ' _ Secretary. J. A. JONES, -FAMILY BUTCHJLR Dtuieog. iN taking this opportunity to thank tho publio for past support, -wishes ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Progressive Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

Progressive. W Oman. - Tall maidens^are - a phenom : enon of modern times in Amer ica and England; At the . sea beach, at balls and at church, wherever the young people be longing to families in easy cir cumstances congregate, the: . young women seem - to have taken inches to themselves by comparison with their mothers and grandmothers when the latter were young. .The men do not appear to have made the same advance in height,, although it is often -said that the average . modern man, judged by the .clothes and armor of bygone centuries, is consider ably larger in every way. The size of women is, perhaps, re lftted to this ' alleged increase of the meii in bulk and height, but a .more reasonable guess (says the New York Times) is the improvement which . has taken place during the present century in -the care for female children With respect to sun shine, food, and fresh air. Along with saner views of health has gone, a gradual pushing - back of the average age 'for marriage from the ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

f fpl IMCOTUat. '*7^iC3'tOX-iSEl,. -': . A BOARDING SOHOOL FOR BOYS. t QPECIAL ATTENTION i» paid to Writ KJ ; ing, Spoiling, Composition, and - Arith metic. All boys learn drill and dancing , Terms inolusivo of wnoliing, tnonding, oto., £1 Is lis a quarter 0 Pnpils passed Junior Examination, .1890 12 Fusils passed Junior Examination, 1891' ! 22 pupils passed Junior Examination, 1892 , Soliool RB-orENS JAN. 15th, 1894 1 li.G.RIENXTS, Principal. -, kAVE YOU -A PIANO! Then buy a pieoo of New Music. * SEND Id STAMPS. ' SXtisIo .toy 3Post. !| . PIANOFORTE MUSiq. Now Sheot Musio and New Edition. Post froo at Marked Pricos. Barn Dance, by Judo ... 1 6 (Iho newest and boat to dance to.) Castle Gate, Mazurka ... 2 0 . Old Folks at Homo, Transcription 2 0 Fairy Waltz (very popular) ... 2 0* Komembor Me No Mare, Waltz 2 0 Stephanie Gavotto ... 1 6 Homo Sweot Home, with variations .2 0 Tho Banjo (characteristic pieco) \ 2 0 Swinging Waltz (vooal) ... 2 0 Battling Polka ... 2 0 Grand March (Blak...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

IOST, between Commercial Bank 1 and Clarenco T\vpjijady's long, diglit-i o'ored FUR Any per son forwarding it to jMns. MoNno, Dunyog, will he rew^dnd. - N O 'l/l \li AS P EC I.uXu: l'I N O V £ Com. mittee A t-io Farmer'sVUnion will be ht-ld Xi the School of AVb, on SATUItD^r, 26th inst. All mlmbers are reque^d to attend. % Business very Important. \ / T. D. HUTCHISON, ?' . Hon. Sec. Notic^^ A SPECIVL pETING of tho Licei^iny Court for the Licensing District T^fDungog, for the Renewal of Licenpil^vill be holden at the Court Houj®, Dul*gog, on FRI DAYS he 15th #[JNE, lSSkk at- 11 am' | lIAhBiY S. BINGLE^ /Clerk tathe Licensing Court. Cyirt Houm, Dimgog, ^lSth M^y, 1894. ? . v Public Nolijee. ON. FRIDAY the lStl^fuNE Next Jjhe Police\Magis^ato will sit in opemCourt, at thftCa^rt House, Dun gogjjr for the purna^o of revising tbe supplementary Lfat\in connection with the Electoral Rolls far the Electorate of 'Durham in pursuance of the pro visions o£/fSbe Act 56 -^ct. No 38. HARRY S. BING...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Selling His Own Daughter [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

Selling His OwnDaughter I A very extraordinary case of afathor selling his daughter was heard on 4th March boforo the Durham (England) mat-i*trnte8, which goes to prove that while millions are Rpent upon convert ing the heathgn, thore is much yet to 'o done iti- extending' Christianity among some of tho people of tho Brit Mi ['lands. A miner nnined Henry Cadmnn was charged with criminal as eault on his Servant girl named Sbnw. The latter, in cross-examination, said she had been Bold Jto tho accused by linr father, a whitesmith at Dlidley. Thore were five other children besides hcrielf, nnd at last Whitsunlile, wlinli Cadman. was at Dudley, her father en tered into an agreement with him to tako her. The agreement, which was read ir. court, was as follows: — I give my daughter into tho care of your hands, to feed and clothe her in tho proper manner. If not suited in one month, return my daughter to mo snine as she went, to work for her living. I give you my daughter.. I sell you my da...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dibbs at Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

Dibbs at Tamworth, Sir George Dibbs was accorded a splendid reception at Tamworth, on Monday -Speaking of our land laws, he poin ted out that. one of the first things the next parliament would have todo would be to bring in AN AMENDED Iii»D LAW, to do justice to all classen by doing awav with fraud in every shape and form which had existed in the past lie could claim that the present Government had dono its duty and Berved the country well, and might, j therefore, expect a good reception at ! the bauds of any constituency. He dwelt upon tho difficulties they had to contend with on taking office, and pending that their predecessors had left them a LEGACY OF OBLIOA.TIONS to meet, amounting to no less than £4,000,000. They met those liabilities, arid the result of their financial ad ministration was such as to completely restore the credit of tho colony. There was money m.w available for public works. The Govermnei t saw the diffi culties which were before them, and they had the brains...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sin of Meanness. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

The Sin of Meanness. ? 'The 'champion among the crimes not yet on the statute book is Meanness. This contemptible failing ib a very comc-on one, not merely in times of . depression, arid is mistaken by the sufforer himself, curiously enough, for 'one of^ the common virtues called thrift. The. failing, or really tbe doadly, soul-destroying. vice of mean ness, is one which warps and shrivels . the nobler feelines of our nature, and is inheront in some dispositions, as wo observe in nature both poor and gene rous soils. Thus the niean-natured ; individual is. detested by his mates at school, and is held in contemptuous aversion by his contempoiariesin after life. He. fails in his. wooing; for women would sooner share the lot of V a reckless spendthrift, or even dissipa ? ' tod man, who bad gleams of agenerouB spirit, than take to their hearts a miserablo wretch who crept through life denying himself and others the ' legitimate j.-ys of life, in order to ac cumulate a' little pelf. Tho ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Daring Burglary at Young [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

Daring Burglary at Young . A daring burglary.' was' committed hobyeen Saturdiiy iiii-ht nnd early on Siinday' iiiorniiig, tho 'A rguV' office being ransacked and tho safe carried bodily off. It was conveyed to a vacant pii Co of iirouiid near, the drill hall, whoiv it was broken open with a. sledge-hammer nno enwi. ine in dications show th'at nt least two men: wcro engaged in the work, as two. poles wMch had appar' ntly been used to carry the safe wt-re found near at .band. Tho safe contained two cash boxes, in one of which was £5, ns well as some vrfluable: papers. Tj»o' cash was abstracted, but the documents, which had been scattered abrut, were recovered. The contents of tho other cash box were not precisely, known, hut. it is belioved there were a few shillings in it. The safe door was not locked, but the thieves apparently did not know this, and at considerable trouble burst it open. The police are investigating the affeir. -

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

The Political Situation. Although it ia very evident that the promised dissolution of Parliament ia not going to take place this month, there are indications of the beginning of the end. During the past week quite a number of the leaders of po litical parties have addressed either their own or somebody else's constitu ents, and the noise of the buckling on of armour and sharpening of weapons for the impending fray is heard all around us. Sir Henry is perpetually pouring forth oratorical floods, so it is scarcely necessary: to say that he has been at it again during the past week ; but to have the Premier opening the ball at Tamworth, two Ministers of the Crown touring and speechifying in the north and weBt-, and the leader of the Opposition delivering his indignant soul at Penrith, looks like business. To say that it will be a relief to the country to get the elections over, is putting the matter very mildly. Whatever mny be the outcome of the election in regard to party politics, t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gold in Ocean Water. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

Gold in Ocean Water. The waters of the ocean contain gold. In-lS51, Malaguti and Du rocher determined the occurrence of silver, but did not extend their in quiries into the question of the pre sence of gold in sea water. This fact was first accurately, determined by Sonstadt in 1872. His experiments were not quantitative, but he stated, in parenthesis, that the amount was ' certainly less than one gram in the ton.' More recently, however, Munster found an average of five milligrammes per ton. In en d favoring to arrive at an approximate estimate, it must be remembered that local conditions, such as the tempera ture of the water, will affect the amount in solution. Sonstadt's re searches were made with water ob tained near Ramsey, in- the Isle of Man, while Munster got his from the Kristiana Fjord. In each case the sea water was that of a northern lati tude. In warmer regions it is prob able that precipitation, due to the pre sence, of putrescent organic matter, may diminish the amou...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

Local and General. New Find at Moxkehai.-Oii Tues day, Mr P. J. Lang worthy came to town and exhibited a fine sample of gold obtained, he states, from a lurge lode composed of decomposed sand ftone. lie has pegged out a claim 011 the reef, and seems very sanguine of having struck an exceptionally rich thing. The lode was discovered by young Thomas Giddcy, his mate, and it is thought it extends through seve ral leases already taken up. The stone which carries the gold can be crumbled up in one's hand, and should itloe as rich as anticipated by Mr Langworthy, it will prove a very, valuable property. Kooky Him,. — Messrs Redman, Moylan,' Hampton & party, who have a leaso on the Rocky Hill estate, are busy at work clearing out the old shaft1 sunk on the reef there some 20 -vvears ago. There are two reefs run-; in'& almost parallel 011 the lease, and the looks very much liko that; obtaineib'-at Cherry Tree. Wo under-i stand that'ta soon as possible eight on ten tons wrtl ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

Official Correspondence. We have received the following of ficial correspondence. from H. H. Brown, Esq., M.P., which we publish for the information of our readers : — PuHic Works Depaxtmerit, , Sydney, 15th May, 1891. 'Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 24th ult , on tho subject of the road ri'om isanaon urove tq w aug.it, I am directed by tho Secretary for Public Works to inform you that the deviation in this road at Tighe'e Hill is now being dealt with. It has, how over, been found necessary to refer the matter again to the local officer, for further information bofore invit ing tenders for tho work required. I am to add that the river crossings on this road to which you referred are being attended to. — I have tho honor to be, etc., J- Barling, Under Stcrelary. . Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, lltli May, 1894. Sir, — I am directed to acquaint you that the Minister for Public Instruc tion has accepted the tender of Mr. Henry Landers for additions and re pairs ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

LatestlNews. [.By Telegraph.! SYDNEY, Thursday. Tho Young branch of the Shearers' Union want Parliament to be shut up, asserting that unless the elections take place within 3 months, 75 per cent, of the shearers will be away from tbeir electorates. . By eighteen to nine the Legislative' | Council last night rejected tho clause Electoral Act Amendment Bill - pro 1 viding for tbe roll transferred to elec tors who bad moved from one elector ate to another. ? A meeting of tho Central Executive Labor Electoral League was held last night,' and rejected the pledge sub mitted by the Parliamentary labour party. The Crown Lands Act of 1889, dec laratory of the Tamworth water supply bills has been taken through the Com mittee. Alluvial gold is being obtained, at 'Billy's Lookout', 25 miles from Wyalong. ' Cread and Lemon have been com mitted for trial tor uttering and for giDg tram tickets. The application for re-hearing the will case, Biadford versus Curator, has been refused. Private financi...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

- 'to the Editor. Sir-My nalne having been montioned in your paper in reference to the Bar ..rington church and scho'ol lands, I de sire to place the matter before the public in its true light, as far as I am concerned. For several years I liavo beejri endeavoring to obtain a redress _of/che wrongs under which tho tenants |SjfiSer, and before the present Ministry Rme into power I had a public pro mise,— as the records of ''Hansard' j Mr Carruthers,. that a bill would be . I !? introduced amending t lie present law. I I have referred to the matter several times in the Assembly since theil, lint, ? with no good result ; once, just .before the close of last session, I gave notice of adjournment for the purpose of dealing with this matter in the Aseem ? bly,' but, I was forestalled by another motion, and then, on the promise of the Minister to give it immediate at tention I allowed, it to stand over j again. j Although repeatedly urged to take j - Borne steps, not only by my own con ? j...

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 — 25 May 1894

; PATERSON &.GRESF011D; ' ? F. G- Brooker'sIIepoiit. House and landed - property, ag ricultural. farms are enquirod for, either to rent or purchase. Fat Cattle.— A few yarded on the 18th inst, but owing to' excessive; re serves asked by vendora several were passed in. I have sold for J. Beattie, 3 bullocks nt -£3 ; Ed- Kelehear, 'cows at £2 : G. Harris, steers at £1 17s to £2 2s. .. ? Springers. — Demand active, for good cows, and satisfactory prices obtain able. I have sold for R. B. Boydell, 1 heifer at £3 18S, 1 at £4 8s ; 1 at £3 18s, 1 at £d 19s, 1 at £3 3s, 1 at £3 18s, 1 at £4 19s, 1 at £2 12s, 1 at £3 18s, 1 at £4 8a ; A. K. Holden, 1 at £3, 1 at £2 3s, 1 at £1 15s ; W. Jones, 1 at £2 5s, 1 at £2 19s, 1 at £1 10s ; W. Hipwell, 1 at £3 5s I at £3 ; J. Chick, 1 at £1 17s 6d ; S Grey, 1 at £3 : T. Faulkner, 5 at £1 19s 6d, Store Cattle.— Good N. S. W. bul locks are in demand, young mixed cattle of°a'gond description also command at tention. I have sold for T. Faulkner, ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

Correspondence. must bo distinit'y .understood that' wo do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinion* cioresseil by our correspondents.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894

?The only Ptiper published in ? tlio Durham ?Electorate. - ? ' An excellent ADVERTISING . M 1! 1) / V 31 . (Insunl AiIvcrtiKoiiieiit#' ? Per Inch ... ... ... af Every Bubecquont Inch 2/0 : Special Zotv Quotations /or ? : Standing Advertisement? *

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