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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
ABB aVAllA'NTBK§TOaiVBBVERY8AT18BAOTiqK OTIIBUWIflB WltL BE.ixOHANGBD,' 813 George-St., Sydney, (OrroBiTB Railway Station) * ;? C Tho unrivr.iied Kbtltsss ') 20fi. 5 Watoh. A Strong, Koli- - 20s. ( ablo, Cheap 'vatch. j *' TCnglish Lever, ftill«jowellcd, com £2 l OS. 3 nmisation balance, 2 years* C gtiarantoe. /My unequalled English Lover, £3 ICS. ] full covered cap, patent action, C 3 years* guarantee. f Mv special Key or IteyleeB English £4 } Lever, compensation balanco, patent ( notion, 3 years guarantee C First-class Key or Keyless English v £4 10S.''«- Lever, full covered cap, patent, C hqmd finished. 4 years' guarantee. /First-class Koy ? oi* Keyless English ne i Lever, compensation balivnico, full* ) covered cap, hand finished, 5 years' C guwranteo. . - ? (Tho ACME English Lever, full cliro T q \ nomeler balance, adjusted, 15 ruby 1 jewels, a correct timekeoper, 6 yeafs ? (guarantee. Flv-baclc Minute CH'R01sT0GRAPBS £8 8s. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Six ; fears1 guarantee. Highl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
THOS. BAKER Pra ctical T ailo Dowling-Btreet, DUNGOG. BEGS to return thanks to bis numn customer/* for th air past support, truBta by strict attention to business, to m [ a continuance of thoir patronago. I'oerc is no need to send away for Clot | wjienthey cap be node as Cheap and Good in tho town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Tweeds, Cloths, Doeskins, Serges, Llamas, Buckskins, . Worsted a*d Bcavei Coatings, Bedford and Mancheetor Cords, ..... Hair Lines, Etc. ' Arc all of tho Best Material* to piok frc . . and woll shrunk beforo making up. Tlie W.R.S.K Co - (LIMITED), CLARENCE TO WS The Company's Steamer Coorei eaves Clarence Town with Passengei . atod Cargo on ? MONDAYS, WEI rv. NESDATS, and FRIDAYS at 9.3 a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS ' - 'THURSDAYS, and SATURDAY at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. R. LYALL, , ^ Secretary. 111:^3® J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTCHfiK, DtuiKOg'. TN' taking this opportunity to tbank tht I pnblic for past support, wishes to inform : ? Inhabitants of DUNG...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
The chief want of Wyalong is said toibe thoinvestmeut of capital. Muny ;-i minors have good claims but no capi- ' la). v ; Geiitaini.y the best inodicinn known it Sander! and Sons' Iinculypti Extract. Tos, its ominontly powerful ettccta . in coughs. - ? colds; induonKa — tho relief is instantaneous, In. serious eases, and accidents of all kinds, bo-thoy woundB, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it is tnosatest remedy — no swelling, qo in( amatior. Like surprising efleets produ- ed in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inllamination of the lungs, swellings, etc. ; diarrhoea, dys y, disea .s of t'le kidneys . and urinary organs. In use nt hospitals and medical clinics all over the -globe; pa roaisod by II.is Majesty the Km-r of Italy; crowned with medal and diploma at Inter- ? national Exhibition, Ams.erdam. Trust in this approved artie'e, aud reject all othors. - *
Church Services. MAY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
Church Services. may. Cnunon op EkotAiiD - Sunday 27th — Dungog 8, H C , 10 30 1 and 7 ; Bendolba 3 , Glen Wil- -i, linm 3 , Clarence Town 7 * ! v ^ ' J.YOSPKK, „ Inocmdent. Presbyterian. Sabbath 27th — Dungog 1030, Mr .F- -'-5; A. Hooke, 7, Mr G. A. Mack ay ; Monkerai 11, Mr G. A Mackay ; ' Telleghorry 10.30, Booral 3, Stroud 7, Rev. D Baird REV. D. BAIRD. West, ryan. Sunday- 27tbi— Dungog 10.30, Rev.- It. -J Middleton, 7, Rev. F. Dixon ; -Ban don Grove 3, Rev. F. Dixon ; , Chichester 10.30 (Sacramept), Rov F. Dixon , REV. F.DIXON. ' - BArrisi. M Lord's Day 27th. — Thalaba 3, Mr W -Rohert Borry, senr., 7, Pustor R. ? J. Midd'eton ; Foster! on (U.C.) ' - - .3, Pastor R. J. Middleton, R. J. Min^fyGTON,
Commercial. DUNGOG. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
? Commercial. ; III Nona . II. O. Park & Co. ropurt as follows - 1 . M1117.0 : Bnneoj, Is .Mi' Clurcneo Xowr. Is - lod ? . . 8d to . lOd doz, fulling ' ... . . CUlff, as,; . dull Biicoii, 6id ; Butter, 4d lo (id Cedar, Bourtl, 15a to IGa per lool^^ ' Ducks, 1 8 (id to 2a OJ . IFowla, is Cd to 2s 9d / Potatoes, , 4s Ud to 4a owl. ? ?? Oata, 2i ? --?'??? - -V Rccswax; Od to 8d per lb ? ' I v' llonoy, lOs.tin. (Keroaeno tins objcotionalilo Capo Barloy, 2s Cd ; Kngliih barloy, 2s Gd. ' Kdward l'ipor reports — Prices still falling m all kind:* of produ.io. r'
Sir George Dibbs' Federation Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
Sir creorge Dibbs' Federa- j tion Scheme. - Sir George Dibba unfolded his fed eration scheme dwing his address to the electors of Tamworth on Wednes day night. Ho pointed ouWihat. the constitution; as drawn up by- the Fed eration Convention would superimpose another Parliament upon the people of Australia, and would in that way add enormously to the present cost of government. That system was also founded upon a principle which would prove disastrous to the federation in times to come. The basal idea of the scheme waa the preeervation of State rights. His plan was that State rights should not b6 recognised. . There should be ouo representative of the Queen for tbe whole of A uslralia,__in stead of six ; one Parliament, instead of six Parliaments ; one public debt, instead of six ; one railway system, in stead of six ; oue tariff, instead of six ; and one set of laws i'unnitig from Cape York to Cape Howe, and from Sydney to Ooolgardie. Ho claimed- that, as the colonic were economisin...
Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
? ? Sydney Markets. ' Sydney, Thursday. . Flour — Steady. Victorian stone; from £7 ; new roller, £7 10s to i!7 -v J 15s per ton. ' Wheat — New milling — munnil, chickwheat, good whole snmplcs, ',CdiLO / 2s Gd per bus; broken samples, -28. v-.-:v ?? Maize. — Firmer. Prime dry quotfcd '~w^ from Is lOd to Is lid por bus; damaged .' -o-vSs from Is Gd. -* -Potatoes — Dull. Circular Ileftd, - £3 to £3 5s.-. Local, to £2 10s- ' ? Butter — Loweiing ; croamory ? and best brands of factory, Sd , fac- ' tory, 7d to 8d ; dairy, 5d to 6d pastry, 4d to 5d ?-?w..!. Bacon — band cured, Gd to 6Jd ; machine cured, 5d to 5Jd ; middles, 7d , to 8d. - ? - 'v-1#! Hams — Dull. Colonial, 9dto..'10d';^-. machine-cuiod, 5d to 7d p- r lb * ^ Honey— Brisk, to 3|d por lb, for ? ^''||| P^e. ' Lard— Scarce ; finely rendered in - -.,-J bladders, 4|d to 5d; bulk 3' d to 4d - -ij) perlb. ' -?% Cheese — Dull ; market glutted , best , brands of ordinary, 2d to - 3d ; second;-''' lid to 2d ; prime loaf, 3d to 3id per :...
MAITLAND. E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
-MAITLAND. E. W. Si'ARKE'a Rkpoiit. Fnt Cattle. — 'Supplies to.day- were very heavy, and although there was a very. largo attendance of the trade, -sales were not marked by ar.y par- ' ; ticular briskness, and prices show a ? i decline on last week's rates I have sold on account, ot R. mid F- Burgess, ? :? cow at £1 IGa Gd, light bullocks from £2 Is to £2 2s ; J no. Pearse, cows froin'£2 8s to £2 10s, light bullocks ~ at £2 10s ; R. Logan, cowa from £1 13s to £2 ; Wm. Marshnll,. bullocks -;.': from £2 5s to £3 7s ; W. and G. Abbott, bullocks from £2 5s to £3 6s, II. G. Hboke, light bullocks at £1 15s ; M. Scobie, bullocks from £2 5s to £2 j 15s ; Cap,tain Mavno, bullocks from : ?-'.! f £2 8s to £3 17s, cows lrom £1 5s to : . £1 18s. , ^ ' Fat Calves. — There waB a fair do tnand for prune, but medium wero , - -v.1 ^without change. j Pigs. — Supplies wore not excessive. Large bacon pigs were in demand, andAWJS'j^a sold well. Other qualities without . change. ? May 21st, 1894. v';A-
Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
Copeland. : (From our own Correspondent.) Fair progress has boen made in .the Hidden Treasure Mi 110. About 40ft. has been sunk during the last live weeks. '/The- shaft is now over 400ft; deep from the surface. Edwards & party at the Lady Bel mo ro Mine havo .procured a small pump, which the_y fitted iii. the shaft' last week. It works well, lieing much speedier and lesa labonous.than bail ing by means' of windless and bucket.
Opening of the New Long Bridge. TUESDAY, 12nd May. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
Opening of the New Long Bridge. ' (. From our] own ' Correspondent.) -Tuesday. 12nd Mav. : To-day is a-red-letter day iii the his tory of West Maitland, being the one set apart for the opening, 'by, the Min ister for Worts of the new Long Bridge. . ? The weather was not all that could be desired on an occasion of this kind, there Ijfing a strong westerly wiud .blowing, which made it unpleasannt for sight-seers The bridge is a splendid wooden structure, faithfully built, and reflects great credit en Mr McGill, the con tractor, for the works. It has been built at a total cost of £50i6' Sir Georf e Dibbs arrived by special train from Murrurundi, and was met at the railway station by the Mayor, 'Aldermen, and membere of the- De- monstration Committee. The Mayor -in a few well-chosen words, welcomed the Premier to West Maitland, nna thanked him and the Ministry for all they had done for West Maitland. A procession was formed about 4 o'clock nt the lower end of High-streot from whence it ...
Beach Mining on the Clarence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
Beach Mining on the Clarence. Speaking of the beach gold, Rev. J. Miine-Curran says that no process had been dis covered to extract it from the sand, and yet ' there were fab ulous treasures lying along the beach. From Port Stephens to the Richmond River it was calculated that there were twenty million pounds of gold in every twenty miles, and he thought the ingenuity of man would yet solve the problem of extracting the gold. In the 'Herald' of Thursday a Mr. T. C. W. Hinsch states that having had 44 years' experience in mining, he wouldN advise miners, to exercise great care before venturing to the Rich mond and Clarence.. He knows that gold does exist there, and that a fair living may be made by beach-washing - with a proper machine, but he states that too much faith must not be placed in the presence of black sand, the most of which is fine tin and is worth saving. The gold, he says, can only be saved by the use of the most improved gold saving machinery with amal gam, asit exist...
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
POLITICAL. 'Mr Hart, our present member, has not yet 'announced himself as a candidate^ for the coming election and there is some doubt in the ininds of many as to whether ho will again con teat Gloucester. So far only Messrs. McKinnori and Ellensworth have de livered addresses. Mr. R. A.. Price is expected -on , Friday. Mr . Courtney has been, expected for a long time past and from what I glean there is a warm reception awaiting him in Copelancf. . May 22nd, 1894.
COBARK. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
' CO BARIC. ; The Great Oobark G. M. po. jvill a'-ioiit Wednesday -next comploto a crushing of over 100 tons of stone. Various, other claims have hetweon them over 300 Ions to put through after the proprietors of the battery have cleaned up. A new reef has boen opened by Sixby and patty cn the Barrington river, situated between Moppi and Burneal. The reef is about 12 '.inches thick, showing very fair gold. There is several tons already at grass, which will he taken to Cobark for Ireatment as soon as the mill will be available.
Mark Twain and the Flea. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 25 May 1894
Mark Twain and the Plea. To the story he is writing in the 'Century Magazine,' Mark Twain prose mottoes and wise saws, which are supposed to be &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the composition of his hero, Pudd'nhead Wilson. In the March. number there is a trib ute such as only Mark Twain could produce to the fearless courage of the flea. 'Courage is the resistance to fear — &nbsp; &nbsp; mastery of fear, — not absence of fear. Except a creature be &nbsp; part coward it is not a compli ment to say that he is brave ; : it is merely a loose application of the word. Consider the flea ; incomparably the bravest of &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; all God's creatures, if ignorance &nbsp; of fear were courage. Whether. uyou are asleep or awalco he will vou. caring nothing for immediate , presence ? of death, and yet is no mon- afraid than; che man who walks the streets of a city that was t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894
[?] The S o it o o l. BOCoxmt Victoria. A BOARDING SOUOOLFOR BOYS. SPECIAL ATTENTION is paid to Writ ing, Spoiling, Composition, and Arith metic. All boys learn drill and dancing Torms inolusivo of washing, raonding, etc., £lls lla a quarter 9 Pnpils passed Junior Examination, 1890 12 Pujiils passod Junior Examination, 1891 22 pupils passed Junior Examination, 1892 Snhool Rk«opbn8 JAN. 15 th,' 1894 ? H.G.RIEN1TS, Principal. HAVE YOU A* PIANO! Then buy a picco of Now Music. SEND Id STAMPS. Blxisio T t»y Post. PIANOFOR1E MUSIC. Now Sheet Music and Now Edition. Post freo at Marked Prices. Barn Danoo, by Judo 1 C (Iho newest and boat to dance to.) Castle Gate, Mazurka ... '20 Old Folks at Homo, Transcription 2 0 Fairy Waltz (vory popular) ... 2 0 Rcmombor Mo No Maro, Waltz 2 0 Stepbanio Gavotto „ ... 1 6 Homo Sweet Home, with variations \2 0 Tho Banjo (characteristic pieco) . 2 0 Swinging Waltz (vocal) ... 2 0 Rattling Polka 2 o Grand March (Blakcs^ ... .-16 New Irish Quadrilles 2 0 New...
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894
Passing Hotes. 'In about a fortnight' says the Premier, '?Parliament will be pro rogued,' and after that the elections. Most people know tlmt Sir George's 1 -fortnight is likely to mean, aa close a shave aa posaible to a dissolution by effluxion of timo, but no matter, lorg as has been the lane, we are getting a glimpse of -tho turning, and politicans have to strip themselves of robes of offico and .parliamentary prerogative, and stapd side by side with ordinary mortals; to take their chance. That : the election wjll be. an eye openor to many of thein is certain. -The carpets and cushioned Beats of Macquarie* St., and the deferenci? shown to them as M's. L. A., naturally incline men to selE appreciation. It will be a Bhock to many when they find the glittering bnuble of £800 a year and legislative membership, actually gone, that they are plain Tom Browns again, but alas, - for thoir outraged feelings, when they find that an ungrateful public has not appreciated their patriotic effor...
Compulsory Paper Money. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894
Compulsory Paper ' - , Money. The proposal to return to the - : old plan of paper money and %«--.State banking brings to mind . -?? the paper money scheme of r 'Rhode Island. ' In the year- 1 77 G Rhode ^?'^Island .tried that experiment to her heart's eontcnt. The his ; - torian (McMaster's history' of ?-the People of the United States) tells us- that 'in the course of the debate which pre ceded the passage of the paper \ bill in the legislature, it was v noticed that the speakers on ? the affirmative were invariably from the country districts, and ,. the debaters on the negative as ^ -invariably from the rich sea board-towns. Newport, Provi ? dence, Bristol, Westerly, each sent up men trained in the ? great school of commerce and trade, familiar with all ques tions of finance. But no argu ment which they could advance could turn the votes of men who had come up for the ex press purpose of abolishing i- ? taxes, suspending the excise, and emitting a currency which was, in their beli...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894
Local and General. Believing Officer. — Mr D.GFraser, son of the Under Secretary for .TuBtice, has been appointed relieving officer nt the Lands office, Dungog, during Mr Binglo's absence. Wang at. — We are informed that a 6 acre lease on tho east of the W°ngn Wonrni mine, at Wancat. haB been pepged out for a Dungog syndicate. It is on tho eastern side of the river, and the Wonsa Wonga line of reef runs right through it,' with another reef running at right angles. As the Wonga Wonga has proved highly pay able, and is now boing worked at a depth of 350 feet, the new lease should prove a valuable property. A Difficult Peat. — Last week Mr. .F. A. .Tones, of Dtragog, performed the difficult feat of taking two horses from Upppr Monkerai to Whispering Gully. It occupied a considerable amount of time, and in pla es he was compelled to cut a truck through tho vinos and brushwood in order to get along. He reports that thoio aro a good many prospectors out in this di rection, nnd ho thinks s...
Wyalong Gold-Fields. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894
Wyalong crold-Fields. I Seveval important discov eries have been made at Pine hill, about two miles south of the surveyed town. Many claims north of the prospectors have been on.' gold for some time, but no good discoveries were made on the south side till recently. Good stone, how ever, is now being won on the south side. The reef ? which is ? a large one, has been proved oyer half a mile. Mr. Pittman, the Government geologist, thought highly of this reef, which is between slate and diorite. A good reef was found about one and a half miles west of the White Tank yesterday by M'Groder and party. Rich specimens have been brought to town. The reef is about 12 inches wide. Alluvial gold in payable quantities is now being ob tained on several claims . at Billy's Look-out, 25 miles from Wyalong. Taylor's shaft is now down 130ft., with better stone than any previously obtained. Allport and party, working between Taylor's and the - Mallee: Bull line, have a good reef at 90ft., estimated to...