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Latest News. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Latest INews. [By Telegraph.! Sydney, Monday. A petition bearing 20,000 sigaatures, for the reprieve of Montgomery and Williams will be presented to-day by Cardinal Moran and others. Operative bakers have decided to continue to boycott against the em ployers of non-union labour. A petition' will be presented from mothers for the commutation of the sentence on the condemned man Wil liams, nnd also one from various ministers of religion. The V'ctoriati fishermen complain that notwithstanding the high price realized by dealers for fish the fisher men cannot obtain a living, the middle men absorbing the whole. Sir Henry Parkes completed his 79th birthday yesterday. Numerous presents were received by him. More rain has fallen at Coolgardie, the dry season appears to be. broken, and all roads are now open for traffic. It is reported that a white man was killed and eaten by blacks in the vi cinity of Ninety Mile, in the Cool gardie district. The Wilberforce villiage settlers are applying t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Tenders/ TENDERS willNbe revived . bjj tho undersigned u\ t« FltlDiA Y NEXT, at 3 p.m., fgXthe erectiln of Fences f^r ProterfiiV of ll'rei in School Ground.' /Pull pfertijmlarT. on application. / \ ? ^ J. PI LSI! IE, : Principal. Ladies' School. ? ? -_ T il E MISSE*! ^LDRICII and McMATH. wiall to inform the in habitants of this rtnrj surrounding dis tricts, that theyi intend OPENING a LADIES' SCIlt)(f-L ill DUNGOG, after the Midwinter ^Vacation. Parents wishing to send.thejr children are re quested to notify tlio same jib early as possible to either 'of the above, who will.be glad to furnish terms and give all partioulars. [ * -?'? - Auction Sales. ^ To Stud Masters, Racing Men, rand Others. SATURDAY, 2np JUNE, 1894. Jolm ilobson HAS received: instructions from H.' ' J. Sii^li to Jell by auction at his yards on Si^CURi)/.Y, the 2nd June, 1894, at 2 o'cWki/ - The Creamy f^jMfon, SULTAN, by Crnsador, Mini Boca wing, by Saladin, fjwi a Ponto mare, Criisad or, 1»- Aord of Lynn. Suitan i...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Masonic. I The Consecration of Lodgo Hiram, No. 213, Dungog, and tho initiation of officers took placo on Thursday last. Tho Lodgo room is situated at Messrs. Skillon WalkorV store building, and is boautifully furnished, tho whole of tho furnitnro hnvinrr Vienn manufac tured by that firm. Tho consecration ceremony was conducted by Grand Lodge Officer, Bro. D. Dobie, I.W., assisted by. Grand Lodge O Ulcer, Bro.' Whysall, D.O., ably assisted by Breth ren, from Newcastle, Maitland, ; and Stroud. : The ceremony was a most solemn, impressive, and effective one,, and is likely to leave a lasting impreasion on those who witnessed it. Amortgst the visiting brethren were: — Bro J. Patey, W. M., Lodge Harmony j Bro. ,T Stapleton, W.* M., Lodge Fidelity; Bro. Dr. .Ffrilay, W. M., Lodge Stroud; Bro. G. L. Andrews, P. W. M., Lodge Stroud ; Bro. J. Campbell, W. M., Lodge Carrington; Bro. G. Sexton, P. W. M ., Lodge Harmony; Bro. R. Sharp, P. W. M ; Lodge Star of the East ; Bros. E. Blair, F. W. B...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Mr. Gladstone's Sight. London, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Mr. Gladstone's Sight. London, May24. Mr. Gladstone to-day underwent an operation for. the cataract which was forming oyer his right eye, and seriously affected bis 'sight. The deli cate operation was performed with the greatest success by three specialists, and the condition of the right hon. gentleman is at present eminently satisfactory. The operation was performed with out the administration of any an esthetic, nnd Mr. Gladstone displayed great courage during tbo process of re moving the growth. The operation will necessitate Mr. Gladstone's total seclusion for some days, and ho has retired to a darkened room in order to give his eyes all the rest necessary to ensure success ful results from the operation. So far no unfavorable developments have manifested tlemselvos, and there is not the least Itrace of inflammation . in the affected eye, nor ia there any sign of fever. Mrs. Gladstone ia personally attend ing to the wants of her. husband, and intends to nurse him during his en ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Correspondence..,] ? f* .mint bo distinctly understood that wo do not hold ourselves responsible for tho opinions oxoressed by our corro^pondonts.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Leap in the Dark. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

A Leap in the Dark. The greatest leap in tho dark ever made by horsr and rider, from which tho latter survived to toll tho tale, was that made by a young officer, afterwards known as Major General W. York Moore. It took place on a dark Juno night in 1848, at the Island of St. Dominaca, in the West Indies. Moore, who commanded the troops on the Island as Colonel lost his way in the dark. He came to several little objoctsrim perceptible to him, which lie forced his horse to surmount. At last something, which bis horse greatly dreaded to face, was in -his onward route. The soldier after several vain attempts to persuade his horse to pro ceed (aa tho Colonel thought) straight towards home, ultimately put the ani mar at almost full speed, violently spurring his sides the while. The horse violently jumped into the air, dealing what proved to bo a little low ledge, to drop 237 feet perpendicular height upon the rocks by the seaside. As if to support the theory that whon a man sits properly...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 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 — 29 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 — 29 May 1894

' V IBBOnAnANTBKDTOOXVHBVUnYBATIBrAOTIOJI ,'?.'.'-? OTllRKWiai: WILT. BE EXOIIANOI1D. . 813 George-St., Sydney.] ? (OrrosiTE Railway Station) ? , -. ( ' Tt.o 'unrivsiicrt Keylbsb y _? 20£. vV/atoh; A Strong. Boh- - ZUS. 6 nblo, Clicnp 'atcli. J /' Knj-lisli Lover, f ull-'jowolled, com £ 2 J Os. 3 pnnsation balance, 2 .years ' cuarnntco. _ ? r SI( imrnuallcd Enehsh Lover, £3 10s. ^5 full covered cap, patont action, ( 3 yearn' guaronteo. ?: CMy special Key or Itoylces English - £4; \ Lovor, compensation balance, patent ( notion, 3 years guarantee^ - (First-clnaBKey orKoylesBEnglish £4 1 OS. \ lever, full covered cap, patont, (. hand finished. 4 years' guarantee. ( First-clasB Key , or Keyless English pe i Lever, compensation balanco, full : *,P 1 covered cap, hand finished, 5 years C guarantee. ' .. . /Tho ACME English Tever, full chro T q S nonictcr balanco, adjusted, 15 ruby J jewels, ft correct timekeoper, 6 yours Flvback0' Minute . CHRONOGRAPHS i'8 8s. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Six ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

THOS. BAKERv Practical Tailor, Dowling-strcet, DUNGOG. BEGS to return thanks to his numerous customers for ' th sir past support, and i-rusca by strict attention to business, to merit a ountinuuneo of their patronage. rnere is no need to oend away for Clothes wnenthey can bo made as Cheap and as ttoud in tho town. ' : ? ' ? . . A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. I '. My Tweeds, Cloths, j J Docskma, Serges, -* Llamas, Buckskins, - ? Worsted a -d Beavci Coatings, . . , Bodford arid Xnnchcetor Cords, . S&jf ' ? ' ? Hair Lines, Etc. Aro all of tho Best Materials to pick ffom, and well shrunk before making up. . | The W.R.S.N. 'Co. H ' . (LIMITED),; ' — ' || CLARENCE TOWN. ^Sji : . ; The -Company's Steamer Cooreei i§| ? eavea Clarence Town with Passengers aa ? and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED - NESD AYS, and EEIDATS at 9.30 fl§s§ ' a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, 3gjf THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.m., until furtber notice. || , R. LYALL, SB - ' Secretary. | ' I J. A. JONES, f| FAMILY BUTCH...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Cremation in England. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Cremation in England. | Tho jninual report, of tho eruncil of the 'Cremation Society of England; which appeared.. nho. other, duy, 'p- penied doliuhlful in tone. No fewer tliarr 101. bodies ' were ? ciomated nt ,Woliinc during tho twelvemonth, and .this, with the thirty bodien burnt at Manchester in. the siuno. period, gives a total .of 1£1 aa against a total ot 107 j in, 18S«.:,i The'appointineOt.of a select committee of tho House: of Commons to enquire into the .existing law for the disposal of. tiio dund hatf turned '. out (says the^ Wrisminstcr Gazette), a good j ?tiling .for. the cremationists, as the fol lowing extract from their j-ejiorts shows ' Your committee .are of opinion that with the precautions adopted in connection with creii ation as carried out by the Cromation So ciety there is little, probability .that cases of crime would escape detection, but inasmuch as these precautions are purely voluntary, your committee con sider that in the interests of public safety such...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A New Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

A New Fodder. - I The ' Courier AAistralian ' in a re cent number gives prominenco to a dt scription of the remarkable qualities ;poBsessed by a . valuable leguminous plant which, indigenous to the ieliind' of- Saghalibn, in tho -Japanese Sea, is as yet but little' known in Australia. Should half the claims put forward on its behalf be realised, howevor, by the oxpeiiinents . at present being made with it in Sydney;. it is assuredly des tined to take a foretm st plnco among, the fodder products of the continent. To;pastornliHts and agrieulturalistB its properties, already.; fully ascertained, promise to ho of. tlie highest value, and to such we commend the plant for fur ther. inquiry and experiment. Tho .fame by which it is scientifically known is 'Polygonum Satchalineuae.' It iriay be classed with the family of the rhubarb ncees, and boars in the habit of growth some analogy to the familiar dahlia. One of tho hardest] ff piirennials, it has a marvellous facil ity, it is stated, for...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Sydney Markets.. Svdniy, Thursili.y. PI oil r — Steady. ...Victoniin atone from £7 ; new roller, £7 10a to £ 7 15s per ton. Wheat — New mil lirtfi : — nominal , chicUwbent, good whole samples, scarce 2s 6d per bus ; broken samples, 2s. Maize. — Firmor. Piimedry quoted from IB lOd to la lid por Cue; damaged from Is (id. \ Potatoes ^7— Duli. Circular Head, £3 to £3 5s. - Local, to £2 10s. Butter — Lowering; creamery and best brands ot factory, 8d ; fac tory, 7d to 8d; dairy, 5d to Gd per lb : pastry, 4d lo 5d Bacon — band cured, Gd to G£d ; machine cured, 5d.to 5Jd ; middles, 7-l to 8d. Hains — Dull. Cohnial, 9d to lOd ; . machine-cured, 5d to 7d per lb. . Honey — Brisk, lo 3-J,d per lb, for pure. Lard — Scarce ; finely rendered in bladders, 45-d to 5d ; bulk 3^d -to 4d per lb. Cheese— Dull ; market glutted ; best brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d ; second, l£d to 2d ; prime loaf, 3d to 3Jd per lb. . Eggs— Steady. . From Is 3d to Is 4d por doK Pouftry— Prime, scqrce ; inferior,, plentiful....

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Commercial. I - ITOSOOG ? H. 0. Park & Co, report ns follows :~ Mauo : P.ungog, ls:8d| Clurcnoo.Town, la lOd . \ / ' * - Eggs, 8d to lOd dozj falling - ' . Chaff, 3s; dull ( ' , Bacon, 5Jd Butter, 4d to Gd - Cedar, Board; 16s to lGs 'perlOCft. Ducks, Is Cd to,2s *9d ? . \EowU, lB Gd.to.2B 9d .? Potatoes, fa Gd to 4a cwt. Oats, 2* v v ^.Beeswax, Gd to 8d per lb. MMKonoy^lOa tin. (Kerosene tins objectionablo Barley, 2s Gd j English barley, 2s Gd. Edward Pipor reports— ? Prices still falling in nil kinds of produce.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

?' 7' _ Tho Earl ot Roseberv prefers re forming the House of- Lords to abol S. M' isbing that Chamber. - In regard to the suggestion that new pee'rs'should be created as a means of reforming the House of Lords, Lord Boaobe'ry says there is no guarantee tbat these peers would vote for the ex tinction of the Chamber. ' A secret ammunition factory has been discovered at Belgrade, Servia, ?whence 3,000,000 cartridges have been allotted to assist a threatened rebellion The position of affairs at Belgrade, the capital of Servia, is critical, and the feeling is fast developing into panic. . A plot to blow up the Argentine Parliament Houses has been discovered and many arrests mado. A new rush 10 miles from Kur 'nalpi is said to be turning out well. A deputation of ladies waited On the Victorian Premier on Friday to \ urge the claims of the women of Vic toria to a share in the franchise. Tlioy were told that the question was hardly ripe for legislative action. A man in Brisbane has been com...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Church Services. JUNE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND J. VOSPER, INCUMBENT. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

v„ Church Services. . ' - JTJNE. ; ??' ..5. GHTmon op England y* _ ' J. JVOSPKR, - - r ? ? ? . Ikoomdent. z, h,',* Pedsbtikrian. ^^'SabKath: 3rd. —Dungog ? 10.30 and . 7, Rev. D. Baird ; Bandon Grove 3, / Rev. D. Bnird ; Big Creek 10.30, Mr G. A. Mackay. - REV. D. BAIRD. Wbblktan. -i*. Sabbath 3rd. — -Dungog 10.30, Miss J Huggart, . 7, Helper ; Telegherry 3, Stroud 7.30, aud Monkerai 10.30, (School of Arts), Rev. P. Dixon; Posterton 3, Miss Hug - gart. /Wednesday — Dungog 7.30, Rev. P. .Dixon. REV. P. DIXON, i.- - ''- Baptist., . ?' - ? ? f»'\ ' R. J. MIDDLETON, T,/ - ~ Pastor.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Monkerai. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Monkerai. ? On Thursday last Mr. Harrie Wood, Under-Secretary for mines, accom panied by Mr. F. W. Garatang, mining warden, and Mr. R. A. Price, viaited the Monkerai goldfialds and inspected the different working there. On the following dey they proceeded to Copeland to inspect mines there. and will go on to Cobnrk and through to the Barnet. Mr. Wood was very much interested in tho discovery just made by Mr. P. J. Lnngworthy, and he washed some specimens out of the surprisingly rich lode just opened out on the surface. This lode is a peculiar' one in formation, and from surface in dications promises to yield a hand some fortune to the lucky prospectors. It is fully 8ft. wide, and consisted of decomposed iron-atone gossan, with three quartz veins rjinning paralle through it. Rich gold is found all through the gossan and gold can be seen plainly sticking on to the quartz. When Mr. Lnngworthy panned out a di«h of the lode, and saved fully half an ounce of gold, excitement became mtensn...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THE LANDS OF THE STATE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

THE LANDS OF THE STATE. ! To tho Editor. ? * Sir,— New South Walgji at the -pre-, sent moment is much .in the aamo position as that in which a Spendthrift heir would find himself when,'., after having wasted tho gronter portion of his patrimony, he began to consider the expediency of making soino effort to savei the romuindor. . Tho public lands of the colony havie hitherto been ?administered in a most . recklesj sand ' prodigal manner, to the gain of pro fessional speculators and the detriment of the interests of the general com munity. The failure of our various land systems as meions of encouraging settlement, as shown by the steady increasing areas of numerous largo estates/and the rapidly diminishing number of small holdings, will alwayB form a painfully , instructive chapter in the history of the earlier years of industrial progress in New ' South Wales. But it is of no use crying over spilt milk ; the past cannot be recalled; we enn deal only with the requirements of the pres...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Football. On Thursday last ; (Queon's 'B^th^X day)- tlio Dungog lt; F. Club o p ?Be- thel r season in a match with tho -iluV - land Halt- Holiday Club. The^day was all that could be desired for foot- - ball, nnd rroin an enrly .hour in tho ? ? afternoon spoctators could bo aeon wending their way over-lo the field of ' battle: Notwithstanding the other at tractions thero were a great numbor present to witness the great strnpglo ' . for supremacy between the dark bl'icB : ' and the yellow and black. ? Punctual to time, tho two captains tossod, and the coin spun in favor of the visitors, who at onco decided to do- ^ fend tho top goal. As both teams filed - out .they wero recoived with cheers, * Although the Half-Holidays were a . lit; liter team than their opptninla they appeared to I o in good con- - : . dition, a1 d their great amount of prne- ' . u tice, gave them a better .knowledge ot 1 - tho game than thoir opponents- Tho - Dungogites had, no doubt, tho best team they had ever pn...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 29 May 1894

Municipal Council. . A meeting of the Council took place in the School of Arts, on May 25tli, 1894. There were present — Aid. F. A. Hooke (Mayor), D. J. Bruyn, II. C. Dark, J. Abbott, G. Walkor and J. Robson. A lottor was read from Mr T. D. Hutchison asking permission to draw soil from Windeyerand Brown streets. Aid. Abbott moved — That Mr Hut chison be informed that the Council have no power to grant permission for the removal of soil off the streets, i Seconded by Aid. Bruyn and car ried A letter from Mr J. Rossbaeli, re recommending payment out of road grant fo? work do '.e wr.s received. A letter was read from t.ie AV.R.S. N. Co., stating that t^ey were unable to reduce thoir account for carriage of drainpipes. A letter was read from Mr S. Lee, having reference to obstruction m Mary Street. He Btated that the late floods had. .washed away portions of the streot nenr the river, and as he be lieved the side fence had encroached on the road, he had pulled it down and gone round the...

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