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Myall River. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

Myall River. {From our own Correspondent.') IWe wor.' the recipiento of some sploudid wouther for somo weeks past, tho days are quite warm and pleasant with exceptionally cold nights, but as i! jack frost has beon here iu all his glory this is not to be wondered at. The mnize crops aro now nil housed, as previously predicted, damaged. *-maize is plentiful, al out one third buing totally unfit for market. Several furmers are sowing small areas with ' wheat, 110 two sowing the came kind of seed. This wo think is a vory wise plan and is likoly to prove beneficial in the fiituio, ns it is likely to prove which of the kinds will prove tho most rust. resistant or fust nnd blight proof, as tho ea*e may 1 o. Our r-i da nre much Impn-V' dewing to the fi::e weather. A few coi-tracts for maintninaiico melal and uraiel liavo been tendered fi r, but this is very little I onefit to tliose who resiilo on the Upper Myall, where the fivo or six miles- which ii.torvene- is unpayable. 'We trust that t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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OUR GOLD FIELDS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

OUR GOLD FIELDS. To the Editor. Sir, — Now that our fields (as pre dicted by a few of us Tor somn time), are coming to the front, and that rich finds are being opened up on tho dif ferent streams, i, with your permis sion, sir, make a few remarks. Vic toria is working her reefs at a great depth, and paying good dividends nt a few. pennyweights per ton, with expen sive steam power. This is done by good machinery and good management. The famed days of old Uendigo brought capitalists and mining specu lators from all parts of the world. These men settled down to business, and develop her mines properly. Now that wo are beginning to find out our resources are gr- at, and good finds opening up, it is likely that snoti managers may be required For some of our mines, and bad ones are plentiful, and good ones very scarce. I have known payable mines 'hung up' through bad managers. As the pay able part of the business greatly de pends on the manager, companies will require to be very careful i...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Prospecting Board Room, Department of Mines & Agriculture, Sydney, 18th May, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

Prospecting Board Room, Department of Mines & Agriculture, Sydney, 18th May, 1894. Sir, I have the honor to inform you that I propose leaving Sydney on Wednes day evening next, via. Raymond Ter race, for tho purpose of dealing with applications for prospecting aid in the Dungog, Monkerai, und Uopeiand dis tricts. All the applicants have been informed of my visit. — I have the honor to be, etc., Haihiie Wood, Under Secretary. II. H. Brown, Esq;, M.l', Legislative Assembly.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THE MARCH FLOODS AT BARRINGTON. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

THE MARCH FLOODS AT , - BARRINGTON. To the 'Editor. Sir, — I dak forspaoe in your.columnv and also that you will kindly publish a brief reply to the correspondent npon tho above. First then lot me say that the report of your local cor respondent upon the Hood, and the action taken by tho meeting of tenants ...„D H..4. t ? , . unu X. nun Iiigniy pleased to note how fully and ably he had exposed Mr R. A. Price, who ac cused him of untruthfulness, by put ting bis wordB and Mr Price's sidn by - side. He also showed the absurdity of Mr Price's remarks upon anonymous ' ' correspondence. Mr Chapman's letter is entirely out of place. What right has he or any othei* person to inter fere with Mr Hart's constituents, or to interfere in a matter- that lies be tween us as tenants and the Minister ? as landlord. I do not thank him fanjajf interfering in my business, nor Price either, and think it is an unmiti gated piece of cheek ' for them to d6 i it without my consent. Wedecided'at tho meeting ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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FORTHCOMING POLITICAL STRUGGLE. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

FORTHCOMING POLITICAL STRUGGLE. - To the Editor ; Sir,— Will you permit these few re marks to be inserted in the columns of your , paper, as I consider that this is the time for all political grievances to ?be brought before the public. Aud now as we are drawing near to another political struggle sof a revolutionary ntfture, it may not be surprising to hear of those ?.vho.wish to become our, representatives arming them to the teeth with what I call spout:.ng pro pensities, but whether these 'threaten ing denunciations of - vengeanee* against thoso who make a trade of politics to aggrandise themselves, is from the heart of these men, who have now come forward with their senti mentalism, desirous that we should se cure tliem a seat in the House, promis ing that they will remove oppression from the land — that is, giving fair play without respect to rich or poor; If they can do that they will be leaving their^foot prints 011 the sands of time, but I am afraid that when the war is over ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Miscellaneous Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

Miscellaneous Pars. The Czar of Russia has - ' sacked ' all his cooks, on account of plots to poison him. Dibbs is suffering from influenza. ' Toby ' Barton will contest the llandwick electorate. JimHogue, oE tbe 'News,' will run the trlene electorate in the interest of freetrade. Mr. Harry. Dark is down with the 'enza. The man Wardrop, who shot Mrs. Hilo at Redfern, has surrendered to justice. He wept like a child. It is said another gold find has been mado at Monkerai. Recent Towers crushing— Victory, 235 tons, 3G5oz. ; Brilliant Central, 310 tons, 282oz. ; Brilliant Block, 782 tons, 1120oz. ; Victory, No. 1, 114 tons, 167oz. ; No. 2, 322 tons, 437oz. ; Stockholm Tributors, 276 ions,'372oz That 1 South Queensland, at Veane, Rockhampton, gave 119uz. from 39 tons — promising. The 1 North Richmond at Croydon haB made a spurt with an lloz. crush ins; from 28J tons — 318oz. in all. There is gold at Croydon. Gympio has bad some good crush ings to help May returnB — Pcenix, 500 tons, 192...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Financing. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

Financing. Mr. M'Millau has for a long tima been laboring under the delusion that tho lato Government 011 rearing from office left a con.-iderahlo hnritngu of | unexpended balances in tho Treasury which tho present Giivornment ruth lessly sqnaidorad. On various occa sions ho las alluded to this matter, and finally asked for certain information with reforenco to the public accounts. This information was laid on the table of tho House on Tuesday night, and it is likely to provo-the reverse of satis factory to Mr. McMillan, who proba bly expocted that a far d'fTerent state oF affairs in connection with tho pub lic accounts would be revealed. The return points out that though there was nominally a large sum at the dis posal of tho preseut Government when it took office, due to the successful flotation of the September, 1891, loan of £4, 500, 000 raised by the late Government, yet nearly the whole of this largo sum had been virtually hy pothecated to repay advances to finan cial institut...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Shocking Double Murder. London, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

. Shocking Double Murder. London, May 28. A shocking, double murder was perpetrated in London last night, the victims being a man and woman named Raseh. When the bodies were found life was extinct, but inquiries by the police resulted in sus picion being atcached to a man named Kazulars, and the sus pect was arrested in his lodg ings at Hampstead-road. In the possession of the prisoner were found certain ar ticles which are alleged to have been the property of the mur dered people. 7.20 p.m. The man Eazulars charged witn tne muraer 0.1 a man ana woman named Rasch appeared before the police court to-day, and was remanded. Prom in quiries made by the police they have reason to believe that: the prisoner is a noted criminal and thief. - . It is supposed that he came to lodge in the locality^ 'of the murder some weeks ago, with a view of becoming acquainted with the surroundings of the residence of the murdered' people. It is believed that during his residence in Hamp stead road, he stu...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

la tlio Editor. Sir, — In asking you to publish the enclosod letter from Mr Ilariio Wood, Under Secretary for Mines, I wish to point out tho'igh tho letter is dated tho 18th inst„ it only reached mo to day, Monday, 28th. Had I ' i.e cr'ived timoly intimation of Mr Wood's contemplated visit to the goldfields iu my electorate, I should certainly at any lncouveniooco mado arraudqments to meet him iu Duiigog. If tho ap plicants, who applied 'for prospecting aid through mo, will communicate the result of tho inspections, my services may be useful to them iu Sydnoy. I take a deep inte.est in tho recent gold j discoveries about Dungog diBtrici., which I hope will eventuate in great good for the community, and feel all tho more disappointed at not meeting Mr Wood. — I remain, etc., ? „ . II. II. BROWN. .

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A Domestic Drama. MARRYING A DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

A Domestic Drama. MARRYING A DAUGH TER jj.i/ t^Prom Hungaiy come details of a domestic drama in which a father, had unwittingly married ^liis own daughter. A. certain u-PeliV Steiner was 20 years ago r :;/yfr^;c*rf|]vbrced iroin his wito, ancl trie .',,/only offspring of the marriage, a* 'girl then one year old, was ? . given to some relatives, who ' ' educated her as their own child. ? : - ' Thesfather emigrated to Ameri ? ca, and the mother had hot since:been heard of. The child — ? ? was not well treated by her fos ' ter parents, and ftt the age of 16 she joined some people who fct ': were emigrating to New York, ^?i^^where she obtained a good sit in a Hungarian faintly. - ehanged^-Bhe ^ by wife went to JMfiskelez to search after her foster parents, whom she supposed to be her real parents, while 'her husband went' to the' place where he, ; formerly resided. Inquiries led mul iJUUWV.IIg uiov-uv^ijt that his second; wife was his own daughter. The unhappy man then ' wrote to his wi...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

[?] It must-bo d'stincl-Iy understood that wo do not']] old ourselves responsiblo for th opinions expressed by our correspond onto

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 1 June 1894

1 1 UWlvS fliiri ^Hmtcd nnd published bv tho solo prop'^^H ?V WALTER BENNitTT, at the oflMH theI)u:,ooo ^tiucmclk, Dowling-otrct^ The S choo l. i Mount . A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS/ QPECIAL ATTENTION i8: pfiid to Writ- . O ing, Spelling, Composition, and Arith metic. All boys learn drill and dancing Torms inolusivo of washing, mending, otov £lls' lis a quarter t - 9 Pnpils passod Junior Kxamina'ion, 1890 12 Pupils passed Junior'Examination,1891 22 pupils passed Junior Examination, 18927 . Sohool Retopenb JAN. 15th, 189'i - ? ? n. G. RIENIT3, Principal. HAVE YOIT A PIANO! ' : Tlien buy a pieco of Now Musio. SEND Id STAMPS. toy DPost. PIANOEORIE MTTSIO. Now Sheet Musio and Now Edition. Post freo at Marked Prices. Barn Dance, by Judo ... 16 (Uio newest and best to dance to.) Cnetle Gato, Mazurka ... 2 ?O Old Folfes at Home, Transcription 2 0 Fairy Waltz (very popular) ... -20 Remombor Mo No Maro, Waltz 2 0 Stephanio Gavotto ... 16 Homo Swcot Home, with variations 2 0 Tho Banjo (charact...

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Important Municipal Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 June 1894

Important Municipal De cision. At the West Maitland I Courthouse, an appeal court was held for. the purpose of hearing appeals against the assessment of properties in the municinalitv of : West Mn.it land. In several cases where unimproved larids were rated at their capital value, it was held by the Police Magistrate that, following the decision of the Supreme Court, in the case Borough of North Shore v. Milson, he could not do other wise than reduce the assess ment where it was made on the capital value of the land in stead of the rental value. The Full Court in the case alluded to had laid it down that land, having once been let, should be assessed under s°ction 164 of the Municipalities Act on the rental value. It made no difference that the land had been subdivided and some ot the land sold. This decision will have a very important bearing on the future assess ments of vacant land in the various Municipalities, and un less the present Act be amen ded it will also have a very pre...

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Fig Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 June 1894

k Fig Trees. A valuable consignment of fig-trees, cutting and rooted plants, including the true fig . used for drying purposes,, has : lately been received by the Vic ?^torian Agricultural Depart .meiitfrbm Symrna having been flf TA. quest of the Government En tomologist, Mr. C. French, and forwarded to Melbourne by the British Consul at Symrna. The consignment has b e en thoroughly disinfected in order to prevent any new disease be ing introduced into the colony. In a note accompanying the consignment, are instructions for the cultivation of these spe cial, varieties as practised by the natives of Meander Valley. The note says that after pre paring the ground the fig cut tings are planted in pairs, one with roots and the other with out, close together, at a depth of 2ft. to 2ft. Gin., allowing about 3in. of stem above the surface. The earth is then ? heaped round the stems, almost covering ;them, in the form of a small mould, without pressing it too hard. Should both take, .: their...

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 June 1894

- 'Passing Notes. '' - t.^ agifnt!0!i for the reprieve of Montgomery and Williams has, to no .small extent, disturbed the public mind.- It was quito right for those w.ho believed that an injustice would ba done in taking tho lives of these men, t.o do there uesi co ooiuui uiuui enoy, but their is doubtless much to be said on the other side, and even . those who most strongly hold that there should be no banging without actual murder, may woll consider the ugly . '^facts' that confront tho Executive on ? ? the othor sido. No doubt thoro' is in Sydney a growing recklessness on the part of crim inals as to tho taking of human life, and those Who hnd to finally decide as ' whether or no the law should in ,this case take its course, had many weighty arguments both for and 'against to consider. There is no reason in making personal attacks upon individuals, as . imany- bave.dono in Sydneyy ^because the executive held the opinion, that ' there was not sufficient reason wby . they should in...

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The Prospecting Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 June 1894

, The Prospecting Vote. : Th6 Under - Secretary ' for. ? Mines and Agriculture* Mr. H. ? Wood, has returned from a visit to -certain mines in the north coast distriot, where he has been inquiring into applications for aid from the* prospecting , vote. He went first to the new ? field at Monkerai, and was favorably impressed with the ? place. Tho stone looks well; vV and some of the men are getting .* 'protty rich prospects. There has not, however, been much . work done. A c r u s li i n g ? machine is in course of erectioir, / and stone will probably be ' . shortly crushed. A number of parties are prospecting about the adjacent hills and gullies. Monkerai is- about* 20 miles: from Stroud. Mr. Wood also went to Copeland, and inspec ted several of the ininea there He is of opinion that if some of the works that are at present being carried out are completed ?tliere will be a prospect of a re vival there. There is a fair amount of gold, but the heavy - charge for crushing is a draw ?' ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 June 1894

Local and General. Correspondence. — The following letter received by Mr .l.S. Hart, M. P., has been handed to us for publica tion : — Church and: School Lands Office, Sydney, 28th May, 1891.' Sir, — Referring to ttie petition from the Barrington and Gloucester Biver far mers, praying that a remission of rent mn*r lif- nllnwnd tn tlimn. on nep.ount of the losses sustained by them through the flood, ana also to the various per sonal interviows you havehadwith the Minister upon the Bubject, I have the honor to inform you that Mr Suttor has carefully considered all the facts . of the case, and has decided to ' grant ill. remission of twelve mouths rent from duto to be adjusted in this office. —1 have the honor to be, etc., B. BitowNitiao, Officer ia charge. To J. S. Hart, Esq., M. L. A. Plain SpkaicinO; — That btight little journal Plain Talk, on the fr«etrade Hide, thus refers to Mr.- B. .11: Wise 'While posing as an ardent freetrader, ho has proved himself tho party's greatest enemy,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 June 1894

l'riiitod and ptiblialicd by tho nolo proprietor WALTER BENNETT, nt llio ollloeof tlic DcKdOU CnnciOLB, Dowlingrntr. el, *)ungoj»,N.S.W. : * - . ' ? ? I The School. JMCotua-b VlotoiriLa. A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. SPECIAL ATTENTION is paid to Writ-' lag, Spelling, Composition, and Arith* metic. All boys learn drill and dancing Terms iuolusivo of washing, mending, oto., £lls lie a quarter 9 Pnpila passed Junior Examination, 1890 12 Pupils passed Junior Examination, 1891 22 pupils passed Junior Examination, 1892 School Re»opshb JAN. 15tb, 1894 H. G.RIENITS, Principal/ HAVE TOXT A PIANO! Then buy a picco of Now Music. SEND- Id STAMPS. BXiisto liy Post. ; PIANOFORTE MUSIC; Now Sheet Mub;o and New Edition. Post free at Marked Prices, Bam Danco, by Judo ... 1 6 (Tho newest and beat to dance to.) Castle Gate, M&zurlca ... 2 0 Old Folks at Home, Transcription 2 0 Fairy Waltz (very popular) ... 2 0 Remember Me No Mare, Waltz 2 0 StepbanieGavotte ... 1 0 Home Sweet Home, with variati...

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Latest News. COPELAND, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 June 1894

Latest INews. [By Telegraph.! - COPELAND, Saturday. Mr R. A. Price addressed a large meeting of the electors last night at Mr Chisholm's, Barrington. Mr Nor man Bell occupying the chair. The candidate spoke for over ?riii hour, deal ing Avith .; all important questions of the day, and concluded his address -amidst loud applause. On the motion of Mr Arrowsmith, seconded by Mr Alexander Grant, a vote of confidence was carried in favor of Mr Price, only one hand being held up against the motion. ? - ? The reported yield from the Great Cobark crushing is 52oz 6dwts from 70 tons of stone; '. SYDNEY, Monday. The Governor has assented to amending the Electoral Bill. Steps are being taken by the Pamt bula Progress Committee to prospect the whole of the surrounding country for gold. A meeting of government supporters will be held .on Wednesday to prepare tor the election campaign. The Full Court has decided that Justices have no jurisdiction to deal with the question of land titles. A petiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 June 1894

fSSiSIStt E. T.T3IGNELL The Price Iledneer to the fore again, And will settle all disputes' in regard to quality and price. ?Having a thorough- knowledge of the trade I am in a position to select nothing but good lines. I ani selling a first-class Blucher boot from 5/3 ; Watertights and our Special Cut at prices that defy, competition. The fa mous standard screw Blucher from 6/6, and all other lines equally cheap. , ; Remember once more, I have been the means of reducing the prices of Boots in Dungog. I am also selling Groceries for Cash only, at prices that cannot bo cut ; 4lbs Sugar and lib. Tea, 2s. .' V.,' '. . '.' V Collin's hammer-headed Picks, 3s 6d ; Shovels, 2s 6d. E. T. BIGNELL, axiooxis & boot xaxpoRvme, DOWLING STREET, DUNGOG.

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