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A Wail from Coolgardie. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

A Wail from Coolgardie. Mn. W. F, GnEitAEi), writing from Coolgardie under date April 29, to a Ifcglent of Glen Iunes,. saj3 : 'This ^Hkneh ttto^c^glorse rush than ^^^??jpflH^^Kwould 300 miles, I ncvor saw as much as a crow; no animal lifo of any kind, dry sand or scrub all the way, with an oc casional rock (nayiiig hero is a littlo water) about every 20 miles. Soino timos you have to wait as 8i)K-obody has been before you and takon lill tho water. You can gouorally got wator at those rocks if you wait. If any of your sons should think of coming bore, tell them to put the idea out of their neaas as soon aB possiuie, as more is no work to bo got for love or money, g d the small a'luvial rushes are Sinerally worked out in a month at the. longest. It would take a long timo to desctibo them fully, but you can understand a small plot of about 20 acres, in which is all tho gold that will be found for miles.'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Mining. Mr. E. Irwin has returned from the head of the Barrington waters. He obtained some splendid prospects, but on account of a fall of snow, and the in tense cold had to abandon the plane. He contemplotes going back in the fmrinff. The lode known as Langwortliv's, at the Monkerai, has been discovered on Mr Skillen's 25-acre lease. Langwortliy and Giddey are still getting out a lot of. splendid gold bearing ironstone ori their lease. Simmons and party are on good gold in their claim at line from the Borenal reef, nnd is carting his stone to tho big battory at Cobark for treatment. The Masonic Company aro so elated over the late crushing at' their mine, that they intend to erect a ten-head mill on the ground forthwith. Tho shaft is down over 100ft. at this ' mino, tho reef is over 3ft. wide, and the stone averages nearly l|oz. to the ton, bo that they have a good property, and we wish them succesB, Sax'by and party at the Wonga Wonga mino nave a fine lot of stone at grass, which t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Temperance Cause. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

The Temperance Cause. ' Outis ' in the 'Telegraph ' writes as follows : — ' Unless n beneficent in tervention of Providence or a sordid lack of fundB should prevent it, the aflliction of several temperance crusad ing- ladies of distinction, with a male secretary and a huge petition against tho llowing bowl, will ultimately over take us. The petition is to contain 'llirep million names aud to be 15 miles long when the worst has been accom plished. It is said to have over two million names on already, and by the time it reaches our shores will prob ably be a couple of miles longer than at 'ipreBeut, say 12 or 12-!,- altogether. rJCfie'' Governments of civilised coun feies will, it is anticipated, be so im pressed by thiB document that they will see the error of their ways and start in to legislate against the cursed drink. But the thing will bo more likely to excite the derision of the un regenerate over their cups. The average petition is not very effective in convincing anybody of t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on' Friday evening last. There were ptesent Aid. F. A. Hooke (Mayor), D. J. Bruyn, J. Ab bott, and G; Walker. Letters were read as follows: — Erom tho Lands Department refusing ku gruui- uuuuuunea snait m xown Common as location for the deposit of nightsoil. Erom the Postal Department, stat ing that the cost of shifting telegraph poles in the main street to their pro per places would cost £7, and the De partment were not prepared to incur that expense. Prom Mrs. Watcrhouse, asking per mission to move a stump now on the road near her residence, to her garden. ? Aid. Bruyn pointed out that ap plication Bhould not have been made for the abandoned shaft, but for lacre near it. Aid. Abbott moved— That applica tion be made for the dedication of one acre of land, on Town Common, near abandoned shaft, for the deposit of night soil. Seconded by Aid. Bruyn and carried. The letter .from Telegraph Depart ment was allowed t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Printed Matter Sent by the Post. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Printed Matter. Sent by the Post. Considerable misapprehension ap pears to oxist as to the class of mail matter entitled 1:6 pass within tho colony at the rate of ^d per 2oz. It is 'pointed out by tho Postal Dooart meut that the New SoUth Wales Post-, office is the or.ly ? one in Australia wnicn lias hoc introaucou tne miuai rate of $d, and tho express condition is that packets can only paSB at this rate provided they contain nothing but printed matter — no writing, whatever, not oven the addresser's name, being permitted. Attention t.o this rule on the part of senders will qliviato the annoyance of the addresses being called upon to pay double the deficient pos tage on delivery of the packet'. The |d rate is not applicable to packets addressed to places beyond the colony.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Correspondence. It must ho distinctly understood that wo do not hold oursolvos rosponsiblo for tho : opinions oxproasod by our corrospondonlo.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Church Services. JUNE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Church. Services. . . . JUNE., Ohiteoh of England - Sunday 17th. — ; Dungog 8 (H.C.), '' ?' ? 10.30 and 7, Ven. Archdeacon ' Tyrrell; Bendolba 3, Eev. J. Vos v , per; Undferbank 10.30, Clarence - '-A?] '?£ Town 7, Mr Fussell. jr. vospbb, PSitU ' ' ? Incumbent. *0- Pbesbxteriak. j,.!.::.;? Sabbitv 17th. — Dungog 10.30, Eev. D. Baird, 7, Mr G. A. Mackay; ' . ' - Monkerai 11, Mr J. A. Macken zie; Bandon Grove 3, Mr F. A. ' - ? Hooke ; Torryburn 4, Eev. D. ' Baird. Moll lay 18tb.— Big Creek 10.30, Eev. $ D. Baird. EEV. D. BAIED. Wesletan. _ , Sunday 17th. — Dungog 10.30 and 7 Mr E. Barnes ; Telpgherry 10.30, Stroud 7.30, Miss Hnggart ; Fos . ''ierton 3, Mr E. Barnes ; Bullah delah 10.30 (Sacrament), 7.30, Eosenthal, 3, Eev. F. Dixon. Wednesday. —

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

THOS. BAEER,_ , Practical Tailor ; ~ Dowling-strcet, DTJNGOG-. BEGS to roturn thanks to liia nuimrou oustomors for t-h sir past support, am ' bfUBtd by ptrict attontion to business, to meri a ojotinuanoo of their patronago. I'oero is no need to send away for Clothci i wfieuthoy can be znado as Cheap and ai j - (flood in tho town. . A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My X Tweeds, Cloth?, j .Doeskins, Serges, . i .. Llamas, Buckskins, : ; ; : Worsted a^dBoavei Coatings, . . Bedford and Manchcetor^.Oords, ? :v\- Hnir LinesMEto. j' %'-X - .Are 'nil of the Best Materials td pick from, * - and .well shrunk before making up.: . ?y ' ' The W.R.S.lSr. Co. (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN: The Company's Steamer Cooreei eaves Clarence Town with Passengers ' and - Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and FBIDAYS at 9.30 a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. K. LYALL, Secretary. ? \ _ - '? ? ? ? Slil M '? J. A. JONES, FAMILY BU TCHjBjR. DrmBroer* ' ' if taking th...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

, . Pujii®mKD evert . TUESDAJ IND FRIDAY AND CONTAINS1 ; Latest Telegraphic, ? Commercial Local -J* Genigpl Xfi^tos. — ^pPHRMS (in Advanco^ jB^^udrtor ... ... ... 5s [ For Year- * ? ? ?? ....20s

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Passing Notes. ' Winter has come down upon us with a real old fashioned tyninic.il grip with tho result tlmt every second person you. meet is growling about bnd colds' and ^ influenza. The first Br,o\v of the season £* spreau itseii lust irens in unhung nui»c ?(' neas ovortlie Blue Mountains; in Syd ney and in this district the cold piercing wind has been a boon to tailors and dressmakers, for warm overcoats and jackets are in conspic uous requisition: Some people aver that tho suddcu changes in Australia ' aro w orse than tho long bleak, dreary, .' winter of. 'Europe, that wo have all the complaints and bodily ills of the old land, without the compensation of , jskatihg and othor opon air enjoyablo wintor sports. Anyhow ' its an ill wind that blows no one good,' and this brief rush of winterly weather that Imb put so many people on their backs is a perfect Godsend for the , ; chemists. # ' . ? * * There was a fln re up at Johnstone's ?Buy, Sydney,- which not only startled the quie....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

com* / 4-2 1 Os.'?^nBalioi^^H!!nco^v2 yotirs' ?--M \v -;- . ' * Rimrantoo./ ' ' ?- ? 4 :, ? /My uneqnallod English Tiovor, 1 X O iV»o tuu covercu cap, paioni uonon, - ' ( 3 yoars'.gunranton. - . 7M,y special Koy oi^Koyloss English j-,4i Xevor, compensation balance, patonfc C notion; 8 .vrars guaranteo C Firgt-classKoy or Keyless English £4 10s. I Lever, full covered cap, patont, ; (band finished. 4 years' guarantco. * .First-class Key or Keyless English Ar ,V Lover, compensation balanco, full 1 covored cap, hand finished, 6 years' ( gunranteo. /'Tho ACME English' Lover, full oh . . t q J nometer balance, adjusted, 15 ruby /jewels, a correct timckoopor, 6 yoars C guaranteo. Flv-back .Minute CHHONOGKAF1J8 £8 8s. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10a. Six fears' guarantoo. Highly recommondcd. Ladies' Silver Watches. No. 1, Silver Open Face, £1 10s; 2, Double Cane, £2 ; Superior, £2 15s ; keyless, full jowolled, £3, £3 10b, £4. All guaranteed. Ladies' Gold Watches. No. 1, Double Case, keyless, £4; No....

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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

!| Sydney Markets. ?f ! Sydney, Monday. ?Flour— Steady. Victorian stone, from £7 j best roller, £7 10s to j67, 15s per ton. Wheat— New milling — nominal, ?: chiokwbeat, good whole samples, nom ' inally,. 2s^§d per bus. MaJze^Steady. Prime dry quoted at la'jiOu per bus ; _ dainagodtrjfrotii Is ? 7d upwards, Potatoes — Dull. Circular Head, £3 to £3 5b. Local, £1 10s to £2 10s. Butter — Plentiful; creamery ' and heat bfands of factory, 8d ; fac tory, 7d to 8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb ; Mudgee district, 7d to 8d ; pastry, 3£d to 6d. Bacon — band cured, Gd to 6Jd ; machine cured, 5d to 5 id ; middles, 7d to 8d. Hams — Dull. Colonial, 8d to 9d 'y- machine-cured, 5d to 7d ppr lb. J'. Honey — Quiet. 2d to 2|d per lb, .:'for pure, v Lard— Scarce ; finely rendered in bladi^rs, 4Jd to 5d ; bulk 3jd to 4d ? per lb. Cheese — Moderate demand ; best : brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d ; second, 2d to 2£d ; prime loaf, 3d to 4d per lb. , Eggs— Steady. - From Is 3d to Is 4d per doz Poultry — Prime, scarc...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MAITLAND. E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

MAITLAND. . E. W. SPAIfKE's llri'ORT. j -Fat Cattle. — Yardinj^s tn-'Uy weroj -:i very light and with a (inod atti-ndan.civ jl ? of the trade competition was fairly brisk and pi ices a shade firmbE for prime yards of bullocks. L|u»v-; pojil — ;On account of W^W^de, ^b'ulfojckH ? ai'd.light steirs .fronii jESl'tiliis '^.to ?* £2 10s'6d; Geo. Thoi»ds,,plDws ftom';£l 5sjto £2 3s ; Mrs Cornerford, bullocks from £2 7s to £3 18s, cows at £1-*1'0?T; Chas. McDonnell, heiferj,from £1 7« 6d to £1 lis Gd j.WVJ-' l'ucker, bul locks at £4 2s j 'T. Eitter, cons (rough) - at £1 2s I 'Tfi'os.'Drinan, steerR^t ;£1: 15s, cows from £1*-Bs to £1 14s. ^ 1 June 7th, 1894. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

WANTED a GENEEAL SEE- . VANT. Apply to rft MRS. JAS. HOOKE, Crooks Park, Dungog. ; Parliam^Ai^Electorates and

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Cruelty to a Child. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Cruelty to a Child. A woman named Mary Ann Thomas wnB charged; at Narraudera with will fully ill-treating ai)d.neglecting_a cbtlcL,. named Nt4ly HiVdgo,-;wh ) was under?!^ her care. tKo little' girl, who' is years old, only weighs 30lbs., '- and is' UUVY III vllo 1UUU.I treatment. The evidence of the Gov ernment medical ..flicer, Dr. Mitchell, showed that the child had 84 scars on its body, amongst them being a large bruise on the loft side, four wounds on the head, with one cut to the skull, a black eye, bruised face, left ear de formed, and bruised nm*o. The de fendant stated that the child's mother 'vas dead, and she took her out of sharity. The little one's father is sup posed to reside at Hillston. Percy Ihomas, husband of the female de fendant, wbb also charged with negloct ing the child. Both the accused were committed for trial at the Wagga,,^ Wagga Quarter S/ssions. Fresh light will, no doubt, be thrown . upon the dark and tragic story i of Khartoum by the book of General G...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Commercial. -i- DUNGOG ' H. 0. Dark & Oo. roport ns follows : — Maizo: Dungog, Is 8d ; Olarenee Town, Is t lOd jM Eggs, 8d to 10:1 doz, falling 01. aff, 3s ; dull PRBucou, C i(l ?' * ' Butter,, 4-1 to Cedar, s^a^pB^^o ICs por 100ft. Ducks, 9d . ' Fo wls, 1 b1 v/a to 2s 9d , Potatoes, 4j Gd to 4s owt. Oats, 2i - Bcoswax, Gd to 8d per lb; Honey, 10s tin. ' (Kcrosono tinB objoclionablo Capo Barley, 2s Gd j English barley, 2s 6d. Edward Piper reports — .Prices still falling in nil kinds of produoo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Business Directory. ' West Maillancl, J B, MACARTNEY, High-st., Sign ? writer, Docorntor, Picf.siro Framo linker. Photo enlargements from Cd. Rlj, PENPER, Manufacturer o£ |Bcg ? - kccjinrs' Supplier. Illustrated JCata loguo on application. Cnslijbuyor of Booawax. DIIjLY & HAG-AN, manufacturors Gal vanised Guttering, Beekeepers' Tin waro, Honey Extractors. Mtlk Cana. 'VTT 'WEEKS, High-street, Watchmakor V? ? and Jowrllor. Wntchcs eloancd, 1 89 6 Glooks, 2s Cd j Brooch Pin*, 3d. IijlBY BROS., Cabinet. Makers, XTplioletor cm, Undertakers, Etc. Country orders promptly attended to. BDW. BLAIR, for &lu£-ic, Boots. Sta* tionory. Qpposito Post Oflk*o. Ordore promptly oxrcutcd. Fpshion Journa's supplied Auction 8ales. FAT & STORE ;PIGS^ SPRINGING COWS/^ STORE CATTL^T J0I111 RoMson H.Ui— i»«oTTrt*-jift^iyJjon8 from various ownm to aelniy auction at his - rinds on/ATURDAY NEXT, ? lGth June, nt 2 o'clock. 140 Prima/Fat ami Score Pigs. I 15 Springing Ci''As a:id [L-ifers....

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Practice versus Theory. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Practice versus Theory. ' When Mr McMillan was in New castle a week or two ago he was taken through the works of the Sydney Soap and Candle Company at Waratah. So far as equipment is concerned those works' are equal to any other of a similar kind in the world. Having | finished his inspection, which lasted two nours, ne was entertained at lun ? cheon. After his own health had been proposed he, o£ course; proposed suc cess to the Sydney Soap and Candle Company. To this toast the business manager replied, and he made some statements, that rather astonished Mr McMillan. In the first place, he as serted that but for the penny a pound duty placed on imported candles by a freetrnde Government the works would not have been start5ff!!^n(l but for the Dibbs Ministry the ? dii-c.ctcrs would not have expended £20,OOOYu enlarg ing the establishment and getting new machinery. Then he remarked that since the additi'^-A duty on foreign candles had ber-n imposed the soap and candle company had redu...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THROWING OPEN THE LAND. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

THROWING OPEN THE LAND. lo the Editor. - Sir, — One of the arguments most frequently employed in opposition to tho renewal of the. Crown Leases in tho Central Division, oven in part, is that by throwing 'open the whole of the land to selection, agricultural set tlement will be promoted, and tho leasehold area now occupied principally for pastoral purposes become covered with busy farms. But the very same argument has been utied again and again in support of almost every pro posed change'in our land system; yet the practical resultB have seldom, if evor, been in accordance with popular anticipation. When the principle of survey before selection was introduced, its advocates declared that it would aid in covering tho land with smiling homesteads nnd in largely developing tho agricultural industry ; but it is painfully instructive to contrast the sanguine utterances with which the Crown Lands Act uf 18(51 waa sup ported with the after results as shown in official statistics. Instead of...

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Eskdale. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Eskdale. (Bi'om our own orrespondent.') A very interesting marriago cero rnony was con Incte 1 at S ;aham on Wednesday last, at 10 30, by tho Rev. , D. L. D.iv,vis, when Mr. W. Simmons ? of Bcjndblb.i and Miss E. Bruce of tho Allyn River were united l^^^ho holy bonds of matrimony. Mr.^^tkjLuod ktit priformed tho duties of and .Miss C. Simmons, -BlsterTor the bridegroom, those of bririesmaid. The wedding was kept up at night, dancing being indulged in for a few hours. We are pleased to noto thatSoahnm at present iB not on the retrogrado, but progressing. Mr. Callaghan, 'the vil lage blacksmith,' has come to tho (f rout by building a magnificent spacious hall. It is over 40ft in length, and is built of wood, and when lined will be very comfortable considering that tho ventil itors now are too numerous by about 50. This hall will in future be known-as the Seaham Union Hall. Juno's, 1894

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