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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 June 1894

bfiaiitifiil :hnnnnfit (the gift .of Misg^ Lowe, of Clarence Town ) She was attended by her bridesmaid, Miss Jane Lambley, who wore cream and terra cotta. Mr Albert Lambley, brother Of the bridegroo n, acted as best man. After the ceremony, which was per formed by the Rev. R. J. Middlet.m, of Thulaba, the procession left the room to the strains of' Mendelssohn's ' Wedding 'March,' played by Miss Holmes. When the happy couple had received the congratulations of- their friends, an adjournment vas made to the din ing room, where between 50 and 60 guests (in detachments) sat down to the 'breakfast,' given by Mr and Mrs Holmes. The toast of the ' bride and bridegroom ' was proposed by the host, and responded to by the bridegroom. Mr Middleton, in a few well-chosen words, thanked the host and hostess, and gave somo kindly advice to the young people. During the afternoon games were indulged in, after which the happy couple left amid showers of rice and slippers, for Sydney. The bride's tra...

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 — 19 June 1894

Williams River A. & H. ASSOCIATION. PltlZETAKERS are remitJi^Jhat ALL PRIZE-MONjjl^Hto plied for BEFORE be to vide Regulation WALTj^^^^^^H

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 June 1894

It is announced that the Bonapar tists are considering the advisableness of an appeal to the French people^for the re-e8tabii8hmentiof the. en^ireL_v.--^'Ii^ The proprietors of 40 cdlljeries in Fife and Clackmannan, Scofland, rje senting dict^ion, have dismissed their hands, and notify their intention to close the mines. . ^ \ The stock of gold coinan^luillion : — ? ? J^| in the issue

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Clarence Town. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 June 1894

Clarence Town? V- ; ' A concert was held in tho School of Arts, on Saturday last, in aid4HihW!-£-' institution The performers^L-.^!l of Miss Aldrich's pupils, by lady and gentlemen amateu'iu hajjSffi^ ing from Dungog aud Clarence A bright moonlight night gave lal^H^ ul music eve ry opportunity ing an outing, and they turne-^^^^^^^ great numbers.... . Mr S. T. ' acted as cj^man* The foll^^^^^F progr.ammo was then reudered-^^^^^^k : ' May Day,' *by ' Trafalgar Bay,' Mr/(Mit-^^^^^^^^H^H gentleman also rendered' songs, much to 'the delight audience Tlw song ' DougltQp^ 1 Miss , Aldrich' was well received. , Mr \ Lloyd sang '( Poor OJd Joe,' and was i) - encored; four little children sang :( nicely, ' In the Morning by the Bright '.-JJ Light;' Miss Robards' song was loud- ' ly: applauded, as was also a song by --) - Mr Holmes ; several tableaux were- - given with good effect; a song und cliorus were rendered by the company ; I Miss S. Dark was a buccbss in her solo j and Mr T. Dwyer, as ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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SILVER READING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 June 1894

SILVER READING. On the evening of the same day an entertainment was given in aid of the Oakendale Circulating Library. The programme consisted of tableaux', charades, songs, recitations,- and dan cing. The overture was played by Miss Davison, who also sang later in the evening ' Never to know,' charm-, ingly; then Miss Robards sang in her usual good style, ' WJien sparrows build,' and also assisted Miss Dark in tuui- pre&cy vouiu auet, \j er ine moonlight sea' ; Mrs. Fred Lowe's song, ' Ora pro nobis,' was very nice, as was also hpr duet with Miss Haw kins, 'The elfin call' ; Mr Dwyer, as usual, delighted the audience with bis ' comic singing,' and received encores for his three songs, giving as one a recitation in his inimitable style; Messrs Lyall Bros, danced in costume, ' The sailor's hornpipe,' and 'The Irish jig,' and deservedly received Liuch applause ; MiBS O'Connor sang nicely that old -favourite, 'Remember or Forget,' and also played a piano forte solo ; Miss Eliza...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Wangat Gold Field. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 June 1894

Wangat Gold Field. As Upper Wangat hue- every pros pect of becoming a brisk gold-field, it m about lime that attention was drawn to the state of the roads leading to it, so as to eu'ublu the proplo who have v ventured to speculate in it to got aup plies of provisions and other necessaries . in safety, also to encourage other per sons to the field, Jas many are discour ageil^a^b wretched state of tho road beaten Lower Wangat. and Up per Wangat. Although this road:,has ?x ' been surveyed, only about a mile has Tjtjen cieareu ueiween iuo two places. As*y-jt only one enrt has ventured to Upper. Wangat with goods, but was unahle to reach its destination on ac count of, -the dep'.orable stato of the rofld, and4the driver was obliged to un load ai:d pack his hoisen «Mi the fionds. New considering tb»i in- Upper Wan gat and WhisperingySnlly ton leases, have been applied frt'aml on most of them men are at work and some rlninn? sbov.iig go-d gold, it is hut f:.ir to give these men a chance by...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 June 1894

Local Land Board. - A meeting of the local Land Board I was held at Stroud, on May 31st, and j at Gloucester, on June 1st, 1894,! at which the following cases wero dealt : s With:- vVl - stroud. i;f : . Michael P. Whelan, 40a c.p. ; con-M j firmfed. [ j . - I)onald McIC. Faicheroy, 40a c.p. m* - ditto Donald McK. Faicherey, 100a c.l. ditto. ' ' j -''VV' Cora F. Ho ike, 230a c.p. ; -subBta- /. tute improvements ; granted JS- Edward Gilbert, 40a c.p. ; sub;' prove menta ; granted ' . - ?'('$ ^'.J' W. M. H. Wilson, 603a c.p.: fulfil ment of conditions ; certificat e to issue. GLOUCESTER'' . Peter Koallner, sen., 50a c.p. ; con- ; v'S ifcf firmed. . : ., j* Fred. W. Reid, 400a c!l. ; '--?? of 205a. Janet M. Wallet, -100a c.p. ;' diB^f^| allowed; and 300a c.l.; disallowed... .?* Joseph Laurie, 40a c.p. ; confirmed-.^ ^ Richard E. Wilks, 40a c.p. : ^B.ubS^^, impts. ; granted.. ' ' ' Charles Wilks, 40a c.p. ; extension ^-3 ^ fencing period; time extended to 10th,; April, 1895. \ - - Charle...

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

'..Soots P Soots'! - E. t.jSgnelF The Price Reducer 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 am selling a first-class Blucher boot from 5/3 ; Watertight^ and our Special Cut at prices that defy competition. The fa mous standard screw Blucher from 6/6, atid all other lines equally cheap. Remember once more, I have been the means of reducing the prices of Boosts in Dungog. I am also selling Groceries for Cash only, at prices that cannot be cut ; 4lbs Sugar and lib. Tea, 2s. Collin's hammer-headed Picks, 3s 6d ; Shovels, 2s 6d. ?E. T. BIGNELL, GOES OOBB BOOT I3WPOE.TEK, DOWLING 3TREET, DUNGOG-. The School. SXoiuit Victoria. A BOARDING SCHOOL FOB BOYS. SPECIAL ATTENTION is paid to Writ ing, Spoiling, Composition, and Arith metic. All boys Team drill and dancing Torms inolusivo of washing, monding, etc. £lls lis a quarter 9 Pnpila passed Junior Examinat...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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His Birdie. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

His Birdie. 'It ai'nt ev'rybody I'd trust my little gal to,' said old Farmer Skinner to the love lorn selector who had becjjjpe enamoured of Miss sally Skin ner, and wished to carry her from the loving care and „ shelter of her home nest. The 'little gal,' who was 5ft llin tall in her bare feet (as she was at that moment), hid her happy, blushing face on the dear, fond old father's shoulder and wept happy tears as he said to Sally s deeply moved ^fc^^ipathetic young lover, 'You must take good keer' of wee birdling, Jack. Recollect she's been raised kind o'tender like. Two acres a day is all she has been used to hoeing, and an acre of corn a day is all I ever asked her to plough. She kin do light work, such as splitting posts and rails, and digging post holes and burning brush and all that, but ain't used to regular work, and you musn't ask too much of her. ? It's hard for her old dad to give his little sunshine up. He'll have to split his own cordwood and dig his own taters now. But...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Poisoned by Vinegar. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Poisoned by Vinegar. 'I once had a patient,' said Lawrence Newcomb, who for - merly practised as a physician, but is' now an angel of com merce, 'wno poisonea herself with vinegar. 1 never was a burning or shining light in the medical profession, and her.ee it is not surprising that the case baffled my investigation for a year, though I have the consolation of knowing that four eminent physicians who were called in for consultation attributed the lady's breaking up to four different causes, none of them remotely connected with the real one. The chief symptom was lassitude and deadly whiteness, and the lady, who had no other companion than an ignorant, though faith ful, colored attendant, finally died before reaching her thir tieth year. - Subsequently in vestigation proved that she was a vinegar fiend, and that, while refusing food of all de scription, she was drinking large quantities of vinegar. As . the habit grew upon her she se cured stronger grades, until finally she was drink...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

de\tw. GARDINEl£— ^flfeendolba, on 7th ? June/ IS m, B.iNDoi.pn Ciril GAitv^Eit, elctat eon of Mr and Mrs. J. Gardiner, aged 2 ? years and 2 months, of diph theria. 5 IPHB Dungog Shronisle, '?- AND Willi AM AND GLOUCESTER ADVERTISER. ? . *-»-— ? ? ? ; ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . Dunooq, Fiiiday, Junf. 22, 1804.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Buried Alive. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

' Buried Alive. I ? Burials alive arc far more common in tropigal countries, whefe ; the . burial , takes place within twenty-four hours after death,' than they are where one gets; as' . a rule, a few days' grace. ' In Spain the body is Frequently removed to the un dertaker's shop a few hours after death.' In one of the largest of those establishments in Madrid some years ago an . extraordinary sight was wit nessed A gentleman was brought in his 'casket' one afternoon, and placed in a room set apart for that branch of the business. The proprie tor lived over his premises, and on this special evening was giving a grand ball. When the ball was at its height, a gentleman in full evening dress suddenly joined the com pany. He danced with the wife of the undertaker, and he danced with the undertaker's daughter, arid seemed to be thoroughly enjoying himself. The undertaker thought he knew his face, but didn't like to be rude and ask him his name. By and by all the guests departed, and the...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Unification of N. S. Wales and Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Unification of N. S. W ales and Victoria. Sir Georgo Dibbs hna undoubtedly created a stir in the political world by the enunciation of his proposals for --the union of tho two great colonies of '' '?New South Wales and Victoria. The « scheme ia a bold one, and although Sir Henry Parkes has thought fittonccuse Sir George of having stolon the main ' features of it fn-iu mogazirio articles .. ?wrjtton;,by_ liim sotne .years ago, and ?- to belittle it in every way, it must bp' ? generally admitted that the proposals aro worth of serious consideration. ? Passing by tho preliminary discus . eion of the policy of immediate union betweon the two great colonies, tho Premier formulates tho terms and con ditions of an honorable and instan taneous partnership. To his everlast ing credit, he leaves tho beaten track \of Federation, and ventures on a pro posal which Bhowsrefjoluteness of pur ?v pose-, originality of judgment, and in dependence of action. ' WJjat ho pro-;, ? poses is not Federation...

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

Preliininaw Notice AGAND CONCEKTpvill take place at the CenttnMalflHall, on FRI DAY, J ttly 6iJf ta fid of the funds of the Duxooa (P.C3 Full ProgrammeSin future issue. TO THE ELECTORS — OF—' Durham. GENTLEMEN, / A rumor having got abroad that I do not intend to contest the coming election for /our electorate, I beg to; inform yoiv'ttfat I aim determined to go to the agafii*t all-comers. I purpose' st|rtBig tqf hold meetings on the IOtii^Tuby, w/ien I will visit and address j|pu In alf parts of the elector ate. Trusting that you will hold your selves free from any candidate until you nave nfara my views on the po litical questions of the day. — I remain, 'Kiurs faithfully, JOHN WADE Sydney, J une 20tli, 1894. J. B. DARK HAS received instriictions to sell by auction at Ihe/AuBtralian Inn, Stroud, on SATURDAY, the 30th June, 1894, at 2 o'l/ock, p.m. ?b' |nd Gentlo d BHdles of all ougli, Shaft, ig ffiart Harness. riffiBS. l to Saddle and 'rom the Hunter dale. v PASTURES 4STOCMPRO ' TEO...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Local and General. I Official CoiiiiEsroirDKKCE. — 'We have received the following official correspondence from H. H. Brown, Esq., M.P.':— Public 'Works Depart ment,- Sydney, 8th June, 1894. Sir, — 'With reference to your letter^ of the 24th ult., nnd previous correspondence on tho subject of tho damago done by the floods to tho road and culverts be t«vc'e'n-Duri80S nnt^ Stroud, I am di rected fw the Secretary for Public 'Works toiinforin you that stops havo been tiikoK for the repair of all flood damages tV this road, and the1 workB aro now in anyi|D^u^M|^e^l| minor h ha vo tho M.P., Death. — On Tuesday li.st, Mr W. Corner, a very old resident of the Paterson, passed away at a ripe old a,'0. Deceased had boon suffering for Roiiio weeks from acuto pneumonia, tho result of an attack of influoiiza. Ho had rosided for about ha'f a century at Paterson, where he enterod into busi ness .as a storekeeper, and throve so woll that he ranked among the moBt wealthy men in the district. Ho was ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Garangula Rush. A GOOD WASH UP. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

The G-arangula Rush. I A GOOD WASH-UP. T' Gcndauai, Wednesday. — There has been n great exodus of minora to tho Garangula rust. The initial prospec ting wash-up relumed 1 'z. 4dwt. Ggr. to the load, w hich is exceptionally e»»d. The sinking varies fr-'m 20ft,. to 30ft., with from 3ft. to 4't. thickness of wash. Tliegoneral prospects tjive trom 3gra. to 8grs. to the -dish. The present population of jr nV ut 1300, and about are(ln payable gold. It is tfuougt that xm adjoining, lands will be thrown open in the course of a Few days, when tho Redhnnk es tate will be tested, tho present find be ing on the Redbank boundary lino.. Mr. Macansh is at present reserving to himself the business sites. En couragement is givon to minors to pro spect Garangnla, tho proprietor not re quiring a fee until payable g»ld is struck, the rent then being 10s per claim per month. Tho new goldfield at Garangula, about 16 miles of Murrumburrah, is attraeting'great-attcntion, and to judge from the accounts it i...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. CAMPBELLS HILL, Thursday 5.30. E. W. Sparke's report. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Latest INews. [By Telegraph.] Campbells Hill, Thursday 5.30. E. W. Sparke's report. A small supply of cattle was yarded to-day ; any good pens sold well. I have sold — For J. K. Mackay, bullocks from £3 3s to 10s, cows at £2 ; R. W. Alison, bullocks from £2 lis Gd to £3 8s ; Robert Logan, bullocks at £4 8s, cows from £2 5s to £2 15s. SYDNEY, Thursday. Parkes is being favourably received throughout his country election tour. A Quilkenden party have struck payable alluvial gold at SDobs Hill, near Bingera racecourse. A.16oz. specimen, containing 7oz. of gold bai been found whilo sluicing by Withers and party at Bingara.' Commenting on Dibbs' unification scheme, Sir Henry Parke's says though Sydney is better suited for a federal city, Melbourne baB ready chief build ings for federal cccupation. The Premier gave it to be under stood if municipalities that bad bor rowed money from the state, left the interest unpaid, receivers would be appointed to collect the arrears Fresh developments ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sir Henry Parkes and Womanhood Suffrrge. QUITE AS COMPETENT AS MEN TO VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Sir Henry Parkes and Womanhood Suffrrge. QUITE AS COMPETENT AS MEN TO VOTE. Speaking m reply to a vote of thanks at Dubbo, Sir Henry Parkes said that, despite tho alterations in the electoral law and tbe*boaBt of the democracy, ' alf the population were disfranchised. Whilst, amid demo cratic shouting, they laid down the policy of one man one vote, ttiny did not allow one single vote to the whole of the women in the country. He wished to raise his voice in favor of extending the elective franchise, nnd that without delay, to the women of the country. He paid no attention whatever to those caricaturjata who said that if they wero given the franchise, they must be admitted to Parliament. He did not believe that there were many women who wanted to get into that degraded place. But that was no reason why they should not have a vote in electing the men who made the laws they muBt obey. Women shared all the obligations of society; they took a very effective and very intelligent part often...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Mr. Gladstone Invited to America. London, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 June 1894

Mr. Gladstone Invited to America. London, June 19. The committee formed at the instance of Mr. Chauncey Depew, the railway and socio! magnate of New York, to invite Mr. Gladstone to visit the Un ited States, has cabled the right hon orable gentlemen in most coruial terms. The invitation is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone and any members of the family who may feel inclined to visit -America, and members of the household. The committee, after assuring M.'. and Mrs. Gladstone of a most heo-'ty welcome at the hands of the peopfe of the United States, offers to pla;e at the disposal of tho visitors a steamer elaborately fitted up, in order t'at they may cross tho Atlantic with tie least possible inconvenience. Che com munication further states t'at in the ovent of the invitation bei'g 'accepted the committeo havo arranged for the most complete raihva'' facilities in order to make the visit/s enjoyable as possible. The commit«e further of fers to place the cabl' ft Mr. Glad Pj's dispos...

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