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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Local and General. New Comi'ant. — We are pleased to, learn that a company is to be formed in Dungog with a capital of £10,000, in 20,000 shares of 10s each, for the purpose of developing certain mining properties nt Wan gat. It is also tile intention of the company to assist prospectors who hare claims, to de velop thoir reefs, and where found expedient to erect iinchinery of tbe latent designs. A Inrge number (if townspeople have expressed their ap proval of the movement, and it Is likely that the shares will be eagerly taken up. Tho name of the company will be the Dunpog Co-opprative Mill ing Company. We wi.'l be in a p-ml- ? tion to give further details concerning the company when the prospectus Is issued. Wonoa Wonqa. — We learn that Saxby and party at the Wonga Wonaa mine lire now rnisinj; some beautiful stone, and when the battery is ready they will have 180 tons at grasb, which they anticipate will go o*er two ounces. Mr W. A. Smith has secured a claim on the west of this mt...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Apple Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Apple Culture. In order to obtain the best reults from the apple orchard it -vill always pay to select the most suitable situation that is obtainable, for though the ap ple will grow almost anywhere yet under certain conditions it will do much better than under others not so favourable generally speaking, a gentle 1 slope to the north — north-east '??is to be preferred (says the Agricultural Gazette). Too steep a slope is not desirable, as the ground is apt to wash badly with heavy falls ot rain, ' especially if it is kept in the high state of cultivation that is so .necessary for successful culture — especially in the warmer and drier districts of the colony. Every advantage should be taken of the natural shelter that may exist. Cold frosty hollows should be av oided, owing to the possibility of injury to the blossoms from frost in such, places. Open ]!-lain country, subject to heavy . 'windstorms should also be av oided, but if no other; site be available, then, before planting, t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Latest liews; [Ry Telegraph.! SYDNEY. Monday. A mooting of tho Esocutivo ' Coun cil was held this morning:* and a pro clamation dissolving Parliament was issued. .! ' Lena and Cummings convicted of tho murdor of Mr. McKay, at Barraba, havo been sentenced to death. When condemning Cummings to death after the Judge had said, 'May the Lord have mercy om your soul,' tho pri soner retorted, 'May the Lord have mercy on your soul, for passing Ben tonce on me an innocent man.' The death sentence against Ouinmingsis to bo appealed against, on tbe grounds of misdirection of the jury in regard to the prisoner I'uing an accessory before nm-1 after tbe fact. Hugh Rich, tho teller of tho Nationnl Bank, Christ Church, New Zealand, has confessed to stealing five hundrod sovereigns which mysteriously disappeared from the Bank some days ago. A meeting of the operative baking trade considered the action of the offi cers of the society continuing to boycott despite the 'decided vote against such a proc...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Interesting Case. UNDER THE FENCING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Interesting Case. , UNDER THE FENCING ACT. . A case of great interest to house holders generally and to those settling in districts jn-t opened came before his Honor Judge Backhouse in the Dis-' trict Court this morning. The case was under the Fencing Act, and was one in which a resident of Rockdale sued several of his adjoining neighbors for a.shrtre of the cost of the erection of a fence. The feme, it appeared, improved all the properties. The plaintiff gave the neighbors notice that he was going to construct the fence, and at once proceeded to do bo, and allowed six months to elapse be Fore he made. -a claim on them for a portion of the cost. He, however, had read the act wrongly according to his Honor. The Judge pointed out that the Act said that the person intending to construct a fence should first of all give notice to his adjoining' neighbors of his intenti(^i, and then wait six months, and unless they during that period constructed fences ha could un dertake the work, and t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Correspondence. It must be diatinctlj' understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for tho opinions expressed by our correspondents. To the Editor. Sir — Will you kindly allow mespr.o i in your valuable, paper to make a com ment 're' the taxing of private wharves or jetties. During the past week we have been visited by an official who informs us that any wharf not being paid for must be rt-moved. The maj ority of the population on the banks of the Williams Kiver are farmers who ship tjieir produce to Newcastle, Syd ney and elsewhere by the W. It. Com pany's steamers and for their own convenience have constructed small jetties to the edge of deep water to enable steamers to lay alongside to take in cargo. Those who aro not farmers, being storekeepers, dealers, etc, have on equal need of a wharf. Now, Mr. Editor (judging by any fairness) is it not absurd in the highest possible de gree for tho Government to enforce such a tax upon the farmers and people in general at tho pres...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Melbourne Tragedy. FRASER'S DEATH. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Melbourne Tragedy. FRASER'S DEATH. Melbourne, Friday. Tffe following extracts from the diary of John Fraser, who it is sup posed was shot by Mrs Anderson, have been furnished by the police : — April 2: Met Anderson, and Bhe made slanderous statements to the effect that I was living illegally with my wife. ? April 6: Met Anderson at the Fede ral Coffee Palace by appointment, and went for a walk with her. She agreed to withdraw the action, which was only brought to coerce me into marrying her. She received, a telegram inform ing her that I was about to marry, and she left Sydney by the express with a revolver, determined to prevent the marriage, even by Jdeath of us both. I had been married three days. ' April 7 : Anderson showed mo a re volver yesterday, loaded in five cham bers, which she intended to shoot me with had I been free and refused to marry her. I . expressed sorrow for her, and said I was not responsible for her lo 7e for me. June 6: I met Anderson and she asked me to lea...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Municipal Council ? — ? ; :4: The usual fortnightly meeting of. tho j above Council was held on Friday evening last, at which the following woro present— Aid. Hooke (Mayor), Aid. Bruyn, Abbott, Qobson, Dork and Walker. , Tho minutes of the previous meet7 ling were read and confirmed. Letters t'rom the Department of Public Works were read acknowledg ing the receipt of communications from the Council, in reference to the works in Dowling-streot, and the im provement of the bridgeover the Wil liams ltiver. A letter was received from the De partment of Lands stating that tho application by the Council for a plot of land whereon to deposit night s--il would be referred to the District Sur veyor. ? ? ' - Statistical Municipal returns for the past half-year were then read, which are to be sent to the Statistician's ? office, Sydney. . ? A letter was also read from the Electric Telegraph Department, in forming the Council that it would cost £7 to remove :the telegraph poles as required by t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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COBARK. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

COBARK. The Mountain Hero, claim, Burley & mates, completed a crushing of about 50 tons for filteen pennyweights per' ton, and the r. suit I am informed is satisfactory to the owners. Crush ing and carting combined only co-ts nine shillincs and sixpence a ton, so that half bunce st'n« in most of the claims opened up will pay good wages. 21/6/94. ?

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

9 Tho only Papor published - in the Duiiham Electorate. : ^ An .excellent ADVERTISING ; , . ' 31 E JJ I U K . Casual AdvortisomenU : ?/'?.« Por Inch ? ? 1 3s Every subsequent Inch 1/6 ? Special Lorn Quotation* for Standing Advertisements. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Ptmi,IMH-I- EVERY . ? . TUESDAt WD FRIDAY Morning*. AND CONTAINS Latest Telegraphic, Commercial, Local -$? General News. TERMS (in Advunco) Por Quarter ? Bs j Pe£Year ? : ? 20a j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

WATCHES. kU R 0 UAB ANTBEDTO 01TB EVEUY SATISFACTION OTHRIiWISB WILL BR BXOHAN0BD. 813 George-St., Sydney. (Opposite Railway Station) ( Tlio'unrtaiicd Kvylvss 20e. ) Watop:. A Stronp. Roll- ( 20s. ' ' (. nblo, Cheap fatoh* ) TCnglishLover, futl»jewollcd,com -- «£2 j OS. 3 nonsation balanco, 2 years' J Cguaranteo. f My unequallod English Lovor, J53 1GS.« full covered cap, patont notion, \ 3 years' guaranteo. f My special Key or Koyless English £4 1 Lover, compensation balance, patent '( notion, 3 years guaranteo f First-class Koy orKeylessRnglish £4 10S. \ LeTcr, full covered nap, patent, C band finished. 4 years' guarantee. / Firat-clnss JCoy or Keyless English ne ) jiover, compensation balanco, full* ?k' 1 covercd cap, hand finishod, 5 years* (. guarantee. /'Tho ACME English T.orer, full chro Ij8 - nometor balanco, adjusted, 15 ruby J jewels, a correct timekcopcr, G years (.guarantee. * v Fir-back Minuto CHRONOGRAPHS 08 8b. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10a. Six Tears' guarantee. Highly recom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

THt)S. BAKEK, ? P r a c t i c a 1 Tailor Dowling-street, DUNGOG to rotiirn thanks to his numTon ouBtomors for thsir past Biipport, ant itf ubci by striot attention to business, to merii « ujattnuaneo ,o£ their patronago. I'flore 18 no need t* aend away fop Clothei wttenthey can bo *nade as Gboap and ai Good in tho town. A. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Twccdd, OlotliP, Doeskins, Stfrgos; ^ Llamas, 'Buckskins, Worsted a d Bpivvoi coatings, Bedford and Manchester Cords, ITair Linos,* Eic. Aro nil of tho Beet Material to pick from, . and woll shrunk boforo making up. The W.R.S.N. Co. (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer ,.Cooreei ? eavea Clarence Town with Passengers and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED ? NESDAYS, and FKIDAYS at 9.30 ' a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. : ' R. LYALL, Secretary. . J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTCHER. SnxxBroB1. XN taking this opportunity to thank tho publio for past support, wishes to inform Inhabitants of...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

MINING. Sullivan & party have just com pleted putting a truck road into the tunnel on the Sawyers' RoeF. Chubb & party at the C-ntennial R'-ef have .also finished laying tramline into their tunnel, and will be ready to begin driving on Monday. Ryan & party are now driving along the course of the reef from the bot tom of the shaft, which is about 40ft. With the help received from the Pros pecting Vote by various parties, things should brighten np a little on the field. '

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Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Oopeland. ( Prom our own Correspondent.) Mr. F. Stone, asnistnnt post master, met wiih'nn accident a couple '?£ days since, inflicting ceveral nasty bruises on his hody, while climbing tho stair-. way up the embankment into the yard which ia about filteen feet high. While wending, one of the planks in tho stairs gave way as he was approach ing tho top and lie received a sevoro shaking in the fall. Tho post and telegraph ofllco is id n most disi/rttceful statu for need of repair. It is a sftamo tnav. pmuic buildings are allowed to go to ruin for the want of a small expei. ditnrp. It is time that an ..fficer was sent to re I'ort'upon our post nnd telegraph ? llice if it is to be saved from going to wreck. Since a Deputy Electoral/ Registrar has been appointed several applications havo been made by pi-rsonR chiefly at CMiark tor Electors' Rights having just completed the time required by the new Act to quality them to a, vote. Senior Constable Griinsbaw spared lv labour or pains in col...

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Church Services. JULY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Church Services. y : ^ JULY. r.-- ,t.. Ghttb.ch or England Sup$ityiYJuly 1st.— Dungo? 10.30 (EI. ????'' Rev. J. Vosper, 7, Mr Fus ?'j-,- st 11 , Clarence Town 7, Rev. J. V ??'* ' Vosper ; Chichester.iQ_.30, Beu ? . dolba 3, Mr i'ussell. fa '? J. TOSPKR, Incumbent. -^^X^pSBYTEUIAN.. ^SnbbatiiilSf auly.— D ungog 10 30 and fp . r~ 7, Ef^iidon Grove 3, Rev. D. ' Baird ; Big Creek, 10:30, Mr 0. . A. Mackay. v HEV. D. BAIED. r . Wbsi.btan. Sabbath l^ti-^-Duncog 10.30, Rev. It. J T^adftto^,^, Mifs Huggart ;.j Teltgfferry ^10.80, Monkerai f Union Church), 2.30, and (School o£ Arti), 7, Kev. , F. Dixon; ' - Fosterton 3, Helper. ' Wednesday— Dungog 7.30, liev. F. -J» Dixon. ?yi' REV. J?. DIXON. - - t Baptist. Lord's Day, 1st. — Thalaba 3, Lord's Supper, 7,. Evangelistic Service, « , Pastor K. J. Middlet-m. Wednesday, 7, Prayer Meeting. R. J. MIDDLETON, . ' ' Pastor.

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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Sydney Markets. 1 Sydney, Monday. . r^^i'iotir — steady. Victorian sion.' »l £7 ; lost roller, £7 10s to £7 V ; 15n p«t fmi. || ' Wheat — New nitllinu — to'ietnal, ' jt cMck wheat. ttood whole sinuji!ei-, uum ;|f \ lhully, 2m 8*1 .per bun. , I ? Maize. — Steady. Piime dry quoted ' i VWA* ft la 10(1 per |'U* ; damaged, fr»ui Is 7d upwards. t i Potatoes — Fair. Circular Head, £2 15h to £3. ' ? i; Butter — Animated demand; creamery i -» ? . and beat brands of factory, 10d-$; fac tory, 0-1 to 10J ; dairy, 7d to 9d per lb ; ' Alurigoe' district, 7il to 10d£ ; pastry, 1 3-Jd to Oil. 1 !{ ? Bacon — hand cured, Gd to GJd j, ..I machine cured, 5d to- 5Jd ; middlep, 7»i / : 10 8il. Hums — Dull. Colonial, 8d to 9d machine-cured, 6d to 7d p-r lb. :? ; Honey— Quiet. ^ 2-f -o 2^fl per lb -,i for pure. Lard — In demand ; finely' rendered ???-:,? in bladdors, 4gd lo 5J ; bulk3^dto4d - per lh. ?-4 / Cheeao — Steady demand; best, m v. .brands of ordinary, 2£d to 3d ; second, -v» ? 2il to 2Jd , prime ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Auction Sales.: j Jolm Ilo^Sfi WILL SELL i\t his^nrdsou Satub- i dav NictT.a/l o'clock, 100 PrimeWAT BACON PIGS. I * 30 Hfai/MBPED CATTLE nnd springMs. \ ( Turina On»h. ? Valuable PROPERTY SALE. Carlton and Abbott HAVE receivedinstructions from Mrs Nash, to sell by auction, at Ron.* son's Hotet,, Dungojr, on SATUR, DAY, 30th June, 1894y a/2 o'clock — 230 ACRES of iA^hly-improved GnAZiW and /'Aoiucur/ruitAi, LANDV.situatojf' on Sugar-loaf Creek, aitvut /L\ mile from the rising To\nsliyf) of Dungog. This property WSlsnced and cleared, a great dea/wfrSit being burnt off, and iB aaialraWy adapted for a SlaughtoriimV Paddock or Dairy Farm, An a specumtors or those requiring^ a hc\fie slujuld not lose this pppjcrtunitV of securing a snug/litt/e properVy' so cohvenient ly f/itu/ted to uiV of the best market/ in' the coloty. Terms — Ofie-third Cash, \lie balance, One, Two, and Three Years in equal instalments, secured on the property in the usual way, and bearing interest at the rate of 6 p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

CsUTAiNl.Y tho best mcdicino known is 1 Sander and Sons' Eucalypti Extract. Test 1 its eminently powerful effects in coughs, f Scbldjf, influenza — tlio relief is instantaneous: tt f'-c: v Jp serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, to they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, V ^sprains, it is the safest remedy— no swelling, no inilamation. Like surprising effect* produced in croup, riiphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellinss, etc. ; f . ' diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In use at hospituls and ^ medical clinics all over tho glolie; pa .? rorfiscd by Ilis Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with medal' and diploma at Inter - national Bxhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all others. Monkeiiai Road. — Mr. T. Higgins ' has just completed his contract on the north end of-the Monkerai road in a ' very creditable manner. Numerous culverts, which were ^washed nway i ;? dunlin tb? i.ute floods between Dungog art...

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The Barraba Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

The Barraba Murder. The trial nf-tho men Lees andCuin mings at the Tamworth Circuit Court last wook, creoted groat excitomont, and a 'large body of tho public- wero unable to gain admittance to tho court. Mr Rogers Q C., appeared fo- the prosecutions. Loes was defon o ' by Mr L. Armstrong, and Cumining.-t by MYR. D. Meacher. A lod named Dyson, swore to recog nising Cummings at Barraba, on tho day of the murdor, and the evidence of others went to show that L'e and Cummings were together on and after tho u.urder. Both occrs-d madesta;e moots to the jury as follows :: — CUMMINGS' STATEMENT. Cummings said : Gentleman, I am innocent We e I to give ail account to my Maker in moving from this dock I could do so, as I had noth ing to do with tho murder, of Mr. ICcKay. N;-r was I in Barraba on ? that day or tho day previo'is. . I have, however, something to say, something I have not hitherio revealed.' A few days before the Boggubri r--ce.s a cer tain man asked if I would lend hiin- a horse,...

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Monkerai Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 26 June 1894

Monkerai Goldfleld. On Saturday a party of gentlemen visited- the Monkerai Goldfield, amongst whom were Mr Montigresti (manager of the A.J.S. Bank, Ray mond Terrace), Mr Chas. Upfold (managing director of the Sydney Soap and Candle Co.), and Mr S.'B. Day (manager of the Bank of N.S.W., Dungog). The party visited Moore's claim, where the rich specimens were ob tained, but no work has been done in the shaft for some time, so there is very little to report. The reef looks well, and we should not be surprised to hear of another rich pocket of gold being found there shortly. Towns & party have their claim nicely opened out, and have a good show of stone, but the want of ma chinery seems to paralyse all energy, in the direction of getting out quartz. Langworthy's lode was, of course visited, and from what we can see of it, they should do a good thing out of the find. On the west of Langworthy a Dun gog Company have a five acre lease, they have not yet found the lode,' but from pre...

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