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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

agayi, Ancl wifl se ^^^^^^HHQQ^^HpNR^qiiality and price. Having a thoroiM^M^BR^e^^^Ttracto I am. in a, position to select riothing^Hp^d lines. y^.'^* '? ? :. . I am selling. a first-clas^Blucher toot from'-3/3'; Watertights and our Special Cut at prices .that' de£y/coutpetition; \ The fa mous standard screw. Bjucher from. 6/fr, and all other lines equally cbeiv^ i' \ , '. ; , , Remember once more, I iiave been' the means of-reducing'tKe prices of Boots in Dungog. ^XI am tjlsc) selling . ' \\ Groceries- for Cash, only), a,t prices that cannot be cut ; 4lbs Sugar and lib. Tea, 2s. ': y-:' Collin's hammer-headed Fields, 3s Gd ; Shovels, 2s. 6d. : '\ E T. BWNELL,: ? OC3EJ3R. &: EOOT XnX3E-03EC.a?£3£e-, , ^ .1. . DOWLING STREET, DUNGCG.' The School. — ; ? a . JVro-qxTrB -fc Viotoi»ia. A BOARDING SOHOOLFOR BOYS. v. SPECIAL ATTENTION ia paid to Writ ing, Spelling, Composition, and Arith metic. ? All boys learn drill and dancing Terms inolusivo of washing, mending, etc., £119 lis a ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

Local and General. Ball ASuppeb. — A ball and supper will be held atBrookfieldthis evening, in aid of the convent. ? Good music provided; Tenders. — The Municipal Council and Thalaba Boad Trustees have work to let — Vide advertisement. Coktracts. — The following are . the lowest tenders for contracts, opened by G. N. Simpson, Eesident Engineer, Stroud, on the 25th June 1894, ex tracts Nos 19-94, W. 'WilkinB, 34-94, ffm. Farley, 35-94,. S. McPherson, 36-94 W . J. Daunt, 87-94, Geo. Millard, 88-94 Carl Brock, '89-94 ¥m. Farley, 40-94, B. Barnes, 41-94 E. 'Wilks, 42-94, J. 'Westley, 43-94 C. Fletcher, 44-94 J. Westley, 45-94 J. Houghet, 46-94, J. Tattewall, 47-94, L. Gallagher 48-94 Jas. Tattersall, 49-94 J. Dargavel, o0-94, E. B. Pelbeam, 51 94, Hy. Cbadban, 52-94, M Perkins. Gloucesteb Electobate. — The following are the polling placeB for this electorate :-Bullahdelab, Sandy Creek, Barrington, Copeland, Curracabark, Glen Bock, Gloucester, Eauthi, Raw don Yale, Ward's Biver, Bung wal...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Labor Saving. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

Labor Saving. There has lately been patented in Victoria, and exhibited in Melbourne, a new and striking labor-snving in vention. It is 'a billiard pocket emptier,' no less. Those who enjoy tbe delights of a game which is itself a pretty effective breeches pocket emp tier, will be able to do so hencefor ward nfc A minimum i .nta nF trnnhla By means of ? the new contrivance, tbe moment u ball enters any pocket it starts, on the 'cash railway' principle to rapidly travel under the table to a central pocket at the baulk end whence the player can pick it out for use. This will save the man who is ? trying to score a little loss of time, and en able the maker to earn his money with leas exertion, if it isn't considered in his salary, which it will be in the long run. By-aiid by there will probably be an automatic maker, j whereby each performer can keep his own Bcore by pressing a button on the table. In the advanced future the reflection of bis wink may set in operation electrical or ot...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

|| Auction Sales. ' | John Robson . ^iriLL SEiVL at qla yards on ,S AT- If ? T Y - UKDAANljKT, at 2 o'clock, .' lor various ownltrf- . 60 PSlME FAWSIGS. / /, iohMBb^o^. J Zerms ^sh. ' CaMfj^anc^bbott 1TTILL SEL\at 1 J5eir yards on : |W SATUEDAT /EXT, at 1 n.m. W FAT & STORE PIG £/om , Owners. / T / CasB^ v r^™D. 'ijl. — A / BILL A S#m ^?ir.LViE/nsr.D 'J IN THE sMoOLjQqm, This - , T^KE^S a^uble, 4s : V'Mgle, 2? 6d. \ X ( j REV. J. FLYNN. Thalaba lioad. THE TEUsN^Ea^vill meet Intend^ ing ConragjjFors on FRIDAY NEXT, 'at iO: o'3|ck(.8hnrp, at Thalaba Bridge,- to let wdflfci v. I /« s. .t./ai\ton) III H. (pRMlW - Trusteos. , I U JB. ^OOK ), Municipal ^ouiicil. THE WORKS\/lMlTTEE will meet. Intendiill Coiltraulors on Stroud Road on THURSDAY NEXT, at 8 b.lk, to let work* 111 ' ' J. ABBOTT, , / I ' Chairmai. NoTice. TO SCALP HUNTERS. DUNGOG DISTRICT. IN future Sc^3 wiUf lio/dbeived hy Mr. Mackay, atMilbee^nlr on the FIRST FltlDATHnJEACiniONTH, and must be well dried bd^l4 bringing ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

Latest INews. ? [Bv Taleeraph.l SYDNEY. Mondav. Tho Esbank ironworks at Lithgow, are to be closed in consequonco of tho low price of imported iron. There is a second caso of small-pox on board the Sultan, at Perth. The othar pa tient is dead. George H. Reid, m an address to tho electors in King Division, which forms' the manifesto of tlio froetrado party, states ♦Klf tfi +i — T-_ — : ? un i r ' s'_ . '? » -uuiiuf aim ueiioves in protec tion ho ought to declare for duties high enough to seenre tho same. Cummings and Leo are to bo oxocuted on July 20th, at Tcmworth goal. The total amount of quartz crushed at Wyalong to data-is 148 tons, yielding about two ounces 3dwt to the ton. The Newspaper Press Association has been appointed telegraphic correspondents to the Brisbane Courier and other Quwns-' land papers^ LONDON, Sunday. The new Towor Bridgo across the Thames was formally opened by the Prince of Wales on Saturday., The police in Rome have mado a great 150 U'Wn anarc'1'8'8 'n 'bat ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Eskdale. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

Eskdale.;1, ? Jfrom our own Correspondent.) ? : A grand ball nnd supppr was held in the Seabain Union Hall on Friday night lust, and was well attended, there beiug present about thirty 'imip l«p.' ' Mr Thos. -Hughes occupied the position of master of ceremonies, aiid started the, dancers going at about 8 o'clock to the strains of the violin BUp-' plied by Mr S. Bruce, nnsisted by others, and kept on vigourously iin'il midnight, when an intermission ..was mode for supper. All appeared t» do ample j'lstice to the good repast pro vided, nfter which songs were rendered in good style by vnrious local vocalists. Dancing was again commenced, and not uutil the ^rey streaks pf morn wero noticeable did the company dis perse for home,' after thoroughly enjny ing a good night's dancing. I may re mark that since my last report the Union Hallhas had a thorough pre paring, being nic.ely lined,' so that now the over sufficient number of ventila tors are done away with. ~ This winter has undoubtedly...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Crushed by a Tree. A WHOLE FAMILY KILLED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

Crushed by a Tree. ? : A ^Whole RsiiiiiY Kit, led. | \ c Melbovbne, Friday. , ' ^Idwity of a most shocking rial :ftufe.^^urred on Monday night tM SaBsafrar, on the Dandenong Settle- 1 JLfew minutes past 9 thosei Htfltfin (theivicinity of Hagboom'al crash of a falling tree J 'followed- bytagoriising Bhrieks. Nothl . ing was done at the time to ascertain ; unuscj uun wuuu uttjr ufuao i-uui neighbours witnessed a ghastly spec/ ' tacle. ,v',An immense tree had fallen across' 'Hagboom's hut with terribla results. Haghoom himself was on tba bed smashed almost to a. pulp. Mrsl Haghooi^: was so dreadfully injurecl thatsfrjf .lingered for only two hours, : and |Ke'child Eoee was mangled and . Broken beyond recognition. A baby ; ? of a year and ten months escaped with . - great gash in the foot. In another bed the eldest girl, Dolly, escaped . a cut face ; a cat lying beside her be ting smashed flat as a plate. Other pefjplq in the vicinity were injured.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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"They Say" [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

'They. Say' That new mochinery will tie erected at Monkerai, in. connection vvith the/ miDOs in the neor futuro. That Geo. Kelly is sinking a shaft on hiB lOa. lease at Monkerai, ' / ?- That work is still steadily progress-; itig at Cobark. xnat mr mptunnon haa not Been enthusiastically' received in the Glou cester electorate. ' ? That T^r. Hart. is stumping the nor thern part of the district, and Mr. J. Dun, Single-taxer,. has' dropped en tirely out of the running. That the:contest will reBolve itself into n fight between Mr. Price and Mr. Hart. That a meeting of the show com mittee will be held on Friday n^xt. That the nomination of oificebenr ers for the Farmers' Association tsok place yesterday. That we have been enjoying splendid winter weather. That'l&r Wade intends to fight to a finish with Mr Brown for. the Durham seat. ' , That electors' will have to take care of their rights or they will be unable to Vute. Tnat Miss May Granville's charm ing rendition of the song, ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

f THOS. BAKER^ I ' P r a c ti'ca 1. Tailor, Dowliiig-streot, DUNQOGk B'EGS to return thanks to bis numerous i : customers for t.hair past support, and J m*uecj by strict attontion to business, to merit a cjntinuanoo of their patronago. | Caere is ,no need uend awa^ for Clothes whtJiithoy can bo mado as 'Cheap aCf^). n8 Ujod in the town. J»'- A iS&ft Fit Guaranteed.' My Tweeds, Cloths, Doeskins, Serges, Llamas, Buckskins, Worsted a *d Beavei Coatings, t Bedford and. Manphostor Oordsj , Hair Lines, Etc. Are all j-f the ' Best Materials to pick from, and well shrunk before making up. stifle The W.R.S.N. Co. (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. ' The Company's Steamer Cooreei eaves Olarence Town with. Passengers ? and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED ' NESDAYS, and EKIDAYS at 9.30 ' and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS - at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. . R. LYALL, Secretary. J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTCHER DiuxgoS- . rN tnling this opportunity-to thank the public for past support, wish...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

* PontiiRitKn EVuny ? , ?? TUESBAl U VD FRIDS I' Mornings. : ? ' - AND CONTAINS ? ' Latest Telegraphic, ?- Commercial, Local -$? General Newt. TERMS (in Advance; Por Quarter ? ? 6s Pcr'Yoar'-' ... — ? — Z0»

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 3 July 1894

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Prospecting Board Room, Deportment of Mines and Agriculture, Sydney, 27th June, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Prospecting Board Room, . ' Department of Mines- and Agriculture, Sydney, 27th June, 1894. 8ir,— -In reply to your enquiry 1 have the honor to forward you herewith the result of Minister's decision in connection with . .'applications made by the following parties .for aid from the Prospecting Vote : — T. Borham and party, Bowmun, about 6 miles north from Copeland were aided to continue their bUtt snait, other lUlttt at 12s 6d_per foot for the first 50ft and 15b .....pir-foot for the second 50ft. Thomas Ryan and party, Ryans Lead, near Copeland, to drive along the reef from the lowest level in their deepest shaft 100ft at 15s per foot. John Sullivan, the Sawyer line of reef, near Copeland, to continue their 50ft tun nel other 50ft at 2Cs per foot. W: O. Skillen, Monkerai, to sink a shaft to a depth of 100ft at the rate of 10s per foot for the first 50ft and 15s per foot for , the second 50ft, thereafter to drive from tlie lowest level along the reef 100ft at 7b , 6d per foot. | Chubb...

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Public Works Department. Sydney, June 8th, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Public Worl;8 Department. Sydney, Juno 8th, 1894. I Sir, — \Vith reference to the letter of the ^ 18tb,April last' presented by'you ' from Mr - S. Farley, of Barrington, in which he draws , v attention to. the damage done by floods to ' Bocky Crossing nn the road from Barring ' ' ton to the main C'obark road, I am directed to inform you tbati the necessary repairs have been carried out and tho crossing is now reported to be in good order. ?I have the honor to be, etc., J. B1RLING, Under Secretary.

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Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 30th May, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Postal and Electric Tolegraph Department, General Post Ofiice, Sydney, 30th May, 1894. Sir, — In reply to your communication dated the 15th in&t. respecting tho repairs to the Copeland North Post Office nnd . wlfich was held over pending the return of tho Postmaster General from the western district, owiner to its beinir addressed to Mr Iiidd personally, I am direeted to in timate that a report will bo obtnined from an inspector in the matter, and you will be ? apprised of the result thereof. ? I have the honor to be, etc., S. H. LAMBTON, Deputy Postmaster General.

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General Post Office, Sydney, 30th May, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

General Post Oflico, Sydney, 30th May, 1894. Sir,— With reference to your communi cation of the 15th instant further respect ing the repairs of tho Nelsons Bay Post . , and Telegraph office, and which was held over pending the return of the Postmaster General from the western districts, owing to its being addressed to Mr Kidd per sonally, I am directed to intimato that a further report has been called for in the matter, and you will bo advisod as soon as a decision is arrived at. I havo the honor to be, otc., S. H. LAMBTON, Deputy Postmaster General.

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General Post Office, Sydney, 25th June, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

General Post Ofiice, Sydney, 2utli J nne, 1894. Sir, — I nin directeil by the Postmaster General to acquaint you that your letter dated 14th instant upon the subject men tioned below, is under consideration, iind ?. that a further communication respecting it I will be addressed to yon as soon as a de cision has been arrived at in tho matter. I have the honor to be, etc., S. H. LAMBTON, Deputy Postmaster General. Subject : — For the establishment of a Receiving Office at the diggings j about 7 miles from Monkerni.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

? Tho leaders of the railway strikes in v -America dcclarb that the disputes havo ? developed into a fight between union ism and capital. 1 Tho railway mon on strike- in America have already resorted 'to vio lence, Beiziug and derailing several trains. : ( , ? .

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Cau^flWfcrs. FOE SaNe nt theif^ION on Sat ?tfBD^^taxT.-j^Dray load of Cauliflowers. £2 A WEEK AND upwards may be made by either Bex working evenings and taking orders for us. Permanent work if re quired. Enclose stamp for particulars. NOVELTY IMPORTING CO., Sydney. References given. \ Electoife' D UiHAM. Mr. C/ JODTJFFY 'TWILL ADSBEg® the ELECTORS . I BEO^KMELD, Juiitfeaii., 7.30 pH-y at Blacksmith's I DTONGOG-. I Jijlt 7th., 7.3Q^-.m., LillymBajB Hotel. BAN$ON GROVE,' ? JuiiX 9rijv7.30 p.m., Post Office. Notice. TENDERS are called fo/ Splitting and Erecting a STfBJSTlNTIAL TWO RAIL PENCE;/ o/e/ile and a quarter, more or less, hi/tab Barring ton River. j The lowest or any tefcder not neces sarily accepted. / '? Tenders to close on the 14th Day op July, {V894. Tenders to be addressed to the undersigned, from whom all informa tion any be obtained. ANGUS BEATON, ? Barrington ..... ARteMY. AMEE'RIlfe of ladiannterested in arrajfcinl tre.it f the children on Arboi/DiwVull Joe held at the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

' Cbiitainly tlio best medicine)' Mown, is Sander and Sons' Eucalypti Extract. .Test its eminently powerful effects in cougjhs, coUs, influenza — tlie relief is instantaneous. . iii serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy — no swelling, no inflnmation. Liko surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, ; inflammation of the lungs, swellings,, etc. y ? . tliiirrlicca, 'rlysentry, diseases of the Krfjbys - - x _ and ^iria'arv organs. In uso at l]0spi^,y*nd ilWbcjal clinics all ovor tho globoeKjpa ronised by His Majesty the King of Italy, crowqcd with medal nnd diploma'1it'tTri^er national Exhibition, Amsterdam. Tr My in this approved article, and reject; as : others. ? ' ;

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