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Good Teeth and how to keep Them. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Good' Teeth and how to i keep Them. Good .or bad teeth are generally an inheritance. Those who aro ' n't blessed with beautiful teeth hare all tho more cause for attending to them pro perly. As a matter of cleanliness, and a means of aiding the preserva tion and enhancing the beauly of the teeth, unerasing daily attention should be bestowed upon them. Even the possessors of very bad teeth can t lien console themselves -with the fact that they have sweet, cle;m mouths ' and fragrant breaths. ' If the teeth are properly cleansed every day they will not ne^d polishing at any time, except in the effort- to remove the stains caused by illhealth or medicines. There are many powders, dentrifices, and mouth washeB offered for public use, and each claims superior advan tages. Those which are recommended us sure t - whiten the teeth should be avoided, as they contain ingredients whirh eventually destroy them. Char conl Btands at ihe.ht-ad of all tooth powders, as it cleases the teeth, ond pur...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Richest Patch in the World: [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

The Richest Patch in the World: The newB this week from Goolgardie of the marvellous find at the London derry, mine is like a page out of a fairy tale, and' arouseB an interest . , before which even politics pale their ^ ineffective fires. Imagine six lucky miners dividing over £25,000 as the result of about six weoks work. Fairy tales are nothing to the account which ^^B Mills who wns a boundry rider at Jerilderee giveB of bis discovery of this new El Dorado. Tbo rich shoot stood out tbree feet above the surface. It took no prospecting to find it, says the lucky man, he saw the gold twenty feet away sticking out of the solid white quartz, as well as the noonday sun, and walked across and stuck his hat on a junk of gold. Fancy that ^^^Bfora hat peg; however, he did not ^^^Kquito lose his head, but knocking off magnificent specimens, carried back to the camp and cooeyd bis mates. It seems that only o of the men were miners, Elliott Dan son : of the others, one, Gar had kept a produco...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The New Rich Find. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

The New Rich Find. !! Mr. Scantlebury, of Sydney; arrived . j| at Perth from Coolgardie on Monday, bringing ample confirmation' of the good news concerning the Londonderry - reef. Th9 lucky.' holci&s of the lense 1 are Messrs Miller, Gardiner, Carter, j and D*wsop, from New South Wales ; ; and Elliot odd Huxley, from Victoria. 1 Mr SoarjtlebUry describes the discovery bb a wonderful one. He snvs that if the inir(e^oes down 100ft it is worth ? v. millions of pounds. Dollying opera tions now furnish lOOOozs a day. The reef is large_ below. Experts agree that the specimens are the most mag ' \ nificent ever seen in .Australia. .The k j r 'fit was continually kept covered with ? order' to avoid discovery. V^b&e saw the reef the gold -was ? '?-, rovering the top surface all over the face of the atone. Mr Scantlebury j says lie offered £25,000 for a half in , terest, and the offer wns refused - be J cause gold of that value was already in sight. The future of tho mine depe...

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

Local and General. Concert. — The amusement-loving portion of the public are reminded that the concert in aid of the local cricket club will be held in the Cen tennial Hall, this evening. Political. — Mr, Jno Wade will address the electors at Clarence Town to-night, and on Saturday at Bropk field at 3 p m., and Dungog at 8. p.m ? Protectionist. — Mr. E. A, Pricp has been selected by the Protectionist party, Sydney, as their condiijate foy Gloucester. It is possible t^ar Mri, McKinnon will withdraw in hi$ favor. Weather. — The keen frosts an-j fine dry days we are favored with ar$ making grass and water very scarce, and stock look pretty miserable, but the farmers do not complain, as it wil\ Bweetoa the ground for cultivation. The A. A. Co. — The Australian Agricultural Company has declared a dividend of 27s 6d per share. This company has 20,000 shares of the paid up value of £21 10s each, the dividend upon which in each of the two last years has been 55s per share. But a considerabl...

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

Official Cprrespondence. We hnve received tho following Offi cial correipondonce from 11. A. Price, Esq,,' Sydney, for publication: — General Post Office, Sydney, 25th June, 1894. Sir, — I am directed by tlio Postmaster Gonernl to acquaint you that your letter dated 14th instunt upon tho subject below, is under consideration, unrt that a further communication respecting it wi|I bo ad dressed to you as soon as a decision lias boon arrived at in tho mutter. 1 havo the honor to be, etc., ' S. II. LAMBTON, Deputy Postmaster General. Subject For tho cstiibliff jnent of a Receiving Office at ' Cobarl? Diggings,' (Copeland.)

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Latest Mews. [By Telegraph.'! SYDNEY, Thursday. The Premier of Victoria, stated in the Assembly that he -would be glad to make a beginning with Federation by a union with N. S. Wales. The refreshment room has been abolished in the New Zealand Parlia ment House. At the burning of the wool shed at the Ayrshire Downs, Queensland,* the station was surrounded by twenty armed' men who threatened to shoot the station hands it' they interfered to stop the fire. It it reported that two. miles of the teleghone wire at the Oondooroo sta tion have been destroyed. The wool shed was saved from the fire with much difficulty. Fully sixty claims on gold at Garan gula yield prospects ? ranging from a few grains to over 5dwts per dish. Miss Enid Stetwell, daughter of the Divisional Engineer for Roads, at Bathurst, committed suicide with her fathers revolver. The Manifesto to the electors by tbe Labor Electoral League conjures people to vote against the treacherous miscreants .who are at this critical ...

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 — 6 July 1894

MAITLAND. E. W. Sparke's Repoht. Fat' Cattle.— Supplies yesterday were fairly heavy) biddings were less animated than at last week's Bales and prices consequently were lo,war for ft all qualities. I have sold— On ac- rf - count of A. W. Nivison, cows from.// - £1 10s to £2 2s, 4 at £1 7s Gd ; Wj .: 1 Buffier, bullocks from £3 to £3 -i6sj :/ ? ' 0. Kennedy, cows at £2 ; E. Iiogan, bullocks from £3 10s to £4 7u' ditto from £-8. to £3; Geo. Tbomas, light bullocks from £2 to £2 12s, cowa from £1 15s to£26s; J. B, A. Burne, cows from £2 4s to £3 lis ; Theo. Cooper, bullocks from £2 14s 6d to £3158; D. Maloney, bullocks from £2 6s 6d to £3 7s; Pigs. — Very large numbers forward, nnd with only a very limited demand „ prices wire lower for all classes. . jj i! Milcl, .Cows. — The dema£^^M|^BjL limited ahd prices lower^MM^ ^ at higlipst obtainabjj^^^^H^^^^^^. West Maftl-nd, J -

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

The only Paporpubllshocl, in tlie DuwiaM , ,«?*' Electorate. 17) An excellent ADVERTISING ' . MEDIUM finmml Advurtisftinnnifl . Por Inch ? & Every subsequent Inch 1/C Special Low Quotation* for Standing Advertisements ?

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

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

0. HERB. BUTTON, A RCHITtSJOT, ?, A IT D ' ' Drawing Master. — DUNGOG. — Plans, Etc., Prepared. Glasses held on feidays ot7.30 , p.m., and on SATURDAYS at 10 a.m., at ODDFELLOWS' HALL. ' Full particulars on Application. \ ' Communications addressed to Chron icle office -will receive immediate at . ? . tention. . Agent for the 'Australian Agricul ? turalist.' ? f M'Laugllin ? f j And! {-| A Ha-ryie BEG- to anno infce} to j thf fiublin that they j j j| |i || Have Started, Jfa^biass in Dvmq&i} f | — M T'?r- l-.fr Tailors and| pfofittprs. jPEIOES TO SU^T THp; TiMtES. Address Opposite Bank of ST. S. Waxes. ? a ? | A. M. P. Socieiy. ? r - ^ ? AfiBuro AT ONCE, and g£- th Full Year's Bonus; . H. H. SOPPET, t h \ , A ^ ^ Agenfc j ? , -,ri Removed to ''?» jRobson's Settlerp' Asms Hotel, 1 -* ? ? Pvuigog ( .. 4 ' *j Business Directory. ? West M aitl and. JB. MACARTNEY, High-at., Sign , writer, Decorator, Picture Framo ' ? Maker. Photo enlargements from 12a Gd. - ? X- 1 Ii, PENDER, Manu...

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

THOS; BAKER^' P vL% c t i G a I T a i 1 o r , ; ' Vowliiig-strect, m'NOOO. BEGS to return, t.lmnks to Ins numtrous customers for.th sir pnst support,, and wubcj by strict nttontion to business, t't merit V mnfinimnoo of tlioir' patronugo. ? Vn0 ncc^ ^ ' send iiwity for Clothes wnuntp5yr ciin bo umdo as Cheap and as Gdud in tlio town. , A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. ' ? ' ? ' M- ? ' ...T\vco(1b, Cloths, * q. : ' Doeskins, Serges, ? : ' ? ? . - r,. : v . Llamas, Buckskins, Worsted a d Beiwei \-onti.ngs, . . . ' Bedford mid Jtunclifftor Cords, I Huir Lines. Tito. ? : i Aro all of tlio Best. Materials to piok from, and well shrunk before milling 'P- : The AV lt.S.N. Co. ?? (LIMITED), ? . ' CLARBN C'ETOWN. The Company's Steamer Coorce; weaves Clarence Town willi Passengers unci Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS 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, Vyr'p AMILY BUTCH Hi -R. ^ Dims0...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Sydney. Markets. 1 Sydney, Thursday. . Flour — Steady. Victorian atone-- wj ? from £7 ; best roller, £7 10s to £7 ' vA 12j Gd per ton. ? - Wheat — New milling — nominal, chickwheat, good' whole samples, npm- .„ inally, 2e 8d to'2s 9d per bus. i _ , Maize. — Steady. Trime dry quoted at 28 per. bus ; damaged, 'from Is , 9d upwards. v ? '-yj . Potatoes — Fair. Circular Hpad, ? ? i £2 15s to £3 ; loco I Brownell's £2 15s . ; :-t Butter — Animated demand; creamery and best brands of factory, lOdJ; fac- / . ? \ tory, 9d to lOd ; dairy, -7d to 9d per lb j\ : ^ y | Mudgee district, 7d to 10di ; pa ?|*y, ~ is 3Jd to 5d. ! : Bacon — band cured, 6d to 5Jd ; : ? ? - J/ macbine cured, 4d to 4£d ; middles, 7d to 8d.' --Vi:;:; - Hams— Dull. Colonial, 8d to 9d . ???--?* :,-n machine-cured, 6-1 to 7d per lb. : Honey — Quiet. 2d to2£d per lb * ' for pure. :-?-! Lard — In demand ; finely rendered .- ? in bladders, 4&d to 5d ; bulk 8jjd t? 4d - perlb.. . Cheese — Steady demand ; Vest - | brands...

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

DUNGOG H. C. Dark & Co. report na follows it— . i r : Maize: Dungog, la 7dj Clarence Town, Is -vv-'- Eggs, 6d to 7d do». Dull. Cl.aff, 8s to 4s. Bacon, 3d to 4d Butter, 8i to lOd oer lb. . , Cedar, Board, 15i to 16s per 100ft. Ducks, lsfjd to Is 9d '? Fowls, Is 6d to Is 9d i - Potatoes, 3s 6d to 4s owt. f Oats, 2j to 2* 6d . .-V--':/ . Beeswax, 6d to 8d per lb. Cape Barley, 2s 6d; English barley, 2s 8d. ? Edward Piper reports .? ; - Maize, still very dull of sale ; Dungog, ll 8d ; * 'j x Clarence Town, Is lOd, i n*. Eggs, dull. Will buy at market rates. Cedar, 12s to 16s. ' Oats, 2s to 2s 6d. ? . Barley, 3s to 3s 6d. - Potatoes, 4s to 6s. . -. 1 Honey, lis per tihi j slightly better in pneo. ' Beeswax, wanted in any quantity, Gd to 9d. -? ? Tobacco leaf, 3d to 4d. Dull. . Bocon, 3d to4d. \ ?;

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Miscellaneous Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Miscellaneous Pars. v j Voluntary' sequestrations— Ro'iert Leslie, farmer, Dungog. The Garangula .rush is a comparative failure. Chas. Phillips has opouod a billiard room in Dowiing Street. N. S. W. criiBhings: Hillgrov6, Eleanora, 227 tons, 8Soz., and 6J- tons concentrates ; Bakes * Ureok, 4b0 tons 1391 oz. { Sunlight, 750 t ins, 303-iz. . WestSunliglit, 390 ton*, l83oz. Peak Hill Great Eastern, 200 t'-ns, 78oii., and 200 tons concentrates, worth £7. Walton and Gearing crushed from the Bread and Sng-ir reef at Mount EUiott, | 37 tons for 259oz., ; the re )f sma/,1' but rich. Hildeii's Proprietary, 137 ^'tons 76oz. retorted. 'A woman does not ItVro a man ac cording to the fortune he has bestowed on her, but according to what she has bestowed on hiin ' American millionaire Vanderbilt's yacht ran int.) a lighthouse tho other day. The yacht recovered from the shock ; but the lighthouse foil head long , 'which illustrates,' say* London Globe, 'the difference between jerry built and Vand...

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

Political. Mr. Duffy announces that he will contest Durham. On Wednesday he spoke at Woodville. Mr. C. Boag oc cupied the chair, and on the motion of Mr. W. Reid, seconded by Mr. Thos. Carter, he was accorded , a ananimoue vote of confidence. . Mr. John Wade spoke at Gresford at 4 p.m. on Wednesday. He delivered a strong address, and was accorded a vote of thanks. He had a good meeting at Paterson. Mr. F. Canh occupied the chair, and on the motion of Mr. J. Tucker, be received aunanimous vote of confidence Mr. H. H. Brown addressed a large meeting at Grpt-ford on Wednesday night. Mr. E. W. Doyle occupied the chair. He had a splendid hearing, and received tv unanimous vote of confi dence. According to a report of Mr. Brown's speech at Gresford, that gentleman be lieves in supporting good men aud measures before any fiscal policy. Mr. E. A. Price received a vote of confidence at Barrington last week, on the motion of Mr. S. Farley, seconded by Mr. A. McKinnon. He also had a eood recep...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. [BY TELEGRAPH.] CAMPBELLS HILL, Thursday 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Commercial. 1 ^ ? |_Br Telegram] ; ' Campbells Hill, Thursday 5-3Q. ' E. W. Sparko'a report. Large supplies wero yarded to-dny, and prices were 10s a head lower than i late rates. I sold : For T. Laurie, cows ' from £1 8s 6d t-- £l 19s ; D. Cameron,. -? bullocks from £2 13s to £3 15s ;T|ieo7 Cooper, bullocks from £2 7s 6d to £3. V- k

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Church Services. JULY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

Church Services. I . JULY. 'It OniTBmt o» Enqland I- Sunday, 8th.— Dungog 10.30, Sev. J Vosper, 7, Mr F. Fussoll ? Bim- ' dolba 3, Mr. F. Fussoll , Glen William 3, Clarence .Town 7, ? Bev. J. Vospor. ? / J. VOSP ICR, 1 Ibooubbh*.-,' .-?? v.j;-r. ?-.-'.I Wnsr.KrArf. ? A Sunday, 8th July.— Dungog . 10 30* ' . 1 Rev. F: Dixort, 7, Rev. R J ' dleton ; B mdor. Grove 3, Rev f Middleton j ChichesterJ030, 4 F. Rumhei ; Clarence Town Miss Huggart.-' ?Kjv-jyaxojf - Baeti.st. ' ) Lord's Day, 8th.— Thalaba 3 ond 7 1 ,1 J . Rev. F. Dixon. j\ ' ? . ^ 'Wednesday, 7 o'clock. ' R. J. MIDDLETON, ? Pastor,

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

To the Editor. . Sir, — I crave space in your valuable columns to make known the following facts. As your correspondent, I in every possible way endeavored to carry out your instructions to attend the meoting of every , candidate, and extend to each and all a faithful re port of their views and reception. A meeting was announced to-day at Mr. Shaw's, on. the Barrington, when Mr. Hart, the late member, was expected to address tho eloctors, and a number of them attended, but to their great astonishment they were gulled, for that candidate failed to put in an ap pearance, and after waiting from the appointed hour, namely, 3 . p.m., till the sliadeB of darkness, the residents left in disgust and anger at the de ception that had been played upon them. Mr. Hart was, during those hours, making a house to house, can vass, forgetful that he was breaking faith with the public, and| wasting the precious time of many of the farmers, who had made the sacrifice to be pre sent in response to' what...

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

Correspondence. I It must be distinctly understood that we do not hold yourselves responsible for tho opinion! expressed by our correspondents

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

Electoral. Nomination papers can didates must be lodged with t , the Returning-Officer before I G o'clock in the eve R - ning 'of the day preceding B the day of nomination, which B has been fixed for noon on ? Thursday, July 12 th. The papers must be signed by not fewer than six duly qualified ? electors. Nominations papers for ' 'Durham' must be in ;the fol H lowing form: — H ? We, the undersigned, Elec H tors of the Electoral District of Durham, do hereby nomin ate (here state christian and surname, occupation and place x-f residence of the person nom . inated) for Election as a Mem - berofthe Legislative. Assem H . !,ly for -the above-named Dis H ti'iet. ; ? (Signatures of Nominators) -I; tW abovenained such Nomination. inated in accordance with the requirements of this section shall be deemed to be a can didate for election pursuant to | this Act ; and no' elector shall nominate more than one can didate for an Electoral Dis trict.

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