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

Copeland. (Front our own Correspondent.) j At tho Small Debts Court on Mon day the following cases were disposed of by F. W. Garstnng, E«q., P.M., and Messrs Laurie nnd Etheridgoi, — Malcolm *. Nowtown — Goods ' sold and delivered. Verdict fur amount olaimed and costs. Malcolm v. Legal Manager Great Cobark G. ;M:- Co. — Goods sold and delivered. Objection was taken to the legal manager being proceeded against, instead of the Company in its coporato name. Mr Thomas for plaintiff. Case Btrnck out. Wood ▼. Dare,— Balance of Ac count, £11 78. Mr Thomas appeared for plaintiff, and Mr Waller for de fendant. Verdict for £8, and £1 costs. . .. Wood r. Dare.— ^ -Breach of contract. Mr Thomas, foi- plaintiff, applied for a nonsuit at the outset. Mr Waller objected. Case struck out. On Saturday evening Mr. B. A. Price addressed a large meeting of electors here. Mr. A. T. Laurie, J.P., occupied thejebair. Mr. Price, said thot he did not in tend to say one word against his op ponents. He would b...

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

Potato Disease. ' Protcssor A. D. Hopkins, botanist of tho dxponmerit, : station in West Virginia (U . S.) read a paper recently entitled 'Forms of the potato; scab, and the potato Rot, Caused by Insects.' ' Mr. Hopkins intro duced into America from Ger many a few years ago a para site which has completely ' routed and exterminated the . ' pine park beetle, wliicK was -V rapidly ruining the pine forests of West Virginia and surround ing States. . He has been- at work in his investigations as to the cause : of potato rot atid k potato scab for several years, and his discoveries are at variance with all previbus scien . ^ tific , research. He has dis covered that the cause of potato scab and rot is due to the work of a small insect. The professor's experiments! with the microscope and his studies of the insect's habits ? and ' characteristics prove be I yond doubt that he has found the cause, and he is also able ?. ' to give a remedy for this very annoying troubleto the average potato...

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BRITISH FREEDOM, Alias CIRCUMLOCUTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 July 1894

BEITISH FREEDOM, Alias CIR CUMLOCUTION. lothe Editor. Tir, — To illustrate the injustice of British law and administration, the writer will endeavor to j-ive an ac count of a circumstance that took place in connection therewith. A few months ago there was a certain individual summoned, not for doing an actual wrong, but tor breaking an old im ported, unjust law, which was enacted some time during the present era. The framars of this enactment (like many legislators of the present day), had the presumption to think that because men did wrong, other men should be punished for engaging in legitimate trade. The certain individual abfcve mentioned was. fined £10 and costs, the injustice of which was so apparent even to the Bench of magistrates, who inflicted it, that they forwarded a re quisition to the Minister of Justice, to have it repealed, or to have undone what they themselves had just done. The Bench was successful in obtaining .what it had asked for, but thb wronged man had to su...

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

' k , if 1 rrinfc.'d nnd published by tlio flole proprietor WiMKh'BKKKiTT, nt tfu'PoNOOCr f'lIHCVICXK. Dow Jhfcyoj, {- 3.W.

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

Slang. Slang is one of the. growing evils of the day. Nothing is more indicative of a want of thought. Still, the majority ,of girls think their language is not in 'the latest fad' unless savored by the new est slang term. What an in telligent foreigner would make of the conversation of some young damsels who affect the fashion would puzzle a conjuror to conjecture, and he would find that, although having learned our tongue once, he would have to learn it all over again if he would understand the utteran ces of the girl of this period, al lowing, of course, for the excep tions which prove the rule. Girls, you should remember that the words which are a part of the street arabs and larrikins are unsuited for the lips of a young lady. It is an insult to our language to presume that it is no%papable of conveying thought m'as brilliant and con cise a manner when spoken correctly as when spoken in slang terms ; and girls, don't think it attracts. So for from' attracting, its use only repe...

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

The School. Moxuxt Victoria,. A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS, SPECIAL ATTENTION is paid to Writ ing, Spoiling, Composition, and Arith metic. All boys learn drill and dancing TorniB inolusivo of washing, mending, etc., dSlls lis a quarter 9 Pnpils passed Junior Examination, 1890 12 Pupils passed Junior Examination, 1891 22 pupils passod Junior Examination, 1892 School Re-openb JAN. 15tb, 1894 H. G. RIENIXS, Principal HATE YOU A PIANO!' : ?- Then buy a pteco of Now Music. , SEND Id STAMPS. . Post. PIANOFORTE MUSIC. Now Sheet Music aud Now Edition. . Post freo at Marked Prices. . Barn Danco, by Judo ... 1 G (Tho nnwest and beat to dance to.) Now Irish Quadrilles ... 2 0 Scotch Songs ... 3 0 Tho popular Whitenings, Winter 2 0 Song that Reached my Heart, Jordan 2 0 The 'Babies on tho Block, ? Jordan 2 0 Remember Mp no Moro (r«ry populer) 2 0 O'dem Golden Slippers, Aide... 2 0 Thero is a Tavrn in tho Town 2 0 Ta-ra-ra»boom-dor«o, Sayers ... 2 0 Elfin Call, Clover ... 2 7 Waiting, by Judo ... ...

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

B'oojis I 'Boats J Boots 1' ' ? E. T.TtfGJJEJiL ? The Price lleducer to the iore again, ? And will kettle all disputes in regatd 'to quality* and price. Having a thorough knowledge of thqftrade I. am in a position to select nothing but gpod lines. I am, selling a first-class Blucher boot from, 5/3 ; Watertights and our Special Cut at prices that defy competition. The fa mous standard screw Blucher from 6/6, and*:all other lines equally cheap. Remember once more, I have been the means of reducing the prices of, Boots 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-laeaded Picks, 3s 6d ; SKovels, 2s 6d. E. T. BIGNELL, ; aEOOXlB & BOOT IKEPORTHB, BOWLING 3TRKET, DUNGOG.

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The Time [?] Tobacco [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

^The Time Toba(HH^H . Quito & good deal said about tobacco culture and tobacco curing, and how to market the leaf, of late. Be yon d a doubt, a great deal more might be done .in tho way of improving the tobacco product, not of New South Wales only, ,?jut of Yic-. toria and Queensland as well. The Agricultural Departments of all the colonies have done what comes withiri their scope to explain the requirements ? for working profitable tobacco crops. Seed of the sorts con sidered most suitable and de sirable have been introduced from ; Europe, America, and . Asia, and capable men — 'ex- perts' engaged for the purpose - — have been sent forth into ? 'the districts considered suit able for tobacco to explain : and show how the necessary Avirvxn+isM™ ftvo nnrripfl nn in f.llft established tobacco countries. . ' But, so far, the results are far behind what might be. In New. South Wales and Queens land, the growing of leaf is al most entirely in the hands of Chinese.- They are plodd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Urt. bIgnell \ . Tlie Price Kedneer to the lore again, And will , settle, all - disputes in regard to quality and pn/3e. HaVing a thorough knowledge of the trade I am in a position to select nothing but good, lines. . . -t . I am selling .a -first-class Blucher boot from 5/3 ; Watertights and our Special Cut at prices that defy competition. The fa mous 'standard screw , Blucher from G/6, and all other lines equally cheap. ? / : ? ? Remember once more, I have been the means of reducing the prices of Boots in Dungog. I am also solliitg Grrocenes for Cash only, at prices that cannot be cut ; 4lbs Sugar and lib. Tea, 2s. Collin's liammer-iieaded Picks, 3s Gd; Shovels, 2s 6d. r ;r E. T: BI.GHE.t/.L, , ' . &K OCEK £s BOOT IMPOKTEK, DOWLING 3TRHET, DtjNGCG.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

At -Newcastle Mr; G. ? II. Reid, al luding to his loadi-ivbin in 'the free trade cause, said ho hoped nono --F his party had ideas of 'shooting the general wlion the victory was won. Two nn'arehists hiive been arr6st' d in London ' eharL-ed with' inciting 'to niuriler meinhers 'f(f the Rbynl faniily,. at the opening of the Tower' Bridge. On the occasiod of . the opening' of the Tower Bridge, London, an an archist manifesto;was issued suggesting that tlie Royal ' .'visitor* should be ''knifed,' and stigmatising the Eoydl fgmily as 'vermin' and 'lazy swine,'.

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Church Services. JULY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Church Services. JULY. CiHtTBOH OP 1&NQLAND Sundiy, 15th. — Dungog 10.30, 1 Mr Fussell. 7, Rev.- J;' Yosper . Clat ence Town 7, Mr F. Fiissell Un derbank 10.30. Bendolba 3, Rev. J. Vos;- .r. J. YOSPKR, Incumbent. PnESDYtEBIAS. Sabbath 15th. — Dun-?o(?. 10.30. Rntr.. D. Baird, 7 Mr G. A. Mackny; Monkerai 11, Mr. J. A. - Macken- zie; Bandon Grove 3, Mr. F. A. Hooke ; Torryburn 4, Rev. ' P. Buird. REV. D. BAIRD. wrorarAN. Wednesday, 11th. — Dungog 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon. Sundny, 15th.— Dungog 10.30 and 7, Rev. J. W. Collier, from, Samoa. Special service at 3; for parents and young people, by Mrs Collier. Telegherry 10.30, Rev. F. Dixon. REV. F. DIXON. 1 Baptist. Lord's Day, 15th. — Thalaba 3, Mr. R. Berry, senr., 7, Evangelistic Ser vice; Monkerai 3 (Mr Abbott's kitchen), 7 (Union Church) Pas tor R. J. Middleton. Mrs. Middleton will also take part in the night service. Wednesday, Thalaba 7, R. J. MIDDLETON, Pastor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

rrint- d and published by the solo proprietor WAl/JEh BEftNisTT, ut tbo oflicoof the Lckgog Chucmclk, Dowling-ntr(ct, 'Ouugog, N S.W. The School. Moixxrt Victoria. j A BOARDING SCHOOL FOB SOYS. SPECIAL ATTENTION ia paid to Writ iig- Spoiling, Composition, and Arith metic. All boys learn drill and dancing- 1 Terms inolusivo of washing, mending, otc% . JGlla lis a quarter 9 Pupils passed Junior Examination, 1890 12 Pupils passed Junior Examination, 1891 22 pupils passed Junior Examination, 1892 School Re-opens JAN. 15th, 1894 H. G. RIENITS, Principal. HAVE YOU A PIANO! Then buj a pieco of Now Musio, 8END Id STAMPS. 3VE-ULsa.C3 'by Pos-t. ' PIANOFORIE MUSIO. New Sheet Musio and Now Edition. . Post freo at Marked Prices! Baru Dance, by Judo ... 1 6 (Tho newest and best to dance to.) New Irish Quadrilles ... 2 0 Scotch Songs ... 3 0 Tho popular Whitowings, Winter 2 0 Song that Reached my Heart, Jordan 2 0 Tho Babies on tho Block, Jordan ' 2 0 Remember Mo no More (very populor) 2 0 O'dem ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Joliftv Robspii HAS received iAtructio^f from vari ous owners, t\selj™t his yardsi Dunuog, at due o'JWck, on SATUR DAY. NEXT] A 100 Prime BACf NfPl\s, from Wards River, jr y // Ter ta CAsn. - ' ? SALE BY1LUCTION. JOHN ULA6DE /ias received instruc : tions.' from ? t 'Eduk iBAnkk Han cock, of -Berkley fifrm, near Clarence Town, to hold a Clearin»/j(ySalo, on SATURDAY, July 14tii, I894j/#t/l p.m., ALL tlie HOUSHIiOLD FURNITURE & EFFECl'S ; tlso 15 Head of MIKED CATTC.E, and So veral HORSES, from' various Owners. ? -Ti rma Cash. Farmeyfe' Uiiioii. AlIEETIl^/f/lEMBERS will be held in/t/o Bchool of Arts, on SATURDAY, 44th inst., at 7 pm., T. Df HUTCHISON, Hon. Sec. to' jCet-' DWELLINGia/d flarpenters Shop, lately occfMedf hv W. ; Boots— also Cottage aifiySnfldlers Shop, lately occupied by Frm. Jennings. . Apply . I * [ J. SHERIDAN. School of Arts. :p THE Half-y/irly Meeting of., the above In/tit-tion will be held on FRIDAY, iaph iist., nt 8 o'clock-^. m. BcsinesI /Toffrtceive Repo...

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Passing Notes. ? Tho issue of the Daily Worker in ?Sydnoy is ono of the signs of election times. It has been brought out so far as an afternoon paper of four pages about the size of the ' Evening News.' 'We looked for its ad vent with friendly eye, but we are ? bound to eon fcas oursol ves disappointed. What sensible man will bolii;vo tho rank nonBonso which ia talked 111 a long sub-leader, under tho title of ' Tho Ileal Issue.' It is such ex travagancies which makes the honest .worliing-mnn-refonncr 'cry out 'Save me from my friends.' It is to bo is ' ? . if. sued daily for tlie four weeks covering tho elections, aud longer if its success calls for its i ontinuance. No doubt, ? .v : . however, it will improvo with time. The first issuo, wo understand, was i ii. brought out very hurriedly. ;y:.y--r t- ? » ? » s v The fact is, Dibbs jumped tho elec ? ( . ; - ? tions upon tho country in a fashion ' tliat lias disturbed tho equanimity of ? ? all classes. It's to be presumed that ho was...

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Police Court, Dungog FRIDAY, JULY 6th, 1894. (Before F. W. Garstang Esq., P.M., G. S. Waller, J. Abbott, P. J. Fitzgerald, Esq's., J'sP.) STRAYING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Police Court, Dungog Friday, July 6th, 1^94.. -v- ? ;! . ( Before F. W. Qarstang Esq., P.M„ ? ;,i§f «»- 0. S .Waller, J. Abbott, P. J. Fttz- ' gerald, Esq's., J'sP.) ^^3-' Straying Stock. : - : Police v. J. Griffiths ; fined 2s 6d '.jv and 4s lOd costB. - . ;.v„ Same V. A. M. Wilks ; fined 2s CI m and 4s lOd costs. ' Same v. Ed. Marsh ; fined Is, and -: costs. ? i Same v. J. Newell ; fined Is, and 4a lOd costs. , 1 Same v. 3. BoBworth ; fined 2s 6d,^ - and 4s lOd costs. ' t i ' Same v. J. Hayes ; fined Is. ' ' 1 ,-J - Same v. W. Bennett j fined 2s 6d and 4s lOd costs. , ^ '3^ . — ^ 1 -4T ' A slaughtering license was granted , to Mr W. Deards. ' 11 ?- , ^ £ Dungog Municipal Council v. T. D. ' Hutchison — Removing soil on 21st - June, from Windeycr-Street, without ' ' A the consent of the Council. Mr Thomas in conjunction with Mr { Elliott appeared for the piosecution, I I and Mr J. Waller, defended. ^ :F. A. Hooke, Mayor, gave evidonco ^ ^ to the effect that defendant had written ^ ^...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Local and General . No Nomination Day.— Many elec tors are laboring under the impression that they will have an opportunity of bearing the different candidates speak on nomination day, but there is no such day in the old acceptance of the term. Electors, therefore, should make it a point to hear all candidates at their advertised meetings. Nomina tions are now made in writing, and can be forwarded to the Returning Officer up to the 12th inat. for Durham, and to the 10th inst. for Gloucester. Declaration of Poll. — We re gret to learn that the declaration of the poll for Durham will be made at the Court-house, Gresford, this time. 'Why such an out of the way place as Gresford should be selected as the head polling place, whilst a large and populous town like Dungog is over looked, we are at a loss to understand, and we certainly think some provision should be made for the full returns to be declared in Dungog os they come to hand. Perhops JVIr Boydoll will see to this. Dkatii. — T(io...

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Mr. R. A. Price at Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Mr. Br. A. Price at Cope land. Mr. Price, who wao received with cheers, said Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen. — In accordance with the promise which I gavo at. the last election, when so large a propor tion of the electors of Gloucester gave me tKeif su'pport^'I agaiti offer niysilf as a can didate for your suffrages. I intend to con duet this contest in a fair and honorable spirit, refruining from personal attacks, and concentrating attention only upon the great issues before the country. 1 trust that the fair treatment which I shall accord to my opponents will be meted out to myself. Electoral Representation. Since the last general election an , im portant measure of electoral reform has been passed by Parliament carrying out the principle of univorsal suffrage, and divid ing the country into single electorates. Every elector is now possessed of but one vote, and it is of the utmost importance that he should exercise the franchise with the greatest care and discrimination. Tho future p...

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Latest News. COPELAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Latest INews. [By Telegraph:'] ? COPELAND,' Monday. ? Mr. McKinhon, one of the candi- i dates for the Glouceator electorate, i addressed about. 20 electors at Brock well's Barringtori Hotel on Saturday night. Mr. James Williams, who re-J luctantly accepted the' chair, intra-'. j duced tho candidate, , who spoke for about an hour, dealintr with all the no litical questions.- A vote of thanks to the candidate was moved, but the can didate wished a vote of confidence; but no one present would move that Mr. McKinrion -was a fit and properper son to contest the Gloucester elector ate.. His speech created no enthusi-. asm, and there is no probability of him polling any votes here. George Parish, who has been wanted by the police on a criminal charge for many months past, has been arrested, by Constable Kell. SYDNEY, Monday. John McLabe has been found guilty of perpetrating a dynamite out rage in the Roman Catholic presbytery at Tork fWestern Australia) and sentenced to fifteen years impri...

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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Concert. The concert held in the Centennial Hall on Friday last, in aid of the Dun gog Cricket Club, was well patronised, and proved a very enjoyable one. The stage having been nicely decorated, presented a pleasing appearance. The pianoforte solo, ' Lucia de Lammer moor,' by Miss McMath. This young lady has a firm and brilliant touch, and her skilful manipulation of the ivories waB such as to elicit very cordial marks of appreciation. Tbe song aud choru», ' Swdet Chiming Bolls,' by Mr. T. Tate, was delightfully rendered and vociferously encorod. Mr J. Waller -Tecited ' Kate Maloney,'' with 'great dramatic effect, nnd was hearti y ap plauded; Miss E. Hall sang in so pleasing a manner that she was accor ded a hparty encore. Miss J. Aldrich was loudly applauded for her song, 'Auld Robin Gray.' One of the most popular items of the evening was a violin solo by the little Misses Dark, with piano accompaniment ; and thpy were enthusiastically encored. Mr WaTFer sang. ' The- Romany Lass,' ...

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Mr. J. Wads at Dungog. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Mr. J. Wacte at Dungog. Mr. J. Wade addressed a very large meeting of the electors in the' Cen tenninl Hall on Saturday night last. Mr P. A. Hooke (the Mayor) occupied tbo chair, and-briefly introduced the candidate. Mr Wado said he thought hp -nnpd not apologise for coming forward as a candidate. Mr Brown said at the Paterson that he ( the speaker) had promised not to inn against liira again, lie bad no recollection of such promise. He might have said it, but it was ? -six years ago, and a person was liablo to change their opinion in that time. On this occasion he had been asked by a number of his old friends to come for ward. The Parliament just dissolved was tbo worBt they ever had in New South Wales ; it waB no credit to the country, and ho hoped the next would be better. The Land Question. It wan a mistake to part with a single acre of land. The area of our land was about 190,000,000 acres, out of this we had Bold 45,000,000 acres, and during the past ten years 20,000,000 acros...

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