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

Municipal Council. A meeting of the above Council was held on Friday nightlnst. - There were present — Aid. Hooke (Mayor), ,Ald. Robson, Abbott, Dark, Bruyn and . Walker. ? After the minutes ot, tlie previous meeting- «ero adopted, thu. incoming correspondence waB read as follows— From the Municipal . Association, asking the Council to exliort parlia mentary candidates for the dist ict to pledge themselves to support the Local Government Bill. From; Mr W. II. Abbott, in reply the Council re the removal of the ob struction to the road through his pro perty, in which he stated that from the expressed opinion of nineteentwen tieths of the residents of Thalaba who' used the r- ad there wis 110 n'utual ob ,_,4 , structi'on, but served as - convenience * ?tan/preventing stock from straying. i .-W'^From Mr' J. Walker, asking per* Emission to ercct n p cket fonce 011 his 2- property facing Do»ling-]j.treet 'A From the Public Wpr'p Depart ? me'nt, r-ferring to the pacing of bal ; -? lfttifc ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Barraba Tragedy. SENSATIONAL STATEMENT. CONFESSION IN PENTRIDGE. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

Barraba Tragedy. SENSATION AL STATE MENT. Confession in Pentridge. Melbourne, Friday. A sensational statement has 1 been made by a prisoner named Bert Osborne, in Pentridge Gaol, to the effect that he was the man who shot Mr. W. C. McKay, the manager of the Barraba bank. Later. niTir- ia nnw under going a sentence ot eight years' for housebreaking and robbery under arms, alleges that it wns he who murdered Mr. McKay. He was released from Gaol, after serving a sentence of six ?years, on March 27, and was again arrested on May 17, After his release on Mar ah 27 .. -he immediately LEFt FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. He was present on the night ' of the murder at Barraba. Osborne states that while in ' 7 ? ? ?? New South Wales ]he knocked about with a young' man from here whese name he refused to give, and a day or two before tho murder met Lee, whom he knew as O'Neil, in the bush, some distance up country. THE STICKI NG-UP of the bank was arranged be tween them. ; On the day of the murder they l...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MR. C. J. DUFFY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 10 July 1894

MR. C. J. DUFFY, Then came forward. Mr. W. A, Smith was voted to the chair. We have previously given Mr. Duffy^ views at length, so will not recapilulavfc them here. Ho would fuvor the Dibbs Ministry, whom ho thought were the best friends the country over had. He dealt with the question of Freetrade 1 and Protection, and . argued that the exporter paid the duty on goods sent to a protectionist country, and not the consumer. The benefits of Protection to the people were now so apparent that thousands in Sydney would vote for the policy, who had previously beon against-it. Tho policy of the Dibbs Ministry was Protection, while that of the Opposition was Freetrade, and a land tax. The speaker dealt at length with tbe iniquity of a land tax, a free port, anci urged electors to send a pro tectionist to the Hou8-\ He referred to the action of Mr. Brown in selling the freetrade party, and voting for protection. He termed him a 'rail- sitter,' and asked the electors to either vote for him (...

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

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

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

THOS. BAKER^ | Practical Tailor, a - . . DbwUng-stroot, DUNGOG ?J ' r-'E-^s t0 return thutika to Ins numerous 3 JJ customers for tluir past support., and I urusci by strict attention to ttusincss, to merit [ a continuance of thoir patronugo. . rV L'aoro is no need to send away^f01| Clothes j \) ^ wiiuutboy can bo jjaado »b ObcM{£, and as j' *'*N^od in tho town. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My' Tweods, Cloths, Doeskins, Serges, 1 I * Llamas, Buckskins, . 'Worsted a 'd Beavci Coatings, ji—b Bedford and Manchester Cords, ^B5U Hair Lines, 'Eti* 7?b all of tho. Best Materials to pick from, ?i and well shrunk beforo making up. The' W.R.S.5T. ' Co. (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer Cooreei eaves Clarence Town with PaBsenpjers and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 t- a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS ' at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. t . : R. LYALL, Secretary. .... ,rV' \::k ,'j; a. Jones,; , .. I s F/AMILY BUTCHiiJR. 1 ' -?: I ?' xtimer...

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Ticks in Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Ticks in Dogs. On this subject 'Breeder' writes to the 'Maclean Ad vocate' 'Constantly having puppies, I tried the experiment of placing a tick on their ears, watching where it embedded itself. I left the tick in the dog for two days and then cut it out In the incision I rub bed spirits of turpentine or am monia, and so far have not lost a single dog from the poison of ticks, although I could' get probably a dozen (in the tick'season) out of any of the animals.' 'Fido' writes: 'Tn answer to your correspon dent 'Canis/ lie will find whisky and milk most successful in all stages of tick poisoning, to be j given mixed in equal quantities in doses ranging from a tea spoonful to a tablespoonful. Jf the animal is paralysed, and its breathing very short and hard, the larger dose should be given every half hour until better, when the quantity may be lessened, or given less frequently, then give a dose of castor oil, also with whisky. 1 have cured a . sheepdog by treatment when its legs were...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Course of True Love. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

The Course of True Love. It is uo use, 'the course ,ot true love never does run smooth.' If it does not get a jolt sooner, it will later. , At all events, that was the experi ence ot a lady who applied to a Melbourne police court last week for a warrant for the ar rest of her faithless husband. She'stated that her age was 70, 'and she had been married for 50 years. During that time her husband had remained con ? stant in his affections, but after half a century in his devotion he developed symptoms of gid diness. Eventually this eulmi-' nated in his taking up with a forward hussy of 80 whom he inveighed into an elopement; Of course her life is now blas ted, for he cannot marry her while his weeping wife lives, and society, which is always cruel to the wayward woman in these cases, will turn its back upon her, while taking the gay author ot her ruin to its hypo critical bosom. He will proba bly be made the pet of many a brilliant drawing room through this gallant escapade, for the fe...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The New Electoral Act. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

The New Electoral Act. Each elector will do well to paste this in his hat : : 'You ' are liable to a penalty of £100 1 or six months- imprisonment or | to be both fined , if you induce i by promise, lend or obtain money for an elector to refrain from voting or induce, to votei ' for a :special candidate. If you i promise to obtain employment' or obtain employment for an elector. If any employer dis charges an employee or threat . ens Ito, or if you in any way in timidate by any threat a fellow elector with the object of in ducing him to vote for your candidate; or if you treat an elector to drink or meat or en : tertainment. or hire a convey ance for his convenience.' The 89th clause of the New Electoral Act reads: — If any person to whom a ballot-paper shall have been delivered as foresaid is blind, or is inca pacitated by any other physical cause from voting in the usual way, or is unable to write shall signify the same to the Re turning Officer or Deputy, such Returning Officer o...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Special Notice. a AS we ar.' clo-in s nil- Iih for year ly balance^ all lA^C'OU NTS not Provided For cir Pnii||Di;f6re the 31at Inst, will be Sued for. SKILLEN & WALKER, - Storekeepers. Dungog, . July 13tfi, '94. GREAT SALE At the UNION SHE D. Carlton andAbbott HA.VE received inraujpons from D. Ti. Davis, to JtjfiJa n WEDNES DAY NEXT, 2 o'crfct Sharp, 100 Half-Chests and Chests of ? TEA. WO BESERVE-TERMS CASH. Interesting Lecture '^AWp,' Illustrated with Choice Lawterd Views, VVbt ? ReW J. W. Collier ' MxssiomOT from Samoa, DTJNGOGI-/Pro»Btant Hall, Tituns day, yifuly l!Wi, at 7.30; BANDON/ GROVE^Monbat, 16th, .. at 7, Union Church. TELEGHERRY — Tuesday, 17th, at ' 7, Church ; STROUD—' Wednesday, 18th, at 7. Admission: ANY SILVER COIN ; Children Free. POH'T HISS THIS TREAT. Hunter River Vine Dis eases Board. N otice of ' Assessment made, and rate strpok by the Hun ter River Vine Diseases J3oard, this 30th day of June, 1894.1 _ ALL VInSy AEDS of ^ acre and up\%irdB have been ...

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RAYMOND, TERRACE. Thursday, 7.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

RAYMOND TERRACE. I Br rELKGiiAPir] - Thursday, 7.15 p.m. The political brittle -for this elec torate ? has now reachod its height. Tho candidates -officially .announced arc R. A Price, (Protectionist),. J;- S. Hart, (Freetrader), W. Ellingsworth, (Labor candidate), 1 D. McKinnop, (Protectionist).* Up to the present tno popular reeling as regards tins end of the electorate is that Price will be the- successful candidate. It is the opinion of the leadings and influential ?protectionists and others .of this dis. \trict. McKinnon is standing' against Price, who ib ? . selected by the Protec tionist League, ' and who has -twice i previously ? contested this electorate nt the people's wish. - McKinnon, who now comes ns . a perfect sti anger cannot liavo . the cause at heart as he , professes. , .Ellingaworth is not mentioned; Tho political figlit rests with ? Price and Hart;, -but judging from the reports to h«nd throughout tho various;' centrtB if they nro anything at all reliable Price ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Election. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

The Election. * 1 - A careful perusal of tho list of candidates for parliamentary member : ship is both interusting nnd instructive. There are 124 electorates with (up to last Saturday) 598 candidates, being an average of nearly five candidates forcach seat, so that 474 must of no «i. cessity bo defeated. OF these candi dates 71 are nominees of tho Labor Eloctoral League, whilst 50 others are standing in the lubor interest, although xofusing to sign tho Labor Electoral pledge, making 121 professedly labor candidates for (ho 124 electorates. Of tho remaining number, 256 nro re ? turnod as Froetradors, 210 are re - turned as protectionists, and 11 ns un classified. Only one sent, that of Iu verell is, at the time of writing un contested, E. A. Cruiokshank, the candidate, being a protectionist, but rumor has it that it is being held -in reserve to the last minute, as if ne liocesaary, a sure hav.en for Sir George Dibbs. It will bo seon by thiB, that the Ereetrade party have an avorago ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Poem from the Dock. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

A Poem from the Dock. The following verses were composed by Lee in the dock while waiting ;for the jury's verdict, and handed to his counsel, Mr. L. Armstrong. Al though the rhythm in many places is very crude, there. are thoughts- in the verse which- soar far beyond 'tho commonplace, and apart from its Ben sational'interest the poem- may be re-. garded as a literary curiosity:—' ' I hail thee, mild immutable spectre! ' From thy misty, shadowy zone : I hail thee, Death, whose awful sceptre Sways the realms of fate unknown ; Whore bright and free the Orient spirits range. Through varied being rich and strange. 'Woo is me!' they say in language faint and rustic, Deign the mere penchant of a royal calm ; Or whilom Roman of thy temple mystic To get the.exigenco o'er which I arm. Since awarded doom riiy soul awoke tho thought, - ... - Life's not. worth living on the terms I wrought, - W hen like the myth of morbid exhalation 'I feel the distanco of fathomed hell ; And in my fall with man...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Local and General. Football. — A football match will be played on the Park on Arbor Day. The members of both teams are re quested to roll up in colors. Football. — A match came off on the Park on Saturday last between tho newly-formed club, the Dungog Pirates, and the Dungog Club, and re sulted in a draw, each side scoring 3 points. .In the first half the game was very even, but in the second the Dungog team (although playing two men short, and Bollinger, who is still suffering from an injured shoulder and unable to play np to his usual form), kept the ball in the Pirate territory, but were unable to increase the score. Many of the 'young men of the new club played well, and when they learn that the umpire's decision is final, they will no doubt make pro mising players. The Pirates intend playing Bundon Grove at an early date, and the Dungog team intend jour neying to Stroud, where a club has been formed. Gloucester. — A correspondent writes tho following tip for the Glou cester £30...

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Copeland. MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Copeland^ (JSrom our oton Correspondent.) . ? MiNiNa. ? Edwards & party, Lady Belmore Mme, are .raising rich stone, the reef is' about eighteen inches thick .in the bottom of the shaft. Chubb & party have two shifts of men at work -in the tunnel. : ' 7 COBABK. Simpson and party ar^ now crushing a large quantity, of -stone, they- will clean up this week, and the returns are expected to be payable according to tho oippearance of the plates. Tlii.i party ore working in a' very large reel and they have their mine well opened up with tunnels.. Stone can be got in this claim at a very nominal cost. . In my j last report I forgot to mention the death of :a ? very old re sident who passed awiiy a few days Bince, viz; Mr. Andrew Gallagher, from inflammation of the lungs. . He was a single man living alone. , All that kind friends could do for him (for they were many) was done during his illness. His remains were followed to the grave by a large number of our residents who had...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Nomination Day. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Nomination Day. The following nominations have been received for Durham: — ' HERBERT H. BRO WN JOHN WADE CHARLES J. DUFFY

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Political. Sir Henry Parkos says he is pre pared to sink the fiscal issue. - Mr.. Cruiukshank (Protestant)- has had a walk ovor for lnverell Mr.- Brunkur . will win easily at, East Maitland Prico and Hart will huvo a big fight for Gloucester,' but tho .bettiui; is iu favor of tbo former. C. J. Duffy is a hard hitter. Wlia6 prico his chances. . Both Mr. Wude and. Mr. Duffy ro ceived votes ot confidence- at Bandon Grove. * - ? ? „ ? -

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Correspondence. We have been requested to publish the following letter for the information of the Gloucester electors. — Copeland, July 4th, 1894. Deab Sib, — In reference to the rumour circulated that Mr B. Atkinson Price had nothing whatever to do with assist ing the various parties who have been successful iti getting aid from the Pros pecting ? Board or with Mr Wood's (Under Secretary) visit to Copeland, I beg to inform you that six parties have been successful in getting aid from the prospecting vote, myselt and mates included, and I. have it on authority that the application of each party was backed up by Mr Price at their request, and that each applicant received a letter from Mr Price in forming them that Mr Harrie Wood would accompany him to Copeland and repot t on the claims, which he did on the 25th of May last. Mr Hart did nothing whatever in the matter as none of the parties seek ing aid sought his assistance. There fore we will not permit him to take credit for what he...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 July 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. Flour — Steady. Victorian stone £6 15s to £7 ; best roller, £7 5s to £7 10s per ton. 'Wheat — New milling — nominal, obickwheat, good whole samples, nom inally, . 2s 8d per bus. Maize. — Firmer: Prime dry quoted at 2s per bus ; damaged, from Is lOd upwards. Potatoes — Fair. Circular Head, £2 15s to £3 ; local Brownell's £2 15s Butter : Animated demand for choice; lower grades dull. Creamery, Is OJd ; factory, Ib ; dairy, 9d to lOd ; Berrima district, is. Bacori- — h..nd cured, 5d to 5£d ; machine cured, 4d to 4£d ; middles, 7d to 8d. ~ Hams — Dull. Colonial, 8d to 9d -.' machine-cured, 6d to 7d per lb. Honey — Quiet. 2d to 3d per lb. for pure. . Lard — In demand j finely rendered in bladders, 4&d to 5d ; bulk 3^d to 4d per lb. . Cheese — ? Steady demand ; best brands oF ordinary, 2d to 3Jd ; second, 2d to 2£d ; prime loaf, 3id to 4d per lb. Eggs — Good demand. ? From9jd to lOd per doz ^ . . Poultry — Prime, scarce';* inferior, plentiful. Few...

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