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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

l'rint d and published by tho sole propriotor WALTEIi BENNilTT, ot tho office of the Ddngoo Oiiuohiclb, Dowling-ntrui'L bi^ngog, N 8.W.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The West Australian Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

The West Australian Goldflelds. Perth Thursday. — Heavy gold has been struck at the Hadfield ? Mine, immediately north of Bayley's No.' 2 mine. The lacter mine also struck the Orient reef yesterday. The stone carries fine gold all through. All the ground on this line has been pegged .out. A good alluvial find is repor ted nine miles north of Broad Arrow. A man named Mac Donald stumbled across the spot while out horse hunting, and 6oz. of gold was picked up in a few hours. The good ground is limited in extent, and is believed to be only a patch, but already large num bers are rushing to the spot. The machinery owned by Messrs. Kent ana Johnson, ot the Trftters mine, has commen ced work, and is now crushing for other companies near Cool gardie.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Money Help for Agriculture in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Money Help for Agricul ture in Victoria. The step has been taken in Victoria to so arrange banking matters in connection with the Saving .Bank system of that colony £» to, allow a portion of the money ' on deposit being loafcgdy t* ocfcupiers of land. The fiioneV is lo be lent on long terms,' for 'thii^y years where desired, and the arrangement is that while paying 5 per cent interest, a moiety is added which reduces the principal at the same time. This is the gist of the Credit Foncier sys tem of France, and agriculture is aided on much the same lines in those parts of Germany, Switzerland, and Italy where the land in small areas is owned by thosewho work it. For the land is the security given for the loans made. That also . is the foundation upon which it is proposed to oper ate by the measure now be fore the Victorian Legislature.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Passing Notes. Tho political hurly burly draws near a crisis. After a few more days hundreds of anxious hearts will be at rest, and hundreds of would be mem bers of Parliament will perforce return to tlio quieter and less public -walks of life. The nominations for the country districts are already coming i', evi dencing in t oo many cases, tho down right pure cussedness of somd men's natures. Eden-Bombala for instance, hns two Freetraders, two Labor men, and five Protectionists nominated. ?Nine candidates for one seat. To an outsider, protection doeB not appear to Ktand much show in that electorate, and pri hnbly the man that is returned will bo thi* least acceptable to the bulk of the eh ctors. # .- » * T hoy had a lively time with the Premier at Orange the other night, a regular disorderly meeting, with the police called in for a finale. Sir George was in a shocking temper they ? say, nnd blessed the Sydney 'Daily Telecraph,' with the bluest adjectives in his fairly copious vocabu...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Milk is in the Feed. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

. The Milk is in the Feed. Mr. W. H. Matthews informs the Cootramundra Herald of a return from a cow of his ;;y Milton herd, which is worth -/?reporting: — 93lb. of milk in t three days yielding 5lb. I0oz. , ' butter- — a shade under 181b. ' milk per lb. of butter. This is ' one of the best records we have noted; 191b. milk for lib. ?; butter is a high average. The cow is a cross between an Al de'rney and an Ayrshire, two years old, and she was fed on barley, just in the grain. The milk- and butter are in the #63(1 and the right cow should get it. The! milk of each cow can now be .tested quickly by the Australian procees.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Local and General. Bnixisn & PonEtow Bible SofciErr. j ? — A- meeting of the local committee ; of the British and Foreign Bible So ciety was held in the Protestant Hall on 4th July. Present: — Messrs. G. Mackay, President, G. A. Mackay, F. A. hookp, a. riper, itev. jb. utxon and Eev. D. Baird, Hon Sec. . The minutes of last meeting were re&d and confirmed. Mr. Dixon opened tho meeting with prayer. The' Eev. Mr. Middleton sent an apology for absence. A communication was read from tho Parent Society in London, aneot ;the system of haviDg agents of the Society in the colonies, some proposing that they Bhould be d one away. Mr. Ilooko proposed that the collectors for the present year be Misses Alison, Hall, Abbott, and Mackay for Dun gog ; Miss Brewer for Thalaba j Miss Waller, for Wallarobba; and Mrs. Garrett and MisB Irwin for Bandon Grove. Seconded by Mr. Piper and carried. Mr. G. A. Mackay proposed that the collectors be requested to make their collections and bave t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Hottest Desert in the World. FOUND IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

v The Hottest Desert in the World. FOUND IN AMERICA. 'It is not generally known that the -hottest, most arid de :3 insert in the world is in the Uni '? ' ted States, but such is the fact. -?' The Cocapah desert is small, V- ..-but it is the most dangerous of 't ' any in the known world. ? Standing upon the mountain range to the east, looking . across the sixty miles of plain . 2 : . to another mountain range on ' the west, with glimpses of small . '- lakes between, it does not ap pear that it requires any extra /ordinary feat of danger or en durance to cross the plain. . And: this, has caused the loss of .many lives. The sand of the .. desert is so hot that in a few „ 1 iniles the shoes will be literally '? -burnt off the traveller's feet. . i Beasts will be overcome before ./half the distance is encom ^passed, and the 'adventurous ? traveller dies in agony, literally ' tonsumed with heat from with ' out and thirst within. Many 'have been known to attempt '' '-.the journey, but few ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Latest Mews. [By Tolograph.1 ? SYDNEY, Monday. As the depositors in the Commer cial Bank of Sydney call for their in terest,' they are now being paid half principle on the first series of their fixed deposits: . : The ColoniaVSugar. Company have resolved to reduce the price or sugar 20s :? per- ton .from to-day— the lowes prices yet touched.' £ ... ?' It-Jp! proposed .tjhpjt; -chapges ^in, the Victorian Constitution' will include a Referendum ; the Assembly to hive control of dissolutions ; the right of Ministers to speak in both Houses, but voting Only in their own. The New Zealand House of Repre sentatives havo limited the duration of speeches in 'ordinory debates to half an-hour; a Committee member 6an only speak four times, of ten minutes each... - . Mr Macansh was ^unanimously de puted ' by the Garangula miners to purchase,- if - possible, from the owner the mining rights of Osborne's pad dock.' V . ' LONDON, Sunday. ?. The authorities : of Scotland;, Xard have warned the Frenc...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Maitland Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

« Maitland Markets. Thursday's jrardings were fairly - large, . and except for a few, light prime quality bullocks sales were'again very dull, and values weaker. Our sales com prise— On account of F. C. Fenwicke, 31 steers and light bullocks at from £1 14s to £2 18s ; account of Northern Agents, 10 light bullocks at lrr.rv. -PO lQa +n to. IBa ? no count of A. Hall, 8 cows at Ll 12s ; account ot J. Dixon, cows at Ll 15s, steers at' L2 -17s ; account of C. Searle, cows at Ll 1 8s ^ account of the Misses Hall, 20 bullocks at from L2 17s to L3 10s; ac count of K. G. Higgens, -16 bullocks at L2 19s, steers at L2 10s to L2 13s 6d ; account of N. Agents,- steers L2 10s, cows Ll 10s to L2 ; account of Dixon, cows at Ll 12s, steers L2 12s, bullocks L3 7s. - Fat Calves. — An improve ment in the metropolitan market has had a corresponding ' i effect here, and values- realised n rlnnlrl/srl imnrnvfimonf. ? on recent quotations. j Fat and Store Pigs. — Al- ;.;; : ;though values this week showed ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Correspondence. It must be distinctly understood that, we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Auction Sales. John Robson WILL SELKat IngaM's yards, on SATURDSY KEXT, at 2 o'clock. V / / / 70 PRIME BACOlwIGB; for various owuers. ' / \ / Terns Casmy FAT & STQBEffULLOCKS. Q&obson HA syecem4-iristru-Mions Atom T. ? Wrjftirkor. to sey by- auction at Ingall's/yards, Durfgog,/nd TUES DAY, X7th July, yt 94, o'clock, 75 IIBM^n^and STORE BUL LOCKS-yireofc from.... Coneac, a RealU^Choj^i^m3N Wjbllbred Lot. Gp^SALE At tl^]TO0N 6HB D. HAVE recew-d.n8t^udii^8 frpm D. L. DAj^to'^W WEDNES DAY NE^i^^/Shdrp, 100 Hmp-GfltMTS /rid Chests of. ? /TEV: . I HO/ RESERVE—TIERHUt CA8H. Catlt^a ai^ibbott HAVE receiv^tnstructions from G. CousinB, /» sell by .Miction, at the Union Si^d.V WE^WESDAY NEXT, imnrediatelySafter'lpavia' Sale, A Large ^Lssortment or DRAPERY. Terma.Cnsh. J CarltoiNandAbbott HAVE received in/tructiqpa to sell at their yardk/on SATURDAY NEXT, A J 50 Fat and Stowi PIGS. T&rms Omd. Road Work. CLARENCE TO WN I THALABA ROAD./ THE TRUSTEES, witf meet Road Contrac...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THE GOVERNMENT AND THE LAND. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE ! LAND. 2p the Editor,, Sir,— Whatever may be the - .short comings of the present Government, itwill always be entitled to some credit; for attempting to place our land legis lation on a more satisfactory and per manent basis than heretofore, especially tr- nffirmincr'tTiA nrjnninln nf hiitvaV before selection and- classification of lands. This is the only manner in which thd fend between' squatter and selector'Can; become terminated, be cause it will prevent land speculators interfering ' with either the agricul- : turalist or the pastoralist. It has been shown that there are several million acres of good land open to selection, without.in any way interfering with the leasehold areas in the ' central di vision.-. If these are surveyed and the cultivatable areas divided into suitable portions according to locality and quality of soil, leaving the remainder, open to pastoral occupation, these will be sufficient to meet the requirements of bona-fide selectors fo...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Diamond. WHAT IT REALLY IS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

The Diamond. WHAT IT REALLY IS. The hardness and impenetrability so characteristic of the diamond, says Sir Robert Ball, would at first si^bt seem to refute the supposition that it is no more than a cluster of rapidly moving particles : but:.the well-known impenetrability of the gem ariseB from the fact that when an attempt is made to press a steel point into the stone, it fails because the rapidly moving molecules of the stone batter the metal with such an extraordinary vehemence that they refuse to allow it to pene trate or even to mark tbe crystalised surface. When glass is cut with a diamond, the edge Which seems so hard is really composed of rapidly moving atoms. Thp glass which is cut is also mertly a mass of moving molecules, and u bat seems to happen i'b that, aa the diamotiji is pressed for ward, its several particles, by ther^jL perior vigor, drive the little particles of glass out of the way. 1 Tbe Abbe Bruneau, of Mayenne, has been arrested on suspicion of -hav- ing murd...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

? Tho only. Paper published . in tho DumrAjr Electorate. An excellent ADVERTISING' M E D I V it Onsiml AdvortiBommiU Por Inch ? 3' Evory subsequent Inch 1/0 Special low QuolalioM fo-

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

./'j PPBt-ISHKI) BVERY ; A' TUESDAT A.ND FRIDAY Morning*. ;r AND CONTAINS^ ' . ' Latest . Telegraphic, . Commercial^ .. r Local s-General Ne iw. TERMS (in AdvanooJ . Per Quarter ... ... ?»» 6s Por'Vcar . ... ... ??? ? ? 20s

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

AIIB OUABANTBBD TO VJIVL -VBBT BATXSPAG* TION OTUEB-WISB WILL DB BXCIUNOBD. *- 813 George St., Sydney. (Opposite: Railway. Station.) v. . i T)|o.un'riv«Uod Knmi'jy.. 20s. J Watoii, A' Strongj Boli- - 20s. J.ablo, Cheap watob. J ( English Lover, fuU-juwollod, com £2 10s] pon»alion balance, 2 yeari' (.guarantee. ''My unequalled English Lover, - £3 lOtf? full covered cap, patent action, . C 3 ycarV guarantee. C My sjicciul Koy or Keyloss Knqlish . £4 \ Lever, cbrop'ensation balanco, patent (. hnnd-flnuhed, -1 yean' guarantee. ( Firet-clnss Key or Koylcn Bng £4 ' 10s - liah Lover, full oovored cop, pa (..tent, hand-finished. 4 years guar ^ ' ' ( First-clma Key or1 Koylost English »r l Lever, compensation balance, full coverf d cap, band finished, 5 years (guarantee. ( Tho ACMK English Lever, full chrono no j motor' balanco, adjusted, 15 ruby / Jowels, a corroct timekeeper, 6 years ... * (. years. '. Fly-baclc -Minute CHBONOGRHS ' £8 8a. Tho SPOBT8MAN, £10 IOs. Six ^ years' guarantee. Hi...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

l) thos. baker^ a c tioal Tailor, ^0^ ' ? Dowling-strcofc, -DUNGOG -?' JJEGS to return thnnka to Ins m\mTott8 Jt- cuetomora for. tli sir past support-, and uruscj by ftrict attention to business, In morit »? oantinuanco of their patronago. L'ooro is no need to »end away for Glothca 1 wriuntliey can ho iiladc as Cheap and , as tfood in the rown. A Perfect Pit Guaranteed. My T weeds, Clothe, Doeskins, Serges, Llamas, Buckskins, Worsted ft d Beavol Coatings, \ . r Bedford and Manchester Cords, ? Hair Linog, Etc. .? Aro ftli of. tho Best Materials to pick from, ? and woll shrunk boforo .making up. '* * ?V-WV., % ; 55o» - ? ?; The W.E.S.N. Co. ' (LIMITED), . . / CLARENCE TOWN. „? ' The Company's Steamer Cooreei ' r eaves Clarence Town with Passengers / and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 ' ? a m./ arid Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS -at 9.15 ft.m.;;untitfurtber notice. R. LYALL, V ' ' Secretary. ~~ ^11^.;. jones, ?'-.FAMILY butcher sungoer- , rN taking...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Memory of the Mutiny. INTERESTING TO OLD "SOJERS." [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Memory of the Mutiny. INTERESTING TO OLD 'SOJERS.' There is a house at Cawnpore, well known to the residents ana visitors, called .the -Saviida Koti. Within the compound of that house, in the evli days'ofttie mutiny, a terrible massacre of English officers and of women and cnuoren tooK, place, under the savage orders of Nina Sahib. The ladies were first torn apart from their huabanda, fathers and brotbers,..;ir--d then the males were butchered 'by musketry and sword-blades, their bodies being left on the spot to be devoured by jackals and vultures. Hitherto the site haB remained vacant, sufficiently 6o n s ecr a te d~ and commemorated by its own awful : memories. But there is now a danger that it may be devoted to vulgar uses, and the lesson that it, teaches quite forgotten. A Mahommedan lady is the legal possessor of the house and garden', and she desires — no. doubt within her just rights — to build some native tenements on tbe ground. A movement has been originated at Cawnpore to...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Tragedy at North Sydney. A MAN KILLS HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Tragedy at North Sydney. J A MAN KILLS HIS ,W1FE. ? -On Friday night a man named John Campbell killed hia wife, Jnno Rhind Campbell, at North Sydney. The scene of tho tragedy is a small four roomed weatherboard cottage situated i n Eureka-strect. . From the statement of Charloa Campbell, aged 17; a son of tho deceased, it appears -that his father and mother wore in the kitchen. Sounds of quarrelling wore honrd com ing from tho room,,, and . tho' husband was afterwards heard chopping wood in tho ynrd. The son, on entering an inner room to see what had been tbe causo of tho qtihrrel, was horrified to find his mother lying on a couch fiov»red with blood. - The father, who .had also. returned to the room, 'was holding a large cirring^ iniifu in his hand. The young follow immediately, attempted to take the knife from him. He throw him on the floor hut was unable to hold him there, and then ran' outaide and raised an alarm. Previous to that night the parties had been living on good terms,...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 17 July 1894

Commercial. - DUNGOG H. 0. Park & Co. report ns follows Maiao: Dungog, . 1* 7a; Clarence Town, 1b . 9d Kggs, 6d to 7d doa. Dull. , CLftff, 8s to 4s. Bacon, 3d to 4d Butter, 8d to lOd Dor lb. Cedar, Board, l5s to 16# per 100ft. Ducks, Is Cd to li 9d ~ Fowls, Is 6d to Is 9d Potatoes, 8s 6d to 4m owt. ?OaU;2s to2« Gd Beeswax, Od to 8d per lb. Cape Barley, 2s 6d ; English barley, ~Ss 6d. Edward Piper reports ' Make, still -very dull of sale ; Dungog, Is 8d ; Clarence Town, Is lOd. Bggs, dull. Will buy at market rates. Cedar, 12s to 16s. Oats, 2s to 2s 6d. Barley, 3i to 3s 6d. . Potatoes, 4s to 6s. Honefttlis per tin j slightly better in price. Beestrax, 'wanted in any quantity, 6d to 9d. Tobacco lesfiVSd to 4d. Dull. B®con, 8d:to.4d».^

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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