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Why She Was Still Widow. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894

Why She Was Still a Widow. , A widow who had come from the city and ; established herself in a country town was ? visited by a friend from the old home. ' Well, how do you like it out here, nny ;? way!' r. 'Not very well.' ' People too rough for you ' They are not only rough— they are pccu. - liar ; and, in fact, the. men are greatly over- - ? rated.' 'In what way!' 'Well, I'll make a plain statement, and let you draw your own conclusions. I had read in the newspapers that women wero in demand out here, and I naturally cxpectod lomo little attention.' ' Didn't you receive it!' 1 'Wnituntill get through with mystato . mcnt, please. 1 bought mo a light-colored wig, got a new set of teeth, had my glass eye ? rcglnzed, and plunged into the mad whirl of lociety. That was six months ago, and 1 atn still a widow.' ' l'retty bad, I must admit j but didn't jou get any proposals?'1 ' One.' 'Why didn't you take him?' 'Influenced too much by appearances, doubtless. Perhaps I did wrong in reject...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Shed Nothing to Say. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 January 1894

Sht'd Nothing to Say, ? Two distinguished citizens engaged in a ' little fisticuff tho other day, and a reporter of one of the daily papers waa sent to inter view a Indy who had chanced to witness tlio ' affair from her porch. Tho reporter found her extremely reticent- about the atfaif. He had seen reticent ladies before, however, and diil not give up in despair, as some men might have done when the lady declared that she wouldn't ' open her mou th'about the matter.' *' That is riftht.' Raid the rennrter. lilnndlv. ' Stick to that. No one can mako you talk if you. don't want to.' 'I know that,' said the lady, 'and I'm not going to mix myself up in a little dis agreement between my neighbors. Both of the gentlemen are neighbors and fricndi of mine, and I wouldn't tor tbe world speak a word against either of them, tor one was just , as much to blame as the other, as far as I could see, and I saw the whole affair from be- ^ ginning to end, and could tell every word that was said if I w...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MAIZE DISEASES—A WARNING TO FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

MAIZE DISEASES— A WARNING TO FARMERS The Queensland Agricultural Department ' have landed in that colony some 1000 bushels of seeds, which are to be dis tributed forthwith. The con Biymutmt/ umiit's ifointne (Jmceci States, and the bulk of the lot . is maize, of which some dozen sorts are named with the fanciful alluring names which our American friends know so well how to .fasten on to any thing they have for sale. There are other seeds, such as peas, millet, sorghum, &c. Our con corn is with- the maize, which in every consignment broughthere from America is a sourco of danger to this country. There havo been maize diseases here; some of them sufficiently serious to cause alarm. But the really dangerous epidemic sniufe diseases of maize, which ha^'e at ctifferent times devasttjd ;? . , .tlie cefpal .in America, have not ?been seen here yet. These terrible diseases are of the ? fungus kinds, and Australia will be fortunate indeed if her maize crops continue uncon taminated w...

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Crawling Five Miles with a Broken Leg. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Crawling Five Miles with a Broken Leg. -???? , A correspondent - of the ' Northern Miner ' 'writes as follows Among your collec tion of Christmas .casualties yoii have missed one which shows the fortitude, almost amounting to Heroism, otten shown by a .youthful Australian bushnmn. ,-Tonv Brown, scar cely. 13, started last week from Pentland in search ot his father's two horses. Tom rode a mare and led a pack horse, . and arrived at Powlanthanga on Thursday last, looking for Recibanlc station. Mr J. Mona han directed him to within two miles of- the place, but the youngster got bushed, and came back that night. Next morn ing he started away confident that he could ? find the place, but when six miles from Pow lanthanga the mare he was rid ing; threw him, breaking his thigh, so that ? tlie bone . pro truded. The little hero, then started for Powlanthanga on one leg and two hands, and we can hardly realise the sort of time he passed that day and night. The poor little chap says the ants...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' — AND — __ Be Happ^. Send Your Orders to tlie *Chonicle Office' ' ? - FOB : JOB PRINTING. Advertise in tlie 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay You. TO STAND 'THIS seasqn - at - Church Hill, Monkerai, I'hk Eoadsteu Stallion T o ix xi g S&ales, YOUK O SHALES by Tlying Slmlca (imp) divm by Protection (imp.) , from Deception by Now Wurnor (imp.) 'IERM8: £2 l'« Muro; reduction for two or moro mures. . Good secure piiddouka - provided. ? l?vory euro taken, but no responsibility incurred. -Awh.y — ? GEO. W. TI'XCUME, Churoh Hill,~Monkorai;. 'J-'0 STAND, THIS SEASON WS&M BARRINGTON, Tim Blood Stallion & tK, A. T I S. Gratis- has stood -1 seasons at liurringlon and given every satisfaction ; his stork lmvo now liren liokcn in nnd are very quiet, and cannot be surpassed as good luicks. Tortus— Moderate, to meet- the times; for Single jVaroil 15* ; Two or moro, property of same owner ,C1 10s each. Deed l'udt'ocks provided for mores, nnd every caro take...

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Execution of Frances Knorr. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Execution of Frances Knorr. The last sad act in tho terrible drama of the infant murders in Melbourne w«b played out on Monday morning in the Melbourne goal. The criminal was a woman. With one exception, too, the only woman ever hanged in Victoria. The interest taken in tne caso was extraordinary. Up to the day before the execution petitions were presented to tho Executive praying that the death penalty might be com muted to imprisonment for life. Jones, the hangman, committed suicide, doing so it is alleged rather than carry out the sentence of the law upon a woman. No doubt the reprieve of Mrs Makin in connection with a similar crime in ?Sydney encouraged the petitioners to make every effort to save tho woman's life, but it seems to us under the exis ting law, these efforts are altogether mistaken. Supposing the law to be right, the accused had a fair trial, judge and jury have aftor solemn delibera tion, concurred in the guilt of the cri minal, and the sentence has been passed. W...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Butter! , Butter! - ? -^L £HOICE BUTTER from the ButtSr Cup Factory fpr sale by the un dersigned. Alsj-. pq^e Warden Honey at 4d per lb. '.M \\ $ T. if, HWT'SHISON, Baker: & Grocer. Auction Sales. DUNGOG Valuable Freehold Pro perty. John Robson XT AS received instructions from Mr ?*? II. yhelton to Sell by auction at Robson's Hou6l, Dungog, on SATUR DAY the lofli day /t/February, 1894, at 3 o'clock; / 3 TALOflBtB ALLOTMENTS of La mi fronting Eloiza Street, Becfirely-fenced, and occupying o|ie of the best positions in town for a villa. residence. TITLE GUARANTEED. Terms at Sale. Store' .Cattle. John Roh^tfii TI AS received instructions from Mr P. Koellqef _..Sell by auc tion at his yards, lJumjog, on SATUR DAY N EXT,#2QI;i}- instant, at ^ 2 o'clock, jgr Jr 25 Head jOCoice STORE BUL mCJjS, in forward conditiou. m'kMhon (Brother of H. MeKinnon, M. L. A.) Is a Candjdate for GLOUqfi|TER. ELECTORS/nre kindl^' requested to reserve their pledges until they hear his views. ^ A. M JP'...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Local anil General. Spojitino. — Tho woll known race horse Koscoe will this -week bo taken in hand by Mr I. Johns, who intends to givo him a run at tho metropolis. The in are Amber Queen has been sold to a New Caledonian sportsman, and will leave for her new home after the TVfftif.lnttfl rn/-na I Mixing. — Mr Bush, mining sur veyor, from the Church and School Lands Department, visited Cherry Treo Hill on Wednesday, to mark out seve ns mining leases. At/deiimanic.— Those gentlemen who aspire to alderraanic honors will ob serve that all nominations must be 111 the hands of the Returning Officer not later than February 6th next. Con auk. — The Masonic company expect to completo their . crushing of 60 tons and clean up on Saturday next. UAmirEna' UvrON. — .At n mfifitinc of members on Saturday last, there were present Messrs, R. Moylau (in the chair), J. Abbott, M. Kealy, Win. Robson, B. Cook, T. Mov'an and T. D. Hutchison. It was decided to have members' tickets printed, and the sales ...

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Shocking Suicide At Kiama. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Shocking Suicide At Kiama. Kiama, Tuesday. — This morning Daniel Seymor, aged 2G, living with his mother and brothers in Kiama, was found lyiu'g dead on the floor of his bedroom with his throat cut. (| The wound was about 7in. and l£in deep. A magieteral inquiry was held this afternoon, when averdict of death from wourds self inflicted was returned. Deceased was of quiet disposition, and appeared melnncholly 011 account of having had no work for the last four weeks. He had provinusly been em ployed as a quarryman at Sweeney's quarry. A letter writeri by him on a scrap of paper in lead pencil was found on the floor alongside the razor with which he cut his throat. The letter was addressed to his mother and said: — 'Dear Mother, — I am tired of life. I leavo you nll my money that is in the bank and what few pounds I have here. Don't fret for me. So good-bye. I hope ?God will have meroy ou me.-— - Daniel Seymor.' Deceased, according to his bank book, had £127 7s lid [in- the Post-offic...

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Church Services. JANUARY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Church Services. JANUARY. CntTHOH of England I Sunday 2lst. — Dungog 10.30, lay reader, 7.30, Uev. J. Vosper ; Underbank 10.30 ; Bondolba 3, Rev. J. Vosper ; Clarence Town 7.30, lay reader. 3. YOSPICR, ; iNOtTMHENT. PaBsnrrEBiAN. Sabbath 21st. — Dungog 10.30 and 7.30, Rov. Dl Baird ; Fosterton 3, Rov. D. Baird ; Monkerai II, Mr GK A. Mackay. REV. DAVID BAIRD. Wjsshsyan. Wednesday, 17th, Dungog, Short Servicos, Rev. F. Dixon. Sunday 21st.— Dungog 10.30, Rev. F. Dixon, 7.30 Rev. K. Middlotoh ; Bandon Grova 3 Mr W. Lloyd ; Cliichester-10, Rov. R . Middleton ; Clarence Town (School of Arts) 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon. . ' REV. F. DIXON Baptist. ] Lord's Day 21st,. — Thalaba 3, Rov. P. Dixon, 7.30 Mr Robert Berry sepr. Wednesday 17th.— Prayer meeting 7.30 R.- J. MIDDLETON.

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American Pensions [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

American Pensions. A writer in the Telegraph says: — Since writingthe other day on the growth of the pension burden in the United Slates, I have come across some figures which ore worth quoting in order to show the mng'nitude of the evil. They appear in tho President's Message. On Juiie 30, 1893, there wero, ouu,uj./s uuiuea on ine roil, or wnoin 459,155 wero pensioned under the Act of 1890, which allows pensions for deaths' and disabilities not chargeable to nrmy service. During the year 3S,G90 claims lapsed, and 123,634 new men got themselves quartered on the country. The amout esponded during tho fiscal year preceding the deliverance of | lie message was orer £31,000,000, und the estimate for the year next en suing was considerably over £33,000, 000. Think of it — nearly threepence a week taksn from every man, woman, and child of sixty millions of poople to subsidise a colossal gang of political loafers and harpies of the lobby? 'Wholesale frauds having been dis covered'' Preside...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

.Mrs Elizabeth ? Yates, the lady Mayor of Onohuuga, New Zealand, has been sworn a justice of the peace. The Government {Statistician esti mates that the land under cultivation in 1892-3 was 1,010,710a., and that the area under cultivation in 1893 4 will be 1,236,840a. A collision has occurred between two express trains, 14 miles from New York. Both were telescoped, and 20 passengers were killed. The arrangement for dividing the spoil in Matabeleland includes grants of land to the friendly natives. The, Brazil insurgents have been de feated in an engagement with tho loyalist forces. The rebel loses amounted to 400 killed. A number of loyalists captured by' the Brazilian rebels have been be headed. The temple of MaTsupu,atNingpo, China, caught fire when crowded with people, and in the rush to cscape 300 were crushed to death. Tho Rev. Dr. Paton, tho venerable New Hebrides missionary, has as sured the Marquis of Ripon that the system of Queensland labor contracts with Kanakas is ' scar...

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A Neat Take Down. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

A Neat Take Down. A young snob walking up and down tho platform of a railway station with a companion who had cbmo to boo him off, obsorvod two , handsome girls go into! a fii-at elnss carriage. ' Look here,' Le said to his companion, 'I'll LU„, ouuiy I'll (oil you what' I want yon to do. When the train is about to start yon cotne up and touch your hat, and fay to me, ' My lord, the dogs and guns are , in tho van.'' His companion smiled assent, but said ho doubted if he could do it with the proper air of a nobleman's servant. 'Is this nny Hunir l.'Iro ,'(??» l.o o^.lnrl .. l,n straightened himsolf, touched bis hat, and said, with a highly gentool accent, ' My lord, the dogs an l guns are in the van.' 'That's it,' said the other, ' That's .perfect.' Ho wont and took his seat with a lordly air in tho same carriage with the young ladies whose interest he was going to excite. The moment arrived, nnd the train began to move. His companion came up to the carriage window. ''Hey, Jock,' ho ...

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Latest News. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. GOVERNMENT PROGRAMME. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Latest IN ews. . ? -[tly Telegraph.] OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. GOVERNMENT PROGRAMME. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Parliament was opened to-day. It was stated in tbo opening speech that the estimates of expenditure for year will be prepared without delay, Due regard has been paid to rigid economy, and without interfering with the efficiency of tho public service. at tne earnest possible- opportunity Parliament will be invited to consider the Crown Lauds Leasos and Pur chases Validating Biil ; Mining on Private Lands Bill, which passed the Assembly during last session, and is of the utmost importance to a largo sec tion of the community ; the Coal Mines Regulation Bill j and certain financial and other bills partly.doalt with during the past session. The important interest involved in the friendly societies demand that these Friendly Socio lies shall receivo all the protection and assistance which reasonable legislation can afford. The bill to. be submitted, is for the better regulation of those s...

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Cricket. ARABELLA'S VISIT TO EGGLESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

Cricket. AEABELLA'S VISIT TO ECCLE3 ?? TON. ? ? ? ' ' Br TUE TllAMl'.' Tho small and usually quiet villago of Salisbury was awakened , to a otato of oxcitqment in tho early hours of Saturday morning -last by the appenr unce of a large number of horsemen and horsewomen riding along the Allyn ftiver road. Tho latter taking what promised to ba a most exciting match between tho Arabella nnd Ec eleston cricket clubs. After a ride of two hours over a road of which little good can bo said, though a great deal may be, done, the visiting team arrived on the ground at Eccleston, which is situated in a pretty spot near tho bai.ks of the beautiful Allyn River. The. Messrs. Sivyor were in waiting, and gavo one -and all n most hearty welcome. , After stifiScirnt time had been al lowed for all to meditate deeply cn the chances of winning or losing tho game, also to dispatch a stray snake, which with more energy than good sense had made its appearance, tho rest of the home team arrived, and after r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

The only PnporpubliBhed in tho Dubham ? .Electorate. : An . excellent AOVJiSTJSIlTa ' 31 E V IV H ftosunl Ailvertinm»eiits For Inch ? * ... ' 8f ' Every subsequent Inch 1^0 Special Loa Quotation Jar Standing Advertisement*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

i-i t n- -i n t. as I at7ABANT»KDIOOIVBBV2HYBiTIB?AOTIOK ' 0T1IKSW1SB WJZA M BXODAJfGBD. 818 Gteorge-St,, Sydney. (OrroBrre Railway Statiob) ( Tho unrivalled Kjtlebb ~) ? ? 20s. 5 Watch. A Strong. Bell- v 20s. ' C»blo. Cheap Tatoh. ) f Knglish Lever, fulljeirollcd.com £2 1 OS. 3 rensotion balance, ' 2 years' 1 guarantee. t My unequalled English levor, £3 10s A full covered cap, potent action, | (. 3 years' guorantoo. YMt special Key or Keylces English 'l»ovor, compensation balance, patent j i action, 3 years guarantee ' { First-class Key or KeylessEnglish £4 10S. | Lever, full covered cap, patent, (hand finished. 4 yeore' guarantee. ( First-class Key or_ KeyleBS Engliirti P Fi j Lover, compensation balance, full J covered cap, nand finished, 6 years' ( guarantee. /?Tho ACME English Lovor, full chro r o] nonietor balance, adjusted, 15 ruby 1 jewels, a correct timekeeper, 6 years* C guarantee, _ Ply-bacY Minute CHRONOGRAPHS, *8 8s. The SPORTSMAN, £10 . 10s. Six years' guarantee. Highl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

THOS. BAKElt, Practical Tailor DowJing-strcct, DUNGOG. - ? rjEGS to return lhanlta to bis numrrou J3 customers for Mi sir past support, am truscj by strict attention to business, to men a cjQtmwaneo of their patronage. Tflcro is no need to send nwav for Clothe wiianthey can be inudo us Cheap and u . Ouod in the town. ' A. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Mr ..... . Tweed 8', Clothe, Doeskins, Sergoa, Llamas, Buckskins, Worsted* aid Beuvei t-'outings, . Bedford and Manchester Cords, Hair Lines, 'Etc Arc all of tho Best Materials to pick from and woll shrunk boforo making up.' The 'W.R.S.N. Go. ' ' . (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. Tho Company's Steamer Cooreei eaves Olaroneo Town with Passengers - and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 ?- : a.tn:, and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THTJIISTJAYS, and SATURDAYS - ; at-9.15 a:m., until further notico. R. LYALL, - Secretary. S J. A. JOKES, FAMILY BUTCHER. DinucLeroB* £N taking this opportunity to_ thank the public for paBt support, wishes to in...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894

- J t . The Canadinn Government poposa to give a subsidy of £150,000 to a lino of Atlantic steamors. ? J Signor Crispi, the Italian Premier demands a Dictutoi-'s powers for six months in order that he may quell the revolt in Sicily. I Seventy loadors of a Czech secrot i society are being tried at Prague cor ^ fomenting riots and msultiug the Em-: \ peror. ? A Proteafcrnls at Yovo, Uganda, have l | killed 30 ot tho Mahomednn leaders ' a^dCniide prisoners of 1500 women: a^wchiWrpn. ^ Mrs 13. lfl'^lii6son has. given birth 'w-.j1 to a daughter. 1 * .; .. ? Near Culorame, E112., two brothers ? I and a sister, aged respectively 87, 89, i.and 81, died within 12 hours of each other. , ! j Mr Wnddell, M.L.A., says it' would _ be criminal 011 the part of Mr lieid to ??1 ' waste the remaining days of Parlia ment in a fight for ollico. ? Tho Duke of Portland is Bind to have an income of £30,000 por annum from stud liorsoc, tho original outlay at most not being £5000 in all. _ 1

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