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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

The onlylfap.or publiah#4 . in tho' DumtAJt' Elcetorato. A* fxcsHcnl ADVERTISING y. ' ' M E'!) I XT At - **' ' ; - Onaunl Advertisoments '^r Por Inch ... ... ... 3's Evory subsequent Inch 1/0 ' Special Zotp Quotation* fir ? ;v ?- Standing Advertisements - ???;

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

' ? ruumiiED rvEiijr -Tuesday Morning,-. ... ? AND CONTAINS . Lititti Ttlcgrapluc, ' ' Qommcrci-tlr:.:\* - ./ ? ? J^ocrt? tj* (7ene*-(tl -Zfcft's. ? TtiJlMS (in A-rtvnnceJ L'cr Quarter ? 'Pit Year ... ? ?

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 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 — 5 January 1894

THOS.- BAKER, P r a c t i o a 1 T a i lo r , ^Do^yling-sfcrecfc, DUNGOGh BEG8 to n-'t^rn thanks lo bis numrreus customers for tlwir prist support, and vriistj by strict attention to b-'isincss, to morit * u^atinuttnoo' of 'their patronago. I'flDTO i3 ? no need send away for Clothes jviitfiithoy ' can bo *xiado as Cheap, and as Good in!tho town. ? A, .Perfect Fit Guaranteed. ' - My , . Twceds/CIoths, ' Doeskins, Serges, -, Llamas, 'Buckskins, . Worsted a id Beavci routings, x * . Bedford nnd Manchester Cords, Hair Linos, 'Etc. Ave all of tho Best Materials to pick from, and woll shrunk before making tip. ?=CrsrHsF^=53e* The W.R.S.K. Co. . ' (LIMITED), p.L'ARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer ' Cooreei eaves Clarence Town with Passengers nnd Cargo on MONDAYS, WED-' NESDAYS, and PHI DAYS nt 9.30 a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.ni., until further notico. K. LYALL, Secretary. j. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTCHER. -????/ . DuuEro^' fN taking this opportunity to th...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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ALBIONS—2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Mgz. ; ALBIONS — 2nd Innings. I - S. Webber, b Steuerwiild ... 0 i -V. . . . A. Boots, b.o.w., b Leo . ... 80 Watta, c Taylor, l( yotter... — 25 ? jsif; ? Q-.'-Wrightson, b Steuerwald 1. ^E^^^Wt-Wngbtgon, o Stouorwald, b Leo 0 ;.'r TJ'HodgeB, not out ? 12 H.iAbbott, b Potter ? ' 14 t r A. Moore, not out ? 1 '' ' . .---SuTidrLca .. . . '' ,,, 1 ' — ? ; S(i vjiokoV ??? ^ 1J0

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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SELLING STAKES.—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Selling Stakes.— 0 furlongs. Amber Queon 8-13 Cavalier 8-6 *...' .... Walgett 8-G' ... ... 3 Cornstalk also starloJ, They got away well together, Jand a good race was witnessed, Ambsr Queen winning by half a longth. The winner was nfterwards submitted by auction, and was bought by Mr Johns for £30.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Qommercial. '*?' , DUNQOG H. 0. Dark & Ooi roporfc as follows : — ;i-'M,:Htaizo: Dungog 2s 9d to 2a 10; Olaronoe 1 Town, 8s to 8s Id. - / - . -Tjga, fid to 7ddoz. . . . clififf,v4s to -la Gd Bacon, ^unsaleable ? Butter, Cd Cedor, Board, 16s to 16s per 100ft, Ducks, 2s to 2b fid if good. Fowls, 2s to 2s Cd if good. Potatoes, to £6 ; brisk - Seed Oats, 3s to 3s 3d j in demand Beeswax, 8d per lb. ^lapebarloy, 3s { Engliali baroly, 3s Edward Pipey- reports — ? ,,Mai?e market atili very dull, Dnnuog, 2s 9d V: 2s 4.qd J OJarencp Town 8s Id to 8s 2d ^(?bito and^wrkr rod m«zo unsaleable. . Potatoes, £'l,«KAiful.j Chaff, £4, to^T^Oa ' ^ ? Eggs, 7d,t6 8d. . - v ? . Btvcfln, 'mnproving a littlo^bf^t lYOftb 4d *\ flp.n(jy, ^2s Qd pe(- tip. 1 '~ - - (3d to 84 Cedar, to i6s, according to size and quality. Buttpr, very dull, 4d to 6d. Heavy fogs darkened the city of Amsterdam, and during; a few hours . V 22 persons were drowned in the canals.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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D. J. C. HANDICAP.—1¼ mile. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

D. J. C. Handicap. — 1£ mile. Cangon 7-2 ... ... 1 Alethe 8-10 ... ... 2 Lyoness 8-13 ... ... 3 Walgett, Aaron, and Barbara Hare were the other starters. A good start was Jeffeeted, and it1 was seen thai Cangon intended to win, or, die in the attempt. He was soon in oommand with Aletbo close up. He made the pace a cracker going up the hill, being nearly two lengths ahead, Alethe and Lyoness being nest, Walgott a length away, and Aaron hopelessly last. They came in sight again in much the same order, and raced into tbo straight, when Alethe made a hard struggle to get on oven terms with the leader, but could not manage it. Cangon won by a length amidst great excitement. Time 2 mill. 14. sees. \

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Church Services. JANUARY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Church Seryices. JANUARY. I fmnnori o» liKni Avn 1 Simla}' 71 li.'— Dungog 10.30 II.O. . and 7.30, Hev. tl. Vospor, both services i Ilcndolba ' 3, Rev. J. Vosporj Clareneo Town 11 . and 7.30, Mr King. J. VOSPICR, : ? ? Inoumdeni.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

PnEsnxxBniAK. Sabbath 7tb— Dungog, 10.80, Mr F. A. Hooko j and! 7.30, ilr Q.A. Muekay; Monkcrai, 11,' Mr G. A*. Mackay ; Telle glierry 10 30, Booral 3, S roud 7.30, 'Bbv. D.'Baird. - BICV. DAVID BAIRD.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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STRANGE JEWELS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

STRANGE JEWELS. Creole women mako uro of tho Cucuyos. to increase the splendour of their boilcbtes. * * Sbrange jewels 1 which musb bo fed, which : must bo bathed twico a day, and must be incessantly taken care of to prevent them from dying. ~ The Indians co teh these insecta by balanc- : ing hot coals in tho air, at the end of a ? stick, to attract them, which, proves.; thai: tbo light which theso insects diffuse is. to at, tract. Once in the hands of the women, tho Cucuyos are shut up in little cages of very fine wire, and fed on fragments of sugar nano. When tho Mexican ladies wish to i adorn themselves with bheso living dia- . moiid.*, they placo them iu little bngs of ? light tulle, which they arrange with taste ? on their skirts. There is another way of mounting the , Cucuyos. They pass a pin, without hurl- ; ing them, under the thorax, and stick this ' pin iu their liuir. The rclinemenb of elegance consists in combing with tho ' Cucuyoj», humming birds, and real dia monds, wh...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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HACK RACE .—¾ mile. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Hack Race— 4 injle. Freemason 8-7 ... ... I Cornstalk 7-0 ... ... ? 2 Whitothorn 7-0 ... ' ... 3 There wero si; starters, arid proved one of the bpst races of the day. The horses were rather fractions at tbe starling post, but when a report was started that there was a bullock on the course, thoy stood as still as mules. Tho flag dropped and they went off with a splendid start, tho riders hardly roalising tbat thoy had beon ' had.' \Vliilphfl'n, and Jack Jones wero first in command, and 33 they camo into the turn for homo it was anyone's race, Whitethorn, Jack Jones, and Freemason leading in- turns. There was an exciting finish up tho straight bctw'i en Freemason and Whitethorn, As they nearid tbe winning post Cornstalk eame with a rusb, and was close upon old Fieemason, who won by half a length. Thereat were close up. Time 1 tmn. 20^ sec.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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WHAT HE NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

WHAT HE NEEDED. ( Thk young man had gained the consent of tho . rich physician's daughter, and he : wanted tho father's, bub ho didn'b. quite j know, how to spring tho question on his i unsuspecting victim, finally he concluded j to call on him professionally. f 44 Something's the matter with mo, pir,' * j ho said, and he looked it, for ho was scarul ; I half to death. : 44 (Jm-um-or Ishould think so,' rospondofl e. the physician, putting his fiiigor on his, | pulse, ! The young man ran over; a schedule of symptoms. v V V 44 Vou need chango of scone and air,'^/ - finally remarked the doctor. 44 You ought to travol.' - ^ s } The youpg man grow heroic on the spot. 44 1-I-I am in love,' he stammered. 44 1 ? want to marry your daughter.' \ [\ Tho physician dropped his pationt'shund, and looked ab him a moment in blank amazement, then his voice camo back. 44 Moro reason than over,' he exclaimed,; 44 why you should travel. Thoro's. tho ' door, Git,' and tho old man epoko with ^ucli fierce...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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WELTER HANDICAP.—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Welter Hand icap.—G furlongs, Lyoness 10-3 1' Aapon 8-11 ... ... 2 Walgett S-S ... ... ' 3 Wirroo, Emperor, and JJarbara Hare were tho other startors. They got away well together, Wirroo lead over f}}0 hfllj witty Lyoness next. They came in view again ifi the same or'er, but Lyoness 30.01} assuuicd the leat!, tind Wirroo having shot Ijjs bolt, retired. Walgett and Aaron both tried to overtake the leader, but had to give up tho task as hopeless. Lyoness won by a length from Aaron. Time, 1 inin. 20* sees.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Cricket. On Monday lii'-t match between the Dungog 0. C^find the Newcastle - ''-Half-Holiday' Q.O., was played on tho ?. -PnrK nnd ?ufAHf a. -well-contested: game -?'ended in a Victory for Dungog by 20 runs. ? Great interest was taken in match, arid notwithstanding the coun . ter attrvutious, fully 150 persons wit v tho match. I\-r the victors . )--?Bi-$noll (12), Griffiths (14), ? - /ftlio first innings, and Elliott (20), t ./ / l'ightson (13), Bignell (10), hud ^4oU^(13)||lft,yed;Soimd cricket for -tb&rVtins j^vmlat Lipman (40), and V* Terry (17 and 11) were the most suc - cessful run-gettters for Newcastle. Ilodges kept wickets in splendid style for. Dungog, and Bignell, Potter, and ? Stanton were ? the most nucccssful ? bowlers for Dungog, whilst Lipman' and Hooker trundled well . .for the Newcastle team. Appended are the scores ? ? HALF HOLIDAY C. C. 'v. DUNQOG 0. C. - H. II. C. G. — 1st Innings. ; A. Torry, run out ... ... 17 T. Gilbert, b StantoL ... ... 14 - .11. Ear...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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HURRY SCURRY.—¾ mile. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

IIurri' Scurry. — J-milo. Freemason 8-10 j ... 1 Gentle Annie 7-0j ... 2 Yarrow, Jack Jones, and Coolah were the other Btarters. Jack -Jones got a flying start, Coolah and Gentle ?Annie being next, tlio latter forging her way to tho fronfcnt the back of the course. Sho load until the home turn when Jack Jones waa let go nnd ho came home an easy winner, being hard held. Freemason passed Qeutlo Aunie who ran a good third. A protest was entered against the running of Jack Jonee, aud after the matter had been investigated by the stewards, the horse was disqualified for the meeting, and Freemason declared the winner. Time 1 uiiii. 20 sees.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Dungog C. C.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Dungog C. C. — First Innings. ?' A. Bignoll, c Farroll, b Lipman 12 * (J. AYnghtson, b Hooker - ... . 6 ( 1 W. Boots, b Lipman ... 3 H. E. Elliott, b Lipman ... 2 V- ' , , J. A. Hall, c Terry, b Lipman 8 |' J. Hodges, e Liisk; b Hooker. 4 ijiM J. Griffiths, run out ... 14 ^5 | ' W. D. Readett, b Lipman ... 1 y)' , J. Bignell, o Hooker, b Lipman 7. ?i// - 'W. Potter, not out ... 6 7 S. Stanton, b Lipman '... 0 Sundries ... 5 ?' Total 68 - Second Innings. Bignell, b Terry. ... 7 . . Hodges, b S. Lipman ... 3 e G. Wnglitson, b Hooker ... 13 ^ *'* J. Griffiths, b Ilooker ... 8 H. E Elliott, b Friend ... 20 ifj i' J. A. Hall, b Hooker, ... 0 ssf&S&'r™ Jos. Bignell, c Cole, b Hooker 16 ?'C* ?? u W Boots, e Lusk, b Tarrell ... 2 t^wwhsr-WV-D. Readett, b eVrcll ... 1 ~ ? - W. Potter, b Lnsk ... 13 ;fS. Stanton, not out . ? ... ^ 2 : 7' i - Sundries ? 2 x 1/ Total 87 . ' — §-:s:-s.v:vP vOn Saturday last a matcli was con cluded between the Dungog Second Eleven and the Albions,...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

SECOND DAY. Although tho weather was cool and i agreoablo, the attondanco was smaller than 011 the previous day.* 'fhe racing I was good, tho finish in the Shorts Han dicap being a very oloso an* oxcitiug ono. Tho only unpleasant occurrence at tlio mo'tihg was tho inquiry into tho suspicious running and subsequent disqualification of tho horse Jack Jones, in tho'Hurry Scurry. Following aro results of tho various ovonts:^ Shorts .Handicap. finite, Aletlio 9 (O'Kcefu) ... 1 Amber Queen 7-7 ... 2 Mount Morgan 8-4 ... 3 ? Cavalier and Freetrader were the other startt-rs. This was undoubtedly the best race of tho day. Alotho got the best of the start. Amber Queen and Mount Morgan being next. The Queen lead as thoy came into sight, and continued in command until the ! straight was reached, wfcou Alothe was brought up with a desperate rush, and succccded in pas^g Amber Queon just on tho post, and winning by a little overa head ; Mount Morgan was a good third. Time imin. 17secs.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Visitor's Opinion of Dungog. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

A Visitor's Opinion of Dungog. As one who has travelled over a considerable portion of N.S.W. , I know of no country town where such alterations have taken place as iu thia little town I 'am now writing ol. About twelve years ago when I last visited it, one would hardly Drediet that such wonderful improvements would take place in so short a time. Tho splendid buildings consisting of Banks, Hotels, and Stores, added with Bcores of cottages ? that have been erected, have completely changed the appear ance of the little Dungog of the past. The residents have as much grounds to be proud of their rising city as the Sydney folks have of their harbour. Dungog is ono of the prettiest little towns in the colony. '? _ Itj? situated on the bank of the Wil liams River, with an abundant supply of good water, with wide well laid out Btreets. The gentlemen who have been honored by tbe ratepayers with a seat on the Council of their new Municipality have reason to be proud pf having vgry superior ad...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

To the Editor. Sir, — In justice to myself 'and also in order that poreons interested in the mutter may be in a position to judge as to tho necessity (not to say uvitivo) for Mr George L -wrey's action in re porting on a so-called obstruction on tlio by-road loading from Mary-stroofc to tho main Thalaba road, together -with the subsequent assertion by a certain section of the Council, that the public intorest demanded its re moval, kindly publish the following, which, to those ? acquainted with tlio rcsidonts, speaks in umnistakeablo terms.— Yours, etc., ? W. IT. ABBOTT. ! Violet Hill, Jan. 3rd, 1894. Thalaba, December Gth,' 18D3. Thk Mayor and aldbuuen, Municipality of Dunooq. Genilemen, — We, the unclorsignod residontB of Thala ba desire to state for tho information of tho Council that, in our opinion, thcro is no actual iobatructioa existing upon the road running' through Mr II. Abbott's property to tlio Abbottsford crossing, tho gate leading from Mary-atrcot into Mr Ibbott's lan...

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