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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
-'vj. Sydney Markets. - ' ? . ? Sydney, Monday. m :????- -Hour — Quiet 5 N.S. W. roller selling 1 at from £8 12s 6d to £8: 15s; liew, £8 5s to £8'l0s per ton. ? : Wheat — Easier. New milling, 3a per bus ; chick wheat, 2s lid per bus. Maize — Prime very scarce, .and ?worth 3s 8d to 3s 9d ; medium 3s 3d to 3s 5d. -Oats — Firm. Prime bright feed, 2s 6d to 2s 7d. ? ! Chaff.— Best quoted nt £3 10s to ..??.j £3. 15s; other sorts from £3. I ITarley. — Cnpo, 2s lid. ?j Xiuccrue. — Hunter Hirer, inferior, . ? j £1 la to £2 5s ; prime £2 10s to £3 ! per ton. ?:| Hay. — Local oaten in bundles, £3 - I U £4;. . J _ Onions — Easier ; prime £5 10s to £7. Potatoes — Easier'; Clarence Kiver, prime, £3 ; Hunter. Itivor £3 per ton ; 'Warrnambool, £3 10s to £4. ^ . Sutter — ? Good demand ; creamery ? / . and best brands of factory, 8-Jd; fac tory, 8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb. Bacon — Somewhat easier, dull, hand cured, gij to 7d ; machine cured, 5£d to Gd ; middles, 7d to 8£d. ? Hams — Colonial, 9d to l...
Myall River. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
Myall River. (From our own Correspondent) We are having some very dry weather here for some weeks past, al- ? though several heavy thunderstorms passed over the locality, the ram wa» too heavy and of too shoit duiation, and did not prove very beneficial to the crops. The thunder at times waa ' -- WI.S1* ? LlV'N': ''''''''Si ? 'HO uyiiunug warn..--, the most vivid we have witnessed for ' some years. The wind blew a hurri cane and did a deal of damage to the ? ^ maize crops, which, by the way, have ? - been looking remarkably well, in fact, much better than we have seen here for some years. * A fire broke out ou Tuesday night & last, in an unoccupied dwelling situated in Bullahdelah, and owned by Mr R Quayle. The building was totally '^1- consumed. It is not known how the' fire originated, , although some of'onrrvR quick-sighted citizens have some poor wretch 'tried, condemned, and 'exe- --' cuted ' already. But in my opioion, the greatest absurdity with reference to the caBe ...
Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
Copeland. (From otir own Gorrcspondent.) Though all tho mines havo oom^S-' uv.Micod work after tho holidays, things aro rather dull. Grant arid party havo started .wovlc on tho Sydnoy Flag rtef, right hand ?«, bra.ich, and will incwaso the number ^ of hands when the wator lus been taken out of tho shaft! ' - - Andorson and nn,''tv lmv« hnirnn cutting a water raco from Sawyers Gully on to their aluicing claim which is situated next to Grant's loaap. The right hand branch crook does hot con- ? tain 'sufficient water for sluicing pur poacs oxcepting in very wot seasons. - The owners state* that it would pay - fair wagos with. a-coastaut supply of water. . At tho Hidden Treasure Mine pump ing waa commenced on Friday, last and tho water h coming out speedily. . Chubb and. party havo started to take out another crushing on the . Centennial reof. The reaf is now over 2ft iu width showing vory good gold, Coba.uk. The Masonic mill will complete a crushing of 60 tous during this week and nceu...
Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
Commercial. . DUNGOG H. 0. Bark & Co, report as follows : — 1 . Maizo: Dungog 2s9dj Olarenco Town, 3s, weovily unsaleable. Eggs, 8d doz. Chaff, 33 Gd to 43 Bacon, 4Jd 1 Butter, 4d to 6d . 1 Cedar, Board, 15s to 16s por ,100ft. y j Ducks, Is 6d to 2s . j. Fowls, Is 6d to 2s ( Potatoes, 8s to 4s owt. 1 Oats, 2s. Beeswax, 8d per lb. - ' Oapo barley, 2s d6 ; English baroly, 2$ 6d. Edward Piper reports — M&izo market still very dull, Dungog, 2s 9d ??si. ?. to 2s lOd ; .Clarence Town 3s Id to 3s 2d j. ' white and dark red maize unsaleable. ? ' Potatoes, £4, plentiful. V Chaff, £4 to £4 10s p Eggs, 7d to. 8d. . . ) Bacou, improving a Jittlo, beat worth 4d Wax, 6d to 9d - 7: ' Cedar, to 16s, according to size and quality. , ^ v . Butter, vory dull, 4d to Gd.
Subscriptions. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
\ - Subscriptions. ~~ Tho following donations liave been \ collected by Mra F. A. Hooke, towards the Hospital funds — i £ . B. (1, \ Mra Nowull (Myall Crook,) ... 0 2 6 i „ Byron ... ... ... 26 ? „ J. A. Byron .;. ... 2 6 .! „ Simmons ... ... 2 6 1 W.F.S.'. ... . ? 2* 0 ! Mrs Robinson ... ... ... 2 0 j Mr J. Gnrdnor... ... f ... 3 0 | „ J. Bignoll ... ... 4' ... 2 6 d ? ? „ Jos. Robaon . ... 2 0 - Mrs ICcnno:ly ... ...* .... 2 6 [ MrJ. Skillon ... .r . ... 2 0 ? | Mrs Irwin ... fit A 2 0 : Mrs J. trwin ... to ?? 2 6 ? „ -Smith ... £.. .3 ... 3 -0 „ English .30 ? „ Kingston ... ,1: £?...$ ... . 2 0 Mr.J Middlebrow £ ...$ ... 2 0 Mtb J. Moylun --;* £ ..£? ... 2 0 MwT. Moylun ; , /!? ,«* ... 2 6 ,,'lTiin ... «? ... t 2 G 1 P. Connolly. 1 ... ... 2 0 '? „ J^Wad? ? ' 2 6 „ lidtft.au ... ? * 1 6 Mr nnd Mrs .A. Newell, son. ... 6 0 ?Mr# Loan ... ? 2 0 Mrs Kealy ... ? 2 6 Miss Wik-o ... ... 2 6 Mr* Cox fMnin Crcok) ... ... 2 0 „ Hcnny ... ..; - ... 20 ,, W. Stanton ... ... 2 0 Mrs Middlobro...
Later. Mr Copeland Resigns. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
'Later. Mr Copeland Resisrns. The Minister for Lands has resigned after fully considering the whole mat ter. Mr Copeland called on the Premier J an intimated his .intention of resigning his portfolio, which he has held since the formation of the present Govern ment in October, 1891. The resignation was accepted. . When the House meets to-night a statement will be made. Mr Copeland himself will more fully explain the view he takes of the posi tion, and the reasons which induced him to decide to leave the Govern ment. Tiier# is great excitement in politi cal circles, and things are unsettled. A crowded meeting of the anti humbug league was held at Waterloo, the object of the league being to com pel the Government to provide work at curront wagos ; every adult em ployed to bo paid not less than 7s per day, male j female, 5s. A fine of £50 to bo imposed for tho breaking of this law for the first offence, aud £100 for every subsequent infringement. Mr James Boydell bus been ap pointed re...
A Scene in the House. A PUGNACIOUS MINISTER. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
A Scene in the House. A PUGNACIOUS MINISTER, SYDNEY, Thursday. The address-in-reply has been adop ted in the Legislative Council. In the Assembly it was moved by Mr Manning and seconded by Mr Morgan. Reid male a long speech and con cluded by moving an amendment em bodying an expression of opinion that the conduct of Ministers in advising the Governor to prorogue Parliament in the midst of an important session -was utterly unjustifiable and censur able. Sir George Dibbs followed with a scathing speech, affirming the simple question whether more time was to be wasted, whether the starving people asking for bread should be given a stone, or whether they would debate the question as to whether the Con stitution had been outragpd or not. He waa vei-y hot on Reid aud Parkes, concluding with the remark that the country objected to be governed by buffoons. Sir Henry Parkes followed, and de nounced the conduct of the Ministers on high constitutional and historical grounds. Mr Copeland follow...
PARLIAMENT AND THE LAND. to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
PARLIAMENT AND THE LAND. to the Editor. Sir, — It is noticeable that amid the multitude of election addresses now being delivered, very few allusions to the land question are to be found, al though it is one- of vital importance to' the colony. There is a good deal said about throwing the whole burden of taxation on the land, but very little olirvnf. m/lnnirio' n onnl a oAfflo /in 4-lia land, or encouraging those already in occupation by lease or purchase,' to persevere in the work of developing the pastoral and agricultural indus tries. In South Australia the results of neglect or improper- treatment of the land question is shown in the utter prostration of the pastoral industry. The pastoralists, instead of being as sisted in their struggle against the difficulties of soil and climate, have simply been driven to throw up the sponge, and abandon the conflict. What lias Been done in South Austra lia is sought to be done in New South Wales. On the pretence that it is sought to encour...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 19 January 1894
.Correspondence. it must bo distinctly undoratood that.wc do not hold ouraolvos rosponsiblo for tho opinions cxproadud by our corroepondentQ SANITABY CONDITION OF THE TOWN. . jlu xae j&aitor. Sir, — The sanitary condition of the town was to have been the first con. sideriition of all the aldermen at the time of their election. I do not think there has been one word spoken about this matter in all the Council's delibera tions,, and for what reason I do not know, ns there is the same urgent ne cessity for astringent by-law so as to preserve the health of the general public. If you ask any of the alder men why this or other necessary mat ters have not been attended to, they will simply tell you that they have not been able to get the by-liHVs into work ing order, but why have the by-laws not been fixed up ere this ? Echo answers why ? Perhaps the -Council are too busy in getting the streets in repair — which is very good in its way — -but perhaps they are trying to do the stree...
The Matabele War MAJOR WILSON'S FATE. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
The Matabele War ^^trOR WILSON'S FATE. I 'London, January 17. Iirther details have been fed; from.- South Africa re |g the fate of the small £of. , the . British ? South id G ompan-ies'. forcqs''uncler a- Wilson, who fell victims fcap-iaid jjy the Matabele. repprtcd that the British PB?rev 'met ''by 'overwhelming PRmibens of tho : Matabele,' but the small party ' of 'about ? 40 white men held their .own . for r six hours, during the whole of which time they fought des perately against enormous odds 'During the engagement Major \ Wilson, who directed the oper ations of the little band, was m wounded by a shot from, the ; ' Matabele ranks, but he con-: l tinued to assist his comrades.' | Eventually, at the end of six \ hrurs, the ammunition of the i. . British gave out, and they were at the mercy of Lobengula's troops. The natives made a rush, and took them prisoners. Seeing that all hope of escape was at an end the survivors of the party set to work to write farewell letters to their...
Tornado at Roeburn [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
V Tornado at Roeburn I Berth, Wednesday. — Another prricane has occurred at Rpeburne. The Avind blew with tornado force, and did much damage. Several home steads were completely wrecked The storm was accompanied Kit Tiocur-ir vniim nnrl sfiVP.rn.1 t rivers are now running bankers The telegraph lines have been destroyed at many places, and it is reported that several colored men have been drowned from pearling boats. Over 20 tves were lost, and tremendous, ?estruction of property is re fcrted. Twenty inches of rain Ml during the visitation.
A Good Time Coming. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
A Good Time Coming. I a contributor in a contemp : orary writes as follows: — 'A happy and a prosperous New Year to all. Most of us would bear with a little more happiness than has fallen to our Jot of late, and a slight increase of prosDeritv would'nt hurt us either. It has been smartly said that when viewed through the financial telescope. Australia appears to be bounded on three sides by a debt of ,£3 17,000,000 odd, arid on the fourth by the Day of- Judgement. All the same, however, the clouds are lifting and far brighter days are about to dawn. 'This is no idle . statement. Politicians give us all that is. required in that line. TlisPress must confine iJself to facts, for as, the patent medicine ads. have it, the people want proof, and this is particularly true of all public assertions made to day, before those assertions can can carry any worth. Proof of my statement respecting the dawn ot better days is shown by the fact that during the past week I have seen letters written b...
Copeland Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
Copeland Handicap. The following- are the handicap de clared for the chief event to be run at the Oddfellows' sports, Copeland, on Anniversary day : — . yds. P. Sanguinetti ... 2 C.Sargent... ... 8 J. Gmin ... : j; \;8 ? - H. Poid ... -... 8 J. IIilo ... ' ... -\8 E. Laskor . K. . - 10 Tom Smith 13 J. M'Lean .. ... 16 Kennie Criisholm ... 16 S. Deo ... I1.... ' 16 J. Doyle .. , .:. 16, W; Critteudon ?-,v.;. - 16-- - J. Lahpy .. . 16 ' A. Sanguinetti^ .'f. 17 P. Stone ... .C. . 17 C.Driscoll.. 18 P. Brockwell - 18 D. M'l?ae - / 19 J. Drumrnond' - - ? ? 23- ' -
Subscriptions. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
Subscriptions. ~ The following donations, have been collected by Mrs. .P. A. Hooke and Miss liobson, towards the Hospiial funds : £ s. d. Mrs. Nowoll (Myall Creek) o 2 6 „ Byron ... 2 6 .. -J.- A. 'Byron. ... 2 c „ Simmons ? ... 2 6 W. P. Simmons ... 2 0 Mrs. UobinBon . ... 2 o Mr .T. Gardiner ... 3 o „ J. Bignoll ... 2 G ,, .Tos. Kobson ... 2 0 Mrs. Kennedy ? ... 2 6 Mr J. Skillen- ? - '... '2 0 Mrs. Irwin ... 2 0 Mrs. J. Irwin _ .. .. - 2 6 „ Jmitli .... 3 0 „ English ' . 3 0 „ Mrs. Kiugston ... . 2 0 Mr J. Middlebrook ... 2 0 Mrs. J. Moylnn ... 2 0 „ T. Moylan ... 2 6 „ Lean ... -2 -6 rin,i,iniir 9. n Mrs. J. Wade v ... - 2 6 ,, Tidman C ... . 1 6 Mr. and Mrs. A; Newell, sou. 5 0 MrB. Lean .... ..2 0 „ -Konly ... : . 2 .0 Miss Wilco ... ?? ?? 2 6 Mrs. Cox (Mam Creole) - 2 0 „ Henny ... - 2 0 „ W.Stanton ... 2 0 „ Middlebrook ? 2 0 Ah Hoy :.. 2 0' Mrs. Kingston ... . ,- - 2 0 Mr James Barnes. ... --„/ -?^-?.? 2 C Mr J. Barnes, junior ^ ~ 10 Mr J. Stanton .. 5 0 Mr W. Haggarty . .....
Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. Plour — Quiet ; 'N.S1W.; roller sel'4ng at from £8 12s Gd to £8 15s ; new, - v £8 5s to £3 lOs.per ton. Wheat— Dull. New milling, 3s . per bus; chick wheat, 2s lid por bus. Maize — Prime, 3s 8d ; Tumut, 3s ? 9d ; medium, 3s 3d to 3s- 5d. Oats — Pirm. Prime bright feed, 2s 7d to 2s Sd. Chaff. — -Best quotf d at £3 10s to ?w- £3 15s ; other sorts from £3 ; vory prime, £4. Barley.— Capo, 2s lid. . ? .Lucerne.-^Hunter lliver, inferior, ! ? £1 Is to £2 5s ; prime £2 10s to £3 ? per ton. ? ' .! Hay.— Local oaten in bundles, £3 to £4. .- ?: :v.: ? Onions— -Globe, £6- 10s to £7; others, £5 iOs to £6. Potatoes — Easier; Clarence lliver, . - prime, £3 ? Hunter lliver £3 per ton ; AVairnambeol, £3 10s to £4. ... . -- Butter-^Good. demand ; creamery and best brands- of factory, 8 jd ; fac tory, 8d ; dairy, Gd. to 7d per lb. Bacon— Somewhat easier, dull, band curedj cjd to 7d ; machine cured, 5Jd ?j. to.Gd j middles, 7i to 8jd.. ? ? Hama— Cojonial, 9d to lid; Eng ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
Political. — Never in our political history has there been displayed such a reckless, and insatiable hunger for place and power, than the exhibition of lieid and party in their attack upon ' the present Ministry. Parliament can not Inst more than a few months, when it will be dissolved by effluxion of time, and then both parties can have a fair ? ? jUjd straightout appeal to the country. But until the machinery of the new Electoral Act is put into force and supplies passed it would be nothing short of a calamity to bring about a dissolution. Although Sir Henry Parkes talks gi! Iv of those who voted for the Ministry as being traitors to ?to the constitution, if we mistake not the country will aliinn that those who attempted to oust tliein in such a cri tical tune, are the traitors to the best interests of the colony. Hut the little game of lieid and Co. is easily seen through. They wished to gain the Treasury benches, so that they, could manipulate affairs at the general elec tion. W...
MAITLAND E. W. SPARK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
MAITLAND E. W. SI'AUK'b nEl'OIlT. - . Put Cuttle. — Supplies on Monday wore iw-t excessive uiid .with 'a good, nttcndanco'of-the trndo sales passed --fE briskly. I lrnil last sale mid suc ceeded in quitting consignments in advar.ee of those ruling nt opening sales. Thursday's ynrdings included sniiie very nice quality cattle, these met with fairly brialc competition and values show littlo nlteralion on Monday's rates. . I have sold— on ac count of H. II JHall, 7 bullocks froin £4 5 to £4i 15s, 8 sti-ers from £2 13s Cd to£3 12s; Executors Hon. A.Dodds, 21 bullocks and steers from £2 7s to . £3 13s, 19 cows and heifers from £2. 2s V_ to £2 lis; Capt„Mnyne, 27 bullocks . * from £2 10s to £3 lGs; J. Pine, 3 bullocks from £4 0s 6d to £4 lGs, 17 steers from £2 9a Cd to £3 Is, 1 cow at £2 17s Gd; A Park, 25 bullocks . from £3 5s to £4 lis; . J. Cavanagh, 10 bullocks from £3 5s tr£3 18s 4t\ (rough) at £2 12b Cd, Mrs Mackay, 25 bi)llock8 from £3 13s to £4 2s'; J. K. Mackay, 10 bullocks from ...
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
Passing Notes. Sir Goorgo Dibba believes in good luck, and leans hard upon it too. And tho astonishing thing is that it never flcem? to desert him. Perhaps this is partly accounted for by his perverse refusal to know whon ho is beaten. Ho irota a hard knock, and cues un der, but come3 up again serene iind smiling, to the dismay of Pnrkos and Reid, with tho now familiar .words in his mouth : ' Tho present timp, gentle men, clearly is not, us far as tho coun try is concerned, a favorable one for a chango of government.' This , was what happened on board tho Thotis the day before the opening of Parlia ment, when about forty-six Govern ment supportors greeted this profound truth with applause, which was re newed when tlio Premier further stated his conviction thnt ' a great deal of legislation iu a half completed state still required to bo dealt with.' Ho then went on to ennmerato anum-' brr of Bills that ought to be passed, ho said this session, each' one of which of course, furnished ...
Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
Commercial. . DUNGOG . -J-- n. C Dark it Co. report as follows : — 1 . Mai»ii Dungog 2s 9il ; Clarerco Towii, 3', ? 'JJrcrvily unsaloablo. ? Eggs, 8d dor,. , Chaff, 3s (id to -Is Bncon, 4Jd ? Butter, 4d to Cd v Cedar, Board, 15s to 16b per 100ft. 'Oi 'DuekB, la fid to 2s ^ . .. .' Fowls, Is Cd to 2s Potntoes, 3s lo ,4s cwt. Oat?, 2s. ' ? Boo9wi«, 8d per Capo barley, 2s dC ; EugtiBli barely, 2-1 Cd. ; ... . Edward Piper reports — . ; Maize market still very duHy. Diing'g. '2S9d ' ? ? ? ?'[ to 2s 10.1 ; ClQrenco Town 3s l'l to 3s 2d ?-T?' - white and dark ro'l liiaizo unsaleable. ? ' ? Piltafoes, ,B4, ulentiful. . , - ? ChafF, £i to £i 10a V.ggs, 7d to 8:1. Bacon, improving a little, boat worth 4d Wax, Gd to 9d ' Cedar, to lGs, according to sizo and quality. Butter, very dull, 4d to G l
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894
Local and General. R. Catiiolic. — Wo learn that the Rev. John Carroll, who has been act ing as assistant priest at Raymond Terrace for the past twelve months, haB.been appointed as Curate to the. Rev. J. ]?lynn, of Dungog. lie is spoken of as a very able and eloquent speaker, and at his farewell sermon at Raymond Terrace, nearly tho whole congregation was moved to tears. Late Divisiox. — We notice by the division list on. Mr Keid's motion of censure ogaiust the 'Government, which was defeated by one vote, that Messrs. H. H. Brown ond J. Gillies voted with the Government. The labor party voted in a body with the Opposition. Clakenoe Town. — At the recent examination for Iligli School scholar ships two pupils from tho public school, Clarence Town, presented themsolvcB, viz. : Thos. Dwvor, son of the head teacher, and Rollie Atkinson, son of the post and telegraph master, both of whom obtained scholarships. Clarence Crolter and Ilarry 'Williams, of Clarence Town, who have beou at tend...