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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

Auction Sale. DUNGOG- * Valuable Freehold Pro perty., ~ ' Joliii Robson , LTAS received .'instructions fsonrMr,' H. yholton to sell by auction at Robson's Hotel, Dungog, on SATUR DAY the 10th day of JTobrurfpy, 1894, at 3 o'clock. ?: / - ? .. -? 3 VALUABLE. ALLOTMENTS of ^Land fronting Eloiza . Street, ?s^ecuroly fenced, and occupying : .T. -' one of ;thorbe9t' positions;' in v ; - to'wiLfor a villft residenrco. / TITLE GUARANTEED. Terms at Sale. ? Indiiceiiient to Pay. QjOLLisN A WALSERiillow 2} ^V^per cent, discount on all current accounts pniil ON or BEFORE the Sist instant. R. R.a Goinpany. i MEBTINjG- of, -the Members of xx ' the/fate R. R. ^oinpitny-.-niir be iield in ttfe Scllpol of Arts on MON DAY, 29m in atj'7 at A o'clock sharp. Winding up' of Affair.*. ;i.; 3. A. JONES, ' ' Sec. In t^^Sumesie Couiit op New ?' South Waxes. ? PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the WILL of JOHN SINZ, late of Stoney Creek, near Brook-' ? held, in the Colony of N ew South ' Wal^a, farmer (deceased). A P...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

. Latest INews. [By Telegraph.! SYDNEY, Monday. The political situation is unaltered. The Government intend lo carry out the programme, as indicated in tho opening speech.*! ? Finincial matters will be doalt with, half finished mea sures will bo rpstorod to the business paner, and -the Minins on Private Lands will be taken by the Council. An agitation is still 'on foot for the restoration of Mr Copeland as Minis ter of Lands. A deputation of over 20 non-party members waited upon Dibbs, asking for his ro-instatement. LONDON, Sunday. The Italian army is being slowly mobilised to prevent tho extension of the revolt in Sicily. Italy is unprepared for war. Captain Francis, Ranfs R*inger,. states that ordnrs \voro given him to taTio no Miitabolo prisoners, and con sequently they were shot down. He saw woundr-ta natives shot by tho Becliuana police. He himself, shot two prisoners, and his own men shot four. Tho Czar liascrcasod a female Ad miral in the person ef Queen Olga of Grcecp. The B...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Dungog Cottage Hospital ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

Dungog Cottage Hospital ANNUAL MEETING. ;. The annual- meeting of members was held in the Seh'ool of Arts on Friday, last. Mr F. A. ITooko (President) occupied tho chair. The . attcndanco was meagre. The annual report was read by-tho Secretary as follows : — ' ANNUAL REPORT Fok tue - Y'EAit ending-. 31st Decem ber 1803. ? ' Ladies and gentlemen — In tho annual report for.lastyear it was' stated that the memorial stone of the hospital was laid ; by Lord ' Jersey on tlie 24th Nov., 1892. During the past year the hospital has been com pleted, furnished, insured, -and put into thorough working order, and -Mrs Whitehouse .appointed n,s. the matron. Ill the, main building o£: the hospital there are two wards, one'.for men con taining tliree -beds having a cubic air. space of 6000ft., and one. for women containing two beds having a cubic air space of 4320ft; In addition to these a small wooden building lias , been erec ted -with two wards,' for cases of fever and other infectious diseases....

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 — 23 January 1894

Church Services. I .M.N' ['A BY. . , Gnnaon or EifOr.AND I - Sund.-iy 28lh. — Dungog 8 , a.m. 'aud 10.30, ltov. J. Yos'per, 7.30, lay rnnder ; Clarence Town 1 1 a.m., laj ro.idor, 7.80, Rev. J, 'Vospor ; Glen William 3, Rov. J. Vospor ; Bendo!bii3, lay roader. ? J. VOS?IClt, Inoc.muunt. PimsnsTBnUN. Sttblmth 28tli.— l)nngog 10.30, Kcv. D Oaird, 7 31, Mr C4. A. Mackay ; liun ' dou.Grovo 3, Mr F. A. llookc ; Tarry burn 4, l!ov. Di Buird. Monday, 2Uth. — liijf.Crock 10.30, Ucv. I). , Baird.-- ... -BIC.V. DilVID IUTRU. :

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

JL'Jio only Pnper publicliod 111 tlio Durham Eleclornto. Ah excel I nit A D J'JiJt TTSIKG 31 JC D I V M Casual Advertisements For Inch ... ... ... 3r Every subsequent Inch 1/G Special X.010 Quotation* for St am Hi:// Advertisement*.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

rrnUfUIKl) TvVUUY ?: TUESDAY AND Mil DA Y Mornings. ? AND CONTAINS - Latc.tl 57| ^graphic,. Commercial , Jjooal General News. ' TERMS (in Advance; I Per Quarter ... ? Gal Per Yctir ... ... ... .??? SOal

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

ABEOUABANTBEDTO.OIVRBV5RT8A.TI8FACTIOM 0THB1IWISB WILL BB BXCIUtfQRD. 813 . George-St., Sydney. (Opposite Railway Station) ^ ( Tlio unrivalled Kumiss ') ? '20£. 5 Watch. A Strong. Roll- £ 20s. ( able, Clienp -vatcb. ) f Knjjlisb L-jver, fiill-jowolled, com £2 1 OS. 3 nousntion bnlnnco, 2 years1 ' guarantoo. (My unequalled English T.ovor, £3 lGs, ? full coTcred enp, patent notion, ' C 3 years' gunmnloo. ( My special Key or Koyless English JE4 Xever, compensation bnlaneo, pntonb I ( action, 3 jcara gimranteo . ?C First-class Kej or Keyless English 10S, j Lever, full covered cap, patent, (. hand finished. 'lyearR'guarnnteo. C First-clnsB Koj or Keyless English vnc \ Lover, compensation- balance, full ?k' j coTcrcd cap, hand finished, 5 years' ( guarantee. YTho ACMK English I.over, full chro T Qinoniotor balance, adjusted, 15 ruby J jewels, a corrcct timekooper, 0 roars* 'guarantee. Flv-baok Minuto CHRONOGRAPHS, £8 8s. The . SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Sir years' gunrantoo. Highly reeommonded. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

THOS. BAKER, Practical Tailor , Dowling-streot, DUNGOG. BEGS to rotnrn tlmnkB to Ins nmmrou customers for Mi air pnsi support , anc i»ruscj by atrict attention to business, to men a ojntiiiuancd of their patronage. 1'nero is no need to oend away for Clotha wnaothoy can be inado as Choap and ai Good in the town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Tweods, Cloths, Doeskins, Serges, ?u » I/lamas, Bucks?;ins, V* .Worsted aid Beavei Ooat.ing», Bedford and HanoliC{'toriCord8, Hair L111C3, Etc h Aro nil of tho Best Material to pick from, and well shrunk beforo making up. The W. R.S.N. Co. : (LIMITED), CLARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer Cooreei ?' ~ eaves Clarence Town with Passengers ? and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS ' at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. R. LYALL, ? ? . Secretary. .. fr^ mgn '' - ; ? J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTCHJi.fl. Pn TTI gog. IN taking this opportunity to thank tlio publio for past support, wishes...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Eggsactly. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

Ejgsacfcly. ' Di you recollect Shakspsaro's famous re mark that ' all tho world's a stage V ' '? Yes.' . ' Did you ever nolioo that it appliea to nhickens.as well as to people ?' ' To obickens ?' ' Yes. They have their entrees and thoir egg Bits, don't they ?'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Political Amenities. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

Political Amenities. During tho debate on Mr Keid motion of censure last week the follows ing amenilies were indulged in : — Mr Bi'id : ' Ministers have called on Divine Providence for assistance. It is wanted this time. , It is the last card up their sleeve.' ? ... ' Now that they see tbo shadow of death upon them tboy are onsious to receive the consolations of religion. ?' ' The practice of pandering to ob struction in. the Council on measures demanded by the people reflects shame upon every Government.' 'Ministers have degraded the House into the position of menials of the Executive- Council; : ' There is 110 room in this House or this country for a snaui dictator.' ? Sir George Dibbs : — ? ' We shall see whether the hon. member- (Mr Reid) is the mild, gentle, careless, good-for nothing politician, or whether he is not the worst possible form of anarchist that the country has seen.' , ? ? ' \V- - ' The sudden interest ^taken m po litics by prizefighters,' as rataes_sed.-in, the P...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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He Was Something Of a Post Himself. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

He Was Something Of a Post Himself. j 'Po,' asked the family interrogation point, 'what a tbe difference beeween a poet and a ! rhymester.' i ' Well, my son,' sighed tbo parent, as he laid aside the third polite rejection slip he had just received with his ?O lo to Scandi navia,' ?' the main point of difference in tha result seems to bo based on onelettor: The former is apt to starve in a garret because be can't afford to patronise hia baher ; the latter generally owns a Q aeon's Anne cottage and has a tanker'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

Franco is sending 10,000 soldiers to Madagascar with the view of extin ? ' guishmg the influenco exercised over the native people by the British mis ? ? ? BionaiH'S. ? In tho Assembly last week Mr lloid ? -.. . oollcd Mr Barton a 'turncoat' to v which the latter retorted that he at auy rate, had never betrayed tho cause .? j of local government or shammed - ' Bupport of federation. Mr Cools the lender of tho labor ' - party in the assembly, says that tlio action of the Premier in flou'ing the House was simply an insult to the . country, as well as a practical insult ? to the members of the House, v .- - A stolen cheque from the Wallial low -Esato Company was filled in for - ? £1500 and presented, and cashed at the r ? : National Bank of Australasia on Tues ? r day. . The amount was paid in gold. An old man named Martin Edwards has cominited suicide at Wallaroo (SA) by throwing himself down a disused . mino shaft. Mr McMillan declares that the Assembly was' grossly insulted by the su...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Mark Twain's Latest. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

Hark Twaiu'slLatest. Comfortably ensconced in a friend's house, our correspondent, a Melbourne man, en joyed one of tho trails of bio life. An in troduction to, and a chat with tho great American Mark. Anticipating of course a wonderous enter tainment from this good ' follow ot iniinito jest' whoaa worke he, like all the worlel, had read and admired, our friend talis ub of his grievous, and aad disappointment for Mark only perpetrated one joke and it was this — Mark it I— Fiz waB employed as a health jueuger, auu vyunu iunr. „ uuuie was turuea his hast changed tbe glasses, taking Mutt's full one and patting ia its stead an empty champagne glass. Mark, as was his oustom, whioh lna host well knew, preferring an ordinary olaret glass. Upon Mark taking up the empty cham pagne glass he merely remarked, ' Well, if that is my glass soma, one has sat upon it.' 'I won't make way for a fool,'' cried an envious scribbler, on meeting Saphir m a narrow passage, where at first neither seemed disp...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Married and Done For. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

i Married and Dono .for. Bx a Susccrrioi.E Yobin. Cm yon rccall when first wo met At that fi'it ball ? And you, Tho faireet flower of all tho fofc, ? Were dr.aicd in azurobluof ; T.:o needful introduction o'cf, I said,' Oh heart, ke ati-I ! 1 Tii^n led you down the polished flo^i - Tj dance a staid q jadrille. A weak wont by ; again wo met, *r_ 1. ? ? ? * 1 ? my. oeart m iqm uiut I Ah me, £ never nhall forget , j -Jy ongel drcased in white ' ? 1 Tiiat walla wo had at haif-pist tor;— . 11 uiuuloue ? Sublime! .; Eur I imagined yon were then Aly snectheart— for a time.' 'T * as at a soiru mext we met. At ChriBtmaartimc,! think ; Kour f*oo and fijura liauat mo jet — A fairy 1 all in pink. . — j I well remember how you looked When I your programme sought, And for myself six eianccn booked Without 0110 seoond'a tbougut. .???- Another dancc — agaia wc mot (A month or two had passed) ; _ You whispered — :wai. it with legrot?— ' This meeting is our last,' 'Twes in a wsltz. ' Bidmo good-b^e I...

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The Girl in the "Daisy" Train. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

Tho Girl in tho ?' Daisy ' Train. I Tho girl who plays lawn tennis ' Has bad her ihara of praice ; The girl who swings in the hammock Is tho topia of poets' lays ; Tho girl who pulls a wherry The bard does not disdain ; But tho empress of all these girls , la the girl in the ' Bjisj' yrain, It ia not 'hat shs is fairer than others, With more surpassing grace ; Tfc iVtfit ft TOrtflii nt innohina Dwells io her lovely facs ; ? ? One forgets, in gazing on her, , That she's blonde, brunette or chataine, Remembering alone aha'a a girl— A girl in the ' Daisy' train. Now, where her charms abideth I'va sought in vain to dtfiae } A man is lost in the struggle Just where to draw tho line ; Bat whether she's readiag the paper, Or toying with tho window-pane, Ho fcola she's tho gem ot girls, That girl in the ' Da:»y ' train. You imagine she's poring intently On the book that rests on her kneco, And just that moment to study Her winBomo faaturca you seize, But her calm oyea meet your gUnoes With ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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FEVER GERMS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

. -PE VElt --GERMS. ?? I 7 o tho ]£(hfoi\ * ! _? on, tiie no\6l K(;ene of rjileijiiver-s humping their night soil on their biu-Ks from tlitu several residences m Dungog, so \n idly de])ictod by ono of the candidates for aldermauic honors at last election, rem nids one of the numerous promises mado hv n,ll mw-li- . dates -with' regard to the 'improved sanitary, condit'on of the toivn. , Dun gog cesspits and the numerous water lioles in the back yards mid paddo«ks, where decayed vegetable matter and ac cumiilntions of all manlier of filth, fes tering under a summer's sun, is gra' dually lifting up a scourge,- 'wliicli, when it falls will teach people that not only is cleanliness next to Godliness, but the embodiment of health itself. To; pass the junction of Dowling aiid lack, ay streets after a shower, or -oil a hot cloudy day, reveals to one's ol factory nerves abominations past ex pression. In the forthcoming, contest, we -hope to see a sanitary «iyiour whose voice shall be raised ...

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Recipes. LAMB AND PRAS STEW. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

ItCCijtos. LAMI1 AND FEA8 BTEW. I Cut the breast ol lamb in piccea and place in a stew pan, with water enough to oover it. Stew for twenty minutea and -take off tho tcuma, add a quart of shelled or canned peas with a tablospoonful of ealt and let stew for halt an hour. Mix a quarter of a pound of butter and a tableapoonful of flour and stir into the stew ; let simmer five minutes, season and serve with dumplings, SAI.IO DKESStOT. B:at two egga with a tableapoonful ef but ter, one ha'f oup of viuegar, one-half teaBpoon of mustard ; put in a warm bowl with pepper and salt and stir till it looks oreamy. OUANCiE I'CDDWa. Put in the bottom of a pudding dish four orangee, pealed and sliced ; sweeten and pour over a syrup made of ono pint of milk, two tablespoons of cornstarch wet with a little aold milk and yolks of two eggs, beaten with onc-bnlf cup of sugar, boiled one minuts ; intiko a merinogue of whites of two eggs and threo tablespoons of powdered sugar ; brown slightly in the oven....

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

Cones poiuieiice. 1* must bu distinctly iiiukTstood Unit. We dj.'| not hold ourselves responsible for th -i opinions tr.vpicpsetl by our coiTcspondt'itfo i

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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How To Make a Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

- How To Make a Speech. I Fjw reen.maka sporobea without oarolully preparing them beforehand. It is rather amusing that 00 many speakers try t& pro duce tho impression tbat thoy speak without having made ready. Sometimes it ib by be ginning with tbe conventional statement that tbe call upon them is unexpected or that they have tieon absorbed with other demand 1 upon thcr time. Sometimes invtbe opening or clo:0, which Imb been so carefully fixed iu the memory that ihe epeatter 1, secure of it, j he injects a word u-r referenco oaugbt from thu- pending occasion, thus giving the im preSEion that the whole thing is a present in Bpiration. IhOD, also, not to put too fino a point on tho matter there are noma who on this subject do, with the moet unoonto'onablo abandonment, verify tbo Scripture, that all men arc liars. 1 remember a most distin guished man telling mo that a long speech of his at a public meeting wao extempora neous, whon I heard it rend tha evening b ? fore, set up ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 January 1894

, . Municipal Council. . ~ The Couucil met on Friday last; Thcro wore prosont — Aldermen -F. A. ? Hooke (Mayor), D. J. xBruyn, H. C. Dark, J. Abbott, J. liobson-and J. A.' ; Jones. : ? . A communication was renA from -MrH. ? H. Brown, stating that he had made . ? the necessary application for ,;,road - ?*£ grants to the Council, and after 'two or ' §? tnreo personal interviews naa succeed ed in getting th-- undersecretary' for-.'. Public Works, Mr J. Barling, to grant ~ £80 for 1893 for roads Clarence Town c- ^ to Dungog; Dungng to Tlialabaand;- - Stroud, and Dungog to Undorbfijik ; ?:{;?;? and £150 for 1894. ' 'Aid.-. Abbott moved— Tliat .-.a'.' letter ., .^'r of thanks be sent tn. Mr Brown f or,his:'^ . S; efforts in' getting'.grants: :i fj; Seconded -by '-Aid. Robson and car riedr ' ^ -rcM ' A letter was read from Dr. 'McJVlath, . J v j; calling- - attention. jtor.the, state iOf^'apr^j '-. ij; proa'cn to' his residence in Dowling'ii jt.% Street, and requesting that it should - ;X...

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