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FRESH AIR AND HOT AIR CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

FRESH AIR AH 9 HOT AIR CRANKS. I am not alluding to machinery, but to ' folks.' What should we do if the word ' crank ' had not been invented ? WJiafc other namo should wo givo tlioso two in dividuals, usually found in every large ' family, tlio fresh air crank and the warm air crank ? Tlio former i3 genorally fab and comfortabio, well fed nnd full blooded.; tlio latter thin and delicate, - .with no appetite, and on aversion to oxer- S'y' cise. , j:-'-; Botweon these two tlie people who do „ not go lo extremes, but know that there ? ? ;V;' aro times when doors nnd windows should 'p: be shut, and times whon tliey should bo ' . 'fi open, liavo a very hard timo of it. The ; fresh air crank — usually a lady — gels up - ¥ on a winter morning, spreads lier bedding ii*;v upon tho window-sill, throws all the windows open, sets tlio door back, nnd is ; h'.. heard ejaculating, ' What a lovely, fresh : ' morning 1' by tho people who have ?/.. ;;{|: dashed oat of their warm rooms into tho - coo...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

Sydney Markets. Svdnev. Monduv. w Flour — Quiet ; N.S.W. roller sol ling !f$ at from £8 10s to £8 12s 6d ; new, ' !«}}. £8 5s to £8 10s per ton. fefri Wheat — Dull. New milling, 3a O per bus ; chick wheat, 2s lid per bun. Maize — Prime, Tumut, 3s 6d to . 3s 6§d. Oats — Dull. Prime bright feed, 2s 7d seed, 2s 8d. ' .*? . Chaff. — Best quoted at £3 10s to £3 15s; other sorts from £3 ; vety fet prime, £4. Barley. — Capo, 2s 9d. j'-,''; Lucerne. — Hunter River, choice, £2 15s to £3. Scarce. ' gift?; Hay.— Local otton in bundles, £3 . to £3 15s. . £'lv? . Onions — Globe, £6 to £6 Is ; jagf others, £5 10s. ' . p| Potatoes — Blucskins, prim e,' £3 17s ; Hunter River £2 10s per ton. ? Warrnambool, £2 15s to £3. . Butter — Good demand; creamery and best brands of factory, 8£d ; fac- !.' tory, 8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb. j'..-/; Bacon — Somewhat easier, hand ' vjjp&l cured, 6d to Gid ; machine cured, 5Jd / to 5|d ; middles, 7d to 8Jd.. . ?/ Hams — Colonial, 9d to lid ; Engr ; lisli, ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Living Tomb; [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

The Living Tomb; BY LIEUTENANT UCBRAY. In destroying- an old dilapidated mahsioft near the .Dois do Bonlomo, Paris, lately, % dlsoovery was made whiob rsealled a cutalW avent recorded upon the- archlvu of th* police, and upon which it it thought that it throws a certain dogreeol light. A) the event referred to took place some eighty years lines, it is a matter of conBldaiable dlOoalty to tracs.lt back, and yet the attempt li actually boipg made. It was in 180a, while Qenonu Juaot was Governor of Paris, that b ooona- day laborer, b bricklayer by trade, was acooaUd on his way from his work to bis hasibls home by a stranger, aad aakad it ha would go to a sscrot spot; aai psrform a pisea of work in bis line at ones without waiting to return .to bis family. The maa Imitated at first, but when told that ksaheuld ftcslrs twenty-live Napoleons for Us job, ks alone* signified his consent. Ha hoi wltk Ma kta usual bag of tools, aad it was oaly asotssaiy to be blindfolded— It was already avinl...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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DUNGOG C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

' DUNGOG O.O.- '' G. Wriglitson, b G. Morris ... : 1 : W. Boots, h o. w. b 0. Parkor . 0 J. Griffiths, b G. Morris ,r. 10 H. E. Elliott, h o.w. b 0. Parker 0 , J. Filshio, b C. Porker ... 6 J. Bignoll, b G: Morris ;.. 8 S. Lee, b G. Morris ... ... 8 ?W. Potter, o Durso, b G. Morris 4 . S. Stanton, b G. Morris . ... . 0 W. Steucrwald, o Gorton, b Morris 2 . E. Alison, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ? 1 Friday last being a public holiday, tbe Tbalaba Boys journeyed on that day to Dungog to test their cricketing strength with the Dungog boys' in a friendly match. The match was play ed on the Dungog Alhions' ground, and resulted in a win for the local team by 11 runs. The scores were: Dungog, 10 and 38;Thalnba, 17 aud 20. The Dungog Boys shaped very badly in their first innings, but in their seconi' attempt tbey showed far better form, as is seen by the score. J. Robertson and P. Robertson were top scorers for Dungog with 11 not out, and 10 respectively. None of the Tha'.aba team obtain...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Dry Ones. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

Dvy One*. Jimmie had been promised a trip into the country. ? Htmma, are you going eut to auntls'i to day f ' ' No, iU»r, I'm afraid it will rain. Don't you see how Hack tke clouds are V ?Yu,' (reluctantly) ' but I don't think tWll leak 1'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

Cricket. On Saturday a cricket match was played on the Park, aud resulted in a victory for the local team by 9 runs. Despite the rain, the teams decided to play, and Morris, the Stroud captain, win ning the toss from the local captain, Potter, decided to bat. Their innings was merely a procession, and termin ated shortly after lunch for 30 runs. McKnight compiled 13 by free and attractive cricket, and was the only one to get into double figures. Dungog then went to the wickets and were dis posed of for 39 runs. Stanton bowled exceptionally well for Dungog, and notwithstanding the greasy ball cap tured 10 wickets for 9 runs, doing the ' hat trick.' Steuerwald' and Potter also bowled well. Morris and.Parker bowled well for Stroud. Appended are the scores , — 8TROUO DISTRICT O.C. G. Morris b Stanton ... ... o W. MoEnignt, b Stanton ?; 13 i J. Gorton, o Pottor, b Stanton \ J. Farley, run out ... ... ? ' ? W. Crick, b Stanton ... t ... .0 0. Parkor, b Stanton ... -... ' 3 ; .-: W. MoKao,...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Not Strong Enough! [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

Not Strong Enough ! 'Did you write those vtrsss, in to-day's paper, entitled 'In a Bream?' ' queried MoPelter of Poota Naicitur Non Pit. , 4 Yas. What do you think of thsmt^ 1 1 didn't read them very closely, but I thought yon milted it in th* title.' ?How?' 'You should have called tbom 'In a Night mare I' Alt' advocate for kind treatment of -tho savages said to Qeneral Hlles, the noted Indian fighter : 'It seems to mo, General, that the white mau should tako caro ot the poor Indian.' 'It ho docs, the peor -Indian will take hair ot ths wliito man, was the Goneral's grim reply. ? 'Wis the crowd tuayltuoui!' inquired a lady of a gentlen.an who had jast returned from ono of the late political mass meetings. ' Too mulluous 1' responded tlio gentleman. ' Oh, no ; it was just aboat mulluous enoi'ah to (11 th* UbU onufnr iaUv.1

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

Commercial. ' DUNGOG ' : H. 0. Dark & Oo, report as follows j — Maize; Ditutfog 2a 9d; OJaro/.co Town; 3«, weijvily unsaleable. v 8d rtoz. . ? . f OhafF, 3s Gd to . B icon, 4-d Buttor, 4d.to Gd Cedar, Board, 1G3 to 10a jior 100ft. Duck*, la 0(1 to 2a Fowls, la Gd to 2a Potatoes, 8a to 4a c\H. Oats, 2i. /' Beeswax, 8d per lb. . * Oapo barlor, 28 dG ; English' burcly, 2* 6d. Edward Piper reports — Mmzo market still very dull, Dungog, 2a Od to 2s 10-1 j Cluronco Town 3s Id to 3a 2d ' r whito and dark rei maize uusaleablo. * Potatoes, 4M, plenl if ul. /, Chaff, £4 to £f 103 . / KggS 7d to 8.1. \ j . ^ Bacon, improving a litilo^bcst worth 'Id v Wax, 6d to 9J \ Oedar, to 103, according to sizo aud quality. Butter, very dull, 4d to Gd,

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Aspiration. [Revelations H. and III.] [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

Aspiration. Wt BHY. J, W, JL8T02T, [Revelations II. and III.] To him that ovareomsth .AteWiifc Was laid in idea's add, And now it kloosai *at' blossoms In the Paradise of God. To him that «v«rco»itk Will Go? *Wa at that day, A erown ot lim tjaaortat That fadsth aot W|- ; Tbe lake ol fir* and brlastoa* To him ao hurt akallbrlng, The death that mavar dlath For him shall hare ao sting. - To him tbat ovsrcqaieth Shall angels' food bs given, Tho now and hidden manna That cosiei'h down froaa Heaven j And a stone of purest whiteness, And graven in tbe ston* A name which no man knowetli Savo he and Sod alono. ? And he that overcomstb And endurot to the end, Shall triumph, and the nations ? Before his rod shall bond, And be to shivers broken As a potter's vessels are— And 1 wystlf shall give bim Ths Bright and Morning Star, ' i And let him that overcooteth - ; ' Be olotbed in raiment white, And to him shall be granted To walk with Ms in white ; Nor from ths living volume Will I blot ont his ...

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New Butter Company. KARUAH, PORT STEPHENS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

New Butter Company. KARUAH, PORT STEPHENS. It is with pleasure wo.. note the registration of a new butter company, at Port Stephens. . The property con sists of 8000 acres of Church and School lands, in every way suitable for tho project. A sufficient number of shares have beeu subscribed for to permit of the company being declared formed and The capital of the company is £15,000 m 150 shares of £100 each. We need hardly say that we wish the company every success. The country wauls more industries so as to give employment for the people and we welcome every productive in dustry in our midst,

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Maitland Races. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

'.- Maitland Races. The Northern Jockey Club's race meeting was held - at Ruthe;.'ford on Friday and Saturday last. The atten dance-was not large, but the racing was very good. The different events resulted as follows : — Fr/Yrso Handicap of £30 — Lyoness 1 ; Kamschat 2 ; Butcher Boy 3. Amber Queen also started, but was nowhere. Seli.tno Handicap of £20 — Express 1 ; Walcett 2 ; Freemason 3. AurxiVERSAnY Handicap of £50 — Royal 1 ; Everistis 2 ; Brenda 3. ? Alethe also ran, but spoiled her chance by running very wide. Patik Hatoitc.u' of £20 — Philopina 1 ; Mount Morgan 2 ; Amadour 3. Wei.teii Handicap of £25 — Lyoness 1 ; Amber Queen 2 ; Plot 3. Shouts Handicap of £25 — Butcher Boy 1 ; Telephone 2 ; Lyoness 3. Novei, Handicap — IVIango 1 ; Ex press 2 ; Ida 3. N.J.C. Handicap— Everistis 1 ; All Right 2 ; Royal 3. Menders' Race — Bundah 1 ; Ne gus 2 ; Ferndale 3. Farewell Handicap — Amber Queen 1 ; Mount Morgan 2 ; Tele phone' 3. i

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The Big Fight. CORBETT KNOCKS MITCHELL INTO A COCKED HAT. London, January 25.6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

The Big Fight. CORBETT KNOCICS MITCHELL INTO A COCKED IIAI'. L»ndon. Jannarv.25.6 n.m. The glove fight bi'tween Jnmes J. Corbett, the Amoricnn champion,- (End Charles Mitchell thoEnglinh puguilist, is being brought off to-day at Jackson ville, Florida. Tho betting is 10 to 4 on the American, but tho money ou Mitchell is not. plentiful at that price. Both men are in: tho. nink of con dition. Corbet.t has sent a telegram to his relatives, informing them that ho is perfectly wo'.l, and is confident of winning without a doubt. Ho adviaofj. thorn not to. bet on him winning in any number of rounds, but to back him to win on the re3iiltat anv o-lds.. On tho otliT hand Mitchell says he has a. mighty good- chance of winning. Thore is a bitter feeling between tlie combatants, and a desparate struggle is anticipated. Tho milita have been disbanded, and the city of Jacksonville is over-run with ruffians. ?John. L. Sullivan has announced that he will issue a challenge to fight thenirinor. .. - 9...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

Weslevan. I Wednesday, Jan. 31st — Short sorvico 7 30.' Sabbath, Feb. 4th — Dungog 10.30, Rer. R. J. Middleton ; 7.30, Ror. 3?. Dixon; Chichester 10.30, and Bandon Q-rore 3, Rev. F. Dixon. REV. F. DIXON

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Church Services. FEBRUARY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

Church Services. FEBRUARY. CnuRon op Engt.Xkd Sunday 4/tli. — Dungog 10,30 and 7.30, Rev. J. Yosper ; Clarence Town 7.30, lay reader; Bondolba 3, Eev. J. Yosper ; Munni 11, lay reader. J. VOSPJCR, Incumbent. Pbbsbytbbian. Sabbath 4lli. — Dungog 10,30, Mr A. Hoofeo; Dungog 7.30, Mr G-. Mac k ay ; Monkorai 11, Mr Q-. A. Mackaj : Telle cherry 10.30, Booral 3, and Stroud 7.30, Bor. D. Baird. jRJSW DAVIO BAIRD.

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Novelist. A HASTY MARRIAGE. By Hugh Conway. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

BovcUst. ' A HASTY HABRUGS By Huirli Conway. It was olovon o'clock in tlio morning. Tho buu shono brightly on Russoii Terraco, St. John's Wood, but its rays passing through tlio half turned blind which covored ono of tho windows of No. 8, resolved tliom Bolves into horizontal bars 'of light moro thfon usually full of floating du«t ; for tho room into which tho ?uushiuo struggled had aii unkeuipt, even disrcputablo upponrrnco. Fast asleep on a coueh lay a young man of about four-and-twonty. Ho had his full sharo of good leoks, but leaving out of quostion tno ghastly effect of evening clothes when aeon by morning light, ho looked as untidy as tho room itself. Tlio door oponod noiselessly, and, after ? o preliminary glanco, a girl enterod a room. Sho stood over tho- sleeper, looking at him half in sadnoss, half in contempt. Sho was tall and fair to soe. Hor hoad was woll sot on her shouldora. Her figuro was porfeet, and hor overy movement, ovory attitudo, graceful. Hor arms wero long, ...

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Poetry. Whose Face? [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

. ipoerrp, WI lose Face? Some faces axe suuremely fair, Some sparkling 'in their splendor! . Bomc nro demure nnd debonair. And some divinely tender. Borne win us with one fatal glance ironi cyc3 too bnghtly beaming ; Bomo amilo that smile that brings a trance, Till life is lost in dreaming-. ' Some flit befure us, sweet nnd gay, To fill our hearts with laughter; Then fado ns fancics fade away, . And lenvo no sellings after. And some— some faces, sorrow kissed. When holiest thoughts nre thronging. Como back, como always in tho mist Ot everlasting longing. Bo faces come and faces go ; Somo uiako existence sweeter ; And tamo, tlicy make life sad, we know, Yot being sad, completer. . Until one /ace comes up at last, (Heaven knows each heart: don't doubt it)— Tho future fades, tho nait is past I We cannot live without it 1 Wo oak not if men call lier sweet, Or fair, or wise, or clever ; We i.«k, wo passionately ontrest, ' Will you be mine forever?'

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Fibbing on a Falling Market. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

' ~ '-J Fibbing on a Falling Havlcet, . If ever a young man bas need of all hi* [ fibbing rtsources it ii wbeu lie is trying to r make a cold, cruel and inconsiderate girl be- - liove that the rear row of tents in the balcony J are just as goody if not roally n little more do- f sirable than tbe two-andrsixpenny orchcstri f stalls. As they take their seats bo says, » cheorily : ' I never like to sit too near the - stage, do you i' 391) 1 ' Well, I don't know,' she says, is a (lis- £ UL U WU). ?? \Jk I'UUl&C, A UUU III . like lo bo too near.' j - ' No ; I don't either,' sayc the young man, } a trifle gloomily. 'One is moro apt to at a { all the sham and pretence of the thing; dou t ; you think so ?' 'Well, I — I— suppose so,', she rays in * 1 tone that no girl of any feeling would ever! .v . use after she has hod three shillings squnn-! - dorod on her. ? ' I rather prefer the balcony to nny part * of the house,' says the young man, cfiecriijr ! and falsely. 1 ' The front scat...

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Jacks Ride. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

JVtc.Vs Hide. A small pony had been givon to !ii le Jack, and his delight iu the new pet and companion know no bouuds. The pony,- 1 however, proved to have 0110 fault — she refused to budge a step, with hor master in the saddle, unless thoir way lay home ward. Sho would bo led anywhere, but sho would not be driven, excopt in the direction of the stable. One mornimr a friend of tho family met the boy trudging along, a mile away from home, loadiug the obstinate pony. ' ' Why, Jack 1' he cried, is that you 'i How far aro you going ?' j ' Just as far as I can,' returned little Jack, very sorionsly. I ' But why don't you ride a' . I 'I can't.' . ? ?' Why, surely you know how to ride ?'. ; ' See here, Mr. Smith,' said Jack, j coming very close, and speaking confl- j dentially, while lio stroked tlie pouv's noae. 'I wouldn't tell anybody in tho world but you.' 'What is it?' ' I can't make Top3y stir a peg unless Blie's going towards homo, and so I walk out just as far as I can with her. Th...

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The Flower Woman of Paris. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

The Flower Woman of Pavl», BY LUCY Q. IIH.IE. Aim jst, my first rocolloction of Paris wai of thu flower markets and flowor vendors who lmilio blooming centres in tho city even iii tho coldo3t weather ; and on those mild sunshiny days which occur all through tho winter months from time to time how charming are tlio flowers of PariB I Good s.1,1 Aft.. n..-l..,.'a illustration, usually preside over tho iliiwcr-stnlls, but sometimes old men and children aro tho proprietors or guardians of tlio blooming wnrea. Chopin used to go to tho florists of tho Luxembourg day nfter day for tho violots of which liu was passionately fond, anil Bastion Lepage, tlio artist, was frequently to be Been ttioro, not many years i.yo, responding gnod humorodly to the 'Fleurissez-vous of tho old woman, wh-j was established iu a fixed placo summer and winter, and whoso row of flower-pots made a boundary lino furlier loses, violets, and hyacinths, in the midst of which slio knittud contentelly, but with eyes ope...

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Children. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 January 1894

(tyitoren. hlu I'unsles. O, hero b ono in a purnlo li»t And a robs ot violet silk I Thli little (.-lloiv is all in yellow, And that ono whito as milk : Dancing high and dsnelng loir, Just as tlio Iroezes como and go, Dear littio if ring-time beauties, O t uuo is arcsscd in a volvoty wscic, . And one has a crimson gown ; This little mild 1« in blae arrsjed, 7 Aud that in golden brown ; : Daneing high and dancing loir, ^ Just as tlie broezes como aud go, Dear liltlo 'spring- tlrno beauties, O I] Ono has a critical, earnest look, And ono is woefully sad. My psnsics wise with their diiaky eyc» And fcees grave or glad 1 Dancing high aud dancing low, Just as tho heavenly broer-ei blow ; Dear littlo thoughtful beauties, O f .

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