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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

Correspondence. l! must bo distinctly understood that wo do not hold ourselves responsible for (ho opinions oxprcssed by our correspondents

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our G. O. M. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

Our Gt. 0. M. Sirllonry Farkes has been charged with having recently - appeared in strango company, inasmuch as that bo hus politically consorted with loulc vardicrs and tonguey malcontents in an attack Upon the Bank Notes Bill. Whatever may bo thought of that, the old man enigmaticul has been appcar ing olsowbero in very distinguished if somewhat mixed comp.iny, most'ofwhich wnn!H lift rn frrtrrl pi 1 nn rlpRirnMn hv liia detractors. The Toronto G lobe, in its issuo of November 4, published an en graving of tho portraits of the notable ' grand old men ' of our time. They are Paul Kruger, Frederick Douglass, Oliver, Wendell Holmes, President Schenck, Li llung Chang, Ferdinand de Lesseps, Etnilio Castelar, SirHtnry Parkes, Pope Leo XIII, Gladstone, Bismarck, Kossuth, Tolstoi,' Verdi, King Chiistian, and Henry Ibsen. The added ages of theBe 1G remarkable and world-known individuals amounts to over 1300 years. Kossuth is tho giey father. of the group topped with the snows of his 91 yea...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Stroud School of Arts. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24TH, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

Stroud School of Arts. ANNNUAL GENERAL MEETING. Wednesday, Jan. 24th, 1894. The annual general meeting of the members of the Stroud School of Arts was held in the Committee Booin on Wednesday evening last. The re tiring President, Dr. S. Finlay, J.P., occupied the, chair. The annual re yuiu nxiu uiviiiiice-BJieeb wore r«ua uy \ the Secretary. The report read as' fol lows : — I The Thirty Sixth Annual Report of the Stroud School of Arts, Jan., 1894. Mr* Chairman, and Gentlemen — The retiring Committee have much satisfaction in presenting to the mem bers and the public generally the thirty-sixth annual report of manage ment. The past year may be called a year of progress in the history of the Institution. Last January we met in the old building, which many years ago was converted from a workshop into ft School of ArtB, and in its new character had served the people well with Library, Beading Room, and Hall, for upwards of thirty years. This year we hold our first annual meeting in a n...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

.Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. Flour — Quiet; N.S.W. roller selling at from £8 10s to £8 12s 6d ; new, £8 5s to £8 10s per ton. Wheat — -Dull. New milling, 3s per bus ; chick wheat, 2s lid to 3s. Maize — Prime, Tumut, 3a 5d to 3a Gd ; Clarence River, 3s 3d. Oats — Dull. Prime bright feed, 2s 7d seed, 2s 8d. ' Chaff. — BeBt quoted at £3 10s to £3 15s; other BortB from £3 ; veiy prime, £4. Barley. — Capo, 2s 9d. Lucerne. — Hunter River, choice, £2 15s to £3. Scarce. Hay. — Local oaten in bundles, £3 to £3 15s. Onions — Globp, £4 10s to £5. -Potatoes — Blueskins, prime, £3 17s ; Hunter Rivor £2 10s por ton. Warrnambool, £2 15s Butter — Good demand ; creamery and best brands ot factory, 8id; lac tory, 8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb. Bacon — Somewhat easier, band cured, Gd to G£d ; machine cured, 5£d to 5jd ; middles, 7d to 8Jd. Hams — Colonial, 9d to lid ; Eng lish, is to is 2 -id ; New Zealand at Is 0a-d,per lb Honey — From 3d to 4d per lb, for pure. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in' ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A THREATENING DANGER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

A THREATENING DANGER. lo the Editor. * Sir, — We are in. receipt of your journal of the 30th Januory containing a letter eigm d by Mr Thomas Dun, who undertook to reply to our letter which yon recently published under theabove heading. We join issue with pleasure witn Mr jjun wno comes out valiantly into the open as an upholder of the single Tax. Being a mesmerised disciple of Henry George, Mr Dun calmly ignores the Crushing facts con tained in our contribution lo the debate and wauders into the dream land of the innocent Single Taxers. With an indifference which would be sublime, were it not destructive of his faith, he allows the case against the drastic land taxers to go unassailed while he pours out a maudlin panegyric on confiscation. He says we bave thrown dust in the eyes of the electors. IK we have then be has received a full s-hare of the shower for be demonstrates his inability lo see his way to a logical and effective answer tc the facts, figures aud irrefutable conclusio...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' ? AND — Be Happy. Send* Your Orders to tbe 'Chonicle Office' 'FOR JOB PRINTING. Advertise in tbe 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay You. TO STAND THIS SEASON ? tAT Church Hill, Monkerai, The Roadster Stallion Wouaag Slisles, YOUNG SHALES by Flying Shales (imp*) clam by Protection (imp.), from Deception by Now Warrior (imp ) TERMS: £2 Per Maro; reduction for two or moro mures. I Good sccuro paddocks provided. Every i euro taken, but no responsibility incurred. I ? AVPLY — ' I . GEO. W. TI'ICUME, . i Church Hill, Monkerai. | TO STAND THIS SEASON SlSy&B BARRINGTON, The Blood Stallion GK ATX S . GltATlS has stood 4 seasons, at Barrington and given overy satisfaction ; his stock havo now been broken in and aro very quiot, nnd cunnot be surpassed us good hacks. TcmiB — Moderate, lo meet (ho times; for Single Maro £1 15s ; Two or more, property of sumo owner £1 10a each. Good Paddocks provided for mares, and every euro taken but no responsibility in* curred. All m...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

Auction Sales. DUNGOG Valuable Freehold, Pro perty. John Robson HAS received instructions from Mr H. Shelton to sell by auction at Robson's Hotel, Dungog, on SATUR DAY the 10th day of February, 1894, at 3 o'clock. ' 3 VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS of Land .' fronting Eloiza Street, Becurely fenced, and occupying .one 'of the best positions in town for a villa residence.' ti;tle guaranteed. Terms at Sale. SMALL DEBTS COURT. J. RALSTON V. C. REDMAN. John Iiohson HAS received instructions from R. Gibson, Small 'Debts Bailiff, to sell by auction at Robson's yards, on FRIDAY, 2nd February, 1894, at 12 o'clock noon (unless tho execution be previously satisfied), 1 BAY or BROWN MARE, Saddle, and Bridle. Terms Cash. For Sale. The Groodwill of a Farm and standing Crop at Brookfleld. Carlton and Abbott HAVE received instructions from Mr John Walsh, jun., to sell by auction ou SATURDAY NEXT, at 2 o'clock on the ground, THE GOODWILL of LEASE of a STANDING CROP of CORN of about 30 acres. ^ The crop is a h...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Black Bluebeard. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

A Black Bluebeard. H. M. S 'Rapid' brings a tale of matrimonial life in the South Seas which is directly in teresting in its way and ought to afford the Woman Franchise Leaguers enough matter to do ? ? i ? i auiitu ucviu uiuiiiviii^ uvtsr indeed. It seems that a leading savage had given great offence through marrying early and : often, and divorcing himself in a novel bit highly efficacious style of liis own devising, and at last the people especially the femalo people, rose and deman ded that he should be seized and severely expostulated with by the 'Rapid's' skipper. The idea of this reincarnation - of Henry VIII. was to set a cocoanut_upon his unloved wife's head, and invite the leading citizens to roll up . and see him do the William Tell trick with an old blunderbus , * that he picked up; in the : way of trade. Wl,ien he fired, how ever, he always missed the cocoanut, but he never missed --('t*liisLwife's 'nut' and, of course, - ~ . the.funeral tcok place on the ^Jihorrow.- Th^...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Sunday Droving Case [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 2 February 1894

The Sunday; Droving Case . 'Bruni' in the Australian,'. thus tersely writes on the 'above: — . ?' . .. 'J The drovers of Australia are mostly men of great resource, # and the feats they have' per iormea in travelling the Stock , entrusted to their- charge through long, toilsome journeys across country. where water and grass are so scanty that one might almost say they do not exist, could not he surpassed in any country. They have shown that they could meet and over come all the difficulties that nature can put in their way but there is one obstacle that will, I think, prove too many . for them, and that is the law. Lately I read of a case in which a drover in New South Wales was placed in a position which is best described by the nautical phrase 'between the . devil and the deep sea.' Ac - cording to the Travelling Stock Act a drover must travel his stock a distance of sis' miles every _ day, ? Sunday included. In default he would be liable to a fine of .£25. Now some ?? sapient Dog...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Subscribe . .? ???:?? TO THE ' ' 'CHRONICLE'' I - ? AND ? - - ' Be Happy . Send Your Orders to tlie 'CiioNicLE Office' , ; FOR JOB PRINTING. Advertise in the 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay You. igjgygiif ft TO STAND THIS SEASON - A.T- y ??? Church Hill, Monkerai^ The Roausteii Stallion .???.-??. Wouiig SlxalaSj YOUNG HIIAL15S by Flying Shnlcs (imp.) dam by Protection (imp.), from Deception by Now Warrior (imp.) ' . TI5RMS t J:2 Per Mare ; reduction for two 01; mori m res. . ^ . Good ' Becuro paddocks provided. Kvcry i euro takon, but no responsibility incurred. Awli— i . ' GEO. W. Tl'ICUME, ' ! . Church Aronkcrai: TO STAND TIITS SEASON B ARLINGTON, 'Tin; lii.ooi- Stallion : . ? ? . -Z5- 3E& ^l.--9C. X S. 0 UATI9 has stood 'tseaEons at. Barrington and given every satUfnclijn j Ilia Block lmvo now been broken in and mo very (juicl, and cannot bo surpassed as good Imeks. . Terms — Moderate, to meet tlio times j for Singlo Maro £1 15s j Two or more, property nf saino owner JJ1 10s onel...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

D U N Gr O Vt ' Crown Land Sale. Dopartmont of Lands, - ' . Sydney, 30th January,. 1S94. I T tho Land - Office, Dungog,'- on A Wednesday; tlio :14tu Fubhu 'Ain: next,' at :12 o'clock noon, - tlio - fol lowing will bo?offered,at auction, viz.:: 7 Country Lots,.- Nos.-- 101, 'parish Wangat ; ;13 and ?20, - parish ^Alfred'; 1, 8, 3G, 37, 45, 51, 02, 03, aud 76,par iBli.Fostorton ; andfl59 unci.' 190,, par ish AVall.d'obba. y** Area, from 27 acres,2 roods to 200 acres. ; i i ~ r Upset Ericos, Lots 8, 45; an'd ? 54; £1 Gs 3d, ^£2 7s Gd, c and ; £2.; 5a~- per aero respectively,' and /iuclusivo: of the value of /tlio improvements -tboreon; the remainder jCl 5s per acre. ' ? , -v: TertiiB, 25 .por' cent deposit, and tho j bnlance|of tho purcliase-money - to bo paid within 3 months. ' Further particulars can be -obtained' froin the Land Agent, -Dungog, and-, from.-tho !' Guzette,' No.- 850 of the: 12th Deceinbor, 1893. WILLIAM HOUSTON, v Under Secretary. ?Auction Sales. DUNGOG Valuable Freeh...

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Chemical Aid to Help the Potato Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Chemical Aid to Help, the Potato Crop. Some time back we published theB results of experiments made by a I French scientist, who soaked potato I seed for 24 hours in a chemical solu- ? tion of sulphate of ammonia and ni- 1 trate of potash, prior to planting. This ? was said to have greatl}' increased the I vield. and ouite a eood number of m growers tried it, ourselves amongst the number, but, so- far as we have been made aware, without any very special beneficial results. Tlie Clarence and Richmond Examiner , however, reports that Mr D. Anderson, of C'arainana, has been more successful by treating some Circular Head seed in the man ner stated, with this difference that the potatoes were steeped but 12 hours in stead ot 24. From six bags of seed 12 tons were grown ; and potatoes planted at the same period, and in the same ground, i;iiai were noi rreaieu as described, gave a smaller yield. The seed was planted on the 1st of Au gust, and the crop dug at the latter end of November. The...

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New Timber Regulations [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

New Timber Regulations Tho following additional regulations relating to timber have been approved aud gazeltiJd : — A conditional lease inny, subject to the Timber Regulations 2, 3, and 4, cut and remove timber from his leased land if not within a State Forest or Timber Reserve, and tho balder of a timber hcenso may, with the consent of tho lessee cut a d removo timber, from a conditional leaso, subject to Regulations 2, 3 and- 4. Licenses to cut and remove timbor for fuel only from Crown lards may be obtained on application to Land Agent, Clerk of Pettj' Sessions, or other ollicer authorised by tho Minister on that behalf The feo for such licenses shall be 2s Gd por current mouth, or 5s per quarter, or 20s por annum. The following has been substituted for regulation 59 : — Any person dis obeying, infringing, or violating pro visions or conditions of tho Regula tions, or the conditions of any license, permit, or certificate thoreuuder held by him, will bo liable to a flue of not les...

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The Proposed Whaling Bonus. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

The Proposed Whaling! Bonus. ' . j Some few weeks ago (Bays the Mel bourne Atjc), an application was inad/i , to tin; Customs authorities by Messiv. Trapp, Blair, and Co., a local firm, fdr the granting of a bonus for tho enta!' lijhment of an Antarctic whalo fishing station at Melbourne, Jand tho authorir t its regarded tlio project lavorabty, proposing to allow a bonus of £1000 l'or a stated quantity of oil delive.rod within two years, a condition boing made that tho headquarters 'and all rolitting should be confinod to Mel bourne. Tho question has been dis cussed by the Government, and it has been determined tfiKt nothing, further will be doue in tlio matter at present. It ia understood that tho Government is unwilling to givo a bonus, which would in all probability be obtained by a foreign company, uithout resulting in porumnont h'enofit to tho colony. Should, however, any vonture origina ted in Victoria bo set on foot, and likely to be productive, it is possible tho Government ...

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Passing ISlotes. England ia tho great creditor nation of tho ourth, and English peoplo know it.' Tho appreciated value of geld is troubling thoughtful men in Australia, as well as othor places, ai.d these loans of ours with a thirty years' cur roncy, aro coming to bo regarded as Hurioua iiinui'!-. douu jjuu aoes not naturally caro about any change in tho direction of bi-motallisivi. He cares nothing about tho value of silver; gold is tlio only legal teudor to him, and ita increasing valuo, or to put it in another form its steadily increasing purchasing power, moans a gain of many millions to tho British lending public. Tho unearned increment to British capitalists promises to be so oiionripus that it is no wonder they aro content with tho present curroncy, and have no wish to see any alteration. The S. M. Herald Recently published a tabulated estimate of tho gain to English investors spread over a t. rm of thirty-two years, which showed that our pavment of sixty-four million pounds ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

The Colonial Treasurer places the defiency at about £1,200,000, and will ask Parliament for authority to pre pare Treasury Bills to covcr this am ount. During last year tue revenuo tell to £7G7,940 less than in the previous rear, but, notwithstanding relief ex penditure and a special grant of £G5, 000 to municipalities; the colony lived within its income. Stock returns for tho colony for 1894 show 481,871 lioraos, 2,128,108 cattle, and 50,209,249 shoep. There aro 10,000 uueinployod per- : sons in San Francisco. . News from Honolulu to.Jauuary 20 denies the report that American troops had been lauded aud that.fightiug had taken place. The French : Minister of Marino de clares that the . French : naval fleets, , with their guns and projectiles, -are 'Biiporior to-the Bhips of tho British Navy. ? - ? The French Minister of War. states that 250,000 soldiors aro detailed foJ coast;defenco. Prince Charles of HononzollornSig maririgen, nephew of tho King of Roumania, has been betrothed to ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Wesseyan. . ' ? Sunday 11th — Dungog 10.30, helper, 7.30, Rov. Middleton ; Tellcgherry I ? 10 30 ; Stroud 2.30 and 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon ; Monkerai 10.30, Mr ? R: Barnes. i REV. F. DIXOH

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

?Latest News. [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY, Monday. Tho Cardifi hotel, nt Cardiff, near Newcastle, has been destroyed by firo, and a mau namod Randall Thomas porished iu tho flames. Constable Ball, who was instrumen tal in t'le capture of burglars ou Fri day night, has boen promoted to tho position of sergeant. The other con stables will also be recognised. Tho Governmont offer £1000 for the diacovory of a payable alluvial goldfield. Tho prisouor Schmidt, who escaped from the Warwick train, has b.-on re arrested noar Drayton. Constable Littlo who had been- rid ing all Saturday, was found doad in his bed ou Sunday evening. A new nowspipor in the Orange in terest, to bo callod the 'Orangeman,' will bo issued early next month. Tho rotrenchmeut party propose to tako action with a viow to furthor re trenching the estimates. . LONDON, Sundiy. The St. Jam 's Gazette asserts that a splib has occurred in tho Imperial Cabinet in connection with the Go vernment of Nfjamla. Lord Koso'.iory insisted u...

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BAPTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Baptist. Lords Day 11th. — rBandon Grovo 10, Pastor R. J. Middletou ;? Thalaba 3, Pastor R. J. Middlelon, 7.30 Evangelistic Service conductek by Mr Robert Berry, sen. Wednesday 7th — 7.30, Pastor R. J. Middleton. . R. J. MIDDIiETON. . Pastor.

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A Seaman Shot. Newcastle Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

A Seaman Shot. Newcastle Monday. Harry Gordon Harbord, master of the ship Beemah, from Santos, was charged, at tlie police court with shoot ing at G. R. Laurence, a seaman, Syhilst.on the high seas, ou January 18. The evidence for the prosecution was to the effect that Laurence and the uune -were woriuug to geiuer on cibck when the captain came along and his foot slipped. Laurence laughed, and the captain turning upon him called hi in filthy names, struck him, and also threatened to put him in. irons. A struggle' ensued, and Laurence got the best of it'.- He held the captain down, who' begged, to be. let up. Wheu'liber ated the captain went into his cabin, ' and. coining out, deliberately fired with' a revolver at Laurence, the bullet striking' him on' the arm'. The 'bullet fell on deck. The captain then had ;Laurence put in irons. For the defence it was stated by -the captain thot lie was not guilty of- wil fully shooting at the seaman. He said that the crow wore mutinous on tho vo...

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