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NEW YEAR'S GIFT. 1 mile [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

New Year's Gift J mile. Alethe, (8-5) ' I Mount Morgan (0-1) ... \ 2 Cavalier (6-10) ... ... 8 Amber Queen was the other Btartor. This event was looked upon as a ljioral ' for Alethe, and her ad mirers wejfl (jot disappointed, as she won as Bhe liked. At tl)C start Amber Queen was the first away, and with Mount Morgan at hor girths lead over thp hill- As thoy camo into view again Alethe ft'ns j)) command, and sho simply romped home ii- frpnjjqfthe others, Ambor Queon, cutting up badly, finished last, Time, 1 inin, 48-seo3, ?

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

— ? ? — ? ? ? Latest ]Nevvs. :.; - f : ? [By Telegraph.] SYDNEY., Thursday. In a few days some now appoint ments to the Commission of the Poaco will bo made.' Undor tho new Elec toral Act ifis necessary that the re turning oflicors shall bo magistrates. Whon making the neccsBary appoint ments, the Government will provido some additional mncistratea where the stoppage of public business is due to tho want of magistrates. - It is not tho intention of tho Go vernrticnt to make any fuither ap pointments to tlio Legislative Council boforo tho tneoting of parliament. At tbe inquest 011 Unwin, tho coal merchant, tho victim ir. .thou peculiar poiHoning case, tho medical evidence pointod to arsomcal poisoniug. The body i^ to be exhumed. ? Murdoch, tho colebrated cricketer, arrived in Sydney by tho express, and expocts to play in the intercolonial matches. - Butter ploutiful, Btocks accumula ting, factory 8 1 to 9d, dairy 7d to 8d ; oggs, from northern, lid, from sou thern, Is ; bacon, hams f...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

. Wssi.b* AM. Sabbath v7tb.— Dungog 10.30, 8ncrauient, Bor. j. Middleton, 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon j Bandon Grovo 3, Suorarnent ; Cliieliester 10, duorament, Rev. F. Dixon, Wednesday lOtb. — 7.30, Mr T. .^VllitoUou9o? KEV. F. DIXON

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

Baptist. Lord's Day, January 7tl-. — Thalaba 3 Mr , Robert Berry, son., 7.30, PaRtor R. J. Middleton,' D.V., special sermon for tbo year, Lord's Supper ; Foster ton, U.C. .3, Pastor R..J. Middleton. ?' B. J. MIDDLETON.

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

Contribution Boxes. The following are the ainouuts ob tained from the various hospital con tribution boxes, which were rocently opened by the treasurer, Mr - S. B. Day:— £. s. d. John Sheridan . ... 6 3 A. Donaldson, now Single 16 0 Bank of N.S.W. \ ... 5 H D. L. Davis ... v.*. 1 10 H. C. Dark ... ... 7 8 . Skilleu and 'Wnlker ... 1 1 E. Piper, ... ... 4 3 Commercial Bank ... 2 7i Jos. Kobson .... 1 19 ? £3 7 1

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STAGE SCENES UNREHEARSED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

STAGE ? SCENES UNRE- ' . HEA11SED. In n. recent Truth compelitioh eomo vory nimwing.. answers, wore .seflt- in upon . tlio umeliftiiifeil incidents of tlio 8t«(jo. Among i tlie incwt. luu^lmlilc wore tlio following : . /flio'woll-kiiown notor, Jnlin Iiycior. wlio ' co li Id veekon nmonir. Iiio |-ii|jil& soiiib of, lho foroniost iioi-formors on tlio etntro. was a Mni-guto muii, nnd always suro' of a good hoii-o ivlion liol played thoro, . . . Ono^ovoiiing.lie. ^iiB pqrfoj-ipin'g ijlaniltt at tlio | Mur^uto Tiientre, when it wus dis covered tliat /or tlib''gravo-'di(fglng scdno thoro was no skull araonj; the proportios taken .down. In desperutioii Ryder sent dp.wri to a chemist's iia'rd by, iii wlioto.ehon ? wiiuloiv ho had observed nslcull whilo walk injf 'in^ho town in the daytime/ His' mes senger; wns sucooss/nl,- and. rflt^irnefi. i the article. Ryder took it upon, tho stago anij-bdc(-n- 'I know him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest.' Just -as ho reached the footlights h...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POVERTY OF PUBLIC MEN [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

THE POVERTY OF PUBLIO I MEN A onBAT .doal is said about professional politicians, to tho dotrimcn.t both, of tho -profession and of tho politicians. But if it bo true that tlioro. aro persons, who embark in pontics moroly \vith thp view ;of mukiug, a living oub of ib, thoy certainly cannot bo vory. inumorpus, for. tho , money . primps, afforded them aro npithor mupy nor, heavy. It is true that'a cbrtair\ number of plums. Comojinto tlio Way ' of iidmbord of Pa'rlia-' 'mont, wln'ch would not bo otherwise within tboir .roftclu Thoy cun.soll thoirlnnmda.as directors of pubjio companies; they can mukci a coniinorcial commodity of thogossip they pverlibur in the! House and tho lobbies,, arid, retail it, in tho form- of parliamentary letteij's^to. provincial, papers, at so many, pennica a .liop.; ai\d tlipy (can, sprn^tiine^ uia^ ubo of information, to.wiiich thoy Ii avis iicbe^a for Stock' Exchange purposes. But these . ure'small matters, and can 'scarcely afford a sufQcient cquivalont to...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIXING HANNAH. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

MX1NG HANNAH. Tjjb circuit ridcr for a. mountain . district iu wpst Virginia.was, stopping for a day,, or two rit tlio place whore ho was to preach oil Suuday, and to him a * mountaineer ' camo withja buxom mountain maid,- und wanted to be.municd then and there. ' 44 AYhere'a your licensp?'' askwl tho min-; ister..:' ?' , ?; ? J ' Airrfc .got noric,'^ ho said 14 We don't 1 havojto1 lidyo no license, do. .we ? . We aiu't a-goin' tosollliqudt*.' ' -1 Thab Wtts'aH tho'liceinso ho know about. Tho; minister ^explained to him and ho rodojawav ten. miles, to the.couuty scat and later- iu theNday; appeait.;d u;ith the ^license. .44That'cost me ii'dollar,' inister,' hb said ruofiilly. 44 Do you charge anything ?' 1 44 You can pay nie whatever you please, but I nevor chuigo less than a dollar.' ^ 44 \Voll, I've only got half a dollar, .mister, and j won't ' git tho ^balahco till after l harvest.'' ? . : ?Ay ? Tlw minister hesitated, ' bccaueo *.ho thou^it tho mountaiiM^i* wus trying to beat h...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Modern Fables. THE SAMARITAN AND THE ROBBER. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Modern, Fables, THE SAMARITAN AND THE BOBBER. A Samaritan one day found a man lying in a fence corner of the highway near bis' house with u broken leg. Instead 6f tele-j phoning for the Ambulance or calling the police, be bad the injured stranger removed! to his own house, where be was carefully at-' -tended until about to resume his journey' As he was about to depart he Baid : wnue i nave no money to give you for your kindness, your reward is greater than you could have anticipated. I had planned! to enter your house at night and murder you, take all your money and then steal jour horses. As you have been so very kind to mo I Bhall reward you by a seif-sacrifice. I will Bimply steal your Jiorse.' moral: ' And that night he returned and simply . . stole it.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Base Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

X Base Mint. ' Good morning, Mr. Dally wag; changing your boarding place again 7' ' ¥es.' ' What is the matter now 1 I thought yon were nicely fixed.' ' Well, so 1 was, but-I got a week in ar rears on my board and my landlord Borved, me coffee tblB morning in a fancy cup with! gilt lettering on it that read : ' Think of' me I' I paid my bill and got ont. You can bet I wouldn't put up with such base hints'- ' for pay as that was.'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Not Mere Toys. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Jfot Mere Toys. J - - .Children care less for toys, that is, the toy. that are orily fit to look at, than is generally believed. They universally prater, tbe play things with which something can be uOiMii building blocks, tools, and, pf course, dolls for leading examples; i = I Always be Truthful : X was paying attention to a rich widow. . ' Madame,' he said, as he offered her a bouquet, ' you grow more nnd more beauti-' ' f ul every day.' * 'You exaggerate, my dear sir,' exclaimed the lady, very flattered. ' Well, then, let us say — every other day.') Mmi may be the lords of creation, |but Bome women beat all creation. A little boy six years old and a little girl of eight were looking at the clouds one beautiful summer evening, watbing their fantastic shapes, when the boy exclaimed : ' Ob, Minne, I see a dog in tbe Bky l'- 11 Well, Willie,' replied the lister, ' it must be a sky terrier.'

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

LATCHKEYS. T. ,\M romioded of tin's subject by a littlo dncidorib which bcfol mo the other night at the witching hour or thereabouts. \Vl»on X roached home and tried in my aecustotucd way to unlock the door, I couldn't for. bho life pf me succced, in accomplishing ib. No»v, this was nob tho fir.ib time by many thaLa similar misfortuno had befallen mo, 1 unu i wisn ngnc nora to utter a most . I emphatic protest ogainb tho wholo rac i of latchkeys. Tho latchkey, take it f r all in j j all, is a malefactor of the deepest dye, a j I pfofano cxumplar, a destroyer of the peaco of mind of thousands of hoppy hounirt, a continual b/me of contention betwixt husband and wife, a bachelor's bane, und a club man's terror. Take, for example, the kind of latchkey a specimen of which Z havo beforo mo as 1 write. It is a long, skeleton-like thing, with a solid end— no hollovvness about it, and to a ccrtain extent it is to be pitied, for it issolcly at the meivy of its receiver, the koyholo ; being iu...

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

| . PARENTS. ' J (By a Pki- a o oo ttk.) ; Pauknts are a necossai-y ovil. I hasten to add; beforo I am chargcd .with a wunt of filial regard, thut. I a peak, nob as a son7 i but as.^a schoolmaster. Parents oio dis- J tiiictly, from tho magisterial point of viow, I a necessary evil ; nocessary, . because tho boy supply inu^b be kopb up, und naturo continues to effect this through parontal j agency ; evil, because tot: parents is duo tho , premature blanching' ofntuny ought-to-bo robust Imira of myself f-and my. brobher' dominios. ' I Character, ib is said, may bo deciphered^ i from handwriting, and identity completely established from thumb-marks, but not hing 1 can.coihparo with tho individuality dis-'i played iri the ringing oftho hcuso-door bell.' There is ringing and to spare during term- ! timo, at rny OHtahlfshiuent, yob I can detect the ring parental with the certainty of a story-book Indian following up a trail. G'oulinuatiou, though quite unnecessary, i* alwayssuppUed by tho...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADY FLAVIAN'S DIAMONDS. PART I [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

krwMi ' ? ? ? M .mi j 1 1 ??? '.iVi LADY FLAVIAN'S 1TAM0NDS. ' Part I :?rHE Red Mount was full of visitors VI/ in vitrei for tho racosi These wer | ovor; to-day hud beon the Inst day; br I tho'party showed no signs of breaking ti; | immediately. For lied Mount was a very jwpular huuao ; a great porsonago was there, and intended to stay another couplo of day*, for tUoro woro certain attractions which wade tho socioty pleasant to him. And h:s presence hub sufficient to shod u glory ovory all thiugs, oven to thcBO who could not bo reckoned, oven by them* BtilveH,m among tho attractions, '' ' . Lady Flavian looked brilliant to-night. Tbo long dinner-table and its lights and' {lowers* prevented her huBband from seeing her, or: ho might havo rejoiced in her beauty. Others, however, hud a better opportunity. * Although tho greatest In tho land eat on cither Mile of her, nnd iter duties as a hostess required ofher nob only to iufuso tho utmost charm possible into her con versation, but tho ...

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

THE FRIVOLOUS HEN. ... . One day a hen who was very ambitiouB to get on in the world overhcar.l thu owner of the fowls indulging iu congratulations be- . - cause a robin had built its nest iu a tree ' - near the bouse. -' 1 ' Ah I there, my dandy 1' reflected tho lien, ' but here is a hint fora Leghorn to act upon. I will show- tbat bow-legged bill lluster a nest which will discount anything ever attempted by anything less than ail castle.' '' The hen thereupon set to work to build ? nest in tbe same tree, and was hard «t work when her owner passed by, baited In amuir ment and Anally said : 'I declare I but that hen has turned idiot? As she evidently ddesn't care to. be a hen, and as she iB not fitted to be a robin, I will eat her for my Sunday dinner.' moral : Don't lay down the jackplane to becom. a statesman. A lady graduate; being out in tbo country,.! vrent into tbo stable of a farmhouse. J v t(Dear me, how close the poor cows art - V crowded together,' iho remarked. ~'v ^ u Ye...

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

Favors. I For luncheon - favors there are small,] dainty baskets of delicate straw, twisted on ' wire, in pale shades of blue, pink and yellow, 1 the latter color being less popular than the two former ones. Tboy are two different ; shapes, and are intended to be filled with flowere, while attaohed to. the arched handle , Ib a broad satin ribbon. But the latest ( . novelty, wMch uas juBt oeen received uum ? Paris, are imitation tambourines, mandolins,1 banjos, .guitars and palettes, on which aro1 painted copies of tbe salon pictures. Tbe musical instruments have gilded strings and pegs* satin bows- and on tbe back of what might be called theBe 'false fronts' aro ^ satin bags for bonbons. For dinner or ger man favors come tho flat fan of delicate gause in pale tints, set inasl^nderglltframe, and having a giled handle on which is tied a bow of satin ribbon. ^These fans have, also, v reproducts of the salon pictures. Doyloysare made of tinted fine gauze, a lining of soft silk in the sa...

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

Tough. Another problem about as villainous us tlm concerning the ben and a half has been pi- pounded. It is this : ' ' A tells the truth three times out of foui B tells the truth three times out of five, i tells the truth six times out of seven. Whu is the probability of an event which A atii i B assert and O denies ?'

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

A Domestic Hint . Sometimes the lamp wick will obstinately refuse to be turned up in an orderly manner. It will seem firmly wedged at one side, while the other will run up in a point, causing weariness and vexation of spirit. To over come this depravity, take a new wick, draw out a single thread ncAr the selvage, and tho wick will be found quite tractable when' in troduced into the burner. The cogs will take it up properly, and it will appear in good form and give an even' flame when lighted. '

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Care of the Hands. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 5 January 1894

Care of the Hands* To whiten and soften the bands there is h nothing bettertban almond paste. For hands that are inclined to be rod and rough the following treatment, if persevered in. will in a few weeks' time, make them white and Bmooth. Always cleanse tbebands in hot water and rinse in cold to prevent chapping. Keep a . box of fine oatmeal on tho toilet table', dry the'hauds, rub briskly and dust with oatmeal. At night bathe in hot water and use a nail brush, dry and apply almond paste, keep ing it on by a pair of kid gloves tabout v three sizes too large. To mako the paste take two ounces each of bitter and swucfe al monds, pound to a paste and mix thorough ly with half an ounce of castie soap cut in shreds, twelve drops of oil of bergamot and one-half an ounce of oil of almonds. Heat, stir \jrell and put into a china jar. Cold cream is also an excellent softener of tho skin. To make it, mix half an ounco of whito wax and spermaceti, four ounces of of 1 of almoncis and two ounce...

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

Keeping I Tp Appearances, ' j There is no more reprehensible fault than that of keeping up acceptive appear ances, especially amont; young men who nro commencing to battle witli tho world. That is just the time of life whon, if, thoy are dependent upon tlioir own exertions, they will either make or mar their future. We have in view sevoral cases that may servo as a warning to others, in whoso interests we refer to- them, assuring our readers that the personages -have' ah actual existonco ana that the evouts re lated have actually transpired. 5 '8 The first was a oaso of a youth who had -been potted-'and pampored by an over-indulgont mother. He received the too common colloge education which re sulted in his having acquired no know ledge of any kind, savo on the Bubject of dross. In this respect ho thought he was an adopt. Without any knowlede of busi ness ho made his start in life with a good firm. Here he had every chance to make a man of himself, to acquiro useful and Valuable bus...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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