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

Roman Catholic. Ash Wednesday 7th— Dungog 9; Brook field 9, day 11th. — Dungog 10; Brookficld XL j Cluronco Toirn 9. REV.-J. FLYNJNr

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

I'KESBYTKnlAN. Sabbath 11th.- Duugog ' 10.30, and 7.30, 'Rev. D. Baird ; Bandon Grove 3, Rev. D. Baird; Big Creek 10.30, Mr G. A. Mackay. BEV. -DAVID BAIRD.

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

Tlio only Papor published H in the Duiuiam - / H Electorate; ? H :ln excellent A UVJCltTISTNO ? 31 li V 1 U M 'I Casual AdvorliHenteiils I Per InoV ... ... aR 'I Every subsequent Inch 1/(5 I Special JLoia Quotation! I

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

PPTairtnnrijVEiiY TUESDAY AND F7tW.1T » Mornings.' AND CONTAINS Latest. Tclcgrapltic , Commercial, ? Local 4J* General News. TERMS (in Advanoo^ I'cr Quarter ? ... ... 5s Per Yofir ; ? ... 20a

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

I ; ABB OUAHANTBKCTO (JIVEEVEBV SATISFACTION OTtfBftWiSB WILL BE BXCIUNGED. ? 813 George-St., Sydney. ' (Opposite Railway Station) r Tho unriv&iied Kbylk9S *) 20fi» } Watch. A Strong, Rcli- - 20s. (. able, Cboap 'vatoh. ) ? '* Knglieb Lover, full-jowollcd, com- j£2 1 0S. 3 nmisation balance, 2 years' ? y''' Cgnaranteo. ^?/ jilt unequalled English Lover, J£3 lOB.? full covered cap, patent action, C 3 years' guarantoo, f My special Key or Keyless English ? ? m] Lever, compensation balance, patent ( Qotion, 3 years guarantee ( First-class Koy or KoylcsalCiiglish H £4 10S. j Lover, full covoi'od cap, patent, {. hand finished. 4 years' guarantco. H /FiMt'clasa Key or Koylt-ss English H rtr \ Lever, compensation balanco, full* A»0 covered cap, hand gnished, 6 years* ? ( j»u*rantee. fTho ACME English Lever, full chro j njnometor balance, adjusted, 15 ruby H y jewels, a correct timekeeper, G years* H ( guarantee. ? Flv-bacV Minute CHKONOGRAPIIS, ? *8 8b. The SPORTSMAN, £10 10d. Six ...

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

j THOS. BAKER, Practical T a i 1 o i Dowling-atrcct, DUNGOG. ] OEGS to return thanks t o his minim JD customers for fchsir past support, a ' urueti br strict attention to business, to inc ??i a ojntinuanoe of their patronago. ; ; j i'fiero is no need send away for Clotl ?h whunthoy can bo uiado as Cheap and j Good in tlio town. A. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My * Tweeds, Cloths, Docukins, Serges, Llamas, Bueksluns, Worsted and Eeuvci tJoatings, - ' ' Bedford and MuncHe-tor Cords, Hair Lines, 'Etc. Aro all of tlio Best Materials to pick froi and well shrunk before making up. £ ? The W.RS.N; Oo. (LIMITED), CL ARENCE TOW N The Company's Steamer .Coorec eaves Clarence Town witli Passenger and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDATS, and Fill DAYS at 9.31 ... a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS THURSDAYS, and SATURDAY! at 9.15 a.m., until further notieo. 11. LYALL, ? Secretary. ' ^ ' 2© J. A. JONES; 'V FAMILY but CHAR Dtuigrog1. JN taking this opportunity to thank the public for past BUpport, wishes to in...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Church Services. FEBRUARY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Church Services. I'J'.BRL ARY. Onnnou of England Ash Wednesday 7th — Dungog 7.30 H.C., 10 30, Children's Service 4, Evensong 7.30. Friday 9th. — Dungog 3.30. . Sunday 11th. — Dungog S II. 0., 10.30, Rev. J. Vesper, 7.30 ; Glen Wil liam 3 ; Clarence Towu 7 30, Rev. J. A'osper ; Chichester 10.30 ; Bendolba 3, Mr King. J. YOSP1CR, Incumbent.

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Coolgardie Goldfields WATER TERRIBLY SCARCE PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Coolgardie GoldfielQs Water Teiuuijly ScAitci: Picutii, Thursday. Water is terribly scarce at Coolgard ie, and it has risen in price from Gd to 9d pt'.r gallon during tho last weok Iivoiy day hundreds of moil arrivo on the field, and minors are engaged on various woik at tho various leases, tho labor exemptions of which expired yrs toidnv. Men are driven in from the outside centroi, whero there is no water On Hannah's rush water is selling at Is 3d per gallon. Thi' new reef at Bavtey'a Howard el.iim is described as remarkably rich, the face t'uinp yellow with gold. The I.O.U. claim, 15 miles from llannali'B, lias struck a rich leader, and GOO oz. of gold wore dollied during tho week. The Commisionor of Railways is now on the field, lie liad a coidiM recjp tibu, and has placed in hand several water conservation works. Conden ser.-! aro to he erected bv the Govern ment, iti order to ensure tho supply for a limited number during tho 8iiimn,e'\ The Government has also promised to hasten...

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

MAITLAND. E. AV. Sparke reports : Pat Cattle. — Light supplies yarded to-day, and with a moderate attendance of the trade, sales passed of? fairly well . but prices shewed little or no improve ment on late rates. I have solcl for 11. ltigney, steers at £2 (is; Sam. Richards, steers from £1 18s Gd to £'2, . cows and heifers from £1 Ss to £2 ; 0. Benson, cows at £2 IDs (id, heifers at £2 os, bullocks at £3 7s, light steers at £2 ; A. L. Stacy, bullocks from £3 7s to £-1 2s; J. K. Mackny, bullocks from £3 lis to £3 lis, cows from £1 ?'-'..'?128 to £1 13s; J. Dixon, bullocks at 14s ; .T. J. Capp, steers from £1 ? 18s to' £2 8s ; Mrs Smart, cows from p;. ~ £ 1 14s Gd to £1 18s Gd ; D. Locke, bullocks from £3 5s to £3 10s. ? Store Cattle. — I held a sale at Campbell's Ilill oil Thursday, but the quality of the cattle yarded was any thing but 'good, audalthough the prices appear low. they were full market rates, taking into consideration the present low rates ruling for fat cattle. Sold fo...

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

TT^VWl'Mt |mw— — »? Commercial. j DUN, GOG , ' I II: 0. Dark &- Oo. report us' follows : — 1 in/0 1 Dungog 2$Cd } Cluior.co Town, 2s Ski' \ ^ weovily uusuleubio. Market glutted. i . ' Eggs, 8d (ioz. Chuff, 3s Gil ; dull Bacon, 4Jd Butler, 4tl to Gd i ^Cedur, Board, 15s to lGs por 100ft. , -JPAicks, lsfidto2s FcAvi^ lsGd to 2s Polutoe?,- 3b to 4s ewt. ' : . Outs, 2p. ' ' ? Beeswax, 8d per lb. ! -Capo barley, 2s dG ; English barely, 2s Gd. Edward Pipor reports — ' ? Maize market- falling in prico ; best samples wo»th 2b Gd to 2* 8d } Claronoo Town, 2s 9d to 3s Weevilly, unstilenbly ; white maize- or, palo samples will not bring within 3d a bushel of good yolluw maize. Oats, 2s por bushel noney, 10s Gd pet* tin Barloy, 2s Gd por bushel Potatoes, .C3 10s, plentiful. Chaff, £4- to £?]? 10s Eggw, bought in any quantity at highest mar Bacon. improving a little, best worth 4d Wux, Gd to 8d Cedar, to 16s, according to sizo and quality. Butter, plentiful, 4d to Gd*

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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PATERSON MARKETS F. G. BROOKER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

? ' PATERSON MARKETS -F. G. Biiookkk's it El' out. ; . ' 'Paterfion Association. — The supply - this week was limited owing to the 'flooded state of tho river, but cjm ; petition was fairly activo and satis factory prices realised for produce of all descriptions. Butter -U-d toSJdper lb., eggs Gd to 8d per do/,; honey 4sGd to 5s 3d por dozen bottles, honey2s4d . to 2s Gd per 01b tins, sections, 5(1 to ?5Jd each beeswax 7:/d to Sd per lb.; sorghum seed 2d to 3d, peaches ^d 'to 4d per do/,; quinces 1 Jd to 3d, pears 2d to 4-Jd, applos l.}d to 5d, pino apples 2s Gd to 3a 3d per dozen ; tomatoes Id to 4Jd per doz, passion fruit -,d to l^d c. legions 3d to 4d, parsley -Jd per buncti, %1'npcs Id to 2d por lb;- garlic . 5d to Gd, chilnps 1 id, potatoes 3s to 5s . per ewt; onion? Is Id to Is Gd per 15 lb bags, melons 3s toG s p--r do/,, pumpkins Is 7d to 2s; grammas 2s to 2s Gd, cab . bages 9d to Is, squnshes Is 9d to 3s; maiz.o 3s 3d to 3s Gd.por bushel, peas 2s lid, millet sepd 9d per bag...

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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Sydney Markets. iriv : . ? Sydney, Monday. r : . ? Flour — Quiet ; N.S.W. roller selling' at from £8 10s to £8 15s ; Victorian, £7 15s to £8 5s per ton. ' Wheat — Dull. New milling, 3s Id griper bus ; chick wheat, 2s lid to 3s. Maize — Dull, old at 3s 2d to' ' 3s 3d ; Clarence 'River, 3s Bd. -; / - Oats — Dull. Prime bright feed, 2a , 7d seed, 2s 8d. Chaff.— -Best quoted at £3 10s to ?-;: ;£3 15s; other sorts from £3 ; very. ?' prime, £4. Barley. — C.apo, 2s 9d. Lucerne. — Hunter River, choice, £2 15s to £3. .Scarce.' : ' , ? Hay. — Local oaten in bundles, £3 . to £3 15s. . Onions — Globe, £4 5s Potatoes — Blueskinsy prime, ' £3 17s ; Brownells £3 Os OJ per ton. Circular Head £4 to £5. . Bnttcr — Good demand; creamery /'. and beBt brands of factory, 8M ; fac . tory, 8d ; dairy, Gd to 7d per lb. Bacon — Somewhat easier, baud cured, Gd to GJdJ maehiue cured, 5d to 5 id ; middles, -7d to 8d. ? '? ' Hams — Colonial, 9d to lOd ; Eng - iieh, Is to Is 2id ; New Zealand at Is .-' OJd.per lb...

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

Correspondence. It must bo distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves ^esponaiblo for tlio opinions expressed by our correspondents

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

Municipal Council. The Council' met on Friday ni^ht last. There were present.: Aid.. F. A. Hooke (Mayor), D. J. Bruyn, EL C. Dark, J. Abb.itt, J. Bobson, and Jv A. Jones. . A letter was read from Mr J. Bar ling, stating that the sum of £80 for roads for 1893 would be available in'o tew days. A letter was read from Mr Grabam, surveyor, stating that he would shortly visit tho town to align the streets, aud asking if the alignment posts wore ready. Letters were read from tho Trea sury he endowment; from the Colonial Secretary tie by-laws ; and from Mr W. E. Smith he seal, which wore dealt with. - ' The report of the Works Commit tee was read, showing that contracts I had been let for the repair of portions I of Mary Stroot, Fosterton road, aud i lane leading !- the river. . ' :, I Aid. Dark moyod — That a sum oE money be voted For the repair of a bal ance of Mary Street, betwoen Win-' deyer and Doivling streets. ? Seconded by Aid. Jones aud car ried. Aid. Jones called tho attention to ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Oldest Living Englishman. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

The Oldest Living Eng lishman. A correspondent to a Manchester paper writes as follows : ' It may not be generally known that one of the old est — if not the oldest — living English man is a native of Salford, aud has been resident there from his birth. His name is William Hampson, and he lives in Duke Street, near tbe -i ? Gravel-iaue Wesleyan schools. He is uciiBvuu lu uts ij mi yeura uui, wia lit) . distinctly remembers as a boy seeing ? - John Wesley and hearing him preach at the Salford Cross, iu Green Gate^ After preaching Wesley walked on fo oxamino the then partly-raised edifice of Gravel-lnne chapel. This was iu 1790, and Hampson recalls tho circum stances iu every detnil. Aged as he is, this veteran. Salfordian insists occasion ally on tempting the dangers of thoso streets in the town which hehassturd- ; ily paced for more than a century.,' Mr J. H. Wni it, M.P., intends to - I retire from Parliament, and from the ? '? representation of Randwiek, at the I eud of the presen...

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Some Decisive Marriages Of English History. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Some Decisive Marriages Of English. History. The . nriirrriago oi Bertha with Ethelbert of Kent pre pared: the way, for the con version of England, to Chris ' tianity. The marriage of Henry VIII with Ann Boleyn was one ? of the chief factors which deter mined tne iietormation. The marriage of Emma of : . Normandy with- Ethelred the Unready gave the Conqueror . an excuse for asserting his claim to the throne of England - The marriage of Henry I wiJ:h Matilda of Scotland re conciled the people to the Conquest by - restoring the line of C'erdic. The marriage of Henry II with Eleanor of Aquataine made England the first Con tinental power in Western Europe. The marriage of Henry VII with Elizabeth of York closed the wars of the Roses. The marriage of Henry VII's daughter Margaret with James the I, led to the union between England and Scotland The marriage of James daughter Margaret with Wil liam of Orange gave direction to the revolution ot 1G8.8, The marriage of Sophia with the Elector ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

To the Editor. Sir.— I had recoutly the opportunity afforded me of visiting your pictures- ' ? quo district, and vhen being drivwn round your town ltoccurrodto uio that ? ^ much might bq dono, without great ex pouce, towards beautifying it. Pormit mo then Mr Editor to suggest to tho powers that be, the desirability ot de fining the pathways and tho planting of suitable trees on the sido walks. Tho trees, when grown up, would not only serve as a shnde from tho burning summer's sun, but prove a ' ]oy for ever.' . In my rambles through this colony I have noticed in small towns, much later incorporated than your good o town, the suggestions I now respect fully make to tho Municipal fathers of - your locality, have become accom plished facts, thereby adding a degree of pleasure which I am sure is not only v enjoyed by the residents but by visi tors. — Yours truly, WELL WISHER Syduey, - - . 29/L/m ? ? ^ LAND LEGISLATION To the Editor. . Sir, — If anything wero required to prove tho incomp...

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

Local and General. ' ? 3 ? Gold — Last week Mr W. Doards brought to Dungog, a splendid sample of gold obtained by himself and party during a prospecting tour on the Monkerai waters, above Wan gat. It consisted of over two 07.S. of course nuggety gold, which lnnlcfifl n.fl if it hn/l llnpli nhf.ninprt frnm the crown of a reef. Mr Deards in formed us that it was washed from alluvial soil on a Bmall flat near the creek, and he seems confident that it came originally from a reef in the vicinity, as it showed no signs of being waterivorn. He is endeavoring to form a smnll company for the purpose of having the locality prospeoted for reefs. -Mr Deards is a straight goer and we hopo he succeeds in the matter. Rich alluvial gold has been obtained at the head of the Monkerai waters on several occasions, and it is ovidentthat tbero is something good there in the shape of a reef. - Municipal,. — As far as we can gather tho following gentlemen have been nominated for the position of AldermoD, i...

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Police Court, Dungog. FRIDAY, FEB. 2ND, 1894. (Before F. W. Garstang, Esq., P.M., G.S. Waller, and P.J. Fitzgerald, Esqs., J's. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 February 1894

Police Court, Dungog. j Fiudav, Feb.^nd, 1891'. (Before 2P. TV. Oarstmiff, lisq., P .M , G. S. Waller , and P. if. Fitzgerald, Esqs., J's. P.) On' the opening oE the Court Mr Garstang, ou behalf of the Bench, con gratulated Mr H. S. Biugle, C.P.S., upon his- appointment as a Justice of the Peace, and. Mr J. H. Waller, on behalf of the legal fraternity, also fe licitated Mr Bmale upon his abnoint tueut. W. Rudder,- Forest Ranger v. W. Soper. — Cutting timber on Crown Lands without a license. Mr Waller appeared for defendant. Case dismissed on account of the in formation being wrongfully laid. Police v. J. S. Wilson. — Stripping bark on Church and School lands at Thalaba, without a license. Pleaded guilty. Fined 5s; 4s 10d costs. Police v. II. German, stealing 100 sheets of bark, the property of Her Majesty. Constable Green, stated : That on the 20th November, 1803, he went on to the Church and School lands at the head of Major's Creek, by instructions from the Crown land bailiff. He ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 February 1894

Sufoscribe ' ?' V-' ???? ~ ? ? ' TO THE 'CHRONICLE' , , — AND—. ; Be Happ^. Send Your Orders to the 'Chonicle Office' 'for JOB PRINTING. Advertise in tlie 'CHRONICLE' It 'Will Pay Yon, TO STAND THIS SEASON* - AT - Church Hill, Monkerai, The Roadster Stah-ion fotiug SJkalos, YOUNG SHALES by Flying Shales (imp.) dam by Protection (imp.), from Deception by New Warrior (imp.) TERMS : £2 Per Maro ; reduction for two or moro nwres. Good secure paddocks provided. Every euro taken,' but no responsibility incurrod. Awl? — . ? GEO. W. TITCUME, Church Hill, Monkerai. ten 10 stand this season SeSflBPsL* AT TIIE BARRINGTON, Tub Blood Staxlion a XC V I s. Gratis has stood 4 seasons at Barnngton and given every satisfaction j bis stock havo now been broKCU in and aro very quiotj^nd cannot bo surpassed as good backs. ^ Terms — Moderate, to meet tlie times ; for Single Mare £1 15s ; Two or more, property of sumo owner £1 10s cacb. Good Paddocks provided for mares, apd every caro laken but no respons...

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