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Church Services. FEBRUARY. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 February 1894

Church Services. ' . , FEBIILARY. Gnnncn ov England Friday 9th. — Dungog 3.30. Sunday 11th. — Dungog 8 II.O., 10.30, Rev. J. Vospor, 7.30 ; Glen Wil jiamS; Clarence Town 7-30, l?ov. J. Vosper; Chichester 10.30; Bendolba 3, Mr King. J. VOSPICE, . Incumbent.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Patriot Politician. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 February 1894

Patriot Politician. According to. the Telef,;'aph, there is a miserable row proceeding in Tasma nia about.a railway pass. The ex ? speaker, who has been fired from poli tical life into the outer silence by the ? voters,, refuses to yield up his free railway pass. Me, is politically ? dead, and probably thinks this is a reason why he should remain a ?political dead-bead. The man who beat him at the polls wants that pass, but can't get it. A perplexed Govorn-_ ment has issued to him a temporary pass to get around on until the ex Speaker softens sufficiently to unhitch |. the useful bauble from his wntuh chain i-: and fork it over. Time is up, however; i the* ex-Speaker shows no signs of re I lenting, and the new member is going to sue the Goiernment for his travel i. ling expenses. Tbe other day thoTas i manian premier lent a man £2 to go to .- New Zealand with. This was a risky [ ? thing, .but the money was promptly re turned, and the public financial equili brium-restored, But if it...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 February 1894

' Roman Catholic. Ori Sunda*-, 11th inst., at 10 o'clock a mission v. ill be commenced at St Mary's R. G. Church, Dungog, by one of the Vtncen'.inn Fathers from Syd ney ; Mass at Brookfield 11 ; Clarence Town 9. REV. J. ELYNN

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 February 1894

I'llltSBYTEBIAN. Sabbath 11th,— Dungog 10.30, and 7.30, Rev. D. Baird; Bandon Grove 8, Rev. D. - Baird; Big »-'? Creek 10.30, Mr. G. A. Mackay. RET. DAVID BAIRD,

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 February 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. Flour— Quiet ; N.S.W.' roller selling at from £8 10s to £8 15s ; Victorian, £7 15s to £S 5a par ton. , Wheat — Dull. New milling, 3s Id per bus ; chick wheat, 2s lid to 3s. Maize — Dull, old river to 3s ; Clarooce River, 2s 9d , prime inland, 3s to 3s Id. Potatoes — Blueskms, prime, £3 15s ; Brownolls £3 5s Od per ton. Circular Head £4 to £4 10s ; Early Rose, £4 5s. Butter — Good demand ; creamery and best brands of factory, 8£d; fac tory, 8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb. Bacon — Somewhat easier, hand cured, 6d to 6Jd ; machine cured, 5d to 5-Jd ; middles, 7d to 8d. Hams — Colonial, ,9d to lOd ; Eng lish, Is to Is 2Jd ; New Zealand at Is O-Jd.per lb Honey — From 3d to 4d per lb, for , pure. 1 Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in bladders, 3d to 4d ; bulk 2d to^4d per lb. Cheese — Dull ; market glutted , best brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d ; second, l^d to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to 3£d per lb. Eggs. — lOd to Is , fair supply. Poultry — Prime, scarco j inferior, p...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 February 1894

Commercial. DUNGOG H. C. Dark & Co. report as follows ; - Maize: Dungog 2s 3d; Claronco Town, 2s 6d : ' wcovily unsaleable. Market glutted. Eggs, 8d doz. ' Chaff, 3s ; dull . 4 Bacon, 4Jd Butter, 4d to 6d ?. rj:.-. Cedar, Board, 15s to 16s por 100ft. ? ' Ducks, Is 6d' to 2s Fowls, Is 6d to 2s , Potatoes, 8s Cd to 4s cwfc. Oats, 2d. ^ Beeswax, 8d por lb. x Cape barloy, 2s 6d ; English biroly, 2a 6d.v Edward Piper reports— 'f * Maize market dnll, in fact old mnizo so un- ' -^ v^:^ saleable that prices cannot be quoted. . 1* have a large -stock on h'ind, and cannot « . quit. Oats, 2s per bOsliel ffonoy, 10s Cd.per tin ~ * Barloy, 2* 6d por bushel ? ?Potatoes, £3 103, plentil ul. ~ Chaff, £4 to £4 10s Eggs* bought in any quantity at highest mar keb rates. . * * Bacon, improving a little, bost worth 4d - Wax, 6d to 8d , f, Cedar, to 16s, according to sizo and quality. . V ? Butter, plentiful, 4d to Gd.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 February 1894

Copeland. ' (From our own Correspondent) . Tho annual mooting of tho Copolund School of Arts was held in tlio reading room on Saturday aftornoon last._ Tho Vico President Mr. J. Williams, in the absence of tho President, acoupiod the ' chair. and after slntinc tlio obi- ct of Hie meeting, oallod upon tlio Secretary to rend tho Report and Bi'l.nico Shcot. Mr. A. J. Quay lo, tho Secretary,- 011 rising, saicLthat it was to bo regretted ; that -there lmd Ik on n great falling off in membership during the year, ther'v being only 1-7 financial members on ? tho roll. The expenditure for the year had been £40 10s 5d, jvhile the inoney received' from all sources am ' ounted. to £42108 Gd, leaviug a bal ? anco to tlio credit of the institution of £2 Gsld, arid considering that the in stitution was in good workii.g order, wo were on n very fair footing. . Proposed by Mr. .T. Williams and sreouded by Mr. T. John, that the Re port and Balance sheetjbe adopted. Carriod unanimously. The chairman t...

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 — 9 February 1894

PATERSON MARKETS F. G. Bbookeb's bei'obt Patcrson Association. — Lirge sup ply this week with a large attendance and excellent prices realised for pro duce ot all description. Butler at 4d to 7d per lb, eggs 9d to lOd por doz., bacon 5d to 6Jd per lb, pigs choeks 4d 4£d per lb, honey 2s 6d por 91b tins, do. 10s to 12s per 60lb tin, do 4b 6d to Gs por doz. bottlos, bee wax 8d to 9d per lb, poacheB 1-M to 3d per d^z , » tomatoes Id to 3d, pomegcanites 6d to # — 'i T-^d, pnars Id to 3?.d, figs 2d to 3d, apples 2d to 7vVd, lemons 3d to 5d, grapes id to 2d pot lb , toa 6 6d to , 7s 6d per 101b box, passion fruit -it Id to 2d psr doz., garlic 6d to Is per lb., chillies Id to 2d, rhubarb Jd to lid per bunch, onions 2d per bunch, do Is 3d to Is 4|d per 101b bags, cucumbers Id to Gd pur doz.. potatoes 3s to 4s 2d per cwt, do. £L 10s to £2 per ton, pum Itinstls to 2s per doz , melon v. 7d to 5s Gil, p'.e melons Is to 2 Sdi gfam mas 3s to 5b, cabbagosS^d to Is {7d, marrows 2d to 3d, Rijuishes ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sermon From the Dock. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

Seruion Prom the Dock. At the Woolwich Police ''?Court, James Grant, a ragged fellow, who described himself as an author and journalist, was ? _ charged with stealing a sack and some onions value Is from Joseph Wyman, market gar dener, Plumsteod. The prison er has been many times in cus tody f01' various offences, and has been continuously almost in the worldiouse for some years- past. Evidence having been given to prove the case Mr Fenwick asked him what he had to say. Prisoner re plied: I plead guilty to picking up the onions and borrowing the sack, for I was hungry and wanted them lor food. Re member, sir, the Bible says, 'When thou beatest thine j olives, beat them not a second time, but leave some for the widow and the fatherless and the stranger (that is the cadger) that they may eat thereof , for thou wert a stranger in the 1 o t\ A TT(Yirnf until thou spoilest the Egyptians, and I led thee out.' It also says, 'When thou cuttsst thy corn and forgettest a sheaf, thou shalt not...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A Notable Missionary. DR STUART, EX-BISHOP OF WAIAPU. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

A Notable Missionary. DRSTUART, EX-BISHOP OF WAIAPU. Dr Stuart, who has just re signed the Bishopric of Waiapu (New Zealand), in order to take up missionary work in Persia, arrived in Sydney, on his way to England, whence he will proceed to his new sphere of labor. The Bishop is a brother nf fV.fi late Sir Alexander Stuart, with whom he ? stay ed in Sydney while acting as ' lo cumtenens ' at St. Johns, Darlinsrhurst. some 20 years. ago. Before that he had been in India 22 years with Bishop . French, ot Lahore, represent ing the Church Missionary So ciety, and for the last 12 years of this period was secretary of the society in the diocese of Calcutta. After his short stay in Sydney, he went to N ew Zealand and was elected Bishop of Waiapu in 1877. In conversation with a ' Daily Telegraph ' reporter, the Bishop talked with grati fication ot the progress of ^tlie Christian religion in New Zea land. His district in that colony embraced the worst of the Maori country—the Uri wera, and o...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

Auction Sales. FAT CATTLEr John Rotison HAS received /instructions from Messrs Osmond. and Lean, to sell by auction, (iVfiobjon's Yards, on SATUBDAY,' 17th /Feb., 1894, at 2 o'clock, 20 Head of Prime FAT CATTLE. ? Terms Oash ? | Carlton and Abbot# HAVE received instructions froml Juhn McDonald, oF Barrincton, to sell by auction on' SATUBDAY next, at their yards, at 2 o'clock. 40 Head really good conditioned, wi ll bred STEEHS, from 2 to 3i years ? Old. .. / 20 HEAD {'FAT CATTLE, or W. Wadq. , 10 HEAD of SPBINGEBS nnd FAT COWS,.:for 0.;Bynu. 100 FAT and STOltE PIGS, for J. Cornish and others. 20 BULLOCKS, for J. Martin. . \ Terms Cash. 1 For Sale. 1 AA SIIABES ip W. B.S. N. Co. _LvU for private sale. Apply r - S.'T. BOBABDS,' ' i' Claronee Town. KOTIC ET rnHE STOBES of : tho Undersigned 1 WILL BE CLOSED at 1 2.30 on THU USDAY AFTEBNOON, on ac count of the Cricket Match. EDWABD PIPEB, I SKILLEN &WALKEU, H. C. DABK & Co. Dungog, February, 12th, 1894. - , ? J. M'LAUGHLIN...

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Died Fighting Bravely. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

Died Fighting Bravely. Under the heading ' Died Fighting Bravely' t ho ' Capcti wn Tnms ' to hand by the ]{. M.S. Gothic gives the tVllowinp ncc..uiit of the mx-Hnrro ol Cuplniu Wilson's parly: — ''They li' t up to lh« Kuu's wangling nnd' h;.d a small fight thm\ After this tliey woro rotreating onto Maj.r Forbes's colnmti, and wor' m-'n unried by the natifos. Tlnr nliiti- nieii di-mounted and took cover, but ,t ' uir In rses wero shot down. They futiglit for about six hours, killine a gicat nutnlor of Matabelo, but (i iisl-.id their ammuni tion. Thon the Matal ele fired oh them from close quarters, killing, as thoy thought, those still alivo. After a time thoy ftliG natives) approachod ncari r, ai d found that there were some still alive, all severely wounded, writing on piecos of paper. As soon as tho Ma tabelo camo up close to thom they drew their revolvers, but tho whole thing was very so -n finished, ar.d not one of the party was left alive. The bodies were not mutilated, but st...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

The Japanese have nn idea of run- 1 ning a Mexican and Australasian lino I of steam rs to help on the commercial | relations between the countries. i The original Blondiu, though 80 year3 old, is still performing on the higli tight rope. Andy Newell made 151, not out, in a match on Wednesday, in Sjdnoy. One of the Now Zealand legislators has been unseated for bribery by his agonts without his knowledge dnriug the election. Lubengula, tho Matablo ? chieF, is reported to be wa'idoring about the bush alone and deserted *by his fol lowers,

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THE STORY OF A DAGGER. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

XMK STORY OF A 1-AW litiS. By WlIilAM Akciier. We wore sitting, Sir Bfarmadukcfand I, at tho Cafd de la IWgonce, one sultry evening in early aumrnor. We had each a mazayran and a cigar. Sir Marnmdukft was reading the Timet, while I looked lazily through a voil of smoko at tho atars and the passers-by. In tlio wliito front of tho TluSiUro Fransais ovory window blazed with light. Tlio gas lampa of tho Avenue de ,1'Opdra ahono liko flakes of snow in contrnat with tlio misty pallor of olcctricity through which, at tho ond of the Tista, tho fagado of tho opcra-houso could bo dimly discerned. Tlio fountain of the Place du ThdMro Frangaia roflocted In shifting gleams the thousand lights around. Jh front of tho great thoatro the rod lamps of tho orange-stalls, shining on the pyramids of fruit, hoightoned harmo niously tho pale yellow of tho prevailing light. Tlio monotonously strident cries of tho orange-men and programme-sollors, togothcr with tho twinklo of tho liquorice wator-vendor'a be...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

MAITLAND. ? E. W. Sparke reports : Pat Cattle — Supplies on Monday, although not excessive, proved amply sufficient to satisfy the requirements of the limited number of buyers pre sent. Values had a weakening ten dency, especially towards the close ot sales. At Friday's sales, with only a light supply yarded to a very large at tendance of the trade, biddings were much livelier, and values, especially towards to close of gales, became much firmer. — I have sold — On account of S. M'Namara, 1 bullock at £2 iGa, 11 light cows from £1 10s to £2 ; J. K. Mackay, 2 bullocks Rt £2 13s, 25 light cows from £1 10s to £2 ; P. Morris, bullocks at £2 3s ; C. B. Mackay, cow at £1 10a ; II. C. White and Cobb, 4 stor-rs at £2 8s, 32 light nows and heifers from £2 3s Gd to £2 15s, G light hoit'ers from £1 15s to £1 19s ; northern agents, bullocks from £2 10s to £3 10s ; Hon. H. C. Dan par, G bul locks at £3 10s, 4 stoers at £2 14s Gd ; H. C. White and Cobb, 74 cows and light hoifers from £2 to £2 14s...

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THE VILLAGE WONDER. A FUGITIVE SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

THE VILLAGE WONDER. / *' A FUGITIVE 3K£TCH. 'Within ovoiy roan's experience,'' said | Mr^Holknap, 'cortainly within, every i lawyer's, tlioro havo boon littlo romances l which, in dramatic interest, put to ahnmo j ?' the beat efforts of tho novoliat. I romom bor ono ca.90 in point which I put inio « literary form at tho timo of its occurrence, nnd which I havo called tho- 'Village .Wondor,'' . | Hero tho old gontloinnn, having ad justed llis snecfnclns. withdraw fi-nm n capaoloua pocbetbook aomo shcota of noatly-folded manuscript, and with a preliminary cough; commoncod to read as follows : ' Whoro did 8he como from ? Who ia ; alio ? 'Who aro her folks ? What did sho . evor como lioro for?' Such woro tho-questions, togothor with' a hundred others, called forth by tho appearauco in our village of tho littlest, tho prettiest, tho most rosy-chooked, blue eyed, goldon-liairod, and yet sad-faced girl that our plodding citizons and oitizen ossea had over sot oyea on. Sho came in tho early...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

It's a bad Bign when Parliamentary parties multiply. Here is another, to be known in future as the Retrench, ment Party, making itself heard and inviting members of both sides of the House and also the Labour Parly to support it. The idea iB to decide upon some course of action in reference to the Estimates, but why cannot present parties— and goodness knows there are enough of them — carry out a suf ficient measure of retrenchment to meet the necessities of the times. In these days every member of the House should be on the side of retrenchment. They are already associaled in Parlia ment to work for 'the common gooc3, and the multiplication of parties is certainly undesirable. Men seem to forget their individual responsibilities to the constituencies which placed them in the House, and regard parties as the only means of furthering specific ends. Their own accountability is transferred to the party, and they sheild them selves from censure behind members, and often do things conjoi...

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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Alondny. Plour — Quiet ; IN .S. W. roller soiling at from £8 10s to £8 15s ; Victorian, £7 15s to jGS 5s per -ton. Wheat — Dull. New milling, 2s lid por bus ; chick wheat, 2s lid. Maize — Dull, old river to 3s ; Clarence Biver, 2s 9d ; prime iula-id, 3s to 3s Id. Potatoes — Blueskina, prim e, £3 15s ; Brownell8 £3 5s OJ per ton. Circular Head £4 5a to £4 lCg ; Hunter Biver, £3 10s. Bosp, £4 5i». Butter — Good demand ; creamery aud best brands of factory, 8ad ; fac tory, 8d ; dairy, Gd to 7d per lb ; p.is try, 4d to Gd Bacou — hand cured, Gil to 6J-d ; machine cured, 5dto 5id ; middlos, 7d to 8d; . Hams — Colonial, 9d to 10J ; Eng lish, Is to Is 2jd ; Now Zealand at Is 1 O^d.per lb Honey — Prom 3d to 4d per lb, for pure.. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in bladders, 3d to 4d ; bulk 2d to 4d per lb. . Cheese— Dull ; market glutted ; best 'brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d; second, l^d to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to 3-Jil per lb. Eggs. — Is to Is Id; fair supply. Poultry — ...

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A SUNDAY GAME [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

A SUNDAY GAJaii Mother: 44 You shouldn't play games on Sunday.' * Littlo Boy: 44 This ono fs all righb.' 44 Do you moan that all that running and . jumping is right?' \ 'Yes'm; we are playing stecplcchu^y and pretcudiu' they is rug'lar churcoV J stemuM.''* \ A ? .. ' ? -\M

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

Local and General. Ibtebcommehcial Cbicket. — A match is to be played on the Victoria Park, on Thursday, Feb. 15th, starting at 1.30. The men from H. C. Dark & Co*8 and Edward Piper'B stores are to play the men froai Skillen & Walker's store and blacksmithing establ:shment. A great deal of interest is t .ken in the event and it promises te be a very ex ciiinc contest. A half ho'tdar has been kindly given by the proprietors for the occasion. The following ara the players : — Messrs Dark & Co. and Piper's team — H. C. Dark, Ed. Piper, W. H. Greon, H.E. Young, H. Wade, F. W. Piper, W. Muddle, F. Burton, S. Brooker, A. Piper, and Geo. Page. Messrs Skillen & Walker's eleven — H. Westley, R. Steuerwald, C Booth, F. Cootas, T. Cootes, J. McShane, S. S. Hazlett, J. Honny, H. Muddle, R. Tate, and H. Burgess. Umpires, J. A. Hall, Esq., and F. G. Monro, Esq. Tobacco. — Yesterday Mr A . Der.rds loft us a splendid Bample of tobacco leaf, grown by him at Rockfield....

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