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

Commercial. DUNGOG II. 0. Bark & Co. report ns follows Mnizo: Dungog 23 3d ; Clurcr.co Town, 2i Gd weuvily unpaJcubly. Murkot glutted. Eggs, doz. CliaiF, 33 ; dull Bacon, 4}d Bultor, 4-d to Gd Cedar, Board, 15s to lGs per 100ft. Duoks, Id Gd to 2s Fowls, Is Gd to 2s Potutooi, 8s Gd to 4s owt. Oats, 29. Bcojwnx, 8d per lb. j Capo barloj, 2s Gd ; English barolj,2a Gd. | Edward Pipor reports— Ma-zo raavkot dull, iu futt old matao so \in» Baloablo that prices cunnot bo quoted. 1 have a luvgo slock on linitd, and cannot quit. Oals, 23 per bushel Hcnoj, JOs Gd por tin Bavloy, Gd per bush d Potatoes, £3 lOi, plentiful. Chnff, £4 to 10a bought iu any quantity at highest mar ket rates. Bacon, improving a littlo, boat worth 4d Wax, Gd to 8d Ccduv, to 1 Gd, according to eizo and quality. ButLcr, plentiful, 4d to Gd.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

? Iiatest ONews. [By Telegraph.! LONDON, Sunday. The French are sending reinforce ments to Timbucioo. They are deter mined to have revenge for the massacre of her troops. * A frightful state of affairs exists amongst the Russian convicts at Sag halten, on the Russian-Chinese frontier owing to the cruelties and deprivations they are subject to. They are m des pair and cannibalism is frequently re sorted to by the starving wretches. Murders and suicides arei of daily occurrence. The advocate to the Crown of Malta in replying to a reference from the Privy Council on the qrestion of mixed marriages, gives tlie opinion that the Pope is unable to validate marriages disputed in the local courts. Baron Soubegran, director of the Banque D'Exomptes, has been arrested in Paris charged with extensive frauds. | Mr Gladstone has arrived in Lon don, much improved in health after his holiday. The majority of the conservative press anticipate a dissolution of the House of Commons over the em ployers...

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

V-'- 'c^i#f9nf'er^'y discovery of gold -8 reported to liaio besn made ia the ? ^iHillEtrd district. ,/ ;? Henry Belcher was in Sydney com ' mitted for trial, charged with utleriug a forged £1 uote on the Commercial Banking Coy of Sydney. Sir Saul Samuel advises that searoh - -should be made for alluvial gold along ? the banks of tho Macquarie Bivor,

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Municipal Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

Municipal Election. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. On Friday last protty keen interest was taken in tho municipnl election, and in tho evening when the result oF tho voting was announced, there was a large muster of ratepayers. The Returning Officer gavo the num bers as follows : — G.Walker... ... 103 J. Robsou ? 94 J. A. Jones... ... 93 T. Carlton ? GO The Local Option vote resulted as follows : — In favor ol granting fresh publican's licenses, 1,4 ; against, 36. In favor of the removals of publican'B licenses, 25 ; against, 25. Mr Geo. Walker biiefly returned thanks for his election, and hoped dur ing his term of three years no fault would be found with Lis actions in the Council. (CheorsJ) Mr Jno. Robson thanked the per sons who recorded the 94 votes in his favor. His past actions in the Coun cil had evidently met with approval, and he hoped to be guided in the fu ture by the same line of conduct he had pursued in the past. His wish was to advance the best interests of Dungop, and whil...

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

jv j Second Ini mgs I , ? ? ? ' st ?- ? B. Bergin, l.b.w., b Monk 11 'W' Wriglilson, c Byan . 3 J. 'Nicho las, b Yates ... 3 . fe' W. Mills, b T. Lowrey 9 k . J. Filshie, b Jupp ..?. .39 &-' ;,,i ^ G. !Wrightson, r- Bjan ... - 1' - r , ? H. E.-EIliott, b Jupp ... : 4 ' ais \V. Steuerwald, c Berry, b J i:pp 0 '.$? P. Stanton, not- out 3 . & y G. Selfe, b Jupp ... . 3 tg' B. Alison, b Jupp - c- 0 Sundries ... : ... 4 - 80 The return match between the ' Albiou and Crooin Park clubs waB. played on tho ground of the termor on Saturday laat, tho Albions being ogam ? victorious. The scores were -. Albions, ? 47 and 26 ; Croom Park, 29 and 26. Por the Albions, P. Pell 13, A. Boots 12, ond H. Muddle 10, Vera the princip nl scorers, whilst for Croom Park, W Lean 1'5, wnsthe oiily one wlio reached double figures. Boots with an average of 9 wickets for 14, and Pell 8 wickets . for 23, did the bowling for the Albions . whilst for Croom Park, Potter secured 12 wickets at a Bmall c...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Engaging a Servant. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

? ; n- Enfja{/hi(/ it I j Housekeeper : 'Are you^s^ good wasfte ) and ironeiT' Cl ?! ? Applicant: 'Please, rauro, the lio I family I was witjv- sent their wash toil) V j; laundry.' I J/. ' Can you make good bread ?' | ^ ' Moat folks buy of the bakers nowaday ? mum.' j ' I syppoae yo.u can sweep V ' I be Judy used to do that* mum. wk carpot-Bweeper.' 1 j ' Well, I suppose you at least know k to wash dishes.' | t 'Indnde, mum, if it's a common dj wjwber ye want ye better he after hirij * nayor Good-day- mum.' p 4 j

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

Tho only Papor piiMMipd/' in tt'o Prnit ? Eloctorato; .. ? An ereeltenf- ATiVF DTTSTKO ! St D T TT .If ~ .5 — :o: — -P». ?':'???? ?Casual ^itvcrtiiwwenta ? Per Inch ... ... ... 3* ? Every siiliFequcnt Inch 1/C Special Zotr Quotation* for Standing AArerUtrmrnf*

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

. . . Published evjiiiy TUESDAY AND FRTDA T JT ornings. AND CONTAINS Latest Telegraphic, t Commercial, Zonal if General News. - TERMS (in Advonco.) ! For Quarter ... ... .«? ??? PorYoar ? ? ... 20s

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

ARB OirABAKTBEDTOOIVBKVKnrSATIBFACTZO^ ? ornsuwisB will bb bxohanobd. 813 George-St., Sydney. (OproBiTE Railway Station) ( Tho unrivalled Kmrwas ?) 20s. s Watoit. A Strong, Boll- - 20s. (. able, Cheap Tatoh. J ? . '.f Knglish Lever, full-jeirollod, com £2 1 0s. 3 nensation balanco, 2 years' t guarantee. ' f My unequallod English Lever, ? £3 lGs.J full covored cap, patont notion, . ( 3 years' guarantee. (My special Key or Keyless English lever, compensation balance, patent (, action, 3 years guarantee ( Firat-olassKoy orKejlcasKngliah £4 10s. - lover, full covered cap, patent, (hand finished. 4 years' guarantee. ( First-class Key or Kejlcsa English »- J lever, compensation balanco, full 1 covered cap, hand finishod, B years' C guarantee. f Tho ACME English lever, full chro To) nomcter balance, adjusted, IB ruby J 1 jewols, a correct timekeeper, 6 years' C guarantco. Fly-book Minuto CHRONOGRAPHS, £8 8s. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Sii years' guarantco. Highly recommended. Ladies' Silver W...

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

, THOS. BAKER Practical Tailor, Dowling-slrcet, DUNGOG. BEGS to return thanks to bis numrreue oustomers for Mi air past support, and trusts by strict attention to business, to merit ii ojntinuance of their patronngo. L'fiore is no need oend away for Clothes wfiehthoy can be itiado as Cheap and aa Good in ttie town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Tweed e, Cloths, Doeskins, Serges, Llamas, Buckskins, ^ ; Worsted a *.d Beavci Coatings, Bedford and Manchester Cords, i Hair Lines, Etc. Aro nil of the Best Materials to pick from, and well shrunk boforo making up. g:-Me W.K.S.N. Co. (LIMITED), : CLARENCE TOWN. : ? The' Company's Steamer Cooreei : eaves Clarence Town with Passengers imd Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, ' THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. E. LYALL, , ; Secretary. 33 J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUTCHER. Dung'OE'. rN taking this opportunity to thank the public for past Bupport, -wishes to inform ?Inhabitants o...

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

HIS FACE HIS FORTUNE. Mil. Richman : 44 Ib tfoems tome thab your chargcs are very high.' l'oor Artist : 44 1 do not charge for paint ing your daughter's portrait sir. Thab was a pleasure, aud you aro welcome to the picture as a freo gift.' ' Good gracious 1 Then what do you charge for ?' ' For nob eloping with hor.w The old man paid. Among the latest Lenten entertainments , arc tho ' alphabetical lunches,' where only such dishes may bo served as begin with a single letter of the alphab«t. Tho - first one who gives an affair of this kind serves up apples, almonds, anchovies, angel cake, and apricots, &c. Tho second ono serves tho B luncheon, wli'rh presents greater possibilities with bisque, beef, bread, brandled cherries, and othor refreshments beginniug with tho second letter. But in currying out somo of tho letter menus the invention qf tbo hostess is sorely taxed and a mnstam^iag conglomeration. q( otstablos r^uU#

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

-=??? . Dungog C.C.— First-Innings. --II E Elliott, b Yates . 1 G- Wrigbtson, l.b.w., b Yates 5 : J. Pilslno, o J. Berry, b Monk ; 7 ? - v B: Bergin, run out ... 17 -'W. 'Wriglilson, c, b Byan 15'. S Stanton, o Lowrey, b Ryan 11 ? W- Mills, e Middleton, b Monk 9 . W. Steuerwald, c, b Monk ? 4 J- Nicholas, c Byan, b Yates 0 B- Alison, not out ../ 5 : G- Selfe, b Yates . 0 Sundries ... v-: % ':0000-:

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HINT TO OTHER MERCHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

HINT TO OTHElt . MERCHANTS. OitTOKr.O. Bettvh: 'Didu'tyou eayyou wei-o never going to pay that old bill of Spolcaph and Co'a ?' ., , I. M'llickcr : 'I did.' 'I think I heard you say you would thrash tho next collector within an inch of his lifo that rnme to your office with that bill. 'You did.' ? . 'Vet hero I find it on your desk, re ceipted in full.' ' Ves Old Spotcasli took a contemptible advantage ut me. Ho sent a handsome young lady with the bill this time,

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

Second Innings. W. Marsh, run out - ... 1 A. Ryan, l.b.w., b Stanton 3 T Lowrey, o Stanton, b Flihie 0 W Berry, b Filshie .... ... . 0 ? E. Monk, c and b Elliott ? '3 G- Yates, b Pilslne ... 0 J Berry, b Stanton -... 6 H. Jupp, b Stanton ... 12 B Beeves, b Stanton ... 0 A- Bowen, b Elliott ??.»i0.-.--- ? \ E- Borry, b. Elliott ... . 0 J. Germon, b Stanton ... - 7 B- Middleton, stp., b Elliott . : 5 A Lowroy, stp., b Elliott - ? 1 - B Beiry,' b Stanton T. Yates, stp., b Elliott. ... 0- fas : - G.Yates, not out 1 1 Byes ? 1 I - 40

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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KINDS OF INTOXICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

KINDS OF INTOXICANTS. A rrsidbht of Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, says tbato ncnutive* mako a drink they call 'aver mi h' out ofa root. Thoy first chew it and then spib it iu u bow) and add water to ib, and (to use his own word*) it will 'make a drunk come (juick,and thoy keep drunk for two or throo days after warqs.' Thoy also make a kind of food from a kind of bumip called tariow, which they boil and mash in a bowl to tbo Dull ness of paste, and stick in their fiuger. givo it a twist, and then suck off. That is their chief food. In Georgia the natives uiuke a drink from Jamaica ginger, and drunken* nces is said to bo on tho increuso. A con firmed drinker takes four ouuccs or thirty two teuspoonsful of the fiery fluid aba tin -, und the i-lfecti* aro much worse than tliu-o of whisky. Tho American Indiansare greab drinkers of ruin and whisky, which t hey term 'fire water,' und it is always unaufn to approach them when drunk. Beer is tho chief drink among the Central Africans. The peop...

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

ma JUMPS. HKVfciiKNCi-s lo the sensational leap mado by. the celebrated steeplechaser, The Chundvr — . . ~ lor, at Warwick, in February, 1847, have » ' ' attracted so much notico from leading . - article writers and correspondents that a few further words may not bo deomed mftppropriftto . on this deeply interesting' - subject. When It is remembered thut lasb' : year Mr. C. S. Kcber, an amitcur, cleared 23 feot GJ inches, and that Mr. C. B. Fry,' 'ftn Oxford nndergrbduaU), covorcd 23 foeb' 5 incb« at tbo University Sports in 1802, it hardly $cems surprising that an animal j^oighitig eix times as much as cither of ; theso twp athlctio bipeds, and gifted with four legs instead of two, should bo ablo to beat their.' performance by rather moro than ,15 feot. In addition ib must bo remembered that tho liorso possesses a frame in which the levornge is so powerful as to give the appearance of being specially constructed for jumping. Ib will be scon thab in tho above remarks I havo given .T...

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

The Seasons. The general rains reported over tho whole of the colony and upon the watershed of the Darling tributaries from Queensland have come at a for tunate time. The country is now se cure for the winter. Another good season is iu view, and it would indeed appear tnac .Mature, at- least, is doing her best to pluck us out of the depths of commercial distress in which we have been placed by our own too great aurry to grow rich. Good seasons aro following each other, and the natural wealth of the country never had a better opportunity of putting to rout the suggestionsof felly or fear adverse to our solvency. Had Nature not thus come to our assistance, however, and instead of dowering the country with showers equivalent to millions of sovereigns,' bad she ordained one or two seasons of severe drought, the consequences, coming on top of other evilB would haye been fraught with widespread calamity. Fortunately the' supreme disaster oF drought has been averted. With good governmen an...

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

Baitist. Wednesday, 14th — Thalaba, 7.30, Rev R. J. Miidloton. Lord's D:-y. 18th— Monkerai, Pastor R. J. Middleton ; Thalaba 3, Mr R. Berry, sen. ; 7.30, Evangelistic Se~ vice. R. J. MIDDLETON. Pabtor.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Cricket. DUNGOG C. C. v. 18 THALABA C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 February 1894

Criekefc. ! DUNGOG C. C. v. 18 THALABA C.O. ' *' A match wits fmislied on tlio Pavk 'j: on Saturday lust b- tweon n rather ; j * weak team of tlio Dungog C. C., and 18 of tho Thalaba C. C. Onthoprevi ? I ous Saturday Thalaba won the tosB, ) and deciding to but first, put t gothor the er-d'table total of 101, 'J'. Lowroy '( contributing 40 by good crickot. Stan f. ton, 7 wiefcets for 30, Bergin 2 for 0, ana twins a tor o, were ine moM- sue ! ressful Irucdlers for Dungog. Tho j. Dungog then went to the wickets, and ' , at the foil of the last wicket the score i etood at 77. To this number Bergin (L7) plaved pound rnd 'attractive cricket; AV. Wrightfou (15), and Stant. n (U), also shap.d remarkably well. On Saturday Thalaba, with a lead of 24 on t!.e first innings, commenced their secoi.d iunings, but were quickly disposed of for 40, Elliott's 'toogh lers ' wero very -'estructive„ his aver age being 7 for 11. Stanton G for l(i, and Filshie 3 fi r 9, also bowled well. ; Requiring 05 run...

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

To Aust: alians. Sv/cot muso I piT. v thco to infuso my song With sonso nnd fooling ns move along, Tlmt under wisdom's guidance, I impart * All that f nci.il to move tlio patriot's heart ; I n all I sing, Oh inuko it understood That what I aim at is my country's good ; In all I say, so may llio listoning'enr Kind prudont counsel and somo words of cheor ; . f\ Uh, may tho tr. o paid to worth, inspire In young Atis.n u's breust a strong desiro - To emulate tho v rtucs that wo praise, ' And load it to -el in various ways, And rest tlio h. ? s of on'.' future fame On all that ton .:; to inako an honored name; Australians, bo as ono iu the desiro To raise tho standurd of our worth much higher, Do all to mako the flag that we've unfurled True bluo, unatainod, and honored by tho . world. In schools for learning far and widely strown Aro genua of knowledge seatod on its throne ; Our University, in all its might Still sheds a purer stream of mental light, And with our precious gold, our cool...

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