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DIRTY MAIZE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 February 1894
DIRTY MAIZE. To the Editor. J, ????* Sir, — Kindly insert the en'closo#r^^ letter, which is a copy of one I received-— to-day from . Newcastle, and is oiily one of the many complaints I receivo as to the state maize is sent into mar ket. .If farmers are not more careful in getting up maize, our district will get a bad naifte, and buyers in New castle will deal elsewhere. The mat ter is a, very important one, and so I thought it right to give it publicity. — Yours truly, EDWARD PIPER. Newcastle, February 13th, 1SD1-. Dear Sir, — We have stored your shipment of maize, which arrived to day, aiid have made a thorough Ex amination of if, but regret to find' it in a very , very bad condition with weevils .and dust ; in fact, the person from whom you purchased it must have been very careless in getting it ready for market, as 'it is literally full of dust, aud- as you are aware tins must . naturally breed the weevil, and cause r** the maize to become heated and value less. On this account ...
A Sensational Jump. Attempt to Commit Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 February 1894
A Sensational Jump, i Attempt to. Commit Suicide. A sensational attempt atself destruction was made on Satur day morning by a man named Charles Wallace. 54 voars of aji'o, residina' at .105 Chesnut street, South Riehmond(Vic). Wallace, according to his state ment to the police, is a single man, without any fixed occupa tion. .For some time lie was billiard marker in a hotel, but having lost this post herecently tried hawking tin ware, but lie could- not earn a living at that, and lie took to drink. On Saturday morning, having, ex hausted the lending resources of his friends (says the Age) Wallace proceeded to the Yarra and jumped oil' the parapet of the Chapel-street bridge, a dis tance of fully 40ft. He sa3's that after sinking to the bottom of the river he was for a few .seconds firmly held in the mud, but lie rose to the surface, when he found himself involuntarily impelled to swim out. Wallace was brought to the police station in an exhausted con dition, and asked that he should...
Speech by Ben Tillett. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 February 1894
Speech by Ben Tillett. Mr. Bcn Tilled', addressing I a meeting at Coventry^ Eng land, on tho 25th November, j on ' Labour and Social Re organisation,' said tliere^ had been placed before - the couii trv within the* nast six months. J I , ' perhaps the most important phases of, the Jabour question, ' *' as ..showing the necessity for social 're-organisation. This working-classes of this country s -should have a better existence. - Thetc would, of cornse, bo dis agreement as to the' methods ' employed, but what was want ed tor the labourer was, -that ho should recognise his duty to - his Maker firstly; and, .secondly, his duty to 'the State. The ' labour, or socialistic party, did * not quarrel' with the aristoc-' racy, but what they desired V was i tho- same advantage as they -possessed. Whet they contended for was, that in ' , whatever w ay a man or a com munity .'contributed to ? the ^welfare of the State, that con tribution should ba considered as labour, and they desired to ^ app...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 February 1894
Subscribe - TO THE 'CHRONICLE7 ? AND — * t Be -Happy . Sciid Y our Orders to tlie ,'CnoNicLE - Office' . ?- K-R - . JOB PRINTING.-: Advertise in tlie 'OH RO III 6 IE'' It Will Pay You. 10 StaN£) tiiis ^ SEASON -AT- i - I Church Hill, Monkerai, , Tnr. Eoadshu S rAii.iuN 1 Totmg 81iale$s YOU SO HnAIiKS hj Flying Slmles (nnp) dam bv Protection (imp.), from Deception by Xen Wamor (nnp) v /J .ICRMS :. ??£ 2 Per Mare j reduction . for two or more mured. ?, v ?w Good seouro paddoc-ks , provided. vKvorv/ euro. taken, but no responsibility incurred. Avvhi — GEO. W. TITCUME, Church Hill, Monkerai. TO STA XD THIS SEASON ll3^ HARRINGTON, TjibBjodd SiaiiLion Gr rz? I S. / . -Guatis litis stood /» seasons at- Barriogton and given every satisfaction ; his stock, have now-beciv bvokeu iu.and are very. quiet, and eunnotr be surpassed as good, hacks.- *?-;--'? - ?.*! /rei'insT— Moderate, to meet tho times'; for Singlo AJure £1 153 ; Two or moro, property t f ?uub ounoi £l lOi ea-h. « : .'Good haddock...
BUTTER GRADING. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 February 1894
BUTTER GEADINO. &nbsp; &nbsp; During the past week the market was well supplied throughout -with J &nbsp; butter from all the dairying districts, the quantity packed for export in con nection with the Dairy Farmers' As &nbsp; sociation again sIiottc an increase of &nbsp; 2/3 boxes as compared with the previ ous week. The numbor of boxes v. ' packed and graded was. 1742, first grade,- 340 second grade, 30 third, total 2l26, equal to 53Jons 3 cwt. All round the gutter was iu a very soft condition, and some very inferior lots were met- with, which had to be re &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; jected altogether. — John Eussell, gra v ; der. Mr. A. J. Wilson, of tho 'Investor's U . ' Eeview,' has turned his attention to J ; . New.:Zealand, and declarer that the \suiplus of the colony exists only on v- paper. i']10 National Liberal Federation is-. ? : . sued a manifesto, in which tho Cabinet ?v ; ' is ud.vised | to take serious action wi...
A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
A. and H. Association. 1 A meeting of ..committee was held on Friday last. Tnero ,wero present Mr P. J. Fitzgerald (in ;.the chair), Messrs G. 8. Waller, J. A. Jones, G. A. Mackay. W. Moore, J- Barnes, H. E.:Elli..ti, K. W. Alison, J. Wade, G. Walker. T. Carlton. J. Cavanailli, S. J. Carlton, 11. Mnylan, II. C.' Dark, S. '3. Kingston, A. .Tighe, D. J. Bruyn, and W. Bennett, Secretary. Tho following special prizes wero acknowledged. — From MrS. V. Smith, £1 for best gentleman rider under 50 years of age ; from Mr S. V. Smith, £1 for best, collection of saddlery, work of an apprentice under 21 years'; from Mr J. Newell, 10s as second prize for this class ; nnd From Mr W. Gor don. 12 cabinet photos, which it was decided to offer to the person who wins the greatest number of prizes in tho Fino Art section. The following tenders for the erec tion of Agricultural Shed were opened R. Bosworth, £128, W. Robson, £130; J! A. Hall, £150. Mr Barnes moved — That no tender he iH'cepted. S'-co itl...
ROAD BENDOLBA TO WANGAT. H. H. BROWN, M.L.A., COMPLAINING OF THE RIVER CROSSING AND THE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
ROAD BENDOLBA TO WAN- I GAT.' ? II. H. Beowit, M.L A., cosiplautdto or the Biyer Crossings .. and , tiie Road. Mr Simpson, who has just taken charge of the district, has visited the road, and now reports to the follow ing effect : — ; The traffic is very small. He says ' There are very few settlers — in fact only four on the river. lhe|prospect of Wangat as a goldfield is very small. The road crosses tho river 14 times, and it would be impossible to avoid any of the crossings without the ex penditure of very large sums, as the mountains on both sides are very steep. The road between the cross ipgs with very few .exception!, is now in fair order, but shows signs of being bad in winter time. The river cross ings are very rough because of the number of boulders washed down by tho stream. These, the local/officer reports, have hitherto been repeatedly taken out of the crossings and piled on the upper side to be washed back. The boulders have also been thrown out of the crossing in such ...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Official Correspondence. We have received the following cor respondence from II. II. Brown, Esq., M.P., which wo publish f or,t!ie informa tion of our readi-rs : — Public Works Department, Sydney, 12th February, 1894. Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 6th December last, forwarding a potition from residents of Wangat drawing attention to tho slate of the road between Band in Grove . and Wangat, I am directed by the Under Secretary for Public Works to forward herewith a copy of a report on the subject, which has been received from the Commissioner for Roads. — I have the honor to be, etc., J. Barling, Under Secretary. H. H. Brown, Esq., M.P.
Police Court, Dungog. FRIDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY, 1894. (Before W. A. Smith, G. A. Mackay, E. Piper, Esqs., J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Police Court, Dungog. I ' FlltDAY, lOTlf FjCIliaiAllY, 1891. ( Before W. A. Smith, O. A, Mackay , TS, Piper, Esqs., J's. P.) Polico v. II. G. Ilooko — Having two unregistered do^s. Fined 10s each and 4s 10d costs. Augustus Rudder v. W. Soper.— Il- legally removing timbor, contrary to tho 4th regulation of tho Ciown Land Act. ° Mr Waller appeared for the defen dant, who_ pleaded not guilty. The information was dismissed, but it waB the opinion of the Bench that the defendant bad been cutting under the wrong licen-e. Mr Rudder pointed out that tho in formation was laid uudor tho direction of the Bench. Tho Bench ('v declined to grant costs, or an ordoiA'or tho dolive-y of timber to defendant.
SKILLEN & WALKER'S First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
SKILLEN & WALKER'S First Innings. _ J. Henny, c and b Green 14 J. McSbane, b Green ... 0 . H. Muddle, c and b Green 1 F. Copies, b F. W. Piper 0 R. Tate, b Green ... 0 T; Cootes, b.F. Piper ... 1 II. Westley, b F. Piper 2 R. Steuerwald, c, b Green 0 ? J. Lloyd, b F. Piper ...' 3 A. Carter, not out ... 6 C. Booth, b Green ... 2 Sundries ... - ... 3 32 . Bowling-Analysis— Greon,' 6 wickets for 18 runs; F. W. Piper, 4 wicketB for 9 runs ;' -F. Burton, 0 wickets for 2 runB. , - Second Innings. J. Henny, h.o.w , b Young 27 ? J. McSbane, lbwj b Young 14 H. Muddle, c & b Young 0 F. Cootes, c, b F. Pipor 13 . R. Tate, b Burton ... 2 ? T. Coote, b F. Piper ... 11 ? H. Westley, lbw, b Young 0 It. Steuerwald, b F. Piper 0 J. Lloyd, b F. Piper : 0 i ? A; Carter, run out ... 4 C. Booth, not out ... 2 Sundries ... 4 '11 Bowling Analysis — H. E. .Yourig, .4 wlcts. for ll runs ;; F. Piper; 4 wktB. for 19 runs ; F. Burton,'l wkt. for 6 runs ; ? E. Piper, 0 wkts.'.for 2 runs ; W. - Gr...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
In Memoriam. NICHOLSON.— In loving momory of my dear father, Npil Sonieun Nk,holi-on, 'who died n(; Raymond Terrace, op February 17tli, 1892. Dead but/not forgottop. Deorost father how I miss tlieo, No ono on this earth can tell. Thy sufferings wero nn knownto mo, .. But I, with thoe, hope in heaven to dwell. InBorled by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Goorgo and Jano-Margaret Keoilnor. JflHE Dnngog Sforomsk ANI) D VllH A 31 A WD GLOUCESTER ADVERTISER. Dl'nqoo, Tuesday, Fed. '20, 189-1.
Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
. Second Innings. : W. Green, b Henny ... .1 H. 13. Young, run out ... 11 F. W. Piper, b Muddle... 5 W. Muddle, b Henny ... 3 E. Piper, c Westley ? ... 2 H. 0. Dark, b Muddle ... 5 H. Wade, b. Henny ? ... 4 ? . F. Burton,- b Muddlo ... 3 ? S. Brooker, c Steuerwald :l3 A. Piper, not out - ... 0 G. Pago, h.o.w., b Henny- 0 Sundries ? 4 54 1 Bowling Analysis — Henny, 5 for 20; Muddle, 3 for 28 ; 'McSbane, 1 for 1.
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Passing Hotes. Tho dentil of Mr Paisley, tlio late Mayor of Burwood, on Tuesday after noon, completed the fearful tragedy which, during the past few days has occupied tho horrified attention of tho colony. The verdict of the jury at tho inqusst nil Redfonrn, which found for the Buicide having been committed during teuipoiary insanity, reflects more credit on their generous fcelinge, than upon their sound judgement. There is clear proof of both malice and fore thought, in the remarkable docu ment written by Redfearn Before the murder. This terrible crime should emphasise the danger of men habitually carrying loaded firearms about with them. A loaded revolver carried upon the person is an incentive to acta of reckless violence. Many a bloody deed has been done under momentary passion and vindictiveneas that would never have been thought of, but for a deadly weapon being close to hand. Tho mere habitual handling of a re volver by a man of morbid and vindic tive temperament must do harm...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Cricket. The entire population o£ Dungog — with n few trifling exceptions, luwem-' bled in Victoria Park, on Thursday Inst, on tho, occasion of tlie ever memorable Inter-commercial' -cricket match, between teams consisting on m tlio one side or .representatives trom ^^Vlessrs Skillen & AValker's establisli RHnent, and on the other, of the com - -turned forces of Messrs Piper and £ TJark. ., | The clerk of the weather had evi I dently issued a special invitation to ! the inir sex, and provided for the oc I cnsion such a glorious specimen of an | Australian summer's day, that it was I no wonder they took full advantage of ?the opportunity to gladen the hearts of the players and spectators alike | with a display of youtli and beauty, f such as it would be difficult to equal I in any part of the world (witli this 1 statement -we feel sure most of the ladies present will cordially agree). I Under such encouraging auspices the game commenced, and a deep hush of silent expectation ...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Local and General. Political, — T h e famous John McElhone is on the political warpath again. He is announced as a can didate for the electorate of Bylston. Measles. — Tho measles epidemic is still hanging about the district. The whole of the family of Mr T. Bos worth, of Wira Gulla, have been at tacked. severely, but all are getting on well. . Civilian Rifle Club. — At a meet ing to wind up tho affairs of the Re serve Bifle Club on Satnrday night last, it was decided to form a Civilian Bifle Club, aud a balance of £2 10s, was handed over to tho - new club. Mr Jones was accorded a hearty vote of thanks for his past services as secretary to the old club, and Mr Grant was appointed secretary pro. tern, to the new one. It was resolved to call a meeting of those willing to join tho club for Saturday night next, when officers will bo appointed, and arrangements will be mado for a new range. Bacox Cuiuno. — Wo learn that Messrs. Wansoy Bros.'& 'Robards have succeeded in producing ...
The Anarchists. AN EXPLOSION IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
The Anarchists. AN EXPLOSION IN LONDON London, Friday. — An extraordinary accident occurred last night, resulting i f in tbe death of a French anarchist; . ; named Bourdin. ?. Bourdin had bewi attondiug a meet- ^ ing of an anarchist club in London, . ..... yS but fearing arrest he hurriedly ? left I tho building whore the meeting was . : ' held, takioR anin+ornal machine with him. He proceeded to Greenwidb, : ^ and on approaching the Observatory - ..-. there he stumblod and tell, with the result that fcfce machine exploded, killing him on the spot and fearfully^ mutilating tbe body, which on ex- .-?; amination was found to have been disetnbowelled. . ? Inquiries made by tho polico prove that Bourdin was the leader of a plot to destroy a number of important- T public buildings in Lon.ion. Londdn, Friday, 1 p.m. — Tho police believe that Bourdin, who was killed by the explosion ot an iniernal machine, mado an unsuccessful attempt to explode tho lna'clune against tho Greenwich observat...
Latest News. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Latest IN ews. ? [By Tologrnph.l LONDON, Sunday. An accident to the now German warship Brandtjnburjr, occurred during her speod trials. The hodios of tlio . 'ehginer.rs wore found in a mangled heap in tho online room. None employed iu that part of tho vossel escaped. ? Forty weio Itilled instantaneously, and nine otliors \vero seriously in- . jured. Tho polico are very activo in un earthing anarchists. A largo quantity of infernal ma chines and inflammatory literature have been discovered, which indicates that it is (ho intention of tho anarch ?i8ts to take photographs of tho leading public. men ifd the buildings of Eng land.; . . ,n ?' ? Franco is doomed to destruction. A remarkable .disaster has occurred on thp const. of Finland. Five hundred fishermen with their wives and children wero camped on an ice floe, which suddenly drifted to sea before they could leave, strong efforts arp being made to rescue them. Tho Now South Walos Electoral Validating Bill has passed the Com mons. Fr...
Sydney Markets. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Sydney Markets. Sydney. Monday. Flour — Quiet; N.S.W. roller selling at from £8 5s to £8 10s ; Victorian, £7 15s to £S per ton. Wheat — Dull. Now milling, 3a ? per bus ; chick wheat, 2s lid.' Maize — Dull, pri old river to 2s 1 Id ' ' \ new Clarence River, 2s to 2s 6d ; . - Potatoes — Blueskins, p r i.m o, £3 15s ; Brownells £3 5s Od per ton. ''-I'i-Sa Circular Head £1 5s to £4 10s Hunter River, £3 10s. ?' Rose, £4 5s. - Butter — Good demand ; creamery ' and best brands of . factory, S^d ; fac- ? tory, '8d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb ; pas try, 4d to 5d ' . Bacon — band cured, 6d to 6£d';' _ machine cured, 5dto 5£d ; middles, 7d ' Hams — Colonial, 9d to lOd ; Eng lish, Is to Is 2£d ; New Zealand at Is : OJd.per lb ' Honey — From 3d to 4d per lb, for Lard — Dull ; finely rendered id -J bladders, 3d to 4d ; bulk 2d to -Id per ' 'Vg Cheese — Dull ; market glutted; best- ' brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d; second, lid to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to 3£d per lb; vi ^Egge —Is Id to 1b 2d; scarce. Poul...