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FOOLING THE CABMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

FOOLING THE CABMEN. Blinkers : 'All this talk about cabmen | overcharging is nonsense. I use cabs wbaneverl amoub with. my wife, and thei drivers never try to get a cent more than ithe regular fare. . i Winkers : 'How do you manago,?'. Blinkers : ' Very . simply. I'- merely remark in a loud tone to my wife that I'm glad 8he)s got through hersnoppirig at last. I After the cabman hear, that, ho is thankful

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

Stems of Jnteiest. At tho World's Fair, in Chicago, women are earning £1,000 a year pa cooks, ~ . ? ' Ab'obt 200,000 pedestrians and 20,000 vehicles cross London Bridgo daily. The county of San Mateo, Cat., with 1,000 Iphab'te'its.hag.tiot a female criminal. No fewer than 37,000 women are employed Id the United States ns telogrnph operators. Tilei'Iionio communication botween Stockholm and Christiania was opened on the 2nd inst. Tilt Sultan of Turkey has declined to al|ow the tclophono to be introduced Into hiB dominions. Tue Grey Ladios is the name under which a band of philanthropic women are working in tho poorest' part of London. Sevkh hundred live larks constituted the queer present lately sent by tho King ol Italy to the Gorman Emporor. Sou, ivan leads the list of names in the Boston directoiy, while Smith leads in New York, and Johnson in Chicago. The total quantity of wino produced in Franco last year amounted to nearly 640,000,000 of gallons, valued at £36,490,000 sterling....

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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HIS TASTE IS ALL RIGHT. THE ONLY TROUBLE IS THAT HE LIVES IN THE WRONG LOCALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

HIS TASTE IS ALL RIGHT. THE ONLY TROUBLE IS THAT HE LIVES IN THE WRONG LOCALITY. The eating a traveller gets among the mountains of Kentucky is not always the exact thing he would choose if left to tho dictates of his own taste, but he must put up with it or go empty. One' Jane day after a rough ride cf thirty miles and no dim «r. I nulled uu iu front of a houie to nmko inquiries ns tc entertainment for man. and beast for that -:ight. The propriotor ofthefflace was siuiug on a wcodpilo by tho gate. - 'What are the chances for something to eat and a place to sleep ?' I asked after the usual greeting. - ' Gome fur ?' he answered. ' Thirty miles.' ' Whar from ' Beattyville.' ' Come from tho Blue Grass?' ' Yes, left Wincliestern week ago.' ' Livo down that way !' ' Yes, when I am at homo.' 'I used to live down in the Blue Grass myself,' hesnid'with a reminiscent pleasure in liis eyes. ' Lived down thar 'till I was 21, married a gal up in these patt3 and ccm i iip hero to live. Sho owned...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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WEDDINGS I HAVE KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

WEDDINGS 1 HAVK KNOWN. By a Faiush C1.KRK. V. ? My prst experience o|, a wedding must have been somewhere about ' my sixth summer. Since thoeo happy day9, 1 liavo been present, in divers capacities; Ut many weddings. Ona occaslon, when I nttonded that of an old .'school-' friend, wm made memorable by the fact that the six brides maids wero every one of them suffering most exquislto torturo from their shoos, which had been made to otdor, an(| were, by some mischance', about a couple .of sizes: too small' for their :unf6tyinate wearers, so that thdio hat could scarcoly hobble up the aisle, and the chief brides maid (who was dark and sallow), w«t not improved by the tears of physical ' anguish which wore dropping off her nose during tho esremnny.' '? Another wedding was also, mado some what painfully intoreiting1 by the clrcum slanco that the bridogroom had originally belonged to the bride s elder sister^ but had been wrested from her and fraudulently annexed by this, her junior; who, ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MR. RUSKIN'S FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

MR. RUSKIN'S FUN. Thbrb is a good story told- at Girton about Mr. Ruakin. He presented s com plete edition of his works to the collego library. The. senior student wrote, a letter of: thanks, at, the end of. which she signed, her name, as did also a. large number of the othor. students. A few days later sho. received a letter 'from. 'Brantwood, in which. Mr. Ruskin. 'said, sans phrase, that ho was very sorry to find that none of tho students could write ' prettily or gracefully.' He aaked them to tako tho. last chaper of Proverbs, and each one copy out a verse- in' her bent handwriting. He would then- have the .pleasuro of reading it in this form rather than in print. Tho point: of the joke was thattjie senior student,, who really wrote a graceful, hand,, had thogreatest difficulty in deciphering, Mr. IiunUin-'B letter. Shebor. self complied, with, tlio lequost,. and some of. her fellow studonts did, but, not all,, Our very faces betray the' multiplication sum wbjch we are working o...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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TESTING DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

TESTING DIAMONDS. No expert can always tell a genuine diamond. at a mere glance, as somo people suppose. The method employed for deter mining the, genuineness of diamonds at the Brazilian mines is to rub them with black mastic, which will adhere if tho gem is real. The best of all tests, though, is that ot refraction. Unlike all other crystals, the diamond; bos not a double refracting power, which meant, that objects looked at through it do not appear as if multiplied by two. If' you hnve a diamond of ' which you aro doubtful, look at a pin through it. II you sefrtwo pins, the stone is false. I can't Bee any sonse in calling thorn my sailing slioes. Ho : Well, I.noticoyou make about twenty knots an hour to keop them tied, Overheard in Club Smoke-room.— Tlio Romantic Ono : I was thinking the otlier day that a young wife is like the-virgin page of nn uncut book, pure ? The Benedict: Yea, that's not a bad simile, and to carry it a bit further, the binding very often colts tiuro tto.wat...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A BOY'S ESSAY ON CATS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

A BOY'S ESSAY ON CATS. A small boy in one of tho Leeds schools recently handed in this composition : OH CATS. Cats havo foar legs and nine lives. Why tliey are five legs short I do not kno at this time. I gess I can find out tho when I dio. [ think cats wood be a gould dee! funnyer if they had nine legs and five lives, don't you: Uats have tatos wnitcii they rap round thare feat when they set down so as to hold them together. I kno a bob-taled cat that is ashamed to sot down in public a tail. I guess it iB afrado its feat willskatter. Thare are Tom cats aud Puss cats, whitcli tlio Tom cat is moro massivo and. has a more sounding voise, in tho midnight darkly whon all elts is still. Cats cries like babies sometimes, but you can not give them parrygorrick to quiet thare nervus sistems like you can babies. We liav a baby atour house that I gess has drinked about foar quarts of parry gorick and every, nito it crics just I lio saim for more. I gess that baby must havo the parry gorick ba...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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HELPING THE NEEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

HELPING THE NEEDY. He was hard up and wanted money so badly that he finally concluded to deposit a handsome diamond ring in the hock-shop. 'Can I borrow iOO dois. here on a diamond worth 250 dols. ? ' ho said to the proprietor. ' Lemine see the stone' demanded the money-lender. It was handed over and examined. ' Well?' inquired tlio applicant. ' I guess you can have it.' 'Thanks; what are your rates?' 'Ton per cent, a month, in advance, llmt i.«, I tako out the interest and give you the balance.'].. -? 'I don't car show you do it; all I want is the money.' 'You say you want lOOdoIs. ?' ' Yes.' 'How long?' .' Blamed if I know, but a long while, I should think.' ' For a year f' ' No, not that long ; say about ten months,' and the applicant hummed '1 want a situation ' in alow key as the money l-mderwas making his calculation on a sheet of wrapping paper. That's all right,' finally said tlio money lender. ' You can got tho ring when you call with tho money.' ?' But where's my hundred ?...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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A PULPIT TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

A PUlil'lT TELlS^nAPil. I ? Manv plans have been dcviied by Ingenious ministers to establiah' communi cation witji the sexton; ' The Rey. Mr. Cftrq'i' a iio'pulac Hresbytoflan ttilnlster in ono of the United States', inveiited a system of signalling h|s sexton which had very mark»:l merit3. He'.caUiKf »'}wiro to be run from tho- pulpit to tho witon'sT- pew, where It was conneotetj with a pafr of leather-coated iron clsmps, so coiTairucttd that whin; the wire waspulled tlie. clamps would gently filrich the lextoh's leir. -' ' The wire tan 1 underneath' the flooring of the raeeting-beuio. and the clamps were con cealed under the Mktbn'4 seat, eo that no one except the minister and the sexton wos aware of the existence of the - sacred tele graph. It was found to work beautifully. When tho minister wanted Water he pulled tho wire once. Tiro pulls meant that he wanted to speak to the sexton, and three pulls ?'!? turn up the gas.' The congregation wondered how it happened that the service...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

CHARITY, Mother: 'What in the world, are you so busy at ?' Small Son : Us boys is getting, up a charity' circus, and. I guess; we'll/make a. lot of money, too. AIL tlio children is inter ested, in the cause.' Mother: 'That's, noble, Andyou intend to give it all lo the poor.' h in all Son : ' Yea'in. Our toacher is going to marry a roal nice man, and wo all feel so sorry for him wo wants to raise money so ho can buy a ticket for somewhere and run away;.' Instruction with Amusementi— Facetious- Friend : Soyour eou'sgono tn foijistronomy, I hear.— Fatlior (angrily): Astronomy ? Why, tho fellow does nothing. Ho spends all his timo at tho music halls.— Facetious Friend: Yes; and he tells me that there is notei^lg

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HANGED WITH HIS OWN ROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

HANGED WITH HIS OWN ROPE. We have all heard from time to. time of the engineer being hoist with his own petard but their aie probably not many catos on record of tho executioner being hanged with his own rope. One, howover, occurred in 1806. On tho 1st of April m that year, bdward Barlow, who for twonty yo-its had heen executioner for tlio county of Lancaster, was tried for horse-stealing, and, .being con-, vie ted, was sentenced to dcuLh. Ho had conducted- eighty-four hangings in tlio county, and, was present at tlio eiglity-fifth in tho uneviablo capacity of ' liangee.' It is notioiahlo that in those days,, when forgery, sheep-stealing, and various other offences besides murder were punished by. the dentil penalty, ettch county had its own executioner ; the 10 would have beau far too much work in the wholo- country for one man ! ? ' ? ? J.

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AN EDISON STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

AN EDISON STOllY. Herb is a good story of Edison. His wanderings brought him at seventeen years of age tq the Cincinnatti office of the Westerp Union, where his absorption in electricity and predictions of its futuro power confirmed the sobriquet, ' Luny,' which clung to ldn) even until his fame was established'. '! We have the craziest chap in our office, (aid the telegraph manager to a Cincinnatti editor; 'ho does all sorts of queer things. I wouldn't bo surprised if he should pe great some day. Let me tell you.' his last prank. Wo have been annoyed for tome time by cockroaches. Thoy infested the sink. Thoy don't now. 'Luny' fixed them !* Ho just ran two parallel wires routfH the sink, and charged ono with negative and *thp othor with positive electricity ; bread-crumbs were then ecattcrod, and when Mr. Ceckioach appeared apd put his little .feet on the wires, ashes were all that wore left to tell tho tale.'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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CURIOSITIES OF COINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

CmjIOSITipS OP CQINAUE I The florin, ono of. the most famous of modern coiM, in Florence, {join? say tliat iti gave the. mine' to the city, whjji otbors OMerf t(i»t IV was first so aatled because til b«d on iba tteuf do lis. frtm the Italian. Corone, or ' flower,1!' (or the same roason that an Rpgllsh silver pipe* is called » ' crown,' or certain gojd pieces in cnace indifferenily 4 or thd ten'-qoltar. gdfd p|eco ip'A'njericd an 'eagle.' Two ? countries, ' Austr(ft . atjtl Holland, have retained the' florin as a unit of monetary Value/ taking it at n time when it was'very universal' In'Europo, its usafeo having been rendered general by' tue financfal supremacy of tlio little States of Northern Italy' and the Impotfcct coinago system' of tlio other countries of tho continent. In tho Middlo Ages it was the custom net only of (mall States to coin money, but even ol tho more important cities wh'o'i enjoyed a eel t un degree of independence. This caused many inconveniences, among others ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Yield of Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

The Yield of Gold. 'According^ - to a pub* lishcd return from, the Sydney Mint showing the gold yield of the colony for 1893, as com pared with previous y e a rs. The total output for coinage in 1893 was I71,097'07oz. as age inst 144,259'48oz. in 1892, and 142,470'23oz. in 1891, showing an increase over last year of 26,837'59oz. The gross value for 1893 (for coinage) was £619,071. The western dis trict yielded in 1893 45,896*03 oz., as against 50,754'83oz. in 1892, and 45,622'23oz. in 1891. The southern district gave 28, ? 981-37oz. in 1893, as against 23,'118-lOoz. in 1892, and 24, 506-80oz. in 1891.', -The nor thern 'district produced 44,893-27oz. in 1893, as against . 43,791 '59oz. in 1892, and 39.651-99oz. in 1891. Locali ties unknown contributed . 42,326 -40oz. in 1893, as against 26,594'96oz. in 1892, and! 32,689'21oz. in 1891. It will be seen that each district shows a material increase in the output, as judged by the quantities gent to the Mint for coinage.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

Auction Sale . Carlton and Abbott HAVE received instructions from : Mr John Grant, of Wards Eiver, to sell by auction at Robson's hotel, ' on SATURDAY, March 3rd, 1891, at ; 2 o'clock. ALL that Grand Piece or Parcel of Land, situate at Wards River, . containing 187£ acres ; 60 acres cultivation ; 30 acreB under corn ; sub-divided into' 4 paddocks, fen ced with '4 rails, and pig proof. ALSO the standing crop of corn. The improvements consist of dwell ing house, ;kitchen, barn, hay sheds, &c., &c. - Title A. A. Campany's - ; ' Terms at Sale. Further particulars can bo obtained from Mr John Giant, or the.Auc tioneers. , : . ? DUNGOG- , Municipal Council. TENDERS are iq'vited for work on Mary Street. Plans and specifi I cations at tbe office of the Council Cleric. ? . ... . Tenders under cover close at noon, Friday 23rd inst. ? * ; J. ABBOTT, Chairman. W. LLOYD, Council Clerk. Civilian Rifle Club. A MEETING of those interested in the Formation of a Civilian Rifle Club wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

1 - ' Subscribe ? TO THE : , | ?CHRONICLE' —AND ? Be Happj . ; V Send Your Orders to the 'Chonicle Offick' FOR JOB PRINTING. Advertise in tlie I 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay You. TO STAND'TIIIS' W nyf season -AT- ' ? ? Church Hill, Monkerai, , The liOADSTEK Stailion . I Tomcj BEaleSj l'OUNG SirALlCS by Flying Sholcs (imp ). daui by, Protection (imp.), from Deception by JToiv Wurrior (imp.) - ...:?. ,..-? . 'XERAI3: £2 Per Maro; reduction for two or moro mares. . ^Qood aeeuro paddocks provided. : Evory ciiro taken, but no' responsibility incurred. ; . Arm — ? ?? .. . ? GEO: W. TITCUME, - Church Hill, Monkorai. TO STAND TUIS SEASON BARRINGTON, TjibBiood Stalho.v V «3- jSu . TP ' 2C s . Giiatis lias Btood 4 seasons at.vBarrington and given ovcry satisfaction ; liis stock havo now been : broken iu and aro very quiot, and cannot bo surpnssod as good hncka. Terms— Moderate, to meet tho times y- for Single Mnro JB1 15s j Two'or more, properly of sumo oitner &l 10s each. - ? . Qocd Paddo...

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An Iquiring American. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

Anlquiring American. The reputation of Americans as an inquisitive race is, says tlie Melbourne A kg us, main tained by a letter which the Postmaster-General received a day or two ago from a resident ' of West Virginia, United . States. It read as follows: — 'Dear Sir, — The Worlds Fair in Chicago has brought many to beleave that Australia will yet be the counter}'. As I have a family of four boys that will soon be young men I am anxious to bring my family to a good healthy countery. Would you please give me a history of Australia — the cli mate, the land and its price per acre, grain and the kind you grow, timber and the different kinds, stock the different kinds, thair prices; is it a good sheep ; countery, their prices ; what is a good horse worth, are thair wild ponies thair, is thair game thair and what kiud; are the , natives dangurs, do they ever / trouble the white people; the ore, have you gold and silver; * --uliave you mountains, is it tim ' ber land or prairie:' have you...

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THE WAGGISH TRAMP AND THE INNOCENT COP. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

THE WAGGISH TRAMP AND THE INNOCENT COP. He was a tramp, aud. he was sitting in the park, but liis attire, was not quite eo dis reputable as to warrant tlio policeman in driving him out.. The officer stopped in response to a hail from him. ' Say,' ho said, pointing to a very hard lookini; specimen away over on tho other side, ' would you lake that gent for a tramp; ' Well', you bet I wouldn't take him for anything else,'- replied the officer confi dently. ' Sure yo'u wouldn't take 'im fti notliin' else!' ' Course, I am.' ' Wouldn't take 'im fer stealin' a ten dollar Willie from me, would you ?' The oflicer laughed a large horse laugh, in. reply. ' Wouldn't take 'im fer stealin' a silk hank'oher out of yer hind coat-tail, pocket, would you?' Tho officer slapped his hand behind him beforo ho laughed this timo, and then tho way he put out nftar tho cramp was a sight to behold, but lie didn't get him, and when he came back after the. informer he didn't get him either.

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NOW FIRST PUBLISHED. MAD. (Copyright.) [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 20 February 1894

~ NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.' - ™ MAO. ? BY PROFESSOR WILLIAMS, \ (Copyright.') '.Tbo dog is as. mad as ft hatter* you may depend upon , it, ' said Squire Priraros* to bis bailiffe; Tom Lcstcrra.8ti small creaturo»oftho lady's lop dog kind and therefore n^t to be classified, caroo panting down the road^wlth lis -toDguo lolling' out of 'the mouthand flecks of foam dropping from it. ** A' gun I A gun ! We snail navo au tno sneop ana cniinren aown witn hydrophobia, If wo don't look V'tp.' ...?'.All right, eiri' crled.tbe baijltt; as blslonq lanky .flguro disappeared at a run tjiside his house .'Which stood just by tho Park ^ates, on whioh tho Squirp was carelessly leaning While hp smoked his.Orst cigar arid taucied he enjoyed tho fresh morning air. ' ' All right, sir,* ho repented, iu a voico muffled nnd mellowed by distance, '? w6'll soon tackle .the yqrmint.' . .And tho voice dimly. dic^away. in hoarse ex pletives, as ho found the gun cpnspicuou-ly absent from its rack. It was a beautiful ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 23 February 1894

WILLIAMS BIVER A. 1 H. Association. TENDERS are invited for PAINT ING Grandstand, Secretary's Office, etc., and will close with the un dersigned not later than MARCH 2nd, at noon. : Specifications1 to be seen on applica tion. 'WALTER BENNETT, ! Secretary. TO THE ELECTORS D URHA M GENTLEMEN, At the request' of a largo number of my old friends I have decided to con test the Forthcoming General Elec tion for y»ur Electorate. I am strongly in favor of : — FEDERATION, With no alteration in our Present Tariff, except by the Commonwealth Parliament. ? i ' ? '? - : - 0 LOCAL 'GOVERNMENT,! Under which all land would be ' taxed, and the money expended by , tfie people in tho district where collected. LOCAL ' OPTION, J without compensation. . T WILL VISIT and Address the j JL Electors at all parts of tho Elec- i torate as soon as it is known when the Election is to take placo. Asking you not to pledge your votes before you have heard tho viows of each candidate. I remain, Tours faithfully, JOH...

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