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

Government Notice TENDERS FOR ROAD WORK. TENDERS will be received' by the Resident Engineer for Roads, Stroud, for the following roadwork up to FRIDAY, 16th day of MARCH, at noon :? — ' ? Coutract 1/94, Barriogton to Gobark Road ? ? i, 2/94 Limeburner's Creek to . . .. Krambach Road. . „ 3/04 do. do „ 4/94 do. do - „ 5/94 do. do. „ ' G/94 do. do. ,', - 7/94 ' - do.' . do. 8/94 _ do. do.' ' 9/94 Barrington to Nowen doc Road. ? „ 10/94 Limeburnor'8 Creek to ' : ? ' ? Kramback Road. . . 11/94 Kramback to ForBtor, via Cookiinbark. „ 12/94 'do. do. 13/94 Dungog to Weisuiatitel's „ . 14/94 Moi'ikorai .up Karunh Rivor lioald. ' 15/94 Limeburnor's Creek to ? Kramback Road. Tondors to be addressed to the un dersigned, endorsed on envelope with liiimber'and name of the road. Specifications can be seen at the Court House, Stroud, for all contracts, and at the Post Ofiicrs, Gloucester, Krambdcli, and Court House, Dungog. - Tender forms cau be procured at the forenamed plnccB. GEO. N. SIMPSON, R...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Latest News. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

Latest IN ews. [By Telegraph.! LONDON, Sunday. Mr Gladstone has resigned the Pre miership and as Lord oi tho Privy Seal. The Queen haB accepted the resig nation. ! I Mr Gladstone has refused a peerage, which Her Majesty wished to confer upon him. Lord Rosebery has been for, Mr Gladstone remains a member of the Commons. His farewell' to his colleagues in the Cabinet was of a most aflecting nature. He stated that his retirement waB on account of old age and increasing infirmity. Lord Rosebery's appointment is favored on the Continent, but the ex treme Radicals are irate. The Radical press supports Lord Rosebery. , The Cabinet is to be reconstructed, and it is believed Rosebery's policy will be upon'very advanced lines, in cluding the limitation of the veto in the House of Lords. The Parnellite members denounce Gladstone as a traitor. ' Labourche and party favor William Harcourt as premier, and will vote against the Ministry. The Parnellitos threaten to desert Gladstone's successor. ' ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Marriage with Closed Doors. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

Marriage with Closed Doors. A point of great public interest and importance was raised in the trial of bigamy befcro the Supremo Court on Wednesday last (says the Adelaide Ad vertiser.) To help tho causo of his client (the prisoner) Mr. Glynn took the objection that a marriage celebra ted in a church with the dcors closed was null and void. The defence broke down on the facts, but the material point is that it was sustained bb a statement of tho law. Mr. Justice Boucaut, who tried tho prisoner, con ferred with his colli ague, Mr. Justice Bundey, on tho subject, nnd tho opin ion of both was expressed as being that ' if the doors woro closed or one witness was absent t b o marriage would bo void.' In passing sentence Mr. Justice Boucaut, evidently appre ciating Ihe gravity of his decision, said he wished to draw special^ atten tion of the Government and ministers of religion to the requirements of tho Marriage Act. ' In future, he d'-clnred, ho would consider invalid any mar riage tha...

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

Church Services. MARCH. CnnBOii or England Sunday 11th. — Dungog 10.30, lay reader, 7.30 Rev. J. Vosper ; Clarence Town 7.30, lay reader ; Glen William 3, lay reader ; Ben dolba 3, Rev. J. Vosper ; Chi . Chester 10.30; Rev. J. Vosper. J. VOSPER, ' Incumbent. Sub. 11— DunJoBg9ia30°Mr'F. A. Hooko ; and 7.30, Sir. G. A. Mackay ; Ban don Grovo 3, Mr F. A. Hooke ; Big Creek 10.30, Mr G. A. Mackay. itEV. DAVID BALED. Sabbath 11th,— Dungog 10.30, He1 per, , 7.30 Rev. R. J. Middieton ; Telle gherry 10.30, Rev. F. Dixon ; Stroud 2.30 and 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon ; Monkerai (Union Church) 2.30, Mr W. Wenham. BEV. F.DIXON Baptist. Lord's Day 11th. — Thalaba 3, Pastor R. J. Middieton, Lord's Supper, 7 30 Evangelistic service. Wednesday 7th.— 7.30, prayer meet ing. , . E. J. MIDDLETON. Pa b tor '

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The British Cabinet. RETIREMENT of GLADSTONE. London, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

The British Cabinet. RETIREMENT of GLADSTONE. London, March 1. In conspquonco of tho ponding re- j liremont of Mr. Gladstone from tho i Premiership nnd the Ministeral office J of First Lord of tho Treasury a reconstruction of tho Cabinet will j take placo. In tho redistribu tion of portfolios it is probable that tho Earl of Kimberloy, who h(va hold the position of President of the ; Council and Secretary of Slate for Tndin, will succred Lord ltoseoery ns Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Tlio Ri^ht Hon. John Morlcy, chief Scerctnry lo the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, will take tho portfolio of Socrotnry of State for India. Tlie' present. Secretary of Stale Tor Wnr, RiylitHon. H. Camp hf ll-Bannormnn, will micceed Right Hon. Earl Spencer, First Lord of tho Admiralitv. The position of Secretary of State for 'War will be taken by Bight Hon. E_ P. C. Majoribanks, Gladntono-Liberal . member for Ber wickshire, who has acted as chief whip to the present Government since the time of it...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

Municipal Council. A rnef-tingof the Duns?og Municip.il Cniinei! wns hold on Friday evoniua list. Thero wore present Aldermon J. Abbott (in tho chair), D. J. Bruyn, H. C. Dark, G. Walker and J. Robson. A letter was read from the Mayor, npolo'gining for his inability' to attond through an attack of aithma. The chairman said bb tho business of the evening was important, it might bo better to adjourn the meeting until the Mavor could attend. AH. ltibson thought the suggestion a good one. Ald. Dark objected lo an adjourn ment, and thought they might go on with the business. A letter was read from the MunicU pal Council of Rockdale, Buagostins;, in view of tho depression existing at the present time, tho difficulty in collec ting rates, and in ordor to afford em ployment to laborers during the coming winter that the Government be BBked to grant a special endowment of 10s in the £1 on rates collected, to all Municipalities. It also suggested that a deputation should wait on the Pre mier t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

A girl named Hayivard was burned to death in the playground of tho Windsor Public School. Tho Queensland sugar export for February was 82G3 tons, or 53,229 tons for the season to date-. Mr JutSWce Innes has interpreted the Hospitals Act, section 5, to imply tbatpaid-up subscribers for 1893 had a right to vote for the elections of I committees and doctors for both 1893 i and 1894. , | . Tweniy-six anarchists have been ar- | rested in Paris in connection with re cent outrages. . A wofoatT named Foran, aged 103, has just died in South Australia. . J The wild . convolvus , is interfering ?with the maize and cano crops in tlio Maclean district^ - ' A. railway guard named Field was billed while shunting at Ju nee on Saturday. . . ^

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

The only Paper pulilifiliod ' ; in tlio Dujwam Electorate. An, excellent ADVF.UTISINO MEDIUM nnsiuil Advertisements Por Inch' .. ? ,* '3S Evory .subsequent Inch 1/(1 SpcclAl Lorn Quotations for Standing .Silvertixemcnis -

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

PUBLISH lil) 'kvehv TirnsnA t v .vfl via da y Monihij?, AND CONTAINS Latest Telegraphic, Commcrmnl, Local .J- General News. TERMS liii Advance; Per Quarter ? ? ? ',l Per Tear . ? ?' ? 20a

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

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

tf THOS. BAKER Practical Tailor, .. Dowling-streot, DtTNGOG. BEGS. to return t'-a.-i!?* !o hip n'-nvr?up nustomars fi»r Hijiv p^l pnppcrf, nn^ '? urUBti by strict attention to b.is*liK-as, f ilciII. ' a continuance of their patronage. I'nore is no need to scud away for Clot hen tvlienthcy can ho *nado us Cheap and as Uuod in tlio town. A. ^Perfect Fit Guaranteed. ' My . , Tweeds, Clotln, Doo^kins.-Sergrs, TJama9, Buckskin?, ' Worsted a *d Boavei conting?, ' Bedford and Manchester Cords, ^ s Hair Lines, Etc. ' » Aro nil of tho Best- Materials to pick from, and well shrunk before making up. £& . ? ,5 Tlie W.M.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 n.m ,and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, N THUESDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9 15 n m , until further notico. B. LYALL, Secretary. £v. J. A. JONES, .' , ^FAMILY BUTCHER f Pn n gog. t |'N taking this opportunity to thank the Ii ...

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

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. Flour— Quiet ; old roller selling ?- 'at from £8 Os to £8 5s ; Victorian, £7. 10s to £8 per ton. . i Wheat— Dull and plentiful. New milling, nominally ; chick wheat, 2s 3d to 2a 6d per bus. Maize-Prime old river 2s 6d to 2s 9d ' new. Clareoce River, Is 9d to 2s 3d ; Potatoes — Blueskins, prime, £50b ; Brownells £2 10s Od per ton. 71. . Butter— Good demand; creamery and best brands of factory, 8£d ; fac tory, 7d; dairy, 6d to7d per lb ; pas ? try, 4d to 5d ✓ _ - Bacon — bond cured, 6d to G|d ; machine cured, 5dto 5Jd ; middles, 7d to 8d. Hams — Colonial, 9d to lOd ; Eng lish, la to Is 2£d '; New Zealand at Is OJd.per lb Honey — From 3d to S^d per lb, for -pure. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in . bladders, 3d to id ; bulk 3d to 4d per lb. Cheese — Dull ; market glutted ; best brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d ; second, lid to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to 3$d per lb. Eggs. — Fair supply and demand, lid . to 1b. Poultry — Prime, scarce ; inferior, plentiful. Fowls...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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MAITLAND. E. W. SPARK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

MAITLAND. E. W. BP AUK1 8 ItEI-OHT. Tat Cattle. — On Monday a very large supply ivas yitrded, but with a r-large attendance of the trade and the operations o£ speculators sales passed off briskly, ai d values for fresh quality bullocks were slightly firmer. At Friday's sales a good demand existed for the best quality lots, and biddings at my sale 'were brisk and prices re- j mained firm at Monday's rates. I have sold : — On account of J. N. - Laurie, 35 bullocks from £i- to £4t 18s, 25 from £3 10s to £3 17s Gd, 3 cows at £2 7s; D. Invin, 13 light heifers from £1 5s to £1 15s, 12 bullocks from £2 15s to £4 4s ; Jno. Baker, 4 steers from £2 2s to £2 13s, 3 cows from £2 12s to £2 15s; Michael Doyle, 22 bullocks from £3 7s to £4 ? 2s, 28 from £2 Ids to £2 17s, 2 cows at £3 lis ?; H. H. Brown, 33 cows from £2 2s to £2 18s Gd ; H. L. Brown, G cows at £1 16s ; James Hall, 3 cows at £2 9s, 7 steers from £2 10s to £2 14s i F. W. Cann, 9 light bullocks from at £3 3s ; A. T. Laurie, 50 bul- J ...

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The Great Markets for Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

The cfcreat Markets for Butter. That difficulties would arise in placing large quantities of Australian — butter on the, British .markets was to.'-.-: be expected. But .it is not at 8ll'.f.-.-Au likely that we can overd-j the demand; f 1 List year butter to the value of £11, - 250,0Q0 waB imported to London ; and ???.', of this amount Amtralia contributed ? to the value of £633,000 — tho balance being sent by Denmark, Ireland, France, and other countries. The Chambers of Commerce in Livorpool, ? Gl-isgow, Manchester, and elaewKere, ;v have been approached advocating di- . rect shipments to the* Wostorn ports, instead of conducting the whole trade -. - .- .j.-; through London. Mr Helm, the Ser?K- ;-w cretary of the Manchester Chamber, pointed out that only the best AuBtra-- . : linn butter would Bell in that dis- -v: -?:«- trict. The butter should be of light-:; - w straw 'to, pile color, fresh and creamy flavor, and should contain not : - less than 1 percent, of salt. It was ; estim...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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OTHER OWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

Other OwnbbsI Q.ueenio ... 31 ' Queon ... , 22 J 2.3 . '', . Koso ... 29^ ????; -? ; 3.oc-;.'';s:is% Alice 20} 36* t'r&l Twin ... 26 ? ? .1.(5; 3 ' ? v-'SS Lizzie ? 31 . :3.2 Violet ... 33 3.5 Diamond 31}'. . 2.6. Frosty ' ... 31; .3.2 ' Beauty 3 30} .... 3.G ' ? Easy . .... . 22 : ? 2.8 » ' 28 63 Average, 2.59

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

Commercial. DUNGOG II; O. Dark & Co. report iib follows : — Moizo: nominal. EfiK'. 7tl to 8(1 doz, falling. Chuff, 33; dull Bncon, 41d Butter, 'id to Grt Codur, Board, 16a to IGa per 100ft.. - Pucks, Is 6(1 to 2s ? ? FowIp, Is Gil to 2s Polnton*, 8s Gd lo 4a cwt. Oiitp, 2-. Bocswnx, 8rl por lb. Honry, 10a tin. (Kerosene tins objection able.) Cnpe bnrloy, 2s Gd j English Imroly, 2:1 Gd. ltd ward Piper reports — ? Maizo .\tnrket— Thn bottom lms fallen out completely, and no *nle wlintoTcr ; old weevilly samples are being alrtiost given away, Prices cannot bo quoted un'il rim . rnnrki't Pi'ttlrF do\i u. Onlp, 'Z* ]!it liu.-liel Kcncy, 10s Gd per tin . Barley, 2? 6d per bushnl Potatoes, £Z 1 (K rlen'ifrl. ' OhulT, £4- to £?! 10* Kjjg*. l'0i:gl-t. in any -|!rn»lity al li'ghrsl iiiur ket rates. ? Bacon, improving a liltlo, bost- worth 4d Wax, Gd to 8d Cedar, to 16.-, according to sizo and quality. Butter, plentiful, 4d to Gd

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Injurious Branding. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

Injurious Branding. At a conference in Brisbane, on stock and kindred matters, the chief''- ---1 inspector of Queensland, in a paper, on branding, showed how the present system of imprinting brands on cattle ; seriously injured a most valuable por tion of the hide. The branding, he said, involved the Australian stockman in an annual loss of £300,000. From ;? his position as chief administrator of the Brands Act he found that fully 95 per cent of the cattle were brandod either on the ribs or rump, the most v;? valuable poriion of the hide. A brand in the centre or rump of a side of leather greatly depreciated its value. This was the case with ono brand effect in the case of hides bearijifirf-P-^v: or more brands was still more serious r--. This kind of branding. was not Aus- -v tralian exclusively. Mr Ellis, an English hide merchint, esti mated the depreciation in South ? American hides at 6s each ; and al- ? ???? though Australian tanners do not es- ?: timate the depreciation at suc...

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

lothe Editor. Sir, — I have just beon calculating the amount of lung power used in our Legislative Assembly, and thinking it might interest some of your readers, I ask yon to publish it in your widely read journal. I find that the estimates alone are responsible for 322 speeches. Aver aging these at 30 minutes each, with 120 words a minute, it amounts to 1,200,000 words. Estimating that the exertion of speaking is equivalent to raising one ounce a foot high in a minute of time, this represents an ex penditure of force wnich, if concen trated into one second would be equal to 20 horse power, or sufficient if put? into a single kick to clear out the blatherskites from the Assembly and leave their places vacant for better men, — I am, etc., GEO. H. ROBINSON.

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

Correspondence. H must bo distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves responsiblo for tho opinions expressed by our correspondents

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

To thn Editor. 'Sir, — I have so ho rec'illeeti in of^ re-iding an article in one of the issuos of your journal, taken from a Shoal-' haven paper, running down the Jersey or Alilerney cattle for dairy purposes. For butter making the brood ni^s no equal in the world, as was proved at the , recent Chicago Exhibition, ' Jersey and Alderney c.-wa carryiti/^^i 'v all the prizes in tho dairy booHHB' 'j against all-coiners.' Tho enclosed; do»n^^, ,; ^ ment which has been furnished to rae hy Mr W.'S. Campbell, of tho 'Agri- ? : cultural Department, gives the result : , ~'i of the contest botween Mr Ilyam'B / Jersey cows and tho-io of all other broeds, which go to prove 'th*; liigV'. :-/;£ value of. the Jersey cows for producing ^ butter. Mr Hyam's stud consists - principally of Jerseys purchased from- -v ^ me. ; With. regard to Jersey bullocks, I. am free lo admit they may not be so .? ? profitable as other breeds, but in this .. respect I hope to exhibit a pen of five v i pure bred fat Jer...

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