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THE STATE AND THE LAND. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 6 March 1894

THE STATE AND THE LAND. To the 'Editor. Sir, — Tho necessity for more effi cient land legislation is daily becoming more-apparent, and there can be no doubt that with a proper system of ?dealing with the unalienated lauds of the colony, much of the oxisting dis tress would speedily disappear. The principal object of land legislation should be to secure the utilization of the land by Battlement or otherwise. That land settlement should be en couraged is a point on which there can be no dispute, but what form should that ' encouragemeut assume f There is a right way and a wrong way of doing things. Judging from cer tain recent utterances, there are some people who would pursuade us that, the Department of Lands should' ba worked upon similar lines to benevo lent asylums and other charitable in stitutions, and that sound business principles should be the laBt considera tion. But the object of the State should ho, not to offer the public lands at less than the'r market value, but by mak...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Why do so Many Men not go to Church. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

Why do so Many Men not go to Church. This was the subject of a service commenced by the Rev. J; Gainford at 4.he Congre gational Church, Parramatta, last Sunday Aveek, with an open invitation to the public to come forward and proclaim their reasons for not going to church. After the meeting had been opened by prayer, ten men stepped forward in turn, and gave their reasons for non attendance. Number one pleaded that he had a large ' family, and being on the look out for work all the week he found it necessary to cultivate his garden on Sunday to feed his 12 children. Another man attributed the emptiness of pews to inconsistencies of pro fessing Chri-tians, and the 'twaddle' of many ministers, and their want of courage in denouncing wrong. Another that the fault Avas with the rich, Avho did not help the poor sufficiently to enable them to realize Avhat practical Chris tianity really meant. Poor clothes was a great obstacle, because the churches taught a man to be ashamed of his pov er...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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HE DIN'T GET HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

IIE DlbNT GET HOME. Ma. Mohtaou WiujaIib used to toll a story of Mr^frSderlok Froaer.bo tterknq wn as '? Flash Fred,', whotia 'lio dbfen'ded.bti a ieharg'oof forgory. Th'b barrister was sit ting in his usual spat under the dook Vrben tlio prisoner lent oyer and said, 'Doybu think I've got a- 1;000 to 1 chanool' . . : ' No,' was tho reply. .- When an hour had passed and tho jury, bad returned he again leant -over and mur-' mured, 'I think it's a 10 to 1 ohanco now.' At last iho jury came back, and whilo thoy were toking'their plapos he again leant over aud whispered, ' It's 0 to 4 on me now;' . His propheoy was fulfilled by the jury, returning a verdict of ' Not guilty.' : FiashFred'sfabo beamed with delight, and he mado hurried preparations to leave the. dock. In this he was a littlo premature, as' ho was oharged with a eeco'nd offence, end this time when the 'jury returned,, after an' absenoo of very brief daratibb, the verdict was ' Guilty 1' Not addrosslnghis. oounocl, but appare...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

Subscribe ' TO THE/ 4 CHRONICLE' ' ' ? AND ? Be Happy. Send Your Orders to the ' Chronicle Office ' .? FOR ? JOB PRINTING. Advertise in the 'CHRONICLE' It 'Will Pay You. TO STAND THIS SEAS0N — AT — ? ' ??? Church Hill, Monkerai, '1'iie ItoADSTEit Stallion liTouxig Shales, YOUNG SHALES by Flying Shales (imp) dam by Protection (imp.), from Deception by New Warrior (imp.; j TERMS: £2 Por Maro production for two or moro mares. ' Good eocuro paddocks provided. Evory j euro takon, but no responsibility incurred. :??? Apply — . GEO. W. TITCUME, - Church Hill, Monkerai. I T0 STAND THIS SEASON BARRINGTON, 1 The Blood Stallion ..? I G- X& A. T x as - : ? - : - Ghatis lms stood 4 seasons at Barrington and given ovory satisfaction ; liis stock lmvo now been broken in nnd aro very quiot, and cannot bo surpassed ns good hacks. : Terms — Modoruto, to meet tho times ; for Singlo Maro £115? ; Two or more, property of same ounor £1 10i each. Good Paddocks provided for mnres, and ovory* caro t...

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WHY ACTRESSES MARE BETTER PICTURES THAN OTHER WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

WHY: ACTRESSES MARE ?'' BETTER PICTURES THAN OTHER ;Wf)MEN. ' I no not say,' eoid an old photographer ' tlsat an aotress invariably makea a bettor photograph, but I do eay' that a woman who' understands posture does. / ? ' Thero is. a woman ! should never gob tired os photographing,' uo, eaid pointing to a picture of Mary Audor&mi ''8hb is bard to suit, and onq must tako a jjreat deal of pains with her or she is nob satisfied, but one isqi^ply repaid la tho end, forsho always makes a'ri.artletib.p!iotogKiph7; .My sitters ra'roly ' make up;1 if.an'ytbfpg- n faint liiie. iindor the oyo, or tho ptbngitJon of' tho oyo 1 tool f, or t( touch to the lips or eye brows, bpfhqrer rotjgo on' tho feoa: as , that leaves a tliadbw. Bbmotilneda little powder is .necessary; -bat ,thab . depends upon tho fight. j y - 'Aetreszea e-ibtnipKly'-,tnakn a hotter plotijro btoahso thoy dp'oo&'want, and ia many eases dp not.ciro ' for, 'a . photograph that looks oxaoily likft tham. Thoy liko ...

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West Australia Gold. NO WATER AT COOL-GARDIE. Perth Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

^West Australia elold. NO WATER AT COOL- I , GARDIE. , | Perth Tuesday. Reports from Coolgardie give an extremely gloomy out look on account of the failure of the whole of the water supply on the road between Southern Cross arid Boorabiu. Teamsters refuse to take load ing. as serious results are antici pated at Coolgardie. The Eii gmeer-in-Chief has received a § telegram confirming the failure of the -water supply, and stating that the position is likely to become serious. Teams on the roads are stuck, and it is im possible to get any plant to the field. Ten men's ground has been granted to Dunn's party at the new. find as the original dis coverers. Lord Percy Douglas has just arrived from Coolgardie and he reports that it is im possible to do any thing on the field till rain falls. At the Premier mine a splendid shoot of gold has been discovered, showing stone richer than any yet found. The winding engine and gear for Bayley's Reward claim has arrived, and crosscut ting will be sta...

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WHEN SAM'WEL LED THE SINGIN'. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

WHEN SAM' WEL LED THE SINGIN'. Or conreo I loyo the houso o' (lodj | But I doii'b feel to hum thero ' | - The way I \lst$r to, afore. Now-fangled ways had comet here ; — Though 'thingo aro finer now a hoap, ;-~M'v heart it keens a clintrin' - To our big. baro old moetin' houso, i *; Where'Sam'wel-ledtbe singin' i , I 'low.it's sorter polemn liko ? 1 i * To bear fhe.organ poalln' : ? Itkindor makes yor blood'run cold, An' fills yer full of fpolln', - But, eomihow, it don't tcch tho spot— ; Mow, mind yo, I ain't giugin' . No slurs— as that bass viol did ? ;? Whpri Sam'wel l^d, tho singin*. I toll ye . what, -wbbb. lio struck up - The. tunc, (u/Slotetusnhor Pnt in hor purty l- ob'o-— oh ? ?Tliat's what yould call wpranner^-' WHy,'all'tho choir with :mlghf and main, Set to, an' seemed a fiingln' ? 'Tbsir hull Bonis out with ovory note ? When Sam'tebl led tiio singin ? An'-lond alive, tho way they'd ia:e Thro' grand old ''Cororiatn n;' Each .vbieo a-.eh%ioiU' tjothov round, It jea boat a...

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Wine, Brandy, Raisins. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

Wine, Brandy, Raisins. With soil and climate bo well suited to the growth of the grape vino, it seoms remarkab'e that tho winegrow ing industry lias-not mado more head way in this colony. The long interval from tho planting to the bearing of the ing large, may account to a large ex tent for the neglect of thiB Vratch of agriculture. In some districts, notably on the Hunter and around Albury, wine has been aetaplb productfor years, although the increase in the output has even been very small. Now, how ever, we are aaparently on tho evo of a further development of viticulture. The production of brandy 'from the grape — according to Engliefy and Euro pean exports — is likely to provo very profitable, where the producing of wine has languished, atid this for nevoral valid reasons. In producing wine for export in large quantities many inheront difficulties have to be encountered that do not apply with the some force to brandy. In tho first placo there is not tho same com petition, as our...

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HOW TO CURE STOOPING SHOULDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

HOW TO CURE STOOPiNlr I31IOULDEU9. What wonldiyou think, nako tlio Pioneer of tfaihion, of a marblo figure with ouch a waup waist aa eojuo ~ of your' Dno-olstors sooin to tako prldo.int Wouldr\[fc it tic nbsutd and womo lhan absurd ? Well, thin, if a shapo is atrociously and oiftfulty ugly in mnruio, now cun ic1 possioiy. uo ocnuouui and ideoirn.j'Js in reality ? ? T know vory AyoU. tliat; tiio wicked : old witch' we call1 Jiiibion - 'has bllii'dc'd ' 'your i cyca; oild hardened your heart in thfe mittor. v 'Botb, a.4thet{oaliy and pbysiolocibnlly considered tho caso is sorious. - .Tlio. best-^omcidy,:! know- in ;? this,: , Fivo;' minuteo 1 con scientiously.; spent . overy j.mprniiig, and evening, .in thoughtfully' poutemplating. .vour; marble: Psyctib, or .-.IT^iio pr'.Veiiu?. ' By-nnd-by;porhnp3; It wiU.dwu upoi y.Su that Itight-lablng ra.akbs ybn'ugly, and' tiiou2 you will amend; ypui' waySt If your Solf analy'suj; ai regards ' Toi-m,' leads '' ybu to pnfranchiso your-witist thes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

If OTIC E T WILL NOT BEEESPONSIBLB _L for ANY DEBTS contracted by my wife after this date. EOBEBT HALL, Clarence Town. ATED— GENEEAL SEEVANT. country girl preferred. , Apply Monday Mrs. VoBper, Lord street, Dungog. MEDIJHL ALL ACCOUNTS due to Dr. Marr, whilst acting tor Dr. McMatb, MUST BE SETTLED without delay. J, B. MAEE, Physician. Dungog, . 8th March, 1894. Lost LOST on Monday evening last be tween Post Office and Cangon gtite, a purse. Finder will bs rewarded by leaving it at ' CHRONICLE ' OFFICE. ' WANTED KNOWN THAT J. LEOPOLD, Practical Nurseryman Sf Florist , (Geo. Mooro^a Garden) Boom Stebet, House Shoe Benj-, West M nit I con cl . HAH for Sale a'l kinds of Choice Pot Plants, Cut Slovrers, etc., at mo derate prices. WILLIAMS RIVER A. 1 H. Association. rnENDEES are invited for tho oroc JL tion of SIX PIG PENS, on the Show Ground. Tenders must be in tho hands of the undersigned on or bofore FRIDAY, 16th inst., at noon. Full particulars on application to W. BENKETT, Secretary....

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A WRANGLER. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

. a Wrangler. A roRUta vicar of a coiintry parish not far from Sheffield was a gentlemaii- dis; tinguished for, bio learning 'and foi?' the position he took at Cambridge. Ono day a visitor to tho villago (job, into conversation with ono, .of tlio parishioners, and tho'tolk turnea to the vicar.' . — - ? isf... : ' Your clergymiiD,' said tbo yiaitor, ' Is a vory nblo man. Why, by Ib a wrangler. 'f . .'I npver heurd that' bo, was,' was. the reply of tho vlllugerV ' altbnUgh'I know bis mbsis is a demoii at it.' In a Chiotigo eoventeen-storey hote'i. Reil-eybd- Guest : . ' Ties-hob I : I' believe I've got the itifiuenisa.' Propriotof : 'Ydu tot right out of her* I - Ilrsb thing yiu now, you will be sneezing a bit e^tra, end down will come this, hotol oefore I havo had. time to get the money book that I havo put

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WHERE THE DIFFERENCE WAS. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

WHERE -THE DIFFERENCE WAB. Too man who borrowed the editor's money (in email amounts, of course) and came to liira for oxclianges~iiiid advico on his litorarv cITorte. was niakinar out tho papers ho wnnted for that day. ' By tho way,' bo said, ' I am in doubb about a phraso.' ' What - is ' it ?' inquired tho editor, becauso he bad to. ' I am uiiojrtaiu whethor to say^ab; me' or 'ah, mo.' What would, you-eay-t^, ' Um— or;' ho»iUt4d tbo editor; ' thai depends. Ordinarily I should- say ' ^h, me,' but if I liad you in my mind, I'd eay Owo me/ ' and tho man tumbled;

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

Birth. BENNETT.— On March 5th, at Dun gog, the wifo of Walter Bennett, of a BOB. in Memoriam. ROBSON. — In sad but loving mem. mory of our dear Jittle ditughtor, Josephine, Mary, aged 1 year / nnd 11 months, who departed thiB life, 8th March, 1893. Dearest Josephine how we uubb theo, We miss theo more than tongue can toll, Though we know thou art a bright an gel, And gone with Joans Christ to dwell. Inserted by. ? ner loving parents, G.eorgo .and Sarak Robson. THE Dungog Glironislsj AND DURHAM AND GLOUCESTER ADVERTISER. Dungog, Friday, Mabck 9, 1894.

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WE LIKE TO TELL OUR DREAMS. AND THIS IS THE EXPERIENCE WE USUALLY HAVE IN DOING SO. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

WE LIKE TO TELL OUR DREAMS. AHD . IHI3; 18 TBS ESPEEIBHOB \?E USUALLY HAVB IH DOIHO BO. 'Dbsahs aro funny things;' said Har low, as he eiiterod the ' club tbo ether day and saw Wilkins sitting alone in tho read ing-room. .- ' Aren't thoy, though 1' caid \Vilklns. ' I had one last niebt in which-I ? ' \ ? 'I wont to l-e-l early for a chaiigo night before last,' interrupted Uarlov/, ' aud 1 suppose. I must have slopt two hours before I began to dream about^-;' ?. ?'. & . . - ' — -thought I was up In a balloon' sailing over. tno'-African deserti? Bolow me stretched mile after, mile of 'tandy was to. I was— — ''continued Wilkins. . , ? . :i — a dog l osod to own. . He was a dandy little SootbU .terrier' named Jeff1. -1 lost bim off in the mountaini one.dAy,' said Harlow, not to be put off in tolling hls dream; ' I thought Jeff came book to tije, walking on his hind, Ugs aiidi drocisd ,iu a frock coat aud neatly pressed lavonder trou ? '. . | . ' ? alono ip the halloop, when all ...

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The Resignation of Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

The Resignation of Glad stone. The rumored resignation of the British Premier turns out to be an actual fact. On Saturday Mr Glad stone had an interview with the Queen and explained his reasons for resign ing, as being old age and increasing infirmity. It 'is announced that Her Majesty accepted his resignation, and s ummoned the Earl of Eosebery, Sec retary of State for Foreign Affair's, who has been entrusted with the task of reconstructing the Cabinet. Whether it be true or not. that Mr Gladstone iB suffering from cataract, ?his great age furnishes sufficient reason for his retirement from active politics. Men have been inclined to regard him as a sort of latter day Moses, of whom it is said ' his eye was not dimmed, nor was his natural force abated,' but that such has not for many years been the case is now evident. Gladstone's wonderful energy nnd capacity for work has led men to rsgard his re sources as unlimited in this respeot, so that even now the Irish National Party speak ...

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BETWEEN THE TWO. [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] (Copyright.) [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

*' between' tiie'tv/o.' BY \V. E. NORIilS, Author of ' Mltadventuro,' &c., &c. [NOW PIItBT PUBLISHED.] I ' (Copyright.) ' Ob, Indeed I' said Mies Maud Elton. ' Wo'll 80# about that.'.' , ^^Mise Elton wos a tall, handsome girl, ? ^khfeaturesdnd figure of a somewhab pro ^jBced typo, and she bad been greatly RiaWred during Uiis,her secoftd,. London (Muon; so that ebe was perhaps ontttiea to Sepoalc with a oortain - degree of arrogance -when threatened with ^holosaof a supposed 'suitor. Nellie Lsjchton, heroonGdoiite, . [bad Been many seasons wax andwane, and bad assimilated a vast and varied stock of ?knowledge. : She remarked : ???'_. j. 'Of course I don't know whether you wont to marry him or nob. . If I wero in jyour : plaoo I Should want to marry htm, (because fie. is going to bo Lord Falconer one jof thoso days, and he Is rich, besides being la wpll-condupted sort of young man, and !not nt all badlookibg. What I do know { is tliafc you won't. be able to. play fast ...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

Local ancl General Tub Maize Crop.— A correspon dent fro n Singloton says : — Should no flood or any other unforeseen catas- j trophe blight the hopes of the farmors it is oxpocted that the maize cropB in this district will be the boat that has linnn frnf.Tml»firl Fnr mnYitr rflllrfl Thfi crops on the rich river flats are. repor- ted to bo unusually heavy, and in some localities aro oxpactod to realise from 80 to 100 bushels per acre. This is doubtless due to the effects of tho great flood 12 months ago having loft rich alluvial deposits on those flats, which has ntanured and strengthened the land to produce heavy crops. Auction Sales. — Oo Saturday next, (to-morrow) Mr. J. Robson will hold an important sale of stock, and free hold property ; and on the same day Messrs Carlton and Abbott will also hold an important sale of stock, &c.' Holiday. — We learn that Mr T. M. Williams, C.P.S., Clarence Town, is about to take a well-oarned holiday. We trust it will provo beneficial t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

Many of the potato crops through- ?: ; out the Sho&lhaven district aro a failure this season. Three little girls at EsseudeD, Vic, left home at night in theii night dresses, 'just for fun.' They returned v - next day, their disappearance haying :: caused much anxiety. 'It is not the widows but the- : 'mashers' who put the 'mites' in the collection plateB nowadays. I hno*; - because I. have seen them.' — Ref S. ? Chadwick at the Wesley an anniversary - ~. meeting in London. A man named Harris has been a r- ; rested at Newcastle on suspicion of I causing the death of the Stocktou^ion- ; ™ unionist Otto Jackson. ? Joseph A. Key, late s^^m__-vua-' Hunter River Building Society, -' has ?: been committed for trial at Singleton ' on a charge of falsifying books. 7' In the Western division of the: colony 48 occ u p a t i o n licenses ? (3,979,907a.) and three leasehold areaa^ v (641,480a.) are at present vacant. Of the forfeited abandoned areas in: ; the western division, 614,868a. ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 9 March 1894

Correspondence. It must bo distinctly understood that vro do not hold oursolves responsible for tho opinions expressed by our correspondents.

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

Church Services. MARCH. Cavaon o» Enolakd Sunday 11th. — Dungog 10.30, lay ? reader, 7.30 Rev. J. Vo(p?r ; Clarence Town .7.30, lay reader; ' Glen William 3, lay reader ; Ben dolba3, Rev. J. Vosper; Cbi- i Chester 10.80, Rev. J. Vosper. To-day (Friday) — Dungog 3.30. 3. TOSPKB, - iBowip^r, Pbebbytbbmk. ' ^ , Sab. 11 — Dungog 10.30, Kev. D. iJaird, : and 7.30, Hov.v D. Baird ; Ban don Grove 3, Rev. ? D. Baird ; Bigj ' Creek 10.30. Mr G. A. Mackay. o: REV. DAVID BAIRD. Sabbath llth. — Dungog 10.30, Helper, 7.30 Rev. R. J. Middieton ; Telle- 1 gherry 10.30, Rer.' F. Dixon ; . Stroud 2.30 and 7.30, Rer. F. ; Dixon ; Monkerai (Union Church) 2.30, Mr W. Wenham.. RE V.F. DIXON 1 Baptist. Lord's Day llth. — Thalalia:3i: Pastor :? \ R. J. Middieton, - Lories Supper; ? | 7.30 Evangelistic service. :',il R. J. MIDDLETON. ' Pjjto I

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