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

Commercial. I DUNGOG H. O. Bark &, Go, roport as follows »— Maize: nominal. Eggs* 7(1 to 8d doz, falling. Chuff, 3s ; dull Bacon, 41d Buttor, 4d to Gd Cedar, Boarc1, 15s to 16s por 100ft. Ducks, 1b Cd to 2s Fowls, Is Gd to 2s Potnloos, 8s 6d to 4sowt. Oats, 2s. ' Beeswax, 8d per lb. Honey, 10s tin. (KcroBcno tins' objection ablo.) Capo barloy, 2s Gd ; English baroly, 2s Gd. Edward Piper reports— Maizo — Tho market is so orratio that prico cunnot br quoted. Oats, 2e per bushel lionoy, 7s Gd to 10s per tin ? plentiful. Barley, 2s to 2s Gd per bushel Potatoes, plentiful ; 8s to 4s. Chaff, very plentiful; no demand. Eggs, I am always willing to givo market prices in quotation. Bncon, nono offering. Wux, Gd to 9d Cedur, boards 12s to 16s, Butter, a complete gift. Iam offering quan tities at 3d lb.

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

The only Papor published in the DunuAM .Electorate. An excellent ADVERTISING MEDIUM Casual AilvortiBemonls Per Inch ? ,8s Evory Bubucquont Inch 1/6 Special Low Quotations for Standing Advertisements

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

N Pdhlimied every TUESDAJ 1ND FRIDAY Mornings, AND OOIIIAIHB ? Latest Telegraphic, I Commercial, - J Local General News. TERMS (in Advanoo) For Quarter ? Bs Per Tear ? ??? 20a

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

WATCHES. ABB OTTABANTBKpTOGIVBBVBBYSATISPACTIOIt OTIIEttWISB WILL BE BXOHANOBD. 813 George-St., Sydney. (Opposite Railway Station) ( Tho unrivallod Kbylbss *) . 20s. ) Wator. A Strong. Ruli-.f 20s. C ablo, Oboap watch. j on i a C English Xdvor, full-jowel1od,com* £2 I Ofl, ] pnnsation balance, 2 yoars* C guaranteo. {'My unequallod English Lover, £S 10s.] full coTored cop, patent action, (. 3 yean' guarantee. C My ? special Koy or Koyloss English M) i oyer, compensation balanco, patent t notion, 3 years guarantee f First-class Koy orKeylesBEnglish £4 10s. j Lever, full covered cap, patent, (hand finished. 4 years* guaranteo. v t First-class Koy or Keyless English pel Levor, compensation balanco, full 1 covcrod cap, hand finished, 6 years* X guarantee. /'Tho ACME English Lovor, full chro L83 nometer balanco, adjusted, 15 ruby i j jewels, a correct timekeoper, 6 years* C guarantee. Fly-back Minuto CIIKONOGRAPHS, £8 8s. Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Six gears' guarantee. Highly rocommonded. L...

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

THOS. BAKEK, Practical Tailor, Dowling-street, DUNGOG-. BEGS to Teturyi thanks to his rnnrnrouB customers for thjir past support, and trustj by ftricfc attention to business, to merit a. ouhtinuaneo of their patronago. I'oore is no need to 3end away for Clothes wneutlioy can bo made as Cheap and as . Good in tho town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My Tweeds, Cloths, Doeskins, Serges, . .Llamas, Buckskins, , Worsted and Beavei Coatings, Bedford and Manchester Cords, Hair Iiinos, Etc. Aronllofthe Best Materials to pick from, and well shrunk boforo making up. 1 The W.K.S.N. Co. (LIMITED), ' CLARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer Cooreei 'eaves Clarence Town with Passengers ' ? and Cargo on MONDAYS, W13D ? 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. s ; J. A. JONES, ; FAMILY BUTCHJiiB. : n : Owosobt. IN taking this opportunity to thank tho publio for past Bupport, wislioB to inform ...

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

Dungog Municipal Council. THE Works Committee will^ineet i intending contractors ? at the | Eiver on WEDNESDAY NEXT, at I 4 o'clock. . i - * * J. 'ABBOTT, Chairman. Council Clork-,^ ?

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 March 1894

Municipal Council. A meeting of the Dungog Municipal ^ Council waB held on Friday last. There ?' were present: — Aid. F. A. Hooke (Mayor), D. J. Bruyn, H. C. Dark, J. Abbott, and J. Bobson. An application was read from JS. Muddle for permission to draw 12 loads of gravel from the gravel -pit, . which was granted. ; . . A letter was read from Mr George Lowrey, who pointed out that the fenc ing and greater part of obstruction on the road leading through Mr Abbott's land bad been removed by the late ?flood, and requesting ? the Council to ?use its authority to see that the road ' was not obstructed again. ' Aid. Bobson moved — That the letter be received and be allowed to stand over until the usual fortnightly meet ing- . Seconded by Aid. Dark and carried. A lengthy discussion took place in Reference to the repair of roads, and the expenditure of the road grant. The majority of aldermen being under the impression that the regulation under which the money is grjfcted is rather stringent...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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GLOUCESTER. FEB. 28TH, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 March 1894

GLOUCESTER Feb. 28th, 1894. ? : Josoph Laurie, 40a, c.p. ; for aur- ':-v yey. f- II. W; Laurie, 80a, c.l. ; confirmed; rent 5d per acre. -T ''--j, J. R.- Laurie, 147n, c.p. ; confirmed. R. E. Wilts, 40a c.p ; confirmed- 'i|' R. Laurie, 240a, c.p.; confirmed. ; J.. R. Laurie, 100a, c.l. ; appra:8G^ ment of rental. --v. /«? J. Mitchell, 80a, c p. ; substitute * improvements ; gran tod. J. Mitchell, : 240a, c.l. : do. do. : 1 do. r C. E. Williams, 50a, c.p. : do. «do. : », ? do.,;.:: -IN W . Wand, jiinr , 100a c.p , and 200ft c.l. ; su'o. impts ; granted. . J. P. FerriB, 200», c p. ; sub. impts.; withdrawn; ^ \ Thos.'E. Monnglian, 150a.^|t- ; ex- '\r tension of time; tuno extenducHio 17tli Dec., 1894, , Duncan Thompson, 320a, c.p.; ex tension of time ; timo extended to 5th --i Jan., 1895. :: Dun.can Thompson, 9G0a, c.l. ; do. ? ?' do. ; do. do. do. Duncan Thompson, 9G0i, c 1 ; vary ^ fencing ; 'granted. W. J. Barnes, 150a, c.p., and '109a , c.l.; extension of time; time extended'*''''*...

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

STROUD. 'fi At a meeting of the local Land Board, for the land district of Stfoud, - held at Stroud, on the 20th Feb., 180.1,' y the following cases were considered. — Francis H. Holbort, ? 30a., annual lease ; allotted 5a ; rent, £1. * » Edward E. Stant ? j, 40a., c p. ; con firmed. Edward E. Stanton, 314£a., c.l.; con firmed; rent, 3d per acre. Edward Gilbert, 40a., c.p. ; confir med. Cora Francis Hooke, 230a., c.p. ; ' confirmed. Henry Engel, 101a., c.p. ; substitute improvements ; granted. A. J. S. Bank, 120a., c.p. ; fulfil- '? ' ment conditions ; certificate to issue. John Wear, 49a., c.p. ; fulfilment ?.?'«:*«! conditions ; certificate to issue; -Sam. J. Rooke, 180a, c.p. ; fulfilment conditions ; - certificate to lSBue. . ^ William Stanton, 40a., c.p. j for in quiry ; forfeited.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 March 1894

To the Editor. ? Sir,— Perhaps it will not bo out of place for a ratepayer to supgest some thing that will increase the income of our Municipality. Sales are regularly held, nnd a large number of stock sold ? in tho year. If yard dues were charged i'. iuu- umi.um. or revenue would De oo tained, and would not affeet the rate payers, as the majority of consigners are perrons residing outside the muni cipality. Numbers of animals fold here o.te purchased by speculators, who send tlem to the metropolis, where yard dues are charged, no mat ? ter whether it be goin or loss to the speculator. Hoping ere long to see the above carried into effect. — I am, etc., J. A. JONES.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 March 1894

Correspondence. It mutt bo distinctly understood that wo do not hold oursolvcs re sponsiblo for tho opinions ozprcsscd by our correspondents.

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

Gloucester Electorate. Mr E. A. Price, one of the candi dates for this electorate, addressed a large . and representative meeting on Thursday, a! Worth's Hotel, Coolon- 1 golook, and Mr Rush presided. The speaker dealt with the various political questions of public and local impor- I tance, his views being favorably re ceived throughout, and on the motion of Mr James Fanning, seconded by Mr De Lore, a unanimous vote of con fidence was carried in the candidate. Mr D. McKinnon, another candi date, also spoke at Uoolongolook, and Mr D. Cameron presided. Mr M'Kin non, who dealt with all the leading questions of the day, was accorded a vote of confidence. - ' On Friday Mr Price addressed a 'well-attended meeting at Clarkson's Crossing. Mr J. Bowers occupied the chair. Mr Price received a splendid I hearing and was accorded an ovation at the conclusion of his address. A ' vote of confidence was unanimously carried, on the motion of Mr Stein mitz, seconded by Mr Worster. . ' . Oh the same ...

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Myall River. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 March 1894

Myall River. (From our own Correspondent.) Nothing of importance has trans pired since I last wrote to you, things in general are about as dull as ever. No work, no money and plenty of want; oc- asienally you may discover a strong young man working for a mere subsistiince ; and many are walking about who would gladly accept the situation; surely this state: of affairs cannot last long. The darkest hour is just before the dawn. Well, the sooner we realise this fact the better. Though times are bad they might be worse ; If we have food and raiment, We must not mind an empty purse, 'Nor over hard times lament W e have now had rain in abundance, in fact we have had but very few dry days for some weeks past. The maize crops look fairly well, although the late is seriously effected with blight.' I do not remember ever seeing it bo bad since 'it first made its appearance on the maize some years ago. The friends of Mr, W. Newell will regret to hear that he has been suffering for some time f...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Local Land Board. DUNGOG. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 13 March 1894

Local Land Board. DUNGOG. At a meeting of the local Land Board for the land district of Dungog hold at . ?.:-£ Dungog on the 2nd March, 1894, the - ' following cases were considered.— James Hooke, 97£ acrcs, annuul - lease ; allotted 97-f acres , rent, £1. William H. Ilaggerty, 06i acres; : ; c.l. ; confirmed ; rent, dd per acre. -* 'sm David S. - Hayes, GG£ acres, c.l. ; dis allowed. Allan Simmons, 183£.acres, c.l. ; ? postponed. C. W. Osmond, 5S£ acres, c.l ; sub stitute improvi mc nts , granted. ' H. G. Hooko, 150 acres, c p. ; bub pension conditions ; postponed. Bank of N. S. W., 104| acrts, c.p. j fulfilment conditions; certificate -to r rife: issue. ' ^ Bank of N. S. W., 09}. acres, e.p.-.; xsiSsr fulfilment conditions; certificate to wpr issue. John T. Simmons, 53-j acres, c.p. ; ^ fulfil, con. ; cer. to issue. Thos. Boorer, 80 acres, c.p. ; fulfil, con . ; cer. to issue. David D. Plesner, 200 acres, c.p. ; 'i fulfil, con. ; cer. to issue. Henry Saxby, 50 acres, c.p.; fqlfil....

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

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE ' — AND ? - . Be Happj. Advertise in the 'CHRONICLE' It 'Will Pay Yoii. ft T0 STAND this SEASON Church Hill, Monkerai, The Roadsieb Stam-ioh YOUNG by Flying Shales (tap.) dam by Protection (imp.), from Deception by New Warrior (imp.) TERMS : £2 Per Maro ; 'reduction for two or moro mares. Good Bccuro paddocks provided. Every euro taken, bub no responsibility incurred. Apply — GEO. W. TITOUME, Church Hill, Monkerai. ^ iTffffl TO STAND THIS SEASON at the a&JuW BARRINGTON, The Blood Stallion Ct K A. X I S. Gratis has stood 4 seasons at Barrington and given evory satisfaction j bis stock have now bean broken in and aro very quiet, and cannot bo surpaeBod as good hacks. Terms— Moderate, to meet tbo times ; for Singlo Maro £1 15s ; Two or more, property of same ownor £1 10s each. 1 Good Paddocks provided for mares, ana evory care lakon but no responsibility in* curred. All mares to bo paid for by the 31st of January, 18D4. EDWARD CORBETT, Barrington P.O...

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

Selections. The following Conditional Purchased. ; - have beon taken up at the Lands Of fico, Stroud, since' Augu»t last .— Poter Koellner, '50 ac. c.p., 24fh^,,^ August; parish of Walto, county ' 61' Hawes. Edward Gilbert, 40a. c.p.; 31st Au gust, parish of Myall, county of Glou cester. Kicnara jk. wiiKes, 4Ua. c.p., Hep ember 14tli, parish of Craven, county of Gloucester. Isabella Shaw, 320a., Oct. 5th, par ish of Bindera, county of GloucegtgC? Robert Laurie, . 240a , November 10, parish of Wawgan, county of GlouceS-_ ter. ? Cora Francis Hooke, 230a., Novem- - . ber 23rd, parish of Bindera, county of . ; Gloucester.^ Michael Whelan, 40a, 25th January, parish Willabah, countv of Gloucester. Donald M'Kjnnoii Faichnoy, 40a., 15th February, pan-h of Willabah, county of Gloucester. . --«?. The following Conditional Loasea have been taken up since August -t Inst: — ? v-.i James Eenwick Laurie, 100a., Au- - -v gUBt 10th, parish Womboin, county of ? ' - ? Gloucester. ' ? Herbert Walter La...

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Artificial Drying of Maize. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894

Artificial Drying of Maize. It is amongst the: draw backs t o maize farming i n Australia, that heavy wet weather is only too common at the harvesting season. To the grower this means that hp. mn.v hfivfi t.n mill corn during damp weather ; or he may have to pull it before it is_ sufficiently hard for shelling, in order to avoid possible loss from heavy rains or floods. But damp maize entails further risks of moulding, mildew and other dangers. To overcome this, some growers have tried artificial drying, in kilns or upon floors, where by means of fire-heat the. maize could be dried: This again entails con siderable labor, and the process has never been as satisfactory ? u ji ? : ? us uouiu utJ uesireu But this season, and for the first time, so far as we are aware, the fruit-dryer process has been brought into use for drying maize, and with such success that some scores of bags have been marketed at top rates, and no one, unless informed specially, has been aware that it was pulled ...

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Russia and India. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894

Russia and India. Much as Russians delight in .the anticipated fruition of Tur key's legacy, they are infinitely more interested in India, which is become their Promised Land PAR EXCELLENCE. The IllOSt ominiscient of .our statesmen know practically nothing about the nature and extent of their preparations for the future cam paign there, and the least criti cal of our politicians would re fuse to give them credence. And yet they are in a very for ward stage. I do not allude merely to the military plans of campaign which are piled up in scores of the archives of the War Ministry, of St. Peters Ttnrr* Of fTim'r fivprv- ? one is aware. I speak of quite other and more significant things. Russian spies, for in stance, in the guise of scholars , and scientists, have made ex haustive studies of the country from Quetta to Madras and fiom Trivanderaiu to Darjeel ing, and their reports fill the 1 Oriental Archives of the Foreign Office. Missionaries have met and conversed with many of them in ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894

Subscribe TO THE 'CHRONICLE' —AND — Be Happy. Send Your Orders to tlie 'Chronicle Office' FOR JOB PRINTING. TO STAND THIS SEASON - AT - Church Hill, Monkerai, The Roadsteb Stallion Toumg SliEles, YOUNG SHALES by Flying Slmles (imp.) dam by Protection (imp.), from Deception by Now Warrior (imp.) TERMS : £2 Per Maro ; reduction for two or moro mares. Good secure paddocks provided. Ev cry euro taken, but no responsibility incurred. Awly — GEO. W. T1TCUME, Church Hill, Monlccrai. jWlffl) T° STAND ™IS SEAS0N SLiM BARRINGTON, The Blood Stalliok G K A T I S . Gratis- has stood 4 seasons at Barrington and given every satisfaction j his stock havo now been broken in and are very quiet-, and cannot bo surpassed as good hacks. Terms — Moderate, to meet tho times ; for Singlo Mare £1 15s ; Two or'more, property of same owner £1 10a each. Good Paddocks provided for mares, and ovory caro taken but no responsibility in curred. All mares to be paid for by the 31st of January, 1894. EDWARD CORBETT, ...

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Mining in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894

Mining in South Africa. I A S African -paper says : ' A good time — or a bad one — is at hand for the people who haVe for years past talked about the gold of Matabele land ; the big reefs, and the rich alluvial fields. In 1889, an authority on Matabeleland declared that the major part of the country i3 one vast and rich gold-field. Though the Matabele have never allowed any search for gold in the land actually inhabited by them, yet the chief wealth of the terri tory actually lies, as far as can be iudcred, in Matabeland pro per. Right through the royal town of Buluwayo runs an im mense reef carrying visible gold. Close alongside Umvot cha, the country residence of the king, is another great reef, also unable to hide the gold im prisoned within its bosom. To the north of the Shanghani, however,, lie what will prove to be the alluvial goldfields of the world. Gold is to be found in every stream over an area of several hundred square miles in that region. The question will soon be put...

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