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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
THOS. BAKER, Practical Tailor, Dowling-Btreot, DUNGOG. BEGS to return tlmn-8 to bio numerous customero for Hi air pnsfc support-, and trufti by Mrict attention to business, to merit a ivntinuaneo of their patronogo, l'fiero is no need to send away for Clothe* wftentbey can bo nado as Cheap ond .as UuOd .in tlio town. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. ' My Tweed s, Cloths, - Jjoerkine, Serges, ,? Llamas, Buckskins, , Worsted a-d Bravci Coatings, Bedford (ind Manchester Cords, -\V V''.. Hair Lines, Etc. , Arenll of the Best Materia's lo ji'11* from, , 'and well shrunk boforo making up. Illif '- slU^ t^The W.K.S.N. Co. (LIMITED), feliARENCB TOWN. --?55 ? - ? . Tho Company's Steamer Cooreei J envea Clnrence Town with PaBsengpro -snd Cargo on MONDAYS, TVED *1 ' NESDAYS, and FRIDAYS at 9.30 ^ , ' a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THUKSDAYS, and SATUBDAYS at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. „V E. LYALL, Secretary. F K -J. A. JONES, gt^MILY BUTCHER Dtuibob. -ttto opportunity _ to thank the ; , X' pu...
A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
'Xstrangk STORY. ^ Diu W. H. IU'Sijklj, ctml ribules to Sala'a l*/'onrnal tho following:— In a. certain sleek, handsome young- Mahommedan . appeared . in London, : and gradually expanded* as ifc wore, until ho overflowed to Brighton. V IIo was met in country ?houses, ana. was wucn tavoureu uy lames, to whom his good looks, graceful manners, and, perhaps, his poculinr complexion, weio . agreeable. Azim Oollah Khan was the n^ont of Duudoo Punt, tho adopted eon of tlio Pcishwa; . Ho camo as tho; envoy of an injured Indian Prince, ono whoso narao was nob thonkuown out of India, buvo to tho few English statesmen who took an interest ? - in tho politics of Hindustan. In threo years, tho name of.,that man,, known to. tho British .as Nana Sahib, bccamo notorious , and infamous all over tho world. -Azim Oollah Khan's mission in London was a failure. Ho loft- England to return to Cawnporo— bo did not go straight ; it was not his custom. - Just after tho failure of.oitr assaiilton tho Redan, o...
Eskdale. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
Eskdale. (From a CoRRESHJNDENr ) We have ' again been visitod by a flood, inundating all the low-lying and fertile land, and destroying almost completely, the whole of the ci-ops,- - consisting chiefly of maize, broom-mil- - let, lucerne, potatoes, &c Dairying in this district is carried on to a large extent, and in many in- .:;?? stances, the dairymen, on account of the flood have been obliged to travel ? : for miles in order to do their milking, : the cattle having been turned out on v the high lands. - In this part of the district, the flood of this week was not as high, as ltB predecessor in March, 1893 by several . v. feet, and ncjt nearly bo disastrous to . : live stock, although some cases of drowning have occurred. ? The'' farmers last week had every ?? prospect of a good harvest, which was badly needly, mostly on account of losing a'l their crops last season; but : - now they can see n .thing but destruc- :? tion— crops levelled to 'lie ground and partly hidden from...
COPELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
COPELAND. Mr Price was met upon his arrival at Gloucester by a number of horBe .men from Copeland, who accompanied him to Copeland. Upon entering the ti-wn he was met by the Copeland Brass Band, and escorted ii.to town. The party then adjourned to Host Brockwell's, who proposed Mr Price's health; which was responded to with musical honors and cheers. Mr Price afterwards addressed a meeting on the M ining on private lands League, and pointed out that the new Bill, altl'ough not perfect yet, en deavored- to offer a fair compromise between tho landowner and the miner, andurged that all legislation should deal ''airly with all parties. He was loudly cheered, and a vote of thanks given on the motion of Messrs. Seeman and Johns.
MAITLAND. E. W. SPARK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
MAITLAND. E. W. BPARK'S BEPOBT. ' Fat Catile. — Large supplies yarded to a good' attendance of buyers, and for any prime cattle competition was brisk. I have sold — For D. Kennedy, bullocks from £3 to £4 4s, cows from £1 13s to £2 lGs, light bullocks at £2 13s Gd ; Jno. Adam, bullocks from £3 3s to £3 8s, ditto (rough) from £2 9s to £2 15s ; W. Adam, cowb at -.£2; G. T. CarmichaeJ, bullockB from ,'£2 Is to £2 13s ; Duncan Kennedy, - bullocks from £2 4s to £2 16s ; S. J. Carlton, bullocks from £3 17b Gd to £4 ; Y. Carlton, bullocks from £3 to £3 15s ; E. Underwocd, bullccks from £3 7s to £4 Gs ; A. James, bullocks at £3 14s ; F. Mather, bullocks at £3 19s ; J. T. Junor, light bullocks at £2 15s. - . Eat Calves. — 1 here was a brisk de ? mand for prime quality, aud prices for these were very firm.
Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
Cottage .Hospital. A meeting o ft committee of : the Cottage Hospital was held at the Hos pital on Wednesday last. ' Present : Messrs. E. Piper (Vice-president, in the chair), VJ. A. Jone--, J. Sheridan, D: J. Bruyn, Dr. McMath, and Revs. F. Dixon and D. Baird, hou. sec. The minutes of last meetiug were read and uuiiuruieu. A letter was read from the ? Chair man of the Maitland Amateur Min trels offering to give an entertainment u town for the benefit of the institu ;ion,but owing to the bad times, the :ommittee thought it better n. t to ac lept the offer at present, and the ee :retary was directed to, write accord ng!y. A motion was carried thanking the Jricket Clu'rfor their donation to the unds of tlio .'ospital. A letter was read from the. Town 'lerk stating that the matter of the oad leading to the Hospital had been -ut into the hands of the Works Com littee. Accounts were pa-sed for payment o the matron for £3 17s lOd, and to VIr E. Pioer for articles nurchased bv I the mntron...
Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
Sydney Markets. Srdnev, Thursday. . ? Elour— Steady. Victorian stone, £7 10s to £7 15s ; new roller, £7 15s tn £8 per ton. Wheat — New milling quoted nomin _' ally ; cliickwheat, good whole samples, dull, 2s 3d per bus. Maize— Fair supplies ; new quoted /. to 2s 6d per bus. ; soft from 2s. . Potatoes. — Local, £2 15s ; Circular Head, £3 10a Butter — Good demand ; creamery .and best brands of factory, 8Jd ; fac tory, 6d to 7d ; dairy, 6d to 7d per lb ; '??.pastry, 4d to 5d Bacon — hand cured, 6d to 6Jd ; machine cured, 5dto 5Jd ; middles, 7d 'to 8d. /:?. Hnms — Colonial, 9d to lOd ; Eng ? Jish, lo to Is 2|d ; «New Zealand at Is 'Ojd.p'er lb , Honey— From 3d 'to Sid per lk, for pure. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in bladders, 3d to 4d ; bulk 3dto3£d per lb. ?- Cheese — Dull ; market glutted ; best ' brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d; second, l^d lo 2d; small loaf, 3d to 3£d per lb; Eggs — Eair Bupply and demand. lOd to Is. Poultiy — Prime, scarce; inferior, ? plentiful.' Et wis fiom Is 6d ...
ALDERNEY OR JERSEY CATTLE FOR DAIRY PURPOSES. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
I ALDERNEY OR JERSEY CATTLE FOR DAIRY PURPOSES. To the Editor Sir. — I notice in my letter of the other dny re the above (in the last paragraph) a mistake occurs by in serting the word, 'bullocks' instead of 'milkers'; ahd should read as fellows — 'The Alderney crossed on Ayrshire, 'or .common cows pr.odiico 'splendid mi 1 k e r s, -'b o t h for 'quality and quantity.' At the Pen rith Show held last month, the centre of a large dairying district, the prin cipal prizes in the dairy sections ware won by Mr. Blackie, with his Alderney and half bred Alderney cows, including the champion test prize for butter producing. — I am, etc., H. H. BROWN. March, 13/94,
No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
'1 In' n efs at Wyaloi.g are spiead ?over a very wide aiea, being found in different uiiections and in strongly contracted matrices. . ^ The icvenue for March so far is litter, conpnred with the first 10 days ?of Ma. ch last year, by £45,369. / - Ammfi^lie mtaBurf s of reform to le - , intrc'duteaYii to .the House of Com-/ moDB aie the one- nian- one-vote, local ,^,V option,- ar.d the creation of conciliation beards for the settlement; of labour ' disputes.
Maitland District Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14TH, 1894. NEIL v. HENNY. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
Maitland District Court. Wednesday, March 14td, 1894. NEIL y. HENNY. This was on action brought by Ge i. ' Neil, contractor, of Bendolba, against : V. v Anthony Henny, of Myall Creek, for trespass, and the amount claimed was £200. Mr Soiling appjar-d for plaintiff. Mr Thompson for defendant. The detence was not fiuilty ; that the lmds were hot the lands of plain- : tiff; that tho cattle ommitting tho trespass were n -t the property of plaintiff; and, by way of cross action, defendant says that during tho twelve months preceding the action, plaintiff - on various occasions and times broke ? and entered certain landdot defendant - and depastured the same with horses and cattle, tho damage for which de fendant claimed £30. Both parties 'occapisd adjoining lands, plaintiff being in possession of 120 acres of fenced grazing land where defendant's horses and cattle, to. the -number of at least 15 head, including a bull, had on various times trespassed, plaintiff alleged that his fence had...
Church Services. MARCH. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
Church Services. MARCH. , Omrnon of Knot, and Sunday 18th. — Dungog 10.30, Rev. ,T. Vosper; 7.30; Underbank 10.30, Bendolba 3, Mr. King ; Clarenco Town 7.15, Confirmation, Tho Bishop. J. VOSPHIl, Incumbent. PHE3 MYTH MAN. Sa'ibath 18th.— Dungog 10.30, Mr F. * A. Hooke, 7.30 R-w. D. Baird ; Fosterton 3, Mr G. A. Mnckayj Tellegherry 10.30, Mr J. A. Mac kenzie; Monkerai 11, ltov. U. Baird. filSV. DAVID BAIRD. . WESr.ETAN. . Sabbath 18th. — Dungog 10.30, Rev. F. Dixon, - 7 30, Mr H. Sholton; Wednesday 7 30, Rev. F. Dixon; Bandon G.-ovo 3 (Sacrainont), Rev. F.Dixon; Chichester : 7.30, Rev. F. Dixon. KEV. F.DIXON Koman Catholic. Sunday 18th. — Duugogll; Brookfiold 9; Clarence Town 11. Holy Thursday 22nJ. — Dungog 9 ; Brookfield 9. Good Friday — Dungog 9 ; Brookfi- Id 9. '? EisterSunday — Brookfield 9 ; Dungog 11 ; Clarence Town 11. RKV. J. FLYN.Y Baptist. Lord's Day 18th. — Tbnlaba 3, P.istor ? R. J. Middloton, lord's supper, , 7.30 evangelistic service, tlio Pas tor will conduct. Wednesd...
Gloucester Races. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
Gloucester etaces. The following weights have been de--' clared for Gloucester races on the 25th April. — Flying Handicap, Mount Morgan, 9-5 ; Scientist, 9-5 ; Cangon, 8-10 ; Kingston, 7-'Ji ; She Oak, G- 12 ; . G'.enrock, 0-12 ; Oiinan,G-12. LadieBj Mile, Mount Morg in 9 3; Sciuutist, 9-3 ; Cangon 8-8 ; Kiugat0!i,7-2 ; Tho Oak, G 10 ; Glenrock, 6-10.; Orman.' 6-10; Follefurine, 6-10; Cotio' d^, Lion, ? G-7. Gloucester Handicap, Scientist, 9st ; Cangon, 8-5 ; Adven ture, 8-1 ; Kingston 6-13.
Charity. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
Charity. It is pleasing to note that the young folk of this town during the present . hard times are doinrr wluut they-can in a small way to alleviate the distress of those whom they think are in need. On Tuesday evening a good audience attended at the Centennial Hall to witness a second entertainment got up entirely by children, and it does them, great credit for the manner in which everything was carried out. On the curtain being removed, Miss Maud Lillyman as chairwoman, stepped for ward and said in her well known style, ' Ladies and gentleman, it gives me much pleasure to take the position of Chairman (?) this evening. Of course you all know the object of this enter ment, and I think you will agree with me that it is a cause which should be upheld. We do not know when ad versity will visit any of us here present to-night ; and in such case would think it very hard indeed if nobody made any effort to help us. I thank you for your attendance here ; we do not expect to take a large...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 16 March 1894
To the Editor. Sir, — I must crave space in your valuable columns to point- out an in sult that the residents of Copeland have just cause to feel indignant with. On Tuesday week last, the Gloucester Post and Telegraph Master permitted a message to be forwarded from his office to the Copeland Post and Tele graph Master, stating t'-at Mr A. liei chert, of Gloucester, had lost his life by drowning. Mr Lee, our respected Post-master, at once made known the sad news, and as Mr Reichert is well known here and highly respected, the report cast great gloom over this little town. A number of our townspeople were about making preparations to leave for Gloucester, when another message arrived to say that Mr ltei chert was alive and well, and that ,-n nf.Ti inn- carmilo Wl l.im Now, Mr Editor, what the public do expect from Government servants, especially in Post and Telegraph of fices, is truthful and honorable con duct. There is no fun in reports like the one I now complain of. If it was inte...