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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Local and General . Axch.ic.sx. — On Sunday last His Lordship the Rev. Dr. Stanton, Bishop of Newcastle, conducted confirmation service at Clarenco Town, when 11 candidates were present. The church was crowded to excess 011 the occasion, many persons being unable to gain 'admission. Good News. — The Minister for Lands is granting extension of time for the payment of instalments on conditional purchases, each application being considered on its merits. IIoMEWAiiD Bound,— Sir John Hall, Colonial Secretary to Now Zealand, 40 years ago, and the moving spirit in the enfranchisement of womon in that colony, is in Sydney on his way to England. EtECTons' Eights. — Senior Con stable Preston informs us that electors must make personal application for their ' rights,' Otherwise they cannot be obtained. Ho will bo in attendance at tho police station to distribute thorn. Political. — Still thoy como. We stato on unimpeachable authority that Mr Thos, Dun, J.P., of Bungwnll, will ?be a candidate f...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT WEDDINGS. RECENTLY, says a writer in the Princess. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

ABOUT WEDDINGS. ' I Kzcf.ntly. says a writor in tho Pri»ccsa, \ I noticed ia tha correspondence! column or a lady's journal that a ' distressed fair ono ' was in difficulties about what to wear at a weddiDg. This raised in my mind a train ol thought. Why should tho question of dress for such an occasion ha moro absorbing than for any other t That it is so, I think low of my renders will question ? Is it to further tho hagipinoss of tho fair btido and manly bridegroom that tho guosts, via with caoh other in rielme^a of attiro ? It may bo, porhaps,' to please tlio former, for I havo heard of brides-oleet throwing out gontio hints to thoir connections that thoy would liko all tho visitors to ' look nice.' If this is so, all woll and good, for tho bride's wishes must bo' considoiod on this all-importo'nt day of lior lifo. I'lio reason thab prevails may be, how over, a benevolent d cairo to gratify tho spec tators, who aro suro to a3S.omblo, ospociully tlio poor ones who gather ab tho Ch...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

- Latest ISews. * ? . [By Telegraph.! SYDNEY, Thursday. I There are general rains in' the wes tern district. The Hawkesbury and Nepean rivers flooded, the former has over flowed its banks destroying the greater part of the maize crop, which was very abun dant. Camden is partially submerged and communication with Sydney is cutoff, cycione nas Bvept over xjuuibo, unroofing and destroying houses and tearing up trees along its track. Sir George Dibbs said in tho As sembly that no dissolution would take place till after May. Mr Slattery, Minister for Justice, declines to interfere in the sentences imposed on the offenders in the Sard Cash libel case. Twenty-six of the Adelaide unem ployed were fined £5, or two months, for camping in the Botanic Park. The1; Mining on Private Property has advanced a short stage, and ac cording to present appearances, the Upper HiWfle is going to crush the Bill. T \r ay river is now over the Government wharf at KeinpBey, and heavy gales are reported along t...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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THE STORY OF A BATHING SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

£HE STOKY OF A BATHING SUIT. Tjjey had been wedded a week and were spending their honeymoon ab. Dieppo, wh. re men aud women batbo in tho sea together. One day thoy woro down by tho shoro, whero. tho billows beat musically upon tl.o silver sands. ..... - v They had wandered away from the crowd in tho earlier morning, bub as tbo hour reception to thoba'thera thoy mingled again with tho tlirong and shyly tried the wetness of the waters. ? v - ? Sho was so blushing, so timid, aud ho so bravo, so daring. He mot the waves faco to faco.and breasted them, and when she screamed as a breaker dashed upon him, he said to her : ... ( ' Tut, tut, Mamie, it is nothing.' Strong limbed and litho nnd -lissom, ho was a picturo oven in bis bathing suit, and woll might Maraio feel that Gcorgo was a prize package. ♦ Onco moro thoy essayed tho billowy depths, and Georgo had mado a mighty effort agaiucjt a wavo to prevent himself and his fair brido from standing on their heads beforo a thousand oyes upon ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Municipal Council. A special meeting was held on Wed nesday last. There were present': — The Mayor, Aid. Abbott, Bruyn, Dark, Walker, and Kobson. ? A letter read from Mr. H. H. Brown ro subsidy, was received. Tenders for road work were opened, and that of R. Neilson for £11 10a ? t hiininl ground hill to the intersection of Loid and Mary Streets, was accepted. . The following accounts were passed for payment. — G. W. Redman, labor, £1 17s ; Thos. Howe, £1 10s, boun dary stoneB ; J. H. Hampton, £12, for contract in Mary Street ; and Ed. White, 12s for cleaning water tables. Tho valuation papers wero roferred back to assessors, for mnendufent. Aid. Dark moved— That this' Coun cil through tho Membor for the dis trict apply to the Vlii ister for Works for a'special grant of money for a new bridge at north of town, over Myall: _ Crook. Aid. Abbott seconded the motion, which wab carried unanimously. The Council then rose.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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ANECFOTES OF THE PRINCES OF WALES. THEIR FAMILY STORIES. LOVES AND MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

' ANECDOTES 'OF THE PRINCES OF WALES. THEIR FAMILY STORIES. LOVES AND MARR1A0E8. : Br JAMES GRANT. ?. Tnfcr auspicious ovonb of tbo hour— -tho . marrldgo of tho Dukpof York nnd Prlncoa's ..May — throws tho mind back upon old English story and the moving Incidents in . gt oat families connected with tho Princes t'jf-Wnles. ?. : 16 is a 'roll which rccalsmany a memory t dear to English hearts, V - In tho rapid review which follows, I noto ? «omo curious, half-forgotten anccdotos — I aomo rcroiniscenccs of atrifo and vlotory, Hoihts arid shadows of chcquorcd lovo, o,nd .. Mtecoho o! wedding bolls in the far-away past. AH theso aro marked by touches ' . i af nntnro which make the wholo world kin. ? THE FIRST' NUNCK OP WALE3. j That had been a simplo-mindcd gonera* ? lion of Welshmen to whom Edward L pre* eonted his baby boy, who had just seen the' * -tight in Caernarvon town, as a veritable » - * itPrinco of Walos. The victorious king, - ^ccapied with affairs of Stato, was sojourn , # ....

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Correspondence. I ft must bo distinctly understood that wo do not hold ourselves responsible for tho opinions expressed by our correspondents.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Tlio only Pnpor published ' . in tlio Durham ~ Electorate. An excellent AVVEIlTlSWa M E J) I V if f'uBim] Advertisements Por Inch ... ... ... 8f Evory subsequent Inch 1/6 Special Lotv Quotation* for ' Standing Advertisements'

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

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Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

THOS. BAKER, Practical Tailor, Dowling-streeVDTFNGOp-. BEGS to return thanks to hie numerous customers for frhair past support, and uriipc* by ptrict attention to business, In merit tk cjntinuanco of their patronago. I'nero is no need to send away for Clothes wiieiitboy con bo uiado as Cheap and as . tfuud in tlio town. . A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. ? My _ Tweeds, Cloths, - Doeskins, Serges, V:./ 'Llamas, Buckskins, Worsted a -d Bcavoi coatings, - ? Bedford and Manchester Cords, rS , Hair Lines, Ete. Aro all of the Best Matorials to pick from, vv- and well Bbrunk before making up. Tlie W.R.S.K Co. (LIMITED), Wc LARENCE TOWN. The Company's Steamer Cooreei eaves Clarence Town with Passengers and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and- FEIDATS at 9.30 a.m., and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at 9.15 a.m., until further notice. V ' E. LYALL, . Secretary. 2© J. A. JONES, ?family butcher Dtixib'OB' £N tating tliis opportunity to thank tlio pablio for past support, wishes to inf...

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A Murder Mystery. A CORPSE IN A BOX. London, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

I A Murder Mystery. A CORPSE IN A BOX. London, March 19. A shocking murder mystery is agitating London just now. The affair was brought to light by the discovery of the corpse ; of an elderly man in a house' in the vicinity of St Pancras, London. The body was found in si box. ? Investigations showed that — a^wonian who was a lodger in the house, on Thursday, last had a quarrel with a man who i was a lodger with her. . . ^ The dispute was a violent one and was overheard by the people - in the house. The quarrel took place on Thursday, and the man was never seen alive afterwards. On Friday the woman gave notice of her intention to leave ? on the following day (Saturday.). Ac cordingly on Saturday she re moved to Marylebone. Suspicion was* aroused by blood being fouud in the wash house, and the woman was ar rested on the charge of murder, and is now awaiting trial. The Earl of Winchester is reported to be selling his Ape thorpe-hall estates, Northamp tonshire, in order that his ten ant...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Tainting of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Tainting of Milk. \ - A oow feuding on grass that g'ows ;n (be , 1 r immediate vioinity of any putrid animal I matter will givo milk having tho worst kind I of a taint. I havo a ease that came to mj 1 1 knowledge laat summer and whioh provci- I this quite conoluaively. A factory in which j tho cheeses. wero well made had oocsidorable ? trouble with tho chcoees getting off flsvor when thoy wero about 20 days old. They . started a thorouch investigation nnd fouml : that tho troublo came from certain dairicf where the pastures bordered on a small' orcok, and upon examination of tbeso pastures it was found that tho offal from a ' daughter-house had been washed by thahigb : water down along the banks of the crock and i lodged Whero tho oows bad been feodiog. It : spoiled tho milk, that is, tlio germs of putra. ? faction from this decoying animal matter; lodgod on tho grass and were taken into the' animal Bystem. I am well satisfied that if i tho requisite moans aro used ^ho milk will ' c...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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When I'm Bala. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Wlien I'm liaM. j There's a question 1 would mention -, If ydu'll listen, wifo, to mc, For a fearful apprehension Now r.ud then creeps over if.o; When our lives havo reached the summit ?And tho turning point is tailed', And old age begins to ejo u«, Will you love me if 1^'mbald ? When no mote your gentle flngora a Wander through uiy waving hair i But go groping through the vautneea Of tbo whiteness ol tho v, (hair) ; When Old Time's fantastio fiogera O'er my face his namo baa sorawled, Dp you think that you can love mo Just tho same if I am bald t When my brow eliall oliamo tho tombstone As it rises bland an 1 bare, Writo therocn: ' This elab ie snored To biB lato lcinentcd hair; Like a grinning skull I'll haunt j?oa Till your senses stand appalled. Can you bravo tbo test, ciy darling, Will you lovo mo wfoen I'm bald} \yben my present jetty ringletk Havo not died, but gone before, And until I go to meet them They will oome— ah I— novermors, When tho flies ol fifty summers O'er my he...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Subscribe ? TO THE ?chronicle; —AND—. Be Happy. Send Your Orders to the ' Chronicle Office ' FOR . JOB PRINTING. Advertise in tlie 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay Yon. STAND THIS AT Church Hill, Monkerai, The Roadsteb Stallion Wtcffig] Stol©s5 YOUNG SHALES fay Flying Shales (imp.) dam by Protection (imp.), from Deception by New Warrior (imp.) TERMS : £2 Per Maro j reduction . for two or moro mares. Good eccuro paddocks provided. Evory i euro taken, bub no responsibility incurred, i Applt — GEO. W. TITCTTME, Church Hill, Monkerai. I , ,, glTj TO STAND THIS SEASON |J33PU AT THE XUftl BARRINGTON, Tim Blood Stallion «3- K A. VC X s . Gratis lius stood 4 seasons at Bnrrington unci given overv satisfaction j his stock bavo now been broken in and aro very quiet, and cunnot bo Burpussod a9 good hacks. ^ Terms — Modornto, lo meet tlio times ; for Single Maro £1 15s j Two or moro, property of sumo o»nor £1 10s caeh. Good Paddocks provided for mores, and ovory caro takon but no responsibility in* curr...

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Wyalong Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Wyalong vxoldfleld. The rush of minors to tho Wyalong goldfield seems to continue unabated, and according to a report sont to the Star, tho field is an exceptionally rich one. Speaking of the roofsthe corres pondent says : Mr Leonard has found a promising reef of brown ironstone showing splondid gold. It looks aB good as anything on the field. Messrs. m. jjuiiuii in v^uuioy, ana pariy nave found a reef east of Caasm's already reported. It is bolievod to be a con tinuation of tho former. It shows very rich stone. Great returns are pre- ? - dieted by Hassett and party, No. 1 N south-oast. Gorman has received the result of an assay at Clydo Chlonna tion Works, Sydney, but it is not yet '-..viiss made public. It is believed to be wonderFully good. Adjoining this claim aud Keith's, Casliman, Polking- ? ? - home and party, aftor many week'B search, have been rewarded by finding a splendid rcet, carrying grand gold lft to 2ft. wide. From tho roof called „ As Stanley's Blow Thompson, M'Donn...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Beats Fred West. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Beats Fred West. ' A correspondent at Jervis Bay sends the following veracious story to a ShoalhaVen paper: — 'Whilst Mr. Pepper was out in the forest timber cutting, the other day, he espied a large old man kangaroo bound ing towards him on a track that led close by a tree where Mr Pepper was standing. Be hind this the wary farmer planted himself, and as the huge anicfial landed beside him in a bound in passing, . Mr. Pepper with one spring was astride of the kangaroo, which nothing daunted, sprang along with renewed vigor. Gradually the jerking on to the ground slipped the daring riderover the . tail, to which, however, young Australia held on until the animal was compelled to slacken pace. A few strokes of a club finished the struggle. The tail was a splendid prize, and the kangaroo a fit load only for a ;? horse.

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Father's Returning To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Father's Returning To-day. What a stir anil a luiatlo is m that hoiine, ^ | So quiet an hour lioforo. Whoro changes aro makinjj 111 ovory place From garret to parlor door.' A'l faces are bright., tliurs a sound, too, o£ glee. The spirits of all are gay ; For tho news it lias como, and is known all round, Father a returning to-:! ay. - It was hrourrlithv t.hn linv-in lintlnnu nml rud, To maulons, a welcome lad ; And it spolco o£ Ins reaching somo well known port, Which JIioh mado tho household glad. i' ' j. Tlio wife Iiuh a gleam in lior bonny blue ; ? eyes, All her care has passed away ; Tlio message that cams has put joy hi her heart. Father's returning to-day. . . . . - There is life and emotion 111 ovory ono. From Bridget uloanmir tho room, ? ? To the cook an I her help, and tho man in ? ? ? ? tights. Who long has been acting groom. ' .../ Thero's a glow o£ contontinent in fcach young faco. - To dear littlo Rob's — at play, ? ' . Whreb bo les a warm welcome to ono so ? dear, — to...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Conscience Money. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

Conscience Money. The Railway commissioners have received the following let ter : — ' Enclosed are £2 for un paid fare, over two years ago. ? . I am saved now through the precious blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Saviour, the Lamb of God, who tdketh away the sins of the world. One who is happy in Him.' Enclosed were two £1 notes, but there was no signature to the letter, which, had been posted in Sydney. '[Would that the consciences of 'some delinquent absconders, who forget the un fortunate printer in their hur ried departure, may urge them to repent of their evil ways, get whitewashed, and follow the above example.]

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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OUR LODGED. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 22 March 1894

OUR LODGED. many strango things 'a 8 wor'^ ovoa away lioro EKtI tl'o bush,'' }§?$( said Mrs. Caf awij ' » forty, as bIio lit lior pipo and pro w ' cecded to onjoy ' tlio 'short cut, ~ which I had pro sontod to lior. Don't [fltaro fair reador. Mrs. Oafferty was ono of tho ',old sort a while-haired old Irish woman, who, notwithstanding hpr long rosidoiico in tlio colonios (or perhaps becauso of it), cherishod tlio 'dhudeen' as loyally as any of tlio country womon of lior ago in tho ' ould land.' For thoro it is no aur prioing spootaolo to soo an ancient darno Bitting by thb lircsfdo, with clay pipo in mouth. Mrs. Oaffurty fcopt a small accommoda tion houso on tlio Murchison road, in whioh, ono stormy night, tho writor found shelter for ' man and boast.' It was a rough building enough ; tlio front rooms only woro hiitlt of weatherboards. Tho back rooms, forming tho original hut in which tho old body had first camped, being of ' wattlo and dab.' I had finished an excellent buBh suppor, ...

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