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Second Innings [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

* Second Innings . W. Parrott, l.b.w. b Fisher ... 0 W. Barnes, b Fisher ... .4 J. Wallis, not out ...11 P. Haggarty, b Huxtead . ... .0 S. Haggarty, b Fisher ... 0 S. Kingston, c Fisher, b Huxtead 0 J; Garrett, o Levy, b Huxtead 1 G. Garrett, b Fisher 1 . J. Atkins, run out ... 1 J. Shelton, not out ... 4 Sundries ? ... ... 3 25

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

The only Papor published iu tho DunirAM ! ? Electorate. An excellent ADVERTISING MEDIUM Casual AdvertiBumcnls Per Inch ? ... 3b Every subsequent Inch 1/0 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 — 27 March 1894

. PcilLTAirUD KVRI1Y TCTESDA7 LND FRIDAY Mornings. AND CONTAINS Latest Telegraphic, Commercial, Local General New*. TERMS (in AdvnncoJ Por Quartor ? For Tear ? 20s

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

ABB GUABANTBEDTO GIVE EVERY SATISFACTION OTHBBWISB WILL BE EXCHANGED. 813 George-St., Sydney. (Opposite Railway Station) ( Tlio unrivalled Kbtlbss ') , 420g. \ Watoi*. A Strong, HoU- - 20s. ( ablo, Cheap **at«h. ) '* English Lever, full-jowolled, com £2 1 OS. 3 pensation balanco, 2 years' t guarantco. C Mv unequalled English Lovor, - ; X3 10s, « full covered cap, patent action, (. £ years* guarantee, (My epceial Koy or Koyless English u\ Lever, compensation balance, patent C action, 3 years guarantco C First-class Key or Kovlcss English JJ4 10s, 3 Lever, full covered cap, patent, (. hand finished. 4 years' guarantee. /First-class Koy or Keyless English pe \ Lover, compensation balnnco, full* 1 covered cap, nand finished, 6 yoars' ( guarantee. /Tito ACME English Lovor, full chro Tq) nometer balanco, adjusted, 15 ruby 1 jewels, a correct timekeeper, 6 years' C guarantco. Fly-back Minuto CHRONOGRAPHS £8 8s., Tho SPORTSMAN, £10 10s. Six Tears' guarantee. Highly recommonded. Ladies' Silv...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

THOS. BAKER, Practical Tailor, Dowhng-Btreot, DUNGOG. * BEGS to return thanks to his nimuroue piiBtoniora for th air past support, and urusci bv ftrict attention to business, In merit a cjntinuanoo of their patronngo. I'ficro 18 no need to send away for Clothes iriiciithcy can bo jnado as Cheap and as Good m tho town. ^ A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. My .. Tweeds, Cloths, DoeskinsfSergeB, ? Llamas, Buckskins, J'.' - Worsted a-*d Beavoi Coatings, ? Bcfl ford and Manchester Cords, ^ Hair Linos, Etc. :V« Aro nil of tho Best Materials to pick from, i 'kVand well- shrunk boforo making up. i 5,. Tlie W.R;S.N. Co. 7/ -s (LIMITED), ^CLARENCE TOWN. Tho Company's Steamer Cooreei eaves Clarence Town with Passengers and Cargo on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS, and. FBIDA.YS at 9.30 a m , and Newcastle on TUESDAYS, THUKSDAYS, and SATURDAYS „ at 9.1G a.m., until further notice. E. LYALL, . Secretary. ? ® * J. A. JONES, FAMILY BUT CHILE. Dixusoet XN taking this opportunity to thank tho public for past support, w...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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CANNINGALLA. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

CANNINGALLA. ? First Innings. 'W. Parrott, b H. Huxtead ... 11 . . -P. Haggarty, b W, Fisher ... O' J. -Wallis, b H. Huxtead ... 5 8. Haggarty, b W. Fisher ... 6 ' S. Kingston, b W. Fisher. ... 10 W. Barnes, run out 19. J. Garrett, b H. Huxtead' ... 2 G. Garrett, b A. Huxtead ...- 2 J. Atkins, b F, Huxtead , ... 1 . J. Shelton, b A. Huxtead ... ' 0 G.Stanton, not cut ... 0: ' Sundries ... ? ... 11 ' - , 67 '

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

. Second Innings. ? - - 8. Eapson, b Wallis 0 ? v, S. Duggan, .b Wallis - :.. 0 . W. Fisher, not- out ? ... ? 5 F. Huxtead, 'stp., b Wallis . ;'l ? H. Huxtead, b Garrett ... 0 Jewhurst^ c Garrett, b Perrqtt 20 G. Duggan, e and b Garretfc . 30 6 wickets for' ' lOi .

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

George Cameron (33)- was found drowned on Thursday night in a pool near Taralga, with his skull fractured. It is supposed that he was .thrown from his horse. At the end of 1893 Victoria had a population of 1,174,022, as against New South Wales's 1,223,370. Dr Eenwink, M.L.C., returned to Sydney, and was welcomed atEedfern by old, meuibors of the Chicago Ex hibition Oommission, and others. To be considered white is the one ambition of the European-clad Sand wich Islander. A very dusky maiden, clothed sumptuously in a parasol, wbb one day bragging of English enterprise in -one, embracive ' we.'. '* But you have no white blood in you,', said a bystander. ' On, yes, I . have,' she replied in triumph ; ' my greatgrand father helped eat Captain Cook.' '-. While in the show business in Penn sylvania Arteinus Word was put -to sleep in an attic where the sash had: been taken out for ventilation. In' the night it turned cold. Artemus Ward, got up, and was busy at the window. ' What' are you d...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

Sydney Markets. Sydney, Thursday Flour — Steady. Victorian stone, £7 10s to £7 15s ; new roller, £7 15s tn £8 per ton. Wheat — New milling quoted nomin ally ; chickwheat, good whole samples, dull, 2s 3d per buB. Maize — Firm.; new quoted to 2s.6d per bus. ; soft from 2s. Potatoes.— Local, £5 0s ; Circular Head, £4 5b Butter — Good demand ; creamery and beBt brands- of factory, 8£d-; fac tory, 6d to 7d ; dairy,- 6d to 7d per lb ; pastry, ,4d to 5d Bacon — band cured, 6d to 6Jd ; machine cured, 5dto 5$d ; middles, 7d to 8d. Hams — Colonial, 9d ,to 10d ; Eng lish, Is to la 2£d ; New Zealand at Is OJd.per lb ' i ? . ' -? Honey — From 3d to 3|d per lb, for pure. Lard — Dull ; finely rendered in. bladders, 3d to 4|d ; bulk 2d to 3d per lb. ' - Cheese — Dull ; market glutted ; best brands of ordinary, 2d to 3d ; second, l£d to 2d ; small loaf, 3d to 3£d per lb. ? Eugs — Gord supply and demand. le2dtols3d. Poultry — Prime, scarce ; inferior, plentiful. Fowls from 1b 6d to 2s 6d ; ducks, 28 ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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WAVERLEY GLADSTONE C. C. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

'WAVEELEY GLADSTONE .0. C. Fir.-t IuningB. C. Pearson, c Eeadett, b Stanton 9 J. Bignoll, b Stanton ... 7 V. Adnms, c Eeadett-, b Stanton (5 A. Smith, b Stanton ... 7 E. Smith, run out ... 10 11. 'Whayinah, c Hodgoa, b A. Bigr.ell .... ... 26 IT. A l'bntt, c and b Stanton 5 H. Husband, b Stanton ... 0 S. Brignoll, b Stanton ... 1 K Milli r, not out ... 2 J. Canron, sfp HnrlgOH, b A. Bijjnell ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... 1 75 St. Patrick's Day, tlio. 17th, wit JieBKOtl a match at Oanningalla be tween the Arabella and Canningalla ? toaniB. ' Tho weather was fine, which was riot olijroted to. Pluj commencnd . a!--o»t 11 o'clock, the visitors tnkinj; their stand at the wickets, thoir in nifigs closing for a total of 46; the principal contributors being .Tewliurst 11, Steve Duggan 10, W. Fialior 7. . An adjournment was ther. .inhdo to dinner, kindly and creditably provided by Mrs. Jas. Garrett, after which the home teMn went to the wickets, . tho ? innings terminating with 'a'heore of . 67...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

Cricket. A team of tho Wovevley Glndstono C. C., visited Dungog on Saturday, ond p'ayed a match with tho first olevon of . the- local club. Unfortunately tfto whole of thoir men did not put in^jm appoar&nce, and they were obligod to press E Smith, Joe Bignoll, and H. Abbott into service. The day was cloudy and sultry, nevertheless a lorne number of townspeople asaombled on the Park to witness the contest, nnd' ?: the juvenile portion of the onlookerB were exceedingly demonstrative in theie appreciation or disapprobation of tlio merits of tho various playerB. Indeed, it was found nocesyoi'y for n.' some of the oldors t-o'ro8oL__ )c-ir'ar- dor by threats of ejection. Hoadott - and Vic. Adams were skippers of respective teams, the. latter winning ' the toss sent the Dungog boys to - tlio wicket. The u,rou::d was wet and Bporigy, and the odds looked groat against any big scores being mado, but the redoubtable Alf. Bignoll, who with W. Boots took t he crease, soon show ed that a ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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High Society. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

High. Society. Not long ago society was shocked to learn that a gentleman falsely rep resenting himself as commissioned to procure titled husbands for Auatralian heiresses had victimised several mem bers of the British aristocracy, but instead of being sympathised with, the victims of the swindle were denounced as if they had done aomething to bring discredit on their class. An American lady journalist, in a series of interesting articles written for the Si James Oazette, now Bhows, however, that the purchase of 'social positions' is becoming a regular business conducted by impoverished nobles, who, being above supporting themselves by either manual labor or any vulgar trade_ in material commodities, set up as society brokers and act for clients on com mission. She relates her experiences with one of them, a titled lady, who offered to chaperone her for the sum of £2,000 and expenses, guaranteeing to get her 'as far as Buckingham Palace.' A husband was, however, to be an extra, and ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Eskdale. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

lijskdale. (From a Correspondent.) The residents here have been ac: quainted by Mr Kossbach that the placing of a punt at Eskdale has been indefinitely postponed, there being none available at present, on account of having to destroy one, it not being fit for further use. What appeared to be an almost finished work a few weeks ago is now apparently a great way off completion. Tliough disappointed by this protrac tion, we are still hopeful that a way out of 'this difficulty will soonbe found to appease the avidity of the residents, and that way can .consist of no other than the placing of a punt here. Mr A. Bothwell, late manager of the E. C. Creamery Co., has taken his departure to succeed Mr S. Bothwell, at Osterley. Mr Knudson takes charge at Eagleton. During Mr Bothwell's stay here, he has made many friends, who accord, him their best wishes in his new sphere of labour. It is with profound regret that I have to chronicle the Bad death of a young man, Ambrose Earnest Glover, of Gl...

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 — 27 March 1894

MAITLAND. E. w. spare's REPORT. ' Fat Cattle. — There being no sales held at Campboll's Hill oh Monday. In consequence of this a week's supply was yarded to-day. There waa a good demand for prime quality cattle and prices for these were firm. Graziers stepped in and bought a large number of the medium cattle and agents were enabled to clear consign ments. I have sold — For H. Dearda, bullocks from £2 4s 6d to £3 12s Gd, steers at £1 ISs ; W. Marshall, bul locks from £3 Is to £3 12b, cows and heifers from £1 10s to £2 lis, steers from £1 6s to £1 17s ; F. Bnwer, steers from £1 7a 6d to £1 10s; P. J. 0: McDonald, cows and heifers from £1 10s to £2 7s ; W. Tripp, bullocks from £2 14b 6d to £2 17s 6d, steers (2 to 3 years old) from £1 13s to £1 158, light steers from £1 7s 6d to £1 9s 6d ; Mrs Mackay, bullocks from £3 9s to £4 lis ; Capt. Mayne, bul locks from £3 3s to £4 2s, do. from £4 4s to £5, light bullocks from £2 16s 6d to £3, cows at £2 14s ; E. Logan, bullocks from £3 6s to £3 ...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Commercial. DUNGOG [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 27 March 1894

Commercial. DUNGOG II. 0. Diirk & Co. report ub follows : — Mnizo: nominal. Eggs, 7d to 8d doz, falling. Chaff, 33 ; dull Bncon, Butter, 'Id to Cd Cedar, Board, l&s to lGs per 100ft, DugIib, Is 6d to 2s Fowls, Is 6d to 2s Potntoos, 3s Gd to 4s ant. Oats, 2s. Beeswax, 8d per lb. Honey, 10s tin. (Kerosene tins objeotion nblo.) Oapo barloy, 2s Gd ; English barely, 2s Gd. Edward Pipor reports — Maize — Tho murkct is so orratio that prices cannot be quoted. Oats, 2s por bushel Honoy, 7s Gd to 10s por tin | plentiful. Barley, 2a to 2s Gd per bushel Potatoes, plentiful ; 3s to 4s. Chaff, very plentiful tio dornnnd. Eggs, X am always willing to give inorkct prices in quotntion. Bacon, nono offering. Wax, 6d to Od Cedar, boards 12s to 16s, Butter, a complete gift. I am offering quan tities at 3d lb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

Subscribe ?TO THE 'CHRONICLE' *?: ? AND ? ; ? Be Happy . Send Your Orders to the ' Chronicle Office' FOB JOB PRINTING. Advertise in the 'CHRONICLE' It Will Pay You. S. E. SELIG, Practical Watch and Clock Maker, Jeweller, Optician, etc., DOWLING 5TREKT, DXINQ09. To the Inhabitants of Dungog and Swroundiny District. \TTAVING- bcon induced to :start in- jour. JLjL ? district, I beg to offer- you first-clnas worVjitnd 'sincerity hope tlint you .will., pat*, rouiso u»e, so as tokcep a ni-st,cla89tradc»ntan in tlio district. I know as a rulo, after tho public liavo lmd tlieir watches aud jowellcrj botched by so'Callt'd ?watclinuxkors, that thej aredubious' about giving thoir work to others, i but you can safoly bring jour watches and jowellery to mo and got them well and skilfully . I repaired Tho work will bo .dono punctually | and also guaranteed.! also intend periodically I visiting tho different towns around Dungog, and uny work you may havo you can savo for mo, and itwiU bo returned ...

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How Strong Men are Upset. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

Ho vr Strong Men are Upset. It is curious to note the ' strange trifles that can upset jpeople of strong mind and powerful physique. The sight of a cat will drive some persons to abject despair alid- horror, others are overcome by a scent or a sound which has no terror for the rest of the world. The late Sir Richard Burton — a strong man, if ever there was one — used to faint away at the smell of honey, relates ' Hearth and Home.' One night he Avas at a dinner party and took in a lady. During dinner he was very lively, and ? talkative, -but towards -dessert ho suddenly became absent ??? and distrait, ? turned- rather pale, and kept looking about the room. At length a friend asked him if anything was the matter.- '. I am sure there is some honey in the room,' he .replied. ' P '? shall have to go — I can't stand the smell of it.' The hostess was asked about, it, and ..she . told Sir Richard not only ; was j- ? - there no honey in tho room but none in the house. Neverthe less, he still...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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The Revolver Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

The Revolver Abroad. ^ History tells of a celebrated prisoner who, after enduring imprisonment for twenty long years, suddenly gained his libery by a masterstroke of daring. He opened his prison door and walked o u t. He could have done that the day after he entered, but he was so full of schemes for cutting .through the stone walls, and burrowing beneath the cell floors, and the like, that he had no time to give the simpler form of escape a single thought. Even this has been improved upon, according to the cable, by a Buffalo City forger, who, - while being tried, suddenly *-? drew a pistol, and shouting ' hands up,' kept the Court under cover while he slippfed out and turned the key on the indignant but helpless crowd inside. This was not a strictly ? ? legal thing to do, even in America, but it simplified the . law proceedings very much, v aud any man who does that Confers a benefit on society at ? large. Matters arc evidently -growing lively in the States, for .it is also record...

Publication Title: Dungog Chronicle : Durham And Gloucester Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

Auction Sale. Carlton and Abbott HAVE received instructions from theownortope.il at the Union Shed, TO-MORROW, A CONSIGNMENT of FURNI TURE, consisting of Austrian Chaira, Client of Drawer*, Cedar Tables. GALNANISED IRON TANK, Aho ' 1 Harness IONY, thoroughly quiet in Saddlo and Harness. A great goer. Teiijis Cash. Notice. A LL Stock TRESPASSING in thft XX Slaughterhouse Paddock will be impounded after this date. ? ( t-'. CARLTON. Notice. T WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE X for any DEBTS whatever contrac ted in my muno after thiB. date with out my writ Ion authority. ANDREW NEWELL, senr., Foaterton, Near Dungog. March 28, 189i. NOTICE. 'jlTR. JAS. SMITH is hereby au 111 lliorised to Impound any Stock Trespassing on my Farm or Paddocks at Broukfield, after this date. ? THOS. CARLTON. To Let, BEICK COTTAGE, lately occupied by Mr J. Waterhouso, in Lord Street Apply to A. DONALDSON, Dungog. Tenders. SEPARATE TENDERS &ro invited for painting and plumbing New Two Storey Wooden Buildings fo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser — 30 March 1894

A tree fell on a man namod Thurs ton, -near Moreo, on Sunday night, killing him instantly. A man- named Charles Haulsloy, a strong swimmer, was' drownod last week in a Whirlpool in Mooki Crook, near Quirindi. A- ricb-.'-ibid, of quartz - lias hoen made at 280ft. at Boney's Rocks, noar Canpw'indrar The specimens aro ex pected to yield 50 oz. to tho ton. The debt on the Italian Stato rail ways is £200,000,000, and the annual deficit is £8,000,000. The sealers of Newfoundland ex pect that the season will be. n complote failure. In tho Steeplechase at the Onkapa rinka races (S.A.) the Melbourne' horse Beau Brummel fell and broke his neck, Williams, tlie-jockey, having his collarbone smashed. ; Tho Socialists in Austria aro organ ising a general strike for eight hours and universal suffrage. Horao mango has again broken out in tho Maclean district. Tho Newfoundland fishermen who drifted out to sea on icefloes have boon found. Two of thorn had porished fioin tho cold.

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