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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
good. 1 there *i. The, I&lt;not given. Isy £ repis . ~iXLX TBMiORiPn on iTie^nade. the following BT6 venue returns for 1893 at the Ttemury thin evening, t that the anticipated deficit shiiddYred Whan the Budget np*ech was SniSle on October 19 of £201,'23n 4B Gd bus %apn wiped out. and in lieu tbpreof an actual snrplnsof about £16,000 has been obtained. This nam may possibly be increased to a email extent when the vouohers are received at tho Treasury for money paid, into the Government nooount in various parts of the colony during the day." "When (he Budget speech was made," continued Sir George, "T stated that the income for the year 1893, autual aad estimated, would be £9,521,992, or a ilocrea.se nn the revenue for the previous year of £986,000. Now, the actual revenue received up to date is £0,738.525 19s 3d, or £210,533 better than was expected. It is, however, likely that a email supplementary estimato will be required for this year beyond the Hums voted in the estimate...
LANDS OFFICE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
LANDS OFFICE REVENUE. Following are the collections at the Crown Lands Office, Oubbo, for the quarter ending 31st December, 1893 : £ s d Auction sales... ... 2042 18 7 Deed fees ... ... 1(5 0 0 C.P. deposits ... ... 2174 13 4 C.P. instalments ... 2581 1 5 C.P. survey fees ... 265 15 11 Transfer fees ... ... 86 17 0 Complainants' deposit ... 10 0 0 Payment for Improve ments on C.P. ... 21 5 6 1 Conditional lease deposits 116 15 5 Conditional lease survey fees ... ... 149 9 1 Conditions! lease rents... 2226 0 8 Annual lease rents ... 402 I 9 JJesidenlial lease rent ... 2 12 6 LeaBfl transfer fees ... 4 5 0 Timber licenses ... 3 10 0 Improvement purchase deposit ... ... 10 0 Lithographs, «tc. ... 16 0 £10,10:» 12 Total amount of collections at Lands Offico for year 1893-£50,24:2 Is Id. The New South Wales rerenue returns for the year shovr a surplus of aboat £16,000. and a decrease on last year's returns of £769,567. J.T. Laa« '7 fears irifli Wtfr«I3, of Oxford-street, trTtLQ»»T, Haird...
NEW AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
SEW AUSTRALIA. ADEUIDS, Sondgr-. AFTER a few days' stay at the Semaphor the Royal Tar sailed for Paraguay, with f * second batch ot the New Australians, » 8 o'olock this morning, In addition J~ large orew, the Royal Tar ha* on board passengers. Oaptain Kennedy ha* deoided whioh route he will take. It dejpiuisl on the winds. The Royal Tor will ntpife to Fort Adelaide in Hay next. The passengers comprise 46 labourers, 14 i bush men. 10 miners, 18 hounewitra^,- fir* farmers, 4 carpenters, 4 shearers, 3 « 3 printers, 3 engineers, 2 cooks, 2 2 blacksmiths, 2 ploughmen, and including a chemist, earreyor, i ~ journalist, sinter, and telegraph t It is stated on good authority third batch of New Australians » Port Adelaide in M«ruh nest, by whioh the associatinu intend to pur ' is also announced that a sufficient i person b an enrolled no# io fill J reasels, Mr. M'Naoght, the org^nitw,3 Viotoria on Monday, iftnwnty Sydti^", Hobart, and New
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
THE MAILS. MAILS GLOBE FOB Sydney. Bathurit, Orange, «tc-Daily at 4.15 p.m. Bourbe. Nyngao, Nurromine, etc- Daily at 7.45 a.m. Cooitamble. Gilgandra, etc - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Cobborah, Mnrrungnndy and Ballimore Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 0.30 a.m. Tomingley and Peak Hill - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.45 a.m. Obley, Belnrbiffal and Minore-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Fonto and Terra Bella - Mondays and Wednesdays, at 0.30 a.m. Tenandra-Tuesdays and Fridays, 9.30 a.m. MAILS ABX DELIVERED FROH - Sydney, Orange, Bathurst, etc-Daily at 10 a.m. Bourk-e, Nyngan, Narromine, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. Coonatnble, Gilgandra, etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Cobborah, Murrungundy and Ballimore Mondays 9 a.m., Thursdays, 4 p.m. Tomingley and Peak Hill - Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 4 p.m. Obley-Mondays and Thursday", 4 p.m. Ponto and Terra liella - Tuesdays and Saturdays. 4 p.m. Tenandra-Mondays and Thursdays, 4 p.m Bel&r...
RAINFALL FOR 1893. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
RAINFALL FOR 1893. Inches D&j January ... 2-09 fell in 7 February ... 1 '83 " 4 March .. 3-fir, " 7 April ... 1 47 " 7 May ..2 10 " 8 Juno ... l'OG " 14 Jiuly ...2-01 " 8 August ... l'S9 ,, 11 September ... 49 " 9 October ... 2'25 " 9 November ... 3-08 12 December ... 72 " 6 . Total .. 24-64 102 On eleven days in tbo yeariho maximum beait exceeded lOOdeg. The highest re corded was on December 25, when it was lO0deg. The lowest temperature registered tiutring the year was on July 4, when it was I ISjicf;, or 13deg. bells'?- freeaog point, I I i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
CATARRH, HAY FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS. A New HOME TREATMENT. Sutfebbbs are cot generally aware that these diseases are contagions, or that (bey are due to the presence -of Living parasites in the 1 lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes. Microscopic research, however, has proved this to be a fact, and the resnlt ifl that a ample remedy has been formulated wheieby these distresaingdiseases are rapidly and permanently cured by a few simple applications made at borne by the patient I once in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining 1 bis new treatment ib sent on receipt of 2ii stamp by A. BUTTON DIXON, 4.1 and 4o East Bloor St. TORONTO, Canada A syndicate has been formed in London to work the Bingara (K S.W.) diamond fields, and a &lt;sompany will shortly be floated. "We most heartily recommend Wolfe's Schnapps aw a pore iuvigorant, good alike for men, n-omen, aud even infanta. It tone* &ud btunes up ihn h-ystera and aids digestion. One pound oider* arc placvd under ...
The Welcome Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
The Welcome Mine. With the commencement of the year &nbsp; chlorides of silver and gold together were &nbsp; found in the claim, a ton sample of which sent to Sydney gave a return of 21½oz. gold and 140 ozs. of silver for the parcel. Another parcel of two tons sent afterwards gave a return of 14ozs gold, and 30 ozs. silver. However, owing to the extreme difficulty and expense experienced in getting the stone treated, the proprietors decided to treat the ore locally and chance the loss. They now calcine the stone and obtain satisfactory results, the last lot of seven tons giving a return of 35 ozs. In alluvial mining our fields present a respectable show, and a great improvement has taken place within the past few months. At Paddy's flat a number of miners knock out small wages, and in the vicinity of the old Golden Hole a number of parties are making good wages. A word or two about Burra Burra. The prospectors have a good claim, which will return them about £2000 a m...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
To Correspondents. ATTENTION to the following rules may save a good deal of trouble or disappointment. With every communication must be sent the name and address of the writer, not not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith ; otherwise, no attention can be paid to the letter. Rejected communications will not be attained. The writers should keep drafts or copies. We claim the right to excise anything which we deem objectionable from letters ; and correspondents who decline to accede to that course can say so they send their &nbsp; letters. Should we find correction necessary, under these circumstances the letters will not be published in the LIBERAL. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive personalities, are two things which we specially commend to the notice of corres- pondents,, if they wish to be certain that their communications will be accepted by us. Enquiries on matters unconnected with our business can only be answered through the office when t...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. FURTHER advices from South Africa state that the natives emphatically declare that portion of Captain Wilson's party escaped in the direction, of a hill near Fort Salisbury. Renewed rioting has taken place at Trupani in Sicily. The mob burned down the offices of the tax collectors and released prisoners concerned in previous riots. Palermo has been placed under martial law. It is believed that the Duke and Duchess of York will, in reply to the invitation to visit Australia, state that they are highly flattored by such & unanimous request from all the colonies, but they require time to con- sider whether it will be possible for them to accept it.
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ven Archdeacon Wilson, Incumbent. Holy Trinity, Dubbo - Sunday, Jan. 7, Morning 11, Evening 7.30 &nbsp; Holy Communion at close of morning service. Afternoorn children's meeting in the school house at 3. Week-night service Thursday, 7.30 p m, when Archdeacon Wilson will commence a course of lectures on the Acts of the Apostles. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev, Father Byrne. St. Bridget's, Dubbo. - Sunday, Jan. 7, Mass 8 a.m. and 11 a.m ; Vespers, 7.30. Friday, Stations of the Cross at 7-30. Mass at Dubbo every morning at 7. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH &nbsp; &nbsp; Rev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. Jan. 7 - Dubbo 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Evening service in the Hall. Subject : - "The veil between us and God." WESLEYAN CHURCH. Rev. J. Tarn. Jan. 7 - Dubbo, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m TO THE DEAF. - A Gentleman who cured himself of Deafness and Noises in the Head, after fourteen years' suffering, will gladly send full particulars of the remedy post free. Addr...
Open Column. DUBBO CO-OPERATIVE BUTCHERING COMPANY, LIMITED. To the Editor of the LIBERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
Open Column. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions expressed in letters under this heading.] DUBBO CO-OPERATIVE BUTCHERING &nbsp; COMPANY, LIMITED. To the Editor of the LIBERAL. SIR. - Some considerable time past the pros- pectus of the above company was issued, with an array of "Provisional Directors," &c., &c &nbsp; The town was canvassed for subscribers. and I have no doubt that there wore many who, like myself, took up shares and paid the application fees. There was one meeting of subscribers called, over twelve months ago, to elect directors, &c., but no business was transacted, and since then there has been nothing, I believe, done in the matter. ' I would ask these Provisional Directors what, they mean to do ? Whether they intend to try and float the company (which is, I think, impracticable) or return the money received in application fees ? LAMB December 29, 1893.
SPEIGHT V. SYME LIBEL CASE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
SPEIGHT V. SYME LIBEL CASE&gt; MELBOURNE, Monday. THE libel case, Speight v. Syme, proprietor of the AGE newspaper, is still unfinished. On Saturday the proceedings in the court extended from 10 in the morning till after 11 at night, and resulted in unlooked for &nbsp; complications, and in the issue being involved in more uncertainty than ever. At noon on Saturday it was found that the jurors were not within measurable distance of a verdict, and the court was adjourned till 4 o'clock. At half-past five Mr. Justice Hodges said the jury were not yet of one mind, or likely soon to be, and another adjournment was made till half-past seven. &nbsp; Soon after that hour the jury came into court, and the foreman announced that eight were on one side and four on the other, and there was no hope of their getting any further. Mr. Justice Hodges urged them to make one more effort to secure a three-fourths verdict. After an interval the jury said that they would return a...
PEAK HILL GOLD RETURNS FOR 1893. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
PEAK HILL GOLD RETURNS FOR 1893. From our reports we find that the total quantity of gold obtained from the district of Peak Hill for the year 1893 amounts to 11,183 ounces, of which quantity 8852 ounces have been derived from reefs, and 2233 ounces from alluvial mines. The following list will show relative quantities derived from the mines of this field: - Name of Mine ... ... ... Tons Oz. Peak Hill Proprietary ... 10,091 . . 4,731 Great Eastern ... ... ... 1,678 . . 1,494 Great Western ... ... .... 1,481 . . . 527 Crown of Peak Hill ... .... 500 . . . . 200 Wjihes and Mooney ... .... 311 . . . .165 Welcome Mine .... ... ... 36 . . . . .130 Miscellaneous ... .... ... 4,246 . . 1,903 .... .... .... .... ... 18,343 . . . . 8,852 Alluvial gold ... ... ... .... .... ..11,185 ------------- &nbsp; The death is announced of Sir Samuel White Baker, the famous African explorer. If you want one to cut you hair, And dress it neat and trim, To lane's saloon you should repair, - A trial...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
Local and General News. DUBBO CO-OPERATIVE MILLING CO. A meeting of applicants for shares in this company will be held, at the Town Hall to-night (Wednesday) at 8 o'clock, to approve articles of association, appoint directors for the first year, and transact such other business as may be necessary. BANKRUPTCIES. - The number of bankruptcies in Dubbo during- 1893 was 15 ; in 1892 the number was 23. The total number of sequestrations in the colony ia 1893 was 1685, as against 1463 in 1892. SARONY STUDIO. - This new photo- graphic business is now being carried on in the premises formerly occupied by the Fortescue Studio, in Macquarie street. NYNGAN LANDS OFFICE. - Mr. Sturrock, Crown Lands Agent at Dubbo, left for Nyngan to-day, to instruct Mr. M'Mahon. C.P.S. at Nyngan, in his new duties as Crown land agent in connection with the new land district of Nyngan. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. -The special services of the Christinas season, etc., in Holy Trinity Church, were most, successful. On Chris...
GULGOXG. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) December 29, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894
GULGONG. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) &nbsp; December 29, 1893. CHRISTMAS passed off very quietly here ; the only sports were the races on Boxing Day and a ball held at the Oddfellows Hall at night. The races were well attended, the racing was good, with fair fields and capital starts, and everything passed off most satisfactorily, although the day was a regular roaster. It rained all day yesterday and is raining now, with a cold wind blowing - in fact, it is more like winter than summer to-day, although it was over lOOdeg. in the shade the first part of the week. The ball on Boxing night was well at- tended, over 50 couples being present, and dancing was kept up in a spirited manner until daylight, when all wended their way homewards, having experienced a most enjoyable time of it. Sickness has taken a firm hold in Gul- gong ; both bronchitis and measles are the epidemics now raging. The head teacher of the public school here informs me there were over 100 pupils away thro...