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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

Local and General News. THE WEATHER. - Splendid rain foil during Monday night, and more is threatening. It is very welcome, as grass was getting burnt up. To RATEPAYERS.-The municipal lists can now be seen at the Town Hall, i and will be on view until Monday next. Applications for enrolment must be made on or before that day in writing to the Council Clerk. MR. PRIDHAM. - This gentleman arrived in Dubbo on Monday and had a long interview with the Mayor in reference to the water supply. He recommended the adoption of the Liverpool by-laws as suitable for the Dubbo municipality. Mr. Pridliam left by the mail train on Monday. FIRE BRIGADES ACT. - We are pleased to see that action has been taken with regard to Alderman Fer- guson's motion for extending the Fire Brigades Act to Dubbo. Now that our water supply is within reasonable distance, no time should be lost in organising a brigade. We feel sure there will be no lack of recruits, and, given competent in- struction, our town should s...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DUBBO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

DUBBO MUNICIPAL CQUXCIL. THE regular fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Monday night, when (hero were present. - Tho Mayor, and Alderme 1 Phillips, Mnller, XJtley, Links, [and Ferguson. Minutes. Tlio minutes of last regular meeting and of special mooting held on December 16, weie read aud confirmed. Correspondence. A quantity of outward correspondent was read. Amongst tho ilTsvard correspondence was I ha following: From the Engineor-in-Chiof, forwarding 150 forms of application for licensed plumbers and memorandums of agreement necessary for householders in applying to the Council for permission to connect with mains. From J. Morris, sen., complaining of stale of lane off Cobborah-strect-referred to Works Commit!o®. From the Municipal Association, in reply to a letter asking for legal opinion, stating that opinion was that 50 yards from water main was the limit to be laid down in the by-laws, and not 50 yards from alignment ; also that the water rates should be struck on...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Open Column. DUBBO CO-OPERATIVE BUTCHERING COMPANY, LIMITED. To the Editor of the LIBERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

Open Column. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions expressed in letters under this heading.] DUBBO CO-OPERATIVE BUTCHERING   COMPANY, LIMITED. To the Editor of the LIBERAL Sir, - I have seen two or three letters in your columns lately asking for particulars of this company. I also was an applicant for shares, and would like to know where my money is. I think the least the officers of the Company can do is to give some explanation. Perhaps, as co-operation is now "in the air," it is possible to go on with the company. Anyhow, these hard times odd shillings have to be looked after, and I hope some news will be forthcoming. Yours, &c., APPLICANT Dubbo, Jan. 8.

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ALIEN HAWKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

ALIEN HAWKERS.   AT the Court House, yesterday, a large number of applications for hawkers' licenses were made by Syrians and Hiudoos. The P.M. and Mr. S. Phillips, J.P., were on the bench, and informed the applicants that before licenses could be granted to foot hawkers they must produce a certificate of good character, signed by two well-known European house- holders resident in the district. No such certificates being before the Court, the applications would have to be refused. In the cases of those aliens who applied for permission to hawk with pack- horses or vehicles, the Bench stated that two suieties, to be approved by the justices, were required to enter into a bond in the sum of £20 for each licensee. The bondsmen would have to be European residents of the district. If such bondsmen were before the Court the applications could be entertained, but not other- wise. The Bench postponed the applications for pack horse and vehicle licenses for seven days. With rega...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

Special Advertisements. [A CARD.] Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrick, Medical Officer Dubbo Hospital. Macquaris street, DUBBO.   Ask Your Doctor IF GILBEY'S DRY GIN Is not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., Agents, Sydney. Support Local Industry. Job Printing. Job Printing GET YOUR JOB PRINTING DONE   AT THE OFFICE OF THE DUBBO LIBERAL,   The CHEAPEST and BEST in the District.

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To Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 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 necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith ; otherwise, no attention can be paid to the letter. Rejected communications will not be returned. 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 when they send their 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 th...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Length of Dresses. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

Length of Dresses, A MAN asked how long a woman's   dress should be, answered epi- grammatically : "Above two   feet.'' That is exactly the length of the street skirt at the present time, and it seems to please everybody, even the wearer thereof. For it must be acknowledged that a dress train dragging through the mud and mire is a very disagreeable sight, especially to those who believe that cleanliness is akin to Godli- ness. It is true that some women can manage a long skirt gracefully and effectually, but such women are handicapped by   fashion which they must   apologise for by appearing to sustain it, but they are only   conspicuous by their devotion to a lost cause. There may be some likelihood of going to an extreme with short skirts, as I have noticed on the street gowns that not only cleared the feet, but came to the tops of the boots in length. This is as awkward in   appearance as the long skirt...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEAK HILL MINING. (From the TIMES.) The Proprietary. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

PEAK HILL MINING, (From the TIMES.) The Proprietary. There is nothing fresh to report in con- nection with this mine except that in conse- quence of the Crown of Peak Hill battery being required by the Great Eastern Co., crushing the Proprietary stone has been discontinued for a time. Just at present it is a very anxious time for the manager, as without water in their own dam the com- pany's mill remains idle, and other engage- ments prevent the public batteries from coming to the rescue. Almost every day thunder clouds pass over, but very little rain escapes, so that the hopes of those who watch the threatening sky frequently meet with disappointment. During the time that the battery remained idle. Mr. Kelly has been actively engaged claming out silt tanks and performing other work of a similar character. The cleaning out of the boiler necessitated a stoppage of winding operations during the past week, which may, therefore, be looked upon as a holiday time so far as the general wor...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT NEWS. COONAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

DISTRICT NEWS. COONAMBLE.   From the TIMES : On Christmas day Mrs. Herrmann, as has been her kind custom during several years past, provided an ex-   cellent dinner, accompanied with Christmas cheer, to the inmates of the hospital. - The measles epidomic has been very prevalent in Coonamble during the past few weeks, very few families in which there are children escaping. We also hear of several sufferers from influenza, chiefly in the country. At the same time, considering the many cases of sickness and the unusually hot weather, the death rate continues very low, proving, what has been often said, that Coonamble on the whole is on unusually healthy district. - On Tuesday afternoon a deputation waited on the Rev. Mother at the convent, in order to   make her a presentation on the eve of her   departure from Coooamble, Mr, Fagan read   a very nice and complimentary address, and   Mrs. McMahon handed the Re...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS.       (From the Gazette.) Mr. W. J. Martin is appointed Registrar for births, marriages, and deaths in the electoral district of Dubbo. Dated Jan. 1, 1894. C.L. Rent Fixed. Land District of Dubbo - John May Merritt. 960 acres, county Gordon, parish Draway, rent 3d per acre. 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. Address : HERBERT CLIFTON, Albany Buildings, 39, Victoria street, Westminster, LONDON, S.W

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ven. Archdeacon Wilson, Incumbent. Holy Trinity, Dubbo - Sunday, Jan. 14, Morning 11, Evening 7.30 Week-night service Thursday, 7.30 p,m. Monday, 15th, - Murrumbidgerie. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. Father Byrne. St. Bridget's, Dubbo.-Sunday, Jan. 14, Mass 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. ; Vespers, 7.30. Mass at Dubbo every morning at 7. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. Jan. 14 - Dubbo 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Evening service in the Hall. Narromine, 11 a m, Rev. W Watt. Timbrebongie, 2 45 p m, Rev. W. Watt. Trangie, 7 45 p m, Rev. W. Watt. Warren, 11 a.m. and 7 30 p.m, Rev J. T. Main, M.A. WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. J. Tarn. January 14 - Obley 11, Dubbo 7 30. Subject in the evening, " Hope "

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

STOCK MOVEMENTS. COONAMBLE, Jan. 6.-400 tulloCks from     Mexico Station, Queensland, to Gulargam- bone. R. SkutHorpe owner, Skuthorpe in charge ; 1000 mixed fat sheep from Gean- mony to Homebusb, via Nevertire, P. M'Mahon owner, L. Byrne is charge ; 150 fat bullocks from Warren a to Homebush, W. M. Keogh owner, T. Gibbs in charge ; 2000 fat sheep from Willewa Station to Homebush, via Rylstone, G. Flynn owner, E. Gordon in charge ; 1855 fat ewes from Nullana station to Homebush, J. T. Sherwin and Co. owners, Bartz in charge ; 6300 mixed sheep from Woolerina Station to Dubbo, T. Baird owner, F. R. Baird in charge ; 2000 wethers from Tooloon Station to selections at Nebea, J. Pape owner, Field in charge ; 11,371 store wethers from Lansdowne Station to Bathurst, Cobb and Co. owners, Donnelly in charge ; 11,000 store wethers from Lansdowne Station to Bathurst, Cobb and Co. owners,     Miller in charge.

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DUBBO POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1894. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

DUBBO POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9,1894. (Before the P.M.) James Row was charged with inflicting   grievous bodily harm on Harry Tyer on the night of Thursday, January 4. Mr. R. J. J. Ryan appeared for the accused. Senior-Sergeant Butler gave evidence as to the arrest of accused. Dr. Du Moulin described the nature of the wounds from which Tyer was suffering when he was called in to attend him ; the portion of brick produced might have caused the wound ; Tyer was not yet out of danger. Harry Tyer deposed that he was manager of the Dubbo Boiling Down Works and resided in Bultge-street ; he remembered Thursday night last ; about half past nine walked out at the back door of his house ; there was no one on the premises but witness's family ; witness looked down the lane at the rear of the house for a boy to send on a message ; called boy and sent him on message, then fastened the gate and got on gate post to await the boy's return ; witness sat on the post with his back...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835, Paid-up Capital .. .. . . £1,600,000 Reserve Fund (of which £500,000 is invested at 2¾ per cent con-   sols at 98) . . . . £800,000 Reserve Liability o£ Proprietors under the Charter.. £1,600,000   £4,000,000 DUBBO Branch Highest Current Rates all on Fixed Deposits.     Advances made on liberal terms upon the ensuring clips of wool.     All usual banking business transacted. JOHN W. SILLAR, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. THE following Royal Mail Steamships     belonging to the ORIENT and   PACIFIC COMPANIES will leave SYDNEY     at no.. on the undermentioned dates for PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury) via   Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal calling at Naples and Gibraltar : - OROTAVA - 3552 - R. Studdert - Jan. 10 ORUBA, - 3552 - J Linds...

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CRICKET. DUBBO CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

CRICKET. DUBBO CRICKET CLUB. THE above club will journey to Orange and Bathurst and play matches at those places on 26th and 27th instants respectively. Players desirous of taking part in these matches are requested to-send in their names at once to the selection committee, Messrs. Ranken, Kable and Palmer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

Notice. MR. F.H.POOLEY, of DOUG;AS AND CO.,     Sydney, and Talbragar-street, Dubbo. is authorised to collect moneys due to the Dubbo Liberal, and his receipt will be sufficient discharge. W. WHITE, Manager. To Let. A FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE, with Kitchen, in Brisbane-street south; half-acre back yard. For particulars apply     " LIBERAL " OFFICE. Lost   OUT of Simons' Paddock, Talbragar, on   December 21, one YELLOW BAY HORSE, branded M M near shoulder, short pulled tail; when lost three shoes on ; little white on front foot ; £1 reward on delivery to MRS. E. PHILLIPS, Troy Hotel. Dubbo Refrigerating Boiling Down Company, Ltd. THIS Company is prepared to receive Sheep for treatment from 1st January, 1894, on the following terms: 5d (Five Pence) per head for Sheep killed, and 25s (Twenty-five shillings) per Half-ton Cask of Tallow - Cask found. NOTE. - This alteration is a great reduction on previous prices - ...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Tuesday. THE ship Jessie Readman is stranded at the Chatham Islands. She is high and dry, and not expected to be got off. All hands were saved. Her cargo, over 4000 bales of wool, and valued at £60,000, is being dis- charged.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

    VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. MR. BARTON, the ex-Attorney General of New South Wales, delivered an address at Collingwood last night at the Federation Conference. He said, although a protectionist he would rather have freetrade and federation than no federation at all. The inquest on the hangman Jones resulted in a verdict of suicide. His wife gave evidence that deceased told her he would commit suicide before he would hang a woman. The deceased had beaten her. The Coroner remarked that it seemed peculiar he would nearly murder his own wife, but would not hang a woman.

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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

The Latest Telegranjs. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, Monday.   The New Zealand Land Association, Limited, wire as follows:-We offered   3000 bales of wool to-day, and cleared almost the entire catalogue, under keenest competition from local, con- tinental, and Yorkshire buyers. Greasy crossbred lambs sold to 9¼d for D and M over Bulgandramine, from Dubbo; greasy merino fleece to 8d for T over Eyebrow from Jeit; scoured fleece to 13¼d for J. Peacock over Warragan from Coonamble; 13d for J.R. over C.B. from Goodooga, and H.P, over H. from Collaren- dabri.

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WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

WEST AUSTRALIA. MR. ROBERT RANKEN, who left Peak Hill a few months ago, and has since then been to Coolgardie and other West Australian gold fields writes to a friend in Peak Hill as follows : - South Broken Hill, December 25, 1893 - I arrived here on Friday rooming from Coolgardie. Since I left Peak Hill I have had it as rough as you can imagine. The alluvial gold around Coolgardie field is worked out, so with a little trouble I secured a job in Bayley's Reward claim, by which means I got enough money together to go to Frost and Bonnor's rush, known as Siberia. This rush proved a failure for want of water, and I came back with the crowd, thinking it wiper (1st) on account of dear living (2nd) been use water was bad, and costing 1s G6d to 2s a gallon (3rd) because of the scarcity of work, the colony being over run with surplus labour from other colonies. The diggers who have money and all specu- lators are now crowding into tbe towns and cities. I think a lot of the country for mine...

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