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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, April 4, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND JKACQUARIE ADYOCATE. W«dneidajr, i]iril 4, 3 §04. THE result of the municipal election oil Saturday was a complete endorsement of Mie position taken up in these columns with regard to the affairs of the CounciL This is the first opportunity that the ratepayers have liad of expres-1 sing an opinion on the no-1 quorum question, and also on the peculiar tactics indulged in at the recent Mayoral election; and the verdict given in favour1 of the outspoken views of Mr. E. W, Soane must be taken aB a condemnation of the cliquism that has done so much to retard the progress of the town. Mr. Soane's expressed determination to support, a policy of economy has also been approved, and the number of votes polled witnesses the healthy interest the rate payers are taking in. Municipal J matters. A great deal of un necessary ill-feeling was intro duced into the election by some j of Mr. Soane's opponents, who' raised the sectarian question. In regard to this, it is pleasing to...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE LIGHTING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

TBE HOSTING COMMITTEE, As the matter of attendance* at nestings of the Lighting Committee of the Municipal Counoil has been brought prominently before the ratepayers lately, and us conflicting statements nave been made, we publish a list of attendances sinoe the committee was first appointed in Jane, 1890, oompiled (torn tlie minute book of the Oounoil. 1890-Alderman Muller, Mayor. Alderman Muller ... ... 21 " Ryan ... ... 9 " Samuels ... ... 17 ,, Wilkinson ... ... 10 Twenty-one meetings were held. 1891-Aldermau Phillips, Mayor. Alderman Phillips ... ... 24 " Byau ... ... 18 " Samuels ... 22 Muller 17 Twenty-six meetings were held. 1892-Alderman By an, Mayor. Alderman Ryan ... ... 22 " Muller ... ... 13 ,, Samuels ... . - 21 " Phillips ... ... 15 Twenty-three meetings were held. 1893- Alderman Nanearrow, Mayor till September 4. Alderman Nanearrow ... ... 10 " Muller ... ... 0 " Ryan ... .» 11 " Samuels ... ... 11 Fourteen meotings were held. 1893-Alderman Soane, Mayor for remainder...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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COBAR MINING. (FROM THE NYNGAN OBSERVES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

COBAR MINING. (FROM THE NYNGAJT OBSERVES.) Wobk in the gold mines is proceeding with even more than wonted vigour, as indeed it ought to after the copious supplies of water now everwhere to be found. The Cobar Mining Compary's tributors have mode another good haul, securing 29 ounces of gold ia 200 loads of stone. The Mount Drysdale mine now employs a greater number of miners than ever before, and it is now being thoroughly prospected. A crushing of 22 tons of ore is to be put through at the Cobar Huntington mill, and it should give a return equal to that of the last parcel similarly treated, viz , almost fix ounces retorted gold per ton. The mill will follow on with a crushing for the Eldorado Company, the result of which will be learned with interest, as the parcel will be the first from the mine treated locally. The great Cobar Copper Mining Syn dicate started smelting on Monday last and the water jacket is now being fed at the rate of between 50 and 00 tons of ore every 24> h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS MUSI BE TRUE. Everybody uys BILLY TEA IS THE BEST TEA tiey ever draoh. If you hire never used it TRY II ONCE.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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DUBBO LAND BOARD. (Before W. C. Cardew, Esq., J.P., chairman, D. Bell, Esq., J.P., and D, Soane, Esq., J.P.) MARCH 30, 1894. Confirmation and Rent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

DUSSO LAND XOASD. (Before W. C. Cvdew, Esq,, J.P., chairman, D. Bell, Esq., J.P., and D, Sonne, Esq., J.P.) MABOH 30, 1894. Confirmation and Rent. John Edward Face, o 1; confirmed, rant 3d per acre Application to bring holding under conditions of improvements. Robert Howard, o p and o 1; granted Application for Oertifioate of Oonfirmity. Charles Hunry Fiti-Gerald, c p and o 1; oertifioate to ipsne Bank of New Soutb Wales, c p and c 1; oertifioate to issue George liilder, o p and o 1; adjourned to nest Court. Jane Ellen Smith, c p ; certificate to issue Henry StorenBou, o p and o 1; oertifioate to isooo John Say, c p and o I; certificate to issue John Webber, o p and o 1; oertifioate to issue George Stewart, o p and threo a o p'i; adjourned to next Court H. A. Dollison, c p and c 1; certificate to issue Australian Joint Stook Bonk, o p and o 1; cortificatu to issue Bank of New Soutb Wales, c p and o 1; certificate to issue H E. Williams, o p; oertifioate to issue Ringbarking. J. Stra...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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LAND REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

LAND REVENUE. COLLECTIONS at Crown Lands Offioo, Dubbo, for quarter ending 31st Maroh, 1894 £ a d taction Sales ... ... 1426 11 8 'Deed Fees ... ... 89 0 0 C.P. Deposits ... ... 144 17 0 C. P. Survey Fee* ... 63 9 8 Interest Instalments, &c.... 10,824 11 4 Transfer Fees ... ... 45 17 0 Payment for Improvements C.P. 9 10 0 Conditional Lease Deposits 30 9 6 Conditional Lease Survey Fees ... ... 63 18 3 Conditional Lease Rents ... 1192 4 4 Annual Lease Beats ... 87 7 9 Timber Lioenses ... 11 10 0 Improvement Purchases ... 3 0 0 Lithographs ... ... 0 16 0 £13,989 2 4

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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To Deal with Caveat. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

To Dnal with Caveat. The caveat lodge! ngainet J. H. Fisher was dealt with oa Friday and Saturday, Match 30 and SI, and the Board gave its decision on Monday, the 2nd Aprii. There was a great deal of evidence taken, chiefly from offioeru of the Department. Mr. Booth appeared for tlio Bank of New South Wales, the lessees of Bokemar, and Mr. W. B. Wilkinson, for the applicant for the land. J. H. Fieher. The case in similar to that of Mcliaffie lately decided by the Supreme Court. The caveat was lodged against the application for forfeited c p land in the leasehold area. The Chairman (Mr. Cnfdew), Mr. Soane, and Mr. Bell each held different opinions, and therefore decided to relor it to the Land Court.

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WEATHER AND, STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

WE A THER AND, STOCK. WiRBXti.-Since but report,, we hire oxperienued magnlfioout Rawing weather, and a better season for stock of all descriptions has never been experienced in the district.. Lambing has begun on some stations, and. the increase this year should be a fine one in all respects, as- green and Succulent herbage ia springing upfront and bask. The following are the stock passings for- the weekMaroh 23rd: 1926 fat ewes from. Bcewasina to. Narromine, V.. Desailly ia charge,, 21th: 2100 fat sheep, from Quambone to Trangie, E. Flood owner,. J. B. HutohinBon in. charge. 26th: 190 feJt cattle from the- Stole lor Wellington, J" A. Gardiner owner, W. Connell in charge. 28th: 6000 store wethers from. Belaringar to Tow-able,. Campbell , Brothers owners,, T. Looh in charge.. 29th HAS shenp to Dubbo, Young and Son*, owners, BL Lcichn&n in charge. Coonamble..-Neeily an inch and a half of rain fell on Saturday* making a fall oi over 64 inches in Coonamble last week. Th» result...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, TUB regular fortnightly meeting of the OouDoil whs beld on Monday night. All the aldermen were present, and there was a good attendance of ratepayer*. Minutes, The minute* ol last meeting were read and confirmed. New Alderman. The Match notified that the usual declaration had been made by Alderman E. W. B. Soane on hia eleotion. J Privilege. Alderman R, Etin asked the Mayor, aa a matter of privilege, if jit was true, as reported, that at the last meeting, when the committees were being appointed, Alderman D. Soane had stated that he deolined to aot on the lighting committee, and sugcMlad that Alderman Ferguson should be nomin ated instead, on the ground that Alderman Ryap had only attended two meetings out of twelve. If the report was a correct one (and he presumed it was as it had not been contradictod), ho thought that before suoii a statement was made the true facts should be asositained. lie was surprised at hu alderman who had oocupied the ohair making a stat...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Farmers and Protection. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

Farmers and Protection. THE more one considers the action, of the Termers' Confcrenco wire-pullers, who brought about the Junee decision in favoun of ptftteciion, tho.more un likely to express Hie opinion of the Koutheru district farmers it seems. Evcmi the most Mark Tapleyau among protectionists can hardly feel a dis position towards jollity in regarding the changc that has taken place along the Murray frontier of New South Wales Irom Albnry to Moama within the last year or two. The movement towards pulling dowu all barriers to intercolonial freetrade has found stronger and more active support in this region than anywhere else throughout. Australia.' It is not long j since there was a convention held at Corowa, which is in the centre of it., for the purpose of booming federation. In the Albnry district the feeling in favour of abolishing all hindrances to free exchange of products between (he colonics is intense and widespread. .How, then, is it believable tiiat farmers residing in...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

CRIOKBT. THE Dubbo District mot a team of All comers (13) on the oval on Saturday, the g«ine resulting in a draw. Dubbo, batti ng first, gave a poor exhibition for such a utrong team, being all dismissed for 82, <3 race with a lucky 26 being the only one who mado a stand. Hives was well caught at leg when ho bad made &, while Howa was beaten by a curly <me from Smith. Liptcombe was in good, form with the ball, j securing 6 wickets. The All-comers made 75 with nine wickets down, W. Brown with a hard-hit 30 being the highest scorer, Lipscomba 12 and "Wilkins 1'2 also baited well. During tho last quarter of an hour's play, the li^ht was bad, end several wiclcets foil in quick succession. Hives, Kanken, and C. Sonne were the most cuccossful with the ball for Dnbbo. Following aro the scores: Dubbo O.C. C. Soauu, b Iipsoumbc ... ... 0 11. Grace, u Brown, b Wilkhw ... 26 W. Uive.i, o Smith, b Wilkins ... 3 15. Howe, b Smith ... 9 1°. Fisher, b Lipecombo ... .....

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A CHINESE DOCTOR ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

A CHINESE DOCTOR ARRESTED. THE Bourko Coroner, Mr. C. McA.. King, hold an inquiry into tho eausti of the death of Alphonso Galois, at the Oxford Hotel on Thursday last. Tho deceased Galois, wlio had been Buffering for some considerable time past from consumption, had been under tho troatraeut of a Chinese doctor, natuo.l Tommy Ah Tuck, and on Wednes day night ho died rather suddenly at the Oxford Howl. Tho following evidence was given: George Barclay deposed: I have known -deceased for the past six months; he has been in very bad health during that time; I saw him at half-past eight on the evening ha died, in front of the Oxford Hotel, where ho had been living since September; be w is playing with one of the little Robin sons ; I next saw him about 10 minutes before he died; ho was in his bed, and the Chinese doctor. Ah Tack, was in the room with him at tho time; the Chinaman called ina into tho room; he said, " You como inside, me think him dioI went for Mis. Robinson, and returned...

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Snakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

Snakes. ? SNAKES are very numerous this year | >n the south-eastern district of South Australia, and one local farmer has killed no less than. 17, of various sizes, in two days at his selection near the Ridge. He had a terrible experience with a big brown snake nearly six feet in length- Wbilo out shopting in the swamps in the. direction of Kalau gadoo he trod on what he thought to bo a stick, but which proved to bo a snake. Fortunately his foot alighted on the snake about 4 inches from the head,and atouce the reptile began to lash ont with its body, with the result that the sportsman's leg was soon en twined in a vice-like grip. He managed to retain his foothold, "but did not relish the idea of handling the writhing object. His companions did not, however, bear his shouts, and the resnlt was he had tosfarid upright for over half au hour, when tlie sportsmen returning foand him in the position stated. A consultation was held, and it was ultimately decided to blow the snake's head...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

DEATH. HUNT.-On Friday, March 30, at Bur— denda, Bogan, LILLA E. HUNT, the beloved wife of Thomas Hunt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835. ?paid-up 'Capital .. .. . £1,600,000 ®«serve Fund (of wbioh £800,000 is invjstod at 2f per cent, con sola'M.'Bfi) ... £800,000 ftesem Liability ot Proprietors «uder the Charter .. ..£1,000,000 £4,000,000 DUfiBO BRANCH Slgheat Curren t Kates allowed oa Tweed 4)epotUt«. Advances itiMteob iibsral tdrms upon the ensuing oliiui of wool. All usual banking business transacted rOHN W.- 6ILLAK, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. THE following Hoyal Mail Steamships belonging to the OllIENT' aud I'ACIPIC COMPANIES veil!leave SYDNEY at noon on the undermentioned dates tor PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury) via Melbourne. Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, oalliug at Nap les an Gibraltar . .OKOVA I COS7 ORIENT 5305 OKMCZ 0031 OROTAVA 5552 ORUBA 6652 E 15 Lavingt jn B. E. Inokip W. B Wiiito, R.N.R. R. Studdrrt Liodsay Hay April 7 April 2! May 7 May 21 June I And fortnightly thereafter. * via Hobart. PASSAGE MONEY-Saloon, £60...

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The M.P. and the Constable. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

ThaJlP-aniitlieConstaUe . AtfjjEK a tnost -onacconniablp lengthy IJ1?'o^fresponietice in: connpc ti6ir4rttb -flbfe remotiii of: Constable'* Andrews from, Hyrm Bay has been printed, and "tine parliamentary paper ?ot ton pages of printed matter is certainly interesting. The opening ?document is ,-ia hysterically-worded from Mr. J." P. <3arvaii, "M.TV'totlbi; following effort : " Loco) ^trespassers forcibly entering on ray land', policemen aiding and assisting. ^ "want "protection from this gross .outrage, and -ronseqaently appeal to yon?' This message was sent to the "Chief Secretary. Mr. Garvan was so greatly. exercised in his mind that he .sent a telegram on ih<* same date to Inspector Fosbery, in which he says: ?"Constable Andrews wifh party of I trespassers entered on tny land yefebrdaj', and ejecting my men threatened to arrest if. they did not leave." tn the same telegram Mr. "Garvan requests " immediate repara tion for the outrage by your office.'' j The l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

W. H. PALING & CO., LTD. Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class PIA3NTOS PIAKTOS BY Sfceinway and Sons, Etaril and Co., Julius Fcucich, Debel and Lechleiter, Curl Ec:ke GSrs and Kallnniun, the " Victor," the " Bellinp," &o. Also have a larjzo and Buleu stock of ull other Tell-known makers, such as Coliurd, Kirkraann, Lipp, &c., &<." ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Made upon honour, sold open meri^ known the world over. Tbo butt and cbcapvst. Over a quarter of a million Already hold. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments Tbo befit for tone* tune, nnd durability. Hbvo leccivid Fir*t Imcs nt nil Kxliilitiu - .....o-?? ? . ? W. H. PALIXG- and Co., Limited, fruarautee all their inetrumen ts. Thoir principle ha been to t-upply only thoroughly reliable inptrumentg, and tbey bave now tbe larger Piano {and Music business in Australia. The sterling qualities of thtir PiaroK h i been abundantly proved by lonf* nn^ varied experience in thes'j colonies. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

IF YOU WANT PEOPLE ~ TO Advertise in THE DUBBO LIBERAL. KNOW Has the Largest Local . ^ , Circulation, AN YTHING;.!Daily Increasing. OF THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. MACQUARIE ADVOCATE, PUBLISHED EVEEY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MOENIKC, Contains the Latest Co'onial and Intercolonial Telegrams, Cable grams, Jjocal and General News. Wi: beg to draw illo attention of our constituents to the terms nf Stin iTM,t itiii under the new management, which came, into force on the iBt January, lN'.M, viz.: Per Annum, in advance ... ... .£1 0 0 Per Half-year, in advanco <> 1(> <> Per Quarter, in advance ... ... 0 !i <5 Per Quarter, if hooked ... ... O (1 G Single Copies 0 0 3 As (lio Lihf.bat, is now conducted on broad principles, and (lie circulation is daily increasing, we can recommend business people to ,rive it a trial as an adveitising medium. The terms for ordinary advertisements are: Single Column: Hb. for the first inch, and Is. 6d. for each additional inch, ...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

THE MAILS. MAILS C&ufe FOE Sydney* Bathurat, Ocautje, ctc-Daily fit 4.15p.nu Hourkc, Nyagan, Nurroimap, «tc-Daily at 7.45 a.m. Coonamblc, Gilgaodm, etc - Tursdays, Thursday* and Saturdays, at 0 80 a.m. Cobborfeh, Murruntrnndy and BHllitnc»re Wednesday* and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Toniinglry and Peak Hill - Tuesday*, Thursdays and fintiirdayn, at 8.45 a.n\ Obley, Belarbiiral and Minore-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a,m. Potito and Terra Bell* - Moodaya and Wednesdays, at 9.3D &,m. Teoftndra-Tuesdays nod Fridays 0.30 a.m. MAILS ABB DKMVEnEb: - Sydnoy, Orange, Batlmret, «?to-Dniiy at 10 a.m. Bourke,' Nyngan, Ntrroroine, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. CooB:<niMe, Gilinindr** -WcdoesJuys, F u'ays mid .Saturdays, 4 p.m. Cobhtrrth, Mm *uttgundy «od HaUimate Monday* !l a.in » Tl nrsdrys, 4 p.tn. Toiningley «<??! JVnk TTill - Mnndny»t Wedi ocd yi; nd fniiwys, 4 p.m. QMcy-M<-ndvvssitu1 I'^ur t'ays 4 p.m. Touto Miid Trrra H<-» a - Tu-siin...

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Local and General News [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 4 April 1894

Local and General News W.C.T.U. -Mrs. D. Soane and Mrs, T. W. Heaydcn are attending the Trionnial Convention of the W.C.T.U. now being held in Sydney, es repre sentatives of the Dubbo branch. " LOST IN LONDON."-This favourite emotional drama will be produced by j the Aloyaian Amateur Dramatic Club to-night (Wednesday), at the Pro-1 testant Half. It has been very care fully rehearsed, and is likely to prove the best performance yet given by Dubbo amateurs. A crowded bouse should reward the efforts of the local I dub to entertain townspeople. " BUEAX AUSTRALIAN."-'The issue for April keeps up the reputation of this periodical, which is becoming indispensable in every country home. HOOPER COMPLIMENTARY ENTEHTAIN MENTS.-The dates for the above have been fixed, and the programmes decided on- The entertainment will take place in the Masonic Hull, the alterations and improvements in which will be finished in about a fortnight. On Wednesday, the 25t.li instaut, Planquette'S " Bells of Corne...

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