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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. Sheep Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
Tlje latest Telegrams, J'ROÍÍ OUß SPECIAL AGENTS. ÍÍEW SOUTH WjlLES. SÏDNEÏ, Friday. Steep Market TUE sa&rket was generally brisk, closing weaker, if anything ; best wethers Ss 7d, otters from 4s. Cattle Market, Prices were a shade helier. Best beef Hs. Kew Railway, 1 The Assembly bas agreed to iutro- ! duce a bill for the construction of the Glen laues to Inverell railway. Trade Bills. Trade bills payable on the fourth1 have been better met than for the two previous months. The Clyde Find. In connection with the alluvial find at the Clyde ßirer, a permit has been granted to Mr. M'Mabon, on the understanding that the land shall be open to miners. About 200 men are waiting iu tbs vicinity, and 500 more arc expected to-morrow. The men say they will rush thc ground if it is not thrown open by Monday. Typhoid at Wyalong. Owing to the bad quality of the water, typhoid fever has broken out in the main camp at Wyalong. The Zig-Zag Deviation, The Public Works Committee unanimously d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
CA.TAJB.TEtt3L, HAY FEVER, CATARRH Ali DEAFNESS A NEW Hons TEÄATMKJTT. ScrppRKBBâ are not generally aware that these diseases are contagious, or that they are due to the presence of living parasites in the lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes, Microscopic research, however, has proved this to be a fact, and the result is that a simple remedy has been formulated wheteby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cared by a few simple applications made at borne by the patient ouse in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining this new treatment ia sent on receipt of 2Jd stamp by A. Hurras DIXON, 43 and 15 Bait
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
mr. MAILS. MAILS CI/WE FOJI Sydney, linthurat, Orange, clo-Daily at 4.15 p.m. Rourke, Nyngan, Narromine, etc- Daily at T.i") a.m. Coonamble, Gilgandra, otc - Tuesdays, Ihursdays and Saturdays, nt 9.39 a.m. Cobborah, Murrunjrutidy and B.illimore Wednesdays abd Saturdays, at. 9.30 a.m. Tomingley and Peak Hill - Tuesdays, Thursdays and saturdays, at 8.45 a.m. Obley, Belarbigal and Minore-Wednesdays and Saturdays, nt 9.30 o.m. Tonto and Terra Bella - Monday» and Wednesdays, at 9,30 a.m. Tenandra-Tuesdays and Fridays. 9.30 a.m. il AILS ABE DJÎI.IVIÎSKU 1'ttOM - Sydnrv, Orang*?, Bathurst, tte-Daily at IO p.m. Bourke. Xynqan, Narromine, etc-Daily at .).:50 p.m. Cooni-utiic, Gilyandra, etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Cobbnrah, Murruogundr and Ballimore Slo\.duyt> 9 a.tn., Tl.ursdnya, 4 p.m. Tomingley and Prak HUI - Mondays, Wednesdays «nd Fridays, 4 p.m. Obley-Üondeys and Thursday*, 4 p.m. l'on tn and Terra Bella - "íaeaduys and Sninrdays, 4 p.m. Tenandra-Mundays and Thursd...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE decision arrived at by the Govern ment to assist the evicted members of the New Australia Ked lenient, is one that will be approved by all charitably disposed persons. With tho merits of the disputes which led up to the split that has taken place, we have nothing to do ; all that has to be taken ID to consideration is the fact that a number of Australians arc stranded in a foreign country without resources. Some may have broken the laws laid down by the promoters for the conduct of the settlement, and thus by their own actions placed themselves in their present unfortunate position ; but this would not apply to all, ns among the victims of alleged outraged New Australian laws are R number of children, against whom no offence can be charged, other than that they are the children of those whom Mr. Lane has considered necessary to remove from the settlement. These people are now dependent on the charity of foreigners, and Sir George Dibbs is to be comme.ided for...
REMOVING BRANDS FROM SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
REMOVING BRANDS FROM SHEEP. A PECULIAR case uoder the Diseases in Sheep Act was eulm itted on Wednesday for I he decision of thu Chief Justice in Chambers. It appear« that, by inadvertence, some sheep belougicg to a selector named Jeffries had strayed on to Bective run, the property of Mr. Sidney Vickery, which were sheared and marked with the station brand. Upon thc mistake being discovered, Jeffries wai com municated with, and proceeded to remove his sheep, but Viokery directed the manager first to remove the station brand from them. This was done desoite the protest by Jeffries, »bo communicated the facts to the inspector of stock for thc Tamworth district. This officer thereupon laid an information against Vickery under the 40th section of the Act, charging him with wilfully permitting the brsnd to be destroyed or erased ; but the magistrate after bearing the evidence dis missed the information, being of opinion that the Act did nut upply to such cases. The Chief Justice upheld ...
The Serpentine Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
The Serpentine Dance. THE story of tlie inventor uf the ser pentine dance, Loie Fuller, is a strange ono. Loie was thc wife-thc tic is severed now-of a wealthy New York banker. She was stage struck, and would not settle down to domestic life. Alter every persuasion had tailed Mr. Fuller gave his wife a guru-£20,000-to try her fortune in London, fondly believing she would bc cured. She soon lost the money, but did not dream of going bonn. One day, looking in ber tall mirror while arranging a skirt, of iridescent gauze, she enright it. un by the bottom, and suddenly th« eftoefc suggested tho d ince. She twirled ami glided before tho glass, made np bei mind to have a try with her skirt in tho mazy dance she evolved, and made her fortune at once- Loie Fuller commands a largo income now. Miss St. John gets £70 a week, but. Loie doubles that sum. SEWS of IL terrible tragedy, enshrouded in mystery, comes from Texas. Four schoolgirls went for a ramble in the woods, and remained away so long...
"LOST IN LONDON." [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
«' LOST IX LOXDOX." A FULL house greeted the performance of Watts Phillips' emotional drama " Lost iu London," at the Protestant Hall on Woduesday evening, by the Aloysiau Amateur Dramatie Club. The play has beon for some time in rehearsal, and was presented with a completeness and attention to detail that might well be imitated by some of the professional companies which- occasionally visit the town. A large proportion of the audience was of tho fair sex, who followed tho pathetic story of tho tempted and erring wife of a manly though homely Lancashire miner with keen iulerest, tears flowing freely as the ploc developed-no mean tribute to the earnest acting of the per formers. Mrs. Tanner's Nelly Armioyd was a very artistic performance, and erring though Nelly was, the sympathy of tho audience seemed to bo with her in her sufferings, for there were not many dry eyea in the House when the curtain fell on the sad denouement, ¿liss K. Cullen, as the buxom, muscular Tiddy Dragglethorpe...
ELECTORS' RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
ELECTORS' RIGUTS. SENion-CuNSTADLB liurLEB will attend at the Town Hall to-day (Saturday), tu issue electoral rights. Those electors who have not yet obtained them are requemad io du BO, or when pulling dny arrives they will find themselves disfranchised. The work of distribution in the tmjority of country electorates is prugiussing very slowly. A report from the Campbell town district Bülten thiit out of 829 rights only 340 have been delivered, and that some ot the electors when ottered their rights refused to sign for them. Already several persons have reported LO thc p jlica that they have lent their right». Guulburu reports great difficulty in delivering the troublesome documents, and one countable bss mada ni) fruitless j.jurneyN in that division in HMre't of the owners of the rights. A similar tale comea iniiu Queanbeyan, while at Moree 400 out of 1100 have been delivered, the police having to swim rivers in the execution of this arduous duty. lu Newcastle so far only half the...
FRESH GOLD DISCOVERIES IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
FRESH GOLD DISCOVERIES J-V VICTORIA. A MELUOUBNE telegram in Thursday's HERALD reports that an old prospector named John Dow has discovered gold in alluvial and quartz on Bluny's Creek, one of the hoads of the Tambo Uiver, near Mount Tambo, about 30 miles from Ornoo. A small rush liss set in. There are 30 men now on thegrouud. Thestone is hard, and shows good gold. It opens out from Sin to 16iu and the prospects are from 2oz to 4oz to the ton. Evidence ia daily uoiniug to band that the reofs al Mount Blliott, Corryong, on the Upper Murray, are even richer than was at first reported. Tests in every case have yielded extraordinary returns. One of the J latest crushings was that of 3 tons 'rom the i Lucky Friday claim, owned by Takle and Wind, from whioh a return of il oz of gold, or 7oz to tho ton, was obtained. This re presents the work of two men for three weeks.
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE) Rents Fixed. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
OFFICIAL NOHFIGATIOXS. (From tlie GAZETTE } Rent* Fixed. Alexander Campbell, 459} aors», county Narromine, pariah Dunearn, ld per acre. Gilda Guasooine, 575j- acres, county Ewenmar, parish Emogandry, 2d per acre. Henry Machin, 478 corea, county Lincoln, parish Lincoln, rent 2d per aoro. Special Lioense. Mr. H. A. D. O'GonLor, of Dubbo, has bees specially licensed aa surveyor uuder thc Heal Propony Act. Special Area Revoked. That part of apecial area 17,903, oounty of Narromioe, parish Mingelo, within the boundaries of measured portion« 224, 227, and 228 of 10 aces eaoh, within the iuborban I boundaries of the town of Peak Hill. Revocation of Temporary Roser »a. [ Camping reserve of about 850 tores, and water reserve of about 900 acres, both within the leasehold areas of Bodangora and Murrumbidgerie holdings, oounty Lincoln, parishes Woorooboomi, Tenandra, Reserve from Sale fur Camping and Water Supply. The water reserve of about 900 acres, cancelled as above, ia reserved from aale f...
MINING ON PRIVATE LANDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
MIM.VG ON PRIVATE IJJWS SILL. WITH reference to thU bill, which Ss now in «octniUee in the Legislative Council, it >n ly be stated that an understanding has been arrived at by which the main provisions of the bill will be retained. A few evenings ago Dr. MacLaurin, who fans charge of the measure on bauulf of the Government, moved that the Chairman should leave the chair, so that he might have au opportunity of con sulting his colleagues as to what f urthei steps should be taken in dealing with the measure, lie adopted this course because a new clause had beon introdnoed protecting from the operation of the bili ouluvated lauds and lands ia use for mining purposes. Tbe principal supporters of the bill in both Houses contended that this would defeat the object of the bill. The measure is now being pro-1 needed with in the ordinary manner. We understand (bat a decision bas been arrived at that the bill shall be re-committed with the view of expunging the clause referred to, thus lea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
"3Co . Cornwponitent». lÛXHBmm tu tb» following tules may «ave «. ,;fOod deal of trouble or disappointment. With .retry communication must be sent Ute oaas and tuUraas of the writer, not &lt;>«we»mril]r for publication, but aa a guarantee of ¿"ni».) faith ; otherwise, no attention can he paid tu tbs letter. Rejected noiumucioations «ill not be «mriirtd. "The writers ehonld keep drafts or sopite. We ulaini the ritfht to excise anything whiub we deuiu objectionable from Ietturs ; and correspondents who decline to uooede te that oontse nan cay to when they send their j ' lettuce. Should we find correation necessary, ander tb ese cirennubuiee« the letter» viii not * be juablished in the LIBBBAX,. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive :yemoualities, aie two things which we specially ooinroeDd to the notice of corres poudenta, if they wish io be certain tbat their communications will be accepted by na.
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, April [?] 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Natnrda.v, April », ISO*. TSE large and influential meet, ing of persons interested in the formation of a Graziers' Meat 'Export Company held in Sydney, at the Warri gal Club, on Friday, the goth ultimo, and of which we .gave a résumé in our i &lt;sne of the 4th instant, deserves very close attention, not only from persons engaged in the pastoral industry, but from all sections of the com munity. This company should ¡have their capiul subscribed in a very short time The encourage ment offered to graziers will i induce them to invest largely, as the statements of fhose who have made a study of the frozen meat trade prove that only by exporting their own meat can pastoralists receive the full benefits of the trade That there is a sufficient market for the whole of the meat we can ?export there is no doubt, but a proper system of distribution throughout the British towns and the Continent must be a first con sideration, and we cannot sp...
Distressing Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 April 1894
Distressing Case. A. CASK was callad on Monday ¡n (lie Bathurst Small Debts Court which revealed a condition of sad destitution . The defendant did not appear, bat. his wife wrote to tho Beuch stating that her husband had seemed a pass to Wyalong and had left Hat hurst before the summons was served. Her bun baud, she viróle, hud been out of work i for mouths, ar.d they were without money. The children were ill, one now not being expected to live, and ! they had no food in the house-not even bread-and wero waiting for the landlord to take action for the recovery of the rent dus. Unless the husband was f orin mite enough in getting work she did not kn jw what they would do. Tho Police Magistrate said that this was a very distressing case-one of starvation in fact-aud in-order to relieve her distress he had given the woman a few shillings out of his "wu pocket. This is a case which the Poor Jlelicf Society would do well to look into and assist.