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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. In consequence of the Governor of Newfoundland having refused the request of the Premier, Sir Willium Whitoway, for the dissolution of the House of Assembly, the Ministry declines to cvacuate the House, and has barred doors against the Governor, refusit;«f entry to any new Govern ment. On the motion of Sir William Whiteway a vote of want of confidence in Mr. Goodridge and the new Ministry was passed. Mr. Goodridgo refused to accept the resolution.
THE MAILS. MAILS CL[?]E FOR— [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
THE .VAILS. MAIM CI/JHI FOB Sydney. Bntliurtt, Orange, eto-Daily at 4.15 p.m. liourkc, Nyngatt, Ju-rromine, oto- Daily at 7.45 R.m. Coou&mble, Gilgandra, &lt;- - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at !) .!>) a.tn, Cobli'M-ali, Mill i unhandy and Ballimure Wednesdays ui.d Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Toniingjey and Peak Hill - Tuesday*, Tburedays and Saturdays, at 8.45 a.m. Oblcy, Belarbifrol and Minors-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Ponlo and Terra BelU - Mondays and Wednesdays, at 9.30 a.m. Tenandra-Tuesdays and Fridays. 9,30 a.m. MAILS AEE Deltcxbed kkpm Sydney, Orange, Hathurst, etc-Daily at lu a.m. Bouik-r, Nyng.m, Ivarromitie, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. Coons rablc, Giltmndra. etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. CoblxTah, Miirm»cuudv and IS&llimore Mondays 9 turn., '11 unninys, 4 p.m. Toniiupley and IV#k Hill - Mondays, Wedi.esdsys and Fridays, 4 p.m. Obley-Mun&lt;!aye> and Thursday*, 4 p.m. Ponto and Teira Bella - Tuesdays and SHt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
W. H. PALING & CO., LTD. Sole Aeents for the Celebrated High-Class PIANOS PIANOS BY Steinway mid Sons, Erard and Co., Julius Feurich, Uebel and Lechloitcr, Carl Eckc Gore and Kallmann, the "Victor," the u Belling," AIho have a larjjc arid aclec fctock of hi 1 other *vell»know*» nmkcrn, such as CoUurd, Kirkmnnn. Lipp, &c., &e, ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Made upon honour, sold upon inert', known the world over. The bofet and cheapest. Over a quarter uf a million already t-old. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The best for tone, tunc, und durability. H uxc icteivul Fiiht I ii?ts at nil Kxhil 5fi&lt; \V. H. PALING and Co., Limited, guarantee all their instrument. Their principle ha Ix-eti to nupply only thoroughly relinbio; instrument, and they have now the larges Pintio and Mumc husioeb* in Australia. The hterlinp- qualities of their Pianon ha beni abundantly proved by long and varied experience in theso colonies. Tbeir targe ba&lt;si ne-s et...
DUBBO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
DVBliO HOSPITAL. THE usual monthly meeting of the Hospital Uumniiued was held on Friday night. Present: file President (Mr. G. if. Taylor, J.P.), and Mesarf. N. Muller, \V. E. Morgan, J. Samuels (treasurer), J. Boland, 6. i'liillipH, J. W. Sillar, J. G. Browfl, F. IV. E. Baxter, ti. Simpson, G. Kitchen, IT. S. Lowe, 0. ^Grace, l)r. BVtz-Parrick, aud the Secretary. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Tliu Medical Officer's repi»rt van real as follow* :-Report fur mouth ending 3 tut Match. Admitted: Mules 6, females 1; discharged, 10 ; at present in hospital, males 11, females 2; outpatieDta, 13 males, 2 female*; bottles of medicine issued, 15. The fever cares mentioned in last month's report have alt since left the hospital quite recovered. There are at present six lever cases under treatment, four being typhoid, and two having simple continued fever. One man suffering from hydatid of the heart died during March. The following accounts were passed for payment:-Mosioa...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE) Land Appeal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE ) Land Appeal Court. At the Land Appeal Ci>urt to be hold at Darlioghurst un Monday, April 23, a motion to refer th&lt;; Bank of New South Wales' a.e.p. 90-44 and c.l. la,4'2&lt;> back to the Dublin Land Board for rjheanug1 will t>u heard ; also Q. M. M'H&ffiii's appeal against disallowance of his a.c.p. applicition, No. 93-23, Dabbo (for fotmal order ia accordance witli decision of Sapretne Court). C.l'. Certificates, Certificates will bj issued, 30 &lt;lay« from Aptil 10. in the following conditional pur chases iu the land district of Dubbo : C. H. Fitz-Geiald, 320 acres, parish Buudobering, Bank of New South Wales, '280 acres, parish Barbigal; Henry Goodwin, 610 acres, parish Eutuungerie ; Ellen Jane Elliott (now Smith), 73 acres I rood, parish Wentworth ; l'eter White, 60 acres, parish Bodangora; Bank of New South Wales, 600 acres, parish Frost; Bank of New Siuth Wales, 140 acres, parish Frost; He...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
MUNICIPAL COVKCIL, TOE regular fortnightly meeting of the Council wbb held ou Monday night, when His Worship tbe Mayor and all the alderman were preteot. There was a goad attendance of the public. Minutes. The minutes of last regular meeting and of a special meeting were read and confirmed. Privilege. Alderman D. SOAKE, as a matter of privi lege, asked ibut the bonds in existence when he was Mayor be laid upon the table. He did so in reply to a remark made by Alderman R. Ryan at the last meeting, when that alderman gave him the lie direct when he stated that Alderman Ryan had refused to sign tbe bond during bin (Alderman SoaneV) occapanoy of the chair. Tiie bonds asked for wore plaoed on (he table, and Alderman D. SOANF. reud tho signature attached as follows : R. Nanoarrow. D. Saane, H. A. D. O'Connor, G. Links, G. A. Ferguson, E. H. Utley. Dated Ootober '23, 1893. Alderman E. ETUI was proceeding to address the Council when Alderman PHILLIPS rose to order. Alderman R. Rvan said he ...
The Minister for Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
The Minister for Lands. Mr. Copeland, who intends to stand for Armidale, addressed the electors there last night. He said he was not an extreme protectionist. The fiscal issue will not be the burning question at the next general election, as even a freettade government could not do I without the present revenue producing ! tariff. The policy with which the Government would go to the country was the avoidance of additional taxa tion.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
Sptdal Advertisements. [A CUD.] Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrick ICodlMl Offloer Sabbo Hospital. Mucqttarit ttreet, DUDBO. Ask Your Doctor GILBETS DRY GIN Is not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., Agents, Sydney. Sunport Local Industry. fob printing. §Job printing. GBT YOUR JOB PRINTING DONE AT THii OFFICB OP TEE DUB DO LIBERAL, The CHEAPEST and BEST in the Bktrirt.
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
iXo OorrMpondenta. A.ttj!Stioh to the following rales may save a good 4m1 of trouble or disappointment. With eTBry communication mailt be sent the sunn and address of the writer, not leowirily for publication, bnt as A tfaorantee of vood faith; otherwise, no attention COD he ftU to the letter. Rejected communications wilt not be »»turned. The writers should keep drafts or ' 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, ander tbeso circumstances the letters will not fas uablished in the LIBEBIL. Goudensatiou, and avoidance of offensive pctwnilitua, we two things which we specially commend to the nonce of corres pondent*, if they wish to be certain that their communioationB trill be accepted by vs.
Chrome Deposits at Gundagai. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
Chrome deposits at Gun dagai Chmjmk raising at G-undagai promises to become a very valuable and perma nent industry. Experts, including Father Curran, of tho Geological Department, have already pronounced the samples of the highest excellence. Three mines. Owen's, at Adjungbilly, and Perry's and Quillets, at Orobarru lou;;, are lunv in working order, although there is great inconvenience in carting, caused by the bad state of lh&lt;> ri,aii.s. The assays show that the: i&rouie is a payable commodity, j samples reaching in some cases 7:) per cent. Should tho demand bo sufficient tho chromo could be soot uvvav jn endless quantities. Tho Railway Commissioners are prepared to carry (Iih chrome at a nominal charge, ^provided 120 tons and upwards is dis patched weekly. Mr. Slattery says that the exi^tiug law is comprehensive enough to supjiressprivate bats if it were properly administered.
Moments of Agony. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
moments of Agony. Tiie bite of the tarantula is almost as dangerous or as fatal as that of a rattlesnake, and without prompt attention the sufferer dies in an hour or two. I t ivns from one of these crcatnrcs that John Thrummer, of Fredericks, bnrg, Trxas, received a fright that nearly turnud his hair whits in a few minutes. Putting on his oater shirt. a few mornings ago, he felt something fall from one of his sleeves on to his breast and through the opening; of his nndershirt on to his naked ,flesh. Looking down lie saw aw enormous spider coiled np and seem, ingly half dead from tho eold. But getting wanned with the heat of his body.it presently began to straighten our. its long limbs, eovcred with coarse red bristles, and before Thrummer coo Id knock it off, was plainly its old aggressive self again, Mr. Thrum mer did not 4are touch it with his fingers lest it should fast-en on to j them, nor did ho make any movement J to dislodge it for fear that, it would t ine'tautly fir its ja...
An Original Idea. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
An Original Idea THAT is a gorgoonsly original idea put forward by Sir. Varnuv lJarkea aooi.t roinpi'liing candidates for Parliament ro obiuiu certificates of competency 1'roiu a board of examiners, tho same as applicant* for billets ia the civil service. Apparently Mr. Parkcs promulgates this with all sincerity, wherefore the assumption is that he is himself prepared to go for examination at an}- moment. The kind of test that he advocates is " noi academic but practical,'' but hie scheme makes no ineiitio.i of 1 ow tho examiners would bo appoiatod, or who wouid hnve the preparation of the questions. Naturally, however, ihe arrangement, of ihe curriculum aud definition of the standard would fall iato the hands of the Government of the day, which, under present circumstances, might prove rather awkwarl for Mr. Partes. For instance, how would he like having to ansvper to the satisfaction of a Government board of examiners such a highly practical qaestion as " How bhuuld a member vote ...