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Central Division Leases. (To the Editor of the LIBERAL) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

Central Division Leases (7b the Editor of the LIBERAL ) Sttt,-Notwithstanding the evident I desire of tlio Government to do some- [ Ihiugtowards removing the depressing | state of uncertainty occasioned among the Grown lessees in the Centra) Division by a fBar that their leases will become terminated in 1895, iind which uncertainty is naturally throw ing the pastoral industry in this portion of the oolony into a state of chaos, Parliament seems in 110 hurry to do anything in the matter, although i it is one which materially affects the industrial prosperity and well-being of the colony. Pastoral enterprise, so far as the Crown lessees in the; Central division are concerned, has practically become paralysed, for although they will caeh be entitled to a preforontia occupation license, leaving them in ; possession of the land until it is taken up by others, none can tell how much or how little ol the land now held by them under secure tenure will become j alienated, and, consequently, ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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" STRUCK IT RICH." [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

" STRUCK IT BIOS." Undkr the above heading, Saturday's KBPKAV Trass has the following, which reads like au extract from the " Arabian /Nights Entertainments : "-Mr. E. Ransley and purty of four left Penrith about four or five wneks ago for the purpose of search ing for gold out west. A couple of the party were old and experienced gold miners, Mid they were not long in striking likely looking country some 20 miles from Cherry Tree. After working about a shore time they came across another party who were do ing fairly well, and they at ot.ee marked out | land, having % frontage of 600ft. . On this laud they found several outcrops thickly i studded with the procsious metal. This they have left for the present. They then started sinking and soon bottomed on some likely looking stuff. In washing up they came across some gems and precious stones of every description, throe of wh ch were at once recognised as diamonds. After several holes had been put down, three of the party left to purch...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

WEATHER AND STOCK. Dubbo, Tuesday.-Stock niovpinonts: l.'iiii fat ewes and lambs, (Joonamble to Sijdnity. Wood and Welsh owners, J. Whitehead in chirgoj 100 bulls, from Geurie to Cuuna mulla, V. Dowliug owner, camped at Troy reserve on Sunday nighl. Warren.-Since our last the weather has been variable, cold sharp southerly winds one day, muggy and cloudy the nest. The feed everywhere is making phenomenal growth, and showing as luxuriantly on the roads as in the paddocks. In many places, however, large numbers of stock are falling away owing to the incessant attacks of th« mosquitoes; these anat hematised insects are swarming everywhere in oountless millions, and giving no rest to horses and cattle night or day. The river at Warren is low and falling. The following are the passings for the week:-April 12th : 8300 ewes and wothere from Voonbah to Nqrertire, B, Richards and Son owners, J. Morrison in charge; 1221 head of cattle from Mount Harris to Euroka, the Bland, V. Burrett owner, ...

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THE SHEARING RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

TEE SHEARING RATES. The Pastoralist*' Federal Council of Aus . tralia, representing I he Pafltoralistn' Union of New South Wales, Associations of Victoria and South Australia, and United PautoralisU' Union of Queensland, concluded an importaat sitting at the Sidney office# ou Saturday, when the ^hearing rates for next reason were fixed. The ecalcfor the Western division, excepting tliope parts known as West Darling, Kiveriaa, and Southern Riverina, are-hand nliears, 20s per 100; machine wheats, 20M per 100. In an interview with a DaU/Y Telegraph reporter, Mr, Whiteley Kiujf, secretary to the I'aatoralists* UaioQ, said : " The alteration* in the agreement are very few, and in the main unimportant. By oIhuhq 1 an employer is protected against claims for damages if he should fail through unforeseen cau^e* to fiupply sbcsp for she&riug. In the old agreement rule I provided that tne shearing should bo curricd on under tiie direction and eupemsion of the employer or the person pla...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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PEAK HILL MINING. (From the TIMES.) The Proprietary. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

PEAK HILL MINING. (From the TIMES.) Tlio Proprietary. &INCU my last roporfc there has been good progress made with tho Nurfac# work at this tnine. The new fiud (David's Fracture) on tho hill seems to bo a promising lode, upon which a (shaft has been sunk to a depth of 14ft, but HO far only one wall has been met with, therefore tho width of it is not yet known. Gold cau bo soon in tho ore standing in the ends of tho shaft, and a crosscut is now heing put in west from tho bottom of the " Loaf Child," and in now in about 50ft, with a view of cutting tho now find, Crown of Poak Hill. Collins and party havo had a crushing eince my last report on this mine, putting through 90 tons of ore for n return of 2*><»z of gold, being a triflu over 6<lwt« to tho ton, which is not payable, and much lower than previous returns. Upton and party have about 40 ton» at grass, takon from the large ironstone lode north of the No. G shaft As this is the first let of stuff ob...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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NYNGAN ITEMS, (From the ADVOCATE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

XYXGAXITEUS, (From, the ABTOCATE. ) TURKU gentlemen arrived from Sydnoy on Wednesday and proceeded to Cobar with tlie object of making a thorough inspection of tin; Mount Drysdale and Billago fielde and others in the district,, respecting the alleged favourable returns from which th» shareholders have been permitted to read so ranch of in curtain newspapers, but not to partake of. Mrs. H. llodgers, of Nyugan, met with a rather painful accident on Wednesday afternoon last. S1m was riding home ubout three miles from town, and attempted to pull a twiif from the road-side, when th» horse plunged, pulling the lady off. Mrs. ltodgers's arm was dislocated in the fall. Twenty unfortunate and valuable sheep, were ruthlessly slaughtered a couple of days ago on the Cobar line through being cut off by a dog from the main mob of travelling ones, and rushed under th» engine and carriages of a fast train. Kather a plucky rescue was effected on Tuesday last by a little boy only three yearfc. old. s...

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GILGANDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

GIL&AMJJIA. [FHOU OUB OA'N CORRESPONDENT. 1 THE following statistic!, of crime in the district, from August 13, 1898, to March 31" 1894, have been kindly furnished me by Senior-Constable^ Elliott:-Stealing from the person 2 cases, stealing: from a dwelling 2" false pretences 5, horse stealing 1, larceny at* a bailee 1, bein# unlawfully on premises K drunkenness mid riotous behaviour 5. obscone language 3, wife desertion 1, idlo and disorderly with no lawfnl means of support 2, breaking and entering 4; total 27 cases. ' At the petty sossions during the same , period wo have had small debts oasos ad lib^ We consider (lilgandrit should have a resident police magistrate. The following is the rainfall since the beginning of tho yearJanuary, 1 day, GO points i February, 4 days,. i!7<> points; March, 10 days, 757 points i April, 2 days, 22-i points; total, l.'l inches 17 points.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

PRESBYTERIAN CB.URCU Rev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. April 22-Dubbo 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. livening eurvice in the Hall. Subject: -" What iB life ?" with the answer of JoaufH. Hachol at 3 p.m.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE POSITION OF THE NEW AUSTRALIANS SECEDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

THE POSITION OF THE XEW A USTIIAUAX SMCElJERS. A LETTER Ilia iust boen received from George Arthur, one of tho" New Australia" socoders, (1 -dol January 18, iJi which an account., is given of tho position of tho secediuir party, which soema to dispel tho 1'oara in Sydney as to their being in imme diate want. Tho writer says s-" I have been making iutjuirios as regards the land, and from what I can Leam tUo titles are nearly all worthless. Things got vury much mixed hero after tho war, Almost all tho old people got killod, and now tlin young unes are coming to age and laying claim, to the land people bought eight or ten years ago, so it is very risky to buy land here ; but I shill be in the country for einht months yet, and I will sift, the thing oat. BriitlrliauU and I aru going to lako a run over n> England, and expect tho Koyal Tar will arrive in about a numUi trom now. All those who left, excepting a few, are settled on a Government colony, 'lhey get the ground for ad por acre...

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ven. Archdeacon Wilson, Incumbent. Sunday April 22-Holy Trinity Church. Divine Service, morning 11, evening 7. Service at Talbragar (Stubbs') at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 26.-Quarterly meeting of the Dubbo Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Society, in the Church of England School Hall. Collectors and com mittee meet at 7-16 ; public meeting at 8. Addresses will be delivered by Vcn. Arch deacon Wilson and Rev. J. Tarn.

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A COMING DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

A COMIXG DROUGHT. A cobhesposdekt writes to tho Narrandera ARGUS ;-" A gentleman engftgod m pastoral pursuits, who lias been resident oil tho Murruiobidgee for tho fcist 24 years, and first came to it iu '49, tells um that he has not seen a winter open liko the present ouo since 1870. I have heard several oilier* mako tho sauiu remark. This gentleman* however, looks ii little further ahead, and says that tho bountiful season on which wo are now entering is tho precursor of a " regular beauty of a drought." Ho bases his forecast oil n knowledge of tho weather conditions which followed the '51 flood which washed (jundagai away-and tho '7(1 flood, boili of which were followed by good seasons, and ri-al humming droughts. In 1H96-7, ho says, the drought will come, adding with emphasis, " And don't you forget it" There is ouu man, at least, who believes in this forecast, and that is tho prophet himself. Ue tells me that he intends to stock heavily this year ; next year he will go slower i...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

WESLEYAN CHURCH. April 22-Dubbo, 11 and 7. Subject in tbe evening, " Adoration." Rev, J. Turn. Narromiue, 11 a.m. Rev. J. Tarn. Minore, :i p.m. Rev J. Tarn. Whiiewood, ;i p.m. Mr. lieuydon. Apiil 27 (Friday)- liallidoniu, 7 p.ra. Rev. J.Taru. April 2'J-Litbgow'a ll, Dubbo 7 ; Rev. J. Taru.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

ROM Ay CATHOLIC. Rev, W. Byrne and Rav. J. O'Keeffe. St. Bridget's, Dubbo.-Sunday, April 22, Musk 8a.m. and 11 u.m ; Vespers, 7.3U. Friday, Stations of the Cross, 7.30. Mass at Dubbo every morning at 7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

POP YOUR OP-DEES m THE POST AND ADDRESS THEM AS UNDER. Whea vou j^ad tfaie i)a?ier P^US15.at our Advertisement PONJJERit over, THHK of it, and when you wake in the morning yoa will conclude that the People it brings under notice an* your Best and Truest Mend ' " BYEEYTHING- SENT EVBRXWHEBE. Send for Patterns, Fashion Sheets and . 'ice liste. We pay trainage or shipping freight to any Rail way Station or Port in Hew South Wales on all parcels of the value of £210s and upwards, except Furniture < Ironmongery, Crockery and Glass, Grocery, Toys, Harness, Floorcloths, Bedsteads and Bedding, and other Heavy and Bulky Goods 4I1TR OXL.Y ADDRESS : "Universal 3?i ^viders, !Palace Emporium, Haymarket (only), BYJ.3N"J3 Y (close to the Railway Station.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

IF YOU WANT-', Advertise _PE0PLE iTHE DUBBO LIBERAL TO KNOW i Largest - i Local 0F 1 Circulation, AN YTHIN G";) Dai Iy Increasing. THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. THE DUBBO LIBERAL, AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MOKN1XU, Contains tlie Latest Co'onial and Intercolonial Telegrams, Cable grams, LocnJ and (jeneral News. Wi: beg to draw the attention nf our constituents to the terms of Subscription under tlio new management, wlnuli ciimu into force <>n the 1st January, IMIKi, viz.: Per Annum, in advance? ,£1 (10 Per Half-year, in advance ... ... n Hi 0 Pur Quaiter. in advance ... ... 11 ?' (i Per Quarter, if booked ... ... O i> G Single Copies 0 0 3 As the LIBERAL is now conducted on broad prin<iii»los, .and the circulation is daily increasing, we can recommend business people t« give it a trial as an advertising medium. 'J'lie terms for ordinary advertisements are Single Column: Us. for the first inch, and Is. Gd. for each additional inc...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

MOTES AND COMMENTS. THE announcement, in our last issue of the contemplated band performance resulted in a large audience assem bling in the park on Sunday afternoon, and from the cordial reception given to the performers it is evidnt that Mr. Diehl and his fellow-musicians have taken a step in the right direc tion ia thus adding to the limited list of Sunday resources. Hitherto, to the majority of our residents who are not in a position to enj jy the pleasures of riding of driving, Sunday afteruoon has boen a time to fill in as best they might in aimless tvandering, and these will welcome the musical afternoon as a worthy institution. The band deserve well of the public, and should receive sufficient encouragement and, if necessary, financial help to enable tho.ru to continue their good work. I u this connection steps could be taken with advantage to erect a band stand in the park, and thus add to the com fort of the performers. The question of funds of course stands iu the way so ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA* Incorporated by Royal Charter 1836. Paid-up Capital .. ' .. £1,GOO,000 JUwervu Fond |nf which .?500,000 is «nk i-tod at "2|- per oeiit. coh eula at 95) £800,000 Roscr-re Lfulnlily ef Proprietors under the Charter .. ,.£1,000,000 £4,000,000 DVBBO BRANCH Highest Current Uatea allowed .on Fixed Deposits. Advances made <cm li'i^ral terms upon the ensuing clips of n-aoi. 414 usual banking business transacted JOHN \V. SliuLAR, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. THIS following Royal Mail Steamships belonging to the OlilENT mi fl i'ACIFIC COMPANIES wilt leave SYDNEY at noon on the uH-Wmentiooed dates for S'LYMOUTli nnd LONDON (Tilbnry) via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany. Colombo, and the Saea Canal, culling at Naples an Gibraltar -- ORIENT OROTAVA ORUHA AUSTRAL 3363 |H. E. liiskin 0031 i(352 5324 V. K White, K.N.U. R, Studdort Lindsay Hay I'' M. Tukc, R.N.R. And fortnightly thereafter. -PASSAttK MONKY-Saloon, £60, £70. Second, £35, £37, £10. Third,...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, April 18, 1894, [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND NIACQUARIE ADYOCATE. W«dnenday, April IS, UVt, A PUBLIC meeting of the resi dents of the town and district will be held in the Town JIall to-night (Wednesday) to con sider the desirableness of pub licly entertaining the Premier and other members of the Ministry during their approach, ing visit to Dubbo. The meet ing has been convened by the Mayor in response to a requisi tion from a number of citizens, who consider the entertainment to be given to their guests by the oommittee of the P. and A. Association, whose invitation has been acoepted by the Ministers, should be supple mented by united action on the part of the citizens. The idea will doubtless be warmly taken up, as the occasion will be one on which persons of all shades of political opinion can join to do honour to a distinguished visitor The meeting to-night should be a unanimous one, as the fact that political opponents are favourable to the proposal to show respect to the position occupied by Sir Geo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. TABLEAUX VIVANTS Ok TUESDAY EVENING. FLORAL FETE ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS OF SHOW:-: WEEK, IN St. Andrew's H&1L For particulars eee programme. Prir.es are offered for Basket of Flowers, Floral Design, Ladies' Sprays. Button Holes, Six Chrysanthemums, and for Bridal Bouquet. Entries received till 7 p.w. on WEDNESDAY. WELLINGTON SHOW. Wednesday and Thursday, APEIL IS and 19. Special Cheap Rates by Rail both days. Jcrger and Eureka Gold-saving Ufaelpes at Work. HUNTING and TROTTING CONTESTS. R. PORTER, Secretary, Tenders for Road Work. Department of Public Works, Roads and Bridges and Sewerage Branch, Dubbo, 7th April, 1894. TENDERS for the undermentioned ctOAD WORK will be received np to noon on WEDNESDAY, 18tli April, addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Road Work": Road Traugie to Gin Gin Bridge Contract No. 8:94. Specifications may be seen and forms of tender obtained at the offics of the Clerk of Petty Sessions, Dubbo, and at the...

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ARREST OF A NEGRO. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894

ARREST OF A MEGRO JAMES HENRY, alias Frederick Williams, a tall American negro, was charged at the Water Police Court on Monday morning, before Mr. G. H. Smithers, S. M., with assaulting Constable M'Quaker in the execu- tion of his duty. Inspector Bremner appeared and applied for a remand till Friday, as the constable was too ill to leave his bed. The remand was granted. William's appearance before tbe court was under very exciting circumstances. About   11 o'olock on Saturday night Constable M'Quaker was doing duty near Cook Park when he noticed Williams, whom he well   knew, lurking about. He followed him and gave him the usual challenge. Seeing the constable was close on him, Williams turned, and lowering his head like a bull, rushed forward and butted M'Quaker heavily in the stomach. For an instant M'Quaker was completely knocked out, and the negro was flying at full speed from him. Drawing his revolver, it is alleged, M'Quaker fired three bullets after...

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