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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUE SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. The Sheep Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

Tl|e Latest Telegrams. FROM OUE SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, Friday. The Sheep Market. Owikg to the heavy supply, a decline in prices had to be accepted to effect sales. Wethers, 3s 4dto7s lOd. The Cattle Market. Prime sorts were scarce, and the market was firmer. Best beef, 14s. 'Deaths. ; J, W. Qrigge, senior snperinten- j dent of police, died at Goulbura yesterday, aged 63. The deceased ranked next to the Inspector-General of Police, and had heen connected with the force for over 31 years. , .George Wickham, C.P.S. at Parra matta, who was suddenly seized with a paralytic fit in his oflice on Wednes day, died last night. Embezzlement. Robert Byron, postmaster at Ash field, has been committed for trial on two charges of embezzliug the .funds of the Government. School of Arts. Mr. W. M. Fairlaud has been appointed secretary of the School of Arts. Floods. .The floods in-the Bangalore district nre the heaviest for 40 years. Some farmers have lost everything. The A.M.P. The A...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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SEVERE WEATHER COOMA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

? SEVERE WEATHER COOMI, TuenUar. tFoKTHBE reports received confirm tho -statements of damage by floods throughout th» district. Many small pastoralistB have lost nmoct of their-sheep, feanes have been swept away iu all directions, and haystack* and ?crops destroyed. '0oe person on Dry Plain lost absolutely all his -stock of sheep, cuttle, and horses. On Kiah Lake Station-house on TViday, a waterspout broke, 5in. of rain 'falling in a.n hour. The downpour destroyed .every yard of fencing on the homestead, stripped the fruit trees of their leaves, and ?yesterday hailstones laid piled up some feet -deep in the garden. The house was swamped, and sheep and cattle, and 10 acres of hay just oat were washed away. The manager of fcah Lake (Sir. R. C. Pearson) narrowly <«Bcaped being washed away in his buggy. Not s fence is left for miles around, Berridale was under water, and the flood in ijta coarse tore up reads And creek crossings, antl^rbllei along large boulders. Valuable fia...

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MR. REID AT COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

. <REID AT COROW.&. Mr.'G.H. Reiu, the leader of the Opposition, who roceivofl a warm welaome at Carowa, addressed a large meeting at the School of ilrts, on "Wednesday, on " Freetrade and Federation." He stated tbat one of the most pleasant features in the development of the Riverina was the spread of cultivation 'under friendly business arrangements be tween'farmers and equatters. He was glad 'to see that many of the stations which had 'hitherto been looked op for wool growing purpoeoi bad been thrown open for farming ?enterprise, and manypaddocks which a short tints *go had been worked by one boundary "rider now g-ave labour to upwards of 40 ' persons. Although the members of the "present Government might be inclined to attribute this to protection, he had been informed wherever he went that there was only one cause for it, \iz., the low price of wodl. In every district that he bad visited it was universally admitted that protection -as a'permanent means of hel...

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THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

TEE irOOL T&ADB. Ujsssiut. Winohonmbe, CJarson and Oo, report-We held our nineteenth sain of ibe asRNOQ on Tueaiay, submitting aoalalogue of 4500 bales. There was a verv f>:ll attendance of buyers, and good competition thronghout, both Continental and English buyers oper ating freely; but there was no advance in prices. On the wbole, values may be quoted u unchanged. Good liglit skirted merinoes appeared to be in best demand, whilst earthy, dust-stained, or seedy lots were a shade easier. Good bellies and pieces maintained their Taloe, and scoureds also sold easily at .former rates, but lambswool and crossbred descriptions (renerally ehowed a dragging tendenoy. We sold at anotion and privately 3606 bales, top prioes being: 8d for good average greasy, 10}d for washed fleece, and lSd Tor saonred fleece-latter prioe being Taidfor a parcel scoured by the Qnearibeyan Wool and Manufacturing Company. Among the lots we sold : WD over SC. 22 from Cobbora at 7d ; VE, 43 from Wellin...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

ATTBSTIOS to tho following roles may save a #ood dealof trouble or disappointment. TTitb every communication must be eent »he aaroa and address of tbe writer, not ?ecesparily for pnblioation, bat as a guarantee oi good faith; otherwise, no atttntiou can be yiid to tbe letter. Rejected oommncioations will sot be returned. Tbe writers should keep drafts or 3*pies. We claim the right to exoiBa anything which we deem objectionable from letters; and correspondents who decline to accede to that course oan say so when they send their letters. Should we find correction necessary, wader these circumstances the letters will not %. published in the Liberia. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive personalities, ate two things which we apeciaJly commend to the notioo of corres pondents, if they wish to be oertain that their coramunioatione will be accepted by u«. Enquiries on matters unconnected with our bwdnew oan only be answered through ! the office whon the enquirer encloses a stamp.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

HEADACHE, BACKACHE, INDIGESTION, FLATUENCE, SOUR STOMACH t LIVER COMPLAINT, PROMPTLY CURED BY CLEMEN IS' TONIC. TIRED NATURES GREAT RESTORER. EVIDENCE FROM PLATTSBURG MKS. Sarah J. Linsley. MACQUARIE-ATREEL, PLATTSBURG, New South Wales, who WRITES on February 4,1893 :-HAVING EUFFERED for pome time with GENERAL debility with extreme WEAKNESS, I tried various remedies without -CBOETRING any benefit. My nerves were quite UNSTRUNG, in fact I was incapable of PERFORMING my household duties with any ILEGTEEE of pleasure. Hearing of the aronderful curative powers of Clements' Tonic from A lady friend of mine I was INDUCED to try IT; I did so, and am happy to .ay with the moat beneficial results. I am 43NLY too HAPPY to recommend it at all times, I-WUHINGYIM EVERY SOOCESS, I remain, yours .IAOERELR. Mrs. Sarah J. LIMLEY, ILACQMRIA ATREET PLATHHNRG. KJ3.W.

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MR. CARRUTHERS IN THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

Mlf. CARKTJTHERH OK THE LAND QUESTION. ^Sfmewo at Rockdale early in tie week. Mr. 'Carruthers said :-How were the condition ?of the country and the distresses of the .people to be alleviated ? To him the solution .seemed simple. On one band we had '155,000,'000 acres of Crown lauds unalienated -a . glorious heritage lying idle ; on the ? other, we had 30,000 mon willing to work, yet unable to secure employment. In the ' United States the settlement of the people on "the land was not a burning1 question to be ? evaded' by every means of skilful legislation. In New South Wales 1,000,000 people pro duced £20,000,000 sterling per year, and the productive power of each individual was, . therefore, about £10 per innum. The 'United St»tes said it was better for the ?community to be producing £20 per bead than that the land should bo locked up until £1 an acre was obtained for it. We should wipe out that £1 an acre, and allow each of the 30,000 unemployed at once to begin to produce the £20...

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Anarchists in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

Anarchists in France THE Paris anarchists have issued an impudent manifesto in connection with the trial of Vaillant, who committed a dvamite outrage in the French Chamber of Deputies a few weeks ago, The anarchists declare that if Vaillant is convicted they will i destroy the gaol and guillotine house with dynamite. In consequence of this threat the guards at the places named have been doubled. The Pope has issued a letter to lioman Catholics in Prauce, ; in which he says that the ; anarchists exhibit the audacity public authority. Therefore he renews his command to French Roman Catholics to obey the Republic. The directors of the English, Scottish, and Australian Bank intend to make measures for the introduction of a bill into Parliament to enable the bank to pay its creditors interest for the period during which the old baiiii i .ii-ptucit'1 v-ayTufix'. ? <

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

OUR SYDWKT LETTER. [FbOM OCfi OWK COHKBSPOKDEST,] SYDNKT, Thursday. THE last week of the " silly season " is now drawing to an ond, and much interest is being taken in the probable course of events when the House resumes. A deal of uncertainty exists as to -what will be the outcome of the Government's intention to ' proceed with business, and as both sides of the House anticipate a majority, it is sarne wliat difficult at tho present stage of affairs to judge which will be the victor in the struggle that will take place when the HouBe considers tho Governor's speech. Tho Government have succeeded in placing in a quandary those members of the labour party who voted for tho Opposition. Tho announcement that the Mining Bill is to be gone on with is lookod upon as a direct bid for the labour vote, inasmuch as that party, if tho members refuss to permit the Govern ment to procood with any other measures than those of (supply, will bo tuxed with tho delay of a bill which they have so stro...

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THE EXPORT OF WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

THE EXPORT OF TTIITES. THE difficulties connected with the placing and di»poning of pure and sound Australian wine on the London Market bid fair to be finally and satisfactorily overcome. A letter has been received by the Department of Agriculture from Mr. C. A. W. Lett, Curator of the New South W lies neotion of the Imperial Institute, in which that gentleman points out that at present, owing" to the unsatisfactory manner in which tbo Australian wine trade has boon manipulated, English consumers hare become prejudiced. The chief cause of tbis is the diffionlty of obtaining regular eupplies of wines of even quality. The many cheap oonoootinns of Italian and Spanish wineH that are sold under the denomination of Australian wine have also seriously affected their reputation. It appears that oonet&nl inquiries are being made at the Institute as to where really good light Australian wine can be prooureA, and as a step towards meeting the evidently growiug demand, Mr. Lett offers ...

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DISASTER AT BROKEN HILL. BROKEN HILL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

DISASTER AT BROKEN SILL. BEOKEV HiLt,, Wednesday. AT the Proprietary Mine yesterday a disaster occurred by which it is feared two miner* have lost their lives. For eomo time creeps have oocurrnd on the southern end of the mine, near Block 10. A few weeks ago the floor of Binney's open oat sank Beveral feet, the movement extending down to the 200ft. level. Yesterday morning there were indi cations that the ground was again abont to move, and the men who were working in the quarry were ordered out of it. Fivo of the men were raising ironstone for the Pro prietary Company, amongst them being Alfred Jones and John Richardson. When the ground had subsided some 15ft or 20ft it stopped. Jones and Richardson, although warned not to do so, climbed down on to ths affected area to recover some tools, and they were on their way up the eloping wall again when an enormous overhanging mass of eaith and rock gave way, Jones, who wan near the top, was struck in tho chtkt by a boulder and carried dow...

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N. Z. L. AND M. AGENCY CO. LONDON, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

y. Z. L. AMD M. AGENCY CO. Lokdok. Januarv 9. A. meeting of the creditor** of the New | Zealand Loan and Mereantile Agency , Company, Limited, was held in London I to-day. The creditors' committee roportod to the meeting that powerful oounsd'a opinion held that the old debenture-holders \re**o unsecured. Mr. Browne, the committee's solicitor, strongly condemned the manner in which the 1892 debenture ntoclc was issued, and accused the managemect of i^uing rei^leadin^ circular*. The committee did not. favour the resort to litigation. Sir James FerguBaon, chairman of the board of directors, justified the action of the directors. The meeting1 was very noisy, and hackled Sir James FerpuBson. It adjourned till the reconstruction scheme has been issued.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

CATARRH, HAY FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS. A NEW HOME TIIBATMEKT. SOFFF.EKHK are not generally aware that these diseases arc contagious, or tlmt thoy arc due to the presence of living parasite* in the lining1 membrane of the nosu and eustachian tubes. Microscopic research, however, lias moved this to bo a fact, and the result is that a simple remedy has been formulated whcioby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cured by a few siraplo applications made at homo by tho patient once in two week-J. A pamphlet explaining his new treatment ie sent on receipt of 2^d. stamp by A. HUTTON DIXON, 43 and 45 East Bloc>r St. TORONTO, Canada

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

ITEMS gOF INTEREST. Tbe TIKES, in aa artioleon colonial affairs, «ay« that the troubles of tb« colonies have proved that the -soil u tho true source of wealth. Sir W. B. Peroeval, tlie Agent-General for Now Zealand, is inquiring as to the meat trade in Germany with & view to direct ship ment* from Now Zealand to German porta. We most heartily recommend Wolfe'* Sdujapp* a a pure invigorant, good alike for men, vomeu, fliid 1 even infante. It tones aud braces up the system and ( aids digestion. One i>ound orders arc placed under tho labels of many of tbe l&ige bottles. To «ecurc the genuine articlo buy a wheue bottle and don't be imposed en by imitations. Wolfe's Sclinappa is a ? well known and well tried sthnulaut, «nd was sold fifty years offo byfcOhemistsasa tonic. The ships Cimba, from Sydney Gotober 14, ' witli 5338 bales, and Sal&mU, from Melbourne 'October 49, were the first wool sliipa to arrive | at Londou. I Miss Shaw, tho TIMES reporter, speaking ...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

THE MAILS. MAILS CMS* FOE Bydnoy, Bathurat, Orange, eto-Daily at 4.15 p.m. BourLe, Nyngan, Ni-rromine, eto- Daily at 7 .4'J a.m. Ooonamble, Gilgandra, etc - Tuesday!, Thursdays aud Saturdays, at 9.80 a.m. Cobborah, Murrungundy and Ballimore Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 0.30 a.m. Tcmingley and Peak Hill - Tuesdays, Thursdays und Saturdays, at 8.46 a.m. Obley, Belarbifral and Minore-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.-30 a.m. Ponto and Terra Bella - Mondays and Wednesdays, at 9.30 a.m. Tenandra-Tuesdays and Fridays, 6.30 a.m. MAILS AIIE DELIVERED FEOK Sydney, Orange, Bathurat, eto-Daily at 10 a.m. Bourke, Nyngan, Narromine, etc-Daily at 5.SO p.m. Coonamble, Gilg-andra, etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. .Cobborah, Murrungundy and Ballimore Mondays 0 a.m., Thursdays, 4 p.m. Tomingley and Peak Hill - Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 4 p.m. Obley-Mondays and Thursdays, 4 p.m. l'onto and Terra Bella. - Tuesdays and Saturdays. 4 p.m. Tenandra-Mondays and Thursdays, 4 ]\ni. Belarbiga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

070WISr PRICES ^Q]R_OOTT3SrTI^"^r BU'TERS I POP YOUR ORDERS IS THE POST AND ADDRESS THEH AS UNDER. When yo\i read this paper PAUSE at our Advertisement, PONl>EH it over, THINK of it, and when you wake in the morning you will conclude thai the People it brings under notice are your Best and Truest Friend BYEEYTHINGr SENT EYEBIWHEBE, And a Peoples' applause tells us that OUR W ARES ARE GOOD, as well as CHEAP, that they minister to the bodily comfort as well as being calculated to improve the condition of the mind by inducing that Peace and Prosperity which High Prices and Shoddy Commodities . *an never command. Wo have Frieiids who SWEAR BY US every Hauler, Township, City, and Hole and Corner Bueli Settlement iu the Colony, WHO STICK TO US IiIKE WAX, and SEND TO US FOR EVERTHING, because we sever diaappoiife; because, whether its a email or big parcel that's want »i .we're up to time, and the Goods we send are invariably what are wanted. Our talent for choosing savours of the marve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class PIANOS PIANOS BY Stem way and Sons, lSntd and Co., Julius Feurieb, Uebel and Lechleiter, Carl Eck e Giirs and Kallmann, the " Viotor," the " Belling," &s. Also have a largo and selec stock of all other well-known makers, such as Collard, Kirkmann, Lipp, &c., &c. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Hade upon honour, sold upon merit, known the world over. The best aud choapest. Over a quarter of a million already sold. Eoosey's Perfected Band Instruments The best for tone, tune, and durability. H ate lei'uivid Inst PriztB et all Kilii!itic o \V. H. PALINti and Co , Limited, guarantee all their instruments. Their principle ha been to *upply only thoroughly reliable instruments, and they have now the lurges Piano and M ucic Ijusioebu in Australia. The Bterling qualities of their Pianos ha been abundantly proved by lon^ and varied experience in these colonies. Their large baei ness una Ample resources enable them to secure the bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

Eucalypti Oil. IS THE BEST, CHEAPEST, AND PUREST. SEE YOU GET MELLERSH'S AND HO OTHER. Best for Rheumatism ( 3est for Sciatica Bost for JofluEDza Be&t for Gout sest for Whonping Couflli Best for Cough Best for Colds The Best in the Market. A Sure Preventative! for Influenza. MEi.LERSH, j Srtlr I'roprietor, YASS. New South Wales.I IF YOU WANT \ PEOPLE TO KNOW OF ANYTHING. Advertise in THE DUBBO LIBERAL. Has tie Largest Local Circulation, Daily Increasing THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. THE DUBBO LIBERAL, AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Contains the Latest Colonial and Intercolonial Telegrams, Cable grams, Local and General News. AV e be? to draw the attention of our constituents to tho tevm« of Subscription under the now management, which came into force ?on the 1st January, viz. Per Annum, in advance ... ... .£1 <> 0 Per Half-year, in advance Per Quarter, in advanco Per Quaxtor, if booked Sinfflo Copies <1 10 0 As tho LIB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. IN THE SUPREME COTJRT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Sheriff's Office, Dubbo, 2nd January, 1691. Nelson v. Leckie, James ON FRIDAT, latU day of January, 3894, at noon, unless the Writ of Fieri Facias herein be previously satisfied, the Sheriff will cause to be sold by Public Auction, at the Court House, Dubbo, all the rielit, title, and interest of JAJilES LECKIE, the defendant herein, of, in, and to All that Pieco, or Pared of Land, contain ing by admeasurement 640 Acres situ ate in the Parish of Warn gal, County Gregory, selected by the said JAMES LECKIE, at the Lauds Office, liubbo, on tbe6th April, 1893,being measured portion No. 17, and C.P. No. 2i of 93. Also, of, in, and to all that Pioco or Parcel of Land, containing by admeasurement 1920 Acres, situate in Parish of Warrigal, County Gregory, selected by tho Baid JAJM.ES LECKIE, at the Lands Office, Dubbo, on the 6th April, 1893, by virtue of tha above described Conditional Purchase, and being; Conditional Louse No. 18 o...

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GULGONG. [FROM OUR OWN CRRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894

GULGONG. [FllOlt OCR OWN CoBRESPONDEXT.] THE morning of New Year « day dawnej beantifally fine. The members of the Shearers' Union mustered by appointment at Mr. While's hotel. When all was in readiness, at about half-past 11, a start was mado for the racecourse, headod by tho town band, with the handsome banner of the union conspicuously displayed in front The procession, prior to proceeding to the ooursp, marched through the prinoipal xtreels, wliioh were lined on eaoh side by u cmwd of interested spectators; when opposite the Beltrorc Hotel tho procession was balled and a photo was taken by our local artist, afterwards prooncdinp to the scene of the sports. At about half-past 12 aboat 700 persons had passed through the gates, Tho number was greatly augmented during tho day, and the committee had the gratification of knowing tbat financially the affair was a great success. The liberal programme offered brought a large number of competitors to the field, and the different events we...

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