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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 18 April 1894
Local and General Hews. DUBBO POOR RELIEF SOCIETY.-A quarterly meeting of this society was held at the Town Ball yesterday afternoon. A report will appear in our next issue. THE SHOW.-Entries closed yester day (Tuesday) fcr the forthcoming exhibition of the Dubbo P. A. and H. Association. Mr. G. H. Taylor, the secretary, and his staff of assistants were kept busily employed in roceiying entries and making arrangements for exhibits, and everything points to a most successful gathering. MB. P. E. BODY'S HORSES AT BATH URST.-Mr. F. E. Body's Forester won the Hereford Cup at the Bathurst Pionic Race Club's meeting on Saturday; and the same owner's Pilot won the Picnic Race Club Handicap. CRICKET.-A cricket match between the Alberts and Narramine Clnb will be played next Saturday, 21st inst, at Dubbo. The Alberts team will be selected from the following:-H. B. Itanken, W. Hives, E. Howe, M. Dunn, P. A. Smith, D. Soane, junr., Walter Brown, Geo. Taylor, J. Bailey, D. Armstrong, F. D. Fish...
The Barraba Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 April 1894
The Barraba Murder. S It is said that Mr. M'Kay's last words were, " No, not if I died for it1' The murderers are still being pur sued, an exact description of them having been obtained. The police are hemming them in. It is believed the murderers have doubled on their tracks, and are now supposed to be making their way to Horton fiiver. Black trackers arc out. The heavy rain has greatly interfered with their progress. The polico believe the murderers are so desperate that when they oome upon them the conflict will be serious* An inquest on the body of Mr. M'Kay, the victim of the bank tragedy at Barraba, was concluded to-day. A verdict of wilful murder by two men unknown was returned. The jury expressed an opinion that but for the brave conduct of Mrs. M'Kay in alarming the town the bank would have suffered heavy loss.
THE MASONIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 April 1894
THE MASOiriO HALL. THE alterations and additions to the Masonic Hall are now nearly com pleted, and it will be opened to the public for the first time on Monday evening next, on the occasion of Mr. Loxtoa's lecture on the land question, though what may be called the official opening will take place on Wednesday night, when the complimentary entertainment to Mr. and Mrs. George Hooper will be given; for this event a most attractive programme is announced, and the new scenery painted in Sydney by Mr. Alfred Clint, aud which is described as a real work of art, will be displayed for the first time. There are six sets of new scenery, and a new pros cenium. The stage will also be furnished as a drawing room. The painting and decorating of the hall has been carried out by the local firm of Soane Brothers, and reflects great credit on them, an opinion which the public will no doubt confirm when the hall is inspected. The ceilings, walls, doors, and windows are painted in white, pale green, ...
THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 April 1894
THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. ON Wednesday evening a meeting, convened by the Mayor iti renponse to a requisition, was beld at- the Town Hall to consider th e desirableness of publicly entertaining the Premier aud mem bers of the Ministry during their coming visit to Dubbo. There was a small attendance. The MAYOR, who presided, read the advertisement convening the meeting, and also read apologies from non attendance from Messrs. H. A. D. O'Connor, E. N. Blacket, D. Soane, J. G. Brown, and others. He said that be was sure persons of all shades of political opinion wonld cordially unite in welcoming the Ministers to Dnbbo, and wonld do their best to treat them hospitably for the credit of the town. He called on Mr. J. D. WILKIKSOV to move the first resolu tion, as follows:-" That the Hon. the Premier, the Minister for Works, and snob other members ot the Ministry as may visit Dubbo, be entertained on Wednesday night at a citizen's banquet." Seconded by Mr. E. W. SOANE, and carried. The seoou...
NARROMINE NOTES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 April 1894
NARROMINE IfOTSS. [Fboh oub own Coebeipohdent.] April 18. TITHOID fever has at last made its appearance in Narromino, one younff man named George Wilson dying from that disease on Monday night. This being the only case as yet, every precaution should be taken to prevent its spreading. I would like to draw attention to the state of the lane behind Obns's butcher's shop, which being situated near tho fever-striuken house, is very likely to spread the disease. Our local pumper is likely to be removed on to the Molnng to Parkes line and a man from Duhbo will wo k this place, and a man from Nevertiro will work Traogie. Most of the orop&lt; ore up about here, and being too forward sheep are put on the majority of them. About 21 truoka of sheep were truoked here yesterday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 April 1894
SpooUl Advsrtisemonts. [A Caed.] Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrick. 2C»01o&l Offlser Sabbo Hospital. JCwfmrit ttrtet, D UBBO. Ask Your Doctor IF DRY GIN Is not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., Agents, Sydney. Support Local Industry. fob grinting. j Hob printing. 0»t youu JOB pbintino VA DONE \ AT \IHi- OFFICB \ OF THE J)UBBO LIBERAL, The CHEAPEST and BEST in iht DutrM.
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 April 1894
V* Oorrenponileiiu. A-Tramo* to the following rules may (save a. /?food deal of trouble or disappointment. .'W^b etery communication must be sent -name nod address of the writer, not .jaeciuiMttily for publication. but aa a guarantee iof good faith; otherwiue, no attention can be .paid to theletter. Rejected ooramaniottionB will not be ' nluraxd. The writers should keep drafts or MriM, .We«Uim the right to excise anything which "we rieein objectionable from letters; ? and florrespondents who decline to aooede to that oourw «*n mjr m when they send their letters. Should we find correetion necessary, ;? aoderthone circumstances the letters will not bs published in the LIBEBI£. unlnuation, and avoid an oe of offensive feracmalitzee, aie two things which we ?peaiaUy commend to the oafloe of oorres pondentn, if they wish to be certain that their communications will be accepted by w>.
The Medical Uses of Eggs. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 April 1894
The Medical Uses of Eggs Foa burns and so&lds there is nothing more soothing than the white of an egg, which (nay be poured over the wound. It is softer aa a varnish for a burn than collodion, and being always on hand can be applied im mediately. It ia also more cooling than the " sweet oil and cotton,'' which was formerly supposed to be the surest application to allay the smarting pain. It is the contact with the air which gives the cxtremo discomfort experienced from ordinary accidents of this kind, and anything that excludes the air and prevonts inflammation is the thing to be at ence applied. The egg is also considered one of the very best remedies for dysentery. Beaten up lightly, with or without sugar, and swallowed at a gulp, it tends by its emollient qualities to lesson the inflammation of the stomach and intestines, and by forming a transient coating on these organs to enable nature to assume the healthful sway over the diseased body. Two, or at most three eggs per ...
TAX ON TRAVELLING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 April 1894
TAX OiY TRAVELLING &HEEP. IK the Legislative) Assembly oa Tuetday, Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan uukod the Miniater for Miueu and Agriculture, wichuut notice, if it wns a iact that the late Crown Soliuitor bud declared ultra vires iu the Diseases in Sheep Act a regulation issued by the Minister for Miueu, to the effect that tlio owners of travel ling sheep may appeal against travelling charges oa depositing amount uc giving bond , for it. The Minister admitiod that such was : liio case, but uaid that (.he matter was Dow engaging the atteuliou of the Attorney Geueral, with a view to new legislation deal ing wiU' the matter. Mr. O'ijullivau hoped that the legislation would be intra luced Uii» ucusiou, and tlin Minister wan understood t» say that it would. It in stated tiu.t hitherto the local Stock Hoards have dealt with theae .barges and remitted them iu. uaeee where cheep were not luafiug. but the ubrojfntion of the regulation is causing tfieat uusouremeiiae to a large number of iarm...