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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
Sole A% 3nts for the Celebrated Kfah -Class IE»I.A.:KrC>JS PlilMOS EY Steinvay and Sony, Krard and Co., Julius Feurieb, Uebel and Lechleifco1, Carl Kcke Gors and Kallmann, the "Victor," the " Aluo have u largo and njJeo stock of nil other well-known milkers, such as Colhirri, Kirkmnnu, Lipp, &aM &u. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Made upon honour, Bold upon merit, known the world over. Tho boat and cheapest. Over a quarter vi a million ulraady Njld. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The beet for tone, tune, end durnbility. H uvo letcivcd fiiM liin* ;&lt;t nil Fx! il iti&lt; W. H. PALING and Co., Limited, guaranfeo all their insfrfimen tf. Their principle h.i been to t-upply only thoroughly reliahU instruments, and they hive now the lurp a PUno and Mupic husiueH* in Australia. Tho Kterlin;? qtmlitieH of their i'mmm x\n been abundantly proved hy Jonj? ami varied experience in thoho colonies. Their l:ir«*&lt;» 'j ;,^i aim ample «nnbln them to p...
Jumping Contests at Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
Jumping Contests at Shows MB. Q-F.onai! KITCHEN, of Dtihbn, writes as fullowa to the Bathurst ADVOCATE :-I was very pleased to see Mr. E. Terry's letter iu your issue of tho 18tli inBt., re judging hunters, for liis opinions are worth hearing on this subject. My experience iu the hunting field coincides with Mr, Terry's. You do not want a brute that you have to tako half a mile from his fence an5 race along with whip aud spur, neither do you want a bruto that goes at his jumps with his head in the air, aud his rider hauling at him for dear life. You want a horse that you can turn round in his own length, and who will tako his fence without pulling the arms cf his rider out of joint, I can quite believe Mr. Terry when he tells us that the host hunter ho ever saw was one tba tipped his fences, for I rode one in the hauling field for years that would tip every fonco or Btone wall he came to aud I never knew him to make a mistake. I have had tho honour of judging hunters at two shows, a...
Inspector of Scaffolding. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
Inspector of Scaffolding- | WHEN Mr. Luseombe was appointed inspector of scaffolding tlio astonish. I ment of this colony gradually settled | down into gloomy indifference. Wliaj. struck the p&pple at large first of til! in connectioiiiyith the matter was tbe inspired ingehnity which Blinwed jtsfilf capable of inventing the new office. The next thing that occurred to them was that if such. au official were necessary he should have b:,>eu chosen from among men kno wn t0 hare some jjrsictical knowledge of scaffold-building, used 10 intricacies of pnflock holes and cross-ties, and habituated to swinging about iu a b ucket up in the blue ether far above the heads of an admiring public. And vrhon it. became known, farther that Mr. Lmscombo had no power to force bis way upon premises in course( i of construction, and dictate the nature of ropes and planks and poles to contractors, but could only stroll round on sufferance and offer sug . gestions, a good deal was said in a snee...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
NOTES AND COMMENTS. The Chancellor's address at (he recent University Commemoration contains an emphatic proteBt against the retrenchment Bcheine of the Govern ment in 'regard to public assist ance to oar chief seat of learning* In addition to the original statutory endowment of £5000 a year, a supplementary vote each year has increased the State allowance until this additional regular grant amounted to £8500 per annum, besides oc casional grants of £2000 for apparatus and appliances. In 1893 tho House cut down the supplementary grant to £8000, atid all the apparatus vote, and dccided that the £8000 should diminish by a yearly sum of £2000 until extinction, when the University would have to rely upon its own resources, with the exception of the yearly endowment of -£5000. The Chancellor is greatly exercised over this retrenchment, as he considers that the sum mentioned, together with fees and the income of nearly £i>000 derived from bequests, will not allow them to keep the Unive...
Hints for Small Wool Growers. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
Hints for Small Wool Growers PACK llic fleeces of yonr different flocks sfepuratuly, and ^always brand mveh bale ivith a word or letter indicating wnat. it contains. Brand jHinv bules clearly on tho cud and side and number them from 1 upwards. Avoid oily mixtures for branding bales- Use ink. Adopt a distinctive brand which is not. likely to be taken up by anybody else. If yon enn possibly buy or borrow a press, don't send your wool to market in spiuiu parked bales There are sonic buyers who will no!; look ut spade panked lota! Avoid heavy bales; J-»3Jlbs. h honvy enough for a bale of greasy fleece, and 2G0Ibs. for a bale of wnshed. Always shear in the grease unless yon can keep the \vo.>l a really bright colour after washing. If you skirt your wool, do it narwfnlly. A clumsy skirting is worse that, no tikirting at all. Don't, tie yonr fteeces with string ; it is a troublesome job, and at. bumpers buyers iu rimkin^ tbeir valuations. Avoid mixed liale.-i. .The intrinsic valne of an...
P. A. AND H. ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
P. A- AND E. ASSOCIATION. AMWU, EXHIBITION. MORE fortunate than oar Wellington . friends, the first day of the Dubbo Show was favoured with weather j calculated to meet the requirements -of; the most captious critic, and the temperature was at that happy medium which tempts to out-door exoursioninp. At an early boar on Tuesday morning i" show-ground presented an animated scene, those more directed interested being busily engaged in giving the necossary final touchcs to the exhibits which would enable them to be seen to the best advantage. In the afternoon, the clear sky and the warm sunshine invited a large attendance, and the contrast between the dismal weather ' prevailing on the opening day last ; year and the model show weather of this was; most marked ; and if the good offices of the weather clerk are continued daring the remainder of oar " carnival week '* the success of the show will be assured. The attendance was fair, and the grand stand much better patronised than was the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
iwgsr . :OT$3pacE9 POP YOUR QEDERS IN you read tius paper, PAUSEfit our Advertisement, PONlJEE it over, THISK of it, aa UvliM you mko in the morning you will conclude, that the 'X , J .F-TBEYTHIN&lt;3c. BENT BYBBI WHEBl. OTDEE. People it brmjrs undisi jfyiX OF FUBNIIUSE iseelBCted by our -well-trained and astute Assistants, with a skill anil precision that only experience can give. Taehion Sheets axujl , Mce liete. We pay Irainage ©rshipijpg freight to any Railway Station or Port in New South Wales on all parcels of the value of £210s and upwards^ ..Ironmongery, Crockery and Glass, ?Si'oc'ery, Toys, Harness, Floorclothe, Bedsteads andBedding, and other Heavy and Bulky Goods "Universal 3?i oviders, IPalace Emporium, EL'aymarket (only), SYJDJNT-EY (close to tbe "Railway Station.
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
To o*rnqMB4i*li. ' 'AtTKimaw to the following rules may give * good deal of tronbla or disappointment. With every' communinationtnust lie Mat the ;diim sod address of the writer, not -mwMfll/ forpublictttiiiii, but as a jjuarantoe flf good fwth; otherwise, do attention can b paid to tin letter. Rejected oommuuicatioDB will not be Mtaroad. The writers should keep drafts or fopUe. We claim the right to erciss anythinj. which we deem objcotianable from letters f .nd correspondents who decline to accede to that ooune can rty to when they send their letters. Should we find correction neoesnry, an&eriheee circumstances the letters will not to published in the T&lt;twhmt.. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive penonilitue, tie two things wbioh we epesiaUy commend to the nonce of oorree pondentn, If thev wish to be certain that ihrir communications will he accepted by OR.
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, April 25, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
THEDUBBO LIBERAL AND WACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Wednesday, April 2», 1894. THE mpptinn; to be held on Thursday night in the Town Hall to discuss the question of moat export is one of the most important ever convened in Dubbo, The Show will no doubt attract to the town many pastoralists and sheep-farmers who are more directly interested in the question, and thus the time chosen for holding the meeting is most opportune. The advantages of the establish ment of chilling works in Dubbo have been repeatedly dwelt on in our columns, and on Thursday night further arguments will be placed before the public by the lion. W. J. Lyne and Mr. Fecherstonhaugh as to the advisableness of works being erected here without delay. Mr, Fetherstonhaugh is pro-. bably possessed of more special knowledge of the working of the meat export trade, both in the colonies and in England, than any other Australian, and his address should prove the most beneficial of all the many public arrangements duriug Show week, The ...
CIRCUMNAVIGATION. NOT CONFINED TO THE 15TH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
CIRCUMNAVIGATION. WOT CONFINED TO THE 15TII CENTtTRT. Sir Francis Drake sailed from Falmouth, England, in 1577, and circumnavigated tlie globe, and after many perilous adventures returned to England iu 15S0. Circumnavi gation, however, was not brought to » sciencc *autil the present century, and strangely enough it has attained to it> greatest strength in Australasia, when throughout the length and breadth of tin continent, the public are ciivuiiiuavigntci. by scoundrels in sheep's clothing who pah. off vile concoctions, which tluy place in empty bottles which previously held the genuine Wolfe's Schnapps. Out' way to prevent this is to break the hottli s after tin genuiuc Schnapps has been used, and another is to buy whole bottles.
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. Two hundred arrests have been made in Poland in conncction with the com memofation of the Warsaw revolu tion. Cholera has broken out. again in G-alicia. The disease lias also made its appearance in Lisbon. Polti, the anarchist, has made a full confession. He says Forandi, who was arrested, directed everything, but kept in the back ground and guaranteed to provide pensions for wounded anarchists and provide counsel for tliem if arrested. A large body of Coxey's labour army is at Omaha, in Nebraska. The railways have stopped services througa fear of outrages, and the city is consequently isolated. The militia is in readiness to prevent disorder. The citizens are being urged to provide waggons to assist an exodus to Washington. The Coxeyiles demand that the govern ment spend five hundred milliou dollars in relief works for the unemployed. A general strike of colliers in America has commenced, and a hundred thousand men are out.
LABOUR SETTLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
LABOUR SETTLEMENTS. The bill to amend the Labour Settlements Act, which was introduced info the Assembly by Mr. Copel md early on Friday morning, is a short but important measure of four claUHee. tr is to be read with and forming part of the Labour Settlements Act The Minister for Lands may recom mended to be paid to the board of control, and the Colonial Treasurer may from any moneys voted for the purpose pay to sucli boards, any sums the Minister may deem necessary or expedient, providod that tho aggregate amount to be advanced by way of loan shall not, when taken together with any moneys advanced before the commence ment of the Amendment Act, exceed for each enrolled member:-1. Who is head of a family dependent upon him, J230; 2, who is a married person without a family dependent upon him, £40; and 3, who is an unmarried person over the ago of 21 years (these terms including a bachelor, a spinster, a widower, or a widow), £30. A proviso is added that the Minister, before making- ...
SALE OF CONCENTRATED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
SALE OF CONCENTRATED MIZK. Vor Rome time past 'the Board of Health "hare had under consideration the^qnestion of the addition ot birio acid to milk in concen trated and other forms, for the pnrpose of preserving (be tame. JYom inquiries made it app«ara that the use of boric acid lias now beaotneTery general, one Bamjrie having been so heavily charged that an infant using't, ?and congnming one pint per diem, would in one week have taken no less than 1") grains of borio acid, which would be injurious to its system. The board have decided that a tiotico ahoiAd.be published advising that the ?addition of borio acid to milk for preserving "purposes should be made in very small ?quantities, and that the vessel containing nuoh milk Should have legibly printed on its label a statement of the proportions of boric -aoid uaeft
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
"iss if anal ffo. 93-46, qjii&OrJeoiBion rgJ ^Mtin and JWtorlialf cost of t gDt rabbit-proof &lt; aee for decision ^ 4a Partoral Com J. T. Horrigan's .. e-S52, Dubbo. Byippetl against appraised BItional lease, No. 93-62, appeal against granting I H'Haffie'a conditional lease, | ^&lt;93-58, Warren. Dubbo Loud Board's reference for di rection fa cespeot &lt;uf complaint by H T. Pratt againet Gkttdabroagb, Mart, and Co.'s | .additional conditional purchase, No. 90-64, and oonjftfnnal lea90, No. 14,303, Dubbo. , W. C. Perria's appeal against appraised *&lt;mt»I of bU %oraeatead lease, No. 93-12, IVWIgett.
THAWING MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
THAWIXG MEAT. A MT5TOCFD of gradually thawing frozen meat by means of fans regulating tins process over a period of fire &lt;Uvs liaa been regarded as a oncoess. Mr. 8. Lowe reports to the New Zealand Department of Agriculture that Mr. Washington, the engineer of Messrs. Wells and Co., ef the Cold .Stores, Port Said, ib the fortunate discoverer. He and Mr. Iiichenberg, of the same firm, have been making a series of experiments to verify the fuivantages of ttio discovery, A few days ago one of the bent butchers in Smithfield was invited to examine beef treated by the new method of thawing. He came prepared with a knife and n sceptical mind. Before cutting the meal he declared it would " weep " on it being cut, that ib, it Would exude a very muoh groBter quantity of the juices of beef than fresh meat would do. He was very much surprised that it did not behave as he had anticipated. It out very freely, and no more juice ran out of the beef than if it had been fresh. When first ...
ABORIGINES PROTECTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
ABORIGINES PROTECTION BOARD. THE report of the Aborigines Protection Board for '1893 Btatps that the aboriginal popnliftion of (be colony, compiled from in formation collected by the polico oil October 15, chow that during the 12 rnsnthH ended on that date there was a decrease of 230 in the number of tulMiloods, and an increase of 136 lialf-caBtes, or a net decrease of 01. The ?total now stanfls at 7235, as against 7349 in 1892. In the case of full-bloods, the re ported deaths exceeded the reported births by 43, the numbers being 150 and 107 respec tively. The number of deaths was, however, 57 less than the average for the five previous yearn, indijrttintr the probublo result of increased 'ciro and comfort administered to the race. The deficiency unaccounted for is probably due 'to the difficulty of taking a correct census owing to the migratory habita of the aborigines in remote districts. The increase of births over deaths amongst the half castes was 71, tbe numbers being 136 and ...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894
Tin: M.tll.S. Mail* Ci.-u-e fou - Sydney, 15'iilmtat, Orange, otc-Daily nt J. 15 p. in. Bourko, Ny«i«an, Rurroimnp, etc- Drtilv at 7.45 a.m. Coonamble, Gilgaridta, etc - Tu&lt;*siioys, 'lhursdovH and Saturdays, ut 0 ri.tn. Cobbnrah, Jtfiiirungutidy and -tu>rt Wcduesdays and SiiiuidinP, at H.oO ii.ni. Tominjrley mid Peak Hill - Tuesday*, Thursdays aud Saturday*, at S.45 it.m. Obley, Bdarbijral mri Minotr-Wednesdays and Saturday)', tit 9..'10 a.m. Ponto and Terra Bella - Mondays and Wednesdays, nt 9.30 a.m. Teoandra-Tuesdays and Fiiduy«. O.oO a.to. MAILS AEE DJ!M vctiKn fkkx Sydney, Orange, Bathun-t, ete-Daily at 10 a.m. Bourke, Nyngan, .'Ifarromine, otc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. Coonnmble, G-il>rundr;i, etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Cobborah, Mnrrungundy and Baltimore Mondays 9 a.m., Tt urpdnys, 4 ji.m. Toiiiintrley nnd Punk Hill - Monday*, Wednesdays nml Friday*, 4 p.m. Obley-SlonilayR and Timredays 4 p.m. Porno and Term Bella - Tuesdays and SuturiiiivH. 4 p.m...