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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894

Local and General News. TO-DAY'S EVENTS.-To-day's festi vities will commence with the reception of Sir George Dibbs and any other members of the Ministry who may accompany him at the railway station; thence the party will be conducted to the Town Hall, where an address will be presented to the Premier by the Mayor. At 9 o'clock the annual inspection of the local volunteers will take place by Colonel Holberow, on the Central Park- At 11 o'clock the official opening of the waterworks will take place at the Town Hall. At noon Sir George Dibbs will form ally open the Show, and will be entertained at a lunoheon in the new grand stand, la the evening the Ministerial party will be present at a banquet given in their honour at the Protestant Hall. R. and B. D. COMPANY.-Onr readers are reminded that on Thurs day evening a meeting will take place in the Town Hall in connection with the Dubbo Refrigerating and Boiling Down Company. Mr. C. Fetherstou haugh, Mr. W. Alison, and other gentlemen wi...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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A Scented Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894

Acting THEBE wasanyamount t>f eas .at the .fTathe&ng of the East Muitland Borough Cdnncil on Wednesday even ing. Not that the aldermen were raore tban orcliiiimly prolix or verba e. On the* other hand, the members of the Ortancil 'irere nu usually terse and concise in their speeches. The chamber has lately been fitted with one. ,<if those new-fangled Wenluvm. lamps, vvhirli are grand things in their way, btft the one which is used by the wise men of the East is appar ently 'more complex than the usual stftnip, or rise the Council Clerk whose duty it is to set it going and stopping-knows litble about it. Anyhow 'liKweras lo regard it in much the same light as the Czar of all the Bossians 'does a dynpmite bomb, and if it is ht all inclined to be erratic, Mr. Bowes pels discouraged promptly. It. jvas in an erratic mood last evening and afterit, had reared, up fiercely and signified ita intentien of bnrsting, Mr. Bowes vamoosed the ranch in search ?of a gas fitter ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894

THE IA.SD QUESTION. 41*. T> H. LokTON, lioansed surveyor, mill known in the distriot in oonneotlou with land mittera, delivered a lecture on .' Mr. Gops laud'a Land Polioy and Land Value Taxa tion " in the Masonic Hall on Monday even ing. There was a moderate attendance. His Wotubip the Mayor of Dubbo (Alder man N. Jtuller, J.P.), oeonpied the chair, and briefly introduced the lecturer. Mr. Iioxtojt said he was aware that he had not ohosen a good nUtyt for his address, as there were so many other attractions; bnt heoouldse* that be had an intelligent au dience ; and one that was worth speaking to. He would speak on Mr. Copeland's land policy-if he really had a polioy-and on land_ value taxatiou, This was a question that was "very little understood and very much misrepresented, particularly in the country. He knew it wan very hard to fasten a polioy on the present Government at all; if objec tions were taken to any policy announued by them, they were always ready to drop it, and g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. Dutfto p. A- and E. Asso ciation. NOTICE. ALL PEDESTRIANS TO ENTER .SHOW GROUND by main gate, TaIbrajrpr-Btreet, and alt vebioles and 8took to enter by the South tide (rate. G. H. TAYLOR, Secretary. BANQUET TO THE Premier & Ministry A BANQUET TO SIR GEORGE DIBBS »nd other members of the Miuistry will be held in the Pbutbktaht HALL, To-nigljt (Wednesday), APBIL 25, at 8 o'clock. The Hall has been kindly given by the Lady Stallholders of the Bazaa.. Tickets to Banquet... ... 16s. ,, Gallery ... ... 2s. Stage arranged for Iadiw only. T. W. HE AY DON, Hon. Sec, Eureka Gold Saving Machine. THIS Wonderful Machine con now be seen in Working Order at Mr. F. Nichoi.L'B SHOP, Talbragnr-street, Dubbo, who is agent for them. It is the Cheapest in the market, and guaran teed to SAVE THE SMALLEST FRAC TION OF GOLD. Macquarie Brewery, Dubbo. I HAVE this dav appointed Mr. A. PENGELLY to S.EPRESENT ABOVE BREWERY AND COLLECT ALL AC COUNTS, and his receipt will be a sufficient ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894

\ .*TMTI£ fallowing Royal Mail Steamship" L bulmiirliiy to thu OltlENT an I'ACIPtC COMPANIES will leave SYDNE* HI, iinr. on flie umlnrinuntioiiod dates for PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury] vitt Melbourne. Adelaide, Albany. Colombo, ini^ the Suez Canal, calling at XupJo.s an Gibraltar -- 'ORIENT oiiiira OROTAVA OIlUBA. .AUSXRAL ?Viiii OOJl H. K. In*kip W. Ji White, R.K.R K.. Studdert Lindsay Ilay ? M. Tuke, R.N.R. 1 April « May 7 May 21 J une 4 June 18 And fortnightly thereafter. .PASSAGE MONlfc-Saloon, £60, £70. Second, £35, £37, £40. Third, £17 17« to £2:!. Betvrn Tickets, £0,), £l0i, £110. SALOON PASSENGERS allowed to brea their journey. Fiicifitie* are afforded for bringing ou friends and relatives from London by the prepayment of passage money. MANAGERS: F. GRERN and CO., and ANDI3RSOX, ANDERSON and CO., PirO!icnurch-)tventie, London, E C. Fall parlieulnrs on application to DAVID ANDI5RSON, Gntuwul Manager in Australia. 43, Pitt-«trat. w ESSA.GERIE3 MARITIM13S. tfVDNKY TO LONDON, V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894

IF YOU WANT \ Advertise " __ _ | PEOPLE ^TH£ qubbo LIBERAL TO ! KNOW ! T . - i Local OF AN YTHI NGf; Daily Increasing THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. MACQUARIE ADVOCATE, l'UHMSIIEI) KVEKY WEDNKKUAY AX!> SATU1!1»AY Coi:l;iiiiK the Ln-teofc f.Vonial and Inton-oJoiiijiI Tu.fc£raiu.-, ^niuis, IjucjiI and Goiieral Now.-. We be^ to draw the attention of our coitstiluoTn.-: tn flio Wins of fcubsmpHon under (lit? now innnaguiiM ni, which i:;une into i'orcj »>j] lilt' Jsr .January, jsyii, viz.; Por Annum, in advanco X\ <> t* Per Ha.Jf-ye:ir, in advaiioo ... ... " 1" {i 1 \-r Quarter, in advain'o ... ... <) ."> <1 1W <.ju:n*lfit' booked ... ... " 0 '> Sintflu Copies ... ... d o ',i As the Li TJEP Al is now conducted on broad prinoipl ^, ;uid 1 ho circulation is daily incivasin^', we c:in rocominead bu.smoss people to irivo it a trial ns an adveit i-siu^ medium. The term* fur ordinary adv'Ttisomeutts are : bin^l« Column : Ms. for the iirst inch, ...

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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894

The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS, NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, Tuesday.   The supply of sheep was the   smallest for a considerable time. Prices advanced in consequence. Best wethers 7s 5d, others from 4s 6d. The cattle market was dull. Best beef 11s 6d. In the Assembly to-day Mr. Cope- land stated that he could not consent to the Council's amendments in the Mining on Private Property Bill. Therefore he proposed to withdraw   the bill and introduce a new one to- morrow, with a view to passing it through all its stages in the same day. Thunderbolt, the notorious criminal sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment in 1882, has been released on condition that he leaves Australia. He will probably go to South Africa. A well known resident of Gunnedah, Patrick M'Manus, has been arrested on suspicion of the Barraba murder, and has been remanded to Barraba. The police saw accused mounting a horse, and he appeared to get on very awkwardly. While detai...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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DUBBO POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 23. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 25 April 1894

DUBBO POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 23. (Before the P.M.) Alexander Neurnan and John M'Donald were charged with forging and uttering a cheque for £7 9s on the Bank of New South Wales, purporting to be drawn by Edwin E. Blacket, of Dubbo. Senior-Constable Butler deposed that on Friday night, about 9 o'clock, accompanied by Constable Menzies, he arrested accused Neuman in Macquarie-street, on another charge ; on searching him, found two tracings (produced) in a pocket book ; (the tracings were of two cheques, one the cheque forming the subject of the charge) ; asked Neuman where he got them ; he made no reply, but made a grab at the   paper ; next morning showed him the cheque produced, signed "Edwin N. Blacket," dated 7th April, 1894, for £7 9s on Bank of New South Wales ; asked him if he had ever seen it before ; he said "yes ;" witness asked "Who with?" Neuman replied, "I can't tell you - I saw it with some man, I don't know who he was ;" witness said, "I now charge you ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Adulterated Tea. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

Adulterated Tea ;In the Legislative Assembly on 'Tuesday evening Mr. Ncild asked tho Premier whether be had taken any action in regard to the sample of adulterated tea wbich he had re cently brought under his notice. Sir Gerrgu Dibbs said that he hud given the sample ootnplaiued of to Mr. Hamlet, the Government Analyst, and (hat that officer had described if. as being of a very infeiior quality and in fact unfit for human food. It would be necessary, however, how ever, for the police authorities (o obtain another sample direct from the bulk shipment before further action could be taken, aud he,might, say that the consignee baft promised to assist the Government in tho matter. Mr. Neild then asked the Premier to explain the nature of the adulteration to which the tea had been subjected, and Sir Gnorgc Dibbs stated iu reply that the foreign in gredients were principally lead and antimony-the lead being in some instances visible to the nakod eye. The tea also contained some shavings an...

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Peculiar Accident at a School. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

Peculiar Accident at a School. On Monday morning at recess time, 11 ,o'cloekra peculiar accident, fortu nately unattended with any Berions consequences, oeccurred at the Erskinoville Public School. A number of girls were in one of the outhouses, when the floor gave way and precipitated them into a cesspit about 6ft deep beneath. The pit extended tinder the whole of the building, which was about 20ft long, and was covered by ,a,concrete floor- supported j by an iron girder. The concrete .completely collapsed, and the girls, about, 14 in number, were thrown into 1 the filth which tilled the pit to a: depth of about 2ft. Hslp was imiuc. 1 diately forthcoming, and the majority of the children were immediately rescued from their eolnewiiat danger-1 OUR position- Ono named Annie Wilson seemed to have been disabled, ; and was floating about face down wards when she was pulled out by one of the teachers. The child was unconscious, but Constables Sex and Johnston, of tho Newtown police, succ...

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The Czar's Physician. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

The Czar's Physician. PbofeskoR JJakharin, of Moscow, wbo Attended the Czar during his recent illness is almost as well known in Russia for h<s eccentricities as for his eminence as a physician. When lie s called to attend a patient special arrangement's must be made in the' house-all dogs must be kept oat of the way; all clocks musl be stopped; all doors must be thrown -wide open. The professor on entering begins a process of gradual undressing, leaving his furs in the hall, his overcoat in the next room, his goloshes in the third, <fcc. He insists on psrfoc silence on the part of the afflicted | relatives, except in reply to his j questions, when their speech must he literally " Tea " and " Nay." He has a theory which-he expresses in tihe mixim "take a rest before you ?are tired," and accordingly lie sits dawn every eight or ten steps. His ?demeanour towards doctors with "whom he happens to be unucqnaintoci makes him greatly feared by them, and some eight yea...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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MEAT EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

MEAT EXPORT. A- MEETING of those interested in the completion of the scheme of the Dubbo Refrigerating and Boiling Down Company, aiid also in support of the proposed GraEiera' Meat Ex port Company of New South WaleSi wan held in the Masonic Hall on Thnrsday evening. Mr. J. D. Mackay, J.P., was in the chair, aud the hall was crowded, amongst those present being-Messrs. Baloombe, Atkinson, F. E. Body, Rntledge, Scott, J. Rutherford, 0. Rice, Carter, W. H. Armstrong, Beverage, Smith (Narro mine), M, S. Love (P.M.), Dr. Fitst Patrick, J. MacBarry, Humphries (Nevertire), Reddan (Warren), J. G. Brown, Ebsworth, A. EL. Fearon, J. A. Ryan, P. V. Ryan, R. Booth, H. A. D. O'Connor, H. Munckton, Arch deacon Wilson, W. Allison, W. C. A'Beckett, S. Phillips, J. O. Machattie, R. B. MacKenzie, and many others. The CUAIUSIAN, in opening: tae pro ceedings, said he believed the carrying I out of the objects of the meeting would lift the pnstoriil industry from its present low level. The wool industry...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

Local and General News. Thk Eclifse Goi-n SAVER.-One of Messrs. 11. T. Gall and Co.'s Eclipse gold savors was on the Show Ground during the week, and put through several lots of staff successfully. Mr. La Greisley was bo impressed with tbo machiues that he has purchased on«, which will be placed on the Mograguy, and will be available for trials by arrangement with the enter prising owner. TROTTING. - The meeting of the Dubbo District Trotting and Pony Racing Club fixed for to-day at the Racecourse promises ? to be most successful. There are. good entries, and as all the horses are in fine form, good racing may be expected W. B. WILKINSON.-Mr. Wilkinson will address the electors to-night (Saturday) from the huntings, taking for his text the " 1st verse, last chapter, of the Book of Morgan." He will also apeak on con-Stable Government. THE BAZ/ur.-The baziar in the Protestant Hall, in aid of the funds of the Convent, which was inter, rupted to enable the banquet to be given to the Min...

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PHYSIC. ITS EARLY ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

PHYSIC. ITS EARLY ORIGIN. Physic appears U» have beta 6rst practised by Egyptian priests. Pythagoras endeavour ed to eipluin the philosophy of disease and the action of medicine more than tivc hun dred years before Christ. It ib a fact, although not generally known, that Wolfe's Schnapps was originally sold by chemists and druggists as a specific against Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Liver Complaints and other troubles of a kindred nature. It is now sold throughout the civilized world, bnt latterly envious rivals have tried to compete, al though without success. It is however necessary that all who desire the pure genuine liquor, especially ladies when nursing, or invalids who use it as medicine, should bo careful to buy whole bottles, which hare not been tampered with.

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THE PREMIER IN DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

THE PJIBUIER IN DUBBO. SIB Ozoass Dujbs arrived in Dubbo on Wednesday morning, accompanied by Messrs. Jauies Morgan, York, and Crick, I Mjb.Ij.A.. On Sir Gaorge ftliiflitiliR from: the train, he was received by His Worship the Mayor (Alderman N Muller, J.P.), and by several members of the committed of the P. A. and H. Association, at whose invita tion the Premier visited Dubbo. The Mayor presented the following address to the Premier: " To the Hon. Sir George E. Dibbs, K C.M G.- Sir,-On behalf of the inhabitants of the town and district I have much pleasnre in welcoming you to Dubbo, I In common with the residents of other parts of the colony, we have not been un mindful of the eminent services rendered by you in a grave crisis; and we beg you to accept our congratulations on the result j of your prompt and vigorous legislation. Assuring you of our high esteem, and trusting you may be long spared to serve your native country in its Parliament,-I have the honour to be, sir, your obed...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

WESLttYAN CHURCH. April 29-Dubbo ll a.m. and 7 p.m.; Rev. J. Turn. Anthem in the evening'. " Abide With Me." Lithgow'd 11 a.m.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

ROHAN CATHOLIC. Rev. W. Byrne and Rev. J. G'Keeffe. St. Bridget's, Dabbo.-Sunday, April 29, Mass S a.m. and 11 a.m ; Vespers, 7.30. Friday, Stations of the Cross, 7.30. Mass at Dubbo every morning at 7.

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THE SHOW GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

THB SHOW QBOUHD. On arriving on the ground the party were I met by the Yioe-presidente, member' of the committee, treasurer {Mr, C. H. FitzGtarald), and by Mr. G. H. Taylor, eeoretary, who had nuffloiently reoovereii from hie severe attack of illneu to be present. The Premier was escorted to the pavilion, where he formally declared the show open. In doing I so, SIR Gioroe Dibbs said he bad great pleasure id deolariag the show otHoiully open, and expressed his best wishes for ita sucocsa, The colony had passed under a heavy cloud, aud tbey hid all felt the depression, but as one who was a careful watulier of .things he oould prophesy that they had reaOhed the end of their trouble, and that New South Wales would before long oome back to its wonted prosperity. The advorsity thry had passed through would be n good lesson tor the people, who must learn that retrench ment and economy must be practised. There was no evil without, a touch of good. It would teach the people to look to the so...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

SRESB YTERIAN CUURGH Rev. J. T. Main, 11.A., Minister. April 29-Dubbo 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. lCveninif service in the Hall. Preacher Rev. T. W. Smythe.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 April 1894

-'I" . = To f!orpo«i»oi»dem». WBSTtjow tn tlio fotlowin/? rules (Buy save ft *ood deal of trouble or disappointment. .With wery communication muni be sent ibe nune and address of the writer, not , aroeworily for publication, but an a tfoarantee of pood faith; otherwine, uo attention can he puid tu the latter, Bejecud nommauioatione will not be returned. The writers should keep drafts or wpies. we olaim the right to excise anything which ire deem objectionable from letters; and correspondents who deoUoe to accede to that course can say so "when they Bend their letters. Should we find correction neoes'ary, .oder these circumstances the letters will not be juublieked in the LIBEBAI,. Condensation, «nd avoidance of offensive personalities, ate two things which we specially commend to the notice of corres- \ jxmdenta, if they wish to be certain that their communications will be accepted by u«.

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