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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. T. Main. M.A., Minister. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. T. Main. M.A., Minister. Jan. 14 - Dubbo 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Evening service in the Hall. Narromine, 11am, Rev. W Watt. Timbrebongie, 2 45pm, Rev. W. Watt. Trangie, 7 45 p m, Rev. W. Watt. Warren, 11 a.m. and 7 30 p.m, Rev J. T. Main, MA.
WESLEYAN CHURCH. Rev. J. Tarn. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
WESLEY AN CHURCH. Rev. J. Tarn. January 14 - Obley 11, Dubbo 7 30. Subject in the evening, " Hope " Jan. 19 - Friday, Mr. Ower's, at 8 p.m. Jan. 21-Lithgow's 11 a.m. Farther particulars have been received of the fight which took place towards the end of the last month between the Italian troops at Fort Agordat, near Massowah, the principal port in Abyssinia and a force of 10,000 dervishes. It was at first reported that 1000 of the dervishes were killed, but their loss is now given at 4000 men.
DUBBO LANDS OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
DUBBO LANDS OFFICE. THE following land was taken up at the local office on Thursday : ANNUAL LEASES. J. Niven, 640 acres, county Lincoln, parishes Blackheath and Dapper. C. H. Fitzhardinge, 880 acres, county Gordon, parish Dubbo. E. N. Blacket, 910 and 640 acres, county Gordon, parish Dubbo. R. Forlonge, 272 acres, county Lincoln, parish Erskine, W. J. Copelin, 250 acres, county Lincoln, parishes Yarrow aud Tnck land. W. Baird, 640 acres, county Gordon, parish Dubbo. IMPROVEMENT PURCHASE. L. Power, ½ acre, town of Peak Hill.
NARROMINE NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
NARROMINE NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ) JANUARY 10. THE weather has been very sultry during the last week, reaching about 100 in the shade, but on Tuesday night a welcome change took place, when about 26 points of rain fell, which has served to cool the air if nothing else. The corn about is nearly all burnt off, so there will be very little corn here this year, the rain coming too late to do any good. We have had about 70 points of rain for the week. The contractors for the church of Eng- land have made a start with the building, which will be made of timber and only of a small size.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
Special Advertisements. [A CARD.] Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrick, Medical Officer Dubbo Hospital. Macquarie street DUBBO. Ask Your Doctor DRY GIN Is not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., Agents, Sydney. Support Local Industry, Job Printing. Job Printing GET YOUR JOB PRINTING &nbsp; DONE AT THE OFFICE OF THE DUBBO LIBERAL, The CHEAPEST and BEST in the District. &nbsp;
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, January 13, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, January 13, 1894. IT is gratifying to us to be able to announce that a number of electors of the new electorate of Dubbo are taking steps to induce a local candidate to come forward at the next general election, and that their choice has fallen on Mr. Alderman Simeon Phillips, J.P. Meetings have been held, and a requisition is now being circulated and will be presented to Mr. Phillips at an early date. It is to be hoped that gentleman will see his way clear to accept nomination. Apart from his personal popularity, Mr. Phillips has an unequalled record of good work done for the town. He has always taken the keenest, interest in all matters for the advancement, of the district in which he has lived so long, and that interest is not a fleeting one, but is bound up with the prosperity of the electorate. Mr. Phillips would, of course, contest the electorate as a staunch freetrader, and it would be strange indeed if, in an avowed freetra...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Gazette.) Appointments. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Gazette.) Appointments. THE following have been appointed trustees of the hospital site and extension thereto, at Dubbo, dedicated 19th May, 1868, and 22nd November, 1870, respectively :- Messrs. John Cassells Ryrie, James Samuels, Narcisse Muller, George Henry Taylor, Thomas Wilkins. Emus. It having been represented that emus have been found to be injurious within the Sheep District of Coonambie, it is notified that the emu is removed from the First Schedule of the Birds Protection Act for the period of five years, for the said Sheep District of Coonamble. Reserve from Sale for Water Supply, Within the suburban boundaries of the town of Dubbo, notified 20th March, 1885. County of Lincoln, parish of Dubbo, con- taining an area of about 40 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on the right bank of the Macquarie River, at the south-western corner of portion 97 of 400 acres ; and bounded thence by the western boundary of t...
STOCK MOVEMENTS. DUBBO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
STOCK MOVEMENTS. &nbsp; DUBBO, Friday. 1550 fat ewes, Berida Pastoral Co. owners, to Sydney, H. Clearer in charge ; 503 store cattle, W. W. Richardson owner, from Salmonville, &nbsp; Queensland, to Orange, D. M'Cauley &nbsp; in charge ; 239 store bullocks, Watkins and Harris owners, from Wooroorooka, Queensland to Forbes, G. Watkins in charge.
Fossicking on the GoldFields. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
Fossicking on the Gold Fields WITH the advent of the new year there appears to be an increased desire on the part of the unemployed to proceed to &nbsp; &nbsp; the country and try their luck on the goldfields. The applica- tions for passes, which are made to the Chief Inspector of Mines, Mr. Slee, are increasing, and at the rate the men are being sent to the various fields there will &nbsp; soon be several thousands spread throughout the colony "fossick- &nbsp; ing " for the precious metal. On Thursday last authority for obtaining passes from Mr. Creer was issued to 58 men, on Friday 64 men were similarly favoured, while on Monday over 80 men were granted passes. The men applying for passes are of all occupations, but dis- crimination is exercised in granting the tickets. It seems &nbsp; that not a few of the men seek- ing aid to go into the country and fossick on the fields are com- &nbsp; paratively recent arrivals from &nbsp...
It Wouldn't Develop. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
It Wouldn't Develop An out back sheep station was recently visited by a fellow who said he was a photo- grapher, and who persuaded the station boss to group "all hands and the cook'' in front of the main building, and have a gorgeous photo taken - something that would stand as a momento of the brave old home &nbsp; &nbsp; for centuries to come. Every body accordingly knocked off work and came to the front smilingly to be taken. The photo fixer was a deuced long time fooling about grouping the men and getting focussed, and dawdling about his travelling shop in general, and finally he said he was afraid the picture wouldn't "develop," and he would have to try again to- morrow. Just here the boss lost all patience and told the photo- fixer to clear out and not trouble to call there to-morrow or the day after, or any time within the next 1500 years. This ap- peared to hurt the poor fellow's &nbsp; feelings, and the boss's wife wanted him to stop and have some tea...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
Local and General News. THE WEATHER. - The heat has not been quite so oppressive this week, the highest point reached being 95½ deg. Thirty-six points of rain were recorded for the week. Yester- day afternoon a terrific duststorm swept through the town, and was followed by a few light showers of rain, which cooled the air. DUBBO RAILWAY STATION. - Follow- ing is a return of the traffic at the Dubbo railway station for the quarter ending 31st December, 1893 :- Ton- nage of goods, 6388 ; revenue, goods and livestock, £7783 ; number of bales of wool forwarded, 12,631 ; number of passengers, 3067 ; coaching revenue, £3208. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. - There are no rumours of intending candidates at the municipal elections shortly to be held, and it is likely that two of the retiring aldermen, at any rate, will be re-elected unopposed. BOILING DOWN COMPANY- The &nbsp; general meeting of the Dubbo Refrigerating and Boiling Down Company, Limited, advertised for the 16th instant, is postp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1836, Paid-up Capital .. .. .. .. £1,600,000 Reserve Fund (of which£309,000 &nbsp; is invested at 9_ per cent con- &nbsp; _ ols at 9_ .. .. .. .. ..£800,000 Reserve Liabilities of Prospectors &nbsp; under the Charter .. ..£1,600,00 &nbsp; £4,000,000 DUBBO BRANCH Highest Current Rates allowed on Placed (?) Deposits.. Advances made on liberal terms upon the ensuing clips of wool All usual banking business transacted. JOHN WI. SILLAR, Manager ORIENT EWE OP BOTiL .M4n.aEBa.MEKS. THE toll"*?ing "itoykl Msil Steamships .belonging -&lt;i >Tlt^ OlttENT and VAGIFIC will Ion re SYDNEY ?.at noon or. fho ?iji.vii'iTnmt/iraiM dates for ? PLYMOUTH iwrf f.OT'iHOJ' (Tilbury) via Melbourne, l&de!etde, Albany,' Goluniho, and tbe Saez Osasu, ??t.itUiifs "4-. N i'f Ita Gibraltar &lt;OROT'AVA .ORUBA AUSTRAL cuzco . OPiTIR 'ORIZABA .U. SllukU't' v.Vils U'&tKdK/y.lfa; 0'i'l! 1'. -li, ?...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
DISTRICT NEWS. BOURKE. FROM the CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN ; On Friday last a consignment of cross-bred lambs was trucked from here for the Sydney markets, being, we believe, the first lot of cross-bred sheep that has ever been sent away from this district. The sheep were the property of Mr. E. M. Perrott, of Rosedale, near Tilpa, and are, we understand, the progeny of the valuable Lincoln rams sent to this district by Mr. W. N. Willie. These sheep are to be sold at Homebush by the Sydney firm, Messrs. Hill, Clark and Co., and were trucked here by Messrs. Lang and Martin, of this town.
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. &nbsp; A quieter feeling prevails in Sicily. Precautions are being taken in the principal Italian cities against rioting. The death is announced of Mrs. Thackeray, widow of Thackeray the novelist. The Russian naval estimates amount to £5,500,000 sterling, which is an increase of £3,000.000 upon last year's estimates. The naval pro- gramme includes the building of two first class ironclads and two cruisers. The Secretary of the United States Treasury has asked the Finance Committee of the Senate to issue bonds in order to avert the financial crisis. The monthly deficit amounts to 10,000,000 dollars.
NEVERTIRE TO WARREN RAILWAY. WAREEN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 January 1894
NEVERTIRE TO WARREN RAILWAY. WARREN, Wednesday. A largely attended public meeting has been held here to urge upon the Government the necessity for the immediate construction of the proposed branch railway between Nevertire and Warren. Various speakers showed that the Minister for Work a personally &nbsp; &nbsp; approved of the undertaking being carried out and had more than once stated his intention to proceed with an experimental light line between the places named. Rail- &nbsp; way returns were quoted showing that during the last six months of 1893 nearly 30,000 sheep had been trucked from Nevertire, &nbsp; while the wool returns for the present season so far amounted to about 40,000 bales inwards, and the general goods traffic also &nbsp; exceeded all previous records. Reference was also made to the impassable nature of the road in wet weather. Eventually a resolution was carried to the effect that all present form a railway league for the ...
PITT TOWN SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894
TITT TOWN SETTLEMENT. A NVMBEB of members of Parliament, together with various membors of the iljortrd 1 of Oontrol ol the Pitt Q\>wu Settlement, waiteduu the Minister for Laudson -Friday, their -object being to 'represent 'that the settlement could not be cariied oil -much longer with the -funds ut .present -undorthe control of the 'board, and to urge the Minister to seek 'the sanction of Parliament for a -further .grant -of money. It vu represented that the settlement was inow in a flourishing condition, and if a .'grant of money could be allowed them to keep them going, they believed 'the settlement would soon be self-supporting. The .plaoe had been managed on tbe most economical 'lines possible, and the reason th*y had not done more was because the initial ezpenso con sequent upon each works as providing a system of water supply had eaten into their resources, and their chief product, -firewood, had to meet a very dqprestod market. It was also represented that improvements te...