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WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLBFIELDS. P[?]RTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLBFIBLDS. PfliTH, Saturday. 'THE -warden at Coolgardie estimated that 10 days provisions wore available from. May 1. Ha has postponed all the lumping ?caaes in order to proceed to 8outhern Cross to assist in keeping the road open. The eituut on is serious, as water is getting scarcer every day. The first water train carrying 4000 gallons, loft ttorfcbani for Southern Cross to-day. A large mooting of miners recently held at Coolgardie resolved to petition tho Government to proceed with the railway as the only means of starving off the famine. A 31oz nugget has been found at Pig Flat, ! a mile from Coolgardie. A good supply of water has been struck at Bayley'6 Seward mine, at a depth of 245ft. The reefsat (Vhito Feather, are attracting a lot of attention, and several have been purchased during tho last few weeks by agents for certain capitalists. Mr. Kuzmineki has secured two blocks at Ninety Mile. He is acting for a Melbourne syndicate.
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
THE MAILS. Maiia Ciuss FOE Sydney, Bathurst, Orange, etc-Daily at 4.15 p.m. Bourke, Nyngan, Nurromiae, etc-Dailf at 7.4S a.m. Coonamble, Uilgandra, etc - Tuesdays, Ihursdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Cobborah, Murrungundy and Baltimore 'Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Toniinfjley and Peak Hill - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.45 a.m. Obley, Bekrbijral and Minora-Wednesdays und Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Fonto and Terra Bella - Mondaya and "Wednesdays, at 9.30 a.m. Tenandra-Tuesdays and fridnyc. 9.30 a.m. MAILS ABB Dklivehkd ran* Sydney, Orange, Eathurst, etc-Daily at 10 aim. Bourke, Nyngan, fNarromine, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. Goona>nbie, Gilirandra, etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Cobborah, Miimtngnndy and Baltimore Mondays9 a.m., TLwadnys, 4 p.m. Tominirley and Peak Hill - Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday*, 4 p.m. Obley-Mondays and Thursdays, 4 p.m. Pen to and Terra Bella - Tuesdays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Tenaudra-Mondays and Thursdays, 4 p.tn. B'imbitfe...
BEACH MISSING IN THE CLARENCE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
71 EACH HimXG m THE CLARENCE DISTRICT. A. LETTER from Maclean states that beacli ^lining is causing (Trait local stir. The field south of the Clarence is situated about 20 miles from Mat-lean, aui a number of people ar« now making fcbejr way there, equipped with copper plates. Experts say that before the field can be properly de veloped concentration works will have to be erected. One expert says thit he believea the beach at his place will shortly carry 100 men, who should all make fair wages, although the returns will never be ?very high. With ordinary copper-plates not one-third of the gold cm be saved, as much of it is onoased in a kind of vuit. 'She Maclean Council have asked tho De partment of Mines to send the Rev. Father Curran, of the Geological Branch, to investigate the field and give instructions ito miners. A party from Armidale has .gone to see the field.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
YOU WANT Advertise | PEOPLE THE DUBB0 UBERAL TO KNOW I HaS th® LarSest Local ! Circulation, ANYTHING,! Daily Increasing - / THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. THE DUBBO LIBERAL, AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATTJEDAY MORNING, Contains the Latest Co'onisil and Intercolonial Telegrams, Cable grains, Local and General Hows. We beg to draw the attention of our constituents to the terms of Subscription under the new management, winch came into force on the 1st January, 1KD3, viz.: Per Annum, in advance £ 1 0 0 Per Half-year, in advance Per Quarter, in advanco Per Quarter, if booked Single Copies 0 10 0 0 .1 0 U 0 0 0 0 3 As the LIBERAL is now conducted on broad principles, and the circulation is daily increasing, we can recommend business people to give it a trial as an advertising medium. The terms for ordinary advertisements are: Single Column: 3s. for the first inch, and Is. Od. for each additional inch, each publication. Double Column Advertisements : 6s. for the first inc...
How He Trapped Her. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
How He Traced Her. DR. JOHN ERSKINE, a well-known Scottish divine, was remarkable for his simplicity of manners and geutle tempar. He returned so often from the pulpit minus his pocket handkerchirf that Mrs. Erskine at last began to suspcct that the handkerchiefs were stolen fay some of the old women who lined the pulpit stairs. So both to balk and detect the culprit she sewed a corner of the handkerchief to one f>f the pockets of the coat tails. Halfway up the stairs the good doctal1 felt a tug, whereupon he turned round and caught hold of the hand of the guilty womar, saying with great tenderness anil simplicity " No' tho day, honest woman, no' the day. Mrs. Erskine has sewed it 'n."
A CURIOUS MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
A CURIOUS MISTAKE. A clergyman found himself in an awkward fix u» Saturday through not being inquisitive enough and through taking tbiuKH as they appeared for granted. The member of tho cloth met- iin acquaintance in York-atroi:t standing neat a tm^-y. Ho nbcosted bim, thinking th*t the turnout belimgod to his frieu.l, whom ha knew was u coinmi:rciiil traveller. Tbe laUtr wanted tho olerifyraan to go with him to transact some business,, and when tho olergymau agreed to aoooin pnny him, and suggeited that the commercial should drive bim round, tho lutter con sented) and tbe two jumped up and drove away. The owner of the turnout emerged from a warehouse to fiud it missing, and promptly reported it to the .police. Iu the meuutime thj clergyman aud his friend drove about tbe town, and it was only when they drew up uud the clergyman asked his frioud if the horxo would stand quietly that (he latter t>aid tho borne wait not bin, and he thought it was the clergyman's, uud the serioud mis...
Forty-six Photographs in a Second. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
Forty-six Photographs in a Second THE latest development in photo graphy under the grading genius of Edipon is &lt;he kinotograph. By this marvellous invention, as many as forty-six photographs may bo taken in a second. The swiftness and ac curacy of the method is illustrated by a series of photographs of an athlete throwing a somersault; every succes sive movement being caught and Gxcd. lu (be same fashion a group of figures may be taken and shown in motion by means of another ap. parjitns. For the first time in 10 years there were do foreign soiling ships discharge ing eargo in Sydney on Thursday. . A large quantity of produce and merchandise is being carried to and from Orange by teams, three of which Ion'led up in Sydney on Thnisday. i The Anna rebels in Ramon qru )t> ! building their forts, with tin? ovuwed 1 intention of ttiisiiug die Government
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class PmNOB FIANOS BY Pteinway and Sons, Krard and Co., Julius Feurioh, Ucbel and Lechleiter, Curl Ecko G8rs and Kallmami, the "Victor,"the "Belling," &s. Also htive a larife aud selec stock of nil hi,her Tell-known makers, such as Callard, Kirkmnnn, Lipp, &c., &c. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Made upun honour, sold upon merit, known the world over. Tho best and cheapest* Over a quarter vf a million already sold. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The best for tone, tone, and. durability. Have leieivid 1 iinl Iiim ht oil Exhilitic W. H. PALING and Co., Limited, guarantee all their instrument*. Their principle ha been to supply only thoroughly reliable instruments, and they have now the larges Pinno land Music buHiuew* iu Australia. The sterling qualities of their Pianos ha been nburid'tntlv ^rovrd by ]on£nad varied experience in these colonies. Their large braai noHH una ample'ri'wiuruea enable them to secure the best maker...
WYALONG GOLDFIRLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
WTALOm GOLDFIBLJX. A ooeeebpokdsnt who has just returned from Wynlong reports that tlio field is the .eene of great bustle and sodritjr in all directions. Sixteen hotels are bmag bBilt,. and two are already opened, one in each, township. The two townships are three miles apart. The place ia covered with 'tore* and tradespeople of every calling, from the large storekeeper to the barber and shoeblwk. There are over 60 batchers' shops, and meat ia consequently cheap, best beef and mutton being from 2d to 3d per lb. r&lt;v*rythuiK is aa. cheap A3 in Sydney i in fact it is Mid that a man c mid lire there at a shilling a day. There is on tbe whole a great praipect of this field being une of the best ever found in the colony. The greatest drawback is tho want of a crashing plant, as the qoarti has. to be drawn to Bannedmsn at a cost of log per ton, which, added to the cost of or ashing, another 1 it per ton. leaves little lor tbe miner.. However, Mr. Giueh, ALL.A., 'expects to have...
EARLY PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
1 EARLY PROROGATION OF PARLIA MENT. \ TUB Government are coneidoring the ad visability of proroguing Parliament At an early date with a viow to the dissolution. " Parliament " one Minister remarked to a Tclkgeaj-h representative on Monday, "will ba prorogued before tho end of the month, and you can take iny word for that. Tho fact is," ho addod, "there ^is very little work left that wo can proceed with this session. Of course, some of the bills wilL have to bo dropped, bat there aro very few of them romainitig to be slaughtered. When wu have passed a few of tho important bills on the order paper,' Parliament will ba prorogued." It is generally understood that the proclamation dissolving Parliament will not be issued (or soma weeks-, alter tlie prorogation, but in any cass, ic is stated, it wilt be published in time to evade the dire results the Opposition fear should Parliament be allowed to expire by effluxion uf time, which it will do some where about the middle of July. The Elect...
WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
WEATHER AND STOCK. Dotbo.-The weather has been splendid during tilj lust few days, with wurni hunnv days aud cold nights. Thore have bran two or tnreo sharp fronts. Stock pipings:-1!)70 fat owns iniMi Tor&mbjuu to Dubb j Boiliny Down Works, Jjayuock Broi., owners, T. King in cbiirge ; 7000 sheep from Bulgan dramiuu to IJubbo Boiling Down Workn. Warren.-Since last report, although rain several times eeutnod imminent, no change has occurred, and tho days ure sharp, frith southerly winds prevailing, and the nigh is cold and frosty. Stock passings:-May 2nd -800 owes fro ji Collaroy, via Nevertire, R. Hill owner, J, Kinnavane in charge ; 70U store bullocks from Buokiinguy for Bylon^, obargo. Coonamble.-rhe weather bas been dry cuce our last, although we have had several rain threatening*, and, indeed the weather yet bears anything but a settled appearance. The district looks well, and this season's lambing will be u favourable one. The town is full of visitors to our show. The fo...
PETTY DEBTS COUR[?]. MONDAY, MAY 7, 1894. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
PETTY DEBTS COUjlf. MONDIT, MAY 7, J894. (Uafore tho P.M.) JAMES G. BBOWN V. Jolm Harry. Goods sold, £11 3i yd. Judgment for plaintiff, with coats. Saino v. Jauias Kelly. Goods sold. .£28 fii 6d. Judgment (or plaintiff, with W. L. Brown v. S. Hull. Gocds gold, J25 3s lid. Judgment for plaintiff, with costs. A. M'Donald v. - Butts, £3 11B. Judgment for plaiutiff, with costs. Joseph Salkeld v. D. Mahoney. Work doua, £7. Judgment for plaintiff for £3 7s. uud Gi costs. Wilkms and Kennady v. B. Townsend. Goods sold, JE5. J udgmaut .for plaintiff, with costs I'\ G. Whatman (trading as tho British Tea Company) v. Joseph BoUnd. Goods sold, 101. Judgment for plaintiff, with costs. oamo v. James Eagan. Goods sold, XI 6s (id. Judgment for plaintiff, witti costs. Same v. Jno. Vox, juu. Good9 sold, £1 13s. Judgment for plaintiff, with Cu8t«. Same r. G. T. Jarrett. Goods sold, E2 12d 6d. Judgment for plaintiff, with costs. Same v. S. Brooksbank. G &lt;ods sold, £1 10s. Case dismissed, cjs...
WARREN NOTES. (From the HBRALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
WARREN NOTES. (From the HBRALD.) We learn that 12,000 fiill-muuthod wethers have just been sold off Murrurabidgerie station to Mr. Alois, of Burrawang, at the satisfactory price of 7a 6d per head. These alxeop arc all Haddun Eti(£ bred, and pur chased off the shears last year. During the recent flood in the Merri Merri, 9300 sheep bound for Wellington were camped for 10 days at the Quambone crossing. Inhabitants should agitate fur a bridge. The cxaot resolution carried at the Warren Selectors' meeting at Tenandra on Thursday, 20th ultimo, was as follows :-"That though this Association is favourable to a leasing system being tried, to ruu concurrently with and as an alternative to the present system of conditional purchase and lease, yet having read the views of Messrs. Heltmann and Macdonald, advocating non-alienation alto gether, the members of this Asxociation disapprove of the candidates' opinions, and destine to pledge tliemsalve? tu support anyone at present." We are requested ...
Mice and Rentiles. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
Mice and Eentiles. IN an English work, called " The Life of a Soldier," we find tlie follow ing account of battles between tnice, scorpions, and centipedes ill Barba does. The brief narrative is full of merest. In clearing the ground for the camp we disturbed a variety of noxious reptiles, such as whipsaakes of an extraordinary length, but not jliicker than a goose-quill; centi pedes of a large size, whose backs were plated lika a lobster's tail, and scorpions. Having heard that mire were natural enemies to the tw° latter, I procured a few that I might be a witness to tbeir combat. The arena was the space circum scribed by a glass bell; and upon letting a mouse and a scorpion loose in it, a grand display of manoeuvring ensued, the mouse tryiug to bite olf his opponent's tail, which terminates in a sting, and the scorpion watching for an opportunity to strike him with it. Should the former succeed in his first object, the latteL fulls a prey ; bub if stung tne mouse swells up and die...
Little Articles that Pay. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 May 1894
Little Articles that Pay IF the farmer gets a big crop of wheat, and if lie pets a good price for ir, lie may be doing pretty fair!y. But (hose "jfs" may not fulfil tlieir promises, and if they do aot, then it may be necessary to " give security " for the amount due to merolunts;, traders, anil artisans. No one ever hcut's of ii failure of the crops of eggs, ponltry, lint'or, bwon, and other '' small goods,*' wliieli, ilthough very mean and insiguificunt in comparison with a larije of grain, somehi.w lmv« very often paid uff old debts upnn tho fs«rm and redeemed the farmer's credit. Probably a constant rill from a permanent spring may be of more value than a flood, which lasts a day or two and then dries up. Many a farmer has had to confess thiit the wife's liens, cows nnd the pigs have taved the farm from the Insolvency Court. If the Railwav Commissioners grant certain freight concessions, the Great Cobar mine will he workfld 011 a large seiih>, otherwise the output will continu...