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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

Tlje Latest Telegrams. . FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. Sheep were firm at late rates Best wethers frotn 8s 7d, others from 4s 6d. In the cattle market prices were lower. Best beef 10s 6d. Owing to the Taraworth Court not being held until October, it has been decided that the trial of Cummins and Lee for the Barraba tragedy shall take place at Darlinghnrst next month. It is understood that the Railway Commissioners have decided to bring rabbits down from outlying places at two-pence a pair, with a view to encouraging traffic. The Boot Manufacturers' Association has informed the Bitot Trade Union, that if the strike is not declared off by Monday their faotories will be closed. The Union held a mass meeting last night and unanimously refused to declare the strike off. The result will oe that between two and three thousand bootmakers will be locked out on Monday; about thirty factories will suspend operations. The Trades and Labour Council has decided to supp...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

YOU LOOK SICK! YOU FEEL SICK! YOU AUK SICK !: WHAT WILL YOU DO i IF YOU ABE WISE YOU WILL TAKE A COURSE OF CLEMENTS' TONIC. Tho greatest renovator of a worn out fiyxtciu the world hug ever seer,, puwitircly and permanently restores tnanly virility, lo» prore which evidence ia forthcoming frou any quarter. REA.D THIS CASE. Mr. P. T. Sharp, commercial traveller, Oeorge-ntrcet, East MaitUnd, N.S.W., who writes on February 16, 180*:-X have great pleasure in bearing testimony as to the curative properties of your valuable Clements*' Toni". For several years I have suffered from rheumatism in the *oiatia nerve from the hip up the spine. After other remedies failing I mi induced to try Clements' Tonic, and st onoe found relief therefrom. In (act X ciu» safely say that oa injr to its wonderful virtues I am now thoroughly cured, and Able - to attend to tny duties again. At one time I thought it was impossible to recover, and it bad beoomu deep-seated and ahronio. I hare roaoh pleasure in add...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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PRINCIPLES OF LAND LEGISLATION. (To the Editor of the LIBERAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

PRINCIPLES OF LAXD LEGISLATION. ( To the Editor of the LIEEEAL.) SIB,-For some time piat it has bean erident that the present Parliament, having outlived ita UftsfuliiesB, would leave the land question to be dealt with by its auceeaaor, notwith standing the pressing need for immediate legislation with respect to the leasehold areas in tin Central Division. It ia alao perfectly clear that the qnestion is one that cannot be ignored by the new Legislative Assembly, but will demand consideration directly the work of the session hag commenced. Yet, np to the present, no permanent lines appear to have been laid down for the future conduot of onr land legislation. Everything is sacrificed to expediency, intend of being bared upon piioaiple; henoe the unsatisfac tory leenlts of our various land systems. There bas been a great tendency to new the land question purely from the stand-point of the equator or selector, disregarding that of the general community, although the legiti mate interest...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Open Column. SOCIAL PURITY. To the Editor of the LI[?]AL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

Open Column. [Correspondence is invited on matters of local interest. It mnst be distinotiy under stood that we are not responsible for the views expressed in letters under this heading.] SOCIAL PURITY. To the Editor of the LIBEBHI. Bra,-Having bean for many years a worker in societies whose chief aim it is to raise up the I fallen, help the weak hearted, and bring back hope to the hopeless, I am often temptod to give up in despair when I realise the formidable obstaoles that have to be over come and that present themselves like lions at every step of the way. The two most formidable are King Aloohol and Impurity. It is the latter that I am going to write about just now, for it seems to me that it is a sin that is on tho increase. I write to-day to men, giving them the first plaoe as Lords of Croation. In my next letter I shall have a few words to say to the women. Ynung men, why can you not live pure and holy lives! Why is it necessary for you to run through a coarse of vile infamy...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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ATTEMPTED SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

ATTEMPTED SIIOOTIXG. NOT a little sensation was created ia Bathurst on Wednesday morning by tlie cirijuiatiun of a rumour that adiuboliool attempt had benji made on Saturday ni|fbt to »8»aaaiuate Mr. E. T. Webb, of the Western Warehouse. On inquiry we (Bathuret Fbek PKESSI bare learned that a most deliberate attempt to take Mr. Webb's life was made wlieu he was driving home to Littlebourne after business hours an the eight stated. It appears that Mr. Webb left the stores at the usual hour shortly after 9 o'clook-in his buggy, and drove along the route usually taken by him -acrosB Denison Bridge, through Kelso. aod thonce over the railway crossing on tbo O'Oonnell road, Littlebourne being about two miles from Kelso on that road. There was no moon, and the night was very dark, but the light from t he buggy lamps enabled Mr. Webb to drive at ordinary speed. Nothing occurred to disturb hi* equanimity until a lonely part of the road was reached, about half a inila on the Kelso aids of Li...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Wh[?] Some Girls are Old Maids. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

Whv Some Girls are Old Maids ONE cause for so ma,iy old ruaids is duo to the girls themselves. What young man of the middle class cares to marry a girl who would let her father wear a coat with buttons off and a linen collar that is torn and ragged ? Such a girl does not. deserve a husband, and she will bo likely to join the grand army of old maids. If there be anything ou eurth the young men fight thy of, it is a slovenly girl. The.father or brother is the evideuce, and when you see them walking to vvork with their clothes torn, aad look ing like men who had to put up with a slack wife, mother, or growa-up daughter aud sister,, you need look for nothing better if you marry into that family. You know a lazy girl or two of this kiud, dou't you ? Think of those you know, aud we feel certaiu you can single oat two or three girls this article will hit. If so, for their owu sake send this to tbern. Let them do a little plain sewing, and promise that hereafter their fathers or brothers wi...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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The Court Was Convinced. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

The Court Was Convinced. SUIT, in the Far West court, to recover certain moneys, of which it, was alleged that the plaintiff had been defrauded by thimble-rigging. Counsel for plaintiff undertakes to j enlighten the Court as to tho modus 1 operandi. He takes three cups. ' Then, may it please the Oourt,1 the defendant, placing the cups 011 his knees, thus began t>hif(.inei them BO, offering to bet my client couldn't tell under which cap was t he " lit-tle 1 joker'' (meaning thereby, may it please tho Court, this ball), with tho intention of defrauding my client of : the sum thus wagered-for instance, when I raise the cup so, your honor supposes that you see the ball.' ' Suppose I see !' interrupted lha judge, who bad closely watched the performance, and was sure that he detected tho ball as one of the cups was accidentally raised. 'Why, any fool can see where it is, and bet on it, and be sure to win; there ain't no defrauding thar.' 1 Perhaps your honor would like to go a dollar 0...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class PIANOS BY Steinway nnd Sons, lirunl aud Co., Julius Fcurioli, Ucbol and Luclilc-iter, Carl l-cke Gore and Kallmann, the " Vintor,"the " Helling," &e. Also have <i lnrjjro and seJcc stook of «ll other *vell-lfno«ti makers, such ue Collard, IvirkiriBnn, Lipp, &c., &o. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Mude upon honour, sold upon merit, known the world over. Tho best aud cLeapc&t. Over a quarter of a million alrendy Bold. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The Leet for tone, tune, and durability. Hbw ie<eivd Hist liim >.t all Exhilitic W. H. PALING and Co., Limited, puiranteo all their instruments. Tbcir principle ha been to nuppJy only thoroughly reliable instrument*, and they have now the larges Pnmo jtmd Music huaineb* in Australia. Tho Marling qualities oi their Pianos hn been nbunduntly proved by long nnd varied experience in theso colonies. Their large b.isi ness ana ample returnees enab...

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Enlarged Use of Silver. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

Enlarged Use of Silver NOTICE has been given in the Assembly by Mr. Dowel of the following motion lor May 15:-''That, in consequence of the ruiuous {all of prices affecting securities, commodities, aud wages, also the uncertainty of national and international exchanges, caused to & large extent by the depreciation of silver and the appreciation of gold, it is, in the opinion of the Houlbc, desirable that the British Government should co-operate with the great I monetary nations of the world fer the purpose of (making an international' I agiejruent to provide for an enlarged j ur.e < f silver in the following manner : -U) To establish an open mint, to which every man may take either go'd or silver to be coined (subject to mint charges only); (2) to determine a fixed ratio which the gold and silver coins are to bear to each other; (3) to enact that the money so coined shall be legal tender to any amount at the option cf the payer. That the above resolution be commun...

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A Sagacious Dog. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

A Sagacious Dog. TflEToowoomba GRROSICLK SAYA:-An illustration of the sagacity of a dog was given at Cawdor on Saturday last. Mr. I. Steinberg and his little son were working' at their dam, and on returning in the evening the son waB carrying the aso and his father was following with some saplings on his shoulder. After proceeding- a short distance ttie dog was Been to make a rash in front of the boy :and pull a large black snake from before the lad. The reptile was about 15 inches from yonng Steinberg at the time. The spake was killed by Mr. Steinlwrp, who assures os that had it not HRVTI for the do/ the child must ceriainly have been bitten. Advice to vounjj men who can't play billiards aud will.-Take a refct.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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New System of Branding. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

Ne w System of Branding. MB. P. E. G-OHDOX, of Queensland, advocates a new system of branding, on the following grounds :-That the present 6y6tem of imprinting brands on cattle by destroying the most valuable portion of the hides involved the Australian continent in au annual j loss of £300,000. Fiom bis position a6 the wudiuiH for the administration of the Brands Ant he found that fully 95 per cent, of our cattla were branded either on the ribs or rump, and these were the most valuable portions of the hides. The branded portion of a hide was useless, and even the ui initiated could readily imagine that a brand in tie centre or rump of a side of leather grcatJy depreciated its value. If this was the case of one brand what must be the effect in the case of hides bearing two or more brands. Mr. Ellis, an English hide merchant, estimated the depreciation in South American hides at 6s each. Our local tanners do not (stimate the deprecia tion at such & high degree, but even at th...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE.) Trustees Appointed. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS, (From the GAZETTE.) Trustees Appointed. THE following gentlemen have been ap- pointed trustees of tbe Dubbo Recreation. Ground:-Messrs. N. Mullt r, D. Soane, T. W. Heaydon, E. H. Utley, T. H. Smith, W. E. Morgan, and S. Phillips. Annual Leases Granted. W. W. Baird, 470 acres, county Gordon,, parish Dubbo; annual rent, £1 19s 2d. Charles Henry Digges, 350 acres, county Lincoln, parish Richardson; annual rent,. £5 16s 8d. William John Copelin, 250 acifls, oounty Lincoln, parishes Yarrow and Tuckland; annual rent, £2 1s 8d. James Nivon, 640 acres, county Lincoln,, parishes Blackheath and Dapper; annual rent, £3 11s 3d. Charles McGee, 1850 acres, county Lincoln, parish Tuckland; annual rent, £11 11s 3d.   Charles James Salter, 1240 acres, county Lincoln, parishes Caledonia, Goonoo, and Bickinbeenie; annual rent, £3 17s 6d. Edwin N. Blacket, 40 acres, oounty Lincoln, parish Beni: anuual rent, £ 1, William Thomas Cole, 230 acres, oounty Lincoln, parish...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

FOUTO YARD GARDEN, CORNER OF MYALL & DARLIJNO STREETS. NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given thnt n, WATCH IS KEPl1 on these Gardens, Anyone trespassing or breaking down the fences will be prosecuted. (Signed) M. MATHEWS. Dubbo, May 9, 1894 Dubbo Pprmaaent Land, Build ing, and Investment Society. APPLICATIONS invited for tho position of SECRETARY to the Dubbo Permanent Laud, Building, and Investment Society. Salary, £.50 per annum. Applications to b<> forwarded to G. H. Taylor, Esq., J. P., Church-street, Dubbo, by 3 p.m. on TUESDAY, May la. Further particulars on application to the Secretary. H. A. D. O'CONNOR, Macqnarie-street, Dubbo. Department of Public In struction. TENDERS are invited up to noon of MONDAY, 2lst May, inst.. for ADDITIONS to the RESIDENCE of the Public School teaoher, Brockle liurRt,. Plans and Specifications raay be seen at the Inspector's Office, Bourke-stret, Dubbo. J. W. E. BAJLLIE, Inspector. 9th May, 1894. W. B. WILKINSON will Address tho El...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

Local and General Hews. MB. FGABON.-We regret to learn that Mr. A. H. Feafon, manager of the Bank of New South Wales, is seriously ill, suffering from diphtheria Dr. Du Moulin is in attendance. Mr. Fuaron took a turn for tbo better yesterday (Friday), and hopes of a speidy recovery are entertained. HOOPER COMPLIMENTARY COXCISRT. On Tuesday evening the final meeting of the committee of the Hooper Complimentary Entertainment was held. Apologies for nDii-attondancc were received from his Worship in* Mayor and others. The secretary (Mt. T, A. Graham) read a statement of accounts, as follows:-Total re ceipts, £26 3s 6d ; expenses-rent. £4 10s; pruning mid advertising, £1 IQs <5d ; sundries, 3s-total, £6 3s <id, leaving a balance of £20. The. Ven. Archdeacon Wilson, in a happy speech, presented a cheque for that amount to Mr. George Hooper, assuring him of the hit?h estimation in which the efforts of his talented wife and himself to advancn the standard of musical ta...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835. Paid-up Capital .. .. .. £1,600,000 Reserve Fund (of whiob £000,000 is inv ,8ted at 2{ per cent. con eols ai 95) £8i)0,'000 Bcscvve Liability of Proprietors aaderthe Charter ..£1,600,000 £4,OOP,000 DUBBO BRANCfi Highest Current Rates allowed on Fixed t»epoHit8. Advances made on ilSwal terms upon thu ^ensuing clips of wool. All usual banking busicbsa ti'ansaotod JOHN W. SILLAR, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF KOYAL MAIL STEAMERS. 11HE following Royal Mail 'SteamBliip8 bi'loiiL'in^ to the ORIENT nn <i PACIFIC COMPANIES will leave SYDNEY at noun oil the undermentioned dates for PLYMOUTH mid LONDON (Tilbury) via Melbourne. Adelaide, Albany, Colombo and tho Suez Canal, oulliug' at Naples ai d Gibraltar : OROTAVA ORUBA AUSTRAL CTTZCO OIHItt Aud fortnightly thereafter. PASSAGE MONMf-Saloon. £60, £70. Second, £35, £37, £40. Third, £17 17* to til. Return TicketB, £65, £105, £11£. SALOON P ASSKNGERS allowed to break their journey....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

IF YOU WANT i Advertise in \,THE DUBBO LIBERAL. TO I ~ "KNOW i Has tne largest OF AN YTHING;' Dai 1y increasin [THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING, Contains the Latest: Co1onial and lurei colonial Telegrams, Cabin grains, Local and General News. We beg to draw the attention of our constituents to tin; terms of Subscription under (V"1 now management, which cam'! into force on the 1st January, 93, viz.: Per Annum, m advanco j£1 <i o Per Half-year, in advance o Hi o Per Quarter, in advance ... ?. 11 5 0 Per Quarter, if booked 0 (i C Single Copies 0 0 3 As the Libbual is now conducted on broad principles, and the circulation is daily increasing', we can recommend business people to frive it a trial as an advertising medium. The terms for ordinary advertisements are : Single Column: Us. for the first inch, and Is. (id. for each additional inoli, each publication. Double Column Advertisements : (is. for the iivst inch, ami 3s...

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IMPORTANT DISCOVERY AT LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

mrORTAXT DISCOVERT AT LUC KNOW. THB find at thn Amana property cf payable auriferous waalidirt between tbo basalt and tho dinrite formations is a valuable discovery^ Tliv miiiKri-, ut 150 ieet deep, hnto oomo upon a layer of payable wublidirt from Ift to 2ft 6in in thickness, which prospects from "nhvt to lOdwt to tlio ton. The width of the deposit has been proved to bo over 120ft so far, though its aotual extent across the lead is not yet finally determined. The diorito bottom on which tho W«BLI rents being soft, the detritus can be easily broken and raised to the surface. The underground manager nf t.liu Anion* (Mr. Holierl*) and Mr. Xjongton (the underground manager of the Wentwortli Company) assure us that if this dirt only averages 6dwt per ton it would pny dividend* -that i.«, wh<n developed with the best mining appSianees and moat modern labour saving machinery. Higher up the hill than the Atnana shaft, deposits which are evidently a n>intinuatioii of the aurfer...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (FROM OUR-OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Thursday. "THE Sunday question is still engaging a good deal of attention in the metropolis, and Mr. .Larmour, of the Coogee Aquarium, at the close of his entertainment last Sunday, orated at some length on the necessity for a repeal of the old Act under which prosecutions are carried out. He threatened if action should be taken against him, to make matters warm for all who   carried on business of any character on Sunday - shopkeepers, newspapers, steamer and 'bus proprietors, and even the railway authorities. Should he be compelled to take this action, be considers that such an outcry would be raised that the old law would be at once repealed, and Sunday patrons of amusements given liberty to follow their own ideas as to how the day should be spent. Sir. Larmour evidently means business, and it is not likely in these days of vote-catching that he will be inter- fered with until the members of the Govern- ment ha...

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DUBBO POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. (Before the P.M. and D. Soane, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 12 May 1894

DUBBO POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. (Before the P.M. and D. Sonne, Esq., J.P.) WILLIAM LYNAM was sentenced to three months' hard labour in Dubbo gaol on a charge of larceny. A drunkard was fined ls. John BROWN, no visible lawful means of support, was ordered to be sent to Benevolent Asylum, Sydney. Thomas Daly, for being drunk and dis- orderly, was fined 10s, in default three days' imprisonment.   FRIDAY, MAY 11. (Before the P.M.)   Arthur Waters, alias Albert Mason, was committed for trial at the next Quarter Sessions at Dubbo on a charge of horse stealing.

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A Defensive Alliance. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894

A Defensive Alliance. A scheme for a defensive alliance between Bulgaria aud Turkey is sap* ported bj Prince Ferdinand and the Bulgarian Premier. It is proposed to abolish the customs frontier between the two countries aud attach Bulgarian officers to the Turkish army.

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