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Football in Malay. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
Football in Malay THE SATURDAY KEVIEW gives t.lie i following interesting account of how football is played by the Malaya : Among the Malays, football has been in existence from time immemorial, but it is with them essentially a game, as, for iustauce, battledore and shuttlecock is with us, and it is not a contest. The football is rather smaller than that used at Eton, and is made of wicker work. Those who join in the game arrange themselves in a wide circle, and kick the ball from one to another with the inside, or at times with the flat of the foot. The object of the players is to keep the ball passing about without it ever touching the ground or the haud of Anyone. Great dexterity is shown iu the performance, and the ball is usually kicked to a respectable height. There seems to be no penalty exacted from a player who kicks the ball badly or fails to kick it at all. We had our own game of football, and the Dutchmen, assisted by two members of our team, scored two goals to onr fou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
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DUBBO VOLUNTEER RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
SUB BO VOL UXTEER RIFLE CLUB. THIS quarterly competition for prizes took place on Saturday, under til* usual con ditions, tlio snores being us follows i f.00 609 Hep. Tl. Corporal Rykes ... 32 ... 28 .,. - ... 60 Private Rail ... 23 ... 30 ... 7 ... 60 i Mr. J. Ueane, Ben.... 25 .. 22 ... 10 ... 67 j Lieutenant Soaue ... 27 ... 28 ... - ... 65 Captain Soano ... 31 ... 24 ... - ... 65 Prirato Grant ... 23 ... 25 ... - ... 48 The second competition for N.S.AY. Rifle Association Medal will take place nest Saturday, Mey 19.
The Romance of Carson's Pass. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
The Eomance of Carson's Pass Msy who. have been of groat use to the world itV their generation liave often had curiously narrow escapes from .death; some of them no close and strange as to ungues! Provident! nl interposition. Melton Prior, the wnll knawn «KV correspondent and artist, has recently l^een relative an instance where he was saved by n dream, which he and his mother both had warning him ujr.iinet a certain J dau£W. Tiipre is n case on i-worri I whrre n woman f>a\v a murder corn. ! mitted tn her sleep, hr.&lt;i the next tiav '? was tumbled to go ti :iic spot where i the tragedy had taken place. On her dentific ation of the criminal he was hanged. Of course there was other evidence against him, bat the dreamer initiated it. One of the most remarkable dream stories I know was told some years ago by Mary , Kyle Dallas, aud she had it from Captain Yount, a man of honour and integrity, whose word was not only reliable, but whoso story was con firmed in an almost mira...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
NOTES AND COMMENTS. The Premier has a method peouliar to himself of receiving deputations, and the charming uncertainty of the manner in which a request will be met muBt lend an additional eest to this popular method of inviting State assistance. The representatives of the Newcastle Chamber of Commerce sought the aid of the Government liBt week on two matters-first, that the different police stations in the New castle district should be oonuected with the head station by telephone, by a special system, apart from the ordinary telephone exchange and seoond, that the Government should provide the Newcastle Water Police with a steam launch. The sterotyped Ministerial reply to the deputations is I that the " matter will be considered," j and this is regarded as an easy way of evading the iiffioulty that might arise from direct refusal; but the Premier declined to avail himself of any Riibterfuge, and electrified his inter viewers by informing them in regard to the first request, that he...
SUPREME COUST. FRIDAY, MAY 11. (Before Mr. Justice Windeyer, Mr. Justice Ianes, and Mr. Justice Foster.) REGNA v. WALTER HOUGH AND JAMES [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
SUPREME COUST. FKIDAV, MAT U. (Before Mr. Justice Windeyer, Mr. Justice lanes, and Mr. Justice Foster.) RKGWA V. WALTER HOUGH AND JAKES DRKW. MR. KOIJN appeared for the Crown; the prisoners were Dot represented. The prisoners were tried before the Chief Justice and a jury at the last assizes at Dubbo, on a charge of breaking and enter ing a. stable, the property of Christiana Wethersd, and etealin? therefrom two saddles, her property. The prosecutrix was an innkeeper at Gilgandra, and on February 11 the prisoners wero alleged to have gone to ber hotel and said they intended to stay there (or a few days. Their horses were turned into a paddock, while their saddles were taken to a stable by the hotel groom, and wen locked up foe safe keeping. The two prisoners stayed at the hotel until the night of the 15th, when they were alleged to bare broken into the stable by opening the window, then removed their saddles, oanght their horses, and left without paying their bills for the accommoda...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
THE MAILS. MAILS CLOTE FOB Sydney, Bathurat, Orange, oto-Daily at 4«lo p.m. Bourke, Nyogan, Nurromine, etc- Daily at 7.45 a.m. Coonamble, Gilgandra, etc - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Cobborah, Murruntfundy and Ballimore Wedncsdwys and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Tominpley and Peak Hill - Tuendayfi, Tbuttdays and Saturdays, at S.45 a.m. Obley, Befttrbipal and Minors-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Ponto and Terra Bella - Mondays and Wednesdays, at 9.30 a,m« Tenandra-1Tuesdays and Fridays. 9.30a.ro. AVAILS ABE D&tfVERUD FK&lt;&lt;M Sydney, Orange, Bathurat, etc-Daily at 10 a m. B^urko, Nyngan, Ntkrrouiino, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. Coonamble, Gilgandra, elr-Wednesdays, Friday and Saturdays 4 p.m, Cobborah, Murrtwgundy and Ballimore Mondays 9 a.m., Tkurgduys, 4 p.m. Tomia*ley and Peak Hill - Mondays, Wed i.e»daya aud Friday*, 4 p.m. Obley-Mondnys and Thursday#, 4 p.m. Pcnto and Terra Bella - Tuesdays and Saturday?. 4 p.m. Tenwidra-Mondays and...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
jXp Correopendtmf*' the following rales may save ft .food d«stl~&lt;rf trou blB or disappointment. 'Wjtferery communication must be sent ,$ame anil address of the writer, not iiwewsrily for publication, but Me guarantee oi good f«ith; otherwise, no attention can be j>ald to the letter. Rejected ooromur.icaiionB will not be etaraed. The writers shonldkeep drafts or ©pies. We claim the right to excise anything which we deem ohjeotionable from letters; and correspondents who decline to accede to that coarse can ray so when they send their letters. Should we find correction necessaty, under these oiranmstances the letters will not ba published in the Libbbai.. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive personalities, we two things wbioh we spesially commend to the nonce of corres pondents, if thnv wish to be certain that the communications will be accepted by u«.
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, May 16, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 May 1894
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND JKACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wcdae«daj, Slay 16, 1904. THE old proverb that no cloud is ^ without a silver lining is being realised in reference to one outcome of the depression which has weighed so heavily and so long upon thia and the sister colonies. The depression and consequent retrenchment, and equally consequent scarcity of employment, brought about a State of affairs throughout the whole of the colony which Caused the unemployed question to assume a gravity hitherto unknown in this continent. The metropolis naturallv became the head-quarters of the workless, and the thousands clamouring for means of earning a livelihood caused a resort to all manner of expedients to provide even tem porary relief, but none of those were of much avail, until a suggestion was adopted that those who so desired should be afforded the chance of fossick" mg on the goldfields of the colony. The idea was warmly taken up, and thousands of men for the past twelve months have been careful...