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THE FREETRADE ELECTORAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

THE FJiEETRADE ELECTORAL COUNCIL. AT last fntne attempt has been made «t <n>!Hi.ihing the freetrade party for the cominp «>l'M!tion. ChiiHy through the exertions of Mr. lipid a nnn.ber of prominent freetrade members of Parliament have been chusen by ballot 10 form the nucleus of an eleotoral ciunoil, to which wilt he added an equal number of representative freetraders from outside Parliament With the exooprinn of a few important towns, it appears that no freotndu political orgnntK&tiona exist in the 1 centres of population that will shortly be airitated with the voioea of electioneering importunity. In some electoral districts there ate freetrade associations of two kinds -those ot tbo old. or conservative sort, and those of the moro thorough and up to date propagandists of freetrade and land reform, while here and there among the rest a branch -of one or the other may be found. But there is lo cohesion between ths old and the new, and a probability exists t...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORFEITURE OF CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

FORFEITURE OF CONDITIONAL PUR' CHASES. A hbmbWV splurge on the land question wa» initiated by Mr. tiormty ia the Assembly otv Wednejdny, when be moved tbe adjournment in uomieeueo with a " Gaaette " notice that conditional purchase on which tlu-re are arrears of instalments or interest on the 3I»& iost. will be forfeited. "To allay nu Hlinoot panic," Mr. Gonnly brought the quern iou up, and besought tbe clemency of tbe Minuter, Mr. CSopelaad gave him pauic i» a short act. There was nothing new in thin afisir, lie Raid; the same notice in a shorter lorm bad beeit gazetted for many yeate, aud was mainly intended to enliven those ealeotors who never paid until the money was squeezed oat of them-not tbe small man, but tbe leviathine of_ the back-bloaks, the hanks Mid monetary institutions. Two or three months after snob notice tbe depart ment sent out a circular, then a second circular, each politely informing the conditional purchaser that be was behind with his payments. Suppo...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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REDUCTION OF SPECIAL AREA INSTALMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

REDUCTION OF SPECIAL AIWA STALMEXTS. A deputation on Tuesday waited upon the Minister for Lauds to present 11 petition from special area selectors iu (the land districts of P«rkes and Forbes, uruiujr that tboir annual payments of instalments and interest should be reduced to h»lf tbe present amount, and that the period over which the payments extend sliuuld be inoressed from 'i'i to fit yearn. It was contended that when these funds were seleuted the prices of wheat,, sheep, and wool were double what they are now, and iliat tbe loans necessary to effect improvements could tben be obtained with' comparative case, whereas loans aould uow only be obtained with great difficulty. Even with tlie recent favourable seasons tbe diffi' oulties of the selectors bad been so great that they had almost been compelled ;to abandon their holdings. If the seasons had been bad, such a course would have beeu impsri live. They proposed to pay tbe full amount ot the purchase money, but desired a longer ti...

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" PLAIN TALK." [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

" PLAIN TALK:' Wh have received the first number of a new weekly publication bearing the above title. It wields a free lance, and contains some smartly written skits, giving all interests an equal sliare of its attention. The following nursery rhyme up to date is amusing: " B*! Ba! merino sheep, Have you any woul F" " Yes, sir, kind sir, Three bags full. One for the shearer. And one for his damo, And one for the delegate that lives ou Iho game." .' Ba ! Ba ! merino Blieep, Thnt is hardly fair ; Won't you give ihe squatter Just a little share f" " No, sir, r o, sir. lie's pot the sheds and tanks." " But. you know, merino sheep, they're mortgaged t« the banks."

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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NARROMINE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

NJRRosirm, [FBOM OTO OVfK COBBEJPONDBHT,] May 17. QUEEN'S birthday will be a busy day in Narromine, as far as sports are con cerned, as a concert and dance will take place at Xtavenswood, the cantata " Daniel" will be given in the Albert Hall, and a cricket match, Narromine v. Peak Hill, will bo played during the da}'. This match ?will about conclude this season for tho local club. I hear, on good authority, that Mrs. Riley of this town has bought an hotel at Burro. Burra. I wish her success. A stabbing affray took place here in tho small hours of Monday morning. It appears that some four or five men were gambling all night, the police being away on duty, when, about three o'clock in the morning, one of the party having lost all his money, wanted to borrow some oil one of the players. Tliis was refused, the refusal being accompanied by some remark, when the man drew u knifo and stabbed tho other in tho tliigli, evidently striking too low for where he aimed. A tight ensued, tho one w...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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DUBBO VOLUMBERS AND THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

DUMBO roLUMBERS Aim THE QUEE1TS BIBTBDAT REVIEW. CAPTAIN SOANE lias received the follow ing letter per Sir. James Morgan, senior of member for the district, re the parade to be held in Sydney jon the 24th May:-" "With reference to your personal representations, I am directed to inform you that the Chief Secretary lias approved of free railway pasBBB being grafted to the members of the Dubbo, Wellington, Orange, Molong, and Bathurst volunteer corps to enable them to take part in the review to be held in Sydney on the Queen's Birthday; and that the Major General commanding the military forces has been instructed to cause the necessary steps to be taken in the matter.-I am, &c., CUITCHETT WALKER, Principal Under-Secretary." Since the receipt of the above, Captain Sonne has received a communication from the Adjutant, 3rd liegiment, to the effect that the general officer commanding has himself written a minute express ing regret that the funds at his dis posal will not permit of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

PRICES FOR^^COTJlTTRir BTT"XTB3RS 2 * ': BOP YOUR OEDEES IN THE POST AND ADDEESS TEEM AG UNDEE. Wiien you read this paper PAUSE at our Advertisement, PONDER it over, THINK of it, and when you wake in the morning you -mil conclude that the People it brings under notice are your Best and Truest Friend BVEHXTHINa SENT EYERIWHEEE. And a Peoples' applause tolls na that OUR WARES ABE GOOD, <13 well as CHEAP, that the}' minister to the bodily comfort as well as being calculated to improve the condition of the mind by inducing that Peace and Prosperity which High Prices and Shoddv CVimm^v ^ftn never command. We have Frietids who SWEAR BY US .0 even- Homier, Township, City, and Hole and Corner Bash Settlement in trie Colony, WHO STICK TO US LIKE WAX, and SEND TO US FOR EV35RTHING, beuause we never disappoint . /,, 1 ^ whether its a small er big parcel tbatj^waiit cc,we're up to time, and the (loods wo sond are invariably what are wanted. Our talent for choosing eavours of the marv...

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A MOUNTAIN OF GOLD IN TASMANIA. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

A MOUNTAIN OF GOLD IX TASMANIA. SIDNEY, Wednesday Night. Is&ws baft been received from Hobart which more than confirms the wonderful nature of the tiud of gold at Mt. Huxley, on the west side of Tasmania. The whole mountain ia one of deocm posed porphyry, bearing gold very freely. Sydney people over there say the yields are unprecedented, and that the place will not bo worked out in the time of of "our children's grandchildren." The HOBAET MERCCTKY beads an article on thfr discovery, " Cuolg&rdie \intdono.' "-B&thurst ADVOCATE.

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A REMARKABLE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

A REMARKABLE DEPUTATIOX. ? A DEPUTATION, consisting' of several » ladies, waited upon Mr. M'Intvre, Vic 1 torian Minister for Lands, on Monday, to complain of the way in which the Lands Department was treating A. 1 Robertson, witli whose conduct in ' connection with the Struan-Robertson village settlement the Minister is much dissatisfied. The deputation addressed Mr. M'Intvre in somewhat aggressive fashion. Mr. M'Intyre said he could not recognise surveys made by order of "that man Robertson." The laud ! belonged to the Crown, but that man treated it as though he owned it. One of the ladies protested against Robertson being called "that man." It was insulting. In amy other country, she said, he would have been respected, and regarded as a philanthropist. Mr. M'Intyre replied that Robertson had declared in a villainouB way that the Minister was intoxicoted when he visited the settlement. "Soyou were," was the cool remark of one of the deputation. "Wlio told you that?" demanded the M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

CA.TAUKH, HAT FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNE 58 ANew HOME Totitmeht. SnFFRHEEs are not generally aware that thcsn diseasea are contagious, or that they are due to the preronco of living paraaiten in tho lining membrane of the nose and eustacbinn tube*. MioroBcopic research, however, ban proved this to be a fact, and the result in that a simple remedy has been formulated vhereby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cored by a few simple applications made at home by tho patient onoe in two weeks, A pamphlet explaining this new treatment SB sent on receipt of 2id stamp by A. Homnr DIXON, 43 and 45 Eust Bloor St. TOEQN'CO, Canada TO TEE DEAF.-A Gentleman who cored himself of Deufneas and Noises in the Head, after fourteen years' suffering, will gladly send full particulars of the remedy post free. Address: HERBERT CLIFTON, Albany Buildings, 39, Victoria utreet, Westminster, LONDON. S.W THE MOST POPULAR DHINK in ti,c Colony is Bow's Steane's Bitters. Rcad_ the following report...

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A Painter's Dilemma. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

A Painter's Dilemma A 8T0KT of a painter's dilemma is told bj ft London contemporary. John ?William Preyer, a famouB painter of still life, was a remarkably small | specimen of the genus homo, differing, however, from ordinary dwarfs in the symmetry and exact proportion ef all the parts of his diminutive frame' When between 20 and 30 years of ago his fresh, ruddy and beardless face, caused people to take him for a child of about 8 at the most. Th<s illusion was still further heightened by his dress-a Bhort black velvet jacket with a large turn-down collar, over which smoothly parted hair hung in thick clusters. When about this age Preyer paid a visit to Munich in order to inspect the art treasures in that city, and also to visit his old patron, ' Master' Cornelius, a former president of the Dusseldorf Academy. When Preyer called at the house of the latter he had gone oat, and tho servant who had answered the door ran in to tell her mistress that a little boy was waiting o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

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An Actor's Dilemma. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

An Actor's Dilemma TOMMISO Salvini relates in the CEKTURY how, when playing nt Bologna, he wa» threatened with calamity through, some of his clothes slipping down: - " There had recently died an illustri. ous tragedian, Lombardi by (name who in the part of Orestes, as well a8 in that of Orosmane in Voltaire's tradgody "Zaire," had left with the public an ideal which" could not be effaced. For some time I had studied Orosmane with real enthusiasm. The great night came, and, armed with courage, upheld by a thorough knowledge of my part, and clothed in a genuine, rich and elegant Oriental costume, I presented myself before my judges. Gradually, as the action unfolded, the interest of the audience grew, until at last spectators and artists reached the height ot enthu siasm. We were all quite carried away. The happiness of having won so hard a fight made my nerves quiver and my blood boil in my veins In such triumph I reached the fourth act, in which Orosmane, believing himself betrayed,...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

NOTES AND COMMENTS. TJIE letter tfhioh appeared in our last issue calling attention to the annoy ance caused to townspeople by a number of children who are habitu ally sent the rounds begging for food, lias exposed an evil which should at once be remedied. The Poor Relief Society was established to meet coses Q£ distress amongst our local poor, and no deserving person has yet been re fused relief by that body. 'While it does not undertake to entirely support destitute families, it is ever ready to render material assistance to those who unfortunately require it. The diffi culty in regard to the begging children is that, while no blame can be at tached to them, as they are obeying the instructions of those who send them out, they are likely to suffer by a withdrawal of the encouragement they have so long received at the hands of residents. The letter referred to states that some of these children have been at the work more than three years. This apprenticeship to begging is much to b...

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OUR SYDNEY INTER. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

OUR STDNBT INTER. OUR OWH COEREBPONDEKT.) STONEV, Tlmrfiday. MR. JoHjf HAY.VES was on Hie war- j ptitli in the Assembly on Tuesday 1 night, when ho moved the ad journment of the House to call attention to "a matter of nrgent im portance "-the non-proseoution of the directors of the fraudulent land and building companies. He complained that though a series of swindles had boon revealed, many of which he in stancod, the Attorney-General had refused to file a bill against those im plicated. One of the directors was a candidate for Parliament, and if j Parliament would tolerate the sort of thing' to which ho had called attention -well, the director ought to bo re turned. A number of members spoke on the subject, Mr. Moles worth expressing an opinion that the Attorney-General went out of liis way to defeat the ends of justice-for which remark he was called to order by the Speaker. Mr. Copelund accused Mr. Haynes of "shooting at the Attorney-General from behind a ' hedge," as he had given...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Incorporated by Royal Charter 1836. Paid-up Capital .. .. ..£1,000,000 Reserve Fund (of which £500,000 is inv .Hod at 2f per cent, con sola at 95) .. .. . v f800,000 EU*«*e Liability of Tropnetors under the Charter .. .. £U500,000 £1)400,000 DUBBO BRANCH HSffhoat Current Bates allowed on Pixod Deposits. Advances made on liberal terms upon the ensuing clips of *ool. All usual banking business transacted JOHN W. SILLAR, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF R0XAL MAIL STEAMERS. THE following Royal Mail Steamship* belonging to the ORIENT an PACIFIC COMPANIES will leave SYDNE* at uoon on the undermentioned dates f?r PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury) v»a Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo and the Slier Canal, calling at Naples an" Gibraltar . OROTAVA ORUBA AUSTRAL cuzco OIHIR 55V2 ,'>o.)2 5524 3918 R. L. Ronth Lindsay Hay f M. Tuke, R.N.R. J. F. Anderson C910 ij. F. Ruthven Mu> 21 I June 4 ] June 18 .Tuly 2 I July 16 And fortnightly thereafter. FASSAGE MONET-Saloon, £60, £7...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, May 19, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND tf ACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, Ibjr 10, 1804. "The principle of betterment may be defined as the special taxation of real estate "which is benefited by eotne local im provement carried out by the public authorities." So says a writer in the April number of the 11 Westminster Review,' and this definition may be accepted as placing the principle concisely and clearly before the public. The bill which has passed its second reading in the Assembly, while accepting the principle, only seeks vo apply to country districts, for, dealing chiefly with railways, it only acknowledges that benefits will be derived from their construc tion at their inland termini, and only provides for the principle to be applied to the owners of real estate at one end of the line, .compelling country landowners to pay a betterment tax, while the city property holders, who also derive benefit from any new lines that may be constructed, will escape, It is proposed that all new railway extens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

IF YOU WANT \ Advertise in PEOPLE IWE Dum UBERAL TO EN0W j Has the Largest - i Local 0F 1 Circulation, AN YTHIN Go' Dai I y Increasing. ! ITHE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. THE DUBBO LIBERAL, AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING, Contains the Latest Colonial and Intercolonial Telegrams, Cable grams, Local and General News. "WE beg to draw the attention of our constituents to the terms of Subscription under th" new management, which came into force ou the 1st January, If 93, viz.: Per Annum, in advance £1 0 0 Per Half-year, in advance u 10 U Per Quarter, in advance 0 r> C> Per Quart ur, if booked < I 0 (> Single Copies 0 0 3 As the LJBFHAT, is now conducted on broad principles, and (lie circulation is daily increasing, we can recommend buMnes* people to give it a trial as an advertising medium. The terms for ordinary advertisements are : Single Column ?. lis. for tlm first iiu-li, and IF. Gd. for each additional inch, each publication. Double ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. Billingsgate Market. HAVING SOLD the above BUSINESS to ME. LESLIE H, Chawcak, I with to return my sincere thanks to my customers far their Uberal support daring the past nine years, and hope the/ will bestow a fair shaie | of their patronage on my successor. I remain, with thanks, GEORGE EDWVKDS. I Dubbc, May IS. Macquarie Brewery, Dubl)o. I HAVE (hi* d»v »p»vmited Mr, A. PENGELLT to feEPRESENT ABOVE BREWERY AND COLLECT ALL AC COUNTS, and lii i receipt will be a sufficient discharge for the aami?. JOHN McUAJjLUJI. Febrnary Oth, 1S91, POUND YAED GARDEN, COliNEtt OF MTALTJ & DAELENG STEEET8. NoricE. NOTICE is hereby given thnt a WATCH IS KEPT on those Gardens. Anyone trespassing; or breaking down the fences will bo prosecuted. (Signed) M. MATHEWS. Dubbo, May 9, 1894. STEIN'S ART UNION, By permission of the Attorney-General, to be drawn on Saturday, 19tli May, 1894. At premises in Macquarie-street, lately occuppied by A. 8. George, nest to Mr. Lambert's. Four Pr...

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DUBBO POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 19 May 1894

DUBBO POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 12. ONE drunkard was leniently dealt with. Peter Miller, for having property in his possession reasonably supposed to have been stolen, was sentenced to fourteen days in Dubbo gaol. MONDAY, MAY 14. (Before the P.M.). Robert King, for threatening to commit a breach of the pence, was ordered to find sureties for his good behaviour for six mouths. Thomas Fox, for riotous behaviour, was fined 10s, in default three days' imprisonment. A drunkard was fined 10s. TUESDAY, MAY 15. (Before the P.M.) W. H. Parker v H. Lloyd, abusive language. Fined 20s, costs 8s 4d, two witnesses 10s, in default seven days. Fine paid. M. Mathews v. Jessie Hands and Jennie Woods, stealing vegetables growing in garden. To pay value of property 1s, fine 10s, costs 5s 10d, in default 21 days. Annie Cassells v. Elizabeth Williams, indecent language. Withdrawn. Elizabeth Williams v. Annie Cassells, indecent language. With- drawn. Christopher Coombe v. Mary Ann Delaney, wages. Defend...

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