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THE COAL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

THE COAL TRADE. Sikcb the opening of the New Year, He Northern Coalownei-s' Association has been dissolved, and for the diet tmsa for #srera! years the northern collieries nre now all acting independently in competing for trade and copiDg with labour difficulties. The association wan formed in about 1882, and its principal objects were to regulate the price of coal, and to act conjointly in milking agreements with the miners -employed on their properties. The oollieries comprised in it were the Greta, A.A. Company, Wallsend, Lambton, Go-operaiivc, Newcastle., Waratali, West \Vall»end, Hetton, Wiokham and Bullock Inland, Ferndale, Burwood end Dudley, and the total number of men in their employ was between 3500 an<i 4000. The association ha" been allowed to lapse primarily because it (ailed to fulfil its pur pose.", and secondarily from personal reaeon«. At the Hartley Vale collietv, the m->nacer has notilied (ha miners of a further reducti m of 2d per ton in the hetring...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Latest Telegrams. FR0M OUR SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. Monday Night. The Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

Ti|e Latest Telegrams. 3?R0M OUE SPECIAL AGENT. MEW SOUTH WALES Monday Night. Tho "Wool Market. I'The New Zealand Land Association, j Limited, wires:-We offered to-day 84Q0 bales, and eold 'the balk'of the catalogue under very strong -competi tion, at prices supporting late rates. Greasy merino brought "for " Glonrock," from. Scone ; greasy crossbred biddings r Hacked 8-Ad for E. Jimbour, from Queensland; scoured . merino, 13Jd for " T 0,'" from Booligal. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The Sheep Market. TWENTY-SEVEN thousand were penned, and prime were scarce. Prices were firm. Wethers, 3s to7s 7d. The Cattle Market. Tberc being a good supply, and the bulk being inferior, the market wa-i; lower. Best beef 13s. Public Meeting. At a public meeting last night, Mr. Wise, M.P., President of the Tree trade aud Laud Reform Electoral Association, declared the principles of the association. The promoters of the meeting were outnumbered by a counter demonstration, who insisted upon electing their own chair...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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WEATHER AND STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

WF.ATHER ANT) STOCK REPORT. DUBBO, January Hi.-The weather ia lino and dry, with warm days and fine cool niffbta. Stook paRsings : 2600 fat ewes, from WalJan Billan to Sydney hy road, Carraont Bros, owner?, A. Shannon in charge. 'Nyngjut.-From Saturday's OBSEBVEE. The weather during the past week has been somewhat milder than the previous one. Occasional -showers falling, though very ? light, will certainly do good. From most parts of the outlying districts much heavier rain is reported. Down Nevertire way the rain was very heavy ; as high as four inches has fallen. Up the Bogan heavy rain ia also reported. At Mr. fllayger's homeatend, over 2A inches have fallen since tho hoi inning of the year, and from thcnco to within 13 miles of Bourko the fall ha* averaged an inch and upwards. From <Jraweod to Willaroon, a distance of about 40 miles, three inches have fallen, and the river in conaequenoo has risen considerably. From Cobar wc loarn that 120 points have been registered...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

CATARRH, | HAY FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS. A New Holts Tbeatmbkt. StJFFKEEES ate not generally aware that tbaae diseases are contagions, or that they are dna to the presence of living parasites in the lining membrane of the nose and euatachiM tubes. Microscopic research, however, has proved this to be a fact, and the result is that a simple romody has been form wbeteby these distressing diseases are r> and permanently oared by a few _ applications made at home by the patient onoe in two weeks. A. pamphlet explaining his new treatment is sent on receipt of SJa, stamp by A. Bonos Dffiii, (3 and 45 East Bloer St. TORONTO, Canada AapteaiH mimUmjntof Viatou{from 10* to £14 and other Muifal Initnuaeat* at J.* T. lAne'«

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THE AMERICAN TARIFF BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

TttE AMERICAN TARIFF BILL. 'Twt tort of the proposal new American 'tariff billis now to tinid, and the noctinn flitting to wool, which is-of no muoli importance to Australia, oueupira but a small pnrtion of the bill. ?Under the free list in tliefollowinfr: -All wool <Jf the rii=ep, hair of the camel, *oat, alp»W, and other lifan animals, and nil "wool andhairon the akin, noils, yarn wnete, card waste, burr wcte, ruga and fli>ok», including all waste, -or rags composed w holly or in pait of wool. TLhe following cedtionn "refer to wool other than that in its natural slato. 276.-Wool of the shoep, hair of the camel, goat, alpaca, and other like animals in the form of slubbini; waste, roving waste, riot? waste, raunifo, shoddies, R-nrnetteJ or .carded waste, carbonised noils or other wmito produot, any of whioh is oomposed wholly or 'in part of woo), the hair Of the camel, goat, alpaca, and other like animals, which has been improved or '|advnnced beyond its original oondi...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CHARGE AGAINST A POSTHASTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

CHARGE AGAINST A POSTHASTES. ROBKET Alexindeb BYEON (32;, lata post master and money order ateent at Asbtield, was oharged at the Newtown Court on Friday with embezzling the earn of £189 7s Id, part of money entrusted to him by her Majesty, and fraudulently appropriating the satue to his own use, on January 4, 1694. He was further oharged with embezzling the sum of £100 on September 2, 1893. Mr. Wilshire appeared for the proseoution, and Mr. Charles Bull for the defence. The evidenoe showed that Inspector Unwin, acting under instructions from the Postal Department paid a visit of inspection to the Ashfield Post Office on the morning of the 4th insr., and told Byron the reason of his visit. Byron asked him to wait while he got some breakfast, and upon receiving so answer in the affirmative, went out and did not return. An investigation of the books was made, and it was found that the cash was short. A warrant was therefore issued charging him with embezzling the sum of £189 7s 4d, th...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Open Column. PARLIAMENT AND THE LAND. To the Editor of the LIBERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

Open Column. [Oorraspondooee ii invited on matters if local interest. It muBt be dietinotly under stood that we are not responsible for the views expressed in letters under this heading] PARLIAMENT J.YD THE LAND. To the Editor qf the LIBERAL, SIB-It is noticeable that amid the multi tude of election addresBOB now being delivered, very few allusions to the land question are to be found, although it is one of vital importance to the colony. Titers is a good deal savi about throwing the whole burden of taxation upon the land, but very little abont inducing people to settle on the land, or oncourage those who are already in occupation by lease or pnrcbaso to persevere in the work of developing the pastoral or agricultural industries. In South Australia the results of neglect or improper treatment of the land question is shown in the utter prostration of the pastoral industry. Tho pastor&lists, ' instead of being; assisted in their struggle against tho difficulties of soil and cl...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

i i PRICES IF'OIR, OOTJISTTR^ 1 POP YOUR ORDERS IK TEE POST AND ADDRESS TEEM AS OTHER. -^^3'-' ^ 1 When ^Mpead thls paper PAUSE at our Advertisement POHiJER it over, THINK of it, and when you wake in the morning you will conclude that tihe People it brings under notice are your Best and Truest i-riend f ' EYERYTHIKG SEGSTT EYERXWHBKE, And a Peoples' applause telle us that OUR WABE6 ABE GOOD, as well an CHEAP, that they minister to the bodily comfort as well as being calculated to improve the condition of the mind by inducing that Peaco and Prosperity which High Prices and Shoddy Commodton. neveroowmand, We have Prieuds who SWEAE BY XJS a everj* Hamlet, Township, Oity, and Hole and Corner Bueli Settlement in the Colony, WHO Bl'ICK TO US LIKE WAX, and SEND TO US FOIt EVERTUING, beoauee we never difinppoiui, . because whether its a amalJ or big parcel that's want tc,we're up 4o time, and the fitoods we send aro invariably what are wanted. Our talent for choosing savours of the marvello...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

CABLEGRAMS. LO.VDON, Mondav. Thorloy's cattle-food stores, Cale donian road, London, has been burned down ; damage £70,000. A son of a ?well-known Iiish squire lias been arrested in Paris on a charge of bigamy. It is atated he 'has sit wives. Seventy leaders of a Czech secret society are being tried at Prague for foinentiug riots and insulting the Emperor. The Daily NEWS states that the British Government contemplates building 8 line-of-battle ships in ad dition to the annual naval programme. It. is also intended to make a large increase in the number of cruiser*.

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To Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

To OorretpondoBfet. UniRIM to the following ruin nay mi . gtx>d Asal at trouble ot disappointment. With every communication moat be sent the suuM-jind address of the writer, not xoMnrity for pnblioatton, tint as a guarantee «( good faith; otherwise, do attention can be paid to the letter. Rejected communications will not be Mturaad. The writers should keep drafts or MpiM. We otaim the right to ewiise anything which we deem objectionable from letter*; .nd aorrespondents who deoline to aoeede to thatooorseean uy to when they send their letters. Sbould we fmd correction necesiary, Writer these ciroimitaiioes the letters will not k< published in the Libkral, Condensation, and avoidance of offensive personalities, aie two things wbiob we vpesially commend to the notice of oorres -pondents, if th«y wish to bo certain that 'their communications will be accepted by u«. Enquiries en matters unconnected with »ur bustaenp can only bo answered through the office when the enquirer ...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, January 17, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

THE DDBBO LIBERAL AND j KACQUARIE AQYOGATE. VPednM&ay, 9uiuiy if, ISM. THE favourable maimer in which Mr Copeland received the application for farther 'assistance-from the Board of Control of the Pitt Towu village settlement will -be gratifying to the advocates of the scheme for settling .people on the land. This particular 'settlement 'ias been the theme of much adverse criticism, and .it is interesting to note that the many severe remarks made on the manage ment. are apparently not borne out by the report made by the deputation on Friday last. It was pointed out that the Government grant had been too small to meet the initial expenses incurred in the purchase of the necessary plant, bnt that such careful supervision had been exercised that the settlement, with a little present assistance, had every prospect of very Bhortly becoming self-supporting. When it is remembered that, as was poiuted out by one speaker, the lands arc only leased, and that the country will eventually...

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THE FROZE & MEAT TRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

THE FROZE & MEAT TRADE 'TttK'following is oandenssd from th" thir3 of a series of articles appearing in (he Trlk .<IBAPH from the pen of Mr. C- Fotbewton 'haugb: While the New Zealand nheep-farmei-'bas 'been having -nuoh a very rosy time of it as ?regards the price of his surplus stock, the Austrilhm grazier has had, and is having, «exactly ' the reverse. This is doubtless to -some wrtent'flis own fault, for havin? ojw - Stocked tho whole colony and put 62 million aheap on an arei of country scarcely fittod to '?oarry 66 million and fatteu tho normal surplus from that number. But even for .the Hbeep he has fattened and froien and exported, ho has not reoaivod anything like a value proportionate to that received by New Zealand growers. Again, it may be said that it is because merino mutton is not in favour at the other end. Granted. But how is it that 1 13-I6d can bo given for merino mutton at New Zealand factories, "with fat and ekiu to ownei', while here the . hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

W. H. PALING & CO., LT D. Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class BV Steinway and Sons, Krard and Co., Julius Feuricb, Uebel and Lechleitcr, Carl Ecke GorB and Kallmann, the "Victor," the " Belling," &-.. Also have a larije and Belee ntock of ull other veil-known makers, euch ae Collurd, Kirkmann, Lipp, &c., &c. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Hade upon honour, sold upon merit, known the world over. The beat cud cheapest. Over a quarter of a million already cold. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The best /or tone, tunc, nnd durability. H v\c icc.ivcd 1'irt-l liizib ut t:H Exhilitic W. H, PALING and Co., Limited, guarantee all their instruments. Their principle ha been to eupply only thoroughly reliable instruments, and they h»ve now the lurges Piano and Music huflinehs in Australia. The sterling qualities of their Pianos hn been abundantly proved by long wnd varied experience in iht'so eohiuiep. Their large trjci noes ana ample resources enable them ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. Father Byrne. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. Father Byrne. St. Bridget's, Dubbo. - Sunday, Jan. 21, Mass 8 A.M. and 11 a.m. ; Vespers, 7-30. Mass at Dubbo every morning at 7.

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DUBBO POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 15. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

DUBBO POLICE COURT,   MONDAY, JANUARY 15, (Before the P.M.) Alfred Denman, for breaking a window the property of Thomas Furney, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment , in default of paying a fine of 20s and 40s damages.

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DUBBO P. A. AND H. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

DUBBO P. A. AND H. ASSOCIATION. THE general meeting of the P. A. and H. Association was held on Friday evening, at Mr. G. H. Taylor's rooms, Church-street. Following is the annual report: - "Your Committee, in placing before you   their report for 1893, have much pleasure in congratulating the Society upon a year's most successful operations. Notwithstanding the depression which was so acute at the time of the annual exhibition, the show was unquestionably the best held by the Associa- tion, judged either on account of the exhibits or the attendance of the public. No doubt the National Prizes offered, amounting to £350, materially assisted in swelling the number of exhibits, and for obtaining the money thanks are due to the members for the district, who used every endeavour to induce the Minister for Agiiculture to place it on the Estimates. Only £244 of the £330 was awatded, and as the exhibits gaining the prizes had to be judged and reported on by officials from the D...

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TUESDAY JAN. 16. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

TUESDAY JAN. 16. (Before the P.M.) Robert James Turner, on a charge of abduction, was committed for trial at the Dubbo Quaiter Sessions to be held on the 29th instant. SUMMONS CASES. Police v. E. J. Weaver, obscene language. Fined 20s and costs. C. G. Dunn v. W. Hunt. Entering en- closed lands without permission. Fined 5s and £2 19s 2d costs - total £3 4s 2d. W. L. Palmer v. C. Towner. Wages. Defendant to pay £2 5s 6d and £1 16s 4d costs -total £4 1s 10d.

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DUBB0 HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

DUBBO HOSPITAL. THE regular monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held in the Town Hall last Friday evening. Members present : Mr, N. Muller (in the chair), Messrs. Wilkinson, Kitchen, S. Phillips, Links, Boland, S. Simpson, Sillar, Dr. Kitz-Patrick, Jas. Samuels, and the Secretary. The Chairman apologised for Messrs. Taylor and Morgan, who were unavoidably absent. The Medical Officer's report was read as follows : - Admitted, males 13, females 1, total 14 ; discharged, males 12, females 0, total 12 ; Died, male I, females 0, total 1 ; remaining in hospital, males 10, female 1 , total 11 ; out patients treated, males 18, females 2, total 20 ; bottles of medicine issued, 33. A letter was read from the Lands Department notifying the appointmont of trustees to the hospital. It was decided to hold the annual meeting of the subscribers on Tuesday, 30th January. The collectors for the various portions of the town were also appointed. The report of the visiting committee was receiv...

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EXECUTION OF FRANCES KNORR. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

EXECUTION OF FRANCES KNORR. AT the hour fixed for the execution of Frances Knorr, in Melbourne, on Monday, a great crowd had assembled outside the gaol walls, extending down nearly as far as Swanston-street, in one unbroken mass. The street was also lined with vehicles. There were many women present, who relieved their overcharged feelings with tears, though nothing of course could be seen. A strong body of police kept order. Mrs. Knorr was in great distress of mind on Sunday night, completely breaking down and crying violently till midnight. Then she gradually became quieter, finally falling into a deep sleep. She seemed to greatly miss her child, which was removed on Saturday, and of whom she was very fond. She woke shortly after dawn and at once dressed. She then read for a while, afterwards writing a final letter to her mother. Then she eat a hearty breakfast of prison fare, but refused stimulants. It is said she never drank. Afterwards she received her spiritual adviser, and wa...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 January 1894

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH   Rev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. Jan. 21-Dubbo 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.Mm.

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