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VALUELESS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 23 May 1894
VALUELESS NOTES. THE public have been from time to time cautioned against being defrauded by notes on the defunct Sydney Deposit Bank. During the last few weeks a large number have been put in motion, and instances of unwary storekeepers having been deceived have been numerous. On Friday two men were arrested in Sydney on a charge of vagrancy, and in their possession were found bundles of bogus notes purporting to be of the value of £3000. A large number of the notes were on the Sydney Deposit Bank, some unsigned. One of the men, John Bell, a jockey, was on Monday charged before Captain Fisher, at the Water &nbsp; Police Court, with obtaining £3 8s 6d, by means of a bogus note, from Joseph Bailey. It is alleged that Bell passed the note on Mr. Bailey at the Glebe. He was remanded to the Globe Police Court.
DUBBO POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 19. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 23 May 1894
DUBBO POLIOS COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 19. (Before the P.M.) Two drunkards were dealt with, and James Curran, an alleged lunatic, was ordered to be sent to the Asylum at Parramatta. TUESDAY, May 22. (Before the P.M.) J. Cunningham, on a charge of drunkenness, was sentenced to seven days' gaol. (Before the P.M. and D. Soane, Esq., J.P.) W. H. Parker v. Peter Turner, rescue of goods distrained upon. Defendant ordered to pay 20s, court costs 5s 10d, professional costs £1 11s 6d, and costs of one witness, 5s. Mr. Fitzhardinge for complainant.
BARBIGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 23 May 1894
BARBIGAl, Mining matters are very quiet at BarbigaL Owing to the recent wet weather very little has been done. The prospectors have sent 26owt of conglomerate to the Clyde works at Granville, to be tested, and the result is anxiously looked forward to. Several shafts are going down on the other claims, but nothing good has yet been struck. Seven or eight parties are at work, and the ground has been pegged out for a great distance, but no other claims are yet on gold. On Saturday, Mr. Wall, M.L.A., visited the ground, and expressed a favourable opinion of the look of the country. He has, we are informed, pegged out a claim with others. Mr. M. S. Love, P.M., the Mining Warden, will pay a visit of inspection to Barbigal on Friday, and the result will be awaited with much interest, as he has for many years hold the office of warden, and has had long experience of mining matters.
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. A TELEGRAM from St. Petersburg reports the discovery of a mine beneath a house in Smolensk, in which the Czar would reside dnring the Russian military manoeuvres. The attempted plot is attributed to Nihilists. Fierce fighting has taken place in I the Republic of Salvador, Centra] America, between the rebels and the Government troops. Three thousand men were killed in the struggle since the 15th instant. It is understood that the Hon. John Lackey, president of the Legislative Council of New South Wales, will be knighted. Gladstone's eye has been success fully operate)! upon by four oculists.
AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894
AGE. In Greece and Rome twenty-live wis fall ag- for boil) sexes, bat a greater age vu necessary (or t.jlding certain offices, viz., thirty lor tribunes, iorty three for coninli. Id Australasia we come to years of discretion at a very i-arly age, but there ie a difference betwceu discretion and discrimination. To discriminate lietween the gennine and the false, the origins I and the imitation requires mat'.I ret experience. Wolfe's Schnapps ii a perfectly pure and salutary spirit, bit it is iargelv imitated and often these vile imita tions are pat iut&lt;> empty Wolfe's Schnappa Inltlcs, and passed off as the original liquor. You must theieiore discriminate, or bay the wrapped bottles and break them after they are empty. Alluvial gold in payable quantities is now being obtained on several claims at Billyh Look-ant, 2a aula ftom Wyalong,
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894
'^D.'ttporrwiHM^iIenU. ArresnoM to tbefoliowinir rulei rasy aave«, iWtthjeFBrf ,«ommunic«tion must be-toenfr : ? Mia flamewidaddress «f tbo writer, not :. ? faeoewtHlf forpnblication, bat *ba guarantee .flfjjbod fiurh ; otherwise, no attention c*u bu pnjft to ibo letter. 'JEUjBctad noramatlcallons will not be Yoturaed. The writers should keep drafts or Vtisimiw. . ' ^ Wfl oUim the rightto excise Anything : fchioJi we &lt;leem objectionable from lettere; aniicorreapondentB who deoline tonooede to thateourae.oan «»y to when they send their t stars. Should we find correction nooeaeary, *rider these cironrostancee the letters will not iMjAiblished in the Libebu.. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive personalities, ,ai« two things wbioh we .poaUIly commend to thenotioe of corres pondents, if &lt;4h«y J(rish to be certain that the communications will be accepted by u«.
Open Column. SOCIAL PURITY. To the Editor of the LIBERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894
Open Column. fCorrespondeoce is invited ou matters of ' ooal intei-Obi. It must ba distinctlyuudet jjtOod thai we uro not responsible for the vieivb oppressed iu leittw uudur tuiti beading-] SOCIAL PUHITY. the Editor of the LIBEEAX. glRi My lost letter upou tliis subject was addreasml to men ; this is an upposil to VO1110U to hwlp their brothers to livo pur© and bett r liv&lt;id. 1 first call upou those woman whoss positions are in tne «ugu places of tho world, loaders o£ society, ana mothers Dear ladies, you whose smile or frown plaoo the hall-mark upou everyone who onters the inner circle of your particular ret, help those who in the best interesty of Immunity are trying to place a high bt indavd of honour before tho men of this lNtn century. If you were caretul to exclude from your homos men noted for tho impurity of their lives instead or as »t present giving thorn a premium tor thoir sill, viz., receiving thein just as cordially and with as much favour as the most estim...