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Forged Tram Tickets. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

Forgnd Tram Tickets. The tramway authorities arc of thu opinion that the forged tickets receutly discovered were printed, not in the colonies, but in Europe.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Holiday Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

Holiday Traffic. The traffic on the railway yesteraay was nearly 500 passengers in excess of the corresponding day of last year.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LANDS OF THE STATE. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

THE IANDS OF TSB STATE (COMMUNICATED-.) Now South Wales at the present moment is in much tho same position a» that in which a spendthrift heir would find himself when, having wasted tho ? greater portion of his patrimony, he began to consider the expediency <if making some effort to save the remain | der. The public lands of the colony have hitherto -been administered in a most reckless and prodigal manner, to tho gainof professional speculators, and the detriment of the interests of the . general community. The failure of various land systems as a means .of en couraging settlement, aa shown by the steadily increasing areas of the largo estates, and the rapidly diminishing number of small holdings, will always form a painfully instructive chapter in the history of the earlier years of in dustrial progress in New South Wale#. But it is of no use crying over spilt milk; the past cannot be re-called; we can deal only with the requirements of the present, and the probabilitie...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

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Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS MUSI BE TRUE verybody says BILLY TEA IS THE BEST TEA tbcy ever drank. If you have never uBed it TRY IT ONCE. EOREKA CATARRH, HAY FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS A New HOME TREATMENT. SoFi'EEEES arc not generally aware that these diseases are contagious, or that they are due to the presence of living parasites in the lining membraue of the nose and eustachian tubed. Microscopic research, however, has proved tbis to bo a fact, and the result is that a simple remedy has been formulated whereby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cured by a few simple applications made at home by the patient ouce in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining this new treatment iB sent on receipt of 2Jd stamp by A. Hotton DIXON, 43 and 45 East Bloor St. TORONTO, Canada I The total returns of crushing from Wyalong stone at the Barmedman battery give for 74:3 tons of stone 1214oz of gold, or an average of loz 12dwt 16grsto the ton. It is expected that the average will be still better...

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MELBOURNE FIRMS DRIVEN TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

MELBOURNE FIRMS DRIVEN TO STDNET. Alt illustration of the effect of the Vic torian prohibitive duties is now being af forded (nays the Ajiooe) in the exodus of the dtelbonme representatives of several of the large English publishing firms, several of whom have already gone to Syd ney, while others contemplate taking the 8a<i e steps. Whi'e the duties on tbrir oom modfties were not higher than 20 per cent, most of these large London firms liad agencies in Melbourne. The practical put of the business of publishing and bookbinding permits of the carrying on of suoh other pursuits as fancy leather work,, stationery, etc., and in these lines there w*» formerly a good trade. Host of these firms had their headquarters in Melbourne, and where these are not being transferred wholly to Sydney, an agency is being established there. Tbo«e acquainted with business consider that in a little while Melbourne will hare thus lost the bulk of that particular business. One firm, Marcus Ward ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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[?]less Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

[less Dentistry. ort very much to have a ? " inquired a tall man of I [spends," was the reply. " If ? ed tootli happens to bo a ththe roots at right angleB /her, or if it ia decayed so 86 /the nerve iincovored, or even |e worn down even with the that is necessary to dig the Pay in order to get a good hold i forceps, then the chancos are [u will kick a little." the tall man trembled from /to foot, and in a shaking voic0 I-" What do you think of that acoompanying his words by ling his mouth to the fullest extent I iadicnt ing with his finger the seat fliis trouble. ' Tlie doctor took up a 6tnall instru lenfc with a little round looking glass rattono end, pad running it into the cavern that yawned before him, made a careful inspection of tho interior. "That looks like a stubborn old fellow," remarked the doctor, as he replaced the instrument upon the .working-table. " What would you advise ? " tim idly inquired the tall mail. " Laughing gas," replied the doctor. " Wi'l I be oblivious t...

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 — 26 May 1894

IF'O.K, COUN'TR'Y" BTX'STEIRS POP YOUR ORDERS Of TEE POST AMD ADDRESS THEM, A3 UNDER. PAUSE at our Advertisement, PONDER it over, THINK of it, and when you wake in the morning you will conclude that the People it brings .mmler notice are. your Best and Truest Friend BYERYTHING SENT EYERIWHEEE. - riells us that OUR WARES ARE GOOD, as well as CHEAP, that they milliter to the W\ily comfort as well as beinp; ealeulatod to iinprove the oondition of the mind by inducing that Penoo ami li-onperit v which Iti'li Prices ami Shoddy Oomtnoditiai - ,7e have Triads who SW.ELiIi BY US ^ e?ery Hmlet, Township, CStj', and Hole and Corner Bush >ettleroent in tne Colony, WHO STICK TO Uti LIKE WAX, and SEN I > TO ITS FOII EVLi.'i 11 JlVU, iro never ili-n/mtn'i... . beuauso Br big parcel that's wanted ywo're up to time, and the Goods we eend are invariably what are wanted. Our talent for choosing eavoura of the marrellous, and a PAIli OF PANT.S, a SILK PETTICOAT, a SET i jE CHINA TEA IJUNOS or a ...

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 — 26 May 1894

THB10E IS HE ARMED, WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST. CLEMENT?' TONIC, THE WORLD'S GREAT EKSYOCA. . T.fVE, HAS CURBD MORE CASKS OF INDIGESTION, NEURALGIA, WEAK NESS, DEBILITY, DROPSY, BRIGHTS DISEASE, AND LIVER COMPLAIN C THAN ALL) OTHER MEDICINES i'CT TOCJETHEP. If you are sick and value your life, insist on haviog Clement's Tonic, end no Buoetitutc, or you will be disappointed. READ THIS CASE. Mrs. M. Blakley, Wileon-alieet, West Wulluond, N.S.W., who writes on 1'eUruary t4ih, 1893-About two yeiira ago I was very inuoh troubled witli dyppcpsiu, pnina in Llio back, and continual headaches. I was never free from severe fitu of retelling, everything of wbicb I partook (teemed to turn into water. At last I became so bail that I was ad Weed by the doctor who wdh attending on me to go into the hoppitnl. : Having a young family it was itupowiljle (or me to do so. I believe I tried nearly every 1 remedy, but received no relief until my at - E tention was drawn to the great cures per formed by Cle...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

local and General News. V ^jpaWJKTABT SGQDEKTBATION.-John of Dubbo, labourer. WYALONG.-Several important dis coveries havo been made at Pine-bill, about two miles south of the snrveyed town. Many claims north of tbe prospectors have been on gold for some time, bnt no good discoveries were made on this side till recently. Good stone, however, is now being won on the south side. The reef, which isalarge one, has been proved over lialf a mile. Mr. Pitman, the Government Geologist, thought highly of this reef, which is between slate and diorite. TBKPENCE A. DAT. - Iu order to relievo the local distress, the Auburn Council let out work to tbe unemployed at schedule rates. Most of the men were unused to the class of woi k found for them, and do not appear to have earned very large wages at -it. Two gaugs sent in their claims to the council on Monday night, and reported that they had averaged lOd per day per man. The men were receiving la a day for breaking and 3d per yard for spreading. M...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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BARBIGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

BARBIGAL. The opportunity afforded by the holi day on Thursday was eagerly seized by uumbers of the towns people to visit the scene of the new gold-find at Barbigal. All kinds of vehicles, from the aristocratic four-in-hand to the simple Bulky, were requisitioned, and all sorts and conditions of men - store-keepers, solicitors, pain ters, printers, publicans, photo graphers, butchers, bankers, and representatives of the hundred and one callings that go to make up a com munity-not forgetting the humble, necessary digger, made their way to the centre of attraction. The roads were in good order, and some fast times were made-the crossing of the Talbragar, however, spoiling' the record of some of the heavier vehicles. On arrival at the scene of action, lunch ?was the first order of the day, and for a time the place looked more like a picnic ground than an embryo miners' camp. After the inner man was satisfied, and another thirst beside that for gold assuaged, the parties spread themselv...

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 — 26 May 1894

THE 8ANK OF AUSTRALASIA Incorporated by Royal Charter 183fi, Paid-up Capital .. .. .. £ 1,000,000 ?Reserve Fund (of which £500,000 is jnv .pted at 2f per cent. con sols at 95) £800,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietors Under the Charter .. .. «1.<JOO.OOO £4,080,000 DUBBO BRANCH Highest Current Rates allowed on Fixed Deposits. Advances made on -ilbsral terras upon the ensuing clipsof wool. ?U1 udiiul b&uJtinpr boeiuess transacted JOHN W. SIL1jA.II, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF E0TAL MAIL STEAMERS. TIIE following Royal Mail Steamship® b.iliiiia'iiiir to tho ORIENT siiy PACIme COMPANIES willloavo N\ DINh at no.*n on the. undermentioned dnies t. PLYMOUTH nn3 LONDON (Tilbury) r'1 Melbourne, Adelaide, A.lbany, Colombo and the Suez Canal, calling at Naples an Gibraltar . ORUBA AUSTRAL .ruzco OX HIH 5552 5524 3318 C910 Liudsuy Hay f SI. Tuke, R.N.K. J. F. Anderson J. F. liuthven June i June 18 July *2 July 10 And fortnightly tliereattrr. .Not cnliin^r at Colombo. PASSAG E MONET...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Saturday, May 26, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

THE DDBBO LIBERAL AND fHIACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Saturday, May SO, I8V4, THE Legislative Council once again blocks the way. The news that it has struck out the second clause of the Amending Electoral Bill, which, provided for the enfranchisement of per sons who had changed their re sidences from one electorate to another, and which was the most vital point in the amended measure, came as a great sur prise to most people, who natur ally thought that the tipper House, having p issed the Elec toral Act. would consent to any proposal which intended to com plete its far from perfect machinery. The practical work ing of the Act in the next general election will doubtless disclose many imperfections that are not at present ap parent; but the opposition of the Council to tho #ne-man one-vote principle has impelled it to refuse the opportunity of making one improvementwhich has already 'been -discovered to be necessary. Although in our own electoral division the knoeking-out of the transferred el...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

IF YOU WANT \ Advertise - 1>E01>LE . -JTHE DUBBO LIBERAL TO KNO W ! ^aS largest OF ^YTHINGr' Daily Increasing THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, PUBLISHED EVERV WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING, Contains the Latest Co'ocinl and Intercolonial Tek'jrmiijs, Cablu grains, Loca] and <i(iin;rnl Nows. *Wx bo£ to draw t-lio attention of our eonFtitwnts to llw 1nrm<? f Subscription under now management, winch eamo mU» i'ovc on th»21st Janunry, 1* 98, viz.: Per Annum, in advance ... ... X"i 0 0 Fer HnJf-year, in-advance **10 o Por Quaiier, in advance ... ... o 0 Por Quarter, if booked ... ... 0 6 G Single Copies O O 3 As the LJEEF.al is nn\r conducts! on broad principle-. and Uv> eirciilntion in daily increasing, wo can i(jeo?nnieud p .-ople to ifive it :i trial as an advertising iwdiun:. The terms for ordinary advorlisciiH'Qts are: Single Column : 8s. lor th-iifirst ineli, and Is. (Id. for each additional inch, each publit.uUun. Double Column AdviTtifceiiH'...

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THE ATTITUDE OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

THE ATTITUDE OF IRE COUNCIL. Tub notion of the Legislative Couucil on Weduesday evening in striking oat clause 2 of the Amending Electoral Act is regarded by the Government a& a very serious matter. The clause provided for a list of transferred electors being made ont after they bad lived three months in the second electorate. Ity this provision it was estimated that at least 4000 electors would be able to vote at the coming elections. The action of the Council has precluded these persons from voting. Other clauses of the measure will, it is believed, enfranchise some 10,000 electors. The Government will consider what steps they shall tako in view of the feeling displayed by the Council in the Mining on Private Lands Bill (No. 2) exempting enclosed and cultivated lands frupi the opera tion of the bill. It is not, we gather, the intention of the Government to reoom mit the bill to endeavour to rescind this motion. The Govern ment wish to pro ceed with the measure as rapidly a...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. Macquarie Brewery, Dubbo. I HAVE Ihia dav appointed Mr. A l'ENUELLY to REPRESENT ABOVE BBEWKRY AND COLLECT ALL AO COUNTS, sod liia receipt will be a sufficient discharge for the same. JOHN MoUALLUM. February Ctb, 1894. Tenders. TENDERS are invited for proposed ADDITIONS 10 THE DUBBO HOSPITAL, to be addressed to Mr. Gr. KITCHEN, not later than 2 p.m. MONDAY, ?1th June. Plans and Specifications may be seen with the undersigned. OHAS. GRACE, Architect, Darliug-ntruet, Dubbo. Lloyd's Registry Office FOB MALE AND FEMALE SERVANTS, Ckurch-st, Dubbo. EVERY Class of Servants supplied on a moment's notice. Servants engaped and sunt to any part of Now South Wales. Greatost care tuken in selection of employees. Special attention given to requirements of oountry clients. "WANTED, Cooks, Generals, Nursegirls, &c., to knoir that H. LLOYD is sending servants away hourly. If you want employment call in aod leave your address. W. B. WilMnson, The Seleoteii Labour Candiila^a, I...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

TJ/J: MAILS. ]UAI:,S CL'II-F. FOU Sydney, Bntliurat, Orange, etc-Daily nfc 4.15 p.m. Konrke. Nvn^ao, Nurrgmitio, etc-Daily Qt 7.45 a.m. GoonamUe. Gil^dndr*, etc - Tur-sdays, XhurKduVM wnd Saturdays*, at 9.HO a.oi. Cobbonth, Mil junuundy «vid Uji 1 Mmore "WcdiienV'V'-i fli-d Samrdays nt 9.'10 »i.m. TomingU'v mid lYak llill - Tm^darF, Thurpdays iind SMnrJays, nt8.45n.nu Oblcy, Belarbiiral and Minore-'Wednesdays and Saturday*, ut 9.30 a.m. Ponto and Terra Bo.lla. - Afondayn and Weduestlnye, at 9.30 u.m. Teonndra-Tuesdays und Friday®. 9.30 a.m. Malm ARE jDiiLivsj.ED rn- M - Sydnev, Orange, Baihunrf, etc-at 10 a.m. Bouck.\ Nvncan» K^rrcmin^, etc-fJaily at 5.33 p.mf Coona»nlilp, Giljr.uidra, uk-WeduesJaya, Fiiiiav.- and Ssiiuulayt, 4 p.m. Cobboruli. Afuriuti^iindy and BaPimore Monda}" 9 u.m , T< ur?:ii;yi% 4 p.m. Tom'Dirioy an*] IVi?k HiU - Mondays, Wtdi.eM'lays ami Fridiiy*. 4 p.m. OMey-vs Mm' THut<«ia>>, 4 p.m. I'cnto Tetr.v ISi.'lla- TntJMinysj und Saturday*...

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WARREN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

WARREN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 23. WARREN iS just about as dull now in the way of business as it has ever been; nothing seems to be moving. As this is the slackest month of the year, we are looking forward to some thing better later on. Since the American auctioneer, we have had nothing but politics to keep us awake. First, Mr. Mc'Donald, the labour candidate, favoured us with his views; then came Mr. Fisher, and lastly Mr. Loughnan. They all had good hearings, but the labour man seems to be first favourite in the bet ting market. The Bijou Dramatic Company played here to fair houses on Satur- day, Monday and Tuesday, and left to day for Bourke. To-night there is to be a grand masquerade ball, which promises to be a great success. To-morrow there is to be a cricket match, Married v. Single, but I do not anticipate any tall scoring, as they will be suffering from the effects of the ball. The show is drawing very dose now, and we are all looking very anxiously at the weathe...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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ELECTORS' RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 26 May 1894

ELECTORS' RIGHTS. THE 31st instant is the last day on which electors' rights can be obtained from the district registrars. Mr. W. J. Martin, J.P., registrar for the electoral district of Dubbo, has been instructed to give every facility to the electors to obtain their rights, and by his courtesy we are enabled to publish the following list of electors in the Dubbo division who have not yet applied for the documents entitling them to vote at the next general election:— Aitchison, James, Dubbo, shoemaker Allan, George William, Dubbo, coach- builder Andrews, Mathew, Dubbo, labourer Argyle, Harry, Dubbo, butcher Armstrong, William, Dubbo, labourer Ashworth, John Benhard, Dubbo, labourer Aundrick, George, Dubbo, dealer Ayers, Robert, Near Dubbo, labourer Baker, Joseph, Dubbo, labourer Balfour, John William, Dubbo, carter Ball, Arthur, Near Dubbo, labourer Banks, Charles, Minore, carpenter Barker, James, Dubbo, clerk Barry, Michael Gillies, Lonsdale, selector Barwick, James, Murrumbidgeri...

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THE CONDEMNED BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894

TEE CONDEMNED HUHGLARS. ONE of the moat sensational events which have occurred iu Darlinghurst gaol happened a few days ago in connection with the con demned man Williams. He has for some days been very cast down and dejected. It is a rute in the gaol not to allow condemned men to have knives or any sharp instrument. Their food is all cut up in pieces and given them in a tin dish, with a sposn to do duty for knife and fork. This custom was strictly adhered to in Williams's case, but the convict proved too dinning for his keepers. Taking the tin dish in which his food was placed, he managed to remove the I rim and secreted it in bis clothes. This was on Thursday or Friday. The warder on duty fancied he heard some scraping noise in the cell, and immediately went in. He then found that the tin rim of the hominy plate had been removed. Williams was instantly searched, and the remnant of the plate found on him. He candidly confessed that be contemplated suicide, and wonld have used the c...

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