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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. A Fionr lias boon armuged to take | place in Loudon between l'eter Jackson and Corbett for a purse of 3000sovs. The Coolie strike at Port Said has ended. The French Government has insti tuted proceedings against the directors of the Chicago World's Fair, for the recovery of £200,000 as the value of the art exhibits damaged by the late fire in the exhibition. The Czar has issued a ukase de priviug governors and ministers of power of appointing or dismissing civil servants in Russia, which is re vested in the Czar. Owing to widespread mistrust in Bussia the Czar is reverting to the system in operation during the reign of Nicholas I.
EACH MAN'S SHARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
EACH MAX'S SHARE. IN* "The "Wealth of New South Wales," by A. Frasor Hill, just published by the Central Press Agency, the follow ing occurs: " If all the freehold land and all the prirate wealth of New South WaleB were equally divided among all the men, each man's portion for many generations vet to come, might be something like the following, viz.: 125 Acres Freehold Lnnd. worth ... £500 House and Improvements ... ... 300 Live Stock and Person il Effects ... 200 Say £1000 And in addition to this he would be entitled to lease 400 acres of pastoral Crown lands for £4 per annum."
NYNGAN. (FROM THE ADVOCATE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
nrXGAN. (Fnojr THE ADVOCATE.) SINCE the blocks of land recently thrown open around Nyngan have been disposed of, quite a number of nice little homesteads have sprung up into existence. This locality in the near future promises to bo a veiy thriving one. On the Macquario River, below Hoot Hog, Brooke, Howe, and party, while sluicing dirt from their claim, found a diamond and a email ruby. A preliminary meeting for the pur pose of forming a Volunteer Fire Brigade was held at Mr. Leighton's hotel on Monday night last, when it was resolved that a committee of four canvass the town for the purpose of ascertaining die support that would be given by the townspeople. with a serious accident at lloneybugle Station a few days ago. Ho was engaged attending to a liorse when, the animal lashed out and broke Hamond'a leg. Ho was brought into Nyngan, and Dr. Jermyn has him in hand. ! A new industry is being opened up! in the Nyngan district, that of col lecting "Needle-wood," for which an active m...
TUESDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
TUESDAY, MAY 29. Application to Substitute Improvements. 11 A Do'lisou, granted Permission to Erect Ring Fencj. James Birch, William Birch, (reurge Biroh, adjourned to next Court Permission (o Encloso Roads. Norman Barry, adjourned to next Court Executors oi the late Andrew Crockett, granted Edward O'Dwyer, granted Tliomas Cahill, granted William Sullivan, granted James Nott, granted Application for Extension of Time. Richard Williams, granted Oliver Williams, granted Inquiry. Andrew Lourie, satisfactory Alexander Clarke, satisfactory Inquiry under Section 36, Act of 1884. George Coualt, certificate to issue Sampson Pa«coe, certificate to issue T T Cahill, certificate to issue George Campbell, cortifioate to issue A J S Bank, certificate to issae Improvement Purchase. John ilorris, granted, £25 the lot Claim for Fencing. Kelly v. Guscoiirne, allowed £13 9a 4d Lugue v. Gascoigne, allowed £17 10s Certificate of Conformity. John Quarman, granted Edward H'Goincss, granted A few eases we...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
*o CJorrfwpondeB*#. Arroinowio the following *ulea*nay save a. food 4«*l-ftf .trouble ofcdlaappointitoeDt. .With ewV communication must be aent .benameaud address ofthe writer, not .eoeiwanly forpnblieation, bat sa aguarnnteo of good faith ; otherwise, no attention can be ,|>»W Wthe letter. Bsjectod mmmatnositioDs will mot Uo returned. The writers should keep drafts or oppiea. vWe &lt;elalm the right to exekie .anything whiohweileetn objectionable from letters; *nd correspondents who decline to accede to tbatoourae nan nay so when they send their letters, flbouldwefind correction necessary, under tbeee circumstances tbe letters mil not be(published in the Xitbbbm.. CSondencatjon, -and avoidanoeof offensive peraounlitiee, ate two things wbieh we epsaially commend to tbe notioe of oorres ?pondenta, if thny wish to be certain that ihe eotmnumcationB will be accepted by u«.
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND WACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, May 30, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND WACQUARIE ADVOCATE. WodBwilaj't May 30, l!$94> EXAJIPLH is better than pre cept, and the Council of the Churches, in taking up arms against the all-pervading spirit of gambling, -wisely begins by attacking that form of the evil which comes more immediately within its own domain, There 18 little doubt that lottery and bazaar raffles, methods so frequently resorted to for rais ing funds to carry on work in connection with the churches are ar.ything but good training for t!IE young people wh« take PART in them, and who, invited as iliey are to gamble 4&lt; for the good of the cause," naturally think that there can be no harm in the excitement of a DRAW for a cushion or some such article. But the inducement to venture a little further, especially if the first pluqge results in a win, is very strong, and as the Council's appeal says, " it will be impos sible to establish a difference between A raffle at a church BAZAAR and a sweep at a race course,"1 To b...
DUBBO LAND BOARD. [Before W. C. Cardew, Esq., J.P. (Chairman), D. Bell, Esq., J.P., and D. Soane, Esq., J. P.] MONDAY, MAY 28. Pretiminary Investigation. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
J) US BO LAND BOARD. [Before W. C. Cardew, Esq., J.P. (Chair man), D. Boll, Esq., J.I'., aud D. Soane, Esq., J. 1'. ] MONDAY, HAY 23. Preiimiuiirv lnveatiniition. Eicbard Hart, juu.t o p uud cl; appli cation tu withdraw granted Rubeit Patrick Hart, c p and o 1 ; application tu withdraw granted f Samuel J. Lynch, o p and c 1 ; disallowed Thomas Sullivau, c p and c 1 ; survey directed Thomas Soott, o p; adjourned to next Court Robert Soott, c p and o I; adjourned to next Court Kobfrt Patterson, c p ; disallowed by request Edmond Marchant, c p and c 1; surrey directed Confirmation and Bent. Wetbelia Brandt, o p; confirmed, rent 2d per acre Francis H. .Cornish, c 1; confirmed, rent lfd per acre Thomas M'Keobnie, c p and o 1; confirmed, rent 2d per acre William J. Bowen, c p; confirmed Edwatd Spenoo, c p ; ooufirmed Annual Leasee, Edwin Newbold Blacket, tbreo allowed rent ljd per acre: one dUxllowod Roderick Smith, disallowed Desmond Jaokson, adjourned F. G. Gibbs, two disallowed Michael...
The Mining Camp's Piano. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
The Mining Camtfs Piano IT was Christmas? Eve in a California mining town in 1858, and Goskin, ac cording to his custom, had decorated bis gambling-house with sprigs of mountain cedar, and a shrub whose crimson berries did not seem a bad imitation of English bolly. Tfcc piano was covered with evergreens, and all that was wanting to com pletely fill the cup of Goskin's con tentment was a man to play that piano. " Cbrisfcmns night and no piano pounder," he snid. "This is a nice country for a Christian to lire in." Getting a piece of paper lie ecrawled the words 100 DorxMis Reward To A COMPITAKT PtANER Pl&YER. This he stuck on the music rack, 'and, tliougb the inscription glared at the frequenters of tlie room until j midnight, ib failed to draw any ] musician from his shell. I So the meiry-tnaking went on; the Tiilarity grew apace. Men danced -and sang to the music of the squeaky fiddle and worn-out 'guitar as the ]olly crowd within tried to drown the howling of the storm with...
FROZEN MEAT TRADE. RECENT RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
FROZEN MEAT TRADE. RECENT RETUESS. J. H. Geddus Hud Co., the Pastoral Finanoe Association, Limited, Sydney, report being just ill receipt of the following satisfactory a shipment of 5PG9 frozun by tliem per s.s. Port 1'iric: - llriud. 8-77 450.. 50.. 702.. 1039.. 1983.. 965.. 778.. The abuve returns are uett to owners for the blue carcases in Sydney, The proceeds of by-products more than paying railage to seaport. Kirrifcilli/7 Kirri()illi/4/Bon&lt;]ii 'Koruibury/Riveriua ! Yaneo/D/RiveriQa iGoree/Riveriua lYarrabee 13K. /Riverina. jYeunir'Ij/MIj E's It II lbs. , 8. d. 51*88.7 7 4*2 &lt;*2'3SG 47 2SS o0'7i;7 44 05 5 10*93 10*43 44*1*26 ?o-60!6
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
TJIJS MAILS. MAILS CIA»E FOE Sydney, -fHthurst, Orange, etc-Dnily at 4.15 p.m. Bourke, NyDgan, Nurromine, etc- Daily at 7.4!) a.ru. Coonanible. Gilgandra, eto - Tupsdnys, Ihureduy* and Saturday?, nt 9.30 a.m. Cobbor«h, Murrun»>undy and Bnllimore 'Wcdnetdayg and Sulurdsys, ot 9.SO a.m. Tomingley and Peak Hill - Tu»*dav«, Thursdays and Saturdays, nt 8.4.5 H.m. Obler, Belarbiffai and Minore-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Pouto and Terra BclU - Mondays end Wednesdays, at B.30 a.m. Tonandra-Tuesdays and Fridays. 9.30 a.m. Mill.8 ABE DgLlVEBBD FKuH Sydney, Orange, B&thurst, eto-Daily at 10 a.m. Bourke, Nyngan, Jfarromine, etc-Daily at fi.30 p.m. Coonimble, Gilgandri, etc-Wednesdays, Friday* and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Cobborab, Marrnngundy and Baltimore Mondays 9 a.m., Tirursdnys, 4 p.m. Tomnuley and Peak Hill - Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday", 4 p.m. Obley-Alonduyg and Thursdays, 4 p.m. Ponto and Terra iiella - Tuesdays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Teoandra-Mondays aoil Thursdays, ...
[?] [?] POST AND COUNTRY [?] [?] [?]SPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
L.-., -. "fared bad "the rsi&OM in supply goods ttioffiWar msh? SH» poor settler is on the storekeeper's back, and cannot «asiiy gat rid of lus load. It is not the settler, but the storekeeper wlio has gono down, with his crushing burden of bad debts and extended credit. Yet, since tho parcels post r-nwo into operation, customers whose accounts witli tho local storekeeper are unpaid for six months or more, have remitted ready money to Sydney and bought goods there, leaving the local man to wait. As to the statement that country storekeepers are generally Js.P., they number only some 100 or so, while tho storekeepers number over 4000; while, in the matter of prices, , tho high railway freightage and carriers' charges make the _ di (Terence between up-country ami city prices, the disparity being also largely ac counted for by the fact that the former aro based often on long credit, fre quently resulting iu bad debts, and the latter oil ready cash and no credit. | l'ut tho coun...
ALCHEMY. THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
ALCHEMY. THE PBIMJSUPUeaS STOKE. Alchemy was the forerunner of chemistry, Us chief objects being the discovery of the philosopher's stone, which was supposed to turn base metals into gold. The philoso pher's stone has not been discovered, but the laws of chemistry and distillation have pro duced in this country an Elixir of Lifa which promises health and long life to all who use it with discretion. 4Volfe'a Schnapps is the combined result of patient research and technical knowledge, it is a boon, alike to men, women and children. It is necessary liowerer to be aware of imitations asa better to buy whole botUcs, which some times conceal gold, in the i&ape of £1 plaeo4 inside the labels.
MITCHELL'S CREEK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) May 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 May 1894
MITCHELL'S CREEK. (FliOM Otm OWS ConRESrONDENT.) May 28. HpisT week splendid rain foil, some 41 holies being registered. Tho fall was M&Jy welcome to the farmers, as some pad to knock off ploughing on account fpi ;tjie dryness of the ground, but "ploughing and sowing has been resumed in all cases. The young wheat looks first class. The weather is now fine with cold nights. With regard to the gold at Barbigal, I, some years ago, pointed out the auriferous nature of the country between hero and Dubbo. Prom I prospects washed years ago, I feel positive one of the best goldfields in the colony is situated hero, only capital and labour being required to develop it. The 24th was quite a gala day at Daviosvillo-sports, etc., in aid of the local accident fund and the Wellington Hospital. The results were as fol lows : - Maiden Plate, Cooper 1 ; Daviosvillo handicap (horse race), Manning's Belle's dam 1. The Miner's handicap was won by Driscoll, after a dead heat with Kelly. Miner's ...