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MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
MUSICAL JSXA3UXATIOX.S. Tiie Trinity College, London, having granted a local centre to l)ubbu, for the town and Burrounding districts, an examination in musical knowledge will take placo in the Town Hall (kindly granted for the purpose by his Worship the Mayor), on Saturday next, June 9, commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. The total number of candidates entered for the examination is 29, viz., 4 for both honours and pass section junior division, 21 for pass section junior division, 2 for honours, junior division, and 2 for pass section, inter mediate division. The members are made up as follows:-21 Dubbo can didates, 5 from Wellington, 3 from Bourke, The examination papers will bo oponod in tho presence of the candidates and distributed by the com mittee. On completion, tho papers will be sealod in their presence and sent to London, when the results will j be sent out by tho College authorities, i and will probably roach hero in Seji 1 teinber next.
Insuring Anarchists. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
Insuring Anarchists FROM France we learn that the anarchists over there have made £8000 for their highly disorderly order out of an insurance effected upon the life of Vaillant, who left his head on the wrong end of a guillotine blade the other day, and it is also stated that the lives of other active members of the bomb-pelting brother hood arc heavily insured as well This may be looked upon as betting for safety, or " hedging," on the part of the insuranco officers, for even an anarchist would have more common sense than to wreck the establishment from which he expected to draw the money necessary to spread his doc trine, and, as in Bourdon's case, to "spread" himself as well. The knowledge that all the leading anarchists are heavily insured by the order is not very pleasant for those worthies, however, because it must fill them ivith a horrid misgiving that in the event of the order running short of funds it may convert one of them into a bill for £8000 payable iu 30 days, by han...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
CATARRH, II AY FEVER, CATARRH AX DEAFNESS A New HOME TP.eitmh*tt. Soffkbbm are not generally aware that these diseases aTe contaeiouf, or that they are due to the prewuee of living parasites in the lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes. Mioroseopic research, however,, has Droved this to be a fact, and the result'-' is that a simple remedy has been formulated whotoby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cured by u few simple applications made at homo by the patient once in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining this new treatment is sent on receipt of 2&d stamp by A. liuirow DIXON, 43 and 45 East Rloor St. TORONTO, Canada > &lt;\ Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class PIANOS :E»X£USTOJS By Stein way and Sons, Krurd and Co., JuliuB Feuriob, Uebcl and Lechltiter, Carl Eclto Gors and Kallmann, tbe "Victor," the " Rclling," &s. Aim have H lar^o and selec Htook of all other well-known makers, such as Collard, Kirkmfinn, Lipp, &e...
Consultation Winners. STAR'S CONSULTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
Consultation Winners STAII'S CONSULTATION. STAR'S Consultation on Birthday Cupi 10,000 subscribers at 2s 6d each, closed with 10,000 subscribers. First prize, 2210, W. H. Enright, Parramatta road, Sydney, New Soutli Wales, £450. Second prize, 93, H, Cosgrove, Elizabeth et.reet, Redfern, Sydney, New South Wales, £180. Third prize, 5494, H. Connons, Ipswich, Queensland, £90. 10,000 subscribers at Is each closed with 9,960 subscribers. First, 4031, Miss K. Prattan, care of Mrs. Walker, Paddiugton, Bris bane, £112 6s lOd. Secoud, 525, U. Burke, Croydon, Queensland, £80 12s 10d. Third, 3,478, D. Duuoan, Queen street, Brisbane, £53 12s 10J. The above amounts arc net. We, the undersigned, hereby certify the above consultations were checked and drawn by us. (Signed). A. H. FRENCH, Brisbane. MARK MAIX, Sand gate. J. B. COPLAND, A U.S.N". Company! Brisbane. B. M'CRYSTAL, Brisbane. HUSKY SMII'H, Fortitude Valley, Scrutineers.
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
Xo OnrrMpondenH. ATTENTION to tbe following rules may save a goad deal of trouble or disappointment. With every communication must be sent ihe name and address of tbe writer, not *ece warily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith ; otherwise, no attention can be "paid to iba letter. Bejeeted communications will not be returned. Tbe writers should keep drafts or espies. We olniin the right to exciso anything which we deem objectionable from letters; and correspondents who deoline to accede to that oaurae can say »o when they send their letters. Should we find correction neeesiary, auder these uiroumstances the letters will not ba published in the Iiromt. Condensation, and avoidanoe of offensive personalities, ate two things which we specially commend to the nonce of corres pondents, if they wish to be certain that the communications will be accepted by us.
THE DDBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Wednesday, June 6, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
THE DDBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Wednesday, June 0,1MU4. THAT a letter dealing with the export of frozen meat should appear in the S. Mt HERALD over the signature " Mort,'' a name so honourably associated with the early history of the frozen meat trade, was sufficient to secure its being eagerly read by all interested in the industry which is expected to bring prosperity once more to this colony. Mr. LAIDLEV S, MORT wrote to point out a diffi culty that exists in getting sufficient freight space for frozen meat, thus curtailing the output of a company now engaged in the trade, If this difficulty occurs at the outset, it might ?well be asked how the enormous increase in the quantity of frozen meat that will be available for export when the now Graziers Company and the inland chilling works are in full operation will be provided for. But the diffi culty is no sooner indicated than a solution is found. A well known firm announces that if any substantial concern is pre pared to...
HONOR AND THE MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
KOXORAXn THE MEAT TRADE. Tuis Agent-General for this colony, Sir Saul Samuel, has cabled to (he Government requesting them to cor rect the statement made by Lord liopetoun iu opening the Victorian Parliament, that Mr. Reid, Minister for Defence iu tbc sister colony, liad " paved the way for important un dertakings connected with the car riage of our .surplus produce and with its disposal in the various countries of the world," aud that " proposals arising out of ibe negotiations aro also being considered by the Imperial Government for the establishment at Malta, Gibraltar, and other Im perial stations of depots for the stor age of 1'ruzou meat for the use of the naval aud military forces of the Empire." Sir Saul Samuel re fers Ins Government to corres pondence aud reports of a depu tation to the War OUice, iu which he, Mr. Geddes, and Air. Cox, Sl.L.C., were concerned, and adds thai a letter from liiin, dated June 22 last, shows tliat the question of establishing frozen meat depots ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
no very distant date the locality will have resumed its wonted brilliancy as « great centra of industry and thrift", .and at the same time be based on a "far more stable foundation than. in former years. Tha recent develop ment of the gold-mining industry .will bo, to a large extent, responsible for this desirable change. Of lato a number of payable reefs have been opened up, and recent crushings show tnat many of them are vastly superior to what they were believed to be in past years. 0£ course tho price of copper iu former times caused such a circulation of money that, for the time being, gold-bearing reefs were allowed to stand idle, or, in other words, force of circumstances did not insist upon the development of other than copper -unless, of course, in isolated cases. The sudden fall iu the value of copper has, therefore, been of much service to the district, although, unfortu nately, it pressed heavily upon those who gained their livelihood by its production and sale, and at t...
GILGANDRA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 June 1894
GILGAXDItA. (PllOM Ol'R OWX COKGESI'ONUEN'T.) Juno 2. Our progress committee have boon Lard at work lately, and tlioir petition to a paternal government lias been so far successful, that tonders are to be shortly called for clearing' a portion of the road from Gilgandra to (Jollie, and corduroy the Cobbora Bands and the Balladoran lime; they -will shortly cause the cemetery to be fenced in also. Wo are much in want of a doctor and a bank here, and I think both would do well. Smith and party, who are out pros pecting, have at a depth of 80 foot came upon a cretacoous formation, coal-bearing, the name as was gone through at 1200 feet in the artesian bore at Coonamble, thus proving a likely supply of water, should the Government aeccdo to the progress committee's request to have a bore put down. Mr. Czarintzsky, of the Works Department, has been here to inspect, and we are anxiously waiting to hear the result of his report. A meeting was hold recently at the Bridge Hotel re the buildin...