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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
NOTES AND COMMENfM Tice action taken by the objecting to tho renewal of sanfl^| publicans' licenses at the coiirt heldi^/n^M .Tuesday on tho ground of insanitary |J conditions of back premises was! warmly commended by the magistrates ! on the bench, and the praise bestowed I by their worships will be endorsed by | all who are interested in the health of J the town. The ready compliance of the applicants with the demand of the authorities for strict cleanliness in the outhouses of licensed premises shows that they are ready to do all in their power to assist in making the town a model of sanitation, when the way is pointed out to them, and in eveiy case in which an objection was lodged the cause was at once removed. In this crusade against uncleanliness the police are seoonding the efforts of the Council, which has appointed a com mittee to deal with the question of house refuse. One or two of the aldermen on that committee have shown special interest in the subject, and a practical ...
THE GREATEST SILVER MINE IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
%2Eff GREATEST SILVER JfIHEIX THE WORLD, SVee since the managers of tlio IrOkon-hill Proprietor)' silver and load ino commenced to remove the high .luffs of manganese ironstone which Sorni the outcrop of the lode worked Mqr so many years, the weekly product 'Of the mine has gradually increased. From the normal weekly yield of about 160,000oz., the output advanced to 250,000oz. of silvor, with the proper-' tionato amount of lead. The directors (says the ARGUS) then considered it advisable, in order that the large number of shareholders in England and on the Continent might not be falsely led to hope that the return could be maintained, to publish the fact that the increase was caused by the removal, by the open-cut system, of the lode capping, which had proved richer than they had anticipated, but that such yields wore not likely to be continued for any length of time. The last week's return, however, was greater than they had anticipated. At the close of the half-year a clenning up ...
THE BASIS FOR WATER RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
THE BASIS FOR WATER RATES. Tuv. deputation which recently waited on the president of the Water Supply and Sewerage Board having failed to secure a change in the preceding year's municipal assessment aR the basis for the water and sewerage rate for the first half of the current year, the Woollahra Council is inviting the ! co-operatiou of metropolitan boroughs to get the rates based on the &lt; municipal rates for the same and not for the preceding year. At the Petersham Council meeting the other night, when the matter was considered, the Mayor expressed the opinion that the proposal did not go far enough. He thought that the ieiquity of charging a miuimam rate of 5s per allotment needed calling attention to. An alderman said that in no other part of the world were people charged for water which t.bey did not use. He moved that co operation be given in the matter, and that the point raised by the Mayor as to the 5s minimum be drawn attention to. The council-clerk pointed out ...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. Tin: Epsom Grand Prize was won liy Reminder, with SomproniuB second, and Furndale third. Desperate measures continue to bo resorted to by coahniners on striko in the United States. The strike at Cripple's Creek mine, Colorado, haa been renewed and tlio miners have occupied a fortified carap. Whilst tho police were preparing to attack them, the strikers at Peoria, State of Illinois! exploded a local powder magazine* They also fought non-unionists em ployed at the mines, killing two trad injuring many so seriously that their lives are despaired of. The strikers at M'Koe's Port, Pittsburg, mounted three pieces of cannon and command the railway line, whilst several thousand blockaded tho b'nes in Oliio. Six thousand men are terrorising tho neighbourhood of Pittsburg and des troying property. Sir Charles Tupper likens the attempt of tbe Imperial Government to impose duties on oolonial personalty to tbe tea episode in Boston harbour, which led to tbe declarat...
Municipal Endowments. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
Municipal Endowments. In the Assembly, a little after five o'clock, Mr. Fegan again moved the adjournment of the House to call at tention to tho necessity for further endowments to municipalities. Tho Premier stated that if the revenue continued to improve before the end of the year he would give endowments amounting to between fifty and sixty thousand pounds provided it did not increase the public debt. A debate followed, during which the Premier, in jest, said lie would vote for the adjournment, which was carried on the voices at a few minutes after nine, and amidst cries of *' Resign ! " and " (Send for Fegan." Tho followers of the Government were surprised at the turn affairs had taken, and some stated in plain terms that a blunder had been committed. The members of the Opposition, on tho other hand, seeuiod elated. The Ministers account for thoir action by saying there was no business to be done, and they there fore voted for tlio adjournment. Upon being questioned as to whetli...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
To Correapondentf. ATTBjraoif to the following roles may save a good deal of trouble or disappointment. With every communication moat be aent the same and address of the writer, not aeceanariljr for publication, bnt as a (faamutce of good frith; otherwise, no attention can be paid to the letter. Rejected communications will not be returned. The writers ahoald keep drafts or .opiai. We claim the right to excise anything which we deem objectionable from letters; and correspondents who deoline to aocede to Ibat OOOTM can say to when they send tbeir Otters. Shoold we find correction necostary, under these ciroumstances the letters will not ka published in the LBBBAL. Condensation, and avoidanoe of offensive personalities, ate two things wbioh we ppesially commend to tho notice of corres pondents, if they wish to be certain that the communications will be accepted by u».
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
CATARRH, HAY FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS A Nisv HOMK Tbeatmknt. SuFPKRKiis are not generally aw»w that these diseases nro contiijriou^, or lh«t they are due to the pnmmce of living parnxites in the litiiQf? mcnibrane of the ri«i&lt;a#» and euntachinu tubes. Microscopic research, however, lias crowed this to bo a fiut, ami tho result is that a simple ruincdy )t;is been formulated whereby these distressingdigeusca arc rapidly and permanently cured by a few simple applications made at home ;»y the psiti'Tt oncc in two wiM.'Jis. A pnraphirt ^plaining this new trentmcnt is *cnl on receipt of 2^1 ptaJnp by A. J>ixo.V. 43 and 4X !Ta?t Bloor St. TORONTO, Canada TO THE DEAF.-A Givntlp-iuttfi wlin cured hiniB«»lf of ])i>afm»5& :m»l >^ifspp in the Head, after fourteen yourf* sufi'vinir. will crladly spnd full particular.* of th" re»f-"iy j»»>: i tivr. mj:i?j;i:irr CIvJJTOX \ I'cujy 3f*, Virtoriu strout, WoFiminster, LONDON S.AV iersh s v fS| " (TlrS ^ 1 J1 D 5 IS THE ...
A Victim to Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
A Victim to Football A wire from Melliourao says : Albert Watson, a leading member of the Warragul football toam, playing in the ruck against the Btinyip football team, jumped for the hall and was struck in the side by the knee of another player. lie fell forward on his face, another player falling' on top of him. He was taken to a hotel and removed home. lie sppeared to improve, but took a turn on Monday for the worse and died in a feiv minutes.
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
TJU-: MAILS, MAILS CLU.-E ror. Sydney. Bnthurst, Oraup-, etc-Daily at. .J.lo p.:n. Bourke, Nvngan, Nuromine, etc- Daily at 7.40 a.m. j Coonatnble. Giltjondra, etc - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, fit a.m. j Cobborah, Murrunjiundy Hud Baltimore "Wednesdays and .Saturdays at fl.UO n.ni. i Totniogley and Teak Hill - Tuesdays, Thursdays and ?>nturdayp, at S.45 a.m. Obley, Belnrbi^ai and Minorc-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Ponto and Terra Bell* - Mondays and Wednesdays, atjD.30 a.m. Tenandnt-Tuesdays and Friday?. 0,30 a.m. , Mails ARE Delivered from- I Sydney, Orange, Batharst, etc-Deify at 10 a.m. I Bourke, Xyngan, Narromine, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. Coonnnble, Giljrandra, etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Cobborab, Muuungundy and Balliinore Mondays 9 h.id., Ttursdays, 4 p.m. Tourniiley ami Peak Hill - Monday?, WnJte^dars and Friday*, 4 p.m. Obley-Mondays and Thursdays 4 p.m. i'onto and Terra Bella -- Tuesdays and Saturday?. 4 p.m. | Tfinamirft-Monday?and Thur...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
jDpfo ? i .,. : transactions ; -I want the money : fair'repairing those clocks and wUl give you till Wednesday to pay it;" I did Dot authorise him to pay any money away; did not authorise biui to receive goods in payment for work done ; ho drew 1 la from the cash in til i last week ; the total amount of the account for repairs done for Mr. Brown is £4 Is; £1 7s I have kept back, wages duo to accused on April 21, leaving £2 14B; the book produoed is tho account kept by defendant of work done ; no prices are entered ; no mention is made of work done for Mr. Brown. To Mr. M'Guinn : I claim .£2 14a from the defendant-balance of the £4 Is, price of the repairs for Mr. J. 6. Brown, less £1 7s due to the defendant for wages ; defendant never mentioned to uie that he had done work for J. G. Brown ; I did not say I would make it hot far defendant if he did not leave Dubbo; I was not aware that he had a shop in Cburch-Btreet; he repaired Mr. Brown's clocks at iny shop. WEDNESDAY, JUNK C. Tho ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
AUSTRALIA'S NATIONAL RESTORATIVE. CLEMENTS' TONIC RESTORES VIGOUR, HEALTH, AND VITALITY OF YOUTH. CURES WEAKNESS, LASSITUDE, DEBILITY, INDIGESTION, PROMPTLY AND PERMANENTLY. REWARD OF IMITATIONS. Mr. R. Roberts, Stockyard Creek, Wollombi, N.S.W., who writes on July 24, 1893 :-I had a daughter come from Narrabri, who bad been tsn weeks in bed with typhoid fever, glio came duwn for a change but could ncarcely walk about. I told her about Clements' Tonic, and she tried it, and before she had taken it for a few days she began to get strong again. One bottle did ber a world of Kood, and at the end of a foitoight., the was quite restored to good health and strength. You can publish this if yon like; I will recommend Clements' Tanio to all My friends.-R. Roberts, .Stock - yard Creek, Wollouibi, N.S. W,
WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
WYALOXO. A DISCOVERY of good gold-bearing stono was reported oil Tuesdnj-, south east of tho Wvalong township. Nield and Phelps are -working on a 4ft reef reef in the same locality, and they hnvo gold in the stone, though it is not rich. One shaft is down 36ft. They are now starting on a shaft to cut the reef 100ft, Should the stono prove payable, there is plenty of it, claims on both tlio north and tho south side having found the same reef, and equally large, carrying a little gold. The wet weather apparently has set in, and milling operations aro retarded. The contractor for carting stone from the White Beef to the local battery is getting 2s 3d per ton. For carting to Barmodman the people had to pay 15s. The saving on this item alone moans a large sum where stone is taken from big reefs. Lynch and party, north-east of Gorman's, are raising splendid stone. Other claims in the name locality are also beginning to get good stone at depths from 60ft to 140ft. Gorman's are getting up a...
AQUA TOFANA [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894
AQUA TOFAtfA Wm « deadly poison. m»Jf and «old by & woman called Tofiuia in Italy, during the seventeenth century. She sold this poison in little flat vials, carrying ou the practice lor over (iftv yean bolor* «Iir was dii covered. Thousands of person* were poisoned by menus of this dreadful drug. The sale of poison is u»w prohibited by law, eicept under certain wise and precau tionary safeguards. It is a pity tliat the sate of adulterated liquors is not in the same way prohibited, for they aro little less than slow poison. Adulterated cheap gin Is often pat into empty Wolfe's Schuapps bottles, and sold as pure. For tiiij reason it is belter to bay whole bottles in aabroken wrappers, and, cftcr use, to bretik the bottles or deface the labels, borne ©I tlie adulterated liquors sold in country towns are nearly as fatal in tho long ran, if constantly drank, as Aqtii Tofano. MrLiTABV.- The annual musketry course of the local volunteer company lias commenced, and will be conclude...