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The Home Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

The Home Garden. '' HAVE a bed of onions" is good advice. Everyone who has a garden should have them. The onion has been treated with less attention than it deserves. It may truly be called " the fatnily physician," for the free use of onions keeps disease away. In every family where there arc small children, or .' children of a larger growth," onions should be served every week. They keep the system free from humours, and are a tonic to the nerves. It is said that onions cure insomnia; bat few farmers need to raise them for that purpose, work in the outdoor air being in itself a preventative of that curse of city life. There is but one thing against the oniou, and many in its favour, and the farmer or grower of vegetables oa a small scale should have a bed of this health-preserver amoug his aasort ' motiti.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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A Cure for Diphtheria. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

A Cure for Diphtheria IN (ho "Normandie Medicale "of Rouen there is, .saya the Melbourne AGE, an interesting account of a new, and so far successful, treatment of diphtheria. It, appears (hat in a village of Minilla, Champ d'Aisel, about nine miles from Rouen, 11 malignant, type of the dis ease broke oat last year. The country doctor treated the case in the usual way, but the deaths were numerous. Remembering, as he says, that the linglish use petroleum as aa antiseptic and anti-spasmodic, lie determined to try it as an experiment. His first was on a girl of seven yccrs old. He liad already given' her up, and proposed to the parents to make an experiment which consisted of swabbing the throat with common petroleum. He hid little hope in his new method, but, to his astonishment, he noticed an improvement after the very first application. lie continued the treatment aud. the child recovered. He then tried it with his other patients with good results. This year he had forty cases of di...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Sheep as Carriers. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

kheep as Carriers I» the northern part of India sheep arc made bo serve as beasts of burden . The mountain tracks among the hills of the Himalayas are so pre cipitous that the sheep, more sure footed than larger beasts, are used as burden carriers. The load is from 16lbs. to 201bs. The sheep are driven from villdge to village, with the wool still growing, and at each town the owner shears as much wool as he can sell there aud loads the sheep with grain, which he receives in exchange. After his flock has been sheared, he | turns them homeward, cach sheep I having on its hack a small bag con taining the purchased grain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

W. H. PALING & CO., LTD. Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class BV Steinway nnd Sons, Erard aud Co., Julius Feurieh, Ucbel and Leehleiter, Carl Ecko Ubrs and Knllmuun, the " Victor," the " Belling1," Sc. Also have a large und iscleo BtotiU of nil other "fell-known makers, suoh as Collard, Kirkmnnn, Lipp, to., &c. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Made upon honour, sold upon merit, known the world over. Tho hett aud cheapest. .Over a quarter of a million already sold. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The beet for tope, tune, and durability. Have ju eivui 1 ijt-t Fifoo ni oil KxJ.il in' W. H. PALING- aud Co.. Limited, guarantee all tiieir instrumen fp. Their principle* hn been to nupply only thoroughly reliable instrument?, nd thoy have now the larges Piano and Music business in Austrulin. The frtcWing qualities of thpir Pianos hn been abundantly proved by long «nd varied experience in these colonies. Thur large tyaei nefiK ana ample resources onablo them to pecuro the...

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Red Tape. (PEAK HILL TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

Red Tape (PEAK HILL TIMES.) A srLKXSiD example of the mode of conducting busings by the (J-overnment Departments by the woll-ustablishcd method known as "red tape,'' is wetf displayed in connectiou with, the final steps that, arc requisite to complete the formation ol a Municipal Council {or Peak Hill. Months have already been wasted, and to all appearances years will elapse before Peak Hill Municipality will bo (XAXCITHD. Tlio Progress Committeo have pretty welj exhausted all their means to pres8 matters forward, their representations of late buing uot considered worthy of even a formal acknowledgement, 'i'lio only b-top now left to bo taken is to hold an indignation meeting and pass resolutions that will be presented by some member of the House whoso influence is powerful enough to stir up the chronic stagnation of the Depart ment, as evidently our present members cannot or will not do it. Another very important matter is one in wbicli all these who are interested iu the futuro we...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

ANYTHIN G>1 Dai I y I ncreasing. THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, PUBLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING, Contains the Latest Colonial and Intercolonial Tele^nuup, Cable grains, Locnl and Ocrteral Nows. V)C|X to draw the attention of our constituents to iho terms of Subscription under lb" npw uianajreiwunt. which emne into forcv 011 tlio 1st January, 3^ 98, viz.: Per Allium), in advance £1 0 0 Fi*r Half-year, in advance ... ... <' 10 o Per Quarter, in advance ... ... o r» C, Per Quarter, if booked <> fi SingleCopies ... ... ... ... <* O 'i As tlir» Liberal is now conducted 011 brond principles. find fho circulation is daily increasing, we ean recommend business people t<o givn il; atrial as an adveitisin^ medium. The terms for ordinary advertisements nre : Single Column : Us. for the first inch, and le- 0*1. for each additional inch, each publication. Double Column Advertisements : <!;«. f«»v the iirst inch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

And fortnightiy ttiere&tter. 'Calling at Aden instead of Colombo. PASSAGE MONMT-Saloon, £60, £70. Second, £35, £37, £40. Third, £10 Ifis to £21. Return Tickets, £05, £10), £116. SALOON PASSENGERS allowed to break their journey. facilities arc afforded for bringing out friends and relatives from London by tbe prepayment of passage money. Round the World Tickets by any route. Western Australia Passengers booked in all classes. MANAGERS: P. GREEN and CO., and ANDERSON, ANDERSON and CO., FencUurch-avenue, 1/ondon, E C. fall particulars on application to DAVID ANDERSON, General Manager in Australia. . 43, Pitt-street. ESSAGERIES MAKITIMES. ME SYDNEY TO LONDON, Via Paris. Steamers of 0000 tone, under postal con tract with the French Government, calling at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, MAHE, ADEN, SUEZ, and PORT SAID, will Vk despatched monthly as follows : fcOIjWESIEX L Boubud' June£7 Juuo 30jJuly 2 I AHMAXD BE I HIO i PoydraotlJaly 27, Passengers booked to BOMBAY, ItlC UNION, MAUR...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, June 9, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND JflACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Matnrda.T, Joof l>, 1194. THE news that, the erection of the chilling works of the Dubbo Refrigerating and boiling Down Company, Limited, will shortly be commenced will be wel comed by all who have the interest of the town and district at heart. At a full meeting of the directors, held this week, it was unanimously determined to proceed at once with the erection of a chilling plant capable of treating one thousand sheep per day, or a propor tionaite number of cattle, and Messrs- Wildridge and Sinclair, the company's consulting en gineers, have been instructed to order a Linde Refrigerator of the necessary capacity No time will be lost in getting to work, and it is expected that the com pany will be in a position to commence chilling operations by the 1st of November next. The advantages of this extension of the operations of the company will make themselves felt from the very commencement-first by the employment of labour in erecting th...

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Tenacity. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

Tenacity. A story of a child's precocity and tenacity of purpose is contained in a Vienna polico report lately issued. A woman ent:ced tho little five-year-old Adele Kretschmav into a passage, and before the child recovered from her surprise, took her golden enrringF. Tho usual tliiag for robbed children to do is to run run homo crying, and the culprit is never detected. But little Adt'le followed tho thief for about nix Lours and a half, nevc!r leaving her, and begging for her earrings continually. At last a policeman noticed ilio Guild's strange attitudes and tho wommn's efforts to git rid of her, nnd this led to the discovery of the thefl. Adt'le's mother had sent her for some sal^ and the little nsito stayed out six hours and a half to recover her stolen property.

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[?]HER OF AN TACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

manslaughter of Mary April 17j 1891, by adminis i^ln^bfier a noxious drug. Mr. J. Meillon irnemited on behalf of the Crown. Mr. 'fiebert Booth, solioitor, of Dubbo, defended the aroused, who pleaded not guilty. Evidence was given by Eighteen Anlezark, Mignonette Anlezark, Hose O'Brien, William Hamlet (Government Analyist), Dr. Sides, Dr. Norman, and Clifton Anlezark. It will be remembered that Mrs. Anlezark was a patient of Ah Tack, the Chinese doctor, and that on the 27th April last she died very suddenly after having taken a dose of medicine prescribed Dy him. The medioal witnesses were treated to a severe cross-examination by Mr. Booth, mainly with the one object of proving that Mrs. Aulezark's death occurred from natural oauees, or that the abnormally large dose of colchicine, veratriue. and morpbine had been administered by mistake. After the case for the Crown concluded, Mr. Booth did not call evidence on behaif of the accused, but addressed the jury at con siderable length, a...

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THE SELECTION OF FREETRADE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

THE SELECTION OF FREETRADE CANDIDATES. THE Freetrade and Laud Reform Electoral Committee have formu lated, in circular form, proposals for the selection by exhaustive Ballot of a candidate to ruu in their interest in etch electorate. The main principle kept in view in framing the suggegtious is the avoidance of all invidious external interference, the matter being left to the control and decision of the local bodies. It is proposed that the candidates espous ing the cause of freetrade shall appoint a returning officer, and that each candidate shall furnish this gentleman with a complete list of his declared supporters, these meaning the electors who, he believes, intend to vote for him. The declared sup porters are to be furnished with ballot papers containing the names of the candidates. Voting may be by post. In case a candidate fails to obtain an absolute majority on the first ballot, the name of the candidate lowest on the list of voting shall be omitted, and the process repeate...

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FREETRADE PARTY GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

FREETRALF. 1'ARTT GATHERING. THE picnic to Mr. (i. H. Keid, tendered by the Opposition members of Parlia ment to their leader, can hi off at IJio National J.'.irk on Thursday, and proved a groat success. Ail the members of the party, with two ex ceptions, were present or accounted for, and the utmost unity of purpose was evidenced by those who assembled to do honour to their chief. The luncheon was provided in the National l'ark Accommodation llouso, Mr. M'Milian presiding. The toast, list was short and practical, comprising only "The Queen," " Our truest, Mr. (i. H. lieid," and "The Chairman." lu proposing "Our Guest," Mr. M'Milian referred in complimentary terms to the manner in which Mr. lieid had conducted the leadership of the party, and highly eulogisod his tact and ability, lie expressed a hope that the demonstration of that day would go forth to the world as an indication that the great frootrado party was as powerful and united as it lias ever l>eo». Mr. lieid, in re...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

Local and General News. FOOTBALL. - A match will be played on the oval to-day between the Ormonde and the Dubbo Clubs, play commencing at 3 o'clock. The following are the teams : - Ormonde : J. Allan, back ; J. Hives, W. Carroll, M. Cronin, halves ; W. Hives, B. Houlahan, G. Wheeler, quarters ; A. Wilson, A. Moston, A. Wheeler, J. Orbell, J. Murray, D. Brogan, H.   Davidson, W. Drover, forwards ; emer- gencies, Dick Jones, F. Baker, M'Phail. Dubbo : Ranken, back ; Howe, J. Brown, Serisier, three quarters ; Moore, Soane, halves ; Baird, Taylor, wings ; Dunn, Cadden, Brown. Heane, Young, Samuels, Rodda, forwards. MUSIC EXAMS. - The first examina- tion in musical knowledge under the auspices of Trinity College, London, to be held in Dubbo takes place to-day at the Town Hall, when 21 local candidates, five from Welling- ton, and three from Bourke will attend. It will be remembered that last year Mr. Edward Atkins took several of his pupils to Bathurst to be examined, and me...

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE.) Certificates to Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 9 June 1894

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE.) Certificates to Issue. IT is notified that certificates will be issued, 30 days from date of publica tion of notice (June 5), upon the fol lowing conditional purchases in the Dubbo district: George Hilder, 165 acres, parish Willydah. John Quarman, 312 acres 2 roods, parish Dandaloo. George Henry Carrett, 100 acres, parish Burrabadine. Samson Pascoe, 120 acres, parish Burrabadine. Andrew Lowrie, 160 acres, parish Tomingley. Alexander Clarko, 640 acres, parish Bulgandramine. Thomas John Caliill, 640 acros, parish Emogandry. George Campbell, 105 acros 1 rood, parish Macquarie. Australian Joint Stock Bank (Ltd), 600 acros, parish Duneloo. Special Areas. The following portions of Crown lands are declared to be set apart as a special area: Land district of Dubbo. "Within the population area of Dubbo repro laimed 6th October, 1888. No. 20,823. County of Lincoln, parish of Dubbo, containing an area of 152 acres 2 roods. The Crown lands within the ...

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THE MAILS. MAILS CLUSE FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894

THE MA I IS. MAILI (JLUPE FOR Sydney, ]Nrliural, Orauife, etc-Daily at ?3.10 p.m. ltouvke. Nu^an, Ni.rromini', eti:- Daily at 7.4.1 .t.iii Ooonnmble. Gilzandra, etc - Tuesdays, 'J i)ui>dnvK mid Saturday*, ut 11.30 a.m. Cotitmrn'i, Mmrungundv and BHllimoru Wvdiiovday* aud Saturdays, utft.ttQ A.m. Tontinjjley and Prak Hill - Tuesdays, Thursdays and rtaturdaye, at. 8.45 a.m. Oblcy, Bcljirbisful and Minore-Wcdnesdaya and Saturday, ut 9.^0 a.m. Pout.> Rud Terra 3^11*. - Monday# »nd Wednesdays, at 9.30 a.m. Tennndnt-Tuesdays and Fridays 9.30 a.m. Mail* arm Di&jvubkd - Sydney, Orange, Balhurbt, etc-Daily at 1(1 a.m. Buurke, Nyugan, Narromiuu, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. Coonmible, Gilyatidr.i, etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturday*, 4 p.m. Cobborah, Munungundy and Ballimore Monday«9 a.m., Thursdays, 4 p.ui. Toininsrli'.v and Pwik Hill - Monday*, Wt»dut>«day* and Fridays, 4 p.m. OHey-Mondays and Thursday-, 4 p.m. Ponto and Terra Bella - Tuesdays and Saturday*. 4 p.m. T^nuudrH-Mon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894

I&fl YA l; MA IS THE BEST, CHEAPEST, AND PUREST. SEE YOU GET MELLERSH'S NO OTHER. Sest for KheiiiiirtLiBin Best for Sciatica Eec-t for Iufiue.n/a Best for Gout Best for Whooping Co'.ijjli | Bost for Cougn BsEt for Colds The E3osl in the R-iar.Jiet. A Surfi Preventative Ii.t ln'.iiiciiia. So!,', l.y all tirM-das OK-nuM>& Sujirisffpei MEJ.LEKSH, Sole Proprietor, VASS, NfiW South WalCS.

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A Practical Parent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894

A Practical Parent A tjnjEii use for children lias been diec ivei'rd, nnd as soon as the scheme becomes generally known the chances aro that youngsters will be in greater demand than they ever were since the world begau. A farmer named August Pirch. who lives near Gavauzo, is the linppy possessor of r dozen fine, healthy children. These? yonwrsters grow last, eat three or four media a day, and the way they wear out clothes is enough to make a woollen factory, tiiiuk a cyclone- had struck it. Mr. Piroh has been ill hot wutcr with his little fitiheg' for years, and was about to give U[> iu despair when a bright idea struck Liin. He had a tract of land which could.not bo used for the i want ,of water. But how 10 irrigate the land without spending a iot of money was a mystery. A ditch would cost hundreds of pounds, but comer lots have not bean so plentiful in the Piroh family as the happy fnthfr could have wished, and bis bank book simply showed a balance of a few hundreds instead of...

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Suicide of a Millionaire. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894

Suicide of a Millionaire. A MAitSEiM.Es millionaire named Seraame committed suicide on March 20 in a most extraordinary way. He was a man of peculiar habits. His villa on the Prado was like an Eastern palace, surrounded with gardens filled with the richest tropica] plants. Two years ngo he seemed to have settled the manner in which he was to die. He had a sort of sepulchr® constructed in the garden and fitted with iron doors, so that the cave could be hermetically sealed. Inside were massive candelabra or two firegrates which ho kept constantly filled with charcoal. Cans of petro leum were also at hand in case he wanted the fires lighted speedily. A long sofa completed the furniture of the sepulchre. He had repeatedly entered the place and told his servant* to light the caudles, bat ho returned t,o the villa again after a minute or two's meditation. On March 20 however, he entered the sepulchre, mid when after several hours' absence his servants broke open the doors they found him l...

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SIR HEN[?]TAR [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894

SIR MSA A MBETtJfO WfIR Hoh'l on Mondftjf^i arrangements for the~ of Sir Henry PrtWce«,i3 will visit Dabbo in r few days. Mr. J. GvBr the cbair, and among were Messrs. H. Is* Sillar, W.J. Baker,S.| . Plaininer, J. D. \VilkiiisbpS and T. A. Graham. Ajpi& non-attendance were recei many prominent townsmen. Th< «hui>' man explained the object > f Abti meeting. A strone committee =-W4B' formed; Mr. Wiirfel, who appointed hon. secretary, read® letter he had received from Sir Henry saying that the evening of Monday next, the 18th instant, would be a convenient time for him to \ deliver an address, the title of which would be " The Political Prospect the National Importance of the Coming Elections." It was decided to engage the Masonic Hall, and to ask his Worship the Mayor to preside on the occasion. Arrangeaients were made for Sir Henry Parkes' reception 011 his arrival, and for his comfort during his stay in Dnbbo, aud the I meeting terminated.

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Baby Smokers. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894

Baby Smokers Thh youngest smokers in the world aro found in Siani and Burmah; little | tots go trotting about with cigarette I in mouth, and babies are taught to chew the betel nut, mixed <vitli tobaccoi as soon as they are weaned. TJLO Siamese children, liko their father?, uso tlieir ears as cigarette and cigar holders, and the lack of clothing or pockets on the part of tho little ones necessitates thoir carrying these articles over their oars, as tho clerk carries his pencil or pen. T saw ono noble Siamese boy with a shaved head and a string about his waist, who hud a cigarclto over each ear and another in his raouth. After a few momonts bo threw away tho cigarette in his mouth and began to chow betel, squirting out tho blood-rod sa'livn, until ho made a puddle in the road beside him. His father, who was with him, was also smoking, and his mother hud a cigarette between her lips. Wheu the party wont away the mother took up tho naked smoking boy, and, balancing him on he...

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