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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894
CABLEGRAMS. ]joM>oN', Monday. A coup d'etat has taken place in Para guay- Doctor Moriiigo lias been ap pointed President. The death is announced of the Sultan of Morocco, aged 62. The miners on strike at Cripple Greek, Colorado, have yielded up their arms to the police. Extensive forgeries of notes have been discovered in Germany, and the police have ascertained that 2.5,000 forged £5 notes have been sent to England since the middle of August. Five persons have been suffocated in (xlasgmv by an escape of g.-iw. The Czar of Russia has promised tbe Pope he will not close any more convents. The fastest torpedo destroyer in the world has just bean completed on the Thames find named the Hornet. She steams 27Z Idiots.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894
1 on tbe file in that corner in looking over the receipts I found the one produced ; I said, 411 will take this one-it shows you bought some cattle from Thomas Moore;" lie said, "AH right;" I nb»o found a receipt for a bullock which he said he bought from Palmer; the police took possession of the re eipt. Thomas Baird, grazier, residing at Dun dullimal, deposed : I know a roan bullock bianded V2L ; I saw it in Flanogan'n pad* dock about a fortnight ngo ; I wan with the policc at tbe lime ; the brand is th.at of my son Aithur, and the bullock in his property ; 1 knew the animal well; I took delivery of him from Church of Woolerina, amongst a tnob ; it arrived here last December, and wsr Tunning in Dtmduliimul puddockH; it was » fair fat bullock ; I last saw him in Dun dullimal paddock the middle of last January; it is a remarkable looking bullock ; when I saw him in January, lie was in quito as good condition as when I saw him at. Flanagan's : I know t wo culvcs-a red and white bull ...
DUVBBO MUNICIPAL COVNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 13 June 1894
DUBBO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL THE regular fortnightly mooting of j the Couuoil was hold Monday night, Present -His Worah.p the Mayor, and Aldermen Phillips, J). Soane, IJtlev, II. Kyan, J. Ryan, L. fcjoane, ami Ferguson. Minutes. The minutes of last mooting woro rood and confirmed. A Visitor. Alderman P. V. Kyan, of Bathurst, was welcomed by the Mayor. Correspondence. Amongst the outward correspondence was a letter to Mr. II. Wheeler, re garding his occupancy of land nt. the rear of tbo rosorvoir, informing him that it was nocossary to have the Council's permission. In reply Mr. Wheeler wrote offering to lease tho land at a rental of £1 per annum, A letter to Mr. W. H. Delaney, of Warrie Flat, re injury caused to a mare ridden by his son through put- ting her foot in a hole caused by water running from a hydrant at the corner of Wingewarra and Darling streets. &nbsp; The Mayor said a report had been called for by Mr. Darley, Engineer-in- Chief, from the manager of the water works,...
He Paid up to Date. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
He Paid up to Date. A STORY is told (says an exchange) to the effect that a certain man rushed, into a newspaper office in a wild state, atid facing the loug-suffering pro prietor,., said, " What in thunder do you mean by publishing that obituary notice of me ? Do I look like a man who has been in soak for nine days at the bot top _ of our lovely harbour ? What do you" see about my general appearance that-would lead you to sup. pose I diod ' respected by all who knew me,' and ' my deatb cast a gloom over the whole district?" "Well," replied the pri nter calmly," you see I sent you about fifty letters asking yon to pay a trifle of the five years' subscription you owe; as I didn't get on answer, 'i concluded that Dajth had struck another shining but . low-winded mark. It didn't seem possible that that any maii oonld receive half-a. hundred courteous but firmly worded letters without showing any sign of life ; and BO I concluded you had paid at least one debt in your time-the .debt of ...
Shying. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
Shying IF a horse Las the habit of shying, it is usually due to timidity, defective eyesight, or downright "cussodness.'' ! In tho two former cases the best .way to break him is to show him that there i"8 no harin in what has frightened him. But lie should never be whipped after he has passed the object at which he has shied. Nor should a rider, when approaching an object at which he suspects his borse will shy, communicate this fear to the horse. Wait till the horse gives the signal and tHen be firm and gentle. When viciousness pure and simple makes a horso shy, he should be whipped out of it, and if the owner has not the courage to do this the horse should be sold to a firmer master. A rearing horse can usually be cured with a martingale fastened to his bit. A kicking horse 6hould have his head held high with a snaffle. A shoulder ipg horse-that is, one who tries to rub his rider off by getting against a wall or fence, or tree-should have his head tamed sharply towards the object ...
A Smart Clerk. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
A &maft Clerk Ix a dry poods stor.*, noted for its severe rules and discipline, a lndy asked to see some dresses. Tlie manager politely bowel her to a chair calling a clerk to serve. Piece after pieou. was displayed before her, yet still the lady evinced 110 desire to purchase. In vain did the young man expatiate upon the richness of the materials and (In- Kplc.ndoar of their .'coloatfngs, the wonderful value and doubtless wear, but alt to uo purpose. With expressions of ."egret, for the trouble given, aud a request for pal ? terns to show her husband, she was about to depart. Seeing the gravity of his position, which meant the dis pleasure of his employer and possible discharge for failing to sell, lie ad dressed tlie lady thus : ' Madam, before you leave allow me to give you one word of caution. You observe that man walking up and down the store. Unfortunately lie is slightly deranged, and probably as you pass out he will attempt to speak to.you. Don't be alarmed, but if y...
A Scandalous Decision. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
A Scandalous Decision. The Catnpden (England) magistrates, who 6oine time ago fined a labourer £1 5s for picking u|» four apples in an orchard in which he was employed, have just given an equally scandalous decision under the Poaching Preven tion Act. A young labourer named Finch was charged with being iu possession of three rabbits. Whilst On his way along a private road to his employer's bouse, Finch was met and searched by a policeman, and the three rabbits, which were about a fortnight old, were found upon him. The defendai^asserted that he had dis covered the rabbitB dead in a field, and there was nothing improbable in his story. The rabbits had 110 commercial value, and the occupier of the lard refused to prosecute, but nevertheless the Bench, 011 the policeman's cvi dencer imposed a tine of l-j.i OJ, in cluding costs.
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
Local and Genera! Hews. ADDITIONAL ELECTOBAL LIST. - Seventy-seven applications for enrol ment on the additional electoral Hat have been received by Mr. W. J. Martin, electoral registrar, from 1 perrons who have qualified by residencs in the Dnbbo division of the electorate. The revision court 1 trill be held on Wednesday next, at ' the Court House, at 11 a.m. PARISH MAPS.-New editions of maps of the following parishes are on sale at the Dubbo Lands Office. Ballimore, Danedoo, and Taj lor, oonnty of Lincoln. THE COMING ELECTION.-A meeting of Mr. S. Phillips' committee will be held at the Royal Hotel, Macquarie street., on Wednesday evening nert, at 8 o'clock. BABBIGAJL GOLD.-The gold from the praspcctorK* claim sent down to Sydney last week realised a fraction over £4 per onnce. WESLEY AN Buro op HOPE.-The monthly meeting of the above society was held in the School Hall on Wednesday eveaing last, when a large andience of members and friends was present. The meeting was opened with a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
*3?0"W"2Sr PRICES dfo: POP YOUR ORDERS IN TEE I® read tiiiF pajicsr, PAUSE at our Advertisement, PONifEli it over, THINK of it, audwlen you wake in' " s v EVERYTHING SEUST' And a Poof les* applause teJls us that OUR WARES ARE GOOD, as well ae CHEAP, that they minister to the bodily comfort as well as )] «an never command. Wo have ¥rieiids who SWEAR BY ITS .a every Hamlet, Township, City, and Hole and Corner Bush Settlement inii whether its a small or big parcel that'6 wanted .we're up to time, and the Woods wo send are invariably what are wanted. Our talent for ekooB FULL OF FURNITURE ia selected by our well-trained and astute . for Patterns Fashion Sheets and Price Lists. We pay lrainage or shipping freight to anyRailwaySt Ironmongery, Crockery and Glass, Grocery, Toys, Harness, Ploorcoths. OUR OSLY ADDRESS: "Universal iPi^viders, IPalace Emporium, Haymarket (only)* ?P
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE.) Annual Leases Lapsed. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GIZRTTB.) Annual Leases Lapsed. Lxwn District of Dubbo.-William Wisbey, 640 acres, county Lincoln parish Gambit ; W. E. Wilson and (t. Mu nro, 530 icres, county Lincoln, parish Elontj Elong. C.L. Rent Fixed. Robert Howard, 1500 acres, parish Minors, county Narromine, aunuaj rent £1018s 9d. Revocation of Temporary Reserves. Land District of Dubbo. Within the leasehold areas of Weemabah and Tiroberrybungan Holdings Nos. 248 and 576. notified lltli and 3lst July, 1885. Part of travelling stock reserve 628, county of Narromine, parish of Weetnnbah, containing an area of iibout 6000 acres. Within the resumed and leasehold areas of Minore Holdi up No. 445, and leasehold area of Euromebah Holding No. 714, notified lltli July, 1885, and 8th September, 1885. No. 630 for stock route, notified 5th November, 1875, counties of Gordon and Narromine, parishes of Dubbo Burrabodine, Minore, and Narromine, about 10,000 acres. Within the leasehold area of Minore Holdi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
rENEKAL SERVANT wanted. Cook and Laundress. Apply, Mes. LOVE, Newtown. Sir Hercules Lodge, I.O.O.F., M.D. GRAND ANNUAL SOCIAL OF the above Lodge will be held in the MASONIC HAIL, DUBBO, on WEDNES DAY, JULY 11TH, 1894. TICKETS-Double, 10a 6d ; Gent ?, 7a Gd; Lady's, 5s. J. T. CONNORS 1 Joint L. ANLEZA.UK J Hon. Sees. J. TIG-HE, Hon. Treasurer. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WHLES. Sheriff's Office, Dnbbo, 15th May, 1894. Robert M'Intyre v. M'lntyre James. ON FRIDAY, 22ud day of June, 1894, at noon, unless the Writ of Fieri Facias herein bs previously satisfied the Sheriff will cause to be Sold by Auction, at the Court Hounp, Dubbo All the. Estate, Right, Title, or Interest to which at the date of the Writ of Fieri Facias herein the defendant, JAMES McIN TYRE, was entitled to in the Condi tional Purchase and Conditional Leasn following, that is to cay, of, in, and to all that piece or parcel of land, con taining by admeasurement 640 Acres, situate in the parish of Eleugeiali, oount...
PHOTOGRAPHY OF STARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
PHOTOGRAPHY OF STARS. By meant of the Gelatine Dry Plate th« results of the astronomical work of years are now obtained in a few hours. Over 400 stars have been depicted in the space of 2 square inches- If there ia one thing more thin another which you should photograph on your memory, it is that Wolfe's Schnapps is the finest medicinal beverage in the world Then remember it is largely imi tated, so it is wise to buy whole bottles is original wmppers. and, after use, break the bottles, to prevent their being re-tilled with cheap, unwholesome gin, and sold as Wolfe's Schnapps.
MR. DE COUR CY BROWNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
iffl. DE COURCr BROTTSE. AT the Metropolitan Quarter Sessions ou Tuesday, before Judgo Murray, Thomas Frederick Do Courcy Browne was indicted for the larceny of £12-Kis 3d, tlie property of the Bar rier liaugcs Silver-mining Association. The money was handed to the defen dant in 1892, as mining agent, to ob tain a freehold title for a mineral lease held by the association, and called " The Little Boss." Mr. Dawson prosecuted on belialf of the Crown, and Mr. F. G. Gannon ap peared for the defendant, who occupied a seat on tho floor of the Court. At the close of the case for the prose cution, the defendant gave evidence on his own behalf, and explained the reasons of the unavoidable delay in procuring from the Government the freehold title. His Honor then said he did not think there was any need to call further evidence, and probably the jury had already mado up their minds. The j ury, without leaving the box, found the defendant not guilty, and added that he left the court with out a...
"THE RELI[?]." [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
The new, original, ! drama, entitlod Lucknow," a roil Mutiny, written Dubbo Volunteer &lt; B. Do Launqy, audience to the Thursday evening. The: J was given in aid of the" children of the late Priv man, who died recently from i of a'ohill caught while reoov typhoid fever. Not 6nly wa dienoe a large one-it was good-natured, and evidently de to be pleased with the efforts of military friends; and when the" tain rose on tho first scene it was felt at once that entertainers and enter-'7 tained were in touch, and success was assured. Tho plot of the drama is not very intricate, and required little exertion to follow ; it deals .with incidents lead ing up to the relief of Lucknow by General Havelock, and history has not been rigidly adhered to by the author, who had necessarily to introduce a love interest, while the oomedy element conspicuous by its absenco from the dreadful scenes of tho Mutiny could not be neglected. In the first scene was discovered a council of war, presided o...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. IT is reported that tho people of Sicily, in the Mediterranean, are in a terrible state of destitution, and there is danger of a revolt. So absolute i8 the starvation at Lercara that women and children are eating hay and grass to sustain life. A most revolting case of lynching has occurred in the State of Georgia, The victim, a negro, committed an assault on a white girl. The iufuriated people hanged the man so as not. to kill him ; he was then skinned, linger ing in frightful agony for six hours after the operation. Lord Coleridge, Lprd Chief Justice of England, is dead. A terrible boat accident has occurred at Westport, county Mayo, Ireland, A ferry-boat was crossing a river with a number of harvesters, when it cap - sized, and sixty were drowned.
A MODEL MUNICIPAL COU[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
A MODEL MUXICIP. EX-Axdehman N. HawkMt cently resignod his seat inTOnanaj ington Council, has been jnado 'U] recipient of a letter from that count! in recognition of hie 15 years' servi&lt; as a representative of the ratepayers. Mr. Hawken, in acknowledging the letter, wrote that the borough was to be congratulated on the completeness of the arrangements of the munici pality, whether with regard to light ing, street-making, or sewerage: in fact, the sanitary conditions might be affirmed to be complete, and the finan cial condition as most happy, all con stituting a lesson in municipal proce dure for the Buburban area, which it was to be feared was greatly needed. The exemplary Darlington Council had hitherto allowed no outside dic tation, interference, or weak associa tion, but had continued a simple, in telligent, independent, economical bodj', whose efforts as a consequence must bo held to be a triumphant ex pression of tho excellent results of tho Municipal Act of 1867 as...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 16 June 1894
To r«rrwpondeQ&lt;>. fATTBNTtoirta the following mles may save a | yfljo«d deal of tro»ble or disappointment. With ?every .jmmunioation must be sent |he name -and address of the writer, not *. t*ew;asarily for publication, bat as aguarantee ot &lt;r tf'faith ; otherwise, no attention can he pain .o toe letter. Rejected oommucieaUonp will not be Vetvrned.. -The writers ahoold keep drafts or copien. We claim the riirht to excise anything which we Hecin objectionable from letters; aad:corresppntlents who decline to accede to that bonne van May to when they send their stiers. Should we find correction necessary, auder these circumstances the lettera will not be published in the LIBERAL. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive perNonsliticp, aie two things wbioh we s/mainlly commend to the ooaae of corres poQdi&lt;ntK, if they wish to be certain that the communications will be accepted by u».