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Sir Henry Parkes in Dubbo. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

Sir Henry Parkes in Dubbo SIR HENBY PABKES, G.C.M.G., arrived in Dubbo on Saturday evening at a quarter past eight o'clock, he having travelled from Blayney by the "Lime-, rick," which reached hero nearly an hour behind tune. A large crowd awaited Sir Henry's arrival, including many of our most prominent towns I men, and on alighting he was received with three ringing cheers. He was conducted to the Royal Hotel, where ho stayed during his visit. Sir Henry attended Divine service at Holy Trinity Church on Sunday morning, resting during the remainder of the day.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. IT is ascertained that the attempt on Signor Ciispi'e life was the outcome of a plot. His assailant, Lega, narrowly escaped lynching, and was only saved by the Premier's protection. Lega maintained a defiant attitude and declared that others j would carry out the work he failed to accomplish. The TIMES, criticising Sir George Dibbs' unification scheme, says it duubts the success of the proposals, and is inclined to view that they are merely an election cry. The Atlantic steamer Ethiopia collided with an icebe' g in mid ocean, and tier bows were stove in, she was in imminent danger, and was only suved by the expedient of making an artificial bulk head. The anarchist plot to dynamite the Opitol at Washington, United States, was frustrated through the viliganco of th« authorities. TO THE DEAF.-A Gentleman who cured himself of Deafness and Noises in the Head, after fourteen years' suffering, will gladly send full particulars or til" remedy post free. Address:...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

Till: MAILS. Mails O.om; Fun Sydney, Kuihurst, Orange, etc-Daily ut 4.15 p.m. Bourk>\ Nv«^an, Nairoim&e, etc- Daily at 7-45 a.m. Coon amble, Gilgandra, etc - Tursdays, 1 biirsdnya and Saturdays, at O.iJO a.m. Cobborah, Murrunj;undy and Ballimnre Wednesdays atid Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Tomin^lry and Peak liiil - Tuesday*, Thursday* mjk! *.iiurday*, at 8.45 a,m. Obley, BeUtbi?al and Minorc-Wednesdays and ^aturdayf-, at U.-JO a.m. ponM and Terra B'dU - Mondays and Wednesdays, at 9,31) a.m. Tenumlrn-Tuesdays nnd Friday*, 9.30 a.n). MAILS ahb Dulivkked kk<-m - Sydney, Orange, Bathun?'., etc-Daiiy at 1U a.in. Bourk^. Nvngam, Nutrornim.1, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. CoonamMc, Gilirandn, etc-"Wednesdays, Fiiiiay.-. and Saturday*, 4 p.m. 0>bb»rab, Muj >«nj»ur.dy and fraUimore Morwlajs 9 a.in , Tt ursriuys, 4 p.in. ToiniiiL'W hihI I'eak Hiii - Monday?, Wt-n. *>d:«ys ami Fiiduyc. 4 p.m. OI»k»y-Al'<n.in\> «niJ 'J'fiursilay-S 4 p.m. I'unto an I IVim itelJa...

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THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Oil Monday Sir Ilenry Parkes' visited the Superior Public School, wliere ho was received by Mr, School luBpector Baillie and Mr. P. Skinner, head master. There was a largo attendance of visitors, including the Von. Archdeacon Wilson, the llev. J. T. Main, M.A., Rev. J. Tarn, Messrs. G. H. Taylor, J.P. (chairman of the School Board), H. Lambert, S. Phillips, J.P., J. W. Sillar, Gr. Barrett, J. D. Wilkinson, E. ft. Adams, A. Wiirfel, J. C, Tibbits, and other prominent townsmen, and several scholars was in progress when Sir Henry Parkes arrived, and was con tinued during his stay, the distin guished visitor evincing great interest in the proceedings. After visiting the boys', girls', and infants' schoolrooms the party roturuud to the' boys' room, where Sir Henry addressed them. Sir HEJTBY PARKES said : I find it at all times difficult to address children. Their minds are free to receive all impressions, and their faculties are just beginning to be critical, and I fin...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

INTERCOLONIAL HOBABT, Tuesday. WITH reference to the Mount Huxle Mine, Barker, the vendor to the syndicate, has been arrested and charged with conspiracy to defraud, in conjunction with Tony, tho original prospector of the mine, and Prico, a miner the syndicate had employed. MRLBOUUKE, Tuesday. The Cabinet considered Dibbs' unification scheme yesterday, and a general opinion was expressed that it would be advisable if a conference could be held between three or four members of the N.8.VT. Government, and a similar number of the Victorian Government, when they believed an agreement could bo arrived at wliich would form a foundation on which definite federal proposals could be built.

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

CHURCH NOTICES. CHXJRCK OF ESGLA.ND Ven. Archdeacon Wilson, Incumbent. Sunday, June '24-Holy Trinity Church. Divine Service, morning 11, evening 7. AfternoOD-Talbragar (Stubbs') at 3. Thursday-Continuation of lecture " Con version of Saul.

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Better than a Pension. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

Better than a Pension. " A MONTH or so nc-0," said the drum, mer, "1 stopped overnight at a small j tavern iu Illinois, and before rutiriug l I sat for an hoar in the room used fur an oflioi!, talkiug to two or three men, one of whom, a lame mau. was o occupy the double room with me. I wont up to bod some time before he did, and when be came 1 was snugly tucked away, bn( not asleep. *'' 13y tin; way," ho said '' you were talking aboul pensions down stairs weren't you | " 'Yes ; I rather believe in pensions economically iidininLsiered.' '"So do I," he said carefully taking ! off his glasses, and with them a wax nose, which he laid on the table, some what to m}r discomfiture, ' bat I don't | believe in being indiscriminate'-here be fished out a glass eye and put in a tumbler of water, and then took out his teeth, and put them with the eye. I couldn't say anything, and he wont on : " 'I know men who aro to-day jot ting from £2 to £10 a month'-he re moved his wigand hnngit upcarefully -...

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[?] [?] COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

has appeared in the Sydney press frequently during the last few days. From the cablegrams under that heading we learn that Sultan Mulejr Hassan has died, or been assassinated, and his son reigns in his stead. Trouble, however, is expected, as Abdul Aziz, brother of the late Sultan, thinks himself well qualified to fill the " situation in Morocco," and has also boon proclaimed Monarch of the Moors, and i8 marching on Fez at the head of a large army to take the billet by force. If, however, ho has the misfortune to be defeated, lie will probably find himself " bound in Morocco," and Abdul Aziz will become Abdul As W as. # * * Tho custom prevailing at weddings of throwing showers of rice, old slippers and other trifles after happy couples when departing for the honey moon is likely to receive a check from a tragic occurrence which, wo read, occurred at Wangarntta recently. It seems a newly-wedded pair were just stalling on their first tour as husband and wife, ill a trap drawn by two h...

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ANNUAL STUD SHEEP FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

ANNUAL STUD SHEEP FAIR. THIS year's sale of etud sheep, which is to commence on 2nd July, will be the Urgent yet held iu Sydney, the aumborsto be penned being Dearly thiee times greater than the average of the last four years' sales. There will be some 7500 lonjf-woolled aheap, the remainder consisting of raerir.os. This ab normal increase in numbers in due to the im pression that has iramed ground amongst New Zealand breeders of long-wuolled sheep that the colonies of New South WaleB and Queensland are about to commence the breed ing of crossbreds on a scale of great magni tude. liist year the New Zealand flock masters tested the markets here, and, notwithstanding the financial depression, have decided to trust to the demand which the recent developments of the frozen meat trade have brought about. Benne the large ship ments of sheep from New Zealand for these sales. The arrangements for the fair will bo different from those that have been previously followed, an some of the sheep ...

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Mining Sharks. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

Mining Sharks. TIIEHE are three types of these sharks Two jf them are to be found in every thriving mining township. The first "I woul'l lit-iii!* under your notice is a 'man who is reputed to be well to do, and who on his arrival on any field ?will make friendly ovortnres to any miner lie thinks has any influence or owns a pood claim. On the first day of his arrival he shouts freely, and otherwise make himself very agree, able ; bat if you watch him you will nee he knows his marks. Next day ho will vrsit. the different claims on gold, and will casually remark that he ha:t visited most of the gold fields in the colonies, and that he has formed several syndicates. Those f who have leases marked off prick up their ears; then you will see one of them corner him off and ask him if he could do anything with a lease 011 a first-class show. The answer, of course, is " yes," and he does not forget to impress upon hia hearers that he has monicd men at his back to join him in anything he rcco...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

The Latest Telegrams. B'ROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS NEW SOUTH WALES SYDITET, Tuesday. SHEEP were firm at last Thursday's rotes. Extra fine wethers 10s fid, others from 4s 6d. Cattle unaltered. Sir George Dibbs avers that his unifica tion Bchome was posted to Sir J. B. Patterson before he saw Sir Henry Parkes* article on Australian unity in u Melbourne REVIEW of 1879. He states he borrowed Ills main ideas of the unification scheme from Canada, where the Dominion was first formed by a partnership between Ontario and Quebec. Mr. See stated yesterday, with rejrard to the differential railway rates that Victoria is charging for the carriage of N.8.W. wool to Melbourne, that they wore absolutely ridiculous, and meant loss to our railways of .£100,000, while the trade that was represented, and which was lost to the colony, meant quite £3,000,000. The trial of Cummins and Lee, for the Barntba tragedy, commenced at Tamworth to-day. Lee refused to answer to that name, and stated his name was Josep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

*. 0»nw*poBd«nt«. ATTKXMO* to the following rules may save a good idUsal of tronMe or diaappointment. With erery ^imraunication must be sent the name and address of the writer, uot aeoesrerily for publication, but na a guarantee of.v *1 faith ; otheiwi&e, no attention can be ]«iii cqr letter. Rejected oommncio&tions will not be returned. The writers should kcop drafts or copies. We olaim the right to excise anything which we deem objectionable from letters; and correspondents who decline to accede to that course can say to when they send their etters. Should we find correction oecestary, under these airotimstanoes the letters will uot to published in the LIBBHAX. Condensation, and avoidanoe of offensive personalities, aie two things wbiah we speaially commend to the notice of corres pondents, if tbey wish to bo certain that the communications will be accepted by u».

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. Supplementary Bazaar. A SUPPLEMENTARY BAZAAR, in aid of the Liquidation of (he Debt of the Roman Catholic Church Properties, will be held in the MASONIC HALL, On JULY 23rd and 24th. The DRAWING OF PRIZES will tako place on the '2-ith. Winning numbers will be published in di>? course. THE BESTfLACE FOR ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS Macqnarie Brewery, Dnbbo. JM0CAI1LUM begs to inform the . numerous supporters of the nbovo Brewery that be has this day taken possession of the above premises. Having recently returned from the old country, and had opportunities when there to inspect the modern ways of brewing, it is .his full intention with alterations and more complete brewing appliances added to the present plant, to spare no expense to turn out a really first class beer, I have re-engaged tbe services of the brewer that was brewing so successfully for my decease J brother, and in hnying nothing but the t>est materials the markets offer, I feel sure I shall meet with thttt ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

KNOW OF ANYTHING., Circulation, Daily Increasing. LOCAL NEWSPAPER. DUBBF LIBERAL, AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, . PUBLISHED EVEEY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY J10ENING, Contains Iho Latest Co'oni.'il and Intercolonial Telegrams, Cable grams, Local and General News. WE Ijpn- to draw tlio attention of our constituents to the terms of Subscription mider the new management, which came into force on the let January, 1893, viz.: lYr Annum, in advance XI 0 0 Per Half-year, in advance 0 10 0 Per Quarter, in advanco 0 5 <> Per Quarter, if booI;ed ... ... 0 (i (J Single Copies 0 0 3 THE THE As the LiBKKAr. is now conducted on broad principles, and tho circulation is daily increasing, \vu can recommend business people to ifivo it a trial as an adveitisin:,' medium. '1 lie terms for ordinary advertisements are: Single Column : 8s. lor tlr; lirst inch, ami Is. Gd. for each additional inch, each publication. Double Column Advertisements ; for the first inch, and lis. for each additional inch, e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

CATARRH, HAY FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS A New HOME Treatment. Scffkeehs are not peucr&tly awarn that these diseases are contagious, or tbut tbey iire duo to the preR'nco of livin<* parasites in the lining membrane ui tJjo noeo anil eustachian tubes. Mioroscupic research, however, has proved thin to be a fact, and the result is that a simple remedy has been formulated whereby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cured by a few simple applications made at homo by the patient ODCO in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining this new treatment ie sent on receipt of 2id stamp by A. Hutton DIXON, 43 and 45 EaBt Bloor St. TORONTO, Canada TO THE DEAV.-A Gentlomnn who cured hitnsoJf of Deafiips.* im<) Noisrs in the Head, 'after fourteen years' suffwimr, will gladly send full particuln.vs of fnu reinody post freo. Address HERBERT CLIFTON, Allium' Buildings, Hfi, Victoria street, Westminster, LONDON S.W Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class NTOS8 BY S...

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AT THE MASONIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

AT THE MASONIC HALL. On Monday evening Sir Henry Parkes delivered an address at the Masonic Ilall, when fully 800 were resent, the hall, stage, and galleiy oing crowded to excess some time bcforo the hour announced for com mencing the proceedings, and many were unable to gain admission. The spaces behind the stage were also crowded with listeners. A number of ladies were in the body of the hull, and several occupied seats on the stage. Amongst the gentlemen on the stage wore the Von. Archdeacon Wilson, tho Rev. J. Tarn, Dre. Du Moulin and Tresidder, and Messrs. J. C. llyrie, Or. H. Taylor, F. J. Phillips, M. S. Love, J. Holmes, D. Cameron, J. Carr, W. Leslie, J. W. Sillar, H. Smith, J. 0. Mac.hattie, C. H. Fitz-Gerald, S. Phillips, and E. G. Adam?. Tho audience generally was truly repre sentative of the town and district. Sir Henry's entry was tho signal for a groat outburst of cheering, one enthusiast calling out " You are the salvation of the country!" Tlie MAYOH said he was proud...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

OIHIlt ORIZABA C077 A. W. Clarke, R.N.R. y.-i® July 3C And fortnightly thareatter. 'Calling at Aden instead of Colombo. PASSAGE MONE5T-S*loon, £00, £70. Second, £35, £37, £40. Third, £10 16s to £21. Return Ticket*, £63, £105, £UE. 8AL00N PASSENGERS allowed to break their journey. Fatalities are afforded for bringing out friends and relatives from London by the prepayment of pasture money. Round tbc World Tickets by any route. Western Australia Passengers booked in all classes. MANAGERS: F. GREEN and CO., and ANDERSON, ANDERSON and CO., Fenohurcli-avenue, London, E C. Fall particulars on application to DAVID ANDERSON, General Manager in Australia. 13, Pitt-strect. J^JESSAGERIES MAEITIMES. SYDNEY TO LONDON, Via Paris. Steamers of GOOO ton.", under postal con tract with the French Government, calling at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, MAHE. ADEN, SUEZ, and TORT SAID, will be despatched monthly as follows : nS^r ',S£l7 bT"^' ^ mauder. Iv.on. Nooll.': , I*3LYNESIEN 'LBoulaid Jiwo27Juu6 30Ju...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, June 20, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 20 June 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND frtACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Wedne*da;r. June to, 1894. THE action of the Victorian Railway Commissioners in en deavouring to secure the bulk of the New South Wales wool carriage by means of differential rates is not calculated to foster that fraternal feeling between the two colonies which should exist as a preliminary to federa tion. The damage likely to be caused to the railway revenue, the labour market, and the ports of tlr's colony should the proposals referred to meet with the response expecfed, is most serious, and thongh wool growers here might find an immediate benefit by taking advantage of the new rates, the ultimate result would be disastrous to our every interest. The Victorian Commissioners, when approached on the matter, Btated chat having announced the new rates some time ago, it would be unfair to abandon them until.after the season is over; hut it remains to be seen if the Victorian wool-grower will submit to this unfair competition to which he is1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894

For Sale-lu Dubbo. A GOOD GOING BUSINESS, centrally situated. A good turnover. No reasonable offer refused. Apply by letter to "X.1V LIBERAL Office. To the Electors of Dubbo MR.JAS. MORGAN Will Address THE ELECTORS OF DUBBO At the following places during the days specified : ESCHOL - SATURDAY, June 30. BENT-MONDAY, July 2. DUBBO-TUESDAY, July 3, Masonic Hall. MIDWAY - WEDNESDAY* July 4. Raglas' Hotel. BELARBIGAL- THURSDAY, July 5. NARRAMINE - FRIDAY. July 6. DUBBO-SATURDAY, July 7, Longabardi's Hotel. T RAN GIE-MONDAY, July 9 BUNDEMAR - TUESDAY, July 10, at M'Donald's Hotel. MURRUMBIDGERIE - WED NESDAY.Julyll, at Hobdeu's Hotel. BROCKLEHURST - THURS DAY, July 12. TIMBREBONGIE - FRIDAY, July 13. at mid-day. MINORE-FRIDAY. July 13, at Robinson's Hotel. COALBAGGIE - SATURDAY, July 14. DUBBO-MONDAY, July 16, at the Masonic Hall. E. H. UTLEY \ " c W. T. LEWIS \ S Special Areas. Department of Lands, Sydney, 6th June, 1894. TTENTION is invited to tLu "Govern mpnt Gazette" of 2ND INSTANT, i...

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