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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
Local and General News. SOCIAL.-In the Protestant Hall on Tuesday evening last tho Victor Club held their fourth dance of the season ; about thirty couples were present, and the light fantastic wad indulged in until 1.30 a.m., and t he energetic secretaries, Messrs. Ley and Sullivan, deserve praise for the excellent manner in which all arrangements were carried out. Mr. Emmet supplied good music, and during the evening Miss Amy Kerr and Miss Howie (from Cowra) favoured the company with eongs. EIGHT OUNCES TO THK DISH.-A telegram from Fifield states that! the prospectors have washed one dish I for 80z. 4dwt. gold. Free gold is j visible along the face of the drive. PROMOTION'.-llise Ida G. Smith, pupil teacher, has gained promotion by examination to Class II. THE DOBHK ELECTION.-A meeting of Mr. S. Phillips' supporter* was held at Moston's Hotel mi Wednesday evening. Mr. J. G. Brown occupied the chair, and the large room was crowded. Reports of sub-committees were received, and neces...
THE FISCAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
THE FISCAL QUESTIoy. WHAT enabled the Government to introduce protection at all ? The treachery of certain labour members, who, after inducing freetradu cotinti* tnencie* to elect them on a distinct pledge to sink the fiscal istme, un scrupulously broke that, pledge. It is a noteworthy fact that every one of these arc now seeking re-election under the Government's wing, in op position to labour. One of them is secretary to the protectionists' elec toral committee, aud everywhere they are being treated as the white-headed boys of the Ministry. The Government are only now playing the games that these members played at the last elec tion. They a re trying to keep protection in I he background while freotradn votes are being angled for, and making an elaborate pretence of " penitent thief'' business on the fiscal question, wliiuh would be discarded the moment a majority was secured sufficiently large to render that course a safe one. That they do not want anything better than a Parliame...
N[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
Ek. tion, when referring 4o thfc'S tion, roared as " irnld as janyi dovo," and, while apologifling ffl present tariff, declined to oomxnip self to a direct statement future policy would be in the direetitin3 of increased duties. Those who wifihj to see such action takon were told that the Government might " extend that tariff-make it more equitable and just." Growing bolder, the Premier declared ho would plodge tho Govern ment to " establish a protective policy on just lines." To say the least, there is a decided tone of ambiguity about tlus promise, and 0110 of tiio electors requested tho Premier to define the " just lines " on which lie proposed to work, but was met bv the characteristic reply that the Premier had said all he intendod to say regarding tho tariff; he could not please lunatics or mad men. The position of the Ministry is essentially one of " heads I win, tails you lose." The Premier favours moderate and equitable protection on just lines ; some of his colleagues have...
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
UMURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF F.XGLAXD Ven. Arelidoiioon IVilson, Iiiouinbent. Divino Scrvice, morning 11, evening 7. AdminiHtration of the lluiy Communion. Subject fur UvuiiingSurvioo : l)»eg tho Ecioini'p." Afternoon Oliililn-n's fjorvice nt. .'J. AVuek Niulu Si-rvi«o, 'I'lmr-ilay ill 7.SO. Cuiitiuuiitiuu of LiM-tuiv mi tlie Act* of tliu Apostles. SulijVi't :-" Simon llicSniwror." Mi.udny. July .J-Mmitin^ of ladiiM in the Sulioul liall ul 3.SO |i.m, rv ihu fancy Kail', j July 1
THE SHEARING TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
THE SHEARING TROUBLE THE Pastoralists' Union has given an emphatic denial to a statement re cently published, saying that the shearers and rouseabouts on Bunda Bnnda Station, Queensland, had struck for an increase of wages, and the excision of clause 8 from the agree ment. It had been reported further that the manager, with the consent of tho owners, had given the men what they desired, and they then returned to work. The story is termed a pure fabrication from first to last. Messrs. Spence, Williams, and Langwell, of tho Shearers' Union, have been in communication with Mr. T. B. Clegg, clerk of awards, with a wow to the Trades Disputes Depart ment endeavouring to bring about a conference between the shearers and pastoralists. As the Arbitration Act at present 6tands, its machinery can only be brought into operation by mutual consont of the parties to dispute. After discussion, the repre sentatives agreed to make a definite offer to tho Pastoralists' Union to confer with them on the...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
mr, vwpwdnu to this fact when he mentioned that it bad been found by experience (bat the principal objection to the system of survey before selection consisted in tbo foot that under the law, as it now Btandrt, selectors oannot be compelled to take the hud as measured ; and this is where the difficulty bogins. With .aurrey before selection, and due consideration of surrouuding circumstances, ** paaoooking " would become impossible, and agriculturists 4iud pasloralists bs enabled to carry on their respective operations without the one being .disturbed by the other. The broad rule ahouM be that until the many million acre* .available for selection have beott taken up under condition.? extended to eucuurage settlement and proper occupation of the land, the existing leaHchold .areas should rama'tii uudisturbed, subject to equitable arrange ment with respect to iuiprovemonts, thus forming a reserve for future une. This is tlie comfnonnetiHe view of the matter. There would not be the slig...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
To Cornmpondontn. ATTENTION to the following rides may save ft good deal of tro'ibln ur disappointment. WUh every ~.;inmumcation want be sent the name mid address of the writer, not ixftiWHiriiy fur pnblieutinn, but ub H tfuarunteo or v >1 faith ; otherwise, uo attention can be puiu .otno letter. ! lifjectod ttommui.ications will not be ; rolurued. The writers should keep drafts or copiea. Wo claim the rfcht to excise auyibiup u-bich we deem objectionable from letter*; and correspondents who decline to accede to tlint coutw can fay to when they fiend their l^itciri Should we find correction necessary, aodcr these circumstances the letters will not Otf published in the Libbbal. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive perHoiiHlitien, ate two things wbioh we specially cntnnjend to the notico of corre^ pendents, if they wish to be certain that j the communications will be accepted by u*. j
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, June 30, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND JKACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Saturday. Juno 30, IK04. A GREAT amount of interest is being evinced by the members of the Government and their supporters in the welfare of the farmers at the present juncture, and the future prospects of wheatgrowers under protection are painted in roseate colours. The Ministers point to the increase that has taken place in the area of land under cultiva tion, more especially for wheat, as the result solely of the protwiivf duties that have been imposed; and endeavour to give consolation for the poor prices ruling by asserting that had the duties not been imposed still lower rates would have been obtained, and that it was better for them to have low prices and keep the market to themselves than to have high prices and send the money out of the country. The Premier, speaking this week to an audience presumably composed J of persons interested in farming, promised that if returned to power he would take " precious good care that the tariff ...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. Tue election of M. Casimir Perier as President of the Frcnch Republic is generally popular. He was inducrd to stand by entreaties of his mother. In returning thanks after eleciior. he shed taars. He said in his address tlmt he would give democracy all the devotion of his heart. The email number of votes recorded by M. Dupuy's candidature for tlio prpsideney will necessitate his retire meat from the premiership. It is reported that the murder of President Cart)at was planned in London in February last. Sao to is to be tried on 23rd J uly. Mr. Gladstone lias definitely de. cided to retire from political life, and has notified his supporters in Mid lothian that he will not seek, re-election. In consequence of the extensive strike of Scotch miners 50,000 work men of other trades will be compelled to remain idle after to morrow. COON AMBLE, Friday Morning. - About on inch and a quarter of rain lias fallen at Coonamble daring the week, and the weather still b...
WOLVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
WOL>iES Were onc« very prevalent in England, and Ireland was infected by them lung after their extirpation in England. In Austra lasia we have wolves iu sla-ep't clothing, who fill empty bottles hearing tin: lubel of Wolfe's Schnapps with cheup, adulterated gin. and Bull the same as Schnapps. It is wise, therefore, to buy whole botilra ill original wrappers, and, after use, to break the liottlee. Wolfo'a Schnapps is the tenth wonder of the world, in its perfectly pure medicinal virtues, and is fully appreciated by the millions all over the world who habitually use it.
CABMEN AND THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 30 June 1894
CAB HEX AND THE ELECTIONS. AT the weekly meeting; of the Metro politan Trausit Commission in Sydney this week, Sir W. P. Manning presiding, the registrar brought under the notice of the board the provisions of the new Elect-oral Act as they affected cabmen. He drew particular attention to clause 115, which appears to provide that if a cabman is hired by any candidate he cann'ot recover his faro, and if he accept payment he and the persju engaging him are liable to a fine of £100, and to six months' inprisoument. It also appears that if the candidate in whose interest a cabman is working is elected, the election can be invalidated. A cabman is also liable to similar punishment if he uses his cab iu the interest of any one candidate even without payment. The matter was referred to the board's solicitor, so thatadutiuite explanation of tlie Act can be obtained, and tlie cabmen will be given notice of the new law. , lie permitted to enter J except to record their voteij must be closed p...