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[?]es and Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

Wythes an Mooney. No. 3 consists of 20 acres of ground running across the hill and northern ends of the Peak Hill Proprietary, The Lost Child, the Crown of Peak Hill, and the Great Eastern respectively. A great amount of money has been spent in prospecting various portions of the lease, but it was only within the past twelve months that it was made   apparent that the dyke formation was the proper place to operate upon. The Peak Hill Proprietary Company, have in following their ore bodies broken through into Wythes and Mooney's at the 200ft, 180ft, and 300ft levels respectively, so that a good cue has been given to where operations may be pur- sued. Wythea and Mooney'd lease is in a dosition second to none in Peak Hill, and a prosperous future may in safety be predicted in respect of working the large bodies of ore that apparently stand in sight.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Silken Bonds. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

The Silken Bonds. This morning it is announced that the New South. Wales Government have cordially joined that of Victoria in inviting the Prince here for the purpose of "drawing tighter the   siiken bonds." It is pre- sumable that those who issue the invitation intend to pay the expenses, and the question now is what right have the Government to commit the country to such expenditure without consulting Parliament. If the Prince were about to pay us a call on his own account, bad as the times are, the country would not grudge the money necessary to receive hiv. in a manner consistent with ordinary courtesy and good taste. The Government would be perfectly justified in spending whatever was a fair thing for that purpose. Even the reddest republican would consult his dignity by acquiescing in the repre- sentative of Royalty being treated in accordance with his rank as long as Royalty remained an accepted institution of the country in which he lived. But when the Prince is...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, January 3, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, January 3, 1894. THE year that has just closed has been one of the most eventful in Aus- tralian history. It has been a period of depression and financial embar- rassment that must leave its traces for many years to come, for during the year the prospects of large num- bers of persons in this and other colonies have been wrecked in the crash of failing financial institutions, and the consequent ruin of persons whose reserves have thus been lost. The retrenchment that has taken place has caused a great number of employees to be dismissed from every class of business, and the unemployed difficulty has assumed alarming pro- portions. For the first time in our history a large section of our popula- tion has been face to face with star- vation. Isolated cases of hardship have, of course, always been known, but we have never previously been called upon to cope with such wide spread misery and destitution, at prevailed last year. To mark...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE MINERS' TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

THE MI.YEJiS' TROUBLE. A VKBV important development in tb* position of aflairs affectiug the northern district miners has taken place, as tbc out oome of several communioa! inns which passed between uoHiery osvueia iu .Sydney. Ooane qU'jntlv it is now oertain th»t the threateund strike of miners at Newcastle will be averted. It is also probable that tbe pacification of matters at Newcastle will necessitate a trace between the owners and the miners at tbe southern collieries. The definito result of tbe negotiations is that the colliers, instead of acting in a united manner, will make such arrangements aa are suitable tc their par ticular circumstances. The following companies have decided to begin the new year by offering 3s 2d per ton, the hewing rate assented to by the miners with respect to the A. A. Company, riz. . Waibend, Lambton, Burwood, Stockton, Hetton, Wiokhra, and Bollock Island, and, the Newcastle Company. Ihe other «om panies in the association, viz., the Co-opera tive,...

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[?] Latest Telegrams. [?] OUR SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Holiday Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, Tuesday. Holiday Traffic. Railway traffic returns for yesterday show an increase in the   number of passengers carried on the corresponding day of last year of 144 ; the amount collected, however, was £176 less. The shrinkage is accounted for by railway officials by the fact that a much greater percent- age of people now travel second class.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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WARREN SELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

TTARREy SELECTORS' ASSOCTATIOX. Oh Saturday last, tbe annual meeting of the Warren Selectors' Association was held at tbe Club House Hotel, tbe President, Mr, D. MoAlary, being in tbe obair. Both report and balance shoot were ac cepted. Politioal matters were tben con sidered, and after soma discussion it was unanimously decided to proparo a requisition asking Mr. John Roddan to permit himself to be nominated as a candidate (or tbe Coo namble constituency at the next general election. After this matter bad been settled, Jlr. C. Robinson callcd attention to the necessity for legitlation in oonnoctiou with the existing system of Special Leasing. Mr. Robinson suggested that holders of suob leases should improve their holdings to the extent of £3 per acre, with u prior right to purchase, and otherwise placiug such tenants as himself more on an equality with conditional purchasers. In bis own case he bad to pay for re-eurvey every five years, besides having to pay a rental equalling £1 1...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE.) Re[?]mption of Land for Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS.   _______ (From the GAZETTE.)     Resumption of Land for Road. DESCRIPTIONS of Road : Part of road from Mundooran to Dunedoo, through A.J.New's (now C.R.Young's) 100 acres c.p. portion   No. 25, with a branch to the reservedl road within G. W. New's (now the Honorable G.   H. COX's) 80 acres, c.p.portion No, 26, parish of Dunedoo, county of Lincoln. Land Districts... The Amended boundaries of the land districts of of Dubbo, Nyngan and Warren are notified.         Appointments...W.C.Cardew, Esq., J.P., to be a member and Chairman of the Local Land Board for the land districts of Warren and Nyngan, continuing as member and Chairman of the. Local Land Boards for the Land Districts of Coonamble and Dubbo, with head-quarters at Dubbo - to take effect from the 29th inst. Thomas Henry Smith, Esq., to be District Surveyor for the land districts of Warr...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

TOWNSR PRICES FOR ooTj-frr POP YOUE OEDEES Iff THE POST AND~ ADDEESS 'ifiSk .? ' Wlien you read this paprr, PAUSE-nt onv Ad-vCTliBcmtmt, rONWEK it oyer, THINK of it, and when you wake in tie morning you will ,concluae" 88 BVEBTTHING SENT EVEEI^HBB An 1 a Peoples' opplauso tells ur that OUR W ARES ARE GOOD, «»8 well as (JHEAP, that they minister to the bodily comfort as wtll as being calculated to impvovo tho condition of the. <an never command. We have friends who SWEAR .BY US n eery Hnciict, Township, City, and Hole and Corner Bueh Settlement in tho Colony, WHO STICK TO US LIKE WA tr aether its a small or big parcel that's want cc .we're up to time, and the Goods wo send are invariably what are wanted. Our talent for choosing savours of the marvellous, and a .PAIR .0 FULL OF FURNITURE is selected by our \vell-trainod and astute A6s'«tants, with a skill and precision th^t only gpj» $end for Patterns, Fashion Sheets and - -ice liste- We pay irainage or shipping freight to ...

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The Great Western. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

The Great Western. The Great Western mine has been under a cloud for the past few months, but as no systematic prospecting of the mine has been made, nothing is known of its resources. A hand to mouth profits from the commence- ment of dividing oil the profits as soon as obtained left the company without means to prosecute the search for new bodies of ore when the first shoot gave out. In my opinion there is a good body of ore in the mine which it will require time and capital to develop, as it is only fair to assume that the old shoot has taken a jump and will be found again if the search be made for it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. To Let. A FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE, with Kitchen, in Brisbane-street south ; half -acre buck yard. For particulars apply " LIBERAL " OFFICE. Joseph Williamson. IF JOSEPH WILLIAMSON, late of Cleckheaton (England), if living, or his legal representative if he be dead, will apply to the undersigned he will hear of something greatly to his advantage. A reward will be paid for legal proof of the death of the said Joseph Williamson. JOSHUA SCHOLEFIELD,   Pontefract, England. Notice. MRE. F. H. POOLEY, of DOUGLAS AND Co., Sydney, and Talbragar-street, Dubbo, is authorised to collect moneys due to the Dubbo Liberal, and his receipt will be sufficient discharge. W. WHITE, Manager. Municipal District of Dubbo. £2 REWARD. THE above reward is offered for infor- mation that will lead to the conviction of the person or persons who broke the top off street tree in front of Murray's Railway   Hotel, Talbragar-street. T, W. HEAYDON, Council Clerk. Dubbo, January ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Crown of Peak Hill [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

Crown of Peak Hill The Grown of 'Peak Hill is a lease of 20 acres situated on the top and eastern side of   Peak Hill. A large amount of work has   been performed, but, no lode of any size has yet been delivered. The mine requires     capital to assist its developments, as hereto- fore it has been worked under a system that requires all money to come out of the mine before expenses can be paid - in other words, a hand to mouth manner of working. It its understood that the company intend resuming active operations with the new year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

VITA LIT V RESTORED. CLV.JLKNLV TOXIC TO THE RESCUE. " TLIJKBNATUILE SK1XD RESTORER." B;;I\MS HACK- THE RUEOV HEAX.TH TO THi: WJiABY SYSTEM. A PK*I IVI? cure for (Jcnernl DI-WLITY, LIH'JL.IIILC. HEAD ICH , D LIV.'R, M 11, A'L L)IS?»«CS ARI ?!)(,' FROM N IMP >N*'L NORVNII« SYTFOM. ! LOCAL EVIDENCE THIS. I Mr, I'.. KIUTMN, LIOMLTWPRR, OIIM-I-MITOU W. H. PALING & CO., LTD. *" \ II » 4.W Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class PIANOS FIjfiLNO&t BY Steinway and Sons, Krard and Co., Julius Feurich, Uebel and L-^hloiter, Cnrl Eoko Govs and Kallmann, the "Victor," the ** RelUn?," &c. Also )jav« a largo and dele.: Block of ttll other ^vcll-known makers, snnh a« Colbird, Kiricrannn, Lipp, &cM *Sco. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Hade upon honour, mjM upon merit, known the \viV«l over. Tho bt*t and cheupebt. Over a quarter ul* a million already told. Boosey's Perfected Band Instruments Tho berst for tone, tune, find durability. H are teceivcd Firnt lrizo* at a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

Special Advertisements. [A CARD.] Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrick, Medical Officer Dubbo Hospital. Macquarie street, DUBBO Ask Your Doctor IF GILBEY'S DRY GIN Is not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., Agents, Sydney. Support Local Industry. Job Printing. Job Printing. GET YOUR JOB PRINTING DONE AT THE OFFICE OF THE DUBBO LIBERAL, The CHEAPEST and BEST in the District.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

---ENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. THE following Royal Mail Steampships belonging to the ORIENT and PACIFIC COMPANIES will leave SYDNEY at noon on the undermentioned dates for PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury) via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, calling at Naples and Gibraltar:- OROTAVA, 5552, R. Stubert, Jan. 15 ; ORUBA, 5552, J Lindsay Hay, Jan 29 ; AUSTRAL, 5524, F.M. Tuke, R.N.R., Feb. 12; CUZO, 3918, J.F.Anderson, Feb 26; OPHIR, 6910, J.F.Ruthven, M'ch 12; ORIZABA, 6077, A.W.Clarke, R.N.R., M'ch 30 And fortnightly thereafter. PASSAGE MONEY - Saloon, £60, £70. Second, £35, £37, £40. Third, £17 17s to £22. Return Tickets, £63, £105, £115. SALOON PASSENGERS allowed to brea their journey. Facilities are afforded for bringing on friends and relatives from London by the prepayment of passage money. MANAGERS G. GREEN and CO., and ANDERSON, ANDERSON and CO. Fencpurch-Avenue, E C. Full particulars on application to DAVID ANDERSON, General Manager in Australia. 48,...

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How Did They Die? [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

How Did They Die ? THERE are in England and Wales alone (says the HOSPITAL) 14,040 persons buried every   year concerning whoso death nothing is known. No doctor's certificate has been given in any of these cases ; no coroner's inquiry has been held ; no official knowledge of any kind has been available. For one reason or another 14,040 have been huddled into their graves quietly, secretly, and expedi- tiously as possible; but, so far as medical and judicial authorities of the kingdom know to the contrary, every one of the 14,040 may have been the victim of foul play.

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The Great Eastern [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

The Great Eastern This mine is held under Miner's Right title, and is an amalgamation of two quartz claims cf six men's ground each. There are no less than three payable shafts onthe claim and judging from present appearances the ore bodies are likely to last for a few years. The fortunate shareholders have every reason to congratulate themselves on the past record of the mine as well as on its future prospects. One remarkable feature in connection with this mine is that although the oxidised ores gave way to pyrites at 150 feet the returns of free gold per ton have not diminished since, and the gold now obtained is actually of a better quality than any produced from stone nearer the surface, it one time the gold only brought 73s per oz., but the latest mint returns gave a nett profit of 80s 3d .per oz. to the company.

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

Cricket. IN the cricket match against South Australia, the latter made 272 in their first innings, Darling being top scorer with 63 not out. K. Jones, however, was the sensational batsman, going in last, and in less than half an hour he rattled up 42 runs out of 48 put on by the last wicket. Victoria in their first innings made 181 ; Bruce made 56. In the second innings of South Australia one wicket was down for 69 when the stumps were drawn.

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HINTS TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

HINTS TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.   THE following suggested hints to those concerned in the management of friendly societies are taken from Mr. H. H. Hayter's "General Report on the Census of Victoria   1891" : - The following inportant facts, elicited from the returns, should be taken special note of by those who guide the operations of friendly societies, who, in view of them, will at once recognise the desirability of encouraging young men to join their ranks, and the, absolute necessity, if they are to remain   solvent, of accumulating funds before the   members advance in life. The census day being accepted as a normal one in point of the illness prevailing, the figures show that in this colony men between 20 and 30 years are liable to be laid up by reason of sickness or accident for something less than 3, and men between 30 and 40 for about 3¾ working days in the year ; whereas men between 40 and 60 would probably be laid up for 5...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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"NIGHT AND DAY." [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

"NIGHT AND DAY." IN the November number of NIGHT AND DAY, which extends to 20 pages, Dr. Bernardo supplies a more than usually striking series of details concerning that great work of child-rescue with which his Homes have for 28 years past been associated. Readers will turn with interest to the "Personal Notes",     which are such a feature of this journal, and they will not be disappointed. The rescue cases, illustrated with engravings from photographs, prove to demonstration how urgent is the necessity which still exists, even in these days when the children are coming into their rights, for the continued and extended labours of such institutions as Dr.Barnardo's.   It appears that the recently issued report for 1892-93 on convict prisons shows that the number of young convicts in England is considering ...... than formerly, and that "younger .....s are not coming forward to keep up the numbers of the convict popu- lation." Dr. Barnardo appe...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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DR. CAMIDGS INTER[?]D. (Tuesday's ADVOCATE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 January 1894

DR. CAMIDGE INTERVIEWED. (Tuesday ADVOCATE) In view of the departure of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Camidge Bishop of Bathurst, an ADVOCATE representative waited upon him yesterday at Bishop's Court, and obtained from him some particulars of the work done during the past six years. Out representa- tive found the distinguished subject of tins article walking in his garden under the shade of the trees that surround the house, admiring its beauties perhaps, as well as the magnificent new obtainable of the city. The mission of the reporter having been told him, Dr. Camidge led the way to his cosy study, and proceeded to relate his experiences, prefacing them with an amusing story of two Adelaide reporters who, immediately on his arrival in Australia from England, sought an interview with him for his impressions of Australia, before even he had touched terra firma. I commenced my work, he began, on January 1,1888, exactly six years ago to-day. From that time up to the present date I have &n...

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