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DISTRICT NEWS. MITCHELL'S CREEK. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 January 1894

DISTRICT NEWS. MITCHELL'S CREEK. [FROM OWN OUR CORRESPONDENT.]     BEAUTIFUL weather for the last fortnight, just like spring. The country around gives one the impression that it is so. During 10 days rain fell at intervals, nearly five inches being registered. Grass looks like a barley paddock, and there should be a good supply for the coming winter. I regret to have to report the death of Mr.   B. M'Hugh, school teacher. Deceased was only 27 years of age, and a son of Mr. M'Hugh, of Mary vale. Pneumonia was, I believe, the causa of death. His body was brought from Armidale to Wellington for interment. Mr. A. Keusett, teacher of the Windor public school has been removed to Wilbertree, near Mudgee. Mr. Blair takes his place. Mr. John Haynes, M.P., spoke at Daviesville last Sunday. He announced himself as a candidate for Wellington electorate, and advocated freetrade, land tax, and mining on private properly. He said he was a freetrade labour de...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Wasp Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 January 1894

Wasp Stories. WHILE Mr, Cook, a farmer, at Wistow, iu Huntingdonshire, was drinking a glass of ale he inadvertently swallowed a wasp. As his throat immediately, began to swell, medical aid was   obtained and a silver tube was   inserted to prevent suffocation,   but this was only averted with   the greatest difficulty.     A performer in the Pierrot     Mincrels was singing in the open air at Shaukin Eugland,     a gong entitled "He wore a     worried Look,'' when two wasps     hovered round. He brushed one away, giving particular   emphasis to the words "worried   look." The other wasp flew di- rectly - into the performer's mouth, and stung him in the   throat. He was at once re- moved to a doctor's.   A proclamation has been issued declaring kaolin to...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 January 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. Dubbo Hospital. THE following gentlemen are appointed to COLLECT SUBSCRIPTIONS in Aid of the DUBBO HOSl'ITAL for 1894, and will call on Subscribers during this and the following month, when the Committee of Management anticipate the usual liberal support, accorded by the public to this charitable local Institution : DUBBO : Macquarie street - Messrs, Taylor and Samuels. Talbragar and Church streets, and interven- ing cross streets - Messrs. Wilkinson and Links. Wingewarra street, and Bultge street, and intervening cross streets - Messrs. Boland and Simpson. All streets north of Bultge street and New town - Messrs R. J. J. Ryan and Sillar. All streets north of Railway Line - Messrs Brown and Kitchen. Minore - Mr. E. H. Utley. Narromine - Mr O'Neill. Trangie - Messrs, Lindsay and Muller. Nevertire - Mr. Ross. Tomingley, The Myall, and IPeak Hill Messrs. T. Ring, M. Goldrick, and N.   Muller. Nyngan - Mr. J. L. Byrne. E. J. STEVENS, Secretary. Whylandra Rac...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 January 1894

Local and General News. FIRE AT GILGANDRA. - On Thursday night Mr. Hall's store at Gilgandra was destroyed by fire. The loss was partly covered by insurance. MUNICIPAL GROUP. - A framed group of photographs, executed by Mr. Bursle, was presented to the Council on Monday night. It contains the Mayor and the eight other aldermen, and the Council Clerk, the manager of the Gas Works, and the Inspector of Nuisances. DEATH OF ARCHDEACON BENSON. - The Ven. Archdeacon Wilson on Tuesday received a telegram from Dr. Camidge, Bishop of Batharst, to the effect that Archdeacon Benson died on Monday night. No particulars as to the cause of death have yet been received. FRIDAY'S DIVISION. - In the division on Mr. G. H. Reid's amendment to the address-in-reply, Mr. R. Booth and Mr. James Morgan voted with the Government, and Mr. A''Beckett against. PETTY SESSIONS AT TRANGIE. - It is notified in Friday's GAZETTE that a Court of Petty Sessions has been established at Trangie, within the Dubbo Police ...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 January 1894

NOTES AND COMMENTS. THE political campaign was locally opened on Saturday night last, when Mr. Richard Davidson, an old identity of the town, made his appearance as a nominated candidate for the position of representative of the Dubbo Elec- toral League. About 200 people listened good-temperedly to Mr. Davidson's diatribe against capi- talists and the members of the Upper House, whom the speaker abused in good set terms - much to the satisfac- tion of a small section of his audience. There is to be found in every gather- ing of this description a few who will applaud such nonsense as "teaching capitalists their proper place by every working man in New South Wales refusing to work for twelve months." Persons who ad- vance ideas of this nature carefully abstain from expressing an opinion as to what would be the position of the workers before the twelve months' holiday had expired. Then again, does Mr. Davidson himself believe the truth of the statement he put be- fore his audience on ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 January 1894

THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA . Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835. Paid-up Capital .. .. .. .. £1,600,000 Reserve Fund (of which £500,000 is invested at 2¾per cent, con-     sols at 95) .. .. .. .. .. .. £800,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietors under the Charter .. .. .. ..£1,900,000 £4,000,000 DUBBO BRANCH Highest Current Rates allowed on Fixed Deposits. Advances made on liberal terms upon the ensuing clips of wool. All usual banking business transacted JOHN W. SILLAR, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. THE following Royal Mnil Steamships bnlnniriofr to flic ORIENT and I'ACI Ktc COMPANIES will leave SYDNEY at noon nn (lie undermentioned d ites for TLYWlUTIi atu LONDON (Tilbury! Via Melbourne. Adelaide, Albany. Colombo, and the Suez Canal, nailing at Naples ail Gibraltar . OllUHA fiivj ;.l Lindsav Ifav ., '-'ft AUSIRAL ' 'joil jK. M. Tuke",!Feb. 12 R K.U. CV7.no ' 3')I8 !.T. V. Anderson ,. 26 OPiilil 8910 J. F. Rnthrni M'oli 12 OltIZ iB.V (>077 !A....

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 January 1894

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. THE town of Jeremie, in Hayti, has been partially destroyed by fire, and 6000 inhabitants rendered homeless. An Anarchist magazine, containing sufficient powder to destroy the town, has been discovered at Leibenkirchen, in Prussia. The death is announced of General Mollinet, the ablest survivor of the older French millitary officers, at the age of 96 years.

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Freetrade Wanted in Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

Freetrade Wanted in Mildura. A P A it j > i A he n ta k y board, ap pointed by tho Victoria^ Parlia ment to inquire into the effect of the present fiscal system upon industry and trade, has been sitting at Mildura. There can bo no question that the Mil ?duriaus ought to be excellent judges of the effect of protection upon the articles they produce, since their products are not safeguarded by mere 10, or 20, or even &') per cent tariffs, but by imposts running up as high as 30U per cent. If, therefore, prosperity lies in the direction ? of high protection, the people of Mildura should be among the most prosperous and contented on the face of the earth. It would seem, however, that they are neither the one nor the other, and that, as will be seen from the evidence of the settlers examined by the board, they are hostile to the present tariff, and cry out for intercolonial freetrade and wider markets.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

tTCJWISr PRICES FOIFL CQU3STTRT' BU"r"ERS I POP YOUE OP.DEES IK THE POST AND ADDRESS THEM AS UNDER. When you read this paper PAUSE ;it our Advertisement, PONDER it over, THINK of it, and vlien you wake in the morning you will conclude thai, the People it brings under notice are your "Beet and Truest Friend HIVE BATHING SENT EVBBIWHJ5EB. And a Peoples' applause tells as that OUR W ABES ARE GOOD, M well an (!HEAP, that they minister to the bo'lily comfort as well as being calculated to improve the condition of tho miod by inducing that Peace and Prosperity which High Prices and Shoddy Commodities; «an never command. We have Friftiids who SWEAl? 35V Li? .3 e^ery Hau/icr, Township, City, and Hole and Corner Bush Settlement in the Colony, WHO STICK TO ITS LIKE WAX, and SEND TO US FOR EVERTHTNG, because (ee never disappoint because Whether ite a email or big parcel that's want <C ,we're up to time, and the '*oodn w« send are invariably what are wanted. Our talent for choomug sa...

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MR. COPELAND'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

MB. COPELAND'S POSITION, IN the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday evening Mr. Hindlo gave notice for Thursday afternoon that he would more,-" That the action of the Government iti connection with the conduct, resignation, and reinstatement of the Minister for Lands, merits the con demnation of this House." Mr. CHICK, lining shortly afterwards, said: I should like to ask the head of the Government as to what course they propose to take in regard to the motion of censure of which notice has just been given by Mr. Hindle. Do they intend to take that motion seriously as one of censure ? Sir Gkorok DIBBS : I intend to take no notioe of the motion whatever until it comes up Cot discussion ? Mr. Crice : Then you will not adjourn pending tie discussion. Sir Gbobob DIBBS : Certainly not. Mr. Qahrasd ; Sou will not prorogue over it f This interjection naturally created con siderable amusement. When Mr. Hindle gave notice in the Assembly on Wednesday night that be intended asking the House to ...

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

; INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH Tho Intercolonial Crioket Matoh started to-day. The wicket was; besry, owing to reoent". showery weather. The attendance wan about 12,000. Viotoria won the toss and dccided to send Sydney to the wickets. Scares: New South Wales-First innings. Murdoch, b M'Leod ... Callaway, o Trott, b M'Leod ... Uoseo, o Trutnble, b M'Lood ... Ircdale, c Walters, b Trumble Donuan, c Trott, b M'Leod ... Macpherson, st Blackham, b M'Lood Turner, o Trott, b M'Leod Newell, c Trott, b M'Leod .. Coningbani, run out .. W. Moore, o Worrall, b Trumble Gregory, not out .. Suudries Victoria-First ioniug?. Walters, run out Harry, c Murdoob, b Newell .. Trott, c Iredalc, b Turner Laver, b Turner .. ,, Stuckey, si Moore, b Turner ,, Wurrsll, a Turner, b Newell Urahuis, c Moses, b Neweil BlaokhBm, st. Moore, b Turner Trumble, c Iredale, b Turner ... Phillipn, b Turner ... M'Lood, not ont Sundries .. .. Now South Wales-Second Innings. Murdoch, a Worrall, b Trumble ... 9 Urogory I b w, ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

'.» ' 1D»Corr»pon*»M«. V iAWKSmow to idie following' ralei m«y wve'a fgwd :iUM aftronble ir diiiippointmetit. ' . Witb erery oomraanioation niunt be sent ti>e mim ' and *ddresa of the writer,- not J -M<Ms«iinrHyi.>rpnbUoation, but aangnara&tee ofgoodfriitb ^otherwise, no attention can be (J)»id totba letter, Bejeotednominiinicatioiis trill not be .JBtnrnnd. The writora should keep drafu or repSea. We olnim the riirtit to excise anything v which, we ileem objectionable from letters ; - and correspondents who decline to accede to ? that oonrnfl can my no when they send their Jlattata.^'iShould wa find correction neoesmry, Va33Hfcheffi oiroum»tance» the letters will not In ptfblwTied in the LIBERAL. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive <?yer*onMlities, aie two things which we ?".peaially commend to the notion of cones "'immlenbi, if tliny wish to be certain that ' their communications mil be accepted by y. Enquiries on matters unconnected with * ...

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

CABLEGRAMS, Loxpox, Thursday A 'Frbncu column has seised Tim buctoo, in the African Sahara. It is uuderstood that the action is in response ho .the aggressive colonial part<y in France. The Emperor William of Germany lias invited Prince Bismarck to attend bis birthday fete ak, Berlin to-morrow, Jabez Balfour has obtained a writ .calling upon the Argentine Govern ment to legally justify their action in Authorising his arrest and imprison ment. A I/ondon detective who has teen sent the Argentine Republic lias Bis separate warrants to arrest Balfour. A passenger train collided yester day with a petroleum train at Sa mara, in Russia. Both trains caught fire, and 15 passengers were burned to death. Through the neglect of wardens 50 .convicts have eso&ped from the State prison at Nashville, Tennessee, America. Over a thousand mines have already been registered on the gold fluids of Matabeleland. The prospects obtained are said to be very rich. LATEE. Sir Gerald Portal, ...

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Open Column. THE PROPOSED LAND TAX. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

Open Column. [Correspondence is invited on matters of' looul interest. It must be diatinotly under stood thut we ure not responsible for the views depressed ia letters under this beading] THE PROPOSED LAN3* TAX, {To ihf Editor ) Sir,-The subjoined figures,.-wliioh h&ie been kindly furnished to me by Mr. Coghlan, will, I think, prove interesting to your renders. They completely dispose ol tlie idea that a land tax upon, unimproved lead values will fall liftavily upoa our farming classes-an idea, which cotw only be hoDest»y entertained by thorw who confuse " unim proved " value with "capital" value. The» term "ground value" inight,,I think, he conveniently substitute! fur- *' unimproved value*' although the latter is the more oorrect term, in oldv that* everyone niiyHt see at a glance that the proposed Ur- is iu j tended to fall upou the increment of value given- to loud by ibe community at largo find not hy the exertions of any owner. Thi* "groimd value" or "unimproved value,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

CATARRH, HAT FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS. A NEW UOMK TEBATMEHT. Sofprbebs are not generally aware that these diseases are contagious, or that they are due to the prawuve oF living parasites in the lining membrane of the nuee and euntacbian tubes. Microscopic research, however, has oroved this to be a fact, and the result is that a simple remedy has been formulated wheieby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cured by a fe<r simple appliuations made at home by the patient once in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining his new treatment is sent on receipt of 2&d. stamp by A. Hottor Disos. 43 and 15 East Bloor St. TORONTO, Canada TO THE DEAF.-A. <Jeatleman who cured hitnself of Deafness and Noises in tbB Head, after fourteen yeazt' suffering, will gladly aaad toll particulars of t&e ' ». 4&mss: HE&BEBT

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

W. U. PALING & CO., LTD mm® ^ kj r/ Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class ^XjaJ^ffOSS jPIAWOS BY Steinway and Sons, Erard and Co., »Tu»iiiR Fcuricb, lAbcl and Lcchlritcr, f'arl Ecko Giirs and Kallmaun, the " Victor/* the ,l IMIinpr." &3. Also hnvo a large and selue stock of all other *velU known makers eueh as Collurd, Khkmann. Lipp, &c., l'c. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. M&de upon honour, Bold upon merit, known the \\< r'd over. Tlio b»-nt aud cheapest. Over a quarter of a million inre^dy wjld. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The best for tone, tun?, nnd durability, Ii Hte meived Biist 1 mth at all KxM 1 iti< W. H. PALING aud Co., limited, gmranteo all their inHtrumente. Tbeir piinciplc ha beca to supply only thor»iUf£h]y reliable instrument;:, and they have now the lur^a Pt«oo and Music biieine*** in Australia. The fcteriin^r qualities of their Piano* ha been abnndantlv proved by lon^ nnd varied experience in the!*; cnhi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

REQUISITION. TO Alderman S^Phiffips, J.P. E. the undersigned Electors of the New Electoral District of Dubbo, taking into consideration the Valuable services rendered bo the tovo and district during your 14 years' continuous term of office as | Alderman, and also jour liboral views on idl public questions and sound practical knowledge of tVe wants of the district, request you to allow yourself to be Nominated as a Candidate st the ensuing General Election, and we pledge our selves to do all in our power to ensure your return. JAS. G. BBOWN, Permanent Chairman of Committees. THOS. A. GBAHAM, Hon. Sec. [Hero follow signatures of 310 Electors.] To the gentlemen signing the above requi sition : Gentlemen, - The representative char acter of the requisition which you have done mu the honour to present has induced me to comply with your wish, and I have much pleasure in consenting to be nominated as a candidate for the electoral district of Dubbo at the forthcoming general election. I than...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

THE BftfiK ?F AUSTRALASIA. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835. Paid-up Capital £1,600,000 Reserve Fund (of which £500,000 imnv rtedat 2J per coat. oon solu ni, 95} .. .. .. £800,000 Liability of Proprietors .uudcr the Charter .. .. £1,'>00,000 £1,000,000 DUBBO BRANCH Highest Cnrront liitea allowed oa Fixoil 'DepofiitB. Advuncog made oa liWtl terms upon thn fenmiug clips of wool. 411 usual braking- business transacted JOHN W. BILLA.E, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. THE following Koynl Mnil Stonnuhips Ihilwiiirint; to ttio ORIENT nnd PACIFIC COMPANIES wiiiwvoSYHNHV st- !i1) )11 oit ttie undermentioned diitun for TLY.UOUXII und LONDON (Tilbury) viu Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Cfciul, oalliujj at Naples 'in Gibraltar ? ORUIU A US V RAX, nuzco flOPiilK ORIZABA. .11118 <><110 U077 J Liiidnav Il ij U1. SR. Tuke, R N.K. J. F. Anderson T. F. Ruth von A. W. Clarke, R.N.R. 20 M'eli 12 Au4 lortni^hlly thereafter. PASSAGE M ON EY-S...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, January 27, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wiiturdu;, Jauuarjr £9,1894. "THE scries of articles that ate beiug published iti the DAILY TELEGRAPH on the frozen meat; trade iiave excited great attention &mong all -who arc interested ia tbe development of this ipdaetry. Mr. C. Featherstouhaugh in these articles lias placed before the psblic facts and figures -which, while showing the importance of the trade that will yet become Australia's greatest source of -wealth, preve conclusively that much remains to be accomplished before Australian meat can be placed on the j markets of the world in a manner that will secure the rig&tg of the producer. It is pointed oat iha"h the Australian meat trade is in England iu vol red in a "cycle of fraud, beginning at the ship's side, and terminating at the London dinner* table." In jevery possible manner the meat, exporter has been victimised, and (he fraudulent system that has been pursued in the Home market in connection with the sale...

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THE COMING ELECTION. MEETING OF MR. S. PHILLIPS' SUPPORTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894

THE COMING ELECTION.     MEETING OF MR. S. PHILLIPS' SUPPORTERS. A MEETING was held at Purvis's Court House Hotel, on Wednesday evening, for the purpose of presenting Mr. Simeon Phillips with a requisition inviting him to contest the forthcoming election for the new electorate of Dubbo. Mr. J. G. Brown occupied the chair, with Mr. T. A. Graham acting as secretary, and the large room was crowded with an assemblage representative of every clues in the community. A letter was read from Mr. W. C. A'Beckett, expressing regret that he could not attend the meeting, and his pleasure that Mr. Phillips was to be invited to contest the election. Other letters were revived from supporters of Mr. Phillips who were unable to be present. The Chairman opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement convening the meeting. He said the object of the meeting was to present Alderman Simeon Phillips, J.P., with the requisition he held in his hand, and which bore over 300 sig...

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