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MR. W. B. WILKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
MR. W. B. WILKINSON. Mr. W. B. Wilkinson, who is a candidate for the position of Labour League represen- tative at the coming election, addressed a meeting of the electors at the Protestant Hall on Thursday evening. The chair was taken by Mr. E. Craig, chairman of the local branch of the Labour Electoral League, and about 100 persons were present, Mr. Wil- kinson received a good hearing, and was frequently applauded for his expression of opinion on the subjects under review. He announced the platform of the labour party, and commented on each 'plank." He &nbsp; advocated the abolition of the Upper House, &nbsp; and considered the proper check on hasty &nbsp; legislation would be the adoption of the &nbsp; referendum, dwelling at some length on the &nbsp; beneficial effects of this system on Swiss legislation. Referring important questions to the people for decision by this means would, be considered, remedy the evils caused by party Government...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
Special Advertisements. [A CARD.] Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrick Medical Officer Dubbo Hospital Macquarie street, DUBBO &nbsp; Ask Your Doctor 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 Didri-t.
NEVERTIRE NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THURSDAY, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
NEVERTIRE NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ) THURSDAY, January 25. AT last the drought has broken up. It started raining yesterday morning and kept on steadily nearly all day, and during last night we had two or three good showers. The heat now is very oppressive, and there is every indication of a good downpour. It was only just in time, as the country was beginning to look very bare, and there was no water except in the tanks. The rain has made very little water, an the ground was very parched ; but if it comes on anything like what it promises to we will have plenty. We are very unlucky with our bore ; work should have started at the beginning of the week, but owing to the boiler being damaged on the way from Sydney, they cannot start until they get some new parts. However, they expect to start in two or three days. The Enterprise Sawmill is now in full swing, and we wish the owner every success in his venture. I regret to report that our popular hotelkeeper, Mr. J. E. Kelly, ...
The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. The Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. The Holiday. TO-DAY being Anniversary Day, was observed as a close holiday. The weather was dull with slight rain. Legislative Assembly. In the Assembly last night Mr. See -stated that the Railway Com- missioners would be glad to re- ceive and considerproposals from &nbsp; persons for occupation of unused railway land. The Public Works Betterment Bill was introduced and read a first time. Methodism. The Primitive Methodist Assembly yesterday carried a motion in favour of the organisation of the different sections of Methodism in Australasia. They also intend to petition Parlia- ment to suppress gambling, and pre- sent professional book-makers and the sale of intoxicating drinks on race- courses. State Aid. A public meeting at Balmain last night resolved to urge the Govern- ment to raise a loan of £2,000,000 for settling people on the land, and for starting Government workshops.
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] &nbsp; SYDNEY, Thursday. ON Monday night the Womanhood Suffrage League held a meeting in Surrey Hills, and a large number attended to hear the ladies' views's as to their claim to be enrolled among the voters of the colony. As the fair sex are not yet accustomed to " o alone," they enlisted several of the "male persuasion " to &nbsp; &nbsp; assist them in advocating the light of women to vote. The versatile Thomas Walker, M.P., was one of their champions, and eloquently supported the proposal for the extension of the franchise, while Mr. Charlton, M.L.A., of South Australia, stated that he looked on the proponed vote for South Australian women as the most important "plank " in his party's platform. Thus &nbsp; encouraged, the ladies present enthusiasti- cally resolved to take every opportunity to keep the society before the public by canvass- ing and inducing women to attend public meetings. This may have t...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Gazette.) Annual Least 'Granted. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
OFFICIAL NOTTFICATIONS. (From the Gazette.) Annual Lease Granted. HENRY MUNCKTON, 32o Acres, county Lincoln, parish Dunedoo, rent £8 2s 6d. Revocation of Temporary Reserves. &nbsp; Land District of Dubbo : - It is Notified that the temporary reserve from sale of certain portions of land in the following leasehold areas have been revoked :- Murrumbidgerie, Eurombedah, Gamber &nbsp; Garaber, Cumbooglecumbong, Dundullimal, Bodangora and Murrumbidjrerie, Dandaloo, &nbsp; Wandoo Wandong, Weetmabah, Burraway, Balladoran, Bundemar, Terramungamine, South Balladoran, Bongeabong, Wamban- galang, The Spring's, Obella, Breelong. Withdrawal of Land from Sale Portion No. 10, parish Mount Foster, county Gregory, to have been sold on March 14, 1894. &nbsp;
Novel Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
Novel Advertising A novel method of advertising now being practised by a Syd- ney firm, by way of having a lad lying in bed in one of their shop windows, brought them some trouble on Tuesday, when one of the large panes of the value of twenty pounds was broken. About a quarter to ten a man about 5ft 10in in height, and weighing, probably, 14st or 15st, was passing along the pavement, and seeing the youngster in the bed he walked up to the window, and saying in a loud voice, '' Get up, you lazy ---- , it's time you were up ; I have to get up, and go and look for work," de- &nbsp; liberately smashed one of the panes. The boy was very much scared, and naturally so, as &nbsp; fragments of glass flew around him in all directions, and he saw the fellow brandishing the iron bar about. The man was immediately seized, and con- veyed to the back of the premises, where he was de- tained until a policeman arrived, when he was given into custody. In reply to the charge of break- ...
Bank Terrorism. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
Bank Terrorism The following letter appeared in the EVENING NEWS of Tuesday : -" Sir, - Would you allow me to draw public attention to a species of terrorism now being practised by some of the recon- &nbsp; structed banks towards their clients in the country districts. The thing is done by country managers, presumably at the direction of higher authority. I will give a case in point within my own knowledge, and can say that many other cases of a similar character have occurred and are occurring. B is indebted to the banks for four thousand pounds on a property worth twenty-five; thousand pounds. He gets a &nbsp; note saying the bank would like his produce to be sent to such-and-such a firm in Sydney. Having been well treated all through by his own agents, B objects to alter, whereupon he receives a peremptory order &nbsp; that he must do it, or be pre- pared for foreclosure. Seeing that the bank under their re- construction schemes, have prac- tically confisc...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 27 January 1894
Local and General News. POLICE COURT. - There has been no business of importance at the police court since our last issue. CRICKET. - The team which opposed Dubbo at Orange on Anniversary Day was as follows :- Bonnor, Lee, Hayes, Colquhoun, Moulder, Gardiner, Day, Phillips, Kinghorn, Jacobs, and Mackie. THE FLOUR HILL. - Immense quantities of wheat have been arriv- ing all the week, and the mill's storage resources are fully taxed. The first floor produced this week was carefully tested by experts, and pro- nounced superior to any other manu- factured in the West. PALING'S CHRISTMAS ANNUAL. - This publication is, as usual, a collection of old and new favourite songs and pianoforte pieces, and is fully up to the high standard attained in previous &nbsp; years. It is well printed, and is a marvel of cheapness, as it can be obtained at the low price of one shilling. REVISION' COURT.- The Municipal Revision Court, adjourned from Tuesday, was held on Thursday, when the following ...
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 31 January 1894
STOCK MOVEMENTS. Coonamble, January 2G.-The following are the stock movements:-1600 mixed fat cheep from Sandy Camp lo Horoebnsh, via Dubbo, G. Husking owner, and in charge ; 600 mixed store cattle from CunuamnllH to Dubbo, Gobi) and Cn. owners, E. Gardener in charge ; 12.000 wetliern from Cur.namnlU to Dubbo, Cobb and Co. owners, II. Major in oharge ; 700 mixed cattle from Woolerina to Dandallimal, Dablio, X. Baird owner, Baird ill chargu ; 530 bullocks from Berchall Creek, Queensland, travelling south, Bero cistle in charge; 3100 fat wethers from Tourable to HamebaKh, Landers Bro*. owners, Milligttu in r.barra : 3400 wethere from Nelgnwrie to Maryvitle, Wellington. VBeckett Bros, owners Wood in charge; 6000 mixed sheep from Boorooma to Aberdeen Freezing Go's works; 2009 fat sheep from Calga to Homebosh, Eyder Bros, owners, (Jibba in chance. Warren, January 21st-190 fat bollonks from Bnckiinnruy to Bathnrst, Cobb and Co. evuere, J. tjfcherf in charge. 22nd-19S bullocks from Mane st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 31 January 1894
TTO'WlSr PRICES FOR OOTJISTTR^" BUTERS I POP YOUR QEDEES W TEE POST AHD ADDRESS TEEM AS UNDEE. 1J^en you read this paper, PAUSE at our Advertisement, POJfDER it'over, THINK of it, and when you wake in lie morning von will conclude tJial the People it brings under notice are- your iflest and Truest* Frimd? EYERYfiHING RENT EVBETWHBBB. Send forJPatterns, PaBhion Sheets and . -ice Lietg. We pay trainage or shipping freight to any Railway Station or Portia New South Wales on all parcels of the value of £210s and upwards* except Esrniture> Ironmongery, Crockery and Glass, Grocery, Toys, Harness, Floorcloths, Bedsteads and Bedding, and other Heavy and Bulky GoodB. TJniversal 3?i Dviders, 2?alaoe Emporium, Haymarket (only), SYJDJSTJllY (close to the Tr&ailway Station.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 31 January 1894
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 31 January 1894
Local and General News. DISTMCT OOITBT, -His Honor Judge Docker will preside over tho District Court, which commences its sitting this morning, HOBSES AND VEHICLES.-Mr. E. N. Blacket will sell by auotion, to-day at two o'clock, at Mr. li. Edwards's livery stable yards, 45 hend of horses, with vehicles and harness. The whole may be inspected this morning at the yard. A WEU-EAnuED HOLIDAY.-On Monday afternoon the Yen. Arch deacon Wilson left for Sydney by the mail train, and will probably remain in the metropolis for a fortnight. BDGGT ACCIDENT. - Mrs. T. H. Purvis, of the Courthouse Hotel, was driving in her buggy on Saturday across the traffic bridge, when the vehicle collided with a bullock WAg^on. Mrs Purvis, her infant, and Miss Purvis, were thrown oat of the buggy, but fortunately beyond a severe shaking, without serious injury. The force of the impact was so great that one wheel of the buggy was completely smashed. The horse was pored by a bullock so severely that the animal di...