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

W. H. PALING & CO., LT D Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class PIANOS BV &leit>w<ty and Soub, lfrard and Co., OuliuH Fcuricli, Uebel and Lechleiter, Carl Kcke Gore and Kallmann, the''4 Victor," th<- " lulling," Also have a larco and eeloc ptocJc of other s^ell-known makers, aunli n» Collard, Kirkmann, Lipp, 6cc.t 6tv, ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Made upon honour, wild upon merit., known the world over. The best and cheapest. Over a quarter of a million already sold. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The'best for torn?! tune, nod curability. H me mnui! HIM Pi)2«fc nt nil Exbi 1 ifiV W. H. PALING and Co , Limited, jruaranteo all their ingtrumen te. Their principle ha hecu t»» supply only thoroughly reliable iortruraenls, and they have now the JargeB Piatio and Mimic bufiinehw in AuMrulia. The Ptrrlinjr qualities of their Pianos ha beeu abundantly proved by long and varied expcsiencc in theso colonies. Their large battf news ana ample it-p...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Christian Electors. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

Christian Electors. "Tun purpose of the Christian Electors' A esociation is all right. It would be an excellent thing to have a Parliament composed entirely of Christians if they had, in addition to the moral and religious attii Imtes which *tfie term indicates, sevr.i I nthcr qualities essential to useful law making. Honest-hearted and ?clean-living men. who desire to do what is right, would be ideal legislators if they knew what to do and were all agreed about its being right. The " deep need of Parliamentary re orm," which the association refers to, is visible enough, but uot so visible as to give any reason to think that they can do much to supply what is missing. fl he most sincere of professing Christians, for instance, might insist upon protective duties which will deprive the stomachs and denude the backs of the just and the unjust, as completely as though they had been imposed ,bv scoffer? and winebibbers' whos?e whole lives v»eiv as those of the leasts that ju'rish. That i...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Disastrous Fire in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

Disastrous Fire in China,. jNEWS o¥ a terrible fire at Niugpo, t3bina, ivsuithig in the deaths of between tivo and three hundred women andvjhildren was received in Sydney this week by the steamer Airlie, It appears <hat the annual theatrical per formance of the first day of tlie 11th moon in honor of the gods was being given in a temple on the settlement, and was attended by upwards of -four hundred people. The people were en joying themselves generally, smoking, eating, chatting, and drinVingjtea, iAmoug the crowd was a boy. Who was smoking a cigarette, which lie threw away in a hfeap af straw at the foot of j the staircase" leading to the upper storey of the temple. The straw quickly blazed up, and. burning the staircase, prevented the ^people getting out. Of course, there was a general rush to escape. Some were trampled to death, others jumped out of the window's, and were cither killed or so badly injured that J they were unable 1o escape the flames and so perished, w...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

.3?o wnsr prices i? or cqttiq''1'R^ butters - * POP YOUR ORDERS IK THE POST AKD ADDRESS TEEM AS UNDER. , ,. l> itlRF at our Advertisement, PONWEIi it over, THINK of it, and vim y..u wail' in the morning jou irill conclude, thai tlio People It tangs under notice are your l?«t nnd liuort FriMid When you ted tapaper, PAUSE at om Advertemenl. x . > ' apjjjtri BYEBIWHBBE. . . vi- n,T A T?f norm « «* fJH EAP. that thev minister to the Wttly comfort as well as beingealouiatedto improve the ^^twn of '^Olt Ey^rSa.^becS^ >J- ,J *-» vrvijf j-vwuuiij^/, *-»V» - _ i to time, and the Ponds wo send are invariably what are wanted. Our talent for choosing savours of the marvellous, ana u x , FULL OF FUBNTTURE is selected by our well-trained and astute Assistants, with a skill and precision that only experience can give. Send for Patterns, faehiou Sheets and . "ice Lists. We pay trainage or shipping freight to any Railway Station or Port in New South Wales on all parcels of the value of £2 1...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thuredav. uuina will remain neutrm in aoj" future negotiations between Great 'Britain and Bueeia with regard to the i Pamirs. The TIMES, commenting upon the reported intention of "Mr. 'Gladstone to retire from the Government, say a that though the announcement, may be premature, the Premier's plain Ad mission of failing strength, is eerioua. Over six inches of.rain were registered It; Trunkey from Friday'to Sunday last week. The areata >were all -flooded, and feooca, gardens, and .potato and oorn oropa des troyed. ?If youiwaut one to cut your lair, VVnd dnss it nut ail J triut, To Ltno'a fiiUooc you ahoulil repair, A trial ffUeto him. In North Gippclaud, Victoria, 318 head of' cutile and .7.5 owes liave been seised for alleged evasion ot the stock tax. At present there are niue persona in the Dob tors' uPrianii nt Darlinghuiat, the amount at their .indebtedness tanging from £5 to £22u. A Brazilian insurgent warship at lUo de Janeirp, .under Admiral da (Jama, f...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUE SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

Tlje Latest Telegrams. FHOM OUE SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WA1ES. SfDN'BV. Friday. Owing to anticipating a short sup ply of sheep next weet, the market was a shade firmer. Wethers, 3s fid to 7s 9d. Cattle,-470 were yarded, and the market was better. Beef, 12s per 1001b. In the Assembly last night, Mr. Danaliey having withdrawn his objection to the presence of strangers, the Treasurer made his financial state meut with open doorB. Ho announced that the deficiency of 1892 and previous years was £1,200,000, and he proposed to ask for Trea sury bills to cover the amount. Tho receipts last year were nearly £708,000 less than for 1892, but the colony was living within its income, There remained a surplus in excess of expenditure of £69,4)83. The de crease in expenditure as compared with 1892 was £1,253,000. The estimated revenue for this year is nearly £9,852,000, being an increase of £111,700- The expenditure will be £9,729,000, being an increase of £5x,00l) on last year's expenditure. A f...

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 February 1894

NEURALGIA, NERVOUSNESS, TOOTHACHE, WEAKNESS AND GENERAL DEBILITY QUICKLY AND POSITIVELY CURED BY CLEMENTS' TONIC WHICH RESTORES THE VIGOR, SNAP, AND HEALTH OF YOUTH. Mm. Ann Dick«nn, milk vendor, Minmi, M.8.W , who writes on Febnuiry lO, 1893 : -I haru been a victim of dyspepsia for over three years. I had awntte headache*, pain* ;n the stomach, and also in the left «iitie. No matter how liplit the food w«s of which I liad partaken, I was unable to digest it. I tried doctors, and also nearly every adver tised cure, but without relief. My attenliou via drawn (n the wonderful cures per formed by Cleiuenti' Tonic. I tried it, with the <n<«t gratifying rettlts. Before I had finished the tii>t bottle I rtjilM inv appetite, and improved then daily. When I feel any eyinptom if the old cotnplniut. I fly to CiomeuiV Toi.ic, which give* me instant relief. If this letter will benefit y<iu iu any wsy, you are at liberty to make what iiss yon lik« of it.-I rem...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. (From Friday's Bathurst Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

Tirji jHXtt'XJirt r. rta tux ext. (From r.idnv'e Bat-huwt AilvociTE.) . -,1s ttio Assembly I'lst nighr, afiir itie disposal ill u»mB imunrinnt liumu-jmi. u |jnn (liu Yn jil"tl of Hun. JoImi See, Colonial Treasurer, tUe Hsuou reajUed itself iuio a G.itnmittue of Ways &ud Mt&ne. ilm. iTuhu Sjc then commenced to deliver hie Supplementary Finanuiul Statement. Mr. Dinahey tlrew ' tlio attention of the lluute to tlid presence of ?strangers in the galleries, which were cleared, bet finally after u quarter of an hour ro ?' opt'tied. 'The Hon. John Sao said ho only had to Amplify: the 'budget statement made tiy t»ir George'Dibbs iu October lant, when the 1 lPr«mier,'ftutinipatod that the duficluuoy fur ' 1892 arid*l>ra»ious yearn would bo Chore had, however, been*, saving to the .imount 'of EIOI,2t8, ami mi the actual "deficiency was inly £1,198,322. Un pro posed to art the authority «f I lie House to prepare Trn;\n,iry iiillw to cover tliia defi ci'iucy, and ho olose the ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

IF YOU WANT -I m PEOPLE 77/£ QUBBO LIBERAL T0 ; Has the Largest KNOW i £oca^ 0F-_- i Circulation, ANYTHING-1 Daily Increasing. THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER THE DUBBO LIBERAL, ANJ> MACQUARIE ADVOCATE, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MOEN1KG, Contains the Latest Co'onial and Intercolonial Telegrams, Cablo grams, Local and General News. Wi: hep to dra>v the attention of our constituents to the terms of Subscription under the now management, which cauie into force on the 1st, January, 18!IH, viz.: Pel- A nnum, in advance JE1 0 0 Per Half-year, in advance 0 10 (I Per Quarter, in advance ... ... 056 Per Quarter, if booked 0 0*! Single Copies 0 0 3 As the LIBERAL is now conducted on liroad principles, and the circulation is daily increasing, wo can recommend business people to give it a trial as an advertising medium. The terms for ordinary advertisements are: Single Column: 8s. for the first inch, anil Is. Gd. for each additional inch, each publication. Double Column Advertisements : ...

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

THE BANK OF AUSTflALASIA. Incorporated by Roy*' Oh»ii#i' M'5 > P«d-,PCa^l.r~r ..-£».600,000 Jl<<eerve Fond (of ffbioh £600,000 i. i.t «t«l at 2! °°n' , ... £800,(MM) £1,000,000 DUBBO BRANCH Highest Ourrifl* Rates allowed on Fixed ^"la^'ces fnnrio on liberal tcnna upon tho "&l7uBaafbftnWng'ba«ine5fl transacted JOHN W. SILLAlt, M&uagor. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. TliK following Royal Mnil Steamships Iwlougiuic to 11,0 OltlENT «"1 PACIFICCOMPANIES will leave.SYDNEY at Bonn nn 11)0 undermentioned datns for l'LYMOCTTrt- and LONDON (Tilbury) via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and tho Suae Canal, oalhug at Naples an Gibraltar ? AUSTRAL """552? F M. '1'dku, Veil. 12 RN.H. J. F. Anderson .. 2G J. F. Rutbeeu M'oli 12 A. W. Clarke, ,, 30 , K.N.R. .OKOl'A 0057 |E li Lavingto" April t CtTZCO MIS ?OVIUlt <>ai° .ORIZABA | 0077 Ami fortnightly thereafter. *' via Hobsrt. MSSAGK mokey-**-. Third, £17 17s to £22. Return Tickets, £6...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

am HYDXF.R LETTER. [FkoM OUR OWX CoilllESMNDEST,] Std*kt. Thursday. WuzsP.vnlii.mont assembled last. Tuesday Mr. Ndild'tdrew uttuntion to tho fact that tlie EVENING N f.ws had »t»'ed, in effect, that 80lr.a"mBBibera of tin? House we-* diunltards and gamblers, and for these purposes used tho i'nriiitoientary refri-slimi-nt chamber. This wfts> much {or oven tho loug sutfcriug, tyibbs-iirireu legislators to submit to without protest, so the time i of the country was wasted in discussion as to liaw tho writer should be brought to book. One suggestion after another was rejected by tho Spc.ikor as being beyond thu power xsf tbu UOUBK, bnt at 'last Mr. Crick pointed tho Tray out of tho difficulty, and it wits resolved to summon Mr. Hoguu, tho NEWS editor, to the 'bar of tho Houso, and demand from him the namo of tho writer of the paragraph. tSir Geo-ge, who probably lias a fallow-fooling for anyone who attempts to insult tho House, wished tho matter to bo ignored; but for onco hud tn .s...

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THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

THE PJtGZEX .VKA1' TJIADK, Tar fif'h <->f Mr. C. Knttmnitonhansfh's articles on tho froceu meal tr.ido contains I the following " Jumbiick," f-orac yearn ago, in Olie of I his luttora to a S.jf. Ji '.il.-ind daily. | montionud having hoard fioiit n friend who had just interVII'wed a L-jifienhall butcher. The aaja butcher. in rcpiy to ;i <ju-;stioti as to the prospaots of frosau meAt, stated He had just a/Me 1 Id :i p T.oj to Hie retail price. Yet the siiuii icj.il lir. advice ' of a drop in the wholesaln pries t ) :iu oqu il or greater ;unoimt. " Kuub addod .lambuck,"' " the worthy mm will soon b« driving a car'iagf. and par." Nor in the dissatisfaction at; to tlm dis">o«al of frosen meat in tli 1 horn) raxrkot v/onflnod to Sew Zetland and Now .Sontli WaIhb. Mr. Francis, manager of tho Queensland ffraziora' Coni|>any. wm recently interviewed in Sydnuy. Sir. Francis hoid* verv strong views at to tho disposal of the meat nt the other ond. " Under prusunt...

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Fossicking on Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

Fossicking on Goldfields THE number of men applying for passes to enable them to go into the country and fossick on the goldfields is on the increase. For instance, while for over six months of last year about 2000 persons were sent away, during the first four weeks of the present year fully 500 men have been granted passes. In the first week of the year no less than 284 persons were thus afforded an opportunity of reach-   ing the fields. A large number of men applied at the office of the Chief Inspector of Mines (Mr. Slee) on Monday for autho- rity to proceed to Mr, Creer at the Labor Bureau, and obtain the passes, fully 100 applica- tions being dealt with. ARTHUR YOUNG, aged 19, com- mitted suicide at midnight on   Sunday at Wallaroo, S.A., by taking carbolic acid. Deceased had been engaged to a young lady since June last, and had promised to marry her within a fortnight. Young's father ob- jected to the marriage on account of his son's age, and this see...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

WEDDING. ON Thursday afternoon there was a   large and fashionable assemblage at the Dubbo Presbyterian Church to witness the marriage of Miss Alice Laura Buird, fourth daughter of Mr. Thomas Baird, of Dundullimal, to Mr. William H. Palmer, of Dubbo, fourth son of Mr. G. Palmer, J.P., of Ethelinton, Bathurst. The   church was tastefully decorated in honour of the occasion. The Rev. J. T. Main was the officiating minister,   the bride, who was dressed in cream faille, with Watteau back, being given away by her father. The bride's sisters, Misses Maud and   Annie Baird, and little nieces, the   Misses Machattie, were the brides-   maids, and were prettily dressed   in white muslin ; while Mr. H. B. Ranken, of the Bank of Austra-   lasia, acted in the capacity of   " best man," being supported in his   duties by Mr- Joseph Palmer. After   the ce...

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NARROMINE NOTES. February 1, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

NARROMINE NOTES. February 1, 1894. SPLENDID rain has fallen during the last week, which will do a great deal of good, as the grass was all burnt off with the sun. On Thursday last the lease of Crawley's hotel was offered for sale, an offer of £250 being refused, which, considering the lease has only eigh- teen months to run, was a very good price. The threshing it Narromine station   is nearly finished, about 2500 bags having been taken off 900 acres. The corn crops about look very poor, the rain not coming in time to do any good. A cricket match is to be played here on Saturday, 3rd instant, " Benedicts v. Bachelors."

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ANNUAL STOCK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

ANNUAL STOCK RETURNS. WE glean from various quarters that the total number of sheep now is the Dubbo district is about 1,950,000 - as against 2,550,330 last year, showing a decrease of about 600,000. This is no doubt due to the operations of the boiling-down establishments. In cattle there is also a decrease as compared with last year, as the total in the Dubbo district this year will hardly reach 26,000, as against 34,331 returned in 18931. There is also likely to be a slight decrease in horses, as while 12,275 were registered last year, it is not expected the total will be more than 12,000 when the returns are complete. In the Cannon- bar district, the numbers last year were : - Sheep, 1,425,521 ; cattle 18,746 ; horses, 4855. From in- quiries we have made we find it is probable that the numbers this year will show an increase on the last returns all through, as sheep will total about 1,450,000, cattle about 20,000, and horses 5500.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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DISTRICT COURT. (Before His Honor Judge Docker.) WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

DISTRICT COURT. (Before HIS Honor Judge Docker.) WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. G. H. TAYLOR v S. Brooksbank - rent £7 9s : judgment for plaintiff for the amount claimed. Mr. Fitz-Gerald for plaintiff James Hall and Co. v Smith Bros. - dishonoured P.N., £38 1s 1d. Judgment for plaintiff for amount claimed. Mr. Fitz- Gerald for plaintiff Moffatt and Co. v Sam War - goods sold, £169 16s. Judgment for plaintiff for amount claimed, Mr, K. Booth for plaintiff Emily Tucker v Daniel Harvey - money lent and interest, £13 1s. Judgment for £13 and costs. Mr. Fitz-Gerald for plaintiff Hilliard and Donaldson v Thomas Crook - goods sold and dishonoured promissory note and interest., £133 2s 5d. Judgment for amount claimed. Mr. Fitz-Gerald for plaintiffs Booth and M'Guinn v George Davis- costs £4 12s. Judgment for amount claimed. Mr. Booth for plaintiffs J. G. Brown v James Shiel - goods sold, £31 6s 4d. Judgment for £26 6s 4d. Mr. Ryan for plaintiff C. Moore v C. W. Walton - dishonoured promissory note ...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, February 3, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, February 3, 1894. THERE is every prospect that another industry will shortly be commenced near Dubbo. The shareholders of the Dubbo Refrigerating and Boiling Down Company, Limited at their meeting on Tuesday night, affirmed that it was desirable the directors should take steps to raise the necessary capital to erect chilling works. These works formed part of the origi- nal plan of the company, and now that the boiling-down ope- rations have proved eminently successful, it is only natural that all concerned should wish to see the programme carried out in its entirety. It has been demonstrated beyond dispute that the most practicable and profitable way of getting New South Wales sheep to the London market is to have them locally chilled, forwarded by train to Sydney, frozen there, and then conveyed by steamer to their destination. With this in view, the directors and a number of shareholders have given substantial as- surances of sup...

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SUMMONS CASES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

SUMMONS CASES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30. (Before the P.M.) Elizabeth Huxley proceeded against John Huxley for maintenance of a child. Order made for 7s 6d weekly and costs. Thomas Ingram summoned J. Wand and C. Palmer for entering enclosed lands. Each defendant was ordered to pay 5s and costs. H. B. De Launey, inspector of nuisances proceeded against six drivers of vehicles for breach of municipal by-laws in not walking over a crossing, and they were fined 1s each and costs. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. (Before the P.M. and D. Soane, Esq., J.P.) Charlotte Banes summoned Charles Davis for illegal detention of property. An order was made that the property in question, con- sisting of some ; false -teeth, should be delivered to complainant forthwith, and defendant to pay 8s costs. professional costs £1 11s 6d, and costs of one witness 5s. Mr. R. J. J. Ryan appeared for complainant.

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DUBBO POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 29. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 3 February 1894

DUBBO POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 29. (Before the P.M.) Moratz Hermann, FOR riotous behaviour, WAS FINED 9s. TUESDAY, JANAURAY 30. (Before the P.M.) William Riley, on a charge of larceny of a cheque, was remanded till February 6. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1. (Before the'P. M.)   James Ryan, Herbert Hooper, and William Sullivan, for being in possession of property, reasonably supposed to have been stolen, were each fined 40s, or seven days' imprison- ment. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. (Before the P. M.) William Giles was brought up on a warrant charged with disobeying a summons, and remanded to Sydney.

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