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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
ADVERTISEMENTS. Tenders. WANTED, TENDERS FOR BUILD. ING HOUSE. Tenders close on SATURDAY, February 10. Plana and Specifications on application to E. VIGERS, Coachdriver, Maoquarie-street. Notice. MR. F. H. POOLEV, of Douglas and CO.> Sydney, and Talbragar-street, Dubboi H authorised to collect uiuneys duo to the Vubbo Literal, and Ilia receipt will ba tiuffiuiem discbarge, W. WHITE, Manager. BOOTH: ward. E. W. SOANE Is a Candidate, and respectfully solicits the Support of the Ratepayers. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 CARLTON Tebbacg, WYWYAUD SaCARs, SYDNEY, WILTi seo Patients February 12, 1891, at Royal Hotel, Dubbo, 13th at West's Hole). Orange. Alt persons suffering from any Internal Diseases, Tumours, Cancers, and Abscesses may have them dispersed by modiciao without catting; also cures bad eyes and fits. He asks no questions, but will tall them where the pain is felt, and infoims his patients m to an ultimate core or other wise. Has practised 23 years in Sydney. Consu...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
ITEMS OF INTEREST. ~ 10,000 AND SOMETHING."-Your letter received, but it cannot foe published unleBB you comply with our rules-you must send your correct name and address. A number of ladies attended Sir. Morgan's meeting. Yet hs declared he was opposed to extending the franchise to women, as they did not take sufficient interest at present in politiop. The United States House of Repre sentative has postponed until AugUBt the question of placing wool on the free list. The Rev. J. Tam moved a vote of want of confidence in Mr. James Morgan on Monday night. The motion was declared lost. Mr. Morgan's views of " responsibility" in connection with legislation are modelled on those of the Dibbs Ministry. An Italian soldier who, having gone mad, was in custody at Florence, managed to break guard last week and escape. Before getting' clear of the barraoks he shot three officers dead. A fplendld awortmont of Violins (from 10a to £10 sad other Vesical Instruments at J. T. Lane's Msenuarie-stle...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
NOTES AND COMMENTS. ON Saturday morning the Rev- J. Tarn, with Messrs. J. Carr and J. Phillips, waited upon the Municipal Returning Officer, Mr. N. Muller, and asked that gentleman to receive a deputation from the various local temperance bodies in reference to hotels being used for polling-places at the coming municipal elections, when the local option vote will also be taken. Mr. Muller informed the gentlemen mentioned that it would be useless for him to receive the deputation ; the polling places were already fixed, and it was too late to alter the arrangements made, but he suggested that the temperance bodies should approach the Council next year with the view of getting municipal elec- tions held at other places than hotels. The advocates of total abstinence have good cause of complaint in the want of consideration for their convictions shown in this matter. It is mani- festly unfair that those who on principle object to the business carried on by hotels should be com- pelled t...
A Convict's False Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
A Convict's False Teeth A well-known firm of bankers in London have just made a profitable investment. Some time ago a man who had de- frauded them of a large sum of money was taken into custody, convicted and sentenced to a long term of penal servitude. As may be imagined, the prison fare did not agree with a man who had, by means of fraud, lived on the fat of the land. The change affected him in many ways but he complained &nbsp; &nbsp; more particularly of the effect the food had upon his teeth. They were not numerous or in good condition when he was sentenced, and as they rapidly became worse, he applied to the governor of the prison for a new set. He was told that the Government did not supply prisoners with artificial teeth, and at the first opportunity he wrote to the banking firm in question offering, if they would send him a new set, to give them some valuable information. Thereupon the bankers, think- ing the offer might he a genuine one, sent the governor ...
MR. JAMES MORGAN, M. L. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
ME. JAMES MORGAN, M L.A. ON Monday evening, Mr. James Morgan, the senior member for the Bogan, addressed a crowded meeting of electors at the Protestant Hall. His Worship the Mayor of Dubbo occupied the chair. A number of ladies were present. The CHAIRMAN said he presided in his capacity as Mayor of the town, and did not identify himself in any way with any opinions that might be expressed by Mr. Morgan ; at the same time he must say he had always found Mr. Morgan ready at all times to do what he could for the electorate. Mr. JAMES MORGAN, who was well received, said the only matter for regret was that the meeting was not the opening of the campaign, that the feelings of Dubbo might be tested with regard to its future representation. He appeared that evening at the request of some of his strongest supporters - he would not say friends, as some of his best friends were among his opponents in politics. His object was to state definitely that he intended to con- test the electorate of ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
CRICKET. This (Wednesday) afternoon a team from Mr. J. G. Brown's establishment will oppose an eleven selected from the combined stores of the town. The teams are as follow: - J, G. Brown's Establishment: Evans, O'Meara, M'Callum, Snelling, Baker, Grace, Williams, Hughes, Young, Cronin, Tresillian. Combined stores : Bond, Woods, Findlater, Logue, Binstead, Fitzgibbon, Suliivan, Hutchins, Denton, Bagnall, Farr.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. T. Main. M.A.. Minister. Feb. 11-DUbbo 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Evening services in the Hall. The Springs, Friday evening. Derowie, Saturday evening. Obley, Sabbath, 11 a.m. Gundong, Sabbath, 4 p.m. Tomingley, Sabbath, 7.45 p.m.
PEAK BILL MINING. (From the TIMES.) The Proprietory. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
PEAK HILL MINING (From the Times). The Proprietory. THE slopes from about the 100ft level still continue to provide large bodies of payable ore. At the 100ft level substantial timber is being placed in position to support all the filled-up places above, and at the game time allow the ore from the slopes below to be worked right out to where the timber crosses. The slopes from 300ft upward display a very large body of high-grade ore, the extent of which has not been yet ascertained. This ore is yellow coloured, suggesting that until very recently it was covered with water. The 35 head of stamps are now kept continuously running, and as there is abund- ance of ore and plenty of water for another three months at least, things look ever so much brighter than they did a fortnight ago. The machinery runs very smoothly after its overhaul, and the management are to be complimented on the satisfactory condition of the machinery and general attachments. The managing director, Mr. Kelly, is st...
THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE &nbsp; THE following is condensed from the sixth of the series of articles from the pen of Mr. C. Featherstonhaugh now appearing in the Daily TELEGRAPH : - There is a considerable amount of freeing power in the colony of New South Wales at the present moment, but most of it is situated at the seaboard, and we are strongly of opinion that only by operating us near as possible to their own pastures can sheep be put on the home market in a satisfactory condition - that is, with the bloom on and the juice in ; and this applies more especially to merino sheep, for merino meat turns dry and hard and dark on the least provocation. At the Fresh Food and Ice Company'a admirable works, Darling Harbour, Sydney, &nbsp; the insulation of which is perhaps the most perfect in the world, a large number of sheep can be put through at comparatively small cost, as their de la Vergne machine works well with a minimum of fuel, and the fuel used is very cheap ( under...
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, February 7, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, February 7, 1894. ON Saturday next the rate- payers of Dubbo will be af- forded an opportunity of de- ciding whether there shall be any further increase in the number of hotels in the various wards. There is great antagonism be- tween the temperance bodies and licensed victuallers on several matters relative to the drink trade, but on this par- ticular point the interests of both parties, though from dif- ferent standpoints, will be served by the adoption of the resolu- tion preventing any additional licenses being granted. The less number among whom the hotel trade is divided, the greater the individual business and profit, and this fact should reconcile the licensed victuallers to the advancement the temper- ance cause would gain by the, adoption of the principle, Even if both divisions of the ballot &nbsp; paper are carried in favour &nbsp; of local option thope who con- duct their hotels on legitimate principle...
DISTRICT NEWS. WARREN. (From the HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 7 February 1894
DISTRICT NEWS. WARREN. (From the HERALD.) On Thursday last a little girl aged two years, named Lilian Howell, whose parents are camped on the common near the hospital, had the misfortune to fall over a pot of boiling water, with the result that the poor child was so severely scalded that she ex- pired about seven hours after the accident, in spite of all assistance that could be rendered by the hospital medical and nursing staff. A party of three young adventurers, viz., Messrs. James Healny, Harry Simpson, and W. M'Lennan, all Lower Macquarie men, left Warren this week bound for that distant El Dorado, Coolgardie. We wish our own boys the best of luck. Mr. Mitchem entertains so good an opinion of his well-known gelding Guy Fawkes, that he intends giving him a trial on the Sydney tracks, and Guy will accordingly shortly fill a box in Monaghan's stable. On Thursday half holiday Married v. Single met for their usual pleasant match, and this time the benedicts went badly down before th...