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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. ON Saturday the election of an alderman for Booth Ward took place, when Mr. James Andrew Ryan headed the poll, securing a victory by 12 votes. Great interest was evinced by the ratepayers in the contest, which was expected to be very close, and the result was awaited by a large number of ratepayers outside the Town Hall, where the scrutiny was being carried on, and which was closed to all but the presiding officers and scrutineers. At a quarter past six the doors of the Town Hall were thrown open, and the Council Chamber was speedily filled. The Re- turning Officer announced that the official declaration of the poll would take place on Monday at noon ; but he would make a rough statement of the results, which were as follows: ALDERMAN FOR BOOTH WARD. J. A. Ryan ... ... ... 136 E. W. R. Soane... ... 121 Informal ... ... .... ...21 Total votes ... ... .. 281 AUDITORS. Booth Ward : - J. E. Serisier ... ... 186 G. Barrett ... ... ...177 E. G. Adams . ... ... 48 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
Special Advertisements [A CARD.] Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrick Medical Officer Dubbo Hospital. Macquarie street, DUBBO Ask Your Doctor IF DRY GIN Is not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., Agents, Sydney. Support Local Industry. Job printing. Job printing. GET YOUR JOB PAINTING DONE AT THE OFFICE of THE DUBBO LIBERAL, &nbsp; The CHEAPEST and BEST in the District.
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wenesday, February 14, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, February 14, 1894 A SYDNEY paper publishes a statement to the effect that in the year 1845 Sir Saul Samuel, the present Agent-General, discovered good gold at a depth of 30 feet in sinking a well on Euromedah station. The paper alluded to wonders that the fact that the Macquarie fiats contain alluvial gold should only now have been made public ; and suggests that should work under the Mining on Private Property &nbsp; Bill result in the discovery of gold on the Macquarie, the field should be named after our Agent-General. The year men- tioned is rather distant for reference, but old residents of Dubbo will remember that in the seventies there were several miniature rushes caused by rumours of gold in the Narro- mine districts, both alluvial and reef. However, though in many instances traces of the precious metal were found, nothing that would give payable results was discovered. During that time some earnest prospecting wa...
THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. THE following is from the seventh article by Mr. C. Fetberstonhaugh, in the DAILY TELEGRAPH : _ We would with to point out very plainly the position of New South Wales farmers are in at the end of this year of our Lord 1893. By means of freezing factories, by means of numerous boiling-down establishments, by means of slaughtering old ewes for their skins, by means of reducing a number of breeding ewes, and, sad to say, by means of the late drought in the west, the flocks of, New South Wales were reduced from about 62,000,000 at the end of 1891 to 58.000,000 at the end of 1892. A further reduction of some two millions is looked for when the 1893 stock returns come in. Millions of inferior sheep -old and cull ewes - have been sent to "the pots" and their skins and &nbsp; &nbsp; fat exported. The result is rather startling. It will be found that at the present time there is a large surplus of wethers of fattening ages in New South Wales, and the w...
CRICKET. DUBBO v. MARYVALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
CRICKET. DUBBO v. MARYVALE. These teams met on the Dubbo Oval on Saturday, play commencing at 10.30. The visitors were shorthanded, only nine of their men appearing on the ground, and (fortu- nately for them as events proved) requisitioned the services of two local men as substitutes - Messrs. Lipscomb and M. Soane. Maryvale won the toss, and decided to send Dubbo to the wickets. The local men made a splendid stand, making 240 runs, which it stated to be the record for the Dubbo Oval. Seven of the local men reached double figures, C. Soane being top score with 46 not out. This batsman had the good fortune to be badly missed by coverpoint when he had made five. The others who scored well were - Grace 43, Dunn 36, Hies 23, Kable 18, Ranken 13, and Armstrong 12. No fewer than 32 sundries were recorded. Some good fielding &nbsp; &nbsp; was shown by several members of the Maryvale team, but others were very remiss. The two substitutes were permitted to bowl for the visito...
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. Confirmation and Rent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. Confirmation and Rent. Mary Ann Stevenson, c p, confirmed Annual Leases. E. N. Blacket, Dubbo, granted ; rent 4d per acre E. N. Blacket, Elong Elong, disallowed James Niven, granted ; rent, 2d per acre McGee, granted ; rent, 1½d per acre James Cole, granted; rent, 4d per acre William Webb Baird, granted ; rent, 1d per acre James Copeland, two applications, ad- journed next Court John Copeland, adjourned next Court Exemption from Fencing. William Freeman, granted Preliminary Investigation. &nbsp; McGee, c p and c l, survey directed Thomas Stain, c p and c l, adjourned to next Court. Confirmation. New Zealand Loan Co., three applications, confirmed Improvement Purchase. Lawson, Peak Hill, disallowed Inquiry, Sec. 20. Aldridge, condition suspended 6th March Special Lease. Thomas Rees, disallowed Application to Enclose Roads, F. D. Steers, granted A.J..S. Bank, two applications, granted Revocation of Stock Route. Gillinall, recommended Valuation of Land for ...
DUBBO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
DUBBO HOSPITAL. THE regular monthly meeting of the Hospital Committee was held at the Town Hall on Friday night, when the following were present : - The President (G. H. Taylor, Esq., J.P.), in the chair ; and Messrs. W. Carroll, J. W. Sillar, G. Kitchen, J. G. Brown, S. Phillips, W. E. Morgan, F. W .E. Baxter, S. Simpson, C. Grace, J. Samuels (treasurer). Dr. Fitz- Patrick, and the Secretary. The minutes were read and confirmed, Accounts amounting to £70 3s 4d were passed for payment. The Medical Officer's Report was read as follows : - "Hospital report for month end- ing 31st January, 1894. Admitted, Males. 15, Females 1; total' 16 ; discharged, Males 18, Females 2 ; total, 20 ; died, Male 1. Out patients treated, Males 15, Females 2 ; total, 17. Bottles of medicine issued, 23 ; 1 surgical bandage ; 4 pots ointment." A quantity of correspondence was read, amongst it being the following : From the P.P.G.M. of the Bathurst District, M.U. I.O.F. enclosing cheque for £8 3s as a donati...
DUBBO LAND BOARD. [Before W. C. CArdew, Esq., J.P. (Chairman), D. Bell Esq., J.P., and D. Soane.] FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Appraisement of Improvement. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
DUBBO LAND BOARD. &nbsp; [Before W. C. Cardew, Esq., J.P. (Chairman). D. Bell, Esq., J.P., and D. Soane.] FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9. Appraisement of Improvements. Berida Pastoral Holding v Annie Ropkins, to pay £75 8s 6d. Same v Edward Bogie, to pay £70. Same v Daniel Horrigan, to pay £32 13s. Same v R. Kennedy, Gilbert Kennedy, and George Kennedy, struck out by mutual consent. &nbsp; Same v William Horrigan, £41 2s. Same v J. T. Horrigan, referred to Land Appeal Court.
A Romance of the Peerage. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
A Romance of the Peerage VERY soon after the news of the Marquis of Queensberry's second marriage comes the news of the death of his eccentric sister, once Lady Gertrude Douglas, later on by marriage Lady Gertrude Stock. Lady Gertrude was in many ways an extraordinary woman. She had some literary talent and wrote more ; than one novel. Early in life she became a nun, but after some years she left the order - a curious and ex- ceptional thing, and one that rarely happens nowadays. Later on she assisted her brother, the Rev. Lord Archibald Douglas, in the management of an or- &nbsp; phanage 'of which he was the head. And during her lady- ship's connection with this es- &nbsp; tablishment a strange thing happened. She married one of &nbsp; the inmates, a young man em- ployed in the bakery attached to the establishment, and took a baker's shop in the Shepherd's Bush-road. I have often seen her ladyship sitting in the "back parlour " or taking a con- &nbsp...
Sullivan or O'Sullivan. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
Sullivan or JO'Sullivan. THE electioneering contest that &nbsp; has already begun to rage in &nbsp; the Queanbeyan electorate has now entered upon a novel &nbsp; phase. Mr. Conroy, one of &nbsp; the Opposition candidates who is to be ballotted for, has, it &nbsp; &nbsp; would seem, been, going to and &nbsp; fro among the agricultural and military population, circulating a strange and alarming rumour,. He is charged in cold print by the present member with, en- &nbsp; deavouring to undermine his &nbsp; popularity by stating that his name is not O'Sullivan at all, &nbsp; but just "plain Sullivan." This imputation of plainness Mr. &nbsp; O'Sullivan resents in the most &nbsp; emphatic manner. Why it should count for anything, one way or the other, whether a distinctly Irish name proper has &nbsp; the distinctly Irish O' prefixed to it is not clear ; but the "keystone of the Democratic...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
Local and General News. ROADS - Tenders are invited by Mr. D. L. Wilson for various road works in the district. See advt. LICENSE. - An auctioneer's district license, was yesterday granted to B. A. Cantwell by the P.M. BISHOP BYRNE. - The Roman Catho- lic Bishop of Bathurst will arrive in Dubbo on Saturday, and will preach &nbsp; at the church on Sunday morning at 11. To PLOUGHMEN. - Messrs. Cahill and Barr, of Narromine, announce that they have to let the ploughing of one to five hundred acres of new &nbsp; land. See advertisement. POULTRY. - Wm. Ah Hee calls the attention of residents of the town to the fact that he is ready to supply poultry, ready trussed for cooking, at the shortest notice. Orders can be left with Mrs. R. Holl, fruiterer, Macquarie-street, Dubbo. APPOINTMENTS. - The Minister for Lands has approved of the appoint- ment of Messrs. D. Bell and D. Soane as members of the new land boards of Warren and Nyngan, in the land district of Dubbo. DENTISTRY....
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13. (Before the P.M. and J. HEANE, Esq., J. P.) Summons Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 February 1894
Tcssdat Febbcabt 13. (Before the P.M. »nd Summons Cum. | Ellen &lt;£#e&tintr v Matthew Kelly. Astaalt j j cos. of 0«i6udint Udi j Police v W Parkor. Kegl»oli!ig to pay sobonl (enn. . Order made to pay £1 4g 6d and coats. ,t . Police T JamDR . Neijleoting to pay aohoo] fem. Or lor tnjtde to pay 17M 6d and costa. J. Diehl and H. Tresseder were summoned by the police for riotous behaviour in Tal bragar street on Tuesday, the 9th instant, Mr. C. H. Fitzgerald appeared for Dr. Tresseder and Mr. R J. J. Ryan for Mr. Diehl. A plea of not guilty w.aa entered by each defendant. Constable Allan stated that he was on duty in Talbregar-street about 20 minutes to 1 on the 2nd instant, and saw Dr. Tresider and Diehl outside Wilkins and Kennedy's factory ; tbey were " in holds," and blows were struck on either side; they were separated by bystanders, and rushed to gether agrain ; witness separated them the third time; took Diehl's name, but knew Dr. Tresidder; saw tree rounds ; saw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 February 1894
;-fgiw ? . . i hi . ? ? ri i ii i ? TOWN PRICES FOE COUNTRY BTTYEES I POP YOUR OEDERS HT THE POST AND ADDRESS TEEM AG OTHER. flTien you r««d this piijmr, J'AUSKat our Advertifiement, P0NJ3ERit over, TBINE of it, and when yuu wake in the morning you will conclude that- the People it brings und»r notice are your iiesl and Truest Friend . EVBEXTHING SENT EVEBl'WHBBB. And & Pm|W applause tails us that OUR WTAMS8 ABE GOOD, m vellat (JfiEAF, that they minister to the bodily comfort as well as being calculated to improve the oondition of the mind by induuing that Peace and Prosperity which Iiigh Prices and Shoddy OommoditiM *m> opvur command. We have lrieads who 8WEAB BY TJ8 .a e?eiy Hamlet, Township, Oity, and Hole and Corner Bush Settlement in the Colony, WHO STICK TO US LIKE WAX, and SEND TO US POK EVERTH1NG, because we nevet disappoint.; beoauia, %hether its a small or big parcel that's want»c .we're up to time, and me Ooods we send are inrariablywhat are wanted. Ourtalent f...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 February 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LOSDOK, Thoraday. Thbre is groat excitement in London. A. man, supposed to be an Anarchist, has been blown to pieces near Green wich Observatory. The officials at the observatory heard the explosion and harried to the scene, when they fonnd the body of a Frenchman blown to pieces. It is believed his mission was to blow up the Observatory. There has been a disastrous con flagration at Foo Chow, China; 1600 houses were burned down. Daring a areas performance in San Francisco, a )ion tamer named Sbeenjan entered the lions cage, and while performing with them the electric light went ont, leaving the circus in darkness. The lions attacked and worried Sheemau in a terrible |B!»$Aer, apd his life is despaired of.
To Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 February 1894
''it* Cerrenpotadeau. "4T**mon to tile fnllowiiu rules miy. cave » Igppd ;&lt;Uail of trouble or disappointment. '^Ptth wery coiiuDUDioafion 'muni oc sei.i Urt'atante -wad address of the writer, not MMisarily for-pabliefttion, hnt na nifOarant®.! 'cf ffood faith; otherwise, no attention con be ^aSdtotheleUer. Bl^Mtad wmfnuciefctionR will '-not be tvtaraid. The writers should kuep dra£l» or .OOTM. w« claim tbe rijrbt to exdas anything ^rhiob wi -dsam.'objeotionible from letters ; and oorrwponientu who dealiaB to nowde to that oouree can esy no when they send their letters, Should wefind porreotiun newM'ary, kttler theas.cirxiuqiita,nc&lt;*§ the Utters will not 'te'jpublisbed in tbe Jjiasau. 'Condensation, and avnldaooe of offensive 'personalities, _ ate two things which we '.ptQtfUy command to -tbe noBoe'ot corres "poodontu, if they wish to be certain that. . thflr&lt;|Omnmnlcatio!u willbe accepted by n«. jtfnqoiries on matters unoouaected with HmrbnjdneM oan ...
The Latest Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday Night. The Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 February 1894
Ti|e Latest Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. STDNHY, Friday Night. The Stock Market. IN the sheep market there ?was a good supply, and the market was firm. Wethers, 5s 6d to 8s 4d. Iu cattle, the supply was beyond requirements, and the market was weaker. Best beef, 13s. The Mining Bill. The Legislative Council yesterday farther considered in committee the Mining on Private Lands Bill. Amendments were carried confirming the operation of the bill to gold, silver, and lead. The debate stands ad journed. Crown Lands Bill. The Crown Lands Purchases and Leases Validation Bill has passsed its second reading in the Assembly. Suppression of Burglary. Mr. E. M. Clark has introduced a bill for the suppression of burglary and other crimes. The object of the bill is to enable judges to order whipping in addition to imprison ment. Ths Estimates. The Estimates were further pro ceeded with last night. The Minister for Justice's Department was passed The Bnrwood Tragedy. The inquest on the Mayor, Mr. Pai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 February 1894
W. H. PALING & CO.. LTD Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class PIANOS PIANOS BY Bteinway and Sons, Erard end Co., Julius Feurich, Uebal and Leohleiter, Carl Eok a Gors and Kallmann, the "Viotor," the " Belling," &s. Also hava a large and selao Ntook of nil other well, known makers, inch aa Collard, Kirkmann, Lipp, &o., &e. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Made upon honour, sold upon merit, known the m&lt;r!d over. The beet and cheapest. Over a quarter of a million already sold. Boosev's Perfected Baud Instruments The best for tone, tune, and durability. H five mcivid Fiist PrUts at all Exliilitic W. H. PALING and Co., Limited, guarantee all their instruments. Their prinoiple ba been to fupply only thoroughly reliable instruments, and they have now the largea Piano and Music business in Australia. The sterling qualities of tbeir Pianos ha been abundantly proved by long and varied experience in these colonies. Their large biei ness ana ample resou...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 February 1894
THE HAILS. KAILS Cu*l COB 8ydney, Bathurat, Onap, «I#-D«l!y it 4.16 p.m. | Bottrfee, Nyngao, Nurominr, etc- Daily at 7.45 a.m. I Ooonamble, Gilgandrn, eta - Tuesdays, j Thursdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. | Cobborah, Mumingundjr and Ballitnpre Weduesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. - Tomingley and Peak Hill - Tuesday", Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.15 a.m. Obley, Belarbig&l and Minora-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Ponto and Terra Bella - Mondays and Wednesdays, at 0.30 a.m. Ten aadra-Tuesdays and Friday", 9.30 a.m. MAILS ABB Dkuvbbed from Sydney, Orange, But hurst, eto-Daily at | 10 a.m. Bsurke, Nyngan, Narromine, etc-Daily at 5.30 p.m. Coonamble, Gilgandra, etc-Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Cobb«rab, Mnriangundy and Balliinore Mondays 9 a.m., Tlar*d»ys, 4 p.m. Tomingtey and Peak Bill - Mondayp, Wednesdays and Fridays, 4 p.m. Obley-Mondays and Thursdays, 4 p.m. Ponto and Terra Bella - Tuesdays and Saturdays. 4 p.m. Tenandra-Mondays and Thundays, 4 p.m....