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ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. Father Byrne. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. Father Bvrna. St. Bridget's, Dubbo.-Sunday, Feb. 25, Mass 8a.m. and lla.m ; Vespers, 7.30. Mass at Dubbo every morning at 7.

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

FLKTOHBR'8 PILLS oarer foil to cora INDIGESTION, C08TIVENESS. SOUR BREATH, HEARTBURN, LIVER DISEASE, and KIDNEV COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMENTS' TONIC are the recognised household remedies «{ the Australian ooloniee, tod etary de signing quaok tries to trade on tbeir reputation and renown. Thii is the gratiast proof of their merit, and sufferers want to be perttoolar to get the genuine artioles, ss regret and disappointments we sure to follow the on of the thousands of " AlMailine" remedies so freely Riirer+iued. The reputation aud wide-spread use of Clements* Tonic and Fietaher'e Fill* are the greatest rob of their appreciation by the public, they were not as represented they woald have parsed out of memory loag ere this; bat instead their sale is neater and they arc feara eat*Maed day -by day and week by .eok, *od iWe emphatically proves their wrtleputofr teanaoT. Listen to no arpru ?wtltw jteiMtei ptrttet; demand the Junkie tpfelse and TAKE

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ven. Archdeacon Wilson, Incumbent. Holy Trinity, Dubbo-Sunday, Feb. 25, Morning 11, Evening 7.30. Preacher, Rev. A. K. Burton, of Kyngan. Afternoon Children's Samoa at 3.30. Week-night serTioe Thursday, 7.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE NEW FIND ON HILL END. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

THE NEW FIND ON HILL END. Willi Ail J. Hobn, who is well-known in this district in connection with the Tomingley faldfield, writes as follows to the DULV elkoeaph As a great many reports have been published in reference to this new and important find, 1 think a oorrect report will be acceptable to most of your readers. "The lease is owned by the Marsha! Brothers, and is situated about 300 yards north of the once celebrated Sargent's reef, where some splendid stone was got some 40 years sinoe, and in 1870 was taken up by Horn and Dwyer, who struck some very rioh stone at a depth of 200ft. Some cruehings returned as muoh as S6oz per ton. It is uow owned by Carver And Lord. Adjoining this lease north is Porter and Anderson's whim claim, who last week strnok some very rich stone, whioh epeiks well for this line, as they are over 200fL in depth. Now for the Marshals. They discovered this reef some time since, but kept it Bscret, whioh is not often possible. It now transpires that they ha...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

WESLEYAX CHURCH. Snndiy, Feb. 26-Narrainine 11, Minora 3, and Dubbo 7.39. Rev. J. Tarn. Litbgow's at 11 a.m. Mr. Berryman

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

PRESBYTERIAN CUVRCE Bev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. Feb. 26-Dnbbo II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Evening eerrioe in the Ball. Bubject " Bath and her choioe." Escbol, at 3.30 p.m.

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NARROMINE NEWS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

SAZRomm mm. (Frojc onn on Ooeeksposdeht. ) February 22. A PUBLIC meeting was held at the Boyal Hotel on Saturday niifbt last, and was witbont doubt the most disorderly meeting I have ever witnessed, the ohairman being quite unable to kaep order, it appearing as if three or four of those present ooly attended either J to obstruct business or oause a disturbance. , "The Chairman also made an error in allowing two gentlemen to ventilate a private grievance while he oooupied the obair. On Wednesday, the 14th instant, an accident of a very eorious oharaater happened to a man of the name of Caleb Wild. The injured man, being rather the worse for liquor started for Tiubrebongie on his horse, and either fell or was thrown off, the result being oonoussion of the briiu ; he was pioked up and brought into town, where he laid unconscious for aboat four days. On Sunday Drs. Kti-Patriok and Rowlands performed an operation on him; ainoe then he has beau gradually recovering.

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PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

PMOES OUTWENT. Thb Dubbo Ce-operatire Milling Company, Limited, report the present wholesale Prime Flour, per ton ...£7 16 0 Prime Bran, per ton ... 2 10 0 Prime Pollard, per ton ... 2 16 0 Prime Ohaff, per ton ... 3 10 0 Prime Msire, per bushel ... 3 6 Crushed Maize,per bushel ... 3 9 Feed Oats, per bushel ... 3 C Crashed Oats, per bushel ... 3 9 Germ Meal, 61b. ... ... 1 0

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DUBBO LANDS OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

SUBBO LANDS OFFICE. Tee foDowiag land was takan apdariag (lit week; Mobmz, FEB. 19.. Improvement Purobua. Joseph Norn*, } fiore^ town (?{ PMk HUL Thcbsdiy, F*B. 32. . - - Conditional Pnrohate. Albert Pt**xui, 40 *CTSQ, pttuhec Spriaj; Creek ud'BalliAiora/oiMuity UoBda. . . . . .Cpa"litjoD»l|<iMe. ? Albert -Pearson, 120 ures. periehee IW«| Crack' and BaHimofce, comty Ti'wwJh Fbidm. FSe.' SX Deeraond Jackson, 640 aonit ftliA Bieelcmg, Manly Btreuur.

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The Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

The Stook Market. There was a good supply of sheep. Sales opened at late rates, bat towards the close declined 6d to 9d. Best wethers sold to 9s. Cattle market declined; bost beef 12s.

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THE NEW LAND BOARD. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] NYNGAN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

TEE mrr LAKD BOARD. [PEOIC OUB Oi/V COBBB-POKDBHT.] NYHGAN, Wednesday. THE members of the new Land Board arrived here by train on Monday, and commenced the first sitting in this j new Land District. j The Court opened at 2 p.m., W. G. Oardew, Esq., J.P. (Chairman). Daniel So&ne, J.P., and David Bell, J.P., presiding. The Board disposed of some 40 oases, and adjourned till 10 a.m. on the 20th, the business of the day consisting of claimB for rabbit proof fencing. The first oase lasted the whole day and part of Wednesday, when the Board found for the plaintiff (Tliorn dale Leasehold), for whom Mr. R. Booth appeared; Mr. B. J. J, Ryan appeared for defendants. Yerdiote were accepted in four other cases. Notice of appeal was given. There were a large number of strangers in town, and great interest was token in the opening of the new conrt. The two Nyngan solicitors-Messrs. J. L. Byrne and D. E. Barns, were present, also Mr. Batty, land agent. The members of the Board left for War...

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

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday THE woman injured by the explosion of a bomb in a bouse in Paris has since died. Eight sapposed bombs were seized in Paris yesterday. There is a gteat panic. In consequence of the activity of the Anarchists stringent police precau tions are being adopted at the arsetialB, dockyards, and military barracks in Great Britain. The GLOBE states that there is a deadlock in the British Oabinet over the question of increasing fhe strength of the navy. Yellow ferer continues t6 rage at Bio de Janeiro- Hundreds bf deaths occur daily. It is believed that Jack the Bippsr, who perpetrated the Whitechapel murders, at present an inmate of a lunatic asylum in London, is the son of a New Zealand colonist. He is hopelessly insane. A fire occurred on February 21 is a tahool at Stockholm, Sweden, closing a panio among the children, 11 of whom where killed. London unemployed agitators, speaking at the Tower Hill labonr gathering", suggest that half London should be burnt to p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

IF YOU WANT \ PEOPLE TO Advertise in THE DUBBO LIBERAL KNOW OF ANYTHING, Has the Largest Local Circulation, Daily Increasing THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. THE DUBBO LIBERAL, AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, PUBLISHED EVEEY WEDNESDAY AM) SATUKDAT MORNING, Contains the Latest Colonial and Intorcnloninl Telegrams, Cable grams, Local and General News. "WE beg to draw the attention of our constituents t<j the terms of Subscription under the new management, which came into force oa the 1st January, 1893, viz.: Per Annum, in advance JEl 0 0 Per Half-year, in advance Per Quarter, in advauce Por Quarter, if booked Single Copies 0 10 0 0 5 15 O C 6 ('0 3 Ao the Lieeeal is now conducted on broad principles, and the circulation is daily increasing, we can recommend business people to give it a trial as an advertising medium. The tcitns for ordinary advertisements are: Single Column: He. for the first inch, and Is. 6d. for each additional inch, each publication. Double Column Advertisements : 6s. for t...

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The Latest Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday Night. The Tarragon Hotel Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

Tip Latest Telegrams. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday Night. The Tarragon Hotel Fire. JOHN O'NEILL and Adam Mutch, 'who I were convicted yesterday of inoen- i diarism in connection with the recent I fire at the Tarragon Hotel, in SUBBOX- j street, were sentenced to-day-O'Neill j to three years', and Match to fire j years' penal servitude.

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THE COOLGARDIE GOLD RUSH. PERTH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

TEE COOLOAMDIB GOLD RUSK. PEBTH. WEDKMDAV. ME. DAVID LINDSAY has just returned to Southern Cross from the new rush at Forty-fire Mile, He stated that the locality is 46 miles due east from White Feather, in the vicinity of Lapoge. Fifty men are on the field, anil numbers are arriving daily. There i« abundant salt wator at a spot six miles distant. Mr. Lindsay thinks the gold discovered is true alluvial. No speoimen stone has been found ia the prospected reefs, and no gold is showing on the surface blows. He has a good opinion of the field. The original prospectors were several months pioking up gold before they disolosed the find. Numerous parties are leaving Oool gardie daily; all the mining men have gone out. Provisions are soarco and prices rising. Bain has fallen to a slight extent at Southern Gross, but it did not reaeh Cool gardie. Very little is falling beyond 13 miles. There is said to be a good supply of water up to this stage, but beyond that the supply is very precarious....

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NA[?]ROMINE v. TRANGIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

NAEBOMISE r. TEANOIE. A cricket match, Nfirrnmine v. Trangie, was plsycl ut Narromine on Saturday last, and resulted in an easy win for Narromine by e;gbt wickets. S. Harvey captained the visitors, F. flhorwnud acting in a like capacity fer the looal team. Traneie going first to tbe wickets, were quickly disposed of for S3, W. Lindsay making 24 not ont, Narromine's first innings totalled 99 (Sherwood 34, S. Smith 19), Trangie made a much better stand in tbe necond innings, scoring 82. W. Lindsay again playing well for 23 thrown out. Narromine tmocceded in getting the 37 required to win for the loss of two wiokets (A. Millar 17 not out}, the following being tbe soorea : Trangie-1st innings. M'Lellan, c Allan, b Holland ... 2 E. Weaver, c and b Holland ... 4 W. Lindsay, not out ... ... 24 ?J. Yeo, b Holland ... ... 0 J J. Phillips, bSmith ... ... 7 ' 6. Harvey (captain), b Smith ... 3 C. Richardson. cM'Xillop, b Smith... 0 W. Muller, b Holland 7 T. Lindsay, b Holland .. ... 0 J. Weave...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

THE BftNK HF AUSTRALASIA. liioorporntud by Roya) Ohmier 1-8 86 Paid-up Capital .. .. £1,600,000 Reserve Fluid <of which £600.000 IN ins >ted at 2| per cent, oon sols at. 06) £800,000 Rew.-vo Liability of Proprietors ^ under the Charter ?. . . *1,W0,000 £4,000,000 DUBBO BRANCH 'Highest Current Bates allowed on Fixed Deposit*. Advances made on ilhsral tormfl upon the enouing' clips of wool. &11 nana! banking bnsinesB tr ansae ted .JOHN W. SILLAR, Manager. ORIENT LINE OF R0TAL MAIL STEAMERS. THE following Royal Mail Steamships belonging to the ORIENT and PACIFIC COMPANIES will leave SYDNEY Afc noon on the nudermention<;d dates for PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury) via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, calling at Naples an Gibraltar . CUZCO .OPITIR .ORIZABA .OROYA ORIENT 3918 6910 6077 6057 5305 J. F. Anderson J. F. Rutli fen A. W. Clarke, R.N.R. E E Laviugton| H. E. Inskip 2C M'eh 12 , 30 April 7 April 23 And fortnightly thereafter. ...

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FORGING HIS BROTHER'S NAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

FOHOIXG HIS BROTHER'S NAME. AT the Central Criminal Court on Wed nesday, before his Honor Mr. Justice "Wiudeyei', a iniddl«-&ged man named Samuel Gannon was found guilty of forging and uttering the name of hU brother, Mr. Hy. 8. Gannon, solicitor, of Goulburn, to a cheqno for £2 on December 13 last with intent to defraud. His Honor, on senten ciug the prisoner to six months' hard labour, said if he had been a man of Any feeling he would have ploadod guilty, and not placed his brother in the painful position of having to give evidence against him. Who oould doubt what prisoner's brother had said, that he would ratber have paid 10 times the amount of the cheque than como there and give evidence ?

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 — 24 February 1894

ova sfbursr ismk [Ffeok OUR OWM CoBRBaKMDSHT.I Stsmxt, Thursday. frm New South Wales Parliament hu igsln been insulted. The member for Newtown, Mr. Hindis, who Mhisvsd chief notoriety by the Copeland incident of a few weeks sinoe, delivered a sermon on Sunday at Penrith, and as a slight variation on the proceeding of those who wish to introdnoe religion into politics, Mr. Hindis introduced polities info religion) the result of the combination must be some what surprising to the hon. member. His charges of drunkenness and blsokguardisio wore not stronger than those made by Mr. Neild in the press; bnt as newspapers and their readers are considered beneath con tempt by the Premier, Mr. Need's state ments were not regarded as nearly so Berionn as those of Mr. Hindle, as the latter'* were delivered from the pulpit. TV a charges oca bodied in the sermon were too much for even the Premier (to overlook, and then again Mr. Hindle was compara tively inexperienced, while Mr. Noild was likely t...

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More Scenos. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894

More Scenos. Two scenes occurred during: the evening. Mr. Rae defied the Chair man, and refused to withdraw an expression. Consequently Mr. Mel ville ordered the Sergeant-at-Arms to remove him. However, Mr. Rae left the Chamber with the remark, "There is no trouble about that." Upon the Speaker taking the chair, Mr. Rae was allowed re-admission. Mr. Cook complained that during the debate of the previous evening, the Premier, without provocation, had spoken sneeringly of his (Mr. Cook's) religion, and stated that by doing so Sir George Dibbs had acted the part of a foul mouthed blaokguard. Mr. 1 Cook was called to order, and apologised. At the same time, he said he had been taunted about his religion by the Premier. The latter after wards denied the charge made by Mr. Cook.

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