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THE MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894
THE MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BILL. A MEETING of the Mining on Private Pro- perty Committee was held in Sydney on Thursday afternoon. It was decided to to interview Mr. Copeland in reference to the omission from the Bill by the Council of tin, antimony, and platinum. The deputa- tion waited on Mr. Copeland at Parliament House, and urged that these minerals should he inserted in the Bill, as it was impossible in some cases to mine for gold without taking antimony. Mr. Copeland said, as to tin and antimony, he fully recognised the necessity of having these re-instated in the Bill. As a practical miner, he knew it was impossible to mine for gold without taking antimony in certain cases. He would do what he could to have the Bill re-committed in the Council with a view of having these minerals re-instated. If the Council refused to re-oommit the Bill, he would feel justified in falling back on the provisions in the Crown grants allowing the Governor power to throw these lands open for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894
WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS MUST BE TRUE Everybody says BILLY TEA IS THE BEST TEA they ever drank. If yon have never used it TRY IT ONCE. EUREKA TO THE DEAF. - A Gentleman who cured himself of Deafness and Noises in the Head, after fourteen years' suffering, will gladly send fall particulars of the remedy post free. Address : HERBERT CLIFTON, Albany Buildings, 39 Victoria street, Westminster, LONDON, S.W
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894
A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. LOUTH, Thursday. - A very serious accident, and which may, it is feared, result fatally, took place here on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Morrison, of Mount Pleasant, was driving into town from her place, when her horsre bolted. The reins breaking, Mrs. Morrison lost control over the horse and the vehicle was overturned through colliding with a stump, before Mr. Morrison, who was riding behind, could come to the rescue. Mrs. Morrison was badly hurt, and is now in a critical condition, not having regained consciousness since. - A man named P. Cahill was brought into town on Monday badly hurt through his horse throwing him. When found he had been lying in the bush under a &nbsp; tree for 18 hours. - Yesterday a young man passed through Louth on the coach on his way to Bourke Hospital. He was riding on Tankarooka Station when his horse fell, and afterwards dragged him some distance, his foot being fast in the stirrup. His injuries were of a very serious ...
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, February 24, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894
THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE Saturday, February 14, 1894. SOME weeks since a committee was appointed by the Municipal Council to take the preliminary steps towards the formation of a local fire brigade ; but owing pro- bably to the illness of one of the aldermen appointed, no ap- parent progress has been made towards giving the town this safeguard. This being so, the question suggests itself whether it is necessary that the brigade should be formed under the auspices of the Council. Some &nbsp; years ago a local fire brigade was formed as the outcome of a public meeting, and though, owing to the absence of a water &nbsp; supply, little practical good resulted, it comprised a number of smart firemen, some of whom are still resident in the town. The brigade existed for several years, and attained a high de- gree of efficiency, on one occa- &nbsp; sion winning a competition at Orange, and some of those who took part in its formation would no doubt be...
NEVERTIRE NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894
NEVERTIRE NEWS [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] February 22. We cannot boast if very lively times here, &nbsp; but compared with the same period of other years I think we about hold our own. Odd &nbsp; lots of wool still keep coming in, and at times the railway yard looks quite busy. There seem to be more teams loading now, and altogether I think things are looking up. Good progress is now being made with the bore. It is now down 400ft. The first water was reached at 130ft, and at 260ft another and stronger flow was struck, which came 150ft up the pipes. During the last few days they have made little progress, as they are in a reef of very hard stone, which &nbsp; takes the edge off the rimmer as fast as it is &nbsp; put down. New buildings are still the order of the day, and Mr. P. Cartwright is about starting &nbsp; what promises to be the prettiest and most convenient cottage in the district. The last rain did a vast amount of good, and to-day...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894
ADVERTISEMENTS. Cottage to Let. TO LET, a FOUR-ROOMED COTTAOE, with kitchen; half-acre baok yard. For particular* apply ARTHUR SOHLOEFFEL, LlBKBAL Offioe. Municipal District of Dubbo. -LAYING ON WATER. APPLICATIONS to connect with Water Jfafn mar cow be lodged at Town Hall. Licenses will be issuei on applioation to holders of Certificate* from Water and Sewerage Board, Syduey. T. W. HEAYDON, Counoil Clerk. TRUSSED POULTRY. Wm. A.H HEE, POULTRY DEALER, BEGS to inform Residents of Dubbo that he oan supply the BEST POULTRY of all kinds, ready Trussed for Cooking, on the shortest notioe. Orders left with WM. AH HEE, or Mrs. R. HOLL, Fruiterer, Maoqunrie-street, near Bank of N.8.W., will be promptly attended to. TERMS CASH MADAME ARAMANDA, &nbsp; Phrenologist, Clairvoyante and Scientific Palmiste, May be consulted at The Royal Hotel, Dubbo, Saturday and Monday, Feb. 24 & 26. TWO DAYS ONLY. Hours, 10 a.m. to noon, 2 to 5, and 7 to 9 p.m. only. Fees—5s, 10s 6d, and One Guin...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 24 February 1894
Local and General News. To RATEPAYERS. - Applications to connect with the water mains may now be lodged at the Town Hall. REMNANTS. - A great sale of odds and ends and remnants will be held this week and next at Mumford Bros., "Beehive " Stores, Macquarie-street. &nbsp; PLUMBERS' LICENSES. - Licenses will be issued, on application at the Town Hall, to holders of certificates from the Water and Sewerage Board, Sydney. SALVATION ARMY. - The army in- tend to have a good time on Monday night next, when a "hallelujah wedding'' and social will be held in the Church of England School Hall. CHEAP EXCURSION. - A special cheap excursion was ran from Dubbo to Sydney on Thursday, when over 70 tickets were issued at the local station. MR. FEARON. - Mr. A. H. Fearon, manager of the. Dubbo branch of the Bank of New South Wales, returned, to Dubbo on Thursday after a holiday extending over some weeks. FURNITURE SALE. - Mr. E. N. Blacket will sell by auction on Wednesday next the whole of th...
ANARCHISTS IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Feb. 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894
ANARCHISTS IK JStfQLAHD. Loft ixnr, Feb. 28. Ax the fnneiralto-dayof Bourdin, the Mm who was killed by the'explos'ion ot a bomb Ik (Jreen'wioh Park, near the Ob»erratoiy, an attempt was toade to difcplaya number, of anarohiit flags and generally to make the affair a demonstration. The pofioe, how ever, seized the flags. A vast mob hooted, spat at, and linBtledthe mourners, Who Wirt, however, protected by the police, though at considerable risk to tbemswves. There were acveral ogly and determined rubes, whibh the mounted police stopped with difficulty. The hearse was pelted with stonee, mud, and garbage by the crowd, the woman appearing especially infuriated. The mob shouted "Down with anarchy," "Keep to your own cdnntry," 41 No bomb bnSineaa in England," and similar cries. There was an immense assemblage at the gravo, bnt the poiide pre vented any speeobes being made. A rumber of arrokts were made. A crowd of vtndebts afterwards attacked the bnilding oconpied by the Autonomic Clbb i...
Quoted at Par. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894
Quoted at Far. For the first time New South Wales 3^ per cent, are quoted at par on the London market. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.-A special meeting' of the Council was called for last night (Tuesday) at half-poet seven, by requisition to the Mayor, signed by Aldermen D. Soane and S. Phillips. At the hour named, his Worship the Mayor (Alderman N. Mailer, J.P.) and Aldermen S. Phillips, D. Soane, and G. A. Fergnson were present. After waiting until 8 o'clock-the usual half-hourR grace-no other alderman arriving, the meeting lapsed FIVER and COSTS. - In fixing ooRts yesterday in the case Dulhuuty v. Salter, the P.M. said that in many cases where a small fine was imposed the costs amounted to much more than the fine, and he was very carefnl in allowiug them. TO THE DE> R-A Gentleman who cured himself of Deafness and Noises in the Head, after fourteen years' suHerin^, will gladly send full particulars of the remedy poet free. Address: HERBERT CLEFTON, Albany Building t, 39, Viotoria street, W...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. A British Reverse. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. A British Reverse. FURTHER particulars regarding the operations of the British against slavers under Chief Fodisolah in West Africa sh ow that a British force, con sisting of 220 blue-jackets, fell into an ambush, and being unable to with stand the withering fire of the enemy, retreated to their boats. The enemy captured field pieces and 6000 cartridges, besides securing tho bodies of most of the officers and men killed. The total number wounded was 52 An expedition will be sent against the slavers by Admiral Bedford, and will be reinforced by 300 men of a' West India Regiment. A strong draft of marines has been ordered to leave Chatham to reinforce the British. I
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894
THE HAILS. Hails Ci/jpe Poll Sydney, Batburat, Orange, etc-Daily at 4.15 p.m. Rourke, Nvr^an, Ntrrominr, otc- Dnily ut 7.45 *.in. Coonnnible, Gili?aodru, etc - Tiindayg, inursditys and Saturday?, at 9.30 a.m. Colifcnrah, Murrunnundy und Ballirnore Wednesdays atid Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Toinitigloy and P«ak Hill - Tawdayp, Thursdays end Saturday*, at. 8.45 a.m. Qbley, Bolurbizal and Minora-Wednesdays and Saturday!*, at 9.30 a.m. Pontn nnd Terra BPIU - Mondays end Wednesdays, at 9.30 a.m. Tenaodra-Tuesdays and Friday-, 9.30 a.m. M aim ABB Dulivehed kudM Sydney, Orange, B&lhurst, eto-Daily at 30 a m. Beurke, Nyngan, Narromme, eto-Daily at i a.30 p.m. | Coonsmble, Gilgrandra, etc-Wednesdays, I Fridays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Coblnirab, Mutrungundy and Baltimore-; Mondays 9 H.m , Tlursdnye, 4 p-io. Tomiasley and Peak Hill - Mondays, Wedi.e'dsys and Fridays, 4 p.m. Obley-Mondays and Thursday*, 4 p.tn. Poato and Terra Bella - Tuesdays and £arardays, 4 p.m. Tenntidra-Mondays and Thur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894
Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class lNos fianos BY Steinway and Sons, Krard and Co., Julius Fenrich, Utbol and Lechleiter, Carl Ecko Goia Bnd Kallmann, the " Viotor," the " Belling," &o. Also have a lartrc and seieu i-took of nil other "veil-(mow" timbers, such asCollnrd, Kirkmann, Lipp, &c., &c. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Blade upon honour. Hold open meri', known the world over. The beet and cheapest. Oyer a quarter of a million already told. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The bent for tone, tune, imd ournbilily. Hr.ie meWid Eiiet Imts fit oil F>1 ililii W. H. PALIKCr and Co . Limited, puiranteo all their instruments. Thoir principle ha h»eu to (-upp)y only thoroughly reliable inatrumeniH, and they here now the lurges l'inno and Music Imsineh* iu Aumra.in. The t-terling qualitirn of tlieir Pianos hit been nbundnmly proved by loop and varied experience in thtPB colonies. Thi-ir hiryo b ne*s mm ample rrsnurees pnahle them to secure the best make...