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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

Local and General News. THE WEATHER.-The weather has been very oppressive during the last few days. On Wednesday evening a storm passed over, but though a good fall of rain was experienced at the racecourse, very little fell in the town itself. Rain is badly wanted, as grass is getting burnt up, and tanks are very low. The highest reading of the thermometer was 0n Wednesday, when it reached' I02deg. WESLEYAN. - A covenant service will be held in the Wesleyan Church to-morrow (Sunday) morning. The usual quarterly meeting will be held on Wednesday evening next in the church. WHILLANDRA. RACES. - A day's racing will be held at Whillandra on Anniversary Day, January 26. Pro- gramme will appear in a future issue. THE FATAL ACCIDENT TO A BOY.-An inquest was held on Wednesday by the District Coroner, Mr. R. G. Dulhunty, J.P., into the death of the boy Frank Corrigan, who was killed by being run over by a waggon on Tuesday, as reported in our last issue. A verdict was returned of accidental...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

'?fv-vCTT-NT t^tges FOR coxnxrrcrEtrz- BtrrERS i iTB C ? k POP YOUR ORDERS IN THE POST AND ADDRESS THEM AS UNDER. , . . -.-/,11 1 ".J ~~ *11 +|jui t.ho Pecroie it brings unc?<7r notice are vouf Dcst and Truest jPrien<J When you read.this paper, PAUSE at our Advertisement, PONPER^oyer^^^ TvEEYWHBEE, Hj ? JQiXi X JL X±XJN Cj tLi IN X J2J * "pf , condition of the mind by inducing: that Peace and Prosperity which High fricea anil Shoddy Commodities And a Peoples' applauee toils us that OUR WABES ABE GOOD, us wel) as UflEAP, that they minister to the bodily comfort as well as beinp calculated to lB^vrnvo tuo cowi WAX, and SEND TO TJS FOR EVERTH.ING, because we never disappoiuc; because, mm never Mmrnand. We bave:IrieudB who SWEAR BY TJS x every Hamlet, Townehip, City, and Hole and Corner Bush Settlement in the Colony, WHO 8T£ U\^AjR qF PANTS, a SILK PETTICOAT, a SET OF CHINA TEA THINGfS, or a HOtfSl Whether its a small or big parcel that's wanted ^vc'ce up to time, ...

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INTERCOLONIAL. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

INTERCOLONIAL. PERTH, Friday. Two miners who have just arrived at Coolgardie were thirteen months walking there from Northern Queens- land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

CATARRH HOT FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS. A NEW HOME TREATMENT. SUFFERERS are not generally aware that these   diseases are contagions, or that they are due to the presence of living parasites in the lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes. Microscopic research, however, has proved this to be a fact, and the result is that a ample remedy has been formulated whereby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cured by a few simple   applications made at home by the patient once in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining   his new treatment is sent on receipt of 2½d, stamp by A. HUTTON DIXON, 43 and 45 East Bloor St. TORONTO, Canada  

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DUBBO CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

DUBBO CRICKET CLUB. The above club will journey to Orange and Bathurst and play matches at these places on 26th and 27th instants respectively.   Players desirous of taking part in these matches are requested to send in their names at once to the selection committee, Messrs. Ranken, Kable, and Palmer. A practice match will be played this afternoon on the oval, and members are requested to put in an appearance at a quarter to 3 o'clock.

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DUBBO CO-OPERATIVE MILLING COMPANT, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

DUBBO CO-OPERATIVE MILLING COMPANY, LIMITED. A MEETING of applicants for shares was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening to approve articles of association, and appoint directors for the first year, The Ven.   Archdeacon Wilson was voted to the chair. It was at first thought the meeting was only of a formal nature, but Mr. J. Holmes was prepared with a large number of amendments to the articles, some of which were carried, and the discussion thereon extended to such length that the meeting was not concluded until eleven o'clock. In opening the proceedings the Chairman   stated that he knew nothing of the business of the evening, but would leave that to be explained by the officers of the company, and would content himself with conducting the meeting and putting the resolutions. He called on Mr. Booth to explain the object of the meeting. MB. R. BOOTH, provisional solicitor to the company, said it was a meeting of applicants for shares in the Dubbo Co-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

THE BANK AUSTRALASIA.   Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835. Bail-up Capital . . . . . . . . £1,600,000 Reserve Fund (of which £500.000 is invested at 2¾ per cent. con-   sols at 95) . . . . . . . . . . . . . £800,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietors under the Charter . . . . . £1,600,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .£4,000,000 DUBBO BRANCH Highest Current Rate allowed on Fixed     Advance made on liberal terms upon the ensuing clips of wool. of wool. All usual banking business transacted JOHN W. SILLAR, Manager     ORIENT LINE OP ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. TpHE folltftMng Koyal Mail Steamships JL bulonirinit to the ORIENT and PACT l'7C COMPA NIKS will leave SYDNEY 'at norfn "U the uinlermontionecl dates for ?PLYMOUTH nod ILOfTDON (Tilbury) -via Melbourne, Adalaido, Albany, Oolombo, and the Suez Canal, 'Calling at Naples an Gibraltar ? 'OROTAVA URUUA AUSTRAL cvxco 'OPnlK, .OhMAtiA .3 ?*> '2 It. iStud...

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To Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

To Correspondents. ATTENTION to the following rules may save a good dead of trouble or disappointment. With every communication must be sent the same and address of the writer, not   necessarily for publication, but as it guarantee of good faith ; otherwise, no attention can be paid to the letter.   Rejected communications will not be returned. The writers should keep drafts or copies. We claim the right to excise anything which we deem objectionable from letters; and correspondents who decline to accede to   that course can say no when they send their letters. Should we find correction necessary, under these circumstances the letters will not be published in the LIBERAL. Consideration, and avoidance of offensive personalities, are two things which we   specially commend to the notice of corres- pondents, if they wish to be certain that their communications will be accepted by us. Enquiries on matters unconnected with our business ...

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, January 6, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Saturday, January 6, 1894. The good work done by the Dubbo Refrigerating and Boiling Down Com- pany has been repeatedly drawn at- tention to in our columns, and that their enterprise in establishing such an industry was appreciated was amply testified by the expression of goodwill at the late historical public meeting. The work carried on by the company has proved of service not only to the business men of the town by the employment it has given to residents, but has also given pro- ducers better value for their sheep than they could otherwise obtain. But useful as the company has proved, its powers for good may be greatly extended. So far its attention has been devoted only to the work indi- cated by the latter part of its title ; the refrigerating yet remains unde-   veloped. That this is so is not to be   taken as a reproach to the company   for lack of enterprise : it is rather due   to...

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'TWEEN DECKS ON THE ROYAL TAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

TWEEN DECKS ON THE ROYAL TAR. [BY THE REV. FRED. HASTINGS.] CLOSE to the wharf at Port Adelaide lay the Royal Tar. A small tug was waiting to take her out to the ocean. All was bustle on board. The last casks of provisions were being hauled over the bulwarks. On board everything was being made snug and tidy. The new captain was carrying a bundle of charts to his cabin that would be useful   hereafter. Men down in the hold were shifting coal bags to "trim" the vessel. Her head had to be lifted further out of water to enable her to stem the waves and sail more easily.   Between decks bunks were being lifted, women's quarters partitioned off, and luggage placed in position. Those who could do nothing to help were wisely filling up time in other ways - some reading papers, reviews, novels ; others writing last letters to their friends ere starting. That piano in a rough case will be opened out in time and make music for the pioneers. Last voyage they had two, b...

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SIR HENRY PARKES AT BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

SIR HENRY PARKES AT BATHURST. SIR Henry Parkee addressed a crowded audience at the School of Arts, Bathurst, on Wednesday evening. In the course of his remarks he said: - Speaking of Government conducts me into this question in which you   are interested in Bathurst, the question of Freetrade as against Protection. Of course any Government, let it assume what form it may, has to raise revenue. It must have revenue, and the revenue must be raised from the persons who are to be governed. Now, on this question of theoretical Freetrade I at once lay it down as a maxim which cannot be departed from without great injury to the State, that the revenue has to be raised for the one purpose only, that purpose being to meet the necessary expenses of Go- vernment itself. I deny that any set of men who happen to be in office have any moral right to levy taxation for any other purpose in the world except to meet the expenses of carrying on the government. Of course the sum ought to b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

W. H. PALING & CO., LTD. " ^1*?. £t/% Sole Agents for the Celebrated High-Class I»IA.ISTOJS ^I-A-ISTOSi BY Stemwzy and Sons, Jirard and Co., Julius Fenrieh, Usbel and Lechleiter, Csrl Ecko Gors and Kallmann, the Victor," the " Belling," &e. Also have a lar^rc and seleo stock of nil other well-lmown makers, such as Collard, Kirkinann, Lipp, &c., &c. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. 3£ade upon honour, soM upon merit, known "the world nver. The beet and cheapest. Over ;i quarter of a million alrendy sold. Boosey's Perfected Band Instruments The beat lor tone, tune, nnd 'durability. H ave jecemd Fiitt 1 nzes at all Exhilitic W. H. PALING and Co., Limited, guarantee all their instruments. Their principle ha been to supply only thoroughly reliable instruments, and they have now the larges l'iano nnd Music liusinchs in Australia. The sterling qualities of their Pianos .bit been abundantly proved by long and varied experience in thtso colonies. Their iBrge 'jjti n...

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THE DUBBO WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

THE DUBBO WATER SUPPLY. His Worship the Mayor of Dubbo returned on Wednesday from Sydney, where he had been to hurry up matters in connection with the Dubbo water supply. Mr. Soane got through a great amount of business during big one day in the metropolis. he first proceeded to the Public Works Department where he interviewed Mr. Barling, Under- Secretary. The result of his representa- tions was that portions of the engines have been despatched from Sydney, and will probably arrive in Dubbo this (Saturday) morning. With regard to the alignment question, the Under Secretary agreed that the proper mode of striking the rates would be for water consumed within 50 yards from the main, and not 50 yards from the alignment. The Mayor then interviewed Mr. Darley, Engineer-in-Chief, Harbours and Rivera Department, who accepted Mr. Soane's suggestion that local timber should be used in the construction of the cottages for the turncock and engineer, and on advertisement will be found in our co...

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TALERAGAR LODGE, No. 74. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

TALBRAGAR LODGE, No. 74. The installation of officers in connection with this lodge for the term ending 30th June, 1894, took place on Tuesday night   2nd January, at the lodge-room, Protestant Hall. The ceremony was performed by the Right Worthy District Deputy Grand Master, Bro. C. J. L. King, P G, assisted by Marshal Bro. T. L. Peters. The officers installed were: - N G, Bro. A. C. Miller ; V G, Bro. J. H. Barrett ; Treasurer, Bro. T. A. Graham ; Rec. Secretary, Bro. D. M'Callum ; Perm. Secretary, Bro. F. J. M'Loghlin. The appointed officers were : Warden, Bro. Webb ; Conductor. Bro. Peters ; Inside Guardian, Bro. Reid ; Out- side Guardian, Bro. Whitbourne ; R S to N G, Bro. Clifton ; L S to N G, Bro. Sullivan ; R S to V G, Bro. Sloane ; L S to V G, Bro. Writer. Finance Committee : Bro. P C. C. L. King, Bro. T. L, Peters, and Bro. H. W. Sullivan. Grand Lodge   Representative : P G Bro. C. J. L. King.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

thetW, "-vQEKlJlire ARTICLES^. CLEMESgt-TONlC; }? FI/ETCHEES PILLS, ft IMITATED ! ' * BUT UNRIVALLED AND UNEQUALLED,^ CLEMENTS* TONIC is a scientifio chemical food, and restores the tissue wasted - by the vocations of every d»y life, is a prompt and ssfe remedy for neuralgia, tjer«m*nG£», weakness, debility, liver complaint, dtop«y, and chronic indigestion. FLETCHER'S PILLS cure backache, headache, liver tepidity, 4 and all compla'Ht» it the stonadc and These two remedies have been thoroug tested in fell the hot toantries of the They are sold at a pfioe within tb« 1 .11 people. Evidence i< forwarded reoeipt of name and address that will i tbe moat sceptical as to their virtue®. are sold everywhere, bat care tnatt be f that the genuine are obtained or the ) and time are wasted and the disease 1 so modi the more serious. MILITARY. - A parade of the local company will take place at the Drill Hall at 6 o'clock this evening, in preparation for the inspection a Bathurst on Anni...

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LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, JAN. 2. (Before the P.M. and Mr. F. E. Body, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, JAN. 2. (Before the P.M. and Mr. F. E. Body, J.P.) The following renewals were granted :- W. J, Williams, Cobbora ; R. M'Donald, Bunde mar ; D. Raplus, Midway ; G. B. Richardson, Dandaloo ; Emma Orbell, Dubbo ; S W, Swain, Peak Hill ; M. L. Jones, Dubbo ; J. Leckie, Collie. A transfer was granted from George Howard to W. H. Delaney, and a wine and spirit merchant's license was renewed to Mr. J. G. Brown. Mr, J. Caux's application for a wine license was adjourned to 30th instant    

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ODDFELLOWS. MANCHESTER UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

ODDFELLOWS. MANCHESTER UNITY ONWednesday and Thursday last the   annual sittings of the movable committee of the Bathurst District branch of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows was held at the Oddfellows' Hall, Church -street, Dubbo. Those present were :- District officers :- W. E. Rowles, P.G M.; J. Rubie, P.D.G.M. ; J. T. Slack, P.C.S. Delegates :- W. J. Barrett, Blayney Star Lodge, Blayney ; R. Hughes, Pride of West Lodge, Wellington ; W. Bell, Pioneer Lodge, Bourke ; J. M'Lean, Pride of Nyngan Lodge, Nyngan ; W. J. Oxley, Peak Hill Lodge ; D. Fowler, Macquarie Lodge, Warren ; P. F. A. Kinna and W. Carroll, Pride of West Lodge. Molong ; A. Taylor, Star of Turon Lodge, Sofala ; J. Ackerman, United Miners Lodge, Hill End ; W. Millman and J. Hull, Kincora Lodge, Bathurst. The report and balance-sheet were adopted, the latter showing that the district was in a very flourishing condition. A large quantity of business was transacted. The question of formin...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]       SYDNEY, Thursday. THE holidays having ended, the city is   settling down to its normal condition, and business man generally are wondering if the New Year will bring them some com- pensation for the slackness of trade that has prevailed during the past year. A hopeful view seems as a rule to be taken of the future prospects of the country, but that there will be any great revival in trade is an opinion hardly entertained by the most sanguine. The most that can be hoped is that the depression will not further extend, and that the present rate of business will be maintained and gradually increased. Now that we may reasonably hope that the greatest depth of the depression has been passed the upward   progress, if slow, should be certain. Of course, one ordinarily successful year will not remove all traces of the serious diffi- culties with which the colony has had to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

  TO THE DEAF. - A Gentleman who cured himself of Deafness and Noises in the Head, after fourteen years' suffering, will gladly send full particulars of the remedy post free. Address: HERBERT CLIFTON, Albany Buildings, 89, Victoria street, Westminster, LONDON, S.W ADVERTISEMENTS. Complimentary Concert THE Committee of the HOOPER COM- PLIMENTARY BENEFIT CONCERT wishing to include some of the choruses from the Operas "Les Cloches de Corneville " and   " Patience" in the programme, the attendant and assistance of those who took part in those operas is respectfully invited at a Rehearsal to be held in the Church of England Schoolroom on MONDAY EVEN- ING NEXT, at 7.45 sharp. T. A. GRAHAM, Hon. Sec. Notice. MR. F. H. POOLEY, of Douglas and Co., Sydney, and Talbragar-street, Dubbo, is authorised to collect moneys due to the Dubbo Liberal, and his receipt will be sufficient discharge. W. WHITE, Mannger. To Let. A FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE, with Kitchen, in Brisbane-stree...

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EXTRAORDINARY DOUBLE FATALITY. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

EXTRAORDINARY DOUBLE FATALITY. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. A REMARKABLE double fatality oocurred at Albert Park last night shortly after 10 o'clock. At the time there were hundreds of people promenading in the immediate vicinity, it being an oppressive night, and the band was playing on the ssplande. Among those present was a domestic earrant named Annie M' liollau, who was on the pier with a party of friends, including Robert Alfred Burtles, her sweetheart. She withdrew from the rest of the party a moment, with Buttles; suddenly she drank some liquid out of a bottle and flung the empty bottle in his face, saying, "There, you will be troubled by me no longer." She immediately sprang over the railing into the «ea, which was fairly smooth at tho time, The pier was crowded with people, but nothing was doae on tbe instant to rescue her, and Burtles seemed too dumbfounded to do anything. One of the spectators, however-a young man named Satchell, a well-known bicyclist and athlete, who was walk...

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