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ANNUAL STOCK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

ANXVAL STOCK RETURNS, FOLLOWING are the returns for 1894, just completed ? DUBBO DISTRICT. Sheep ... ... 1,973,963 Cuttle ... ... 32.070 Horses... ... 14.307 PigR ... ... 2,501 CANKONBAR DISTRICT. Sheep ... ... 1,477,876 Cattle ... ... 22,047 Horses... ... 5,653 Pigs ... ... 857 We give the returns for last year for the purpose of comparison. It will be seen that there is a consider able decrease in the number of sbeep registered in the Dubbo district, which is accounted for by the largo numbers being operated upon at the boiling down establishments : DUBBO DISTEICT. Sheep ... ... 2,053,330 Cattle 34,321 Horses... ... 12,275 Pigs 2,091 CANNONBAR DISTEICT. Sheep ... ... 1,425,521 Cattle 18,746 Horses... ... 4,855 Pigs ... ... 628

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

WEATHER AKD STOCK. Bdbbo, Tuesday.-The weather has been fine, with cool nights. Bain is wry badly wanted, both by pastoralists and agricul turists. Following are|the stock passings: 1500 fat sheep, Skutliorpe owner, Gulargam* bone to Sydney. Warren : Tbe weather has remained fine since our last, no rain being reported though ! out the distriot. The following are the partings :-Feb. 19-3000 sheep from TJra wilkie for Belaruigar, Campbell Bros, owners, and a flock fram Th/irntonvale to Barlong Greek, Wakelin owner in charge. Coonamble: Tbe weather has been dry at Coonamble during the week, though gome thunderstorms have fallen in the neighbour hood. A good, general rainfall would do a lot of good. The following are the stock movements:-1500 mixed sheep from selec tions on "WetaHba to eeleotions on Yonie, A. Browne and Bonn owners and in obargo ; 3000 mixed sheep from the Bogan to Combogolnni;, \V. Peaoook owner and in charge; 600 fat ewes from Bllerelie to Dubbo, Bank of New 8ontli Wa...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Amending the Electoral Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

Amending the Eleotoral Act. It is understood that the main provision of the bill to be brought forward to amend the Electoral Act will be that a substituted right may be obtained by an elector after three months' residence in a new district, and the elector will be authorised to rote so soon as he receives such righ j from the registrar of the district to which he has removed.

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Land Thrown Open. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

Land 'Thrown Open. The Minister for Lands has ar ranged to throw open two large areas of land, one comprising 10,240 acres, r.at into 640 acre blocks, toithin ft few miles of Deuiliqain station ; aftdther a block of 10,000 acres, subdivided into blocks of from 100 to 320 acres. The latter consists of Dondorrigo Scrab, between the foot of the tableland of New England and Coff's Harbour.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

'STM&SI Alvertl&oi&fi&ts. CtttD.] Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrict ICeAleal Oftotr Safebo Hospital. Mmcfuarir itmt, DVBBO. M Your Doctor TF DRY GIN" 3s not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., Agents, Sydney. Support local Industry. fob printing. flFdb printing. » i GET TOUR *©B PRINTING ! CONE *T TKH OFFICE I OP THE DUBBO LIBERAL, \ The CHEAPEST and BEST in the Hiitriit.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

To Correspondents. tmamon totbe following rules mny an » of trouble or disappointment. TWtt wnrr commnujaation must be sent i.lks aa®» and address of the miter, not aeeestarilyforpablioation, but as .guarantee . , Wtb; btbanriae.Jio attentioncwbe j i|>ald tothelstter. ?! . i . - Bejected. eommtmications will not bej returned. <The writers should keep drafts or j / ij We olahn "theriifht to extrie* auyibinjj. wlriob -we deem objectionable from letters 7. nWMl uMnijiuiulMta who decline to accede to ] thatoonrw can aay*o when they Mod their5 letter*. Should we findoowection neceuoiy, ?sderthaseielnniraitsscF* the iettert-wilJoot . juaUMwd-m ?the ^MuaiiL. Oo»d«Qgati«D, and «yoida»oe 01 offensive. penmimlitias, ait two Jtbings wbieb we .penally commend to iba notice <¥f copras- r pondeoU, if ihny wirii to be .certain that' tlieir coDimonication* will be accepted fey '

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, February 28, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND fHACQUARIE ADVOCATE. WcdMitar, hbruir 2M, lg«l. "THE amendments made by the legislative Council in the Mining on Private Lands Bill have been viewed with concern by those .who hoped for good results from the passing of the Act assent up from the Assembly- It is satis factory to note that the repre. aentations made to Mr, Cope, land, who introduced the measure in the Lower House, have resulted in that gentleman taking steps to have the bill re-committed in the Council, when aa effort will be made to replace in the interpretation clause the minerals which Mr. Piggott and his conservative supporters succeeded in striking -out. The bill as at present amended would be productive of little good, as the difficulties that would occur if the tabooed minerals were found in con junction with gold would lead to endless confusion. Mr, Piggott and his friends probably were jubilant over their success in rendering the bill practically inoperative bv removing tin, antimony, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

?POP YOUR ORDERS UT THE POST AM ADDRESS THEM. AS UNDER. vXPtoB:yHireBd'dliil«qicr'rACSEal<nttAdv*tieeasaitr'FOIfyERitover,THINK'Of itj-andThen^on mke ill the morning you will conclude thai the People it toringe under notice ar« your Beet and Truest Friend ?EYBBYTHINfi SENT BTBETWHEBB. " . ' . . Atod a PwpW applause tells us thfit OUR I^ABEIS ABS GOOD, tta well as CHEAP, that thej minister to the bodily comfort as well as being calculated to improve the condition of the jniud by inducing that Peace Prices and Shoddy Commodities ^Bever wamaDd. WA iava lriefldsvboSWEAB BY rS ^eFetyHft^Iei:, Township, Oifcy, and Hole and Corner Bush Settlement in the Colony, WHO -STICK''TO US LIKE WAX, and SENI> TO US FOB-EV^TH^C^ because we never diaappoiu*; because, whether its a email or big parcel that's vant«J jWe're up to time, and die {foods we send axe invariably what are wanted. Our talent for choosing savours of the marvellous, and a PAIB OF PANTS, a SILK PETTICOAT, a ShT OF CHIN...

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The Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

The Oattie Market. Prices were lower. Best beef, 12s.

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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The Sheep Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

FROM OtTR SPECIAL AGENT. NEW SOUTH WALES. STDNEY, Tuesday. The Sheep Market. SHEEP 'were in {excess of requirements, and prioes were lower. Best wethers, ?s 6d; medium, 5s to 6s.

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Curious Home Industries. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

Curious Home Industries. THE home industries of London are manv and various. Of late years they have languished under the foreign sweater. Many a tome which was creditably maintained is siow a mere den of starvation. ' The foreign Jew, both as a toiler and sweater, has ruined the home work -of the metropolis, The ingenious Yankee who invented wooden nutmegs did not have much of a show after his fi at cargo ; but there is in i^ondon a curious, nutmeg industry that is of long standing. It was discovered by the commissioners of the ** British Weekly" on a tour of the smaller industries of the metropolis. Mending bad nut meg.® employs a-colony of women at Hackney. They fetch the worai-eaten fruit from the spice factories -and warehouses, and patch them up with nuimeg. dust. A good nutmeg is ground to powder and mixed with glue and gum. ThiB is then used to fiil up the holes in the bad nut megs, which are returned for aale to the employer, who pays for the labour the starvation vrage of ...

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PEAK HILL MINING. (From the TIMES). The Proprietary. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

P£dE HILL WXIXQ. (From the TIMS). The Proprietary. THE operations at this mina have been principally confined to the filling in of tile Htopee, for whioh purpose a large quantity of mullock lying on the surface ha« been used. The filliag-in of the stopes at tbe 300ft. also those at tbe 180ft levels on the new shoot., has been completed, and the work of breaking ore iB now being aotivelv proceeded with. The etopes botween tbe 160ft and the 100ft levels, and those above the 100ft ate now being filled in, and will be completed by tbe tine this report appears in print, when sloping will be commenced. At the New Find, near the main Bhaft, the work of stoping has been continued all this week, and between 60 and 60 tons of ore sent to tbe mill. At the 180ft level on the old No. 2 Judo, south east of the main shaft in the old etopes, which have been previously worked, a considerable amount of payable ore was left en the walls. Men are now engaged stripning it off and tending it to tbe mill ...

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GILGANDRA v. TOORAWINA. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

GIUHNDB*. V. TGOBJLWINI. [From our own Correspondent.] A cricket match between an eleven of Toorawina and the local team tank place at Gilgandra on Saturday, 17th instant. The day was fine and the wicket good. Appended are Ih? scores: Toorawini-1st Innings. W. Wall, b D. MoMuUan 6 C. Lyons, c Marchant. b Gaynon ... 4 T. Hoffman, o and b Marohant ... S A. Nicholson, b D. MoMahon ... 1 J. Lyons, run out ... ... 2 M. McKean, o Marohant, b MoMuUan 4 T. Smith, run ont.... ... ... 0 H.Irwin, c Marchant, bD, MiMullan 0 H, Sbumack, o and b Marchant ... 7 J. BesBly, b J. Gaynon ... ... 3 VV. Read, not oat... ... ... 0 Byes ... ... ... 4 Total 33 Gilgandra-let Innings. D. MoMuUan, c J. Lyons, b C. Lyons 15 C. Marchant, b C. Lyons ... ... 18 A. Townsend. c Wall, b J. Lyons ... 3 \V. Croker, c and b J. Lyons ... 2 W. Riohardson, bC. Lyons ... 0 M. Morris, b McKean ... ... 4 J. Gaynon, b C. Lyons ... ... 8 E. Smith, o Hopman, b McKean ... 14 P. McMallan, c Hogman, b 0. Lyons 11 T. Wrigley, not o...

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CRICKET. BANKERS AND CIVIL SERVANTS v. ALL-COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

miCKST. JUNKEW ASD Cmx BEETAIUS V. AIA-COHKM. THIS match «u retained oh ths Oval on Saturday afternoon. The Bankers io their first innings compiled 115,47 leu than their opponents. Hone played a good iViniriga for 39, giving 110 chances ontil . the one which disposed of him. Smith 27, Bonn 13, and Armstrong II were the only others to make a stand again Bt the bowling of Lipsoombe and Rives, who each seoared five wickets. The All-comers in the seoond innings gave n very feeble exhibition of batting, and were dismissed for 47, W. Brown contributing a lucky 15 not out. Huane with 10 was the only other batsman who roaohed doable figures. Kahle was in splendid form with the ball, and eeoutnd eight wiokets. He was well supported by Rankeu, whose two wickets were verv inex pensive. The Bankers had te make 95 runs to scoro a win, and an exciting finish resulted. The first three wfokets felt for 26, bat Fisher, Ranken, and Armstrong, by good oricket, took the scores to 73 for seven wioketa. ...

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WARREN LAND BOARD. (Before Messrs. W. C. Cardew, J.P., Chairman, D. Soane, J.P., and D. Bell, J.P.) FEBRUARY 22. Inquiry under Section 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

WARREK LAUD BOARD (Before Mcsura. W. C. Cardew, J.P., Chairman, D. Soane. J.P., and D. Bell, J.P.) Febbuaet 22. Inquiry under Section 20. William Thompson, Merinele; adjourned to next court W. H, Porry, Bebrae t one month allowed to complete improvements Percy Felton, Bemunnel; approved Bink of New South Wales, Uriel; further inspection directed Investigation Cases. Q. M. M'Eaffie, Killendoon; eurvoy directed James Welsh, Bullagreen, o p and c 1; survey directed Confirmation, Bents, etc. Margaret Robertson, Umangla; confirmed Roland Todhunter, c p, Killendoon; survey directed Jsmee Neagle, Stanhope, c p, 2 c 1; survey directed Notice of Withdrawal of Application. John Flaherty, Colly burl; approved, J5S deducted for su> vey Annual Leases. John Colley, Umangla; disallowed Edwin N. Blacket, Gerwa (2 cases); adjourned Application to Enolose Roads. Rose M. Kendall, Buigeraga; granted Charles Siubbs, Oooran and Beurdina; granted William Wallace, Umangla, two appli cations; granted Hen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

CATARRH, HAY FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS. A NEW HOME TREATMENT. SUTFEBEBS are not generally aware that these diseases are contagions, or that tliey are due to the presence of living parasites in the lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes. Mieroscopic research, however, has proved this to be a fact, and the result is that a simple remedy has been formulated whereby tlieso distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cured by a few simple applioationB mado at home by the patient once in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining this new treatment is sent on receipt of 2Jd stamp by A. HUTTON DIXON, 43 and 45 East Bloor 6t. TORONTO, Canada

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

WHAT EVERYBODY SAVS MUST BE TRUE Everybody save BILLY TEA IS THE BEST TEA tbey ever drank. If yon have never used it TEY IT ONCE. EUREKA Two caa-e of drowning were reported at 31 oanut on Monday. A man named Anderson wa» drowned in the Murray at Boilean while bathing. The pnlioe are still searching {or the body. The other case was that of a young mannamed Frank Harrison, who was drowned in the (Jnnbowar C<eek. jW Harrison went out on a fishing excursion cm Sunday morning. A London cable states that the cargo of frasffl meat and butter by the steamer .Hnrntiv Orange from Sydney bus aimed in excellent conditio!). The feit try butter realised I lit per «wt.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. Father Byrne. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

ROHAN CATHOLIC. Rev. Father Byrne. St. Bridget's, Dubbo.-Sunday, March 4, Mass 8a.m. and 11 a.m ; Vespers, 7.30. Mass at Dubbo every morning at 7.

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND V[?]n. Archdeacon Wilson, Incumbent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

CHURCH NOTICES, CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ven. Archdeacon WilsoD, Incumbent. Holy Trinity, Dublio-Sunday, Maroli i, Morning 11, Evening 7-30. Week-night Bervios Thursday, 7.30 p.m. Continuation of lectures on the Acts of the Apostles. Murrumbidgerie-Servioe on Monday, March 5, at 7.30.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday, March 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 February 1894

WESLEY AN CHURCH. Sunday, Maroh 4th. Dubbo, 11 a.m. and 7.39. p.m. Mr. Berryman. Esoliol-3.30 p.m. Mr. Borrytnan. Birchdato-3 p.m. Mr. Bntler. Whitewood-3 p.m. Mr. Kindred,

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