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A CHINESE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 March 1894
A CHINESE CASE. ON Tuesday, at the Bathurst police court, &nbsp; Lum Wing Foo, on remand, was charged with stealing £2 10s from Lee Kum, at Dubbo. The case for the prosecution was that prosecutor was a storekeeper at Dubbo, and that he had lent prisoner £10 ; on last Sunday night week prisoner visited prosecutor, and had a conversation with him about the loan, during which a customer came in ; prosecutor had hung his waistcoat, containing £2 10s, &nbsp; upon the wall ; he returned from the shop and resumed the conversation, prisoner leaving soon after ; next morning com- plainant discovered that the money had been taken from the pocket of the garment ; no one could have broken into the place, and no one had access to it except accused ; com- plainant looked for accused, who he found had gone to Bathurst, and followed him ; saw him on the railway station, and threatened to give him in charge, whereupon be said he would go back to Dubbo with him and give him back the m...
A Divorce Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 March 1894
A Divorce Case. The divorce suit instituted by Mr. Te Kloot, which lasted three days, concluded yesterday. The jury brought in a verdict by a majority to the effect that respondent had been guilty of adultery with the co- respondent, John Edye Manning aged 60, and that there had been no connivance. Manning was ordered to pay £2000 damages. This sum is to be settled on Mrs. Te Kloot and her child ; and in the event of Mrs. Te Kloot marrying again the child is &nbsp; to get the money. The co-respondent has also to pay the costs of the suit.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 March 1894
MARRIAGE. BROWN—DAVIDSON.—February 27th, at St. Paul's, Nyngan, by the Rev. R. S. Smith, John Thomas, eldest son of T. B. Brown, of "Halfmoon," Cannonbar, to &nbsp; &nbsp; Anna Isabella, third daugher of R. &nbsp; Davidson, of Dubbo.
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
To (!orr«»|K>Adeali* AWESTION to tli» follou in r rule* may save a 1 food deal uf tioublo or disappointment. With erery communication must be sent the name and adiress uf tbe writer, not . aeoesrarily for publication, but aa a jjmranteo of good faith ; otherwise, no attention can bu paid to tba let) or. Rejected communications mil not be ' returned. The writers should keep droits or ttpiea. We claim tbe right to exags anything which we deem objectionable from letters ; and correspondents who decline to accede tn that oouree oan say so when they send their IcttetB. Should we find correction necessary, ?nder these circumstances the letters will nut bs published in the LIBERAL. Condensation, and avoidance of offensive personalities, aie two things which we specially commend to the notice of corres pondent, if they wish to be oertain that their communications will be accepted by us.
How a Poor Mother Died. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
How a Poor Mother Died. A I'I.im.'iuu; nw oi dentil from ths | inicii.s'.' cold mil t;(:irvn(iini (sny> ti'? London ('?I'-lm-iif' ) his jus! &lt;;uisi-? 10 ! liti1 Lit- mi Wiiiiilswm lli ( Jv.!L;'l:r,id) ? A > 111 ill Miitnc!I Wiiliifiis Iiinu: in Asli ; Tra;-gt\iVL\ \V mds.vorftli, li t-5 bei'ii j out of work (Vir mm- uiiintli.;. and j hi tidy, to keep liis wil'is ail J ehildren ! from Kt trvinc*, lisi'i 11. on wiirkimr in j i tlin stone-yard. Upon returning j i bom" from work, lie found his wile' .sil.uiiir dead in her chair with her; j tlmv.*. ehildrou »t finding stroiim! waning at liar. A doctor was ! Hniimioiiod, and it was then fui'nd ! f.lin(? tho div-easod had been dnml 1 li i Iioihn, ;nid tli.aft tho cliililn "i hid been I gassing at her und wondering why sin.' j wh.S .SO Mill. The coroner WHS com- ! nuinieated with, but beint?' satisfied J with tin1 eimso of detiftli as submitted! tit him by the doctor, hp dispensed, with ail inquest. The coronet' assisted I ...
Humour, in the Schoolroom. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
Humour, ill the Schoolroom A Toiioxtu school inspector, named J. L. Hug-lies, has put iogether ijj the Canadian Magazjni; for July a con siderable uurnber of good stories. Some of them are not now, but most, of thorn art) well worth printing, for a good story cau hardly be told too often, flic following samples are cullcd from liis paper: . Oot of the Mouths of Babes aud Sucklings. * Who made you r' linked a primary tiacber. The little givi addressed evidently wished to be accurate in her reply. ' God made mo so long ' indicating the length of a short baby ?-' and 1 growed the rest..' 'Who wore the foolikIi virgins r' brought the prompt answer froia ;t wise little ffiri ?' ' Them as didn't get married.' 'Boys,' said a teacher, 1 can any of you quote a verse from Scripture to prove that it is woug for a man to have two wives ?' He paused, and after a nioino.ut a bright boy raised his hand. ' Well, Thomas,' said the tpacher encouragingly. Thomas stood up aud said solemnly, 'Kn man cau...
MOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
MOTES AND COMMENTS. THE new Moderator of tlie Presby terian General Assembly lias, by his unorthodox theory as to the verbal inspiration of the Sciipturee, created a sensation in the ranks of the assembled disciples of John Knox. The result has been that a discussion has arisen which at times threatened to rival in warmth some of those that occur in " another place." Points of order have been taken with a frequency which led one clergyman to remark that ho did not know where he was, an expression which he had to withdraw with proper parlia mentary celerity. The differences of opinion are not at all edifying, and the debate has not been of such a nature as to enhance the dignity of the Church. It would be as well in future if such debateable theological points were threshed out before being put forward by the temporary head of the Church, as coming from such a source they are naturally regarded as an expression of the opinion of the whole body, which the present Moderator's theory is...
DUBBO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
DXJBDO HOSPITAL, THE regular monthly committee meeting' was held ou Friday evening at the Town Kali, when there were present-Mr. G. II. Taylor (President), Messrs. Phillips, Brown, Kitchen, Sillar, Links, Morgan, Grace, Buland, Simpson, J. Samuols, Dr. Fitz-Patrick, and the Secretary. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Intimation was received that the Govern ment subsidy, amounting to had been passed for payment. The Medical Uflicer's report for February was as follows:-"Admitted: Males, 10; females, 3 ; total 13. Discharged: Malos, 1; females, I ; total 2. Outpatients treated : 12 ; bottles of medicine issued, It. There are at present under treatment live cases of typhoid fever, all doing well. During the past month I was obliged to obtain the temporary assislauce of nurse Tucker, as two femalo patients required constant attention. I sent one male patient to the Benevolent Asylum, as further residence in ibe hospital was asoless.1' Accounts amounting to £al 15s lO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
SpocUl Advertisements. [A CARD.] fir. Louis Fitz-Patrick 'Vedle&l Officer Dabfeo Sospital. Ifacqutru ttmtl, DUBISO. Ask Your Doctor GflLBEY'S DRY GIN ?Is not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., Agonts, Sydney. Support Local Industry. fob frlntlng. ||ob jjrinting. GET TOUR JOB PBINTING DONE A.T ,THE OFFICE OF THE DUB DO LIBERAL, The CHEAPEST ami BEST in the Distriit.