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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, March 14, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
THE DDBBO LIBERAL AND JflACQUARIE ADVOCATE. WeAnendaj* March 14, 1M4. Tim scheme proposed by the Kev. T. W, Dunu ;&lt; t the Pres byterian General Assembly has at least the merit of being a practical attempt to relieve the destitution at present existing in the various centres of popu lation throughout the colony, The idea of forming a labour settlement under the auspices of a church is of course not claimed as original, as the Rev. J, D. Langley has for some time been endeavourng to make a success of a labour colony pro moted by him. That he has not yet achieved the results hoped should not, however, be taken as proof that such a scheme is im practicable. Mr. Dunn's pro posal would take somewhat different lines to that of Mr. Langley. In the first place, participation in it would be confincd to members of the Presbyterian Church, and this narrowing of the limits would .enable the Board of Control to obtain a better knowledge of applicants than if the scheme were open to all...
ROAD V. RAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
ROAD Y, M4.11. A btbokg poia t urged against the Railway Commissioners during the recent debate an the estimates was that in somo placet) bullook drivers were successfully competing with thain for the carriage of goods. As it is the fashion now for everything to be getting killed by something else, the roads woro said to have begun killing the railway#. The amount of damage done so far was not shown to be very considerable, but small as it is the commissioners were blamed for not having; prevented it, and thus saved the taxpayer from loss. When we seleot the kind of intellect capable of spontaneously generating such ideas as this from which to evolve tbe laws of the country, the only wonder is that the ohronio oonfcsion of our national affairs is not even greater than appears. The com jnieBiouers should run of the carriers, it ie jHaid, or confess themselves failures at the .business of railway administration. It is lucky for the oountry that we uave not .commissioners of a correspo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
POP YOUR ORDERS W THE POST AND ADDRESS THEM AS UNDER. iSOien you read iJiis paper PAUSE at our Advertisement, PON.UER it over, T3ELNK of it, and when you wake in llie morning you Trill conclude that, the People it brings under notice are your Best and Truest Friend BVEEYTHING SENT EYERYWHERE, And a PeopleB* applause tells us that OUR WARES A1?E GOOD, ds welJ as CHEAP, that they minister to tlio bo-lily comfort as well as being calculated to impi-ove the condition of the mind by inducing that Pencc and Prosperity which Tligh Prices and Shoddv Onrnmnilifio can never command. We have IriBiids who SWKAK BY US .a even- Iiinaiot, Township, City, aud Hole and Corner Jjusii Settlement in tho Colony, WHO STICK TO US LIKE WAX, and SEND TO US FOE EVERTITIKG, beoauso we nover disapnoiin,- becau *' Whether its a smollor big parcel that's uantcc .we're up to time, and the (ioods wo send arc invariably «hnt are wanted. Our talont. for choosiup savours of the marvellous, and a PAIR OF PANTS, n SILK...
THE RECENT SUPREME COURT LAND DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
TTTF. ME CENT SUPREME COUJIT LAND DECISION. 3k a supplement -to the Gazette, issued on Wednesday last, the following land in the Duhba land distriol, which, under tbe ruling of the Supreme Gourt in tbe M'Haffie case, ?would otkerwisa ,have been opeu for con ditional purchase, was reserved from sale or Jettne pending legislation : No. 20,093, county Narroraine, parish Waterloo, portions 8 end 9, 639 aires. The Crown lands within tbe boundaries of &lt; .measured portionuS and 0 g No. '20,094, county Lincoln, palish Coal bapgio, portion 10S, 140 acres. The Crown lauds witbin the boundaries of measured portion 108 No. 20,095, county Lincoln, parish Bungiebomar, 910 acres. Tbe Crown lands within boundaries of forfeited conditional lea»e 1352 No. 20,096, county Lincoln, parish Bald Hill, 200 sores. Tbe Crown lands witbin ftlin boundaries of measured portion 33 No. 20,097, county Lincoln, parish Baltimore, 300 acres. The Crown lands within the boundaries of measured portion No. 20,...
OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE.) Appointment. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
OFFICIAL MO 1IPICA. TIONS. (From tbe GAZETTE.) Appointment. MahSha.1. J. M'Mahon, Esquire, Clerk of Potty Sections at Nynfjan, to bo District Registrar ia Bankruptcy at that place, to act at suoh times as tlie Polico Magistrate of Dabbo is unable to undertake the duty, -BUth appointment to take effect from tbe 1st instant. Public Holiday. Wednesday, April 25, has been proclaimed a publiti holiday in the district of Dabbo. Notico of Cancellation. The regulation issued on 22nd January 1892, under tbe Diseases in Sheep Acts, which provides that ''way bills" for Sheep and " delivoiy notes '* for cattle issued in Queensland trill be accepted in New South Wales, has been cancelled. Tbe pledtre tn be given by labour modi* dates, at adopted by tbe Labour Conference on Saturday, binds them tn the rote of tk&lt;3 parly ml nil questions affecting- labonr lefinlittin. bat leaua tfeefj) UBfottwed i,~ miHir m»tWr«,
WEATHER AND STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
WEATBER AXI) STOCK. T)UHBO, Tuesday,-Nioe steady rain began to fall on Sunday evening, and up to 9 a.m. on Monday 45 points were registered ; there wan another downpour during Monday night, 23 points falling. To-day the weather is very warm, 93 degrees being reached this afternoon. Thoie are no stock passing;*. The following rainfall was reported yesterday morning :- Narromine, 21G points ; Peak Hill, 46 ; Wellington, 21 ; Warren, 55 ; Nyngan, 77 ; Novertire, 40. Warren.-Since our last report the weather has been changoablo and showery, nice rain being experienced betweon Tuesday nud Thursday between the river and the Bullagreen, 10 points falling in Warren and 70 at Ellengerah, and nearly an inch altngetheron the Martbaguy. The following arc tho stock payings :-7700 ram* and ewea from Coree to Embie, Fisher Bros, owners, EL Fisher in charee; 2300 fat ewes from Polly Brewan to Nevoitire, Barton and Taylor owners, Gordon iu charge ; 2300 sheep from the Brigalowa to Dubbo, Brown owner...
CRICKET. ALBERTS v. DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
CRICKET. ALBERTS T. DTTPBO, THE above elubs played a one-innings matoli on the Oval on Saturday, resulting in a win for the former by 9 runs. The Alberts, batting one man short, ran up a soore of 133, Howe making 51 and Bailey (Orange) 20. E. Orbell played a lueky innings for 16 not out, and Oassin also reached double figures. Dubbo went to the wiokets with the dis advantage of bad light, but made a hard fight for victory, as when only 10 runs wero required two wickets had to fall. However, Howe secured both these without the total being increased, and soared a win for his aide. M. Soaae played good criokot for 28 not out, while Kab'.e 27, M'lvay 26, D. Soane 13, Flannery 10, and Dunn 10 bIbo shutved good form. D. Soane was the most successful bowler for the losers, and Howe and Ran ken for the Alberts. Following are tbe scoies: Alberto, Bailey, o C. Soano, b ICablo ... 20 E. Howe, o Douglas, bD. Sosuc ? . 51 O. Taylor, run out ... 2 H. Rack-en, b Douglas .. ... 0 P. Smith, run out ...
APPLICATIONS FOR OCCUPATION LICENSE OF LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
APPLICATIONS FOR OCCUPATION LICENSE OF LANDS. THE following regulation has been approved and gazetted, and will be substituted for that at present in force bearing the same number, under tlio Crown Lands Act: *' 105. Every application foranoccupalion license of land of which the applicants' pastoral lease is about to expire, shall be in form 35, and shall be sent by registered letter or delivered to the Under Secretary, together with a provisional license fee at the rate required by section 33 of the Act of 1889 calculated from the date of expiration of the pastoral lease to the 31st December of the same year. If the pastoral lease be in the Central Divi sion, and the lessee has not applied for an extension thereof, the application for an occupation license as aforesaid shall be lodged not less than six months before the expiration of the lease. If an extension of the leise has been applied for and has not been granted, the application for an occu pation license shall be lodged with...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON", Monday. PARLIAMENT opened to-day. The Queen's speech stated that it was ex pected an early and equitable adjustment of the frontier question with Russia would be brought about. Parleyings were in progress with tho United States Government with regard to the execution of the Boh ring Sea award. The inquiry wss proceeding in a calm and dignified manner. The speech deplored collisions with the French in West Africa. Agrarian crime in Ireland has been reduced under ordinary law to tho lowest point for the past 15 years. i
ADDITIONAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
ADDITIONAL CONDITIONAL TUBGJIASES, IN a recent oaBe which came before it tho Land Court held that a conditional puroli aser who had paid the baliuce due on liid seleotion had no right to secure an addi tional conditional purchase, as even if he hid i not got the title to the land, he bad lately by the full payment ceased to be a conditional purchaser. This is au old point, and so far back as 1878-79 Mr. Justioo Foster and Mr. Justioe VVindeyer, when filling 'the post of Attorney -General, gave direetly opposite views on the matter. The former held that a conditional purchaser waa only so while conditions remained unfulfilled, after that he beoomes a holder in fee simple, and has only the rights of any other person. On the other hand, his successor, Mr. Windeyer, held that a person who had fulfilled all conditions was not intended by the Legislature to have UBS advantages than one who bad not done so, and therefore that the completion of purchase did not shut him out from the right o...
TUESDAY, MARCH 13. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
TtrF.Bi»y, Mincn 13. (Before the P.M.) C haSi.es Andkks was chargod with obtaining J>1 3s fid from W. C. Grady, hotclkooper, of Dubbo, by means of a valueless cheque. A censed was arrested at Warrou and remanded to Dubbo. Mr. Fitz-Gorald for prosecutor, Mr, Booth for defendant. W. C. Grady, "sworn, doposod: Am a hotelkecpor, losidinif at Dubbo ? acousod CHine to my house, the Erch'uigo Hotel, on tho 14th February, and said ho had iuist loft a lot of cattle, of whom a mail 11 (trend Laws was in charge; ho had very little money ; on tho following day ho started to run up an account for drinks ; lie told mo lie had £700 coming from Tasmania, to tho Bank ofNew South Wales, Dubbo; he would give me a choquo for tho full amount before leaving ; ho continued Btayiug at my hotel . I advanced him XI ontho lath or 10th, also 3s and Od j he had board and lodging nlso; ho gavo mo a cheque for £!> 9s on the 20th; said ha would return tho money I advanced in a few dnys ; he frequently spoke ...
The Labour Pledge. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 14 March 1894
The Labour Pledge. The Labour representatives in the Assembly consider that the pledge required by the Labour League Con ference is practically a declaration of open war. Few if any of the present representatives will agree to sign the same. Unless the pledge is very much modified the party will decline to recognise it. Each member at the elections will then make the best bargain he can with his particular league. Those the league will not. accept will go to the poll all the same, and if returned to Parliament will designate themselves labour or inde pendent- members, just as suits their purpose.