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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Some 149 applications for hawkers' licences were made by aliens at the Redfern Police Court this week. Of these 71 were granted and 78 refused, Mr. Giles refusing the application in each instance where the applicant had not previously held a licence. "There alien hawkers are a perfect curse,   a worse pest to the country than the rabbits are," remarked Mr. Giles, S M., at the Redfern Police Court, when dealing with applications for licences made by a number of Syrian, Indian, and Afghan hawkers. The Cabinet has decided to submit to the Public Works Committee the proposed Lithgow deviation, which would cost about a quarter of a million. The Auckland Plate was won by Loyalty, with Pegasus second. For really good Concertina, go to J T. Lane's Macquarie-street. Prices from 2s 6d upwards. It is anticipated that defendant's costs in the libel action Speight v. Syme will amount to £21,000, the largest items being counsels fees £6000, and solicitors' expenses...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 6 January 1894

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thursday. The Duke of Argyll is dead. His age was 71 years. The private fortune of the King of Italy, amounting to £4,000,000, has been sent to Rothschild's bank, London. It is expected the money will be invested in British consols. In consequence of the widespread dissatisfaction which exists in Sicily, the troops have been largely rein- forced from Rome, and now number 40,000. An order has been issued for the disarming of all residents. The Queen, the Prince and Princess of Wales, and the Duke and Duchess of Teck, are considering the question of the possibility of a visit by the Duke and Duchess of York to Aus- tralia in 1895. A Russian gentleman, since ascer- tained to be insane, perpetrated a terrible freak at a dinner which he gave to a number of friends. Dyna- mite cartridge was served up at dinner and exploded, killing eight   persons, the host included. The Washington correspondent of the TIMES reports that the United States deficit for the y...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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TAR MARKING OF AUSTRALIAN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

TAR MARKING OF AUSTRALIAN SHEEP. 11B. H. MITCHELL, Secretary of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce, Use received the following letter Irom Mr. J. Flues, a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Olmeitz, Austria, and of the Imperial and Royal Counoil of Customs of Austria, on the subject of tar-marking of Australiau sheep ; " As one of the largest wool hut manufac turers of Austria, I beg to draw your attention to a drawback in nearly all Australian woola, which makes itself felt by all users of noils (an article got by combing the wools), which is caused by the farmers lining pitch or tar for marking the sheep. The tar, which is divided by tbe processes of washing and cardiug the wool in innumerable small particle*, adheres to the wool fibres, and it has up to this date not been possible to find means of freeing tbe wool or noil fiom this toourge. The woels of Bnenoa Ayres, wbioh are marked by a red substance, are entirely free from this evil; and I am quite sure that a different way of mar...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. BrrrzRLY cold weather is still being experienced in Europe. A number of persons have been frozen to death in England. No official information has been received by the French Government ?repjai-ding the attack by French troops upon the British camp at Warina> West Africa. It is reported that the French Cabinet has decided to make' adequate) amends|| if the British version of affairs be confirmed. ' At the instance of the Bemosrats the members on both sides of the United States House of Representa tives absent on leave have been or dered to be placed under arrest, this proceeding being deemed necessary to form a quorum to discuss the tariff.

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THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. SYDNEY, Tuesday. THE intercolonial cricket match between Now South Wales and South Australia, was concluded to-day, the New South Wales team winning by an innings and 158 runs. Following is the score of the second innings of South Australia: G. Giffen, c and b Turner ... 22 Lyons, c Callaway, b Coningham 16 H. Jarvis, c M'Konzie, b Coning ham ... ... ... 22 Darling, c M'Konzie, b Turner .. 1 W. Giffen, clredale, b Coningham 0 Heedman, c Moses, b Coningham 37 Blinman, c L. Moore, b Turner.. 5 F. Jarvis, cM'Kenzie, b Turner.. S Parkin, b Coningham... ... 0 Hill, c L. Moore, b Turner ,. 6 Jones, not out .. .. 2 Sundries ... .. 2 Total, ... .. 118 SVDNEV, Tuesday Night. The Stock Markets. Twenty-four thousand sheep were penned. There was no material alteration in prices. Wethers, 3s 6d to 7s lOd. I In the cattle market 1672 were i yarded. Prime were scarce, and firmer; other sorts unaltered. Best beef, 13B 6d. Wilful Murder. At the inquest on James Unwin...

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THE MINERS' TROUBLES. NEWCASTLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

THE MINERS' TROUBLES. NEWCASTLE. Monday. At Wallsend gmflt indignation prevails because of a Dumber of miners accepting work from the tributars. Th<»y hold that 2l» per varil is lees than Is 6d per ton for clean coal, and that the bent miners workiug eight hours, after providing for powder, cannot possibly earn more than from 4s t« 5s per day. It is estimated that between 14 and 16 toijp of marketable cat. 1 can bo obtained from an eight yard bore, and as it appears that the men are not only required to send ont clean marketable coal but also t« fill a certain quantity of «inii]l onal each day, the terms submitted will reduce the hewing tonuses to less than Is G4 per ten. WaraUh Colliery was to work this morning, but in the absence of a thorough understanding with regard to prices the miters refused to (fo to work. If tbo company agree to pay 3s 2d per ton, the men will resume work to morrow. Arrangement* hare been made whereby the Co-operative Colliery at Flattsburg will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

CATAHRH, HAY FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFNESS. A New HOME Tbkatmkht. Soffbbbbs are not generally aware that these . diseases are contagious, or that they are due !to the presence of tiring parasites in the lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tube*. Mioroaoopic research, however, has proyed this to be a fact, and the result in that a simple reinedy has been formulated whereby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cnied by a few simple *< - applications made at home by the patient ronoe in two weeks, A pamphlet explaining \bis new treatment is sent on reoeipt of 2 id. .trap by A. Hottos DIXON, 43 and 15 East J}|oc>r Si. TORONTO, Canada We most heartily recommend Wolfe's ficboapps a a pan Inrigamnt, gooi alike for men, women, and even infanta. It tout and bran up the system and aids digestion. Oae nosnd orders are placed under tii'lstaBU oTmaoy.of Uk Ism bottles. To secure tot ge*nia»*rtifie buy a wioie battle and don't be famed on by hnftsnoati. Wolf...

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THE RELEASE OF HIDDLSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

TSS RELEASE OF KIDDILSToy. PpBAKtHO of Hiddilston's release tbe ADVOCATE says--Hugh Hiddiletuu, formerly a well-known cciokoter, who, four and a half years ago was sentenced to 10 years' bard labour for frauds in connection with the Registrar-General's Department, has been released fay tbe Government on ground of **' ill health." The AnvocATcdoosnHbesiUlo to say that if the Department had no better reason to urge than that, Hiddilston should havo been kept wLere he wan; also, that it is rank mat-administration somewhere that be wasn't. The extent of his crime was great and unpardonable. As a fitting punishment for its committal, he was ordered to be gaolod -"for ten years, not half of which term he lias nerved, and therefore, not half of which penalty he has paid. If " ill*health" boa reason why a prisoner shonM get a discount of from 60 per oent to 60 per cent off his sentence, it is, then, an adequate argument rarely fnr not punching a man who suffers from ill health at all, and o...

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REMARKABLE AFFAIR IN AFRICA. LONDON, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

RSMAEKABLE AFFAIR IX AFRICA. LONDOW, Saturday Niftt. A. SEKBATTOB hie been caused by ueW« of fiyhtiDg between French «nd Eagliaii at Sierra Leone, in West Africa, a Britiah colony. An English expedition nnder Colonel ElliB was suddenly attacked by a I'reach (oroe. The English retaliated, and fighting ensued, in the course of which Capuin Lendy, four other officers, and 25 men br longing to a West Indian regiment were killed. In tbe end tbe French were beaten and compelled to retire beyond the Britiah epbere. Their commander was cuptnred, and a> a reason for the attack explained that he mistook tbe expedition lor Sufas native", who have rebelled against French rnle in West Africa. IiOHDOK, Sunday. Later news with regard to the fighting in Sierra Leone ia to the effect that tbe Etonah force numbered 1200 and tbe British $00. The engagement occurred at night, and the French commander* say that in the aoon Uebt they mistook (he -whits uniforms Of th» British for the drem of the Arab*...

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BLIZZARDS IN EUROPE. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

BLIZZARDS IN EUROPE. LONDON, January S. BITTER weather is being experienced in the South of England and in'France, where it is colder than it has been at any time during this century. On the continent blizzards have been of frequent occurrence. The oold is especially severe in Vienna, in which city 60 deaths have occurred. . There have been heavy fails of snow in many places, stopping the street traffic. Several persons have been frozen to death in ^sris, Berlin, and Munioh. The navigation of the rivers in Germany is blocked, owing to the streams being frozen over. Intense cold prevails throughout Austria, and the temperature at Vienna is 34dt»g Mow zero. The frost prevalent now has not frees equalled for many years. The Thames is frozen over at Harlow, Windsor^niTIsj^^gton^^^^^^

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N.S.W. v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

N.S. W. v. SOUTH Ac.sTEi.ui.. THIS match commenced at the Association Cricket Ground, Sydney, on Saturday. Following are the scores up to Monday evening: South Australia-First Inningp. Lyons, o Newell, bComngham ... ... 20 A. II. Jarvis, c W. Moore, b Coniughum 9 G, Giffen, o and 1) Coningham 7 Beednmn, b Turner ... 6 Darling, o Murdoch b Turner 4 W. Giffen, c Murdoch b Newell 13 Blinman, a and b Tarner 25 F. JarviH, st W. Moore, b Newell ... 13 Hill, b Turnor ... ... ... ... 1 I Parkin, not out ... ... ... 0 Jones, c M'Kenzie, b Newell 4 J Sundries ... ... 14 All out for... ... U7 Bowling Analysis.-Turner, 138 balls, 3 maidens, 1 nn ball, 47 runs, 4 wickete; Coningham, 108 ball?, 2 maidens, 1 wide, 43 runs. 3 wickets; Newell, 28 balls, 2 maidens, 13 runs, 3 wickets. New South Wales-First innings. M'Keniiie, o W. Giffen, b G. Giffen ,, 4 L. Moore, c G. Giffen, b Jones 8 W. Moore, b F. Jarvis .. 9 Coningham, c Jones, b G. Giffen ,, 8 Newell, o G. Giffen, b F. Jarvis >. GO Murdoch,...

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Alien Hawkers. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

Alien Hawkers ' THE problem as to how best to deal with our alien population is not helped to a solution by the proceedings at the Bedfern Police Court on Tuesday, when of l4it Assyrian, Hindoo, and Afghan applicants, more than half were refused hawkers' licenses. Nor does the resolution of the magistrate to grant no licenses to aliens, except as to puch as are already licensed, promise assistance in its elucida tion, There is no question that the alien hawker is a nuisance, and lhat it is rapidly enlarging. That is admitted on all hands, ami it has become manifest that, unless steps are taken to at least arrest its further development, the colony will assuredly be soon confronted with a very serions difficulty, already sufficiently embarrassing. The question presents various complexities. The Chinese invasion we have controlled more or less effec tually. An inrush hardly less dangerous to the interests of white labour is threatened from Japan, under the auspiceB of its Government, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

1ET1(0!R- COinSTTRT 33TX yE!Ri£3 I jfUf YOUR ORDERS IN THE POST AND ADDRESS THEM. A3 UNDER. k -i - fj j0 th»f the Peonlc it brings under notice civo your Best una Truest inend t 13 . .. . PONJJER it over, THINK of it, aud when you wake iu the morning you will conclude that tUc leopie uu fltfhenypuread tliis paper, PAUSE at our Advertisement* PO ^ -vr-in x> v rn TIT THVTr^ CUT'TSTT1 171VTH "R/Y ~W TiJ BE' TD - " . ; i c " ' V -. IlYBBXI -tilNCx Oxii-N X Ji) J * . "Trt - rendition of thf inind by indudnir that Fence and Prosperity whicJi Iligli Prices and Shoddy Commodities Send for FitterT, fashion Sheets and To^.BaSs.rilordotL'. Bedsteads and Bedding, and other Heavy an A Bulky Goofe OUR ONLY ADDRESS: Universal 3?i ;>viders, JPalace Emporium, Baymarket (only), S"5lTX3jSTJ1)Y (close to tlie Railway Station.

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INTERCOLONIAL. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

INTERCOLONIAL. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. The Treasurer intimates that through a clerical error there is a debit of nearly £80,000 for the year instead of a credit 01 £10,700.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS. Licensing Court. NOTICE is hereby given that a SPECIAL MEETING of the LICENSING   COURT will be holden at the Court House. Dubbo, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of February, 1894, at 11 a.m. W. J. MARTIN, Clerk of Petty Sessions. Court House, Dubbo, 9th January, 1894.

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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wednesday, January 10, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE. WcdncndLa.r, January Ip, 1894:. ONE statement made by Mr. Barlow, the Queensland Minister for Lands, duriug his visit to Sydney, will be endorsed by the majority of those who interest themselves in public affairs. Mr. Barlow is reported to liave said-" Like yourselves (New South Wales) we havo been talking of our resources instead of developing them." Tbe truth of this is indis putable- One of the features of what lias been stigmatised as " colonial brag " has been the harping at every opportunity on our vast natural re sources, the boundless dimensions of which we have ever been fond of advertising before the world at large ; and yet. how little has been done toward their proper development! A review of our legislative history for many years past, would give a nega tive result as far as bencficial measures for the material benefit of the country are concerned, and would reveal but an appalling waste of time and oppor tunity. Two of the impe...

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NON-PARTY GOVERMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

NOK-1'ARTY GO YERMUEXT. TBE following letter appeared in the DAILY TELEQIUVH Assuming that our experience of party -Government would indicate the necessity of some ohange, the following outline basis for 'the reconstruction of representative <3 a vera . ment is submitted for the purpose of opening dismission ?? Governor.-Appointment by Imperial authorities. Parliament.-Two houses, Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly. Both -elective; proportion of members, two to three, respectively. Legislative Council.- Ooe-eixth of the ^number of members to retire on November in each year, and not to be eligible for re -election until one year has elapsed. Legislative Assembly.-One-third of tho .number of members toretiro on November 1 in each year, and not to be eligible until one .yenr has elepsad. President and Vice-PreRident of tho Coun cil to be eleotod by the Conncil. Speaker and Chairman ot Committees to be elected'by the Assembly. Cabinet to consist of say, eight member...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

SEE YOU GET MELLERSfi'S AB HO OTHER. w£Si> 1ZT 3est fcr Cough 3:st fcr Cokls TEie B«s! (n the|| TbSac-feet. .V Snru lVevenlative ior 3nf'iieijzd. - fv Stmrkirpt MliO-KKSisH, Sule Pmprietor, VAss, New Couth Wales. fi| I IP YOU WANTAdvertise 1 in JjHE DUBBO LIBERAL TO ENOW ! -~ 7 T"*-1' _ ~ ^ j iLiQC&i - i Circulation, AN Y THINGr-;Daily increasing THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. MACQlfARTE ADVOCATE, VT'BLISIIKI) EVKKV WEDNESDAY AX J) SATURDAY MORNISG, Contains tin- Lat"st CVonial and Intercolonial Tulu^ramn, t.'aMn ^.rr.ui.s Local and en oral IsVws. V.'F ho\f tndrsuv the ati-ention of our conr-tihmnts to l.hr- tonus of Nuhsrnpt jou under t })ii now Management-, w Inch cauji' into lore-4 ou iho Js-t Jauuarv, lSfW. vTi,:. IVr Annum, in advam-" ... ... <£1 O 0 IVr Half-year, in advance ... ... U lo <> }VJ* Quarter, in advanee ... ... " .*> iVr Quarter, it' lnjokod ... ... <> <i '5 Single Copies " 0 3 As the Liberal is now conducted on...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 10 January 1894

Death. CORRIGAN.-On the 2nd January, at Dubbo, accidentally killed, Francis Paul, young— est son of E. E. and M. L. Corrigan aged 4 years and 11 months. Thanks, THE undersigned beg to convey their sincere and heartfelt THANKS to all those friends who so kindly and substantially assisted them in their late trouble. Signed-E. E. CORRIGAN M. L. CORRIGAN.

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