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GILGANDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

GILGAIiDRA. [FROM OUR OWX CQBRESPONDEVT.] MARCH 10. A CRICKET match loot place hero yesterday between a team from Mundooran and a local eleven-the watch was won by the visitors. A team from Collie had engaged to play at Gilgandra on tlio following day, but for some reason sent word to say tlioy could not oome ; the Mundooran team then by request airread to play a second match to-day, the 10th, and were again successful in putting the home team down, thus winning both matches. The successful caterer for the refreshments was Mr. W. C. Walker, manager for Mr. Gale, our local baker. The dinner on both days was splendidly got up ; the tables were taste fully laid by Mesdames Wrigly, Ingle, Walker, and Smith, who were indefatigable in their efforts to contribute towards the enjoyment and comfort- of all. The ball held at the Mechanics' Institute on Friday night was an unqualified snccess. Dancing was kept up all night, and the lovers of Terpsichore had a real good time of it, wending thei...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDONN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

CABLEGRAMS. LOXDOX. Thursday. Tiik Queen lias left London on a visit lo Floieuce, Italy. A body of gendarmes surrounded a convent in Warsaw, and surprised a number of Nihilists engaged mailing bombs. A severe fight ensued. A female killed two gendarmes. Three Nihilists were shot, and the remainder captured. The Governor of the Bank of England has stated that the irregu larities of the chief cashier have involved a loss of a quarter of a million sterling, which sum has been written off. Mr. Gladstone, in a lettter written beforo his retirement, said no one but himself kne-.v of liis struggles against physical suffering. The Parnellitoa have summoned a National Convention to discuss the attitude of the Government towards Home Rule tor Ireland. They con sider the present a crisis in Irish affairs unequalled einco 1891. General Booth expects to establish one of Ixis "Darkest England" colonies in Australia.

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ven. Archdeacon Wilson, Incumbent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ven. Archdeacon Wilson, Incumbent. Holy Trinity, Dubbo-Suuday, March 18, Morning 11, Kvening 7-30. Afternoon service at Eschol at 3.30, Week-night servics Thursday, 7.30 p.m. Continuation of lectures on the Acta of tbo Apostles. Subject: "The lame man healed in Solomon'B lorch."

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PRESB YTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

fRESB YTEIllAN CH TJRCH Rev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minuter. Marob 18-Dubbo 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. livening service in the Hall. Subject -" Ruth getting a living." Talbragar-Mr. Ley'd at 3.30 p.m.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. W. Byrne and Rev. J. O'Keefe. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. W. Byrne and Rev. J. O'Koefe. _St. Bridget's, Dubbo.-Sunday, March 18, Mass 6a.m. and lla,m ; Vespers, 7.30. Friday, Stations of the Cross, 7-30. Mass at Dubbo every morning at 7. During Lent, devotions every week day, except Saturday,

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One for the P.M.G. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

One for the P.M.G. Mil. KENDAIX, sometime Uncle Sam's Postmaster-General, wishing to obtain some ini'otmation as to the source of a river, sent the following note to a village postmaster :-"Sir,-This de partment desires to know how far the Toiubi^ee Kiver runs up-Youis rjspectfully," ctc. By return mail came, Sir,-The Tombigec River dons not run up at all; it runs dowu, -Respectfully yours," etc. Kendall, not appreciating his subordinate's humour, wrote again:-"Sir,-You J' appointment as postmaster is revoked. You will turn over funds, etc., to your successor." Not at all disturbed by his summary dismissal, the postmaster replied :-?* Sir, The revenues for this office for the quarter ending September .'SOfch have been one dollar ; its expenditure for twine and tallow candles, one dollar five cent.s. 1 irns1, my successor is instructed to adjust the balance."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

IF YOU WANT "\ Advertise 1 in .THE DUBBO LIBERAL TO - -1 Has the Largest - i Local Circulation, AT\ \ rm^G. Daily Increasing ENOW ~ OF ~ THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. MACQUARIE ADVOCATE, !TISLIKIIKI> KVJiJiY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MOUNIX'i, Contains tliv I/tti'st tVonial and Intercolonial Telegram!', Oihbi ^nmic, Local and General Suva. "\Vi: l.f"^ bwlwwtho attention of our constil.imntm to Mm? terms of Snfi-MTij>1 ion under 11 n» new management, which came ml-; love "it the 1:-1 .liiiiiini-v. vi/.: I'<t \nnum, in advunce ... ... <) o IVr Halt-year, ill advance ... ... <> 1" O IVr <Jujnirr. in advance ... ... 0 Ji (5 IVr ytiaricr. if hooked ... ... '> ft *> Sin^lo Copies ... ... ... (? U 3 As th'-* LibeiiUj is now eonduet^d on broad principle, and Mia circulation is daily increasing, we «uin roeommcud business people to Lriv'» it a. trial as ail advert itsiU:^ medium. The loruH for ordinary advertisements are - Siiiu'lo < ...

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Drying Maize. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

Drying Maize IT in amongst the drawbacks to maize fanning in Australia that heavy wol weather is only too common at tin' harvesting season. TO the grower this means that he may have to pull corn during damp weather; or lie may have to pull it before it is sufficiently hard for shelling, in order to avoid possible loss frytn heavy rains or floods. But damp maize entails further risks o£ moulding, mildew, and other dangers. To over come this, S'Miif growers have tried artificial drying, in kilns or upon floors, where by means of fire-heat the maize could bs dried. Thin again entails considerable labour, and the process has never been as satisfactory as could be desired. Bui this season, and for the first fitne, so far as we are aware, the 'fruit-dryer process has been brought into use for drying maize, and wjth 6uch success that some scores of bags have been marketed at top rates, and no one, unless informed specially, has been aware that it was palled while soft, and dried artificial...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

THE BANK 5F AUSTRALASIA. IncorporatedRoyal Charter 1635. Paid-up Capital . .. .. £1,600,000 ^Reserve Fund {of which £500,000 is invented at per cent cod sals at m) . . .. £800,000 "fiescrve LiabiHly of Proprietors Kader the Charter .. ,.£1,000,000 £4,000,000 DUBBO BRANCH Highest Current Bates allowed on Fixed DepQHite. Advanced made on liberal terms upon the <6nruing olips of wool. All usual banking business transacted JOHN W. SILLAR, Managor. IORIEHT LINE OF K0TAL MAIL STEAMERS. TlfE following Royal Mail Steamships belonging to the ORIENT and P AC5 FIC COMPANIES will leave SYDNEY at noon 'in the undermentioned daten for PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury) via Melbourne. Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and tlio Suez Canal, calling; at Naples an Gibraltar . ?ORIZABA | 0077 ?OROYA 6057 ORIENT 5365 oauuz, oo.ii OROTAVA 5552 A. W. Clarke R.N.R. E E Lavington] ff. E. In skip W. E White, R.N.R. R. Studdert " 30 April 7 April '2!! May 7 May 21 And fortnightly thereafter. * via Hoborl. PASS...

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Sensations of Drowning. (Mr. C. A. Hartley, in the CINCINNATI TIMES-STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

Sensations of Drowning (Mr. A A. Hartley, in tlic CINCINNATI TIMES-STAK. To stand helplessly on (ho rivershore. and witness the struggles of a drown ing; fellow-being is <1 harrowing experience, and little loss than heart rending to contemplate, but, in r atters of tin's kind, Hkc. many others, things nre not what they scent." At any rfttc, death by drowning is not as horrible as it limy appear to the onlooker. The thought of being fragged along the muddy bof torn of river, and found later on in some out of the way, willow-tangled sp,,t is what adds to the horrors of such a death. The dread of such a fate is really worttti than (lie fate it Keif. J once left t hits world by that route as nearly as one can and got back. It, was mi acd lent, an I was some 20 years ago. A companion and myself were bathitg- in ( ile Ohio river:" At the point, where we were a large raft of lojs was lashed <» the bank, and for quite a loug time \v« amused our selv'es by jumping from ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

CRICKET. A cricket match will talco place to-dav between tho Public School past and | present, and Dubbo 0 C. Players are 1 requested to bo on tho ground at 2 o'clock ; sharp. The following will represent tho School:-F. Skinnor, P. Kable, E. W. 1 3oane, M. Soane, W, Hires, D. 8oano, C. Soane, G. Taylor, W. Browu, P. Smith, J. Heane, F. Grace (12), 13. Orfeell (13 ) All members of the Dubbo Club are requested to attend. A scheme for the formation of a Westorn Cricket Union has been submitted to the local cricketers for consideration by Mr. W. A. Marsh, secretary of ths Mudgee District Cricket Association. It is proposed that two delegates shall be appointed from the Mudgee, Orange, B<thurst, Lithgow, Cowra, and Pubbo District Clubs to form the governing body, the object of which shall be to promoce the interests of first-class cricket in the districts mentioned. It is also proposed to arrange a series of inter provincial matches, and so bring rising cricketers before the p...

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JAPANESE IN HONOLVLU. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

JAPANESE INHONOIVLU. LEGISLATION undertaken for tbB purpose of driving out the Japanese and Chinese (I'Oth numerous and influential in the islands) if being enforced in Honolulu, and an a oonsequenoe a xquadron of Japanese men-of war is on its way to watch the interests of the Mikado's 8Ut>jeots. An iuoident iu this connection is mentioned as already having ooourred. A "Jap "bad been arrested on some trivial charge in Honolulu, but proved , to be awake just when the native official who had him in charge was napping. The prisoner bolted down Honolulu's main thoroughfare to the wharf, sprang into the harbour, and swam to a Japanese warship lying off. Under the American rule, the Admiral of the United States ships on the station was appealed to, asking that he demand the surrender of the fugitive, but before an official reply from the American was reoeived the commander of the Mikado's ship publicly announced that should the Amerioan Admiral venture uFon the quarter deok of his ship...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

Local and General News. HOSPITAL MEETING. - In our report of the last hospital committee meeting the name of Mr. R. J. J. Ryan was omitted from the list of those present, that of Mr. Samuels, who was absent, being inadvertently printed instead. PROMOTION. - Senior sergeant M'Keague, formerly stationed in Dubbo, has been promoted to the position of Acting Sub-Inspector. CIRCUIT COURT. - The next sittings of the Dubbo Circuit Court will be held on April 11, when his Honor the Chief Justice will preside. ORIENT STEAMERS. - The date of departure of the Orizaba has been altered from March 30 to March 24. APPOINTMENT. - Miss Lucy Lyons has been appointed assistant teacher in the infants' department, Dubbo Superior Public School. CROWN LAND PURCHASES AND LEASES VALIDATION BILL. - We have received a copy of this bill, with schedule of lands in reference to which some informality of title existed, and which are now validated. No areas within the Dubbo land district appear on the list. DUBBO ...

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DUBBO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 16. (Before G. H. Taylor and M. Manning, Esqs., Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

DUBBO POLICE COURT.   FRIDAY, MARCH 16. (Before G. H. Taylor and M. Manning, Esqs, Js.P.) J. W. BALFOUR was charged with with the larceny of £2 14s 3d, the property of E. H. Utley. Mr. Fitz-Gerald appeared for the prosecution.   The evidence of Constable Plugge (who arrested the accused), taken at the previous hearing, was read. E. H. UTLEY, sawmill proprietor, said he was also interested in a butter factory near Dubbo ; accused was employed by him to sell butter ; witness trusted him one lot, and supplied him with the next on payment of the first : in September last accused fell back in his payments to the extent of about £8 ; asked him to account for the money ; he gave witness a list of book debts due in addition to the £8 ; he said he did not know how the deficiency came about ; witness engaged accused about the 5th September at £1 16s per week to sell butter ; he was to pay 16s per week off arrears he had not accounted for ; accused wired to his father...

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NARROMING NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 17 March 1894

NARROMINE NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 14.   UK Saturday last we had a very heavy fall of rain, 160 points foiling in about half an hour. .">icce then wu have had showeik ut intervals, matin p: about 2 A inches since Saturday. It is fine to-day. A great many people in the district will be sorry to hear of tha death of Mrs. Mack, wife of Mr. F. Mack of Narromine station, which occurred on Sunday after several week's illness, and notwithstanding the attendance of the best doctors. The funeral took place on Monday, and was followed by a large concourse of people, which undoubtedly would have been increased but for the rain. The deceased lady was highly respected, and her good works will suffice to keep her memory green for a considerable time to come. Mr. John Benson, who died in the Dubbo hospital ou Friday last, was also a resident of Narromine. Two members of our progress committee having resigned, nominations are called for Thursday, and the election w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

ADVERTISEMENTS, For Private Sale. A SPLENDID PIANO, in first-class order ; cost 60 guineas ; will De sold cheap. Inspection inrited. Apply in first ipet$,nce to LIBERAL Office. Dabbo Refrigerating & Boiling Down Company, Limited. THIS Company it prepared to receive Sheep for treatment from 1st January, 1804, on the following tenus : 5d (Five Pence) per head for sheep killed, and 2Ss (Twenty-five shillings) per Half-ton Cask of Tallow-Cask found. Wire or letter to the Secretary will be replied to by return, giving date for sheep to arrive JAMES HEANE, I Pnbho E, and B.D. Co., Ltd, PROTESTANT HALL. THURSDAY, March 22, and | SATURDAY, March 24. TWO NIGHTS ONLY, NORMAN^MlEAN Dramatic Company. THE largest Dramatic organisation that baa ever risited Dubbo, in an entirely new repertoire of Dramas. THURSDAY, The four-act Melodrama, " CINDERS 8" by Blanche Lewis. SATURDAY-"STORM and SUNSHINE" New and Picturesque scenery by Clint. Mechanical Effects. Company-Mr. Albert Norman, Mr. J. ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sunday. March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

WESLEY AX CBURCE. Sunday. March 25. Dubbo, 11 a.ou and 7.30. p.m. Hev J. Tarn.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. T. Main, M.A., Minister. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

fRESBYTERIAN cnuzcir Rev, J. T. Main, Jf.A., Minister. | Maroh ?5^Dubbo 11 a.m. and 7-311 p.m. Evening service in the Hall, Subject -" Ruth's Engagement."

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHYRCH OF ENGLAND Ven. Archdeacon WiSon, Incumbent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

CHURCH NOTICES. CBVRGB OF ENGLAND Ven. Archdeacon tViUon, Incumbent. Good Friday, March 23. Holy Trinity Church. - Morning 11, evening 8. cubjeot for the morning " Birabbas." _ Subject for the evening " Judas Iscariot." EastrrDay. Early administration of the Holy Com munion at 8 a.m. Divine Servioe, morning 11, evening 7.30. Afternoon servioe at tbe Talbragar at 8.30. Buster Monday. Annual Sunday School Picnic; start from the Church grounds at 10 a.m, Easter Tuesday. Annual vestry meeting, receiving annual report, eleotion of wardens, parochial council, etc. The congregation generally invited.

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EXECUTION OF KNOX. MELEOTONE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

EXECUTION OS KXOX. MELEOTONE, Monday. EBWEBT KNOX WM executed this moruiog for the murdwr of Isaac Cracour at Williamstown, in January last. The execution passed off quietly. In reply to the usual question Knox said: "The wages of sin is death." He was fairly well oomposed, and met his death with fortitude. Death was instan taneous. The usual inquest followed, and the body will be buried within the prison walls. Knox said good-bye to bis mother last night. The poor woman was allowed tn kiss her son throufjht the iron ^rating. He said "Good-bye mother, I'm going to see Ernie aad father," The condemned man slept tranquilly last night and enjoyed biB breakfast. He then smoked a paoket of cigarettes, and read hynms till ten o'clock. At that hour he was pinioned and led out to execution. Knox was a stone heavier than when he entered the gaol.

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