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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

CABLEGRAMS. LONDOK. Monday. IN' the estimates laid on tho table of the House of Commons, the Imperial expenditure for 1894 is set down at £95,000,000, which is the highest amount ever recorded. News from Texas, United States, states that a petroleum well tank has exploded at San Antonio, killing twenty persons. The divorce of ex-King Milan of Servia from Queen Natalie has been annulled. The sentence on Rorique Bros., who were sentenced to death at Brest for piracy and murder, in the South seas, lias been commuted to penal servitude for life. The Court to-day dismissed with costs the application of the directors of the New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency Company to set aside an order for the public examination of the directors and officials of the Company. The Judge, in making an order that the public examination should proceed, said there was prima facie evidence of fraud.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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NORMAN MLEAN DRAMATIC CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

XORMAX Mr IE Ay DRJ.3IA TIG CO. THIS Company, described as the largest dramatic company that has ever visited Dublio, will appear at the iJiotestant Hall to-morrow (Thursday) night, when n sensational drama entitled " Cinders" will be staged. TMb combination ia one of the best that has travelled the provinces, and is headed by two accomplished artists in the parsons of Mr. Albert Norman and Miss Blanche Lewis. Mr. Norman only rooently completed a twelve months engagement with Mr. George Bignold at Her Majesty's Theatre, where he played the lead in all the big successes of the year; he has always been associated with the greatest artists on the Australian stage, including the Majeronis, Charles Warner, Bland Holt, &o., while he was for three years and a half with Essie Jenyns, sharing in all her triumphs. Miss Blanche Lewis has an equally good record as an actress and authoress, both * Cinders'' and " Storm and Sttesliine" (the latter to be produced on Saturday) being written...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL AUCKLAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

INTERCOLONIAL AUCKLAND, Tuesday. The Postal Conference has agreed to take combined action against the : delivery of letters referring to racing sweeps.

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

WJlAT EVEKYBDUV SAY i MUST BE TRUE. Everybody «nv« BILLT TEA IS THE BEST TEA tbey erer drank. If y<m have nevnr uBed it ' TKV IT MN'OU, EUELKA 1

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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The Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

Tl|e Latest Telegrams. FROM OTJB SPECIAL AGENTS . NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, Tuesday. Mr. George Colquhoun, of the firm of Allen and Allen, has been appointed Crown Solicitor. Sheep lower; best wetliers 7s 6dr others from 3s 6d to 5s 6d. Oattle, priuie firmer; best beef, 12s 6d to 13s> It is believed the Pastoralists' Union will presently reduce the price per hundred for shearing sheep. The inquest on John Considine, who was shot dead by two constables at Broken Hill, has been adjourned till Wednesday. Constables White and Sheill have been formally aiTested and charged with the manslaughter of Considine. The rain which commenced on Saturday last continues; over three inches have fallen in the last 24 hours ending 9 o'clock this morning. The Newcastle Municipal Council has passed a motion to the effect that the Council unite with all munici palities throughout the Colony in urging on the Government the advisability of tendering a public invitation to Mr. Gladstone to visit the Colony...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Mr. Bavistor, member for Canter bar^, objecfe to Justice's justice as administered by a Sydney magis trate, who is alleged to have broken the record by disposing- of 70 cases in 60 minutes, Even allowiug for the average number who admit the soft impeachment of the recording clerk that they have been drunk and dis orderly, there is usually a little time taken up by a statement made as to the extent to which each individual has offended against the laws which try to coufice such offences to public institutions, and therefore the arrest ing constables of the court in ques tion must be past masters of the art of condensation. The magistrate is evidently a firm believer in the trade motto of quiet returns being accept able, bat whether small sentences formed part of the match against time has yet to be revealed. If Mr. Bavis tor's statement is borne oat, we may yet see magistrates contest ing for the honour of disposing of most cases in the least time, and the canopy ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CRICKET. WE[?]TERN DISTRICTS CRICKET UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

CRICKET. WBOTBBN DISTRICTS CBTCEST UNION. TSE following correspondence was considered at a meeting of looal orieketera held at tbe Royal Hotel last night (Tuesday) Mudgee, MaroU H, 1894. To the Hon. Sea., Dubbo Cricket Club. Dear Sir,-Having the permission and sanction of the Mudgee District Crioketing Association, I desire to bring under the notice of your olub tlie ad vihatiilicy of forming a Western Distiiots Cricket Union, the object of which shall be to bring the players of the Went into more frequent oontuct by arranging a series of semi-annual matches ; to promote tbo interests of firnt-class cricket in the districts concerned, and to bring out rising cricketers. Also to become tho recognised body representative of western cricket, to manage inter-proviuoial matches and matters, gud to generally aeoure any benefits to cricket now unattainable through tho absence of such a body as that suggested. As there will be two representatives from Vfttir town in Mudgee on Good Friday, i...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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PEAK HILL MINING. (From the TIMES.) The Proprietary. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

PEAK HILL MINING. (From the TIKES.) The Proprietary. THE work of stoping out ore has been con tinued at the 300, 180 and 160 feet levels in the dyke formation. At the last mentioned level ore is being broken from tlie ends of the etopes, and will soon be completed. In the supposed continuation of Punt's shoot, at the 180 feet level, the stopes have been filled aud the passes logged up, and they are now in readiness for the work of breaking ore to be proceeded with. This body of ore seems to be a very large one, and is at pres.nt down to n depth of 20 feet, with a view of tracing the lode below the 180 feet level. During the week gold could be seen iu some of the stone passed through. In the tunnel, at tbe No. 3 shaft the stulls hare been put in position, all the neoe*sary work has been cowplotcd, and the work of etoping out ore is cow being proceeded with. The nmchinery is running as usual, and tbe 35 head of stamps are kept continually going, the only trouble being the water supply...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

To tito)rr«*fli|Vfradento. 'Atibstioh to the following rules may save a '. ifood deal of trouble or disappointment. With evory commui>icatiot> must, be t* it iha name noil address of (be writer, not ' aeoewiarilyforpublicotion, but hb « guarantee of good faith ; otherwise, no utientiiin c&u bs ' pud to the letter. Hejeeted nooimuuoations will not be ' returned. The writeiu should keep drafts or somas. Wo clnim the ri)jlit to cucine anything ?hioh we deem objectionable from letters; '."?tod correspondents who deoline to accede to that course can say to when they neuil their letters. Should we find correction necessary, ' ander these circuumtuuces the letters will not published in Uie Liberal. Condensation,' and avoidanoe of offensive personalities, aic two things wbiob we ?penally comineud to the notice of corres pondents, if tboy wish to bo certain that their communications will be accepted by u«. ?

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE. Wednesday, March 21, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

THE DUBBO LIBERAL AND JVIACQUARIE ADVOCATE. Wedueftriajr, march 31, IH94, Tite business paper for the meeting of the Council on Monday night comprised nine motions, eight of which if carried would have entailed the expenditure of money, and therefore, in view of the ex pressed determination of the Mayor and other aldermen that no expenditure shall take place 'intil the Council's ac count is in credit, the lapse of the meeting is not a 6edous matter. Alderman B. J, J. Ryan has given notice of several motions for improvements which would undoubtedly be favourably considered were the Uounoil's financial position stronger than it is at present. One motion, however, is alto gether uncalled for under any circumstances, and at the present juncture, with every prospect of a decrease in the revenue owing to the decline in rental values, cannot be seriously entertained, viz., that the Minister for Works should be invited to officially open the waterworks. No doubt the fact tha\ the town is in...

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

Special Advertisements. [A CiBD.J Dr. Louis Fitz-Patrick Modical Officor Subbo Hospital. JimcquarUslrmt, BUBJ30. M Your Doctor IF DRY GIN Is not better than Whiskey this hot weather. TUCKER & CO., A {fonts, Sydney. Support Local Industry. fob frinting. fjob printing. GET YOUR JOB MINTING DONE AT «r H ~ OFFICE or THE DUB DO LIBERAL, The CHEAPEST and 1JEST in the Bistriit.

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THE AGRICULTURAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

THE AGRICULTURAL REPORT. THE first report of the Department of Agri culture ard iforesis wss b>id on tho table of the Aflfltmbly on Tuesday by J£r. Slaltery,: and contains 23 pages. Tbo necessary wor t of the department ban been efficiently pei forined, notwithstanding the heavy reduction in the amount voted by Parliament; tie AORICUCTOBIL GAZETTE is (? rowing in popularity, and the thanks received from farmtrs lot the instructions given in it as <o dealing with insect and other posts are vet-/ gratifying. Die department, rooognUiug that .ha future prosperity of the colony depends | largely on the extent to winch <<ur produjtj i can find H profitable export market, is using erery effort to encourage thu export of various article*, so far us can be done with the means at its disposal. Wi ll regard to batter, tbe qu*ntiiy exported lias gieilly exoeeded .that or ias: year, and with the ?hipping seasou as yet uufinithed (on January 31), the quantity s...

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DICTATCR DIBBS AND DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

DICTATOR DIBBSAXD DEPUTATIONS. THF Premier was in quite his " best form " while receiving a deputation of two from the Wallsend Counoii oa Friday. The gentlemen were introduced by Mr. Walker, M.P., and based their claims on the fast that they had last year paddled their own canoe while the surrounding 'municipalities had received Government assistance to keep afloat. Now, 1 owing to the depression, they bad been com pelled to allow residents to work out their rates, and natters had reached such a stage that thty were literally " in the mud" -their roade were so had that they were threatened by local 'bus proprietors with actions for damages. The Premier delivered a short dissertation on the evilB of strikes, and stated that if the Wallsend people would refrain from these they would not require so many police, though what oonneotion thai* is between polioe and had roads he did not explain. One of the deputation protested that Wallsend was not concerned in the labour troubles, which b...

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

W. H. PALING & CO., LT D. Sole Al ents for the PIANOS Celebrated High-Class PIANOS BY Steinway and Sons, Kraril nnd Co., Julius Fcurich, Uebel and Lechleiter, Carl Ecko Gors and Kallmann, the "Victor," the " Belliwr," Also have a lar«e and selec stock of all other well-known makers, each as Collard, Kirkmann, Lipji, &c., &c. ESTEY ORGANS. ESTEY ORGANS. Hade upon honour, Hold upon merit, known the wor'd over. The best aad cheapest. Over a quarter of a million already fold. Boosev's Perfected Band Instruments The best /or tone, tune, and durability. Have mcivtd I- i i st Tiiyts ut oil Kxl:il itic \V. H. PALING and Co . Limited, guarantee) all their instruments. Their principle ha Ueeu to supply only thoroughly reliable instruments, and they have now the largos Piano and Music business in Australia. The sterling qualities of tlieir Pianos fia been abundantly proved by long and varied experience in tht-w colonies. Their large bisi ness ana ample resources enable ...

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TRAGEDTY AT BROKEN HILL. BEOKBN HILL. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

T&J.OEDT AT BROKEN RILL. BEOKBN HILL. Moadav. ?4.5 occarrence of a vetj dreadful nature vtoolc place at Broken Hill at about a quarter to one yesterday morning, by which a man yarned John Considine, employed in one of £be mine*, met his death at the hands of a police offiocr. It appears that Considine, who had been drinking heavily for some .days, and had been making' considerable trouble in the neighbourhood, was at tnid niftht outside a local hotel making a great ^disturbance. Police officers White and ^Shiels w araed the man that he must either go jfaome or be looked up, a threat to which .Conaidine paid no attention whatever. As -be still continued his riotous behaviour, the ,/OOnstables again told him to go home, to whioh Considine replied he nonld do so when it suited him. A. few seconds later, how .evar, he procured a short crowbar, and ad vanoed towards the constables. White, seeing he was about to be attaoked, attempted to wrest the crowbar from Considine, who, howe...

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

THE HAILS. MAILS CLOSE FOB Sydney. Battanrst, Orange, ctc-Daily at 4.15 p.m. Rourke, Nyogan, Nurromme, etc- Daily fit 7.45 a.m. Coonamblc, Giltrandra, etc - Tuesdays, Ihurfdnyn and Saturdny«, ut 9.30 a.m. CobbnraTi, Murrun«rundy and Baliimore-? Wednesday* and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Toniinglpy and L'eak Hill - Tuesday*, Thurrdnys "D<1 ftulurdays, at 8.45 a.m. Obley, Belarbip"! and Jlinore-Wednesdays «mi Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. I'on to and Terra Bella - Monday* and Wednesdays, at 9.3U a.m. Tenandra-Tuesdays and Fridays. 9.30 a.m. MaIT.S A11R DELIVERED FRulf Sydney, Orauge, Bathurst, etc-Daily at 10 a.m. Boutke, Nyngau, Narromine, etc-Daily at 'i.30 p.m. Coor,:i'nljk% (jilicandra, etc-Wednesdays, Fiidav* and Saturdays, 1 p.m. Cublwrah, Mu'ruugundy and Baltimore Mondays 9 «.l- , Tl.ursdnyN, 4 p.m. Totningrlpy and F<"ik Hill - Mondays, Weiii.esdays and Fridays. 4 p.m. OVdey-.llomlay8 and Thursdays, 4 p.m. IVntn and Terra Bella - Tuesdays and Saturdays. 4 p.m. IVnan...

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

MelSershs Eucalypti Oil Best for Rheumatism Best for Sciatica Best for Influenza Best for Gout Best for Whoopmjc Conpli j 3est for Cough Best, for Colds The Best in the I Market. A Sure Preventative! fur InC.ueuza. AND NO OTHER. HIULLERSII, j : jSole Proprietor, YA.ES, New South Wales. 1

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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the GAZETTE,) Licensed Surveyor. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

omcidc xQimcATioxs. (From the GAZETTE,) Licensed Surveyor. THOMAS HKVRY IxixToiJ, Dubbo, has bo=n specially licentied as a "urveyor under tho Ittjftl Property Act lor the current year. Licensing Court. The quarterly meeting of the Dubbo Licensing Court will be held on April 3. Annual Leases Granted. Alfred Arthur West, 540 acres, county Gregory, parish Buttabone, rent £27 ; Jamm Rutherford, jun., 1920 acres, county Lincoln, pariah Dewar, rent £4; James Rutherford, juu., 1920 acrca, county l|iaooln, parish Bullkdoran, rent £4; James Eutherford, jun., 1920 acres, oonnty Lincoln, parish Bickanbeeuio, rent £4; James Rutherford, jun., 1920 acres, county Lincoln, parish Biokanbeenie, £4; James Rutherford, jun., 620 acres, county Lincoln, parish Bickan-: heenie, rent £1 14* 2d ; Junes Rutherford, jun., 1920 acres, county L'n0®ln, pariah Bnlladorao, rent £4; James Rutherford, jun., 1400 acres, county Lincoln, parish Bulla-; doran, rent £2 ISh 4d ; James Rutherford, 1920 acres, county I^noid...

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THE WYALONG GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

TEE WYALOKG GOLDFIELD. THE Telegraph's correspondent wires from Bnrmedman:-I have just returned from "VVy along, where the influx is increasing, there being now 3000 men on the field, and they are arriving at tho rate of over 100 daily. Several fresh discoveries are re ported, one by Leonard and .party on Friday. The specimens are very fine, showing gold freely in ironstone. Ibe discovery ie highly thought of. Burrows nnd party have also found a likely reef. Of the .claims already reported, at Neild'a No. 2 iprospecting claim a fresh shaft is being aurk on the underlay, and is now down 26ft., the width of the reef bsing 15in. The best stone in this claim has hitherto been won from underneath, and the reef proves that it is improving. Heath and party are still sinking on a good body of stone. Clements and party's No. 1, south of Heath's, have some splendid stone At grass, showing gold freely. The shaft is .now down 35ft., and the stone trill bo ready for crushing in a few days. Great...

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Open Column. OVERHANGING BOUGHS. (To the Editer of the LIBERAL) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 21 March 1894

Open Column. [Correspondence is invited on matters of local interest. It must be diatinotly under stood that we are not responsible for the views expressed in letters under this beading] 0VERKAKQING BOUGHS. (7b tke Bitter <tf the LIBERAL) SIR.-Tlie fact drawn attention to in a recent j nrtiole which appeared iu your paper of the I danger and discomfort arising from the branches of trees being permitted to overhang I the footpaths at a low elevation i« one that should be taken into consideration by the Oonnoil at their earliest uonvenienoe. Those whose business took tbem through certain of our streets on Monday oan appreoiate the neoeanity for action being taken. On a rainy day Buch as Monday the alternative of stepping out into the muddy street to avoid contaot with the boughs of trees ia not at all a pleasant one, and those who attempt to foroe an umbrella through the leafy barrier, in addition to an unpleasant showerbath have to run the risk of the destruction of tbeir ...

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