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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

Special Advertisements. [A CiBto J Dr. Louis Fite-Patrick ICottcal Officer BuWjo Hospital. Mnegmrie rtreet, BUB BO. * Ask Your Doctor JfflLBETS DRY GIN I Is not better than Whiskey | 1 this hot weather. P TUCKER & CO., Agents, Sydney. ' i Support Local Industry. | §Fob printing. fjob grinting. (1 ET YOUR JOB PRINTING J BONE AT | ITHE^OFFICH or THE DUBDG LIBERAL, The CHEAPEST and. BEST in the District.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

CABLEGRAMS. Los DON, Monday. IT IS reported that some Spanish anarchists poisoned one of their col leagues imprisoned at Barcelona, with the object of preventing him revoaliug the details of the anarchist movement in that city. A family of five persons has been baint to death at Clerkenwell, London, through upsetting a paraffin lamp. An outbreak of cholera has occurred at Constantinople. A shocking calamity is reported from Newfoundland, During a storm 50 fishermen were washed seaward on an ice floe, and it is believed they were all drowned.

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

CATARRH, HAT FEVER, CATARRHAL DEAFN ESS A NEW Hqhe Tehitmest. SCFFF.BERS are not generally aware that these diseases are contagions, or that they are due to the presence of living parasites in the lining membrane of the nose and eustachian tubes. Microscopic research, however, has Droved this to be a fact, and the result iR that a simple remedy has been formulated whereby these distressing diseases are rapidly and permanently cured by a few simple applications made at home by the patient oooe in two weeks. A pamphlet explaining this new treatment ia sent on receipt of 2£d stamp by A. Hun on DIXOX. 13 and id East Bloor St. TOBOJfpO,

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS. (From the Gazette.) Contract Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

OFFICIAL X07IFICA T10XS. (From the Gazette.) Contract Accepted. THE fol'owiufr contract 1ms been accepted by the Treasury:-Supply of firewood at Dubbn, Donald Ross, *i11 per 1001b. Land Reserved from Sale or Lease pending. Legislation. Land district of Dubbo.-No. 20,627, oounty Lincoln, parish Barbital, containing an area of 75 acres. Tlie Crown lands within the boundaries of measured portion 12. Land district of Dubbo.-No. 20,628, county Lincoln, parish B&rbigal, eontaining au area of 189 acres, exclusive of road. The Crown lands within the boundaries of measured portion 24. Alberts journeyed to Narromine on Satur day, to fulfil their engagement with the Narromine olub. The latter went to the wickets, and had scored 22 runs for the IOSB of two w'ckets when rain commenced to fall, and continued during the day, preventing any further play. It is reported that a basket containing: 1 human bones, supposed to be the remains of | a Chinaman, was found at <jrlanmire, ne...

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INTERCOLONIAL MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

INTERCOLONIAL MELBOURNE, Tuesday. AT the E&Bter encampment sham fight, Major-Gen era! Hutton acted as umpire. He said that better work could not be seen iu the principal camps in England. ADELAIDE, Tuesday, The well-known steeplechaser Beau Brummell broke his neck at Onka parinka yesterday ; his jockey, Williams, had his collar bone smashed.

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 — 28 March 1894

Ttje Latest Telegrams. FROM OUR SPECIAL AGENTS. WEW SOUTH WALES Stdxey, Tuesday. THERE was a great influx of visitors to Sydney from the country during the holidays. Hotels were crowded, and many visitors were refused accommo dation. It is estimated that 25,GOO people were at the Agricultural Show yester day, the takings being £998 ; 18,000 were at liandwick races; 15,000 at Manly; 65,500 travelled by rail yesterday, being an increase of 15,000 over Eastex lion day last year. No serious aocidents are reported. Mayor Manning was thrown out of a dogcart ooniing from liandwick, but was only slightly injured, and did not require medical aid. It is said one of the unemployed is making 30s. a week getting tin in the Glen Innes district, and that there is room for fifty families. A rich find of quartz is reported at a depth of 280ffc at Boncy's Itock, near Canowindra. Specimens are expected to yield 50ozs to the ton. An effort will be made in the Assembly to-morrow to pass the Appropriatio...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

CRICKET. ON Ennter Monday a match wea played on the Oral between the Alberts and a combined teaju from tlio staff* of th» Co-operative Mill ana J, 0. Browa'n establishment, The Utter batted first, and started well, Hie firut wloltet falling for 57, and the third for 9G, but this average Was not maintained, as tha »rf whon 129 had been reached. Jrl ,.r ? P'W' a inn'ngs for 60; W*. Orbell made 38, and Lipsoombo 21, Alberts l<wt two wiolrats for IC, and when the fourth fell the soore WHS 54. the nnfceli promisine to result in a close finish. On Bayley and Armstrong beooming associated a different aspect w«< placed on the game, as they com f j masterad the bowling and took the score to 121 before a separation was effected when M. Soane bowled Armstrong- when ho bad made 38. D. Soane 37, G. Soane 21, and Uunn 12 assisted Bayley to raise the snore to , M00n? century, when the Oranin ** 'enirth fifave Baker a chance off M. Oailum a bowling, whioh was Hatefully arcepte...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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THE NO-QUORUM COUNCIL. (To the Edilor of the LIBERAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

TIfli KO-Q 7011UM GOUXCIL, (To the Edilor of the LIDEDAL.) Sir,-Tour foot-note to my l.-tter in last issue is only begging the question. Iii your article on the matter yc.u said it was not i serious matter tliat there was no quorum ; now you turn round and say that you only meant that it was not serious sis tar as it npplied to dealing with eight motions on the paper having the expendi ture of raoiiey in view. The expenditure altogether would not exceed iJ50, so there was not much to raise bo sudden an alarm about. But if these motions were on tho paper, there was also the business to b? considered of paying wages, Hccounts, etc. Surely the", it was the duty of the uldermen to attend and en deavour to make arrangements for payment of the poor men's wages, even if the con sideration of the .other business, which so excites you, was adjourned, or even buried in oblivion. Tou sec (here is no logic in your arguments-save the mark. But the crowning joke of your footnote consists in the a...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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Anthrax. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

Anthrax. I THE following is a copy of ft resolu tion passed at a meeting of the Urana Stock Board :-" That, owing to the spread of anthrax, it is the opinion of this Board that it is most desirable that a meeting of delegates from the Stock Boards of the colony of New Sooth Wales be held at an early date to adopt the beet means for the pre vention of the Rpread, and if possible the eradication, of this most fatal disease, with a view of having legis lation brought to bear on the subject."

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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"JUDAS ISCARTOT." [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

"JUDAS ISOARTOT." THE second sermon on " Bible Portrait, at painted by novelists, aud as delineated in Scripture." was delivered by tbe Von, Arch .deacon Wilson in Holy Trinity Church on Good Friday evening. The portrait selected was that of Judus Ieoariot. Tbe rev. pontic man took for bis text, "Judas Is^ariot:, .which also betrayed lain*'.-Murk iii, 19, and said:-Tbe character of Judas Iscariot is confessedly one of the mosl difficult to under stand or explain of any contained in the whole range of Holy Scripture. As one writer (Edwin Hodrier) says-" Ou tbe very tin cuboid of oar study, there start up euoh it bewildering boot of thoughts- thought fl that vo dare not veuture to bold for long, lest they phauld carry us into unlawful fields of inquiry-that it seems as if tbe character of .Judas was never intended to be understood." If Christ could read the very thoughts and intentions of Judas Iscariot, bow wan it that Ho associated such a man with the chosen Iwulvo? How was il that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

THE MOST POPULAR dbink w the Colony is Bow's Steane's Bitters. Read the following reports from chemical examinations, whioh will at ouce convince you of their purity f Government Analytical laboratory, Melbourne, July 11, 188'. "I have examined a bottle of Bow fiteane's Superlative Aromatic Tonio Bitters manufactured by Edward How and Company, and find it to be remarkably pleasant in flavour, containing about 16 per sent, of a very pure alcohol, and holding iu solution a clear, wholesome Vegetable Bitter, combined with a fruity, ajiicy aroma. I consider these Bitters a very superior article." WILLIAM JOHNSON, Govt. Analytical Chemist. lbs gnat demand throughout tne colony for these pure Bitters shows tlicy are superior to nil others, and equalled by none. Facts Speak Loader Than Words. Bead this sworn testimony from a well known citizen SlATOTOBr DeolajuWon. "I, GEORGE HEWITT, do hereby sol emnly and sincerely declare 0« fallows: That I feel it a duty I owe to the public Ui state th...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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TEE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

TEE MAILS. Mails CLUPE FOB Sydney, Bathurst, Orange, cto-Daily at 4.15 p.m. Bourfce, Nyn^an, Kurromioc, etc- Daily at 7.45 a.ui. Coonamblc, Gilgnnilra, etc - TuesdRy-B, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Cobbora'i, Af ununtfundy nnd Baltimore Wednesdays god Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Toniinglcv and Peak Hill - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 8.45 a.m. Obley, Belatbipal and ilinore-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9.30 a.m. Fonto and Terra Bella - Monday* and Wednesdays, at 9.30 a.m. Tenandrn-Tuesdays and Fridays, fl.30 a.m. MaIM ABE DkUYEUISB J-KoM - Sydney, Orange, Bathurst, etc-Daily at 10 a.m. Bourke, Nyngan, Narromme, etc-Daily at 5.3D p.m. Coonamble, Giliramira, e'c-Wednesdays, Fridays and S«turdayF, i p.m. Obburah, MiiTun^uDdy and Balliinore M"iidaif fi a.m., Tl ursdiiys, 4 p.in. Tominpiey mi.I Peak Hill - Moudayp, Weili.et-deys end Fridays, 4 p.m. OMey-Monikvnand Thursdays, 4 p.m. P. nro mid Ti-rrn Bella - Tuesdays and SaswdKV. 4 ^>.in. T< i nndra-Mondays nud ...

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Electors' Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

Electors' Eights. TnEnE is ono theory which has not been ndvancwS in connection with the unfortunate suspect who the other day committed suicide on the approach o the police. It is fimiorally believed that fear of an arrest on a serious charge was the cause of his act. But one can never tell what the police are after, end the unhappy victim may have conceived the idea tlwt.they were attempting to servo 1111 elector's right upon him. The public seem to have been profoundly alarmed in a multitude of cases by''the open or furtive efforts of cousiabulary to force these papers upon thorn. Some of them are plainly ready to take to the bush or offer armed reeistauco l.efore they will allow themselves to be invested with a vote. If the reluctance to receive elector's rights, or the alarm concerning what they may bind a man down to, which has made the life of the city and suburban police an uuhnppy one> should spread to the interior, there may be ttagicowm-ci^-es to report* A few years ng...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Tin? terrible drowning- fatality at] Bnthurst on Friday last has evoked widespread sympathy from all *'ho have rend the tragic details of the accident ; and the fact that thoyonng lives were sacrificed in view of half-a dozen men, who made no attempt to reuder aid which might have saved the children, lends additional sadness to the occurrence. The cowardly sel fishness shown in the answer of one man who was appealed to, " One life's as good as another," shows a state of callousness hardly to be expected from six men, some of whom would be thought to be possessed of a more manly spirit than to stand inertly by and watch three children straggling for life. Even the heroic condnct of Mr. Herbert M'Credie did not suffice to inspire any of these men with suffi cient cournge to assist him in his brave attempt to save the children, and his gallant though fruitless effort serves to accentuate the cowardice of the others. Had one or two others been found willing to share ...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

MUNICIPAL NOltlNATIOh'S. TUB public nomination of >.,candidates for the vacant ohair in tho Connoil took pluce yea'aiday (Tnei'day), ? At noou. There wis a small attendance of ratepayers. His Worship the Mayor, returning officer, pre sided, and read tha nominations reoeived, as follows: Richard Nakcaruow, financier, Winge warra-atreet, Dubbo Lome Fira-F AMUCK, Physician Bnd Sur geon, Macquarie-Btroet, Dubbo Hknet Liambeet, Storekeeper, Welling ton Roiid, Dubbo UltNEBT Wilmak Heajiwo SOANE, Sign writer, Dariing-Htreat, Dubbo. i Toe Betoming Offiaer read a letter from , Mr. Nuncarrow stating that acting on his , doctor's advice he withdrew from tho con- j teat", and onp frum Mr. Immbert, staling that he had been nominated^ without his knowledge and consent, and wished to with draw. Dr. Fttz-Patsick aaidtbat when his coming forward for a seat in the Council was first brought before his notice he fult some hesitation in accepting ; but it had heen pointed out to him it was a necessar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

BANK OF AUSTRALA8IA Incorporated by Royal Charter 1836. Paid-up Capital £ 1,600,000 Reserve Fund (of whioli £500,000 is rnv Jfted at 2{ per ceat. con sola at 95) .* . . . . £800,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietors under the Charter .. ..£1,400,000 £1,000,000 DUBBO BRANCH Highest Carrent Bates allowed on Fixed Deposits, Advances made on liberal terms upon the (ensuing clip* of wool. AH usual bulking business transacted JOHN W. SILLAB, "Manager. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. THE following' Royal Mail StoBmships belonging to the ORIENT and PACIFIC COMPANIES will leave SYDNE Y at noon on the undermentioned dates for PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury; via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, calling at Nap lea an Gibraltar . .OROYA ORIENT ORMUZ OROTAVA «0EUBA 60fi7 5365 P03J 65.12 E E Lavingt'jnl April 7 FT. E. Inskip Ipril 23 W. E Whitr,'Wtay 7 R.N.R. i R. Studdert IMiv ?>! 5552 Liud ay Hay Jane 4 And fortnightly thereafter. * via Ilobnrt. PASSAGE MONEY-Saloon,...

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DROWNING FATALITY IN THE MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

DllOJVXIXG FATALITY IX THE MACQVAItlE. THE Macquario at Bathurst was on Friday the Eccne of one of the saddest and most melancholy accidents which have occurred for some years; the result being tho loss of throe young lives. The victims were Maggie Yeomans (14), her step-sister Hilda Yeomans (about 4), and Marie Shepherd (11). Tho two first were daughters of Mv. J. Yeomans, the well-known trainer, and the third was the youngest child of Mr. Ucorge Shepherd, of the Tradesmen's Arms. At 11.30 in the morning Maggie Yeomans set out for a drivo with her baby sister, and took Marie Shepherd with them. The party set off down George-street to the river, intending to cross by the ford and go mushroom gathering on Kelso. The recent heavy rains had so swollen tho Macquarie that the current was running like a mill race, and the crossing, utterly imprac ticable, would not have been attempted by more < xperioneed persons, but it had no alarms lor the youthful party in the sulky. Soon a...

Publication Title: Dubbo Liberal And Macquarie Advocate, The
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A BLACKFELOW SHOT, [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

A ULACKFELWW SHOT, ON" Tuesday last an inquest was held by tha Nyngati coroner, Mr. A. Lyne, J.P., on the body oi an aboriginal nmned iiind-i, who bud been shot at the Halfway House Hotel, Du-b Creek, on the previous Sunday. Ttia following evidence wan ifivei : Senior-sergeant Jolui«ton deposed (bat ou Tuesday morning tie culled nt the hotel, and asked Mr. Ciiristensen, the landlord, how Binda bud been kilted ; Cliristenseu made n aVutement to tbe effect that on Sunday morning Bind i bad come to the hotel, and became very abusive, using very bad' langunge ,- the landlord procured a gun to. frighten the man away, und tn>ide a throat with the weapon at the deoeased.; the (tun went off and the charge entered dccensed's. abdomen. The conttable arrested Cbri«ren»en, on a aharire of caaain^ <he death of Binda. 1 Joieph John Synain, stated tbat on Sunday last Mm. Cbristensen came to hi a hou«o, I From what she said witness ran down 11 the I hotel. Saw Christensen on the veran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 28 March 1894

IF YOU WANT \ PEOPLE TO Advertise in THE DUBBO LIBERAL KNOW OF ANYTHING. Has the largest Local Circulation, Daily Increasing. THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. THE DUBBO LIBERAL, AND MACQUARIE ADYOCATE, PUKS.ISUEl) EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AlORNINOi, Contains the Latest Co'onial ;inil Intercolonial Trlc^i-nutr, Cable grains. Local and General News. We Iteg to draw tin? attention of nur constituents to tlio tonus of Subscription under (ho new management, which came into force on the !s1 January. 1S!!3, viz.: Per Annum, in advance ... ... ,£1 0 0 Per Half-year, in iilvanco (I in 0 Per <,juartoi, in advance U :> (i Per Quarter, if booked 0 (3 (> Single Copies 0 0 a As (lie LIBEUAI. is- now conducted on liro'id principles, and (tie circulation is daily increasing, wo can recommend business people, to give it a trial as an advertising medium. Tlie twins for ordinary advertisements are : Single Column: Hs. for the first inch, and Is. 6d. for each additional inch, each publication....

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Important Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate — 31 March 1894

Important Deputation. A deputation which waited on the Minister for Lands to-day with respect to special areas, asked for a redaction in rents. If thc Government did not give them relief they would throw np their land, and thereby the Government would lose a great deal of revenue. Mr. Copeland admitted that there were many cases in which too high a price was being paid for land, but could not see his way clear to introduce legislation to meet the wishes of the deputation. He had under consideration a suggestion to extend the time of payment from 30 to 64 years, ur allow them to convert their conditional parchases into leaseholds, and give the lessees 28 years' title, with the right of renewal for a similar period. He has reduced the rent in a number sf temporary leases.

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