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A Libeller. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

A Libeller. To the Editor : Sir,^ — Will you kindly allow me, a Molong boy and the brother, of several brothers aod sisters, who have lived , in the town all their lives, to protost against the cruel and mendacious libel on .the young people of both sexes living in Molong, con tained in a letter in your last . issue and signed 'Diogenes.' I am sure the moral conduct and industry of the boys and girls of Molong are as satisfactory as in any other, 'settlement in Australia, and it is infamous that any man should malign us so. ' Diogenes' is ashamed of his name, and he aas good reason to be so. He aakB us to Bhow our grit. Well we would quickly do so . if he revealed himself. I know four girls who have mode .-up their minds to horse whip him if they find out who he is.— Yours truly, One of the Libelled. !

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Molong Police Court. TUESDAY, September 26, 1893. (Before Mr. W. H. Couch, J.P.) CRIMINAL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Molong Police Court. Tcksday, September. 26, 1893. \ ' (Before Mr. W. 6. Oouoh, J.P.) CRIMINAL ARSATCT. Thomas Stephens was charged with that he I did,-, on the 17th Septembery!;1893, oii the maim c ' Wellington' road, criminally assault' one Maree Masoud. Accused waB undefended. Maree Masoud deposed : Am a hawker, and an Assyrian ; am a married woman; my hua 4' .. band.ia an Assyrian; I live at Oiauc;e ; re member last Sunday week ; on that morning I , left a station, about 18 miles from Molong, ; on , the Wellington road ; I was going to Molong;, a \ ? t came oh to the road which leads frtra Wel lington to Molong ; on the road, at about half past nine o'clock, I met a policeman . (Constable Justellius; going towards Wellington ; I also ?? . met a man driving sheep ; I saw the accused ou - the road ; he was camped for dinner, at about four miles from the station ; he was at a place . ?r. ilike an old oamp ; this was at about 12 o'clock t '\ in the day ; I put my basket down and wen...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Caution, ANYONE found HUNTING with DOGS or SHOOTING in the GUMBLE PADDOCKS will be prosecuted. W. J. CURLE. SPORTS —AND— SOCIAL, 9th NOVEMBER NEXT, The Members of the Loyal Pride of the West Lodge, I.0.O.F.,M.U., have decided to celebrate their ANNINERSAR¥ in MOLONG by holding SPORTS, &c, ON PBIN0E OF WALES' BIHTHDAT, 9th NOVEMBER, And in the Evening with a GRAND SOCIAL. W. G. T. HARDWICK, Financial Secretary. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. SPECIAL CHEAP EXCURSION TO SYDNEY 'PICKETS »t Speoial Low Fares will be issued at JL all Stations on the Western Line and Branches to Sydney only by Train leaving Molong at 6.30 p.m. on Thursday, 12th October. Return Fares — Molong to Svdney, 29s First Class, 14s 6d Second Class. TheBe Tickets will ba available for return by cer tain trains within fourteen days. Further particulars can be had on referenoe to handbills, copies of which can be- obtained from all Station-re astern. By order of the Commissioners, H. MoLACHLAN, . ? ?.??.??'? tSwcretary....

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Molong Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Molong Lands Office. ? ^ ? Thb following selections wete taken up at th» above office on Thursday last : — Michael Gallagher, 96 acres, c.p., county Ash buruham, parish Barrajiu. [A ballot took place for this pieoe of land between Henry Hurkett and Michael Gallagher, and resulted as above stated.] John Roche Ardill, .40 acres, c.p., county Aah burnlmm, pariah Boree Nyr^ng. John Ball, 160 acres, c.p., county Ashburnham, parish Gregra. John Ball, 426 acres, c.l., county Ashburnham, parish Gregra.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Held Over. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Held Over. ♦ ? In consequence of furnishing our readers with a fullaccount of the Carcoar murders, a consider ' able amount of 'matter' has been crowded out. Correspondence, district doings, topics, round about notes, Garra tea meeting, &c, all have to be held over for want of room, but they will ap pear in next issue.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Multum in Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Multum in Parvo. . ? ^ This week's Expbess is the biggest paper ever published in Molong. Two weddings, were celebrated -during the past week by the Rer. J. Alldis. More are on the tapis. Reports of those this week will appear next issue. Twenty-five thousand Bheep are going through the shearers hands at Loom bah this season. Shearing commences at the Nandillvan shed on Monday next, something like 15,000 are to be shorn. Tea-meeting at Garra an Wednesday a great «uc cess. Full particulars next issue. The friends of Mr. W. E. Panton will regret to learu that that gentleman's mother died suddenly on Sunday last. She was an elderly lady, and had been in delicate health for some time. Tlie unfortunate young mun, George Vincent, who met with a serious accident by being run over with a team near Cudal, about a fortnight ago, succumbed to his injuries last Tuesday. The funeral took place on Wednesday and was largely attended, the young fellow being' well liked by all olaBses at Cudal.. A m...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Church of England Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Church of England Entertainment. A laegb, enthusiastic, and appreciative audience assembled at the dchool of Arts on Wednesday even ing to witness an entertainment promoted for the purpose of raising funds for St. John's Church. The affair was under the management of the Bev. R. Seymour-Smith, to whom is due much credit for the Buooess which attended it on Wednesday night. Many expressed regret at the enforced absence of. Mra. Paiitou — who was to contribute a couple of vocal' items- through a death in the family, and not ii few were disappointed through Mr. C. Cousins failing to put in an appearance. The programme was opened by a vocal waltz in whioh20 fairies and a fairy queen took part, and the principal fault to be found with the item was that the majority of the girls; takiDg part were altogether too large. Had they have been small in size, the waltz would have looked much better. No fault, however, could be found with their singing — tbe voices blended nicely and the time was ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Political. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Political. Mh. WiiiLiAM Bans Mblvillk left Sydney on xi''ida.y last for Walgett, where he commences a '/tp.ugn in the interests of tha Democratic Pro i tiomat PAruy. It is Mr. Melville's business to Itije&s public meetings throughout New ,?oiith ^l«s, and to \nnut out, from' a protectionist ' f'ipoint, fcho evils of the single tax ; -dlso';the m oluW nocCM. iiy for the sake of the nation of a H i icntifip ami suilieient protectionist tariff. On m ' i Mclvillo'o loiiini from the north-western and m ' « them ulecUnalPh. he will, proceed west.' The M »' mnoratic protu Utnust candidate for. Molong will JH vilnbut© tin o\tiM'dod series of descriptive article^ M ' s the inland tout lor the metropolitan press. He H 'ycth to vwjt uvery quarter of the Molong H l'»otwrato ,'iboub ihc end of. November; .' About M i-'-a pe: r/ the campaign in thiB constituency

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Monster Protectionist Meeting in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Monster Probscfcitinist Meeting in Sydney. ? ? : ? ' ' A ? ; ? Tttr'iTlt.BQdAPK.I Sstdkhy. Friday .---There was an immense afctond jince at the I'toteoU-anists meeting at the Protestant Hall la»t'pveningv;.i'.Ailderman Kippax occupied the chair, anii/thora wat-i rowdy element' -'present. A motion that (lib ! .bnly'j true way of developing the resources of the country and placing the people on the laud ^aab/tv protective policy was moved by Mr. Kobson, aud seconded by the Mayor of Coota uiundra. -An :unim-lnient was submitted in flavour of sinking fiho fiscal issue, and it was carried by a flreat majority. Tiio Socialist. Pavfcy were present in large num '?fern, and though ; the 'meeting was interrupted with 1 i fjroat arnotuit of disorder which prevailed, Ihere i.a no violence.

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The Carcoar Murders. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

The Oarcoar Murders The Carcoar atrocity has formed the . principal topic of conversation in Molong this week, and day after day as later particulars of the terrible affair reaches town the thrill of horror increases. It is doubtful if anything more awful than the details which have been placed before the public can be imagined, let alone is known. For brutality and cold-bloodedness Deeming's crimes pale into insignificance beside that of the rascally low scoundrel who committed thedeed at the City Bank, Carcoar, last Sunday morning and the sooner society is ridded of such an infernal villain the better. The greatest sympathy is expressed on all aides in Molong for the highly-respected widely-known, and now grief-stricken family (some of whom reside in this district) of whom the alleged murderer is a member. Miss Cavanagh, ? one of the victims of the tragedy, was a second cousin of Mr. John Roche Ardill's, L.S., of German's Hill.

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Visit of the Anglican Bishop of Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Visit of the Anglican Bishop of Bathurst. -'- ^ Thb Rev. Dr Oamidge, Lord Bichop of the Bathurst Diocese, will hold a confirmation service at Warne on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, after which he will proceed to Beri and consecrate the church there at three o'clock in the afternoon, and subse quently come to Molong, where he will conduct the evening service at St. John's, which will commence , at half-past seven.

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A Hard Case. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

1 ! A Hard Case. ?:'': ':?':-. :-i -.-?,: \; . ?'?',' -r-Y--.'.-:'- \ The, . .Glarekcb Examine* says m^ Our attention has been drawn to .another case of hardship arising out ^'of 'distraint for rent^, A resident -of Grafton: sent several; head of cattlej including some valuable milch cows, to a paddbbk on agistment. It transpired that the lessee of .'this ,pad(iock was in arrears with jliis rent, and the landlord, (in this in stance one of the banks) distrained for the -satne,1 and amongst the items distrained upon were the aforesaid cattle, grazing on the land on agist ment. These were sold before, the owner knew anything of the pro ceedings,' and as the law stands he Has no remedy, T^is is; not' the ^rst .case of th,e. kind that has , hap^ pened in the district, and while such ?an unjust' and iniquitous enactment ,is permitted to exist on the pages 'pf the. Statute, Book, stock-owners must be cautious in grazing their: cattle on leased lands [We quite endorse the latter portion of...

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The Dignity of Labour. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

The Dignity of Labour. ? A Sir George Dibbs, speaking in a northern township the other day, said he was very glad to hear Mr. Suttor condemn the eternal demand made by parents upon the Gi^ern ment and Parliament to get 'their sons into the Public service. Some vears ayo his wife had reminded him that their second boy had reached the age of 15, and ought to be doing something for his living. He asked his wife what she would like the boy to do She said ' Oh, could you not get him some em ployment under Government ?' He replied, ' Certainly not ! That's the last refuge a son of mine will come to.' His wife had been quite shocked when he had proposed that his son should begin his career .on the smoke-box of a locomotive, and that he would be dirty, from morn^ ing to, night. He had pointed out that the dirt could be washed off, and he would still be a gentleman. ?So the1 boy was turned into a mechanical walk of life and had now turned out . a ? nrst-class engineer. His years ;-had been s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

Iiv iepljr to'MK Hiitchinson, in the ! A8-| ' sembly oh Tues'tla'f last, ! 'Hori: T: SlattetyJ Minister for Mines, said that £17,925 n'ad been expended ?out of the prospecting vote to' d-ite, and i£2074 was now/fit vai lable. In the -north, where there bad) been i75 applications, : £.722S had; been, granted ; whilst! im.the south 59 applications had' been received atid £4722 granted, and ^nthe we8t_ 91 applica tions .'eceiy^d^an^^'jf'ei^'granted,. ^^here were no aalaiies charged' to thiH vote. ' ';i ,1 -it. , , it« 1

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ST. JOSEPH's.CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

i ! Sx. Joseph's. Catholic CHOKOHi Molong-^lst Sunday of every month. ', / ? Cargo — 2nd Sunday of every month.; 5, , Cudal— 3rd Sunday of every 'month.. ' '( j . j Cumnock— 4th Smi'd'ay of' every mop th'. '! i Man'ildra— 5th Sunday in the month (whetv occnrrint;). I '?:? \i;-. 'V '? ?? ? ?

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SUNDAY SERVICES. ST. JOHN's (ANGLICAN CHURCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

;, r SUNDAY SEItV LCES. 45t. John's ( Anglican Chdroh.V ' ; Molong — Eyery Sunda^, 11' aim; lind 7.30 p.m.1 Sunday School,/ 9.30. a.m., and 3 p.m. ! ( j Country Chypchza... ,, . ; j First. Sunday each' month — Vfarae, ,11 a.m. ; Beri,'3 p.m. ; Garra, 3, p.m., Bible and Catechism, 4.15 p.m. ; Ciit'ombala {lay Ber vice)-3 p.m. ??? '? ! '' '' *'-?? ^ i Second Sunday— Yullundry, 11 a.m. ;' Cumnock 3 p.m.; Amaroo, 3 p.m. ; Catechism, «fcc, 4.15.p.m. '? ._. '.,..,,., .? , ;., ;; ;. 1 Third Sunday — Warne, 11 a.m. ,; Beri, 3 p.m. jpate'chiam, &c'.',' 4.15 p.m. ; Garra,'3 p.m. ., Fourth Sunday — Yullundry, Tij'a m. ; , Cumnock 3 p.m., Garra1 (lay service) 3 p.m.', Cate chism, &c., 4.15 p.m. ; Amaroo, 3 p.m. ; Quarterly — Catombals, 11 a.m. ; Cumnock, 3 p.'m.,.Hory Communion, 4.15 p m. Holy Cominnnion at Molong first Sunday in the month (at other cliurchea aspre-aniiounced). Bapitiaius — Monday and Wednesday, 4 o'clock, of which due notice is requisite: ?,,.;. One of the cler...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

11 Oiurcli Services. ' 1 .' ? . ~ ? * ? : Appended are the church appointments, in con nection with the local Wesleyan Church, for to morrow and the following Sunday :— ??'?? :, ; OcroBBR 8th. ; I!ii ' Molong, 11 a.m.— Mr. JVC; Stbvebii ' n '?'?- ... Molong, 7 p.in.— jRev. D. A. Gilsenan . | V Garra, 7 p. m.-^-Mr. F! 0. Stevens' Meranburn, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan ,J - Red Hill, 11 a.m.— Rav. D: A. Gilaenan; '.' ? - ? : ?? 15xH' October.' ?. ' ' ?'.??''; |- Molong, 11 a.m.-T-Rev. D. A. Gilsenan ' '.'0' [ -.1 Molong, 7 p.m.-r-Rev. D,. A. Gilsenan . . ii '?' , G^rra, 3 p.m.— Mr. J.Morris «i, .,?.«! Gatra, 7 pm.— Mr. B. Baker ,; ., ,.; ' Red Hill, 3 p.m.— M-r.';iB. Baker ' ; / ..'. ''''; ; . Shades,3 p.m.— Mr. Albert' Baker/ ' '','.' ? Cumiio'dk, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. -'A. Gilsenan',. , - Barragan, 3 p.m. —Mr. Walter Baker1 '??! '? Cargo, 7 p. m.-^Mr. Walter Baker )M '?. iLockwood, 11 a.m.— Mr. Walter Baker / :?- I

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Molong Police Court. TUESDAY, 3RD October, 1893. (Before Messrs. H. S. M. Betts, A. Ross, and Claude Smith, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

Molong Police Court. , Tuesday, 3bd October, 1893. ; ' (Before Messrs. H. S. M. Betts, A. Ross, and Claude Smith, Js.P.) Trustees Molong Town Common v. ' - Hubert Bennett. Removing timber from , the Molong Common without having a lieense. Fined 5s and 4s 10d costs of court. -, 3Ir. Kinna for plaintiffs. ?\ , John Beidy v. James Connelly. This was '? a case of common assault, in which both , , parties engaged in fisticuffs. Mr. Kinna appeared for Beidy, and Mr. Pan ton for i defendant. The case was dismissed.

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Tea Meeting at Garra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

'_ f Tea Meeting at Garra.;. [by our correspondent.! :'t:'As was auiici|iii'e-l (.lie tea meeting1 in con ^'necdoh' Uvitli the1 Gvrra Baptist Ghtirch ;' proved ah unmitigated success last1 Wednes '' dayveek. Th« weather Wi»s simply delight-1.' ' :£ul and the rHHultrwH8 a very large attend ance. People came from everywhere atound. Molong, Gmura, Oumnock, Manil ' dia, Bocotle, were all represented, and the ' ' representatives ft bin each centre vied with ' each other in endeavouring to make pleasure and amusement. The scene1 of attraction 1 was a nice spot near the Baptist Church, were ample provisions had been made for ' the large number of visitors. The trysting ^': place was a 'scene of activity from shortly ??' after noon until a late hour in the evening. 'Here, there, and every where for some dis tance around were pleasure parties, themem-. bers of whom were enjoying themselves in ': various games — rounder*^ ' jolly miller,' . 'twos, and threes,' co'mprmng the- principal , I- 'd...

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Social Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893

Social Mems. On Monday, 25th September, a quiet but pleasant wedding was celebrated at the resi '} dence of Mra. II. Y. Leathern, proprietress , , of this paper. The bride w*a that lady's youngeBt daughter (Helen Isabel), who had been reared in this town, and the bride groom, Mr. Alfred Phillips. The cere ' naony was performed in the presence of several of the bride's relatives and friends by the Rev. J. Alldia, who subsequently ad dressed a few irieudly words to the happy couple and proposed their health, which was drunk with enthusiasm by the friends assem bled. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips left Molcng by the evening's train for Sydney en route to Western Australia. On the local platform was congregated an immense crowd of inti mate acquaintances of the newly-made wife, , who accorded her and her husband a warm '?' ' reception on the platform with the customary Bhowera of rice, and extended to them a very ''' 'hearty send-off. * ' ' The beautiful weather on Wednesday last waa enjoyed, be...

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