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Important Decision under the Municipalities Act [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

?' important Decision under the' Munich ? : I palities Act- ? [i I NarRANDERA, 'Wed nesday. — A 11, . i?n porui n t decisio'1'1 under' the Municipal itiies;- Act, was given. in the Small Debts Court yesterday. The I^'urandera Couiicil proceeded against S- Dun^an ^for wrrearsjof rates. . 'IMie council clerk .Jproduceil the, minute-(book, in which 'was a resolution- to tlie;effejt. -hat.:the,,co.ii!io,-l clerk act as^valuer,' 'Viwiih.' assistance . -IVl/r. Do B - -s, 'for the 'defendant; qu-ued the l'V2nd section of 1 the .'.'Municipalities Act, | rwhich -^ays thai' the council., .shall cause a ?valuation to . be ,,made . by .two competent Ipersons, to; be called ' valuers,' and lie Isufe uiitted that a3', only one. valuer had been appointed, the section had not been complied with, and that consequently the valuation was illegal and the council could not recover. The police magistrate upheld the objection, and nonsuited plaintiff. I'he decision has caused' considerable. local interest...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Royal Society Prize Essay. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

JRoyal Society Prize Essay. The following letter appeared in a recent issue of the Daily Telegraph above the signature of Andrew Ross/ M.D., Molong : ? — Sir, — I have read with much pleasure Mr. E. V. D. Jenkyii's letter in your issue of the 5th inst. on the above subject. I ain' pleased to say that I fully ondorse every word of his *ble and sensible letter, and one that most assuredly demands some public explanation at the hands of the Council of the Royal I Society of New South Wales before- they attempt to invite other essays from original workers in any branch of natural science. Being one of the unsuccessful competitors referred to by i\li. Jenkyna on that occasion, 1 hope I may be permitted to offer a few remarks on the subject. Gn the occasion referred to by Mr. Jenkyns I took the trouble (as he truthfully remarks) to send in an original essay, but to my utter surprise the es-av was not only evidently ignored, bht the conditions laid down for competitors in the circular issu...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Voting Power of Ratepayers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

Voting Power of Ratepayers. j It may be of interest to ratepayers to know ' that no less an authority than Mr. R. E. O'Connor has given it as his opinion that an elector is not entitled to more than one vote in respect of a jointly held property. For instance, he says, if two persons aie joint owners of property which should carry four votes, these owners will uot be entitled to two votes each, but to one vote each only. So that :the only way in which the full voting power of the property can be obtained is either to allow one person to be rited as owners, in which cases he would be entitled to four votes, or to have the four joint owners rated and enrolled, who would then have a vote each.

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Preparing for the Fray. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

. '' Preparing for the Fray. ? n j To the Editor: Sir, — There is Xoo^.mucli reason for entertaining a fear that at; the | 'approaching general election the bitterness of class or party feeling will become more conspicuous than on any previous occasion, unless (he electors-in the various const ltuen- cies take a 'proper view of their duties, and casting aside the claims of party, give their support to; -the man, no matter, what may be the natuie of his political views, who, by character'; ability, and- judgement is best fitted to assist in managing the aff-iirs of the nation; In this colony politics have practi cally become a mere struggle for the loaves and fishes of office, and when one side endeavours to secure a little much-needed practical legislation, its efforts are imme diately thwarted by the other side, which would selfishly imperil the best interests of the community rather than permit its op ponents to secure a win in the direction of National progress and prosperity. No...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Modesty. WHAT IT IS, AND WHAT IT IS NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

?? TOfUtl -wi'l! Vj- J'Uy.'r '! -..J ,uU .,,. r;,... Modesty. ' ' ' j WHATSIT. IS, AND WHAT IT ISNOT. » [By .'Lady Cook, nee Tennessee 0. ClAFLIN.1 One by one the old-world virtues are dis appearing. i Time was when chivalry was the crown of men, and modesty the diadem a woman. Chivalry has given place to selfishness, and modesty to chic. Not that those splendid qualities oan ever absolutely die, for there aie, and always will be, noble men and pure women, but- 'their diminution is serious and of evil augury.; The past has only produced one other people resembling ourselves — austere, brave, masterful, enterprising a.t home and abroad, colonizing and roadmaki&g all the world over skilful in peace, and matchless in war. The Romans were the English of ancient times ; the English are modern Romans. But it is to be noted among the first sigus of the decline of Rome, that her women, so famous for vir'ue, hud become demoralised. The national fl'ire liad relaxed. Simplicity of life...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

HUDSON BROTHERS- Limited, CLYDE WORKS, GRANViLLE. SHOW ROOM, II9_Y0RK STREET, SYDNEY. -y WE ARE N. )T EASILY SATISFIED ! Like the farmers of Now South Wales, we prefer to try first and judge afterwards . Tin's w.aj$®Wo have amli'o of Melbourne's best experts, and are always starting new ideas W HtOU WE TRY ON OUR OWN FARM. And you may tmst our experienced ex-champion ploughmen to sift ohaff from wheat. Remember the COLONIAL INDUS TRY on the banks of the Clyde Creek. We shall^be pleased to see you drop in — not the Creek, but the Clyde Woiks, just to tiud out for yourself what we are up to, and explain your wants to our experts. THE ADVANTAGE OF THAT yon will not deny. You haven't time to visit us? Then dmp us a line. W.e answer promptly, and are always glad to correspond. Have you heard of the Clyde 44 XT' Ploughs ? If not, yon will be obliged to us for mentioning it, aud write at onoo for description of the ~ LATEST THINGS IN PLOUGHS. Don't confuse the brand with the ' XP,' an esta...

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Molong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

Molong Municipal Council. The ordinary meeting of the Molong ' Muni cipal Council whs helil on Tuesday evening. Present — His Worship the Mayor,, and Aldermen McGioder, .Lauer, Windred, Pack liaoi, Hrid Beveridge. , MINUTES. ? | The minutes of the~previons meeting were 1 read and' continued. | CORRESPONDENCE. I Communications outwaid were read, and | cot respondence inward were dealt' wuh as' -?l under From Alderman J. P. Lohan re ruteH. : \ Received From W. Alexander be gas burners. Re ceived. From the Under-Secretary for Public Works «8 follows : — ' Grauta for main roads-: Before payment of n oneys to the ciedit of any municipal council, a certificate shall be | obtained from the local. ' officer' of the roads ? ??'j branch that evidence has been afforded him of work to the value of the proposed subsidy having been cat ried but upon the road for which it is granted, the same conditions to apply to minor roads (continuations of scheduled roads within municipal bounda ries.) Giants...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

..Three mure teams loaded with wool passed through Bathurst. on Monday morning last from Parke*, en route for the metropolis, the owners of the staple having decided that money can be saved by forwarding hy road instead of by rail, owing to what is con sidered the excessive freight charged by the Commissioners on the newlv-opened line. There were three teams, carrying aboyit five „ tons of wool each, one team haying ten horses, and the other two nine horses each; v^' and the drivers report that several others are arranging to start if back loading from Sydney can be seeured. The wool, we 'understand, is from Wyrregal Station, near Peak Hill. As the teams passed dowh Durham-street they met four teams returning from Sydney to Parkes, all loaded with store goods. These teams were the first to make the trip, and the drivers say Jit was a most successful one. — Free Press.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

; ; ; r REVISION COURT. i A Rnvision Court for the purpose of re vising the Municipal List for 1894-95, was iinmediately after the above meeting. 'Ifo frt sh natnes were addrid to the list, but 'several were erased for various reasons.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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POSTAL INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

POSTAL INFORMATION' Mailsclose at the Molong Post Office as under:— ' Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, Ac., daily (Sun-j day, excepted), 6.15 p.m. ; Letters with a late, j fee of 2d. may be posted till 6.30 p.m. . ' j Manildra, Meranburn, Parkes, Forbes, and Cori- j dobolin, daily (Sunday excepted) at 9 p . m: [ J Bumben-y, Bindogundra, and Kamandra, Mondays and Thursdays, at 9 p.m. Garra, We'inesduys and .Saturdays, at 7. a.m. ' Cumnock. Yeovai, and Obley, Tuesdays, Thursdays, i and Saturdays, at 7 a.m. ; late fee 2d. 7.30 ? a.m . ... . ; t ' ] Dilga, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 7 a.m. . ( i Cunduinoul, Tuesdays ami Saturdays, at 7 a m. ] Boomey ivnd Warne, Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Sat-; ; urduys at 7.30 a.m. ; Letters with a late fee of i 2d. may be posted till 8 a.m. 1 it - i . ' Mails arrive at the Post Office, Molong, and are ready for delivery as under ?' Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, &c., daily Sun day excepted) at 9 a.m. Manildrn, Meranburn, Parkes, Forbes, and Oon do...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

Cricket. I On Saturday last a moat enjoyable cricket I match w-is played on the Recreation Ground, I Molon,', he' ween the local cluW and Hie Bn K gineers employed on.. the MolongParlces ! Fo. lies L'nilvvay. Play commenced at lialf i past eleven.; it was almost evening before I the stu(jp'j& were dra wn. The game proved ?! an easy'victory for the Molong ' boys,' who t were captained by A. Tempest. It was a ij one-innings victory, and for such Bridpkirk | (28), Keenan (24), O. Parker (14), C. Legh I (13), and Do-»i{er. (11). are to be specially, i complimented. The batting of these playeirs 1 was good, while the bowling of Tempest, I Keenan, and S. Lee was also ursfc-class, a-i | the meagre scores of the visiting team show. For the Engineers, M'Quade (12) in the first innings was top scorer, and Buzacott (8) held a similar position in tbe second. The ' visitors' were entertained at a sandwich lunch on the ground at about one o'clock. Appended are the scores (not at the lunch...

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Molong P. & A. Society. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. THE BALANCE SHEET RECEIVED. THAT £15 BONUS. ON WHOSE AUTHORITY WAS IT GRANTED. THE MEETING AGAIN ADJOURNED IN ORDER TO INSTITUTE INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

Molong P. & A. Society. ADJOURNED ANN UAL MEETLNG. THE BALANCE-SHBET RI5CEIVED. ?« i '' THAT £15 BONUS v i ON WHOSE AUTHORITY' WAS IT =? GRANTED. ' THE MEETING AGAIN ADJOURNED IN ! ORDER. TO INSTITUTE INQUIRES. On Saturday evening last, the adjourned : annual, genetal meeting of the Molong P. and A. 'Society was held at the Town Hall, for the purpose of receiving the balance-sheet .for the past year. The President (Mr. J. F. Wynne) occupied the chair; and there were pi e.sent— Messrs. Black, Bette, Paton, Bur gpss, Atkinson, Cahill,: Millg ite, and Has ..lain.'.,. . ?? The i balance-sheet, : audited by Messrs. Wynne, Black, and Beits, was tead by the Chairman ami showed that the Society's '?credit .balance at the Commercial Batik was £7 :1.3s 2d. Mr. Burge.hs asked if anyotie could inform him at wliau meeting the £15 bonus was voted, to the Secretary, and who attended that meeting. He understood that last Sat ur.day!s , meeting Was the first since the : allow. By some means ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

NEURALGIA. ? ..NERVOUSNESS, ' V TOOTHACHE, , , '* j WEAKNESS AND - | . , . , GENERAL DEBILITY : ! QUICKLY AND POSITIVELY CURED BY |; CLEMENTS TONIC. V; i j' ? J! WHICH RESTORES I THE VIGOR, SNAP, AND HEALTH OF ; ; j YOUTH. - .j. | — — i; Mr. A. Rodden, shearer, Cootamundra, N.S.W.,' j who writes on June 19th 1893 : — For some f.imfi T - ! have been a great suffer from pains in the side, ' with loss of sleep. 1 no sooner lay down and went . to sleep than I woke up with a start, and I found . | my heart beating to that extent that I coald hardly I breathe. After taking a bottle of Clements Tonic i I found myself as well as ever I had been in my ? ! life. Instead of being incurable, as some of my | ji friends told me, I found that after one bottle of ; Clements Touic I was entirely cured. I do not ij believe at any time that half the people who are ' ' suffering do justice to themselves by following out ; old world principles. I know I have derived more : benefit from Clements Tonic th...

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Foresters' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

Foresters' Ball. The annual ball under tbe auspices of Court IMcNamara, No. 7646 A.O.F., wan held in the School of Arts, Molong, on Thursday evening. Despite the unsuitableness of the ?weather for tripping the ' light fantastic,' there was a good number of Terpsichorean disciples present, and the affair in every re spect proved a success. Everyone appealed to be joy and happiness in themselves, and us a constant stream of pleasure was flowing from the time the ball was set rolling until near daylight on Friday morning, i be affair could not have been otherwise than a source .of enjoyment to all concerned. The com mittee neglected nothing that would tend to increase the dancers pleasure, b nd hence we compliment them for their good management and congratulate them upon the success of the social reunion, which was declared bv each and every individual present to be the best gathering of its kind ever held in con nection with the local Foresters' Lodge. The music was supplied by Mrs. A...

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SUNDRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

SUNDRY NOTES. . A Salvationist having been fined for ' being a street vocalist and failing to depart when requested' at Quirindi in November, the case was taken into the Supreme Court for a prohibition; when, in summarising the circumstances, it was stated that the In spector of Nuisances reauested the Salva tionist to depart, and the latter in refusing asked whether he shonld take notice of the Inspector or hit) own deity. The Inspector replied, ' Whichever you think best to suit yourself.' Then, if the Bathurst Times is to be believed, the Salvationist retorted, ' God Almighty told me to stay where I am to convert all such sinners as you.' Which is utterly beyond the reach of added comment. v It is whispered in a certain suburb, where raids on unregistered dogs have been carried on On an unusually Iar^e scale of late, that tbe police have been moved to action by a memo, from head-quarters. The story goes that the revenue from Police Court fines recently showed a marked falling off...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

- BAPTIST CHURCH. : ; Rev. J essu Mayo, Pastor. First;, Sunday each Month.— Garni, 3 p.m.. Mr. W. Hyland ; 7 30 p.m., Pastor. Gre«ia, 3 p.m., Mr. W. Edwards. Manildra, 3 p.m, Pastor. Second Sunday. — Garra, 3 p in., Pastor; 7.30 p. m., Mr. A. Waldock. Gie»ra, 7.30; p.* m., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Third Sunday.— Garra, 3 and 7.30 p.m./' Mr. ,D. 'Ball. Gregra, 3 p.m , Pastor. Alanil dra, 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Fourth Sunday.— Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor. 7- 30 p.m., Mr.. W. Pocknall. Gregra, 7.0 ' p.m., Mr. G. VV. Griffith. Manildra^ 11 a.m.- Pastor. Fifth Sunday— Garra, 3 pm„ Mr. .^,W. Straochen ; 7 30 p.m , Pastor ; Gregra, 3 p.m., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Morning services at Manildra Hall ; other services at Manildra House.

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Molong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

Molong School of Arts. The annual meeting of members of the Mo« long Sohool of Arts will be held on Tuesday evening next, when, it is to be devoutly hoped, those who are eligible to take part in the proceedings, will strain a point to be present. For years past, little or no interest. has been taken in the eleotion of officers in connection with the Institute. Gentleman have been nominated, but the numbers have always dwindled down so much that an elec tion was a thing that never oocurred. We trust it will not be so this year, but rather, on the contrary, hope that some interest will be manifested in the proceedings by each v , , individual member, who should use his efforts tosecure the return of those whom he considers i ' bestj able to guide the destinies of the School -o ' of Arts.' The following are the nominations for tbe respective offices mentioned . President (one to be elected) — Messrs. J. Black, R. P. Martin, *nd C. Stock well. Vice-Presidents (two to be elected) — Messr...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

iMew Time Table. , The, following is the offioial time table which will be observed from Monday next, in connec tion with the running of the mail trains be tween Orange and Forbes: — 1 down TRAIN. Leave Orange ... ... 5.25 a.m. Arrive Borenore ... ... 5.53 ,, ,, Amaroo --t ... 6.15 ,, \ ,, Molong : ... '' ... 6.25 ,, Leave Molong « ... ' . ... 6.50 ,, Manildra1 :*iU. . 7.42 ,, i Meranburn , ... 7.52 ,, :. ; Athy's ; . ... ... 9.2 ,, ! ,, Parkes ... ... 10.20 ,, ,, Tichbourne ... ... 11.15 ,, Arrive Forbes V' ... 11.25 ,, UP TRAIN. Leave Forbes ... ... 2 p.m. ,, Tichbourne ... ...,,2.15 ,, ,, Parkes :... . ... 3.25 ,, : ,, Athy's ... ' ... . 4.43 ,, . ,, Meranburn ... ... 5.50 ,, „ Manildra ... ... 6 ,, „ Molong ... 7.20 ,, ,, Amaroo ... 7;46 ,, ,, Borenore ... ... 7.56 ,, Arrive Orange ? ? c»- ;.. ... ,8.25 ,, Letters, &c., for all station west of Molong must be posted at the Molong Post Office not later than 9.39 at night.

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St. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

St. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Molong — 1st Sunday of every month. Cargo— 2nd Sunday of every mouth. Cudal— 3rd Sunday of every mouth. Cumnock— 4th Sunday of every mouth. Manildra — 5th Sunday in the mouth (.when ' ! occurring).

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