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

Canowindra. I FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. 1 The Blue Jacket sale is not yet completed — at least it is not yet handed over to the buyers, and the men previously employed j there have not yet resumed work. The sooner J all the necessary arrangements are completea j the better , for both the proprietors and era- j ployes. — The management at the Red Jacket I wanted the men to resume work at £2 2s per 1 week, which they resented by declining. The 1 reduction from £2 10s, the previous wage, to £2 2h was more than they could comply with in consideration of having their families to support. — The: business people must miss the ready cash, which is regular when the. mines are in full swing. On Thursday evening last Mr. L iwson and Mr. Dry met with an accident. The sulky,' which Mr. Lawson was endeavourihg'to pilot through one of those narrow passes on the Teuandra road, collided with a stump on one side and upset into a deep rut on the other. He fortunately escaped unhurt, but' Mr. Dry sustain...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mrs. Sampson Moss. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

Death of Mrs. Sampson Moss. ' I It has become our painful duty to chronicle in this issue the death of an old resident of Molong iu. the person of Mrs. S. Moss (wife of the well known and popular proprietor and licensee of the Telegraph Hotel), which oceurred early on Thursday morning. It was a matter of common knowledge that the deceased lady had been ill for a considerable time, and during the early part of the week a change for the worse occurred. Her death, therefore, did not come as a sudden shook to bar wirfn cirala of relatives and friends.' All that medical skill could possibly do to remedy the disease was done, but it was of no avail. From the very time she took ill some six months ago, Mrs. Moss gradually got weaker and weaker, and as she was a terrible sufferer, death came as a happy release to both herself and her affectionate family, some of whom attended her daily throughout the whole of her illuess. The deceased lady, who was 46 years of age, had spetK the greater, pa...

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

J. G. DONALDSON ,£ ? ' 1 DESIRES to thank his friends and the people of Molong and District for the very generous support giQ ftocoHed him since he commenced business in Molong. Encouraged by their sitppo^ he will endeavour by strict attention to business and fair dealing to merits et.il I more of their confidence and j Pa' patronage. Kver anxious to give his customers the very best value for their money, lie has speedily tin ordered a line of Stationery, which for quality and. quantity cannot be. excelled in; the colony, for ifio I a,n money. Just try a i-: ? .- . i -we BOX OF ' MOLONG STATIONERY,' \j Containing 36 Sheets of Nolepaper, 36 Envelopes, Pen, and Blotting Paper, and all for : | ot One Shilling. j FANCY GOODS— a Splendid Assortment in Stock. I I PATENT- MED I CI N ES \\ Of all kinds, and at far Lower Prices than the Che mists' are selling them. I IS® A great Stock of Tobacconists' Goods. I VALENTI WES. 'VALENTINES. , I . .Note the Address: — I G ? DONALD SO ?. I (Opposit...

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

i ' IN THE SUPREME COUR? OF NEW SOUTH 1 WALES. PROBATE JURISDICTION. I f? ? ^ In the Will of THOMAS WHITE, late of West : End, Molong, in the Colony of New South j Wales, farmer, deceased. ji APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days i from the publication hereof that Probate of the j last Will of the abovenamed deceased may be I granted to Jane White, the sole Executrix named 5 in the said Will. | ' ' | W. E. P ANTON, I A Proctor for tho Executrix, I' i Molong. By Jiib Agent)?? 8- Wilkinson, 18 Caatlereagh etreet, {Sydney. LOCAL OPTION. THE TRIENNIAL VOTE OF THB RATEPAYERS OP THE MUNICIPALITY OF MOLONG IK REFBltKNOE TO LOCAL OPTION, Will be taken at the Town Hall, Molong, — ON-1- Tuesday, the 13th day of February Next, BBTWBEN THE Hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. JOUJS McGRODER, Returning Officer. Town Hall, Molong, 56th January, 1894. TO THE RATEPAYERS OP MOLONG-. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN, — At the request *-/ of several Electors of the Municipality, 1 have decided, after mature conside...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 27 January 1894

Calendar For Next Weefe. ? ? i SUN. MOOH. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets, a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. Sunday 5 19 7 6 11 12 11 50 Monday 5 20 7. 6 11 44 p.m. Tuesday 5 21 7 5 a m. 1 49 Wednesday 5 22 7 5 0 2*V 2 48 Thursday 5 23 7 4 11 3 45 Friday 5 24 7 4 1 47 4 38 Saturday 5 25 7 3 2 38 5 25 Moon's Phase. liast quarter of moou, 27th January, at 2.56 a.m.

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

PRQMISGUOUS PARS. . ??.. . . . — 7. The gold yield for the past year from the Parkes division was 51.78 ounces. Tho half-yearly meeting of the Commercial Banking Company was he -1 on Tuesday. The profit was stated at £67,4159. A dividend of 10 per cent, whs declared and £10,001) carried to the reserve fund. The following is one of the reasons advanced by Rev. F. B. Boyce, President N S. W. Local Option ;League, against compensation to publi cans under the Local Option Bill: — ' Because all licenses to sell intoxicating drink are for one year, and no longor. It is not proposed to inter fere with any lioense whether wholesale or retail during its currency. The noil renewal alone ' would be effected. If the owner, of the house were to refuse a new tenant's lense when it expired, what claim would the tenant have for compensation1? None! nor has a pnblioan any for the non-renewal of his license. ' Enormous yields of wheat are reported from Werribee Park Estate. Victoria. Some. of the far...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

To the Ratepayers of Molong. . LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,- The tittle hay-/ ing again come round for you to elect Arder: men to represent you in the Molong Municipal ? Council, I beg to inform you that lam a candidate' for your suffrages. : - i ' During the past 30 years you and other residents of the district have placed sufficient reliance in my ability and integrity; as to; accord me such liberal support in my business' to induce me to remain amongst you till the end of my days, and I now ask you, as one of the oldest residents of the town, who' has deeply at heart the interests of the Municipality, to do me the honor: of returning me as one of your re presentatives at the ensuing municipal elections. My aim will be, if elected, to study the interests of the whole Municipality, and not. a small portion of it. ' Justice for All' is my motto, and to the best of my ability. I will endeavour to see that such is obtained. I wish it distinctly understood that I do not come out under the inf...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

DEATHS. MOSS. — On 25th January, at her late Residence, .Telegraph Hotel, Bank-street,. Hannah, be ? ?'?loved wife of Sampson Moss, aged 46 years. V ? WHITE. — At his residence,, West -End, Molong, on 17th January, 1894, ..Thomas White, hi eis 79th year.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Penny Postage System Extended to Molong. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

, TheEenny Postage System Extended to Molong. .We have been informed, by Dr. Ross, M P., that the Postmastiar-General has consented to the ei'/oKsiou of the Penny Postage System to th; .Molong district, for a radius of 16 miles. AlWough no official communication has yet beeu received by our member, the Postmaster-General verbally, acquainted the Docter of. his decision, - which will be confirmed in the course of a day Ior two oy an omciai document. Alter the ex tension of the conditions of the Act to Molong is gazetted, letters from and' to any of/ the following post offices will be conveyed for; one penny : — Molong, Cumnock, Cudal, Manildra, Meranburn, jGregra, Garra, Amaroo, Borenore, , and Cheesema'i's Creek.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

The Express is the only provincial paper i in the colony in which an advertisement,/! , appears printed in different coloured ink to . the. other part of the paper. Indeed, the.-.. Express stands alone as the only country paper in which coloured inks are used in printing ic.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

m i-'i i,ido YOU J 'tft ',J 'f J' ? ' ' from' ' ' ' ' ? - ! -'!'('? ' . '[ VlND'iGEST-10'N, u ' » ' ''casrsTiPlTioN, ; ? ' '? ' ' HEARTBURN, ' 1 : FLATULENCE, V Or any symptcms- of a disordered digestive apparatus ? If so; there is no: remedy ia the jvorld. ' so safe and sure to give relief as Fletcher's Pills : ; and Clements Tonic. Don't be misled into wasting time and money on any of tlie 'All-failing' nos trums so speciously advertised by designing quacks ? and dishonest rogues. . Remember, these two ' remedies have stood , the test of time, that their merits are proved, and. that a few shillings invested on them may save you weeks and months of suffer .ing, and, perhaps, pounds of expense, for they have ' , done so in. hundreds of cases, and Ave will send you '' evidence to prove our assertions on receipt of your name and address. Remember, delay is dangerous ? and that _ every hour you neglect your case the ' \ complication increases and a cure becomes more ' difficult. Shun t...

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The A.J.S. Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

The A. J.S. Bank. The report of the Australian Joint Stock Batik for the Inst half-vent' (which appears in our advertising columns) though it does not bIiow quite so large a rate of profit as was made by the old bank, yft gives encourage nieut fur Australian hanking enterprise under the new conditions.. The accounts, -duly audited show a net profit for the half-year, after deducting rebates, paying interests due on deposits, providing interest accrued, pav ing all charges at head office and 168 branches, and making ample provision for all bad and doubtful debt*, amounting to £51,039. This is equal too.ver 11 percent, on the paid-up capital of the nank. But the directors prudently propose to limit the dis tribution to an amount of £22,951, which will be equal to ajjdividend at. the rate of 5 per cent per annum, lo place to reserve £22,779, making it £35,000, leaving a balance of £5308 to be carried forward. While the conservative policy which proposes to make ample reserves is commen...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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LAND NOTES. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

LAND NOTES. - - , REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE ? ' i'1 - Land District of Molong.1 11 0 : ,J '' , ! tWiihin-: the resumed ? area ot Belubula'' jHoldinii No. 183, notified l'lth - July|u1885; ' ;Ijat t of No. 1,492. G o ti nty of ' As hb u'r n ha m, 0 . parish of' OoU'et-bi' are'ii ,lV:acre'.I Ji That:,!pa;rt , iJ ..of reaei ve 'ij492jfronv'sale''for'ca'n|»in'g, water i .supply, and access, notified !i;i4th- November,' ,..1881j' within- ?:the,';bounda'riesi -of ' Vnt-Msured ,portif-ni32 of 1 acre.1''1' ? | f»b- «o ? i i 'liti

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A Visit to Meranburn. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

A Visit to Mer auburn. [By our Special Reporter.] The new tank placed on the Tank Lower is quite a feature in the view at the Meranburn railway station. Tliis station, although at pre sent only reckoned a plntform, must ultimately, fiom its position, become an important one, being the .natural outlet for produce from the district of the Upper Manildra Creek. The Commissioners have chosen Meranburn fur a watering statioi., ptincipa'ly on account of the, superior quality of the, w'&ter in the creek, and I suppose front its distance from RJolong. .. A tew particulars about the tank will, I am sure, lie interesting to your readers, and those who have an opportunity, of inspecting it will find it an interesting object. The style is comparatively new in N.S.W., as only five have been erected pre viously similar to this one. It is circular and has a capicity of 22,000 gallons, is 21 feet in diameter, and 13 feet , deep. It has an ornamental coping 12 inches, high, with an off-set o...

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Flower, Fruit, and Vegetable Show at Cumnock. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Flower, Fruit, and Vegetable Show at Cumnock. Ever anxious to advance the welfare of their society, the Committee of the Cum nock Pastoral, Agricultural, and Horticul tural Ass -ciation introduced an innovation, which it is proposed to make an annual affair, this year in the way of a Fruit, B'lower, and Vegetable Show, for the purpose * of augmenting the funds of the Association. The first exhibition took place on Anniversary Day, which certainly is a bad time to hold a show of the above description. It is both too late and too early. Fruit of most kinds is not fit to show on account of it being a little to early in the season, and floral exhibits cannot be either numerous or much varied in the latter end of January. The horticulturist, the market gardener, and orcharuist have not a good chance of showing in the beginning of the year what the district is capable of produc ing. Yet, for all that, the display at Cum nock last Friday was a nice one. Though not by any means numerous, wh...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Molong School of Arts. I The annual meeting of the Molong School of Aits-waa held on Wednesday evening, when only A small number of members put in an appearance, The President (Mr. G, H.' Tempest) occupied the chair, MINUTES. f The minutes of the previous annual meet-, ing were read and confirmed., ANNUAL REPORT. The annual report for the oust year wus read as follows : — Tho Committee have much pleasure in sub mitting their report for the year ending 31st December, 1893. A detailed balance-sheet will be read by the Treasurer which shows a credit balance of £16 14s. Id. The subscriptions last year reached the sum of £'51. 19s 2d. showing a fullincr off' +'12fU Mil. It is a matter for regret that the Library does not pay its way, and it is the Committee's desire that sntnu effort on the part of all members will be made to increase the members' roll. During the year the gas has been laid on all over the buildings, which has very much im proved the lighting. The Committee have now near...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

C . '-'Ii MI . . » -- ' '? 1 * ? Molong Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. The annual meeting of subscribers to the Molong Hospital was held at the Town Hall on Monday last, when there were present — Messrs. C; Srock well. (President in the chair) A. Parker, G Garlick, W. P. Cahill, J. G. Donaldson, J. P. Paton, G. Packham, J. Black, W. J. Windred, G. H. Tern' pest. Dr. Browne, aud the Secretary (Mr. W. C. Read). MINUTES. The minutes of the previous annual meet ting were read aud confirmed. ANNUAL REPORT, &C. ' The fifth annual repoit was read as under : — Molong, 3lBt December, 1893. Ladies and Gentlemen, — Your Committee beg to submit this tho fifth annual report for the year ending 31st. December, 1893. The subscriptions, notwithstanding the un precedented depressi n, show an increase of £19 8s 8d on the amount received last year. Your Committee still find that numbers of persons apply for admission to the institution who are fit subjects for a benevolent asylum, an...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Municipal Nominations. The following nominations. of candidates for the aldermanic vacancies in the Molong Municipal Council have been received by the Re'urning Officer (Alderman M'Groder) : — Andrew Parker, nominated by Andrew Ross and George Pnckham. William Henry Couch, nominated by William Charters and James William Hull; George Windred, nominated by Alexander Greg Beveridge and George Packhaui. John Francis Wynne, nominated by John Black and James George Donaldson. John Black and Andrew Parker, nomi nated by Alexander Greg Beveridge and Joseph Jeffrey Morris. John Quinn, nominated by James George Donaldson and James Chapman. AUDITOHS, Arthur William Tempest and William George Taber Hardwick, nominated 'by John Black and Benjamin J. Bowler. W. G. T. Hardwick and Robert Sydney Stokes, nominated by Edward George Finch and James Rubie. The public nominntions will take place at the Town Hall on Tuesday next at noon, and the poll will be taken oti Tuesday 13th February.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Most Important Point. ARE THE STATUTES OF THE PAST THIRTEEN YEARS SIMPLY WASTE PAPER? [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

A Most Important Point. ARE THE STATUTES OF THE PAST THIRTEEN YEARS SIMPLY WASTE PAPER? Of late much has been spoken and written about our Constitution in New South Wales, aud efforts have been made by certain public men to pose as constitutional authorities. Without desiring to detract from their own estimates of their ability in this direction, we submit that their time could at present be very advantageously occupied by the con sideration of a ' point' which if, «s appears to be probable, if well founded will be of vital importance. The point is taken by a well-known New castle solicitor, Mr, William Sparke, who has devoted a great deal of study and research to the question. Mr. Sparke contends that since the passage of the Electoral Act of 1880. EVER? ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGISLATIVE ACT in the colony has been ultra vives. Having laid out this serious statement, Mr. Sparke proceeds to prove it, and bis argument, di vested as much as possible of its legal technicalities, is as foll...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Obituary. OUR Meranburn correspondent writes : — Oil Thursday evening las , 25th ultimo, Mr. Joseph Douglas, of Cortes' Creek, died at the ripe age of 69. The deceased gentleman has reside ! in this district since the? early part of 1889, and has been deservedly held in his.li respect. Mr. Douglas was born iu North .Richmond, t'eing third son of Joseph L-ougbv-, or Douglas Hill, near Kichtuoud. 'Like many other lesidents of the far-famed H-iwkesiiury district, Mr. Douglas moved westw.-ird, and engaged in agricultural work with considerable smcesa, first at Lambie and later on at Young. He afterwards took up a considerable area of land near Nyngan. Oil account of failing health, lie and his family lemovi-d from Nyngan and settled in this district, having purchased a large property at Coates' Creek. The trying weather of last week proved too much for him, and he suc cumbed oii Thursday evening. The funeral, which took place on Saturday, was very largely attended. The deceased gentlema...

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