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CEROUSE BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

CEROUSE BEFORE THE COURT. On Saturday morning last, Charles Cerouse was brought before Mr. W.. Black, J.P., at the Cumnock Police Court, and charged with escaping from the lawful custody of Con stable O'Neil. Prisoner, who is about 45 years of age, was respectably dressed, and presented quite a different appearance to what he did when before the court only two days previously. The whole of the heavy beard which he then had had been removed, and nothing in the way of hair beyond a dark sandy moustache was on his face. He attentively listened to the evidence of Con stable O'Neil and Sub-Inspector Cameron, and, in very bad English, made a -brief state ment, giving his reasons for making his esfcape. 1 The following is the evidence taken in the case : — - James Frederick O'Neil, constable, sta tioned at Cumnock, sworn, deposed: Know the accused ; his name is Charles Cerouse ; I arrested him on the 23rd instant on a charge of stealing wool of the value of £8, the pro perty df Francis Sil...

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

POSTAL INFORMATION. Mailselose if the Molong Post' Office aft under:— ^ydi j»y, Mpplopial^ Injtercolonial!, &c?.' daily (Sun-'' [ day, .exepptqd), 6.15 'n.m,. ; Letiters with' a* lata-' . , . fee of 2d. ma^b.e, posted till 6.30 p.ni. Manildra,j Meranbiirn, Parkes,' Forbes, and Con- ' dobolin, cjaily (Sunday excepted') at 9 p m. ' ?» . ??. Bumberry, Bindoguiidra,' aVid 'Eaman&'raj ? Mondayb: and Tliur8dai/S,'at'9 tp:m.- '' -?:- .i:#., , Garra, Wednesdays and Saturdays^ at i7.- a.m. Y.v-.i;.-. OumnoekVYeoval, and Obley, Tuesdoiys,. Thursdays, ?( and Saturdays'^ at 7 a.m.- late' i fee 2d. '/a.m.';' 1 Dtlga, Tuesdays' and Saturdays, :1? a.m.. % CtHndumbul, Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 7--a.m. Bbomey and. Warne, -Tuesdays, Thursdays,- and Sat: urdays. at . 7.80.a.m. ;; Lftters with' a.iate;fee''dfi'. ?I,, 2d. -may, bo posted till 8 a.m.' ? '' ' . r' ? Mails arriveiaj) the. Post-.Oflicei', Molong, and are rpady for .delivery- as .'under Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, &...

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

Hey! Hey I Hey! i ^EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE Best Fruit, !: l , BestilBread, and Bes-t Confectionery p Js obtained at e,-{ ? „?,! -{( i)t.. ,.;S ,£r ; $ SHOP 'IN B ANK-STREET, MO LONG td ? ? — .tii If you have not yet paid him a visit, do not fail to a| do bo, because no i place this side of Orange — and even there— can supply you with better tilings, both -i. us regards qualitx and freshne^ — iu the above ^ lines than R. THOMSON, FRUITERER, BAKKK, AND OONFJSUTtONEK, J BANK STREET, WIOLONC. 5 TATTERS ALL'S Monster '^Priz© List. * NOW OP UN' ON* ANNIVERSARY' HANDICAP, January. 26— 2o,000 at 5 1 ' ® ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP, January 26— T 10,00|J ..t 10. ] NEWMARKET HANDICAP, March 3—50,000 1 at 2 AUSTRALIAN CUP, 'March 6—10,000 at 10. AUSTRALIAN CUP, March 6— 50, OOP at 5. For fiill pai'ticulars rend printed Cirdulars. t - 4 Please stateth&ainount enclosed with application. Be sure and register Its' ters and ta'ke cate '.o.fj' -ft he V receipt for regis! ration till you receive our ...

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

D ' . — THE— : | Mill! EXPRESS 1 AMD | WESTERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1894.

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

'Small Profits, Quick Returns ?!' -? ? ... , ... ' . ?' .. ' THAT'S THE IVM/TTO OF' THE . : AUSTRALIAN' JQk STOKES. ? ' . ? *-r\P{ 1 -.,o ! WISHES TO DIRECT ATTENTION TO HIS ; : , By which means he hopes to be able to give Greater Advantages to his Patrons, as lie anticipates a Great Saving -in making' less Bad DebN and thereby enabling him to sell Cheaper than those whu continue the Long Credit System ; and as a slight guide to those wiio are about- to mak'c ' Purchases a few Quotations are given below, which will be found, on inspection, A1 value. _ * ?-*' . .! JXJST BEAD OYEE TES LXST- 1 ? ' '? Men's Mercery and Cloth ing Department. Men's White Handkerchiefs, 6d each Pongee Silk H:mdkerchi6fs, 9d each Men's Strong Working Shirts from Is 6d Men's Colored Merino Undershirti from 2s 3d Men's Linen Collars, three for Is, three and four fold Men's All Linen White Shirts 2s lld--usual price 6s 6d . Men's Summer Trousers from 3s lid \ Men's Suits from 9a 6d Men's Pelt- Hats from Is - -...

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

(The 3.2|i^ show of th«}, ,Pm;kes JP. A,, ,,and H. AssociationT-iwilbbe held on ri/Wedijesday, 21st FebrUHry, next. If the Committee are anxious Jo have a large list ' of entries tliey should seqd aloiig* a' ibftld adyertiseni^nt for Express Vcblunmfii ' ' 1 ' —r t - The Ratepayers' Association Orange de cided- to -nominate Mr. Pilohor for Young 'Ward, Mr. Withers for V.ictoria War-l, and Mr.1 -Collins f6r- . 'Wellington Ward at the forthcoming eleotions to the Orange Council. SANDER .AN(D, SONS' K.UOALYPTl EX TRACT.— ^ bnder thedistinguished patronage of HiB-iJ^jesty the. King of . Italy,' as' per com* municatiQi^made'by the' Minister for 'Foreign Affairs,' throuigh fche Coriau^Goriid^l 6f Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 18781' 1 Awarded Dip!6ma' at .-.the..A.mstacdam E'xhlbifci(-ii', 1883 Acknowledged by Mescal, .Olinips. at?4 Univer Bitiea all.overlthe (Globe. . i ;Thereareimitationsof Eucalypti Fixtract in thp nffcirtet/plrbidutits of simple distillation, forming crude resinous ...

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Escape of a Prisoner from Cumnock Lock-up. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Escape of a Prisoner from Cumnock Lock-up. A ripple of excitement was created in Cum nock on Thursday morning, 25th January,1 when it became known that a prisoner, in custody of Constable O'Neil, had made his escape. It appears the escapee, whose name is Charles Cerouse, and who was committed only the day (24th) before on a charge of wool stealing, was taking the regulation exercise in the lock-up vard, when Constable O' Neil's attention was nraemt.lv pomioaforl at. ? ? ? the front of the barracks. Being of a rather trustful disposition, the constable neglected to place his charge in the cell, and as soon as the law and order' officer turned his back, prisoner made off. On returning to the yard, after less than a minute's absence, the constable found his ' canary' non est. His suspicions were, of course, immediately aroused, and a search of the out premises was at once instituted. Word of the escape spread with lightning rapidity over the town, and a number of residents joined in th...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

New Time Table ? — — ? * — — - — TpE following is tfie ' o'fiitfial' tTme table which will be olpsbifved Jfrom J^ondaynj^x^,, in connec tion with tlie running of the' mail trains be y tween Orange and JTt-i;bj|f?v- i.' _ DOWN Leave 'Qraage-.''' ??? 5.25 a.m. Arrive .^Blpreii^re V: b& , Ov.!}' 5 53* f „:AiMro!-{jU ?J-l 6.15 „ „ Molong' ' \..fl G.25 „ Leaye Molong .6.50 ,, „ Manildra . r ..., 7.42 ,, . Meranburn ' .,, 7.52 ,, ?'.V^AVhV^i a v I'**'*., 9 2 „ . : 7, ' -Pftrkw - -10*20. „ I Tiohbourne ... ... 11 15 ,, Arrive Forbes ... ... il.25 ? ? — - -UP-IIUINv- - ? i;- ; Leave Forbes' ~ :.. ? 2 p.m, ,, Tichbourn'e 'T..: ' \: ..f 2.15 ,, ... „ Parkes ,,^ ,r.i_ . . 3/25 ,, , „ ~ Atby!s „ ' . 4.^43 . ? ? I ? : „ ?' Mera,hbji,f^.,^;^0 -'Manildra ? '(!' t% ? Molong-. . l- vF„ cq ^); v.;y! 7 ;20.v ; Amaroo ? ? ft ?' j ,, Borenore - ..t, , ... . 7 56 : ,, Arrive' Orange ^ ; ^ l-;: .W''''8-25v ,, Letters, &c., for tall station, west of Molong ninst'!bej'po8^ea ^tJbh^fljIofphg|...

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A Case of Wool-stealing near Cumnock. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

I A Case of Wool-stealing near Cumnock. I 6n Wednesday, 24th ultimo, at the Cum nock Police Court, before Mr. Henry C. Fo.ri^, J.P., Charles Cerouse, a German, v^as arraigned for that he did on the 22nd v££2huary, at Rocky Ponds, felonously steal, take, and carry away, a quantity of woo), valued at £8, the property of Francis Silver Stone and Thomas Hodges. JameB; Frederick O'Neil, sworn, deposed : Am a constable of police, stationed at Cum nock; from information received on the 23rd instant, I proceeded along the Peak Hill road, about two and a half miles, where I saw the accused camped about 200 yards off the road, down the creek ; when I was com ing up to where the accused was he whs. putting wool in a large bale that was lying on the ground ; I said to accused, ' Where did you come from 1' he replied two or thi-pe hundred miles from here ;' I asked, ' Wheie did you camp last night?' he said, ' A bout 20 miles from here I asked, 'Did you camp close to a lane, where there is a hou...

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Reduced Rates on the Molong-Forbes Line. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Rsducad Rates on the Molong-Forbes Line llEDUCED rates and charges have' bn«n uiade by thu Kail way Commissioners for the cmi voyauceof mimU and produce, ovet* the railway between Molong and Forbes. The rates for live* sto lc, wheir it'is sent to stations on the Etielrm ,-nd line a'i'l to stations I etween Pen rith huiI Syjliiey,' will he the ordinary through milf'ag1' rtfesu. All i agiicultural produce' forwarded from® - F ubes or stations towards Molong for .con veyance to: any station on the up j 'uriiey 'will, he charged the tlnongh.mile ajj;e irtpeci'il Mipjj'iiii ney ta'es.

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Road v. Rail. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Road v. Rail. DtTtttNG the coming week; two teams will leave Molong .for Sydney, each taking several tons of . t.a:low, skins, and hides for local butchers Mr. James Haslam, Molong'# principal storekeeper, has guaranteed both teamsters several tons of general merchandise as back loading. The teamsters expect to do the journey to Sydnoy and back in a mouth, aud reckon on clearing a £5 -Dote a week out of the trip.

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

IRS. .'. ARTHUR TEMPEST'S GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT (In which. visitors from Parkes and Sydney, the best local talent, and the Pupils of Mrs. Tempest, will take part), x, ill be given in the t :.. SCHOOL OF ARTS, MOLONG, ... — ON— W c dnesday , February 14. PROORAMMXS: l! Pianoforte Duet (2 pianos), Schulhoff ... . ' Mrs. A.Tempest, Misses Tempest and IIaslam, and Mr. R. Tempest 2: Song, 'The Bellringer' ... ... ... ... ... Mb. Young . 3; Pianoforte Solo (2 Piiinoe) ' Holiday March' ... Mrs. A. Tempest and Miss LiliT Byrnb Song, ' The Harp in the Air' (Mart tana) ... ... ... Miss Barrett 5.' Pianoforte Trio (2 Pianos), ' Old Ireland' ... Mrs. A. Tempest, Misses Haslam, Parslow, Lily, Netta, and Dottie Byrne 6. 'Song, ' Romany La«s' ... ... .... ... ... Dr. Fielder 7;: Violin (Selection of Airs) ... ? ... ... ... ...' Miss Parslow 8. Song... ... ... ... ~ ... ... ... ... Miss Stuck ky - j 9;; Pianoforte Solo (2 Pianos) ' Californian Brilliante' Mrs. A. Tempest and Miss Has...

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Garra Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

?' ; ? Garra Harvest Festival. '? ?.urjw ? i i ! '? ; ..... w ? . Tn last week's issue nf t,lin. Express an, adver tisement aii'iiiiinoeil the ahoye for the 21st instant. In the sune issue a tea- meeting, in ' connection with the Baptist Church was ? announced for the same day. It i ; has sincH been decided to hold the Harvest Home of the Anglican Church on We hiesday, I4ih February. The ssrvice in the church will bo held at 1 o'clock, aud tea and refreshments at 3 p. in. A bruce auction for sale tif pnidncts (if the season, and all gifts in recognition of the claims of the 'Giver of AH Good,' will he held on the church grounds early; iii tho afternoon. As there will not' he any; evening; meeting, visitors can conveniently return by 4 or 5 o'clock, if disposed. These Harvest F«stivals have now been held at G-wra for several years, and have always, haen very largely attended and greatly appreciated, aiid there will doubrless- he a great gathering nu, Wednesday week next.; As this is ...

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

Manildra Jottings. , :; FROM OUR OORRKSPONDBNT. - . Everything here is veiy qoijt. just now.. After a- storm there's always a calm, and after the, busy time of harvesting and then the firBt rush of sending the wheat away, the people seem to be taking a rest. Theiefore; ' therein very little news for your correspon dent to pick up. ' c ? Mr. J. L'txford duly took tip his abode, at: the station house cu Monday last, and I anv sure, from all I can heap, Manildra is to bef congratulated on having so ''obliging aiid' efficient an official to look after- its welfare,1 I congratulate Mr. Luxford on his deserved, promotion, and wish him every success. The Secretary of the Progress Coinmittee' it.forms me that he received a letter this week' from the Railway Department, stating that after due consideration the Commissioners have decided to grant the request re railway rates, and after the 1st February the ordi nary through mileage rates will b« charged.' I saw a few fine apples this week gro...

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

Cudal Races. ' [from ouk correspondent.] The race meeting on the 26th ultimo even tuated most successfully, and our energetic secretary .must be compli mented upon the manner in which all arrangements connected with the day's spore weie carried out, the only hitch being that as Mac. is one of the ' don't touch it myself, nor keep it for my fri»nd« ' sort lie would not allow a publican's booth m the ground, consequently we were obliged to irrigate with 'ginger pop,' dis pensed by a hard-looking case called V Charley.' Miss bavers attended to the hungry ones, and the only Mick Bourke,. of Main-street, presided at the fruit stall. A rather amusing incident, which might easily have proved a serious mishap, occurred as the race for the Publicans' Purse was being run off. A large crowd assembled on a structure Which for a considerable number of years has clone 'duty as a grandstand, (though in its prime I think it would be moie fitted for a hen-roost), and just as the horses entered the h...

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Labor Electoral League. ADDRESS BY MR. W. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Labor -Electoral League. | ADDRESS BY MR. W. PRICE. On Saturday evening last, Mr. W. Price, labor organiser, addressed a public meeting in the School of Aria ''Hall. There were about 150 persons present, and the chair was taken by Mr. John Black, J.P., Mayor of Molong. Mr. Price was accorded a good hoarim;, although one gentleman, who is well advanced in years, was a little obstreperous at times. However, his interjeotions provided a small source of amusement for the audience, and allowed the gentleman who was Addressing the meeting » little breathing time. . Mr. Price commenced his speech by impressing upon tbose assembled the fact that strikes as a medium for improving the cocditionjof the workers had proved great failures, and the only, chance, the only hope, they had of benefitting their condition was to band together and carry their grievances into the Legislative Assembly of the country. It was the only effectual course open for the ?workers to take, for almost every time ther...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. , A son of Mr. II. Glasson. nf Yullurulry, died at Mis. father's residence on Thursday morning. jThe remains of the deceased gent, Ionian were taken by Thursday night's train to Blayncv, where they will be interred in the family vault iu the local ceme tery. ' s Great Day !— Village Festival, March 14.* Tho ballot of the subscriber.*) t.o the Molong Hospital, taken at tho T-wn Flail, on Thursdav evening, for the purpose of electing 12 committee men, resulted in the election of the following gentlemen : — G. Garlick, W. J. Windred, A. Parker, r» ? n i - . _i_i ? ? r rv i * -r- .t ?. i xj» iw. uu.nuiu, vt, rnunnaiu, o . LMmuustin, J. xN et I eon, J. P. Pivton, \V. P. Call ill, .1, M'Groder, J. F. Wynne, and J. Cotter. ' Only one selection was taken up at the Molong -Lands .Office on Thursday. Kate Hal fe, 221 acres, c.p., county Gordon, parish' Cardington. Mr. W. Price, labor oi^aniaer, add resse I a largely attended meeting .at Cumnock on Thursday even ing, and was...

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

Stock Office, Molong, 30tla January, 1894. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF SHEE P AND LARGIfi STOCK (HORSES AND CATTLE) OWNERS. PisBABBS ik She bp Acts of 1866, 1878, and 1882. Pa8tt:be8 and Stock Photbction Acts. rl 'HE owners of.Shefcp and Large Stock (Horses . and Cattle) eligible to vote under the above roamed Acts for the election of Directors in the Molong Sheep District, arc hereby requested to meet for that purpose at noon on Eriday, the 23rd da.y ?of :February next, at the Molong Court-house, at 2 p.m. Nomination oj Directors. . The attention of Sheep and Stock Owners is di rected to the fact that no person is eligible for the office. of Director, until he shall hav.e.been nominated in' writing by two qualified persons, -and such nomi nation paper, signed by such candidate, consenting thereto, placed in the hands of the Ketiirning Offi cer (Mr. H.S.M. Betts) Ut least fourteen days be fore the day fixed for election, i.e., on the 8th - .February next. E. G. FrNCff, Stook Inspect...

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

Cricket Match. On Wednesday afternoon an interesting;1 cricket match was played on the local. reciea-- tion ground between a team representing the - Molong Ciicket Club and 22 playeis, styling' themselves 'The Old Buffers.' 'A small1 fee for admission to the ground was charged'^ and the proceeds devoted to the, Molong Hospital, which benefitted to the extent of: about £5. Mr.- Charters captained the 'Old Buffers, and Mr.* C. Legh the cM-b team,' which won, after an exciting finish, by . two* runs on the first innings. Appended are the i scores : — ? Molong C.C. — First in nings. ' f . Atkinson, c Nosbitt, ... ' ... 101 ' F. Morris, 'b Bloomfield...1 ... 0 ';' -. J . T. Morris, c Charters ...., ' / ,...,-(3j /. ' Keenan, c Charters ... ?*,?- ???., ,,f C. Parker, b BlooniSeld. C. Legh, c iVIarston .,14,.. ml;) A Tompestt c Miirston ....il 3 . Chippinilall, c Marsti)ii , .? ui :? ? Davis, run out ... ...v.-i r.;! i-.-.-iS Petersen, c Belts ? , - i, Dogger, not out.. . ... ... / 1 . ;.-...

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Military Display at Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

jmnMM MB— I a— 8— Military Display at Bathurst. Th£ turn-out of the Third Regiment Y.I. at Bathurst on Aiiniversariy Day was a* sight worth seeing, so a correspondent says; .The review ? was a success in. every rospect, aud the Molopg Oorps were complimented, for its efficiency by ^h the Major-General and Colonel. The foVmer especially spoke in high terms of adrni ration of the physique of tho members of the . ?company, and congratulated Captain Smith up on having such an efficient corps under his command. Regarding the review, the following Order has been issued under Maior-General Huttoii's instructions ? Memorandum for the Assistant AdjutantGene ral, Head-quarters, Victoria Barracks. To the Officer Commanding the 3rd Infantry Regiment, Sydney, 29th Jan., 1894. Thejfollowing remarks of the Major-General Commanding on the recent inspection of the 3rd Infantry Regiment at Bathurst are for warded f&rjyour information. The Major-Gerieral requests that they be conveyed tp the O...

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