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

. . ASSURE your ? IsIFE V -. IN THE t ? , . : . .. ,. NftTOINAL ilTili LIFE ' ASSOC NATION ^ The Office that holds the Australian Record for 23 years work. Funds in Hand to meet Claims over ... £1,300,000 . Claims paid in 23 years... ... . 600,000 Reversionary Bonuses allotted in 23 years .. . 710,000 Annual Income over ... ... ... i, 300,000 Leaflets, Pamphlets, and full information may be obtained on written or personal application to .... A. G. BLACKADDER, Molong, Local Agent. OFFICES: 85 Pitt- street^ Sydney. H. C. EVANS, ' ?( ' Resident Secretary. F. A. COLLINS, TIMBER MERCHANT, &c., CORNER OF PErsLEY AND MOULDER STREETS, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE RAILWAY' GOODS SHED, ORANGE, f BEGS to announce that he has now on hand a Large and Varied .Stock of TIMBER, com RrisinuT^Best N'irth Coast Hardwood (rough and dressed), including 6x1 and 6xlJ T. and G., Checked and OiiaiVphored Weatherboards, Dressed Pickets and ; Sawn, Palings, 5ft. and 6ft., Mountain Hardwood, Richmond River Pi...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

BAPTIST CHURCH. :! ! ... r Rev. Jesse Mayo. PaBtor. ?j : ? - ' I ' . ? . ? s f» First Sunday each Month;— Garrn,v3*p.m., Mr. W. Hyland ; 7 30 p.m., Pastor. Gregra,: 3 p.m., Mr. W. EdWards. Manildra, 3 p.m, Pastor. .j-;/.! .Second, Sunday Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor; t vji.i7.30 p.pi., Mr., A. \Valdook. Gregra, 7.30 'j 'ilp.m.,:.Pa8tori ,. Manildra, 11 a.m.. Pastor. ? h Third Sunday. -^Gatra, 3 and 7.30. p.m'., -£-'Mr. D. Ball. Gregra, 3 p.m., Pastor. MaJiil dra, 7 30 p.m., Pastor. - Fourth Sun day. — Garra, 3 p.m. ; Pastor; ; ? 7; 30 p.m., Mr..-W. Pocknall. 'Gregra, 7.30 f ? p.m., Mr. G. W. Griffith. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. j, \ , i , Fifth ?p.ija.,:,^Mrr W. „ .Sfcraochen ; '7.30 p.m.', Pastor; Gregra, 3 p.m., j',; PaBtor. Manildra, 11 am , Pastor. -' , , Morning services at Manildra Hall ; other Beryices at Manildra House.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CHURCH SERVICE. ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 February 1894

CHURCH SERVICES. St. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Molong — 1st Sunday of every month. ? Cargo — 2nd Sunday of every month, v. Cudal— 3rd Sunday of every month. CiCuninoclc— 4th Sunday of every month. , Manildra — 5th Sunday in the month (when occurring).

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Annual Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Annual Leases. The following annual leases not having been renewed, the land became, after the 31st December, 1893, Crown lands, avail able for the purposes of the Crown Lands Act:— Land District of Molong. Thomas' Keenan, 50 acres, £5 ; William M'Farlane, 1700 acres, £8 10a; Andrew Delaney, 520 acres, £3 5s ; J. Davidson, 200 acres, £4 3a 4d ; Thomas Keenan, 190 acres. £5 : Richard James GosDer. 810 acres, £8 8s 9d ; George Weily, 210 acres, £1 10s 8d j William Barber, 32 acres, £1 j Frederick Spenoer Baker, 120 acres, £1 ; Henry Morton, 600 acres, £3 2s 6d ; John Ernest Paddison, 480 acres, £4.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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How to Pick Good Sheep for Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

How to Pick Good Sheep for Breeding. ? V ? : ? . : To ? attain this end those sheep with the strongest, longest, finest, densest, and most even fleeces only should be taken. And the nearer the carcase approaches a square every way, and the shorter the lens the Wetter the sheep. A fair idea of the wei»ht and size of fleece can bo obtained -.by taking. up u good handful of the fleece and squeezing it, ; the density and length can be judged by the size of tiiH handful when the wool in pressed together. -To::tell the strength ; of the/ivool pluck a small amount from the side or shoul der, and while doing so observe if the wool comes out easily. A firm root is a good sign. Catch the ends of the wool between the first finger and thumb, then by flicking the wool, when drawn tiuht, with the third finger,, its strength can easily be tested. Going through a number of sheep in this way the classer will soon observe that the strength varies much in different, sheep of the same breed. Every buye...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Bitten by a Mad Woman. SENSATIONAL INCIDENT IN RAILWAY CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Bitten by a Mad Woman. SENSATIONAL INCIDENT IN A RAILWAY CARRIAGE. A PEW days ago a resident of George's Plains passed .through an experience which he is not likely soon to forget. With another well-known resident of that- locality he entered the morning train to come to Bath urst, taking his seat in a carriage' occupied by two females and a constable. There was nothing in the appearance of these occupants to indicate thai they were other than ordi nary travellers, and nothing occurred during the journey to show that they were nocj oat when the train stopped at Bathurst there was a sudden awakening on the part of one of the gentlemen named, and be has had his eyes opened ever since. The females in the train had sat silently during the journey, but no notice was taken of that circumstance, and nothing led the two George's Plains tesidents to think that there was any connection be tween them and the policeman. Ihe train steamed slowly into the Bathurst station, and as it came to a sta...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Freights and Teamsters. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Railway Freights and Teamsters. The Colonial Treasurer was interrogated in the Assembly on Wednesday night by Mr. Hutcliiusou concerning the railway freights on die Wallerawang-Mudgee, Molong, Parkes, and Forbes railway lines. Mr. See, in rej-lv to a aeriea of questions from the member for ITotbes, said that the ordinary mileage rates per ion and per truck applic able to an equel distance on the main line were charged between the stations named above. The Railway Commissioners were aware that a small amount of traffic had been carried by road, llie matter, however, was One that did not demand any serious con sideration, anil only arose from exceptional cireumatauuo* existing at the present time, which co'ild hoi. continue. It was not pos sible at the present time to form anything like un accurate estimate of what the traffic would be upon these lines for ihe present year. The loss on the Mud^ee line for the 1 year ending December 31, 1893, after pro viding for working expenses and i...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

,0ur praiso bursts forth louder; yet louder, , The more wt know Waugh's Baking Powder.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ROAD, CUMNOCK TO OBLEY AND THE BOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

ROAD, OUM.NQOK TO OBLEY AND THE BOG AN. Dr. Ross asked the Secretary for Public Works, — Is he aware that the main road passing through the town of Cumnock to Obley and the Bogan is in a very dungeroas -? state owing to late heavy rains, and will he .. see that some steps are taken to have the r Bnnie repaired, and the main road put into a ?- proper state of repair 1 ' . -iv/ M.r. Lyne answered, — I am not aware, but ' - I have directed that a report be obtained on the subject.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. On Tuesday next a poll will tie taken at the Town Hall for the purpose of electing three gentlemen to till the aldertnauic vacancies in the Molong, Municipal Council, caused by the retirement of Aldermen Black, East* mure, and Lohan, through the efflux ion of time. Of the retiring gentlemen, only one intends to seek re-election and that id Alder man Black, while the other gentlemen in the Held with him consist of Messrs. J. F. Wynne, W. H. Couch, A. Parker, and 6. Windred. Mr. J. Quinn w*s also nomi nated, but he has withdrawn from the con test (even though his* uame will appear on the ballot paper, in consequence of his non compliance with a provision in the Act in hot forwardiug notice of his withdrawal to theReturning'Otficer, prior to thf- time of making public the nominations) in favour of Messrs. Black and Couch. There are thus iive gentlemen from wh'iu the ratepayers are to make their choice, and there is s-nne. satis faction in knowing that no great mista...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCK UP, CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

LOCK-UP, CUM NOCK. ' ? , ! , Dr. Ross asked the Minister of (Ju8tiee,-r— Will he see that some steps are taken to have an exerciso yard constructed of brick or slab erected at the lockrup at Cum nock to prevent the escape of prisoners ; if so, when, will the work be proceeded with? Mj\ S'.attery ans-vered, — The Inspector General of Police reports that it is proposed to erect a court-house and lock-up at Cum nock, but funds are not available at present, and that the expense of erecting an enclosure at the present station would not be justi ? fiable.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Municipal Nominations. The nomination of candidates for the annual municipal election took place at the Town Hall on Tuesday last. Very little interest was manifested in the proceedings, aud not moie than 30 ratepayers put in an appear ance. The Returning Officer (Mr. John M'Groder), just as the clock was on the tick of 12, rose and commenced the proceedings by reading the advertisement convening the meeting, and then announcing the receipt of the following nominations for aldermen and auditors : — ALDERMEN. John Francis Wynne, grazier, Copper Hill, near Molong ; nominated by J. Black and J. G. Donaldson. William Henry Couch, gentleman, Mo long-street ; nominated by W. Charters and J. W. Hull. George Windred, cordial manufacturer, Market-street ; nominated by A. G. Beveridge and G. Packham. John Quinn, blacksmith, Riddle-street; nominated by J. G. Donaldson and J. Chapman. Andrew Parker, saddler, Gidley-street ; nominated by A. Ross, M.D., and G. Packham. John Black, miller, Gidley-...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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EXPENDITURE ON PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

EXPENDITURE CitfPnBLia.WO.RKs/ . ' Dr. RijSS, asked, the Secretary 'fo.r.j-Eublic Works,— (1.) ., Out of what, f^ind./pr (from whiit sour(ce dp tho, Go.verniiientj i.ntend to, rlij proceed with the, construction ,of -.th^^Moiee^, and 'Inverell railways, the,, tu.nnel ,,at the . , ,';,( L'ifch'gofty.Zigzag, Pyrmont,and .Gr(,ebe [Bridge; ,,lj nr rfif'lmin;».f-,inn wrtrlra flwn-ocif ,,.,,1 F !i l.rr.mr 'water supply, ? (2.),T(he amount required to ,„-.',,, complete these puLlic works ;,and; is it the-;, . '', intention of the Government to, , floaty, u .new , ,, loan on. the London money, .market- ,for the - purpose i of ! enrry ing on,, these public works;, . , ? 'if so, when 'I,, ? ; ? ? ,)iJ( ,y, , , ' '? Mr., , Lyne .answered, — (1.) Out,, of funds ,; (i 1 votedjor to l»e VDted'fot the vyorks . referred ,,, , to. (2.)A, The .esti/nate for, .the- .Nurrabri- ?i Moree line is, '£153,000, for 'the .Glen Lines-' Inverell, £421,400. 1 cannot, at present; , ' givi! the exact estimate for:...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Hospital Committee Meeting. '? Thb first meeting of the newly-elected ^com mittee of the Molong Hospital wus held at ? the|:Town Hall on Monday evening. TJie attendance was very large, and we trust the ?good' beginning will not result in a bad attendance at meetings towards the close of the year. Those present on Monday were — ?Messrs. C. Stock well (president in the chtir), Black, Windred, Finch, Cotter, Donaldson, Paton, M,'Callum^ Wynne, Cahill, Garlick, ?' Neilsbn, Parker, Tempest, M/G'roder, Pack nam| JJr. J5rowne, and the secretary (Mr. W . 'C.' Read.): An apology from Dr. Fielder ? for non-attendance was read.- — The minutes of the previous meeting were read and on .firmed. — A letter from Mr. T. Cupitt, offering ^ the Committee £1 per year for permission to allow a horse to run in the Hospital paddock ?was read, and after some discussion it was unanimously decided not to accept the offer. — iDr. Browne stated that everything had gone on satisfactory at the Hospital during th...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Dr. Ross in the Assembly. ARTESIAN BORES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Dr. Ross in the Assembly. ? . ? ^ - ' ARTESIAN BORES. : ' Dr.; Ross asked the Secretary for Public Works,— (1.) Have any tenders been in vited, or contracts let, for the sinking of artesian bores at Byrock, Brewarrina, and Hungerford ; if so, to whom, have such con tracts been let, and the amount of each con tract or schedule rates in each case respec tively1? (2.) Will he see that the artesian bore is placed near the town, of Hungerford, it. being the most, suitable place for travelling stock from. the Paroo1? Mr Lyne answeied,— (1.) A contiact has been let foi sinking artesian boies, which includes, a boie , between Byiock and B ro wan inn, and one at Hungeiford The con tiactoi is A. G-. P. Cieedfj and ,thf- schedule lates, which aie the same m both cises, are -...'. as i Hollows :— Fiom giound level to 500 feet,. , , . 20s. pei font ; from 500 to 1,000 feet, 25s. per font; fiom 1,0.00 to 1,500 feet, 30s. per Joot ; from, 1,500 tp.,2,000 fee,i,'35s. per foot; Ifroni 2,000 to 2,500...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Crowded Out. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Crowded Out. lar consequence of receiving a large number of advertising favours at a late hour, a' considerable utuouot of reading matter is unavoidably crowded out of this isauo. It will all appear in next week's Express, which will be specially worth reading, for certain reasons. So loo It out.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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For the People. IMPORTANT FACTS FOR COUNTRY READERS. THE WHEAT AND BUTTER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Eor the People. ? 'IMPORTANT PACTS FOR COUNTRY 1 '] | READERS. '.. ' '', [Bir Jonsr Haynes, 'M.P.-l',;' f '' '' ! tue' wheat and'' butter 'markets. lJ', ' Never has 'there been, any tiling in actual market or cash* experience to so clearly show the farmer his true' position in' politics and trade as our experience to-day with' respect tbpiir w.nea't and 'b'utter'products.' 'Tlie simple ' lesson^ tho farmer is forced to learn 'is that he has but one ' market,— tile' / market of the t world, and that, he can have, ^no protection bub by'- mt'ans,''of''c6-o|)'er itibn!' The farmer , was told that' 'tlie 6d. .duty on wheut would giye^him' 'a' great' paying'^Joctil'1' market by shutting out all impoi ts*/, and he agreed to protection all round. , The'fiirmer, however, now finds when his crop ia in that his wheat price's' were' scarcely over lower — and' he is offered'2s.' 7d. to 2s. 10d. for his wheat, ba«s included, although everything he has to buy 'is 'higher to him.'' Some months ago ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Gregra Tea-Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

G-regra Tea-Meeting. m Wk desire to specially draw our readers attention to the alteration of the date on which the teameet ing in connection with the Gregra Baptist Church is to be held. Friday next, 16th instant, is the day the pleasant re- union is to take place, and we sincerely trust our country cousins will have a happy time, and. -that the gathering will prove a most successful one. We hear that great prepar ations are already being made for the affair, in which inuoh interest is being evinced by the pro moters and their district friends.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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They Say: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

J They Say: (Collected by 'Tun Ohattbkku.') Thnt th« polling next Tuesday for the ''.election:- of aldermen will be pretty close with four of the candidates. Thnt ICast. and West Moloug should try conclusions in' the criuket field. *. Tliiit railway station-muster R-ie is not i lio-'ked to cemaiu at Molong ior a {j;reub length of lime That L'llior Orcuniser Pricf starids as much uhovv of beiu^ returned iVI.P. for Mo- »- long, as a camel has 'if crawling through tlie eye of an ordinary hizo needle. Tlmt the present committee of the Mo long School of Ans were illegally elected. ? That the o.ld.couituutee still have control of tlie affairs of the institution, and are responsible for all lUtiiliMes. &c ; That Mr. A. D. Eistiniire's withdrawal from muricipal life is a gve.it loss to the ratepayers of Molong. He wua one of tlie most fearless and outspoken men iu ; the Council. ??'??-.:: That the members of the local town band are getting aloii^ (iist-rate. . Practice is retjularly...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 February 1894

Hey! Hey! Hey I .k.. EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE Best Fruit, s Best Bread, and Best, Confectionery Is obtained^at 8 R, THOMSONS J SHOP IN BANK-STREFA\ MO LONG. t . * If you have not yet paid him a visit, do not fail to , do 80, because no place this side of Omnge — and - even there — ciin supply you with better tilings, both as regards quality ami FiiErfHNii-r — in tlie above ' lines than R. THOMSON, FRUITERER, BAKIM, AND CONFECTIONER, BANK STREET, '-MOLONG. TATTERSALL'S Monster r^iso ,,.£ist.: ...;...,KO.\y O.£BN|ON' , ANNIVERSARY ?HANniOAP, JaDuiiry ''26— ' ! ?2.r).0()() at 5. ' ANNIVKItSAItY HANDICAP January 26— 10,t)UD »t 10. NICW.VI iRKBT HANDICAP, March 3—50,000 at 2 '. .AUSTUALTAN CUP, March 6— 10,010 ni, 10. AUSTRALIAN CUP, March 6— fiO.OO ' at 5. For full particulars rend printed Giruiilars. Please state the amount i-nclosed With application. . ; Be sure and register le'ti'rs and take' care of live receipt for registration till you receive our reply.. ; Address TATTERSALL, C/o G...

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