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Aldermanic Elections. POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
Alderinanic Elections. POLLING DAY. ?£?- ? ? On 'i'uesday last, the day appointed for the takitig of the poll in connection with the election of three gentlemen to serve as alder men in the Molong Municipal Council for the next three years, little interest was manifested in the contests. Foiling was steadily engaged ib from eight o'clock in the mortling until three in the afternoon, and wheii the doors were closed at the latter nonrt there commenced to gather a large number of ratepayers in the vicinity of the Towb Hall. Shortly after five o'clock, the doot-B were again opened, and the anxious crotfd of ratopayers having entered the hall, the , Returning Officer (Alderman J. M'Gfroder) declared the state of the poll to be follows : — ALDERMEN. JTbhn Black ... ... ... 134. William Henry Couch ... ... 115 Andrew Parker ... ... 78 Jbhn Francis Wynne '... , 68 . tiebrge Windred ... .... 33 Jbhn Quinn ... ... ... 4 informal ... ... ... 5 AUDITORS. William George Taher Hardwick... 102 Art...
Land Settlement and the Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
Xan% Settlement and the Unemployed. ir- [By Andrew Iloss, M.D.] ?To' THE Editok : Sir,— Another new fangl.ed idea has been added to the.,«already Jmge list of' nostrums for the alleviation or cure of the unemployed difficulty, or, - rather, as it is euphoniously termed, settling the unemployed on the soil. It. is lamentable to read the tnany plausible, pseudo, crude, quixotic theories that are from time to time put forth in' the interest of work and homos for the unemployed — theories, I fear, that are unwork able aud look better on paper than iliey would in practice. The last is one of the most mis leading that could possibly be submitted to the criticism of an hones', intelligent public. The chimerical question of 'Village Settlement' is bad enough with all the support it ruceives at the bands of theorists and amateur farmers; but to talk of settling 200 of the unemployed or farmers on a few select spots along our railway lines could only liavo emanated fi mn the brain of ari eutl...
CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
CUDAL. Proceedings at the municipal elections on Saturday, were rather tame, and the polling resulted as follows William Carman ... ... 44 John Kidd ... ... 38 . . -Charles. Vincent ... . .... do Frank Kelt on Jones ... ... 37 Thomas Howel ... 32 Carman and Vincent were el&oted as the cast ing yote was in Vincent's favor. Quiteja number of deaths have occurred lately, land the undertakers are in clover. Mr. P. Ryan, of Chee^etnau's Creek, died from par\lysi« of the brain on Tuesday. A child, the daughter of Alderman Miskell, was also buried this week, and I hear that' -Mr.- James Glazier, and old Murga identity, has also passed away. Appended are the weights for the events mentioned in connection with annual race meet ing of .the Cudil Jockey Club, to be held on Tuesday next , TOWN PLATE. Redhill ... 8 5 Mack. ... 7 9 Tactitiun ... 8. 5 Lady Pearl ... , 7 8 Pardou ... 7 Naughty Eva... 7 6 Barney ... 7 13 Chang ... 7 *5 Golden Fleece.. 7 13 Chance . ... 7 3 Gladstone ... 7 13...
MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
MANILDRA. '! Since my last report we have had splendid I weatlw t'* - A few days last week were very sulty,. hut on 'Wednesday we had a heavy thunderstorm, about | of an inch of rain falling. . Some nice rain has fallen since,- and the weather now is de lightful. Sandy-blight is rather prevalent just now, especially with the children., . ? _ PROGRESS COMMUTE B. : ?? Tho following is - an account of the business transacted at the meeting of the Manildra Pro gress Committee, held on the 5th instant. Correspondence inward was received as fol- . lows : — From the Resident Engineer, Forbes, stating that the application for, repairB to. bridge had been forwarded to the head office. : From the Deputy- Post-Master General, in forming the committee that the application for a through mail-bag between Manildra aud Tarkea had been granted. . From the Secretary for Rail ways, to tlie effect that the Committee's application for an official tobb placed iu charge of the local rail way-station had b...
Molong Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
Molong Racing Club On Thursday evening a meeting of the members of the Molong Racing Club was held at Mill gate's Hotel. Presents-Messrs. J^,' F. Wyuue (in tho chair), Claude Smith, J. McGroder,' J. G. Donaldson, G. 3?. Mlllgate, H Macord, and Phillip Bowler. In consequence of the Cauowindra Jockey -Club holding s, meeting on the same date as it was agreed to holdlthe annual meeting of the local club, it was decided that the annual race meeting of the JVLOlong C1UD saouiu oe iioiu. uii vyeuuesuay, u iau March. The programme of the annual ' meeting last year was adopted for this, year* with ;the.|ex ception that a Welter Race is substituted 'for the Fiying Handicap. The prizes, are the same as last year's. Tho sameofficera, committee, and stewards elected, last year were re-appointed, aud a few- additional' names added to the list of stewards. The programme for the: meeting will appear, in .our next issue., . , , ? ; . V .-' ,
Sale of Thorough-bred Stock at Larras Lake [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
Sale of Thorough-bred Stock at Larras Lake On Wednesday last the homestead of Mr. James Lee, of Larras Lake, wa9 the scene of unusual animation, occasioned by the large number of people there usseuioled from various parts of the Western district, ami amongst whom were many well-known : stock breeders. The attraction which drew together this gathering was the holding of the first of what is int uncled to be abnual sales of stock from the very choice ilocks and herds of Larras Like. This was an opportunity not to bo disregarded by stock owncr.H, as was evidenced by the large attendance and spirited bidding throughout. Considering the period of depression through', which we are passing Mr. Lee is to be congratulated on the success attending the sale, t'-.e holding of which at the homestead is undoubtedly a good idea, and will, if made a yearly affair, prove a considerable gain to stock-owners, who will be thus enabled to improve their herds by selections from the famed Larras Lake stoc...
The Bathurst Burr. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
y ; t. The Bathurst Burr. . ; To the Editor : Sir,— Last year there were :] a 'great many Bathurst burrs growing about the streets and unoccupied corners 'df Mo long. -The Council waited; patiently until the'seeds had ripened, and theii put a man on to hoe the burrs. 'This ''waiting-' for the seeds to ripen was a quite unne;cessai:y pre caution, because, although, of course, it nrniilrl nnirai* /1a fn ollnar tho T^ufKnrof. Kni»i* to die out altogether, and so diminish. employ- ment, any danger of this happening is by no means imminent, and if it be desired that. Molong should ever become a sheep market of any consequence, especially .for sheep not intended for immediate slaughter, it will be worth while to remember that when . a man contemplates buying sheep to stock his pas tures, he does not,' as a general rule, wish to introduce burrs. at the same time.. Even a seller does not regard with satisfactioa the' prospect of Bending sheep to a market where they: will become covered with...
The Cargo Flour Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
The Cargo Flour Mill. ? ' FROM A CORRESPONDENT. Knowing that you are ever ready to report; the advancement of the district and its varied' industries, I am happy to be able to 'furnish ypujwith a little information which will not, perhaps, be unimportant' to you,; and which is- of great interest to this neighbourhood (Cargo.) Messrs. Jas. Darrell and. Sons, well known - millers, Jate of Laggan, have pur chased the lute Ckrgo Company's Flour Mill, and 'have already commenced to improve the1 old plant and replace the machinery bymore modern improvements. One thousand pounds worth of new machinery, purchasod from the well-known arm of Messrs. H. Simoij and Co., milling engineers, of Manchester, Eng land, is now on the road to Cargo. The new plant will1' be erected with every dispatch by a comnetent eneineer. who' has coma from Sydney' for this special1 purpose, and there's no doubt, the work will he.' performed, in' a perfect manner. The mill is expected; to .lie running in about five ...
Where do They Come From? [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
Where do They Come Froiii ? ' ? To the Editor: Sir,— One or the most, ' chai acterist ic features of tlie existing chaotic' . condition of 'political affaii s in this CoUniry-- ,51 is tlie larl»'e number' of jstrangers'. whp make ' their appearance as labour, leaders or 'as e^n'didaies for seats iii' Parliaiiient. . M'anyr : of tlie most violent speeches at public arather-; u inys in Sydney and elsewhere have ? been l-y -i'udiviijuals .. who ? Imve ' drifted 11 hither froiii tl-^ „ ''.'other . colonies, the ;.U.n.ited. ^iug^lom and'else-vhere. These men,. , ever restless and di!ssa|bistied,. seem to have' ' one one ot)]eco— tnai , pr- jntaK.ing eveiyopay telse as dissatisfied ;as themselves. Because jtliey have no p.ro|?eity iVf 'tli'eir own, they' 1 denounce tlie possession, of prHjiferty by others, 7 Because tney have do land to he taxed ttiey ' would throw the whole burderrbf- taxation on ~ the land. Bed&use they' ; will'ri'pt ' or cannot support themselves, they 'demand ...
ROUNDABOUT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
ROUNDABOUT NOTES. The electors of Molong have hod their ears tickled lately with the clap-trap of a Labor agitator. Not since last election have any of these gentry visited the district until the last week or two, and the visit then was, doubtless, brought about by a desire to dis cover an opening for a bid for that £300 a. year. To hear some of these 'stump ora tors ' harangueing a crowd of electors one would think they were real geniuses m a political sense. But they're not. Oh, dear, no 1 Far from it... In nineteen cases out of 20, they are mere gas-bags, ,..who, by their facile powers of expression, top often succeed in hoodwinking and deceiving their audiences to.an extent sufficient to make them believe that they are talented, clever, and endowed with every essential attribute to qualify them to a neat in Parliament. . According to theai all the social and political evils we suffer from are to be remedied when their party gets into power, and above all things the fiscal questi...
DISTRICT JOTTINGS. CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
DISTRICT JQTTING S. ! FROM OUR OWN. CORRESPONDENTS. ''t/ .. CUMNOCK. For' tne third time the local players have been defeated the last- occasion being on Saturday 10th inst. at. Molong. Several things of striking import in connection with, that- match are worthy of notice, the foremost being the really splendid reception given by the local team to their visitors. The order from ..the, former to; the latter was ' be sure ami coiue. early so as. to enable us to start at 10.30 a.m.' Punctual to the time, the Cumnock representatives arrived in Molong, yet not a solitary local player. was on the ground, nor was the inattin* laid/down at 11. ou. uwing to tne appearance or oniy-six M-dongites, the visiting team allowed their opponents to go to the wickets. At 12. i5 an other concessiiiiijwas asked; viz., an adjouriiihent until the arrival -f the remainder of the team. A player named F. Morris having injured lijs : hand, the Cuuiiiockites willingly allowed one Cupitt to take his place iu th...
The 3rd Infantry Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 February 1894
The 3rd Infantry Regiment. ? ? -; Colonel. Holborrow's thanks to,' his regi ment for- its. fine, turn-out in Bathurst' : wete conveyed in an order dated February 2nd, which reads thus: — j 'The officer : '.commanding . the . i-regiment desires that officers commanding companies [will] convey to the officers, rion-commissioned jofficers,. . and (1ui,en ? of their, ? respective com manfls bis hich annror-in t.inn .nf t-.ho 700I nnd ;energy-- -displayed' ^by' them' at the recent inspiection, and which' resulted so satis factorily to all concerned. , W^n it is taken into consideration that the battalion has not 'mefr'for flrill as 'such .fpr 'three years, that'a. large majority of the men travelled all nig^t to attend the inspection, and that the: weather ; was so unpropitious and trying, the general appearance of -the various companies, the .- .steadiness in the ranks so apparent, and at ^ tention to commands . so evident, the - highest .praise- -is due,- and t the ? officer 'commandin...
BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894
BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. Jesse Mayo, Pastor. First Sunday each Month.— Garra, 3 p.m., '?Mr. -Wi Hyland ; 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Gregra, *3 p.m., Mr. W. Edwards. Manildra, 3 p. in, . Pastor. ' Second Sunday.— Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor; 7.30 p.m., Mr. A. Waldock. Gregra, 7.30 p.m., PaBtor. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Third Sunday. — Garra, 3 .pud 7.30 p.m., Mr.'D. Ball. Gregra, 3 p.m., Pastor. Mauil dra, 7.30 p.m., Pastor. './'.Fourth Sunday.— Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor; j;:7.30 p.m., Mr.. W. Pocknall. Gregra, 7.30 p.m.; Mr. G. W. Griffith. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. „ .Fifth Sunday— Garra, 3 p.m., 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.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894
' THRICE IS HE ARM15I), . WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST.. . ; Jo CLEMENTS TONIC, ? ii)/:-';* THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORATIVE HAS ?? CURED MORE CASES OE INDIGESTION, NEURALGIA, WEAKNESS, DEBILITY, DROPS Y, B RIGHT'S DISEASE, AND LIVER . COaLPLAINT THAN ALL OTHER MEDI- : ? CINES PUT TOGETHER. ? ? If you are sick and value your life, insist on]hav ing Clements Tonic, and no substitute or you. will be disappointed. f ' READ THIS: CASE. ? ? ' Mrs. J. K. Hawthorne, Star Hotel, South Guiidivgai, who writes- on 'June 24th, i893 : — About six months ago I was a severe sufferer' from' violent pains in the , small of the back, I was informed that i' my kidneys were effected; . I tried various remedies ; but not being benefitted b.y them I was induced to ? try Clements Tonic, I tools either tiv;e or six. bottles, and was thoroughly relieved of my old complaint,, the pains disappeared, and I .have1 never -had- a - ' recurrence of tliem ' cilice, in fact' I have found it ?unnecessary to take any other m...
SHEEPBRANDS AND MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894
SHEEPBRANDS AND MARKS. The sheep- brands and marks of the follow ing gentlemen have been duly recorded bj the local Inspector of Sheep, and appear in in the Government Gazette of the 7th in stant : — ? molong district. W. J. Ashcroft, Happy Valley, Cudal ; John Black, The Gap, Cumnock ; W. F. Brazier, Nubrygyn, Warne ; John Black, Burrawong, Cumnock ; Terence J. Brady, Riverstone, Stuart Town ; Thos. H. Brogden, Rocky Ponds, Baldry ; F, E, Churchill, Brymedura, Molong : Geo. -jCaldwell, Ingle wood, Molong ; D. O.. Douglas, Ooates Creek, Meranburn ; Celsus Delaney, Goonigal, Mo long ; Mowbray G. Dalzielt Blakefield, Mo long ; Geo. Day and F. C. Cox, Curra Cre9k; ; E. Evers, Peabody,. Clteeseman's Creek; Patrick Foy, Rocky Ponds, Mount Aubrey; Richard Frogley, Garra ; Hy. C. Fortey, Bolderodgery j W. Gray, Springbark, Eu gowra ; A. J, Gosper, Bocolna, Meranburn ; Jas. P. Grannall, Canowindra Greek, Cadia; Kate Hutkett, Gum Flat, Cargo; Wna. Bailey Hurrell, Edinborougb, Orange ; Patric...
REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894
REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE. Within Gotiimbla Holding, resumed area No. 479a. Part of No. 1,111. County of Ashburnham, parish of Moura, area about 3 roods. That part of reserve 1,111 for water supply, notified 1st September, 1879, within the following, boundaries : Commencing on the north boundary of the reserve where it intersects the left bank of Moura or Water hol« Creek ; ard -bounded' thence by that bank of that creek downwards to where it is again intersected ! by1 the aforesaid north 'J * ?'' \ ' boundary of the reserve ; and thence by part of that north boundary west, to point of commencement.
LAND NOTES. LAND SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894
LAND NOTES. land .selections/ The following selections were taken up at the Molong Lands Office on the 15th inst.; — ! 'Michael: George Moss, 40 acies, c.p., county Ashburnhaiii,; parish Manildra. : Michael George Moss, 99 acres, c. I., couuty Ashlnirnham, parish Manildra. Michael Jame^/; Divine, 54 acros, c 1., couuty Ashburnham, parish Nanami.
Molong P. & A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894
Molong P. & A. Society, ^lENBRAL;;meettng of the members of the ' V»g P. and A. Association was held at' the Town H|».ll on Saturday afternoon last. Present — Messrs. J.: F. Wynne (President, in the chair), J. Black, H. S. M, Betts, D. L. Dalziqll, .James Haalam, H. Ford, J. Johnson, G. F. Millgate, A. G. Petersen, J. Burgess, senr , ;Jas. Rubie, J. T. Parslow, sen., and J. McGrodor. The President stated that, in accordance with » . resolution carried at the previous meeting, he had waited upon th9 late secre tary (Mr. A. D.,, Eastmure), and asked him for the books, and other properties of tha As sociation he, (the Secretary) had in his: possession. , He found Iherfe ' was a great quantity, of, .books, cards, and other' things belonging to, the Society, also a lettCr-press, which Mr. Eastmure offered to pay' £4 10s for. .He (the speaker) accepted theofferand obtained Mr. Eastmure's cheque for the amount,, as he could not see that the press was much use to them. There was als...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894
Obituary. In out ' last iasile our :Cudal correspondent: chroaicled the death of Mr. Patrick Ryan, took place at his late residence Ryttn's Pa..j/', Cjheeauiau's Creek on Tuesday, 13th Februarjy^ A few particulars of the deceased gentleman have bepu forwarded .is, and will doubtless prove interesting to om renders. The late Mr. P. Ryan came to +i,:„ xr.,n«.. d:. _. iiuia uinbuuu uuui xuua u t n.nc^j r isa xvi«er, in 1875, when he took up a flelection on Boree run, where he resided nearly the whole time up to the date of his ? de»th. By dint of persevernncH, unflagging energy, and dogged determination he turned the selec tion he took up in *75 from a wild .wnsfce of country into a splendid and profitable farm, from which sufficient has been obtained to place bin family in cnmf-.-rtnhle ciicuin stances and provide a good home on the selection. Thou»h advanced in yeurs, Mr. Ryan continued to work on the selection1 up to the very ; day he took ill, and ^w.as always the possessor of »ood...