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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

DEATH. : RYAN. — Afc his late residence, Ryan's Park, Cheese man's Creek, on 13th February, Patrick Ryan, aged 69 years. Requiescat in pace.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT JOTTINGS. GREGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. FROM OUU OWN CORRESPONDENTS. GREGllA. : ' 'V'': The weather during the last week has been warm, with cool nights. Everything ih'tlie li'iie of feed is looking spleudid, aiiU not for a number of years has feed beeu so plentiful and greeu at this time of year, as it is at preseut. ?Stock are in good couditiou. ' Whilpt reading through the Express last week my eyes glanced oVar the different ceutres to which the penny postage system had been ex tended in this district, but, to uiy utter astonish ment, Gregra is omitted. Now, how is this?— seeiug that the receiving office here is situated only 10 uiiles by the iiiaiu road from Molong. Will our member (Dr. Ross, M. P.) be kind euough to inquire into the matter, and see why we are not entitled to share in the penny postage system, as well as our neighbouring peat towns. The poor, hard-working, struggling farmer who has to contend with all ditticul ties— hud season, ridioously low prices for his -products, hare pests, «&...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Latest Telegraphic. PARKES, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Latest Telegraphic. ! (FROM OUR SPKCIAL AGENT.) PAHKES, Wkdnksdat. Tho P., A., and H. Association's show was held to-day. The exhibits in the farm pro luce and fruit section were meagre, but of excellent quality. ' Some splendid varieties of fruit were shown. . Tiie . machinery section was a very good display. Sheep and cattle -were practically nnropresvintt! 1. Keen interest was taken in the jumping trotting, aud pony trials. The attendance was very fair. BATHURST, Wkdnesd^t. The following weights for the Bathorst Turf 1 Uiun races nave oeen tieciareu : — opening rtauiucap — llereward 8st. 131b., Ebony 8.12, Carnation, ; Re sult, Swaginan 8.9, Convict 8, Lady Elizabeth 7.12, lia Vivandiere, Stiver Rose 7.10, Lady Oliffe 7.9, Comet 7.7, Grey Echo 7 ?, Wi'i^a 7, Cartridge, Nor man 6.8, Muscatel II. B.7. Bathust OTjT— Heiyward 8st. 101b., Ebony s fj, Carnation. Little Benjamin 8, Myall King II. 7.9, Grev Echo 6 12. ' SYDNEY, Friday. The Assembly last night, passed th* Temporary Supply...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

ITEMS JDF INTEREST. A service of song, entitled ' Little Dot,' will be given by the Gregra Baptist Church choir in She course of a few weeks. Alderman Lmdauer has been elected, for the fifth successive term, Mayor of the Muni cipality of Cudal. Sei.ior-constalile Atkinson received a kick from a co* nti tlm left wrist the other day, the result, being that thej arm has now to be nursed in a sling. The programme for the annual meeting of the Molong Racing Club appears in out adver tising, columns. The prize money amounts to £55. It has been decided to hold the annual 1 meeting of members of the Molong School of Arts. on Friday, 9th March. Nominations must be sent in to the Secretary not later than the. 2nd proximo. A; list uf the members eligible for election can be seen in the read ing-room ut the School of Arts. Mr. John Young, of Burrawong station, has been elected first Mayor of the newly cieated Borough of Aun-uidale. A Manildra correspondent writes to say that the maize crops in ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Municipal By-laws. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

, The Municipal By-laws. .^After the reading of the Inspector of Nuis ancea report at- the Council meeting on Tues ' ' - 'day evening, the following discussion took ; place over the municipal by-laws: — Aidevman Bev bridge expressed surprise (hat the by-laws of the Municipality could be set aside by the Bench in the manner they had been in a recent case brought before the Court by the Inspector of Nuisances against Mr. Millgate. On what grounds the Police Magistrate put them aside it was difficult to . understand, for he (the speaker) understood that they were the properly constituted by laws of the Council, and if they were it was shameful for the Council to be treated in the. , manner it had been. He whs always under the impression that it was the duty of the Police Magistrate to see that justice was adminis tered in all cases, irrespective of whether a solicitor waB engaged or not, und he failed to see what grounds Mr. Lane had for not accepting the by-laws as those of the Munici...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

J. G. DONALDSON r«\ DESIRES to (hank his friends and the people of Molong and District for tho very generpuB support* accorled him since lie commenced business in Molong. Encouraged by their sup;, jrt ho will endeavour by strict attention to business and fair dealing to merit at.il 1 more of their coufnleuci* and patronage. Ever anxious to give Ins customers the very best value for their money, ho has specially ordered a line of Stationery, which for quality and quantity cannot be excelled in the colony for the money. Just try a BOX OF ' MOLONG STATIONERY,' Containing 36 Sheets of Nolepaper, 30 Envelopes, Pen, and Blotting JPaper, and all for One Shilling. ? O ? ? FANCY GOODS— a Splendid Assortment in Stock. PATENT MEDICINES Of all kinds, and at far Lower Prices than the Storekeepers J are selling: them. Quality Guaranteed. IKSsf^/A great Stock of Tobacconists' Goods. VALENTINE^.'' VALENTINES. Notic the Address : — J. U. DONALDSON, (Opposith Post Office Hotel), j BANK S T RIEIET OL ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Cudal Races. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Cudal Races. — ? ♦ — The annual meeting of the Cudal Jockey ? Club was held on Tuesday last, and paast d off .very successfully. Though the day waa hot; it did not militate against the attend ance for fully 300 persons were on the -ground. ? The' courHe, apart from being , rather dusty, was in good condition ? anil no fault was to be found ««? far as the management was concerned. The indefatig able secietary (Mr. £1. M'Millan),- and- the other omcers and commi'tee of the dui- ; worked well ami together, to', ho things ;could not be off but run smoothly. In t--e absence of Mr. R. G/ Glasson, Mr. E Smith officiated as judge, and gave every sat isftc- ' tion, while Mr, A. CouIhoii, of Orange, acted as starter and performed his difficult tasks well. On the whole the fields were good and so also was the racing, the finishes in some of the events being close and excilin;. .The publican's booth and fruit stall were in the possession of Mrs. Healey and Mr. W. Makerrespectively, and each app...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Municipal Council. The ordinary meeting of the Molong Muni cipal Council was held last Tuesday evening. Present — His Worship the Mayor ( Alderman M'Gioder), Aldermen Lauer, Black, Couch. Windred, Packham, Parker and Beveridge. Absent — Alderman Millgate. MINUTES. Minutes of previous meetings were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence inward was road, and com munications outward wete dealt with as under : — . From S. H. Lambton, DeputyPostmaster General, seating that the Postmaster-General had sanctioned the expenditure of £20 to defray the cost of fittings, &c., for laying gas on to the Molong Post Office. — Aldeimnn Windred said that the gas manager had gone ovei the post otiice and furnished an estimate of what the lowest cost would be for laying the gas on the building, and he had found that the amount sanctioned by the Post mi\ster-General was just, the coat price of the fittings, «fcc., in Sydney. He allowed the Council nothing for railway carriage, labour...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Molong Lands Office. The following selections were taken up at the above office on Thursday last : — ' Edward William Mooi'k, 100 acres, c.p., parish Too^ong, county Ashburnham. ?Elizabeth Maxwell, 70 acres, c.p., 210 acres c.l., parish .Moura, county Ashburn ham.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Road v. Rail. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Road v. Rail. ? ? . ? ? . ? -T ;In several parts of the colony teamsters are. now competihg. with the railways, con veying goods to and from various cen.tre* and the metropolis. On Monday afternoon last, two teams, containing ten and nine horses, left Molong for Sydney, laden with several tons of hides and tallow, belonging to local butchers, and a quantity of goods from Mr. Jauies Haslara. The carriers ex pect to do the journey to Sydney and back i in a month, and are sanguine that the tiip i will pay handsomely. The rates they are charging aro lower than those imposed on the railways, and as result several tons of back loading have been guaranteed them by Mr. James Raslam. Both carriers (Messrs. ? Joseph White and John Cavanagh) are i residents, of this district. Since the de parture of the teams, several .teamsters have i interviewed Mr. Haslam and signified their willingness to convey goods to and I from Molong and Sydney at lower rates than | the Commissioners are charging on t...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

A Suggestion. Herb's something for the local auctioneers to clip out and paste in their hats. One of our country subscribers writes : — u Could not your advertising friends make it convenient to advertise whatever sales tliey have 111 lmnd a week earlier than what tliey gener ally do. Of late, there have been a number of sales advertised only 011 the day they are to take plnCK and on which your paper is published. If more notice was given country people would have a chance to attend. A few Hales have been held lately that quite a number of us country people would have gone to, if we had only known about them ; but, unfortunately, your valuable little paper does not teach 11s until the sale is almost over. I think if the auctioneers would adopt this suggestion, the/ would find it to their advantage.'

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A. COULSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

A. Coulson. Fat Cattle. — About 70 yarded, the quality being only middling, and prices if anything were firmer than previous quotations. I sold — Mr. IT. (Jashin, 8 eows, from £L 14s to £1 19s, averaging £1 1 2s Mr. J. Currin, 1 cow at £2. Mr. J. T euron, 2 cowa at £1 12s and £2 respec tively. Best beef worth from 10s per lOOlbs. Throug.i my Sydney agent, on account Mr. T. Burton, 31 bullocks, averaging £6 6s 2d. Fat Sheep. — Only a small number forward and pales met with poor competition. Market about the same as last quotations. Store Cattle. — Very small lot yarded and the market remains about the same. I sold for Mr. J. Li-uron, 2 steers at £1 17s; I-. Donovan, 2 heifers at 9s ; H. Ford, 2 cows witn calves at £4 15s and t'3 98 Sto:e Sheep.— Only a small number yarded and the market showed firmness. I sold for Mr. W. 1 C. Bowman, Derowie, 769 6 and 8 tooth wethers, |i fair condition, ? s lOd. | Horses. — Very poor lot brought forward and I sales were difficult to effect. I sold a...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Tea Meeting and Concert at Gregra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Tea Meeting and Concert at Gregra. . ? - A TEA meeting and concert in connection with the Gregra. Baptist Church was held at Gregra on Friday last. The weather was beautiful, and the outing in every respect was most enjoyable. Visitors from Molong, Manildra, G-arra, Bocoble, Cudal, and other centres were in attendance, and, all told, the company must have numbered nearly 300 people. The tea whs prepared in a booth, erected near the Church-hall, and the host of ladies attending on the two large tables were kept exceedingly busy until dusk, when the last of the visitors had their appetites ap peased. The provisions were splendid — the best that had been provided for any similar gathering in the district, — and the ladies who supplied them deserved all the h^h encomiums that were 'passed upon their abilities as pastry cooks and confectioners. The ladies who furnished the tables were Mesdames W. A. Allen, Sharpless, G. W. Griffith, A. Goodman, Jenkins, Cassells, E. J. Allen, and F. Good...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Contemptible Effusion. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

A Contemptible^ Effusion. To the Editor : Sir, — Your lass issue con tains a contemptible paragraph, headed ' Cumnock,' referring to the treatment the Cumnock cricketers received at the hands of their Molong brother willow-wielders on the occasion of the former's late visit to our town. Personally, and on behalf of many I residents of Molong, 1 must isincerely thank your correspondent for his letter. Really, it is the funniest thing I have read for a long time, and judging from the amount of ridi cule and laughter with which it has been read and discussed by many other local resi dents, who are cognizant oE the facts of the matter about which he attempts to deal, my opinions, I think, will be readily endorsed by them. His satire is immense, and any of your readers who have sufficient powers of comprehension to fathom the depths thereof, will agree with me that he cannot possibly be aware of the genuine talent he possesses, otherwise he would undoubtedly be a mem ber of our Legislatu...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong Demands an Apology!! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Molong Demands an Apology !! To the Editor: Sir, — Your valuable paper htis.far too wide a circulation for the unfair lem'arka made l»y your Cumnock scribe to. be passed over without comment. As cap tain of the Molong eleveu on the occasion, I have been requested and deputed to write a few words in rwply, and to demand, and iusist upon, a public apology, to be pub lished in the Molong Express advertising columns. Failing this, my club distinctly, ie-. fuses to meet any Cumnock players again during this or any ensuing season;' No true cricketer wrote the report, but if there had. been a word of truth in it it would be ovei Iooked. The repent is false all through. Only six of the Cumnock team were on the grouud before 11.30 a.m. For proof ask Mr. Newriiaich (captain), Mr. C.. Webb, Mi-. Finch, and others. The Cumnock team, captained by a, straight-out and, thorough gentleman (Mr. Newmarch), did not expect any better reception than they got. If particulars were entered into we could pr...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Princess Comic Opera Company. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Princess Comic Opera Company. j On next Friday evening, the 2nd of March, we ace promised a visit for the one night only of 1 lie celebrated Princess Comic Opera Com pany, who inaugurate their season on that night with L'coque's dunning opera bonfie in 3 acts ' Giroiie Girofla' The Company is unquestionably the largest and most artistic, tint has ever visited our town, composed as it in of 30 of the most distinguished operatic artists at pieseut in Australia. The bright particular star of the company is, of course, the great prima donna (Miss Emma Wang henheim), who is univeisally acknowledged to be in the very fruit rank of operatic stars. The advent nf so great an attraction should be the meaiiH of filling our local hall to its utmost holding capacity. A box plan for rh« sal«* - f r served seats can be seen at Donald o,*..'- ? ? ? ? vi — 1„_ ? sun n news on iHuiiuay iiiurilliil;. We note -that thw management have made the tariff of admission most reasonable, and in this «e 'rust t...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Prospective Candidate and a Land Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

A Prospective Candidate and a Land Tax. ,To THE Editor: Sir,— I am sure the elec tors of the Moiong district are under an obligation to you for allowing a prospective, candidate to show what he is made of, and give the electors time to consider him before going to the poll. If he can represent the intelligence of the Molong electorate then the Molong electorate is low down in the scale of thinking people. The latest 'light'(?) he has shed on the question of land taxation is: enough to damn politically a tar greater than he. It is on a par with his claiming the support of the farming community be cause protection has caused a greater area of land to yield wheat. Thut is that the Molong farmers ought to be pleased that they are being rapidly forced into competition with the markets of the world instead of having their own market with odds against out siders. He asserts that to tax land immedi ately entails a loss on the value of the land/ Does not a tax oc the implements used on the l...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Posting Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

Posting Newspapers. We have been requested by the Postal De partment to call attention to the receipt of advice that packets of printed matter, especi ally newspapers, intended for tiansition through the post — principally to other coun tries—bearing the address on the wrapper only, are frequently, received at their destina tion minus the wrapper, or in such a condition that delivery is rendered impracticable. With a view to obviate the loss, of such articles it is suggested that, in addition to writing the address on the wrapper, it also be written on some available portiou of this piicket or newspaper, or that, if forwarded without a wrapper, the address be written on both sides for the obvious reason that if one address he rubbed off by friction in transit the other address will in all proba bility remain intact to insure delivery at its destination. The rents for the following conditional leases have been determined at the respective rates per acre: mentioned : — George Siephen ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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MANILDRA C.C. V. MOLONG C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

MANILDRA O.O. V. MOLONG O.O. ) A matoh between the above clubs waa played on the ground of the former on Saturday, Feb. 17th, resulting in an easy victory for the home by an imiinus and 66 runs. The Molong -£ran ,,;j^jrned tip with six of their team, and pick^U the rest up on the ground ; but it will be seen by the score that the 'pick tips' did quite as well as the team men. The IVIanildraites were in good form and were looking forward to a good even game, and althoui,'h they rejoice over the, victory, they still wish Molong had bpen able to have put a representative eleven into the field. For Manildra, McQuade, C. Bloomfield, and A. Eason batted in nood form; while the bowling honors were divided between W. Fleeting, McQuade, and Chalmers. The fielding of the winning team wiir also on the leather. For Molong Messrs. A. Tempest and Keenan were most Huccessful with the ball, but ; ? at'.the .wickets Messrs. Koehan and C. 'Bldotii field came off best. manildra. ... W. E. Stanford.. ,...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 February 1894

OBLEY. — Impounded at Obley, on 'the 16th day, o£ February, 1894, from dandy Greek, by Millgate, Esq. : — Bay horse, 6tar, four white fees', like J 3 U or J 3 J near shoulder, 5 years, 1(J$ liands. Bay mare, few white hairs in forehead^ pulled tail, P Y over triangle near shoulder, faint brand like »-a with indistinct brand like ^ near thigh, aged, 14,^ hands. Brown mare, white spots and old eCM on back, liko B V or B U near shoul der, J W over =-i off shoulder X over E over liko 'pq ? near ('high, aged, loi hands. If not released, will bo sold at this Pound at noon on tho 15th day of March, 1894. VV. CAVANA'GFII, 'JVuadkwper. / Municipality of Molong. ANNUAL 'ASSK SS M E N T. APPLICATIONS are hereby invited from two competent poisons willing to actus VALUERS for the Municipality. Applicants are requested to ten ier for the ap pointment jointly, ami send in their applications under cover and endorsed '? Application for Valuers' to Lhe Council Chamburs not later than 7 p.m. on MONDAY...

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