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

Important Notice. CHEAP JSREAD ! IN conspquonce oF t.lio low price of Flour nt the present time, I am enabled to allow my Cus tomers anrl t.lio General Public to gain the benefit of a CH 15 A P LOAl? 01? RRKAO. Hence, 1 Iiiivh determined to REDUCE the Tariff for the ''Staff of I life' at m v Establishment., and on anil after MONDAY NRXLY 26th February, 1891, the price of Bread will be 2|d. PER 21b. LOAF. -Thanking my numerous customers for the liberal support extended ino in the past, and soliciting a. continuance of same in the future, pl R. THOMSON, '% Muiterer, Baker and - Confectioner,, ...BANK STREET, MO LONG. . :.-r; % , TATTERSALLS'_ ? 'Monster Prize List. SYDNEY CUP, March 2G— 25,000 Subscribers at 5s each. .- ? ?? j ? ? SYDNEY CUP — 10,000 Subscribers nt 10s encli. FINAL HANDICAP, .March 10,1100 at OS. M V KOH HANDICAP, Brisbane, March 2-t — 10,000 Subscriocrs at each. BIRTHDAY CUI\ llaii'l wick, May 26—50,000 Subscribers -at 5 1 each. ' BIRTH 1) '»Y. CUP— 10,0110 at I0s£io...

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

? -v; ? . LKETMINS PRESERVING JARS,, A New Lot just to hand Cheaper than Ever. One Pint, 6s 6d per dozen ; One Quart, 7s Lid per dozen ; Iwo Quarts, 10s 6d p(?.r.|!.;.jzen. Ransom & Sims Lon'ble-'beam (SINGLE-FIJEpKOW' YOU PLOUGH, -£4 10s Each, (THESE .jARE A BARGAIN.) , ' GARDEN SEEDS-A Fresh Lot of this Season's Just to Hand. BEDSTEADS in all sizes from 19s. 6d. each. I vwwHwwwwHHWHWHWWHmHHwmmwwHwnmmmw Mew and Choi©© Enamelled war© just to hand, ? Consisting of the Latest Shapes and Lowest i rices probably ever heard of in the district before in Tea and Coffee Pots, Cups and - Saucers, Milk Jugs, Mugs, and Saucepans, all-sized Grid Irons, Stew-pans, Frying-pans, Milk-pans, Tea Kettles, Pudding Bowls, Toilet Sets, Washup Basins, Meat, Pie, and Stove Dishes, Soup and Dinner Plates. These Goods are light, durable, and sightly, and as cheap as ordinary Crockery. BOOTS AND SHOES. ? ' Just Arrived a Large Assortment of English Boots and Shoes at the following very Low Prices : —...

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More Yarns. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

More Yarns. ' Lookie'' McBean is dead, and has left over : a million of money. The 'swaggies' have*, budget of yarns about every big squatter, but ! they had more about 'Lockie' than any other man, even Tyson. 'Lockie's' nearness was - the invariable theme, but then the squatters whoso generosity is large enough to please the , sundowner are very few indeed. One*' tra veller' who tried to ' touch' McBean for the usual pannikin of 'damper dust' received a curt 'Na, mon!' 'Then,' said the.'swag- gie,' with witherinii saicasm, 'can I go over;, into the home paddock there and eat some uraBsl' ' And starve my sheep !' roared _ (,i 'Lockiei' 'Nadomfear!' 'i- 'nr.

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

Our praise bursts forth louder, yet louder, Tlie more wu know Waugh's Baking Powder Miss Barrett's Glass Will assoir ble at SCHOOL OF ARTb, MOLONG, Every Saturday Evening At 3 p.m. French Cotillon, Minuet Guvotto (also Step Dan cing when required) thoroughly taught. t£ST TERMS— PAYABLE IN' ADVANCE. Bad legs, Bad Breasts, and Ulcers. The cure of ulcers has, won for Holloway's Ointment an imperishable reputation, as it never fails to soothe and heal. Many bad . .. legs happen from imprudences, perchance almost forgotten; if, then, there be any doubt as to the origin of the sores, the patient should read carefully what is written on pages 7 and. 10 in the Books of Diiections, as those sores never heal soundly until ihe system has undergone a thorough course of Holloway's purifying Pills. GOUT, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, AND ? . STIFF JOINTS. A cure for these complaints is here within the reach of all, by fomenting the affected part with warm salt and water, and rubbing in Holloway's Ointme...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Land Taxation Analysed. WHO WILL BEAR THE BURDEN? [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

Land Taxation Analysed. WHO WILL BEAR THE BURDEN? To the Editok : Sir, — The advocates of drastic land taxation in New South Wales are fertile in theory, but sterile in fact. . Sublimely satisfied, that they have discovered a nostrum for national salvation and individual safety, they decline to face the logic of figures aud the force of reason. Like the bird of the desert they bury their heads in the sand and fancy that all is well. When their citadel is stormed with irrefutable | arguments they feebly reply with characteristic irrelevancy, that no progress is possible' unless land values are partially or completely confis cated. Beyond , the wealth of theories, borrowed from Henry George, the local disciples of the prophet of land confiscation have nothing to' urge in favor of their fallacies. The revenue! requirements of the State reveal no necessity for. a systematic plunder of the property of a section of the community, a phase of the ques tion which has escaped the scrutiny of ...

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BEEF. BDBOESS BROS. Desire to inform the Residents of Molong that they have opened a BUTCHERING .'. ESTABLISHMENT ' ' ' IN Shield's Lane, And draws the Public's attention to the following Prices for which they are selling BEEF and- MUTTON Rump Steak, 3d per lb. Sirloin Roast, 3d per lb. Roast Beef, 2jd per lb. . Beef Steak, 2-^d per lb. Corned Beef, Jd. per lb. Corned Round, 2^d per lb. Leg of Mutton, 2d per lb. Loin of Mutton, 2d per lb. Chops, 2d per lb. Quarter of Mutton, I.-^d per lb. 1 Hind Quarter of Lamb, is.. Fore Quarter of Lamb, Is 6d A TRIAL SOLICITED. BURGESS BROS., Butchers, Shield's Lane, Molong. id o rr ? TO THE RESIDENTS OF MOLONG. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, — Thanking you kindly for the support you have acoorded during the past 10 years 1 have been in business in .Ylolong, and considering the great success of my Cash Busi ness during the past four weeks, I have decided to V-'/i i STILL FURTHER, REDUCE I PRIGE BEE11 DVCtJT'i'...

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Electors' Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

' 'f ; Electors' Rights; ; ! : ; n / .'KibsUT ???? r' ??? : i-i't.. ? jA'sipppxJsMBHT to the Government; Gazibxtb ? '* Ka^be'eri issued containing anteuded regulations 'J ! under the Electoiar A6t.. It is provided, that electors' rights shall Be delivered 'bi; transmitted between February 25 a.nd March 30 inclusive. Any person whose name is on the general roll, ^ 'who 'shall not rece.ive an electors' right before - '? March 30. may appear -before the registrar of the. district to which such roll relates, on any, day' between March^.30 ancj , April ;14 inclusive, , and on -majtihg a declaration,, in ,Jhe'.. prescribed ' 'form-, and oh complying' with; certain' other : bon- ditions and requirements, shall be entitled to receive from the Registrar a duplicate Elector's right. Regulations relating to this matter pre viously gazetted haye been repealed. The ? work of distributing the electors' rights will thus; be commenced without delay. Those jn . the metropolitan district ., will be d...

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How to Market the Corn. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

How to Market the Corn. As: butcher's 'porkers, up to lOOlbs is a good way'; as meat curers, ntock, for bacon and haras, up to 250lbs. is h good way. Hut lot ? us see to the home supplies The tible of the farmer, who grows grui »», h»s mi'k ' enough for home use, and for the Gutter mid cheese of his own table, wHit-onie toHpme' for pig feeding, should be the best. feM man in the country. The pi«4 helps the- hnme i: keeping wonderfully. Ask the wife or daughter, at thin season, when she likes to have a nice ham, ami lations of bacon, mid eggs in plenty, if hucIi a supply does not make the biggest difference on the store hills, and also upon tlie better quality of food which she is always so desiiom of net ting upon the table. 'Y.-s, it pays to convert the corn into pork — veiy often better than to send it to Sydney ; and there may be las* bother about it.

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Molong P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

Molong P. and A. Society. The ac&u:.ped general meeting of the merabe^-'V-if'taf (lie above Society was held &t Hall laab Saturday after noon. Present — Messrs. J. F. Wynne (President, in the chair), Claude Smith, J. Haslam, A. or. Peterson, J. Parslow, senr., J. Johnson, J. Burges3, H. S. M. Betts, ancl G. P. Millgate. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the President said that, in compliance with a resolution curried at thu previous meeting, he had wrote the following lettei to Mr. East uiui (j — ? Copper Hill, Feb. 20th, 1854. A. D. Eastmure, Esq. Dear Sir, —A meeting of the P. and A. Asso ciation was held on the 17th inst., at the Town Hall, Bank-street, Molong, it was proposed and carried at that meeting, that you be requested to return the sum of fifteen pounds (£15) ob tained by you on the 12th of May, 1893, such sum to be paid into the Commercial Bank, Mo long, to the credit of the Molong Pastoral and Agricultural Association, ...

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The Wheat Season Again. DEPTH OF SEWING, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

The 'Wheat Season Again. DEPTH' OF SEWING,' &c. ' Most interesting, valuable tests wuli whea.t' continue to be made, aud reported on, at the.. American experimental stations. The fol lowing is; fiom Ohio, a famous maize and: whea,t section': — . ' ' DjeIpth for '(JoyERiNG. — In the average of four years .experiments wheat covered! 1 inch, or less jhasiproduced at the rate of 34 bushels per acre ; that covered 2 inches has produced 35 bushels. - and that covered 3 inches 34 bushels, d udgi'rig ft om a smaller number of experiments it does not seem advisable to sow dwepei- than 3 inches. ? DbxIiLING and LIolling. — In the . average of;, si#, years,, wheat sown, .with the.- i oiler- press, drill has yielded abo.uti.8 pei' cent, uiore-tban that sowiv with the ordinary drill. More or less increase has followed th« roller press' in almost every season, but a single dial 'has giveti results unfavourable to the use of the common roller after se.edin'g. Broardcasting v. Drilling. — B...

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Original Poetry. AN IDOL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

OriginalPoetry. AN IDOL. Beside fair Molong's township, thure„ dwells a, ! lovely maid, . , . , Her eyes are like the starlight whiin sparkling in the shade ; : . Her lips are dewy rosebuds, as sho trips it o'er the dell, . ; And her bosom'8 core is purer than vvorda of mine can tell. Had 1 met this maiden sooner, ecu storms had ULU930U|Uijr lilt? j. How I'd aspired to win her and make her my dear wife; . JBut since it has not been my lot to meet with such a prize, I'm pleased to have her sympathy —where all - my fond hope lies. Her goodness and her cheerfulness does all her trouble chase, ... Even from thig weary heart of mine an exile in this place ; Her talents ., and accomplishments are well , known.all around, May they ; shine forth till thev be known . biiruug.uuub Aiif nana a mounu. !May her path be strewn with roses, wherever she may go, May she never want a faithful heart , to shield, her from a foe ; May virtue ever guard her a? she w,onds her. way through life, ; And may ...

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Molong C.C. v. Manildra C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

Moloner G.C. v. Maniidra 0.0. The return match between the above cricket olubs eventuated on Saturday last on the local recreation ground. It goes as a matter of course that Molong suffered a defeat — an ignominious i one,, in this instance. The chronicling of the ! defeats of the local club is getting- monotonous ' to. us, and the continual perusal of same is just aboiit as tiresome to our numerous readers. If the Molong club cannot manage to put a repre sentative team into the field whenever it engages in a match it would be much better to nevtjr arrange a contest ; and if the members do not take sufficient interest in the ' grand old galme ' to exert themselves a trifle in order to take part in a match, what earthly use is there in having a club at all. It' would be much better to pick up any eleven players in town, and pit them against those teams who are de sirous of having a game with the cricketers of Molong.' Under such bifcumstances, a defeat Would not make the players the ...

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Questions by Dr. Ross in the Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

Questions by Dr. Boss in the Assembly. Mr! See, iri' ' answer ' to D(r. Ross, said,' i hut tee total uu tuber of votersY.eflrjOiled ' in the new electoral rolls for 1894 was 286,915, tbe total. enrolled under. .the old Act for 1893 was 316,653,!:a ^decrease; of about 10-3 per cent;- Ic, the city and': suburbs there were, under the Act ot iooU, IUd,2o4; uridefr the ,Act'6f 1893',' 88,231, a difference of .15,053. In the Q9.au.iify, there were, under the: Apt. of si 88Q, 213,3.69 voters, under the -,Act of '1893 198,68.4^ a difference of 14, 685,- giving a total difference of 29i'7 38; ? v! '? . ' Mr. Copeland, in answer to Dr. Ross, said that'a return 'would be prepared, .if moved for ju the usual manner, givi^g^jo^rmation as .to the area of lands leased and unleased iu .the Ceutral..Divis.iot).; but in moviug for 8uch | return it—should^ be^ distinctly 'specified whether such; ipfprma^ipn w,as sought only as regarded lands now or formerly held under .pastoral ;!\e^se vpi', ppcupatio...

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District Court. FRIDAY 2nd MARCH, 1894. (Before His Honor Judge Do[?]ke [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

| '[? ' District Court. * - «rj Friday, 2nd March, 1894. ' I , (Before His Honor JudaeDodVe' f The following members of the legaf- profession were present — Messrs; 0. G. Wade, P. F. A. Kinna, J. de V,. Pilcher, and Si* Kfcarney. - * Michael Casey and Charles Cooper (Trustees of the Orange Permanet Land Building Society) v. William Tlmrnbury and Henry Thornbury. Money due, £73 9s 2d. Verdict for plaintiff for £ Mr. J. De V. Pilcher appeared for the complainant. O&AIM *OR AGISTMENT. ? ' Lancelot Tarelkeld Lloyd (official assignee |in the estate and effects of Thomas Keenan, a bankrupt) v. George Millgate. Agistment of stock and mcney overpaid, £29 2s. Verdict for plaintiff, £19 2s. Mr1 J. de V. Pilcher appeared for com plainant, and Mr. P. F, A. Kinna for defendant. BKNSON V. BAXTER ANL SADDLBR. Felix Benson v. Baxter «nd Saddler. Damages for injury to horses, £100. Mr. Kearney for plaintiff. Mr. C. G. Wade, instructed by Mr. P. F. A. Kinna, for defendant. The following jury ...

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BENNETT BEFORE THE MOLONG POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

''BENNETT BEFORE THE MOLONG ? POLICE COURT. There was a large crowd of people at the Mo long Police Court on Thursday last, when William Charles Bennett appeared, on remand frpm Orange, charged with that he did, at Mo long, steal one hay ho se, the property of Edward Ewens, of Molonv. Mr. H. S. M. Betts was the adjudicating magistrate .'Mr.' W. E. Panton appeared for accused. Atr. D. M. M'Callum, J. P , acted as deposition* clerk. Mr. Panton asked for the case to he ad journed until next Friday week, 9ih March, in consequence of the absence of two important witnesses for the defence. The Police objected on the grounds that Ben nett had had ample time to summon the whole of his witnesses, and that the application for adjournment should be made at the conclusion of the case for the Crown, and not at the com mencement of its hearing. The Bench decided that the case should at leaBt be proceeded with till the evidence for the Crown was taken. ; Edward Ewens, sworn, deposed : Am a school ...

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W. J. WINDRED AND Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

W. J.. Wind red and Co. , report having sold -On account .of Dalgety and Co.,1000 ewes at 3s (cash) ; J. Black puri-haser. On account Bloomfield Bros., 733 wethers, at 3s ; J. Black purch»ser. Oil account J. Haslam, 343 wethers, at 3s cash; K. Fro^ley purchaser. - On account T. Byrnes; 1 Bob's Creek,- 205 ewea, at a satisfactory price ; J. Haslam purchaser. On account of J. McGowen, 64 fat wether^, at satis factory price. On account J. Haslam, 64 fat ?wethers, at 4s; J. McGoweu purchaser. _ On ac count T. Byrne3, ? 150 wethers, at satisfactory price; J. iiaslam purchaser. On account J. Maguire, quantity of drapery,, crockery- waze, and furniture. On account J. Mo Lean, 3 stud rams, at satisfactory price ; Mr. Quirk purchaser. Wo have'now under inspection 1U00 wethers, and 1000 mixed ewes and wethers.

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Slabs and Slices. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

Slabs and Slices. ' There were frosts iri Armidale last week. , Crows have badly attacked flocks of sheep ip the Yass district, v., . ' There are twenty rtieat freezing establish ,doe'nts in New. Zealand. ; ; Grasshoppers and-drougtit have destroyed all tlie grass in the ^Moree district. . The heart beats over 30,000,000. times in a year, and if it once stops all is oyer. . Tiie G-overnmeht 'Statistician estimates the I population of the 'colony to be 1;223,370. A cherry tree at Goulbur;n, ,3,0 feet in : diameter;- is said, to be .the largest in the. ' world. ? r ..'j The teut'makers.pf Newcastle are as busy as they can, ppgsi.b.ly be .iu .making tents for ; people bouad for.Coolgardie. ? , ,, ( Sydney'. and 'suburbs will bb represented ; jbyj't^arl^ ^O'.' .m,erab.ersf..in the next Parlia | jnent, which wiU consist of, 125. . ' ' Mi*. JWhu Pallock, of Witigham, has pro cured about 8001b. niore honey, this being the 'second tirup he has robbed liis bees this season. ; . ? Fresh pork,...

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Local Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

LocaliCommerciaiilntelligence. The following are tho wholesale quotations - . .. £ s cl £ s d Fowls, per pair.. ; '???„ 0, 0 9 to 0 1 6 Turkeys, per pair : ... 0 3 6 0 6 0 Geese, per pair.. r .. ... . 0 0, 9 0 1 6 Ducks, per pair. ...... .... . 0: 0 .9 0 1 6 Eggs, per do:«en .... ... 0 0 6 0 0 8 Fresh Butter, per: lb'... ... 0 0 7 0 0 9 Cheese, per lb... - ..}?-??- 50j 0. 4 ; 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb... J ' ...' 0 0 6 0 0 9 Honey, per lb... ... 0 0 3 0 0 4 New Potatoes, per cwt. ... -.0;? 3 6 0 5 0 Wheat, per bushel ... ' ^ 0 -2 6 0 0 vo Maize, per bushel; ? ? ?.- * 1 ? t 0 ; 0 0 0 2 g Oats, per bushel, feed; 0 2 .0 0 2 q Chaff, per ton.... ... ... 3 0 0 0 0 q Hay, per ton ... ?...' ' 2 '10- 0 3 0 q Pollard, per ton , .? ... 3 0 0 8 10 q Bran, per ton..-. ... ... 3 0 0 3 10 q

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ROUNDABOUT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

: ROUNDABOUT NOTES. mi ? 1 - — ? ? A . ? ? ' ' '? members of Pat liament who intend to liffj-J,. their, service's at -the, next general elec-', , tiuV^e' alrertdy preparing for the, fray. They are '?sharpening 1 their swords- — or in otKer words thinking, out their addresses, but-.it- seems to: rue they. are a bit too previous. It is not at -all probable that, the election, will take place before the middle of May at the earliest. .The ipHiie of electoral rights will; not be completed before the end of April, and then a little time is sure to elapse before the 'machinery ot the new Jjjiectorai .act f* set' ln mbtibn. No doubt it is a good thing. ? to'lidi thfe first in 'the field, but, after all,, that, counts,- for , very, little. Very frequently a w.hOybns been nursing h constituency for months is 'knocked out' by a candidate' who'comes with.a rush at the eleventh hour. The electors, top, dp -tiot seriously ' take up the tiling so early in the day. They are ' quite^-willing tojist...

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An Outrage to Good Taste. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

An Outrage to Good Taste. To ihe Editor : Sir,— I hope now that Alder man McGroder is agnin occupying the highest position his townsmen can give him, he will, at once, give orders to have that outrage to good taste removed from tho front, of the Town Hall. How any man with the slightest . pretension to cjlture could allow his name to be placed over a public building I cannot imagine. When first I saw the Molong Town Hall, it gave me. quite a jar. It seemed to -bring what should ,be an expression of the relnement of the citizens, i ? down to the level of a shop, with a signboard, ? / r - and this has not the redeeming feature of being useful. I hope Mr. McGroder will nut think ; that I have any objection to him or his name. Personally, Mr. McGroder is nnlcnown 'to me. I' should express the, same opinions whatever name might be flaunted in the way this name is. It is an infringement of, good taste and it. ought to lie removed. — Yoiira etc., CbLxcrup.' ' 27tli '? ? February, 1894. Mr....

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