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Expenditure on Roads [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

Expenditure on Roads ; , , ? . -The .following amounts are set aside for expenditure during 1894 on the 'roads. 'jnieri- tioned : — Molong to Norah Creek, 10 miloR, £80: ' rMolong, via. B'nee, to Cargo, 24. miles, £200. .Cargo .tot Cudal, 13 miles, £210.. , Molong to Obley, 34 miles, £280. Molong to Warne Station, 20 miles, £1G0. Cargo to Canowindra, 14 miles, J230. Molong to Toogong, 25 miles, jS650. Cumnock to Balderogery, 20 miles, £160.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONDITIONAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

CONDITIONAL LEASES. Tho following have been gazetted at the rates per acre mentioned : — Land District of Molongi. Joseph John Job, Bournewood, Molong, county Gordon, parish Obley, 703 acres and 256 acres, 3^d.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Annual Leases Granted. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 3 March 1894

Annual Leases Granted. The following annual leases have been granted at the aunual rental mentioned : — Land District op Molong. James Sheridan Irvine, Cudal, 250 acres, county Aohhnriiham, parish Cudal, £ 2 19a 7d. Michael Teefy, Cargo, 60i acres, county Ash burnham, parich Bowan, £l7s 9d. Rohert Gersbach,, Cargo, 20 acres, county Ashl-urnh;iui, parish Cargo. £1. George William Taber, Cranbury, 240 acreP, county Ashbnrnham, parish Nangar, £1 5s.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Beaumont Family. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

The Beaumont Family. *: As will' be seen by, an advertisement in 'this issue, Professor Buaumont iiud -his talented family will upbear hc the School of Arts in this well-known aquatic performance this (Saturday)' evening. Of, a '..'recent perform ance of this company at. tho TiVoli Theatre, Sydney, the. Referee, oritic writes : — '.The- performance ki/Veu ... v».y th*» Professor and his two lady iHsintants exiVels iiy!' a long way anything of th« kind .: previously seen here, and should not be missed Ity any body. The ease with which Beaumont lies on the bottom, without overtaxing himself, for an almost incredible length of time, is remarkable, and only goes to show what man is capable of doing by practice and perseverance,' providing , he possesses the necessary physicial adapta bility. This wonderful SUB- AQUEOUS ; per- former balances a bottle of milk on on,e,-finger for some little time, then uncorks it and drinks the contents, putting the cork back again without allowing a drop...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Evans v. Evans. IN DIVORCE. A PERFECT BRUTE." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

Evans v. Evans. ? ? ♦ ? ; : ? .;.;._.'': IN DIVORCE. ' ' -:: f ? '' A PERFECT BRUTE.?; ^ ^ -'][ On the 1st instant, at the Supreme Court, Sydney, in Divoice, Mr. Ralston appeared for the petitioner, John Evans, and Mr. Whitfeld appeared for the respondent Louisa Evans, *ho pleaded that the petitioner had been guilty of connivance. This was a suit for divorce or, the ground of adultery. Issues had been settled on behalf of the respondent' as to whether the petitioner had been guilty of neglect aud misconduct as conduced to the adultery, if auy.; The marriage took place on 5th September, 1888. The peti tioner is a farmer living at Reidy Creek, in the Molong district, and the co-respondent was a labourer, who had been in petitioner's I employ. Evidence of the adultery was given. The petitioner was cross-examined to show . that he had been very cruel to his' wife. After hearing the evidence, the Chief Jus tice said he foiirid that the wife had been guilty of adultery ; but' at the same ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Central Division Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

The Central Division Leases. ^ ? To THB Editor: Sir, — During the discussion on the Central Division leases in the House on Tuesday, it became apparent that the true.; principles of. Iain/' legislation were beginning ! - to l-e mure correctly ^understood than for merly, and there can Jje no question that this fact, will' exercise considerable .influence on the fuijire policy, of Parliament in dealing .with the unalienated lands of the colony. It wag also clear tiiii't thpre existed a Htrong feeling in favourof the Crown. -lessees in the Central division being granted an extension of their lenses for portions of the Ian i 'oncn pled by them, with permissive tenancy of the remainder until selected. This is encouraging, especially Mr. Copeland's declaration ! to, the effect that it woold be the duty of the Legislature of the future to disallow the alienation of any portioti of the Crown lands of the colony except on conditions framed to ensure continuous residence oh the same. Legislat...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Paying for Others' Mistakes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

Paying for Others' Mistakes. The following from the Armidale Chronicle illustrates some of the hardships of a^setfcler's life:— A selector in this land district some, time ago took up land to the full limit of 1280 acres, which have been duly surveyed, passed, and approved by the Land Board, was fenced in and other improvements under taken. Some months after the selector had felt the satisfaction of knowitig that all the.. Conditions had been fulfilled tip to date, and believed himself to be confirmed in peaceable possession of his two square miles of land, he received notice that afj;er all there was something wrong about it — that, in fnot, the land had been wrongly surveyed. -This, how ever, did not seriously 'concern him at first, for he naturally concluded that, as he hud not surveyed it himself, it was not 'his trouble.' But he was soon undeceived. He had got over 70 acres too much enclosed by his fence, and as his boundary was not, 'therefore, legally speaking, fenced, the. w...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Special Cheap Excursions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

Special Cheap Excursions. w The extensive manner . in which the last special cheap excursion to Sydney, was post poned has*5iidueed the Railway Commis sioners to arrange for another, which wi}l leave Molong at 6. 20. p.m.. on Tuesday, the 20th ins,t., the fares to Sydney and back being 29s nrsf-class,: and T4s 6d second class. The tickets will be available for return by- ordi:: nary train within a fortnight. A similar train will leave Sydney for Western Stations at 3.25 p.m. on the 19th inst. In connection with the. Easter .'holidays,- tickets, at holiday excursion, fares, from all stations to all sta tions, will be issued from the 19th to the 26th inst., available for return until April 9.

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Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

Oanowindra. FHOM A. COKRKSPONDENT. At a Progress Committee meeting in the School of Arts, it whs resolved that the members for tbe Cowra electorate, Messrs. ( Donnelly and Jeanerette, be requested to apply for & grant of £600 to form and .metal a portion of road, now in a bad state, be ' ' tween Canowindra and Cowra, also for a Special graut for repairing or erecting of a bridge over the Belubula at Canowindra, the . present one being unfit and dangerous for 'traffic— The necessity for a Government tank, midway between Canowindra and ; Gowra was pointed put, there being no water -''?' available on the road, a distance of 20 miles, ': excepting from ; private] dams belonging to selectors. A letter from Dr. Ross, re gran t : ing of Recreation Ground, was read, and the following gentlemen were nominated as trustees for same : — Messrs. R; Rice, T. J. Finn, J. Kerr, T. Kirkland, and J. Boyd. — -A motion to bring Canowindra under the Town's Police Act, was negatived, it being con...

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An Insulting Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

An Insulting Letter. ? -^ ? Immediately aftei the calling on of the case Quirk v. Millgate at the Small Debts Court on Tuf-sday last, the Registrar of the Court (Mr. H. H. Chippindajl) brought under the notice of the Bunch an official letter, couched in m.)St insulting terms, which he hail re ceived from Mr. Quirlc, snlicitor, of Welling ton. The communication was in reference to the itJHiie.of the summons in the cuse men tioned, Hn-l it iippears that simply because Mr. Chippiniiall declined to break the official regulations, and ismie a summons on Mr. Qiiirk'n'triiHrintee of costs, the limb of tha law ' let out' in a most, uugentlemanly innnner, and in terms too clear and emphatic to be construed as meaning anything other than that Mr. Chippinrfttll was a dishonest public official. The Bench expressed theui : solves in strong terms of. . condemnation of such conduct on the. part of the attorney alluded to (who was in Court), and bore high testimony as to the irreproachable characte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

Consumers op Wax Vestas must be careful to 1 , see hat they get Bryant and May's only, which are I the very best in quality and twenty per cent, more 1 in quantity than the foreign-made wax vestas 1 Bryant and May's Plaid Wax Vestas are made only I in London, and have been awarded 19 PaizH I Medals for excellence of quality. Every box of I Bryant and May's, Wax Vestas bears their name, on a white ribbon, inside the well-known red, blf'pk || and blue star trade' *mark. Ask for Bryant tfad I] May's Wax Vestas, and do not be deceived by the If inferior article.* ' If

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

Municipal Council. ? : — ♦: ? . The ordinary meeting of the Molong Muni cipal Council was held on Tuesday last. Present— -,His Worship the Mayor (Alder man M'Groder), Aldermen Beveridge, Parker,, Couch, and. Louer. ' Absent — Alder- men Black, Millgate, Packham, and Win dred. ....... i MINUTES. The minutas of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. . . Correapondencs outward was read. . Inward :— From the Ro'ckdale Borough . Council,, asking that the following resolution he submitted to the Moloiig Municipal Council :—r .; . That, in view of the widespread depression existing at tha present time and the consequent decrease in revenue by reason of the inability of the various Municipal Councils to collect their rates to the same extent as usual, and in order that as much employment as possible may bo given duririij the approaching; wintor, and thus -mitigate- in some degree the distress which must otherwise become aggravated, the Government bo asked to place on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

OPECIfib I JOSEPH PALMER & SOnT^ I . ? SHAKEBBOKBBB, 1 ,98 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. 1 (Members of the Sydney Stock Exchange),' W have buyei-s of ' 1 FIXED DEPOSIT RECEIPTS. 1 ? Debentures, Bank Stock, and all Investments and i I Mining Shares negotiated. i 1 Money to Lend! £50,000 TO LEND \\ LARGE OB SMALL SUMS, ' PB0M FIVE PER CENT.. o» TOWN, STATION, DAIBY \ OR C.P. PROPERTY. j D. A. SMALL, \ \ ? ' 10 Wool, ExcnAKOE, | j Macquarie Place, Sydney. i i m^m WILKINSON'S I I 1*1/ SPECIAL LIQUEUR ? * wf'y ' WHISKY AND COATES' PLYMOUTH GIN. , . , [ESTABLISHED .100 YEABS.] ' ', COOPER, NATHAN &_CO., Sows Agbnts, ) 201 Clarence Stree't, Sydney. - AGRE AT SUCCESS. | The business done in the City an8 many parts of our Colony in the ' Popular' Blend- and our other i Teas has been snch a marked success that we hav« determined the public throughout all our distant country districts shall be able to obtain this really j Marvellous Tea, the 'Popular' Blend, at 1/- per : pound, as ?well...

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COMMON'S TRUSTEES MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

COMMON'S TRUSTEES MEETING. After the business of the Council had been transacted, the Aldermen sat ai trustees' of the commons. Beyoud the reading and con firmation of minutes, and the reception of the ranger's report, nothing was transacted.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

A peculiai- charge was heird against an ? ice creuj vend -r iinnind rlnnry FiHher at the ; ? Cadton P-ilice Couit, VictoriH,:on Friday. '\ 1 He diHtm 'x'd the con^io.'atinn.of St. George'i \ 1 Church liy ringing a, IihII, at , the door and ??:. ? bawliii', out 'ion. cream', while the service ).? was ori-in(r-i-n., : ... . .,-, ' .. -. . ., * 1

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The Council's Solicitor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

The Council's Solicitor. At the meeting of the Municipal Council on Tuesday evening, Alderman Lauer asked the Mayor if the Council's solicitor was acting rightly in gi*ing advice to any alderman of the Council on municipal matters. The Mayor : Yes, 1 think so. Alderman Lauer said the reason he asked the question was because Mr. Millgate. as an alderman, sought certain advice from Mr. Kinna (the Council's solicitor) regarding the municipal by-laws. The speaker then went on to say that the ex-Mayor (Alderman Black) had said at their last meeting that Mr. ELimm charged £2 2s to appear in each enso the Council took into Court. At the time he (the speaker) thought that ridicu lous, bat Alderman Black w?8 sure about the matter. Ho-yevei., he could show the Council that .Alderman Black was altogether wrong in saying *hat he did.- At the last Municipal Appeal Court, Mr. Kinna ap peared in 49 case-;, and all he charged was £5 5s, and in other chsos that he conducted his charges were not anyt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

AUSTRALIA'S NATIONAL, , . BESTORATIVE - , CLEMENTS TONIC RESTORES, VIGOUR, HEALTH AND VITALITY OF YOUTH. CURES WEAKNESS, ? ? LASSITUDE, ? DEBILITY INDIGESTION, PR0MPTL'Y AND PERMANENTLY, BEWARE 'O&- IMITATIONS;1 Mr.~W. R. Welsh, Pine Valley Hotel, Cooma, N.S,W^.'-whlo writes on May 18th, 1893 :— 1 have suffered severely for the last three years with, severe 'bilious attacks, headache, neusea, pains, in the stomach, sleeplessness, loss of appetite and [energy, ; j etc. Reading aud hearing so much about the cures ;; j performed by Clements Tonic after other remedies j | failing, I resolved to try a bottleor two. Finding ' relief from the very first, X -resolved to give it a fair test, and continued taking it until I had used seven or eiejht bottles, and I am happy .to say it entirely cured me of the above complaints. .'lam 1 as well now as 'ever I have been in my life. If this I letter is of any benefit to you you are at liberty to give it every publicity. — 1 remain, yours si...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. Henry Harold Septimus Chippindall, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. '.vi . . ? ? . ? * ? r; ? - Henry Harold Septirana Chippindall, J.P. A great number of country people were greatly disappointed last Fri«lnv night week, on learning, on arrival at .Molong, that the Princess Opera Company did not intend to keep1 its engagement to perform here th«t. evening. Some folk had travelled ofrer 20 miles to be present at tho performance. It is stated that Mr. P. L. Ooonan, nt one time mem her for Forbes, will content the--M constituency, now known as the Ashhurnham EJectorate, at the forthcoming parliamentary election. After a considerable lot of trouble, Dr. Ross, M.P;, has succeeded in obtaining the promise of the Minister f--r Education to have gas.laid on the residence of the loci school master. . The Pont Office and railway station next, Doctor, please. Only foui gentlemen put in an appearance on .Wednesday at the P. and A. Society's meeting, which was ndjonrned sink die:. j^h old resident of the district, Mr. George Edwards, expired o...

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They Say: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

They Say; .. (Collected by ' The Chattbiu^k;')/ ^j {T That theie will l-a a grund unitetl ^schoolsr ' (liotiic near t!»« Baptist Church, Bucrible, on j EnHier Monday. ! That poveral State schools ut-euriuini; with | the Baptist Sunday School in this mutter, jj ami the resnlt will be a great gathering on i Rasti-r Monday. Thab (he footpath opposite the Salvation Army Bunaclcs requires the attention of the Corporation dnyinan. It is in a ilangerous smtH. A f'\v wef'lcs back,, on Alderman ] Lttuer's suf»»pstiot), the matter of continuing the kerbing across the gateway in fiont o£ the htiiT&ckH was referreil to the Works Com mitte?, Imt nothini; further Iihs been heard on the matter. I think it's just aliout time, the committee woke up and performed its duties. [Yes, so do we. — Ed] That the Princess Opera Company lost a £40 house by not fiiln'llinn; its en-;a«nment to piny at Molong last Friday evening. That the coming annual mealing of the Molong Racing Club bids fair to prove...

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

I m\ Important Notice. | ^BEAP^KEAD ! IN consequence of the low price of Flour at the 'present time, I am enabled to. allow my Cua I toniers and the General .Public to pain the benefit I of aGHEAP:.LOAF OF BU.KAIV. Henciv I liuve I determined to .RBDIIOB the Tariff for tho ' Staff' I of Life' at rav Kstablishmpnt, and on and after I ^MONDAY NKXT, -26th February, 1894., the price I —at Bread will be I \2id. PER 21b. LOAF. ? Thanking my numerous customers for the liberal I support extended ni« in the past, and soliciting ? a continuance of same in the future, I fruiterer, ^Raker and (Confectioner, I ?'? BANK STREET, MOLONG-. I JITTERS ALLS1 I Monster /Prize .List. ? SYDNEY CUP, Marcli 26—25,000 Subscribers' at ? 5s earli. I SYHN ICY CUP - 10,000 Subscribers jit 10s ench. I WNAL HANDICAP, March 31st— 10,000 afc os. I SSaR'JH HANDICAP, Brisbane, March .-24— ? j -,'? 10,000 Subscribers at 5s eurli ? ' BIRTHDAY, -0Ul\ Kami wick, May 26— 50,000 M .'Subscribers at 5s raclr. ' M BIKTHDAY CUL...

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