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Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

,t Calendar For Next Week. - - ^ ? ':---\ SUN. MOOK. 1 I- I:-.'; P:_ Rises; , Sets. Rises. Seta. a.m. p.m. p m. a.m. Sunday ' 5 57 6 23 9 30 8 6 Monday 5 08 6 22 10 39 8 42 Tuesday 5 59 6 20 11 50 9 25 Wednesday 6 0 6 19 am. 10 15 :'. Thursday 6 1 6 17 2 7 11 15 Friday 6 .1 6 16 3 8 a.m. Saturday 6 2 6 14 3 57 0 24 Moon's Phase. -First quarter of moon, March 13, at 10.37 a.m.

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

1 . ????': ???-., ?,.?... Molong Hospital. m ~ I The monthly meeting of the committee of 1 the Molong Hospital was held at the Town k Hall on Monday evening. Present — Messrs I C. Sica^/fWii1 (President, in the chair), J. I BlackvSC G. Finch, J. G. Donaldson, G. I Packham, J. Cottei, W. Cahill, J. P. Patoii, I p. lM'Calluni, j\ F. Wynne, G. Garlick, . A. I Parker, J. M'Groder, and Dr. Browne. ? MINUTES. E Minutes of the previous meeting were read 1] and confirmed. 1 YISITINQ COMMITTEE'S RKPORT. If The Visiting Committee's report was read I as uader :— U The Committee visited the Hospital on the 1 9th and 23rd February, and 2nd Match, and on Ij each occttsion found everything in satisfactory H order. On the first visit the Matron refetruti M to (he report published that the body of a late If patient had been coffined in a seuu-inide state. H She emphatically 8t»ted to the Committee the M report was untrue, that she herself had washed H the body, and that it wus dressed in a long uigh...

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

loo'-wnsr .a! o- -a. i isr i JO THE RESIDENTS OF MOLONG. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Thanking you kindly for the support you have accorded during the ?L* past 10 years 1 have been in business in Moloug, and considering the great success of my. Cash Busi ness during the past four weeks, I have decided to STILL FURTHER REDUCE i PRICE ? OF ? BEEF &c DVCTJTTOiT. THEREFORE, ON AND AFTER MONDAY NRXT, -5th MARCH, THE FOLLOWING WILL BE THK RETFAXZ* PRICES : Rump Steak, 3d per lb. Beef Steak,-' 2^d. per lb. Roast Beef, 2£d per lb. Chops, 2d per lb Corned Beef, 2d per lb. or 8s per cwt. Corned Mutton, Id per lb. Hind Quarter Lamb, 2s. Fore Quarter Lamb, Is 6d. Pork, 3d per lb. Veal, 3d per lb. - Sausages, 3d per lb. WHOLESALE PRICES. Mutton, by the whole or Half Sheep, i^d per lb. Hind Quarters Mutton, 2d. per lb. Fore Quarters Mutton, ljd per lb. Hind Quarter Beef, l^d per lb. Fore Quarter Beef, l£d per lb. Bear in mind these Prices are for Cash. Only. CH ARLE8~L ATJER, WHOLESALE AND RET...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong C.C. v. The "Stores." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

Molong C.C v. The 'Stores.' On Wednesday afernonn the test mu'ch lintweeii tea^s rppifsentii-g the local cricket clul- and stores employees w»9 played, and resulted in an easy win f-jr the former. The clukhasst'Cinvd t wo wins out of threp, yet, we hear, the ' Stores ' are satisfied that', they ciin defeat \\w club, and me anxious mul , 'determined, to huve. anolher'-»o' nt tliem.'- Th« following are ihescores in Wednesdrt)'s m-i(ch : — M0L0N0 C C. J. Atkinson, b C. Parker ... ... 19 D A. Gilseiiiui, c T. Moris, bC. Parker 2 E. Ewons, c T. i\fi-tris, b C. Parker ;.. 0 E. Maker, b C. Tarker ... ... 21 A. W. Tempest, h.o.w. b Oli,uke ... 0 ? C. Legh, c Eteverirlgfl, b French ... 4 .7. Keeiinn, b C Pa'rker ...''' ..; 21'S, H. Ohi|ipindall,not out ? .... ... 28 '.,' G. H. Davis, b Clarke ... ... 41 E. Robards, h Fiench ... ,.. - ; .-., j4- E. Finch, b Clarke ... ... . ..i 'o Sundiies ... ... ... 8 Total. ... ... '...'148- ; '? STORES. A. GiUnnd, b Robnn's ... , ' '.'.', 11 C.-Claike, b ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

. ,. /. , - J. S. LEKDS AND Co. \ , . Fat Cattle.— About 85 yarded. Market dull, ,:, about 20 turned out unsold. Best beef made v.' 10a per 10.01 bs. Middling quality difficult to sell. ?i'. We soldi— ' : ? ?;??????_ ??';'?'-' ? \ ?- 22 bullock?, for MesRrs. O'Leary firoBi.'BIayney, ? ? averaging £2 10s. . '; : ; , 10 steers andiheifera tor Mr. Nonnemacher; 12'bnllocks and cows for Mr. Joseph Wright, £3 15a. ???? .-.. ... -,. .; (ii ;: i .-. ?, 3 bullocka for Mr.. G. McKay, Colwood. ?\. Fat Sheep.— Market ifirrn at last week's prices. a -- - v-lFe sold 15.0 ewes for Mr. H. Osborne.i Bangaroo, at 3s Id ; 100 wethers for the Executors J. Hol .--?.. man, Cadia, at 4s 3d to 4a 5d. '?'* -?, Orange, March 5th, 1894. .. \, ^ ? . ?

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Open-air Fair and Village Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

I Open-air Fair and Village Festival. w& ? ' — — — ^ ? mOs Wednesday next a novelty, as far hs Molong His concerned, in the way of an open-air fair nnd |I village festival will be held on the Recreation ||Groiiud. The affair has been organised in con linecuoii'with the local Wealeyan Church, »nd lithe promoters are working asHicluoviaty to brim; ^the i'lnoviitiou to a successful issue. As addi lltional attract ions to the festival, a cricket match ^between the Molong mid Miuit'dni cricket cluba gland a lawn tennis tournament have been H arranged, and will be pkyed on the grounds. Ii Frizes will be awarded to the beat lady and H gentlemen tennis players, and also to the best H batsniMi and bowler in the cricket match. In ||j the latter event, a trophy will be yiven to each H side — that is to say the highest scorer ,in the match m wilt obtain a prize, and the best bowler on the H opposite side will j»et one. The cricket match H and lawn tennis tournament will commence ii at 1...

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

M Molong Public SchooL EM ? ♦— ' ? IMiiv annual examinatioa of the above school ||iy Mr. District Inspector Long took place Ijist week, and it is pleasing to note the gene mLl rest^lts o£ same show very commendable aHrejc^jifeiice, and efficiency on the part of Mil o^7ipned during the past year. The JtKHtniuaiiou shows the school to be in a f&etter stnte of proficiency than ever whs the Iftse t)efote, f^r no lean than 40 pupils, out of If possible 49, guined certificates in accord ance with the Pu blio Instruction Act. The flesu'.t of the Inspector'ii Hcrutiny must cer tainly be grHtifyint» not alone to the parents, ibiit teachers also who are to he complimented ihpon the grertt succphh which Iihn attended fftlieir Uhours of thn pant 12 months. ? In our Mi^xt issue will be published the nnmes of the Scholars to whom cHrtiHcxten were awarded, |ifco-»ether with the result of the examination Win the vuriouH clanseR.

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

Hamilton ^ Horsley, TAILORS X OUTFITTERS. :; ,243 Pitt-stret, Sydney, BEG- to inform tlio residents of Moiong' ami dis-' trict that their representative (Mr. Gr. 0. Horsley) will be at Molong on or about the' I9bh ' March j and may be interviewed at Sfcockwell's Hotel.' They also desire' to inform .t'.e public 'illnit they have opened a splendid assortment of NE'W SEA SON'S TWEEDS, COATINGS and SERGES, spe*' cially selected by Mr. Hamilton, who Has had. a life's experience-in the city trade.- Having secured!1 the^, services of reliable and competent. Cutters, who have a well trained and efficiont staff under them, they « are prepared to turn out only first class work, fit and stylo guaranteed ' *? ' ,? ?} - SAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR THE FIRST-' ' i - ,CLASS TATLOHS. . . - ' t, ,» ♦ . ,_ — ;if ; rii tj.;;;!: All Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. OBLEY.— Impounded at Obley, on the 1st day qf March, 1894, from Wambangalang, by W. Brown, 1 Esq. :— Brown mare,, black points, collar-marked, 1-3 ove...

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

GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BEEF. BURGESS BROS. Desire to inform the Residents of Molpng tlint they have opened a BUTCHERING .'. ESTABLISHMENT ? ?-' '?'? ????'?? . —in- :-.: .', , ,..,; ../.; Shield's l*ane, j ; ,?'?? .- ??' ??-? . ? And draws the Public's attention to the following Prices for which they are selling BEEF . and, MUTTON i-r v '? ./ . ; . ,, Rump Steak, 3d per lb.. Sirloin Roast, 3d per lb. Roast Beef, 2Jd per lb.. Beef Steak, 2Jd per,' lb. ; ? --; -; '? Corned Beef, 2d per lb. ; | Corned Round, 2Jd';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'. Hind Quarter of Lamb, 2s. Fore Quarter of Lamb, Is 6d A TRIAL SOLICITED. BTJRGrESS BROS., Butchers, Shield's Lane, Molong.

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A Tyson Story. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

? , . , A; Tyson; Story.. ,, ........ As the Press just r now is. teesning with articles on the .jnillioniiire squatter, James Tys'oii, heVel('SHysva «vrife'r'to aiv exchange) is a slab fbr you:— 'A man of the name of Murphy took up a selection on one of Tyson's cattle stations. ? U|-on faking pps isessloh, Murphy's horned stock 'consisted of eight working bullocks and a cow. The first year the cow had two calves, life second year three ditto, and the, third- four. . The 'extra- ordinary fecundity of the selectors cow did not escape the notice of Mr. Tyson, but he siiid nothing. During the . fif th'~ '.year, ' seven of Murphy's bullocks $'\ed of plenro pneumonia, and last of all khe cow died also. B'it when calving season cume round the remaining bullock was. seen by the observant squatter to have twoc-ilves 'at foot.' Jimmy couldn't stand this «t any price. So, cal ling on the selector, he said. ' Look here, Murphy, I. don't mind your cow having a plurality of calves; bui that old ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Position of the Victorian Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

'Position of the Victorian Farmers. ? ^ The position of the wheat-growers of Vic toria, instead of being so very flourishing us some would have us believe, is ? becoming :ver,y distressing. The Melbourne Argus of Saturday says: — 'It is the revere 'to. pleasaut to note in the list of insolvents; t;h« names of three runners who have nleu at Horsham, oue of the reasons — and doubtless the principal reason — assigned being the low price of wheat. It is, expressed in different ways— ' low price of wheat,' ?/ inability ? to secure fair market for wheat,' and 'inability to secure good price for wheat.' These jf ail- i ures, we are informed, are '.only the precur sors, the exceedingly low price ofuwheat hav-: ing destrojed the power of mimy.:, farmers, to., meet their engagements this season.' FactH such as these cannot be very comforting for the. poor class of politicians who have forced this business into its present position — first, ; by speci'il duties encouragim; the farmer to krow w...

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

Molong Licensing District- I ? ♦ ? ? -~ i The; following notification appeared in the I Gazette, of the 28th ultimo :- — Henry I Subvuel Marsdeu Betts, J.P., and Claude I Smith, J .-P./' Esquires, to be the Appointed I Memlters : of the Licensing Court for .the I Licensing : District of Molong ; and John I Black, Esquire, J.P., to be the Licensing i Magistrate and Official Member ofii the said B Court. ? ? ?; ; I

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong C.C. v. Teachers Orange School District. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

Molong CO. v. Teachers Orange School | District. I -;— - — * ? w On Saturday, last a most interesting and j| , exciting cricket match was played between | *-he Molong. -Cricket Club and a team of | school teachers in the Orange School Dig- ,-?'?' | trict. Great enthusiasm was manifested in ' I the game, and the result was a large attend- . If ance of spectators — the largest that has been || seeu at any cricket match on the local 1 ground this season. The match proved a I Very close contest, indeed, the visitors secur- I ing a victpry by 'only one run. Appended I are the scores :; — Molong — First Innings. ; . ? McQuade, c West ... ,' ...31 Atkinson, b Stanford ... ? ... 1 Davis, b Stanford ... ...,. 0 Ewens, c Stevens ... ... 1 Tempest, o Bowyer ... '..'. 22' '? Legh, h Stanford ... \V. '0 1 ? Dogger, b- West.. ... '' .:.'? 2 . | Gilsenan, l.b.w... ... ...' 0 -? I Robards,, stumped Barrett ... 13 1 Chalmers, not -out. , ... ... Q | Finch, b Stanford ... ..1 2 § -. . Sundries ... .:...

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 JWanted, A HOUSEMAID. Apply Mb. S. MOSS, Tele graph Hotel, Molong. 1 Musical Notice. MR. J. FUltLONG (Organist of St. Joseph's B.C. Cluircli, Orange) begs to intimate to the m residents of Molong Unit he intends visiting the m district Once a Week for the purpose of Teaching g tli^Vianoforte, Violin, Singing, &c. .. For terms and 11 particulars apply to Mr. Bluckaitder, Chemist-, and f| Druggist, where all information may bo obtained. 1 Moiong Hospital. a ' ? I Tenders for Firewood. I T'EirDIi:RS arc invited for the SUPPLY of 20 I CORL-S BOX FlUEYVOOD, in lengths of ' 2ft. Bin., and must be sent in to the undersigned on or before 9 p.m. on MONDAY NEXl1, 12th Ivjarch. ' ? v fr , W. C. READ, ,.-' '.. !?, ;?.-; I I'l; ' ' ?' ' . ' Hon. Sec. ~[ADVBBTJSgMEllT.] Commercial Banking Company- of Sydney, '* '''': ' Molong,' 29th April, 1892. A. D. Eastmure, Esq., Secretary, Molong P. and A. Association, Molong. , Dear Sir,— I have now to inform you that the overdraft of the Molong P...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 10 March 1894

; Molong School of Arts. m ? ♦ ? . : m This annual, general meeting of the members i M of the Molong School of Arts Will^W held ; I this (Friday) evening. The following nomi- i M nations hav« been' received for the { various j m officers mentioned :— =?'' '?'??? ? ?? ? »? ? M President— R. P. Martin. : j I Vice-Presidents— A. S. ;BridekirkJand H. j I . H, Chippindall. ' | Treasurer — R. Petersen | | Secretary— W. G. T. Hard wick ' | Committee— G. H. Tempest, E. G. 'Finch, H. I Browne', D. A. Gilsenan, G. H. Davis, ! i C. Legh, A. Harcourt, W. E. Panton, I J. Rubie, H. S. Simpson,' G. :Black- R. \ I S.StokeH, J. Keenan, W. T. Martin, J. Black, O. J. V.; Leathern, C Parker, |l sen , C. Stookwell; D. M. M'Callum. t Auditors— D. M'Callum, H. Simpson, A. G. H ? Bereridge, W. E. Pariton, C. Legb, and |j Jas. Ruliie. I A ballot will only have to be taken for , I the election of eight committeemen and two {0}!v.\ f| aiiditarsi ' ' ' w -l\ ll

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

FOR LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c. ? ? Take a couple of Fletcher's Pills every second night ; they are a prompt and sure cure and give certain relief. j FLETCHER'S PILLS are a quick, sure and reliable remedy for all complaints arising Tfrom torpid liver, indigestion, weak stomach, and im purities of the blood. They are prepared on rational and sensible lines and do not contain a particle of calomel, gamboge, or any drastic purga tive, but operate by perfectly natural means by stimulating the liver and increasing the flow of bile and thus producing easy evacuations and natural catharses' without the annoyance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful substitutes on sale in many shops. None are genuine unless they bear the signature of F. Moore Clements on the outside wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have become such household words tnat imitations are frequently offered. We contend that this imitation is ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Rara Avis. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

A Kara Avis. Sir Henry Parkes was born in the parish of Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, England, May 27, 1857. In July 1839, he came out to New South Wales. ? bir rleury Jrarkes is only of years old, and came out to this country 18 years before he was born 1 So says, the Town AND Country Journal. The editor of the T. and C. has seen him since he gave the above information, and he, thinks he must have been misinformed.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

. MANILDR.A. ' ! JNews out this way seems to be nke money — very hard to find. First to fall |_back on the old topic, nevertheless an important one. The weather for the past few weeks bus been dry, and some of the late maize crops were ..beginning' to show want of vain, so that the shewers yesterday (Wednesday) were very acceptable. The rain does not appear to have finished' yet, as it is very muggy and thunder ing to-day. . Three teams from Parkes to Sydney passed through qn Saturday on the return journey. They report having experienced a lot of rain. They seemed quite satisfied with the trip financially, al though 1 do not think the horses would stand much more without feed. They had done this trip on grass only. On Monday night a public (if it can be called so) meeting was held to elect twelve residents to form the Manildra Progress Committee, and to hear a report of the past twelve months' work. The meet ing had been well advertised, and it speaks very badly of the interest the ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Cumnock P. and A. Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

Cumnock P. and A. Society. i ; ANNUAL MEETING. The annui.l meeting of the Cumnock Pas toral and Agricultural Society was held ou Saturday afternoon last at the Cumnock hall. Though the weather whs somewhat unpro pitious there was a very fair attendance of members. The chair was occupied by the President (Mr. W. Black, J.P.) MINUTES. The minutes of the previous annual gene ral meeting were renu and confirmed. BALANCE-SHEET, mi. _ rrv._ ? -_ l-I ? ? ? t ? .. ___ l. * 1 ' ? ? jl tie xreasurers uaiaucei-sii««i, wuiun whs read by the Secretary (M r. W. Newmarch), showed a debit balance of £23 7s 5d. On the motion of Mr. F. ,C. Stevens, se conded by Mr. J. Bruce, the balance-sheet was received. THE SHOW. The advisability of holuing a show this year was then considered. The Chairman said he thought the Cum nock P. and A. Society a wonderful little arrangement. Considering the bad season they had had last year he thought they had done remarkably well to come out with such a small debit bala...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

SOME INTERESTING STATISTICS. MUDGEE DAIRY COMPANY. -! The following is the statement alluded to in one of our 'Topics,' and was compiled by ? ' Mr. Donald M'Cormack, of the firm of Messrs. James Snndy and Co., Sydney, froru the - ' reports and balance sheets, presented to the shareholders of the Mudgee Dairy Company from the commencement of operations on the 5th March, 1889 up. to the 30th November, ' 1893. The. figures below are given up to the 30th November of each year : — 1890. 1891. 1892. L893. Kemarks'.' Average supplies Milk .per. day ... 2067 gall's 1150 gall's '1012 gall's 1603 gall's :355 gaill'Hn March '89 ' No. of suppliers , ??? ... 91 67 83 111 24 in March/ 1889 Average gallons to pound Butter .. 2.57 2.55 : ; 2.45 Average price for firstnine months per gallon. ... ... 3Jd 4d 4fd 3£d : . ' :: ? Number of separators ... ... 4 .i. '5 ' Added sep'r'tor 300gal- 3 Capacity per hour for five Sep's. ... ... . ? ' ' 700 gallons Tons per hour capacity ! - ^ Churns ? .... ... i,...

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