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

? ^ ; --'t j ' ? s t'.1 ??? ^ .t-r.l : One.unh -|)p;v)(i!!fli'\')i l.ii.aj »,r;,Coqlgai;die, the ? ; other day iiicked up ai-slab of. gold, weighing, . ; 52oz8,r, aijd.; tjie next' day. lie stubbed his toe against: a 33oz. nugget*. ? , or . ??? ? ; ?' ; i: Pi 1 ' -- j : . , , .mil y t-- CPsciflLi 'C, . JOSEPH PALMER & SOU, / ? SHAltEBKOKERS, ' ' ' 1 :96 PITT STREET, 3YDNEY. , ' (Members of the' Sydney Stock Exchdrige), ' !:'-'ii-. have buyers of - . FIXED DEPOSIT RECEIPTS. 1 Debpntures, Bank Stock, and: all Investments and, ..,j ' ' Mining Shares negotiated. ; '? MozLev £50,000 to lend :: ' ?--. »r.'/ V LARGE, OR SMALL SUMS, 'h: from pnrE per Cent.; oh ' ' ? TOWN, STATION, DAIRY , 7 i ' ' : , , OR C.P. PROPERTY. n;: D. A. SMALL,/ , ? .» i |T AW H f 10 Wool Exchangb,; j ??ywiwi .1. Macqimrie .Place, Sydney. (??P ?. - WILKINSON'S i . ^ I , Hi# SPECIAL liqOei^R !) 1 ' y ..... AND COATES' PLYBHOUTH GIN. . [ESTABLISHED 100 YEABS.] j ; jCOOPER,'. NATHAN .& CO., Soi,b Agent...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. The balance-sheet presented by the com mittee at the annual meeting of members of the Cumnock Pastoral and Agricultural Association, held lust Saturday, in, taken all circumstances into consideration, a satist'ac tory document. Considering the financial crisis of last year and the fact that the schedule for the last show was prepared on the expectation of receiving the usual sub sidy from the Government, which waa not forthcoming, the amount on the wrong slue of the ledger is very trifling, indeed, and the couinntue are to he complimented for bo: well steeling the Association through twelve mouths of unprecedented depression. The amouut of the Society's indebtedness at the present time is a little over £23. The whole of the improvements on the show groucd have l-een paid for, and the Associati n's property is now worth something like £500. In view of this fact, therefore, one can freely say that the P. and A. S iciety of Cumnock iN in a good condition. Undaunted ...

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An Abnormal Birth. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

An Abnormal Birth. A remarkable story of the birth of a phild with two heads iR (says the Melbourne Heuald) related a« having occurred ia . Palineiston-street, Carlton, lant we^k. The mother, accin-ding to a Htatement made.' by the .medical man in attendance, had .pre viously given birth to several children, ' tw« .'of them beintr now alive and in good health. The mother hail been delicate for some lijtle time, anil expressed the hel ief that she would not »et ovfii- her trnui-le safelv. Dr. -De BiiiX'h Griffiths, of Elgin street, was the medi cal attendant engaged, and he called in Dr. „ W.ils'on to assist him, After chloroform had been administered, and before the accouche ment sould be^ -effected,* - the- poor woman showed signs of heart failure, and spedily succumbed. . The surgeons tjien decided to deliver the child by means of the ccesarean operation. This was done, but the child breathed only for a moment or so. The child : presented . the extraordinary appearance of being pr...

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Molong Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

v.... ,, Molong Pira. Brigade. ? ? - SlH^£i por.jlast issue we have. been, .informed by. the Secretary 'pro tem (M r. E. J,. Hamey) that the, mamijid engine of the' Molong Fire Brigade w\ex ?ect'ed to reach here about the end of the month, hetoosfc of the engine, landed at Darling Hiirbour (Sydney), is £113. This is exclusive of duty. There is 200 feet of delivery hoie. 24 feet 'of section hose, 'two branches, two nozzles, and' other extras, wliioh will bring the cost up to' £135 ; and when the duty demanded , by the Government and the carriage to Molong are paid,, the subsidy of £150 will be pretty .well con sumed. 1?he brigade will consist of 15 men, and already several have signified their willingness to become members. As will bo seen by an advertise ment in another column a meeting for the purpose of enrolling members will be held at the Town Hall on Monday evening, when wo hope to see a good at tendance and something definite decided1 upou as to Tffhen drill will be commenced....

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Parkes Jockey Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

?./, , Parkes Jockey Club Races. The following privileges in connection with . the Jockey CI ti b annual races to-' be: held on Easter Monday , and Tuesday realised the following prices.: — Entrance yatea, £130; saddling paddock, £85 ;: grandstand, booth, £45 ; outside b.outh,y£39 ;? catering, £6 10s ; fruit stalls, '£22 ; race i cards, 17s 5d ; right to Taltersa|'l-s for1 12 months, £24 ; grazing right for 12' rriotuhs, £31 ,; total £399 15s. The eiitiiea ,are. veiy niimerouH. The plat-, form at the racecouise is completed. ,

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Pure-bred Lincoln Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

Pure-bred Lincoln Sheep. I Thh Hobart Mkbouet (Tasmania) says : — 'The Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agericv are shipping per Oonahi1 leaving Hobart to-day for Sydney, 16' pure lincoln rams, and 50 ewes selected from the well known flock of Chas. Best, Westbury, being the progeny, of direot imported stock, an i representing someof the finest pure Lincslns ever bred in Tas mania. Four rams are from the Dudding wluch ftrrivnd in t.hannlnnv hv f, I it* liarnnrt Wflat-hiirir in February, 1893. The. above shipment is to supply: private orders from New ..outh Wales, and were selected by purchasers.' Kegarding the above, it will be interesting to our readers to know that ?several 'of - these valuable sheep are coming to the Molong district, having been selected and . pur- ohi'Sdd by Mr. George Bruce. ot' Jjooinbah, who has been on a three weeks' visit to Tasmania. The object of the squire of Loombali in obtaining these sheep is to improve the size of the ' uarcas for the purpose' of freezing for ...

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The "Capitalist," [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

[?] ? ; # I I ri.il. ?To' giV6 sou)e; idea that' all id 'not'!hy6r! ski'tt'les' wit'h pastoV-atlistd— t hat he does ' ndt :- monopolise afi the good luck that' isf .mpyin^1: aboutr^rit is only necessary to mention tliie recertt experience of a couple of them! regard ing the safe' of stock. One uiari forwarded' a coupje of hundred fat bullocks to the'M'el bourne market. They were not prime, but 4-1 ? ? .. « — 1J —II ' tiidj wtJie wuctu (% uiibuun wuuiu uau guuu beef. He duly' obtained the' account1 sales, and .^discovered .'that after paying all charges' —railway f reigh t ,; cu.s;tq ni s oh a i ges, y ai;d d ties, comwission, etc'.--^lie'- received 18s per .bead. Tile' fexperierice, however, of the other wasiriot quite So saiti^factory. ' H'e' sent' a truck of lambs .to Sydney, and tlie account/ sales' showed a debit balance. Instead of receiyiVig anything he had to send a cheque to his Hell ing agent. There was, no doubt, a time in the history of New South Wales when. the squatter ...

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Baptist Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

' : Baptist Church. Services. To-Mobbow (Sunday) tho Kev. W. R. HiddlestO'i, singing, evangelist and pastor ; of Burton-street Tabernacle, Sydney, acoompanicd by Mr. \V. White, lPre«ident of the Baptist Association, will conduct' services as follows: — Manildra Hall, 11 a.m. Gregra Baptist Church, 3.30 p.m.; tiarra Baptist* Church, 7.30 p.m. Monday 19ih— Gregra, 3.30 p.m., and 7-3,0 p.iu, Tuesday, 2Utli— Ga.r.i Baptist' Church, 3 piiii,, and 7.30 p.m. Harvest thanksgiving' services will be held in the afternoon at the last two places mentioned, and gospel services, in the evening. The Rev. W. 11. Hiddle* stone has a, reputation as a speaker and singer, and , special effort should be niiidb to be present ' at ' the ? services. '

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Molong Public school. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

| Molong Public ochool. , /The: following is. the result of the annual (examination, held recently, of the above sohool-ViyiMr. District Inspector Long: — Fliisi' 'CLASS— Th'ree'divisions, in which the : ' ' * average mark for attainments was /..,;. taken. .Writing, arithmetic, singing, spelling, -fec., Scripture, object v lesson — good ; reading,; dictation, drawing— ^ very fair to good; needlework, drill- — verv! fair : attention, ex cellent ; general proficiency, very: fair to .good; SECOND CLASS. Dictation, : tables, &c., object lesson, sing Vngi— good ; writing: — very' fair to good ; spellings, meanings, drawing, needlework, drill— very fair ; reading, Scripture — fair ; arithmetic — tolerable to fair; attention, excellent ; general proficiency, very fair. LOWER THIRD. Dictation — excolleut ; grammar r— very good ;. reading; meanings^ writing, arithmetic, ibHject lesHon- singing, ' drawing, needlework, drill— good .; history, : Scripture — very fair ; geography — fair....

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Senior Constable Atkinson. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

8enior-Constable Atkinson Whiist many will be glad to heir of the promotion of Senior-Constable; Atkinson to .the rank of Sergeant of Police, we feel sure they will receive with regret the news of his removal from this dis trict. Mr. Atkinson has been, the officer in charge of the Molong Police Station foe the past four ye:trs, during which period he has proved himself to be a diligent and efficient officer and an estimable citi zen. He is about to leave now for l.ithgow, to wmcn piace ne naa Deen promo teu, aim it is quite evident that both by his promotion arid removal to such a centre as Lithgow, which is looked upon as the chief -place - in the western polioe district, the superior officers of the Police Dep irtment recog nise the- value of Mr. Atkinson's worth as a member of the^force. In His departure Sei-gemt Atkinson carries with him the! sjood-will and'esteem of the ; peoples of Molong, who wish him and his family every success in their new home.

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They Say: (Collected by "THE CHATTERER.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

They Sav: ;| (Collected by 'The OHATTEiiBii.') i r ^ That things are gHfcun^ no better very fast, and if no change occurs there's likely to be a continuance of the- HnuiK for sums time to oouie. [What are you giving us? — Kd.] That Mr. A. D. Enstmure had a narrow escape from being lodged into Eternity last week. That he was 'making across Boree Creeknh n sulky, some distance away from, town, when, only a second after he h.ul climbed tl5e bank, an immense flow of water swept over the crossing at a terrific force, carrying bouldera, trees, -and everything elao before it. That^if AD. E. had been in the midst oc it, it would have been a case of ' Gone for Ever,' as it , was his nervous system received a severe shock. ' . That the . cause of the dangerous unex pected, and roaring sea wa8 a frightfully heavy utorm further up the creek, which was flooded. That if new blood is any 'benefit theie ought to be an improvement in tho affairs of the Molong. School of Ails during tlio; prer,. sent...

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

Important Notice. CHEAP J5READ 1 IN consequence of t.lie low price ? of Flour at, the. * present time, I ami enabled to allow.. thy., Cim- - tomera and the General Public to gain the benefit of a CHEAP LO \ F OF BIM«AI-. llenee, I have- s ck'fcei'mined to KI? DITCH the Tariff for the 'Staff-.' of I life' at 111 v Establishment, and on and after MONDAY NEXT, 26ili February, 1801, the price of Bread will be 2|d. PER 21b. LOAF. Thanking my numerous customers for the liberal support extended me in the past, and soliciting' a continuance of dame in the future, R. THOMSON, Fruiterer, Baker and (Confectioner, BANK STUHKT, MOLONG. TATTERSALLS' Monster Prise List. SYDNEY CUP, March 26—25,000 Subscribers at 5s each. SYDNEY GULJ - 10,000 .Subscribers at 10s each. FINAL .HANDICAP,-, Miiveh.3lst.— lO'tHK) at o». M,\ BOH ' HA.NHIOAT, Brisbane,^ 'MaV.cli 2-i — ' 10,000 Niihsc.ribers at 5s,u?(i-:h. ;$? » BIRTHDAY diJlY lUnd'wicU, May' 20—50,000 ^ Subscribers at 5s each. BIRTHDAY CUP— lO.UiiO at 10s...

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

To be Let or Sold, WITH immediate possession, the Farm belong ing to Edward, Watkins, situate on the Nora Creek Bond, 500 aores well grassed - and: watery. Also, about 20 acres of Maizo may be; take'V—^i valuation if desired. Apply to . CHAS. , STOOEWELL, , . ? . ' Freemasons' Hotel, Molong. Musical Notice. MR. J. FURLONG- (Organist of St. Joseph's R.C. Church, Orange) begB to intimate to the residents of Molong that lie inteiids visiting the district Once a Week for the purpose of Teaching the Pianoforte, Violin, Singing, &c. For terms and particulars applylto Mr. Blackadder,- Chemist and Druggist, where all information may be obtained. TN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH 1 WALKS. PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the Will of GEORGE HID WARDS, late of Molong, in the Colony of New South Wales, Householder, deceased. APPLICATION' will be made after fourteen diiys-irom the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed deceased may be griuiteil.to He.vjamin Bowlbk and...

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

f ; -RARH AiNg; I N- ? :'~- SxjmMeR dEaPerI The Mew System so far appears to give satisfaction, and for the next FORTNIGHT I intend to give the Public some REAL BARGAINS in DRAPERY. All the ^SUMMER STOCK will he Reduced to Prices which will make everyone buy that wants to save Money, which are the: only kind of Customers. I wish to; cater for, and those who prefer High Prices and Long Credit will have to go elsewhere. I, : . ALL MY CHOICE STOCK OF ? .. Prints ^Zephyrs, Printed Muslin, Blouses, Children's Muslin Hoods, Ssc., Sso., , , ? ? WILL BE CLEARED AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES, r;' J ? LIKEWISE ? Men's, Women's, and Children's Straw Hats, «&e., Men's and Boys' Clothing at very Tempting Prices, viz.:— Boys' Knicker Saita, la 9d ... former price 3a 6d iV??' ,.»? ' 2a; V : . _ I- 3a 9d » -? 2a 3d' . ' . ' „ 3s lid ? ? j t ? „ 2a 6d ?' ' 1 ; „ ... 43 lid ..-- »- -- 3a 3d | » 3d ,, 3s 6d : ,J':: : L ,, ; . 5a Gd.„ '? ' Navy Sailor Jacketia, Is 6d « ; j ^A-lslLd,.1 Boys' and Y...

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The Case of Hay Ballantyne Mair. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

TJ$ Oa^e ;!of 'Siay'Ball'antynis Mair. At i hp!,.Orauge. Quarter Sessions on ? the 8 i.h ? install^-' -the- : case of Hay Ballatitynb Alai'ty-i x ..who tiffs' '.'GmriiiiiUed at' the. Mol.oug', 'Police' ^Coi^rt '.on '/a charge of disposing of. sheep/ MJ/i 'vch liadi .been -mortgaged by hira to Hill, Clarke;; and Co., was before the Court. w; ' ?The indictment set out that accused, on'' January* . 14tli, 1893, assigned by way(-(of;. mortgage to W. C. Hill certain sheep and the[ progeny upon certain land situated in the Gonlburn district. . ? That the prisoner . being . the grantor of the sair.1 mortgage'.' of sheep, and the' increase and progeny thereof after ; the due execution and reentry of the said .Aitorfcgagej, to wit on the 17th July,' 1893, at ^Buekinbah, did unlawfully and .without the written consent of W. C. Hill sell and dis pose of and cause to be sold and disposed of 1485 sheep being certain of the sheep aiid tne increase' and progeny or tne sneep tiy tne said mprtgage a...

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

CUDAL. So you are to have a rival to your sway, , A locat paper is to make its appearance on next Saturday . (to day) for the first time, so that our little town is. advancing. I need hardly say that I wish the enterprise success. Mr. Ardill lias been amongst us for the last week,, pointing out selections, annual leases, &c., &c., and, indeed, he, or somebody like him, was wanted badly, enough. He is staying at the Royal (Mr. Healy's). He has a mortal down oil the present Government.. IIh liolrllv UHRRPt.A t.llftfc Dibbs should h» imnoanl.n.1 for aiding the rankest swindle that ever, took placo : ! iu . the world. The Panama Canal, South Sea swindtes, and Warren Hastings must all turn palfr ' before the bank swindlers, the 'charted robbers, as lie calls them His great hobby is a Government. -Bank, and one Land' Law. The present Minister for Lauds, he says, is the most corrupt that ever held office— arid' a wool-scourer lias occupied the position. His motto, he assert...

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ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, March 18. Sfc. John's, Molong, 1L a.m. aud 7.30 p.m., — Licensed Lay Readers. Obley, 10 30 a.m.; Balderoijeryj 3 30 p.m. (Mr. HodgesJ— Rev. J. Alldis. Catechism; and Confirmation Classes, 4 30 p 111. to_5.{30 p.ui. St. Andrew's, Garra, 3 p.ui.: — ?Licensed Lay Beader. ' St. Luke's, Amaroo, 3 p.m.— Licensed Liy Beader. Good Friday— St. John's, Molong, 11 a.m.r Bev. J. Alldis. Easter Sunday (March 25). St. John's, Molong, Holy Communion at 7-30 a.m.; 11 a.m. (Holy Communion after Mat tins); 7-30 p. in. — Rev. J. Alldis. St. Andrew's, Garra, 3 p.m. (Holy Com munion) — Rev. J. Alldia.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. i, A supply grant of £35 was granted by the Wesleyau Ooiiferen'ce last week.tb the Moloug Circuit. Th» Western Champion savsr--' Last :week Messrs. W. McKenzie and W. Keast bought out one of the Kohri-noor tributor's shares for J235. A orushiug at the end of the .week returned them a dividend of about £40.' ' Bill' M'Ken zie also hud another slice of luck dui'iug the same week, when lie drew a winning horse iii a .local sweep on the Newmarket Handicap, ? /0 4 ll ? U., r»*a tf\ \\a puutioillix UVtJl uiuievjr. i 'O wovvwi »v «.v born lucky than rich. At the Orange Quarter Sessions, last week, Charles Cerouse who was found guilty of steal ing a quauity of wool from Messrs. Silverton and Hodge, of near Cumnock, was sentenced to 12 inouths' iinprisoniueut. For escaping from the lawful custody of Constable O'Neil, at Cum nock, the same accused was awarded a similar period of imprisonment. We can always tiud a little corner for a Cum nock item. The people out there are «...

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

V ; ? ? ? ? : ? I It is expected that the coats of the colony 's representation at the Chicago Exhibition ?will be less than .£30,000. Our praise bursts forth louder, yet louder, The more wt know Waugh's Baking Powder. SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. — Lnder tliedistinguis'ned patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per com munication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul-Gotieral of Italy at Melbourne, 14tli March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibition, .1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Univer sities all over the Globe. There are, imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products ofsimplo distillation, forming crude resinous oils. Iu order that these crude oils may not bo taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectlypure origin, as per information forwarded to u3 through the Consul at Mel bourne, 2nd March, 1878, we state : — It is...

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CIRCUMNAVIGATION. NOT CONFINED TO THE 15th CENTURy. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

CIRvUMN AVIGATIUN. NOT, CONFINED TO T1IK I jtli CEXTUHV. fiii; Francis Drake sailed from Falmouth, England, ih 1 577, and circumnavigated the globe, and after uniiy ' p'jrilo'iis a'dveiitures re turned to ''England ' in- 1580. (Jircuniiiavigation ? however, . -vas ;iij-fc, hi ought.;, to a , science ! until tho present pei)tui;3',, and strangely enough it , has attained to its greatest streiigh in Australasi', where tn'rbugh out the leiigth 'and breadth'' of the continent, itiie puhhci are circumnavigated l-y scoundrels m sheep's clothing who palm, off vile concoctions, which ih y place in enipty bottles which previously held the genuine Woife's Schnapps. Oiie way to prevent this is- to break the buttles after the genuine Schnapps has been used, and another is to buy whole bottles. ? : Over six inches of raiii have, fallen at Molong this,yeaj\ ... ,. , i j, ..... i- '

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