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

CANOWINDRA. The crushing from the London Reef, Boney's ' Rucks, at Mr. F. W, Smith's battery, yielded - 39£ ozs from 7 ton 5 cwt, being over 5^ ozs per ton. The shaft is down 250 feet, and the reef ' 1 -oks equally up to these last two crushings. The property, I believe, is changing hands, a syndicate having purchased it. Ihey purpose erecting- a battery, winding gear, &c., on . the ground. This will bo-, a good opportunity to prospect, the surrounding country, which is ? ; known to abound with auriferous deposits. The Blue Jacket Reef, at Belmore, is now ? being dealt with by a London syndicate. Should it prove successful, we may expect a more pros perous and stirring state of matters than pur late in experiences. . :. 6th March, 1894. , .

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

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. - CUDAL. .The annual meeting of members of tho School of Arts was held last night. The balance-sheet for the - past year, showing a' debit of £14 13s 5d, was: unanimously adopted The debt was incurred through adding additional accommodation to . the building at a cost of *over £30, which has been reduced during, the current year to the above amount, and will be cleared when the Government subsidy, now due; is obtained. The officers elected for the current year were — President, F. H. Piddington ; vice-presidents, 0. Campbell' and W. ? Hadley ; treasurer,: 0. Schramme ; secretary, T. Miskell. . - ? ! 8th March ,1894. -

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BEEF. c BURGESS BROS. Desire to inform the Residents of Molong; that they have opened a BUTCHERINC /. ESTABLISHMENT —IN— Shield's Lane, And draws the Publics attention to the following Prices for which they are selling BEEF and' MUTTOiT : — ' f : ? . Rump: Steak;,, 3d perilb1;! ;ku i . Sirloin Roast;, ,3d .p,er lb. ; Roast Beef, 2Jd per lb. ' Beef Steak, 2^d per lb. ? ;v \ ?. Corned Beef, Jd per lb. Corned Round, 2Jd per lb. - ?; Leg of Mutton, 2d per lb: . Loin of Mutton, 2d per lb. j Chops, 2d per lb. ? Quarter of Alutton, l-|d per lb. Hind Quarter of Lamb, 2s. Fore Quarter of Lamb, Is 6d A TRIAL SOLICITED. BURGESS BROS., Butche^^ Shield V Lane, Molong. J. G. DONALDSON DESIRES to thank his friends and the people of Molong and District for the., vej-y generous support accoried him since ho commenced business in; Molong., Encouraged by their support be wi'.i endeavour by strict attention to business and fair dealing to merit utilj more ...

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

*um'ed atMf'-Md' in the ' hapd# o! the Banks and other large companies. The Land Boards, he affirms, are playing anything but an honest part in the transaction. He designates them as ' the Tankest bugbear, chimera, and incubus that «ver- in- fested a country,' and expresses wonder that they j should bfl allowed to survive even a day. He asserts [ that if tlft Minister for Lands was not corrupt it is fippc&kible that his officers could be so openly dishoifeaf; and} the Lund Board has noted a real dis honest. pa*t, alike to the State and the individual — in fact, fining people even : a- pound for daring -to apply for land, and at the same cime giving it to others for nothing. He also contends that all the land granted iu the settled districts in the olden , times under the Orders-in-Council was illegal, that there was no law for so granting the land either Imperial or Colonial, and that it should now revert to its proper owners— the people, March 14, 1894. Hotice. IF BLACK MAR...

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Local Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

Local Commercial Intelligence. Thb: following aro the wholesale -quotations £ a d ? £ ? d Eggs, per dozen , , . .. , 0, t0 , ,8 to,0 0 10 Fresh Butter, per il).'./1' ' '.:.L ''0 ''d ' '8 '0 0 JO Cheese, per lb ? „?,i0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb.., ... ... ' 0 0 6 0 0 9 Honey, per lb;. :\ i*.; rj ,-OhjO 8 0 0 4 NeWPotatoes; per c'wt ?'?'*V..Al!-'0,'i'8 : 6 0 5 0 Wheat, per bushel ... ...gj;0. t2 6 0 0 0 Maize, par bushel ... ' 0 0 0 '0 2 0 Oats, pertbuiheli ifeedL, ^ ji. ioO i 2, : 0 . 0 2 0 Chaff, per ton... ... ... 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ... ... ' 2~10 0 3 0 0 Pollard, per ton' i-;.v ; ; «?;/.* 8 O ' O 3 10 0 BranViperton.., ^ ^ 0' Q 8 10 0

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Calendar For Next Week. SUN. MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 17 March 1894

,,' i . Calendar Por Next Week. 1.. : SUN., . MOON. 'Sues. Seta. Rises. Sets, .a.m. . p.m.. . p.m. a.m. Sunday 6 3 6 13 4 41 1 35 Monday 6 3 6 12 5 16 2 48 Tuesday 6 .4 6 10 o 47 3 59 Wednesday 6 5 6 9 6 13 6 7 Thursday 6 5 6 8 6 42 6 11 Friday 6 7 6 6 7 9 7 17 Saturday 6 8 6 5 7 39 8 18 \ Moon's Phase. Full moon, March 22, at 0.16 a.m.

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Advice to a Young Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Advice to a Young Lady To 'Miss-t — Faik lady, I have heard it said That you've got something in your head ; -, That there's a trouble on youiMnind, And I'm commissioned for to find, If possible, a perfect cure To ease your mind, both swift and sure. ;So toll 'me freely how- you feel, , Did any gent, attem jt to steal V ? ? I. ? ? ..V. ? ? ' ? l luut gunaiooo uoni u — — j' wu i uwtu oau yam i— « j ' And' then went mashing another girl? If so, and you take; my ai.i vice, Be careful of your future choice. If yon admire a foppish swell, Who sweet tilings to fair Indies tell.; , Whose head is empty, mind ip. weak With brazen front ai. d heaps of cheek ; Whose words are lies, whose promise false, Who apes the toff and jniiis the waltz Who buzz's round the la-lies g*v, Like bees in search of new mown hay ; Who sips the juice of their fair fame, And trifles with the sacred name Of female Purity, Truth, and Love, And even Bcoffs at God above. , With such as he hold no intercourse, Or 'twill...

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A Great Frozen Meat Carrier. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

A Great Frozen Meat Carrier. ? The steamship Buteshire,' which is now in Sydney, consigned to Messrs. Dalg'ety and Co,; is a new vessel on her' maiden voyage, J and is a sister to the Perthshire, which was heie'a few weeks ago. She ;is: 435ft. long,, 54ft. beain and 32ft. depth, w'ith gross measurement- of 6000 tons, and dead weight capacity of about 8000 tons. The engines are 'of,2860'indicated^ hor'se-power, and gave the vessel on her trial'' u speed of 12 knots per hour. She,, is essentially a great floating refrigerator, her holds being capable of carry ing 100,000 carcases of mutton, in addition to dairy produce or fruit. The vessel will load 10,000 carcases of mutton here, and 1600 tons of beef- at; Queensland ports, and; finish at New Zealand ports for. London. On February 5 a seiious accident, occurred to the chief engineer, Mr. James Small. Mr. Small fell against the electric lighting, _ma_ chine, which caused terrible injuries, consist ing of concussion of the brain, fract...

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Molong Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Molong Lawn Tennis Club. The annual general meeting of the members of the above club was held at the School of Arts on Monday evening last. Mr. R. S Stokes (Vice-President) presided and there was a fair attendance. In consequence of the minute-book having been lost by the late Secretary, the minutes of the last annual general meeting were not read. The trea surer's balance-sheet, which was read by the flhairmtifi chnu/Prl thp Rnn.inf.i7 fn hnvft !a debit balance of LI 6s Id On the motion 6f Mr. Chippindall, seconded by Mr. Finch, the balance-sheet was received. Officers for the ensuing year were then elected as fol lows : — Patron, Dr. Ross, M.P. ; President, Mr. R. S. Stokes; Vice-presidents — Drs. Fielder and Browne, Measis. Curie, Claude Smith, and Churchill ; . secretary, Mr. R. retersen ; treasurer, Mr. J. .Heenun ; general committee— -Messrs. Fiuch, Legh, and R. Tempest; handicapping and selection com mittee — Messrs. Legh, R. Tempest, and Petersen; ground committee— Messrs. P...

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Molong Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Molong Fire Brigade There was a fair attendance at the meeting held on Monday evening last, at the Town Hall, for the purpose of enrolling members for the above and considering other neces sary matters in connection 'with' the forma tion of the brigade. The chair was occupied by Mr. W. G. T, Hard wick. Eleven names were given in by those willing to become active members. The regulations and by laws of' the. Bathurst.'' .Fire '.Brigade were read, and though -it was - the desire of \some that the by-laws- and regulations to govern the workings of the local brigade should be adopted at that meeting, Mr. or. H. Davis pointed out that such could not be done. The Fire Brigades'. Act provided that no less than fifteen members, should constitute a brigade, therefore, as only 11 members were enrolled, a brigade was not in existence. The consideration of the by-laws, -Sic., was Miftn rlpfpt'rArl fr.ill a fnlnr-o maof.i nrv . VV, w... ^ v*. ^ u.ww will he convened as soon as the required numbe...

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The Drought in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

The Drought in Queensland. The drought in Queensland has broken up, and people are beginning to sum up the losses. They are such as to convince the most- sceptical that, all contrary stories not withstanding, the squatter's lot, like that of the policeman in Gilbert's Pirates of Pen ? zance, ' is not a happy one.' A Queensland, pnper says : ' One station near Mnttaburra, which 12 months ago mustered 14,900 head of cattle, can now return only 5000. An other, also in the central district, is short by 32,000 head, while a third has .lost 36,200 sheep, a founh 32,600, and a fifth 80,000 sheep; Others follow in rotation with losses of 108,500 sheep, 44,000 sheep, 18,000 sheep 3000 head of cattle, and so un. It will be difficult to comprehend anything more de plorable ; yet from the sout.h-west and the extieme west come reports which go to show the central records are not the worst. In the south-west two runs owned by one company have lost 62,000 sheep between them ; another on the Paroo ...

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Bathurst P. and A. Show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

:: Bathurst P. and A. Show. * We are in receipt of the schedule of prizes for the annual exhibition of the Bathurst A., H,, and P. Association, which is to he held on the 11th, 12th, mid 13th April next. Over L1100 are to he paid away in prizes in the 645 classes comprised in the schedule. The Bpecial attractions of the Show will un doubtedly be the hunters' and trotting con tests. The prizes in these sections are exceedingly liberal and should draw a large number of entries. L40 is the first prize in the Hunter's Plate, while L10 and L5 will »-e given respectively to the. second and third horses. In tho trotting events the prizes range fioin L10 up to L30. Competiiion should be keen in the sheep section, iu which there are over 50 classes. Two prizes of L50 each are awarded by the Association for the beat three meiino ramn and best three merino ewes, over 1^- and under 2£ years, shorn, bred by exhibitor, These prizes are to be won three times. Three separate en tries must Ite made ...

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

. DEATH. BENSON'. — On Monday, 19th March, after a long ?nd painful illness, at his reiidence, Belgrave, Malvern, near Melbourne, Robert Glover Ben son, aged 70 years and seven months, leaving a family of three daughters and four sons to mourn their loss ; brother to John Benson, Molong. He was a true brother and loving friend.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

CLEMI3NTS TONIC HAS STOOD THE TEST OF TIMffi. ? IS NOT QUACK' NOSTRUM ???? BUT A RELIABLE, ; ? L pharmaceutical preparation, POSITIVELY CURES 1 ' ' * INDIGESTION, . NELRALGIA, WEAKNESS, GENERAL DEBILITY, READ THIS CASE. Mr. Chas. Strange, hairdresser and tobacconist, Auburn Street, Goulburn, N.S,W.^.who .writes on May 23rd, 1893: — 1 have been a- great sufterer i from dyspepsia for tlie past two or three years. I have tried several so-called cures for the .above complaint, but never received any benefit from tHem. Hearing so much about Clements Tonic — in fact, I could hardly take up a newspaper but I saw the cures performed by your wonderful medi cine - 1? (resolved to try it, and I am happy to say t has performed a performed a perfect cure in me', »nd I can strongly recommend it to anyone suffer ing from the same complaint. — Yours respectfully, Chas. Strange, hairdresser and tobacconist, Auburn Street, Goulburn, N.S.W.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Municipal Council. The ordinary meeting of the Molong Muni-; cipal Council was held on Tuesday last. Present — His Worhip the Mayor (Alderman M'Groder), Aldermen Militate, Couch, Packham, Parker, Liner, jand Beveridge, MINUTES. The ininutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Outward communications were read and inward coriespoudence dealt with as under : — Fioia. the CrtUi|ierdown Municipal Council, asking tiie Couucil's co-operation iu carryiug the following resolution into effect : — ' That this Council petition the Government for the abolition of the system of taking, the Local Option Vote Bet forth in the Licensing Acts of 1882-3 ; and that the co-operation of the other Municipal Councils interested be in vited towards securing tho object mentioned in this resolution.' The Mayor said that he thought the motion a good one. The taking of the Local Option vote was a great nuisance, and no good results came of it. He could not nee that it wan of any ben...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

PUBLIC NOTICE. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF BEEF. BUROE83 BROS. Desire to inform the Residents of Molong that they have opened a 1 BUTCHERING /. ESTABLISHMENT —IN — Shields Liaffi©, And draws- the Public's attention to the following Prices for which Miev are selling BREF ' and MUTTON ' Rump Steak; 3d per lb. Sirloin Roast, 3d per lb. Roast Beef', 2-gd per lb. Beef Steak, 2-^-d per lb.: Corned Beef, Jdper lb. j Corned Round, 2^-d'per lb. 1 Leg of Mutton, 2d; per lb. Loin of Mutton, 2d per lb. ??? : Chops, 2d per lb. Quarter of Mut'ton, 1-gd per, lb. , Hind Quarter of Lamb, 2s. Fore Quarter of Lamb. Is 6d-; A TRIAL SOLICITED. Butchers, Shield's Lane, .Molong. - ? . -li II ii iMl ©

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

ITEMS OF INTEREST. ? i. ? ? On Easter Monday evening a plain and; fancy dress ball will be held in the Cumnock Hall. At the Royal Hotel, this afternoon at half- ..... past two, Messrs. A. D. Eastmure -fc Co. will put to the hammer the well-knowu thorough bred stallion, ' Storm Bird.' The cheap excursion to Sydney on Tuesday ' ' : , was taken advantage of by a large number of ,1' Molong people. Alderman Beveridge gave a pipe for the, . highest scorer in the cricket match, Moloug: ; i ; v. Meidow Creek, which took place last -? t i : : : Saturday. The trophy was won ? by Mr/ 1 Keanan, who put together 47 runs in the two' innings. A District Court will be holden at Molong on Friday, 6th July next. A social, iu connection with the Roman ,,, Catholic Church at Amaroo, was held last ;;- Saturday evening. The affair proved a great success. Several Moloug people were pre- ' ' sent. ? ; A number of the friend* of Mr. J. Wool ' bank, sen., of The Shades, had quite il jolly time of it at that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

PITVSIC.1 ' ITS, EAIILY OUIGIN. , . : . .? ..-Physic ,appearsttoJiay.e ^beep Jfi rs t il' Egyptian ptfps^.'y/Pxih^S^ explain, the iJhilQsophy^of, disease ft.nd'-.tho ?aqt^nV-of.-. uiodiouioumor«.{ifcfiftn);;live,'^/japfl3'^lj.35^fe^f,^S.Jt Chi;ist. y? it . is, ,, alM^ough^.no:^ _ generally, , . known, [thai; Wolfe s ? S.cli nUpp? j n'yi chqmisis„'a.nd j (huiggi&ts /a, s^ouific r ajgainsc, j i ^spepaia^rlnAigostion, LiyeVjv.^o'tii'plaints [and'-. ! iiiiroughyiit'. the, civ ilized world)( b(i\t' latterly envi'oua | i rivals e.' ' tried ,'to ''coinpetc^NiUlibugn without i-iiiccess Jvlfc ' is,' '? hoviroyer, n,c^ary;''that all who ' 'desire;' tne;' pui'c' gciniitie'-liyuoi*', especially ladie^' i wl'ien- niii'siug, br 'iuValids'who' use.it as a riiediiaine;1 ? i should' ^'bo careful ''to' 'buy - whol'4 bottles'J which ?' bavo not -been tampered -with. ' ? ? ?

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Cudal A. and P. Society. ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Cudal A. and P. Society ? . ANNUAL SHOW. The 6fth annual show of the Cudal Agricul tural and Pastoral Society was held on Wednes day and Thursday last. The Committee were, indeed, unfortunate this year in the selection ? of lates for holding the annual event, insomuch as Wednesday was an exceedingly wet day. From early morn until late in the evening heavy rain fell almost incessantly, and virtually put an end to the sh -w so far as the opening day was concerned. The judging of the exhibits in the pavilion and a few other things were at tended to, but the awards in the 'horse sections, the jumping, and trotting had to be delayed until the following day. No visitors to speak of were on the ground — in fact there really was no ?how at all on Wednesday. On Thursday, how AVAr. t.hft alampnla uaca nutru fiiimnt'Q Ma utirl the result was a big attendance. There must have been nearly 1000 people on I ho ground. All parts of the district were represented, and everyone seemed delighted -with ...

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One for the P.M.G. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

\ One foV th'ef P.M.G.') S ? (Mr. Kendall, sometime U')cle Sam's Post- ( j :mastei-General, j wishing... to obtain some in formation as to the sourqe of a river, sent ithe' following note to' a. village postmaster , M Sir,— ^ TJiisj tIeViAi'ibmeiifc' tlesires to know hpw..^ 'flir tlie \ Tom t1ij4.ee? ^ River , 'runs , up.— Yours ,, resp.eclfii! jy,' '..^tC.^.,.'By ietuin . mail canie, , ??] Sir/— -The Tonilugee Riv er does 'not run .lip ?.. j ?ii .. U ? iK, 1,11'ne ilnivi-i ? I-? oBTipf-.tfn 11 v vnnrn ' ! Ii.?,' ' (I*.'; ,T 'T . ~ ?' ? t.J qtc/,1 Kendall, -.not appieciating his subor di utile's hi.inour, wrote ayaiu : — Sir, — - ( Your appointment as postmaster is revolted. Y011 will-turn' over funds, etc., to your sue cessor,' Not at all disturbed ' by his sum-;r' mary dismissal, the postmaster replied : — « ' Si r, — ^The revenues for this office for the ' quarter ending September 30th have been one dollar; its expenditure' for twine and tallow candles; one dollar five ceiits. 'I...

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