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Sundry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
Sundry Notes. I The first lot of sheep erer truoked from I Forbes to Eioicebuali left here by train on I Tuesday last. Thjy were a consignment of ewes 1 and oroaabred lainBa from Mr. J. B. Donkiu's, 1 Lake Oowal itatiou ; consigned through Messrs. I W. K-QMpey aud Oo. of Forbes to the Sydney I suoti^nW Messrs. Pitt, Son, and Badgery. I There were not many truok loads, but we believe 1 that several other lots are likely to go down during 1 the coming week. The trucking- yards here are I only in course of erection, so that these sheep I were trucked just above the good shed, through I temporary yards erected for that purpose. The I rates per truck fur sheep are as follow — From I Forbes to Molong £3 ; from Mplong to Sydney I £5 3s 5d, making £8 3s 5d through from Forbes I to the metropolitan market. It will be seen I that the oontraoturs' rates from 'Forbes to Mo I long are rather high, but Messrs. Baxter aud I Saddler state that it is with considerable inoon I venienca to themselves ...
DISTRICT JOTTINGS. CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
^ISTRjCX; .MpTJlMQ1^ ;:-??: ; [FROM JOUiJ,- , CO^lBE^POljIDBNXSj ] ; ; ? ?; f -K [ :M'p;''f!;ifcli!t:^^«« !()NE'of ( Uieriri'ost pleasant a*nd ierijoyaril;e'd1£tys ? spent. '-here'i was, itha'c ati; Mtf.'.'-'Mbliadhlan's' (Green [?Grove), , Mandager^;: Creek.i]| w.h§n . ar . hare . diive,:.iand a : ball at night Til, V i' -?.' -'liji , ?iei'liU:\ M!i ''v1^' i took place. About. 12- .0 clock, lunchaon ' was provided' lin'deV the* s'h'ade'bf 'a^syreadmg, 1 fire'e' oh -the gt'een, : whiclib the? 8hbo tiers 'and' i huntfirs, vvho ;n,um;bered; .xjbpqtj 6Qr- parjtflojc^f, vm.ostj ,heartily. ^fter., .i;efrenhing rtheinselyed another start was made, and about six o'clock they'again returned to : partake 'of the gbodi ?things provided.' MissesB! a'nd'S. McLachlau,1 :.a;8siste,d by Miss .QocHraineHi^is^.^ihd.red,) , ahd yir. R.'.Kidc', attended tp, the.. wants.., of the driyeis and shooters. Enough praise 1 cannot. 'be~ tendered tb Nl'r. and'MVs. McLac'h-! ' Iah'fmi/the manner in whi^bh 'ever...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
TO THOSE WHO VALUE THEIR SIGHT. vchemist an;d dentist, ,. ? (Late Dispenser to Dr. ifcKillop, Goulburn), ! Agent for Lazarus & Go's. Famous Specialite Spectacles. The Eyes are thoroughly tested and the perfect correction given for each Eyo, and each Pair ; of Spectacles Guaranteed. ' A Large Stock of New Drup, Patent Medicines and Toilet Requisites always in Stock at Sydney Prices. .. PRESCRIPTION * ACCURATELY DISPENSED FROM SELECTED DRUGS AT REFOBM PRICES. TBETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED— Ad ul°s, 2s. 6d. ; Children, is. 6d. ; Teoth 8topP9d with Silver, 5s. j Extraction under Cocaine, Chloroform, and JSther by arrangement. ORDERS BY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ONE TRIAL SOLICITED. Note the Addebss :— Medical Hall, opposite Post Office, Molong. COLUMBIAN LAND DISTRIBUTION. THE ONLY AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY DISTRIBUTION. Sub-diviaion of the well-known Victoria Estates NAMBROK and MELTON PARK, comprising over 22,003 acre& of Kich Agricultural Land. 250,000 SUBSCRIBERS at£l EACH....
A Word with the Farmers. MORE REASONS FOR PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
n/:1v ' A yTcird With the Farmers.' ' l0]yt!GiRil'':ilEASOpSiiF0R PROTECTION/ - S - i u :i ( i ' y - i i ? ' :.; j i I -u-'-i— ,— . i ^ i . i ; ? ' , : ' i ?? . h.iTb Tpjffi'jEtil'TOB :;(SirJf-L- In. -,a;. recent! issue; . rjyjOp very kindly, rfound space for, (-a (fpw , re' .. marks addressed to the' farmers of the dia j .'Hricil1 on 'the necessity of ;pr_ote6tiori.'! '; With'1 ?j.!/0 yo\liil! p'dt'hi'is'^ion^ I ?''Will '? supplement ' thoae . I'seinMuierits, -? Ey|ery bpdy ; . jvjho| devotes any j attention -to -the fiscal- question will admit; ' the mas.f pf-difficultiea^wrifh ^hioh the ques-' ; tion is environed j -but all \rho take an in- ' *i -tt?l ligerft'ihteresfc' in the Wairs'df Ithe ' country . O^wiHi as readily acknowledge; tjiajfc iij(jis.; iin- j .possible' jjto'} pink, ;fche fispal , question; . .Jiyen ,. ' Tif thpsp whoamagine pur governmental affairs ??- ..; ^agree'fc drb'p the FclinBi'de.ratiion of';ihe tariff, _ . ?:?? ? Whey' lwi'll* not sink'! ithtyqite'sfcibri,...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
I^EMS OF INTEREST^ ..? .-, . ? . ? ? w ° A Court of Quarter Sessions will beheld at Orange on the 16th inatant, The contest for Molong at the coming elec tions promises to be a lively tight between four candidates, Div Roaa will be in the. battle once more as a moderate protectionist, Mr. W. B. Melville, journalist, will seekBup port as an advocate of a scientific and Buffi cient measure of protection, and further protection to the farmers, Mr. Charles Jjauer, baker, will tun as a free trade and Labor candidate, Mr. Miller, a grassier, of Meranburn, will probably be the fourth candi* , date. He is a freetrader in tisoal faith. All the candidates are local men, and well-known in the electorate. The betting is even money ., on' Ross and Melville, any money the free* ?''? traders, as the constituency id a red-hot protectionist str'anghold.^-TttUTH. A largely attended meeting of the parish ionera of the .Roman Catholic Church Orange, wbs1 held last Sunday evening, when it was. decided t...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
TOPICS OF #(E WEEK. A good deal of discussion has,. within . tlie lust week, Ween curried- on locally on tlie question bf the criticism of uiUHtem'' perform- ances. 'It is'ury;ed by most- people ; that; ladies and gentlemen who come forward and yive tlieir -services in the. interests of charity,; by assisting; at .,» musical , entertainment,1 should not be adversely criticised ; hut there iire iit'ttw sensible people around «iho as.se.rt 1 very different ouinions, Hhil hold that any la-ly, or gentleman consent-ing to tike -patt'iu a performance is bound to run' 'the' -risk of oriticinni-rrrtinless, of course, the entertain: ' nientis given: with open doors. ., .When, ama teurs cater for the public they place ..them- . selves 'for the time being on a. level, vyith. .'professionals, as far/ as the public; in con cerned.. Tile spectators expect to hear or'see ; . , something which' recompenses them 'for their . outlay, no , niatte,r, , what ' the object of , the , entertainment may be,...
Your Attention for a While, please. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
Your Attentlomfbr a While, xiiease. I ? ? '? :?.??- ? ' ? ?».;??? . i,.,,:: ? .r,.|. I Dctrinq the past ireek . the Express ? has been I the centre of attraction * and formed: the -«Upla I subjeot of oonveriatibn in Bev«ral pUoei— -iu- I deed, it has beoome quite famous lately. A I few oaadid critics have, taken it in .hand, and, j metaphorically speaking,, olutohed it by the i throat aud shaken it— all beoauae it does not | happen to see things through the same binocu- J lacs, as they do ; whilst others have perused ita I pages and aro loud in their expresaiona If of appreciation of the outspokenness *f its ( manner. This, in truth, is just the thing 'wo I always expect, We have never yet endeavoured I . to accomplish the impossible feat of pleasing everybody, and we don't intend to start on such : a useless mission now. Life is too short to waste any time in trying to overcome ' such insur mountable difficulties, and we therefore prefer to follow the linea already marked out. And ...
Wesleyan Church Quarterly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
Wealeyan Church Quarterly Meeting. The quarterly meeting of the Molong Circuit was held on Wednesday last iu the iVlolong Church, and was of a most pleasant and enjoy able character. The Rev. D. A. Giiaouan pre sided,' and the attendance of office-bearers from the different churches iu the district was fair: As the September meeting is in some rospecta the most important in the year, and there were abundance of subjects for diacuaflion, an im portant debate took pluco upon the subject of the 'Organic Uuiou' of the variuus auctions of the Methodist Church. Considerable differ enoea of opinion exi&ted in the minds of the speakers upon the question; the general feeling being that under existing oircumatances 'Organic Union,' however desirable, seemed to be impracticable. The buaiiiees of the meeting indicated steady progress in church work, and' the ordinary income, though not yet reaching the ordinary expenditure, proved to be about the largest in. the history1 of the MjIoik O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
HUDSON'. BROTHERS, Limited, CLYDE WORKS, GRANVILLE, Agents : John Black & Son, ; M&ong. ZBIISTDIEIRS MO WKRS COMING v HARVEST. IP YOU HAYE NOT RECEIVED OUR REDUCED PRICE LIST WEITE US FOR ONE AT ONCE ! FIELD START WITH EVERY MACHINE. The «BUCKEYBM Frameless Binder, Tha LIGHTEST, STRONGEST and ..'. Simplest 131NDEH in the market. -- Tiie 'Bacteye' Banner Binder ., Unequalled for hill-side work. ' The 'Buckeye' Mower, EASILY FIRST flHD STILL WITHOUT A RIVAL. STRIPPED ??,??.'? ? ?, ?: ? -..., , ?' —AND— . Pj Mnnowers COMING HARVEST. I SEND FOR DETAILS OF h Extensive Improvements h ? ..'???' i ,'' ? ?', ? '' With Engraving of our '; NEW DAMP WE ATHER I STEIPPER. [' ALSO, HOWARD'S ROYAL PRIZR BINDER. , . fc Windmillp, Improved Earth Scoops. Clyde Drainmaker, Prize Hay and Woolpresaes, &o. Engines, Boilere, Ta,Uow DigeBtera, &c. K CATALOGUES FJIHSB BY POST. , & ? ? „__ ? ? ??'-? ?- ?? ? ' ? - ;' ? I ?DIXSONS TOBACCOS* IN ANY SIZED PLUGS. THICK TWIST...
Gregra Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
Gregra Notes. . .. . ? ♦ . .. , . ?? ? . .. VBOM OUB COBRBSPONDBNT. The weather duiing the last fortnight has beeu very wurui and dry. On Sunday the, | rain, which was very much needed, came down in real earnest and lasted a couple of days. The growing crops wanted the rain b-idly and it was also required to set the far mers ploughing for the maize crop, for which the fanners are goini; in fairly heavy. The fruit, crop bids well to be very heavy this year, and ail kinds will lie fairly represented. An entertainment was held here last Monday, 25th ultimo, in the Gregra Baptist Church. The entertainment took the form of a lantern lecture and singing. Tl ? lantern views were shown by Mr. J. Anderson, of Meranburn, and were highly appreciated. ,Songa were rendered by Mr4. Jenkias aud Miss Craweii, Mrs. E. J. Alleu, Misa L. Allen and Miss Goodman. A vote of thanks to ? Mr. Anderson, aud the singing of the National A them brought an enjoyable even ing to a close. ...' October 2nd, 1893.
The Issue of Postal Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
The Issue of Postal Notes. The following informatioa regarding the iPoatalNoteSyateui, wliichcam.e iato operation oh Monday last will be found inberettting : — Postal notes will be issued and paid at the General post Office, and at any auburban ot country officeB where the money order sys tem is in vogue, for tho following Hmountn, nariiely:— 1b, Is 6d, 2s 61, 3s, 4s, 5s, 7a 6J, 10h, 15s, and £1. The blanks in the note, for the mime of the office of payment, may be filled in by the purchaser before or after issue; and he may till in the note as payable to any particular individual or ' bearer.' If the name is left blank, payment will be made to any peisou presenting the note, a receipt -.beinir in $Ui-Ba§ea taken when jiaytnent is ^^^^ ^^^^ already stated, it is intended to adopt the postal note system intercolonklly, but the .arrangements '.vith the other colonies are no t yet complete.
Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
-Postal Information.: ; ^- ..... ^ j Mails oloja.atthe.Moloiig.Poat Office as under:— ; . Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial', &c'.i daily (Suni V day, excepted), 5,46 pjn.y Letters with'a late fee of 2d. may bo posted till 6 pim. ' . Qarra, daily (Sunday oxcepted) at 7.30V.ra.,\; i Idanildra, Merauburn, . Athe-ys, , Pbrciipirie' Gap', Buraberry, Bindogundra, Kam»;ndVa/''Piirke«, and F.orbest, daily (Sunday excepted) at 7.30 a.m.* ???'* ?? ? ? . . .- . '.? \ j .Cumnock, TTeoval, Obley, Tuesday, Thursday, and ' iJI' *'' Saturday ,'a't(7.30 a.m. v ' ' ? ' - ': . :.\-J- : Dilga, Tuesday and Saturday, 7.30 a.m. Gundumbul, Tuesday and Saturday, at 7 30 a.m. JBooiney and VVariio, Tuesday, Thur8du.y, liutl 8at * ' 'ur'day at 7.30a'.m. ; Letters with a*lale fee of 2d. may be posted till 8 p.m. ' m J''. Mails arrive at;the:Po3fc.OIIlce^ JJolong, and are *ir&ady for deli veryaB under :— ' ' ? '.',: ''Sydney, 'Colonial, Intercolonial, &e.,- daily Sun' :J-' ? day eicoepted)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
ALL ACCOtJNTS owing to me must be' paid to my Solicitor^ Mr. P. F.' A. Kinna, Molong; on or: before the 12th OCTOBER instant, otherwise summonses will issue in each ease. i A. L. KEER, M.D. 'THE BORQON' -::- Shsep Shearing Machines . . Ara used in some of the Largest Australaaian Sheds; amongst them the following :— ? ._^ '?????. .' : . ; ; ' Maohines. -U; MnohineB. ' THOS. EDOLS.& CO., Bubeawakg, N.S.W. 88 EDWARD INGRAM, Book Book, N.S.W.... 16 , (The Largest Shed in the- Colonies). ' ? .. - ,,, - Wm. BOOTES, Mxindarlo, N.S.W. ... 12 RUTLBDGE BROS., Gidlbigh, N.S.W. J 16 ' !' SIMPLE in mechanical construction, EFFICIENT' in woi-k, and DURABLE. . The COST OF !' MAINTENAN-CE, little. ? ? ? ?? ? ; '?.-.'. ' ;- ? : ,: / Steam, Water, Horse, or any other Motive Power can be applied to work the installation. j1 Sheep are shorn quicker, the fleece is takea oil in better condition, and the next year's tip grows more _ even* catching less dust and dirt and leaving lean waat.y tip. ,...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
? SPORTINa. :..?:-, Sydnbt, Friday.— Cor reze and Ronda are scratched for the Melbourne Cup. '.'. A fair amount of betting took place last night on forthcoming events, but there was no material alteration in prices.. Brock leigh is first favourite for the Caulfield Cup at 10 tol. A meeting; of , the committee of the Molong Cricket Club was held on Tuesday. Mr. G. H. Tempeet (President) presided, and there were also present — Messrs. R. P. Martin, J.. Keenan, A. S. Bridekirk. G. H. Davis, J. R. Peterson, , and the Secretary (Mr. C. Legh) The Seoretary reported that almost every thing was iu readiness for the opening of the season— the matting bad been repaired, the necessary tools had been procured, and the wicket would in all probability be ready to play on in the course of a few weeks. 1b was decided that the first match of the season should be played next Wednesday on the recreation ground on a fresh wicket, buj; the selection of . teams f was left over for a few days, as it was n...
POLT[?]ICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
POLrLICAL. Sydnbt, Friday.— In .the Assembly last evening,' Mr. 'Copeland assured the House that, the Mining on Private Property Bill would be introduced immediately there was achance of it being dealt with. The- Premier moved the second reading of the Sinking Fund Bill. He looked upon the question as a national one. The debate, which was continued, by 'Messrs. Garvan, Wall, O'Sullivan, Ewing, and others, was adjourned until after the delivery of the Financial Statement. Messrs.' Reid and McMillan express therriselve.s being strongly opposed to the Government's proposal, and predict. the rejection of the Bill...
A. COULSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
i!,,-u '';?. ? i ? A. CoCLSON. ijFafc. Oattle. —The market ;waV over, ^supplied but the trade was well represented.!. Opening ?alea were brisk, but prices dragged towards the Close. --.-I sold for Mr. W. Porter, 2j- h«.ivil..uice quality, but light weights, fen* t:3 3» to £4 5s for bullocks, £2 17a to t'3 16s fur cow£ Bait beef worth from 12s to 14,3 per 100 hs. Fat Sheep. — ,Mark«t ? soiuowjuit. .eaaier. I! yarded and 8i-!d for Me. J. GiitUtu 200 wethers from ia 61to oa 6J. .. ': ^ Store Sheep. — Owing to the .unsettled w«-ither, many country buyers were [absent. 1 sold 400 ^ethers at 4a and 20 at 3s 6.1. ' ; Horses. — The rain cousujurtibly Inteifured uith sales. I sold a few ht-»d up to £5. ^Orange, October 2nd, 189a. I
ORANGE STOCK REPORT. J. S. LEEDS and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
OUANG1S ST.OOiC UISL\)LU\ ?;.'.'? ? .??%;. .:. :u- -*;':' J. S. Leeds and Co. Fat Oattle.— 120 yarded ; 100 sold. The market was firm at last 'week's, price*, notwith standing the heavy supply. Bust be«f made 13s iq 14a1. We, sold 40 heifers for Mesura. Gat en by and Co., Jemalong, to £3 3a, livuriiginit £2 15a; 10 Bteera for same owner at £3 8- : 13 bullocks, for Mr. P. Owen at £3 8s ; 9 heifri.* to, £2 15s. Fat Sheep.— 600 yarded. Market dull, oaused by over supply. We sold 300 almai wethers for Messrs. Rawlins and (Jo. from 3i 2-1 to 4s 4d ; 100 ewes for Messrs. Gatenbyaud Co. at 3a; 25 lambs, sama owner, 5s. . ?iStore Oattle.— Market dull. - We - sold . 20 steers and heifers for Mr. Owen it 20s to 25s ; 10 steers for Mr. Beirno at 20*. , Store Sheep. — Market dull. ? Worses.' — Good market for unbroken draught »nd' saddle colfca. We sold' 20 head —5 colts aud fillies for Mr. R. Glassnn to £11 13s ; 4 do. for Mr1. P. Owen to £9 ; and f-r .'Messrs. H&nna, Edwards, 'Small, ...
Local Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
Local Commercial Iritellisence. Thh following are the wholesale quotations : — . ? . 'iJy s d £ s d Itowls, per .pair.-. \,, ... 0 l'titoO 2 6 Turkeys,; per pair . ' ...; ; .:';' ! ''0' i;2 --ii- - i 0 4 4 Geeso, 'per pair. I ... j:..v 0 2 0 = 02 6 Ducks, p'ei?'piir. ; ;.'. '-..V' 0 .-3 0 0 3 0 Eggs, per dozsn. ..... , ... , 0 0 4 ???? 0 0 6 Fresh Butter;vper lb;'..-r!- -.?«/ri'0- 0 7 0 0 10 CheeBe/perlb...' -.;.-v;:i:itLi 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacoh.'per lb/.; '' '?... '?--''i^rr:;rlO^0'.-::9 ?.:.-. 0 0 10 . Honey,:,perlb;..:i ;;.-/;] i..;;.0;n0^^;i0. 0 0 Potatoes, per ton ... :.L'^-..~'&' '0 0' 5 10 0 'Wheat, per bushel v,... ...?0,3 0 0 3 3 i^jgq, pe,r b^ushel, j... -.., 0 2 10 0 3 0 Oats', per bushel, feed.' ''.'..' ft '3 0- 033 Chaff, per ton ? ':'~O,. 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ... ... .;. 2 0 0 0 0. 0 Pollard,:pec.ton ,„.'.'..... 3; 0 0 310 0 Bran, per ton.., ... ... 3 0 0 '3 10 0
Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
» , - . Calendar For Nextf Week. W^v ? ^ ? ' :',, SUN..; :,,.? , ,.. ,; ,,,.,,MQ9N.i.,,jv ( , , Rises. Sets. Rises. ' 'Sets. ?. a.m. p.m. , .p.. in.-- .a.m. Sunday 5 29 6 5 4 48 4 22 Monday '6 28 6 6 \5 14 '1:5 22: Tuesday 5 27 6 7, i.5,4%. 6 23 Wednesday 6 26 6 8 6 % . 7 22 Thursday 5 25 6 9. 6 36 . ..... § 21 Friday 5 ii 6 10 ..: i :;7 .10' ,9t 21, Saturday 5 22 6 10 7 46 10.9 Moon's' Pliaae.'11 '? ' '' New moon, 10t.li October,, at 6 23 a.m.
WHAT I'D LIKE TO KNOW: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 October 1893
? ~ What I'd Like to Know: i , . How. is it when pur mails were brought by i^i horses we got our Sydney letters and papers fjk^yery day, and now we havo the train we ^^lare without them two and three days a week? How is it the Government let our roads. go to ruin because (as they say) they have up money to.imy the maintenance men, yet rh?y can find ic to subsidise ihe French ^?T'jble Company 1;;. ?..'...... - ' ''' It is expected the Premier :will make hifl ? financial statement on Wednesday, 18th October.