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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Crowded om : ' Tojtics of ih« VVeok, -'dis- trict iikwh and a lot of other valuable and interesting reading mutter. We he#r that only- very slight oiltersvtions have, so fiir, been made in last, year's schedolo of prizes for the Gumnoolc- show.,: A gener i.1 meeting of hieini.ers! will be held this eveiiiu-j (Siturday) to consider and a-lopt . tlm scheiluie pt epared iiy the, .committee, for the . - forthcoming exhibition. . Some one '? made - oil' ' wu |» a saddle ? I belonging to Mr. C: J; Gousinn, of Nubrygyii, 1 on Thursday night. It seems Mr. Cousins 1 left his horse, Baddle, and bridle iu the Post I Office Hotel yard that evening, and when he | went later on to secure his equine, to Hiarfc | for home, he found the saddle had been | removed from the horse's back. Inquiries | were made as to what had become of the 1 missing property, but the groom nor anybody 1 else could hot giveany information regarding it. i A search was then instituted and the saddle- f cloth wkm fotiud in a...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

What We'd Like to See. More money about town, , ' ! . ' f Tl»e measles epidemic vanisln A daily mail service to Meranhurn- * An Hthletic clnlt started in Molong. Fine weutli^r for the Blaster Holidays. Jim Keeuan's finger soon reconstructed1. Hospital Sunday inaugurated in Molong Some Molong lads learning better man ners. The b'ind playing at our local braves, pionio. JFewer swagKmeu tramping through the distriot. Those cockney Bportsmeo spare the little wagtails. A full pn£;e adv. of the Glasgow Store ii- the KxfuecjS. Half-n-dozen butter factories in full, swing, in the district. Our criukptars blife on tlifir onnsidnrino' cap;at Orange. Mnlonsi assisting Cumnock to make ita show a success. A big cvmvd at the Volunteers' picnic on. Kant'er Monday. All Molong at the Cumnock ; ShoAV ,-.oii i ; Queen's Bii tliday. -The local fire brigade. getting into worktiig. brdt'i- « iiljiiut delay. \ OuV IikikIsiuoii rigged out in a nuvy bluo ami m1 vt'i* unifonn. Mftlong put Orange do-wn in the...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Important Notice. CHEAP~BREAD i IN consequence of the low price of Flour at the present time, I am enabled to..a,|lo\v my 'Cimv. turners and (.lie General Public to ^aiu - the ? benefifc. of a Oil ISA F 1j- ) \ F U I? Hl{ HJAD. I Leiiai-, I huve fltiiwWiH*' I t« liJCIJITCK t)ie Tariff: for tins 'ijiatf of Life' at in v K*tablisliment., and on and after MONDAY NkXI', 26ih February, 1894, the price ,of Uread wilj hp 2il PER 21b. JL.OAF. % s Thanking i»y numerous fcuslbih'TS for this libVi-iin , support extended nje iii the past, and soliciting fit coutiuipince of same in l|-e future, ? R THOMSON, fruiterer, Baker ai)ds ('oqfectioner, BANK 8TRB!';-i;,,.M,OhONG. K TATTERSALLS' Monster Pripe List. gYDNFA7 OU P, -?Mq.reh 26— ^'UJO Subscribers at 5s each. .' i f; :? r gVD N KY C U P - 1 0;0O0 Ki« hpcpi bcrs a t 1 Os eaol i . FI N A L U A N I ) {C I A P, ;M a n:ii 8 1 -t— 1«M » «- »fc 3«. M \R'H II \ ND'j^JA L', Urislmne, Marcil'^ 2$ — 1 0, OOUiS 'I bseri i'l'er.s a t. 5s -tn*.h ' § V-T .1'...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

^ — w— — — p TEA-MEETING, Brace Auction, and Social Will be held in the ilANILDRA HALL, 1 ON Monday Next, March 26, IN -1D OP THE Manildra Roman Catholic Chnrch. Tea cm the Tables at 2 30-p.m. admission to Tea — Adults, Is. 6d. ; Children, half price. CHARLES BLOOMFIELD, Hon. Secretary. ORANGE A. and P. Association. ANNUAL SHOW, 1894. The ANNUAL Sll.OW of the above Society [ will be held on Wednesday & Thursday, MAliCII 28 and 29. £25 Hunter's Prize £25 First Prize, £20 ; Second, £5. Entiiance : One Pound (£1). $2jT Grand Illumination and Pyrotechnic Display each night. Schedules on application. Special Train Arrangements. One Penny per mile Return Forbes, Parkes, and Molong, and Intermediate Stations. A. . SPECIAL . TRAIN wilL [ EAVI5 Forbes at ^.20 a.m. on Thursday, L / March 29tli, arriving tt ii.15 a.m. ; leaving Jrnnge on tlie retur* journey at 9.30 p.m., reaching iurbus at 1.15 a.m., calling at all intermediate sta ?ions. Tickets : 2d. per Milk First Class, Id. p£b } M...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

' : — T=tAF?rTAm.g; in - . SxjMmEr D r 1 p E g B The Mew System so far appears to give satisfaction, and for the next FORTNIGHT I intend to give the Public some HEAL BARGAINS in DRAPERY. All the SUMMER STOCIC will be Reduced to Prices which will make everyone buy that wants to save Money, Avhich 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. ' ALL MY CHOICE STOCK OF Prints, Zephyrs, Printed. Muslin, Blouses, Children's Muslin Hoods, &c., &c., WILL BE CLEARED AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES, ? LIKEWISE ? Men's, Women's, and Children's Straw Hats, &c., -&c., Men's and Boys' Clothing at very Tempting Prices, viz. Boys' Knicker Suits, Is Od .... former .price 3a tid it ii 2a ,, 3s 9d „ „ . „ 2s 3d ,, 3a lid ,i i. ii 2s 6d ' ii 4a lid „ „ ,, 3a 3d I, oa 3d ii ii ii 38 6d ii 5b 6d Navy Sailor Jaokets, la 6d ,, .la lid dBoys' and Youths' Drill Trousers, la 9d ,, 3s 6d Men's ,, „ „ l...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Blocking Land Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Blocking Land Legislation To the Editor: Sir,'— -Oh till si'des' it is '' admitted that, despite -ihe large aihount of relief afforded by recent -gold discoveries^ efficient land legislation must precede the restoration of industrial prosperity in New South Wales. Yet What are we having ! done in this direction V Absolutely nothing. Mr. CopelaVid is ready to do his best, as would anv other Minister, whether freetrader ' or protectionist, who hid the least regard for ' the interests of the' country ; but he is power less unless he has also the assistance of Pii'rliartient. Nor ist this to be wondered at' when it is borne iiv mind that many1 of those having seats in Parliament are as ignorant' of the principles of land legislation as they, are of the interior of the moon, although'' they are simple enough to those who have taken the 'trouble necessary to understand them. The soil is, roughly sp'eaking, of two kinds' — pastorar and agricultural, but' in the r past it h^sj-'.so' rfar as...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ANNUAL LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

I ANNUAL LEASE. The following annual lease has been granted ] at the yearly rental mentioned : — -1 Thomas Patrick Fisher, care of E. ' HV1 Stolio, Orange, 111£ ncres, county Ash burn-,' hiim, parish Cargo, L2' lis Od. On Tupra- station, New South Wales, the' property of James Tyson, about 1,500,000 vabbits were killed during 1 893;

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

'.Qur.'praise bu^ts forth louder, yet louder, $he mqra wu knovf 'Waugli's faking Powder While Jijdge Real w^a. presiding in the ! Qircyit Qo.vrt, Toovyoomba^ iaat week, a case i-f. | woqndii^g- with intent was heard. The Ju-h*e-! Bumnftec^ up aKainst the prisoner, pointiug out i that if the evidence were to. be believed, it was I clear the prisoner was guilty, 'jfhe juiy after ; two hours' absence retuined a verdict' of ' Not ; guilty,'- and Mr. Justice Real gaid, , Prisoner, .1 you are discharged, but the evidence, proved yovi guilty.'' X11 diaolvart-iun the jury his Honor, said, ' 1 am ab.rry for the credit of '^oowooinbiij thai yoi\ haYe tint had the courage, o.f your cmi Y'ctions. !ifou can go. You ar« o.uly respoiiT sible to your God.'- SANDiEU AND SONS' EUOALXP'JM EX TRACT. — b nder ihedistiiiguish'ed patronage of Efig Majesty the King of Italy, as per com munication made by the Minister for Foreign ' Affairs, through the Consiil-Geiieral of Italy 'q# ; Melbourii,®, 1.4 fch Ma...

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LAND NOTES. CROWN LAND SALES. MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

* LAND NOTES. : CROWN LAND SALES. . ! ' MOLONG.' On. Wednesday the 9th fday of May, 1894, at 12 ' o'clock iiroon. Terms ;-r-Dep6sit, 25 per cent. ; balance in 12 months, with 5 per cen't. interest added. | SUBURBAN LOTS. Now. 257 and 258 ; areas, 3a. On 12p., and 4a. 0rv, lip. respectively ; upset price per lot, i£32'; and £42 lespectively ; county A-shWrnhVn, parish Molopg ; jyithin the suburban' boundaries of Molong,. on the south westerly side, of railway .Molong to Orange, adjoiiiiiii, the town lands on the east side of Watson-street, lymg south of John Smith's .portion 62 of 3 acres, west of his portion of 640 aores, and 'ndrth of Ills' portion' 14 of 269 acres. [Special area 17,471.] ;/' ' ' COUNTRY LOTS. Nos/ 146, 147; 148, ; 149; and' 150'; arertS, 2r., 2r., 3r. 35ip,, lr. 20p':,' ir.'20Jf). ' respectively1; ujiset price p'et; hit, '£by'£8,' £§, £5' 10s, and £6 respe'ctiVely county Ashliurnhatn, parish ' Bry me'duta ; About 7 miles sbtitli westerly from Molong, at Garra, sou...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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MOLONG v. MEADOW CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

, . . MOLONG v. ME ADO W 'CREEEI, On Saturday last, on the Molong Recreation Ground, a match was played between the above clubs, the contest proving an easy victory for the local team. .Appended are. the scores : — Molon(J. — First Innings. Keeiiiui, b Mitchell' ... : .'.V 20 Ciipitt, c Atfield, b Mitchell - ....,=12 Ewens, b West ... . , „ .-...jj 0 Davis, b W'es6':-; 1 Bridekirkj b West ,: . ... » :;/? (j: ? Chiopindall. b West ... ... 0 Dogger, c Mitchell, b West ... 11 Tempest, h.o. w., b Mitchell 0 Legh, b West ? ... ... 1 Finch, b Edwards ... 11 Chalmers, not out. ... . 0 Sundries' 7. - Total ' ... 63; ^ Second Innings. - , \ ; Legli, c Mitchell, 'b WesbHf''' .ii-'lO 1 ' Cnpitt, c Ed wards, b West -.i- ,? .-I ...---O ?-) I Keenan, b French, ... 27,,:. Chalmers, b Edwards : ... '? ... 0 ' Brideldrk, o Kiiigi;b .West1''- ^ - ... 19 . Dogger, b French ... ..., 12. Ewens-V c West, b Maley... ... 0 Chippindall, o Mitchell, b Maley ,.s 0 Tempest, . notout. , ... ... 1L '.'Finch^c Ki...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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FORFEITED C.PS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

FORFBITED. -C.PS. The following conilitional ^purchases have been declared- forfeited, but such forfeiture shall not take effect until the expiration of 30 clear days from the 14th March : — George . Cockram (transferred to Commer cial, Banking Company of Sydney), Molong, 40 acres, county Ashburnham, parish Dulla deiry. William Dunstan, Molonij, 120 acres, county Ashburnham, parish Nanami.

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

CARGO. . - On TupsdayV the 8th day of' May/ 1894,'iVt 12 o'b'loc'k5 noorK' - ' Tei-nis Deposit,1 '25 !per 'I cent.' b'vlanc4 in tlir'efe'1 month's. ' ( ; TOWN LOT. ? ' ' ' : ' Ai:^a',,: 2iv;; upsftt '|lnce'''pHr ' lot',1' £i3$J; couniy' Ashb'iirn'hiini,'' parisli,: 'Cargo J;f in^'the towA' (»f*0iirg$,- fro'h'ting' BelnV6re-str,eet,'- and lyin'gMietweeh 'MV' A'. 'Mekd's a'llotmeht. 2 a'tid ' S. 'Ma'yhe's portioi-v77;' [Upset '[/rice includes £1'08, va'I (Ife- of' improve AieiVtsl ' 'l'he town of' (Jargo is iHituateci aooui zo miles soutn or Molofi'.] y | ' ' SUBURBAN: LOTS.' ? ? '? ' 'Area,- la. '3r. ; upset piice per lot, £25 10s'; couniy' 1 AshtiuVnh'am,.1 pa'nsh1 Cargo within tlhe ? sivburbaii' bon'ndivnes of Cargo, adjo'ining 'the town ' Ian, Is on the' hurth ' w^dt'evly ~ i si-i(V 7 -lf ILoftun-stieet, 'anil ' Iving betwp'elf® |lortr'-n 152 and E-, Hogan.s portion1 150. [Upseti! phe'e incl'iVltj's!1,£l(l ' 9s, !vali'i'e' of '.improvements.].'.-

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Horse and Cattle Brands. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Horse and Cattle Brands. The horse and cattle brands of 'the., under- mentioned persors appear' in .\the;;\.G0VBHN ment Gazette of. t he ? 13th . March-i^-Praser Chtu'chill, Brymedura ; A lfred- Eason, Y^'ilanildra ; Wm. H. Oockram, Dilga ; Joseph Bingham, Cardington ; James P. Paton, Molong.'

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The Agent-General-Ship. APPOINTMENT OF MR. T. M. SLATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

The Agent- General-Ship. APf£6.XNTMEN;T OF Mr. T. M. SLAT TERY. EoBiiBongie mouths past it' has been an 'open secret' that Sir Saul Samuel's official days arejnumbered, and that — after a lengthy and honorable career which it is given to few public men to achieve — the genial, ancient, (but,, w,ithal, mentally and physically well prewefyed) Agent?Genernl intends to eke out the, remainder of- his days in the- otium CUM DIoi^iTATE of private life. Like the; prophet Mosits, Sir Saul's eypsight is not yet dim, nor llis . Unburn] vivyriii nhu f ori i,.,v u.. i,„ „ T «/uu c%o ijc uaa 0151 vcu his country long and faithfully, he has come to the; conclusion that it is just as well for him to die out of harness as in it, and that I freedom from th'e;-cHVe,s;o£'tiffice.,nitty give him ! & new lease of life. The Government, has, therefore, received intimation that Sir Saul Samuel contemplates retiring from the Agent-Generalship on next Queen's Birthd-iy ; and, although he is not defini...

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Cricket. BALDRY v. DILGA [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Cricket. BALDRY v. DILGX: A match vcas placed at Baldry recently' Between the above clubs;. and resulted in a win-fbr the Baldry, i tes. by 17 runs. The followingare the' scores : — : . Dilsa Wand'erehs, — Kirst Innings. . T. JSTesSi tt, b McLean ... ... 6 J. Patterson, b VV. . Burton, ... 4 I. Donnelly, b McLean ... ... i M, Donnelly, b McLean... ... 12 W. Corcoran, b-MoMatn.... 3 J. Donnelly, b McLean ... ... 1 S. E.James, B Burton ... , ... 13 J. Johnson, c Bourke; b Burton,.... 2 . .... P. Donnelly, not out .... \ ! , 3 E. Johnson c Burton b McLean I.. 0 'V A. Johnson, b Burton ;i ... 3 Sundries,: ... ..., q Total ' ... .... . ' ... 53 Second Innings'. I. Donnel y, b Burton, . ... 1 -. J. Donnelly, c and b Curtori ... 2 . ; M. Donnelly, b Burton 0 T. Nesbitt, c McLean, b Burton ... - 0 P. Donnelly, b McLean ... ... 3 ,j J. Patterson, not out ... ... 19 ? ,i W. Corcoran, b McLeam. ' ... 0 S. James, b Burton ... , ... 0 J. Johnson, b Burton ... ... 8, J ' / E. Johnson, b McLean .....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Mr. E. J. Allen; of Stoney Creek, near Young is; in receipt of advices of the sale in Lon don of the first consignment of sheep, consisting of 190 wethers, chilled at the Young works, frozen and*, shipped through J. H. Geddes and Co. , Mr: Allen's advices show 6s 9d per hend on H)e station, free of all charges, for average 471bs. frozen weight wethers. The result is con sidered very satisfactory, as tho sheep wore dis posed of at a time when the market was unusually depressed.

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ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES. EASTER SUNDAY (MARCH 25.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

ANGLICAN OH V HO H SERVICES. Easter Sunday (Mauch 25 ) St. Johnfs, Molong, Holy Connni\nion at 7.53.0| ^.m. ; 11 a.m. (EJoly Couitnunion after Mttt tiaa) ; 7.3,0 p.m. — Key. J. Alldis. St. Andrew's, Grarra, 3 p.m. (Holy Com-: \ilunion)-r-I^ey. J. A lid iq.. ' ,

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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

- BAPTIST c h URC H . Jes^b Ma.V9- Pastor. ? ?' First Sunday each Mont^i.— Qarrn, 3 p.m..' Mr. VV. Hyland ; 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Gregia. 3 p.m., Mr. VV. Edwarda. M?iuiWra Hall, 11 a.m., Paator. Second Sitndat.— Garra, 3 p.ui., P^itor; ^.3,0 p.m., Mr. A. Waldock. Qregia, 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.rfl., Pastor. Third, Sywp^Y.-^-Garra, 3 and 7-3Q p.^p., Mr. ij. Ball. Gregra, 3 p.ni , Pasty, r. Manil^ 4ra, 7-3.0 p.m., Pastor. ^O.DRTH Sunday.— Qarra, 3. p.m., , Pastor ; f.3.0, p.m., Mr.. VV. .Pock nail.. G.rei»i;'ai,'?''Y.Sy p.m., JS^r, Q. VY. Giiftith. V ? a..u;., Paator. Fifth Sunday— Garra, 3. p.m., M'-. W. -? @trao,chen ; 7.3,0. p.n»., Pastpr ; Gregra, 3 p.m., Pastor. Manildra ^1. a.n^., Pastor. Morning services i^t Man.ildi'a Hall;; other garyicea at Manildr^ Ho\\se. -.

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

St.. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC. CHURCH . s . Moloug — 1st Sunday of every uioutli. Qargo— ?nd Suudtiy of eyery niontl\. Cn4al— 3rd Sunday of every month. Cumnock — 4th Sunday of every month. M&nildra — 5th Sunday in the i.uo^th (\yhe« pocarring).

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A New Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

A New Crop. Two fanners in Mount Gambler district, Victoria, are said to havr grown nothing but rape seed d.nin-{ th«« l«ht two yeais, and th^y both declare that they have uiado 100 per CHnt mure than would have lieen pos^inle had they grown ceieals or hay. Ripe seed in«y he gathered by the aid of a stripper, so that what once meant a heavy cost is now reduced to a bagatelle. One of the fartneis referred to states that he fattened 200 nheep on the green stuff, and af erwardw obtained seed which returned £20 to the acre.

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