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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

? Important Notice. ^ iCHEAPlmEAJ) U I N consequence o.F the low price, of Flour at the pressnt time, I am ettabled^o allow my Ou-s- II fcoiners and the General Publiejb gain the benefit A. H ofiidrnSAP^OAFOlT BKKA3). Hence, I have ±f\ ?I determined to ttKDUOB the Tariff for the ' Staff an ?- II ot' Life' at mv Establishment,' and on and after Bus || MONDAY NKXl\ 26th' February, 1694, the price fin || of Bread will be 'v to i ?S ' Jr. II 2|d. PSR 21b. LOAF. W IS ' * ? all H Thanking my numerous customers for the liberal C if support: extended me in the past, and soliciting' — H a continuance of same in the future, ^ I R. THOMSON, M Fruiterer, Baker and (confectioner, B ? BANK STREKT, MOLONG-. Nl I ______ ? TATTERSALLS' Monster _Pnse List, c SYDNEY CUP, March 26—25,000 Subscribers at 5s each. . SVDNKY CUP— 10,000 Subscriber!*, at 10s encli. FINAL -HA N DTOA P, Mun-h 3 1 -t— 10.000 at ;is. -jg MARJH HA ND1OAP, 'Britslmi.e,' March 24— , lOOOOSubscribers at5* each-'- ' -'?' V ???jr BIRT...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

.BATHURST ; A., H., & R Association. ANNUAL EXHIBITION, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, APRIL 11, 12, and 13; 1894. '£1100 liberal Prizes. £1100. in' i ?? ? ; ______ J ? .? ...-To keep up the high reputation of the Exhibi ;,;... fcion Prizes have been increased this year. HLrNTTNGJ- and TROTTING CONTESTS each 1 ? ?' ' day of Show. ; ;; £170 PRIZE MONEY £170 ?'/.;?. ????? :: SHEEP DOG TRIALS. '.Best Buildings, Grounds, Trotting Track, and Appointment in the Colony, ? Concerts and Dramatic Performances each Evening by the! best Artists. ?? Exhibitor's Handbook of Prizes, and Entry Forms on application at this Oitlce. C_f* General Eri tries' close March 27. Hunting and Trotting Contests 4th April. Cheap Train Fare*— Id. and 2d. per mite Return. --?' ?? r W. G-: THOMPSON, ,p'-:^-. ?{? ?' -'. ?; : ? ':r'::--- ? ? ''-_ '-Hon. See. ? ?;?;!':^;Mu_5ical-.'Nbtice.'-':- MR. J. FURLONG (Organist of St. Joseph's R,0. Church, Orange) heirs to intimate to the residents of Moloiig that he ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

? il'F -pAF?aATNR IN : =-'' 1 BxjMMER ?. DRApER¥J Tie New System so far appears to give satisfaction, and for the next FORTNIGHT I intend to give the Pablic some REAL BARGAINS in | DRAPERY. All the SUMMER STOCK will be 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. , , j ALL MY CHOICE STOCK OF jj .'., Prints, Zephyrs, Printed Muslia, Blouses, Children's Muslin Hoods, Ssc, &c, j ?'?;.... WILL BE CLEARED AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES, / ' _';''' ' ?? ' ' ? ;i ?'??'. ? ' ? LIKEWISE ? Men's, Women's, and Children's Straw Hats, t£c, &c*, Men's and Boys' Clothing at very Tempting Prices, viz. :— r— Boys' Knicker Suits, la 9d ~. former price 3a 6d ?? ' /' Boys' and Youths' Printed Mole Vests, la 9d f unuei price 3a 6d ~~ ~~: 1 „ 2s ,, 3s 9il Men's Bluok Luster S »o Coats, ) o ,., . . I ' , ,' „ ,. 2a 3d ,, 3s lid B...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

j. ? :a]l|'NiiiigN; DESIRES to thank his friends, and the people of Molong and District for tli'e very generoua support!] accorlod him since he' obmineneed business in Molong. Eueoura'ged' tiy theh^ support he will I] endeavour l-y strict attention to business and fair dealing), to merit *till!nu-i-e'bf' their1 c6nC,(k«A)Ce and If patronage. Ev-t anxious to give his customers the* very best value1 for their money', he has' specially H ordered a hue.of Stationery, which for quality and quantity cannot be excelled ia the colony 'for'1 th&B money. Just try'a ' . ... ... .,, . . .,,j (.,; ., K BOX OF 'MOLONG STATIoMlRY,11 Containing 36 Sheets of Notepaper, 36 Envelopes, Pen, and Blotting Paper, and all for One Shilling. FANCY GOODS— a Splendid Assortment in' Stock. I PATENT^MBDICI N ES Of all kinds, and at far Lower Prices than the -Storekeepers are selling them. Quality Guaranteed. . , . . fOSir* A great Stock of Tobacconists' Goods. MUSIC !; MUSIC ! Thousands of Fiecesat 6&...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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RAILWAY TO CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

RAILWAY TO OUDAL. Sydney, Friday — In th« Assembly, in reply to Dr. . Rohh, Hon. Heury Copelaud, Minister for Ltnds, HHid that Hon. W. J. Lyne could not at pieseut make any promise in regard to the.coiwtiuctiou of a light rail way from the Molong- Parkes linn to Cudul.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Cumnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

Cumnock Eaces. A race meeting was held at Cumnock on Easter Monday. ' There w»r k big attendance, and the racing was good, the field in each event ? being large. Appended' are the re sults: — Maiden Plate.— Why Not 1,. Pinafore % Bismarck 3. Opening Handicap. — LX 1, Stranger 2, Eoan Oak 3. Flying' Handicap. — LX 1, Bismarck 2, Eoan Oak 3. Cumnock Handicap. — LX 1, Why Not 2, Stranger 3. Farewell Handicap. — Why Not 1, Stranger 2, LX 3i ' ' :

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Latest Telegraphic. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

Latest Telegraphic. TERRIBLE ACCIDKNT. Bathurst, Wednesday. — Word was re ceived here yesterday of a dreadful accident that had occurred at Wattle Flat. A lad named Prosper, aged nine yearn, was climb ing on a tree, and when a considerable height from the ground be .slipped aud fell on a stump growing at the foot of the tree. The end of the stump entered his abdomen, caus iner a fri'h(ful wound. The lad was alone. and although the wound was bleeding freely and the intestines protruding, he managed to walk about a mile to Mr. Johnson's house, a quarter of a mile from his mother's home. A telegram was at oncn sent to Bathuist, and Dr. Edmunds drove out immediately. He found the lad in a dreadful condition, and has little hopes of his recovery. The father of tliH boy ih deadj and the mother wus ahseiit from home at the time, spending the Easter with some friend*.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Military Items. MOLONG V.I. MUSKETRY COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

Military Items. ; MOLONG V.I. MUSKETRY COURSE. Thk uiinual miiiketry coiusa of .the -.Melons; Volunteer Company has just ended with moBt creditable results, and we compliment the members upon the high state of efficiency they have reached. Much if uot till the credit of the satisfactory condition of things is due to the Musketry Instructor, Staff-Sergt. Marston, who for some time past has laboured hard to induct) the men of the looul corps to manifest more interest in military affairs than they hirhert' have done. The total strength of the company at the present time is 56, and out of that number 51 went through the annual course of niuske'ry. Only two men out of the who w corps fai eil to 'go ' through, three (two buglers and the captain) being exempt. On the whole, the shooting was- very good, and we very niU'h doubf if any other company in the Third Regiment will be able to defeat Molnng's claim to the honour of .being the. bust shooting corps in the regiment. Sergt. T. Ball is t...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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PROGRAMME OF PARADES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

PROGRAMME OF PARADES. The follow ins is the programme of parades iw the June quarter, Molong Yoluuteer Com pany : — 7th Aprils-Corps Office, 3 p.m. ; drill order. 21st' April — Corps Office, 3 p.m. j drill order. 5th May— Corps Office, 3 p.m.; drill order. 24th May-Corps Office, 10 a.m. ; dress to be hereafter notified. 2nd Juue — 10 a.m.; whole day parade; Geld day order dress.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Farmers and Seed Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

Farmers and Seed Wheat. In the Assembly on Wednesday Mr. Slattery, in answer to Dr. I toss, said some year a back seed wheat was supplied to farmers in the Bathurst district. The fanners were afterwards called upon to pay for the seed wheat, aud £256 12b lOd was recovered. Aoii'-n had recsntly beeu taken al the instance of the Department for Mines and Agriculture for recovery of amounts which the farmers agreed to pay in March, 1890. It had beeu ascertained that Home farmers were unable to tio ao. Only those who had beeu reported able to pny, or those who had ignored the com munications addressed to them by the Depart ment, had. been proceeded against. In ail un defended cases tha Department would accept any leaaonnble offer of settlement.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Road v. Rail. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

Road v. Rail. Yestkrday afternoon, about two o'clock, a few old liuuds were reminded of olden days, .when the sight of long lines of teams on the road be tween here aixl Orauge was an unusual thing, by seeing two heavily-laden teams, just re turned from a trip to the metropolis, steadily proceeding to their destination alone Bank street. On the 19th February, Messrs. Joseph White aud John Cavanagh left Moion^ for Sydney in charge of teams conveying several tons of hi.ies, tallow, &c, for local butchers, and returned to Molong yesterday, bringing with them about nine ton a of baok loading for Mr. James Haslam, of the Australian Stores. The trip down was done in a fortnight, but the late wet weather prevented the teamsters mak ing inn oh headway on the return journey, which was prolonged nearly a fortnight move than the contract time. On the whole, though, the teamsters are well (satisfied with their trip. They say they were well treated by the resi deutB along the road, aud w...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Land Board Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

A Land Board Derision. ? ♦ ? In the Assembly, this week, on tha motion of Dr. RosHf it was agreed that there be laid upon the table of tlfe House copies of all correspond ence, minutes of the Minister for Lands, decision of land board, and copy of the division of Davy's Pluius Run, No. 298, district of Molon«, and county of Aahburnham, in tha Eastern Division.

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A Word about Ourselves. SOMETHING EVERYONE SHOULD READ. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

A Word about Ourselves. ? ♦ ? '.' SOMETHING EVERYONE SHOULD READ. The end of the first quarter of the year '94 has come, and like all landlords we are begin ning to look for our rent. Our patrons have had a lease of us as well as the use and ad vantage of our broad-sheet for the past. They have enjoyed the privileges derivable from the publication of the Express. The excellence of their business has been made known far and wide by the adoption of our columns as a circulating medium, and our constituents have been kept posted up in the latest events of the day. It'ia, therefore, not unreasonable that we should furnish our patrons with a reminder of their obligations to us for these advantages There is an old proverb, that ' money makes the mare go.' It is alike true when applied to every insti tution under the nun ; and in no case is its application more forcible than that of a newspaper. Provincial journalism is mainly run on lines of credit. Tbe iutetim cash t iken during the quart...

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That Insulting Letter. MR. QUIRK IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

, .?? Xhat Insulting Letter. ? ,ri|- , Mb, QUIRK IN- REPLY. ?-» ToIthb Edxtor : Sir,— A friend haa drawn my Inattention to an artiale iu your, paper dated the JOth iuatant, headed 'An Iu»ultin« Letter. ' . ' Pray be good enough to vouchsafe me a short reply. Your article is soa-oely .consistent in devoting no less than a leading article in your J:- important ??? journal to prove that 1 am very small ' fry ' indeed. A paragraph in an - ?' obscure corner of such a newspaper should have sufficed for the purpose. My conduot, and charaoter generally, I am prepared to leave in „ , the' hands of those who know me and are able to-judge,- and I care little' what you may choose to say or write about me. Yon altogether mis .,,, construe my letter, to Mr. Chippindal). Your motive for this is best known to yourself. Sen sible people do not usually transmit money to thieves accompanied by a mild hint not to mis appropriate it. This is exactly what you say I did. Publish the blood-thirsty, detesta...

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Meranburn Mail Service. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

Meranburn Mail Service. Rr. Ross,, M. P., is in receipt of the follot. ing communication, from Mr. J. Dalgarno, Acting Deputy Postmuster-Geneaal :-— Postal.and Electric Telegraph Department, General PostOffioe, v ;V\ Sydney 28th March, 1894. 4/ Sir, — Referring to Mr.- Anderson's proposals;* and your second letter urging that the bi-weekly mail to Meranburu should be increased, and the Post Office removed to the Railway Station,; I am directed to inform you that since the loth instant, the mails to Meranburn have been in creased from two to four ft week— viz. : Monday and Thursday via Manildra, Tuesday and Friday via Parkes, — reaching Meranburu on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Inquiry is being made of the Secretary for Railways, to see if the postal work oan be oarried on at the Railway Station, as desired.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

1 ' 'IMITATION : is the ,.. ? SINCEREST: FLATTERY.' :?' The articles most imitated are : CLEMIENTS ,TPNIC and ...... ,. ? ' ' ' ? ? ? FLETCHER'S PIL.I& . : .WHYT ? '' ' '?? ??????-'?' BECAUSE they have the best reputation and are most in demand by the public, consequently, every dishonest trader tries to trade on their fame and renown. It is really wonderful that the Australian people are so slow to see the truth as regards the un scrupulous quacks and charlatans who prey on the credulity of the Australian public. Scarcely a week ever passes but what the press exposes the barefaced and shameful practices of some of these harpies, yet, in face of all they seem to thrive, and the paper who hounds them down most thrives fattest on their advertisements and cracks cham pagne over each balance-sheet. Clements Tonic and Fletchers ..Pills have neyer yet stopped to deception'/ and ' l imsrepresentation. They are scientific therapeutical agents, and evidence as to their value can be f...

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Moonlight Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

Moonlight Concert. The moonlight concert in the Vicarage Grounds on Easter Monday evening, which was deferred from the Wednesday previous, was a very en joyable entertainment. The verandah, trees, fences, &o'., were lighted up with gas, torches, and lanterns. The piano was placed in a central positiou on the front verandah, in view of the audience and spectators. Two very effective songa were sung by Mr. Youug, of Erambie, and two ' taking comic songs by Mr Middleton-Ed^ards, who drew encores. Dr. Browne rendered a nautical song to the evident enjoyment of the listeners. Miss Gillaiid's u Nevermore,' Miss Bowler's ' Bells Seville,' MisaStucky's 'Old Madrid,' and Miss M-Gee*s ' Ora Pip Nubia' seemed to be the favourites among their several choioe selections whioh elicited repeated encores. Mesdaines Browne, Fielder, Misses Stucky, Gilland, and Mr. John Gillaud played the accompaniments, respec tively, for the singers. Miss Spence rendered a ohoice overture on the pianoforte. ...

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Fire at Manildra. A SELECTOR'S HOUSE BURNT TO THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

' Fire at Manildra. A SELECTOR'S HOUSE BURNT TO THE GROCJND. On' Good Friday night, or early on Saturday morning last., a fire broke out at the residence of Mr. P. Kelly, Manildra, and totally de stroyed the house before anything ; could possibly . be , done to; Rave it. Mr. Kelly, : whose family resides at Orange, was the only person in the house that night, and he had a narrow escape from ' being burnt to death. ? It was late when he went to sleep th.nfc evening and everything was alright about the. house when be retired. ; Between one an(i two o'clock the ..following, morning, He was awakened by the, crackling noise of fire and found his room full of smoke, from which he. was nearly suffocated.' He' imme diately jumped out of bed and had not 'even time to dress himself, before! the flimea: had possession of the room in which he waa sleeping.: The house was built of slabs and weatherboards, and being dry the fire spread r«pidily. When MV. Kelly left bis rootd1 he found almost the ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Retrenchment and the Estimates. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

Retrenchment and the Estimates. Thus Retrenchment Party : deserve the thanks of the community for the persistent efforts which they have made to reduce' the salaries of overpaid Government officials. Up to the present, however, they have not been aide to) lop off many of the exciescences that' are assisting to pauperise the State; and sink those already in the wretchedness of nbvetty still further in . the quagmire. : The prin cipal reason that has been adduced for riot reducing the salaries of overpaid' Govern ment officials is that the men who draw the fat screws are men who could commnnd as high a recognition of their .servioes, in any branch of commerce.; Was ? there ever greater twaddle uttered by aa assembly : of sane men 1 In what branches of commerce today do;menhQldingj:managerial' positions, receive £1000 a year for a few homa' daily ? attendance at their office's ? We say attend ance advisedly, for the heads of departments do little'niore than attend and squat in their ch...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

— ITEMS O F I MTER EST. -:,... . Two hundred and eighty three points of ,-- - rain were registered at Manildra last Tuesday ! and Wednesday week. At a recent meeting of the Broken Hill ,, Council a local solicitor presented hia hill of .,_ costs in ONE case, and it amounted to £700, the items occupying seven columns in the local paper. And yet our Council was .',.; ' flabberghasted' when its solicitor presented , his account for a little over £100 for husi« , new transacted during a period of five years. Hera's a what-we'd-Uke-to-see sciap : The committee of the Cunmnck P. nml A. Asso ciation engage the Molons» Town Band to play at Us annual show on Queeu'd Birthday. After the address of the Chairman (Rev. J, Alldis) at St. John's Easter meeting on Tuesday last, it was decided to adjourn for 28 days, to give time for returns to lie in ' eluded from several outlying places, so as to have the balance-sheet as complete as pos sible. The adjourned meeting will resume on Tuesday, April 2...

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