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What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Wliat1 W^'d Like to See. Alderman BeveriJge do well nt Forben. No aldermnn permitted to 8| eiik twice on any question before the Council. Every farmer in the district sending nlong exhibitH to the Cumnock Show. Subscriber refuse to lend the Express to 'their neighbours who are too mean to .V»ny. it.: John Neilson make a fortune in that new store. Local foothallprs buttnning on their armour for the coming Heuson. A few more flower gardens .in Molong like that at the A.J.S. Bmk. A little more public spii it ahown in con nection with the affairs, of the municipality in future than hns been shown of late. Men criticise the personnel of the Council, yet , won't offer themselves for election. An effort made to establish h. dramatic club, now that the wiuter mouths are ap proaching. All people iu Molong liriiig on cordial terms. Another meeting called to finally decidrt; .whether a Show shall be held in Klolongjhis' ?/year. ? The Postmaster-General grant that Mo long-Gumble Flat mail servi...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

EVERYONE IS ON THE LOOK OUT FOR A NEW GOLD MINE! But as they may require to search a long time before they find one sufficiently rich to claim the © O V E RNMEIT - REWARD - OF .£10^ They may find it necessary to economize, and in order that their money may go as far as possible, and the way to do, so is to buy their Goods _ at the : ; CHEAPEST .STORE,.;;-H^;;» ' iArid'thatStoise; it is needless to say, is Haslam's, who is now running his business on a new sj^stem, which so iaris a great success/ and ?recent' purchases made by him will be distributed among the people of the district at prices that will astonish and probably annoy, those wlib are sticking to, -the Long Credit System ; but that cannot be helped as he is determined to let the Public compare his Prices and the Quality ot his Goods (which are Al) with any other House in the trade. ? The N'eW Winter Goods are now being opened up for inspection, and those who see them will hardly be able to resist the tempta tion to buy, an...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. The filling of the extraordinary vacancy in tbe Molong Municipal Council, caused through the resignation of A lderman Black, cieated no excitement whatever, and it was only at the very last moment that a gentle man could be induced to allow himself to-be | nominated. Considering the indifference I exhibited on the part of the great majority j I of the ratepayeis, it is gratifying to know that the vacancy has been supplied by a gentleman, who, we feel sure, will prove a good representative of the people and a desirable acquisition to tbe Council — and that gentleman is Mr. G. C. Harris. , Mr. Harris is a resident of the disi rict of some years standing, and i- an in'elligenfc and educated man, and one possessed of pro gressive ideas — consequently it is but natural to expect that his assistance in the adminis tration of the affairs of the municipality will he moat acceptable to the other members of the Council. He is a mar. who has watch id keenly the conduct of m...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molding Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Molong Hospital. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Com* mittee of the Molong Hospital was held on Monday evening. Present— Messrs. 0. Stock ^ell (President in tbe chair), A. Parker, G. '^farlick, W. Cahill, J. Cotter, D. M'Callum, Black, E. G-. Finch, and J. G. Donaldson, Dr. Fielder, and tbe Secretary ;(Mr. W. C. Head). icrtrnmpct .HAil u A UOi The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. APOLOGIES. Mr. M'Callura apologised for the absence of Mr. J. F. Wynne, and the President for Mr. G. H. Tempest. VI81TING COMMITTEE'S REFORT. The Visiting Committee's report was read as under $ — The HbspitaV was visited by one or more of the Committqet oh the 7th, 15th, and 30th March, njf) each occasion everything was found tn a very satisfactory state, with the ex ception of the female's bathroom, which, owing to the leaking of the roof-tank, is almost always flooded after rain. The Committee suggests that, as this fcafck hasvbeen a source of trouble for a considerable time, a...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Coksvmebs op Wax Vestas must be careful to see hat they get Bryant and May's only, which are the yery best in quality and twenty per cent, mora in quantity than the foreign-made wax vestas Bryant and May's Plaid Wax Vestas- are made only in London,and have been awarded 19; Prizb Medaeb for excellence of quality. Every box of Bryant and May's Wax VeBtas bears, their name, on a white ribhon, inside the well-known red, black, and blue star trade mark. Ask for Bryant and, May's Wax Vestas, and do not be deceived by the: ; nfecior artiele.f .. ... ! i POST OFFICE HOTEL, Bank-street, Molong. Splendid situatsd. One minute walk from Railway Station . Bbst Bbands op Winks and Sfiuits.' FIRST-CLASS ACG0MM30A1 10H. SUPERISR TABLE. Gooo- Stabling. Carkpuii Gaoojf. v JOHANNA FLYN N, Proprietress Important Notice. CIIKAP JREAD ! IN eone^qjuiMiee of fche low price of Flour at. the--- present time, I ann enabled to allow my. Gna fcomers- ausdi frhe General Public to gain the benefit, of a OHiK AP L...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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WORK FOR APRIL. FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

WORK FOR APRIL. [from 'The Field.'] FLOWER GARDEN. The wet weather of March has considerably -damaged, the beauty of flowers and flowering shrubs. Keep everything neat and tidy, and with a little wirrn weather the beauty and frag rance of the borders will soon be restored. All bulbs blooming in the spring may be planted. Ranunculus, anemone, tulip, sparaxis, jonquil, and others of this class should be Dlanted in well manured beds. If the soil is heavy mix in some sand. Make srUvingH of sinnian phloxes, mignonette, wall-flower, &c., and nil hardy annuals. This innnth any changes iu the shape of new flower beds, wilks, &o., should' be attended to. Shrubs may be moved i here necessary, and new plantings made. Give Chry santhemums a good watering of liquid manure. Turf-laying and ground woik generally should be proceeded; with. Nothing like beginning ;,early with this work where much lias to be done. FRUIT GAEDKN. . Most of the summer fruit will by this time have been go...

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CARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

CARGO. On the 29th Maroh au inquiry was held by the Warden for the district' (Mr. E. A.- Sharp) at Cudal, into the non-fulfilment' of the labour conditions in connection with the Ironclad and Goldenclad mines, Cargo. Mr. Dunn (the lessee) admitted that the necessary amount of labour had not been employed for some considerable time, but urged that he had spent a great deal of money in the working of the mines. The papers would be forwarded in due course for tha perusal and decision of the Minister.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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SHEEP AND PASTURE DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

SHEEP AND PASTOUE DIRECTORS. The following gentlemen have, on the nomi nation of the Chief Inspector of Stock, been appointed 'directors for the sheep districts named : — Sheep directors — Messrs. H. S.. M Bettp and' George Bruce, Molong; Mr. J. A. Ferguson Canowindra. Pastures Directois : — Hon. John Sriith, Moloug; Mr. R. .Hunt, Obley; and Mr. R. E. Glasson, Yulluudry.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

MAN1LDRA. Sinoe last, report the weather has been just what the farmers wanted. On Sunday last we had some very heavy showers, and the nights since have been quite cold— in fact, on Tuesday morning there was a alight frost. The ploughs' are busily at work, and a few are already sowing the early wheat. Stock Passings : — On the 27th, 35,000 sheep from Gumble to Goulbouru. 30th— 500 store ' cattle, Queensland, to Forbes. , On Easter Monday- a very enjoyable picnic was given by Mr. E. Pike, when a large number of friends assembled and spent a very happy day indulging in all kinds of out-door games. In the evening an adjournment was made inside; when parlour-games, songs, and dancing were indulged in till the early hours of the morn ing* The first meeting of th« newly-elected Progress Committee was held in the hall on Monday last, and from the Secretary I obtained the following report : — On the motion of Mr. C. Bioomfield, - Mr. C. A. Miller was elected President, Messrs. F. Churchill ...

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THE SILO FOR THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

THE SILO F0R THE FARMER. We are asked if we would advise saving en silage by the general farmer who is not engaged in the diiiry business. In reply, we would say that every farmer is in the dairy business, or ought to be. He may not attempt to produce dairy products for .the market, but if he has only one : co.w, that cow should be kept in the moBt profitable manner, which canuot be done without some green food in scarce times. It would not be prohtable to build a silo for one cow, it is true. But ensilage is good for all stock, and hence even if there should be only a few cows on the place, ensilage pays. There are those who still insist that if corn fodder is paved in good shape as hay, it is as valuable , as ensilaged corn. It is not true. Ensilage has a peculiar value in that it is a juicy feed.^ Dry corn fodder well preserved is exoellent, but' it doeB not supply the urgent demand for some thing green in winter. If roots are plentiful, then save the corn fodder in the dry state...

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SHEEP BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

.SHEEP BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION. There is a movement afoot to establish .a sheep breeders' association. The Hon. G. W. Cox, M.L.C., Messrs. R. H. Roberts, C. M'lvor, and others are mentioned amongst the movers. The idea is to form an association for the purpose of forwarding the sheep breeding industry; to hold a grand annual sheep show in some large wharehouse in or about Sydney, and for dealing with matters which are conducive to the breed of sheep, and the interests of sheep and wool. Breeders, it is said, are strongly op posed to having their stock .taken out to Moore Park and exhibited at a 'show more specially devoted to the interests of horse racing and poultry breeding. Considering the importance of the sheep farming industry, and also the fact that the largest sheep sales in the world are held in Sydney, the promoters are of opinion that (they are only meeting existing require ments in trying to establish au annual exhibi tion specially devoted to sheep. In the event of the, f...

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POSTAL INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

POSTAL INFORMATION Mailsclose at the Vlalang Post Office as uuder: — Sydney,. Colonial, Intercolonial, «fcc„ daily (Sun day, excepted), 6 p.m. ;i Letters witli a late fee of 2d. may be poated till 6.15 p.m. Manildra, Meranburn, . P*rUes, Forbes, and Con dabolin, daily (Sunday excepted) af. 9 p.m. Bumberrv, Bindoaundra, and Kamandra, Mondays and Jhnrsdays, at y p.m. Garra, Wednesdays and -sat'rrl»ys, at 7. a.m. Cumnock. Yeoval, ami Obley, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 7 a.m. ; late fee 2d. 7.30 a.m. Dilga, Tuesdays and Saturday*, 7 a.m. Cundumbul, Tuesdays and Saturdays at. 7 a.m; Bootney and Wnrm\ Tuesdays, Thursdays, aud Sat.v urdays at 7.30 a.m. ; Letters with a late fee of gd. may be posted till 8 a.m, Malli arrive at the Post '^ITice, Molong, and are ready for delivery as under : — Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, -fcc., daily Sun day excepted) at 9 a.m. Manildra, Meranburn, Parkes, Forbes, and Oon dobolin,' daily (Sunday excepted) from 7.30 p.m. till 8 p.m. Bumberry, B...

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Railway Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Eailway Revenue. The following are the returns of the goods and coaching, traffic, supplied us by Mr, F. J. E. Rae, at the Molong Railway Station during March: — GOODS. In wards— Goods, 196 touB, 13cwt. 3qrs. ... £438 18 7 Coal, 51 tons 9cwt. ?: 3qrs... '... 25 18 8 Outwards—Goods, 123 tons, 1 Ocwt. 2q rs ; wool (nine bales) 2 tonB lewt. lqr. 36 17 1 Live stock outwards — ^66cattl-', 864 sheep ; in wards— 30 sheep 2 14 8 £504 9 0 COACHING, 549 passengers ... ... £264 13 0 Parcels, «bc. ... ... 36 10 4 £301 3 4 504 9 0 Grand Total,., ? ... £805 12 4 The following will show the amount of decrease on the revenue received for the same period last ^ear : — 1893— Goods ... ... £2749 16 10 Coal ... .... 529 4 2 ' £3279 1 0 1894. ... ... ... 805 12 4 : ; £2473 8 8

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

IDO'W~ 3ST -A. G- -A. I 'Csr I TO THE RESIDENTS OF MOLONG. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, — Thanking you kinrllv for the support vou have accorded during tli® past. 10 years I have heen iu business in Ylolong, and considering tlw great success of my Cash L uai* ness during the past four weeks, I have decided to STILL FURTHER REDUCE i PRICE BEEF &o 3VEXJTT03ST. THEREFORE, ON AND A FTE It MONDAY' NWXT, 5th MARCH, THS FOLLOWING WILL BIS THH RETAIL, PRICKS s Hump Steak, 3d per lb. j Beef Steak, 2|d. per lb. ! Roast Reef, 2^-1 per lb. Chops, 2d per lb. Corned Beef, 2d per lb. or 8s per cwfc. Corned Mutton, Id per lb. . : Hind Quarter Lamb, ivs. Fore Qtin.rt.er Lamb, la 6dv Pork, 3d per lb. Veal, 3d per lb. Sausages, 3d per lb. WHOLESALE PRICES. Mutton, by the whole or Half Sheep, i|-d per lb. Hind Quarters Mutton, 2d. per lb. Pore Quarters Mutton, l^d per lb. Hind Quarter Beef, H-d per lb. Fore Quarter Beef, l£d per lb. Bear in mind, these Prices are for Gash. Only. (IIARLKS LAUER, WHOLES...

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Molong Fire Brigade Engine. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Molong Fire Brigade Engine. The engine ordered some five months ago for the Molong Fire Brigade arrived safe and sound in Molong last Tuesday morning, and no time was lost in having it conveyed from the railway truck to the temporal y housing station. On the afternoon of its arrival, Captain Carroll and other members of the local brigade set ahout unpacking it and putting it together, and on Wednesday evening completed their task, Thev-'engine is apparently a substantial one and. those who know something about these, sort of things declare it to lie a first-class article: and are well satisfied wiih it. It is termed the 'Country Brigade' Fire Engine, and was designed by Mesnrs^ Merry weather and Son's,' fire engine makers and hydraulic engineers, Loudon, to suit the exigencies of rural districts. It is mounted on springs and provided with a driving seat and pole for a pair- of horses. A drag handle for men should also have heen forwarded with it, but for some reason or other this ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

BATHURST A., H., & P. Association. ANNUAL 'EXHIBITION, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, APRIL 1J, 12, ami 13-, 1894. £1100 i .iberai Prizes. £1100. To lu*0p:up the hiiih reputntion of the Exhibi- ' Lion Prizus have been increased tin's year. ? HUNTING and TROTTING CONTESTS each duy.,oF S-how.- ? ? ? : £170 PRIZE MONEY £170 ? \ : ft-'- SHEEP DOG TRIALS.' Best Buildings, Grounds, ? Trotting --^rack,- and Appointments iirthe Colony. Concerts and Dramatic Performances t-ach Evening by the best Artists, y .- . Exhibitor's Handbook of Prizes, and. Entry Forms . on application at. tins- Otllce. , i ? tfiST - General Entries close Marcliv27;, Hunting and Trotting, Contests./ 4th April: - Cheap Train Fares— Id. and 2d. per'milo -Return. ; W. G.*TI10iVlPSCN, Hon. Sec. ijiillili F. SHIELD, Builder and Undertaker, EDWARD STREET, MO LON G . N.B. — F. P. is not connected with any. other Builder and can therefore work at . Greatly Reduced Prices. AND fosv^smi Subscribe to the ''Molong Expr...

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DISTRICT JOTTINGS. CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. FROM OTJR OWN CORRESPONDENTS, OANOWINDRA. Mr. Donnelly member fur Carcoar, addressed the electors here on Saturday night. He spoke for two hours. He referred to the support accorded by him to the Dibbs Ministry. He was iu favour of protection and au inoome tax. Also of local government, , mining on private property, and equitable land legislation. He would not favor au extension of leases. A pro. posed vote of confidence was carried unani mously. '

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FARMER & GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

FARMER & GRAZI ER. [tinder this heading, we Bhall be glad to publish contributions having reference to ngricultural and pastoral matters. Farmers and gru/.iers iu the Mo long district are, therefore, requested to forward ^ any items of interest in connection with thoir . re- , epcctive industries to the Editor of tho Expekss.] The weblther at present is all that can be de sired, favourable to both farmer and grazier. Since the late rains the country throughout the district is looking splendid. Grass and water are plentiful, and there is a good prospect for the winter season. Several firmers are busy pushing on with ploughing operations. W. H. Garnsey and Ci»l (Forbes), sold, lust week, for Mr. Georgq Bruce, of Loo.inbah, L525 wethers. ? The potato market in Sydney is glutted. Eighteen thousand bugs arrived there by boat on Monday. The agriculturists at Kiama conij-lain tliat.. the potato crop is being (iestioyed .by a blight of the kind that is unusual in the disti ict. Whea...

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A High Compliment. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

A High Compliment. In the Bankruptcy Court, Sydney, on Tues day, 27th March, when the case of Mr. F. !G; Wilkins, of pMey/ was Under consider ation, a high compliment was paid to the bankrupt upon the application of Mr. Kinna, through his agent Mr. H. A. Lyons, for Mr. Wilkins' certificate. The Registrar, in delivering judgment, said it was pleasing to find an estate in bankruptcy in such a satis factory condition, aud he wished estates of such a nature would come more frequently before him. The fullest information was giveu aud obtainable from the tiooks handed over to the Official Asuignee of the estate. He granted the certificate with pleasure. It is not often the Registrar comments . ou an estate in his jurisdiction. I ? ^ ? ? ? ? ?

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Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Calendar For Next Week. £/-J.! UI.H SON. ? MOON. ' ? - Rises. Sets. ' ' -Rise*.' Sets. — a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. ? . . -wtvro; Sunday 1 6 19 5 45 8 26 6 40 ??'/cki rsMouday 6 20 5 44 9 39 ' 7 22 - Tuesday 6 20 5 51 10 51 8 11 Wednesday 6 21 5 43 Noon 9 8 ? 'vot'iKf:' 'Thursday 6 21 5 41 p.m. 10 15 \,f Friday 6 22 5 40 1 55 11 25 ? ' Saturday 6 23 5 38 2 40 a.m. ' Moon's Phast. First quarter of mnon, April 13, at 10 37 p.m. r'v,1 H'' ' — TH E^ : mmm mmm AND 'WESTERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER. . . SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1894.

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