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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Alderman George Copley Harris. Mr. J. Evers left Molong on Thursday for Wyalong. The Parkea J ookey Club cleared £150 on , . its late raoe-mecting. Winter is coming in with a rush, and promises to be a regular ' sneezer.' Rumour hath it that two Gregra young ladies will, this month, be led to the hy meneal altar. A jGazettb notice has already been issued extending the time in which electors may . receive their rights. , : 1 The Cummock branch of the A.J.S. Bank is to be' closed on Monday next, and the business transferred to Molong. Mr. P. B. Black, well-known iu Molong, -is mentioned as an aspirant for parliamentary honors for the Ashburnham electorate! A parade of . the Molong Volunteers wlU be j held this afternoon. The company wil 7 {all in at the corps office at 3 o'clock ; drill order. A rate of niuepence in the pound has been struck by the Cudal Council upon the as sessed value of all rateable property within the municipality. The Champion saysir^— The Rail...

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

, ?, .Molong Lawn Tennis Club. A committee meeting of the Molong Lawn Tennis Club was held at the School of Arts on Thursday evening. Present — Messrs. R. j S. Stokes (President, in the chair), E. G. Finch, O. Legh, J. Keenan, and the Secretary (Mr. R. Petersen). Tha Secretary an nounced tl tu the Ulub s membership num bered 16 gentlemen aud 16 ladies. It was agreed thai the contest for the captaincy «f the club should be commenced on Friday afternoon (yeuterday). The drawing of the sets resulted as follows ; — A. Gibbons and J. E. Keenan. G, H. Davis and E. G. Finch. W. J. Curie and A. S. Bridekirk, H. L. Simpson aud R. S. Stokes. J. Haslttni and C. Legh, H. H. Chippindall and G. Chapman. Dr. Browue and C. Smith. Dr. Fielder and F. Churchill. R. Petersen, a bye. A code of rules was submitted and adopted. It was proposed by Mr. Legh, aud seconded by Mr. Keenan, ' That it is ad visable to provide another court.' The motion was agreed to conditionally — that the expanse would uot be i...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Late Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Late Items of Interest. . j;; r,, The annual meeting of the Molong Foot ball Chib will Ite held at the School of Arts next Wednesday evening. The quarterly meeting of the Molong , Licensing Court will he held at the court houseon Monday, 30th April. ,, Sergeant Atkinson will attend at the , * Town Hall to-night (Satui day \ from 8 to 10 ' ' o'clock, for the purpose of delivering elec ' toral rights. Only one selection whs taken up at the Molon? Li nds office on Thursday. Lnweon John Davis, 24 aores c.p,, county Ashburn * ham, parish Cargo. A townsman is in receipt of a letter from a Sydney gentleman in which he states that / . . Mr. J. H. Carrutbers, M.P., will shbrtty 1 visit Molong and deliver an address on politi ; , 1 i ( oal questions. ? ? .Messrs. W. J. Windred and Co. report having held a very successful sile, in the : assigned estate of Jus. Mulhall, 8anr., at i f - Doughboy Creek on Wednesday, when al most everything submitted was disposed of ,t .at satisfactory prices. ' -...

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

SAKDfcR AND SOKS1 JiLCALYPTl h.X ,,v TRACT. — Lnder thi'distinguished patronage o '' ?His Majesty the King of Italy, as' (6' com ' ruunication made by the Minister;for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul-General of Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and. Univer- sities all over the Globe. Thereare imitations of Eucalypti Extract inthe market, products ofsimple distillation, forming: crude resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile* Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per informal i -n forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, 2nd March, 1878, we state It is proved by tests' made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Grea gwald, (Prussia) and reported by Dr. Shulz Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Pro fessor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medic...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. ArFKKDED are the church appointments, in con- 1 neofcfon with the local Wesleyan Chuicla, for j to-morrow and the following Sunday : — Aran* S. Molong, 11 a.m. — Mr W. Baker. | Molong, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. IX A. QUsenan. Garra, 3 p.m.— Mr. W. Baker. v Garra, 7.30 p.m.— Mf. E. Baker. Meranburn, 3. p.m. — ^Rev. © A. Gilsenacv. Re I Hill, 11 a.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenaiu April 15. Molong, 11 a.m. — Rev. D. A. GiUeuan Molong, 7 30 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenaii Garra, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Packhunti Shades^ 3 p.m. — Mr. A. Baker Cumnock, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan Barragan, 3 p.m. — Mr. W. Baker Cargo, 7 p.m. — Mr. W. Butter Lockwood, 11 a. i». — Mr. W/Bafcer

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Sk. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Molong — 1st Sunday of every mouth. 'Cargo — 2nd Sunday of every month, y Cudal — 3rd Sunday of every month. ' Cumnock — 4th Sunday of every ino»fch. Manildra — 5th Sunday iu the month (when occurring).

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

JiASSITUDE, HEADACHE* ' BACKAQKR, AND 'INDIGESTION ARE SYMPTOMS OF A DISORDERED LIVER. CLEMENTS TONIC IS TAB ONLY -? ... , RELIABLE AN© RADICAL CURS. HAVE NO OTP KB, Mr, Percy B. Tronier, Albuiy-atreet, Murrum hurrah, N;EkW„ who writes on June 13th, 1893: — I have much pleasure in telling of the great benefit 1 derived from Clements Tonic. During the great influenza epidemic, like thousands of others, lfh*d rather a severe attack, and I consider — in fact, I am sure — that 1 derived more benefit from a few ;? doses of , Clements Tonic than , all the medicines I ' had used hitherto. If people Would only take my advice they would keep it as a household medicine not only as a cure for influenza, b.ut I believe one of the greatest preventives of th$ ahave complaint. As one who has,' benefitted by it I am only too happy at all times to substantiate what 1 have written above.— I remain, yours, etc., Percy B, Tronier, Photographer, Albury-street Murrqm hurrah, N.S. W. HYPNOTISM, , , Whatev...

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

r PaxHamentary Candidates, The'elootttjms are.ontninjjy oh-oh, oh-oh J Ana wherever you happen by chance to go You can hear the aoft speech of the candidate And list to hia musical voioe : He'll promise well-nii;h anything that yon ask, And loves in your verv heat graces to bask j Be feels that he hasn*t a difficult tatk To prove he's the man for your choice ! A culvert, a bridge, and a railway as welt Up against yonr own door he will frequently tell V.. -1 u-,»ii — (? ;n o ► ;c nn.,'ii ...... i.» j ? ?* vu i|c 41 |(ov n wnwy ai jrt.ni ti qoiiu huu H* swell * The list of M's. P. on the roll j He knowa aa a rule the best ticket to preach, And poses as one who can politios tench ; ? He's oily in manner aa well as in speech And he. hopes to get top of the poll \ He's dead against payment-^until he eets in, When he'll dit aw, like the rest, from the colonyks «« tin,' And. put into billets the whole of hia kin ? Who may on him make any demand. He'll tax all you eat, and all that you wear...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

)L- 'rhere:a.0 about 10,000 men scattered -. over -»the AVyaloiig yi'lutield. r' Two ehiuuse, ivarthips will soon arrive in Port '.JacUiTiinv-- ? .? ',| : ' The Minister. for.. Public ? (Hou. W. J. ..Lyne) I celebrated:.,. iiis .r50tu ..'birthday* .-yesterday. ;(6ch - | Apui) ,, Frederick Grayson, Auburn, Victoria, was, on .Sunday, struck by lightning, having both -liiH.uims imi-itl vsrnl -i ?!?:?? w.. :s .; j:,.. -? ! Over four hundred permits were issued by the Mima Dep*rtmeut to fossickers on T'uesday :laat.' ? .? . '''? Tho heavy: ruins. and wurm .w.sather.. following . have caused a pheiiomeual growth of grass 111 - the linui ke district. James Bolton ^Melb.^ is to be proceeded :ugiwust for cruelly using his little «oii. He kept him chained up like a dog iu his home for six : months. ? ? During the month of March 'very 'nearly 18'JQ : gallons, of.inilk daily passed through the separa r.ttva ii t-t liV tliu lnhnl. boing 54;289' gallons. ' . . A French syndicate has asked Mr. J. ...

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

TATTERSALLS' Monster Prize List. BIRTHDAY du'Pj'i Rand wick, May - 26—50,000 Subscribers at ijs each. ? BIRTHD A YvGtJP— 10,000 afclOs each. For full pai'ticulirs'read printed .Circulars. ? (EST Please state |he amount enclosed* witlr application. **? ''' v ? Bo sure and iregisfcet lctters, aiid take care of.'the receipt for registration :till you receive pur replyt ? * Address ' Tattersall,'. ' Care Geo. Adams, The Teflegraph Chambers, Queon ?. .... ??? .. .street, Brisbane, Queensland.-,- .-?»».iwv.wu .OP R O NLY ADDRESS Recommend the ' Molong Ex prlsI'Mx^ybur- -friends. ? ' V-. MP NO When a man gets a peppercorn in his mouth he receives au impression and awakes to the fact ',' that life is no longer a dream. G. C. HAMEY: Wishes you to awake to the fact that he has reconstructed his business and in future will aell for The disastrous Batik and large business failures ot th«» past yi ar have clearly pointed out the want of reformation ir. all classes of trades, and therefore seeing...

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

Sporting Na-tea. [By 'Phjl,;0. -Sophbr ] I The interesting and scientific pastime of lawa tennis has some exoellent exponents in Molong. who are determined to m-tke the coming season a suocess. The court on the Recreatiou Ground^ J is a scene of activity every afternoon, and a 1- JJ though the season is only about to commence several players are already exhibiting good form. Some of our townspeople heve offered a. few valuable prizes, which, no doubt, are highly appreciated. These will be played for shortly,, when a plan of operations for the season will be? drawn up; and the members in tend by art intercourse of friehdiy tournaments to not only accomplish themselves in the arta and mysteriea of the game, but to cultivate a still greater in terest in our midst for the sport, and to make- the club a popular institution. In their efforts I extend them my heartieBt good wiahe& I hear that Staff-Sergeant Marston ia endea vouring to start a gynasiuin club in connection with the M...

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The Horseshoes Protest at Cudal Show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

The Horseshoes Protest atthe Cudal Show. ,L«'^ Consbqcent upon the decision arrived at by the A. and P. Society committee to submit the horseshoes exhibited by Messrs. George Hartas and Kidd Brothers at the/late show . to certain Orange blacksmiths for rejndging, Mr. Schramme informs iis (Cddai, News) that the decision of the local judges has been reversed and the prize awarded to Mr. Hartas, whose work was unmarked. The names of the Orange tradesmen above referred to are Messrs. O. C.- Gardiner, H. Addison, and F. Skelly. The excess of assets over liabilities of the Government Savings bank is £28,416. The Government, of Tasmania propose to send from 3000ft to 4000ft of timber to London as an experimental shipment. Sir George Dibba thinks that men can no more be1 stopped from drinking then women from kisBing;. ' !

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ORANGE STOCK REPORT J S. LEEDS AND Co [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

ORANGE STUCK REPORT j S.' Lkkds akd Co Fat Cattle. —About ? 80 yarded. Best beef, made 10* io 12j per 100, 0s. We sold — 18 on I locks for Mr. S. J. Foster, averaging £'2 10d. 7 builocks for Mr. J. M. Atkinson to £3 14s. 3 cows, same owner J-J3 2-. Fat Sheep. — Owing to the short supply the market was bet ter. , We sold— 100 wet hors for tUe.Ex.orB, J.,.H.olman, at 5s 3d to 5s 4d. Sunt) Sheep. — Market 'liiucU tii-iner for all descriptions. VVoihers are. veiy scarce aiid sell ing well. We sold privately, foi; Mr. J. Ruther ford, 10,000 wethers delivered ou Aiwaroo lit 4s J) I. -;w l:;'r -- .y Horses. — Market dull for good li^ht hacks thete is a fair demand, but other infuiidr lots liuid to sell. '? '???'; ? - A. Coulson. ' : Fat , Cattle. — A bi:ut. 80 yarded. The trade was well repreaenied both by country and town buyers. All stock yarded met with brisk com petition. L sold for Mr. Claude Smith. 20 (Hillocks, from £2. 15s to £3 13, av eraging £3 3s lOu'jl for. Mr. A. ? T. Pearse, ...

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LOCAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

LOCAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Thu following aro the wholesale quotations : — £ . s d j£ s d Eggs, per doKen ... ...0 0 8 to 0 Q 10 if resli Butter, per lb... ... 0 0 8 0 0 10 Uheese, pur iu.. ... ... 0 0 4 0 0 (» Bacon, per lb..,' ... ... 0 0 6 0 0 9 Honey, per lb.. ... ... 0 0 3 0 0 4 New .Potaloes, per owt' ... 0 3 6 0 5 O Wheat, per bushel ... ...0 2 6 0 0 0 Maize, per busliel ... ... 0 0 0 0 2 0 Oabs,.per bushel, feed .0-' J'O'. 0 2 0 Chal?; per, ton...-, ? ? 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ... . ... Us10 0 - ?' 3 0 0 Pollard, per ton. ... ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Bran, per. tun..-. .. ... 3 0 0 3 10 0„

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COMMONS TRUSTEES MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

COMMONS TRUSTEES MEETING. The Council sat as trustees of . the Com mons immediately after the conclusion of the former meeting. Beyond the reading of the minutes of last Commons .meeting and the reading of the ranger's ^report, no busi ness was transacted. Diphtheria is still prevalent at: Stuart Town. Splendid rain fell at Wellington on Sunday, ample provision* for the coining winter being ensured. It is reported that the case, Proudfoot v. tho Railway Commisssioners, has been settled by the latter, paying £80,000 Mr. Donald, M.L. A., says if the workers spent less of their hard-earned cash in the public-houBes their condition would be better. Rich reefs have been discoyed at Omoo (Vic) One yielded 5 oz. .3 dwti 5 gr. of gold and 1 oz. 15 dwt. 6 gr. of silver to the ton. Another ./*- gave 15 oz;, 13 dwt. 19 gr.1 of gold and 3 oz. of silver to the :ton.

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

Municipal! Cduricil.' On Tuesday last the ordinary meeting of the Molong Municipal Council whs hold. Present-— His Worship the M -'yor (Alder man M'Groder), Aldermen Couch, Beveridge, Parker, aud Packham. Aldernian Beve ridge apologised for the absence of Alderman Lauer. Absent — Alderman Windred and Millgate. JiiiN UTUS. The minutes of the previous regular meet ing weie read vnd confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence outward' since last meet ing.was read. There were only a aouple of letters received, and they were not of public importance. ' A CIRCULAR. - - - A circular was read from the Newcastle Municipal Council, nuking the cooperation of the Molong Council iu having the follow ing resolution carried into 'jflfect. 1 ' 'I'liat this Council invites tlie co opeiation of -' all Municipitlities throughout t lie colivny , to urgf1 upon the Goyern n en t , 1 1 1 1 .e ? v .V i««-s ^ ? A I j. f .Y . P ^ tendering a |-u t Jiu in v i ta.tion-v.! o -. -thtt ; High t Honoui a I'le t W. E...

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A Good Citizen and Worthy Official. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

A Good Citizen and Worthy Oftcial. In making the presentation of an address and purse cf sovereigns to Mr. F, J. E. Rae (sta tion-master at Molong) at Wellington last week, the Chairman (Alderman J. Connor) said it was hia pleasing duty to present to Mr. Rae an address which briefly expressed the feelings of the public of Wellington towards him, and their regret for his departure. As Btation master he had fulfilled his duties to their utmost satisfac tion, and alao to the satisfaction of the railway authorities. Aa a private citizen and townsman, Mr. Rae had been all that could be desired; they could not have had a better man, one who waa liberal minded, a jolly good fellow, one who waa willing to assist in all charitable movements without regard to side or creed. Everybody regretted hia departure, and everybody joined in wishing hint and hia wife and family the greatest sucoesa and happiness wherever they might be. (Applause.) The following is the copy of the addresa : — 'To F. J. ...

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

An Acknowledgment. ? * ? Appended is the Rev. R. Seymour-Smith's acknowledgment of the address, presented to him by the Incumbent, Churchwardens, and Vestry of St. John's, Molong : — ' Wombin,' Nyngan, April 3, 1894. The Inoumbent, Churohwardens, and Vestry of St. John's Church, Molong. (Per favor 0/ the Molong Express ) Reverend Sir and Gentlemen, — It ia with feelinga of gratitude that 1 write to thank you for the illuminated address and for the kind expressions of approval contained therein. I cannot help feeling that the encomiums are un merited, as I merely endeavoured to do my duty during my term of office in Molong, and that duty, I may state en passant, waB rendered doubly pleasant on acoount of the assistance and co-operation always rendered me by my Incum bent and Wardens. Once more thanking you for all your kind ness to me in the past. I am, gentlemeu, Yours very truly, R. Seymour-Smith.

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Cricket Club Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

Cricket Club Meieting. A 8PECIAI1 meeting of the members of the Mo long Cricket Ciub was convened for Tuesday night, and it is long since such a large attend ance waa before seen at a similar meeting in Molong, and so much interest manifested. The immediate reason of the meeting was to sail on Mr. F. Ewens to show cause why, in view of his strange conduct in deserting hia olub and leaving the ground when a match, in which he was a player, waa in progress, he should not be expelled, or oalled on to resign. A number of members spoke in very severe terms, condemn ing the action of the player in question, but as he had seen fit to apologise to the olub and at the same time tender his resignation at a mem ber, the meeting decided to deal in a lenient manner with him, and his apology and resigna tion were unanimously accepted. A proposition was carried to the eneot that no further match be played with, Cumnook thia season, owing to the ungentlemanly ©onduot of seine of their representativ...

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The Council and the Bench. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 7 April 1894

The Council and the Bench. At the Molong Police Oourt on Tuesday last, the cases which the Inspector of Nuisances had againat several ratepayers for breaches of the Municipal by- lawB were , to have come on, but before entertaining them the Benoh (Messrs. J. T. Lane, P. M., and Dr. Ross, J.P.) desired to know if the Council had overcome the obstacles that presented themselves on the two former occasions when the cases were brought before the Court and postponed. Alderman Couoh — who, by the bye, ably watohed the municipality's in terests — said the Counoil were prepared to go on with the cases, and .could prove that its by-laws were in operation; and perfectly legal. This would not do the Benoh. Eiefore a case waja called it would have to be shown to their satisfaction that the by-laws were operative, and if this was not done the oases would not be entertained. By way of assisting the Council out of the diffi culty, Dr. Ross suggested that it Bhould obtain the.' services of its soli...

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