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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

The demand for Australian and New Zea land butter w as v so great in the London markets during the eaily part of last month that consignments were' sold freely to arrive. Baron Hirsch, the Austrian, gave a dinner in London to 60 brother millionaires, at a cost of £1200. Owing to the lack of water 2000 men have had to leave the Kutnalpi gold rush. Coolgardie is veiy' short of provisions, and with a large inrush of. men a famine would be inevitable. The Minister for Lnnds- assorted at Armi dale that he was not an extreme, protec tionist. ^ . ... Since taking office Mr. Copeland has waived foifeiture in 3084 instances of non fulfilment of laud; selection conditions. ' The scene of tlie Clyd« River gold rush is practically deserted. ,Sou|e---f the destitute men are eating corn in the sobs, and are beijgiu' their way back. At a public meeting held at Albnry last night it was unanimously decided to petition the Executive Council for Mi* commutation of theisentence of death, passed ou the ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A. COULSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

A. Coulson. Frtt Cattle. — Notwithstanding that only 20 were yarded, they were turned out unsold. Quotations about, last week's prices. Fat Sheep. — Maiket not quite so firm as last quotation*. I yarded 313 and dispoBwd of them as follows :-r— On account of Mr. O. MuMurray 69 ewes, from 2s 31 to 4s 61 ; on account of Mr H.Ford, 18 ewes at 3* 3d, and 57 wethers lit 4s 61 ; and mi account of Mr. F. Qiiiuil, 27 wetheis-at 3s Lid. and 31 ewes at 3*. Siore Sheep. — None yarded. I sold 62 ewes and cull's &t Is 3d. Have buyers for good sound wetheis. Store Cattle. — Only a few stray head yarded. 1 sold for Mr. John Beaver, 3 heifers at 14*. Pit;?. —I sold for Mr. S VVelsmau; 2 fut pigs at £1 9s each. Horses. — Although a fair number were. yarded the sales weie dull. I sold 10 head for various owners from £2 to £9 8s, all saddle hacks. One wagonette for £11 10a, aud ono dray and harness for £6 15s. Orange, 16th April, 1894. ?

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORANGE STOCK REPORT J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

ORANGE S'L'OUli. REPORT J. S. Lekds and Co. Fat Cattle. — 20 yarded. Owing to the reserve placed on these only six were sold. Middling 12s per lOOlbs. Wo utill advise owi.ers to sell iu the local markets, prices boin^j more profitable than the Fleinihgtou rates. Our sales were— G head for Mr. E. II. Lane, at £3 15s aud £4. Fat -Sheep. — Market firmer. We sold— 200 ewes for Mr. Gowman, at 2s to 3s till ; 50 wethers for Mr. D. Militate, at 4s 5d ; ami through Sydney agents, -115 mixed ahuoji for Mrs. Frost. Lambs made 6s 8d, wethers 5s lOd, ewes 6s. {Store Sheep. — None yarded. Store Cattle. — Market firm for local lota. We sold 20 Leii'l for Mr. M. Stewart. Propony — We sold during the week for Mr. Jas. Spratt., farm of 35 aorfts #ith all improve ments, for the lump sum of £1000. j April 10,1894.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

LOCAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. I'll a following are the wholesale quotations : — . j £ s d JE a d. JSggB, per dosen ... ! . ... 0 0 10 0 1 0 Fresh Butter, per lb... : ... 0 0 5 0 0 8 (Jheese, per lb.. ... 0 0 4 0 0 0 Bacon, per lb.., ... ... 0 0 6 0 0 9 llouey, per lb.. ... ... 0 0 3 0 0 4' Now Potatoes, per owt .,.0 2 6 0 3 0 Wheat, per bushel * ... ... 0 2 6 0 0 0 Maize, per bushel ... . ... 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 Oats, per bushel, feed ... 0 2 O 0 2 0 ChalF, per ton ? ... 3 0 0 0 0 0 lluy, per ton ... ... ... 2 10 0 3 0 0 follard, per ton ... ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Bran, per ton.., : ... ... 3 0 0 3 10 0

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Municipal Council. ; ? -♦ ? ? ? ; — . The ordinary meeting of the Molong Municipal Council was held on Tuesday. Present — His Worship the Mayor (Alderman M'Groder^, Aldermeu Harris, Millgate, Windred, Packham, Pucker, and Couch. Absent—Aldermen Laiier aud Beveridge. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read aud confirmed. ? oRKESPONDEJfCE. ; \ Y \ There were no very importahtv communica tions amongst the inward correspondence. ' A letter was read from Mr. John Black giving notice of his intention to withdraw his name as one of the guarantors^ for the Council's over draft at the Commercial Bank. The letter was received and the Council Clerk instructed to write to Mr. Black thanking him for hia past' kindnesses and informing him that the Counbii' would relieve him of the liability referred to . at as early a date as possible. — Au offer was re- . ceived from Mr. William Starr to dispose of. 10 yards of road metal to' the Council at the rate of 3s per yard. In consequence ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Coming Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

A Coming Drought, A correspondent writes to the Narrandera Argus:—' A gentleman/ engaged-' 'in pastoral pursuits, who has been resident on the Mtirrum bidgee for the last 24 yearsj and first come to it in '49, tells me that he has not seen a winter open like the present one since, 1870. I have heard several others make the same remark. This gentleman,' however, looks a-libtle further ahead, and says that the bountiful season on which we are now entering is the precursor of a ' regular beauty of a -drought.' ' He bases his forecast on a knowledge of the weather condi tions which followed the '51 flood—rwhich washed Gundagai away — and the '70 flood, both of which were followed by good seasons, and real humming droughts. In 1896-7, he says, the drought will come adding with emphasis, 'f And don't you forget it.,' There is one man, ait least, who believes in this forecast, and that is the prophet himself. He tells1 me that he intends to stock heavily this year ; next year he will go sl...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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LAND NOTES. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. Within Nanima and Bangaroo Holdings, resumed areas Nos. 36A and 524A. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

I LAviD NOTES. IUEVO ^TION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. Land District op Molonq. ithin Naniuia aud Baiigaroo Holdings, ra il suured meaa Nos. 36a and 524a. if No. 9 of the county of Ashburnhuuj, for H'oad of access, notified : 25th November, 11885, parish of Nanami, area about.88 acres. ||rhe Crown lands withiu the following Ibuundaries : Commencing at the north-east icoruer of poriiou 71 of 40 acres, exclusive of road ; and bounded on part of the west ,by -Ihe east boundaiy of that poriiou bearing ?' 'south to its south-east corner ; ou part of the , south by part of the uorth boundaiy of Ifjortion 100 bearing east to the south-west Corner of portion 156 ; thence ou part of the 'east and agaiu on the south by the west, and , a line partly forming the north boundary of -that portion, being lines bearing north and past to a point due uouth of the south-west corner of portion 153 of 60 acies; thence ou the remainder of the east by a liue uorth 5 chaius, ou the uorth by a liue west to the ea...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Cumnock Beastiality Case. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

The Cumnock Beastiality Case. j At the Bathurst Assizes on Wednesday, James. Johnson, a young man about 32 years of age,, was arraigned, on a charge of bestiality at Cum nock, in January last. , ?The prisoner, who pleaded not guilty, was undefended. The Crown Prosecutor, in opening the case, said, that it was a soriiewhat peculiar one, as the only person who could have given evidence of seeing the offence committed could not be found. r He would call the ' policeman who arrested accused, and the jury could hear his evidence. Alexander Brown, on his: recognisance waa then called, but did not answer. : i Constable O'Neil, stationed at Ciimriook, gav6 evidence of 'the arrest, and stated that when arrested the accused had admitted, the. offence.. He did not think he was right in his mind. He looked on him as somewhat of' ah idiot. ' Dr. W. F. Bassett, who examined the accused SB to his mental condition, said that he was sane.. Certainly he was not so weak minded as not ta. understand wh...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

t^'LOOK OUT FOR THE SHOP ACROSS THE STREET '! (Next to the Commercial Bank). ; '? ? ? ;V' ?' 1 ? ' ' j' -i.' !.? - ,;w ? NEILSON ''-.N i ,i Whilst cordially thanking the residents pf Molong and its Surrounding Districts for t, he liberal patronage they have extended to him during- the1. ' , v' ''years he has been iii business, begs to inform them that he has REMOVED the Glasgow Stores to more commodious premises, next the Commer--, JciM; Bank, and trusts that by strict attention to the requirements of patrons to merit a still further share of support in the future. 1 v THE ? STORES.1 / ' The carrying on of business in the new premises, enables him to oifer many advantages and. conveniences to the public, who are invited to walk across the street and look at the display. The BEST OF EVER YTHING is obtainable at the LOWEST PRICE, and people are requested to do v their business with him. In many instances the prices of the Latest Fashion Goods are even lower than those quoted for the o...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

10 THOROUGHBRED THREE YEAR OLD COLTS & FILLIES. Coulson's Horse Bazaar, „ ORANGE. MONDAY, 23rd APRIL. A. COULSON HAS been favoured with instructions from L. N. Smith, Esq., to sell by Publio Auction, -»? ON MONDAY NEXT, At 2 o'clock/ ' . 10 Thoroughbred three-year old Colts and' Fil lies, by Andover and Emperor,- with the Forest King and Bylong strain in them. ? j ! : ? '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

?? DEATH. McCORMACK. — On, the 18th instant, at the res i- , dence of jir. J. P. Paton, Phillip-street, Mo long, 'Mary, relict of the late James McCormack, V aged 43 years- ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Department of Lands, / Sydney, 31st March, 1894. - Occupation Licenses. ATTENTION is directed to the notification in . the ' Government Gazette' of 201 li instant, notifying the sale of Occupation Licenses to'be held on the 27th' April next at Molong. . ; . WILLIAM KOUS'J'ON, ?' ...Undersecretary. ? NOTICE TO SHEARERS. NOTICE is hereby given that FROM THIS DATE members of the Pastoralists' Union of New South Wales, and members of any federated Asso ciatioa within the Colony pf Now South Wales will pay the following rates for the work of . shearing : — : In Western portion. Hand Shears. Machines. Embracing the West-'') etirt division, except* I , , ing those parts | known as W e s t 'f 20s per 100 20s per 100, Darling, Riverina, i andSouthein River- | ? , .i ina;- J .4.' ; 'v .- ^ In Eastern portion. \ , Embracing the Cen'-'') ' ' ' ' tral and Eastern |i : ?' ! r 1 divisions excepting ^20s;per; 100;. : i-17s per 100 that part known us j ; . ' 1; f : Southern Riverina. J In West Darli...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Electoral Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Electoral Eights. — » ? It is prescribed by the Electoral Act that a puncture shall be provided for the purpose of puncturing the electoral rights used at an elec tion, bo as to prevent rights being taken from one polling place to another. The application of a chemical ingredient would be sufficient to remove a returning officer's initials and the date, but the puncture will act as an efficient detective. Mr. G. Lewis, the chief electoral officer, has been supplied with a sample of the puncture. It is in the form of a hand stamp, and letters of the alphabet will be uted as dis tinctive marks. Whenever a man votes his right will be punctured, and the right will afterwards be useless for that election. A separate design will be used at each election or bye election. The voting papers will also be punctured, so that the practice of what is known as stuffing the ballot boxes will be at an end. In a supplement to the Government Gazette issued on Friday the following amended regulations w...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The American Auctioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

'C The American Auctioneer. - . ? . ....... ? - — ? Oir .Tuesday evening, Mr. J. Edwarda, the American auctioneer, opened in the School of Arta. Throughout almost the whole afternoon and 'up to the time the doors were opened in the evening, a orier paraded the town pro claiming aloud the wonderful bargains that would be offered to the public, and also an nouncing that a variety entertainment would be given — to witness which no admission fee would be charged. The doors being free for all who choose to enter, it almost goes without saying that there was a great crowd present. From front to rear the building was packed. Every ^available seat was occupied, and a: groat many ...persona tired themselves by standing dtaring the whole of the proceedings. . A plank staging was erected along each aide of the room, and two young ladies were kept busy running the plank backwards and forwards, handiug out goods 'and receiving payment., Mr. Edwards had no cause to grumble about the lack of busi ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Thanks, T'HK Fanjily and Eelatives of the late Mbs. 1 Jamks M'Cobmack desire to tender their llEAHTli'ELT THANKS to their friends foxithe great kindneBs and sympathy shown by them dur ing, their (the Family and Kelatives) recent sad bereavmont ; and also to express their gratude to , tho large number of people who attonded the funeral obsequies. - '

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THE CENTRAL DIVISION LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

THE CENTRAL DIVISION' LEASES:' Sydney, Friday^ — 'Tiio Cabinet wiUjn-o- ' ? batily arrive at a compromise over th» Ceutial Division leases by throwing open the boutheru portions only, the dividing line being made at the Murruiubidgee' River.

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A DISASTROUS FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

A DISASTROUS' FME.ili I London, Thuradny.— A- disastrous i tire originated at a Governiiibht-builiJiiig.'i'ii Jef feison, America, aud burnt to death ; a. great niiiuber of people.. ; ? ''??? ;;;;i\ : ?- ^

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ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES. APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES' , ???ApkiIi 29. , ' ? Mr. Bioomfield's (CiUombals), 11 a.m. ;St. John's, Molonjj, 7 p.m. — Rsv. J. Alldis. .. St. John's, Molong, U a.m. : Sfc. Audrew's, Garra. 11 a.m.— Licensed Lay Reader.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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THE MINERS' EIGHT-HOUR SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

THE MINERS' ElGHT-HuUR SYSTEM. London, Thursday.— Sir J., W. Pt-arse, a coal and ironstone mine-owner,, says the legalising of the eij»l-t-ho»a' system will render useless £40,000,000 capital. ? .'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

iiountm: bicrnard. .; WON'DEIIFL'L 1)0(38. ':? The Moni'stiy «» Si. P- mud is, as esciyone K iows, on tue «.u mint of («iuit St Ccmaid, one of the Alps Th«- moilLsriy i^ i-000 feet j.bo\e the le\el ot th° ?%' i, and is suioumU.il by pcip'tual biiow The dogs of St. Buikiul die m ignilicent ami l-~uililul -iiuiiii.lt,, .iii'l arc' ruined by the niOiiK-. to s,ive life They uiny touml then necks a fl.u-k, containing Wolfe's bclncdam Schnapps, au-l by nineh s--gu lty otten rescue travellers who base lost tlieu way m the snow 'Follow' bo good «in example, always keep Wolfe's. Schnapps m the house. Mrs. Jennie jAtohley is the most extensive breeder of quoenrljeus in the world.' She Jives in Beeville, Bee Country, Texas, and the work on her largu apiary, is done by herself and her eii;ht children. Mrs. Atchley has between 800 and a 1000 colonies of bees devoted exclusively: tojqueen rearing, aud she receives orders from all parts of the tilobe, including Queensland. She raised aud sold more...

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