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

C0N8UMBES ov Wax Vestas must be careful to ?ee hat they get Bryant and May's only, which ara the very best in quality and twenty per cent, more iu quantity than the foreign-made wax vestas Bryant and May's Plaid Wax Vestas are made only in London, and have been awarded 19 Pbizk Medals for excellence of quality. Every box of Bryant and May's Wax Vestas 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 nferior article.* Our praise bursts' forth louder, yet louder, The more we know Waugh's Baking Pow&er i IMPORTANT NOTICES. J. MOORE, MANAGER AND TRAVELLER FOR E. MILLER, THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, HAS Opened a Branch Tailoring1 Establishment (OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK, MOLONG), With a Splendid Assortment of Samples of English and Scotch Tweeds and Coatings, and will make to order First claBs lnglish or Scotch Tweeds, or Serge Suits from £3 3s. Every Garment well Shrunk. Fit ...

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

DO YOU SUFFER 5 vf -' .wo? .WATW* ') i*-.- :. from--. , -;[ ( »'?- q^jj LIVER COMPLAINT, „ ^^.^X, v INDIGESTION, ... ^'/V^ £, ;, CONSTIPATION, \(\$\ }'$0 t .A B EABTBURN. . JLfl.^Ji^ FLATULENCE, .„ Or any symptoms of a disordered digestive , apparatus,?, If so, there is no remedy in the. world ? sb' safe and' sure tb! give relief -as' Fletcher's Pills and Clements Tonic. Don't be misled into wasting time ? und money; on any of the V: All-failing ' nostrums so speciously advertised by designing quacks and dishonest rogues. Remember, ' these two remedies have stood the test of jbime, .that their merits are proved, and that a few shillihg's invested on them may save you weeks and months, of suffer ing, and, perhaps, pounds of .^expense; for they have, done so in hundreds of cases^ and we will -'sen'd' you 'evidence to prove our' assertions on re ceipt of your name and address. Remember, delay is^dangerous, and that every hour you neglect your case'the complication increases and a cure ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Catapult. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

The Catapult. ; ^ ? Whatever, thay have been the virtues of this weapon in the hands of the ancients, in times gone by, we have no hesitation in saying that it is an unmitigated nuisance in the hands of juvenile Australia lo-day. In Mo lon« the number of fowls mid other birds wantonly destroyed by the 'Shanghai' is scandalous and uinful, and if the offenders could be caught isr flagrante delicto, we fan «y they amid be uiudeto )»ny raiher de-»rly for their ' whintle.' But 'he job is to catch them in the act, and failing this we think every paront, guardian, policeman, or indeed any grown up pet son would be conferring a public benefit if they confiscated every cata pult on si^ht, and if a good box on the ears followed confiscation in each cuse, so cuuch ' the better.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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FARMER & GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

FARMER & GRAZIER. [Under this heading we shall be glad to publish contributions having reference to agricultural and pastoral matters. Farmers and graziers in the Mo long district are, therefore, requested to forward any items of interest- in connection with tlnir re spective industries to the Editor of the Expbkss.] 648,829 bales of wool were sent from 1ST S. \V« '-s during 1893— an increase of 82,772 bales , '. er the proceeding year. Last week a Chinese gardener at Lawson'a Creek despatched two truck loads of cabbage to Sjdney fur aule, and. when his agent's return came to hand he wai astonished to find that he was called upun to pay £2 18s above the price of the vegetables in order to defray expenses.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Easter Vestry Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

?i'u-/ .?/ :; Easter Veatry Meeting. ' 8t; 'JjOJhn'8 adjourned Easter meeting was hht-ldat the Vicarage on Tuesday evening, °'24th inst., the Rev. J. Alldis presiding. 0 ;Th'e' year's accounts and balance-sheet were read and adopted. The total revenue of the parish, from all sources and for all parochial \l objects,' wan £386 6s 3d. After paying all 'other ex p'enses, a deficiency was shown in stipend account of £34 Is 3d. Two clergy had been paid up to the end of 1893, the , arteais being for tirat quarter of '94. . £25 'lls bad been put by for church repairs aud | . improvemehts at Garra and Beri. After the financial business and special thanks to the wardens, collectors, and all church workers. Mr. W. Newmarch was chosen 'by the' clergyman as Minister's Wai den for ^he, year '94-5. Mr. Betts was elected People's Warden ; Trustees' Warden to be appointed by the Vicar-General, the Hon. ^ John Smith to be nominated, Drs. Browne and. Fielder, Messrs. J: Rubie, A. Bridekirk, ..' ( and...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A GOOD SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

A GOOD SUGGESTION. It would be well if the committees of country agricultural societies were required t-- devote a certain proportion of the funds available for prizes (10 to 20 per cuntj to the best grown crops in the districts. What we wawt to get rid of is slovenly fanning, and the more object lessons of this kind we can put before the younger generation of farmers the better. If I the leading members of a country society were ? competing for the best acre eaeh of maize, wheat, ' oats, and potatoes, or other crops, according to ? the district capabilities, each one would study : the questions of thorough tillage, manures, seed, I time of planting, &c, and each would know :; why he had won, or what better system than J his own had beatou him. — Australian Aoui ? OULTUUIoT. ?

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Land Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Land Selections. The undermentioned lease was applied for on the 19th instant: — , Michael James Devine, 256 acres, parish Nauami, county Ashburnh»iu. The following selection were taken up at the Molong Lands Office on Thursday last : — fiONDITIONAL PURGE ASKS. E. Marston, 60 acres, parish Nanami, county A'shburnhnm. F. G. Davidson, 80 acres, parish Nanami, county Ashburnham. CONDITIONAL LEASES. E. Marston, 180 acres, parish Nanaini, county Ashburuham. ?? . . F. G. Davidson, 240 acres, parish Nananii, county Ashburuham. . , 5

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A PATENT WOOL TESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

A PATENT WOOL TESTER. The Forbes Times says :— We have been shown a sample of the 'Austral patent wool and b'bre tester,' a machine invented by Mr. W. Anderson, of Forbes, and patented under the names of Messrs. Anderson, Tooiney, and Schey, its mission being simply to test wool and to register whether it is wet or dry. The invention is certainly a very ingenious one, and will probably settle for all time the disputes arising at shearing as to whether sheep are wnt or dry, and consequently un6t or (it for shear ing. The patent is a brass can, the inside of which is hollowed out in a conical shape, while the bottom edges are seriated to enable the machine to sit well into the wool on the sheep's buck. Hound the rim of the can is a space into which boiling or hot water is poured from the top, while a thermometer at the side of the machine and which comes in contact with the water, rtgisters the heat up to 120 degrees. When the can is filled the machine is placed on the sheep's back, a...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Important Auction Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Important Auction. Sale; This afternoon, at two o'clock nharp, Messrs. A. D. Eaatinure and Co., will submit at auction a large quantity of Japanese goods. The sale will be conducted in the premises next to the Town Mall and opposite the Express Office. The lines to be offered com pii.se embroidered silks, screens, porcelains, bronzca, enamels, lacquered . ware, children'rt toys, ?tnd'curios, and those in Buarch of raie, useful, and interesting novelties would do well to attend the sale.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Local news is as scarce as money in Molong thiu week. The football season has commenced and local chemists are jubilant. Sergeant AtkinNOn caught a 61b finh in the Molong Creek one evening this wenk. Mrs. A. G. Beveridge left Molong on Wednesday last to join her husband at Forbes. The Molong, Parkes, end ..Forbes districts will lose some good men when the railway engineers bid them adieu. Mr, James Haulam, jutir., met with a painful mishap on Wednesday. H« was assisting in the dressing of one of the shop windows, when he fell 'from a ladder and sptained his right wrist. The iocal Teunis Club's courts were never in better order than they are at the present time, and Mr. Tom Cupitt'is to be compli mented upon his first cUbh work. A meeting of the members of the Molong Town Band whs held on Wednesday night, ' when the election of officers for the eusuing year was proceeded with and resulted as under: — Hon. Secretary, Mr. W. Carrol 1|;' . ;lion. treasurer, Mr.' 'W. '...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Late Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Late Items of Interest. ... ? i ?? m ? ? . .. The Superiutendttnt of the L*bor Bureau says that the dig' ivss in Sydney is decreasing. Ouly 399 families are now receiving telief. On Saturday next, the rights in connec tion with the forthcoming Show of the Cum nock P^ and A. Society will \-e-. awld afc, Ciiiimock. We have been requested to stats that church service will be conducted to-morrow (Sunday) morning, at 11 o'clock, at St. Audrew'a, GaiTH, Eirly yesterday inorning-u couple of nice showers fell in Moloiiy. To-day (Frllay), however haa bewn clear and Might, though a chilly breeze has been .blowing. :. -Messrs. R-dford mid Co , photographers, pf Gidley-ati.ettt, announce in this issue that they have reduced the price of their cabinet portraits to 15a per di-zeu and 10s per half dpzeu. ;:1:|Phe last contest for the captaincy of the Mqloit^ l-i.*/*;' Tennis' Club will lie played this (Saturday). afternoon. The players left in the final are Messrs. C. Legh and J. Keenan. ___ ? '.'...

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Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Oalendar For Next Week. -),;*;..? . SUN- MOON. Rises. Seta. Rises. ' Seta. . ' a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m; Sunday 6 35 5 19 0 52 2 16 Mouday G 36 5 18 1 52 2 42 Tuesday 6 30 5 17 2 52 3 9 Wednesday 6 37 5 16 3 55 3.36 ? Thursday 6 38 5 15 , 4 58 4 4 Friday 6 39 5 14 6 7 4 36 1 Saturday 6 39 , 5 13 ,7.19. : 5 15 Moon's Hliase. New moon, May 6, at 0 46 ii.tn. : ?,:?? : ,-. . ' — THBrr,; '.. ''?? . VVESTKRN DLSL'ltlOTS ADVKRTlSKLi. ,'.... SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1894.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Gi-1WRC:H SERVICES; ?;? Appended aro the .chinch appointments, incon nectiou wiili the loc*l Wesleyaii Oh u rob, fur to-morrow aud the following Sunday : — , Apil 29. Molong, 11 a.m.— K«v. I). A. GiUeuaii Moiling, 7.30 p in.— Jtiev. D. A. Gilsenan Gana, 3 p.ni — ltev. 1). A. Gilseuan lied; Mill, 3 p.m.— Mr. J. Paokhain Shades, 3 y.ui. — Mr. E. Baker 0.irKo,7 p.m.— (Juran Mission Band . Buria«a'n, 3 p.m.— Mr. J: VV. VVorrall' Lockwood, 11 a.m. — Mr. J. W. Wmi-all

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

St.! JOSEPH'S UATHUL1U CHURCH. Molong — 1st Sunday of oveiy mouth. Cargo— 2u-l Sunday nt civury uiouCli. Oudal — 3rd Sunday of evory ninuin. Ou.iu.uook— r-ith Sunday of every mouth. , ftlanildia — 5th .Sunday in the mouth (when occurring).

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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

BAPTIST CHURCH. Rkv. Jbssb Mayo, Pastor. First Sunday eauu Mo-sxh. — Gann, 3 p.m., Mr. W. Hylaud; 7 30 p.m., Pastor. Gregra. 3 p.m., Mr. W. Edwards. Mauildra Hall, 11 a.m., Pastor. . Second Sunday. — Garca, 3 p.m., Pastor; 7.30 p.m., Mr. A. Waldock. Gregra, 7.30 p.m.,. Pastor. Manildra, 11 n.tn., Pastor. Thikd Sunday.— Garra, 3 and 730 p.m., Mr. D. Ball. Gres»ra, 3 p.m., Pastor. Mauil dra, 7.30 p.m., Ptistiir. Foukth Sunday.— Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor; 7.30 p.m., Mr.. \V. Pock'naH.. ..Greuitt, 7.30 p.m., Mr. G. W. Griffith.. . Man.iidra,- 11 a.m., Pastor. Fifi'H Sunday— Garra, 3 p.m., . Mr. W. Straochen ; .7. 30 p. in , Pastor ; Giegra, 3 p.m., Paatcw. Mauildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Morning services at M;uiildra Hall ; other services at Mauildra House.

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Why Not All Round? [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Why Not All Eouni..?, A WRITER in an exchange says : — ;?'. I often hear people blackguarding swagmpn behind their backs for refusing to work from sun rise to .sunnet for. a trifle more than tkeir tucker. Yet generally the swagman has a 'Vife^'a'nd 'c'liildien' somewhere who are 'de pending upon charity until he can send them down money out of .which not only to buy , food,, but. ajso to pay, .taking an average, say «12d« week renti andif he accepts a: job. that will only keep him he will have no oppor tunity to look for the ichanoe ofonn that will ? , (Bnabie him to keep t^em. Apa'rt' from that altogether, I bear the poverty. of the would be employer pifca'ded asan excuse for vilifying the unlucky tramp, but suppose instead of tie man having only himself to sell he kept 'a'bbotshop, and tried to sell 'boots, and the ?! same person offered to buy, not the, u:'?. of ''his limbs, but a pair of boots made- by the use ,of .his limits, but . only' offered him ( sixpence i for . , the - p...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Western Judge Cuts Up. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

;; . j - 'jp -Western Judge iCuts Up; - [AlWBSTaaN' judge was listening to an attorney who had a mean habib of interdokting re ' marks into the pcocea-litigs of the court. What he said was scarcely ever he -rd by any ''onite/as he mutobled'i'titlier thai) spoke, ? and would never repeat a remark. One dny lie laiid^BOiu'e'thmg; which nobody /heard 'except the judge, ; who at once becain'e exceedingly angry. Turning to the, court bailiff, he thun dered out : ' Adjourn i his court!' Then aa '86dnj!a8 r t'he'baiiiff li--t.il done' his -dnty, the judge stepped from the bench, beckoned to the lawyer to follow him, and entered the clerk's office. The lawyer went along. So ?did two or three other -persons. As soon us 'tlie' jiiolsje got1 fairly into the room, he seized a law-book, and, turning upon the lawyer, he fairly, scteamed : ''.I was on the bench awhile ago and you insulted me. I was a' jud;-e then. I am a man now, and, the man will have an apology for the judge, or he will take it o...

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

TO THE RESCUE AND NO MISTAKE! When n man nets a peppercorn in his mouth he Receives an impression and awakes to the fact that life is no longer a dream. Gr. C. HAMB¥ ?? ? ? ???::.? ;?:?..?: -it Wishes you to awake to the fact that he has reconstructed his business and in future . will, sell, for The disastrous Bank and large business failures or- the past year have clearly pointed out the want of reformation ir. all classes of trades, aud therefore seeing that no other firm in Molong do ,a Strictly Cash Trade ' a a hame¥ . , ? .will endeavour to: r ^ - LEAD THE WAY ; CHEAP ° PRICE S I and this he is specially able to do through being uuder little expense oompared with other Stores in this district since ho has . :. No Other Place of Business ! -??:?? No Branch Stores ! .No Large StaiF of Assistants ! No Old Stock ! . ;: -v a ,No Long Credit Customers ! ' ! and consequently . , ! No Bad Debts ! ; : ' ?? ?? ??! ??:?..? ? ' .??? . .: ;;i-;;;J All these advantages being taken into consi...

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The State of Things at Coolgardie. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

The State of Things at Coolgardie. High prices are now. ruling for everything, as the following rates show : — Flour, 25s per 501b ba^ ; bread, Is per ljlb. loaf; butter, 2s 3d per lb. ; potatoes, 6d to 8d per lb ; onions, 7d to 8d per lb; sugar, 8d per lb ; tea, 2s 6d per lb; rice, 8d per lb; oatmeal 5d per lb ; tinned milk, 3d per lb ; tinned fruits, 2s 3d per lb ?? bacon, Is 9d per lb ; salt, 6d per lb ; oats 20s per bushel ; chaff, 6d per lb ; bran, bd per lb. cheep command a high figure. One stationowner, . who receW'jly offered a flock at 10s per head on the run, lately refused 16s per head. The cost of living will be appaient from the fore going. It may be as well to mention that already there ere plenty of men seeking wages work. Miners should consider well before deciding, nnd should, at any rate, not come over with empty pockets. The wages paid are — To fi rat-clans miners, 80s; second ?class 70s; labourers, 54s to 60s; carpenters, 1 2a to £48 ; plumbers, 90s per week ; ge...

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