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The Council's Parting Benediction. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

; The Council's Parting Benediction. ? «O ? : ? ' ? ? Tug Mining on Privut« Lands Bill had a rough time, of it in the Legislative Council before the third reading was passed. Dr. Bowker characterised the bill us 'dishonest, ineligioiiH, mid bad,' and fluid that aince the Education Act had- made the teaching of God a Hecondary matter, the community hud gone down hill ut headlong Hperd. That learned legislator, John Smith by. 'name, regarded the measure as 'outrageous, iniquitoufl, and anti-English ;' he wns more than aHtonished, h« was grieved «t seeing a respectable Scotch man (like Dr. M' La u riu) propose it., Tramps woi),ld now come uloui; and claim a cop»rt netVUip in a man's property, and the tramp would arrive like a thief in the night without giving notice or knowledge of his coining. Coomtien, C.M.G-., said the bill was contrary to Biiiish law and British justice, it was utterly incoimstent with British notions of fair piny, and under it landowners would have their lands jum...

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

Land for Selection. ['By v Patbohv'T : . ' I Is it not Bome what paradoxical to find Mr, | Copelti'n'il declaring, in face of the cry for throwing open. the Crown lands in the Cen tral Division, bint there were six million ^A'i-s niiertdy open to selection. Why are no' these six million Hcren taken up? No doubt mime of (he lurid is infeiior, but there must be mucli that is nuitaUe for farming putpbseH. Why Rhould not the latter be come occupied t.efore disturbing the lease hold areas 1 ft can only it rise from the number of bona fide electors bein» limited, mid thp I«nd l-^ina; pruetictlly of no use to the profession^ Und selector. The very fact tliH.t.:th»«re are six million acres of land open to selection is . tho strongest possible argu ment against any further increase of the area. What Mr. Copdand should do, is to have these lands surveyed; classified, and divided into suitable areas, the prices or rentals beini; governed by circumstances, and not allow an additional acre to be...

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

A. Coulson. Fat Cattle;' — Notwithstanding the small num ber yarded, prices were only a shade firmer than last week's quotations. Best beef making from Us 6d to 12s per lOOlbs. . I Bold for Mr. T . Barrett 1 cow at £3 18s, and 1 bullock at £2 16s. Fat Sheep.- — Considering the small number yarded, prices showed no improvement upon recent quotations. I sold for Mr. Frank Quinri, 31 wethers at 4a id, and 22 ewes at 3 4d. St'ire Cattle.— Very few coming forward al though any (ocal cattle yarded meet with a ready sale. I sold 5 head for Mr. Murphy at 20a per head, and I cow and calf for Mr. J. F.inneran at £4- '.;??? ?.,,..' '.?? ' .. . .. ... Store Sheep. — \ yarded 1400, and although they were a fair lot, the market dragged some what. L sold on account Mr. John Plumb, 335 wethers at 2a'.6d, and 480 wethers it 2s Od. Horses. — About 30 yarded. The market showed more. animation, than usnal. I sold for Mr. Claude Smith, 1 pair buggy horses for £20; on account Mr. L. N. Smith, 10 head fro...

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ORANGE STOCK REPORT J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

ORANGE STOCK REPORT J. S. Leeds and Co. Fat Cuttle. — 30 yarded. The market was much firmer for all descriptions We look for (i further improvement for beat quality.. We Bold — 22 steers and heifers for Mr. G. E. Hebden, Erambie, at £3 iOs. 1 cow for Mr. Campbell, £3 lla. Fat Sheep. — Market firmer. We sold— 55 wethers for Mrs. FroBt, at 5s 3d, 6 ewes at 4a ; 50 ewes for Mr. Mitigate at 2a 9J, 50 wethers at 3s lid, Store Cattle. — Market firmer. Wo sold out Bid o for tho executors of J. Holmau, 140 ewes ; 100 lambs for Mr. J. McOntcheon, at 2* 9d ; »nd completed delivery of 3000 wethers sold by us for Mrs. Russell Glaason, Blayney. Horses. — Market dull. We sold a few head, and privately for Mr. G. H. Hebden pair of buL'«y horses at a satisfactory price. Property. — We sold privately for Mr. W. Raphael, wooden cotta«e and land, Hill-street, £140, Mr. J. Douglai purchaser; allotment East Orange, 66ft, for £115 10s, Mr. H&ggett, purchaser. Orange, April 23rd, 1894.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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LOCAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

LOCAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Thh following are the wholesale quotations : — £ a d £ « d. Eggs, per dozen ? 0 0 10 0 10 Fresh Butter, per lb... ... 0 0 5 0 0 8 CMieese.per lb.. ... ... 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb ., ... ... 0 0 6 0 0 9 Honey, per lb.. ... ... O 0 3 0 0 4 New Potatoes, per cwt ... O 2 6 0 3 0 Wheat, per buihel .... ... 0. 2 6 0 0 0 Maize, per bushel ... ... 0 0 0 0 2 0 Oata, per buthel, feed ... O 2 0 0 2 0 Chaff, per ton... ? 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton.,, ? 2 10 0 3 0 0 I'ollurd, 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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A Matter of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

A Matter of Interest. Appended we publish the 11th section of the Probate Amendment Act, which is of general ? interest :— -?? In all cases where a person shall die leaving property not exceed iug £300 in value, application for probate or administration may be made direct to the Registrar, or, if the fixed abode of the de ceased at any time of his death shall have been more than 30 miles from Sydney, then , to the Dintrict Agent for the Registrar nearer to such place of abode.' That is to say, if a resident of tins or any district 30 miles from Sydney became deceased, appli cation for probate or administration may be made to the local Clerk of Petty Sessions, who iB the dixtrict ag?nt for the Registrar.

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School of Arts Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

School of Arts Debating Society. ? : — ,, ? ^ On Wednesday night the usual weekly meeting* of the Molong School of Arts Debating Society was held. There was a fair attendance of mem bers, the Speaker (Mr. G. H. Davis) presiding. After the transaction of ordinary business anc& the settlement of a few points raised by the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. R. S. Stokes) %, and the hou. member for Cumberland (Mr. H. H. Chippindall), the adjournment of the House was moved by the Premier (Mr. W. E Panton- and the question 'Should the Franchise be extended to Women' was debated at consider- . able length. Those who spoke against t he- privilege being granted to women were Messrs. W. E. Pantnii, R. P. Martin, 0. Legh, an-l J. R. Petersen, while thoso who were iu favour of the weaker sex having the same power as men to record votes at politic*! meetings were -MeSsra R. S. Stokes, H. H. Ohippindall, R. Middler ton-Edwards, J. Keeiiait, and the . Rev. D.- A.. Gilsennn. On the question bein...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Electors' Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Electors' Rights. Appended ia h complete return as regards the issue of electoral rights throughout the Molong electorate ;— Diiiaion. No. issued. No. to issue. Canowindra 70 51 Cargo 162 16 Cud,,! 323 101 Cuinnock 217 48 Eugowra 43 16 M oiong' ' 784 164 Obley -? * « i ? !6i-i : : 19

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A Cheap Wedding. HOW A PARSON WAS "H-A-D." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

A Cheap Wedding. HOW A PARSON WAS ' H-A-D.' A well-known suburban clergyman, who is. I accredited with much of the cauniness for which I people from 'North O' the Tweed' are noted ^ I wan the victim of an experience lately ('says the I Evening News) which should make him rather I discount his belief in his own perspionity. He 1 was waited upon by a gentleman and lady, who I wished to enter the bonds of matrimony. The I happy man was got up regardless of expense, 1 and the bride looked, as all brides do, simply I ' killing' in diaphanous white. The ceremony I went off with e*clat, and feeling justified by ap- I pearances, the worthy cleric produced an I accidental bottle of '-go!d top,' and with fruit; I and light refreshments regaled the happy I pair. On departing, the recently made benedict I hinded the clergyman a bulky envelope, I and a good receipt for the little service was ex- 1 pec ted. Opening the enclosure the rev. gentle* I man found a parcel in a silver paper, and hit I h...

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Wedding Bells. - — -??' ? ?. . ? . On Wednesday afternoon a pleasing ceremony R was performed at St. .John's Church by the Rev. , II J. Alldis, who united in the bonds of matri- I] mony Miss Annie Hart and Mr. Alex. Woods, II both well-known residents of the district. As If ou all similar occasions, there was a good attend- I] ance of spectators in the little church to witness, || the ceremony, the younger and fairer portiou of n the community, as nnual, predominating. The. I] bridal toilette was a costume of cream creponk H tiimmed with cream lace. A coronet of orange- H blossoms was wo'ii with a tnlle veil, embroidered E with filloselle. The bride carried in her hand a, 1 preity bouquet of white chrysanthemums and,. I maiden-hair ferns, while she also wore a nice I spray of white roses and ferns at her neck. She I was attended by her sister, Miss Rachael Hart 1 (of Oranjje), who was the only bridesmaid, and I who was attired in cream corduroy. Mr. F, I Woods, brother of the brideg...

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

LflOK (JUT FOR THE SHOP ACROSS THE STREET (Next to the Commercial Bank). n, r* ? - .... ???.;? ??? :^ ? : . :,?? :v,r:. : ? ?-??-???;-?,-«« ?'??'? ' J vJ xli^,::-Vi^ IJi JL .JLJ U W ll V? ??;??'? 'Whilst cordially thanking the residents of Mo long and its Surrqundi.ru-; 'Districts' for l.he liberal patronage they have extended to him during .,,thjei..'1'{ years he liar been in business, begs to inform them that he has liEMOVLCD the Glasgow Stores to more commodious premises, next the Commec-., ..,,- cial Bank, and trusts that by strict attention to the requirements of patrons to 'merit a still further share of support in the future. ?? . .?-?-. THE ;,.rM The carrying on of business in the new premises, enables him to offer many advantages and conveniences to the public, who are invited to walk across the street and look at the display. The BEST OF. EVERYTHING is obtainable at'the LOWEST PlilCE,, and people are requested to do \ their business with liim. In 'many instances the prices...

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

NOTICE. , FOE, A SHORT PEKIOD OlfLY. . . . .7J) Messrs. REDF0RD & CO. . PHOTOGRAPHERS, ' ' .' ' GIDLEY STKlfiK1.'.1, AlOLC;:'.;-, Have reduced the prico of their CABINET - PORTR. IT^ — to' — 15s. per dozen, 10s. hair-uc-'.'rv,, i

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Molong Police Court. TUESDAY, 24TH APRIL, 1894. (Before Messrs. W. H. Couch and D. M'Callum, Js.P.) PETTY LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Molong Police Court. Tuesday, 24th April, 1894. (Before Messrs, W. H. Couch and D. M'Calhtm, .Is. P.) PETTY LAKCENY. Robert Pilcher was charged with stealing a quantity of clothing from James Skeggs on the night of the 2l8t April, 1894. James Skeijga deposed that he was a cook residing at Stock well's Hotel, Molong; know the accused by sight ; saw him on the evening of the 21st instant, at about half-past eight o'clock ; I was leaving the premises when 1 Baw him ; I have a room at the back of the hotel, and the door of my room leads into the passage, which opens nut into the yard ; when I left the premises I left some clean clothing in my room, consisting of a flannel undershirt, drawers, ?ocka, and caps ; I missed these things from mj room oti Sunday morning ; I did not authorise the accused, or any person, to take them ; the Value of the clothea is about 8s or 9s; accused was in an intoxicated state when I saw him. Mary Ann Ryan deposed that she was a house maid in' the employ of ...

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

District Wanta. Dr. Ross, M.P., has kindly handed ua the fdl' lowing offieial communications : — Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, | General Post Office, Sydney, 12th April, 1894. j Sir,^-In reply to your loiter of the 3lst ultimo, ! covering a eommunieatiou from Mr. Geor»e \ Parslow, of Molong suggesting the introduction of the 'Interception Postage Scheme.' I am directed by the PoBtinnaier-General to intimate that Pustciiaatara are permitted to intercept letterB when they are sine of the identity of the person asking for delivery at a Post Office other than the one to which they are addressed. I am to state that no fee is charged for this inter ception of a letter, nnd that it is thought the present system cannot be improved upon. — I have the honor, &c.,— S. H. Lajkbton, Deputy .Postmaster-General. Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Poi»t Office, Sydney, 14th April, 1894. Sir,— I am directed to acknowledge die receipt of your communication of the 10...

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Land Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Land Revenue. The following is the return of revenue1 received at the Molong Lauds Office during the quarter ended 31st March last : — CONDITIONAL LEASES, «&C. Rents of Conditional Leases ...£482 17 4 Survey Fees Conditional Leases ,'v. 28 8 11 Annual Leases ... ... ... $6 o 0 Transfer Fees and Stamp Duty Annual and U'Jinesiead Leases 4 0 0 Licenses to cut timber, occ ... 15 0 Sale i. f Lithographs ... ... 0 5 0! Value iif improvements, Homestead and 0 mditioiial Lensuu ... ]8 5 0 Reftideiitai Leases ... ... 2 12 (i * £585 13 9 CONDITIONAL PUKCHA8KS, &C Deposits on Conditional Put chases £'213 13 3 lutnrf si, instalments, and balance* 14203 17 7 Deed Feea ... ... ... 4 0 0 Registration foes for transfers, fees for lot ma »nu stamp duty ... 69 13 6 Fees' for survey* ... ... 54 0 10 Instalment*, improvements on Cuiuiiuuiiai 'Purchases' ... 130 8 3 £14;6t5'i3 5

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The Engineers' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

The Engineers' Ball. ? ^ ? Being about to sever their connection with the district, the engineers of the Molong-ForueB railway decided to give a grand ball to their friends in the Molong,. Parkes, and Forbes dis tricts, as a return for the many social kindnesses extended to them during their sojourn in the districts. A very large mimher of invitations were issued, and when it became known that it would' be the lust; opportunity friends would Have of mooting the ' jolly «oou feliowa' (an the engineers are known to be) at » social gathering in the district, everyone fully expected a big crowd at the Molong School of Arts on Friday evening, 20th instant. The affair was locked forward to with the most, intense pleasure for some time, and the great preparations one could hear of being made for the event, led people to believe that it would be a brilliant success. And so it was. Without the 'slightest possible shadow of a doubt' it was the most enjoyable affair of its kind that has ever t...

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MINING ON PRIVATE LANDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

MINING ON PRIVATE LANDS BILL. Sydney, Friday.— In the Assembly last evening, tho Mining 011 Private Lands Bill,.. No, 1, was discharged from the business paper.

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Latest Telegraphic. CATTLE AND SHEEP MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

Latest Telegraphic. (from our special agent.) CATTLE A.ND SHEiSP MARKECS! ? Sydney, Fiiday. — Sheep: 40,000 were penned yesietday. Prices declined, wethers commanding from 4s to 7s 6d and ewes 3s 6d to 7s 3d. Cattla : 492 were yarded, and prices reuiain unaltered., Bullocks realism! £3 10s to £5 10s and cows, £2 10s to £3 ; best beef sold at lis per lOOlbs.

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GREGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

GREGR'A. The weather during the last week has been all that could be desired, warm days and cold nights prevailing. Jack frost made his appearance last Saturday morning for the first time, and it was very sharp, too. Wbeat-aowiiig is progressing *ery fast, and a large area has been put in this last week. There will be a good deal more under crop this year than last, although present times are any thirst ,but enc uiraging. Still we all ha\e to live. The largest majority of the corn is gathered, and according to reports 50 bushels per acre is being obtained in 'several places. The most of the farmers are having, the pulling done by contract, and there is some keen competition as to who can pull the most bags in a day. I heard one man pulled and bunked 25 bags in a day. I am surprised that some of the Shows do not give a prize for the person husking 100 colts in the quickest time. Our Debating Society has completely collapsed. For what reason I do nut know. It is now nearly 12 months s...

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DISTRICT JOTTINGS. CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. CANOWINDRA. At Canowin lra the Lady Burdett-Coutts ' mine, under the management of Mr. Alfred Argyles, 'is '-making progress in erecting a battery and puppet h«ads for winding gear to replace the old whip now in use. Trie boiler, &c., is now en route from Borenore railway station. The cause of'- having the machinery trucked to Borenore instead of Cowra is that the biidge across the Belubula River here is in' such- a condition that it woubl n it be safe, to cross it with anything over an ordinary 1 tad of, say, about three tons. It is expected that when the mine get* into full awiiig that ' employment for a large number of men will be found. At the present time about 40 tons of excellent stone is stacke I, and when t he stampers are ready probably 100 tons will b« at grass ready to be put through. The reef still shows gold freely. The Young Aus tralia, belonging to Evans and party, adjoining on the same line, during the week dis...

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