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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

--'«.l'-'' .v(-n, Church Services.^ ' ,T r. Appbndbd -are the ,chu rob appoint men is,', in 'con necbionjvjt/ti i. the local Wealeya'n. Churchj for to- ' iporrqw ,and\the rfqjlowiner. Sunday :— ; - !'' ?[ Mojpng, 11 ;\;m.— Rev. D. A. ftiisenan ' ';! :u Mlo\on!ii,l7 p.m.— Rev. £-. Al'Gilsehan ''' ? . Garr'ai'3,'p.m.— Mr.'J. Morris ' ; ? '? V 'n 11 Ga'rra, 7'p m.— Mr. 'E. 'Baker -?-'- a-, ?tr.i'r.n; ? -? Red :H ill! '3 p.m.— Mr. ;T3. Baker ..',,;.; (,,;!,, c Shad'es, 3 p.m.— Mr. Albert Baker ',...'?;,;(!,,,, ,';',. Cumiiockj3'p.m.;-rRev. D. A. Gilaenan ., -, ., Barragan, 3, p.m.— Mr. Wiilter Baker ','' '' Cargo,' 7 p..m.— Mr. Walter Baker ,' ';' '''--' I^ckwpodl ll a.m. — Mr. 'Walter: 'Baker' : ':' ' '?; .'..'.'.'? Sunday, 22nd October, '-i '-?!.?,.?-??. -i '? Molong, il'a.m.— -Mir-. Walter Baker;:; :i ;m ? - Molonj,', 7'p.-m- — Rev/ D. A. Gilaenan .'. ,,ri, ;, Garra,3p.mj — Rev. .D,. A, Gilaenan, ?:,'..... ,.i, .,. JMeranburn, 3 p.m,T-Mr. W.. .Shield ^ ', ''.'?_ didal, 11, a.m.-r-Rev...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Multum in Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

Multum in.Parvo. v The races and ball held recently at In verell in aid of the local hospital resulted in a surplus ot £300. Boiling-down works have been started at Yeoval, 26 uiiles from Wellington, under the' management of Rlr. S. McCullough. About 320 sheep are treated daily. A man named John O'Hara lost his life at JD OI ncS OU IYLUL1U»J LUlUUgu luui an iu uuo uiu Bhaft at King's Lead,' about 7 miles from Forbes, on the Parkes-road. : .' The railway returns for Bath'iirst for the lasc week shows an increase on previous re turns ; 884 trucks of produce and wool, and 478 of cattle having been carried. On Satur day 14 trains left with 361 trucks. ; The vacant Lithgow Council, clerkship, a position worth £160 perannum, drew 235 'applicants fromi all parts of/ the colony,. Nearly every calling was represented. There wore about 75 clerks, 12 licensed surveyors ^ant1 engineers,' besides architects, journalists, ^aldermen, draughtsmen, ex-bank managers, ^builders, hotelkeepers, .contrac...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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School of Arts Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

School of Arts Committee Meeting* The monthly meeting of the School of Arts . Committee tras held on Fridiy last. Ptesent ?—Messrs. G, H. Tempest (President, in the chair), R. P. Martin, A S. Bridokirk, J. R. Petersen, A. Harcourt, and W. G. T. Hard ' wick (secretary.) Minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the Tieasurer (Mr. J. R. Petersen) stated that the Institute's account stood at 19s lid in debit at the A.J.S. Bank. A list of mem bers, together with the dates up to which each one had paid, was rend, and showed that upwards of 50 members were on the roll, very fow of whom were behind in their payments. On the motion of Mr. Martin, seconded by Mr. Petersen, it was agreed that subscriptions should be collected up to the end of the present year, in order that the quarters should commence even at the beginning of 1894. The President stated that a representative of Messrs. Paling and Ji4'' ? \ Co., was speaking to him the other day, and offered to let the Co...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

Out of the1 Frying' Pan into the Tire. .. . ? t ?? To THE EDITOR .'Y 'Si f, -^-Thait the condition of the'ili-b'ringrBlSsea might be considerably improved, and that the ninny hardships and sufferings ,to! .Which considerable numbers of thei^i are frequently exposed have awakened a wiJely'spread spirit of discontent, are faets beyond Ai8prtte',; 'arid there are few? who do not; WHi-niiy sym|)athise!Witli the'laborers in their v repeated 'desire to ameliorate their lot in life.; , Unf(-rtiiria:tely, while having a good 'cause and ^ a praiseworthy ol'ject,l)Oth are- sacrificed lo th'e advocacy of impossible methods ??-. of. i advancing both. ! Too frequently 'the' laborer^; under the guidance of dishonest or incapable ; teachers, is ranch in the sarrie position as the victims1 of the confidence trick. The same ?blind trustfulness which makes the inexpe rienced bushman the ready dupe -of the smooth-spoken, glib-tongued city sharper*, is also the source of the power on which the influenc...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Railway Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

r! . Railway Revenue. Mr. Thos. Mobbin, station-master »t Molong, baa kindly ?upplied us with tho. following re-, turns of the goods and coachiuj: truffle at the local station during the month of September:— GOODS. Goods, inwards, 890 tons ... £3,802 4 2 Good, outwards, 1,057 tons (bales wool 4009) ... .;. 14 1 .0 ' Live stock, ,3000 sheep, 92 -cattle.. ... ... ... 57 8 0 til-*.-.-,;- £3,873 13 2 j. . . . COACHING. Passengers, 482 ... ? ' £472 17 2 Parcels, miscellaneous, &c. ... 69 4 f £532 I 9 The grand total of tho above receipts amounts to £4,405 14s 11; and shows an increase of £2}288 8a Id on the revenue received for the corresponding month of last year ; or an ad vance of £1,083 14s 5d on the amount received for August this year. The freight on the 4009, bales of wool is not credited in the above re turns, nor will (the Molong line receive the benefit of the aum. The amount, which repre sents a sum of upwards of £2440, . will ba Yjoredited to Sydney, which is grossly ...

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Entertainment at Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

Entertainment at Canowindra* - [ffROIiJOURCORRBSPONDBNT.,];:,- ',... ;, . Last Saturday week, a very successful oon certirwa8i'given,ih thelSchoolpf .A^tS)? Cano- ,„ ,windrt-, in aid- of the Catholic Churc^building *[ ' fund. . There I ,was a, i very large attendance, the' building^. being, literally crpwded. . Th«f proceeds amounted to,, about , ^50.,, A care- \{'' fully arranged ^programme .wa^. submitted,^ which, was i thoroughly, appreciate^ by all '. pregent. ikhe opening; number. w,as a piano forte ^selection, by Miss; Xiandauer.^Cudal^ which was.1 oerformed in a brilli«nt manner. ! The next was a tuneful, glee, ,' £!ee, pur Oarg ? with Feathered Spray/' by Mesdames Rud- '^ dock and E. Finn,,.MisBes Hart, F.(Ha'rt, and ; ' ' Ruddock, and Messrs. Armstrono;, and A, '' Robinson. The selection was rendered in a ' pleasing manner.: Miss : White. (Meni gano wry) sang V? Afterwards,' . in a- tastefurj ', , way. An encore was deo^andedj f-ufc '] acknowledgments; alone ,,werp, bowed. ...

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Mr. W. B. Melville. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

Mr. W. B. Melville. Mb. William Bede Melville, the demo cratic protectionist candidate for Molong at the ensuing general election, is now touring several of the north and north-western towns of the colony and addressing meetings in the interest of the Democratic ProtectioniHt Party. A telegram from Narrabri gives the following account of Mr. Melville's meeting in that town : — On Monday night, Mr. W. B; -Melville delivered a lecture on ' Demo ? f- ?_ T* _ _ 1 ? - - TT 1 1 ?»**? 1 ? rw ? t ? erauy in jrancer s ixa.il, vt&vva.on, rtiecnair wu occupied by Mr. Robert Coyle, president of the local branch of the Labor Electoral League,, who introduced the speaker to a demonstrative and enthusiastic audiencp. During his remarks, occupying throe quarters of an hour in delivery, Mr. Melvillesketched the story of the Democratic struggle in Aus tralia, and urged his hearers to elect an un swerving Democrat at the coming election. The provisions of Mr. Copeland'a L«uid Bill, particularl...

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The Accident to John Swan. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

-.-.?ffilnO riii..!.' — . /,,!,, ,... : .., — : — t~~. — , ., ?. ' ''' ,' ii^s. .,; \Ther Accident 'to. John jSw; ;r'*J ..'OyR^.re.n.ders will, remember that John Sw»n', ..a.n,)^m,plojfee- ,on.rjthe. r.iiil'way, met 'with 'an , accident near Kelso, at-out six months a'go^ ; 'arid J;tiiat-- in1, 'consequence 'he Jost.;both, legs. He was (,says the Bath'urst Timkb) at . , the : .^qspifcal fp'r Several weeks, ahd'sftei spending ; some. i;tinie ,,at. home he was removed 'to Sy.dney.,; rW^ now ..learn,, that during thej whole nerioil he liHs'been rerv kiiullv treated. 'l-y the Railway Commissioners. In the first; 'place'1 the^.) paid. all the medicrtl expenses, ;andi haVe given hliih half; his; weekly. ,w.nges .since; the accident occurred. .. They,, ha,, ye als.p prp-j /Yird.f/5ijhim,, ajt|ponsiderab.le cost,, with a pair of,cqi.k .legs,, .by, the -iid of which lie will lie ,fil-lq to, get i about : wiihout difficulty. tie has .returned; fco Bfithurst, Hii'd'if nothih'gin the^.w^iy^pf J...

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The Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

: ' The yolunteers. ? ;-; i ? , -... ? ' ? rr- 5 .?.-??... ?? To tub Editor : Sir, — I have before me a circular letter from . Mr. John aud James Quinn, of Molong, coiuplainintj of the non pay ru out of their salary— if auwh that paltry sum can be called — due since 189^V' for services rendered in connection witlf the Molons Volunteer Coros. Those who devote their time and energies to the service of the State ought above all other Civil servau ts to be paid ; but, beyond, and far away from this, is the Under Secretary — or Secretary actually— shielding wnat should be exposed, if not punished, a condign (?) 'fraud. * It re minds me of a case of hardship in Ireland, tried at Koscren Quarter Sessions, 1849, where a poor soldier was Benteuced to Beveu years for killing a sheep iu preference to dying of hunger, aud from the closing ..of the banks and other causes, people iu Mo , long this minute may mot be much better off. This pot.r soldier when asked if he had anything to say why the s...

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The Carcoar Tragedy Case. GLASSON TO BE TRIED NEXT WEDNESDAY. AT THE BATHURST ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

The Oarcoar Tragedy Case ??- r ^Ei%iaSO^,XQ BE TRIED !NEXT W.ED' 'XYj'-' '? ''?., nes'day.' , :;,;,,';,;,:;!'''? ;;The trial of. Glasson (says the National - k bvpG4,TE.),. ,w,^llr - assured ly take( place on the 18th, instant, by which time, it is hoped, the .wi-jtj|es.se's, nips IV req'u'i red ' wil I'lbe1 in ' a! !' 'positfion ' to attend atid;, gi,^ evHgl.ence. ( The' ^wo'jihd .received. byj: Mrs. jPhillips is, we learn' healing, Vapiitly}Hand:as\iihe danger of .,' .any thing, .nijpre,' ise^i'oUs1 thaid^-has' reaultesd' becomes; Ies3,;hei jai'fengtli' ''increases' together1 with ??her1 posi 'ti.v.e.nes'8 as .to;- tlje-identity of the murderer. [Needless to say 'she still insets tliat thii iiialV is Glasson -^-a ?belief .in , '.which ,3-he ,i,a endorsed) , i'b'y/jihe1 'young ladies 'who,: her' companions on ? t'lie'^' nibrniriff 'of 'the outrage, were fortunate' i ehoueh io escape the fury of the a'xe-a'rhied assassin. . _ ? ?... , ' ?Gla8soiv,' w'€ learn, is/ion: thp ,-yhole, .i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

1843. (893. Insurance Company OK NEV^ YQRK. ^ATTENTION is invited to the extraordinary ; i\ ; j developments of this; wonderful tlnatitution during, repent ve^rs., ..,.,:,;? j ?,'; .. ,,:,.,'?? ? The amount of Insurance in force and the An-' '? hual Income 'have been. ' ' ' ' ' : MOEiE THAN DOUBLED SINCE 1884. 'In that year the Annual Income was £3,921,009 18s. lOd In 1892ifr Waa: £8,2K2,600 13s. ' id:,' an increase of £4,341, 595 L4s. 6d.,' or 111 per cent. ! In 1884 the Insurance in force was £72,235,993.. .Afc,thejdnd1ofil892^wa8£l33;209,880,! a 'gain of I £80,973,887,,or 112 percent. I,,... -'' ,?????'-' ?? '? ' Its'exceas of Income over Disbursements was! £418,440 5s. lOd. in 1884, 'and £2:756,259 1b. 6d. : in 1892. , . . ' The Assets of the Company at |the end ' of 1892 : .reached the gigantic total of ' '' l .£35,951,572 4s Half a century's experience of Life Insurance operations has enabled The Mutual .Life insur ance Company, of New York to guage the wants of the public, th...

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What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

What We'd Like to Seeii ,The' Minister for Lands' carry hia Mining1' on Private Property Bill through both ? i Houses -l/efb're Pacliument is dissolved. ' '.'' Tli.e Scbool of Arts Committee, accept, , MeBBrs. Paling & Co's, offer to supply a good. ... piano ou whatever reasonable terms the ,,; former are prepared to make. Dick Peterson promoted to ? the manager- - ) ship of one of the: A. J.S. Bank's brancheB. ;';!?! briBk H8 it hna been during the last month. ';:i , The cricketing season a success in 'JVSolong thiH year. ' '.'..' , ';,. ,,,,'.' The roads maintenance men reinstated ia Y this .district. ;. , u ;. That £700 piano which Paling &; Go. offer ' ; to the School of Arts Committee for £1.30; '« What a hummer it must be, snrely. ?' : ?''* A few more ministers of religion come but of their shellu a'ud' , become what are some- '^ times Jeeringly termed 'political psrsons.''' By the laws of the country we are governed. '' (or misgoverned), -ind to. have good luw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

]? HVEBYONB-SAYS.THATTfCE.: ''?',. ,. .'?? Best;^rmt;-;;v ?;';/?? ';'; ' ?' ?;? ; Best Bread, and , ;:;;.ii : ' Best Confectionery Is obtained, at. , . ...? ... '',,.?.,.; :,. ?? , R. ^THOMSONS SHOP IN BANK-STREET. MOLONG. ''' ; If you have. not yet paid him a visit, do not fail .to do so, because no , place this side of Orange — and j even there — can supply you, with better things, both I as regards QUAtiTr and feeshneV?— in the above I' ? ' line's than ' '.'..' R. THdEVSSON, rEUITERER,..BAKEa, AND. CONFECTIONER BANK STREET WI 0 1 0 N C . ;, NEWBiEERT; ? .COFFEE BEGS to inform the ' 'Residents' of Molong and ' Surrounding Districts that lie has started busi 1 ness as ? . ? ? ? ? '? ' '? , Baker and Confectioner j AT LAUER'S NEW B UTLDINGS, : ' 1 And hopes by civility lind strict attention to Busi 1 :? ness to .gain a; fair share of patronage. .-?: Mr piE557XSf)' coffee: :; Jj g^' EISFJELJSSHMENTS AT-ALL HOURS. I — Of every description Fresh every day; — BREAD, 3d. PER 1x6 AF. ? — ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

'ISHTATION is the SINCEEEST FLATTERY.' _. The articles moat iznitated are CLEMEN'iS T 'NIC aud ?; FLETCHER'S PILLS. WHY? '.?'.. BECAUSE they have the best reparation and are most in demand by' the public, consequently, every dishonest trader tries to trade on their line and renown. ? ' ' It is really wonderful that the Australian people are 80 slow to see the truth as regards the un scrupulous quacks aud charlatans who prey on the Credulity of the Australian public Scarcely a week ever passes but what the press exposes the barefaced and shameful practices of some of these harpies, yet, in face of a;l they seem to thrive, and the paper who hounds them down moi-t thrives fattest on their advertisements and cracks cham pagne over each balance-sheet. Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills have never yet stopped to de ception aud misrepresentation/ l'hey are scientific therapeutical agents, and evidence as to their value can be found in every district, and such being the case it is unnecess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

J. G. DONALDSON, NEWS AGENT, Stationery, Fancy Goods, and Tobacconist Depot, BANK STREET, MOLONG. JG. DONALDSON begs to inform the Public of Molong and Surrounding Districts ? that he has just opened a New and Varied Assortment of Fancy Goods, Stationery, and Tobacconists' Requisites, Which he is now offering at Prioes to suit the times. FOR CRICKETING TOOLS— Spring Cane-handle Bats, English Balls aud Scum pB— you cannot Hurpasa DONALDSON'S Stock. LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS and Balls can also be obtained at DONALDSON'S. : O CONCERTINAS ! ACCORDIANS ! There is now on view at DONALDSON'S Stationery and Faucy Goods Repository a large and splendid variety of American Concertina and Accordians— indeed, the assort ment is th« best to be seen outside Sydney. Conoertinfs fiom 4s 6d upwards ; Aecordiaus from 8b 6d, Ju3t call and look at them. Ijgf' Agent for the « MOLONG EXPRESS' aud all Sy.Iney Newspapers. Orders promptly attended to, aud all papeis regularly posted to any address. -riL-|_n_-i_i_...

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ROUNDABOUT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

ROUNDABOUT ' NOTES.;' ♦ ? 5'AJiX' In your iaaue of last week observes: *' Tho desire' to own a bit of land is aa old as civilisation itself.' This is » new idea, for as far,bacjr a Moses, and probably centuries before bis time, the land was not allowed to p»is out of the hands of the people, and even among the Auglo-Saxon desonndants land really la only rented — not sold out and out, as the Government have always retained the power of getting It back. To this day in most of the continental nations land cannot bu. sold in fee jrimple, *nd probably among the. Chinese — the oldest civilization at present alive ou this earth —the ouitom may b» the tame. Certainly those chiefs who sold the laud among the partly olviliaed New Zealanders, assumed the right of doing so, for which purpose those who bought were punished by being deprived of their land, when that oouutry was »nuexed ai a British appendage. ^* The Yiotorian farmer Is buoking moat oon Bumedly at bonuses and taxes which have done...

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"He came to see Forbes." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

? : ; ,,'f He, Came to , See Forbes'.' Under the apoVe heading, ' ithe foilo'wing1 ^p-^ ..peared in1 '^he Forbes' ANb ? Parkes ' Ga'^t-de: ;of/the 22nd'ultiino :— ' .??..:.'';,' i.-'lj; ' i -* -f - - j:- f. : Ai good sidry ,is , gojng . »t he, -t rounds, j 'jW.i^h.j '.respect,. po a', ^.eljjktmwu M.^P,, . who 'cume!' by ' 'trajg.^o see Forbes,' this week.'' 'The'.^n'tlSv mail; 'referred' to go't ' bvit of the tempbrairjM1 plaVfo!ryh,';and looking aibtind. him ssid-.faSjbln , Like .'ail country i]tow,ns1;; .rather; : scattered;-' '. He-, jwalked .'-up ..tq', the'', goods' and cleaning Bhe,ds,, ,aad had a look, round;- ?»n'dvon ib'eing' told 'that ; f vQpa where' he ' W'4s lie 'cbuld n'6t;' see*] Forbe'spaiid. to 'the.8iigg6goion'-fth'at!:he;;ftak.eta|! cab and havealoojkround remarked that he could see what 'the .'rest of ^ihe town was from jkotbgraphB. He then .returned to the car fiage.w^jc^.had brought him, took out his . lunch an,d eat it in the'cai;riage',!/-i^aF(;inlg -lif' tli...

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Volunteer Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

Volunteer Inspection. On Monday Ust the annual inspection, of the Molong Volunteer Company (-y the Officer Commanding the Third Regiment (Colonel Hoibotow) took place. At about 2 p.m. the corps fell in on the orderly-room ground, the officers then present being Captain Claude Smith, Lieutenants Martin and Stanford, and Staff-Sergeant Marston. After preliminaries had been arranged, the company matched to the park, where they shortly received the in specting officer. The getierel salute was very well given— the motion of the men being as regular and perfect as clock-work. Colonel Holborow then went up and down the ranks, critically viewing each mun from head to feet, but discovering very little to find fault with, aa the 'lads ' were prepared for the occasiou. After a minute examination of the arms, accoutrements, and condition of the men's attire, the command ' close-order— march' was given, and Lieutenant Stanford put the company through the manual and tiring exer oises, which were ...

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FRIDAY. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

Friday^ ;:: :-:~'-' ' PRELlfiiNARY '-INVESTIGATION;'-'-' ? . Daniel Saddler, 320 acVes. GqnSrnied for iportiohll8'.'6f. 320 acres. -.: ???-Uniyi'[ . ;?? iV ,. ; '??) ilNQUIBY, UNDER SECTION, 20;,. '. , ??,. '. : George Chisbett, 3,20 acres'. ' C,P.' made ?bona'fide,' \ ' ;.' ''' .,' ' -.-'/»--? -.^mw i Improvements : hGebrge ;Hayirian, ' 640' acres; : ^Gbnditlons fulfilled up ^to 'present.1 ?; j . Fencing': John Eggleston,1 40. a«res. ,Co;ilr. ditions no^ fulfilled.; . . ! V ' Permission tp enclose road wag granted to ' :Johii ' 'JBiggle'stpn ';:'; bu'fc . hi^ ' ap'plicat'ion'cf'dr^ -.exemption' from fencing ' was: refused. : ': . ?.- s -. - j '.'.I.

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 14 October 1893

Parliamentary. In the Assembly on Tuesday Dr. Ross asked whether, in carrying out the principles of tetrenchraent in the vatious departments of the public service, it was the intention of the Government to take any steps for re ducing' the number of stipendiary magistrates throughout the colony, and when there was 1 not a sufficient number of unpaid magistrates to do the work would they see that addi tipnalr appointments were made. Mr. Barton replied as. follows :— It is the intention of the Government to reduce, as far as'pra'c ' ticaWe, the number of police magistrates. ' Any representations as to the necestuby for making fresh appointments of unpaid magis trates always receive attention, and are for : warded for the consideration' of the Colonial Secretary. On the same day, Sir George Dibbs, in answer to Dr. Koss, said the proclamation of !8o many public holidays throughout the 'colony, was a matter of law, and could only be rectified by the amendment of the Act.

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