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Friendly Societies and Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

Friendly Societies and Hospitals. Recently the secretary of the Western Suburbs Cottage Hospital wrote to the Colonial Secietary's Depaitment asking for information as to whether members for friendly or other societies, or private citizens as organisers of concerts, etc., in aid of the fundn of a hospital could legally claim to be contributors u»der section 5 of the Hospitals Elections Act. The matter waa referred to the Attorney-General for an opinion, which he has now given. Mr. Heydun states that the answer to the . question put to him de pends. ou ^whether the moneys paid into the hospitals are the property of the persons paying them in, or whether they have been authorised by the original subscribers to pay iu such moneys in their own namfes. ? Money collected from the public directlyfor the hospital lie considers should be paid in the names of the subscribers or. as a general,- sum as ' money collected from the public.' Iti such a case the money would never have become the pro...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Something Like a Yield. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

Something Like a Yield. A phenomenal yield has been given by a parcel of atone, weighing 2201 b, taken from Macks'' Lucky Claim, Paddy's Gully, Rolce wood Junction, near Ballnrat. When put through the battery at the School of Mines this parcel returned 466 ounces of gold, or at a rate of 4744 ounces 14dfc. 13gr. to the ton.. The specimens were obtained at from 15 to 40 feet from the surface. There were some large slugs of pure gold, and many of the specimens contained more gold than quartz. The stone was taken from a vein alongside the main lode.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Confusers Worse Confused. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

Gonfusers Worse Confused. To the Editor : Sir, — The split in the ranks of the labour party is an additional proof, if any were required, of the chaotic condition of political affairs iu this country. The only point -on which politicians seem agreed is the desirability of having a seat in Parliament. They seem to think that Parliament was made for them and not for the people. It is i he duty of the electors to explode this fallacy by giving their votes only to those : who deservo them. It is not a question of mere party,, hut of true patriotism and national, safety. On she character of the next Parliament and its capability for prac tical legislation will depend much of the future material advancement of the colony, ff the next butch of legislators prove as in competent and untrustworthy as those who are now enjoying the unearned emoluments of office, the sooner we pack up and start off to establish auother New South Wales some where else, the better. But if electors will only take ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

LOOK OUT FOR THE SHOP ACROSS THE STREET r ; (Next to the Commercial Bank). ? - -111! O H N ''T 'n' El L S O N ' v-;': Whilst cordially: thanking the residents of Molong and its Surrounding Districts for the liberal patronage they have extended to him during the 3rears he has been in business, begs to inform them that lie has KB MOV ED the Glasgow Stores, to more commodious premises, next the, Commer- ;; 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. carrying on of business; in the new premises, enables him to offer many advantages and conveniences to the public, who are invited to walk7'1 across the street and look at the display. The BEST OF EVERYTHING is obtainable at 'the LOWEST PIvICE, and people are requested to do ' their business with him. In many instances the prices of the Latest Fashion Goods are even lower than those quote! fur the old Goods, get the quality of ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

PUBLIC NOTICE, In tli e . Insolvent Estate of JohnV1 Whittin^ton Williams, of Bridge water, near Molong. . f A D. Eastiflure & Co. HAVR been in'slr neted by the OfBcial Assianoe in the above Estate, to sell by Public Auction, at t.bo Residence Jqf. the Bankrupt, Bridgewater, near Molong, the whole of liis Household Furniture and Effects, \ on ','i ' Wednesday, 16th May, At 12 o'clock p.m. A. D. rcAST.UULtrc & CO., Auctioneers, &e., Molong; PUBLIC NOTICE. Under Distraint for Rent, 1. 1, Esiatoiora Hi. HAVH! received instructions froin the Ho. v. .Toitx SitiTH, M, L.V., to sell by L'ublio Auction; At 2 p.m., on Saturday, 12th Instant, ;At the 'Residenoe of 'Mr. John McGroder, Itidrllu and Q-idloy Streets, Molonif, . Unless, the distress bo previously satisfied, tho' -whole ; Of his , . , , ; .. . ... Household Furniture, ? GOODS,' CHATTELS, AND EFFKCTS, COMPRISING—^ ! Piano, 6 Chain, 2 Ensv. Chairs, I Couch, I, Large ; ' ' 'Jabli', Lamp', ' Whatnot, - if I e- H...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

Municipal Council The ordinary meeting of the Molong Municipal Council was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening. Present — Aldermen Harris, Millgate, Couch, Parker, and Packham. Absent — Alder- men Lauer, Windred, and Beferidge. ? CHAIRMAN. Alderman Harris proposed and Alderman Couch seconded, — ' That Alderman Paokham take the chair at this meeting.' Carried. RESIGNATION OB1 THE MAYOR. The Council Clerk (Mr. t-. M. M'Callum here read a letter from the Mayor (Alderman M'Groder) resigning his position as Mayor and alderman of the Municipality. No discussion took place on the letter, as the resignation, according to the Act, was complete as soon as it was written. MINUTES. The minutes of the ^previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence outward was read and com munications inward dealt with as under : — From the Secretary of the Muucipal Asso ciation as follows : — Municipal Association of New South Wales. Town Hall, Petersham, April 18, 1894. The Counc...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Presentation to Sergeant Atkinson. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

Presentation to Sergeant Atkinson. At the Town Hall on Wednesday night, Ser geant Atkinson, who is about to sever his con nection with the district, was presented with a purse of sovereigns as a token of esteem from tho townspeople of Molong. The affair not being generally known accounted for the small attendance. The promoters of the testi monial were only a ware of tho fact that the Sergeant would be leaving at any moment a few . hours before the presentation took place, hence it was impossible for them to give the news of the presentation wide publicity. The chair was ocoupied by Mr. J. Black, J.P., and amongst those present were Alderman W. H. Couch, J.P., Mr. D. M. M'Callum, JR. Mr. G. H. Tempest, J. P., Mr. VY. P. Cahill, Alderman Parker, and Messrs. P. F. A. Kinna, J.P., and W. E. Pan ton (solicitors). In making Ihe presentation the Chairman said that it was his pleasing duty that evening to present Serjeant Atkinson, who was about to leave for Lithgow, with a purse of sovere...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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THE BETTERMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

THE BUTTE Li AIE Vf BILL. Sydney, Fiiday. — The Minister tor Works (Hon/ W.. J. Lyne) moved, in the Huuse, last night, the second reading of the Better ment Bill, which provides that owners of land benefitted by putdic woiks shall pay from five to seventy five per cent ou the cost; ''of 'construction in 100 years. It is assei'ted the Bill will act as a corrective against £25,000,000 worth of claims for compensa tion now lying in the Public Works Office. -.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ENDOWMENT TO MUNICIPALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

ENDOWMENT TO MUNICIPALITIES. Sydney, Friday. — Mr. Fegan moved in the Assembly lax -night that lli9 House 011 Tuesday next resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole to eonsidoi an address to the. Governor praying that his Excellency vwiU cause to tie placed on the Supplemental Estimates for 1894 a sum of 10s iu the £ as u special endowment to all municipalities OUC of the consolidated rsvenue.

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THE LABOR MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

THE LABOR MANIFESTO. -iT | Sydney, EVidny.-— A. conference between the Parliamentary -Ltbor Par'y and repre sentatives of the' Trades audLibdur Couucil was held yesteulrty,. and it whs decided that concessions should be made, by .each side. There is every probability of a settlement of the difficulty tiei.ng arrived at, and it is , likely a ino iified pledge will be agreed upon.

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THE BARRABA TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

THE BARRABAjjTRAGEDY. Sydney, Friday. — Several important, wit nesses, including Cummius' brothei, in the ?' Bat raba^ti tigedy cases have arri ved at Bar^ raba. Toe inquiry will 'e resumed to-day. '.^1

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SHOULD WIFE-DESERTERS BE FLOGGED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

SHOULD WIFE-DESE RTEItS BE ? E LOGGED. .. . M elbourne, Friday. -i-Tlie Chief Justice of Victoria says that judges should have the power to order floggings to wife deserters. This is the only means, he siiys, of . checking the . ;eyil, . which is grp wing with alarming rapidity, ? ;

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A DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 5 May 1894

. A 'DYN'A'ivilClfl OUTRAGE. . : SYDNEY, Friday. — A dynamite outrage is repored from West Australia. Three charges were pi teed under the Presbytery at York, which was completely wrecked. Father Gibney narrowly escaped wiih his life. Some of the neighbours 'were thrown from their be Is by the shock. The outrage is shrouded in mystery.

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PROGRESS COMMITTEE MEETING MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

PROORRSS noarMITTHK MEETINO MAY 7. Present — The president (C. A. Miller, presid ing), Messrs. J. Dean, E. Allen, E. Pike, junr., J, O^Donnell, J. Kinsela, senr., C. Bloomfield, J. Cockram, and G. W. Griffith, hon. secretary, ' Correspondence was read from the District Sur veyor at Orange, re appointing Trustees for Recreation Ground. He had reported on it and had sent the committee's letter to the Minister fur Lands. It was resolved that the committee tprif.u fr./i 1V10 riitmmiaainitura fnr P.nilwnva nabimr that a man be put in charge of the Gregrn Station during the busy period of the year, viz— June bo February. It was also resolved that the Committee should meet in future on the second Monday of each month, instead of the first. It was further agreed that three members of the committee arrange to meet Air. Newton, . re the work now being done to the main road, and that the Secretary should write to the Uoad Superintendent, pointing out the dangerous state af the road opposite th...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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THINGS I'D LIKE TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

Things I'd Like to Know. Who will take the first move to form a co operative butter factory. , When will the voice of Manildra be strong enough to make this Government grant its re quest, and appoint a Justice of the Peace some where handy. I hear the Colonial Secretary treats the Progress Committee's letters with oontempt, and the member seems very slow in the matter. - How long will it be before the Free {Trade Association's representative lets (the public know he is alive.

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DISTRICT JOTTINGS. MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. FROM OUK OWN CORRESPONDENTS. MANILDRA. Fine weather still prevails and several very heavy frosts have been, experienced. A nice shower would be very beneficial just now to the ploughmen. Measles have beeu very prevalent among the children in the district, but; I have not heard of any serious casus. I hear there is every possibility of the Post Office being removed from the Railway Station and brought back again to the town. It cer tainly should be, for if one man was able to have it removed, surely 160 signatures to a petition would be able to briug.it baok.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Cricket Club Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

The Cricket Club^Concerb. On Tuesday next the coucert under the auspices of the Molong Cricket Club takes plaoe in the School of Arts, and from a musical point of view promises to be the best ever given iu Mo long. The programme appears in our adver tising columns and a glance at it will ahovr thit the very best talent within the district is taking part, while Misa Hazeltine, .who has fbeen appropriately styled the 'Western Nightingale,' has kindly con sented to contribute towards the entertainment. This young lady's action in singing at the concert next week is certainly magnanimous. At considerable iucovetiience, she comes all the way from Miidgee and is contributing toward? the 'programme without any fee or reward. To show that she is a vocalist (if no mean order, we need only quote the following comment — in ihe Mudgee Guaridan— on her very recent per formance in Gilbert and Sullivan's comie opera Pluaf»re,' which was produced by the amateurs of Mudgee:— . . . 'Our exceedingly p...

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Election of Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

Election of Mayor. Oir Saturday afternoon last a special meeting ( of the Molong Municipal Oo'inoil was held for the purpose of electing a Mayor to serve during, the unexpired term of Alderman M'Groder, who tendered his resignation at the previous ordi nary meeting of the Council. The members pre sent 011 Saturday were — Aldermen Conch (who was voted to the chair), Parker, Pack ham, Harris, Millgate, and Windred. Alderman Pipitki- moirnrf urirl AlilArmatl H seconded, — 'That Alderman Packham fill the position of Mayor during the remainder of the present municipal year.' Alderman Millgate proposed Alderman Windred, but the latter gentleman declined the honour of acting in the mayoral capacity. The motion was then put and oarried unanimously. After a few words of congratulation, Alderman Couch \acated the chair, which was taken by the Mayor elect amidst applause. The Mayor having returned thanks for the honor conferred upon him, the proceedings terminated.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The "Town and Country Journal" Photo Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

The 'Town and Country Journal' Photo Competition. The Town and Country Journal offered two prizes of £25 and £15 respectively for the two best photographs taken in Australia, the 6rst to be the sole work of the competitor, while the second was to be exposed by one photographer and finished by another. The competition closed on the 31st March last. Since then the best of the pictures sent in have been reppo duced weekly in the Toww and Country Journal In the second lot of pictures one of eleven sent in by Mr. J. Middleton-Edwards, of Molong, appears in this week's Town and Country. The picture (' Becalmed') repre sents the clipper ship ' Torrens,' becalmed off the South Australian coast. The names of the prizewinners have not been announced as yet. We congratulate Mr. Middleton-Edwards upon the position of merit hia production has so far obtained, and hope his name will figure aiqongst the successful competitors when they are an nounced, ?

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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FARMER & GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

FARMER & GRAZIER. [Under this heading we shall be glad to publish contributions having reference to agricultural and fiastoral matters. Farmers and gruziers in the Mo* ong (district are, therefore, requested to forward any items of interest in connection with tlnir re spective industries to the Editor of the ExPifcESB.] — The Uluiarra factory received 25 000 gallons of tnilk (luring Apiil, averaging 24^1b. of milk to lib butter. A private bill will be introduced into the Legislative Assembly, Queensland, during the coming session, providing for a bonus of 2d on each pound of butter exported. The quantity is not to be less than 1001b. Up to the present 02,540 bairs of maize of this s-'asoti's crop have been exported from Grafton. The United Kingdom is not becoming richer in its live stock. The returns show that there are 311,863 fewer cattle, and 1,867,984 sheep less than there were last year ; but there is an increase of 12,132 in pigs, and 12,038 in horsos.

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