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WITHDRAWAL FROM TEMPORARY COMMON AT MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

WITHDRAWAL FROM TEMPORARY COMMON AT MOLONG. The following portion of land has been withdiawn from the temporary common at Molong : — Within the population area of Molong, proclaimed 22nd February, 1890. Couuty of Wellington, parish of Copper Hill, area 550 acre-s. That part of the temporary com mon at Molong notified 10th May, 1870, in cluded within the boundaries of the measured portions stated hereunder, together with intervening and boundary roads:- — Portions 99 of 35 acres 3 roods 10 perches, 100 of 35 acres 3 roods 10 perches, 101 of 20, 102 of 20 acres, 103 of 20 acres, 104 of 20 acres, 105 of 9 acres 0 toods 9 perches, 106 of 10 I acres 1 rood 10 perches, 107 of .11 acres 2 ; roods 10 perches, 108 of 12 aores, as shown on plan catalogued W. 3,198-2,09 1 Roll ; 109 of 12 acrps 0 roods 10 perches, 110 of 10 acres, HI of 10 acres, 112 of 10 acies, 113 of 10 acres, 114 «f 10 acres, 115 of 10 acres, 116 of 10 acres, 117 of 10 acres, 118 of 10 acres, as shown on plan catalogued W....

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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THE CENTRAL DIVISION LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

THE CENTRAL DIVISION LEASES. Mr. Copeland, in answer to Dr. Ross, said 678 applications had been received for an ex tension of lease in the Central division by virtue of permanent improvements under sec- _ tion 43 of the Crown Lands Act of 1889, and « deposit of £20 had been lodged in each case. No notifications had been- issued to pastoralists that they would get an extension of their leases fnr an fi-jrira neriod of five vears. Out of 578 cases referred to the land boards, reports had been received in eight cases only, but no ex tension of leases had been recommended. It was for the applicants to take action in such cases, and not the Minister.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Questions by Dr. Ross in the Assembly. INSPECTOR OF CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. MOLONG DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

Questions by Dr^Ross in the- Assembly. INSPECTOR OF CONDITIONAL PUR CHASES. MOLONG DISTRICT. Dri Rogs asked the Secretary for Lands, (1.) Is it a fact thatthaj present inspector of condi tional purchases in the Molong dist' iot used insulting and offensive language tooneHayman, a free selector, when he lately went to inspect and report on the improvements thait were on Hayman's selection 1 (2,) ,1s it a fact that the inspector did also, on the occasion referred to, state to the selector that he would put him to all the trouble und delay that he possibly could in getting his selection confirmed? (3 ) Will he see that steps are taken to have the matter fully inquired into, with the view of protecting selec tors from such treatment at the hands of officers of the Lands Department ? (4.) Is it a fact that Hayman has been put to a great inconvenience, and kept waiting for months to have his selection Tannitt-ad nil n.n/3. nrm fi rillfid . aild Can £?Ot no satis faction ? Mr. Copeland ans...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

Hospital Committee Meeting. The monthly meeting of the Committee of the Molong Hospital was hold on Monday evening, when there were present — Messrs. C. Stockwell ('in the chair), J. Black, E. G. Finch, J. G. Donaldson, G. Packham, J. Cotter, D. M. M'Callum, W. Cahill, J. Neilson, A. Parker, G, Garlick, and W. Head (secretary). The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed,' the Visiting Committee's report was read and received. It showed that everything had progressed satisfactorily at the Hospital during the past month, and recom mended that certain alterations be effected to the water supply of the institution. After a slight discussion it was agreed that the recom mendations of the committee should he carried out. The Matron's report was read as follows : — 'I have the honor to inform you that during the mouth of April there were five patients in - the Hospital, two females and three males ; one female died and one female discharged herself, and remaining in...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

Molong School of Arts The' monthly meeting of the committee of the above was held on Friday evening last. Pre sent.:— Messrs. R. P. Martin (in the chair), E. G. Finch, A. S. Bridekirk, W. E. Panton, J. R. Petersen, G. H. Davis, H. H. Ohippindall, Jas. Rubie, Rev. D. A. Gilsenan, and Mr. W. G. T. Hard wick (secretary). The minutes of the previous ordinary and two special meetings were read and confirmed. A communication from Mr. W. G. T. Hardwick, withdrawing his ? ? ? a ? a. 4-t-. resignauuu at* kaeuieiaijr ui mo uuuuui vi wbb read. The Treasurer stated that the funds of the Institution stood at £21 3s 3d in credit at the Bank. Accounts amounting to upwards of £6 were passed for payment. On the motion of Mr. W. E. Panton, seconded by Mr. E. G. Finch, it was unanimously agreed that a letter of condolence be forwarded to Mr. A. Harcourt expressing the sympathy of the committee with him in his late bereavement, and' regretting his departure from town, and , his severance from the Insti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

Caution. THE Person or Persons in the habit of PULLIN G DOWN FENCES and TRESPASSING- in 3Eti dba ik Paddocks will be prosecuted if caught. M.CARROLL. To Let, A FOUR- ROOMED COTTAGIC, situated in Edward-stseet. For further particulars apply to J. CALLANAN, Stockwells' Hotel, Molong. Notice. Dissolution of Partnership. Ithe undersigned, will not be responsible for any 1 Debts incurred after I6th April, 1 894, by 0. To -ger in the name of Dogi er, Ool , & Co. 'WILLIAM. R. COLE. Department of Lands, Sydney, 27th April, 1894. OVERDUE PAYMENTS ON CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. . NOTICE is hereby given that action will be taken to declare forfeited any Conditional Vurchases for whieli the payment of instalment or interest is in arrears after the 3lst May next. WILLIAM HOUSTON, Under Secretary. Department of Lands, Sydney, 3rd April, 1894. ATTENTION is invited to the ' Government Gazette' of 31st ultimo, in which Portions 21 and 22, County Ashburnham, Parish Murga, are proclaimed a Special ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

What We'd Like to See. No more bank, tragedies. Less fiuib wasted in the district. Little children kept off the streets after dark. The local volunteer company hold a church parade. . A big crowd at the cricketers ooncert next Tuesday. A few more pence dropped into the Hos- , pital boxes. A portion of the prospecting vote spent in this district. Less pugilistic encounters amen ; some of our young men. The ratepayers taking a keen interest in' municipal affairs. All the vocalists in good voice for next Tuesday's concert. The Town Band playing ih Bank-street^cii Saturday evenings. Plenty of money flying about at the coming Parliamentary election. Arbor Day celebrated at the Molong Public School this year. No walk-overs ' for those extraordinary vacancies iu the Council. ^~ *?i'ie Loorahah exhibitj score the champion prizes at the Boui'ke Show. The Council's account on the right side of the ledger at the Commercial. No more scenes like that horse-whipping affair over (he creek last Sun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

FLETCHER'S PILLS never fail to cure INDIGESTION, COSTIVENESS, SOUR BREATH, HEARTBURN, LIVER DISEASE, and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMENTS TONIC are the recognised household remedies of the Aus tralian colonies, and every designing quack tries to trade on their reputation and renown. This is the greatest proof of their merit, and suffers want to be particular to get the; genuine articles as regret and disappointment are sure to follow the use of the thousands of ' All-failing' remedies so freely advertised. The reputation and wide-spread use of Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills are the greatest proofs of their appreciation by the public. If they were not as represented they would have passed out of memory long ere this ; but instead their sale is greater and they are more esteemed day by day and week by week, and this emphati cally proves their undisputed supremacy. Listen to no argument from interested parties ; demand the genuine articles and TAKE NO SUBSTI TUTE. ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

TO THE RESCUE AND NO MISTAKE I When a man gets a pepperoorn in hiB mouth he receives an impression and awakes to the fact that life is no longer a dream. G. C. HAMEY Wishes you to awake to the fact that he has reconstructed his business and in future will sell for CASH. The disastrous Bank and large business failures of the past y?ar have clearly pointed out the want of reformation in all alasses of trades, and therefore seeing that no other firm in Molong do a Strictly Cash Trade G-. C. HAMEY ? will endeavour to '' LEAD THE WAY CHEAP 10 PRICES and this he is specially able to do through being under little expanse compared with other Stores in this district since he has '' « - No Other Place of Business ! No Branch Stores ! No Large StaiFof Assistants I ? No Old Stock ! ; , No Long Credit Customers ! ? and consequently No Bad Debts ! All these advantages being taken into consideration it would not take the wisdom of a Solomon to see that he can afford to sell at , - A VERY LOW PRICE...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Hospital Boxes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

Hospital Boxes. Appended is a list of the amounts collected in the varijus local Hospital boxes for the quarter eudad 4th instant : — ' ' ^ Molong Hospital ... £0 0 Q Mrs. Evers ... ... 0 4 Q W. P. Cahill ... ... 0 2 4 C. Stock wall... ... 0 G 1 J. Colbran ... ... 0 18 0 E. Windred... ... 0 0 2 C. Parker ... , ... 0 0 3A J. M'Lachlan, ... 0 0 3| A. G. Blackadder ... 0 0 4£ , Jas. Haslam.., ... 0 0 1 G. Militate ... ... 0 2 2£ H. Macord ... ... 0 0 7i W. Daly . ... ... 0 0 3 . A.J.S. Bank,. ... 0 0 1 Mrs. Flynn ... ... 0 3 0 Mrs. Clark ... ... 0 2 3 Railway Station ... 0 0 1L £2 2 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 12 May 1894

Our'prais'6 bursts forth louder, yet louder, The more Powder.

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Bad Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

Bad Roads- . ! ! Duuing the week Dr. Ross, M.P!, presente'd,) two petitions to the Minister, for- Works,, pray ing for sums of money to be set apart |,foc , expenditure ou a couple of roads in this distriot., ; One petitiou In signed by upwards of 70 resident , settlers at Murga, Reedy Cruuk, Bumburyj and, the immediate neighbourhood, and draws tho: Department's attention to the very dangerous1 state of the road between Murga, via Reedyt Greek, and Bumbury Railway Station. W® have been Informed that the farmers. in;the neighbourhood mentioned have just cause; for, complaint. The road is both dangerous ;foc light vehicles and impassable for loaded teams} and the settlers are unable to get their produce to market without taking a ''long roundabout route or running, the risk of sacrificing their lives through the wretched state of the , present track: to Bumbury station. A more deserving I request was never mad© by any body of hn d working peoplo than that which the petitioners are now...

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Gold mining at Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

Gold-mining at Cargo. ? TfKOM OUR CORRESPONDENT. 1 ' There is still hope in the breasts of many, miners here that Cargo will again come to tho ' front as a mining town. Within the past fort night some nice gold has been obtained by a lucky digger, who was fortunate enough to drop on a little pocket or vain of gold. The news soon spread and in a very short time claims were pegged out all rouud the wealthy spot ; but as yet their is nothing to warrant a rush, unless of single men with a firm view of settling in the town and taking up claims. That would result iu matrimony ! The Dalcouth mine has now a shaft down j some ninety feet deep. A nice 'lender at that depth has been struck. A quantity of the ore has within the past few d&ys beeu sent to Syduey ? . ' ' ' i -????'/;-! jov. to the Department of Mines for essay and treat- ' inent. The return sliOtfs — pyrifeous (some copper pyritii8) quautity yielding — gold; 2--Z3toG lOlwts. liir. ; silver, 2nzs. 32dwts. 16ars. .''Thev.v ...

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The Land and the Landless. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

The Land and the Landless: I To the Editor : Sir, — In some of the elec tioneering speeches with which the con stituencies are becoming familiar it has been insisted that if the whole of the unemployed were, placed on the land, we should at once become rid of the unemployed difficulty. But. -as in the case of New Australia, theory is one thing, ffacfc is another. To put a man on the land, without capital, experience, or the necessary strength, is simply to doom him to hunger and starvation. Instead of raising the cry of (i The Land for the Landless,' we should rather seek to throw it into the hands of those who, either with their own capital or with the aid of capital supplied by others, can assert in increasing the means of employment. It is more capital which is required, and the more capital which we can attract to the land, the larger will be the amount of labour employed. Our land legis lation should have for its object the encour agement of those who can utilise the land to th...

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ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

! ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES. %!' . Sunday, May 20. . St. J din's, ..Molong, 11 a hi. and 7 p.m.— * --*-' Licensed Lay Reads-, r. . ? .... St. Andrew's, Garra, 3 p.m.— ' Licensed -Lay '(,.Ee'1er. ? . ? - Sv.: Luke's j Amaroo, 3 p.ni.rp-Liceused Lay: -' Raader. . , , , , . Obley, 10 30- a.in, ; Br«l:-)e!-'terv, :3 30 p.m (at Mr. E. Hodges\ ho.upe)-i-.l«ev.' J. Alldis. n Si'ndax, May 27. ? ?Sfc.' John's, Molong, -11 aaiv. — Licensed Lay 'Reader. ? -v.' ? , - St.' .John's, ?? Molong; 7 p.m. ; St. David's, Yullundry, 11 a.m. : fen. Matthew's, Cumnock, ?3 p.m. — Rev: .Ti A'lldis. - ' -

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Lawn Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

Lawn Tennis Tournament. APPENDED are the handicaps of the various (mils in the tennis tournament, for trophies presented by Dr. Ross, M.P., which was 'commenced on the local court on Wednesday Inst, when Mr. Simpsou, and Miss Black de feated Mr. Chapman and Miss Logan by nine points. The tornaiiient will be con tinued this afternoon, and the attendance of members is particularly requested. Jrlay will commence atjhalf-past two o'clock. Mr. C. Legh and Miss R. Clarke, scratch. Mi. J. E. Keenan and Miss Dulhunty 25 points. Mr. A. Bridekirk and Mrs. Fielder, 30 points: Mr. J. R. Petersen and Miss Fitzgerald, 35 points. Dr. Fielder and Miss Ross, 35 points. Mr. H. Simpson aud Miss Blaok, 40 , points. Mr. W. Newmarch and Miss Stuckey, 45 points. Mr. W. Ross and Miss Stevenson, 45 points. Mr. G. H. Davis and Miss Clarke, 45 points Mr. G. Chapman and Miss Logan, 50 points. Mr. R. S. Stokes and Miss Ollis, 60 points. SETS. The. following are the sets in the tourna ment : — Mr. Newmarch and M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

1 , Our praise bursts forth louder, yet louder, J ;The more wt know Wauga's Baking Powder. Ac Jemalonjj, neiir JF«-r e3, oil ' Tlnn^d-ij ' h hawker named Ed ward Gr uly was literally ' broken to death on t» e *,h ;el of .'a,' runaway waggonette. . ... t SANDER AND SON'S IfiUCALYPTl EX ? TRACT..— bnder thedistinguisliedipati ona«e of ^ His Majesty the Kint{ . ot I:lal.y, ,'as per cot - ? niiinicatipn, made l-y the. Minister, for Foreign ' Affairs, itliro.ui/li tlHv ConH'il. Genoral of Italy at Melbourne,; -1.4th' ?' March, .1878. Awarded Diploma at the 'Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Aeknowlbdged' 'by'. Medical! ;Clinics'aiid Univer 'sities all over the' Globe. Thereare imitationsof Euoalypti F'Xtract.irithe ?market, ipnklucts bfsirn pie d'istillati--n, f-irmiiig -crude resinous oils. : In order that? these crude -oils: may not be taken for: our Pure Volatile 'Eucalypti Extract, which*is: recognised by the ?medical division of ;the ; Prussian' Government to' be of perfectly pure oiMrgin...

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IS IT A FACT [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

IS IT A FACT- I That Willinm Bede Melville will contest the Molong seat at the forthcoming parlia mentary election ? .That ' Boli' Jaye and 'Bill' Furlong aspire to seals in the Municipal Council? Tliat Dr. Ros«, M.P., is a Free Trade con' vert? That the Rail way Cotnmisiuoners consider any class of carriages good enough to run on the line between Molong and Orange on Mondays? . That a co-operative butter factory is about to be started at Cargo ? That 2000 entries have been received for the Cumnock Show next week 1 That the oranges and lemons are looking well in veteran Allen's orchard at Gi'egra ? That a certain ' society' lady observed that the Molong Lawn Tennis Club was tl a hit too mixed' — not select enough, That this lady (?) has refused to subscribe to the club thiH year because the new mem bers enrolled are not ' good enough' for her to associate with ? ? 'That as far a? respectability goes — in fact as far as anything but this world's wealth is concerned — everyone of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

LOOK OUT FOR THE SHOP ACROSS THE STREET J (Next to the Commercial Bank). . a 1 I K : ? ' 1 I f ? : r , f? :! 'j.! . . .1 i -t! J - ; ' ' ' V~' X V/jl .S»WK. j.O ! -»♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦'♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ?- jl -'l JOHN X E I LS ON ../^'V Whilsfc: cordially thanking the residents of Molong and its Surrounding Districts for the liberal patronage they have extended, to him during the-imi-H ^ yeairs,vti6 ''has been' in business, begs to inform them that he has REMOVED the Glasgow Stores to more commodious premises, next 'the ypommer-^'1;1;* cial Bank, and trusts that by strict attention to the requirements of patrons to merit a still further share of support in the future. v ?- '- tw.bo n , ? ? ' . ? ,? ' '' ': 'i' tIT THE .;:^LASGOW;v;vSTORES? 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 PRICE,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

—THE— HiLMl EXPRESS ANl) WEST III UN DISTRICTS ADVISRTISKR. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1894.

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