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Undelivered Electoral Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
Undeliyored Electoral Rights. At our request, Mr. William Rims, Electoral Registrar, haB kindly supplied us with the fol lowing list of persona whose Rights have-not. bean'iaauod. It is to be h pad tho^e of out readers who know when* the claimants are will inform them that they omi obtain their Elector's ' \ Right by app'ying to Mr. Rosa, and this should done without delay. The appended list shows that thero are 312 Rights not yet issued. CANOWINDRA NORTH DIVISION, .Adams, Allen, labourer, Nyrang Creek Pixon, John, labourer, Molong Frazur, Hugh, labourer, Rosobr.iok Park Hobbs, Thomas, carrier, Nyrang Creak . O'Brien, Thomas, labouror, Cattbury O'Loughlin, Mich-iol, junior, farmer, Mogong Smith, Joseph, labourer, Mogoug Brown, Thomas, labourer, Cargo Granuall, James, tanner, Edinboro Greek .. Green, Harry William, blacksmith, Cargo Hay, John, carpenter, Cargo Hill, James, miner, Gum Flat Irvine, .Patrick, labourer, Cargo Larkins, Edward, labourer, Barracan Lawson, Miohael William, s...
Cricket Club Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
Cricket Club Concert. Thb concert organised for the purpose of augmenting the funds of the Molong Cricket Club took place in the School of Arts on Tues day night, aod, artistically and financially, proved a great success. It was, indeed, a reve lation to the musical public of Molong, who were never, before vouchsafed suph a reve? Jation from the Divine Muse as «ras afforded by the talented lady, who formed the chief ' attraction on tlio programme. The whole of the front seats were occupied, but the rear of the hall was not as well patronised as the management hoped it would bo. Still, iu these tjimes of depression, the house was a good one and & more appreciative audience could not bo desired. Every vocalist and every other ppir former was well received, and every iudividual appeared amply satisfied with the progiamuie, despite tho fact that, at thy last moment, several who had consented- to sing declined to do so fop various reasons, JLt has become a notable fact that certa...
CARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
CARGO. This little tows, as if In sympathy with many , others, is just now very duil in, business, and, there is little doiug at present. Commercial travellers come and go, and the general com plaint is 4- no business.' The weather for the past few weeks has been all that one could desire at this advanced period of the season. Our farmers everywhere seem to have taken advantage of the warm dry weather, as the ploughs are kept very busy in and arouud here, and notwithstanding that grain is so low iu price, seed time seems not to be neglected. It is really a cheering sight,, away back a few miles from here, to see the vast acres under cultivation, to notice th« rich, ; new-turned furrow and to catch a wift of that rich aroma little known and seldom experienced by the city denizen. 'Speed the plough and prosper the farmer' is my earnest wish. Our local new roller mill has made a very fair Btart. Although late in the season, tons of flour have been produced of the very finest quality au...
DISTRICT JOTTINGS. CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
DISTRICT JOTTINGS.' ? ? ♦— ? . . FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. CUDAL. 1 The footballers will play their 6 rat match at I (-t go on Saturday (to-day), and if all the local j talent bun be prevailed upon to undertake the rney, a i»ood game should result. The fol | l'wu^yill comprise the Cudal team: — Turner, j Pembroke, Irvine, P. Uealy, G. Etealy, Howel, i Wilson, Finerty, Shields, Bui ton, Gavin, Car man, Laveis, Mooii, Campbell, Hartus, Hadley, ?;j and Daniels. if Our cricketers 'have not yet wound up the season, and are evidently determined to make up for lost time, as several matches are on the tapis. They have been singularly successful | during their short caree*, defeating every team f they met; but their most brilliant performance was their victory over a really good team from Manildra ou Saturday week last. Manildra batted firBt and put up 89. Cudal followed with 87, in their Becond innings Manildra made 68, leaving Cudal to m^ke up 70 in forty six minutes. Things did not loo...
Melbourne Property Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
Melbourne Property Building Society. We desire to draw attention to the advertise iuent of the Melbourne Property BuildingSociety in our advertising columns of to-day. The Society is for the purpose of disposing of several Yert Valuable Properties in Melbourne, but in order to legalize the distribution of properties, the Society has been registered iu Brisbane, and is now incorporated according to net of Parlia ment of that Colouy. It is iu good hands, and the properties are not over valued. We under stand that the Committee fully expect .to close the share list early iu June.
Stared at by the Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
Stared at by the Dead. Early one morning' the guards on the elevated road in .Now York uoticedau aged man apparently kneeling beside »n open window. Although it was a raw and cold morning, his head was un covered. His ayus ; seemed to be staring intently across the street. All day long, as the trains thundered past, the man seemed still to be watching, and even when night came on a ulimpBt) of a white face could be seen staring out into the darkness. The next morning the guards were all od the lookout, and still the man could he seen with his chin resting on the back of his hand, ? Coroner Donliu, who chanced to be looking out of the car window during the day, saw at once that it was no common face that glared at him. He left, the train, went to the house, and their foiiud kueeliug by the window the stiffened corpse of a man. For two day* he had kept the viitil of the dead. Awaking iu the night, alone and oppressed, he had struggled to the window, afld, gasping-/ for breath, died. T...
Cumnock Show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
Cumnock Show. The 1894 Show of the Cu 11 nock P. and A. Association takes place on Queen's Birthday (Thursday nex1), and promises to be a great success. A' large number of entries have already been receive'!, and no doubt the numbir in.hand will be- largely supplemented by others before Wednesday evening. For cue nrsu tune since me Association nas ueen established, there will be a good display of agricultural implements on the ground, as several of the principal manufacturing firms of the colony have signified their intentinn of exhibiting. Buggies, &c., from Wollon gong will be on view, and it is anticipated the outside display of miscellaneous articles will be the best ever the Society has had. In nearly all tlie sections,' the entries are good, and beyond a fine day »nothinjg is want ing to make the Cumnock Show this year a grant) success. ? : :
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr. William Parker, son of Alderman Parker, is down, with' an attack o f typhoid fever. . We have been informed on reliable author ity that Mr. W. B. Melville does not intend to contest the Molong Electorate at the neai a't-haudparlianientary election. Sergeant Atkinson bade Molong adieu on Saturday morning, when he left oil horseback for O range, EN ROUTE to Lithgow, his new sphere of official labour. The absolute reversal of forfeiture of the following conditional leave has been gazetted : ? Daniel Smith, GWe's Creok, Merauburn, 300 acres, county Ashburnham, ptrish DulU derry. ' Isn't it -shameful to think that thousands of tons of quinces are rotting iu thin district-, while there are hundred* of starving people all over the country and in Sydney who can t get bread, not to spetk ofjuu. In the Assembly , on Wednesday, Mr. Copelandj .in answer to Dr. Ross, said lie was nut aware that- the present inspector of conditioi.al purchases in the district of Mo long. wa...
Latest Telegraphic. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
Latest Telegraphic. (prom our sphcial' agent.) - SYDNEY, Friday. The Council, has passed the first t«u clauses of the Mining 011 Private Lands Bill. It is generally believed that the Council is deter mined upon effecting drastic amendments to the Bill. Hostility against the measure is increasing, several former supporters having gone over to the Opposition. Parliament will for certain prorogue the week after next. The reported rich alluvial discovery oh Hawksview Estate, near Albury, is going from six to eight ounces to the ton. At a meeting of the Boot Trades Unioa held last night it was decided, by a large majority, to return to woik to-day. . . . A sppcial court is to be held at Tain worth on the 18th June for the trial, of Lee and Cummins, in connection with the Bariaba. tragedy. Yesterday's wool sales were fairly active. Prices are unaltered. Some attractive Queensland clips were offered, but the bulk was passed in. ? . Two nuggets of gold, weighing forty-two. and fifty ounces ...
A Worthy Sergeant of Police. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
A Worthy Sergeant of Police. A. public meeting was held in the Odd fellowd' Hall, Sofala, on Thursday, May 10th, Dr. Hinton, J.P., in the chair, to present Sergeant Fagan with an address and purse of sovereigns, prior to his departure for Mo long. The address was an illuminated one, ;; framed and glazed, the work of Messrs. S. T. Leigh and Co., Sydney. The Chairman referred at some length , to '? J the many sterling qualities of the worthy sergeant. It was, he said, difficult to pleane evHrybody. Some officers were considered to exacting, while others were too lax. But Sergeant Fagan seemed to have! struck the golden mean. If. he had any partiality at all it was in the direction of mercy. The Chairman then presented a purse containing thirty ' sovereigns, aud read the following address : — 'To Sergeant Fagan, Sofala. Dear. Sir,-— The highly efficient, intelligent and impartial manner in .which you have at alltinies dis charged the multifarious and onerous duties devolving upon your ...
A SPLENDID COW. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894
A SPLENDID COW. Mr. John Lindsay, of Kembla Park, Illa warra, is the owner of a grand cow known as Honeycomb. Mr. Lindsay, several years ago purchased a number of Ayrshire bulls from Mr. James Buchanan, M.L C., Victoria, and crossed &nbsp; them with the old Illawarra breed. The result has been most satisfactory, for the progeny have won prizes wherever exhibited. Honeycomb &nbsp; has won an immense number of times in all the principal show-yards of New South Wales. At Kiama show in 1893 she yielded 72½lbs of milk in two milkings, and at Berry she won first prize in the milking contest by giving 85½lbs of milk in two milkings in 24 hours, and 124¼lbs of milk in 36 hours. In Sydney, in the same year, she was awarded first and champion prize of the yard. Honeycomb claims the champion ship of the world on the ground that she yielded 85½lbs of milk in 24 hours, which gave 4lb 4oz of butter, proportionately, a higher yield than that given at Chicago by Ida Marigold. It is ...
CLASS G—POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894
I CLASS G-POCLTRY. Judges : Messrs D. Kinnn and W. J. Windred. Steward : Mr. Jivs. M'Cormack. Prize, 5s. ('The word ' coop' means cock and hen). Coop colonial game, any colour— H. W. Sher fiiichHiii 1; 4 entries . 0«»op pile game, any colour— W. Shernngham Coop British game, any colour— H. Yoong.l; G entries Coop Spanish— H. W. Sherringham 1 ; 3 en tries , . Coop brahma, any colour— U. bhemngham !? 2 «ntries v ' ?-..-, Coop tin keys— H.Yonni 1; 4 entries Gojse and gander— W. -'SlK'Ti-iHghain 1 ; 5 entries ' ' - ? ' ' -''?' Coop ducks— J. G. Shernngham 1 ; 8 entries Cop Plymouth rocks— EL. W. .Sherrhigham 1: 2 entries C.)op AiuUlusians— W. Bluck 1 ; 4 entries C--op leghorns— H. VV. Sherringhata- 1; 7 eii'iiea ?. ? ?: '' .-. Co-ipbanUm?— H. W. Sherringham 1; 3 en Coop langshans— John Motiro 1 ; 3 entries
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894
Wanted, Tr. _. to 150 'BUSHELS of GOOD CORN ; state i-v-zO price delivered at YoorooKa. E. HUNT, Yoorooga, Obley. PUBLIC NOTICE. MOLONG FREEIRADE & LIBERAL ELKCTOKAL ASSOCIATION. H. C. M'CULLOCH, Esq. . (Of Buckinbah Station and Sydney), Has been chosen as the FRHETRADE ? CANDIDATE, _J3y the above Association, and lie,, will visit the V 'Whole of the district and Address the Electors. Due, Notice will be given of the dates of his Address. CJ3T' Do riot pledge your votes until you hear tho ' ' ?'? 'views of the Candidate. W, G. T. HABDWIOK, Hon. Sec. i,r. ? .,.- . Roads Office, ??''????-'-' ? Orange, Maj 23, 1894. NOTICE, 'T'EITDERS are invited up till noon on MONDAY JL the 28th of May, for the following Contract, viz. : — . Molong to Toogong, Contract 62. ? Specification may be seen at the Court Houbb, Molong. Tenders endorsed as such with name of Road and number of contract to be addressed to the under signed. J. H. ADAMS, Resident Engineer. ?'?' ': '' ''? '?'?' l ??' ' Koa...
CLASS F—DAIRY PRODUCE, FRUIT VEGETABLES. &c. Steward: Mr, J. Fogarty, junr Prize, 5s. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894
CLASS F-DAIRY PRODUCE, FROIT VEGETABLES. &c. Steward : Mr, J. Fogarty, junr ? Prize, 58. Beet 21ba fresh butter— Mrs. John Munro 1 ? ' '- 7 eutriea - Three loaves home-made bread— Mrs. ,M. onnelly 1 j 9 entries' peak collection vegetables — J. Watt 1; 2 pozen baking apples— H. Ford 1, Mrs. ,rter highly commended ; 6 entries |l)ozftn dessert apples— Henry Ford 1; |W. »b H '-!-ly commended ; 4 entries j)()Z^Vi baking pears — Mrs. John Bruce 1, [jss M'Nevin highly commended ; 5 entries Dozen quinces— Mrs. Say 1, F. Thornborough ohljr commended ; 6 eutriea Collection home-made jams— Mrs. Finch 1; entries. Six bottles preserved fruit — Mis3 Bowler I ; entries ? Collection of flowers— 0. Miller 1 ; 3 entries Sample, icwt potatoes— Andrew Byrne 1 ; 4 Six home-made scones— Mrs. W. Hillau 1 ; 6 Sponge cake not less than 2lbs— Miss Alice lack 1 ; 7 entries Seed cake not less than 21bs— Mrs. 0. Millar . 4 entries Dozen fresh laid eg^s ; 5s tfiven by Mra. W. [avvmaroh— Mis. MnnrO 1 ; 7 ...
CLASS E—CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894
CLASS E-GBREAI.S. Judges': Messrs. John Black, R. Bradley, and Thus. Quirk. Steward: Mr. VV. Black. Best bai( of white wheat, not less than thieo bushels, tho Kiowrth of last season, with a guarantee in writing that it is a bona fide sample of at least 50 bushels growu by ex hibitor. First prize, 30a ; second, 15s— John Egnlestou, drat, second, and special prizes- 14 entries ' Bag white oats ; 103— Miss M'Nevin ; 5 en. tries ?;?;.. Bag cape barley ; 10a— Henry Ford 1 ? 2 entries ' Bag maize (large), ,- .in -cob ; 10s— W. Harris ? 1 ; 11 entries ? ' .Bag maize (small), in cob ; 10s— 0. Miller 1 ?'? 18 entries * A Best truss oaten or whaaten hav fnot lean than oGlbs) ; lOs-A. Kefford 1 ; 8 entries .Best oaten chaff; 10a— A. Kefford 1 ? & entries ' Bag wheaten chaff; 10a— Jas. Fleming 1-4 '? entries ??'».- Best collection of farming produce ; £1 Is giveu by W. Black, Esq.— J. Watt 1, J. g! Sherringham highly recommended ; 2 entries
CLASS C—SHEEP. MERINO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894
CLASS C— SHEEP. ; MERINO. Stewards-: Messrs. H. Dw'ye'r and H. P. Muuro ??...?' First prize, 15s ; seoond, 5*. Ram, 6-looth and over— Miss AI'Nevin 1 and 2 ; 8 eutrieg Rum, 4-toyth aud under 6 — John Young 1, Misa M'Nevin 2 ; 4 entries Ram, 2-tooth and under 4 — John Youn,? com mended ; 3 entries Ewe, 6-tooth and over— John Leary 1 and 2 '?; 8 unities . . , . Ewe, 4'tooth and under 6 — Miss M'Nevin 1, John Young 2 ; Sentries Ewe, 2-touth and under 4— S. Roilley 1, Misa M'Neviu 2; (j entries Ewe, under 12 months— Miss' M'Nevin 1 and 2 ; 6 entries. Champion Ewt — S. Reilley Champion iUtu — Miss M'Nevin. QKASS FKD (for huldei-B of not more than 2000). SkeHMiUs: iVIassis J. Lawsou aud VV , Austin. '? First priztj, los ; aeoond, 5s. ,\ Ram, 6-tooth an. I over— John iVluuro, junr, I, tJiuuea Lawsuu 2 : 7 entries R'nn, 4 tooth anil nnder 6 — R. Sherrinjjliain 1, J. G Shen injjhain 2; 3 entries Ram, 2 tooth and iinder 4 — VV. T. Job ,1, J. G. Hliert'tiigliaiii 2 ; 7 «ntii«i Run, uiider;i2 i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894
ARE YOU AFFLICTED with. ? DYSPEPSIA, ./ CONSTIPATION, ; . ? ?; ... KIDNEY TROUBLES, ??? ' BACKACHE, ACHING- LIMBS; or LIVER COMPLAINT? ' If . bo, safe remedies are within you'1 reach, at a. nominnlcost. . CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have never yet failed to cure the worst oases. General debility nervous ness, weakness, and gereral complaints of the digestive and nervous systems are promptly cured by these reliable remedies. They are prepared by scientific processes, and are not merely mechanical., mixtures made only to, 'gull the public.' The renown CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILL.S have won in Australasia is proof of the fact that the,y stand pre-eminent for their special classes of diseases, No remedies ever sold gave such entire satisfaction to their patrons, and evidence is. forth coming from every city, town, and village to prove their virtues, No doubt can now exist as to their value, but purchases must bo careful to get the genuine articles as many unscrupulous tra...