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CLASS B—CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

CLASS B-CATTLE. Judges : Phillip Bowler and John McGroder. Stewards: Messrs. C. Miller, J. Leary,, and Thomas McDonald - Prize, 20s ' Hereford Bull — R. Brieu 1 ; 5 entries Durham Bull — W. Hillau 1; 5 entries Hereford cow — iYliss M'Neviu 1; 5 entries Durham cow — C. Miller I ;? 3 entries '? SMALL HOLDERS. Beat bull, 20s — R rfherringham 1 ; 2 entries Best cow, 20a — S. Butler I ; 6 entrioa .FAT STOCK. Best ox, 10s — John Young 1 ; 5 entries Best cow, 10s — W. Hut.ter, aenr, 1 ; 6 entries

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Roll Call. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

? ; k ., The Roll CalL - The battle was over—the foemen were flying, ' But the plain was strewn with the dead aud the .- dying, *? 'For the dark angel rode on its sulphurous blast, An'd had reaped a rich harvest of death as he passed ; For ftB grass he mowed down the blue and the ?? \ ?! . grey With the mean and the mighty that stood in his wav : While tlie blood of our bravest ran there as water, And his nostrils were filled with the incense of tl. slaughter. The black guns were silent— hushed their loud ringing cheers, 'And the pule dead were buried in silence and tears ; All the wounded brought in on stretohers bo , gory, Broken and mangled, but covered with glory, ♦ Whilst the surgeons were -clipping with expert ness and vim, : From the agonised trunk each bullet—torn limb, And the patient, if living was carefully sent To the cool open wards of the hospital tent. ^Vithin one of those wards a brave Highlander lay, 1 With the chill dews of death on his forehead of , clay, For a sh...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Cumnock Show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

The Oumnock Show. ? ^ ? ,. .. ? . This annual show of the Cumnock P. «rul A. Association whs hfld on Queen's ; Birth day ou tho Soci«t-'s grounds. The atteud rtncn was large, the exhi its titimeious and good, aud (.'very-bbiug passHil off success fully. We are nnal.le, o«ing to i'hu limttud atu'iiiut of apuce at our disposal, to give «- detailed hccouiic of the Show in this issue, but a full report will appear iu nnxt week's Express. Appended is a complete list of tiie awAids : — '*' '?'?????\ ULiA&O A — HUKOiiiiS. ^ blood houses. . ' ; Judges : Messrs. A Coulsou and J. M.'Grqder. StawardR : IVIessis. VV. yherringliam, H. : Young, and W. Jul), jun. . ; First -rize, 21s ; second, 10s. '? Best stallion, any atfo — A. Gillis, 1, R. Hunt ! 2 ; 7 entries. . :;?;:?-.- -i.i. -.;.,,. \] ..?..'. ., ; Best mare, any age (with or without foal) ? F. 8. Young, 1, VV. JSorris 2 ; 9 «ntiies. .; i' DRAUGHT HOUSES. . : ' Stewards: Messrs. W. Hillau, J. Eg.in, and R. Shei'ringhaiu. - First pi...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

NEWS AND NOTES. FilHs'8 circus took over £200 from Forbes last- week. A Chinese Opera Company is now touring New England. Abed and meat breakfast, can be had at Adelaide for Gel. Inscription on the wall of a Maoriland pub, : ' Aglass of beer ami a kias for4d.' Tfie actual o--pt of the Purkes Waterworks is let down by the Government at £13,660. Quartz from the Monkerai goldfield near Duugog is expected to yield lOOOoz.' to the ton. An exchange forecasts that next N.S.W. Assembly will contain at least 19 Was ley an preachers. During the last five years 131' ihqueBts have been held ,cn dead infants iu Sydney, and sub urbs. , , ??.?.' Up to the present 488 tons of Wyalonj? Btone have been crushed for a total yield of 869oz of ?melted gold. Dr. Renwiok is preparing a bulky report of 700 or 800 pages on the Chicago Exhibition. Who mil read it 1 ?; ^ ?:. ?? , ?- ? — The TJail way Commissioners are arranging for the carriage of dead rabbits to Sydney at 2d per lb. ' _ '??? ; : .. ?? . '?? -...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Farewell to the Kev. W. Chaseling at Bournewood. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

' Farewell to the Itev. W. Chaseling at 'Bournewood. ? : ? + ? — [from our correspondent.] The Rev. W. Chaseling, who tor the pus/, two and a half yeurs has conducted a mission iu connection with the Baptist Church in this dimrict, has leoently resiguad, and in about to take his departure from oar midst. As a mark of eHteem and good-will the mem bers of the Bourne wood Bipust Church decided to gire their Pas'or a parting tflati raonittl in the Hhape of a purse of sovereigns. knowing that it was principally through the .scarcity of money th»t Mr. Chaseliug was a )mpelled t) resign. Subscription lists wer» f irvriu-ded by the deacons of the Church to the vurtouH preaching stati'ms, including Cumnock, Rocky Poudg, Dilga, Oliley Vale, Curra Creek, &c, and -though I hare not been informed of thw exnet amount collected, I unrleratnnd ihat the sum far exceeded expectations. ?A meeting of the Church and friends of the mission was held in the Bchool-rooui on Wednesday evening, the 16...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Survival of the Pittest. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Survival of the Fittest. Somksodv said somewhere at some time ' That men, n&tions and things could learn the lesson of life from the Ephenera-=-the insects of a summer day which are born and breathe and die,' and to a great extent this is true. Man's is a little longer than the day of the house fly, that is all, aud what is true of him is true of many of his works. There are flourishing in Australasia now many financial institutions, great newspapers, and commercial establish ments, (.Inch being independent of any one man, have outlived the men who made them, and will probably continue, changeless to the end of civilisation. There are others which were as unstable as the men who made them, aud have long since disappeared in the (general ruin. And tliert have beeu medicines without inherent virtue, which have sprung into notice, deluded a few unfortunate sufferers with the promise of a cure, aud subsided into the long list of dead failures. Any thing can live for a year or tw...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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"The Demoralised Condition of Politics." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

'The Demoralised. Condition of Politics.' To the Editor: Sir, — I think' the thanks of the community are -iu« to you for your article in last Saturday's Express on the demoralised condition of politics in N.S.W. It certainly i« time that respectable electors, thoae with a stake in the colony, took it on themselves to take a due interest; in political affairs, and not leave all power, legislative and administrative, to men of a mean order of mind and disnosition. But. sir. £ have pointed out in your columns several times, aa - ' ' are the electors so will be their representative in Parliament. The reception given to the Labor (?) candidate at the last general elec tion in the Molong District showed in an unraistakeablo way the tendencies of the district to uphold law and order. And yet there are eleetors who, while expressing the utmost abhorrence of the drastic legislation proposed by ' reformers of society,' will not scruple to suggest administrative acts t which cannot but have a ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Printed Matter Sent by Post. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Printed Matter Seat by Post. ? ; ? — ? Considerable misapprehension appears to exist as to the cluss of mail matter entitled to pass within the colony at the rate of £d. per 2oz. it is pointed out by the Postal Department that the New South Wales Post-office is the only one in Australia which has not yet introduced the initial rate of l^d, and the express condition is that packets can only pasa at this rate provided they coutain nothing but ^printed matter — no writing whatever, not even the addressor's name being permitted. Attention to this rule jon the. part of senders will obviate the annoyance of the addressees being called upon to pay double the deficient postage ou delivery of the packets. The ^d rate is not applicable to packets ad dressed to places beyond the colony.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

*~Begs'to announce the- arrival of Large Additions in all the Departments of Choice 'Winter Drapery., in ..the. Latest Styles and Newest designs, .'( comprising Dress. Materials, Mantles, Jackets, Hosiery, Gloves, Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Flannelette, Flannels, Blankets, Hearth Ku.^s, :i*'€arpets, Oilcloths, Men's and Boys' Tailor-made Suits, and Small Knicker Suits. ? '??' : -^'V'', ' Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes have not been .forgotten by me, and anyone requiring a good Boot or Shoe by any of the lead (/jmg, makers and in the Latest Designs can obtain same at exceptional Low Prices. Vi- ? ?;? . ?? US\J\.jl Hi XX JL . JJJl%)2\.$: IlilA) L . .- . ?, . ? ii.'-'iiir ': . ? ???.??;?? - :? ... ojiv r'.' \ Men's Overcoats, with Oape, 16a 6d , ' Men's Serge Suits, well finished and good cut, 7a 6d /»-? t'MV- Men's Soft Felt Hats, .from Is 6d -?i.i.\_ ; : , ? Men's Flannelette Shuts, from Is 6d - i j Men's Brown Cotton/Socks, 2d per pair ' 'Railway Rugs, stylish patterns, at...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ? _A ? Did any satiH pet boh imagine for an instant that the beatific condition of things prophe sied by the promotets of the pilgi iniHu;e to 'Now Austra ia' would ever become AU fait accompli] It is true that there wer« eiithiisiuut* who took an optimistic view of the incursion into the land of mi a* ma and reptiles and peccaries. To them it was the land of promise. It flowed with milk and honey. It afforded the opportunity of hand ing together on the communal system — of making their own laws, of building up their own judiciary system, and of cieatiug a fidu ciary establishment that wan to.be the common property of the settlement. These were pleasures that were truly Klvsian. The cou ception of this blissful state of things was delightful ; but bow far short has the i cassa- tion fallen 0/ the hopes tkat were fondly .cherished 1 Correspondence from disgusted, deceived, and disappointed ' pilgrims' goes to supply the answer. Mr. G. W. PoPBf one of the Australia...

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Political Bights and Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Political Bights and Duties. ? ? ~* — . ? To the 'Editor. Sir, — Wo hear a great deal about political rights, but how about political duties? The community has its rights, and these are of even m eater importance than th--«o of the individual. In giving his vote, an elector has no right to consider his own interests alone; he is bound to consult also those of the com munity. If he is unable or unwilling to do this, bo is undeserving of the possession of the franchise. If he considers the interests of the community, as well as his own, he will vote only for individuals worthy a seat in Parliament. If we want a better Legislative Assembly we must have better men, and we can do this only by recognising our duties, as well as our rights, as electors. We are bound to vote for the best man who presents himself — irrespective of creed, party, or social position. We want neither the faddist nor the adventurer, but the man of high prinoiple, good business ability, and plain com mon sense. Wi...

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Woman's Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Woman's 'Suffrage To the Editor : Sir — , Being one of the many who, in this 19th century, are. working. for the franchUeniHnt of their sex,l urn anxious to bring , the matter before those whose distance from the ' m^n populous centres prevents their attending jjjnr-ings, and ao uives them no opportunity of hearing discussion on the subject. Knowing iliat your puper has a very wide circulation, I flond you this letter which I hope you will find room for. One of the questions of the day, wi-luly discoursed by the friends and enemies of the movement iti town and country, is ' Should the suffrage be ginni to women?' There is no question about the justice of allowing women to vote for parliamentary representatives. It has been allowed by the c-.'ii»rots of nations that any nation, or part of a nation, governed by laws, in the making of which they have no voice, is enslaved to the muker of those laws. Is not this the c» flu with women % Do they not obey the laws of thu Government under w...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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THE PROSPECTS OF OUR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

THE PROSPBUl'S OF OUKJ FARMERS. Not for some ye-irs hasjthe winter outlck for wheat growing been 'more favourable than at present. In this and other districts' genial laius khave been experienced. The f'frmms engaged in wheat growing have been especially benetitted byg the showera which; fell last month, for they have been enab!ed| to start ploughing, which is a matter of; great importance, as it ensures getting the' seed in early. We are given lo^ understand that a large area of wheat in this district has been already sown, and persons in a position to judge assert that th« average this year will even lie greater than in '93. It is e\ i dent, therefore that though the present piiceM for wheat ate not satisfactory the fat mem are not inclined to abandon the cultivation of a crop which may prove remunerative. One must have noticed, too, that our farmers are of late years adopting a nyatiun of farm ing moat conducive to progressive agricul tme. For instance, they go in for early sow i...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Municipal Nominations. THE EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES. J. S. TAYLOR AND J W. HULL ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Municipal Nominations. . v ? ? ? .. ? THE EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES J. S. TAYLOR AND J W. HULL ELECTED. The public nomination of candidate to till the extraordinary vacancies in the Molomj Municipal Council, caused by the rf ais-- nations of M r. J. ? M'Gro-Ier an! Mr. A. G. Beveridgo, t»ok place at the Town Hall, at noonjori Wednesday. Beyond the Presi lies; Officer (Ald«nnan G Paokhmu), three rate payers, the Council Clerk, ami the candid Ue*, no one was present, and the pioueedings were simblv of a formal nature. The Presiding Officer, having read the advertisement con vening the meeting, announced that he h»d .received two nominations, and they were — John Stuart Taylor and James William Hull. As there was no opposition he had pleasure in declaring these gentleman duly elected ; aldermen of the Municipality 'f Moloug. Messrs. Taylor and Hull here drew lots as to, Which seat they should till, with the result that the vacancy created »-y Alderman Beve ridge's retirement is to tie fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Notice to Advertisers, THE attention of Advertisers in and Subscribers to tho MO LONG EXPRESS is respectfully .directed to tho following announcement : — CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS : For tho first inch of space and under ... 3 0 For ovury 'Succeeding inch or pnrt thereof ... 2 0 Standing Advertisements for threo, six, nine, or welru mo'ifclis us j.iC!r agreement. Auctioneers will I. e allowed 10 per pent, off bheir accounts, providing they n.ro promptly paid after lieing rendered. Ur.lers'.for'iiiiver.lisoinL'iits should .have the num bor of insertions desired written on tho face of '?hem, otherwise they will be inserted regularly und elmrgad fur Lill.coiinlei'iimndcd. , , TKIiMS' OV SUllSCltlPTlON : Per quarter (in advniKH') ? 5 0 .- . -- (booked) i ... ( ... 6 U LKGAL' DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. Jf any person orders' his paper discontinued, he must-first pay' all arn-aniy-.s or t,ho puhlisjhor may continue to send until payment is made, and eollectMho whole amount whether l.he ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Presentation to Mr. W. Newmarch. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

. Presentation to Mr. W. Newmarch.. Osr Thursday night, duilnj; the interval be tween the first and second parts of the con cert, given at Cuuinock in aid of the local Cricket Club and Hall Company, Mr. W. Newmaioh, late tn&uager of the A.J.S. Bunk at that centre, was presented with a beauti fully illuminated address ami Durse of sove reigns as a mark of the esteem of the public oft the Ouranock district. Mr. John Bruce, of Burgoo, made the presentation. A full report of it will appear in our next.

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

[?] Appended are the church appointments, in con nection with the local Wesleyan Church, for . $Q-niorro\y and the following Sunday ;-^- ,. :; -. Spnpay, May 27 - JVColoug, 1J. a.m. — Mr. G- Audersou Molpui;, 7 p.m. — Itev. D A. Gilsenau Garra, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A. GiUeuau -, Cudal, XI a.m.-rllev. D. A. (Ttlaeiiau ? ,iCudal,;7 p.m.— Mr. J. ft. WorraU Red fclill, 3 p.m.— Mr. W. Baker ' Barragau, 3 p.m.-=-Mr. J. li WorraU Jpue 3. ? M-ohm*, H u.ni.— Mr. B. Baker Molung, 7 p.m. — Mi'. VV Shield i Cudal, 3 p.m — -Mr: W. Shiela Oudul, 7 p.m.— R»iv. D. A. Gilaeuan Shades, i- p.m.— Mr. A. Baker BarrasjAu, 3 p.m.— ttev. D. A. Gilamian '?'Cargo, 'XL a.m. — Rev. D. A. Giiaenau - . -Cargo, 7p.m. — Mr. J.W. W.irrall i Lockwood, X.30 p. tn.— llev. D. A. Gilsetiau

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

St.- JOSEJPtf'S 0ATHOW0 OHUJftOtf, ftjoloug— 1st Sunday of every month, Cargo — ^nd Sunday of every tuouth. ,Oudal— 3rd Sunday of. eyery mouth. Ouiuuuck — Ifcli Sunday of every mouth. Mauildra— 5th Sunday in the month (when occurring).

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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COOL STORAGE OF VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

' COOL STOLiAGB OF VEGETABLES. Acting on the suggestion put forth in February last for applying the cool storuge system to green peas and other garden pro duce, with a view to determining their keeping properties and the pructibility of p opening up a trade with London in auch ' commodities, several cases of green peas, and also a sample case of passion fruit (says the ., iMelb'ourne Age), , were, taken charge of by ...Mr. D. Wilson, Government expert, who had them placed in the corporation refrigerating '' chambers on the 3rd March last. On Wed Y hesday morning several gentlemen visited lf the refrigerating chambers to see the samples opened. The temperature of the chambers had been kept at 17' Fahr., but it was con sidered that the result would have been equally an g lod at 32* On being opened the pens, which had been stored in the uhell, weie found to be as peifeut ns on the day they were put in. There wan no shrivelling of he shells or of the peas tlieinm lves, mid the piHsinn f...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. ? .» ? Alderman John Stuart Taylor. Alderman J.«uies William Mull. Sir Henry Purkes will enter upon his 80th ye»r on Monday. The ordinary meeting of the Molong Muni cipal Council will he held next Tuesday. The amount of the prospecting vote allotted to the Molong district up to the 31st De comber last was £137 10s. Holders of conditional purchases are re minded that action will l*e taken to declare forfeited any conditional purchases for which the payment of instalment or interest is in Arrears after 31st May. The rain which fell at the latter end of la»t week prevented the tennis tournament for Dr. Ross' trophy being continued on Saturday. It will, however, be resumed this afternoon if the weather is propitious. The young man Lemon who met with a nasty {accident at Amaroo the week before last is still coiifiued in the Hospital, though he is progressing steadily towards recovery under the skilful treatment of Dr. Fielder. Two teams left Molong on Tuesday with four...

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