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SUNDAY SERVICES. ST. JOHN'S (ANGLICAN CHURCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

SUNDAY SERVICES. v Sx. John's (Anglican Chukoh.Y Molong— Eyery Sunda-, 11 a.m. and, 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 9.30 a.m., and 3 p.m. Country Churches. First Sunday each month— Warne, 11 a.m. » Beri, 3 p.m. ; Garra, 3 p.m., Bible and Catechism, 4.15 p.m. ; Catombals (lay ser vice) 3 p.m. Second Sunday— Yullundry, 11 a.m. ; Cumnock 3 p.m. ; Amaroo, 3 p.m.; Catechism, &c, 4. 15 p.m. Third Sunday— Warne, It a.m. ; Beri, 3 p.m. Catechism, &c, 4.15 p.m. ; Garra, 3 p.m. Fourth Sunday — Yullundry, 11 a m. ; Oumnock 3 p.m., Garra (lay service) 3 p.m., Gate chism, &c, 4.15 p.m.; Amaroo, 3 p.m. Quarterly— Catombals, 11 a.m. ; Cumnock, 3 p.m., Holy Communion, 4.15 pm. Holy Communion at Molong first Sunday in the month (at other churche3 as pre-arinounced). Baptisms — Monday and Wednesday, 4 o'clock, of which due notice is requisite; : One of the clergy will- always attend morning Sunday School in Molong, and Mr. Betfcs (Supt.) afternoon. . ...... Clergymen will conduct all...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Church Services. ? « ? Appended are the church appointments, in con nection with the local Wesleyan Church, for to morrow and- the following Sunday :— Sunday, 22nd October. Molong, 11 a.m.— Mr. Walter Baker Molong, 7p.m— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan Garra, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenari Meranburn, 3 p.m.— Mr. W. Shield Cndal, 11 a.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan Oudal, 7 p.m.— Mr. ft. Anderson Red Hill, 11 a.m. -Mr. W. Shield Sunday, 29ih October. Molong, 11a.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. ? Molong, 7 p.m.— Rev. D. A; Gils'enan. ; Garra, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Red Hill, 3 p. m.— Mr. G. Anderson1 Shades, 3 p.m.— Mr. E. Baker. : -.. :;-;. : Barrugan, 3 p.m.— -Mr. W. Shield... . .?-??! Cargo, 7 p. m.— Mr. Boaden.' ?' ' . -.-. . ' ' Look wood 11 a.m.— Mr. W. Shield. ? ' .

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Shall Australians Federate. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Shall Australians Federate. '? -L_: ? * ? ?- ? ! . To the Editor : Sir, — Mr. Barton has f'^d the country for its assistaiijie in mL^ig Australian Federation the burning question of the day by raiding it fiom the uarrow I sphere of party politics and basing it upon I popular sentiment aud feeling. It ia a quea- I tion so vitally affecting the interests of every I member of the cumtnuuity that, until there I nah been » general expansion ot public te9(. I ing, not only in the city but ulao in the I country, no practical progress can be effected I iu the way cf securing its accomplishment, I The National Association has taken up the I matter, but the real work remains in the I hands of the people themselves. It is for I them to decide whether Federation is desir- I able or not, and, if desirable, to , what extent I aud on what linen it shall be effected. Tdf.se I points have yet to be determined, and until I this is done there can be little or nothing else I done. For this reason meeti...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

r The new electoral divisions has been ap v proved by the Executive, and. the collection ,; of the rolls: will,; be at once undertaken as they mast be completed by November.. 13th.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

WILL YOU BE WISE ? OR FOOLHARDY! SUOH SYMPTOMS AS HEADACHE, . .; . BACKACHE, v. i'V.'.' !..'..C .:''? dLKEPINESS, . INDIGESTION, .fee., : ; INDICATE A DISORDKD LIVER. GLEMKNTS TONIC HA PROMPT AND 'POSITIVE CURE. : CrEMRNTS TONIC DOES NOT I , ? ????- ; - '? T R B AT S Y .VI FTO II S, IT I -?-liEMOVES THIS CAUSE. FOB PROOF READ THIS;— Mr.- G. E. Mcirsden, Albury-street, Murrumburrah, N.iS.W., who writes on June 13th, 1863 : — I ---have much pleasure in testifying to the great beneiits derived from the use of Clements Tonic^. -About I eix mouth ago I was a great sufferer from lVyjralgia, I I tried various remedies without being relieved. I I was reebmtnended to try Clements Toniu. and 1 found (before I ha.l finished, the third bottle) I was I thoroughly r tired of my old complaint, neuralgia. I I had never had a return of the symptoms since, I and therefoie strouyly recommend Clements Touii . I — Yours 'faithfully, G. ¥. Mardsen, photographer, Albury-street, Murrumburrah. SANDEK AND SO...

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OCTOBER 11TH, 1893. INQUIRY UNDER SECTION 36. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Ogtobhr 11th, 1893. . ? - INQUIRY UNDHR SECTION 36. Stephen Buttler (claimant), 50 acres. Certificate to issue. ' John Bruce, 71£ acres. Certificate to issue. , . John Bruce, 80 acres. Certificate to issue. Australian Joint Stock Bank, 45 acres. : Certificate to issue. '' Australian Joiub Stock Bank, 101 acres. Certificate, to issue. David Wm. Austin, 100 acres, 41 acres, and 40 acres. Certificates to issue. : TO SUBSTITUTE IMPROVEMENTS FOR FENCING. : Fhe following applications were with drawn : — London Chartered B*nk of Aus tralia, 105| acres; 80^ acres, 109- acres,, and . . 122 acres. ? i : :?:.; London Chartered Bauk of Australia; 40 acres. Approved. FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FENCE. , Charles Rutter, 240 acres. Extended to J, 10th May,, 1894. . , , : . ' , . : ;*'. Abel' Brutori, 200 acres and 600 acres. !; Extended to 10th May,1894. , 1 George Hinds, 250 acres and 750 acres, j 'Extended to lO'th February, 1894. . : i c.d ? CLAIM' IN RESPECT TO FENCING. : r f George Eagleston v. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

J. G. DONALDSON, NEWS AGENT, Stationery, Fancy Goods, and Tobacconist Depot, ^BANK STREET, MOLONG. JG. DONALDSON begs to inform the Public o£ Molong and Surrou'nditig Districts ? that he has just opened a New and Varied Assortment of Fancy Goods, Stationery, and Tobacconists' Requisites, Which he ia now offering at Prices to suit the times. FOR CRICKETING TOOLS— Spring Caue-hundle Buta, English Balls and Scumns— you catinot surpass DONALDSON'S Stock. LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS aud Balls can also be obtained at DONALDSON'S. CONCERTINAS ! ACCOKDIANS ! There is now on view at DONALDSON'S Stationery an. 1 D\uicy Goods Repository large mid splendid variety of American Concertinas ami Accordians — indeed, the assort* ment is the best lo be seen outside Sydney. Concertinas fu-m 4s 6d upwards ; Accordiaus from 8s 6d. Just call and look at them. ^IT Agent for the ' MOLONG EXPRESS' uud all Sydney Newspapers. Ordera promptly attended to, and all papets regulaily posted to any address. v Note the Add...

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Cumnock Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

: r Oumnpck Land Board. — : ~ ? . v - .The following cases were dealt with at Cum . nook on the dates mentioned by MesarB. C. ?EV Finch (chairman),- J. T. Lane, and T. S. Pearce :— , October 10th, 1893, .. : ; for pbelijiinary investigation. Gilbert Geo. GiosV Hunt, 320 acres and 960 acres. Survey ordered. Commercial Bunking Company of Sydney, 129 J acres. Confirmed for portion 109 of 129^ acres. M. A. and H. C. M'Culloch, 44 acres. Confirmed for portion 102 of 44 acres. M. A. and H. C. M'Qulloch, 43 acres. V Confirmed for portion 125 of 43 acres! /' TO APPRAISE ANNUAL RENT. James Wykes, 82 acres.. Rent appraised at 4^d per acre. TO ENCLOSE ROADS. Benjamin Yaies, 137£ acres. Approved ,aB regards road south of c.p. ; refused as re gards road between c.p. and c.L Applications were approved in the following cases, gates to be erected : — Major Eagleston, 100 ; acres ; . Michael and John Kerin, 230 acres ; F. J. S. Young, 320 acres; Thomas Kerin, 320 acres; James Wykes, junr., 640 acres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

1^843! ~~ 1893. ij Insurance Company [OF NEW_ YORK. M \ TTENTION .is ; invited to the extraordinary ?I £\ development of this wonderful . .Inatitution m during recent yeare. ? ?| The amount of Insurance in force and the An Mi nual Income have been 1] MORE THAN DOUBLED SINCE 1884. m In that year the Annual Income was £3,921,009 iflSs. 10d lu 1892 it was £8,262,600 13s. id1., an K iucreaso of £4,341,590 14s. 6d., or 111 per cunt. ?I In 1884 the Insurance in force was £72,235,993. ?I At the end of 1892 it was £153,209,880, a gain of 1| £80,973,887, or H2 per cent. If its excess of Income over Disbursements was fi £418,440 5s. iOd. in 1884, and £2.758,259 Is. 6d. II iu 1892. . ?-. ?;, M The Assets of;thej(Company at |the end, of 1892 , ml reached the gigantic total of . , ? ? I £36*951,672 4? Ik! Half £a .century's experience of Life Insurance p] operations has enabled The MutU'il Life Insur m ance CoinpauyaJof New i'ork to guage the H| wants of the public, the result being two forms of...

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Disastrous Fire at Parkes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Disastrous Fire at Parkes. . ' ... We received the following wire from Mr. W. McKenzie : — Parkes, Monday. — 'A dis astrous fire broke out this morning at 3.30, at E. Nable and Company's tailoring pre mises, Olarinda atreet. The fire at once spread to the premises of Messrs. E. Lewis, saddler, G. Best, bootmaker, and T. M'Guffin, chem ist, completely reducing the tour shops to ashes in the space of less than hali-an-hour. Alittle of the cbriterita of M'Guffin'a'stbre only wassaved. The flames quickly spread to the handsome building of the. A.J.S. Bank,';though every effoit. was being put for ward to extinguish them without success. The books aud part of the furniture- in the bank were fortunately saved. By this time Velvin's furniture store wa« in great danger, and, thanks to Coleinan's parapet wallj the lo'wer end' 'of the town was saved. Foster's Exchange. was also in danger, but plenty o£ willing hands by their untiring efforts Saved this fine buHding which, if it was burned, mus...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

tr' = Municipal Council. ? : — * ? -.; ., v. ,...-,, The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Lluxiiig Municipal Council wan held on Tues day evening. Prt'S«itt — Hin Worship the RUyor (Al-ieririnn Black), amT Aldermen Liner, McGroiler, Millgate, Eastmure, Win died, and Packlmi). MINUTES. The minutes of tlio previous meeting were read nnd confirmed. NIGHT SOIL SEBVICE. The coutractoi for tiio ni|-ht soil service here made a vermtl statement regarding t h« night cart and the present unsatisfacloiy fitate in which the service was beinjf per formed. He pointed out that the cart wan in a very, bad state and not tit for ute, and recommended that instead of another one being procured at a couaidfrn'ije ..cost, the Council grant him permission to erect h kiln in which to cremate the night-soil. This would be a tnuch more effective and less coHtly method of doing away with the excre tion than was uow followed, and he hoped the Council would grant him permission to do it. Alderman Windred : W...

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What We Wouldn't Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

What We Wouldn't LiHe:: to See. ?-:?? ? «, ? _ — ; ? ... .....,., Everyone in Molong with the measles. ?' The pausing of a Mining on Private Lands ! Bill, much louger delayed. ' ' ' ; : The Molong School of , Arts alwayB in:, debt. ? ? ?::.,.. ?... .:?'-.';? ? Hulf-adozeu candidates go to the poll -at the next Parliamentary election in Molx-ng. Our fanners continuing to hold aloof froth one i anothet instead of co-operatiog for' their ? own and the district's good. . : Few names on the members roll of the, Molong Good Templars Lodge. ; ..-. ! The School of Arts bo'minlttee reject that1 offer of a L700 piano for 130 sovs.— that is;! if the instrument is a good one and in 'first- - class condition. The money can be1 raised' easy enough in five years; ' ''? -. ?'? Molong always without a town band.. A damp day for next month's holiday. , ; Molong always without a profijrees com-1 mittee. . ' ' '? . ?? ? ? ? ,?;?.?:?, A. G. Taylor deprived of r seat in the new Parliament. He is the comi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

?Hey I Hey! Hey! I EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE ' I Best Fruit, I Best Bread, and I Best Confectionery E Is obtained at ' ' j R.THOMSONS ! SHOP IN BANK-STREET/ MOLONG. I ' ' : ' ? . ? ... I If you have not yet paid him a visit, do not fail to ! do so, because no place this side of Orange— and eren there — can supply you with better things, both us regards quality and freshne** — in the above i . ? ? lines than I 'R.. THOMSON, V: FRUITERER,. BAKER, AND CONFEJTIONEB . BANK STREET WjOLONC. |' NEW BAKERY. | F. COFFEE : jJDEGSto inform the Residents of Mdlong and j O Surrounding Districts that he has started busi l ness as . . I Baker and Confectioner jj AT.LAUER'S NEW BUILDINGS, i And hopes by civility and strict attention; to Busi I ness to giin.a fair share of patronage. I HOT PIES AND COFFEE. | J®' REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. I SM&LL. GOODS jjj — Of every description Fresh everyday. — \ BREAD, 3d~PER LOAF. -. ? ?__ ? ? ? ? J General Storekeeper, The Best Store in Town For securing t...

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The Road Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

' , , The Road Vote. ? «, ? , — . , OWING- lo certain difficulties having arisen Over the disbursement of the road vote \lw Minister for Workd hat» obt'iii- d from the ''Crown Solicitor an opinion to the ttfect that, . # it is illegal for the Government to exj-end .money on any l-ut main roaHn, t«nd thai' y , under the irarish Koada Act owupth of lard within three miles of a parish roud should. . be rated before any money in expended l'iy. tlie Government. The rate can be as hiuh as 6d per acie, and must he levied by the trustees in the way laid down in the Act.

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A Ramble along Bob's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

A Ramble along Bob's Creek. [By 'The Ped.'] . In days of yore, now near the site of the Public School, and at present part of the reserve on which the school and church Stands, wub a shepherd's hut on the run of Kite's Swamp, and here a shepherd named Robert Graham roamed with his flock. He waB never known by tany other iiuone thau 'Bob of Kite ;' but Bob always called thw his creek, for there was only tb« one solitary spring in it, and not a drink in the whole creek except in that spring, mid Bub claimed the exclusive right to it and of it, hence the name of ' Bob1* Creek.' Weil, about four miles from Mulung and oie from Kite's Swamp bridge ia to be found the tirst resi dent, Mr. James Macnamuia, who has a nice little homestead, which is rather well supplied ?with water from a dam than from Bob'u Creek. Mi*. James iJuolatn, your boas storekeeper of Molong, has a vety nice farm here, and on the other, or right, bank of the creek is the comfortable hoiueHtead of Mr. Flanagan, and the...

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Some Figures having Reference to our Present Land System. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Som^/Eigures haying Reference to our ?Present Land System. The, following two paragraph**, taken from the Australian Agriculturist, contain truths which are worth digesting :— Ah Bourke recently, Mr. G. H. R«id a^id that 'of the . 35,000,000 acrea of l«nd in New South Wales which was in thf* hands of free holders, no Ihhs than 24,000,000 acres were held' by 430 individuals, and 10,500,000 acres in the hands of 16 persons, while these 16, held as much as that held by 29,000 other person!). These facts are lumen uuly appal ling, and it is obvious that them in Houietliing rotten in our land laws. Wa conlially agree ?with Mr. Reid that ♦' if the presont system of land alienation gnoB on much longer the patriotic hope of producing a race of hardy freeholders will scarcoly Vie realized.' The present conditions undoubtedly point to a generation of dependents, tilling the soil for - the benefit of a small number of huge land ' holders. What wonder, with ouch k terrible monopoly of land, tha...

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Land and Income Tax v. Trade Restriction. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Land and Income Tax v. Trade Restriction. - ' *iA ? -? ? To the Editor: Sir,— The time is at hand when Freetraders will have to ..declare tli rough the ballot box 'the truth that is in them,' and it cannot injure the cause 'by in dividual Freetraders ventilating 'the question through the: Press, therefore 'J'-i venture to suggest my opinion through your widely cir culated p--per. in the drst place -I think it far better to call things by their pio|)er names, such as Freetrnde v. Restricted Trade; a^ain for Land Tax, rates on the uiiiiiipioved value of all lands/likewise in-,, stead of 'Income Tax, say assessment on all ?inconiesJ I am:not a classtaxer. therefore I don't believe in the Single Tax. The apostle of that creediinight j'nst as well put a tax on the users of oceanw, being the gift of God the same as the land and belong to the people the same as the land. lama Freetrader, arid as such advocate the removal of trade restric!lon8-and substitute a laud rate of one penny in the ...

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Land Notes. PROPOSAL TO ADD ROADS TO CONDITIONAL PURCHASES IN LIEU OF LAND RESUMED FOR NEW ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Land Notes. ? +. ? _ PROPOSAL TO ADD ROADS TO CONDITIONAL PURCHASES IN LIEU OP LAND RESUMED FOR NEW KOADS. Notice has been given that it is 'proposed *? tinder the pfoviaions of i.he 42 'id clause of the Crown Lands Act of 1889, to tidd to' the conditional purchases mentioned in the Schedule below the land th- rein described, in lieu of land resumed for the opening of new roads. Any persons desiring to lodge objec tions should forward the hivuip, before the expiration of one month from thw fourth i ;of Qctober to the Chairman of the Orange Land Board, at his office, where .furthers particulars of the roads may be olitaiiieil:— ' ? - ^c. William Williams,, 2 acref'2 mbln^ 30 perches; County of Ashburnham, (finish of Dulladerry. Boundary road , 1 .'?cli'iVi'r? 'wide, partly' separating portioun Npsv 21 . ii'nd 1.29 (to be added to C.P. 73-11540, -Sloioiig.!) i-i William Williams, 1 acre 3; roods ; County of Ashhurnhtun, parish ot Dulladerry. Part of reserved road 1 cluin wide, siaviin...

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The Cargo Bank Robbery Case. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

The ; Cargo iBa'ttk Robbery) Case. ' : ? . i ^t ad.'litio^t'o , the (ev'id;eiipft, .giveii .in .the; above case, w h i'sh -was' p«--l jshed . i n the Ex- j PRESS on t.lye ocuasion of ' 'fclie 'trisil '6f the: 'accused — J» me'-i ' ''Stii'nes, Jbliii ' Ht'in«a, and , Thouuis :Love-i— «;.t'.i!.Gudal, ; .fcfijb following .(which ,is, from, J IiVjjFhkb* '. Press); .? :^V'Aa . given ; at tiie Circuit. CoVirt tit' Baihiiratlfis'fc Friday, when 'the above-mentioned accused were on their second trial :ffor aSHaulting one Prank1 Pa r k h r ETa \v ce t tr ajijd . ro b'b )n-- l In in ' o E '. £ 89 2 4 s 6J, ut O-irgo, on) the lOLhi June last : ^ : Mrs.:(Ijio,v^,i wjifejAof pmaoner Love, was' pulled and, s worn. r: His, Honor said^thal-she need not jjive evidence unless, she wished.! She said shedesned to be .examined : I re-j rmmbpr 'my husband (getting chaff, on the^ night of;tiie.i)Hnk.-rpbi)e.i:y,jjt.He-i-had a horse; . tied at ithe ,Vaok, of ^t.h.e. birchen, ; : ittwa8,,shej-:. tered Iv a ...

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Farming Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Farming Scraps. The!j bulk of the'mitiza crops should be planted this month, so as to avoid the ntt»ck of the blight, which, is less violeut in the early part of the season. Great profits are to be mnde from small plots ofearly melona. Expeits say th t it. is the; better plan losow m«loii3 on ' ridge.d up' land in prefeience to that rolled down; level. Last year some farmers made a pile out of cucumbers, Try a few;' they are easily grown. Table pumpkins do not produce well whou gown amongst maizn crops. One acre plniuud by themselves will yield as much as 10 acres amongst inaize. On the Richmond River, a dairymnn, who milks 70. cows, h?a drawn L96 for one tionth's supply of milk. ?? ?' -?? .

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