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

HUDSON BROTHERS, Eimti^^ CLYDE WORKS, GRANVILLE. Agents: Jnhirjsiack & Son, Molong.^ ', ..*' ZBIOSriDIEIRS — AND — — POR — COMING '.?' HARVEST. IP YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED OUR REDUCED PRICE LIST WRITE US FOR ONE AT ONOE ! FIELD START WITH EVERY \. MACHINE. tM1Hjji.|UJ(CTgrg«a» ^/ «^^«^.'ii^iaioiii3'.i.'L':'.:.»fi^iKviS!S«j;:pl . The 'BUCKEYE' Frameless Binder, l'he LIGHTEST, STRONGEST and '-' ' Simplest BINDER in the market. # Tie 'Buckeye' Banner Binder Unequalled for hill-side work. The 'Buckeye' Mower, EASILY FIRST dND STILL WITHOUT A RIVAL. fi?!^''*- ????'?? ? ? : ' '?? ?' ?'??? -STRIPPERS WINNOWERS — fob— COSV1ING HARVEST. ,, SEND FOR DETAILS OF . ; Extensive Improvements ' With Engraving of our NEW I-AMP WEATHER STRIPPER. ' .ALSO, HOW AUD'S ROYAL PRTZRJBINDRB. ';'..*''' ~ n ' ?*? ^ * : '! WmdmillB, Improved Earth Scoops, Clyde Drainmnker, Prize Hay and Wool presses, &c. Engines; Boilers, ? Tallow Digesters, &c. ? . ?'???? gCATALOGUES FJUSE BY POST. ??: „.....

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ORANGE STOCK REPORT J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

OKANGUi fcJTUOrL UKl'OUT ',.... J. S. Lbbds and Co. i Fat OattU. — Abifiu 114 yardoti. This num ber was much above rtKjuireuients, consequently prices were lower, especially bullocks. Cows Bold for any tiling, yming uud prune. Best beef made 12a to L3a per lOOib. We 8'»ld43 bullocks for Messrs. Rnvvlina and 0o., Waliu Wallah, averujj^'ii £3 6* » 20 cow a for Measra. J. and E. Reudford, Warren, averaging £3 3s ; 20 cows for Mr. P. Walsh, averaging; £2 1O« ; lOstuers ai'td vealeis at £2 oa. Fat tSUei'p — Market dull, and lotrer. Prime twos mude 3d 3d shorn, 5s woolly. Store Sheep.— Market dull. We sold 2300 ewes and wethers for Muasrs. Rawlina und Co., shorn, from 2s to 2a Gd ; 325 agud uwtm for Mr. T. Donovan at 2s 3d. JStore Gattie. — A fair demand for bullocks, fattening ages. Cowa are dull of sale. We sold 460 oumi -for Mr. J. K. JNiincnu, Oak Park, from 22s 6d to 25a ; i.0 mixed cattle for Mr. tteirue, from 12 to 20s. . , Horaea. — Fair demand for good sorts. We sold '?? 21 head ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Successful Mail Tenderers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Successful Mail Tenderers. SYDNEY, Thursday. — The following mail tenders have been -accepted :. — Molong to Warne — G. C.' Harris, £79 per annum. Obley to . Gundouga— ^G. Cooper, £40 per annum. Ptukes to BiilgmVdramine— J. W. Phillips, £90 per yoar.' Parkes -to Trandle —Cobb and Co., L79 10a. Trundle to Dan daloo — Cobb an«l Co., L200 10h. Molong to Garra— J. McLachlan, L28' 10h.

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A. COULSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

A. OOULSON. : Fat Ctttle.— Toi- many yarded »nd prices ware anything but Jinn. Beat beef making 10s per lOOlba. 1 sold— Small draft- for Mr. McG.owan at £4 8s. Fat Sheep.— The inaikot aowtit the same, and anything fat met with a ready sale. 1 aold for Mr. (jallaiilifr, 27 eweu at 7b 8d, 1 ram 13s, 2 lambs at 5s 6d ; Mr. Brady, 98 ewes at os. Store Cattle. — A great nuuitier yarded before a ' good attendance. I sold on account of the Trusteus late G. Andoreou, 20 bullocks Jb'l 16a 6d, 30 £1 1O», 17 £L 5s. ; HorseH. — Vlarket brisker than usual, and those off.red met with a ready sale. I ,s,old ,10 head for various owner* at the following prices : — £6, 44, £5 7s 6d, £5, £3, £2, £l 2», £4 2s and £2 5s. . . . OraagV, 15th Oatober,»1893f . , .

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Official Correspondence. Dr. Robs, M. P., husbanded ui the following — Postal aud Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 13th October, 1893. Sir, — Adverting to your letter, dated the 5th instant, and your interview with tho KrtDfmmitar.iJanai.iil nnntAiiJoM itu«._M iL^l the daily mail service be continued between Borenore and Forbei, via intermediate places* at any rate for twelve months longer to see how it works, and suggesting that the mail between Cunowiudra and Eugowra be abolished, I am directed to ag«iu intimate, that. in view of the revenue derived. from places on the line it is thought that a tri weekly direct mail, and a bi-weekly. mail by indirect routes ought to be sufficient for re quirements— especially as the two. most im portant towns on the line, Cudal and Eugowra, haye telegraph communication. I am, moreover, to point out that in dealing with this matter the Department only arrives at a [decision after taking into con sideration all circumstan...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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SUNDRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

SUNDRY NOTES. ^9ne of the i^aaona to be derived from the late batik crisis is that banks should devJte more of their capital at moderate rates of interest than toil per cent, to farmers for the purpose of ex tending their operations iu the production of wheat, maize, sugar, butter, fruit, wine, and all other country produce. Eight and ten per cent, is too much for farmers to pay ; indeed, I ten per cent, for advances is too much for any I industry to pay. It would bo much butter for E the banks, and the country in general, if the I banker's capital was more advanced to farmers E and stock-owners, than to mining, pastoral and m Jaud property syndicates. If such capital was ' i; thus diffused amongst the largest number of H bona fide workers, the happiness and prosperity H' of the colonies, and the soundness of: fiuancial p institutions would bu greater and mure satis ;,- factory. Mr. Gladstone once said, ' where - dividends and profits are larger than 8 per cent. r he found trade to ...

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

A treat is in store for the good folk of Garra on Thursday evening next, when it is the intention of some of the vocalists con nected with the Molong Wealeyan Church to proceed thither and render that beautiful service of Hong, 'Given in Sharp ; or Little Joy'B ..Mission,' The piece is well worth A heir ing, and we hope the people of Garra will'- v) roll up well and accord the.choristera a bumper house, and at the same. time augment the . funds of their church by a 80,bs,tantiaV Hmounfc.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

? ^2^2i^^ REGISTERED. ^^^^^ SPECTACLES. Before buying Spectacles call and have the Eye thoroughly tested Free, and hbo the famous Specialite SpectucIeH, guaranteed one yenr. Pebbles and Specs from 5s. a pair. Repairs to Spectacles a Speciality ; New Glasses fitted from Is. each. New Frames from Is. 6d. SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS IN STOCK. ? :o: ? ? . . ? ' tSSevSi PATENT MEDICINES. — '? The Cheapest House in Town, call and compare Prices. — Prescriptions accurately dispensed at Sydney Prices. D E NT I°ST R Y . Teeth Carefully Extracted— Adults, 2s. Gd. ; Children, is. 6d. .A.. G-. BLACKADDEB, Chemist and Dentist (opposite. Post Office, Molong). ORDERSJBY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, COLUMBIAN LAND DISTRIBUTION. n THE ONLY AGRICULTURAL PEOPERTY J DISTRIBUTION. 1 Sub-division of the well- known Victoria Estates NAMBUOK- and MELTON PAilK, comprising over 22,000 ucre& of Kich Agricultural L»nd. 250,000 SUBSCRIBERS at £1 EACH. 351 VALUABLE PROPERTIES. NA&tBROlt, 1...

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Lawn Tennis at the Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

?-? ? ? ., ... ? _.._.: ? ? __ ? ??? Lawn Tennis at the Public School. ? ? — ?. ? Appended are tho results of the aetn in the vurioiia nmiuis in the tournament. for a racquet^ presented by. Mr. J. Ncilson : — i ; first round (cuutimiea). | Eric Stoke& v. Ernie tiilland. Won by latter by 4 points.., ? ; Olaude Charters v. Frank Pa'rslow. Won by former by 15 points. Verdie Daly v. Leslie Stockwell. Won by former hy 17. points. Frail Betta v. Frank Parker. Won by -'** f'tef by 17 points. ?, ?. ? :?;.. ?: , : : Albert Clark v. Hiildane Haslam. Won by latter by 17 points. Willie Clinch v. Vincent Haslam. Won by latter by. 17 point*. HKOOND ROUND. Dave Rdbb v. Krnie Gilliuid. Won by latter by 3 points;-' . ? Wallie Hobs v. Frank Parker. Won by former . by 19 rmiuts. ? : . Eru Thomson v. Rod Black. Won by former by 9 points. . : Hugh Stokes v. Claude Charters. Won by latter by 17 points. . Verdie Daly v. HulJuue Haalam. Won by former by 10 points. Vincent Uaslam a bye. THIRD ROUND....

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

ITEMS OF INTEREST. ? ♦ ? Town matters are very qviiet. It is as hard a task to obtain news as it is to collect money. ? To impose a land tux at the present time, Mr. Lyne says, would be ruinous. Please explain 1 A parade of the Molong Volunteer Cotps will be held next Saturday. Messrs. Windred and Co., report having sold, on account of P. Roth, 190 acres of c.p. laud at Garra, for L2 per acre, the purchaser being Mr. H. Reud. The revenue received at the local C.P.S. office for the quarter ended 30th September totalled L255, 3s lid. Mr. John Finn has been gazetted a trustee of the Canowindra common, vice Mr. Robin son, resigned. Only one selection wa3 taken up at. the Molong Lauds office on Thursday— Alfred Ernest Marsh, 140 acres, c.p., county Ash burnhatu, parish Nanimi. At the Nhw' South Walrs Rifle Asso ciation's meeting in Sydney on Wednesday Mr. C. Purker, junr., of Molong, won £1 in the third stage of the Queens match and L2 in the aggregate. ? The monthly meeting of the Molon...

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COMMONS TRUSTEES MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

(COMMONS TRUSTEES M KETIN'J. . After the above meeting the Council Hat as TruateeH of the Commons, No business o{ importance;. wa». transacted. The ( ranger's report was read and received and a small account passed for payment. Alderman Eastnmre drew attention to the fact that several lots of travelling stock made a camp* ini,' gtound at the southern end of Pbillip streel-, neai tiie show ground, to which at times considerable damage was done. He asked (hit the ranger be instructed to see that no travelling Htouk camped there or anywhere within the boundaries of the town in future.

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[BY TELEGRAPH.] BATHURST, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

TbY TELEGRAPH.! ? BATHURST, Friday. Fully 2000 people assembled in the vicinity of the Court-house yesterday, when Glasao.n was put on his trial fur the murder of John William Phillips. . A large quantity of evidence was taken, but it is almost similar to thut given at the inquest. Constable Me^hor, who arrested' the accused at VJowi a, deposed: When I locked ^certie Vilas son up in the cell ac the Cowra lockup, I left John Muir, hotelkoeper, and Stephen .Wright to watch through a small eye opening in the cell door; the prisoner was sitting on his bed and very quiet ; I then opened the wicket in the door which is used for putting in food and looked in ; prisoner then opened ' his eyes and mouth wide and glared at me ; I closed the wicket and continued to watch him; he was again composed and quiet. Miss Stoddart and Miss W'Vicar both fainted whilst giving their evidence. The defence are striving hard to prove Glai son's insanity. Glassou says the murders were ootnmitted by two other ...

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The Care oar Tragedy. THE TRIAL OF BERTIE GLASSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

The Carcoar Tragedy^! I THE TRIAL OP BERTIE GLASSON.' ' rProm the Free Pkess.1 The trial of Edwin Hubert Glasaon, accused of the murder of John William Phillips, commenoed on Thursday morning at the Bathurst Circuit ' Oourt, before his Honor, Sir George L. Innes. In order to avoid any demonstration the goal authorities had arranged to hare, the, prisoner brought to the court Boon after 8 o'clock. The orison van was closely guarded aud drove rapidly into the oourt house yard, and the. prisoner, who ? was leg-ironed, was escorted to the cell. The prisoner appeared calm and collected. At the front of the court house a scene of aotivity and excitement was witnessed, and long before 9 o'clock a orowd gathered and by half past a thousand or more were around the gate. The Sheriff, Mr.Ohas. Oowper, anticipating the need of additional authority in the management of affairs, himself came to Bathurst on the previous day, and acting in concert with Mr. Superintendent Sanderson and hia efficient...

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Local Commercial intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Local Commercialilntelllgence. Thb following ara the wholesale quot»tion»:~. ??-. i X »& ,,.£....Sj d Fowls, per pair.. .... ... Ol ,$ to 0 2 6 Turkeys, per [mir . ..;.. ,..-.. 0; 2 6 0 4:6 Geese, per pair.. «.., ... .0 - S..0 0- .2 , 6 Ducki), per (i»ir:. ? O; 55. 0 0,. '1 6 Eggs, per do/Aii .'..? '?. ... 0 0 ' 4 0 , 0 6 Frc-ah Butter, per lb;.. ' ..: 0 0 4 0 0 7 Ohaeao, uarlb... ' '..;.'',., .il' '0 0 4 0 0 6 JBaoon, per lb'.;. ''? ... ^.; 0 0 9 0 0 10 Honey, per lb... .:. i' ..: :; 0 0 3 0 0 0 PoUtoea. per ton. ;.. ;:..v';5T'O 0 5 10 0 Wheat, pt-r buuiiel .V.' : : : V..' 030 0» 3 Maiz.-, per l»u*liel,i!...- ; ... 0 t 10 U 3 0 Oats, per l)U8Ufl,;feeti;^;.i 03 0 0 3 3 Ohaff, per to-u;. . ..; «.:- 3 O 0 .00 C Hay, per ton .u v.v ..i; 2 0 O 0,0 0 Pollard, per. ton .,....? r... t 3 0 ,0 3,10 ,0: Bm«, per ton..- :- v^ ; ... .3 -0 0 3 10 ;0

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Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Calendar For Next Week. 8UN. MOON. Rides. Sots. Ui.ie». Sets a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. Sunday 5 12 6 L7 3 12 3 12 Monday 5 10 6 18 4 17 3 40 Tues.iny 5 9 6 l!- 5 24 4 10 Wednesday 5 8 6 20 6 35 4 39: Thurnday 5 7 6 2L 7 49 5 13 Friday 5 6 -6 22 ? ? 9 6 5 50 Saturday 5 6 6 23 10 J9 6 37 Moim's JPhase. : . Full moon, 25th Jctobor, at 5.33 a.m.

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Molong Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

. Moiong Racing Olub. A general meeting of .the members of the above was held at Millgate's Koynl Hotel on Wednesday evening, when only a small number put in an appearance. The chair whs occupied by Mr. . J. M'Groder (vice president). The treasurer's balance-sheet showed that after all expenses in connection with the holding of tha first meeting had been paid, the club had a credit balance of L22 8s lOd in the bank. The Chairman, iu speaking on the adoption of the report, ettid that he considered it a most satisfactory result and complimented the club upon the great success of its G rat meeting. He also highly eulogised the hon. secretary (Mr. W. J. Windred) for. the time and energy he had devoted to the club, and remarked that it was -principally through him that the meet ing had proved such a grand success — for a grand success it wus, when they took into confederation the fact that it was. held at a time when the bunks had just closed, and ; when the effects of the depression iwe...

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

CAUTION. ANY, Person or Person? found Trespassing in the Larras Lake or Eurimbla Paddocks will be prosecuted. - .; : JAMES LEE. Tenders, 'TENDERS are invited, and will be received up 1 to MONDAY, 30th October, for PLAS 1'ERINQ; the Male Ward of the Molong Hospital. Specifications and any information required can be obtained from the undersigDoi^to whom tenders must be^fprwarded. . ' W. 0. BEAD, Secretary. MOLONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL APPLICATIONS ?. . ' ? .? abb ? .'.'.' .. ? hereby invited from. persons. ' ???' willing to ? ' Perform the Duties ; ..pf Dayman. Applicant to provide Horse and D ray, to be ap ' proved of by the Council arid to state the price ? . :per week.| ? : ,'.V ::-:?-) ??'-)?! ?:??-'. A18.'5*. .-.?, .' ;-:'.- . .:'i'' .?'? '? ? ? ?'? V FOR THE-DUTI1S OF ^ Inspector of Nuisances. All applications must be lodged .at the Council Chambers by TUESDAY, the 31st instant. D. M. McCALLUM, \' '' * .'Council Clerk. ' Town Hall, Molong, ; ? [18(h October, 1893. ; u i\.:,., ,,n: ...

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

; ; Thanks, WILLIAM SHAPL AND |and Son desire to thank the many friends and neighbours who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereave ment, and also those who so kindly sent wreaths, and gave every possible aid, and ask them to accept : this, grateful acknowledgment of their kindness. ?

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Mining at Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Mining at Cargo. ?^ ? - : TflROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.! At last we. have, lost Mr. W. Dunn and Son. «n I, I believe,, they have gone for good, aa it is their intention to dispose of their valuable'. I rjuerties by private tender. The above gentlemen have resided here for some, time, and own the . ' Three Cheers,' ' Iron Clad,' and ' Golden Clad ' mines, on all of which is erected some splendid machinery. In the hands of practical miners, the above are real good properties, too good in fact to be allowed to remaiu idle in the. present state of the labour market. At a Warden's Coiitt held a short time liack, permission was given to, Mr. Dunn to work the mines with only 16 men, which was a cruel injustice to the miners of this place, for there is pleuty of work to keep hundreds employed, let alone 16, Messrs. Dunn have, now goue away and have left their properties iu charge of ihree care takers, who ate not working them. There is no wonder so trany miners are idle here, wben hundreds of l...

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Death of Mrs. Shapland. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 October 1893

Death of Mrs. Shapland. It is with regret we chronicle the sad news of the death of Mis. VV. Shapland, which took place at about oue o'clock last Friday, at her residence, Bob's Creek. Mrs. Shnpland, who was held in high esteem by all who had the pleasure of. her acquaintance, had been a great sufferer fot on and off two years. Somewhere about that time buck she was bed-ridden through a cancer in the right breast, and ; after undergoing an operation and having it removed, uhe became con valescent, though uhe never regained the streugth she possessed before the illness. After a few months had elapsed another cancer appeared a little above where the firm one was removed, and the unfortunate lady underwent a second operation, this time tit the Molong Hospital. Though the operation was successfully performed, Mrs. Sliaplaud never thoroughly recovered, and, in spite of everything that medical nkill could do und the careful and almost uutiring attention «f fond friends, continued to linge...

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