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GLASSON SPEAKS WITH HIS WIFE AND BROTHERS-IN-LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

GLASSON SPEAKS WITH HIS WIFE AND BROTHERS-IN-LAW. Bathukst, Tuesday.— Glasson, who is now in the condemned cell in the Bathurst gaol, is being attended by the Rev. Dean Marriott. The prisoner was' allowed an interview with his wit'e.on Sunday, when the scene in the cell was a painfully sad one. Glasson sobbed arid cried hysterjcally, and all his former calmivess had ;deserted him. Mrs. Glasson assured him of her belief in his innocence, and he grew more. com- posed and hopeful afterwards. She declared ner intention ot taking every means to en deavour to secure a commution of the death - sentence on the ground of insanity. Mrs. Glasson left' on Monday morning with the object of taking, steps to bring. the matter before the Executive. The prisoner's brothers-in-law, were : also allowed to see him, previous to their lei v- inc town on Sunday. The condemned man fully believeB that his wife will be successful, and is now much calmer. : ?''

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Local Commercial lntelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Local Commercial&Intelligence. Thh following are the wholesale quotations : — £ a d £ a d Fowls, per pair.. ... ... 0 2 0 to 0 2 6 Turkeys, per pair ... ...0 3 6 O 6 0 Geese, per pair.. ... ? ??... 0 2 0 02 6 Ducks, per pair ? 0 2 0 0 2 6 Eggs, per dozen ? 0 0 5 0 0 7 Frt^h Butter, per lb ? 0 0 5 0 0 ,7 Cheese, per lb ? 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb ? ., 0 0 9 0 0 10 Honey, per lb ? ' 0 0 3,00 0 ^otatoes, per ton ? ,5 0 0 5 10 0 Wheat, per bushel ../'... 0 3 0 0 3 3 Maize, per bushel, ? 0 2 10 0 3 0 Oats, per bushel, feed. ... 0 3 003 3 Chaff, per ton ? 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ? 2 0 0 0 0 0 Pollard, per ton ? 3 0 0 3 10 0 Bran, per ton ? 3 0 0 3 10 0

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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AN IMPRESSIVE, SCENE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

'AN IMPRESSIVE, SCENE- INiQOURT.; ., ? ; Bathuest, Monday. — :When i the .sentence ?? of ? death was passed upon Glasson on Saturday, he sank to his seat, and his lips were- seen to move,, while his right hand covere.d hip, forehead. Many, of the women in. the court were 'deeply affected by the solemn proceedings, and when1, the jury brought in their verdict a painful1 scene oc curred. Mr. Frank Glasson, a cripple and a relativa to the prisoner, fell from his seat on the jury benches with ,, a moan.-. ' For a little time he lav on the floor eroaninc and weeninor piteously, and then he was lifted up and re moved'from the court. Outside he flung him self down on the court steps ' and again gave ' vent to paroxysm of grief. . The Judga ordered the galleries of the court to be cleared, and spoke rather severely on the morbid curiosity shown by those present. . When the court was emptied of all those who had busi ness there, Glasson was removed to his cell. Here he was allowed an intervi...

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ORANGE STOCK REPORT W. N. NOULDER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

OltANUE STOCK REVO LIT W. K. NoCLDER. ' ' Fat Cattle. — About 110 yarded, being more than market required. . Market held firm, and there was a alight improvement all. round. Cows sold-to £3 10; bullocks: to £G. ??; I '.sold; privately for Mr. George Peak, 34 bull ocks and 6 cows at satisfactory figure; and through Sydney (gents at Homubuah, 30 bullocks fur same owner. . . v Store Cattle.— A big. supply yarded, prlrici-7 pally Queenslanders. There was a gnud demand,., and on the whole, prices weie satisfactory... t; sold fiir Mr. Marsh, Blayuey, 105 8te«rs to£L 1» 6d, 22 heifers to .15s ; for M. Mallon, 2 cows to £2 16s 6d. . . . ; Fat Sheep. — Market firm. I sold for Mr. M. Muehan, Dripstone, 106 wethers at6s2d ; shorn wethers made 3s 9d, ewes 3s Eld. Horses. - Good demand for upstanding sorts, others dull. 1 sold for. various owners 4 head to , £5 18s; and privately, for Mr. Jas. Glazier 1 at £27 10s, 1 at £8, do. £8 ,4s ; and for Mr. W. 0. Addisou, .2 head at £6. ,

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J. S. LEEDS AND Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

J. S. Lbhds and Co. , Fat Cattle.— 120 yarded. Although the supply whs large the market held firm at last ; week'a prices, best beef making 12s to 13s per 100 lbs. We sold — 48 cows for Messrs. Gatenby and Co., Jemaloiig averaging £2 12s 3d; 23 . yearlings at £1 '8s; 20 steers at £ I 6s lOd ; 15 fat .calves at 16s ; 12 steers for Messrs. Rawlinge , and Co.;'Walla ' Wallah, at £3 4s 4d ; '9 heifers for same owners at £2 5s 9d. Fat Sheep.— 600 yarded. ' The market was firm for prime quality. We sold — 175 shorn wethers for Messis. Rawlius and Co., ut 3s 9d ; 187 ewes for same owners at 3s 5ili Store Sheep. — Market dull. Wethers are it* fair demand. We sold 200 aged ewes for Mr. T. Brcwn, Canowindra, at 2s 6d. Store Cattle. — Fair demand , for bullocks of fattening ages. We sold — 800 bows for Mr. J. Brjad, Mount Hutton, at 20s, and 200' culls;. also 50 mixed cuttle for Messrs. Gatenby and Co., at 20s to 2os. Horses. — Market rather dull. We sold 14 head. for Mesars. Williams, Offner,...

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Manildra Mems. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Manildra Mems. ? » ? _ FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. The weather still continues hot and dry, with cold nights, some of them getting very clone to a frost. The crops on the whole are thin, and allow the need of raiu and that speedily. On Saturday the cricket club opened the section with a match against Cumuook. Unfor tunately, jthe visitors could only bring portion of their own team, aud had to pick up two in Molong and the rent at Manildra. Cumnock weut to the wickets drat aud put together the respectable score of 110 runs before they were disposed of— Messrs. Howard, Bridekirk, aud Allen getting into double figures. In the first innings of Mamldra, E. Eaaon, Chalmers, W. Cole, aud Fleeting were the most fortunate, all getting into the doubles, the iunin«s closing for 24 runs behind Cumnock's. With just over an hour to play, Cumnock again faced the bowling, aud only for the splendid batting of Mr. Howard there would have been time to finish ; but as it was, time was called before any of ...

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The carcoar Tragedy. COUNSELS' ADDRESSES THE SUMMING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

IpTfe^^Poar^ tragedy. ';v: ' Vv ' -.?':? -r* ? ?? ? ♦ ? — r '?$'drtl! ''COUNSELS' ADDRESSES; ; ' :V/t-fT, -(OH : i : ? : I.. ? ?'? ? r-rr-r—i ?:,..? ?:?'-:?? ??» ;ifii!oii:i; t.n.:- -.[From the FrbePressiI v . ' ' s1' ^^EN(Mr. Want' commenced ins'- address' a lS liiitfe1' after 10' o'ciock^'on .SdturHay,' there 'Bl -wit's0 a' pairlful ' silence in' trie pour:, '^'V1 iHd' ' ' the greatest; '''attention' (|wa3 fH!'pB'id' ' 16 ' hi'tn1.' The' prisoner, who ;'™' ^apjiearbd to suffer from boAsidariilile agitation, '''placed his fr-6ad on his hands add ' remained iu ]iiv^^.t^iM%iii&!r- ?''' ' ' ??''? : vi\ ,'' jlr,' Want' evidently felt the great . respon-, ','' siWlity which rested, upon him, and in his. kill).! ill:.!. V-:- .? .:? '.i ?,'',.??; L j'n opening remarks he said that it was hard tor 4 the outside public or the jury to understand £,' the responsibility'which rested upon a cpurseof u conducting such a case as this, where the life 'of a 'fellow creature wag, as it were,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

The penny-in-the-ilot-gas-meter is coming into use in South London. A penny dropped in the meter secures a supply of 27ft. of gas. Thin will maintain ono burner for six hours. A stove is supplied which will cook a diunor at a ooit of a penny an hour. %Another deadlock haa occurred in the Mel bourne wool trade owing to buyers resenting the action ' of selling brokers in having crossed cheques marked by thejmnka before delivering wool.- ? .:j ,,;,- ,- .;.....-.:,:.'-.' - i:, ; ;

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Multum in Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Multum in Parvo. ^ ? _ m The Orntuje Council have decided tondvortita - I for tendura for » loan of £6000. »t 6 pur cunt. I The LegrsUtive Asuembly on Weilne»«iay I ni({ht pjisaeti a bill providing that a lueiuij aiitu I in n K-i-nl cabo shall nut be required to pi'f tht»- H costs cf more than ouo burrister. M The new mail contracts for next year amount ? to £2,1,750, biiii»» a saving of £2,6000 on those 1 of laat year. ? Hundreds of men are said to be walking aboufe I the Albiuy dissirjci iu u slurviiiy and duuperata ? condiiiun. . e Ha.rvuarin^ has coinmenced in the Nyngan ? district, and tho crops aru of an excepti'-al -]ual- H ity, many being computed to yield over 3 ions ? of hay to the acre. ' : H The minimum for daily travelling exponaea of H Adelaiiio Civil Servants has been raised by tho ? S.A. GoveriHiient, ftoeu 5a to 7a. M A caravan of bulloclt teams with goods from m Grafton is now nepr nr.oiiyh to Armidale to- H roach that town ou Thursday. The railway; H loaej about ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

Important Notice. ALL STOCK found TRESPASSING on my, OCCCPAflOJf LICENSE LAND after this' date, will be Impounded, without respect to per.; __ eons-. ? ? ? FRASEIt E. CHURCHILL. Bryuaedura, October 25, 1893. -i Notice. ['I -m - - . . t, 1 1 1 UNLESS JOHN M'CALL remotes a Tin Trunk, - ; left at my place some seven months ago, the Wy same will bo sold fourteen days from date of tlua^J' notice, to defray expenses. i,, ELIZABETH EWENS. , x 27th October, 1893. ' , School of Arts, Molong. Tuesday, 7th November. ThatiSoul-stirring Cantata, entitled 'Given in Charge ; or Little Joy's Mission,' ; Will be rendered in connection wtth THE WESLEYAH SUNDAY_SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. A Splendid Choir. CHORUS of 30 to 50 voices will take charge of the . Musical portion. commence at 8 o'clock. , ,! ADMISSION^?., and Is. '- ®° .EVERYBODY COME. ; British and Foreign Bible j Society. THW ANNUAL MBICTING of the Molo»R '\ Branch of tlio »bove will bo held in School of,. Art*, on MONDAY NEXT, October 30, at 8 p....

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THE SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

THE SENTENCE. : ' ? Amidst deathlike silence his Honor then, pro- ceeded to ? pass sentence of death upon the prisoner. He said : Edwin Hubert ? Glasson : I feel this case requires no comment from me, 'and do hot. think I'would be justified in prolonging the terrible experience through which you: and all of us have passed during the last three days. I don't think that any beneficial public purpose would be served by uttering any word of com ment on' the facts. They ' speak ' trumpet-'' toriuued for ; themselves, and I see no escape'1 fronv concurrence in the verdict of the' jury by every right-minded and reasonable man who-has' heard the evidence. You say your conscience is clear before God. I now ask you and irh ploro you to 'throw yourself before that Throne and sue for pardon, for he is a God' of infinite, wisdom and 'infinite mercy. I would not be justified in holding out one hope that the sen-; teuce of the law will not be 'carried' out.'. A'£ I' said: to the jury, it would not...

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Cricket. MOLONG C.C. V. LARRAS LAKE C.C [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

? '?- Cricket: MOLONG G:C. V. L ARRAS LAKE O.O. ! The first cricket match of tho season, as far as Molori'giis concerned, eventuated last Saturday afternoon, when the looal club met a team from L&rrM Lake. The weather was beautiful, and the wicket good, so there was nothing for participants in the sport to cavil at beyond the the wretched state of the field through the long grass, whioh th&re grows, so abundantly. More thau ' one expressed themselves hi terms any thing: but complimentary of the action of the trustees-in not making some arrangements to put- the ground in proper order. A sum of money is annually received by the trustees for effecting improvements to the ground, and the amount, reoeived this year has lately been er pended:iu erecting ailfrtt^h paling fence along the western boundary of the reserve. Though it was generally admitted that the fence is fairly substantial hitd, of course, an improvement on the old one, the general opinion was thai there was ...

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THE VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

; THE VERDICT. . * At 10 minutes past four the jury returned with a verdiot of 'Guilty.' On being asked if he had anything to say why sentence of death should not be passed upon him, he stood up aud in a trembling voice said : I have only this to say (sob). Although the jury have acted according to their consciences and the best they could from the evidence brought, before them. I have made my peace with God, and as true as my God is my Maker my con-' science is clear of the terrible crime of which I' have been found guilty, as that of any man who' has trod this earth.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

ITEMS OF INTEREST. The parade of the Molong Volunteer Corps set down for this (S&iuidty) afternoon baa been cancelled, aud will be held next Satur day, when the company will fall iu on the parade ground at half-past two. During the three days of the trial of Glas ?on in Bathurst, 39,000 word* of the pro ceedings were despatched to the Sydney press. An important alteration has been made by the Postmaster-General iu the time-table relating to the Moloug-Fotbes math*. The contractors' train which hitherto left Molong at 8a.m., nowdepnrts daily at 7.30 u.ni., arriv ing at Parkesat 10. 45 a.m., and at Forbes at 1 % noon. The train leaves Forbes on the return journey at 12.30 p.m., departs fioiu Purlces at 1.50 p.m., aud arrives at Molong at 5.30 r . A great deal of sickness, in prevalent in town just now. Mr, E. J. Hamey has a Hue young lad, about 12 years of'at-e, down with typhoid fever ; several member* of different families are bed ridden through measles, ?while ? great many ...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

TORICSOFTHEWEEK. ? — ♦ ? . It is clear that railway freights will soon be a burning question. 'J'hero is ample evi dence that commercial interests are being injured and progress stayed through the high rates now ruling. The steps taken by (he business people and producers along parts of the northern line in engaging teams to con vey their eoods from one centre to another, and the suspension of the Teuterfield meat works are eure indications that in the not far distant future the question of freights on the. different railway lines of the colony is one that will engage great consideration. People must not, however, believe all that they see, even in print, on tke subject. The report about the value of 30 .tons of potatoes, sent from Goulburii: to Sydney, only a few days ago, having been absorbed in railway freights, is apocryphal on the f tee of it. The freight of the 30 tons would be. £11 5s, and,, as prices have tuled lately, the potatoes, could not well, have been sold for less th...

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A Pleasant Evening at Garra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

A Pleasant Evening at Garra. Thkbe was a large gathering at the Wesle- I yitii Church, Gat-fa, to hear the service of I song, entitled ' Liltle Joy's Mission.' Some I 20 singers took' part, and most intense in- I tereat was taken iu the cantata from begin- I niug to end. '1 he choir did their part well, I indeed, aud the rending of the narrative by ' I the Rev. D. A. Gilsenan was clear and dis- I tinct and thoroughly appreciated by thelarue I audience. So geuuinelv inteiested was M everybody in the building, that during the I two hours of rendition profound silence was I uiaintuincd, aud the. moisture of many an I eye, and also the fact that a pin might al- I moat have been heard drop, indicated the I very grett interest and attention of all pre- I sent. As may be seen by our advertising I columus, the same cantata will be given in I Molong on Tuesday, November 7th. It will I be rendered liero in (ho interests of the Wes- I leyitn Sunday School, aiid a much .larger I nu in tier of y...

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A Railway Matter. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

A Railway Matter. \ Wb are indebted to Dr. Ross, M.P., for the following interesting official corres pondence:— ' --v. '.;)?» Government Railways of N.S.'i'«raIes, 'J 24th October, 1893/ Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge re- . ceipt of your letter of the 19th instant, nnvarinir -in« frnni the Council Clerk ' Molonj;, iu which he asks that arrangements I lie uiade for trains to be delayed «t Molong I for a longer period than ten minutes to I enable pawsengera to obtain refreshment^ I and iu reply to inform you that the Com- I missioneis have been pleased to approve of I the time being extended to twenty minutes : I on the up ami down journey. I 1 have the honor, -tc, I H. H. McLachlan, I Secretary. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

TUe Mutual Life Insurance Company ot' .New York in, as atatistical retuins piove, the largest institution of the kind in the wot Id. To mark the completion of its first half century's business it has introduced new ttnd desirable forms of. life and investment policies, which are beins extensively issued. As will be seen by advertisement in another column, this Company is prepared to appoint a fitst clans local agent for Molong and flurroundfng district ; and applications for the. position ? oan'be forwai'ded to Z. C. Rpnniej Geperal . Manager, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney.* i Pride of the West Lodge, i.O.O.F.,M.U. unAiU oUuIAL, PLAIN AMD FANCY DHESS, . : Will be held in the Schpol of Arts, Molong, ? . ?? ON; . ' ' Thursday, November 9; Dopblb TroKET, 73. fid. ; Gbntlbmkn's Tick'bt, ? '5a. ;, Ladv's Ticket,, 3s.( 6d. , = ' .: , . ??,?„; ? A. ^ASKKiV ?' r ?? ! I lJon C. H. H0LLA1TD' f Sees. , PRELIVlIX^liY ;?; NOTIGEJ MOL0NG |I|nG CLUB. L BACE MEETING '?': Undor the auspices of the. above ...

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SUNDRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

SUNDRY NOTES. Sir Robert StoHb oa.fem.ale. suffrage i^My. opinion is that feuiala suffrage is bound to J|me. C^gourse I have never diaguiaed this — th&J-£ should prefer female suffrage to. come gradually. I suid so far back as 1878 en the Electoral Bill. This was the first time the question was ever raised in the House. Female suffrage, like other reforms, should have to come gradually. I would have given women, iu addition to the nauni ? cipal franchise, the right to vote on school I committees, or licensing quewtions which 1 aflecfc the social well-being of the people, and I then full political suffrage afterwards. I I believe that a process of slow reform like I that, which would have an educating effect, I is the best way to get all permanent reforms. I However, I citnnot see any logical ground I for refusing women the suffruge, therefore I I support; it ut ouc«v If you admit the equality I of the sexes as regards right to exercise elec I toral privileges, they are entit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 October 1893

^gwg£-»»~,., TRA^E MARK ^gg^^^^j^^^s^. : r {. ^*i^Si*-^ RECJ3TEHEO. ^^^^JS*^ ' '? SPECTACLES. Before buying Spectacles call and have the Eye thoroughly tested Free, and see the famous Specialite Spectacles, guaranteed one yeur. Pebble Spectacles, 3s 6d, and Specs from 5s. a pair. Repairs to Spectacles a Speciality ; New Glasses fitted from Is! each, New : . Frames from Is. (3d. ?. - -SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS IN STOCK. . PATENT~MEDICII\!ES. — The Cheapest House- in Town, call and compare Prices.; \.r Prescriptions accurately dispensed at Sydney Prices. D ENTISTRY. Teeth Carefully Extracted— Adults, 2s. 6d. ; Children, js. 6d. Chemist and Dentist (opposite Post Office, Molong). ORDERS BY POST P^MPTLY ATTENDED TO. 'THE BORGON' ; . . Are used in some of the Largest Australasian Sheds, amongst them the following : — Machines. Machines. THO8..,EOOLS & 00., Bttrkawang, N.S.YV. 88 EDWARD INGRAM, Book Book, N.S.W.... 16 (Tlie Largest Shed in the Colonies). Wir. BOOTHS, Mu...

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