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Horrible Child Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

'i[orribie Child Murder Melbourne, Monday. — A man j named Fletcher, a resident of (5ee- ^ lono;, to-day took hold of his four year-old-child, who would not stop crying and beat its head against a wall, till dead, in sight of its mother. ? ; ?'.- ? . ' ? ? . ? i

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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APPLICATION TO PURCHASE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

APPLICATION TO PURCHASE LAND. Mr. Fergus Jago Smith has made appli cation to purchase, under the 66th section of the Crown Lands Act of 1884, the portion of land hereunder described :— 15 acres, county Ashburuham, parish Boree Nyrang, situated between portions Nos. 11, 71, 145, and 110. Persons interested are invited tostnte, within one month from the 24th October, their objections to the proposed alienation.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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POSTAL INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

POSTAL INFORMATIdN Mails close aL tlie ifolong Post Office. as under - Sydney, ' Colonial, Intercolonial, &c , daily (Sim day, excepted), 5.45 p.m ; Lebtors with a Lite fee of 2d. may be posted till 6 p m - Garra, daily (Sunday excepted) at 7 30 a m. ? 1(l Manildra, Meranbui-n, Porcupine Gap, J3umben^M Bindogiindra-, Kanandra P irkes, Forbes, 1111.1 Conclobolin, dailj (buuday exoepted)at »5.45' a.m. ; with a late feu ot 2d uilll7 am' \' ' ' ' Cumnock, Yeoval, Obley, Tuoad iy,( Tluii'sdayj) and 3 . Saturday, at 7.30 a in , . , ,,, . ,, Dilga, Tuesday and. Saturday,, 7(30 a m ^ / , 1 Oundumbu), Tuesday and 'Saturday, afc'7'30 a.m ' Boomey and Warrie, Tuesd.iy, Tliursdav,' and Sa/-1 , ui'day at 7.30 a.m. ; Letters with a late fee''ot i 2d. niay be posted till 8 p.m. t'i 'c fiii- ! '..??'. i' 1 . - 1 ' 1 ?- Mails arrive at the Post Ollice, Vfolong, and^iij, eady 'for delivery as juiidor . — ' , ' ? '' ' Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, &c, daily Sim - day excepted) at 9 ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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RESERVE FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

RESERVE FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY. ' The following portion of land has been re served from sale for water supply : — '????'?' Land District of Molonq. Within the population area of Molong, pro ''! claimed 22nd February, 1890. No. 18,851. County of Wellington, parish of Copper Hill, containing an alea of 8 'acres 0 roods 7 perches. The Crown landH within the boundaries of measured portion 130. A diminutive lawyer appearing as a wit neBS in one of the courts, was aske d by a gigantic counsellor what profession he was of, and having replied that he whs an attorney, -—'; You a lawyer 1' said Brief; 'why, I could put you in my pocket.' — 'Very likely you-may,' rejoined the other ; ?? and if yon do, you will have more law in your pocket than ever you had in your head.' |

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV: JESSE MAYO, Paster. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

? : -BAPTIST. OHCTROH. ' ! -A ' '^ Rev.' Jesse1 Mayo,. 'Pastor; '-i ;, .' ; FiRsor Sunday bach- MdNTff.-'— Mani'ldra, 1.1 a.m., Pastou. Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor. ; 7-30 p.m.,' Mr. A. Waldock. Gregra, 7-30 p.m., Pastor., . , . . . . . ! ??'; 'j.v ' Second Sunday. — Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Garra, 3 p.m , Mr. W. Hyland ; 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Gresjra, 3 p.m., Pasior. Third Sunday . — iUanildra, 3 p.m., Paster.. Garra, 3 and 7i30 p.m., ' Alr.J.D. Ball; . Gregi;., 7.30 p.m., Pastor. ' , FoaRTH kjUNDiY.— G'arra,: 3 '''pirn'., Pastoi'';' 7.30 p.m., Mr. H. Edwards. Man;.ldra,-'7!30i: p.m., Pastor. Gregra, 7.30 p.m., Mr. G: Wi, Griffith. . . . ? : ? ,-;. 'yi-.l Fifth Sunday (when it occurs).— Manildr?,1: 11 a.m., Pastor. Gregra, , 3 p.m., Pastor. Garra, 3 p. m. , Mr. W. Strang'hheii ; 7.30 p.m:. \ Pastor. , , j ' ',

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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LAND NOTES. NOTIFICATION OF PROROSED ALIGNMENT OF STREETS—MUNICIPALITY OF CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

- .?;?£?:,;? ?= LAND NOTESr ? ; /?: '? NOTIFICATION OF PROROSED ALTGN .f/'V '? MENT OF STREETS— MUNICIPALITY 'V* v-;OF0UDAL. It is prppoaed to align the undermentioned BbjrtQtg,. under the provisions of the 128th . '? , clause of Act 31, Victoiia No. 12. Should any person desire to object to the action pro ', posed to be taken, it is requested that ob jeotion be made in writing and forwarded to the Minister for Lands within one month ' : ', from the 27th October, 1893. - ? '. , . Plan of the streets in question may be in spected at the Municipal Council Chambers , . . , ' at Cudal. Boree-street, from Bowan-street to Boun dary-street. Boundary. street, from Long ??? ? street to Boree Greek. Bridge-street, from Brown-street to Long-street. Bridge street, from Brown-street to Boree Creek.' Btbwu street, from South street to Main street. ? « : ' Cargo-street, from Creek-street to Long Btreet. Creek-street, from Boree Creek to ,.';? .?: Boundary-street. Cross-street, from Bridge ? '; str...

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

St. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC OHUROH. Molong — 1st Sunday of every inoiitli. j Cargo — 2nd. . Sunday. uf every month/ ? Oudal— 3rd. Sunday; of every, moiith.r)!, j Cumnock— 4th Sunday of ey^ry^iuon.fcb.: 7/ j Manildra— 5'tli Suiuray.^^iu^tjiBi^nbiitli-jv.'^.wLri^ : occur riii ?»)'..-. - :...',| :' ; ,..:;'.| ; '

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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PROPOSAL TO ADD ROADS TO CONDITIONAL PURCHASES, IN LIEU OF LAND RESUMED FOR, NEW ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

PROPOSAL TO ADD ROADS TO CON' DITIONAL PURCHASES, IN LIED' OF LAND RESUMED JFOR NEW ROADS. It is proposed, under the provisions of the 42nd clause, of the Crown Lands Act of 1889, to add to the conditional purchases below mentioned the land described, in lieu of land' resumed for the opening of new roads. Any person desiring tor lodge ohjec tions should forward the same, before the expiration of one month from 4th October to the Chairman of the Local. Land -Board, at ? . Orange where further particulars of : tue roads may be obtained. .iWilliam / Williams^ 2 : acres.. .!2 .Lroods 30 perches j County of Ash burnham, parish of D.uliaderry. Boundary road 1 chaiti wide, partly separating portions Nbs. ,21 and 29 (to be added to c.p. 73-11540,;;Moloi]s;). : William Williams, 1 acre 3 roods ; county ' of Aahburnhaoi, parish .Dulla-lerrv. : Part of reserved road 1 chain wide, starting from the south-east corner of portion No. 76 ; thence running north-westerly to -me-'t the railway line (t...

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SUNDAY SERVICES. ST. JOHN'S(ANGLICAN CHURCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

SUNDAY SlfillVfCES. . .. Si1. J p. un's (An.glioan Chukoh.) Molong— Every Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 9.30 a.m., and 3 p.m. Country Churches. First Sunday each month— Wa'rn'e, . 11 a.m. ; 1 Beri, 3 p.m. ; Garra, 3 p.m., Bible ami Catechism, 4.15 p.m. ; Gatombala (lay Ber vice) 3 -p. in. Second Sunday— Yullundry, 11 a.m. ; Cumuook 3 p;' m. j Amaroo, 3 p.m. ; Catechism, &c. ?4 15 p.m. j Third Sunday— VVarne, 11 a.m. ; Beri, 3 p.m. 1 Catechism, &c, 4.15 p.m. ? Garra, 3 p.m. { Fourth Sunday— Yullundry, 11 am. ; Oum.nock 3 . p'.'in.j Garra (lay service) -3 p.m., Cate- j chiam,.&c, 4.15.p.m. ; Amaroo, 3 p.m. | Quarterly— O.abombals, 11 a.m. ; Curauock, o\ p.m., Holy Communion, 4.15 p m. j . Holy Com liiuiiioii at Moloug, first /Sunday m ; the month (ab obher churches as pro-announced). Baptisms— Monday ftii'd Wednesday, 4 o'clock, of which due m-tice is requisite. ^ One of the-clni-!-y will always attend morning Sunday School in Molong,. and Mr. -B...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

GH URC (4 SERVICES. ' ? ?; ??— : ? *? ? ?? ; ? . ????:. I: Appended are the church appointments, in con; nection with the local Wesleyan Ohurch, for to morrow and the 'following Sunday :— Molong, 11 a.m. — Mr. G. Anderson. Molong, 7.30 p.m.— Mr. E. Baker Garra; 3 p. m. — Mr.G. Anderson Oudal, 7..3Q p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan ? Red Hill, 11 a.m. -Mr. Walter Baker Oumiiock, 3 p.m. — Mr. E. Baker Barragan, 3 p. in. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan Cargo, 11 a.m. — Rev. £-. A. Gilaenan Lock wood, 1.30 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan November 12. Molong, 11 a.m. — Mr. F. O. Stevens ' Molong, 7,30 p.m.— Rhv. D. A. Gilsenan Garra, 3 p.m. — Mr. F. O.Stevens Garra, 7 p.m. — Mr. Albert Baker Meranburn, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan Oudal, 7.30 p.m.— Mr. W. Shield Red Hill, 11 a.m. Rev. D. A: Gilsonan Shades, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Morris

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Mall Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Mall lenders. The following local mail tenders have l-een accepted and gazetted : — Orangp, German's Hill, Cave Creek, Cargo, and Cauowindra, three times a week — Jas. H. Marshall, of Canowindra, coach, 2 hoiHex, 3 years, £94 10s per annum. Canowindra and Eugowra, twice a week — John A. Coghlan, of Canowindra, 2 or 4 wheeled vehicle as requite 1, 3 years, £64 per annum. Mmga and Buraberry, once a week — Wil- liam Hall, of Murga, 3 years, £50 per annum. Molong, Boomey, and Warne, three times & week — Geo. C. Harris, of Molong, bugg- , 1 hotse, 3 years, £79 per annum. Mullion Creek, Belgravia, and Khu-.a roobie, twice a week— John Smith, of Mul lion Creek, horseback, 1 year, £27. , . ' Wellington, Yeoval, Balderodgery, Mount Aubrey, and Parkes, twice a week — Anthony G. Morley, of Yeoval, waggonette, 2. horses, 3 years, £179 15s 7d per aunum. V Cumnock, Eurimbla, and Cundurabnl, via Main, Road, twice a week — To be readver tised.

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Parliamentary. The following questions were asked and answered as under in the Assembly on Thursday last : — VILLAGE SETTLEMENT AT CARGO. Dr. Ross asked the Secretary for Lands, — Is it his intention to take any steps for set ting apart any portion of tbe gold-tield reserve at Cargo, in tne county of Ashburn harn, for establishing a village settlement ; if so, will he state what, or if any, steps have been taken in the matter? Mr. Copeland answered, — No such pro posal has been made to the department, and there is no present intention of making any portion of the gold-field reserve at Cargo available for the purposes of a labour settle ment. MR. HULL, GENERAL POST OFFICE. Dr. Ross asked the Postmaster-General,—; (1.) Has any person named Mr. Hull, a* Tasmanian barrister, been appointed to' a position in the General Post Office ? (2.) If so, when was he appointed, and what are the special duties he has to perform, and the amount of remuneration or salary he receives? (3.) Is it not a...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Women's Dress. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Women's Dress. .Newspapers might do something worse than enter a vigorous protest against the fashion of . mannish attire so much affected by our young 'women. The imitation of masculine clothes by women is not a pleasing feature of present , day life. The 'tailor-made girl,' with nor coat, her hat indistinguishable from a man'H bead-gear, pnd her expansive, tsloaaily starched shirt-front, is a passable imitation of a man ro far as the upper half of her raiment ia concerned. But she has not gained in attractiveness thernby. Men do not want women to be in«n. They . want them to be women. The fact that their own dress is so uttorly prosaic and commonplace inspires the desire to see the prettier half of humanity clad in biit-httr colors, and towns wh;)se folds and tints delight the eye that is tired of sombre coats and conventional cravats. At best the mannishly dressed t'irl is only an imitation of something for whioh her nature, habits, and figure unfit her. She would be mure genuine...

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Victoria's Fiscal Policy. FARMERS AND PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

'' Victoria's Fiscal Policy. ? -♦ ? FARMERS AND PROTECTION.' About 180 persona were present at a banquet 'tendered hist Snt.irday nii-ht by the members of the Frertrade p-'trt'y. to Mr. Max Hiisch, whose candidature' in the Freetrade interest at the recent Benalla and Yurrawonga elec-. tion had to be withdrawn in cousepuence of in sufficient compliance with the naturalisation 'laws'. The chairman, Mr. R. Murray Smith, in proposiug the toast of the evening, ex pressed astonishment that ib should be uecessary for a naturalised citizen to live three years in the colony betore he became eligible to represent an electorate in the Legislature. He prophesied that at the end of three years Mr. Hirsch would be the re presentative of -i constituency in the Free trade interest. Mr. JUirscli, in reply, said thab the colony was on the eve of a great fiscal revolution. The farmers had already accepted Freetrade principles, and were rapidly awakening to the fact that Protec tion had brought disast...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Citizen and the State. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

The Citizen and the State. if To Me Editor: Sir, — The cry against party government may l»ev regard; / , [as an admission that both elector^* . ind eteci^f have each been too often unfaithful to their trust and have made the interests of the State sub ordinate to that of class. But it is possible to differ on, say, the fiscal question and yet agree on many others more or less essential to the welfare of the community. A man may be a Freetrader, a Protectionist, or a member of the Labour party, but this does not necessitate his making his views on mat tersof administration subservient to those of legislation. For instance, the question of treating juvenile offenders is one of great importance, but it is one in the discussion of K which the three leading parties in the Leguj. K lative Assembly can take part without doing W violence to their respective principles. ^And E so with many other questions. If this were m more generally done we should have a great K deal more of practical leg...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Remarkable Effusion. PROTECTION AND FREETRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

A Remarkable Effusion. PROTECTION AND FREETR A DE. Tp the Editor: Sir, — Seeing that the Free Trade Party is forming an Association at M0I0113, I think it is time that the working men and the farmers had enough of the Free Trade shnni, which only benefits the big syndicates, merchants, and banks ab the working man's expense. Those three classes are working for the interest of themselves, not for the colony. These three classes hold ?three-parts of the land of the colony, and the working men should bear in mind that once the land of any nation gets iuto the hands of a few, it simply means the ruination of the workers, as the soil and wh.u it produces are the wealth of the nation. Before this colony was protected, it was »oing back in agiiculture, and with only two years of pro tection we have 150,000 acies more under cultivation, aud this the working, men should bear in niiad means, £150,000. spent on the working class for labour — putting it at the lowest £1 per acre for cultivation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

I ~I843. *^3 I Insurance Company OF NEW_ YORK, I ? \ TTENTION ia invitiid. to {[the extraordinary , ? /V development of this wonderful Institution ? during recent years. ; ; The amount of Insurance in force and the An ; nual Income hare been I MORE THAN DOUBLED SINCE 1884. I In that year the Annual Income was £3,921,009 fi 18s. lOd. In 1892 it was £8,262,600 13a. 4d., an E increase of £4,341,590 14s. 6d., or 111 per cent. 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 I £80,973,887,0^112 per cent. H Its excess^ of Income over Disbursements was I £418,440 5s. lOd. in 1884, and £2.758,259 la. 6d. % in 1892. .?'??.? \ The Assets of the Company at the end of 1892 r' reached the gigantic total of I .£35,951,572 4s. r- Half a century's experience of Life Insurance ;? operations has enabled The Mutual Life Insur 'T ance Company of New York to, guage the wants of the public, the result being two' forms of N 'bemi-Centennial Policies' : ...

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The Labour Leagues Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

? ?-,..?. . ? —rr, — : ? tt-.. :-.ii.. ,.,v i The : Labour Leagues Conference. , , I The Resolutions to be discussed at the ap.' ; 1 proachinsi!. conference of New South Wales ., 1 Electoral Labour Leagues are as follow :— r, ; I Resolution l,7r-','That this conference, reure- 1 senting the whole. of the -industrial and politi- ] cal labour ^organisations of New South-... ] Wales, expi esses it as its deliberate and, , j unshaken opinion ^that pnlyby preserving the , | political solidarity .of .the /.workers can any peaceful amelioratinu of their condition be obtained ; that -aiiyi .benefit gained at the : expeuse of dividing their political forces ., uiust-iiH or a temjiorary, and. disappointing character ; anil that anv innn: engaged in creating dissensions of .any kind within their:, ranks . must be regarded as an enemy of, labour and a-traitor to its cause.' I'esolu tion 2 — ' That in the opinion . of this con ference-it is desirable, in ihe interests of .the . solidarity, of la...

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Municipal council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Municipal Council. ' The ordinary meeting of the Mojong Muni i; cipal Council wrh held laatvrTuesdrfy at the % Town fciall, when there werfe Jpresefntr— Hi.s Worship the Mayor (Aldnr6ra$. ijjtfck), 1 Aldermen Laupr, McGroder, Eftatmme, j Beveridge, Packh un, Windred, and Militate. \ MINUTBS. ..:-. ... '1 The minutes of the previous meeting were ? ) rend and confirmed. ' COBRE8PONDEXCB; |. ' Outward correspondence was read, and in I I ward coummnicatioua were dealt with as I \ undei : — ? I i From T. Cupilt notifying the Connoil that I. ,| he had given up poHSwnsion of the corporation I ] night-cart, as the vehicle was not fit for use. I j From J. P. Lohun returning ratepaper, I ; ] .and stating that he was net. responsible for I the rates as he had vacated the house on E which the rates were charged. . I The Mayor said this was a mutter I he thought might be settled between I i Mr. East mure and Mr. Lohan. The Coup 1... cil could do nothing' in it, but' if the rates i£ were not paid...

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What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

What We'd Like to :See. I — ? ?» ? — . ? ? .? m A steady fall of rain for two or th^eednys. ? The attractions on Prince of Wales' Birth- I day unattended by any elements that would I tend to mar anybody's pleasure. . . ..; I A good muster of our soldiers on parade I this (Saturday) afternoon. '_ I The Council go in for a atveet-^ateving I cart. Such a thing would be a most desir- I able acquisition in these days of dust, wind, I and heat. The Cumnock Progress Committee re suscitated, f -j Dr. Koas, M.P., succeed in inducing the Postmaster-General , to tun a daily mail between Molong and Cuinnock. , i ? ?A A well-contested match between -the Mo loug and Cumnock cricketeis next Thursday. The popular 'Jack' L'ohan sucqeed at Parkes. '/,'?', The garden that looks nicer than that at the A.J.S. Bank just how. ? ?? - ... ;it ? A public meeting held in Molong in con nection with the anti-alien labour riibrement. The Inspector of Nuisances pay an official visit to Riddle street, between Gidl...

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