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The Wool Difficulty. A SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
The Wool Difficulty. ] , ? : ? +- ? — . ] A SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. Sydney, Friday.— No settlement has been \- arrived at over the wool dispute. Represea- ;', tative buyers will not accept any mediation ] by the Chamber, of Commerce. - ] At .4.30 p.m., Messrs. Dalgety and Co., ] wire us as follows :— The difficulby|with \ buyers in regard to the terms of payment for wool has now been arranged. Representatives from the selling brokers met the buyers in conference this moruiug, when an under- ; standing, satisfactory to. both parties, waa I come to, and the auctions] in Sydney will I therefore, be resumed on Monday next, tha t 6th iust. |, ? ~ ? t ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
^^.yf-'^J^^ REGISTERED, ^^^^pa^ ? SPECTACLES. Before buying Spectacles call and have the Eye thoroughly tested Free, and see the famous Specialite Spectacles, guaranteed one year. Pebble Spectacles, 3a 6d, and Specs from 5s. a puir. Repairs to Spectacles a Speciality ; New Glasses fitted from Is. each, New Frames from Is. 6d. SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS IN STOCK. PATENf~~MEDiciNES. — The Cheapest House in Town, call and compare Prices. — - Prescriptions accurately dispensed at Sydney Prices. DENTISTRY. Teeth Carefully Extracted— Adults, 2s. 6d. ; Children, is. 6d. Chemist and Dentist (opposite Post Office, Molong). ORDERS BY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 'THE BURGON' Sheep Shearing Machines Are used in some of the Largest Australasian Shoda, amongst them the following : ? Machines. Machines THOS. EDOLS & CO., Btxrkawang, N.S.W. 88 EDWARD INGRAM, Book Book, N.S.W.... 16 (The Largest Shed in the Colonies). Wm. BOOTHS, Mundari.o, JST.S.W. ... 12 RDTLEDGE BROS., Gidleigh, ...
SUNDRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
SUNBRY NOTES. » , . _ .. ? ? , . I (AJ\rHAT cap a man do with aix aores?' The I -^(j7tion hn?-deen answered pretty aatiafactorily I by Mr. J. (j.^'Marlin, and old resident of Forbes, 1 and who in the early part of the; year took up . 1 a ' special area ' selection, amongst a number of others, to the north of the town. 'On the 1st of March last,' says Mr. Marlin, 'I took. possession. It was a rough looking spot, but the soil was good and the aspect just what I wanted. On it were seventeen big trees, about 600 stumps and six sorea of Chinese thistles.' H Iu less than eight months there has been a 11 complete transformation. The ground has been H cleared and fenced, the fence being one of the H best about there. One house has- been built M and another is in course of erection. Four If acres have been put under wheat and the orop H looks excellent j one acre has been planted with m fruit trees and vines, the ground having been M hand trenched to a depth of 18 inches, while a H vegetable...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
CLYDE WORKS, GRANVILLE. Agents : John Black & Son, Molong. 1 HORSE GrKAHtb* ' ? , !,y:*B3=ii^^^^^^^a ;''7.;'/7!!, '-vv.. '' .^,':-C-l^t ???v^^----' ?'? I CORN-SHELLERS :'ii:/i:- ?.,?&' : - ? : : ' j^^^^^^^l crackers. _ pjL««~. SpmrsbssbmU--. 1 In variety to ..it all purposes. ^^^M^aiffiS^^^^^»iSS^SiillP»i»^? i INSPECTION.' ? JF^S======S*'''^^ April, 1893.— 'Chuff-cutter and Horse-gear are Al.' H May, 1893.—' Greatly pleased with Cutter and Horse-gear. Best I have ever seen. Work splendidly.' H May, 1893.—' The Cutter is the best Machine I evet put a sheaf of hay through.' H June, 1893.—' I have much pleasure in announcing that the K2 Cutter gives tun every satisfaction.' H July, 1893. — 'The K3 Cutter is corainc; into great favor here.' . ' H July, 1893. — ' Your Horse-works purchased 12 months ago are the best I Imve- ever used.' H July, 1893. — ' The Shelter is far and away the best Machine I have seen in the district.' H| ?:-:-- ??TOBACCO- ?''?-' \,,;/; ?? 'plug. ...
BETTING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
BETTING MARKET. Melbourne, Friday.— The betting market was very lively last night, 1000 to 16 were taken several times about Aquarius for the Derby ; 1000 to 14 Carnage was also ac cepted, and 80 also was 100 to 18 Sailor Prince. For the Cup, Sanfoin wag heavily supported at 100. to 6 and 7£. Loyalty re ceeded to 100 to 5. Caraoola |is now first favourite at 8 to 1, while Tim Swiveller is a point longer. Portsea is quoted at 100 to 7, Oxide 100 to 5, and Malvolio 100 to 4.
THE BUDGET DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
THE BUDGET DEBATE. Sydney, Friday. — In the Assembly last evening, the Budget debate was resumed by Mr. O 'Sullivan, who advocBted the declara tion of a true protective policy. , Mr. G. H. Reid followed and definitely refused to give his adherence to the Single Tax principle as expounded by Henry Qeorge. He advised the Labour Party to adopt a broader platform in order to secure the sup? port of all classes of the community. The debate was further adjourned.
Latest Telegraphic. PROSECUTIONS UNDER THE EXCISE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
Latest Telegraphic. , ? ; ? — ♦ ? ; ? — . -, (from our special agent.) PROSECUTIONS UNDER THE EXCISE ACT. ' Forbes, Tuesday.— At the police court this morning, a large number of publicaua were fined from £2 to £12, for having empty beer casks on which the duty stamps had not been defaced. Mr. Richardson, of the Albion Hotel, one of the defendants,, gave notice of appeal. Mr.. W. Brap, a local brewer, was fined in all £55 for similar offences. The informations were laid by Mr. Taylor, customs officer.
GREGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
GREGRA. The weather during the' last fortnight has been hot and dry, acoompanied with heavy winds. A sudden change took place last Satur day, and rain fell in the afternoon, but no great quantity was registered. The crops here have suffered considerably with the dry weather, and I regret to say, (with the exception of a few paddocks) that the prospects for the coming harvest are gloomy. That trouble known to the farmers as 'take-all' has made rapid strides, aud for rods in places the wheat has en tirely disappeared. Rabbits have made, their appearance to add to the trouble. I.havo been informed that Mr. T. Howell, whilst ploughing a few weeks back discovered a young rabbit on the top of the ground at the entrance of a bnr row, and taking hjs «pade commenced diggiug out the burrow, in which he found six more. Several holes or burrows have been seen about here by different persons and there is little doubt that they are the homes of the rabbit. A service of song ia being prepared by t...
Railway Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
Railway Revenue. I The station-master at Molong, Mr. T. Mor rin, has kindly furnished us with the follow ing returns of goods and coaching traffic at the local station during the past month :— GOODS. Goods, inwards, 836 tons ... 5cWt. 3qr8. 121bB. ...£4806 19 2 Wool »nd goods outward 2150 tons 3cwt. Oqra. 231bs .., 5841 3 5 &»& £10,648 2 7 v COACHING. 470 paaiengera ... ... £391 16 8 Parcels and miscellaneous ... 74 18 6 , , # . £466 15 2 Am we hire' pointed out on previous occa sions, credit on goods outward not prepaid is not given to Molong, but to the centres to which thy.-., consignments are despatched, therefore % the above amounts the L5841 3s 5^, ^f flight on traffic 6 jt wards, is not credited to Molong. The actual revenue received at the local station during October, was L5273 14s 4d, .being, an increase1 of L867 19a 5d ori- the amount.,, receive* for September. .
Molong Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
Molong Lands Office. The following selections were taken up at the above office on Thursday :— . William Tompaon, 40 acres, c.p., county Aah burnham, parish Tajerie. F. T. Jenkins/for the Union Bank of Aus tralasia, Ltd., 320 acres, o.p., county Ashburn hara, parish Trajerie. A. E. Chatman, 320 acres, c.p., county Ashburnhum, pariah Trajerie. Clarissa May Jenkins, 320 acres, c.p., county Ashburnham, parish Nanami. J. E. Kent,. 100 acres, o.p., county Ashburn ham, pariah Trajerie. - Fannie Amelia Teakle, 320 acres, c.p., county Aahburnharo, parish Nanami.
MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
MANILDRA. Since my last report we have had some re freshing Bhowers of rain. Forty five points fell last Saturday, and /although much more. is needed, yet the .little sprinkling done a large amount of good. - , . ? ? On Monday the Free Trade Association held a meeting, when much satisfaction was ex pressed that the rules had not been altered by the Molong Association. Mr. G. W. Griffith was unanimously elected delegate to the Selec tion Committee. The contractors train broke down on Monday night, going up the incline, just outside the township, through a leakage in one of the boiler tubes, and had to run back to the Btation. Mr. W. Baxter procured a horBe and rode up to Porcupine to bring one of the other engines down.. It was 10 o'clock before the train left here. Much inconvenience was felt by many of the passengers through the absence of a tele graph office here. I heard of one who had been travelling three nights in order to be in Sydney on Tuesday morning.
DISTRICT JOTTINGS. CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
DISTRICT JOTTINGS. 1 ' ' ? , ^ ? ? ?? _ ? ; I ' FBOM OUK OW« CORRESPONDENTS^ (JUMNOOK. As I was unable to aond you a report of the tea meeting and special services in connection with the Cumuock Sabbath School in time for publication in your last issue, I aeud a brief acoount for your issue of this week. I notioad the advertiautneut of these meetings was headed ''Baptist Church.' This, however, was iucort-tict, as all Pro tea taut bodies represented ill Cum nuck Hand Hittir r-liilrirmi tn the one Sun day School, which is carried ou strictly on undenominational lines. I am sorry the adver tisement should have appeared as it did as it was somewhat misleading to those who are not acquainted with the faot of the oaBe. The cele bration of the anuiversay consisted in the holding special service*, a tea and concert. Tho Rev. J. Mayo, of (Jarru, preached in the hall on Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, to a fair congre gation, and again in the afternoon, _ when he questioned the Sunday School ...
A £1 Bottle. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
A £1 Bottle. ? -^ ? The other night the Sheriff's Officer (says the Bathurst Times) was the recipient of a present of a £1 note under curious circumstances. It.., appears that one or two members of a jury who' were locked up, feel ing unwell, purchased a bottle of schnapps, and had it sent to the , courthouse. On. opening, it, the officer was surprised to find a £l note on top of the cork. The jurors insisted -on presenting the £l to Mr. Duchatel. What makes ' this singular is, that - when the jurors intimated their intention to send over for some schnapps Mr. Duchatel remarked, laughingly, ' Mind you don't get a £l bottle !'
The Royal Road to Fortune. I [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893
, ( - ? __ ? /The Royal Road to Fortune. , .-.;. I.I' ... -,1 — ? ^' ? : ? — ? ' '?? yi'H A Mudgee milk supplier stated the other day that the monthly cheque he received for his milk f)'aid his household ex's, and wages} leaving his cultivation returns, to the good.- Further than that — ? at the commencement of the factory he owed one man £450, which -^&V since been paid off, and when the banks shut down his current ac^ held £100. There, it's only bearr ing out all we have been saying I — the milk business, combined with I systematic far.ning, is the royal . I road to fortune. — Guamdian. I A California jury, in a^uicide case lately, found the following verdict : — *' We, the jury, find that the deceased was a fodl.'' 'f;^