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DISTRICT JOTTINGS. BOURNEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. [riiOM OUR COBRE3PONDBNTS.] BOURNE WOOD. The weather is still favourable, with light ?howers and warm lunny days. The Bournewood; Cricket Club has received a friendly challenge from the Oumnook Olub to play on Saturday, 23rd inst, at Bournewood. The committee decided to accept the privilege offered, although the opposing team is far supe riot to ours, so we will have to adhere to ths old motto, ' hit out and trust to providence.' Sickness here is a very rare occurenoa to re late, but at present there are no less than six psitieUvS uruni luuuivai vioautuonv. inn gioittoav sufferer is Wrs. G. B. Wykea, who is afflicted with Bit ??oto»vi-?'nte n.fet.AoIc' of inflammation of the lungs. '.'Kkv1 i- .V'-VftVi? (ok and weak, although it is . sup puijoiu, ;.aaj ui tiw rely hoped; ahe is improving. /iiU(VU;. ? '/sVfoi; partyi numbering about fifty, uu/ss ph:.- \t Ms. A. Morris's ua Friday after juk-:i '? -s ?ere incessantly played until -:- . ?. / .?????? ?'h-u a really goo...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Thl'bsdat. A terrible 'trmjedy has occurred in London. A man named Lr^o Percy, a discarded lover, shot Bessie Montague, an actress at the E'npire Theatre, and a rival nvmed; Garcier, and .then Rhot himself. All three are dead. It is rumoured the New South Wales Go vernment are a'-out to placa a million and a half Treasury Bills on the market. ?

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Latest Telegraphic. CONDOBLIN. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

Latest Telegraphic, (from oub special agent.) ,cj. , Condobmn. Friday. ]W^ younjJL man, named John Cooper, When on , his way to Milby station last Wednesday evening, was rendered unconscious by his horse bolting and throwing him against a wire fence; ia which he became entangled. The doctor says there are no bones broken,' but be has never regained con sciousness- SYDNEY, Fbidat. Mr. McMillan is determined to face the music again next Monday night and address an open meeting in the Pro testant Hall without the aid of police or any organisation whatever. He will invite nobody to the platform and ask the meeting to appoint itB own chairman. The rouseabouts at Milong Station near Young have struck work, being dissatisfied with the wages. Another Cabinet meeting will probably be' lield to-night to consider matters' ib connec tion with the opening of Parliament, and prepare the Governor's speech. / : An endeavour will be made to devote: more than the usuel time to Government business dur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

TO C APITALISTS^p INVESTORS. FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. BY ORDEI^ OF__™?_ MORTGAGEES' 904 Aeres 2 Roods of Conditionally Purchased — AND— 546 Acres 2 Roods of Conditionally Leased Land, all Certificated, .. AND KNOWN AS , ,.- CHARLEMONT Situated not more than three milea northerly from the Town of Molong, on the . main Wellington Road, and adjoining James Lee, Eaq.'s famous Larras Lake Estate. . THE~'FROPiRTY Has a frontage to the Molong Creek (a perpetually running stream), ia all well and Becurely fenced with nix and seven wire fences, and is sub-divided into 6ve paddocks ; 75 acres -are cleared for cultivation, and a large portion is ringbaiked. Being well -sheltered, excellent grazing land of limestone formation, the whole forme a very compact ami valuable pro perty, more especially us it is within 3 miles of the Molong Railway Statiuu. THE BUILDINGS Consist of a Neat and Comfortable Seven-roomed House, built of Biick with Corrugated Iron lioof, Kitchen, Shearing Shed, Yards, &c...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

NEW Tailoring Establishment. H. M'MAIN, (Four years, late of Holle's) BEGS to inform the Public of Molong and Sur rounding District that lie has opened a TAlLOItrNG ESTABLISHMENT iu Bank-street, and solicits a share of public patronage. Splendid Assortment of Tweeds, Bannockburns, ' Serges, &c, on hand. Patterns 'forwarded on application to any address. H. M/MAIN, TAILOR AND OUTFITTTER, (Near Eppress Office), Bank Street, Molong,

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Land Notes, OVERDUE RENTS ON CONDITIONAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

Land Notes, OVERDUE RENTS ON OONDITJONAIi ' : LEASES. ' Renta on the conditional leases specified hereunder having become overdue, unless the Bame, with a fine of 10 per cent, in addition thereto, be paid within one mouth from the 12th instant, steps will be taken to notify the leases as forfeited : — Henry Richards, Orange, 72Q acres, Mo Commeccial Banking Company of Sydney, 300 acres, Molong. ^ , George Sharkey, Meranburn, 320 acres, Molon.^. Fees for the renewal of. occupation lioenaes .? must be paid on or before 3Zst December ? -:; ' next, otherwise the license will be deemed '?'^W nob to. have been renewed, and the land will immediately thereafter become vacant. Crown ?«v^'V . land, : ? ? ?

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Some Phases of Molong Life. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

»..-.? .?????? ? £lomd Phases of Molong Life. ? ^ To1 the Editor: Sir, — Some months ago I drew attention thiough your columns to the difference between the amount of goods ? received and the amount despatched from the Molong Railway Station, and pointed out that bad times weie ahead of us in conse - quence. I consider it is perfectly disgrace ful that nearly sixty per cent, more of goods Should come into the station tnun is sent away. How the Molong people can con template such a state of affairs month after month without blushing is past my compre hension. But perhaps there is nothing to wonder at in the mutter it all. The Molons; ites oons'der industry and industrial work quite beneath them and the products of the district are in consequence very Biimll com paratively. How, sir, can a town expect to progress when those young nien who ought, from their superior education and advantages, to be leaders of enterprises having the ad vancement of the town and district a8 their object, ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

Church Services. ? * ? . . Appended are che church appointments, in con nection with the local Wesley an Church, for to morrow and the following Sunday :— - September 24th. ', - ? Molong, 11 a.m. — Mr. E. Balfer . Molong, 7 p.m. — Rev. DV A. Gilsenan Garra, 3 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan Meranburn, 3 p.m. — Mr. G. Anderson Oudal, 11 a.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan . Cudal, 7 p.m.— Mr. W. Shield Red Hill, 11 a.m.— Mr. G. Anderson October 1st. Molong, 11 a.m. — Mr. Jas. Packham Molong, 7 p.m.— Mr. W. Shield Garra, 3 p.m.— Mr. W. Shield - ;v Cudal, 7 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan ' / ' Red Hill, 3 p.m.— Mr. E. Baker ~.v'. Shades, 3 p.m.— Mr. Jas. Packham ^i\ Oumnock, 3 p.m. — Mr. Albert Baker «,'!., Barragan, 3 p.m;— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan ' ' ?.'''' Cargo, II a.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan . * ; \ Lockwood, 1.30 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan -'' ?? ? , &. . ... ???:.. ????.-??? ' - -i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

CLYDE WORKS, GRANVILLE. . Agents .; John Pluck ti- Sou, MgHngva^ I HORSE GEARS.' :::-.;:..-i'.?*I1I5^-» ? ? : : ;:;:L^;:;:?^11flSfr-;';-: \ I In variety to .ait ,11 purpa.es, : . = v^«ltf^^ US' TESTIMONIALS OPEN FOR .f^S5^^^S^7r^^^^S^^^Si^^^^^S^S^^^S2^^^^^^^^iSSS^^zSS!S£iS!^^ H April, l'S93.—' Chaff-cutter and Horse-gear am A 1.' » May, 1893.— ' Gieatly pleaded with Cutter anl Hoisr-gear. Bpsl I have evet sefn. Work splendidly/' H Mrty, 1893. — ' The Cutter is the l-est Macliiiu'-l i-vei put. a sheaf of liny through.' ,..'.... ' H June, 1893. — ' I have much pleasure ia announcing ihrit tlie K.2 Cutter gives mu every sii't infection,' Hj July, 1893. — '?? The K.3. Cutter is coniinu; in'Q gmit favor here.' ? H July, 1893. — ''your Horse-works purchased 12 months ago' are the best 1'huve e^er iise'l.' , . K July, 1893. — ' The Sheller is far and away the boat Machine I have set'n in. f-he didtiict.' H IU AUY S82ED PLUGS. THICK TWIST. . . - CHAM PION BRI6HT.UHG CUlfp/c^Irs} D13CSONS us...

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A Road Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

A Road Wanted. Thr following is a copy of a pHtftion which has been forwarded to the Minister for lands, through Dr. Roes, M.P., by the resi dent farmers of Catombal :— .. 'The humble petition of the m-de» signed farmers of the parish of Catumbal; county of Gordon, in the colony of New South Wales, sheweth — (1). That your petitioners are farmers residing in the parish of Catombal, coun'y of -?Gordon, in the colony of New South Wales; (2). That your petitioners through the want of ' a practical road from their several holdings to the. main Wellington Road, find they are pre vented from taking advantage of several markets with their produce, »nd are ntherwii* harassed in the enjoyment of their farms, whicu would be removed if a pmctictl road were granted to your petitioners ; (3). That the most advantageous and practical fond would, your petitiopeiB most respectfully submit, be from a continuance of the road running north-westerly - through portion seventy-nine (79- to Loombah , Gree...

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MONDAY'S PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

MONDAY'S PUBLIC MEETING. ? Od Monday evening a very fair gathering assembled tp hear the iast of the series, of addresses. At 7 o'clock, the members, of the- local Lodge of Good Templars -asjse,ai- bled \.o meet their Grand 'Chief Templar, anq( , after some little discussion it was. decided ' to., press on the work of the Order, and re-organjse ? the lodge. New candidates were initiated, and manifested. The public meeting was than held. Mr. J. 'Morris occupied the f chair, and after, the usual opening services, the Chairman introduced the speaker who was to address them on . . .. ' IHB OORSE, THE CAUSE, AND THE CURE.' ,; Mr DaSH said people ciid not like a two-facsd. man, but they did not mind him haying three, hoards. That' was the number he had to his address that night. No doubt some ' would think that the curse was intemperance-^the excessive abuse of strong drink ; but he would, point out that the abuse was simply too much use. Some liked a man who wanted hia glass, ^.and could...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

A tea meeting, in aid of the Baptist Church, ny ill bu held at Otxrra next Wednesday. ^ggllia^S!!*.**^^^ TRADE MARK ^^'Tf^^^RRj.. ^g^^^i^- REGISTERED. X^^^J,^ TO THOSE WHO VALUE THEIR SIGHT. CHEMIST AMD DENTIST, ' (Lato Dispenser to Dr. JIcKillop, Goulburn), Agent for Lazarus;& Go's. Famous Specialite Spectacles. TheJByes are thoroughly tested and the perfect correction given for each Eye, and each Pair of Spectacles Guaranteed. ? o ? A Large Stock of New Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilet Requisites always in Stock at Sydney Prices. ? PRESCRIPTION i ACCURATELY DISPENSED FROM SELECTED DRUGS AT EEFORM PRICES. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED— Adults, 2s. fid. ; Cliildren, Is. 6d. ; Teefch stopped with . Silver, 5s. ; Extraction under Cocaine, Chloroform, and iEtlier by arrangement. ORDERS BY POST PROlMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ONE TRIAL SOLICITED. ? O ? : ? Note thk Address : — Medical Hall, opposite Post Office, Molong. COLUMBIAN LAND DISTRIBUTION. THE ONLY AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY DISTRIBUTI...

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A Just Request. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

. A Just Request. . - m ? —t— ? ? Appended is a copy of another petition forwarded by Dr. Ross, M.P., on behalf of a large number of miners at Boney's , Kock, near Canowitidra, to t^|j Min^tei for Mines : — * *fw ' Boney'a Rocks, Oanowindra. To the Hon. Minister for Mines, Sydney. Sir, — We, the miners of the above district, beg to call your attention to the following facts, with a view that by doini,' so you will see that it is only fair and reasonable that we, as miners, pnyiug the Crown one pound per acre for all land leased for gold-mining purposes, should be deemed worthy of having a portion of land surround ing our claims set apart for grazing purposes and reserved from annual lease. Bunny's Kocks has been occupied by niiiibrs working quarts reefs this twenty-five years, and during that time has been declared a ' Gold Field Re serve,' but since the' passing of the new Act application was made by Joseph Irvine, of Toogong, to the Land Board at Cndal for an, annual lease of the ...

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IN THE EVENING AT THE WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

IN THE EVENING AT THE WESLEYAN CHURCH. ' . The service in the Molong Wesleyan Church at night was very largely attended. For his text Mr. Dash took the fourth verse of the eighteenth chapter of the second Book of Kings. Throughout, his address was eloquent and im pressive. He made a vigorous appeal to the congregation to help along the Temperance Cause, which was the Church's hand-maid to religion, and he urged them to make their voices heard, and to insist upon their repre sentative in Parliament using every endeavour to Bweep away the drink traffic from the land. Some stirrinu and touching incidents of the dire effects of drink were given. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

.wmHIo:... :?;*'? ??-?'? ?????- ? ? ?? ? ! , :-; [a card.] i ? .Afv TJg«per Bank Street, ''?'? ;-' ;\ ', ?''?'?' HouesatHomk: ' '*' ' 9 a.m. to 11 a.m '? i i- ?'? ' ta'p.m. to 4 p.m. .????.. T. -J - ?'* -* »* 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. . '??-.;.. ;1';;; :';; . ?; ' . V-the— . ; ' . :??' ??;: ''? : ' '''' ' AND ''??';? WESTERN DLSTRIOTS ADVERTISER. ! ' LeiT the journalist defend : the doctrines of the .' ' 'part/' he approves ; lot him criticise and condemn the puny of which he does. not approve ; reserving always his right to applaud his opponents or cen pu.re.his. friends, aaJthe-truth : may -require— and lie will be independent enough fora free country.' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1893.'

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SUNDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

ST7NDAY AFTERNOON. Having returned from Garra, Mr. Dash held forth in the Molong School of Arts in the after noon. Though the weather was miserably cold and wet, the hall was pretty well filled by a good concourse, comprising people of all de nominations. The proceedings having been opened with a hymn and a short prayer, Mr. Dash dealt at considerable length with his sub ject — 'Th«J Bible on Temperance.' He showed thac the Bible was the best total abstinence Book in the world, and gave a long list of illus trious men and women who never touched wine or Btrong drink. He also showed that the beBt men the world had ever seen were abstainers. The Bible distinctly approved of total absti nence, while it pronounced wurning upon warn ing, woe upon woe unto those, who were drinkers. It also countenanced two temperance societies and recommended ? them, viz.: — the Nazarites and the Reohabites. A graphic de scription of tho feast made by Jeremiah and the noble conductor of the Rechabites con...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

Complaints are constantly reaching us from humane citizens us to the cruelty shown to ?ottie of tlie dumb brutes in Moloug. ? One gentleman gives us a pathetic account de scriptive of the sight from bia house of horses and cattle which, he alleges, are paddocked in a small area and neglected. How men can be so barbarous us to act in this way towards a dumb animal is a mystery considering the cheapness of . food and the extra, work which would be given in return for full oats and kind treatment. The dumb brute earns his corn just as honestly as a labourer does his bread, and to reward a beast that has done its best for the day by giving him insufficient grub is simply to act the theif and rob the helpless. Speaking of a human fiend who ill umed a hiilf-starved and helpless being Bret Hart asks, ' If there in no hell, where are people like so-and-so goins- V And when men utarve the poor dumb brutes which earn their living we echo the same question. A society for the. Prevention of Cru...

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SUNDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

SUNDAY MORNING. . On Sunday morning, Mr. Dash conducted the service in the Wesleyan Church at Garra. The building was crowded, and the visitor proved himself as much at home in the pulpit as on the platform.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

CoHStriWBS o# Wax Vestas must he- careful to ] fee that they get Bryant and May'a o.nlv, which ar$ ! . the very beat in quality and twenty per cent, more %n quantity than the foreign-made wax vestas. \.-. ] JJryant and May's Plaid Wax Yestaa are made only in London, and have been awarded 19, Prize - Medaib for excellence of quality. Every box of ?t . Bryant and May's Wax VeBtas bears their name, on ^ .. » white ribbon, inside the well-known red, black »nd,blue star trade mark. Ask for Bryant and I . May'rW/ax'yestaB, and do/not be deceived.' by th.e ) iaferipr'ftrfcide.* ' - ? ?.''?'..

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Parcels Post Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

3?ar.cels Post Re^ulatioA^ — ~p ? T^B regulations under the parcels post have ? been sanctioned by the Executive Counoil. The limit of weight of parcels is up to 31b. ; parcels exceeding thai weight, and up to 111b., will, only be forwardud to. officers to which mails are conveyod wholly l»y rail, coach,, or steamer. Thu limit of Hi?e of parcels is 3fb. Sin. in length, ar 6ft. in i»irtb ana lengtn commnea, ino p«r«e.i win i)e accepted unless fully prepaid, but parcels may be registered. No parcel may contain a letter, money, coin, or bank note*, l'&is of gold, or gold dust. Live animals, reptiles, or anything likely ta dp .injury to peinons or parcels will not be forwarded. Parcels con-, taining liquids will be accepted conditionally Upon their being so securely pj-cke.d that the contents cannot escape, and the vessels in ?which they are contained being sufficiently Strong to'. prevent breakage in transmission. Regarding the method of delivery, parcels will be delivered as a...

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