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

. -.(.iu.-v' .'? Australian Hardwood. /-? The[ Chief Inspector of Mines, Mr-1 Slee'j, has brought from a. mine near.' Fbrbesl.a, piece, of Lachlan gum hardwood slab, 12in; in width, ; which (wasv put. into'' pos'. tion in the' mine in the beginning of 1861. The mine was sobri afterwards' abandoned, and has tie'en imwdrked; un:il the present ;year. The slab; 'has 'been in wet ground, about 200' feet from the surface, for over 32 v'ears, and is now as sound as on. the day it was put ..; down. All the., hardwood in the mine is,1 Mr. Slee* says, in an equally well-preserved' condition.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunday School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Sunday School Picnic The annual picnic in. connection with the Weuleyan Sunday School came off, under the most favourable of circumstances, last Wed nesday. ' Queen's Weather' prevailed, and consequently there was a remarkably good muster of teachers, scholars, and friends on the occasion. A start was made by about fifr of the children, from the church grounds, a little before 10 o'clock, with the usual accessories in the way of flags, &c, and under the ' guidance ot the indefatigable Superintendent (Mr. A. Gk Beveridge), and others of the teaching. staff. The grounds at the back of Mr. Staihea having been reached, the teachers and youngsters plunged at once into amusements of various kiuds. During , the day friends arrived from all points of the compass, and the heat not being unduly ex cessive, all must have spsnt a very happy day , indeed. There was an abundance of provisions provided by the parents and friends, and the way in which the good things provided disappeared wa...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Flower Garden at the Molong Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Tie Flower Garden at the Molong Railway * Station. ™1f.: thesis one thing more than another in connection with the railway department at Molong of which tho Commissioners should be ashamed, it is the disgraceful state into whioh the flower garden in front of the sta tion has been allowed to dwindle. The once pretty little enclosure is now nothing more than a wilderness of rank weeds and under growth, and the spot that once waB a scene of beauty, and lent such a pleasing and refreshing charm to the whole of its surroundings, is now an eye-sore to the on-, looker, bounds upon pounds of public money have, doubtless, been spent in provid ing flower gardens at neatly all the principal centres, where possible, along the railway lines, and it is a shame to think that any of these rich, well-cultivated andjattraotive spots Bhould be allowed to go to ruin simply fur the want of a little regular attention. In the local railway garden beautiful and valu able plants are smothered with weeds, an...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Death of Mr. W. M. Baker. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 4 November 1893

Death of Mr. W. M. Baker.   We (Orange Advocate) regret to have to record the death of an old and respected resident of Spring Terrace, in the person of Mr. W. M. Baker, who died on Wednesday last. Deceased had been ailing for some time, suffering from paralysis, which was. the cause of death. Mr Baker was 76 years of age at the   time of his demise and had been a     resident of Spring Terrace for about 39 years He was born in Kent, England. He leaves six sons and     three daughter, all of whom are   married, and, comparatively speak-   ing, in well-to-do circumstances.     The funeral took place on Thurs- day and was largely attended. The Rev. Mr. Hughes read the burial service at the grave.        

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Wheat Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

[?] Accounts about tm prospects of:'.'iWfiM»»t . crops in tha Wellington district are;^'in« ?what conflicting, but we* are sorry to. itate that on the whole the returns of tliin year ?will be considerably sina^r than that of last year in some places (says Che Gazette); the crop is good, but in most others it is liyht, and in some, if rain does not fall shortly, there will scarcely te any gram at all, .. The cold wintor rain was too long continued, nnd the dry weather set in ioj suddenly. The consequence is that the crops have been soared and made small progress. No fences will be hidden this year. The splendid red goils' of Towri, Maryvale, and' similar lands will rib doubt carry fair crops tluou»h; Imt oh lighter lands, such aa a deal on Curia Creek, the crop promises to be very poor. We are informed that in the Bathurst -Uh- trict, that should rain come soon, ynere will only, be half cio|ts. Wheat is likely to be wheat .this^ year, a'ftn'r all, 'and the expected Burpjtia above the...

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Supported by the State. PEOPLE WITH PROSPEROUS RELATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

Supported by the State. PEOPLE WITH PROSPEROUS RELA. TIVES. ?:-;:... It will be remembered that last y&ir much public attention was directed to the fact that a number, of persons suhsistingv-on -iState charity in New South Wales had relatives ?who were in a position to support them or to contribute to their support, The subject is again referred to in the annual report of the . Director of Charitable Institution?! recently laid before Parliament. The diiector (Mr. 'MftY tfiflV Havtl : — ' Thei'fl htr nprumi.q iiuoli able to perform this duty which in humivnity and by the general consent of public opinion should devolve on them, but who apparently ' are not previous either to itmson, entreaty, or any sense of shame, whose fathers, mothers or brothers ate maintained by the colony. Apart f 10m the contiast bafwe^n the lot .of these- unfortunates and tlmt of their well-to-do relatives therein the serious official fact that overcrowding liHsexiflterl to a dangerous extent, and th...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

PLETCHEB'S PILLS, \ never, fail to cure - INDIGESTION,- : COST1VENESS, . . 7 : .???? SOUR BREATH,- ?. .'?? . ? HEARTBURN, . : ? ?' UVER DISEASE, aad . _ KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. ; FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMKNT3 TONIC are the recognised household remedies of the Aua _ Iralian colonies, and every designing quack tries to trade on their reputation and renown. This isjthe greatest proof of their merit, and sufterers want to be particular to get the genuine articles as regret and disappointment are sure tc follow the use of the thousands of 'All-failing' remedies eo freely advertised. The reputation and wide-spread use of Clements Tonio and Fletcher's Pilla are the greatest proofs of their appreciation by the public. ' If they were hot as represented they would have passed out of memory long ere this ; but instead tbe sale ia greater and they are more esteemed ' day by day and week by week, and this emphati cally proves their undisputed supremacy. Listen to no argument from interested parties ;...

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A Juvenile Offender. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

A Juvenile Offender. J Patrick M'Oarthy, a kd about 15 years o£ age, was proceeded against by Gertrude Gar lick (a prepossessing little girl of almost as many summers) at the Molong Police Court on last Tuesday, for assaulting her on the 29fch October. Mr. Kinna for plaintiff. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was un- defended. It seems that on the afternoon of the date \n question the plaintiff and defendant, in company with other children, wure playing together, when the iormer called the latter gome unpleasant names, and ran away. He ; threatened to ' slap her across the face' for her immodest behaviour, when he next met ber. On the night of the above date he Krauea on the bridge over the creek, ana as the plaintiff and another girl were on their ?way toofauroh he came up and struck the former across the fice with his hand. Mr. Kinna eaid the father of the plaintiff did uofc wish a haavy fine to be inflicted. He only wished to show the lad that he was not at liberty to assault little...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

Important Notice. I ALL. STOCK found TRESPASSING on my ? OCCUPATION LIOENS| LAND.-^er this ? date, will be Impounded, withoio respec ,'o per- H bous. ? FRASER E. CHURCHILL. ? Brymedura, October 26, 1893. H — ? : ? _ ? ___ ? In the Insolvent Estate of B F. G. Wilkin, Hotel and 1 Storekeeper, of Oblej. m ALL Persons indebted to the above Estate must ?§ pay the amount of their Accounts on or be- El fore the 10th November to my Agent, Mr. Goo. K Cohen, at Obley, whoae receipt will be a sufficient H§ discharge, after which date they will be sued for B without respect to persons. k| LANCELOT T. LLOYD, K Official Assignee. Kjj PRELIMINARY NOTICE. I MOLONGRgNaCLURl A RACEIMEETINO- I Under the auspices ^of the above Club, will be K held at ' ? . Ig raor-o-Kro, ? B ' '?.'?'' 1 Boxing Day, December 26,, | Programme in future issue. \& W. J. WIND RED, 1 ?' ? Uon. Secretary. -Q COLUMBIAN 1 LAND U DISTRIBUTION, g THE ONLY AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY 1^ DISTRIBUTION. 1,^ Sub-division of the well...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

/'MJMNOGK. — Impounded at Oumnock,. on; the v- 6th of November,, from Nowish Farm, by order of W. Sherringham :— One dark-bay mare, branded ZC near shoulder, stripe half down the face, long tail, seems to have been handled, about four years old, 15| hands high j also one black or brown mare, with indescribable brand on the near and oS shoulder, large star in forehead, near hind foot white, white spot on off side of the back from saddle, heavy mane, 154 hands high, 8 years old. |If not released will be sold at this Pound on the 30th November, 1893. JOHN MoLACHLAN, Pound keeper. OBIiEY. — Impounded at Obley, on 1st Novem. ber, 1993, from Keycundle, by order of F. S. McOulloch, Maq. ; — Black mare, star in forehead, 2 over Pi near shoulder, aged, 14J- hands. Brown horse foal, progeny of above mare, unbranded. Brown colt, star in forehead,, both hind feet white, 2 over W near shoulder, 2 years. Also, on the 2nd November, 1893, from Tinby, by 'F,'S. M'Culloch, Esq. : — Bay mare, star in ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

IN MEMORIAM. ' In Memory of Lahob Augustus, third beloved Son of William and Rebecca Dean, who departed this life, November 12th; 1892, aged 11 yeare 8 months. MY BTO I(T HBAVBW. One bud the gardener gave me, A fair and lovely child ; He gave it to my keeping, To cherish undefiled. It lay upon my bosom, It was my hope my pride ; Perhaps it was an idol, Which I must be denied. .,- - For just is it was opening In glory to the day, Came down the Heavenly Gardener And took my bud away ; Yeb not in wrath he took it, ' ? A smile was in his face ; And tenderly and kindly, Ho bore it from his place. ' Fear not,' me thought he whispered, ' Thy bud shall be restored ; I take it but to plant it In the earden of the Lord.' Then bid me not to sorrow, As those who hopeless weep ? .I/or he who gave hath taken, And he who took can keep. And night and morn together - By the onen sate of Braver : I'll go unto my darling i t And sit beside him there. ,? . . I know 'twill open for me, Poor sinner, thou...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

? -...,., ? .???,... ? -i^-.'. WitoesB was subjected to cross-examination by Mr. Panton, but nothing fresh was elifflt^d.j* ^ r-,.,, ? ,. $Ir, , Ktnna heie closed the case for the defend V j - Alfred Harris, and James Parslow (re called) both deposed that Williams did not have hold of a sheep with one hand when he etruck Dalziell. Counnl having delivered their addresses, the Bench, (by majority) after a brief con Biiltation, dismissed the case, the P.M. in doing so observing that it was simply a I neighbours' quarrel and should never have I been brought into Court. I BREACH OF MUNICIPAL BY-LAWS. I Sidney Bennett was proceeded against by I the Molong Municipal Council for riding a | horse across the footpath in Gidley-street. 1 Plea : Not guilty. | Mr. KiniiH for the plaintiffs. | Mr. M'Callum (Council Clerk) produced a | copy of the by-laws of the Municipality of \ Oolong. I E. Burgess, Inspector ot NuisanceB, de | posed to the issuing of proceedings. Cross I examined by defendant w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

~J843. 1393. Insurance Company OF NEW^ YORK. A TTENTION is invited to .'She extraordinary l\ development of this wonderful Institution during recent years. The amount of Insurance in force and the An nual Income have been MORE THAN DOUBLED SINCE 1884. In that year the Annual Income -was £3,921,009 183. lOd. In 1892 it was £8,262,600 13s. 4d., an increase of £4,341,590 14a. 6d., or 111 per cent. In 1884 the Insurance in force wa3 £72,235,993. At the end of 1892 it was £153,209,880, a gain of £80,973,887, or 112 percent. Its excess of Income over Disbursements was £418,440 5s. iOd. in 1884, and £2.758,259 Is. 6d. In 1892 ? The Assets of the Company at the end; of 1892 reached the gigantic total of £35,961,572 4s. Half a century's experience of Life Insurance operations has enabled The Mutual Life Insur ance Company of New York to guage the wants of the public, the result being two forms of ' Seini-Centennial Policies' : THE ETVE PER CENT. DEBENTURE, AND THE CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT. Thes...

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CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

0ANOWINDRA. lhe loss sustained through the division, or perhapBj better styled taking of the Canowindra portion ot the Molong electorate from .Molong, and attaching it to Cowra, Is creating great dis content. Whoever moved In the matter could not have foreeen the iniustioe that would accrue — to; wit, Dr. Ross has always studied this the extreme portion of his electorate, but will Cowra, to whom we are now attached, give us the same care and attention. 7th November, 1893. A few small cases were dealt with in the Small Debts Couvt on Tuesday. Space will not permit of the mention of each case. The Rev. J. Alldis will (d.v.) on Sunday, 19th November, hold divine services at Obley, at 10.30 a.m., and Balderogery (Mr. Hodges' house) at 3 p.m. The rev. gentle man will also visit places and 'schools by the way, including Yeoval. : As the Rev. D. A. Gilsenan will be con ducting the Sunday School Anniversary ser vices at Parkes on Sunday, 19fch November, the minister from Parkes (Rev. J. K. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

SPECTACLES. Before huymg Spectacles call ami have the Eye thoroughly tested Wren, and-HeHft th$ frfnioilL Specialise Spectacles, guaranteed one year. 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. 6d. SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS IN STOCK. patenT~m:edjcines. — The Cheapest House in Town, call and compare Prices. — Prescriptions accurately dispensed at Sydney Prices. Q.i i DENTISTRY, Teeth Carefully Extracted— Adults, 2s. 6d. ; Children, is. 6d. -A.. Gr. ZBL^aTKLA-IDIDIEIR, Chemist and Dentist (opposite Post Office, Molong). ORDERS BY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 'THE BURG ON' Sheep Shearing Machines Are used in some of the Largest Australasian Sheds, amongst them the following : — Machines. MHchincs. THOS. EDOLS & CO., Bubuawaitg, N.8.W. 88 EDWARD INGRAM, Book Book, N.S.W.... J6 (The Largest Shed in the Colonies). Wh. BOOTHS, Mundaki.0, N.S.W. ... 12 RDTLEDGE BROS., Gidieigh...

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Molong Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. THE GAS-WOEKS MANAGEMENTSHIP. SOME STRAIGHT TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

*,. MolongBMunicipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. tHE GAS-WORKS MANAGEMENTSHIP. SOME STRAIGHT TALK. As reported in our lttBt issue, a special meet ing of the Molong Municipal Council was convened on Friday evening to consider ,an offer made by Mr, C. 0. Leigh ton to the Council to continue the managementahip of the local gas-works. At the meeting were present— His Worship the Mayor (Alderman John Black), Alderpien Lauer, M'Groder, Mitigate, East mure, Packham, and Beve ridffe. The onlv absent aldermen were Mr. W. J. Windred and Mr. J. Lohan (the latter having been granted three months leave of absence). At 10 minutes to eight o'clock, The Mayor said : Wejl, gentlemen, I bare called this special meeting of the Council to consider an offer that has been made by Mrr Leighton in regard to the management of the gasworks. Since our meeting on Tuesday,. Mr. Leighton has seen and had a conversation with me, and from that conversation it seems to me that noma UllMUllUoiabUMUUilg DAintou iiaunro...

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Prince of Wales' Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

Prince of Wales' Birtiday. The fifty-third anniversary of the birth of H.U.H. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, -$ic, &c, -fcc!., was heralded in with a splendid ? downpour of rain, which had the effect of putting an end to all out-door amusements set down on the programme for Thursday, and though a great number of pleasure seekers were disappointed and deprived of the outings to which they had been- looking forward to with anxiety, not one was heard iu give vojit bu icciiuga ui-uoi biiau. iiuuau Ul joy. Everyone waa delighted with the pluvial visitation, and oft-repeated was the expression, ' the rain will do far more good than our outing.' It was the intention of the local Lodge of Oddfellows to celebrate their anniversary by holding a picnic, but of course, that had to be abandoned. The cricket match between the Molong and Oum nock Cricket Clubs was commenced, but after lunch the match had to be declared off, for- the rain earner down in torrents. A number of private picnic...

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POSTAL INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

POSTAL INFORMATION Mails ciose at the Molong Post Office as under:— Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, &c, daily (Sun day, exceptod), 5.45 p.m.; Letters with a late ; fee of 2d. may be posted till 6* p.m. (Jarra, daily (Sunday excepted) at 7-30 a.m. Manildra, Meranburn, Porcupine Gap, Bumberrjj Bindogundra, Kanoandra. Parkea, Forbes, and Condobolin, daily (Sunday ercepted) at 6.45 a.m. ; with a late fee of 2d. cill 7 a.m. ' Gumnock, Yeoval, Obley, Tuesday, Thur^day^ and Saturday, at 7.30 a.m. Dilga, Tuesday and Saturday, 7.30 »-m., , Cundumbul, Tuesday aud Saturday., tit 7.30 a.m. Booraey and Warne, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat urday at 7.30 a.m. ; Letters with a, late- fee of 2d. may be posted till 8 p.m. Mails arrive at the Post Office. Molonff. and are eady for delivery as under: — Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, «Scc, daily Sun day excepted) at 9 a.m. ? Garra, daily (Sunday excepted) at 11.15 a.m.. . Manildra, Meranburn, Porcupine Gap, Bumberry, Bindogundra, Kamandrh, Parke...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

ITEMS OF INTEREST. . ? ^_ — — Fresh tenders are invited for the convey' ance of mails to and from Oumnock, Eurim* bula, and Cundumbul, via main road, twice a week, and will he received by the Postmaster General up to 11 a.m. on Monday, 20th November. ? Beyond the pishing of accounts no business was transacted at the School of arts Com mittee meeting on Friday night last, 'Topioa of the week,' and other items of intelligence are crowded out. Our readers will see, per our advertising columns that two tea meetings are shortly to be held in the Molong district, in connection with the Wesleyan Church. One will be given at Garra on the 22nd NovemWer, to be followed by a first-class concert, and the other at Barragan on the 23rd November, to be succeeded by an interesting service of song. The seasonable rain we have just had will no doubt give an impetus to these efforts. We heard one of Molong's lougheaded farmers boasting the othei day that he hud ever so many tons of hay, every vestige ...

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The "Express" and the Mayor of Molong. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

The 'Express' and the Mayor of Molong. ? ♦ — ? ? ' Our readers will see a brief explanation, within brackets, in our report of the pro ceedings at the special meeting of the Mo long Municipal Council, held last week, as to why we are not able to furnish them with an. exact copy of a certain document read thereat; To that we have nothing further to add ; but we wish to bring before the public the shabby treatment the Exrress has rePAl V£xA Anvtnn t.lia rtuar inoair of t-k'ti lio i« /la of the Mayor, and also his action in burning a documeut, the property of the ratepayers. When we applied to Mr. Black (the Mayor) for the application of Mr. C. C. Leigh ton (which was read at the meeting alluded td above) our representative received the following reply: — 'I burnt it (the application). The letter was ouly a private one, and I don't see that its insertion would do the Council or Mr. Leighton any good. The letter was not a public one and I don't want it inserted.' Then, after this, on ap...

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