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ROUNDABOUT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

ROUNDABOUT NOTES. - — ? ^ ? The death of Mr. George Seville, of Buth ti'rst, last week, brings to my tnind a good stbry which I once heard of a tr-olc -played by that humourist on a number of residents in a part of the Bathurst di trict. As poor George hus a number of frinnds in this district, there is no don bb the narnifive will be read with interest. It appears Mr. Saville had been to Sydney Hnd tetnrnel to his home at the 'City of the Plains,' fully convinced of the fact that a good I'lisiness was to be done in supplying frogs to the French cafes. Well, George told some of his frier d-- at the L-igoon, a small centre situated only a few mile-i fmni Barhnr.st,' what a splendid ch«nce there was of inakin« heaps of money, and explained h'u idna f»iMy to chem. With a good will, the secret fe^v set to work at night, under instructions fr--m the Bathurst w»2, to till three casks with the frolicsome frog, which av-r)nnd..d 111 huge numbers at the Lagoon. A few days Vif i'-f the hard-wo...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Mrs. Edwin Glasson writes a letter to the Mother of the Murdered Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

Mrsf Edwin Glasson writes a letter tb the Mother of the Murdered Girl. ? ^ ? The unhtippy wife of the condemnerl man Glusson wrote to Mrs Cavanagh, mother of the young lady who. was no foully murdered, «b 'Carcnar recently, the following letter: — 'Yaralla, Darling Point, Fri day.. .My dear, dear Mrs. Cavanagh, —It almost breaks my he-»rb huving to write to yon, but stern duty compels it. I hrear fiom Mr. Bennett of your kind, noble heart, and got up this ntorniui» from a siok bed to come and see you, but, to my gient sorrow, found you had lnfb Sydnnv. [am trying to get up an appeal for my unfortunate husband on the grounds of insmity, and I -?want to be assured thai you will foi»ive him, for you must know he whs mud- to do the terrible deed. The strong proofs of insanity iii the Glusson family show this very plainly. ' \AU who knew him can tell how good ami v- iltind he was, and how at variance with his former life this deed in. Do not, I implore 1 ' 'yo^i withhold your forgiveness...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

TATTERS ALL'S ^ Roaster Prise List. ^Queensland Cup, \ December lltli. At 5 each 5U,Oul) Subscribers Ab 5 each First; '5,01,11) j Second,. 1,500 ; Third, 1,000; S. divide, i,0')0 '?- N.s. divide, I'OiKi; 20 aV '50 'each, 1,000 ; 26 at 2U. ouch. 500 ; 1U0 a5 lu each,l,UUU ; 100 at 5 oauli, 500. Less Tetvpor, cent. ;; 245 Extra Ones. :??': ... ?: ???..??' :' ; ; ' '-'????? I '?-?! Summer Cujd, .December. 26. '?' AtilO'eaoli1' 10,000 : Sub's'erilJerV 'At' 10 each1 First,' 'ZiOiJO ;' Siicbiid} 500 ? ' Tltird j !3Dp''V ' a.*divide 40;' N.id.'aivule, .4i)(J '?- 'Lu\at 'oU^iiolii'VSiJU ;'2b:at 20 e'icii'^OO 5- 2O'at'!io eaeH)1!20O'1j''()0uut o';eaeh, 3uO. Less Ten per cent. 110 Extra Uuea.';-'''1'' ': :;;,;;? ;^rnngtjp^;f ^e'^;(\'; ?; ., ;, ;,-;*;;., ,(,- j.; -!tiff , Jju.qemuer|2(i. '-,i,{ j.y.v;, ???!;.' ;(?.-. ji t /, A t.;l6;each -v i25,0i.)i)j iSubsci-i bers..- y.-Ab' .10. each = ; . . First, 5,00i-'; Secoml, 1,500 5 Tnird, 1,000 j'Sv diviild;?l,0UO;.^.6:''c(iv.ide, ijOUpJ;»!20i-ab:i ...

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Questions by Dr. Ross in the Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

Questions by Dr. Boas in the Assembly. In the Assembly on Friday, Sir George Dibbsj in answer to Dr. Ross, said it was necessary for the owners of flower gardens to lake but a licanse for the preparation or 'distillation '?' of ; scents or essences from flowers an'd native plants. The arriounc charged was £3: p*r annum. Eight of these licenses had beau' issued during the current year' for scieiiiitic' purposes. ( . . ?? . ? ,. Mr. Sufctor, in answer to Dr. Itoss,' said i: 'was not a fact that a school Wot named Bruce Withers, son of Alderman Withe™, of Parra tnatta, had fainted on the 6th instant, owmu to being exposed during drill to the excisaive heat of the weather. The boy went to school ill, and fainted directly, after falling iiit-»: line, and was at once sent home. The heat ?was not excessive on. the day in' question ; the maximum in the shade in Sydnay was 74; Rnd at drill time, 20 mitm'eS to 10 'u- the morning, considerably 'Iors. Teachers ?were requested to exereise due ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

la the Insolvent Estate of F. G. Wilkin, Hotelkeeper, Obley. FOR SAIL. £3, The Overlander's Hotel, Obiey. THE Lease, License, Goodwill, and Furniture and Effects of ti)e above Hotel with immediate possession. A Bargain to bona fide man. Apply L. T. LLOSD, Official Assignee, Sydney. Or to, Mb. G.-COHKXT,' Obley. - Races! Races! Races! Molong Racing Club. boxing^-. dM? KA.CE MEETIXG, '????.-«; S/- Tuesday, December 26. ^ * PROGRAMME : ! First Race to start at 12.30.— OPENING HAN. DlOAP of 7 8OV8.. for all horses; distance, }? of a mile. Nomination, 4a ; Aeei-ptanca, 3s. Second Riu-e to start at 2.30.— HACK SKLLINGr RAOIC of 6 sovs., w.f.a., winner to bo sold immediately after the race for 4 sovs , an allowance of 71bs. for every reduction of 2 sbva dowr; to nil ; distance, 7 furlongs. Nomina tion, 6s. Third Kace to start at 3.15.— BOXING DAY HANDICAP of 10 8OV8., for all horses; dis taiict-, 1 mile. The winner of tho Opening Handicap to carry a penalty of 71bs. Nomina tion, 5a; Accept...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

TOYS I TOYS ! TO YS ! J. G. DONALDSON BEGS to inform tho Public of Molona; and its Surrounding Oiatiiots that hn will opnn during the coming week an inimense .vssotiment of Toys for the Xmas Season, which were speciilly selected by him from the bpst Hutiaea iu Sydney. Boys' and Girls' Toys from Id. Girls' and Boys' Toys up to^lOs. Cards iti Boxes! Curds in Packets ! Flat Cards ! Frin--e-l Cards ! Handpaiuted Cards! Cards for Children ! Cards fur Young Men ! Cuida for Maiden ! Elaligious Cards, ami Huuidurous Cards. In fact, Curds to suit all Classes, , & 'Prices from 3d. a dozen to 10s. each. FOR YOUR ' '. ' . CHRISTMAS AND NEW YE / R C/ FiDS Note the Address: — . .???..???? ?-;?.?:? ; J fi ;G . '? DON A LD..S 0 N ^Sa^ ? ? . |6pposite Post Ofj?ice HorKL), ? V1 j ? ''??.-?'.??.'? --?'.? ? ' ' '' ' ' ? '. - ?'-, ' ?'.'' ?:''':. .' f ; Has just 'Opened a Good Assortment of ;N EW ? SPRIN G -' G*O O D'S ; Crum's Floial Prints, Piinted PonjVes, B!6usps, Apioim, Lailies' iSnuts, Ne...

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MR. G. H. REID, M.P., AT NARRABRI. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

MR. G. H. REID, M.P., AT NARRABRI. Sydney Friday.— Mr. G. H. Reid, M.P., delivered an address at Narrabri last night and was well received. He warmly supported land and income tuxes, and advocated the reconstruction of the Upper House on the elective piinciple.

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New Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

' :-; ;: ?'?-?? -??'? ;.-a . (;...,.?;?? ' rj:'rr- [.?'? Slew Arrangements. | V; The Orange1 Auctioneers have advertised a change in their: arran^einenta in' connection with Hales. They will in future observe the same ruhy that yuido the salesmen at rlotoe liush with regard 'o payments, as follow :— J% (1.) That the terms upon which stotlt s'ha'^y.J l»e sold at the sale yaid« be cash, or cheque ? to be held for six days, at the option of the AgKiit ; that all settlements bo made at yaril^ i ni Til .i« i . . . mi day or Haie. in cue avenc in an aoHHiune .. sending »n order for Stock the Hamw must be; Mettled: for. within the six dajs. (2.) Purchvi.seis of stock shall pay exchange on their cheques except when drawn on a bank doing business iu Orange. (3.) In the event of any Put'chaaer failing to couiply'wiih Vhe '' terms obtained Jn Rule I, no agent shall give any credit to hucIi '? ??defa-ulf'er until his in debtedness shall have. : been paid. (4.) AH stock snail be at the risk of t...

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BANK NOTES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

BANK NOTES BILL. Sydney Friday. — When Sir Georgo Dibl-a moved the adoption of the report of the Bank Notes Bill in the Assembly last night, Mr. Taylor immediately applied for the closure, which was carried by 42 to 40. The report was then adopted on a division by 54 to 31. Mr. Crick challenged the vote of Mr. Hay en, member for The Hume, he being a bank shareholder. The third reading of the Bill is fixed for Tuesday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

ARE YOU AFFLICTED. ;- ' :',.:;i'J'';'-;:;?',;'- :^- .?'[:?::/:?: :\;%Mf:::- ' ? .^DYSPEPSIA, -????'?:-.-. ?'.-.. ?. ?'?.:?: '?f^-'-:typi£!£'- y '?' ;!CONrfUMPTlOjSr,';: ??'? ?' ??- '?' '»-?' '^HfXhii; ;;? ???' ; KIDNISY COMPLAINT, r. '. BAbKACHE,-' I:;:' i Si .:.-? i :;j, ??.-.:.:.?. AO.EING LIMBS, or. ,;?''.-'- -IVY V I i\v-l V '? . i' . LIVER COMPLAINT.., ........ If so, safe' reinedies are within you' rea'cli ht a nominal cost. (JLEMICNTd* TONKJ and. — FLETCHER'S. PILLS have never yet failed to cu. e the wprst cases. General de.bility, nervous'-: he»s, weakne-ts, and. general complaints of the digestive and nervous systems' are promptly cured' by these reliable remedies.. Tuey are prapared -by scieutific processes*); and aranotiiheivly.mebliauical mixtures made only to 'fjull the public.' 'I he .reuinviv;iGLilOil!]NTS T 'NIC ami F LKIGBER'S PILLS have woiV ia Australd^i^ is pioot of the fact that they stand preeminent for their special' ' classes of diseases. No remedies e\ei sol...

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ELECTORAL ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

ELECTORAL ACT AMENDMENT BILL. Sydney Friday. — lit the Assembly last night, the Electoral Act Amendment Bill passed its third reading.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

'.'. , .^^SSo^^jQ^S AND 1843, 1893. Insurance Company OF NEW^ YORK. A TTENTION is invited to gthe extraordinary **. development of this wondrrful Institution during recent years. ? The amount or Insurance in force Band the An ,nual Income have been I MORE THAN DOUBLED SINCE 1884. In that year the Annual Income was £3,921,009 18s. lOd lu 1892 it was £8,2(52,600 13s; Id , an increase of. £4,341,590 14s. 6d., or 111 per cent. In 1884 the Insurance in force was £72,236,993. At the end of 1892 it was £153,209,880, a gain of £80,973;887, or 112 percent. .-..Its excess of Income1 over Disbursements was £418,440 us:. iOd. in 1834, and £2.758,259. Is. 6d. in 1892. ' The Assets of the Company at the end of 1S92 reached the gigantic total of ,£35,951,572 ..4*. Half a century's .experience of Life Insurance dperations has enaoled The Mutual Life Insur ance Company of New York to guage the wants' of the puolic, the result being two forma of ''?tJemi-Oeiiteniiial Policies' : ?????! TH'u! FIVE Pli...

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MOLONG-FORBES-RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

MOLONG-FORBKS-KA1LWAY. Sydney. Friday. — The official openang of the Molong-Forbes-Railwity 1ms been de finitely fixed for the 1 8th December. CATTLE AND SHEEP MARKETS. Sydney Fiiduy. — Six hundred and thirty one wet e yarded in the former market yenter day; bullocks brought from £3 Is to £5 15i, and best beef 12s 6d to 13s1 per lOOIbs. Thirly eight thousand sheep were penned. The market was easier. Wethers commanded from 4s 4d to 10s 6-1, and ewes 3s lOd to 8s 6.1.

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POLITICAL POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

POLITICAL POINITS. ' . ? « ? .????? ?? ??:-.-.- ' Hon. gentlemen liave no more right to abIc the HniiHB to vote money for the unem ployed thun I have to itsk it to vote money tot the fannera. — T. Rose, M.P. ? * What! r«U IhihII Why not sell the air,- f the sea and the uky 1 — Bed Jacket'. Fmnk Cotton, M.L.A. (N.S.W.), Bays that an English clergyman, some 60. years ;ago, ;; invested £17 in N.S.VV. land, and- when he , died the other day the estate realised - £55,000. , ?'/,- Democracy means not 'lamas good as : j you are,' hut ' you are us good as I am.'—,, j1 | Theodori Parkek. ,,. | The brother of a certain Australiiini.TreB- ;i ? Burer has hwd five wjvea. H« married three ??':?. sisters in HUcceMtiou, hiiiJ then began -on : another family of whum- he has married two,/ - while a third Hiiiter lives in the bouee as i companion to ihe laHt wife. ; 'i ExtrHCt from n speech of John Moi'Iey'g ' - made a (ew-'ye-™ l-aok :-^-'We want to give ' to those who plough the ground, and who in ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

Hey! Hey! Hey! EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE Best Fruit, Best Bread, and Best Confectionery Is obtained at s R. THOMSONS SHOP IN BANK-STREET, MOLONG. If you have not yet paid him a visit, do not fail to do bo, beeuuse no place this side of Orange — and even there — can supply you with better tilings, botli as regards quality and FUBdHNBof — in the above lines than R. THOMSON, FRUITELtElt, BAKEK, ANDOONFEOTEONElt V BANK STREET MOLONG. JEW BAKERY. F. COFFEE BEGS to. inform the Residents of Moloftg and . Surrounding Districts that he has started busi ness as .'.... Baker and Confectioner AT LAURR'S NEW UU1LDINGS, And hbpea by civility and strict attention to Busi ness to g*in a fair share of patronage. HOT PIEsTSD COFFtfE. t& REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. SMALi~COODS — ::'iip'f ev.ery/descrujtion Fresh evury day.. — BREAD, SdfpER LOAF. OrCnfFTFH, General Storekeeper, The Best Store in Town For securing the best of everything at the LOWEST .'.; PRICE, POST OFFICE HOTEL. BANK STREET, MOLON...

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Molong v. Manildra Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

Molong v- Manildra Cricket Match. To .the Editor : Sir, — Vour Manildra correspondent/writing under date '7th inst. | (published' in yo ir last issue), has been guilty i ' of a most unjust and ungentlemunly attack ' on the Moloug CO., and his nccusitions are i ? bald-headed and are ii'oc borne out by facts; [ The Manildra-teani did not feel s'i outraged ' as your correspondent would have us believe,-' , U1114 IV IO C* LC«tyb »-»Jf*V 1/Htjr UI1D Wl I ** \J llfc UUT^IU at the. 'most behaved in a disorderly tuvd riotous manner on hearing of . their dismp; ; pointraent. The rerft of the Manildiai'es as. cric.keteiB and' gentlemen saw the ? affair w its right light, and: were! |frfeely satisfied; that if Molong could have fmuii-d its engage-; ment it would have done so. The Hutu fixed for the contest (4th :Noyen.be ) w-s a Wad? oneior most .qf the ? Moloi g . , | lay n.. The. ? ' bank clerks-caul'l not g--,, ai d m st. of the ; ! other members had important engagements, I and 1, am sure ...

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A Petition from Eugowra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

?A^ Petition from Eugpwra. A petition* signed by 125 residents of and aboukEugow-ayJb.us been forwarded, to Dr.. Rosa, M.P., for presentation to the Minister for Justice, asking for the establishment of n Court of Petty Sessions and ' a Small Deiits O-mrt nt Eugowrn. As things are now, people resid ing; at or near that place are put to consider able inconvenience und loss jihiouyh having to journey either to Forbes or (Judal, which is distanced 24 and 28 miles' iespei:tively, to transact wh-tt business they . may have in either courts. That the existing si ate of affairs is a great hardship on the lesidents of . Eugowra ho reasonable nmn will gainsay, and as the expHii.se of complying with the petitioners request, is so very paltry, it is to be hoped the iViinister will not l-e so stub born as to refuse the snpplicatiot\. , .

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Latest Telegraphic. GALE AT CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

Latest Telegraphic. ? ? ^. ? ?. — (from our spkcial agent.) GALE AT CUDAL. Cudal, Monday.— On Siturday the weathei was very close the glass showing 90deg. in the nh-ide. Slight showers fell at night. On -Sunday there were several heavy th inderstorms, and a fierce Jgale blew at night, .unroofing shops and doing other damage. Forty points of rain foil. Still heavier rain is reported on the outskirts. More rain is threatening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

HUDSON BROTHERS, Limited, CLYDE WORKS, GRANVILLE. Agents :? John Black & Son, Molong. bustdees —AND — MOWEIIS — roil— COMING v HARVEST. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED OUR REDUCED PRICE LIST WRITE US FOR ONE AT ONCE ! FIELD START WITH EVERY MACHINE. I 3 The 'BUCKEYE' Frameless Binder, The LIGHTEST, STRONGEST and - Simplest HINDER in the market, j , ' . '? Tie 'Buckeye' Banner Binder Unequalled for hill-side work. The 'Buckeye' lower, EASILY FIRST AND 8TILL WITHOUT A RTVAL. STRIPPM ' . . . j , * ? — AND— WINNOWERS — FOB — COMING HARVEST. SEND FOR DETAILS OP Extensive Improvements I With Engraving of our' . . NEW DAMP WEATHER STRIPPER. ALSO, HOWARD'S ROYAL PRTZE BINDER. ,.?'-...; Windmills, Improved Earth Scoops, Clyde Dmimimkar, PmaJIIiy and Woolpreaaes, &c. Engines, Boilers, Tallow Digesters, &c, CATALOGUE FJIEE BY POST. , THE NSW AMERICAN TOBACCO f Yankee - Doodle PLUG A RIVAL TO THE OLD AMERICAN BRANDS. .1 - - * ^ ? - i , ? At less than Manufacturer's Prices. . wi...

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MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

MANILDRA. Hay-making is in full owing here, |but the weather at the commeueement of the week waB not very favourable. On Sunday night we had a alight taste of the very heavy storm which Bt-ems to have given its full force to the Bathurst district. The light ning was very vivid, the darkness intense, and for tive or ten minutes the wind blew a regular hurricane as it came through the trees, uproot ing not a few aud scattering large limbs on all sides. I have not heard of any serious damage ueinj uone, ior * men me tanners anouici be very thankful. Messrs Lemn aud Spencer had two 600-gallon tanks blown off the station platf trin on to the rails, and al the flame time »n empty truck standing in the aiding was started by the wind and ran into one of the tanks, which stopped the truck, but only cime off second best, as it wasaniaahed almost entirely, So far, beyond a tent or two being blown away, this is the extent of damage that £ have heard of. On Saturday last the boys attending the U...

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