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Tea Meeting and Concert at Garra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

Tea Meeting and Concert at Garra. [by our special reporter.] Ck Wednesday last the 'anniversary. . of the Garra Wesleyan Chiirch was .celebraterh by | a tea meeting and concert, whicu took '^iiace I on that pretty portion of the Garra I reserve-on which the church is built. It is I almost needless to remark that the attend- I ancH on Wednesday was numerous. It I is never otherwise at anything the good, I hospitable folk of Garra inaugurate. Their I efforts are always, as far as my experience is I concerned, well supported by their neighbours I at the different little centres round about, while the more advanced Molong, is generally represented by a large contin gent, whose presence, of course, helps to increase the reward of the Garra people's labour. The weather was all that could be desired— what more can one say ? — but the f road from Moiong to Garra was terribly I dusty, and in Rome places required the atten- I tion of a few of the maintenance men whom our fat-headed Government...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

A Social Evening. „ ? — '? — ; — ♦ ? On Wednesday nigh', the '93 season of the Molong Young Men's Social Club was termi nated by a verv Nuccessful social, which eventuated iu the School of Arts. tSinc* tliu inception of the clu', plemint re-unions of rn luemtmrs and frteiuia have been held weekly, and, thanks to the splendid niaim^eiiitint of the coniniiitef, enoh gatheriii,; has proved a sourcH of tjreiii enjoyment to nil parties con cerned. S- much have the members and their frienda ttpprtwitited' the wetkly socials that i»enernl regret was expressed on Wed nesday that the heat of summer should deprive them ot the. hippy hvkiUuuS to which they lo-ike.il foi ward to for some time past. Like everything else, 'however, pleasure has its limits, but unlike in:my things, the enjoyment in this insiance has only »-l-rief end, for with the advent of winter next year comes these pleasant gathHrin^s again. 'Regarding' the Until social on Wednesday, theie was nothing to Find fault with. Every...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CUMNOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

CUMNOCK. Mr. Jas. Sherlock, an old resident of the district, passed nw.iy on Monday morning last. The deceased was carrying on ousinens as wheel wright, coachhuilder &e., and was highly respected by all who knew him. He was 67 years of age. The immediate cause of death was bronchitis and nsthma. The remains of the deceased were followed to th» cemetery on Tuesday by a large number of residents. Full preparations are being made for the Cricket Match between Molong and Oumnoclc, to come off to-day. Luncheon will be provided in the Cuuvnock Hall. A good wicket has been prepired and a close contest is expected. The district is looking well since the recent rains, which have much improved the crops. Mr. .Lean is expected to give a limelight entertainment here on Saturday and Sunday evenings. The latter will he a new departure, though the fact that people are expected to con tribute not less than sixpence at the door, aud that tire -manager reserves the right to refuse admission t...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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DISTRICT JOTTINGS. OBLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. ? ^ ? FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS, OBLtiY. The late refreshing- rains have made the aspect hereabout quite pleasant, giving a do lightful tone and ppwpect to our picturesque village and surrounding stations, farms, and gardens. A cricket match was played off between Ohella and Obley teams on the local ground last Satur day. It was well contests I, and watched with interest by a large number of spectators from the village aud district. The visiting team won. On Sunday last, the Aaglicari Church clerey iiimi im luuiung, niiu vno ir reaoyiorum clergyman of Dubbo conducted Divine service and minis tered to united couureijations jointly. It transpired that each of the rev. gentlemen had arranged to hold service in the Church at the same time, while neither knew the other pro posed doing so. Both met on Saturday, and decided to act in accord, aud when the congre gations assembled --d Sunday the church of which the late Mr. Strathorn was prime proinotur, was quite throng...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

?[, — ? ... - — —.. ? ji' 'the journalist defend the doctrines of the J-lr» .''lie approves ; let him criticise and' condemn thy parry of which lie does not approve ';' reserving always his rijjht to appliuid his opponents or cen sure his friends, as the truth nifty require^ and he ?will be independent enough fora free country.'

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

IN THE The Office that holds the Australian Record for 23 years work. Funds in Hand to meet Claims over ... £1,300,000 Claims paid in 23 years... ... ... 600,000 Reversionary Bonuses^allotted in 23 years ... 710,000 Annual Income over ... ... - ... ? 300,0,00. - Leaflets, Pamphlets, and fall information may be obtained on written or personal application to A. G. BLACKA.DDER, IMolong, Local Agent. OFFICES: 85 Pitt- street^ Sydney, ?rp-y[U^. /EVANS, :' . .? ,. ? Resident Secretary. ^jf^v^B^&s^S)^,. TRAC3S MAP-iK ' ^fssP'^F1?^,^,. -vj ^v. ? v SPECTACLES. Before buying Spectacles call an 1 h-ivethe. Kye thoroughly tosted Free, and see the famous SpMcialitti Spectacles, guaranteed oiip year. Pebble 'Spectacles,: 3s 6d,f and Sp'ecs^ i . ? ; ' . ? ? ;:' .'??? ???'?; ?,. i ?. :. ' from 5s. a pnii'. . ? Repairs to Spectacles a Speciality ; New Glasses fitted'frdm Is. each, New ' :^;. . . :- .-''?';';? Frames from Is. 6d. ' ^SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS fN Stooi.' -7 li PATENT...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

ITEMS OF INTEREST. . Mr, Fergus Jago Smith has definitely decided not to contest the Molong seat at the forthcoming election. A new fodder plant ('? Poly^oninm Sag halise') has appeared in Japan. In three weeks it is over six feet high, and a single ]-lunt covers more than a square yard. It ia easily grown. me exceedingly patneuc storv in cnnni! tion with the recent tragedy at Ciruoxr, ap pearing in another pare of thin issue, wan culled from Truth. John and James Stints, charged with the robbery of the A. J.S. Bank at Car.o, will be placed on their third trial «t the Supreme Court, Sydney, on Monday next. Several farmers in the Cudal district hav» started harvesting. The.y expect to have a fair crop, hue with light grain. Rev. Wollnston, of Trinitv Chuvoh, East Melbourne, haq married the sister of his son's wife. Query: What relation, is the son to the old gentleman ? During the week several of the Mayor's (Alderman John Black, J.P.) ft lends and ' admirers waited upon and present ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ORANGE STOCK REPORT J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

; OKAN^ifi riL'OGK itUJl'ORT - : J. S. Lbeds and Co. i Fat Cattle.— 120 yarded, the tinrket on the iwhole was firm at lant week's piices. In prune iquality a sli»bt advance w-,»s noticeable IJeot ;beef-;made 12-« to 13s per'lOOlhn. Wo sold— ', 20 steers and heifers for Messrs. N. Gitenby and Co., Jemnloni;, ave.r/iginy £3. '? I Other sales were — Porter's cows, £2 19a, Ridge's cows, £2 14s 9d. ; f Fat Shenp.— Market fitm for primo quality. Wo sf)ld 300 wwes, middling quality, fur Mr. RI. jOrowe, Enu'owra, f»t 2s 6d ; 100 lambs, Is 8d to 3a ' Gri ; 100 ewes for Mr. G. Thomson, VVarne, 4». Other sales were — Beverid^e's' ewe's 3.1' 10 1 ?, Martin's wethers, 4h Gd. ' . Store . Sheep. — Market firmer especially for wethers fattonintj'aiies. We soIcIt-71400 mixed hosiKetts, for Nicolas and Raymond,. Foihei, .it 4^ 4d to 4s 6d ; 400 ewos and lambs, Mr. 6. Thomson, 3s 3d.. Store Ciittle.-- 900 yarded, chiefly Queens landeis, there was a lart-e attendance of bnjera,! but from the low prices...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. The very satisfactory -returns furnished us lately by Mr. Thos. Morrin, station-master' of the passtnger and goods traffic on the- railway line between Molong and Forbes for the last few nidntlis, gives some idea of what may. , be ,, exp,e-:ted for some nirtdths to come.1 'That1 the same average of the last two months will he maintained for some, time yet there is every reason to be lieve ; although shearing has almost finished at mostof the large sheds, and (i ijroat quHn!. tity of wool has been despatched to ,the,( metropolis, thero is no doubt still a WgHj number of bales to be. forwunlel.. The har-. vest-that follows most, also tend towards the same end, for with the increased area tinder' cultivation and the very I'argH'yieM per acre usuH^bjyg'rtthered, there will be abundance of grain to be trucked to many different mar; kets. We may also reckon as ^considerable item that of live stock, which must neces sarily be reduced' in numhers on ninny of the? station...

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LAND NOTES. RESERVE FROM ANNUAL LEASE FOR TRAVELLING STOCK AND CAMPING. LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

' LAND NOTES. reserve from annual lease for travelling stoqk and camping. Land District op Molong. No. 19,140. County of Ashbumham, parish Boree Gabon tie, containing »n area of about 203 acres. The Crown lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on the left bank of Boree Cieek at thn north east corner of portion No. 18 (6-3) ot 200 acres ; and bounder! thence Uy the east boundary of portion 110 of 40 acres ; thence by part of that boundary eust and by part of the east boundary of the portion smith to the north-west coiner of portion 170 ; thence hy the north boundary of that portion and Uh ' prolongation hearing east to the west boun dary of portion 220 ; thence by part of that boundary north and by the north l.oumlary of the portion east to the west boundary of portion 108 ; thence by part of that boun dary north to the left bank of Boree Creek aforesaid ; and thence by that creek down wards, to the point of commencement, — but . exclusive of portions 160, 161, 189, and o...

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

SUNDRY NOTES. I We have juHt re«d that a cei;ttiiii tri^e.Jh I South Aftica enforce u rule that 'no speaker B siia.ll upeak in the deliateu lumber than he: can iHinain Htandiug on one lo(j[.' We tire filled with wild &'£.--[- i em Jnus. desires. Is it, uli; is it |)O«8ib]e fi-r our l«i»isladve tp adopt the suggestion 1 The O^poaitiou would, then he on its latit legs at once, and obstruction with one foot iti the political grave. Oh, wise South Africans, nerer more (in the face of such wisdom) Hhould we Bend missionaries to convert the Heathen ! A good deal of interest attaches to the position of ?. foreigners undtr the ne.w Electoral 'Act. Of these there' aie probably . some tlioUKands in the colony and quHHtions r»latii-g to. them are heiny constantly referred to the chief elec toral officer. ? TJiuler-'the Act no person' caa ohiain enrolment until he has resided in the division for a period of one year from the date of naturalisation, and letters of nuturali siition can on...

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Between two Fires. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

Between two Fires. ? ^ — . In the Legislative AsHembly, laRt week, Mr. T. Williams, member for the U\t\mi Hunter^ inade the following refeience to a. c«He; re cently disposed of by the Bench of JVlmjiH. trates at Merriwa: Mr. Williams said— L desire to draw the attention of tbp Ministwr of Justice, through the Attorney General, to a most glaring case of injustice which occurred at Merriwa the other day. A drover in charge of 5000 shepp trarelling from Queensland to Aberdeen was, under the' -Sundav Observance Act of Charles II.' fined 20s for travelling stock on the Sabbath day. Under the latest Act of this colony it in compulsory for a drover in charge of stock to travel his stock six miles within every 24 hours. The Act is clear enough on that point. It goes on to any that theie are two courses which will save a drover the necessity of complying with the provision. It distinctly Bays that be must travel his jStock six milps every 24 hours unless ' prevented by rain or flood,' but i...

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Drilling Children in the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 25 November 1893

Drilling Children in the Sun. Dr. Rosa, in bringing up the question of drilling public school children under the vertical summer sun of this colony, hns venti lated a matter of no trivial consequence. In Europe every autumn the army manoeuvres are attended with numerous canes of sun stroke, and last eeaHon much of the cam paigning drill had to be abandonded on account of the intense heat. Even the privilege of parading in his shirt-sleeves could not re concile Tommy Atkins to the imminent nftnnrpr nf inotlnrirmn n.inafrnlro Snruhr if fa ?wrong to expeot school children to do in the heat of the Australian summer what bentded soldiers are excused from in a climato hot wore severe. Mr. Kidd, flpenking for the Minister for Education, treated the question lightly, stating that the drill was carried out Tinder conditions which exposed the children to no risk. Yet the summer .ha8.Hoa.r.c.ely begun when a report comes from Parramatta 'which in not the hottest part of the cojony either, of a...

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

MUNTON— BRUTON.— At St. John's Church,   Molong, on November 22, by Rev. R. Seymour-   Smith, John Thomas Munton, Hastings River,       N.S.W., to Emmily Jane, daughter of the late     Robert Bruton, of Cumnock. THE MOLONG EXPRESS AND WESTERN DISTRICTS ADVERTISER.     SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1893.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

They say that J. G. Donaldson's display of Fancy Goods ia simply superb. LjoIc him up during the festive season.*

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LAND NOTES. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE.LAND DISTRICT of MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

LAND NOTES. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE. Land District of Molonq. No. 9,904 for railwuy purposes, notiGeil 25th September, 1889. County of A.shl-uni- ham, parish of Dulladeny, conlniniun; an area of about 370 acres. The Crown lands ?within the following uoundaiie-i: Commen cing on the south-eastern side of the road from Parkes to Molong, at the north-east corner of portion 80, Thomas Smith's condi tional lease of 300 acres ; .bounded thence on parts ot tne wesc ana soum umi again nu me ?west by an eaHt, the north, and again an east boundary of that portion beariuj; respectively south, east, and again south to its south-east corner; on the lemainder of the smith by a line bearing east to the west boundary of Richard J. Gosper's conditional lease 89-22 of 600 acres ; thence on the east by' part of the west boundary of that conditional lease and the west boundary of Richard J. Goh per's conditional purchase 89-42 bearing north to the southern side of the road pfommid ; * and thence...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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SUNDRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

SUNDRY NOTES. y ; ? ? '... ^ ? ^- ' ? \ ? ASothe''of''' the -perquisites granted to foreign M^:''s are/urioua. In Bulgaria they include frefaL-alegraphs ; in Denmark, a free seat in the Theatre; in the United States and additional allowance of £25 a year is made for each mem ber's satationery and newspapers ; in Hungary every Deputy can travel on the State railway in one class higher than the ticket he pays for. Prussian and some other of the German M.'s P. are allowed 3s for cab fares, etc, ' for each arrival and departure.' In the Netherlands journey money is allowed but, 'in order to satisfy legal requirements, a declaration has to ?Jbe, signed by the member that the sum stated in his account agrees with the actual payment. In the second number of the Australian in I, 1846, appears the following advt : — ' Daniol Cooper begs to inform his friends and the public in general that he has established a brewery for the manufacture of beer of drat quality.' A long' list of goods mid cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

CLYDE WORKS, GRANVILLE. Agents : John Black & Son, Molong. .' : .r , ? HORSE; GEARS. - m*ssmss^^* '. ? :-; ' ^P^^^^^i' Chafioiiftops. ° ' ' ga ^^^^^^^^^^^w^. : ' ?????' : ? : ' : ? ; ^ OORN-S HELLERS % Bl^iRr ; j^^^^^^^^^^m OnAOKtrio. ^^ i|J| ^^^_ ^^^^p|ipi^i5^r_^. In variety to suit all purposes. v^^^g^^K^^^^^^^^KjBji^^^^^S^^^y^' ? «5° TESTIMONIAL* OPEN SORjgtagH|ggSip.? = *i~g ^^^^^^a^g^lii^^^g^^^S^^Sf^fe^^^^^^^ inspection. ^p^r— — l,-— --' '' - ? -=-— ,T ? ^--^---:--^— ----??'-'' ??~T^.l,s:7^s;:,;' 's-^il. April, 1893.— 'Chaff-cutter and Horse-geai are Al.' May, 1893. — ' Greatly pleased witli Cutter and Horse-gear. Best [ have evei seen. Work splendidly.' May, 1893.— 'The Cutter is the best, Machine I evei put a slu-af of liny through.' ? ,' ' ' June, 1893.— 'I have much pleasure in announcing that the K2 Cuiter gives ui« every satisfaction.' . . ^ July, 18.93.— -'The K3 Cutter is o-»rain[? imo great favor here.' ; . July, 1893. — 'Your Horse-works purchased 12 mouths ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

' Bridget ?' ' What's the matter, Maria ?' ' Why have you seen Donaldson's stock 'Xmas presents?' 'No.' 'Oh, they're something beautiful !'* . . The Mutual Lifo Insurance Company of New York is, as statistical returns prove, the. largest institution of the kind in the world. To mark the completion of its first half century's business it has introduced new and desirable forms.of life a rid investment; policies, which are hoing. extensively issued. As will be seen hv advertisement in another column, this Company is prepared to appoint a first class local agent for Molong and surrounding district ; anid applications fbr the position 'can be forwarded to Z. C. Rennie, General Manager, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney.*

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WHAT MR. JOHN GLASSON SAID BEFORE THE EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

WHAT Mil. JOHN GLASSON SAID BEFORE THE EXECUTION. Mr. John Glasson when spokeu to a couple of days before the execution, was naturally much affected by the terrible position his brother occupied. The latter, lie said, did .not remember committing the deed for which he was sentenced to die. It was luvr.l for the public to believe it, but still he, his brother, believed the condemned mau spoke the truth. He maintained he was in Carcoar with the men, but his memory its regarded the .iiurder was a blank. He could not remember the men who. he alleged, accompanied huh to the bank, but he waa able to give a description of the two who, he' said he had noticed speaking to Mr. J. J. Smith, of Oarooar. Mr. Glasson stated hia brother did not even remember riding a horse to Blayney, but he had a very liazy recollection about being at Cauowindra. The unfortunate man was resigned to his fate, and slept well,, though at times, when talking of the murder,, lie waa down-hearted. The letters which ap ...

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