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Cricket. CUMNOCK v. MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

''.Cricket'. ; /CUMNOCK v; MOLONG. ' . On Saturday morning last n team repfosen.l.in.g the Molon«. Cricket Club started off fur Cum nock, ; there to meet in friendly combat an eleven., chosen from the members of ihelqcal orickKt^club. The drive out was most,, enjoy abiu as tliij.Metoi'in on the ..previous, -evening, had., subdued ,the; dust and gave quite a fresh-, appear-'.; ance to: the whole surrouudinys aloiitj the routu.-) The country -.between Moloirt; ? and Cum nook) looked splendid, but the fanners crops in many) ; places were not as: J400U as our 'yeomanry a' well-' wishers' would like to ? see them. The wheat' fielders were very : thin, while ilie ollier; crops' : were not as forward as- they should be. Some three or four' miles from Ciimnock a company of men ' were hard at work grubbing on a medium-sized arei, several acres of which were cleared'and planted with corn, which looked well, though it was not the hieghtit should be at this time(of the year. In a few placed .ha...

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

- Toys for the Million !' Donaldson has a marvellous' assortment. Make your purchases at his shop.* ? : l' ?;!i: '? '^ 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 -x; Annual Income over ... ... ... 300,000 Leaflets, Pamphlets, and full information may ba obtained on written or personal application to ' ' A. G. BLACKADDER, Molong, Local- Agent. . , OFFICES : 85 Pitt- street, Sydney. H. C. EVANS, Resident Secretary. ' :-^*»i^£l*-*^ REGISTERED. ^^^^e^ SPECTACLES. Before hirvMn^SvHChMcle's call' airl hive fci.e Kya tho.-iu-jlily U*.st«-l Fro.-, and seo the fumous ; Speuiali.te(SpVcuip!es).,t;u1iiaiUee.l on* ye.ii., PeMilo S^ecinc'les, 3s 6-l, and Speon ,(*:.;.:. .-,... ?-? y , from 5s. a p.tir. ; ? '?? -',...'-???! ??-?-? *--'? ?-??? '^j.'i1 ?„???.?.:;. . .' a L Kepairs. to Spectacles a; Speciality ; New Glasses fitt...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Husband's Liability. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

A Husband's Liability. . - A case was (says the Wide Bay News) tried in the SiuaM Debts Court, Maryborough,', of some interest to tradesmen. The plaintiff sued defendant for goods got. nnd money lent to his wife ; 'lin defendant objecting to pay on the grounds that he had forbidden his wife to obtain goods on credit from auy ex- . cept certain tradesmen. He swore he sup plied his wife with all goods necessary for fliH hniiBplinld. and fmvtt her 5s a week in money besides. The plaintiff's urged thiit a man was responsible for his wife's debts unless she hi-d a separate estnte. The Bench took Solomon's view of the situation and gave a verdict for meat supplied, but 'not for the money borrowed. Their view was that if the meat had been got from another than the butcher Hhe whs told to deal with, ic would not increase the household expenses, us only the same amount would be consumed. It see m h to be h law that should a husband forbid his wife to take goods on credit from a particular tr...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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HE KISSED HIS WIFE'S PHOTO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

HE KISSED HIS WIFE'S PHOTO. , Jnst before leaving his cell to meet his end, Glaason took up the photo of his wife and kissed ' it passionately.

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A Blind Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

A Blind Farmer. ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? 1 . ' . a ? Men I who can't make farming pay, should take a lesson from Ambrose Hallen, Toon gabbie. Trained in the lap of luxury, but stone-Hind from childhood, he found himself, when a man, obliged to turn about and' do something for a living. He didn't hesitate a day. Takiug up various little1 businesses on the land-he- made more or less of a success of' each; and then, some years a^o, established !« poultry-farm which now holds rank as the best in New South Wales, its. owner taking national prizes with a regularity which has now become somewhat, monotonous. Toon aabbie he '.'has laid out with his own hands, guided; liy reison and instinct alone, into what .might be U'rmed an artistic farm — -tha place tieing crowded with pretty little. grottoes (and vall manner pf o'her things t-- deceive the eye) ? wherein are. nests, etc., etc., without number. ' This -vast concern— for it is vast of its kind 1 . — the blind farnn'r mentioned conduc's with '?? ...

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GLASSON LEFT A LETTER FOR HIS POSTHUMOUS CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

GLASSON LEFT A LETTER FOR HIS POSTHUMOUS CHILD. , Of the very voluminous correspondence con ducted' by Giassoii during his iucaiceration, possibly the most interesting part waa that which passed bttween the condemned man anil his wife, between whom there would appear to have beeu a bond of sympathy and atf- ction asVjUeuso as it is rare. Ititereating, howevi r, as /(he tact of that correspondence has been, it becomes of only secondary value beside the epistle which waa wrincii vrj -uuwiii ciuuHit vnussmi \--- ills unborn child, and which, when it has reached an age sufficient to understand the contents will be read to it, arid, very possibly, by it, too. Thisletier wasnenned'in ilio24thiii3tai-t, and will be sent by the Governor of the gaol through the proper channel?. It is addressed to ' My own darling child,' and is subscribed, ' Y--nr affectionate and loving father and guardian.' It ia understood the communication exhausts four aides of closely-writtwti foolscap, that it is couc...

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Railway Station Buildings at Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

Railway Station Buildings at Forbes. The following particulars of the railway1 station buildings, -fcc ,- at Forbes are taken from the TlMES : — ' For the erection of the station buildingsat. Forbes, Dro'ubalgie, and Tichbourne . the tender of Mesurs. Featherston and Barliat, of Newtowh,- Sydney, was accepted, and their work, too, is just 'bout completed. Thev commenced operations on the 10th of August ls\st, nnd, ,ttikini» into account the nature nnd: extent of the buildings they have had in haridj.it is little short of marvellous that they should have accomplished so mhch in so shbrta time. ? Although they had a number of their own men engaged in connec tion withthe leading trades, they gave, em ployment 'o a large amount of local labour, and Mr. Biirbat, who has given the work his constant peisonal supei vision, is spoken of in the highest teims by his employees. The passenger station, which is of brick on concrete foundations, is 11 too my and com modious structure, and is adapt...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Land Law Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

Land Law Reform. To thb Editor: Sir,— The leading features of the manifesto submitted to the Minister for Lands by the representatives of the Coun try Party in the Legislative Assembly embody principles which are undoubtedly necessary for fair and equitable land legislation. But while recognising the moderate and practical tone adopteJ by the deputation, it must be admitted that there seemed something sweep ing in the request that no renewals of pas toral leases in the Central division 09 granted where the l»nd it* required for settle ment If the manifesto had said immediate or speedy settlement, it would have been more intelligible. It may be assumed that in due time every acre of unalienated Crown laud capable of cultivation will be required for agricultural settlement, but this will be the work of several generations, and it would be a suicidal policy to allow the land to be come, in the meantime, a kind of ' No Man's Territory' and a vast breeding ground, for rabbits, as is the ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

' New Time Tabie. / The following is the official time-table that ' heiB been decided on and which will come into force, as soon aa the extension from Molong to Forbes in taken ov«r by the Go vernment. The table only refers to the arrival and departure of trains between Orange and Forbes. ..--? DOWN 'TRAIK; ? ' Leave Orange ... ( ... 5 25 a.m. 'Arrive Molong ..... ''!..':; ,6.25 '». in. Leave Molong ... ... 6 50 a.m. Arrive Parkes ..,. ... ,„ ,10 5 a.m. Leave Parkes ... ' ....' 10 20 u.m, Arrive Forbes ... . '?.! 10:25y'iri.f ' UP TKAIN; '' ' ' ' Leave Forbes ... '.'..' 2 p.m. Arrive Parkes ... ... 3.10 pm. Leave Parkes ? 3 25 ,i.ni. Arrive Molong ? 6 55 p.m. Leave Molong ? , 7.20 p.m. Arrive Orange ... ... 8.25 p.m. , ' XJnder the new arrangement th^re will be a fast train between Orange mid Molong (faster at ail events than heretofore), one way occupying an hour aud the other an hour and five minute'. » ? Each way passengers will also be allowed twenty-five minutes at Molong for b...

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Jawbone Neild Knocked out. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

Jawbone Neild Knocked out. Many people in this country believe; that the. nine hours stonewall speech of' Mr. J. C. Neild requires, a. lot of beating- This is npt. so, however, for the longest speech on record, was that made by Mr. De Cosmos, in the Legislature of British' '.Columbia, when a .uteas'ire was pending, the passage of which would take from a great many settlers their lands. De Cosmos was ina hopeless loinoiity. The job had been held back till the eve of tne close or tue session ;iuuiks* legislation,, was takeu 'before noon of a given ,dayjthe,,'aqtv of confiscation would fail. The finy. before the expiration of the limitation De Cosmos got. the floor about 10 a.m., and began a speech against the bill. Its friends cared little, for they supposed that by one or two o'clock he would be through, and the bill could be put on its passage; .* One o'clock came, and De Cosmos was speaking still — had not nacre than entered upon his subject. Two o'clock— he was saying ''in the deo...

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Nomenclature of Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

Nomenclature of Fruit. ?At a meeting of the Pomological' Committee of the Department of Agriculture, lield on the 16th instant, it whs decided to make every effort during the forthcoming fiuit season to settle the nomenclature oi at leant Bomti of the varieties of fruit which ate at present known-by a different name in nearly every district. The only m«anR by which satisfactory results can be Hrriv. d «t are to ?obtain typical samples of the Rumo varieties of fruit grown in the different distiicts cf the colony, so that the locnl nan es can t-« cotu ' pared and any1 differences in shape, etc., due to climatic and other conditions carefully noted. 'V^itii this view the' committee have asked us to bring under the notice of 'our readers interested in fruit-growing, their de sire to receive- for the purpose mentioned, typical specimens of the various kinds of fruit giown ih this c'istrict. Should any of the fruit-growers desire to. hnvo any samples of fruit submitted; to the com mitt er...

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News from Coolgardie. TERRIBLE PRIVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

; .News from Coolgardie. TRRRIBLE PRIVATIONS. A letter has been received here by Mrs. Beasant, of Merewether, Newcastle, from her son Waltar, aged 30, who 10 weeks ago went to Coolgardie with his father. Owing to the scarcity of water the son went away to the 'new rush 90 miles distant, with 16 compan ions. They took as much water as could be conveniently carried, but lost their way in the boundless wilds. The daily allowance of water was reduced to two teaupoonfuls per man, and the pangs from thirst became intense. In this dire extremity young Bea sant determined to return to Coolgardie for nssistflnce, and commenced his solitary jour ney without delay. He had to travel a distance of 130 miles through an almost trackless waste, and iu a very exhausted condition. Before ieuching the end of his journey he met a party of miners also bound to the gold field. He explained the condition in which he had left his companions and begged the strangers to return to their assist ance. His reque...

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Agricultural Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

Agricultural Settlement. ? To THE Edito& : Sir, — It has fiequently been asserted lhafc tone of the reasons why land legislation in this country has so frequently resulted in failure is the official ignorance of pastoral and agricultural requirements. It ( is to this absence of practical knowledge, that we may trace the absence of any at tempt at classifying the unaienated lands of the colony, although their division into pastoral and agricultural areari would nave 1 * kt'wAtfAnfArl I Via ixf a ** nartnoon anaQn.V-i-Qanor n r\r\ farmer, and aided largely, in\promoting the 'progress of settlement. In/the new L«nd Bill we have another illustration of the man ner in which it is sought to do the wrong thing. In that bill it is proposed to- grant Iease3 of agricultural land not exceeding 1280 acres for each individual. If the land is really' suitable for agricultural purposes such an area is far too large for a single individual ; 100 acres would be rearer the Vmark, and if the l...

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Shall the Minority Rule. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

Shall the Minority Bule. ? ^ ? _ To the;, Editor : Sir, — We are threatened with an unpleasant --ur, nob altogether un expected result at the forthcoming general election, in the shape of the minority of electors obtaining a monopoly of representa tion in Parliament. By the establishment of single-electorates and the abolition of the £40 deposits we have increased the induce ments to come forward and attempt to secure the £300 per annum, free rail way .travel ling, and other, advantages secured by the posses sion of a Reat in Parliament., in nearly the whole'of the electorates there will be a plethora of candidates, and the votes will, as a matter of ourse, become so largely divided, that a compact and well organised minority will be enabled to cany many of the elec tions. If the electois wore divided only into -'d oi thiee political pat1 ties,1 tluV would not il \ter so much, but e^eiy political and social fad has a nuuibei of adherents, each possessing -i voto, and the 'trugglo to...

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An Extraordinary Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

\ Adl Extraordinary^ Outrage. Okange, Tuesday.-— Oh the arrival of fch« mail traiu from Buinke here last. niglfa.Uhrey-''' /Ming men were arrested iu a secona-class carriage churned with assaulting and robbing a ChinaniHn iu ihe carriage between Wellington and Mnin bil. it is alleged that one of the accused named Lee held the Chinaman while another man named Grimes picked his pockets, and that the. ttiree accuse*! prevented the (Jhinatnan from complaining to the porter at Mnuibil platfortn.. It is also said that while the train was iu motion the Chinamati jumped from the carriage win dow. On the arrival of the train at Stuart Town the other passengers informed the station master, who sent, out a search party and found the Chinaman lying beside the line in an uncon scious stale. He was taken buck to Welliu-jtou by a passing uoods' train aud placed in the hos pital, where it was found he was suffering from concussion of tlio brain and injury to the spine-. After the train left Stuart....

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The Dairying Industry—Advantages of Ensilage [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

The Dairying Industry.- -Ad vantages of Ensilage.; - .-' ?A^WRITER from Numurkah (Vic), to the' Mp^ournsl^ARGUS, gives the following in terJ^tiug particulars as to the advantages of ensilage to the dairying industry : — 'Owing to the backwardness of Lhis district in the matter of ensilage-making, the dairying in dustry is not making such rapid strides as might he expected in view of the number of creameries which have been established in the surrounding localities. Although all those who nave made ensilage are well pleased with it, and satisfied with the extra niilk yields resulting from using it as cow fodder, farmers who have not yet made any seem to hang off it surprisingly, while the supplies from the. cows have fluctuated in quantity and quality according to the season. A recent convert to the system of ensilage making is Mr. George Flack, ot KatungH, ?who last year filled a pit which had bt-en dug for an under-ground tank with mixed 'gieeu stuff and weeds, weighting the fodder...

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

1843. 1893. Insurance Company OF NEW_ YORK. a TTENTION is invited to the extraordinary x\ 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 18s. lUd In 1892 it was £8,2&$,600 I3s. U., an increase of £4,341,590 14s. 6d., or 111 per oent. In 1884 the Insurance in fore was £72,235,993. At the end of 1892 it was £153,209,880, a gain of £80,973,887, or 112 per cent. Its excess of Income over Disbursements was £418,440 5s. iOd. in 1884, and £2.758,259 Is. 6d. ill 1892. The Assets of the Company at the end of 1S92 reached the gigantic total of .£35,951,572 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 ' tiemi-Oentennial Policies' : THE FIVE PER CENT. DEBENTURE, . and THE CONTINUOUS INSTALMENT...

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RESERVE FROM ANNUAL LEASE FOR CAMPING AND WATER SUPPLY. LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

reserve from annual lkase for Camping- and water SUPPLY. Land District of Molostg. No. ? 19,058. County of Asliixirnham, parish of Molong, containing an .aiea of 16 acres 2 roods 30 perches. The Crown lands ?within the boundaries of measniod i«oninn 265, — as shown on plan catalogued A. 5,095 1,770. Note. — The above includes reserve 15,719 from sale for camping and water supply, notified -28thl May, 1892.

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What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

What We'd Like to See. Business brisk during the coming 'Xmas, and everyone having a happy time of it. That cricket mutch between local Civil ser vants and bank officials v. all comers — who will be the victors 1 , - The long grass on the recreation -ground mown down. Molong defeat Orange iu the coming lawn tennis ma-ch, The Garra reserve thrown open for village settlenieut. As la rgfi a congregation at divine service every Sunday as was present lust Sunday: evening at St. John's. The sketches taken by the caricaturist atf the Garra concert last week. : Some of those tremendous large 6rIi which have lately been captured by the disciples of Walton in the Bell River. : :' The meeting of the local race club on Boxing Day well patronised. ., ... The Manildra ciicketeis consent to meet a Molong team. . Several of the large landed estates in this district cut up into small areas and' thrown open for selection at a small veutul. '- Certain families at Gan a Hiuk their little petty differen...

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

Hey! Hey! Hey! EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE Best Fruit, f Best Bread, and Best Confectionery Is obtained at ( R. THOMSONS \ ? SHOP IN/BANK-STJiBET, MOLONG. ; I ? '??: 1 If you have not yet paid- him a visit, do not fail to ?, do so, because no place this side of Orange- — and even there — can supply you with better things, ?both as regards quality and FUKSitNEsf — in the above lines than R. THOMSON, FRUITEIIER, B AKKR, AND CONFE JTCONER BANK STREET MOLONG. NEW BAKERY. F. COFFEE BEGS to inform (lie Residents of Molong and Surrounding Districts tliat lie lias started busi- ( ness as . Baker and Confectioner AT LAUKlt'S NEW BUILDINGS, And hopes by civility and strict attention to Busi ness to g tin a fair share of patronage. HOT FIKS AND OOFFKE. t&sT RKFJBESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. ( SHALL GOODS . — Ot' every description Fresh every day. — BREAD, . -3d.'pBR LOAF. General Storekeeper, The Best Istore in Town For securing the bent of everything at the LOWEST V PRICE, POST OFFlCli HOTEL. BA...

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