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Conveyance of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
Conveyance of Mails,. Tenders for the conveyance af mails between the undermentioned plaoes, for one or thive years (from 1st January, 1894, to Slat De cember y 1894)i by vehicle or on lioiaeback, are invited and will be received up. to XI a.m. on Monday, 16th Ootoher next.— ' To and from Molong, Boomey, and Warne, — ? three times a week. To and from Cumnock, EJimmWa* and Cunduaobul, via Maia Road twice a week. To and from Obley and Tomingloy, via Wandoo Wandong Station, Dilladery and Gundong's, once a week. To and from Orange, German's Nfl ill, Cave Creek» Cargo, and Oanowindta, tlnee times a week. To and from Woodstock and Canowiudra, Tia v The Islands,' six times a wee;c. To and. from Murga and Buinberry, once a week. As an Inland and Intercalonial Parcel Post is to be established on ttie 1st October next, tenderers should clearly understand thac parcels are considered a portion: of the mails to. be carried. No single parcel for conveyance by vehicle will exceed 11 lhs;, ot for- ...
They Say: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
They Say : (Collected by ' The Ohaiteker..') That some new players are forthcoming this cricketing season. ' That Jupiter Pluvius, the raining monarch of Cloudlsuid, has again been showering his blessings on this district. : : That his absence for. a month, or two would be welcomed by the yeomanry. That farmers will suffer heavily if there is.1 much more wet weather, as a few of the firnns &Lr$adv uhftw.'sitrnB of decnv. That the Parkes Independent is to be again- published as a bi-weekly. That Good Templar Dash was niiich :im pressed with our beautiful district during hia brief stay, lie considers it oue of the best in the colony. That Mr. John F. Wynne intends to con test the forthcoming parliamentary battle, for the Molong se«fc. ? That anomyous letters are flying about. That it is imperative, according to the Act,. that all who wish to become members of the local Fire Brigade must first of all belong to* some Benefit Society. ? ' '.' That the wet weather is playing; hayo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
Hey I Hey! Hey I EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE Best Fruit, Best Bread, and Best Confectionery Js obtained at R. THOMSONS SHOP IN BANK-STREET, MOLONG. If you have not yet paid him a visit, do not fail to ; do so, because no place this side of Orange — and j even there — can supply you with better things, both 5 us regard's quality and fukshnkm? — in the above lines than FRUITERER, BAKRR, AND OONFJSOTEONER BANK STREET MOLONG. NEW BAKERY. F. COFFEE BEGS to inform the Residents of Molonpf and Surrounding Districts that he has started busi ness us . \ ' Baker and Confectioner AT LAUKR'S NEW BUILDINGS, I . And hopes by civility and strict attention to Busi ness to giin a fair slmre of patronage. HOT PIEsTn I) COFFEE. lEST REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOUIW. SMALL. GOODS. ?' — Of every description Fresli everyday. — . ? BREAD, 3dTPER LOAF. ; J NEVILLE BUGS.. BEG- to thank the inhabitants of Molong for their past psitroim^'J. and desire to inform ^ thorn that thi'yare prepared to deliver ) Pure Milk at 3d ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
for ~ ~~~~ : I LASSITUDE, . I torpidity '??: I SOUR STOMACH, ?. , I INDIGESTION; - . ? ??;'? . ;' I HEADACHE, I BACKACHE, &c. I Take a couple of Fletcher's Pills every second §j night ; they are a prompt and sure cure 'mid give= ffi certain relief. m FLBTOHKRVS PILLS are a quick, rare and \ I reliable remedy ror ail uoiaplainfcs raiting from, 7 g torpid liver, indigestion, weak stomach, and -im-7' ' m purities of the blood. -They 'are' prepared on-' m rational and sensible ; lines and do not conuin a., W: particle of caLmol, gamboge, c r any drastic purj-a- ' M tiye, but operate by perfectly natuial me iris, by A stimulating. the liver and increasing the flow of bile },$ and tlins producing cudy evac^ationn and natural' v^ catharses without the annoyance and pain of ? riping ' M and purging. ' ? ?? ..3 ^ 'Bfware of the many harmful substitutes on. pale $ in many shopu. JS one are genuine nnlcos thijty bare - ' '; tlie signature of F. Moore (Jlementa on the outside; ij wrappe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
j. G. DONALDSON, NEWS AGENT, Stationery, Fancy Goods, and Tobacconist Depot, BANK STREET, MOLONG. JG. DONALDSON begs to inform the Public of Molong and Surrounding Districts ? that be has juat opened a New and Varied Assortment of Fancy Goods, Stationery, and Tobacconists' Requisites, Which he is now offering at Prioos to suit the times. FOR CRICKETING TOOLS— Spring Cane-handle Bats, English Balls aud Scurops— you cannot surpass DONALDSON'S Stock. LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS and Balls can also be obtained at DONALDSON'S. lUr Agent for the ' MOLONG EXPRESS' and all Sydney Newspapers. Orders promptly uttended to, and all papeis regularly posted to any address. Note the Address:— ' J. G. DONALDSON, (Opposite Post Ofsiob Hotel), IBANK. S T E£ ES E3T , MOIiONG. JOH^Tl^EILSON Has just Opened a Good Assortment of NEW - SPRING -GOODS. Crum's Floral Prints, Printed Po.njees, Blouses, Apronn, Ladies' Shirts, New Creppons, Fancy Silk Checks, Beiges, &c, ifcc. ? S TJ.TSOL WsC 3ES:St S3C O S S ...
ORANGE STOCK REPORT. J. S. LREDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
ORANGE STOCK REPORT. ?J. S. Leeds akb Dq. Fat Ca,ttle. — Eighty yarded. The market was firm at last week's quotations, especially for prime quality, Best beef made 14s per lQOlba ; mid dling, 12a to 13a. We sold 7 cows for Mr. J. Courts, Cargo, averitginy £3 17s 6-l ; 27 heifers and steois for Mr. Q. Grajuptou, Moonby, at£2 17 6d ; 20 cowa and liglit heifers for Mr. A. Crampton at Fat Sheep. — Market firm for good quality. We sold 1Q0 aQo'gets for Mr. J. Delaney, Eugowra, at 5a 8d. other sales were : i'30 ahoru ewes from ; Mullah at s b'd. Store. Sheep, — None yarded. . Store Oattle. —Good demand. We sold 3Q steers a.nd heifers for Mr. Hailstone, Mauduramaj 13 yomii; ateers for Mr, J. T. Paralow at 25s, Horses, —Good demand^ The wet weather in 'terfered with this week 'a aales, Good conditioned saddle horses selling well. . . Orauge, riept. 18, 1893.
SATURDAY NIGHT AT GARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
SATURDAY NIGHT AT GARRA. At his meeting at Garra on Saturday evening, Mr. Dash had a large and appreciative audience. The Rev. D. A. Gilsenan occupied the chair. The subject of the lecture was — ' From Father to Son.' As an introduction, Mr. Dash said that the golden age of every nation was when it drank water, and the period of its downfall when it changed water for wine, woing back into Ancient History, he showed that when the Babylonians were abstainers they ruled the world, but when they took to drink, despite their beautiful river, ? impregnable walls, and three years' supply of food, they were over thrown at the time of a drunken carousal by the Modest Persians— a nation of water drinkers. The Persians became wine-bibbers, and were in turn overthrown by the Greeks, under Alexan der the Great ; and such was the blindness of human nature that this king, who it is said. ? conquered all the world and wept because. there' was no other worlds to conquer, himself was overthrown by Ki...
Local commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
Local Commercial Intelligence. Tub following are tho wholesalo quotations : — £ a d £ s d Fowls, per pair.. .„ ... 0 2 0 to 0,2 6 Turkeys, per pair ... ... 0 4 0 0 6 0 Geese, per pair.. ... ... 0 3 0 0 4 0 Ducks, per pair. .„, .... 0 3 0 .-0 3 0 Eggd, per dozen ? 0 Q 5 0 0 7 Fresh Butter, per lb... .... 0 0 8 0 0 10 Cheese, per lb.,, : ... '-'.'.,? 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb... i;. ... 0 0 9 0 0 10 Honey,; per lb ? , ,,,0 0 3 0 0 0 P Qtutoes, per ton .., ... 5 0 0 5 10 0 Wheat, per bushel ? 0 3 0 0 3 3; Maize, per bushel, ? 0 3 0 0 3 3 Oats, per bushel, feed. ... 0 3 0 0 3 3 Ghaff, per tan.., ..,;?. 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ... ... ... 2 0 0 0 0 0 Pollard, per ton ..... ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Bran, pev ton.o ... ... 3 0 0 3 10 0
Tenperance Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
,Pk- ? '— r ? — ? ' .-? .. ? .. ...- 1 f epperance Mission. I ]?OK; ma y tears past there has been a Good / Templar 'wdije in Molong which has done good work ai1 not a few are thankful that they came' u^er ila influence ; beside this, much KO0dW been done by Baving the young men fr()jn/fiilting into temptatiou. For some little tiW p-w» however, the lodge has not been very TiL,i-rouij and the members thought that a visit /? '? I .. __ n£ 1 K a l..n Jinn r\rn si AYtCi f\T fna (I it /I £k t* fbii'ld not fail to do good, so they invited their (Grand Chief Templar (Rev. Wm- Lawson Dash) to pay the town a visit. We had the pleasure / of an interview with this gentleman shortly / after his arrival, and were favourably impressed / with his genial and kindly manner. Mr. / Dash is not only the head of the Good / Templavs. in New South Wales, but is I also a prominent officer in the Independent Order of Rechabites— & temperanoe benefit society. He haa been a magistrate tor several year...
Sundry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
Sundry Notes. This 13 how the W aloha Witness sums up the present state of stagnation : — ?' We are poor men und are willing to work, but we'vf jjot np^urk to do,' is the chorus of a son^fPM by^niforbimatea in the old country, and it nut?ht ring with truth from thousands of throats in New South Wales at the present time. Workers, it his been said for yem-a past, are wanted in Aurtralin, and uot idlei'H. Huge forems abound, but axes are idle ; land requires cultivation, but it is neglected — Chinese are the market imtdenera, gardening is beneath Aiiubralitms. The eight hour man with his own plot of ground seldom has a gat den, and the small farmer as a rule doesn't cultivate an orchard. Sheep and damper form his diet, and he's happy while he can run up au account at the .store, have an occa sional ' bust up,' ride afJasli horse, and cover liin neighbours £1 note in order to ?' back his fancy.' There was al yays as a last resource the thought that he could sell out to his wealthy^ squ...
A COULSON [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
A Coulson Fat Cattle. — Sufficient number yarded for present ' requirements, and prices remained firm throughout. I sold for Mr. H. Hurkett 15 bullocks, niuo weights fair quality, from £4 as to £5 la, averaging £i los lOd ; on account of M.r. Hazzard, 7 cow^, rough, trom £L lGs to £2 2s, averaging £1 18a. Beat beef worth from 13s to 15s per hmlbs. Fat dheep. — itfaue yarded by me, although prices still remain firm. titore Cattle. — Very few yarded, principal busi n»sa bding dune outside. I sold la head mixed for iio' 15*. Privately. — During the week I have disposed of the following lines : On account of Air. H. Hurkett '20 fat bullocks, Mr. Moiowan, purchaser; on ac count of the late Kussell Gtaaaou, tid store bul locks, Mr. G. H. Hebdeu, purchaser, both at Siitissiaot)ry figures. i Orange. 6ept. 19ch 1803.
Presentation to Miss A. Draper. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
Presentation to Miss, A. Diaper. FcOUMUNICATSn.! On Sunday last, after Divine Service afe if Garra, several friends of Miss Annie Draper if met in Mr. L. C. Young's house to tender || expressions of esteem and gratitude to Miss M A. Draper, who has recently removed toll Molong. This young lady for nine years §1 acted as organist at St. Andrew's Church, if and, with her sister, mother, and brothers, 1 has, ever since residing in the district, taken if much interest in the welfare of the church H in many ways. The Rev, J. Alldisspoke of | Miss Draper's diligent, patient, and perse- | vering energy and aeal, her eminent qualities, § aud exemplary conduct for. the good of the 1 church in the community, which bad been 1 favoured with her influence and graced by m her presence. An illuminated addreas,, m beautifully executed l-y Mr. Hardwfek, at M Molong, aud neatly mounted and framed,. II waa read and piesenled. The address was 1 worded us fol lo ws : — ? . ||| ' Dear Misa Dmp'eV, — We, ...
Alleged Assault and Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
Alleged Assault and Robbery. Last Sunday evening/ a Syrian woman. I named Mary Mascout reported to Senior-con- I stable Atkinsou that she had been criminally E assaulted and robbed that jtoorningjAtween 1 Larras Lake and Cardington by a ieM, who § has not yet been arrested. The woman, who 1 was carrying a basket and bundle containing § fancy goods, had in her possession at the § time, £10 in gold, five £l-notes, and | £5 in silver. The man who committed i the deed is described as being about 5ft. I 8in. in height, stout build, fair short I beard and moustache, and about 25 years of I age. He was wearing a pair of white mole- I skin trousers and a dark coat, and was carry- I ing at the time a swag, and coming in the I same direction as the victim of the assault, i Senior-constable Atkinson has been away || during the whole week in search of the 1 offender, but up to yesterday (Friday) after- i noon had not been successful in capturing! him. H
Molong Lands.[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
: MolonR Lands. Oilier The following selections wes's taken,' ;;p at the nbove office last Thursday :— Daniel Gray, 320 acres, 'e.p.s connty Gordon,, pariah Strathorn, Daniel Gray, 960 acres, o.l., county Gordon, pasiali Strathorn. Robert\Gray, junr., 320 uoro.s, p.p., couij'^y Gordon, parish Strathorn. Robert Gray, junr., 960 uor«fe, c,!., eonnJv Gordon, parish Strathorn. William Arrow, 128 acres, o.i., oovmty Qoti$-Jt\t parish Buckinbah. James Greive Seale, 40 aor^ -* ,g.s sounty Aahburnhanij parish Boree Njratig,
Lawn Tennis at the Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
Lawn Tennis at the Public School. — ? ♦ ? -? g AprBNDKD are the reanlta n£ thu different sets I iu the first round of il*e t^irla tournament for a § racquet, presented by Mr*. J- Noilaun ; — 1 Sarah Dorman (6) v. Auuie Parslow (20-. I Won by the former hy 21 points. : I Olara Charters (30) v. Bertha Ruble (30-. 1 Won by the former by 21 points. 1 Emma Piper (8) tr. Maude Horton (20). Won by the former by 16 points. Violet Garlick (20) v. Nellie Rom, (15). Won by the former by 15 points. Sarah Oahill (12) v. Una Weeke«:(25)ir-'-Won by the former by 2 points. . ? ' . lily Byrne (8) v. Enamie Parker (30). Won by the former by 5 points. 1 Hattie Parker (4) v. Lily Turner (30- Won by the former by 14 points. The tonrnament will beoo'jlimifcc5 -«ix.t ??--. -.?-.. #hen another one will be ooinnumftsfi .: .!-. boys, for a trophy given by th. Sel'soij. I
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
ITEMS OF INTEREST. Parliament assembles on Tuesday next. A New Zealand papor says there ia a de mand for the appointment of a Minister for Football. We oan go one better than that. There is plenty of room in New South Wales for a Minister for Boxing and for a Depart ?' ;;:'|nent of Ornamental English, otherwise r Known as profane language. For either of ? 'these, professors might be seleoted from the Legislative Assembly. Two Crown land sales will Uke place at Molong during the coming week — one on Tuesday and 'tother on Friday. Messrs. A. D. Eastmura and J. F. Wynne ?were witnesses in two horse-stealing cases that came before the Parkes Police Court last week. The accused in which was com mitted to take his trial at the next Forbes Quarter Sessions. A petition, signed by 51 residents of Eugowra, has been forwarded to the Post . master-General, praying that the daily mail - service to that place be continued. The De , , partment contemplate reducing the service ?with whioh Eugowra h...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
Municipal Council. The ordinary meeting of the Molong Muni cipal Council was held on Tuesday evening at the Town /Hall. Present — His Worship the Mayor (Alderman Black), and Aldermen McGroder, Windred, Paokham, Beveridge, and Lauer. MINUTES. . The minutes of the previous meeting were read and continued. CORKE3PONDEN0E. Outward communications were read, and inward correnpondence receiver! as under: — From the Under-Secrecary for Lands, in reply to a communication from the Council asking that the natural course of the Boree Hollow Creek where it runs,, -through tha municipality be denned, Btating that there appear to be no circumstauces which render it necessary to week the assistance of the Government in such a matter, as it was com petent for the Council to employ the services of a surveyor. The request therefore was not complied with. From the Electoral Districts Commis sioners, notifying that the area recommended to be included in the Molong electorate bad been attached, with the ...
CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
OUMNOCK. A-MoGK banquet in connection with the Cura nopk Mutual Improvement Society was held in the Hall on Friday evening, 15th inat, in honour of General Gordon. Each member of the So oiety was privileged to invite two visitors, the provisions being supplied upon the Good Templars ' Pound Night ' system. The table was tastefully adorned, and so well covered with provisions aud, light refreshments that the rem nants furnished a good picnic for the local sohooUchildren on the following day; At 8.30 about sixty person* (half of whioh were members of the fairer sex) sat down to the feast. Mr. Black occupied the chair, and was supported by ' General Gordon '(Mr. Howard) on the right, and Mr. Stevens on the left. Mr. A. J. Finch', seur., occupied the vice-chair, and was sup ported by Messrs. Leary and Thornborough, President aud Speaker of the Society re spectively. After all present had done full jus tice to the excellent spread, the health of Her Majesty was drunk (in raspberry water)...
A Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893
A Serious Accident A Cudal correspondent writes informing us that a very painful accident happeued to a young man named George Vincent, about 23 years of age, und sun .of Alderman Vin cent of that town, on Friday last. The young man was returning from Borenore, with a team of eight horses, after deli vei ing a load of wheat for his brother-in-law, Mr. Mulli gan, of Barragan, and just before entering Carman's lane, near Cudal, he applied the brake. A atone being jammed between the brake aud the wheel caused a squeaky noise whieh startled the horses, and caused them to bolt. Vincent in his endeavour to reach the head of the shatter slipped in a rut on the side of the road and fell before the front wheel of the waggon, which pissed over the lower part of his back. Before he oculd totally extricate himself the second wheel caught him on the elbow joint and tore the flesh from the wrist to the elbow, the bone protruding out of the socket fully a couple of inches, while the flesh was enti...