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A. COULSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
A. Coulson. Fat Cittle.— Owing to the large numbers brought forwatd, prices showed h daoliue upon recent rates. I s-.Ul h small draft of cows for M . .1 Daltoti tf-'tn t'2 2* t-i £2 9s. Best beef wjith frotn 10s to l'2s per 100:ba. Fat Sheep. — No alteration upon recent re ports. Siiv«,t C;it tie. — Market quiet, except for locals -}*i «ond niiloli cowa. 1 sold a few head of yomik! heifers with caives from £2 to £'2 la. Horses. — The market was well supplied before a Hood attendance of buyers. All useful de scriptions offered met with a ready aale. Isold for Messrs. Middleton ISn.s. 6 head (uiihrokeu) from £3 6s t-- £'5 17*; »» account of Mr. W. Ivors. 2 head at £5 Is and £7 10s ; on account of M-. R. Stiutaou, 3 head from £2 48 to £6 2a ; on ace .tint of Mr. E. Copsey, horse, w-i^oueite, and harness, £14 6i ; and for viirimis owners,. 10 head ransjinu from =01 2s 6d to £4 5s ; also the iauiui» pony ' Waratah ' for £29 10s. Orange, 27th November, 1 893
ORANGE STOCK REPORT J. S. LEEDS and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
OllANGK STOCK; RE L'ORT J. S. Leeds and Co. Fat Cattle.— 100 yarded. The market was firmer for prime light weights, heavy cattle were dull --f sale. Best quality made 12a to 13a per JOOibs. We Bold.— 60 ateeis and heifers for Messrs. N. A. Gatenby I and Co., JemaloiiK, averaging £2 15a. 7 cows for Mr. C. B. Blackweli, to £2 10s. Fat Sheep. — 400 yarded, prime scarce. We eoltl 109 mixed aheep for Mr. John Mills, Stuart Town, at 2d 6.1. Store Cattle.— Market dull. We sold 100 bullocks for Mr. J Boa-d at 40s, cuIIb 21s ; the Mill'uiuera bullocks were passed iu unsold. Srore Slietp— None yarded.' Horses.— Market tinn for uood sorts, others dull --f 8alu. Vte Hold 20 ht«»d for Messrs. Campbell, Culnane, Bairatt, Lewis, Miuehau, Walsh, NVailiH, Allan, and others.
VOLUMINOUS CORRESPONDENCE. A TRULY AFFECTIONATE WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
VOLUMINOUS CORRESPONDENCE. A TRULY AFFECTIONATE WIFE. Since his sentence Glasson has been daily re ceiving numbers of lettets from his brothers and slaters and wife. He stacked them on the table in front of him, and while frequently poring over the contents of his wife's epistle* ho occasionally burst into expressions of grief. In front of him on the table always stood two photoe of/his . wife, one taken just before she was married and the other when she waa.about 13 yoarB of age. These have been sent to him since his' confine ment in the condemned cell, and on the backs of them are written by his wife in a bold hand, ' From your true and devoted wife Queenie, N'-vember, 1893,' and 'Think of the dear little girl who always loved you truly.' He had Vsi-;- small Bible which was given him by Mrs. Glasson. : He had written several religious sentences on nearly every le»f of the book. He kissed the Bible and prayed fervently during the spiritual ministration of Dean Marriott and the Rev....
AFFECTING SCENES. DEMEANOUR OF THE CONDEMNED MAN. HIS HEART-BROKEN RELATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
AFFECTING SCENES. DEMEANOUR OF THE CONDEMNED - ; MAN..^ ? ??./,-? ?? . ; HIS HEART-BROKEN RELATIVES. 1 Visitors saw Glasson almoBt daily '.up. to ; last Tuesday and some of the parting scenes between him and his relatives have been extremely affecting. He has preserved throughout . a wonderful amount of calmness and selfposses sion and there has been, excepting on rare occasions, an absence of that hysterical crying and distressing emotion which were so notice abld at the first. His conversation has been such as to make more than one of those whose duty called them to guard him and come fre quently into contact with him, to feel ihit he wa,s deserving of the deepest pity. He evidently had an aptitude for' writing, and his corres pondence has been occasionally of a lengthy character. His letters to his mother have been moat pathetic and couched in language which is indicative of great love. Throughout the whole' proceedings he has maintained that he was unconscious of what' tran«ipir...
THE REV. MR. LIVINGSTONE INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
THE REV. Mb. LIVINGSTONE INTER VIEWED. Interviewed just after the execution, Rev. Mr. Livingstone expressed his conviction that Giasson had died thoroughly penitent of such sins of omission and commission as are/;omnnm to all men. Also, that during his niiui/, ^inter- views with Glasson the latter had reiterated the statement of his innocence as sent to the Execu tive. Asked if it was the one which embodied^ the 'dream' theory, he remarked : 'Well, Ijfis (alluding to Glaason) gave it As a fact.'
BARRAGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
BARRAGAN. It is with pleasn/e I note that the teameet ing and service of Hong' at, Barragan I'ARt wuek proved a very tjreat success. The- weather was all that could bu desired, and thn attendance both at the tea and after-meeting was very lar«e. As ia usual in the district, the edibles were partaken of. in a large bush shed, erected for such occasions, and Die good things pro vided, both iu their quality and abundance, did infinite credit to the ladiea— Headlines Thomas, Whitney, Alaish, and baloombe— who most generously provided the tables. The tables, indeed,, were splendidly, arranged and appro priately decorated with flowers, and everybody evidently had a pleasant time. Amusements were indulged in by the young people with their rUaual zest until dark, when the musical part of the day's pn-i;iamme emmenced. The hall whs densely packed, and in order to have plenty --f fresh air, and also give those who were un able to get inside an opportunity of seeing and hearing from the outsid...
DISTRICT JOTTINGS. GREGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
DISTRICT JOTTINGS; — » ? » ? r- FROM OUK OWN bORRBSPONDENTS. GREG R A. Thb weather during the last fortnight has been all that could be desired. A passing shower visited Us lust Friday night. At first I thought we were goi,ng to h»ve a repetition of the pre vious Sunday niitht's storm, whioh did consider able damage . to the orchards, in the way of breakinit and blowing; down trees. I believe Mr. W. Allen furtd the worst, as considerable damage was done to his orchard. Hay-making ia now in full awing, and I regret to record a very poor cut indeed — in fact in many places it scarcely pnya to run the machine over the ground. Judging from the appearance of the early crops of wheat, strip ping will be commenced in about a fortnight. ? Our quiet little corner was awakened up last week when it beewne fully known that another wedding wa* to be celebrated here. This year, no doubt, will be remembered as the matri monial year -for Gregra, for a great many wed diiigtt have token place here du...
THE PROUDFOOT ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
THE PROUDFOOT ACTION. SyDnby, Kridnv.— In the Assembly last nitrht, the Premier laid upon the t-«ble a letter from Mr. Robert Smith to Messrs. Froudfoot's attorney, urging the diputs be tween the contractors and Railway Cora miKsioners be submitted to a friendly suit in Equity. The Hons. E. Barton and R. E. O'Connor admit having accepted briefs for Mr. Proud foot in hid action against the Railway Com missioners, but refuse to make any statement until Mr. Lee!s motion comes before the House next Tuesday.
THE REVENUE FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
THE REVENUE FOR NOVEMBER. Sydney, Friday. — The revenue for November amounts to £875,750, being a net increase of £95,000 over the shiuh month lant year.. The increase is wholly due to the receipt of £1 16.000 for occupation licensan, which heretofore waa received in December. But for this amount there would have be*n a deficiency of. £21,000. The Customs, Excine, SiampR, Railwayn, nnd Telegraph receipts hIiow a consilera'ile shiinkn^e, while the Lmd and Post Otfioe revenuo show a subslantial increase.
MELBOURNE BABY FARMING CASE. A STARTLING DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
MELBOURNE BABY FARMING CASE. A STARTLING DEVELOPMENT. Melbourne, Thursday.— During the hear ing of the Btunswick baby firming cmes to day, Mrs. Knorr made a long statement on oath, giving the Htoiy of her life. She swore that the biihy, of whose murder she is Accused, died naturally from convulsions, and not. from anything ihut was done to it by her. She was too frightened to tell the police of this, and so borrowed a shovel from « ..«? ..I. Urtti ?? un/3 t-i«iurl tn A\iv lfa m-ava in f*.Kie. \ hack yard ; but, as the ground was too hard I, she confided the secret to a man named I Wilson, who undertook to bury it in Davies \ street.. Later on she had a' baby girl to \ nurse, and after this she received a child I from a girl she didn't know, and which was ! in a filthy state. The- child was very ill and died the same- night as sha received it, and ; she buried it in the yard where the other \ had been placed. Whilst doiug this the I constable suddenly cume to her about the I resist 1...
MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY BILL. Sydnky, Friday. — A lengthy discussion took place on t'ne 23 u! clause of the Mining on Private Propeity EJill. Mr. ChapniHn'f* Hinenilinent limiting the area of lewsea to five instead --f 20 asieVwas eventually cart ied sgaintn the Government by1 a majority of 46. The rfinaining Clausen were t»aHN«d with a few minor amendments. The report was adopted and the thiid reading of the Bill fixed for Tneslav next. A new cUuse was added to thp Bill giving the land-owners' power to come to a private arrangement with thn holders of miuerH* ri.hts w«^.^miEht desiie to work the ground.
C.P. CERTIFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
O.P. CERTIFICATED Certificates upon the undrrnienti'mpd'con ditional ptuchase.s will tie issued,' ut 'lie expiration of thirty days from the 17ih November : — Win, Frecklington, Molong, 43 ucrcs, parish Bowan. T. Mulqueeney, penr., Molong, 60 aor^M, parish Moura. Commercial Bank of Australia (Limito(l), J.M.. Atkinson, Molong, 160 acres, paiish Edinburgh. Patrick Ryan, Molong, 80 acres, paiish Barton. The Union Bank of Australia (Limited),' F. T. Jenkins, Molong, 240 acreH, parish Nanami. Daniel O'Neil, Molong, 100 acres, parish Cargo. Representatives of the late Patrick O'Neil, Molong, 40 acres, p.irish Cargo. T. P. Grant, Moloni?, 180 acres and 4G pcres 1 rood, parish Colhtt. W. P. Nash, Molonu', 68 acres 2 roods and 40 acres, pariah Toogong.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
A Merry 'Xmas to AH! Fresh Garden Honey. JAMES PACKHAM, STOREKEEPER, WATSON STREET, MOLONG, Wi'H, from next week, have a large quantity of BEAUTIFUL GARDEN HONEY, which he '' will retail at 4d. a 1b. Thk Best and Frkshkst Honey ijt thb Mabket ! Don't Btrr Awr other ! Tdx it 2 J.P. is also a purchaser of all kinds of Poultry, for which the highest prices are always given. REQUISITION. TO JOHN BIACK, Esq., J.P., MAYOR OF MOLONG. SIR,— We, the undersigned, Ratepayers of Mo long, having heard of your intention of retir ing from the Council, most respectfully request you to reconsider jour decision and allow yourself to bo nominated to fill the position of Alderman at the forthcoming Municipal Election. Hitherto we have been well satisfied with your devotion in our in terests, and are anxious that you should continue to represent us in the future. ' We are, dear sir, your3 respectfully, Andrew Ross, M.D. Jainos Haslam J. P. Paton Jas. Gh Donaldson Geo. E. Hunt P. F. A.Zinna William Daly ...
Newspaper Men. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
Newspaper Men. It is a riot uncommon belief that the men who conduct newspapers are the biont phila.11 trophic of mankind ; indeed, so much so that nearly all the work is supposed to be done PRO BONO publico. The payment of editors, reporters; book-keepers, compositors, machin ists,' office boys, hinders, folders, and the ?whoje OMNIUM GATHERUM neceHsary to carry on a large concern, is all done upon the purest motives of spontaneous generosity— a mere outlet tor their stupiua wealth and superabundant energy ; at least we are some times led to these conolnnions l-y the fact that very many newspaper subscribers cou-: aider the payment of their debts to the news-; paper man is not at all an urgent matter. Once a year (if at all) they think quite hiWR ciently often to replenish the coffers of the man who deals so doubtfully, and so mi'ivhly ' they throw his reminder liehind the fire, or in the waste;paper bttsket. and pi ay that neither he nor his assistants may he any ihe worse' off fo...
POSTAL INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893
POSTAL INFORMATION Mails close at the Molong Post Office as under: — Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, &c.,. daily (Sun day, excepted), 5.,45_ p.m. ; .Letters with a late fee of 2d. may be posted till 6 d m Garra, daily (Sunday excepted) ab.7.30 a. in, Manildra, Meranburni, Porcupine Gap, Buinberry, '- Bindogundra, Kamandra. Parkes, Forbes, and Condobolin, daily- (Sunday excepted) at 6.45 / a.m. ; with a late fee of 2d. oill 7 a.m. Oumnock.Yeoval, O.bley, Tuesday, Thursday, and ' 8aturilay, at 7.30 a'. in,. ' ' Dilga, Tuesday and Saturday, 7.30 a.m. Cundurnbul, Tuesday and Saturday, at 7 30 aim. Boomey and Warne, ;Tuesday, Tliursdiy, 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,1 Molong, and are1 i eady for delivery as under : — , , Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, . &c, dady Sun day excepted) at, 9 a.m. .Qarra, daily (Sunday excepted) at 11.15 'a.m. Manildra,' Mrtraiiburn, Porcupine Gup, Buinbe...