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

' Where nre you sjoinar, Annie?' To J. G. Donaldson's Fancy Goods Shop to Bee and buy doina of his lovely 'Xinas and New Year Cards.* REDFORD & CO., PHOTOGRAPHERS, .GIDLEY STREET, ,MOLONG, (At Mr. A. Parker's, Saddle and Harnes«*maker). THE above tirm desire to acquaint the public of the town and district that they have established a Studio at the above address, and solicit the patronage of residents. . Messrs. Redford & Co., will, if requested, visit private residences,. stations, &c, and take photos of places. - Family groups will alto be taken either at the studio or lesidence. Prices to Suit the Times. LOOK THEM UP! PHOTOGRAPHS. PORTRAITS. DON'T MISS IT. LATELY FROM ENGLAND. On and after the 7th. of DECEMBER IK BANK STREET, $g° Close to 'Express' Office, W. G. Middleson Edwards.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Abolishing the Zigzag. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

A.T)olishing . the : Zigzag. The proposed deviation to ilo away wit li thft j Lithgow Zigzag will be aliout two miles, ^' ot , which will l-e through !a tunneli The deviation will leave tlae line at Dargan Cieek,' and join it again at the end of the Lower Zigzag. A' double line will be made through the tunnel, which will therefore b« a wide one. The gnul« will lie reduced from one in 40 and one in 32 to a uuifotm one of one in 50. The cost or the line is estimated to amount to £225,000, but the Premier says he proposes to awk for a vote for £250,000, in order to take out some of the curves just V)efoie' coming to the deviation, and thereby make the line Htraighter. The inteiest on the coat of the deviation will amount to X9000 per annum, but the Com missioners estimate that there will lie a saving of £10,000 a year in working the line thus showing a cleat gain of £1000 per annum, besides ensuring greater safety and speed. The time of the journey will naturally be appreciably reduced...

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

POLITICAL POINTS. . Here ara a few noble words from a paper in The Review of the Churches, i-y the Rev. J. JBYoine, Wilkinson :—' A hiindrpd yenrs a«o the sun of prosperity Hwone only on those, labourers (in En'glund) wdoH.e, cottages.; had. land attached to them ; it was tlie same in 1834, 'arid it'is the same now. Land re form is the liinye ion which all other. 'social' preforms' must work. But'- it'- we help forward such a policy we shall 'be' 'placing in power that political party iv li-- will. disestablish ynd -disendow thp National Gliurch'. '?'?' Is that a reason for deiiyihu'justi'ce,' turning a; (leaf na'r to the lanouier's- qry.foV' lielp, neiilecting '-pur duty to God?sp;K)r'1: Perisli!i ilie' ,£;s.d.h;triat; , nre bound '?? ufr W;ith the ; esta ' il ish hneiitv :if 'i t: 'beso.'' ?'?'??'??- ?'???'? i;i' '!)n . ?--'ih W-..»h-; ? ? 1:-;:;i -? ?? ??;.-??._?,?, -i' ?,.».;,.??:. Q{;|. .?:.-, ;,?. Rough : on M^h. P. M's. B.1 travelifree onv N,S. W. ?.'G-iivernin'enti'rrfini.wa...

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SUNDAY SERVICES. ST. JOHN's (ANGLICAN CHURCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

,i: .-,., ' . .. SUNDAY ;'sE.i{,V10lid ,...' vST. JOUN-'S, (AnGLIOAN OttUKUH ) Molong— .Eye': i.#y S^iudjij'.'ll^a.ini. aud 7 30 p.m. Sunday School, 9.'30 a.in., aiid 3 p.m. ' ' ! !?''?' Country1 Churches. ' ? r '?First .Sunday 'each ' month— Warne, 11 a.m.; - 'Beri, 3-i p.m. ;':Garra,..3 - p.m , Bible and , ;Catechistn,-i. 15: p.m. j.Oatombals (lay ser . .Mvice) 3 -p.jm.,,) ...,, '...= .1):; ,. , , ( } Second /Sunday — Yuljundry,, 11 a.in ; Cumnock 3 p. in. ; Amaroo, 3 p.m.; Catechism, &c, ' 4 15 p.n..; ?',':'? ??' _'?'?'. 1!' Third' tdurid'dy— Warne, ll a'.'tn. ; Ben, 3 pm. ' ' ' Catechism'; Ac., 4.15plin.'; Gaua, 3 p m. Fourth Sunday— Yullundry, 11' a in , Cumnock ?; ? 3p.m., Garra (lay .service) 3 pm, Cate . ? chistn, &c, .4. 15 p.m. ; Amaroo, 3 p.m. Quarterly — Catqmbals, . 11 .a.m. ; Cumuock, 3 : p.m., 'Holy Coininunion, 4.15 p m. . Holy, Comihuuiou at Molong first Sunday in! the month (at other churches as pre-aunounced). Baptisms ^-Monday and Wednesday, 4 o'c...

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

CHURGff^BRA/ICES.- * ? — « — _^_, Appbndbd are the, church appointments, in con- , nection with' the local Wesleyan Church, far to- 'W/ morrow' and the folio winy, Sunday :— v {- jf' l ''? ' 3rd December. ', ' *' ' Mol-oiit-;, 11 a.-tiii — Mr. J. Morris ' / ? Molong, 7 p.m, — Mr. G. Anderson. ? '? Grarrii, 3 p. m. — Mr. G. Anderson. t Oudal, 7. 30 p in.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Red Hill, 3 p m.— Mr. F. Baker Cum'noclc, 3 p.m.— Mr. F. 0. Stevens. Cargo, 11' a.m. -Rev. D. K. Gilsenan Lockwood,- 1.30 p.m. — Rov. D. A. Gilsenan. ! ? : * ' ? ; ?-? ;, . ?? ? 10th December. t '' Molong, 11 a.m.T^-Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. ' ' : . ??fMolo.iiK, 7,30 p.m.— Mr. F.C. Steveus I,,, Garra, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. i ?:-, Gaivra, 7 p.m. — Mr. J. Peak ham. ? ..MeVa'nbuin;'7'30 p,m — Rev. D. A Cilsenan'. ?i Cudal; 7.-30 p:tn.^-Mr. .W.: Shield ? 'Red Hill, 11 ain.:— Mv. Jas.:Packhatn - i'- ' Shatlesi- 3 p.m.— Mr: :E. .Baker.

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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MYAO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

;ii1r1.H'::i'*'-'fi^iPTlST''''oatJftOH. ? [) ' .,ti-!-'vr^/ J-'Rbv/: J'es'^b'-'Mya6/ Pastor'i m/j* ..First orjrttDAY'EA.cH Month;— ^Gana, 3 p.m., '» jc MrMVjBLylaud ; 7 30: p.m., Pastor. Grqgra, | ,x 3;p'fp.,: Mcv.sW.: Edwardsi Manildia, 3 pm,, , 'P.a8tH,r:;,. '..'„,. .; ....- .:..,--. ,... .. ,,, , ? :-?? SEgoND, Sunday.— Garra,; 3 p in., Pastor; ' k 7,.30,p,m.,' Mr. A...Wa!dock: ;; GieKra, 7 30 '* ,:p..nj.l Pastor^ Mauil'dra, ll;a.mM Pastoi. ' ?%} ' ' i y^itiRD Sunday.'— Gaiira, 3 and 7 30 p4n., Mr. p.- -Ball. Gregl-ff, 3 p.m , Pastoi Mdinl- i di'a, 11 a. in., Pastor.. . ; '. Fourth Sunday.— Garra, 3 p.nr.; Pastor ; ?7.30 p. m. ,, Mr. \ W. .... Pocknall.:. -Gregra, 7.30 p:in., Mr. G. W. Griffith. Manildra, 11 a.m., .Pastor. Fifth Sunday Garra, 3! p.m., Mr. W. Straochen ; 7.30p.m., Pastor; Giegu, 3pm., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastoi Morning services at Maiiil'dra Hall ; other 'services at Mu.nildra House. To-morrow (Sunday^ morning, the Ruv Jesse Mayo will: coniUjct , divine ser...

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 2 December 1893

St. JOSERH'S.iOA^jaQLIO CHURCH. ' LVloloiivj-^-lst Sunday ot' e.y^ry munch , i0argqrT-2u jj ..s.S.uiid^'y, jOf^every.jinouth Cudal--3rd fcjiinciay «|f' every, month ' J ?;0mUii/!-6k'_i'th'-'Si^ ' ' f --?', ..IVU,u.ii^a^5^/S^nJi;ipin''!lihe^ (wheif - ?

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New South Wales at Chicago. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

New South Wales at Chicago. The Premier has received the following tele gram from the Agent-General, dated November 28, 1893 : ' Mr. James Dredge, one of the British Royal Commissioners, delivered an address to a very large audience at the Imperial Institute last evening upon the British colonies at the Chicago Exhibi tion. He gave special prominence to New South Wales, and spoke of the representation from that colony as displaying enormous wealth and marvellous resources, that it gave a more vivid idea of the wealth and power of the colony than had ever before been pre sented, the wool and raiuerals being the crowning glory of the New South Wales exhii'itB. Mr, Dredge exhibited a number of beautiful dissolving views of New South Wales Court.'

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A Good Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

A Good Dog ? ♦ ? A station employer, residing a few miles from Grenfell, owns a dog whose destruction he resolved upon, in consequence of the ani mal paying visits where he was not wanted. The man's wife with difficulty persuaded her husband to spare the life of the canine, she undertaking to keep it securely at home. A few days afterwards, one of the numerous foreign hawkers, so much dreaded by females living in isolated places in the bush, culled at a hut, and after vainly attempting to dispose of some of his wares, asked to see the master when the woman foolishly replied that he was away from home, whereupon the hawker producing some silver, made improper over tures ; upon these heing indignantly rejected, he conducted himself in an offensive and threatening manner. The woman bethought herself of the dog, which she speedily released and' ' sookd ' him on to the intruder. The min took to his heels, but the dog was not to l»e denied, for getting a good grip on the west-end of the f...

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City Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

City Fashions ? ♦ ? A CITY correspondent writes : Just now I feel a peculiar temptation to say a word upon a mighty subject, the grave significance of which has always squelched me into silence. I doa't mean the labor question, but the ethics of womanhood. What strange mon strosities the women (girls if you will) make of themselves down here. No two females in the whole city will you find dressed nearly alike. Some pretty girls with just a modicum of artificial beauty, lasciviously fly round in a kind of Holland or starched linen summer dress, which would resemble, but for its freedom from ornament, and ordinary night gown. The majority of them do wear some thing ! Many wear an ill-fitting little short jacket, which, if only fitted with a pair of stirrups, would make, a splendid saddle for a young outlaw of h brother to ride upon. In most cases about one half the hair they wear belongs to them, and too often the color gives the lie to nature. All most of them study is ' fashion and ...

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An Ominous Manifesto. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

An Ominous Manifesto. The following leaflet has been circulated in Queensland amongst the bush workers : — Bushman, mates, whose joyless lives excite the sympathy of all tiue men, we address you ! The squatter kings, callous and brutal, intend to try and reduce your wages from the beginning of 1894. We have this on the L/Cou aUuul-{ 1U| ? -i. ilia uii isu iwi 10 iaut«isv« v\s wu you what to do. Its publication may prevent the squatters giving you a cut. However, the squatters think you are down, and they would enslave you for evermore. You must resist the reduction in your wages to the utmost and not only resist the reduction, but try to bring up the rouseabonts to 30s each per week. To do this you must strike, and in striking remember that moial suasion is a fraud — an imposture, It always ?was, and always will be. It never won a strike yet, and never will. ? Remember that in all strikes where labor has won, as John Burns said, 'a little devil has been put into the ti»ht.' Remember...

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Dignity of Labour. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

Dignity of Labour. ? ^ ? Mr. Wilson, M.P., for Mid-Durham — a working man M.P. — recently delivered an address from a pulpit. ' There are men and women' he said, ' who, if they touched a flannel jacket or fustian coat, would think they were contaminated.' For the first time applause came from the gallery, and a ?voice called out 'quite right, sir.' 'There's nothing undittniGed in the jacket, there's nothing unbecoming in the dress, there's nothing ignoble, in the home.' Mr. Wilson continued : ' The indignity and the un becomingness and the ignnhility are in the life. If you live right, if you stand erect in self respect, if you present to the world the front of nobility, poor as your circumstances may be, harsh as the lines of your life may stand out in their darkness, you are the eqaal of any man. God has no partialities there are no favourites in His family but those who do right.'

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Trafficing in Land. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

Trafficing in Land. It is about time that some means were adopted in New South Wales of putting a stop to the little games of the trafficer in land. A return recently furnished by the Lands Department shows that up to the end of 1892 a total of 95,997 selections, aggregating 21,697,323 acres have been transferred from selectors to station owners, from which the selectors obtain from the purchasers an aver age profit on the transactions of 15s per acre, or a total of over £15,000,000 sterling. Land should not be a marketable commodity, and the sooner the State wakes up to the efficacy of putting a stop to the traffic that now goes on in land, the better it will be for our commercial purity and consequent pros perity. — Agriculturalist.

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TO EVERYBODY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

TO EVERYBODY. ' Lot this be copied out, And keep it uul'tt for our remembrance.' King John, Act v., so. 2. .Correspondence is invited on alt mutters of general interest. We will be »lad to receive items of news, reports ot tonceils, pintict', social met s , douule-headed caif paragraphs, snake ymus, poems, pumpkin pars, &c, &u , from idl parts of the district. Queries and replies are aoli- » died, mid ?-?we. ouiy impose these easy condi tions : — : ?: Do not write unless you have something to stiv. Do not write unless. yon say what, you have got to B.iy in a friendl) wuj, as not lung written in a (?Hiitaiikurous apitib will appear in tins journal it we can li lp it. Do not wnti' oh both siiles of the paper. Do not wnio on either side unless you feel you must. ( Do nol wute tinyliiing unjust or libellous, as it will contaminate the other eontenls oi llie nusto puuor bask t-l &o not. write lor ari-ply jiimitely tliroii«h the piidr, ^bi'i'auso we .ire iiu»\. )o ...

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The Revision of the Electoral Rolls. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

The Revision of the Electoral Rolls. ? ^ ? Under the provisions of the new Electoral Act the revision courts for the purpose of amending the electoral rolls must be held all over the colony on the 21st prox. The Act provides that after the time appointed for the lodging of claims with the clerks of revi sion courts closed, the claims must then be exhibited at various post-offices for five clear days ueioro cuti sunn' ui iu« tevuiuu uuuito ?where such claims ahull be heard. The regu lations allow claims to be lodged as late as December 15 ; and it is futher required that the revision of the rolls shall be completed by the 22nd idem. Therefore, allowing the 6ve days during which the claims for alterations in the rolls must be exhibited, the 21st is the only available day upon which the courts can sit. And the sitting** must all be concluded on that day, as the revision has to be com pleted by December 22.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

TOYS! TOYS I TO YJ I J. G. DONALDSON BEGS to infoitn the Public of Molong and its Surrounding Distiicts that be will open during the coming w-ek an immense Assortment of 'Toys for the Xmas Season, which were upecitlly selected by him from the best,' Houses in Sydney. Bo)'«' ancl Girls' Toys from 6d. Girls' and Boys' Toys lip to 1.0a. 'XMAS CARDS! 'XMAS CARDS! Cards in Boxes ! Cards in Packets ! Plat Cards ! Fringe 1 Cards I Hand-painted ('aids ! Curds for Children ! Cards for Young Men ! Cards for Maiden ! Religious Cuds, and Humourous Cards. In fiict, Cards to suit all Clasnes. ®* Prices from 3d. a dozen to 10s. each. Bon'f Forget BonaldsonV FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS. £Joth: the Address: — J, G. DONALDSON, (Opposite Post Office Horia), BANK STREET, J&E.'O 31. O BJ C3J- . SPRING GOODS. SPRING COODS. JOHN NKILSON Has just Opened a Good Assortment of NEW - SPRING - GOODS. Crum's Floral Prints, Prinfci-d Ponjees, Blouses, Aprons, Ladies' yiiins, New Oie»'pons, - ' ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

A BIG NUGGET. . Melbourne, Friday. — An 'w-ounce nug C«b of gold has been ?found' at Wedderhurn. Victoria., by a party of unenapldyedi ! '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

t\ Uhiiiiue if 1'iadt. — A tVni.ile I eg^ini* impos cr iii)|iin iuiiiii^ n geutU'inin to Hutl her a '? lopjin*,' « li-- bfiifvon-iib gt'il leinaii &a d hlie bi.oul'i have one it she vm ti u-1 only lea*e oil iieu'ninjr aipl lake in washin}-. * ,,' Two Heavy (Jiiska. — A Solienectady editor, dehcnl'ing the') r-M:(- ot' n biju.ll upon it ciinil iionl 8«-u, — *? When* tlie y.le wn at us i higlusi the unt'iiitu .ue oral het-ied ^o liu' liuiiid, Hini the civpUin ,ind Hiin(hei ca&k of Wlll&k- JOlied --\f\ hi)rt|.(.'; SANDIfiK AND SONb' KUCA LYPTI IfiX L'UAUT. — \j tiller ilu'ilisiinynished numim.? of Hi» Majesty the Kinu ,,f Jt.ilj, .is |-ui coin- j iiiiinicHCKJii iniidu'l)^ tlio Alinisiei fur Fo'eisjn AH.111H, thieniyh tlie Uonanl-l Jrilouil of Italy,' »l Me.biiurne, 14th Al.iioh, 1H78. AwAidfd Diplniua at, the Anntenliun I5iluhiti..n, 1883. AOKiinwiBUgeU l»y .Vlmliual Ojiiiiuh -iiid Univei sitiea .ill over the Globe. ' TheieareiinitationsofEnoalyiitiftxtiacM lithe...

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The Use of Leg Irons. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

The Use of Leg Irons. In the AHsemUly on Tuesday Dr. Ross asked the Minister for Justice— 1. Is it the prac tice in bin gland to subject priHimers that aro sentenced to death to lie kept heavily leg ironed «ill the day of tie extvtui.m 1 2. Is | it a fact after Glasa--n had i.enu found guilty of the Carcoar murder that, he was leg-iioned, and that in consequence ot the weight of the shackles he contracted sores on his legs WIIJU'J lirLD15^IVnr-nil VJIf7 1IIJI19 1'U1I1^ iriNUVVU I 3. What is the weight of the irons used on Glassonl 4. Is it usual in such cases, after sentence of death has been passed upon a prisoner, to aulject ihem to heavy leg irons until the day of execution 1 5. If ao, will be 8-e that steps are taken to pot a stop to. this practice in any future case 1 Mr Barton answeied,— The following HiiswetH have t'een supplied l-y my honorable colleague tho Minister of Justice :— 1. The Slierilf is unul-le to state what is the practice in England. 2 and 3. No iiona; were pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

1843. 1893. THE WUTUAL LIFE Insurance Company OF NEV\r YORK. ATTENTION is iavited .to the extraordinary' , .t*\ development of this wonderful Institution11 ' during recent years. , ' : ' ' ' ; ' ' ',, The 'amount oJt Insurance in force' and' the : An nual income have been ? ,i^ , ;:r ; MORE THAN DOUBLED SINCE 1884'.' i -' In that year the Annual Income was £3,921^009 18s:;lud In 1692 it was £8,2t-2,(-00 13s. id, an. ;? increase of £4,34i,o90Ms; 6'd.,; or 111. per cent. ' In 1884 the Insurance in force was £/2,::H5;993.' At the, end of 1892 it was £153,209,880, a gain , of £80,973,887, or 112 percent. ' Its excess of income over Disbursements was .' £418,440 6s. iOd. in Id84, and £2.758,259 1b. M. in 1892. . . : - : . The Assets of the Company at the end of 1892 ' readied 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 iMew YorK to guagel the .. wants of tne puoiic, the result being two fo...

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