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Signs of a Good Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

Signs of a Good Farmer. ? ♦ The following list was compiled by an ex pert in order to show what should be observable in a good farmer : — The fence rows are clean. The buildings are in good repair. His work is always well in hand. No weeds are left to go to seed. He always has a good word for his neigh bours. His stables clean and neat. The manure pile is looked after carefully. The walls and stalls of the stable are white-washed. He has no time to read and talk as well as work. A good agricultural paper is found in the house, and is well read. Every available spot of ground is held accountable for its share of the income of the farm. The wife is a full partner in all the opera tions of the farm. He has time to visit any sick and assist the poor. He is not stingy, bub saving. The welfare of the public is looked after as well as his own. Good? blood in his live stock predominates. He does not consider the lowest price as representing the cheapest article. ?- His home so attractive th...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

Consumers op Wax Vestas must be careful to see that they get Bryant and May's only, which ara the very bett in quality and twenty per cent, more in quantity than the foreign-made wax vesfcas. Bryant and May's Plaid Wax Vestas are jtiade only in London, and have been awarded yflf-JPaiZH Medals for excellence of quality. Every box of Bryant and May's Wax Vestas bears their name, on a white ribbon, inside the well-known red, -black and blue star trade mark. Ask for Bryant and May's Wax VesfcaB, and do not be deceived, by tha inferior article.*

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Cargo Bank Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

The Cargo Bank Robbery. The trial in Sydney of the brothers Stines, charged with the Cargo bank robbery, ter minated on Friday, the fourth day of hear ing, in the acquital of the accused. His Honor the Chief Justice in sum ming up said the jury had been asked to believe that the accused had made the slippers in the stable at Wollembeen Station. There was not a UML U1U1V V/fc W'tUUUVV UU a(*J UUMb IU\*V Ut*V* UUUU seen iu that stable. There was no evidence whatever that they bad been seen there. There was very strong evidence that these slippers came out of the stable at Wollem been, l-ut it would be a dangerous thing for him to say to any jury that they should act against the prisoners on that evidence. There was no direct evidence of circumst-incerffcon- necting the accused with being at Cargo, or that the accused had been in the stable at Wollembwen. The question was : 'Is there a prima facie case to connect them with the crime?' There were five other uiea who were proved to have ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Parliament Prorogued. BARTON AND O'CONNOR RESIGN. SYDNEY, FRIDAY 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

^Parliament Prorogued. w ? BARTON AND O'CONNOR RESIGN. '! . SYDNEY, Friday 5 p.m. A proclamation has b: eu inmied proio guing Parliament till the 15tfi of January. Messrs. Biiruii and O'Connor have ten dered their renignation.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Defeat of the Ministry. BY A MAJORITY OF 21. [?]MR. LEE'S MOTION FOR ADJOURNMENT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 9 December 1893

?^iD^feat1 6t the Ministry. '?'.?.'' . BY A MAJORITY OF 21., , ; . i;( 0% Mb. LEE'S MOTION FOR ADJOURN ** ' MENT. , , . ... SYDNEY, Friday. Mr. Lee's motion For the adjournment of ' the' House, was can i^d against the Ministry by a nriHJoiity of 69 votes to 48. The following is the division : — AYES : JTOB3 '. Mr. Reid Sir George Dil.bs ' Mojesworth Mr. Slattery ( OnrrutliHrfl S^e Newman ? Suttor .Black Lyn« K. Brown ?-'?, Gurvan Tonkin ? Chanter ' ' ' Gould Copelmjd Taylor Rush Sir Henry Parkea A. Lintchinsun ? Mr. Hinille Dowell Dr. HoIHh Bowes Mr. Lan«jw«ll ?'Donnelly ' ' J. D. Fitzgerald ' P«»-ry Atmoti Murphy Gardiner ... ,.\ , ..,„?.,? R.B.Wilkinson Schey JoluiHton A . , Willis Collins Martin H H. Browne Dr. Culleti M'Fiirlane Mr. Dickens ' ' Nicholmm Sooi-ie ' Colls , jl F. Cullen Newton N.-iM Kid.l VVhp Ho spin Huvnes Hassell 1 '' Ingli* HnriiPS JflvtV ; Crick .Jturlekin V. Clarke Fuller SliHrp , .Allen S: Clarke Oarirttd i .Morgan CJium - %Sootfc Walker Lfvien Rae Wa.Mell '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

J. G.' Donaldson's display of the Feativ-» Season's Goods is superb. Go and look at it.*

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The People and the Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

The People and the Crisis. ' , ? ?*. ? To the Editor : Sir,— If an illustration were required of the necessity for a higher standard of political morality in this coun try, it is supplied by the events of the last few days. The present crisis and interrup tion of all public business, however urgent, is the natural outcome of having a Legis lative Assembly composed princirmlly of individuals elected moie from party con siderations than from the possession of quali fications for the conduct of lfi(ji«la(-,i vo linsii ness. Many of our leading men have yet to learn the responsibility of public life. No one questions the honesty of purpose of the Minister for Justice and the Attorney General, but that they should be so slow to recognise the falsw position in which they had inadvertently placed themselves shows the deficiency of high principle among those to whom is entrusted the work of legislation; and this very face increases the responsibility of those possessing the electoral franch...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Why Men Stop Away from Church? [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Why Men Stop Away from Church,? t ? ' . Tub. above question' has been, and ia sr.il I being, asked and dUousaed in tue Sydney Morning Herald and elsewhere. On Sunday evening, 3rd instl,' tW Rev. J. Alldis oouc'uuVu1 a aermon on the Advent Lesson as follows : — The chief reasons probably why men attend church less. than women are from (I). Failing. to see the duty or necessity. Human nature uncontrolled ia loth to do what requires tax or effort, when it, can be avoided without present or certain ill-c -nsequences which1 am ? not always unnareut . in matters of church neglect or irreli«iou; Women being more credulous, generally, than men are apt to act more upon what is future or contingent. (2). Many well-meaning, but unreasoning and illogical persons propound the plausible, 'but dangerous doctrine that ' If is not necessary to go to' a place, do any paricular thing, or con form to any Regulations or, ordinances of men, in religious matters. Their ' creed,' sermon, and articles of re...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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How a Newspaper got Even. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

|-: ?jiv:V.YHow).a;Neyrspaper got Even. . ? ^vl. i; ,-ThJ2;': proprietor', of a l'estaurant advertised,,. ,-, ,.,iii ;aiii ?.Arkansas , ue,ws|).apei', and, refused tO\ pay- the bill at the end of the, month, declar- . ing that.it was no benefit, and that he would -not p.-y for what he did not receive. The newspaper man remot.strated, and the adver tising man. ordered him out of. his house. T;b.e;nKXt issuH of the paper contained a. few . paragraphs which did not prove uninterest ing Vv ' y'° rcotrtii i rtiiu iLiaii. ? iuin wui iu lias ever been filled with spiteful rivalry.' The, man who started the report that he found cat hair in the stew bf IVlacWertbn's : restaurant, is unquestionably u slanqerer1. We ; have eaten at his lesfauranf' au'I we cati ' truthfully say tbat' '*h iieyei- A*'l\v .'JVit biiir in the.-stew nor dogs 'imir iu ' tlitj' ad.i'p;.' ' Au- ' other man, regardless of truth, declared; oil the' streets yesterday that he had found three crickets and a 'bluebottle 'hr ...

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A Pleasant Business. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

A' Pleasant Business. ? « i . . ? ' - ~ ? ? ? wr^. — ? ~ ? ? . , ,???',- ''' ? Editing a paper, is a pleasant business; — ^ you can stand it. ?'.'. ? , ? . , ; If it, contains maby advertisements, the subscribers complain that they take up too ''^ much space. . If there is a scarcity of advertising, it is1 unpopular and the people won't have it. Ho If we attend church regulaily they say we: go for efFect. ' ? ?'?' ? . H If we stay away from church, they say we..«i are uionstrou9lyheatheni8h.ii i ,, If we accept an invitation .to. a wedding,- w they say we, were only invited to 'write ic. ,, up.' ..,.?:.. If we go. to the theatre, they say we go on ' free tickets. If we are seen in the streets too often they . say we neglect our business. ? . If we avoid gping into the street, they say we don't hustle around after the news. ' ; If we rejept a loiig-winded' communication^ ' its author tecomes furiously enraged and dis- ' ? continues his'paper. If we publish lengthy comtnunications'out...

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An Impecunious Debtor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

; u A,n Impecunious Debtor. ' '''[ : ?'' ?' ! :'' ? _1_! ? «. ? : ? ' ''? ? ''? A' KEMA.RKABLY fine line of tea divides ' thie luinciibus from the pathetic. The Dunedin Resident Magistrate, according to a New Zealand contemporary, received the following letter the other day in reference' to a case which came before him : ' I am prevented by illness from attending to-day, as ordered, sufficient reason that 1 aiii. 'un-ii'le ' io . |t-iy ' for a doctor pr''hi» ; tntjilicin«s \. nor .-'.cun I send, any of my faiiiily .in, iii'y Jplac«, _a's 1 1 have iuo, one of sufficient age,. 'I 'woultlc''cerrainly i 1 i k e. ', to pay , the. plain tiff h ad' I'- i he '.iii ea ha, ibut 'I aW afraid'. tlittC/.'shouid I be able to Icollect 'sufficient money, I should first leave tilt} tCiwusQ as to be enabled to earn a liyin^ ifo'r.ajy1 family ; and, as the plaintiff's charges I are 'siich- .that he can only expect one in ;Hv-erv two customers to uav. I have no doubt that,, if he finds by examining his...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

:-\ Official Correspondence. '- DR. Rbss,M.P., has kindly handed [,: us the following Official communication :— r- .y'\ Department of Public instnrtijon, I ? Sydney, 4th December, 1893. Sir, — lam directed to acquaint you lhab the MiuiHter of Public Instruction lias had under notice your letter, dated 13th Novem ber, suggesting, on behalf of Mr. Evers. and other residents, that the Half Time School at Boree Cn bonne (Oheesumi's Creek) be converted into a full time school ; together with a report in the matter. As it would, appear Hint the attendance of the pupils is / very irregular, and that under present circumstances a sufficient average attendance for a Provisional School would not be main tained, the Minister cannot see his way to accede to the request. Moreover, the coii : version of the Bore** Cabonne school would necessitate' .the. .closing of the associated ! school at German's Hill, and iii the interests of the children at the latter place, a ohi\nge in existing arrangemen...

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He did not require a Change. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

He did not require a Change. ? ?' ' ' » ? Jk ? ' ' ' ? ' A WRITER in an American paper tells the following story, which might be taken tb! heurt by some of our farmers in1 the Molong district. He said:— .,..';.'? ;- I had stopped to .smoke a pipe with a Georgia '-on a log at his' door, and noticing the general shiftlessnps.s of. the surroundings I finally asked: ? ??.?? ''?? ? ?? '??' \ 1 W hv don't vou; 'fix the. roof of vour cabin. ?' ? ? - . : ?-?:??' : ' Gwine ter some day,' he repliedi ?' That chimney, ought to be rebuilt.' . .-'I'm CQnsiderin' to do it.' ;..'. . . ? 'I ah quid be afr.dd that stable would fall down and kill the mule.' ?;'c Rekcoh I'ye.goc to prop it. ' Thie weeds appear to be too much for your corn.' ' , . . 'Yes, weeds are yorerful around y.ere.' He was so placid and good-natured about! it that I ventured further, and said : . .;?? ' It seeins't'o me that with wmbitiqn Vniil' ha'rd work you coil Id not only make' a good' living on hig place but get something a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

VITALITY RESTORED. /! CLEMENTS TONIC ' TO THR RESCUE. ! ''?' TIRED NATURE'S KIND RESTORER.' ! BRINGS BACK THE HUE OF HEALTH TO : THE WEARY SYSTEM. A positive cure foi Genera! Debility, Weakness, Lassitude, Headache, Diseased Liver and all Diseases arising from an impoverished nervous system. ? LOCAL EVIDENCE THIS, ?????? .VI'. Edward Wru-ht, Goulburaj ? N..S.W.,Vwlio writes on May 29th 1893 :— For some time I 'have suffered acutely from pains in the stomach caused by indigestion, 1 have tried various remedies' with- out being relieved. Uccirnii; s-o much ,ix out }onr wonderful preparation— Ulemeuts Tonic, I resolved to give it a trial, I am only too happy to send tins shoit testimony as to the great bene'tits L have dfihtsd fiom the n e of it. From my experience! don't believe theie is a me. licnie in the inaLkeb equ.il to Clements Tonic tor dyspepsia, it cured me ami I am only too happv tu s.vy bo. — Yours truly, Edward Wright, Uoulbifrn, N.S W. A ipvereitrl j^ent'enian w.is scut b...

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What is Labour. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

What is Labour. To the Editor : Sir,— Of late we nave heard much »-f the labour party, labour politics, and the increasing -power of labour,' but we hear very little respecting what is supposed to constitute a labourer. Generally speaking, the term ' labourer' is /supposed to applv to all who gain a livelihood by working with their bunds. But would a railway surveyor be regarded as a labourer ? Tliere are many land surveyors who, in the .'discharge of t'he'ir (duties, have to employ as large an amount of physical exertion as, say, an * ordinary carpenter or bricklayer. Why should the two latter be regarded as labour ers, and not the hard-working surveyor] The station manager often has to work as hard, ami even harder than the boundary rider. Why should he not be regaided.as a labourer also ] The truth is there isno.class' which possesses a monopoly of labour' Jfchah tber^.is of any possessing a monopolyofcapitdl. Under the ever-changing condition's, of. in dustrial existence, we are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

??^Os^'-w ^^ ' ' ! ? 'STOUT ? SiS^!.''1.;.1,1:;1'/:' 1&93.V Jnsiira,ncQ Company , OP NEW^ YORK. A TTENTION is invited to tlie '' extraordinary1 **?/._ deyelopnaent of, this wonderful Institution' during recent years. ,. . .' . The amount of Insiirailce in force' and the An nual Income have been - : ? MORE THAN 'DOUBLED SINCE1 1884: ' In that year the Annual Income was '£3, 921,009' 18s. lOd In 1892 it was £8,26:4, BOO 13s. -'id:,1 'aid increase of £4,341,590 14s. 6d., or 111 per cent: . I Id; 1884 'the Insurance in fore ' wak '£'72; £35; 993. At.theeud of 1892itwas £153;209;880, a gain of *80,973,887,ior -112: per cent. - ,.-.,; , . j j,ts: excess of Incline over Disbursements was £418; 440 '5s. iOd. in 1884,. and, £2.758,239 is. 6d! in 'iStel' ''''?' ,' ; ?.-??:-: ???'. ' ??' : '' 'n; - vv Tlie A'ssets of the Company at the end of 1892 reached the gigantic totalof ? ' .?,,??. £35,951,572 4s. Half '& century's ' experience of Life Insurance' operations has enabled Th...

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Mr. R. B. Wise on the Political Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Mrv.R.,;B. Wise ,on the! Political Crisis. . '''^javiFWPD'by a ; press Tepieseutative / re-i gurditig i/?.V* opinions' on the political crisis, 'Mr, R JB. Wisesaid :— It is, of1 course, the act of desperate men ; but V it is not an isolated act. It is one of a series of similar outrages upon representative. , Government. It is in fact the climax of a career of political piofligacy, of which we have, happily, no other example in onr history. I suppose no one now misunderstands the ettect or what has lieen done. By, issuing the proclanjation of October 5 which deprived the electors of the country of .their constitutional right to exercise a con trolover. their representatives, and 1'y the further proclamation of. Friday^ proroguing Parliament, the Ministry of Sir G. Dibbs has effected a total subversion of parliamentary government and substituted a government by an autocratic bureaucracy. Our affriiim will,, be administered, by eisjht TJnder-Secretaries and eight Ministers; The TJnder...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

' Let the journalist defend th« doctrines of the ? party he approves ; let him' criticise 'and/ condeuin the parr.y of which he .does not approve ;. reserving' ' always Ins ri^lit to .applaud his. opponents or cen eure his friends, as the truth niaj, require — and he will be independent enough for a free country.'.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

ITEMS OF INTEREST, Messrs. S. D. Bennett and Co. h-ive a big sale on hand. The^firm ha»e been -favoured with instructions to dispoaa of the whole of Mr. G. Baxter's household furniture, and will conduct the sale on Friday 29th Decem ber. More anon 1 . ' The best: assortment,, of Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes, and Pipes— some of the latter would make a nice Christmas Box to give your friend —is to be obtained at J.jG. 'Donaldson'^ Mo long.* * ?? : ??.: . , ;??-. ,..- ..,1,, ',:? ,j ;., Ah aboriginal met with a very painful acci dent on Wednesday, on the local commob. He was assisting in driving, a, herd of cattle, when his horse set to bucking and unseated. its( ri(ier, who had 1 his 'arm bacliy broken in thfe fall. The unfortunate' fellow Was brought iuito town, where his fractured limb was set by a local medical gentleman. . -1 ??;?. The remains olE 'U rs. Peter M'Ardie, whose demise was reported in our last, were in terred in the Roman Catholic portion of the' Mrilong* cemetery on ...

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The Political Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

, The Political Crisis. ?,'.... Despite ,the sbtattigHiii tlmt was employed to |»i event the motion by Mr. Lkk,. M.P.ior, lYnfertield, disapproving of the action of: the Attorney Geueral and Minister for Justice1 in »cce(-tihi» brief 8 in the case of Proudfoot, AND Co, against 'the Railway .CoiinnissioueiH being brought before the House, the boa. member last ' Thuisilay ' week 'succeeded' in lia*in& a motion brought ioiwaru, under covet of a motion for adjournment. , Mr. Willis thought to nupersede the motion of Mr. Lee's by tabling a subsequent motion to he moved on a specified date,, but this piece of stratagem was .outdone by a counter manoeuvre, which for ingenuousness takes the ! cak'ei;1' The; result of the division was1 not a surprise beyond the' magnitude' 'of ' the ' majority against the' Government. Ju'dgiug , by the opinions expressed by members only afevir «jay$ before when it was fiistmade known, in tHe House by fylr. CRICK; that . Mes.sr.sj; Bautost and' O'Conn...

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