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What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

What Wd Like to See,; A spell of cool weather. ' '''' ;' The fly pest. annihilated. . ,,. Influenza seek fredh tielda. : . i jd A' fall of a few inches of rain. ': ; ? q A big roll up 'at i the races on Boxing Day'.', 'Jim' Dotuldaon tak;e £100 .during, 'Xuaas week. , ? ;.. r An electoral elevsn chosen from the) Molong district aud piceJ agaiuub an'Orauga team. ' '? - ? ? . ,..'.... .-?- . ,?;.._ ^ . Everybotly have h merry CtVrist'maB ' Int' spite of the exceedingly hiaid times. ?' . j Those ladies who intend to.,, b,e, present, atr the .Foretiteiu' Ball on Anniversary, nightf patruuiH^ the photDgraphera. .??;?? I? A geuej-al.elactiouV if it.wereonlypoaBibla,. 'in January .? r ; , / :?; i ; ; : ! Giir School * of Arts' with a big membera' jrolirtftctPjr&ir1.1 / '? ; '' '!. .'? ?'? ?? -?? '- :'Kl ? The present Hospital Matron re-instated, : Her departiire wouid be a loss to the Inati-. ' t'utip'ii.. '. ? . ,....-?. ?; Some of- that; honey in comb which James, Piickhfliii tal...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE ?? '??-' : Bes£:E-uit, ;. ;? ^'K.'C;.;;* '; BestsjBread, and v ? ( ( Best Confectionery; ! ^ Is obtained at . , . i . -.,?.'; ..-?- wi; '???? Q R. THOMSON'S ; ' ^ SHOP' IN BANK-STJIEEtI MOLONG. ti ' - :/ '' ' ''? ' ' ' : . . . i fci If you have not jet paid him a visit, do not fail to i a do so, because no place this . side of Orange — and even there — can supply you witlj better tilings, both as regards QUALITY and FitESRNK'-f — in the above n lines than , , : ?? R. THOMSON, FRDITEUEB, BAKKtt, AND CONtfEUTtONEB 1 BAMK STREET WIOLOND. » PIBIKEEY, !( _ %$ *,?? COFFEE;- ? ?:' i;i : BEGS to in form the Residents of Molong and '? Surrounding Districts that he has started busi- j(J ness as ..,'!..' ' ? | ? Bakfjr and Confectioner ^ iV',' ;!....' AT LAUKlt'S NEW BUI LYINGS, .. Aud: liopea hy civility and strict attention to Biiai ?'?'' ;.. ness to giiu a fair share of patronage. : ' '?' : ?;;?,$ 0.T PIES AND COFFEE.;:; (fcg° RI5FRKSIIMKXTS AT ALL .HoULtS. SMALLTiQOO...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Unhappy Australian Eleven. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

The Unhappy Australian Eleven. ^ ? The unhappy Australian Eleven leturned to Sydney on Saturday, and metropolitan press men have been busy interviewing the various prodigals on the whys and the wherefores of their many little differences — and big ones :— whilst' across, the pond upholding the honor and1 dignity of theircountry. Each naturally has a different version to give and out of so much confusion of' explanation it is difficult . to glean sufficient truth to pronounce' fair judgment.. The manager, Mr. Cohen,, per haps furnishes the most condemnatory report of all. This is, that some of the team were 'drunk time after time; that they attempted violence against him at Lords and publicly -abused him, and that the accounts have been ?questioned and the integrity of the Treasurer disputed most seriously. With such a variety of opinion 8, one contradicting the other, it is .of course impossible for us here to glean sufficient truth to give a correct judgment as between player and p...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Settlement of the People on the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Settlement of the People on the Land. , ' ? -- . ? ' ... :* ' foONTRIBUTED.l THERE have been eo many schemes put forth for induciug.our pebple to gjo on to the land and become producers that, the readers of any newspaper promulgating any ideas on so worn a subject may l-6 treated as a bore, and articles on the subject passed unre«d. Never theless thia matter ia of such vital importance to the, whole community I vtoll venture to brave the contumely, and face, your renders. with my notions of how it might be done. In reply to a deputation that Waited on Mr. Copeland, Minister for Lands, wishing him to introduce into Parliament a series of reso lutions to legalise associated land Nettlemeht, and asking money nssistance from vjjhe Go vernment for that purpose,. Mr. Copeland is reported to have said : ?' He- was not in favor of leasing Und under any terras : that to dis pose of the land in fee simple was the true way of dealing with it.' Mr. Copeland may be a very wise and far-seeing sta...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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RESERVE FROM SALE FOR PUBLIC RECREATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Reserve from sale for public ,, recreation. No. 19,111. County Ashbiirnhaon, parish of Dulladerry, suburbs of Manildra, contain ing an area of 13 acres 3 roods. The Crown lands within the boundaries of measured portion 157.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

jsew Time Table.' ' ? - Ths. following is the official time tablt which will be observed from Monday next, in connec tion with the running of the mail trains be twe,en Orange and Forbes :—;;.? ...... : DOWN THAIN. Lenve Oranga ... ... ' 5.25 a.m. Arrive Borenore ... ' ..'. 5 53: -?,,?? ? . .,, Amaroo ?...': .... :6.15 ..,, ,, Moloug.' ._.... ... C.25 ,, Loave Molong i'.\J ' ' '' ;;i.''!6.;5i) ;',;' '' :' ; '??,,??? Mauildra.-'^ ?'?.?!. '^i.'^lii 7A2 „ . . it Merauburu ; .,.;; ?i.|h:,j.v;ii5r.-;5^ ,,: .t, ??'' Parked ' '' .':'.' iD h.fiQ.i&O* „ ',, Tichbourne ';g. wsu .;,i; 11,15 ,,' , Ar.r,i:Ve'.Forbes,.'i;;tinv...j ? ti g4l.,,.. J,L25.,.,,, ?'''?.' up/iiUiN. ' J''. ' ''; ''' ' ' ?? Leave; Forbes'' -IJJ. Vi »»lJ:J2{f; p.irij ': ? .i ??!? i,, n;i Tichbburnei iwuuih twa. ',2.15,, .„. :i,, „ Athy's ,..'.- ' ... 4.43 ,, i '-'J'fi: ;Meraiiburn- ??'...- .;n»'«w;«- ^5 ott' ,^- ; i ; '-j'A'u -;tvManUdnt;v.'ji'!,.ioi! bliitv.- Q-f.-ju'Wi ?, : n:M, .»»R,-Uoya^y1«ti1!|rg::.f,:..'.: : ....

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The Women's Vote in New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

The Women's Vote in New Zealand. Writing of the late general election in New Zealand, in which women voted for the first time, the New Zealand newspapers give many picturesque details. The crowds were diver sified by the presence of many of the new toters, dressed of course in their best and 'pranked with ribbons, flowers and election cards and mottoes. Women canvassed freely. They bervaded the streets, the booths, the «r a #? ? , » committee rooms. They. ..walked, talked, gossiped, canvassed, ticked off rolls, supplied you with your number with all promptitude and without any time-waatiug verbiage; they ordered, cajoled, begged, prayed, chaffed, scorned, insinuated, implicated-; they pre tended to threaten, to; get angry1, to vow V vengeance; in short they behaved' in all things aa to the manner born. In the booths pome amusing incidents occurred, due to the inexperience of the women. One lady \ thought she was entitled to a pension, and patiently waited; for payment of the first i...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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MOLONG'S STATIONMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

. MOLONG'SSTATioNM ASTER.- ' Mr. 'i bos. Momn leaves Moloug during the coming week for his new home, Juuee Junction, and, instead of Mr. Darby, Mr. Rae, : of 'Wellington, will succeed, Miv Morriu : here; Writing of Mr. Rae's proposed ..removal, the Wellington Gazette says \ :— ;E verydody will, be sorry lo hear that Mr. F. : J. E. Rae, the boDurar'stationmast«r at Wellington, is about to be Removed to Moloug. ' Mr. Rmi has been the most obliging and painntakiug inanter ever 8tation«d here, and his renioviil. will be-, regarded; as. a public calamity. , In social, matters he has been ln»eu a great help, and, his prenence at most of our local gatheririga will be greatly miHsed. '', ','''' ' . ?'

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Zigzag Railway at Lithgow. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

- Zigzag Railway at Lithgow. Ik the Assembly on Friday, Dr. Roas asked the Secretary for Publio Works,— (1.) What was .the amount of money expended in the construction of Che Zigzag at Lithgow ? (2. ) How much of this money or expenditure will be lost in the event of substituting a tunnel for the Zigzag, as rnow proposed ? Mr. 'Lyne answered, — (1.) Approximately at the rate^of £20,0,001 per mile. I cannot give the exact, figures, as the cost of the various sections was not kept in such a way '«?.. as to give the detailed expenditure of a short piece Tike this'. (2.) It can hardly be said that any money will be lost, as the work constructed has already answered its purpose during the many years the line has been opened. . , , ,.t !jM '.Jw.. . . ?

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

- - A Brutal Pair. MR.r.and Mrs. Phetan have been sentenced to 6, add 9 months' imprisonment respectively in England, with hatd labour, for ill-using their two young: children. Mrs. Phelan is said' to have thrown the younger child, a hoy .not two yearn old, from the bed-room into the passage, with such force that he lay un conscious for five minutes. She was in the habit of strapping him down in his bed, and of beating mm regularly ni^ut and morning until at times he was almost stunned. The unhappy child' was als6 thrashed by his father J - with a dog-whip, the lash being doubled, find even wrth the buckle end of a strap. The lot '' - of the elder boy, who is three. years of age, was, nQt Jesa; pitiable.. ''? .One [ witness had seen him beaten till his hepd,' body, and face were bruised. !.One occasion Mrs. Phelan adminis tered a dose- 'ok medicine by 'thrusting a desert spoon down his £hioit,'nnd turning. it ' round with suoh'--f6rce''''y to cause him to Vomit blood/ Such fiendish ...

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

. — ? '.; : ;?-?'. :;.'. n ? | '♦What are the .Wild Waves paying I' Why that Donaldson's. assortment of fXma»'aucl'Ne;w ?Year, Cards ia tlie beat outside Sydney.'*' ' Measles, influenza, and diarrhoea are' pre valent in Foroea and dibtriot. A plugue of flies ia proving very trouble some at: Westi MHitlaud^;; where hotiwa and cattle ate ^Jutfeiiug cpusidttrably feWv.the bitea.

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MOLONG PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

;.rMbLONG PUBLIC SCHOOL. ' v 'The dispersing for the.'&iitas holidays.: at thie- ahoye schiiol: w^3s y.fiiterdHy. (Friday^: characterised : by. the' gi eateht enthusiasm on tbe'paHJof- the- scholars. In the large school' ro'om' 'were assembled about 200 children and a goodnumber of guests, comprising friecds and parents df the pupils, Theattendance at the school of lake lias not, Veen up to the general iftv;er.i£;e, an-l though tke;pumber pr,e Rnnh ? voHt-.flirliLV wn.fi ver.v fair: , menules and influenza: weie .responsible, .'for.;. the absence o£»Ma'o' great - many, l-scholarsv, .,?- while the threatening state of. the we»ther: prevented many, adults from putting in. an appearance. The chair was occupied by. the Chairman of. the Local School , Board (Dr. I^oss,' M.P.), wh6j :in; his opening ? address, complimented MriiBcidftkirk, the principal, apon the result of his labours during the past year, and. congratulated the children upon the general improvement ,they had made ...

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

JnLiSfwBF %J Hk&MzM M* «5«^^JP JoL JuJLJ; JUST IN THE The Office that holds the Australian Record for 23 years worlc. Funds in Band to meet Claims over ... £ 1,300,000 Claims paid in 23 years.., ... ... 600,000 Reversionary Bonuses allotted in 23 years ... ' .710,000 Annual Income over ... ??? '?? .:.\~' 300,000 Leaflets, Pamphlets, and full information may be obtained on,. written or personal application to ? A, G. BLACKADDER,, Molong, Local Agent. 0FKiap:S.:-8|H^|itt-street, Sydney. - H. C. EVANS; ? : ;; ? ? Y;''^ .'.,'. Resident Secretary. SPECTACLES. i Before buying Spectacles call and hive the I£ye thoroughly tested Free, and seo the famous Specialite Spectacle^ guaranteed one year. Pebble Spectacles, 3s 6d, and Specs from 5s. a pair. Repairs to Spectacles a Speciality ; New Glasses fitted from Is. each, New Frames from Is. (3d. SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS TN STOCK. PATENT~M£DiblNES. : ; ; — .-The Cheapest House in Town, call and compare Prices. — Prescriptions...

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THE SCHOOLS. THE CHRISTMAS VACATION. CONVENT OE MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

THg SCMOOLS. :-3^HE CHRISTMAS VACATION. -'' ^CONVENT OF MERCY. ;,' ?Prior v to 'breaking up' for the Christ-, mas vacation, a' picnio whs held in connection with the local CoHtvent School on Wednesday lasts : The site chosen for tli o outing was a pleasant secluded and well shaded npot on the1 Wuka of MoYong Creek, ahouc a mile from town.' The''willow8 are now in full blbp^ti and the vast shelter atfordeu by the ' -itninense trees was greitly appreciated. Although Wednesday was a hot day, the weather was not so warm as to militate against, the picnic being enjoyable. There was a goodly number of both juvenile and adults present, and everything passed off satisfactorily. The edibles provided were ample and choice, and in the way of amuse mentaalraoat every im iginable innocent and pleasant little pnsthuH was at intervals indulged in. At dusk the picuicers began to wepidi their way home, the juveniles being light-hearted with the happy thought that on the.moriibw they; commenced , a f...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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SUNDRY NOTES. ; [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

?'; SUN DREY NOTES. :- n. ... -*? Mf*. Waddel, M.L.A., at Dnbbo, on the raoinl question : — 'We inherited this great con^sntj'JpJtc. We didn't do anything of the sort, jl we fundamental title to every thing in Australia is the right of might, an-l don't you forget it. Captain Cook stole the coutinent in a promiscuous sort of way from the blackfellows, on behalf of his Sovereign, and Euteman bought Victoria from the chiefs, who didn't own it, for a few brass buttons or AOmething of the sort, nnd then the Government in turn stole it from him. Even so, it wasn't the white race that collared Australia, but merely white Royalty, which then proceeded, through its officers, to-fi^ll its divine right to Mackmaij every other white froai coining there, in return for kei,'fl of rum and such like conRiderations. The majority of Auntralians make a great mistake in imagining that thia is their eouiHry. It isn't ; h'n only tlie countty th«y are in, Which is a different thing altogether. ; A corres...

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Molong to Parkes and Forbes Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Molong to Parkes and Forbes .-Railway. ,, , The official opei»inj» of the railway extension.: from Moloni; to Forbes will take place on' Monday next. Great prepaintionfl for cele brating the event have l-eeii mude at the new teiminus, and providing the weather is favourable Monday will be a rpd letter, day. in the annals of tlie history of our sister town. And so it should be, for the opening of a railway line to any place is a signiticant sign of the progress of the district as an im portant business centre. The length of the extension is 73 miles, ana the distance from Sydney to Forbes is 290 miles. On Thura ! d«y a special train, conveying a number of the chief officials of the railway department,' passed over the line, leaving at each station and platform ; along the extension the requisite office furniture. Inspection was made to nee that everything was in proper order, and we are informed all .things were up to the officials' satisfaction. His Excel lency the Governor (Sir Rob...

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LAND NOTES REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

'/. %* LAND NOTES. ' ' - REVOO ATION OF TE MPOR ARY r - ; ??-'- RESERVES.- ? ' Part of No. , 2,022. County of Ashburn hano, parish of Dulladerry, suburban lands of Manildr'a, area 13 aores 3 roods. 'That part of. reserve 2,022, for camping and access to ? ' ? . Water, notified 24th March, 1884, within the .boundaries of measured portion 157. v ( Note. — The above is included in reserve . il 9,111 for public recreation, notified 2nd *? December, 1893.

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PUPIL TEACHERS' EXAM'S. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

PUPIL TEACHERS' EX A WS. . Oh Monday nexf, ? the examination ? of pupil teachers will ibe commenced at the l'ow.n Hall. The local committee to conduct the examinations comprise— Mesdaines,. Lmvin Hnd Alldis, 'and Messrs. G. II. T(Vinpest (secretary), D. McCallum; and John Cutter. .The imly candidates presenting themselves am MisH Minnie Ross and Mr. F. Ewens. The examination, will :last.for three days..:; ;,.;;

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Molong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Molpng Municipal Council. , '???'? ' ' ? ? ' ? ♦ — : ? : — :.' i ?';-??;? The otdinaiy meeting of the above was held at the To wu Hall on Tuesday evening last. Present— His Worship the Mayor ( Alderin m Black), 'Aldermen Wiudred, Pack ham j Mil 1 gatei McGioder, Beveridge, and Lauer. ?; ???? ?- ? MINUTES/ ..-; . ??? .. The'jmiuutes of previous meetiugs were read and continued. . , j COttKESPONDENOE; ' i ! ' Coi respdndeuce - outwards . was ' read- and communications inward were dealt, with ia« under : — :?:;;. : . .? . ? ; . ? , ? ?; .., From E. O'Brien, threatening legal pi o ceedihgs against the Council for the balance of an - account ! alleged to be due for woik done. ? Reci ved, aiul the.Gouucil considers Mr, O'Brieu has been well and sufficiently paid for the work performed: .? :? ?:? ';?? From :A. S. Bridekirk asking for use of Town Hall: for the purpose of holding the p-ipil ; teachers' i examinations on the 18th, 19th, and 20th instants. Received and granted.-i i!;v/ ^ ?i:,'...

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Free Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

??;. i : Free Speech. . ... . ^ . -. Among the many popular demands' for jus tice aud reform which have been echoed and re-echoed lately throughout .our; land, the right of free speech has been much vaunted. A .very great stress has been laid on the necessity, which absolutely exists,' for the right of every man to be allowed to expound his views in public, aud it is insisted that this smhe public are to be quiet and listen. So far, 8J gupJ. But undoubtedly (.'hose1. who have roared the most for free speech have all roared together, so that no one mail could make himself heard. The Protestant Hall, Sydney, was the scene of an exceptionally rowdy meeting on Tuesday night, the pro ceedings at which at times can be quoted as nothing more nor less than a disgrace to our community. The meeting was called to ex piess emphatic disapproval of : the action of the ''Govecnoieui in suddenly pi oroguing Par lirtiiieut after the crushing' defeat it sustainud. last week, and as many as could poss...

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