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COMMONS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

'V' COMMONS' MEETING. ,,,. .,..' The Council sat as trustees of the CommonB irnmediatHly after the above meeting, ?hnt.,-j beyond; the reading and confirmation of minutes, and, the 'reception of ' the ranger's reppi't, no business of i.iiipbrtiiuce. was 'trans BCte^;.'^'.,/ V,';.. '?/.'?''?.' ^^r-' -'.' 'i?-.'^i' -*?:.:

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

?;i ' ?*'' THE GOVERNOR'S ' -VISIT-;'- ;?'^- .:?,- The Mayor stated that he ^thought it ?woulcl be advis'ibltt'to meet the' Governor on his arrival at the railway station on Monday morning nexty and pieseut him with a short address on behalf of th' people of the town. He. had the copy of the nd'lress he proposed to. read on the occasion; and he hoped all the aldermen would endeavour to put in an ap pearance on the station platform on Monday morning. OUTSTANDING RATES. The Mayor stated that the rates outstand ing, for the present half yeai were : — General, .£35.118 5d; Lighting, £17 16s— total, .£53,78 31. Final notices had been forwarded to the delinquents, an-l it was agreed that after the insertion of a notice in theExPHESS, the Mayor' should take proceedings against all in jarrear»4 to recover the arnpifnts owing. The meeting then cloael. ,,

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Contrivance for Starting Horse Races. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

A Contrivance for Starting Horse Races. A mechanical contrivance intended to supersede the man with the red flag (invented by Mr. Bolton) was exhibited in the bii-dcage at Flemington' one day. last week... In prin ciplu it is the same as a self-winding tape measure. Fixed to a poat on one Hide of (lie course about 4ft. from the ground h a wooden box containing a drum worked by a spring, , ronnu wtucn a riuoou om; wide is wounu. The ribbon is reeled off the drum . and stretched across the course to a spot on the opposite side, to which it is held by a mov able pin, connected by a cord with the opera tor, or starter, who stands about 30ft, away on the- side of the posb ou wliicli ifr in- pro posed to start the horaes. To this latter post is also attached a gong, and on the top of it theie is a small red flag, or nvther banner, in view of the jockeys. According to the in ventor's idea, the horses are ranged in Hue about 30ft. or so beyond the outstretched ribbon, and when all seems fav...

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

Important to Subscribpris ? ? ;... -, .?.,!...,[,?.,? '. . . . : -j.-... ,?- ? . ? .- ,.-;.... . ? ? ? i, . ? : ? '?;-' :'?'' '?- Subscribed to the EXPRESS,, *.feo!'4o:; n not receive -their copies regularly -'wilier; please communicate at vorice willf^tlieT '; Office, Bank-stieet, Moloug. ? ???./ )':yCi\\} KEATING'S POWpiEI (i HEATING'S POWDER,r keating's ppwDEiit;:;: KEATING'S POWDER.^ KEATING'S POWDER; ; KEATING'S POWDER. This Powdei, so celebrated, is utterly unrivalled in destroying BUGS, FLEAS,. MOTHS, BEETLES, and all Insects,' ' (whilst perfectly harmless to all .uiiinml, life). All woollens and furs should be well spriakled with the Powder before : placing away. It is invaluable to take to the Seaside. To avoid disappointment in sist upon having ' Heating's Powder.' 'No other Powder is effectual. . :i. ??':?. ::. , ? ? fBUGS 7-;;k; . a,'^/ , I FLEAS ?'???'?^ -? KILLS! MOTHS T I BEETLES IMOSQUITOES, but is unrivalled in destroying FLEAS, .'Bugs, cockroaches; beetles, ? . ?? ...

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

' A. Coulson. F'lt Cattle. — A large number yarded before u good atteudrtnee of the trade, and if anything; prices were' not hb brisk as previous ^sale's. Light weights principally in demand. ..1 yarded 42 head, fairquality and medium weights. Sold ; ?-a account of Mr. N. Oaaliiu 20 hnad : 5 bul locks from £3 5s to £3 15k, averaging- £3 lla; and 15 cows from £1 15* to £3, avemging £2 7a 2d ; on account of Mr. H. Brrtzier, 13 cows and heifern ?frmii £1 5s to £2 8* ; oniabcouiit of. Mr. Claude Smith, 7 cows from £2 5a to £3, avera ging £2 Us 61 ; nod for same owner 2 fat oalves at £1 3s to £l lo«. Best beef worth about 10s per lOOlbs. ? .,-...?? Fat Sheep. — Hardly sufficient number forward for present requirements. I sold for Mr. T. Clancy 44 wethers at 3s 10J ; aud for Mr. Jauiisi Breiiiiau, 53 lambs frviin 2'i id' to 3a Id. ' ' ??' * Storo'CattloV— Very little' doing' iu this line:;: except for local cattle, which are sought after! 1 sold ou aocouut, of Mr. C. Sniith.'S'coWs'Wd cal...

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ORANGE STOCK REPORT. J. S. LEEDS and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

ORANGE STOCK.' Ri^lJ0RT J. S. Lbkds and Co.,, .-,... Fat Catfle. — 17Q yarded.. NotwithntandiiigV the heavy supply the market was nnu -tt l»te rates, prime was scarce aud sold at 12« to 13a per 1001 bs. We sold— ? 47 steers f -r Mesors. ltawli.ua and, Co., Walla Wallah; at £2 10s 8 i. .., ; . , : 10 hoifeiflforMr. 11. Rawiius at £2 la, I steer at 36i. 2 bullocks for Mr. Sorimshaw at £% l6*. 7 steers aud-heifers for ?Mr.-'VV1.5 Aloore, Cran . -bury, to £3. 6 bullocks'for Mr. J. Murphy,- Carjo'a't £3:ls. Fat Sheep.1— Small supply yai:ded, nvurket firm f -r prime. We &old 100' wethers fur Mr: W. 'Milli/ate' at 3i Id, 2 Imnos at 4s 9d, 11 wethers at 3s. ; SNYre Cattle'. — .Vlrrket dull. We sold small draft . fi.»r Mr. W. M-if-re at timkel prices. ; Store Siheop. — None yurdod. j Horses. — Market firmer. We sold 27 head ilicludiug pony tor Dr. Coi.lriiii;ton at, ,.£10 .2a 6dy also lots for Mess. s. Murcett, 'Feigu»oiVV Faliey^ C. McLean, W. Taylor, Clayton, Anderson, Brlorgan, E....

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Local Commercial intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Local Commercial Intelligence. ,! , This following are the wholesale quotations:— ? ? ii ? & ? d ? .£...». ...d. Fowls, per pair.. ... , ..... ',,0 2 0 to 0 2 6 Turkeys, per pair ... ?'.'?' '; 0 3 6 OHO (Jfeae,- per. pair., ... ... 0 2. 0 0 2 b' Dmrks, per.p4ir'.;''''V-'.'l. '''''/'^''p '''2 0 02 '6; l«gga, perdo^eu' 'V'.V.'..'''''1'.?.''''^. ';,a 6,0 0 8 Fr.sh Butter, per Ib.;;'^' ''::'.?' '0:i/0' '6 : 0 0 8 Cheese, perlb';.. ' x*;';?' ^-;^'0''0 1'-^~ ^0^0'v6 Bacon, per lb... ?':l.'^W.M0^T6 0 0 8 Honey, per lb... ... ' .'.!l':.,:.O 0* 3 0 0 0 New Potatoes, p.er.cwt,;, yuWAQ-M M 'i '$'? ° P PoUtoes, per ton , ; ..'.:?;? r-.'-il'S! i0;-,.'Q :: 5 10 O Wheat, por bushel ,:..;.-,,.-,i ^...i-xft ..3;..p'-'.'.O .3 '3 Maize, per bushel,, ..;.; h,^.,, .0r,,a,lO , 0 [3' 0, Oata, per bii*hol,.feed.lli;] ...'t'.Q t3.', 0, 0 3.' 3 Chaff,. per to-'i... .,;..,.,, .;.? .3 ? 0 0 0 0 .0, llay, per ton ..V .:... ; / .i.' 2 10,.' 0 , 3 0 0 Pollard,, por ton,;, ;..'.ti; .,;...,i 3. p'.i 0 3 10,...

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

NOTICE. MB. W.E. P'A^ON desWes to inform Clients ,an'd tiie'i'ublic that 'he will 'bo 111 hydnej for a few weeksfrbin1 the 9t.li1 instant, and that .duriiip hiff absence Mr. J. C. I'anton (from the office , of Mesurs. Laurence, McLuclilan anil Wilhaun, b^dnoj) will roceive instruction*.' . ^i . .. , D^ted this eighth day. of December, 1893. '. i ? ' : :: . Wi E, rANI0NfJi , Public Notice. ALL; ACCOUNTS owing ;to me, tlie undersigned, , iiiust be paid to in 7 - Solicitor, Mr. P. F A. Kinna, 011 or before fourteen days from this date. All Accounts due by me will be liquidated by my said Solicitor. W. G. TATLER, M.R C.S E. December 15, 1893. ..=.-... T u K 'Xflists Variety Pair '.... : . IN AID OP THE ANGLICAN CHURCH, !.??- ' Will -bo OPENED in the ^ciibaL; of arts, molonc, ' '; ' .By^lBS, GEO. BAXTER, Friday Next, 22nd Inst., i . . .. At 3.30 p.m. Opea Friday and Saturday Evenings. A ..Choice Variety of llseful Articles. Poultry, Produce, Dress, Toilet, Fancy Gfoixls, Works of Arfe, '...

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

?'''..,.. DEATH. McARDI/E — Al her residence, Edward-street, M6 lotig, on the 8th December, 'Catherine McArdle, wife of Peter McArdle, aged 40 3 eiiis THANKS, MR. PETER McA'RDLK desiree to return his H K A HTFBl/r THANKS lo those friends wlio were so kind in their attention to his late-' be loved wife' during her painful illness,' and also- to those who took part in the funeral' obsequies Mr McArdle also expresses his gratefulness to tho Mem bers of the Loyal 'irride ,of ..tliu West Lodge, I.O.OiF.,M.Q.,' for their-' kindness during his ro-« eent boreavemenl. ? u

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Molong Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Moloiig Lands Office. -,-^- ? —^ — : ? ' ?? ? -.;'. The following selections were taken up at the aboVH office -m Thursday : — I^ate Balfe, 155 acren c.p. coimty Gordon, parish Cardington. A ballot was taken for thin selection and resulted in favour of the above-mentioned applicant, the unsuccussful one beinj» TJr'-an Sparkes. :, ; Williim Black, 114 acres c.p. county Got*-1 doti, parish The' Gap. i XJrban Sparkes, 155 acres, c.p. county Gor- ' don, paiish Cardingtou. , . ' Bridget?' -' What's the matter, Maria V '' Why have you seen Donaldson's stock 'Xinus presents?' 'No.' 'Oh, they're something beautiful:! *

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Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Calendar For Next Week. : . . ! . , ??.;;, ,-? — — ? w ? r— ,:???!,?,; SUN, ??]? , .'.,'. ;M00N. ,(- ,.?.-, Rises. Set8.( .Risea. . .' Sets,' : a in. I, p.m. p.m.'..'' ulni1. Suuday ; 4 47 7 7 : 1 48 ^ 33 Mon.lay' 4 48'' !7; '7 '; '-' '256-'' 1 2- Tuesday 41 48 1 ? 8i- ?-? -- i'^9i':!-.:.l:.34u' Wednesday 4 49 7 8, ., , ,6; 24 ,,,;2,a2 Thursday 4 49 7 ; 9 ! 6 ,40 ,. 2 68 Friday 4 50 7 9 7,53 ? 3 55 Saturday . : 4 50. , 7 10, .8;54 ^. 5 .4' Moon's Phase.' \ '.'',' ?'?''' ' Full moon, 23rd Dooetnbeiy ut 2'4L' p.m. ;

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

A Petition. The following is a copy of a petition forwarded to Dr. Ross, M.P., for .presentation to the Minister for Mines, and signed by 50 reridents of Cargo : — j 'Cargo, November, 1893. ' To the Honorable T. M. Slattery, Minister for Mines, Sydney. 'The humble petition of the miners and business residents of Cargo humbly showeth — ' That your petitioners are sufferihsr a great injury and injustice, in consequence of 63 acres of the best auriferous land in the immediate vicinity beinn leased by a Sydney speculator (Mr. Dunn), who, since obtaining possession' of the above named lar«e area of ground, has never fulfilled the labour conditious of his leases. .. 'That the 'Golden Clad,' gold-lease, now in Mr. Dunn's possession, has had six months labour expended on it iu four years. ' That the 'Iron Clad;' gold mine, of which Mr. Dunne is also the lessee, has ceumined ,un worked siuce June, 1891, with the 'exception, of about six weeks work done mostly ou the surface,,, .,.,... ! 'Tha...

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ROUNDABOUT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

R0U N DA BOUT N OT E$ ? The action of the Rilway Deinunstiaion Committee at Forces in itiiioring tliH p'leple of Molonjr iu the ui-tt-er ot° CHlebiating the Opening of tliH rail way to P.irkes au-l Forbes has- formed the topij of ' cpiivmaitiiou in several places in Mulong this week. Some time ago ths Mayor (Alderman Black) received an official letter inquiring if he would attend on the -( auspicious occttuon,' and to thia I believe hit* Worship replied in the affirmative, but from that day to thi» not'jjuiother.' word re^nrdiiig the atfuir has been officially received f'Otn the Deinoiistra tiou Maniitjomerit. What han cau^d Molon« ' to be slighted in thia iimnaer no one can even, conjecture. The people of this: town and district fought ha ni for the line when it, was first mooted, and it i« uot presuiupiion to sa y that hod it not i'eeu for the efforts of the folk hereabouts Forbes would not he so near celebrating the opening of the railway to its township aa it is now. Forbes lias...

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

;JPlMn'aillfancyit;-fliiess ? . .i WltpBKfHBIiD IN THE School of Arts, Mplbn^^ TOTSDAY, JAN.; 2§; ::::;?: :':':;;:' re 9.4. ,;:, ;::';,:;;;;;::; Under the auspices of the ;n ,1,1 : Ancient Order, of F« pesters /(^oiirt , f /? '''?''?'??'l ?'-' McNairhara). !-:i ???^??--^ ?????':- ?????? ? ???..- ? : ?? . jas.. moorb.I /,/ ' - : .'.?-??: ':? ;', ??.'?;? '?.?.??, ?;,'?/; ^°.h. Sep.'.'. ., On and, after the ???????-.-. 1st of JANUARY NEXf^ i ' ? ' '' ' ' THE : ?'-???'?? - ''??? ???:! :.' LONG CREDIT SYSTEg . ???? ''?'? ' ' ?' : 'WILL BE : ' ? . :..?. . ? :,???.:,! IDlS0ONTINyEt-^ ; BYiTHEi.UNDERSI.GNmV ,;^;i ! And .after th&t, Jfta.te, , AbL ACCOUNTS ' I r'';')'i'--'i' '??? _ 'MUST! BE. ' '--r :???:.:,;?, A -' Settled 'Qua^wXyi'iv1. '' dAMESJ%^AMi:j Australian .Stores,- M olq,ng-r . -^ A Merry 'Xmas to All h Fresh: Oair^en Honey; -;- ? JAMES PACKMAMyi WATSiON;,STK EKT, ' M'6 L 0 Njf I ^ . Will, fi-oni next yreek, have a large quantity ott t BliAU.TU'TL .liAUDKX. lioftliY, which...

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A DANGEROUS CHARACTER. SYDNEY FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

A'D^GEROIjS CELArHACTERA O ! rnji;0^, Friday.; *%.: A coloured man, apparently of unsound mind, ..called at the Premier's office yestt relay hrtviii^a^vpistiHjand a flask of 'povfder .in 'his poHsewsion. He whs quickly arrested 'and brought before. a Police Court, and remanded fora§^j£, ? jQ/\[--r Q5;;ViAij

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Latest Telegraphic. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

[?] (from our special agent.) ^TH^.ijbLlTXdAL^J1UATl6.f. -;1; '?? SYDNEY,' Friday. Mi'.c.Q; ^(.'Hbjrdon, fhasi aoceptecl y-thp, At- torney-'Geueralsbip,'an'd will lie appointed to the Upper House to-day:1 The selection h looked upon in political cirples aa appropriate. The'Htm^ T. .M.J31att.ery takeC tbe^jjoit folio of Minister for Justice temporarily, and will still also preside over the Mines Depart ment. ? -i r .. ,. ,?.,..--,, ,', , JJo fresh appointmeub will be made over the Mines Department1 at preNeut,1 ? ? ..??;;? Mesara. Barton and O'Connor took formal leave of their offices last tiight. Mr.. O'Connor leaven for England on the 8th January for a twelve-months holiday. The Government have receivad a number of letters' from . prominent ? citizens,; holding ; high positibas, urging them to continue; in ! office. Ministers considers the recent meeting at the Proteatant Hall and Sir Henry Parkes's speech at' St. ?Leonaida vhaye^ materially utien'tjtlieiied theivp'bHition.' ; ' -1...

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

► 'Xmas Fair.. „ * The 'Xmas Fair, advertised in the Express this week, for the benefit of the Anglican Church will be opened at 3.30 p.m. on i Fri- -' daynext, 22nd inst.; and kept open all that afternoon arid evening/'Jalso, ? on Saturday evening, from 7.30 till a late hour. The opening : ceremony will be per formed by Mrs. Geo. Baxter, who took such £.. interest in the church bazaar last year, and *—'? has been most active in the Anglican Church here for two years pant. The s«le will .con sist of every procurable variety of seasonable and serviceable supplies, both for Xmas feast ing, presentation; decoration, and pleasure making, as well as articles of attire for all Bizes; ages, and both' sexes for all seasons;: The ladies have been busy' for two or three months past preparing their work, and some generous, donations,; ,ha-e.. /.been j given, ' l.y f^ctads o£ the church in the parish. - It is the'desire of the' prom idt'ers that all kindly disposeciheluerB i will aericj p,r giv...

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Mr. Kinna's Pets to the Fore Again. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

Mr. Einna's Pets to the Fore Again. ' We 'aVe ^'pleased to hear, and wa'arie^urH our readers will be every bit. as glad to know, of the grand success the champion poultry and pigpon ^breeder of the West, Mr. P! F A. Kinna, hits scored U the.' prang*. Poultry, Pigeon^ and. Dog Show, held, on Wednesday; mid Thursday Ws.t. . Out of 52, entries made by'.^ir Kinna, no leas than 50 prizes, includ ing two specials, were obtained; Thirteen Driz'8 wete SKcui;r.d --y his representatives in the poultry' classes, and no Ihhs than 35 positions of honour were accorded the pigeons so highly, and with very -good reason, too,prized by our indiiHtiiou8 towiiMmai). Mr. Kiima occupies, we chink, a phenomenal position, for ' it is doubtful -^-ave, very questionable indeed — if any other man in the' colony has obtained such a lar-re number of practical proofs of the Hujterior qunlioy of his biids as htt iiHsJd lining iht{ no W it I nio^i;ti^*gon'e- ;.yeiir of '93. He has competed not merely in little one...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

CHURCH SERVICES; Appended are the church appointments, in con nection with the local Wesleyan Church, for to morrow and the following Sunday :— . ?- r -,, ? I Deo umber 17th. .?ay. I-'*'. Molong, 11 a.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan.' , Molong, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Garra, 3 p.m.— Mr. E, Baker. ; Red Hill, 3 p.m.— Mr. G. Anderson. : ? Cumnock, 3 p.m. — Rev. D. A. GilsenBn. Barragan, 3 p m.— Mr. W. Snield. .,,, ? :; ? ; ; : Cargo, 7 p.m.— Mr. W. Shield. , f ,, Lockwood, 11 a.m.— Mr. W. Shield. , t . - December 24. ''',.' Molong, 1-1 a.m.— Mr. A. Baker. ''??'? ?'????''?'' Molong, 7.30 p.m. — R.3V. D. A. Gilsenan.' ' Garra, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A Gilsenan.- ' ' ? r -!- Merauburn, 3 p.m! — Mr. E. Baker, .i ^ v :' Dnrln) 11 o m ? Row T). A. frilRfiimn. ???,.:-.,.,, Oudal, 7 30 p.m.— Mr. E Baker. ? -..,;, , t, ,„ Red Hill, 11 a.m.— Mr. E. Baker. .V^'T',,',/, Shades, 3 p.m. — Mr. A. Baker. . ? ? V ,1 ' Barragan, 3 p.m. — Cargo Mission Band. ' v'

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POLITICAL POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893

POLITICAL POINTS. - . : . ., — ? ♦ ? r— '?Let them (the 'landlords) know that the earth from which they were created ia the com mon property of all men, arid that therefore the fruits of the earth belong indiscriminately to all. Those who make private property of the gift of God pretend in vain to be innocent, for by thus retaining the subsistence of the poor they are the murderers of those who die daily for want of it.' — Pope Gregory the Great. Mr. Lyne : ' We have not known during the last 12 months where to get money for roads or anything else.' Where's the cash to come from to pay for jthe Glen Innes to Inverell railway ? , .' There are members in the Assembly who put the prejudices of their lives before the teachings of education.' — Mr. Barton. The little Astor baby, who was born recently, is heir to £30,000,000, and here, says Tit Bits, are some interesting figures based on this sum., —At 6 per cent, the interest is £1,800,000 per year, or £6000 per day, for say, 300 working...

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