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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893
St. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. , ''„! \yL Molong — 1st Sunday of every m'onth;:.v;. ,\i; ?:.,,, 1£ . Cargo— 2nd !Sundky;i:p.f every nionthj' .,;... ou. ,. 'Cudal— 3rd, Sunday pf.every, month. ,' iir,.; ' C.um.up.ck-r-j4th .Sunday ..of every mp'nth'., ';?' ' ' ManildraT-otli .Siin'cVay ' in the mohth' '(when J occurring). ?? v' ' ; :.' ' ' ? :/;- '.^-'i' i-^ ;-'
SUNDAY SERVICES. ST. JOHN'S (ANGLICAN CHURCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893
SUNDAY SEIIVICES. ? .? ,: St. John's (Anglican Chuuoh.) ??'???- ? Molong— Eyery Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p;m. Sunday School, 9.30 a.m.,- and 3 p.mi : 1 ?Country Gkwches. . .... First Sunday each month — Warne, 11 .a.ml; ., Beri, ,3 p.m. ; Garra,, 3, p.m., Bible and Catechism, 4.15 p.m. jCutombals (lay set- . vice) 3 p.m. . ' . ' ? ' ?.'''.' Second Sunday— Yulluhdry, 11 &:m.'i Cumnock 3 p.m. ; Amaroo, 3 pim. ; Catechismj &c, . 4.15 p.m. r '?? :.'.'?; ?; Third Sunday— Warne, It a.m. ; Beri, 3 p.m, . ,; Catechism; &c, 4.15 p.m. ; Garra, S.p.itt^','. ;r. Fourth Sunday-r— Y. ullundry, 11 a m. ; Cumnock ' 3 p.m., Garra (lay service) 3, '.p.m., C&te- ' chism.'&c, 4.1.5 p.m. ; Amarob;' 3 p.m. :' .Quarterly— Catombals, 11' a.m. ; Camtiock^'S ?'? pirn , Holy ' Couiiii union, 4.15 p m. L Holy Communion at Molong :firBt Sujidjay in ;- the month (at other churches as pre-announced). . Baptisms — Moiiiiiiy.ftnd,lVVednesday,.4io'clocki i of which du,e; notic...
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893
POSTAL INFORMATI'OtHI ..,' Maila close at the. Molong Post PfEceas' under;— Sydney,. ; Colonial, Intercolonial, &o., daily (Bun day, exceptod), 5.45 p.m. ; Lettei's' witli a late ? fee of 2d. may be posted till'6 p.m; '? * ?' : * ^ s . ? i- ( ; . Q-arra, daily (Sunday excepted) at 7.30a.m.; /- ... Manil'dra, Meranburn, Porcupine Gap,. Buinberry, ,' Bindogundra, Zaraandra. Parkes, Forbes, an.d ? Condobolin, daily (Sunday excepted) aV BI4S'.1 a.m. j with a late fee of'2d. oill 7 a.m.' ; ' !' Cumnock, Yeoval, Obley, Tuesday, Thursday; and Saturday, at 7.30 a.m, , . :,, .,,. ,?.,:;.,,? Dilga, Tuesday and Saturday, 7.30 a.m. ... ,,; . (,j Cuiiduriibul, Tuesday ami Saturday, at 7 30 a.m.'' Booiney and Warne, Tuesday, Thursday, iuYd i-jiit- ;' urday at 7.30 a.m. ; Letters with a late' fee ;^of' 2d. may be posted till 8 p.m. i' .????-?'-?'; -v.iu ' Mails- arrive at the Post pffice, Molong, and are eady for delivery as under : — ; , ' . Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, &c, da...
BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 16 December 1893
?' . S-Uh-^l BAPTIST GHiUROHf;''':;''^;.^'1, 7 .;: '??//. '. '!?? REyjviJiESSE Mayo, iPastor. X;.v ;^v':: ,- Pirst; ScTnday each MoNrTH.^-Garraj'3,p.to*., t, ?Mr. W. Hy.l.and; 7.30 p.m., Pastor. .Gregra,.^ ?3 p:m.| Me. W. Edwards. Manildra, 3 p.na, Pastor. . ? ? ., '- . '? ' ' yiicoNp Sunday. ^-Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor; ; ,7.30.'-««-:»' Mi-'. A.. Waldock.' Gregra, ^lO';' p.m., Pastor. : 'Manildra, li a.m., Pastor.- )'?'??'? Third Sunday.— Garra, 3. and 7; 30 p.m., ( Mr. D.' Ball.' Gregra, 3 p.m., Pastor. Manil- j dra, 11 a.m.!jj;Pastor;;i .. ; . ',.,',. Fourth. /Sunday.— Garrn, 3 p.m., Pastor; ' 7.30 ' p.m.; Mr. AY. , Po.cknall. ''?' Gregra,1' 7.30 ,' p. m. , Mr;; (2. W.' Griffi th. Manildra, 11 a.m^:, ' Paaiorl' ' ' , ' ' ' ;i:V-.:i.r '1 j Fifth': Sunday ''-jar.ni, 3 p - ? ii . ,- ' Mt, :,[^W/-i Straoclieii1; ?7.30p1.m., 'Pastor ; -dregra; 3'p.,in^, , i Pastor. ' ' Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. V ,. A i ; Morning .services at; Manildra Hall ('.other1 services at -M.auildr,& House...
Versicles. A POWERFUL LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
' ? T'Ypioles. ,'. jV' . . A rOWSBTUL 1I0BT. 'TIs well to know where'er you go, And fear ita blighting p^iwer — Tho light that Hea in Gossip's eyei Is twenty-scandal power, nESTANDWOElc. Economy raro. ? .!.-., In the, man you will find t Who works with his mouth While ho rests with his mind. LIFE'S LIM1TAT10N8. '/ Do your best and let that end it, Allyour wbrryis in Vain ; You. can carry an umbrella, ' 'Bit you cannot inaka it raia. :?'? ' HOW TO WIH IN JCONSBCIUBNO*. If you'd have reputation : -For being wise and. bright, Look solemn as all creation: And keep your mouth shut tight. _ . IDS NIW DIBXASB. It wasn't any microbo That carried ofl our pet, 'Twos just the common, every day Obnoxious cigarette. corruNBnini. Women ueem lovel headed, In spite of what men prate ; But what in tho mischief's the reason That their hats are never on straight f THE TUCK TO TURN. If I were a worm and had to turn, As worms will do, I hear, It soeun that I'd turn and flee Ere tho early bird came near....
BRINGING IN THE BOAR'S HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
BEINGHO IN THE BOAK'S HEAD. In flio eldcn time tho ohief dish at great Christmas feasts wus the boar's head, which, adomod with laurel arid rosemary,' was brought into the dining-hall to the music of trumpets. 1 1 is said that the custom of bringing in a boar's head is still observed at Queen's Col lege, Oxford. This practico avose ont of tho following circumstance. A s ndent of the college, whilo reading Aris olio during a walk near Shotover H'H, w_a»' attacked by a wild boar. The book in his hand was his solo weapon of defence, and as the animal charged him ipen-mowhod ho thrust it down its throat, paying as he did so, ' Griuecuin, est !' (' It is Greek !'') The boar was no effcotually ohoked that it d5inl nhnost at once, and the student bore its hiiid home in triumph. .This happened five hundred yeara ago, and ever since that date a boar's head 'ias ap peared on the College table at Christmas in commeujoratiou of the singular encounter. E. Kendall.
MEALS ON CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
MEALS QN;CHIUSTMAS DAY. Let your bwakfast tablo show forth its brightost silver,' bhiha,' and glass aud its snbwiost linen.' Have foivyour centre piocu alow bowl of holly, slibwi'iig the blight, glistening red and green to those gathered about it. J?ruit, either white grapes, oranges, I* best of nll.Vhaddoo'ks served with powdered sugar, make a cood foundation for all tho sweets and goodies I Uao this feast day scuds into fchn KiiindnliR of nutNf: nf ,ih Onfttwxil nv pearlhcmiriy served with cream should como next, and lastly, l?renoh chops served ^ith peas and creamed, potatoes accompa-uied by hot rolls, und steaming fin grunt cott'eo. Hot oakes are besf avoidwl on holidays, I think, drid^implify .'mutters 'in thn kitjibnn For luncheon lot bouillon iu cups be served us ypur first ccuirso, follow it with thin slices of cold roast beof, ham or tongue, served with brown' hashed potatoes, a dish of sar dines, served with sliced lemon, and another of chopped otlery with mayonnaise dress...
Various Christmases. SLAVONIC CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
Various Christmases, SLAVONIC .CUSTOMS. It is, ouBtomary in Polish villages to strew '.tW.-WWsSw .-jS-riftmae ovo tupjior tuWaH, and for the youiig people, bKndfoldo-l or in the dark, to pjokout each a straw therefrom Should thtf siraw-'be gcteii, the l'uoky maiden nxpoots to wo«r a wreath or the youth to lead a bluehin^ bride tb'the'sitodiuihg the a'p proao1iing'-raai''j ? ikA :'i dried stiTiw: foret«lln to epier Knjf w»i«hy, possibly oven until d»tfc-.,,:. ? -i : ?.-!??:,:? ,.- : ?--... . .- -. ? .j! 'In other rural Polish disfrioiwi' oh the 'Christ's Eve,' wine; boer and water are placed by a girl betweon two candles on a table. She then retiros'into 'a corner or an adjoining1 room to*, watch tho :result roflooted in a minor hung for this Ipurpose. If, as tho clock strikes midnight, a man enters and dvink.-i the wine, she is happy, for hor wooer wUiberich. Should he drink tbe beer, :shoi may ?bp'.eohtent for the -vboer will be'' welU tp-dq.' If tho water bochosen, her 'husband wi...
BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
? i I I ' J ' I i 'J 1 J I BAPTIST CHUROH. , i . Rev. Jessb Mayo, Pastor. ? First Sunday each Mosth — Garra, 3 p.m.,. Mr. W. Hyland ; 7 30 p.m., Pastor. Gregra/ 3 p.m., Mr. W. Edwards. Mauildra, 3 p;m); Pastor. ' ' ?.'.'. ' ' ' ''' '/' Second Sunday.— Garra, 3 p.m., Pasl_or ;j 7.30 p.m., Mr. A. Waldock. Gregra,' 7l§e«' p.m., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.m.'; Pastor. '? ?? Third Sunday.— Garra, .3 and 7.30 p.m.,: Mr. D. Ball. Giegra,3 p.m., Pastor. Manil-, dra, 11 a.m., Pastor. , Fourth Sunday.— Garra, ' 3 p.m., Pastor; 7.30 p.m., Mr. W. Pocknall. Gregra, ? 7i3O' p.m., Mr. G. W. Griffith. : Manildra, 11 a.m., ? Pastor. ?. ??? ??-?'-? Fifth Sunday Garra, 3 p.m., Mr. W. Straochen ; 730 p.m., Pastor; Gregra, 3; p.m., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Mornin» services at Manildra Hall ; other, services at Manildra House. . . , '
THE GOOD OLD CHRISTMAS PLATS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
THE GOOD OLD CHRISTMAS PLATS. There are oortoin Christmas shows which stem, to tho saddened consoiousnod' of certain of ur elderly griimblorn, to have fleeted by forever. Among them, for instance, the den r old-fashioned Ohristma 4 Jairy play. IiHterly refuse to recognize the in ilr««ed abomhia tiiins which adverti-o theaisclvcs nowadays n« OliristmaH plays, us possWing tho slightest riirht'to the' title. The old-iushionod fairv play was as wholesome, as old-fashioned, home-made cakes and sweet.-). Surely the deinnnd for it has not cenned. If the mu cluins would give us that thrice-pleasant old bill that for so many Christmaees held its honored stage—' Tho Crioketon the HeaHh' and 'Beauty and the Beast' I for one would promise to aitend ;ovory porformauco, witW as many of my young friends as could prevail on their parents to pay their admis sion fees. And wo would sit in the front row and cat peanuts. . ' 1 am sure I should lauph at tho dear old fashioned fun of 'Beauty and ihu Beas...
THE CHINESE YULE-TEEE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
THE CHINESE YULE-TREE. With us oven the yule-tree has dogenerated intoa toy; with tho Chinese the. trie is still a tremendous reality — eo real, in'faot, that its brariohes have obscured their sp'ritual sun - light. and left .them in the darkness of supor stition. la it not strange tlint so idolatrous a nation shonld havo.in, this.ono cai-e *o much refrained from tho actual representation of an idea cxareising so powerful a. control ovor their rh.eairo, and lranginations? Even in idol, processions, whore tlift fa red dragon himself is maiiooiivrc d, the peach -troe .soldom appeaTs.pn any of tho numerous flouts whioh constitutu the chief glory of these pag-ants. Yet, despite the great mystery whioh shrouded- f;he rites of Cybele, the pine of the great goddess was openly carried through the streets ' of !CRome when hor cult became the state religion, and an excellent voprosoritation of what tho Chinese mystic would immediately recoguize as corresponding to his notion of tho Tree of Li...
SUNDAY SERVICES. ST. John's (ANGLICAL CHURCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
SUNDAY SEIIVICES. St. John's (Anglican Churoh.) Molong— Every Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 9.30. a.m., and 3 p.m. , , Country Churches. First Sunday each month — Warne, 11 a.m. ; Beri, 3 p.m. ; Garra, 3 p.m., Bible and' Catechism, 4.15 p.m. ; Catombals (lay ser vice) 3 p.m. Second Sunday— Yullundry, 11 a.m. ; Cumnock 3 p.m. ; Amaroo, 3 p.m. ; Catechism, &c.,i 4 15 p.m. , v Third Sunday— Warne, 11 a.m. ; Beri, 3 p.m. ,.' Catechism, &c, 4.15 p.m. ; Garra, 3 p.m.' Fourth Sunday — Yullundry, lla m. ; Cumriq'ok' 3 p.m., Garra (lay service) 3 p.m., Cate^' chiam, &c, 4.15 p.m.; Amaroo, 3 p.m. - ; Quarterly — Catombals, 11 a.m. ; Cumnock, 3 p.m., Holy Communion, 4.15 p m. ,; Holy Communion at Molong first Sunday in the month (at other churches as pieannounced). Baptisms— Monday and Wednesday, 4 o'clock,' of which due notice is requisite. Qne of the clergy will always attend morning Sunday School in Molong, and Mr. Betts- (Supt.) afternoon. ;;i':o Cler...
A Strange, True, Love Legand. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
1 A Strange, True, Loye.Legend. By J. W. Dickens. The romance of love is oi interest. Men and women,' whatever the colour of their skin, are moved by the passion of 'love, though in divers sorts of ways. 'In the early days of this colony, when Sydney was forty years youngor'than it noW is, an expedition was ordered againBt a tribe of blacks, to punish them for some slight de predations they had committed. The oamp was discovered, a volley fixed, and some of them were killed. A young officer, a colour-sergeant, rushed up to use his sword upon a grey, headed old savage who had bi-en wounded ; but was sit ting up in the aot of throwing his spear. A gin, of the age of sixteen, stood just behind him. She was his daughter and only girl. The old chief looked the picture of rovouge incarnate. Savage in tho agony caused by his wound, aud iu deep anger against the white man, another second and the spear would fly with unerring aim and lightning speed into tho young officer's body. Tho daughte...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
?'?''eiTOieft slF^fcll^ ^ ? Appended are the church appointments, in con* nection with the local Wesleyan Church, for to morrow and the following Sunday ' :— ,u. ,..,., ? December 24. -p !$y''' Molong, 11a.m.— Mr. A. Baker. :^'' Molong, 7.30 p.m. — Rav. D. 4. Gilsenan. ^ ? Garra, 3 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. ?, ,.? Meranburn, 3 p.m. — Mr. E. Baker. , i ,v Oudal, 11 a.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Cudal, 7 30 p.m.— Mr. E. Baker. Red Hill, 11 a.m.— Mr. E. Baker. Shades, 3 p.m. — Mr. A. Baker. Barragan, 3 p.m. — Cargo Mission Band. ' December 31st. Molong, 11 a.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Molong, 7 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Garra, 3 p.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. i '' Red Hill, 3 p.m. — Mr. G. Anderson. Barragan, 3 p.m. — Mr. W. Baker. - ? ? Cargo, % P-m- — Mr. W. Baker. ,i Lock wood, 11 a.m.— Mr. W. Baker. ,,,,
Christmas Notes. THE MISTLETOE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
^^^-GMMaF^fM^ r::~' r': ? TEE' inSTLKTOE. ,' But mistietoe— English mistletoe ! Surely that':will never -lose its hold !' some may rai-liitn. ? . Not in name, porbaps, bnt in substance. For. you must know, real English inisttetos is' as.ra'rb;in:this oountry as a white black bird ; utui-that to called by florists, and sup posed to posiess all the pi'operries with which tho blook- -artof tho Middlo Ages endowed tho mystib parasito, becnuso -grown on Bri tish 'soil, i comet prinoipally from Normandy, where it ilouriBhca in such man profuBion its to be a .'- veritable ' nnisanoe, while it has so embraijed and Stntngled the rood-side poplar treo^ that tho, tVeoch Qovermni nt has ordered it to bo entirely destroyed. If this edict is oarr^ed into.efteot, we. .aboil- see very littlu of thetrue.]niatlejoe'l,(v'iscuni.'album), bnt will havo to conK»nt ourselves with its American cousiii, thb. P^orridendroh ftavosce s, which abounds irt' spnieof the Southern States, is really., far,' prottior...
Goods Rates on the Molong-Parkes Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
Goods Rates on the Molong-Parkes Bail way. Dissatisfaction is expressed at Farkes at the decision of the commissioners in charge of the branch railway line at the rates for the carriage of first, second, and third-claBS goods on the extension railway from Molong to Parkes. When the commissioners were at Parkes in July last, Mr. Eddy said that goods of all classes would be treated in precisely the same way as on the main line. Relying ou this promise, no further action with reference to the rates was taken by the public, it now turns out that btauch line rates are charged ou these classes. The cost of delivering third-class goods at. Parkes from Molong is 32s 7d, or 8s Id above teamsters' charges. Numbers of teamsters are willing to carry at less than the rates named. Peak-bill and Ale'ctown will probably continue to get their goods via Balderoogy and Molong, and thus 52 miles of trainage taxes on the goods will be lost to the Commissioners. One teamster has contracted to cany freigh...
Molong Police Court. TUESDAY, 19th DECEMBER, 1893. (Before Dr. ROSS and Mr. W. H. Gouch, Js P.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
:^S' Molong Police Court. Tuesday, 19th December, 1893. (Before Dr. Ross and Mr. W. H. O»uch, Js P.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. At the request of Mr. Kinna, Jeremiah Dillon, who was proceeded against by 0. A. Clarke, for using insulting language, was fined £1 and costs of Court. Mr. Kinna stated that defendant had apologised to proseoutor for his conduct, and regretted very much what had occurred. Prosecutor had consequently with drawn the summons, and did not intend to pro eeed with the case. Be considered that if a nominal fine such as mentioned was inflicted, the case would be fully met. Fine above * stated inflicted, and paid. For unlawfully assaulting C. Clarke, the same person was fined Is and costs of Court. . STEALING. : James Joyce, on a charge of stealing one water bag, the property of Algernon Price, was discharged. INDECENT LANGUAGE. Police y. . Alfred Graham. Using indecent language in a public place on the 12th instant. Accused pleaded guilty. Fined £1, 4s lOd costs of Court....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
PHOTOGRAPHS. PORTRAITS. GA.BINBTS ENAMELLED, Per Dozen, 17s. 6d. ; per half-dozen, 10s 6d. CARTE DE VISITE BNAMEBLED, Per Dozen, 10s. 6d. ; per half-dozen, 7s. At the Studio or at Residence. bawk'street, i&ai0 Close- to ' Express' Office. W. G. Middleton Edwards. TO YS I TOYS I TO#S ! J. G. DONALDSON ** BEGS to inform the Public of Molong and its Surrounding Districts that he will open during die coming week an immense Assortment of Toys for the Xtnas Seaaou, wuiuh were specially selected by him from the best Houses iu Sydney. ........ , Boys' and Girls' Toys from 6d. r Girls' and Boys' Toys up to 10s. ? 'XMAS CARDS! XMAS CARDS! Cards in Boxes! Cards in Packets ! Flat Cards ! Fringed Cards ! Hand-painted Cards 1 1 Cards for Children ! Cards f.-r Yontig Men ! Catds for Maiden ! Religious Cards, and I Humourous Cards. In fact, Cards to suit all Classes. W' Prices from 3d. a dozen to 10s. each. Don't Forget Donaldson's FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS. Notk the Address: — ...
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893
jwew Time Table'. ' ' The. following is the official timp table, which I will ,be, ,oJ3Seryed i r,om Monday next,, , in conneo-v, I tiou with the running of the mail traiua, ba-^ I tween Orauge au.d, Forbes :— -..,:.. . '' -'' ? . down iKAiisr'.1' ' ? j ^euve1 Orange'-' :'-' ,!.'.! ;I ' ?';?&?'? 5.-25 ai'tikl- I : Arrive Bor'eiiore* '.:iM- ?! ;;i !'.'.?.'?! 5.53 'O-Vj':'17^*' I ! !.,';j, ; lAnj-iroi).. ,i;.-i ...'.;? i i n ;; .^.,\-Sil5 ,',„.(.?,?:./?. I ! „ Molmig ...' ... .6.^5^,, „...„„ I Leave Molong ... ... 6.50 ,, I ! „ Manildra11-*-11 A.RA 'jf'-t?l?.iW-7.'42 „ , I ! :?:.;, i ? j; Merauburn «/;v; -})rM .tvih7u-52V jyAl I ! v.:i-rjid^y^o.»I;v8:4e .'.oOKw jS»3o ,Vi'M vd I 1 c-(ij»K.' £?.*&» »-Jj ''^,hvteMMn»i ., .„ I j „ Tichbourne ... ... 11.15 .,, I j Arrive Forbes ... ..., U.2&'''1,;'''11 '*'' I i .Uti'TKAiSfWiivj ';ol nuiiiyl :\U\ 1 I .Leav^Epr^j,,;, v,.!.^,,;^ ^.^.^2 ;.,,,Prm.,;- I ,, jraiKes ... . ... o.zo ,, ] I ????u; l(l nJA'tll^'s' i'l'''u';j.i;...