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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

^ /' ^'^?SS&^m^ and 1843. 1893. THE iVIUTUAL LIFE Insurance Company OF NEW_ YORK. ? A -TTENTION' is invited to the extraordinary x*. development of this wondorful Institution during recent years. The amount of Insurance in force and the An nual Income have been MORE THAN DOUBLED SINCE 1884. In that year the Annual Income was £3,921,009 18s. JLOd In 1892 it was £S,2G2,600 13s. -id., an increase; of £4,341,590 14s. 6d., or 111 percent. In 1884 the Insurance in fore- was £72,235,993. 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 5s. iOd. in 1684, and £2 758,259 Is. 6d. in 1892. The Assets of the. Company at the end of 1892 reached the gigantic total of £35,951,572 4* Half a century's experience of Life Insurance operations has enabled The Mutual .Life Insur ance Company of New Yotk. to guage the wants of.tne public, the result being two forms of ' fcSemi-Uentennial Policies' : . , . THE FIVE...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

PMn and Faiicy Dress i 'clil ?: Vti '? Yflit BE 11 ELD US' 0?HB : ' '' '?'?'' '?'?'?& \ ScElooI of ? A.rtsv Molong, I THUrIp^Y; JAN. ^ '???.?*: ???? ;?? ? 1 8 94,- .v.-.n... ,-aiM '' ?'?'i; 'Under th^ auspices of the'- -; ];r-'it'- ?- -° Ancient ?. Order, of Forestera, .(Qotir.t.'; ..; .:?;?.!?...-.'. ?'?'.'ii. ?: ' jAS::.MQORE,*i c^i'.Q ... ,. .. . ,..,, .,:; ;,. ....... . ,., ,. I):iIoin.(Seo.i..- A Merry 'Xmas^ib -lliX1; Fresh Garden Honey. JAMES PACKHAIVI,; STOREKEEPEK, WATSON S T RE E T , M 0 L O N & ,:M Will, from next week, have a large quantity of ' BEAUTIFUL GARDEN HONEY, which ' he ; - will retail at 4d. a lb. a: , ?,;, , .- _ .:?. : ~~T ? ????:? ? .. ? , ': ,.,;| The Best and Fee8hest Honey in the. Mabket !.-, . Don't buy any 'other ! TiY it ! '? ~ ? ? ' . . ? ? . t J.P. is also a purchaser of all kinds of Poultry, f or : ,, which the. highest prices are always given. ., ;; For Private Sale. - W. J. WINDRED & CO. have for Private Sale. . 4A HE Alp ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

'\Lct-the journalist defend the doctrines of the party he approves ; let him criticise and condemn the parry of which he does not approve ; reserving always his right to applaud hia opponents or cen sure his friends, as the truth may require— mid he will be independent enough for a free country.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

THE TWO GENUINE ARTIO&IS. ' ?' ' T o^emmnts .TQNrcr^ , ? , „ ? ;..,... ; 1 :'' FLETOHilE'S ^ILLS,r ,.'.'' . ' IMITATED! BUT. UNRIVALLED : ' ' [ ' , ' AND ; UNEQUALLED;'. ' '' . ''' ' ' CLEMENTS TONld is a scientific chemipal food ( and restores the tissue wasted by the vocations [of every day life, is a prompt aud safe remedy. [ for neuralgia; neryqusness and ? weakness, , debility, iliver cvmpiaint, dro|isy, and chronic indigestion.} ' FLKTCHICR'S TILLS, cure heartburn, bib'k ache, headuche,: liver torpidity, dyspepsia and all' complaiats of the Rtomach and bowels. ; These, two remedies have been thoroughly tested , , in all ,the hot countries of the woi'ld. They are, \ sold 'everywhere, butcare miist be' ta'ken. that the ' genuine anc.obtained or the money, and Itime* are - waste^ and the disease, so much, the more serious. ,,;

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CHRISTMAS! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

? CHRISTMAS! 'A Merry Christmas!' 'Ibis is the wish bf'ma uttered by. hundreds of thousands throughout the world of Christendom at the present time. It falls alike from lips of hi»h and low degree, from the white-haired nnd bright-haired, from thoRe on whose shoulders English snows are falling, and from those basking under the glowing Aus tralian sun. Under whatever circumstances it finds us, it is the season of good wishes and kindly greetings, the one period of the year when that ' good-will,' which is too ficarce a commodity with1 us, seems to be more equally distributed amongst mankind, so thai each one manifests his shaie for the -.ime being. Such a Christmas greeting we extend to one and all of our numerous readers, trusting that before Time in its rolling course brings round the great Chris tian festival again, brighter and more pros perous conditions will have dawn upon all. * 'Twas Thomas Tusser who wrote ' Christ nans comes but once a year,' and seeing the disorganising ef...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Essays On Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

'7i .:v 'a ,? : '?'O -, ?? ? .'»?? ? -?- ??? '????? ^^ ??;. mi. t I Essays on Flowers. ? =?? ?: . ? .. ? a— ; ? .. ?_?:.?..'?' Tug , folio wing,. prize, essays, written . by two piipils HttenU.ing. the,Mplong Public School,' who; are both about 14,yearspf, age, were handed us' by Mr. A. S. Bridekirkj principal of the school.. As w.e., ever; ,,haye) a ;vdesire. to! . encourage juveniles to placetheir thoughts on paper, ;.we: huye iiiuch pleasure,, in. publiahiug the essays in --ur(p()luinn8. . Sd here they- at$,;:— rk.i.i n : -? : : E'lowera ajce; very, beneficial to human' beings. They .nearly,, all have lovely scenting smells;.' Flinyer.a are not simply mad.e tolook at, ..but to;' beu-jiitify the.eartli;.;1;Iii all.couucries they are to be fuund..; some pf minutesize, wlii'le others are ' very lariie., The greatest and most numerous varieties of flowers, are. - to. be..- found' within the tropics; the simple reason', is because i, within I,*!.-.,]'. .':??.,? .r ????'???? this .zone...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. Another Chrisbmas has come round, and the Express is still on hand to tell the tale — in fact, the Express has been growing lately, and growing with such rapidity that it is now simply immovable, and intends to stay until the end of time or until some peregrinating comet trots along and simply wipes MoIouk off the face of the earth. At this festive season we cun all afford to be jovial and generous, and forget our troubles, if we have any, and overlook the grievances and growlings of the past ; and, in common no doubt with hosts of other fjlk, the 'Topic' man feels as though he could Make good the friendship! which are broken ; Forget harsh words written and spoken. Observing the custom so geneially adopted at this gay and festive period of the year, I wish ail friends and readers the compliments of the season. What a pleasant time was that spent at the ' breaking up' celebration at the Mo long Public School last Friday ! It whs, indeed, as has already been said ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CHRISTMAS IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

CHRISTMAS IN PARIS. I will put on my rose-colored spectacles that I miiy write of Paris siuco tho white curUin baa fallen on tho whiter aspects of tho year. The snow, llko 'a mist of butterflies,' has como ! Tbo last flowors to go were the ohryBan themums, which lay in drifts against tbo white marble slatuos of this oity of gardens. Oh! beautiful autumn, how your arms enfolded the fainting world with the passion of parting, your heart throbbing its hot proto-t against the cruel invasions of winter — the wind that bared the trees of your gn den gifts and tho rain that stained with 'jolty black the cxquieiie nudity of their branches, bunging them with diamonds for the coming ot the Queen ! She, the lovely, yet terriblo, jealous, cruel fiuii oapriciouB ! Against, the white of her robes are the dark outlines of life, whie'h in tbo warmei ii)loi.- of summer are lost in the gradations of light. All at once we feel enclosed, crowded in, ns as if our fight mot an interposing wall. We recoil...

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They Say: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

They Say: (Collected by ' The Chatterer^') That no less than 10 would-be M'e. P. are 'mentioned an probablea foi the Molony elec tui ate next election.- Who. me tlmv please? Tliut the uiition of tl»e Railway Demon stration Oonitnittise at Forties towards the Molong people was coiHeiiipabitt iu the ex treme. . :..'.' That the 'charitable, institutions and churches of Mofmig will Iosh good frieiida ia me Ufjiuriuteot Mr. anu iVlra. U. Baxter. That stray cattle i.s still a nuiflance to resi dents in Kdward-stieet. Tiiut Monday last whs a wretched day in Eoil-e8. The dust was something terrible. That the Cutnnock cricketers aie crowing loudly owr theii* vioiories this season. The ^ tuue will be changed directly, though. - Thtit a couple of marriages are likely to taku place at Manildrn v«ry ' shortly. The r conuaoting parties are ? — ^hem ! That a gond amount of local: ununicipal raiea ate siill O'Jtstanding. , i : That Porcupine Gap will shortly beaSpluce of the past. - ; That blinkers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Hey I Hey I Hey ! EVERYONE SAYS THAT THE Best Fruit, Best Bread, and ? Best Confectionery Is obtained at R. THOMSONS v r '.__ * /'S&GIP- IN B ANK-STJULET, koLQNG . .' ; If you have not yet paid him a visit, do not fail to , do so, because ,uo place this side of Orange — and even ther.e— cnn supply you with better things, both as regai-ds quality and FUESHtfESf— in the above lines 'than ?? ? ? ? ?????? ??? ? ? R. THOMSON, FRUITERER, BAKER, AND CONFE JTIONISll \ BANK STREET MOLONQ. PWBAIEEK F. COFFEE BEGS1 to inform the Residents of Molong and 1 Surrounding Districts that he has started busi ness as Baker and Confectioner is-:-. .AT LAUER'S NEW BUILDINGS, '?-And hopes by civility and stribfc attention- to Busi ness to giin a fair share of patronage. hot. pies Tnd coffee. HE£T ?..BEFRIiSH.MRNTS.AT' ALL 1I0URS. — Of every description Fresh every day. — BREAD, 3d. PER LOAF. General Storekeeper, The Best Store in Town For securing the best of everything LOWEST : PRICE POST Wm HOTE...

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Death of Mr. H. Wright. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Death of Mr. H. Wright. ♦ ? [From the Western Advocate.] ? The feeling which is only inspired by the passing away of a general favourite whs called forth on Saturday when news readied Orange that Mi. Hugh Wright, wenr., of Belgravia, had breathed his last. For Home time he had been under the best medical treatment procurable in Orange, for rheu matism, to which complaint he succumbed, at his redience, Belgravia, on Friday eveuing last. Mr. Wiight was about 80 years old at the time of his demise. Deceased, who wan a native of Stirling, Scotland, was a resi dent of this district foi over 40 years. His settling here in the early days was viewed with a great deal of pleasure indeed. He was an enthusiast in every branch of sport. In the early days he was a successful breeder of thoroughbred horse*, and was well known on the turf, b,*vf 'f late years he, to a great extent, relinqu ' ?' active participation in that sport. He 'ne. of the moNt success ful farmers in the district. Mr. Wright ...

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Land Administration. (To the Editor of the Molong Express). [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

?}.-c-tt\' r 'Laiid Administration. (2*0 the Editor of the Molong Express). SlB, — The following lettei has l-een ad * ' dressed to me, and as I believe 'lie Land Laws are not administered, 1 take le«ve to ask for space in the columns of your truly valuable and widely-circulated journal, in order to rentilate a matter of such vital importance ♦ to the whole ccminunity. ' Department of Lands, 11 Sydney, 15ih November, 1893. ' \ ' Sir, — Referring to your letter of the 20th ultimo, respecting Reserve 1797, parish of Bowan, county Ashhurnham, situated on Davy's Plains, resumed area, No. 298a, Eastern Divi sion, stating that such reserve emiM not be held under preferential occupation license, I have the houor to inform you that the reserve in question formed part of the late leasehold area, held under pastoral lease, and a preferential ! occupation license having been applied for under the Grown Lands Act of 1889, the licensee had a preferent claim to the lease of the laud. 'I have the ...

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THE CHRISTMAS OF LONG AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

THE CHRISTMAS OF LONG AGO. Host o? tho Chrisfinas presents in those days were designed by the manufacturer for tho hanging stocking. Anything too big to go into a stocking bad to go over to some body's birthday. In any family whore thoro was moro than ono child, the old reliable ' Neah's Ark' was always looked for. Wo hailed with acclamatiofs of astonished recognition, noah auu Jill's JNoah, Messieurs and Mesdamos Shem, Ham and Japhet, Thore was no way of tilling tho men and women apart, they were exaotly aliko; but the elephunt and giraffe you could distinguish at a glance on accouut of the spots on the giraile. So also tho dog aud the cow ;J because the cow wus ulwuys white and blue, «hilo tho dog waB invariably plain blue. Within twenty four boms after tho landing on Ararat, the baby would have all tho paint Bucked off Shorn, Ham and tho hired man, and the doctor would bo sent for. The red monkey o iinbing a rod stiok was another regular Christmas visitor. Ho was highly esteemed ...

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CHRISTMAS IN SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

CHRISTMAS IN SIBERIA. .On Christmas morning, writing of tb» exiles iu Siberia, tho prisoners, who- sloop below gronud. are awakened by the guard and told to prepare for tho day. This thoy dp:by drawing their rags around them and stumbling -ftor their keepers to tlw npper.air. As thi-y approach thu sky they havo to shield their eyei from the light, and at first, they stagger like dru: keu inch. Thoy are marched into the rude quarter- provided for the deten tion of prisoners above ground, amd there an extrii'ration of bread is distributed to them. Thou-1 religious service bogius aud lasts through the greater part of ttie day, being viir-ed by a dinner nt which an extra allow ance of meat is served. In theerening the wretches avo again led under ground, any who show roluctunco I eing stimulated with tho knout or tho bayonet. Tlien their weary toil ib resumed, to be interrupted only by: deatb. or tho next holiday. ?.?.?.; '..:... ..... .. '? .,;; . OURTIB KlNQLAKE.

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Our Mother's Book. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Our Mother's Book. We seavoh tho. world, for truth ; Wo cull the good; thopuro, the beautiful, From gravestones :m\ from wiittuu suroli From all old flp ? or fluids of tho soul, Aud woiiry 'soekovs of thu bu^t, . ' Wo coine back ludu'n fiom o.ir quest To hud that, all thu siigra snid - Is in tho Book orlr mothers read. WiarriEB.

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Capital, the Encourager of Labour. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Capital, the Encourager of Labour. To the Editor : Si i',— It cannot be too strongly1 emphasised that capital,' no' ''matter*' what form ic may assume, is a result of 'thrifty accumulaiion. Small ..efforts. ..have, in the course of time, grow-Q.ii*-. to great undertakings. Seemingly trifling, thpu»h in, ^reality im portant, repeated sayings have mcreiised to vast sums, as in the case of the Rochdale Co-onerators. whose original nence became ? I . ...» . ? o £ — -,?,/;?? swelle'd.into shillings, and then into pounds. It is this accumulated capital tbat keep's the whole mechanism of industry in operation, and: which in a prosperous state of aiTairs is always increasing. The larger the reserve capital at command^ the better the chalrice ii there of workmen being employed and' suit- - able remuneration for their labour. Accord ingly, the possession of : spare capital in a country is.a great advantage to the people, whoever may be its owner. Those who assert: that a country would be bett...

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A Working Day. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

A -Working Day. Lico is but a working clay Whoso tasks are sot aright : A time to work, a timo to pray, And then a quiet night, Whoso palms sire greoh', whoso robes are white ; A long-drawn breath, a buliu for sorrow, '? And all things lovely on tho morrow. Chkisti.va Kosseiti

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Christmas Day on a Station. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

??O^teabma^Sa^'.oii'ai Station.* {- v ?oJ ?io|ntjft'lliicciiii '''express' by g.h.d:] : ? ? ''?' ? '|;^oll f'O bbys/i.it'a, (J^yJigJVt !' ' Ic is 'the' Qi'Iiiiyer's vqi.ce^and all. .hand p. are;dres.sed; in the'iciimugh'rbnd ready; back .woods, oostu men in a veryfewininutes,vfand!-in the 'kitchen, where breakfast is awaiting :tliem. It: is BCrtrcely'^et daylight the'1 morning aim is peeping over fchp eastern horizd,hj 'and t,he ? first streak of grey, heralds the approach of sunrise.'.,. IMie black boys have g-jne out for the horses, «nd in a. very few moments after breakfast the .boq'ted, iind spurred, .stockmen will be 'sLttt(opini» away in' smirch of. a mol- ,pf cattle, the^eamster will have, his l-i,illockH in and fed, the ration carts -will \\e' on; their road to the .outposts, Where -the. boundary riders and water' drawers are Hooking anxiously forward to their Christmas pipers and fresh supply of more than ordinarily delicate food ; the rouseabhuts and jackeroos will be patc...

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Peerless Perfect Poets Three. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Peerless Perfect Poets Three. Wave aud wind and willow-tree Speak a speech that no man kuoweth ; Tree that sighoth, wind that bloweth, Wave tlint lloweth to tho sea : Wave aud wind and willow-tree. Pnecloss perfect poets yo, Siugiug suugs all nongs excelling, Fiuo as crystal music dwelling In a welling fountain free ; Peerless perfect poots three ! WiniAii' W'aison. ,

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"I Love Thee." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

|( I Love Thee.' I lovo theo freely, asmon strive for right ; I love theo purely, as they turn from praise I lovn thbj with llio passionpiit to lisi, ' la my old ariufs and with my childhood's faith. I lovo theo with a love I seemed to lose With my lost saints I lovo theo with the breath, , . Smile, tears, of alliny life !— and if God choose, . ' , ; T shall but lovo theo botfor after death. Mra. Beowninq. { ?:? ....... ,.-. . i. ..

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