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CHRISTMAS, SKETCHER. Christmas Greeneries. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

vnfilolMAo. onulunciHi j.1 ? Christmas Greeneries. One of the most ancient of customs, dating far baok into Pagan days, is tho adornment of buildings with (peon leaves and brnpohes, on the occasion of high festivals Christmas decoration has vastly increased of lato years. ?Historians are divided in their opinions as to how tho custom of decorating churches origi nated, but that tho English derived it from tho Celtic nations, or from the Saturnalia of the Roniivus theyo can be little doubt. The Druids, ton, performed most of their mystic ceremonies beneath the pvoteotiug boughs of tho forest, and when St. Augustine curried the Cross into Britain ho was wiso enough to utilise hea hen hubits by giving them a saored significance, preservingeuch as wore innocent in themselves. So nature's offerings were brought into Christian homes and temples, while the same method has boon successfully followed by modern missionaries, notably in the Sandwich Islands. Travellers wax elo quent as theydes...

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

Important to Subscribers Subscribers to the EXPRESS, .who do; f . not receive their copies regularly »will please communicate at once with the Office, Bank-street, Molong. .1 ; KEATING'S POWDSB. KEATING'S POWDER; KEATING'S POWDliK. KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING'S POWDER; KEATING'S POWDER. ? ?' This Powdei, so celebrated, is utterly unrivalled in destroying BUGS, JTLb'AS,1 ?MOTHS, BB1CTLES, and all Insects . ,i (whilst, perfectly harmless to all animal life). All woollens and furs should be well sprinkled ' with the Powder before ., ...?? , pkuinyiaway. It is invaluable to take' to' tlie Seaside. To avoid disappointment in-' .. , ?; , siafuponhaving ' Kentiug'a Powder.' No oilier Powder is effectual. ~ ' - ,' ????.???????=??:??? rmids ''' '..' ' I FLEAS KILLS! MOTHS I BEETLES I MOSQUITOES. but is unrivalled in destroying FLEAS, BUGS, COCKROACHES. BEETLES, MOTHS IN FUBS, and every other ; species of insect. Sportsmen will find this '.'. invaluable for destroying fleas in the dogs, ? as al...

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

I PRDMISCUOUSPARS. i ? ? « ? M | Eleven thousand bales of wool hare been II sent away^fotV he Parkes railway station j| this season.- ' '.'? \, | The will of the late Mr; J. W. Phillips (the [I Carcoar tragedy victim) has been proved at £835. A dozen young girls in a small town in New Zealand gave a wife heatei a sound thrashing. The Parkes Cricket Club, netted £17 as the reault of a recent concert. The Shah of Persia smokes a pipe valued at £40,000. We'd soouei' have the money than the pipe any day. Here's a good record now. From eight acres of land at a place, called Lawrence, Farmer Berry has uprooted over £300 worth of potatoes. D'ye hear that, Molong farmers'? Well, you try and do the same, and better, if possible. The Peak Hill Hospital is £10 on the wroug side of. the ledger. The measles epidemic is so bad in Forbes that half the pupils at the local Public School, which has a toll of something like 600, were absent last week, and the aomial distribution of- prizes had to be p...

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

ASSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE . . ? .- The Office that holds the Australian Record for 23 years work. Funds in Hand 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 ba .obtained ori written or personal application to A. G. BLAOKADDER, Molong, Local Agent. OFFICES : 85 Pitt-street, Sydney. H. C. EVANS, Resident Secretary. ^BggllilJ^gs^^^TRAOE MARK *****?«***'?,* SPECTACLES. Before buying Spectacles call and have fclie Eye thoroughly tested Free, and see the famous Specialise Spectacles, 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. 6d. SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS IN STOCK. PATENT~~MEDICINES. '-— ..'.'? The Cheapest House in Town, call and compare Prices. ? Prescriptions accurately dispensed at Syd...

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LAND NOTES. CANCELLATION OF RESERVE FROM OCCUPATION UNDER MINER'S RIGHT OR BUSINESS LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

LAND NOTES. CANCELLATION OF RESERVE FROM OCCUPATION UNDER MINER'S RIGHT OR BUSINESS LICENSE. The following reserve has been can celled :— Land District op Molonq. No. 181. County of Ashburnham, parish of Collett, containing an area of about 70 acres. The Crown Lands within the follow ing doundai ies : Commencing at a point b'ariug w;est and distant 1 chain from the north-west cornet of portion 4, John Graut's 200 acres ; and tiouuded thence on part of the east by a line beming north about 12 chains; on the north by aline bearing west about 30 chains ; on the west by a line bear ing south about 20 chains to the northeast side of a road 1 chain wide dividing it from portion 78 of 100 ucres ; thence by that side of that rond southeasterly about 11 chains; on tbe Houth by a line bearing east aliout 22 chaing to a point 1 chain west of the western boundary of portion 4 ; and on the rs mainder of the east by a line bearing north about 13 chains, to the point of commence ment. The Mutual L...

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

True.— To become tha li-m of a party, it is not necessary to make a l-east of: one's self.;-;;:* . : ? ? ? ??.? ? ? -\ r No . Room. — A oomplacent editor an nounces that ' several deaths are unavoidably delayed till next week.' ; ^ANDER AND SONS' HUOALYPTI EX-; TRAJOT. — bnder thedistinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per coin lauuicatiun made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Conaul-Gonoral of Italy at . Melbourne, 14th March, 1878, Awarded Diploma' at' the Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Olinics and Univet iitiea all over the Globe. , . Thereartiiinitatioiisof Eucalypti Extractinthe market, products of simple distillation, forming crude reainous oils. In order that these crude oils may .lot be takeu for our Pure Volatilt Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Government? tobe of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to ua through the Consul at Mel bournej 2ud March, 1878,...

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The New Attorney-General. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

' The New Attorney-General. Mr. Charles Gilbert Heydon, the new Attorney-General, is a native of Sydney, and ?was born on August 25, 1845. He was educated at the school of ihe late Rev. Thomas Aitken, M.A., of whom Mr. P.'R. Bogera was also a pupil. The school wan carried on iu a building in King-street, off the Supreme Court. Subsequently Mr. Heydo.G receiveil tuition at St. Mary's Semi nary. After be had receivHf! his education he took to n'uancial pursuits, and was for Home 'years an officer in the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. For about two years he occupied the 'position of mana ger, of one of the braiiuhnti. This wprk not proyjing altogether congenial,' he studied for the bar, and while doing ho wrote a good deal for the press. He was called on September - 25, 'ISl^, Mr. Heydnu is exceedingly popu lar '.in his profession, aud held iu high esteem both for his professional atUinmpntB and for his peraonal integrity. Mr Heydon is a brother of Mr. L F. Heytlon, M.L.C, '

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The Land Law Muddle. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

'V V The Land Law Muddle. - 'To TflE EDITOB : Sir, — When shall we have a'Fttrliaaieut and a ^liuUtry lioueatly c»niH l' 'ble of dealing witli the lanJ queutiou iu a Batisfaotury uianiifi'1! Up to tno pieat-ut all legislation haa been pittctioilly iu the in terests neithur of tho pastoraliat uor the ) agriculturist, bub of the speculator, who bus *'? compelled pastotalists to Imy land beyond their means, and so forced them into the hands of the banks. If we desire that the fi pastoral and agricultural arts should thrive in this country, and so become instrumental 1 ? in affording employment to a Itrger popu ' lation than we how possess, wo must have xi^finv land legislation on a couuuDn seusa basis. '''We must. have our unalienutt'd lands divided into two clasHes— pastoral and agricultural, the^former divided into large or small hold ings^'ciaccoidinw to demand and carrying capacity; ihe latter inio agricultural blocks, according to character mid locality. There will then be no poss...

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

- A. CHRISTMAS TRADE. ? It is sold that Mark Oarr was the first . American who ooncoivod the- idea of ousting and making up Christmas trees for marktt, | Heha'd'road of house's and ohiirohai being adorned with pino, hemlock, «hd holly at thto season, and itocourred to him that ths ' stately young tress on tbe mountains around his homo might bo tamed to .profit^It aooount. The ohoppiugr and traniportation oomprisod the whose owtt, te ha at .^ao* «a tcrM On {ho buSinel*. '

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

,. . Military. ? .^ ? The following is the programme of parades for the Molons; Volunteer Corps for March quarter, 1894 : — 6th January, 4.30 p.m., drill order, with haversacks. 20th January, same time and exactly the same dress as that for the drill on the 6th. 26th January, Bathurat (particulars hereafter), field day order; whole day parade; inspection by Major-General Hutton.

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

OHRISTMASTIDE IN NAPLES. All classes mix together at Christmas fea* tivities in Naples and especially in tho rural districts adjoining. When 1 stayed there on one occasion I found that ladies and gentle men of, tho very first quality romped with : the girbi of the house in high good-humour, and tripped it away without tho encum brance of uettv nrido. or the mean vanitv of giving what they oxprossivcly oall ' patronage' to those who wore proud of then: company aud , protootion . A new-married wench, whose little fortuno of a hundred crowns had been given , her by the subscription of many in the room, I seemed as f roe with them all as the most equal distribution of birth or ribhes could 'iavo made her— she laughed aloud, and rattled in the ears of the gentlemen ; replied '? with sarcastio coarsonCBs whon they , joked her, and apparently delighted to promoto tuoh conversation as they would not other wise havo tried at. The ladies shouted for joy, encouraged the girl with less delicacy...

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

A Startling Affray. ? «. ? On Sunday morning last, the Molong police received news of a Btartling shooting affray which occured at midnight on Saturday. A road maintenance man named Jaa. , Williams was camped in his tent at Iguana Hill, on the Erambie estate, about one mile from the station so named, and about five miles from Molons. and was lvin» in bed awake *hen he heard a gun-shot and immediately n wizzing n--isp just passed his head. Naturally enough, Williams was startled, and jumping out of bed he made off — very thinly clad— to Erambie station, where he related his experience to one of the station employees, whom he woke. At daylight, Williams, who had been provided with a suit of clothes, in company with a few of the station hands, jtrocee'led back to his lent, which, on inspec tion, was found to bear numerous shot marks. The charge penetrated the canvas just above where Williams's head was lying, and passed through the opposite side of the tent. The gun could not have been...

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Christmas Verses. SONNET ON CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Christmas Verses. SONNET ON CHRISTMAS. . How have they dawned on us, those Christ ens days, -. The birthdays of tho Friend as yet anseen ? In childhood's far-off vale with gladness keen A wonderland of brightness to our ga*e j Then, the slow ohange, as orept the summer haze, Tho vision fades to thoughts of what hM boon. Of voices that wo miss, and altered scene. And feet that walk no more on Life's high Yob through all ohange, the Christmas star shines on Lonely and lovely ; though tho earth-light* die, Tho soul looks up, and finds it goal at lilt, And asks no more, nor sighs for pleasures gone. ?_ Ono day its Christmns shall bo kept on high, With all Life's hopes fulfilled— its Borrows past ! Mahy Goeoes.

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

Important Notice, HAVE received instructions from George Baxteh, Esq., to sell by Auction, AT HIS RESIDENCE, The whole of his Splendid Household Furniture AND EFFECTS, ON FRIDAY, DEC. 29, I 8 9 3. DRAWING ROOM. Piano (Lep) upright grand— splendid in strument Drawing Room Table Tapestry Suite — a very beautiful Suite Piano Stool Side Board Caruet Curtains, Poles and Rings Ornaments Egn Shells, China Afternoon Tea Set Mantle Drape Window Bliuds Bamboo Curtains, &c DINING ROOM. Leather Suite Extension Dining Table Side Board Fender and Fire Irons Carpet and Hearth Rug Clock Ornaments Table Cover Curtain and Blinds Beautiful Glassware ;r,,i No. 1 BEDROOM. Bedstead and Han^inus Duchess Chest of Drawers Waslistaud ami Set Rocking Chair Lounge Toilet Table Carpets Easy Chair Mantle Drape Curtains and Poles Window Blinds Drapery Pictures, &c. No 2 BEDROOM. . Bedstead and Bedding Waahatand and Sot Duchess Chest of Drawers — a beautiful article Carpet . ?'? Easy (Jhair Toilet ...

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

QUEEN OF THE CHRISTMAS REVEL3. The revels cense ; the dancers crowd About.a maid whoso liciid is bowed — Bowed to receive the crown I hold ; It.iB not made of precious gold, But woven out of ivy green, Aud of them all I crown her queen. 'Tis midnight now, tlic dancers gone, Before the Hir m stand iilono. The fire-light throws upon the wall Her perfect shadow, clear mid 'tall. She is a queen in very right, I whisper, as we bid good -night, ' I wove tho crown which you have graced, And with the ivy, love, I placed A. tiny spray of mistletoe-' ? * ? Tho auadown in the fire's red glow licet for an instant oro they go. Flavul Scott Mines. '

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Official Opening of the Railway to Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Official Opening of the Railway to Forbes. On Monday laat, tho oftic'iRl opening of the - railway extension from Moloiig to Parkes and Forbea took place, hi« Excellency the Governor (Sir Robert William Duff) per 1 forming the ceremonv. On the arrival of the Ministerial train at Molong a few minutes to seven o'clock on Monday morning, there was congregated on the platform n large crowd of people, who had been attracted hither for the expreRS purpose no doubt of obtaining a glimpse of Her Majesty's repre sentative, who was accompanied by Captain Fielding, A.D.C., while on the train were — the Hon. W. J. Lyne (Minister for Works), Hen. J. Kidd (Postmaster-General), and the following memticrj) of Parliament : — Messrs. Bowes, Stevenson, Barnes, Colls, Hutchin aon, Gardiner, Torpy, F. Clarke, Waddell, Newton, and Chapman. Dr. Ross, M.P., joined the party at Molong. As soon as Sir Robert Duff stepped from his carriage on to the platform, the contingent of tha Molong Volunteers (who had be...

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

CHRISTMAS EVE. AVp pit nud watch the twilight darken slowly, Dies the lost glciini upon the louo hillside, And in tho stillness growing deep and holy, Our Christmas guests' conic iu this eventide. They enter softly, -some with baby faces, AVLo.-e Mvcut i'luo eyes have scarcely looked oh life ; We bid them welcome tothoir vacant places; They won the peace and never knew the strife. And some with steadfast glances meet us gravely. Their liauds poiut backward to the paths they trod ; Dear ones, wu know how long ye struggled bravely, ?And died upou tho battlefield of God ! . And some are hero whoao patient souls were riven By our hard words and looks of cold dis dain ; Ah, loving hearts, to speak of wrong forgiven, Ye como to visit our dark world again ! Rossetti.

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

THE CHRISTMAS OF THE POOR. Ju thetli^uy doom of the winter's g'.oom [n the denrth'of a toiler's humble rocqp, One of God's creatures, aged and gra]«^ Worked for her bread on Christmas ojK; Worked from the dawn till the nightTigain, Though every stitch brought a sigh of pain ; Worked till the bells with thoir music wild, Buns: to tho nisrht of the Godborn child. '— At last she punted, ana in dronmiu^ fund, Sweet Pity carried the toiler bo-ond The scorn of the world, its sorrows and strife, And bade her to rest by the gatoe of life. . | To her raptured sight camo an si'rVj&ipht, | Arrayed Uke as God in the robea c-\ li(Si. ; Whojo f&&;was as fair as the blue-doined When tUe morning sun first gladdens the. eye ; And the angel beckoned the toiler to come Neuror the gates for a glimpso of home, Nearer that mercy denied her on earth ' ' By those who honor the Saviour's birth ; But up from tho world the toilet heard Tho cry of tho poor, the last parting word ? From ...

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

CHRISTMAS CHEER. '\ Threo hundred^ears ago, or so, ??? The best that could be had for gold. To set before the Queen hirsolf, Might make a curviug-kiiife run cold ; A peacock stripped and roasted ! Theu, Served in its feathered skin and crest, And glorious in the amethyst, Emerald and sapphire of its breast, ? With curving throat of azure lights, ' And in. its gilded beak a flame; Held high by some fair lady's hands, On a great silver dish it camo. And Cleopatra's purple sail Wus duller than that streaming tail I When that groat gorgeous bird was fit. I wonder how ono lifted it ! Talk of tho good old times ! Just think Of all the feathers and the fuss I Tho times we have are best of all — , ' ' The best is good enough for us ! ? ' Look at this phoonix, crackling i ot. Done to a turn of its brown breast, . From last year s ashes here again. And never mind the peacock's crest ! ? What will I have? An outside bit Whose praises epieures might sing — The wiah-bone, thank you, or perhaps ?...

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CARISTMAS BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

?'?OARISTMAS BELLS. How many memories gather round the sound Of bells, those silver monitors to us! - Whilom,; they peal dire dangers, and the ground Trimbles to tramp of feat fear-furious ; Whilom, they toll above somo burial mound. But where be bells so buoyant, sweet and strong/.! -m-.i :.'.:. Upon tho air as those of Christmas time ! - So fraught with precious meanings ia. their ? ? tvagf .!????? So swelling with a hope and joy sublime. -Htfiat's bvllt. V -*)u all benisons belong 1 Ij. Snout .

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