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

Mplong Racing Club. ? ^ ? . The following; are the handicaps for the two principal events, in connection with the above club's meeting, which takes place on Boxing Day (Tuesday next) : — OPENING HANDICAP. Ebony ... ... ... 9 10 Barney ... ... ... 8 10 Tinv ... ... ... 7 6 lx ... :.. ... 7 2 BOXING DAT HANDICAP. Ebony ... ... ... 9 8 Redhill ... ... ... 9 0 . Protection ... ...\ ' ... 7 8 Tiny ? ? ... -'7 6

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTAL INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

POSTAL INFORMATION . . ? «. ? t ? Mails close at the Molong Post Office as under:— Sydney, . Colonial, Intercolonial, &c, daily. (Sun day, excepted), 5.45 p.m. ; Letters with a'late' fee of 2d. may be posted till 6 p.m. '? l,- 'lJ ~ Q-arra, daily (Sunday excepted) at 7.30 a.m. - ,j|/| Manildra, Meranburn, Porcupine' Gap, Bumberry, i Bindogundra, Kamandra. Parkes, Forbes, and Condobolin, daily (Sunday excepted) at 6.45' a.m. ; with a late fee of 2d. till 7 a.m. ' (;£ Oumnock, Yeoval, Obley, Tuesday, Thursday, '.'andl Saturday, at ;7.30 a.m.. , , j Dilga, Tuesday and Saturday, 7.30 a.m. , Cundu.mbul, Tuesday and Saturday, at 7-30 a.m. Boomeyand Warne, Tuesday, Thursday, an i Sat- ' ' : urday at 7.30 a.m. ; Letters with a late fee ('of ? 2d. may be posted till 8 p.m. . ; / , Mails arrive at the Post Office, Molong, and are,' eady for delivery as under : — ' ' ' Sydney, Colonial, Intercolonial, &c, daily Sun-' day excepted) at 9 a.m. Garra, daily (Sunday excepted) at 11....

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

F. A. COLLINS. TIMBER MERCHANT, &c., CORNER OF PEISLEY AND MOULDER STREETS; '? DIRECTLY OPPOSITE TBE RAILWAY GOODS SHED, ; ? ' ORANGE, BEGS, to announce that ho has now on hand a Large and Varied Stock of TIMBER, com prising — Best North Coast Hardwood (rough and dressed), including 6x1 ami 6xlJ T. and G., Checked and Cham phored Weatherboards, Dressed Pickets and Sawn Palings, 5ft. and Oft., Mountain Hardwond, Richmond River Pine^m -fin. lin. ljin. l|in. x 12in. and over, Baltic, Spruce, and Kauri (rough and dressed), American Shelving, Redwood and Cddar (sawn in mould ings), Doors, Windows, and Mantel Brackets. Corrugated Galvanised Iron, Spoutings and Brackets, Ridge Capping (any width), Lock! Hinges, Nails, -fcc. Agent for Anchor Brand London Portland Cement. , WHEELWRIGHTS remember your requirements are a Speciality ! ; Orders by Post have prompt attention. Much pleasure in giving quotations. i All under the Sopbkvision of! , .?;?,, F . A . CO LLINS, PEISLEY AND MOULDER...

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

LOST 'QETWEEN Molong and Copper Hill, a JD YOUTH'S OVERCOAT (Waterproof). Finder will be rewarded by leaving 'the same with' Mr. Haslara. ???? . ' . ' ? .,-?...'. A. L. HOBSOHT. Licensing Court. NOTICE is i.ioroby given that a QUARTERLY LICENSING. CO OUT will be held at the* COURT HOUSE, MOLONO, on the 9th JANU-, AUY NEXT,' at 11 a.m. ? , ,h. h. chippindall; ?-' Clerk of Petty Sessions. Court House, Molong, 22nd December, 1894.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Christmas Commodities. OUR ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Christmas Commodities. ? ? -*- ? ? . ? — ? w ? OUR ADVERTISERS. F. Coppkb ha3 a good display of pastry and confectionery, while the Christmas cakea turned out at hia establishment are truly delicious. F.O. has also a Bplendid collection of 'Xmas fruit, which cannot be beat anywhere in town. Buy soma and sample it. W. Harris is the man to make you look spruce and pretty. His fame is renowned for that sort of thing. Tailor-made suits is his forte, and he can rig you out in a suit of clothes good enough for & prince to wear, and which will last like a mean grand-father with £10,000 a year. What more do you want 1 W. Daly is running a stationery shop in Bank-street, and is doinif a good ' biz.' Christ mas and New Year cards are a specialty at Mr. Daly's repository. He has a large and hand some collection of cards of all imaginable designs, from which the tastes of almost every individual in the community can be satisfied. And the prices ! Ah ! that's the thing. Well, they can be...

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

The Governor (Sir Robert Duff) per sonally UiAr.k'. 1 LipuiOTu fc Martin and the U^ulonc volnn^eota for acting as a. guard of ', ''^ 4 J- be oa Mouday, and wished '(i roi, ^? ----y 'jaocesa. ; Several Molong huh huve .arpived home from kugoI to ^pcnd the Christmas holidays here. To judge by ?? appearances, the present is the quietest Christmas ever known, in. Molong since the place has been a town of any con sequence. ; . Owing to a severe throat affection the deservedly popular and energetic Bishop of the Bath'urst Diocese, the Right Rev. Dr. Camidge, has been compelled to take a complete rest for a few months, and is about leaving on a trip to England. Christmas week and eggs are Rolling afc 8d and 9d a dozen. Were ever they so cheap at this time of year before, especially with a general election so close at band 1 We saw Cumnock School-master Howard at Forbes on Monday, where he is spending the 'Xuias vacation. Prior to his removal to Cumnock, Mr. .Howard was stationed in the For...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Ella's Christmas Lover! AN ORIGINAL TALE [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] I. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Ella's Christmas Lover! AH. ORIGIHAL TAIE By HAKOID BEEE8 Author of 'Colonial Society,' 'Rural -.. Notes,' &o. . [ALL BIOIITB EESBEVED.] I. It was an oppressively hot December after noon; logs had boen burning for days, and tho atmosphoro was heavy with the smoke from bush fires. Ella Eldridgo, a tall (rracohil girl of 18, steppod across the1 threshold of Eagle Hawk Station, and paused to scan the fiery looking sky,, and the rolling white clouds, just peeping above the' dis' ant mountains of the Red Bullock Ranges, with anxious misgivings, hoping, that before immy hours a change for rain would take place. Hor lovely face, — its delicate colour heightened by excitement, is shaded by a Tuscan straw hat, ono side of whioh is turned: up, and looped with light blue ribbon. Her; auburn hair, which she wears in crisp round1 curls, is out almost as short as a boy's. In her hund ,she carried a gipsy basket filled ?with eggs of the wild turkey. Little wonder that tho lovely Ella feels...

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

Christmas Amusements. Now that dinner is over, the plum pudding duly eaten, und a little pieco wrapped up iu paper for each of the lad'es to put under her nil ow, that she may dream of hor future husband (and, indeed, after plum pudding and miucu pie dreams are not improbable phenomena) ; now that wo are tired of crackers, and it is not dark enough for snap dragon, let us see if there ure any other de vices to amuse the children and each other, which wo may experiment upon without going far away from I he Christmas dinner table. ? I. ' Does anyone know how to hold a' wine glassful of water sideways, without tonohing It, aud without spilling ouo drop of tho water? Impossible? Oh dear no ! Fill tho wino glass quite full of water, aud cover it with a pieco of go-'d' blotting paper. Stand a plate over tho latter, aud holding the wiue glass, by the stem, tightly against the blot ting pspor and the plate, turn it upside down wait until the blotting paper has become wet all round it, tho w...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Christmas in the Air. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 December 1893

Christmas in the Air. The first Christmas Eve— Adam's Wife. ' The early bird gets the cheapest Christmas presents. This is the time for the cheerful giver to bo more cheerful than ever. People who oan't make their mark in iny other way always write it : Xmas. This is the time above all others to ' know ?ill men by these presents.' A Christmas season book was issued on ' The Etiquette of Giving and Receiving.' ' Money talks,' it is said. But about holiday times it goes without saying. 'I am sure my stocking will bo fall.' said a shapely miss to a girl oompanlon, for I am going to wear them in bed.' It. will not be a merry Christmas for every one ; but if each of us would do all we could to promote the happiness of others it would make a great difference, at Christmas and at other times. 'The holidays are great times for birds, tho turkey, the duok, the goose—!' And then, just look at the numerous swallows.' The dolls of to-day are stuffed with saw dust, and few indeed are those which...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Cumnock Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

Uumnobk Cricket Club. ? v ? To the Editor : Sir, — I notice in your issue of Saturday last that yon inform the public of the Molong district that ' some of the Cn.iwmck cricketers are given very much to boantiug of late, aud you conclude , the para graph by advising the Cumnockites not to ' brag' to much. I am surprised that you should have given a public notice of what emanated from one or two individual mem bers of the team when speaking to their friends of the success of the C.C.C., and thus have been the means of leading the public to believe that we are particularly given to 'bragging,' To prove that this is not --the case, it will be necessary forme to give you some idea of the number of victories which they have obtained. During last season, six matches were played and the club wound up without having sustained a single defeat. Five matches have already been played this season, and with the exception of the recent match at Oblev their colours have not baeti lownred. ' I have ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong Hospital. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE .APPOINTMENT OF MATRON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

Molong: Hospital., | SPECIAL MEETlM J)E THE' COM v „ MITTEE. : ? !: -APPOINTMENT OF MATRON'. Oi{ Wednesday evening last a special meet ing of the committee of the Molong tlospital ?waa held in the Town Hall, for the |»urpose of appointing a matron in the place of. Miss Caroline Dogette, whose resignation was accepted at tho last meeting of the com mittee. Those piesent were — Messrs; C. Stockwell (President in the chair), J. Black, E. Finch, J. G. Donaldson, G. Packham, J. Cotter, D. M. M'Calltim, J. F. Wynne, G. Garlick, G. H. Tempest, A. Parker, H. S. M. Betts, W. J. Wind red, and the Secretary (Mr. W. Read). The business of the meeting having been ^explained by the Piesident, the Secretary |read tho various applications, which mini bered 27. Among them were a great many that had no claim on the considetation of the committee — being from ladies who w«te not trained nurses, and who had had no hospital . experience, their only qualifications being that, they were good housekeepers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

? ? ? ^ * Plain and Fancy Dress';.' j w 1 A ' ' T ? T ? - '? d Vj v..Jl3'.-ol ' « ?2' I '' ' ' wriif, BE 11KLD IN THE ' s 3 ; s K . . ? i'U'K ??^rr ? | °« jSchool of A.rts, Molong, ? t 'j---! 'v-'Ti- ? ? ?» ?? :,V.* JfflJRSDAY, JAN. 25, i\-i ; l, 'i j .v , , . Under, the: auspices of. the ... ks ^Ancient', .O'rjie r j ^ ,0^' Vr ets.tejr s_y /j ? *' 1 Mc'Xamuftfr)*#!'.^ V. . -iu'( ,- cd t*j-j{;6o ? .Kb-.ib'fM , ?, -on; a }- i,-4t o-\i » tMO.OJlE,(^ u.f J a' , ; . / V uuwY ??f ? $?°/j A ; Merry 'Xmasjto All ! { Fresh. O-arden Honey, 'ijjjfi J^IVia ? 'STOIUiEEIiPKR, ' : -1 \n 1 Wnv! K ,, WtAT S- 0 N; ST R JBj E T , M OL U^G v„ .j|P7ilI,i.fronv- next week, have a large quantity of , -B li A UTlV ULi G A II I - E N M UN ICY, wfueji lie . , ['] S , will^relail at 41. a lb. '['' ' '' ' ; ' .The Best and 'Kbbshbst? Honey iwthb Mapket !' (' s Don't boy any- other !' Thy it ' i' '''''? «T.j P, is also a '.purchaser of all-kinds' of ' Poultry, for j which the highest prices are always given. ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

: Western District Court I J t f golden at Molong. - l^bi'.'oF PxiAiNt 20 op 1892. No. op Waseakt 4 fc r...- 'v - :0p:1893:- ^ ? Between. James' Haslam, plaintiff, and Malcolm H Angus, defendant. BX': virtue of the Warrant of Execution herein, I shall cause to be sold by Public Auction;, at the Court-house, Molong, at noon, on FRIDAY,; the second day of FEBRUARY, a.dm 1894, unless \ execution herein sliatl be' previoiisly satisfied— | ' All the right,' title, and interest (if: any) 0 of the .' defendant, in or to that parcel of land situate : v in the Parish 0f.th9.Qap, County 'of Gordon, : ?r Land District of . Molong, being Conditional; Purchase j88-o7 of 60 acres, portion 189. Dated al Molong this 28th dav of December, .1893, ' ' i If. Hf. fJlirPPTNTHALL. i.-is, t-ujD ijoui-a, ixol.ong. ] - Wi* ^ ?-1 * J t Iff* 4*3 ^ ^ -H V, I ? mA i-x '-4 1 XWX .5 V^ISHING ALL A Prosperous New Year. AFTER, January 1, 1894, the undersigned has decided to adopt the following terms, be lieving that...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

Thanks. I ..tlie undersigned, desire to tender ray SINCERE . THANKS, to the Publio of. ..Molong and its surrounding districts . for the generous support : accorded me during my proprietorship of the Post Office i/otel, 'Moloiig. . Having no\r disposed of my - -ptglit, title, ** and -interest iti - the above business tb ; MjPS.. F te.YNN, : vlf.tr ust the; same .liberal patronage ?. ?Tljtill be accorded iny successor as was given me; ? ? ; ';T . '. , . ,. '. ..I JitS, PATON./; ; ?'?',27th December, 1893. '

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The Electoral Rolls. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

, The Elector al Rolls. , 1 J- r *-M ? A ? ' I : To the Editor : Sir,— It is of special ?impolitaiice to your readers at the present 'To ? 'kiiow that the electoral lists for the coining1 ;!i 7 year under the new Electoral Act are noV^: . n if available for inspection, and that qtialifir ?jfl.jj '? 'i persons whose names'have been omitted m make application to have Hhem inserted^ ' f}e. \ ' * fore thn 6th January' next. Persons : nameis are omitted iiom the rolls' after.- revi- A sion will not be able to vote at t'^q^ne^t 1 J general election. The qualification for a L ' vote under.' the new act is residence f$r tw'eh e ,v '' months in the colony, of which tlj'e,ld^it threia months must have beon contmvia*)y in, one electorate. Only cine vote is p^in^itted to each elector. Copies of the new. li^ts may. be * . suspected at any police Btatioa^ court lio.use, or post office within an elelctQinate, or at the- , r offices, of the National A.ssocintinn, 23 Hunter-street, Sydney, wh«'^ .ap...

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'Xmas Choral Services at St. John's. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

'Xmas Choral Services at St. J ohn's. I The fi rat full choral service ever attempted in Molong was held at St. John's on Christ qias Dny, and waa much appreciated hy the large congregation of worshippers. For several weeks past the Rev. R, Seymouj; Smith has been training a Btrong choir, liuiou^st 'whom were the f cil lowing ladies and gentlemen Misses .Gilland, Garlick (2), Catmichael, Montcomerv. Tillbrook. Piner (Sopranos)^ '.Bennett,.' Jessie Bowler, and jBiishnell (altoe's), antl. Messrs. Moss, iSer geant Smith (tenors), Young, Cran, and A. and J. Gilland (bassos). Jackson's Te Denm wa» sung with pleasing effect, and so also was t'iie appropriate antheui, 'The Angei Gabriel was sent from God.' In the lattur nurabar. the.J-aHS and tenor solos were respec tively rendered by. Messrs. Young and Moss. The special feature was the intoning of the service by Mr. .Smith after the mauner ob served in. St. Paul's Cathedral, London. An appropriate and stilling sermon was preached by the R...

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Necessary Precautions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

Necessary Precautions. A pew summers ago a crowded coach started for one of tlios' excursions which tubes phice daily during the se-ison in the Lake Dis'rict, Just us - a very steep descent was being approached, the passengers heard (he guard suggest to the driver the advisability of put ting t lie ,di'rtg( on and applying the brake. ^ I'll try to do without,' said tho dauntless Jehu. ' Hold hard ladies and gentlemen, ' und forthwith, gatheiing up his. ribbons with the utmost care, ho started down the de clivity at a pice which was not a little terri fying to the majority of the passengers. 'Have you a bit of chalk V mud one solicitously, to a -pompous but nervous old gentleman. 'Chalk V was the initable reply. 'Chalk indeed! What can you want with chalk at such a moment as this ? c Oh,' was the mischievous answer .given in tones of sad concern, 'I was just thinking that some of our legs and arms are likely to 'no (lving !al)oul beforo we reach the bottom of the hill, and that it wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

TOYS ! TOYS I TOYSji* j. G. DONALDSON BEGS to infonn t.bn Pnblio of Mi-.lon-» »n-l lbs Su r -u riin-» Disi-i'U that he will np«n . during tlit* ?umning w-ek t»n iin'Ufi s' ssornneot - -f Toys for the Xmas Season, which, « ere apix'ii I ly selected hv liiin from tn»» bes' H''i-es in Sydney. Boys' and Girls' Toys from 6d. Girls' and Boys' Toys up to LOs. 'XMAS CARDS ! 'XMAS CARDS ! Cards ii- Boxes! Curds in Packet^! Flat Curds ! Fringe i Curds ! Hand-painted Cards! Curds f ir Children ! Cirds f ? Y'''tg Men! Caids for Maiden ! Religious Cuds, and H'l'miunnis Cards. In fuel, Cards to suit all Clashes. ^iT Prices from 3d. a dozen to 10s. each. Don't Forget Xtonaldson's FOP, YOU 1 1 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS. Noth the Address: — j. :;:^.;:;.;D0'NALDS0N, (Oppositb Pose Ofeick Hotkl), bank. STREET, MOLORTG. 'XMAS COOPS. 'XMAS COOPS. ; VISIT THE M Im A S © O OT STORE S, WHERE Y»)D CAN I'.UY YOUR ; 'XMAS GOODS,, Grocery, Draper;, Fans; GEass^ara, Electro-plated Goods, Crockery, &c...

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Manildra Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

Manildra Mems. . ! ; .j v . srom.ocr: ookrespondbnt^ ...... -1 1, regret (bo have to record that On Friday last PaBtor James Worboya sustained a heavy, loss through having two stacks of hay and one of straw deatroyud. by fire. It .is estimated that there were between 35 and 40° tons of. splendid Hay in the two stacks ; one was all white oat's,, the Other, wheat aud oats, The threshing machine had finished work that morning, and had left about an hour aud a half when the; flames wera seen to brnak out in t.hn atrtiur Htack. aud before anything could be- done the hav stacks ignited. The neighbours were soon' on the spot aud reudered valuable assistance in.get ting the wheat. out of harui'a way ; in faoi, had they uot worked with a will aud braved the. heat of .the .fire, nothing could have saved the wheat froni beinu destroyed. Much' sympathy Is ek pressud ou *li'; bauds for Mr. Worboys, who needed every straw to recoup him for the money he had laid out iu planting the crop and gettia...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

.' ' BAPTIST CHURCH. . Rev. Jessh MAYOi^Paator.-^..:-''.^.-'-;'-,-'-'' First Sokday .bach Month.— Granny, 3, p. in., Mr. W. Hyland ; 7 30 p.m., - Pastor.; Orreara, ; 3 p.m., Mr. W. Edwards. Manildra, ;t3 pimv; Pastor. ? ' - Second Sundav.— Garra, 3 p.m., .'PaBtpr.; 7.30 p.m., Mr, ^ Waldock.: Gregra, '7.30,, p.m., Pastor. Mamldra, 11 a.m.,' Pastor. ? Third Sunday.— Garra, 3 and 7:30 : p.m., Mr. D. Ball. Gregra, 3 p.m. j Pastor. Mahii dra, 7 30 p.m., Pastor. Foorth Sunday.— Garra, 3 p.m.. Pastor ; 7.30 p.m., Mr W. Pocknall. Gregra, .7.30 p.m., Mr. G. W. Griffith. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Fifth Sunday Garra, 3 p.m., Mr. W. Straochen ; 7.30 p.m., Pastor ; Gregra, 3 p.m., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Morning services at Manildra Hall'; other services at Manildra House.

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