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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

' Lot tlie.joumalistidcfauil the doctrines of the party lie approves let him , criticise : and condemn; the party of which he does not . approve ; reserving, always his right to applaud his opponents or cen sure his friends, as this truth may require— iind lie will be independent enough for a free country.'

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

(843. 1893. Tiff MUTUAL - LIFE Insurance Company OF NEW_ YORK. ATTENTION i8, invited to jthe extraordinary .development of this wonderful, Institution , during recent years. Tlie '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. -lud Iti 1892 it was £8,262,600 13s.' M., an increase of £4,341,590 14s. fid., or 111 percent. Iu 1884 the Insurance inforcn 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 1884, and £2.758,259' Is. ed. ' in 1892. The Assets of the Company, at the end of 1892 reached the, gigantic total of ?£35,951(572 4s. Half a century's experience of Life Insurance operations has enabled The Mutu'ir Life Insur ance, Company of New York to guage the ?wants of the public, the result being two, forms of 'Semi-Centennial Policies' : - THE FIVE P...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

' MANILDRA News oiit 'here is : very hard to! firidP Strips; ig is in f till 'swirig, and the weather iis'aU^that' uld be desired for harvesting, ' 'although a'godd' -wer would be very acceptable.^ -The' 'yield I ' not think will- come up to the published^ ^tistics. If it comeB up' to -ten bushels1 per e it will cover my estimation. ' ' Che long talked-of and hard- worked-for rail / line has at last been opened, and by the en's representative, 'too.;: Yet Manildra' sld riot wake up and' celebrate the occasion, lere was the Progress Committee, or' whit e they thinking of to let so' good a chance ' ishow their loyalty pasB by unnoticed. A ' Id number assembled at the Btation, to see, - first train go through, but as His Excel-, cy was partaking. of breakfast, he was not to seen. The crpwd did not even give a cheer. $iat a lazy lot they are, indeed ! .Many werp. 83 ^ 4 inquiries for ' Our Member.' ' Where is 3 doctor 1' Oh, he can't be on board, or he \ /uld give a look out and show he...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. With the advent of the new year let us hope there is a change for the better in store tor tlie .Molong district generally. The past yeai; has been dull and lifeless enough in all conscience, and as we are taught to believe that when things cannot become worse they must get better, one is surely justified in looking forwaid to increased activity in com-: inercial ci i;c!es during 1894. As far as the distiict is concerned there has not been one tiling accomplished during the past year that i« -»f general importance, and as for the town, apirt from carrying into effect a scheme. . for lighting it with gas, nothing has been done that our people can lay any claim to having accomplished. There aie many movements which may be taken tip vigor ously during the new year, and which, if they could but be cafried to a successful termi nation, [ would ; increase , the prosperity aud improve the position of the town anddittrict. With unanimity ot' action on she part ot resi den...

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

OUMN.O.OK: ,'V.{ I Ou Boxing Day. a match was played between teams representing the Obley :and Cumnock clubs, ? on, the ground of the former. , When it; ?became ktiown that the bowling stieiigth of the Cumnock team, and some of its best batsmen were unable to play, some of them being away spending their holidays! while.others were atiip pitig, 'it was almost a., foregone .conclusion that the O|imiiock flag would be lowered. Such cricketers as Howard, Neville, McLennan, Hamilton, Mick Burns, and Poier Burns bding absent is sufficient to prove that a weak team, was all that could be gathered, and though I would not detract from the merit's of the Obley Club, who played an excellent' game, yet it must he admitted that the chances of their victory would have been far smaller if the full strength of the Cumnock .0.0. had been repre sented. The Obleyites received the visitors in, right good style, and after a pleasant, game won by 23 runs. Appended are the scores , Obley- — 1st Innings. S...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Happy New Year! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

; A Happy New Year ! When thin issue finds its way into the hands of our constituents we shall he very close on the confines of the New Year. ' Even as we write the minutes are swiftly beating 'tis to the border-land ' between «ie crepid 1893 and its infantile successor. 'We shall sdon b^ crossing the liiie, and entering on what we fervently liope will prove a more | prosperous era. Although one wishes to \ honour the injunction 'speak no evil' of the ft dead' (and the old year will soon l-e among I things departed), 1893 will not die ' uni-' | versa |ly regretted.' ltn course, from jvinutiry : I to December, arid all round the world, has ' I been marked with much disaster. Inunda f tions -have— swept away much life -and I property. Conflagrations of unusual extant 1 have devastated cities. Tempests of extra Is ordinary violence have, wrought ??. wreckage; S and. .destruction on the- ocean. Famine in | Russia has ' depopulated;. 'tracts- of country^ ; and Pestilence '- has scourged ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

ASSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE fiiTiiiiL ncitieal life msmmm The Office that holds the Australian Record for 23 years work. Funds in Hand to meet Claims over ... £!,300,00u 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 be obtained on written or personal application to A. G\ BLACKADDER, Molong, Local Agent. OFFICES : 85 Pitt-street, Sydney. H, C. EVANS, Resident Secretary. . SPECTACLES. Before buying Sjifcfcticles call and have toe liye thoroughly tested Frep, and He» the famous Speciality Spectacles, guaranteed one year. Pebble Spectacles, 3s 6d, and Specs from 5s. a pair. ' Repairs to Spectacles a Speciality ; New Glasses fitted from Is. 0'lch, New Frames from Is. tid. ? SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS IN STOCK. PATENfj^EDlCINES. — The Cheapest House in Town, call and compare Prices. ? ? O ? Prescriptions accurately dispensed at Sydney Prices. D E NT...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

New Time -Table/ I — The following, .i? the, ;official; time ; tabjt; whichi ; ; will be observed from Mouday, next,, in conneoj^^^ tiori witlijthe running of the.iutvu traius2^j^^i , tween Oriuige and Forbes ' t '1'1 '. DOWN TKAIN. . ' ? '.''il Leave Orange ,, .. . ... , 5.25|a.ra. - » Arrive Borenore ,..5:53; i„.,V). T? ,, Atnaroo ... ... 6.15 , ,, ... „ MoUmg ' b.2'5 Vl'u fro Leave Molong ;L;l) 6l5l) u V*'1'' ? wai Manildra ? ' ' '71,42^^^ j ,, 'Meranbnrri' ^i52.^|^4siniJ8»-'' ? nu ? Aih.y.'s i ...»)-Jn»j»av..\«9^2,sVj5i,t:!.Y/-;%{i3lV' 1 „ ,. Parkes. - Arrive Forbes ? ..i '-v 1 it.! . - ;t: 'i ' :i',' l-- w() /' ,t»i.4V^r prt ..- ; ?--'?.'7/ :r pu Leave Forbes ;; b.,i|;a-!K.^!2^1)!p;:m^ B-it-wi Ge '? ! -. , Tichbourne, ^^1^ : die i ;: ' i\Bw: / fav Athy s ... . ;? . ... ,4.43, ... am li t ; ?' ' Mera:iiburiV ' 5 06' 1 * clu i V,' 'Miiiildi ;ai'uHJ-,iU!, am { ,v'^ }ii Molong- rfhi :--',7V20,1'' , I his ! ?.v,.H„'.:Amaroo: „ air ik* j ,j. ' Borenore ; ? - (7 th( uc- Arriv.e Oranga...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

What are the chances of a dissolution on 'the old Electoral Act by practical repeal of the other by his Excellency's proclamition 1 ,;The M utual Life Insurance Company of New York is, as statistic^ returns prove;' the largest-institution of the kind in the world. To 'inark^-the'1 coiu'pleti m of ifcn first half: century's business it' has introduced new and desirable forms of life and investment policies, whicliyMi'tt tieing, extensively issued.; -As- will ? be speti^by. advertisement in another column, i hisjCompany is prepared to appoint a first class,, local- agent for Molong nndsurrounding dis'.rict ; ar.cl applications for, the position ?cm jbiv fin Wiirded to Z. 0. Rennie, General , -Manager, 131 Pitt, -street, Sydney.* Importaiit to Subscribers , Snbscribeis ito the EXPRESS who do not receive their, copies rpgularly will '- please communicate1 at once wiih the f! . Office, Banlc-street, Molong. KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING' S POWDER. KEATING-' S POWDER. KEATING' S POWDER. KEATI...

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Molong Racing Club. BOXING DAY MEETING. SPLENDID RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 December 1893

Molong Racing Club. ' c,. « ' ? ? - — : ? ♦ ? Boxing day meeting. SPLENDID RACING. The Boxing Day meeting of the Molone; Racing Club was a moat succeMslul affnir, financially and from a raeinii point of view. The attendance was not large, but in this the committee were not disappointed, because in view of the large number of greater attractions elsewhere, they anticipated only a small assemblage of the general public. Tuesday was a very hot day — hot enough to make the most pronounced Salam ander squirm— -and there's no doubt the heat prevented not a few admirers of the tim from putting in an appearance on the course. Mr. George Militate, who had the publican's booth, did a brisk trade, the weather being all in hia favour. Mr. J. McLachlan had the fruit stall, and also uid a fairly ifood ' biz.' The various club officials were * * all there' when required, and the manner iu which each one pertonued his duties left 110 opening for the fault-finder to air his grievance. The close fini...

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DISTRICT JOTTINGS. CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. trv a OANOWINDRA. The crushing of 10 tons 7 cwt of stone from the London Reef at Boney-a Rocks yielded 63oz. of free gold. The depth is 250 feet, and the reef looks well. At Belmore, the ' Blue Jacket ' is changing hands, and the other reefs — 'Red Jacket,' 44 Yellow Jacket' and Hayes' — will no doubt give a good record shortly. A number of leased have been taken up on the Hill lately. The measles are very bad in the district scarcely a family escaping them. 2nd January, 1894.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

A miser to his doctor : How is it, doctor chat I've been able to live three weeks with out food? — The fever nourishes. — H'm ! Couldn't I give it to my servants ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

' IMITATION is the SINCEREST FLATTERY.' The articles most imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS. WHY? BECAUSE they have the best reputation and are most in demand by the publio, consequently, every dishonest trade tries to trade on their fame and renown. It is really wonderful that the Australian people are so slow to see the truth as regards the un scrupolous quacks and charlatans who prey on the credulity of the Australian public. Scarcely a Alj week ever passes but what the press exposes the barefaced and shameful practices of some of these harpies, yet, in face of all they seem to thrives, and the paper who hounds them down most thrives fattest on their advertisements and cracks cham- o pagne over each balance-sheet. Clements Tonic and Fletcher's PillB have never stopped to decep tion and misrepresentation. They are scientific i therapeutical agents, and evidence as to their value can *be found in every district, and such being the case it is unnecessary to futher ext...

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Not Such a Fool as he Looked. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

Not Such a Pool as he Looked. A young man, who was very evidently fresh | from, the country, was standing near the I Brisbane museum, when he was -iccosted by % one of half-a-dozen gmtlemanly-iireHsed idlers § with, 'Just arrived in town?' ' Yey, and s| a great place it is,' replied the .countryman | ' It is so,' said another. ' How is your ® mother?' he continued, bent on sport with I the man from outside. ' Well, she's pretty well.' he replied. ' She sent me: down on U business.' ' Ah, what kind of business ?' || continued a third. ?' Why,' said the young S| man, 'she wanted me to look about foi.luilf- §= a-dozen cf the biggest fools in Brisbane, as |jj she wanted to educate them, and now I think ? % I have got my eyes on them.' The next i$ moment the man from the country was left § to himself. f| ? ? ? ? ? : 'M

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Milk as Egg-making Material. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

Milk as Egg-making Material. (By ' Henwife' in the Rural Australian.) Where we can spare it, milk in any form is good for egg-making. Machine or skimmed milk, butter milk, or thick milk, all of which are in the sour or acid state to some extent, is liiosfc excellent for stimulating the hens to lay. I have been using it for a long time, and when followed up by adding bran, pol lard, and bits of broken bones to the feed, in order to induce laying, I find that soured milk gives as good results as anything pre viously used, not excentin' the natent food sent for egg-laying, and which is really good. The only thing against this patent feed is the pi ice, which is too high, when the eggs are marketed in the usual way. The effect upon young birds hatched in September, so as to come in as winter layers, has been so success ful that this year I have increased the nuni-;. A ber. I . expect them to commence laying during April, May, and June.' The acid of ' * ^ - the milk, added to the natural...

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LAND NOTES. CROWN LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

LAND NOTES. CROWN LAND SALES. j ? — v .T. The following will be offered at auction at r'r the Molong Lands Office on the 14th Feb ruary next : — country lots. Terms : — Deposit, 25 per cent. ; balance iu three months. No. of Portion, 258 ; area, 35a; Upset Price per acre, £2 9s 9d ; County Gordon ; parish Newrea ; Situation — About 25 miles in a northerly direction from Molong and about 4 miles south- west from the village of Newrea, fronting the right bank of Bluthery Creek, adjoining Henry Austin's conditional purchase portion 134 on the north anil Thos. Ivery's conditional purchase pot tion 131 on the west. Upset price includes £12 5s for t value of improvements. \ 28th February. ' No. of Portion, 163; area, 2a; Upset price per lot, £1 ; County Ashl-uruham, * Parish Belubula ; Situation — About 36 miles in a south-westerly direction from Molong and about 18 miles fiom the town of Cargo, fronting the left bank of Nyrang Creek and j the northerly side of the road from Hlugowra to C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

TOYS I TOYS I TOYS ! J. G. DONALDSON ' BEGS to inform the Publio of Moloug and its Surrounding Districts that he will open during the coming week an immense Assortment of Toys for the Xmas Season, which were specially selected by him from the best Houses iu Sydney. Boys' and Girls' Toys from 6d. Girls' and Boys' Toys up to 10s. 'XMAS CARDS! 'XMAS CARDS! Cards in Boxes 1 Cards in Packets! Flat Cards I Fringed Cards I Hand-painted Cards 1 . Cards for Children ! Curds for Young Men ! Cards for Maiden ! Religious Cards, and Humourous Cards, In fact, Cards to suit all Classes. . ' Prices from 3d. a dozen to 10s. each. Don't Forget Donaldson's' FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS. Note the Address : — J. G, DONALDSON, (Oppositk Post Office Hotel), S-A.3NTSS. ^ T 3R, 3E2 EST , JMC OLOW O-f. 'XMAS COOPS. 'XMAS GOODS, VISIT THE STOEEI WHERE YOU CAN I'.UY YOUR f;:!?XMAS GOODS, : Grosery, Brapory, Faaef Glassware, Electro-plated Goods, Crockery, See. 1 TRY MY FACTORY MADE CLOTHING, - Which f...

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The Land of the People. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

Tlie Land of the People. To THE Rditor: Sir, — May be you'll Ue .good- natured enough to give a little hit of space in your paper to give your readers an equally little bit of my mind on the big, burning question of the day, the land for the people. In my youth I had it nately bate into me to be truthful and as straight as a vard of the cleauest uumn water, free from taint and foul adulteration of any kind. Well, now, I'm sure you'll grant me one more concession, that is permitting me to be saying that I'm not an illigant poet, far in deed from that. For the cause sake I do wish that I could be a Pope, a Longfellow, aMoore or a Burns, but such as I am, and such as I gifted with I give unto thee, and more no man can do. Rally round our banner, boys, and let us sing a' / l. song, And sing it with a spirit that will rise a mighty throng, And through Australia let the watchword [pass along — ' God made the land for the people.' Chorus ? Hurrah ! hurrah ! we'll let the sons of Mammon see...

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There was no Seconder! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

There was no Seconder ! John Barry, Mayor of Cromwell, an Aus tralian town, had been away on leave, and, as he outstayed it, a vote of censure was passed upon him. At the next meeting of the Council, he, in his capacity as Mayor, directed the minutes of the previous meeting to bo read, which contained the following entry. ' A vote or censure was passea on tne Mayor for overstaying bis leave, aud it was resolved to ask for an explanation.' ' Who proposed this vote of censure?' in quired the Mayor. 'I did,' said a councillor, standing up. 'Ton did, did you?' continued Mr. Barry, stepping from his presidential chair to the unfortunate member, ' Then take that !' . _ With these words the Mayor smote his enemy in the ri^ht eye, and felled him to the ground. 'Who seconded this resolution?' Mr. Barry asked, quietly . resuming his position. There was no answer ; the councillors were not anxious tor a physical contest with so hard a hitter as their Mayor. ' Who secondad this resolution,' he ...

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