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

, SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT.— Uuder thedistinguished patronage of ^ His Majesty the King of Italy, as per com munication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul-General of Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the' Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Univer sities all over the Globe. There areimitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, produots of simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. Iu order that these crude oils may not bo taken for our Pure Yolatilt Eucalypti Extraot, which is recognised by the medical division of the Prussian Governmeiie tobe of perfectly pure origiu, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Mel bourne, 2nd March, 1878, we state : — It is proved by tests made by the Medicrl Clinics of tho Universities at Bonn and Grec Bwald (Prussia), aud reported by Dr. Shu!?, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Pre - fessor Dr. Mosler, Director of the Medic - Clinic...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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How to Raise the Wind. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

How to Raise the Wind, The late Professor William Gibson used to relate, that while going through the ward of an ^hospital with Vtdpeau, that surgeon brought him to the bedside of two men who ?where under treatment for some slight fiac ture. ' Would you believe it,' said Velpean, 'these men have niadu a living for the last fifteen years by being knocked down and run over ! When they see a light \ehicle driven by some wealthy person coming by, they step across the stieet, anil are sure to be run over, picked up, and carried to some hospital, and then they sue for damages. 'When thpir uioney becomes exhausted they begin again. Nearly every bone in then bodies has been btoken.'

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The Railways and Land Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

1 The Railways and Land Settlement. She following is an' interesting extract from statement piepaieu at the instance of the I tail way Commissioners in corinec'inn with be general working of the railways.: — ' The rates for agticukura! produce have ieei) made especially low in consequence of he settlement that the cultivation of the Iund induces, ami owing to the fact that tin ess exceedingly low rates were adopted for lie outlying districts at long distances from he seaboard. The following rough estimate if the value to the railways of lO^OOOa. of and under cultivation, as against 10,000a.1 land employed for running sheep, will . Strongly illns'ntie this point. A distance of; §00 tniles fiom Sydney has been adopted in ? Inch case : — | ' AGRICULTURAL JRESULT. I 'The average yield over the whole colony lor the past three' y ears has been 12J bushels |)cr acre. I Freight. Which gives 3304 tons, at 14s j .!ier ton /T :U. ..: £2312 16 0 ; Carriage of wheat! baas ... 84 14 8 Machinery a...

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A Race-course Row. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

I , A Race-course Row. IIust after the racing concluded ab the [range Race-course on Monday a general ow occurred at the gates. It appears that n old man Vvi running atter his horse, irliich had broken ' loose, when some lads, mong them jockey boys, set npon him. Some thers interfering a general melee ensued, ists and stones being freely used. One of ho rioters, finding himself getting the worst £ it, went to Asfcill's hotel, close by, and got In axe off the wood-heap. Mr. J. Small, rho was in the vicinity, however, prevented be axe being used, and Mr. A. Astill, com ng ufter the axe-tnker, the weapon was copped. Shortly after the axe episode five ersons came from the hotel, and one of these, lr. Gallagher, of Forest P fiefs, was violently ssaulted by the rioters, in fact, most of those rlio came up to see ' what was on' were attacked, and the whole thing was a regular )onnybrook Fair. Senior-constable Sutton nd Constable McCrae, who were mounted, rrived on the scene just when blood...

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

Public Notice. MR. JOHN BENS.ON has this day beeri ap pointed. n\y Agent to collect Heuts and other Moneys due to rue, and. his receipt will be a sulli cient discharge of same. MARY HALCROFT. 23rd December, 1S93. ? SyqTjCE. MR. W. E. PANTON desires to inform Clients and tlie-Public that he will bo in Sydney for a few weeks from the 9th instant,, and that, during: his absence Mr. J. C. Panton 1 (from the office- of Messrs. Laurence, McLaehlan and Williams, Sydney! will receive instructions. Dated this eighth day, of Daoember, 1893. . W. E. PANTON. RACES! RACES! Will be held at O XT D A L s JANUARY 26, 1894. | h. McMillan, .Hon; Sec. ;? T' . .i The Treas.iiry, New South Wales, , i (, 8.th December, 1893. m ; ? ?' .ANNUAL. TENDERS.; Tenders tor Forage fob thk Police thuotjgh : out the .Qolony, .and pou. PaBiiic Dupaut ments, Metropolitan and Parramatta Districts, 1894-1895. i ? NOTICE is hereby given that Tenders for the Annual -Forage ? Supplies for the Police 'throughout the- Colony,...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE Mayo, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

BAPTIST C B URC11. Rev. J essk Mayo, Pastor. i First Sunday bach Month. — Garra, 3 p.m.i Mr. VV. Hylaud ; 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Gregrai 3 p.m., Mr. VV. Edwards. Manildra, 3 p.m. . Pastor. Second Sunday. — Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor; 7.30 p.m., Mr. A. Waldock. Gregra, 7 30 p.m., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Third Sunday. — Garra, 3 and 7.30 p.m., Mr. D. Ball. Gregra, 3 p.m., Pastor. Manil dra, 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Fourth Sunday. — Garra, 3 p.m.. Pastor; 7.30 p.m., Mr. VV. Pock nail. Gregra, 7.30 p.m., Mr. G. W. Griffith. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Fifth Sunday Garra, 3 p.m., Mr. VV. Straochen ; 7.30 p.m., Pastor ; Gregra, 3 p. in., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a.m., Pastor. Morning services at Manildra Hall; other services at Manildra House.

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

St. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Molong — 1st Sunday of every inontli. Cargo — 2nd Sunday of every month. Cudal — 3rd Sunday of every month. Cumnock — 4th Sunday of eveiy month. Manildra — 5th Sunday iu the mouth (when occurring).

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

CHURCH SERVICES. Appended are the church appointments, in con nection with the local Wesl«yaii Clnuch, for to morrow and the following Sunday January 7th Molong, 11 a in. — Mr. VV. Shield. Molong, 7.30 p.m — Mr. VV. Shield. Garra, 3 p.m. —Mr. VV. Shield. Garra, 7 p.m. — Mr. VV. Baker. Cudal, 7.30 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilaenan. Red Hill, 11 a. nr — Mr. W. Baker. Shades, 3 p.m — Mr. J. Morris. Cumnock, 3 p.m. — Mr. E. Baker. Barragan, 3 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsonan. Cargo, 11 a.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Lockwood, 1.30 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. January 14. Molong, 11a.m. — Mr. F. C.Stevens. Molong, 7.30 p.m. — Rnv D. A. v^ilsenan. Gaira, 3 p.m. — Mr. F. C. Stevens. Merauburn, 3 p.m. —Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Cudal, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. W. Shield. Red Hill, 11 a.m.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan,

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

? ASSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE ?ITfilll llfili LIFE liSiillflli The Office that holds the Australian Record for 23 years work. Funds in Hand to meet Claims over ... sB J ,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 be obtained on written or personal application to \ j A. G. BLACKADDEH, Molong, Local Agent. OFFICES : 85 Pitt-street, Sydney. H. C. EVANS, Resident Secretary. SPECTACLES. ; Before liuving Spectacles call and have fcbe Kye thorouglily tosted 'Fre^, and see the famous : Sp.'cialite Spectacles, guaranteed one veat. Pebble Spe&tucles, 3s Gd, mid Specs from 5s. a- pair. Repairs to Spectacles a Speciality ; New Glasses fitted from Is. each, New Frames from Is. tid. . . . - SMOKED SPEOTACL1SS AND GOC3GLES ALWAYS IN STOCK. P ATE Nf~MffD!CI N E S . — The Cheapest House in Town, call and compare Prices.- — ? U ? ? Prescriptions a...

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Molong Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

?Molong Post Office. Through the courtesy of the local post and telegraph master1 (Mr. R. P. Martin) the follow?' ing information, regarding reveniia' received, -Kc., at the above office during 1893, has been supplied us : — No. of orders No. of Savings , issued. Bank deposits. January 189 ... ., 90 February ... 171 '.i.' ' 86 March ... '' 220 ... 59 April ...- 227 ' ... 87 Miiy 27 1 ? ... 82 June' ,... 208 1 ... 54'; ' July v.: ' 1 219 v- 66 August ... 225-' — ... 74 September... 210;,.] ... 70 October. ... 230, ... r .. c 84 November... 203 ... / ;i83 December ... 185 =-... i ? 50 Total''..; ' 25&8'' 885 Commission on M.O's.. Amount of M.O's. issued. issued. Jaimary ..._ ; £5 13, 6 .-?;,? £5,29 6 6 February ... 5 i 6 ... 516 8 5 March ... . 6 1.2 6 .,.. 592 3 10 April ... 7 0 6V /i.; 643 13 0. May ... '8 2 0' 'V:.' 756 5 10 June ... .6-. 5, ,6 *,-'???? 506 9 , 4 July ... 6 4 0 ... : 536 6 11 Auguat ... .. 6, 10 6, ... 506 13 11 September.. 6 3, 0 ; 494 19 9 October ... 71 ...

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Deplorable if True. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

. Deplorable if True. . JL The Rev. Mr. H. Hardie says Australia spends £70,000 a year on mission work con-, nected with the conversion of the poor .little heathen. And, ac the present raomerit, at* least 3000 men in the sainted city of Sydney and its subur bs are compelled to sleep in the; open .air like the beasts of the field, exposed , to all: weathers, and, as a rule, in a starving: condition besides. What .do you think of those statements ? Do they not suggest that' there is something rotten in the state of Australia, for what is true of this colony is true of all, and don't you think that it is just about time we gave our black brothers of Boorioboola Gha a rest, and devote a little more attention to the white brothers arid sisters who are sinking by our sides I What-5 ever jeopardy the heathens' soul may be 'in,-', his bodily wants are well cared for ; but it is* ? ' V now a common sight in Sydney streets to see ' men fighting with dogs for the broken vie-, tuals whioh are t...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

\New Time'Table. , , i , The following is the official time tablt which will be observed from Monday next, in! connec tion with the running of the mail trains be tween Orange and Forbes :? — ( down tkain. , . , ? Leave Orange ... ... 5.25 a.m. Arrive Boreuore ... .'5'53 - ^ ,, Amaroo ... ... 6.15 ,, ,, Molong ..'i'.'-U fllo ... '0.25 ,, Leave Molong . ... . f / ...! 6,50 ,, ' „ Manildra ; : ^ ; , ! Meranburn . },7'. 52; . „ Athy-s ^ ,, ' Parkes ... , f!t!,,^..;-i().20ii(,.,, , . ? „ Tichbourne s'^v^.iri,5 ; ,. Arrive Forbes ... ljLi2.5 j(',, p.,, UP TKAIN: r '.h !: ? Leave Forbes ... i: f2' 'p.m: ' ,, Tichbourne ... ;-2.' 15 ,, Parkes . :.v' :3.25 :;y, ; ,, Athy's ? 1 »!-h ;jji:':'4.^}, ,, ? Meraiiburtrn;;;.'!,!'; ^ ' ''i,- , ?„ Manildra 11 ? ' Molong' ' ' {'i'i. !.ii: 7;20' ( -,V ' ? ,, Amaroo ';7^46 ' !' ,, Boreuore' '71581 Arrive Orange''' ..V' ' 8.25: ,,' j , Letters, etc., for all station: , west of /Molong must be posted ,ao ,the Molong! Post, Office not later than 9.30 at nig...

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Rainfall for 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

Rainfall for 1893. Thk following is the rainfall, for 1893, registered at the places below mentioned :-H- ; j MOLONG. ; ? ; ; No. of wet days, . in.rpts. , , January ... ; . ... ,8 .... 3.63 February ... ' 2 ... i.'9'3 i ? March ..N .,.''8 ... 4,16 ? April y TO?} *1 ;y/; li :'l 2.22 | .May ? 10 ... 6.06 Jtfhe'— 2.47 ' A I July.-.; [ i 1 12;,, i |'i'.,;,,;2.12- . 1 AugilSt ; September /.V ' ...'12' ' i.il j Oct-Qber-,. u 6v .? i!w. '2.82, j jjj)ye,mber::..i'viu! t ii5,04 | DepJ0™ber,i..r o/i , i ... . s ; 3.26 | 1 1 ^ i-iiU ih(.; i; oili- , K. w.- i:36.'96in. i I . ' '? GAEBA. . . i: ?_- % j January^, ri.. r , , . A... ;8 , . ... 4.18 r February'. '.V.'.'-'.V, ' '2 '... 1.34 j March . ... 6 ... 3.53 ! April ' ... 1.87 ' | May ' ... ' .... 9';. -i-.;;'.'&.141' ;i'y ' jjune ... ... 13 ... 2.26 ; j July ? ?: ... 16 ... 1. 82 I August,. :?'} ? J..28,., f '/,'f ! Sep'teniber-.t IV ^ ..tilW 4., , October ... ... 8 ? ? ... 2.4 , November ... ... 9 .... 3.52 December . ,vi. ' V ''6' ...

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

MANILDRA. The rain last week had a most beneficial effect on the corn crops which are now looking most promising, and should the season be at all favourable, there will a large quanitjr of maize in this district. We did not have near the fall of rain out here that you had in Molong, the quauity only being 110 points, so that tho ground could do with another shower. New Year's Day past off very quietly here. There were no public amusements, but I hear. Beveral private picnics took place. 1 am enabled, through the courtesy of the Secretary to send you a report of the Pro gress committee's doings on the 2nd January. The Committee is evidently awakening to the fact that, if it wishes the district to progress, it must not be 44 backward in coming for ward' and asking for what il requires. , Amongst the correspondence read and received were — Letters from the Under Secretary for Lands, enclosing Government Gazette slip, notifying the cricket ground reserve had been gazetted as ' Public Re...

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

GREGRA. Harvesting operations will be about completed this week. Several farmers are finished already. The yield, as far as can be ascertained is a shade above expectations. The lowest per acre his been 2 bagB and the highest 7 bags. Sickness is very prevalent here just now. Nearly every one you meet is suffering from some complaint. Now that the railway has been handed over to the Government, we find things at our station, comparltively speaking, worse than betore, although we have reduced rates. The accommo dation here is uood. We have' a station-master's office, general-waiting room, ladies' waiting room, good-shod, wool bank, weigh bridge, and a comfortable four-roomed brick cottage, with kitchen, pantry, etc., for a station-master. Yet we have not the latter necessity, and from what I can hear the Commissioners are nut goinij to place a gentleman iu charge here. Residents here are very much dissatisfied with the local arrange ment of affairs. Some time people are put to conside...

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

CAUTION. ANY Persons found REMOVING or PURCHAS ING any PROPERTY belonging to the ESTATE of the LATE RICHARD HALCROFT in the Town of MOLONG or OBLEY will be PROSECUTED without respect to person or per sons Mrs. W. J. FELSTEAD, Junb. RICHARD HALCROFT, Cowra. MOLONG Free Trade Association MR. JOHN - HAYNES, M.L.A., WILL arrive in Molong on Wednesday Next, and will A DDK, ESS POBLIC MEETINGS on POLITICAL AFFAIRS at the i.ndermentioned places on the dates and at the time specified : — MOLONG -WEDNESDAY NEXT, 10th Januarj, at 8 p.m., at School of Arts. MANILDRA— THURSDAY, lltli January, at 8 p.m. CUMNOCK — FRIDAY, 12th January, at 8 p.m. Lovers of Freedom, Roll Up ! Farmers, don't fail to attend ! Ladies are cordially invited 1 W. H. COUCH, President, Molong Free Trade Association. MOLONG P. S. ft. Association. THE AN iUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS Will bo held in the Town V Hall, Molong, At 3 pm., on Saturday, 13th Instant. Business: To Elect Officers, and transact all matters that may be broug...

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

OBLEY. On New Year's Day the return match between the Obley and Cumnock Cricket Clubs was played at Cumnock. Ou Boxing day, Obley defeated Cumnock, and I think they should have taken the defeat with good grace, but judging from the report in last week's Exprbss they could not have done so. I would not like to put our defeat down to the absence of five or six of our best men. We take our beating in good style, and in future when Cumnock is de feated please don't say your best men are left at home It really don't look nioe, and besides it makes the opposing club look small. Although Cn m node had their full strength in the field on Monday, they did not win so easily. Obley won by 23 runs in the first match, and Cum nock won by 23 in the return match, so neither side has anything to 41 brag ' about. The Cum nock ' boys' received our lads in good style. I might mention that 44 Ted ' Hunt done the hat trick, clean bowling three of Cumnock's best bats i i three successive balls. Follow in...

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Parliament to Meet on the 17th Instant. THE PREMIER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

Parliament to Meet on the 17th, Instant.. THE PREMIER'S VIEWS. At a meeting of the Executive Council held on \Vednegday afternoon, which was presided over by the Governor, a proclamation was issued further proroguing Parliament from Tuesday, January 16, to Wednesday, 17bh, upon which date lion, members are requested to assemble ' for the dispaitch of business.' The Premier on being: seen by a represen tative of the Daily Telegraph regai ding the issue of the proclamation, stated that irarhament was hist of. all simply. prorogued, until a certain date, and it became necessary to issue another proclamation summoning, members for the di»piitch of business. The earliest date possible had been taken for the meeting of Parliament. On being asked if Parliament was to be opened by the Governor in person,, bir Dibbs replied : — 'It has not yet been settled ?whether the Governor shall We asked to open ' Parliament in person or not. I am, however, thinking about the Governor's speech on the as...

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Presentation to Mrs. George Baxter. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 6 January 1894

Presentation to Mrs. George Baxter. At the Vicarage on Friday evening Inst a pleasing ceremony was performed by the Kev. J. Alldis in the presence of the members of Sb. John's Church Choir and several intimate lady friends of Mrs. G. Baxter. On behalf of the vestry, wardens, and clergy, Mr. Alldis presented to Mrs. Baxter a neat illuminated address as a small token of recognition of the great assistance rendered by her to the church during her sojourn in Molong. In making the presentation, Mr. Alldis spoke . highly of Mrs. Baxter's excellent qualities, and ex pressed deep regret at her departure from the town, statjng that the church would sustain a great loss by her removal. The recipient, who was; deeply affected, in a few sentences, thanked Mr. Alldis for his kind words, and also those on whose behalf the address was presented. The address, which was nicely illuminated and written iu ' Old English,' reflected very great credit on the young artist, Master W. Shapland, of Amaroo, w...

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A. COULSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 13 January 1894

A. COULSON. Fat Cattla. — I yarded and sold on account Mr. Claude Smith, 21 bullocks, fair quality and ?light weights, ranging in pricas from £2 5s to £3 Is, averaging £2 11a 5d ; and on account Mr. I). Malley, 2 cows at £1 19s. Best beef worth 10s per lOOlbs. Fat Sheep. —I sold for Mr. H. S. Lee, 103 lambs at 3s, 50 ewes at 3s 2d ; for Mr. John Curtain, 44 wethers at 4b ; for Mr. R. Northey, 3 wethers at 2s 4d. Store Sheep. — A large number yarded, but buyers were very cautious. I sold for Mr. J. Curtain, 100 ewes (culls) at Is 3d. Have 8000 6 and 8 tooth wethers open for inspection.

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