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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 13 January 1894
Mew Time Table. I I The following ia the official time table which will be observed from Monday next, in connec tion with the running of the mail trains be tween Orange and Forbes : — DOWN TRAIN. Leave Orange ... ... 5.25 a.m. Arrive Borenore ... ... 5.53 ,, „ Amaroo ... ... 6.15 „ „ Molong ... ... 6.25 „ Leaye Molong ... ... 6.50 ,, ,, Manildra ... '7.42 ,, ; ,, Meranburn ... ... 7.52 ,, ; „ Athy's ... ... 9.2 „ Parkes ... ... 10.20 „ ! ,, Tichbourne ... ... 11.15 ,, Arrive Forbes ... ... 11.25 ,, ! UP TRAIN. ? Leave Forbes ... ... 2 p.m. ,, Tichbourne ... ... 2.15 ,, „ Parkes ... v.. 3.25 ,, „ Athy's ... ... 4.43 „ ,, Meranburn ... ... 5. 50 ,, ,, Manildra ... ... , 6 ,, „ Molong ... ... 7.20 „ „ Amaroo ... '.v. 7-46 „ ,, Borenore ... ... 7.56 „ Arrive Orange ... ... 8.25 ,, Letters, &c., for all station west of Molong, must be posted at the Molong Post Office not later than 9.36 at night. garra matt.. Leave Molong on Wednesdays aud Saturdays at 7.30 a.m., and arrive at Ga...
The Plain Truth. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 13 January 1894
The Plain Truth. Thus ' Will Honeycomb ' in the Dubbo Dispatch : — ' The exclamation of that Queen of France, who on hearing that her subjects had no bread asked, ' Why don't they eat biscuits ?' has been brought to my mind by that letter sent round to the viiriou8 Austialian Governments by the Pre mier of Victoria. Mr. Patterson suggested that an admirable antidote to the existing depression would be a visit from our future king and queen, the Duke and Duchess of York. And the other Premiers rose to the bait as a hungry shark to a lump of ship's pork, and the invitation was cabled to Eng land. But, while admitting that a visit from the Duke and Duchess would be a huge advertisement for Australia, I confess I don't see how it is to benefit the storekeeper, who is hard pushed to meet a fourth, the squatter, who is worried every second by Overdraft and Co., or the poor devil who is humping bluey from one end of the continent to the other in search of tbe work he is willing to do but c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
The Treasury, New South Wales, 8th December, 1893. ANNUAL TENDEES. Tenders tor Forage foe the Pomce thkotjgih oot Tiie Colony, and for Public Depabt MBN'S, METROPOLITAN AND PAERAMATTA Districts, 1894-1895. NOTICE is hereby given that Tenders for the Annual Forage Supplies for tho Police throughout the Colony, and for Public Departments, Metropolitan and Parramatta Districts, for the year ending 31st March, 1895, will be received at the Ti easurv up to noon of Monday, the 12th February/. 1894. The lisb of Stations and conditions of contract, &c, will be found in Government Gazette (Supple ment), No. 837, of 8fch December, 1893,— .copies of which will be seen at all Court-houses throughout the Colony Tender forms can be obtained at the various Police Stations or from the Treasury. JOHN SEE. £10 Reward. LOST, by a poor man, nearly blind, on the 8th January, between Copper Hill and Walker's Lane, a PURSE (tied ud in a white crochet basr. tied with narrow black elastic), containi...
Another Scene in the House. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
Another Scene in the House. ? -*. ? Sydney, Thursday. A diafijracef nl Rcene occurred in the AHsem bly lavt night. During iho debate on Mr, Reid's censure motion, Mr. Hit. die directed the Spenkei'a attention to Mr. Copelnnd (Mininter for TjHndH) addreHsing the House in an evidently intoxicated cotidi'ion. Mr. Copelaiid called Mr. Hindle a 'damn scouudiel,' and crcssed the floor of tlie House with the intention of wringing his neck. The galleries were cleared, and Mr. 0--pe- land was removed by the Serpeant-at-Arms. The. debate was abruptly adjourned.
Opening of Parliament. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
Opening of Parliament. ? «. ? THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. Sydney, Wednesday. P*rli;unent \raa opened at noon to-day, Tlie Governor's speech \raa very short. It states (hut members will be invited at the earliest possible opportunity to consider the Crown Lands Validating Bill, Mining on Private Property Bill, Coal Mines Regulation Bill, and oertain financial and other mertSiirfB, partly de«lfc with lnst session. A Bill ia also uromised for the better regulation of Friendly Societies. Every effort will he made to brine; thw Elec tornl L«w into opeiHtioti on the earliest date. The speech expresses gratification nt the enhanoed Rtate of the revenue returns, which exceeded the estimate by £21S,000. The Estimates for the current yrar are being 'prepared with a due regard to rigid economy without interfering with the effi ciency of the pulilio service. They will be laid before the Aasemlily without delay.
J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
J. S. Leeds and Co. Fat Cattle.-^-Ninety five yarded, chiefly mid dling quality. No prime in. Sales were dull. Best quality worth 12s to 13s, middling 10s. We sold— 52, mixed for Mr. G. Crampton, Condobolin, to £3;7s 1 bullock for Mr. Coolin at £2 10s, 3 steers at ,'i £18s 21 steers and heifers for Mr. W. It. Willcox, (-?' Wangagong, to £2 13s. - ~ /Other agents sold 12 head; -Fat Sheep: — Fair demand for prime. We Hold 120 wethers for Mr. W. T. Hosie at 3s, 180 »t 2s 6d. Middling quality are difficult to sell. Store Cattle, — Market firmer -for local lots. We sold 10 steers for Mr. Pheobe at 14s 6d, X0 heifers at 103. Horse3. — Market dull for inferior lots. Good horses are selling -at fair prices. We sold 10. head 'for Messrs. Crooks, BugheB, Newman, and Thompson, at £2 12s 6d, £4 12s, and J&o 12s 6d. Property. — Wo offered several town lots, but fulled to sell. We sold privately the lease, license, good-will, furniture, und effects of the Court House H--trtl for Mr. H. We...
ORANGE STOCK REPORT W. N. MOULDER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
ORANGE STOCK REPORT W. N. Moulder. Fafc Cattle.— About 95 yarded. Very little alteration in prices. I sold for Mr. J. H. Glasaon 2 head to £2 8s. Fat Sheep. — I sold for Messrs. J. and T Martyn 125 wethers at 3s 6d, same ownerB, 75 at 33 5d, for Mr. E. H. Moulder 96 wethers at 3s Id, 75 ditto to 3s 2d, and through Sydney agents, for Mr. E. H. Moulder, 510 wethers. Store Sheep. — I yarded 576 on aocount Mr. J. Guity, but passed same in unsold. I sold for Mr. E. H. Moulder 453 wethers at 3s, 53 stags at Is 9-3. Horses. — Market unaltered, but sales were very draggy. I sold for Mr. E. Turner 4 head to £5 15s, for Mr. G. Christy 6 head from £4 13s 6d to £5 16s, and for Messrs. Ivers, Stinson, Bell, Wailes, Goggin, and Wells, 7 head from £3 2s to £7 10s. Orange, January 16, 1894.
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. Another, annual meeting of the Molong Pastoral an(V Agricultural Association has come ami gone, and whilst regretting the low state into which the Society has dwindled through the apathy of (he committee, we congratulate the members that the institu tion is free from debt and bus a small balance to its credit iti the Bank. Tdking all things into consideration, the Association may he Baid to lie .on a good soun-I foundation, it has a splendid ground on which are many valuable improvements, the whole of which Hie paid tor. Even though, therefore, the Society's credit balance at the Bank is very no'iiiual, it must be agreed, even by those who take a pessimistic view of every thing, that the Association is as sound as the pro verbial rock. Few we think, will be found to agree with the assertion, made by Mr. Wynne, at the meeting last Satur day, that the Society is in a very little better condition to-day than it was when the Sec retary (Mr. A. D. Eastmure) to.ik offi...
Local Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
Local Commercial Intelligence. The following are the wholesale quotations ;— £ s d fed Fowls, per pair.. .., ,., 0., 2.-0 to 0 2 6 Turkeys, per pair ... ,,.0 3 6 0 6 0 Geese, per pair.. ... ... 0 2 0 0 2 6 Ducks, per pair. .., .,. 0 2 0 0 3 6 Eggs, per dozen ..*?'??.;.. 0 0 7 0 0 9 Fresh Butter, per lb... . ,,.,0 0 10 0 10 Cheese, per lb.,. ..,- ... 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb...' ... ... 0 0 6 0 0 8 Honey, per lb... ,..,.. ... 0 0 3 0 0 4 New Potatoes, per cwt, .,,040 060 Potatoes', per ton ... ... 5 0 0 5 10 0 Wheat, per bushel ... .-.; 0 2 10 0 3 0 Mai^e, per bushel, ... .„ 0 2 10 0 3 0 Oats, per bushel, feed. ... 0.30 033 Chaff, per ton... ... ... '3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ? „ 2 10 0 3 0 0 Pollard, per ton .., ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Bran, per ton.., ? ,300 3 10 0
A Penny Postage. OTHER DISTRICTS HAVE IT. WHY NOT THE MOLONG DISTRICT? FAIR PLAY IS BONNY PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
A Penny Postage. OTHER DISTRICTS HAVE IT. ,WBY NOT THE MOLONG DISTRICT 1 FAIR PLAY IS BONNY PLAY. At the last meeting of the Molong Muni cipal -. Coiinujl, Alderman Lauer brought forward the question of a penny post for Molong. For some time past the Express has been patiently waiting to know the exi*ct revenue received at the Molong Post Office for tha past year, before it took the matter up, because of a stipulation in the Postage Act thut the revenue from the central office in the district must be at the least ±,2500, or the concession cannot be granted. We regret to say the revenue of the Molong Post Office does not come up to that amount by nearly £1000 ; still, 'for a1 that an' a1 that,' if the system is extended to such places as Catnden, Carcoar, Ballina, Maclean, Quean bey an, and Taree, whose population is less than Molong's, we cannot see any valid reason why the concession should not be granted to us. We're' game to stake our bottom dollai that the monies received from a...
This Year's Show. TO BE OR NOT TO BE. AN EFFORT NECESSARY. A FAINT HEART NEVER WON A FAIR LADY. UNITY IS STRENGTH. ALL WORKERS AND NO DRONES WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
This Year's Show. TO BE Oil NOT TO BE. AN EFFORT NECESSARY. A FAINT HEART NEVER WON A FAIR LADY. UNITY IS STRENGTH. ALL WORKERS AND 2ST0 DRONES WANTED. At the meeting of the Molong Pastoral and Agricultural Society on Siturday last, the preliminary work of the year, electing offi cers and committee for the present year, was disposed of, and it was suggested that the next show should be held some time in August or September. The meeting ap peared to be unanimous on this point, and it; was decided to have a special meeting convened before longf»-r the purpose of fixing THE DATE OP NEXT SHOW and considering other matters affecting the success of the Association. There's nothing like the good beginning, after all. We ie surrect the enthusiasm, and if gentlemen will only be earnest what is to prevent the Molong Agricultural Society taking a more prominent position amongst the provincial associations. Ten or twelve years ago Molong Show was one of the biggest items in the district's attra...
Molong Licening Court TUESDAY, 16th JANUARY, 1894. (Before Messrs. J. Black, C. Smith, and H. S. M. Betts, Licensing Magistrates). RENEWALS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
Molong Licening Court ? ♦ — — — Tuesday, 16th January, 1894. (Before Messrs. J. Blaok, C. Smith, and E. S, M. Betts, Iiioensing Magistrates) . BENKWALS. Renewals of publicans' licenses were granted to Josiah Hamilton for the ' Half-way House ' * Hotel, to be known in future as 'The Ontario Hotel,' Balderogery ; and to George Cohen for 'The Overland Hotel,' Obley. iM-, Banna ap peared for applicant in each fase. oondi'tionai, j,tcbnsh. An application for a conditional publican's licenso for a house at Gregra, to be known as 'The Gregra Eailway Hotel' was made by Goorge William Williamson, Mr. Kinua appeared for the ap plicant. A petition, signed by a number of residents of Gar'ra and Gregra, was lodged against the license being granted, but as it was not lodged by the time required by law it was not entertained. The Rev. J.Mayo, however, personally opposed the granting of the license on the grounds that a public house ?was not required and that the majority of the residents of. the n...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
ITEMS OF INTEREST. Patriok Frederick BLinna, a J. P. Good news for the farmers. By ? our tnle grams to-day we learn that wheat has taken & good rise, and is now quoted at 3s lOd per bushel. The rainfall registered in Patkea last year was a long way behind Molong'a record, the total being 2-4.78. The Con noil should direot its attention to re pairing the streets and footways, which have been cut up by the recent heavy storms. ' A Btictch in time saves nine ' is an axiom which we commend onr aldermen to bear in mind. Besides, the condition of some of the vehicular thoroughfares and footpaths just now is very dangerous, and not at all cnmiucive to pleasant driving or walking. \ At Forbos, nn Wednesday, a 'young woman named Lizzie Mitchell mot with it serious acci dent at. Forbes. She was riding a horso, which, shying at a cow lying in the road, throw her off on her head, fracturing her akiill and both her jaws. ? .- ? ' ????; ?.??-?.;??' Another old resident iif iVTolong in the...
School of Arts Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
.. ? School of Arts 'Committee Meeting. v . ? . ? ' — —^ — . ? : ? The Adjourned inonthly 'meeting of the Committeo of the Molong School of Arts wa9 held last Friday evening. Present — Messrs. Q-. H. Tempest (Presi dent, in the chair), E, G, Finch, R. P. Martin, A. Harcourt, and W. G. T. Hardwiok (secretary). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and accounts amounting to £12 7s Id ?were passed for payment, The date for holding tho annual general meeting was fixed for tho 30th instant; and the hope was exprassed that every mem ber eligible for eleotion, and who could take part in the proceedings would manifest some interest in the meeting this year.
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
.New Time Table. The following is the official time tabk which; will be observed from Monday next, in connec tion with the i tinning of the null twins be tween Orange and Forbes : — - DOWN TUAIN. , Leave Orange ... ... 5.25. a.m. Arrive Borenore ... ... 5 53 ',, ' ,, Ainaroo ... ...' 6 15 ',, ,, Molong ... ... 6 25 ,,( Leave Molong ... ,.. b 50 ,, ,, Manildi* ... ...' 7 42 ,, l ,, Meraubnin ... ... 7.52 ,, ,, Athy's ? 9,,2, j „ Parkes ... .,. 10 20 ,. ,, Tichbourne ... -...(11'15 '„ ' Arrive Forbes ... i.J. 11.25 ,, UP XllAIN. j )( , Leave Forbes ... ... 2y p.m. /,; Tichbourne ... '.'.. -f2Tl5 (,» ,, Parkes ... ''.... '3 25 ,f „ Athy's ? , 4.,43 „ , „ , Meranburn ... ...' ,5 50' ,, „ Manildra ... '.ii^'C w „ ? „ Molong ... . i .... 7 20 /„. * . ,, Amaroo ... , , ... 7 46 t ,, , ,, Borenore ... ... 7 56 ,, Arrive Orange ... ... 8 25 ,, Letters, &c, for all station west of Molong must be posted at the Molung Post Office not later than 9.30 at night.
GREGRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
GLiBUtiA.. Harvesting opoiatious are ovei once more, and the avurage is about 10 bushels per acre j ? — a better yield than was anticipated. The liny crop is a very poor one, nnd judging j from the few stacks to be seen, there is not one quarter the quantity of last year. The quality, however, in good. The fanners are smiling at the splendid maize cr»)ps, which are the best since corn has been grown in the district. fy I witnessed three teams ludened with wool *.. passing by last week for Sydney. ??' A. public meeting wad held here on Mon -; day night, in the Baptist Church, to consider JV the best time for holding a tea meeting in aid i^ of tht, J,'firch. It was decided to hold it at ;: the latter end of February. Particulars will ',: appear in your adveitiaing columns later on. I The following i»ood price for a small clip of '?j local wool is reported' by Messrs. Harrison, ?I Junes, and Devlin, Limited, , who sold, on. ac count of Pearldale Station (late T. Duraok's) 23 bales of g...
What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
What We'd Like to See. ? ? «. ? Tiie Cun.nock P. ai»d A. Associaiion have a successful show next Frid»«y. Farureis ohtniniii tr -i liiyiier pi ice for their wIuMt. What with a small yield and low prices our yeomanry arp not even faiily ie wardeil for their lniiour. Every inem'iei of the School of ArtumHni fo-«tuig some interest in the election of otiiuers and ciiiiimit'ecmen which takes plnce next Tuesd iy week. John HriyucH tf-p the poll next election at Wellington, and thereby win that seat fiO'ii the protectionist party. A li'jj roll up at the Foresters bull next Th-i'sday. The »as-works lieeome a paying concern. Every report read «t the Council uiee.tini-s of late shows tho balance to be on the wrong side of the ledger. The Council spend some money in repairing several of the streets and footpaths which, have been considerably dania»ed thiough the lite rains. Those young folk who ' raised Caia ' over ? tiie creek une night last week, ukush liehnving; riotously. If they iJon'r, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 20 January 1894
Hey ! Hey I Hey ! EVERYONE NAYS THAT THE Best Fruit, Best Bread, and Best Confectionery Is obtained at . R. THOMSONS SHOP IN BANK-STRBET. MOLONG. If you have not. yet paid hint a visit, do not fail to do so, because no plane this «ide of Orange — and even there — cmi supply you with bi-tlor things, both us regards QUALITY and' FitusiiJfiw— in the above lined than R. THOMSON, FKUITEHKR, BAKEK, AND OONFElTIONKR, BANK STREET, MOLONG. TATTERSALL'S Monster JPriza List. NOW OPKN ON ANNIVERSARY II AN' M[UAP, .Tamiary 2l-— ?25.000 at. n. ANNI .VllJItS A ItY 11 AN IMOA P, January 2fi— 10,000 »t 10. NlCW.VUllKliT IIANIHOAP, Ma.r-li 3-,-u0,0no ul. 2 '. AUjsTUAI.fAN1 OUP, March (-— 10,'i'JO al. 10. AUSTKALEAN OUlJ, Maivli G— SO.OO'i at 5. For full parl-wMilars rend pri-iti-d Circular*. J'lenpe slate (.lie amount ??nu.os'.i'd with application. 3e sure and rciiisUu1 U«' tii-rsi anil takf Hire of tin* receipt for registration till you irceivi- our reply. Address TATTER3ALL, C/o Geu. Adam.-, Tim IV...