|SMH Reported on 11 July 1922:
MR. E. H. MOULDER.
Central Western Daily — 24 June 1972:
Mr Edward Henry Moulder, one of the oldest pioneers of the Orange and Lachlan districts died to-day at the age of 78 years. Mr. Moulder was a son of the late Mr. Joseph Moulder, ard was born at Bloomfield, near Orange. He went to Condobolin in 1868 to manage one of his fathor's properties. After the death of the latter he went into partnership with his brother, the late Mr. William Moulder, when they owned and controlled Brotheroney, Moulrnein, Euablong, and Dundoo Hills stations, in the Lachlan dlstrlct. Subsequently Mr. Moulder purchased all the stations outright, with property on the Lachlan portion of Brotheroney, and still held by his son, Mr. William Moulder. In 1900 the deceased returned to Orange to reside at Bloomfield. Upon the death of his mother, the late Mrs. Granny Moulder, who died at 104 years, Mr. Moulder took over property at Endsleigh. He was actlvely engaged in the land and stock industry all his life. Mr. Moulder wrote a book on the history of the west. In early life he was a well-known cricketer, pigeon shot, and runner. He was one of the founders of the Masonic Lodge at Condobolin, and was the first member of the Pastures Protection Board at that centre. He was licensing magistrate at Orange for a number or years, and was also a prominent member of the Literary Institute. He leaves a widow and four sons and four daughters: Messrs. William Robert, of Brotheroney station: Walton, rabbit lnspector, Condobolin: Henry, Mayor of Condoblin: Charles, manager of duplicate department: H. V. McKay's Implement factory, and Mesdames S. Bailey, of Ballarat: Donovan, of Leeton: Hector Brewer, of Orange Plains, and Fiddy, of Newcastle.
The death occurred at Condobolin on 3/6/1972 of Izaak Walten Moulder (known as
Boo Moulder) at the age of 92 years. He was a son of Edward Henry Moulder and was born on the family property
Brotherony about 30 miles down the Lachlan River from Condobolin. He was a grandson of Joseph Moulder.
Boo Moulder was a fine horseman and at one time played polo. He was proud of having played polo against famous Orange native Andrew Barton (
Mr Moulder was once an Inspector on the staff of the Condobolin Pastures Protection Board. In later years he acquired
Riverstone a small property on the West Wyalong Road, where he built up a credible Shorthorn stud. He sold his property about five years ago and retired to live at Condobolin.