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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

THE ANTIQUITY OP MAN. From t lie fact that some human bones were found,. a few years ago, in lacustrine deposits in Florida, it is thought by many scientists that man is 30,000 years old. ' . . -r:; ?; ?- , ' v- ,-, -y IiKmode'rn itimes, we certainly; have deterio rated. Even scripture derides ,the idea of putting ' ne\r wine -into old bottles']'; What would the aHcients think of men who would, for the sake of trifling ,.gn,iu.. put yile poison into genuine Wolfe's Schnapps hottles aiid sell it for the original liquor? It, is better to buy whole bottles for yourself and v/lic-n' empty i»reak ,tlicm.: ; ; ; ,

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Obituary. As the news spread last Sunday morning, announcing the death of Mrs. A. HarcoUrt there was a general sadness, because the deceased lady was popular and possessed a large circle of friends. About a month ago Mrs. Harcourt was taken ill and was re covering so nicely from the effects of the trial through which she then passed that bright hopes of her recovery were enter tained. A change, however, for the worse occurred four or five days previous to her death. Both Drs. Browne and Fielder were consulted, but these gentlemen held out little hopes, and their treatraeut could do no more than afford relief. The relatives were at once acquainted of the sad news, and Mrs. N viand, mother of Mrs. Harcourt, left her home on the Clatence River and started on a mournful journey. Despite all that medical skill and the gentle nursing of kind friends could do the too severely-stricken life could not be prolonged till the mother and bi other arrived. The peaceful end came on Saturday night ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

POST OFFICE HOTEL, Bank-street, Molong. Splendid situation. On* minute walk from Railway Station. Bist Brands op VPiNKa and Spirits. FiRST-CtASS ACCOMMODAIUN. SUPERIOR TABLE. ? J.-. ; Good Stabmxg. Caukful Guoom. ' JOHANNA FLYNN, Proprietress. ! Important Notice. . t'.HKAP I'.lii'.AJt ! IN consequence of the low price . of Flour at the present time, I am enabled to allow ray Cus tomers and 1.1) General Public to gain the benefit' of a OHICAP LOAF OF KltlCAl). Hence, 1 have determined to- ItKDUUK tlio Tariff for the- ''Staff' of I life' at my (establishment, and on and after MONUAY NKXr, 2&h February, 1894, filie price- ! of Bread will be . , 2-.d. PER 21b. LOAF. ' Thanking my numerous customers for feho liberal support extended me in the past, and solieiting, a continuance of aaine in the future, '? J R. THOMSON, 1 fruiterer, Baker and Confectioner-. BANK 8TRBKT, MOLONG. BETTER STILL ! DOGGER & COLE, i WHOLESALE ANTI- RETAIL FRUITERERS, FISHMONGERS,; V;-i,a AND PRODU...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Barraba Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

The Barraba Tragedy. , : Sydney, Friday.— The inquest on the Barraba tragedy, by which Mr. W. C. M'Kay, manager of the Commercial Bank, lest his life, is expected to last several days There aie yet ho further developments in connection with the affair. Armed residents and police are still pur suing the murderers. It ia surmised the latter are proceeding in the direction of the rough country, but it is believed .the police will eventually surround them; Some search parties have already returned unsuccessful, Mr. M 'Kay's body will be sent to Sydney for interment. Mrs, M'Kay is suffering severely from the shock. During the altercation with the robbers, Mrs. M'Kay heard her husband say, ' Not if I die for it.'

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Major-General Hutton is said, by a Mel bourne paper* to-.be a rich man, apart from his salary as Commandant. He is credited with the possession of an income of £i0,000 per annum.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Dangerous Spot. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

. ! A Dangerous Spot. ,r3': ; Several complaints have been made to ua :0*~ - thisnweek regarding a dangerous spot that ? - exist s on t be Norah Creek road, near Mr. , ? W. Start's brick-yard, it seems a large pit i'.^--.n|ln8 been made through a considerable quau -'tity of gravel being removed from the spot, anu; the* hole is now withtn only a tew teet .of the road and very deep. Persona driving along on a dark night, if they happen to .spull off the road, »re lible to drive over the 'edge of the precipice and the consequence .y would be a seiious accident. The excavation ? has been left unprotected for some time, but ,a» --it -is becoming more dangerous through :tlie dayman digging and carting away a lot of gravel for the purpose of repairing the streets, the Council should Bee and erect a fence at once around the part near the road, and thus prevent any mishaps occurring. The matter is one that should not be de cayed, but, on the other hand, immediately : -attended to, both for t...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wanted, a General Electoral League to select a Representative. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Wanted^ a, General Electoral League to -:p-^ set a 'Representative. ? ? ? ? 1 vv; [By an Elector ] 1 Near.' every class have formed unions to ] promote the election of Parliamentary repre Isentativies ' who will legislate in accordance with the ideas of those who promoted them ; to their powitions, the last attempt of this kind being thatiundertaking of the ' Farmsis Electoral Union/? which has not come up to the expeefcation of its promoters. According to the theory and practice of our Constitution Act, all' kinds of class voting, or returning delegates for any particular industries, de : nominations, or, section of the people, is pre vented as much as possible, and under this \ single member electorate system, with one | man one vote, any section of the people, per haps only a very small minority, may, if I united, and by voting in a body, defeat the - aim of the Constitution, which means govern ment by the majority. . To prevent such a contingency, and to carry forward : the true...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Molong Debating Society. j The first debate this season between the j members of the above Society took place on 'Wednesday evening. The Deputy-Speaker (Mr, G. P. Martin), in the absence of the Speaker, presided, and there was a fair ; attendance of , members. Routine business having been transacted, the Premier (Mr. W. E. Panton) introduced a Bill dealing .- with the liquor traffic and ptoviding for: ./prohibition without compensation. He ' was supported by the Minister for - Justice -and -.Public Imtruciion (Vlr. C. Legh), and Messrs. {Couch and Cotter, while ; the opposii on xpeakers were Messi-a. .Stokes, Chippindall, Edwards, Haslam, Finch, and Keeuan. On the division being ,? taken, .the Government sustained a defeat l«y two votes. In face of this, however, they decided to .carry on the' business of the House, on. the ground that such an insigni ficant majotity against them did not warrant them tendering i heir resignations. The question . for debate next Wednesday will be pos...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Manildra Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

I Manildra Mems. I ? ? ? ? ' [from our' correspondent.] Much sill prise was expressed at the news in your last week's issue that our member, Dr. Ross, whs trying to get the Post Office moved from its present position over to the Railway Suition, as this was the first intimation le ceived by those who are interested and whom it will affect. And we are rather surprised th*t .the Dr. 'Should move in a matter like this at the request of just one or two in dividuals, who have been trying to pull the wires unknown to those who are affected by the change. On Wednes day, Mr, Luxford, the station-mas? er, received notice from the postal authorities that he Iliad been appointed postmaster, and to be ready to commence his duties on the fiist proximo. If the office is to be moved to the station, an additional room will have to be built and someone appointed to assist Mr. Luxford, aa his office is none too large for present requirements, and lie cannot attend to the railway and postal work singl...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Dairying Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Tlte Dairying Industry. [By John Russell.] Dukino the season the chief discussion amongst all persons interested in dairying pursuits is the exportation of butter. Up to the present time the returns for shipments cleared have been very satisfactory, and the future success of this most important indus try rests to a great extent upon the pro ducers. Within the past few years the production of butter in this colony has rapidly increased. In nearly every district of any note where agricultuie and dairying iscariied on a factoiy has been established. At present the faimers in many parts of the countiy are ooutemplaiing the adoption of the co operative and factory system, by which means only butter suitable for export can be made. Of late years the British public has been accustomed to use factory buuer of the finest qualiiy, sweet and delicate in flavour, and owing to the large consign ments arriving in the British markets throughout the year from the Australian colonies and New Zealand...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. Theke is scarce y an end to the expense to which the ci untry is subjected to almost yearly by the appointment of what are termed ' Royal Commissions,' . to relieve the Cabinet of the responsibility of cultiva ting a little more ' back-hone' its the admin istration of the affairs of the country. Some I times the ' Royal Commissions are nil right, j I sometimes (which id nearly al ways) they are j I not ; sometimes tbey do good. work (which is I seldom, if ever), sometimes they do nothing I but waste public money, and indefinitely I shelve important public questions which the ? Government of the day , should. deal with. I No one Government more than another is ? directly responsible for the abu^e into which ? the recognised practise has slowly but suiely , ? growu ; but, it is apparent to everybody who V is above the status of a modern bank I director, that it is high time a period was I put, to the extravagant absurdity. The pre ? sent Government was, when in opp...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

! EVERYONE IS ON THE LOOK OUT FOR av A NEW SOLD MINE! But as they may require to search a long time before they find one sufficiently rich to claim the GOVERNMENT - REWARD - OF - ,£1000 They may find it necessary to economize, and in order that their money may go as far as possible, and the way to do so is to buy their Goods at the CHEAPEST STORE, And that Store, it is needless to say, is Haslam's, who is now running his business 011 a new system, which so far is a great success, .and recent purchases made by him will be distributed among the people of the district at prices that will astonish and probably annoy those who are sticking to, the, Long Credit System ; but. that cannot be helped as he. is determined to let the Public compare his Prices and the Quality of his Goods (which are Al) with any other House in the trade. The N6W Winter Goods are now being opened up for inspection, and those who see them will hardly be able to resist the tempta tion to buy, and more especially at...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Matter of Deep Moment to our Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

A Matter of Deep Moment to our farmers, j (By Our Agricultural Reporter.) I The nu'ject of improving our highways is of | such vital importance to every member of the community — particularly to those engaged.' in agricultural, pastoral and dairy pursuits — that 1 trust your readers will bear with me, iV.en if I occupy a good deal , of your space iu explaining the modes proposed to be adopted as carried out in the Unitedr States to a great extent, and how the money may be raised in this colony for the purpose of making good roads all through it. The cost of making these ' roads has always been, excessive — in ftict far greater than it should have been, and sufficient to pay for real good macadamised or giavel roads, the making of which in the long run will prove the cheapest, both as regards construction and maintenance, and that such roads are inestimably more profit able, both in lessening the cost of transporta tion of produce and merchandise, and {in improving the value of prope...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMER & GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

FARMER & GRAZIER. I ? _cAk u I ' ' — 1 — ~ ? ? ? j? ' ? . [Under t'liis heading we shall be glad to publish contributions having reference to agricultural and pastoral matters. Farmers and graziers in the Mo long district are, therefore, requested to forward any items of interest in connection with their re ! spectivo industries to the Editor of tho ExPttkssJ i Victorian dairymen &10 advised to fatten their calves with sopai ated akinunod milk and oleine, as at three itionths old they are worth 10s each in Eugland. ' A consigiimeut of New South Wales lamb, on whioh au advance of only £600 could be oh | taiued, realised £'820 more than this aiwmiut in j England.. «' The potato crop has almost entirely failed in j the Casino district. Farmers planted three or : four times, bufc the tubers have rotted owing to. «j the incessant rain. . i | Messrs. W. K. Oarnaey «& Co.', Forbes, sold : I last week,' oil accpntit Mr. F. G. Davii; Meran- \ I burn, 1739 wethers, at ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

Oricket Concert. On Thursday evening a meeting of the '.committee of the Molong Cricket Club wax '' held, for the purpose of deciding upon a date for holding the contemplated concert in cou , nection with tlie club. Mr. G. H. Davis, 'who occupied the chair, stated that Misa Hazeltine, of Mudgee, had kindly consented to assist at the concert, and that the middle .of next month would be a convenient time -for her to pay the town a visit. It was then ' unanimously agreed1 to hold the entertain ment ou Tuesday, 15th May. Messrs. ' Bridekirk, Legh, Petersen, Keenan, end the Chairman were appointed to prepare the pro gramme and carry out all necessary arrange ments in connection with the concert.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEP-BREEDING IN THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

ISiJEEP-BREEDlNti IN THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. In his ' History of the ?Sheep-breeding In~ dustry i/f the Argtutine Republic,' Mr. Her bei t Gibson states that the period datiug fioiti 18HG- to 1893 had vyitnessod the uou version of 5O,U00,0l)U sheep in that country from one type to another, from nietiuo to Lincoln. Mr. Gibson remarks that the .Lincoln cross supplies a sale able fleece of excellent quality and weight, at the Bauie time giving the Eiuopeau consumer a cat case which is appi eolaled. According to a rough esiiniate (Here are now about 85,000,000 sheep in the Atgeiitiue Republic. But the sheep-breeding industry wmb being tapidiy developed iu new and extensive tracts of conn- j try to such uu extent that Mr. Gibson has ventured to piedi««t that at the close of the pie eetit century there will be at least 150,000,000 sheep ill that part of the South Auieiicau con tinent.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

The Weather. 'During the week the district has been ? ??'?^iV.'viaitecl by a splendid full of rain, which set in on Tuesday night'.' Wednesday was Bhowery, nnd on Thursday a steady soaking n-j'rttin fell incessantly from between eight and nine o'clock in the morning until five in the afternoon. Throughout the night heavy, showers fell, but yesterday (Friday) was a : ; hice tine day. Altogether, three inches have :'o fallen at Molong this week.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

? ^ ORCHARD. The fruit season is now pretty well over, and shortly all the summer fruit trees will be bare. The work of preparing laud for wiutor planting Bhould be finished as soon as the weather will permit. Examine the trees for codlin [moth, and take off the bandages and burn them, or soak them iu boiling water. Tie some cleau ones round the stems of apples and jpearB. Plant out Oranges and other evergreen fruit trees as Boon as you can, and take the precaution to secure them to stakes to prevent them being blown about by the winds. Plant out a bed of strawberries, or ah edging may be made of the plants round some of the. walks. When planting strawberries take' a good deal of care to spread out the roots properly. In many cases careless j.\ planters bunch up the roots, and then wonder * why; their .-.atra wherries will not succeed..

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROZEN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

. FROZEN MEAT. , ? ? / Amidst all that is being said, and ; written about the rapidly expand ing frozen meat trade, the following actual results of sale in London will be eagerly read. The -returns -which are gust to hand are f(-r a shipment of. 11,800 car ,oases of frozen sheep per s.s. Port Victor, treated ;and ^oldiou account of their several owners by Messrs- J. H. Geddt-s and Co. (the PuBtoral 1 jPinance Association, Limited), to whom we are N'' .indebted fur the following particulars ' 1587 cai,casee, branded Gor^e over Riveripa, average weight ,5181b., averaged 7s lO'ld (w-5thers). 1025 carcases, branded CnckeUtijong ujver Riverina, average weight 511b, averaged 7s 3.8d wethers). 1 2046' carcases, branded Kirribilji over 2, avernge weight 43'31b, averaged 6s 11 '4d. (wethers). 1149 carcases, branded Yanco over Riverina, average weight 47-51b, averaged 6s 10 Id (.verhers/ 4462 carcases, branded Goolgambla over Riverina, average weight 42 81b, averaged 6s 1*5-1 (wetheia). 1236 ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Apple Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 21 April 1894

r-' , Apple Blossoms. K1-,; ? Underne Sat a maiden and her lover ; , ^ , And the thoughta within licr he ? ' r Yearned, in silence, to diac.over'.''' Round them danced th»- Biinheama blight, - - Green tiie'grass lawn stretched .before clieui;; While the apple bloaaoma white Hung iu. rich profusion o'er them. . Naught within her eyes he read [J\ \ That would tell her mind tiiito him ; / Though their liyht, he after said, ; _ t Quivered swiftly thnmijh anu tlirougli hint ; Till at laa.t.hia heart -burst free ^ , . , From the prayer with which 'twas laden1) ! 1 1 And he anid, ' When wilt thou be . Mine for evermore, fair maiden ?' . ?: ' When,' Bhe aaid, ' the breeze of'Mny With white flakes our- heads Bhallicover. I will be'thy bridelin'w gay— . ???;, , Thou Bhalt be iny husband-lover.' 'Ho w,'..8aid he, in Borrow bowud, ' Can I hope-Buclv hopeful weather ? ; Breeze of May-and Winter'a cloud ? Do not often fly jtoaether.' v ? . Quickly as the words he said, From che weat a wind cnine ...

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