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CABLEGRAMS. UNITED STATES LABOUR TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

; : .OABLEGilA.MS.; UNITED STATES LABOUR TROUBLES^ , . _,( London1 Thuisday.- — Seteral town's ?-.wifit jQolura'io, aro devi«iug a plan feu jmy the railway fares of 500 unemployed to Waahiug .tpu.1'./. , '' ' '' ???'????:.??: ;.... .. ^ Tlin Knights of Labor threaten to inarch the ' army' to Ottoway. ' .

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BARRABA TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

?} THE BaIIRaBA TRAGEDY. Sydney, Friday. — The niau)rLee, who was | arrested in. connection vyiih the , Ban aba : . Q niurder, says his name is Aiiiiei'son, and that H he recently deaeried a ship at S)duBy. He also states he has only beeu in the colony, nine munths. , The story that an insane man was seen in the vicinity of the dead homes is now dis crediti d. -,.?'.. . . ??,., The police, who have .been seaiching \\\el district tor the criminals, are returning to their various atationsj being: confident that ! the uiunleiers have Imtui arrested. j ;It is generally believed the muideiura, had j accomplicsu in the district. Another . at rest . I is shurliy expected. , .. I

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A Horse-stealing Case. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

, , , A florse-stealing Case. At the Bi.thurat Circuit Court on Monday lust, Geoige La-rd, a man about 34 years of ? age, wan charged with having, on the 3rd March, 1891, at Alectown, near Parkes, stolen one horse, one geKling, one mare and Hilly, the properly of Samuel Phillips. In a second count prisoner- was charged with having received the horse, well knowing it to have been stolen. Prisonei on hearing the information read, asked whether he was charged with stealing one; two, or thiee hornes. : His llunor replied that it was one. It hud been | nit iu that way in the infuim tion iu order to meet any exigency of ihe case. Prisoner, who was undefended, pleaded hot guilty. Mis Honor here discharged tlie non emp-iiielU'd jurors Humiiiotxd iu the .criminal panel, Htating that this w«« the last criminal ^(ijase. . Jurors hiiminoued fur the civil si- tings would, however, be required to attend court at 9.30 a.m. to-morrow (Tuesday). The Crown Prosecutor opened the case, and was proceedi...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CATTLE AND SHEEP MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

CATTLE AND SHElSPiMARKETR. Sydney, F ? ic'«y. — Cattle : Five thousand and tiro 'weie yarded at Homebush yesterday. Prices remain unaltered. Bullocks sold at from £4 to £5 10s, and beat beef, 11s 6-i to 12a per lOOibs. : Sheep: 29,034 were penned, and prices advanced considerably. Wethers realised from is to 10s. , MINING, ON PRIVATE LANDS BILL. ' SYDNEY, Friday. — The Alining on Private Lauds Bill passed through Committee, with minor amendments, in the Assembly last night. The third reading wad agreed to, ' aud the measure f 01 warded to the Council for its concurrence. ..:

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

POST OFFICE HOTEL, Bank-street, Molong. Splendid situation. One minute walk from Railway Station. ' - Best Bbandb op Wines and Spirits. FIRST-CLASS ACCOM MO DAI ION. SUPERIOR TABLE. Good Stabling. Oaukful Gboojt. JOHANNA FLYNN7, Proprietress. Important Notice. CHEAP~BREAD! ??s . '? . ' ? ? i IN consequence of the low price of Flour at the . present time, I am enabled to allow in; Cus tomers and tlie General Public to gain the benefit of a OHEAP'LOAF OF liKKAD. Herroe, I have determined to REDUCE tlie Tariff for tlie ' Staff of Life' lit my ICtitablishment, and on and after MONDAY NH,XT, 26th -February, 1894, the price of Bread will be 24d. PER^lb. LOAF. Thanking my numerous customers for the liberal support extended me iu tlie past, and soliciting a continuance of same in tlie future, R. THOMSON, Fruiterer, Baker and Confectioner, BANK STREW, MOLONG. BETTER STILL! doggerIcole, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUITERERS, FISHMONGERS, AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS, BIAM STJTOIiTT, (MiiUK. JUST glance at...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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RAILWAY FETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

RAILWAY FETTLERS. ? Sydney, Friday. — In the Assembly, ; in ,' reply to Mr. Cook, Hon. F. -B. ...Suttor);^1 Minister for Public Inatiuction, said the ,^,y railway fettlers were instructed to work hal.f unhour per viay less than hereipfore. The men were to be paid for the full time they worked. The lengths covered by the men were not reduced.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

JlslEWS AND NOTES; The furs worn by th« Princesa of Wales in wiuter are valued at £V2,000. v , A Glasgow cab driver w»a recently prosecuted for passing Scripture texts inside his cab. Some men at. Sherwood have earned 12s a day recently gathering mid sailing mushrooms. r,., A... Prnhran (Vic.) butcher advertises chops and steaks J 51bs for Is, and a side of lamb for' Is6d. ? Notwithstanding all the retrenchment, there are now 31.000 civil servants for 1894, »s against 30,000 for 1893. Six abseutees would have to contribute, under land value taxation, six times as much as the amount paid by all the farmers in the colony. . The Government have given £1084 for a quarter-iicre of land at Bourke, this.beiriy at the rafca of £4192 per «cre. Pretty steep price. t A bullock charged .a train at Turalifon, Vic toria, with the result that his body derailed two .trucks. The largest wheat- grower in the world u in South America. lie ia an Italian, and has over ; 100 square miles under crop. : So...

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MOLONG-GUMBLE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

MOLONG-GUMBLE ROAD; Sydney, Friday.— In 'the ^ House yester night, in leply to Dr. Ross, the Hon. W. J. Ly'ne, Minister for Works, said he had Called - ? for a repprt of the state of the Molong to Gumble road, via Red bank.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

J. O. DONALDSON DESIRES to thank his friends and the people of Molong and District for the very generous support accorled him since he commenced business in Molong. Encouraged by their support he will endeavour by strict attention to business and fair dealing to merit otill more of their conGdence and patronage. Ever anxious to give his customers tlie very best value for their money, he has specially ordered a line of Stationery, which for quality and quantity cannot be excelled in the colony for the money. Just try a . BOX OF ' MOLONG STATIONERY,' Containing 36 Sheets of Nolepaper, 3G Envelopes, Pen, and Blotting Paper, and all for One Shilling. FANCY GOODS— a Splendid Assortment in Stock. PATENf~MEblCINES Ofall kinds, and at far Lower Prices than the Storekeepers are selling them. Quality Guaranteed. iSsf* A great Stock of Tobacconists' Goods. FIREWORKS! FIREWORKS! A Splendid Assortment. Notr the Address: — '??'?'?: '.'-'?''???- ??': j '_ ..,..', J . a J do N a l d s &$*ii...

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Latest Telegraphic. THE OPENING OF TELEGRAPH OFFICES ON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

Latest Telegraphic. (from our special agent/), THE OPENING OF TELEGRAPH OFFICES ON b UNI) AYS.'. Sydney, Friday.— In reply to Dr. Boss, in the Assembly last night, Hon. JohnKidd,' Postmaster-General, said he had no doubt it would be a gieat convenience if all the tele* graph offices were open on ' Sundays, but it would be too exueusivo. ' ? ' ' '? ; -

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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ROUNDABOUT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

RQUNjDABQUT NOTES. It is to be regretted that very serious com plications are likely to occur between the pastora lists and shearers through the iiu -?/?jlitic action of the1 former in receding fiom the agreement f mined by a conference of the p$wo parties and under which sheariug has been conducted since 1891. £ do not wish to nay anything on the point* in dispute, tiut fiimply to refer to the indiscreet action of the PastoraliHts' Union in not adopting, the proper course of invuing the other party to , the agreement to consider the proposed alter ations. Naturally enough the shearers re fuse to nccept the alterations, and I don't blame them. Ttiure ia a right and a wrong way of doing everything, aud the pas toralists, it is quite plaio to every reason able man, huve pursued the latter course. Beiug jdesirous of altering portions of the agreement framed by their and the Shearers representatives three years (ago, they should have notified the Shearers' Union of Buch, And invited it ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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To the Directors of the Re-constructed Banks. SOME HOME THRUSTS. SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE, SAUCE FOR THE GANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

To the Directors of the Re-constructed Banks. SOME HOME THRUSTS. SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE, SAUCE FOR THK GaNDER. Gentlemen, — Permit me to conyratulato you very heartily on the excellent seaman ship by which you have safely weathered the. devastating financial storm that came down upon us monthsago with such unexampled fury, and threatened to tear everything up by the the roots. You have done well and ho — as you doubtless do not fail to remember — has the public who backed you up. Some of those* exasperating people who are always exceedingly wise after the event, are point ing out that you would have done much bettei if you had shortened sail a lonsj while ago, and had built strong reserve funds in stead of paying such tremendous dividends ; but nobody gives much heed to them, for even bank-directors have a large amount of human nature about them, and it is not reasonable to expect them to be very much wiser than their fellew meD. We all lost our heads when things were booming, and we h...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

TOPICS OF THEWEEK. I We have no sympathy with those who i would filch or snatch from the landholder % liis vested rights, hut we think there are I timos when the huul-owner can figure as the I philanthropistand benefactor iu a community, | if he has any regard for the community in § which his property is situated. For many | yearn mining on private property has been - made a stock question at every parliamentary \ election. Every candidates addrosB ond \ every hustings speech would seem strange ] without a reference to if, yet in spite of ull \ this the Mining on Private Lands Bill, I which whh introduced in the Legislative I Assembly months ago, is still hanging I like Mahomet's coffin between wind and \ water, and is a long way off becoming \ law — if it ever does. The measure at pre I sent before the Elouse h-.is been hacked about [ from time to time in such a manner by a \ crowd of hi«oled fossils in the Upper House \ that it is scarcely recognisable as the Bill \ introduced iu ...

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Molong V.I. Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

, Molong VX Rifle Club. Appended are the total scores of the two c best shootings, together with the prizes won, '' by the members of the above club during the |/^. March quarter. The scores given below includes the handicap ulloted each member : — f* Total. Piize. Se.gr. T. Ball 115 25a Pte. H. A. Beimel t 115 20a ' Btrgi. D. Ball 110 15s , OulrSergt. Shield 107 10s ,; ; ,;. Pte. H. Cdy 105 10s v .'.. '?:-?; ????'* -i '?.,-, C. Bennett 101 10a „ C. Niuholls 98 7s 6-1 /:' 7 ',,: & W«eks 96 7s 6.i „ P. Bii'lgeH 92 5s Sergt. W. Cart oil 86 5a ? ?'????? LHiic«-Cor|»l. Young 86 5s Coi|il. Par«lo*. . 84 Pte. G, Neville 79 „ C. A. Johnson 71 ,, Speuce 67 The special prize of 5sj presented by Segti T. Ball, for moat bull's eyes in best two days' fccoreH, whs won by the donor himself, with a score of 12 bull's eyes. . TheHpecial piize of 5s, presented by Segt. rJV Ball, for the most hits iu kiud, other tliHii bull's eyes, resulted iu the following ??uieuibeis.tieing, with 14 outers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

/ EVERYONE IS ON THE LOOK OUT FOR JoEB * ' Hd^^k ?' k| ^J 5*i k^H Bf fim Vfl Hi Ha ^B ^H ^^& H ^A ^ff ^H ^H ^^^^^ 19 ^H B H ^H But as they may require to search a long time before they find one sufficiently rich to claim the GOVKRMMENT- REWARD - O F - -£1QOO 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 on 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 New Winter Goods are now being opened up for inspection, and those who see them w...

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TURNIP FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

TURNIP FEEULNG. Farmers, with sheep, should not send the flock into the turnip or artificial hay fields to help themselves. It leeds to the waste of fodder and roots. Sheep can be turned into a paddock where the crop U cut off, but they do not fatten bo profitably if the flock musters cut up the turnips and the hay into chuff If turnips were pulled up, the tops cmld be given to stock, and the stored turnips cut up as the feeder wanted them. Turnips will keep a long time, if stored in open sheds or rough slab bins in the farm yard. For fattening cows and good horses, the food should be boiled as often as possible. Plenty of timber is in the country, and dairy farmers would be amply repaid for their tr -ub!e. It is too much to expect of sheep by making them eat through the skins of root fodder, as ' it is too hard work for their living' and failing mouths. We would usk the New South Wales and Victorian farmers to try and grow experi ment crops of turnips and rape with a view to make t...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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MANILDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

MANILDRA. Theheavy rains of last wouk have been followed with beautiful weather. A alight froat was expe rienced on Wednesday morning and the wind 'has been very cold j still it is farmers weather, acd ' th« ploughs are hard at work all round. Tu their credit be it said that, in spile of t lie prices of all produce being so low, the fanners of this district look, out with hops, and intend putting even mure ground under cultivation this year than ever. And certainly just now the farmers lot is not too bright. But At times such as those it behoves every one t- see if something cannot be done to help make the re turns of one's labour and capital mure pro tit able. Aud I think if residents of this district would work togetlier Buierul things could be done for the benefit of all. What is there tu hinder a butter factory being at work ? It. pays, aud pays well, in other districts. One thiutf is certain, if one is nut started the farmer will have to give up making butter, as the local con ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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APPLES GRAFTED ON THE PEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

APPLES GRAFTED ON THK PEAR. The following extract is taken from the Gardener's Magazinu, which tends to show that a barren pear tree may be used to grow a crop of apples : — Apples from a tree grafted upon the paar were contributed to the recent exhibi tion of the Hawarden Horticultural Society by Mr. William Saunder?, M.P., and attracted considerable attention. The fruit was accom panied by the following letter addressed by the exhibitor to Mr. Gladstone :—' The interest which you have taken in the growth of apples on barren pear trees, and your request that I would report results, induced me to send you a branch from the pear tree in my garden which has never borne p^ara, although it is twenty years old. Upon your recommendation apple grafts, at once showed a strong disposition to fruit, and you will see from the specimen that the apples are growing well. Experiments continued in this direction may produce useful results.' » '0-

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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DISTRICT JOTTINGS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

DISTRICT JOTTINGS. ? ' ? ' ? ? : ? ^ ? ' ? ~ ?? . 1 . . , ; ,' , . . ; , ; .... FilOM .ODU OWN CORBESPONDENTS. .. .;:.!.„; .;,,„,,: : CUD AL. ., ...' ...,..;' . T, ,'.!'. '.'???; At; the Police Court on Thursday, Philip Swaizel, a German stonemason^ sued Micliaol Milcliel, of pave Creek, for £25, wages due. It appeared that Phillip agreed tu build a house fur Mitchell for £30, but the wording of the agreement dealt' with the' house from the floor upwards. Nothing being mentioned about the foundation, Phillip worked at it for eight weeks and three duya, when he was dis missed. He then put in the above claim. The plaintiff was, however, nonsuited. , , .' William Carman appealed against his farm of 100 acres being assessed by the Council at £50 per year, but waa unsuccessful. Lee versus Lee was a case of wife desertion, in which the domestic troubles raked up by bolh sides were just spicey enough tu amuse tho crowd that generally frequents the precincts of the court-house when such cas...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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LOOK TO YOUR HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 28 April 1894

LOOK TO YOUR HENS. Eggs are now beginning to realise high prices and will continue to do so for the next few months, so the poultry breeders who have given the hens good care, and have them well through their moult, will reap the best of the harvest. For hens, now moulting, feed liberally and take care that the food is digested easily by providing plenty of grinding material and pure water, well sheltered from the rays of the sun. Sulphur, given iu small quantities, iu fine weather, and (inseed meal, or, better still, whole Unseed boiled to a jelly and mixed with soft food, twice a week, will greatly assist the hens and cocks iu getting quicltly over moult. A chill at this important season, though, per haps not noticed at the time,' will throw the system entirely out of order, and often cause death, particularly with birds past their prime. Iu those parts --( the colonies where the winter is tnild, chiokeus may be hatched d urine the next few mouths, so as to catch the spring and ea...

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