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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

J. G. DONALDSON DESIRES to thank his frlands and the people of Moloni; and District for the very generous support accorled him since lie oonunonced business in Molong. Encouraged by tlioir support lie will endeayour by strict attention to business and fair dealing to merit ot.ill more of their confident'!' and patronage. Em- anxious to give his customers the very beat; value for their money, he has specially ordered a line of Stationery, which for quality and quantity cannot be excelled in the colony for fclio _ money. Just try a ' I BOX OF ' MOLONG STATIONERY,' Containing 36 Sheets of Notepaper, 86 Envelopes, Pen, and Blotting Paper, and all for One Shilling. FANCY GOODS— a Splendid Assortment in Stock, PATENT~MEDICINES Of all kinds, arid at far Lower Prices than the Storekeepers are selling them. Quality Guaranteed. ? o ? ? - jESsf® A great Stock of Tobacconists' Goods, FIREWORKS ! FIREWORKS! A Splendid Assortment, s _ , Note the Appress : — '? ? ? ? '' ' DONALDSON, :: i - . 1. ; ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

^ i i EVERYONE IS ON THE LOOK OUf FOR A NEW GOLD MUTE! But as tliey may require to search 9- long time before they find one sufficiently rich to claim the GOVERNMENT - REWARD - OF - £1000 jhey may find it necessary to economise, and in order that their, money may go as far as possible, and the way to do so is tobu/ their Goods at the :p; 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, nnd recent ; 'm' 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 ' | 'ito 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 rv j^i (which are Al) with any other House in the trade. .' The JCTeW Winter Goods are now being opened up for inspection, and those who see them will hardly be able to resist the tempta tion to ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

NEWS AND NOTES, : . Penrith (ET.S.W.^ has a lady watchmaker. A ton of dirty rags is worth about £10 to a rag dealer. Lord Carrington was 51 years of age last Wednesday. ' A divorce oan be obtained in St. Helena for lose thaii 30s. A canning factory in Texas put up 40,000 cans of pe&chos last season. The weed known as Paddy's Lucerne is worth £16 a ton in England. Sheep shearing in Argentina is paid at the rate of from 7s to ICs ,-.er hundred. A prospector has discovered a large soak of water J.25 miles south of Qoolgatdie. Edgar Allen Poe got £2 for the 'f Raven.' Some of our M's.P. get £6 a week for their ravin'. No future new appointment in S. A, public service is to be at a salary of over £600 per annum. Heaven for climate, Hell for society, Pre- 1. and Hocking for timber and iron. -^Silver Aoe, advertisement. A member of the Vanderbilt (New Yoik/ family is about to build himself a new house to coat £400,000.. : - A conple aged respectively 60 and 66 years ' were judicial...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

— m ' SPECIAL APPEAL Amalgamated Shearers' Union. AND General Labourers' Union, YOUNG- BRANCH. ? ? /? ? MEMBERS oi the Amalgamate! Shearers' Union iind General Labourers' Union who ;de-ire to FIRVfLY RESrST the SAVAGE and' UN WARRANTABLE ATIAOKS of thV PAS TOR A LISTS' UNION utiil the CRUKL BOY COTT of the Coin Dined Employers' Association of New South Wales, and maintain the rights and privileges of their fellow-men by uphollin* tho principles of TRU 15 UNIONISM, are herewith ap pealed to, and earnestly requested, either to remain in their respective Electorates until after the day tli© forthcoming Parliamentary Kisction takes place or, otherwise, to firmly resolve to return to their Electorates and exercise their votes in favour of tho Selected Labour Candidate. .Members are also urged to organize Union Politi cal District Committees and generally- assist the Labour Electoral League in thoroughly perfecting their arrangements in order to be fully piepared to- fight the political b...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Spread of Hydatids. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

. r The Spread of Hydatids. i v ^ — ; ? ?„ 1 TBS Board of Health have, for some little ds! time past, had under their serious consider V ation the question of the spread of the hydatid u-.idisease. They are of opinion that such ^disp'use is spiead by dogs drinking from -, . .public drinking troughs, which are used by children aud otherw, more ; especially the fountains having cisteius at the bottom. This .mattei was before the Board four years ago, 'when circulars were forwarded to the authori ties having the control of drinking fountains. The-JBoard have again decided to send out the /. oirciilar. In this circular the . Board state that they are very strongly of opinion 1st -—That, wherever there are cisterns, they ''should have a muaway at the bottom, so that 'ho water can collect ; and §,hd — that diatoms lor dogs should not be allowed in fountains ??/^?'fV.'placetl. near public aqhooltt, as it is found that young children drink out of them. The .board therefore suggest that the ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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FARMER & GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

,, . . ? ? ? ? ? - ? ? FARMER &. GRAZIER. [Under this heading we shall be glad to publish contributions .having reference to agricultural and E' astoriil matters. Farmers and graziers in the M!o -ng district are, therefore, requested to forward any items of interest in connection with tlnir re spective industries to the Editor of the Expbess.] Farmers in the Grafton district are holding J&ack maize in anticipation of a rise iu the '''market, (he present price being unprofitable. There will be a sale of sheep from several celebrated studs, including drafts from Victoria, Riverina, Buthurst, r.nd Mudgee, at the forth coming show at Biiurke. Over 1000 high-class Vsheep;have already been catalouued for the sale 'during show week. The' Adelai le Observkk says : — ' There is a certainty that South Auitralian poultry will be Bold in the English market before long. They will be white fleshed fowls, five months old,' 41b. to 4£lb. weight. They will be 'special bird's, dressed...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Labor Pledge. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

yhe Labor PJgto ?-.r 3?HE;Trades and jjihor Council, after several consultations with the Lalior members and ' the central committee of the Labor Electoral League, have drafted the' following form of pledge for candidates endorsing the Labor platforms at the elections ' X, the undei- signed candidate for election by . brunch of the Labor Electoral Xjeague, hereby solemnly give my phdne that, if uot selected as. a candidate by the branch, X will not in any way oppose tho duly selected candidate of-fchis or any other brunch. 3 also solemnly give my pledge that, if selected by the branch .J will, if elected to Parliament, vote upon ! all questions affecting the Labor platform ? .and the fate of the Ministry, as the majority of the par'y in Pailiament may. decide in ' caucus assembled, the necessity of holding such caucus to be ut the discretion of the ; : duly-elected leader of the party. In the event of circumstances arising affecting the fate of the Ministry or the interests of X*abo...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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LITTLE ARTICLES THAT PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

LITTLE ARTICLES THAT PAY. If the farmers get a big crop of wheat, and if he gets a good price for it, he may be doiug pretty fairly. But those ' i fa' may not fulfil their promises, and if they do not, then it may be necessary to 'give security' for the amouuts due to merchants, traders, and arti sians. No one ever heais of a failure of the crops of eggs, poultry, butter, bacon, and other 'small goods,' which although very mean and insignificant iu comparison with a large crop of grain, somehow have very often paid cff old debts upon the farm and reduced the farmer's credit. Probably a constant rill from a uood permanent spring may be of more value than a Hood which lasts a day or two and th»u dries up. Many a fanner has had to con fess that the wife's hens, cows, and pigs have saved the farm from the Insolvency Court.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

The development of Parliamentary Go vernment in New South Wales has not vindicated the promises or realised the hopes of those 'who agitated for and obtained Home Rule. It wan thought that our Parliament would lie a worthy imitator of that Imperial Assembly which is the mightiest and bent conducted House of Representative*! in the world. Though it could not have been expected that in a young country with so limited a number of fit and proper persona, we would be able to reach the standard of the ideal set up, it was imagined that at least by following the precedents and practices of the House of Commons a Legislative As sembly would spring up which would, as the years rolled on, become more and more like that august institution of which it is supposed to be a copy. To the first few Parliaments men were sent who certainly would hare held their own at Westminster; but since 1860 — in f-ict since the introduction of vote by ballot and manhood suffrage— the decadence has been so unmista...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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The Mortgage. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

, The Mortgage. Hp bought in 1G62 n farm of stumps an-l stones, His nwme was I'll Be-Glorified, his Rurname it was Jones, He put a mortga«o on the farm, and then in conscious pride, ' In twenty jeais I'll pay it up,' said I'llBe Gloritied. The mortgage hud a hungry maw that swal lowed com and wheat. J He toiled with patience ni^hfc and day to let the mciiistet eat ; He slowly worked himself to death, and on the calm hillside They laid, beyond the monster's reach, good I'll'Be.Glorified. And the farm with its incumbrances of mort gage, stumps, ami stonea, It fell to young Melcliizedek Paul Adoniram Jones ; Melcliizedek was a lovely youth, a holy, godly man, And hfijvowrd to rai-e that mortgage lil-e a noble Puritan. And he went forth every morning to the rugged mountain side, And lie dug ns dug before him poor old I 11 Be-Glorified ; He raised pumpkins and potatoes down the monstei'a tliroat to pour, He gulped them down, and smacked his jaws ? . and c*lmly asked for inoie. He worked ...

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A Claim Worked by Women. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

A Claim Worked by Women. There is a curious, and possibly unique, sight to be seen on the new diggings at Clyde River at the present' time. A- claim has been pegged out, by a woman and her three daughters, and is being woiked by them — up to date, however, with very poor results. A report from the spot states that the women wo«k in approved digger-like fashion, digging and delving with the strength of nawieB, and with far more perseverance. They are said to band e pick axe -and shovel as if to the .manner horn. Perhaps they have found a solution of the , problem : w What shall we do with our girls r ' ???- The language of truth it) unadorned and always simple. v

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Manildra-Cudal Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

Manildra- Cudal Railway. The following letter appeared in the Orange Advocate on Sa1 urday : — To the Editor : Si»*t — Tho I Ton. the Minis ter for Works said a few davs ago, in reply to Dr. Ross, that, the railway from Manildra to Cudal would not be constructed whi'e more important works could be d'ne. I suppose tha' when nil such places ns elec torates with mora influence than ouis have t-een attended to, if there is anything left we may get our share. I trust wh h«ve not got to grovel for onr rights, but c*n stand up and manfully demand them. Now, sir, with your permission, T wilt give my opinion of this p»o| osed railway^ ami must express mv astonishment nt any reasonably intelligent people entertaining the proposal for one nvment. Hy the pro posed line Ondal woul l te 45 miles from Orange, whereas a line was surveyed from Orange through Cudal a few ye«rs ago which made the difference about 22 miles. If we accept a railway via Molong and Manildra we commit ouiselves and posterit...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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SPECIAL AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

SPECIAL AREAS. The portions hereunder mentioned have been set apart aa special areas : — Land Disthiot of M ouwo. County of Ashtuirnham, pariah of Goimbla. Suburban area — Eugowra. Portions — Nos. 43 to 45 and 84 to 46. Area of each portion — 4 | acres each ; No. 46, 2a Or 38p ; No. 47, 2a Ir t 27p ; No, 48, 4a Or 26p ; No. 49, 3a 3r 35p ; No. 50, 3a 3r 3p ; No. 73, la 3r 4p ; No. 74, 2a 3r 20p ; No. 75, la 3r 36p ; No. 76, 2a Or 13p ; No. 77, 2a Or 29p ; No. 78. 2a lr 6d ; No. 79, Ia3r32p; No. 80, 2a 2r lOp ; Nos. 81 to 83, 2a 3r 24p ; No. 87, 5a lr £0p ; No. 88, 5a lr 14p ; No. 89, 6a lr 39p ; No. 90, 7a Or 28p; No. 91, 7a 3r 17 1» ; No. 92, 8*2r6p. Piice per acre, £2 10s. County of Aahburnham, parish of Bowan. Population Area — Cudal. Portion — 173. Area, 85 aores. Price per acre — £1 10a. County of Aahburnham, parish of Car^o. Suburban area — Car^o. No. 35, 8a Or 30i- ; No. 136, 8a 2r I2p; No.$37, 7a2r30p; No. 38, 8a Or 15p ; No. 48, 10a lr 37p; No. 49, lla; No. 50, 9 v 3r 30p ;...

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Deputy Registrars for the Molong Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

Deputy Registrars for the Molong Elec? torate. The gentlemen below mentioned liave been ... appointed Deputy Registrars for the various, ?'-divisions of this electorate ; — Canowindra North — Miv.A. H. Oostin, ? postmaster, - , Cargo Mr. Benjamin Cox, postmaster, Cudal^c-Mr. J. Claxton, postmaster. ?Oumnock— Mr.i Jas. . O'Neil, acting cldik-' of Petty Sessions. . Eugowi a East — G. Gurolan, postmaster, Obley-^r-G. J. Stibbard, postmaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

Li wrcooe and .Hume ? -twenty-five was full ag. :'or Imth scx:v), but a greater age was- necesaliry,- for loldiug. - certain ollW:s, viz , t hirty for tribunes, .'(?i ty-enree for consuls. In- Australasia wo come Co years of ? (liscrelto.i at a very early age, hut* th ere .-is a - dirierence' between discretion and dis :m imiiiiition iliscriminate between the genuine uiil tlie false, the .original -anti ; the mutation, re ?.?piireviiiiiturer ..experience. ? . Wolfe's hc-lmapps is a ^erfeclly pure and salutary spirit, but ic islargily imitated, and. .of ten these vilo imitations are'! piit' uito eiujit;. .Volfe'a . Sehn -pps bottles, and passed 'If as. cue in- igiual liquor. You must therefore list.-riniiuite, or buy tho wrapped bottles and ? 'U-eak them .after they arp empty... . ' THRICE IS HE AR ME D, WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST. CLEMENTS TONIC, THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORATIVE HAS CURED MORE CASES OF INDIGES TION, NEURALGIA, WEAKNESS, Dli BILITY, DROPSY, B RIGHT'S DISEASE, AND LIVER CO...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Death Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

[?] TP- the- Editor: Sii^-r-ConsideraWe Bntis faction is frequently expressed at the revenue derived jfrom the 'death duties.' They ii'U- certainly add to the complication of a dead maiv's '.affairs, and consequently put widows i:- ' and orphans rpore within the power of legal thieves at the very time thufc the intense --?: 1 grief of bereavement rendeis them less able .'?' to help themselves. flow uiuch better j i would it be to tax all £latid according to value, and abolish the '' death dutie.-:.' Another great advantage of land value taxa tion is that, by decreasing land-values, it .- -would leave legal thieves jless opportunities of plunder. The legal fraternity is a greedy .... ? trade union which looks upon a just price for worlf done as a Gtiuie damaging to the profession, and the ruin of a litigant as the drying up of a good njilch cow — only that and nothing qiore,— -Youis, ifcc., Unjt. 15th ? May, 1894.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

A burglar at Armidale had h clim.ee ot taking £1000 in Commercial Bunk mites, but he contented himself wiili one only — besides £193 in cash. A reef 14in. thick nnd showing gold has. been discovered three milea east of r lie j Wvalotig surveyed township. I

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

.gF*% 'THUUNIUS' G-reat Scandinavian Kemedy jfelf A RHEUMATISM (A ente or Chronic), . ... - chalky gout, gout, RHEUMATIC FEVER and its Effects, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA, PAINS in the HEAD, ? $TOP RHKUMATIO AFFECTIONS OF THE KYKSr i ^7 ? indigestion, klatdlence-, dyspb-psia,' ' 'V LIVER AND KIDNEY DISORDERS, ' -1^1 WRIGHT'S DISEASE, ? ' - ll \ CHEST AND PULMONARY COMPLAINTS, r NKRVOUS EXHAUSTION and all Blood and Skin (|» Diseases (hereditary or acquired), &e., &o., &e. Invaluable aa a Recupenitive'Tonie and Preventative of J E| Illness in ei tlier sex. i l-l' Ilf IM 1 f ^ Price, 5s per bottle, course of 5 bottles H finS tJi I I i ^ i ft # Carriage and Postage Extra. * ' J , ? Forwarded to all parts of the World on receipt of ^ I A K| remittance. .1 iK 1 n I ^==-L_ DEPOT: 15 VICTORIA ARCADE. ? Ct* A fSlM * ' Entrance from Elizabeth-street, near King Street and A F? r M F HV Castlerengh Street. V 'J 1 Opposite Australia Hotel. G.P.O. Box 1405. ' Thespian In...

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Machine and Handshearing. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

Mfwjhine and Handsheariqg. To the Editor : Sir, — As the question of machine shearing is likely to tie much dit» ;cus&ed in the coming season it will perhaps be well that the public should understand the points most likely to 1 e raised. When the shearing agreement under which sheep have been shoru for some three seasons past was drafted machine Hhears were just coming into use, but whether they would ultimately be a success or not was not iheu known, Now they have passed the experimental stage and with the low price of wool and stock it be comes clear that sheep-owners must get the wool off in the t-psfc way possible with leist injury to stock and least waste of staple which can only be done by machsne hhears. Under the system of hand shearing, the shearer finds his own shears, pays for hi? own oil and sharpening stones, and sharpens his shears in his own time, Wiih nncliine shears he can not do this, at. expert sharpener, who is a skilled mechanic, must, t-e provided, also...

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MILK FROM STALE COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

MILK FROM STALE COWS. In the manner of milk analysis, it is quite evident that analytical chemists are at sea al together. Milk is the chemist's pons asinorum, as for instance, when they say that ' the milk from newly-calved cows is richer than that from cows gradually going dry,' or, as they term it, 'stale' cows. Having been born and bred on a dairy farm where cheese making is engaged i in, and having 20 odd years' practical experience with cowb, their milk, aud the miiking of them, I' say most emphatically that towards thaend of the cheese-making season, when all the cows are going dry at the same time, the yield of aheese per gallon of milk is more than thai ob- ' tained in the early spring or during the flush of summer. That is the' result of practical ex perience, not theoretical tradition. All cheeae mikers will agree with the above statement. Some hard-headed practical farmers are to be found who are of the same opinion as our chemical friends, but the farmer whose expe rien...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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