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

EUCALYPTUS OIL A VALUABLE EXTERNAL REMEDY For Rheumatism, Sciatica, Stiffness of the Joints, Coughs, Colds, And all Affections where a Stimulating and. Soothing Application is required. This Eucalyptus is guaranteed equal to any in New South Wales. 3old wholesale cheaper than any firm in Sydney. CSP' A great Stock on hand. Wholesale, 8s per dozen bottles. LADIES, CONSULT Mrs. LOVE ON ALL FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Safe and Sure, 3s 6d per bottls, C. LOVE~~ & GO., 165, BROUGHAM STREET, WOOLLOOMOQLQO. Caution. ANYONE found HUNTING with DOGS or SHOOTING in the GUMBLE PADDOCKS wilj. be prosecuted. W. J, CURLE. ' MATALGIA.' . THE WONDER OF THE AGE. Cures Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Hea laohe, Toothaoho and all Nerve and Rhuumatic Pains. Many oan testify as to the benefit of 4 Jl '.TALGIA ' Mr. R. Croft says ' ' I toon 'Matalqia' for Headache 0md in five minutes I was f pee of pain.' Aftlc your Cheqiisb or Grocer for it. Sold everywhere, &n-J from R. G. BREIJETON, Proprietor fy M...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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HOW AND WHEN TO RING BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

HOW AND WHEN TO RING-BARK. Mr. John Haulau in Rural Australian says.: — There are four different ways of ring barkiug timber, which I have tried. No. 1 is by making a ring round the tree by driving an axe in aud pressing: the axe downwards Without taking out the chip, and is called ring-barking. No. 2 is called chip-rini(ing. This is done by taking the ohips out all round, No. 3 is what is called Bap-ringing. ' This is done by cutting through tho pap-wood into the red. No. 4 is what we call bark-ringing : and is done by taking a.strip.of bark of various depths from the tree, and I find fro.n 15in. to ]8in. the best. I have all four of these plans used upon my land, aud I find that No. 1, is the best -and cheapest for Urgejjtiinber and No. 4 for small trees, as the trees throw, up less suckers :thau Nos. Land 3 ; but if the country is not bad for throwing up suckers, and you wantto kill quickly so as to allow the grass to grow after the first year, then No. 3 is the best, as it takes...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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LAND NOTES. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

LAND NOTES. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. Land Distkiot of Molonq. No, 659 extension for truvelling stock, noti fied 7th May, 1893. County of Aahburnham, (_r pariah of Bo'ee NyrBinr, area about 57 acres, ^he Crow ti lands within the following bounda ries : Cotnmencing'on the left bank of the Livingstone Hill Creek, at the point where the , northern boundary of travelling stock reserve too y, notified 10th .November, 187o, crosses that creek ; and bounded thence on tlie south-weBt ... by part of that tmundary bearing south-easterly about 25 chains iu a direct line to a point about 16 chains due west from the western boundary of portion 2, J. Keenan's320 acres; thence on the east by a line north co Livingstone Hill ' Creek aforesaid; and thence by that creek downwards to the point of commencement. ?: |Note. — The above is included in Mary Keenan's conditional purchase 82-356, Molong, of prior . idate to reservation. Part of No. 1,574. County of Aahburnham, - , parish «-f Boree Nyr...

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THE PRICE OF THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

THE PRICE OF THE YEAR. Mr. JameB Richmond, owner of Haddon Rig, and Mr. Chas Hunter, the manager of the pro perty, are to be congratulated upon having made the Bale of the season. 12,000 full-mouthed wethers have just been sold to Mr. Tlioa Edola, of Burrawang, Forbes, at 7b Gd. This iB the best price made for years, and shows how highly the Haddon Rig flocks are thought of, and what a good reputation they have made.— Dobrg Dispatch. Victorian Government are retrenching a number of railway station-masters, and appointing women iu their places. A first-class billiard ball cannot be made in less than 12 months, owing to the tendaucy of turned ivory to shrink. You can't always tell what a young mun thoroughly in love will do ; but you cun bei sure, pretty ufleu, that it will be something foolish.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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RESERVES FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY. LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

RESERVES FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY. Land District of Molong. Within the'.popnlation area of Molong. No. 20,632. Counly o^Ashbnrnham, pariah of Bell, containing an areai of about 40 ucras. The Crown L'Uids within the following boundaries : Com mencing at the south-west corner of portion 9, parish of Bell ; and bounded thenoe by part of the south boundary o( that portion eaat to the north-west coiner of portion 16; thence by a line iu part forming the west boundaries of that portion htid portion lo south to the north boun dary of portion 139 ; thence by part of that north boundary of that portion west to its north-west corner ; thence by lines forming the eastern side of a road I chain wide, northerly, to the point of commencement. [Note. — The above includes part of reserve 11 of tho county, for extension to temporary common at Molong.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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POINTS OF BERKSHIRE PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

POINTS QF BERKSHIRE PIGS. It is felt most desirable that there should be a uniformity of decision on the part of judges at shows with regard to the marking of Berk shire pigs. The question haB been receiving the attention of a committee of the British Berkshire Society, who recommended a number of regulations which the Society has since de cided should be forwarded to the various agricultural societies as ' suggested instructions to the judgeB of Berkshire pigs.' These are as follow : — A pure Berkshire would be expected to have the following points of color on black ground, viz , four white feet, ta medium quan tity of white in the face, and a white tip to the tiki). We reoommend that 9 perfectly black face, or a black foot, or black tail, should disqualify |a pig in the show yard. White or sandy spots on the top or sides of the animal, or a decidedly white ear, dhould be a disqualification. Any description of coloring, staining, or clipping, should also be a disquali fication. f W...

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TICKS IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

TICKS IN SHEEP. A wiiter in the Am brio an AaRicuLTDRisT speaks highly of kerosene emulsion for killing «heep ticks. He has tried a score or more of' remedies and finds that this has the advantage of cheapness, ease of application, hirrnlessness to the animal aud efficacy against the ticks - Instead of dippiug the animals, which the aver' Age sheep raiser considers too much (trouble, he crowds the sheep 'into some corner or pen, so as to bring them into a compact body, ^ and then sprays the emulsion over them until they are thoroughly wet, the flock being occasionally moved about so as to expose all parts of the ./ body. ' We are glad to see this practical testi mony,' remarks Professor Riley, the American entomologist, ' since although the effectiveness of the remedy was proved some years ago. by Messrs. C. P. Gillette and Cooper Curtice, the late tendency of Experimeut Station entomolo gistB has been to depreciate the use of the emulsion, on account, as they say, of the ditfi i ' ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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PRESERVATION OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

PRESERVATION OP EGGS. The egg shell is perforated by a myriad of small pores, which can only be perceived by the aid of a microscope. Their effect is evident, because it is by them that day by day the albumeu evaporates and gives place to air. Wheu the egg is completely full a fluid passes constantly towards the pores, aud is the prin cipal agent of corruption ; this corruption is manifested more rapidly iu warm than in cold weathei. An egu absolutely fresh is absolutely aud proverbially full, but in the stale eggs there is a proportionally empty place caused by the loss of albumen by evaporation. If the tongue is applied to the end of a fresh egg it is felt to be completely cool ; whilst, if applied to a stale egg, it is found to be warm, because the albumen of the new egg, being iu contact with the shell absorbs the heat of the tongue more rapidly than the air contained in the shell of the Btale egg. By intercepting the air and pre venting it from penetratiug the shell, sj as not ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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RAPE AS A FORAGE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

RAPE AS A FOB. AGE CROP. May is a splendid month to sow this plant, whioh appears to have taken q-iite a prominent place amongst our 'greenstuff' crops, though it is uot yet as well known with us as its great value deserves. It is an excellent winter feed and suits our climate admirable. Though sometimes sown broadcast at the rate of 101b. per acre, the beBt results are undoubtedly oorainea wnen grown in aruis, as lor turnips, sowing at the rate of 31b per acre ; this admits of the farm being kept clean ; is better farming, and the plants produce a heavier weight of green food, while not sharing so much stalk, the tendeucy of plants beiiig to draw wheu grown broadcast aud too thickly. The crop requires no attention in the way of thinning, aud may be grown between grain crops. This plant is very suitable for sheep feed, but they should never be turned into it on empty stomachs, as it will ' blow ' them if eaten too quickly. When the paddock has been eaten well down, the remains of th...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

CH U RCH SERVICES. (Ti'iM- Appended are the chnich appointments, in con nection wit.li the lncvl Wes eyan Church, for. r f; in 'ftto-morrow and t ho following Sunday : — \ xnni - Sunday, May 20. , Molong, 11 a. in. — Rev. D. A. GiNenan- , i:i 'Molong 7 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gi.senan ; (V- . Garra, 3 p.m. — Mr. J. Morris , ! ' O t ? Shades, if p.m. — Mr. Jtfi -'Haker v ?11 Cum tick, 3 p.m. — R,ev,. ;D. .V; Gilsenan ' Barracan. 3 p. m ? — Mr. VV i Shield ? ; ? 'iio' J 'jTi. ,C -ri{'-, .7 p.m. — Mr. VV-..: Shield ? ; -j'j ?-}?? ? I 'li i -Lock wood, ILa.m. — Mr, J. R. Worrall Sunday, May 27. . r/r.ii'i . *Jt ' i ^foiling, 11 a. in — Mr (4 ? Aii'l,i»r««-n ?*' M (ii'i iiis», 7 p.m. — .llevv D A. Gils; n ill A-l'?r,''Ga!Tav3 p.m; — Rev. D A. Gilse' an - — Cudal, 11 a.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan Cniliilj 7 p;m. — Mr J. R. ? Worrell t - Bed Hill, 3. p.m. — Mr VV. .Baker. Sj v Barragan, 3 u.m.- — Air. .1. R ..Worrall

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

/ ' S;r. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. ; --^Molong — 1st Suud;y of every month: '.yi.Caruo— 2ml Sunday ol every month. .Cudal— 3rd Sunday of every month, j ... 1 t ? Cum ti'XiU- — 4tli .Sunday ol every month. Si:i lif-iMai ildra— 5th Sunday in -the month (when jii'.ir! L.ni.'' occurring);

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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

l&.MiXm-W ? ? ? ? ? — — ? ? ? I ? BAPTIST CHURCH. ? ' . 'Ricv. «J nasK Ma yh,\ Pastor. First' Sunday baoh Mo.vru — Garra,, 3 p.m.» '? ' *'ni!Mr. W: HyliAiid ; 7 3i) p. hi., -Pastor. sGi-egra. 3 p.m., Mr. VV. JlMwatds. Manildra Hull, 1L a.m., Pastor. Second Sunday .^Garra.,- 3 p m., Pastor; 7.30 p in Mi'. A- VVTddocli. Umsiia, 7.30 p.m;, Pastor.r Mniiildia,'] I a.m., ;. Pica' or v' /-?Third Sunday --Garra, 3-:an:d-7.30 p.m., 'Mr. D. Ba 1. ? Greiira, 3 p.ni , Pastor. Atuiiil dra, 7.30 p.m., P»*ioi. ; Fourth Sunday— Garra, *,,3 p.m., Pastor; 7.30 p.m., Mr W. Poeknall. Gregra, ,7.30 p.m., Mr. G. W. Griffith. ? Manihira, 11 a.m., Pastor.- . ' Fifth '..Sunday— Garm, 3 p.m., Mr. W. Straochen ; 7.30 p m , Pastor p Gregra, 3 p in. , Pastor. Manildra, llam Pastor. Morning services' at Mmildra Hull ; other ! services at Man.ihh-a House. -. ?

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School Arbor Days. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

School Arbor Days. The Department of Public Instruction have issued the following cir cular -Arbor 'Days for the cm rrenfc year have been arranged as follows : — Northern Districts, Fridavv 13th July; Western Districts, ^ Fri : day, 20th July; Southern Districts, Friday, 27th July. The Saturdays immediately pre ceding or succeeding these dates may be selected if more convenient,, As tree- will be available from 1st May, implications . should he made without delay. Each appli cation should be accompanied by a oartificate from the board or the teacher, to, the effect .that the ground has eithei lie- n prepired or ?will be ready on arrival of thj trees. The position of the proposed plantations in the school grounds must lie approved of by the teachers and their inspectors, and in every case the ground for planting should first t-e well trenched, and, if necpssary,' properly drained and manured. The department will, as usual provide and deliver on the school grounds all trees and shrubs...

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

W. EL Fanton, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, Proctor and Conveyancer, OFFICE: BANK STREET, MOLONG (near Mr. J. Haslam's Store. Dr. Sidney Fielder, L.K.Q C.P., Ireland, L.M., L.S., L.S.A., London, (Late of Wollongong), HAS succeeded to the Pract-ico of Dr. Tayler, Molcng, and may bo consulted daily, at the late Residence of Mr. George Baxter, lidward-street, Molong. iDk. FIELD 'ill will visits OUMNOCK EVERY ALTERNATE WEDNESDAY', , DATB OF NKXT VISIT — lf)TH MAT. ? , GO TO X A GEO. E. HUNT'S FOE First-class Workmanship. watchesTclqcks, Jewellery, &c, PROMPTLY AND SKILLFULLY REPAIRED ALL W'RK GUARANTEED, o Nor the Address ADJOINING ST-OCKWEUS HOTEL ? (near the Railway Station). E. BL^^^)ER, . ? PRACTICAL, Watchmaker, Jeweller, & Optieian. Call and see my STOCK at REDUCED PRICES. NICKEL. WATCHES (Short Wind Key , less) 158 and 18s. 88J' All Repairs by Post promptly attended. tcs and guaranteed, for one year., Adjwaess. / , ?. Bank-street, Molong', . Opposite Post Office. A. ¥. TEM...

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

A. COULSOW. Fat Cattle. — About 50 yarded. Notwith standing the small number penned sales dragged somewhat. I sold a small draft of bullocks for Mr. R. Scott, from £2 to £2 10s, averaging £2 7s Id. Fat Sheep. — Market still firm, and all yarded met with a ready sale. I sold for Mr. Frank Quinn, 30 wethers at 3s 8d, and 22 ewes at 3s Id j for Mr. Thos. Cole, 55 wethers at 3s 5d. Store Cattle.— Very few yarded. I sold in the estate of Mrs. Keenan, 1 heifer at £2 6s, 2 cows and calves at £1 7s, and 1 steer at 17s ; ou account Mr. P. Hogan, 6 steers at 20s, 1 heifer at 20s, 2 steers at 15s; on account Mr. T. Gordnu, 2 old cows at 14s ; for Mr. M'Cutcheou 1 cow and calf at £3 12s 6d. Horses.— Market poorly supplied. I sold on account official assignee Thos. Keenan's eBtate 1 saddle horse at i?8 15s, 1 ditto at £3 10s ; oi. account Mrs. Mayue. 3 head from £4 10s, to for various owners 4 head from £3 10s to £8, also 1 sulky at £ 6 15s, and aet harness at £2. 10s. Orange, 14th May, 1894.

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

TO THE RESCUE AND NO MISTAKE I I When a man pets a peppercorn in his mouth ho receives an impression and awakeB to the fact ||| that life ia no longer a dream. ,.'-®\ p| / G. 0. HAMEY I Wishes you to awake to the fact that he has reconstructed his business and in future will sell for ||1 CASH. The disastrous Bank and large business failures of the past year have clearly pointed out the watil If of reformation in all classes of trades, and therefore seeing that no other firm in Molong do a If Strictly Cash Trade t| G. €. HAMEY '' 1 will endeavour to ? LEAD THE WAY CHEAP 10 PRICES: and this he is specially able to do through being uuder little expense compared with other Stores ? in this district since lie has No Other Place of Business ! V ? ' No Branch Stores! S ! .J. ]] No juarge Siaif of Assistants I : No Old Stock ! .1; No Long Credit Customers ! ri ? . - and consequently /'' ' j . No Bad Debts ! All these advantages being taken into consideration it would not take the wisdom of ...

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

Orange Hospital Ball. THE ANNUAL -BALL will he held in i.he AUS TRALIAN HALL, on WEDNESDAY, 23rd May. Tickets — 15s Double ; 1- -s fid Gent's ; 7s 6d Lady's,, to be had irom the uudersigned. W. J. STABBACK, Hon. Sec For Sale, SPLENDID FA.UM, containing 360 ACRES, two miles from Molong. Good Orchard Land. Terms liberal. Apply S. D. BENNETT, Oom. Agent Molong. Municipality of Molong. Notice is hereby given tnat a FRIENDLY1 APPEAL COURT . Will bo holden at the TOWN HALL, MOLONG, ON Tuesday Evening, the 29th. May, After the 'closing of the usual fortnightly Municipal Meeting. C* ' . ? ' D. M. McCALLUM, Council Clerk. Town Hall, Molong; 18th May, 1894. CUMNOCK P. & A. ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL PRIZES. Hunter over three Hurdles— First Prize, £5 ; 2nd : £1 Best Collection of Farming Produce (per W. Black, Esq.), £1 Is. Best Handwriting, bovs under 14 years, in the Cum nock district, 10s 6d. Best Hand-made Shirt, girls under 16 years in the Cumnock district, 10s 6d (per J. McCouisky, Esq...

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

DEATH. . , BARRETT —On tlie llth of May, at Ghoewong, the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. A. G. Petersen, Mary, rolict of the late Mr, T. , Barrett, of Mendelssohn Cottage, Parramatta, and daughter of:the lite Captain David Roche, of the Pen guin. Aged, 83 years.

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ORANGE STOCK REPORT J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

ORANGE STOCK REPORT J. S. Lbbds and Co. Fat Cattle.— 60 yarded. There was no im provement in prices, best quality making 10a per lOOlhs. Wa aold— 10 bullocks for Mr. R. Glaason, Blayney, averaging £3 Is 2d. 10 o -ws for same owner at £2 5s 6d. 5 steers for M.i, J. Hawkins, Millthorpe, at £1 lis Qd. 2 heifo^a for same owner at £1 19s. 5 steers for Mr. H. Horton, Boomey, at £1 14s. 6 heifers for same owner 15 s. Fat Sheep. — 600 yarded. Market firm for prime quality. We sold — 300 ewes for Mr. U. Osborue, Baugaroo, from 3s 4d to 3s 6d. 207 wethers for Mr. P. Owen at 3s llci to 4s And through Sydney agents, 200 wethers for Mr. J. B. Lane, at 5s 6d. Store Cattle.— Market dull for local lots. Wo Bold 6 heifers for Mr. H. Horton to 25s ; 11 steerB and heifers for Mr. Beatty at 13s ; 7 steers for Mr. J. Hawkins at 14s. Orauge, May 14ih, 1894.

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LOCAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 19 May 1894

LOCAL COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Thb following are the wholesaler-quotations £ a d £ b d. Eggs, per do/en ... ... 0 0 9 0 1 0 Fresh Butter, per lb.... / ... 0 0 5 0 0 8 Cheese, per lb.. ... / ... 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb. ? ... . 0 0 V 6 0 0 9 Honey, per lb.. ... 0 0' 3 0 0 4 New Potatoes, per cwt ... 0 2 6 0 3 0 Wheat, per bushel ...j ... 0 2 6 0 0 0 Maize, per bushel ...- ? ... 0 0 0 0 2 0 New Maize, pe bushel! \ ,., 0 0 0 0 1 6 Oats, per bushel, feed ... 0. 2 0 0 2 0 Chaff, per ton... ... ; ... 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ... ... v., 2 0 0 3 0 0 Pollard, per ton ... „ ... 3 10 0 3 10 0 Bran, per ton..-. ... . ... 3 0 0 3 10 0

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