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SOMETHING LIKE A PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

SOMETHING LIKE A PRICE. Here's the kind of a paragrrph that nlln a gnizier with a sweet, religious peace and a glorified feeling of great content : — Mr. Hu»h Andeison, of Windara, tius just ie coived his account sales for 137 lamlis conHigned for sale in London. The lumbs were frozen at Newport, and shipped by the Hornby Grange. Mr. Anderson finds that after the payment of all charges for mil freight from Boort to Melbourne, freezing, freight by the ship, commission, (fee, he has netted 13s 2d per head. The lai:il-s were cngdired, averaging, after being d reused, and fiozen, 38lba each.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pastures and Stock Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Pastures »»d Sfcoek Protection Board, ? «. ? At a meeting of the Molong Pastures and Stock Protection Board, held the other day, Mr. H. S. M. Betts, J.P., was elected chair man and treasurer for tlici ensuing twelve months, and Messrs. C. Legh and J. R, Peteiaen were re-appointed auditors. A large amount of correspondence was received, but there was nothing of any importance niuongst it. It was unanimously agreed that the rate 'of asse.mrient for the present year be fixed at 25s per hundred on lart»« stock and 4s 2d per hundred on sheep. The scale of prices to be paid as bonuses for scalps during 1894 were decided as follows : — Kangaroo, wallaby, padda-melon, kangaroo rat, and hares, 3d; native dogs, over three months old, 20s ; native dogs,- under three months, 10s. These bonuses will be paid on and after the 1st June next. Mr. T. H. M'Nigol, of Nanami, near Eugowra, was appoi&ted a receiver of scalps. Mr. George Bruce,, Loom bah, was appointed to represent the Board at th...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A SMALL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

A SMALL FAU.M. H. W. Andrew gives the following -.plan fur utilizing a forty-acre fnrin to the best I advantage: — The question is often naked: I Can a living lie made from the start on a ?forty-ncve colony lot; and it is a very im portant one, for although there are those that can put out forty-acreH and wait until ii comes into bearing, still they are few, while hhnsfl that need an income from the firflt are many, and it ia for th«m we would yi-e our ideas on starting. I think mistakes have been made by planting too much of the land with trees and vines. Fn my opinion not more than twenty acres should be fruit out of the foity. Of the other twenty I should put 8a- ten acres in alfalfa. On thiH I would keep my hoiMes and say six good cows, turkeys', chickens, etc. / would have seven or eight iicteB for grain, such as barley, Egyp tian corn, etc. This would l-e ample for hoises, hogs and poultry. Fiom the cows I would make butter when tl'e weather was not too hot, and when that was ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Loombah Sheep to the Fore. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Loombah Sheep to the Fore. We were exceedimjly pleaaetl to find, on re ceipt of a telegram on Thuisday morning, thafc Mr. Geor«e Biuoh's exhibits at the Bourke Show were well to the front. Four firsts), one shcoiuI, and the grund champion for a ewe are the total of the awards seo tired by. the squire of Lcomhah, whom we con gratulate upon the aucceaa his valuable sheep have achieved.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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A SINGULAR THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

A SINGULAR THEORY. A singular theory has been put forward by an American newspaper. Nothing less than that the consumption of wheat per head of the world's population has diminished and is diminishing. In the opinion of your contem porary maize is to a certain extent supplant ing wheat. Ten years ayo there were but three oi^foujr ways of preparing maize meal for the table, wheieas at the Chicago Ex hibition an expert showed how a hundred wholesome and tasty dishes could be made from Indian corn. Twenty yearn ago the only people who ate o»'s weie t'-e Sc-tch, whereas now oatmeal cakes form portion of the ftiod of laige. uumlerR of people in Europe and the United Slates. In like manner 20 years ago th« Germans weie the only consume™ of rye, whereas to-day 'schwartziired,' is an accepted urtide of food all over Europe. But, on the «ther' hand, in countiien where rye was once the universal grain, wheat is being su'-struterl. Still, the bi-ihiiicp is in the direction of maize, oats, and ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

—THE— ANU WESTERN DISTRICTS ADVEUTLSER. - SATURDAY, WAV 26, 1894.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Our praise bursts forth louder, yet louder, The more wu know Waugh's Baking Powder Cojisuhebs op Wax 'Vestas must be careful to see hat they get Bryant and May's only, which ara the very best in quality and twenty per cent, more in quantity than the foreign-made wax vestas Bryant and May's Plaid Wax Vestas are made only in London, and have been awarded 19 Peizb Mbdai^ for excellence of quality. Every box of Bryant and May's Wax VeBtas bears their name, on . a White ribbon, inside the welLknown red; black and blue star trade mark. Ask for Bryant and May's Wax Vestag, and do not be deceived by the inferior article.* ' ( . J. G. DONALDSON r\ESIIlBS to thank his friends and the people of Molong and District for the very generous support! *-J accoried him since lie commenced business in Molong. Encouraged by their support he wiljl endeavour by strict attention to business and fair dealing to merit still more of their confidence anfl patronage. Ever anxious to give his customers the very ...

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A Novel Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

A Novel Notice ... . ^ A somewhat candid tradesman in Woolloo tnooloo confesses to having been the victim of several petty thefts, and with a view of securing himself against any further attacks on his goods has had posted up iu his window the following novel notice : ' To the thieves of Woolloo mooloo. Since I have been in this shop I have had stolen from me six children's night-dresses, a lady's whip, one tenuon hand saw, one ham mer, one knife, two sets of studs, three Waver ley novels, one No. 2 -punch — this was offered to me for Bale after being stolen from me — one axe, a number of pieces of leather, and a variety of small tools. Please give me a rest now and try someone else. Whoever took the novels, please leave them at ' Scotts' for me. They won't do- you much good—only turn your brain to read them.'

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Mining at Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Mining afc Canowindra. Our correspondent writes: — All work in ?connection with the different mine* in this district is proyrcssiin' steadily. The prin cipal mines at Belmore, including the Blue Jai-knt, huve been amnlijauiated and floated in England for £150,000. The company whb re»i*iered on tli*- 10th itiHiant, and its reprwseutativp., Mr. W. S, Coulter, is now here taking over the mine. At Boney's Uncles the machinery for winding and crush ing in connection with the lady Burdett Ooutts mine is almost completed. Oruslting ?will piohably 'a proceeded with early next week. Splendid atone is now lieing raised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

LOOK OUT FOR THE SHOP ACROSS THE STREET (Next to the Commercial Bank). \ »♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»» *' ?» JOHN N E I L S O N , jWhilsfc cordially thanking the residents of Molong and its Surrounding Districts for the liberal patronage they have extended to him during the years he' has been in business, begs to inform them that he has REMOVED the Glasgow Stores to more commodious premises, next the Cornmer . '? sial Bank, and trusts that by strict attention to the requirements of patrons to merit a still further share of support in the future. ? THE GLASGOW STORES. The carrying on of business -in the new premises, enables him to offer many advantages and conveniences to the public- who are invited to walk across the street and look at the display. The BEST OF EVERYTHING is obtainable at the LOWEST PRICE, and people are requested to do their business with him. In many instances the prices of the Latest Fashion Goods are even lower than those quoted far the old Goods, get ...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

BAPTIST CHURCH. Rkv. J Basis Mayo, Pastor. First Sunday ba.ou Month.— Garra, 3 p.m., Mr. W. Hylaud; 7-30 p.m., Pastor. Gregra, 3 p.m., Mr. W. jjd wards. Mai'iiklra Jiall, XL a.m., JPa3tor. ; Second Sunday. ---Garra, 3 p.m., .Pastor; 7.30 -p.m., Mr. A. SValdock. Greg'raj 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Manildra, Jl a.m., Pastor. Thibd Sonday.-— Garra, 3 and 7.30 p.m., Mr. D. Ball. Gregra, 3 p.») , Pastor. Matiilr. dra, 7- 30 p.m., Pastor. , FouitTH Sunday. —Garni, 3 p,.tn., Pastor; 7.30 p.m., Mr.. W. Pocknall. Greyra, 7.30 p.m., Mr. G. W. Griffith. Mauildra, X] a.m., Pastor. ... . ? '?-,»? ,„ Fiptu Sunday— Garm, 3 p.m., Mr, W. Stra'oohen ; 7.30 p.m , Pastor ; Gregra, 3 p.m., Paatior. Mauildra, XI a.m., Pastor. ' Morning services at Muiildra .Hall ;- other servicei at Miitiildra House. '

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ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAX, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

ANGLICAN CHURCH .SERVICES, ?Sundajc, May 27. Sfc John's, Molong, IX -i m —Licensed Lay - Reader. ' St John's, Moling, 7 pm ; St. David s, Yullundiy, 11 a.m ; St. Matthew's, Cumnock, g p U), — Rt»v. J. Alldia

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

A I./ 11 J. iV HiL IM1 ..J-sj I'll til's hTONL, , Aloh^ny u is !ihe Joiuunnci of chemistiy, ita chief objeuis l-unc' the tlwunery of the philoaQ phoi j-stoiii^HttluLiCwcts 3llPlJ0!-ull to ; turn base metah into, gold Ilia p.h}TqoQt.-liGi's s.tone I14S not been diicoveie^, but. the, IjVW^ of chpniistiy diul di&tillcitiouJuive^pHid'loed^H this uuinttydti £Jlixir of Life \\hich»pion)iscs health anil long life to a,U who Uie n^vitli discietion Wolfe's, fcschnapps is the combined tesult qf patient reseaioh and techni cal knpuie.ffge, it is 4 boon, alike to men, women and diilihen It i& nectbsary ho\ve\ei pq be aware of mutiiuonb, ^nd bettei lo buy whole bottles, Ttliiclf'sometunes conceal gold in the shape of £1 pideis placed maide the laigelb, . SANDEXt AND SON'S liUUALYPTl EX* TR'AC'f. — bnder thedistinguished pattonase of Hia Majesty the Kiiis- of Italy, as per com munication made by the Minister for Foreign AtEiiirs, through the Consul-General of Italy at Melbourne,; ...

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WEIGHT OF CARCASS FOR EXPORT MUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

WEIGHT PFii-J!AiRpASSlF:OR EXPORT Those who notice whui. js (;oini; on, in the meat export trade can see a t?»6«iiig change in the' British' iu-- fleet cmicerniii' Aiii«'.ialian mutton. Tl-e ti him it not so! loou since nn eh t^rma as '* i 'abb.it' meat' were applied to the circasses sent over, weighinsj fr.im 50 to 55 lbs. — -that, is about a fair average merino wether mutton.'. Now it will lie neeii that carcasses fiom 55 to 65P'8. 'wre in fuvnur and have suffeiud lens during recent fluctuations in price than ever the favourite slmep of England -ind Scotland. The lighter muttons are whining their way into the favour of the British consumer, as against ' the heavier tallowy cai cases they have been so long used % to. The educated taste of the wealthy classes ' has always been for the smaller Highland .and Welsh mutton, which seldom reaches 50U'3. and as the discriminating taste extendu , the merino and half-bred merino is aafe to yield the choice carcwsB of the future. The trade is...

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PIGS AT BODALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

PIGS AT BOD ALL A. Last year there were 4670 pi-{H killed and cmed hi the Bodalla Fitriu, South C^ast, and about 225 totiH of bacon weie sent up to tin* store, in Sydney. The pigs run on good grass, and ate fed upon the wliev fiom thu factories. When teiny toppe-l U|» for the butcher, tliey get plenty of' 'ni«izi', of wliidi aliout 400 acres me gruwn mmmtlly, litisMes, a good area of carrots, mangolds, kule, buck wheat, soigliiitn, and other feed. The pi«» are raised to weights of adorn 1401b or 1701b. It takes about H«ven bushels of maize to bring them up to the HUnclai'd. Froni first to last, the bacon coHtH 2£-1. per lb io pro duce. The bacon factory in at the Home Farm, but the piga aie fed and fattened at 'Oodnie'rang 'and the other cheese and butter factories. The bacon factory at Home Farm is u-ed solely for killing and curing piss that are raised and fattened at the other farms or divisions of the eRt'ate. The animals »re driven quietly to the factory, starved for ?twelve ho...

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FARMER & GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

FARJVIER & GRAZIER. [Under this heading we shall bo glad to publish contributions having referenco to ngricultunil and pastoral matters. Farmers and gruziara in tlie Mo long district are, therefore, requested to forward any items of interest in connection with fclnir re l spective industries to tlio Editor of the ExriiBSS.]

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A Tongue Twister. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

, . , ? - A Tongue Twister. . , ? , ;? . - .. *\} .??... ? ? ?? Me. J. G. Donaldson Intends to.. promote a a missing; word competition, and has shown us a copy of the 86titancefr|tobe &ummitted. Here they are :—'? In promulgating esoteric cogitations or articulating superficial sentimentalities and philosophical or payoholoaical observations, 1 beware of platitudinous ponderosity. Let your statements possess a clarified conciseness, com pacted comprehuiHJhleness, coalesc.'Mt consis tency and a concentrated cogency. Eschew all conglomerations of flatulent garrulity, jejune babblement, and assinine affectation. Let your ex'euiporaneous deacantin«sand unpremeditated expatiations have intelligibility and veracious vivacity, without rhodomoutade or thrasouicel bombast; sedulously avoid all polysyllabic pro fundity, psittucious vacuity, ventriloqnial ver bosity, and vandiloquent vapidity ; shun dodblb BNTBBNDHBS, prurient jocosity, and pestiferous profanity, whether obscene or app...

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Jottings in My Note Book. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

Jottings in My Note Book. ? «. ? Now-a-days one hears a lot about Wragge and his predictions of wet weather. Whether he - glories in the rain, or whether it is that people do not notice his budget of news unless it fore tells rain, I cannot say, but all of them are full of wet weather. Our own astronomer — Russell ?^-is now trying to upset people's equilibrium. He tells us that some heavy storms will strike our coast— ^where he does not pretend to say about the eud of the present month — the exact date he also does not. tell us. They are coming, however, and consequently nervous people feel their hearts thumping against their waistcoat, and assume a gloomy countenance. Though the sky may be serene and bright they look at it with a weather-wise eye and tell some particular crony that Russell predicts heavy rain. He in turn tella his friend that flood rains are pre dicted for his particular locality — in fact, the whole of the colony — and ho the yarn runs round until eventually Russe...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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District Wants. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

District Wants. ? ^ Dr. Ross, M. P., ia in receipt of the. following official commuuicitions, which he has kindly handed us for publication ;?— Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 14th May, 1894. Sir,-r-With reference to your communication, dated the 2nd instant, aud previous corres poudenge on the subject of removing the Post Office at the Manildra Railway fetation to ita former site at Mr. Hanks', I am directed to intimate that a further report has been obtained in the matter, and as it appears therefrom that the latter is the most convenient position for the residents, and that a satisfactory arrangement for the porterage of the mails to and from the post office and the railway station, can be made atja considerably less cost than was anticipated, the Postmaster?General hat approved of the office being re-established at Mr. Hanks',— to date from the 1st proximo. — I have the honor to bo, -6c, S. H. LAMflfON, Deputy, Postmaster General. Postal an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 26 May 1894

ETOALYPTUSOIL A VAI/OABLE INTERN A£ EEHED'? For lihgumatism, Sciatica, Stiffness pf the Joints, Coughs, Colds, And all Affections where $ Stimulating and Soothing Application js required. This Eucalyptus is guaranteed equal to any in New South Wales. Sold wholesale cheaper than any flrn- jn Sydney. £3' A great Stock on hand. Wholesale, 8s per dozer* bottles .... : ? ?S^M^ADircS, CONSULT Mas. LOVE ON ALL FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Safe and Sure, 3s '3d per bottle. , 0. LOVE~& CO., 165, BROUGHAM STREET, WO 0 L LO O M O O IP Q. Caution. A NYONE foixnd HUNTING with DOGS or l\ SflOOTWG in the GQilBLE PADDOCKS will hp prosecuted. .. ? ? ? , W. J. 017RLB. For Sale, CPLKNBID FAKM, containing 360 ACRES, two O miles from Molong. Good Orchard Land. TejfiRB liberal. Apply S. B. BENNETT, Com. Agent Molong. . THE WONDER 0? fHE AGE. Curea Neuralgia, Hcadacho, Nervous Hea'aoho, Toothaohs ond all SerTe at-.d Shoumatio Painn. Many can tesftf-y as to the btnetlt of ' .11 iT » I,OU ' Jlr. R. CttOFTsayS...

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