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New Fodder Plant. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

.New Fodder Plant. Mr. Thomas Egan is cultivating a new fodder plant at Mount Hfirris, says the Warren Herald, being neither moie ^or less than h«y grown from the common canai^ seed. The new crop covers about- an acre of ground, and should go about 1\ tons. The hay is sweet, fragrant, and nourishing, and stock greedily feed on it.

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A Wild Hog. THE TANTANOOLA "TIGER." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

A Wild Hog. ?' THE TANTANOOLA 'TIGER.' Thb people at Tantanoola (Vic) having been for a long time terrorised by a wild animal known as the Tantanoola tiger were rejoiced when they heard tecently of the killing of the animal. It turned out to be a wild pig, Mr. K. Mathieson, of Mayura Station, who killed the animal, says that the prenence of UUC fl& Mono UUG1J. l.'JIM LUL IUO inQL 1.1 JTGtlLB UU the estate near Tantanoola. The pig is said to have been killing over 200 sheep a year on this estate, beside devastating the flocks' of other squatters. Mr. George Glen had a standing offer of £5 for his scalp for the last 10 years. Many bullets hud been fired at him unsuccessfully. His custom was to hide in the dense ti-tree scrub in the duy time and come out amongst the sheep at night. ' 1 otten tneu to poison him, says Mr. Mathiedon, 'by putting strychnine on the sheep that he had killed, but it had no effect. I got him at last by mixing a thin paste of flour, sugar and phosphorus...

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Seedless Loquats. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

Seedless Loquats. w — . Mb. John Patterson, of Calrossy Gardens, Tamworth, has forwarded to the Sydney Mail for inspection a sample of loquats which may fairly be classed as seedless. He writes : — ' Loquats as usually grown are objectionable, on account of their being nearly all seeds, with only a thin coating o* flesh, and I thought it possible to reverse the order of things with them. This season and the past season I experimented on two trees (about 14 years old), and on both- occasions the fruit has been the same as sample now sent to you. In all previous years the fruit was simply skin and stones. The fruit forwarded is of the usual size, about 1^ in. . in length and breadth. Instead of the usual large seed there is a firm pulp, in the centre of which there are two pips about £m. in length and breadth,. and l-16in. in thickness. The flavour of the fruit is good. Mr. Pat terson does not inform us how. he has pro duced this result. It is said that the removal of the stamens from...

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Electoral Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

Electoral Regulations. A Gazette has been issued containing a number of amended regulations under the new Electoral Act. Th-SH show among other things that the limn f--r the collection of the division lists lias been rxt^nded to November 23. Each registrar shall, ? upon the receipt of tlio General list for the district, sign and trmismit the list tor each division' to. the cleik of the revision court on or before De ce'ii'ier 7, 1893, hii-J the revision of every such list shall cake p,l ?--!*, and be completed before December 22, 1893. All claims and notices of objection under Kection 29 of the act shall be transmit'ed by registered letter to the clerk of the revision court not later than December 15, 1893. Such clerks shall cause public notices of such claims and objec tions to be exhibited for a period of Cve days before the day appointed for the sitting of the revision court, when such claims and objections are to be heard, at the post office nearest the residence of the person o...

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Local Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

Local Commercial Intelligence. The following are the wholesale quotations:—* £ a d £ ? d Fowls, per pair ? 0 2 0 to 0 2 6 Turkeys, per pair .:. ... 0 3 6 0 6 0 Geeso, per pair.. ... ... 0 2 0 0 2 6 Ducks, per pair. ... ... 0 3 0 0 2 6 Eggs, per dozen ... ...005007 Fresh Butter, per lb... .,.0 0 5 Q 0 7 Cheese, per 1b... ... v. 0 0 4 0 0 6 Bacon, per lb... ... ... 0 0 9 0 0 10 Honey, per lb... ... ... 00 3 0 0 0 Potatoes, per ton .... . ... 5 0 0 5 10 0 Wheat, per bushel ...... 0 3 0 0 3 3 Maize, per buskel, ... ... 0 2 10 0 8 0 Oats, per bushel,, feed. ... 0 3 0 0 3 3 Chaff, per ton... ... ... 3 0 0 0 0 0 Hay, per ton ... ... ..; 2 0 0 0 0 0 Pollard, per ton ... ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Bran, per ton ? ... 3 0 0 8 10 0

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Molong District Surveyors. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

Molong District Surveyors. ? ? a ? — In the Assembly last Thursday, Dr. Ross asked- the Secretary for Lands, — (1.) The number of surveyors that are at present en gaged in surveying land in the Molong dis ti ict ? (2.) In what parish or parishes is such land being surveyed ; for what purpose; and the area of same 1 Mr. Copeland answered, — A return will be prepared, giving the information sought by the hon. member, if moved for in the uaual manner, ? ' ' ''*':*?- ArjilpiA'r^oJd lady lately refused to let her ' , niece^itn^Mfeb^a young graduate because \8be Keard^HHMj^was a bachelor of arts, whereby she TnBHBfeod him to be an artful bachelor, '^^^^^??:

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Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

palend,ar For Next Week. SUN. ' -MOON. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. a.m. , p.m. a.m. a.m. Sunday 4 63 6 36 7 11 10 1 Monday 4 52 6 37 8 1 10 48 Tuesday 4 52 6 38 8 66 11 31 Wednesday 4 51 6 39 9 54 p.m. Thursday 4 51 6 40 10 53 U 8 Friday 4 50 6 41 11 63 0 42 Saturday |4 49 6 42 p.m. 1 11 Moon's Phase. First quarter of moou, 17th November, at 3.49 a.m.

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A Child Phenomenon. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

A Guild Phenomenon. Amid the wonders of the Chicago show, not the least is a little visitor of 13 who started life deaf, dumb, and blind, and is now said to be as well educated as any child of her age. The good Phillips Brooks, the late Bishop of Massachusetts, took a great in terest in the development of her faculties, to assist which the sense' of touch had to be educated to do the work of the senses she was deprived of. A bust of him being brought to her after his death, she swiftly passeu her hands over it and discovered a hitherto unobserved defect; '' That is not true to life,' she said (for she has been ' taught to articulate with some distinct ness') — ' one side of the face is larger than the other.' She never forgets a face her fingers have once passed over, and- 'she can rapidly read the words uttered by another by simply placing her fingers upon the speaker's lips.' If all this is correct^ remarks the St. James's Gazette), littlo Helen Kellar is one of the most wonderful...

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J. S. LEEDS AND Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

J. S.: Lbbds anjd Co. Fat Cattle.— 76 yarded: Market showed an imprpyemeat in light weights,: heavy cattle were dull of sale, and prices lower. Best quality made. 12j to 13s per lOOlbs. We sold— 25 heifers for Messrs. lUwlina and Co., at £2 12s ; 25 steers for same, owners at £3 4s ; 10 steere for Mr. R. Rawlins at £2 12s 6d ; 3 cows for Mr. O'Neill, Cargo, at £2 8*. Fat Sheep. ^-Markte firmer for prime. We sold 88 shorn wethers for Mr. W. F- Stephenson, Mary vale, at 4s 3d.; 18 owes at 3s IOd. Store Sheep.— Market firmer for woolly sheep. We sold— 500 mixed sheep fur Mr. Moclair at from 2s 6d to 3a. ?store Cattle. — IN one yarded. Horse*. — Market dull. Wo sold 15 head for Meaari. McCuthoa, Devery, Fatiey, Ford, Bowen, and others. Prices ranged frou J23 to £7 os. Land. — We aold privately in conjunction with G. EL Taylor, for the Hon. t. Daltou, Lota 1, 2, 3, Sec, 1, Buniniong Estate, Dubbo, at £10 per acre, also Lot 3, Sec. 90, at £25 per acre. Orange, Nov. 6, 1893.

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ORANGE STOCK REPORT. A. COULSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

ORANGE STOCK REPORT. ? A. Oouisok. Fat Cattle. About 70 yarded, being above present requirements, although prioea ruled firmer than previous sales. Best beef worth from lls per lOOlbs. Fat Sheep.— Market still holding firm. Isold for Mr. Jas. Daltuu, a small draft of wethers at 6s 9d. Store Cattle.— Market quie^ for everything but youug local cattle, which met with a ready aale. I sold for Mr. S. Thoruberry, 2 oowa and calves at £2 1 5a and £2 2» ; for Mr. T. Casey, 6 head (small) at lls. Store Sheep. — I yarded for. Mr. John Lyster, 1019 and quitted them as follows ; 467 hoggets at 3s lOd, 552 ewes at 4a. Horsea.— The attendance good and market brisk for all clashes. I sold for Vftrioua owners 16 head from £2 2s to £9 10s for saddle haokg, and 1. thoroughbred for Mr. R. Stiuaou at £25. Orange, 6th November, 1893.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

The Mutual Life Insurance Company o' New York is, as statistical returns prove, the largeBt institution of the kind in the world* To mnrk the completion of its first half century's business it h-»a introduced new und desirable forms of life and investment policies, which are being extensively issued. As will be s«en by advertisement iu another column, i Inn 0'Hnpany is prepared tp appoint a first class local agent for Molong and surrounding district ;„ and .applications for the position can be forwarded tq Z. 6. Rennie, . General Managerj 131 Pitt-street, Sydney.* . . The Mudgee Dairy Company during1 the month of October received and treated 88,573 gallons- of mil t, and increase of: one third upon last month's supply.

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THE BROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 11 November 1893

THRBROKEN HILL PRODUCE MARKET. A. A. Bricb akd Co., report on 4th prox., 1893 : — Supplies of South Australia butter are falling off and larger quantities of Sydney are being r-ld. The demand for good sorts is very brisk. The weather is warming up, but the cool cars from Adelaide lands the butter in good condition. E?gs continue cheap and plentiful. Bacon is still unaltered in value, but a rise is probable, and certainly must come about very shortly. Cheese is in very good demand for all new makes. Potatoes are scarce. The follow ing are to-day's values. Butter, prime factory and creamery, 10£d to lid a lb. ; eggs, 5£d to ' 5id. a 'dozen ; bacon,' 7d to 7^d a lb; cheese, 4|d to 5£d a lb ; potatoes, £13 a ton; flour (best), £9 15s ; second quality, £8 15s a ton ; bran, lid tj Is * bushel ; oranges, 22a a double oase; b*nanas, £1 a double case ; lemons, 24a a double oase.

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 18 November 1893

Parliamentary. ? ♦ ? —.:?.?: .. '.: The following questions were asked in the Assembly last week : — Mr. Stevenson (for Dr. Ross) asked the Minister of Public In Btruction,— (1;) Is it a fact that a person; was sent in the beginning of last week to take charge of the school at Brldye water, near Mo long ; did he refuse to take charge of the school, arid for what reason 1 (2.) Is he aware that the school is now closed tor the want of a leacner i ^o.) i\.re teacners ailowea any travelling expenses when going! to takw/chitrge of any school ; if so, how much, and wet e any expenses allowed in this caRe. . Mr. Kidd answered, — (1.) Yes, the teacher appointed was not satisfied, with the accom modation offered, and is waiting further instructions. (2.) Yes; but a teacher has been instructed to take charge at once, r (3.) Except in the case of applicants forreuuival, and of teachers who obtain sulistautial promotion by removal reasonable ullowHiiices, on account of personal expenses are gra...

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DRILL IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 18 November 1893

DRILL IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Mr. Stevenson (for Dr. Ross) asked ;the -Minister. of Public Instruction. — (1.) Is he aware that children' attending public -.school** are very liable to have sundtroke and aicknesH brought on by having to drill in the open playground during the extreme heat of sum mer ? (3.) Will he see that steps are. taken to, haver drill in all public schools suspended during the hot and dangerous months of sum mer,to avoid, if possible, deaths occuring from sunstroke and sickness from exposure to the extreme heat of summer 1 (3.) Will he take steps to have all children who have to walk several miles to school daily when the ther mometer ranges from 80 to 110 degrees exempted from drill 1 Mr. Kidd answered,— (1.) No ; I am not aware of cases' of sunstroke or sickness as the result of the conditions stated. (2 ) The teachers in public schools u re required to exercise their discretion in the use of the playgrounds, and in the circu instances -there does not appear to be ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 18 November 1893

.CHURCH SERVICES; . AppisNi-KD are die church appointments, in con* nection with tlio lucni Wealuyau Church, for to morrow Mid the following Sunday : — ? November 19.. ?/ Mu.oug, 11 a.m.— Ruv. D A. Gilseuan Molong, 7 p.m. — Rev. D. A. Gilcenair/1 r Garni, 3 p.m.— Mr. W. Shield Hed Hill, 3 p.m. — Mr. G. Anderson Cuinuook, 3 p. in.— Rev. D. A. Gilsenan Burragau, 3 p.m.— Mr. E. Baker Oar^o, -7 p.m. — Mr. E. Baker Lockwood, 11 a.m.— Mr. E. Baker ' ' 2o'th November. ? . .. Molong, 11 a.m.— Mr. E. Baker. ? '\ MoIdub, 7-30 p. m — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. Gan a, 3 p. in. — Rev. D. A. Gilsenan. - Merauburn, 3 p.m. — Mr. Walter Baker. Cudal, 11 a.m. — Rev.. D. A. Gilsenan. Oudal, 7.30 p.m.— Mr. Walter Baker. Red Hill, 11 a.m.— Mr. Wai tor Baker. ? ' l Shades, 3 p.iii.^— Mr. Jas. Packham. , Barragan, 3 p.m. — Cargo Mission Band. , ?,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 18 November 1893

? ? ' ! .i ? ' ..'..{?.ij'l'l:'.) CLYDE WORKS, GRANV1LIE. Agents : John Black & Son, Oolong j:^^-!^ papm om?T r 17BQ ??? ^^- ?' ? «lw^ ? ? ? ? ? ^^^^^^^^^^^^: : ; PRAPI/FRQ ' fifl*53 ?'?? -^^^^^^^^^ '?- ^ t0— U PUrP09e3' _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fe' ;;;; INSPECTION'. ?jggre-— ? ? ~ ? r i. ? Tit. i .— rr.--ir.-.-»-n-i-.-..--iH r , M.-~»SBiS£ii«m^,f.w*».^-^-.*t;^T®-.,1 ^ ? April, 1893. — ' Chaff-cutter aud riorse-gear are Al.' ? ^ May, 1893. — ' Greatly pleased with Cutter and Horse-gear. Best I Iiuve ever seen. Work splendidly.' : ,, ; ! ',;, May, 1893. — 'The Cutter is the best Machine I evet put a sheaf of lmy through.' . ? . .....* ?? .?',; r ; ;:. .:,; a ?-:?-.,£* June, 1893.r— ' I have much pleasure in announcing that tlie K2 Cutter. gives m« every satisfaction.' 4H-' ^'i''''1 July, 1893. — 'The K3 Cutter is coming iiuo great favor here.' ' ,? \ ,'.-?-,, ,-:i,V ^ it July, 1893.— 'Your Horse-works purchased 12 months ago are the best I have ever used.' ' ' -' ,-' ?;? ?-?.?.?. i ,! ...

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What are Profits? [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 18 November 1893

What are Profits ? . . [ To the Editor, : Sjir.-r-in recent discussions in connection with the rutes of wages, there rhas.baen much uncertainty respecting what : constitutes profit: on the employment 6f capi tal, a result, in some measure,, of a confusion of ideas,' arising from the ' 'Ippseriass and ambiguity with which the term is sometimes employed., Profits are the net .proceeds after all necessary expenses of production have been deducted. These expenses include wages' paid for ordinary and skilled labour- of 'all ? grades / salaries paid for oversight' and; management, including ell superintendance .and administration, mechanical and finan cial; interest on capital invested, insurance against fire and other risks, rates,' taxes, etc. A common error is to assume that the differ-, ence between the selling force . at, an , article 'and the cost of the raw material and labour employed in itf- production represents the piofit of the employer ; whereas, after der diicting rent, expe...

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LAND NOTES. CONDITIONAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 18 November 1893

LAND NOTES, CONDITIONAL LEASES. Rent a on the following conditional leases have been determined at the respective rates . pervacre mentioned : — William David Gibson, jun., Peak Hill, Mplong, county Gordon, parish Ganoo, 960 acres ; 6d. Representatives of the late Thomas MacCulloch, care of H. O.'MacCulloch, 121, Pitt-street, Sydney, county Gordon, parish Ganoo, 170J acres ; 4£d. George Day and b'rederick Charles Cox, Lewisham, near Sydney, (transferred from William Raphael and William Anderson, 30th August, 1893), care of W. Anderson, Curra Creek, via Wellington, county Gordon, parish Catombal, 428£ acres ; 5.1. Samuel Taylor, Ganoo, neur Wellington, county Gordon, parish Redbank, 366J acres ; 3|d. Harrington Crichton MacCulloch, 121, Pitt-street^ Sydney, county Gordon, parish Obley, 480' acres; 3d. Michael Vaughan, sen., Obley, county Gordon, parish Strathorn, 960 acres; 3|d. Joseph. Woods, Ohloy, county Gordon, parish Strathorn, 560 acres ; 2^d. John Black, Molong, transferred fr...

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Another Wasted Session. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 18 November 1893

Another Wasted Session. : To the Editor : Sir, — If anything were necessary to emphasize the importance of eonstitnences exercising care in the choice of their Parliamentary representatives, it is afforded in the present state of'thn public business in the Legislative Asseir-bly. Although there exists not the shadow of an excuse for wasting the time of a session in which it was generally agreed that the work should be principally of an administrative character, we are having repeated all the old obstructive tatics which have done ho much !to hinder the progress of practical legis lation and injure th» cause of responsible government. One cause of this is the low standard of capacity found existing in the Legislative Assembly. Men have found -'admittance to the legislative chamber, not by reason of their possessing the necessary mental and other qualifications for the work of government, but simply because their views on certain questions harmonised with those entertained by the elec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 18 November 1893

IN THE The Office that holds the Australian Record for 23 years work. Funds in Hand to meet Claims 'over ... £1,300,000 Claims paid in 23 years... ... ... 600,000 Reversionary Bonuses allotted in '23 years ... 710,000 Annual Income over ... ... ... 300,000 Leaflets, Pamphlets, and full information may be -obtained on. written or personal application to A. G. BLACKADDER, Molong, Local Agent. OFMCES : 85 Pitt- street, Sydney. H. C. EVANS, Resident Secretary, ^^^** h ii?iTiiiii i i'|iff*^ REGISTERED* ^^fe^-^^ *''J^e^^ SPECTACLES. Before huyina; Spectacles call an 1 inve the Kye thorou-jli.y tested EYe', and see the famous' Specialise Spectacle*, guaranteed one yem. Pebble Spectacles, 3s 6d, and Specs from 5s. a pair. Repairs to; Spectacles a Speciality ; New Glasses fitted from Is. each, New Frames from Is. 6d. SMOKED SPECTACLES AND GOGGLES ALWAYS IN STOCK. ^ PATENf^EDJCtNES. — The Cheapest House in Town, call and compare Prices. ? ? ? o ? Prescriptions accurately dispensed at Sydney P...

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