- Australian and NZ a small hessian bag occasionally still used, esp in rural areas, as a rough-and-ready measure for dry goods
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Examples from the Web for sugar bag
That's the tea-bag, and that's the sugar-bag, and that's the flour-bag.
In his hand he had a pipe five feet long, but on his head he had a sugar-bag.Missing Friends
Mitchell's mate sighed, and shifted the sugar-bag over towards Mitchell.On the Track
The p. 300nest, or “sugar-bag,” as the bushmen call it, is generally made in a hollow tree.Some Heroes of Travel
W. H. Davenport Adams
Each man feels for the mouth of his sugar-bag with one hand while he keeps the bearings of his pot with the other.