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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
Religious memoranda, j ANGLICAN° CHURCH. Molong— 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month at 7-30 p.m. 2nd (hc) and' 4th Sun days at 11 and 7.30 ' t I Yullundry— 1st Sunday in each month at 11 a.m. Cumnock— 1st Sunday in each month at 3 p.m., and 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. (hc) Amaroo— 1st And 3rd Sundays at 3, also 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 Garra— 2nd and 4th Sundays each month at 3, and also in moonlight season at 7.30 Beri — 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 Euchareena third Sunday in each month at 11 Obley— 4th Sunday in January, March May, July, September and November at 10.30 Balderodgery— Same days as Obley at 3 J. Alldih. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow : First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sun4ay in each month, Molong Third Subday in each month, Cumnock Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Manildra During the summer months, namely from September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August, inclusive, Mass will c...
Rugging Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
Kiiifffliiif Cows. — o — , We have frequently in these columns drawn attention to the advantages of keeping milch cows warm, more especially during the cold winter months. In confirmation of this cou ' t^ntioo, we are advised that a promioent yictprian, dairy farmer has in fntir vAiiira tailed hip hunk account ? tf i ' from the wrojogf ide of the ledger to an exceedingly satisfactory state, re sulting from one cause alone, the rugging of cows. He proved that the cost of butter production without coders was lid per . pound, and with covers-was It has an axiom that -by vwi^tfr'.in the animal ecoiuomy is jproduced and jnaifltpin^ a| ihe, expense of .food proof like the above to drive the truth borne. ?; ;. , Last month there were 42 cases of sudden or violent deaths in Sydney. At Cob^bbolin and Peak Hill meet ings of pastoralists have beeniheld, at which resolutions pledging support to the P.0. agreement 'were passed. At Goulburn, Dubbo, Mgdgee and other districts, th? Stock Inspector ...
A Record. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
A Record. A kemarkable instance of fecundity in sheep is reported as having taken place on the farm of Mrs. J. A. Gamble, Linden, Carrum, lately. Tvpo comeback ewes have produced ten lambs in 11£ months, and all have lived and thrived, two of the lambs having been sold lately at 17s 6d per ,head. Another ewe on the same farm has produced eight lambs in two years.
Go and Get One. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
Go and Get One. If your are one who indulges in the fragrant weed, there is no better place you 'can go to than a real, live, up-to-date tobacconist — that is Donaldson^. If you want a pipe of remarkable value and a good one .tp boot, you had better go down ana ask to«ee the Havelock pipe at vis — largely stocked _ at Donaldson's. Ji you are fona or reading, you should hurry up and make a selection from the Wew stock of books ifby the best authors) now on view— at Dnnnl^onn'a T# -c. ,r ? ? : — ?'»* ,? ? ' ?' o vuo ui. the _gen tier sex you should see the , Pansy '' Series of Story Books, at 4frd eiib-a$ DpnaldMn s. And if ^pou want rifles s&r seeds, picture frames or shaving rbqui^tes, fancy glassware or choibe conf^ohriiv. newflppers or periodicala. br all tnafc goes to make ,ap fancy goods repository; you |hay. leisure y^u ^d it— it Donaldsoh^s; This read^keanadvertifiemen^butit'snbt Mr. Donaldsons adveHM^ent'occupieB its usual place on this page, and we would ask readers ...
Accident at Parkes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
? ? S - Accident at Parkes. On Saturday, evening Mr. W. Bees, accompanied by Mr. E. J. Grinsted and Mr. Preston, proceeded to the storage reservoir with a lorry and two horses containing cement. When re* turning about 9 o'clock/ the lorry col lided. with a stump. Mr. Grinsted was thrown out on to the ^shaft, sus taining a fractured nose, and Mr. Bees was thrown under the lorry and one ot his legs was fractured. Mr. Sreston was unhurt. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
||' for Presents, &c. :j§ Try one of my Kllf^lltiliedc '? '^i^MraSEWAM Lever Watches. M,,,8S for Bbe'°matisrf!- »s c'dl' Silver Lockets, 3s & 4? £-d Qold Lockets, ios 6d, ^ ' Eyes Tested, ^ SpectacleTrames Specta^eraom Is to 85s. . _ All Latest Designs in Brooches. KJ) V-4- |» Large Stock of Pi eit- CbarmS. ^Kf and Gold Grosses to choose from. GOLD LINKS, any Dress, Engagement, . Design from 12/6 pair Wedding k Keeper Rings Try one of ray renowned NICKllk ^ Wafccbes at 21s. -1 Lever Movement and non-magn«- 9 tic. Gases screw together. $ One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, 17« tl , _ IE. ~RT . A (~!-R- A TTD-R! IR,, JE!'W'EX,X.EIS, ipLOlira I RMIP Aurtv i — « NOW COMINQ FORWARD 1 A LARGE SHIPMENT OF | New Summer Drapery! 1 * ? s INDENTED DIRECT FROM GLASGOW. f Watch for Future Amwwncements. J ? 0 ? ? ,Jl 1 Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies, &c. ^ . (THE FARMERS' ^U&ND) ^ 1 CUMNOCK STORES, CUMNOCK. | j . ; Send y...
John Wesley's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
I John Wesley's Birthday. — o — Next year 80,000,000 Methodists throughout the world will be keeping the 200th birthday of Jobn Wesley. It is a striking fact to reflect upon that the clergyman's son, born at Epworth on this day in 1703, founded a brotherhood which is to-day as big in numbers as the whole of England and Wales. Nowhere else nerhans can we point to such a mighty organisation, and say of it that it is ohe man's work. John Wesley, in , the truest. ^ense, was one of tbe world's worked, and bis noblest epitaph is not | -that he-foundfed achuijch or that he died without a shilling, but that be wore himself out. For half a century be rose every morning at 4 o'clock,, and his 5 o'clock sermon he used to call ' the healthiest exercise in tbe world/' In the days when travelling was neither rapid or easy John Wesley travelled 4000 or 5000 miles a year to preach to the biggest congregations in England. He never lost a night's sleep in his life ; not even his unhappy home life rob...
Mr. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
[?] 1 'a^rarlife ^erfirfm^or . and a ffiH eomplemehirjoi ?He w^i in the next train 3Sew^ ZeaJanderswhen-tbey MltMml^el a goodbiuet^a^thefollowitig^llto May ^th. ;1902.—Ho. mohwealtb Contingent, Sierksdorp.1— Sir, * — In ' reply ito your letter of tbe SSth in stant, respecting employment on theBe rial ways,'! have to state that if you report yourself at this with your discharge, I h^ pjpepared^ to . appoinjb you as clerk at i salary pf not less thaii il44 per anbumt plus aUow&ncea aa follows:— If stationed at. JobannesbnrgrElandsfontein or Pretoria, 50 per' cent ; at Waterval Onder, 75 per cent. ; East of Waterval Onder, JOO per Cent. ; at all other stationB tit ihe Trtflsv^d, M pti tMdyjT^ l&^rHBRS, ABsiBtant' Ti^ffic Manager.' Qribson has been allowed lime to refuse the offer, but; it is probable he wffl,' jreitira, to Sbuth; Africa and take the pemifcibh offered.'
Record High Jump. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
, Reteord Jump. ~o— In the bigb jump competition at tbe Singleton Shofr, last week, a . great xecojd for Australia was put up. by the grey gelding Battler, owned by Mr. B. B. Pritchard, ofGundab, who negoti ated the t-ar at 6ft lO^in. Battler bailed at tke first and second attempts, but at tbe third time of asking took off splendidly, .and with a grand effort rose well over, and dropped eafely on tbe other side, merely brushing the top of the pole. A great cheer rose from all portions ,o$ the ring, whioh was thickly outlined by spectators. Hats were throwii into the air, and intense excitement prevailed,' Rattler was ridden by Alf. Warden, who, with the sOwner,came in for much congratu lation. Tbe performance if a record for Ahstraliaj the previous best being by Spondulix, who is credited with' having topped 6ft dfin.
Mercadool Holding. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
Mercadool Holding. Dr. Ross asked the Secretary for Lands : — 1. In view of the general rains tbat have lately fallen all over j the State of New South Wales, will j he see tbat immediate steps are now taken to have the land on the Merca- j dool run thrown open for settlement ? 2. Will be also see tbat immediate steps are taken to have the 640-acre block or blocks adjoining the artesian ; bore at Walgett made available for settlement, so tbat purchasers of tbe same may be able to set to work to get tbe land prepared for a lucerne crop and to utilise the water from the artesian bore for irrigation purposes ? Mr. Crick answered: — 1. I am giving attention to the matter. 2. Action is being taken to revoke the area from tbe permanent common, after .which tbe land will be placed under tbe control of the Public Works Department. Dr. Ross to ask tbe Minister for Public Instruction, — 1. When are steps likely to be taken, and tenders called, for enlarging the Public School teacher's residen...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
[?] lngafcBathorst. ; IfcT , i^yjSjrewswBjBn nepayscasn. - : jfe ' Mr. Ja& .- Austin bas his Halfway L Hotel at Two-mile moely fitted tip. f1' ' BH««P;^^jfrW^fttnploy. ggr ;:, A considerably oVer 82;000 women. i |& ; ?? .. 'JifiHeft 'giro | r work toaboatseventylhouspnid men. w, 'Mr/Oarnegi^'jtihisiAmerioaniiiillion- rl; JVanted a lav. to prohibit the t i yjyapp*. p -? _P(iiMltejNJhiWlold i*u44oaaonv E: GSSey run ii tpthe ounce, and each i :*%%&&% EKE. has been known to grow is 20£im ?p£ high. Pus Sb a jblyd^ale!e record. ' *armlabore^\iget 1 8s a j week ; oversBers oiily get 2s 3d a day. Hp|:' Scientists havg discovered tbat the. Bpll me&oxy ^stronger- m tbe summer ?jfe,' than in winter. is 'a ohkiice,' then, tbat our j ?Hfe : accounts sen t out this week will receive BRt^ '- ' 4-V v?r :. : ?;. -: -been- fibed £2, and ?B^.1 OOBtfy *t-Joonarable for breaking bid Hptr -' ' Graihpton, pastorajisf j in , Forbes dis Egph, tnc^m^onM^nday ,aged 76.'...
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
METHODIST CHURCH. Next Sunday's services will be of special interest, the day being set apart as ' Prison Sunday,' and also ' Thanksgiving Sunday.' Mr. Stephen announces his morning subject in Molong as 'The Three P's— praise, prayer and peace ' ; the evening subject being the third in Prodigal Son series— ' The Wanderer's 'Welcome and the Father's Kiss.' The music will include Thanksgiving Anthem, isolo and chorus, ' Welcoipe Home.' Mr. Stephen commences special mission at Grarra on Sunday aftegepoon ; services will be held in the cnurchievery evening next week at 7.30 p.m. Sankey'g hymns will be used.
Molong's Member. QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE. Travelling Stock Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
[?] QUESTIONS IN THU HOUSE. \ Travelling Stock Reserves. Dr. Ross asked tbe Secretary for Lands, — 1. Tbe number of acres that are at present under lease belonging to travelling stock reserves, and the amount of rent paid annually for the same ? 2. Are tbe owners or lessees of travelling stock reserves compelled to kill rabbits on these reserves ? 8. Can a selector adjoining one of these travelling stock reserves (for the pro tection of his own land and crops) kill rabbits found on these reserves where the lessee declines to do so ? Mr. Crick answered, — 1. The in formation will be obtained and fur nished if my honorable friend will move for it in the usual way. 2. Yes. 3. Yes, if authorised by a Rabbit Board on tbe neglect or failure of the lessee to comply with a notice given to him by the Board requiring him to destroy tbe rabbits on his holding.
"THE TRANGIE TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
'THE TRANGIE TIMES.' We have before us the first issue of the ' Times,' printed at Trangie by Mr. A. G, Stopeman (late of Peak Hill) and . published at 4d. Mr. Stoneman has con siderably improved upon the paper re cently conducted by him at the Peak, and his latest venture should command sup port. We wish the Trangie Times' a long, happy and useful life.
Questions Answered. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
^ue^tfonsAiiiiwered. Emquibeh. — The Dunbar was wrecked On 20th August, 1857. ; Farmer.— The best firm of manure merchants we know of is Messrs. G. Shirley & Co., 81 Pitt-street, Sydney. Cricketer. — The late Secretary has promised to convene the annual meet ing of Molong Club at an early date. Cudal.r— It would be unfair to brina us ipto your little squabble. F.C., Forbes. — Three in Molong, and two at Cumnock. Dairyman.— We would advise you to write to Mr. Searl, manager of Molong Dairy Qo. Stamping a Beceipt.— Does a receipt given by a person working for a store keeper, and taking goods for the amoupt given for work done, require a duty stamp?— No receipt is required fbr wages pure and simple, whether paid in money or in kind. Parents and daughter. — Can a father compel his daughter, who is 17£ years of age, and who is earping her own living to return home. The daughter j| in good society. — No. ? ?Old Age Pensions. — Yes, Civil Servants are supposed to 'fill in Old Age P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902
1 v;f| Storeke^ier and ProduoelMfiroliant, Vljl BORENORE. | CHAFF, PrimeBt Quality, FOB 8ALE in an; quantity. Also nil other Farm ^}1 Produce, £3' Samples, with prices, aeat on application. |p CAUTION ANYONE caught Fishing or otherwiae '?$ TreBpaaBing in the Larras Lake oz , ,S| Eurimbla paddocks WILL BE PROSE- .^f| OUTED without respect to persons* % JAMES LEE. OUR agents! | (COPIES of the Molong Aeqds may b« v'ff J obtained from the following Agents': — MOLONG- J. G. DONALDSON 1 CUDAL— GEORGE SNOOK 0^ MANILDRA— J. H. WILLIAMS | W. M. REEVE, | SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, | WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. | ORDERS executed with NEATNESS and ^ DESPATCH. . 0, ? V Please note the address — . flj W. M. REEVE, I SADDLER, | Clarlmla Street, Parkes. | CCnmttrrrkBgatlxlT^rg J John Leary & Sons I Proprietors. I PllIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c., at the lowest rates. Small Goods always on hand. Best attention given to all orders. ''J T .OOK! - J IF YOU WANT A --j GOOD FITTING SUIT f Ma...