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A New Milk Can. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
A New Milk Can. A becent issue of the ' London Agricultural Gazette ' illustrates a new style of milk can, introduced by the Dairy Supply Company, Limited, London. It has been named Tarn o' Shanter, from the shape of the lid, it may be supposed. The can is in tended for the carriage of milk, either in carts to a dairy or factory or by ? . ? ? 1 ? I rail, and it possesses several novel points deserving of consideration. For instance, the lid projects over the neck of the can, so that any rain, smut, or dirt alighting upon it cannot enter the milk, but is turned off out side the can. The lids are all made of one size, and* are, therefore, in terchangeable. The handles are of the drop pattern, fitted with noiseless indiarubber buffer. Tfye sides of tbe can are straight, so that it takes up little room in proportion to its capac ity. It is made of the very best tinned steel, and a special feature of the uteDsil is that aft^r being made the can is re-tinned, and so answers that all joint...
Manildra Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
. naiiil«lrul-ramatfc Club. ? . At -y?Aftjvvyocal and dramatic entgrtaiiii the!|Mwildwi-- Hall on June 26. The proceeds of ; the towaras liquidating, a incurred for scenervfor the ??wb taken at tile was only Is, ^® ^^ndftkce can be imagined. The stage \^-artistically decorated by MisseB ' Cicoyauni and PPike and Messrs. Kelly, ana E. Pike. Mr.J. H. Williams, as Stage Manager, ?occupied -the chair, and made a few re marks in inference to the object of the entertainment. He called upon Mr. G. W.Griffith, President of the Bicycle Club, , . to say a few words. ' Mr.Griffithexpressed his thanks to the ? public for' their attendance at the Bicycle bports, and his pleasure at the successful issue of the day. He reminded the audi ence that the prizes won that day at the Sports would be handed over at 'the end of the first part. Mr. Griffith made ap . propriate reference to the illness of the King, which circumstance had caused the coronation ceremonies arranged for that day to be indefinite...
Amending Medical Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
AiifteiMlSng; ]Vfte«li-*sil If ill. A dim. to further amend the law relat-/ ing to the registration of medical practitioners was read for a first time in tbe Assembly last week. It pro vides that the medieval board may place upon the .separate n-gister the name of auy person who' proves that be has studied at a recognised school i of medicine, surgery or obstetrics, al though ue uas not completed the full course, of any such school, and proves that be has practised in a re putable ^manner in. New South Wales as a medical practitioner during two years prior to the passing of the Amending Act, and produces a certi ficate signed by two legally qualified medical practitioners of bis ability and good repute in the practice of bis profession, such person when so regis tered to have the rights of a legally qualified ttnd registered medical practitioner, ? I
Peak Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
[?] , flTBOM 0\JB OWN .CbBBESPpNOKNT.] No. rain has fallen in this part of the State for a considerable period, the season being the worst ever experi enced here; Tbe wheat sown some time ago has .not as yet appeared above ground, and .harvest prospects are anything but bright. - fcneep are ay mg in great numbers on the Began, and it is thought when rain does come the. mortality will be even greater. ?. It is impossible to save breeding sheep— they die in spite of all efforts on the part of owners to sustain life. Mr.~ Thomas Bridle is ' one of the lucky ones, bis losseB not being nearly so heavy as bis neighbors'. Mr. Bridie does not overstock bis paddocks and therefore still has grass which is standing his sheep in good stead just now..* ' : . . /' ;;y
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
lf^'i^llgilP^g:lfi:fg fir. 5L Veech; COBWEB RIDLEY & RIDDLE STREETS, May be consulted as follows: 9 a.m. to ll a.m., 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.and-7 p.m. to 8p.m. SandayB and Holidays from 10 to 11 a.m. Visits Cumnock Every Monday , and may be consulted from 2 to 3 p.m. sharp. Visits Cudal Every Friday, and may be consulted from 2 to 3 p.m. sharp. Dr. James Reiach, M.B., Ch.M., Ed. BANK-STREET, MOLONG, Has succeeded to the practice lately carried on by Dr. Lamb. Houbb : Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 9 to 11 a.m. and 2 to 3 p.m. Every Evening 7 to 9 p.m. ,Dr. Reiach will attend at his own waiting and Consulting Rooms, CUDAL at 11a.m. Every Monday, — AND — CUMNOCK at II a m. Every Thursday. Government Vaccinator. ' VACCINATIONS performed fbee of chaboe by appointment and request of the Government. M. L. Caro, R.D.S., Dentist, Orange, (Late Levee & Caro), (Late Assistant to Dr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG — ON — Saturday, July And may be Consulted at Stockw...
Molong Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
[?] he the %i)bve held on ®dws§iftvf!ast when the following were prea* ?*: — Aid*'- Black (Mayqr)^ Ooli , TUbr ?«! , Bennett and Parker. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Outward correspondence read. In ward correspondence confirmed. ' Communication from Treasury De partment stating £52 had been placed to credit of Council. From S. D. Bennett, aisking Council to forego one quarter's rent on Molong Park, on account of drought. Aid. Cole said he thought some concession should be granted to Mr. Bennett as tbe park was of little use as a grass paddock. He moved that the request be granted and that one quarter's rent be foregone. Seconded by Aid. Tilbrook and carried. ACCOUNTS. Following accounts were read and passed for payment on the motion of Aid. Cole, seconded by Aid. Bennett: W. E. Smith ? 0 11 9 A. M. Lowe ? 0 12 O R. Halcroft ? 8 5 6 J. A. Robards ? 4 14 1 I J. S. Christophers ... 1 16 5 D. Scoles ? 7 0 O O. M. McCallum ? ... 7 10 O Trainage ? 0 6 O...
Orange Pips. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
?- ? ' ?' :vv- ?. OrangePlps. [Fbom our own Correspondent.! On Wednesday the usual public meeting wasc onducted by the six focal Protestant Churches, unitedly, the Rev. W. Bradley being the preacher. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Caro are organising \ a ping-pong tournament in aid of funds j of the Orange Hospital. j Mr. E. B. Dalton, son of Mr. James j Dalton, was married to Miss McKillop at j Carcoar on Wednesday. i Stock, principally sheep, are dying in I large numbers. One man at Forest Reefs lost 300 in a few *days, 60 dying in one night. The Quarter Sessions were held during the week before his Honor Judge Docker when a number of cases were disposed of. Matthew Walker, a clergyman, of Luck now (defended by Mr. G. H. Reid) was found guilty on a charge of perjury and sentenced to six months' hard l ibor in Bathurst Gaol. The Judge said that for such a crime he could pass a sentence of seven years' penal servitude. £150 has been noted for consideration by Parliament as a grant for the Germa...
Stock Hoards' Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
Stock Hoards' Conven tion. — o— The annual meeting of the Stock Boards' Convention concluded in Sydney on Tues day. Included in the business transacted was the following : — A motion, ' that cattle suffering from tuberculosis wfiere the disease is localised, or from lumpy jaw, should not be wholly destroyed* provided that an inspector of stock or some other competent person (appointed for the purpose) pass the meat as fit for human consumption,' was unanimously carried. Agreed to—' That the existing railway starving stock rates should be reduced, and that stock away on relief country be allowed the benefit of existing starving stock rates when returning to their pastures ' again by rail, regardless of whether they travelled to relief country by road or rail.' Carried — ' That tbe Government be asked to suspend the operation of the Shearers' Accommodation Act in N.S.W. for this year on account of the present exceptionally severe drought.' Carried — ' That a letter be written to the M...
Country Schools and Firewood. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
Country Schools and Firewooil. The following question asked in Parlia ment on Tuesday may be of interest to our friends, ' Parent ' and ' Pacified ' : — Mr Fitzpatrick asked what allow ance, if any, was made to teachers of schools in the country wherewith to provide fuel for heating purposes dur ing the winter months ? The Minister for Education an | swered : As regards the majority of schools in the country, a fuel allow ance is granted, which varies according :to circumstances, namely, tbe sizie of the school and the supply of fuel available in the district. In the coastal district an allowance, not to exceed 10s per fireplace, is granted to provide fires on wet and cold days. So far as I am aware, all schools have either fireplaces or stoves.
Extraordinary Bad Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
Extraordinary Sad ,11 JLuclt. JS Mb. Alister Solomons, tbe only sur viving member of the family of. the late Mr. Edward Solomons, formerly Mayor of Scone, and well-known throughout the Northern district, died at the Hospital from typboid fever, aged 20. A remarkable fatality is attached to this familv. The eldest son was thrown from a horse and killed while spending school holidays at Gunnebab. The daughter died ? year later. The mother followed in another year, and the father was killed by a tree falling on him while he was driving to Merriwa hardly a year after. Deceased was witbin a few months of coming of age, . whs# he would have inherited property* He went to the Hospital on tbe anni versary of his mother's death.
High-class Poultry. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
Hlsh-Class INraltry. As most readers of the Abous are - - aware, Mr. W. T. Sherringham, of Norwich Farm, Cumnock never loses an opportunity of improving his breed of poultry, and if any doubt existed on this point it can easily be dispelled by tbe fact that wherever llie'' pro- prietor has exhibited he has won with his birds. He has competed at most of the largest Shows in the West and in tbe metropolitan exhibitions be has 0 secured honors when competing against | tbe most noted breeders of the Com- '| monwealth. As this is the season for ' | hatching, we would strongly advise ? -A poultry breeders to read tbe advertise- r| ment and secure a setting of eggs || from one or more of tbe varieties ^ therein enumerated. !Tbe eggs bave :l been reduced to 10s 6d per setting and #J they are guaranteed fertile. ||
Wedding Bells. McEVILLY—DURACK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
Wedding Bells. McEVILLY — DURACK. A pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Patrick's Church, Sydney, on 29th May, by the Very Rev. Father Le Rementel, between Miss Maggie Durack, third daughter of Mrs. Durack of Wynyard Square (one time resident of Molong), and Mr. A. A. McEvilly, B.A., of the firm of McEvilly and McEvilly, Solicitors, Castlereagh- street, Sydney. The honeymoon was spent at Katoomba. The wedding &nbsp; presents were numerous and costly. Owing to a recent bereavement the marriage was celebrated very quietly. The bride is a sister to Mrs. W. P. Cahill of, the Royal Hotel, Molong.
McGOVERN—WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902
McGOVERN—WHITE. &nbsp; On Tuesday, 1st instant, Mr. J. T. McGovern, of Farnham, and Miss S. J. White, of Macquarie Dredging Settlement were married at the home of the bride's 'mother, Yahoo, Mac- quarie River, by the Rev. J. Alldis. The officiating clergyman left Molong early in the morning, and changed sulky and horse at Euchareena for saddle horse and guide over the Yahoo ranges, where ascents and declivities are high and steep, rough and deep, for 11 miles- -the last four of which occupied an hour and a half at hard stress, scaling the cliffs and descend- ing the gorges, often as foot passen- gers leading, ' drawing ' the horses up and down hill and dell. The spot for the happy event (31 miles from Molong) was reached by about 3 o'clock,, and all found in readiness for the solemnities which were completed by, or before, 4 p.m., where in view of the deep valley, of the winding river and very picturesque scenery, the first wedding by white man was duly contracted and declar...
Rabbit Act. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902
Kabbit Act. ^ ? 0— — DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. In reply to a deputation regarding the proposed amalgamation of tbe Sheep Pastures, Stock Protection and Babbit' Boards, and to tbe operation of the new Rubbit Act, the Minister for Lands said it was tbe aim of tbe Government to make the working of tbe Act as cheap as possible, as the present was no time in which to put extra taxation upon any section of the community, and they did not want two boards to do the work of one. He was anxious to hear suggestions as to the terms of consolidation, because he was dertermined to have no unneces sary boards, but simply one board to deal with rabbits and other pests. In doing this he thought be was doing the pastoral people a good turn. Personally, he did not eare by what term they named the board, bat one body should do the work. When tbe bill was going through tbe House he said that amendments would no doubt be necessary, but what he wanted was to appoint central boards, and the rabbit pest w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902
Bad Blood. Boils Suffered Groaty. Skin in Twribje Condition. BM mild vHk Impurities. AO Remedies Jiut One Faited. §Mr. H. Feder, of ProBpect,*Sonth Australia,' sends us his photograph ' About two months ago I began to feel badly all over. I waa easily made tired. I lost my appetite and was very ? nervous. In a few days my arms and neck were all broken out with large boils. For weeks my suffering waa terrible. 1 tried remedy after zemedy, but without relief. A friend told me it was not my skin but my blood that needed help, and urged me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. He said he knew many people who had been cured by it. I bought a bottle, and 1 began- to feel better at once. My appetite returned, my food digested better, and I felt greatly encouraged. Before the bottle was all used my blood was pure and the boils had entirely disappeared.' 'The World's Greatest Family Medicine.' Boils, rashes, pimples, eruptions, eczema, etc., are but evidences of trouble down deep in the blood. Don't t...
Sydney Sheep Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902
[?] Ax the. Annual Stud Sheep Sales held at Sydney last week, leii rams, : on i^onnt'flf ;Mr. George .Bruce, Loom bah; -averaged £6 lis 3d. ; Mr. George Bruce' also speculated in several rams, purchasing one (by Secundus) at 215 guineas; 1 at 125 guineas; 1 at 10 guineas. Mr. G. H. Hebden, of i^rambie, purchased 1 at 8 guineas, 1 at 10 guineas, 1 at 41 guineas, 1 at 30 guineas, and 1 at 21 guineas. Mr. R. Hunt, of Yoorooga, pur chased 1 at 10 guineas, and 1 at 8 guineas, Hunt Bros, also speculating liberally at prices from four to seven guineas. Mr. F. E. Churchill, of Brymedura, secured a well-bred ram at 19 guineas.
DEATH OF MR. DAVE ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902
[?] ?fe p.m., the above Succumbed r atlp»^ insult7 of fa |harjp-a ^l^uperv^pfl^^^j b^Wers^ thalt^QttpTj ^phoid. ^ l Wdmc a^ri- :f i ? . ? and one of the ./ 'Bttmmon Dr. Yeedh;^ collapse, but 4he UBUflf restoratives were ad mi n i sto red and hopes were ^entertained that he would puuth^u^.But''^^. Sweeps qs away— out life^ a dream. and hbirmthB^nding^J&e skilful treatment of his medical attendant, the careful nursing of the Hospital staff, and the diligent watcMulneSB of his aged parents, brpfher and sisters, poor Daves soul ^Dan^Thomas Hendrie Ross was a native of this district, being born at Dilga Station on 5th September, 1879, and was 22 years and 10 months pf age. He was an upright and obliging officer j / of the Telegraph Department, a quiet unostentatious citizen with a loye of home | and parents that stood out in marked J contrast with many others of his age- ! , He was a magnet of popularity and all j who knew the young man were genuinely ! grieved to hear of his dea...