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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

preventive against. Decay, DRY-ROT, FUNGUS AND WOOD-DESTROYING INSECTS. v- '? CHEAPER THAN TAR. -j '-V. ' | Proof against White Ants* r- ' 'irs* ' i.T . »i \# PASTORAL and AGRICUL '? TDRAL uses:. , For £reservihit implements ot EtU sorts. uuch as Waggons, . Cute, Plough*, Poles, fosts. and Ximbeta ia. ftll «otto ot bulldiuin. ? ?? r. - v- MARINE uses iiiRlude JJoata, Tjcklos, J/acks l-.rkli.efj, Pilua, anil all pa* to made froiit wood. eiUier above or below yrouud or water.. BnilWuys one it on Cflrriflfees, Wagons, Trucks, Sleepers, Telegraph Poles. Runntnff Sheds. Po3t*. Flooni. and T»trf-ers all kind* of per. maneut bulldiug*. - Prices and fullest particulars from the Agents: Messrs. E. BIOH & GD.,Lto., Syosey, n.s.w. YES, THEY ABE NICE. BUT— Matthews & Bradley's f Fancy Muslins, . Mercerised Silks, Printed Sateens ABE JUST AS tflGE' YOUNG LADIES, Try us for DRESSES. TURKEYS. ? O ? WANTED AT ONCE, Poultry in any Quantity. JUi^liest Cash Price Oireu. / eo^ebt! Xleel...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Gregra-Canowindra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Crregra-CanowfiMlra Railway. I We are indebted to the courtesy of Dr. Boss, M.P., for tbe following | official documents ; — Public Works Department, Sydney, 3rd September, 1902. — Sir, — With I reference to the petition dated the 12th ultimo, from Dr. T. 'Geraty, M. I Byrnes apd other residents of Cargo, asking that the survey of the proposed Gregra to Cowra railway be deviated by branching off at Cudal, and instead of running to^Tucker's Alley, be taken via Bowan Park up-Cargo Gully thence to Canowindra and ' Cargo, I am directed by the Minister to enclose for your information, copy of a report upon the matter, prepared by the Engineer-in-Cbief for Railway Con struction.— J. Davis, Under Secretary. Department of ^Public Works, Sydney, 29th August, 1902. RAILWAY COMMUNICATION BETWEEN GREG HA AND OAXOWINDKA. The survey being made via Cudal and Tucker Alley wouldbest serve the town of Cudal, and he the cheapestito construct. Another line was suggested, which went within about or 3 mi...

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Meranburn. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] fFfiOM OTJB OWN CoBIUBBlM»M1-aait.] Thing® in this ^istriot are ' still very -dull, although we frave had a* inoh o! if we weed about to have more. . Yesterdav (Wednesday) v morning we had iawiststorm, and it ee&med ratherpeounar coming right afterso much showery weather. Somewhere musfc Btill be in a ^ery ,d^t^ tate. v ; The wheat and grass have now got a very nice shoot, and if we only get more rain the outlook will not be so bad, although the creeks and most datns are almost dry still. Allow me to congratulate you, Mr. Editor, on the seventh anniversary of your paper, and to wish you still greater success in the future than even you have had in the past. Success is well merited by your untiring efforts to give your readers a well -con due tad, readable, and very newsy journal.

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Millthorpe Show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

IVftilltliorjpe Show. — n — - In last issue appeared the schedule of prizes in connection with the annual exhibition of Milltborpe A. and P. Association, to be %eld on Tuesday and Wednesday, 23rd and 24th Sep tember. Tbe schedule is a liberal one . in every detail, and we are glad to hear from the energetic Secretary, Mr. Thos. Green, that prospects are ex ceedingly bright for a record Show ? this year. Applications have been re ceived from all parts of N.8.W. and Victoria for schedules and information and tbat augurs well for success. Entries for all ploughing classes close on September 16, and all other classes on the 19th. Special excursion tickets will be issued from Molong and all stations on tbe Forbes line on Monday and Tuesday, 22nd and 23rd.

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Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Farmers and Settlers' Association. Speaking at the annual conference and festival of the Trangie branch of the above Association, Mr. T. I. Campbell (G-eneral Secretary) said, inter alia It had been said there was bad blood between the Ministry and themselves. He knew he bad been blamed for always attacking the Ministry ; but if he found anything done by the Ministry that' deserved cen sure, he' would continue to attack ifc They were constantly making promises to deputations from the Association, and would not carry them , out. His report next year would be based on tbe way in which the Ministry treated the Associa tion during the year. The course of legislation generally was not in the in terests of the farmers apd settlers. He must refer to the dismissal of one of the delegates to the recent Sydney conference from his position as member of the Coona barabran Land Board. Mr. Murchison attended the conference not as a member of the Land Board, but as a delegate of a branch, and was ...

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Orange Stock Market. A. H. T. SHERWINN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Orange Stock Market. A. H. T. Sherwin's Revokt. Fat Cattle. — 48 yarded, 28 being passed. The quality was poor, in fact a little better- than stores. Best beef worth about 45s to 47s 6d per lOOlbs. Bullocks, small and light, made £6 5s to £8 4s per head ; cows, fair quality, £6 5s to £9 14s ; 1 calf at 32s. Store Cattle. — Iu good demand, and sold well, 33 being yarded and sold from £2 lis 6d up to £4 7s for small steers ; cows £3 10s to £4 Is ; yearlings made ,£1 (is to £2 15s per head, 1 cow and calf being passed. V Fat Sheep. — None yarded. Store Sheep.— About 200 aged ewes yarded, which made 5s 5d to 5s 7d. Property. — I sold for Mr. Geo. Hawke, a 4-roomed brick cottage in Sampson street, at a highly satisfactory price. Please not that the partnership hitherto existing between SJierwin and Howard has been dissolved by mutual consent as from the 1st September, 1902.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Auy man of ordinary intelligence selling sound goods at a reasonable price can make a business, but without tbe leverage and assistance of adver- \ tising he can never make it a great { coucern.

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Cumnock. RECEPTION TO RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] SEOEFTZOK TO : feETgBNED 80LDIEB8. 1 A meeting of ? tbV'Ladies' Committee in connection with the above was held on ~ Wednesday, 'when there were present : Mesdames Black, Finch, March, Ireland, Lord, Bouteher, Bobs and Messrs. W. T. Sberrlngham and W. L. Boss {Secretpry),X Donations of various kinds tirere reported to have been received, and among them were poultry, pigs, bams, tongues, eggs, butter, cream, fruit, milk, flowers, wines, tea and' sugar. Mrs. Black bad been mainly instrumental ' in getting these, and received credit for her success. She was appointed bead of the staff. The hon. Secretary was asked to write to Mr. Bamford, the Secretary of Molong Hospital, asking for the loan of tbe Hospital flags for decorative purposes, aud, if found necessary, for tbe Hospital cutlery. Mrs. Finch was empowered to engage a woman to assist with wash ing up, &c. It was decided to ask the men's committee to erect a marquee for washing-up iu ; and to request them to begin as n...

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Manildra Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Manildra Mems. [Fhom our own Correspondent.] The recent rains have already brought about a pleasant change here to both man and beast. The wheat crops are also making rapid stages towards recovery. I regret to have to record tbe seri ous illness of Mrs. G. Cassells, sen., of Gregra. The services of Dr. Beiacb have been called from Molong. After a lapse of about three years Manildra bas reorganised the Cricket Clnb. A meeting was held in Mr. Hanks' rooms on Wednesday evening when about 20 members were enrolled. Mr. F. E. Churchill was chosen as Patron, Mr. G. W. Griffith as Presi dent, Messrs. A. E. Bowen and' A. Eason as Vice-Presidents, and Mr. R. A. Young as Hon. Sec. It was decided to obtain tbe necessary ma terial and to commence the cricket season at Manildra on Wednesday next. Manildra residents would like to see more accommodation added to the local Public School for the conveni ence of teaching staff and scholars, particularly now that the summer months are coming on.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Register Your Dogs. Forms at the Argus Office. Price, 3d Each. FOR the convenience of Cttoatrr Constituents they may send tbe Fee to us, together with Particulars, and attend to the Registration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

? T ? .... . .. ..... . -4- ? , v.. ? liw Wist think, Unitary. rflBNDERS are «tt|led for labor only iu _L Finishing Trad*#.— Plastering, Car pentering, and Painting of New Church. SibecificaJrona audparficulafls from Rev. A, Stephen -or ibe undesigned. Tenders dose September $lst. CAIiEB NASH, 'Hiilmwi' Cranbury. 1TOTICE. SC0TF0R0 AND LOCKHART HAVING Dissolved Partnership, tbe Business will be carried on by S. J. LOCKHART as S. J. LOCKHflBT 4 Co., TAIL0R5, MEN'S MERCERS, — AND — Costume Makers, SUMMER STREET, ORANGE. j MB. LOCKHART will Visit MOLONG Monthly, and may be seen at Mrs. Clarke's Hotel. i Kindly write and have appointments made. WANTED. WANTED GRUBBERS for about 160 acres, to be cleared ready for Plough. To be let in small contracts. Applv to W. T. JOB, Maryland, Boomey. DILGA SAW MILLS. THE undersigned has much pleasure in notifying residents of Molong District that he has taken over the Saw -Milling Plant lately carried on by Mr. J. Pender at Dilga, and is prepared to s...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] Rev. Jj. Ward Harrison, recovering from his Recent accident at Welling ton, has gone to work again. We are compelled to bold over La ; quantity^pf matter, crowded out at the last minute. The Federal Government is being* urged to offer a reward for the best method of dealing with tbe rabbit pest. According to tbe A. W. Union, tbe shearing trouble is only about -to commence. ? Tenders are invited for work in connection with tbe new cburch at Cranbury. Last week about 1£ inches '. of rain were recorded in Greg r a district. Crops and grass have started to shoot. Mr. E. J: McGuinness leaves Cudal after a 15 years1 residence and enters Mr. J. T. Cantrill's employ at Borenore as manager. The Secretary of the Pastoralists' Union estimates that from 25 to 80 million sheep will be shorn this season, as against 42 million last year. In next issue will appear the advt. of Messrs. Candish and Watts, builders, cabinet makers and bouse decorators, Watson-street, Molong. Premier See declines t...

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Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Canowindra. TFbOM OUR OWN CoBBEBPpNDENT.] Everything points to pi osperity in the near future f6r the dis- trict.' ^ ing pew and .jiromising features and there is ev^ proba|iiUi^^|^ fruitful Spring. -'v.'.v'-v v v -£k ... - It is estimated that £2000 will not cover tbe loss in Bbeep' aiuSBtained by Mr. 3, M. AtkipBon on bis Oanomodine ^Station ne*r Cargo. .Mr, Fisher, « ? Mso a heikvy lotser 6f itock,. haying I Jk-st over stock. ? - Tbe late: crops in^Jjj^^od distnct hftva geraMOat^ welU ^ut^oib so the even ? . ;:;L

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To Agriculturists. THE VALUE OF MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] THE VALUE OF MANURING. Now that tlie drought has undoubtedly; -partially-broken up, agriculturists should hasten with all speed to. fertilise tbeir soils in order to regain lost grpund.^^h: this connection /we. know of , no- better manure than ^tbat sold by George Shirley &.Co,, of Pitt-Btreet, Sydney, whose aci vertisfement appears on. page 4. The Agricultural Gazette for August re-, cords the result of a competition fq^' prizes offered by the Department of Agriculture for tne best acre of potatoes, and as the competition was conducted by practical farmers in open field work, the . _.c ? ? ? ? ? vaiue ui Bucfl»eAuenencp uaunut u« uver estimated. Mr. H. Colley, of Jamberoo, won the -first pride with potatoes of, splendid quality, the yield being 10 tons 12cwt2qrsper acre. . The manure used was Shirley and Co's.No. 5 fertiliser at 32s per acre* Two competitors did not use manure and their yield was only 7 tons 6cwt lqr and 3 tons lOcwt %rs 241bsi per acre ; the average of...

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Cudal News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

; -7-^' ? ? ? ~K ? — T ? . Cudal News, [Fbom oub own Coebespondent.] A yeky heavy storm, with heavy rain, passed over- Cudal on Saturday even ing, the neighborhood bfeing a veritable sea of water. Gra^s is growing splendidly, and there will soon be plenty of feed for .stock. ' Arrangements are being made to secure a resident medical practitioner for Cudal snd district. Mr. E. Bennett, manager of the local creamery, resumed work this \ week after a three .weeks' illness in ' Molong Hospital. I regret to tepqrb the seripus illness of Mr. and Mrs. W. Maker. Their many friends wish the popular conple a speedy recovery. AnN interesting wedding will be celebrated at the local B.C. Church on Sunday next, when Miss Winnie' Healey an$Mr. P. Bastick (Orange) will be united in the holy bonds of - matrimony. Premier See says he ratehds shortly ? to bring in a, bill to protect marsupials .owing to the fact that the latter are rapidly disappearing. At . Sarnden, South Australia, an aboriginal mad...

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Tomingley. AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] 4 ' ' AUGUST 30 .1 To the EpiTOB.^Pleaige to excuse lithe': means ' Death : ^ half laid the , Everything faerie, except grave advice andlabqur,'&very dear. A man who is n6t in troiible ,vnJVget advice for nothing, and ^ven ^nletim^shave it forced upon* him whe£h^helUt:0B it or no. But if he ' be in real tipuBle and requires & helping guide he'maV lopkfor ever f o!r it in this quarter.Ifor ne ^il/hever find it. . ' Inthifi resbect I' ooine that we ehiov apdeufferimich in common with our leg^atora, 6nly that wo are not reduced to tnedisaareeablfe practice of reducing our own salaries or our own numbers. And more'* the pity, for some of the . old ' Death-adders are getting their hump up abbe they heard of tbe Boers putting £100 poll tax on the British men. Oh, nokey pokey ! 5 That's not all. But X-seeit slyly hinted in the leaders and sub-leaders of the humane 'Daily Telegraph ' that the Old-age Pensions ma^ oe reduced. Sand, good, dear old free, or -foreign trade '...

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A Rating Question. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

A Rating Question. The question whether buildings used as rectories, presbyteries, manses, and clergymen's' residences are liable to municipal rates has been settled in the affirmative by tbe Supreme Court, which on Friday last gave judgment in favor of an appeal by tbe municipal district of Liemore agairist a decision of J udge Hey don tbat -such property was not sq liable.

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Bowan Park. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Bowan Park. [From our own Correspondent.] Ralnt, glorious rain, which has cheered tbe hearta of tbe people out this way, foil during last week. Grass is grow ing splendidly, and the wheat crops are beginning to look verdant and green. Farmers think that stock will be able to exist now without being hand fed. A hare and rabbit drive took place at Mr. F. Thornberry's last Saturday wnen euu or tne pest were destroyed. Mr. C. Baker's splendid draught sire, Colonial Chief, will do stud duty in this district tbis season. Cudal footballers are quite elated at their recent win over Blayney. I would like to see another match be tween the two teams. My faith would still be with Cudal. It was at the last football match. Mabel : ' Oh, George, why do they all jump on that poor fellow ?' George : ' Don't you see ? He's got the ball.' Mabel : ' Oh, I see. They have to get it back so that they can go on with the game. How mean of him to try to steal it !'

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Life Assurance Facer. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Life Assurance Facer. As a rule, it takes something very strong to silence a life assurance manager or even a canvasser, ^but one of the brotherhood got a real ' facer ' the other day, when he .re ceived a note which ran thus : — ' Sir,— I hold a policy in your com pany, No. — , dated July 10, 1900, on whicb I have paid all yearly pre miums. I have now to inform you that mv physician says I have a most pronounced case of appendicitis, and the only hope of saving my life is by an operation, which, with private hospital expenses, will cost £140. I feel, therefore, tbat I owe it to you, who have 60 large a pecuniary interest (£4000) in my life, to state that I have no money to pay those expenses ; so I give you the option of paying the cost of the operation to save my life, that I miiy bontinue topay you the yearly premiums on my policy, being, I believe, otherwise strong- and' healthy, or in the alternative to pay my widow £4000 within a very few weeks. You know evpn tbe King of Engla...

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Hint to Agruculturists. ON LUCERNE GROWING [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] [?] [?] of the . agriculitonate through being ini^mdedvdD ^ot s8ttoc^a iii lucerne amoupt :Jpt: ; ^b^ndes iiade/anji pi^eimd it trskiobent were aobliedi * Liicerae -? is exceedibglv tender when germinating, apd ean re sist ^neither frost nor e^tireine beat, H shoalt^ therefore^be sbeiwre^ during th.e early stages of'itsgrowtb. Thave been engaged in agricultural pursuits in the Old Country for fifteen years, and never saw lucerne sown i by itself. It. is generally sown with a cereal . crop, or with rape or turnips, and a failure is Beldom known. Rape would answer very well in these parts, as it grows rapiilly i and will soon give shelter to the young plants ; it is also drongfat-resieting and can stand a fair amount of dry weather. If sown broadcast, shout Slbe of seed to the acre would suffice. When the locerne has developed and- taken possession of the ground, the rope may be out down and fed to cattle, sheep or pigs. It cannot be excelled for fattening stock, but it is not a s...

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