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[?] at Forbes. SILK—ELLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] [?] Forbes, Fere naijte^in the holy-bonds ' matrimony, Jtsgp&f ©ffihiating. At -3^-l|MtW%^tiiy^at tbe chtirch. .-the, bnde beinfc esbdrted by her father. The - bndesmiuds, being very neatly attired in wnite noraimnslin/with lace trimmings, 1 with b)atHr6^rSasb va»d bows. Master Norman Ellis aptedaspage, whilst JMr. J. B!Uiafeffi-^t^j^fiK)pmsman. . Thebride'B : cashmere Jwith satin strappingvsLyk ribbonsandlace , teminihi^^bBjgial ;%il : and '-wreath of * oraiuje blossoms; she also carried a hancfeome bouquet of orange blossoms ; with satin streaiqer^thegift of the bride groom- The% ceremony concluded, the party pro ceeded to the hottie of the bride s parents, some nine mU^ifrom B'orbea. On arrival there, the cotn|«|#^^e invited to par take of {Ua^^pp^tMuhcheon. Mr. Joseph Ellifijfe^j^pkjd^the chair, and In a very neMt||^^^pp^efd tbe health of the bc^^arapi^|pboi&; ' The speaker referred t6j|^^ito^tiB3t-^aUent qualities o£theyoa^Hi^^ in #frose honor the^ briefly r...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

A Printer Greatly Surprised. 'I never was so much surprised in my life, as I with' the result of using Chamberlain's Pain Balm,' says Henry T. Crook, pressman of the Asheville (N.C., U.S.A.) Gazette. ' I contracted a severe case of rheumatism early last winter by getting my feet wet. I tried several things for it without benefit. One day while looking over the Gazette, I noticed that Pain Balm was positively guaranteed to cure rheumatism, so bought a bottle of it, and before using two thirds of it my rheumatism had taken its flight, and 1 have not had a rheumatic pain since.' by JJ, W. Macord, Chemist, Molong. - ; Of course you cannot enjoy good health if your stomach gives out. Toil .most have an appetite^ must digest your food, and must keep your liver active. Muscular strength, nervous strength, desire to be active, anda feeling of general good health may be yours by keeping your liver active and your blood pure. 'It takes just two medicines for this: Ayer's Pills for the Hver, ?...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

fyspeptic Debility CAUSED BY tons Shock. Gored. The Case of N|ra. E. PHILLIPS. i (Br A STDNEr REPORTER.) 1 The consideration we are held in is owing to the efleet which our personal qualities 1 have on others, for if these be great and exalted they will us it redly excite admira tion. Usefulness to those in our proximity will always command esteem, especially if the service rendered is similar to timt which Mrs. Klizabeth Phillips speaks of in an inter view which took p'&cc at her residence at 71 Engine-street, Hay market. ' Through falling off -a horse which bolted whilst 1 was riding it,' said Mrs. Phillips, ' I sustained concussion of the brain. Whan pickcd up I was unconscious, of course, and was taken to the uearest house, where my condition was fonud to be so serious that I could not be taken home for a week. The doctor's advice was carried into effect, but still there was no sign of my health mending. I was so frightfully weak' and shaken that I was almost as helpless...

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ON DIT: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] That Boutcher, chemist, is leaving Cumnock. That (Messrs. A. H. Oldham & Co. will auction Mr.Boufccher'e furniture, Ac., on Saturday, 14tb instant. Tbat there is to. be no retrenchment in the Education Department. That it would be hard to 'cut' very much the salaries of some of our oouhtry teachers. That tenders are invited for two oontraots on ParkeB - Balderodgery road. That permits have been issued to 269 persons desirous, of proceeding from Queensland to South Africa. Tbat Parliament has again taken up consideration of the proposed Bogan Gate to Bulbodney railway. That Oronzo Presa is out with another weather forecast — for Sep tember, this time. That Trangie has now a paper all to itself, published by Mr. Stoneman late of Peak Hill. That Molong Band will render a sacred programme on tbe Bee. next Sunday afternoon. That the weather has been dull and threatening all the week — more rain hanging around. That the Milltborpe Show this month promises to be an unprece dent...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Obley News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Obley News. ( [From our own Correspondent.] At last ! We have had beneficial rain registering 233 points for the last eight days of August, and this has given grass and herbage a sufficient growth for sheep to have a change from com, wheat, oats, chaff, straw and scrub, &c. ? A tennis match was played here on fiofnw^aiT Unfitr/iAn fnnrwo vanitaannfinff Mavuiuaj vcmcDu uoauto i.opggou«iug Yeoval and Obley, and resulted in a win for the former by 48 to 80 games. Mr. T. Coady returned from Wel lington to-day where he bad been for tbe last three weeks under tbe treat ment of Dr. Graham, suffering from a dangerous affection of tbe throat. Mr. Coady's was the sixth case of the kind that had come under tbe notice of Dr. Grabam, and all proved fatal, on operation, except thie present one. Mr. and Mrs. Coady speak very highly of Dr. Graham's skilful treatment and kindness. It would be a great convenience to , this district if the road known as the short cut to Wellington was surveyed...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The '39 Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

The '39 Drought. Mu. J. Nesbitt, of Melrose, furnishes the Mudgee Post with the following ac count of the '39 drought Some years ago a very early resident of the Carcoar district, in speaking of the '39 drought, said he remembered travelling from Sydney in that year by the old coach road to Bathurst, and that the Nepean was then dry where now there is that splendid reach of water above the j railway bridge. On mentioning this, ' shortly afterwards, to one ot tne original settlers of Bowenfels, an old gentleman then in his 90th year, he said that it could not have been so, otherwise he would have known of it, as he had then fre quently occasion to go to Sydney. But, he continued, the creek which runs through what is now Lithgow went dry, which it was never known to do pre viously (and had not since up to the time of his speaking), and remained so four months. „ At Bathurst the Macquarie was reduced to a series of waterholes, but water could probably be got anywhere in the bed of the ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Bumbury. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Bumbury. ? -?- ? ? [From our own Correspondent.] Nice steady rain fell here throughout Saturday night;, 40 points being reg istered. Everyone appears jubilant, for the prospects of the future are much brighter. The young crops are 'showing up fairly well and grass is shooting along nicely — a great relief to stockowners. Many farmers are busy now plant ing potatoes, the ground being favor able to ploughing. I notice we have a maintenance man on the road here again . after a lapse of pretty well two years, and I can safely say his services were missed by those whose business compelled them to travel our highways during his absence. However, all things come to those who wait long enough. The maintenance man is preparing tbe road to receive the long-promised blinding, for which tenders have been called. v

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong Band. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

molong Band. On Sunday afternoon next the Molong Batid will render the following pro gramme on the Recreation Grohnd, commencing at 3.80:— March, 'Lo He Comes' ; Chorus, ' Consider and Hear Me ' ; Quick March, ' Forward ' ; Chorus, ' A Song of Siou ' ; Anthem, ' God be Merciful ' ; ' God Save the King.' ?

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

t ? Wool JKegiorf. Win-jhcombe, Carson & Co., Limited, Sydney, under date of 3rd September, re port : — Wool of the new clip is coming in slowly, shearing having been delayed by the welcome rains which have fallen. Meantime there is every indication of a well-sustained market. We expect an animated selling season, although there is no likelihood of a ret urn to the very high fjrices of 1899. We are making fairly arge sales of local scoured skinwool by private contract at satisfactory prices. We sell again on the 17th instant, when very probably some portions of the new clip will bo available.

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New Telephone and Telegraph Lines. CONCESSION TO COUNTRY DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Mew Teleplftoneand Tele graph Lines. CONCESSION TO COUNTRY DISTRICTS. A nkw postal regulation involving an important concession to persons in country districts who are anxious to see cheap telephone and telegraph lines erected, was passed by the Federal Executive. Mr. T. Brown, M.H.R., says that it provides that : — In cases where the estimated probable telegraph (or telephone) revenue is not siiffinifint. to instifv the erection and maintenance by tbe department of a tele graph (or telephone) line for public use without guarantee, and where it is con sidered by the persons applying for the erection and maintenance of such lines that it will be to their advantage to con struct and maintain such lines at their own expense, the Postmaster-General may authorise the construction and main tenance of the line by such persons, subject to the following conditions : The conditions include, inter alia, the follow ing (a) The persons constructing the line shall not have, or exercise, any power...

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

Millthorpe. Millthorpe Oddfellows had ' a night out ' last Monday. A torchlight pro cession, marshalled by Messrs Kelly and Bently, then the local band followed by Oddfellows in regalia, and an improvised ambulance waggon, with two nurses, Misses Kelly and Higgins, and a patient, paraded tbe town with imposing effect and brought a crowd to the concert, which was held in the Temperance Hall. Brother P. F. A. Kinna, P.G.M., from Molong, presided. The ball was splendidly decorated, and nothing had been left undone to secure a pleasant evening. Bj-o. Kinna gave a humorous and enlightening address on friendly societies/ He was not there to depre cate other societies whose work was good, and amid applause he instanced the Druids, who had claims of £1200 through the disaster at Mt. Keuibla, and paid it like men. Tbe Manchester Unity was worth £10,000,000, and was tbe mother of other societies, He hoped all societies would work harmoniously far the oommon good. He then read an apology from ...

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

s- ' . * .. ' ; ? ? . ._? i * ? , '?' ? V. . - ' Australian Stores, ' ' ?' -i ^ ' '? ; V ' \ ? \ :;:;? ~- * |' I STILL TO THE FRONT 1 1 —FOB— ,- y | ' I . First Class Goods | j BOTTOM PRICES, i 1 \^J I Bank*street, Molong. ^ N * *

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[?] FROM 1st To 30th [?] 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

% jr.-.-. [?] [?] hail is probable. - ,^ld- westerly - winds will p^edomitiSite, V©en«i^ northerly. Sudden 8gu6lls.a|; timSs. Between 4tb and 5tb— fine genort41y,isome«hov?er8 ^eiike^ihero ; and there. ' Cool, ' or cold latmbsphejre, with heavy clouds , at times oyOTthe norah-i^t pQiiaon of the State ehieny. Between +-he 6th and 7ti):*J-T«tiahle. Thunder, and duet Btdrms, with raintor hail In places over the western and'east erndi»triet»; ceotral portion , of the Siate likely to participate. Fair .or fine elsewhere, .with some shpyvera /here and there. Variable-winds, westerly predom inant, veering northerly. . Bough sea, B^nalb ; - -:.?-:?:*? . -/ Between 8th and 9th.— Fair or fine generally, . with some showers here and there., ' Between 10th and 15th. —% Variable, cloudy ; thunder -and duBt storms, with rain pn hail in * places over the .northern and eastern districts, likely to extend over southern and central portions ofthe State. Fair or fine over western districts. Variable w...

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

[?] [?] ¥ tj lave tran8ferred£250worth of property to ^nother'wofcaan on the unaer^anding that the lattet Bhould ^eep tier for the '.; ' ^ - ?- ' South y': Wales, ' ?\yi^t1t^:^tte^«l'apil, stml ., ~y that j efciaU 'be -^set apart as a *^3ia|i :mijsptf^&- J%efcWs, Boldupto SOsj^fi^^^l^^anf eattle to £28, ^he 'chftinpion^ mecino r&i&, Presi the %dney auction /sales ia 1896, ? Australia iotK wSi^n ia killed and death from ^und^ 856 w0re ^uaded, 868 died ik: ^disease ? arid,; ,$Bo)!de^ total number of killed and: wounded being 1947, ; „ Ddcipg, the present year the services of no less than 480 civil servants have been dispensed with in Queensland, effecting a yearly saving of nearly £65,000. Hymns rarely appeal to the whistling boy, but the Mission ' Glory „ Song ' has caught ott wonderfully in. Sydney, Where just how it is whistled, hummed orsung by everybody everywhere. ? vA female witness at a Bega Court last week admitted that she was 22 years of age before a...

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Money in Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Honey flit JPIgs. ' Money in was!' quoth a well bnown farmer. 'From this out, what land I do not require for grass for my cows I will cultivate to raise feed — corn, pumpkins, Ac. Dairying and pig-breeding fills my book.' That same farmer keeps accounts, and knows to a penny wbat he is making on bis land. Grafton Grip says tbat 82 pigs from the Clarence Eiver averaged £7 25s per head in Sydney.

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Reedy Creek Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Het'dy Creek 1 Koa-l». — o — The residents of Reedy Creek recently held a meeting to consider the best method of having the road from Murga to the Bumbury Railway Statiotj improved. It was decided to ask the assistance of Dr. Ross, and to point out that the inci-eased traffic on this road warrantud it being classified so that it would receive a share of the annual roacft vote for improvement and maintenance. The meeting expressed approval of the past work of Dr. Ross in attending to the wants of that locality, and confident reliance was placed in his ability to have their just request carried out.

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(To the Editor of the, MOLONG ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

(To the Editor of thei Moloxg Akgits). Sir,— I beg, to tender my most sincere thanks to Messrs. P. Bradford, C. A. Williamson, John Neileon and J. W. , Williatne* for initiating, and to all those ladies and gentlemen who so generously contributed to, the snbscription list on my behalf in connection with my recent sad bereavement. Language cannot ex press how grateful I feel to one and all zor their sympathy and kindness to me, and I pray that He Who watches over ns all will reward them ten fold for their generosity to the widow and fatherless. (MBS.) E. B. BENNETT. [The. list of subscriptions and donations appears elsewhere in tbis issue.— Eu. A.] _

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Rabbit Destruction. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Babbit Destruction. Thjb Corowa Babbit Board has pre patsd tbe following condensation of thewBSt means employed in destroying rabbits by poisoning'witb phosphorised pollard for tbe guidance of land holders under its jurisdiction That tbe Board recommend tbat tbe follow ing methods be pursued in destroying rabbits. Where rabbits are at all numerous phospborised pollard, pro perly mixed according to directions, to be laid systematically over tbe infested ground at intervals of not more than 10 chains between trails, care being taken to make a good scratch or fur row into which the baits are dropped, and to cover same if stock arg running in the paddock. A bait coverer can be procured to attach to distributor at! a fsost fit 7k jSd to 10a. If above direc- ! tionS are!fbUdy?ed 75 to 90 percent, of thei rabbits should be dead within a weelt or ten days, and those left can be reduced by hunting with dogs, ?. fumigating, digging out burrows, &c. : Should heavy rain fall 'within two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

THING OF BEAUTY AND A JOY FOR EVER! THE SINGER New Cabinet Set Table Machine. Agency: BANK STREET, MOLONG. : F. SYDENHAM, Representative. 1^ PALING'S (Patented) VICTOR PIANOS. A to/ye Victor Pianos are specially A II made to our order, designed ? 1 I# and patented by us, Known as Vf f Vi-Jtor I, Victor II, and I I U/ye New Victor Upright I ' 1 Grand (with 3 pedals). I I These Pianos at the price are the I I best value obtainable. 1 I To/ye tone is full and rich, touch I I excellent, handsome cases, 1 I arid durability guaranteed. I 1 If you want a good grade Piano I | at a moderate cost J 1 BUY A VICTOR. I 1 That's the Piano you want. ^ I I * * * 1 I Old Pianos taken in Exchange. 1 I New Pianos Sold on Easy Terms. 1 I Catalogues Free. 1 lW. H. Paling' Co., Ltd., | | 338 GEORGE ST.. SYDNEY. j Cn XT A ID SPIF TQ C? k vj^ XX X\i «a» X \» HAS much pleasure in thanking the Public of Molong and district for^the liberal patronage accorded him since be commenced business. For the present Fe...

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Cargo News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Cargo News. Owing to ill-healtb, Dr. Geraty has resigned as President of the Cargo Progress Association. At a special meeting Dr. Geraty's resignation was received with regret, and Mr. M. Byrnes (Vice-President) elected to the vacant position. Mr. A. J. Quick was appointed V.P. in place of Mr. Byrnes. Another meeting of the Association was held on the 3rd instant to elect a new member of the Committee, vice Dr. Geraty resigned. Messrs. E. G. Ingham and James Hamilton were nominated, and the ballot re sulted in Mr. Ingbkm being elected by a majority of one, the numbers being Ingbam 8, Hamilton 7. After tbe election business was finished tbe meeting resolved itself into a public gathering, in order to receive the re port of the delegate to Sydney (Mr. J. Worrall) re the railway route. Mr. Worrall was introduced to Minister O'Sullivan by Dr. Ross, and informed the meeting that Mr. O'Sullivan was much impressed by the powerful claims of Cargo to the most favorable consideration, when as...

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