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Cumnock. JUVENILE FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Cumnock. ^STryiTiES{ : On Thursday evening, 4th instant, a Juvenile Ball, organised by Mr. A. E. Philpott, was held in Mr. J. Leary's ballandwas a decided success. , About 250~juveniles and adults were present. Dancing commenced at 7.30 p.m., some 180 youths and maidens taking the floor and, with few exceptions, it was their ' first dance.' Messrs. W. TASherringbam, Jas. McCormack and Ja&. March acted as M's.C., and had a difficult task in piloting the children ? through the mazy movements. Dur ing the evening skipping contests were conducted and awarded as fol lows : — Under 14 years of age, Mattie Sherringbam 1st, silver - mounted cheese dish valued at 10s 6d ; Maggie Eerin, under 10, 2nd prize, gilt butter dish ; Katie Hogan, under 10, gold brooch ; Linda Boss, under 6, cash prize. The skipping concluded, re- j freshinents were handed round, tbe latter being liberally supplied by tbe ladies who made it their business to see tbat everyone was provided for. It being little ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letter from Capetown [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] ? '- J- ' ? , ; itfs f *» ? ~ — r ??' ? ? ? V-*v;: Mb. J. !E, Ceaven, who recently left Jjockwood for South Africa, writes The city ofCapetown (where Mr. W. Ct. T, Hardwick, one time resident of-] Molong, has a snog little billet) is situated on the southern shore of Table Bay, with the broad waters- of the bay. spreading out to the north and west, ; antil is bounded on tbe South by Table Montttein. wbmh nuAQ frm« tha coo. level almost perpendicularly to a height of 8300ft above sea-level, and gives it the appearance of a huge ' sentinel watching over the city day and night. The city occupies an area of about 640 acres lying between this great mass of barren rock and the . waters of the Bay. If it were not for tbe narrow streets and narrow side walks (sotne of the the latter are too narrow for three persons to walk side ! by side) it would be rather a nice little city. I like it^ very well in fine weather, but there is room for a good deal of improvement, one of tbe prin ciple o...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Shearing Dispute. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] To theidito^ oi:4be Anirtis.; , Sib,— As one . in pastoral ^ur^uite||i3r^hi|Ja6t: jreatt, fcatiipv&r and who .may fairly dispute, may X offer a few ,temarks upon the whole qaestun^ and also a suggestion for a settlemen t for the ; current season. . I think that fbbse know -ny- thihg ot^ ^ ^h^iabor /ia- ^New South Wales will'admit that nohe is so well paid as shearing at £1 per 100. No doubt the sheep are denser . than formerly, and therefore harder to shear. But then formerly the price was 17s 6d, and rations, &c., are cheaper now, and the facilities for travelling from shed to shed are greater . and cpst less. Of course, exceptional cases of low and of high average earnings can be produced by one side or the other, but these depend upon two things — first, the shearer's skill ; second, tbe weather. In any wet season, of course, little is earned. Last year I was trying to shear all October, and we only worked eight days in four weeks. Of course tbe shearers earne...

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

% ^BESBYTBEIAK.: o WeareT^^estedtd'^ the Rev. GeorgeMilne, of Wellington, will conr duct service in the* Presbyterian Church, Molo^^nezt Sjm^y^&h ?jj® . note thus fact. r ?

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cold Storage of Eggs. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Cold Storage of Eggs. The Secretary of the Board for Ex ports, Mr. H. V. Jackson, forwards us a pamphlet dealing with thp cold stor age of eggs. Last year 144,288 dozen eggs were stored, being 42,288 dozen in excess of the number stored . the previous year. This proves beyond 'dispute that the Board is meeting a publicdemand. The charges for storage are 3d Der case ner week, which works out at Id per dozen for 11 weeks' storing. Receiving and delivering costs 3d per case also. The saving effected by producers by the coll storage is enormous, as it tides them over any glut in tbe market, Eggs for storage should be new laid, and should not bfe washed or coated with any preservative. The storage season commences September 8th. Full par ticulars on application at this office.

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MYRANGLE STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

MYEMJOOJ STUD. The Martiui-Henrymare, TeaRose (dam ? of Niphefos and Velox) has foaled a fine brown filly to Ruenalf at Mr. A. E. Anderson's Myrangle Stud.

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True Story. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

True Story. (Contributed.) Scene at the Post Office. Tramp and Besideat consulting Mr. Russell's forecast. Tramp (with .ultra fine contempt): ' Russell 1 Huh ! Lot 'e knows, don't 'e ? Look 'ere ' (reading report), 1 ' ' cloudy, with rain in parts.' Where's j the bloorain' clouds ? Huh ! ' (Again turning to report) : ' Writes a bloouain' school-boy's 'and, too!' Collapse of Resident.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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THE LATE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

THEiXiATB WAR. Ofi'ICIAl sta&l^os have been': pubished showing that the Boer war - cost England in killed 5770, in ' wounded 22,800 ; deaths from wounds or disease 16,170. A Parlia mentary paper stat«s that fhs force em ployed' in tlte ' Boe* ' war numbered 448,435, of whom 5774 were killed, _22, 829 were wounded, while* 16,189 died' either from wounds or disease.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A Printer Greatly Surprised. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

A Printer Greatly Surprised. ' I never was so much surprised in my life, as I was 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 oyer the Gazette, I noticed that Pain Balm was positively guaranteed to cure rheumatism, so bought a bottle of it, and before using two tbirds of it my rheumatism had taken its flight, and I have not had a rheumatic pain since.' Sold by H. W. Macord, Chemist, Molong

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"PRISON SUNDAY." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

'PRISON SUNDAY.' Sunday last, besides being set apart as a 1 . day of thanksgiving for the recent lyrin, was observed as ' Pnson'Sunday ' through- 1 out the State.. Sermons were preached having reference to the obligations of the community to assist, not only in the pre* vention of crime, but io keep those who, having erred, are desirous or doing well in the future.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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PROFITABLE DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

PROFITABLE DAIRYING. In spite of the drought there are people on the land who contrive to make ends meet with a very substantial margin to spare. Mr. Thompson, M.L.A., has re ceived some interesting figures respecting profitable dairying in a small way on the Manni ng. A farmer named G. Hav ward, at Coram, milked 12 cow during tne first fortnight .of July, and 13 during the second fortnight. He sent hismilkto the Manning RiVer Co-operative Co., at Uoraki.. The net amount of his return for the month was £35 9s., The average therefore works out at £2 16s 9d pej-'cow. The.u^ert^king is only on a sma^acale, .hutit proveB that with a fairly favorable season and a fairly good market there is money to be made out of the land.

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RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. There has been a lot of discussion— ad- verse at that— lately upon the question of Railway management. This month the seven gears' period for which the Com missioners Were appointed will expire, and it is believed that ine majority of members in the Assembly are in favor f»f only one Commissioner. The matter will likely be discussed in the House shortly, but the Premier declines to say anything on the subject.

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SERGEANT-MAJOR WASSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

SERGEANT-MAJOR WASSON. Commenting upon the fact that Staff Squadron Sergeant-Major J. Wasson had resigned from the Regiment, Forbes Times says;— 'Sergeant-Major Wasson was appointed drill instructor of the Mounted Rifles at Molong soon after his return from South Africa, a position he held prior to the Boer war. It was hardly to be expected, however, that- an officer who had rendered distinguished service in the campaign would permanently accept such an appointment.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

CRUMBS. Pkksons are cautioned against shooting, i &c., in Gam boola paddocks. y Read Millthorpe Show advertisement, , 1 appearing in to-day's Aku us. g Baptist Tea-meeting at Bocobble on $. Wednesday next. Garra cricketers are getting in form - for the coming season. Hon . F. Jago Smith, M.L.C., baa a letter ? iivto-day's issue on ' The Shearing Dis pute.' -ring rong enthusiasts are growing ex cited over next week's Tournament. Be careful about ' dropping remarks.' They may be picked up. Messrs. S. D. Bennett & Co, hold a sale of land to-morrow in the assigned estate of Robert and H. E. Thomson. A right royal reception was accorded the Cumnock soldiers on Wednesday last. Service at the Presbyterian Church (Molong) oa Sunday evening next. Trespassers in Mr. M. J. Serin's pad docks, Ardell, Balderodgery, will be prose cuted. The Federal Capital site will in all probability be chosen during the next Federal Parliament. Cumnock teachers and pupils raised £5 os Gd towards...

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

Furniture ! Furniture ! ggfegSg 1 i BS =B5 g- gg ——S-ggg JOHN NEILSON to the Front ! ^ & MY ILLU8TBATED FURNITURE CATALOGUE. Those living in. the Country | ^===s=ss-=r- 's ' Can be as well served with FURNITURE at NEILSON'S as if fcsss tbey were in the Furniture Warehouses in Sydney. m . SIDEBOARD J l 1 III I Furniture for Every Kind of Home. Cheap* Medium. Costly BAMBOO DRAWING ROOM SUITES, 7 pieces, Settee, 2 Arm Chairs, 4 Small Chairs, uphols tered back, loose cushions, best quality plush, every shade — -Price £G 15s. A very Superior Suite. SIDE BOARD, Plate-glass Back, fitted with shelf ; made in stained walnut or cedar ; 8ft 6in— Price £8 5b— A Bargain. AUSTRIAN CHAIRS— all prices. ^ STRETObSjRS, double wire (with legs), 12s 6d. ® DOUBLE- WOVE WIRE MATTRASS \for double gzt bed) 18s 6d. ? BBpSTEADS, 2ft 6iu- wire mattrass and top w»| majbtrass, complete,, £8 2s 6d. BEDSTEADS, 4ft 6in, wire mattrass and best jtapok mattrass, &c., £4 19s. CRETONNE COUCH, 80s. Splen...

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Local and General. LOOMBAH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] LOOMBAH. , Mb. G^B-^BRtt!JBJ^fli(00mbah,wites;- ; . -t-^Wjb 1Sehayiog£ni-»£pring id 'the grass . ; stoatareini^ proving Mi 1 - V y

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

For your Qroeerles, Fruit, Confectionery, -fec., Ac., go to J. E. CAMPBELL'S— the Cheapest Store in Town. , Customers waited on for orders, and parcels delivered.* ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Hullo there ! Please ring up E. Blackadder, of Molong, and order lor me one of bis 4s Cd AJ&rm Clocks ; alsb a Two-tune Musical Clock at 16s, and an Ei^ht Day Striking Clock at 16s. Iam tp be m&tried on Wednesday and must have hiB reliable clocks in my house.'— Gus. v BEOS has purchased hpstelry, which has recently fa£sn.ren6vated thronghoa|t. ihas making U one of'the best an a moss comfort- , able retreats intheWest. ? ^ Splendid Sample Booms for Commercial Travellers. r BATH BOOMS, &o. Buggies and Horses always on Hand Attentive Groom. - ^ ' Edward Hogan, Courthouse Hotel, HILIi Well Watered Paddocks. No Responsibility. Good Stabling. First-class Table. ? ' \ * CHARGES MODERATE. f — THE — ^ Cairaturaal Irafel CUMNOCK. J. W. MeDonnell, PROPRIETOR. ONLY the best Brands of Liquo...

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On a Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

On a Visit. ? — U ? Mb. Louis Rioh, of Windsor Stores, Molong, formerly of tbe firm of Nelson and Bich, was on a visit to Walgett this week, says Walgett Spectator. It is a great many years since Mr. Rich retired from business in Walgett and bis visits to tbe scene of bis old commercial enterprises are few and far between. However, Mr. Rich has big enterprises in tbe town and district yet, and bis property here is of con siderable extent. Many old Walgett ites were pleased to renew acquaint anceship witb tbis prominent citizen of former days. Mr. Rich only stayed ft few dajg in Walgett.

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Amaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Amaroo. [From oub own Cobrespondent.] The prize lor best attendance at' Sun day School during the past year was won by Miss Eva White, and she was presented with a book on Sunday after noon. A Thanksgiving Service, on account of tbe recent rain, was held in St. Luke's Church ou Sunday last, conducted by Mr. W. Shapland, jun. (Reader). The regular monthly meeting of the Progress Association taues places on Wednesday, 17th instant, at7.80p.rn. Three points of rein fell on Wednes day 3rd. Some of the farmers are preparing ground for maize. I am informed tbat some rabbit trappers have been and still are at work in parts of this locality, and are making good money by securing plenty of rabbits and sending them to Sydney. It is undoubtedly a good method of dealing with the rabbit pest at tbe | present time, for not only is it ] diminishing them, but also turning bunny to a profitable use. They are still numerous in some parts of tbis locality.

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Peak Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] [?] Now, Mn Editor, the most fitting item to Jb^gi^t^»nall budget of news with is of ; We have had such a longtime to write about the ' disastrous 1 drought' ? .that onefinds it a pleasure to chronicle (even thbugh it will be stale -\nfeWtfV1iihe splendid fillof nun throughout the district during the last few days in Aumat-^152 points. Already the. earth is putting on the Mantle of green' and residents are . quite light-hearted* , smile when they meet, an*d, Jn nine cases out of . ten, B«trr tne conversation witn ' i nere will be good feed for stock next week.' If & person was given to betting, lie could almost wager. -bn that prophecy. . The . * cropsare nowina fair way to warrant farmere ih expecting a fair return for their labour. 1 hope tbey will have a ' bumper ' .harvest to make up, for losses sustained' in the eairly part of this year. Stock has' advanced threefold'in price and fodder has declined Considerably m cost. MHtoG. 1 There is Buffi^eot water in the vario...

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