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Cumnock Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Cumnock Cricket Club. The annual meeting of the Cumnock Cricket Club was held on 3rd Septem ber, when the following officers were elected : — President, Mr. S. P. Reynolds ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs.U. McDonnell, W. Raphael, A. J. Finch, W. Black, A. E. Anderson and John Leary ; Treasurer, Mr. A. E. Beer ; Secretary, Mr. M. A. Leary ; Selection Committee, Messrs. J. March, M. A. Leary and G. J. Black ; Practice Cap tains, Messrs. C. M. Ireland, P. White and G. J. Black ; Working Committee, Messrs. C. M. Ireland, P. White, A. E. Beer, N. J. Miller, J. March, C. Finch and G. J. Black. The sub scription was fixed at 5s. A new mat will be required this season, and as it was thought there would not be suffi cient funds to purchase one, four of the members have guaranteed the amount required. Tbe first practice commenced this week. Some new members have joined the Club, and Cumnock will be represented this season by a very strong team.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER fl. When the hearing was resumed this morning Mr. Pilcher drew his Honor's attention to the cases of Bridges v. Garrett, L.R. 5, C.P. 451 ; and Pearson v. Scott, 9 Chancery Division, ^)7 and 208, in which the Court decided- that a payment by cheq ue was a good paymen t . ,y, His Honor said he had hot .^d an op portunity of looking at the cases now cited but the view he took , was that as far as the transaction on April 9 was concerned the payment of the cheque for £60 to Bennett, the agent,* although accepted by him,, was riot a payment within the author ity of Bennett to receive it. - His authority was limited to receiving- the deposit of £50» andthe fact of Bennett 'receiving the cheque in payment of the deposit was not, as it appeared to him, binding upon the defendant. AjBOon as the cheque was shown to defeiidanthe refused to accept it as payment, and he was entitled to ao so. That being so, the question . was as to the effect of the discussion which took plac...

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. At the close of the plaintiff's case Mr. Want moved for a nonsuit, on the ground that plaintiff had not proved the com pletion of the contract aud that the evidence went to show that before plain tiff tendered the £50 in cash the defendant repudiated the proffered contract as being too one-sided. i After hearing argument his Honor said he would deliver his decision on the i following morning, and the Court ad journed. I

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A Gregra Case. OVER A PRODUCE TRANSACTION. McFARLANE v. WREN. £1000 CLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

A Gregra Case. OVER A PRODUCE TRANSACTION. focFARLANE v. WREN. £1000 CLAIMED. The above case came on for hearing before Mr. Justice Owen' and a jury of four at Sydney on Friday last. Mr. Pilcher, K.C., ana Mr. Rolin, in structed by Messrs. Laurence and M'L'di l:-n, appeared for the plaintiff ; and Mr. Want, K.C., aa-I Mr. Wiadeyer, instructed by Messrs. Curtiss and Barry (agent for Mr. S. Kearney, of Orange), for the de fendant. This was an action brought by Charles M'Farlane, produce merchant, carrying on business at Orange, against Joseph Wren, a farmer of Gregra, near Molong, to re cover compensation for alleged breach of contract for the sale by the defendant of certain stacks of hay and straw. Mr. Pilcher, in stating tbe case on be half of the plaintiff, said that prior -to April 3 last a commission agent at Molong named Bennett went out to defendant, who resides about eight miles from Molong, and interviewed him with refer ence to sis or seven stacks of hay and straw which he ...

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

v Cure. ' The Case fTS^ F. BROWN. (BT OUE REPORTER.) The Rerioup student and the cuual reader ali ku will find much to iut6rest tliem in.the b ?(joined statements, which were made by Hn Fitxlericl; Brown, of Henley-street, North botany. *? JCveu when quite a yojjpg.man,' said Mr. Brown, ' I was a great sufferer from . indigestion ; aud in-my of the residents of But-.inv, where I have- lived for the past ek:v years, Uuow th*t it was not through c.'ii ci ssiieaa or inattention on my tat't that I coiiKl not get rid of my wretched com plaint, for I tried nearly all the medieinei in the country, liesiiles taking those pre scribed for mo by doctors. Had I neglected to treat my di-orders, like some people do, I would only have had myself to blame, hut as I marie so many attempts to get well f thought it was very hard lines indeed that I could get nothing to do me good.' *? Your futile t^lorU must nave been very discouraging ; but what were your chief troub es?' the newspaper man enquired. ...

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The Record Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] Tips Hon. F. B. Snttor, M.L.C., of . Bathur&t,^ has v^efch ^ the -the IAm-'

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Tyson's Millions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Tyson's aiililoiii. i ' The two or three millions that were left behind him by the late James Tyspn, wealthiest of Australian squat ter^, without tbe slightest intimation of a wifih or a desire in the matter of their - disposition, continue to M an object of interest to eccentric claim ants in various parts'of tbe worid. A gentleman of Ayr, Scotland; is the latest applicant for .permission to nlav with them. He has sent a formidable document to the highest legal authori ties in, Melbourne, proving on biblical testimony 'that; the: ^Jysdn^ millions were predest-iiea to 4-e Applied to the rebuild|ng[ of: Soi6hsoh'a temple at Jerasatem. : In any ^ Ipotland may Claim to contain frWppjy Ayr.

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Plug Pong! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

JPln^ Pong ! iH Ohe of the drought-s'tricken parts of Queensland a correspondent writes : — tn tbe midst of our sonrows we are thankful that we have ping pong to fall back on,, beoause it raises our faith in human nature. Staid, stern business met), fathers, and magis trates, with whom we always associ ated depression and drought and ' six months hard,' may /now be seen smiling benignly and (uttering 'love all,' 'love: thirty,' with a com placency that would do credit to a Mormon elder.

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Thanking the Public. [To the Editor of the MOLONG ARGUS.] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] [?] 7 finmcien t tatipfffiil r Iptlely-fead ladies. abd ? assisted nie . list in aid of the ? ; late' BenDe^^ojV€d»^eftnnprovided ^for— the father and riissaaisii ? 1 ? ; i_ ^ .TV™ ?f'' UU WMUVI\UIU1101^ SlCttDSBBI the unfortunate and dej»(^le cpIdi-Mil,' -Any lady or gentle man wh6 liasv&ot liad an opportunity to aamst the belplesB can do so by leaving Uieir oontribyiu^ns of any kind at Mr. F. Bradford's Post Office Hotel, Molong, All contributions sent to the above gentle man or myself ' will be acknowledged in both local papers, the proprietors having congested to publish the lists free of charge.— Youre, &c., JOHN W. WILLIAMS.

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

K3'E^f||ppjE:! ; / ^:|p TO THE RESIDENTSOF CUMNOCK ^ 'V AND DfSTBICT. | A- E. PHiLPOTT J B ft SIRES to inform bis old Customers io -1 Cumnock and Surrounding Distriet * || that hehas again commenced business at ''?*% Cumnock as 7 Saddle and Harness Maker AND ' , BOOT REPAIRER, and has come to stay. I trust to again re- '-i ceive that generous support so liberally &c» corded by the Public in the past. O' In consequence of the disastrous season, my prices will be as low as possible. A- E, PHILPOTT, . j CUMNOCK. ; ittra. Jt. C. Hlogb HA8_ added to tbe list of her valuable prepara tions a number of others from the pnnto prescriptions and medical notes of her late hoi band, DR.O. E. R. LLOYD, M.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.8.E., Ac., Registered, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane. § These Remedies are dis pensed under the immediate care of a leading Sydney Pby s sician, and will be k&bwn as the BIOSOZON REMEDIES, and may be obtained from MRS. A. C. LLOYD Only, at the uni form price of 10s 6d...

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

[?] WAiTHAM k^liOTHERHAM Lever Watches. . — ? ? 'Vr^i F Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. A.LL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. i Try one of ray RlieillllUtic Rings for Rheumatism. 3s each. ;'~3ta. ? : » a .. silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d (fiff Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, ^ Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames - { in Steei, Nickel, Alumino, Rolled Gold, and Solid Gold. PfW^g^ilba Spectacles from Is to 85s. _ A t ^ , All latest Designs in Brooches. GOLD LINKS, any Design from 12/6 pair Large Stock of Pretty Cbarms and Gold Crosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding & Keeper Rings Try Watches at 21s. Lever Movement and non-magnc* tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, 17c M HI. BLACKADDER, JEWELLEE, IMXDLOHSTGk SHIP flUfiVI ? 0 ? NOW COMING FORWARD A LARGE SHIPMENT OF New Summer Drapery I INDENTED DIRECT FROM GLASGOW. Watch for Future Announcements . ? o ? Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies, &c. (THE FARMERS' ^HRND) ^ CUMNOC...

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The Fodder Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

The Fodder Duties. Shown, M.H.R., baB received the following official reply from the Acting Prime Minister to representa tions made by him at the request of district public meetings, that suspen sion of the fodder duties should be granted to meet abnormal drought conditions : — ? ± ft tr* ' or .External Affaire. Mel bourno, 2nd September/1902.-^Sir— I fentl / Minister^ PMfca at «bte is&a ISSSS h yoa» witb reference to %e Sn„ of duties on fodder- : Ifrf me you that +Ko8 e y - ^^ecument on more than ope occasion, and thev are '«n able to see their way clear to comply wlth their requests to remit dutifeB imMsed bv th? Federal Tariff on fodder. ItluSfiS pointed out in Parliament lihr ' |»:aaan^passg-. Government js returned to the sS ? . A ...... ? ?

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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Ladies' Column. [Contributed.] We are coming back to muslin, but 1 not to starch, and there is an attempt to revive the classic sandal, the sole fastened to tbe foot by ribbons crossing j and recrossing over the foot and ankle. That there is nothing so variable as millinery is more forcibly brought out this season than ever before. But whatever the hat is, it must be broad and flat, with a little droop at tbe back and ends tbat fall over on the hair. The last feature is one of the dis tinctively new items in trimming, and every thoroughly approved model is characterised by loops and ends of black velvet or soft Louisine ribbon, or lace arranged in a casade, with gorgeous long-stemmed roses caught here and there in the mesbes. In some of the most dressy bats this fall of lace reaches quite to tbe waist line ; in others it comes only to the shoulder. Flowers are more in evidence than ever before, and. -many hats suggest huge bouquets. The whim of the moment is the garland of tiny rose...

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Molong's Member. QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE. Teacher's Residence, Cudal. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] in ? Dr. Boas asked tbe Minister of 1 PoJjIip; | io he and tendera i ^ll^d lorj lor .pi ^poblid school teacher^ ^side|ice at Cadai ? (2.) WiU he ttjft^biftisiohtsmMe on tbe^ ensuing ast^iaafcesjfor the ewc i tion of a jstiit%ble residence for the public school teacher at Bocobbie, near Molong ? , . . Mr. Percy answered,—^.) The en largement of the Cudal residence will be put in band as soon as ? funds are available.^ (2.) The matter of tbe Bocobbie' residence will' be considered when the estimates are passed. It is not an urgent case, inasmuch as tbe teacher now lives in a comfortable house tor which he its paid a rent allowance. '* v.

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Corner Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Comer Comments. Tbat there are 18,000 people in the employ of this State, so the Premier says. Tbat a Christian woman in India has given birth to a child having two heads, four eyes and three bands. That Matron Hoadley, one time of Molong, has been appointed Matron of Mudgee Hospital. That tbe above lady was one of those | who went to South Africa nursing sick ' 1 ? ?..3.3 „ 1 j: ? j ? : — j.u„ ana wounaea soiuiera uuriug tut) juubl war; ' That daily experience shows how tbe middleman is sucking tbe life blood out of farmers of this State. That the Member for Mudgee has just succaededin screwing £519 over due subsidy from the Government. That Mr. Louis Rich, of Molong, has 1000 head of bullocks on rented country near Cunnamulla, but be is unable to send them to market owing to the stock routes being devoid of pasture. That the losses in sheep, Molong district, owing to the drought, is esti mated at about 40 per cent, all round. That there are isolated instances, i however, among sma...

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Bridge at Goolagong. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Bridge at Goolagong. i Dr. Boss asked tbe Secretary for Public Works,— (I.) Is he aware that during the twenty-one years Dr. Ross has represented the district of Molong in Parliament tbat be has over and over again protested against tbe delay in proceeding* with the construction of a bridge over the Lachlan at Goolagong, and can the Minister ehow to this House and tbe country any just or valid reason why tbe erection of the bridge is not now being pro ceeded with, seeing tbat tbe money appeared, and was passed on the last estimates for its erection ? (2.) What justification or excuse can he offer for delaying to proceed with tbis long delayed and necessary public work now that the money has been voted by Par liament ? Mr. O'Sullivan answered, — (1.) Tenders were received for this bridge last year, but owing to insufficiency of funds none were accepted. (2.) Re vised plans and estimates are being prepared, and efforts are being made to so modify the cost as to allow a contract to be ...

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Erection of Court House, Eugowra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Erection of Court House, Eugowra. Dr. Ross asked the Secretary for Public Works,— When are steps likely to be taken, and tenders called for, for tbe erection of a courthouse at Eugowra, tbat has been recommended and approved of by tbe Department of Jhstice for the last few years ?. Mr. O'Sullivan answered, — I can only inform the hon. member that the erection of this building is contingent upon the provision of the necessary funds by Parliament ; but like many other urgent works it has had to re main over for tbis reason.

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

Canowindra. ? : ? + ? : ? ? Ma. J. T. Cbawfobd last week lost a valuable yearling colt for which he re cently refused £80. It is supposed tbe colt picked up some of the old phosphorised bai^s lying about, causing his death. While engaged cutting chaff a young man named Reitzman bad. the third finger of tbe left band almost severed at the first joint, while a cut to the bone laid open tbe full length* of the first finger and extended almost wholly across the palm of tbe hand. One of the most popular weddings ever celebrated in Canowindra took place in the local Roman Catholic Church on tbe 3rd inst. when Mr. Mark Eugene Newell, of Bandon, and Miss Evelyn, eldest daughter of Mr. Jno. Grant, 'Junr,, of Grantftille, Goolagong, were joined in the bonds of matrimony. Tbe deaths of two identities are reported — Mr. John Jacobs, and Mr. Charles Brown. Tbe latter, agttd 80, at one time held a large interest in the Blue. Jacket and adjoining mines. IJhe loss of sheep around Cano windra during...

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

J. E. CAifELL'S I The Beehive Store, j 8 § Bank Street, Moloug, IS THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT 11 WHEREAT TO PURCHASE IS Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. m Enamelware and Glassware. 9 NOTE THE ADDRESS 9 OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. m Wool. Produce. Grain. J NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE . 1 AGENCY CO., LTD., SYDNEY. 1 ACT AS SELLING BROKERS ONLY. Jl Consignors arc Absolutely Protected under a Clause in the Memorandum of Association of this Company. wool. 'm Commission for Selling is Three-Quarters (|) Per Cent. v| ((Including Receiving- into Store, Eire Insurance, , |j Weighing, Lotting, RcpackingCample Bales, % Advertising, Cataloguing, &c.) M Wool Realis- | waaaawwainur ising over 6«i per lb. the cbaroj^rill be . . . . 3d lid per Bale S I On Wools realising fid and oven^J per lb . . . . '2s (id per Bale I On Wools realising 4d per lb and under . . . . Is (id per Bale ^ Perfect System of Weighing. Way Bills Sunt on Application. fi ? o ? 4 Produce. 1 SALES of SHEEP...

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Victorian Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] 'it bver'. £200,000, and; aoodrding to a oon- the extent' of some £12,000, and sfceaniship owners v while makers of crates took £8000. It is said that ah^t BO^ ijjv'tig by the itidust^j ^hich alao a^ lor about £90,000 w6rth of rabbit skins jnstexpbrtedr ^

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