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

W* Jdtife 'at KI|k klodirf home— from the simple, yetartistic, ... El HALL'S BAMBOO DBAWINGBOOM SC^E;^CSpfe ^ Oa^lMsT ; ; M I - ©ccastonal Tabliv Whatnot, s^nd Flower-staiid to mfttch— 8 pi-oep ^ot. £5 5 0 Bp, ?;,.;??? HALL'S COtTAGE D#ffl-^&6oNt |urT|l. Sideboard, witt (Jlara Back; ^M= ; ' Dining Table, ^[%h-back Chafes^l Arm Ohiilr, Spring -BeatedCouclW fj§fe.v: '; HALL'S BEuR00M SlA'jyte, Dat-h^8 (Shew, with Glass attached, Marbletop , Kr 1 ^ WMh-stand. TOTeTrail. ijatffc Chair, and Wardrobe, with Plate»glass ?&-. Door and deep Drawer .. .. .. ./.,.. .. .. , . .. .. .. £7 17 6 R-: - * HALL'S FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTER BEDSTEAD, with Brass Foot-mil, SeT ||fe;Y - v Best Kap4k Bedding, and Triple Wire Mattress .. ? .. £4 17 6 F; Write fir* iiirtiliisti&ted Catalogue Ip^'- of 72Pagesand 500HlastrationB, , I®/ v - 1 . .. 13' Ifs at th eOffice of this Paper. g§^ .COUNTBY I A. HALL & COMPANY, Kj: 561 to 567, GEOBGE-STKEET, SYDNEY. Bfe' - ''! Leave Tram at Live...

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

Police Unties. J The following are a few of the duties tbat the police'of this State are called upon to perform .Inspector under the Liqupr (Licensing) Act. -.v.'. ? ' : Acting Clerks of Petty Sessions. Crowo'Lands. Bailiffs. Inspectors under the Diseased Animals arid Meat Act. Slaughterhouse Inspectors. Inspectors of: Magazines. Sanitary Inspectors under the Public IT ? UU A -I - ucnivu iivv*-. Inspectors under the Tobacco Act. Local Authorities under the Dairies' Su pervision Act. ' ,/ ' Local Authorities under the Public Health Act. Acting-gaolers. / Deputy Electoral Registrars. 1 Collectors of Parliamentary Electoral Lists Collectors of Sydne^ Municipal Rolls. Regulation of City Traffic. Issue of Timber and Quarry Licenses. Mining Warden's Bailiffs. Mining Warden's Clerks. Mining Regieti-ars. Inspectors of Diutiljerjes. Bailiffs of Small Debts Courts. . Registrars of Small Debts Courts. Inspectors of Weights atid Measures. , Issue of Miner's Rights, Business and ' Mineral Licens...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Sch(H»l or Arts. ? ? , s - W)-. ^ The monthly .meeting of the Molong School of Arts Committee was hqld on Friday evening. Present : Messrs. A. S. Bridekirk (chair), W. C. Fiocb, E. O. Finch, B. Harding, Jas. Rubie, R. P. Martin, R. J. Baker, Rev. A. Stephen and F. Shield (Secretary). Accounts amounting to over £9 were passed for payment. Signatures were attached to tbe papers to he sent to the Attorney General asking permission to dispose of piano by art union. On the motion of Rev. A. Stephen it was decided to instal the incandes cent light in tbe reading toom ; also to obtain an estimate of Jibe cost of installing the light throughout tbe building. It was decided to organise a Ping Pong ' Tournament to commence on Wednesdays 17th instant, and to be, played in the hall, admission for on lookers a silver coin. First prise 15s, second 5s. Entries to close on Sat urday, 18th. Messrs. Bridekirk, Finch and Baker were appointed a sub-committee to make tbe necessary arrangements.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Political Decalogue. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

i The PolltlcalDecalofue. At a Christian Citizensbip meeting held in Sydney, the Bev. A. S. O. James delivered * an address] Ton ' Righteousness in Political Life,' during the counse of which he quoted the following ten commandmants as the ' fundamental principles ' of tbe average politician ' First : Thou ' saait promise toy constituents all that they ask. If performance proves in convenient or impossible it is not necessary. Second : Be tbe abject slave and echo of thy party, and have ''no opinions of^thine own. Third : Expediency is tbe first law of politics ; study, not what is right, but what will pay best. Fourth ; Acquaint thyself with tbe science of underground en gineering, and with the hidden mys teries of log-rolling. Fifth : Also learn to sit upon a rail, and when thou bast counted beads climb down on the side of the majority. Sixth ; Speak in the House, whether thou under s tat) d est the matter or not ; then will thy simple constituents tbink tbat thou art a wise man. ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cudal Wedding BASTICK—HEALEY [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] [?] m ftn ' llfcaii f.ho j^Arrk Anti — TlH1- ? -7T* ' -TO''' V^fyiuyujf ? the party adjourned to the home of the bride's parents, wheicie the wedding hrieakfast %aS ^erved.i A lirge ber of invited guests were present from all parts of the district who added their congratulations - to the newly -wedded couple. Many pretty apd valuable presents were received.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Co-operation in Denmark. HOW THEY PAY FOR THEIR PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] HOW THETPAY rOETHBIEPLANT. ? j Contriboted.] j When farmers in Denmark decide u to build a creamery all tbe participants sign a. joint. note and borrow on this all thefmoney that is needed lor build ing adid equipping the Creamery., They do not sell shares, but each is responsible in proportion to the number of milk cows he owns. To the 'ilnoney lender they are, of course, {responsible, each and all of them ; wherefore this kind of security is always sought, and the money can be had at the lowest rate of interest. At the stock-holders' meeting, or, rather, ' members ' first meeting, they decide on a certain price, based on tbe butter quotation, which they will pay for butter-fat or milk. Whatever money they have left after paying for the milk is used first for tbe payments on tbe debt, and the balance is divided among the members in proportion to the milk thfey have brought to tbe creamery in the year. They most always set tbe price on milk so low tbat they are perfectly safe an...

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

[?] ./ ,That theadjburned meeting of the on Friday - - ' - ??; „ '? ^hatihisis a sad commentary up op the efficacyof' leading articles.' !f That a ping pong tournament lis, being arranged in connection with tbelc^alSiohool ofArts. } That Sydney publicans now keep the best i-f spirits— and sell the worst. ?. Aflftt unaer rae lonuence 01 ping ping;' &c*t tho local School of Arts has brightened up considerably. That in a recent Sydney bigamy case .the poor wife's name was Ida Pauline Juiianna Tarbottom ! That the local mill is, undoubtedly, the place for a study in black and white. That it is rumored General Booth will visit Australia next year. Tbat the prevalent local pest— tbe small boy and the pea rifle— is one that is causing alarm to tbe average sportsman. That wherever tbe man with the breechloader sights the ' kid ' and the rifle, he scoots away and gets out of range as quickly as possible, j That it is now a criminal act to sell codfish under 51bs in weight. Molongites...

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

[?] ©p jiofc leave 'fifowers in a sick-room . away until -. ' f ri *»seB pf|^dfcbeBS-tbirtydropspf y ? -dose.' ? . Salt ati# water will revive' a person when unooniscious from a hurt or fall. Seed jw^itoes oan be prevented limtM liisinn nmAlrni) *«riiVb 7 Myui OVi VUMUK VT VDlUK ' QUiUBVU VTIUU ? sulphur. ?.* China that has become stained may becleaned by robbing with salt or bath-brick. . h A little salt sprinkled oyer .tbe coffee befor^the water is added will belp to bring out the flavour. For should be cut with a shap pen knife on the wrong side. In tbis way_ tbe hair is sot injured. Don't allow grease to burn on' the outside of your frying pan. Wash it every time it is used. ' If new, boots will not polish, put a mr- little castor sugar on tbe brush wit^ - which you give the final shine. Shivering fits are tbe earliest indi cating of nearly every serious disease and should never he disregarded. A piece of common horseradish placed in a jug of cow's milk will keep it fresh for a ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Losses of Stock from Green Feed. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Losses of Stock from Green Feetl. Mr. J. Pottie, Government Veterinary Surgeon, writes : — Now that rain has fallen, owners may expect big losses from super purgation and dysentery. The green grass shoots are very deadly when there is no dry vegetation — as bad as Epsom salts — yes, as bad as Croton oil. If the enormous losses from this cause can be avoided, an immense saving will be effected. With the idea of helping, I forward a few hints. It is a difficult thing to deal with large herds and large flocks. These, as far as possible, must be shepherded, and only allowed to remain two hours feeding on the green shoots. v Even with ihis precaution, . hundreds will suffer. To deal with large mobs, use in drink or on the green feed lime or alum (make the water to taste), and on big runs use a band sower or pol lard distributor. Tbere are many trees with astringent bark on them. You can boil this bark, and use the liquid. You can, of course, cure all of those that can be handled. Use som...

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

[?] seeing that oughts always rising. , ' Ah impudent thing—a mitror. It i is continually casting reflections. ** Were you ever in a railway disaster ?' ' Yes ; I once kissed the wrong girl in a tunnel/' ?? Flattery consists, of having your secret opinion pf yourself expressed in theianguagsofothers. Storekeeper: ' It is about time your paid that bill.' Debtor : '»It is not a question of time, but of, money/' After all Sir John See is true to his fiscal principles. He has promised to shortly introduce a Bill for Protection —of marsupials. ' I'm twenty-eight, and; was never kissed by any living man/' boasted the neW woman. '-All are dead now, are they?' innocently asked her friend.' ' ' A friend in need is'a Mend in-, deed' — not much 1' 'How is that?' ' When you find a friend in need it is ten to one he will tackle you for a sovereign.' ^ A brilliant exordium on the pare of a certain politician : ' We shall never rest until we see the British lion walking hand in band with the flood...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Rural Deanery of Orange. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Rural Deanery of Orange. ' i.r' ' ? , , * A meeting of the Chapter of the above, , which includes Molong, Cudal, CanoblaS^ and Orange, was held on the lltb inst&tit atjHoly Trinity Schoolroom and Bectoryif the Rev. J. AUdis, B.D.', ' presiSing. 'By' request of the Bishop, careful attention wasdevote'd to the Tribunal Ordinance for' trial of. charges or ecfclesia8'ti(ialJ offences, and several suggestions were made for embodiment m the Canon.' During the afternoon session, two very' able and instructive papers were read by BeV. . j. Lintott Taylor and Bev. W: Yaughap Rose respectively-^ne on .tbe position of Sund&y Schools in the.Church,' and the other on the attitude' o'f the Ahglican Church towards others. '/The Bev! H. G. Chivers also contributed 'some .useful comments and additions.' '

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Grenfell Items. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Grenfell Items. From a letter received this morning from Mr. JJod. Black, w§ talre the folfoMng items concerning Grenfell and district ':— I suppose you heard of the great storm w-e had here. There was never anything experienced like , jt before. The hail wfs j something like four feet deep in the turn- ; table, and some yet remains, notwithstand ing that' it is nearly a fortnight since the j fall. -..v..- ?' 4 Grass and wheat seems to have.come -along wonderfully since the rain. ,; Around , Brundah and landra, about 12 nules from, here, the wheat is. a foot; .high, anii in;, many other places the crops , are -very for ward, so much so that fanners have thought it expedient to ' ea.t it down.' A grand haul was made here the other day . A couple of gentlemen bought about ; 8000 sheep in splendid 'order from the.! Pinriacle Station at the low rate. of ,6s per, heaa. After the rain they were ofEered. 5s per head on their bargain not to take delivery. The offer was refused, and the shee...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Gregra Case. A Verdict for Defendant. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

The Gregra Case. A Verdict for , Defendant , . ' SYDNEY, Thuhsday; The action, McFarlane v. Wren, was con cluded tord&y. Defendant deniefi tbat the contract 'bad been completed^ or that he had been 'fiaid the £50 deposit as a conditioii prece dent to the performance of the contract. Qoonsel then addressed the jury and thb latter retired. After deliberating fdr'ati hour and a half they returned a anapim ous verdict for the defendanl;' and found that Che' offer had been withdrawn. {The first pdrtion of this case will be - fouud on page 7. The proceedings lasted five days, uijd excited widespread local interest., The verdict seems to be a popular one locally.] : '

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Shearers' Strike Ended. A.W.U. ACCEPTS £1 PER 100. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Shearers' Strike hauled. A.W.U. ACCEPTS £1 per 100, . J From information to band this mOrbftfj* ,we learn that tbe Bhearers' ;strike has been : settled, the A. W.U- Executive deciding to ,8$|tidon for th'e'remaindta'.of ^ja^^easQ^L, ' their demands for an increiuse jii tiie piicej of shearing. 1 ?' '? v~'' ' ' ' \.--h Mr. D. McDonnell, G-eneral, Siecretart of the Union, wires that 'iir ht& '',beip decided to diBcontinue the struggle; ati^ accept £1 per 100. - ;; ' ? ' - '' '

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Racing Association. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Racing Association. Ms. J. G. Wbston, Secretary of Parkes 'Jockey Clnb, informs as that the Con ference of Western Clubs will be held at ;? Orange oh , &e 24th instant, at Byers' ; Exchange Hotel. Lieutenant Colonel Smith and Mr. J. F. Wynne will represent Molong, and Messrs. J. Leary and A. H. Oldham the ^ Cuip nockCiub.,

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Convent Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Convent Sports. A preliminary meeting of the United Friendly Societies' Sports Committee (who have decided to organise sports in aid of the new Convent Building Fund), was held at Mr. P. P. A. Kinna's office on Monday evening. Mr. J. G. Donaldson presided. The Secretary (Mr. Kinna) explained the i ? fclio moot.irirr and if wafi OUBlLJUBD Vi »uw ww..~„ - — ?? ?* — I deoided to wait on tbe Sisters prior to j drawing bp the programme of sports, | to be held oh Monday, 10th November. | ?Other preliminary matters were dis poned.

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

[?] time, has/dwlined th^oKairm&tiship of Molopgl&bbifc Board.'- It '' is pro bable that Mr. F. ,E. ChtycHill, J.P., of Brymedura,- Will be appointed to the vacant- position. v

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cumnock RETURNED SOLDIERS' RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] DECEPTION. By the ^Pray^vBrabge '? a few weeks ago ihe last- of ^e batch^ o contingent Itwas immbdiately the. citizena, ^ ^ organise p-- Pijblitei^oeption/'and also to present each soldier wit nan inscribed cold ' medal in jrecogiait|Oh of their gallant efforts on behflf of Kingvand country. Those, who went to South' Africa and re turned last yedr from- ' Cumnock were similarly honoured on their return, the recollections in connection with which Will stall be fresh in the memories of most of our readers. - On the present occasion a public meet ing was convened, committees and can vassers appointed( with Mr. W. L. Boss at the head of affairs, and the~ date for the reception fixed for Wednesday, 10th Sep tember. . v . ? The returning^; soldiers were Lance-, Corporal W. M. Hughes, Corporal Chas. Grimson andTrooper Goo. Sherringliam. Trooper Harry Sherribgham. as already reported: in the AKCKis. fell a victim to the broncho-pneumonia fiend while return ing in the ,l Drayton Grange,'...

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

PING-PONG TOURNAMENT. SCHOOL OF ARTS. TO COMMENCE WEDNESDAY, 1 7th SEPTEMBER. First Prize lSis, Second 5s. Entries (Is) Close Saturday, 13th. ADMISSION TO II ALL BY SILVER COIN, - Min? in Miioslft IFIvpVllHvn vH vHUHVVVW dVWvMVI UNTIL further notice all Shooting in v Gamboola Paddocks is forbidden. F. JAGO SMITH. | NOTICE. | ANYONE found Shooting, Snaring, or 3 Trespassing in anyway in any of my Paddocks at Ardell after this date will be prosecuted. ?'* M. J. KERIN, Ardell. September 6th, 1902. TAKE NOTICE. Anyone found trespassing in . j the Burgoon Paddocks, find dis- ♦: turbing weak stock, willrbe prosecuted 1!.fj without respect to persons. JOHN BBUCE. $ MOLONG CRICKET CLUB. | THE Annual Meeting of the Molong S Cricket Club will be held at Cahill's il Boyal Hotel on FBIDAY feYEN- ? I ING NEXT, 19th instant, at 8crclock. 'if Business : Election of Officers, &c. G. W. G. RAE, ^ '* Hon Sec. I'lto tem. * *3 ? 1 [A Cakd.] -; Nurse Miller, CUMNOCK. Ladies' Certificated Nurse. ...

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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] Th* fiev.. A. Stephen greaphea next : ? Sundays tirfkafajf |And?r«yenipg ' ? in-j Molong, a^ !|i? c--?arira at 8 p.m. ? Eveningaubjeat— The last sermon on Prodigal Bon : ?#? .TheElder Brother's Sneer.' ??'' 1 I' ' B *?; ,..r- y^r . ? t ,

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