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Social at Toogong. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Social at Toogong. On Wednesday last a successful social Was iield at r& oogongi ipromqted. by Mr. J. J/TSar^hy, iD ai(l of Mount . Sembla Fund* About £B w'aa real ised,: bver 50 couple being present. Messrfl.E.Wran *aud R.: M'Lachlan supplied exeeUent m'usiq, Mi*. J. J. . Morpby A 'tS^Sniplid; suppe*; ']feJ0ppW tfa§ lldiMft ;M; served at inidnight. . . - .,

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

V MlllUiorseiSiiow. v ! PABTioouuiftttention is direoted to tbe iaotthat entrite^of^^Ifllihoippe Show 'to bebfeldon^Kl afld,24thSeptem ber), Mr| T. Green.aefoliowa ^Ploughing entries, 16th .September ; general entries, horse tectiipn, $#., T9th|\fi$ptember. SeeadHi^ (j £ | t£-Z) i f I i 1 : .. ij_# ' . i

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

Chro^c Qiarrhoea. „ . TTS* A.j who suffered from chronic ^iy sen try for thirtjfefi^es yoara, says Chamber- 1 did, liift v$£m-goo&$hkfe apjf bthbr-^meidi- ; cine heb&d ever used. For sale by H. W. Macord, Chem^t, Mol^nj^.7!' . - ;

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Wedding at Cudal. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Wedding at Cildal. TFbOM OUR OWN COBRESPONDENT.1 A veey interesting wedding was that performed by the Rev. M. Hanley at the R.C. Church on Sunday, when Miss Winifred Healey and Mr. P. J. Bastick, of Orange, were unite*} in wedlock's holy bonds. The wedding party arrived at the church at 10 a.m, the bride being escorted by' her father, Mr. M. Healey. The bride was prettily attired in a dress of white duchesse satin (court train), bodioe trimmed with accordeon -pleated chiffon and strapped with applique, skirt trimmed with chiffon rilts, wreath and veil, and she also wore an elegant opal ring and bouquet, both gifts of the l)riile„'room. Miss Stacey Healey acted as bridesmaid, and wore vieax rose silk voile, handsomely strapped aud trimmed with applique and silver buttons, kilted skirt, hat of ' burnt straw covered with autumn leaves, roses and velvet streamers ; also a gold band bracelet and bouquet. Mr. J. Bastick acted as best man, and Master Harry Stuckey as page. Over 50 guests s...

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

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Local and General. West End Stables. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] [?] intends ereoting, raging stables at West Molong, ,ftpd oobtraot6rs have already theworkinhand» _ ,. ; r. ?_

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Cundumbul Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Cunduinbul Sale. Wj# are informed tbat Mr. G. Bloom- j .field has. disposedofhis farming : pro- , petty tft'CutidiflQbul at a , satisfactory prioe ;' kr.J&w&t, of Wellington, , poroh&ee?. ^ i-c---

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The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

TheFedet'alCa^ital. Mb. T., iBboww, M.H.jR., j$?terday wired as ' follows :. — ' Parliament Hbuse, Mpl^jrtfe. p-.i The Acting Premier (Mr. Deakin) announced last n^bt ^^i^a$e^i:Pepr^ntfttives that tne Federal Government had decided to recomyferidiOfftitSg^'Albury, Tuifaut, .Bomhala Md Like George, for T6fe'i?el3be to the Board o^Ekpertb.'

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Re Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

;-R* Road Contracts. In reply to a request that ij»v then ts to road Qontractors rhight 4i& 1 facilitated^ Mr. 0!^ulliy.&n expiained tliBti there was always a fixed . amount; to the. credit of the local road supers, and they could draw bn this lor wages, advances, £c. If, he added, ; contrac tors wbuld arrange for. all advances to. be made direct to them, through local officers, and not through hanks or other companies or firms,' payments could be made , promptly from this Advance account*'

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A Feat of Penmanship. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

A Feat of Penmanship. Mri: Philip Anderson, of Murrickville, has written Psalms 119 to 129s' inclu sive containing 8480 words within ' a space the. size of a N.S.W. postcard. The letters are all well-formed* -and* in instances the words can be read with the naked eye. In performing this re markable feat; of penmanship. Mr. Ande'rsoo depended solely on his eye sight, which must be remarkablygood. His patience and perseverance must only be exemplary. It is a matter for regret that the work is too fine for re production, as it would undoubtedly prove interesting.

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The Season's Sires. COLONIAL CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

======= I The Season's Sires. COLONIAL CHIEF. Mb. C. Baker's active farm stallion, Colonial Chief, will stand this *season at Bowan Park and travel^ the suirounding district at a fee of 35s. Colonial Chiei was bred by Messrs. Whitmee Bros., and is by the noted horse Tonng Shieldbearer, grand sire Shieldbearer (imp.), and has, combined, all the noted strains tor staunch ness, constitution and durability. Like his ancestors, Colonial Chief has proved himself a progenitor of stock that are second to none in tbe State.

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

Y0&N& SUF&BXOB. The above handsome draught sire lias been recently purchased by Mr. H. J. Bradley, of Garra, and will travel the districts of Molong, Shades, Booiney, Two mile, Cumnotfk, Redbank and Woollogo long. Young Superior has made a great name for himself in Parkes district, where he did stud duty for several seasons, and is the winner of numerous Show ribbons. Well-bred, handsome!}' proportioned, with no lack of bone and muscle, Young Superior's services should be largely availed of. for the fee is remarkably liberal— £1 17s 6d, with a reduction for two or more mares.

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

[?] TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER & y ] Putriras : Aldermen McGroder Tilbrook, Patker, Taylor, Garlick j£ndi Hamey. ; r : Thetoip^tesof lalft meeting Wo re '? 'correspondence. \ . Outwardcbrrespondence was read. Inward correspondence comprised :? of Pablio Works. i?e subBidv : from the Kembla Disaster Fund,forwarding lists ; from the Mayor of Narrabri re fodder duties ; from the District Superintendent of railways re blocking of lfeval crossing by trains aiid stating that the matter would be remedied as much as possible. — Received on the motion of Aid. Gar lick, seconded by Aid. Taylor. THE KEMBLA LIST. Aid. Parker suggested that the Kembla-Fund List should stand over till , next meeting to allow of the Mayor having a voice in the best way of dealing with the matter. BLOCKING OF BANK STBEKT. Aid. G&rlick drew attention to the blocking of the crossing at Railway. Station by trains. On Saturday night, August 80th, he had seen nine people kept waiting 20 minutes for the line to b...

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

[?] ^ youiiave a dog, register it or you may M fined ten shilling and costs. F6rms ai .ihi8 office. '# .'V ... - -! ? *T'' j^li you^have an -nnunal lease, pay tbe rent to tbe Land Agent, or you will lose it. If you have a{ stage coach license apply early for a renewal, or you may be fined. If you want to vote for a member of Parliament see that your name is on the General List at the Post Office or Court Houbc. If it is not on the list, call at the Court House and apply for an Electors' Eight.

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

Bumbury, [From our own Correspondent.] - We have been treated to some showers of dust during tbe early part of tho week, the wind blowing witb hurricane force, and its effects are plainly seen, j Herbage and everything has now a I parched appearance, and witb tbe j summer-like heat, which is now fol lowing, the yoqng grass will soon j disappear in the event of rain not , occurring /very soon. Present indications seem to point out that the losses in sheep are only about to .commence here, as the losses in wet ewes are becoming very heavy : the last week or so. Although every 'care and attention is shown to them by the owners, it seems iin possible to save lhem, as they appear to lose all use of their loins and cannot stand up. Mr. J. R. Townsend has los£ somewBplendid ewes' in this manner | lately. /

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

SOUTHERN KING. . The roadster stallion, Southern King, winner of 25 first prizes, &c., is advertised to stand at Lord's Gap, near Molong, and travel the surrounding districts. Southern King is well-known to owners in these parts as a fast brother and a worthy sire, as high as £30 being refused for his stock. Mr. S. Dean, of Lord's Gap, is now the owner of Southern King and intimates that the latter will commence the season on the 15th instant at the fee of 30s with the usual reduction. Full pedigree and particulars are advertised in to-day's issue.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hints on Getting-up Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Hints 011 Oetting-ii|- Wool. Wool growers must necessarily have a direct interest in the way the staple product is prepared for market, and any hints on the subject should be acceptable, more especially so to the small sheep farmers, who now largely dominate the industry in the West. Recently a communication was received from the Bradford Chamber of Com merce,' pointing out certain evils in the method of preparation, of which the following are of most consequence ' Tying of Fleeces : Very frequently fleeces are bound to be tied up with string of a very low quality. The strands of such string being loosely twisted together fibres of hemp become detached and get mixed with tbe wool. These fibres, are* hardly perceptible when the wool is being manipulated, and many of them become incorporated witb tbe wool during the process of manufacture, causing considerable damage and loss because these fibres will not take ^he dyes used for wool, and therefore seriously depreciate the value of tbe...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Religious [?] ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] [?] Oun^noek-^lst 3 p.m^and^hf8dbal^ti®S^^i®#i;':'-rA ? A'maroo— 1st *nd ? 4th Sundayiofaltero^ joaontbs at8 Gnrrit— 2nd and ' *^htfa At 8-«nd-aiBo in mDq^ijpi 8^6h4uj7'30 ? . Berl~8rd Sunday A = Eucbareena third $unday In ;«ach tD6nth at xi ? - ! ? Obley— 4th Sunday in Januafy. Mawh May. July, September and November at ip SO Balderodgery^-Same days Jrt -? ' : rh;: , ~ I' Aiiana. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow : First Sunday eaoh month, Cudal Second Sunday ih each month, Molong Third Sunday- in each month, Cumnpck . Fourth Sundky in each month. Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Afamldra Daring the summer months* namely from September to March inclusive, Man will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August, . inclusive, MasB will commence at 11 a.rn. N.B. — This order will be observed until further notice. M. Hahixi WESLEYAN CHURCH, , September 14.— Molong at 11 and 7J0 and Chora at 3 by the Bev. A. Stephen. Xs^mlat 7^0 -by Bfr. Junes Paclcham. Meranburn at 3 by Mr. John ...

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

[?] ese®pe Here we begin,: Swarms of oater ; l ^Ul^ jii jtbe^oro^ di making Tbe. tot &1 indebtedness of Mupipi* t pftlities ^In' ^ New South Wales is Wy'l £1,82^)0^^ . r v What price Seokeion for Gaulfield Cup, and Abhttilnce lot Melbcmnae \ Gap? ; ^^j|Mi6is4^^.:::fi-t the Molong jdectbrate iB^ ^?i^qr^peh for iiiBpeotioD Ml ? it the Gourt House. ? te- ' . £692 , for lnttk supplied dajring Au^ g8^ Baxter, of ^oulburn. M ?; oi rabbits ate |p at pi^nia|t^tifrom Australia and M New Zealand for London. ^ at Orange ^ . lor the w^ow8 and fi'r «rpb^ns iiuj^^^pibla disMter Tbe BaUway Odintni8sioDer8 an P wwfc ibe 1MB^; pb^p ISpke^ito V ly 'teitor leaving ;M61ong f;' at 7.40 p.m. ofl Thutsday, tbo 18tb !; ? bftnuril Wiiliam ^j?aWn; k - jyhile 'assisting to fill qp a grave after 1;' a funeral at Sunbary, VicioriB, sad !S- ; . 4enly dropped dead. , Mr. O'Sullivan states that by pas % . save; £40,t)00 a year in the ' maintain- . ^ ance of the pu^U&SrOads. - A telegram Jr^m?; Forb...

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

i TO BB HUH) AT , - ^ILiiTECOiBiPJS] « I ' ? ??*- ?.????. v .? .— .ON T-!' :: ?.????. ?' -rv,\; ?? ? ?? ? Tuesday & Wednesday, 33rd amd 24th Sep., 19Q2. r * ? - - flSQjgldK Entries Close 16th September,1902. : Class A,-— ChampioHehip of Australasia Double-furrow Match, open to all corners. First Prize, £50 *, second £20 ; third, £7. EntranceSOs. ' Class B.— Inter-State Champion Three furrowMatch, open to all Comers. First Prize, £15 ; 2ad, £5 ; 3rd £2. Entrance £1. Class C.— Double-furrow Match, open thrall who have' never won afirst prize in & Champion Match or a First-class Ama teorMatch, First Prize, £8; 2nd, £3; 3rd, £1. Entrance l5{L : Class D.— Double-fum-w Match, for all Youths under 18 yeartf (competitors to givesatisfactory proof of age if demanded) FirstPrize, £6 j 2nd, £3 ; 3rd £1. - En trance 786a. Glass E;—Doubl#furrow Match, for all whohave never ^ploughed in ^a match. J^tPrize,£6 2nd, £3 ; 3rd, £1. En . Class F.— Four-furroW Match, open to all comers. ...

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