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

Cumnock Peelirigsl ? ???? ? » ? That the returned soldiers' reception on Wednesday was a tremendous success. That judging by the banquet table there is still full and plenty in the land of Cumnock. That the local police force bobs up with an interesting study in black and white. That ' Fred ' is now lnnksd unon as a kind of hero among members of the rising generation. That a strong cricket club will flourish here tbis season — the darkie ' breaks ' a yard both ways. That a great find has been made at Cundumbul copper mine. That the syndicate members while not saying much ure thinking and dreaming a lot just now. Tbat inquiries are being made as to what the inducements are for a resident medical practitioner. Tbat even witb a copious downpour now, harvest prospects do not point to more than half crops. That the milk supply at the local creamery is increasing. Cumnock holds the premiership in connection with the Dairy Company. That good progress is being made with the erection of the ...

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

Molong Dairy Compafiy* Following are the figures in connec tion with the milk supply for August. It was decided to pay suppliers 5d per gallon on a 8-9 test Oallons. Test. £ . a d Factory 270 3-9 5 12 2 Borenore 823 3-9 17 ' 2 11 Cudal 1144 3-9 23 8 6 Manildra 1653 3*9 34 16 9 Bowan Park 1760 3 9 36 7 9 Cumnock 3147 3*9 65 8 8 8797 - 3 9 182 16 9

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Commercial News. MOLONG ARGUS Office Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Commercial News. Molong Argus Office. Friday. Wheat— none offering Flour, '£9 15s per ton Brail, £8 . ' Pollard, £8 per ton Dairy Butter Is 2d wholesale ; Is 3d retail Factory Butter, Is 4d wholesale ; Is 6d retail Honey, 4d to 5d. Bacon, 8d wholesale; lid retail Eggs, 7d wholesale ; 8d retail Cheese, Bodalla Is 2d Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 8s Cd to 9s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; 6s retail .

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. S[?] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. '' i'j Thursday. Wheat, 4/9 to 4/10 per bushel Maize, 5/2 to 5/6 per bushel Oats, 3/5 to .')/ 11' Barley, 4/ to 4/6 Bran, 1/1 to l;lj| per bushel Pollard, 1 1 per bushel Straw, £3 7s 6d to £3 17s 6d per ton Chaff, prime to £7, modiuji to £0 7s6d Lucerne, £3 to £4 17s 6d Potatoes, £6 15s to £10 IDs Eggs, /10 to 1/ Butter, 1/1 to 1/2$.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. SHERWIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. Suekwin's Revokt. Fat Cattle.— Only 10 head yarded, being the smallest yarding here for years. Five he^d could be classed as good quality, being stall-fed cows, the balance only stores;, and out of this small lot only 3 head were sold, as owners had very lugh, in fact ridiculous, reserves on them. Best beef worth 47s 6d per lOOlbs. One heifer sold at £3 19s, 1 at £6 17s, and 1 cow at £9 10s. Fat Sheep.— About 360 yarded, includ ing about 70 prime New Zealand cross breds; 107 head were passed. Fifteen New Zealand sheep sold at £2 per head, balance passed ; merino wethers made 10s Id to 14s for fair quality; ewes, poor quality, 6s lOd ; lambs, 5s 7d to 6s 2d. Store Cattle.— About 88 yarded, 60 §' ng passed ; others sold from 21s to 33s small steers'and heifers, the balance Is to £3 19s. Store Sheep. — About 2,650 yarded, 2,200 being passed at auction, others sold as follpws Ewes 5s 5d to 5s 7d, wethers, 200 at 9s ; about 70 mixed sheep, 6s 2d to 6b 5d ; 8...

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

[?] ; j'F BOlI^^ JjWN iCoBBESPONDENT,] ' ; The we&ber ;Jor $fae past few dayshas be4« rain is ttogtfepv;: ing. Attimeof Writing (Thursday) there is every appearance of a down* pour., ' .Things are commencing to look a little .tettM41lL'foi8 district, and I notice ^hai/^MJ;. W. T. Job and others have discontinued feeding sheep— a good sign' jthatth&re is a- bit of grass about herd! It will be a while before the*6 issjjjfBcient feed for large stock. ,Some oi our farmers have only just finished wheat sowing ; others intend putting in corn. Lieut. -Colonel Claude Smith is now having 700 acres of splendid land* Cleared ready for ploughing next year op thebalves system. Ut- . W. T, Job lost a valuable draught horse tbe other day, the ani mal dying, it is supposed, from the ? effects tft bard feed. During the week a report has been in oiroulation announcing tbe death of Mrs. Blunden, daughter of Mr. W. H. Cousins, J. P., of Heytesbury Park. I am pleased to say tbat there is...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Attempted Suicide. A WELL-KNOWN BUSINESS MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

[?] A ^LL-ZNOWN BU^INEBS MAN : / ^ ?^SHQ(JTS ^ Early oh Thursday morning Molong residents were 'shocked by the report thav Mr. Bobert Thomson, a well-known and much respected baker and storekeeper of Bank Street, had made an attempt on his oWn life, by shooting himself through the head with a pea-rifle. Some few weeks ago Mr. Thomson found himself in financial straits and sequestrated his estate for, the benefit of his creditors. It is thought that this action preyed on his mind, as his family have observed him acting in a peculiar manner of late. The stock-in-trade of his late business was to be removed by the purchaser on Thursday, and it is. surmised that the unfortunate man took this much to heart. However, there are evidences that the deed was a premeditated one, for it is not known how he became possessed of th^ cartridge which was responsible for the ghastly wouud. ' Only one member of the family possessed cartridges that would fit the rifle, and these were on his person nt. ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Sheep Dying from Hard Feed. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Sheep Djfiig from llard JFee«l. I ? — Mb. J. W. Stbwabt, Government Veterinary~Surgeon, paid his promised' viBit to Myall Mundi last Thursday and Friday, accompanied by Mr. R. G. Dulhunty, district inspector of stock, to inquire into the' cause of the recent great mortality amongst Messrs. Horri gan Bros.' sheep. The animals have been iiand^fedior a considerable time. Post-mortem examinations revealed that the cause of death was impaction of the pit of the stomach or rumen, due td prolonged and continuous feeding on dry fodder; Mr; Dulhunty's pre vious diagnosis was thus confirmed. Change of diet and system of feeding were recothmended, together witb medicinal licks*. It is Mr. Stewart's opinion that sheep will not stand artificial feeding for more than three months at a . time, and when such feeding is hecessfflfy, frequent changes should be made in tbe.diet. While on drv feed the sheep should be dosed three or four times a week witb a mix ture made up of the following : — 51b sulp...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Tragedy at Mullion. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Tragedy at 71 nil ion. J ^ Yesterday morning a man named Hugh Wallace, a farmer at the Mullion, came into Orangei(says the Licadek) bearing the unwelcome news that an altercation took place between a man named Patrick McGuinness and himself. In the struggle which-ensued'the former was accidentally stubbed. He called upon Dr. Filz-Patrick and told his tale, stating thatMcGuinuess was seriously injured. Dr. Fitz-Patrick being unable to go, communicated with Dr. Cribb, who proceeded to the scene of the tragedy, only to find that the unfortu nate man McGuinness had succumbed to the injuries received. The victim, Patrick McGuinness, was 22 years of age, and a native of LewiB Ponds, jvhere his mother now resides. He engaged in the work of general laborer. The two men had been working as mates for the past three years, and had been on the very best of terms, until the disagree ment arose which had such a sad ending. Both are said to have been hard working, ; honest men, and both were singl...

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

J NOW OPENING -- 'v. ^ ? ' - ' ' ; - ? — at— * ? '? ' ? i J'. T=T A HT. A TV/TR | ' msMdm sroazs. fco- ? ? ??'? .» 1 ? . . |: AliLtTP-TO-DATE GOODS! ? |P ? ? . ?.'? p AND BEING MARKED OFF AT Prices to Suit the Times. . , Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics Muslins, Voiles, Fancy Dresses | : iaie Collarettes, Ties, Gloves Parachutes, Ribbons,. Boleros Flowers, Millinery I ^ . v Ready-made Skirts ' Blouses, Blousings F Men's and Boys' Straw & Felt Hats Ties, Braces / Mercerised & Fancy Cotton Shirts Boots apd Shoes in all the Latest Styles at Bedrock Prices^ T1 A TT ,OT?.TTSTf^- 1 Suits to Measure from £2 2$ to £4 4s. Trousers from 10s 6d to 27s 6d. The Largest and Most Up-to- Date Range of Patterns to Choose from. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. BEST FIT IN TOWN. . | ? 3 — i — — \ .. Bank-street, Molong. [?] 'thahlrob. ' '* - ^ E. ; j, ^ i: * - .. iiMconfldenra.' ?? r . RICH ft -30,, J.TD^'YDNKY, - ' - - ^ l [?] ? - wA ^HenUri &om thi) i-A* AfraUr- , v E. WCH & CO., Ltd...

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Subscription List. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Siib«H;ri()ti»ii Lbt. The following subscriptions were col lected by Mr. J. W. Williams in aid of the widow and family of the late H. R. Bennett : — F. Bradford 10s, J. Neilson 10s, C. A. Williamson 10s, Friend 3s, J. G. Donaldson 3s, W. Willmott 2s 6d, A. D. Millar 5s, B. Harding 3s, R. Mackey 2s Gd, J. Heffernan 3s, J. E. Campbell 5s. H. W. Bradley 5s, H. Woolbank 2s 6d, H. Cadv 3s, C. Knoos 5s, Miss Hennessy 3s, Mrs. W. S. Robards 5s, J. D. Day 10s, E. (x. Wiseman 2s 6d, J. Davies 2s, S. F. H. Lane 3s, W. J. Spence 2s, A. D. Eastmure 2s 6d, F. J. Smiih 10s, D. M. McCallum 2s Gd, Mrs. Hogan 5s, J. Ryan 2s 6d, J. Alldis 5s, A. S. Bridekirk 2s Gd, Mrs. Langdon 5s, R. W. Oates 5s, B. 5s, W. Robins 2s Gd, A Friend 3s, W. H. Couch 4s, A. Parker 2s, F. 2s 6d, S. Ball 2s Gd, J. Eggleston 2s Gd, W. Job 5s, E. B. 2s, G. Hinton Is, G. B. 2s, H. Betts 2s 6d, Mrs. Titheradge 2s Gd, J. Nelson 2s, Sympathiser £1. R. Gavin 3s, John Robards 2s Gd, T. Sault 2s. G. Docos 2s, G. H. Hebden 10s, A. Wi...

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

Register Your Dogs. ' Forms at the Argus Office Price, 3d Each. FOB ihe convenience of our Country Constituents they may send the Fee to us, together with Particulars, and we will attend to the Registration. CAUTION. ANYONE caught Fishing or otherwise Trespassing in the Larras Lake of Earimbla paddocks WILL BE PROSE CUTED without respect to persons. JAMES LEE. OUR AGENTS^ (COPIES of the'',Moi.oNo Abous may be J obtained from the following Agents : — MOLONG -J. G. DONALDSON CUDAL-GKORGE SNOOK MANILDRA-J. H. WILLIAMS W. M. REEVE, SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ORDERS executed with NEATNESS and DESPATCH.' Please note the address — W. M. REEVE, SADDLER, Clarlitria Street, Parkes. Cuntiiock Hittrfjerg JohnLeary & Sons PaOPhlETOES. PRIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c., at the lowest rates. Small Goods always on hand. 1 Best attention given to all orders. Look 1 ^ IF YOB ^WANT A GOOD FITTING SUIT Made from the BeBt material, call and see W. HARRIS, IN BANK-S...

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

Marriage.   — o —   On Wednesday last Mr. Reuben Thomas Hollis, of Larras Lake, led to the hymeneal altar a popular, and well-known young lady in the person of Miss Elizabeth   Zotzenbach, youngest daughter of the late William Zotzenbach, of Larras Lake.   while Mr. James Carragher fulfilled the duties of best man. There were a good number of relatives and friends present to witness the tying of the nuptial knot and Mrs. Hollis left by the evening train will be a happy and prosperous one.

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Wedding at St. Johns. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 12 September 1902

Wedding at St. Johns'.   On Wednesday, 10th instant, Mr. F.   E. Kennerson, of Eugowra, and Miss Deborah Townsend, of Manildra, were married at St. John's Church by the Rector, in the presence of their special friends. The father of the bride gave   her in marriage. Miss Edith Cole acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. Charles Townsend as best man.

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How Will she World End? [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

j: will lttelrwid \npirs- ??.vmitMi''.- ? Many opinions have been expressed as to how this world will end. Lord Kelvia has predicted that theworld is doomed to . d& *-f : auffiocation, Sir ? William Brooks - thinks thatourfood supply willfail,'- Mr. ' - H.GvWeilsoonsiders that are turn of the -- Put an end to mundane BM anoMr. Nikola Teda .is afraid' that we sh&lluomeday set fire to the atmos phere with our elecfaial discharges. Prominence has recently been given to thd theory— not his own, put originated by M.Stramer, the well-known geologist^ that as ^ the^ eatfth bofcls it will absorb , . piratically all our available supplies of water.' . It is co&ling every day, ana water ' ? : ? ll ? v ?

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One for Black & Sons. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

One fbr .JBI^k & Sons. Messes. John Black & ' Sons, of the Hungarian ' kills, Molong, have achieved a well-merited reputation for their well-known flour throughout the States* That their-branch mills at Grenfell are also ' doing well,' may be gathered from the ^following testi monial received froma Sydney firm ; — ' Marlborough Bakery, 652 Bourke Streetl fJydhey.— Mr. Black.— Dear Sir,— I was persiiaded by Mr. Dare last February to try your Grenfell flopr, and it gave such good all rouijd results that I bought 100 tons. After using a few tons, I was so-pleased with the run of bread that I bought an additional 76 tons as a stand-by. For the hot summer months it has great strength and good color, and I find no need of Manitoba whilst I use Grenfell flour, as the bread I have turned out this year will hold its own with any bread made in Sydney. So I feel sure if you can keep this year's quality up, you will , soon require anpther mi$ to meet the, Sydney demand. ' * wish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Hullo there t Please ring up E. Biackadder, of Molqugi %a.ni order for me one of his 43 6d Alarm Clocks ; also a Two-tune Musical Clock at li-3, and an Eight Day Striking Clock at lCs. I am to be married on Wednesday and must have his reliable cippjee in my house.'— (Jus,

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Wellington and Molong Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

iTlolong The says :-In Mr. S; ; before the Public' ? i Works C^pgj^tbet jtt it appeared in our W*®8 to eay ttat Miiarago preferred Wellington to Molong^^^at. This 30 not what Mr.

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Bumbury. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Bumbiliry. [Fbom oub own C0BBE8P0NDENT.J Afteb a week of all sorts of weather— from hurricane winds and d est storms and a severe frost on the 18th, welcome rauf commenced - about noon on the same date, and at the time of wanting 74 poinjbs have fallen, which will do a 'vast amount of good to crops, &c. Tho liiffarlo aaI/1 1 ? i ? wwiv* yrD{i«|J9jr uuw utslug experienced will be hard on all classes of stock. Eagle hawks and crows are proving a great nuisance to. sheep owners at present, especially in the base of ewes and lambs. ? Mr. J. B. Townsend shot - an eagle hawk a: few days , ago which ~ measured over seven feet across. Now' shouldn't the man on the land 1m happy ? , What with drought, : taxes, and the bunny, and^now the Premier has promised to in troduoe legislation for the protection of marsupials.' Wbat more cap the man oh the land want ? Nothing hut tbe shortest cub to the Benevolent Asyliini. .

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Cumnock's Returned Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

€umn-Nck'sReturned Soldiers^ On- Saturday evening last the. com mittee appointed to carry oat details in connection with tbe above met in Mr. Leary's Hall, MfT W. Black pre siding. A statement was read by the hon. secretary (Mr. W . L. Rces) whiQh showed a credit balanee of £17 8s 6d. The. result was received #i|h.anpla-tue, ' and on the motion of M^srs. N. J. Miller and James Egglestoh tile bal ance sheet was adopted. Correspon dence dealing with the propoial to erect ft memorial tablet to the memory of tbe late Trooper H. B. Bberrinjt ham was read and ' received, '^bree designs werevsubmitted, and after diB cusBion it was decided, on tbe motion of Messrs! T. ^larch and J. Eggleston , to ereofia tablet after the 'No. 8 ' style. This was one submitted 3-y Mr-. J. Kennedy, of Molong, ^nd is to be , 2ft llin long, lft 4$n wide and 2^in thick, of Italian marble, resting on black marble corbels five or six inches square. The total cost will be about, £9. The wording, bf the insbription ...

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