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Stree[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] [?] ydu aretfaly casual ^iMftfcfiteGes, 'this is quite sufficient ; frienSB, you will probably shaliie hatfds? At parting., yon may either ihake iiauas again or- merely bo^ ' He , raises his h^t. In most -cas^:- ^he latter salutation is quite sufficient. Some people seem to be possassed with an insane desire to shake hapds upon every occasion 'in lite; .^Mn^j?on uieetjusqnitintanees whom your eacorl knows and; you do abt, it is not necessary to bow because he raises his hat,. - ' y

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Argus Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] [?] Irbas been g£di)iaj;it &kee a rich man Wr *;- - %-v&. Beta's a ' leg pulling ' item from the 0\dng ^^the nigh price -oflmeat, rabbit; trapping is proving fcltM^ye jnduBlii7^bu)VM%&i4[ way. - Some trapperfSre making «s much as ? £10 per'week,while sine®March last .fully £37,000 has been distributed among tnetrappers.' A mining expert recently describeda lode aB traversing' a metamorphic matrix ofa somewhat argilloarenaceous composi tion.? Tbif means, literally,. ' a Changed mass of a somewhat.clayersand composi tion.' This in its turn may be translated, into plain English as m-u-a. ' ' ? — # — ? Ping pong is doomed ; it is going to be 'knocked, out.' carpet polo, a deligbt fdl neW game in which the hobby-Tioree of childhood is usBd— theatfimal with a head,' a lobgetick,an-ktWe Wheels. The players set astride these, and with short crntchea etlcks start to- knock i ball through goal posts. It is eloquently spoken of as a fascinating pastime. A yarn is to...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

J. E. CAMPBELL'S new 't'Him ^fr^T-nT *t T?a. Is 6d per lb. : ; ;

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong's Member. Juveulle Smoking Suppression Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] [?] W. -F,; ' SarieKJfrairDr, JRoteV proposedthatthe. -rigarettes byjuvemle members ot the community. Ayes 83, noe8 £; majority 25. . iMr.'Hurley^in Committee, subsequently moved'thatrtwas expedient to bnag in a bill totbe aboveeffect Mr.-Levy (Fitzroy) : I am very glad in deed that' the. Government have found .Bomeuse for the hon. member for.Mac Juariebesides that of saying, 'I object.' say it with all earnestness that it is about — 'time that Governments in this State ceased deceiving that poor old mejnber Thfe°Cl^irtiiAn i Order ! The hon. metn bercsn urge tbat it is expedient or inex pedient to.introduce the bill, but he must not^riticiae hon'. members. ? Mr.iieyy: It is a disgraceful thing tbat the time of the House should, be wasted , , in again considering a frivolons matter of * thisVaffid: y«arafteryear this matter has been brought before the House. Although . some hon.members have, perhaps through eome kindof fear, given support to the measurest* its original stage, th...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

?':' vhair, Spring-seated Coach, ^ ;, ? W^-at-^^ ^oWel rail, Cane Chair, and Wardrobe, with Plate-glass ^ ^ TIALL'SFULL-SIZB-HALF-TESTES BEDSTEAD, with Brass Foot-rail, Set f - ! I-]*: --§M Kapok Btfding, andf rfcie Wire Mattrass ? ? £i 17 A Write for Oor lilnBtr^ttd Catalogae .... :k~: - of 72P«gtf ^ndftWMUustrations, * ? '-s v IS' It's at theOffice of this Paper. COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FBEE. a. hallXcowpany, , 661 to 687, GE0KGE-8TEEET, SYDNEY. . T - ~ . Leave Tram at Liverpool Street. \ ?? - ?? ? '.',. { \ ? -V' I* have to introduce to the notic^ of Smokers is a Splendid Line in ~ {ST Havekjck PipjBS ;at Is each. A largeconsignmerit of these Famous Pipes, in all shapes, are now. on view, and they cannot be equalled for value. , TEY ONE AT A BO&. v v ' SIIVei^Hounted Pipes, In Co&esi flrom 4s M ' iffang Bootes. WTow Books. Large Assortment, and all by Popular Authors. Paper Covers fifrm 3d each. Cloth Covers from Is each. Jghe ijgdndg (etk6 of fjtory gooka at 4£d Sa...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Shearers' Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] As announced in last issue, the A. W. &6&bers' decUunni the ^steike ' ' off.'- for snob a step that the Union's funds woald ndt permit of .0 continu ance of the straggle; After: going into details regarding the strike, Jtnd giving the reasons fot declaring it off, the manifesto finishes up by statibg it. 'A. 11 TT ? ? ? _ m - coat memoers 01 xdb union are to j accept 20s per * 100 for shearing in N.S.W. 'for the remainder of the season. It urges them to try and get the higher rate where possible, but not to lose a shed by standing out where it is hopeless to get more than tbe £. Shed hands are given liberty to accept the P.U. rates.

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Public Works, Molong District. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Public W otfks, District. — O— Dr. Boss asked tbe Secretary for Public .Works, — (1-) In respect to questions by Dr.' Hiss oh August 27, in reference to public works in Molong district, is he yet in a position to sup ply tbe information asked for and promised, and what has been the cause of tbe delay ? (2.) If local officers — as tbe Minister in his answer implies — have the sole power of ex- ? pending public money on roads, cul verts, bridges, and all other necessary ; local work in the interior, will he con sider whether it is advisable to keep up an unnecessary staff of highly-paid salaried officers in tbe bead or central office if Members of Parliament are compelled to -wait tbe convenience of some local petty officer before being supplied with tbe necessary informa tion asked for? (3.) Will be state what amount is annually placed at tbe disposal of tbe local officer by the Minister for Public Works s in ¥ the. Molong district for carrying oilt jirgent and necessary local public...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Manildra Common. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

lllaifelldrjt Common. ? w ? Following are the boundaries within which residents are entitled to be en rolled as Commoners and to depasture stock upon the Manildra Common County of Ashburnham, parishes of Dulladerry and Gregra : Commencing on the right Bank of the Manildra Creek at the north-east corner of portion 57 of 100 acres ex. road : and bounded thence on the west by the east boundary of that portion, the east boundary of reserve for nniim niuidnnlr anil rwrf «f tha cosf. boundary of portion 107 of 50 acres ex road ; thence on the south by part of the' north boundary of that portion, the south boundary of camping reserve 2,022, the south boundaries of suburban portions 263,264,265,266, 267, 268, 269, 270, and 271, the south boundary or reserve 1,879 for reoreation, tbe south boundary of suburban portion 298, and a line to the west boundary of portion 97 of 100 acres ; thence on part of the east by part of the west and part of the north-west boun daries of that portion and part...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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"Social Purity." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

' Social JPurJty.' Mr. R. H. W. Bmgh, GteneraJ Secretary of the White Cross League^ will lecture at Molong on 8th and 9th October next (to men and boys only) ron the above subject. Rev. J. Alldis has handed us a leaflet indicating the objects of the White Cross League, viz., promoting — 1. Purity among men and boys. 2. A chivalrous respect for womanhood. 3. The preservation of the young from contamination. 4. A higher tone of public opinion. 'WHITE CROSS OBLIGATIONS.' 1. To treat all girls and women with respect, and endeavor to. protect them from wrong and degradation. 2. To endeavor to put down all indecent language and coarse jests. 3. To maintain the law of purity as equally binding on men and women. a 4. To endeavor to spread these princi ples among my companions, and to try and help my younger brothers. 5. To use every possible means to fulfil the command, ' Keep THYSELF pure.'

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Recent War. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Tlte Recent War. A Pabliamentabv paper recently issued ; gives details of the conference between j tbe Boer Generals. Tbe latter, on August the 20th, formally requested : an interview, and submitted a list of j eleven points for consideration, includy ing the complete amnesty of all British | subjects who bad fought against the j Grown ; pensions for tbe widows and orpbans of deceased burgners ; equal rights for the Dutch and English languages in schools' and courts ; the reinstatement of officials of the late Republics in tbe service ; or a com pensation for all loss of office 4 and compensation fcr all losses occasioned to burghers by the war. Mr. Chamber lain replied that he was greatly sur prised at the manner and character of the proposals which virtually reopened the peace treaty. He absolutely refused to entertain them, but was filling to consider the manner of carrying out the Vereeniging terms. Mr. Chamberlain has reminded the Boer Generals that Great Britain's magnanimity ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Land $a|e. On Saturday afternoon last Messrs. S. D. Bennett & Co., under instructions from the Trustees, conducted a sale of land in the assigned estate of Robert and H. E. Thomson, as follows: — ,? .. , L : Lots 3 and 4 of Section 59, 2 acres, 'front- ing Molong street, and enclosed by sub stantial two-rail fence and wires. — Mr. W„ T. Job, £111.' Lot 2 of Section 10, containing about 2 acres 2 roods, enclosed by good fence and wire-netted on three siaes; four room cottage, stable, tanks, Jke. — Mr. W. T. Job, £123. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, and 20, of Section '2,* Town of East Molong, in all about 5 acres 2 roods. — Passed in at £22.

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

-:-. - - - , ?' ' '' ; ' J....- ?.* ; v^ST 1 ; 1 / XH E \ Full jftrtlcul*'' f™» the s-ile Agfiits— / BEST^V 1 (anchor; E. RICH & CO., Ltd., f on Y \FEWCe/ . S™^V' V^ARTH / KEMPS' PATENT ' ltEU ^ SHEEP BRANDING ' . ' LIQUID. THING OF BEAUTY AND A JOY FOR EVER! THE SINGER New Cabinet Set Table Machine. \ Agency : BANK STREET, MOLONG. ; F. SYDENHAM, Representative. ? ^ asaa^Bce-j^ £ U/-e (Z36e Genuine) | LIPP PIANO. | II ing Pianos of German 1 1 Am Manufacture. They have %j Y been in use all over Aus- | I tralia for over 40 years— u I long enough to prove their J 1 merits. f 1 PLEASE ? : ? ? ? I 1 Lipp Pianos nave been 1x311- H 1 NOTE. tated. , If you want the I I Genuine Lipp, you can pro* 1 I HyapMr cure same only at Paling's. B We stocK five models of these 1 Celebrated Pianos. 1 Please remember we are the I absolute Sole Agents. u ^ y» s* I Old Pianos taken in Cxchan^c. | New Pianos Sold on Easy Terms. I Catalogues Free. 1 [ w. H. Paling O. Co., Ltd., B I 338 GEORGE ST., SY...

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The State's Employees. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

OThe 8tutc^Xn-»|wecs. Thb employees of the Government In this State number 18,179, of whom 1886 are under the Chief Secretary, 1664 are in the Treasury, 1576 nnder tbe Attorney General, 797 in , the Lands Department, 6908inIthe Pdblio Instruction Departtnent, 482 'in^ the Mines and Agriculture, and 1492 in the Works Department. . This is ex clusive of tbe Pd^r^al Department, which is under the federal Govern ment. ? ? ' ?

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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Comic Cuttings. Pbimk Ministers — good parsons. Meat having gone up, probably less meat will ' go down.' The villain is always oa&ght Id the act — usually the last act. The most painstaking man doesn't always suffer the most pain. Most women regard bachelors as ! good husbands gone to waste. Man's inhumanity 4o man makes countless lawyers happy. There are two kinds of grocers — green grocers and cash gtooers. He tbat does not engage in the quarrels of others will have lew of his own. ? | The worst kind of bicycle faoe is made by the boy who is told he oan't have one. Many a man is willing to die for his country, bpt he wants to fix the dale for himself. It is the struggle to keep np appear- ^ ?' ances that keeps a great many people down. ? The amateur photographer is re sponsible for a good many ot life's misrepresentations. ? .3 The average woman is , never so happy as when trying jto, atapjjR&t an unanswerable. argument. . . Making, Igve ( 1Qgb ? using tbba^^i^^^i^...

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

Furniture ! Furniture ! JOHN NEILSON to the Front ! , - : ; MV lUiWBTfUITEO FURlUTURE CATALOGUE. Those Living in the Country 1 — , ,ia=J Can be as well served with FURNITURE at NEILSON'S as if they were in the Furniture Warehouses in Sydney. .: r : ' SIDEBOARD III! Ill 11 Midly^odl ind 1^-ect. .'Tou.'ioif'l do bet^C Furniture for Every Kind of Home. Clieap. Medium. Costly. BAMBOO DRAWING ROOM SUITES, 7 pieces, Settee, 2Arm Chairs, 4 Small Chairs, uphols i . tefced back, loose cushions, best quality plush, every shades— trice. £6 15s. A very Superior j j Suite. SIDE' $0ABD, Plate-glass Back, fitted with shelf ; | made.inatainedwalnut or cedar ; 3ft 6in — Price j £3 5s— A Bargain. - AUSTRIAN CHAIRS— all prices; ^1 ^ STRETCHERS, double wire (with legs), 12s 6d. ® $ DOUBLE WOVE WIRE MATTRASS (for double 3* - bed) 18s 6a. || j| BEDSTEADS, 2ft 6in— wire mattrass and top ( mattrass, complete, £8 2s 6d. { -- BEDSTEADS, 4ft 6in, wire mattrass and best ^ kapok mattrass, &6^£i 19a. CRE...

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

BEG8 to' the above WSl-kno wn hostelry, which * h&fe recently beenreno¥&tedthroaghoat, thus ' making it one of the best and most oomfort able retreats in the West. Splendid Sample RoomB lor Commercial Travellers. BATH BOOMS, Ac. Buggies and Horses always on Hand Attentive Groom. Edward Hogan, Courthouse Hotel, HILL STREET, MOLONG. Well Watered PaddoekB. No Beaponsibility, Good Stabling. First-class Table. CHABGES MODERATE. t — THE — Cotnitwrctal %atd, CUMNOCK. J. W. McDonnell, PBOPBEBTOB. ONLY the brat Brands of Liquors and Ales stocked. Superior Accommodation for travellers. Excellent stabling. - The Commercial is the nearest Hotel to the Post Office. Half- Way Hotel, TWO-MILE, WELLINGTON ROAD. JAS. AUSTIN PROPRIETOR. HAYING leased the above old and popu lar Hotel, lately carried on by Mr. Robert Gibson, it will be my endeavour to make it one of the most comfortable bouses in tbe West. The premises are now under going a thorough repair, and will be newly furnished t...

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

The prize for the milch cow butter test at the late Melbourne Show was won by Rosie, a cross between a Jersey and an Ayrshire, who yielded 21bs 12'65ozs of butter from two milkiogs. Do jou know tbat J, B. GA.MPBELL (lata of Singer Company) has opened a Store in Bank'Street, opposite tbe Commercial Bank ? Give tbe new man a trial.*

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Millthorpe Show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

jHillt!i-»rpe Show. The Eleventh Annual Show and Ploughing Matches of the Millthorpe Agricultural and Pastoral Association will be held on Tuesday and Wednes day next, 23rd and 24tb instant. The up-to-date and remarkably liberal prize list bas already appeared in the Abgus -.1, ? ? J ? Ml ? I ? ? J ? Li uuiuijuu8y auu win, we uttvu iiu uuuut, attract many visitors from Molong district. Cheap excursion tickets will be issued from Molong by ordinary train leaving Molong and intermediate stations on Monday and Tuesday. The ploughing entries closed on Tues day, and general entries will be re ceived up till to-day.

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Corner Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Cor® r ~ Comments. That a popular wedding will be celebrated locally on Wednesday next. That tenders, in conneotion with the new Methodist Church at Cranbury, close on the 21st.. That Mr. , H. Bligh lectures on I ' Soqial Purity ' at Molong on 8th and 9th October. That 'lovely dust storms ' ace all the rage at Forbes just now. That the locomotive of the mail train recently reached that town colored kh&tki — owing to dust and * grease. That Mr. G. H. Hebden, of Erambie, has sustained severe losses in the deaths of a number of valuable stud rams. That dismal crop prospects are re ported from parts of Victoria. Tbat last week, at Forbes, an old age pensioner named John White was fined 20s and ordered to forfeit two months' pension for being drunk. That Rev.' G. Milne, of Wellington, conducted Presbyterian service at Molong last Sunday evening. That Mr. Geo. Bruce, of Loombah, has been nominated as a judge of merino sheep in connection with the P. & A. Societies' Union. ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

LATEST advices show an increase in value of Farm , Seeds since tbe Welcome Bain, and to plant largely at present ratesiB butofthe question for many Farmers. To meet the difficulty, assist in taking all advantage of favourable conditions, and to reduce a Large and Varied Stock IR. HEEL. STITT Has decided to sell PARCELS OF VEGETABLE SEEDS, embracing Onion, Beet, Parsnip, Carrot, Tomato, Lettuce, Broad Beans, Peas, French Beans, Swede and White Turnip, Radish, Cabbage, in GJ packets— 7 for2s6d. 12 Packets FLOWEit SEEDS (assorted) for 2s 8d. Rape, Sorghum, Swede and White Turnip, Lucerne and Barley in Quantities* Potatoes iti Large or Small Lots, for Seed or Table — Very Choice Tubers. Maize, 90-Day, Bed Hogan (small). Goods Delivered or forwarded by Bail or Post. Quotations on Application. Cabbage Plants, Sweet Potatoes, Swede Turnips, Cheese, Eggs, &c. IR. S- STITT, Seed Merchant, Fruiterer, Confectioner and Bookseller, BANK. STREET, MOLONG. Wool. Produce. Grain. NEW ZEALAND ...

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