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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
Old Age Pensions. . — O ? , \ . The idea which prompted the' Old Age Pensions Act was certainly well con ceived. x Now and again unworthy persons impose on those w^o ad minister the Abt, but in tbe main the recipients are deserving pfeopll who bave^been unable ': to make provision for their closing days. The general opinion 13 that the pensions are a wise provision, and that while it is good that the deserving should receive them uugcuuKiugiy, care should be taken I that they should not be a premium to 1 idleness. An instance has come to 1 light down South where an old man, 1 because he gathered a few bags of 1 charcoal for sale, had his pebsion cut 1 down by £2 per annum. Ah act of fe this kind, apart from its absorditv, is & out of harmony with the spirit of the 1 Act, which is not to- endow idleness 1 but to help those who are too old to ® earn a proper living. . It is unfair 'to 1 penahse a pensioner for doing a little 11 work if he feels able. : The active man I would, ...
Oil Cake. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
j OH Cake. The above being- very largely used throughout this district, as food for stock, it would, perhaps, be interesting to oar readers, to know from what it is manufactured. It is a highly nutri tive, and consequently ainoat valuable fodder. Oil cake is make from tbe residue which remains after ' grinding the oil out of cocoanuts, linseed, or rape seed. The principal oonstituents are fat and albumin— fibonfc 16 per oent.Tof the former and 10 per cent, of the latter, thus proving it to be a rich, fattening food, and possessing as it does a slight laxative property is invaluable for weak stock, or those in low condition. Medicinally it will be fouqd most suitable for horses that are stable-fed, evep when bran, &o., are low in price, ahd plentiful. The oil cake, manufactured from coooanut, ^almost universally uebd in New South Wales, and throughout the prevailing drought has proved a boon to .stock owners, enabling them to keep their cattle in £ood condition, by using only...
"Tattersalls." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
' TaUersallii.' Even ' Tafitersa\l ' scores some bad debts OQpasipn&Ily, and has to do a bit of, writing off. According to the Qroydott ' News,' in a dishonoured cheque case heard there recently, it was shown that tbe parties interested had £6 worth of tickets in tbe Cup sweep ' on the nod,' as the cheque which had been sent for them was s.tifieqeiKfrn return to Croydon, and seibt back to Tatt. with a note to tbat dffect on the back. The purchaser of the tickets had a rattling good bet— £30,000 to nothing. But they didn't strike a winning number.
REVOKED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
REVOKED. ; Revocation of tracts or areas previously notified as not ie^ailable for settlement until aiir\rey-eSected and further notifica tipn County of Ashburnham, parish of ^urea of 40 acres. :=ifee boundaries shown on ;N0Te.-H!fhe iaboye was notified 1/th from sale btberiwiWdtti^nd^^tiohalpurcliase, special area . »?' are
RESERVE FROM SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
RESERVE FROM SALE. Reservefrom Sale other that Additional Conditional Purchase ;-No. 34,898. County Ashburriham, parish ? Trajere, containing an area of 40 .acres. The Crown Lands wit hin the boundaries of measured portion ^ shown on plan catalogued W. 481,834b. J NOTE. — Identical with Bpecial area 34,8^, proclaimed thiB day.
ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PUR ^ CHASE. Revocation of Tracts or Areas set apart for Original Conditional Purchase Land Dietrictof Molong. County Ashlmrnbam, parish Trajere, containing an area of 40 acres. The Crown Lands within the bpundariesof measured portion 92,— as shown on plan catalogued W. 48-1 ,834b. ?'NoTE. — Tlie above was notified 5th April, 1902, and social w-ea 34,897, pro claimed this day, is in lieu. |
Nandillyan Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
[?] Co. (Sydney), ; - on behalf of ' to Lieutlnltnt' . '^fe?MPi^3®.S,:nith,Nandillyanfleights, Mdp|Mji^O\ring : — BrhMantonVby : ^&-pM|imp.) Jfeom Tres Deubei Ik & , Cocp^^h^ercorn from Ravenswing ; . ? -Tolds1)ortf^hj^btn: B^Vewld, |ritn filly foal by Manton : eh ' m^ -fey jChtikshill from Passion Flower, .. , withfillyfoalhy Manton ; br m Comedy, by P^fressfrom Charade ; brflfiQ Eugetue n. (^8ter to Archie), by Rapidity from Eugenie ; b f, by Churchill, from Ruby j II.; br f, toy Churchill from Princess 1 Beatrice ; b f, by Manton from Witch of ^ Endor;blk f, by Churchill from Mrs. Jones (imp.) ; br m. (sister to Church light), by Churchill,, dam by Waxlight ; on m Ruth, by Churchill from Copia. [Since 1he above was in type we learn that, Jjieutenant-Colonel Smith has pri vately disposed of the horses mentioned above.]
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
A Printer Greatly Surprised. ' I never was bo much surprised in my life, as I was with the result of using Chamberlain's Pain Balm,' Hays Henry T. Crook, pressman of the AsheviHe (N.0 U.S.A.) Gazette. 'I contracted n severe cuse_ of rheumatism earlv last winter by getting my teet wet. 1 tried several thinga fpr jt without. ^^n^fiW Qoe day while looking Over theGi*BT&,'M-&icea that Pain Balm was'pomuvt^MEHmteed to care rheumatisih^ so boui^t^ljSme «£
The Dog Pest. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
The Dog Pest. — n — To the Editor of the Abgus. Sib, — Tbe present being the season of dog registration, it is to be hoped tbe police will enforce the strict letter of j the jaw. It is a notorious fact that useless, unsigWy curs, roam about Molong at will, robbing back yards, ! fowl-bouses. &c., as well as menacing the safety of sheep on runs adjacent tp'the town. Apart from this nuis ance, mangy mongrels are known to give rise to and assist in the spread of hydatids. Why people keep some of the curs that roam about Molong is a mystery. — Yours, &c., TOWNSMAN.;
M.R. Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
91.1ft. Rifle Club. A day's sweep shooting in connection with Molong Mounted Rifles Rifle Club was held at the Rifle Range on Saturday! with the following results : — j 500yds. 600yds. Total. S.S. Major Ball 31 27 58 Trooper S. Ball 31 27 58 Saddler G. Ball 2'J 23 52 Trooper T. Ball 27 22 49 Trooper W. Wilson 30 16 46 Tr. H. Woolbank 25 19 44 Tr. B. Millgate 23 18 41 Tr. E. A. Gosper 16 22 38 In addition to a sweep on each of the above ranges there were also three sweeps shot off at the 500yds only, resulting as follows,:— No. 1 Sweep. — S.S. Major Ball and Trooper S. Ball divided. No. 2 Sweep. — Trooper S. Ball 1, S.S. Major Ball 2, Saddler G.'Ball 3. No. 3 Sweep.— Farrier-Sergeant H. Cady 1, S.S. Major Ball 2, Saddler G. Ball 3. No. 4 Sweep.— Trooper T. Ball 1, Farrier Sergeant H. Cady 2. No. 5 Sweep— Farrier-Sergeant H. Cady 1, Trooper H. Woolbank 2.
DR. ROSS'S BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
DR. ROSS'S BILL. Writes a Sydney correspondent With regard to Dr. Ross's little hobby, the House perchance has good reason for its so consistent rejection. The Juvenile Suppression S.u^aug B.ll is o le of the finest bonne bouches that our legislators get. It provides inexhaustible fun, and has become a recognised butt at which to launch their witticisms. If by some extraordinary chance the bill was passed this fund of amusement would be alto gether lost, consequently they don't pass it. They keep it going as long as they can and then reject it in the sure and certain hope of its resurrection in the ensuing session.
THE BOT FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
THE BOT FLY. A report from Yass states that : — ' Dur ing the last six weeks some valuable horses have died from the effects of the bot fly. and the pest seems to be on the increase. A resident ofrBowning, in the vicinity of Yass, last week lost a valuable horse, aud upon makin ; in ox i ruination he found no fewer than (32 of the bot flies in the stomach, which had been perforated in several places. Stock owners experience great difficulty in determining the cause of the horse's suduen illness, until itistoo . late, and sometimes not until after the animal's death.'
"ROOSTER'S EGGS." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
' ROOSTER'S EGGS.' The question as to whether a rooster is capable of laj-ing eggs has at last been settled. A prominent railway official at Junee, who keeps a miniature poultry farm, has a wonderful bird in the shape of a rooster which has suddenly become prominent in the poultry world by laying hard shelled eggs. It is kept penned up by itself and to date has laid some 10 or a dozen eggs. In appearance tbe eggs are much the same as ordinary hen eggs, and when cooked no difference can ue de tected.
CUMNOCK CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
CUMNOCK CONVENT. A grand concert and ball is announced, in aid of the Cumnock Convent Funds, to take place on the 22nd October. Mr. James McCormack is Hon. Sec. to the function, and informs us that a number of vocalists new to a Cumnock audience have promised to assist. The prices of admission for the concert and ball are as follows : — Concert! 2s and Is ; ball, 5s and 38.
COMMISSIONERS' LIABILITY [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
coMmssioNEss'Li^nalWVl An the Melbourne Court on verdict was given against the Victorian^ .Railway Commissioners respecting -the firing of grass by sparks from a railway engine. The J udge decided that it wafJ, the duty of the railway department to byrn off dry grass along the line so as to minimise all danger from fire.
CUDAL v. BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
CUDAL v. BLAYNEY. Since- the recent match, when ouoai root ballers defeated Blayuey in a contest for £15 a side,: there has been a deal of ; ' skiting ' about another tussle for a larger stake. Blayney wants to play with a team to be subsequently selected from all over that district ; Cudal is willing to jyeet the players chosen as Blayney 's Comr ctifion team. It is unlikely that a match will be arranged—for Blayuey is difficult to please, particularly in football matters. ,
A PROMISING PUPIL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902
A. PROMISING PUPIL. Says the Forbes Tjmks : — ' Miss Evelyn Gilchrist, a daughter of Mr. Alex. Gilchrist, of the Globe Hotel, Forbes, who is a pupil of the Rosebank Convent, Sydney, successfully passed, on Saturday last, two examinations in music — the junior for piano, and the intermediate for the violin.' [Miss Gilchrist is a grand daughter of Sir. and Mrs. Hogan of the Courthouse Hotel, Molong.]