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A FIRST DIVIDEND. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

A FIRST DIVIDEND. A first dividend of 7s 6d in the £ on claims on the assigned estate of Robert and H. E. Thomson, Molong and Manildra, is now payable at the office of Mr, Albert Borchard, Equitable Buildings, George Street, Sydney.

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

PUBLIC MEETING AT CUMNOCK. Joy advertisement in another column it will be seen that a public meeting has been convened for Saturday. 27th instant, at 3 p.m., ' for the purpose of considering what steps shall be taken to induce a medical man to reside and practice at Cumnock.' Mr. C. Miller, J.P., is the convener, and expects a large attendance.

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

REGISTERED SHEEP BRANDS. The following owners have registered their sheep brands and marks for the quarter just ended Molong District. Robert Gray, Cremorne. Obley : Edwin Johnson, Oakvale. Cumnock : Geo. Robt. Jefferies, Shaw's Plain, Parkes ; James Mulligan, Gil Gies, Canowindra ; H. H. Peters, Store Crefek ; Wm. Jim Rutter, Two-mile Creek. Cundumbul ; H. H. 'Wheeldon, Oak Vale, Murga.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Old Molongite. POLICE MAGISTRATE NISBETT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

An Old Molongite^ POLICE MAGISTRATE NiSBpiV ' TifKRK are many residents about Molong Who will remember Mr. Nisbett, who «for a number of years acted as local Crown Lands Agent, and subsequently Police Magistrate. While at Molong Mr. Nisbett married Miss Durack (sister of Mrs. W. P. Cahill, of the Royal Hotel). From Molong he was transferred to Nowra, and after 14 years' service in that district has ?recently been promoted to Clcn Innes. A late issue of the Sboalhaveu Tjii.K tiBAl'H savs : — ' Last Saturday saw tbe departure from Nowra of Mr. and Mrs. Nisbett and their family, and if anything further were needed to evidence the appreciation in which they were held by the community, it was furnished by the number of friends who mustered at tbo railway station to bid them a final gooc!-!;ye. Perhaps one of the hardest features about the lut of a civil servant is the constant breaking up of old ties and associations, and that this phase of the service is a natural re sult of official pr...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Molong's "G.O.M." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Sloloutg's ' G.O. ML.' Say# the Walgett SpECTATOR Tbe grand old member for Molong, Dr. Boiis, has received a definite promise from the department that over 40,000 acres bb 4tfercadool wiirjbB made avail a jfeuo Irfend to tbe ,a^ -weU ^.s the land improve, hir untmng of the sniall settler ahould. be suitably recog nised thrpnghim^^bte State.'

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Tennis Match at Cudal. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Tenuis HI tt tell at { axial. (From a Correspondent.) The most interesting tennis match ever played at vCadal was that 'served' on Saturday, 13th instant, when 7 Teachers met Cudal District. The teams were — Teachers : Messrs. West, Bowen, James, C. Carman (Orange), Moran (Cudal), C. Sheppard (Bocobble), and J.- Prize i Bo wan Park) ; Cudal District : Messrs. L Carman, Healey, ^Oavin, Earngey, L. Gavin, B. Gavin, Taylor and Turner. Mr. Caldwell (Orange) accompanied tbe visitors, but did not play,. Interest in the match rau high from start to Jinisb, and during the day the court was lined with spectators ready to applaud all de serving strokes. At luncheon, which was served at the Royal Hotel, Mr. G. Healey (captain of the Cudal team) welcomed the visitors and wished them the best of games. Mr. C. Sheppard (captain no f the Teachers) replied, and hoped that an early return match wonld be played. He thanked the Cudal team for their hospitality and for the enjoyable outing. Mr. J. Friz...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Yes—No" George. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

- ? George. C. recently returned study iaw oodrtsj has a good one to ; tell about Mr. G. H. Reid. The ;r. i^tter, while^examining a witness, ex f ^riTOceS somC^ilSbulty in obtaining . answers, ttniuscK-mpatiiied by long ex plafiatoiy statements. ' Say ' Yes,' or ^ Ko/ ' said ~ the distinguished^ advocate; quickly adding, 'or both together, if you like.' This was a new complexion under a historical utter ance, ana the Court simply roared.

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

ChronicOlprri^^: I Hssisssas I M-»rd, asgg& 4'^'^ g.w. ? «w» 'ill be any grain in the for jH

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

[?] BUT— YES, THEY ARE NICE. Matthews & Bradley's f Fancy Muslins, Mercerised Silks, Printed Sateens * ARE JUST AS NICE. YOUNQ LADIES, Try us for DRESSES. 3. B. Campbell's The Beehive Store, I ; Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHEAPE8T H0USE INTHED18TRICT . WHEREAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. Enamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ADDRESS SB==*!te=^ OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. TURKEYS. 7 ? 0 ? ? ? WANTED AT ONCE, Poultry in any Quantity. Cash Price Olven. EOBEET -A_. FINCH, Beehive Stores, Cumnock. C, CHARTERS ' HASno?rUC„h P'eaSUr| in,than.kinSuthe M Molong and district for the liberal pitoDage aMfflW him emce he commenced business. For the Dresent S season the Shop has been re-atocked with a complete arid varied aaaortmentof — Toys# and Novelties. — OOLLS IN GREAT ' New Year Card s VARIETY. Tobacco, Cigars & Cigarettes JyT Perfumery (©rnanunts. m 'ojSESK IT Shirt Studs, Sleeve Links ALL NEW GOODS AND AT LOW PRICES. _ „ ' ? '3S0 : ? — — CLAUDE CHARTERS, T...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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THE COMING FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

THE COMING FARMERS. This is an age when education is made as practical as possible, and th$ work of tbe class room is backed up by the practical training of the workshop. Our agricultural colleges are a good example of this— one day in class, aDd one on the farm. But all farmer's sons cannot go to college. Even those who are to follow their father's calliDg and be farmers in their turn are, most of them, needed at home. How can they get the special training and how can they be given an interest in their future calling ? Our idea is that every farmer's son should have (so long as he will make good use of it) a piece of ground of his own. Give bim half an acre to start witb, and increase it as the way in which he uses it gives you encouragement. Let him have the use of the- plough and team, and use the proceeds of his crop as be thinks best. Depend upon it, if be is the sort of boy we are thinking of, he has his own ideas about some of tbe new crops, and new methods of which, perhaps,...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

,,? -Professional. '? *i_*c ?'?-?. ? :? '? Dr. M. Veech, ' ? , ' - ?'-? ' ,- ' l^r B I D D t E STREET, — MOLONQ.- \ — ? ; ? : ? Dir. James lleiach, M.B., C.M., Ed. BANK STREET, Qovernment Vaccinator. [A Card.] Nurse Miller, CUMNOCK. Ladies' Certificated Nurse. M. L. Caro, B.D.S., Dentist, Orange, (Late Lever & Caro), (Late Assistant toDr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG — ON— Saturday, September ft Iff , And may be Consulted at Stock well's Hotel from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Legitimate Work done in all Branches of the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. jLegal. Mr. Eaniy fiym J&go Holt, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. TBUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved Secureties. FEED for STARVING STOCK. FOB SALE AT LOWEST MARKET BATES : Pressed Oaten and Wheateri Hay Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Straw, Oats, Wheat, &c. Quotations Given. Contracts entered into. Alfred McDermott, Wholesale Produce Merchant, ANSON STREET, ORANGE. WOOL! ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

BIRTHDAY PARTY'. j An enjoyable party was recently held .at ; Cheeseman's Creek to celebrate the 21 st , birthday of Miss E. Ivers. Mr. R. Kidd i ?acted as M.C.,-e*cellent music being sup- j plied by Messrs. C. Murray, 0. Green and ; Carman. Miss Ivers was tbe recipient of j many pretty presents, and tlio subject of j numerous congratulations. j

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Heavy Losses in Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Heavy Losses lift Slteep. We very much regret to learn that the sickness which recently caused the death of the 850 guinea and several j other stud rams at Messrs. Martin Bros.', Droubalgie, is still causing 1 considerable loss in this district. A number of other sheep have died at Droubalgie, iu some form. At first anthrax was reported, but the medical experts in Sydney say this is decidedly not the case, though they have as yet been unable to give the exact cause of the poisoning. We also hear that a number of Mr. Gatenby's sheep at Jemalong have died from the same : cause, mostly stud ewes, while other owners also report losses. Mr. Dowling, Stock Inspector, returned from Jemalong yesterday, and he states that tbe affection is a common one in such a season as this. Owing to a sudden flush of grass he states that the blood is in such a state that blood poisoning is brought about by the slightest scratch with the shears during shearing. The drought is looked upon as the pre-disposi...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. CRICKETERS' BATS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Local and General. CRICKETERS' BATS. A NUMBER of prominent cricketers have sold their bats in England for the express benefit of the cricketers' fund. Dr. Qrace's fetched £50, Trumper's £42, Rangitsinhji's £13, and Jessop's £8.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Burdett Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

JBurdett milking. — o — Mining at Burdett is at a standstill, or almost so owing, principally to an accident last week to the cage. The mine was recently given on tribute to Messrs. Nickelson and Davis, and tbe tributors had for tbe last month been crushing the stone on the surface and nuttius: the sand through cyanide treatment, there being a small plant on the ground. , Though big money could not be expected I understand tbe tributors bad been making wages. A start was made last week to get the mine going, and bailing was being carried on, there being several feet of water. The vessel used for tbe bailing was a large 'drum placed inside the cage, and on one occasion, after having been sent up full, it had almost reached the surface, when the pin holding the page snapped and the whole rushed down the shaft. Little damage was done to tbe shaft until the Cage reached tbe 400ft. level, but from that depth to 500ft. tbe timber was torn away. As might be imagined tbe cage suffered consi...

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

But we shall not (^viate from the, genuine tiring for our Braqid, - although the temptation to lower the quality is great. Our St rong I h is as the Strength of Ten teanse onr Soap is PCRE. Of course the price is higher than that of the diluted article, hut it is not dearer on that account, any more than halfa tiitifyn $s ?$9iEd^^:iy^b::4-'floriri'9 Iveoatise the value is greater. ^sk for the Surprise Brand, and insist upon getting it. rrwvwrvirwwfwfi ' ?'.*?» ^ *'*?.' . Agent for Molong : JAS. HASLAM, Australian Stores. Peopeietoe. Breeder, Exhibitor, Im^birter-'and Exporter of all the principal varieties of , . -TBETWEEN 20 AND 80 IN NUMBER. Prize Winner With mostly «tfl the following: Varieties at the batburfi, Dubbo, Orange, Wellington ana Forbes Shows. Light and Dark Brahmas; Buff, Jfartri4ge, tod White CoohinB; Langshan ; Dorking, BrowQ, and W&.te, Leghorna; ? Black Spanish ; Andalueian; Golden and Silver Hamburge | Pplishj Houdan ; Bantam, Game, any. color ; Bantam, r...

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

[?] ^ the richest , see principal even vat reaumii races last.weeku 1 ' , Seiiior-tJonstable Bowen has be-fa; authorised to issnk timber.fueland quarry licenses $t Manildra. ( . In connection ' with the recentloah the Maypt ofArnjidalehad to sign his ,y\ ' A billd'ealiBfcwifch the time pay men^ystembiw- been, ^introduced in Mr. Ern.J^w^^dflrtB ,fh^ -dMriofa sole agentforJ^^e^vHanol^^ndAfiolians. It* ll^nl^ipted thatwpbi 'will tofrcli iekt V^rossbred is - aiao^ikely .to;copimand a deniand. ^ . . .. ^N^liy iwbjMUions^ stealing ingOld coinage oavf b^%muited at the Syd ney branch ' of tbe^ Eoyal Mint this ? year. ' ' ' ; ' . Dorothfea i V?4i^elmina ^Cardline JD^jme -of xne^tfudner ih a judical separation : in Sydney. -r ^ ' . r At Broken Hill, Samuel Eyftns gave his in&^t.ar pp^der ; igr ^ he ebtuned for' hidself some months ^o:^Tbechild difed. : Holders\of gunpowder and co^ph licenses arfe 'reminded that same eipire ? o^^0|^-'^[e^eAber;- atid must 'iflfc renewed oh ^ or^ before...

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] [?] I .with ? *ith buttl||and teasteinsWitbcoldwater. the|ii^iand put on in^hat state makes : a good Pemeot for fepainng iron end A tablespoonful of turpentine put into tbe water in which wbite clothes are to be boiled will whiten; them con siderably. When a whitlow . first begins to make its appearance, take a lemon, cut off one end, put the finger in, and the longer it is kept there the better. To prevent your hands chapping wash them in hot water and rinse in cold afterwards, ob this hardens the skin and closes the pores. Then wipe thoroughly with a soft towel and rub with dry oatmeal. When ironing collars, coil them round, and place in a warm jam pot (of stable size) in front of the fire. When thoroughly warmed they will turn, out quite crisp and stiff, and a perfect shape readyjpr wearing. To prevent cakes burning whilst baking, either in gas or fire ovens, plac& five or six tbicknessess of stout brown paper between tbe cake tin and -oven shelf, and the eake will co...

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

'? ' :/ ? ??? \'t » *$^$11 *{£. ''?*??' ? ' ' /?' ?/'*''-? : V ?'',' V, :?:' ? ' ; ... ' Large Stock of Plate Ware for Wedding Presents, &c. Razors and Cutlery. WALTHAM and HOT HE 11 HAM Lever Watches. Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. Try one of iuy UlieillftftaSie l&illjgM for Rheumatism. 8s eneb. Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, 13s, and 25s. Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, Boiled Gold, and Solid Gold. Spectacles from Is to 35s. All Latest Designs in Brooches. i ? GOLD LINKS, any Design from 12/6 pair V--$ Large Stock of Pretty Chnrms and Gold Grosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding & Keeper Rings Try one of ray renowned NICKML . ' Watches at 21s. ?. Lever Movement and fconmagfit tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12ff 6d, 17« U IE3. BIiAOK A DDEB, JETWEX.LEE. JVLO i.OHSiQ-.

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O'Sullivan's "Policy." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

O'Siilllvan^ « Poiicr.' Ma. 0'StJLLivAN,;^gie^ort\feikgt speaking at a reoeut banquet1--'tbat'8 where they can talk^went iijtb figures to show how the couotry had, in'Ohis own words, been ; kept going on an ? ®ven «eel Jufing m last tbre^i'years ' iv „ ponoy 01 reproductive iSmhnnJ1 fchree yea«be hatf ?pent *4,quu,uoo on wages Alonej inabnbeo tion witb public works, and fourths of these works were, he olaim^-%. productive. That moneywent into ' oirculation. When a seweraga^cbeme was completed, we.got our interest on the money. When a tramWav VftO .' . completed, we got a return ^at ^6®, and the same with wilways, v ariesian and road works. The ' wasted, and the pebpie were ployed. Such a policy was a'Gpd-aetid ' to the country, - . ? — :?

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