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

' Molong Meins. A public meej^ng will shortly be called to consider the question of a resident doctor for Cumnock. The local Presbyterian Church is to be renovated. Mrs. John Russell is canvassing for subscriptions to aid the wnrf.hv nhiAftti. * The twentieth annual session of the Municipal Association opened at Sydney on Tuesday. Aldermen J. S. Taylor and A. Parker represented Molong. Shearing commenced at Mr. G. H. Hebden's Erambie Station with a full board this week under the P.U. agreement. Lieut.-Colonel Smith informs us that Lancaster's stud list has filled for this season at 25 guineas. Owners, how ever, may book for 1903. Staff-Sergeant Major Daley has been temporarily appointed .. Instructor of Molong Mounted Rifles vice Sergeant Major Wasson resigned. Sergeant Daley held the same position to the Molong Half-Squadron some seven years ago. Newspapers throughout the State are reprinting the par. that Rev. J. Alldis has christened 1000 babies in DAM;nu JKLUJUJJg J-tlLiou. Agai...

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

Having a Run on Chaifiberlain's Cough Remedy. Between the hours of 11 o'clock and closing time at night on Jan. 25th, 11)01, A. P. Clark, druggist, Glade Springs, Va., U.S.A., sold twelve bottles of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. He says, ' I never handled a medicine that soid better or -iave better satisfaction to my customers.' This remedy has been in general use in Virgin nia for many years, and the people there are acquainted with its excellent qualities. Many of them have testified to the remarkable cured which it has effected. When you need a good reliable medicine , for a cough br cold, or attack of the grip, use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and you ;ire certain to^be more than pleased with the quick cure Vhich it affiorajB. For sale by H. W. 'Macon},' Chemist, Molong. J c;hip flunvi^ ? 0 ? NOW COMING FORWARD A LARGE SHIPMENT OF ? New Summer Drapery! INDENTED DIRECT FROM GLASGOW. Watch for Future Announcements. ? 0 ? Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies...

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

p{ ^^^^;';-^p^i.]fce»t ' Ms^jrefc. Is expressed on all sides that LOUIS RICH, of the . X^indsor Stores, Molong, did not pat in an appearance long ago. It is -admitted that since he commenced business here he has made ' -*♦ IRVING FIFTY '--Wr- (0if ^ **«.-.. ? - — — Others have been compelled to bring down their prices, and in fact, in | instances, to Sell Their Goods at a Eoss in order to keep pace 1 willi him at all. LOUIS RICH does not sell at a loss. Why ? :' Because he can buy from 25 to 50 per cent. CHEAPER than other ;. ' ' Storekeepers in Molong. He buys where he likes, and is '?-* ? * * \ ? ' ? not tied to any Sydney House. '- ~ -...- ' ' ''' ' ? ' ; iBTEJ - TKTPn-R TS L^.E&BL'Z' I and always makes it his practice to give his customers' ,: the benefit of his good purchases. His study is to i*- ',,i ' * sell at the smallest possible profit. _ |- '.~ ' -^?OOC7C?C7C?C5C»^Oe-Q^ * LOUIS RICH I; Is not personally known to everybody in Molong, but RICH'S LOW PRICES I 1 are,...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Religions lleoioraiMla. ? u ? , ANGLICAN CHURCH. Molong— 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (hc) and 4th Sun days at 11 and 7-30 Yullundry— 1st Sunday in each month at 11 a.m. Cumnock — 1st Sunday in each month at 3 p.m., and 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. (hc) Amaroo — 1st and 3rd Sundays at 3, also 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 Garra — 2nd and 4th Sundays each month j at 3, and also in moonlight season at 7.30 Beri — 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 Euchareena third Sunday in each month at 11 Obley— 4th Sunday in . January, March May, July, September and November at 10.30 Balderodgery — Same days as Obley at 3 J. Alldis. ST. JAJVTES', pUDAJL. September 21. — Toogong at 11 a.m., Bumbury 11 a.m., Manildra 3 p.m., Red Hill 3 p.m., Cudal 7.30 p.m., Fair Hill 7.30 p.m. W. Vaughan Rose, llector. H. G. Wiltsox, Licensed Reader. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as iouow : First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sunday in each month, Molong Third Sunday in each month, Cumnock Four...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Condition Powders. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Condition Powders. — 0— . The following powders have been found most useful for aorses or other stock that show a tendency to fall off, also stock that havte become low in' condition doling the drought:— Betalnut ? ? ? .2 ounces Sublimed Sulphur. ? ? ? . 2 „ Nitrate of Potash ? ? 1 „ Antimonious Sulphide... 2 .. Farina ? ? 8 . To be well mixed, v Dose : For horses and cattle, one or two tablespoons ; for pitjs, one or two dessert spoonful twice daily. ?_ The above can be recommended, especi ally in cases whefe worms or debility are present. . - ?

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A Good Spring Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

A Good Spring JHedicine. — o — . One ounce of salts, one ounce cream of tartar, half-an-ounce flower of brimstone ; with rind and juice of two lemons. Pour over the lot one quart of boiling water, sweeten to taste with sugar or treacle ; bat treacle is best. Take a wineglassful before breakfast. — Db. A. Gaffney.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A Farm Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

A Farm Medicine. ' — O— , ?, A better specific than sulphur for the treatment of tbe many skin diseases to which farm animals are subject does not exist. Both for internal application and external dreiftnngs it may be administered with -4xbellent effect, while as a preventive against the bites of parasites to* which sheep are particularly liable it is 7rarely equalled. Some shepherds 'contend 'bat a pinch of flour of sulphur given daily in the food of sheep is sufficient to ward off the attack of ticks, . while others have such Jaith in its potency that they are quite content ta ad mmister it in the place of subjecting the animal to the annual or^ bi-annual dip. In the fowl-house, too. it can bp most usefully Employed. If dusted on the p^umage pf the b^da . oc&sion - ally it mil not. enly keep the. leathers in good co&dition, but at ivill, ^ the same time, ensure perfeot immunitv fromi vermin. ^Prtetor; ftOBISBT I , - '

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

kieit Her of Fosters. Funeral Notice THE Members of Court McNamara, Ancient Order of Foresters, are re quested to meet at the Lodge! Room, School of Arts TO-MORRO W (SATUR DAY) AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of attending the Funeral of the late Bro. Robert Thomson, P.C.R. By order of the Chief Ranger, W. H. LEATHEM, Secretary. FOUND, a Pair of Spectacles, in case. Owner can have same by applying to P.B., this office, and paying for advt. NOTICE. CI HEARING will commence at Nandillyan ^ on October 15th. CLAUDE SMITH. Wing in hMa Paddocks. UNTIL further notice all Shooting in Gamboola Paddocks is forbidden. F. JAGO SMITH. nptTceT ANYONE found Shooting, Snaring, or Trespassing in any way in any of my Paddocks at Ardell after this^date will be prosecuted. M. J. KERIN, Ardell. September 6th, 1902. TAKEJNOTICE. ANYONE found TRESPASSING in my Paddocks, at Balderodgery and Oak land, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. J. J. DONNELLY, Balderodgery. MOLONG CRICKET CL...

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ON DIT: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] : Tbat the ? second round of the Table Tennis Tonrnament will be played off. at . the School of Arts to-night. That another Hospital bubble has been set afloat. - i That an officer from the' Board ;~of Health is at present in town on ' hos pitable business. That an interesting letter from Mr. G. H. Hebdfin, of Erambie, appears in an other column. Tbat shearing at Lieutenant-Golonel Smith s Nandillyan Station commences on 15th October. That the Australian cricketers, during^ their tour in England, won 28 matches, lost 2— unfinished 14. That they leave to-morrow, en route for home, via South Africa. That thegCowra Show, held this week, was a great success. That Mr. James Lee, of Larrasj Lake, Molong, secured five first prizes aud a champion in the Sheep Section. Tbat Mr. J. H. Carruthers has been appointed Leader of1. the Opposition in the Stite Parliament. That the demolition of a few of the old rookeries about Molong would give the town a much more presentable appear ance. Aye, ...

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Obley Police Court. BEFORE Mr. T. C. K. McKell (P.M.) and Mr. R. Hunt, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Obley Police Court. Befobe Mr. T. C. K. McKell (P.M \ and Mr. B; Hunt. J.P. Edward Joseph Morrison, charged with stealing sums of money from tbe Yeoval Post Office on 26th Maroh and 16th May respectively. Voluminous .evidence was taken, after which ac cused was committed for trial at Dubbo Circuit Court to be held 1st Ootobst n«tt Bail allows, self in £«q, and two sureties of £40 each or one suretv nf fflrt T. B^Baird v. Jack Jones.— Ifres- passing on enclosed land of Wandoo wandong Station, property of Mr. A Strahorn. Fined 10s a'nd4s lOd costs.' bame v. James Johnston.— Sum- mons not served. r Same v. George Bobinson.— Case withdrawn. wifhtawn. ^ toJ«r£B.W6re -,h'r8ed fiim''ar,y David Moon v. Richard Cole. -In- Court8 gUage* Settled out of Richard Cole v. David Moon - Court08 guage' Settlfid oat of Bichard Cole v. David Moon — Trespass on enclosed land, pronertv of Ricbard Oole. [O., does not give the result of tbis oase.1

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SMALL DEBTS COURT [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

SMALL DEBTS C0UBT. vv. rx. can well v. John Btirns.- Goods sold and delivered. Verdict tor full amount with oosts. Z ? ' '.x* ' 1 . .

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] The monthly meeting of the Molong Band of Hope was held in the Metho dist Church on Tuesday ,last. ; After the opening exercises the following , .pro gramme 1 - was . rendered :— Recitation, ' Twenty Little (Pots of ij Jam/' iEtfyrtle Walker; trio, 'Jesus Loves 3Ie,' three little girls ; recitation, 'The Drunkard, ' ' Eva Cole ; recitation, ' Baby is M,' Ivy Price ; recitation, ' Silly Jjittle May, ' Elsie Langdon ; recitation, ' Little J&uss Moss,' Irene Walker ; trio, ' When He Cometh,' three little girls ; recitation, *? The Thunderstorm,' Myrtle -Walker ; song, ''Buy my Pretty Flowers,' Ivv Price ; duet,*,-' The Party,' fMyrtle and Irene Walker ; dialogue, ' The Girl Hero,' Ethel Price, Jesse Burgess, Lessie ?Shield and Mr. Taylor ; recitation, ' Little Jim,' Mr. Kelly ; recitation, ' Tbe In ventor's Wife,' Mrs. Matthews ; recita tion, ' Firm Resolve,' Harriet Parslow ; song, ' Dutchman's Little Dog,' Myrtle Walker ; recitation, Miss Bembrick ; recitation, ' Somebody...

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Gregra News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Cregra Wews. (From a:Corresnondent.) We have experienced almost the two extremes as regards tbe weather here during tbe last week. The fore part reminded one of summer, the glass showing over 80deg. The last few days have turned the other way, and are very cold, with light showers of rain. Much interest has been .manifested here in the law case, Wren versus McFarlane, which was cast in favor of Wren. We congratulate our fellow worker of tbe soil over his viotory. . It js on the tapis that some more cases will be likely to occupy the at tention of the local court and the learned section of the community shortly. ' We are pleased to be able to report that Mrs. G, Cassell, senr., is recover ing from a severe illness. . - bloom is anything to go by there is a fine show for this year's fruit prop. But we are-afraid the bleak wjnds and frosts .will cause much damage to the leafless trees.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Eugowra Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Eukowra Notes. fFjtoM ouu own Correspondent.] We have had some nice rain lately, but not half enough to saturate the ground properly and give tbe grass a start for tbe summer. Tbe wheat crops are coming on fairly, still tbe prospect is not very bright for even a fair lmrvest. Although some few around here may have some wheat, most tarmers will be lucky if they get even: a fair crop of hay. The latei crops appear to have the best chance. Matters are very quiet, although on Saturday lalt our little town livened up a bit, and tbe departure of Con stable Johnstone for Moloug gave the idlers something to talk about. I may say that Molong is getting ab in defatigable officer in Constable John stone. lie is a man who gets all over his district — a regular nocturn — and in a town and district like l^olong, will have better opportunities for ex hibiting bis abilities, and rising in tbe ranks. At tbe opening hi the Court of Petty Sessions here /on the 18th instant, Mr. J. Robinson, solicitor,...

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

[?] rli (£rlod(&arohj Fathers.' ? ?? '4. ? * 5. Anthem^*|:B^nfia ill ih4 Highest.', C.v^CJod

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Telegraphic Items. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Telegraphic Items. t SYDNEY. Friday. A young women named Margaret Burke bas reported to the police that wbile in the coach between Merri Merrigal station and Condobolin early on Monday morning the driver alighted and pulled her off the vehicle, after which he brutally outraged uer twice. On reaching Euabalong fhe gave in formation to the police, who arrested her alleged assailant. The victim's condition is said to be serious. The woman bad just completed an engage ment as a domestic servant and was en route to Sydney at tbe time of the occurrence. James Burrell was committed for trial yesterday at Coonabarabran on tbe alleged charge of beating another shearer, Hpnry Rusden, with intent to unlawfully interfere with bis proceed ing to work. A shearer's delegate named Angus Cameron was yesterday at Narandera sent to goal for sis months for partici pating in the shearing troubles at Widgiewa. Mr. J. L. Horsfall, the owner of Widgiewa station, is suing the Austra lian Workers' Union for ...

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Commercial News. SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Commercial SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. - Sydney, Tit trsday. -? j Wheat, 4/11 to 5/ per bushel Maize, 5/3 to 5/6 per bushel Oats, 3/6 to 3/7 Barley, 4/ to 4/3 Bran, 1/4 J- to 1/5 per bushel Pollard, f/4£ to 1/5 per bushel Straw, £3 tos£3 15s per ton Chaff, prime to £6 5s to £6 15s per ton. Lucerne, £5 10s to £7. Potatoes, £7 to £7 10s Eggs, /10J to 1/ Butter, 1/3 to 1/4J.

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How Women Should Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

How Women SliouUl Vole. Miss Annie Golding, the female vote agitator, is now lecturing in the Metropolis on the subject of ' How Women Should Vote.' The great thing women needed was reform, (says* Miss Golding), having for its object the equalising of tbe rights of tbe sexes. At present the main obstacles which blocked the way were prejudice, apathy and selfishnesl, all of which she was assured could be surmounted by patience, kindness and perseverance. She suggests that women should direct their attention to the following questions (1) The matter of work and wages, with its special bearing on women, by tbe inequality of wages paid to men and women for equal work- In this con nection Miss Golding points out by means of a comparative tAble that cases were very rare where women's, wages averaged £1 per. peek. In the tailoring trade tbe discrepancy was particularly noticeable. (2) Tbe anom alies of the lhw in regard to women. (8) The double standard of morality. (4)^ ^ Ihstructinn 'of ...

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

Borenore. [From our own Correspondent. 1 We have been favoured with another nice fall of rain and tbe weather has been very cold. There has been a wonderful spring in the grass and tbe crops are making good headway. There should soon be an abundance of feed for stock. The milk supply to the local creamery is improving, and a number of fresh suppliers are now hriniTinor in millr and T Know tk '-?-O'-O ?' '''M *. U9U L ULICMf others will shortly help to swell the returns. 1 , Many of our farmers are improving ! their holding with new substantial i fences, prominent among these being 1 Messrs. J. Sohmicb, W. Cantrill, ana j N. King. Mrs. Bradley, has also ereoted a fine substantial shed. f A severe loss was recently sustained by Mr. W. Whitehead. Two finable ? draught mares fell into a cregk ffrfr had to be destroyed. Mr. J. Burridge, I regret tae&y, Is seriously ill with pleurisy fttod pneu monia, irffast his reoQ?«y is regarded as doubtful. _ | ? : /. . '-v - . ~ ' ? ''A Mr. ...

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

[?] ot Hbe 'Hospital bom Brd August 3)r. Belach sent ^IgpCMjfcrt in» reference to some sag gejtea iimproveiments in connection' 3?be report was; .^ordered tostond oyer iot\ tbe next gating. T^e : of Ite report was folly ! ^^apo^^led ?;? and -a sub-committee yraa \ ^poiiiied' to report [on tbe improve* meats. Tbe committee and Dr. /! 'Belabh' ^were of opinion . that, the: best - interests of the ., institution would be servedby not mincing the report pub lie for tbepresent, but itmight be aientiotied that inuoh that the report was based on .had been under dis cussion it previous meetings j in fact the committed had went the length of inviting tenders for the most costly - part df the work. The tender and Dr. Beiiuib4# repo'rV w;ere read at the August Meeting, and with a view of f r matting 'lone job of the lot tbe com-, niittdh aid not take the tender into ootiliderationt|»iBcemeai improvements being considered expensive and an noying, OnWednesday, lOthinstanc, the sub-committee appo...

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