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Death of Mr. Robert Thomson. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

|)eatli of Air. Robert Thomson. The unfortunate man, Robert Thomson, who made an attempt on his own life on Thursday of last week by shooting him ' self through the head with a pea-rifle, died in the* Hospital shortly before 1 o'clock this afternoon. During his stay in the Hospital there had been many anxious inquiries as to his condition, and profound regret expressed at the sad circumstances. Everyone had a good word for ' Bob ' Thomson, and now that he knows the il grand secret ' let us hope that hjs soul will be at rest. A coroner's inquest will be held at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning. Deceased will be accorded a Forester's funeral. ? - At the Lands Office yesterday the fol lowing application was lodged Patrick Ditton, 4b acl-es, conditional purchase, Trajere.

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

[?] BUnshi?#^ th©fearsfor.awet-tf company sat down vfaa sujmptuously laden, tobies,- the first glance 'at which-- would oertaixdy tend to -dispel %nv buffering thoughts of tbe drought from whicn we are apparently emerging. . THE TABLES. Of the three tableB there was but little choice— being all , alike, good !./??? They were contributed to and managed ks fol lows No.,1 Table, MesdamesE.Reece and W. Coller, assisted in their pleasant' jgbrk by Megdataes Harper and Cassells, Misses Ethel Wbiley arid Harper. ? No. 2 Tablc,by Mrs. William Hylaad, who was agisted by her sister, Mrs. Whiteman, aud three daughters, Mrs. Geo. Peacock, Mrs. John 'Ball ana Miss Hyland. Mrs. Barnes also lent willing assistance. No. 3 Table,' the viands for which were contributed by the Batchelors, was under the particular caro of Mrs. JohirWhiley, Misses Edie Barrett, Ellen Langdon, Emily Johnson and Nellie Langdon, and evidently failed not, by smiling attentions, to cheer the inner man if not, the hearts of t...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A NOVEL WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

A NOVEL WILL. A rich man recently died, leaving a will quite out of the ordinary. The last testament itself was opened immediately, when it was found that a codicil was to be read after the funeral. The will said ' Every member of my family who shall abstain from attending aiy funeral is to receive 300 marks.' As a result the funeral was attended by his housekeeper, a distant cousin. On the codicil being opened, it was found that the residue of his fortune was -to be divided amongthose who, notwithstanding the loss of the 300 marks, attended his funeral. Hence the housekeeper gets^Jl.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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PARKES ALIVE! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

PAJiKES ALIVE ! A ruuue meeting was held at Parkes oil ; Saturday, presided over by the Mayor, for the purpose of obtaining greater justice to the Municipality, and a grant to carry out needed road work, and thus provide, employment for some of the men made workless in consequence of the pro longed drougbt. It was decided to askj the Government to place a surii of £1000 j at the disposal of the Council for expendi ture on improvement of approaches to the town with a. view of providing ^pjlgyT ment, and to have the ro^d WJW? dque by ^ day \abqr af a miflim^m wage of 7s a -|ay.

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

Valedictory. ; - — — O— ; * W. H. Dean, of .Gregra, recently went to Sydney and received a teih fjrary appointment on the trams, he other day Mr. Dean received wb*(l tbat he had been appointed to the permanent staff, and on leavijag ioi a different part of the city a fellow lodger inspired the following — to celebrate Mr. Dean's promotion : ? Far from sounds of City traffic. Far beyond the arid plains ; Awav where the land is thirsty, Where it scarcely ever raids. Awav where the sheep and cattle Seldom taste of foliage green : Back from where the dust-storms gather, Came our hero — William Dean. And how well do I remember The day he came to town ; His open manly sunburnt face. And his clothes with bust all brown. But underneath those travel stains There beat a heart so true : And Virtue had a champion strong Friend— William Dean— -in you. Not on the gory battle field Did he gain a hero's name ; Not either by great statesman's deeds Has he graced the scroll of fame. Not always does t...

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

Table Tennis. — n — The first round of the Table Tennis Tournament (100 up) promoted by the School of Arts Committee, was played off on Wednesday in the presence of a good number of spectators, with tbe following results : — A. Clarke ( 15) beat J. Davies (scratch). — 100-67. C. Meyers (scratch) beat M. Mahonv (25).— 100-70. J W. Bobbins (25) beat Miss Rae (40).— Miss B. Rubie (65) beat Miss E. Robards (40). — 100-87. J.. Cahill (15) beat A. Gilland (20). — 100-94. . V Miss B. Cahill (30) beat ' Molong n (30).-100 82. . K The second round will be played to night (Friday).

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

PUBLIC MEETING. i The public meeting war timed for 7 p.m. Mr. Buckingham, of Sydney (the Church Missionary Secretary), occupied the chair, and who was piescut ul tli« special request of the Pastor (Rev. W. Coller). Apologies were read from Rev. J. Alldis, Rev. A. Steven and Mr. R. J. Baker (Molong), Pastor L. H. Field (Orange) and' Rev. Parker (Wellington). The proceedings opened with the hymn, 'Forward.be our .Watchword,' followed byjirayer ottered by Mr. Pocjknall. . The evening's programme Was arranged as f ollows : — Secretary and i Treasurer's Annual : Report'; ' Uttward ' Christian Soldiers,' by the Choir; Chairman's ad dress, Mr. Buckingham ; double quartette, 'Master Speak !' Choir ; Address, Mr. William Matthews, representing the Molong Methodist Church ; Address, by the Pastor, Rev. W. Goller ; ' God's Holy Church,' Choir ; Adrlress, Mr. G. W. Griffith ; Address, . Mr. W. Edwards ; Solo, by the Chairman (encored) ; Ad dress, Mr, George Parslow. The Secretary's report showe...

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

For your Orooeriae, Fruit, Confectionery -&c., &c., go to J. E. CAMPBELL'S— the Cheapest Store in T050. Customers waited on for orders, and parcels delivered,*

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An Exaggerated Report. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] oft^ei^^efls w^y^^at£20^'anotber « £lO0^%nd^a^hju^^'^^^ iT% two latter were only puKhased at the w®°l saleslast june. It isconwdered probable, that tbe tndrtality is due4» the attacks of flies. So far^ranibiie is reported to have stood the drought fairly Well ; the losses in this direction, it is .said, do not exceed 1000 hekdi' ^ Writing jto Mr. Hebden on tbe sub ject, we received tbe following reply, which speaks for itself : — 'Erambie, Molong, 16 th September, 1902.— R. J. Baker, Esq. — Dear Sir, — I re ceived your letter of -15th. I generally bbiect to my private afEairs being pub lished, anebwhen matters connected with them get into the papers It is without'my authority, . and. in spite of mo. In the matter you speak of the report is so grossly exaggerated as to amount to a parcel of lies — exaggeration is no word-for it. I oaanot say what was the cause of my loss, such as it was, but I think the sheep died from blood-poisoning, and con jecture as a not improbable cause of...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Demon Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Tlie Demon Drought. Ateamstee talked to a Bulletin man of his last trip across from Broken Hill to the White Cliffs opal-field, where from 1500 to 2000 people Lave been for several weeks making acquaintance with Famine : — ' The man gave me three coppers change out of the shilling I threw down for a 21b loaf ; and as three coppers are three coppers on , a long dry trip, I turned into the next shop for threepeen'orth worth of apples. The wuuiitu tiuucu uvci uci iitue siirivciieu stock till she found one the right size— my threepenn'orth. It's no use trying to get through now with a big load unless you've got a very strong team and don't mind losing some of it. It's only 160 miles, but several of the stages are dry. Xmet a bullocky last trip, whose stock hadn't been watered for three days, and then for the end of the third day ne waB reckoning on a tank which I knew was run out. Poor brutes, they're lying 1 all along the track. If one knocks up you must leave it— you risk all the rest...

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Cudal Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

CiiduIScraps. ? Nominations for the fcohooV of Arts Ping Pong Tourriamen^ ^^ecl with 82—13 ladies The play promises to - Mr. Louis * andwas the gue^mf^^p|aclauer. MrJ Bioh was ahownj bv^r^e Uoro Imeroifti ' aatwfactiott ance of Caleb Parker's establishment. We bad % nice shower of rain on Saturday evening, 26- points being | registered. Threatening., weather has continued all tbe week.- The herbage : ground lias commenced to shoot, and it is quite a tr&at to /See the sur ' ' ' roundipge all ^ Ora^ef pt-tTbttU^^^^^Bathu rst

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Weekly Calendar. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

' WWit'ly Calendar. r- ' . SEPTEMBER. Son. j Moon. Da¥6. Rises Sets \ Rises. Sets. ? ? ? ! ? I 19 Friday.. .. 5 50 5 48 7 35 6 12 1 20 Saturday .. 5 48 5 49 8 40 6 51 21 Sunday .. 5 40. 5 SO 9 44 7 34 22 Monday . . 5 45 5 51 10 49 8 18 23 Tuesday .. 5 44 5 51 11 50 9 9i . 24 Wednesday.. 5 42 5 52 a.m. 10 5 25 Thursday .. 5 40 5 52 12 49 11 4

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Mullion Creek Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Mulllon Creek Tragreily. At the Coroner's Court, held at Orange during. the week, tbe jury returned tne following verdict ' We find that Patrick McGuinness, of Mulyan. in the State of New South Wales, on thejlth day of September, 190*2, died from a wound in the back inflicted on him _ At ? — ~ - J 1 1 lL J ? ./O ? J I « AAA 1 uii me saiu limaay oi oepiemuer, one Hugh Wallace, of Mulyan, in the Statu of N.S.W. ; and we, the jurors aforesaid, upon our oath further say that the said Hugh Wallace aforesaid 0*11 the 1 1 th day of September, 1902, feloniously and unlaw fully did-kill and slay.' Wallace was then committed to stand j his trial at the Bathurst Circuit Court on 1 October 9th. Bail refused. j

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The Kelly Gang Yarn. DAN KELLY AND STEVE HART. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] [?] wh6 were supjrased to bav^jMtished in tbe burn* ing. of tbe GlenroWan Hotel. ! Mir. xumviuu writes iiuttvi at *ub losfuuue ui a friend, he wasintroduoed to Kelly andHart, and desoribos the interview as follows : A MIDNIGHT DEPUTATION. One night ' when Pretorians, under martial lawregulations, had long retired to rest I w&^ aroused by a knodc at the door. Oh openingit my irrepressible ac quaintance waJkea in. He was nervous and exetfcd. ; *'I have brought them,' he whisperedmyslenouBly. ' Brought whom ?' i:a8ked.- 41 The-boys.' ' What boys?' 'Dan. and Steve.' 'Oh ; You mean the KtellysVehowthem in,' I said flippantly, and begave me a reproving scowL The irrepressible person shot out, and of , meri, *lipl^ e^ltotly kn-wn . what it ? waa to i^jigb^it. There wjas no necessity to be introduced. ,Ihad met; or nodded toffienwacore qffiitnes before that night. I aid ns^laib w jmmi ho wever, as ' Dan ' Ktdlp^^^H#fejaart.' They sat doWnand made themselves at home. M Now, Whieh...

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

1 Bn -' * ° ' ..^s 1 ' , Notes- and Comments. I ▼ |By 'Pabatus.'] Looking out upon the threatening sky, I feel some pleasure thinking that the alarmists and pessimists may be de feated by a j^ood downfall of the precious fluid, for a copious supply of which we have waited so long and sd patiently in vain. We are told tbat everything cornea to him who waits, but then there is no alternative in this case. Things are at a standstill in this locality for want of moisture, and all sorts of bad things are predicted — even that we have no chance of getting the railway. * * ♦ Talking of railways reminds me of j the Canowindra Railway League, and the ass it made of itself by asking that the first section of the Cowra-Gregra railway line be at once taken in band to construct. It's a great pity tbat such an important organisation should lose time in such an unimportant and isolated place as Canowindra. * * * Political reform inaugurated by that political monger, the ' Caregrapb,' is engaging t...

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

. ' ?* * ?.-??' ; v -??? ? ' . '?-? -?„.: ?.':/??? .# .- ?... ?:??'. ;'{ ; :' ??*'?- . ? * .? *:. ?? . , ? ?;- ? '-? ..?? .??? , * '. ??? ' ? ..???? ' -t; - r---i :'^::^'fe;,;:,^^'^ ^ ' ?«.? ?--.'? -?- . ' New Spring & Summer NOW OPENING —AT— TTaRT.AM'R . AUSTRALIAN STORES. ALL UP-TO-DATE GOODS ! AND BEING MARKED OFF AT [Prices to Suit the Times. Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics Muslins, Yoiles, Fancy Dresses Lace Collarettes, Ties, Gloves Parachutes, Ribbons, Boleros Flowers, Millinery Underclothing Heady-made Skirts Blouses, Blousings Men's and Boys' Straw & Felt Hats Ties, Braces Mercerised & Fancy Cotton Shirts Boots and Shoes in all the Latest Styles at Bedrock Prices. T A TT.O-F?.TTsr--3- I % Suits to Measure from £2 2s 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. Bank-street, Molong. t i , / „ . i

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

woii. ? - ? ^ Wro Of cmmoOK ; ' AND ©JSTBICT. A. £. PHiLPOTT DEBIBE8 to inform his bid Customers In - Comnook and tiurrounding Distrlet that he has again commenced businsfis at Oumnockas Saddle and Harness Maker AND BOOT REPAIRER and bas come to stay. I trnst to again re ceive that generous support so liberally ac corded by the Public in tbe past. 6' In consequence of the disastrous season, my prices will be as low as possible. A. E. PHILPOTT, CUMNOCK. ittra. £ €, «luj& HAS added to the list of her valuable (muv tions a number of others from the pnvat# prescTiptione and medical notes ot her tale hus band, DR. G. R. R. tiLOYD, M.R.C.P.E., r.HP.dr , &c., Registered, Sydney, Melboarne, Brisbane. §The8e Remedies an dis pell Bed under the immadiafct care ot a leading Sydney Phy y slcian, and will be known as the !?'' BIOSOZON RBMEDIE5, aud may be obtained tromURB* A. C. LLOYD Only, at the uni form price of lOe ed per box or FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION. Send 2s (stamps...

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

The Urlnk Cnre. Tbe Bev. W. G. T^ov^^jpAriiiten dent of the Central Mission 1 Medical Retreat, has; |p^ii^|ea us a copy of an illustmiBd^l^^ dealing with tbe drink curse, , a^l^eatnienfc and cure, &c. It i^n|ai^|ps^it9onials from persons who h^TOCbfeea per manently cured of the ^fleets of «&tob&,.and ojEilae Estreat, which opened at fitenmore, and ' '* ' 0068 licensed aider Act of fjf '-r . ylicH ?:- ? ? ' ?- V- i -V V

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

A LIVER COUGH. Its Course Cut Shbrt The Cms of Mr*. B. NIXON. t (Br a balmain reporter), n For some unaccountable reason the troth of a good many things are often only ad milted iu a half-hearted way, and in .couse- - qucnoe it is difficult to decide how much or by w Utile to believe, but when such a deci sive statement as that made by Mrs. Blanche Nixon, of No. 3 Little's Avenue, Bajfflaiu East, is brought to light, tbe information tlu*t is gained may be accepted as accurate. To our reporter Mrs. Nixon remarked: — ' .1 u b t about five years from the present date I had a severe attack of influenza, and 1 became bo -weak that I could not turn iu bed ^ All my limbs were racked with in luiihv aches, and I suffered greatly frum a \i-Jent rough which strained my system tci i ilily, besides keeping me awake at nights. It was very trying to be in misery all day, and not get any rest at all, for there I used to 1 -- night after night in a state of feverish retalessiieas; and when the next ...

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

[?] The' A.M. P. Society is ; taking up Municipal loans at 4 per cent. A merino ewe at Montreal, Cooma, gave birth to five lambs, three of which died. \ 4 - The new Municipal Bill fixes . the minimum ^umber of aldermen at nine, instead of six. ' „ To advertise judiciously through the medium of the Molong Argus is always a good investment, mu- a ? vr a tir JLUB \J1Y11 KWITVivO UI TT« UttO been increased by over three thousand during tbe past seven years. ^ Lord George Hamilton is mentioned as a probable successor to Lord Hope toun ae Governor-General of Anstralia. At Dungog a ratepayer took three days in gaol rather than pay bis rates, .and tbe Council wiped bis name off the books. Since tbe issue of tbe- A.W.U. manifesto shearing generally has been conducted satisfactorily throughout tbe State. Mr. G. A. Lee bas resigned tbe leadership of tbe Opposition in the State Parliament. Ill health tbe cause. Millions of men in India live, marry, and rear apparently healthy children upon an i...

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