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ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. SHERWIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. Sukrwin's Rkport. j Fat Cattle.— 63 yarded, including some fair quality bullocks and cows. The prices were high for anything good, and l-est beef was worth about 50s per lOOlbs. Bullocks sold from £12 6s to £14 Is. Best cows from £10 Is up to £12 15s per h«id, others from £3 Is to £8 Is, 22 bead being passed. Fat Sheep. — 160 yarded, including a small lot of New Zealand crossbreds, which sold at 35s per head, others were only little better than stores : 1 crossbred ewe sold at 10s Id, 1 ram at 15s 6d, 2 wethers at lis Id, 24 lambs at Us 4d, 10 lambs at 9s 8d, and 44 lambs to 6s 4d, about 40 being passed. Store Cattle. — 26 yarded and sold as follows : Steers and cows from £4 to £5 Is ; yearlings and poddies from 27s to £2 6s. Store Sheep.— 1120 yarded, mostly of poor description. Wethers (poor) made 8s, hoggets and 2-tooths from 4s 6d to 7s 6d, culls 3s lOd ; 370 were passed at auction.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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J. S. LEEDS & Co.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

J. S. Lkeds & Co.'s Report. Cattle. — A record price was yesterday realised for cattle. Bullocks, just beef, made to £14 6s : cows, very light, £11 6s. Beef making £3 2s per lOOlbs. Horses. — Mr. Richardson attended at our Horse Bazaar, and purchased freely, the sale being a record one so far as prices were concerned, draught horses making to £50, and light horses to £15. The animal reaching the top figure i^vas Mr. Dean's stallion ' Promise.'

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

:' .; ^ * ?' y ak',': ,; Australia, sends us hifiphotograph ' ?-' -:Jl^' - ? 1h ;?.,/? vi,Ab6ut two months ago J beganto ;j^-!t®**': ' - ? *eel b%dly all over. I wa&easilymade ? i^3pMEL 1 . . , tired. I lost my appetite and was vety nervous. In a few daysmyarmiS and , ' * . ^^JjBWpy^ neck were all broken out With. large / lU/fMm^OTl ^5* jSfLdt/ boils. For weeks my suffering was mummi ^jWjQl. terrible. I tried remedy after remedy, W Hinti I ^ but without relief. A friend told me it \j I HHi , ||||||||^ was not my skin but my blood tbat ' \ Blflft JngMmV i needed lielp, and urged me. to try Ayer's ' wRnMk 1 Sarsaparilla. He said he kn#w many ry* people -who had been cured by it. I ; lEv. -: bought a bottle,' and I began to feel : r |«m, better at once. My appetite returned, 1 *00^ digested better, and I felt ^ ^ greatly encouraged. Before the bottle mmrJfflf ' jP was all used my blood was pure and ^T^w\ ' the boils had entirely disappeared.' 'The World's Greatest Family Medici...

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

WiiF Pastry Cooks, Confectioners, Grocers FRUITERERS, Opposite Commercial Bank. Molong. Pastry a Speciality. ; Choice Fresh Fruit. Jgp Wedding, Birthday and Christening Cakes made to order on the shortest notice. DILGA SAW MILLS. THE undersigned has much pleasure in notifying residents of Molong Distriot that he has taken over the Saw-Milling Plant lately carried on by Mr. 3. Pender at Dilga, and is prepared to supply timbers PINE or HARDWOOD on the Shortest Notice, andatLowesf Prices. -ST Estimates Given. '®» A. G. BROWN, DILGA :: SAW :: MILLS, Cumnock. ZtsTOTIOIE. . t SCOTFORO AND LOGKHART HATING Dissolved Partnership, the Business will be carried' on-'by 8. J. LOCKHART afe S. J. 10CKBBBT ICO., TAILORS. MEN'S MERCERS, AMD Costume Makers, SUMMER STREET, ORANGE. MR. LOCKHART will Visit MOLONG Monthly, and may be seen at Mrs. Clarke'B .Hotel. Kindly write and bave appointments made. ? ? ? — ? i — ' ?; _ ' ' ? ' ? mo ' STAND VpiaDB SEASON &ARBA, and travel through Molong, Shad...

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Molong's Member. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

[?] 0mCiAL COttStESPONDENCE. ^ t - - Db. Ross, M.F., .has handed us the ^ ' ' following letters ,ior; publication - ^ ^ ; JE WS CBEEK BRIDGE . { - Fabfic ;Works Department, ? Sydney, v. -12fli September, 1902,r~Sir,— I am directed 'by tbe Minister to inform you that behas approyejdoflhe acceptance Of tender of £ . Mr.jJoho Wild for the erection of Monier ASch-Bridge at .Tew'siGreek, RoadBridge w'atferto Teoval. forthe sum of £849;— I 1 : hare the honor to; be, &c., J. . Davis, Under Seoretaiy. '?

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CUDAL SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

CUDAL SCHOOL OF AETS. Department ofPublic Instruction, Syd ney, 12Ui September, 1902.— Sir,— With reference to your letter of the 5th instant, forwarding and recommending an applica tion for a grant of ' books for the Cudal School of Aril, I have the honor, by direction of the Jliiiifeter of Public In : atruction, to aoquaint you that he regrets that the request cannot be complied with, ' it being.^ainSt thepracticeof this Depart ment to make Buch grants to School of Arts.— J. C. Mayn^eB, Under Secretary.

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MURGA-BUMBURY MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

MUBGA-BUMBUBYMAIL SERVICE. Commonwealth of Australia. Post ' ' master General's Department, General &.? / . Post OB&ce^Sydneyi lothSeptember, 1902. g- t , -^Sir,— With reference to Jrour communi p r; cation of the 4th instant and to previous pp; . -x-irofepondep-» in regard to the request ^ - of -iie^dente of Beedy Creek for the ostsbli^imeht rof a twice a week mail v \ serv^ MtweepMuKa. juid Bumbnry, I ' have t^^bttor 4o iiif Om you th&t an |v' ^ : InspOo^br of the X-epartment will visit tbe ioauity.iycpbably^lhinfoe next 2 weeks, % i'v which r: will rec^vedue whsideration, after which ypn- Will be furtherTcommuuicated with .?.--* to be, 4cj, G. P. vJNWi:N, Aeting Deputy Post U- maner Oe&waL 1 -* ' '

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Obley Police Court. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. BEFORE the P.M. and Mr. R. Hunt, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

ObleyJPoll-^C4»urt. -i - *-; ? Satoeday, Septkmbeb 1-8. Bbfobe toe P.M. and Mr. R. Hunt, |:v. E: J. Morrison . was charged with f : stealing & 6d the property of the Post | master Geageal on\Maroh 26 last, and ^8 on Mfey 16. Mr. J* T. P. Bassett, ot Wellington, appeared for the defence. ^ Evidence was given by ^liss Gibson, Miss Mackay, , Gon stable Considine, ^ . , Lahva jSib^ipn and 'C.^.^Gihson . ^ It wasaMeged, for the prosecafcion, .that 1;% mar|ied coins had^ b^n# j|aced in an v 'opea box id the ^oy^l^osfc r ^offibe 'at; % d^BTerent dateB. TheTcpins had disap Pv j^ar^^ «^ aecaSed' h^d ^Jad posses sion Of three ot the faarked coins which were missing. 1 For the defence it was stated tbat C if the accused had had the coins they were ones received by him for school fees. Evidence was also called to show ^ : that the post, office door had bebn fre quently left open when no one was in p.[' charge of the office. TbiB Bench after consultation, com v;,': mitted accused for tri...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Commercial News. LOCAL MARKET. MOLONG ARGUS Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

Commercial News. LOCAL MARKET. ? i- i* ? Molonq ARaoa Office, Friday. Wheat— none offering Flour, £9 15a per ton Bran, £7 Pollard, £7 per toh Dairy Butter Is 3d wholesale ; Is 4d retail Factory Butter, Is 5d wholesale ; Is 7d retail Honey, 4d to 5d. Bacon, 8d wholesale ; lid retail Eggs, 7d wholesale; 8d retail Cheese, Bodalla is 2d Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 9s to 10s cwt. retail . New Maize, 5s wholesale;. 6s retail

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

W0ter Your Dogs. ;| Forms at the Argus Office. ? Price, 3^d Each. FOB the convenience of out Counfay , | Constituents the; may send tbe Fee to as, together with Particulars, and we will attend to the Registration. CAUTION- | ANYONE caught Fishing or otherwise ? Trespassing in the Larras Lake or ' M Burimbla paddocks WILL BE PROSE- - CUTED without respect to persons. vl JAKES LEE. Tbe ilo&g AttypfUt Mo IS MOW OPBK. ? First Class Work Guaranteed. S ENLARGEMENTS a Speciality. All 'M Work Faithfully Execu ted. PICTURE FRAMES made on the premises. Large Assortment of Mould ings at Sydney Prices. ^ G. BAUER HAS much pleasure in informing the residents of Molong and District that he has opened the above Studio, and trusts that by turning out Firet-class Work to solicit their esteemed patronage. Note the Address : Bank-street, Opp. Town Hall. . Cttimtfftfe Utttdjcqr John Leary & Sons Proprietors. PRIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c., at the lowest rates. Small Goods always ...

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SYDNEY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 19 September 1902

SYDNEY REPORT, Thk New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd., report Wool. — There are no new features to report, the market during the past week having been very quiet. Sheepskins. — Competition very keen, at prices up to 73d per lb for sup. full wool merinos. Marsupials.— Fairly large supplies were nffayaA ornnH r-nmnp.t.it.inn fnr Irano.nrnn wnllaroo, and swamn WMlUhy skins ; scrub w lhbies had les- a'tentio - ; rabbit skins very firm at 6d to 10J per lb. Wheat.— As is usual at this time of the year, local disposals are necessarily lim ited, and interest is now centering in the coming season. The optimistic ideas of last month bafve been somewhat dispelled by the stretch of try weather, and the crops, according to the reports from the wheat-growing areas of the State, still want a further considerable fall of rain to secure an average harvest latter on. Quotations, which to a certain extent are nominal, may be given at 4s lid per bushel for milling purposes,

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Table Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Table Tennis. — 0— /' The following are the Tesults of tbe Table Tennis Tournament organised by the School of Arts Committee SECOND BOUND. W. Hughes (scratch) beat Miss Monica Cahill (25).— 100-99. Miss B. Cahill (30) beat Miss Scoles (30).-100-64. C. Myers (scratch) beat A. Clarice (15). —100-49. W. Robins (25) beat Miss Stella Neilson (25).— 100-94. . W. Hughes (scratch) beat J. Cahill (15).— 100-78.- J. Corbyn (15) beat F. Titheradge (25). -100-56. THIRD ROUND. W. Hughes beat J. Corbyn.— 100-79. C. Meyers beat Miss B. Bubie. — 100-77. Miss B. Cahill beat W. Robins.— 100-93. FOURTH HOUND. C. Meyers bfeat Miss B. Cahill.— 100-84. W. Hughes, a bye. ' PINAL. C. Meyers (scratch), beat W. Hughes (scratch).— 100-73.

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Molong Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Molong Cricket Club. ? — o— Tub annual meeting of Molong Crickpt Club was held at the Royal Hotel on Friday evening. Mr. J. G. Donaldson presided, and there was an excellent at tendance. * On the motion of Mr. J.Cook, seconded by Mr. J. Davies, it Was decided to re organise the Club with & membership fee of 5s. . 'V y K ELECTION OF OPyiGERSv' Patron.— Lieut.-ColonelClaude Smith . President.— Mr. J.G. Donaldson . Vice-Presidents.— The names of eleven gentlemen were.Bubmitted to the ballot, resulting in the election of Dr. Veech, Dr. JEteiach, Messrs.G. H. Hebden,B. J. Lee, Louis Rich and H. S. Carr. Secretary.— Mr. J. DavieB. Treasurer.— Mr. P. F. A. Kinna Committee (5 to form a quorum). — Messrs J. Cook, J . fieflternan, J. Cahill, A. R. Bamford, W. Couch, B- J- Baker, A. Bonny, Titheradge. Hodaon, Meyers, Corbyn, McCailuni and Obshm&n. Purchasing Committeie.— Messrs. Cook, Donaldson, Davies and Baker. The latter Gonunittee were instructed to inspect the material, &a...

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Our Dairying Industry. NEW LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Our Dairying Iii-l«istirj^ NEW LEGISLATION. The Minister for Agriculture has intro duced in tbe Assembly a bill to i regulate dairies and dairy factories,! and the production and manufacture 1 and exportation of dairy produce, Ac. Tbe bill provides in full detail for tbe registration of persons carrying on dairies, and for tbe inspection and sanitation of such premises. With regard to the sale and export of dairy produce, there are strict provisions for healthy storage. Provision is also ; made against the admixture of any deleterious ingredient. Tbe bill also I provides tbat no -person shall sell or supply to a dairy for any purpose whatsoever, or to any person for human j consumption— (a) any milk or cream wbich is tainted ; or (b) any milk or the cream from any milk which bas been drawn from a cow that is known or suspected to be diseased, or tbat has calved within four clear days before tbe day on which tbe milk was drawn from her ; or (c) any milk wbich is not pure milk, unless...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

[?] Matthews & Bradley ? 13- FOB— ? ' WoolPacks TattooQil ^he^l shears. «3* AND DON'T FOBGET - Top Quality! Bottom Prices ! ! \ J. E, CAMPBELL'S The Beehive Store, | Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT ^ WHEREAT TO PURCHASE ' Groceries, Fruit, arid Confectionery. Enamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ADDRESS OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK, TURKEYS. WANTED AT ONCE, ° Poultry in any Quantity. Highest Cask JPric§ Oiven. , — — — -o ? ? ? ? EOBEBT _A- J'llTOH:, Beelilve Stores, Cuiuiiock. C n XX A TO cpx? ID C? K yjJ XiA» imAi X\l X Jjl «£r\»j0 HAS much pleasure in thanking the Public of Molong and district for the liberal! patronage accorded him siDce be commenced business. For the present Festive j Season the Shop has been re-stocked with a complete and varied assortment of j Toys and Novelties. — DOLLS IN GREAT New v Year Cards Fancy Soaps ! VARIETY. . ^ Tobacco, Cigars & Cigarettes jgp Perfumery - Stationery (©rnammts. ? «'? C1 II Shirt Studs, Sleeve Lin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

WTppsflr; SHEARING will commence at Nandillyan on October IStb. . . CLAUDE SMITH. TAKE NOTICE. ANYONE found TRESPASSING in . the Burgoon Paddocks, and dis turbing weak stock, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. JOHN BRUCE. j ? ? ? ? ? ? Rabbit Drive. Rabbit drive at boree- on ^ SATURDAY, 4th October. Lunch and 50 rounds per man provided. Meet | 8.30 a.m. on Gamboolato Boree Road, near the White Tank at Mannings Springs. No boys allowed to shoot. F. JAGO SMITH. NOTICE. 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, 190*2. TAKE NOTICE. ANYONE found TRESPASSING in my Paddocks, at Balderodgery and Oak land, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. J.J. DONNELLY, Balderodgery. GANOISH & WATTS, BUILDERS, ! CABIMfiT illlRURS, — AND — House Decorators, Watson Street, Molong Plans Drawn. Estimates Given. IMPORTANT NOTICE. TO THE RESIDENTS OF Cumnock and ...

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Local Land Board. A WELCOME TO THE NEW CHAIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

[?] WElOOttE TO THE NEW OHAIEMAH. ' l ^ entering upon the business of the Local Land Board on Tuesday at the Molong Court House, Mr, T. S. Pearse. embraced the opportunity of ^extending a welcome to the new Chair man of the Board, Mr. J. T. Keating. Mr. Pearee said that being the first meeting of the Board in the MoloDg district, since the appointment of the fi&W Oha.irmA.rr ho u^u^ie ' ? ? — — — 9 'V -vmivu, UU UCUttlL of his colleague and himself, to extend a very cordial and hearty welcome to Mn Keating in entering upon the duties of tbe high and important position he bad been called on to fill. Mr. Keating wsfe no stranger to them, for his connection with the Land Ap peal Court, as Registrar, bad caused him to become well and favourably known to p&pple who dealt in land. He thought tbe experience gained by Mr. Keating in tbat position would be of great service in bis present office. He said tbat on tbe Chairman rested an important duty, as be bad to administer be...

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Enjoyable Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Eiafoyafele Picnic. TuEfirstpicmc.of the season eventuated on . Wednesday last at the Bifle Range under the auspices of the -Christian Army. Tbe weather was perfect, and the attend SJ?n^tapiate Mat ful& three hundred * juveniles. To prevent the dragpng of weary feet, Alderman W. B. Cole s van was brought into requisition, the children being driven 'to and from the ground. The usaa] plcnic ganies were in S? Anth^ members ^of ^Udenomina w « ^^chneiwerbihrited to r~7 ^ or woq and of loysthat ever'' tb? invitation being to a °pe+n 2ir fr.om which wafted the S''tt8,h0f 'The Home Over ' Name of Jesus with « &c- Leader Mr. James Ball V&?' %°m ' Th'e ' Armv ®r-?theLr- J84*0 Staines, the Army Father, lq his usual witty and saSSofS' jn-luoed . a iesson from the games ot the day— a duty in which Bro Isaac was supremely happy/ 1^rge , c°mpany had done taken home Whafever may ^e sSiof there is no douht about Le SSMSlrf good f things provided at their annnal I |

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The Municipal Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Tlie Municipal Bill. The following are the main features of the Municipal Bill now before Parlia ment : — That the Governor may establish new, municipalities and re model existing ones ; that the election bf aldermen, shall be on the ' basis of Sydney — otherwise inclusive of -- a lodeer's vote while it will also give a miner's vote ; that aldermen' shall sit ! for two years, and then* all ' retire to- J getber ; tbat Councils -will/ among their increased powers, have the con- j trbl of buildings and ^owerbf purcbas ; that in regard to finance there shall be ; i»h Option of' Is 6d .in tbe £ on tbe ren^ value as now, pr live per cent, j od l}ie nnitoprpved value ; that, the I accounts shall , he .audited by the ? Governntent ; ^tbat the Parliamentary ,^:S^QWioned by will guaraiilee loaBS. ;;

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Manildra Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

manildra ffiemi. . — [Fbom oub own Cobeespondjsnt.] A team of Manildra's recently formed Cricket Club made a very good stand against ''Garra on Wednesday after noon. Time only permitted of a one innings match, and the visitors won by 18 runs. Sympathy is expressed for Mrs. Thomson and family in their recent sad trouble. After all. the abandonmanfc nf tha Manildra Show this year was a step, unfortunately, in the right direction. ^ .Our local Jockey Club was not re presented at the Conference' held this week at Orange. A number of Manildraites attended Millthorpe Show on Tuesday and Wednesday. Some say the -respective sections were poorly represented. Although all stationmasters are not obeen, it is not safe to travel with some railway tickets supplied by labor agencies in Sydney. I would likfe to see our tennis play ers reach for Molong's scalp. Much sympathy was expressed here on reoeipt of the news of the death of Mrs. Dunn in Sydney where she has of late resided. Mrs. Dunn was an ...

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