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

Wasted Vitality RESTORED TO Robust Health* Tfce Case ofTvjiTil. SHANNON. (bt our reporter). From faded letters and dimly-remembered ' talk of those who once clung fondly to the legends and traditions of old, only a very hazy outline of events cftn generally be obtained, so for present requirements it' is advisable to get our information as oppor tunity^ affords. TIub ol»ject led to a re porter s visit to Mr. ^jLicIi ml Shannon, of Goganjo, St. Jamcs'-road, Waverley, once a resident of Balmain, reference to which fact appears below. ' When I was living in Bircligrove-road, Balmain,' said Mr. Shannon, ?' I had an ex perience which lean refer to very feelingly. It is in relation to my health, which gave me considerable trouble and anxiety. I could not enjoy anything, so you may guess I was in a bad way. I felt thoro u h'y knocked out, having no energy in my body to do any work, and looking upon all matters which came under my notice as being too troublesome to l-o thought of. 'I he wre...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Drive at Nandillyan. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

[?] Perhaps the. biggest drive e rer/Wfrtod tributed among the'Snieh.v menced at 9a;m.; udder ^^;ffiif^tibh «f ' Captain ' Harry Woolbtak, aud it was ' dusk when the last weary shooter turned up at the homestead witn his tally of tails —each shooter , was stipposed to bring along the tail of each rabbit Bhot.'; Over 2,500 rabbits, a few . hares- and 'kangaroo rats, ' bit the dust, ' and . with the wounded that escaped to their burrows to die, &o., it is safe to say that fully 5,000 of the pest were destroyed— not a, bad day's work. A.t 1.30 lunch Was provided by Colonel Smith, Mr. W. Edwards being the caterer. During the day several - slight accidents occurred. Mr. Allah Packham received a number of pellet wounds in the thighs, Mr. S. Hillan was struck on the nose by a half -spent grain of shot, and Mr. Ted Silk was hit in the back, but fortunately the shot did not penetrate .the skin. The unusual number pf shooters la the field made the sjiort extremely dangerous, and the w...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

WWTflNT MOtiCE. ?? TO T^ BESIDENTS OF OtTMNOOK AND DISTRICT. 4. E. PH1LPOTT 'ipvESlBES to inform his old Customer* in Jb/ Oamnook' and Hurroundlng District thathehos again commenced business at Cumnock as Saddle and Harness Maker AND , BOOT REPAIRER, and has oome to stay. I trast to again re ceive tbat generous support so liberally ac corded by tbe Public in the past. . 1®' In consequence of the diaastrona | season, my prices will be as low as possible. A. E, PHILPOTT, CUMNOCK. Jttrs. JL C flajit HASadded to tbe list of her Taluable prepus tions a number of others from the private prescriptions and medical notes of her late hus band, DR. G. R. R. LLOYD, M.R.C.P.E., r.nnw* &c., Registered, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, . § These Remedies az* dis pensed under the -hhim*»«k care of a leading Sydney Phy y sician, and wttloe known as tbe ^ BIOSOZON REMEDIES, and may be obtained from MRS. A. C. LLOYD Only, at the uni form price of 10s 6d per box ot FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION. ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Budge Speech Points. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Budget Speech Points. Last yearns revenue was £11,377, V00. The expenditure was £11,874,000. The surplus on the year's operation waB £3000. ] The Government has, however, not paid ?the £100,000 as was previously done, to reduce the public debt. Apart from this there is a deficit from the previous year of £87,000, which the announced surplus of £8000, reduces to £84,000. The Treasurer expects to wipe this out during the current year, and to show a credit balance of about £3000. No new taxatiorf will be introduced. The Old Age Pension Bill will bo amended early next session witb the object of preventing imposition qq the public revenue. .? Long leaaes of properties on the resumed areas will not be given till the property market is taore buoyant. The estimated revenue for the current financial year is £11,236,050. The estimated expenditure is £1U47;OOQ , ^ . estimated surplufe af iter paying - off :the deficit is £3700,' ? ? ' ? ' ? *

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Eugowra. Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Eiigfovrra. Farmers and Settlers' Association; The usual monthly meeting of the above was held at the School of Arts, Eugowra, Mr. Nevin (the President) in the obair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and oonfirmed, covering numerous resolutions, among which wera, the appointment of a snemal committee to frame suggested amend ments in the Habbit Bill (the report of which bad been forwarded to Minister for Lands), and the applica tion to the Minister for Works tobave a weir constructed ngar Eugowra, .A large amount of correspondence was dealt with, including letters from Mr. J. B. Reymond and Dr. Rossf Ms.P. Among the resolutions passed was one that an application be made to the Minister for Lands to have the Eugowra Common cut up for closer settlement. The trustees haying re signed, there is now no Comn^Qti in existence. ''s. „ |fc W48 decided that meetings in future should be held at 7,80 instead of in the afternoon as hitherto. ?.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Western Racing Association. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Tlie Western Bacing ' Association.' — o — On Wednesday evening last a number of delegates representing various Western -Jockey Clubs met in con ference at Orange, promoted in the first instance by the Parkes Club. Among the. delegates present were* Lieutenant-Colonel Claude Smith and Mr. J. F. Wynne (Molong), Messrs. John Leary and A. Q. Oldham (Cumnock), Mr. W. B. Wynne (Peak Hill),N4ind Mr. Herbert (Eugow^a). The delegates were cordially welcomed by the Orange Club, and their health enthusiastically drunk. Lieutenant Colonel Smith, in responding, said ,they owed,a debt to Parkes for origin ating the idea of the conference. J At tbe meeting of ^delegates, Lieutenant-Colonel Smith was voted to the chair, and in bis opening rd: marks hoped tbat the Conference would, be productive of much good and give an impetus to racing again in the West. He considered it was time for stipendiary stewards to be ap pointed, and was also of opinion that tbe legalisation of the totalizator would do mu...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

jmaking it one of the beet and 'most comfort able xetreats in the ,WeBt. ' Splendid Sample Rooms for ^Dommeroial . Travellers. BATH BGOMS, Ac. , BuggieB and Horses olwayBbn Hand Attentive Groom. xEdward Hogan, Co urthoiise Hotel, HILL S3?6|E1j, JJOLDNG. Well iVatered Paddocks. No Bespooslbility. Good Stabling. First-class Table. CHARGES MODERATE. f~i THE— y Commercial ^ohl vvmodk. J. W. BfcDoxmell, PBOIPKIETOB. v ONLY the best Brands of Liquors and Ales stocked. Superior Aoopmmodation for travellers. Excellent stablifig. The Commercial is the nearest Hotel to the Post Office. Half-Way Hotel, TWO-MILE^ WELLINGTON BOAD. J AS, AUSTIN PROPBIEim TT AVING leased the above old and popa . JOL, l«r 5ojtel; lately . carried on by Sir, c Eobert ^ibsbn , it will- be my endeavour to make it brie of the -most comfortable houses in the West. The premises are now under going a thorough repair, and will be newly furnished throughout. Special attention will be (riven in the selection of liquors, and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

o! th^liaod sDpok%iA ok & Sras^ere aws^ipp^^p: for floor aVpotau mission igbeipg union inaiflpf Molong Cobveht. * have beepobliged to bold over .J artiqfoMfcbext issue. - understorm early tfe$$./j3i^iiig, e rain fell ; threatening to.:day. present there i^ ' only ; two its in Molong Hospital. , e Federal Capitolsite, Sir Win.; says, will be se£tli|d in April. )ory, jlas, Tumat,ArmidaIe,Bath ursF jyndhurst arein the final, olio meeting to-morrow at Cum -£, at 8, to consider ' the doctor ' testion. ; A rabblt drive will be held at Boree jn Saturday, 4th October. Bee advt. ' Hon.- Ft! '? Jago Smith has also arranged for another drive at Tep Tree Creek on Wednesday, 8th October. LtirdMetbuenis hobbling round London on orntohes. Public Spools contributed r £500 towaa^lstheKeinblaFund. Inpaddocks nearGouiburn magpies are piokingtheeyes oat ofsheep. '.iCie total amount of endowments paid |o N.S.W. municipalities during Wales has Spent£748,000 in destroy ?' itag.64.W0.Ol 30noxioos a...

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

. ; 3E*aipln*ih« Ltbalt ottfcVMytoJl ? and set , that ? £&.*» 5' ButldingPaper. Wateiproof, gas and vermi *' ?'.? * * JlfeDlNG PAP n proof. E. ] ? ? ~~w Dairies . ' »-d Ff R Building* \ requiring a Normal TcmpersUire. - tICH and CO.. LTD., SYJ'NEY. P and B Paint is a mineral in liquid form. Its colour is Block, ' C is r ' used for preservation . »? of nil scrvic.es where indestructibility is required Foil putleuUrt (ton the Soli Acenta— E. RICH & CO., Ltd., SYDNEY, N.S.W. P &, B -RESERVATIV PAIE\IT. [. e. nu ! rhc offensive oionr (li^.Trj'pnrs ' I wlibti -li'v. leaving | nn ntlt-ijiKiii' i iir. I c-t i i' hi I ffZ i Lm Won't Taint V«':; : h- ; U \.i lilt' in t n W | I'll ,'irtd t » i., LTD., .sVi'.'wjr. | THING OF BEAUTY AND A JOY FOR EVER! New Cabinet Set Table Machine. Agency : BANK STREET, MOLONG. F. SYDENHAM, Representative. ( ? ? ? ? ~ ? i to/ye -? f STEINWAY PIANO. g ? ? ? j:^ Sfre ''steinway' Piano^ is^'beyond ^ || question the Best Piano Hi \ff that h...

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

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Burning Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

^Surnliig Accident. On Friday last a painful burning acci-i dent happened at Garra, Mr. Moses Brooks' little sob, Sid, aged 4 years, being, gie victim. It appears that Mr. Brooks was engaged ploughing a paddock, and had his son witb him in the field-. The father had gathered a heap of stubble, to which he set fire, and proceeded with his ploughing — about a chain distant from the fire. Almost immediately he had set to work the screams of the child attracted ? his notice, and be was horrified to see the little ohap in flames. Bounding towards him Mr. Brooks proceeded to tear off the burning garments, and re ceived nasty burns to bis hands in the attempt. The boy had his eyebrows singed' off and was otherwise much burnt. Mr. Brooks brought him to town where Dr. Veech attended to the injuries, and the little sufferer is now doing as well as can be expected.

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Death of Mrs. R. Shield. One of Molong's Oldest Residents. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Dealli of i99rs. B. Shield. One of Molong's Oldest Residents. On Saturday night an old, well-known and much respected resident of Molong district, in the person of Mrs. Rebecca Shield, relict of tbe late Robert Shield, passed away at thd residence of her daughter— Mrs. William Hasemer, of Forbes. The old lady had been ailing for many months, the immediate cause of death being a general breaking up oi tne system, ine aeceaseu may, who had attained the advanced age of 84 years, was a native of Grantham, England. After her marriage with the late Mr. Shield the pair emigrated to N.S.W. in 1841. and resided for about 12 months u oyd.iey. They then removed to Flyers' Creek, near Cargo and subsequently took up their residence in Molong, building the first house on the spot over which stands the office where this obituary notico was set up and printed. This was over 50 years ago. Since her hus band's death, some 12 years a.'o, Mrs. Shield had no fixed abode, but lived witb her family relati...

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Molong-Forbes-Condobolin Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

91»l(-iig-Forbeii-€()n(l-»- iMiliii Railway. ? O — The Railway Commissioners are going in for economy, and will only ran trains on the various lines to meet the bare requirements of business. On the MolongForbesParkesCon dobolin sections, it is found that a material reductiion in expenditure can be effected, without any appreciable curtailment of existing facilities for tbe movement of either passengers or freight. In fact, as regards frequency of trains, the passenger service will not be disturbed, the only alteration being an increase in the time of journey. Tbe permanent way has been strengthened, permitting the use of Ihore powerful engines and increased loads, and the goods traffic will be dealt with by a lesser number of trains than at present. The passenger train will terminate at Molong instead of Parkes, and the services on the other sections will be performed by mixed trains.

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STAFF-SERGEANT WASSON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

I STAFF-SEBGEANT WASSON. An announcement appears in several country papers to .the effect; that Staff - Sergeant Wasson's ^position as instructor in tne Mounted Bifies has been filled by ?* Sergeant Daly, who has only recently returned from his honeymoon trip to Europe. Sergeant Wasson, on bong asked to take up his old position, very properly declined, and proceeds to South Africa to try his fortunes there. His many friends in this district will wish him the best luck possible.'— Forbes Times.

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CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

[?] Dr.^ikhlard's report oti Ho^pi^^xiously awaited, J. * ; ' Grewa^eparations beiag made fornext ??)] .? monih'&WHacert and ball at Cumnoofc; ; :r v .' Qn&r^b'Jiicettsipg Court at H^oag..; Mr.^K^ninfc, Chairman of the Land Board,?wel«6med on Wednesday. ? - Sevei^^^ojictgjare out for roadwork . - ' ' Sixty sev^pcesin 4i years is a ^record that Forpjea should not feel very proud of. m Clau de Mipplni- -V Molong'a champion ping pongtp' ! '? ?' Larras Like Sheep were greatly admired at Cowra Bliowl^f^ Mr. J. Daviefc'ahapes like making an 'M ideal Secretary qjfthe local Cricket Cl|»b. ? p Mr. - «ted u &ows ProsecatorV^tH^^tirouit Coirt ^a -to week. ? '' ? . . Mr. Veech ih Wmfkt* ' '}% estem^ n^&cO, ?'££? MauUdni will be gkij m ykqt - ^ Mr. A. J. L. Stockwell, solicitor, is working dp an excellent practice at Wellington. Alteration to be made in the. railway service oh Molong line. Fewer goods trains will be run, and the passenger train will terminate at M...

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

, - '' - .... ?-'?«,_? - - _ lJ.|' Mrt«re ^Furniture! Furniture for Every Kind of Home. Cheap. Medium. Costly BAMBOO DRAWING ROOM SUITES, 7 pieces, Settee, 2 Arm Chairs, 4 Small Chairs, uphols tered back, loose cushions, best quality plush, every shade — Price £6 15s. A very Superior Suite. SIDE BOARD, Plate-glass Back, fitted with shelf ; made in stained walnut or cedar ; 8ft 6in — Price £8 5s— A Bargain. AUSTRIAN CHAIRS— all prices. ^ STRETCHERS, double wire (with legs), 12s 6d. ^ DOUBLE WOVE WIRE MATTRASS (for double bed) 18s 6d. ici BEDSTEADS, 2ft 6in— wire mattrass and top mattrass, complete, £3 2s 6d. jtJEDSTEADS, 4ft Bin, wire 'taattrass and best ^ kapok mattrass, &c., £4 19s. CRETONNE COUCH, 80s. Splendid line. PINE KITCHEN DRESSER, 24s 6d. KITCHEN TABLES, all prices. CHESTS DRAWERS, £1 19p 6d. MARBLE-TOP WASHSTANDS, all sizes and prices COMBINATION CHESTS DRAWERS, plate glass Mirror and two Jewel Drawers, £3. BAMBOO TABLES, all prices. FLOWER-POT STANDS, 2s 6d— Very...

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THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

' THE FUNERAL. Immediately the inquest bad concluded the members of the local Forester's Court (of wbich deceased was a P.C.R.) assem bled at the door of the mortuary, where the Chief Ranger (Bro. S. R. Watson) recited th^ first portion of the impressive burial service of the Order. A procession was then formed, headed by the Forester's in mourning regalia, six of the number acting as paii-oearers ; then Hollowed the I hearse containing deceased's remains, after which came the chief mourners and a good number of vehicles and horsemen. At the grave, in the Methodist section of the Molong Cemetery, Mr. E. J. Hamey read the burial service (in the absenqe of the Rev. A. Stephen) and the concluding por tion of the Forester's service was recited by P.C.R. Bro. J, G. Donaldson.

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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

[?] ,'r nVimHp »? -1 ??£& ffjfcffi ?£ ja'*i i--A .. ? 'H .' ww»| o» ^/. y »u-Wi.|, ?^Tafaob, Johnson ? ??? .'????? ?r. Aftee jdeTOnig^ihe body, lying at the morgue, the following evidence was adduoed :-- ' : :Ernesl Willit^n Thomsoni aged 22ye&rs, stated vAptbe.eldestsonpf deceased, BobGr^THptaTO|i,baker and«rocer, lately, residing ih Bank' Street, Molong ; my father was 47 years of ageand was born ' at Windsor'; , he was of jthe Methodist religion; he was married 24 years; my mothers .maiden name was Harriet Lang ford residing at Ofange, where they were married ; there are eightcbildren of the marriage, two are' dead$ iemember the' 11th instantjwas in bjjif and asleep; my brptherPercy tra into my worn about .730 arid said ' get -up, Erney, quick, father hassbot himself' ; {immediately got up and jran into a hack room ; sawmy father ihere lyisgonhis back ; saw blood on. . theeide of his face; I told iny brother,'' . Percy . to run for thedoctor if Iran down ' to Wr. ...

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Penal Servitude! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Penal Servitude ! Father (who had caught Patrick stealing) : ' I thought you knew better than to commit 'a theft. \ou. know how the law punishes people fbr small offences.' Patrick : ' How about you, father, when you stole mother's heart. You never got punished for that.' Father : 'I got a very Severe punishment, my son ; I got penal servitude for life, and am doing it now.'

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ON THE TELEPHONE: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Hullo there 1 Please ring ap E. Blackadder, of Molong, and order for me one of his 4b fid Alarm Clocks ; also a Two-tone Musical Clock at 16s, and an Eight Day Striking Clock at 16s. 1 am to be married on Wednesday and must have his reliable clocks in my house.'— Gus.

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