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FOOD AND LIQUOR ANALYSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
FOOD AND LIQUOR ANALYSIS. The Premier, in answer to Dr. Ross, said that the number of samples of food and liquor analysed in the laboratories of the Department of Public Health from January 1 to the end of August of this year was 803, and the number found to be adulterated was 339. Taking all parts of this State, 2176 cattle were destroyed for tuberculosis between January 1 and Aueust Si, 1902.
MOLONG COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
MOLONG COTTAGE HOSPITAL. Dr. Ross moved,—1' That there be laid on the table of the House all letters, papers, reports, correspondence, decisions, plans of the building, and other docu ments, &c., having reference to the erec tion of the Molong Cottage Hospital since tbe year 1886, and the cost, of same ; also a statement of the amount of public money in shape of special grants, &c., contributed by the Government towards the same.'
COWRA TO GREGRA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
COWRA TO GREGRA RAILWAY. Dr. Ross asked the Secretary for Public Works, — When is the survey of the cross line between Cowra and Gregra, via Cano windra and Cudal, likely to be completed and ready to be submitted to the Public Works CJommittee for their report?— Mr. O'Sullivan answered,— I am informed that the survey should be completed in about three months, but I will give instructions to have it expedited.
ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS. The Premier, in answer to Dr. Ross, said he was not aware that a large quan tity of gin and bitters now in daily con sumption by tbe general public contained a large quantity of active poisons. A very large number of samples of the different kinds of alcoholic liquors in daily consump tion, some of which contained essence of different sorts, had been examined in the analytical laboratory of tbe Department of Public Health during many years past, but no essence dangerous to the public health, when consumed, had been found in them.
SOUND TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
? — — SOUND TALK. Father SHERiDAN, of Kmtna.in speak ing at a Baa^^t Ben-y^ said ^ CafcholicB live together more harmoniously. He 'dpprooated stirring up religious strife. They should take a man as they found tiifrij IrfAtmBcjaVe bf his religion. Anyone criEAting aiscibrd should be hunted from the district.
LOSSES ON GANOO STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
IibSSES ON GANOO STATION. DtJEING the -very severe drought this year, Mr. S. Taylor, of Goonoo, was one of the unfortunate pastoralists who lost sheep heavily, about 25,000 dying. It is now reported (says the Wellington T imes) that or tho3e left over 1000 were stolen a short time : ago, and so far no .trace' of them has been discovered. What with the drought and- robbery,- a pastoralist's life is not a very happy, one just now. .
TELEGRAPHIC RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
TELEGBAPHIC BATES. The new rates for telegrams, to come into force on November 1st, give a minimum of sixteen words, including address and signature, for 6d, if sent ?within a town or to any .station within a radius of 15 miles of where it is sent from. Beyond that the charge is ls for sixteen wordSj and in either case Id per extra word is charged.
THE RECENT CARGO CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
THE RECENT CABGO CASE. Mr. Robert Parky Bitivkei-ey, of Cargo, ?who was recently fined £10 and £5 9s costs by the Police Magistrate at Cudal for having skins of sheep reasonably sus pected to have been stolen, has, through his attoruey, Mr. W. P. Blackmore, of Orange, applied for a prohibition on the ground that the information and evidence disclosed no offence. A rule nisi for prohibition has been granted by his Honor Mr. Justice Owen in the matter.— Orange Leader.
ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. SHERAWIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. Sheravin's Report. Fat Cattle. — Only 16, of inferior qualrty, yarded, only 5 being sold, balance passed m. One cow sold at £7, 3 cows at £7 l'2s, and 1 bullock at £2 ; 1 calf at £2 5s. Best beef worth about 45s per lOlbs. Fat Sheep. — Only 93 were yarded, being New Zealand crossbreds, which sold from 27s to 29s per head. Fat Lambs.— 40 yarded, which were all passed. Store Cattle. — Only about 400 out of the 700 advertised were yarded, and sales were very draggy and difficult, in fact impossible, to effect, even at low prices, and only 25 head were sold as follows 12 cows from £3 to £4-5s, 3 heifers at £2 ls, 8 poddy calves at 36s, 1 springer at £5, and 1 at £7 12s 6d. Store Sheep. — None yarded.
Church Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
€l-iireta Stalislie^i. — U — ' The following ie a return furnished by Mr T A. Cogblan, Government Statist tician, of the number of a^|ierents of the undermentioned denominations within tbe M61orig'Ele-;torate ; -Ohnrch'bf England:.. 4000members ^miailOathpUc « -S4S0 ^^^ria9sr...,..,... 610 „ ? rotibieipality the number, also compiled tHe last census returns, f3!'
SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Sydney, Thursday. Wheat, 4/11 to 5 J per bushel Maize, 6/ per bushel , Oats, 3/6 to 3/10 Barley, 4/ to 4/3 Bran, 1/64 per bushel Pollard, 1/64 per bushel Straw, £2 10s to £3 per ton Chaff, prime to £7 per ton. Lucerne, £6 10s to £7. Potatoes, £7 to £9 10s Eggs, /104 to 1/ Butter, 1/3 to 1/44.
LOCAL MARKET. MOLOKO ARGUS OFFICE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
LOCAL MARKET. Molokg Argus Office, Friday. Wheat — none offering Flour, £10 per ion Bran, £7 Pollard, £7 per ton Dairy Butter ls 3d wholesale ; ls 4d retail Factory Butter, ls 5d wholesale ; la 7d retail Honey, 4d to 5d. Bacon, 8d wholesale ; lid retail Eggs, 8d wholesale ; 9d retail Cheese, Bodalla ls Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 9s to 10s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; t)s retail
Molong's Member. QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE. P.M. FOR MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
Moloiig's Member. - QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE. j ' P.M. FOR MOLONG. I The Premier, in answer to Dr. Ross, : 'who asked if he had considered the ad \ Visableness of appointing a police magis trate for Molong and district, said the Attorney-Gen era! and Minister for justice had furnished him with the following reply :~Even if the appointment were necessary, which, in my opinion, is not the case, the necessity for economy in the ex penditure of public funds would not per mit of any new appointment of this being made at present.
Larras Lake Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
Larras Lalie Slieep. At tbe Cowra Show last week, the exhibits in the Sheep Section were of a very high standard of excellence. Every pen was filled, and competition was keener than it has been for many years. Mr. James Lee, of Larras Lake, Molong, scored as follows : — Merino Ram, years and over. — James Lee 1. Merino Ram, 1£ years and under, shorn. — James Lee 1. Merino Ram, 2£ years and over, shorn. — James Lee 1. OPEN COMPETITION. Ram, over years. — James Lee 1st and champion. Ram, 1^ years to years. — James Lee 1. ?
STUD NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
STUD NOTICE. Mr. X-. Williamson's handsome thoroughbred stallion, Goldcont, is adver tised to stand this season at Boomey and travel the immediate vicinity of Molong, at a fee of £2. 10s single mare, reduction being made for two or more. Goldcoat is a beautiful chestnut standing 16 hands, 8 years old, and is recognised as a perfect model racehorse. At the recent Molong Races he won the Jockey Club Handicap, carrying 8-2, and cutting the mile out in 1 min. 48J sees.— very fast time, considering tbe riature of the Molong course. Gold coat's pedigree, performances, &c., appear in to-day's issue.
Corner Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902
[?] . Tbftt there, is every prospect of a -? strong cricket team for Molong this ' season. That there was a good attendance at tbe annual meeting. That Australia has 6013 churches,. - or 210 to every 10,0Q0 people. ^ That Rev. Father Brophy, of Orange, conducted service St. Joseph's Church on Sunday last. That a lovely wreath was placed on i.Via nnffin nf ^Vin Idfn WMW ywuiii vra. vug *c»vo XKUUOLO .LUUUJSULI | by the local Foresters' Court. That in trial by a jury iu Germany a vote of eight to four is necessary for the epnviction of the prisoners ; a six to six vote means acquittal. That the earliest knowu letter is thai sent to Jacob by David, by the band of Uriah, about 1035 b.c. That a Mrs. Fowler, residing at Sydney, has just given birth to ber 21st son. Tbat some country papers want to know whether tbe Mount Kernbla widows will get all tbe Fund. Tbat Hon. Campbell, M.L.C., says payment of members has degraded our political life. Tbat the West Macquabie, Blayney, is to be sold ...