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Orange Blossoms. BLACKADER—CAHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 26 September 1902

Orange Blossoms. BLACKADDER—CAHILL. On Wednesday last a quiet though pretty wedding was solemnised by the Rev. M. Hanley at the R.C. Church, when Mr. Ernest Blackadder, watchmaker and jeweller, Molong, and son of Mr. James Watt Blackadder,         engineer, Mittagong, led Miss Sara   Cahill, third daughter of Mr. W. P. Cahill, of the Royal Hotel, to the hymenal altar. Only the immediate family relatives of the contracting parties were present. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. Herb. Blackadder, Chemist of Crookwell, and Misses Bridie and Monica Cahill   (sisters) acted as bridesmaids. Mr. W. P. Cahill gave his daughter in marriage. The bride wore a pretty soft white silk dress, very much tucked and trimmed with fine valenciennes   lace and insertion, and a pretty floral hat. She also carried a lovely shower bouquet and wore a diamond bracelet, gifts of the bridugroom. The bride's...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] . Railway line now staked to Cumnock. ?- Methodist Tea Meeting at Garra on 16thGptober. Progress Committee meeting to night. Parkes Champion Office had a narrow ^escape of being destroyed by fire the -S. ? ' ?? . v ' Local Land Board will sit at Cudal on Monday next, 'and at Canowindra on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. All stock running on the Common must be registered, otherwise they will be impounded. Mrs. Beveridge, a former resident ofMolong, is at present on a visit to the district. \ A lititle girl, daughter of Mrs. Chalmers, broke her arm yesterday while swinging on a willow tree. TbeJewish New Year (5668) com menced at sunset on Wednesday last, and the 9 days' penitence commenced with it. . The execution of Mrs. Sangel, con victed of the^nurder of ber husband at Dandenong, has beeu stayed until after the birth of her child. .Mr. Victor Foy journeyed from Sidney to Trundle during the week a huge red motor car driven at a very fast pace. up to yesterday 112 dogs were reg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

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The Kelly Gang. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

The Kelly €«aiig. (by ONE WHO KNEW THE MEN.) Tins father, John Kelly, was a Tas mania!} ; the mother, Ellen Kelly, nee bad her home at tbe Eleven mile Creek, near Greta. There were four daughters and three sons by the marriage, Kate, tbe most notorious of tbe lot, terminating ber existence when young in 13eecbworth Hospital for consumption. She was surrounded with a rainbow glamour of romance, wbiclj pictured her as a beautiiul girl, with a tearful, winsome face of Ma donna-like serenity, dashing bravely from one post to another to help her outlawed brothers at the risk of ber life. But she was a plain, thin featured bush girl. Many extraordinary stories have been circulated concerning the doings of the gang. Some of theiu are glazed with a film of probability, and others again arc outrages on the credulity of mankind. One, which is somewhat peculiar in character, relates to an alleged marriage contracted between Edward Kelly and a young woman of the Daylesford district, a place jus...

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Sectarian Strife. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Sectarian Strife. — o ? When Sir Edmund Barton visited the Pope an outcry was at once made by a certain section of tbe community, which, unfortunately, is always ready to stir up sectarian strife. Some j members of the Catholic Church joined I in tbe fray and considerable ill-feeling was aroused. The outcome was that an ' Australian Protestant Defence Association ' has been formed. It intends to get up a petition to be for warded to tbe King protesting against ?Toby's call. The Pope, as one of the greatest powers of tbe world, is worthy a visit, and the writer does not see that his church, the Protestant church, is much damaged by it. Tbo great majority of the people of this State do not jiare one jot about the matter. If the subject is objection able, let it be forgotten. .It is a re markable thing that tbe particu) ir j Protestant or Catholic who rails most against tbe other church, often passes by tbe collection box in his own : — I have read through my bible again. The gospels, ...

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Molong Hospital. RESIGNATION OF THE CHAIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] RESIGNATION OF THE CHAIRMAN. On Thursday, Dr. Ross, Chairman Hospital Committee, forwardedito this office the following, with a request that the same be published : — Molong, 1st October, 1902.— To Lady and G-entlemen Subscribers of Molong Cottage Hospital.— I am reluctantly com pelled to place iu your bands my resigna- . tion as a member of the Molong Hospital Vjoinmmeo, an nonor you so generously conferred on me in January, 1901. Tbe extraordinary developments and disclos ures that have recently occurred in con nection with this public institution leaves me.no other alternative. Only for my untiring zeal and energy Molong to-day would liave been without an Hospital (such as it is) for the relief of the suffer ing poor. During the drought you have, lam well aware, suffered severe losses and hardships, and you will no doubt shortly be called upon (at a time you can ill afford to spare money) to carry out certain proposed improvements to a build ing that you are officially inform...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Department of Mines. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Department of Mines. ANNUAL EEPOET. The anrmal report of the Department of Mines ior 1901 has -only just been pub lished, and from it wo cull the following particulars : — Moi.oxts Division. | Mining is practically at a standstill in this district. One or two parties have douc a little work with assistance Eriven by i it . n ? i.: t» ? i __ f . - ? i i Mie jrrospeuuiig x-ouru, out so iarascouia , be learned no gold has been won during i the year. , . Mr. Black, of Molong, crushed 8 tons of quartz brought from other places for a ' yield of 4oz gold, value £14. ; ' Canowindra Division. Thfe principal work done in this Division during the past year has been by The Burdett, Limifcel. Tho main s^iaft has been sunk to the 500ft level, and the reef has been driven on for 300ft at the 425ft level, and 400ft at t,he 500ft level. It is intended to sink the shaft to a depth of 800ft, and to th^n oiirii out, when it is confidently jinticipiitoJ tjut good results will he obtained. I The Blue Jac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

DILGA SAW MILLS. THE undersigned has much pleasure in notifying residents of Molong District that he has taken over the Saw-Milling Plant lately carried oa by Mr. J. Pender at Dilga, and is prepared to supply timber— PINE or HARDWOOD on the Shortest Notice, and at Lowest Prices. «gp~ Estimates Given. '« A. G. BROWN, DILGA :: SAW :: MILLS, Cumnock. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT Bowan Park, And Travel all the Surrounding Districts, THE ACTIVE FARM STALLION, Colonial Chief. (Bred by Whitmee Brothers). Colonial Chief is by the noted horse Young . Shieldbearer, grand sire Shieldbearer (imp.) Colonial Chief's dam by Conqueror II, grand dam by Young Invincible, great grand dam by Railway Champion —all noted strains for staunchness, constitution, and durability. Colonial Chief, like his ancestors, has proved himself the progenitor ot stock thai are second to none in the State. Terms : £1 15s Each Mare. Mares to be paddocked will receive every care, but no responsibility incurred. C. BAKER, Bowan ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

I Mark ri. j* A Postal Card R«jiie*t S^jl .????? ?? ? /r^V-lp-^JC* , H brings you .riSe-Atf 5? t:- . ???:, » t- opinion* af-5--i V-; i ' . 'W'/? - 1 ? ,??»'-?' a PuWic ? t;- : '$:. ..RUBEROID ROOFING in ! tn.- climate. Jt ?-- _ . ? has confidence. - f 1» muiilf Cheftiwr and Cooler tlian Iron, . E. RICH ft CO., LTD., SYDNEY. ? ^ ^mam Ay . * ' tl Ytalt PuUctrtuv frtm ifafSGl/E AGENTS, \ SIMPLE. X' ^UHJTOMATI^y E, RICH 4t CO. , LTD. \ SAJ;f; \ \ SAFETY \ \ SURE. \ \ UFT\ SYDNEY, N.S.W. \ CHeap\ He Kureyou pet P ft B Dampcourse is the genuine. tlie cheapest, ' Better the best, T P & B DAMPCOURSE. =J the ^ laid ronl.rnrt than any every lime. in tbe market. P«» JJ-iiiipcourse. E. RICH and CO., LTD., SYDNEY. Mori Welcome Wedding MB SIMPLE^^^^STRONG SILENT^®®®^^EDY 'MOTHER'S MACHINE,' WITH UTtiT IMPROVEMENTS. Lightest Running* Easiest Managed ORCATLV AIDS DOMCSTIC BLISS# THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. omoca IN EVERY CITY IN THE WOULD. ClMOlpO Western District Office : HOWICK STREET. B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

ipffj Dr. M. Veecli, RIDDL E STREET, —MOLONG.--. / Dr. James lteiack, M.B., O.M., Ed. BANK BTIiEET, Slolong:. ? | Qovernment. Vaccinator. [A Cakd.] Nurse Miller, CUMNOCK. Ladies' Certificated Nurse. M. L. Caro, R.D.S., Dentist, Orange, (Late Lever & Caro), (Late Assistant to Dr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG — ON — Saturday, October 11, And may be Consulted at Stockwell's Hotel from 9 a.m. to Gp.m. Legitimate Work done in all Branches of the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. JLegal. Mr. law; Hps Jigo Soli, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. TRUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved Secureties. ^ O EDWARDS BROS., BAKERS,' Pastry Cooks, Confectioners, Grocers, FRUITERERS. Opposite Commercial Bank, Molong. Pastry a Speciality. Choice Fresh Fruit. Igf Wedding, Birthday and Christening Cakes made to order on the shortest notice. WOOL! WOOL! SHEEPSKINS, Hides, Tallow, Marsupial Skin6, Beeswax, Horse Hair, &c. Cash Buyers. Dire...

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Cumnock. A DOCTOR GUARANTEED £300. PER YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] A DOCTOR^ftARANTEED £300 PER YEAR. , On Saturday ftfternoon a public meet-' ing w«wl^ldiat 'Mr, Leary 'a Hall Cot' the paipj^e^,^nsi3eriug whafc^feps should be taken to induce a medical man to reside and settle in Cumnock. There was ia good attendance, and mooh interest was evinced. Mr. S. P. Reynolds occupied tbe chair, and Mr. A. H. Oldham was ap pointed hon. secretary to tbe move ment. Apologies were read from Messrs. R. Glasson, G. Bruce and other, all of whom favoured tbe movement and promised their support. Mr. W. Raphael proposed that the meeting form itself into a body for tbe purpose of guaranteeing a resident medical man £300 a year. — Seconded by Mr. C. Miller, and carried. The Chairman here asked for names of those who would guarantee tbe amount and tboRe present in the ball made it clear that they would answer for £100 of the sum. Messrs. W. Raphael, T„- Nesbitt, J. W. McDonnell, C. Miller, W. Black, W. Job, John Bruce, W. Austin, and S. Reilly were' appointed to ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

®ie Greatest regret is expressed on all sides that LOUIS RICH, of the Windsor Stores, Molong, did not put in an appearance long ago. It is admitted that since he commenced business here he has made j*# LIVING FIFTY PER GENT, CHEAPER, Others have been compelled to bring down their prices, and in fact, in mkny instances, to Sell Their Goods at a Loss in order to keep pace with 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. HE T~M'F=-(~-)~R.T'R LABQ-BLT and always makes it his practice to give his customers the benefit of his good purchases. His study is to sell at the smallest possible profit. LOUIS RICH Is not personally known to everybody in Molong, but RICH'S LOW PRICES are, and Rich is becoming a household word in this town and district, . and his trade is daily increasing in consequence. — — — ' ? ? f- % Those good people who ha...

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As Incident of the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

is heist of the Drought. It looked like rain at last. The swagruan dropped his swag and asked to see the boss. ' Ev'nin',' he said as the manager ap peared. ' Good evening.' ' Looks like rain, sir.' The manager looked hard at him to see if he was poking fun. 'A bit, he said. ' Full 'anded ?' Utr._ ? 1. .1.. CM ? ..11 ies. IwMllIig tu Ul/. ouuefj ui U ill J dead. 'Um.' ' Well, look 'ere, sir, I'm 'ard up ; would you give me a bit o' rations to carry ?' u No. Don't give rations.' A pause while the swagman gazed at the rising storm with a yearning look in ! his eyes. ' I do 'ope it will rain, sir. Many nights as I lie alone in the bush and watch the glimmering stars dancing in the sky, as if in mockery to the earth, I feel real sorrow for people on the land.' The manager watched liis face closely, then his own features relaxed a little. ' Which wiav are you making ! Parkes. Oh, well, tell the storekeeper to give : » ? . you ? . ' Any hut to camp in, case it does rain. ' No. Tbe travell...

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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

? I Religious Hemorauda. | ANGLICAN CHURCH. Molosg— 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (uc) and -4th Sun days at 11 and 7.30 Yullundry— 1st Sunday in each month nt 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 monih at 3, and also in moonlight season at 7.30 Beri — 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 Euchareeua third Sunday in cach month at 11 Obley— 4th Sunday in January, ?.i..:-cii May, July, Soytumbar and November at 10.30 Balderodgery— Same days as Obley at 3 J. A ROMAN CATHOLIC CHUliCII. Masses as follow : First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sunday in each month, MoU-:r: Third Sunday in each month, Cumuli; Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Manikin During the summer months, namely f J'.ji u September to March inclusive, Muss will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August, inclusive, Mass ...

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Road Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

ItoadTenderi. Following fire the results of the tender ing for the latest batch of road contracts. The tenders were openpa jin Monday No. 15,Germatf s^t^^OTee/Kobert Lvnn, £79 to Spring 5 10s: No 2Z.SmA§M Oep. [?]

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Renewal of Occupation Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Renewal ot* Occupation | Liccnm j — o — A Government Gazette was published a few days since in which notice was giveu that fees for occupation licenses must be paid withiu 60 days from tbe date of notice, and if the fees were not so paid the licenses would be deemed not to have been renewed. It may be explained that this is an old form of land tenure, having been introduced m tbe Crown Land Act of 1884. The licenses arc of two kinds, ' preferential' and ' ordinary. ' The preferential licenses are those allowed on the expiration of pastoral leases. When the leases fell in to the Crown holders were allowed occupation licen ses, which enable them to use tbe land until it is taken up for selection. These licenses run from January 1 to December 81, in each year, aud they are renewable by the rent being paid in advance before the year closes. If tbe rent is not so paid the holder loses his license. At the end of 1901 (the date for which the latest figures are available) there were in the ...

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CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

CRUMBS. Note Singer Cos, new advfc. Rabbit drive at Boree to-morrow. Another drive at Tea Tree Creek on Wednesday next. A man's old clothes are seldom his only bad habits. Tenders for conveyance of mails close on 13th Octobcr. Bournewood residents want a rain gauge at tneir jrost Umce. , Beauty is a veil that hides many femi nine imperfections. Sacred programme by the Band next | Sunday afternoon. ! The notorious Dora Dora blacks are j now in Grafton gaol. ! A ' mixed social ' is on the tapis in aid I of Cricket Club funds. Thirty years ago ten thousandmen were j on Gulgong goldnelds. [ When carpenters strike they usually i hit the nail on the bead. A man makes bis maiden speech when be asks a spinster to marry him. Reported that gold and copper has been found along Cheeseman's Creek. Mr Putland, formerly teacheratBurdett, is now in charge of Bumbury School. Some faces have a very striking ap ? piiarauce — clock faccs, for example. | The average shearer's cheque will not , amount to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Furniture! Furniture! i Oi. { JOHN NEILSON to the Front! MY ILLUSTRATED FURNITURE CATALOGUE. llffi^SSDS ' Estimates given for Furnishing Houses complete at Sydney j; || j Those Living in the Country ' L— 1 Can be as well served with FURNITURE) at NEILSON'S as if ^ / they were in the Furniture Warehouses in Sydney. ' . SIDEBOARD j I! |jj ||| 1|| 1 ?? ?' ^ ^ ' ' ,JK' ' ^ ? ..? ^ ^ ' ? ! ?% i— — —m—m. — . mm ? ? i i . ? i ? ? — — — — : Every Kind of Home. 3Vr^-iixxmL. ' COstlyo v ?:.. Chairs, upbols - -Juality plusb. '' A very Superior Jj ?-).? ' 11 £ 2)Q0£kE ;$WM- (for double It * -$$$ ^i^T^lr^auafctrass and top \ t rass and best \ ^ dji * P&i%IT0H£N DE^BSjEl^pa 'G^. % 'TABLES, all Wiidfl ' * j| 43fe^S?S DRAWERS, £1 JA * , ^ „ «,?** -r a.V*- §m J?5 i * -oi . & - --'v ^ ,'y- - 1 ? Ay m-^ MARBLE-TOP WASHSTANDS, all sizes and prices j COMBINATION CHESTS DRAWERS, plate- j glass Mirror and two Jewel 'Drawers, £3. BAMBOO TABLES, all prices. j FLOWER-POT STANDS, 2*6 I -Very N...

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Argus Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] Mb. CtARAj JtfVP^ says that a line fr%a HU1 isn certainty j ^rpvSd^th^^y^ppj^B-WjBrril Greek : ? , This would, ' of coups, 'jtoocliijpn^ihe head the* Molonjpftp 'PeafcliiU ' via Cumnock proposal. ' By tbe bye, r&\ a recent meeting of the Peat League, Mr. Bridle and others spoke in Support of i -- r tl^e mplong routeas - ?against that, of £! Parkes ; Jbut some of the members were-emphatio&Uy of the opinion that Molbng and Peak, Hill would never be ; |C , connected'. by tail. Meanwhile Mr. I Hunter and his survey staff are getting ^ oyer, the groun^rapidly. . ' AccordingtoSii WUliainLyne the amountp^d-|^;the Ijr.S.^.lGustoins in respect td/^uty on fodder was 47000. Oifthe-otber baud the way conc&sisibpB were equal to £57,000, so that the consumers really benefitted to the extent of £50,000. Hadthe doty been remitted the differ ence in cost to tbe buyer would be very smalls The system of free postage of news , papers which bis existed in this State since the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

ON THE TELEPHONE : ' IIullo there! Please ring up E. Blacknddpr, of Molong, itnfl order for me on* of his 4s. 01 Alarm Clocks ; also a .Two-tnne Musical Clock at 1(53, and an Eight Day Striking Clock at 16s. I am to be married on Wednesday and must have his reliable* docks in my house,'— Gus. thelabove ^ell-inoWo liiMtelr/, which | hits reoentlybeea renovated throughout, thus making It one of tbt fcesteatod aost .comfort able retreats in the West. : Splendid Sample Booms for Commercial * . Travellers. BATH BOOMS, &c. V Buggies and Horses alw&yson fianjl Attentive Groom. ' . , - ? ? ? ? ? , ? ? 1 Edward Hogan, CoartkouseHotel, HILL STREET, Well Watered Paddocks. No Responsibility. Good Stabling. First-class Table. CHARGES MODERATE. THE— \ Cnranwrdal %otd, CUMNOCK. J. W. McDonnell, PBOPBIETOR. ? ONLY .-the best Brands of Liquors and Ales stocked. Superior Accommodation for travellers. [ Excellent stabling. \ I The Commercial is the nearest Hotel to the Post Office. Hal...

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