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

CRUMBS. Friday night's storm caused a fresh in Molong Creek and Bell River. Over 80 points registered here within half-an-hour. The storm was general, 1^ inches falling in some parts of the district. Poultry thieves causing uneasiness over at Wellington. * rose umce mine, Stuart Town, nas changed hands. Hospital Committee meeting on Monday night next. Application for a provisional school at Redbank refused. At Gulgong a Chow threutens to shoot trespassers. Rumored that a local hotel will shortly find a new proprietor. Wellington's P.M. rebukes witnesses for lounging in the witness box. The inevitable censure motion has bobbed up again in the Assembly. N.S.W. is just now experiencing a severe attack of sEE-sickness. Tbe tax on newspapers will try some country oracles' metal. Already tbe rabbit curse begins to disappear in Victoria. Last year's tram fatalities were in excess of any previous year. Wednesday is undoubtedly tho favor ite day for weddings in this district. Why ? Mr. W. Bl...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

J. E. CAMPBELL'S new ' Five Medal '» Tea. Is Od per lb. Try it !* JUST LOOK T At Your Bills before =S^P5= mattiiews l Bradley STARTED IN BUSINESS, AND See what Prices you had to Pay ! ? 0 ? We have Kept the Prices Down ! Stand by Young Australians. ? ? ? Matthews & Bradley BANK STREET, MOLONG. ? ITEW ? SPRING & SUMMER GOODS (INDENTED FROM GLASGOW) NOW BEING OPENED UP! ? 0 ? All the Latest Novelties. No Old Stock. EVERYTHING NEW AND UP TO DATE. . Call ami Inspect. Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies, &c. (THE FARMERS' FRIEND) CUMNOCK STOKES, CUMNOCK. The Premier Mills in the West. MILLAR and CO S. . S£eaxn Saw Planing and Moulding Mills, Narramiue and Bulgandrauiine. fl Rough and Dressed Pine on Trucks at Nar routine at Lowest Current Bates. yglM PROMPT DESPATCH. IbB IVcll Killed IIimIm!!', ii cliilraveg, Hkirtlngs andan Mouldings at litst Prlee«. ^ Quotations on application to 3D

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Large Stock of Plate Ware for Wedding Presents, &c. Razors and Cutlery. [?] Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. S Try one of my KllUlta9C;si( !-? ItillgS for Rheumatism.- 3s each. ilver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d - Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, j 13s, and 25s. I Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, Rolled Gold, aod Solid Gold. Spectacles from Is to 35s. An Latest Designs in Brooches. GOLD LINKS, auy Design from 12/0 pair Large Stock of Pretty Charms rj and Gold Grosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding & Keeper Kings fry one of my renowned NICKSlk Watches at 21s. jever Movement and non-mag at- tic. Oases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, I7i 61 IE. BLACK' A DDEB, JB'WBLLBR, ZMIOLOIsrGk

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

they came to our ^show-rooms. You can -34C..* Ifa'tffa-im ? &'l'J--- '?-/'???'-:. saw tbe goodsvbefore you, tor ever; article is K , » .- - faithfully illuBtratsd and accurately described. kuil^ iiOTO^telO thesimple, yet artistic, i' HALL'S BAMBOO ©BAWING BOOM SUITE, with Silk Plash Cushions, jjS ?:'* apd glower-stand, to match— 8 pieces for £5 6 0 HALL^S ^OOiTAGB IJlNING-EOOM SUITE, Sideboard, .with Glass Book, ? Dining Tab!e, 8 High-baok Chairs, 1 Arm Chair, Spring-seated Coach, £ '? ? ? £9 -9 0 HALti'S BBD^lEtOpM ^UITE, Dachess Chest, with Glass attached, Marble-top k Wi«h^tatd,,Towel-raU, Oane Chair, and Wardrobe, with Plate-glass :'/I^to4a^l9rtwer-.; .. .. .. ? ? £7 17 6 .. HAbXtf}' ^lipiici^HSiK^ULLF'XBSTBB.. BEDSTEAD, with Brass Foot-rail, Set - ? Best E&pdk Bedding, and Triple Wire Mattrass ? £4 17 6 Write for Onr Illustrated Catalogae of 72 Pages and 500 illustrations, ;v 13' It's at theOffice of this Paper. COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FREE. A. HALL & COMP...

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

[?] Don't forget the Cricketer's Social 'pn:^a^ay/ncxt. have been sold in Victoria up to £6 per bead. ^ssins. Allen Brothers have pur clialedVPender's sawmills at Manildra. Tberabbit trad a is worth £200,000 a year to Victoria. A Kyogle farmer sold 167 pigs to a l ? i i „ _ _n ? _ t ? AAAA luc&i uuyer we otoer auy ior A month previously be sold £188 worth of granters. A woman in Canterbury (E.) is alleged to have fired a barn, in which four of her daughters were burnt to death. One station in the Mitchell (Q.) district has lost 10,000 head of cattle, and another 2000 head since June last. The trust principle— it is easier to rob a million men of a dollar each, than to rob one man of a million. Beef is selling up to Is per lb. in N.S.W. ; Australian mutton is selliog at 4d per lb. in London. ' Truth literally hangs poor ' Billy ' Melville over that South African yarn about tbe Kelly gang, recently pub liebed in the Argus. A cow at Quirindi died suddenly the other day. When cu...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Old Age Pensions. To the Editor of the AROGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] Y — -U— : To the Editor ot the Abous. Sin,— My resolution not to dabble in writing to tbe preBS any. more could not withstand the strain whenl saw your article re Old Age Pensions in a recent issue of your paper. Yon have my thanks for your sentiments. But I am porry to say that if the Southern magis trate (who dealt with the case referred to) has adininistered the actual spirit of the Act, that he did not allow his humanity or common sense to at least express his regret at having to do so. Can anyone say that 10s per week will provide luxur ies for the old pensioners ? Why should they not be allowed to work a Jittle if they arc able ? Do we want them to lie alongsideof a log until they lose the use of limbs and faculties 1 (I say lie along side a log— that is if the owner of the land does not prosecute them, and if on a Reserve the police look out that they do not stay over the allotted time there.) Then the old age pensioner has to be a good scholar, well able to answer the nu...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Corner Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

CoriieivCoittffients. Instructions have been issued to the Inspector-General of Police to arrange for the collection of lists of women entitled to vote at Parliamentary elec tions, and as the work will be heavy it is to be entered On without delay. Last year's census returns showed that altogether there we£e 820,000 women in the State over the required age, while the male population over the age of 21 years totalled. 330,472. As there are 820, 0(K) electors on tbe existing rolls, the number of -women eligible to exercise tbe franchise may be approximately determined at 800,000. ' The law allows a candidate to canvass for votes,' said a member. ' Supposing, during an election, I go up to two young ladies in the street, and without having bad a formal in troduction, I ask them for their votes — what would happen ?' ' Their brother would; probably, knock you down,' said Mr. Crick. The following is advanced to illustrate present conditions in Queens lan8 : — ' Immediately after a fall o...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] Work lias been resumed at Mount Kembla fcolliery. 4?ojpialai James has gone in for exercise— a la S&ndow i Cumnock appears to be in earnest about a resident doctor. X-r.'fioss has resigned tbe Chair manship of Molong Hospital. Mr. Era. Blackadder and his bride arrived noma yesterday morning. ALismore botcher advertises that he is dosing the ' family bible.' Jj&geaudiences should greet Mr. Bfigh in the Town Hall next week. Miss Maud Frogley and Mr, Craven were inarried at Garra on Wednesday. Note change of Matthews and Bradley's advt. Ditto G. Hasemer's. Byron Bay Factory now turns oat a fourth of the butter made in N.S.W. It is proposed to organise another School of Arts Table Tennis Tourna ment. On dit that Orange would like to secure the services of Molong's band master. Glad to hear that Mr. J. D. Day has almost recovered from, a recent critical illness. Wakeful has started 24 times with the following results — 1st 16, 2nd 5, 8rd 2, unplaced 2. Hon. G. H. Reid...

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

Mr. Win. Allen, Police Constable of North Carlton, Victoria, sends a photo* graph of hisiamily anasaj^: ;??; ;.; ...'%? ;%: ? . ::; ?' For many yean we have never been without Ayer's Sarsaparilla In thp house. When anyof us are* feeling poorly, just a few doBes Win ma.h- us all right Hy wife says it ts agrand medicine for children, especially when they Sir* Allen should .certainly be proud of his family. And he shows good judgment In keeping' Ayer's Sarsaparilla always in the house. He knows it gives bright eyes to the children, makes them have a clear and smooth skin, brings good color to the cheeks and lips, and gives them the hearty feppetite so necessary to a substantial growth and development. Don't make the mistake of experimenting with some other Sarsaparilla. All other Sarsaparillas axe sold because they are said to be like Ayer's. AYER'S Sarsaparilla The Greatest Family Medicine the World Has Ever Known PEOPLE'S ^zEScasrcs i '5^r lirAII Designs, Qualities and Prices. Q 53 L...

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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Sydney, Thursday. Wheat, 5/ to 5/1 per bushel Maize, 6/ per byshel Oats, 3/7 to 3/9 Barley, 4/ to 4/3 Bran, l/6£per bushel Pollard, l/oi per bushel Straw, £2 10s to £3 per tou Chaff, prime to £7 per ton. Lucerne, £3 10s to £5 10s. Potatoes, £G to £7 5s Eggs, /10 to /II Butter, 1/ to 1/3J.

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

Rainfall. An'Othku nirfe fell of rain took place yesterday, 18 points being registered at the local Post Office. The western dis tricts seem to have been generally favoured. Narromine advises 35 points, Trangie 30 point, Cannonbar S5 points, Warren 85 points, Nevertire 80 points, Bourke 57 points, Nyngan 51 points, Nymagee 80 points, Wellington 25 points, Dubbo 40 points. Mr. H. C. Russell telegraphed as fol lows this morning 'Unsettled through out with scattered showers and thunder storms ; boisterous northerly winds veer ing to west and south west.' The rainfall for September, as regis tered at the Molong Post. Office, was 169' points, made up as follows September 12 ? 19 points 14 ? 32 „ 15 ? 6 „ 18 ? 19 „ 26 ? 6 „ n 2' ? 85 29 ? 2 .. ?As we go to press the conditions point to further rain.

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Mr. M. L. Caro: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] Mh. M. L. Cabo, Dentist, of Orange, in forms/us that he will not be able^i»;k^ep Shis rappHoiiitment to viat Molorig ||%n - instant, as announced. His next visit to Molong 'will be on Saturday 25th instant. Clients will please note this fact.

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Motion of Censure. Negatived by Over Two to One Majority. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] wo to One Majority. 8bobti-x after tho Legislative Assembly met. on Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Carruthers, the newly-elected Leader of theQpposiUon, asked the Premier, withoutnotice, to lay on the table of tbe House, tbe papers relating to the case of Friedman, who had been con victed on the charge of receiving stolen goods, ana who. was subsequently re leased by the Governor at the instance of the Minister for Justice (Mr. Wise). The Premier complied after tbe lapse of a few minutes. Mr. Car ruthers, having scanned the papers, amidst Opposition cheers, gave notice that he would next day move ' (1.) That in the opinion of this House tbe action of the Government in the Friedman case is a breach of the prin ciple underlying the system of trial by jury. (2.) That the foregoing resolu tion be communicated by address to his Excellency tbe Governor.' The Premier at once moved the adjourn ment of tbe House, aud this was agreed to. In tbe course of an interview subse quently Mr. Carruthers ...

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LOCAL MARKET. MOLONG ARGUS Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

LOCAL MARKET. ? : — J MoiiONG Aimjus Office, Friday. ! Wheat — none offering Flour, £10 per ton Bran, £7 Pollard, £7 per ton Dairy Butter Is 2d wholesale ; Is Jd retail Factory Butter, Is 5d wholesale ; Is sid ret&il Honey, 4d to 5d. Bacon, Sd wholesale; lid retail Eggs, 8d wholesale ; 9d retail Cheese, Bodajtb, Is Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 9s to 10s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; 6s rctuil

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Commercial News. ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. Shekwin's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Commercial News. ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. Shekwin's Rkport. Fat Cattle. — Only one cow yarded, of medium quality. Sold at £10 14s. Fat Sheep and Lambs.-— Only 73 yarded and sold as follows : 4 ram stags 'at 14s lid, 14 ewes at 15s, and 55 lambs at 7s. This represents the smallest yarding of fats ever known here. Store Cattle. — About 435 yarded, mostly young cattle. G bullocks sold at £6 f-s. Cows £3 10s to £4. Springers £4 12s (id to £5 12s Gd. Steers, fair quality and size £2 !'s to £4. Small steers 29s to 35s per head. Heifers £2 12s to £H Is. Poddies from lGs to 28s. About 150 passed. Store Sheep. — None yarded. Property. — I leased with the option of purchase, 011 account of Mr. D. E. Camp bell, his farm of 154 acres, near Orange, and have several enquiries for small fur::is in this neighborhood ; would be pleased to have particulars from owners wishing to sell.

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A Hospital Patient. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

A Hospital Patient. The boy Edward Esbbeck, who was admitted to the local Hospital in January last, suffering from a crushed foot, left tbe institution on Friday evening for the Westmead Home, Parramatta, where he will be taught a trade. Father Hanley and Dr. Ross have been interesting themselves on tbe boy's behalf and are deserving of much thanks for their benevolent work.

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Mail Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

mall Contract. I . will be received up to Monday, 13th instant, for the following mail . eon tracts : — Canowindra and Eugowra, twice a week. Cumnock, Yullundry, Yeoval, & Obley, keeping tho main road, tliree times a week. Gumble and Meranhurn. via Wolabla, Boeobra and St. Germain's Creeks, and Red Hill, once a week. Orange, German's Hill, Medina and Cargo, six times a week . and Cargo and Canowindra. via Belmore. three times a week. ^Wellington. Finger Post. Waluier, Yeoval, Balderodgery, Mount Aubrev, Coobang Creek, and Parkes. twice a week. Dubbo aud Obley. via Koorawatha, The Meadows. The Springs, Ehindool, and Wambangalangj twice a week.

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Wages Fifty Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Wages Fifty Years Ago. j The following, clipped from tbe | Sydney Mousing Huuald of September 8, 1852, is interesting as recording tbe rates of wages prevailing in N.S.W. ? fifty years ago:— j Tbe followiug statement has been ! compiled with great care, witb the \ view of its being transmitted to Eng i ? j u.. mail st.pn.mp-!' Australian. ItkUU UJ ? ? ? ? ' which sails to-morrow. The rates of . wages have been given to us by the ! principal employers in each department j as being those now actually paid, j Sydney, per diem : Stonemasons 8s to 8s 6d; carpenters and joiners, 7 s to 9s ; bricklayers 8s to 8s 6d ; masons and bricklayers' laborers, 7s ; common spadesmen and other building laborers, 5s to 6s ; plasters, 8s to 9s ; painters and glaziers, 8s 6d to 9s ; foremen and overseers of buildings, 10s 6d to 15s , sawyers, 12s per 100ft super, softwood (hardwood sawyers can scarcely be estimated, being mostly paid by tbe truck system) ; brickmakers, 18s to 20s ner 1000, for labor only...

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Lands for sale, East Molong. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] Db. Robs asked the Secretary for | Lands,—!. Is it 6, fact that there are a number. of unsold suburban . allot ments of land (embracing an area of l^ut^^es) in the town of East Molong ; if so, is it the intention , of the Government to offer these allot mentS ot land for sale by public auction, ana when V 54. Are any ot the tibBdld allotments at tbe present time under lease to anyone ; if so, to whom, at what cental, under what conditions,' and for what period ? 3. Have the conditions of the. lease, if any, been fully complied with, and all tent, or arrears of rent, paid up in full ? 4. In the event of tbe depart ment declining to offer the land for sale, will the Government see tbat steps are taken to have the land (about 60 acres) set apart as a town common for residents in the town of East Molong, seeing that the old town common some, years back was resumed by the Government and sold, to the injury of tbe residents who own town allotments ? Mr. Crick answered, — 1 and 2. 'The...

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

Wanted known, that E. Blackadder, of i Molong. has his show cases stocked full of . ? Silver Ware suitable for wedding presents. : y Articles to please every intending pnrjhaser , itoiu 2s to 00s.* j

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