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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

?? althoughthe temptation to lower the quality is great. %ir Is as the Strength of Ten Of course the price is higher than that of the diluted article, but it is not dearer on that account, any more than halfa crown is dearer than d florin, because the value is greater. Ask for the Surprise Brand, and insist upon getting it. v * — 9 -1 Agent lor Molong : JAS. HASLAM, Australian Stores, « -. V: * * Pbopbietob . ? Breeder, Exhibitor, Importer and Exporter of all the principal varieties of FOWLS Hud DUCKS, BETWEEN 20 AND 90 IN NUMBER. ? . Prize Winner with mostly all the following Varieties at the Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, .1 Wellington ana Forbe* Shows. t Light- and Dark Brahmas;, Buff, Partridge, and White Cochins; Langshan; Dorking, Brown and White -Leghorns ; Black Spanish; Andalusian; Golden and Silver Hamburgs ; Polish ; Houdan ; Bantam, . Game, any color ; Bantam, rose oomb; Orpingtons, ' Black and Buff and Diamond Jubilee; Plymouth Bocks; Silver, Golden and White Wyandottes ; Bri...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Presents, &c. Razors and Cutlery. . y;% WAM^SFR^HAMLexBr WaHes. ™™*'efA™8°^r'™*Hh: *' * TM^ YTl^^g ^W^t ?^— j^..- ? ? ? in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, WBiM^fe!' . 1- V V and Gold Crosses to choose from. Watchei *t 21b: ^t?4iml=t,i35f0ld- GOLD L1MKS, »nJ Dress, Engagement, ™ All Latest Designs in Brooches. Design from 12/6 pair Wedding & Keeper Rings T)ne year Guarantee. / ! Others at 7s, 10s, 12« M, 17c M IE. BLAOKADDBR, ' JEWELLER, ZMZOZLCUsT Gk The Premier Mills in the West. MILLlRa¥ CO'S. Steam Saw Planing and Moulding Mills, 1 Narramine and Bulgandramine. Rough and Dressed Pine on Trucks at Narromine at Lowest Current Rates. PROMPT DESPATCH. Well milled Timber, Architraves, Skirtings and mouldings at List Prices. Quotations on application to ZD. 2 ivlIidLAE, AGENT, MOLONG ^OCOOCOOC-OCOOOOOOCXXXX-COOC?C-C--OCOOOOC-OOC-COCXQOCOCOCp^ 1 1 i A DIES ^ a w°KD in sEA®°N- 1 I . MISS CLARKE, J 3 of the LADIES' EMPORIUM, BANK-STREET, MOLONG, hasjust X n * returned from Sydney w...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Old Age Pensions. Despite the numerous objections raised against the Old Age Pensions Act, it has proved to be an unmixed blessing to scores of indigent and enfeebled persons. That it has been abused, » no argument against it, for every law is mdre or. less abased.' The allowance, though small, has brought comfort to thousands, making the evening of their life easy and peaceful. It is an order of benevolence worthy of Cbristiauity, unknown to ps^aniam wbioh gpt rid of Its aged 'and poor much the same as we do our' garbage. If some have imposed upon the AcF, they ought to be punished ; if some are availing themselves of its pro visions who ought to bs supported by their children, the children should 'be made to do their duty. ' Bon» sup port the age of thy father, and grieve him not in his life,' says Eoclbsus ticos. If sons and daughters are so unfilial, so unnatural, as, to Q^leoft their parents in idisfettSBB^ tbe arm of tbe' law should be employed against them: The Act at present...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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RABBIT BOARD ELECTIONS. Little Interest Taken. A Small Poll. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] r r - 1 Utile Interest Taken, , A Small foil. lg- - J ii i ? j ?? ?? ? .-.p w v The election oMout directors to serve on the Babbit Boafd for the Stock District of Molong took place oo Saturday, bat oreated . very little ib tocest. Last Saturday vrs the first occasion on which stock-ownera were, permitted the opportunity of recording their voted through the post, and after all the clamour for this reform it is sur- ! pri^ios that so few availed themselves : of the u&e of the post office. The j number of persons entitled to vot^ in the Molong Stock District Is 952 and. of thoae 200 applied for ballot papers ? — representing 254 votes. Of this number 71 ballot papers were not re turned, and it mQBt be borne ia mind that in the majority of 'cases tbe papers were sent out in ample time for them to be marked and sgot back before polling day, had the electors who ap plied desired to do so. On Monday a number of ballot papers were received through the post, but of course these ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Of getting -»&tever Is in accordance E/ styles in furniture— with whateve* is artistic, iaeMtol, pretty, v and pleasing. You Want to be Bure^Theae whenfott-1buy K» ?- ; r - - ' foraitare. Well, why not eMnft^Ws ykbd lar^VvioWjybu L * ?*?*'' j [t] f „ * throu|l^ jwr twenty euftwriftyon I''- *? ** don't want tobuy jbfitnoir^^c^i^e^lid t9^u-Vfoa4hYOUgb. %' . W« promise an actual Baying of$Ov-;per cent., ft 5s lathe £, v v ' , . because we import oar Itu^irarbltrdm ourown Lonaonware £ ' , hoa8e. ^ ^ » ' I I ; rsi0mf y^is^iti. f|-' ftALL'SBRASS-MO^TEDeALF-TBSTERBEDBTBkD.fallaiie, triple wire §§*-. ; mattnas, andaeto!BBstKftpockBedding«omplete.......... ? ? £4 17 6 ^ HALL'S BEDBC)OM 8UITE, vi»., Wardrobe with ^late-glass door and deep * fe'v drawer, JDuobess Chest of Drawers, with Glass attached, Marble -top :-' £7 17 6 |v' v . HALL'3, DIN1NQ-BOOM SUITE, Strong-nd Handsome, Large Coach, Pair |°v, tJf^&fti&dSixOar^lkck Chairs, inbestleathercloth...,.'. ? I ? £6 10 0...

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Cumnock News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

CumnocklVeirs. fFBOM OUB OWN COREESPOKDENT.] Mb. Michael Mblhaia met with a very nasty accident last Saturday. It appears he climbed & 'tree for the pur pose of cutting a limb which was projecting over a tank be was Binking, and whilst thus engaged the limb gave way and fell with him, crushing him severely. Dr, Veecb was wired f for, and was soon on the scene of the accident. M r. Mulhall was conveyed to Molong Hospital and I recrel to hear is in a very ikngerous condition Mr. 0. Crimson intends starting business shortly in Mr. P. Bowbay's shop which is neariog completion. Tennis is all the rage hero at pre sent, and, judging by tbe enthusiasm shown by the fair sex, 1 expect to see some champions amongst as ere long. Last Wednesday afterpoon the mem bers of the Tennis Club bad the first game on their new, courts which they have had prepared on the Becreation Ground. The ladies of the Club very generously provided afternoon tea for tbe players. A tennis match is being arrange...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Moon and Rain. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] yeats* as 4' result InfeStigatioo s he wa^ some connebtio^4^n\%o-^0^;fmo^o& in a declibaiion iand;-ihe iaia»U .of Aust^vlia. Thejbht^ges iri the rajn fall were nndoubteol^ ^oincident .with the positions v of the ancwn. The records of the. palt 47 1 years clearly ^showed thafc when the moon wad in certain degrees of ber tQOtion 'south there was jin abundance of rain, and that as soon as the moon. began to go north droughty conditions prevailed for a period of -7 or even 8 years. These pho&cmena^bad been repeated for three periods of 19 years each, and it -was either a marvellous coincidence, or, Which was more probable, there was a law connecting the two phenomena. i

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] The monthly meeting of tbe corn mi tt&Sof theabove was held on Mod* day evening, -when there were present : Messrs. A. 8. 'Bridekirk (chair), J. McGroder, F. Foley, J. Tiibrook, J. T. Parslow, W. P. Gabili, H. R. J. Holt and the Secretary. APOLOGY. The Chairman apologised for the absence of Br. Boss, wbo was pre vented from attending through illness. ^ .MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. VISITING committee's REPORT. On the motion of Mr. McGroder, seconded by Mr. Parslow, the Visiting Committee's roportj as follows, was received : — Molong, 7th July, 1902.— To the President and Committee Molong Hospital. — Gentle- men, — Have visited tbe Hospital several times daring the month. We must report within that time our previous Matron's (Mrs. Galvin) time expired according to agreement, and she has taken her departure. We would like to add that we always found her very attentive to her duties and had given every satisfaction. Before her depar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

'Cumnock as;? * , Saddle and HarnfeSs Waiter ? . AMD ;\v BOOT REPAIRER, and has come to st&yv ^l ^sjk ^ again re oeiyetbat generous enpport . sb liberally ac corded by the Poblio'in the past. ; CT In consequence of .the disastrous season, .my prices wifi be as tow as possible. A. E. PfflLPOTT, GtJMNOGK. ' . - ? - (K. ilugd HA8 added to the list other valuable ?pBepin. tiong a. number of others from the private prescriptions medlwU aot«* otberUte fan* band, DR. O. R. R. LIX)yD, M.E.X3.P.B., 8jdney,ifelboame,BrUb«ie. - These Bemedie* «re dla penBed under the immediate A oare of a leading Bydney Phy olan, sad will be known m tb* BIOSOZON REMEDIES, and may be obtained from MRS. UmT'# A. C.LtiOyD Only, at the uni form price of 10s Sot per box or FULL PAMICULARS ON APPLICATION. Send 2s (stamps) and stamped envelope for partioulais to MBS. A. C. LLOYD, For many - years the oonfidbnxial ;advzbeb and FBIBHD OF SOFTES1NO WOMBM, 406 Park, Road Paddingtob. T A ,T^T1J*Q who consult Mrs. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

The Ferrier Poison Cart. THE BEST RABBIT POISON CART ON THE MARKET. Delivered at MOLONG, -£9 lOi. The Ferrier supersedes all others. Is the Cheapest and Most Simple. No Cogs to break. Will Work in the Roughest Country I And your local smith can replace anything that might wear. ' Hawthorne, Bathurst, February 9, 1902.— Dear Sir,— I have much pleasure in saying .hat I have bought two -of the Ferrier Poison Carts— the second one I bought after iborougnly trying the first — and that I have come to the conclusion that for strength, simplicity, and general efficiency, they have no superior.— Yours faithfully, F. Jam8hxth.' This is the Machine for Large and Small Holders. r ft Agent for Molong and District : ID. IMZXLXj-A.-R, AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT, Bank Street, URoleng. ! !! PALIsiG'S || ij — — !i DO YOU WANT THE BEST THAT CAN Bl£ MADE? THKN LOOK CARErULLY INTO i j I Hii MERITS OF PI ^05 YOU \\ II... -\'l -CKI) . . I' THEY EXCEL Tone, Touch, I Durability. .1 and Cheapo 5S. j...

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Painful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Painful Accident. On Saturday afternoon last an acci dent of a serious nature befel a man named Michael Mulhall, at Burgoon, near Cumnock. It seems that tbe un fortunate young man had been en gaged by Mr. W. P. Cahill to clean out a dam and had all but finished bis contract. Mr. Cahill having de cided to Jop tbe branches off a large green tree in close proximity to the dam, offered the work to Mulhall with some hesitation, as he had doubts that the task was not safe. Mulhall, we learn, readily undertook to do the lopping and failed to see that he was incurring any risk. The poor fellow succeeded in denuding the tree of two or three branches, and had set to on another. He anticipated that the branch would fall in a certain direc tion, instead of which; it toppled over on tbe side he was chopping toppling Mulhall over and precipitating him on to the edge of the dam. He then ap pears to have rolled over into the dam. When assistance ^rrived a messenger was despatched to summon Dr. Veec...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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L and Appeal court. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] Aa-thia Land Appeal 0purt^^|| li|l3 at ^dney on 22ad instant, tlieiDilbw ingJjoa&eq will come on lor r hearing L. Kirby, appeal ' 'I allowance of his additional conditional purchase application No. 1902-f and conditional lease application No. 1902 8, Molong. L. Kirby, appeal against the dis allowance of his additional conditional purchase application No. 1902-8 and conditional lease application No. 1902 7, Molong. .

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Lucky Loombah. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Lucky JLoofenbali. This capital prpperty ^s of Ilate estab lished ali eVien ^lde^eputation than it has enjoyed in pndt tm^. Bays Wel lington Gazbw® t 0$$# frying capacity must in the extreme, / t6rf well 8tociked';aU':.^i^li^^i|«^i» it has co^e out ^it^^^pip^^s^of stock than prob^jpi^^^^^jiihe State. This is S^ingv«^^pp|ii^3owever, eVetybtjdy ^)8l^^|||»^w^lations to the popular - owner -Mr. George ' Brucfc. . in 8yd - .ram, for' tbe sum df SlS sgqfinBaB. This i6

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Street Oiling. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Street Oiling. « — u— The Sydney Mayor intends making an experiment by using oil on tbe streets instead of water lor keeping down the dust. The Shell Transport Company ' has been communicated witb, and a supply of tbe crude article will be landed in Sydney in about six weeks' time,, when 'experiments will be made. The oil, it is stated, will only cost about 3d a gallon. In America, where some authorities say it has been uBed with great^uccess, it is obtainable from next to nothing. The cbarm in tbe oiling of the streets is that you simply sprinkle it over tbe streets once in six months, and it not only does away with the dust, but it gives tbe streets the elasticity ^pfindiarubber.

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Meranburn. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

llleraiibnrn. [From oob own Cobbespondent.1 Since Sunday night last we have had a very nice fall of rain here, about 130 points altogether. You can now see the wheat green over some paddocks, and the^grass has again started. If the frosts only keSp off, the appearance of the country round here would soon look something like what it has been in other seasobs. Bid Allen, youngest son of Mr. T. Alien, Bed Hill, met With a painful accident on Thursday last. Whilst engaged driving some'cattle to water his horse shied and threw him break ing one of his arms.' The boy got up and led bis horse until he met Mr. E. A. Gosper whom he informed that he thought he had pi|t his ' arm out at the shoulder. Mr. Gosper, however, found that the ar^i was broken about half way between the shoulder and' tbe elbow, and bound up the fractiure as well as he could nnder tbe circum stances. TheVarm was ' set ' next day, and young Sid is now doing well. j notice that the new Babbit Board has been elected, consi...

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Police Court BEFORE Mr. E. J. Hamey, J.P. THURSDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Police Court. — O— Befobe Mr. E. J. Hamey, J.P. THURSDAY, JULY 10. George Brown, for being draok in Watson Street was fined Is or the rising, and for using indecent language was ordered to pay 6s in default 48 hours. George paid up. . Stanley. Hor ton for using indecent language in Edward Street was fined 5s or 7 days. FRIDAY, JULY 11. Robert Jones, for being drunk and disorderly, was fined 5s or 48 hours. Fine paid. „

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Victorian Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Victorian Sensntlon. i ? . v On Tuesday afternoon, Francis Wil bam, who had told a sensational story about being shot by a burglar at Bruns wick, admitted that the stoify was a fabrication.. He states that he had been keeping company .^ith a lady for five years, and led her to. believe that be had money. The wedding was arranged for Wednesday, and be con cocted a story to avoid it, and shot himself in the neck with a revolver, wbich he threw away in a paddock near Moleland.

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Auctioneers' Reports. J. S. Leeds & Co., Orange. ORANGE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Auctioneers' Reports. J. S. Leeds & Co., Orange. ORANGE, Thursday. Fat Cattle. — 45 yarded to a largeattend ance of buyers. The yardings consisted of medium quality, with an e&tra prime cow or two and a pen or two of good bul locks, but small. The prices were exceed ingly . high, the market , remaining un altered at last week's rates. Cows made to £12 Is, bullocks to £9 2s. We sold— account Thomas Foley. Inglewood, 20 fat cattle from £5 10s to £9 2s ; account J. B. Lane, Bosehill, 12 fat heifers from £4 18s to £6 : account J. Dunbar, 1 fat cow £12 1b, 1 fat cow £10, 1 fat steer £6. We have buyers for any number of fat cattle and invite particulars. Fat Sheep. — 200 yarded. Market firm. We sold — Account western agents, 2 pets £1 15s, 150 wethers 12s 6d. And privately during the week for various owners, 200 fat sneep at satisfactory prices. Store Cattle. — 10 .yarded. Market firmer for all classes. W e sold on account T. Foley, Inglewood, 10 head at prices ranging fro...

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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Svdnev, Thursday. Wheat, 4/4 to 4/5 per bushel Cfrickwheat, 4/2 to 4/4 per bushel Maize, 4/9 per bushel Oats, 3/3 to 3/8 Barley, 4/1 Bran ana pollard, 1/4 Straw, £2 5s tp £2 15s Chaff, £6 to £6 15s, medium £5 15s Lucerne, £8 10s to £9 Potatoes, £5 5s to £6 15s Eggs, 1/1 to 1/9 , Butter, 1/3 to 1/5.'

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Commercial News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] '* . Aiicfus Office, Friday. Wheat {new.-4s' ton Bran, lite PolltoSi^ lOa^per ton ! , . ' : P^J^^^t5|:#hole8ale ; Is 6d tyetail ? Eftoto^ Butier, le 7d wholesale,: , Is 9d . ? .retell. '.l Ba0h, 7d wholesale; lid retail ' ? Ej^i Is 6d wholesale ; ls8d retail ?; 't^Beal^vplowl^'is.ad j, Chaff , £5 wholeBale ; 7s retail ' Potatoias, Wto 10s owt. retail New Maiae. 5b wholesale ; 6s retail

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