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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
The wash-tub presents a phase of Social Life which is little understood by the Male SectUm of the Community, .but which,, nevertheless, is almost-as important a factor in modern lire as the Baker's Trough. The Women . Folk Know all about it, and will understand that the most important adjunct to the wash-tub is GOOD SOAP 1 And it is in the Soap that we propose to effect the lleform. There are so many S»ps on the Market that one is inclined to take any that is offered rather than be bothered making a selection. This is a mistake, for there is a Soap on the market which, as well as making Washing Easy, wiil last far longer than other brands. Save Your Energy and lOurJPochct by buying Soap Branded with this Trade Mark : — TRAD5 Surprise f SurpkisE 1 Brand. | \ MARK. & w » -JP m mm w ? ? ? tm 9 m mm m m Agent 4 for Molong : JAS. HASLAM, Australian Stores. PltOriilETOR. Breeder, Exhibitor, Importer and Exporter of all tbo principal varieties of JFOW&.S and DUCKS, ' BETWEE...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
[?] Db. Reiach, V. P., has donated £1 Is to Molong G^icket Club. Two chestnut colts, aristocratic looking chaps, are. being handled by Mat Kelly for Lieut. -Colonel jjmith. Mr. J. F. Wynne's recent purchase iu Sydney — a Niagara filly — has grown into a beautiful animal, and, ° ... - ,1 tt 1_ :-3 JCll— tn «n«. witn anotner weu-orea/iiuy, *= being broken in, preparatory to a racing career. ' Mr. A. Murray, of The Meadows, who is at present residing on Loombah, has been tbe lucky recipient of tbe handsome mare, Lady Newcastle, Mr. A. E. Anderson, of Myrangle, being the donor. ' Lieutenant-Colonel Smith has ac cepted tbe patronsbip of Molong Cricket Club. The Colonel says he is always willing to assist any branch of legitimate sport, and has donated two guineas towards the Club funds. The fampus sire, Locbiel, dropped dead tbe other day aged 20 years. The following equine champions are doing stud duty in Molong district :y Lancaster, Ruenalf and Pharamoml. Cocos is located near Orange....
Improvement Lease. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
Improvement Lease. — o — At tbe Lands Office, Molong, on 4th November, the following land will be offered for sale by auction : — County Gordon, parish Benya and Rocky Ponds, partly within Burrawong late Leasehold Area No. 480a, 3,300 acres, upset annual rent per block £7, survey fee £6. About 14 miles south-westerly frnm ilfvrurialo anA uKnnf le uiwwuu xw UJI.1CO north-westerly from the town and railway station of Manildra. Descrip tion of land : Gently sloping country running into high rocky-faced moun tain ; shallow sandy soil near creek, but greater part of the block consists of barren rocky mountain and ridges ; timber consists of gum, pine, and some box, the mountainous parts having stunted gum, scrubby stringy bark, and some ironbark ; ample permanent water supply in Rocky ' Ponds Creek ; generally inferior coun try ; noue of the land is suitable for cultivation. Rabbits and wallabies exist. Rainfall, about 27 inches pet annum.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
FOR SALE, a Tip-top Typewriter, new, less than half-price of other standard machines. Address, ' Alpha,' this office. H.a.bbit Drive* RABBIT DRIVE at Tea Tree Creek on WEDNESDAY, 8th* October. Meet at 8.30 a.m. at the Gate near Mr. Will FarreH's. Lunch and 50 Rounds per man provided. No Bovs allowed to shoot. ? F. *JAGO SMITH. TEA MEETING! ?3- AT GARRA, ox Wednesday, 15 th Octobei , 1902. Tea on Tables at 3 p.m. Concert at Night. Tickets Is Gd. Everybody Come. TAKE NOTICE Anyone found trespassing in . the Burgoop Paddocks, and dis turbing weak stock, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. JOHN BRUCE. NOTICE. ANYONE found Shooting, Snaring, or Trespassing in auy way in any of my Paddocks at Ardell after this date will be prosccuted. M. J. KER1N, Ardell. September (5th, 190*2. TAKE NOTICE ANYONE found TRESPASSING in niy Paddocks, at Balderodgery and Oak land, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. J.J. DONNELLY, Balderodgery. MOLONG Town Common. COMMONERS are hereby no...
The Jewish New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
Tlie Jewish Kew Year. Wednesday night, at sunset, the Jewish New Year 5663 began, and * with it the first of the nine penitential days preparatory to the great Day of Atonement. New Year's Day gener ally falls in the month of September, but owing to last year being Leap Year, it runs into October this year. Throughout the ten days special ser vices will be held, the most important KLvtuwi, iu tact, in the Jewish calendar. The New Year's Day ser vices concluded about 1 p.m. yester y o ?'0'™0rr0W wil1 -btf observed as the babbath of Penitence, and will be kept more generally, and indeed more solemnly, thau the ordinary Sabbaths of the year. The remaining days of repentance will be next week, leading WMvpto the Day of Atonement, which will commence on Friday week at 6 p.m., and terminate at sunset on the following day. Unlike the OhriaWs New Year obserraDces, with the Jews it is a season of humilia- - tion, supplication, aud repentance.
Molong Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
lffoloug JLttnds Office. We are indebted to the courttsy of Mr.! F. S. 'Murray, C.P.S. and Crown Lands Agent, for the following particulars of revenue for quarter ended September 30, 1902 :-r Conditional Purchases ? £1190 15 1 Conditional Leases ? 492 12 9 Annual Leases ? 229 0 0 Other Leases ? 53 4 4 Homestead Selection ? 86 19 2 Auction Sales ? 8511 4 Transfer Pees ? 40 5 0 Other Land Collections ... G 3 7 C.PfS. Fees and Fines ? 44 11 11 Mining Collections ? 2 16 0 £2231 19 2 This shows a decrease, as compared with the corresponding quarter of last year, of £475 Os 5d. ? Births registered ? 41 Deaths ? „ ? 10 Marriages „ ? 10
A Fresh Star. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
[?] In this issue tbe- new. firm of Thomson ; on ndeiij ett t_i aslnng'for itlhare 'ot ^bH(i;4a^c-rs^ The i brothers ThomsonhaVe leased #6 old and centrally-situated premises in Bank street; for many' years .occupied by their late father aT a bakery and grocery, and intend to cater for public wants as grocers, fruiterers, bakers,*confectiopers, &c. We wish the new firm ,a successful business career. ?' . ' r'. ? ?, ? ' ? '
Australian Marbles. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
Australian JNLarbles. — o — Ma. W. J. White, Government archi tect, has shown us three splendid specimens of Australian figured marble, which be procured recently from Borenore, between Orange and Molong. Tbe first is similar to the famed Belgian rouge marble ; the second compares with the Grecian vert antique ; and the third is tbe dove antique. n.-L ? ? : ? — L' LI- ? 1* L 5 inttcu speuiuitiu is uiguiy puiieaea, and exhibits on its surface tbe mark ings and colourings peculiar to the classes named. The specimens were obtained from the face of a cliff extending some couple of hundred yards, and the marble can be obtained in blocks of any dimensions required for building purposes, while it is very suitable, as regards coloring, for ornamental architecture. Mr. Little, who is very enthusiastic in regard to marbles, of which he has made a j special study, says that the country i from Bathurst to Dubbo abounds in | marbles of every description, and samples now in the Technological! Mus...
Cumnock Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
Cumnock Hallway. Mr. J. B. Hunter, officer engaged surveying the proposed railway from Molong to Peak Hill via Cum nock, has made good headway with bis work, and en Wednesday, 24th ultimo, had staked the line to Cum nock. Tbere is still a good deal of detail to fill in, and permanent levels to case (trial jeveis oi course nave already beeu taken). Tbe survey camp will be shifted next week from Jew's Creek to Burrawong Creek. Mr. Hunter has been instructed by the Engineer-in-Cbief to survey a line to Cumnock via Bryan's Flat, as soon as the present survey is finished. This will take about another fortnight. Mr. Stewart, the Inspectiflfe Surveyor, arrived on the 4th ultimo, and went over the line as surveyed by Mr. Hunter, as well as tbe Bryan's Flat route, returning to Orange the follow ing day to attend meetings of the Public Works Committee in Welling ton and Orange.
Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
' Cargo. A correspondent writes : — I notice that Master Carl Logan, son of pur local Postmaster was amongst the successful candidates who parsed the examination held on September 28 at St. Joseph's College, Hunter's Hill (Sydney Centre) by tbe Assdciated T'- ? J -t iLn Ann^amv nf .MttfllA Duaru Ul tuu i.vu;ai ayouwtMj aud Royal College of Music, London, for violin. As Carl has been only about two months at Hunter's Hill, great praise must be given to bis former teacher (Sister Pius) under whose tuition he had previously been. I understand that Master Carl is mak ing exceptionally good progress in his studies and hope to hear from time to time of further good results.
Cargo News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
Cargo TtTews. (From a Correspondent.) I A very successful bare drive took place last Saturday on the holdings of Messrs. Livermore, Workman, H.jard man, Sharkey, aud Koran. Tbe day being threatening, the attendance was small, tallies numbering between 400 and 500 bares and rabbits. Tbe din ner, supplied by Mr. Livermore and Mr. Workman, was under tbe super vision of tbe Misses Livermore, who were assisted by their sister. Mrs. Harris, of Cargo — and the hungry shooters did fully justice to the many good things provided. In tbe evening a number of friends assembled at Mr. Livermore's residence where singing and dancing was freely indulged in, the music being supplied by Messrs. H. Sharkey, G. Effland (Orange) and N. Young. Mr. Effland also acted as M.C., and, with his brother sang the duet, ' The Castaway and the Swell.' Refreshments, daiuty and liberal, having beeu par taken of, the company dispersed to their respective homes, all speaking iu the highest terms of the grand old host'...
Man and Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
Man an-l Woman. Man was made first because woman was always intended to com^ after man. So they do. Sometimes they catch him. Poor man 1 Tbe most prominent features in man's character are : Self-opinion, hard hearts, big feet and whisky. Principally whisky. That's why politicians can tell good spirits so 1 well. Women are milder, and made of broken-hearts, love letters, breach of promise cases, and new hats ! Women are made with small feet, so that when they get a vote, they will not tread too heavily on men. [ Three men are equal to a woman at any time ! . It is a marked feature iu woman never to speak ill of each other ; especially neighbours. Men are never known to tell lies, but they handle the truth very care lessly. Women love each other, especially if there is only one man. A rich man 1 Sometimes men and women marry : they often know what they are doing. The most useful part of mankind is the nose. It is so handy for business j — other people's, business. I have a j good one ...
A Remarkable Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
A Remarkable Incident. A somewhat remarkable incident is reported from Redbank. On 19th April last a grand-daughter of Mrs. E. Johnson's, of Redbank, Gumble Road, aged about three years, was eating a slice of water-melon when one of the seeds became lodged in ber wind-pipe, which caused the little one to cough incessantly. Home remedies were re sorted to, but as these did not bring relief, Mrs. Johnson and her son (George) drove into Molong with the child about two hours later for tbe purpose of seeking medical aid. The doctor apparently succeeded iu dis lodging the cause of the annoy a ace. , the sufferer seemed greatly relieved. She was taken home again, and since then the cough has beeu troublesome. About three months ago Mrs. Johnson again brought tbe child to Molong for medical advice, and tbe doctor diag nosed the complaint as bronchitis, and she has been receiving tbe treatment usual to tbat disease ever since. On Saturday night last, about 8 o'clock, the little girl was seiz...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
ttifle Shooting. A day's shooting took place at the Rifle Range on Wednesday last with the fol lowing result : — 500?ds 600yds Tl, Trdoper T. Ball ? 31 34 -55 Trooper S. Ball ? *2(5 30 f»G Saddler ft. Ball ? 31 24 55 Farrier-Sergeant Cady 27 27 54 I Corporal J. T. Neville '2H 20 54 ' Trooper H. Williams 25 25 50 Trooper B. Millgate ... 22 21 43 Trooper E. V. Silk ... 24 10 40 Trooper Collins ? 20 14 40 Trooper Wilson ? 22 10 38 Trooper T. Ball's score was within 1 point of the ' possible.'
"The Boomerang." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
' The Boomerang.' We have received tbe first issue of ' The Boomerang ' — a journal advo cating an Australian Policy for an Australian people — published in Syd ney. It is beautifully printed, con tains 40 pages of interesting' reading matter, and is published at 3d. 'The Boomerang ' should be well supported for it is undoubtedly a credit to the cause it champions.
My Friend in Philip Street, Sydney. THOMAS P. BEER. A Reply to his Valedictory Verse. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
Uly JFrientl fin JPIiillfi|» Street, Sydney. Thomas P. Bkkk. A Reply to his Valedictory Yew. And so you style me ' William ' Dean — out Wc-at they call me ' Bill,' Ami I have ^one from Phillip Street —I'm now at Lrskineville : Ami I have read your verses through, and pleased I ain to see That one who stands on moving cars from Duhvich to the Quay — That one who fighta lor penny fares, one who lew ever greet, Vt » ° , CI J-... ? - lias, since ne came 10 ©yuiiei. iii;iuc friend in Phillip-Street ! I wpll remember when I came. 1 wished that dust was mud— I sometimes think the rivers \Y est have never been in flood : Great grassless runs, bi' paddocks strewn with dyiug ewe and lamb— I. said, ' For me a city life — for me a mov ing tram !' And so I came, and though I've not ac complished any feat, ltepaid am I since I have made a friend in Phillip-Street ! To climb that lofty ladder — Fame — at most one can but try, Some men have gone up rung by rung— the top rung though is high. And I a...
Hospital Benefited. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
Hospital Benefited. Recently a patient died in Lismore Hospital and left £70 to the institu tion in appreciation of kindness and attention received. The remains of this appreciative benefactor were fol lowed to tbe grave by the members of tbe Hospital Committee, which seems to point to tbe truth of an ancient axiom.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902
New Spring & Summer NOW OPENING —AT— 0'. TT A «T. A IN/TR ' AUSTRALIAN STORES. ALL UP-TO-DATE GOODS ! AND BEING MARKED OFF AT Prices to Suit the Times. s Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics Muslins, Voiles, Fancy Dresses Lace Collarettes, Ties, Gloves Parachutes, Ribbons, Boleros Flowers, Millinery Underclothing -Ready-made Skirts Blouses, Blousings Men's and Boys' Straw -fc Felt Hats Ties, Braces Mercerised & Fancy Cotton Shirts Boots and Shoes in all the Latest Styles at Bedrock Prices. TAXLOEING- 1 Suits to Measure from £2 2s to £4 4s. Trousers from 10s 6d to 27s 6d. The Largest and Most Up-to-Date Range of Patterns , to Choose from. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. BEST FIT IN TOWN. Bank-street, Molong. i