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Old Stumps. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

4-1-I To remove old stumps, a correspondent, of the ' Country Gentleman ' gives tho following ' Get a 2-inch iron pipe, «ft long : have a steel point welded into one end of it. With a sledge-hammer drive this under the stump as far as may he necessary. Drop half a stick of dynamite into the hole thus made, and tramp earth upon it until the hole is tilled : then li^ht ! the fuse'. The stump will he lilted j entirely out of the ground, with no earth adhering to it- so that it may he burned j the next day.'1 i Another correspondent, writing in regard to removing old stumps, recommends : — v* In the autumn bore an inch hole down into the centre of the stump 14iu or Klin deep. Put a couple of ounccs of saltpetre into this hole, fill with water, ami plug np tight. In the spring take out the pluir. pour into the hole about a-gill of kerosene oil, aud light it. The stump will burn away slowly, without blazing, to the ends of the roots, leaving nothing butashfjs,'--- *? Queensland Agricultur...

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

Presbyterianism/ ? TBy AndbeW Ross, M.D.I Sir,— Some few months back tbe Asseflibljjr of New South p 'Wales, in Sydney assembled, brought ; its annual meeting to a happy, and it is to be hoped, satisfactory termina tion. At the close of its session one of its members (Mr. W. Affleck, M.L.A.J brought under its notice the long want of church service being held in the town of Molong and district; but tbat gentleman, I understand, was met by anything but a correct or satisfactory' answer. I desire, with your permission, at this late hour of day, to offer a few remarks, by way of explanation. The township of Molong 1 has been in existence since 1850, and is, therefore, oue of the oldest settled inland townships of the western dis trict. Duriug tbat lengthy period the cause of Presbyterianisni, remarkable to say, has been sadly neglected. Be tween the years 18G0 and 1870 the Rev. Mr. Stewart, of Bowenfels, was in -the habit of visiting the district for several vears, and travelled as far ...

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

A VALUABLE MEDICLNE For Coughs and Colds in Children. ' I have not 'the slighteftt hcsitancy in recommending Chamber! tin's Cough gemcdy to ail who are suffering from iouffUs or colds.' says ? Oh:is. 31. Cramer. Eso., a well 'Vnown watch maker, of ( Colombo, Ceylon. ' i t has been sotni two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeatedly used it and it has always been beneficial. It has cured me quicklv of nil chest colds. It is especially effective for children and seldom takes moie than one. bottle to cure them of hoarseness, J hiivc persuaded many to try this valuable msaiciue. and they ave all as well pleased as myself over the re sults. For : sale by - H: W. Macord, GheniisV Molong.

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

se® id s i LATEST advices show an increase in value of Farm Seeds since (he Welcome Jiain, and to plant largely at .present rates- is out of the question fur many 1' ariuers. To meet the difficulty, assist in taking all advantage -il favourable conditions, and to reduce a Large and Varied Stock IR SI. STITT Has decided to sell PARCELS OF VEGETABLE SEEDS, embracing Onion, Bret, Parsnip, Carrot, Tomato, Lettuce, livoajl Beans, Pens, French Beans, Swede aud White Turnip, Radish, Cabba)?«, in --?! packets— 7 for2sGd. . 1'2 Packets FLOWEK SEiiUS (assorted) for 23 Cd. Rape, Sorghum, Swede and White Turnip, Lucerne and Barley in Quantities. Potatoes iu Large or Small Lots, for SieJ or Table — Very Choice Tubers. Maize, 90-Day, lied Uogan (small). Goods Delivered or forwarded by Iliil or Post. Quotations on Application. Cabbage^Plants, Swe2t Potaloss, Swede Turnips, Cheese, Eggs, &c. iR_ ^hTstitt, Seed Merchant, Fruiterer, Confectioner and Bookseller, BANK STREET, MOLONG. Wool. Prod...

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Redbank School. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Redbank School. Db. Ross, M.P., has handed us the following letter for publication : — Department of .Public Instruction, Sydney, 29th September, 1902. — Sir, —Referring to the formal application dated 26th July last, for tbe establish ment of a Provisional School at Red kanlr T hotrn f.Vi a hnnnr ho inform VOU that, from a report upon the matter, it appears tbat the educational require ments of the locality are met by the existing Public Schools at Nora Creek and Garra, each of which is situated within 3 miles of the proposed site at Redbank, and that all the children of school ages residing at the latter place attend one or other of tbe schools referred to. In these circumstances, and aB the Department is precluded, under the Regulation, from establish ing a Provisional School within four miles of an existing School, the Minister for Public Instruction is unable to accede to the application.— I have the honor to be, &c., J. C. Maynaed, Under Secretary.

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Youthful Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Youthful Philosophy. ? vz ? Dubing the plague scare, a man, who was ratber too free in hotels, told his wife of a curious dream he bad during the nigbt. He dreamt he saw a fat rat coming towards hitn followed by two leans ones, and in tbe rear one blind one. He was greatly worried over it and declared that some great m n n nUrkii^ f rt 1 1 An Ulm T %*i UYU Woo auuuu uu lau uu uuu. xu vain did he appeal to his wife, but she could not relieve bim. His son, Alick, who was a preity smart young corn stalk, bearing tbe dream, said, ' Well, look here, dad, this is what I make out of tbe bloomin' tbing : The fat rat is the cove what keeps the pub, \ where you go so often ; the two lean \ ones are me and mother, and the blind one's yourself.' Rev. H. H. Vale, late of Molong, proceeds from Carcoar to Rylstone this : week, I*.'.-. \

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Molong Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

[?] [?] Reis&fyitfe ; ing the;01ub a prosperous sBaeoii^r ^ ' . SOOIAI.. ~ After discussion it was decided to hold an Ad ults' and Children's $ocial,ln aid of the Club funds, oh Tuesday^ 7tli-Octob]Br. Messrs. Heffernan, Donaldson, McGallum, Cashman and Baker were appoifltejdiasub committco to make the necessary arrange ments, Mr. J. Da vies to act as .secretary. [Particulars of social are advertised.]

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Millennium in Three Years. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

ifl fillennitim ill Three Years. A telegbam to the San Francisco ' Call ' from Washingtonsays : — ' A letter has been received by Solomon - Berlin, a merchant of this city, convey ing the information that the millennium will come in 1905. Berlin's letter came from his father, who lives in Russia. It relates that a child three months old, living in Warsaw, recently began to talk. The child was left for a few moments by its mother in charge of a seven-year-old daughter. The daughter became frightened and began to cry. The baby thereupon startled her by exclaiming; ' Don't cry ; mamma will be back soon !' This speech from the three-monthB-old child scared the girl and she sum moned her mother. When the mother arrived the child said : ' Bend for the rabbi.' To the rabbi tbe precocious infant uttered clearly a prophesy to the effect that in one year from the time there would be a great war between tbe world powers, and that in three years tbe millennium would arrive. The letter relates t...

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Australasian White Cross League: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Australasian White Cross League. ? 0 — At the Molong Town Hall on Wednes day next, 8th instant, Mr. R. H. W. Bhgh, General Secretary of the above League, will lecture to 'Men Only.' Speaking of the lecture, the Lithgow Mehcoky says 'The meeting for men was attended by about 50, and Mr. Bligh spoke mainly of the organisation, and need for work. On Suuday afternoon at 4 o'clock there was a lame atfandanon nf men and lads. The chairman spoke of the need of the work, and Mr. Bligh went directly into the subject of social im purity. He first dealt with the law of re production of life, then with the life of one who is careful to avoid impurity; next with the dangers of impurity. He appealed to the men from two positions : First, because it is cowardly and unmanly to lead anyone weaker than themselves into sin : and second, because God has shown that impurity is a great evil which brings a curse on the one who follows it Ho quoted St. Paul's words in the 16th chapter of 1st Corinthians, a...

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

Congestion, 0 A Deranged Liver KsgwSatccJ The Case of Mr. W CLARKE. (by a srEciAi, iii:n-::Ti:n. ) To those wlin liavo' vainly pu^.lo 1 their intellects with matters beyond ilirir cogni sance, tnliglileiiiiiont. of uiidetvitiui'liiig will accrue from the M oving nam live. wltu-.li comes from Mr. William Clark!*, of t, 'bal- der-street, Marrickville : — ' I was living six years ago in West Aus tralia,' said Mr. Clarke. ' and I have good reason to remember that fact, because it was there that I broke down in Imalili Innn a complaint which T thought 1 would never get riil of. 'J liinLiiig a cli.ingtj imynt do nie good, I went to Melbourne, and then to Inglcwood ; but wherever 1 went I was still ailing.' ' What from?' asked o«r reporter. ' Congestion of the liver, and I assure you I suffered untold agonies with it. One doctor iu Melbourne put fourteen leeches on my side to ease the pains, hut, the relief did not last long, and only returned with re doubled fury. There vu only one positi...

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

IMPdRTflNT HOTICE. TO THE BESIDEKTS OF CUMNOCK AND DISTRICT. A. E. PHiLPOTT DESIBES to inform fais old Customers in Cumnock and Surrounding District tbat he has again commenced business at Cumnock as Saddle arid Harness Maker AND BOOT REPAIRER, and has come to stay. I trust to again re ceive that generous support so liberally ac corded by tbe Public in the past. igT In consequence of the disastrous season, my prices will be as low as possible. A. E. PHILPOTT, CUMNOCK. V\p T iKrs. i? C tlugil HAS added to the list of her valuable prepara tions a number of others from the private prescriptions and medical notes of her late hus band, DR. G. R. R. IjLOYD, M.R.C.P.E., ta.R.C.8.1:., &c., Registered, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane. § These Remedies are dis pensed under the immediate car e of a leading; 8ydney Phy y sicin.li, and will be known at tfea BIOSOZON REMEDIES, and may be obtained from MRS. ? A. C. LLOYD Only, at the uni form price of 10s 6d per box ?- FULL PARTICULARS ON APPL...

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

mm ? ? ? - ; - ;s Sixty-seven dairies are flourishing; in the Mittagoog district. There are at present over 25,000 discharged British soldiers in South Africa. The State Children's Belief Board exercises supervision over 3794 boys ana girls. Government rent paid on buildings in this* State amounts to £21,200 annually.^ Estimated that £20,000,000 is lost and won on Australian racecourses ©very year. When in town give ' Tf.d ' Casipbem. a call. He will be glad to see you. Opposite the Commercial Bank.* Last Monday tbe Public Service Board' was at Peak Hill aud took evi dence regarding railway extension. Link by link we forge the chain of character. Our acts are the hammer strokes, tim$ is the anvil. Mr. Bruce Smith's inquest fees, arising out of the Kembla disaster in quiry, will total about £680. During last year tbe Stale debt in creased by £7,000,000, and now stands a 0^71, 500, 000. The tender (£14 10s) of Mr. Arnold Eigby has-been accepted for erecting new chimney flues at Molong...

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Drive at Boomey. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Drive at Boomey. On Saturday a small, but successful, rabbit drive was held at Mr. John Clabby's, Boomey, eight shooters ac counting for 810 of the pest. N. Quirk, H. Eggleston were top scorers with 57, W. Coombs 46, J. Clabby 85. At mid -day an enjoyable lunch was provided at Mr. Clabby's in the bost'6 usual hospitable style.

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The Late John Strahorn. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Tfoe Latv^oiin Stralioru. John Sthahosn, of Mungery, near Dubbo, grazier, (lied at Derowie, near Obley, on May 1 last. He appointed bis brother - iu - law, F. J. Martel, grazier, of Dandaloo ; his brother, Hugh Straborn, grazier, of Derowie ; and William SLrahorn, of Mungdry, grazier, executors of his estate, lie bequeaths bis life assurance policy of £ll)UU to nis trustees upon trust tor bis two nieces, Maggie and Minnie May Straborn, in equal shares ; £500 each to his sisters, Mrs. Jane Baird and Mrs. Ellen Aspinall, wife of tbe Rev. A. A. Aspinall, of Lady Robin son's Beach, and Jessie Martel and Margaret Strahorn ; and £800 to his niece, Janet Lang Strahorn. Subject to tbe above legacies testator bequeaths and devises tbe whole of his real and personal estate to his brothers, Hugh and William, in equal shares. Tbe estate is valued at £47,'J45, tbe amount of probate duty paid totalling £3452 Os lOd.

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Local Land Hoard. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Local LsuhI Board. The Local Land Board held a two days' sitting at Cumnock last week, dealing with the following cases : WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. rONJMTIOXAl, rUneifASKS AND CONDI TIONAL j,kasi:s. Inquiry under Section 20, Act C.P. %4.r-, 40 acres, William Johnson.— Certificate t-o issue. For confirmation, «£c. C.P. 01-26, 320 acres, Charles Autonio.— Confirmed. C.L. 01-15, 960 acres, Charles Antonio.— Continued : rent, 1 id per acre. For investigation. &c. C.P. 02-26, 740 acres, C.P. 02-27, 601 acres, and C.P. 02-28. 344 acres, Union Bank of Australia. — Survey directed. C.P, 02-Hii. 110 acres, C.P. 02-34, (57 acres, C.P. -12-35, *0 acres, C.P. 02-30, 40 acres, C.P. 02-37. 123 acres, C.P. 02-38, 48. J acres and C.P. 02-31', 116 acres, Union Bank of Australia— Confirmed. ANNt'AI. I.F.ASKS. For consideration, &c. A.L. 02-13, l'.-20 acres, Edwin Hodges.— Le;isti allotted. 1700 acres : rent, £7 Is 8d. A.L. 300a, Geo. Henry Barber.— Let- so allotted. 336a, rent £1 8s. A...

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Wedding Bells. CRAVEN-FROGLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Wedding Bells. — o— CRAVEN— FROGLEY. On Wednesday last a pretty and interest- ing wedding was celebrated at the Church of England, Garra, by the Rev. J. Alldis, when Mr. Joseph Craven, of Glenhurst, Lockwood, was united in the sacred bonds of matrimony with Miss Maud Frogley, youngest daughter of the late John Frogley, of Garra. The sacred edifice was filled with relatives and friends of the contracting parties. Mr. Craven, a brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man, and Miss Nell Frogley, a cousin of the bride, sustained the role of bridesmaid. Mr. R. Frogley (brother) gave the bride in marriage. After the ceremony of tying the nuptial knot had concluded, the newly wedded pair with their friends and invited guests (to the number of about 60), assem- bled at the residence of Mr. R. Frogley, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served, and the toasts usual to such occasions proposed and honoured. Dur- ing the afternoon the happy pair were escorted to Manildra, where they board...

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McCUTCHEON—LINN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

McCUTCHEON— LINN.   Another wedding celebrated on the 24th ultimo was that between Mr. Arthur McCutcheon, of Cave Creek, and Miss Harriett F. Linn, daughter of Mr. William Linn, of Cargo Road. The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. H. G. Chilvers, of Orange, after which an adjournment was made to the residence of the bride's parents where the wedding breakfast was served.

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HARVEY—GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

HARVEY— GREEN.   On Wednesday, 24th, at the resi- dence of Mr. Hill, Parkes, Mr. Ness Harvey, proprietor of the Molong Dispensary, was married to Miss Alice Green, second daughter of Mr. Henry Green, of Parkes. The ceremony was performed by the Venerable Archdea- con Neild, and only the relatives of the young couple were present.

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Weddings. BRADLEY—THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 3 October 1902

Weddings. BRADLEY—THOMAS. A pretty wedding was celebrated at the residence of the bride's brother, Bathurst, on Wednesday, September 24, the contracting parties being Mr. E. T. Bradley, of Parkes (eldest son of Mr. Richard Bradley, of Garra) and Miss Harriett Thomas, seventh daugh- ter of the late Mr. H. B. Thomas. Rev. J. H. Lewins was the officiating clergyman. The bride was attired in figured French silk voile, and was at- tended by Miss Mary Trezise as bridesmaid. Mr. A. Bradley acted as best man. The gift of the bridegroom to the bride was a handsome gold bangle, and that to the bridesmaid a gold brooch. Many wedding presents were received, including a valuable gift from the Wesleyan Choir and also one from the Sunday School. The honeymoon was spent in Sydney.

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Molong Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

[?] TUESDAY.0CTj£)BES7. intheab$enceofMr/^ MINUTES. Tbe minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COEBB8PONDBNCB. The fiorrasnondence ehmnrisGid letters from Edward Peacock, applying for the position of assistant Dayman ; from the Railway Commissioners, re block of Euchareena crossing ; from tbe Mnnicipal Association, re instal ment of rates in Thomson's assigned estate, and stating tbat Council can claim balance from future lessees ; from Bexley Council, re met&l ; from Board of Health, forwarding forms for completion ; from N.S.W. Water Conservation League, Forbes, re form ing a branch of the League at Molong. — Received on the motion of Aid. Cole, seconded by Aid. McGroder. The letters from Bexley Council and N.S.W. Water Conservation League were ordered to stand over. THE N10BTKAN. A letter was read from the night* rnan giving an explanation of the reason why pan at a certain place was not emptied, which reason was that he was afraid of a dog tbat was loos...

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