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Bocobble School. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Bocobble School. Mb. C. Skeppabd, teacher of Bocobble Public School, forwards us a kind invitation to attend the annual festivi ties at Bocobble-Picnic and Concert, on Friday ,17th October. Last year owing to limited accommodation, it was impossible to seat the large audience anxious to gain admisSon to° holdatfc8 khlS difficoUy ifc ?« intended to hold two concerts this vear-Uon Tuesday, 14th, and Fridav V7t4i Parents and friends all provide S3.''1 Weeds ace conliaNy

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cricket at Manildra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Cricket at manildra. A very pleasant gameof cricket was played .at Manildra oh Saturday last between the married and single men. Messrs. E. Wren and E. Allen ar ranged the match, and it resulted in an easy win for the married by 9 wickets. Mr. E. Wren captained the single men and Mr. E. Allen the mar ried. The married men defended the sticks firfct and put together 55, the bachelors responding with 28. Being in a minority of 27 the latter went in again and ran up 98. There being about 40 minutes left to play, and 71 to score a win, the married men com menced their second innings, and put up the required number before time for the loss of one wicket.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

School of Arts. The monthly meeting of the School of Arts Committee was held on Friday evening. Present : Messrs. F. J. E. Rae (President), A. S. Bridekirk, E. G. Finch, R. P. Martin, J. Rubie, B. Harding, W. C. Finch, R. J. Baker, F. Shield (secretary) and Rev. A. Stephen. The sub-committee reported tbat an incandescent light had been installed in the reading room. After a general discussion as to tbe most efficient method of lighting tbe whole building, Mr. R. J. Baker was appointed to interview several firms while on his visit to Sydney. A oredit balance of £1 IBs 3d was reported by tbe Ping Pong Committee, in whose hands the organising of another Tournament was left. Several accounts were passed for payment. Reference was made to the proposed Art Union in aid of funds of the institution, and tbe Secretary was instructed to forward tbe signed forms to Dr. Ross for the Colonial Secretary's approval. An application from tbe Secretary and Librarian for an increase in salary was agre...

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The Writing on the Wall. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Tli e Writing on I lie Wall. t ? U — [Contributed.] Charitable Expenditure £1,000,000 per anuum, and every prospect of further increase. Population of 1,400,000. Analyse these figures. They mean, roughly, that one out of every 35 residents in N.S.W. is in receipt of State charity in some form or another. Who or what is responsible for this terrible state of affairs '? The answer is that an absolutely unattain -i.i ? ? ? ? r,.. l..Knr clUle UilUiiJJUllJ nrtgu Miiamuuu itvvw has been set up ; tbat the weak, infirm and aged cannot hope to attain em ployment at the standard rate, and tbat even a large proportion of tbe able bodies cannot obtain continuous work to maintaiu themselves, or assist their relatives. Granted that a certain amount of work lo carry ou the indispensable services of traffic, food distribution, &c., must be done at any cost, even at that of the ' minimum wage,' the fact remains that all tbe producing industries, upon which the real welfare and prepress of t...

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[?]rn for [?] DECREASE OF 1,667,259 SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

[?] DscmsEOFieer.MgsHEEP. the A^^eChief^n to the Unaer Secretary for tasub;rmtting the^toturn of the autnmn lamhitigfor the year 1902, which has been prepared from returns received, arid esti mwesinade by the several district stock inspectors, it 'will be observed that the estimated total number of lambs marked forthe whole State amounts to only 1,661.710. or, say, 201 per cent, on the number of ewesput to the ramB, which was &116,527, as against 9,115,147 ewes and 6^328,969 lambs for the same period in : The estimated number of sheep, intrud ing the autumn lambs, in the State on August 31 is given as 33,716,819, or a de crease of8,141.28D-ra the number returned on December 31 last The cause of this very large decrease has been occasioned almost solely by the exceedingly heavy losses by deaths, &c., as a result of the unprecedented drought, which has prevailed for such a lengthened period over nearly the whole of New South The pereentageof lambs marked is very low, b...

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Garra News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

|':9®iTa News. TFrom oub own Correspondent.] Crops are io a ver^r backward condition, and even if they come to wheat I don't think the yield will average mbre tHan a bag to the acre. There are some nice crops, however, about Bocobble. Garra will boast of a strong Cricket Glub this seasou, about 40 members having been already eu rolled. Our tennis players, too, are getting into form for future matches. A walking rabbit drive was held at Brymedura on Saturday when bunny's j ranks were thinned to the extent of j 660. Mr. F. E. Churchill supplied free ammunition. On Friday last Mrs. Frank Goddard died at the residence of -her niece, Mrs. H. H. Rubie, Rubydale, aged 81 years, the cause of death being brain decay. Old inhabitants of Orange will re member her and her husband when they kept the hotel which once stood near the turn of tbe iiathur^t road between Hinchinbrook and Welhvood, while later residents will remember them when they kept tbe Exchange Hotel. Not loug after vctiring into ...

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Nandillyan Stud. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Jtfandlllyan Stud. At the Yarra Glen and Lilydale (Vio.) Hunt Club Races, Lieut. - Colonel Smith's Carlford, bred at Nandillyan Heights, Moling, won . tbe Yering Trial Handicap carrying 8-8 and beating a field of 14. Carlford also won ' the double ' at the Sundown Paris meeting (Vie.). Oarlford is by tbe Colonel's old favorite, Retford, dam Carlipoo. Retford is by that grand ore Epigram (imp.) who was also the sire of the noted performers Wheatear and lie Grande. Ail . Ret ford's stook appear to be able to race and win in the best of oompany. Colonel , Smith is having Carlford prepared for the approaching Picnic {laces. - : -?

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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Svdxkv. TInirsdav. I Wheat, 5 to 5/1 per bushel I Maize, 6, pur bushel ] Oats, 3,7 to 3/0 j Barley, 4/ to 4/3 Bran, 1/6 per bushel Pollard, 1,6 per bushel Straw, „£2 5s to per ton Chaff, prime to £7 per ton. Lucerne, £3 10s to £5 5s. Potatoes, £6 to £7 l»-s Eggs, / 10 to /'1 1 Butter, 1; to 1, 1 -j.

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The W.M's Paradise. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Tlie lV.W'i Paradise. Sir, — To repay us for the valuable ? assistance our party rendered the Government iu the recent censure motion, Sir John See and his party cannot well refuse to construct the North Shore Bridge. Tbis will give work close to the city where we can live much more comfortably than in the country. It is said tbat the cost is so ereat to construct the bridee that there will be a difficulty iu getting the money. A considerable saving might be made if the lioads and Bridges' Vote this year were suspended as regards the country, as the drought has so diminished the number of vehicles running over tho roads and the crops will uot wear down much of tbe road in being carted to tbe railway station, tbat no repairs will be necessary. Then the iiailway Com missioners may practice economy by rtinning trains on alternate days from Orange to Molong, Parkes and Forbes. I might also suggest to the Govern ment the imposition of a post and rail tax (Id per post or rail) as an en co...

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Commercial News. LOCAL MARKET. MOLONG ARGUS Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Commercial News. LOCAL MARKET. Moi.tis'i; .Vug us Oilice, Friday. Wheat — none offering ! Flour, £10 per toil Bran, £7 Pollard, £7 per tun Dairy Butter la 2d wholesale ; Is :U retail Factory Butter, Is 3d wholesale ; Is Od retail Honey, 4(1 to 3d. Bacon, yd wholesale ; lid ivij.il i Eggs, yd wholesale; 'Jd retail Cheese, Bodalla Is Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 'Js to 10s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; retail

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

New Spring & Summer NOW OPENING —AT— «x. EZ-A-SiL a tvts AUSTRALIAN STORES. ALL UP-TO-DATE GOODS ! AND BEING MARKED OFF AT Prices to Suit the Times. Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics Muslins, Yoiles, Fancy Dresses Lace Collarettes, Ties, Gloves Parachutes, Ribbons, Boleros Flowers, Millinery II nderclothing 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. T A TT,n-R.T-KrO- 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 J

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Religious Memoranda. ST. JAMES, CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Religious memoranda. ST. JAMES', CUDAL. October 12.— Cudal tit X a.m. (n.- .) ami 11 a.m.. Bowan Park 11 a.m.. Cargo 3 p.m.. Cranbury 3 p.m., Cudal 7.3(1 p.m.. I Burdett 7,30 p.m. | October 1!'. — Toogong J 1 a.m.. Bumhury j 11 a.m., Manildra 3 p.m., lied Hill 3 p.m.. Cudal 7.30 p.m., Fair Hill 7.30 p.m. W. Vauuhan ltosi£, Rector. H. G. Wiltson, Licensed Reader.

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Rabbit Drives. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Rafl»bit Drives. j On Saturday last a drive was held at Boree when nearly 2000 rabbits were shot, although several tallies were not }- i veil in at the last count. Another drive took place; on Wednesday at Tea-Tree Creek, over; 2.300 rabbits being given in as killed.; Both drives .were organised by the Hon. F. Jago Smith, who supplied lunch and ammunition free, and those who attended speak in high terms of the general man agement, although the sport was some what. marred by the neglect on the part of some of the shooters to keep their places in the line. Mr. Or. H. H.ebden and Mr. L. N. Smith were spectators for part of the day. Appended are I lie scores of both drives as supplied us by Hon. F. Jago Smith THE BOREE DRIVE. U. Ford ? D3 Cecil Smith ... 45 E. Byrnes ... 85 W. Farrell ... 44 Sam Evers ... 83 F. Jago Smith 44 Sam Hillan ... 73 E. Wright ... 43 LI. Woolbank 7 2 S. Woolbank 42 P. O'Haulon ... 6K W\ Evers. mm. 4'2 W. Collins ... 05 JJ.C. liais ... 41 W. L. Evers ... W. Coyt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

? BANK STBjLr, MOLONG. BEGS ioannopnee thathte has purchased Ibeabovew^l-kDb^hiosteiiy/Whidh h&B recently beenrenovated throughout, thus making it one of the best and most comfort able retreats in the West. Splendid Sample Booms for Commercial Travellers. BATH BOOMS, &c. Buggies and Horses always- on Hand Attentive Groom. Edward Hogan, Courthouse Hotel, HILL 8TREET, MoM^. ^ Well Watered Paddooks. No Responsibility. Good Stabling. First-class Table. CHARGES MODERATE. r — THE — -j €ffntnuraal Hotel, CUMNOCK.^ J. W. McDonnell, PROPEIETOB. ONLY the best Brands of Liquors and Ales stocked. Superior Accommodation for travellers. Excellent stabling. The Commercial is the nearest Hotel to the Post Office. s'v Half-Way Hotel, TWO-MILE, WELLINGTON ROAD. JAS. AUSTIN PROPRIETOR. HAVING leased the above old and popu lar Hotel, lately carried on by Mr KoberJi.Gibson, it will Jbe my endeavour to 1*?ne of the most comfortable houseB in the West. The premises are how under going a th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs arid Colds in Children. ' I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommvuding (chamberlains Cough Remedy to all who uve suti'»-rin^ from coughs or colds,' says Chas. M. Cramer. Es-)„ a well known watch, maker, of Colombo. Ceylon. ' It has been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valuable medicine aiid 1 have repeatedly used it and it has always been beneficial. It has cured me quietly of .ill chosi, colds. It is especially effective for children aud seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness. I have persuaded many to try this valuable nr.- ii'i:ie. and 1 hey are all as weil please! ax myself over the re sults. For sale by H. W. Maeord, Cheuust, Mulong, E. CANDISH, 1 BUILDER, 1 IIBIXGT 9I1KEH, 9 House Decorator, J9 Watson Street, Molong. -11 Plans Dr.iwn. Estimates Given. DUG A SAW MILLS. ] r I HIE undersigned has much pleasure in i notifying residents of Molong District ''Sjjjgk that he has taken ...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

[?] . , Blay ney pays its bandmaster £80 a year. v Od dit that Blayney owes Molong's bandmaster about £80. Another ping pong tournament on the board. Y Lettuce is useful for those suffering from sleeplessness. Narrah Station . Scone, is si vine 80s per 100 to men who shear right through. The Whitton Release Petition has' beea filled at this office and forwarded to Melbourne. -The ' woman with a past,' if you notice, is generally anxious to meet a man with a present. Mr. Fred Paul, late of Molong, is now hon. secretary of the Blayney Choral Society. The very latest style for ladies' hair is to take the seat off the piano stool and use it for a pad. 1 . Tuesday next is the last day for registering' dogs. The police will then start on the scent. Rainfall at Amaroo last month totalled 186 points, as oompared with 119 during September of last year. A scheme for installing the incan descent light throughout the School of Arts is at present under considera tion. Mr. R. J. Baker was appoint...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

. Dr. M. Veeclt, 111 DDLE ST11EET, —MOLONG.— Will Wt CUMWK Every Monday. Dr. James Reiach, M.B., C.M., Ed. BANK STBEB T, !Holoiig. Government Vaccinator. [A Card.] Nurse Miller, CUMNOCK. Ladies' Certificated Nurse. M. L. Caro, R.D.S., Dentist, Orange, (Late Lever & Caro), (Lute Assistant to Dr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG —ON — Saturday, October 'Id, And may be Consulted at Stockwkuu's Hotel * from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Legitimate Work done in ail Branches oi the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. Legal. Mr. Earn; Ep Jago Soil, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. TRUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved Secureties. ^ M— — — EDWARDS BROS., BAKERS, Pastry Cooks, Confectioners, Grocers, FllUITEREKS. Opposite Commercial Bank, Molong. Pastry a Speciality. Choice Fresh fruit. Wedding, Birthday and Chiistening Cakes made to order on the shortest notice. WOOL] WOOL! SHEEPSKINS, Hides, Tallow, Marsupial Skins, Beeswax, Horse Hair, &c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

THE BURR LIFT. JL| MAW OP STSBti* ' f *;!?'0\ simpie! 1 ^i ii Automatic I fj' c Sure! j| || Adjustable ! ijj V' £ j | Safe 1 f If |f Absolute t | r3 Let go the rope, the lever ?f does tlu rest. E. RICH & CO., Ltd. JL SYONEV. BOURKE. asllr'ff^fm THE BURR L.FT. MADS OF 8Tnb. A Perfect Pulley for all Purposes* May be used As a Wire Stretcher. The Cheapest and most Independent AUTOMATIC PULLEY known. One man con hoist unaided 850 pounds. E. RICH & CO., Ltd. BRISBANE. CUNNAMULLA. Mori Welcome Weddl»g fllft SI MPLE^^^^^gTRONG SILENr^®®®^Si:EDY 'MOTHER'S MACHINE,' WITH UTUT IMPIIOVEMEHTm. Lightest Running, Easiest Managed orcatlv aids domestic bliss, THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. omon in even* city in thi ?o«itt.(taalk- Western District Offio3; HOWICK STREET, B AT HURST ? Local Agent: F. SYDENHAM, Bank-street, Molong. ?SSHBHHnBnBaHHHnBHnBHMMBMIiHHMHHaaHMMniH I -5® ^ J I ESTEY ORGAN. | !Estey Organs are manufacture^^ in America. ff 1 We have small portable Organs \l suitable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

f The 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 — «► UVING FIFTY PER GENT, CHEAPER, Others have been compelled to bring down their prices, and in fact, in many 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. ZE3HE3 IIMZZPOIEfcTS LARG-ELT I and always makes it his practice to give his customers the benefit of his good purchases. His study is to I sell at the smallest possible profit. LOUIS RICH Is not personally known to everybody in Molong, but RICH'S LOW PRICES 7' are, and Rich is becoming a household word in this town and district, and his trade is daily increasing in consequence. Those good people who have not alr...

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Molong Hospital. Reports by Dr. Relach and the Sub-Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Molong Hospital Reports by Dr. JReiach and the Sub committee. The following is a report made by Dr. Beiach to the Hospital Committee, together with tbe report of subcom mittee appointed to consider tbe matters mentioned by Dr. Reiacb : — ' Molong, 3rd August, 1902.— To the Committee of Management, Molong Hos pital.— Sirs,— I beg to lay before you some points for your consideration as re cards the condition and nrom-ess of the. Molong Hospital, and to place before you some suggestions as to the bringing of its condition more up to date, and more abreast of the times, as a modern institu tion for the scientific treatment and cure of disease. It is obvious that we should have our Hospital fully prepared for any emergency or any outbreak of sickness which might occur in our district. The Hospital is decidedly not in that state of preparedness and efficiency which is to be desired. In the first place a thorough cleansing anfl general overhaul is necessary. Wardsman.— To go into detail— I...

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