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An Absolute Fact. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

A11 Absolute Fact. ? o — Scene : Country branch of Bank of N.S.W. Time : The morning after the day on which tbe A.J.S. Bank suspended payment. Manager : 'Good morning, Mr. O'Hooligan, what can 1 do for you this morning ?' O'H. : ' Well, Mr. Brown, I come up to see if I could draw my money ?' Man ager : ' Certainly, if you wish it.' O'H. : ' Well, if oi can get it, oi don't waut it, but if I can't get it, be jabers: oi'll have it.' A chain of compressed cakes of gun cotton tied round a tree-trunk and exploded will instantly cut the tree down as smoothly as if it were done by an axe in tbe hands of an expert woodsman.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sand in Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Sand in Horses. E. C. Buay, C-rookwell, gives tbe fol lowing as an effective mode of remov ing sand from the stomach of a horse : — First give a drench of one pint and I a half of raw linseed oil, in a little [ warm water ; 12 hours afterwards j throw and tie the horse, same as for j castration ; place tbe animal on his j back, aud with two men on each side work him backwards and forwards a [ few times, and thus dislodge the sand, which will then be carried off by tbe oiL ?

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

AREMARKABLE CURE. Thaoauof Mrs. E. YEATMAN. (BT OUB RKPOBTZB.) Everyone capable of forming a judgment upon the matter will readily admit that the reporter's time was well employed when he elicited the following information from Mrs. Emma Yeatman, shopkeeper, of South street, Granville, whose own words were : — ' X was so weary and weak after an at tack of in0uen2a some eight years back that I really thought I Was sinking away. My weakness was so pronounced that to r two mouths I waB confined to my bed; and there is no doubt that 1 had a spell of terrible hardships. It was an uncommon thing for me to pet any sleep, as my brain was so on* nut (i rally active lhat I could do nothing but think and tnink till morning; aud the worst part of it was that niy thoughts were never pli.visant ones. There was always trouble looming ahead in my mind, and, likely enough, my spirits sank to a very low ebb. Such a melancholy condition I had never been in before; for whatever was said or done to «:he...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

CRUMBS. Better late than never — Husbands ! A pen may be driven, but a pencil docs best when it is lead ! Methodist Tea Meeting at Garra on Wednesday next. Service -in the Presbyterian Church ou Sunday evening next. Mr. M.'L. Caro, dentist of Orange, visits Molong on the 25th instant. Already Molong Cricket Club has a membership roll of over 40. Programme of 10th November Sports advertised on our back page. On dit that a chess club will shortlj- be formed in Molong. Senior-Constable Minslow, of Cudal, has been transferred to Woodstock. Mr, D. Moon cautions people against trespassing in his paddocks at Little River. The See Government is apparently not yet ripe enough to fall from the political tree. Monday last celebrated the 47th anni versary of the eight-hour system in New South Wales. In a neighboring town nine weddings are reported to have been celebrated m one day. Rain fell immediately after wards. On Saturday Messrs. S. D. Bennett & Co. offered at auction Mr. Urban Sp...

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

'J-i. ? — ? ? ? ? — ? — ? ? _ i, ' » i ' Furniture! Furniture! . ? I JOHN NEILSON to the Front ! MY ILLUSTRATED FURNITURE CATALOGUE. ipRl J Estimates given for Furnishing Houses complete at Sydney I I ''' , „ Wholesale Prices with trainage added. j 1 Those Living in the Country | |L ? — ?^5^z3zz==8sH Can be as well served with FURNITURE at NEILSON'S as if they were in the Furniture Warehouses in Sydney. From my Catalogue, and also see the Goods. ? 1 * j -'— = — '* ^ f Any Article not in Stock can be procured from ' ! j^ljj j j » ?. sideward |«| mm P Kindly Call and Inspect. .You won't do better by going -|§f Furniture for Every Kind of Home. Cheap. Medium. Costly. BAMBOO DRAWTO&El)OM SUITES, 7 pieces, Settee, 2 Arm Chairs, 4 Small Chairs, uphols fej tered back, loose cushions, best quality plush, afe every shade — Price £6 15s. A very Superior j j Hp* Suite. j j rW SIDE BOARD, Plate-glass Baek, fitted with shelf; |j made in stained walnut or cedar ; 3ft 6in — Price j j f 8 5...

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

Her Son's Life Saved by Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. ''A nciiilibor ran m with ;i bottle of Ciiaiiiljoilain s Colic. Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was jjji veil up as beyond hope hv my regular physician, who stands liiyh in his profession. After administering three doses of it., my son regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twoivty-four hours.' says Mrs. Mary liallor, of AJt. Crawford. U.S.A.. This remedy is for sale by H. W. Mavoni, Chemist. Molong.

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In the Early Days. BEN HALL AND HIS GANG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

[?] BEN HALL AND HIS GANG. fB* ,0u- Nbd ' — Tbuth.J It was in the beginning of April, 1865, that Ben Hall, Johnny Gilbert find Dunnpaid a visit to the West. After sticking ap Mr. W. P. Myle oharane at Mat O'Brien near the Three Rivers, they paid Narragal, the homestead of the late John Maxwell, a visit, and after looking through the Narragal stud proceeded down the Bell Biver to Neurea, sticking up Bob Watte' hotel at Neurea, and afterwards Teddy Austin's White Horse Inn at Black Bock. They £ v then visited good old George Galli I more's well-stocked White Stores, well-known to all-travellers along the old Black Road for considerably over ?? half a century. It was in this home stead that George Gattimore, so well and favorably known' to all the habit ues of the Kensington pony race course, first saw the light, if I mistake not. Poor old George has often regaled me with the way the three highway men sold him. He took them for three young drovers with good cheques | to melt — in place...

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

[?] Received - £417 for lighting Hegalar montbly meefcing of the ^j^li^^^^p^oiation' will be next. Mr. .8%ge Brdce's Goodooga won '^'SilffM®ai^fli.tfdiean at Canter bury Park on Mojaday, carrying 6-7. Oroozo Preia writes : — I am glad - to say tbat the|prospects for tbe com ing Spring lire favorable for agricul ture; How nloel Sbearing operations have just com menced at Amaroo and will be in full swing in two Or three weeks. Mr. William O'Brien, a resident of Cudal for U5 years, died at Orange on Sunday morning from chronic bron chitis and diabetes. Tbe remains were taken to Cudal for interment. A return shows that under the Government inaugurated by Sir William Lyoe, and now carried on by Sir John See, 296 miles of railways have been built, while 408 miles are now under construction. General De Wet's book on tbe South African war has been purchased by a German publisher for £10,000. ? Hospital authorities can legitima tely claim the pensions of any old-age pensioners during tbe tim...

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

AND DISTRICT. ^ A. E. PHILPOTT J ; ?_ , - . -5.; to inform bis old Customers in { ? -Mjfi IDomnock and Surrounding District * that he has again commenced business at '4 Cumnock as * g Saddle and Harness Maker | AND A BOOT REPAIRER, . and ban come to stay. I trust to again re* '* ceive tbat generous support so liberally ac- J cordcd by the Public in tbe past. t£5T In consequence of the disastrous y season, my prices will be as low as possible. Jj A. E. PHIIPOTT. I CUMNOCK. 1 Jltrs. JL ®. Ufljjii I HAS added to the iilst of her valuable pre para- ? tions a number of others from the private S prescriptions and medical notes of her late hu«- ® band, DR.G.R. R. LLOYD, M.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.S.E., v Ac., Registered, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane. t § These Remedies are dis pensed under the immediate A care of a leading Sydney Phy- X x sician, and will be known as the | ^ BIOSOZON REMEDIES, 1 ana may be obtained from MRS, ^ A. C.LLOYD Only, at the nni- -i form price of 10s 6d per box or | FULL PA...

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"Out Back." Shearing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

[?] [?] [?] u»v,og aWiaea;-o;:: niviSg B irip my peregrination^. Wfilv Wp (Mm my-ioiai^ bluey, or what the talent but here.oall bidgee they oall it phshmg i'1® ,knott.') However, horses bnog: oat of the qaestion, bikes end motor cats not beingin our line, ' anil.. as there happened to be no trains coming our way, we reluotahtly submitted to the inevitable took up our beds and walked. 1 did not like to Venture out in the ' never never ' oountry on my ' ace,' so I picked up a ?' cobber ' who rejoices in the soubriquet of ' Jim the brownie sooffer. We reaobed Trangie, on the occidental line; in something like a wade's trekking o'er the veldt. Between Molong and Trangie we enooiiintered nothing unusual, exceptiqg dead sheep and several waggons laden witb sheep skins, which fact meant to us a diminution in our prospective shearing cheques. Trangie is a ' cyprus ' little town, noted just now for flies, dust and famine prices. Hera we noticed the railway gopdshed and platform occu pied to ...

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New Jury Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Mew Jury Charge. Suggested new jury charge in criminal cases : — 'Gentlemen of the jury, you shall well and truly try and true de liverance make between our Sovereign Lord the King and tbe prisoner at the bar and a true verdict give according to instructions received from the coun sel for tbe defence, being careful when you enter the jury room (to consider what verdict will best suit the prisoner) to leave your common sense on the door-mat outside !'

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

Forms at the Argus Office. Price, 3d Each. - ? M FOB the convenience of our Country Constituents they may send the Fee to us, together with Particulars, and we will attend to the Registration. CAUTION ANYONE caught Fishing or otherwise Trespassing in the Larras Lake or Eurimbla paddocks WILL BE PROSE CUTED without respect to persons. JAMES LEE. The Molong Pliolopi Stio IS J¥OW OPfilV. Cap' First Class Work Guaranteed. ENLARGEMENTS a Speciality. All Work Faithfully Executed. PICTURE FRAMES made on tlie premises. Large Assortment of Mould ings at Sydney Prices. G. BAUER HAS much pleasure in informing the residents of Molong and District that he has opened the above Studio, and trusts that by turning out First-class Work to solicit their esteemed patronage. Note the Address : Bank- street, Opp. Town Hall. (Euntturck Btttcfjcqr John Leary & Sons Proprietors. '|)RIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c., at the X lowest rates. Small Goods always on hand. Best attention given to all or...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. October 12. — Service will be conducted ; in the Presbyterian Ghurch, Molong, 011 Sunday evening, October 12. Subject : ' Tennyson and the Christian Faith.'' Preacher : Rev. G. Milne (Wellington).

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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

1 Soie s iii GommenSH [Bit 'Patutcs.1 Evolution of tioiG biings many changes in political and . social de velopemen t 5 atmospheric changes in the shape of dust: stormed rain and bail, thunder and light-! pinff ; the Bolving of mysterious problems andfechemes for mitigating droughts in such a way that the arid and devasting Tuitants/will lose their terror, and many other things propound as time evolvqs in this terraqueous globe. Many scenes of the gloomy, dreary and heart-rending type of misery produced by the drought have oeen oespicteQ by no teeble hands that, together with what one knows from his own experience, makeB up a little history - which no one would like to see repeated. oQo Speaking of drought brings to my mind Mr. Bassett's article on 11 Drought and its Mitigation,' which appeared in the Argus of the 26th ultimo. Mr. Bassett points out in the coarse of bis article that the only way to mitigate droughts, or rather the effects of droughts, is by constructing railways. ' ...

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Fodder for Starving Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Foclder for Starving: Stock. The District Stock Inspector (Mr. E' G. Finch) has received from the Acting Chief Inspector a request to make careful and judicious inquiries as to the necessity for continuance of the carriage of fodder by rail at the cheap rates . now ruling for keeping starving stock alive. Mr. Finch is making the necessary inquiries, but is of opinion that the necessity still exists for cheap carriage of fodder, many owners in tbis district still being compelled to band feed their stock.

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The Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

[?] 'J?HE fuUeffects of the drought in New of stock v .«annbtyet ^igivehpn pflScial authority. ^ITbeJta.test returns available are for 1901, ' fltad since then there have been very heavy V ' - los^s, whichhave prohid-ly reduced the U * total by at least one-third. The number £ 'a of *heepin New South Wales for the last ten years is given as follows 1891 ? ? ? ? 61,831,416 1892 ? ? ? 68^14 1893 ? ? ? ? 56,980,688 1894 ? ? 56,977,270 1895 ? 47, 617, 687 1896... ? ? 48318,790 189 7 ? ? ...43,952,897 1898 ? ? ? 41,241,004 1899 ? 36,213,514 1900 ? ? ? ? ? 40,020,506 1901 ? ? 41,857,099

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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Religious memoranda. — o — ANGLICAN CHURCH. Molong — 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (hc) and 4th Sun days at 11 and 7.30 Yullundry— 1st Sunday in each month at 11 a.m. Cumnock — 1st Sunday in each month at 3 p.m., and 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. (hc) Amaroo— 1st and 3rd Sundays at 3, also 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 Garra — 2nd and 4th Sundays each month at 3, and also in moonlight season at 7-30 Beri— 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 Euohareena third Sunday in each month at 11 Obley — 4th Sunday in January, March May, July, September and November at 10.30 Balderodgery — Same days as Obley at 3 J. Aludis.

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Australian Skins. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

£.ustraltanSkiii8. Now that the trade that Australia is doing With other parts of the world in skins of rabbits, wallabies, opossums, and othbr animals is assuming such large proportions, it is interesting to note the nses to which they are put T^bhit'flkina are almost entirely used in England and France for the manu ' facture of felt hats. Opossum skins are largely employed in the making of necklets, muffs, and similar articles for ladies' wear, and relatively to their quality are regarded by those engaged in the trade as the cheapest furs in tbe world. The most prized of all opossum skins is the Tasmanian biaok, worth 5s to 6s each ; next in order is the Australian black moun tain; then comes the Tasmanian grey, and lastly the ordinary grey. Wallaby skins are largely used by furriers. Quantities are dyed in America to imitate racoon and shunk, and are in demand for trimming over coats.

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

Brevities. J. E. CAMPBELL'S new ' Five Medal ' Tea. Is 6d per lb. Try it !* Shearing commenced at Mr. Lee's Larras Lake Station on Tuesday. 1 Gamboola will start next week. ! Cricketers' Social on Wednesday night a grand success. Tbe three J's. looked as happy as if tbey bad drawn a winner in ' Tatt's.' Yeoval defeated Cumnock cricketers by four wickets in a match played at Cumnock on Saturday. Shearing commenced Ibis week at Gheewong and other sheds in the Gregra district. A woman has been committed for trial at Melbourne on a charge of roasting to deatb her new-born child. Mr. Chalmers, of Orange, secured the contract for repairs to the Cudal Post Office. If possible the Council should pre vent blood being shed between the I.O.N, and tbe Nightman. Mr. Spence, of Belgravia, on the advice of Molong doctors, has pro ceeded to Sydney to undergo a rather severe operation. Up to date about £6000 worth of tickets have been sold for Madame Melba's Sydney concerts. Miss Kate Livingstone, a...

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

Bumbury. - w ? TFrom oub own Correspondent. 1 Fifty points of rain fell on the 2nd instant, which, following on the storm of the previous week, has been the means of giving quite a changed as pect to the local surroundings. To stand on the hi|l-Wps -and gfze upon the valleys below, covered with Nature's green mantle, forms a most pleasing picture. Tha wheat croDs aDnear to be com ing along nicely now, and notwith standing that they are somewhat late, the harvest prospects are much brighter. Our crops are much superior to many I have seen in my travels during tbe last few weeks. Shearing will commence here soon, and from present appearances a good clip will result. Mr. George Towneend, who acci dentally shot himself through the hand with a pea-rifle about a fortnight ago, has returned home. He has been under the care of one of the Parkes doctors, who found it necessary to re move several pieces of bone which had been shattered by the bullet. It will be some time before he will have t...

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