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

WESLEYAN CHURCH. October 12— Molong at 11 by Mr. Jas. 1 Packham. Goambeen at 10, Red Hill at 1.15, Meranburn at 3, and Molong at 7.30 : bv the Rev. A. Stephen. Garra at 3 by j Mr. Walter Baker, and at 7.30 by Mr. : John Brooks. Cranbury at 7 by the j Mission Band. Dilga at 2.30 by Mr. E. J. j Hamey. j

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Expired Leaseholds, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

ilxpired JLeaselioltta, — o — In the Legislative Assembly ou Tues day Dr. Ross presented a petition from the Amaroo Progress Association and others with regard to tbe expired leaseholds and other Crown lands within tbe Eastern and Central divi sions. The petition stated tbat there was a large and genuine demand for land for settlement purposes through out tbe State, una tne petitioners strongly urged tbat in all future land legislation and administration tbe amplest provision should be made to retain the public estate for those who desired to settle ou it and to put it to tbe most productive use. They there fore prayed that for tbe future no land be submitted under tbe scrub or im provement lease conditions, or under any other non-residential form of tenure, until such time as the same had been offered in reasonable areas for a period of not less than six months under settlement lease, home stead lea6e, or some similar tenure necessitating residence. Tbe petition was received, h '?<...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow : First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sunday in each month, Molong Third Sunday in each month, Cumnock Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Manildra During the summer months, namely from September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August, inclusive, Mass will commence at 11 a.m. N.B.— This order will be observed until further notice. M. Hanley

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

-' ?- Can be just bs well served with furniture as it HK§ . they catne to oar 20 show-rnomB. Ton can HH&amp;' -. -^-6- buy from our Catalogue just as easily aaif you WKM&amp; siiw thegoods before you, for every article is ; faithfully illustrated and accurately described. BBSfe- * We have every kind of furniture for every HRfc.' kind of home— from tbe simple, yet artistic, to the most elaborately made kinds. HSjj? ' HALL'S BAMBOO DRAWING-BOOM SUITE, with Silk Plush Cushions, HPg|U Occasional Table, Whatnot, and Flower-stand to match— 8 pieces for £5 5 o Hife. HALL'S COTTAGE DINING ROOM SUITE, Sideboard, with GlasB Back, Dining Table, 6 High-back Chairs, 1 Arm Chair, Spring-seated Couch, ?Kb- . and Overmantel with Bevel Plates, complete ? £9 9 0 MRy.' HALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, Duchess Chest, with Glass attached, Marble-top MRfi-U.. Wash-stand, Towel-rail, Cane Chair, and Wardrobe, with Plate-glass „ Door and deep Drawer ? ? .. .. .. ... .. £7 17 6 mm$' HALL'S FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTE...

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Molasses and Salt. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

3Io&amp;asses and Salt. — o — A correspondent writes to say that a great number of his sheep had died, owing to the drought. Skinning tbe dead ones was quite a usual occupa tion. The driving backwards and forwards to water only made them worse. On the advice of a friend, he mixed molasses with salt in tbe troushs. to hf.ln the shp.pn tn dinnst. t.ha ? o — » ? ? r ? — — r dry grass, on which tbey had to feed, lie tried tbe experiment, which was most successful. Has anyone else tried this, or do they know of any i thing tbat would do instead ?

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

.../Iks;'' «? - .-' ? ' ? Large Stock of Plate Ware for Wedding Presents, &amp;c. Razors and Cutlery. k- #ls A ,s?r\ 111131 ? WALTHAM and ROTHERHAM Lever Watches. Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. Try one of my JEAieuitBittiie Rings for Rheumatism, lis cuch. Silver Lockets, 3s &amp; 4s 6d Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, ttflrj — .-j ^ ^\«j» Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, Rolled Gold, and Solid Gold. Spectacles from Is to 85s. Latest Designs in Brooches. GOLD LINKS^ any Design from 12/G pair Large Stock of Pretty Ch!irir's » and Gold Grosses to cboose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding &amp; Keeper Rings rry one of my renowned NICKEL* Watches at 21s. Lever Movement and non -magne- tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s Gd, 17s 6d IE]. BLACKADDEE, JE'WBJLLBB, nVCOLOJSTG-. JUST LOOK T At Your Bills before piaimews 4 Bradley STARTED IN BUSINESS, AND 1 See what Prices you had to Pay ! ! ? 0 ? | We have Kept the Pr...

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Molong Hospital. RESIGNATION OF DR. ROSS, CHARIMAN. LIEUT.-COLONEL SMITH APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

[?] BBSmAS»H0i,»B.BOSS,flHAI8*AK. UEUT.-OQLOHEL SHUE ATKIJOTMS. The usutfl monthly ° meeting. of the Molong Hospital Committee was held on Tuesday evenings Present :? Messrs. A. S. BridekirV (chair), J. T. Parslow, J. TUbrook, J. McGroder, W. T. Job, J. F. Wyntfe, J. S. Taylor, John White, 6. Eggleston, H. R. J. Holt, A. R. Bamtord (secretary), Dr. Reiach auu Dr. Veeck. BYLAWS, &amp;C. Prior to proceeding to business Mr. Wynne askod to have the Hospitals Act read. This being done, Mr. Wynne maintained that the Hospital's bylaws and the Act were at variance. In the Act nothing was said about the necessity for appointing two Vice-Chairmen. The Chairman said there was certainly nothing in the Act about it, but such a practice was provided for in the bylaws which had been approved of by the Principal Under Secretary. Mr. Wynne : You must be guided by the Act, not by the bylaws. The latter are obselete. After further discussion, at the conclu sion of which Mr. Wynne said he was just ...

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

Clregra Crops. Whites a correspondent : — The weather still continues' dry and every day' the horizon is watched by every eye for a change from the present hot, dry winds, but no change seems to be in sight. It has been a time tbat will not be forgotten by all in a hurry. All hopes of a crop are about gone. This last week has left many paddocks just dead altogether, and tbe best my eyes can Bee is not fonr inches high. Some hopes -were entertaiqed a few weeks back that half a crop might be gathered. All the past nine months without feed or water in many places makes them present a very dull picture now, ? ? ' ;

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

ON THE TELEPHONE : 1 ' Hullo there I Please ring up E. Blackadder, of Molong, and order for me one of his 4s Cd Alarm Clocks ; also a Two-tune | Musical Clock at 16s, and an Eight Day Striking Clock at 16s. I am to be married 1 on Wednesday and must have his reliable | clocks in my house,'— Gm-.

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Letters to the Editor. Old Age Pensions. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Letters to the EditJfj Old Age Pensions. To the Editor of the An* a s. Sir,— Having read various letters in your valuable columns lately, on the subject of old age pensions, I have taken the liberty of bringing yet another utidcr the notice of your readers which, I think, will serve to show at what pace red tapeism is being carried on. Living within the boundaries of Molong Electorate is a man — a native, ana woo nas never been outside the State. He is years above the age required by the O.A.P. Act, and unfortunately is a cripple in most indigent circumstances with a wife to support. The old man is without any means on which be might subsist. Now, during the last year he applied for and received the pen sion through tbe Forbes Board, and ou completion of tbe twelve months made the usual application for a re newal. After waiting some consider able time and receiving no reply, be journeyed to Parkes and was informed by the police that as he resided within Molong Electorate they (the p...

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

Competition ! This is an editor's idea on the above subject : — ' Competition is not always ' tbe life of trade,' as some would have us vainly believe ; too frequently it is the death of all that is good and worth having. Fair and honest rivalry is helpful and acts as a stimu lant, but what we know by competi I * ? Jnnn MAAM0 i t.VlA blOD ilUWctiUwjo uienuoy uu« uuo survival of the fittest,' but rather 1 down witb the other man at all costs.' Competition has come to mean under-selling, and under-selling means loss and ruin. A good article and a fair charge suits all parties, whereas an indifferent article and a low price suits nobody.'

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Progress Associations. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

jProgress Associaifons. Thus a correspondent on Progress Associations ' A Progress Associa tion should not be considered as an association opposed to the ? municipal body, but rather as an auxiliary. Both should work together, if possible ; and even tbouph their methods may not be identical^ their goal is the same, and a progress association must— and does in most instances— act as a stimulant to aldermen to reach the desired goal in the speediest manner possible.' * :

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

and ot'atii/bciji^^ f5*^XE^^J to bushmea. Often the drinking ?pf'': '' V^ISHP?-: water was very bad, and I was ex A jgMF ' posed to otlier hardships of bush life. ?'yWj^A^ , I found all tho men around m6 using Aycr's Snrsaparilla, so I tried it. For '$$« . ) cleausiugand purifying my blood, and ' » Sit* - - *or piviug me now life and energy, I .. \gM\ - found it tho most wonderful medi cino I ever used. I do not see bow bottle of this grand medicine on band ylff y J j o i\ \!j|!l!Pw a^ ^10 t'mo' *or '*s a health ' Tho WorIc'3 CrcQtcst FaiTtily Medicine.' . Perhaps you are cot exposed to all the hardships of buth life. Yet you havo probably suffered from impuro UhkI. £T«al ujUi.ly, nervousness, exhaus tion, indigestion, aud other evidences of :i v.vaiteucd system. No matter what your occupation, nor where you live, if *?? 1 :??' ;-j n;,ed of a blood-purifying medicine and something to build up jour ju..v,.i-, joa should certainly take tbis grand family medicine. You will mako a great...

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The Farmer Feedeth All. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Tlie Farmer Feedetli All. My lord rides through his palace gate, My lady sweeps along in state, The sage thiuks long on many a thing, And the maiden muses on marrying : The minstrel barpeth merrily, The sailor ploughs the foaming sea, The huntsman kills the good red deer, And the soldier wars without a fear. But fall to each whate'er befall, The farmer he must feed them all. Smith' hammereth cheerily the sword, Priest preacheth pure and and holy ? wora, i Dame Alice worketh broidery well, Clerk Richard tales of love can tell ; The tap-wife sells her foaming beer, Dan Fisher fisheth in the mere, And courtiers ruffle, strut and shine, While pages bring the Gascon wine, But fall to each whate'er befall, The farmer he must feed them all. Man builds his castles fair and high, Whatever river runneth by, Great cities rise in every land, Great churches show the builder's hand, Great arches monuments and towers, Fair palaces and pleasing bowers, Great work is done, be't here aud there. And w...

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. ALL Accounts owing in the Assigned Estate of B,. and H. E. Thomson, of Molong and Manildra. must be paid to the undersigned on or before the 1st day of November. 1V-U'2. By onhr. r. F. A. KINS' A. Solicitor. Molong. METHODIST ? - TEA MEETING! fcs* AT GARRA. nx Wednesday, 15 th Qdoba , I qo2. Tea 011 Tables at H p.m. Concei t at Night. Tickets ls-5d. Everybody Come. NOTICE ANYONE found Shooting, Snaring, or Trespassing iu any way in any of my Paddocks at Ardell after this date will be prosecuted. M. J. KE1UN. Ardell. September (ith. I1IH2. TAKE_NOT!CE. ANYONE found TKESFASSIXG in my Paddocks, at Balderodgery and Oak land, will be prosecuted without respect to pbrsons. J.J. DONNELLY, Balderodgery. NOTICE. TI1AKE Notice that after this date any JL person or persons found Trespassing, Shooting, or Hunting on my property will be prosecuted according as the law directs. 1). MOON. 'Ruthville.' Little River. 2nd October, 1902. NOTICE. P Sunuock Pharmacy is now under tiie Mana...

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

Tlie Drought ami its Effects. — o — The devastatingi influences of the drought are beginning to show out, and one cannot but admire the indomnitable pluck of the men on the land in holding up against the remarkable conditions. As instancing the severity of the dry spell iu this district, it is stated that Larras Lake Station will only have a matter of fifty lambs from 10,000 ewes. Notwithstanding that Larras Lake has spent enormous sums in the purchase of fodder, the mortality amongst their flocks has been terrible, and over four thousand breeding ewes have perished, The per cen*age of lambs on many other holdings in this district may be guaged in the same ratio — one owner out Cumnock way will have six lambs from four thousand ewes. The mortality amongst breeding ewes has been terrible, and flockmasters are deserving of much sympathy. It is stated that several pastoralists intend to iry for a double crop of lambs, to, in a measure, make good the great losses, but others again quest...

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

9fte£li«Mli«kt- Motes; The Rev. A. Stephen will preach tho Home Missionary Anniversary sermon in Molong next Sunday evening. The Choir will sing the 'Te Deum ' and other appropriate music. 4 ; The Secretary of the Home Mission Society, Rev. James Woolnough, will visit the' Circuit next week. On Wednesday evening hc will be present, and will give a short address at the Garra Tea Meeting. The Molong Home Mission Meeting Wul be held on Thursday evening, and at Cranbury on Friday evening. At both of the meetings the Secretary will give interesting addresses, and they are also arranging for a specially attractive musical programme. Admission will be free, but acollectiou will be taken up in aid of the New South Wales Home Mission Fund. The annual Garni Tea Meeting adver tised last week conies off next Wednesday. Should the day be favorable it is antici pated that there will be a very large gathering at this popular outing. The tea is announced on the tables at ?'! p.m. with Concert in th...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cup Dreams. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Cup Dreams. The dreamers.who are invariably on the job as tbe Melbourne Cup annually approaches are handicapped this year. Your dreamer likes to have his little bit on the subject of his dream, but at tbe same ' time he is all the better pleased if it happens to be something he really fancies. How can a fellow hope to dream Wakeful. Talking about dreams, I have re ceived a -letter from a correspondent, residing in South Gippslaud, wbo says : — ' I had been studying tbe weights for the two Cups last night, and fallying asleep, I dreamt tbat I saw King Edward in his Coronation robes, talking to a soldier dressed in the uniform of tbe Forty - second Highlanders ! What do you make of it ?' My first impulse was to tell bim tbat it looked like the straight tip for Royalty and Black Watch, but if Kinglike and Great Scott happened to come off I am afraid tbat dreamer's confidence in ' Javelin ' would have gone for ever. Another somnambulistic visionary gives me something much easier. As , t...

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Postal Rates Act. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

't,; ? isWe have tb ucknowledge the courtesy of 34r. Thomas Brown, M.ELB,.,for a copy of the ' Postal and Telegraph Bates Act. This Act will come into force on lst Noyember next and enacts that on all newspapers posted, whether a number in one wrapper or singly, the postage is Id for 20oza on the aggregate weight of news papers^ posted by any one person stany one time, that is, if posted by a registered newspaper proprietor or news Vendor. On au other newspapers the rate is id for lOozs. In each case the rate applies to papers to be delivered within the Com monwealth. From the same date ad dresses and signatures on telegrams must be paid for. The rates are, not exceeding 16 wordB, Gd, within 15 miles from tbe sending station ; within the State, 9d ; to any other State (Tasmania cable charges added), Is; each additional word Id in all cases. Double rates are chargeable for ' urgent ' telegrams and telegrams sent on Sunday, Christmas Day and Good Friday.'

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

Tlie Journalist; Scored. A young journalist went into a certain country post office recently to send a telegram and purchase a stamp for a letter. ' Can't sell stamps now,' said tbe obliging assistant behind tbe counter, ' it's after hours.' ' But this letter is very important,' urged the journalist. ' Tbis office is open only for telegraphic business now,' % said tbe assistant decidedly, just as it he owned tbe whole State concern. The journalist took a telegram form, wrote a press telegraph message — 12 words — and banded the clerk 7d. The obliging assistant gave him a sixpenny and a penny stamp to place on it, when tbe journalist calmly struck out tbe last two words ou the form, stuck tbe sixpenny stamp in tbe corner, affixed tbe penny stamp to bis letter, and walked out of tbe office feeling tbat he bad got the best of someone tbat time.

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