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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Useful Hints. Eggshells crushed and put into cruet and vinegar bottles with a little water clean them beautifully. When cleaning mirrors, after wash ing in warm soap suds, dust over with powdered whiting from a muslin bag. Then polish with a soft silk rag or a chamois leather. Try small potatoes cooked thus : Boil the potatoes in their skins. When cooked, remove the skin by robbing in a cloth, drop into boiling fat to brown quickly. Drain and serve at once. This cure for hiccough has been recommended, and may be useful in many cases. Take a lump of sugar with a few drops of vinegar on it. Repeat the dose when necessary. Your oil painting is probably .wrinkled because it hangs over the mantelpiece. The cause of this is tbe action of heat on the canvas \ as you do not wish to move the picture, keep it away from the wall by means of small wedges of cork — glue these on to the edge of the frame. Grease on carpets is very unsightly, and many people do not know how to remove it. The follo...

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

'Au«TH*U»roHTMcAU»TBAUAHB.' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1902.

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

Cudal News. After a residence of 34 years First class Constable Ambrose Minslow has been transferred . from. Cudal to Woodstock, near Cowra, and is suc ceeded here by Constable Blancbfield of Cargo. The officer from Wood stock goes to Cargo. Prior to his departure, Constable Minslow was entertained at TattersaH's Hotel at a smoke concert. Mr. K. G. Glassoo, J. P., occupied tbe chair. After tbe usual toasts, in the proposing of which Constable Minslow was highly eulogised by Messrs. Glasson, J. S. Parker, J. Frize, J. Landauer, Moon, Kirklaud, J. H. Williams (Manildra), G. Healey, Bev. W. Vaughan Hose, Borton, Senior-Constable A. E. Bowen (Manildra) and Constable Blanchfield, tbe Chairman presented Mr. Minslow with a purse containing, I believe, 40 sovereigns, on behalf of the towns people. The several speakers referred to the general regret felt that Cudal was losing a popular and efficient officer in tbe departure of Constable Minslow, and expressed the hope that his removal would ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Commercial News. ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. SHERWIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Commercial News. ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. Shkrwin's Rei'okt. Fat Cattle.— About 140. yarded, chiefly of middling quality bullocks from Bourke dis trict. There was » drop of fully 10s per head lot all descriptions, bidding being very and sales difficult to effect. Best beef could not be quoted at more than 35s to 40s per lOOlbs at the outside. Eleven bullocks sold from £10 10s to £14 ; one stall fed cow at £12 ; other cows from £6 14s to £9 38s ; steers and heifers £4 19s to £5, and about 110 were passed. Fat Sheep. — 294 yarded. Wethers sold at 13s, ewes and wethers mixed at 10s, hoggets 8s, 125 being passed. Store Cattle.— About 530 yarded. Big framed bullocks made £5 1 Is to £0 ; steers £2 17s to £3 lis ; heifers £2 10s to £4 ; cows and calves £3 to £3 3s ; yearlings 3ds to £2 12s, about 290 being passed. Store Sheep.— About 8300 yarded, '2190 being passed ; others sold as follows Mixed 2 and 4-tooths 8s Id to 8s 4d ; (I and 8-tooth wethers 9s 4d to 10s ; ewes 7s ; crossbreds...

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

Hallway Returns. We are indebted to the courtesy of Mr. I? . J E. Rae, railway station master, for the following particulars ' of business transacted at the under mentioned places for last month and tbe corresponding month of 1901 : ? MOLONG; m *902. l'JOl lonnagc ». ... 094 u 0 4,^1 lonnagc out ... 328 9 2 l\\ 'J geveuue, ? £405 14 4 £663 14 5 £heep out ? Revenue ? £-ii iu 7 „n.V . Bags Wheal out 94 nil Passengers ... 251 ji? Revenue ? £202 10 7 , , » Wool (bales) ... 103 ' £J2b?^ 7 gregra. ' m 19(*2. 1901 lonnagc m ... 8 13 2 '/if w.nna-'/,out ??? «15 2 m 8 T Wheat (bags) ... nil '^g8 1 bocobble. m 1902. ' Hjfll Tonnage 111 ... „ 3 (J -_v ;t »£ 0 nage is owing to the larep *v ton' starving stock fodder eomn^fonvari °f

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

| Mr.X^^Windred has solcThis bad to pay £15 damagesand costB for injuries following the extraction of a tooth. Dr. Teach announces that be will visitCumnock on Monday next, and every Monday thereafter. The Cumnock .Jockey Club will bold a day's races on November Id. See programme to appear next issue. Owing to the drought the lambing percentage in the Molong district will probably be the lowest on record. The Cumnock Pharmacy is now under the management of Mr. W. A. Farr. Forbes Municipal Council intends borrowing £7000 for the erection of gasworks. The Minister for Victorian railways has abolished free passes. Crattbury Public School contributed £1 16s Id towards the Kembla Fund. Yass Show Committee have decided to bar all side-shows but merrygo rounds from their grounds. Methodist Sunday -School Picnic on Wednesday was one of the most en joyable held for many years. A second pingpong tournament will commence in the School of Arts on Wednesday evening next. Particulars of Improveme...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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M.R. Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 10 October 1902

Club. ::- Pkactice shooting was indulged in at the Rifle Range on Saturday and Wednesday last, with the following results Saturday, Octobeh 4. 500yds. 600yds. Tl. Tr. T.Bali ? 31 32 63 S.M. D. Ball ? 32 27 59 Corporal Neville... 29 27 56 ^F.S. Cady - ? 28 26 5t S.S.M. Daly ? 26 28 54 Tr. G. Ball ? 26 25 51 Tr. Peck ? 2.'! 26 49 Tr. S. Ball ? 27 20 47 Tr. Collins ? 24 23 47 Tr. Gosper ? 18 28 46 Tr. Millgate ? 27 17 44 Tr. Wilson ? 23 20 43 Tr. Silk ? 23 8 31 Wednesday, Octojjek 8. Tr.G. Ball ? 31 30 61 Tr. T. Ball ? 32 28 60 F.S. Cady ? 30 26 56 Tr. H. Woolbank 32 24 5(5 S.S.M. Daly ? '28 26 54 Tr. S. Ball ? 27 24 51 Tr. H. Williams ... 28 22 50 Tr. Peck ? 24 26 50 Tr. Millgate ? 31 17 48 S.M. D. Ball ? 30 16 46 Tr. H. Sutton ... 23 23 46 Tr. Wilson ? 20 20 40 The following team will represent Molong in the match to be shot off at Forbes to-morrow S.S.M. Daly, S.M. D. Ball, F.S. H. Cady, Corporal J. T. Neville, Troopers T. Ball, G. Ball, S. Ball, ' H. Woolbank, H. Williams and G. Pe...

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

? ''1 In All Designs, Qualities and Prices. Q xj Laces a Speciality. Jj ?H HASEMER'S FOR LACES H 'H' IS THE PEOPLE'S CRY. — ' - A greater Assortrr@i)t Tharj Ever. ^ AGENT FOR ? Taiakfi ¥a(e§' Sccih Challenge Corn Cure Wire JVetting. FODDER SEEDS OF ALL DESCRIPTION'S. I STORE. ' SEEDSf LATEST advices show an increase in value of Farm Seeds since the Welcome llain, and to plant largely at present rates is out of the question for many Farmers. To meet the difficulty, assist in taking all advantage of favourable conditions, and to reduce a Large and Varied Stock IR. ZH1. STITT Has decided to sell PARCELS OF VEGETABLE SEEDS, embracing Onion, Beet, Parsnip, Carrot, Tomato, Lettuce, Broad Beans, Peas, French Beans, Swede and White Turnip, Radish, Cabbage, in Cd packets— 7 for2s-5d. 12 Packets FLOWER SEEDS (assorted) lor 2s Gd. Rape, Sorghum, Swede and White Turnip, Lucerne and Barley in Quantities. Potatoes in Large or Small Lots, for Seed or Table— Very Choice Tubers. Maize, 90-Day, lied ...

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

[?] I'- alive just now; and' a keen friendly it rivalry appteara -^6 ixist among the. (' playing members. -On Friday after-'. * ' v nopn last-- Mr. ;S. O'C. Da vies and Miss Mabel Clarke played Mr. Ralph Basiling and Miss Neilson — the stakes | bf^heMM^ of gloves for tbe lady winner and a ' tie ' for the lacky cent. Mr. Da vies and Miss (I Clarke Won somewhat easily, the tr scores being 6 0, =j6-2 and 6 2. Mr. | Frank Alderson acted as referee. It is events such as the above that rnake tbe Club popular, and tbe members interested. -

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

For your Groceries, Fruit,' Confectionery, &o.'t Ac., go to J. E. CAMPBELL'S — the | Cheapest Store in Town. Customers waited I on for orders, and parcels deUvered.' j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Wpii Lmrl AHQ ITS USUAL SYMPTOMS» PALPITATION, DYSPEPSIA, BACKACHE^ &c. Another Remarkable Curo The Can of H|r. G. KERB. (FOB THE ' LKICJIIIARDT STANDARD.') There are certain matters in which ihe .(crests of city and suburban resident* are finitely bound up together, and these . :ludti such as Mr. George Kerr recently ,-oke about when interrogated by our re ?/rler. ' We are all brought to the same level . hen wellness fulls upon us,' «aid Mr. Kerr, t hen seen at 101 Fonter-stre- 1, Leichhaidt, vliere he lias been living for the past sir teen years. ' Whether we are rich or poor, ihe misery is experien ed just the same. I know that three years ngn I cculd not have icen more wretched if 1 Imdn't had a penny o lile-s myself wil.h. aud all becausc eome bing had gone wrong. A heavy fleepy feeling made ine in such a stai« that haii-&n- hour after getting up I wanted to go back to !-ed again, Although to do so was useless, is I could not sleep when T got there. Ilestlcss ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

s IWt#TAHT NOTICE. | ;^fo Tfli^Mi^mENTs of cumnock li AND DISTRICT. 3 A^E. PHILPOTT | DESEBES to inform his old Customers in .sal Odtnnock and ijurroundiag District : ^ that he has again commenced business at Y|fi Cumnock A3 9 Saddle and Harness Maker ^ AND BOOT REPAIRER, J and has come to stay. I trust to again re ceive that generous support so liberally ac corded by tbe Public in the past. ; In consequence of tbe disastrous season, my prices will be as low as possible. u A- E. PHILPOTT, CUMNOCK. ? ^ ? ' | Ute. Ju i. lloji! I HAS added to tlie list of lier valuable prepara* ? 7' tions a number of others from the pnratt prescriptions and medical notes of her late hus band, DR. G. R. R. LLOYD, M.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.8.E., ; &c., Registered, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane. ^ § These Remedies are dis pensed under the immediate ';- care of -a leading Sydney Phy- 'j s sician, and will be known as the f ^ BiOSOZON REMEDIES, and may be obtained from MRS. A. C. LLOYD Only, at the uni form p...

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Balderodgery. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Balderodgery. [From our own Correspondent.] There was a large gathering at the residence of Mr. Edwin Hodges on Wednesday, 8th instant, to bid adieu to Mr. and Mrs. George Hando, who have resided in the district for the past twelve years. Mr. Hando has disposed of bis stock, furniture, Ac., and is about to proceed to Queensland to take ' possession of a farming pro perty that he has recently acquired. Mr. James Watt ocoupied the chair, And in nrnnnoino thn tnoni-. nf -? ftnv Guest,' referred to his long residence amongst tbem, and to the foot that be was now leaving to better his position in life. Mr. Hando had always taken an active interest in all matters that tended to advance the district, and bis neighbours had now met to wish him and his good wife health, happiness and prosperity in their new home. The toaBt was most enthusiastically received. Mr. William Bobinson also spoke of the loss tbe district would sustain in tbe departure df Mr. Hando, who, he said, would be difficult ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cure for Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Cure tor Rheumatism. 1 The following from ' Country Life ' I is published iD tbe ' Queensland Agri cultural Journal ' « About a year | ago there was published in a London paper a recipe for the cure of rheumatism. Since then some scores of people have written to thank the editor for it, many of tbem informing him that the simnle urpsnrinf.inn «n-»j tbem after having been unsuccessfully treated by three or four physicians. Others, who have heard of the cure, have asked us to reprint the prescrip tion. Everyone either suffers from ' rheumatism or knows someone who does, and we recommend our readers to paste this recipe on cardboard and take great care of it. Lord Anson, feeling that it was a shame tbat such DaiTisenft^°Uld h-80 little known' paid £800 to a medical man for the privilege of making it known to the Sulnhnr ^ are the iD8'riients h t l. iZ' ' cream of ^rtar, loz. ? rhubarb, £oZ. ; guna j fnuiThi 0ne?' 16oz' A ^spoon ful of this is taken night and mornW in a tumblerful of wh...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Cricket Match. ? v ? Thb following 16 players have been selected for special practice in con nection with the match to be played against Cudal oa the Recreation ground on Wednesday next : — J. Cook, H. A. McCallum, W.Nesbiti, W.Kelly, 0. Charters, 0. Tauner, J. Cabili, J. Corbin, E. Blackadder, A. Chalmers, M. Kelly, A. Cashnian, J. Hefifernan, A. Bonny, R. J. Baker, and J. O'C. Davies. All players a ig requested to note tbat the match will start at 2 l p.m. sharp.

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Comparison In Fertilising. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

[?] . Geo.Shiriey, . v we eatieS : ..oats, - barley, v ;? wl» bis ' office, him by som&of his customersas samples of be procured by the aid of 1 «^3(4 matiDra as eompared with j iinfei^li^iland.vTbename8ofthese persons are Messrs. Geo. Simpson ; (Temora), A. L.McLachlan (Temora), W. T. Nixon (Tbirlmere), Larkin (Narrabeen), and J. Dyer (GosfordV; The lands from which the paroels were taken were all highly cultivated, with this difference — that here and there large portions were purpose! y left unfertilised. Mr. Simpson's little lot consists Entirely of wheat— purple straw, Manitoba and Stein wiedel. Tbe purple straw, 'sown on March 17, is a splendid sainpleof a strong, healthy 8taple, joxu^antly flagged, and fine promising ears, taken from the fertilised area ; whilst that token from the unfertilised land of tbe eatne sowing was, comparatively speaking, scarcely visible. ? About the same comparisonexists between the other two parcel* ofStein wiedel and Mani toba. Wo are inf...

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P. & S. P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

[?] A HBKxma of the above was held at the Stock^Qffice on Wednesday evening were pr&tiriti Messrs. Hunt (chair), George Bruce, J. L. WhitmUl.L. N. Smith, E. Nashe and J. Kirk land. MINUTES. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence comprised, for the most part, replies to a circular recently sent by Secretary to other Boards ask ing their co-operation in having the Amended Babbit Act placed under the control of P. and S. P. Boards. NOXIOUS ANIMALS. A letter was read from Mr. A. W. Swansbra, of Cranbury, asking what steps could be taken to compel a cer tain lessee of grazing land to destroy hares and rabbits, as be bad refused to destroy the pest himself or allow drivers to go on bis land. After discussion, Air. Whitraill moved that the Secretary acknowledge receipt of Mr. Swansbra's letter. Also that the party complained of be writ ten to and informed that unless be takes steps to keep down noxious animals on his property tbo Board w...

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Molong Band. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

[?] On Sunday afternoon the Molong Band *&li2py^ ?4the ^ gramme in the JOtecreation Ground, commencing at 8 80 : — Quick March, ' York.' Anthem, ' Save me 0 God.' Grand March, 'The Goddess of War.' ... Quick March, 11 Songs of Salva tion.' Grand Chorus, ' Comrades in Arms.' God Save the King 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Hospital and Old Age Pensioners. Some people are inclined to thick the loeai Hospital authorities have acted in a harsh manner towards old age pensioners in demanding payment of fees lor treatment, but the following circular from the Central Board of Old Age Pensions, read at the last meeting of tbe Committee, will show that tbe local authorities have only coufortned to the spirit of the Act : — Office of the Central Board for Old Age Pensions, 36, Young-street, Sydney, 28th August, 1902.— Sir,— I have the honor to invite your attention to Section 31. of the ' Old-Age Pensions Act, 1900,' which pro vides that ' No pension shall be pay able under this Act to any person who is maintained iu uuy charitable institution, or receives relief therefrom, except where such person is unable, from some physical defect, to take care of himself, and in such case the following provisions shall apply : (a) The reasonable cost of such maintenance or relief shall be payable out of tbe pension, (n) Fo...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

ON THE TELEPHONE ; ?' Hullo there ! I'lease.ring up E. Blackadder, of Moloug, an ! order for iin one/ of his 4s Gd Alarm Clocks ; also- a Two-tune Musical Clonk at Ifo, rind an Eight Day Striking GJoeli at 16s. l am to be married i on Wednesday and must have his reliable clocks in my house.'— Gus. I ? ; ? . A VALUABLE MEDICINE For Coughs and Colds in Children. ' I have not the slightest hesitancy in | recommending Chamberlain's Cough | Remedy to all who are suffering from i coughs or colds.' says Chas. M. Cramer, Esq., 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 and I have repeatedly used it and it has always been beneficial. It, has cured me quickly of all chest colds. It is especially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness. I liave persuaded many to try tbis valuable medicine, aud tbey are ali as well pleased as myself o...

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