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

RlJ)DL« 'STREET, mi Visit CUMNOCK Every Monday. Dr. James Reia#li, M B.,- C.M., Ed. BANK STREET, , ' ? i Uol«»BI£. Govern men t Vaccinator. [A Card.] Nurse Miller, CUMNOCK. Ladies' Certificated Nurse. M. L. Caro, B.D.S., Ihsiilbt, Oranjfe, {Late Lever & Caro), (Late Assistant toDr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG ? ON — Saturday, October 25, And may be Consulted at Stockweuu's Hotel. from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Legitimate Work done in all Branches of the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. Legal. Mr. Ewe? Hps Jago M, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. TRUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved Secnreties. EDWARDS BROS., BAKERS, Pastry Cooks, Confectioners, Grocers, FRUITERERS. Opposite Commercial Bank, Molong. Pastry a Speciality. Choice Fresh Fruit. ?♦si* Wedding, Birthday and Christening Cakes made to order on the shortest notice. WOOL I WOOL ! SHEEPSKINS, Hides, Tallow, Marsupial Skins, Beeswax, Horse Hair, &c. Cash Bnyers. Dire...

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

Preibyterian Church, Stolons* THE Committee of tbe Presbyterian Church have much pleasure in thanking those who kindly donated to wards the repairing of the above Church. Collected. by Mrs. and Miss Russell. E. M. Oates 5s, P. F. A. Kinna 5s, E. Cross Is, W.M. Is, B. Harding 5s, M. Donaldson Is, J. Reiach 10s, Mrs. Lane 2s 6d, H. Burgess Is, M. Yeech 5s, Mrs. Cahill 2s 6d, Mrs. Clarke Is. C. Knoos 5s, Miss Hennessy 2s 6-i, II. Kelly 2s 6d. W. , Neville 2s, A. M. Lowe ls,.C. Bennett Is, S. J. Rawlinson 6d, Mrs. Hogan 2s, T. Sault. Is, R. J. Saker 2s, D. M. McCallum 5s, Mrs. M. Leathern 2s, C Leathern 2s 6d, E. Dominv Is, Jas. Haslam5s. Rev. M. Hanley 2s, B. Black 5s, J. Ryan Is, A. Stewart Is, H. C. Betts Is, P. Parslow Is, R. Halcroft ' 2b, E. Bradford 5s, Mrs. Murray 2s 6d, J. E. Campbell 2s 6d, G. Neville Is, E. Harney 2s, W. Edwards 2s 6d, Mrs. Garlick ls6d, Friend Is. A. S. Bridekirk Is, R. P. Martini Is. A. D. Millar 5s, F. Parslow Is, C. Williamson Is. Mrs. J. S. Taylor 2s, jT...

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

B The Greatest regret is expressed on all sides that LOUIS RICH, of the I ? Windsor Stores, Molong, did not put in an appearance long ago. It is | ?£ admitted that since he commenced business here he has made 1 j -*? LIVING FIFTY PER CENT, CHEAPER, | ? Others have been compelled to bring down their prices, and in fact, in f K . many instances, to Sell Their Goods at a Loss in order to keep pace I B with him at all. LOUIS RICH does not sell at a loss. Why ? | Bf Because he can buy from 25 to 50 per cent. CHEAPER than other H; Storekeepers in Molong. He buys where he likes, and is '? K- not tied to any Sydney House. I I EE IMPOBTS . Tj^JElGfttTTZT I m and always makes it his practice to give his customers | E the benefit of his good purchases. His study is to I If sell at the smallest possible profit. | E LOUIS RICH I If Is not personally known to everybody in Molong, but RICH'S LOW PRICES I K are, and Rich is becoming a household word iu this town and district, 1 K, and his trade is ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Bellglous memoranda. ] ANGLICAN CHURCH. MoJjOnq — 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays iu the month at 7-30 p.m. 2nd (ac) and 4th Sun days at 11 and 7.30 Yullundry— 1st Sunday in each month at 11 a.m. Cumnock — 1st Sunday in ouch month at 3 p.m., and 5th Sunday at 11 u.m. (hc) Amaroo— 1st and 3rd Sundays at 3, also 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 Garra— 2nd and 4th Sundays e*ch month at 3, and also in moonlight season at 7.30 Beri— 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 Euchareena third Suuday iu 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. Alldib. 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 mouths, namely from September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August, inclusive, MasB will comm...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Heavy Fines. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Heavy Fines. — o— At the Milithorpe Police Court last week, before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M., Joseph Clint and Alfred E. Jewell were charged with using a stage coach 1 and plying for hire on September 24th between Milithorpe Show Ground, without having licenses. Both de fendants pleaded guilty and explained j that they thought the Municipal license was sufficient. They were each fined £20, with 6s 8d costs of court, in default 3 months in the Orange gaol. The P.M. said he must inflict the heavy fine, as it was the minimum. He allowed them a month in which to pay, so that defendants could communicate with the Minister for Justice with u view of having por tion of the fine remitted. A stage coach license costs only 5s.

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

Brevities* The Houston Spectator has once again changed hands. Sunday last was quite a wiqtry day in Moloog. Yeoval cricketers defeated Cumnock on Saturday by four wickets. Tbe prospects of even a fair harvest are daily growing more gloomy. The new Methodist Church at Cargo will be opened on bunaay even ing next. J. E. CAMPBELL'S new ' Five Medal ' Tea. 1b 6d per lb. Tryit !? Some of the hail, which fell on 8rd instant, was picked up at Gumble on Monday last and .exhibited in Molong. Sir Edmund and Lady Barton and Sir John And Lady Forest arrived at Brisbane on Sunday night. I Tenders are to be invited for the erection of a kitchen and wash-bouse at Meranburn Public School. Messrs. Matthew and Bradley have on view a new improved Massey Harris Binder. In the New Hebrides some 16,000 natives have been converted to Christianity. , Mr. Reid says the Federal Cabinet is an ' All fuss and feathers Ministry.' Mr. T. Waddell (State Treasurer) was accorded a hearty reception at Canowindra on ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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"Tattersall." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

' Tattersall.' _n — Mb. George Adams, tho wielder of the ] Tattersall's Sweep business, who is now an exceedingly wealthy man, has permanently settled down in Hobart, where his sweeps are conducted under Government license. He has invested a large amount of money in Tasmanian 1 properties of various kinds, and is 1 living iu quiet retirement iu the sleepy little town. In ypite of the Federal Government veto, the ' Tattersall ' sweeps are ' booming.' The pur chasing of .sweep tickets, while prac tically forbidden by the powers that bo in New South Wales, liud a ready sale, agents in various towns advertis ing that they are prepared to supply 'Tatters-all' tickets— in the very face of the Government and under the very nasal organs of the police. \

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

! Victorian Kates for j Sliearing. I ? — o — The Victorian Pastoralists' Associa tion and the Shearers' Union have | agreed on all points in dispute, which | have been awaiting a settlement for the last three years. Tbe conditions agreed to are tbat the hours shall be ( from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m., with intervals for meals and smokes', to be mutually decided. Shearing is to cease at 4 p.m. on Saturdays, except when 48 hours', work has been done before noon in which case work ceases at midday. The price for machines is Ids 6d a hundred, with a special agreement for stud sheep; rams over 12 months, double rates. The employers are to find all the necessary gear. Shearers are to pay for combs and cutters. Freedom of contract outside unionists is allowed. Good for Rheumatism. j Last fall 1 was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which ! caused me great pain anil mjnoyance. After trying several prescriptions and rheumatic cures, I decided to use Cham berlain's Pain Balm, whic...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Poisons Act Amendment. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

[?] A petition is' being signed by store keepers 'and others interested through out the State praying Parliament to amend the Poisons Act so as to per imit storekeepers to sell -pateut medi cines. Many patent medicines con tain poisons in greater or lesser pro portions, and the ttresent 'Act, by re stricting tip. sale of poisons to chemists, prevents storekeepers from engaging in a formerly lucrative trade in pro prietary medioinat preparations. It is claimed that none of the patent medi cines in general use contain poison in harmful quantities, and that there is no reason why the public should be inconvenienced or storekeepers de prived of trade.

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

r: - ^ Ware ftifc^ Presents, &c. Razors and Cutlery. WALTHAM and liOTHERHAM Lever Watches. Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in ' Steel, Nickel, Alumino, ^Hhhb|| Boiled Gold, and Solid Gold. Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. Try one of ray Rheumatic Rings for Rheumatism. 3s each. wmv \ m / Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, Spectacles from Is to 85s. Latest Designs in Brooches. GOLD LINKS, any Design from 12/6 pair LarSe Stock of Pretty CharDQS and Gold Crosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding & Keeper Rings Try one of my renowned NICKElb Watches at 21s. Lever Movement and non-magnc* tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, 17s 6d IE. BLAOKADDEE, JEWBLLBB, M0L03STQ-. O-DT YIEW Matthews & Bradley's j Massey-Harris ? ? ? All Latest Improvements and Patent Adjustment. COME AND HAVE A LOOK. to— — — — — — ^ mt 11 whww — ^ ? JSTEW ? SPRING & SUMMER GOODS (INDENTED FROM GLASGOW) N...

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Stop That Rag! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Stop That Rag! ' Simon Pube' in the Wellington Times gives the following advice of his own mailing : — If a newspaper man does not with due deference ' kowtow ' to you, stop bis contemptible rag. If he refuses to scratoh your back, scratch your name off his miserable list of subscribers. If he has the audacity to give his opinion (when contrary to yours) tell everybody that be runs a blasphemous publication. If he has the awful temerity to pub licly critise you, buy a blunderbuss, a greenhide whip, sundry bowie knives, and an obsolete rifle, and drop round to his sanctum and just give him what for. The magnificent policy of cancelling your subscription to a paper because it does not voice what you think, nor shout for what you don't think, but what it pays you to pretend to, has always commended itself to me. Think now ! Sixpence a week denies a long sleever to a thirsty petynan, and if others can be brought to tbiuk as you do the abnor mal thirst of the ordiuary disciple of shears ...

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

Cricket IHatcli. — v— - A match was played on Saturday last at Cumnock between Yeoval and Gum nock. The Yeovalites' came off vic torious by four wickets after a most enjoyable game. Both teams ^partook of-a splendid lunch provided by Host McDonnell, of the Commercial Hotel. Following are the scores : — Cumnock. — First Innings. G. Black, b Banwell ? l M. Leary, b Blatch ? ? ... o C. Finch, b Blatch ? ? 2 P. Logue, b Banwell ? ' n W. Black, b Banwell ? ' o A. Devine, b Blatch ? 13 P. White, c Banwell b Blatch ... 3 J. Farr, b Blatch ... ? ? 4 W. Marston, b Banwell ? ' * 5 A. March, b C. Gibson ... ... 1 W. Miller, not out ? 5 Sundries ? .' '' 7 Second Innings. ' G. Black, b W. Gibson ? 49 Leary, b Banwell ? ? - 4 .Finch, b Blatch ? 0 Logue, b Byrnes ? ? 1 W. Black, Tun out ? '' 3 Devine, b Blatch ... ? m White, b W. Gibson ? 4 Farr, b Banwell ? ' q Marston, b Banwell ? ... 3 March, not out ? ? g Miller, c and b Blatch ^14 Sundries ? 7 w YkovaIj. — First Innings. W. Blatch, b -White.....

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Useful Measure. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Useful Measure. The Dairy ludustry Bill, now before the House, is a most important measure, it practically supersedes the Board of Health, which, to our mind, is not judicious. The Board compels, or should compel, the local authorities throughout the - State to see that dairies are kept in a sanitary condition. The Bill seeks to place the matter with the Department of Agriculture, which is open to political influence. There are necessary pro visions in the amending Health Act whipb are not found in the Dairy Industry Bill. However, there are several ' practical gentlemen in the Council, who will no doubt give the measure their best attention before it is too late. There is no industry re quiring so much care with regard to sanitary conditions as that of dairy ing, the proper order of which is fraught with vital importance to the community. Mr. W. E. Robiuson, of Sydney, has been appointed manager of Wellington gasworks at £3 per week. In some parts of Brittany a curious marriage cus...

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

^What fays Seat Is getting your Watches and fflocks iprom JS. I-Bxaokaddeb, Watch maker, ol Molong,whopaq«iyeyou a guar antee *ith Bach Clock or Watch, which cannot done by a dealer.' All -31ocks and Watohos require some .:«mal) repairs and y ? regptating before they are sold to customers.

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Rumor Sayeth: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Rumor Sayptb : j That Molong riflemen had a great time at Forbes. -| That the Freemason's Hotel business has again changed hands. Ai That the popular host of the Royal -|§ looks young after his recent trip. --f That the concert and social at Cumnock % next week promises to be a gigantic sue cess. y That Mr. J. Neilson is selling suits very -MB That gas will be laid on in Wellington II for the first time to-morrow. |l That N.S.W. Anglican Churches have 'fl started a movement to provide additional -ffiM That fully 800 men are to be dismissed 9 from the Victorian railway service. Jfl That strong man Sandow has a con- /J* tempt for ping pong. j| That the police are on the track of de- 19 faulting dog owners. :m That Fitzgerald Bros, have purchased M the high jumper, Rattler, for £600. |9 That they have the champion me&n W man at Yass — he robbed the local editor 11 of his scissors. m That several ducks shot at Forbes car- m ried gold in their gizzards. -M That all is reported to...

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

?HEAT * REDUCTIONS I [ TO MET THE TIMES. j | Sixty All Wool Parramatta MEN'S 2|EE SUITS I 4 The Pick of the Mills T Price at the Mill, 30s. J 'Will be Sold at NEILSON'S at 27s 6d a Suit. liv. liot-k a|%hem, A Beautiful ^*ne ^ ^ ^ ' All Wool. | Usual Price -£2 10s. Will be Sold at Neilson's at £1 19s 6d. j ^ Please Inspect these Suits before buying Elsewhere. ^ v-tL ; , ? : — - — ? ? — ? ? ? v ? ? ? ? — - — — ? i Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits I [ Usual Price ®/»s. Mill Ik' Hold for SIn «-l. I Hundreds of other Tip-Top Suits from 17s 6d to £2 5s. ^ -4h»»_-SUITS TO MEASURE.^^ Style, Fit, and Finish Cannot be Beat. i- Prices firom ^Ts Gd to 434. Bk* Visit thfe Glasgow Stores and see my Up-to-date Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND ?T SHOES, CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, FURNITURE and GROCERIES which can be HS& bought at - . ' ' - m fe. . | J®HN MEILSON, ?I ? GLASGOW STORES,

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In the Early Days. DUNN'S CAREER. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

[?] DUNS'S CAREER. rffr ' 0 kdJNbd '' — Truth.] : n^5. * ar^olel heard from Mrs. Connolly, about llo'clock. In place of Uaakingoff for the Queensland border thev retraced fchAir stebs and journeyed in the direction of Yass. C' As. tbey had been having a weary time of it ever after the sticking up of GaUliqore's stores at Blaok Book, they sorely needed'a restand were making , towards Dunn's grandfather. The ; old man knew of their coming, and was also aware of the night they would be at his place, and, Coobang Mick like, sold bis own flesh and blood over to the hands of the hangman. It was to Constable Hales that f . Kelly gave the information, and this trooper, with three others, surrounded Kelly's boose, in which the two out laws w^e lying down taking some rest. Although the house was surrounded . Gilberfcand Dunn made their escape and across a paddock in the direc tion^ of the creek. Shots were ex changed. At length Gilbert sought the shelter of a large tree, and, taking deliberat...

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

r .? r- ? .. s ??. ? V i Hotels. Eugal Irofrl, BANK STBEET, MOLONG. W. pTfiAHfLL BEGS toannlitiijoe that he hasDurchased the above well-known hostelry, which ba6 reoentlybeen renovated 'throughout, thug 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 STREET, MOLONG. Well Watered Paddocks. No Responsibility. Good Stabling. First-class Table. CHARGES MODERATE. , — THE — ?, (Kotttntemai ftirtel, CUMNOCK. J. W. McDonnell, PBOPBIETOB. 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. Half- Way Hotel, TWO-MILE, WELLINGTON BOAD. JAS. AUSTIN PROPRIETOR. H 4 VXNG leased the above old and popu ™r Hotel, lately carried on by Mr. Robert Gibson, it will be my endeavour to make it one of the most co...

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Commercial News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Commercial News. The New Zealand Loan and Mer- j cantile Agency Co. Ltd. Bridge Street, Sydney, report as follows : — Wool. — The opening wool sales of the season were held on the 8tb inst. and continued on the 9th„ when this Company submitted a small catalogue which embodied early shorn wools from the Coonamble and Nyngan districts and Central and Southern Queensland. The new clip shows in a marked degree the harsh season experienced, being fine, thin and dry, but wanting in length and body, and also carrying a large percentage of dust and earthy matter. Burr and seed appear to be less prevalent than last year. The attendance of buyers was very satisfactory and included several representatives from tbe Southern State. On tbe whole com petition was good, although buyers bid cautiously on wasty and faulty .wools of uncertain yield. Many clips grown under adverse circumstances are inferior to last year, but, allowing for difference in condition, the market, as compared with November-D...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Tomingley Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Tomlngley Notes. 1 ^ ? ? ? ? ? .. ; j [Fbou our own Correspondent.], 1 We had a^good shower of rain on the 7th, bat it has not done ub as much' good as might be expected. We are JuBt a ton and a half too flash. We cannot: bear the slightest friction or contradiction, and our sense of honor and justice is so acute that a human life is no more to us than chaff. One of our townsmen to-day fired three gun shots at his mate, put one of the n_ 1.1 ? l it: ? k . i ? ^ va iva buruuga Lae latuer s oai ana grazed his head. John Asbby was the culprit and his intended victim was William Maddick. The two weyre carriers on the Dubbo-Tomingley road and were brothers-in-law. Ashby originally hailed from Molong, so I understand. The case was heard at Peak Hill, and Ashby was committed to stand his trial at Forbes Quarter Sessions. I think it is a shame that two such important towns as Tomingley and McPhail, only two miles apart, should not have a Court. We have two resi dent J's.P. and heaps of othe...

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