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The Largest City in the Southern Hemisphere. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

We Largest Clty ln ihe Southern lleuttsnbere. This is what the N.S. W. IVfiaister for Works prophesies Sydne^ will be 100 years hence. He seems .to i^jdioe at the growtJrSf the city, whe^feas Ijt i8 a vety bad sign. If the country districts had two-thirds of th* population, and one- third, then we would rejoice to see a big nonulatirin in Sydney ; but, unfortunately/it is the other way about, and Jdr.iO'Sulliv.vn's pohcy has largely helped to bring tbe present-state of affairs to pass. . Ey^ty. tbinjg poinis to ^ very different result. The unemployed shortly will be enor mously increased. No British capital is being invested here. Our export of produce is, and will be, /Utgely lessened, and we have how to import ^pod,to feed pur people with. What is going to tnaake Sydney a big ditF ? Surely not Socialism. That means absolute retrogression, and ruin, and oan only be kept going' on borrowed mone- Only an ebormous emigza- - Jiop of ^nationalities un4' ar7vMt

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

JPigeon Shooting. At a pigeon match at Forbes last week seventeen shooters divided tbe prize of £20. Mr. Luke Hughes, of Molong, on 26 yards, was one of those who divided, scoring eight kills. The number of nominations received was 46, and the reason of such a large number dividing was on account of scarcity of birds. At Goolagong the following day, in a pigeon match pro moted by Mr. E. Hogan, of tbe Goolagong Hotel, three shooters di ' vided the 4-20 prize, Mr. Luke Hughes (with 9 kills) being one of the success ful trio.

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Real Property Act. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Real Properly Act. The following notice has been issued by the Registrar-General Notice of Intended Issue of Provisional Crown Grant, Vol. 805, Fol. 152. — Pro- prietor: John McNevin. Land : 105 acres, being portion 142, situated on Two- mile Creek, parish Cardington, county Gordon. The proof of loss of tbe original Crown Grant above des cribed and other particulars required by section 111 of the abovenamed Act (No. 25 of 1900) having been supplied, — I hereby, in pursuance of tbe require ments of such section, notify my intention to issue such Provisional Crown Grant accordingly, at tbe expiration of twenty-one days from the date hereof. — Dated at Sydney, this 20th day of June, 1902, at the Registrar General's Department.

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Cargo Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] [Fnotfjiistb --wn Coeeespondent.] : erection of the !?' -neWj|Ga|^,;]Posfc. Office, so persistenly urgedw$iir M&nber and the Progress Committee. ? ; . , is reported about . Gt^o^notKer vresult of the drought t ? to report regarding mining/ « Moore - and party (the Essex) have /.consigned twenty tons for treat mentandexpect a satisfactory return. It is stated that the 20-head battery lias been sold, and this will mean another - Heavy handicap on the small miner. ?„ Al together, Cargo mining prospect? are not bright. ;-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

^B6S.-to*^^|iira^i^$e|bM;|)nrchB8ed jE- has i«oently beenlrenovat^ throughout, thus making !t one of the best and most comfort ible retreats in the -West. Splendid Sample Booms for Commercial . Travellers. BATH BOOMS, &c. Buggies and Horses always on Band. , Attentive Grootn. 4 Post Office Hotel, BANK STREET, MOLONG. Fred. Bradford, PROPRIETOR. HAVING leased the aboye old and popu lar Hotel, lately carried on by Mrs. J. Plynn, it will be my endeavour to make it one of the most comfortable and up-to-date HoBtelries in the WeBt. The premises are now undergoing a thorough repair and patrons will find that thelr^comfort will be a first consideration. Special attention will be given in selecting the liquors, and the vory Best Brands only will be stocked. The Cuisine will be in . the hands of an able and experienced lady, and those who patroqise the tables will find the fare to be of the best, and the Charge Moderate. The Stabling accommodation will also be improved and nothing bu...

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Rabbit Boards. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Rabbit Boards. Mb. F. R. Hopkins, one of the elected ' members of Oarcoar Rabbit Board, and a member 'of the deputation to the Minister, (referred to elsewhere), writes as follows: — « X think it wise to inform tbe elec tors at as early a date as possible that the recently elected Board is unlikely to exiBt for any length of time, as the Minister for Lands is preparing an Amended Rabbit Act, which will create a fresh election in every district. I doubt, indeed, if any of the elected will ever fiit at all. From my inter view; with the Minister .at the deputa tion on ^d^esday, l am strongly of opinion that when he Amalgamates the Boards, there will be eight direc tors and that* the , Chairman will be a Government .official entrusted to seeing to, and protecting th|r interests of this ^ver^ent; jori^he yBoard.' ' Jt aeemsto be Mr. Hopkins' opinion that there will be a new election in all tbe districts, including Molong, and that the chairman' will be absolutely a Government official* ....

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Economy Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Economy Wanted. An all important question which the people of New South Wales ought now to consider very seriously is whether the State should not live within its income. For the year that has just closed, the Treasury receipts have been very large, the amount exceeding eleven millions. And yet it is an nounced that the expenditure will prove to have been so heavy that there will be a deficit. It is becoming ap parent that the State finances are approaching a' perilous stage, and that unless a wise economy is insisted upon, serious difficulties will presently confront New South Wales.

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Molong Dairy Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

molong Bafry Co. 1 - U— ** The milk received at tbe Molong factory «nd creameries for June was as follows : — Gallons. Test. £ s d Gumnock 3255 3.93 76 5 9 Manildra 1760 3.93 41 16 5 Bowan Park 1667 3.86 . 37 17 10 Borenore 562 ? 3.93 12 19 0 Factory 502 3.96 11 12 11 Cudal 396 3.96 9 3 1 8142 &93 189 15- 0 It was resolved to pay suppliers 5£d on a 3*9 test. 37891bs of, butter were made during June. The ordinary half-yearly meeting of shareholders of the abpve Company will be held in Molong Town Hall on Saturday, August 2nd, at 2.80 p.m., DU6inesB being to receive balance sheet and Directors' report.

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Forestry. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] Ax the half-yearly summons meeting of Court McNathara, , Ancient Order of Foresters, on Thursday night, the following officers were appointed P.C.B., Bro. F. .P. Leathern ; C.B-, Bro. S. B. Watson ; S.C.B., Bro. J. Brett; S.W.; Bro B. W. E as ton ; J.W., Bro. A. L. Harris; S.B., Bro. A. Bamford ; J.B., Bro. lB\^B. Evers. The Court has a membership roll of 79. Brothers J. G. Donaldson, A. B. Bamford and F. R. Evens wens elected trustees of the Court. A good amount of business was transacted and about £12 passed for sick pay.

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Alleged Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] At the* Orange 'Pollce Court yesterday ;#|s|qhIrjM|^h%teaHng * fwhiper jrom a brafceyEn, the^|^j|y^$^i Bailway Commis siopete, |jOia^ ;$b|^ighfr 1 of July i ot morning of July 2. , Mr. Shbriet appeared for -accused. . Obnsta^ who identi fied him ; I took possessipn of the skins, now produced isked accused ; where he got the skins, he replied, ' bought, trapped and shot some ' ; asked him who he bought them from, he replied, ' various persons, did not know them ; he trapped them along the Bathurst road and railway line ' ; I then went to the residence of accused ; fohnd a number of skins there) (6Q), which I produce'; returned to the lockup and said to accused, I found a dumber , of skins in your bouse, where did you, get them from, he replied, ' I shot, bought and trapped them ' ; he declined to tell from whom be bought them. By Mr. Shorter : The accused said he jsold skins to Mr. Harrington ; accused' 8 brother opened the kitchen door ; found rabbit skins on the premises ; will...

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Manildra Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

. Ilanildra Hleiii§. | —Ur— , [Fbom oue own Cobbespondent.] A welcome change in the weather took i place during the week, 67 points of j ^ain being registered so far. Manildra and its people now wear a different j look. j A general meeting of Members of | the Sports and Bicycle Club waB held at Mrs. Westphalen's Hotel on* Tues- 1 day, when the balance sheet and report i of the recent carnival were presented. Mr. A: Eason occupied the chair, I about fifteen members also being j present. Mr. R. A. Young (Secretary) | in presenting his financial statement explained , that £3 10s had been received in donations, £5 10s in mem bers' subscriptions, Trustees of Recre ation Ground 10s. The gate receipts-; totalled £12 9s, entrance fees £8 4s 3d ; total £30 3s 3d. The. expenditure included registration fee £1 8s 6d, preparing track 16s, printing 16s 8d, telegrams and stamps 12s 9d, flags knd ropes 9x lOd, prize money £12 9s 6d ; total £16 13s Id. Thus a credit balance remained of £13 10s 2d. ...

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Bumbury. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] . :.||3^0^VODEio^' ^ i B^uEtfDJD rain fell here : on Sdnday uigbY ad^[ continued throughout ^ii - - ^fty/isometiung like 150 being regis -1 tered. '* To-day (Wednesda^) is cloudy, ! ^rith a bitter cold wind blowing /from the eouth-east, which is veVy seyere on; cattle in low condition. , Sheep are in fair condition at present and grass ts now assured in the near fatnre, although pwners have just commenced to hand-feed, and will continue to do so during thifc montb, wbich is usually a very severe month. Stockowners have so far been very fortunate, and no losses ha ve been reported in this locality. This latter statement does not tally with the remarks of your Red Hill correspondent in last issue, but nevertheless it is perfectly accurate. Thewheat crops appear to be coming up well, -which fact ifas lit up the faces of the farmers. Our Public School teacher, Mr. O'Sullivan, leaves here to-day, tbe Department granting him six month's leave of absence on full pay. Mr. F. D. Putland,...

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A Musical Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

A. Musical 'Evening. Ji wosicAii evening, ^i|^M?eoitations #-3., ior social eeilgn^^wiU --e held at ttie Mctory.^^M^|lie comple tionio! of

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

^H8M5n',tbe-8tta 'toslalnt, David Thomas. Headrie jRoas, eldest son of William ? Moioogji^ea a? years Had- 10 ' { ^ ;: ?'?? ': \ BCSGLES—On the lOthinatant, atthe Gas ; worisyMolong, broachitis, Agnes 'AuSXBALU FOB THE AUSTRALIANS.'' FBIDAY, JULY 11, 1902.

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Borenore. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Borenore. — o — [Fbom ouh own Cokeespondent.] Tbe election of the new Rabbit Board appears to give satisfaction locally, the opinion being thai the members elected should prove good adminis trators of the Act. There was not j much interest do far as concerned | voting, the clause necessitating each voter writing for bis ballot paper I being considered very undesirable. Why not send out the ballot papers to all those entitled to vote and so save the voter tbe trouble of ^applying for same ? [Surely if a vote is worth having, it is worth writing for. — Ed.] The recent rains have given the farmers encouragement and will do an immense amount of good. The crops previous to the rain were very backward, although there were a few isolated patches where the crop was looking quite green. But since the rain every paddock which was sown has shown signs of tbe seed germin ating and .with a good spring there will be at least a few crops in this district. The grass has also commenced to shoot and ...

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Death of an Infant. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] been a suffirer for ihree wefeks^m i bronchitis The funeral :tbok ipla^e ^meba^libopfev^' ? A. S&pben,con : -' teiryic&f ; Much sympathy is felt forMr.andM*s. Sooles. 7' '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

In all 90 points of rain have been registered at Molong this week. Chaff is quoted in Sydney at from 6s6dto6s2d. Annua! meeting of the School of Art? on. Friday, 25ih instant. August 9 is set down as tbe probable MWt^eKmgV Coronation. ? Wragge forecasts wicked weather on the coast, but fine, frosty and foggy inland. . Eleven inches of rain have fallen at Pambula this week, and the country is in a* flooded state. Eighty-nine N. S. W. lady school teachers have applied for appointment as teachers in South Africa. j Spr&eant Fagan'e many Molong friends will be glad to hear that the old gentleman is\enjoyyag good health at\ Petersham. Dr.] Bobs, M.P., is still in poor health, having suffered a relapse the Other day. - j .At Jjucknow Mrs. Walker is con duotiqgdivine service in place of ber imprisoned husband. Mr. M. Mulhall still lies in a critical condition at tbe local hospital, and, we regret to say, small hopes are held ' out for his recovery. Japaes Pender was acquitted at Fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

CORNERGIDLEY & RIDDLE STREETS, r Ma; be oprisultedas follows: . 9 a.tn. to 11 a.m.i 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. - io^p.m. ; 'Sundays andHblid&ys from 10 to 11 a.m. Visits Cumnock Every Monday,^ aridmay beconsulted from 2 to 3 p.m. ' ' sharp. Visits Cudal Every Friday, and may be consulted from 2 to 3 p.m. sharp. Dr. James liciach, ' M.B -Jh.M., Ed. \ ' BANK-STREET, MOLONG, Has succeeded to the practice lately carried on by Dr. Lamb. Houbs: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 9 to ll a.m.; and 2 to 3 p.m. , Every Evening 7 to 9 p.m. Db. Rbiach will attend at bis own waiting and Consulting Rooms, CUDAL at II a.m. Every Monday, — ARD — CUMNOCK at 11 a.m. Every Thursday. Government Vaccinator. TAGCINATIONS performed fbek of chaboe by appointment and request of the Government. M.X. Caro, li-D.S., Dentist, Orange, (Late Lbveb & Cabo), (Late Assistant to Dr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG —ON — Saturday, July IS, And may be Consulted at Stockwell's Hox...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] Wanted at once — a resident J.P. at Borenore. 'V The Sing has entertained over; h&Jf a million of the poor of London at dinner. A £100 pigeon match is being pro moted to take place at Wellington next month. Mr. ' Alf.' Stockwell is winning fame at Wellington as a small debts court solicitor. The progress of the King towards recovery is all tha t can be desired, so the cable states. We are now waiting to see whom the Governor will appoint as Chair man of Molong Babbit Board. A Government officer is now in vestigating Wellington Hospital'affairs in connection with the balance-sheet. Messrs. Williams and Carroll collected £12 l'2s Gd, Hospital subscriptions, at Manildra and environs ; the names* of donors will be published in annual list. At Lithgow a large number of men have been thrown out of work. Those in employment are not making half time. Those Boers who are not in favour of taking the oath ' of allegiance will not be allowed to return to South Africa. Three distinct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

f ? ? ? Remarkable Cure of Croup. A J.ITTIjE boy's life savku. I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlain's Cough 'Beinedy. It (javed my little boy's life and I feel that I cannot praise it euough. I bought a bottle of it from A-i E. Steere of Goodwin, S.D., U.S.A., and when I got home with it the poor baltp could hardly breathe. I gave the medicine as directed every ten minutes until he ' threw up ' and then I thought sure he was going to choke 'to death. We had tp pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings. I irn positive that if 1 had not got that bottle of cough medicine, my boy would not be on earth to-day. — Joel Demont, Inwood, Iowa, for sale by fl; W- Macord, Chemist, J^olong;- ^ / |

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