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

Sale at Baflrterotlgery. Messrs. Seaborn and Weston con ducted a very successful clearing sale at Mr. George Hando's Farm, near Balderodgery, ou Saturday, 11th October to a big attendance of buyers, who came from all parts of the district. Taking the bad season into considera tion, everything was cleared at very satisfactory prices. Some 700 sheep were sold iu the wool at the following nriccs 289 ewes at 10s 6d, 2i4 wethers at 8s lOd, 170 mixed hoggets at 7s 3d, 3 stud rams (Bruce breed) at £5 5s each, draught horses up to £25, light draughts £15, saddle horses from £5 to £6, and cattle from £3 to £5. ' Over five inches of raia fell at Sydney on Sunday.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Local and General. Molong Jockey Club. — A meeting ©ftheCtommitteeoftheabove will be held at the Post Office Hotel at 2.30 p.m. to-morrow, when the course Oom ' mittee mil presenttheir report. At 4 p.m. the annual meeting will be held , vben the election of officers, &c. will j take place. . j Th* Dabnlby Daisy. — Messrs. Neville Bros, of the Darnley Dairy (Shades) have decided to reduce the price of milk to 8d per quart from Monday next. Neville Bros, have always supplied a good quality milk, and for punctuality in delivery they are not to be beaten ; you can always depend on the genial ' William ' driving up almost to the same minute every morning. ! Noxious Animals. — Judging by tbe discussion at the Stock Board meeting on Wednesday night, it seems that landholders are compelled to keep down noxious animals. If they neglect tbis duty the Board can stop in and do the work for them, and the . landholders must pay. There is no use in getting pig-headed over matters of this s...

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

jjj J, £, CAMPBELL'S The Beehive Store, Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHE*PE8T HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT f WHEREAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. ? oae— — Eaamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ADDRESS OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. TURKEYS. WANTED AT ONCE, Poultry ill any Quantity. Highest Cash Price Oiven. ? o ? ROBERT -FIICTOIEC, Beehive (Stores, Cumnock. / C. CHARTERS HAS much pleasure in thanking 'the Public *-t Molong and district for the liberal patronage accorded him since he commenced business. For the present Festive Season the Shop has been re-stocked with a complete and varied assortment of — Toys and Novelties. — DOLLS IN GREAT New Year Cards i , Fancy Soaps l VARIETY. ^ Tobacco, Cigars & Cigarettes Perfumery j, Stationery ©rnammts, W Jl Shirt Studs, Sleeve Links ALL NEW GOODS AND AT LOW PRICES. CUAUDE CHARTERS, TOBACCONIST, Stationer :: and :: Fancy :: Goodsman, Opposite A. J.S. Bank, Molong. Send your to WINCHCOMBE, CARSON & Co., LIMITED. .* where i...

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Manildra Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Manildra Mems. ? » [From our own Correspondent.] The Manildra Tennis Club will try conclusions against the newly formed Gregra Club on Saturday 18th when an interesting game is expected. The match will take place on the Manildra court. The Manildra Debating Club will meet on Friday night when tbe sub ject ' Trial by Jury versus Judges ' will be debated. An interesting euchre tournament in connection with the School of Arts was commenced on Thursday of last week and continued to-night (Thurs day). The scores will appear in my next communication. Some of our local talent have ac cepted an invitation to take part in the Convent Concert at Cumnock on 22nd instant.

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Crossing the Border. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Crossing the Border. You whisper ' Life la fleeting' and it'e true I've had my day. And the voices on the other shore are near; For rm_crossing o'er the border— yet the - footsteps of the past I fancy every now and then I bear. In the warm summer ev'nings, when the length'ninK shadows come, And tnAmnnr lilminw fhn nflaf. nn irlnil R I {^ ^^^Mav^ breAking as the mob fe'.;.- ' tomeacraahmg^ through, iip''. Whenwe mustered on 'Kfllarney in the (jk .. ' ;.V:j Iff:': As the mists of memory lighten, and as?;., the dark'ningshadowB nse, |;x- . I can hear thestockwhip cracking p-. . throughthetrees, g©'' And the hoof-beais of tbe brumbies over |v mountain,hill and plain K. on thebreeM. j ;' - The yarnB around the camp fire, and the P songs we used to sing, ' And the moonlight rides, .when curlews wierdlyScream, With somfeone that waloved— alas i those day shave passed away To the Ocean of For-ever down Time's Stream. V Though- 1 ne'er bad much of money, I wasrich . beyond the dreams Of Indi...

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

[?] ? Spurious half-crowns are in circulation ' in Orange. ' Pettier George Fitzpatrick has been j transferred to Blayney. j A 15dwt nugget of gold was broughtto | Orange from Ophir yesterday. Public baths will' shortly be established 1 at Orange. j ' Sterling ' tips The Persian to win the ! Melbourne Cup with Abundance second. ! The new card room at ihe School of | Arte is greatly appreciated by ' full mem bers. ' i A aana of railway men are re-sleenerine the permanent way between Molong and ! Amaroo. Air Motor is quoted at 3 to 1 for the ! Caulfield Cup, The Idler 7 Jo 1, Flagship | 10 to 1. j There is quite a stiff breeze in political j circles over Federal Ministers' proposed pleasure trip. 'Tis said that owing to the scarcity of rabbits around Amaroo, the work of trapping will shortly cease. It is currently reported that the Cargo Company's battery has been sold for re- ! moval to the Cowra district. j Mr. Robert Porter has retired from the 1 Editiorial chair of the Wellington ...

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

Brevities* The racehorse T.M.S. has scored eight seconds in ten starts — Too Many Seconds ! Darlington is the smallest munici pality in Australia. It has an area, of 38 acres. Mudgee District Racing Club have cat up £222 for 12 races on November 19th and 20th. Daring the past three weeks 10,000 sheepskins were sent into Trangie Railway Station from one station alone. At Dungog a ratepayer took three days in goal rather than pay his rates, and tbe Council wiped his name off tbe books. It is reported from Albury that the Narrandera Meat Preserving Works have purchased 120,000 sheep from Riverina at 6d to Is a head. ' A sum of £90 9s 103 has been received by the teacher at Mudgee public school for transmission to Mt. Kembla Fund. The member for Mudgee evidently is a firm believer in self-praise. At the close' of the fiqunoial year there was owing to the Railway Com missioners byindividuals^ft^Stale . ' a sum aggregating about £40Q,000. The value of gold taken outof the Proprietary Mine...

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

In AH Designs, Qualities and Prices. Q ij Laces a Speciality. J rl HASEMER'S FOR LACES M ?H IS THE PEOPLE'S CRY. LJ ^ A Greater Assortment Than Ever, r ? ? b[j AGENT FOR ? Water luiikf* iateV K««(In €liallcng[e Corn Cure Wire Met ling?' FODDER SEEDS OF AI,L DKSCHIPTIONS. j STORE. ' SEEDSf LATEST advices show HU increase in value of Farm Seeds since tbe Welcome Rain, and to plant largely at present rates is out of the ijuustion for many Farmers. To meet tbe difficulty, assist in taking all advantage of favourable conditions, and to reduce a Large and Varied Stock -f-} 'HIT OnnT' I *» I » JrC. JtzL,. & J ? I ? I ? L Has decided to sell PARCELS OF VEGETABLE SKEDS, embracing Onion, Beet, Parsnip, Carrot, Tomato, Lettuce, Broad Beans, Peas, l''rencb Beans, Swede and White Turnip, Radish, Cabbage, in (id packets— 7 for'isOd. 12 Packets FLOWER SEEDS (assorted) for 2s Od. Rape, Sorgbnm, Swede and White Turnip, Luocnie aud Barley in Quantities. Potatoes in Large or Small Lots, for St...

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Alleged Attempted Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

[?] rWis received the following wire from our P/sak Hill cqrtespondentafter the Aaous had been printed off on Friday afternoon John-Aebby, charged at #ith shooting at WilUamjSlMdick^ntheDubbo Road, near Tomiogley, with intent to mur der, was to*day committed for trial at Forbes on 11th November next. Bail ?was refused.

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Fertiliser Experience In England. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Fertiliser Experience in fingland. The county of Essex has long been noted for its advanced scientihc agri cultural pursuits. Recently the techni cal committee there concluded a sis years* experiment dealing with pasture land and the hay crop. Those experi ments were conducted in nine different j localities, and on as many different soils, and the net result shows tbat by judicious fertilisation the bay crop cau oe enormously increased, f or instance it bas been proved that nitrogenous manures — nitrate of soda and sulphate of ammonia — have a greater effect on newly laid down pastures than on old. Thus, one and a half hundred weight i of nitrate of soda to an acre of land produced on new grass land an aver age inorease of fifty per cent. Sul phate of ammonia has, with scarcely an exception, produced more bay than nitrate of soda in the first years of the experiments, but latterly nitrate of soda has produced the best yield, show ing that sulphate of ammonia is tbe more exhausting t...

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The Women's Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

TI»e Women's Tote. The police will in a few days time commence to collect the names of women entitled to vote. The work is expected to be very heavy, and the first lists prepared will necessarily be in manuscript, as there are no old rolls to fall back upon. Index books, which are being prepared at the Government Printing Office, will be used in the work, A number of women have already applied to have their names registered, oetween ?auuana ouu names having been received from . various parts of the country. These will be placed on the rolls this month. The qualification is 21 years of age, over 12 months residence in the State, and three months residence in the electoral division. It will probably take the police a month to collect tbe rolls. They will then have to be printed, which will occupy about six weeks, and shortly after wards revision courts will be called to deal finally with the names. It is thought probable that the increase of voting power will lead to a redistribu tion...

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Manildra v. Red Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Ulaiilldra v. Red Hill. The above teams met in friendly rivalry last Saturday when the Bed Hill players won by two wickets, »Mr. 41 Ted' Wren captained the Manildra players, and Mr. J. Attenborough acted in a similar capacity for Red Hill. Following are the scores : — MaXildra. — First Innings. R. Cole, b S. Allen ? 10 W. Kinsela, run out ? 4 E. Allen, b S. Allen ? 2 E. J. Wren, b F.Gosper ? 0 A Ward, b F. Gosper ? 0 A. Howarth. c Gosper, b S. Allen ? 8 E. Johnson, run out ? 2 M. Kelly, b F. Gosper ? ? ? 2 A. Eason, b F. Gosper ? 0 H. Dean, run out ? 0 B. Mould, not out ? 0 Sundries ? 3 37 Second Innings. Cole, c Penson b Attenborough ? 3 Allen, b Gosper ? 0 Wren, c Gosper b Penson ? 12 Ward, c Townsend b Penson ? 4 Howarth, b S. Allen ? 0 Johnson, c W. Allen b Townsend ? 10 Kelly, b Hunt ? 13 Eason. b Gosper ? 4 Dean, b Penson ? 0 Kinsela, not out ? ? ? 0 Mould, b Attenborough ? 0 Sundries ? 4 62 Red liiix.— First Innings. J. Attenborough, c Wren b Eason ? 11 R. Penson, run out ? 2...

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Ping Pong Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Ping Pons Tournament. — 0 — The second Ping Pong Tournament in connection with the School of Arts, was commenced on Wednesday even ing, and will be continued to-night. Following are tbe winners in the first round'; — A. Clarke (25) beat J. Cahill (25). — 100-86... ... ' J, Coirbin (20) beat MisB F. Clarke (35). ? 1(XH-9 * W. Hughes (15) beat J. Davies (25). — 100-83. Miss M. Cahill (30) beat J. Hodsou (40). -100-76. _ Two beats of tbe first round still remain to be played. Muohi interest was taken in tbe play on Wednesday evening, and tbe several players were, liberally applauded. The following byes were occasioned through forfeiture Miss F. Neilson, Miss M. Clarke, Miss B. Cahill.

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

J . 'rhlK]} ? - ?—?*'? iiMifff-i.^..,.* .. ?'' iil..rLUM,,i.i,w -,..i — , .. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1902.

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The Shearing. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

The Shearing. Shearing is now practically in full swing throughout tbe Canowindra district and along the Lachlan. At North Bogan and Mr. H. Osborne's Bangaroo the boards are full, and at Mr. John Grant's, Bellview, matters are progressing peacefully. At Cano modine, Mr. Atkinson is ready for a start. Mr. Kirkland, of Auburn Vale, will shear at Mr. Glasson's shed| it. \ ii , A scart was made at the latter place on the 11th, but it mil be some time before they cutout. P°,r®e %r' ; ^ Y Smith's) started on 15th with a full board. The ritimber owned by small sheep-owners in the district will not make a very large total this season. Mr. H. Ashcroft, of lair Hill, cut out on Monday Jast! The sheep here were in fair condition, but the clip was lighter (ban usual*

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Molong D.D. Company. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Molong IM-. Company. A meeting of tbe Directors of the above was held at tbe Factory on Tuesday last. Following are particu lars of the milk supplied, and cheques paid in connection with the Factory and several Creameries under the control of the Company : ? Gals. Test. £ s d Cumnock 3461 38 58 2 3 Bowan Park 1842 3'77 30 6 6 Manildra 1609 377 26 14 10 Cudal 1263 376 20 16 O Borenore 906 3'8 15 1 2 Factory 348 377 5 15 '5 9429 3 8 156 16 2 Tbe quantity of butter made was 39321bs. Suppliers were paid 4d gallon on a 3.8 test. Tbe quantity of milk supplied for last month exoeeded by 682. gallons tbe quantity supplied for August.

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Weather Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Weather Forecast. ? u — [By Obonzo Pbesa.1 19th. — Cool jabd moist over tbe N.E. districts. Heat and dust storms likely over tbe S.W. of the State. Some hail probable in places. Showery conditions likely over the western or south-eastern districts. Fair or fine elsewhere. . Between 20th and 24th. —Variable, cloudy, cold, /thunder showers, heavy in pl^s^^i^ylover ^lie western , iiqirtl^lnj-^^^sliera idisjiricts. Cool R hot and dry over the S.W. districts. m.:- , ^ri^e|?ind8,l?.Ei, WiNW.S.W., ^strong B at times, chiefly over the northern half iip Between 25th and 26th.~Variable lip , oyer the greater portion of the State, IfPv witbjmoist and oppressive heat. Bfc ' Heavy ^dUst storms over the northern east EpSC: ? ba»l £nt,:^ J&. .. . veering east, boisterous and squally at R ^Between 27th and 81st.-— Variable over sttjfg and

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Old Age Pensions. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Old Age Pensions. — o — To the Editor of the Akgus. Si it,— It is to be hoped that the Old Aye Pension Act will be so amended as to eliminate some of the incongrous clauses and substitute other* of a more consist ent character. As this Act now stands a person who came to this colony when 40 years of age— having spent the best part of his life somewhere else— and has now reached the age of 65 years, is entitled to a pension ; whereas, a native of this colon v who has rpjurlipri flir- n m nf A3 nr 64 years, and spent all his life in assisting to open up various parts of the colony, is not entitled to one. Again, a native of this colony who has reached the age of 70 or 80 years, and probably borne many of the hardships and privations endured by the old pioneers in developing the colbny, is deprived of the benefit accruing under the Act because he may at some time have been convicted for deserting his wife for a period of six months. It is well-known that wives have on many occasions ta...

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New Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 17 October 1902

Jfew Roads. ?7.--4\VY '? ^'-??^?-?--7' — ? It is proposed to resume the following land for f oad purposes : — Land District of Molong, 1 rood, occupied by Robert Kennerson, parish Goimbla. Road to be opened — part of road from Eulamore Creek to Eugowra. 9a lr Sp, David Sinclair (grantee, Win. Lawson, seu.), parish Nanami. Road to be opened — part of road from Goolagong to Canowindra. 2r 25p, late Hon. John Smith's property, lot 2, section 40, West Molong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

New Spring & Summer NOW OPENING —AT— AUSTRALIAN STORES. ALL UP-TO-DATE GOODS ! AND BEING MASKED OFF AT Prices *o Six!*, tire Ti»cu». Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics Muslins, Voiles, Fancy Dresses Lace Collarettes, Ties, Gloves Parachutes, Ribbons, Boleros Flowers, MO^toery Underclothing Ready-made Skirts Blouses, Blousings Men's and Boys' Straw & Felt Hats Ties, Braces Mercerised & Fancy Cotton Shirts Boots and Shoes in all the Latest Styles at Bedrock Prices. Suits to Measure from £2 2s to £4 4s. Trousers from 10s 6d to 27s 6d. The Largest and Most Up-to-Date Range of Patterns to Choose from. WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. BEST FIT IN TOWN. Bank-street, Molong. The Dandenong murder. The , man Tialer, who was sentenced to death for toe murder of Edward Ssngal, at Dandenon?, was hanged on Monday morning at Melbourne gaol He wSkM firmly on to the gallows ahd.ineijiasitloom manfully. When askedif k*lktfmg®{wg *»«y he replied in a low and firWroice : ' What I have 4one in thi...

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