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[?]s [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
r ^BPffMlffliMIP^^ *** - CoSwpS^taWneit year. , ; ^M&li^^tomiswoneca have - :MMm$*^io* * *»*het term OTiBtiOommissioDer Oliver receives ' j&tm?s-*i anatiinV Mr. Kirkcaldie T liSst, a lady's gold keyless watch. Beward on returning to Mr. F. Titberedge, railway station. A- commercial was fined £2 the other day for smoking in a non * smoking railway carriage. Bev. D* A. Gilsenan,one time of HolOng, is now in charge of the Methodist Oircait at Blayney. Mr. W- h. Boss unanimously re eleoted Secretary of Onmnpok P. A. & a Association. . - ' Wyalong Oonjabil recently received a staggeringibllli ^709, for costs in a noent Saoreme Court; action.. A womanVworking in a laundry at Sorry HUla, Sydney, draw a £2240 prii» in Ta^ersairs sweep the other At Eochareena on Saturday night MJbs Bnlmann won the carpentering contesMprJadJes, and Mr. Whitehead ) the^i'ftl Wffiniing TOmpefition. -The Whole amount or the £82,000 Toled last year lor the returned oon - tanagnts has, been...
MANILDRA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
MANILDRA CRICKET CLUB. A meeting of members of the above was held at Mrs. Westphalen's Hotel on Saturday, Mr. A. Eason being in tbe chair. A special rule was adopted that only paid-up members bo permitted to use tbe Club's material. The following officials were ap pointed : — Practice captains, Messrs. A. Eason and E. Wren ; ground com mittee, Messrs. W. Kinsela, M. Kelly, A. Eason, ; selection committee, Messrs. R. A. Young, E. Wren, and A. Eason. It was decided to bold a concert in aid of the Club on Wednesday, November 19tb (tickets Is), with dance to follow (tickets Is 6d). Messrs. A. Eason, M. Kelly, R. A. Young and E. Sloggett were appointed a com mittee to carry out details.
THE NEW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
THE NEW CHURCH. On Tuesday last the newly-erected building for the Methodist Church was officially opened at a conversazione presided over by the Rev. A. Stephen. The building is a neat iron structure, capable of seating 100 people, and reflects credit on the contractor, Mr. Newman. After a few encouraging and complimentary remarks by the Chairman, A well-selected and appropriate pro gramme was rendered as follows: — Solo, Miss Hendry ; solo, Mr. E. S. Carr (Orange) ; duet, Misses Shield and P&ckham (Molong) ; solo, Mrs. W. Matthews (Molong) ; solo, Miss Bowler (Molong) ; solo, Miss Olive Mayno ; solo, Mr. Thwaite ; solo, Mrs. Matthews ; glee, Misses Packhatn, E. Hull, F. Shield and Mr. Taylor ; solo, Miss Bowler ; duet, Misses J. and I. Hendry ; recitation, Miss Carr ; solo, Mrs. Blowes ; solo, Miss B. Hendry ; solo, Mr. Thwaite ; glee, Misses Pack ham, E. Hull, F. Shield and Mr. Taylor ; duet, Mrs. Matthews and Miss Bowler ; duet, Miss Packbain aud Mr. Taylor ; duet, Misse...
Cricket Match. MOLONG v. CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
Cricket JHat«li. MOLONG v. CUDAL. The first match of tbe season, so far as concerns Molong, was played on the Bee. on Wednesday afternoon, when the local willow-wielders defeated Cudal on the first innings by 0 runs. Mr. J. Cook skippered the Molong team, Mr. C. Gavin acting as captain for the visitors. Messrs. E. Thomson and W. Kelly acted as umpires, the scores being kept by Messrs. E. A. Lowe and A. Clarke : — CrnAL'.— First Innings. C. Smith, b Charters ? 11 A. Carman, b Kelly ? 0 H. Peraberton, c Cook, b Charters ... 2 H. Carman, b Kelly ? i) C. Gavin, c and b Kelly ? 3 K. Gavin, b Charters ? 10 P. G. Charters, c and b Charters ... 0 J. Lavers, b Charters ? 1 P. Gavin, b Kelly ? 1 J. S. Parker* c Corbyn, b Charters .., 1 \V. Baker, not out ? 1 Sundries ? 8 38 Bowling Average. — C. Charters. G wickets for 17 runs ; M.Kelly, 4 wickets for 13 runs. ' Second Innings. C.Gavin, bBlackadder ? 11 W. Baker, b Davies ? 2 K. Gavin, c Cook, b Blackadder ... 3 A. Carman, b Blackadder' ? 18 ...
Cargo News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
6frgo News. [Feom our own Correspondent.] I learn from notices, over the name of J. S.Hayne, that tenders are being called for the removal of ^O^ni^Jiof machinery (more or less) JErom Cargo to 16 miles on the Grenfell road horn Gowra. It appears definitely decided that the. Cargo battery will be removed from here despite strong efforts made ror its detention oy a tew patriotic townsmen. The appointment of Sergeant Hicks to Molong has caused mucb pleasure to many old Cargo residents, who have known him from boyhood. Sergeant Charles Hicks is the eldest son of the late Mr. Richard Hicks, who for many years carried on a pro fitable etorekeepiug business in this town, and was well and deservedly respected here. It is sad to say that the drought, in a slightly mitigated form, still prevails here, and useless to predict the conse quences which must eventuate unless the Good Father sends us plentiful rains.
Manildra Mems. PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
Manildra Mems.il w ? — - ? —iSf [Fbom oub own Cobeespondbnt.] r- ' PROGRESS COMMITTEE. The monthly meeting of tbe Progress Gommittee was held on Monday even ing, wben there were present :. Messrs. Q. W. Griffith (President), H. Angus, T. Smith, G. Oassells, J. O'Donnelt, E. Pike, and R. A. Young (Secretary). The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. ' A letter was read from the Mount Victoria Progress Association, asking: the Committee to co-operate in the agitation for having alterations made to tbe Zig Zag. It was unanimously decided to give tbe proposal every support, and to ask the member for the district to use bis influence in the matter. The President stated that an officer from tbe Water and Sewerage Branch of the Mines Department bad lately paid a visit for tbe purpose of reporting on tbe weir. Tbe officer bad stated that the Department would be willing to construct a weir or sink a well and erect a windmill over same if the resi dents would guarantee to pay 4 pe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
In the Intestate Istate of tie^p^ Charles Mathison, of Eugowri ' IMPORTANT . Auction Sale ! — OK— SPLENDID &griculiural9 Sairyisg, & Graziag LANDS (Freehold. C.P. and C.L.) —AT— EUGOWRA —ON — Saturday, Nov. 1, At 11 a.m. donauTghesher HAS been instructed to sell on the above date, at Eugowra, in the intestate Estate of the late CHAELES MATHISON. Esq., of Eugowra i. — 60 Acres Freehold, At Eurow, 11 miles from Eugowra: wire fenced all round. 2. — 350a c.p., and 930a c.I. On Eulimore Creek, near the Mandagery Creek, about 6 miles from Eugowra ; sub-divided into three paddocks hy li-wire fences : watered by the Euli more Creel; (never known to have been dry) and permanent springs : with dwelling house, wool-shed, and yards. SPLENDID AGRICULTURAL and GRAZING COUNTRY. 3.— 320a c.p. and 50a c.p. Farm on the Mandagery Creek, known as Bing's Farm : fenced by a 3- wire and 2-rail fence, and sub-divided into three paddocks : about GO acres been cultiv ated. This farm has over ...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
WMtKmm _ The fire fiend has evidently struck MoloDgVorioketers won their first? 3-i%JEto^-ibpink8 taxing newspapers is taxing wluoation. ' ' t?ro)E»aro looking as bad as thepro spOTte ^1 the season. ' xenaers are lpvitea tor repairs to Meranburo Public School. ^i^Myi^byfsa the 97th anniver sary of the battle of Trafalgar. Lieutenant-Oolonel Smith drew a £50 cash prize in the Caulfield Gup. Mr. Bert Parker is considered the champion table tennis player of Cudal. It is surprising the number of old Molong faces to be seen in and around Sydney. An alleged remedy for violent sick headache is to walk backwards for a few minutes. A French landowoer is forced by law to divide his estate equally be tween his children. Orange Butter Factory was officially opened on Wednesday afternoon. The cost of the factory is £2000. At Ballina a farmer shipped 35 bags of beans to Sydney from less than an acre. They brought 80s per bag. The female brain commences to decline in weight after the age of thirty...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
Dr; M. Veech, RIDDLE STREET, —MOLONG.— , Will Visit CUMNOCK Every Monday. Dr. James Reiach, M.B., CM., Ed. BANK STREET, INLoUmg. Government Vaccinator. NOTICE. |P SuuijoGk Fharnjacy Is now under the Management of MR- W, A. FARR. [A Cakd.] Nurse Miller, CUMNOCK. Ladies' Certificated Nurse. M. L. Caro, R.D.S., Dentist, Orange, (Lath Leveb & Caeo), (Late Assistant to Dr. £. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG —ON— - Saturday, November 8, And may be Consulted at Stockwbll's Hotel from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. WILD VISIT Ciiinaock, Movember £0 Legitimate Work done in all Branches of the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. Legal. Mr. toy Ey«s Jago 111, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. mEUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved JL Seoureties. ? _____ EDWARDS BROS., BAKERS, Pastry Cooks, Confectioners, Grocer s, FEUITERERS, Opposite Commercial Bank, Molong. Pastry a Speciality. Choice Fresh Fruit. ^f Wedding, Birthday and Christening Cakes made to order ...
Table Tennis. FINAL WON BY W. HUGHES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
wKmmaggf. ?M0XJ&WM by w. hughes: The second Table Tennis Tournament promoted by -the School of Arts Cbm mittee, was concluded on Wednesday (evening^;; The final— as in No. 1 Tourna ment— -was; played between W. Hughes and C. Meyers, Mr. Hughes winning after a splendid game. The previous Tourna ment was won by Meyers, Hughes being second, so that it would seem merit tells even in ping pong. Messrs. Bridekirk and Finch carried out all arrangements in a satisfactory manner. Results :— D. Oilland (30) beat Miss S. Neilson.— loo-ya* C. Meyers (scratch) beat R. Snelling (15).— 100-79. SECOND ROUND. W. Hughes (15) beat D. Gilland (30).— 100-68. A. Clarke (25) beat W. Corbyn (20).— 100-85. A. Gilland (25) beat Miss F. Neilson (30).-100-87. C. Meyers (scratch) beat Miss M. Cahill (3U).-KX--77. Tiiuti) ih)j:nj-. Miss M. Clarke (_'5) beat A. Clarke (25) —100-77. W. Hughes (15) beat A. Gilland (25).— 100-81. W. Hughes (15) beat Miss M. Clarke (25).— 100 «». FINAL. W. Hughes (15) beat C....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
?Blip'--'1 ? - ^^^S^js^fjpjif!^^^^S?f;\:, - ??rvi,sm^ _-.. - ?v'-':---S«st-.-'';'- ?--.' -;:'*1'-.-.'*?- ' ' ?' '' : ^^^^^S^^W-^^^?^^^^^^ P ... — -- ; ? ? ? : ?—.*-? ?I 'Jfe^-ESPECf FULLY begs to inform the Ladies of Molong and District 1 niiyNiiiY an© fancy department m-; has just been replenished with all the NEWEST and most I FJLSHIOIfJLBLE If Spu aM Sillier Ws ! f B Visitors to the town truthfully remark that it would be difficult to grate'--- - ??? *= ??.'?''?? v ? '?.?'?'.?:??. ? ? ?I' iida Better Dressed Lot of Ladies thau Molong can produce. mm- ? . ... .???.... ? R Taste and ELle^ance are the terms we so often hear lip applied. L. HIGH is not blini either. He also sees that the Ladies of R Molong are up to date, and in order to try and please them he arranged that fmf: his Milliner (Miss Schofield) should visit Sydney for the purpose of buying Bl what she knows will please you ; and with her usual Good Judgment and m Good Taste that lady has bought the very things you want....
The Kelly Gang. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
Tlie JKelly Ctan?. ? u— The following is an excerpt from a letter dated Pretoria, 3rd September, to a resident :— ' I want you to write 1 me a long letter, aud tell me how the ' old place is getting on ; and, bythe bye, give me full particulars of that trumped-up yarn of Dan Kelly and Steve Hart. I have only seen one I part ot the paper, and I can't make out how the Sydney people are such fools as to be gulled by men who want notoriety. Do let me know, and if possible send me a paper with the narrative. Only last week a man came from Durban and stopped here a couple of days, and passed himself off as Griffo. He said he had arrived from New York in a sailing vessel, and was going to Capetown. Here, he said, Jack Valentine and Tom ourrows uaa arranged to meet him. They saw him off*in the train, and a well-known man, who knew Griffo of old, turned up and said, ' Well, boys, I did not like to make a scene, but [ that man (pointing to the departing train) is not Griffo, but they will kno...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
In All Designs, Qualities --v and Prices. ( jl] Laces a Speciality. (I M HASEMER'S FOR LACES !_^ y pi IS THE; PEOPLE'S CRY. . ^ A Greater Assortment Than Eier. £ ? nj AGENT FOI1 ? Water faukN liitcs' Seeds Challenge Corsi Cure Ware Melting. FODDER vEEDb of all descriptions. ? S'JOIgg. ? SEEDS I LATEST advices Bhow an increase in value ol Farm Sef-!.= since the Welcome Rain, and to plant largely at present rates is out of the (pjstion for many Farmers. To meet the difficulty, assist in taking nil advantage of : ivourable conditions, and to reduce a Large and Varied Stock IB. IBL STITT Has decided to sell PARCELS OF VEGETABLE SK^US, embracing Onion, Beet, Parsnip, Carrot, Tomato, Lettuce, Broad Bonii^, I'eas, I'rencfa Beans, Swede and White Turnip, Radish, CabbiiKe, in GJ packets — 7 for 2s 01 12 Packets FLO WE K SEEDS (assorted) for '2r, lid. Rape, Sorghum, Swede and White Turnip. Lucerne and Barley in Quantities. Potatoes in Largo or Small Lots, for Six-d or Table— Very Choice Tuber...
Religions Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
Religious ITleuioraii-iu. — o — ANGLICAN CHURCH. Mowno— 1st, 3rd noi\ 5th Sundays in the month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (rrc) and 4th Sun days at 11 and 7.30 Yallundry— 1st Sunday in each month at 11 a.m. Cumnock— 1st Sunday in each month at 3 p.m., and5ih Sunday at 11 a.m. (hc) Amaroo— 1st and 3rd Suiiiiavs at 3, also 4th Suuday of alternate months at 3 Garrn— 2nd and 4th Sunr.:iy;= n^i month at 3, and also in moonlight sv'ifqh »t 7.30 Beri— 3rd Sunday in each juonta at :$ Euchareena third Sunday in each mouth at 11 J Obley— 4th Sunday in January, March | May, July, September and November at 10.30 I Balderodgery— Same days as Obley al 3 I J. Alldir. KOM AN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow : First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sunday in each month, Moloiiy Third Sunday in each mouth, Cuninock Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Majjildra During the summer months, namely from September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August incl...
Bocobble. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
[?] \ (5^Mtfeal^t30HKBSP0NDENt.l 3?a» annual |-i^nic in connection with tbe Public School was held on Friday, «fcea,tKe&:ii^4n; attendance of hfr tweed three or four hundred, visitors came i from Bed Hill, Molong, Amaroo, Bumbury, Gregra, Ga rra and The Shades. The day was dull, but that did notpreverSt the parents and friends attending. Many interesting events aujji/ van u»y a ousy one irom start to finish. Tbe boys had a shooting corn petition, which was ratber severe on the young folk ; target 15in by 9in, distance 76 yards, standing, no rest allowed. This was won by Ben Pocknall, with a score of 11 out of 25, and Harold Peacock was a good second. The rope quoit match for girls proved an exciting event, Flo Langdon and Laura Cole scoring the same points ; in the throw off tbe former won. Pinning tbe tail on tbe donkey created much amusement, and was won by Alice Lemon, who nearly succeeded in placing the tail in its customary place, while others pinned it on his ears or l...
The Bike. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
The Bike. — 0 — We have received a complaint to the effect that many of the local youthful aspirants to bicycle fame totally dis regard all rubs and by-laws regulating this description of street traffic. It is said they neglect to carry lights, and that tbeir weakness for ' scorching ' in the main thoroughfare and flashing around corners will vet culminate in serious consequences. If this is not an over-drawn picture, it behoves the authorities to take steps in the direc tion of preventing its recurrence before anything serious does result. Cyclists have no more right to infringe the Jaw than equestrians, to the [ extent of. endangering life and limb. There is plenty of room on the out- I skirts for ambitious riders who may desire to lower the world's record I without sprinting in the streets. Moreover, it is no easy matter to dodge a bicycle when ' he has it all on' and the machine is in rapid flight. The most active of us cannot be sure of doing so on every occasion ; and I how th...
Molong M. R. Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
Moloiig iU.K. Rifle Club. A jiektim; of the Molong Mounted Rifles Rifle Club was held in the Drill Hall on Saturday evening. Present :— S.S.M. J. Daly (chair), S.M. D. Ball, S.F. H. Cady, Troopers T. Ball. G. Ball, S. Ball, H. Woolbank, and E. V. Silk. On the motion of S.M. Ball, seconded by Trooper S. Ball, it was decided to vote £10 from the Club's funds for December quarter's prize money. Proposed by Trooper S. Ball, seconded by Trooper Silk that handicaps be limited to 05 points. It was decided to award Mr. W, Daly's trophy to the member making the most bull's eyes in the best two scores during tbe quarter's shooting. Mr. J. G. .Donaldson's trophy will be given for the best aggregate of lour day's shooting up to the end of March quarter, 1903, aud S.M. Ball's trophy will be awarded to the member making the most possibles, at either range, during the pro sent quarter. Lieutenant-Colonel Smith presented a cheque of £28 towards the Club's funds as a donation ; also a cheque of £9 a...
Bathurst Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
JBatliurst Competitions. Mb. C. R^ Pickwuktii, manager of the Singer Coy., sends us along particulars of the Musical and Literary Competition to be held at Bathurst on 10th. 11th, 12th and 13th November, and for which 1650 entries have been received. There will be two Band Contests, in which 10 Bands of 270 performers will take part. Eleven Choirs (660 performers) it is announced will compete in the two Choral Contests, in addition to which there will be brass quartettes, cornet solos, vocal solos, male and children choruses, also 185 piano and violin solos. Another great attraction will be the Grand Street Parade by. Com- bined Bands, and on Friday evening (on .the Show Ground) a Grand Concert by the winners of various Competitions.
HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902
HANDICAPS. Handicaps for December Quarter : — S.S.M. Daly, Trooper T. Ball, scratch ; S.M. D. Ball, Saddler G-. Ball, F.S. H. Cady, Troopor S. Ball, Corporal Quinh, 1 : Trooper H. Woolbank, 2 ; Trooper H. Williams, Lance-Corporal Peck, 4 ; Lance Corporal Neville, Troopers H. Sufctoo, W. C. Williams, B. J.Miilgate, H.Garlick aud G. Murray, fi : Trooper C. Gosper, 7 ; Sergeant Rubie, Troopers J. Collins, W. Wilson, J Irvine and E. A. Gosper, 8 ; Trooper W. Irvine, 9 : Troopers E. Silk, J. Leathern. S.S. E. Pike, 10 ; Troopers E. V. Silk, A. G. Gosper and C. Toohey, \i) : Trooper M. Quinu, 20. As the annual musketry course and four whole day parades take place in December, all the Club prize shootings for December quarter have been fixed for October and November — three days in each month, the best two shootings (with each day's handicap) added to count for prizes.