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

V^^^^^^^Hr ALL SUNDKIES IN STOCK5' Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d fjlff^ ™°B0'' *^|P| ^. ^^ffl^P'^ MTry one of my Kliwimstlic 13s, an/' 25s* ' iir=^'-*^^^ wll B WALTHAM and ROTHERHAM Lever Watches. eSll«s for Rneutnatism. 3s each. ffi^ /^^^^^Jiff Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames i^tttotaMMi^&fi^a^ Spectacles from Is to 35s. AH Latest Designs in Brooches. \S I Oh Large Stoclc of peett* ChRrms^ W a'd Go'd Crosses to choose from. GOLD LINKS, any Dress, Engagement, J Dmgn from i2/o pair Wedding & Keeper Kings Cry one of my renowned NICKE1* - Watches at 21s. ' jever Movement and non-magnt- a tic. Cases screw together. ! One year Guarantee. - _^_^^ _^^ ^^ Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, I7t M ? 'k IE. BLAOKADDEB, novembeTtheTirsti 'Wait For it. ? ^1^ ? ? Saturday, November 1st, MATTHEWS & 0RADU£Y WILL START THEIR NEW CASH SYSTEM. IS* Don't Forget to '=====-=»=» Shop on NOVEMBER 1st at Matthew, & itrailK , » and ever after. -- ? ZtsTju w ? SPRING & SUMME...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOOTING RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

SHOOTING RESULTS. Result of first day's (Saturday, October 18} shooting for December quarter's prizes :— 500yd GOOy Toti Trooper H. Woolbank 32 25 57 Trooper T. Ball ? 28 25 53 TrooperS. Ball ? 26 27 53 F.S. H. Cady ? 26 24 51 S.M. D.Bali ? 31 18 49 Trooper B. Millgate ? 28 14 42 Trooper W. Wilson ? 24 II &5

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

[?] TotWEditorot^evASoiis.- ,. Sib,—I wish ~*X *Se 4fflll^l*Is^IB^®1 moment-to oorr^t-;^lslttp^:MpBJ»8t6n relative to the petU|o)iUpiow|5op i'topp* for tbereleaee^f jny%^|h'er,^e^n^|it Witton. The pefttio'n referral g» {and now already eigned |y over ^000 persons), is still in course of signfttjire in all the States, and hi*ss never heeh completed, and, of course, has not yet been presented to His' Majesty.1 Some confusion has arisen owing to the fact that a private petition, signed only by the parents and other relatives of Lieutenant Witton—10 persons in all— was sent to England prior to the Coronation, and it is this private, limited and informal request that has been refused. That refusal will, I hope, only make more evident the necessity of a united appeal on the part of the Australians in the form now in circulation, and which, I trust, will soon be supported by suob a number of signatures as to have weight with the Advisers of the Grown.— Yours, &c, E. W, WITTON.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

CRUMBS. . ? » Drought continues. Crops withering off. Very little hay expected. Oats Gin high coming into ear. The outlook anything but good. Big blaze in Sydney on Monday. Estimated damage exceeds £10,000. Dr. Boss has been lashing the Ministry. Business men complain of the slackness | of trade. :| The Garra Methodist Tea Meeting re- i suited in a profit of £15 10s. | Oranges are being sold in Grafton at If one penny per dozen. if Our Toby got back to Sydney alright, a and looks well. % One-fifth of the married couples in If France hare no children. -'I Four and a-half gallons of spirit can be 1 made from a bushel of corn. 1 Mr. B. J. Lee (Vice-President) has 1 donated 30s to the local Cricket Club. I Attorney-General Wise had a grand old 1 time in the Mudgee district last week. ;| Lieutenant Bill's win in the Caulfield 1 Cup did not suit the palate of local sports. I The Railway Commissioners have de- j clined to further reduce the rates for 1 starving stock. | A Vienna doctor is ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

I GiftAT * REIiy GTIONS I s Sixty All Wool Parramatta MEN'S ^ SUITS! 7CT*© Pick of theJSIUIs T Price at the Mill, 30s. Mm be Sold at NEILSON'S at 27s 6d a Suit. A Beautiful Line in Usual Price £2 10s. Will be Sold at Neilson's at £1 19s 6d. Please Inspect these Suits before buying Elsewhere. Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits I Usual Price 23s. Will be Sold for « Is Gel. Hundreds of other Tip-Top Suits from 17s 6d to £2 5s. ^^SUITS TO MEASURE.-^** Style, Fit, and Finish Cannot be Beat. Prices fW-xxx 37s 6d to£4. Visit the Glasgow Stores and see my Up-to-date Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, FURNITURE and GROCERIES which can be bought at -^^BEDROCK PRICES. *|©HN NEILSON, ?vfy/'. ' GLASGOW STORES, ? Ifc^Mi^STll, MOLONG.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In the Early Days. Dunn's Capture and Escape from Gaol. III [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

InthTMiyDavs. % Dunn's Captnre and Escape from Gaol, [?] '&.*''. ?:: ??.--=!. V HosIII. ? .: ?'? : ., ' In my fe Wntribution I left Dunn after . hehaci'lcoeeaedinelaaing the Walgett ? v.. ' policy who bad gone to M^hail's station ? diBSqifled as cattie buyers to arrest the : outlaw, who had been located in a camp v on the station, but who got away on a fleet ? ? ttone jns% ' as : the troopers came t-n the scene. On the evening following his «8oape Dunn called :mt -Collumbarrawong sndliadapot of tea. It was currently reported that Dunn had gone over to join Thunderbolt, whose deeds on the other aide of the colony caused his name to be heralded throughout the length and breadth of the land. However, as the outlaw rode up, to Major Station, and passed on' to Inglega, where he camped ior the night, he fell in with a half -caste who was gazetted wanted. This was the redoubtable ' Yellow George,' who some time before had- stolen a mob of cattle and disposed of them to some butcher...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

NOTICE. TpAKE Notice that after this date any JL person or persons found Trespassing, Shooting, or Bunting on my property will be prosecuted according as the law directs. . D. MOON. ' Euthville,' Little Eiver, ' 2nd October, 1902. LOOK 1_I . IP YOU WANT A GOOD FITTING SUIT Maae from the Best material, call and see W. HARRIS, IN BANK-STREET, Where Only tfirst-class Workmen are employed. ALL orders are executed on the Premises where a selection can be made from all classes of Goods of the most modern patterns. I have now in stock a Splendid Assortment of Materials suitable for the present season, and can turn out in first class style Trousers, from 17s 6d Suits, from ... £3 3s Remember, lam the only Praotioal Tailor id town. I give a Perfect Pit, and guarantee J all Goods well-shrunk and all Garment! 1 Hand-made. rm Those desirous of obtaining a. M ? Cheaper class of Clothing -M (similar to that supplied by local ? -1 Storekeepers) should call and ~4 see my range of Patterns. »The. ? ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Her Son's Life Saved by Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reniedy. ?? — o— :: 'A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Gholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when my son ma suffering with severe cramps and, was given up. as beyond hope by. -.my regular, physician, who stands high in his profession. After administering three doses of it, my son regaiued consciousness and recovered pntirelv within twenty-four hours, says Sri Mary Ha}ler, of Mt. Crawford. Va., T7.S.A. Thi&Jemedv is for sale by H. \\ Jlacord, Chomwt, Molpng. JTlontTime of Suff^ihg. i Tl£|tJGHT REMEDY A/T£R i ilANY FAILURES. Th« Case of Mrs. E. H RRISON. (BIT A SIDNEY RKrORTRR ) The value of expert knowledge in fhe various pursuita of life is readily admitted by Mis. JCuuna Harrison, of No. 19, Little Bloomnehl -street, Surry Hills, who stated to our reporter t hat by occasional practical ?sympathy and intelligent help we may greatly assist our nei(r-ib[-itrs, aud promote the prosperity of the di...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cumnock. P. A. & H. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Cumnock. P. A. & H. ASSOCIATION. The first meeting of the present com mittee was held on Friday last, when there was a large attendance* Mr. W. Black (V.P.) occupied the chair, and there were also present : Messrs, 3. H. Young, J. W. McDonnell, C. Miller, W. T. Sherringhani, J. G. Sherringham, W. Job, A. 3. Finch, J. Leary, N. J. Miller and W. L. Boss (Secretary). The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed, and tbe correspond ence read was received. Accounts against the Sooiety were presented fay J. Leary rent ofk Hall, B. J. Baker printing and advertising, M. Leathern ditto, and they were passed for pay ment. Tbe Societies' Union reported that the Dubbo Spciety has disqualified Thomas Corney from exhibiting or riding for 2 years, for tearing ribbon „? affixed to his horse by the stewards . andior using offensive language^ | The meeting ^ndprsed i^he Jfft^tfMj^MS. ' ' Tbe question of retainifig|bfe|«ws0nt Secretary or getting a oneaper one was settled by the Chairman...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Molong Tennis Club. NO. 1 TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Molong Tennis Club. NO. 1 TOURNAMENT. On Wednesday afternoon the first round in the Tennis Tournament commenced, with the following results. Play will be resumed to-morrow :— Miss D. Castle and Mr. W. Coach (20) beat Miss M. Clarke and Mr. G. Mullaly (aoratcb).-100-65. Miss B. Black and Mr. C. Meyers (20) beat Miss Clarke and Mr. E. G. Wiseman. -100-97.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

First Aid. — o — A letter was recently, received by Mr. Thomson, M.P., from the Minister for Works, iu reply to a request: that the officer in charge of the Harbor Works at Harrington and Crowdy Quarry might be furnished with necessary materials for rendering first aid to persons who were seriously injured by accidents. The Minister has approved of the material being supplied to all the works where they fire in such isolated positions to make such provision necessary, and steps are being taken for this to be , done. The above is a good move and night be extended to every outlying police station where no, medical man's services are .available. ? . I Do you know that J. EL CAMPBELL (late of Singer Company) has -opened a Store in 1 Bank-street, opposite the Commercial Bank ? Give the new man a trial.* '

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our New Sergeant. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

? Our Hew Sergeant. As briefly announced in last issue, Sergeant Cusack will be succeeded* at Molong by Senior-Constable Hicks, concerning whom the Gulgong Adver tises says : — ' On Tuesday morning last Senior-Constable Hicks received ft wire from Sub ? Inspector D'Arcy, notifying him of bis promotion to the raua oi oecgeaut ui jrouoe, ana aiuu of bis intended removal to Molong. Tbe Advertiser congratulates him on his well-deserved promotion, but we are very sorry to hear of bis intended removal. We would have liked Ser geant Hicks to have got his promotion and have been still left in charge of the Gulgong Station. During his' short stay here, comprising twelve months, be has earned for himself the goodwill of everybody. We ate sure that -when the Sergeant leaves Gulgong he will carry the good feeling of many friends away with him. We have every reason to believe that tbe Sergeant will depart from Gulgong on Friday week.' The Adve&tiser also says : — In Sergeant Hicks - leav...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Molong Council. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

[?] ?Mfflm8ffliM&\\ -^ ?- ,j |Phg^tee^o|i|l^ meeting were r«ad and confirmed. ;,-; ; Inward correspondence comprised letters from the Department! iiands. notifyibg resumption of 2 roods 24 perctj^ of land at : West Ettd lv;f*O»n Railway Commissioners , re blocking of Euchareena crossing, and stating that arrangements had been made whioh would obviate blocking in future. — ? Received. GASWORKS REPORT. The Gasworks report for September was read, showing a surplus of £11 10s 7d on the month's working. — Re- ceived on the motion of Aid. Taylor, seconded by Aid. Cole. i.o.n's. report. The Inspector of Nuisances reported inter alia that things generally were satisfactory, and few complaints. Lately there has been a lot of rubbish deposited on an allotment of Aid. Grarlick's, adjoining Mr. C. William son's property at East Molong. But ' this will be stopped at once, the same having been done unknown to and against the wish of Aid. Garliok. The Chairman said the Inspector had done q...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cudal. (From a Correspondent.) PING PONG TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Cudal. (From a Correspondent.) PING PONG TOURNAMENT. On Wednesday and Thursday of last week the second Tournament organised by the School of Arts was played off, the final (prize, gold medal with inscription) being won by Mr. Bert Parker off the 5 mark— a player well able to hold his own among the champions of the West. The Ladies' Tournament lapsed owing to in sufficient entries. The attendance of spectators poto, nights was large, the result proving a financial success. Mr. Sr GK Earngey acted as referee with every satisfaction. The star nomination gamo was played which gave the loser (if he chose) a second chance. Scores : — First Round.— S. Stuckey 25 forfeited to B. Parker 5, R Gavin scratch beat H Carman 20, K. Gavin 25 beat J. S. Parker 20, S. G. Earngey 25 beat W. Beetson 30, S.Taylor 20 forfeited to V. Carman 25, J. Jenkins 30 beat J. Landauer 30, A. ' Carman 5 beat H. A. McGuinness 30. Second Round.— Roy Gavin beat Ken Gavin, B. Parker beat A. Carman, V Canaan beat J. Jenk...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P. & A. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

P. & A. SOCIETY. A meeting of the P. & A. Society was held on Saturday evening, when the balance Bheet for the past year was read and adopted.

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

mmmmmm1 Loss of Appetite. Indigestion. Impure Blood. Severe Headaches. ' i,' . ^£'-'X'-tt.S, JSV^'S^ '?&*?-. Marian Pascop, of Christ n^i^^^^^^^^'^**^'*'*^**-*** cliurch, Now Zcalam!, .vends h piiqto ''?'u ^ ^'^^^w'1' My food rested heavy ou uiystoin * « * 1 ;Y$ ^* S^^^S^^^Pit ? ac^* * *osfc ^ appetite and rapidly *'**'/^V Vj/t- ^^^^j^^^m'*' ^ww TTcak. My blood became im ? 1 1 1/ ^, / . ^5^ jftffiff - *-*'V ^Sl^^Bf * ' P11*0 an^ * liad almost constant l-jrilli X^lm^-y'Mil: headache. I was so nervous I hardly ^*^^^^mj»Qp^j» V*5^* M}^\ Rested tliat I try Ayer's Sarsapa tf^^^HBlKlSc^^ni^''-^' ^fy' * ri^a' ^hicli I uid, and only a few jjgffyV^^^^^jHM^fi'^^V *** ?' bottles made me strong and hearty ?' jHHyfwfSSjflHBpHa^*^* again. My little boy began to com- . H^M^jflPPffiasS|£5^ M plain, said he was all tired out, ^K^B^Sf/// i^iiiS^iJ j*j( ' co0^ no* plaF- nor do anything. : I^^Hm' MmW^^^v^^^S^ an^ languid. I tried the Sarsapa HHH/f .,. - /.jjBfiHBMpK^fiN^^ ^1 rilla on him also, ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Useful Hints. — o— If jam or jelly is boiling over, put a piece of butter in it, and it will stop directly. A well-beaten egg is a great addition to a dried apple pie, giving lightness and a good flavour also. A table8poonful of turpentine in the clothes boiler will whiten the linen, re move stains, and save fatigue to the laundress. Flour is also very cleans ing, but it must be rinsed out of the material afterwards. To take the pain from a cut finger — before binding up, dip the finger in turpentine ; this takes away all sore ness, and causes the cut to close and heal rapidly. To clean real lace pin the lace on white notepaper, sprinkle thickly with magnesia. Leave for a few hours covered, then shake well, and it will appear as new.

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Amaroo. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

UMP^ i^;i;iiiGiii^WliiiferioN.^ .' It Thb regular monAIy meeting of the f ? r above was beld on Weaoeeday evening &*'- ^S^I^Wi^J^w^3 feom Wr N.S.W. Water Conservation League:— m ^i^Nfi^i&:^;l«*w^HBh';51bu on .the all-, ^^l^^pnSdlisfei io view of its . : tir|^ncy;joar immediate assistance in - loriniiig a eimilar Branch League in : ypttr diBtriot. A circular letter has oeen sent to the Members of both HouBes of Parliament and all govern ing and associated bodies, with the following resolution -i— ? 'That at a meeting of the N.8.W. Water Gon eervation Iieagoe, held at Forbes on Tuesday, 23rd instant, it. was decided to form Branch Leagues throughout ' tbe State for the purpose of assisting in presenting a gigantic petition, urging upon the Government the vital necessity of Water Conservation in order to prevent a repetition of the present year's drought/ The fore goisg hasihe onanimous approval of all olasBes in this district. The gravity of out national condition in t...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Dairying Industry. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Tlie l^alryliftg Industry. '-'?-..-r-0 — \- ? ' .-; To the Editor of the Abgus. Sib,— I am forwarding you a packet of the much-spokeo-of 'Paspalum Dilata tum ' grass seed. This has proved such a boon in many parts that I asked the Minister for Agriculture to BUpply me with a small packet of seed with the view of introducing the grass into this district. I specially recommend this grass for our district. Seed may be had from seeds men, aud for experimental plots it is well to sow in beds and transplant when ready. 1 also enclose a small packet or Faspalum Yirgatum, and also Stipa Micrantha. Milk supplies at fill centres have in creased very well during the past few weeks. I intend to commence ice-making next week. — Yours, &c, J. SEABL. Molong Butter Factory, October 22.

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Religious Memoranda. BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

[?] M0mv^mmmm^ ^ {?::? ' - ''. '?'::? October 26.— MflQildra at II, Bocobble ' at 3, and GTegra at 7330, by the Eev, W. Colier. :---s*«A?-1S^;vA '*-. ?

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