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Gregra Items. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Gregra Items. w [From our own Correspondent.] Shearing has progressed favorably in this centre. Gheewong, the principal shed here, cut out on Tuesday last. The clip, though a trifle lighter than previous years, is very clean, and should realize a good price. The per centage of lambs is very small. The wheat crops are very backward, dnd in some instances dying for want of rain, but if good rain falls shortly there would be a little wheat. Hay will be out of the question. Several of our farmers have given orders for reapers and' binders (subject to can cellation), but the general opinion is the crop will not be high enough for the machines or even the ordinary reaper or mower. Many are the suggestions as to the best means of cutting for hay this season. Some suggest using sheep shears, but I fear this would prove very distressing on the back. However, an idea has just struck me which may be worked with good results. As the wind usually blows from the west or north-west during hay-maki...

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

Bottrnewood. ??-?? _?-.?:?. v?r^u.T'--jr -??'--?'??:?- - . ??? 'We were informed yesterday that the total receipts of the Baptist entertain ment held at Bourriewood last week amounted to £20, being made ;«p/!of the proceeds together with donations from friends. £15 were handed over to tbe Stipend Fund, and the balance will be devoted to improving the Church building.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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For Sale at Boomey. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

For Sale at Boomey. We have received for publication the following letter from Dr. Boss : — De- partment of Lands, Sydney, 18th October, 1902. — Sir,— Having refer ence to your application on behalf of W. H. Emerson, of Boomey, near Molong, I have the honor to inform you that the Secretary for Lands has approved of portion 149, parish of Boomey, county of Wellington, being offered for sale by auction, and the necessary steps towards that end will be taken forthwith. — I have the honor to be, &c, EL Curry, Under Secretary.

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

jmKKmmmm |p^v-- '^ :C.--- :-, vg*g-» ? ? buy|rodi't)^atiai^itt8ta8.^1ylj^^ gfc^' ?%};-- «-?.-?'--?.. ??????.'?. -??.-???' :.???-?-/?? saw wevgwlB t«o»#yoiifiqr eVery article is Ste'sV^I^P^!^.':^; iv 1-, .. . ?? faiUit^ino8tH^^a'^ataA^y4iW^ ilifi^^^^pnitti^aip^fet artistic, ' ?' r — . ' -?'v^ ^ aimS^laborately made kiodB. ; ~ ' ^ . I'^^'li^^l^y^S^iaRkw^NG-EOOM ' BUITE, with SUk Plash ^Cushions, - -:. gT; -v : ; :^^##lP^ttlpl^.'|^^*J^5rJb«*ao*, and Flower-stand to match— 8 pieces for £5 5 0 BAIL'S OOTTAaEDINiNG-EOOM SUITE, -Sideboard, Jwith Glass Back, '/'?.. ' :i: : : :' 0tolog Xable, 6 High-back Chain, 1 Arm' Chair, Spring-seated Coach, ', v--.: andpTormantelwithBevelPlates, complete ...... ., .. ... £9 9 0 HALL'S 6EDB0OM SUITE, DachesB Chest, with Glass attached, Marble-top 1 WaBh-fitaofly^owel-ml, Cane Chair, and Wardrobe, with Plate-glass t-,::.' r -;:; Doorandde|ep Drawer ...... .. .. .. ? .. £7 17 6 t ??'?.?' HALL'S FULL-SIZE HALF-TESTEE BEDSTEAD, with Brass Foot-rail, Set Beat...

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Pea Rifle Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Pea Kifle Reddest*. A sinuous accident happened at Cargo on Saturday, the victim being a boy named Harry Bead, sou of Mr. James Read, of Cargo. It appears that a party of young men were proceeding on a shooting excurstou, a ad one of number, Mr. Harry Green, fired at a bird on the road. Almost immediately after he saw his nephew (Harrv Bead) running towards home. It was after wards /liscovered that the boy had been wouuded by a bullet in the head. When Mr. Green tired at tbe bird the boy was not in night, and it is sup posed the bullet glanced off the ground - and struck the boy in tbe head. Tbe J little fellow was conveyed, to the ,. } Orange Hospital,- whe|B Dr. Bray ex- ' -; amined him and found that his skull '-' bad been fractured and splintered, but no trace of the bullet could be found. On Sunday Drs. Bra^ aud Godfrey operated on i the, patent and found it the _gd||^EM'^|iiier. *'Mije niimer pus MBpa|^h|'%mil^ ^ill join io tb?i?fih; ^r^heiwy^ijomplete and vvi ?Bpe^ysr^Brjf/f^...

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A Valuable Rum. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

[?] Bel^t^tUe^fc(^^?^^iitetiv«s of which JSfl^r^Si^iBeBwp^ 60% annual ram sale& Tie i»m*^f erred to was bred in Tasmat^iistBafilyCovisred all over with a long dense wool of sterling merits and was originally puronased by Mt. Hebden for 75;guiaea|?i:?WfAa-^v--: ''?'?,::. -?'??'. ':

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

ON THE TELEPHONE : of HM!!i°n?We ' ?eaBl ri°8 °P E- Blackadder,

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

ACCIDENT. An infant daughter of Mr. W. Green is seriously dl, haviue by accident eaten ahtfckmurdo tnatliappened to.be ou the floor. With care and attention the little sufferer will probably recover. '

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

THE OUTLOOK. l be weather still Jteepa very dry and herbage round about is drying nn fast

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

Harvesting on SiiiMlays. — 0 — Ha.uvi3ST1XG.oh Sundays, it is uot gener ally known, is a sacred duty, by order of Royalty and ' the whole bench of bishops.' But such is the case. Shortly after King Edward VI., of pious memory, ascended the throne, he held counsel with his secular and ecclesiastical advisers, and had drawn up thirty-six ' injunctions ' for the spiritual and moral guidance of his sub jects. In 1547 Boyal Commissioners were :.ent into all parts of the country ' with instructions to reform ' the manners of the people by seeing to it that the thirty six 'injunctions' were read ifrom all pulpits. Injunction 24 has the following : — That the holy-days, at the first begin ning, godly instituted and ordained, be wholly given to God. . . . Only, it shall oe lawful lor them {the people) in time of harvest to labour upon holy and festival days, and, so save that thing which God hath sent, and that scrupul ously to abstain from working upon those days doth grievously offeijjl Go...

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

§m^r: -V. ? ?? : - .?? tASDlfiALE. ;:: . Ten allotments in Section 50, village of ?:-, Manildra,&pnting Gudal, Duff, Loftue, ? , and Derowie Streets: areas lr 24p to 2r, ?will be offered for sale at the Crown Land Office, Holong, on Friday, 19th December, next. The upset prices range from £5 to £10.

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Cricket Match. GARRA v. RED HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Cricket Match. GABEA v. BED HILL. 3&e above teams met for a friendly match last Saturday, when the Garra players woo by 85 runs. Mr. H. Williams captained the Bed Hill players and Mr, A. Boardman the Garra men. A very nice luncheon was provided by Bed Hill. Following are the scores : — Bed Hill.— First Innings. a Williams ? ... 3 J. Attenborough ... ? 1 3. Mostyn ... ... ... ... 15 W.TVilfiams ? 1 B.P«nson ? 0 W.Allen ? 0 F. Atkinson ? 0 A-Townsend ? 8 SLHunt ? 7 F.Allen ? 2 F.GoBper ? 0 Sundries ? 4 41 . Second Innings. W. Williams ? 5 J. Mostyn ? 4 J. Attenborough ? 11 A. Townsend ? 8 E. Penson ? 0 H. Hunt ? 0 H. Williams ? U W.Allen ? 9 F. Atkinson ? 1 F.Allen ? 8 F. Gosper ? 0 sundries ? 5 « 85 Garea.— First Innings. S.Bubie ... ? 7 M. Brooks ? 16 J.Petrie ? „£ ' J. Beard ? ... ... *«*' A. Boardman ... .... ? ... '44 , B.Frogley... .„ .:. ... « D.Martin '...- ... ... ??? it- J. Sg^we ? '... ' ?» -J{ ?-?-? -: ': ' -t^^i0ti^i^ \jt0' ?'*.'.?? -^* '-'': - ' '' f^ton&...

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ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. SHERWIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

ORANGE STOCK MARKET. ' A. H. T. Shekwix's Report. Fat Cattle. — 08 yarded, chiefly middling quality bollocks by rail from Bourke. Best beef worth 32s Gd to 35s per 1001 bs. The Bourke lot of bullocks made £7 2s to £10 10a ; 1 stall-fed cow £12 10s ; others from £5 !ts to £G 7s for steers, and from £3 9s to £5 7s for cows and heifers. Fat Sheep.— 505 yarded, chiefly of middl ing quality, except about 20 crossbreds which sold from 18s Gd to 2Gs Gd ; good merino wethers 12s Gd to 14s : 70 mixed crossbreds and merinos sold at (is 2d ; 86 hoggets Gs to 7s Id S 50 crossbreds -Js 3d to 10s ; l'JO ewes 8s Id to Ss lid ; 87 crossbred hoggets Gs Id to 0s lid ; 4 hoggets 8s 3d. Store Sheep. —About 4,400 yarded, out of which about 3,300 were passed, sales being difficult to effect except at very low prices. Aged ewes in good condition, shorn, made 2s Gd to 2s lOd ; 2 tooths in the wool 4s lOd ; ewes in the wool 5s lOd : lambs in the wool 4s 4d; culls 3s Id to as 4d. ltoADS \xi- BuiDOEs.— A retu...

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Gazette Notices. SURRENDERED AREAS [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

^iiifi §»K, :i-^SSmaSk.i^ua- ?-: ?:f ' .'' ' The f«lioiwng|u^eideredar©ahaBbeen proclaimedCrpwnlaii(iB-— Part of portion ?&&??:- % potuaty^AsiAnrlfl^, pariBh Bell, 172

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LOCAL MARKET. MOLONG ARGUS Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

LOCAL MARKET. Moloxg Anatis O;1ice, Friday. Wheat— none offering Flour, £10 pei- ton Bran, £7 Pollard, £7 per ton Dairy Butter Is Od wholesale ; Is 1J retail Factory Butter, Is 01 wholesale ; Is 2d retail Honey, 4d to od. Bacon, 6d wholesale; lid retail Eggs, t)d wholesale; 101 retail Chciisc, Bodalla Id Chun', £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 9s to 10s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; -is retail

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LANDS SURRENDERED [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

rap?-.;-? : - '? -v-- -5-ii^:W^;-:w-. JC ?^^' ?? ? life ^'^BSfjSpl'i'^^ii surrendered, ana portion ^^?^??^l^^SraffiK-.Sn^fiie^iMune connty and pansh aUotted in exchange. ftsSy-'.»- - ? -?:-* .???'??? ?:?..-??? ,-?-??/.-????

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Commercial News. SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

? ? - .. ?'?'??? -j5£jJ5*s:s--*?' ? SYDNEY QUOTATIONSSB! Sydney. Thursday. Wheat, 5/ to 5/1 perliushel Maize, 6/.'*» to 6/G per bushel Oats, 3/8 to 3/9 Bran, 1/7 per bushel Pollard, 1/7 to 1/7$ per bushel Chaff, prime to £7 per ton. Lucerne, £4 to £5 5s. Potatoes, £G 15s to '£8 Eggs, /10 to 1/ Butter, 01/ to /Hi.

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The Cultivation of Currajong [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

The Cultivation of Currafong Mb. B. J. Page, of Canley Vale, ob tained from, the Hawkesbury Agricdl tnral College a few seeds of the curra jong tree for the .purpose of ma^in^_^ an experiment with this fodder tree ori -_* his property at Ganley Vale. The Bee^^^ came up inside of a couple of mojttiis of planting, and the young treee; which are now eighteen montbfr'old, have made splendid growth,' being about 7ft. high.

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Training Shepherd Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Training Shepherd Dogs. ? n ? ' ? The natives of New Mexico seem to :?: have an original way of training .:;?'? shepherd dogs. A pup is taken from ;? \ its mother as soon after birth as ;; ; possible (the breed of dog is immaterial). k The young of a sheep or goat is taken v away and the pup is substituted. ;; After the first few days the pup is | never fed except just before the flock gOSo «U pasture iu iuu uiurmug nuu juou ; ? after the sheep are brought in at night. : ? As soon as he can walk he goes out ' with the flock, and stays with it all day. Whenever he begins to anticipate supper by trying to drive the flock in before sundown he gets punished. After he is about a year old he takes a flock out, guards them from other dogs and coyotes during the day, and brings them in at the proper time at night without supervision. All kinds of temptations can be tried on any dog that is encountered in the hills with bis flock, but in spite of all he will remain faithful to his duty, driv...

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Is It True? [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

i»BM»SM pABKEsCHAMPioNi8'(creaiblyinforme|f !|H th^^le#^;;ia?*h^^ib^^^^H ?th^^r^iSa^^bard,j^nV:ppa^^^^ ^MI^IieMn^iurlngliiiip^^^ certainly dem&ndB investigation. Tb©^ geh1fleme^«dragr^ are ; paid to perform an ^^rjiiB$^ Jsii public duty—not to go to sleep.' -? ^?'?\yy*M

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