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

eXiU-r. nipy niij\n:,\ ii-nvin^ Hit s|ij;lit,i.Kt (-iuii of C(i|pj inj; on tl-c oiii;iiiiil. II. k- «)is n liniilimle of Ml!-, you n-nrl out-, of /'-iIitr, rcc-ijii', liank checks. It leaves no raviii: -» iiiii'L-rti in m.-uk. Inn n t raring Ui.it, ii of mil rl.;ir.r than thf original. I'oni i's trs:inionv there ca?i lie no ap]n;a!. 11 will *nve any liouse or family imiali money 1-3- Its in.* t imialiic1 riconl. There is no in.in or woman, professional or not, who would not at some time or other find THE PEN CARBON' LETTER BOOK A True and Valued Friend. For fullest particulars, price, cf n., write tothe sole Agents for Australia: E. RJCH & CO,, LTD., SYDNEY BRISBANE MostWelcomeWeddingSiH SIMPLE^^^ ^STRONG ||g« SILENT^^'^^PEEOY ^^ 'MOTHER'S MACHINE,' WITH IMMTlMraOVCMCNT*. Lightest Running, Easiest Managed ORCATLT AIDS DOMESTIC BLI8S, THES1NGER MANUFACTURING CO. OFriocs in evenv crrv in thb wonLD,tIncotP^ Western District Office ; HOWICK STREET, BATHUR3T' Local Agent: F. SYDE...

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

Bumbuiy. f|§ - fFfiOM OUE OWN COEBESPONDBNT.I I Si Sdmmee appears to have dawned sud denly iipon as, the heat; the last lew days being most oppressive and its effects are plainly visible on crops, Ac. Although we have been favored latterly with a few nice showers, a good down pour is required to make water and otnerwise satisiy our wants. Some of the shearing sheds here have ' cut out,' and though the clip is light the quality is A.I. I notice that Mr. A. Parker has the material on the site where be intends erecting a store, and I believe building operations are about to be commenced at an early date. Service was held here in the Church of England on Sunday last, Mr. Wiltson, L. Reader, of Cudal, preach ing to a large congregation. We'd like to know by whose author ity a great part of the stock routes and C.E's. are enclosed, some within the Molong boundary and others very close to it, thereby debarring those for whom they were intended from going upon them. I remember but a short t...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Chronic Impecuniosity. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Our Cltroi-ic InigieciB nfosity* The financial position of New South Wales may be roughly summed up thus : — It uses up about £1,400,000 worth of its public lands every year for revenue purposes — that is the amount it receives from the absolute sale of lands *, and it can't keep square. It uses about £1,000,000 a year of loan money as revenue — that is to say, it uses that amount for works, patches and repairs which are not in any sense productive of income ; and it can't make its accounts look solvent even after that. It has an income tax (first collected in 1896) 'which, though far below the British figure, is still' a reasonably large source of income, and it seems more bankrupt than ever. It has a reasonably heavy land tax (first collected in 1897), and the deficit arrives just the same It has a respectable, though not exorbitant, scale of death-duties, and it hasn't made ends meet any better since the increase than before. It has a yiery large customs revenue (greatly increase...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVOCATION OF RESERVE FROM ANNUAL LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

REVOCATION OF RESERVE FROM ANNUAL LEASE. No. 22,«82 from annual lease, notified 31st August, l&tq, county Ashburnham, parish Bell, containing an area of about 20 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on the left bank of Moloug Creek,, at the north-east corner of portion 3; and bounded thence by the north boundary of that portion and a north boundary of por tion % west to a point south from the south-west corner of portion 39 ; thence by a line north to that corner ; thence by the south boundary of portion 39 east to f.lio lf-f*f. lvinir rt-p flirt ATnlrm** f~Vrtrtl. ».£A..~ said : and thence by that bank of that creek upwards, t© the point of commence ment. Note.— Included in reserve 35,032 from license and lease, notified this day.

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

Gazette Notices. SURRENDERED ABEA. County Ashburnham. parish Bell, 172 acres. Note. — Included within Reserve No. 35,031 from sale (No. 35,032 from license and lease for travelling stock and camping), notified this day (21st October).

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

RESERVE FROM SALE. Reserve from Sale for Travelling Stock and Camping.— No. 35.031. county Ash buniham. parish Bell, containing an area of l'.Kj acres. Note.— Includes part of Water Reserve 702, notified 10th May, 1H7-5. revoked this day, and is reserved from lease and license generally as No. 35,032. notified this day.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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RESERVE FROM LICENSE AND LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

RESERVE FROM LICENSE AND LEASE. Reserve from License aud Lease gener ally for Travelling Stock and Camping.— No. 3Ji.03:_\ county Ashbiirnljani. parish Bell, containing an area of about 193 acres. Note.— Includes part of Water Reserve 70^, notified 10th May, 187G, revoked this day. and is reserved from sale as No. 35.031 notified this day.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong Jockey Club. Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

[?] Committee Meeting* A MBETma of the committee of the above was held at Bradford's Post Office Hotel oq Saturday afternoon, ^ffhen there were present : — Lieutenant Colonel Smith (President), Messrs. B. 3. Lee, L. N. Smith, J. McGroder, sen., A.D. Millar, J. F. Wynne, W. 0. Bennett and the Secretary (Mr, J. McGroder, jun.) The Chairman said they had met to consider the report of the subcom mittee appointed to inquire into the beBt method of improving the pourse. A difference of opinion' existed as to whether they should shift the course or keep to the present one and cut away the hill leading into the straight. However, it was for the committee to say what was best to be dune. A long discussion ensued, during which it appeared that the only seri ous objection to the existing track was the hill at the turn into the straight. Eventually Mr. L. N. Smith moved that the course remain as at present and that the hill be cut away. Mr. Millar seconded. Mr. McGroder moved as an amend ment t...

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

Important and Reliable News — That you can obtain a Nickel Keyless Moeri Lever Watch, Don-magnetic, railway dial, cases screw together, and a guarantee for one year, all for 20s at E. BLACKADDER'S, Jeweller, jtfplong. The wash-tub presents a phase of Social life wbioh is Jittle onderetood by the Male Section lot* the Commanityt bat which; nevertheless, is almoBt as important *faotor in modern life as the Baker's Troagh. The WomM Folk Enow all about it, and will understand that the moBt important adjunct to the wash-tab is GOOD SO^P 1 And it is in the Soap thai we propose to effect the Reform. There are so many Soaps on the Market that one is inclined to take any that is . offered rather than be bothered making a~ selection. This is a mistake, for there bra Soap on the market which, as well as snaking Washing Easy, will last far longer than other brands. Save Your Energy and Yonr Pocket by buying Soap Branded with this Trade Mark :— '^^ TRADE ^^k Surprise I SueprisE 1 Brand. ^k mark,...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Annual General Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 24 October 1902

Annual General Meeting. After a short adjournment, during which tbe news of Lieutenant Bill's success in the CaulfieW Cup was made known, the Annual General Meeting was called on. Lieutenant Colonel Smith occupied the cbair, and there were also present: — Messrs. L. N. Smith, B. J. Lee, J. F. Wynne, J. McGroder, sen., J. G. Donaldson, S. D. Bennett, C. Leathern, F. Bradford, A. D. Millar, W. C. Bennett, and the Secretary (Mr. J. McGroder, jun.). PRELIMINARY. The President said they bad met to decide whether it would be advisable to hold races at Christmas or not. Of late they had many acquisitions to the districts, in the way of sporting men — ; Mr. H. S. Carr, of Cardington, Mr. W. Willmott, and others— and he was sure the Club would extend the right band of fellowship to those he had mentioned, for sporting men were in variably ' jolly good fellows.' They would also have to elect officers for the ensuing twelve months. ELECTION OF OVFICBES. President— Lieutenant-Colonel C. Smith. ...

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Molong's Member. IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Dr. Ross and the Lands Department [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. l}y ' . , .'A ; f Dr. Ross and the Lands Department SwsakiNO in the House r|cently Dr.j . fe ' EbB3 Bftid, ih ft jgeh|rii a^^rf^n th$ : T. Government and its Mipsters : — In regard to land matters, Bean give an illustration in my distriot of how the Department of Lands is imposing upon the , men who are honorable and honest, and who desire to settle on the soll.' Last week I had an interview with the Secretary for Lands and also with his colleague, the hon. member for Durham, with regard to an application sent in by two selectors in my district named Taber and Irvine. I cannot put my hand on the papers at the present moment, but I can give an outline of the case from memory. Only a few days back I put a question on the business paper with 'a view to ascertain tbe area of the Burdett Gold-field Reserve in the county of, Asbburnham, and the Goodrich Gold field Reserve in the county of Gordon. In thie Burdett Grold-field Reserve there is an area of some...

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Weather Forecasting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Weather forecasting-. — o — The Minister for Education, iu reply to a series of questions by Dr. Ross, said the Government Astronomer had supplied him with the following infor mation : — The weather departments of different countries were isolated. They were complete in their own countries, but they bad not combined, owin*? to the liuavv cost of forecast ? o - -t ? ? ? — ' — ''D for tbe world. New South Wales was the only country where the weather was forecasted years in advance, as he had done since early in 1901. Two clerks — Mr. Hunt, £300; Mr. Wilson, £200— and two boys at £52 each, were engaged in tho work. Inland there were 31 meteorological stations. They were established to determine climatic conditions ; latterly they had furnished observations for the weather forecasting. Of the forecasting ,92 per cent, were correct. A great num ber of careful observers regularly studied the forecasts, and thanked him for the success of the forecasts. New South Wales meteorological statio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

' ? - , / . Enowall about it, and will understand that tho most important adjunct 3,:i yV » 'j j 1 to tbewasb-tubis 1.. U- ' ? - ' ' V i And it is,in the Soap that we propose to-effect the Reform. There are so manyBoapsontheMarket that ode is inclined to take any that is offerM rather than be bbthered makinK a seiecfion.Thlsisa mistake, , for there iB ia, Soap on the market which, as well aB making Washing EaBy, will last far longer than other brands. Save Your Cinergy ana Your Pocket by buying .Soap Branded with 'th^Tra'' Mark:— j^Aiicksfor ^ I Surprise I Surprise 1 Brand. mark* dr j m m mm w ? Agent for Molong; JA$, HA8LAM, Australian Stores. Pbopwetob. Breeder, Exhibitor, Importer and Exporter of all the principal varieties of VO#LI and DVCKi, BETWEEN 20 AND SO IN NUMBER. Prize Winner with mostly all the following Varieties at the Batburst, Dubbo, Orange, Wellington arid Forbes Shows. Light and Dark Brahmas; Buff, Cartridge, and White Cochins ; Langshan ; Dorking, Brown and White...

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Death at the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

l-eallkat«liefllo«|»ital. 'WiiAiiA.ii Burns, aged 27, oldest son of the late John Burns, Bocobble, died at Molong Hospital Thursdaylast. Deceased had been working on McUuiloch's Buokin bah Station for the past five years. The remains were taken to the residence of Mr. H. . Ward, Gregra, on Friday, and subsequently to Cudal where interment took, place in the CJ3. portion of the cemetery. Rev. W. Taugnan Rose read the burial service. Mr. R. Cole, of Gregra, carried out the funeral arrange ments. -/? : ?-

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Crown Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

local market pricks Ouaalrepprtsa rainfall since Fri , day last ol 77pfc»nts. .. -jeejinay nowbe4 obtained at the ? M^b^Batter Factory. See advt. Bp nc aboat BOO bales of this sea son's wool have reached the local railway-station. Oar office defril ' tips ' Abundance to via the Derby from Bienzi and Strata Florida. ' Twenty-two passengers 16ft Molong for Sydney by the excursion train on Tuesday tiignt. ??,( An important sale in the estate of tbelateBobert Shield will be adver tised shortly* - Mr. Searl informs us that the milk supply at the local factory is increas ing atefdiiy. Sergeant Charles 8. Hicks has been appointed Inspector of Slaughter hooses for Molong. ' fieports fro-m the country districts show that serviceable rains have fallen over a large area. Shearing (by maohines under con tract) will commence at Mr. M' Mahon's Amaroo Station on 6tb November. Very little starving stock fodder is now coming forward, so Mr. Station master Rae informs us. Annual Lease granted : — Rob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] A son and heir t Congratulations, , Constable Johnstone. It IfW i Hospital Committee meeting 00 Mondayiveuing next. - I Mr.Kidd says the Dairies' Bill jwiijj save the 'industry iu this State. , ../? Tumut blacks say tbe iupvenl0iQll of waterfowl aud ants indicate a flood. Entries for tbe principal events at Cumnock Races close on Wednesday next with the FWrfltarv. Mi*. Oldham. Mr. J. W. Kinghorn, auctioneer, will hold a sale at Cudal on Saturday, 8th November. See advt. Our Gregra correspondent reports a beneficial fall of rain during tbo week — about 60 points generally. Mr. Joseph White has been gazetted a Trustee of Molong -Common vice Q. Bennett, deceased. Tuesday next, November 4, is the last day for lodging applications for auctioneers' licenses. ^ In Jim March anil Jim Miller, Cumnock Cricket Club bas two bowlers above the ordinary average. . No hawkers' licenses are to be granted to Asiatic or African hawkers in Queensland after this year. Tbe Pope is tbe owner of a pear...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

A shipment of pure American - Spanish merino sheep has just been imported from America to the order of E. Webb & Co., of Bathurst. Dalgety & Co. notify passengers booking for South Africa that they are no longer called upon to produce permits to enable them to land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

CUMNOCK JOCKEY CLUB RACES. Saturday, 15th Nov. OFFICIALS : P.vriioN : G. Bruce, Esq. Fkmsiiif.nt : John Leary. Esq. Vhk-Pkf.sidkms : W. T. Sherringham and John Butler, Esqs. Jritci; : S. P. Reynolds. Esq. Staktkk : S. Reilly, Esq. Ci.i:hk ok Couksk : T. Whittaker, Esq. Ci.kkk (.if Scales : W. Austin, Esq. TiiKAsciiEU : J. McCormack, Esq. Haxdicaitkk : James Rose, Esq. Hon. Sue. : A. H. Oldham, Esq. Committkk : Messrs. J. W. McDonnell, J. Farr, Jas. Leary, Jas. Eggleston, J. Denny, P. Hogan, W. Tiernej', W. Reilly, A. Bra toil and S. Grimson. PROGRAMME. First Race to start at 1 2. '.Hi p.m. ( -:-ENING HANDICAP, of 6 sovs. : second horse. 1 so v. from prize. 6 furlongs. LUNCHEON. Second R;ice to start at 2 p.m. HACK SELLING RACE, of f- sovs., the winner to be sold immediately after the race for o sovs. : any surplus to go to the Club. 0 furlongs. Third Race to start at 3 p.ni. CUMNOCK JOCKEY CLUB HANDI CAP, of 10 sovs. ; second horse to re ceive 2 sovs. from prize. 1 mile. Four tli Ra...

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