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Orange Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] Bros.,' Amaroo , at 2s lOd.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] Up to Wabesaay iast 881 doge had been regis teredat the local office. r u Tattersall '* h&s been encouraging some of bis Molong friends lately. ^ . 'Shearing staftB -at Mr. Dalton's Kangaropbie Station on Monday next. Reported tbatljarraa Lake lost BOO newly-shorn sb^ep on:, etiuay aigo® last. A young man with a slender salary should marry a girl with a very small ?waste. . ^ ^ r , ; _ ? Mrs. Constantino, wife of the police officer at Obley, is seriously ill with puerpiiral fever, ^ A travelling tailor has been fined £2 and costs at Bombala for hawking olotb without a license. A Scotch clergyman says that the letters in '-Bazaar ' might mean 'Be a zealous and artful robber.' Up to 12 months ago, over £106,811 i t ? ? .J ? i.L. A m aa fn oas oeen exptjaaeu uu wiy ysraugo vu Forbes road. Last year (ending J une 80) Molong received £166 4s 5d out of tbe vote tor ' Country Towns Water Supply.' Australia's first railway was from Malhnnrnn In Hnhsnn'li RftV. nttened in 1854. A...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

. Mr. Wm. B. Mabkie, of. Dunedin, New llifr ' ^mSmBk *- *'Nob long ago X was ran over by a ii I lift ifn ' ' HI wagon and sovore^ ltijured. : For Weeks 111 ' HIP HaCV v*9HhBhI V * wsts confined to my bed* 1 was reduced 1'i J ^ to & mere sbado v, so7w^&I coUld hardly 1 ®*e ^0°t0rs *® n*e it would be a | ]M not .imagine how quickly my health and til strength began to return. The first day I JJ|iy»* /I — I felt an improvement. In a week I had i- only a few bottles wrought a most ji\ra| iwfffj- ' marvelous change iii me. I like your JnfSfrWW \^tfV//// / medicine especially because it seems to ?/y j( ^Pv give just the aid nature sometimes 'The World's Createst Family Medicine.'.' If you have been sick and arc not recovering, rapidly, just try a bottle of j\ ycr's Sarsaparilla. It is the strongest tonic you can buy, and it aids nature wonderfully. T!ie better way is to take tho Sarsaparilla before you get really ill. Take it when you first bo-i:i to feel poorly. It will cu...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Molong's Member. IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

iVIolong's JBeii»S»er. IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Minister for 'Work, in answer to Dr. Ross, said that £242 18s 3d was expended on the Nyrang Creek AVeir. The land assessment imposed on the adjoining landowners had not yet reached his office. The Minister for Education, in answer to Dr. Ross, said the Government Astronomer stated it would take him some days to collect iinformation regarding weather-forecasting and the origin and cause of the present drought. The Minister for 'Works, in answer to Dr. Ross, said that so far no rates had been levied in the Parkes District for water conservation.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Month's Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Tike Month's Rainfall. 128 points of rain were registered during the month, as follows :^-7th, 22 points; 12th, 17 points; 19th, 2 points ; 25th, 51 points ; 28th, 10 points ; 29th, 26 points. Mr. Russell's forecast, issued this morning : — Cloudy and showery on the coast with south to east winds, fine and warm inland with east to north-east winds, some scattered thunderstorms by Monday. ' ? i

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

[?] fFaoM oub&wn Coeeesi'ondent.I, The long continued drought has at ? last received a severe check, if it lias not completely ^broken up, so far as Borenore is concerned, and tbe rapid growthbf all' crops and herbage is' really » treat to nee. Although tbe rain was too late for some of the earlier crops, there is & large area of later stuff wbieh will in most cases be very good. It is a' treat to see the smiling ? countenances of tbe iarmers now 'that there has been a good rain, and they will be able to at ' tend to their work with lighter hearts. There were some serious losses in sheep on Friday night last, owing to the cold and rain. Mr. W. Curtin is, I understand, a haavy loser, as is also Mr. ,W. Cantrill (the former losing about 200 and the latter about 40), both of whom had just finished shear ing. There are others whose losses are not so heavy, but quite serious enough these bard times. Tbe defnnct Borenore Progress As sociation has, after a lapse of about fi...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Her Son's Life Saved by Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 'A neighbor rail in with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given tip as beyond hope by my regular physician, who stands high in his profession. After administering three doses of it, my son regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twenty-four hours,' says Mrs. Mary Haller, of Mt. Crawford. Ya;, (J.S.A. This remedy is for sale by H. W. Macord, Chemist, Molong. WANTED at once, a Good House . maid. Apply Mrs. W.P. Caiui.i., Royal Hotel. PUBLIC NOTICE. ~ Sports ! Sports ! Sports ! M0N0AY,N0V. 10. MOLONG RECREATION GROUND. Entries for Sheffield han dicap close on MONDAY, the 3rd November, 1902, at 9 p.m. The Sec retary will receive entries at his office up to that hour. - P. F. A. KINNA, Hon. Sec. TO PlGEC)N SH6^p BARGAIN— D.B. HollisBre^fll| Action, Hammerless. Nearly riew; Cost £25. Apply this office. ^4 APOLOGY. _ ? I...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Drought and its Mitigation. [Tatho. Editor of [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] [?] Sib, ——Might I trespass ^on y our space to a ' small ? extent ; |ng|rftversing the - comments issue of the 10th instant on my re marks re ' Tbe Drought and its Mitigation.' At the outset I may say , that I did not . restrict' mysBlf to Bwtiiiug i/uitii true uuijf waj w ium* gate the effeot of drought is by con structing railway's.' A reference to my letter will show that I said ' the great needs of the country— rail ways, closer settlement, and water conser vation— have been sadly neglected. Let these be immediately dealt witb, railways first of all, &e.' My assertion is that, with railways . ? ? «»?.♦. *r ^ i . torougn aistncts x men reierrea to, closer settlement would follow, such meaning more producers ; and more producers ' in N.S. W. would lender this State more self supporting. And if, as a State, we become self sup porting, then the better able are we to meet a crisis such as we are at present experiencing. Why is it tbat we bave to depend so largely on the o...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. SHERWIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

ORANGE STOCK MARKET. A. H. T. Siierwin's Report. Fat Cattle.— 23 yarded, comprising chiefly small and medium quality steers. Best beef worth about 35s to 40s pur lOOlbs. Steers made £5 Is to £5 13s. 2 heifers £f- 10s, 2 bulls £6 10s, and 1 £8 l(5s, several being passed. Fat Sheep.— About 150 yarded. Thirty ewes in wool made 12s 10a, 60 shorn ewes 10s to 10s 5d, 15 mixed sheep in wool 8s Id to 10s Id, 43 hoggets in wool 5s, 12 rams 8s 9d to lis. Lambs. — About 280 yarded, suckers sold from 4s to 5s 7d. Store Cattle. — About 150 yarded, year lings made 24s to 44s, cows £1 18s 6d to £3 7s, 5 steers £2 17s, 100 being passed. Store Sheep.— About 3980 out of about 10.000 advertised were yarded, and about 2800 were j»assed, 500 shorn ewes sold at 5s Id, 370 mixed shorn hoggets at 4s 6d. 230 wethers in wool 8s 9d, all the rest being passed.

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LOCAL MARKET. MOLONG ARGUS Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

LOCAL MARKET. Molono Argus Office, Friday. | wheat— none offering Flour, £10 per ton Bran, £7 Pollard, £7 per ton Dairy Butter Is Od wholesale ; Is Id retail Factory Butter, IsOd wholesale; Is 2d retail Honey, 4d to 5d. Bacon, 8d wholesale ; lid retail Eggs, 9d wholesale ; 10d retail Cheese, Bodalla Is Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 9s to 10s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; 6s retail

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial News. SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] SYDNEY Qubt^jONS. ^ ! Sydney, Thursday. , Wheat, 6/2 to 5/3 per bushel; Maize, 5f9 to 6/3 per bushel , Oats, 3/8 to 3J9 - Brat), 1/7 to lfil per bushel Bollard, 3/10 per bushel Chaff, prime to £7 per ton. Lucerne, £4 to £5 5s. Potatoes, £G 5s to £8 Eggs, /10| to 1/ Butter, /10 to / 1 1J .

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The Rabbit Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Tlie Rabbit. Sill. — o — In the Assembly on Wednesday, the Minister ior Lands moved, ' That tbe Honse resolve itself into a committee of the Whole to consider the expedi ency of bringing in a bill to consoli date and amend the Acts relating to t.ha rahhifc nest and to the nrotection of pastures and live stock from tbe depredation of noxious animals, and to disease in cattle and sheep ; and for other purposes incidental thereto.'' The motion was agreed to and tbe House resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole. Tbe formal motion was agreed to, the bill was introduced and read the first time, and its second reading was made an order of the day for Thursday next. The funded debt of N.S.Wales was , v in June last £65,861,000. - -'V

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A "Nice" Father. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

A 'Mice' Father. — o — A peculiar case recently engaged the attention of tbe Ballarat magistrates. Mrs. Mary Orchard, described by the police as a. heartbroken woman, pro ceeded against her husband, John Thomas Orchard, for maintenance. Mr. H. S. Barrett, who appeared for plaintiff, saidthat nowithtstanding his long experience in courts, he had to confess that be could not understand Orchard. The man was in constant employment and did not indulge in drink, but yet allowed his wife and five children to starve, and spent the whole of his earnings on himself. During September be allowed his wife only 4s 6d. As a result of neglect on bis part, tbe children had been com pelled to eat rank grass and raw cabbage stumps. Counsel described Orchard as ' a fiend who richly deserved the lash or the rope of the hangman.' Mrs. Orchard and Con stable Clugston gave evidence in sup port of the statements of -Mr. Barrett. The policeman said tbat there was no furniture in the house, and tbat while def...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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An Awful Position. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

An Awful Position. Mrs. Sangal, convicted along with Tisler (executed last week) for the Dandenong murder, will not be told that she is to suffer banging till after her confinement, a ghastly ' mercy ' which makes one shudder to think of. Poor wretch, guilty though she is, it seems an appalling punishment in view of her condition. In England, if a woman is under sentence of death and ' expects,' and the doctor's evi dence is that another life is involved, she is reprieved and committed to gaol for life. Whether the penalty is deserved or not, and no doubt it is, it seems a horrible thing that the hang man should be waiting for tbe con valescence of a woman in the ordeal of her maternity to put her to death on the scaffold. One feature of the case is this — what sort of effect must it have on the child, born as it will be to all intents and purposes, with the rope around its mother's neck.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Cup Winner. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

TlieCup Winner. The following is from a Cobar paper : — ' Melbourne Cup, 1902 — won by half a length. The undersigned, having on two occasions dreamt tbe winner of the Melbourne Cup, will, on receipt of application, disclose the number of tbe saddle-cloth worn by the winner ; also, particulars of second horse, — E. Firth, Wriehtville.' A Maitland snort has communicated witb tbe dreamer, who states tbat he saw in bis vision a horse wearing No. 4 saddle-cloth win tbe Melbourne Cup by half a length, fol lowed home by a grey horse. The horse with the No. 4 saddle cloth will be either Sir Leonard, Blue Metal or Kinglike, and the only grey is Abbots field. The final acceptances will ; decide which horse is to be No. 4. j ? ? ? i

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Coroners' Juries. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] [?] per day ; lor th8^,iotirtb abd ^6l^ 8ubsequen t day 's attendance {oh the^same panel) oil more than font hours, vlOs per day, travell ing expenses for e$ery mile in ex^ss of... lour miles between the jur&r's residence and th6 place at which tbe inquest is hlStl (one way and {or one day only,) Is.

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Burdett Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

ISurdett Ctokl. Dukikg tho week we have had the pleasure of seeing a cake of pure gold from the Burdett Gold Mine, weighing 19oz. 12dwts, tbe result of three weeks' work. This mine is at present held on tribute by J. Nicholson, A. H. Davis, and several other practical miners. The former gentleman super vises the surface work, while the latter UUlO ULICLLgC ui bUU UUUUl^LAJUUU WULtt ings. The tributors have four con tractors at work underground besides those of their own party, getting out ore at so much per ton. Everything promises well and the tributors have every hope that their venture will turn out successfully. These gentlemen deserve every credit for their enter prise, and it will be decidedly compli mentary to their practical knowledge should they succeed in making a mine pay where one of tbe most economical of managers failed. The weight of the stone crushed for the yield before mentioned was 18 tons, says Canowin dra St ah.

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Cudal. CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Cudal. CRICKET MATCH. A. match was played here on Saturday lalft between teams representing Cudal and Meadow Creek Clubs, the latter de .feaSng tbfc local club by an innings and 65 rtfhs.'Following are the scores : — - Cudal — First Innings. R. F. Borton, c and b Spargo ... 13 C. Smith, b Barnes ? 11 T. Cravin, «. J. Loughnane, b West 0 G. Healey, run out ... ? 7 W. Brown, b Spargo ? 2 H. Pemberton. o Spargo ? 7 C. Gavin, b West ? 0 H. Carman, b West ? 3 D. Gavin, run ont ? 0 S. Tajfldr, b Spargo ? 0 A. Mockett, b Spargo ? 0 Sundries ? 5 48 Second Innings. C. Smith, b Barnes ? 8 K. Gavin, C. Murphy, b. Rowe ... 1 i C. Gavin, b Rowe ? 0 ' G. Healey, c Carman, b West ... 5 L. Gavin, b Rowe ? ... 2 W. Brown, cJ.BarnesbE. Barnes 12 S. Taylor, b West ? 11 H. Pemberton, b West ? 4 H. Carman, not out ? 'J A. Mockett, b Rowe ? 0 Sundries ? -- 58 Mkabdow Ckekk. West, b Healey ? 4 Rowe, c and b Healey ? 0 E. Barnes, b H. Carman ? 53 C. Carman, c Brown, b H. Carman l(i — Spargo. retired ? 38 J...

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

Accident. Late on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. John Russell, Goodshed Porter at the Molong Railway Station, met with a severe acci dent. It-appears he was loading a truck with wool, and was endeavouring to get a bale into position with the aid of a dog hook. Mr. Russell, who is a very active man, made a clutch at the bale with the hook, but the latter missed, with the con sequence that he overbalanced and fell to the ground. He was taken to his home, Dr.-V ecch being immediately sent for. On arrival tae doctor- found that the small bone of the right leg had been fractured above the ankle, and the patient was more or less shaken. It will probably be six weeks or a couple of months before Mr. Russell is able to get about again.

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Molong M.R. Rifle Club. WEDNESDAY'S SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

molong JNLtt. Rifle Club. Wednesday's saoomra. 500yds. 600yds Ti. S.M. Daly ? 32 30 62 Saddler G. Ball ? 34 26 60 Trooper H. Woolbank 32 27 59 F.S. Cady ? 26 27 53 Trooper S. Ball ? 28 22 50 Trooper T. Ball ? 23 27 50 Corporal J. T. Neville 30 18 48 Trooper Gosper ? 21 25 46 S.M. D. Ball ? 26 19 45 Trooper Garlick ? 29 9 B8 Lance-Corporal Peck.. 24 12 36- Trooper J. Collins ? 16 18 34 Sergeant Rubie ? 14 16 30

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