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

Weatlier Forecast. [Br Oronza Presa.1 Following is Oronza Presa's weather forecast for part of November 1st.— Fair or fine generally ; showers here and there probable. Between 2nd and 4tb. — Variable ; thunder and lightning, witb refreshing rain of a showery nature, heavy inplaces, hail probable, chiefly over the Western and Eastern portions of the State, fair elsewhere ; variable winds, westerly being predominant, veering S.SW., N.E., S.W. * :ik „ — ... ? x: ? ' WllJl BUUUUU »4UaiU3 it V lliuvts. 5th. — Fair or fine generally, but scattered thunder showers likely in a few places ; winds variable. Between Gth and 7th. — Variable, witb cool and moist atmosphere : some thunder and lightning, and rain of a showery nature, heavy in places, chiefly over the Western districts, likely to extend eastern ; hail probable in places. Winds variable, westerly being predominant, veering S.S.W. and N.E. strong at times. Between 8th and 9tb.— Variable, but fair or fine generally, with cool and re f...

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

Bumbury. FFbom oub own Correspondent. 1 Nice steady rain, fell here on the 24th, 77 points being registered. At time of writing indications point to a further fall. Almost every week brings us a few showers, and these have proved the sal vation of the wheat crops, which at pre sent give indications or returning a fair yield. The annual school picqic is to be held on King's Birthday, and I believe a Ball wm oe neia at mgnt. me proceeds or the latter function will be devoted to the Hospital, and 1 trust to be in a position to chronicle a bumper success. I hear much severe comment on the Federal Government in reference to the postage on newspapers. Dwellers in out lying districts will now be compelled to pay extra for papers posted, while their more fortunate brethren in the town will be exempt from the tax. As^, consequence of the postage, several here have discon tinued taking daily papers. Possibly the Government came to tne conolusion that the press was educating the country folk t...

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

Ipriug millinery. With a view to bringing the stock at the Windsor Stores up to date (the millinery department especially), Mr. LoBis Rich recently commissioned Miss Schofield to proceed to Sydney and gave her caste blanche to buy .whatever her . fancy dictated would be suitable to the Molong public. And, oh my, such a lovely lot of goods ! You should see them. Miss Schofield is certainly to be complimented on her taste, and when tne good ladies of Molong and district see what she has bought for them, they will give her credit for all we have said about her and compliment Mr. Rich on his go-a-head policy, likewise.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cundumbul Copper Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Cutiduuitml Copper fllitte. Work at the above mine is proceeding, six hands being employed. The shaft bas been sunk to a depth of 80ft, and a lode 4ft Wide carrying exceptionally rich ore te still under root. We understand that a 6-ton parcel of ore will be sent away for smelting early in coming week. The pro prietors of this mine are satisfied witb the prospects at present, and if their hopes are realised, the mine will give em ployment to a large number of men. We are sore everyone .hopes the plucky syndicatore have struck a bonanza.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Collecting the Female Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Collecting? tlie Female Vote. — 0— By yesterday's mail a most formidable parcel was directed to Sergeant Hicks, which, on inspection, proved to be tbe i manuscript rolls whereon is to be inscribed the names of tbe women of j Molong Electoral District who are entitled to vote at Parliamentary elections. Sergeant Hicks despatched tbe rolls to Cudal, Cumnock, Cargo, j Canowindra, Obley and Eugowra - 1 East Registrars and by this time the ] members of the local police force are | busy making a bouse to bouse call to | ascertain tbe names of the matrons, i maidens and old maids who desire to j exercise ' this boon to womanhood ' — tbe privilege of casting a vote for tbe candidate who finds most favor in their eyes. The collecting of tbe rolls will occupy a month or more, and if any delay occurs it will probably be in tbe Molong division, simply from the fact tbat tbe chief collector and his mounted lieutenant (Senior-Constable Johnston) are new to the locality and will necessarily cover ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rectory Social. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Rectory Social. The first of a series of what will certainly prove popular' social evenings was held at the Rectory on Wednesday Japt. An appreciated programme was rendeted, at the conclusion of which liberal refresh ments were provided. The Rector was quite ' at home ' in the role of general conductor, and during the evening thanked the audience for their welcome attendance and did not forget those who were re sponsible for the programme, which was as follows Selection, Band ; opening piece {pianoforte duet), 'Miss Maysie Bridekirk and Master Willie Wood; pianoforte solo, Miss Neilson ; song (' Light Brigade '), Mr. John Neilson ; selection, -Band ; song, Mr. J. Cook ; : pianoforte solo, Miss Hilda Bowler ; duet, violin and piano; Miss Bridekirk and Master 'Wood ; song, Mr. Ralph Snelling ; selection. Band. Intermission. Selection, Band ; violin duet, Misses Alley and Flo. Black ; song, Mrs. R. P. Martin ; song, Miss Ml. Wallett (Forbes) ; song. ? Mr. J. Neilson ; pianoforte duet, ...

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

iUouifttfiLembl£% FiiimI. The total amount subscribed by schools in the WellingtonSchool District towards the Mount Ketnbla Fund was £80, which has been forwarded tothehon. treasurer of the General Fund. Molong public school contributed £1 19s of the above amount, Cumnock £5 5s 6d, Euchareena £3 10b 7d, Bournewood 16s 6d, Yeoval £1, Obley 12s 6d, Bocobble £1, Dilga and Ardell £8 4s, Myrangle £3 lis '6d, Norah Greek 10s, and Bodmey £1 16b 3d.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] PtAY in connection with No. 1 Tourna- 1 noon^iiMthe ^^# reBult -^ ' I ^ 8 ^Ciss i beat Mr. ,iA. S. Bridekirk ana Miss I. j ? MriJ^Bj^vi^ahdMis36larke^lO) beat j Mr.J.JHMlamandMissMabelClarke (25).— 100-90. ' ,

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

[?] fFfiOM ODB OWN CoREESPONDENT.J We had 60 odd pbints of iam here on i Friday last, but eastward from liere the | fall was much heavier- *jThe stock dam i at Cargo isnow ful},#ndthe reservoir has I a fair supply.- Cargo1 jeoeiV:ea lS5 points. I Lockwood also shared well iii the down i potu*. ' ' * The drop's about here are naturallyvery disappointing. Some farmers haveaiready turned their stock into the wheat pad docks. I have noticed here tand there a n' lUilA ??'kfitrA 4-1* Ik hftflinomi WUU 1UOA1UK .« IIIIUC' DUV viwihimj, and from which a little hay^ojjght tp.be secured. Most of the'paddocks are, how ever disfigured by large-patches of - wind dried, sunburnt ana shrivelled wheat shoots. ; 4 * The new machinery at Daw's Plains is working very smoothly indeed, and both Mr. R. G. Glaason and the -Expert (Mr. O'Sullivan) are- highly gratified at tbe result. Tbe sheep are unfortunately very light in fleece— it iB estimated 3lbs j lighter than last year. There is, however, no break ...

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

Newspaper Postage. Dr. Boss, in the Assembly, described newspaper postage as a tax on educa tion, which would tall heavily on the people in the country districts. The Abqds is not at one with Molong's member on this subject. Newspaper postage is going to educate the people in the country by giving vastly im proved newspapers, aud wipe out of existence half the struggling rags of the country not worth the postage to carry them, and which reduce the printing business to pure slavery.

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

molong Electorate. ROADS & BRIDGES EXPENDIT tJBE j Return (incdmplete)of expenditure on public works, Molong Electorate, up to 30th J une,1901. This information is 12 months behind, bat it is the latest obtain able from the Department :— £ 8 d Biidgswater to Yeoval Road 2115 17 1 Amaroo to M'Ghukie's Gate 18 0 0 BpreetoManiliira...- ? 848 9 6 Canowindrs to Eugowra ? 7153 1 4 Ctrao windra to Goolagong .. 1241 1 10 CaaoMndm to Toogong ? ? 319 10 0 Cargo to Canowindra - ? 4365 18 7 , Cargoto Cudal ? ? 3832 19 11 Cargo-Canowindra Road — 5U 14 0 Careo, via Canangle Creek . . 15 0 0 Cugd Flood Damage ? ? 110 0 0 Cudal to Barragan Hall .... 519 0 2 Cudal to Maoildra ? ? 106 4 6 Cumnock to Balderodgery .. 2461 19 8 Cumnock towards Eurimbla 150 0 3 German'aHUl tbBoree .... 548 7 9 ( German's Hill to Kite Swamp 743 19 2 Manildra to Dilga ? ? 146 15 7 Maoildra to Toogong ? 3072 7 3 MoloDgCreekt CopperHill.. 509 2 4 Roads inMolong Municipality 211 0 0 Molong io Cargo ? 2051 7 2 Molong t...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Reedy Creek. REEDY CREEK v. RED HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Reedy Creek. REEDY CREEK v RED HILL. A match between Reedy Creek and Red Hill teams was played here onSaturday, resulting in a win for our boys by ten wickets. Scores:— Red Hill. 1st Innings. 2nd Innings. H. Williams, b Morris.. 0 c Morris.. 1 H. Gosper, c A. Douglas 6 b Morris.. 5 A. Townsend, b Morris. . 0 run out . . 0 J. Attenborough, c Morris 1 c Morris.. 0 W. Allen, b Morris . . 2 b Morris.. 0 H. Atkinson, b Morris.. 0 b Morris.. 4 T. Smith, b Douglas . . 0 c Fardy . . 1 F. Alien c and b Douglas 0 c & b Morris 0 B. Maher, not out. ... 1 lbw b Chrie tenson . . 5 S. Allen, c Fardy . . . . 0 b Morris . . 2 F. Gosper, b Morris . . 4 not out . . 1 Sundries . . . . . . 0 Sundries . . 6 14 25 Reedy Cheek. 1st Innings. 2nd Innings. C. Douglas, b Attenbrough ..1 M. Fardy, c & b Williams . . 3 not out 6 M. Morris, b Attenbrough . . 0 H. Morris, b Attenbrough .. 2 F. Atkinson, b Williams ,. 2 , Ash Douglas, b Williams .. 1 D. Evans, b Williams . . . . 1 H. Cbristeneon, b ...

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

Since July 1, 1900, to 80th June, 1901, £1,129 3s 9d was expended on Molong Post and Telegraph Office, and £64 12s ou tbe Police Station. What Fays Best is getting your Watches and Clocks from £. Blackadder, Watch maker, of Molong, who can give you a guar antee witb each Clock or Watch, which cannot be done by a dealer. All Clocks and Watches require some small repairs and regulating before they are sold to customers. So be wise 1 Tbis par. is going tbe rounds of tbe northern press:— 'An active move ment bas been made to develop tbe enormous deposits of splendid marble which exists in the Molong district, and especially between that town and Orange.' Active— very much so, we don't think ! j

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Postal Act. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] The new Postal .J^S^Pelegraph Act / comes into 1 force to-morrow, let November. on all, newspapers must be j ; preparedfrom that date— suagle copies ^ ' will require a half -penny stamp. r 1 AlPcorrespondebce fn * connection with the Government Sayings Bank .mtbttto transmitted tree must be paid ' „ foriforinstauee,uolices of withdrawal, ^ ^ depositor's, books sent in, and even acKnowledgement deposits, will be I' charged fer? Warrants lor with drawals will also: cost Id, so tbat a » depositor wishing . tp withdraw say a * samU porti6ri of his' balance Will bave to pay Id for dispatch of his hotioe , to Sydney and la for return of the warrant.

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

Mr. Ern. Blackadder is the district's sola agent for the sale of Pianolas and Aeolians.

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

Blew Spring & Slimmer NOW OPENING AT or. 'FT A Sii^M'S MJSTMLI&N STORES. ALL UP-TO-DATE GOODS ! AND BEING MARKED OFF AT Prices to Suit the Times Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics Muslins, Voiles, Fancy Dresses Lace Collarettes, Ties, Gloves Parachutes, Ribbons, Boleros Flowers, Millinery Underclothing ? \ Ready-made Skirts Blouses, Blousings Men's and Boys' Straw & Felt Hats . Ties, Braces Mercerised & Fancy Cotton Shirts Boots and Shoes in all the Latest Styles at Bedrock Prices. T1 A TT .Q-R.TlSra- I Suits to Measure from £2 2s to £4 4s. Trousers from 10s 6d to 27s 6d. The Largest and Most Up-to-Date Range of Patterns to Choose from. , WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. BEST TIT IX TOWN. Bank-street, Molong. '

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cumnock Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Cumnock Mems. » - ? [From oub own Correspondent.] Fifty eight points of rain fell on Friday night, followed on Monday □ight by more. This has given a freshening ap pearance to the crops, and farmers do not altogether despair of a harvest now, especially if followed up by useful showers. Mrs. M. Whittaker continues to steadily improve, and there are now signs and hopes of recovery from her serious illness. I notice that -3umnock district con tributed £16 14s 6d towards Orange Federal Capital League— a larger amount than^bat collected at Lith gow, Wellington or other Western town. . ' rp' ' Have you seen what was in tbe Abgus ? ' is frequently heard by people who don't subscribe to their local paper, but readily take the Sydney daily, and borrow the local paper. Most of these people are the first to ask the. local paper to allow them to air their wrongs, yet never care a tinker's curse about the unfortunate newspaperman, who is fighting the battle locally. Why, some of them would borr...

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

A Twenty-Years' Resident's.. , ? Testimony. The Case of Mr. J, NILS80N. (BY A SPECIAL KKPORTIiR). ? & In no busin ess pla-:e is there a greater variety ofsubjeets discussed than in a hair dresser's saloon, as all callers ventilate their opinions, to tho gentlemen nfiloi;iting: with the razor ami scissors, Hut tho latter takes his turn in tbe conversation as well, and when our reporter stepped into a shop in Botany Road, Uotany, Mr. John Kilason, the propiietor, said : 'This bright weather ought to nialie everybody feci ltnppy, as you say ; but I think it :tl! depends upon one's heallh. I remember when I used to be low-spirited when everyone I met seemed to be brimful of .joyfulness.' 'When was that?' enquired the man with the notebook. 'Eighteen months oeo, when my food failed to have a nourishing cil'ccfc upon my body. A« attack of »-»»? km allccted my system throughout. For a long time 1 had not been gelling my juiipjr ivst owing to the rheumatic puins in my shnnldein keep...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Closer Settlement. Says the S.M. Hebald:— 'If ever there was a time in the history of the colony when a Closer Settlement Act should succeed, that time is the * present. The revenue from land sales is, dried up, and the inflow of loan money cannotf continue at tbe present rate. Employment is scarce, and ! WAftOO fll«a An No Irnwi. »». 1.1 ? _i ? i * vu*j ADpu up uy Hie streogcn of tbe trades unions. Hundreds of men are leaving the colony for South Africa and elsewhere ; every piece of Crown land that is made available for settlements is ballotted for by scor6s of applicants, and the class of men, who twenty years ago would not dream of settling down to the small profit of farming would now be only too thank ful to get on to some land where they can make a home for themselves and their families. The spurious prosper ity of the loan days and landsale days ?is over1, and we may hope by settling farmers on the land to replace it by a more solid and lasting prosperity.'

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

Here and There. *' What is your rule of business — your maxim?' tbe Sydney man on 'Change was asked. ' Very simple,' he answered ; ' I pay for something that I can't get, witb money that I haven't got, and then sell what 1 never had for tnore than it ever cost.' A man rode slowly up to air hotel and, dismounting from as wretched ; looking a bag of bones us ever man- I aged to balance on four legs, said to a nipper, ' Here sonny, hold my horse ; don't let him move, and I'll give you sixpence.' ' Right oh, guv'ner,' re plied the youngster. ' But see here ! 'Fore yer go in fur yer booze, shove 'im up again the fence, 'cos I don't think I could 'old him up by meselt.' It would be bard to name a single rule of conduct which gives more satisfaction when observed, and more worry and trouble when it is not, than the one contained in the short phrase, ' Keep your word.' Every day people around you suffer from its neglect, or are saved anxiety and pain by its ob servance. Especially with chil...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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