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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

apot i rcporte^6-Me'wM^U:em^ he elicited th'e ipUpwmgtpfpi^&tihniipm Mrs. li-iaua South- street, Granville, wh^ ^wnwror^t were : — *' I waa so we&iy^and ;t^ At tack of influenza th»t I really thought I was emung. &way.' My weakness was so pronoiinced tbat tor two t mouths I was coimued to iny l^dr wd;there is no doubt that I had a Sj^Ut^orihle hardships. It was an an(X-^^6n $m^g for ine to any «leep, liaUi rally acii- e iliat l eould'do &Dthing but think and think till morning; andj^ie/worBt pavt of it was Umt ll»y. n^iin^wvir pl&tSjiiit ones. There Was always trouble looming ahead in bit mind, and, likely enough, my spirits sank to a very low ebb. Such a melMioiioIy condition 1 hadnsver been in before; for whatever was s^d or done to cliccc inenp onlyroetVtdth ignomi nious failure. The break of dawn made me more disconu-nted than «ver, ss I knew die re wiix iiotiiing before me but mothw day's insufr r.i'-!c misery.' ' Whs i ho nionotony broke...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hare Drive at Bert. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Hare I*rive at JBerl. Abase drive, organised by Mr. E. A. Miligate, took place at Beri 'on Wed nesday, 272 bares and a few rabbits being destroyed^ Following were tbe i scores : — Luke Hughes 51, S. Cousins, 81, C. Housler 42,J. Coombs 48, N. Quirk 85, N. Giffitf 28, B. Webb 19, j G. Griffith 18, H. Hawke 11, W. ; Griffith 4. E. A. Miligate captained tbe drivers, and J. Coombs the shoot ers. An enjoyable dinner was pro vided by Mr. Miligate at his residence. ' The shot hares were purchased by Mr. Millgat^t 2d per head. « '

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Labour Party. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

The Labour Party. ' To the Editor of the Aegus. Sir, — Events that are now taking place in Australia should make people think feri-. ously about the Labour Party. Do they really represent the labouring man ? I say they do not. It is proposed to do many things by State factories, fiesidents of Molong district should look into' this matter. If there is any loss- on these factories it is proposed to make up the los^ out of the land. Now you small farmers, who have gone through the hard Work of brinsrinc vnnr fflrmR infn wnrlf ^able order, are you to be deprived of the 'result of your toil ? ^Understand there is no doubt about it the Labour Party says you must make up the losses on State fac tories. Your pluck, endurance and hope have to be considered as 'hurtful to the country. The hard ' graft' you endured in fencing your laud, ringbarking and clearing it, the discomforts your wife had to put up with when you first went on the land, and indeed for years after, are all to ? be consider...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Court. FRIDAY, JULY 4. BEFORE His Honor, Judge Docker. SALE OF DISEASED CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] [?] Archibald ,;0raSgf -of 1 Cuqibopgle, neat,I-4]^|lgpl^f- suedjiouis Oar n»ni_q||p)^^^al£, neaj^pudal, for the sum^f being-price-of'two head of ^|||bh were condemned by the inspector-at Dubbo, and also ^atoaggts iuj^%irranty 4 It appi^Ma;; jttom the evidence of plaintj^t^t^e; went to Euchareena to ^inspeat a team of bullocks, and Whilst there inquired of a commission agent nam^^. T, JBjcaaier' if he had apy afere^ttle 'l|or!i|^'''r'Bte&ier^» formed him that lie had twenty head ; of.Sloahe's, which plaintiff inspected ' and purchased. Subsequently he ' inspected*- 84 -Mead of jjattle, / which the defendant a few days previously, had purchased from one McCormack ^j^ogh.Bi^w^'-^itji]bhe right of re jecting seven. After plaintiff had in spected the^e cattle, be asked Brazier , the price, and Brazier informed him. he would have, to ascertain from the purchaser, who had x not taken delivery or exercised the right of Re jection. Brazier wired tb Carman, who agreed to take £6 ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football Match. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Football fflatcli. I The return football match, Molong Juniors v. Cumnock, was played at Cumnock on Wednesday afternon, the | game resulting in a win for Cumnock by 11 points to nil. Tanner kicked a field goal and also scored a penalty goal, Charlie Finch and Roy Lord being the other scorers. Mr. White gave every satisfaction r as referee. After the match, the visitors were [ entertained at supper, reaching home about 10 o'olook.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Wool Report, WlNCHCOMBE, Carson & Co., Limited, report, under date of 9th Jtily The chief item of interest this week is the opening of the London July Sales, to which the trade has beenlookmg forward. The newB just to hand at the time of writing discloses an advance of from par to 5 per cent, in all grades of wool except coarse crossbreds which have declined 5 per cent. The position is satisfactory in so far as it tends to justify the confidence which Sydney buyers displayed in the future prospects of the article. 21d for scoured fleece^and 20d skinwool are still our records. ' We hold an auction sale on the 17th instant, and on that occasion will bring forward some of the very earliest of the new clip.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dead Stock on Public Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Dead Stock on Public Roads. — 0 — At the Orange Police Court on Tues day morning, before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M., a young man was proceeded against by the police for neglecting to destroy by fire the carcase of a horse which had died on a public road. The defendant pleaded guilty and said the horse had died from old age and starvation, xne carcase naa since been destroyed. The P.M. said the defendant was liable to a fine of £10 for leaving a dead horse on a publio road, but in view of all the circum stances he would only inflict a nominal penalty. This should act as a caution to others, especially as the unfortunate stock are dying in all directions from starvation, &c.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cudal. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Cudal. — o — A correspondent writes The district around Cudal has been blessed with a steady, drizzling rain of more than 12 hours' duration, which will be of im mense benefit to pastoralists, to farmers and to settlers of all degrees. Bat what is reallv wanted is a copious downpour, wbich will make, every creek, and every gully overflow their banks, and make the sides of the mountains votfal with the wild roar of a thousand streams. Then, and only then, will the parctfbd earth, or the inordinate appetite of starved animals, and the immoderate desire of man kind be satisfied with Nature's bounty.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forbes Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Forbes Quarter Sessions. At the Forbes Sessions this week, James Pender, of Dilga, under com mittal by the Parkes Bench on 10th May, appeared on an alleged charge of stealing a mare, the property of Kbmon Perry, manager of the Parkes Flour Mill. This morning we received a wire from the Editor of tbe Forbes Times stating that Pender was acquitted, there being no case against bun.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

FOGHPi Spripg and Holder of a Buggy Iiatap ; owner can hftve same by paying cost of advertisement.— P.B. this Office. FOtJND, a Ring. Owner may have same by proving claim to A.B.C., PoBt Office; Molobg. 'ITTANTtlD to place a Lad, 18 years of VY ?age,. OA a Farm or Station ; has had 12 months' experience. Apply ; ; r

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

? - -? --v ?/ ?? : PI0EONS WANTED. TXT ANTED at once, SSW Pairs Pigeons. W Apply J. HEFFERNAN, Molong. THANKS. MB. and MBS. WILLIAM BOSS an* FAMILY desire to return heartfelt thanks to all friends who Bent wreaths, letters and telegrams of^condolenee, Ac., also to the members of the Band and to the local Forester's Court for tbeir sympathy in eon* neetion with the death of their beloved son, David Thomas Hendrie. NOTICE. ~ CRANBURY PUBLIC SCHOOL. APPLICATION has been made to the Education Department to postpone the opening of Cranbury School from 14th to 21st instant, owing to the fact that tbe teacher (Miss Boss) has suffered in health through constant watching by the bedside of her late brother. WILLIAM BOSS, Father of the said Teacher. MOLONG SCHOOL OF ARTS. THANKS. THE undersigned, on behalf of the Com. mittee, begs to sincerely thank the Ladies who 'so successfully organised the recent Adult and Juvenile Ball, in aid of the institution. Also, these who kindly donated refreshmen...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Railway Returns. - — o — We are indebted to Mr. F. J. E. Rae- for the following comparison of business done at the undermentioned places for the months of June 1901 and 1902 Bocobble. 1902. 1901. Goods in ? 0 10 492 Goods out ... 118 9 3 0 3 0 Bags wheat ... 1124 nil The increased tonage out for last month was due to the trade in firewood. Greg it a. 1902. 1901. Goods in ? 2 81 350 Goods out ... 155 5 3 118 17 0 Bags wheat ... 638 nil The increase iu outward tonnage is due to chaff. Molong. 1902. * 1901. Tonnage in ... 951 11 3 311 18 2 Tonnage out ... 473 16 2 395 0 2 Revenue ? £706 14 8 £517 0 1 Bags wheat 743 74 Passengers ... 318 236 Revenue ? £224 9 9 £192 0 8 Stock but — Horses 46 1 Cattle 232 0 Sheep 9652 5620 The increased tonnage inwards was due to the importation of feed for starving stock, and the increase in outward tonnage is accounted for bv the quantity of 'wheat sent away. The Coronation celebration accounts for increase in num ber of passengers. w

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Molong Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

molong Lands Office. — o — Owing to the illness of Mr. F. S.Murray, C.P.S. and Crown Land Agent, the local office has been closed since Friday last. Mr. Murrry took the quickest way of apprising the departmental head that his illness was serious enough to preclude him from attending to office duties, and, we presume, asked that ati officer be sent to relieve him. It was only this morning that Mr. 1. R. .Roxburgh Mile6, arrived to attend to the duties of the office. If this does not show neglect nothing does. Numerous people having business with the Lands Office have been very much inconvenienced. In instances men have ridden 40 miles and ov/er, for no other purpose than to transact business with the office, but they have had to return with out succeeding in their intention. It is doubtful if the Department would have troubled about the matter, but for a prod from a local citizen. We can't blame Mr. Murray. He is a first-class officer, and is aware of the inconvenience the closing of...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Rabbit Pest. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Tlie Rabbit Pest. The Premier has received a largely signed petition from pastoralists and others interested in tbe pastoral industry throughout tbe State, urging that in view of tbe great and increas ing national loss caused by tbe con tinuous spread of rabbits, and of the j apparent inefficacy of the means at present known for effectively combat ing the pest, a board be appointed by the Government to consider, and, if thought fit, recommend the trial or adoption of any method which may be submitted to them for the destruction of rabbits. They further urge that the board include one or more scientists and one or more practical graziers ; that a substantial reward of say £50,000, to j which the other States be invited to | contribute, be offered for a means of , effectively combating the pest ; that a i sura of £10,000 be placed on the Estimates for practically testing any method which the board might con sider likely to be effective. Tbe petitioners, in conclusion, point out that t...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WED LIKE TO SEE: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

WE'D LIKE TO 8EEr I Prompt payment of accounts id 4li in stances. ' ; Tbe Band continue to be wfell sup ported. Ping-pong champions assemble at tbe School of Arts. A few more inches of rain in Molong before next issue of the Argus. Borrowers try their hand at return ing articles. More encouragement given to people to settle on tbe soil. Old age respected a little more by the rising generation. Parents keep a stricter guard over stone-throwing children. Our correspondents keeping tbe Argus posted up better. Local industry supported where possible. A tax on tbe unimproved value of land — a whack at land sharks. Tbe Goolagong bridge erected, that Dr. Ross says he has been 20 years fighting for. Mr. Geo. Packham's suggestion acted upon — more frequent meetings of tbe P. and A. Association. Eev. A. Stephen successful in his debt-reducing mission. Meat as reasonable in price as the j ' staff of life.' Tbe Government pay a little more attention to Molong wants. Orders given locally where p...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]arterly [?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] Worthy '?. tihe-i kind senil^p^k' -Several ^|iiM0©8|wete .added. -to the members ] — Thefhianoial .statement was of a ! moBt encouraging and not- ] witha^ding^^lM^ eipenditure for balance ^as reported .by iheiatewards^ revealed' an. ' ' v,dfn^iu^olB8 was a Record for any oneaufrter. .The general spiritual was reported; :i?:^p^^^^S^^wSWdea that the ^H^nttpdent be asked - to conduct TSp&f&l i^siSia^ iii severai ^irtir of &|i'pirepii jj;^a^f|§ir. these * will J bfe ^liJ5rt|aowmw,;|pt®^. ^ob.'l It was ; £1k- ' i*ar8on3age C»tt| ' tbeiht&^W^n^ the par tie boyered. This scheme !£-»#!? Pf «-ftlii«om j£12 . lOiliaye.'bespi promised and paid. Tbemeeting expressed its h^rty^pte^alieh ~i?jt tbep ublication *' and its ^^ll^ip.il^P^r^il^r* Hamey, bM u- &iis6^^^ia^^^tb(a^er. ^ ?^^;'«^'i^^%^et.i:evlewt but on ' &ooc^nvp^^W^^#^aa|)avip£;tpleave, pf these and other/matters were, deferred until nest - meeting. :$be members were hospit .'? ? ^jilrs.,...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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State Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

f?$|jSil-* Conipfetltioii. Itf/sp6aking on the question of the leader , duties in tfie - Legislative Assembly last 'week', the Premier . said these !words : ' Competition brings about thelvery best results for tbe who desire tobuy.' When we rpad them T?e ^ould hardly believe our dMBEiep.: The man who is endeavour , irtc to stifle private enterprise in all directions, who talks about Govern - ittefct'dry -docks, Gov/rnment tailoring establishments', and Government ; everything ; surely he could not have meant ijfc. However, he is quite correct. Competition makes tbe world mpve abead ; , it makes able men, and m&kefe .a ! progressive nation, as is ©sampled jci America. We want competition' here in our railways to bring theim up to date. If, instead of a big Government system, we allowed private railways, we should have had four lines between Sydney and Melbourne; by now, and railways all J over the country, with lower freights and icates, and up-to-date accommoda. tidhi^ It is...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
'Memorial Service. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

'Memorial Service. ' A memorial service will ? be held at Holy Trinity Church, Beri, on Sun day, 20th instant, in memoriam for) the JatB Miss Grace Horton, who died on the 1st June, and in symyathy ] -with the ; family, and friends of the

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

—USUAL— Half-Yearly Sale! COMMENCES NEXT SATURDAY, 28th INSTANT. The Public are Invited to Inspect THE f NEWEST AND MOST FASHION ABLE STOCK IN THE DISTRICT, Which will be subject to Immense Allroraid Hedneiions ! % ? ? ? . i PRACTICALLY OFF EVERY ARTICLE IN THE PLACE. — INCLUDING — DRAPERY, CLOTHING, MERCERY, MILLINERY, BOOTS and SHOES, GROCERY, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, IRONMONGERY, FENCING WIRE, ROCK SALT, GALVANIZED IRON, fa. The Sale REDUCTIONS ! Which will be GREATER THAN ON ANY PREVIOUS OCCASION, owing to the continued Dry Season, will be FOR SPOT GASH ONLY. All GOODS ENTERED Charged USUAL PRICES. ? ? ' You Can Save Money I By Visiting the AUSTRALIAN STORES and getting . Quotations, before purchasing elsewhere. ' ♦ Australian Stores, j ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ' ;~v \' . '.y

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Neighbours CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] [?] [?] : . SATlBfASTjoS the election : of Mr.B. E. Moore to a soat on the Bab- ; v^\. ?y/' i . : H&.3KBi^ recently j receivedaseverescalp wound, a fencing W8t wex^h% 2001bsMiiag on hi8. bead; ; ^feiowlikeihia woi3Wp%ave killed some ' ;^J§A$ BamJSaleB, Messrs. Claark . MTm^^7$y0^n^G&pgo, sold 17 rams wlj^^a1p)rifee» ranging from 11' to 60 . feMfrTr Dbujlas, -& Slogon g, drew a cash prize in ' TattV'sweep. Sahara, winner-of two raceB at the recent Cudal meeting, is said to be identi cal with Bake of Sent, ^rho was racing in Kelso's colora&t Sydtfsya short time ago. An old Mx. S. Brown, diedlMtweek* . - Wlafe engaged pkylhg, ayouthnamed McDonald«aa^stekegevem m^es Miss White, - Jack's Creek, was severely burned, tbe other day, owing to her dress becoming ignited. fettbyiSiock owners from the ^f act that chaff has been unprocurable in town. On Wednesday a bag of chaff could not have . been procured at any price. .

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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