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Cricket Match. MOLONG v. CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] : MOLONG v. CUMNOCK. MOLOKG'&ntl Cumnock CI ubmnot on tbe former's wicket theroatch resulting iii'a win EoraumoBarf' on the jfirst innings, by lOl.pinfe . battedftrst and scored ,031®.;|5.ootan^l3} , belng-me only /batsmaii to reaijn^^tfiible1: figures. Molong's attempt only produced 43, of which Jack Leathern contributed a luck/^0, - ;E. Blackadder : contributing & In their second, effort Cumnock £ut 'to- gether 82, the principal ' scorers being G. J. Black 22, C. Finch 25, and H. J. Young who played a safe- hot-out game for 15. With 93 to get to win and 20 minutes to' play, Molong commenced their second innings, and at 6 o'clock bad 2 wickets down for 33 runs (J. Leathern 23). The best side undoubtedly won the match, the visitors' fielding, &c., being very much superior to that of tbe home team. Messrs. J. Cook and G. J. Black acted as Captains of Molong and Cumnock, respectively. The scores, as kept by Messrs. E. A. Lowe and W. Black, were Cumnock. 1st...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Great Loss of Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

threat Loss ot Slie«p. L.vs r Saturday morning a deplorable siyht was witnessed at the Orange trucking yards, which were littered with dead and dying sheep. The sheep in question were a portion of KKHJ which had recently been shorn .at Lake Cowal and then driven to Forbes, at which place they were trucked and consigned to Orange for sale. It is said that 1000 out of the above number on the died road to Forbes, and fully 1400 perished at Orange. The sheep were iu a very weak state, and this taken in con junction with the fact that they were newly shorn, and that Friday night was cold aud wet, will account for tlie terrible mortality. The survivors were only those stronger sheep which were able to move about and eat the green pasture about the railway line and paddock. The dead and dying sheep were subsequently sold by Messrs. J. S. Leeds & Co. at one penny, per bead.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Female Franchise. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Female Vraiiclihe. Now tbat the fair sex have secured the franchise, the realisation — to some — doesn't seem quite so sweet as the anticipation, and many are deluding themselves with the idea that a fearful j ordeal, or something else, will need to be undergone ere their rights can be obtained. The matter, however, is a very simple one, and involves but a . * _i fi a ? 1-1- All uutnmum amount ot trouuu*. au that a woman has to give in the way of information is her name, whether married or single, what work she performs ; if married the word domestic will suffice, and the same applies to a single woman who is engaged in the household duties of ber home. Women employed as domestic servants state their occupation as such, and those who are engaged in other occupations away from home require to state the occupation as, for instance, ' Nurse,' ' Governess,' ' School Teacher,' ' Music Teacher,' ' Tailoress,' and so ou. And as far as age is concerned the matter is just as simple, it being...

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

ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Hullo there ! Please ring up E. Blackadder, of Molong, and order for me one of his 4s Gd Alarm Clocks; also a Two-tune Musical Clock at l«s, and an Eight Day Striking Clock at lGs. I am to be married on Wednesday and must have his reliable clocks in my house.' -Qua.

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Molong Member. IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] ' IS THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. {Frptn- artsard/'] J 1^. Di:.. Bobs had much pleasure in tho hon. K ^ *be h°P- ?. to the maintenance of state children, ,npt receivers ^ r liberal treatment as did the city of Sydney. A sum of over £50,000 was Voted for the State Children Belief ; Depatrtment, and he wanted to know how inuch of thi8 we devoted to the relief of the widow8. and brphans of u - the district of Molong ? He had * written to the department until he §s . was'tired and disgusted. He had been I, * scandalously treated by one of the | departments of :the public service. Molong was a large agricultural and r. pastoral district whieb contributed to tbe revenue £48,000 a year. He wanted to know what they received for the relief of poor widows and w orphans. They received little or p- nothing. The present system of g. centralisation ought to be done away y-r with. As a representative of a country '? district, why should be bave to come down to Sydney and ask for relief of I' the ...

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

Ctttttturm l»irtcJj*r|i JiOilm Leary & Sons - ^ ' POOFBIKTOBS. PRIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c., at the , lowest rates. Small Good6 always on hand. Best attention given to all orders. IjOOK ! ? . IP YOU WANT A GOOD FITTING SUIT Made from the Best material, call and see W. HARRIS, IN BANK-STREET, Where Only First-class Workmen are employed. ALL orders are executed on the Premises, where a selection can be made from all classes of Goods of the most modern patterns. I have now in block a Splendid Assortment of Materials suitable for the present season, and can turn out in lirst class style Trousers, from 17s 6d Suits, from ... £3 3s Remember, I am the only Practical Tailor in town. I give a Perfect Fit, and guarantee all Goods well-shrunk and all Garments Band-made. Those desirous of obtaining a H. .. Cheaper class of Clothing (similar to that supplied by local storekeepers) should call and ? sec my range of Patterns. The Prices are guaranteed Cheaper than any other House ...

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

1901, tojjoths - ' ? CUMNOCfefelSrection of Court- * house and Police Station.., 105 15 4; M6%^^®08tysOffice addi- : I i ? 92 12 4 Beij Hill.— Public Tank ? 123 I 8 Nyrang.— Nyrang Creek Dam 21 11 ? ? £342 10 5

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Obley Items. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Obley Items. ? .,w ^ , (Feom ora own Correspondent*! ' ' Sickness has visited a number of our homes lately. Mrs. M. Whittaker went to Cumnock , some days ago to seek medical advice, and Dr. Veech, of Molong, pronounced her-ailment to be of a serious nature. For some time her life was despaired of, but I am pleased to be in a position to state that there is now good hopes of her com piere recovery* Following on the above, Mrs. Con stantine, wife of Constable Constantino, became seriously ill, and the servieeB of Dr. Graham, of Wellington, were requisitioned. The doctor pronounced the case to be a seri ous one — peuperal fever in an advanced form supervening on child birth. So serious, in fact, was the case, that Mr. Constantine wired away to Sydney for the services of a trained nurse. It is gratifying to learn that the patient is now out of danger. Mr. Constantine pays a high tribute to the prompt action and skill ful treatment of Dr. Graham, in fact to his attention all through a ve...

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

Cudal. [From ouk own Correspondent.] A meeting of the New Church Build ing Committee was held recently under the presidency of tbe Rector. There was a full muster of members present. It was shown tbat funds in hand amounted to about £130, but witb promises tlie total would reach about £255. Rnigh plans of proposed building were submitted to tbe meeting and met with general approval. The Dlans sho.v a weatherboard buildine with navo 10ft x 20ft Gin, chancel and sacrarium 15ft x 10ft, vestry Oft x 8ft and porch. A general wish was ex pressed that the new church should be commenced at as early a date as pos sible, but owiug to the present serious outlook such a course was deemed im practicable. Mr. Lance Smith, of Boree, however, solved the problem by generously volunteering to provide the balance of cost so as to avoid the ac cumulation of interest, which is the bane of most church debts. Mr. Smith and Mr. R. G. Glasson are both large contributors to the fund, the former's douation be...

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

Toogong. [From ouk own Correspondent. 1 Since my ? last report we have had about 120 points of rain which has done a lot of good by freshening up the grass and. wheat crops. Some of the wheat crops tbat ap peared dried up and almost past re covery are now looking quite fresh and green agaiu. If we ouly get a few more pood showers we can make sure of a good half crop, at least, in frhio nn nf Mi a 1 cf.iM/i fTKlo does not tally with that furnished by another correspondent.] Stock are looking better, though still weak aud poor, and it is a rare sight to see a fat bullock or a fat sheep nowadays. The only places I know of that can still boast of fat stock are Mr. \V. C. Bowman's Derowie and Messrs Irvine Brothers' Lowory stations. And such I stock are hand-fed only, which speaks a lot for this part of the country right in tbe teeth of the drought. A social was beld in the local hall on the 22nd instant, iu aid of the funds of the Tennis Club. The affair was quite a success, notwithstan...

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

J, Ei GmP&tWS The Beehive Store, -Mr I Bank Street, Molong, ISTWPHjfliST HOUSE IN THE DISTBICT ^ WHEEEAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. I . ? .-?? . . ose- — — Enamelware and Glassware, NOTE THE ADDRESS ' OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. TURKEYS. WANTED AT ONCE, Poultry in. any Quantity. Highest Cash JPrice Given. EOBEET ^IIsTOH, JBeeliive Stores, Cumnock. | i rs n*XX A X- ^Pl? ID C? . KiJ x \zJ XX ijQi iXI\» JL «aZ5I XL i£) HAS much pleasure. in thanking the Public of Molong and district for the liberal patronage accorded him since he commenced business. For the present Festive Season the Shop has been re-stocked with a complete and varied assortment of ? —Toys and Novelties. — DOLLS IN GREAT New. Year Cards Fancy Soaps VARIETY. -fc jt Tobacco, Cig-ars & Cigarettes Perfumery j, *ll Stationery ©mantcnta. ¥ C1 , _ VI 5hirt Studs, Sleeve Links ALL NEW GOODS AND AT LOW PRICES. cuaude Barters, TOBACCONIST, Stationer :: and :: Fancy :: Goodsinan, Opposite A.J. ...

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

? Brevities. . — 1 ? » V. ' ? ? ' Dubbo P. & 6. P. Board has loaned the Babbit Board £250 at 2} pier cent. Mr. Mai Wfefetphalen, of Parkes, oelebrated bis 90th birthday last week. Wellington has formed a branch of the Protestant Defence Association. Parkes ladies have a progress society of, their own. Progressive. Parkes, _ -L- - 4 aguni No less than two comets are due tp make their appearance in tbe heavens next month. The racehorse Cudal, now running in Sydney, was bred by Messrs. Irvine Bros., of Toogong. The writer's tip tor tbe Melbourne Cup :— Patronage 1, -The Persian 2, Strata Florida or Abundance 8. Mr. Gatenby is exhibiting an orange weighing over 31 bs, and a Lisbon lemon over lib, grown on his irrigated land'near Forbes. It depends not alone on tbe oppor tunity bnt on the man. Some men wouldn't make money if they were in the police force. A Shortage of from 200,000 to 300,000 bales in this season's 'wool clip is predicted. What will the shortage be. next season ?...

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Toogong Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

[?] '(From a Correspondent.) 'Tgis ia^slr prospects are gloomy *lh^ed|pnd Idon't think there will be 100; bags !pf wheat threshed between To^^^^a^anowiodra, where the bag? tve& counted by the thousand last sea'son. - The only pastoralist in the district who appears to have any grass is tbe owner of Derowie Station. Mr. Bowman's paddocks look well, and I understand lie has the only fat cattle in the district. One good thing about Toogong is that ybu can generally find a good spring of water — clear as crystal all the year round. Toogong's population is gradually falling away, and only about six families reside in the township, and some of tbem will be leaving soon. What a satire on Toogong of the early days. Mr. ' Ted ' Smith intends leaving shortly witb his family to take up their residence in the metropolis. I notice tbat our member has been lashing out at the Government over several matters including the Burdett Goldfield Reserve, &c. There is no gainsaying tbe fac...

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

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Bocobble—"Pinecliff." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Bocobble-'' Piiiecllff.' Dr. Ross, M.L.A., has handed us the following lqtter for publication : — Department of Lands, Sydney, 22nd October, 1902.— Sir, — Referring to the letter of the 25th March last, addressed to the Honorable the Premier, presented by you from from Mr. C. Sheppard, Hon. Secretary of Progress Association at Bocobble, near Molong, asking that the name ' Bocobble ' be changed to ' Pinecliff,' owing to the variety in spelling of tbe name, and the confusion caused by otfier places in the State being similarly named, I have the honor to inform you that the Secretary for Lands has no objection to the name being changed to ' Pine cliff,' as desired. — I have the honor to be, &c., H. Cobby, Under Secretary.

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Wool Balls. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

Wool Sails. Mb. E. H. Moulder showed the Orange Advooatb a wool4-all taken with others from the intestines of sheep at Condobolin which they had killed. The wool-ball in question was very similar in appearance to a potato and was about«3in in length by about 7in in circumference. One other taken from a sheep was about four times as large as this. These balls were matted into a perfect felt, and killed the sheep by obstructing the passages. They are caused in some instances by ewes licking the lambs, in others by starving sheep eating wool, as it is kndwn they sometimes do. '

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A Cup Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 31 October 1902

A Cup Dream. A Melbourne Cup dream: — A lady who dreamt two years ago that Clean Sweep would win tbe Melbourne Cup - has had another vision, particulars of which we print for the benefit of those who pin their faith to this mysterious method of determining the first horse in Australia's racing event.- Tbe lady on the present occasion imagined that she was being driven to town by a friend, and for miles along the road the country side was oovered with mushrooms. After this remarkable vision, the dreamer awoke, but shortly afterwards re-entered the 'land of nod,' when the return journey was . commenced and the same acres of mushrooms appeared at every turn; Ou tbe following morning the lady detailed tbe dream to her husband, aud the latter, who takes a passing interest in tbe sport of Kings, promptly exclaimed : ' That's the office ; my money's going on Abundance, every penny of it.'

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

Do-you know (hat J. E. CAMPBELL (late of Singer 'Company) has opened a Store in Bank*stre6t, opposite tbe Comtnercial Bank? ' ©iveiihe new man & trial.*

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

Oood for Rheumatism. Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which ' caused me great pain and atmoyance. After trying several prescriptions and , rheumatic cures, I decided to use Cham berlain's Pain Balm, which ' I had seen advertised in. the ' South Jersey man.' After two applications of this remedy ,1 was much better, and after using one bottle, was completely cured. — Sa.i.iAe Haiiris, Salem, JVJ., ll.S.A, For sate by H. W . Macord, Chemist, Molong, , u M

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

3 izj tdt ^ to ? , -g' I i i ~ l' tl_ I I j'* I ' I. 1 V In All Designs, Qualities and Prices. I J 3 Laces a Speciality. P li HASEMER'S FOR LACES H 'H IS THE PEOPLE'S CRY. L ^ A Greater issortnjent Than E?er. agent fob ? Wader Tank« Yates7 $eed§ Challenge Corn Cure Wire Netting. FODDER SEEDS Of ALL DESCRIPTIONS. J STORE. seedsT LATEST advices show an increase in value of Farm Seeds since the Welcome Kain, and to plant largely at present rates is out of the question for many Farmers. To meet the difficulty, assist in taking all advantage of faruabltodan iIbu poA*uoo a,*c reduce a Large and Varied Stock IR. BL STITT Has decided to sell PAJ.ICELS OF VEGETABLE SEEDS, embracing Onion, Beet, Parsnip, Carrot, Tomato, Lettuce, Broad Bi-ans, Peas, French Beans, Swede and White Turnip, Badisb, Cabbage, in 6d packets— 7 Ior2s0d. 12 Packets FLO WEli SEEDS (assorted) ft;!- 2s Gil. llape, Sorghum, Swede and White Turnip, Lucerne aud Barley in Quantities. Potatoes iu Large or Small Lots, for Seed ...

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