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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

WESLEYAN CHURCH. (, November 9. — Molong at 11 and Garra a1 3 by Mr. E. 3. Barney. Goambeeu at 10, lied Hill at 1.15, Meranburn at 3, aud Molong at 7.30, by lie v. A. Stephen. Garra at 7.30 1 by tbe Mission Band. Dilgu at 2.30 by Mr. 1 Jes. Packbaro. Cudal on Thursday at 7.30, and Avenel on Friday at 7.30 by the Rev. A. Stephep.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Public Expenditure. MOLONG ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] [?] , Dr Boss 'writes I enclose $opy of re tora jweiyed from ' Public Works De partmerijtrie (expenditure iu tbe Molong ^Electorate. The tatd/ron wrill observe, issetdowh Sat « 1060 #s lOd arid S4121 Ur Id, (Or aHotalJof j£5l82v3slld,frqrn whichdeduct two items formaihtenance ; (wages), viz., £1280 and £463 3s4d, or £l?l3 Bs 4d from £5182 8s lid leaves a balance spent on' public works of £4439 4b Sd'in the Molong Electorate out ofah annual avenue contributed by farmers and others to. tbe State Treasury of about £40,000. It is a fair and reasonable ques v tioh [to ask how tbe balance (£35j000) is expeneed. Is it disposed of to keep up extravagance arid expenditure , in -other districts? The, Department of.Pob}ic Works would make the pub lic beli&re by the above return that tbe Molong /district lias been specially favored t '3he allied progressive and liberal -vernment. , This kind of same has been going on.year after year, ana one Govern ment after another* . ' It is time...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

BAPTIST CHURCH. November 9. — Bocobble at 3 (Communion Service) by the Rev. W. Coller, and 7.30 by Mr. W. Hyland. Manildra at 11 and Gregra at 7.30 by the Rev. W. Coller. The Shades at 3 by Mr. E. Reece. Bournewood at 3 by Mr. A. Morris.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Now Woman has a Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] do, ? Arid'if true We#e^^;ii^l^#1dtod'new, Shell meetusOTeStinSundaybe8t, Nowwomanhasia vote ! v-:- ^ Each candidate will bow with care And:al ways ^rafehhis boots and hair, No budding M.P. man will dare To talk in JSiiltli^sgate or swear, Now woman has a vote ! She'll haveto own she's twenty-one, Now woman has a vote ! Or say she's only turn'd nineteen, And dodge the roll-collector clean, And wonder then what might have been If she had used the vote ! She'll have to learn some politics, Now woman has a vote 1 And give less time to drapers' bills. To hats and flounces, fans arid frills, To picnics, concerts, and quadrills, To local scandals, joys, and ills, Now woman has a vote ! * Will artful dodgers shout for her, Now woman nas a vote ? Or scouts and schemers jump the claim, And ask her just to sign her name, And work the old committee game, Now woman has a vote ? And will she loaf on polling day, Now woman has a vote ? Or smoke and chew the fragrant .herb, And loll for hours ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. I November 9. — Service will be conducted in 1 the Molong Presbyterian Church on Sunday, November 9, at 7.30 p.m., by the Rev. George I Milne (Wellington). I

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ST. JAMES' CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

ST. JAMES'. CUDAL. I November 0. — Bowan at 1 1 a.m.. Cudal at 11 a.m.. Cargo at 3 p.m., Cranburv ;it 3 p.m.. Cudal at 7.30 p.m., BnrdeU ut 4.30 p.m. I November 16. — Toogong at 11 a.m.. Bumbury at 11 a.m., Manildra at 3 p.m., lied Hill at ;J p.m.. Cudal at 7.30 p.m.. Fair Hill at 7.30 p.m. W. Vaughan Rase, Rector. ' H. G. Wn/rsoN, Licensed Reader. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

No Loss of Time. I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera j and Diarrhoea Eemedy for years, and would rather be out of coffee aud sugar than it.' -I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther, and they are at work again this morning— H. B. Ph em'S, Plymouth, Okla., U.S.A. As will be seen oy the above the threshers were able to keep on with thier work without losing a single day's time. You should keep a bottle of this remedy in your home. For sale by H. W. Macord, Chemist, Moloujj.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow ; First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sunday in each month, Molong Third Sunday in each month, Cumnock Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Manildra During the summer months, namely from September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August , inclusive, Mass will commence at 11 a.. m. N.B,— This order will be observed until further notice. M. Hanlky

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Molong's New Sergeant. SERGEANT HICKS FARWELLED AT GULGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] . SEEaEANT iK^lLEWELLEr AT \\ m&om. Pbiob to his : departure for Molong, Sergeant Hickis was entertained at * banquet by his ' ; Gulgong friends. ireport.^ol ; ;)tbe ; proceedings we gather the following extraots of speeohes delivered by Gul gong's leading citizens Mr. E. R. Brigden said he had known Sergeant Hicks for a great number of years, and always found him to be a straightforward officer, and not over-officious as is often tbe case with police officers. He was very sorry Mr. Hicks was leaving the dis trict, though he was pleased to hear of his well-deserved promotion. He considered that the Sergeant was one of the best officers Gulgong ever possessed. Mr. A— Wood bad known Sergeant years, and always found * *3^/4)6 a man who would prefer to ,»*&ne on the right and not the wrong traok. Mr. Harrison said that he could not sit still and not say a word in support of such a toast as tbat just proposed. He knew the Sergeant in a different capacity to the rest o...

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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Kelitfioias ' Uleinoramla. ! ANGLICAN CHUliCH. i Molong — 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in tbe j month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (hc) and 4th Sun- | '?days at II and 7.30 I Yullundry— 1st Sunday in each month at 1 11 a.m. 1 . Cumnock — 1st Sunday in eueh month at 3 p.m., and 5th Sunday at It a.m. (nc) Amaroo — 1st and 3rd Sundays at 3, also 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 Garra-— 2nd and 4th Sundays each month at 3, and also in moonlight sudson ut 7.30 Beri— 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 Eucbareena third Sunday in each month at 11 Oblcy— 4th Sunday in January, March May, July, September and November at 10.30 Balderodgery — Same days as Obley at 3 J. Alldib.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

T- EOS 4o aMoundei^^e^hMpurcbaBed rl ;^he which has recently ^heeio^pr^tea thtobghout, thus making it one of the tost and mo8t\ comfort able retreatB in the West. ' Splendid Sample Booms lor Commercial Travellers. BATH BOOMS, Ac. Buggies and Horses always on Hand Attentive Groom. . Edward Hogan, Courthouse Motel, HILL STREET, MOLONG. Well Watered Paddocks. No Responsibility. ? Good Stabling. First-class Table. CHABGE8 MODERATE. r~ THE-- x Ctfmmmtal %sAt\, CUMNOCK. J. W. MoDomrell, PBOPBIETOB. ONLY the best Brands of Liquors and Ales stocked. Superior Accommodation for travellers. Excellent stabling. The Commercial is the nearest Hotel to the Post Office. Half-Way Hotel, TWO-MILE, WELLINGTON ROAD. JAS, AUSTIN PROPRIETOR. HAVING leased the above old and popu lar Hotel, lately carried on by Mr. Robert Gibson, it will be my endeavour to make it one of the most comfortable houses in the West. The premises are now under going a thorough repair, and will he newly furnished Throughout. Spec...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Bowan Park. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Bcwan Park. [fcltOM OUB OWN CoBBiSSPONDENT . j Tee milk supply is coming on well at the creamery here, there being eleven suppliers on the list now sending about 280 gallons daily. If we only gofcagood fall of rain there would soon be a still further increase iu the supply, for despite the drought there is still a number of fine milch cows in the district. Stock are beginning to put on con dition a little. There will be no wheat crops t'bis year, most of the farmers having turned tbeir stock in on them. Some of the young maize crops look first-class, but the rabbits are getting to their destructive work. By the bye, tbe rabbit pest appears to be on the increase about here. Bowan Park people are looking forward with interest to the athletic carnival to be held on Monday next, in aid of the Church of England Building Fund. I understand the Committee have over £50 in band al ready, so that after tbe sports there, should be a fair sum realised.

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Molong Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] The usual motathly^ueeting of the Hospi tal Committeo 'was held on Monday evening. -Present' Messrs. A. S. Bride-; kirk(cnair.),X 3?ilbrookl J. T. Parslow. : W. T. Job, W. 1?. Cahill, John White, J. 8. Taylor, 3. F. Wynne, G-. Eggleston,. Dr. Yeech, Dr. Reiach, and the Secretary (Mr. A. Bamford). Apologies were received from Messrs. McG-roder arid Holt for unavoidable .absence. V.C'S. REPORT, November 3rd.— To the Chairman and Committee. — I beg to submit the follow ing report as one of the Hospital Visiting Committee I visited the Hospital on 5th, 12th, 18th and 25th October, and 1st. November. During my visits the greatest number of patients was four, and the least one. No complaints from patients, all stated they bad every attention and noth ing to complain about. Pending the re sult of tbe medical officer'^ and subcom mittee's report re repairs to Hospital, I will defer referring to matters that re quire attending to. I certainly endorse the doctor's and sub-committees repor...

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Bocobble. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Bocobble. ('FbOM OUB OWN CoBHESPONDENT.j I On Saturday Bocobble tennis court was tbe scene of an interesting match between tbe local team and Gregra. Play commenced a little after 10 o'clock, and continued until after six, when the scores showed a win for Bocobble by twenty-eight games. A number of excited visitors were present and kept things going merrily. Fol lowing are the scores : — B G Mr. J. and Miss N. Langdon v. Miss I. Whiley and Mr. A. Baker ? -» 0 Mr. Ji and Miss N. Langdon v. Mjlss P. and Mr. P. Goodman ? ? 4 6 Mr. J. and Miss N. Langdon v. Miss A. Wren and Mr. B. Goodman ... (J 2 Mr. J. and Miss N. Langdon v. Miss E. Wren and Mr. J. Goodman... t- 0 Miss H. and Mr. W. Hyland v. Miss L Whiley and Mr. A. Baker ? 0 3 MissH. and Mr. W. Hyland v. Miss P. and Mr. P. Goodman ? G 2 j Miss H. and Mr. W. Hyland v. Miss A. Wren and B. Goodman ? 15 1 j Miss H. andsMr. W. Hyland v. Mi.s.s ^ j E. Wren and Mr. J. Goodman ... -3 4 , Miss E. and Mr. E. Langdon v. Miss I. Whiley aud Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

PPflPI P sbould guard against evcry-day practices. ? When asking for Wolfe's fcSclinapps don't take substitutes. There is one only and only one genuine WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. Don't be put off by the u just as I good ' story. Unless the real brand § is obtainable it would be wiser and H safer not to take any at all. I W' ? i: ' ?/' ; j ' (tamwrk HirtdjariJ Jolm lieary & Sons Proprietors. '£)BIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c., at tbe I lowest rates. Small Goods always on hand. Best attention given to all orders. LOOK! ^ IF YOU WANT A GOOD FITTING SUIT Made from tbe 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 made from all classes of Goods of the most modern patterns. I have now in stock a Splendid Assortment of Materials suitable for the present season, and can turn out in first class style Trousers, from 17s 6d Suits, from ... £3 3s Remember, lam the only Practi...

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Tasmanian Rams. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Tasminiiaii Bains. j — v — — Mb. Chas. Cabs, of The Meadows, Obley Road, writes as follows : — ' At last July sales in Sydney (Tasmanian ram sales) I purchased ten of Gibson's 2 years olds. These sheep have had a very hard time of it until lately ; I was feeding them for aboat three months on fib wheat a day — some days a little bran. I had them shorn last week, and tbe ten averaged 21£lbs of wool. The lightest was 191bs, and the heaviest 281bs— a beautiful quality of wool. ?

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ON DIT: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

I ON DIT s That Molong Hospital is still in need of a Chairman. | That Dr. Bosb and the present Committee are not on the best of terms. | That a sad case is reported from Amaroo. That the wardsman is to continue on at the Hospital. That bread is expected to be 4d per loaf before very long. That arrangements are complete for the j sports to be held on Monday next. That an inquest was held near Molong on Sunday last — the first to be held oo the Sabbath in this district. That it costs N.S.W. £110,897 per annam to run the State Parliament. That it is indeed time expenses were cut down and the number of members reduced. - That £134,263 runs the Commonwealth Parliament per year. That old foijger ' has at last conciliatory attitude. CO ^ That newspaper postage is now Vb^fullKj 4?, swing, with its inconveniences and yfflj. A/ ances. v\- That, after all, the big city dailies succeeded in almost completely evading the postage. That the evasion, too, is being made ap parently with the approva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

i ~ ' \ ' MBIT ? KBSSTIOIISI ¥0' M£- BT THB TIMES. Sixty AU Wool Parramatta MEN'S SUITS I I The Pick Of the Mills T Price at the Mill, 30s. Will be Sold at NEILSON'S at 27s 6d a Suit. . ' * . . .... ~ A ; ? ' .;ay them. --. . . A Beautiful Line iu JUl Wool. Usual Price £% 10s. Will be Sold at Xeilson's at £1 19s 6d. Please Inspect these Suits before buying Elsewhere. Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits T Usual Price 25*. Will be Sold for 31s Od. Hundreds of other Tip-Top Suits from 17s Gd to £2 os. -§--^$UITS TO WIEASURE.~_^^ Style, Fit, and Finish Cannot l-e Beat. Prices from 3Ts 6d to £4. * Visit the Gljisgoryy Stores and see my Up-to-date Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CROCKERY* iliON MONGE R Y , ; FURNITURE and GROCERIES which can be bought at ? ^^BEDROCK PRICES. JOHN NEILSON, GLASGOW STOKES, MOLONG.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Do you know that J. E. CAMPBELL (Into of Singer Company) has opened a Store in Bank-street, opposite the Commercial Bank ? Give the new man a trial.*

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The "Blanche Barkly" Nugget. A Remarkable Story from Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] A Remarkable Story from Canada; The body of 8. Hawkins Napier was found in the woods in the Gatineau country, Ontario, 'half eaten by rats. This tragic end recalls the discovery of one of the largest nnggets that Australia ever produced. Samuel Hawkins Napier , was the man who won fame and fortune by finding the 'Blanche Barkly' or Kingower nugget. He. took it to London and became a ' lion.' Then he returned to Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada, and was elected a member of the Legislature. / But the fortune which came so easily to him passed from his hands, and he was glad to earn his daily bread in Canada at any labor. He recently took charge of a supply point in a lumber camp in the lonely Ontario woods, and there he met his tleath. And a hideous death it was. Cut off from all communication with other men — save the few who once in a while called for stores— he' was taken ill, died and his body lay unburied for weeks. The rats made food of him. He told a story some years ago at ...

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