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A Challenge. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

A Challenge* Mb. P. Heffernan, of Junee Junction, in the S.M. Herald of 27th ultimo, offers a bonus of £100 to tbe leaders of the Protestant Defence Association, and £50 to the person or persons who will give information which will estab lish the fact tbat there exists in this country a Catholic political organisa tion in any shape or form ; or for in formation which will prove that there . has been in this State a Catholic movement aimed at the destruction of tbe interests of Protestant fellow citizens.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong M.R. Rifle Club. SATURDAY'S SHOOTING. 500yds. 600yds. T[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Jffolong IH.R. JKftfle Club. SATURDAY'S SHOOTING. 500yds. 600vds. Tl. Trooper HLWoolbank 33 31 64 S.M. Daley ? 32 30 62 Saddler G. Ball ? 34 19 53 Trooper J. Irvine.... 31 18 49 Trooper J. Collins .. 31 14 45 Trooper S. Ball ? 25 20 45 Trooper T. Ball ? 22 2*2 44 S.S. E Pike ? 21 18 39 Trooper W. Irvine . . 26 12 38 Trooper B.Millgate.. 17 17 34 Trooper H. Garlick . . 25 9 34 Trooper E. Gosper .. 18 15 33 Trooper E. Silk ? ? 19 10 29 Corporal J. T. Neville 16 10 26

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Monday's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] The first King's Birthday celebrationis since 1836 are evidently going to be carried out in great stylj in Molong, judging by tbe . lavish arrangements made by the United Friendly Societies' Committee for the Sports to be held in aid of purchasing a ? piece of land for the- Sisters of St. Joseph. Mr. P. F. A. Kinna— the Secre- 1 tary who knows no failure— informs us j that already over £20 is in hand, that the , trophies required are over-subscribed, and that there is no reason why the Sports on Monday should not prove a gigantic success. Molong Band is under engage ment to 'dispense sweet music.' The ladies, who have worked real hard, intend running a Refreshment Tent on the ground, where it is safe to say the best meal at the price may be obtained. At night there will be the Grand Concert in the School of Arts, followed by a dance, aud on the following night (Tuesday) the Juvenile Plain and Fancy Dress Ball will engage attention. In connection with tbe above, tbere is thii Art...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, ^^HEBBmSJ Rolled Gold, and Solid Gold. JHSPpIS Spectacles from Is to 85s. x _ -*- . ^11 Latest Design Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. Try one of my ttlieitlkiaiic* Stings for Rheumatism. 3s each. GOLD LINKS, any is in Brooches. Design from 12/6 pair .Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d ^i||m Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, jjmH — j ^ Laigu Slock of Pretty Charms rjpry one of jjjy renowned NICKB1* unJ Qold Crosses to cboosc from. Watches at 21s. , Lever Movement and nonmagae Dress, i^ngagement, tic- Cases screw together. Wedding & Keeper Rings One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, 17i M E3. BIiA-OKADDBB, JE'WIEJX.LIEIR. MOJ.ONG.

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

Amaroo. [From our own Correspondent.] The total rainfall for last month was i 169 points, as compared with 353 during October last year. Regular monthly meeting of Pro gress Association takes place on Wed nesday, 12th iustant, at 8 p.m. Sickness is prevalent about here now. Mrs. John Wrhite is, I am glaa to say, recovering. One death has occurred during the week. Shearing at Mr. McMahon's station is in full progress. The last hopes for a wheat crop this season are fast disappearing. Mr. Wm. Shapland, senior, of ' Flitton,' is mentioned iu the last batch of J's.P. appointed. Mr. George Cutting, whose illness was referred to in your last issue, died at Orange Hospital on Monday. The cause of death was pneumonia, deceased being conveyed from Amaroo to the Hospital last Sunday in a critical state. His father, with whom be resided on tbe farm, was brought iu at tbe same time suffering from the same complaint, and be now lies in a serious state at the Hospital, his case being considered a...

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

ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Hullo there I Please ring up E. Blackadder, of Molong, and order tor me one of his 4s 6d Alarm Clocks; also a Two-tune Musical Clock at 16s, aod an Eight Day Striking Clock at l(JSt I am to be married on Wednesday and must have his reliable clocks in my house.'— Gcs. More murders take place in Paris in m°Bths than in London, Berlin and Vienna combined in double that length of time. During the drought it has cost tbe r il P0-, over £100,000 for fodder u-r their live stock in tbe Port Stephens and Newcastle districts. i

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

Road Contracts. -Tenders, addressed to the C.P.S. at Forbes, will be received for the following contracts up to 17th November : — Contract No. 20/02-08, Canowindra to Goola gong ; No. 21/02-03, Eugowra to Goolagong; No. 22/02-03, Canowindra to Eugowra ; No. 9/02-08, Orauge to Forbes {fresh tenders uuder altered specification) ; No. 10/08-03, . Forbes to Goolagong (fresh tenders under altered specification). Specifications may be seen at the Court Houses, Forbes, Canowindra, and at the Post Office, Goolagong,

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Molong Council. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

? Molong tSbuncil. ^ TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 4. '? Present : Aldermen J. Black (Mayor), J. Tilbrook, J. S. Taylor, G. Garlick, Bennett, Parker and Cole. 1 Sergeant Hicks was appointed, sub ject to tbe Department's approval, Inspector of Slaughterhouses, vice Sergeant Cusack resigned. A cheque for £1 Os 3d was received, being first dividend in the estate of the late B. Thomson. ' people's reform league. A letter was read from the People's Reform League re public meeting in Molong to be addressed by Mr. F. W. Home, General Secretary. Tbe Mayor, while not very enthu siastic, said that Parliamentary reform was . urgently neede.l. New South Wales was badly governed, in a sense having the ino~t expensive Govern ment, according to population, in the world. On the motion of Aid. Parker, seconded by Aid. Tilbrook, it was de cided to call a public meeting for Wednesday evening, 12th instant. REPORTS. Tbe Works Committee (Aldermen Tilbrook and Bennett) reported hav ing inspected various minor roads ...

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[?] Pla[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] green wfte-pollard, lib Paris green^ 12lba bran and;llb salt, mix up with water like a bran masfa and spread it thinly outside tbe crop or along tbe edge. Placedin the furrow in front . blowbg;abont„andthe locusts crawl ?r.U'.' Japon ' 'it*' ' '? As should 'be front of or alongthe ^dgewith Paris Green, loz. fcj lQgaUbns 1 of . ^ater, will deposit enoughpSwonon fchewbeat to kill all insects feefflBg'KiC'

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Molong's Member. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. ROSS, M.L.A., has handed us the following letter for publication:— GREGRA WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] DB.:r|^|^^w^lbS%ipi^^os' the follow||^C|tt€j^B ^^^Iprtipn : — IstJ&ovember, 1902. — Date of letter ^Bt^oot : Apj^^(m;^or a public well itnd pum|fft3(^rtgja. Reply : It is re ported%WJtls quite nniofertein^ that water would be obtained by sinking to a reasonable depth in this locality, lind tbat public requirements would not justify the expenditure. The re quest cannot therefore be . acceded to. — J. Davis, Under Secretary.

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

l^Uo^b HAB&ddedto tbe list otter valuable prepara tions a nnmberof others from the priv*t« weiMbAa and medical notes of her late hoi bini»&.O.B. R. liLOYD, M.R.C.P.E., Ii.R,C.8.B., Ac,, Registered, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane. ' These Remedies are dis ;il£;^V pensed under the immediate oare'of a leading Sydney Phy gtoian, and will be known as the BIOSOZON remedies, and may be obtained from MRS. iSufv A. C. htiOYD Only, at the onf ^MLxjW form price of 10s od per box or FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION. Send 2s (stamps) and stamped envelope for particulars to MRS. A. C. LLOYD, For many years the confidential advisee and FBJEND OF SUFFEBING WOMEN, 406 Park, Road Paddington. T A T\ T Tin d -who consult Mrs. A JUA.JJ-LiiaD c. LLOYD on ANY MEDICAL SUBJECT may rely on obtain ing Honest, Stbaightfoewaud, and Sensible Advice, and Effectual Assistance A Marvellous Pain-soother. 1 Dr. G. R. Lloyd's ' partdrative,' ioi J rendering labour almost painless : Mrs. Lloyd's Nursing Hom...

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

For your Groceries, Fruit, Confectionery, | &e., &c., go to J. E. CAMPBELL'S— the j Cheapest Store in Town. Customers waited j on for orders, and parcels delivered.*

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Brown now?ft Wh0ij to remarkable for an AW Lincoln habit of tying np his bbotB with bindeftwiQe ; bat that waB evidently all the Lincoln in him. -Though a very -good local inemptr^ lo&al^ preacher, i,iad a to boot, Feaeral

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Correspondence. The Gambling Evil. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Correspondence. The (Gambling fivfl. — o — To the Editor of the Abgus. Sir, — Your issue of the 81st October is by no means discounted by tbe publication . of the Rev. A. Stephen's invective against gambling. But although I think be has used no stronger language against it than it deserves, I do not quite agree with him in the form it takes. But with that I do not intend to meddle more than to say I do not regard every one who gambles as a thief. I would ask the rev. gentleman to give a second paper on this subject. I feel a little afraid to ask him to preach a second sermon. But I . certainly would like him to pursue the subject. I feel sure that if thiB subject were properly threshed out we would not find so many otherwise sensible men putting their money in Tatter sail's sweeps. Mr. Stephen's sermon does not convince the man who is unprejudiced. It does not beach the man who is in favor of gambling. He (the man in favor- of gambling) says he does get something for his money. He g...

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

[?] ? ^un referred i toalready.disposed of. DqbbojOriGket Union bas a member Bhijp rpil of 271. . Eggs exhibited at Fancy Fayre weighing'BBoas ?er dozep. /Molong and Manildra cricketers 3^.\to-morrow. Candidates for tbe Federal Parlia ment will have to deposit £25. Oronza Presa predicts a very wel summer. 0, let it be soon ! Tbere was a deficiency of about £9 in tbe. gas consumed during October compared with tbe previous month. Mr. W. G, Taber, Toogoug, invites tenders for stripping 150 acres of w||eat. Public meeting, under auspices of Reform League, on Wednesday even ing next. A variety concert will ba held at Manildra on Wednesday, November 19, in aid of cricket club funds. In the Ballarat baud competitions Newcastle won the championship and £200. Over 200,000 ewes have been sold during the last few weeks in lliverina at 2s per head. When in town give ' Ted ' Campbell, a call. He will be glad to sue you. Opposite the Commercial Bank.* At present there are afloat for the United Ki...

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BOWAN PARK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

BOWAN PABK BOAD. Public Works Department, Sydney, 81st October, 1901. ?— Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 2nd instant, enclosing communications from the Bowan Park Progress Asso ciation (Thos. Seale, Esq., Hon. Sec.) respecting tbe improvement of tbe road from Bowan Park to Davy's Plaius, I have the honor to inform you the Minister regrets tbat be can not at present see bis way to authorise expenditure on the road in question. — J. Davis, Under Secretary.

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

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

E. CAN DISH, BUILDER, CABINET HiKEB, ? — AND — House Decorator, Watson Street, Molong. Plans Drawn. Estimates Given. 1

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TENNIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

TENNIS MATCH. Tbe return tennis match, Cudal v. Teachers, was played at Cudal on Saturday, when tbe teachers again suffered defeat. The weather condi tions were all that could be desired for this good old game. At dinner time Cudal led by four games, but late in tbe afternoon the ' chalk-drivers ' went to pieces and were finally de feated after a most interesting fight by 80 games. Host Healey provided tbe usual good dinner, at which the teachers scored well. Following are the scores : — C T Frize and Sheppard v. Turner and Mockett ? ? 6 4 Moran and Sheppard v. Turner and Healey ? 4 6 C. Carman and West v. H. Carman and L. Gavin ? 6 3 Champion and Moran v. E. Gavin and Mockett ? 6 3 Frize and Sheppard v. H. Carman and L. Gavin ? ? 4 6 Carman and West v. Turner and Healey ? ? ? 6 2 Champion and Moran v. Gavin and Mockett ? ? ? 6 1 Frize and Sheppard v. Turner and Healey ? 5 G Carman and West v. Gavin aud Mockett ? 6 3 Champion and Moran V H. Carman and B. Gavin ? 6 4 Carman and Shepp...

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Cudal District. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Iff! IIP jWl.iMMM ..Ui. ....... ... ;'4 I [?] - Wjf^P§||MS lis' fiyailible; ! is something like 100; gallons aearly recovered from her dangerous paint substance. {Thanks totheskil ful treatment of Molong and Orange dopto^^o kittle patient has palled through; The Roman Catholic and Church of England portions of the Gudal Ceme tery have been enclosed with a sub stantial rabbit - proof fence. Being also cleared of young trees, &c., the above ^portions present a very differ ent appearance to the dilapidated condition they were in a few months ago. Crops will prove almost -total fail ures in this district, and even then - we are just as well off as our neigh* bours. And it is t o good to cry over spilt milk either. Mr. J. All man was walking with hiB wife along the Oargo road on Tuesday evening when he disturbed a snake which bit him on tbe leg near tbe ankle and then escaped. Mr. Allman was successfully treated by Dr. Kelty, of Orange. A cricket match was played last Saturday, w...

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