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Wheat Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Wlicat Statistics. Mr. Coghlan, Government Statistician, has completed an estimate of land under crop during the present season, from which it would appear tbat the condition of affairs is extremely serious. Tbe estimated area uuder wheat is 1,561,704 acres. The area of wheat expected to be cut for grain 478,190 acres. The area expected to be cut for hay 272,929 acres. The area from which no crop will be obtained or which has hueu fed off is 812,585 acres. The Statistician does not feel iu a position at the present time to make an estimate of the probable yield per acre to be obtained from the dimin ished breadth of land likely to be cut for grain. This estimate will not be available for about four weeks.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hiding the Truth. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Hiding tlic Truth. To those who are enduriug the hard ships aud suffering the losses of the drought it is not a little aggravating to read the continual attempts of news papers aud politicians to put a good face upon the position. What harm can come from letting the truth be known ? If the supply of borrowed money is curtailed in consequence, it will be the best thing that can happen to us, driving into productive labor the large masses of men now trifling on public works, knocking the bottom out of the Labor party, which is really tbe lazy party, and re-introdpeing a sound way of looking at things, which will soon bring about a return of prosperity.

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

debilitation. A PERFECT ' . ..'v - / :X. / rJ- I RESUSCITATION. ' : ? ? - The Cm* of Mr* A. HANNAH. (FOR THE 'TIMES.') It in an indisputable fact that if sensible measures arc taken in time many of the evils to which we are subject can be counter acted. Conclusive proof of this is fur nished by Mrs. Ada Hannam, of Church street, North Parramatta, who, on being interrogated by our rcporicr, replied : ' If 1 had not adopted the measures I did, I fear to think what wight hare hap pened, for I was just in that weak condi tion which materially helps all sorts of discuses to lay hold of people. It is when the re is no vitality in the hody to assist in warding off the prevailing epidemics that the lives of the feeble are lost, and for that reason alone — quito independent of tlic misery attached to being sick from day to day — it is a highly important matter to keep up one's strength.' * * I ; i» t some folks consider that yon can not always do that,' said the writer. ' Ah ! but 1 know dif...

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

TAKE WOTICE.li ' ? ? ? Anyone found trespassing in my Paddocks, at Balderodgery and Oakr land, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. * J.J. DONNELLY, Balderodgery. I AGNES PARKER, of Stahmore, near . Sydney, Widow, hereby give NOTICE that I have this day RETIRED from the business hitherto carried on by me at CUDAL, under the name of my late Hub band, Caleb Parker, and have transferred such business to my Sons, JOHN STANLEY PARKER and ALBERT PARKER, who will henceforth conduct the same under thenatne 'CALEB PARKER,' but on their own account and for tbeir own benefit. Dated this 27th day of October, 1902. AGNES PARKER. J. S. PARKER. ALBERT PARKER. Witness-B. F. PAllKER, Solicitor, 92 Pitt-street, Sydney. TENDERS. For the Purchase of House and Land, Corner of Hill and Phillip Streets, Molong. TENDERS are hereby invited up to 19th November for the above Valuable Property belonging to Mr. Phillip Schuck, in close proximity to tbe Butter Factory, and near the Bridge, consisting o...

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

AFTERNOON TEA! — AND— ICES At the Royal Hotel, Prom 3 till 0 Every Afternoon. ' SHEEP! SHEEP! INSPECTION cao be made on MONDAY NEXT, 10th instant, at Laras Lake for STRAGGLERS. JAMES LEE. TENDERS. rpENDEllS are invited for STRIPPING I 150 Acres of WHEAT with a Harvester, or would purchase 'or hire a good Second Hand Robinson Harvester. Send particulars by letter to W. G. TABER, ' Glenlee,' Toogong. TO CONTRACTORS' TI1ENDERS will be received by undersigned 1 up to Saturday, 15th instant, for pulling down of old Cesspit at tbe Hospital and building of new one. Also for pulling up and relaying drain pipes. .Specifications at the Arous Office. A. 11. BAMFORD, Secretary. CAUTION. rpRESPASSEUS on Hazeldene Farm will JL be Prosecutcd without respect to persons. WILLIAM BRIDGES. November 1, 1902. FOR PRIVATE SALE. BRICK HALL in Bank-street, Wood House iu Bank-street, Brick House in Shield's Lane. For further particulars apply to P. SHIELD, Shield's Lane, Molong.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Ill lUcinoriaiii. NEYLON. — In fond remembrance of my dear brother, John Neylon, who died at his parent's residents, 31 Wreckleyn street. North Melbourne, on tbe 2nd November, 1902. May he rest in peace. Inserted by his fond brother, Frank Neylon.

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Red Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Red Hill. [From our own Correspondent,] Since writing you last I have bedfa ' out West about 150 miles from here, aud certainly during tbe last five years I have never seen things so bad as at present. On no place is tbere any feed for horses and only water at very long distances. Over a 'stretch of 60 miles I could only obtain it in two places. Around Trundle, Bogan Gate, Fifield and Bullock Creek the farmers have turned their large stock j into tbe wheat paddocks — I don't 1 think there will be any wheat or hay in these' districts. * The annual school picnic was held on Saturday and was a great success. Among the lady workers I noticed the teacher (Miss Mortimer), Mesdames Gosper (4), Ailen, Smith, Jackson, Townsend aud Johnson.

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Molong Road Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Molong Road Tote. I — o — We learn from the Okangk Leader that the following amounts, appropriated for roads in the Molong district, were laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday night Cauowindra ? £580 Boree to Manildra ? 140 Bridgewater to Yeoval ? 310 Cargo to Manildra ? 200 Cumnock to Balderodgery ? 280 Cudal to Barragan Hall ? 80 Curra Creek to Balderodgery ... 250 German's Hill to Boree ? 80 German's Hill to Kite's Swamp 160 Molong to Cargo ? 230 Norah Creek Road ? 30 Warne Road ? ? 160 Manildra Road ? 200 Gregra Road ? 120 Redbank Road ? 80 Murphy's Hill to Cudal ? 30 Wellington to Yullundrv ? 250

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

ttiiunbury. [From our ows Correspondent.] The heat has been most oppressive during the week, and its effect can be plainly scoa on tbe pasture already. Shearing is about concluded here, and a very fair clip has been tbe result, tbe wool being of good staple and perfectly clean. Mr. T. B. Townsend cut 224lbs from a 2-tooth ram, and considering the severe time- the sheep have passed through in the paddocks, I should say tbat that was a good fleece. The police have been here during tbe week collecting ladies' names for tbe electoral roll. But the idea don't seem to meet with much favor, and I think tbe following lines appropriate : O, woman, careful, tasteful woman, This truth you must confess : Tbat politics are not your forte, But love, and home, and dress ! O, woman, fairest flower of earth, Since first our race began, Oh, be our love, our angel still, Don't try to be a man 1

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Federal Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] M of tennis players was heldv#h^uesday evening when it was &e^3Pedfetilsi^ Ai jgood membership is guaranteed, the fidanciaTjoutlook being encouraging.. Mr, elected ~ Setiretaiy^|atid Miss F. Neiison Treasurer. A committee wasalsof ormed and code of, rules^pre pared. The membership fee was fixed at 5s for gentlemen, ladies 2s 6d, and Wed nesday, 19th instaht, selected as the Open ing day when a good roll-up is anticipated. Good entries for Cumnock Races. Several matters held over, including column advt. from Dalton Bros,, Orange. Must be warm overat Wellington. The Times measures the heat by points. Fearful weather. Town enveloped in dust clouds to-day, glass reading deg. in the shade. Red Hill cricketers defeated Reedy Creek on Saturday by six wickets. District Court was to have been held at Molong to-day : cases set down for hear ing. however, were previously settled. Messrs. Walker and lluscoui,of Orange, have applied through Dr. Ross for a small sum of money to form a...

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MOLONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

MOLONG MARKET. ? u ? Molong Argus Office, Friday. Wheat— none offering Flour, £10 per ton Bran, £7 Pollard, £7 per ton Dairy Butter Is Od wholesale ; Is Id retail Factory Butter, Is Od wholesale ; Is 2d retail Honey, 4d to od. Bacon, 8d wholesale; lid retail Eggs, 'Jd wholesale; 10d retail Cheese, Bodalla Is Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 9s to 10s cwt. retail New Maize. 5s wholesale ; Cs retail Rev. A. Stephen announces tbird address in series on 'Social Sores.' Next Sunday night's subject, ' Britain's birthright — shall it bo lost r

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"Sectarian War." To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] To the Editor of the Angus. Deau Sik,— As one who bikes a consider able interest in the work of the local j-j«$sf and has not been slow to remark thehigh moral tone pf both our Molong papers. T maybe permitted a few, lines re of brief unsigned article under above heading in your last issue. It is so unlike the tone of the Akgus that I can hardly ? think it is.from the editorial pen. Yofir writer does not put it in so many words, ;but reference is clearly made to the existence of the ''Protestant Defence. ?? ? Association, 'and their vigorous and organ ised camnaiguugainst what, they believe to be the encroachments of' Roman Catholicism in these lands. The object of tbe Association is 'defence,' not 'de- fiance,' and the necessity for its existence must be patent to all unbiased observers of the controversies of the past year or two. All I know of the alleged favoritism shown to B.C. civil servants, comes from statements^ publicly made from lime to time. Of; individual eases X ha...

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

[?] , TUES3-A¥, Present : The Mayor (Ald.Carman), Aldermen Ctaigie, Baker, Landauer and Mulling; . . * works report. A report was read from the Clerk of Works : — v ' Cudal, Nov. 4.— In complying with the Councirs requestj in ^on junction into A1& inspected tbe piece of road complained of by the Bowan Park Progress Association. I fiud tbat this road is in constant use in conveying the mails from Bowan Park to Cargo, it being the main road, and from its appearance it is evidently used to a fair extent by other traffic. In its present state it is, I consider, very dangerous to travel on, especially at nigbt, it being almost like a bush track. Representatives of tbe As sociation informed Aid. . Baker and myself that they would be well satis fied if tbe Council cleared the road | cbain wide for say balf-a-tnile, also fill in several dangerous parts. This I am under the impression could be done for a sum not exceeding £10. And taking into consideration that the Council recently c...

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

Change of Business. An advt. appears in the Government Gazette to tbe effect tbat Mrs. AgDes Parker has retired from business at Cudal and bas transferred tbe same to her sons, Messrs. John Stanley | Parker and Albert Parker, who will henceforth conduct tbe same under tbe ! name ' Caleb Parker,' but on their j own account, and for tbeir own bene- ; fit. Tbe Parker Bros, are deservedly | popular throughout the district, are | possessed of keen bysiness foresight, and should continue to increase tbe fame of a name that bas won tbe con fidence of people from one end of Molong Electorate to the otber. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering. ' I have been afflicted with sciatic rheu matism for fourteen years.' says Josh Edgar, of Gcrmantown, Cal., U.S.A, '1 ivas able to be around but constantly suf fered. I tried everything I could hear of and at last 'was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was irnmedi ,-itely relieved and in a short time cured, and ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] -,-:^£ OfS^ W- Newfcon, j of Oobar, has accepted the position of Basident , Medical . Practitioner at Cumnock andtakes up bis duties on 1st December. RiftjE Match.— The match, Molong v. Forbes Biflemen, will be shot off at i tbe local Range ob^ Monday nwtfcj j instead of to-jnorrpw, which latter date bas been found unsuitable for j members of tbe visiting team. SingerAgency.— Mr.J. S. Harney succeeds Mr. Sydenham as local agent for the famous Sipger sewing machines, and will be delighted to bear of an opening for a ' singer ' in any part of the district. Energy counting, Mr. Hamey should do bis Company j ustice. Cbioket Match. — Molong and Manildra cricketers will meet, on the Bee. to-morrow, play to commence pt 11.80 sharp. Molong tea'tn : — Messrs. ? Cockbaine, Charters, Leathern, Daley, Thomson, Nesbitt, Cook, W. Kelly, M. Kelly, Tanner and Hembrough ; emergency, H. A. MoCallum. Women Votkbb. — At Farkes the a ladies have formed what is called ' ' The Parkes Women's Progressi...

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

Hpevities. - » — Good entries received for Orange Races, Monday next. A gun has just been perfected in America to carry 25 miles. Bathurst Musical and Literary Competitions commence on Monday, 10th instant. J. E. CAMPBELL'S new ' Five Medal ' Tea. Is 6d per lb. Try it !? The local paper says that Hillston people are feeding tbeir pigs on eggs. The young King of Spain has ex pressed the wish to marry an Ameri can heiress. New South Wales companies have secured all the contracts for the supply of coal to the Victorian railways. At Corowa last week, a man was fined 5s and costs for offering for sale a fresh water codfish under 51b. in weight. A close season for opossums is ob served in Victoria, from 1st November to 80th April in each year. Mr. Thos. March informs us that he bas purchased the right of the refreshment tent at the forthcoming Cumnock Races. A mantelpiece for a fireplace in the Attorney-General's office in Sydney has just been imported from Melbourne at a cost of £150. Th...

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Obituary. DEATH OF MR. JOHN QUINN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Obituary. DEATH OF MR. JOHN QUINN, Xv.eatheas a surprise io many to hear of ' thesjdeath of the above gentleman, for ho Irad -only, taken to his room a lew days previously. As his friends knew hiiu he i was always a strong, healthy man, until a few months back, when lie sought medical advice for what he regarded as indigestion. But Sr. vfeech was treating him for an entirely different coinnlaint, and was in doubts from the first (hat. he would a cure. On Monday, 27th ultimo. Sir. Quinn felt his malady was getting worse, and he walked up to Dr. Veech's surgcrv to get further advice. On the following day lie took to his bed. and on Wednesday Dr. Eeiach was called in to consult with Dr. Vouch. As the patient continued to sink, it was decidcd to summon Or. Bray, of Orange, but aii three medical men were agreed t nat there was no possibility of saving the lite. The end came at midday on Sunday last, the c.iuse of death being an internal growth. Mr. Quinn was a native of Prosbury, County ...

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

[?] The V.R.C. Derby proved a cake walk for A-SUN-DANCE. South Australian wheat crop prac tically a failure. In view of the bad harvest, the wheat market continues to harden. Dog registration throughout the State is heavier this year than Buy previous year. Goulburn wants a female M.P. badly, There are enough ' women ' in the House already. Many farmers in Peak Hill district are still hopeful of securing a wheat crop. Rev. D. A. ' Gilsenan, one time of Molong, is not now stationed at Blayney, but at Yass. Leeds & Co. (Orange) report having sold for Mr. H. Green, Bowan Park, 10 bullocks from £5 Is to £5 10s. The Pambula Agricultural Society is to pay its secretary lb per cent, on gross takings. Mr. C. R. Pickworth, manager of the Singer Co., Bathurst, was in town on Saturday. By the way, Mr. Stuart Hamey succeeds Mr. Sydenham as the local agent for the Singer sewing machines. Mr. Hamey is a very energetic young man, and should assist well in up holding the reputation of the p...

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Cumnock Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Cumnock Jockey Cflnb. The following nominations have been re ceived for the two principal events in : connection with the race meeting to be held on Saturday, 15th instant : — Opening Handicap, C.J.C. Handicap, j 6 furlongs. 1 mile. Roseine Roseine 1 Redeemed Redeemed Lady Aragain Come-by-Chance Come-by-Chance Harpman Harpman Amaroo Amaroo Goodbye Goodbye Indie Indie Trouble Trouble Jessica Jessica Kinkora Kinkora Nervous Weights for the above will appear to morrow.

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

Whooping Cough. A woman who has had experience with this disease, tells bow: to prevent any , dangerous consequences from it. She says : Our three children took whooping I cough 3ast summer, our bafey boy being only three months «ldftaod owing to our giving them Chamberlain'* -^oyghItemedy they lost none of theirplumpnessand came out in much better heal tl$than other children whose parents did^ttotruse this remedy. Our oldest little girl would cali lustily for cough syrup., b&m&in whoops. Halt., Bpiwgwlle Ala!. A* This Remedy 38 ?6r«alo byH, W. Macord, Chemist, Molong. ?; -. -J

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