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Ye Olde English Fayre. Gross Takings Nearly £50. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] [?] opened in theScbool^fArte oo. W^nes lasteyemng. -The^lEurwi^£l^la(^ss,' thiB^romoters achieving a Jesuit far in excess of. the anticipations foreshadowed by & severe season. ? Theopening.ceremony was performed by Mrs. S.P.Reynolds, of Borrawong,at ibe completion of which 'Mrs. Reynolds was presented by little Miss Doris Stephen with a handsome basket of flowers.. Mr. J. J. Morris, that . staunoh supporter of Methodism in Molong, added a few en couraging words, after which the children sang, under the tuition of Miss Bowler and Miss Castle, the pretty chorus, ' Gather Sweet Flowers.' The hall presented a very animated and the biriiding, an^were laden with saleable articles. In the centre a fountain (im ported from G-renfell, and erected by Mr. D. Scoles) played up its refreshing spray and imparted cooling thoughts to those fortunate enough to get witmri reach, for it was warm in the fiall, very much so. The ladies at the various stalls were garbed in Elizabethan costu...

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

— — — . ^ r IiTAIl Designs, Qualities and Prices. j I H Laces a Speciality. J fH HASEMER'S FOR LACES M j'H IS THE PEOPLE'S CRY. ^ i Greater Assortment Thar? Eyer. ^ ? hd AGENT FOB ? Water Tanks Yates' leetls Challenge Corn Cure Wire Netting FODDER SEEDS OF ALL. DESCRIPTIONS. I STOEE. SEEDS I LATEST advices show an increase in value of Farm Seeds since the Welcome Rain, 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 favourable conditions, and to reduce a Large and Varied Stock X3 '1 — T QM III i I ii I » Jlv. JLJ ? O JL J-X JL Baa decided to sell PARCELS OF VEGETABLE SEEDS, embracing Onion, Beet, Parsnip, Carrot, Tomato, Lettuce, Broad Beans, Peas, French Beans, Swede and White Turnip, Radish, Cabbage, in Od packets— 7 for2s6d. 12 Packets FLO WE 11 SEEDS (assorted) for 2s Od. llape, Sorghum, Swede and White Turnip, Lucerne and Barley in Quantities. Potatoes ib Large or Small Lots, for Seed or Ta...

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

[?] Austbalia stands pre-eminently as a ?? and in almost ever; branch of sport Australians bave made an honored name for themselves. ^Witb our splendid climate, there is some sport suited to every month of thi| year, and ' when football goes out cricket comes in.' The^jjrimary factor m our success in sportsis that inherent love of approbation so peculiar to the Australian. The spirit of emulation which makes a man submit to a course of discipline sufficient to get his physical frame in the fittest condition to compete with bis peers in the cricket field, would sink into insig nificance unless it were buoyed up by the tribute of praise accorded him by his friends or in the newspaper reports of his exploits. When he reads that ' that reliable bat Bill Smith collared the bowling of the redoubtable Jones and Bobertson, and played a masterly and absolutely faultless innings, carry ing his bat out, and being himself j carried out to tbe pavilion on the j shoulders of his delighted friends...

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

Sayings. — o — A broken reputashun is like a broken vase— it may be mended, but allwus | whare tbe krak was. Yung man, allwus pla to win — a game that ainfc worth winning aiut ! worth playing. There is one great advantage in wearing out insted ov rusting out — the last six iuches ov the man who j wears out, iz az bright az the fust waz. Opinyuns kant be worth muteh. If they waz, people wouldn't allwus be so anxious to give them away. The recipee for making a pood proverb iz, take one gallon ov truth, bile it down to a pint, sweeten with kindness aud set it way to cool. Iiurry alhvus steps on itself — dis- patch steps on the other phellow. There is a great deal ov what iz called virtew in the world that iz nothing more than vice tired out. Tbere is nothing so powerful as example. We put others straight by walking ourselves.

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

What Pays Best is netting your Watches and Clocks from J2. Blackadueu, Watch maker, of Molong, who can give you a guar antee with each Clock or Watch, which cannot by done by a dealer. All Clocks and Watches require some small repairs and rflguJalin;,' before ;hr-v are sold to customers. £o lie wise !

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

BID D L E STREET, —MOLONG ? Will Visit CUMNOCK Every Monday. Dr. James Reiacli, M.B., C.M., Ed. BANK 8TBEE T, lloloil^. Government Vaccinator. NOTICE. ~ P taoGk PliarmaGy Is now under the Management of MR. W. A. FARR. ? ? ? ? — i [A Caho.] ? j Nurse Miller, CUMNOCK. Ladies' Certificated Nurse. M. L. Caro, R.D.S., Dentist, Orange, i (Late Leveb & Caro), (Late Assistant to Dr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG — OS— I Saturday, Hovemtoer 8, And may be Consulted at Stockwell's Hotel from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. WILL VISIT Cumnock, M-»v«uib«r Legitimate Work done in all Branches of the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. Legal. i. Ipj Sj m J&go M, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. mRUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved I Secureties. EDWARDS BROS., BAKERS, Pastry Cooks, Confectioners, Grocers, FIIUITE life IIS. Opposite Commercial Bank, Molong. Pastry a Speciality. Choice Fresh Fruit. tgf Wedding, Birthday and Christening Cakes made t...

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

? r ' .''. ??'??;? ' . . ??' . ,, ? , ? . ?' ' ESPECTFULLY begs to inform the Ladies of Molong and District ?4^*' that Ms MILLINERY AND FANCY DEPARTMENT has just been replenished with all the NEWEST and most * ^ Ct^ ||./.: - j . - . . ? ; IT ? ?? i ????-' Visitors to the town truthfully remark that it would be difficult to find a Better Dressed Lot of Ladies than Molong can produce. Tast.fi and Elegance are the terms we so often hear applied. L. RICH is not blind either. He also sees that the Ladies of I Molong are up to date, and in order to try and please them he arranged that his Milliner (Miss Schofield) should visit Sydney for the purpose of buying what she knows will please you; and with her usual Good Judgment and Good Taste that lady has bought the very things you want. And further, she - ? has seen what is worn this season, and if you will only visit her Department at the Windsor Stores, she can show you the Yery Latest and tell you all about them. LOXJXS RICH, WINDSOR STOR...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

NEWSPAPER postage. To-day ushers in a new system with us— the payment of postage on all newspapers circulated to our sub scribers through the post. Newspaper postage has increased the price of many country journals, and all the city dailies have risen their subscrip tion rates which, too, must be paid strictly in advance. But the Molong Akgus does not propose to pass the postage on to subscribers, Jilie many of its pseudo Freetrade brethren. Our rates will still be 8s (if strictly paid in advance) per quarter; and 3s Gd if booked. Now that we propose to bear the cost of postage, it is essential that all our clients must keep good on the books to enable us to meet a big addi tional spot casb outlay every week. We would respectfully ask for a prompt settlement of ail arrears up to date, And would also take this last opportunity of informing a number of long-winded customers that their names wilMorthwith be erased from our subscribers' list and legal proceed ings taken to . recover the...

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

REFOBM ! The spirit of Reform is in the air, but has not yet taken concrete form. It cannot be expected, to do so tiil the time for action arrives. Then the: different bodies who are more or less ; at variance, not over principles, but details, will, and must, co operate to i return a very different cla-s of pdiii cians than we have been accustomed to, or if tbe satne men go back to Parliament it must be with a sense of responsibility for tbe welfare of the State, not simply as delegates to grab as much public money as they can «et for tbeir district or themselves. The Opposition leader says tbe movemeut must be a political one, engineered by politicians. The voice nf tbe people says ' NO. We have bad enough of your so-called politics, and want now common sense and honesty.' Honesty to determine us to live within our means, and common sense -to work our way back to prosperity from the Political Slough and the Drought Disasters which threaten to overwhelm us. Let the politician show ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Reserves at Dilga. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

Keservt'.w saf SHigsa. In the Assembly Dr. Jioss asked the Secretary for Lauds : — 1. llow is it that on tbe 2^tb July last Dr. Ross, on behalf of one of bis constituents at Dilga, Molong district, county of Gordon, wrote drawing tbe attention of the department to the fact that tbere are iu the neighborhood of Dilga no less tban six reserves within a radius of 7 miles, to the great incon venience of settlement and the public ; j and although au answer was promised at an early date, three months have since elapsed aud no answer is yet j forthcoming ? (2.) Who is answer able for this long and unnecessary de lay in obtaining information in the interest of bona fide settlement and tbe general public ? Mr. Bennett answered, — It is pre sumed that the hon. member refers to I tbe case of W. Austin, who applied to increase bis holding out of travelling stock reserve r3:80iS, parish of Benya. The case involved a reference to the Mines Department and to the local officer, who has been instruc...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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OUR DAIRYING INDUSTR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

OUKDAIRYING INDUSTOT Despite tbe unprecedented drought the predictions of pessimistic kbowftlls, and the like, Molong Dairy Company still continues its operations, perhaps limited, but nevertheless certain in its returns to milk suppliers and satiislac-. tory in the circumstances to its direct ; tors and shareholders. The fact that the dairying industry in Molong has, in its infancy, faced tbe severest and most disastrous seasou known to New South Welshmen, and the fact that the dairy operations have con tinued uninterruptedly at the factory and creameries, speaks volumes for the soundness of the industry and the adaptability of the district to its suc cessful working. On Saturday last Mr. C. R. Pick worth, manager of the Singer Com pany and Chairman of Directors of tbe Bat-hurst Dairy Company, visited Molong, and inspected the local Factory. Mr. Pickwortb, to tbe Akgus representative, expressed an open admiration as the result of his observations, remarking that the Molong. Factory...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Coroner's Inquest. SUNDAY, 2ND NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 7 November 1902

[?] [?] An inquest was held by Mr. P. F. A. Kian&, DistrictCoroner, on Sunday last, touching the death of a man natned CharleB Chick, alias Watson. On account of tbe body being so decomposed, the' Coroner and jury had to leave the bouse at Bridgewater and continue the inquest under the shade of a tree. This is the first inquest held in the district under the ' Coroners' Act 1901,' which provides than an inquisition concerning the death of any person may be commenced or held on a Sunday if, in the opinion of the Coroner, such case is necessary or desirable. Tbe following, jury were impanelled : — Messrs. Cecil Allen (foreman), Andrew Eyan, Patrick Hopper, £dward Byan, JPercy Lee, Laurence Home and L. J. Beit. John Harman, on oath, stated ; I am a cook at present residing at Larras Lake ; I have known the deceased since July last ; have seen the body the subject of this inquiry ; it is the body of Charles Chiok ; he was a baker by trade and he informed me he served his time wi...

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

The wash -tub presents a phase o! Sooial hits wbichis little understood by the Male Section of tbe Gommunlt& but. whioli, nevertheless, is almost as important a iactor in modern lue as the Baker's Trough The Women Folk Know all about it, and will understand that the most important ad junot io the wash-tub is And is in the Soap that we propose to effect the Beform. There are ? so many Soaps on the Market that one is inclined to take any that is offered rather than-be bothered making a selection. This is a mistake, for there is a' Soap on the market which, as well as making Washing Easy, will last far longer than other brands. Slave Your Knergy and Your Pocket by buying Soap Branded with this Trade Mark TRADE Surprise I SueprisE 1 Brand. mark. ^ ? imp* ? ? ? Agent for Molong : JAg. HASLAM, Australian Stores. Proprietor. Breeder, Exhibitor, importer and Exporter of all the principal varieties of VOtfil and DUCKS, BETWEEN 30 AND SO IN NUMBER. Prize Winner with mostly all the fol...

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An Ill-Fated Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

in 111- Fated Btilfl. The announcement that Mr. Ividd will not proceed with his proposed Dairy Bill this session is no mutter of surprise considering the rough time it got all round from the farmers. Nowra I dairymen would have none of it ; ! Milton farmers unceremoniously kicked it out ; up North it was condemned in toto ; down South at Bega it was scouted ; out West it was rejected ; | and at Berry it was contemptuously j flouted and disowned. i

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Cricket Match. CUMNOCK v. YEOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

C racket .VKatcli. CUMNOCK v. YEOVAL. Appended are tbe scores of a match played at Yeoval on Wednesday lasi, and wbicb resulted in a win for Cum nock by 8 wickets and 3 runs. Tbe visitors were entertained at a capital lunch at Mr. W. Banwelt's residence. Messrs. 'G. J. Black and W. Ro bison captained Cumnock ;md Yeoval teams, respectively : — YEOVAL. 1st Innings. 2nd innings. W.Robinson ... 17 ? 12 W. Blatch ... 0 ? 3 H. Blatch ... ' ? 8 J. Martin ? ;- ? 8 G. Bov; hay ... * ? 0 C. G ibson ... 4 ? 2 W. Bamvell ... Hi ? 17 W. Gibson ... lt» ? 3 A. Spc'nce ... 5 ? 15 G. Job ? (I ? 0 F.Byrnes ... 2 ? n Sundries ... ;l ... ... 4 (4 'i- Bowling Average.— J. March. 3i- balls. 17 runs. 0 wickets; H. Doolan, 54 balls, 18 runs, 4 wickets : G . J. Black. 3(- balls, 18 runs. 5 wickets : Humphries. 12 balls, 9 runs, () wickets : Leary. 18 balls. 9 runs, 0 wickets. COMNOCK. 1st Innings. 2nd lunings. G.J. Black ... 1 not out 59 N.J.Miller ... in ? U H, Doolau ... 4 not out .s H.J. Young ... ii ? C...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

J^wevities. 'sisi- Caro visits Cumnock on ||S||nlyovemfaer. has been appointed ypp^|pader of the Labor Party, molong was in semi-darkness yester n hteSUlt °f fearful duststorm over ' Mr. L. N. Smith, of Boree, offers ins thoroughbred stallion, Leyboot, for sale cheap. 1 Branch of the People s Reform League formed in Molong. Mr. D. M. McCallum, Council Clerk, Secre tary, PBO TEM. The amount of wheat afloat is 2,835,000 busbels for the Uuited Kingdom, and 1,620,000 for the con tinent. Approval of After-auction Purchase : - — William Irvine, .Jo«eph Irvine, j James Irvine und Alexander Irvine, 0 ! acres 8r 28p, parish Too--ong, pria- I £21. j Tbe cyclone experienced at Peak j Hill on Saturday was the worst j recorded, and iiuueared to strike the towu Hi two narrow snips about 100 yards wide. F. S. Hamey, G. C. Jobuson and A. E. Robards, Molong cyclists, are handicapped to race at Dubbo to morrow. Cobar must be a nice place in summer. Tbe local Heiiald says : — Already the summer exodus...

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Metropolitan Sale Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

JAefropolitaii laio Varib. — o — Tin: following is a return of stock yarded at Fleinington for October. 1902 : — Sheep. Cattle. Pitt, Son & Badgery ? 40.205 1271 Maiden Bros ? .'59.111 375 Harrison, Jones & Devlin. Limited ? 21.385 248 Wilkinson & Lavender ... 18,993 297 Hill, Clarke & Co ? 18.700 1178 Warden Harry Graves & Son ? 18,188 71 Joseph Leeds & Co ? 15,821 327 J. C. Young & Co ? 3.337 88 Weaver & Perry ? 1 .535 :HiG W. Inglis & Son ? L034 438 Farmers & Settlers ? 995 I #5.304 41)59

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De Wet's New Move. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

Wei's .Hove. Genekai, De Wet is not only a soldier 1 but also a humane tnaD. He would j get od particularly well among tbe Salt Lake City Mormons. ? In a : speech, regretting tbe loss of so many ! Boers by British fire and exposure, he j pnlnmsorl t,hf- hravprv nf Riier ivnmpn. ! many of whom had been left, widows. In order to perpetuate the Boor race, j he suggested tbat a law should be i enacted in which a Boer might secure another legal wife ! This would give j the Boers an advantage over tbe j British, and tbe re-stocking of tbe j people would be the sooner accom- j plished.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering. 'I have been afflicted with sciatic rheu matism for fourteen years,' says Josh Edgar, of Germantowu, Cal., U.S. A, 'I was able to lie around but constantly suf- ; fered. I tried everything I could hear of und at last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was immedi ately relieved and in a short time cured, and I am happy to say it has not since re turned.' Why not use lias liniment aud get well ? It is for sale by H. W. Macord, Chemist, Molong.

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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

.Religious memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. M olono — 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in tbe month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (hc) and 4th Sun days at 11 and 7.30 - Yullondry— 1st Sunday in each month at 11 a.m. Camnoek — 1st Sunday in each month at S p.m., a,nd Sih Sunday at 11 a.m. (hc) Amaroo— -1st and 3rd Sundays at 3, also 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 Qarra^tad and 4th Sundays each month at 3, and also in moonlight season at 7.30 Beri — 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 Euohareena third Sunday in each month at 11 Obley — 4th Sunday in January, March May, July, September and November at 10.30 L Balderodgery— Same days as OWey at 3 J. AujDis. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow : . First Sunday each month, Cudal _ Second Sunday in each month, Molong Third Sundayin each* month, Cumnock Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Slanildra During the supuiner months, namely from September to March itulusive, Mass will commenceat 10 a.m.: From April to August, inclusive, Mass ...

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