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

BANK STREET, MOLONG. 1 W. P. CflHILL BEOS to announce that he has purchased the above weli -known hostelry, which has recently been renovated throughout, thus ' '' making :t one of the best and most comfort* able retreats in the West. Splendid Sample Rooms for Commercial Travellers. s BATH ROOMS, &c. Buggies and Horses always on Hand Attentive Groom. Edward Hogan, Courthouse Hotel, HILL STREET, MOLONG. Well Watered L'aMocks. Xo Responsibility^ Good Stabling. First-class Table. CHARGES MODERATE. t — THE— ^ (Emiunmial %otd, CUMNOCK. J. W. McDonnell, PROPBIETOB. ONLY the best Brands of Liquors and Ales stocked. Superior Accommodation for travellers. Excellent stabling. Tho Commercial is the nearest Hotel to the Post Office. Hall- 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 tbe most comfortable houses - in the West. The premises are ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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We'd Like to See: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

We'd Like to See : The drought break up at once. ? A lew weirs constructed in Molong Electorate. Departmental officers pay a little more attention to Molong's member and bis requests. A secretary who can sbow a better record than our own F.F.A.K. More Dublic SDirit disolaved in the advancement of tbe town and district. No assessment levied in this district under tbe Rabbit Act until tbe break up of tbe drought. Every qualified lady elector in tbe Molong Electorate in possession of her elector's right. An end for ever to local Hospital troubles. -That Gregra railway line surveyed ! and settled one way or tbe other. The Goolagoog bridge erected, as referred to by our Eugowra corres pondent. A stop put to bathing within sight of the public road at Copper Hill. Molong Band competing at the next Bathurst contest.

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Australian Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] [?] Madges; Vigdor Drumper isnocl only der man ov der cendury, but der than ov many. Der saim ter you Vigdor, an' many of deem. Drumble is a graid bowler mit der ball, yah t dots so,but-Vigdor Drutnper is SerlotiaUi1 bian ov der vorld init der bwi. J'^Vig., he h dor graidest badsmau ov der hole bloomin' !od ov dem— yah ! Hobkins ; aud Noball, dot is^ier say Noble, and Dufl'-er too, are all pritty mudge oop ter Dick. Armsdroug, der left 'ander, he cau rock 'e:n in, yah ! dot's so. ' Liddle Tiilge,' dots vot der dam Englishmen gall Syd. Gregory, gan basde der griged ball all over der field. Oh ! und I forgod der Gabdin, Joe Darling. Vy bud gootness me he is sboo.si. vot his naim says he is — a darling ; and der are quide a hole lod more blayers uiid de griged borl,~ but der naimes I garnd remember, yah, dot's so. Our boys, dot is you're Ausdrulian grigerders, are all grande badsmen, und abiuudid gadges iu der slips, though vy grigerders haf slip when dey vant der stand oop un deV ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

?lv,-v ! To Stand This Season it o o in c y | and travel tbe immediate vicinity of i Molong, | THE THOllOCGHllUED STALLION, ! GOLDCOAT. GOLDCOAT is n magnificent chestnut, 16 hands, S years old, and is recog nised rs a perfect model racehorse. .Goldcoat is by Redcoat, out of Rosebud. Rosebud by Royal George, out of Kingston. Redcoat by The Drummer, out of Ruby (imp) j by Tim Whiffler. Goldcoat is a full brother j to Rock Rose, winner of races at Sydney and ; Newcastle. j The following site Goldeoat's show prizes : — Firfct I prize at Cumuook, March 17th, 189(3; first prize at Cudal, Mar eli 81st, 18i)G ; first prize at Orange, April 21st, '1896; first prizes nt Wellington. April I 30tb, 189fi, and May 1st, 1897 ; first wi'ize at \V piling- j ton for Wood yearling, April 17th, 181)3 ; first prizu at Cumnock for best blood Ktallion, March 17th, 18987 first prize at Molong in the blood stuilioi:*' j parade in September 189!). Thf followin^m.' Gi;lcl- ; coat's performances in I'arkiis A...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Weather Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

Weather Forceast. ;Bv Okonza Pbesa. I Between 20th aud 21st. — Fair or fine generally, with showers here and there. Winds variable, easterly predominant, veering northerly. Between 22nd and 24th. — Variable. Rain heavy iu places, chiefly over the Western half of the State, with thun der and lightning ; hail probable. These conditions likely to travel over the central, southern and eastern dis tricts. Dust storms in places, squally, blowing strong at times. The atmos phere will be oppressive, with sudden changes from heat to cool or cold. Variable winds, W. to N.W. and N.E. chiefly. Sea rough. Betweeu 25th and 28th. — Fair or fine generally, with clouds and thunder showers here and there, chiefly in the Western portion of the State. Winds variable, westerly being predominant, veering North to N.E. chiefly, strong at times. Between 29th and 30th.— Variable, refreshing showers, heavy in places, chiefly over tho Western and Eastern districts. Winds variable, westerly being predominant; ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

?'-'v : ? — ??' 7 ?..-' — ' ? ' — ^ Large Stock of, Plate Ware for Wedding Presents, &c. Rftzors and Cutlery. WaLTHAM^ an^ Lever Watches. Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. Try one of ray RlaeUBItatic Rings for Rheumatism. :Ss each. Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, 13s, and 25s. Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, Rolled Gold, and Solid Gold. Spectacles from Is to 35s. ^11 Latest Designs in Brooches. ¥ GOLD LINKS, a ay Design from 12/0 pair kargG Stock of Pretty Charms and Gold Crosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement. Wedding & Keeper Rings Try one of my renowned NICKB1*. Watches at 21s. Lever Movement and noumagnt tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, 17s fi IE. BLACKLAJDDBB, JEWELLER. lyLOTOTNTO

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Eugowra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] [FbOM OUB OWN COttUBSPONDENX.] - ham mer, $ufc the ierrible time ~weare experiencinc, militated against 'the some lew allotments in the-town of Bugowra. The administrator, Mr. ' A. M. Telford, gave instructions to tbe auctioneers to withdraw tlie other OttlU WUOU Ill WOD iu^uu tbat they did not exceed the reserve, be considering tbat as soon as the -weather breaks much higher values would be obtained. Nice rain fell in and around Eugowra on Saturday evening. At Nanitna Station, now owned by Wright Brothers, 110 points fell in a very few minutes, and I hear that a nice fall took place ot Goolaggpg. By the way, the bridge over the Lachian at Goolagong, has not so far been commenced. There must be some more b'anky-panky work going on iu Sydney. Does it not appear strange tbat to get a few thousands laid out in the country takes so much preliminary work ? First one delay,, then 'another. Why tbe Minister for Works stated at Forbes tbat tbe money had been passed for tbe carrying out ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

Alleged Cure fur Cancer. A report was recently circulated through the press that two cases of cancer had been absolutely cured at Mackay, Queensland, by very simple means of regular doses of ordinary molasses. Being desirous of verifying these statements, a letter was written from the Grafton Examiner Office to the proprietors of the Mackay Standard, j and under date of 21st October, they very courteously replied as follows : — - Re cancer paragraph : — The par ticulars contained in the paragraph are substantially correct. We inter viewed the two men referred to, and gathered the following particulars : Mr. Braun, the first-mentioned, bad a growth in the throat, which, in six months increased to such an extent that it nearly choked him. When feeding his horses with* a mixture of molasses and chaff, he changed to put some molasses in bis mouth, and found that it severely bit the affected part for about fully ten minutes. He felt a slight relief after the first taste of molasses, and ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

Bffle Match. — ° — The return match between the Forbes and Molong Mounted Rifles was shot off on tbe Molong range on Monday, when, the local men again demon strated their superiority over the visitors. Owing to many causes, Forbes only put five riflemen in to compete, and as there were numerous valuable prizes given for tbe shooting, the scores were averaged, and 'when the points were reckoned up it was found that Moiong men had won by 80 points— average 48 per man for 10 shooters, as against 40 per man for the five shooters from Forbes, Towards the prizes Lieutenant-Colonel Smith donated a horse, Mr. L. N. Smith £5, Captain Robinson £1 Is and Mr. F. S. Murray 10s 6d for highest aggregate ; score on Forbes side. Mr. W. Cole's van conveyed the contestants to tbe convincing ground, and at midday Mr. W. Edwards served a capital lunch. Mr. Jim Robards and Trooper Silk did tbe marking, and, through a bullet rebounding . and breaking the glass the latter received a cut on the cheek, which...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Our Education System. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] [?] of ib8 many ijhildrenwbo lost their I H not pos* ' eible to juoish tbe Blanderers of our 7':; ??

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

[?] [FfiOM ODE OWN CpitEESPONDENT.] 3Kmg78 Birthday inihe presence of aj large attendance of visitors. The day was a real picnic one, with a nice cool wind blowing,. and tbe* usual outdoor.! games were in'dulge-l in'. . Mr, F. j Putland, teajcher, Assisted 1-y ^ other j ffftntlfimen waa untirine in hiai efforts I to make tbe outing enjoyable. Thinks are also Sue to tlfe iaaies who provided an excellent repast; . The Allcomers' Handicap resulted in a dead heat between R. Gosper and J. Smith, after a most exciting finish. J. Smith won the 100yd Handicap, S. Farr being second,. And how comes the race of the day —the Sweethearts' Race — the prize forwhich, however, was hot a bullock's heart stuffed with treacle. Tbe gentleman who, holding his best girl's band, succeeded in reaching the tape first was declared the winner. After many divisions, Mr. E. Townsend and Miss E. Pettis won the final, the prizes (which were not known to tbe competitors until after tbe race) being a doll for tbe g...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Treatment of Sunstroke. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

Treatment ofSiinstrolie. Db. J. W. Watson, of Tutnberumba, writes : — ' In tbe ' British Medical Journal ' of September. 20 there is an abstract of a paper read by a Dr. Duncan at thelaie. annual meeting of the British Medical 'Association held at Manchester. This paper us headed *« The Prophylaxis of Sunstroke * : in other words the prevention of sun stroke. Dr. Duncan describes hie own * experience in India — how he was struck down by the sun, and after re covery was invalided home suffering from most distressing headaches. On his return to India severe headaches tormented him each succeeding hot weather for a number, of years, cul minating again in a sunstroke. .He had the good fortune about, this time to read in the 1 Pioneer ' newspaper that the heat rays of the sun were not to blame, but the actinic rays. Hence tbe advice to treat the body as a photographer treats his plates and envelope it in orange, always wearing j an orange yellow shirt and lining his coat and hat with fla...

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

For jour Giocenes, Fruit, Confectionery, dc., go to J. B. CAMPBELL'S— the .Cheapest Store in Town. Customers waS on for orders, and parcels delivered,*

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A Ghastly Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

A Ghantly Proposal. The following proposition, ghastly as - it may seem, has, says the 'Indian Lancet/' been made by three promin ent physicians. Tbey suggast that instead of sending a condemned man to the gallows, he should be delivered into the hands of rej^t^le physiciaps Anrinintod hv the Government, and vivisected in Government hospitals. The claim. is advanced that the paucity i of knowledge, £hus far acquired by the medical profession of 'tetany dis eases, could be instantly remedied if all tbe condemned prisoners or habit vui criminals upon whom reformatory methods are tried without avail, wer6 delivered to expert investigators, and : by them vivisected with a view to dis cover facts that are as yet unknown. There are mysteries in the human organisation, especially in the physi ology of psychology, too numerous to be mentioned, that will never be cleared up so long as science is forced to make use only of dumb animals as subjects for vivisection. Unhealthy human subjects lik...

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

ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Hullo there! Please ring up E. Blackadder, of Molong, and order for me one of his 4s 6d Alarm Clocks ; also a Two-tune Musical Clock nt 10s, iind an Eight Day Striking Cinch atltis. lam to be married on Wiiciiicstiiiy and must have his reliable clocks in my house.'- Guy.

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Cumnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] [?] . ink at-a - 18 ?? ^ .3 ? ? ? $ 2 ; Nervous ? ? ? ? ? 7 5 Redeemed.. ? ? ? 6 12 Lady Aragain ? ? ? * 6 7 Cumnock Handicap— 1 mile. Indie ? ? ? ? ,9 10 Amaroo . ? ? ? 8 12 ?» Kinkara ? ; ? 8 10 Come-by-Chance ? ? 8 10 Jessica ? ? ? 8 4 Trouble ? 8 4 Harpmau ? ? ? ? 8 0*. RoBeine ? ? ? 8 0 Good-bye ? ? .... ? 7 8 Redeemed..... ? G 10

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The Molong Band. SERENADE LIEUTENANT-COLONEL AND MRS. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

The fflwlong Band. ^ ? u — SERENADE LIEtfTENANT-GOLOiteL . AND MBS. SMITH, f Fou some time past it has been the in tention of the members of the Molong Band to demonstrate in some measure their appreciation of their worthy Patron and founder, and it was thought that the most fitting way to do this would be to serenade the large-hearted and popular Colonel at his happily situated and pretty home at Nandillyan. Accordingly, on weunesaay evening last this intention was carried into effect. About 6 p.m. the members of the Band and the three execu tive officers representing the townspeople (Messrs. Donaldson, Viee-President ; W. H. Couch. Treasurer ; and P. F. A.Kinna. Hon. Sec.), together with Sergeant-Major Diley. and representatives of the AfiGOS 'Mid 'Express' boarded Alderman Cole's larijc van and were driven to Nandillyan by that careful Jehu. The drive is one *- 1 mu«'.h interest to liio-sewho iiavc not ir.i vi-lbid o.'ur tho roni. .-Mid t.'ie surround- v.uiil'i i.trui a yoo I sub...

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

CRUMBS. Cumnock Races to-morrow. Convent Sports, &c., a success. Destructive storms last Saturday. Molong riflemen again defeated Forbes in a match on Monday. King Edward Yll. was CI -years of age on Sunday. There are now 1G10 persons receiving — ? : ? ? 1 ? a ILI1U |JCUMUU U1 UQ 1U V^UUCUMcWIU. There is promise of an abundant fruit i crop in the Orange district tb; ;ason. Sergeant Hicks' first impressions of Molong are decidedly favorable. What's in a name .' In Sydney there is a Rev. Mr. Brakebread. ' ^ Tenders for work required at theA ctf Hospital close to-morrow. \V The big battery at Cargo is being dis- 1 ' ? -- ? mantled and sent to Bumbaldry. Concert by Bocobble School Children, at Molong School of Arts to-night. Ondit that Mr. Era Thomson is the best all-round athlete in Molong district. Great things are expected from the Cuudutnbul Clipper Mine. The death sentence has been passed on I the Kenniif's for Queensland murders. A little life was infused into the last Sch...

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

GREAT * REDUCTIONS I il I' , TO MKT THE HM28. Sixty All Wool Parramatta MEN'S ^ SUITS! T The Pick of the Mills T Price at the Mill, 30s. Mte Sold at NEILSON'S at27s §d a Suit. UaH alid fiave a Look at liieni. A Beautiful Line in AU 'Wool. Usual Price £2 10s. Will be Sold at Xeilson's at£l IDs Gd. . Please Inspect these Suits before buying Elsewhere. Men's Navy Blue Serge Suits f Usual Price 25s. Wili be Sold for 'lis Od. ! Hundreds of other Tip-Top Suits from 17s 6d to £2 5s. -?^ SUITS TO MEASURE — Style, Fit, and Finish Cannot be Beat. Prices from 3Ts Od t,o £4. 'Visit the Glasgow Stores and see my Up-to-date Stock of DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CROCKEftY, IRONMONGERY, FURNITURE ami GROCERIES which can be bought at ^^BEDROOK PRICES. ? * JOHN NEILSON, . ' GLASGOW STORES, u BANK STREET, MOLONG.

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

WhooRing Cough. A woman who haa had experience with this disease, tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences from it. She says : Our three children took whooping cough last summer, our baby boy being only three months old, and owing to our : giving them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this remedy. Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops. jESSn: Pinkky Hall, Springvdle, Ala., US.A. This Remedy is tor sale by H. W- jtfacord; Chemist, Molong.

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