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

iA^^fehelCrade M«k in* A Postal L ^ f^T^fe j^ainfeaud 1J JC* |~c brings yoa f»e^ : J. J3hii&fyw table .. . r v\ L* opInion»50F(; j v ^fiooiny *? Public r-, C RUSER01D ROOFING to wdure ^ A everyone t S:i tbi» climate. It has conflrit-nce. is Jnrch €hea]H'r Mid Cooler l imn Iron. E. RICH & CO., I-TD., SYDNEY. f Full |t from th- Sole /ir*nt»— f j /ROBIN- \ E. ftlCH & r - , l td., ( PURE \ V SONS/ SV1.N-: :v. ' cocoy T!e s'i'c you get P & '» Dn'iiiwo'irw is ihe genuine. t tic . UeUt r Uic hoi . f P & B DA COURSE. :5: .1 Ihe , ' j l ontract ?'''-' 1 i-very time. - I -' ni-rUN . | l- i', l)smi-co\irse. IIICIl ami 0.)., IiTI)., S\ UXK\ . Most Welcome Wedding Gift SIMPLC^^^^^TRONG StLENT^®®®®^^EEOY 'MOTHER'S MACHINE/' WITH tATK«T IMPROVEMENT*. Lightest Running, Easiest Managed ORIATtY AIDS DOMESTIC BUSS, THESINGER MANUFACTURINGS. OFFICES IN EVERT CITY IN THE VOnUO.^I'cctP^ Western District Office; HOWICK STREET, BA.THTJR3T. Local Agent : J. S. HAMBY, ...

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

:''^9^^^;' toria, sends us his photograph and says; ? ' , ? ja8»MiiMBSWK^ '' 'i ' : /llilw '* ? ' ha)^- I recoived- &om Ay^s Sars8/pa I I f/i i-viMV - rilla. I suffered terribly from weak 'j i jf . ? lllffll / ill ness of the stomach, indigestion, and 1 biliousness, and I hod noappetite. I 1 IpcSSj ^JSES^wM!] | felt tired all the time. Sometimes it !| j | ^7 |wSf- ? ' seemed almost impossible for me to / i Sill J f}M j keep about. But after using Ayer's 1 llli iL Ail j SarsaparfHa for a short time for my ImlaL^irasfmifcv jfljl// J j blood aud as a general tonic to my \\\\PtS ill/ If nervous system, and with an occasional W \\ A ' ' ?sm ll'.'l usp of the Pills to keep my bowels in nb\^_J j good condition, I rapidly improved, and v? ? ' 'W am now enjoying better health than I \ J have in a long time. I now keep these jjs^ Wi \§§pr medicines near at hand and take just a WB/ ^ little whenever I begin to feel badly, V ^ for, you know, 'a stitch in time saves ' The World's Greates...

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

TENDERS. For the Purchase of House and Land, Corner of Hill and Phillip Streets, Molong. rriENDELtS are hereby invited up to 19th 1 November for the above Valuable Property belonging to Mr. Phillip Schuck, in close proximity to the Butter Factory, and near the Bridge, consisting of THREE ALLOTMENTS OF RICH LAND, on which is erected a Boundary Fence, House, and beveral outbuildings. The highest or any other tender not neces sarily accepted. ? . JAMES HASLAM. TAKE- NOTICE. ANYONE found TRESPASSING in my Paddocks, at Biilderodgery and Oak land, will be prosecuted without respeel to persons. * J.J. DONNELLY, Balderodgery,

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Out West. TO-NIGHT, TO-DAY, TO-MORROW, [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] TO-NIGHT, TO-DAY. TO-XOBBOW. (contributed). Tonight in this land of drought and sadfiess tho mellow leaded moonbeams enshroud the earth with n veil as if in - mourning for its sufferings. Glints of light dance among the glistening ' leaves of mimosa, and 'lull grey shadows conjure up phantoms of tbe P&st. Not one disturbing element obtrudes its presence to disii lusjonisetbe sceptic. The scene is so ^^efui th^t l cannot now realise that '.Ict' fAliTAvhV in fliA kno »?(-£? IQ IVl C v OL Vll^uin;u IU VUO UCOlLVQ of strong men. To-day. Ah ! what a rude awaken ing from a peaceful slumber and happy dreams. A relentless sun with its fiery withering beams scorches tbe plain and deadens the brightest hopes of man and beast. Aye, even more, it .destroys man's belief in the mercy of an omnipotent God. The cusses and oaths of ruined men and hopeless women fell on my ear, yet I said naught, for my heart was filled with commisserating sorrow. To-morrow tbe axes will ring on the half ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] Ping-pong, the /' senseless amuse- - ment,' is dying a natural death. Variety Concert at Manildra next Wednesday in aid of G.G. funds. Brown snake 5ft long killed *on the road at Copper Hill on Friday. n Postponed— the installation of the inoandescent light at School of Arts. ? The net cost per pupil for education to the State is £4 8s 3d. ' Horrobolot and ' keepindn are stock phrases just now. The best recipe for having strong, excellent, and noble children is to be a strong, excellent, and noble parent. Premier See declines to introduce a bill to remit the interest owing by selectors, timber - getters' licenses, cabmen's licenses, miners' rights, and other charges on' selectors and workers. Mr. Aubrey Robinson, Canowindra, has sold his champion pony trotting mare, Little Katie, at a satisfactory price. Tbe Ballina creamery was opened two years ago, and within that period the output has risen from £350 per ! month to £5000. The black-beetle pest is doing a deal of damage to you...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Sports at Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

Ipirtsi at Cargo. Spobts, in aid of Orange Hospital, recently held at Cargo, resulted in a profit, after all expenses had been paid, of £17 Os 2d— a result on which the Secretary (Mr. J. W. Hamilton) and bis committee are to be.soondly com plimented. A social was held in the evening. Appended are the results : — Maiden Plate.— Charles Harris. Quoit Match.— F. Lister and P. Cann. Boys' Race, under 14 years. — M. Byrnes. Girls' Race, under 12 years.— Kate Gersback and T. Davis divided. Throwing at Wicket. — W. G. Davis. Potato Race. — M. Byrnes and J. Carman divided. Ladies' Nail Driving Contest. — Miss K. Hendry. Largest Family on the Ground. — Mr. J. Byrnes. Guessing Competition, fat sheep supplied by Mr. Jas. Hamilton. — F. Lister. No. 22 Calibre Rifle Competition. — A. Davidson. Ping Pong Tournament, for ladies. — Miss G. Carman. Ping Pong Tournament, for gentle men. — Mr. P. Simmins.

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Death to Side-shows. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] At a committee meeting of the Yass Show Society on Tuesday afternoon, some very uncomplimentary remarks were made regarding the side-shows at the annual gatherings, and if, as was mentioned, other societies take the same staud, it is only a matter .of a short time before side-shows of an objectionable character become a thine of the past. Tbe treasurer said, ' We allow a lot of tbese people to ply their trades and games on the ground, and many of them were disgusting. There was scarcely a decent one among them, aud the people were victimised in many instances.' The worst feature, of the show is that it brings a number of undesirable people into the town, and it whs agreed that in future no side-sbow, with the exception of the merry-go-round, be allowed on tbe ground. Only two members voted against the motion.

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

^ ppBiPf. r 'Sfeg |jp|&a i. ^ ? In All Designs, Qualities /'N and Prices. V.J 3 Laces a Speciality. rl HASENIER'S FOR LACES H JJ IS THE PEOPLE'S CEY. L ^ A Greater Assortment Than Ever. ^ ageiSt fob — Water Tanks Yates' Seeds Challenge Corn Cure Wire letting. FODDER SEEDS OI-* AIAj DKSCRU'TIONS. J j STOEB. ? ? SEEDS 1 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 i armors. To meet the difficulty, assist in taking all advantage of favourable conditions, and reduce n Large and \ aried Stock iel ib: stitt Turnin 'Radish, Cabbage, in (id packets-7 for 2s Od. 12 Jackets FLOWER SEEDS (assorted) for -»s t.d. ltane Sorghum, Swede and White Turnip, Lucerne and Barley in Quantities Potatoes in Large or Small Lots, for Seed or Table-Very Choice Tubers. Maize, 90-Day, lied Hogan (small). Goods Delivered or forwarded by Rail or Post. Quotations on Application. Cabbage Plants, Sweet Pota...

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

CAUTION. T ANYONE oaugbt Fishing or otherwise Trespassing in the Larras Lake or Eurimbla paddocks WILL BE PROSE CUTED without respect to persons. JAMES LEE. NOTICE. ANYONE found Shooting, Snaring, or Trespassing in any way in any of my Paddocks at Ardell after this date will be prosecuted. M. J. KERIN, Ardell. September 6th, 1902. AFTERNOON TEA! — AND— ICES At the Royal Hotel, CaT From 3 till 5 Every Afternoon. W. P. CAHILL TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! CONCERT by the Pupils of Bocobble Public School, io the MoloDg School of Arts. l$^' Proceeds to be equally divided between Molong Hospital and Bocobble School Prize Fund. Admission —Front Seats 2s, Back Seats Is. C. SHEPPARD, Hon. Sec. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for STRIPPING ISO Acres of WHEAT with a Harvester, or would purchase or hire a good Second- I Hand Robinson Harvester. Send particulars by letter to W. G. TABER, 'Glenlee,' Toogong. For Sale by Tender. BRICK HALL in Bank-street, Wood House in Bank-street, Brick House in Shield's Lane...

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

Wanted known, that E. Blaclmdder, of Molong, has fais show cases stocked full of Silver Ware suitable for wedding presents. ' Articles to please every intending purebaf&t from 2s to 60s.* ;? , ,

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White French Millet. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

White French millet. Mb. H. W. Potts, of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, has forwarded to the Minister for Agriculture a sheaf of green white French millet. This was sown on September 6 and cut on November 10, 65 days afterwards. Tbe crop, it is stated, will provide 10 A f f _ J J ? ? A 1 vvuo ui gieeu louuer per acre, or o tons of coarse hay. This is one of the fodders recommended time after time by tbe departmental officers for an early summer crop, and it was grown on poor land. On dit tbat one of our leading business places have again changed hands. Messrs. Hamey, Robards and' John- son, of Molong, are nominated for the Wellington Cycling Carnival. Tbe contractors are at work on tbe new bridge over Jew's Creek, road Bridgewater to Yeoval. ?Of tbe horses that have won' the Melbourne Cup, .21 were bay, 10 brown, 4 chestnut, 4 black, and 1 grey (Tory boy, the only one of his color.) In the Assembly tbe Premier was asked if he would do something for the drought-stricken farmers...

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

TELEGRAMS. The charges for town and suburban telegrams is Gd for 1G words, including address aud signature. Other telegrams within tbe State cost 9d, and interstate messages — ex- cepting Tasmanian — Is for 10 words, including address and signature. The Tasmanian rate is the same, plus one hall-penny for every word over 16. i Tfc is not noKsihln under thp. npw Ar?fc to register names and addresses. Institutions like the Australian Joint Stock Banking Company, Limi ted, tbe New South Wales Fresh Food and Ice Company, and the Australian Mortgage, Loan, and Discount Cor porations will have to pay for each word of their ample titles. ' The system of ' On Service ' tele grams is discontinued ; all official messages with one or two exceptions must be paid for at ordinary rates. Press telegrams within the State cost Gd, providing that they do not exceed 25 words. Messages not exceeding 50 words go for 9d. and those not exceeding 100 for Is Gd. Beyond that, tbe charge is Gd per 50 words. Le...

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New Postal Act. POINTS WORTH REMEMBERING. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

Hew Postal Act. POINTS WORTH BEMEMBEBING. LETTERS. There is now no free postage through out the Commonwealth. Letter rates remain as .they were in each State, and as between each State. But all letters, including official correspondence and returns under various Acts of Parliament, are liable to the usual postal charges. There are a few exceptions to this rule, but they are quite unimportant.

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

NEWSPAPERS. Newspapers are no longer to be carried free. On single copies there is a charge of one halfpenny per lOoz. or fraction thereof. For quantities the cost will be one penny per 20oz. on the aggregate weight. VUfUJU^O UL |JUtll-UUO OI UUHO^fli^CIO returned by agents to publishers are transmissible as hitherto, at the rate for printed papers. The rates for books, printed papers, magazines, &c., have not been inter fered with. Country mail contractors are authorised to make arrangements with newspaper proprietors for conveyance of papers not sent through the post.

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Molong Rabbit Board. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

HoIihi; UitbbH Board. The first meeting of the recently elected Rabbit Board was held at the Stock Office last night. Mr. F. £. Churchill presided, and there were also present Messrs. R. E. Moore, Jacob Matthews and C. J. E. Palmer. Certain correspondence was read and ordered to stand -over until tbe Board was in full working order. Oa the motion of Mr. Matthews, seconded by Mr. Palmer, it whs de cided to ask tbe loan of £200 from the P. &S.P. Bjard uutii such time as tbe Babbit B sard could collect Lhe assessment under tbe Rabbit Act. Proposed by Mr. Matthews, and seconded by Mr. Moore, (.bat applica tions be invited for po-iiian of Secre tary, to act for at least three mouths, applicant to stain ivq-iire-J, &c. I It was decided to c n)v«ue a special meeting to be h&ld tbe saute uigbt as tbe P. & S.P B jard meeting, lo dis cuss tbe provisions of the proposed Pastures Protection Bill and also to appoint '.be Secretary.

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Enjoyable Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] On Saturday-vehi^^orbes and Molong Rifle teams were entertained at dinner at Mr, ^flP. (*1^ 7RoM Hotel, by Lieutenant-Colonel Smitn. After full justice had been done the tempting repast, set down in excellent , style, Colonel Smith, who acted as chairman, attacked the toast list by proposing ' Tbe King.' Other toasts duly honored _ were the Af Tiiaiif .P/ilriiial fimif.li flfinbiin .Robertson; Major O'Brien, ' Molong Half Squadron/' l* Forbes Half Squacjrdn,' and ' The Military Forces,' the respective speakers being the Chairman, Captain Robertson, Mujor OBrien, Mr. F. S. Murray. Sergeant-Major Daley, Sergeant Major Hawkey ^Sergeant-Major Ball and Quartermaster-Sergeant Williams. Dur ing the evening, Sergeant-Major Daley favored the company with several appre ciated recitations. On Sunday the Forbes men accepted an invitation to Nandillyan, Lieutenant Colonel Smith again acting as host in his usual hospitable manner.

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Molong Hospital. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] [?] SrB»— A notfbe tbat Mr. J. F. Wynne . has insult me at the last meeting of the Hospital&omitii^ enter into any controversy with him in reference to the management of Hospital affaire, as it is simply ridiou- . ions that a mere layman should at tempt to set up ins opinion against a professional man. However,' that is ; his business not mine. The repair of : the open drain at the end of tbe kitchen, and fire-places, &c., no person can offer any reasonable objection to, but to expend the subscribers* money in the erection of a new sink or ash pit is a bit uncalled for and unwar ranted. All that the sink requires is the erection of a suitable cover and trapdoor to prevent unpleasant odors .arising in warm weather. I have seen tbe open gutter and sink often enough without taking tbe trouble to visit it again. Reference has been made to the accumulation of dust on the wall* of tbe wards, but whose fault is this ? Is it not the duty of the Visiting Committee to look...

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Up-to-date. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

VlHiHlaie. A very pretty wedding took place yesterday. The bride looked very well in a travelling dress, but all eyes were centred on the groom. He wore a dark coat that perfectly fitted bis manly form, waistcoat and troupers to match. A large bouquet decorated his coat, and in his daintily gloved band be carried a shower bouquet of waratabs aud flannel flowers and maidenhair fern, the rift of the bride. His hair was cut close, and parted neatly at the side, and a delicate odour of barber's oil floated down tbe aisle as he passed, accompanied by an organ. His friends will miss him now he has married, being loved by all lor bis many ^accomplishments, bis tender graces/llnd ^hiy ? winning mrsys. - The bride commands ia good salary as a typewriter, and the .groom will not miss any of the luxuries to which he has been accustomed. A crowd- of pretty young men saw him off at the railway station. His travelling suit was of Scotch tweed, with overcoat and cap to match.

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About Manuring. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

AlNMit Manuring. — — O*— A cleab evidence of the value of manuring is now to be seen on Mr. F.J. Baker's property, Spring Terrace. There Mr. Baker experimented with a crop of oats by manuring most of it with Shirley aud Go's, manure, and leaving some land unmanured. The difference between the two is most marked now, tbe little bit tbat was not manured now only being half as high as the other. So much for Shirley. — Orange Leadeb.

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Molong Police Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. BEFORE E. J. Hamey Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 14 November 1902

[?] Befobe E. James HennesRy, drunk and dis orderly. Fined 6s, or 48 hours. Fine paid. / John O'Connor, drunk. Fined 2s 6d, or 48 bours. Fine paid. Wednesday', November 12. Before W. H. Couch, Esq., J.P. Police v. A. D. Eastmure. — Drunk- enness. Postponed to 26th instant. Thursday, Novkmbeb 13. Before W. H. Couch, Esq., J.P. William Quinn, drunk and dis orderly. Fined Is, or tbe risibg of the Court. William Quinu, indecent language. Fined £8, or one month's imprison ment. Fine paid.

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