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Amaroo. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

Aiuaroo. [Fbom our own Correspondent.] PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The Secretary of the Progress Associa tion has received the following letter from Mr. D. R. Hall, M.P. ' Gunnedah, 24th June, 1902. — The Secretary Amaroo Progress Association. — Dear Sir,— I am communicating with all branches of your Association upon the subject of the Central and Eastern Divi sion Expired Leaseholds. In view of the great demand existing for land for settle ment purposes, it seems absolutely neces sary that every effort should be made to retain for intending applicants the best lands of the State, and to this end the Departmental Administration, and the Legislation proposed to be introduced during the present Session of Parliament, will require the closest scrutiny at the hands of all concerned. 'During the regime of the present Minister for Lands the Improvement Lease Clauses of our Land Acts have been resorted to for the purpose of carrying out the expressed intention of the Minis ter to grant one -thir...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] Some*' at last, but more is^^deC^^^^h points fell on 8upday'OTa.-ft^aw^m«llfc-48 yester day, and JO itet-fligh^^ajdng a total of 68 points. i Oolfcw^ijdte feU last month as cQmp^^^^^^^^^^^^^June last

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] .him... i : onataon i*ay -3to :taid of Parkes Hospital . j * ; A mo^fercniliiren's picnic will be held oii Comuj^ -V& '.ay' Syuii^yldstithe' VenerableArchdeacon fteild relied the 15th anniversary of his rectorship at St. GeorgeVChurch. On Saturday a plebiscite of -the rate payers within the proposed lighted area, or paying rates tor property situated therein, :Was taken at the- Council .Cham bers, ;^q determine if the town Bh'ould be lighted with vapor gas or not. A con siderable amount of interest was evinced in the proceedings and at 5.20 p.m. the Mayor annonhced tbe result as follows For the Taiwr gate,107 r««pin*t; vlttS j. in formal, 3 ; majority in favor of the gas, 4. Parkes shouldfhail with satisfaction the illumination of its dark streets. Last quaver 44 birthB, 20 deaths and 9 marriages were celebrated.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

WELLINGTON Fob being drunk an old age pensioner Was fined fsj and a quarter's pension for feited.. \ \ A new Baptist Chnrch has been opened al* &rfMgpra. t Bev. W. Coller, of '^ar ttie principal 1 the openiiig^f * tile bMtjOBf^^fli^ lhey' were then seated ^ii3B^#1iifi9s *«peen 25 years an | Baptise Church. The local C.P.8. and Crown Lands j revenue for the past quarter totalled £2219 10s lid— £2,502 less than Molong's contribution to the State. Vital statistics— 100 birthB, 38 deaths, 18 marrii^es last quarter. . 'Bfettttrted that Begg and party have .strucK fairly rich gold at the bottom of thws^aft at , Jawbone. .One piece was ^ j^t''6iihday Kiev. J. Ward Harrison ?; 'tOtflcwMstext ' Why Qod does not slay the devil,' . r: ? v Atasale on Saturday town land sold up to 12s per foot. , W,; Harris, of Suntop, exhibited the c&her '4sr^3h «h§ep^n{ .(a -'stud . ram's) fully five Jeet long and almost as broad. It had nine months' growth of wool, and turned the scale at 26£l...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

FORBES. Another rise has taken place in the j price of meat, prime steak selling at 8d perJbV , £ | i A £100 pigeon match will be shot off i on Saturday, 9th August. Entries close on the 7th. TheP. .& S.P. Board paid bonuses for noxious animals last quarter amounting to £307 8s 4d. C.P.S. receipts last quarter were : — Public moneys £94 Is 6d, mining £38 8s 9d. revenue £337 14s 8d. For stealing £2, a younp man named Harry Bymer was fined £20 or 6 months. Fine paid. Entries for the Annual Show close positively on Saturday, 26th July, with the Secretary, Mr. N. A. Bead. ' Forlics Dairy Company only worked four,, months last year (ending June). The turnover was £1278, resulting in a profit of £38 0s 7d. Barely 3 inches of rain have fallen at Forbes this year. Ha^ry Crorapton was brought into the hospital on Thursday from Bnrrawang Station, being severely injured through a horse falling on him. Unusual interest was taken in the Bab bit Board election on Saturday, which resulted ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE TELEPHONE [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Hullo there! Please ring up E. Blackadder, of Molong, and order for me one of his 4s Gd Alarm Clocks ; also a Two-tune ? Musical Clock at IGs, and an Eight Day ?striking Clock at IGs. I aui to be married on Wednesday and must have his reliable clocks in my house.'— Gus.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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STUART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

STUART TOWN. A sad and fatal accident occurred at the Central Macquarie Dredge, on the evening of the 4th instant. ? From the particulars to hand it would appear that Phillip Blunden was engaged working a winch, when by some means he lost his hold of the handle, which flew round, striking Blunden on the top of the head, inflicting a terrible wound. Dr. Fitz Eatrick, of Orange, was at once sent for y Mr. Blair, the manager of the dredge, and arrived at the scene of the accident at 7 a.m. the following morning. After examining the unfortunate man he pro nounced the injuries as fataii the skull being fractured in two places. Blunden was conveyed to Euchareena by Mr. Blair, and taken to Orange Hospital on the night of the 5th in an unconscious state, no hopes being entertained of his recovery. Mr. Blair did all in his power for Blunden, by dressing the wound, until the arrival of the doctor. Blunden is a married men and has six children. Stock are dying in hundreds throughout this part ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

ORANGE. The price of best quality meat at Orange is now 7d, the highest known here for 40 years. Anticipating a heavy demand next year for wheat and fodder, local farmers are greatly increasing the area under crop. Mr, H, J. Smith, formerly of the Orange Survey Department, died suddenly at his residence, Croydon, last week. Last quarter 96 births, 54 deaths and 30 mamageswere registered, A cheque of £250, bequeathed by the late Hon. Thos. Dalton to the Hospital, has been received. During the past month 42 patients were treated at the local Hospital. A magisterial inquiry touching the death of Phillip Blunden, who f&s fatally injured in one of the dredges on the Macquarip Biver, near Euchareena, was adjourned till Friday (to-day). Up to Monday last 647 applications for old age pensions have been received, and 534 certificates issued. Next sitting of the Board, Friday, 18th,July.. Orange Telegraph Office opens halfaa hour ; every Sunday night for the trans mission of telegrams...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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MILLTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

MILLTH0RPE. i - ? ? '' - I Millthorpe Agricultural and Pastoral Association have decided to give £141 in prizes for ploughing alone. The Cham pionship of Australasia still remains with 1st i»rize £50, 2nd £20, 3rd £7. Interstate champion match prizes, £15, £5 and £2. Doubie^furrow match for youths under 18 ; prizes, £6. £3 and £l, entrance 7s 6d. Thereshouid be a great number of entries for thisclaBs, and the prizes are surely enticing enough. A new feature has been added in a four-furrow match with prizes £6, £3 and £1, which it is hoped may bring sufficient entries to reward the com mittee for tbe venture. The prize list will be . circulated as soon as printed, and the secretary (Mr. C. E. Hayes) will' be pleased to send any applicants particu l&ns of the : prizes in ploughing? horse, daity and farm produce sections. A woodchopjping contest, prizes, £3 and £1, and guessing competitions are also on the list.

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P. & S. P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

P. & 9. P. Board. A meeting of the above was held at the Stock Office on Monday evening, when there were present : Messrs. B. Hunt, J. L. Whitmill, W. N. Nashe, George Bruce, L. N. Smith, A. S. Balcombe, H. P. Miller and the Secre retary (Mr. E. G. Finch). Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. a i j i _ ? ? *1 f ? % r a v a. letter was reaa irom ivir. a. J. Gosper, Bocobra, asking what the money collected by tbe Board was paid away for. — The Secretary was instructed to reply informing Mr. Gosper. A circular letter was read from the Secretary of the Carcoar Board, for warding a resolution to the effect that the Boards constituted under the Rabbit Act should not administer the P. and S. P. Act, but that the present P. and S. P. Boards are capable of carrying out tbe provisions of the Rabbit Act. — Tbe circular was received and the Secretary instructed to state that the matter had already been dealt witb, but the Board agreed with the resolution. &r. Miller ...

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Local and General. Munildra Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] [?] w WU^tnsiBto^Edw&rd Bichard Trustees on '£ at Manildra, .' countyAshburnbam, parishof Gregra, 'WSWSS!'1^^:

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Forbes Show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

V#-; - . y of tte Forbid P. A/ ^ H/ A^oiMioD w.ii be held on AugusfcBth and7fch, Large jirizes pion Austrdiap^ trotter, will give an . exhibition botb ^^w diys. Entries ?' railliMM' ?';

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bathurst Musical Society. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

fitt^rrt MiiJslciil Soclety. ? ? xh* Batbufet MnBioal and »Literary Afisoci^on^fixedtbedates of itl ne±t'©6mpetition for November 10 days, About ^ll%e offered in prizes, £20Q b^ft^r^fe g^and ohampion band ; - JBllOfeie^aed |hdisal contest;, ~ - £85 ft^seeond'bhbr&I contest, and £20 for

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Monday Static Trains. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

#bnday Sto£k Trains. 1 No|r that the Orange sale day b&B to TJiuw. day.lfcJWH^ftiiiriterested tb make j amovetowardsgettingthe train ser \ vice adapted to the ebange. ' At pre aetot gift Monday early trains from OaftWtirad Molong ; tines continue to ran %i the tsonvenience ofbuyers and dellettPwho pain no longer avail tbem- j SbHttoftbem so the change is imper ^tive.-^OrangelikAtoEB. -

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New Road. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

. NeWiRoad. ? AoboBDiNo to 'Gazette notice, road ^bWfcioia Wo ; 1«4 for access to] i^i^ay station, parish |bf .Onagri,' county Ashb\irnham,is to be bpened. It is intended to sesume 8a. £fcl olr^^ally oWaed by Samuel to olose th^ unneoessary boundary road Mg-aratia'g this portion (164) from Jbfan W^iley's and Chas. Chapman's , c.p'8., the area thereof to be increased by 8 acres* 0/» dit that King Edward VII will be &bfrned in Augu$t-r-next month. Further arrivals of wheat are re portedfrom South Australia for the requirements of the Sydney market. Daring the past ten years N.S.W. has paid £§78,000 towards maintain ?ing the ^auxiliary naval squadron. Up to date the cost of the Mercadool proceedings has been [£8224. Further truume is pending. ' Mr, Griffith'iB bill to abolish public school f&es has been xead a first time in the Assei&bly . Lord Beaudbamp, ex-Governor of New South Wales, is to be married to Lady Grosvenor on 26th July. A mata has been arrested at...

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Effects of the [?] A QUEENSLAND PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] [?] and thence sbtith to the Dawson And iat l^es^lj^ of en^^|iBBeks i! the bracked beds of wbieh^bem, to 'ga^p^ &biSveflec& sctub.and.staoted t^jB -iinder which fomkie-s^clren, sb^lesB ^Vdle©%s ^ and r she^d^ve huddled together seeking shelter from tbe pitiless sun and died ; ' cattle rot ting in heaps on the banks and in tbe beds of dried-up waterholes, while the hateful crow clamors in fiendish exultation at the drought-fiend's awful havoc. In places where there is a little 7, dried grass left strings of motherless calves may be seen follow ing the padB from the empty creeks and waterholes. The stations are practically deserted some have a manager and a solitary black' boy, and some have a caretaker. Peak Downs, Logan Downs, and all the Downs country resemble a howl* ing wilderness, without ' a 'vestige of gre«s. anywhere, while water is unpro curable. Plain updn plain, ridge after ridge, all perssbed T and parched ; nothing but dust and desolation ; tbe I migh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

* 1 ? : == Worms undermine' Children's Constitu tions. Itee Wade's Worm Tigs, 1/- boxes.,. 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

SST HAS JUST OPENED UP Mil for the Intumn aiid inter Seasons. Tbe Latestj the Pr^tiest, and mosfc Up-to*date ; - DRH5SS MATERIALS, BLOUSINGS, FD AtfNELS, ' ? FLANNELETTES, and ^r¥ ? ? '.;v, ; r-. : ? : Wll«i«»ery ! Brand New Stock in Clothing and all .Departments. / V ' t Call and See for yourselves. To meet v^th cotostautly increasing trade, * 1 -=-?, , i Large and Commodious Mew Premises f havebeenerected. ' Agent lor all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies, &c* ;WIi.Mj5~liA€K, (THE PABMEE8' FEIEND) CUMNOCK STORES, CUMNOCK. The Beehive Store, | Bank Street, Molong, 18 THE CHHWE8T HOUSE III THE DI6IHICT . WHEREAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, a«id Confectionery. . ? 386 — ? ? Enamelware and Grlassware. NOTE THE ADDRESS : OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK, , Wool. Produce. Oram. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE ACJT AS SELLING BBOfiEBS CoDBignors are Absolately Proteoted under a Clause in tbe Memorandam of of this tlomp&n;. wod^. - Commission for Selling is Three...

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Hospital Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] - //VVCV... v \ The ^following letter was read at the last the Hospital Committee : — Postal and 'Electric Telegraph ?Depart- ment; Cteneral Post Office, Sydney, 4th July, 1902;M3ir, — Referring to your ^com munication of tbe 7th ultimo, further respecting the desire of your Committee forifoeMolong Cottage Hospital to be connected by telephone with the resi dences of the two Medical Officers, I have the honor to inform you that under the new regulations now in force the fees for : such connections for a period of not less than three years, would be £6 7s 6d per annum, as follows Erection and maintenance of line (lm lOch : radially) ? 6 5 0 Supply & maintenance of 3 tele phones at £2 each ? 6 0 0 Supply & maintenance of switch and bell ? 0 10 0 12 15 0 Half rate ? 6 7 6 The above provides for a separate line to each of the Doctors' residences. Enclosed is a form of agreement, which should be signed and returned to this Office if your Committee agree to the terms q...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 11 July 1902

[?] TennlSjjtoOming at Cumnock. Bing foiiridj ' Ad advt. states that ^ on proving claim. - J.-E;/C new ' Five Medal ' l^at^^^KrHoj^iei|ving a dead hors^; on theroadside was fined at Orange 10a and costs t)f pourt. The.Wtmoj?%pring sbould witness record prices lor sheep and cattle. ^'-^@^^^tle,x-f:Amavoo, has been featiillfi^lib Blayney. AtotjiioueerE. J. Harney will con duct a general sale at bis mart to morrow. Lord Tennyson is to be sworn in as Acting- Governor of ^ the Common wealth. The rain this week was pretty general throughout the district, about half-an-inch being averaged. General Louis Botha, Commandant De Wet and others are engaged writing up a history of the Boer war. The Postal Department intends to make a charge of Is per book of 100 telegram forms. The State Premier is being urged to offer a reward of £50,000 for the most effective' means of destroying rabbits. A Brisbane syndicate bas cabled to Commandant De Wet offering him £250 per week, with expenses, for a lectu...

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