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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

GLASGOW STORES ! CROSS THE STREET ! Stop' ai TOLSOFS ani Save Money. GROCERIES. 'Waugh's Baking Bowder ? per lb 14 Delights Baking Powder ? -. 0 *0 Cream of Tartar ? ? » * ^ Candles (Five Medal) ? -- ® ° Epps* Cocoa ? » * * Lemon Peel ? » ' £ Sf ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: 010 Hops (Crown) ? » ® ^ Blacking (Day & Martin's) ? per doz 0 4 ? ? TINNED FISH. Herrings, Fresh (Moir's) ? Per tin 0 6& Herrings in Tomato Sauce ? » 0 Herrings, Kippered ? » 0 Salmon ? -? 0 H JAMS, &c. Jams — Taylor Brothers ? Per ^oz ® ® „ E.B ? ? ? » 8 g g ? ,, 4 o Pieces /.'/ ...' ? per bot. 0 6^ i, LOOK AT THIS !^_ f . f® per I Yankee Doodle Tobacco (Dark) 9d per Cake. ' — off Drapery, Boots, Shoes, &c, ? UiWMets Gps ! WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COSI. Blanket^— 20 per cent. Discount Clothing— 20 per cent. Discount. Boots and Shoes — 20 per cent, Discount. General Drapery— 20 per cent. Discount. I Remember, 4s off every Pound. NEXT THE COMMERCIAL BANK, bank str§|1, mo LONG. 1

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Strange, if True. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Strange, if True. — o — The Transmitter, the organ of the Post and Telegraph Officers' Associa tion, in its issue of 17th instant, snys : — ' Anent the Coronation, rumour hath it that some years ago King Edward, the late Czar of Russia,, 'and Prince Rudolph, of Bavaria, onofe went incog, to a gipsy woman to- have their fortunes told. She said they were all heirs to thrones (if not. then in possession), but that one -would meet his death by violence, on'a by his own hand, and the other would not live to be crowned. In the cases of the Czar and Prince Rwiolph, the story, unfortunately, proved to be correct. Let us hope thai time will show it incorrect as far as the King is concerned, and that he not only, live to be crowned, but to rulie his people long and wisely.'

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Brevities. i ' On ©it that 20 drill instructors in j this State have been dispensed with. There is a . suspicion that tainted meat is being tinned wholesale. In 20 yftars lSngland has loaned to Australasia nearly £150,000,000. Up to 31st May the total debt of this State was £71,044,784. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, la 6d. . . 1 The federation of. the Common wealth will cost for the year ending 80th June £220,000. The Minister for Agriculture has declined to provide seed wheat for the farmers. The total amount paid the N.S.W. police in pensions and gratuities last year was £28,478. To be abreast of the times, Eugowra School of Arts Committee has intro duced ping-pong tournaments. At Oooma the cheapest loaf in th e State can be purchased. The bakers retail bread at 2$d per loaf. Molong Juniors defeated Cumnock footballers on Thursday by 12 points to six. In Canada female servants are paid from £4: to £6 per month with board and lodging. Appeals ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Wade's Woem Figs, the wonderful Worm Worriers, are fdwaje«S«ctive- H- boxen.. « 3 * Your Attention Please If I WIUiSilUAGK, CUMNOCK, rs* has just opened up New Goods for the Autumn and Winter Seasons. The Latest, the Prettiest, and most Up-to-date DRESS MATERIALS, BLOUSINGS, FLANNELS, FLANNELETTES, and ES* Winter millinery ! Brand New Stock in Clothing and all Departments. Call and See for yourselves. To meet with constantly increasing trade, Large and Commodious Mew Premises have been erected. Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies, &c, wiuSmvikQK, (THE FABMEBS' FRIEND) CUMNOCK STORES, CUMNOCK. J. E. CAMPBELL'S The Beehive Store, I Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IH THE DISTRICT WHEREAT TO PUBCHASE (Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. ? sse ? Enamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ADDRESS : OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. Wool. Produce. Grain. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD., SYDNEY. ACT AS SELLING BROKERS ONLY. Consignors are Abs...

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Drought and Desolation [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Drought and Desolation The representative of a Sydney journal who accompanied the Premier on his recent visit to Bourke, draws the pre sent day picture of that once tbriving settlement. He writes : — Once a con siderable town with a thriving popula tion,' Bourke now presents almost tbe appearance of a deserted village. Two J large hotels have been closed ; there j are 260 unoccupied houses ; the popu- j lation has, of course, decreased ; busi is almost paralysed ; property is practically- unsaleable ; the meat works, which in days gone by em ployed 500 hands, are shut down; the River Darling, once proudly send ing along 12ft of water, now contains only from three to four feet, which are perilously near being weed-clogged ; and the Municipal Council is unable to make'its financial ends meet. No rain of any consequence has fallen for over seven years, and there are child ren going to school in tbe town who know Dot what is a good downpour of rain. ? ?? .

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The Shades School. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

The Shades School. The following letter has been handed to us by Dr. Ross, M.P. Depart- ment of Public Instruction, Sydney, 25th June, 1902. — Sir,— I have the honor to state that the Minister of Public Instruction has had under notice the letter of the 12th ultimo, signed by Mr. R. Neville, and pre sented by you, urging the erection of a new provisional scnooi ouiiaing at The Shades. In reply I have to state that the District Inspector of Schools reports that it would not be practicable to provide a new schoolroom in suffi cient time to be of service during the present winter. Should, however, the attendance continue to be satisfactory, the question of providing another school building for use duririg next winter will receive full consideration. As regards the draughty state of the walls, which it is represented renders 11*8 present building unsafe for tbe pupils, it is thought that perhaps the residents themselves might have such repairs affected as will remedy tbe defects referre...

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Rabbit Board Election. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Rabbit Itoard Election. To the Editor of the Abgus. Sir. — In perusing a letter on the above subject, in the Argus, I was pleased to notice that ' Farmer ' was desirous of impressing upon the electors the necessity of giving their support to men who are enthusiasts in the destruction of rabbits on their holdings. So far I quite agree with him, but I would like to know if the members of the Stock Board fulfil the conditions mentioned in his concluding remarks. Quoting his own words, in conclusion, If armer ? says it might be put forward to the voters on this occasion that the man who has done the most effective work upon his own holding may be relied upon to see to the proper ad ministration of an Act that affects him self and neighbor alike. 1 say they do not, for it is a well-known fact that pre vious to the appointment of an Inspector Mr. Lance Smith had done absolutely nothing towards the destruction of rab bits, and he was candid enough to admit it. Yet Mr. Smith is one of the ....

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Missed the Train. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

9lf§§ed the Tnuin. A number of residents of Amaroo, who intended travel) ing to Syd ney by the cheap excursion train on Tuesday of last week were somewhat dsappoin t,e. when tbe train passed the platform without stopping to pick them up. They said it was unaccountable, as the train never missed stopping there before. They ask that the master be inquired into, as over a dozen persons were left on tbe platform, and suffered considerable inconvenience in conse quence.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Stock Act, 1901. MOLONG DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Stock Act, lOOl. MOLONG- DISTRICT. The following sheep brands and marks have been duly recorded by the In spector of Sheep for (the Molong Sheep District David Archer, junr., Reedy Creek, Murga; James A. Brown, Norah Creek, Molong; Miss Julia S. Brown, Est court, Coradgery, Parkes; Joseph Barnes, Barnsdale, Peak Hill ; Daniel Cook, Merry Glen, Curra Creek ; R. W. GlasBon, Koolabah, Medina ; Thos. J. Horton, Kerr:s UreeK ; J. m. nogan, ? Gowan Creek, Mumbil; John John ston, Myrangle, /Cumnock ; Daniel Kenny, Coradgery, Parkes ; Geo. H. Kinsela, Yarran Grove, Manildra ; Alf. T. Millgate, Sunny Side, Peak Hill ; Mrs. Annie Marsh, Marshdale, Eugowra ; Alex. McDonald, Black Springs, Obley; A. H. Spilsbury, Bell View, Caves P.O., Wellington ; F. Thornberry, Black Mount, Bowan Park. Sheep Beanos' Cancelled. The following sheep brands and marks bave been cancelled Molong District. J. B- Townsend, Meran burn ; Joseph, Woods, Woodsland, Mount Aubrey; Edward Woods, Mount Aubrey. ? . BbAnds Tra...

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Rapid Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Rapid Justice. Tennessee justice may be somewhat * rough and ready, but it is not marked by any of tbe law's delays. In a case just reported the Deputy Marshall of Fulton was shot dead by a farmer at 7 p.m. on Thursday. At 10.30 the same night the murderer was taken from the lock-up by a mob and hanged to a bridge. Just half an hour later a coroner's jury brought iu a non committal verdict on both the dead men.

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Stock Board Protest. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Stock Board Protest. At a recent meeting at Cranbury Mr. W. J. Moore referred to the proposed amalgamation of the Pastures and Stock Board with the Rabbit Board. He then proposed a motion, ' This meeting emphatically protests against the proposed amalgamation as being inimical to the interests of the majority of taxpayers.' This was seconded by Mr. W. J. Brieu, and after discussion was put to the meeting and carried.

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Bournewood Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Bournewood Progress Committee. At the annual meeting of the Bourne wood Progress Committee the follow ing officers were elected for the ensuing year Mr. J. Wykes, presi dent ; Mr. A. Morris a»d Mr. G. Morris, vice-presidents ; Treasurer, Mr. W. Wykes ; secretary, xMr. J. Pickford.

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Local and General. Cumnock Convent. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Local and General. Cumnock Convent. A meeting of the Cumnock Convent Committee was held on Saturday evening, when it was decided to organise a ball and concert, in aid of the Convent, to be held in October. Full particulars will be advertised later on.

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A Peculiar Case. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

A Peculiar Case. I In February last a son of Mrs. E. J. Robinson's swallowed a husk of barley, and since has been thought to be suffering from some lung complaint, or consumption, accompanied by hemoerage from the lungs. Last Saturday he had a violent attack of attack of coughing and vomited up the busk, since which he has been much better. — Forbes Gazette.

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Sign of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Sign of the Times. Conversation* overheard the other day at a meeting of farmers Mr. Jones to another settler : How are your sheep? Mr. Brown : Oh, bad enough ; they have just started to die. Mr. Jones : I am better off than you ; I mine are all dead ; so you have all I your trouble before you, skinning I them. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

A Cure for Lumbago. W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Ya .. U.S. A., says : — ' For more than a year I suffered from lumbago. 1 finally tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave me entire relief, which all other remedies had failed to do. Sold by H. W. Macord, Chemist, Molong. IMPORTANT NOTICE. TO THE RESIDENTS OF CD.MNOCK AND DISTRICT. A. E. PHH-POTT DESIRES to inform his oia Customers in Cumnock and Surrounding District * that be has again commenced business .at Cumnock as Saddle and Harness Maker AND BOOT REPAIRER, and has come to stay. I trust to again re ceive that generous support so liberally ac corded by the Public in the past. igf* In consequence of the disastrous season, my prices will be as low as possible. A. E, PHILPOTT, CUMNOCK. «r%,. Jttrs. ]L €. HAS added to the list of her valuable prepara tions a number of others from tbe private prescriptions and medical notes of her late hus band, DR. G. R. R. LLOYD, M.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.S.E., Ac., Registered, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisban...

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Commercial News. SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Commercial News. SYDNEY MARKET. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd., report : — ' The market has continued verv quiet, buyers having shown 110 disposition to operate, and 'in cases where attempts to effect sales have been made the difference be tween buyers' and settlers' ideas of value has effectually precluded business. As mentioned in our last report the next London wool sales open on 8th July, when the position of the market will be more clearly defined than at present ; it will then be demonstrated whether the present weakness in the local market is well founded or merely of a temporary nature.' ' The wheat market has ruled moder ately firm throughout the week, though quotations, based on the limited transac tions that have taken place, do not indi cate any improvement. We have secured several truck loads for feeding stock at 4s 4d per bushel inland, which price may also be regarded as representing the current rate for milling parcels. Flour : No transactions o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Important and Reliable News— That you eni) obtain a Nickel Keyless Mocri Lever Watch, non magnetic, railway dial, cases screw together, and a guarantee for one year, all for '20s at E. BLACKADDEIl'S, Jeweller, Jlolong

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

RJL33ITS. # ? ? 0 ? The Ferrier Poison Cart. THE BEST RABBIT POISON CART ON THE MARKET. Delivered at MOLONQ, -£s lOs. Tlxe XT*' errier supersedes all others. Is the Cheapest and Most Simple. No Cogs to break. Will Work in the Roughest Country I And your: local smith can replace anything that might wear. that I have 'bought^w^of* th^Pwrler 9poiMn er ^''Th haVe m^ch Ple««ure in sajinf thoroughly trying the first— and that t ? Carts— the second one I bought after This is the Machine for Large and Small Holders. Agent kok Molong and District .* 3D- MILLAB AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT, Hunk Street, JHolong. j They are an^io^^^^l^rn i0 | - PIANO or ORGAN. J | You do not possess either, and wcndsr I where you can get absolutely the J BEST VALUE for the LEAST MONEY. n PALING'S will tell you why their Pianos J | are the- best and how to buy one on Easy 1 Terms if you wish, and guarantee all if I their instruments at the sane time. A I™ Write to them for a beautifully illus- « trated C...

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Commercial News. MOLONG ARGUS Office. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Commercial . News. Molong Abous Office. Friday. Wheat; new 4s . Flour, £9 ¥-s per ton ; Bran, £6 10s '? Pollard, £6 103 per ton Dairy Butter, Is 5d wholesale ; Is 6d retail Factory Butter, le 7d wholesale ; Is 9d retail Bacon, 7d wholesale; lid retail Eggs, Is 6d wholesale ; Is 8d retail Cheese, Bodalla le 2d Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 9s to 10s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale; 6s retail

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