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

Wedding. On Thursday evening, 10th instant, a wedding was celebrated at St. John's Church, Molong, between Mr. H. J. Smith and Miss M. E. Putland, both of Burrawong. The present friends included both parents and sisters of the bride, who was neatly attired in wedding costume and bridal array. Bev. J. Alldis officiated.  

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

[?] K- ^^r/Jkuaell says a change is ap {. jtroggupgtbe Westerndistricts. About, , - ««»« Edward and William are to play forithe ping pongchampionsbip of the - SchoolotyArts.v ' All thjs Boers 3n the field have now surrendered, thecomplete total exceed ing 20,000. In Berlin, -where butchers' meat is Id fid per lb.-~tbe poorer classes eat horseflesh.' ^ *i' - Australian fcrioketers in England have ttoriVlS joiatehes and lost 1 ; 7 were unfinished. ' . Mr.Biohard Haloroft appointed dayman by tbe Council — a rise from the assistantship. Molong Council, at last meeting, had&credit balaneeof £800, less the sttmofaevenpence. ' . ' « is reported that some rabbit taappersin tbe Gnndagai district are making from £4 to £5 perweek. * ; AWrdingto the I.O.N., Mr. Geo. Packba&'s dairy, when . completed, ] ^Ul'^S-yogii goi^tmlertofiee. | Semeyeftrs. Ago EgesOn predicted j f «he^pres6nt drought, and.. lost his Govemm'fOt billet lor histrouble. -, ? ' Jlfl^jiii^^^n^^sheep'-.s^s j . Mr...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

StiEEP BRANDING ** ; LIOUID ? --i E.IUCH* 00., Ltd., Sydney. L-lyUl ? / -? . . ' j PEOPLE'S .. ' g TH OS O ,. !x- ^ ? s sss r 9 6 1^-ofg f ^ yn - o 2 ^ m ? I I' « 30 , S! — » £-J. CD '(Ez-aio j:s ' i Massey-Harris jjL BINDERS, HARVESTERS, X* PLOUGHS, CULT1VAT0BS, &c. ? ? ? Matthews & Bradley ^ Are Agents for Molong and District. ^ Why glvejour Orders t» in. tiiitl iS ? BECAUSE in Harvest, when every hour means money, if you break any part of your machine you can ride into Molong and we will be able to supply you. Do not give your'Ordera to Travelling Agents ; they think about their Commission. WE think of you in HARVEST. & |r ' CAUTION. * NYONE found TRESPASSING in XX. any of my Paddocks at G-UMBLE with dog or gun, will be prosecuted. EDWARD WINDUS. NOTICE. ALL persons found trespassing in the' paddocks of the undersigned, upon any pretext whatever, wiii be prosecuted without : respect to persons. I R. H. G4.VIN, M. CARROLL. H. T. PURCELL. NOTICE. THE Cplumns...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

South Africa. A cobbespondent writes : — u Now that peace has been proclaimed sanguine persons are inclined to rush to South Africa* blindly. It will be well for such to know at least something of what will have to be encountered. Landing at Durban, a mere hamlet, with shelter for not more than are already there as officials, how can people expect to be housed when, as may be expected, they arrive in thousands, even if they have ample funds to pay for it. Provisions at famine price, and climate in the low lands of South Africa scorching hot, with swarms of mosquitoes. Even if ail these discomforts are braved, what occupations are open to multitudes of newcomers ? Without donbt the up. lands of the Transvaal are all that can be desired for a race of white men, but tbat is over 800 miles distant, and when tbey get there what occupa tions are there open ? Work in tbe mines is only for a portion of skilled men, and native labor is mostly avail able and adopted. Nothing but dis annnintme...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Bumbury. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Bumbury. — o — [Fbom odb own Cobbespondent.} Twenty points of rain fell here on the night of Wednesday, 9th instant, making a total of 189 points for the three days ending that date. At the time of writing the weather is all that could be desired, nice warm days pre* vailing. Poisoning is being carried on with much vigor and, from appeaianefe, with good resultB, so far as rabbi tear# concerned. However, other noxious pests carefully avoid the baits. There is a nice shoot in tbe grass around this neighborhood, and given anything like favourable weather eon* ditions the prospeot for the future is yery good, Uv

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong Council. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

illolon^Coiincll. The- usual fortnightly meeting of MolOag Municipal .Gouneil was held on Tuesday evening. Present: Alder men John Black (Mayor), A. -Parker, J. Mo&roder, 'J. Tilbrook, W. B. Cole and G. Garlick. - . . COBKESPOKDEtfCE. From Mr. J. T. Oantrill, Borenore, ordering four drams of tar for asb pbalting purpoBes.. ' From Council . Clerk, Eatoomba, asking for reply tt- circular sent in April, last respectiog iiocal Govern^ menti — Tbe Oouncil Oleyk stated that be bad forwarded a Jiewsf^per report to Eatoomba, showing ' what action tbe Council bad taken, and .stating (bat since that time nothing further bad been done. From Bo^rd of . Health, notifying alteration in Vet. Surgeon Robertson's addrass. - From Michael Sheen, Manildra, re position of dayman. From Messrs. Matthews and Bradley asking permission- to erect two horse posts in fronl of their store.— Permis- sion granted. ; Correspondence received on the motion of Aid. Parker* seconded by Aid. McGroder. A toil's. ...

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Edg[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

[?] [?] [?] toy nnd yrbi^y Ictt ; land; (or settle^tifc -jBbould (be fras fcrate3 iii itsijilancy. ^ Sacb .ft' pjin jof finding work for ' tbe frorkless would unduly penftlise the-Bettlers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

|-'V nuttraas, andBetofBeatKap^&eddiogoomplete.. ........ ? £117 6 ; HALL'S BEDBOOM SUITE, viz., Wardrobe with ptete-giass door -and 4eep '?£??:? drawer, Daqbess Cbest of Drawers, with Glass attache^, ; Marble-top -WaifljMljl^ £7 17 6 I HALL'3 i)ININ6h-BOOiti8Ui'fE, 8brong&nd Handsome, Large Oottch/Pair : ; ft- /-)tIia^e «tod;8ir^ryed BwA Chkirs, in best leather cloth ? ? ? ? £610 0 Hii.fea^^^^^^^^0^M 8UiTE^Uh;Biob'Silk PK9h Cushions, It; this Vaper. r A. I^LL & CojMIPANY, .' :. '561 -£-667, (iBO^JS-SXIffiET^ SYDNEY. :/ : , ? ' ' ' ?? - ? '»Y ' ? ^ ? ? i ' -? # . a i . ? ^ ' ' I ^ iim. « ? P^'1'' ' ' '! ' ' '^^T^''' ' ''' ''r** f it '??':?} ?' '~3 ' — you rijiqnlrfe something suitable fpra Wedd ing Present or a Birthaay Gift |._' ' any i^qyick-nacfcmylorn ywbr hope yon can get it cheaper at I ' ? r^^€K »ONALOSON'S. ? ?- &- '? '$$&: ' r\ '? Vvcri v;':U'-'~ I - SC.'. ? ~'T '' I-.'-'. -: ; ??] ? ?. - .? ' ? |l . t ? r'T', Whatarticlein the FancyG...

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A Balaclava Hero. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

A Balaclava Hero. ? w — Michael Alexander Cabmichael, who served through the Crimean war in the Light Brigade, and was one of the ' gallant six hundred ' who rode into the ' jaws of death ' at Balaclava, was granted an old age pension at the Rallarat court fsavs the Age). Carmicbael, who is over 70 years of age, looks every inch a soldier, being tall and erect. He had been residing in Ballarat for a number of years, and has received assistance at the Benevo lent Asylum. It is not considered creditable, a Ballarat correspondent observes, that the Imperial authorities should allow a hero like Carmiehael to depend upon public charity for his support.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Canoblas. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Canoblas. We have received from Mr. Arthur Norwood, printer and stationer, of Summer-street, Orange, a copy of an interesting publication intended to give prominence to the claims of Canoblas to be made the Federal city. The brochure contains statistics of rainfall, temperature, ana anoras miormation as to water supply, fuel, building ma terials, quality of land, &c. Then fol lows a magnificent set of views of waterfalls and other beauty spots, as well as views of the town of Orange, &c. The neat little souvenir was turned out from the office of Mr. Norwood, and is, to say the leaBt, a magnificent piece of work.

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Prospecting Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Prospecting Tote. ? o— r Foa the following details of grants from the Prospecting Vote, we are indebted to the courtesy of Dr.- Bow, M.P. :— MOLONG ELECTORATE. -? Particulars of Grant' — Mr. William*1 Thompson, of Cargo. '60 feet of sinking at 30s per foot, ana 50 feet of crosscutting at £0s a foot. ? Particulars of Grant. — Mr. W, Collinsi of Cargo. 77 feet of sinking, at 10s a font for the first 27 feet, and 12b 6d a foot for the remaining 50 feet ; also 50 feet of driving at 10s' a foot. WELLINGTON -ELECTORATE. Particulars of Grant.— Mr. J. E . Clarke, Jawbone, via Wellington. To sink three shafts to bottom, at a distance of about 400 feet apart, at the following rates, which will apply as in bard sinking 9d a foot from surface to 10 feeMnplusive ie a foot from 10 feet to25 feet, ' „ 1/3 a foot from 25 feet t6 50 feet, „ 2sji ^fobt froii.^O feet to ^ feet, 2/6 a foot for tW' remainder to bottom also to drive 200 feet along the bottom, in the aggregate, at Is 6d a foot.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Remarkable Cure of Croup. A LITTLE BOY'S LIFE SAVED. I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It saved my little boy's life andlfeel that I cannot ? raise it enough. ' I bought a bottle of it rom A. E. Steere of Goodwin, S.D., U.S. A, and when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe. - 1 gave the medicine as directed every ten minnfen nnftl ha 'threw tin ' Attd then T thought sure he was going to choke to death. We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings. I am positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine, my boy would not be on earth to-day.— Joel Demont, Inwood, Iowa. For sale by H. W. Macord, Chemiot, Molong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

When in town give ' Tup ' n | call. He will be glad tol see you. ' Opposite J the Commercial Bank.* - ! '

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BRIDGE OVER JEWS CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

[?] Oraii||e ^ancT JForbes papers have once ^ain bj^^^^nalL yfhy'' the newspapers in the diwrict. in watuu Wv , wurK ia - w ue^wrroruieu , arp oterlo&ed is not clear. : 1%eref ^e many good bridge builders liviog within the Molong district v who look to the ? local press for information of this sorii, but the Works Department evidently overlook the fact that by advertising only in the town where Roads Engineers are situate, it is doing a great . injustice to men who might never know of the work through the medium of the papers favoured.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Malar . - AMD / BOOT REPAIRER, and hae come id Biaj. I trust lo again re ceive that generbuB eajtport so liberally ac corded by the Pablic In the past. C^vXn -oonseqaence of the ^disastrous season, my prices will be as low as possible. A. E, PHILPOTT, CUMNOCK. Jfea. Jl. C. klimit TTASaAAed to the llrt of bet valnkble pnpan i3- tioDs a number of otheia. from (he jdiita prescriptions medical notes of berUte baa bind,l?H.-J.R. B. LI1OYD.M.R.C.P.E., [wB.OwSX., &c., Kegiatered, Sydney, Melboorne, BrisbAiie. t These Bemedie* ikre dis pensed under the oare of a leading Sydney Phy y eiolan, and vrill be known aa the i« BIOSOZON RBMBDIE5, and may be obtained from MBS. A. G. LLOYD Only, at the uni form price of 10s 6d per box or bottle. PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION. Send 28 (stamps) and stamped envelope for particulars tp MRS. A. C. LLOYD, For many, years the confedkntial adtmieb and .saiEND pr 406 Par)c, Road Paddin^ton. t A ^ JUiLJL/XXljO C- LLOTDonANT MEDICAL SUBJECT may nly on obtai...

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"UNSETTLED." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

' 0 ? The Ferrier Poison Cart, THE BEST RABBIT POISON fiART QN THE MARKET. Delivered at MOLONQ, && lOi. ? — — i ? V The supersedes all others. 1b the Cheapest and Most Simple. No Cogs to break. , vWill Work in the Roughest Country I And your looal smith can replace anything that might waar. ' Hawthorne, Bathurst, February 9, 1902.— Dear Sir,— I have xnoflfc pltaam la ttjriaf that I have bought two of the Ferrier Poison Oarts — the second one J kongkt after thoroughly trying the firBt— and that I have come to the eonelmlOB tkatfsr ktreaftk, simplicity, and general efficiency, they have no superior. — Yours faithfully, 9. JiM Imrs.' This is the Machine lor Large and Small Holder*. , Agent fob Molonq and District : D. AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT, Bank Street, Aloleiiff. PAUNG'S si ,^«WL accordeins pf' ? fji from 8/6 post ff-e Hii j jJl Wiite for catalogues, lufe: jJ / w'' i,av y°u* Anr i o- '»ian MCl H frrn r Will p.iy you. 'rrTTTTmrrffl^i MANDOLINS from 25/- Wr...

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MEDICO'S TRAVELLING FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

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A Thrilling Comedy. Scene in a Barroom. ACT I. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

A Thrilling Comedy. Scene in a Barroom. Act I. Lady drives op to an hotel on a very oold and frosty morning in July. Barman goes to the vehicle to see if he can render any assistance. Lady (pleasantly) asks him to hold the baby, well wrapped up, for her. Barman steps towards the door — habv kicking frantically. Tries to pacify baby, but only makes matters worse. . **? _ Act II. Obliging landlady, comfortably seated by the fire, takes baby. Barman tells her it seems mighty small, but a denced one to kick. Obliging landlady (endeavouring to sootfr.it): 'Ob, your poor, dear wipsey pipsey,' &c., and then starts to hum, a little lullaby. Baby struggles more violently, and obliging landlady^ with heavy beads of perspiration on her brow', can scarcely hold him. Act ill. Obliging landlady (excitedly) : 'It is convulsions, I am sure, that the child hfts got— go for the doctor, quick - Barman fttf bes off. Obligingviandlady's, strength, fails. She^MiltpS^ ^thud— i she lies scampers of...

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A POPULAR APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

A iPOPULAB APPOINTMENT. In consequence 'o{ Sergeuit W. Carroll vacatinsr ^ife office of Secretary tb the Mounter1 tTlnb; ^ members FA®? hit ' nppn'a'ja^py ^^ #oice smd msMled Fait^r ' iftMg««nt .G^Sf i to the position. Mr.rAdvis^Xeti^ -will dfevwI^ onihim.V ^y|ul% ^egretting £t

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