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

Do you know that 3. B. CAMPBELL (late of Singer Company) has jopened a Store in Bank-street, opposite the Commercial Bank ? Give the new man a trial,* '

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

bkmTs That Mr. H. S. Carr, of Cardington, tr recently purchased in Sydney a sheep dog— price £80. . That ' sneak thieves ' are troubling ' Canowindra stockowners. That four ounces of boiled wheat every day will keep sheep alive and strong — 'tis better than shaft. That after the drought has done its work bone-gathering and .dead-wool picking should be a big industry out in the back blocks. That settlers are burning off old, fences And replacing them with new structures. That at Gregra tbe area under wheat is far below the average this year. That it is now estimated there were 75,000 Boers in the field — 8,700 were killed and '32,000 taken prisoners (of whom 700 died). That Mr. Joe Chamberlain will visit Australia as soon as opportunity permits. That a history of the war, written from a Boer standpoint, should be interesting. That entries for the Forbes Show close on 26th instant. That a ping-pong tournament was recently held at Parkes in aid of the Presbyterian Church, and realised ...

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Local and General. METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

It is - generally taken for granted, eape-naUy |)^^thoy .who pose as demo c^tB^tLat all iegiBlation of a- pro mustbe -for thebenefitof labour. This view ispatticularly emphasised ^tbel legislation ''Ufa ^aestion is directed MHAlHhfr flAMHA '.'-iMbAfti *at Jl« A^«ik« !;'*«tkiJkU' ' fl|jouui: oviuc: ? tuuuoinj ' vruiuu produces wealth to its proprietary and wages to its employees ? But ^ho is it thatreally suffers in allthesb'CtLses ? Surely above, all labour suffers, when efi^^ment^is difficult to obtain. No attack can foe n^ade ob men with . money to invest without reacting with proportionate tipn in New Sooth Wale s, daring, the lteit 'few years, has been either directly, or : . indirectly, ai blow aimed at the industries, established, or likely to be! established in the State. The mini mum wage regulations have drawn men from the country to tbe city, and besides the great harm resulting from' the squandfiringof .public funds, there nas neen tne mqirMc pipw to au en-: gaged ln work...

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

V AUSTRALIA FO^THE Ausmi&tANS.' FRIDAY, JUDY 18, 1902,

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Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Ularriage. The following new regulations ? in regard to marriage in the Church of England, will doubtless be of interest to our readers : — ' We, the undersigned Bishops of the Dioceses in the province of N.S.W., concur in lavinc down the following regulations concerning marriage and the re-marriage of divorced persons- - Wm. S. Sydney (Metropolitan), George H. Newcastle, Charles E. Bathurst, C. G. Goulburn, E. A. Riverina, H. E. Grafton and Armidale. MARRIAGE. I. The time for celebration of marriages shall be from sunrise until 8.30 p.m. 2. As a rule all marriages shall be celebrated in a church or accustomed place of worship. - Exceptions to the I rule may be made by written permis sion of the Bishop in cases where reasons of distance (8 miles or more), or peculiar circumstances, to be notified to the Bishop, are by bim considered to warrant the performance of the marriage elsewhere than in church. 3. The publication of Banns, or issue of Episcopal License, shall, as a general rul...

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Commercial News. SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

[?] SYDNEY MARKET. I The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co;, Y Ltd- report \ — w The improved conditions in the principal wheat growing areas of the Statd consequent upon the late rainB have ; not so far affected values, late quotations having been 'Well maintained daring the weelc. For milling descriptions no sales of wheat have been put through locally at under 4s 4d per bushel, while in the country we understand that up to 4s 6d per bushel htla been paid for a small line.. Trans- j actions, however, both in the city and ] inland have been limited. j aaise.— Quoted at 4s 9a to 4s y£d for prime quality. ? Flour. — Dull of sale ; prime roller has realised from £8 15s to £8 17s 6d per ton. Marsupial Skins— The supply of kan garoo and w&ll&bj wiring has been some what larger this week, and generally speaking the market for these finies has been steady. Babbit skins have ruled easier to the extent of l£d to 2d per lb in the case of low grades. An animated en qui...

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Succession to the Throne. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

lncceis§ioii to the Tliroite. The succession to the throne of Great Britain is in the direct line, without any restriction against fcunle inherit ance, save that the male descendant ; on an equality of standing has priority. Thus the sons succeed j )iafni*a fho Ha nnrVitov'o nloim jinmab infn J i/Giua.*? uuo uouguvoi o viatuj vuuico tuw force. If the present King had died before Queen Victoria his son would have stood next in succession. t Between the King's brothers and the throne stand all the children of the King and their descendants, beginning with the Prince of Wales and his family.

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The Late Mr. D. Ross. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Tlie Late Mr. D. Ross. Referring to tbe death of tbe late Mr. Dave Ross, Canowindra Stab says : — It is sad to record such an unlooked for and pathetic event as the untimely death of so young, promising and hiehlv resDGCted a voune man as Mr. Dave Ross, son of Mr. William Ross, of Molong, and late assistant at the Canowindra post office. 'Dave'' had been stationed as assistant here for some two years, and during that time had gained for himself many friends by his never failing courtesy, and ever obliging disposition, at the same time being a thoroughly efficient and conscientious officer. A member of the local band he made himself popular with the whole of tbe members, and all had a good word for their ' first cornet.' .... Quite a gloom was cast over Canowindra when tbe sad news became generally known, and many humid eyes could be seen as tbe sad tidings was announced. Dave was only 28 years of age and gave evidence of becoming a more than ordinarily smart officer as well as a goo...

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Passed for a Bursary. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

^ai^lTfbr a &ir*ary. The Bupsary for three years at Syd ney GrainmarSchool has been awarded to Mastw Boy Alldis (eon of the Rev. J. Alldis, of Molong), trained by Mr. . A. 8. Bridekirk, head master of the local Public School. This entitles the i._ 1L ? ? ? i M;i uuiuer u; ? iium yvans inuiiiugi rtui way pass, books and £80 a year allow ance. Only two bursaries were pos sible for tbe country districts center ing in Sydney, of which one has been gained by Molong School — a great credit to the head teacher, whose can didates have been most successful in f examinations. . .

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

'f^^lfi^^omplairits^: Languor, Dspresslon, G'j^'|PiiPE- Loss of Appetite, Weakness,— : A Stri||ti|ll^jiiis 0ii3 to Hot Weather. jtt I i||l)|l|lllUM^mTn\: . - Mr. 6. J. Plenty, of Bowdon, South | ?^-ustra'ia' seQds us liis photograph ' j [; Mpff^PWWiftk I 'I have a regular string of com I ) Kr plaints every summer. The excessive ' I 'j jjf ( heat prostrates me. I feel languid 1 1 - ] I ^HL : and depressed and have a general un I j I My jjgM bP doing of my health. A great many lit j 111 ?' ?-? . C3 of my friends complain in the same ' I IN K 1 way. Lately I have found that Ayer's I I i-i Sarsaparilla overcomes all these bad I I I | . I ft j effects and enables mo ,to go through I '11 yfl the hot season without any trouble. It 11 KnfV -/yi It revivifies my system, purifies my IJ ? j], blood, and gives me an unusual de lll Hi H mk . HkL gree of strength. I am sure no one will bo disappointed with this medi . fumtBm cine, for it is not only a preventive \ but also a powerful cure of dis ...

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

^POPPING ON. NO POPPING ON. ^/I haTe pred you^ money since I came, J ) ^^\And I vjrill save voumoney while I stay. - . J } rffc';-' : yf.-:? ?' '. .- .;'?' I|f . . _v ' i . ; v OCOCCo^vXX, *-^00 .?' vu ? V{'.J 2. : ' j, . ???: ???:? ?, .. . Haw® you seen my BLANKETS at 10s 6d per pair? They are worth 20s 'r ' '' ' If yott want BOOTS AND SHOES, come along and I can sell them to yon at prices Lower thin any other House in Molong. x ? OOOOGOiOfc^^ ;-V';V; Remember, what costs other Storekeepers 20 s and 25s I boiypit for a little more .,,,.. ^... ....... ' ' ? - . ?? MY STOCK IS CLEAN NEW, AND WELL BOUGHT ^ook through my big stock of RIBBONS and LACES. I want to dear thm . You know my brands are Reliable. No : fnnny bnsin^sB j|| my Grocery Department ; everything is .Genuine, 35j|ii|S Guaranteed. Send along your orders, and our life MchmIIii attend to them. The present is a time such as Australia has never known, and it behoves every householder to save money, v ? . THE OLD WINDSOR STO...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

[?] J .f: : The King has* commenced a journey in search of health. ^ ; j The Kangaroo is hopping over old Leo-r-in the cricket field. Mr. M.L./Caro's next visit to 1 . Molohg^S^tul^ay, i26th instant. Thfl Tfino han VinnhfiTOQ^ tho sif Merit ; J^ord Kitchener. $ii-B new B.C. Chapel at Euchareena is approaobing completion. For Ghronio Chest Complaints, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. Is6d...2 Advertisers please note that altera tions must reach us as early as pos sible in the week. Mr. Thomas, an English expert, re ports favorably upon the richness of Lithgow'8 iron deposits. Tenders (closing on August 2) are invited for plastering and painting female ward at Molong Hospital. Dubbo HosDital overdraft is £756. against .which there is £500 at fixed deposit and subsidy due £342 and £198. Several sawmills in tbe Narromine district are shutting down owing to the excessive royalty demanded on Cyprus pine. Mr. George Windred has just re turned from a three weeks' holiday spent at Richmond and ...

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Southern Hemisphere. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Southern Hemisphere. How often of late we hear Ministers of our various State Governments blow about their own little back yard. ' One Minister says Sydney is to be the biggest city and have the biggest rail way station and the largest bridge ; N.S. Wales shall be the most pros perous and have best shipping facilities, &c., &c., in the Southern Hemisphere. Another says they have the richest land, the most prosperous farmers, the finest city, and the best railways in their State. Others blow about the best social legislation, where there are less unemployed than any where else in the Southern Hem isphere, and so on, always talking sheer nonsense, so as tb tickle the ear of the ignorant voter. Men who talk like this must be very ignorant, and cannot know that there are other countries in tbe Southern Hemisphere where there are' finer cities, grander buildings, better streets, belter rail ways, and where they are a quarter of a century ahead of Austria or New Zealand in...

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Cumnock. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Cumnock. [Faou oce own Correspondent.] The news of the acquittal of James Pender at Forbes Sessions was favor ably received here. I regret to have to report the ill ness of Mrs. Boutcher, wife of our local chemist. The sufferer was con veyed to Molong and admitted to the Hnsnital. Under the care of Dr. Veech and the practical nursing of the Hospital staff, I believe Mrs. Boutcher is making rapid progress towards re covery. Mrs. A. J. Finch is arranging a Service of Song, entitled ' Eva,' in aid of tbe 8unday School. The* en tertainment is in good hands and is sure to be successful. Our local creamery, I notice, still continues to bead the list in connec tion with the supply to Molong Dairy Company. But- the figures show a drought-stricken falling off compared with the returns of a few months ago. So we are to have a new bridge over Jew's Creek — one of the Mohier arch type, too. I am told that the old structure will not be removed until the new bridge is in position. By the bye, it ...

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Juvenile Smoking Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Juvenile Smoking Hill. In the Legislative Assembly on Tues day, Mr. W. F. Hurley, on behalf of Dr. Boss, moved, — ' That this House will, on Tuesday next, resolve itself into a committee of the whole to con sider the expediency of bringing in a bill to restrict and prohibit the use of tobacco, cigars and cigarettes by juvenile members of the community.' The motion was agreed to by 49 votes to 8.

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It Pays to feed Dairy Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

It Pays to feed Hairy Stock. Notwithstanding the high price of hay, grain, and other feeding stuffs, it will be found more profitable to buy fodder than to allow the cows to get very low in condition. Milk and butter are relatively as high in price as feed, and where there is any grass at all left, it does not cost a great deal more tfran usual to provide tbe extra food required. Where there is absolutely no roughage in the pad docks, dairymen are, no doubt, being bard bit by tbe drought just at pre sent, but even in those circumstances it will pay to feed tbe cattle. Cows in profit can be kept in good hearty con dition in a bare paddock at a cost of Is per day per bead, and dry cows at 9d per day each. This soon runs into a heavy expense, but half-rations are no saving in tbe long run. Tbe farmer may nqt get all bis money back to-day or to-morrow, but so long as be maintains his stock in thrifty con dition, he will get his reward byand bye without fail. ' A cow well wintered is hal...

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Cumnock P. A. and H. Association. Credit Balance of £32 10s 1d. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Cumnock P. A. and KI. | Association. Credit Balance of £32 10s id. The annual meeting of the Cumnock P. A. and H. Association will be held on Saturday afternoon, 26th instant, when the annual report and balance sheet will be presented. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected, and nominations to fill positions must be in the hands of the Secretary (Mr. W. jli. rvoss) oy Saturday, iytn instant (to-morrow). ! We have before us the balance sheet for the year ending 26th July, to be presented to subscribers at the annual meeting, and which shows a credit balance of £32 10s Id. Total receipts amounted to £479 3s 8d, members' subscriptions totalling £96 3s,' Government subsidy for 19G2 £69 15s, gate receipts £41 7s 6d, and entry fees £17 15s 3d. Against this the expenditure ran up to £446 13s 7d, tbe prize money paid away at the recent Show amounting to £191 15s. There are 96 members enrolled for 1902. ?

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Boomey. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Boomey. [Fbom oub own Cobrespondknt.1 ! My trusty old friend has grown quite rusty and needs rubbing up— I mean I must take up my pen and let your readers know that I am still ja the, land of tbe living, while Boomey is still in the same old place, an expect ant suburb of tho FVdprn.1 rVnitnl. when it* has been chosen. Last week we had a little moisture, which was swallowed up as fast as the See Government's £3,000,000 loan, and we now wait Jupiter's leisure for the balance. Stockowners about here have re corded losses during the drought as well as people in other parts of the State, though sincc the late ruin a little sheep-feed has sprung up which will save further destruction, all things being equal and more rain Tails soon. Will the newly-elected Babbit Board sit? Methinks not — until the Stock and Babbit Boards are amalgamated. I notice ping pong has bumped up against Molong and its School of Arts. Puts me in mind of an old neighbor of mine who said to me tbe other day, ' Johnn...

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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

ORANGE. If the drought is having the effect of decreasing the number of rabbits in the back country there is no indication that it is doing similar service in tbe Orange district. Out March way there are rabbits in thousands and thousands, and excellent sport may be obtained shooting them and catching il ? ? IiL J ? T? ? L -11 ? 1 ? cn em wild aogs. jLvery noiiuw log will almost certainly contain one or two, while the soil is literally honey combed with their burrows. Staff Color Sergeant Roacb, of the local 3rd Infantry Regiment, is under orders to transfer to South Australia. For allowing cows to stray in the street, a resident was fined 2s and costs of court. %lisB Maggie Plowman, fourth daughter of Mr. Jas. Plowman, died on Wednesday night from consump tion. A purse o£ sovereigns has been for warded and presented to Constable Boon, late of Orange, now of Mudgee. Mrs. Walker, whose husband was recently sentenced to six months for perjury, preached in the Australian Church, Luckno...

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