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State Assistance. To the Editor of the Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

State Assistance. To the Editor of the Aitaus. Sir,— I noticed a letter in your issue of the 11th which I inmost respects endorse, for there is no doubt that there is too much of this State business going on, not only in regard to factories but in many other tespects. And to listen to many of the a&ritators belchintr forth their views on the land question it would lead an inexperienced person to believe that the man on the land led a life of peaceful and undisturbed luxury instead of a life of hard toil for which he receives but scant remuneration. And even of that he will be robbed if he remains silent and allows the Ministers with tbe assistance of their Labor apostles to build up factories &c., with his taxes and then compete in the markets against him. Again, these settle ments, on which it is proposed to place the unemployed, is but a farce, and like many other Government schemes it will never pay. It is an easy matter to do certain thingB, if the question of co...

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

Sowavi Park ttoad. ' — 0 — Db. Boss, M.P., has banded aw the following letter for publication : — Publio Works Department, Sydney, 14th July, 1902.— Date of letter under reply : 6th ultimo, enclosing a com munication from the Paling Yards Progress Committee (C. Holden, Esq., Hon. Secretary.) Subject : State of the road from Gerybong Greek to Bowan Park. Reply : The Minister has approved of £24 being granted for the purpose of effecting the necessary clearing, and instrnctions bare bean issued accordingly.— J. DayIb, Under Secretary.

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

[?] defeatedjjy theBtSishVirbbp®. - Tfie FarinWanll.Settlera - Confer ence next year will be h6ld at Nar randera. , - Labor-leader MoGoWen has been preeentedwithapurse of sovereigns frnrn milmv The last resort 1 Some Queensland squatters ate feeding stookon sawdust and molasses. Mr. A. Holden, manager of the CommereialBank, Wellington, died on Thursday night. A child has been burnt to death at Blayney through his clothes catching while wanning himself at the Throughout the State batchers have again raised their prices, and some have closed business altogether. Lord Kitchener says the British army was . never in better condition than at present. Black magpies are causing consid erable destruction to crops in various farming centres. Wragge is of opinion tbat good seasons shall be experienced, between 1904 and 1909. A good while tb wait 1 Rabbits have so enoroached on Gundagai that they have burrowed under the house of the Mayor. Stockowners are complaining of the mischief done by opo...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

1 ? ? v' a *- \ ? ^ *. — Y Y The Drought|is~ very' Severe Water is scarce ' Tallow is scarcer But we shn.ll not deviate from the genuine thing for our Surprise^^mri Brand, although the temptation to lower the quality is great. Oar Strength is as the Strength of Ten because oar Soap is PURE. Of course the price is higher than that of the diluted article, but it is not dearer on that account, any more than halfa crown is dearer than a florin, because the value is greater. Ask for the Surprise Brand, and insist upon getting it; Agent for Molong:- JAS. HASLAM, Australian Stores. PbOPRIETOB. ' Breeder, Exhibitor, Importer and Exporter of all the principal varieties of FOWLS and DUCKS, BETWEEN 90 AND 30 IN NUMBER. Prize Winner with mostly all the following Varieties at the Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Wellington and Forbes Shows. Light and Datb Brahmas; Bufi,. Partridge, and White Ooohins; Langshan; Dorking, Brown and White Leghorns; Black Spanish; Andalusiein ; . Golden and Silver Hamburgs; ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humane Railway Officials. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Humane Railway Officials. . — 0 — To. the Editor of the Argus. Sib, — Railway men as a rule are ever ready to assist their brethren in dis tress — in (act they look upon the fre quent calls made on them as a just olaim op their wages. True one finds exceptions, and officials of this great department can make themselves very disagreeable at times. My object in ? 1.1 ? i:„ ? ? t j.« peuuiiig butiso nuoa 10 uuu iulouuou iu criticise the unobliging, but to give a word of praise and thanks to several, officers for a deed of mercy performed last Sunday night. At 5 p.m. on the day mentioned I received an urgent message from the Matron of the Hospital to telegraph for ice, which is necessary in the treament of the un fortunate young man Michael Mulhall, the particulars of whose distressing accident . is very generally known. The public Telegraph. Office was requisitioned to despatch a message, but the local P.M. failed in his en deavor to attract the notice of stations within his circuit. T...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Phases of the Moon. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

ol dhe Moon. — 0 — JULY. Full Moon— Monday, 21st Last Quarter— Monday, 28th AUGUST. New Moon— Monday, 4th First Quarter— Monday, 11th Full Moon— Tuesday, 19th Last Quarter— Tuesday, 26th

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

Largs Stock of Plate Ware for %edding Presents,1 &c. Razors and Cutlery. fe^ er Watches. ' i ' . / ^ ' - Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. £ Try one of my Rlieilinatic Rings for Rheumatism. 3s each. Mi m»l A iilver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d mmj Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, j 9 JilyesTested. Spectacle Frames ' in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, Rolled Gold, and Solid Gold. Spectacles from Is to 35s. eeee All Latest Designs in Brooches. Wy GOLD LINKS, any Design from 12/6 pair Large Stock of Prettj CharmSfj and Gold Crosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, 'Wedding & Keeper Rings fry one Watobek atolls. ' jever Movement and nonmagat tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others &t 7s. 10s. 11a id. 17a ti IE. BLAOKADDUR, JES-WEJXjLEJR, IVEOLOaSTGh. The Premier Mills in the West. MILURalCO'S. Steam Saw Planing and Moulding Mills, Narramine and Bulgandraiuiiie. Rough and Dressed Pine on Trucks at Narromine at Lowest Current Rates. PROMPT DESPATCH. W...

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

* -The jre6ple %ho give tone to society | seldom.g^e anything else. i It' does not follow that a girl would tdMctory because she Sa A rtA/M? ^ . (TOVlDISll . io a 6W . J. E. CAMPBELL'S new 41 Five Medal ' Tea. lfl 6d per ,1b. Try it !? v A. decided ifccrefse |n ;the number of fatal b'urning Aociden^i'in the country districts has beeta reported. JN.8.W. Chief Justice Barley is a cousin of '.brewery fame. Lord Iveagh, is ,^«Rf^tp; ^' worth f 14,000, 00Q. . ? Thk v AH^teho^ ^f Sydney has issued, in a circular to the : Anglican clergy of tjtie diocese of ^y-3ney, a special supplication for tain, to be used on Sundays, at special services, or prayer meetings* as long as the drought lafels. \ : ? ? Jtl.^ former at caught a piece ruling jxis affected optic,: Douglas broke tjje skin. Blood poisoning eet in a^id Douglas, who was ; 69 years of age, died. , ' ^ Xbe issue-* an of married musfcfcaye a private income of at least 36150 a ?-year,^nd jgive toll

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

Useful Hints, Putting cayenne pepper in places where ants lurk will drive them away. A pinch of salt added when eggs r.re being beaten up makes them froth faster. Stobk for soup poured through wet cloth is relieved of every particle of its fat. Wash cane seats wilfa hot water containing lemon ; soak well ; leave in air to dry. White of egg brushed over a burn relieves pain ; or it may first be mixed with lard. Boots and shoes hardened with water may be softened by rubbing with kerosene oil. Camphorated oil rubbed briskly on scratched furniture restores the color and polish. Camphor dissolved in spirits of wine, if painted over cocEroach haunts, acts like poison. Tea made the night* before, put in a cup sugared and milked, is fresh when i ? i. _ j ? l ? ? ? » □eaieu next uiuruiug. Hard water is softened by adding some borax or a little liquid ammonia ; a teaspoonful to a wash-hand basin should do. , Linoleum wears out quickly if left wet ; a little milk and water used in second and f...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Butter Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

The Butter Trade. — O^— Austbalian dairy-farmers will have to get a ' two-bit ' move on if tbey want to keep their claws on London butter market. The latest competitor for this trade is Siberia, containing vast areas of dairying and arable land, which the Russian Govt., with an eye to future trade-prospects, is practically giving away to intending emigrants. Loans are also made on easy terms to settlers, to enable them to get machinery, stock, and farming re quisites. John Foster Fraser, who recently described his trans-Siberian railway tour, states tbat every eastern bound train from European Russia is crammed with emigrants, and asserts that the Siberia, with its ever-certain rainfall, is destined to become the great wheat-producing country of the world. The Yankees have already recognised this fact, for their agricul tural machinery drummers are to be met with in every town in Siberia. With an improved train service, jour ney from Vladivostock, on the east, to Rigo, the port of s...

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

' Wet Paint ' we often see about, And wisely keep our distance ; Advice like this is good no doubt, And valuable assistance. But there's one thing more precious still Of that you can make sure, By driving off voiifcough or chill With woo»a Great Peppermint Cure.' ; No fewer than 60 old age pensioners have died in the Maitland district within tBe past 12 months. The Farmers and Settlers' Con ference invited Premier See and Works Minister O'Soliivan to attend and address the conference, but both declined on aocount of we adverse criticism passed in the annual report on Mr. W.' P, Crick, Minister for Lands, Mi,.:.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Legacy Owner Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Legacy Owner Wanted. The Westebn Post says : — The Mudgee police are now endeavoring to ascertain the whereabouts of a woman named Catherine Morrison (maiden name Gordon), late of Timaru, N.Z. Inspector O'Brien, of Dunedin, writes to say that her hushand died five or six years ago and left an estate worth between £11,000 and £14,000, wtncb has gone^to chancery. The woman being inquired for is about 60 years of age. Last November two years she wrote to Miss Maggie Laurenson, a friend of hers at Timaru, under her maiden name (Catherine Gordon),; giving as her addqess ' Mudgee Post Office, tp. be called for.' A reply so a^dr^ss^i was. l^ter Wfts at 2| years ag6 she sta^ that she was with* some old people in Mudgee, who were kin^ tp jji^r^ that the woman who $J$%r$eing. inquired for lived unhappy with her husband, and separaWd cPiJOiipg to New died intestate, ^ entitled to hi'i fortune. . Should , anyone be kble her received' by Sublnspeotor D'Arcy, of

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MANILDRA STEALING CASE. Arthur Morton Sentenced to Two Years. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

[?] . Arthur M^^^^Q^nced to ;; . . A pew weeks -K)«aai0^ »e^%OTrtP Pplioe Ooart on a charge of stealing one bag of floor on 6th May last at Manildra, the property of the Railway Commissioner. Accused surrendered % his bi# at theiForbes Quartet qgssioM bfild^Jbeforq Judge Docker )nt ViflV. klufmWrli^a nnh miilb niut ' was taken, for paVtUsutaH of 'which we are in aebted to the Forbes Times :— Henry E. Green, on oath, deposed : I am stationmaster at Manildra ; about 10.30 a.m. on 6th May j ohepked the goods in there was any loading for him ; I sent accused to the office to obtain his carrier's way-bill ; I delivered nine bass of -floor, five of bran, and .three of pollard to the accused: ten bags of flour remained in the truck consigned to 'Forbes ; accused signed for the bags I delivered to him ; I handed the bags of flour to accused who was in his dray ; after I delivered the nine bags to the accused ten bags remained in the truck ; I coveredthe truck up ftnd proceeded to my office ...

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Cricket Match. GOAMBEEN V. REEDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Cricket Match. GOAMBEENV. REEDY CREEK. ' Mxd-oh ' forwards us the scores of a recent match played between Reedy Creek and Goambeen Club's on tbe former's wicket : — Goambeen— First Innings. J. Pearce, c Craig, b C. Douglas . . 0 A. Pearce, b C. Donglas ? 1 G. B. Carey, l.b.w., b C. Douglas . . 7 E. A. Carey, b Craig ? 6 D. B. Maber, o and b Craig . . . . 3 G. W. Carey, c Fardy, b Craig. . . . 4 J. Carey, b C. Douglas ? 4 H. Evans, b Craig ? 3 W. Pearce, run out ? 2 H. H. Ward, b C. Douglas . . . . 1 S. Pearce, not out ? 0 Sundries ? 1 32 Second Innings. 3. Pearce, b C. Douglas ? 1 A. Pearce, c A. Douglas b C Douglas 28 G. H. Carey, b Craig ? 0 E. A. Carey, b H, Christian . . . . 42 D. B. Maher, b C. Douglas . . . . 0 H. H. Ward, b C. Douglas . . . . 1 G. W. Carey, b Craig ? 3 J. Carey, not out.. ' ? 9 Six wiokets for ? 84 Reedy Cheek— First Innings. C. Douglas, c J. Carey, b E. Carey. . 3 M. Fardy, b Maher ? 8 E. Atkinson, b Maher ? 0 B. Craig, not out ? 18 H. Christian, b Maber ? 1...

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Annual Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Annual Leases. The undermentioned Annual Leases have been granted : — LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. Thomas Henry Edwards, Oak Mount, Mount Aubrey, 880' acres, parish Rocky Ponds, county Gordon ; annual £6 8s 4d. William Williams, Meranbnrn, 640 acres, parish Mandagery, county Ashbumham ; annual rent £3 6s 8d. George Henry Barber, Balderodgery, 300 acres, parish jSyandra, county Gordon ; annual rent £1 lis 3d. Walter Rennie Murray, Happy Valley, Toogong, 400 acreB, parish Mandagery, county Ashburnhain ; annual rent £1. James McLean, Auburn Yale, Parkes, 833 acres, parish Terrara, county Ash burnham ; annual rent £4 6s lOd.

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A Great Bay in Goods. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

A Oreat Buy in CUHHh. NeUson^S^ week Mr. John amj other foods at a oar£ain price. The traveller from the Parramatfe Woollea Mills happened to jog along wifli!.the nick of a quantity of men's ' salts from tho«e far famed mills, and offered. the- samples to Mr, Neilson at a price. Thp latter gentleman 'knows fa harmin nrhkn one, and promptly closed the offer. Hie ^ave hitherto -found irieady sale at £2, are now being sold at 30a. Ma this instance. The suits are Wall fintSiffi and it does not take an expert to s^e that they are dirt cbeaj) at SoJr^Te #oSdid vi^e early insnectioa, as theyonly^lto be seen io. seU. ^hen, {to&WiSBflhS alto purchased ftie traveller s siunp^^of ladies hats, torsefeV -Mffik ft were -all bought at a low dost,' tUid ;»e now displayed for sale at drongktv pri^ -pncwi thtffc will induceT^S.P m truBt that no accidents will ocour when goods!# V'®4*'1 16 8^nre ^ Pickof the ' According to tho^ Queensland l^inister for fiailways, in l898 ;there were 21,000,000...

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Tar[?]ers [?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

[?] [?] sympathy tvith - the .rattler iiilttiS, md|s e^ciietjly during; eucli 1 tf '.-^ppd^T'' as thefpi^irf,4h^ - technieaiUy lb ;^the ; debat^ fttid i^blntions pif Jthe rather cohfusss ^thft- su ppoBes the far Aera kno w their own ' business best; an J if he d»» iiot feel very well posted as to what an a.c.p. is, or as to the most desirable method of /voting for a rabbit boards or why tbe new Rioting/ system bf the Department oflAnds is unsatisfactory^ be hopes that the (( man on tbe la«id ' will flueoeed in getting things to rights. Whatever impression the membersof the conferehcemaytake away with them bom Sydney they should not, fall into the error of sup posing that Sydney has . turned to them a deaf ear, or is careless of or onsym{athetid to special needs and ' claims. As we have said ' the ? events of the past six montiiii partida larly have aroused the most indifferent. We realise with perfect clearness that we cannof separate our fortdnes or misfortunes. What; is bad for th...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

'soman CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as foUow : First Sunday, each nlonth, pudal , Second Sunday in each month, Molong Third Sunday in each month, Cumnock Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Manildra 0tuc&&ihe sqmmermonths, namely from ' Sei$emD&- to' March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. ~ From April to August, inclusive, Mass will commence at 11 a.m. N.B. — ThiB order will be observed until further notice. M. Hanley

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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Religious memoranda. I o ANGLICAN CHtfSCH. i Molono— 1st, 3rd and 5th Sandays in tbe | month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (hc) and 4th Sun- , days at 11 and 7.30 j Yullundry— let Sunday in each month at I 11 a.m. Cumnock — 1st Sunday in each month at 3 p.m., and 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. (hc) Amaroo— 1st and 3rd Sundays at 3, also 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 j Oarra— 2nd and 4th Sundays each month j at 3, and also in moonlight season at 7.30 , Beri — 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 ' Euchareena third Sunday in each month at 11 Obley — 4th Sunday in January, March May, July, September and November at 10.30 Balderodgery — Same days as Obley at 3 , t ?, J. Axldis.

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

BAPTIST CHURCH. | July 20. — Bocobble at 3 by Mr. Hyland, and at 7.30 by Mr. G. Pittendrigh. Gregri at 3 by Mr. E. Pocknall. The Shades at 3 by Mr. J. Ball. Redbank at II, Cumnock at 3, and Bournewood at 7.30 by the Rev. W. Uoller . ?

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