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GREGRA TO COWRA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

GREGRA TO COWRA RAILWAY. department or Public Works SvHnov ISthiuly.lSWi-si-I £ tSdth i SL »6 Tec,el?t of your letter of the^ 14th mstant enclosing telegram from John J. Finn, Secreta^iail way, League, ^thtfrawal of cKS nS™ f°r the 8Urve? of the cross line Davib, Wnder

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dairying Industry. ADDRESS BY AN EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

?'& Industry. At)b&1sss BY A3y EXPERT. ^fSfiip^fereuce of the 0)airy Factory/ Managers' Association of New SouthWales was held at Sydney during the week. Mr. Pott, Principal of the Hawkesbury Agricultural , Col lege, , Biohmond, delivered an address dealing, with the subject of dairying. He spoke in eulogistic terms of Den mark in regard to dairying, terming it 11 a wonderful little country.' Denmark, though but one-sixth the size of Victoria, and laboring under j|reat climatic disadvantages, produced exactly 12 times more butter than Victoria, and was able to support a population of 2,000,000 people. Yet the quality of the country in many places was by no means so good as in many p^rts of Victoria and New South Wales. Tbe position that had been achieved by Denmark in tbe dairying world was the result of technical education. In this direction every feasible means should be adopted here for the education of tbe people. Tbe breed of cattle was largely determined by tbe...

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

Pigeon MilSSfc*' 1 ? 1 : ? i ! -«. j — — W ? ? . , .'j ? . » ,'j ? In to-day's issue Appear particulars of a £15 Pigeon Match 'prowled by tbe well-known Molong sports'tnan, Mr. J. Heffernan, which will . shot off. iu Mr. H. C. Betts' paddock a£ Wednes day, 30th instant, shooting to com mence at 11 a.m. Nominations close with the promoter ob the 80th, but Mr. Heffernan reserves the right to reject any nomination, or to receive tbem oh the ground — the latter to carry a late fee of 2s 6d. Handicaps will range from 21'to 81 yards. We look forward to seeing a pleasant day's sport on the 80 th.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of the Oldest Resident. AGED 105 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Death of tlie Oldest Resident. AGED 105 YEABS. A. veky old resident of the Wellington district, and probably, the oldest woman in the Stale, died on Tuesday morning at the residence .of Mrs. Burke, Mitchell's Creek, Comobella. Tbe deceased Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, well known in this district for the past forty years, for a number of years re siueu iu uub ul inu aaiuu a uuitages, Percy street, but duriDg the past two years lived with her adopted daughter, Mrs.i Burke, at whose' house she was confined to ber bed for the past fifteen months, being unable to get up. Death took place very slowly, deceased's strong constitution holding out to tbe last extremity. Her husband died some twenty years ago at Ponto. In tbe year 1862 deceased and her hus band kept a hotel at Three Fivers be tween Wellington and Molong. From there they removed to Ponto, where they bought a farm on the Macquarie River, now owned by Mr. Aarons. Deceased leaves no relatives that we are aware of, but her adopted daugh-...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Fanners' and Settlers' Conference. DEPUTATIONS TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Farmers' and Settlers' Conference. DEPUTATIONS THE PREMIER. A deputation from the Farmers' and Settlers' Conference, which recently concluded its sittings at Sydney, was introduced to tbe Premier on Wednes day by Mr. Goruily, M.L.A., to pre ' sent the resolutions adopted. ! Tbe subjects dealt with included the ; necessity of throwing open ^land for I email cof.f, lament, t.hfl desirahilitv of providing a ' living '' area, extended leases, private exchanges, reappraise ment, ballotting for land, local gov ernment, consolidation of tbe land laws, abolition of interest on con ditional purchases, constitution of land boards, abolition of auction sales, closer settlement, the Kabbit Act, water conservation, royalty on timber. Sir John See promised to give all tbe matters placed before him the fullest consideration. He referred to the incident which occurred at the 'Conference when a resolution was tabled censuring the Minister of Lands, and added that tie tbe proceedings took on a comple...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Commercial News. MOLONG ARGUS Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

Commercial News.! Molong Abous Office. 'F^id ay; ? Wheat, new 4s Flour, £9 10s per ton Bran, £6 10s Pollard, £6 10a per too Dairy Butter, Is 5d wholesale ; Is 6d retail Factory Butter, Is 7d wholesale; la 9d retail Bacon, 7d wholesale ; lid retail Eggs, Is 6d wholesale ; Is 8J retail Cheese, Bodalla Is 2d Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 8s 6d to 9s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; 6s retail

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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Sydnkv, Thursday. Wheat, 4/4 to 4/5 per bushel Chickwheat, 4/3 to 4/4 per bushel Maize. 4/10 per bushel Oats, 3/3 to 3/8 Barley, 3'10 to 4/ Bran and pollard, 1/4 Straw, £2 7s 6d to £3 Chaff, os to £6 10s. medium £5 iUs Lucerne, £8 to £8 '2s 6d Potatoes, £5 to £7 10s Eggs, l /f- to 1/7 Butter, 1/3 to 1/5.

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

Australian cricketer's record to date: — won 13 matches, lost 1, unfinished 7. Mr. Russell forecasts : — Unsettled in southerly districts ; fine elsewhere ; trosty foggy nights. * r tTT -i ? ? n ? ? Mr. wragge says tncre is no moica tion of a break-up in tbe drought, except that ' Challenge ' will cause some rain south froui^28fch parallel. . Sir Arthur Lawley, Governor of Western Australia, has been appointed Governor of the Transvaal, and will leave Western Australia on August 5. To-day is the first anniversary of the death of Mr. John Cantrill at Borenore. A Cure for Lumbago. W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Ya. U.S. A., says ?' For more than a year I suffered from lumbago. I 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.

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

FOUND, Spring and Holder of a Buggy Lump ; owner can have same by paying cost of advertisement.— P. B. this Office. WANTED to place a Lad, 18 years of age, on a Farm or Station ; has had 12 months' experience. Apply J.B.H., C/o. Molong Argus. Government Advertisements. Department of Lands, Sydney, 8th July, 1902. THE attention of all persons interested is invited to the Government Gazette of the 5th instant in which ap pears a notification with respect to PRO POSED RESUMPTION of LAND for a ROAD through portion No. 154, Parish of Gregra, County of Ashburnham, and PROPOSED CLOSING of an UN NECESSARY ROAD. Copies of the Govkun.m knt Gazktth can lie inspected at the Crown Lands Office and the Police Office of the District. H. CURRY, Under Secretary. 5a 2 A HANDICAP Pigeon Match ! or WILL BE HELD IN Mr. BETTS' PADDOCK, MOLONG, —ON — nw,Mh it, i®. FIBST PRISE ? £13 JQp. SECOND PEIZE ... ,, £2 10s. 'VT QMINATIGN8 with last three perform 1A ances, or Gun Olub Handicap, to be in the hands of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 18 July 1902

In MLeuftwriam. MITCHELL. — In loving remembrance of our dear Father, John Mitchell, who departed this life July 12, 1901, ?at Forbes, aged 64 years. A. precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is stilled, A place is vacant in our homes Which never can be filled : God in His wisdom has recalled The boon HiB love had given, And though the body moulders here The soul is safe in Heaven. Inserted by his loving daughters.

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Cumnock Pound. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Cumnock Pound. The Bench of Magistrates at Gnmiioolc have fixed tbe undermentioned, charges for the care and sustenance of animals impounded in the Cumnock Pound: — For every head of cattle, 2s 6d per day. For every horse, 2s 6d per day. For every sheep, -Jd per day. For every pig, 5s per day.

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Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Coming Events. School of Abts annual meeting. — To-night. Annual meeting of Cumnock P. A. and H. Association. — Saturday, 26th (to-morrow). Half-yearly meeting Molong Dairy Co. — Saturday afternoon, 2nd August. £15 Pigeon Match. — Molong, Wed nesday, 80th instant. Cumnock Jockey Club. — Annual meeting, 16th August. Forbes Show. — August 6 and 7.

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"Woolly Festival." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

« Woolly Festival.' ? — v' — This year's issue of the ' Woolly Festival,' published as a supplement to the Stock and Station Journal, is to hand. The pages are not so numer ous as in former years, but this is owing to the sales' and meetings being curtailed, on account of the drought. The 'Festival' should, however, prove interesting, particularly so to woolly men. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

For your Groceries, ^ait. Oonfectionery,

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Baptist Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Baptist Ciinrcli Services. ? — W V Our readers are requested to note the following alteration^ in the Baptist Church announcements lor Sunday next Mr. Ballj Senior^ . will conduct service at The Sbades at S p.m.

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Brevities. 1 ?» — — Mr. George Windred has, he informs us,' purchased Mr. Bailey's fruit and produce business at Cumnock. Mr. H. A. McCallum has succeeded Mr. G. E. Hooke as editor of our contemporary. A letter from Cardinal Moran states that he hopes to be back by October j , next. i At Mudgee lucerne bay, after being Stacked 17 years, was opened up last week and found to be bright and fresh. A sign of the times : A Grafton firm . of storekeepers have added a circulat ing library to their business, for the free use of their customers. A farmer at Cowper recently had the misfortune to lose five cows through turning them into a plot of sorghum that had been cut, but when a second growth was growing. Under the new postal arrangements, which come into operation this month, letters may be re-addressed from one post office to another without extra charge. Mr. Christophers desires us to state that the Band will not give their usual fortnightly sacred programme next Sunday afternoon. A lov...

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The Empires Butcher. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Xiie Empire's Biitclier. The cables inform ub that ' Messrs. Barton and Seddon .speaking at the Canada Club dinner on Wednesday, said that in Australia the Empire would find its Butcher, meaning that Australia could find the 'Empire's meat- What will the meat jmen think » ii ii XT„m ?Zoo'lonfl 9 * AnS tphfil. Ot jnas iu wow v ' — - condition of mind must onr Federal Premier have been in$ ?to.'Uiake such a silly statement. . For sonie years Australia will have its work cut out to find enough meat for its own people ; jvn&as for exportingmBnfeland, that is practically impossible,;, excepting, perils, 19W tUne to time. ^I^pnder^if Mr. Barton meant, %h|h* Empire's

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

IR,. HI STITT, OPPOSITE A.J.S. BANK, BANK-§TK£ET, MOLONG. Seeds. Refreshments. Fruit. SOME people think it does not matter what they eat, drink, or use, bo loug as it suits the present convenience ; but a word to the Wise is sufficient, and those who want SEEDS to repay their labour on the soil ; POOD, itd-tefreah and strengthen the inner man; or I'EUIT. to purify the blood and clear the brain, we say go to R. H. Stifcfc's, Where you can select the SEEDS to beautify the Garden or the Home with Flowers, to enrich the table with much needed Vegetables, or to fill the pocket with proceeds of rich yields from well-tilled fields. SEED POTATOES AND CORN. Orders for these may now be booked for earl; delivery. REFRESHMENTS ! From 3d, up to anything you please. Tea, Coffee or Cocoa, with Scone, Broad and Butter, Cake or Biscuits. FRUIT ! Is dear, but that fact doesn't pTevent thr host obtainable being procured from R. H. STITT. CONFECTIONERY is also ordered from tlir best Sydney firms, so th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

puff ! ? NOPOPPING ON. N6 POPPING ON. ^ fl have saved you money since I came, Have yottvs^en Miy BLANKETS at 10s 6.1 per pair? They are worth 20s perp^ir. if y-6ii want BOOTS AND SHOES, come along and I can sell them to yon at prices Lower than any other House in Molong. - Remember, what costs other Storekeepers 20s and 25s I bought for a little more than Half the Price. MY STOCK IS ClEAlil MEW, AMD WELL BOUGHT. Look through my big stock of RIBBONS and LACES. I want to clear them. W14f 4I01T iSOOIlIIi ? .. You know my brands are Reliable. No funny business in my Grocery Department; everything is Genuine, and the Quality Guaranteed. Send along your orders, and our Mr/KerrvitfU vftv attend to them. ? The present is a time such as Australia has never known, and it behoves every householder to save money. '* THE OLD WINDSOR STORES IS THE PLAGE FOR YflU. I have come to stay, and am prepared to make the most satisfactory arrangements with all the old customers and with all the new ones. -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

s ii*! t ? TO THE REGENTS OF»0UMNOCK Ajffr IfrSTRlbT. T\£B1BESW inform bis/old Customers in JJr, Gum$Krtk and . tf ujxotattdiog District fhat lie har again oommfcnoed business at Cumnock as - . Saddle and Harness Maker AMD BOOT REPAIRER, and hos come to stay. , I trust to .again re oeive that generous support bo liberally ao- corded by the Poblio in tbe.^ast. ' 43* In consequence of the disastrous season, my prices will be as low u possible. . A- t PHILPOTT, ? CUMNOCK. : . -J *' 'I'1 jrr.L ' JErs. Jt. % %lovit HA8*aaeato the list of l)er finable pnnu» ttonoft nttmber . of others irom tfae -ynvMe Cscriptions and medical notes of herlate hni a, DR.G.R. R. LLOYD, M.B.C.P.E., I*.H.C.B.E. , &c., Registered, Sydney, Mdhoorne, Brisbane. § These Remedies in dis pensed uu-Jer the Immediate oare of a leading Sydney Phy / sician, and will be known as ths ^ BI0S0Z0N REMBD1B5* and may be obtain od from MRS. A. C. LLOYD Only, at theuni* . form prioe of 10s 6d per box or FULL PABTICULABS O...

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