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Caution to Pig Breeders. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Caution to Pig Rreeders. — o — Mb. H. Nancabbow had a very lament able experience with pigs last, week. The feeder of the animals put ^bucket full of brine (invjvhich there was the usual quantity of saltpetre used for salting meat), into about 80 buckets of water in a copper with food for pigs ? i.ii~ 4-U/t auu UotuluU* xue auiuictio aoo uuo ujia ture greedily, with the result that next morning several pigs were found dead, and others and some of tbe cattle werei very ill. ' Remedies were used, and the battle were saved, but altogether eight p%s died, some of them in the greatest agony, being paralysed in the body atid only able to dash their beads against the ground, making themselves bleed. 5 boars and three sows died, including a very large old boar which died in great agony. Tbe small sucking pigs and sows suck ling escaped. The brine appears to have caused a violent inflammation. A cow which bad partaken of the mixture slipped her calf.— Wellington Gazette.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

* RABBITS. P - * 0 ? — ; The Ferri^r f^i§dn Gart. THE BESHIRABB1T POISON CAST ON THE MARKET. Delivered at MOLONG s6§ lOs. Tiro Ferrier supersedes all others. Is the Cheapest and Most Simple. No Cogs to break. Will Work in the Roughest Country ! And your local smith can -replace anything that might wear. ' Hawthorne, Bathurst, February 9, 1902.— Dear Sir, — I hate much pleasure in saying that I have bought two of the Ferrier Poison Carts— the second one I boagbt after thoroughly trying the first— and that I have come to the eonelusion that fer strugtk, simplicity, and general efficiency, they have no superior.— Tours faithfully, F. Bum.' This is the Machine for Large and 5mall Holders. B ? Agent for Molong and Distbiot : -A.- ID. 3VL ILLAB AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT, Bank Street, JVlolong. liiK i/kiik i/k 1/i ilv Ilk A/, iik Ilk 1/k li. A £ . .iiiii \¥_ YOU WANT The Best Value in Musical Instruments, you cannot do better than write to - - PALING'S for their illustrated Catal...

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Points for Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Points Tor Advertisers. If you have a good thing, advertise. Speech is silvern, while space is golden in advertising. A man is judged by tbe company he keeps, and so is bis advertising. An advertisement is an alluring picture drawn to fit the reader's frame — of mind. Many a distressed business craft has beeb floated off the rocks by the tide of advertising. A thorough renovating of advts. and literature is not a bad thing. Try your advertisement on yourself. Consider whether or not it would appeal to you were you a buyer. The public is somewhat like a stone wall. An advertiser must do very considerable battering to effect a breach, but once be has an opening there is every chance of bis getting inside and gaining a foothold.

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

A Cure for Lumbago. W C. Williamson, of Amherst, V a. ttr'a Bavs ' For more than a year I suffered from lumbal. I .finally tried Chamberlain's Paiu Baim-and it gave me entire relief, which all other remedies had failed to do: Sold by H. W. Macord, Chemist, ? The Income-tax in India is levied on all incomes of £28 and upward, and then only one ?man in 700 pomes , ^ithin its-soppe. A lady, accustomed to over much shopping, went up to the counter of the local post office the other day, and j said, sweetly, ' Let me see your penny stamps, please.' Do you know that J. E. CAMPBELL (late of Singer Company) has opened a Store in Bank-street, opposite the Commercial Bank? Give the new man a trial.* At the Goodrich Gold Mine, opera tions have b^en temporarily suspended, owing to th&- great «aflux of water, which the existing pumping plant is unable to cope with. The last crush ing ;; Worms undeTOine Cbildreii's Constitu tions. IJse^fa'siWorcaF^ A

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Alleged Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Alleged Larceny. — — o — ? At the Orange Police Court on Tues day, John Edwards, alias Fletcher, alias Weatherstone, 28, shearer, on remand, was charged with stealing a number of marsupial skins from a brakevan, tbe property of tbe Railway Commissioners. ^ Accused pleaded not guilty and was aeieuueu ujr jur. mujjauuiau* After further considerable evidence (including that given by several Molong witnesses) had been taken, the P.M. discharged the accused.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong Dairy Company. DIRECTORS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

y Company, , PajBOTOES' BEPOBT. i Jjs A topy of the Directors' at the ? Hilfi yearly meeting of the Company, to be - held in the Tpwn Hall on Saturday afternoon next, 2nd August DIBECTOBS' BEPOBT TO 30TH JUNE, 1902. ' In presenting the Fifth Half - Yearly Balance-Sheet, your Directors bee to report the business ol the Company has been , Beriously retarded by the long-ccntinued drought which has and is still afflicting the ? Molong X-is£rioi, but, notwithstanding, the Company baB managed to continue operations ahd'has distributed large sums of money to those supplying milk, in wages, and for cartage, fuel, &o. ' With deep regret your Directors report the great loss tbe Company suffered by the death of one of its Directors, Mr. Caleb Parker. HiB services were of great value, and he devoted considerable time and atten tion to the advancement of the Company's interests. ' The quantity of milk received by the Company for the past half-year was 136,088 gallons, and the quantity of...

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

Brevities. Curra Creek public school has been closed by tbe Department. Miss Schmidt, of Euchareena, is seriously ill in Orange Hospital. A £100 pigeon match will be held at Wellington on 18th August. To Correspondents. — ' Justice ' : Declined without thanks ; it is no concern of ours. Mr. J. Smethurst, of Wyalong, bas painted a ' cleansible 1 bottom ' for tank, by which invention a tank can be thoroughly cleansed without the necessity of removing it from its position or of any person having to enter it- ' f ' ... , . A meteoric stone, weighing about S SOlbs., fell near Milparinka, South Australia. Tbe explosion was heard a distance of twenty miles. Near Emmaville a miner had his head broken, one eye blown out, and bis My severely injured, by a blast ing accident. The poor fellow climbed out of a 20ft shaft unaided, and ob tained medical assistance. According to Mr. Kidd, the previous Government provided seed wheat for farmers to the value of £36,000, and up to the present only £18...

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Australian Joint Stock Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Australian Joint Stock Bank. ? U ? At the annual meeting of the A.J.S. Bank, Ltd., held on Friday last, tbe Chairman in moving the adoption of the report said he was pleased to state that the affairs of the Company were improving. The increase of new business at the head office and at the branches, though small in amount, ».«-, -ooHofpphnrv.. Ortmnarine the noo ou.v»ufc»w«'-j - ? 1 d figures with those of the corresponding period last year, the amounts repre senting capital, new reserve fund, and inscribed deposit stock are the same. Tbe fixed deposits of the old bank, A and B series, have been reduced by £869,662 in the 12 months ; an in stalment of the A's having been paid on January 1 thi£ year after the usual notice, the amount of which was £257,606, and the balance B's £111, 946. Tbe B series are not payable before 1912. The Directors (said the Chairman-) are satisfied to continue carrying out two things First, the new bank with a profitable current business, well protected, as...

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

Wade's Wobh Figs, the wonderful Worm Worriers, are always effective. 1/- boxes... 3 Should yott require something to read to pass away your spare hours, call on J. DpDrifoon; The repenl dealhs of cattle near Casino vers:, caused' b;jr .swallowing j/ E CjiStPBEliL'S ji-#i *' Five HeSal ' ' r -H'' j

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

Brevities. Molong P. and S. P. Board has a credit balance (at 30th June last) of £649 Is 8d. A woman's scorn is '? not to be trifled with. Tread on it and see. ? Influence is what enables onr enemies to get good, billets. Entries for the Parkes Show close on 6th August. Local botchers experience a great diffi culty intprocuring fat stock. Ping-pong was successfully started at the nf OLl4a An IfAttilao ninkf Mayor John Black ponged the 'first set,' and scored heavily in every direction. Mr. T.D. Oxlev, of Peak Hill, paid a brief visit to Molong daring the week. Mr. Oxley ' biked ' it from the Peak, and gives a gloomy report of the district passed through. The Government Astronomer has little hope of the drought breaking np yet. It is officially announced that the Coro nation will take place on Saturday, 9th August. Coronation Day, the Premier says, will be proclaimed ajpublicholiday throughout More Friday luck. The Coronation procession was to have taken place on a Friday. Molong's m...

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

Mm fate Sale ! Of Goods which must be cleared, previous to Stock-taking, to make room for Large Purchases of NEW SUMMER GOODS shortly coming forward. men's Sixifcs- OVERCOATS. MEN'S COATS. ' Sale Price. Usual Price. Sale Price. Usual Price. Sale Price. Usual Price. MEN'S SUITS 20 0 80 0 18 6 18 6 9 0 14 6 » .. 17 6 25 0 29 6 40 0 11 0 16 6 17 6 21 6 22 6 80 0 9 0 16 6 ,, .. 19 6 28 6 27 6 86 6 , 79 n 6 « „ „ 80 0 46 0 27 0 85 6 12 6 19 6 » 0 «- 0 we 24 « 9 « u « mm TllHl Trousers. « « j» « Beefer Jackets. Mftto. J 87 1 U. Price. 6 0 7 6 Men's Regatta Shirts. Men's Helmet Hats. 8 6 10 6 Sale Price Usual Price. Sale Prioe. Usual Price. 10 6 12 6 26 59 ' 16 76 Men's Undershirts. MEN'S SWEATERS. MEN'S FELT HATS. Sale Prioe. Usual Price. Sale Price. Usual Price. Sale Price. Usual Price. 20 80 29 48 10 56 18 26 80 59 26 46 1419 80 4 6 50 86 1 J 2 0 LADIES' UNDER VESTS. 4 6 6 6 ? n. ? « Sale Price. Usual Price. J? « 5 1 0 1 6 0 6 .J 0, %# 7 6 10 6 '? Men's VM . Saie Prioe. Usual Price. * 1...

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ON DIT: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

[?] That the School of Arts annual meeting will be held to-night. That a memorial service for the late Miss Grace Horton was held at Beri by the Bev. J. Alldis on Sunday. That entries for Forbes Show close positively to-morrow with Mr. Secre tary N. A, Bead. That the Pigeon Match, arranged for Wedfiesdav next, is attracting con siderable attention. That this year's rainfall is by far the lowest ever recorded in the history of N.S.W. That a Forbes alderman iias been robbed of his 'boots and whiskey. That Mr. M. L. Caro, dentist, pays his usual professional visit to Molong to-moripw. That the printing and advertising accounts for last Canowindra Show amounted to £35 6s lid. The Canowindra folk believe in a judicious use of printer's ink. That the King is convalescent. Vive le Boi 1 That A.J. 8. Bank affairs are re assuring —that is on figures presented at the recent annual meeting. That jealousy is the homage that inferiority pays to merit. That those who wrong others gener ally sland...

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

[?] Jw, ? ,';V- .. k. . AT^«DneHaahtn0bu farmers rolled up in great force and aotioninthe^ matter/ A^eaeruewaB formed to ptovide funds to^eet ex penses, and arrangements were made for obtaining ejgaatures to a {petition , and for ibfe appointment of a deputa -iioxu to wait -upon the Minister. Afy this should prove an example to Molong district residents tb be up and -doing -some thingina similar direction. With the luge ^estates about Molong cut up.'id tffe^ntfelbsts orcloaer settle ment, wewouldhave a future before lis moM^oriottft |;ban if Bill McMullan became a millionaire and developed the niarble industry. . The larger tfce number .of ' small foldings in the vicinity of the town the greater the vplumeof business transacted therein. But more of this anon. '-.;sv; ? - °0° A list of improvements effected to the* local: rHospital since the. 'new' Hospital Goinmittee assumed control interesting. Quite regu Vfsiting Committee discover tiw hitherto been and _ which when attended l^gOM...

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LOCAL SSEL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

L^uM^iiiiCRUiiiniT [Bt Gbxtoblby Pabkbb.J The floofr who :-&obb| efc travagancfeand /gca^e^ disguised' pendifare of publio moneys, should certfripiy make common * eause for'the estebliehmentoflocfil.SBlf-governDiGnt. the matter into their own hands and ' -? . it _J__; ? L ? 1 ? i._ . Ruuuviuauijr - ueuuu* reprtwtjuti*- ^ tiveswho evince a desire , to shirk or postpone the matted. ' The average Solitician promises very glibly,. but he oesn't ^ti6riSV:t4s Mr. if. '-1& Wise pertinently observes, he won'tcommit suicide. He rebogriiaes that to give to looal bodies the power to expend the money contributed lay themselves woulddeprfve'lntn of the pofter oif ' spendinglhose nbOneys on others who interests; It would, umfact, do away with the most powerful means which he possessesbPexe^iBing surreptitious influence. # ^^nstiitu^Oy is cajoled by the suggestion ^that jf. its representativetdoes^not make himself, disagrc^^to;^ Ministry oi the day it' will receive a larger share o...

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

--^TOV r;' ??: '-tS '^2?^ ;?'-' ?&*:£? ±-W-M^:\'{' Water is scarce '.;' - :;;. ^career ? J-'-- ?, :? . . But we shall not deviaije/from the' geinuine thing lot our k ? ? ? ?* . ^ ^ ? ?????,. . . ? ? . ? Surprise | suspeibBT J -Brand, mark* ? although the temptation to lower the quality is great. I..' ' . j Oor Strenglh is as tbe Strength of Ten because onr Soap is PORE. 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.iHASLAM, Australian Stores. * Breeder, Exhibitor, Importer and Exporter of^ the principal varieties o! VOWIiS and J»U€^8, BETWEEN 20 AND 80 INNUMBEB. ' Prize Winner with mostly ad the following VtnetlM ait the Bathurst, Dttbbo, Oringe, Wellington and Forbes Shows. Light and Dark Brahmas; Buff, Partridge, and WJ^ite Coohins ; Langshan; Dorking, Bro...

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

» Yoxxr . WIUUAM BUCK, CUMNOCK, IS* 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 Winter Millinery! Brand New Stock in Clothing and all Departments. Call and See for yourselves. To meet with constantly increasing trade, Large aud Commodious Mew Premises have been erected. Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Baggies, Sulkies, &c. WIS.£SS~ii&€K, (THE FARMERS' FRIEND) CUMNOCK STORES, CUMNOCK. J. E. CAMPBELL'S The Beehive Store, Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHEAPEST HOUSE 1H THE DISTRICT WHEREAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. ? 3SS ? — ; _ . . . Enamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ADDRESS : * OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. Wool. Produqe. Grain. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY GO,, LTD., SYDNEY. APT AS SRT.T.TNa RROTTRRR HXTT.V Consignors are Absolutely Protected under a Clause in tbe Memorandum of Association of thiB Compan...

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Commercial Banking Company. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Commercial Banking: Company. The half-yearly meeting of the Com mercial Banking Co. of Sydney was held on Friday. The report stated that the balance credit of profit and loss acount, after deducting rebate on current bills and accrued interest on fixed deposits, reducing premises account, paying note tax, and provid ing for land and income taxes and bad and doubtful debts, amounted to £75,391, out of which the directors recommended the following appropria tions : — To the payment of dividend for the half-year at tbe rate of 10 per cent, per annum, £50,000 ; to balance being undivided prpfit, £25,391. Total, £75,391. * In moving the adoption of the report the chairman said : — ' I have again the pleasure, of presenting to the shareholders of the bank what I con sider you will agree with me is a very satisfactory balance-sheet in every respect. Comparing it with that of the corresponding period of last year it will be seen that there is very little difference between the gross totals....

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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Gazette Notices. — o — It is intended to cancel the following gold-mining lease : — S. G. Green, 20 acres, county Ashburnham, parish Toogong. Preliminary notice of intention to refuse an application to lease land for mining purposes : — F. Moore, Cargo, 16 acres, Ironclad Hill, Cargo. rr __ ? _i /i 1 1 1 _ r» ? j ? ? i. ? J . riorse ana uaiue £-ranus regisieceu ; Alfred Lionel Harris, Molong; Janet Weaver, Canowindra. Brands Transferred : Commercial Bank to J. M. Atkinson, of Canomo dine, Cargo.

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Willow Trees as Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Willow Trees as Fodder. Mr. D. C. Murray, Twinbrook, Bendemeer, writing to ' Martin's Home and Farm ' of last week says : — ' The weeping willow as a fodder plant is the most valuable tree we grow in this district and is cherished by all kinds of stock. At this time of the year tbe leaves fall from the tree and there are thousands of sheep living on them and doing well. They grow best in old creek beds.'

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

Presents, &c. lllzbrs and Cutlery. ^ WALTHAM and ROTHERHAMLevcr Watcies. ^ 4sea' .r ' Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. Try one of ray Rheumatic Rings f°r Rheumatism. 3s each, mmm ; -m\ WMWk Silver Lockets, 3S & 4s 6d Eye/?Rsted,L Spectacle Frames * -in Steel, - Nickel, Alrimino, Rolled Gold, and Solid Gold. Spectacles from Is to 35s. J 1 ? ? ' % «3 e kll Latest Designs in Brooches. wu GOLD LINKS, any Design from 12/6 pair Large Stock of Pretty Charras, and Gold Grosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding & Keeper Rings rry one o^my^reritnvn^^' IC Ktti. Watches at 21s. ' Lever Movement au«l nrnii:afiJ« tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12d 6d, 17s 6d , IE. BLACKADDEE, JIWIiLCBa MOLONG. The Premier Mills in the West. MILLAR and CO S. Steam Saw Planing and Moulding Mills, Narramine and Bulgandraniine. Rough and Dressed Pine on Trucks at Narromine at Lowest Current Rates.. PROMPT DESPATCH. Weil Ulilled Tim...

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