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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

^ - MILLE&- -fa* lo^m# ^taembrajacei oil oiir.diarl^beldVecl sistrervEliza Elteh \ 1 Mtileiy. who departed /this life July JK ' v ^inl^^ged w^«MS»'imdi6 m-m$h&s' . » ' Maylfye mtinpeaefe, ?- , One we loved so well; SlooiflMfflimtholMmea h^r tor its own OM^elioton^ecantell. 1 Hi%J^^'W^^^Ti'?DbedandBaw tsmsikaic SamSatMRm Hiw^M«ft«0 earth iwhy. ' ^hgrnwefeliywaiaoffer ^ Coulft bpHherliMai&Mtore, ba nopwting. 5^»tout to meet our loyecl ohe Among thg »ngels there. ' Unaertejl -by feet loving brothers, '- irtf*ni-i)WiinMif./i»jiv -^L.« — .1 FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1902.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr Oronzo Presa's Forecasts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Mr Oroiiasrt i^resa's Fmt® ? ' dints. ? :riTr; . i-' . ; — . By request of Mr. Oronzo P^esa, we publish the following ' Special No In'' iattached to his Weather Forecast for July. It contains bis explanation Why his forecast of rain between' June 14 and 28 was not realised ; — ; «« Spe'oial Notk. — This forecast is issued somewhat later than usual this month by reason of the recent, phe nonieua of eruptions and subterraneous j disturbances in 'many parts of the', globe, disturbing the natural consti tution of the atmosphere, and thus ! tending to upset the calculations of the v meteorologist. To avoid any. mistake I have made further observa tions and calculations taking into consideration these gasses, the natural outcome of the above-named disturb ances. ' I wish to draw the attention of subscribers to tbe fact that tbe con tinued brought in many parts of this State is caused by these volcanic eruptions, and doubtless many will question as to how these eruptions, taking place on t...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

g'^ ^ ' f NOPOPPING ON. NO POPPING ON. | H| Great Clearing Sale %y ?? ^_IS STILL ON ! B have saved you money since I came, £. \ And I will save you money while I stay. ; ' ; ' ? v : ? 1! Have^ you seen my BLANKETS at 10s 6d per pair? They are worth 20s per pair. If you want BOOTS AND SHOES, come along and lean sell them to you 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 CLEAN, NEW, AND WELL BOUGHT if:-' * ^ Look through my big stock of RIBBONS and LACES. I want to clear them. p:- ' ' . ' . . : i . wiit mmqwt ? ? W: , ' ? ' i ? ? ? ' ? . You know my brands are Reliable. No funny business in my Grocery Department ; everything is Genuine, and the Quality Guaranteed; Send along your orders, M our | //j\v attend to them. I The present is a time such as Australia has never known, arid it behoves every I, householder to save money. | THE OLD WINDSOR STORES IS THE PUCE F...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

The self-made man brags of bis success because hchas given no one else cause to do so. A man who has big experience in pastoral matters says that in bis opinion tbe drought has been the best thing that -could have happened to New England. ' We are troubled as a rule with fluke and worms,' he says ' but the stock from the plains have been sent there for relief country, and they've eaten it right out. The wormy' ah^ftjikey sheep 8vccumbedi;;va^||apw^'i|[l^8#s not a . diseased sheep in Jfew Jjogland, ; . '.'5i riT' -. u . j* ? ?

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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN CHURCH. Molong — 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (hc) and 4th Sun days at 11 and 7.30 Yullundry— 1st Sunday in each month at 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, lalso 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 Garra — 2nd and 4th Sundays each month 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 ' J. AliliDIK. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow : First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sunday in each month, Molong Third Sunday in each month, Cumnock Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo , Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Manildra During the summer months, namely from September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August inclusive, Mass will com...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Straight Hitting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Straight Hittiaag. ? rt ? ? A PitffflfwiswAN Minister, in ji farewell sermon to the young people ofBendigo, remarked I say to-night, without fear of contradiction Vfroui anyone ?whose contradiction is worth a straw, that the majority of young mem in, Bendigo, and it is no worse than an^ Other place, are not prepare^ .for their duties as citizens of a Cbristiaq State. . ? __ thii'f tharA n-A Thev never eveu uicauj .u-.« ^ tasks before tbem to ^securejg^tice and | ; p^4o^» vwe- ' v wSrS^to attempt these and %hec tasks,: what are they here for ? . Were ; '&ey borh^o catch xsricketic^d ^ a^^rthy^usine^ j / soul ! Catching flie« is Sthings in which sonje young men

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Scribbles. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] mjtr'- , fBy 'Holongite.'] I^C.^ISt^^i^ia^i^lBis^verad good I . of Mr. 1 . ? The - 'building is situated a good be^seen tally a jnile ^Bw^^^lag^^m-jBinmnbek. Bide; : ^The structure has been 'raised first Goo3 progress has been ; ^ ta (IoIavd fn f.rnnfiif-. nf second storey being about j jj|p^ ^w^f||noe3. The stables are of brick,, j t '^f^^S^nbsltaptial, ; these 'are up and ! r . roofed in* Tbe plans show the build ing when completed to be a gentle mftn's beautiful villa. Mr. Copeman, fc* ofBathurst, is the architect, and Mr. |l ' ^ McLean, of the same city, the builder, ? — ? ? ? Mr. Tbos. March, of Cumnock, has made a start with building of the convent at Cumnock, of which he was tbe successful tenderer. Foundation trenches have been begun ; bricks on the site show an earnest intention. This building: is to be of brick and certainly will be an ornamental- addi tion to the town. The number of new cottages prove Cumnock a progressive little place, in defiance of these dry times....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

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Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

gagray - - - .-? --t ?-; - IVENAR^ ; A Wood-Presarvlng and Anliss;»';ic OH, preventive against Docjy, DRY-ROT, FUNGUS AND WO'DSOllS TOOTING INSECTS. CHEAPER THAN TAR. Proof against White Ants. PASTORAL and .UJUIOUI, TU11AI, uses : For Preserving implements of all sorts, such as Wagons, . Cuts, l'loughs, i'olts, 1'osts. ? and Timbers in all sorts or buildings. MA IONIC usi.'s iiirluilt' I'.ont-i. TurliUs, l.oi.ks I -I'i i '.'.s J'il *-», and nil ]ia:ls mm!' limn wornl. either nbovc or lu.-lnu ^rouiiil or water. Ilaihvays me it on OaiTiofm. Waggons, Trucks. Sleqtcra, Teleirraph Poles. Running Shiils, Posts. Floors, and Tiinlicrs in all kinds of per manent building Prices and fullest pattiiuilars from the Agehts : Messrs. E. RICH & CO., Ltd., Sydney, haw.. PEOPLE'S O 3s - s pi CQ ) ? 1 - U\ c- - CO y « ®o? 1 Q pi| 3 3«° CD . td H ^ i o l. i ^ i B g ui J £g§ g NJ ^03 -C QQ ?»- EC e ? o ? GSj Q \ ill £5 cs ?aaOjis Massey-Harris t BINDERS, HARVESTERS, . PLOUGHS, CULTIVATORS, &...

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The Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] nowuLdi^ tressed circumstances. Mr. £-'6ullivan . r®P»®d thatina fewaays there would be a litjle road work in ana around the me tropolis whiclywfiuid f^prAreUeffor the worst cases. wM%^J|s%#w%i|^onng for work, ami ^herewas verylittle to be obtained in , the' country. It has been resolved to place some of the unemployed on the land, by the formation of irrigation settlements.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

OUR AGENTS. (10PIES of vthe MoiiQSo^Abods may be J obtained Irora Wloltowing Agents MOLONG— J. Of-DO.^ALDSON CUDAL— GEORGE SNOOK MANILDRA.— J. H. WILLIAMS ? : ? ? - -j . ' ? JMurrell ^Candish, - EIDDLE BTEEET, MOLONG, JOINERS, CARPENTERS, AHD ' x PAINTERS. Estimates Given. Plans Prepared. WtBM John Leary & Sons Peopkietors. Mutton, Vork, &o., at the JL lowest rates. SmalJ Goods always on hand. i Best jattention given to all orders, r .fx - k 1 J - IF YOU WANT A GOOD FITTING SUIT Made from the BeBt ^nateris-l, call and £ee W. HARRIS, IN BANK-STREET, Wbere Only First-class Workmen are employed. ALL orders are executed on the Premises,. wheTe a selection can be made from all cjasses of Goods of the most modern patterns. I have now in stock a Splendid Assortment of Materials suitable for the present -season, and can. 'turn out in first ' class style , Trousers, from 17s 6d Suits, from ... £3 3s Remember, I am thB ooly Practical Tailar in town. I give a Perfect Fit, and g...

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Tennis Match. CUMNOCK V. YEOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Tennis Ulatcli. CUMNOCK V. YEOVAL. A tennis match was played at Yeoval oil Thursday, 26th June, between Cumnock and Yeoval, resulting in a win for the visitors after a very pleasant game by 8 games to 4. Play commenced at 1 1 a.m., and at first it loolced like a win for the' Yeovalites, but subsequently Cumnock assumed a lead and were never overtaken. Mr. A. H. Oldham captained the Cumnock team, Mr. J. Bowhay acting as the Yeoval skipper. A splendid luncheon was provided at the rear of Mr. B. Banwell's store, and in this direction ample justice was done. Cumnock was represented by Messrs. A. H. Oldham, G. Black, ,A. E. Beer, T. Mason, and Yeoval by Messrs. J. and ,F. Bowhay, B. Banwell, and A. Edwards.4 Appended are the scores : — DOIMII.KS. J, Bowhay and A. Edwards beat G. Black and A. E. Boer — G-3. A. H. Oldham and T. Mason beat F. Bowhay and B. Banwell— 6-3. A. H. Oldham and T. Mason beat J. Bowhav and A. Edwards — 6-2. (j, £lack and A. E. Beer beat F. Bowhay apd B. Banwell— 6-1...

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Mnnildra Ri[?] Sports A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] [?] p ? , ? ,-v; ?? ! rs-. ? ;ib£ex^^^iiW8of adv«reer^^oinand ^tlw ahadpty ^ukid thrdught^ illnetei-bf the King. ^ : An eitcelLent prograipme, arranged ; for the most part- by. the ^ergetic and' en thusiastic secretery; Mr. R. Ai Ypung, was negotiated without jN hitch, : Mr. Young uping ably assisted in his %ork by a well-elected Committee. 'ITh© carnivu being the first held iind^r th^ auspices of tbe Manildra Branch N.&W. League of Wheelmen, the general Buccess speake volumet; on behalt of the promoters. Mr. E. Pike, as . starter, gave every .satisfaction, getting bis fields away evenly in every instance. Messrs. G. W. O-riffitn and W. J- Brien acted as judges, their decisions being undoubted. Mr. F. Sing had charge of the hell* and. 'tis said the ' P. and A. Committee have an eye on him tor the' 10th September. Messrs. A. Haynes and H. Maddison as gatekeepers, Mes^s. B-. Windred, C. Townsend and C., Taylor as scouts, and' Messrs. T. Smith, E. Giffin and H. Day as handi...

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THE YEOVAL CASE. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

THIS YEOVAL CASK. y AOOUSBB 3I80HABGEI). ' At the Wellington Quarter Sessions on Friday, before His Honor Judge Docker, Edward Jv Morrison, v sohool teaoheratyeoyal,wa8^barg^with having on ith J uneaHteovalstolena ;; £10 note tbe property of C. E. Bazley. ! ? / Accused vug' defended by Mr. Moriarty. infitructed by Mr. Bassett. ] V': - Evidence (similar to that nrevinuslv |§§ case tot. tbe Crown* Mr. Moriarty note bad been given to accused for p ' safe keeping had not been denied. K HIb Honor ruled that it was for the R! jury to decide. \ p ^ Accused gave evjdence^,^^^^ - , b»d4to(Hro*BaEiey*forover two -years B p Wid bad dobe viarions clerical matters jfe'- in question, f di^l^-itaGe^ Bazley vhad ' R' asked 'bitn'toSrrite ttie^er_ t^JSlj|§n §l\ gerah. Same night, be was itilnng ; in^hen bat! way tbe latter H' . pat his hand in bis pocket and gave p;^ ^im (witness) a note, .askiogibin to takecbswrgeofit ;tjlt b^f^tbproughly W sober, and only to give it back a bit ^ at a time, using s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

i||j^ - ? i WALTHAM and ROTHKltUAM Lever Watabes. JSBs*. Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. Try one of ray Rlieilinatie RiiiffS for Rheumatism. 8s each. n A, Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d '''' Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, ^ ? Byes Testefd. Spectacle Frames Spectacles from Is to 85s. All Latest Designs in Brooches. Lar8e Stock of Pretty Charms ar,d Gold Crosses to choose from. GOLD LINKS, any Dress, Engagement, Design from 12/6 pair Wedding & Keeper Rings Try one of my r$iow& $ I€*I1» Watchds &t 21%. T ?' Lever Movement and noninafat tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, IS* 6d, I7i M IEJ. BLA.OKADDBB, , ? - ? JKWEJLLEE, .molong. The Premier Mills in tlie West. M I LLA RandCO'S. Steam Saw Planing a.nd Moulding Mills, Narramine- and Bulgandramine. Rough and Dressed Pine on Trucks at Narromine at Lowest Current Rates. P D n »f D m n 1.1 n r- 1 -n « n ^ ' V JU I JL u XL, o f A X U H. j Well Milled Timber, Irchilram, Skir...

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Major Ross, the Canadian Scout. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Wajor Ross, the Cana dian Scout. ? It is not generally known, perhaps, that Major ' Charley ' Ross, the erst while famous Canadian scout who recently was instrumental in capturing large stores of rifles and ammunition hidden away in a cave by De Wet near Heitz, in the . Orange Riyer Colony, is a native of New South Wales. The writer, when serving witu (jeneral Jtlutton s column itj the advance upon Macbadadorp in July and August, 1900, was brought into frequent contact with Major (then Lieutenant) Ross, and bad many con versations with them. He was then doing duty with a detachment of Rimington's Scouts, and mentioned that he was born between Orange and Blayney, removing when, very young with his parents, to America. Austra lians who participated in that phase of the campaign will doubtless recollect a big, burly, auburn -bearded' man standing over six feet, of massive - build, who carried, in addition to his carbine, a revolver or two, a field glass, a sjambok, and who always wore ...

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Canned Meat! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Canned HI eat ! The Sydney papers publish scathing charges against tbe canning works of New South Wales. Tbe Mayor of Glen Innes has written a report to the health authorities, in which he states that some of tbe large meat I canning works of Sydney are pur chasing thousands of starved sheep and cattle, stags, old bulls and old rams, tbe meat from which is used for canning purposes and extract. Other statements are made, all of which, if true, would spoil the sale of all Australian meat for many years. Such a serious charge as this must be sifted to the bottom, and a commission should be appointed to at once inquire into it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

jBat we^shidl iaoti deviate from the genuine thing for oar j BraiMr although the temptation to lower the quality is great. Onr Str«ngiii is as Ibe Strength of Ten beeanse oar Soap is PURE. T 0f 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 Mekong : JAS. HASLAM, Australian Stores, Pbopbietor. Breeder, Exhibitor, Importer and Exporter of all the principal varieties of FOWLS and DUCKS, BETWEEN 90 £ND SO IN NUMBER. Prize Winner with mostly mil tbe following: Varieties at tbe Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Wellington and Forbes .Show*.. Light and Dark Brahmas; Buff, Partridge, and White Coohins; Langshan; Dorking, Brown and White Leghorns ; Black Spanish ; Andalusian ; Golden and Silver Hamburgs ; - Polish ; Houdan ; Bantam, Game, ''any oolor; Bantath, roBe oomb; Orpingtons, Black and Buff and Di...

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Old Peter's Fate. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Old Peter's Fate. The following verses record a grue some episode of tbe '88 drought, the victim being a well-known identity of the Lacblan : — The Lacblan sheds had all cut out, . Tbe shearing bad been late — 'Twas in that record time of drought, Tbe drought of eighty-eight. And for to get a second shed, Away on the Maroo, Old Pete, the cook, had gone ahead — As cooks will often do. Now Peter was a bousting cook — At least, the chapB said so ; In fact, you couldn't put him crook While jostling with the dough. j But fresh from out of ^arwong Shed, | He struck the nearest town, - j Got on} the wine, and lost his head, So knocked the pieces down: His' shearing cheque went in a lump »? Attd then he had to spar For beer, until bp bad to jump His horse across the bar. - And when his tail and hoofs were gone And they'd refused him strap, He rolled his knot up one fine morn And made for Monia Gan. He took tbe track which takes you out Along by Weary Tank ; He scarce knew what he was about,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Bullofberp! Please ring op E. Blaokadder, of Molong, and order for me one of his 4s 6d Alarm Clocks ; also a Two-tune Musical Clock at 16s, and an Eight Day Striking Clock at 16s. I am to be married on Wednesday and must have bis reliable . flocks in my house.'— Gos.

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