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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHUttCH. 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 froni September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August, inclusive, Mass will commence at 11 a.m. N.B.-^HThis order will be observed until further notice. M. Banj.ky

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A cure for Pneumonia. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

I A Ciiinb lor Pneujoioliiia, ? ; ' v . .. : v T''— . - v- ? Writes a correspondent Iti view of the prevailing ravages by jmeiimpnia, in spite of; the ^Kperienced r medical skill ; old suct^sfotjn snatohing from the^m th»«e *Shown .ihedical inen of unquestionable skill, Ua ^o^lah^w Euc^nb^ and 'j , Newcastle.^pectively ; and . is ^. .prac tised WiJh 6onside^ble success by a le|dba^)il^bal m^u in ilie Newcastle district. Tbe name^ of the patients medi|al inen^lM^ip. I submit ^nfidelij^y on^ a SjBjparate ; paper '.v v Tte ifem^dy |o which I refer is .fresh ^ef and mhttoii snet u^ed as a poultice ^ bb -C^hest' and back of the patient \ and, is, I ihay say, pf West '/ ? T I ? \ Li. au^iqu \ou,ur w i ftuvw J9 .W Infire^nBi^^o^jployed^ by ^nedical inen in Jamaica, W.I.! in all cases, of pulmonary trouble. , ' tbeatment : - 1st. Prtjoare about 61bs fresh beef and mutton suet in equal proportions ; the fresher, the suet the better, j 2nd. Take a , large sheet and cut from it suffioient piec...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong to Peak Hill Railway. SURVEYOR'S PRELIMINARY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Peak HlSl Railway. SUSVEYOE'S PBELIJEINABY EEPORT. We nave to thank Dr. Boss, M.L.A., for the following correspondence, deal . ing with the above subject: — Public Works Department, Sydney, 17th July, 1902.— Sir,— I am directed by the Minister to enclose for your in formation copy of Mr. Hunter's re i.L ? ? pyiv Y/iu u jjitfcu uyuu i»ue examination of a route for the Molong to Peak fiUl Railway suggested by Mr. M. Carroll, ,.of Redbank, Molong, and ' brought under notice in your letter of r the 17th instant. — I have the honor to be, &c., J. Davis, Under Secretary. Railway Survey Camp, Copper Hill, near Molong, 7th July, 1902. MOLONG TO PEAK. HILL. Tp Engineer-in-Chief, Railway ? Construc tion. — Sir, — In accordance with your instruction of the 21st ultimo, I examinee! the proposed route of a Railway from Bryan's Flat to Cumnock, asked for by Mr. Carroll of Redbank near Molong. The accompanying rough tracing showB this route by a broken green line, also the line at present ...

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Amaroo. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Ainaroo. [From our own Correspondent.] PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The regular monthly meetiDg of the Progress Association was held on Wednesday evening last, 16th instant, Mr. W. Shapland, senior, presiding. Two new? members were enrolled. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed ; and correspond ence, consisting of three letters (two outward and one inward) was read, as follows : — To Secretary Orange Progress As sociation re establishment of a much needed connection between two im portant roads near Borenore. From Mr. D. R. Hall, M.L.A., re Central and Eastern Division expired leaseholds. (Letter appeared in the Argus of 11th July.) Mr. Hall also forwarded copies of a recent speech delivered by him in tbe Assembly. All the members present expressed themselves in agreement with Mr. ' OaII'm m/Mna rtvtri fjin fioADfll-o wn moo . UIUI o vicnOj auu uuo uouLQuaiLjr nao directed to write to the Crown Land Agent at Molong respectfully asking if be will be good enough to inform ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

WESLEY AN CHURCH. July 27.— Molong at 11 and 7.30 and Garra at 3 by the Rev. A. Stephen. Garra at 7.30 by Mr. James Packbam. Meran burn at 3 by Mr. E. J. Hamey. Goambeen at 11 and Red Hill at 3 by Mr. G. Pittendrigh.

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

BAPTIST CHUKCH. July 27. — Bocobble at 3 by Mr. E. Reece, and at 7.30- by Rev. W. Coller. Manildra at 1 1, and Gregra at 3 by the Rev. W. Coller. Bournewood at 3 by Mr. W. R. Pocknall.

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

A NYONE cau^it^Sing' pr . olherwiae jr^ TrespasBiiig lo the l^ai^ Ij^e or EurimblapaddocksWLIBBPBOSE CUTED without respect persons. OUR AGENTS. COPIEfe of the Molono Abods may be obtained from tbe followingAgents MOLONG-?. & DONALDSON CUDAL— -GEORGE SNOOK MANILDRA.— J. H. WILLIAMS. W. 31. BBETE, SADDLE MAKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ORDERS executed with NEATNESS and DESPATCH. Please note the address — W. M. REEVE, SADDLER, Clarlnda Sireet, Parkei. dnntturck Ihttcfrerg John Learv & Sons Pbofbzetobs. PRIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, -fec., at the lowest rates. Small Goods always on hand. Best attention given to all orders. LOOKL^ IF YOU WANT A GOOD FITTING SUIT Made from the Best material, call and bos W. HARRIS, - IN BANK-STREET, Where Only First-class Workmen are employed. ALL orders are executed on the Premises, where a selection can b's made from all classes of Goods of the mdst modern patterns. I have now in stock a Splendid Assortment of Materials suitable for the present...

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

THE RJGHT REMEDY AFTER , - Zk*4t»n of Ht^ L HAp80fl. Ai:^tat!y)': ??'-*?? ?i-oa..1.'--'. ?-: .-,. c- '???-' .: wttif&ilfrgw&UL) ''v ''' lire Vatui 'jof ^piirt knowledge in the various pursuit* of life ;4s readily - admitted byMii. fcinma H^riaon, of No, 19, Little iiloomfieli I -st^tjSucty Hills, who stated to our re^t^^li^|b«:;occasionftl practical sympathy jura' intefligeut help we, may greatly as8|8|iour pi^i$-our«, and oromote the pro8perity ot ihe «iaU'eB CoQtiau* ing,Mis. Hamsojjfaid:— 1 ' I am Ibitikful for what my past me-' thoils have acisotnpUshcd, and in justice to tlio* e iirowidiuBil «'il|; tell;_you ''whh^-fiheM * iiwttoi^Slr#^^ibiJ| '&£'??$$$??- wera em-:, t *1 w*8;. suffelrad terdjjijly Jf§ni£u&i^ and 1 lii-j»epev^ ^io^r6u^i tSio M-ip6 misery -felt.^9u^ 'aid drow#y that if I took a * dross I would forget it if * 1 didfifiaiiiWtti itdown immediately, btit;ti»o waa that IjCoula not sleep welLj|4^^|B, which Were put ia filter in ' ltatl^U...

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

We Jll Ttee lt Keep Medicine on Hand.- Pon't Waif fill Sicknera CPU. Treat the Disease Early and 'Cure Promptly. Keep WefL' Mr. Wm. Allen, Police Constable of North Carlton, VictorI*,*ifld§ 4 graph of his family and says: »?' . * ' 7 'For many years we have never been without Acer's SatftapaiiUa til thi house. 'When a.ny of us are feeling poorly, justVfew doses will jnake uf *11 right My wife says it is a grand medicine for children, especially when they are growingfast. She finds itof great benefit, herself, when -hO-g»U-fa»d mid worn out from overwork. Th* Mm* medicine cured me once of ^ neyS' impure- blood.' Mr. Allen should certainly be proud of his family. And he chows goed judgment in keeping Ayer's Sarsaparilla always in the house. Ha knows It gives bright eyes to the children, makes them have a clear and smooth eld*, brings good color to the cheeks and lips, and gives them the hearty appetite ?? necessary to a substantial growth and development. Don't make the mistake of exp...

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THE WEATHER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

THE WEATHER, &o. Further welcome rain has fallen, but stilf more is needed. It began on Saturday inorning, and a few light shower's fell during Saturday and Saturday night, amounting in all to 87 points, and making a total of 118 points for ;SO far this month. Soin^ of tbeyrfops are up ap4 still coming up, but ifcjvill yet be » little while before the paddocks really look green. L '--? A ^-C*. ? ? -- .? 'J-:.- ? .

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

JBumbtiry. [Fbom our own Correspondent.] Nioe steady rain set in on Saturday, 60 points being recorded whieh Bhowd. prove beneficial to tbe crops. A heavy fog hung oyer the locality on Sunday morping, its density being almost impenetrable. jar. n. rownsena naa tne niisior tune to inflict a nasty gash / in his knee with a tomahawk on Saturday last, but I hear he is progressing favorably under tbe doctor's care in Parkes.

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Public Requirements. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Public Requirements. The editor of this paper is desirous of keeping in touch with tbe requirements and wants of all parts of tbe district so that the same may be brought pro minently before tbe notice of oar Member. Any movement calculated to be of benefit to settlers and the community generally we are prepared to bring prominently forward, and our columns are always open to ventilate grievances. Oo-opBration in our efforts to benefit tbe people is invited.

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Forbes Show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Forbes Show. Once again we desire to remind in tending exhibitors that entries for the Forbes Show close to-morrow (26th). Mr. N. A. Read, hon. secretary, also desires us to intimate that he will re ceive entries by wire from anyone not in time for the cost. The Forbes Show will be opened by the Premier, Sir John See, and everything points to a most successful exhibition. We have to thank Mr. Secretary Read for sending us along, as usual, compli mentary pickets for Show, Smoke Concert, &c. We hope to get there.

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Band ol Hope. I . The monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday evening last. After tbe opening exercises, and the reading -of the minutes, the following programme was rendered Address, by the President ; recitation, ' An answer to peace,' Miss E. Cole ; reci tation, ' Only a boy,' Percy Langdon ; song, ' Home, sweot home,' three little girls . recitation, ' A little help,' Miss Ivy Price ; recitation, ' Shining eyes,' Miss Irene Walker ; recitation, ' Going to school, ' Miss Elsie Lang don ; recitation, ' Nine little puppies,' Miss E. Finch ; dialogue, ' Teetot'al ism,' Misses E. Price, J. Burgess, L. Shield ; recitation, Miss Cathy Finch ; recitations were also delivered by the Misses Ethel Price, Irene Walker, Eileen Finch, and H. Parslow. A trio was pleasingly reudered by Misses F. Shield, M. Packham, and E. Hull. Two new members were enrolled. A special programme will be pre pared for next meeting, admission a silver coin.

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A 'Desirable' Residence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

A 'Desirable ' Residence. — o — Much married people are keeping away from a farm homestead situated between Ballarat and Geelong. It is known throughout the townshipas the House of Twelve Twins, because 6ix sets of twins have been born under its robf in eleven years. Tbe house was originally known as tbe Rudy Homestead; and it was to Mr. and Airs, jonn Jttuay mat tne nrsc pair ot the 12 little visitors came. Rudys sold tbe homestead, and it became the abode of David Stiles aud his family.. Tbe Stiles are not long in their nfcw ? : home when twins arrived. Then they moved out and the family of A. L. ?' ' 1 Thomas moved in and was bl0ss^'*i 7 IfJ with twins. Mr. Thomas house on April day, and James Rui^B . ;'i| became its tenant. Ono stormy night a boy and girl iw^ added to tbe household. ? ??? :-r^ baving heard of tbe previous' , '? arrival, .and their ' M: one, they followed the jexamples oi the other families by- Hi living JJattcy Farringtoa and his lamUy werei iheV next to oiscupy...

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Peak Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

[?] [?] [?] ^3Mie ; putti^^a h\U, anl^I Am told, are receiving .assistance in the form of Government aid*. None of the other milling looses are work ing* A meeting oi ihe members o! the P. and A. * Assbpi&tion irio take place on Saturday. aVilqrrellU Hotel to fix a ^date for holding the 'next Show. OpinioniBdividfcdus to the visdomof holdings ate -eXhlbitibtf at this ' late' period of the seafon, therefore a lively time is'-tatimpafedr . v ' ' ?- -

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Drowned in Macquarie River. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

Prowrtw^flLacquarie A magisterial inquiry was held by the, Ckatonej^rMr/ ' B. Porter, -JtP.,1 *at BurrdnddogOnFridsy, 18ihinst., topdS^/th^&eath of « young miwcF named ''Jffcrtin Shelley, vhoSe dead body ;%as ' found in the Macquarie JUvse Jtti the btevious day. Ftom the : en^q^iif^araf nu oneuey vw^ camfi^bn the bankof -the river, toil bnthe nightdf the 16 thhe' visited thej i^den^^ h*ft-a-B|ile from his ©amp: He left] Mitchells at 10.30 p-m. for his pattp, - going by a track which runs paralled with the rivetatadistance of six to eight yards, -tber.banks of tbe river being at^| an&r^ ; by some means the . unfortunate man fell not Ttetnm xo 3us camp -a ^atott-^iw mad,e four jyardk.from water/ wife ton dan infant: five mdriths old; HiB ^|pl;~;^as - 'a^vM^V-l^ly^-*:-^. Wuulum&n, and tbe marriage took place v only ^be previous^ year. De ceased was in tbe employment of Mr. Sehonsiv jnnr. A*1 open ^finding pt found drowned, was recorded. The remains: 'were interr...

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The Black Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

. ; Tbe Black Cricketers. TfflRTY-FOUB jears have passed since the first Australian team of cricketers went to England. Their names would provoke a smile nowadays : — Bullbcky, Ciizens, Dick-a-Dick, King ? Cole, Mullagah, Peter, Shepherd, Mosquito, Jim Urow, unariey, Tiger, Twopenny, and Bedoap. They were all blacks, trained by a Surrey cricketer who had settled iifr&wtratia, Charles Lawrence, who accompanied them to England and-jsuper vised tbe tour. The climate proved fatal to one of them. King1 Cole, who died at Brighton before tbe tour vu half over. In their opening match at the Oval they were badly beaten by eleven gentlemen of Surrey; but they very nearly defeated *the aI'T. r\««^a r T^Vio nrttrolf.u nf fr.Ko av AJULUOi . a. uo uviwivj v» vwv black cricketers drew large crowds to these matches. They achieved their first viptory over eleven gentleman at Lewisham, who presented Redcap with a silver cup in recognition of bis bril liant play. Mullagah received several mone...

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

Remarikable Cure of Croup. A LITTLE BOV'S LIFE SAVED. I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy. It saved my little boy'e life and I feel that I cannot ? raise it enough. I bought a bottle of it rom A. E. Steere of Goodwin, S.D., U.S.A., and when I got home with it .the poor baby could hardly breathe. I gave the medicine as directed every ten minutes until he ' threw up ' and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death. We bad to pull the phlegn out of bis mouth in great long stringp. I am positive that if Ibad not got that bottle of cough medicine, my boy would not be nit earth to-day.— Joel Demont, Inwood, v. Iowa. For sale by H. W. Macor-J, Chemist, ON THE TELEPHONE : ' Hullo there 1 Please ring up E. Blackadder, of Molong, and order for me one of his 4a 6d Alarm Clocks ; also a Twortune Musical Clock at 16s, and an Eight Day Striking Clock at 16s. I am to be married on Wednesday and must have his reliable clocks in my house.'— Gos. For Chronic Chest C...

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A Cow[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 25 July 1902

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