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

^ \ 'v I ' ' ? ( y P and B Paint 1b » mineral J The offensive ortoiir rii!W|ij-ean In liquid form. « Q St ^vAen'dovl-*vl,l»' Itscolourlt 1^ C&' L- an adequate . Block, . * . .S---. PRESERVATIVE «.??? used for , ; - i, i} W preservation 14 A I fM 'IP ifO.i. Iv .of/nil services where. I MS 8 a li!c i-i -,-? iridestrucUbility is required. E. 1MCM rn . ! -)., I.; i. /? ? S ? ' _ ? BALANCE SHEETS STATEMENT of Beceipts and Expenditubb of the Pastures and Stock Protection Board at MOLONG for the Half-year ending 30th June, 1902 : — Db. * Ob, To Amount of Balance at A.J.S. B j Certificates issued Ifor Scalps . Bank, 1st ' January, 1902, 109 Wallaby at 2d * £686 19s lOd ; less ontitand- per scalp ... .. 0 18 2 ing cheque, 13s . . .. ..585 6 10 28 Native Dog at Gash au& Stamps on hand . . O 19 6 10s per soalp ..14 0 0 Assessment levied ca . Stock 10 Native Pup at r during the half-year— 6s per soalp .. 2.10 0 17 € 2 29337 on Large Stook at 4s Babbit Inspectors' Salary . . 100 ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Road Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Roail tenders. ? ? ? v : ?' ? Tenders addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at Orange and endorsed #ived up to noon oa Thursday, tbe l?th August,1902, for works on tbe following roads :— Contract No. 1/02-8, Orange towards Carcoar ; 2/02-8, Orange to Forbes ; 8/02-8, Orange to Canowindra ; 4/02-8, Springbill to wards Cadia ; 6/02-8, German's Hill to Kite's Bwamp j 6/02-8, MiU^iorpe to Long Swamp ; 7/02-8, Orange to Canowindra ; 8 and 9/02-8, Cargo to Manildra ; 10/02 8, Molong^to Cargo. All specifications may be seen at ' tbe Court House/ Orange, and for con tractor at tbe Court House, Molong ; 7. Obort House, Canowindra^; and * 8, 9, and 10 Post Office, Oargo»

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] (From our own Correspondent.] A hare drive, organised by Messrs. H. Hawke and W. Logue took place at Finch's Flat on Saturday, when about 850 of the pest were accounted for. H. Houster (41) and L. Hughes (40) were top scorers. An enjoyable lunch was provided at Mr. Hawke's Residence, where a pleasant dance also took place in the evening. Pn Wednesday next, Sth instant. a drive will be held starting froin Mr. A; ^llgtite's (fiosehill, Boomey), at nine o'clockj^sharp. Shooters . land drivers cordially invited. Luncheon provided. ' .f ^

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Out Ar[?] Cudal. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] [?] [?] orei&ed intbemoBt solid and : satis- , y.v'' . Hfiia^ijjr-laaeb ^a^gdns, ; tWq-whe^fed .ttpou|v tbroMh «xtebding the ? vi^e ? : .? ^ppl^-^ will '£?-. - ' £r is flow sir to settle & ?; ' ? i$ the tbal# iff ttiings cop v. ^ flid^cied;^ 'j ter fera is about io fc jiawnonihis^ceimgoHan^ ^ hotels, btio ( fairly; layge general stores, % a' looal ^Baiikv Poat .^auS . Telegraph j ' ' Officfe And . ^ Court v of Petty Sessions is held every month, « which, M*. Marriott, Police -' Utagistr&te of Orarige, presided, ahdjis 16okfed 0 6ix as a }dfit and impartial adeQinistrfttbr of justice. y There a ; resident Cjbdrch of; England Miiiisjterj place at stated iptervals-^and the' ^oi^churcbesindi^e^iwr^ f jrosijtl(Hi bf the people' to worship their Creator. There are two bakers, t yo J .butchers, three general blacksmiths, a' carpenter and joiner, a flout mill (which .turns out the best article in the way of flour tbat N.S.W. can ? - produce), a number of greengro...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] She cau«6d ia^^$aV^wljbo!nse\lb'.be biiilt, und ordgred hef pervants to pay exira mien non to -tDeir '/toasters wants. The disgust of her relatives over the will cab Bed the s(k)iy-^o be come public, and ft l&wshit jtnight havg followed bad not one tjf tbV heirs adopted the y simple experiment0^ fa&ving . tbd rooster killed, thus 'becom ing the next of kin, ' 5 '? - ''

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Tragedy at Queanbeyan A Terrible Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Tragedy at Qiteanbeyan i A Terrible Mistake. J ust after going to press on Friday last word was received that one of tbe Red fern murderers had been shot dead at Queanbeyan and his accomplice arrested. The report that a man had been shot proved correct, but later details showed that a terrible mistake had been made — an innocent man named Thomas Heaps having been shot, accidentally, while be ing arrested on suspicion of being one of the men ' wanted ' for tbe murder of Constable Guilfoyle. Deceased, aged 27, was camped in a paddock near Queanbeyan j with a Cooma young man named Nichols. It was reported that they bore a resemb lance to the wanted men' (an absurd imagination) and Constable Madden and a party of civilian volunteers went out to capture the suspects. They found the two men asleep near the fire. The con stable crept up close to them and then called out ' Surrender !' and at the same time his revolver went off accidentally. As one of the suspects rose in a sitting position...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

AUL GOODS ENTERED CHARGED USUAL PRIGE8. Dairy MaidMilk,7d. Prime New Dates 3}d lb. \ Crowh Hopti. S}d lb. i . Hoadley's Ilising Sun Jam, 4}d +in. 'My Delight ' Jam, 3|d tin, 3s 3d doz. Fresh Herrings, 6H tin. ' Moir's Herrings in Tomato Sauce, 8Jd. SaSwivfiid. ^ Candles, &d., . - -Coffee, lid. Is 4$d, Is 8d. Picklek eplendid iine. 6d. Fi'yyO^a^laSd lb. Tea~Bulk Strong Liquor, 8d ; Packet, 9d— best wd^eiiltowri. WorcesterSa&ce, 4d bottle. Oatmeal . (Puritan Brand) 71b 'bag, : Is. Tapioea,&$-L Dark Yankee Doodle Tobacco, Dd per large Acid, Tamric, Is 6d lb. Lemon Peel, 6Jd lb. , Arrowroot, 5d lb. Ksen'eBlue, 8£dlb. CrpaitnTartar,le. . Baking Powder— Victor, lQ£d V -l^gh's^Jjsild. ' Salad Oil, 4i-d.: Castor Oil, 4 Jd. . ; Kerospne; 150 Test, Water White, 7e ewe, 3rJtMln.. '? ' Sotoc 7? €dper ton. PeaoiflgtWire, tfo.B Steel, £917s6d'ton Parlour Chairs, 4s 6d / Men's Black Cotton Sox, 2Jd pair / Lidies' Blaick Cotton Hose, 3d Children's Black Cotlbn Hose, 4d White...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Unpleasant Experience. MISTAKEN FOR A MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Unpleasant Experience. MISTAKEN FOB A HUBDEBEB. A swagman relates a peculiar experi ence which befel him on account of his alleged slight resemblance to one of the Guilfoyle murderers. He states that oo July 23 be arrived at Curra bubula, a small town about 18 miles from Tarn worth, and put np for the night at the only hostelry the place possesses. He saw that he was sub jected to a close scrutiny, but did not think anything of it. He went to bed, and word was sent round that he resembled toe suspected murderer, which bad the effect of quickly bring ing upon the scene tbe local constable and a couple of civilians, who made complete arrangements for the travel ler's capture. The constable armed himself with his revolver, one of the civilians got hold of an axe, and tbe other obtained a rifle. With tbeBe weapons tbey awaited developments. A short time after, tbe stranger came out of bis room for some purpose, and encountered tbe constable, who was in plain clothes, tbe officer asking ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Mr. E. J. Morrison, public school teacher at Yeoval, has been appointed to Candelo. Ir Marriage a Failure, or no ? To answerls nobody's place, Only time and experience will show In each individual case. What's worse than a very bad cold ? Nothing, we feel pretty sure— The best thing to take we are told Woods'. GllEAT Pm'kBMlNT ClJllE.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Farmer's Joys. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Tbe Farmer's Joys. — O— Thus a writer in a Queensland paper : ' Sir,' said the agriculturist, ' you ask why I am so happy. It is the useful, healthy life I lead. Up at dawn, boiling and baking prickly pear, | and mixing it with chaff and molasses, ! gives me a healthy appetite for break I fast. There is no appetiser like the smell ot prickly pear and molasses. After breakfast I spend several hours in tbe fresh morning breeze lifting up my fainting cattle and propping them securely against the fences. Theh comes the time for carting water. How pleasant to drive along in the giddy dust storm to the town well, and there sit contentedly for hours while ,a faint trickle of water from the pipe gradually fills my tank, whilst tbe drivers of 17 other drays curse. After dinner I can rest for half an J hour's smoke, thinking contentedly of the fact tbat lucerne chaff is now £10. 10s a ton, whilst I sold all mine a few months ago for £2 2s.'

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Manildra P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] On page 9 of this issue/ian advertise ment appeals telling tenders lor the rij^ht of too ref^bmentjbooths atthe next Mabildra Show on September 10, For the information of those who may wish to tender we might state that the Committee intend to pro vide a large tent 56ft x 84ft to be used as tbe pnblio refreshment booth, and the present skeleton shed trill be used for the oommittee and jadges luncheon booth. Tbe booths being separate, tenderers will have macb greater facilities for, attending to tbe public than hitherto. Tenders close at 6 p.m. on'9th instant. From® what we have been able to * glean there appears every promise of much keener competition in tbe ploughing events ' this year, bat of coarse weather conditions will mean nnch. Tbe Show ring has been en larged and cattle pens are now being pushed on with. Tbe Secretary (Mr. G. W. Griffith) is energy personified, and all other details for a successful day are as forward as need be. The management deserve success, for the...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Fatality at Orange [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Fatality at Orange. The dead body of Miss Margaret Kinealy, aged 80 years, eldest daughter of Michael Kinealy, licensee of the Locomotive Hotel, Orange, was found in her bedroom about 11 o'clock on Monday night by her father, whose youngest daughter aroused him in consequence of her' seeing smoke issuing through the door of her sister's bedroom. An inquest was held on Tuesday afternoon, when evidence was given showing that deceased, though - repeatedly cautioned by her father against the practice, frequently carried into her bedroom at night a fire dish filled with fire to warm tge room. Mr. Kinealy tried to open pie door, but found it locked. He then tried the window, and got into the room, v which was full of smoke. Heeaw.his daughter lying on the .bed,andiQaixi6ft , ^

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Brevities* Should political matters be discussed by the Council ? Successful day's pigeon shooting at Molong oiTWednesday. Forbes Council lias decided to erect Gasworks. Rumored that Premier See will shortly take, a trip to England. A disastrous fire, occurred at Cobar on Tuesday night Damages, £5000. Rabbiters in the Junee district are reported to be earning £5 a week. Brick-making appears to be a busy trade at Molong and Cumnock, Saturday, 9th August, Coronation Day, proclaimed a public holiday. Millthorpe Association offers £142 for ploughing events this year. Mr. Em. Bl&ckadder is tbe district's sole agent for the sale of Pianolas and Aeolians. The Women's Franchise Bill has passed the first reading in Legislative Council. School of Arts membership roll now stands at nearly 100. New books have just been added to the School of Arts library. Mrs. Ann Baker, a fifty years' resident of Blayney district, died on Sunday. Mr, W. H. D'-'a, late of Gregra, bas been appointed to A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Sh' ?K, ! ' BIDE STREET, MOLONG. ^ pTicmiill r' |. *E&8 to announce thfct he has purchased Rf Te^p*'tbe above well-known hostelry, which been renovated throughout, thus odb Of the best and most comfort in the West. 'J ' Splendid Sample Booms for Commercial Travellers. ^ ? BATH BOOMS, Ac. Buggies and Horses always on Hand. Attentive Groom. i ? /--THE — \ Contnuraal Hotel, CUMNOCK. J. W. McDonnell, PROPRIETOR. ONLY the beat Brands of Liquors and Ales stocked. Superior Accommodation for travellers. Excellent stabling. The Commercial is the nearest Hotel to the Post Office. \ ? Post Office Hotel, BANK STREET, MOLONG. Fred. Bradford, PROPBIETOB. HAVING leased the .above old and popu lar Hotel, lately Wried on by Mrs. J. ' Flynn, it will be my endeavour to make it otte of the most comfortable and up-to-date Bostelries in tbe West. \ Tbe premises ate now undergoing a thorough repair and patrons will find that their comfort will be a first consideration. Special attention will be gi...

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Canowindra Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

CanowiiHlra itemii. f — O — ' . Fouk troopers returned from South Africa were presented with medals On Thursday night. The effects of the drought are now being severely felt by business ^people. Wild pigeons are more plentiful this year in Canowindra district than for years previously Membership of the School of Arts now stands at 13 ! Many local residents have, during ? the past week, been suffering from severe colds. Uwmg to the high price of beef, hare steak iind rabbit cutlets will be a favorite .dish presently. For several days past Mr. A. Robinson has been compelled to lay up owing to having accidently sprained his ankle. , Numbers of shearers arc -daily leaving the titwa and district for their first 'shea of the season. V A match between the pi rig-po tigers of Canowindra .and those yf Cargo is seriously contemplated. ' ' * ? -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Is Clearing tlie tpiole of tliie Remnaiits m all Ws Departmeiits. ?_ jR I?,;. . .. % K \'V f ; ;-r ' 1 V *' . . Yoii ? w iH ^ , v: ? ??-' - ^ XjOXJis .. . ;i Windsor Stores, MoUuig. ''V' 'i~'i' * ' ^ ' r II ' * ''J ,--' . f4*i pr»W:I /../-V' .._ -. -.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

?' . ,???' ; . 4 B #rs f |ob6 Band, Ife. O. R. B. LDOYD, M.R.O.P.E., XjJW.B.rs., * Registered, Sydney, Melbourne, BrU bane. These Bemedlet *re dla . w penBed under the «v|aB of a leading Sydney Phy Bioi^n, and Trill be known m to I BIOSOZON REMEDIES, j m«.vbe obtained trotn MRS. ! C. LLOYD Only, at the nnl- - (A fornj price of 10s 6d per box or bottle. FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION. Send 28 (stamps) and stamped envelope for particulars to . f MRS. A. C. LLOYD, For many years the. confidential advkujb and FBIEND OF SnfFBEINO WOHB^ . 406 Pat^i Road Paddington. T 4 \ T-TTT Q who considtMrs.A C. LLOYD on ANY MEDICAL SUBJECT may rely on obtain ing Honest, Stbaightfobwabd, and Senmblh Advice, and Effecidai- Ab&istanck , : A Marvellous Pain-soother. Dr. G. ft. Lloyd's ' pabturatiye,' tor rendering labour alofbst painless Mrs. Lloyd's Nursing: Home For Ladies who desire home comfort and careful attention whilst under treat ment by any DULY QUALI FIED MEDICAL PRAC TITIONER. »5~ All...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Something That Will Do You Good.' We know of no way pf winch we can be of more service to our readers than to « tell them of something thai will be of real good to them. For- this reason we want to acquaint tfyem with what; we consider : one of the very best remedies on the mar ket for cbughB, colds, and that alarming complaint, croup. We refer to Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. We have used it with such good results in otir family so tongcthat it bas become a hotw^hold neces sity. By its prompt-use .we' hlyen't any doubt but that it has time and ^ain pre veftted, croup. ?jThe teBtimony-HB given upon our own eXpmen«^;aH3 #e suggest that our readers, especially those who liave small jteep it -in their homes as ai^lteguard ^uhst croup. — Camwsn (S.C., U.S.A.) Mbssiingek. Sold by H. w. Macordj Chemist, Molong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Mr. Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism. ' During the winter of 1898 I was so lame in my joints, in fact alj qver my body, that { could hardly hobble i around, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. From the first application I began to get well, andwas cured and have, worked steadily all tbeyear. — R- Wheeler, Nofthw-?od, N.Y., U.S., A. For sale by Hi W. Macord, Chemist, Molong. A Twenty-Years* Resident*# Testimony. The Case of Mr. J. NIL880N. ^Br A6PECIAL reporter). ' In no busi ess place is there a greater variety bf, subjects discussed than in a hair dresser's saloon, as all callcrs ventilate tlieir opinions to the gentlemen officiating with the razor and scissors. But tbe latter takes his turn in tbe conversation as well, and when our reporter stepped into a shop in Botany Road, Botany, Mr. John Kilsson, the propiietor, eaid : ' This bright weather ought to make everybody feel happy, as you say; but I think it .-ill depends upon one's health. I remember when I used to...

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Western Menu. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Western Hen A. Tim : ' How are ^ou getting on for ' tucker ' in these distressful times ?' Finn : ' Oh, tol lol ; curried mag pie, stewed crow, jugged crape. Not bad at all, ®m^in^t,;^ffing !': Tim : 'T-banks, lad/thanks. Will be here on Sunday, all of -lis. We're settled now the wood-grubs are done.'

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