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

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Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late War. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

The Irfile War. Mb. Kellneb, who was Mayor of Bloemfontein in 1900, bas been inter viewed in Berlin. He eulogised the British conduct of tbe late war in South Africa. He said that tbe British officers felt deep concern over tbe mortality in the concentration camps in the early months of their establishment, and be praised their effort at sanitation. Mr. Eellner added tbat tbe annexation of the late republics by Great Britain assured tbeir freedom, progress, and pros perity.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANILDRA MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

KI41VILDJK1 MUMS. — U— — TFboM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT.1 The Hospital Social, in aid of the Molong institution, which is set down for Friday, 15th August, will, it is safe to predict, be a great success. The Ladies' Committee are working assiduously, canvassing in all direc-( tions and meeting with good results. As the Hospital Social has always been considered onp of tbe chief annual events here, a large gathering o^the youth and beauty of tbe district may be looked for, and a substantial sum raised for a worthy object, not withstanding the .depressed times. Manildra tennis players have ac cepted a challenge from Cumnock Club to try conclusions on the local Court on Saturday^ 9th August.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Molong's Member. QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE. BANK HOLIDAY, 4TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE '.V. V- : BANK HOLIDAY, 4TH AUGUST. ; Dr. Boss asked tbe Minister of Public Instruction : — Will tbe pro clamation of the bank holiday, which takes place on Monday next, , 4th August, apply to all Civil Servients -and Public School Teachers through out the State, or only to those, within the county ot Cumberland ? idr. Perry answered.— The bank holiday is applicable to all Public Offices, but does not extend to Public Schools either within or outside the county of Cumberland. BBIDGE AT BBIDGEWATER, MOLONG. ? Dr. Boss asked tbe Secretary for Public Works, — (1.) How long is it since the contractor commenced to erect the bridge at Bridgewater, near Molong, tbe cause of delay, and when the work is likely to be completed? (2.) Is it the Department of Works or contractor's duty to see that proper temporary provision is made to allow travellers, carriers and teamsters to cross the creek in safety while the new bridge is in course of construction ? (8.) Is he awa...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

? Sydney quotations. [?] g4/ofpr»nutei ? per bushel medioin £5 10s

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

[?] 1™3_-. ' [?] ^SSB^BSHmt^ss^&i'. W. k nHHW [?] ' -'isS - [?] V ««?' V, \ BUBfl.-V V AUTOIW AYlc\ ? - V1****#*,' ' ^ : /?? .^TiajFr; E. Sim & col, LTD. \ SYDNEY, N.S.W. \ SUjBE. \ . Besureyoufrt tbegennfcM, Better write — ftv r In r the - OMlUnCt -very time. . V* iVOampcoura » & B C^MFCOUfe ' '' - ? *? E. HIGH and P*BPttm|)cour*I» ( 6 the Uert' *? y ? and C C? much ^ tu4* ' easier . laid _ than Mty in tin: iimrkw. I- CO., LTD., «YI»NKY.; SHlJp ? ? ? 0 , NOW COMING FORWARD A LAB-Je SHIPMENT OF New Summer Drapery I INDENTED DIRECT PROM GLASGOW. Watch for Future Announcements. ? t ? O ? Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies, Ac. CUMNOCK STORES, CUMNOCK. - OPPOSITE A.J.S. BANE, BANK-STREET, MOLONG. Seeds. Refreshments. Fruit. SOM£ people [ think it does not matter what (hey eat, drink, or use, so long 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 ; ...

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

WANTED to place a Lad, 18 years of age, on a Farm or Station ; has had 12 months' experience. Apply C/o. Molong Abgus. TAKE NOTICE. Anyone found trespassing in the Burgoon Paddocks, and . dis turbing weak stock, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. JOHN BRUCE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL -V. EDWARDS BEGS to notify his Customers and the Public generally that he has removed his BAKERY BUSINESS to premises OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK, and will be in a position to supply patrons on ana after Monday next. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. The Molong Photographic Mo Will be Opened Shortly. I l Watch for Future Announcements. G. BAUER. E. H. TAYLOR & CO. (On account of G. White, Esq.) WILL SELL BY AUCTION. At the GRAND HOTEL, BATHURST, COMMENCING Tuesday, £tli August, ' At 10.30 sharp, 1000 LOTS 1000 Bniiti and Siipirior Man, Horses, Sulkies, &c., &c.. Without the Slightest Beserve. Catalogues may be obtained on application to E. H.TAYLOR & Co., Bathurst. MOLONG P. $A. ASSOC...

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

Important and Behable News— That you cati flbjtain a Nickel EeyieBs Moeri Lever WfeStebt poYi-Aagnetio, . railway dial, -''-cases' sbrew.together, and a ffuarantpe -Tftt oneyear; all for 20s at E. BLACKADDBJR'd, Jeweller, Molong. Printed *^! published by the 2-ropi;ietbr, BOBB1BT ' ' ^

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

Rabbit Destruction. Poisoning. Mb. O. G; Rienits, of Mount Victoria, forwards the. folio wing extract from a letter received from Mr. D. L. Camp bell, Jvanhoe, Trangie ' I am sending you a photo which was taken at one of iny father's tanks not a mile from town {Trangie), where over 8,000 rabbits were poisoned in a week. The rabbits from about the tank were gathered and carted away in a dray each morninsr. the nniRnnnd wA.far being only left open in the night. This photo was ta^en on the morning following, the third night, when 600 rabjbits were counted within 100 yards of the tank. It would take too long to give you full patticulars, so I will ^ just say they are poisoned at a tank ^ with arsenio.-! Phosphorus was freely used by means of the poison cart, but was not at all effective. Father has poisoned about 10,000 rabbits in a month on his different holdings.' Smothebing. In tbe Albury district rabbits jrere very numerous a few months ago, but the land owners have been successfull...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Paspalum Dilitatum. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

PttspalaiiKi IHIfltutuiia. A north ekn exchange has the following respecting this much talked of new fodder plant : ' It is working marvels in the northern rivers and coastal districts, adding largely inoreased value to the lands. It requires to be sown or planted once for all time, is an evergreen, will grow in any climate, — 211 il ? ? _ ? J 1 _ i ' »j wm turive in a sanay desert once n gets a start, will grow in Hades itself, as a good northern authority says, will grow up to 8ft in height, grows so thick that no weed can live among it, will reach down 6ft or 6ft deep for moisture, resists frosts and hpt winds, will yield from 12 to 18 ton8 fodder or hay per aore according to moisture and soil, it never blows cattle, and six to ten acres of it will tide our pro ducers over tbe dry months of every year. It does away with tbe necessity of growing and stacking ensilage ; may be fed off, cut as green feed, or cut for hay. It should be sown in October, and not harrowed after sow ing ;...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Railway B[?]s" [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] V;, soon as hfc landed V a bottle of rum in tone ha^^Mp^te - of tobacco in the other. trate asked him where he^bad this out. He replied said the magistrate could ,?iioi blame him for getting drtiuk, ^alibis had been taken away by ' the white man, and he set him the example to drink. They were fined 6s or two hours in the lookup.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Von Boyle's Lost Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

. V on Boyl^s Lost l-og[. ! The following description of a dog recently lost by a Dutchman near Gulgong is published in the hope that tbe said canine, if found, may be recognised \ and returned lo its. owner : — His natne vas Bismarck, mit only von eye on accoundt of a oldt plack cat vot belongs to a servant Irish girls mit red hair. Also, he has onlv dree legs in consequence of a mocolotiff engine mitoudt any btill-ketebers. He vas a dogt- Bismarck vas ; he vas paldtheaded' all ofer himself, troo red hot water, on accoundt of a oldt maid's cat he vas fightin1 mit. On von endt of himself vas situated his ' head, and his tail it vas by de oder endt. He only carries about von half cf his tail mit bim on accoundt of a circular saw mill. He looks a good deal more older as be is already, but be aint quite so oldt as dot until next Christmas. De vny vot you can know liitn is if you calls him 'Shack' he vont say nodings, but be makes answer to tbe name of Bismarck by tayin' ' pow5, wow, wo...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The G[?] Destruction of our Native Animals. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] [?] *, fa&ve jbfceii 'givento understand -jBe Oovern* an^ binjs,' and unless this is done during the year; itftiU certainly be ;; too late. I may hprestate thatduring ' 1 ttiis oVetySS kangaroo skins havebeen sent to Sydney from the - Northern aud Western districts alone. The wallaroos' are almost extinot. Their skins when offered for sale reaiise frbm Bs to ls each, the animals alive brin^ing frobi 6Ps to 70s each. Kangaroo ekius are now sold at from 2s to 8s eiidh, the animals alive being worth from ,26b to 40s. Bock and ? swamp wallaby skinB bring from 2d to 8d each, .and the. animals alive from 16s to 25s each. Opossum skins fetch from Id to 2d oaeh, the animals alive being worth 2-? to 8s each. Tbe platypus skins, which are rare, bring good prices, whilst the live animals are very v&luable, their genus being about extinot. By the destruction of these Animals, native birds, trees, flora and ^alt bush, this country has been deprived of many million of pounds. ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Railway Statistics. Our Wheat and Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Railway Statistics. Our Wheat and Wqol. During the year ending 80th June, 1902, 6,502 bales of wool were con signed from Molong Railway Station, 41 bales from Gregra and 5 from Bocobble. 51,821 bages of wheat were sent away as follows : — From Molong 87,882 bags, Gregra 8,018, Bocobble 5,476. During the previous year, ending June 1901, 6,576 bales of wool were consigned, 47,045 bags of wheat. Traffic and revenue at the local railway station during the year just ended shows a substantial increase all round, compared with the previous period. , Over 70 trucks of hay and chaff were unloaded at Molong last month (July), being fodder for starving stock. We have to thank Mr. F. J. E. Bae, stationmaster, for the above particulars.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Orange Stock Market. SHERWIN AND HOWARD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] - _ .-V . ? ??i'l OHBBWitT Mp .HoWABD's RePOBT. . Pat -€attle-r Onty 80 yarded, com* prising Some .rough Queenslanders, Jew goodatall . f^'^||^^l|pi^;iperp draggy and difficult to effect, 13 head being passed- Best quality beef being worth 85s to 87a ^d; per lOOlbs. Three bullocks^ roaghj soid at £7 6b, good cows made £9 6s to £10 for best, x others £6 $8 to £7 2s, fair quality £5 ' to £64s. 'fat Sheep — About 400 yarded, only 80 wethers (fair quality) being sold at 13s 8d, balance passed. Store Sheep— About 8500 yarded, all of which were passed.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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To Enrich Pastures. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

To Knricli Pastures. — O— fFor the Argus.1 The dairying industry has come to stay— are tbe farmers prepared ? It must be admitted tbat without pas tures dairying would be impossible. But there are pastures and pastures — some are naturally rich, many are not ; it remains therefore to the farmer to bring tbe poor pasture Tip to tbe standard of the rich nasture and to prevent the good pasture from deterior ating ? But what means shall be adopted ? It is a well-established fact tbat pastures rich in fertility pay better than those which are poor — this is to be seen every day by the prices ruling for the different lands — even virgin soils are not all of tbe same value ; there are certain indications of fertility in a greater of less degree obvious to any passers by, but still moy apparent to the dairy farmer. If therefore virgin land differs in value, too great a stress must not be placed upon the fact tbat the soil is virgin. Many agriculturists, however, when asked why they do not p...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P[?] Sayings [?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] bini. ? ^'l^wewp^ot 'what '/? An Hon. Member : You are not a law yer yet. \ Mtv Edden : No ; lam tbe lawyers' friend; . Mr. Norton : The best lawmakers are Jioti&wyers. -V. *- - Wellington's member. Mr. J. Paynes, wanted to know if the Colonial Secretary could see bis way clear to%iyuayg BUon steps taken by the police as would ^prevent a recurrence of the shocking tragedy at , Quean beyan, either that'thepolicediould t-e in! iiniform, or ibat thOTi identity should be niade known, ^hen -Mling apon anyonetoatcrender, } ?? . '-i» ? : ' In reply to a question' regarding main tenance men, the Minister ror Workssaid increases of pay ' for horses and carts employed on road works bad been made proportionate to increased cost'of feeding horses in different localities. Siieh in creases ranged from 6d to 8s per day. ? sje — ? . , iv.- ..,V ?' . Several petitions were presented by Mr. Hurley from Farmers ana Settienf Asso ciation branches praying for Local Govern ment—or rathfer for...

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

Purifies the Blood I Bushmen Must Drink Bad Water. Tills Makes Bad Bloai Sickness | tMr. Alexander Johnson, of Bourke, ^ New Soutli Wales, sends us his photo- ;gfj 'For many years I have been en* ill gaged in, shepherding, stock-droving, : ||j and other occupations so well known ? '?; to buslimen. Often the drinking- 7§| water was very bad, and I was ex- ,ip posed to other hardships of bush life. jsfl I found all the men around me using 'Is Ayer's Sarsaparilla, so I tried it. For i ll cleansing and purifying my blood, and 1 'M for giving me new life andenergyrI found it the most wonderful medi- -5|| cine I ever used. I do not see how . 'figja buslimen get along without it I ll advise all who read this to keep a M bottle of this grand medicine on hand -1 all the time, for it's a great hftn.lt-*1 'The World's Crcatest Family Medicine.' ':l Perhaps you are not exposed to all the hardships of bush life. Tet yon fl have probably suffered from impure blood, great debility, nervousness, ex...

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

ITEMS. [Feom oub owv Correspondent.] It has been so long since you received any news from this locality, that no doubt you think we have all departed, but had you been out this way on Wednesday you would have found some of us, at least, very much alive. A hare drive was the cause of tbe stir, a start being made about 9.80. Hares and rabbits are numerous here, but notwithstanding tms iaci, vmy oocu teen shooters put in an appearance. At 12.80 a halt was called, when the shooters and drivers adjourned, to the residence of Mr. Joseph Wren, where a really splendid lunch had been pre pared by Mrs. and the Misses Wren, vho were ably assisted by Mrs. I. Reece. When the Rallies for the day had been. made up it was found that 200 hares and rabbits b»d ' departed this life ' and of this number B. M. Allen accounted for 37, J. Langdon 81, A. Ward 26, H. Ward 24 P. Goodman and H. W. Dean 22 each. Mr. ren purchased the bares at 2d per head. The weather still continues dry, only a few slight show...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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