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

5he Recommends Chamberlain's ; Cotfg^i Re^n/edy. ? I , have 1 inied fG^i^b^riaih's Cough .Remedy for a number of years and have v-»medylJf6r; -wu^h?ti^®®h4.!bronpIhave not words ^ss my confidence in this Remedy.

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

Pigeon Jlatcli. The £15 pigeon match, organised by Mr. J. Heffeman, was shot off in Mr. Q. C. Betts' paddock on Wednesday. There was no scarcity of birds, and the latter had the best of it owing' to a heavy westerly wind blowing all day. A number of bookmakers were present from Orange, and en-, livened the proceedings considerably, l*««t rrrn vnkatkAM fViau linh the pockets of the shooters very much. The match attracted 15 entries, and re sulted in a win for Harry Woolbank (Molong) and S. Leahey (Orange) who divided with nine kills each. Several sweepstakes were subsequently shot off, Like Hoges (' The Boy ') and W. Sharp dividing. J. Carman ('* Cargo ') won tbe double-rise Bweepstakes, without registering a miss. The day's shooting was most enjoy able, and, we are glad to hear, was satisfactory to tbe promoter. Mr. J. McGroder, junior, acted as scorer, Mr. 0. Tanner as trapper, and Mr. Luke Hughes as referee, the pro ceedings ending without a hitch. Besults - Handicap— £15. H. Wool...

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

, CjJl'fiD without respect to persons. t ^ / JAMBS LEE. OUR AGENTS. . Z^fO^ES _ il»tM0K)N0 Aaaos may be ^BD1B8 «*«rt-tedvmth ^EA.TNES8 and, '?J ?%-'j''?C .'- '?'? *'*''' \t '!' -.??'? ' : ««*8ebotethe address— ;- . . SADDUBB, I:; JblibiXrigarv & Sons 0? '? Pork,'' &c., at the ABtaa3$ Goodsalwaya on hand. ? -7 ? y:VjB^J^e^^^yeo;to.all orders. . _ are j , ^napjloyed. - i A U oHkrs are executed tin the Premises, iob where a-eelectioh lean be made from . »lt. classes of Goods of the' most -modern Srnfc Ihavfi.npw in stock a Splendid tment of Materials suitable , lor the ntBeason, and can turn pat in . first '. \: '. \ | Trousers, from 17s 6d , ''* Suits, from ... £3 3s ? Bemepber, l am jJthe only Practical Tailor in town| I give a PerfecfFit, and guarantee ? ; all Goops fl^ell-shrunk and all Garments Hand-made. . Those desirous of obtaining a / Cheaper olass 61 Clothing MH fsimilar to thatsuppUedbylocal ?. Pii-i&*re than any other House in towln. ? Another advant...

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

'New Cabinet fet . P ' ? ; . 1 ? Table Machine. Agency: BANK STREET, MOLONG. F. SYDENHAM, Representative* ! | aOstraiias I ifeisT S MUSIC UNDER VICE.REQ*C 5 PATBOM AG^ ; , ? c ' PIANOS, ?11 ORGANS, ||| MUSIC, || ?andr{M^m:- M |Hfe Mmia^ \ '? II ;:pjyiiietil 1 i — ? ? 1 I High Grade I I Low Prices j «*- 1 Latest Styles 1VIOLIN8. OORMm I , BANJOS. GUITARS. J MANDOLINS.FLUTES.J ^ ACCORDEON8.FIFES.1 BAtiO MSTflUMEMTS. ] 11 FREE CATALOGUES- t| ' Iffll \w. n. Ogll IN ft £!£ CO., tm, jf I |^^==r 338 fiEOKCE 81., mWBU^ _ % TT AS much pleasure in thanking the Public of Molong and dibtriot for the liberal^ ^mm : ;JLJL- patronage accorded him since he commenced business- Fot ' the present Feativa Season the' Shop bas been re-stocked with a complete' and varied M|crtinent'of ? ' *» H51 - Toys jind Novelties. - - ffl DOLLS IN GREAT ? . New Year Cards - 'IM ifanifri# ' Fancy ^oaps ,4SH VAnlt 1 1. Tobacco, Cijrars & Cigarettes , ' JET 9 ©rnammts. | . .. . 'Wk J[ 3hirrSftlc(st Sleeve Unks ^...

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

[?] [?] doubt^l^rali tbe boards^ thoach . ., jbew-: v%iahoS5ir ?- Ifc^ls ..':wi'U::-:be ;^ompose3 w'feiglit (8) direotors, so tbe '^hole thing seems to j^^ in embryo, ilth a fresh elecfcion in perspeotiive. j«l acfei8 bronght ioto proper opera tibflj bnt it seems as if an exception is about to be made In this instance. !

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

inisleiidfiig JVames. IRISH stew is a dish never seen in Ireland. . Catgut is not the gat of cats, bnt of sheep.. Kid gloves are not kid, but are made of lamb or sheep skin. , Black leaa'does not confoih a single particle of 'lead, bat is composed of oatt^n and iron. Turkish baths ore hot of Turkish origin. Brazilian grass does not come from Brazil, or even grow in Brazil, nor is it oraaa nf oil T4. AAnMefe a£ »v «hm;; wuinoiw VX JH41{I9 VI |/ollU leaf, and is chiefly imported from Cuba. Whalebone is no^bono at all, nor does it jjtwisess any properties of bone. It is a substance attached to the lower jawof tbe whale, and seems to straia tbe water wh£ch |Ke creature takes up in large mouth fuis. Sealing-wax ia not wax at all ; nor does it contain a single particje of wax. ? It is made of shellac, Venice turpentine, and : cinnabar. . 3.H.B\, Toogotig.: — Stamps received safe#. r'^ %h .? Murray, C.P.B., 'bas ? re-. ^lC%iSjDgoii'r. Iff; ft . Two men bave b^en sentenced to tbree months a...

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

[?] ? at Jarge.^ ; . ^t»4 ;B|ilitary 'Hall to-: *frer$&e mine itpfosidn at Mount ^blasyeste^y,. j. . close . on: Wed&^diay, 6th August. Ai?jSBS^M'i^S^iS^'' Mabildra on ? ' at wttfe} - .. ? otttibfaortti-WMtim Bt&tione. :? - j;; j ^ Brid^ewate^ bridge should have BaldfmxigerystiU keeps up. its repu tation lor matrimonial ventugss. iQueens-; land btfsbralngerB/'now proceeding. In plaoea ^ out i^ck ' pumpkins are ^lli^ l^db^h^^^iUu^gs each. '' in] '*#6# vi-'r ; Mt. Wmv Edw^s, bake^ &c.; jb&s' 'j^ifciser Opposite tbe1 CoratoereiftiBatik. !| special trains from Molong to the! Forbes Show on Wednesday and; Thursday* next.v . i+ j iA j' y, Strange ! Captain * Wellington is Five thousand pairs of fcurkejs are wapiti by Mr. R. A. Finch, «f Cam sock.; Tbatfs ft pretty l&i'gfj^order. idr. JP. F. A. Kinna intends making4 extensive additions to bis private residence. ' ? ' Inconvenience caused by drains blocking the railway crossing again complaine...

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

Sliot Wheat. Ma. J. E. Ho abe, J.P., of Geurie, bas been making experiments with wheat, tbe result of which should be of considerable importance to many farmers. Tbe wheat had been sown, and the recent small rains had caused a green shoot. Dry weather interven ing, the shoot died off, and in many places farmers have re-sown their land believing tne grain to nave been destroyed. Mr. Hoare took up a balf busbel of tbis wheat, dried it thoroughly in the sun, and re-sowed it and watered it, with the result that it is now growing strongly. He in tended re-sowing 600 acres, but has now altered bis mind, and intends waiting tbe s weet pleasu re of the long-: promised rain. To farmers with large plot9;0f liind, which would run into money iop re-sowing, the experiment is 'wp|:tb every consideration.— Wellington Gazette. . ' 4 , . . . ...

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

Mew ftoadei. It is intended to open part of road froin Eulamore Creek to Eugowra, within Portion 8, parish Goimbla, county Ashburnham, Land District of Molong. For this purpose a portion of land ocoupied by Mr. Robert Kennerson will be resumed. Also, part of road from Goolagong to Canowindra, through Portion 84, narifih Nananii. countv Ashhnrnlin.m Also, part of road from Molong to Wellington, through allotment No. 2, section No. ' 40, within suburban boundaries of town of West Molong, parish Molong, county Ashburnham (within the Municipality of Molong). 2r 25p of land owned by Trustees of the late Hon. John Smith will be re sumed for the purpose. '

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Suicide at Goolagong. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Suicide at €U-oflagoiig. AN-inquest was conducted at fGoola gong on Thursday, touching the death of Mrs. Gfeorge Payne. The evidence adduced went to show tbat the. un fortunate woman succeeded in procur ing a quantity of arsenic from a neighbor. When seized with the fatal spasms she confessed to her husband that she had partaken of the poison. Dr. Foley having given medical testimony in corroboration of death b6ing due to arsenical poisoning,- the jury found that the deceased met her death from poison, self-administered.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Later Particulars. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Later Particulars. SYDNEY, Friday. It is surmised that 250 men were in the mine before the explosion, the locality of which is' believed to be the old workings in No. l district. - ? , The men were coming out inhalfra dozea, but there still remained some 150.. Inspector Bates is among those in the mine, being on' a visit of inspection at the time of the disaster. About 95 men have so far been rescued, most of whom were suffering from the effects of after damp. . All available medical men left in haste for the scene of the explosion, and the Minister for Mines also proceeded thither by special train. The scene at the pit's mouth is one of indescribable confusion, thousands of tons of stone, bricks, iron; timber and remnants of skips being mixed up. George Weston, a fireman working at the engine at the moutb of the pit, was knocked down and pinned to the ground by the si n:un pipes and connections. He ws extricated from his perilous position by .the head engineer. Weston s mate was bl...

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Terrible Mine Disaster. HUNDREDS OF MEN ENTOMBED. INDESCRIBABLE CONFUSION. BODIES DISMEMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] [?] an d all the tuntiela are blpcked. . , : A' later report received from tbe mine states that tbe moutti of the tunnel has coUapscdvand tpatgreatvolmnes or smoKe are issuing from the mine. ? It is thought that many mihprs may bave escaped by means of tbe air/shafts. A relief party is going - down. There haa been no communication with the inside -of the mine since tbe (explosion, but it is . known that 200 men and boys at least .are entombed. . . Parliaiment adjourned on receipt of the news ofjthe dreadful calamity. Mr. Sogers, Manager of the Mount j Kembla Colliery,, was at a , sittings of the | Arbitration Court when the new8*arrived, . ind Judge Cohen thereupon adjourned the Court. ' ? '

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

Tiie I&ej® ? r/TCr . %§? Bank Street, Molong, IS THE C^aW^ itliSE IN THE DISTRICT WIJBUEAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. ? 336 ? Enamelware and Glass-ware. NOTE THE ADDRESS : OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. Wool. Produce. Grain. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO,, LTD., SYDNEY. ACT AS SELLING BROKERS ONLY. Consignors are Absolutely Protected under a Clause in tbe Memorandum of Association of this Company. WOOL. Commission for Selling is Three- Quarters (f) Per Cent. /(Including Receiving into Store, Fire Insurance, Weighing, Lotting, Repacking Sample Bates, v&«VTrnmr«A Advertising, Cataloguing, Ac.) on Wool Bealis WAJttiavUaufUs jging over 6d per lb. tbe charge will be . . . . 3s 9d per Bale On Wools realising 6d and over4d per lb . . . . 2s 6d per Bale On Wools realising 4d per lb and under . . Is 6d per Bale Perfect System of Weighing. Way Bills Sent on Application. ? — i — 0 ? Produce. SALES of SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, MARSUPIAL SKINS, Ac., ...

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Those Bushrangers. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Those Bushrangers. To the JEditor of the Akgus. Sib, — In your last^ issue I noticed a paragraph *t6lheeffect that jSteve Hart and Dan Kelly, members of tbe bid Kelly Gang, had 'served tinder assumed names .in the Boer War and intended returning to Australia. This is a doubtful story, or rather pure fiction. Old hands still bave a recol lection of the Kelly's buBhranging days. In 1880 the gang were dis persed at Glen rowan, where Ned Kelly was captured and subsequently hanged. The remaining deBDerados ware either ? ? ? o ? tr ? ? ? shot or burned in the building. Steve Hart and Dan Kelly perished in the flames, and tbe present is tbe first time I have heard the question of their sup posed escape raised. — Yours, OLD HAND.

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[?]ing Dingoes. A SUCCESSFUL METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

[?] [?] fat warm^into tb© w6mi|atound ihe throat andjlown : drpp a liberal Sj^I|MPi|ft^dttMl strychnine.^ Ife fiMp^SErom the paddooktbe ' j^lii&g in . Select five' or ih^&^f :thesatne ^flock ; treat as above andpUttHemback. As many as four dbgis ^ave been got in sight of one pdiiap^ sbmplnlled by them.

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Balderodgery Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 1 August 1902

Balderodgery Wedding. Another pleasing event, for which the rising district of Balderodgery is now famous, took place at All Saints Church on Monday last, when a young man of good qualities and ap- pearance from Cowra took a young and attractive daughter of one of the most esteemed residents of the place to wife.                   Mr. Amos Francis came from Cowra   and claimed his affianced, Miss A. J. Wilcox, ward of Mr. R. Brien. Both parties to the union showed every sign of happiness in their mutual choice, and prospects of future bliss. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. J. Alldis (Rector of the parish). The bride was given away by Mr. Brien, her foster father, and appeared neat in a well-suited wedding costume. Her bridesmaid was Miss Emma Francis, sister of the bridegroom, while Mr. Allan Bryant, of Cowra, acted as best man. The church was neatly c...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]ors. [?] MANILWINDRA [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

^^^^MMmBa|gB^g^H«^^^^5a ^m. [?] the victim. It VppeArs that Couch hmmmmmtmm *heg »n care w^^^aenly exploded, the charge en^ps| li&'fDOt. ' It was siibsegtienljly - fonnd-necessary to ampqtftte one of ; ing of b^ffliners* Home Hotel by a ^ ^^J^M^ School of Arts 00 ?T wiSj^WHNN^|^ne^T*B| speaking of Dr. 3Bte^ggw:^«'tt wiii b# s^fi there . fbro iha^biQ efforts on behalf of bis cotilifitttt^jlibiTe ^-rne good fruit, and we bongMtplate him on and thank blfeB^ioribe -energy be displayed on , tb& behalf.'

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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

FORBES. Mb. C. St. Ba^ee, J^P., formerly a Mayor|of Forbes, died in Sydney last Atntort time ago Mrs., Doalmamvas fined 'mt at the lotal Police Court for sellinj liquor wittig|iitia licenBeilr^he eviden » showed that W husband bad ? :-ai»p A|p %!^8|B^oi ^ftie Warfdo iK^ianJlsltaii ^e^cpntinned felling f lqnorv oeyona ine-; xnree monens ai ^w^d I without baving the license |bt|iSnsf4rred to herself .' ijXt'pri jes Civic Fathers are breaking Ineir record with 'no quorum' .' ' ' |beetkgs. ' ''-. - ?.?;?? ? ^ ?' ? . . f ^Nbn 3 of the loca,l ^candidates were successful in passing the junior ex Pa ion. le Warroo-bred mare Scarlet ae):, by Haunt Brion — White , lias been disposed of for £100. m me of the new owner has not / transp red, but it is rumored the mare is about to join the yanks of the ponies. Mr. I John S. A-llen has been ap pointed as Inspector of Forestry for this dMrict. Mr. Allen comes to F6rb|^with a4arge experience in tim bers, gained chiefly on the coast, and his appointm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

Agency ; BANK STREET, MOIiONG. _ F. SYDBNHAM, Representative. ^ ' \ ? ? ' . . - : l/. ? . ? __; ? ,. ? * — . ? r ? . ? ' . ? / _ ~- -' ? , 0Wlfi}(SI?lBl (PATENTED.) I You want to know all about ' g| PALING'S VICTOR PIANOS. 17. i They contain eveny im- ^^J ? provement of value . i ^ I § Theyare specially built ' if j I I to our order for all j -m -? ^53otJ climates, ??mmxaR'' v x They are made of the j — ''?'r* C| very best material by A I - i skilled mechanics. v ul - ^j^J Extended iron frames, —i WIH ? exceptionally, strong. s . i — -i- T'*! Cased in figured walnut, |Li J j elegant in design. PI , IcsshbJ The BEST VALUE of any \ r i | Piano in the market 'at the j , | jpyl- Price, #vJ \j\ Call or send for CJ I L^J CATALOGUES FREE. '^£;,'fi ' ?? ? r v a EASY TERMS, | ' :,^ v|' ?' ;E PAUJfQ & CO., uJM 338 deorge Street, SYDNEY. HAS much pleasure in thanking the Public of Molong an^l district f«-r the liberal patrdoage accorded him since he opinmebced business. For v the prise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

Remarkable Incidents. About two years. ago (says the Hawkes bury Herald) a cow belonging to Mr. B. Ryan, of Pitt Town Bottoms, was getting chocked when the owner ran with a broom and endeavoured to tbrust the handle down the animal's throat. The handle broke and a piece about two feet -long passed down the cow's throat. -. For some time after the cow was very sick, and it was feared she would die ; she, however, rallied and got as well as ever again, but no sign of the broom handle was seen until last week, when it pro-, truded from the beast's side. It was extracted, and; with the exception of being very smooth, was unaltered. The cow is as well as ever again, A few weeks ago a dog belonging to Mr. S. F. H. Lane; manager of the A.J.S. Bank, Molong, swallowed a short steel skewer, bolting it with a piece of meat. The other day a large lump was noticed on the animal's back, and an investigation disclosed the pointed end of the steel protruding. It was impossible to remove the skewer,...

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