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

Something That WiU Do You t Qood. We know of no way of which we cap be of more service to qur readers than^ to lU^eVf som«thi»B that wlH b-bf real good to them. For this reason -w-mni- to acquaint them with wh^e W*$£ one of the very befit remedies on IS ket for coughs, colds, and that'alrmuS comphtmt, croup. We refer SmShe? lain* Cough Eemedv. We hSS^Sdit with such good results in otir JS£ h?ng that it has become ahousehSSeoS ^?L1 £y its prompt nBe we iEnlb^nv doubt but that it has time an SfSm SS v*nted -:roup. The teBtimon\^iSSS upon oar-own experience] and ^bImS ^ ^ that our readers, especwUw f~ffiffi$m3l; *' ???* tneir homes as aBafegu^^akniiiiffil^^iit? ?-.; J ;? ?

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Molong Fossils. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

Moloiig Fossils. ? ? u— Recently Mr. C. Cullen, an officer from the Sydney Museum, spent several weeks in Molong ' District searching for fossils, being assisted in his interesting work by Mr. J. W. Williams. A splendid collection was* got together, weighing over a ton. lhis week we were shown a letter from Mr. Cullen stating that the BbUection had been scientifically examiti^d- in Sydney and justly prondttnecjd supBrb. One coral specimen obtained at Boree 6n,Mr.L. N. Smith- propertj was singled out as a gem of th^^rsit^tet and photographed to be sent to all the ' i scientists in the older coun trleB.' It is 4| of a rare variety and will be a valuable ' '1 addition to the Museum collections. ^ ?'?????'? :.?-...- .... «' .

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

The residence of Thomas Driscoll was destroyed by fire last week. Playing against Sussex, Noble put up a score of 284 runs. Do you know that J. E. CAMPBELL (late of Singer Company) has opened a Store in Bank-street, opposite the Commercial Bank ? Give the new man a trial.* During a wallaby drive in Quean - beyan district on Saturday a man named George Phillips was shot dead. Two deaths occurred at Stuart Towp on Sunday — Mrs. Kate Mole and Mrs. Ellen Fleming, both aged 86 years. Important and Eeliable News— That yon can obtain a Nickef Keyless Moeri Lever Watch, nonmagnetic, railway, dial, cases screw together, and ft guarantee for one year, all for 20s at E. BLACK ADDER'S, Jeweller, 'Molong. At the annual meeting of ,Canowin dra P. & A. Association on Saturday, the Seqr|j^ry| MR 4J:. J. Finn, was voted a* bonus of £20. The balance sheet showed a debit balance of £114, ...'- 1;-.*--wV'Ti'{.Tj£'.'S''jr5'r?'-v. .?'??'' '! i.1 . . The Premier Mills in the West. Steam Saw Pisixx...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

mmmmmmm** ^mm*^, ? % WALTHAM and ROTHEBHAM Lever Watches. Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. aLl sundries in stock. Try one of my RltciiniMtfc* RlllgS for Rheumatism. 8s each. Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s -fc§ Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, 13s, and 25s. ' Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, Boiled Gold, ana Solid Gold. Spectaeles from Is to 85s. All Latest Designs in Brooches. GOLD LINKS, any Design from 12/6 pair Large Stock of Pretty Charms and Gold Grosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding & Keeper Rings Try one of vn /'renowned NICKEL. Watches atf 21s. Lever Movement and non-mag at tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12a 6d, 17s H IE. BLACK' A PIDIEaiR,

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

Mr. Wheeler dot Rid of His fchciUniatisTi ' During the winter of 1898 I was bo lame in my joints; in fact all over my-' .body, that I could hardly hobble around, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, s ^rom the first application I began to get well, and was cured and have worked steadily alltheyear.— -R. Wheeler, Northwoodj ;:-Sjri, US,, :jU'. For sate by H. W. MaWrd, Chemist, Molong. 1 '.?.??-*£*.-?%-':-: ' :'? -..v, .???.?'? ? Used It 2© Years When My System Was Run Don. Wtan I Wat Weak and Misled. Wher, ] Codd nelftar Eat nor Steep. /^|i^§i§Sj^|k ***? F' w- DuRieu, of CoUingwood, ,«§P^^^^^^^^^fck Victoria, sends us his pfiotograph and \ ma 1 1 _ 'I certainly ought to know about Ayer'* - Vft 1 \ | Sarsaparilla, for I have used tt over 80 I JB» m__ ^ { Ij, years. My faith in it is greater today than /Vvw -^^^ ^%£§*L mi ever- I am anxious to tell every one of its lj|Or ^7 'c~' }|j||i blood-purifying power and lt» value as a I WQk iflJIli remarkable preventive of disease...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

(^^HHl.-nn-. [We|.-J(j^|iMi?3&ec^8aijly endorse opibions -:j

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Great Destruction of Native Animals. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

The Great Destruction of Native TotheEd^prbf the Abgos. ? Sm^In your i88ue of tbe 1st instant W, Sp^i ^Cliriiehas a letter on the destruction of marsupials. Bte is ev|dently trying to create a sentiment ? against their destruction, and from the way he puts it there is no doubt that towoBpeople. will go with him. ? Then in a short time we will find that an Act bf Parliament has raised what are really, j»ests into the status of useful' animals. But Mr. Clarke's figures are all wrong as well as being incomplete. He does not give the cost of rearing £ kangaroo. In its wild state there 'can be no doubt it costs as much to rear a kangaroo as to rear a sheep. The kangaroo is useless until it is shot or trapped and its skin taken off, while a sheep may have given several clips of wool dur ing the time that the kangaroo has been growing and waiting to be shot. From a scientific point of view the preservation of all types of life is commendable, but from a practical point of view the sooner t...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Methodist Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

[?] 3S^^er|^#BCommodate ibeinewajs-: ing tjongregation at the' MetboolUfc Church, Molpngi important alterations haVe been made in tbe internal ar- / range,menis of the ch urcb, giving increased seating accommodation for about jau persons. Tbe old platform has been extended and fitted up with seatB for the choir, giving room for 16 singers besides organ. This will not only set several seats free on tbe floor of the church but will raise tbe choir above the congregation and thus render their singing more effective. We understand that some two dozen new Hymn books have been obtained by the stewards for the use of visitors. The net cost of materials has been subscribed by members of the con gregation, while the labor has been given free by Mr. Edwold Candish. °0° Tbe services next Sunday will be of a special character, morning and evening. It has been decided to con duct the Coronation service in the morning. At this service the Coron ation hymn sheets will be used, in cluding Kipling's...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sale of Improvement Lease. Land District of Molong. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

[?] „ l-a^JWl^^*iiiii^ the undermentiDnea* Vi&qmSmifo wiU j,e on%^ior^^^^; Land Agent,- ^?^^ol%^i;?e-m;?!:^;.^|h September, ?i-®iffit-&?Msij^K$£' years.: --? County Anhta-»nnBih i^r ish Goimbla, .- i«ai#ait^|iliS Thr^maesewterlv'froriVM^ir:; f^m^h^fo^ri^oa^ii^^^^-^ ,? small :mm00mW^^^^ 400-acres^^^^oniv%!^^SI: '? timber 01^18^166,^^1^^ ^ stringybaj^, ieonbatk, «»^i^Sr and gmnf , no tiaturai Ma^^^pM and soiliwJo sandy to i^sSl^f^^S^ in tanks praams. Hai^^bWj: r inches per WJnom;^Bal*ite;V|)iiTe^ and marsupials ©aaj, fi ?

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

[?] A day's rifle shooting takes place to-morrow. ; ;0% Prime wheat is almost unobtainable in South Australia. ? ? -:-v ? Last month , 19 patients wfere admitted to Orange Hospital, of whom five died. -: The daily average number of pris oners confined in Dubbo Gaol during 1901 was 80. It is desired to extend old age pensions to the blind. Tbeir's are deserving cases. The Minister for Agriculture favors a tax being imposed upon stallions, in the hopes of improving breeds. Excursion tickets will be issued from Molong on Saturday, 16th instant, for Parkes Races. Bee advt. Mr. Chas. Scott (' Talpa ') visited the district during the week as repre sentative of The Atjstbala'sian. We may expect some interesting articles. Mrs. J- Rogers is, we are glad to learn, recovering from an attack of pneumonia. As a result of the Eembla disaster there have been left 82 widows and 122 orphans. Amended timber regulations were gazetted on Wednesday, to take effect from 1st July. A man named Millman was ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

3. E. CAMPBELL'S new ' Five Medal ' Tea. Is 6d per lb: Try it I* Last-year kangaroo skins valued at £75,000, waUaby skins £50,000, and opossum skins $39*000/ were placed upon the Sydney market.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

iHBOT wmm mmm ?.^^j^jgHSS^'. bagging thrlrst snipe ditttie season. -.?c^wy- ? Both Ipi doctors have decided to. disftw^filwiheir weekly visits to Oudal ^oc^ Stores will remain open to morrow (public holiday), but will jplose all day on Wednesday next. Custom* . TheKiog has sent a message of sympathy to tfte relatives of the men who were killed in the Kembla disaster. We ftre^requeBted to state that Mr. Stephen jail preach at fied Hill next Fn-|ay^evening ; instead of -Thursday Arrangements are being made for a tennis match to be played at Cnmnook next Wednesday, between teams repre senting Molong and Cumnock. ButeeU'fl forecast :— Generally fine except for clouds and a shower or two in the south ; variable winds westerly. Parkes Show on Wednesday and Thursday next. Cheap excursion tickets will be issued from Molong and intermediate stations. At Homebush saleyards yesterday prime merino wethers sold to 28s, extra to 82s ; prime crossbreds to 26s, extra to 40s. Prime cattle scarce, , ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

LOST, on 1st instant, on road from Molong to Killenbutta, a Brown Overcoat. Finder will be rewarded on returning to this office. SITUATION wanted by lad 14 years age, smart, good education, excellent references. — Apply to Mrs. Morley, c/o J. (x. Sberringbam, (Jumuock. WANTED to place a Lad, 18 years of age, on a Farm or Station ; bas bad 12 months' experience. Apply J.B.H., * C/o. Molong Abods. TAKEj^OTICE. ANYONE found TRESPASSING in the Burgoon Paddocks, and dis turbing weak stock, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. JOHN BRUCE. Parkes Races. /'I HEAP Excursion Tickets will be \J issued to Parkes for the RACES on SATURDAY, 16th instant, available for return until Monday, 18th instant. J. G. WESTON, Sec. Parkes Jockey Club. Public Notice. FROM the 8th instant and onwards, the regular weekly visits to Cumnock and Cudal will be discontinued by the undersigned. DR. M. VEECH. DR. J. REIACH. 6th August, 1902. A FREE ? m JUVENILE BALL! WILLr BE HELD IN THE CUMNOCK HALL — ox— ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cumnock Chips [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

cu|Miiw^;!J^(|ii^ ? [FaoM our own ICb^ESppjnJiNT.] -tol the sanieold cry— po^in F«nd not much likelihood. ' SgipISS are almost of daily ':?*&$$$$?&&? stock, grass and crops arrsufieriiiir - ^ Mr. George Wii^^a^ in business here on Weanesday as baker fruiterer, &c. No doubt the ^naw man ' will »ot ui, _vL_: .i .-... — -- -: -.. 6«u uio ounce oi nnoiic support. ??'??- ??? :-.*r?!r- ??: i Pn^unday Mr. Finlay^ iiissioner from India, conducted^r^eg^eS'ln ' conjunction with the B^ W %-fie? J^wa8*^^«ong%i«bt:liCrI ' JinJay gave an add^Bs# tyTti$$iiZ Wcrk id- India,' illu|tra^b^^ oioa^l lantern^iewi ^mfis&mZ lecture^ at B#rne^6j|Wl6iS %$» to aiarge, andUpce *«# v ?$hb iectureswere ite^Umti&ffiffi ?mubh^re|iatea.;.^ /?'-???Ov^&Wfc*''- onlednesday «OLCanowlb^:^|^^; t J

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

Debilitation. A PERFECT RESUSCITATION. H» Cat* «f Mra. A, MANNA*. (roa tat 'nun.') II !? an indisputabls fact that if ssnslblt measures are taken in time many of the evils to which we are subject can be counter. acted. Conclusive proof of this ia fur* oished by Mrs. Ada Hanoatn, of Church street, North Parramatsa, who, on being interrogated by our reporter, replied : ? ' If I had not adopted the msatnres I did, I fear to think what might have hap. ptnsd, for I was just in that weak condi tion which materially help* all aorta of diseases to lay hold of people. It is. when there ia no vitality in the body to assiat in warding off the prevailing ?mdtmtas that the lives 'of the feeble are lost, and for that reason alone— quite independent of the misery attached to being alck from day to day — is u a highly important matter to keep np one's strength.' 'But aome folks consider that yen can' not always do that,' said the writer. ?? Ah ! but I know different to that, for I was once ao weak ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

SQ|l^g%i^^i:--fi'-r-V^;i^:'^ t ^^MWs * **? * s-.F'-S.^f. *...'? ''? ' '~^.- *-, ?;. ? . ;; ~'^;^r^jj|l i*AisFi''53ij'*'3k^P^i^tiS~ ?%,' ? r. 7 ''t^Sl uta4^Ch^EfimSiSf t * * _* ' ^ *i££ f ^» ti^ tf h. '» '-^w ?? . ??wr ? -_ ? ? -. -?- j_ -- P-v *'»-,.? ?? '..* ??=, ? X' ? ?* 4-. pggj^pSjfi ' '' l^m^Ml^^^i^^^^':^^B^ffWfM^ ^'% : |e e&cted- ; by ^Iciasing j-RAfejiRY^:: CLOllHlifGrr ^O6^S .and' ' ' ' % ?'-. j^^^^^^a^ss^mmSem^'-im9mm^:: , , .' shoes, grogbiry, ironmongeex, cbogkek^, ' ^ ? ;:' :. ?-. ''. ???' T^-'^l^i^y^iS^^'-^ ' - ?''-?,?-? -:' '??????????-?? ':: ? ??-? .????'' ? FUK$ITUB3E, fe., during Ms -./'' ?-'*—.. .- . ? :' ??? f ?||S||ri , i i'or Price? and All Particulars see eircnlara. ^)rdets by ^ Post receive Special and Prompt Attention. / :V ^§l^on Brothers, Central Providers^ Orange- ;. the Dunn lift. Jl. * NADS OF STOL. ^ffBHEjH ^ j ? Automatic 1 * I1! |l i » - Adjostable I U II Safe! 1 |g . Abiolute I E 8 , ft , Let go the rope, the lever ^Hv doc* tha rwt. W -' E R...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rabbit Inspector and the Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

Rabbit Inspector and toe Rabbit*. ? n ? A Paling Yards correspondent writes : — Babbits are very numerous here, and strange to say that while farmers are doing everything possible in their power to exterminate the pest, the large graziers in our midst don't seem to trouble themselves, though their paddocks are swarming. Surprise is expressed at the absence of the Babbit Inspector. [Since the Babbit Act came into force on 1st May last, the position of Babbit Inspector bas practically ceased. The P. and S. P. Board appointed Mr. Bankin for 12 months, and although the Babbit Ace coming into force annulled his powers as Inspector, the Board aforesaid are responsible to him for his salary until that term expires. —Ed. A.]

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A Smooger." [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

?* A Smoogrer.' v ? Policemkn are supposed to be familiar with slang, but when Constable Craw ford was asked in the Melbourne Criminal Court the other day what ' smooger ' meant, he had to confess his ignorance. ' I have often heard it,' he told Mr. Forlonge, in reply to a Question. ' but I can't sav I know what it means.' Mr. Forlonge, when he had recovered from bis surprise, informed the officer that the word meant ' an oily-tongued scoundrel.' Etymologically analysed, counsel further explained, ' smooger ' literally meant 'smooth jaw,' because 'smoo' means ' smooth,' and ' ger ' means 'jaw.'

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette Notices. INVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

Gazette JVotlces* — \j — KRVOCA.TIOS OV TESQ'ORAKY UESKRVE. Land District of Molong. Within the village lands of Maoildra. Part of camp ing reserve 2,022; notified 24th March, 1884. County of Ajshburnham, parish of Dulladerry, village of Manildra, contain ing an area of - about 4 acres 3 roods 8 perches. That part within ihe bouudaries of section 50 and lane intersecting, — as shown on plan catalogued M. 7-2,231.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Monday's Train Service. ALTERATION OF DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902

nonday'i Train Service. ? ALTEEATION OF DAT. We have received an intimation from the Chief Traffic Manager to the effect that the 9 a.m. mixed train from Molong to Orange on Monday will in future ran on Thursdays. The alter- ^ ation has been made in oonsequpnoe ^ of the. Orange Stock Sales being now held on Thqrsday instead of Monday as hitherto.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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