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Obley Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] [?] hashad rnider notice ' of fencing in the playground. InrepJy,Xhave to inform it ap - pearsthat the school, tank is in need pf repairs. Hitherto ithas riot been „prac work. Arrangements have now, however, . been made to have the tank placed in good brder. I have to add that the mat ter of fencing has been deterred until the next visit of the District Inspector. That officer expert® tdStfiitrthe scnoolehortly. & H &c„ J. C. Maynaiu), tTMfr Becretary.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
N.S.W. Chamber of Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

M J. W, Cliiiini»er of Agriculture. Ws have received from the Secretary, Mr. J. J. Miller, a copy of the con- ! stitutio^ndralesiof the iJew South Wal^Ohamjber of ^Commerce . Copies tariesof local P.and A. Associations, engaged in husbandry in all ita vary ' ? ing branches throughout the State, the Pastoral and Agricultural T Societies' Union, at their annual ' conference, held in Sydney on 2nd April, 1902, for the good of our agriculture, our country, and our people, resolved as ! follows -*,*- . (l Moved htf Vice-President Oakden (Cobar), sebonded by Yice-lPresident Keys (Muswellbrook) : — 1 That this conference is of opinion that steps shoafd |»e tateetf by i-the Pastoral Sand Agricultural Societies' Union to estab * lish a Chamber of Agriculture for the State of New South Wales, whereby producers and thoWinterested in tb& development of tbe pastoral and agricultural resources of the country ~ - could become^ members of a great organisation - at a nominal annual membershi...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Munildra show. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] exhibitiontobel^ldon;L4toMf(6(na tion's Grounds(6 minutes' ^alk from the railway, station), on' Jft&oes§ty September 10th. The Aswoiatibn hT ; in a Bound finanoialpOBMpla, fishing nfl& Mf i}71 Oo .Ail anil ? 1ft under the following board of manage ment : — President, Mr. F. E.ChtoeobiU ; Vioe-PreBidents, Messrs. W. J.Catroll, j. E. Paddison and Phil Bubie ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Sir* 6. W. Griffith ; Executive Committee, Messrs. Hector Angus, E. 3. Allen, G. CaBsell, juh., Thos. Smith, E. Pike* |nn., Jas. O'Donnell and Reuben Gosper. PLOUGHING BVBlfXS. In Class A, £20 is offered in three prizes of £12, £5 and £8, for All comers' Double ? furrow Ploughing Match. v Class B. — The principal event is the Allcomers' Champion Double - furrow Farm Ploughing Matoh, the first prize being £20, second prize £10, and third £5. Other matches are the Allcomers' Maiden Double furrow Match of £10, District Amateur Double-furrow Farm Match of £6 and Allcomers'; Youths* Do...

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School of Arts Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] [?] The ball was ; prettily decorated with pines, eolors predominatihg), Chinese lan terns/ &o., and the floor in first class order. Mr. S. Russell-Watson sup plied perfect dance music, assisted by Mrs. Sairisbury, Mr. F. Foley acting as M.C. ? The supper was of the moBt recherche character and reflected the greatest credit on Mesdames Rae, Titberadge, Baker, Edwards, Bride kirk, Brodigan and Heffernan. Tbe tables were nicely decorated and set off to great advantage with choice flowers supplied free of charge by Miss Rogan, of Sydney. Tbe Committee are deeply grateful to the latter young lady for ber appreciated kindness. The floral decorations included roses, jonquils, hyacinths, violets, camelias, ferns,- &c. Mr. George Windred sup plied Several cases of cordials, for both Aduit and J uvebile Balls, and we have been asked to specially thank Mr. Windred for his generosity.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

We promise an ^ota8d'^^a^^^^^«r cieDt *-,;?. ?- ? . beoawwe^pgirt «!»?? ! ; ... ^ Milir?' a HAJ^'S3tBAS8-MO0NTED HAijFfTESTE& fi5D^®i|j»^uii sizfl» triple wire ? i,. ..-iv.'. j .?..» . £4 17 6 HALL'S BBDBOOM SUITE, viz., Wardrobe with plate-glass door £nd deep ] 1' drawer,. Puohess Chest of Drawers, with Glass attached, Marble-top ?| : Washstand,. Towel Bail|and Gane Chair ? ? ? ? ,„...... ? £7 17 6 HALL'S DINiNG.-BQOM' SUITE, Strpng'and Handsome, Large Couch, Pair of Easyq and 8iz Carved Back Cbnirs, in best leather cloth ? ? ? £6 10 0 HALL'S BAMBOO DBiWINGBOOM SUITE, with Rich Silk Plush CnshiooB, TekTable jandWhat^Npt.. ? ? ? - ? ? ? ? £5 5 0 Send for Handsome Catalogue— it's at the Office of this Paper. Country Orders Packed Free. A. HALL & COMPANY, 561 to 567, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. ' ? ' ? . |§|. Sit Down and Thiak it Oyer. ^ If yoo require) something suitable tor a Wedding Present or a Birthday Gift or any fancy nick-nack to adorn jour home you can get it chea...

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FINANCIAL RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] that ns'a result of the abdye functions M olong Scfrool of Arts wittb^neflt to the Extent j'v.- . 'y'.*--'

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CHILDREN'S BALL. The most successful ever held in Molong. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

CHILDREN'S BALL. Tbe most successful ever held in ' Molong. The following night (Friday) will long be remembered by the majority of Molong children — and for the matter of that by a large number of their parents and friends who had the pleasure of -being onlookers. It was the occasion of the Children's Ball, and we honestly congratulate the pro moters on organising what was without exception the most successful juvenile mafKaf«mrr hvai* KaM in gWVMVI.IUg W* UMW U«MW W*VI. UWU »U Molong. The attendant of children and spectators is estimated a{; fully four hundred, the hall being lined on either side by youthful dancers and their guardians — many were unable to obtain seating accommodation, the centre of the hall being kept constantly monopolised by promenading fairies and their neatly - dressed partners. Every available inch of stage room was used, the side wings having to be removed to find accommodation for over a hundred spectators who paid a shilling fee for the privilege of look...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A Crimean Veteran. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

A Crimean Veteran. / ' 0 ? We were shown tbe other day the dis charge papers, also a silver Crimean medal and Sevastopol clasp, issued on 26th July, 1856, to «Mr. Frederick Fairclougb, who has been a resident of Molong district for over 25 years. Mr. Fairclougb^ now aged 66 years, joined tbe navy when 18 years of age, and was attached to H. M.S. Apollo. He served right through the Crimean War without receiving a scratch, and took part in the famous seige of Sebastopol, for which be received a silver clasp in addition to tbe Crimean medal. .On receiving his discharge papers, which, by the bye, show that while in the service of his country his conduct was exemplary, Mr, Fair clougb came to Australia, add after making several trips across the Atlantic determined to settle hero. Mr. Fairelough is still hale and hearty, and has a vivid recollection of the battle scenes at Alma, Inkerman, Sebastopol, Ballaclava and other engagements during the Crimean campaign. Though many times tempted, ...

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Cudal Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

ciHiuarootiMiiiciuft#. A match was played at Cudal on Sat urday, when the local .team defeated Lucknow by 14 points to nil. . In the evening the visitors were enter tained at Taylor's Hotel . To-morrow (Saturday) the Cudal team journeys to Millthorpe.

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A Danger. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

A Danger. At the present time beef is an unknown luxury in many a bush home, the pre vailing price making it prohibitory, and it is right here that the one redeeming feature of the much-decried rabbit comes in. We are credibly informed that many families are largely subsisting on the scut-tailed Bunnies, which keep fat despite the drought. That being ' so, the wholesale poisoning of rabbits pre sents a real danger, as human beings eating a rabbit that has partaken of a poisoned feed will be affected. The Rabbit Board needs to display extreme 'caution in this regard.— Mudgee Post.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

-*ir i SPJj»I^ Wti'OBTER.) / K i ' To thoBe iiaye vainly jiWslo I tholt I intelleciB Avith jiiRtters beyond theirCogoi-A fiance, cnlightemneiitof understanding will , ' accrue from thofollowiiig hari'ative, winch comes from Mr. William ClftHte, of Chal der-street, Marrickville ? ? ' I was living six years agoin Wwt An tralia,'fcaid Mr. Clarke, 'and Ilia ve good reaBOH to remember that facty liecau?e It ' was there that I broke' dowii in liealiti from t a complaint whieh_l thought I wohW never get rid of. Thinking a ehaiige might do me good, I went to Mdliotirue, ami tfaeuto lngiewood ; but wherevir I went I til still ailing.' ? ' What from?*' asked our reporter. 'Congestion of the liver, audi. assure you VI suffered untold agonies with it. One doctor iu Melbourne put fourteen leeches on . my side to ease the pains, but the relief did not last long, and only returned with re doubled fury*. There.waa only one position * I could lie in, and that was on my back, yet even then I was not ...

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Prayers for the King. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Prayers for tlie Iking. The following was the beautiful prayer at the Great Synagogue, Syd dney, on Saturday morning last, the preacher being the Rev. J. Landau : — j Out of the depths we cry unto Thee, OLord. Hear our voice; let Thine ears be open to our supplication. On the day when we call answer us .speedily. . We beseech Thee, O Lord, in Whose hand is the life of every liv- j ing thing and the breath of all flesh, ; look kindly upon lay servant our Most . Gracious King and Sovereign Lord, j Edward VII, and support bim in Thy j grace upon bis. bed of sickness. Thou ! art He that doetb wondrously, who ! he&letb tbe broken Hearted, and bindetb up . thjjir wounds. Deliver his soul from death, his eyes from tears, his ! feet from falling. Heal all his dis- i cases, assuage his pain, that bis health ' may spring forth speedily. Thou that did send healing to King Hezekiah be gracious also unto our King, on whom : has fallen tbe splendid heritage of so ' immeasurable a trust, s...

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Local Land Board. DEPARTURE OF THE CHAIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

JLocal E-aii-l ltoai^^C~ DEPASTURE OF THE CHAIfiHAN. I Mu. C. E. Finch, Chairman of * the Local Land Board, intends talalgia six months' holiday and will leave ?shortly on a trip to England.1 Oil Wednesday a number of the publio assembled at Orange to wish Mr. Finch ' bon voyage.' Mr. T. S. Pearce, as the oldest man on the board, who had been on it from its inception after the '84 Act, said he had had every opportunity of proving bis friend as an administrator of the Act, and there were very few equal and none superior' to him. The legal interpretation of the Act had always fallen on Mr. Finch, and he could pay him no greater com pliment lhau refer to tbe fact that fewer successful appeals had been carried against Mr. Finch than against any other chairman of a land board. As a friend Mr. Finch was true and warm, and the longer he was known the greater he was respected and esteemed ; in fact, be might say he loved bim, and though at times differences of opinion had occurred, they wer...

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District Court. FRIDAY, JULY 4. Before His Honor Judge Docker. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

District Court. Fbiday, July 4. Befobe His Honor Judge Docker. Craig v. Carman — Mr. S. Kearney of Orange, for plaintiff, and Mr. L. S. Veech for defendant. This was an action to recover the sum pf £15 for two head of cattle sold by an agent named Brazier, acting for Carman, to one Craig, the beasts having been condemned as diseased. Carman pleaded not indebted. The evidence in tbe case was very voluminous, and it being our publication day we are unable to publish tbe details this issue.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Orange Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

OraiigeQuarter Sessions. At tbe Orange Quarter Sessions this week, before His Honor Judge Docker, Matthew Walker, Minister of tbe Australian Church, Lucknow, was charged that during the hearing of ca. sa. motion in the Orange District Court on February 7, be falsely swore that be had not received any payment from the Northern Insurance Company on account of a claim made under a policy of insurance. Mr. Reid, K.C., appeared for the accused. The evi dence for the Crown was that accused swore at the ca. sa. hearing that he had received no money from the insurance compahy in connection with the fire at bis house in September last. The evidence for the defence was that accused meant that he had received no money under his claim but that the company had made an ex gratia payment of £85 as an act of sympathy to his wife, who bad been very ill. The jury brought in a verdict of guilty with a strong recom mendation to mercy. Accused was sentenced to six months' hard labor in Bathurst gaol. Ed...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] Applications ate invited for position ? of day man to, the, local Council. An ounce; $f keep-your-mouth-shut is often worth a #ound of explanation. A total 'df £701)636 was expended . / on the .public education of Pf.S.W.,/ ' ? last year* - ?;( - According to the Queensland police, the buBbcraft displayed by the Kenniffs wife marvellous. It is expected that the Teraora , to Wvalohe -railwav will be commenced . » . vy-'jw — ?? «r in a few days. V' Mr. Jeremiah Bentley, who died reo^ntly at Orange, left behind him 60 living descendants. J: The population of West Australia on June 80 was 208,815, a gain of f' . 2164 for tHe month. ? Mr. Wragge says that the drought is due to the minimum period of the 1' sunspots becoming more pronounced. . Sydney has been declared a ' free port ' by the Board of Health, no case of plague having been discovered since June 12. |Mr. H. 0. Russell predicts : Fine * and mild during tbe day, foggy and frosty at nights, with east to north V east winds. El...

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Molong Lands office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] fere indebted to Bit. P. S. Murray Jjaifd Agent* for thefollo^1|fg^a^pS|j lars of revenue oollebte^^bi^^gail^ii-^ ended BOth June, 1902 : — ' ' Conditional Purchases ... 3402,12 ; 8 Conditional Leases . . . ; . 352 9/ 7 . Anqual Leases . . .. .. 55. ,0 0 'Other Leases .. .. .. 20 12 6 Homestead Selections . . 38 0 0 Auction Sales . . 447 13 3 Trarihfer fees ? ? 49 11 0 Other Land Collections .. 76 13 11 . C.P.S. Fees and Fines . . 21G 18 C Mining Collections .. 1 10 0 £4721 1 6 This amount shows an increase, as compared with the ' corresponding quarter of last year, of £613 4s Id.

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A Comp[?] on. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

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Abuse of a Concession. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Abuse of st Concession. — o — | It is reported that several instances j have arisen where bay has been con sigjned by forwarding agents from J southern districts for tbe metropolitan j market at the nominal rates for J starving stock. In the first case, it has been sent at tbe nominal rate to a station outside the metropolitan area, and then reconsigned by someone j wprkin'g in co-operation . with them, j for short distances at the ordinary rate to Sydney. The railway authorities nre taking steps to defeat this abuse, and ask those concerned to assist them by a strict observance of the conditions under which tbe relief rates have been allowed.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Brevities. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] [?] Ifi^E KVfnq«^earer 10 ? ' hospi surplus the, ^^^anouiiice§ '1)7ra» «ser ihos i ; ras concluded on Tueltlefy. ^ bold klpdtiber 1 ia MoloDg on ttifi 'date Lq^g-j* oorotiatitjn. Watsop, jdentist, pi^c^ of -his ! rains betweea June 14 .JPjBMee,' .-12. sky fiboultlers. tie ' ed died of lockjaw. ih'aw. tb&t ot tbe ^ntingeDls land were tri'ed by court tbe inbrease io tbe nuijiber I& tSvo Scc&plecl a tender vans at a cost of about pd M . gutter was , ter :'ijs 'ali;* wallaby drive at Corunna, a, yOD Tuesday, a boy atyi 6ole was accidentally B of tbd party and died .rds. » prefer bard work to, a at' times. They would i girl of 18 years, weigh to one of 18 months, ^r«,v. ? , ?e Dr. Koch's theory that is transmissable from i human beings Dr. f jfaris, has1* inoculated i consumptive matter from patented a bitless I possesses a button which | the horse's frontal bono ins ate pulled, and it is new idea is more effectual }r stopping a horse. : -eech put into tbe han...

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