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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
^H^mhm^SS^^m^i'^oBk sale 4 *C i*&m$^£K$ffim&*- *U other Ftfm Pr6aoDe',4r^niplM. with prices, sent' $£ ^ ^^jgj*||pgpft^r - ? f A WONE.t^ht Fishing or otherwise Xj-' . Trespiaatog In hm- Larras Lake : or EnrimbU paddocta I'WCiL BE PE08E OtfTED without respect to persons. JAMES LEE. OUR AGENTS. /'COPIES of the Molong Abous may be \J obtained from the following Agents : — MOLONG- J. G. DONALDSON OUDAL-GtSOfiGE SNOOK MANILDBA-J. H. WILLIAMS 'IOPReeveT' SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, 3 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. OBDEB8 executed with NEATNESS and DESPATCH. Please note the address— W. M. REEVE, SADDLER, Clarlnda Street, Parkes. €nmrwtk^ntc\)txj) John Leary & Sons PfiOPBIETOBS. TT)EIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, Ac, at the JL lowest rates. Small Goods always on hand. Best attention Riven to all orders. ? T.OOK 1 JL IP YOU WANT A GOOD FITTING SUIT Made from, the Best material,' call and see W. HA.BRIS, IN BANK-STBEET, x Where Only First-class Workmen are employed. ALL orders are ...
Orange Stock Market. SHERWIN AND HAWARD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
^Hi^H immmmmmmmmm middling quality worth about 85b per M^p^i^8s^othGrl &0&%b/? 'h IBs;! fniteB^cow at^2 ISs; 1 veatet* ^ FatvShe^-;^M yarded, fO J»ing passed. BeBt merino wethers made 16s, medium 10s 8d j good ewes 10s 9d, fair ewes 9s 5d ; iambs 7s lid to 8s..., ?????? ???? ' ?'.? ??'''.-. ' ' Store Sheep.— About 700 wethers yarded and sold at 10s 6d. ... ? Country.— We leased lor Mr. HobbB about 600 acres grass country to Mr. J.*£. KeenaDj.at a satisfactory jarice. Elder a share in Payne's patent pro cess at a satisfactory price ; also in conjunctibb with Mr. M. Lamrock, at * Cargo, on JFriday last, we eold by public auction, a quantity of mining requisites, &c, at a highly satisfactory price. ?????^???HMMMMai
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
J. L (jAmiKELLb The Beehive Store, *J% Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT WHEREAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. Enamelware and Glassware. 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 the Memorandum of* Association of this Company. TOTOOXf Commission for Selling is Three 'Quarters ($) Per Cent. /(Including Receiving into Store, Fire Insurance, I Weighing, Lotting, Repacking Sample Bales, mfovvftmrwa J Advertising, Cataloguing, -fcc.) on Wool Realis WABEHOUSIN&,-- ising over 6d per lb the CQarge wiU bfe # 3s 9d per Bale On Wools realising 6d and over 4d per lb . . . . 2s 6d per Bale I On Wools realising 4d per lb and under . . . . Is 6d per Bale Perfect System of Weighing. Way Bills Sent on Application. ? 0 ? Produce. SALES of SHEEPSKINS. HIDES, TALLOW, MARSUPIAL SKINS, Ac, ...
Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
Road Contracts. . — \f— ? ?? Yestebday at noon 116 tenders' were opened tor ten different road contracts in the district under Mr. j,-. Hope's supervision. The folloyihg were the lowest tenders:— Orange towards Carcoar^J. GUles pie and W. Hamaton J129 8s id. Orange to Forbes— P. Donovan, Orange to Canowindra (metal)— M Sweeney, fl80. Spring Hill towards Oadia — J Martin, J677 10s. ' German's Hill to Kite's Swamn^— P. Hackett, i876 Is 3d. '^?-* MilUhorpe to Long Swat#-W. Hamilton, £80. ' - Orange to Canowindra — Thomas Milne, £107 10s 9d. y Cargo to Manildra— John Soarkey, £4iaof04dto ^anildra--John Sh«*fc-y, ^Molong to Cargo-John Shwfcey,
Commercial News. SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
ro^m-r-i;,l Nr.vs. ?''. .i£#llSfelnliTii^r' mabket-'-v ^ u;' Th^eiy Zealand Loan and Mercantile 4*6nby Co., Ltd., report :— .?-.?' ??: i i%W9-Wi— -The London July series of sales closed firmly on the 26th ultimo. Priceafor nierinos and fine crossbreds had appre?, dated on an average about 5 per cent, as compared with previous sales1 closing rates, while coarse and medium crossbred had declined from 5 to 10 per cent. oo.uuu oates nave »een carnea rorwara, the balk of which probably consists of crossbreds. Locally there has been & good demand for any woojs that, are available, but as buyers have been dis inclined to stretch their limits and holders' ideas of value are pretty high, business has been difficult to bring about. Marsupial Skins. — The demand for kangaroo, wallaroo, and wallaby skins has again been very active, and values have undergone no change since our last report. Opossum skins : As we predicted* last week, the market hasreceded still further, and prices realis...
Crown Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
Crown liand Sale. ? y— — At the Lands Office, Molong, on Monday, the 25th of August, at noon; the following will be offered at auction, viz. :— Portions 168 and 169; County Ashburnham, parish Manildra, areas 28a 8r and 81a lr, upset prices J62 and £8 8s 9d per acre, inclusive o! value of improvements on portion 169, Terms:* 2Siper cent. aepbsiV^alinqi in threfe months^ vFuriherpaBtiBalarso may be obtained from the Land Agent ^ or Gazette No. 892 of thb 21st Jane, 1902. ; *
Yeoval Losses. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
Yeowtl ftiosses. (From a Corrrespondent.) The stockowners in this district are losing very heavily, although every endeavour is being put forward to save the stock. Mr. Taylor, of Goonoo station, estimates his losses at about 17,000 out of 20,000 sheep, besides a number of large stock. Mr. McCulloch, of Buckinbah, is suffering a good deal from the drought, but his losses are not nearly so severe as at Goonoo. The fodder chiefly used at Buckinbah is corn thrown broad cast, which appears to have a very satisfactory effect. Mr. Will Gibson, of Oak Vale, varies the feed for his stock from straw and molasses to corn, which, no doubt, judging by their appearance, is very gratifying. '
Borenore Items. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
JBorenore Items. (From a Correspondent.) , The milk supply at the creamery con tinues to improve, and the month of July will, I believe, put Borenore in a very good position among the various separat ing stations belonging to the Molong District Dairying Co. The local manager of the creamery nas been employing his spare moments in a very satisfactory manner by burning up all rubbish and loffs around the creamerv. which ias verv materially added to the appearance of the surroundings. The only thing wanting now is that the building should be painted and so give it a more finished look, besides making the place cooler and more com fortable for work in the summer months. The unusual spectacle of seeing chaff carted away from the local railway station is by no means an uncommon sight lately, as several trucks of chaff have arrived Jiere for people out Cargo and Cudal way. This points in no unmistaken way to the seventy of the present season, because early in the year there were many truc...
Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
Useful Hints. — o— When boiling old potatoes, which are apt to go a very dark color, put a tablespoon f ul of milk into the water in which they are boiled, and you will find they will be beautifully white when cooked. To renovate leather furniture, wash it with a little soap and water, and when dry apply a little vaseline, rubbed in with the hand. .Let it remain till next morning, then polish witn a sore ouster, xnis treatment will prevent the leather from cracking. A very pretty pink colouring for kitchen or pantry walls can be made by dissolving whiting in cold water and adding enough permanganate of potash to give it the desired shade. Adda little liquid glue, and apply as you Would whitewash. To get a yellow shade substitute ochre for- the permanganate of potash, . ' A burn from grease or oil should be treated as an ordinary burn. One from an acid should be washed, with warm water, or, if it is possible to get baking soda or common washing foaa, but a pinch of it into the water,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
itthpugh the temptation to lower the quality is great. Onr Strength is as the Strength of Ten ^^^^rSiipB Hit Of jjourse the price is higher tlian that of the diluted article, ;wft it is not delr^r on that account, any more than halfa crown is dearer than a florin, because the value is greater. Ask for the Surprise Brand, and insist upon getting it. i ___________ __________ _______ Agent for Molong: JAS. HASLAM, Australian Stores. *- ^j^^^^^^jMEHlMStf^ Eiovwich. xarm, ^Hn^^H. CUMNOCK. %^^PPB6*'*fc--fa-r5^wSB_SBPJ^^^'' PfiOPEIETOB. Bree^eV, Exhibitor, Jjtnpipe*^! Exporter of all the principal varieties of VQW1L8 and BUCKS, ^-Biyi'Wifll-S-tt J^KDflOJQI NUMBER. . -: - '..' Prize Winner with mostly olf £he-1dlk»wlns Vartetle*«t the Btthunt, Dubbo, Orange, * ., ..*?-. - ? ,. i*J9&&*b&*&4V**mmm .v^^^^iv c-v: /?«?..,:. ??' - Light *ud- i)ark Braiunwi ^#ii^ Partriflgerand White Coohins; Iiangshan; Dorking, ' Brown tond White leghorn?; Black Spanish 5 Andaman; ...
Coronation Services. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
Coronation Services. The order and form of service at St. John's Church, and at St. Andrew's, Garra, on Sunday, 10th instant, will be the same as used at Westminster Abbey for the cornation of King and Queen, on Saturday. The choir will render music specially suited to. the occasion, with the National Anthem. Sermons specially prepared by Dean. Farrar, of Canterbury, and Canon Hammond will be reproduced. The offertories will be devoted to the Eembla Belief Fund. All fch'e sleeper - getters in Polkes district have ceased work in conse quence of the timber royalty.
Cudal Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
Cudal Pootl-aller». Cudal footballers journeyed to Luck now on Saturday and were defeated in a Competition match by 8 points to nil. In the evening the visitors were entertained at a .banquet and social in the School of Arts, at which there was a large attendance. Mr. J. R. Blunt, Vice-President of the Luck now. Club, occupied the chair, and congratulated the. Cvldalites upon the sportsmanlike spirit with which they always contested their games. He aUq referred to the hospitable manner in which the Cudal Club had enter itained the Lucknpw players when recently visiting that town. Mr. Gavin, captain of the Cudal team, briefly responded, and thanked the Chairman for his kindly remarks. Messrs. Brown and McGuinness also spoke in response.' - Several toasts were proposed and duly honored. The referee,, Mr. T. McMurtrie, said the game played that day was ' the most sociable and well contested match .he had ever umpired for.
Boomey. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
[?] [From quK own OoaJaESPONDENT.] On Wednesday last « hare drive was orgfrnised by Mjt. E. A. Millgate; *nd passed off successfully. Owing to the day being cloudy and cold the attend* ance was smaller than anticipated) only about nine shooters and, the same number of drivers putting Hn an ap pearance. ^ Among the drivers were two of the^fair.sex, which waB some thing new for Boomey. A start was made about 10 o clock and continued till noon, when an adjournment was made to the residence of Mr. E. A. Millgate, where a first-class spread was in readiness, to which ample jus tice was done. The following Jadies assisted at the dinner:— Mrs. M. Williamson, Misses S. and A. Coombs, and L. Cousins. After lunch the drive was continued until nightfall whdn the tallies were made up as fol lows : S. H. Cousins 45, N. Quirk 45, J. Griffith 26, B. Griffith 28, C. J. Cousins 28, B. Y. Cousins 22, J. Coombs 21, A. W. Riach 17 ; total 229. ~ Everyone appeared to enjoy the outing.
Blayney v. Cudal. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
JBlay ney V. Curia I. The 'rivalry between theiootball teams of these two towns has become very strong and the supporters of each team are . very confident of thjiir superiority. Some few days ago some tall talk was' indulged in by both, and as a result a ma ten nas been arranged, between them to take place on the Association . Ground on Saturday, August 10. T-ir-make the contest in teresting, a wager of £15 , aside has been made, and a prominent footballer in town already holds M troth :?&0b. side. When 'these two teams last met a row was starfed during the progress of the game and Cudal left the field, leaving Blayhey the victors by S to nil.—1 ;Orange Advocate* .
Belgravia. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
Belgravia. v — [Feom our own Correspondent.] During the week phenomenally heavy frosts have been experienced, cutting everything up terribly. While driving from Orange on Saturday night Mrs. Pat Dunn bad a miraculous escape from a violent death. Mrs. Dunn was driving in a spring cart when the horse fell, the ladv being thrown out heavily on the metal road, and as a result had her shoulder badly bruised and face severely cut. A good many are engaged here trapping rabbitB for 'Sydney market quite a new industry has sprung up. Some are making a good living at the game, and it is pleasing to find that these destructive rodents can be turned to a profitable account. Crops are, or will be, a total failure unless a phenomenal change takes place. , ?' : } ? . - ? .
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
WWm^^^Ml^J^M^mSM^^^SX.^'1 [?] sir/8^nie4n^^r.rbj0.J'^ '-T,_ ?'- ?? ^\. ' Another good %aa conesrong,'' 'TiBonly one more bad man . Folks have jnBt fouud out 1 41 When a man say te win at ze howe race.' observed the perplexed foreigner, ' lie' call it easy money. . Zen he put it in hees pocket and call it^eiard cash;' - A dirty looking stranger entered a hotel the other day. 'Sphere'* ti» tar,' he asked a young man who. was attundiagr at the door. *? \Vhat Mnd jof fjBfc|f-r* asked the latter. M Why a liquor Wb, b£ course ; what do you suppose* I mean fT ' Well, drawled the young man, u I didn'6 know but what you might mean a bar p£ soap.' ^ Irish Banister (addressing the Bench) : ' Your Honor, I shall absolutely prove to the jury that the prisoner could not have committed the crime with which, he » charged. If that does not convilttoe the jury, I shall show that he was insane when he committed it. II tiiab fidls, I ^hall prove an- alibi.' '' ' Beware,' said the fortune-teUer, ' of a ...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 8 August 1902
^l^^aBBiaBBIilBml^Sii^PSr^' [?] ,-:'. : ?' ^^j^^j^^f-'tjrtaited Kingdom ? ' . silile fprydeatti^ dl seVerkl horses in \.'t ' -'.Mig'Veiy^iwIjyVV '?'?'. Thelbuiitort of arrowroot is being tried in ^WMa86t ^ife^ict with excellent resuits. ; . V Some of th« colonial troops have been giyen^^^i ; South Afrioa ^at '' ?-??-? ^J^M^-^!^--^ :^^? iBhows- /go ' ' v :^^xi^p6^i^M^ti'6t last year. boiiB6, -. It lets all the storms in and offip^30j^rotoc|k-p against the ills of Wales «hpweafnlp#Jfe9- of lieariyj ten^milUonpoabas. 1802 will tell, a different story, *nd' it ! won't %e the nwortBrt^Wy^^t^old.'1 I £ Peak Hill fcuteher has juat landed Irom^jilm^ » triioMoad of crg»ab^ velbew for wbiob he had to'par-»fl w per ^elfli*^ ?»''-* %?'?». * i , . The bB8iness man &iimg to adver tise is placing himself -on scratcb in ttie twe^i?-wealth. Printer's ink is* a . truetjf sewtftlt. , IaasVyeaf the Aberdeen butter fac tory paid suppliers £11,000. This' year, owmg-to drooght, it is not ex- pecte...
Bowan Park. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
JBowavi Park. [Fboic our own Gobbkbpondent.] It was just as ^ell tbe local P. & A. Association abandoned its annual September Show. Present, prospects indicate that a show this year would have been a dist^al ^ailure. Heavy losses in stock are still being reported. Mrs. O'Neil has lost over 70 - bead! of cattle, including some *?Y'm -'.-'n , TT . V , VftlOftDie ^jaairv . cows. out. nenry Gr^Bii bists sulfered to ia similar extent. -4ro«gbt fiend is fasivtrailing disaster in this part of the ?' ' i ;* Mr. Frank Napier, manager of tbe local creamery, is kept busy, having j also io- attend to the Cudal creamery in the absence of Mr. Bennett. J A . meeting- was held at Mr. L. Carman's on Sunday, when it was decided to join Oudal in the movement of enclosing jCu^l; cemetery with wire netting. The cemetery is' in a woeful state, -many graves t&ing burrowed out by the rabbits. V':.V i