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Cargo Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Cargo Post Offlc«. SpBABiNo in tbe House of Eepresenta tives, Mr. T. Brown, Member for Canoblas, referring to Cargo Post .. Office, said : -^From corr^pdndence thW l haye received, I belxey^that the Cttrgb Pbst Office is in «nch a condi tion ihat it is not ^redUable to tbe Government to req^iro t|ieir officers te: j&try ^ on / ^iwi^s in Tbe posmon is aue p np jau^ oi me Fedenrf-lPQ^ fat|i^p|m|^^part ment. it seeorf the and is prepared to take itfln i?and if I i was made tot the wbrk on tbe Esti- , matea pas^d ^ tbe ^ar just ^losed, i the yet i been' w ] passed -th-pM|®ai^B||i|able i for the . ic^^p^tJ^|]fMi^ijided votes would respe6lfnil^^t:|i]r0©;^l»;^^overn - ment to intrpdude the', necessary Estimates as spfMa^^We, so ? that the work|^4|^A|p[ out. . Tbe work is ? rtenee : to warrant specia^M^Ml^i'^eipg given to it by ib||g!^M|M#iiber ; by taking the ' , the TreMurerV^M^^^|^,:^r providing for monthly Supply;^|lart^TOf^ber of these courses, tb^£^t]mtiites,|br the current fi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Another Lto# MAKES LIFE A MISERY. A Perfect Cure. The Case' of Mr. J. EQAN. (Br A SPECIAL REPORTER). A conscientious guide will always take the shortest way, and Bave many a weari some and perilous wandering to those who ?slim1 liU oontp ny. So it is with Mr. James Kjjan, of Ad. 9, Elliott's Terrace, Spriiigv.iiu, J5.)t«iiiy, wlio said to a reporter: ' 1 would iilcu lo publicly stute to my neighbours what I went through whilst living al (youlburn Several years Lac);, and 1 urn suro 1 i;au warn tlium of many .in arti ficial rock that hid formerly led tiw to the brink of destruction.' ' You will bp rendering a good service,'* interrupted the writer. '1 think so,' pursued Mr. Egan. ' Yon see, I sullcred for nearly six years with my liver, but ili.it was not for the want of taking physic, as 1 was continually doctor ing myself with something, and when I found I could make no headway against my complaint 1 consulted a doctor, from whom I got another kind of medicine; but it was of no ben...
[?] Match. [?] BOCOBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
[?] [?] 1 v ' Jtev-»^^felUrig atid Miss F. Neilson v. 3lri^dMi^^angdon^6-4. JM. Neilson v. ' miss M. Neilson v. Mr. - ahdJMiBfc f»ngdoi^-2~6. Mr.Bridekirk and Miss Clarke v. Mr. tMr.Bnellihgand Miss F. Neilson v. Mr. and Mra^heppard— 6-5. v' ^r* anc* . jfc. JBmekirk and Miss Clarke v. Mr. and Mr8.Sheppard— 6-5. . Mr. Snelling andMisaF. Neilson v.iMr. and MiiwHyland— 6-5. Mr._Meyers andMiss M. Neilson v. Mr. and Mi&l3yiand — 6-6. MrvMeyws and Miss M. Neilson v. Mr. Hyland and Miss Pocknall— 6-3. Mr. Couch and Mrs. Reiacli v. Mr. and M^Shepparti-4-6. Mr. Bridekirk and Miss Clarke v. Mr. and 'Miaa liangdon — 6-5. fJfcA8n%lling «nd Miss F. NeilBon v. MrTHyland and-MissPocknaJ 1-6-2. j ? Mr. Couoh and' Mrs. Beiach v. Mr/ and Miss fi^uid-r-6-4. ?: Gbntx.emkn'h Doubles. Messrs. Bridekirk and Snelling v. Messrs Hyland and Sheppard— 2-6.
Womanhood Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Woinahliooti Suffrage. Thk Legislative Council on Wednes day night' -retraced' its ; stops with ! ofN e w -Sotitb; Wales wi&ppsseps this; power in the -affairs of.the iSpfte ;which they will at the .' _ „'_ _ '. l!^. J«^nAMn im llnA ji ffrt 1 **£3 ftf f Vl Q 1 fifl-TTIH DIIDH pUBSBBP 1» VUO QUa^iO V» . «»Y Commonwealth. We suppose that, 'like a considerable number of the public, amongst them many of the sex to be. politically enfranchised, the Upper House is by no means con vinced that the gift now about to be bestowed is likely to be of inestimable value. However,, since it has been decided, further controversy is out of place. It will b- brought into force] at next general election, which is nearly two years off at present accord- 1 ing to the effluxion of tim6,' and it miaj^ therefore, be that the first vote which; women wjll cast in the State . will be given .lor Federal and not for State representatives. Whatever may be the results in either lorial or Aus tralian, polit...
Labor Rule in N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
JLabor Rule lii K.I.W, An ably .written pamphlet has just been issued by the Master Builders' Association, of 8ydneyi whiiah ' aboWs plainly what a, terrible condition of affairs has been brought about by the legislation of the last ton years. There are seven chapters, dealing with tbe following phases of the anegtion TKa nn&YnnlA«a^ fkA miniawniM MkiM ; * ws «w«uij#i^vuj vug uiiuuuuui tbe discouragement, of private enter prise, cl4re l^islaJtion^ tbe demdrali sation ol Parliament sodaliBm. This legislation bas resulted in general distress to the . worftqg ciassas; the piling up of a vast debit, the exodtis of thousands of our best citizens, . nnitold misery to our . selectors and farmers, the withdrawal of private capital, the reduction in our export trade; and, unless brought to an end, will result ' in complete ruin and bankruptcy..
Soldiers Marrying Boer Women. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Soldiers marrying Suer Women. The Army ax-d Navy Gazette has something regarding Tommy Atkins and South Africa wbioh sbonld be lead with intere8t by tho8S who beli6ve in tha amalgamating of races. lt asserts; thatrJere long our iaithfnl friendj ThpmaS f Atkins, wilji iargely possess thfiKland — not as a Imember of the conquering hosts that have over run it, but through acquiring it by a more sentimental tie. Surely nothing is more strange in the whole of this momentous episode than the stories told of the desire of so many of our soldiers to marry Boer wive^and settle down in South Africa. The story appears to be no romantic fantasy, but is said to rest on solid, substantial grounds. It is well-known, and an obvious Necessity that all correspond- \ enoe passing from one army into the concentration camps and else where should be censored, and tbe effect has been to- discover that many letters contain, serious pro posals of marriage ; Jhey evince mueh anxiety for the termination of th...
Consumptive Families. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Consumptive Families. We sometimes hear that so-and-so be longs to a consumptive family. Medi cal men could tell 'us of cases in which one after another of a family on reach ing early. adult life has fallen a victim to this disease. Formerly the know ledge of thepe facts had a terrifying or paralysing effect on those concerned. They looked forward with dread to the first symptoms of the development of yrhai wa8 regarded as an hereditary taint in themselves or their families. The highest medical authority now justifies us in regarding tbe facts more hopefully. It is true that some may inherit a predisposition to contract the disease more easily than others. But thece .are influences at work which often give a more reasonable explana tion ot the facts than does a supposed ^hereditary taint. It is now known it^at consumption may through care lessness be communicated from one person to another. By using the same drinking vessel, by kissing, by Sleeping in the same bedroom, the disease h...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
[?] [?] the mind of tbe average individual, / tears aud sorrows which bis inexsus- -] able negligence.'entails on tbOBe Iphom ' he leaV^^eiiilcid: In Molong^itfjtrict, ' gun accidents have be^ji occurrenceifatalitiesinotberparts of the State being totally unheeded as - grim warnings.
Molong Council. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Molong Counfcil. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12. Present : Aldermen Parker (chair), Cole, Bennett, Garlick, McGroder, Taylor, Til brook and Harney. MINUTES. : Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Outward correspondence read. Tv. ? J ? 1 .. . ' 1 ADwaru correspondence comprised - letters from 1. Mr. Fred Wegg Horn, re matters 'h connected with Reform League, and asking that aldermen in their private ^ capacity further the interests of League if they were in sympathy; 2. From the Secretary for Hallways il stating that complaint re train block- | ing level crossing would receive atten- % tion. 8. From Matthews and Bradley, S stating their intention to erect certain I buildings. ( | 4. From Thomas Brown, M.H.R., in answer to Council's letter re Bonus Bill and stating that when it becomes a question of spending the taypayers* money under State or private super- - vision, &c., be preferred to give the State the preference. 5. From Lands Department stating that it was in...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Brevities. Parkes Show a success. Mr. W. T. Sherringham a big wiu ner in the Poultry Section. Burrawong jams and tinned fruits scored a good advt. Rub new boots with a slice of raw potato, and they will polish as easily n.H nlrl nrioc At Forbes Show Mr. Chas. E. Finch, of Cumnock', secured second prize for pony stallion, and was also second in the pony trot. We regret to hear of the illness of Sister Patrick, of St. Joseph's Convent, who is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism. ?Rev. Father Hai^i-y i.j at present in Sydney, and during bis three week's absence will be relieved by Rev. Father O'Keeffe, of Orange. If the drought does not continue to break all previous records, gaod rain may be expected this month. This is a safe prediction to make. Statistics covering 12,000 cases of cancer put before German experts indicate that the disease is not hereditary, but contagious. Out of £10,000,000 of loans raised by tbe Government during the past two years, £3,875,000 has been de ...
Argus Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
[?] [?] our excellently man&£^l)jBttiotDairying Company. ' . . During the past few weeks pigs have been steadily increasing upvalue on the Sydney market. The demand forv baconers, notwithstanding the exce^ioliiilyy h^h rates ruling, ^has beep ifeEy/kMn;$8 high as 7d per lb. being easilyrealised for choice lines oil NortheYn Riverpigs. Prime bacon ers reached£4 4s 6d — a record for the City Corporation Sale Yards. Porkerfe also brougbtup to 45s. farmers would do well to give a little thought to the pig-raising industry. Remember (as Mr. S. P. Reynold^ puts it) p-i-g ^ spells profit every time ! 1 The school teacher in Queensland will soon be like a gagged agd hand cuffed criminal. His privileges as a free denizen of the State farmyard are going from him one by one — or all of a lump, it is all the same. He is to be gagged ; must not take part in prayer meetings, or races, or any other plaoe fehere they press. He shall not talk about the immaculate department nor of anything e...
Death of Trooper Henry Sherringham. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Death of Trooper Ho.iry Slierrliigfaam. On Monday last Mr. J. G. Sherring ham, of Cumnock, received the follow ing telegram announcing the dangerous illness of bis son : — ' Number 1509 Private Henry Sherringham, Third Battalion Aus tralian Commonwealth Horse, danger ously ill in Fort Franklin Hospital, Portsea, suffering from broncho pneumonia. — D. G. Cade, Hospital, rorisea. Melbourne, Tuesday. Another death took place at Fort Franklin to-day among the sick soldiers landed from tbe Drayton Grange. The victim is Trooper Henry Sherringham, a member of tbe Third Batallion of the Australian Common wealth Horse. His next of kin is Mr. J. G. Sherringham, of Cumnock, Molong, New South Wales. Death was due to broncho-pneumonia. [Deep sympathy is expressed for the relatives of Trooper Sherringham, who are popular and highly respected resi dents of Cumnock.]
Sheep Lick. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
[?] fjfoMTCRH will find the following -misT ''and:.iiij;a^^^ib^ ^r;larpentine, two pounds: sulphur^ t^||^||qbd ashes, and sufficiiaht^te^r jwl^pc'^iiilo a consistency like wiater, and place it in trouglhs in the various paddpcks. The above has been used with gratifying success around Peak Hill, says tbe local paper.
Argus Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Argus Gleanings. t — ? ? Ax advertisement elsewhere announces that the annual meeting of Molong Pro press Association will be held in the Town Hall on Friday, evening, 22nd instant. It is also stated that the object of the Asso ciation will be to assist the Member in attending to the public wants of the dis trict. A Progress Association is a very necessary institution — a powerful lever to be used in the wheel of local progress— so long as its operations are not prejudiced by party and personal feelings. ' For the common good is the motto of a go-a-head Northern Association, and its last annual report proudly boasts, with the assistance of the Member, of having had thousands of pounds expended in that district. About Molong there are a good many subjects which might be taken up in earnest by a practical Progress Associa tion, and our Member's hands being ac cordingly strengthened, no doubt bene ficial results would follow. And, so long as the Molong PA. works ' for the common good '...
Forbes Show. THE POULTRY EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Forbes Show. — o — ? TBE POULTRY EXHIBITS. The exbibits in poultry at the Forbes Show eclipsed all previous records, and were said to be tbe finest shown out of the metropolis. This being so, it is pleasing to note that the well known exhibitors; Messrs. .W. T., R. , and H. W. Sherringham, of Cumnock , were successful, as follows : — First prize 7s 6d, second 2s 6d. * Dorkings, cock or cockerel— W. T. Sher ringham 2 Cochin cock or cockerel — Robert Sher ringham 2 ' Cochin hen or pullet— R. Sherringham 1 Brahma, light cock or cockerel.— W. T. Sherringham 2 Brahma, dark, cock or cockerel.— W. T. Sherringham 2 Brahma, dark, hen or pullet.— W. T. Sherringham 1 and 2 Plymouth Books, hen or pullet.— W. T. Sherringham 2 , Langehane, cock or cockerel. — Robert Sherringham 2 ;v Leghorns, brown, cock or cockerel. — W. T. Sherringham 2 Leghorns, brown, hen or pullet.— Robert Sherringham 2 Wyandotte* cock or cockerel. — W. T. Sherringham 1, R. Sherringham 2 Wyandotte, hen or pullet.— W. T. Sher...
Weekly Calendar. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
[?] 'AUGUST. j ' SDN. N '' JAopV. Dais. j ^Bes gets , Rises. 'Sets. 15 Friday.. .. 0-84 5 24 2 f ¥ &,E 4 10 Saturday .. (S 33 5 25 2 59 3 49 17 Sunday .. 0 32 5 2(i 3 52 *82 18 Monday ... 6 31 5 26 4 48 5 11 19 Tuesday .. 6 80 5 27 5 48 5 49 Q0 Wednesday. . 6 29 5 27 6 48 6 28 2lvTjbaih3day -,j 6 28 5 2B 7 43 7 1 ' ' Australia roR the Australians.' FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1902.
Stock Boards. SUGGESTIONS FROM DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902
Stock Boards. SUGGESTIONS FBOX DUBBO. The following suggestions, emanating from tbe Dubbo Pastures and Stock Protection Board, have been forwarded to the Minister for Lands for - con sideration : — 1. That the Consolidated Act shall be called the Stock Act. - 2. That the Board shall be composed of eight members. 3. That the election shall be triennial. 4. That the Board shall be composed of stockowners, qualified to vote as under the P. and S. Act. 5. That the Board shall appoint all its own officials', except chairman, ' who shall be appointed by- the Governor. 6. That .the sheep districts shall be the stock districts, to avoid clashing of ear marks and brands. 7. That directors shall be paid travelling expenses as at present, bat that the chair man shall be paid double fees in all cases. 8. Minors shall not be allowed to vote. 9. All ballot pkpers sent to voters shall be sighed by the yoter before being returned to the returning officer. 10. The annual return of stock shall be sen...