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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

llliB* tUDDjiE, ST BEET, -MOLONG.— Dr. James lteiach, M.B., Ch.M., Ed. - BAKE STREET, ssoiong. Government Vaccinator. M. L. Caro, R.D.S., Dentist, Orange, (Late Lever & Cako), (Late Assistant to Dr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONQ — ON— Saturday, August 2$, And may be Consulted at Stockwell's Hotel from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Legitimate Work done in all Branches of the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. JLegrnl. Mr. Sun; lyn Jago Soli, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. TRUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved Secureties. FEED FOR STARVING STOCK. FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET BATES: Pressed Oaten and Wheaten Hay Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Straw, Oats, Wheat, &c. Quotations Given. Contracts entered into. Alfred McDermott, 'Wholesale Produce Merchant, ANSON STREET, ORANGE. ' NOTICE. ALL persons found trespassing in the paddocks of the undersigned, upon any pretext whatever, will be prosecated without respect to persons. R. H.GAVIN, M. CA...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

- / saw: th6;'g60^T.I»toli^o^|S^|B^&B^®!lfi — . ,, , . faithfully iUoBlratfid^fj^j^li^Ji^^^Li^ ?*«iysJdnfl Of furniture for every - ? .....i'v;.A..&&^ Wn^ofiiome—from the simple, jet artistic, - v V!-) i.': tothemoBt^laboratfliy made kinds. « HALL'S BAtf&OO DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, with SilkPlnsh Ctfehions, . Occasion^ Table, Whatnot. anffFlower-Btftnd to niatoh--^ pi^bes/for A£5 5 d HALL'S ^OTrAGE JDIgmQ.ROQM SUITE.S&eb^ &adk, ? ' ?' * Chairi^f. ArmObair, Spring-BCated Opttfchj- - - ?? ?;»- -...-. £9 , 9 o Glass attached, Marble-top v . ^ ' ^^r8^n^^®4*?l!^^no Oh^r, and Wacdrobe, with Plate^glnss '..-V. .4- -i, ::,. .. .. .. ,. £7 17 6 HALL'S J'pLL-ffcZB ©j^TEiSTE^ BEDSTEAD, with Brass foot-rail, Set — Best Kapok Bedding,, and Triple Wire Mattrass ? £4 17 6 ? ? ~~ , ^ , of faPages^Dd fidOillQBtrationB, ??' ' IS3' It's attheOffice of this Paper. COUNTRY OBDEBS PAGKED^FREE. ? A. W^L ^ COMPANY, 661 to 1567, GEOBGE-STREET, SYDNEY. ? Leave Tram ...

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Jew's Creek Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] Ci^ek, mad'Bif|idg|f-:' ^^^^'S^sEsovali;;. six teinleM^^e; teii'deir;oE John ^84^ lowest lump sum, was accepted^ Terideca are to i)e reported on.

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ON DIT: [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

ONDTT: -i ? . . m j That Coronation Services were held at ? r i nearly all the churches throughout the - ?!$ j State on Sunday. $i j - That the isolation ward at the load It! I Hospital was utilised for the first time - j butt week. . ; Thai the patient who required to be isolated was Mr. Era Bennett* and bis ^ complaint was erysipelas. '%M j That a proposal is on footr to have the ^ ? paper train delayed acouple of horns. - i That the proposal has no* been kindly ~ icwareu, uj newspaper readers, and a firm stand will be made against any inter- ? - , ference with existing arrangements; } That the Ooronation did not over - without incident, and the venerable and exalted bishop must have felt the strain ' ' very touch. ? That the King bore up well under the 1 circumstances. ' f That closer settlement is agitating the [ Gundagax people, who are urging the Gov- ' ernment to secure the Billabong Estate as I a closer settlement area. . ^ That Mr. W. Owen Foxf District Secre- ^ tery of the...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Of Goods which must be (^ared, :Drevious to Stock-taking, to make room for Large Purchases GOODS shortly coming forward. Bfen'sSalts. OVERCOATS. MEN'S COATS. ? Bale Price. Usual Price. *Sftle Price. Usual Price. Sale Price. Usual Price. MEN'S SUITS 20 0 80 0 18 18 6 9 0 14 6 „ 17 6 25 0 29 6 40 0 HO 16 6 „ „ 17 6 21 6 22 6 80 0 9 0 15 6 „ „ 19 6 28 6 27 6 86 6 79 jl 6 „ „ 80 . 0 46 0 . 27 0 85 6 12 6 19 6 ? ? 89 * , 50 0 ? \H % % 9 6 15 6 i Panmatta Tweed Trossers. ^ e 19 « Reefer jaokets. Sale Price. Usuai Price. . J? ? 11 * Sale Price. Usual Price, i 4 6 5 6 28 6 87 6 , 8 6 5 9 j 6 0 7 6 Men's Regatta Shirts. Men's Helmet Hats. 8 ® 10 6- Sale Price Usual Price. Sale Price. Usual Price, i 10 6 M2 6 26 59 16 76 ' ! Uleit's Undershirts. MEN'S SWEATERS. MEN'S FELT HATS. Sale Price. Usual Price. Sale Price. Usual Price. Sale Price. Usual Price . 20 8 0 29 48 10 56! 18 26 8 0 59 2 6 46 14 19 . 80 46 50 8 6 I J ? J ? LADIES' UNDER VESTS. 4 6 6 6 10 16 Sale Price. Usual Price. '2 ® in p V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

? - ' ? ? -? ? n:f^-v- .-r-n ??? ?'?*** ? ?. - '. ' ? 5 W N- ?' i 5 ' ' ?' 1 v.? : '- * THING OF BEAUTY AND A JOY FOR EVER! MSI® New Cabinet Set Table Machine. Agency : BANK STREET, MOLONG. F. SYDENHAM, Representative. t J VICTOR PIANOS a npR1 THE Victor Pianos are manufactured for Paling's only in one of the most up-to-date Factories in Germany. THEY are made extensively for and patented by us. THEY contain the experience of our 48 years in the Piano Business. THE leading points of the many thousands of Pianos passing1 through our hands have been concentrated in our Victor Models. have always had a large demand for the Victor Pianos, amounting to close on 400 per annum. Don't you think this large demand means that all the Victor Pianos have given the greatest satisfaction to buyers. IF you are thinking of buying a really high-grade Piano at a very nominal cost, the 'Victor' should be uppermost m your mind. MADE in TWO Models, which can be bought either for Cash, with ft Special Dis...

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Brevity Page. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] [?] defeated $?'-?- shot ] bimselfdead on trie 17th birthday. .' TfceBriJiSh Empire covers jjeariyJ - one^i^r^^e^'aBurface. Ridicule ^o iaan for' bis snub nose. You, never oah tell ..what may turn up. J m J. E. CAMPBELIi'Siiew ' Fire Medal' ; , Many .country Showsare to be abandoned this year on account of the drought. - MissSaraHazeltine, the ' Mudgee Nightingale,'' has made a successful dbbut in Sydney. At %)Aes^^how the trotter, Globe Junior, and his owner, were ' sent up ' for two years. * A Wellington batcher has slaugh tered a bullock weighing 1800lbs, for w^^fiaLpfeiaieSS. Commercial travellers are quite lugubrious. Can't book orders for anything but fodder. . Attention directed to Government advertisement, appearing in to-day's issue. v ifear Gulgong fin old man aged 88 has just started a piggery and' turkey form. A young lad from Sydney, with a goodeduoation; seeks a situation in this district. See advt. Mr. Leslie Evanfij junior porter, has been transferred from Molong...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Bumbury. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

4 ? Kaimbury. ? u — [From our own Correspondent.] During the past week we bave been subjected to very severe frosts, which have again cut off the shoot of grass which gave such good promise after the recent rains, and the outlook is bepoming very serious indeed for the owners of stock. Some of our local axemen are entered for the wood-chopping contest at Parkes Show, and have been in active training. If tbat gentleman who is such on ardent advocate for the protection of native animals would exchange bis town residence and dwell for a year or two out here in the country, and try a little cultivation, I am inclined to believe that his love for the wallaby, &c., would soon disappear. Surely the settler on tbe land is burdened enough now with a conglomeration of laws and taxes without bein& con strained to allow these pernicious curses, called ' native animals,' to invade bis land at will. It is to be hoped Parliament never gives its sanction to such a fad. Tbe timber ro...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Amaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Aintfro«». — o— % f f From our own Correspondent.] A sPKcrAL service in connection with the oordnation of their Majesties King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra ?was held in St. Luke's Church Von Sunday afternoon. Mr. Wm. Sbap land, junior, (Licensed Reader), who resides here, officiated. The ofibrtory was devoted to the Mount Kembla Widows* and Orphans' Relief Fund. Sunday School was held previously. It may also be mentioned that Sunday School and Church service are held here every Sunday afternoon except the fourth Sunday in the odd months, when tbe Reader, who^is also Sunday School Superintendent, conducts ser vice at Molong at 11 a.m., and Garra at 8 p.m. Mr. Wm. Shapland, jun., conduots tbe services here on the first, second and third Sundays of each months, and on tbe fifth Sunday (when occurring), and the Rector of Molong (Rev. J. Alldis) on the fourth Sunday in the even months. Miss White, Sunday school teacher and general ohurch worker, left here for Strathfield a short time a...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A Gloomy Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

bloomy Picture. Fuom all appearances, tbe year of tbe Coronation of King Edward VII will be one that will be long remembered by the people of this State. - Never in the history of New South Wales has there been such grave reason to look anxiously into the future, 'and no statistics yet compiled will provide such startling facts as will come to band at thfi end of the present vear. One cannot be considered^pessimistic for looking matters in tbe face. On one hand, it must be borne in mind that vast areas of our best sheep country out west are desolated by this terrible drought, that in consequence pastoral ists are taxing to the utmost their re sources in their endeavour to keep their stock alive, aud that in spite ot all efforts stock are dying by thousands. On the other, we cannot blind our selves to the fact i:-at we coiitiniue to play our espeusive game of pretending to be a big nation, as if we were in the height of prosperity. We build large railway stations, and our rivers are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

c . Is Clearing the Whole «! the Beinnan1» in all his Departments, Qoni#- 'Zn^Qcf f You will Indie PI1I0ES RipBT and

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A Generous Company. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

A €reueroiis Coiu/ianj . ! — u — 7 Mu. Fued. Sydenham, looal agent of Singer Sewing Maohine Company, states that the Singer Company has given practical evidence of its sym- \ patby. with the bereaved in the 1 Mount Kembla disaster. Many of the dependents of miners who lost their lives either by -the explosion or. the after damp were virtually indebted ; to the company in sum^ ranging up; to £10 in respect of sewing machines pur&ased on tbe time payiqentisystenpi. Uncler instructions from the general manage? of the company,' the local representative has given a clean receipt for these' sums. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

A new complaint of a somewhat puzzling nature to tbe medical pro fession is developing in tbe -district. It seems to affect the man on the land most, and takes the form of a ' kink ' in the neck accompanied by a wild expression in tbe eyes. Tbe cause of the complaint is supposed to be the constant observance of tbe heavens in the hope of rain. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

t ^ ' - + - *? _V^5-;- ^ ' ' * ,V- ??' ' ' ? ,''' ''j' , .' ?' \'r ;' '.*? V ''''v.-.''''. .' '/;? '''V - '}' -R A, T?.r»- A T-KTH ''' , ? - ?' ! * — IN— V : ^ Y Crockery, 'Ironmongery, Glassware, Dresses,. Flannelettes. G ROGER, 1 35 S At the Same LOW PRICES Published Last Week. Big Reduction —in— ? ALL WOOL BLANKETS ? —AT— Haslain's Sale Compare the Following Sale Prioe. ' Usual Price, s d s d 4 8 5 11 4 9 6 11 5 6 7 6 5 11 7 11 6 6 9 9 7 6 10 6 7 9 11 6 12 11 19 6 14. 6 21 0 17 6 25 0 21 0 29 6 22 6 32 6 , 27 6 87 6 i 80 0 42 0 | MEN'S OVERCOATS MACKINTOSHES. Sale Prioe. - Usual Price. 8 d s d 7 6 12 6 8 11 18 $ 10 6 15 6 12 6 IS 6 14 0 - 21 0 15 .0 22 6 16 6 25 0 17 6 27 6 20 0 80 0 28 6 85 0 25 0 37 6 ' 27 6 42 0 30 0 45 0 82 6 47 6 85 0 50 0 40 0 60 0 Bargains in Boots and Shoes in the Centre Show Case. - Sale Price. Usual Price, s d s d 5 6 8 0 6 ,6 ' 9 6 7 6 10 6 9 0 12 6 10 6 14 6 11 6 15 6 Ladies' Undershirts. Sale Price. Usual Price, s. d 8 d 1 11 2 11 8 3 4 11 3 6 5 6 8 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Mr. Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism ' During the winter of 1898 X was so 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. From the first application I began to get well, and was cured and have worked stcadih* all the year.- -R.Wheeler, jjorthwood. N.'Y., U.S.. A. For sale by ji.- W. Mauord, Cliounst, Moloug.

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Coronation Services. ANGLICAN PARISH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] [?] 4 ?„ Tpi^^^^ptectiag tbe Coronation of Kmgl^dward and ^Ueen ? Alexan dra, AWtp^ScribiBCl , for ' use in ^est . . ib'8l^tfA]b%y? andv througbftutothe Empirtj into £ minor modifioa tJpnfe to weet local conditions,.' waB ooDBtioted JbA. 'St. John's Church, ? Molong,' St. Andrew's, Garra) And St.- Stake's. Amatoo. on Sunday last. The order, at morning service was— -(1) the Jjitatoy, preceded by hymn ; (2) followed 4-y hymn and Commu nion ServiceL-with special Epistle and Opspel and with Collects invoking . Divine favor lor the present Sovereign Lord and King. The sermon was one prepared by Canon Hammond, one of the chosen preachers for Coronation term. Miss Neilson presided ' at the organ with her nsnal skill and thoroughness. The National Anthem was sung, after the Missive proclaiming B^dward VII ' The Undoubted. King. ' ' Then followed a description of the Coron ational Ceremonial, as under : — First HiB Majesty takes the Oath per taining to his High Office, to govern /the peo...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Brevities. Round about Batburst people are eating wallaby mincemeat. Boys armed with pea rifles are becoming a menace to the public safety. 250 returned soldiers have applied for indulgence passages to South Africa. For the current year tbe rainfall is 50 per cent, below tbe worst drought of previous records. ' The Jury,' specially established to annihilate John Norton, has died a natural death. A drought item : Between Welling ton and Dubbo tbe stench from stock starved to death is sickening. Boast beef is costing Is 5d per lb in England, so says a 'just returned visitor to' the old country. The Australian troops in England for tbe Coronation leave for home on August 21, and the New Zealanders nine days latter. A Gulgong Chinaman is advertising ! his store business for sale ; the stone throwing nuisance is driving him from the town, as his .nocturnal slumbers are continually disturbed. Numerous votes of sympathy have been - sent in connection with the Mount Kembla disaster. What go...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

METHODIST CHURCH. The Coronation Service was held at 1 1 a.m., the special prayers and Coronat ion Proclamation being recited by the preacher. Mr. Stephen took for bis sub feet *' Messiah's threefold Coronation ?? Crowned with thorns' 'Crowned with glory and honor' and 'Crowned with many crowns.' The National Anthem -it« sunt? hv the congregation aud Corona tion Anthem by the clioir. ' The Methodist Church was crowded on Sunday evening,; The Rfsv. A. Stephen preached from the words ' In the garden there was a grave,'' making special reference to the sad disaster at Mount Kembla. The preacher divided his subject as under : — (1.) Every life has its gardens, its joy's and gladnesses ; a the garden of religion, b the garden of nature, c the garden of home. (2.) Every garden has its grave. At this point sympathetic reference was made ? ? tothe Kembla catastrophe, the preacher reniarking that, after all, life was a compound of laughter aud tears, .fgjf^^y''iMid-giooiM. of grief aud glad ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

SHIP AMnv 1 ^ ? o ? NOW COMING FORWARD A LARGE SHIPMENT OF New Summer Drapery! INDENTED DIRECT FROM GLASGOW. WcotcJi for Future vlinioiniccments . - ? -0 ? Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies, &c. w«. iiikpwiiS} (THE FARMERS' FRIEND) CUMNOCK STORES, CUMNOCK. [ Send your WOOL t WINCHCOMBE, CARSON & Co., \ LIMITED. \ where it will be carefully handled under the \ supervision of the four original partners who \ have achieved for this firm the reputation of \ BEST WOOL SALESMEN in Australia. \ WINCHCOMBE, CARSON & CO., Ltd. bridse street, syowey. T\ Premier Mills in the West. MLAR and CO'S. Saw Planing and moulding Mills, N{ti*raye an-j Bulgandramiiie. Roiifeh an\ ge(j pil)e ou Xmeks at Narromine lLowest Current Rates. XMPT DESPATCH. Arcliilravw, «kiiriiig« a»-| Quotations oUapplicJp?®1,t '«* ***** ^^plL2L4iK, j | ATr, MOLONG ^

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Tennis Match. MOLONG v. CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Tenuis, Watch. MOLONG v. CUMNOCK. On Wednesday a team representing Molong Tennis Club journeyed to Cumnock and won by 21 games. Mr. Ralph Snelling captained the visitors, Mr. A. H. Oldham doing a similar service for Cumnock. A capital lunch was provided on the gronnd, and the Molong team speak in high terms of the manner in which they were enter tained. Play commenced at 11, the last set being completed at 4.30. Ap pended are tbe scores : — MOLONG — CUMNOCK. E. E. Mullins and Miss M. Clarke v. U Black and Miss R. Finch.— o-d. E. E. Mullins and Miss Clarke v. A. E. Anderson and Miss A. Black.— f- 4. E. E. Mullins and Miss Clarke v. A. H. Oldham and Miss Raphael. — 2-1 i. E. E. Mullins and Miss Clarke v. F. Webb aud Miss M. Black.— -5-1 . W. Couch and Mrs. Reiaeh v. A. E. Anderson and Miss A. Black. — ii-4. W. Couch and Mrs. Reinch v. G. Black and Miss R. Finch.— 5-0. W. Couch and Mrs. Reiacji v. A. H. Oldham and Miss Raphael. — -i-3. W. Couch and Mrs. Reiach v. F. Webb and Miss M. Bl...

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