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Religious Memora[?] ANGLICAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Religious . nemuraid^ ANGLICAN CHURCH. \ I Molono — 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays* fae month at 7.30 p.m. 2nd (hc) and 4tlun_ days at 11 and 7.30 \ Yullundry— 1st Sunday in each monL, 11 a.m. \ Cumnock — 1st Sunday in each monL. 3 p.m., and 5cb Sunday at 11 a.m. (hc) A I Amaroo — 1st and 3rd Sundays at 3, a I 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 U Garra— 2nd and 4th Sundays each morn at 3, and also in moonlight season at 7.30\ Beri— 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 \ Euchareena third Sunday in each montft at 11 1 Obley— 4th Sunday in January, March \ May, July, September and November at 10.30 Balderodgery— Same days as Obley at 3 J. Alujis. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow : First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sunday in each month, Molong Third Sunday in each fnonth, Cumnot-k Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occurring) Manildm During the summer months, namely from September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August, inclusive, Mass w...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parkes Show. THE POULTRY EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Parkes ilnnv. THE POULTRY EXHIBITS. At the Parkes Show, Mr. W. T. Sher ringham, of Norwich Farm, Cumnock, scored as follows, in the Poultry Section : — Colonial black red game : W. T. Sher ringham 1 British black red game: W. T. Sher ringham j£ Indiau duckwing game : W. T. Sher ringham 1 Wyandottes, silver : W. T. Sherringham 2 Wyandottes, gold : W. T. Sherringham 1 Plymouth Rocks : W: T. Sherringham 1 Black Orpingtons : W. T. Sherringham Buff Orpingtons : W. T. Sherringham 1 Diamond Jubilee : W.T. Sherringham 1 Brown Leghorns : W. T. Sherringham 1 White Leghorns : W. T. Sherringham 1 Buff Leghorns : W. T. Sherringham 1 Dorkings : W. T. Sherringham 1 Brahmas : W. T. Sherringham 1 Golden Hamburgs ; W. T. Sherringham 1 ' - Silver Hamburgs : W. T. Sherringham 2 ' Black Hamburgs : W. T. Sherringham Langshaus : W. T. Sherringham 1 Andalusians : W. T. Sherringham 2 Bronze-Turkeys : W. T. Sherringham 1 White Ducks : W. T. Sherringham 1 Ducks, any other kind : W. T. Slierring ham 1 ' ' Gees...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Loss from Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

****** fromWoughlT Molong's member -Le up with a poser in the House t\ other night when he asked the Vcretary for Mines and Agriculture, Vjan be or his department form anyYobable or approximate estimate of tV ]oss tjje pastoral industry of tbe St& 0f jjew South Wales has sustain® ju t^e shape of sheep, wool, ' lamul tiamG and horses during the presen\jjsagj.' rous drought ? \\ Mr. O'Sullivan answered, jg not possible at present to f--i\tQy probable or approximate estiumtA

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Cudal Chips. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] [?] aside. Qiir'boys ate winning and wilr be Vrtpr^dted ^y '?fJi Jtiivi-iZeLsSf r. xx, xuiuui, u. jLcytuv :? ;vy. Mc(^uinn^sand-C!fiaiQkln^^#ar^^ H. Starr (three-quarters) ; and A. ' Carman (full-back). : *iG|lfda};.UaC|iiilf 'In t'nee4''---f a weir. Some time back a party was engaged testing a probable looality,, but vvhetheir they discovered anything, no one knows. Mr. E. Bennett, manager of the Cudal creamery,1 has been removed to Molong Hospital suffering from erysipelas. By the way, the annual social in aid of Molong Hospital takes place here next Wednesday. There will be great jubilation if tbe Blayney scalps find a hanging place at Cudal. It is a long way to look, ahead, bat if matters doirt mend, next year's Sho w at -Cudal will suffer by a scar cityofexhibite, &ic. ? Mr. G. P. Charters, as secretary and librarian of the local School of Arts* promises to be the right man in fte^giitp^ce, ' The despised rabbit finds a welcome place now on many a dinner table. Beet...

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

[?] ' Sir J. See's thessage of congratula tion ? ? ? banabf tpMbednionkeys. ^O^ghtwitlv One widow lost 8eveti relative? io Mount Eembla disaster, including four of her £ve unmarried sons. - Two donations of £10,000 each have been given in aid of tbe widows and brpbans of soldiers. The Dumber of fatalities in conuec tion with the Mount Eembla disaster is 93, do far as is known. ' Two or tliree butchering establish' ments at Wellington have had to close up. Beef there is lOd per lb. There are still 180 horses left in tbe Melbourne Cup — tbe original entry was 170. ? Prisoners doomed to serve over three months gaol in New Zealand ape allowed to smoke once a day. The rice-eating Chinamen cbuld consume the present world's crop of wheat and then go hungry. Steam ploughs manufactured by a; Leeds Jfirm of engineers make trenches 2ft. deep and 4ft. broad. Foxes are reported to be ~ numerous about Carcoar, where they eat the tongues out of the young lambs. The proportion of divorces to mar ri...

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

Presents- &c. lazors ana Cutlery; :*v ? 'MAttHnK^MASS. - .- EOTHEEHAM Leve^Vatcbes. Agent for Speedwell Bicyles. ALL SUNDRIES IN STOCK. Try one of my IftilVliiaialie King's for Rheumatism. 3s each. Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, 13s, and 25s. Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, Rolled Gold, and Solid Gold. Spectacles from Is to 35s. [?] ^*0 GOLD LINKS, any Design from 12/6 pair Large Stock of Pretty Charms 1 and Gold Crosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding & Keeper Rings Try one of my reo owned NICKEL. Watches at 21s. Lever Movement aod nonmagne tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, 17s 64 E. Bl^A-OKADDEB, \ ? JE'WBIiLEE, nVCOXjOnSTGr.

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Poultry Pays. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] Spaumra on the^ poultry question at Dnnedin (N.Z.) recently, Mr. D. D. Eyde stated tbat poultry would pay bettep than any other stock farmers could keep. They, could safciv reckon on getting leO eggs a yea) ^^ average fowl, which oould b9 relied *-n tearing an average of Is per dozen When eggs wore plentiful preserve them, or send them to He bad bad eggs which wereVpbT in the cod store at Wellington! and mon^ht H °Ut at the «** months there was not- a bad one ? amongst the*. The cost of this 4m month &*u farfching P®r dozeb a month, and tbe eggs were s6ld .at 2B ana « profit of 5s remwdBd. floiW not think anyooo would toil thom ftai m exa,gieraw «»? could run 100 head of pMltry 't/tS acre, and it took Ihree MMstokMo a cow. *e0P At Parkes, Lee and party have cleanup 7olMi8fM16Po5/,75w

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

She Recommends Chamberlain' a Cough Remedy. 'I ,ha™ «sed Chamberlain's Couth Remedy for n number of years and Tat*? in uSl *i& Ir'bfg' |tariS Chemist, Molong. * ' Macord.. Before the war, white labor „„ the Band used to get 20s per day. ' Niw en attempt is bemg mfe Ju.g white labor at 5s per dav' fnr „!*? ' laborers of whom there aw 12,(^ .

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[?] Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

'TimffTl 1 'I 'MteMt [?] report hasteea dbttut^L^s to tfe delay .timber, 'the ddiVery ^i-WMch.fi^been slow owing to thf- d^g^^mterjlieing so scarce that with them. . The timberis nowMliwMivered, and with $ne weather, the ,Hv5^^ be!i«otn- contractor has provided a temporary crossing which infcete ail requirements. .There have beeh twosweidents, b||j not^tjngVaii^ jdriver putting on the brake too sharply and breakingthe ehiiftB (which tbeilriver ; himself adnMttedJ^ aiid lie pother was -mused by ihe horaeiB ceasing to poll in , a dray, the ahafte tq^^f|^i|^3l|brok^. The \ crossing is cannot be Upon. The 4 contractor has faithrully ^complied with J- Davi8'

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Country Hospitals and Subsidy. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Countr^ H^pfttals and In the As^b^l^&gKlirpI^ asked the Colonial If ib the - 8ub8idy %ranted by- Government to oountryhospitals given onthe under* Btanding that these institutions admit . : patients taken therebythe police? 2.- If so, is it held tbat a polioemai}, except in eases of accident or extreme b of the to a local ^n^Satof anyperson whosereception might be attended with vet; groat ' dattg&tootherpatients by reasonof leaving ihequestion of %he admission ' and flifgetttSases, to tiie local Govern - inent / Yes. ? ' to ta^ Bick ^rabns ih tbeijr chfikrge to a snbudbied hospital' ' w$en ^ncb an . ' «xa;iin^^ ; the ^p^iitai ..isy'^ome )B|a&' :';&uch' bds^ita^ ar? required to maintain a(^mmod4tion for at least two cases of infectious disease.

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Millthorpe Dairy Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Millthorpe Dairy Co. / ' The annual meeting of shareholders of Milltborpe Dairy Company was held on Thursday last. The Directors' report and balance-sheet as read, showing a profit on tbe half-year's work, was considered eminently satis factory considering the adverse season. During the half-year 8774 gallons of miiK were supplied, producing oooaios of butter. Average test 8.9, price from 8 ll-16d to 7-fd per gallon. Cream supplied 28,4461bs, producing 9,375lbs butter. In connection with new business was reported tbe estab lishment of a bacon factory last May ; good business bad been done, there being a large demand, and repeat orders constantly coming in at highest market prices. The Directors strongly recommended tbe establishment of a refrigerating plant. Tbe chairman said tbey were very fortunate in hav ing any credit balance after such a drought as we bad passed thrbugh. Great praise Was due to Mr. G. Searl (late of Molong) and his assistant, who were putting in long hours, and...

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

although the temptation to lower the quality is great. isas t|$ W||§ rfltai Imnse onr Sftap is PDR1 Of cpurse the price is higher than that of £he diluted ^article, but it is not dearer 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. J? Afcent for Molong: JAS. HASLAM, ' Australian Stores. Breeder, Exhibitor, Importer and Exporter of ail the principal varieties of FOWlS and DUCKS, BETWEEN 30 AND 80 INNUMBER. Prize Winner with mostly all the following Varieties at the Batburst, Oubbo, Orann, v Wellington and Forbes Shows. Ijight and Dark Brahmas; Buff, Partridge, and White Coohins ; Langshan ; Dorking, t Brown and White Leghorns; Black Spanish ; Andalasian; Golden and Silver Hamburgs ; Polish ; Houdan ; . Bantam, Game, any .color/; Bantam, rose comb; OrpingtonB, Black and Buff and Diamond Jubilee ; Plymouth Bocks ; Silver, Golden A and White Wyandottes; British Game, Black -red, P...

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

vj Exuninn the Labels V ^ ^ , \ /? B»e Bert Paper Hiring '? - .Jrei 1 on evejrroU ^ ^ ?;: '-^rOoldStorM,- V ?: ? j P& fj :^ns- ' j E*,„ SOIbOINO- PAPER jgg. . ' M j BniMing Puper lor „ Virmil Temiicrauire. -:iSjSHa j Covering your H*y*tapks, etc. E. BICH »nd CO.. LTD., SYDNBY. ' \ THE rilll r«rti. ul»™ /rj|» Mif SOLE AGENTS) POR . ? ' /-t||H \ oarbon^v E, RICH & CO., LTD. \ woman\ .r j \™!S5;,.\ SYDNEY. N.S.W. \°^ \ Ij A Tnily Ideal Colouring An Ideal Colour Paint ,-M and Waterproofing __ specially adaptc/l to .jSB Surface D JD D Kuberoio Roofe. ../Ha '« r ft D Slay be , :§J| ^ RED IDEAL PAINT | ''coloured tile under anv colour d (wired. '?:«§ roofs. It driet slowly. E. RICH and CO.. Ltd , SYDNEY. V:§| Rabbit Traps T 1 t Rabbit Traps I J IN HUNDREDS, at ' 1 MATTHEWS & BRADLEY'S. J CARTRIDGES in Millions ! | MATTHEWS & BRADLEY'S. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. W. EDWARDS BEGS to notify his Customers and the Public generally that he has removed his BAKERY BUSINESS ...

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Death at Yeoval. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

I-eatli at Yeoval. ? v ? On Wednesday of last week, Mrs. Jones, wife of Mr. William Jones, died somewhat suddenly at Yeoval. Deceased was found lying dead at ber home by one of her children, on tbe latter's return from school. The child believed its mother to be sleeping, but ? ll^J ? A ? ? L ? -L. ? L caneu assistance wuen so© uiu uui re spond to bis calls. Tbe cause of death was cancer in tbe face. Constable Constantino communicated, with tbe District Coroner at Molong, Mr. P. F. A. Kinna, but the latter did not deem it necessary to hold an inquiry. De ceased's remains were interred in tbe Yeoval Cemetery on Thursday.

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The Dairy. FODDER FOR DAIRY HERDS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

The Dairy. FODDEE FOE DAIRY HERDS. Mb. T. K. Dow recently delivered* an address at Springburst on how to grow fodder for the dairy herds. In the course of his remarks, Mr. Dow blamed the drought and positively asserted that the best crop to put in when the natural herbage was drying up was maize. He was well aware some of tbem would say that that could not be done unless they had a ver'v wet season, but he was in a position to prove that it had been done in drier districts than Springhurst, but they must go about it in & systematic way by preparing their best piece of land in the 'Winter. They, should ;give it a good' coat of manure and pldugh it as deep as possible in the month of June, and harrow it | fortnightly until September to form a duai coat or tilth, and prevent tbe escape of moisture by evaporation. In the wet season the maize could be drilled in, but in dry weather a double furrow plough muBt be used and tbe seed spread tfie full width of the. bottom of every fou...

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Another Railway Project. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Another Railway Project* At a recent meeting of the Glencardie (Wellington District) Farmers' and Settlers' Association, it was pointed out tbat Mr. Law, M.P., when on a recent visit to tbe district, had said tbat the Government intended doing away with the steam trams in Sydney and use tbem on light and feeder lines in tbe country. On the strength of this statement it was proposed and seconded that tbe secretary write to tbe Works Department asking tbat such a line be constructed from Wel lington to Geurie, south through Bournewood to Yeoval, a distance of about 25 miles. Such a line, if con structed, would open up and give ac cess to some of the best agricultural land in tbe West. It would also bring Baldry, Obley, Yullundry, and other good farming districts, which are at present too far from rail, within a reasonable distance of tbe market.

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

Bocobble. £ [Fbom oub own Correspondent .] It is some time since any notes came from |his little corner of the district, . bat sow we are used to the drought . and are going to think, also to write of other things. Last Wednesday evening a very interesting' and instructive lantern lecture was given by the Rev. Finley in the church here. There was a at. tan d Anna, and the lecture was appreciated by all. Last Saturday (Coronation Day) our tehn|s players journey to Molong for a day's match. Molong defeated our team by a few games, but that did not lessen the pleasure of the day. Interest ran high from start to finish, aqel the number of 6-5 sets played was remarkable. I was an interested spectator and was delighted to find that Molong had to work hard for their advantage. The visitors were entertained at Mr. Cabill's Royal Hotel, and from their remarks I feel sure did ample justice to the excellent fare provided. One only had to witness the busy scdue in our local minister's yard to d...

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CROWNING OF THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

CROWNING OF THE KING. The King, having thus tajcen the oath- was presented with the Spurs and Sword- invested with the Ring, &c. . The d owning of the King by the Arch bishop of Canterbury was now performed. One of the Bishops, instead of Dean Bradley, of Westminister, handed the crown to the Archbishop. The King was now sitting in Jting Jiiawara s on air, ana tbe Archbishop, with the assistance of the other Bishops, placed the orown on the King's head, his Majesty holding a sceptre ' in each hand. At this instant the electric lights in the Abbey were turned on, the congregation cheered, the Peers put on their coronets, the bells clanged, and the guns were heard booming in the distance announcing the completion of the chief portion of . the ceremony. . The acclamation ceasing, the Archbishop addressed the King:-' Be strong and of good courage : Observe the com mandments of God, and walk in His holy I [?]

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[?]ronation. His Majesty King Edward VII. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] [?] [?] o'db^tjyj^XWC^Jiiceaad 30,000 soldiers. tro^^^th:^^«^SS|!lSDri of some of the cavalry,Wh6 act^ as escort, lined Whit The i«nte r;'iw l'ned 'with a million ftp their position* at The roufeltolh.to and from the Abbey, the laiterbyP:»Uament-street,WhitehaU, Cockapttr-4i«efc ^«ll M^, $t- Jamea's street, Piccadilly, and Constitution-hill to BuckinghamPalace, was gailydecorated, 1 Flags,- festoons, and Venetian masts, thougbnotsonumerous as in the' prepara- ; ?*ibn..l9#.j^Pl6| datftoi Ihfe .Cdtpna tion, yet made. a' brave show, especially in St. Jatnes's-sfreet. ? The King's TittTsef and medical men were among the early arrivals at the Abbey. An ambalaooe corps and male and fenialelW&®BsCifj§e in the retirifajg rooms andin other precincts of the Abbey. Several noMemen^nvState ^waches coo- ? Tbe 'of .sp^^iww^ gave^'loud ages lb the brilliant pag^ntnlke^ V^cou ut Kitchener, Visbount.Wolseley, Earl Roberts, the Indian Princes, and Bas Mafconnen, the AbyBsinian envoy. The ...

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THE OATH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

THE OATH. The Archbishop of Canterbury adminis tered the oath, to which the King replied in a voice which was heard half-way-down the Abbey. '? '.*}'£'?? ? *' .? The ^^hblshbp : ' Is your 'Majesty willingto take the oath f ' . TheKangi'Mamwilling.' The Archbishop : Will : you solemnly protai&iuid swear to govern the people of the O^nitfed Sajngdbm of Great Britain and Tppla.n-1 ntirl tW Dominions theretd;be longing, according to the Statutes in Par liament agreed on, and the respective laws and customs of tbe same J' .. The King (having a book in his hand) : ' I solemnly promise so to do.' . The Archbishop : 'Will you to y°ur power cause law and justice in mercy to be executed in all your judgments?' The King : ' I will.' The Archbishop: ''Will you to the utmjost of -your power maintain ithe laws of God* the' true profession of the Gospel and the Protestant reformed religion es tablished ;by law?- And will you maintain and greserve iilviolably the settlement of the Church of...

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