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

Brevities. A tennis club has been formed at Gregra. At a hare drive held at Cheeseman's Creek on Saturday, 900 were shot. There are 0000 returned soldiers, and tfap premier says it is impossible to find billets ior them ail. - Babbits in Sydney are selling at from ?4s od trO 08 od per dozen, and there is a big market for them. I We regret to bear of the death of Mr. J* E. Campbell's infant son. The little child had been ailing from its birth, and died yesterday, the funeral taking place to-day. At Bedfern yesterday, chaff realised from £6 10s to £8 10s per ton. Bran brought up to Is 8d a bushel, .or one pentiy a,lb. Mr. £juke Hughes, of Molong, was fairly, successful at both . Forbes aiid Wellington Pigeon Matches., At Forbes he divided in the first round and drew £5. At Wellington, Luke fared better, and won £25 of the prize-money (£100), and also wod a £7 and £4 JX)s sweepstakes. A hare dnve will be held at The Shades on Wednesday next. Shooters and drivers are requested to meet a...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Redfern Murder. WHERE ARE THE SUSPECTS? A STATEMENT IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Tbe flft^dferii fflurder. , 'WEBBS ABB TEE SUSPECTS ? ASTATEMENT IN PA&LlAttENT. On the motion for the adjournment of the ] Legislative Assembly last night Mr. Brough- j Ion asked the Minister for Works, who was j then leading the Hous'e, if be was aware that j thf^supWsfed ^ntirderere of Constable Guil- ? xo^eleft^eWcastle by ship on the morning j - of the' day following the; murder. A state ment had been mad& that they got the New- i town tram, w.ent jfco Ciroular Quay, crossed in | the ferry to Mutton's Point, took the mixed ! goodfe train to Newcastle, and got away on a ship which had cleared at the Customs and - waorartthrig ior daylight. t t ^M^^ O|S^yan^: That statement seems Mr. Broughton : I can give you tbe name of; my informant. Mr. O'Sullivan : I think it is the duty of the hon. member to put tbat statement in writing, and give aU 'the information he has to thf p61ioe|. /TJhe inatter will receive atten tion. ? 41 ' : The.snbject then dropped.

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

[?] ofOatjjl^ia^ ?' of ? WeW^^p -whW ^aslpi^ ? JtieB&d %y'a?*large*paity of friends iand Relatives. ®he Argus wishes Mr. ind iMrs. Bradf ord a long, happy, and prosper-: ous union* ?«?.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Under Consideration. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Under Coiaslderutloii. ? .'r-UT Thjb following matters are at present ; under De^artoental coriBideration. ; 'S^j^aiia of mein Government road from Boomey to Kerr's Creek, as nrged by Mr. John Clabby. , V jpf road^om Padres to pr./^ss'a notioe by Mr. John Peck, of Manildra; TheestaMishment of a Provisional 8ptol#Bedbafck, as urged by Mr. Ey Kearney and other residents of . Bedbank.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Amended Rabbit Act. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Amended ^Rabbit Act. At* meeting ofthe Canonbar P. & 8.P, Board, a circular from Molong . ; a Boar4 to ?' of Parliament to £bihi-bi'i Act ad v ininisteredby theP.and 8. P. Boards. TjhfejSecrefcaty was instructed to reply . ? in- favor of the ' ^m^amation of thetwo Boards, and ? seetbeir way to co-operate withMolorig on this matter.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

TAKENOTICE. \ NYONE found TRESPASSING in JI 3L the Burgeon Paddocks, :md dis turbing weak stock, v.ill be prosecuted without respect to persons. JOHN BRUCE, j W.~C. FINCH Land an-i ComniiKNioii Agent. SCHOOL OF ARTS OFFICES, BANK STREET, MOLONG. rAND Matters attended to, and all infor J mation furnished. i Strictest Confidence mainlined Terms Liberal j IR,. EL STITT, OPPOSITE A. J.S. BANK, BANK-STREET, MOLONG. Seeds. Refreshments. Fruit* SOME people think it does not matter what they eat, drink, or nee, so long as It raits Ahe present convenience ; bat a word to tbe wise .is sufficient, and those who want BEESS to repay their labour on the soil ; FOOD, to refresh and strengthen the inner man ; or - FBUIT, to purify the blood and clear the brain, we say go to XX. Stltt's, Where you can select the SEEDS to beautify the Garden or the Home with Flowers, to enrich the table with much needed Vegetables, or to fill the pocket with proceeds of Yich yields from well-tilled fields. SEED POTAT...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

. AWJjBST 2ffll, ^ ^ And -will be Contifnued fox* 21 Days Only ?V ? ? 'fji#-®-'® — -- ? ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. II nYnV^J^VVTCII'VTltJtfZ Is to be effected by purchasing DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS and .... A llimayi JA W Al»mx SHOES, GJKOCliRY, IRONMONGER V, CROCKEKJf, - FURNITURE, &c., during, this GREAT TWENTY-ONE DAYS' SALE! For Prices and All Particulars see Girculars. Orders byPost receive Special and Prompt Attention. Palton Brothers, Central Providers, Omb^b,

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

THE HOMAGE. After the exaltation the Archbishop of Canterbury did ? homage. The dis tinguished prelate knelt with the utmost difficulty. The King and two bishops helped him to rise. He kissed both cheeks afterwards. The Archbishop nearly collapsed when he was descending the dais. Two bishops and an attendant were required to assist liSm ^lio tin«4U. Any) rtf ihn tnk^WA I1K&4J IV VIIC liV/t VI 1 15UU VI iiuv (liWU) nuciv he stayed. The Prince of Wales doffed his coronet and did homage to the King, afterwards kissing andshaking hands. Then the selected peers (the seniors of each order) did homage, touchingv the Crown and kissing the King's cheek, the choir meanwhile singing ' Kings shall see - and arise.1' ^ When the homage had fended the people shouted aniidst the sounds of drums, find trumpets. ' God .save- King Edward,' ' Long live King Edward,' ' May the King live for ever.' V--' i,- -- ^ Ink-stains are best removed by lemon juice. Ordinary soap strengthens ink-stains. The...

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

THE ENTHBONISATION. vThfeiTife^eomw^^stTORed and the fntJ^^p^^S^fflen^g -The SHng, leaviiijj MeiDoi^haUon chair,ascended the assistance, ihough fae w%;jve9riiig the' crown and palljun^^^ sceptres. The him. The Ai^hbishop pp Canterbury, with great difficulty ascendedthedais. 'He required assistance !!! tms ettorc, and nearly tell diving to physical infirmity. Though his' voice was powerful Ms Grace was so blind that in all his. movements he xra» led by Bishops. An attendant placed before him at every long prayer a scroll ..four feet long and two feet 'wide, on which the player was printed in large type. - Tbe scroll was lield by a Bishop, ana notwith standing the sise of the type the Arch bishop made many , mi^akes in reading, though his enunciation was slow. J*The process of lifting the King to his throne by the Archbishop and Bishops and other Peers Of the Kingdom consisted solely in rthe Archbishop of Canterbury taking and slightly . raising the Kings hands ih iris while the King ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Orange Items. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Orange lleiiis. -V — '? ' ? The annual meeting of the Orange j Pastoral and Agricultural Association was held on ;i^dj(i|i^ternoon. The report stated ^nftries,. attend ance,' iand,;Si^||#lii^eav aft- all-^ round advfl^g;)Wl^b|i' show j over last^ear^v^he liabnity of the asspciation^A3^:|^n induced from £1088' fe^^lr^P^^rtbe^ reduction of £200 this year. A j eommitiwVi^^l^j!!^ to obtain ; offers of^ B!i|tail^:fl8i!^s for1 a show ground. V ' rJr\ ^ , Mr. S. Dean, of Tremearne, is turn ing out 911bs of butter a week at present, which is phenpmenal these times.

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

Cmlal. —y ^ ^ A. ^ [Fbom oca own Cobbespondent.] Tbe newly-elected School of Arts Committee met on Monday night. There was a good muster present, the Rev. W- Vaughan Rose occupying the chair. Special offers of books at re duced rates were made by the firms of Angus & Robertson aind t)ynioct & Co., and it was decided to hand these over \ to the librarian for future-' uhb. Re ports . were read from the subcom mittees appointed to (1) inqnite vinto tbe present condition of School of Arte structure, and (2) t6 reviaa bye laws and scale of chuges. In connec tion with the former it was decided to call for;tenders immediatelyiorjsUnor n^essiry : repairs ; t^%|4e^|^ye laws and scale of charges'' were ac cepted, with slight modffioigion. The librarian (Mr. G. P. Cbartersj was re quested to post a public noficeT re questing the immediate return, of all books belonging to the institution. It is confidently expected that' the Committee will soon be-in a. position to have a forma...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

When yon lose your appetite, when your food dtstrosses yon, and when your nerves are weak, you may know that severe disease is not far away. Taken in time, the cure is easy and prompt, You must strengthen your digestive organs, purify your blood, and put your whole nervous system into better condition. Ayer's SarsaparSlla will do thisfor you^evory time. And it will give to languid and thin children the energy and vitality uatural to them. Experiment? .are dangerous. Avoid imitation Sarsaparillas. Insist always upon getting Ayer's, the oldest, strongest, best Sacsapartlla, AVER'S SarsapariHa Makes the Blood Rich and the Nerves Strong Gcnsfipafion, fciiiausnDss, s!cfc-!ieada$e,— iH cured by Ayefs IHSs. ZFaSOIPXilE'S. Q ^ v ti; o . n ]33 ' ti UJ |J- - 1 , 30 0 bd -3 H ra ^ ^ ^ & Hi § |1o^' y , CD o jj-j tr-1 J4 i- 52 So 3 & - u ' 'I iga S ^ - ) — - ca 50 g — * CT2 CJ- , aiHioqLS 7. ? . . . /' *** Make the Most of Your FROM DEAD OR OTHER - - - SHEEP —BY SENDING TO— 43 PI...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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[?] in Molong District. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] * ' conservation expended in the distriot of Mdlong in the erection of weirs at Molong, Cumnock, and Cudal ? ? The Minister lor Works answered : 't Instructions have been -given for re ports to be made on Molong and Cumnock weirs; Cudal #4r hss^lfeen favourably reported npdti, thie costnas been estimated at £800, iarfd^ a decision will shoitl^'jbS: arrived- at- wit^i te ference to these* matters. Prepara tions are complete lor calling for tenders as soon as the final appropria tion of the^SKK^C^iR^m^d^ '

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Who [?] for N.S.W. HOW IT IS DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] JHOW IT-IS DONE - . - 'sr.»,£j' - [?] - foc^hfii^utpUis fodders of. other 8iat-» in 4he Commonweal th of Aus itfctiv where would cthe pastoralists, wd^agriculturists of ~ NewJSooib W«% lie ? Tbeaharijleesoa -if unpreparedness our so-csU^ advapoed ideas asto - farming' hav$,s»6eived must ©auBe farmers- to think ftttt virginlandsare not as nroduetive as manv have under stood. It is to be Jeared, however, that many well-intending people have been led &fcray';by the- foot of there being vitgin l^n^s aud it would have . been: better perhaps hadtheright term v been applied, fca^yB well knoyvn that sueblands ^^^pntly more barren than the become worn oat by tha^^a^pa^naAtivation prin landowners ^ihis State in There^ififitflit the slightest doubt as to why the^ther States of Australia for the sterv ingato&,bqt should such a condition ofmm^iBt? Where are we to look *0-^llPIfe let the newspaper re pori^MW, Bynearlyevery steamer ? jeavi^l^l^^y lor the other, States neglecttb...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

SITUATION wanted by lad 14 years age, smart, good education, excellent references. — Apply to Mrs. Morley, c/o J. G. Sherringham, Cumnock. WANTED to place a Lad, 13 years of age, on a Farm or Station ; has bad 12 months' Experience. Apply J.B.H., C/o. Molonq Abgus. HARE DRIVE. A HARE DRIVE will take place at THE SHADES on WEDNES DAY NEXT. Shooters and Drivers are requested to meet at Mr. D. Ball's Senior, at 8.30 a.m. Luncheon Provided. Public Notice. FROM the 8th instant and onwards, the regular weekly visits- to Cumnock and Cuaal will be discontinued by the undersigned. DR. M. VEECH. DR. J. REIACH. Gth August, 1902. The Molong Mogr&pliic U IS WOW OPfil. g?T First Class Work Guaranteed. ENLARGEMENTS a Speciality. All' Work Faithfully Executed. PICTURE FRAMES made on the premises. Large Assortment of Mould-; ings at Sydney Prices. j - G. BAUER HAS much pleasure in informing the residents of Molong and District ! that he lias opened the above Studio, and ! trusts that by turn...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Dairying Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

The Dairying Industry. % — o — In an interesting lecture, Mr. H. W. Potts, principal of tbe Hawkesbhry Agricultural CplJege, instanced locali ties in Victoria where the cultivation of potatoes yielding up tQ 10 tvins per acre had been discarded in favor of dairying, with most beneficial iinan p.ial results. Several estates had been cut up into dairy farrtis up to 200 acres, which under the share system bad Returned handsome profits to both ' landlord aud tenant. The actual mo^ey results of operations on small areas showed that very comfortable incomes were derived. Iu breeding a dairy herd, tbe necessity of securing the very best sire was emphasised. A dairy farmer could better afford to borrow money to buy a first - class animal than breed from mongrel sires. Given plenty of food and proper care, first place, was awarded to tbe milking strain of shorthorn cattle, for dairy purposes. The importance of thor oughly testing eacb cow's yield and culling out the unprofitable cows was ins...

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

Parlies show. The annual exhibition of the Parkea P. A. and H. As8oeiation wafl4-pli1'^n Wednesday arid Thar^3lM«^ia was fairly successful, jalthpugh evi dences of_ the severity of tb^i drought were plainly visible. Stiili' Re sults were satisfactory, and tyr, -}, - W. Seaborn, secretary; dee^^'^iih ' ^s ;comm it^etnep^^a:^ ^ s, their pjuck in psrset^feiglingi .odds of a droughty season '? The exhibits in good. Mrs. Q. Townsebd^ '(MblobfeV^ first prize of £11 n8 with 3$* , 671bs to the busheL-{ Mr. -H T T.ni^- S was sixth with a eOilbisa^i^^Sffi^ six prizes lor wheat came tb-£ol6ni ™ ' Burrawong jams ftna rfruite — i » T' Sherriogbam^ of Nor wioh Farm, CumnockA^84be4Sfc winner in the Poultry Sectioned Si' P^e iTf0n.Priz^ r,.I° 'Jf Section (Hongei nr Clothed), Mr. Jane, JHL* tooth .'^ 6 Hr^ToooS. W°D ',e-

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] tiered 'wit nostril oiihe - great relief ln neuralgia, fow-at&e. ^e&r- aohe aud ' Otiier ,troUDle« of a JninM nature. v , How to Button Yotjk Coat.— Mo8t people start buttoning their ooatsfrom the . top, which is /quite the wrong way, and must more or less puli ^the coat out ,of shape. Themajorityofwomen.'tooi don't kuow thai^ new coat sfioald always be worn pucionea ine , nrac rew sun«8 oi wearing, so that the collar - may M set ' properly. ' :;-V j' ?- For the Cook.— When the white of an egg iji used and the yoik leftr it can be kept for several daye ,by iplacmg it in^ a cup which has been rinsed ^ut With cold water, and covering it with a damp dotJi. Inste Abjop a '^owKiHcifeawr Trtnt to run tape»in a slot and haven't a boidkin by you, a safety pin does Equally -well if pinned ihrongh the tape and then fastened. A Shabbv Bedhtkad.— Rubbing'with a cloth dipped in paraffin greatly improves the appearance of a shabby black iron bedstead/ Polish afterwards with a ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Expenditure on Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

Expenditure on Roads. — 'O— The sum of £800, 000 having been voted for roads and bridges on the Supply Bill, the Minister for Works has had instructions issued to the road superintendents that expenditure may. be proceeded with on the basis of sobedule votes for main and minor road a tor the last bnanciai year. Iris understood, however, that not more than 60 per cent, of tbe total voted for each individual district is to be expended before December 31 next, * and tbe expenditure' on any one vote is not to exceed that voted for a par ticular road or workjpr the year 1901 2. The Minister has furtberapproved that the tnunioipal councils be advised that a sum equal to about 60 per cent, of th^ subaidy ifor last year will be available for* expenditure ;bn account of the current -year ; and that there be issued to tbe road trustees 50 per cent, of the amounts voted in 1901-2 do tbe minor aud other roads schedules, such issues to be,made when tbe amounts placed at their disposal for last y...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong Rabbit Board. Mr. George Bruce Appointed Chairman. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

iVftolon^ Rabbit Board. Mr. G-eorge Brace Appoiated OhairmaB. Fbom a Gazette notice we learp that His Excellency tbe Govenor, with the advice of the Executive .Counoil, has been pleaded to appoint Mr, George Bruce, of Loombah- as Chairman of ? the Molong Rabbit Board, under the Rabbit Act of 1001. ^?he appoint ment of Mr. Bruce is pne that, we feel sure, will give universal satisfac tion.

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