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A Murderer Confesses. TO THREE MURDERS IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

A MLvir^erer C«M»fesses. TO THREE MfiDEBB IN OtTESNSLAm). Last Thursday nigbt Edward Purcell, a native of West Maitland, aged 51 confessed to a congregation at the Salvation Army Building that he had committed three murders in Qaeens^ lahd. He made a written statement in , the presenoerof a witness, and iires subsequehUy arresied. Puwj§ll say8 he made the statemept voliihiariiy aa he was tired of his Uf* . re^dasfoll , . *«I shot Jack NicholIs at Ada Vale, ! Queensland, ^bout ;2iyedra ago. He was a half-caste abofginal ; Tommy Burns was with me. I had to shoot Burns, because I thought he would tell me. I shot Willum al^o 10 years ago at Buelroy, in Queensland.'* In reply to the Sergeant, Pureell Salfi: 1 ®hot Nicholis over some cattle stealing -at Ada -Vale, and ?burned his body, I also burned Burba. l .?UVW&8 over - row, and I chucked his body in the Warrogo.' Purcell has been enjoyed at Keenit Station, near Carroll, and e&ms da. - spondent aud Repentant. ? Investig...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The She[?] To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] [?] [?] As a matter -loot, I .read the: shearers'. manifeStoii tlFebru&ry lastK Ifil S^cili^waa state d the iotention to ask thistear for 25s Sratt-we knew j anythingiabbutthe'pi^B^t 3timght,V The ;de manawpuldbe made. '. .Moreover, in order to resist thiBdem&ndof theA^W. tJnion on behalf of: ; the shearers, the pastoraHsta formed tbe Machine Shearers' .Uoion in oppostioD to the older Union — forming it on a more liberal jb&sis to enable them to down the AW.U. And I amsoiTy to aay that tlie drought »yi, to a 'oonsider&bleextentjftssist them in'gaining their ends. I don't intend, in this letter, to argue , as to whether it woold haye been ffise on the part oil the leaders to abandon their claim to the higher price or obt. Personally,! think the*; repre sentativesof the shearers should have told inborisequence of the drought from^e ef feOtsof which they were suffering they (the, shearers) would withdraw their deinand for the 5s extra this season. Th...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A Case under the Truck Act. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

A Case uiulev the Trucl4 Act:, One of the first cases under the Truck Act was heard at the Orange Police Court on Tuesday last, when Henry Stain, miner, recently employed at the Extensipb Mine, Lucknow, proceeded against '.H., W. Newman for that on May 23rd, 1902,' Newman being then the employer of Hpnry Stain, working in the capacity of a tainer, at a certain wage (7s 6dper day), at Lucknow, did unlawfully dismiss from his service tbe said Henry Stain on ac count or the manner m which ue uiu ap pend his wages. The substance of the charge was contained in a letter from Newman to Stain, in which the former said that plaintiff was indebted to him in the amount of £4 last month, and that J if he could not afford to p.iy for his tueKer he had better get his time and find another place. The defence was that the plaintiff was dismissed for refusing to obey his instructions, and other onuses, apart from that stated in Newman's letter. After lengthy evidence had been taken, the P.M. said th...

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Closer [?] Act. [To the Editor of the MOLONG ARGUS.] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] [?] You speaks HiJsAcfcaa if ifc were a good oDe. I cer&ihly^think its bene* buying up ^naMwteas almost certain to give more ^ than .the... value of the estate., -The whotebasipdss of resel ling it is done^ wwi ^tvaiats^ and the these estates. The profit that is to be got oat of these estatep will not go into the Government goffers, but into the pockets of owners of property in tbe ad jacenV towns. Take Molong lor example. Should the Act fee applied , the persons who will reap the greatest profits will be those who own property there. iBut what do V^hey ^cbntribate toyrards this ? Not S penny 1 Then again, is there a demand by bona-fide farmers for agricultural land ? If so, tbe GoVernment shodld throw open some of tbe land that is at present locked up. ft has millions ol acres yielding very little revenue, and which ?might be gmuggopd returns if thrown open to the enterprise of those really wanting land. The tendency of many people is to ask Government for every thing. ...

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

meruit bur ii. [Fbom oub owi» Correspondent.] The weather still keeps dry, with very heavy frosts at night, so that the rain which we had last month has done but little good. The growth of wheat and grass seems to be at a stand still, and worst of it is that the feed is almost exhausted and none can be obtained. You can imagine what the severity of the drought must be out West, wlJfen emus are coming in this far in large numbers. I am afraid the shearing will be very light in this district, as a great number of sheep have already died, and now that tbe late lambing has com menced there is sure to be a greater fatality. I see that the A.W. Union have pot agreed with tbe pastoralists. It will make no difference here, nor in a greater part of Parkes and Condo bolin districts, as they are starting under the Machine Sharers' Union agreement with the pastoralists. I have already seen two of* the agree ments which have been forwarded 'to i be applicant for shearing, to be signed and return...

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

ilftanildra. [Fhom oub own Correspondent.] A very important meeting of members of Manildra !P. and A. Association has been arranged for Saturday at 7.30 p.m., to discuss the . advisability of abandoning tbi.s year's Show (dated for 10th September) on account of tbe drought. The 'Combaittee are anxious to have the opinion of mem Kat*a An flia anKi'a/tf. 1?.nanttfkmn- w IW VM VUV UUUJWVI J-J fOLjiuiug wan pointing to this year's Manildra Show being a record success, as the Com mittee and the energetic secretary, Mr G. W, Griffith, hsid worked very bard Nto show what Manildra could do. But the want of rain is a great obstacle. Tenders will be received by /Mr. Griffith up to Monday next for fencing in the oval on the jReoreation Ground. Ping Pong, that brainy game, has ! been introduced at the local School of j Arts, and the members are having a ' great time. j A very quiet bi\t pretty wedding was j celebrated at St. Mary's Cathedral,1 Sydney, on Wednesday, 80th July, j tbe contracting ...

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

Holiiiig Hairy Company* Dobdjg the past month, 8,817 gallons of milk were, supplied Molong District Dairying Go's, factory add creamaues, suppliers being paid 5^d on a 8 9 test. ^Compared with the figures of July, ( l-901v the supply la%t month shows a gjee at falling off. During July of last year, 27,568 gallons were^supplied ^by Manildra, Cumnock and Molong alon§, butter made totalling42,590lbs. Suppliers Were paid £495 12s 7d— 4 5-16tbs pence per gallon. Although the returns for last month .are small in comparison, yet they must be re garded as satisfactory in the , face of the calamitous season we, are at pre sent experiencing : — ? Gallons. Test. £ s d Cumnock 3375 3.93 78 5 10 Manildra 1625 3.03 38 8,4 Bowan Park 1768 3.9 40 10 0 Borenore 743 3.95 .17 4 5 Factory 374 3.94 8 13 6 Cudal 932 3.91 21 7 5 8817 23.56 204 9 6

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

FOB SALE in ' .?^ ' l0t^er ?? ®Wn- : ? ' 31^ 'i: A, NYONE caught Fishing or otherwise Larras Lake or BE PROSE OUTEDwithoutrespect to persons. ? ' JAMES LEE. OUR AGENTS. COPIES of the Moi/-kq Anous may be obtained from the following Agents :— MOLONG— J. G. DONALDSON CUDAL— GEOEGE SNOOK MANILDRA— J. EL WILLIAMS W^;BEEYE, ' SADDLE ALNESS MAKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. \ __ ORDERS executed with NEATNESS and DESPATCH. Please note the address— W. M. REEVE, SADDLER, ClarliMla Street, Parkes. Cuntttach^utdicrg John Xeary & Sons PSOPBIETOBB. T)RIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, Ac., at the JT lowest rates. Small Goods always on hand. Best attention given to all orders. LOOK! ? ? IF YOU WANT A GOOD FITTING SUIT Made from (he Best material, call and see W. HARRIS, IN BANK-STREET, Where Only First-class Workmen are employed. ALL orders are executed on the Premises, where a selection can be made from all classes of Goods of the most modern ? patterns. I have now in stock a Splendid 'Assortment of Ma...

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Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 15 August 1902

[?] Just now, when the question ofifilpser feBfttlemeht ia Being practieail|^pi|f cussed/in this district, ibe following item f rom the Glen Innes Examine* will prove interesting : — u During th& preBent season tbe farmers on Fnrraoabad Estate have exported j^Q^9^&Bliiels:pf maize and 1600 tons ofvchaff,ibe hulk going to Newcastle. This is a notable instance of the ad vantage of oloser settlement, for while a few years back Furracabad was merely a ' sheej)-walk,' employing a handful of people, it now is the busy homes of a large community of pros perous settlers who. bfave come to the district from other parts of tbe State.'

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

Something That Will Do You / -3ood. We know of no way of which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something ithat will be of real good to them. For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one of the very best remedies on the mar ket for coughs, cplds. and that alarming complaint, croupi. We refer to Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. We have used it with such good results in our family so long that it hais become a household neces sity. By its prompt use we haven't any doubt but thai it bas time $nd again pre vented croup. The testimony is given upon our own ejgjerience, and we suggest that our readers, especially those who have small children, always -keep it in tlieir homes as a saf^uptT^ against croup. —Camden (SC., TO Sold by H. W. Mat»rdv0heniiirt13tfjolong. The Beehive Store, ' I Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHEAPEST: HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT WHEREAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. ? 33S ? Enamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ...

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Toogong Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

TOOgOllg Bjf*Ot€S. {From a Travelling Correspondent.) Dry weather and bard frosts are still e the order of events in this part of the country^ Stock of , all kinds are miserably poor, aud everybody who has any must hand, feed them or let them die, for grass is an unknown quantity; There is a large travelling - ctnnlr roaarva hflt.WfiP.n Toncnnff. Cuda and Murga, but just now it is like a stockyard-beaten out by the boss cockieB to whom it is leased. It always seems a wonder to me that the Government should have a I slice of country for travelling stock and then let the grass right to a gquatkr. Naturally the/ latter al . ways sees that it is eaten- out, and there is never a mouthful of grass for the man „ who comes along with a little lot of sheep or cattle. But that is not the worst of it— the traveller is hunted along like a native dog. The 1 people the land is leased to bunt off the very men for whose benefit the Government first set the land aside. Par better would it be for the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

[?] although the temptation to lower the quality is great. Oor Streuglh is as the Strength of ie ii ' Iftfewir SoapisfflE. Qt course the price is higher than that of -the 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 lor theBuyprise Brand, and insist upon getting it. Agent for Molong: JAS, HASLAM, ^Australian Stores, --^^Stilill Norwich Farm, HHB t tin ^**Wi*Bfe»^~-^^S^5B*Pl: ' Propeietob. Breeder, Exhibitor, ImpBri^riftnd Exporter of all the principal varieties of FOWLS and BUCKS, BETWEEN »:AS*b 80 IS ^XJMBBB. Prize Winner with mostly all the lollowlns: Vwiefles«t.ibe Bathurst, Dubbo, Onngc, . . Welllnstqn and Forbw Shows. .'?,;?:? . . - . .. Lighted Dwk Bratmas; Biitt, '^arttidge, $& White Cbohins; Langshaa; DorkiDg, Brown and White Leghorns; BlaokUSpanish; Aodaldsiao; Golden and Silver Hamburgs; PoliBb; Hotidan; Bahtani;- G*me, any color; Bantam, rose comb; Orpingtons, Black an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

J.E.GiW|-S The Beehive Store, , I Bank Street, Molong, 18 THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT WHEREAT TO PURCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. ? 3se ? Enamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ADDRESS : OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. Wool. Produce. Grain. ? x1 NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD., SYDNEY. ACT AS SELLING BROKERS ONLY. Consignors are Absolutely Protected under a Clause in tbe Memorandum of Association of this Company. Commission for Selling is Three - Quarters (f) Per Cent. ((Including Beceiving into Store, Fire Insurance, Weighing, Lotting, Repacking Sample Bales, Advertising, Cataloguing, &c.) on Wool BealU ieing over Gd per lb. the charge will be . . . . 3s 9d per Bale On Wools realising 6d and over4d per lb . . . . 2s 6d per Bale On Wools realising 4d per lb and under . . . . Is Gd per Bale Perfect System of Weighing. Way Bills Sent on Application. Produce. SALES of SHEEPSKINS. HIDES, TALLOW, MARSUPIAL SKINS, &c, held WEEKLY. RABBIT SKINS. R...

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The Advantages of Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

[?] mmmmsm KE^a^^l^^-iifijI^^M^ferfflitj1 - out Up:! v^;5^|^^%^gi|i«i8Bq(;-; it is usefnl - In telK -V* foUowing a well^i^i&fed system of : , wjw utuoc luniiB vi - ttgnuuivuic ut ^J^easa^^S^es in winter a ? &0 straw iFOOi tfaiefarni is profitably aidisiL : ^0-^- ' ' '? --,. I, JPbe by-products from the cow, skimTiQUl^^e3r^^w«r--£ailkl - are a source of inpome in raising pigs and calves; hi Dairying -gives constant and regular emplo^tnent of a Jight charac ter to every member of a farmer's IS. Dairying inculcates Iftbits of panotuaUtynij£iuetrs. cleanliness, and tunic on toe cans. --? ? 7. Gream and cutter are condensed pr^diiote, an%the eosfc of carriage, in ? coropWisoi *ltfc *heir valae, is less than that of any ot|Bt farni product. jB. ;^|(th^fjij^||^^oAl|i^ and -jheese on the world's markets is unUtaited, and so long as the quality is maintained an all round even and profitable price can always be secured. 0. ^ie existing jsystem of preparing /our flairy products...

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Expired Leaseholds. AN IMPORTANT LAND MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Expired Leaseholds. - * AN IMPORTANT LANS MATTEE. The following letter has been addressed to the Amaroo Progress Association by Mr. D. R. Hall, the Member for Gunnedab : — Parliament House, Sydney, 9tb August, 1902.— Tbe Secretary, Pro gress ? Association, Amaroo. — Dear Sir,— It is expected tbat within tbe next six weeks a BiH will be presented to raniament dealing witn toe iLxpirea Leaseholds and other Crown Lands in tbe Eastern and Central Divisions of the State, and the importance of 'the measure must be my excuse for addressing this communication to your Association. There is a very general, and, I believe, well-founded impression here that if tbe people wish to prevent tbe best of the Crown Lands being again banded to tbe pastoral is ts for a long series of years, this will only be done by their showing the liveliest interest in the matter at tbe present stage. To give them an opportunity of doing this I am by this mail forwarding to all Farmers and Settlers' Associations, Pro...

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Weekly Calendar. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

[?] 4..i^''?v. ? : .; ??august.',;; ''?-% ]:V/}:. . '???'.'.'?'?? ?-.'.- ' ] Son. ?? [ Moon.' ;,:I-«6. Rises Bete j BiseafSets. 52¥riday.. .. 6 27 5 29 8 43 7 37 23 Saturday .. 6 26 5 30 9 45 8 13 24 Sunday ..6 24 5 30 10 48 8 65 25 Monday .. 6 22 5 311152 9 34 26 Tuesday .. 6 21 5 32 a.m. 10 21 27 Wednesday.. 6 20 5 33 12 55 11 12 28 Thursday . . 6 19 5 83 1 56 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

ifelifer;. ':w %?y:\-:-,-'-tzgw$MMpy ? , ?????'??? ^ . M.B.{ Ch.M., Ed. BANK STREET, ntoiong. Government Vaccinator. M» L. £aro, R.D.S., Oentlst, Orange, (Lats Leveb & Caro), (Late Assistant to Dr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONQ — OH — « Saturday, August 2 t%9 And may be Consulted at Stock well's Hotel from 9 a.m. to Gp.rn. Legitimate Work done in* all Branches of the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. Legal. i, Eiray Up Jago loll, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. rpRUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved X Seooreties. FEED -on STARVING FOB 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 Phodocb Merchant, ANSON STREET, ORANGE. NOTICE ALL persons found trespassing in the .'? paddocks of the undersigned, upon any pretext whatever, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. ? B. H; GAVIN, M. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Mudgee has been struck by tbe J gipsy pest. Mr. Seddon is reported to have refused tbe King's offer of a baronetcy. Biebop Camidge and Mrs. Camidge are on their return trip. Mr. Justice Williams, of Victoria, is of opinion tbat first offenders should not be sent to gaol, it n can possioiy be avoided. Burglars and bad characters are said to be as numerous in Sydney as erowsare in tbe country. Quong Tart tfas murderously as saulted at bis office in Sydney on Tuesday in broad daylight, the robber decamping with about £20. The North Coast Co-operative Dairy ing Company manufactured 109 tons of butter during July, and paid a total of £19,600 to suppliers. Tbe balance-sheet for tbe whole Commonwealth prepared by the Postal Department shows that tbe nominal loss last year was £46,240. At the Corowa Pigeon Match (£100) on Saturday, Mr. Luke Hughes (' Tbe Boy '), of Molong, was one of the four shooters dividing in the first round, taking £10 each, at the six teen tn Dira. Tbe following progr...

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The Sale of Fertilisers. NEW LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Tlie Sale of Fertilisers. NEW LEGISLATION. The use of artificial fertilisers id vari ous br&ncheaof agricultural production has-' grown largely of recent years. Tbe folly of taking everything out of the land by continual cropping without putting anything back has long been recognised, and where possible agri culturalists have, by means of natural manuring, endeavored to maintain the productive capacity of the soil. With the march of science, however, certain artificial fertilisers containing the chemical compounds which the soil requires to maintain its product iveness, have come into widespread use. Chemistry and agriculture have thus come into close touch. At the same time commerce, with its neces sary concomitant, competition, bas become a third factor, and the Govern ment has come to' the conclusion tbat legislation is required to ensure tbat the * agriculturist when he buys a fertiliser supposed to contain the necessary chemical ingredients in the proper proportion - ge...

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