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The Hospital Social at Manildra. A MOST SUCCESSFUL REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

^mm AM0ST8UO0^SFULfiEUm0N. ^ &MPP ertnnecteU -with the function had a harder ?l- _i- -ttUt. alii.'- i^tilSbZuLtStzM^ 4k itUi. li* *.*-? rUUUL VUM1 AiOO U1VUC1 ty rWUHJU WtUO 1V».M thoBewho maiiaged^reViouB socials, but the fair sex put all the more energy into ithe work Snd\;ne\i®r once ^ thought of failure. God bleas the ladies ; they are never wantmgywliere a good cause is /con cerned, .and but for their .interest in tne ; Molpng Hospital, it would not to-day: occupy the proud position it does. But the Bteriier sex also share in' the. glory, and worked like Trojans ib ensure' itaiip keeping. The Hoa. Sec. (MrY E.- Pike) ioforms us that the financial result of the social will be eonaething Ufce^£12 10s, and for a small communitylike Jtfanildra, sand considering the depressed state of affairs, this must pe-regaraed as very iatasfectory, and reflects highly on the management. The Manildra flail was tastetuliy decor ated with flags, streamers, t»nes, &c, which work was...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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The Fodder Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

The Fodder ttutles. ? — o— On Monday, the Mayor of Molong re ceived a telegram from the Mayor of Narrabri urging tbat as Mr. Ashton, M.P., had undertaken to again urge in the Assembly the remission of the fodder duties, the Member for Molong should be asked to support Mr. Ashton in the matter, hit. KiacK wired vr. Koss accordingly, and on Wednesday morning received the following reply : — ' Parliament House, 19th August, '02.— John Black, Esq., J.P., Mayor, Molong. — Dear Sir, — Your telegram re fodder duties to band this morning, and the matter of remitting the duties while the drought lasts has my sym pathy and support. The . Federal Parliament is to blame for the whole matter. It is a shame to levy fodder duties while the State is suffering so severely from a prolonged and disast rous drought. — Yours faithfully, A. Ross, M.D.'

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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A Miser's End. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

A JMUser's End. William Jaspee, who was found dead in his hut at Fatnhani, near Stuart Town, last week, died under miserable circumstances. He was 68 years old, and was a half-caste Indian, a native ' of Calcutta. He had many times unsuccessfully applied for the old age pension. The hut in which he died was a dilapidated structure and con ._ — w_ „»,» „ icovigc ui iuuu except two or three potatoes. The place was reeking with filth, add the police, after a diligent search, were just about to burn the structure and its fulsome contents, when Sen. Constable Jfan carrow found a scrap of a partly fin ished letter which raised suspicion, and a further search among the murky rubbish in the place revealed an old pencil case in which were bank deposit receipts from the N.S.W Bank at Orange foe £410, also post office savings bank receipts foe ^81 10s. No one ever dreamed that the man ' possessed a red cent, and it is the general opinion that he died of actual starvation. That such a shrunken ...

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Molong M.R. Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

JHolongM.pt. Clnlt. In connection with the day's shooting recently organised by the Mounted Rifles Rifle CIdd, the prize money, anifcrtmtiiig to - £8 (£8 of ^which was dona^dbj ^Ijieptenaritrfi0lb|Jel Smith), was P^9 over jast Sa^rdajC evening Trooper S. ^I22s ^a^^roj^per H . Williams ? 15s,v Lance-corporal J. (JulnnlSsr Trooper, JB^^sper 13s ^ 6d. Iiance-Gorppral ^I^smJHbISs 6d, ) Saddler G. ^Bjall 10s^M? .7#.S-M. D. Ball 9s, Trepper^T, J^allHSIsr Trooper \G. Toobey-6s; iS,S. E.^ikeJGs. A sweep-stakes shootiag, will take place at the* Bifle JBu|ts tomorrow, commencing at 2.80 p.m; ; It may interest some road contrac tors to learo that the -cost of fodder or goods supplied to a, man cannot be deducted from his wigesrwhloh must be paid in cbin of the realm. Give this globe of ours twenty years' immunity from /dropght, and there would he an «ver-prpduction in animal ana vegetable lifo^bat'^ould bring ' about a state pi affairs the disaster ' from which wpuld jnake our droughts N pale ...

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Wedding Bells. BRADFORD—MUNRO. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

^^^^^m^m [?] ^ last iB8ue.Webrieeyannoanoed the ^||(pfap^; follows be read wfc%fcere8t. The principals ^ tai^ia|^4yent were Mr. Frederick Braalo^^ssee of the Post Office Hbfel^^olo&gi -«nd Miss Elizabeth, fifth^augtiter f)f Mr. John Muaro, of OatwnlbaTs.^Thie marriage took place - n.f: rt»o !*.ttar*fe J-ORiHfinrfi. nn Tnendftv. 12th August, and the customary duty of giving the bride in marriage de yolved^M jli|t paternal parent. The Rev. George Milue (Wellington) tied the nnptial knot, and the principals were attended by Miss Maggie Munro (sister) and Mr. William Munro, as bridesmaid and best man respectively. The bride was attired in a dress of fawn silk voile witb trimmings of fawn satin, white silk and gimp, white hat to match ; she also wore a gold brooch set with pearls and diamonds, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid wore a dress of brown Imperial cloth trimmed with white silk and cream insertion. The mother of the bride wore a black silk costume. The only pers...

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

mKtmmmm * ni' * SOooiwon^T^^ Whatnot, and Flower-stano* -io .matoh-8 pieces lor £5 go ?.? SiLL»S COTTAGE »IKI&GtBOOM SUITE, Sfdebqwd, with G^B .'. ' fv Dining I»-le;^^^^ ?', r '???'.. -'i'^&Qii^^ 8 o Waah-stana, Towel jaU, Dane Chair, and Wardrobe, with PlateglaaB ?? . ??, \ Bk»rMa|^|-ri*« ?;:?;:.;':. ..-,{??.:: '\Z' *'?---''' \: -?* ?? ^i' 6 HALL'S FULL-SIZE HALF TESTER BEDSTEiD, with Brass Foot-rail, Set ' Best J^ipok Bedding, and Triple Wire Ma«ras8 .. .. .... .. £4 17 6 Write for Our IHustrated Catalogue ot72Pa«e8ftnd500itluBtrationfl, flr IS' If 8 atthe3?ficeof this Paper . COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED FEEE. a. i^rirp^^iY, 561 to M, GEOEOE-STBEfer, SY3DNEY. Leave Tram at Liverpool Street. |p Sit Utiwii and Thiek it Owr. ^- f . ? ^ ??- .-. „„..,,# _ ?. ./. ? . ' . -? ? If you require something suitable lor a Wedding Present or a Birthday Gift ; : ? or any fancy nick-nack to adorn your home you can get it cheaper at J.G.DONALDSON'S. IT DOES NOT MATTER ^ What article in t...

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The Rabbit Problem. A SOLUTION AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

[?] [?] Ths rabbit problem, wrhich has. sur vived aitaoks of all kinds calc1|luted Hf^^v^l^ is at last;;^i^p^3i advantajgeously countered by the latest device for coping with the pesiiii- 4ft. QtSg. iSarris, formerly kt [^S^i0i claims to have conceived the utilitarian idea of freezing and exporting rabbits ana nares tor 'Home consumption, and judging by the enormous propor tions this new industry has assumed, it looks as if he had accomplished all he claims to have. Since March last Mr. Harris tells us (Orange Leader) that no less than £37,000 has been paid to trappers in the west for hares and rabbits. Eighteen tons of these rodents have been sent away from Tarana railway station alone each week for some months, he tells us, and those engaged trapping have been making from £3 to £10 a week. The trapping, we are informed, is a simple process, the small steel trap being used, and attended to three times a nigbt— early in the night, then about 11 o'clock, and early in the morning. Id ...

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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

wgg^m&m iSalMian Cricketers' record to Jate: l^Piafflifelws, Io8t 2, unfinished; |§^JL^&S|di one of Welington's ^iexlyfisterdiy morning, aged 60 years. ^^#a^g;fij||i^3i(5ls thunder showers over a large area of the State, but iin likely to be of any great value. On dit that Gudal and Blayney footballers will have another, fly together— the next time for £2 a man. Mir. ^ W. Kerr left for Parkes yesterday morning. Parkes people will find Mr. Kerr a welcome addition to their list of citizens. , Mr. ;E. Thomson, of Molong (Orange g C.W.E.F.U.), has been picked to play ™ againBt^Queensland in Queensland. We are requested to announce that Mr. W. Pearce will preach in the new church at Goambeen next Sunday at 8 p.m. Up to date 662 applications for Old . Age Pensions have been received by the Orange Old Age Pension Board and 549 certificates have been issued. The wife of a squatter up Condo bolin way recently gave birth to twins. The new arrivals were christened *? Drought ' ...

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Molong to Peak Hill Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Molong to PeaK Hill Railway. \j — ? Satisfactory progress is being made with regard to tbe survey of the pro posed line of railway from Molong to Peak Hill, via Cumnock. Mr. Hunter is now out 12 miles, having completed that distance from Molong, .and ex pects to reach Cumnock about tbe end of September. The many curves necessary to negotiate tbe route through tbe Gan is eivina fchn an»t»»- „*„«? considerable trouble, but this difficulty over it will be plain sailing in to Cumnock on a down grade. The Norah Creek route, mentioned by Mr. Hunter in his recent report, is again being brought prominently under notice,, the advocates of tbat rotote maintaining that , better agricultural land wouhi be tapped than by adher ing to the Copper Hill line as at present surveyed. Mr. Hunter was, : on Tuesday, piloted over the Norah Creek route by Mr. E. H. Gavin, bat' with what result we have been unable to learn. ?

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Beetroot as Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Beetroot as Fodder. u In Victoria dairymen are beginning to realise tbe value of beetroot as fodder for tbeir stock. A dairy farmer near Traralgon, in Gippsland, began feed ing his cows on beetroot at tbe end of March, with the result that from 19 cows, on halfan-acre, his milk' cheque naniA in £RR 17& fnr turn mnntha Ui» next door neighbour from 15 cows, fed in tbe ordinary way,' received £7 5s only for the month of April. He therefore began to feed on beetroot, at the end of April, and was gratified to find that for tbe month of May his milk cheque rose to £18 7s Id. .

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Ball at Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

JBall at Cargo. ? r% ? The plain and fancy drass ball held at Cargo on Friday evening, in aid of the local Convent, was a great suc cess, about 75 couples being present. Canowindra Band supplied the music, which was first-class. A splendid sapper was provided, by the residents, at Mr. Collins: Fost Office Hotel, after which dancing was resumed and con tinued till daylight. The financial result turned out at £20, ^a very satis factory sum these times. '

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Land Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

L.aii«l Selection. At the Lands Office yesterday the following applications were lodged for Conditional Purchases by the Union Bank :— 110 acres, parish Obley ; 67 acres, parish Buckinbah ; 80 acred, parish Obley ; 40 acres, parish Balderodgery ; 123 acres, parish Obley'; 4:8k acres, parish Balderodgery ; 116 acres, parish Balderodgery.

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Valedictory. "SEND-OFF" TO MR. E. W. KERR. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

fflHI .mtiBsmmm. mmmmmmm Kersr fiaa -^belai^iisiaep ^^M^m^iot somethingaijteB^Bk j^sfadujSnff wfHich time he |i^^^^ide^|^^fe^9te^l luauvoip— *uoj:togress\/omiintieeJ,i-isi;rict Sana and BlcyaeiBlub. ^.^fe ^ited as Secretary': of rrthe latter T&rMfevfiral years, and to his energetic influence '4he Club; alone, oTres its esastetice^to-day. That i Jfr, JSLerr was extremely Tpopnlar with Ms fellow employees was amply demonstrated on Wednesday night, when about thirty of his more intimate friends assembled to wish him 0od speed and success.. ' * ? ' ^ * T' Mr.E. E. Mullins occupied thie chair, and in a eulogistic speech referred to the many good qualities of the departing guest.. He had known Mr. Kerr perhupB longer than uny one present, and had ever found ium jai straightforward and up right man ia wery sense of the word. In conclusion, Mr. MullinB presented Mr. Kerr with a handsome travelling bag as a memento of the esteem and respect' in which he was held fey his Molong friend...

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St. John's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

St. John'* Church. — n — On Thursday, 21st instant, baptism was administered at St. John's Church, making one thousand baptised in the parish of Molong during the rectorship of Kev. J. Alldis, and 2905 since 29th November, 1857, when the first sacramental rite was solemnised by Rev. fiobt. Mayne, 45 years ago. The present Bector has thus held the parish one third of the time of its existence. During the previous 30 years nine clergy held the charge— from one to 6J years each.

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Very Remarkable Predictions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Very Remarkable Pr«Ml!ctlou«. J. K. Breeson, a young man residing in Findlay, Ohio, U.S.A., whilst in I itrance on tbe night of June SO, made a number of startling predictions that were listened to and taken down bv a trustworthy witness. He says an at tempt will be made on the life of Presl dent Eoosevelt within fiftefen months bv * ma» with a fancied personal B'y -?. i1'*' win oe trustrated by tbe activity and bravery of the President. King Edward will recover, but be will not live three years! When his son succeeds him an at tempt will be made to form a R6pubn0 and grant freedom to the colonieV in- cluding Ireland and Scotland, hut will ( fail because tbe wealth of 4be oduntrv is in the bands of tbe hofaility; 4 The Pope will die with the close ot the year. Uis deatb will W^ia&r change the political map of d^S? The next President Will^ a^e^M^ can, ba*^n.not-be.^Q^||^g|?;^:;;:: , ;

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Manildra Show. ABANDONED OWING TO THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

^??01 ABANDONED OWGiO THE DEOTOHT. On Saturday^ bBirig to consider ^bje SdsfeaSUij^ ot htalditig lhd^r-^sel Sb^^atsa ipi* ldtb ^eptemJber) 4nt ifie face of tbe disastrous season, now threiteaing the district.';'! , .;--; ?'?,: '»/?'?;-- :,' '?'..'?'??.- ?'?? '''- The Presidebti (Mr-F- E. Ohurcbill) toils linn\r/-ii#lnV»lu ohootif. lint - oftnt n. letter of -apology in which ho thought that iu tbe best interests of the Asso ciation tbe Ploughing Matches, and Exhibition should be put off for this year. If Ubey went on tbey would only have a failure, which 'would pre judice^ their Show for future years. Stock were not in show condition, and in their inmost hearts- they would be ashamed of sending each exhibits into the ring before competent Judges. Feed required was at present at famine prices, and that necessary to get shook up forBhow purposes was now devoted to keeping others alive. Of course should the meeting decide to go on, Mr. Churchill wrote that be would be pleased to co-oper...

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Cudal News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Cutlal News. ? n ? [Feom our own Correspondent.] The victory gained by the local club in the challenge football match, Blay ney v. Cudal, played at Orange on Saturday last, was the chief topic of conversation here during the earlier part of the week, and the rising athletes ftrfi nardnnahlv nrnnfl nf the fresh laurels they have won: The Annual Hospital Ball, held on Wednesday night, proved a most tre mendous success. Tbe ball was crowded. Ibis estimated ' that fully sixty couples stood up in one set. Many of the dresses worn were exceed ingly tasteful and pretty. Great credit is due to tbe secretary and organisers for tbe success of tbe effort, and it is- hoped that a considerable sum will be banded over to tbe benefit of that very worthy institution, the Molong Hospital. During the week -x ' working party ' has been making great improvements in tbe Church of England portion of tbe Cudal Cemetery. Most of tbe trees have been grubbed and burnt, lines have been marked to ensure tbe mo...

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Sydney Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Sydney Wool Market. WtxcneoMnK, Carson & Co., Limited, report : — Our usual monthly sale con sisted largely of scoured wools, up to l'J[d being offered at auction for a line from Colhngwood .Works; GN/LYANGA, Messrs. Wright and Abbott, Botany. 19d ; EESBY from the Collingwood Works, 19d ; GRETA, from the same establish ment, 18}d ; AC/MABO0, from Adavale, Queensland, 17Jd. Privately we have sold Messrs. Bichards & Sons skin-wool at 20d per 1b. Pieces, bellies and locks of Mr. A. Amos' ' TULLO0NA ' clip from Warialda (last year's wool), well-grown, but more or less affected by seed and burr, sold as follows :— Pieces 7d, bellies aid, locks 3{d. Mr. T. A. Stirton's clip, an attractive wool similarly affected, realised 8d. Odd bales of greasy fleece sold to 8}d, broken 74d, lambs Gjd, black 8*d, and dead 4}d. We sell again about 14th September. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd., report : — The usual monthly auction sales were resumed in tbe local mark...

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Orange Stock Market. Coulson, Harton & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

??MEMi ! ??; ?. . ? ;-. . . Coulson, Harton ? & i&; ,.; ?-? _ . : {hf*$1$R$JB?!& % ^yarded, :, kaing.^prtAsi-. p^ly medium quality bullocks ?anajN^ifiMr-- goba cows. Market firm at an advance on^Jsailei JSoliock? sold to, Jfi^OpSs, cows io iilOa Is'; best beef being equal to aboiiV428 «d per lOOlbs. We^na6-^® bullocks for Mr. W. Bowman, i4Perowjle.f to£1058s. 2 cows for Mj:. P. ?Schmlctt, Borenore, to £8 fis. 1 cow for Mr. Tait, Springgide, £8 12s. 1 cow for Mr. Grady, East Orange, £8 14s. Fat Sheep,— About 250 yarded, mostly inferior to medium quality ; market very firm for anything like good quality. Merinp wethers made 15s, 1 extra prime merino wether sold at £2 10s. WeaoW 100 wethers for Mr. J. E. Keenan, ' The Bridge,' to lls. 50 wethers for Mr. F. O'Beirne, Heifer Station, at 15s id. 1 wether (pet) for Mr. E. Lane, ' Llanello,' £2 10s. Store Cattle.— We yarded 100 head of dairy cattle, but in most instances prices not reaching the reserve they were with...

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

W later comes wjlfo chilly drape, And coughs and colds we can't escape ; We're bound to fafee it e*erj year, However much the damp we fear. We loug to seepid^ltiVfibrigh t rays Through those wet*and gloomy days, While our hedthws. do ftisure : With sotiie ?$itoqtffi ;? ? 0beat Pbi-i'ebmixx Cnws.lv N-V.-VvV':-*'.' ;':;' ???''?

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