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The Truck Act. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Tbe Truck Act. With reference to the case under tbe abovenamed Act reported in our last issue, in which Mry H. _W- iNewman, of liucknow, was tnuleted in fine and costs a| the i grange TOiceJ3purt, it will dpiibtless prove wasting to quote ihe ise^tion u^der vsirhich the in formation was laid. Here)|tis: — ' No employer shall directly or in directly, by himwlf pcfiU\Bgeipit, im pose as a oondiiion, expcBss or im plied, in or for the employment of any workman any terms as to ? tbe place j where or the manoer,in which or tbe person wit* i whom any ;:*ag?B pr por tion of wages paid^)fcdt|!^^rkman J are or is to be expended or any terras requiring Jiioi ^^@|i^jp^iv^e lands of such emplpyejr | a^i j^o cemployer **all3^«nsetf ^:$f^^if4l8njiss any wbrioiian :vlraiii^f tt-]|S^ment on ? 9^^p^rtsi.:'-i^fma^^0^:'pt the maiiier in ^j^|^|Jff|^pn-;with ? wh6nl^y^^f|i^pn^6f.wages|

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sawdust for Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Sawdust for Stock. — o — In addition to tbe bottle-tree and prickley-pear as fodder for stock in this district (says the Coombungee Coubieb, Q.), sawdust is being fed to working bullocks at a sawmill near bere. At first it was mixed with pollard in equal proportions. The bullocks were reported to be doing mill r\y\ it- C\t Info i-.ha avnorimont.a have been varied, and, instead of pollard, molasses is being used. The molasses, is simply mixed with the sawdust. It is not known bow tbis will answer, as the cattle have not been living on it long enough to prove anything. The cattle ate the sawdust and pollard with avidity, and as they' kept up fair condition, the experiment was regarded as a demonstrated success.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Popular President. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

A Popular President. — n— GondoboIiIn Lachlandeb publishes an excellent photo of Mr. A. S. Balcombe, the popular president of Parkes P. & A. Society, Mr. Balcombe (who is a member of Moling Stock Board) came to Parkes district from Melbourne about 20 years ago and selected Coradgery as bis field of choice out of the many fine estates that were then available for speculators. He has alnravc atrinnari a /loon fntarpsf; lil his Society and has for a number of years filled tbe post of President. He is both a liberal prize giver and large exhibitor, and when we say that last year he voluntarily came forward and paid for the painting of the Show ground fence it is needless to state that, in view of such an example, the Association is a progressive and vigor ous one.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

v OUR SEVENf H^NNIVERSARY. To-day's run o£ the machine celebrates our seventh anniversary, and next week we enter the eighth year of publication Looking back we feel a pardonable pride in ;. the progress made since the first issue of the Ahgus, - in 18^5. : From a fourr' page paper, run off on the plain but useful hand-press, we have increased to a 16-page journal issued by means of one of the latest machines manufactured. Our pro gress warranted an extensive addition to the plant, and at the beginning of the year, at an expense of several hundreds of pounds, we added extensively to our ma chinery and type, making the plant one of the largest and most complete in the West. To-day we issue one of the largest papers published out of Sydney, at a price below any of our country contemporaries.!' Our constant aim is to produce a paper worthy of the support and respect of the people of this important electorate, and' that our efforts are appreciated is amply demon strated by the quarterly...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

;-?;;..- :[-,_ M^t^aQ^^p^ iod^bf $. & '; -Vy ^ ; Sher^Dg|&wa ?= ?vHip|£ ; Tfolley .Farm,: ' Comnpck, aged ISO years. Deeply re ? ??;\:^^&^^A.;^\:'i -rv. ?-???'? ? '?' Australia fob the Australians.' . FRIDAY, AUeXJST .22, 1902.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

The Wea flier. _0— A \vr.i.((iv,i; change in the woiiIIkt tooK place y-jstanl:iy, although locally only a few sliowers. i'l'iKUtHciuni in register, were recorded. Ai night rumblings of thunder were, heard, with a few faint (lashes of li.ehtnin.ii. followed l-v one or two smart showers.' To-day has lieen dull and + Iit-,i'. f ;,ni mv iv i Hi :i hVt.lrt rjiiii. In iii!inv parts of the S::ile rain has fallen, several stations reporting from one to two inches, In the West. Molong, Wellini^ou, Parkcs, Forbes. DmIjIio. Uiircoar and Orange have participated to a certain extent iji the ?welcome visitation. Mr. Russell predicts acoiit:!j-j::t)c?oftl)e ruin with northerly nine's.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Payne's Process. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Payne'* Process.* — o — Mr. W. Payxk, the well-known mining assayer of Orange, is about to revolu tionise the treatment of gold and copper ores. This gentleman some time ago formulated a scheme to treat such ores at a minimum of cost. The scheme has turned out so well, that notable men of the mining world simply climbed over each other to get the patent rights. It is now definitely stated that the scheme has been successfully negotiated by those who wanted it, and ]\lr. Payne receives some thing like £100,000 in cash* besides a paid up interest, for his patent. Itf is stated that tli is new style of treatment is so cheaply handled that slightly less than 2 per cent, of copper will pay. Mr. Payne is to be congratulated.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Wool Report. WlNCHCOMBE, CARSOX & Co., LIMITED, report rather more activity in the local market during the past week. Consider able quantities or local fellmongered wool have changed hands at rates which are fully up to those which have obtained since the auctions held on 17th July. Our top prices are still skinwool 20d, scoured fleece woor 22d — both records in their particular grades. We sell again on 18th September.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by correspondents.] The Bonus Bill and Mr. Brown. To the Editor of the ARGUS [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Coiresttdnfliiitt ? ? ? ? ' ?'?.:??)& )?-? [We do not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by correspondents.] . V *? The Bonus Bill and Mr. Brown. To the Editor of thfl Aiirjns ' Slit, — I read your report, in last issue, of tiie Molong Municipal Council, and saw by that report that Mr. Thomas Brown, the Federal representative for this elect orate, had declined to support the Bonus Bill in the Federal Parliament to estab lish iron 'works at Lithgow. It appears that the Molong Council had written to this gentleman asking him to support the Federal Government in passing this measure. In his reply he is reported to have said that the only bonus he would support would be a State Bonus and that he did not believe in giving bonuses to private capitalists to start /industries. Now, Mr. Editor, is not this the same Thomas Brown who advocated a );--;rjs to be paid to any rrivate capitalist to pro duce, a certain quantity of sugar within the Federated States to be grown and manufac...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hare Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Hare Drive. A successful hare drive was held at Tbe Shades on Wednesday. About 50 drivers and shooters turned up, tbe former being captained by Mr. Jack Neville, and tbe latter by Mr. Phil Bowler. Tbe work of destruction commenced at 9-15 a.m. and was conuuutfu nil uusk wnen me tames totalled 450 hares and rabbits. At midday au enjoyable lunch was pro vided by Messrs. Ball and Neville. Following were the principal scores : — G. Ball 26, D. Ball 21, W. Staines 19, S. Hillan 8, H. Woolbank 16, S. Cousins 16, E. Parslow 15, J. Coombs 15, C. Neville 15, P. Bowler 14, J. Evers 18, R. Webb 13, B. Millgate'l2, A. Evers 12, S. Parslow 1%, P. O'Hanlan, U, % Weeks 11, F. BettsU.T. Staines \\, W. Hayes* senior, 10. The bares were bought at 2d each and tbe rabbits at Id, and' were consigned to Sydney.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Crow Pest. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

The Crow Pest. A Condobolin pastoralist writes to Mr. J. Pottie, 'the well-known veterinary surgeon, as follows : — ' I would like to know why, when tbe crows pick a sheep's eye, the sheep almost invari ably die, with a swollen head and jaw, containing a bloody, jelly-like sub stance between flesh and skin, which often extends half round tbe sheep. This is a matter of general interest, as only odd ones live after crows have had only a couple of pecks at a sheep's eye, just drawing tbe blood.' Mr. Pottie replies:—' You say that when crows pick a sheep or lamb's eye, the head swells, and this passes back and inwards till the sheep dies. This is blood-poison. The beaks of carrion eaters are always filthy, and poisonous, and tbis ferment passes into the system, and tbe animal dies from septiceinia. In all such cases, make incisions around bead and back, behind swellings, so as to establish a drain ; rub in plenty of acid over tbe parts and into tbe wounds made by you ; make a strong, ho...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Impounding Fees. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Impounding Vv.em. — o — A ca?e of alleged improper impounding was before the Full Court last week, an application being made by Edward Dutfield, of Stuart Town, fora writ of prohibition to restrain Mr. McKell, P.M. of Dub bo, and Thos. Forrest, of Murabil, hotelkeeper. from proceeding upon an order made by the magistrate in March last. The applicant, Dutfield. the com mon ranger af'.Stu.irt To.vn. was uro ceeded against Ijy Forrest for having, us he claiuiod, illegally impounded horses belonging to him, and for charging- ex- cessive damages. The information for impounding was previously held by the Full Court to be l-a-l, as ditwloaing no offence. Forrest then laid a complaint under section 35 for a refund of the sum of £1 17s 8d, charged with respect of the impounding, and the magistrates onierai the refund with costs. The appeal was based on the grounds that there was no evidence that Torrest *gave th,e poua-l- keeper notice in handwriting of his iiu tention to complain under the ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Ruined by Democratic Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Riiiiietl by Democratic ' :? ? l^egislatf on. - ; ???? ' ? — O— ??' (M. T. Journal.) The Premier of N.S.W. stated last week that all our troubles and depres sions came from tbe drought, and not from legislation. For years past we have forecasted tbat when the crisis arriued everything would be blamed rather than the true thing. No doubt the drought has been the means of but the true cause of our trouble is tbat tbe legislation for many y^ars has blocked the investment of capital and removed all security from the in vestments already in tbe country. For instance, the idiotic land laws, which were passed in years gone by to attempt to settle men on small areas (in a country whicb is only fitted for large runs), ruined mo?t of our pioneer settlers, who bad to borrow vast sums to presarve their stock. From that time up to the present everything has been done by our professional politi cians to block private enterprise, to increase the cost of production, to in crease the national debt a...

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

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

mmmmmw: $piyp-fflMy meeting. of the^Sand of Hdtg^Sefd in the MethocliBVXJinirch Pkuthein ' T«mbeEaiffie CfwJse.' the rti^itatioS; ' PrdoidilBoQ^ Etfcel Jfrice { dialogue, ' xne xoung a.ouBe keeper,' Jessie Burgess and Lessie Shield ; solo4 'Only a cup of water,' M«s3biHd ; rleitajfcidn, ' The Model Meeting,? bf sax children ; recitation, 'I'm so Tired,- Ivy Price; mouth organ solo, Mr. Kelly ; quartette, 'Breakers Ahead,1' Misses M. Packham, R Shield, E. Hull and Mr. Taylor ; recitation, ' Lord William,' Mr. Kelly; recitation, 'Salvation,' Jessie Burgess ; solo, Mrs. Matthews ; dialogue, ,' The New Curate,' Misses L. HulI,J. Morri&A. HuU and Mr. Hamey ; recita tion, 'Horderh's 33re,' Mibs Peck ; song, 'Little Birdie,' three little girls ; recita tion, 'Trouble ia. Ametf Corner.' Mrs. Matthews ; song, 'In my soiit white bed,' four little girls' ; recitation, ' The Factory Chimney,' Miss Worrick: recitation, 'Pity the poor drunkard,' Bertie Cole ; dialogue, ' Ruin andTca.' The...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

[?] ?;-3:^pSrft'^hi8-]di8trictv%ill be later toan^u^ai, the de^ciencyin moisture -^ts^^li^^f^^l^pii3/?'1''-: ^'?-^^ sroyv tb . Bl^^piii Ufa Fira isoWxi early [enough to seouire the benefit of the heavy rain whicb-ifeH during Easter are looking iairiy, well, but the /want of showers is . Hrimfiiphafc Celling on them. Still, if gpod rain falls this month, the harvest wlU?not1iail?niuch short of good. As to fields ' that were sown later, little progress is being made, in most in stances the orops being ! a few inches high only, and on many farms not veryjfjrmly rooted. As with the early so^ land, rain this month will make all the difference to them, and ensure fair i^pj. : There ^ are^nff^ticipations of ftiprops failure, but ihere is some «^qfeg#^^tenc^r ^^ho area of ground lander bulUvation is practically ^iBatne:«lM^tt^;,;A ? ': . ' ?

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

;\:::w,:'v:^:^^m^^-': As^ ^sjB^n^^^heJ conlanued ?dro^^^^lC^^l^ft3^-^18^'01 arevin'la^wffl^H^il^?Sj'ftnp^h|8 outlook iB ^ffWlKS^i^ i|a ' ? within ?j^gSB/M^^^ of rajn^i^cslm^16fp^$jm|i.%iU have

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

* J DUBBO. At present the' prospects of the wheat crops in this district are not very pfomisiQg. .The area under crop is about the4 same as last year, but there is no sign of growth in fully 90 ?? per i&ent. of the are* sown. There is I|t# or no grain stocked. A ? heavy laupifain SDiBmoncn wouia cause toe crops to shoot, and a fair harvest would result La places where the crops hava started to grow a good fall of rain w required to mature them, otherwise they will tiave to be out for hay.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

FORBES. All hopes of a harvest have now been abandoned in this district. There is very. little shoot, and what there is cannot now come to anything. In comparison' with last year's acreage, only iibont 26 per cent, is under crop, and ib most eases bare fields are the .iesnlt;v$hereis no grain in hand, and the jprospect is indeed gloomy.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Bumbury. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

JBuinbiiry. fF»OM oub own Correspondent.] At time^'of writing dark clouds are bovering round, indicating rain, and it is to be hoped that rain falls m abundance, -for everything appears on its last legs jusfr now.. Those who were feeding their stock for the past month or so have been compelled to-^ive'it up, as even at the enormous price fodder is almost un obtainable, though in the event of a heavy fall of rain occurring/now ; the stock losses here would be practically nil, being close up to, the Spring weather. Two of our local men were success ful in the wood chopping contest at Parkes Show; Mr. S; Parr being first,; and Mr. C. E. Sc^tniabel 'second. Mr. Sob nabel was awarded first prize for oaten hay, also for chafiV-sa inples that would be very hard to beat any where. The following will give you an in sight into the query as to whether advertising will pay or not. Before the circulation of the Argus here you would hear no mention of Molong. But now tbe principal amount of goods...

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