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Our Neighbors. PROSPECTS OF THE WHEAT CROP. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

hmmm mmrm smmm , ;3^^^temMmost at a ;*«- ^Epf^Sf ^abiatore. However, ^^^^^^^^p^iil^fpre the end of the ?^piVp^^b^ood spring follows, lil!^^^^*fair crops ; but. if ? the'' wwtiie* continues dry the wheat crop mttBit^» i^Uure. The area under wh^^tasyfear is estimated at about thi^-^rjkbs of last year's acreage. . TheVat^ft tuifler crop last year was lOail^ acres, 49,476 of which was under wbeat, yielding 9.9 bushels per acre. Many farmers think that the bulk ot the wheat crop will have to V be cut for hay.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cumnock Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

€uinn«M5k Jockey Clul-. At the annual meeting of Cumnock Jockey Club the Chairmaa, in moving the adoption of the balance-sheet, said that although it showed an overdraft of £12 5s lOd it was highly creditable) considering the balance in the bank on 81st December, 1901, was £5 17s fid, and against that there were ac counts due to the amount of £6 10s, which : would leave a balance on the wrong side of the ledger, and tben nearly £50 bad been paid away in stakes and woVking expenses.

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State Retrenchment. ONE RESULT OF THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

State Retrenchment. ? A ? ONE BESULT OF THE DEOUGHT. There are persistent rumours in poli tical circles that the Budget speech of the State Treasurer, to be delivered probably in a few weeks' time, will disclose a scheme of retrenchment in the public service. Just the lines upon which it is presumed the lessening of expenditure will, proceed are not quite evident, but it is argued : that there must be drastic economy as a result of the drought. So far the effects of the dry spell have not been keenly felt in the city, nor have they made them selves felt on the revenue, except so far as the railway earnings are con cerned. It is argued that when the reaction comes the strain will prove extremely severe and that there is likely to be a heavy falling off in the revenue, Rnd if the country is to go on meeting its obligations there must be economy. The retrench ment schemes in the other States are regarded as evidence that there must be retrenchment here. The Civil Service is considerabl...

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Female Franchise. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Female Franchise. __n__ Apropos of the extension of the franchise to women. A story comes from Maoriland that an electioneering tout called on a' loyal -hearted Irish servant maid (a new arrival), and per suaded her to rally to the poll next dn.v and exercise her new nrivileee. Meeting ber shortly afterwards, he said ? : ' Well, Bridget, I saw you going into the polling-booth to record your vote. That was all. right ; but tell me, now thatMihe battle is over, did you vote -for Hays or Harper — Harper I guess, eh ?' ' Faith, I voted for naither,' replied Bridget. ' Sure, what have they done for the old land that I'd vote for them ? I rubbed out both their names, and plumped for Parnell. That's the man for my money — Parnell for ever ! And God bless old Ireland and the blue sky above her !' Mr. M. L. Caro, dentist, pays his usual professional visit to Molong to-morrow. Jack Haynes, M.P., says that it is safe to bet that the great bulk of the women who favor the suffrage wear white sto...

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

OrangeJtcfek^^^fe Coulson, Harton & Co. Ohaxge. Thursday. Fat Cattle.— 55 yarded, consisting of medium light weight bullocks. and a few stall-fed cows. The market was weake'r for all classes and many were turned out unsold. There were no outside buyers present, and the local butchers for the most part had laid in supplies from the previous market, but these will be ex bauBted by the forthcoming market, when wo expect a revival of recent high prices. Bullocks (small) made £6 15s, cows to £9 1b, best beef being equal to 35s per lOOlbs. Fat Sheep.— About 230 yarded, iuclud ing a consignment of New Zealand cross 'breds, and a few merino pets. Market firm. We sold 1 merino wether at 41s, 1 merino ewe 31s, crossbred wethers 29s to 32s. Store Sheep. — We yarded and eol '. 200 ewes, mixed ages, at 6s. UStore Cattle.— None yarded. We would draw attention to our sale on Thursday next, the 28th instant, when we will yard 200 large framed good-conditioned cows. Pigs.— About 20 yarded. M...

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Commercial News. MOLONG ARGUS Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Commercial News. ? ? ? Molonq Aboos Office, Friday. Wheat — none offering Flour, £9 15s per ton Bran, £8 Pollard, £8 per ton Dairy Butter Is 9d wholesale ; Is MM retail Factory Butter, Is 10d wholesale ; 2s retail Honey, 4d to 5d. Bacon, 8d wholesale ; lid retail Eggs, 10J wholesale; Is retail Cheese, Bodalla Is 2d Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 8s 6d to 9s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; 6s retail

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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Sydney, Thursday. w neat, -i.'iu w» u/ per uusu«i Maize, Gj'A per bushel Oats, 3/8 to 4/ Barley, 4/3 to 4/6 Bran and pollard, 1/8 to 1/10 Straw, £4 10s to £5 Chaff, prime to £8 10s to £9 Lucerne, to £10 Potatoes, £6 to £7 10s Egg8.A0.toV Butter, l/7j to l/9j. ?

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

Mr. Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism. '? During the winter of 1898 I was so lame in my joints, in fact all over my body, that I could hardly hobble around, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. From the first application I began to get well, and was cured and have worked steadilyall the year.— B. Wheeler, Northwood, N.Y., U.S., A. For sale by H. W. Macord, Chemist, Molong. At a Condobolin meeting a resolu tion was carried asking tbe State Government to spend £250,000 in importing fodder and re-selling it to the owners of starving stock in the State. SITUATION wanted by lad 14 years age, smart, good education, excellent references. — Apply to Mrs. Morley, c/o J. G. Sherringham, Cumnock. WANTED. \\T ANTED— Contract for CLEAE VV ING or BURNING OFF, Large or Small Area. Apply X YZ. Argus Office. CAUTION. ANYONE found TRESPASSING in any of my Paddocks at GUMBLE with doe or gun, will be prosecuted. EDWAED WENDUS. Young Heifers. T710B, SaleFOUR YOUNG HEIFERS, JP supposed to b...

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

Cumnoch. [Fbou oce own Correspondent.] On Wednesday evening there was a large audience in the Cumnock Hall to hear a service of sohg entitled 11 Eva,' produced ' to augment the funds of the local Sunday School. Tiie story was read by the Rev. W. UOlier, ana me musie reuupreu uy a choir which had been in framing for some time. That the big audience appreciated the latter's efforts was apparent from the inclination fre quently to applaud. But as applause would of course, to some extent, interfere with the thread of the narrative, it was reserved till the con clusion of the piece. Before the chief item was entered upon, Mr. Finch gave several selections on his new Concert Hall Gramaphone and they were thoroughly: ^enjoyed. At the promofcere for providing the evening's entertainment and the audience for ttieir attendance, it is understood that the iuoas of the Sunday School '?'?fc»ve--'^^riilly^;^e)ie^ttea. toy this .?i:^t^^;-7^/fm ^ ?'?:??:?;,-. ' ??-. ^b^5i»f?n3S?el^ i||-ei*»g deepene...

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The Fodder Duties. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

W&&* W*-. SYDNEY. ThnnuW NnjlE'BODS meetings have been -held iu country centres urging the State and Federal Governments to make every en deavor to relieve the consumers of fodder of the dutioB. The Premier yesterday stated that he had telegraphed to the whole of the Slate Premiers to urge their Parliaments to Premier asking for the remission of the fodder duties until the break-up of ;the drought, as the loss of stock in New South Wales was enormous. Tbe Victorian Premier replied that iis Government could not see its way to grant the request, as the remission or the duties would benefit one section of the community at the expense of others. The Premier of Queensland replied that iie thought it quite useless to ask the Federal Government for any concession as they had already refused to move in the matter and seemed not to realise the people's sufferings. SYDNEY, Friday. In the Assembly last night, after formal business, Mr. Ashton moved that as a matter of urgent an...

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State Retrenchment. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

State Retrenchment. ♦ ? Sydney, Thursday. Tue State Treasurer confirms the rumour that the Government con templates retrenching its expenditure. Mr. Waddell says it is absolutely necessary to economise all round. The delivery of the next financial statement will be a difficult task and tbe pruning knife will have to be used to a considerable extent. He candidlv admits that a considerable deficit will have' to be faced. It is understood in political circles that all salaries must suffer and in crements be stopped. No mention is made of any reduction in Parlia mentary expenditure or Ministers' and members' salaries. Later. The Premier says , there is not a word of truth in tbe statement that tbe salaries of the Civil servants are to be cut down, although no proposed increases will be approved until the finances improve, and rigid economy will be practised in all Departments.

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Manildra Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

91aiiil4lra JflLeins. ? r\ ? [Fbom our own Cobrespondent.] Mr. R. Cole, of Gregra, has secured the contract of erecting 18 chains of fencing on the Recreation Ground. As advised in last Argus, tbe Manildra Show this year has been abandoned on account of tbe drought. Mr. E. Wren, of Gregra, would be pleased to meet tbes gentleman who took, in mistake, a bat at* the recent Hospital Social. The monthly meeting of the Pro gress Association was held on Monday evening. Mr. G. W. Griffith presided and there were also present Messrs. Hector Angus, F. Pike, J. O'Donnell, G. Cassells, A. B. Gosper, E. Allen, T. Smith and R. A. Young (Hon. Secretary). Outward aud inward correspondence was read and received on the motion of- Mr. Pike, seconded by Mr. Angus. Un tne motion ot Mr. a. Uasselis, seconded by Mr. Allen, it was decided to urge that the leveling and gravel ing of the crossing on the 0 range - Manildra road opposite tbe residence of Mr. G. Docos. Mr. Cassells also, proposed that an appli...

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

I-alt;on Brothers. Central Providers* Oranife. BANK STBBE^, ^fi-IijDN0. SEEDS, RiFS^WpTKir^ fHE Largest Stock of SEEDS* in Town. The Cat&logites of Three frhofomrio ficodo : men at the disposal of Customers. Millet, Barley, Rape, i&o. Do not forget. Ihe Jpbsoqb -ij I the Drought, bat sow something for the .Stock to live on.- Oltioiis, i'utatoes— Circular Head, BruaneU's Beauty, -nd Earl; Bose*— also a very nice selected 6aed of the latter, highly commended. . ? ' , ; ' ; V-- Refreshments in Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, &c, on the Shortest Np^ioe. ??''*? '?; '??!/'? DINNER AT 1 O'CLOCK p.m. ' . '?' '? - ^- ?'?'}' '*\ ' Fttijii' ot the Be3t Quality ijtooked, and sold at pricas to salt the times'. . Beafders who vish'ite exbhaage 'A bobk^iifter reading it xsan do eo, and thaB read » number of books at a small cost. THE WINDSOR LIBfiiaY of FaWoa? BboksitaBtsfnUy bound and wall illustrated, has popular works ' 't-y ? .''iayblfitj^: -?»^!^^^'':?^GkUif^jrJ^ri*§^R»r ?'-''' Ca...

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?revities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

vi:o;siM^W|^s^ -I. :;. t S^^art Court At Moloog on the 7th ,t_' i^Ii^-|!a#ftira ;^WaSa8, of Gumble,, advertise four young heifers for sale. 3;;:-: ^op^^S^^Sn^on^il ;wili be; ^ v^fboim^i^^i^irtM^w months^ ,,. : n:-iT *.*.'?' Anbthier ooosignnient of new books f 4 hitt wrii^ -for the School of Arfe ?-??.-; t'P*. B*wy Wpodbanki of Molong, ^v V',' ;i 'iwsore^li ;ja^^^ia»^in;- thfeipigeon, : match ^;i / A.Qt^1||**i«^s?^n ^ridaj ?lwit.;^ -?? } %Yi;^J^^«|^6^nti^r^^n|[:'^ ;?v ;-^ii^^^^||'seW|||we'^e' grjjun4 V ; -yfefcV JMi3 :sibbliylre ^yi%;fn numfiers, sending IJ600 iahbits a week to Sydney ipt ex^orl^pairpoges. At Cumiipck, sayst a correspondent, the crops are not Above the ground, there is very little prospect of there being any harvest at all this year. 'DaySi of cibudless beauty' are driving our pastoralisjs, agricultural ists and bu8iQess people to despair. Mr. T. Howard, late schoolteacber at Cumnock, has been ) appointed in structor ia drawing at the technical classes established a...

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Valuable Deposit of Pigment. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

[?] Some yeara ago^Mr. John Black, our .v^tiy:ri^^^^^^:?^-;ti^ij;.:to' be sank on bis farm at Norah preek, ahd while ttie workmen Wio© Engaged *hey pierced a:|eam-)fbeaaiiful white pig nient Ah offer was inade by eome Bydney gentlemen to worfc'ttie deposit at tbe time bat nbthipg canbe of the offer, Mr. Black '%used flome ^f the substance t» be ien t to the Mines De partmenty and the report was highly favourable. On his n recent visit to the 01^ ^0^^ Mr^labk v took occasion to inspect the pigment from the Cornish snipes, and wSs of opinion that the deposit on his property was quite e^al^o V^baf^b^ sawilOprnwali. ^5V*^i i^l^i^ .'^^isi**1? trouble with t-utyob|i|f Ifbiii^en^ I lie; engaged :the, ^||^^|b^bj|^;^ jEei^^ek^ ago to ^ |pOHii^EHioJpw wSli^bff^^is^c^frbm ;4irist'bb^ned, iiana .^t^-dp|»t'b.'';:p3E. 2pjtt from the surface a seain over 2ft thick was struck. Just about; the time tbe workmen came on this seam the Syd ney gentlemeh referred to above re newed their offer to work the...

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

A Wiciliif Wasted SystiNi Thoroughly Restored by CLEMENTS TONIC. The Case of tyrs. E. tyERTQN. (BV A LOCAL KEPOKTKR.) Surprise is an imuluijuale term to describe the fueling with which such an announce ment as the following will be received by the general publio ; yet tr^e actual state of tilings which prevailed at No. 68 Mao quarie-stroet South, Surry Hills, are nar rated by the liuly who experienced them, go thare can be no doub' us to the facts. 'Not so very long a .o,' 6aid Mrc. Eliza beth Merlon, who lives at tli« .iin.xe address, ' I found Unit. I conM n.it Maud the colil weather. This was u /,'ie.U sur prise lo me, localise I used to uppieuiule a cold clim;ito so much.' 'Pel Imps you were not very* well ?' ventured the reporter. ' I ci'i liiinl y did not feel as buoyant aa usual, as I li.ul no energy to biifitic about my work as in former days', feeling only 1H to wrap myself up aud sit down. l!--v--ud thai there was no occasion for alarm W u little while; then I seemed to cu...

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

^vK^KlllP Andonly a few bottles wronght -a most ^^?SM^^ IUWjK^' marvelous cliange iu me. I like your PmedicineeEpeciaUy because It seems to give just the aid nature sometimes' : neeots.'' v; - ??. ;i:,/:;-c'-\S ' ' 'The World's Greatest Family Medicine.' II you have been sick -and are not recovering lapidly.jufit try a bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, It is tlie strongest tonic you can buy, and Tt aids nature wonderfully. Tlie better way is to take the Sarsaparilla before you get really ill. Take it wliea you first begin to feel poorly. It will cure you quickly then, aad save you much suffering and large expense. Yet even when you axe sick, you cannot fiad a better medicinei . There arc many so-called Sarsaparillas, Be sure you get Ayer's^the oldest, strongest, and best Sarsaparilla. Don't experiment with imitations. ?A Y F R ' R Sa rsajjai*!! I a Givas Strength to the Weak, Courage to the Depressed ? AysTs Pills cure constipation, bflloosoess, elck-teadac^ coited teape. SrepuM fey DR...

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Canowindra Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Caiiowimlra Railway League. — 0 — A meeting of the above was held on Saturday afternooD last, there being eleven members present. Voluminous correspondence was dealt with, refer ring principally to the recent with drawal of Surveyor Colonel Parrott from the Gregra-Canowindra survey. After the confirmation of minutes and reception of correspondence. Mr. Wra. Bassett proposed, and Mr. A. Blazeley seconded, ' That the Secre tary be instructed to write to Hon. T. Waddell and Dr. Boss, M's.L.A., pointing .out that the survey of the section of the Gregra-Gowi:a farmers' line (Gregra to Canovvindra) had been delayed for such a long time, that we now urge upon the Department the advisability of making a start witb one section of the line at the earliest possible momeut, the present being a most opportune time for the work as it would relieve the existing distress amongst the unemployed ; also to again point out that the farmers have been so stimulated by the promise of the Minister for Work...

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Cumnock Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Ctiiniiock Jockey Club. — o — The aunuar meeting of the Cumnock Jockey Club was held in Mr. Leary's Hall on Saturday evening last, there being a fair attendance of members. The following officials were elected for the ensuing year :— Patron, Mr. George Bruce : President, Mr. John Leary ; Vice- Presidents, Messrs. W. T. Sherringbam and J. Butler ; Trea surer, Mr. Jas. McCoimack ; lion. Secretary, Mr. A. H. Old bain ; Judge, Mr. S. P. 'Beynolds ; Committee, Messrs. W. Beilly, A. Bruton, W. Tierney.Jas. LBaryr, Jas. Eggleston, J. W. McDonnell, S. Grimson, J. Farr, P. Hogan and Jas. Denny. . Messrs. W. L.v Boss and It. A. Finch acted as scrutineers. ' The date for holding next race meeting is not yet flecideil on.

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

5he Recommends Chamberlain's Cough -Remedy. 'J liiivr UfcerJ Cliaiiiliurliiin's Qdu^lj U'MiH'dv i'or a iiuih'iw n\' ynii-:; ;in-] liave no luwitanuy in twyiii'J; tiv.it it, is tlio best romudy for coughs, colds aii'l croup I have everVsed in my i'.-nnily. I have not, words to express my confidence in this Remedy. ? ^[VA j A.. Moore, Norl.li Star. Mich., U.S. A* For s:i!3 -py H. W. Macord, Ciiv.ii'.. t, MoJong.

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