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Red Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Red Dill. — o — [From our own Correspondent.] The weather here still continues dry, and it has no appearance of breaking up. We bad about 60 points of rain last month which caused tbe wheat and grass to shoot. But both have commenced to disappear again, and unless another change sets in will be things of the past. Water is becoming scarce, and manv nwrifiro Kqvq ffk i.Hcrtr cl.A^lr *'—4 ^ — ? ? ? ? miles, while others have to cart the presioua fluid for domestic purposes. The outlook is bad, very bad. Sheep an cattle are dying in large numbers. One farmer at Bumbury shore 2000 sheep last season, and now it takes him all his time to muster 800. The election for the Babbit Board excites little interest here, but I hope Mr. Robert Scott will be successful. In a recent letter to the Argus Mr. ' Scott struck one of the chords of icomplamt— that the farmers were /^axed for squatters' noxious animals j(dogs, foxes, crows, &c.), while their own {hares, wallabies, rats, &c.) ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Manildra. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

iTIaikiI«Ira. [From our own Correspondent.] The annual meeting of members of the Manildra School ot Arts was held on Monday last when the attendance numbered 21. The President (Mr. H. E. Green) occupied the chair. Mr. E. Gr. Hanks (secretary) read the annual report, which showed a large increase in membership, also that the Library l^ad been well patronised. Mr. E. Pike ftreasureri then read the balance sheet. From this document it was learned that at tbe commence ment of the year there was to the credit of tbe treasurer in the Govern ment Savings Bank £4 7s 7d. During the year there had Jbeen i received £6 9s 9d members' fees, £2 from Mr. F. E. Churchill, £1 from Mr. H. G. Hanks, and Government subsidy £8 19s 10d, making a total oi £l7 17s 2d. Tbe expenditure amounted to £12 7s lid, leaving a credit balance of £5 9s 8d with which to commence the new term. ;Much satisfaction was ex pressed by members at the above re* suit. The election of officers was then proceeded with, and resirl...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic Items. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] [?] destroyed by fire awwfi ilJ»g'. ^ county in Wh^h h^'was'btu^i. port^aiV oi the Queeb tor the National 4irt . ? A ohild haB beeia whipped to death by her motberatWelliogton, NeffZBftland.' reported tt\at city hotel, - reeteuratit -and club employ^eR are ' Bweated ' at the rate of 2£d per hour. ? Several steamers are overdue, their oori arrival causing much anxiety. The Board of Health's gangs of men are - still cleahing up 3ifferent„ areas, and' the cleansing work will occupy about another week. . ; London Stanoabd states that it is reported in well-informed quarters that Lord Bresaey, formerly Governor of Victoria, has accepted, the position of Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia.

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

THE WE&TBER. The weather in Sydney Is remarkably - chilly and dry— no clouds and do signs of rain. ' Mr. Wragge reports So far matters still continue very unsatisfactory with respect to rainfall.

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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Sydney. Thurfrfsv. Wheat, 4/4 to 4/5 per bushel Ghickwheat, 4/2 to 4/24 per bushel Maize, 4/8 per bushel Oats, 3/3 to 3/7 Barley, 4/1 Bran and pollard, 1/3J Straw, £2 5s to £2 15b Chaff, £5 15s to £6, medium £5 10s lucerne, £7 10s to £8, 10s Potatoes, £5 5s to £5 15s Eggs, 1/5 to 1/6 Butter, 1/3 to 1/5.

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Auctioneers' Reports. Coulson, Harton & Co. Orange. ORANGE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Auctioneers' Reports. Coulson, Harton & Co., Orange. Orange, Thursday. rat battle. — About oO yarded, beintr mostly cows, steers and heifers, of lighf plain quality, witfy the exception of a few cows good. Market very firm, being from 15s to 20s per head in advance of lastsal^ Cows made to £9 17s, steers to £6 8s; heifers to £5 15s. Best beef being toabout~35s per lOOlbs.* We 8oI'-i_liW Mr. A- H. McClyrnont, Huntley in from £6 16s to h 17s V for CS 12 steers from £3 16s to £6 P* ft heHw£ to £5 Is ; for T. Falvey, Feifw 2 bullocks to £6 lis; lorlSr. j. hJSJ? Cadia, 1 cow £5, 1 heifer £4 lis, 2 JKS to 29p ; privately during the week for Messrs. Matthews aud Clements, Blayntiy ^fread mixed fatsata satis&eto^ffiS' | Pat Bheep.-About 650 yarded, mS I and inferior q2ty. - very firm for good quality ; f orothers easier. We sold-For Mr. j. Blrne 'W mixed at 10s 2d ; for Mr Cole 40 lambs to 8s : forMr &„n^la8' Cave Creek, -mbB at fSTp®.*' ft M«0|W»»t: .t a »«_ Stoir^S...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Local andGeneral. Local Police Force. — Constable Cameron has been transferred to Orange, - and lias been ' succeeded, by Constable Perkins of that 'town. ??.. 1 Vital 'Statistics. — At the local UegiBtrar b Office for the quarter ended SOtli June, 33 birthB, 10' deaths and 15 marriages were ^registered, f ?Accident.— -While returning home to Cumnbck*t**ip Saturday afternoon, Mr. Sumn'^i sfi9W«iul'liiii wif^'wero thrown . out of a*Syat West Enid. We are glad to Bay, Ji6w^er) thit no Serious results ] attendedrfiie accident. , , ; *i THE Fkwk- Weeding.— Bev. J. Alldis ? had the Konorpn Trfesday of celebrating the first jwedding eVer declared by white* man at Hffij' Yahoo,' Hacquaile River, 31 milesf^yn Molong. The rev. gentle' manbadatough journey before landing' voo thei)niw(age|soene. A NeV^MmE-,— -Senator Nield advocates ' the tiharigiMbfjtheaame{$f New South Wales tc|' jUhgjdand,' maintaining that ; ^jsuc^mSMerphe happyflpe&torataon to . health a44' feoro^ation ofthe Head...

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Seed Wheat for Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] a'ppro^ri^uoO pf a sum -of ^hottey, fot the dep&rtthent in due.coutse ? Ia the protracted drought, and that they are .at present u cable to obtain seed in the ordinary way ? The Minister for Agriculture an swered :. No such advance can : be made. In 1901 1, 889,434 acres were cropped With wheat, the yield being 14 786,059 bushels, or . 10 6 bushels on an average per acre, as against 1,680,609 acres cropped in 1900, the yield being 16,178;771-. bushels, or 10*6 bushels per acre. The average for the past five years is 9-6.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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THE KING'S ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

THE KING'S ILLNESS. The latest bulletin regarding the King's illness iB that His Majesty is making Bteady progress in all respects ; tbe wonnd is moon less troublesome and is beginning to heaL It is announced that the Coronation will be much quieter than waB originally in- ? tended, but its religious character . will be more strongly emphasised. Sir Edmund Barton hopes to remain in England and retain the Australian oontlngent if there is a prospect of an early Coronation, Definite instructions have been given by Mr. Seddon to the New Zealanders to remain till August.

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TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

TEST MATCH. The third test cricket matoh, England V. Australia, commenced yesterday; AnBtra- . lians batted first and at the - close of the day's play had 8 wickets down for 137 runs, Noble top score with 47, Duff 25 and Hop kins 27.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

LOST, Gold Amethyst Ring, claw setting. Reward on returning to THIS OFFICE. CHAFF AND HAY. 1710R SALE— 1000 TONS of CHAFF and ' HAY, in the Molong District. T- W. WHITE, Whltewood, Dubbo. PIGEONS WANTED. TTTANTED at once, 200 Pairs Pigeons. V\ Apply J.HEFFEBNAN, Molong. Molong Municipality. Applications are invited from persons willing to perform tbe duties of ^DAYMAN, with approved Horse and firay, at 8s per day when re quired. Applications to be left at the Council Chambers not later than 7 o'clock p.m. on TUESDAY, the 15th July current. D. M. McCALLUM, Council Clerk. Molong, 4th July, 1902. W. M. REEVE, SAQD1.E & HARNESS MAKER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ORDERS executed with NEATNESS and ; OE8PATOH, Please note the address — w.. M. REEVE, . SADDLER, Clarlnda Street, Parke§. August ©til and J til, ' -1902.— ? ' The most Liberal andAttractive List of : | Prizes yet .offered. Trotting^ Hunting and Jumping % 8PISCIAM. Fritz, the Ghampion Australian Trotter, will give an Exhibition...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] ; defeated ^ j -.bfe' freMMt'. ,fili t^^gssi&fins ? ere rfeV « iliiAn'riiKb nnu -? ?' J E^rJ^jk Jfcbe unem iln^land is turning limale in tbe world on- vegetable diet ^^eptyofmates if nfia-f ulttucker bag. -Street* i&tly destroyed by ?: j Is beginning to ar-j iti.ties at the local lioncopies of th8 $wer than; twenty 4 i^8» eftch -distioctly j Damn testimates mliibn -years sioce tfronvthemoon. ? »psndi*e. ^ Neigh* sftSr won't last any unci' Australia tool I iyd Hopetoun—bas 150 tons of bouse-/ fee., and six grooms, killed/ Nelson $t; j It ib; ; bag with gold tas-; aglish. papers tbati ^ ^raoiial Mi-i e, and they predict lowri as ' Edward ' C ' * rep ts will be keenly li&ps. There should for irwiny ptf are fired' of rabbits, and ii,ia^si;«a:arf»r&. - ... tba' effects -%ili^ resPlt in incal- ' |$'. ^ul&ble good, ,and will give courage ^settlers. ?' bap. driven' the? digtg$bts ' where they were ^|yr.^^ffibijSlBOTnc-9p. and when tbe grpss; be. a...

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V[?] FAREWELL TO THE NATRON. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

? iJHH [?] 'Were ; Miss Clan% ChaHiets and Other young lady workers, Tbf st^ir'-Was an fiore, to the ^eparting^ueBt. as wellas lapbe proiioi^ ' Dancing Wa'slreely jfte programme $eiri£ infe^per^^witb vocal contnbutions by Mii&es Hugbes, Crooks anAMessrs. Luk|3ai0bfe8^Hl Ahjber; -v - M^;B&1o^arypi:i.side|l, in her usual] skilful manner, at tbe piano, and was' assist^ j|y Misses jHughes, MrfLachlan (Gyui nock), andsMessa. LukeHughes ami Em. Thomson. Mr. - Jack Leathern acted M.C. Between 40 andSOcou^les gracedtbe floor, while, affur nupab'r of onlookers assembled oh the 'stage. Poring the evening, Mr. R. J. P^bfha^ qf the townspeople, presented 'Mrs. G^yin with a hand some silver saltlr anil egg cruet, also a pair of cameo photos. In making tbe presentation, Mr. Baker said it tntist b§ f very gratifying to the retiring Matron to know that sbe had made so mapy jfriendp daring her 16 months' stay in Molong. They' all regretted her, departure and wished jier Ivery success...

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Heard in Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Heard In Battle. Deeds of valour and self-sacrifioe in the face of the enemy are not always accompanied by rhetorical fire works. During tbe Zulu War, after an e ngagement in which the British troops were defeated by Cetewayo's i black warriors and were compelled to fly for their lives, an English ^cavalry man, whose scraggy little pony limped from an assegai slash, detached him- Jj self frqpi the retreat and galloped back ;i upon the charging Zulus. A glance over his shoulders bad | shown him a dismounted comrade, |] stumbling painfully along trying to I jam some cartridges into bis clogged C| revolver. When tbe trooper's pony trotted up tbe Zulus were almost | upon the two soldiers. Fortunately, however, they had discarded their :J spears and were mishandling captured tfj carbines. | Now, in a melodrama or in a realis- | tic novel, tbe language of these two fj gallant soldiers, one to tbe other, | would have been noble, lofty, and in- M spiring. This is what they really f! said : ...

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Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Wool Report. IS Wixchcombk, Carson & Co., Limited, report, under date of Wednesday, 2nd July:— f Things are very quiet in the wool mar- -'f ket this week, owing to the annual ram ^ sales, which are monopolising attention. o Dr. Erich Pistor, a delegate from ihp '{ Austrian Minister for Trade and Com- 4 merce, has been in Sydney dnring the past few weeks, studying the possibilities of a direct trade between Austria and ' *1 Australia. The woollen manufacturflr-inf - % Austria take about £2,500,000 .worth ,of Australian wool every year, but hitherto -£ the trade has been done via Hamburg, ? through German houses. The intention of the Austrian Government isto subsidise a line of steamers from Trieste to fiyd- ) ney, by way of Torres Straits, in order to J encourage direct dealing, and ihe fettdt I will probably be an influx of Austriah | wool buyers making their own purchases, i This will not add much .to the | of our local buying power, because ordenr from Austria are* execute...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

—USUAL— . Half-Yearly Sale! 1 COMMENCES NEXT SATURDAY, Jj 28th INSTANT. The Public are Irwited to Inspect I f NEWEST AND MOST FASHION- j ABLE STOCK IN THE DISTRICT, - Jj Which will be subject to ||H Immense AHrotmd Hedneiions ! m PRACTICALLY OFF EVEBY ABTICLE IN THE PLACE. |H ? INCLUDING — DRAPERY, CLOTHING, MERCERY, MILLINERY, BOOTS M and SHOES, GROCERY, CROCKERY GLASSWARE, M IRONMONGERY, FENCING WIRE, ROCK M SALT, GALVANIZED IRON. &c. ( H The Sale REDUCTIONS ! 1 Which will be GREATER THAN ON ANY PREVIOUS OCCASION, owing to the continued Dry Season, will be FOR SPOT GASH ONLY. J All GOODS ENTERED Charged USUAL PRICES. |f| ? ? ,1 You Can Save Money T j By Visiting the AUSTRALIAN STORES and getting Jl^| Quotations, before purchasing elsewhere. JAS. HA1LAM 1 Australian Stores, ']? . BANK .J®

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Bowan Park. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

Howan Park. [From our own Correspondent.! A tfABE and rabbit drive took place at J Mr.-,.. -H. Oreen's on Saturday last' when about 600 of the pest were de- i stroyed. j General disappointment was ex pressed at Mr. R. G. Glasson's nom ination for tbe Rabbit Board t-em£\ declared informal. Mr. Glasson would bave been a real gtiod member in tbe interests of all classes. x am areata it rain does not sooq fall our Ploughing Matches will have to be postponed, as the ground will not be in a fit state to carry out the programme. Oronzo Presa's general rainfall is unavoidably postponed, owing to the protracted drought. Some men stroke you down with one band and pick your pccket with the other. Jack says be intends starting a vegetarian society — owing to the price of meat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

I^ise ^ a nu^B^ - qoraiiy reoommeadAyer^sSanBparnia for the very try ingcl i mate of this oountry. And Xbaa truthfully say t4tatbo& nurse and patient ar8 always greatly pleased. ' ' TheWorld's Greatest Family Medicine.' - This testimonial shonld convince every one who reads It of the great value of Ayer's Sarsaparilla as a blood-purifier and general tonic. Mrs. Evans speaks as a mother, ever watchful over thehealth of those most dear to her. f ShS also speaks as a professional nurse, one who knows just what effect these medicines have on those who are suffering. * Be sure yon get Ayer's Sarsaparilla. There axe a great many substitute Sarsaparillas cm the market that wilt disappoint you. Avoid Imitations. * AVFR'fs Sars apar HI a A Great Blood-purifier and Blood-builder Take Ayer's Pills with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. One aids the otyitr. Fr«p*ro-l by DB. J. O. ATK& fc CO.. Xiow»U, IbM.. W.«. A. Make^the Most of Your FROM IHBAD OR OTHER - - - SSXEP ' —BY SENDING TO— ^A. M....

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Munildra Debating Society. AUSTRALIA A DESERT—AND WHY?" [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

[?] 'AUSTRALIA A jDESEET— ANDWHY ?' Till? following paper on t*.; ? above w?l» Mect was r&id toy Mr. ? Ja&jO Dontidl the last meeting of Manildra Debating Society. Why are three parts of Australia a desert at present is smoothly answered— Because of the prolonged drought. But , the real explanation is— Because we Australians are the most listless, indifferent crowd who ever set up to manage our own 1 alrairs: We have instituted Hour uay, Melbourne Cup, and Hospital Saturday, and have neglected ana continue to neglect what' nature has more than three .parts done : to make the land almost independent of drought. We are now about 114 years established, and three parts of Australia is still a dreary wilderness of sand and desolation. The ordinary Australian idea is that Nature should do everything. Nature has cov ered '?bis vast continent with a network of natural channels that would cost untold millions to construct artificially. More over, she sends down a deluge to fi...

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Money in Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 4 July 1902

jOLoney in Pigs. That tbere is money in pigs is shown by j the following- Mr. A. Fowler, of the Bellinger, recently shipped a sow and n six-months-old baconfer (weighing about 150lbs). *For tbe former be received £4 8s 6d, for the latter £8 Os 6d ; and after payment of all expenses bad £6 2s fid clear. Mr. Fowler offered to sell the two, pigs locally for £4 10s before be shipped them. With the increase of dairying, pie-raising ought to become a large ^nd profitable Industry. libers ? . __ ? . .. ?

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