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Cudal v Blayney. CHALLENGE FOOTBALL MATCH. A WIN FOR CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

^^^^^m [?] ^??^*M«9BMBSifeiy:;,.,. ?;?::? -^||0BjfB^^:w6e^l^lr^asi^r^Me ^ :\;-vpi^l ?#^Plfl||te'v|0me time flgb^ : ' ' when neitberteatn kiDg satisfied with raneed. The stakes were subseiaaeotiv/ Ificpwsea ^ to ;^j^|)^'^: Oran^epwas: --idliosen as tbe^b^Incibg ground, and od i ^Saturda^ ||ija^3bpn, over 500 * spectators assembled on the; Assooia- ' tion Ground^ ; $bp game was; fast and furious, and resulted in a win, for the Oudalite^by^poidt^three tries) to 5 (one try apJp»al|V|, Mr. E. West ' acted '.' as ? ^^^feM^l' - : Messrs . C. MurphJ :'«^Hffip|S^. had charge of the bouni Ip^fines. Cudal :^-^iUrback, Walter Bro^n ; three-quarters, H. Starr, C. Smith ^ H. Carman and Ho well ; five-eigfatb, A. Canni^^*iia3fVlif%ior ; forwards, QlauM^Min (captain), lies. ^Gavin, JD, :' 'ig^ljtoaiieBS, /3.;:||qonr. Claude Ranlfin^^B. Moon, Frank Napier and iTvinel-'-'*^''^- .???'?' , \ ' , Blayney :--Fullrback, Davis (capr tain); three-quarters, Jones, Marsh, Malion and J. ; Deatb ; five-eighth, ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Bry medura to Manildra Road. A GRANT OF £30 FOR REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

J$s-y iBie«lur» fio iVlsmf !-li*a f£i»si-l. — i) — A GRANT 0F£3Q?CK 3EPAIES.. The following letler addressed to Dr. Ross, has been forwarded for publica tion :— Public Works Department, Sydney, 1-1 fb August, 1902.— Data of letter, under reply : 8th instant. Sub ject: Application for a further grant of £30 for the purpose of gravelling tuac ponioii -u me roiiu iruiu uiy medura to Manililra Hnii\v;iy Station still left in a bad ondiLiou. Reply : 'Tim Minister ajiprnvo.-1 of ;i grant of £'60 for this purpoc — J. Davjs, Under Secretary.

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Wedding at Borenore. WILLIAMS—CANTRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Wedding at Borenore. WnVLTAMS-CANTBILL. An interesting and pretty wedding was celebrated at Borenore on Wednesday, 18th instant, the contracting parties being Miss May, second daughter of the late John Can trill, and Mr. J. Williams. Rev. H. G. Chilvers, of Orange, performed the ceremony in the presence of a great many friends, t.tm fthiirch hainc crowded. The bride. who was given away by her uncle (Mr. W. Cantrill), looked very nice, and. was dressed in a pale grey voile trimmed with white tucked satin and white chiffon streamers, with wreath of orange blossoms and veil, and carried a lovely bouquet of white violets. The bridesmaids, four in number, were Misses Anna and Alice Cantrill, sisters of the bride, who were dressed in grey, trimmed with white ; Miss Ada Williams, sister of tbe bridegroom, dressed in grey trimmed with white ; and Miss Amy Williams, who wore a fawn dress trimmed with buttercup. The bridesmaids wore white hats and each carried a bouquet. Tbe bridegroom was at...

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Teaching v. Parliament [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Teaching v. Parliament The question of allowing the wives of teachers to impart instruction in sewing at various country schools is assuming proportions the reverse of pleasant for those concerned. It appears that the wives of tbe teachers teach the girls sewiog four hours a week, and the husband draws £12 per But many of the teachers aver that two hours a week are sufficient for their wives to give up to this service, and one man states be is compelled to wash up for his wife in consequenoe of her time being occupied with sewiog duties. The same teacher declares that he will resign his position and go into Parliament at next election. The Educational Department will then have to«Joob out for squalls 1

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Cargo Progress Committee. ANNUAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

mmmmm VPWMmmSuBtk IIS ^???^^Sgmmi^-U coring at Cai»^||m resuit was as follows i— W^i^irS^^W. ,M. Collins f&, 3. W.Hamiltbn 2$ A. J. Quick #7, M. Bjrroee 27, J. McMahon 27, '£. Geraty 26, W. -.Thomson 25, J. E. Piwiara 93: Dr. Geraty' was re-elected Presided t, Mr. M. Byrnes Vice-President, and Mr. J. W. Hamilton Hon. Secretary. Great interest is taken in progress matters at t)argo, aDd, judging by the amount of official correspondence published is the Argus, the Committee have done very good work during tbe ' past year. ,

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The Tucker Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

HH1 -^ %e^y8tei^%!pB^ii^JftB5fpce||;v. jsiy* Jrr-^..r;-i.f:''--.:*i' y^^€'^i^i ^1-^' i murdered in a lodging :pido|ffetfb^|9 . JEfowiwd-StreeJi' ^ '^$$t |w|fti^ has been identified «^C^rle8 Ta^er, ( a ranch hand, employed by Japaes Sinilh, bt Qonisoid^ Contra t Costa county. The fact thai he was murdered and robbed baa been estab lished. ;;... ;-'.;,;;;.-'. .AV'-- ?..'?'-? ?*. George McFadden, a waiter, once employed on the Transport Blocam, bat who {or three months has been' earning a precarious living in the slums, is under arrest/suspected of the crime. . . Tucker's identification . was/ estab lished through the Examinee. Sheriff Veale of Contra Costa county saw. the ? old man's portrait and at once recog nized it. He immediately came here and went to the Morgue, where bis identification was confirmed. According to the Sheriff, Tncker left his home on Sunday to spend bis seventy-fourth birthday in San Fran- * cisco. Jnsfc how much money. he bad with him is unknown, but he usually...

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

a pin etna* hook i^igrw^ -^^^;;; -^^ inakef „ ci mplele outfit ^**~*J^4^? ?? ^^^'^'^?^^C?^**^' :'''- ' '' 1 wi.liwl.iha.iv - ^,h ?-£;?:.?**'? jr-S/y^ U'- — 'v.J ? WOMAN OR ^iP^^4^ Jv-Vi , CHILD ^^^S^^^jUf can vrilenlrfier. and aMhe «ntne «me wivVe »* ~~^^S^ ^ exn.i ropy wiiliont leavinp tlie 8li»fht«.t viirn ot ' copuntr on the original. It k.cjw a duplicate of lii'is you ►*.»! «nt^ of orderd. receipt,', hank chocks. It leaves no vutnpo, umeit,iiniiaik. lima iracinif thin i» of ten H-r«r r Umn iliu ori«imJ. V 'in iis ip-niinoiiy there can he no appeal. It will rave any house or familv much money I'.v ii- put,. !e record. ' ? ~\ iiuie is no man or woman, professional or not, who would not at touie time or other find THE PEN CARBON LETTER BOOK A True and Valued Friend. For fullest particular*, price, etc, write to the sole Agents for AurtralatiatE. RICH A CO., LTD., Sydney BRI8aANE COME AND SEE OUR CHOICE NEW PRINTS, FANCY MUSLINS! PONGEES! FANCY BROCADES ! TUQK LAWNS! All New £kn-i X...

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

Crocked Iromtt^ngery, (Ha^warfe; 1 Dresses, Blaiiiielettes. At the Same LOW PRICES Published Last Week. ? Bi^ Reduction ALL WOOL BLANKETS —AT— Haslam's &le. Compare the Following: :— Sale Price. Usual Price. a d s d 4 8 5 11 4 9 6 11 6 6 7 6 5 11 7 11 6 6 9 9 1 7 6 10 6 7 9 11 & 12 11 19 6 14 6 21 0 17 6 25 0 21 0 29 6 22 6 32 6 27 6 87 6 80 0 42 0 — AHP— MACKINTOSHES. Sale Price. , Usual Price, s d s d 7 6 12 6 8 11 IS 6 10 6 16- 6 12 6 18 6 14 0 21 0 15 0 22 6 16 6 25 0 17 6 27 6 20 0 80 0 23 6 85 0 25 0 87 6 27 6 42 0 80 0 45 0 32 6 47 6 35 0 50 0 40 0 60 0 Bargains in Boots and Shoes in the Centre Show Case. ? ? ?.?'' -'???^ Horse Rugs. Sale Price. Usual Price, s d s d 5 6 8 0 6 6 9 6 7 6 10 6 9 0 12 6 30 6 14 6 11 6 15 6 ? » ? Ladies' Underskirts, i Sale Price. Usual Price, s (1 ? 8 d 1 11 , 2 11 8 3 4 11 3 6 5 6 3 11 5 11 4 3 6 6 5 6 8 6 6 6 9 11 7 6 11 6 9 6 14 6 10 6 15 6 12 6 19 6 15 6 25 0 17 6 27 6 21 0 32 6 25 0 40 0 Ladies' Jackets. LADIES' JACKETS, all ...

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

Something That Will Do You Gpod. We know of do way of which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that 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, colds, and that alarming complaint, croup. We refer to Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. We have used it with such good* results in our family so lon» that it has become a household neces sity. By its prompt use we haven t any doubt but that it has time and again pre vented croup. The testimony is given upon our own experience, and we suggest that our readers, especially those who have small children, always keep it in their homes as a safeguard against croup. — Camdkn (S.C., U.S.A.) Messenger. Sold by H. W. Macord, Ghemist, Molong. Mr. Ern. Blackadder is the district's sole agent for the sale of Pianolas and Aeolians.

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Molong Police Court. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. BEFORE Messrs. W. H. Cough and E. J. Hamey, J's.P. ALLEGED DOG STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

???MM [?] l^igp^^P^p^^l^^ajppeared -. -V3 iOnjretoaod from hi'sibf Oratige Bench, flbarged with BteaUni a black ebeep '^?^^|i§/i^^|3''y|tt^2/'tibp property, of Archie LittlejdhD, at Larras Lake, on '.'. '?,,. ^|l?hejSeyidence jpi jponstable .€am.p ;' beij^&iieb at Oranjge, was read to tbe euecft inHi on oupnay morning, id coUrequeuce «f xntbrujatioD received ,; from tbeMoloDg^lice,,be went along the road ; about ^-ni|eB from Orange hetnet a^uBed^^ the dog noyv before the court was following him ; said to him,' do you b^n that 9og,' accused said *? yes, it Iwal6||i8':to me ' ; he . also Bftid he got it last Thursday near W«lliogtoD from A tcamp whose name be did not'kjboir;| taeltamp told him the dog was .jiotj-hif property ; Jtbe HCjSuscd «aid bin brother -was present wbeu ibe dog, waq gi »*n to him ; be then arrested accused, who was re maAflAll ?¥** Mr*i #%**?* JTah *l*A VtWlflliAtlril'l ? «f. further evidence; * ^a^bie Head; po oath, deposed : vf rbiWf lf|^ge f police --\...

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Red Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

: j /^f^sgssi^, ? .;. \ [FaOM OUE OWN COBEESPONDENT.] A meeting was held at the JEled Hill hall last ^riday night, when it was decided to form i Band of Hope. flPhjB B^*^A; ^^^n^hiJfirajB in the chair, explained the prinoiple of the Band of Hope, and invited I names of those: desirouB of becoming members. Some 22 names were handed in. This will give the Jaocwty, a goptV start. The following officers were elected :— President,. Bev, A. Stephen ; Vice presidents, Messrs. Reuben Gosper andv A. Anderson ) Secretary, Mrs. J, Smith ; Treasurer, Miss Mabel Johnston. -

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Living in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Mvlns in Sydney. ?? . ' .'.; ? ' . -. — Or- ? .? . A Metropolitan scribe writes: — A sign of the timae in Sydney is a re striction in business, A sign of the drought, the present high' prices of meat, &c. A sign of this again is tbe general hardupishness of tbe average boarding-house keeper, insolvencies now and again* and an increased tariff Mfc a 4d meal in Sydney ; you mast ^ay 6d or starve. No more, if you are not a 4d man, may you enter tbe swell cafe And expect to get a first-class dinner f or Is 63 ; it is 2s or 2s 6d, and you will.be lucky if you get off as well as that. * Tbe idea that people can turn to potted meats when fresh frail is a delusion and a- snare, as at once the potted go up because of tbe increased demand. The same thing applies to fish, eggs, and even veget ables — the rise in one brings a rise in all by increasing the demand for the article esteemed as cheaper. The out look for Sydney is said to be bad in water, but it is far worse in food sup plies...

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Royal Feast. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Royal Feast. This is what the King provided to feed the ha!f million poor people whom he re cently entertained in 'London in connec tion with Coronation' celebrations. The mammoth figures give some idea of what a large body of humans can eat, given a fair opportunity :— Guests, over, 500,000. Separate feasts, 815. Number of assistants, 71,445. Provisions :— 350,0001bs beef. 130,0001bs mutton. ' 70,0001bs veal. ,50,0001bs ham. 75,000 quartern loaves. 11,000 bundles lettuce. 43,000 cucumbers: 25,O001bs tomatoes. 40,4801bs potatoes. 12,5001bs cheese. 36,000 gallons beer. 75,000 pints lime juice. 50,000 bottles Yorkshire relish. The planking for seats and tables reached a total of 260 miles in length. Here is a nice little exercise in arith* metic for Molong boys and girls to work out how much of the food and drink formed tbe share of each guest, and what was the strength of the internal disruption to the square inch.

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Correspondence. [We do not necessarily endorse opinions expressed by correspondents.] Broadcasted Maize as a Sheep Feed. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

mmmmsm Broa^casie^ JWiiiie as a Sheep Feed, Si^^^^pspp?tthission I would like to 4jjo* t)h^ j^ten tion of graziergj; large ftod'smali; to ' the usefulness of btoad-oafltfed maize as feed for sheep during the [Autumn months. In Ootober last t scattered maize to the extent of a bushel an acre on ploughed ground, and harrowed it in once. The crop of 8talk8 was a good ene, with a fair number of cobs, and when the corn wag past the milky stage (on 1st February), 2200 newly-weaned hog gets and 400 wethers were turned into it to feed at will. From that time till the middle of May there was an aver age of 2200 sheep kept upon the corn stalks— not the same sheep, but a fresh lot every month. The 400 wethers fattened, and all the sheep did remarkably well for the first three months. The area sowed was only about 25 acres, and besides this there was enclosed about 50 acres of falLow land covered with the ordinary kind of dead thistles, also a good creek. The total area was thus only 75 acres, ...

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Travelling Stock Reserves. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Travelling Stock Reserves. To the Editor of the Argus. Sib, — Time and again protests have been made through the public press, and also sent direct to the Minister, anent the iniquitous abuse of the public stock routes of this State. But the protests are unheeded, and the abuse continues, and many a glaring case could be cited even without trav elling bevond the bounds of Molone Electorate. The reservation of these stock routes was one of the big and creditable things of the men who are gone. The political pigmies of to-day have turned a blessing into a curse, and allowed the squatter to lease the route through whose holdings they pass. Surely the squatter should be satisfied with the thousands of acres obtained under the rotten land laws of N.S.W. But no, he is always on the grab for more, and the poor man and his few head of stock are hustled and bustled out of existence, with a help ing kick by weak-kneed legislators. The stock route question demands a deep and honest considerati...

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Amaroo Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

Aman,ProSrc,^ The fegnlar monthly meeting of the a1)ov-? ^vasvfield Jon WeSnesday evening,; 13th iBBtahWMr- W. Shapknd, senior (Bresi-' dent) occupied the chair.1 -— v The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, and correspondence, consisting of five letters (three outward and two inward), was read, the principal contents of which have already appeared in the Akgus. the Crown -Land Agent, Molong, to letter dated 18th July, concerning expired lease holds in the Molong Land District, &c, the Secretary (Mr. W. Shapland, junior) was instructed to call on him when next in Molong with a view to obtaining the desired information. The Secretary stated that he intended to be in Molong to-morrow, -when he would do as requested. The road work opposite Mr. W. Curtin's residence is still being proceeded with, and will soon be completed. The metal ling of this portion is also to be carried out now, Mr. P. Hacket having arrived on the scene to-day. This metalling is the work w...

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A Warning to Landholders. To the Editor of the ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 22 August 1902

A Warning to Landholders. To the Editor of the Argus. Sib, — Lately my ' Suffolk Punch stallion, and a valuable mare, died suddenly at Maryvale. Both animals were in splendid condition, and ap parently in good health, immediately before they took ill. Upon making a post mortem examination it was found, practically disappeared, it was full of holes and in no place thicker than tissue paper. The food they had eaten was scattered about among the intes tines, &c, On making, search, poison which was laid by opossum hunters was iound. ,- This poisori consists, I believe, principally of chloride of mer cury, which I am told would produce the results described, and I have no doubt my horses were poisoned with it. I write this in order that my fellow land holders inay take war n - ing that any day this deadly poison may be laid in their paddocks, witb the same disastrous results; V ^GHA^Hi 3ART0N. Mar^vaief'^|li|Dgton.,r Editors, as * ;riiij$jj- ;|*8 ^ind-hearted and liberal. ; At!wb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

. J..- ^ ? ! ? ! ? ' I What Pays Best is getting your Watohes and Clocks from fi. Blackadder, Watch maker, of Molong, -who can ove you a guar antee with each Clock or fWateh, which cannot be done by a dealer. All Clocks and Watches require some small ; repairs and regulating before they are sbld to oustomers. So beWfeei'v; '? ??'??.v. ''y

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

The Beehive Store, I Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHEftPE8T HOUSE 1^ THE DISTRICT WHEREAT TO PURCHASE* Groceries, Fruit, and. Confectionery. ? 3se ? Enamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ADDRESS OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. Wool. Produce. Grain. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO,, LTD., SYDNEY. ACT AS SELLING BROKERS ONLY. Consignors are Absolutely Protected under a Clause in the Memorandum of Association of this Company. WOOL, Commission for Selling: is Three -Quarters (f) Per Cent. i (Including Receiving into Store, Fire Insurance, Weighing, Lotting, Repacking Sample Bales, Advertising, Cataloguing, &c.) on Wool Realis ising over 6d per lb. the charge will be . . . . 3s 9d per Bale On Wools realising 6d and over 4d per lb . . . . 2s 6d per Bale On Wools realising 4d per lb and under . . . . Is 6d per Bale Perfect System of Weighing. Way Bills Sent on Application. Produce. Sales of sheepskins, hides, tallow, marsupial skins, &c., held WEEKLY. RABBIT SKINS. RABBIT S...

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Eugowra News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Engovrra News. At the monthly meeting of the Eugowra Farmers and Settlers' Association a considerable amount of correspondence was dealt with, aud a lot of routine business got through. The most important matter affecting the people of Eugowra and district came before tbe meeting in tbe shape of a resolution that tbe Minister for Works be urged to fulfil his promise to have the extension of the railway from Canowindra to Eugowra reported upon immediately. Mr. O'Sullivan, both at Grenfell and Forbes, assured deputations which waited upon him at those places that he would bave the line inspected and reported upon. It was thought that it would be advisable to remind the Minister of bis promise, more especially as the work of survey on the Gregra line bad been resumed. An interesting case came before the local Police Court last week, in con nection with the Eurow Copper Mine. A claim was made by one of the I shareholders, Ah Wang, a Chinaman, against Thomas Mylecharane, for the rent of ...

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