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Washing Made Easy. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Washing Made Easy. — o ? A writer in an exchange says: — ' I did not know it was possible to have nice-looking clothes without proper rubbing,, unless sacrificing their dura bility by the use of injurious washing compounds. But lately a neighbor, who is the best of housekeepers, gave me this method, with the assurance fkflt- cVia Ka/) noArl if. frtf monu ooa ro I without injury to her clothes, and with the best of results. To a bar of good soap shaved fine add one quart of water, and boil ; then add one tablespoonful of kerosene, mixing well. Divide into three parts, adding each to a third or half a tubful of warm water. In these tubs soak the clothes (properly assorted) over night. In the morning fill tbe boiler two-thirds full of cold water, and half a bar of shaved soap and two-thirds of a cupful of ' compound ' made by recipe given below ; when the water boils putin as many clothes (put tbrouglf tbe wringer from the tub) as by the ordinary method, and boil twenty minutes or half...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Molongs Member. QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE PUBLIC WORKS IN MOLONG DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] [?] ^ istc^jb^ -|^ii^g-(»nrTed pii t at the pre ; senttime ;ifso,willhe state where sj^|^ira|m^ by Wl)^i^d^|i|^U|Eit to be expended m spcn wonrsTpspecMveiy r ,4®4 ^.® -ibM h«® Jbmla^i^6|0|S^i^erootioii of phblio worksinthe Molong District since the 1st J&nuary la&^tbenature and cost of such works ;?-? and by whom such \torks were C&i^iedout ? Mr. O'Sullivan answered, — (1.) ? /^-..lj ^ '--i — '? Mi'-' ' ? ? ^|_ ? ? 1__! ? voiibrapcB lor toaa wotks are oeing carried out in Molong electorate, bat particulars as to location, names of contractors, and amounts are not immediately available.' Tb ey will be : obtained from tbe vesident officer and '? ibj^^QWi^r^anisli'ed to tbe (2.)Tbisin£ormation can only be obtained from thel^lpSicers. This .will be done without delay, end when reoeived replies will be forwarded.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DROUGHT! [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

DROUGHT ! [Bs Andrew Boss, M.D.] I I have read in a Sydney paper an interesting contribution on ' The 1852 Flood in Gundagai ' ; but it sounds somewhat strange, if not in ? opportune, to talk of floods in 1852, when; 'residents and settlers, half a century older, and iu spite of all by gone experience, are suffering in 1902 /from one of the most dire and disast ami n Jantl AttAM AVftnttlnnyinil lit* +Un iUUQ ULUUgUVO OtCL CA^CUCUUCU UJ bUO oldest inhabitant in otir midst. To talk therefore of floods while the country is suffering, and tottering on the brink of ruin, if not starvation, from tbe effects of a far-reaching, calamitous drought, reminds one of the kind of disappointment and acute suffering weary, thirsty travellers too often experience from a fascinating . mirage when travelling through a barren, arid desert. The novelty, too, reminds me of a sermon I once read, in which a clergyman discoursed on the evils and sinfulness of dancing to a congregation many of whom had , had...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

'Australia fobthe Australians.' PBIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1902.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

W. c. FINCH Laiul and Commission Agent, SCHOOL OP ARTS OFFICES, BANK STREET, MOLONG. LAND Matters attended to, and nil infor mation furnished. Strictest Confidence maintained IS' Terms Liberal CAUTION. A NYONE found TRESPASSING in J\. any of my Paddocks at GUMBLE with -3og or gun, will be prosecuted. EDWABD WINDUS. Til Moloig Plmtngrijiiii Studio IS MOW OPE W . -3P First Class Work Guaranteed. ENLABGEMENTS a Speciality. All Work Faithfully Executed. PICTURE FRAMES made on the premises. Large Assortment of Mould ings at Sydney Prices. G. BAUER HAS much pleasure in informing ti e residents of Molong and District that he has opened the above Studio, and trusts that by turning out First-class Work to solicit their esteemed patronage. Note the Address : Bank-street, Opp. Town Hall. I' & is is the Trade Mark A Postal Card Keque»t o( t lit? genuine and brings you the n'llv portable opinion* of E RUBEROID ROOFING 1 to endure everyone in this climate. It h«- confidence, is much Cheap...

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

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Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Poultry Food. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Poultry Voo4l« f In answer to a correspondent who asks for particulars of the rations supplied to poultry at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, -the poultry expert, Mr. D. S. Thompson, reports : — Morning meal : Hot mash— two- thirds nnllard. nna-t.hirri hrA,n _ mi-rnA ? ? g ? 7 ? — ? ? ? » with liver soup. Evening meal : Maize and wheat alternately. _ Cut-up liver fed out twice a week in the proportion of about' 2oz per head. ?Green food once a week — lettuce or rape preferred. Fresh water daily, and shell grit constantly before - fowls. Quantities fed— Mash, 1 pint for six head ; grain, 1 pint for six head.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Comic Cuttings. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Comic Cuttings. It's no use trying to pull yourself out of ti;ouble~with a corkscrew. Query. — Does a standing order ever require a seat ? Every time you forgive a man you lower him in his own estimation. One seldom has tbe price of tbe man who is really worth buying. The Two Great 'Varsity Teachers. — uni-versity ana AQ-versity. Hope is a pleasing acquaintance, but one you can seldom depend upon. The shadow of the family tree ac counts for a good many shady reputa tions. Her Mother : ' Don't you find Jack rather rough, Priscilla.' Priscilla : ' Yes, mamma. And yet be says be shaves every day. Mrs. Wade (reading) : ' I see an American bas invented a buttonless shirt.' Wade (sarcastically) : 'That's nothing new. I wear them regularly.' ' I am a self-made man,' said the pompous individual, with bis cbest expanded. Tbe other looked at bim critically. ' Your excuse is satisfac tory,' be said. ' Quite polite, isn't be ?' ' I should sav so ! He is so Dolished that be can't tell the plain,...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Orange Stock Market. J. S. Leeds & Co., Orange. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

? ? Orange Stock* Market. ♦ ? J. S. Leeds &. Co., Orange. Fat Cattle.— 55 yarded, principally by us They consisted of medium quality, with a few stall-fedcows. Amongst our yardiugs were a consignment of Tenterfield cattle which, not reaching owner's reserve, were passed in unsold, which was, perhaps, owing to the butchers being fully supplied. Cows made to £9 Is, bullocks (inferior) £7 ; best beef being worth £2 5s per lOOlbs. Fat Sheep.— 250 yarded, consisting wholly of our consignments. The feature or zae marKet was a consignment or jxew Zealand wethers, which made from £1 10s to £1 14s. The market was very firm throughout, competition being very brisk, and odd crossbred wethers made .£2 Is, others from 16s 6d to £1 14s ; merino wethers 16s to 18s. Pigs.— 14 yarded. Market very firm. We sold on account of Mr. S. P. Reynolds, Burrawong, Cumnock, 15 pigs from 12s to £1 ; on account of Mr. Marriott, 6 pigs £2 10s ; on account of . Mr. Dunbar, 20 pigs from ]()s to 13s ; on acc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Next year's Canowindra Show bas been fixed for 12th March. The Minuter for Education has just discovered that many Public Schools are overcrowded. A rejported remedy for hiccough is to press, the thhmb on the pulse, with tbe forefinger onthebaok oftbe wrist. Ijwid Agent at Ora^ei fli^ s^d^nly ^n Saturday i from Viles! was stpdU^t|^i^^or ;% years, j . .. public j XBC^ioii 'lor^ ^Jhe fw^pl^ returned aoldier^; Iwm Com- ? paratively speaking, Cumnoek sent more, solflierff to ?: tbewarthan any other town in thd State. ? A verdict yes jgiven Against tbe clam of ' ' a returned pay. I£ the Full Courfcuptiqlds the, decision oi of The wheat crop pf Manitoba is .ex^ot^V ^ million t .(.nit. - ^«Ani«-2fSDa tlinilcBn(1 hn.r UUDUOIDI ? f the ; Air^entine for sthe Qaeensland andxNew South Wales ib commercial ?ciroleft tbatfthe ^^ortation of this

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Cowra-[?] Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] meeting . was hej&V Cauotyind ra .'at Bection of tbeJiSo^ Jina 3-e' immedi ately CQmmen-5edU'?The -Secretary' i-f the League 'wrote 'to the Hon. T. Waddell'and Dr. Boss submitting* to their notice the motion passed, and to this' the following replies were received:— *1 DawlinmiiiM^ llAnaA . Secretary Railway League, Canowin dra. — Dear Sir,— Your letter to hand this morning asking my opinion regarding action being taken to have the first section of the Gregra-Cowra line started.^ In reply I have to state that the thing is utterly impossible, and I hope your league will take no further action in the matter, as it will only delay matters progressing in their usual formal course, and which by the Publib Works Act must be strictly complied, with. Your committee are entirely wrong in asking to have such a thing done, as Parliament Has not yet voted the money for the construc tion of thin cross line. Until this is done nothing can take place. As soon as the survey is completed...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

BAPTIST CHURCH. August 31.— Bocobble at 3 by Mr. J. Ball, and at 7'.30 by Mr. Hyland. Gregra at 3 by Mr. G. Pittendrigb. The Shades at 3 and Manildra at 7.30 by the Bev. W. Colter. Bournewood at 3 by Mr. A. Morris. Cumnook at 7i30 by Mr. G. W. Griffith. ? ?

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Future Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Failure Pmspecte. T -o- ] The revival which was expected to follow the restoration of peace in South Africa ^has not yet shown itself. The . gold mines there have taken longer than was anticipated to get back into working order. Some of them require a long time for un water ing, they all need repairs and renewal of machinery, and there is besides a J.'K.nUn ? L? ? 11. - uimuuity m uuiituuiug nauve laqor an the too low rate of wages offered by the Companies. But the revival is only delayed — it must come. ? Money is plentiful and cheap both in England and on the Continent, and, when there is a large inflow of gold from the Transvaal, outlets will have to be found for the surplus capital, thus causing renewed activity in trade and improved prices. It is impossible to say how far this will go to counteract or more than counteract in Australia the effect of the prolonged drought, the unsatisfactory state of public fin ances and, worst ot all j the continued domination of the small socia...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEBLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

WESLEYAN CHURCH. August 31. — Molongat 11 and Garra at ' 3 l-y Mr. E. J. Hstaey. Dilga at 11, Cumnock at 3 4ind Molong at 7.30 by the BeV. A. Stephen. Goambeen at 11 and E.ed Hill at 3 byMr. Jobn Brooks. Garra at 7.30 by Mr. G. R.Pittendrigh. Meran burn at 3 by Mr. /Walter. Baker.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

AjJF other $ara Produce, 'tir Samples, with prioes, Bent on application. ^ ,f CAUTION. ~ A NTONE capghl fishing or otherwise J\: Trespassing in. the lianas Lake'or . Eurimbla paddocks TOJi BE PBOSE CUTED without respeot to perions. ;; OUR AGENTS. (COPIES of the Molono Aseos may be j ibbtained from the^ following Agents MOLONO-?. G. DONALDBON A OUDAL— GiSOBOE SHOOK \ MANILDBA-J. H. WILIiIAMS W.M.REEYE, 8ADDL£ & HARNESS MAKER, ' WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. ORDERS executed with NEATNESS and DESPATCH. Please note the address — W. M. EEJBYE, SADDLES, Clarlnda Street, Parkes. Cnitmo£k%ittch£r$ JohnLeary & Sons Pbopbietobs. PRIME Beef, Mutton, Pork, &c., at the lowest rates. Small Goods always on hand. Best attention given to all orders. LOOK ! ^ ip you want a GOOD FITTING SUIT Made fr^in the Best material, call and see W. HARRIS, IN BANK-STBEET, ' ' Where Only First-class Workmen are employed. ALL orders are executed on the Premises, where a eeleotion can be made from al...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Masses as follow : First Sunday each month, Cudal Second Sunday in each month, Molong Third Sunday in each month, Cumnock Fourth Sunday in each month, Cargo Fifth Sunday (when occuiTing) Manildra Daring the summer months, namely from September to March inclusive, Mass will commence at 10 a.m. From April to August, inclusive; Mass will commence at 11 a.m. N.B.— This order will be observed until further notice. M. Hah ley

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CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

CRUMBS. ^ w Register your dogs ! Forms at the Akgds Office. Hospital social at Manildra realised £12 158 clear. Good shooting at the Rifle Butts on Saturday. The Ball brothers pot in some smart work with the leaden ball. Wanted — a couple of musically-inclined liius ior moiong .nana. I Orange has expressed itself in favor of j Home Kule for Ireland. That settles it ! j It pays to be just. This is true of I nations as well as individuals. Cumnock children are in for a treat on Thursday evening next. Mr. N. F. Griblin, official assignee, died at Sydney on Saturday. Ernie Thomson declined the football trip to Queensland. According to the President of the Pro gress Association, Molong's Mayor is making most money those tunes. The Mayor questions the Progress President's assertions. An interesting par — our accounts will shortly be put in circulation. If ypu want to get a sure crop and a big : yield, sow wild oats. '? Three deaths occurred id Orange on ? Saturday through pneumonia. _ Cra...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

* REVOLUTION I * . ^ -IN THE— ctohiist isi'EiLsoisr TO THE FRONT ! Call and Inspect my' Illustrated Furniture Catalogue, FQTIWlATFQ Kor FUliNISHINU HOUSES complete at Sydney Wholesale Prices with trainage added. - ^ Those Living in the Country ~ « j 1' * ]?1 ' Can be as well served with FURNITURE at NEILSON'S as if . they were : ' 5 ' in the Furniture Warehouses in Sydney, * illustrAled ithddescribea. Furniture for Every Kind of Home. Cheap, Medium. Costly. BAMBOO DRAWING ROOM SUITES, 7 pieces, Settee, ;2 Arm Chairs, 4 Small Chairs, uphols tered back, loose cushions, best quality plusb, every shade — Price £6 15s. Avery Superior j Suite. SIDE BOARD, Plate-glass Back, fitted with shelf ; , made in stained walnut or cedar ; 3ft Bin — Price n £8 5s — A Bargain. AUSTRIAN CHAIRS— all prices. ,-oJ STRETCHERS, double wire (with legs), 12s 6d. . -DOUBLE .WOVE WIRE MATTRASS (for double & bed) 18s 6d. * 5k BEDSTjEADS, 2ft 6in— wire matfcrass and top wB irattrass, cojnplete, £3 2s 6d. ...

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Yeoval Yabber. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Yeoval Vabber. — u — ' (From a Correspondent.) A pusabant evening was organised re- 1 cently by the Misses Gibson, when a number of friends were entertained — the occasion being a farewell to Miss Delaney# who for some time had been a visitor here. Attempts are still made to establish a Brass Band at Yeoval on a sound footing. Air. Bert Kennerson, of Eugowra, has already given hie pupils their first lesson. Mr. Robertson, late of Gulgulendah Half-time School, has been appointed teacher of Yeoval Public School, vice Mr. Morrison transferred to Candelo. Tennis and ping pong players are now hard at it, day and night. We'll produce champions yet 1

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] Weston Gaworks^ will not be comjpletea ioranpthermonth. WiUjfbej held at Danowindra OQzlti^eptQaibeh Programme £2, 6. A. Association has a c^balaa'ce of J610 7a 7d, j AtprfcBent ftherw fir.vii.hnnt. 90 hmp. horses la training a boat C&nowindra. The -Wyalong Advocate newspaper has been sola by the Sheriff's Officer as a u going concern ' for £5. At a ping-pong tournament in Blayney,our t-ldtriend, Mr. Frea. Paul, was just beaten in the final. . A sign of the times I Batter, this ? time lust year, was 8d per lb retail ; _ ... now, it is 2s per lb. A Tenterfield bullock was sold at Homebnsh just week for £85 5s— a record for HomebuBb. The i»u^i^^|P)olib for the C past 12 months bas been 6J inches as against 40 in 1894. About800,000 new electors will be placed on the .roll by the adoption of the woman's franchise. To carry fodder on the railways at the present rate is costing the Com mis8ioners£6000 a week. The foundation stone' of the new oburch at Granbury will be official...

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