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About Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

About Babbits. » An old rabbitter informs us that it is passing strange, bow tbe rabbits which are now being got about Molong, a^e so fat, much more so than they were last Spring. The only jray that he can account for if' is that there being no grass or herbage, bunny has to burrow Jor succulent roots, hence the reason of their being so fat. An English poacher's version of how to catch rabbits without the aid of dogs, guns, or steel traps : — Find the entrance to their burrows, carry in your pocket say six, eight or more pieces of twine netting, 2 or 3 inoh mesh, say 15 inches square. Watch for bunny when be is out feeding, place a piece of net loosely over the entrance to the burrow, get away from between the rabbits and. their burrows, have say a bullock's horn or any kind 01 an instrument; wqicq win mage a loud noise, startle tbe rabbits, they will run swiftly for cover to their burrows. As they strike the small piece of netting they become at once entangled and rpll up on the gr...

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

Treacle for Sheep. ?. —v — ? . Mb. R. Whitxen, of Boggabri, writes to the ' S. and 8. Journal ' Sir,— Replying to ' Booligal's ' in quiry last issue re treacle in water, as sheep require very little water this time of the year, it would be a difficult j matter, to work to advantage. I have 1 seen sh\ep without water, on dry feed sfad leaves for a month, without hav ing a bad effeot. My experience proves tbat sulphate of magnesia and sulphate of iron, 51bs. of each to lOOlbs. of Liverpool salt, in troughs, is better than treacle. With tbis, treatment, and plenty of edible scrub or bushes and water, dknnn tttlll A lA nivtvl^ AM I OUW^f n»*i «wm taken in hand before the system is run down, and are dry and sound sheep. The main point in scrub-feeding is to always cut more nban enough, so the sheep will not nibble the stalks and twigs, Which cause 'scrub-balls' to form in stomach and rennet.

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wellington to [?] Line. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] andsecouded -that the 6eoretary' write tdijbe 01encai^lieii'by&tiBh 9? toe P. aha S^AesociatioO ;;^l^tiD^ that they can rely on the As^ooiatibn's cd6per ation -in getting a branch' or lteht feeder railway from Oeurie vor Wel lington to_ Yeoval via Boornftwpod ; stating that from Geurie would be tbe best starting- point, as it would open up the best agricultural land. \ ? ... '. -''-'i '?? ''I. ,

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

[?] Surprise s surprise J Brand, '? j although the temptation to lower the quality is great. ftiir is as the Strength of Ten because onr Soap is PURE. Of course the price is higher than that of the diluted article, hut it is not dearer on that account, any more than halfa crown is dearer than a florin, because the value is greater. Ask for, the Surprise Brand, and insist upon getting it. Agent for Molong : JAS. HASLAM, Australian Stores. ? . ? ' / Breeder, Exhibitor; ^^Impolrfer and Exporter of all the principal varieties of V0WP itnd DV€KI, BETWEEN 20 AHD 80 IN NUMBER. Prize Winner with mostly all tbe following Varieties at the Bathurrt, Dubbo, Orange, - Wellington ana Forbes 5bow5. Light and Dark Brahmas; Buff, Partridge, and White Cochins; Langshan; Dorking, Brown and 'White Leghorns; Black Spanish ; AndaloBian; Golden and Silver Hamburga ;; Polish ; 'Hottdan ; Bantam, Oame, any color; Bantam, roBecomb; Orpingtons, Black and BuB and Diamond Jubilee ; Plymouth . Bocks ; Silver, Go...

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

A couple of prime bullocks were sold, at Maitland on Friday at £28 a head. Penny Postage would prove a great boon If ever it came into force, Such benefits can't reach us too soon, Though bound to arrive in due course. It is time We take care of our pence, Arid likewise our health I am sure, So he, with a cough and good sense, ?Takes Woods1 Gkeat Peitkhmixt Cuke.

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] [?] -WbitentheSttn.^Scr&pe a toot of * . milk/ ' andlet iistand 2 a? $ Jiours in a tfool ; ?- °* tb6 ff^iieoe s-f carrot *$& ^ ^^t^^x^thjf^ttfrsalt ; ip^w^fflbofltiiStfaByMiil IhriVel-up. Another cure is bo take a small piece of raw beef, steep It ail sight in virie ^;:oatafvqi)ud^com4t.^9!:^iU cover the , on With strips ^ jBtickiDg plaster. It j may be removed in the day, and put on every night.. . In a fortnight the wart will'Sie atid' peel off. It will 'T^o^^^^Siet Brashes.— Wash yourtotiet bruetasin. hot sodawater. not . tou&Wbe backs; 3&nse well in cold water, and dry in the open air if possible. The nirf*lL&i!kik4- jtraWriwl .. fchn istaffar the Tiding -?rey.; ' ? — Greyness is &ften caused by keeping the hair too dry. If you see prema ture grey hairs Appearing, rub a little olive-oil into the scalp once a week. It should be applied with the tips, of tbe fingers, and only very little need be used.; „ ', To. Break Glass Evenly...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Religious Memoranda. ANGLICAN" CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Religions memoranda. ' ANGLICAN CHURCH. Molonq— 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month at 7.80 p.m. 2nd (bc) and 4th Sun days at 11 and 7.30 Ynllundry— 1st Sunday in each month at 11 a.m. Comnock — 1st Sunday in each month at 3 p.m., and Stb Sunday at 11 a,m. (bc) Amaroo— 1st and 8rd Sundays at 3, also 4th Sunday of alternate months at 3 Garra — 2nd and 4th Sundays each month at B, and also in moonlight season at 7.30 JBeri— 3rd Sunday in each month at 3 Eachareena third Sunday in each month at 11 Obley— 4th Sunday in January, March May, July, September and November at 10.30 Balderodgery— Same days as Obley at 3 J. AliLDIB.

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

[?] Lever Watches. Agent for bpeedwell Bicyles. ? ALL SUNDRIES? JN STOCK. Try one of my RIlCMIIIiatfic Rings for Rheumatism. 3s each. Hmn^e ^ l«l MT\ M /m Silver Lockets, 3s & 4s 6d fflnJ ) . 'T1* v\ Gold Lockets, 10s 6d, lWj: - j ^ Eyes Tested. Spectacle Frames in Steel, Nickel, Alumino, , . Boiled Gold, and Solid Gold. Spectaeles from Is to 85s. Ail Latest Designsvin Brooches. W^f GOLD LINKS, any Design from 12/6 pair Large Stock of Pretty Charms and Gold Crosses to choose from. Dress, Engagement, Wedding & Keeper Rings Try one of ray renowned NICKEL. Watcbes at 21s. Lever Movement and nonmagne tic. Cases screw together. One year Guarantee. Others at 7s, 10s, 12s 6d, 17i 6d IEJ. BLAOKADDEB, JE'W'ELLEE, IMZOLOICTG SHIP Aunvi^ ? 0 ? NOW OOMING FORWARD A LARGE SHIPMENT OF New Summer Drapery! INDENTED DIRECT FROM GLASGOW. Watch for Future AiniouiiGements . ? 0 ? Agent for all Makes of Agricultural Machinery, Buggies, Sulkies, &c. (THE FARMERS' ^FB^D) ^ CUMNOCK ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Borenore. Travelling Stook and Water Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Xiorenore. ? v . ? Travelling Stoofc and Water Reserves. A 00KBE8P0NDENT writes The subject of leasing the travelling stock and water reserves bas- been very forcibly brought under my notice latel£ Tbe time has without a doubt; arrived when all su6h reserves shoul-U-e with drawn from lease and restored to their rightful owners, the public, The re serves were originally '^t apart for the llfiA rtf/ flirt «inUV«it ' ? .\L. ' ?/ 'V, uu.c3 |iuuiiU| VUb ft ;u6g^61|011g Government adopted %be very nowise coufese of leasing them: for the purpose of riBingalittle revenue, but the ad-' vantage gained thereby bas been at the expense of the public, aod tbere is no doubt they should be at -once with- drawn frpmlease. Tbeyar^X^lieye, ^esery^i jtill in a sense.^ bm hy pipipp any pne map a We the derattihent gives ^imnnfair ad WtMe.ea^lali® if he should fence it, as U genipy the case. Besides, possession is said ' to be nine points of the jaw ; the other pointj 1 supppse, belongs, to the right ful...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Progress Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] [?] As convened by A|yerti8ement, the Packham ptesidea, *nd there was a -The chapman read the advertise ment ne ai3^fi»w r/wira v;w; 411 - sue* place it was riot a meeting of the Com mittee, %ut ia meeting ^ ofcriabs^berfl. Then ugaio the advertisement invited ail to attend ai- d assist 'tbiii^ Associa* tiopin strengtheningthe handsofthe Member forthe District inhaving local public wants attended to.' Jle ob jected strongly to thatpart, and iHhe Association was going on those lines, welli he was done with it It was not customary lor the Association to_have j anything to do ? with the Member for ? the District, as the latter bad opposed them ever since the Association was started. They bad done very well in the past without the Member and oould do without bim in the future. Another matter was that the advt. was signed by W. C. Bennett. The advt. should bave been signed by Mr. Carroll.' who was tbe Association's Secretary, though unfortunately ;he was suffering from ill health. St...

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

: ' # K HU'L 8 WuJrobe, Sttl :sifl®a4 - m m ? 'r . l-oor«nd4-^Prawer .. .. .. .. ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ♦♦ ? ^ ^ ® PT A r.T.'H ? FnT.Ti.HiRIS H AtiP-TESTfiR BEDSTE API with Brass Foot-rail, Set ^ Best Eapok-ipeadiag, and Triple Wire Uattr&sa .. .. ?? ? ? ?? 17 6 _/ °f 72 Pa8^and ^°° illa8trati0I1B'f3' it's attheOHice of this Paper , A.:':^tr^COMPANV, 561 to 667, GEOBGE-STBEET, STONBY. - , Leave Tram at Liverpool Street. All over ^ jfectorate j , / ' - ' , - K * -tv ' The Molong Abgus iB looked upon aB V is^. Bright, Newsy and well-printed Journal/that gives speoial prominence to District News. - ?128Te^_^ ' k - : -r s ifr Sit il »wr. ^ If von maiire awnething «uitable for a Wedding Present or a Birthday Gift v, or anyjSoy :iiick-Qack to adornyoar home you can get it cheaper at ? v J. DONALDSON'S. itdoesnot matter ^ 1 1 ' the F^ioyGoDdB line you want, you are almost certain * . ^^SdoiuldsgN'S. .'V.'-' v - ??? - ? I He keeps an Up-to Date range of Plain Fancy Stationery, ToyB and Mnsi...

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

For your Grooeries, Prd|L C«in!ftAKr.n.^ &o., Ac., go to 3. E. CAMPBEJjL'fi—tK^ '' Cheapest Store in Town, CQetameni on for orders, and paroels delivei^,* ^

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

, bo you knowthat J. E.CA.MPBELL (lato i of Singer Company) has opened a Store in i Bank-street, opposite the Oommerci&l Bank? | Give the new man & trial.*

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

THING OF BEAUTY AND A JOY FOR EVER ! THE SINGER New Cabinet Set Table Machine. AgeDcy: BANK STREET, MOLONG. F. SYDENHAM, Representative. f MUSIC -a MUSICAL j INSTRUMENTS. * * f\ No matter where you live or A | j.; what your musical wants 1 1 | / may be, we can supply you \1 |f with best goods, and at low- « | est prices top. 1 k We hold the largest stocK o/ I | Pianos, Organs, Music, Musi- I 1 cal Instruments, Strings and f 1 Fittings in Australasia. I I our order may be a small one, I | but we shall be pleased to I I fill it just the same, Knowing 1 f full well it will lead to larger 1 business in the future. 1 If it is only for a single piece I o/ Music or a few Violin I Strings Kindly send it along I and it will have our prompt I attention. I We Import Pianos, Organs and 1 | all Musical Instruments.' | T. El. Paling' (Q. Co., Ivtd.!| ' 338 GEORGE. ST.. SYDNEY. I CPTT A 'D^TPIDC? x vi^ xx Xv» «l «AZ5i sx ^ HAS much pleasure in thanking the Public of Molong and district for the lib...

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THE CENTRAL BUTTER FACTORY [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

TEE CENTRAL BUTTER FACTORY. The central bulter-factory at Molong is conveniently situated on tbe outskirt of the township, * near cross-roads, where the country traffic converges. But most of tbe cream is brought in by the railway. Out Ciimnock way there are several large dairy herds, especially those of Mr. James Lee, at Larnis Lake, and Mr. S. P. Reynolds, at Durrawong. Messrs. ueorge and John Eggleston, who are large wheat growers, have also a good many cows, and in course of time they intend in creasing their herds. There are plenty of cattle in this district, but few of them are of tbe dairying type. Mr. Lee bas a large herd of pedigreed shorthorns at Larras Lake, while at Burrawong Mr. Reynolds bas nearly every kind'of dairy stock. At both of these stations over a hundred head of cows are being milked, and the small farmers are following suit. The coun try around Molong is eminently suited for dairying. The rainfall is ample in average seasSns, but not this season, and there i...

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Around Molong. INLAND DAIRYING DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] [?] _ ZNZiAln}V^E^^d: ^ETSLOPWianv * profit. Th^im need to b ^ dispelled, forthey are both quite er roneous. As atriatter of fact, dairy inff liiLfl Ani^mh Ika laofc fmA — 1 — «« w %/«.? vui.00 : ?«M»»nadA#$hderfal progress in ? the ] westand oenfcraldistricts, and bad it not been for the protracted drought now being experienced, the develop- ! ment on the Western Line, about Orange, Molong, Manildra, and other centres, would bave been very much greater tbanit is to-day. But not withstanding unfavorable seasons, the industry has obtained a firm footiDg in the localities named, and there is reason to believe that before many years elapse the inland butter factories will show a far larger output than the wbole of the coastal districts put to gether There lis practically no limit to the area of land suitable for dairy ing in central New South Wales, and . onoe the squatters commence to sub divide their holdings for this purpose, the same as is being done in Victoria, and dpcqerye t...

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

TAKE NOTICE. Anyone found trespassing in the Burgoon Paddocks, and dis turbing weak stock, will be prosecuted without respect to persons. JOHN BRUCE. WANTED. WJ ANTED- Contract for CLEAR VV ING or BURNING OPT, Large or Small Area. Apply X YZ. Argus Office. Molong Progress Association. THE ADJOURNED MEETING., of the Molong Progress Association will be held in the Town Hall on FRIDAY EVENING, 5th September, at 7.30 sharp. igT Everyone cordially invited to attend. W. C. B. BENNETT, Hon. Sec. l'lto TEsr. EDWARDS BROS., BAKERS, Pastry Cooks, Confectioners, Grocers FRUITERERS, Onnnclf a Cnmmerrlnl Rank. Mnlnn-r. Pastry a Speciality. Choice Fresh Fruit, j 83° Wedding, Birthday apd Christening Cakes made to order on the shortest notice. Tea Meeting! —AT— BOCOBBLE —OX— Wednesday, 17th Sep. Tea on the Tables at 3:30. Tickets, Is Gd. j PUBLIC MEETING AT NIGHT. | jnolong PastoraT 4 flgriciiHiiral Association — WILL HOLD THEIB — Annual Show *t~ON— * APRIL 7 & 8, 1903. Over JE200 in Speci...

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Cumnock Peelings. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Cumnock Peelings. That the farmers and squatters appear gloriously elated with success upon the encouraging plan and devices of the prospect ' of the well-deserving anticipated railway scheme. That the tennis players speak in highest' terms of appreciation1 with reference to the courteous spirit in which Wednesday's game at Molong was played. That they also enjoyed the sump tuous repast provided them by the ' Royal ' ladies through tbe instru mentality of Cumnock's challengers. That the present prospect of the disastrous season terminating discards the ' antediluvian ' dullness of mind and occupies the position of activity and hopefulness. That Mr. Wm. Black has sent two teams to Sydney to bring along his Spring and Summer Ooods indented from the old country ; the teamsters expect to be three weeks on the road. That the highest degree of appre ciation was last week bestowed upon the prestige of the Ruenalf — Sir Hercules influence as a winning sire begetter, when one of the Melbourn...

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

Don't Send to Sydney. — 0 — Don't send to Sydney for furniture when you can be as well suited in Molong. \ This is Mr. John Neilson's advice, and we wonld ask readers to cast their weather eye over his new advertisement. Vou can see his catalogue and note the whole; sale cost, then add the train age and the furniture will come to you jnst as well at , Sf Mil wahI- 4-a i ? ; ? i_ *.*. W VUO ViVUUlo Ul guHig ra Sydney and selecting 'it. But letUstellV you that Mr. Neilson has a varied stock pf furniture on show, which can be inspected at any time. It is really worth while to give him a call, — Advt.

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

[?] Mr. Hubert R. Bennett, of WestEnd, died in the local Hospital yesterday, from consumption, after an ulneSs or some weeks. He had only been an inmate of the institution a few days, and was con scious to the last. Deceased was 48 years of age, and leaves a wife find young family, . for whom much sympathy is expressed. The funeral took place this afternoon in - fllA aaiwaIa*** 4-tin 'Daw A wc WLQllUVUlOll VOUlCVwt^ IIUC JLVv v ? At Stephen reading the burrn service. Word was received in town yesterday to the effect that Mrs. H. Killick, daughter of Mrs. Evers, of Watson-street, died suddenly at Kogarah at midday. Mr. Killick formerly conducted a blacksmith ing business in Molong, and he, with the Evers family will have the symrathy of a numerous circle of friends, in their sud den bereavement, i

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