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Religious Memoranda. ST. JAMES, CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Religious Memoranda. ST. JAMES', CUDADT' August 31.— Cargo at 11 a.m. (u.c.), Bowan at 3 p.m., Manildra at 3 p.m., Buvdett at 7.30 p.m., Cudal at 7.30 p.m. September 7.— Manildra 11 a.m. (u.c.),* Green Grove 3 p.m., Toogong 3 p.m., Cudal 7.30 p.m., Cargo at 7.30 p.m. W. Yaoghan Rose, Rector. H. Gh Wiltson, Licensed Reader. Anglican Church services will be held at Cumnock on Sunday next at 11 a.m., Molong at 7.80 p.m. The Rev. A. Stephen preaches in Molong next Sunday morning and evening, and announces his subjects as under : — Morning, ' Showers of Blessing ' ; evening, ' Life iu the Far Country ' ; being the second in series of sermons on ' The Prodigal Son.' Tbe music for Sunday night will include the ' Te Deum,' 'Throw out the Life Line,1' and ' Welcome, Wanderer, Welcome.' Mr. Stephen preaches at Garra at 8 p.m. ; subject, ' Ezekiel's ^ision.'

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Tennis Match. MOLONG V. CUMNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Tennis Match. MOLONG- v. GUMNOOK. Tub retnrn match between the above ClubB .was played on the Molong Court on Wednesday, the home team again being successful— by 16 games. A first-class, lunch Was prepared at Mr. W. P. 'JCafcillis1: Royal Hotel. Appended are thesCores,:— 1 MOLONG. CUMNOCK. ? , E. fi. Mullins and Miss M-Neilson v. A. E. Anderson and Miss A. Black.— €-5 E. E.Mullins and Miss M. Neilson v.G. J. Black and Miss R. Finch.— 0 -6 E. E. Mullins and Miss M. Neikon v. A. H. Oldham and Miss M. Black. — 6-4 E. E. Mullins and Miss M. Neilson v. C. Finch and Miss Raphael. — 6-4 R. Snelling and Miss Neilson v. G. J. Black and Miss R. Finch.— 6-3 R. Snelling and Miss Neilson v. C. Finch and Miss Raphael.— 6-1 . R. Snelling and Miss Neilson v. A. H. Oldham and Miss M- Black.— 6-2 R. Shelling and-Miss Neilson v. A. E. Anderson and Misb A. Black. — 6-1 W. Couch arid Miss M. 'Clarke v. A. H. Oldham and Miss M. Black.— 6-2 W. Couch and Miss M. Clarke v. G. J. Black and Miss R? Finch.— 5 ...

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Rabbits as Farm in Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Rabbits as Farm Stuck. — o ? Are rabbits profitable to tbe country ? {isks the Taieri (N.Z.) 'Advocate,' and goci on to state that — judging by the heavily laden trucks of rabbits we see passing Wingatui from Central Otago, a lot of money must be dis tributed every month amongst tbe workers of that district. There is no doubt that the advent of bunnv caused work on many a wide expanse of sheep grazing land, where formerly a shep herd and bis dog were the only objects to be seen, save the sbeep tbey tended, and the Maori hen, now, unfortunately, almost extinct.

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Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Wool Rejport. — U— Wixnn uMitK, Cahson & Co., Ltd.. re port. under date of 27th August ' The Sydney wool market remains firm for all classes of scoured wool, though buyers are prepared to pay higher prices for any long sound stapled parcels, which are get ting scarce, the majority of the skins on the market being fine haired, and rather weak, a sure sign of the dry season. Con signments of tne new clip are now coming x* ? ? ~ j ? £. ? l.. r ? J.I.- tf ? ? 3 xuL'wiiru iiiurti ireuiy liuiu uie iu.urtj-3 aiiu Riverina districts, but the recent rains will probably delay the shearing for a short time, prospects being for a rather later season than usual. Our next sale is fixed for September 18.

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Molong Police Court WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27. BEFORE Mr. Marriott, P.M. and Mr. W. H. Couch, J.P. ILLUSING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] WEDNESDAY] AUGUST 27. ? Before Mr. Marriott, P.M., and Mr. ^ tjloachj J.P. ILLUSING A HORSE. ueorge w indred was charged with ' illusing a horse by working the same when it was not in a fit state to be worked.' ' Defendant pleaded guilty to ^e horsebeingpoor,but said he was not guilty of illusing the animal. Ylnnshfthln Rmn.ll Rf.at.nd ? On T?rirJnv mbrning last at 11.30 I was on duty in BankBtreet; saw defendant's horse tied to a .post opposite Freemason's Hotel ; horse remained there three or four hours ; I let the horse go ; tbe horse was in very poor condition and very weak ; then summoned defendant. To Defendant : I know that you buy a large quantity of feed. To Beneh : Frequently saw defend ant riding the horse but not driving ; the horse was not in a fit state to be worked. Defendant, on oath, stated : I am a cordial manufacturer ana man con tractor residing at Molong ; the horse oomplained of is naturally poor, and it is impossible to fatten bim ; the horse is one of the...

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SMALL DEBTS COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

[?] Massey Harris Company v.W. H. Stibbitd(Borenore) .— 0 ! aTnt i|83||Os, balance due on promissory note. 3?ha | Bench was of opinion was beyond the jurisdiction of the Small ; Debts Court, and eventually postponed the case to 24th Septemlrer. Railway Commissioners v. Heiiry Flemming. — Travelling on the railway without a ticket. Mr. P. F. A. Einna appeared for defejidant. Owing, to the unavoidable absence of Inspector P.rtTrnll. whn was fcn annsar nh behalf - of the Commissioners, the case*was postponed to 24th September, the j costs of the day to abide the result. a musician's claim. Mrs. Sainsbury v. Mrs. Kelly. — Claim £1 for services rendered as a musician. Mr. Einna appear|d for plaintiff: - Amelia Sainsbury, on oath staled : Am the wife of James Sainsbury, and reside with my father at Molong ; re member 28th June last; Mrs. Kelly sent for me several times asking me to play at a send-off to the Matron ; I was to play from 8 till 12 ; I agreed to play for £1 ; Mrs. Kelly shook...

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

[?] Watch for Mr. Louis Rioh's new advt. to appear in next issue of the Asaos. ; 'V ? Mr. A. E. Anderson, of Myrangle Btod^ '^s. refused an : offer of a thousand guineas for the race mare ? Mora. A large number of regular em ployees in Parkes have been discharged during the past week owing to the drought conditions. During a drive at Coffee Hill, on the Cargo-road, a few days ago, 1400 rabbits and hares were shot. During the same week two men shot 1000 on the same property. Mr. 3. H. Nisbett, police magistrate, (one time of Molong), was at the Nowra Courthouse on Tuesday pre sented with, an illuminated address and handsome album of views of the district by tbe honorary magistracy, legal practitioners, and Officials of the Court on the eve of his departure for Glen Innes. Constable J. H. M' Donald has been transferred from Canowindra to Parkes, and Constable R. G. 3. Mitchell takes up his duties at the former place. Bisbop Camidge and Mrs. Camidge were accorded a welcome home at Bath...

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Cudal. SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Cudal. SCHOOL OF ARTS. At a full meeting of members of tbe School of Arts held at Tattersall's Hotel on Monday evening last the business was the arranging of matters in connection with the Ping-pong Tournament and the re-opening of the institution. It was decided to hold the tournament on Wednesday and Thursday, 17th and 18th September (moonlight nights), and to play the same under the Sydney Sports Union. Mr. J. S. Parker, with his usual generosity, has offered three trophies for competition, first for best lady player, first for best gentleman player, and a championship prize. A great number of entries is antici pated, and tbe tournament it is thought will prove very successful. Mr. Parker has kindly offered the use of his new graphaphone, and selections on this instrument will be gi^en at intervals during each evening. The hall will be thoroughly renovated for tbe occasion, and nothing will be left undone that will tend to the sue- ' cess of the function.

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TENNIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

TENNIS MATCH. Our local tennis players journeyed to Cudal on Saturday, and were defeated. Mrs. Healey prepared an excellent dinner forthe players, and it was much appre ciated. The game throughout was inter esting—at dinner time Bocobble led, but evidently dinner didn't improve . their play, for Cudal forged ahead and finally won by 17 games. Scores BOCOBBLE. CUDAL. Mr. and Miss Lancdon v. Mr. Turner and Miss M. Carman. — 64. Mr. and Miss Langdon v. Mr. Healey i aud Miss G. Carman.— 4-6. Mr. and Miss Langdon v. Mr. Frize I and Misb Lavers. — 3-6. j Mr. and Miss Hyland v. Mr. Frize and Miss Laveru.— 4-0. Mr. and Miss Hyland v. Mr. Healey and Miss G. Carman.—O-G. Mr. and Miss Hyland v. Mr. Turner and Miss M. Carman. — 1-6. Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard v. Mr. Healey and Miss G. Carman.— 4-6. Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard v. Mr. Frize and Miss Lavers. — 6-2. Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard v. Mr. Turner and Miss M. Carman. — 5-6. gentlemen's doubles. Messrs, Sheppard and Langdon v. Messrs. Healey and Frize.— 6-...

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

Cargo News. [Fkom oub own Cobbespondent.] The long continued drought in this locality had a break on Thursday, 21st instant, 75 points of rain being regis tered here since -that date. It is questionable if more rain were to come now whether the wheat crops would be saved. Farmers and owners of stock win suner great loss. Stock, emaci ated by starvation, can be seen wan dering around, some of them clothed in old bags, which adds to their ghastly appearance. A Warden's Court was held here on 23nd instant, when the dispute, Collins y. McMahon, re mining ground on tbe Adelaide Hill, was decided in favour of the defendant. I am informed that the offer of a local syndicate to purchase the Cargo Quartz Crushing Battery was not ac cepted. It is evident that in the in terests of Cargo the plant should be retained here if possible. It is hoped that fresh negotiations will be entered into. , Th/it there id a tide in tbe affairs of life that taken at its flood bears the mariner to the shores of...

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Bumbury. WELCOME RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Bumbury. [Fhom ouk own Cobbespondent.J WELCOME RAIN. A few nice showers fell here on Friday and Saturday, 30 welcome points being registered. But we really require at least three inches to satisf y our present needs. A terrific storm occurred only a few miles from here on Saturday even ing, accompanied by hail. It kept a line due north and half-a-mile in width, only a few drops falling outside that area.

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A BRAVE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

A BRAVE GIRL. Miss Grace Townsend, one of our local young ladies, left here for Sydney on Saturday last, being invited to attend a meeting of the Humane Society (held in the Town Hall on Monday evening, 25th instant) it being the intention of the Society to recognise her bravery in saving the life of another young girl from drowning. In this instance Miss Towns end pluckily jumped in the water and after much difficulty rescued the girl who was in an unconscious state.

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THE RABBIT PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

THE RABBIT PROBLEM. I noticed in your lust is3ue that Mr. Harris is using his time and making every eifort to induce people to'tray rabbits for market, for which he certainly deserves the thanks of the people as a whole. If a mandate was issued against the system of poisoning, it would be hailed with general satisfaction. From experience I can say that poison has but little effect on bunny, for, like Oliver Twist, they simply ask for more, by coming in greater numbers. But the' birds, which we are supposed to protect, may be seen dead everywhere, and many different species at that. Some people even have wheat poisoned with arsenic and set in various places throughout the bush, by which innocent members of the feathered tribe suffer. No wonder the country is cursed by drought !

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Reunion of St. John's Choir. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Reunion of St. JToIm's Choir. j-0 — . ' -r .. A social evening was enjoyably spent at the Eeotory on Tuesday last, when eighteen members of the *shoir of St. John Y Church met. by invitation of the Hector and Mrs. Alldis. Songs, duets, pianoforte and violin solos, &c., were rendered by Messrs. Neilson, Rae, Snellincr, Mesdames Alldis, Bae. and Misses Neilson (organist)* H. fowler, Titberadge, McGowan, Rubie, Bridekirk and Lily Crooks with much cordiality and appreciation, after which an adjournment was made to the' new dining room for refreshments. The Rector took occasion to speak of the high esteem in which the organist (Miss Neilson) was held by the whole of the choristers and him self, and of the devoted attention given by her to the musical services of the church — wherein -she was so constant and regular. In the name of all— present and absetft — he wished her a very enjoyable trip to Sydney, where Miss Neilson was about to go for a few weeks. Tbe Rector then welcomed ...

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A Manildra Matter. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

JL Manildra Matter. _ — o — Db. Ross has handed us the following letter for publication : Public Works Department, Sydney, 25th August, 1902.— Date of letter under reply : 12th instant, enclosing* a communication from Mr. John Peck of Manildra. Subject : Gravelling new work on road from the Molone Manildra road to tbe Parkes-Manildra road. Reply : On condition that Mr. Peck allows the gravel to be obtained from his paddock free of charge, the Minister has approved of the work being carried out, at a cost of £20. — J. Davis, Under Secretary.

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Cudal v. Blayney. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

Cu«lal v. Blayney. The challenge match played at Orange on Saturday week between the Blayney and Cudal t-eam-* dopq not. appear to have satisfied the former, who were defeated by 9 to 5. Last night we were authorised by one of the most prominent supporters of the Blayney ites to say that they are will ing and anxious to have another trial. uur mtormant stated that the sup porters of the Blayney footballers would pick a team in Blayney to de feat Cudal for a wager of £80 or more. We wait to hear what Cudal has to say. — Orange Advocate.

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White Cross League of Australasia. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 29 August 1902

White Cross League of Australasia. — o — Mb. R, Bligh, of Sydney, the accredited Secretary of the above League for the whole of Australasia, announces bis fixtures to lecture in Molong ou the 8th and 9tb of October (to men only), tlien to boys over 13 years. Dr. Richard Arthur, of Macquarie Street, Sydney, writes, to say that he feels satisfied Mr. Bligh's mission will do immense good to Morality and Religion, and earnestly bespeaks for the lecturer the co-operation of all who desite the moral welfare of mankind. Admission will be free, by ticket.

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

-5N CHAMPION NS PLOUGHING MATCHES! . 1 TO BE HELD AT MILLTHOEPB — ON — Tuesday & Wednesday, 23rd and 24tk Sep., 1902* SECTION A— PLOUGHING-. Entries Close 16th September, 1902. Class A . — Championship of Australasia j Double-furrow Match, open to all comers. First Prize, £50 ; second £'20 ; third, £7. Entrance 50s. Class B. — Inter-State Champion Three furrow Match, open to all Comers. First Prize, £15 ; 2nd, £5 ; 3rd £2. Entrance £1. Class C. — Double-furrow Match, open to all who have never won a first prize in a Champion Match or a First-class Ama teur Match. First- Prize, £8 ; 2nd, £3 ; 3rd, £1. Entrance 15s. Class if. — Double-furrow Match, for all Youths under 18 years (competitors to five satisfactory proof of age if demanded) 'irst Prize, £6 ; 2nd, £3 ; 3rd £1. En trance 7s 6d. ' Class E.— Double-furrow Match, for all who have never ploughed in a match. First Prize, £G ; 2nd, £3; 3rd, £1. En trance 10s. Class F. — Four-furrow Match, open to all comers. First Prize, ...

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

?—MOLONG.— §vc /';.?? '._ '' ?'' . ? i ? ' ; '' ' .' ' ' ' ? ? Dr. James Reiacli, soium:, Ed. V ' ' BANK sic BEET, stoioug. \ '? Government Vaccinator. ? M.L.C^,r«,R.D.S., Hentlg|, vran^, (Lftte Assistant to Dr. E.P. Magnus, Sydney), ^ Will visit molonq —'OS— Saturday, September A », And inay be Cdn8altedat Bxockweix's Hotel from 9 a.m. to 6p.m. Legitimate Workdone in all Branches of the v Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. ? I^egal. ' Mr.Bwwj Ejns Jagi M, AtTbRNEY, , SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A. J.8. Bank, MOLONG. mBUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved „ X ? 8eoureties. '? tftit* for^RVING FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET ..... . ? BAtBS: -.. _v. Pressed Oatenind Wheaten Hay Oaten juid Wh-^ten Chaff - Straw, Oats, Wheats &c. Quotations Given. Contracts entered into. Alfred McDermott, Wholesale Produce Meboha^jt, ANSON STREET. ORANGE. NOTICE. \ hh persons found trespassing in tbe X3L paddocks of tbe undersigned, upon any pretext whatever, will be. prosecuted without...

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

Mr. Wheeler Qot 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 b'ottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. From the first application I began to get well, and was cured and have worked steadily all the year.— R. Wheeler, Northwood, N.Y., U.S.,, A. For sale by EL W. Macord, Chemist, Molong. mo ST^^raS^ SEASON JL AT BOWAN P4HK, And Travel all tbe .Surrounding Diitriole, TIIE ACTIVE FARM STALLION COLONIAL CHIEF. (Bred by Whitmbe Brothers). 0,9?'®'*a' Chief is by the noted horse Younc KJ^r' 8Td/lre ®k»eldbearer (imp ) , COLOJ^I Chief s dam by Gonqueror ll grand dMi by Young Invincible, great grand dam by Railway Champion-all nlted sfrtfos 5or staunchness, constitution, ^nd durabiUty Cownul Chief, like Kis ancestors, bw proved bimself the progenitor of etockthat are second to none in the State. Tehms : £1 Us Each Make. Mares to be paddocked will wee,™ every care, but no responsibility inc...

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