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Eight Hours System. RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Sight Hours System. BAIIiWAT AND TBAMWAY SERVICE. In the Assembly, Dr. Ross asked the Colonial Treasurer, — 1. In view of alterations that came* into force on the 1st July last regarding carrying out the provisions of the principle of employees in the railway and tram service working only eight hours per day, will be obtain from the Railway Commissioners a statement as to the exact number and class of employees to whom this special provision more particularly applies, or if it applies to all employees in the railway and tram service alike? 2. Are night watch-' men, - platform porters, goods-shed porters, and others employed at rail way stations in country districts in cluded in this list ; if not, why are they debarred from the provisions of the eight-hour principle that is granted to their more fortunate fellow-workers engaged in Sydney and suburbs ? 3. If the principle of eight hours per day for railway and tramway employees be a sound one, why is it made appli cable to one class ...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lauer-Nelson Air Motor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Tlie Lauer-M elson ilr motor. Messrs. Laueb (late of Molong) and Nelson, of Wellington, who have been working on the invention for some months past, have now secured the patent rights for their Air Motor. The machine is a marvel of mechanical ingenuity. . The whole thing is automatic. The windsails resemble the propgllor of a steamship and are so constructed that the force of the winds run from one blade to another, thus getting every ounce of power out of the elements, and enabling the machine, to work with but very little wind. The pump is a very clever con struction. When the tank is full the sails are automatically thrown out of gear, and when the wind is too strong, a brake is applied by the same means. The machine oils itself. Enough oil is placed in a reservoir to last for three months, and a continuous supply is readily regulated. With an ordinary wind the motor will drive a chaff cutter, a grindstone, and even a circular saw, in additioh to the pump. The machine is beautifu...

Publication Title: Molong Argus
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Molong Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] ? 'V^^;..:'^|^|^^i^y';,CQeeting ofthe : V msietil onv v ' Mpa^^pj^ag^efcltbarB werapre- »? J,©lfe*f^Srbaert F. Foley, ' . J. T. Pa^ii^p^l^Paitijh^ H. R.J. Holt, ; 11, W. T. Job, Dr. ReiaohAodthe Secretary. APOLOGY. An apology was read from Dr. Boss for his inability to attend. . . , MINUTES, ? The minutdB of last' meeting were read and confirmed. VISITING COMMITTEE'S BEP0BT. Molong, 1st September, 1902.— To the Chairman of Committee, Molong Cottage Hospital.— W 6 visited the Hospital several times during last month and found every thing satisfactory. We have had two tanks removed, one put at the Infectious Ward and which is now full of water, the other is connected with the one at the ? back of the kitchen. Our attention has been drawn to the stove. The Matron informs us that she cannot roast or bake in the ovens, and we would suggest that « it be taken out and inspected, getting it mended if required. — J. T. Parslow, H. B. J. Holt, W. P. C ah ill. THE COOKING RANGE. Mr. McGrod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

- va — ' ' - M ' ' 'Wl THIN-\ OF BEAUTY I AND A JOY FOR EVER ! ? THE SINGER 1 *? s New Cabinet Set J Table Machine. j Agency : BANE STREET, MOLONG. 1 F. SYDKNHAM, Representative. | J ' Violins, Banjos, * 1 Guitars, Mandolins. I A Our StocK of Violins is the A | ff 1 largest in these States. ? 1 J 1/ They are specially seleded for VI | | us by experts, as are also ^1 I strings and fittings. 1 | I We can supply you with, a well I | I made Violin, case and bow I f 1 complete for a few shillings, I 1 or sell you a. hig'h g'rade one I J running into pounds. I I Our Banjos, Guitars and Man- 1 I dolins are imported direct 1 f from the 'World's leading 1 I factories, and spot cash paid I ft for them. One reason we I 1 can sell them so chcaply. I . I All goods guaranteed. I | ? I / ^ ^ ^ I 4 I We Import Pianos, Org'cns and ft | I all Musical Instruments. ft | r W. H. Paling' © Co' Ltd., | ' I 33« GEORGE- ST., SYDNEY. I ? ? .. ? ePXT A TD^^TDC? m \i j XX Xx X\» X «aZsx X\» I HAS much pleasure...

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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS. Sydney. Thursday. ' Wheat, 4/9 to 4/10 per bushel Maize, 5/9 per bushel Oats, 3/8 to 3/9 Barley, 4/3 to 4/6 Bran, 1/5 per bushel Pollard, 1/4 per bushel Straw, £4 per ton Chaff, prime £6 5s to £6 15s Lucerne, £10 to £10 10s Potatoes, £7 to £7 15s Eggs, /9 to /9| Butter, /II to 1/0 £.

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Commercial News. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

'Commercial News. ? ? i Momng Argus Office, Friday. Wheat — none offering Flour, £9 15s per ton Brail, £8 Pollard, £8 per too Dairy Batter Is 2d wholesale ; Is 3d retail Factory Butter, Is 3d wholesale ; Is 5d retail' x Honey, 4d to 5d. Bacon, 8d wholesale; lid retail Eggs, 7d wholesale; 8d retail Cheese, Bodalla Is 2d Chaff, £5 wholesale ; 7s retail Potatoes, 8s 6d to 9s cwt. retail New Maize, 5s wholesale ; 6s retail

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Cranbury. Laying the Foundation Stones of a New Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] N6w Methodist Church. [?] Cbanbdby was en fete on Wednesday ^ ^W^g^'i^eHeydiaiik:r^ib^rtl]uB;. la^iiig: of tbe' foundation stoneBof tbe new Methodist iGtiitciil From 'every standpoint tbe ' ftttjotfon was an unqualified success, onwbicbwe ofierour hearty borigratu 1$®N» Stephen and Trustees of Jbhe Ohurch. They ' de served success,0 And in this case they '- coinmarided it. . inui. - ? ? ? ji ^ jluo pruuueuiu({5 guuiuiuuuou puuu tually it l'p.tai. with what was. announced as a ' Grand Banquet,' , , tbeunanimous testimony of the 120 guest? who sat down to 'dine was an' emphatic endowment of the designa f ; lj0h— it was » //triable .fea&t of good ? 4^^.t;-iA.'ic8gwrai8 quantity, quality and management generally, your cor respondept^bas .not seen anything tietter. ' The ladies 'of f the Churob, beaded by Mrs. Caleb Nash ayd her daughters, did yeoman service bbfore ttie event; ; and were unremitting in attention to guests during the day. Tbe Jaige verandah of Mr. Caleb Nash's...

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The Rabbit Problem. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

The Rabbit Problem. ' A fortnight ago wepublished tbe in formation claimed by Mr. Harris, a former resident of Molong, that he, had solved the rabbit problem— that is, by encouraging the settlers to trap rabbits for export on an extensive scale, Another phase of the rabbit question has now cropped out, for we are told by correspondents in various parts of the State that a movement is uu iuuu ttu ttuvuuuw prutuubiuu ui the rabbit, owing to the value of bunny's carfcajpe as a substitute for beief and mutton. The object of tbe agitation was to suppress tbe use of the poison cart. To those whose ex perience allows them to fully np preciate'the extent of the curse that lenient treatment of the rabbit, or even tbe neglect of its systematic destruction, must prove to the pastor alist and agriculturist, this suggestion regarding tbe protection of tbe pest must appear to be akin to the weak ness of tbe shipwrecked sailor who slakes his thirst with sa.lt water, and sbuts his eyes to the inevi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

?*z.rA ? t i - ' Dr. M. Veecli, BUDDIE ST E EE T, ! \ — MOLONO.— v, ? - Dr. James Beiach, ,, MB., C.M., Ed. BANKv ST REE T, HLoldug. + — — i Government Vaccinator. M. L. Caro, B.D.S., Dentist, Orange, (Lite Levee & Caro), - (Late Assistant to Dr. E. P. Magnus, Sydney), WILL VISIT MOLONG — ON — * Saturday, September IS, And may be Consulted at Stockwell's Hotel from 7a.m. to 6 p.m. Legitimate Work done in all Branches of the Profession. Charges can be ascertained on inquiry. Legal. Mr. Baney Ep Jago loll, ^ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Opposite A.J.S. Bank, MOLONG. TRUST MONEYS to Lend on Approved Secureties. \ FEED for STARVING STOCK. ? ? \ « FOR SALE AT LOWEST MARKET RATES: Pressed Oaten and Wheaten Hay Oaten and Wheaten Chaff Straw, Oats, Wheat, &c. Qaotations Givten. Contraots entered into. Alfred McDermott, Wholesale Pbodoce MeechaIjt, ANSON STREET, ORANQE. NOTICE. ALL persons' found trespassing in , the paddocks of the undersigned, upon any 'pretext whatever,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

lp|he Greatestregret is expressed on all sides that LOUIS RICH, of the ? Windsor Stores, Molong, did not put 4n an appearance long ago. It is , ' ^admitted that since he commenced business here he has made . ::-^liYlN6 FIFTY PER CENT. CHEAPER. Others haver been compelled to bring down thfeir i-rices, and in fact, in ^ instances, to ^'SeIju: Imbcr: Goods at a Loss in order to keep pace with him at all. LOUIS, £|CH does not sell at a loss. Why ? Because iie can buy from 25 to 50 per cent. CHEAPER than other 1 * ' ' 'Storekeepers in Molong. He buys where he likes, and is ndt tied to apy Sydney House. T v'^vr;^fY; . # 1 ' ' fr'MB ' IMPOSTS T,AT?/yHiT.-y-i , and always makes it his practice to give his customers ' 1 ' the benefit of his good purchases. His study is to sell at the smallest possible profit. t' LOUIS RICH v ; ? t Is not personally known to everybody in Molong, but RICH'S LOW PRICES are, and Rich is becoming a household word* in this town and district, and his trade is daily...

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Another Trouble for Sheep-owners. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Another Trouble tor Slieep-owners. A sheep owner near Narromine has --'M found another source of danger to sheep. He has been feeding a large | number for some months on improved chaff, amongst which was a quantity ^ '3 of fox-tail (barley grass). He has f;|l lately found tbat the seeds from this grass lodged in large quantities in the ^ interstices oeiween iqb snaps' teeth - q and round the gums, disabling the animals from eating, and he has lost ' -i* a gieat number from this cause. In \ many cases two or three ounces ot »' J seed have been extracted from oin H animal's mouth. ^ a bank clerk to' ^ ?the? j let out under th^Fi^tOffenders' JS! 1 Next day 4ioe samp. tiii^i^teVeBn- V/J| ten c-j^atto|ber1firist

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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Old Age Pensions. — o — A deputation asked the Colonial Treasurer this week to have the Old Age Pensions Act amended to prevent pensions being granted to persons unable to take care of themselves ; it was stated tbat at the present time tbe country ^hospitals were burdened with a number of old age pensioners who should rightly be in various benevolent institutions. The State Minister promised to bring the matter under the notice . of tbe Cabinet.

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The Kelly Gang Yarn. THE ALLEGED RESURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

The Kelly Gang Yarn; THE ALLEGED RESURRECTION.^ A startling story, told in the columns of the London ' Daily Expresp,'. revives memories of one of the ^rnost remarkable episodes in tbe history ' of Australia. According to tbe Pretoria correspondent of that journal, who is supposed to be a Sydney man with a vivid imagination, ' Australians will hfi flsfnnriripfl f,n Vmn.r fhat Finn ITaIIv ? ? ? ? ? 'wi»; and Steve Hart, who belonged to Ned Kelly's famous gang of bushrangers, and who were supposed to have been burned at the Glenrowan Hotel, Victoria, served under assumed names with the irregular troops in South Africa. There seems to bo little doubt,' adds the corespondent, ' about the accuracy of this story. Ned Kelly's gang, whicb consisted of him self, Dan Kelly, Steve Hart and a man named i3yrne, were supposed to have been annihilated at the Glenrowan Hotel, on June 28, 1880— that is to say, 22 years ago. Ned Kelly was captured alive after having been wounded no less than five tim...

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Boomey. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Boomey. (From a Correspondent.) Since my . last occasional notes we have had some glorious rains which have been most beneficial to' the grass and crops, and things in general. It rained steadily from Thursday, 28th ultimo, till Saturday afternoon, when it ceased for a while. 43ut about 12 on Saturday night down it came again in real earnest, .continuing till Sunday morning when it fined up again. In .11 1 Of ? Uli J.AO puiuw uavu ueou icgiotoiou. This, following the previous fall of 75 points, has thoroughly soaked tbe ground, and has given the young crops and grass a nice start ; tbe early-sown wheat paddocks are now quite green. As to Jibe grass, if the frosts only keep off we will have an abundance of feed before long. I think most of tbe stock will pull through now — dams have caught a fair supply of water. The losses in stock occasioned by tbe drought were severe out this way, Messrs. Horton and Dengate being perhaps tbe heaviest losers. Several farmers are still sowing wheat,...

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Corner Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

[?] That the, suEiraundiDg country is ? soaking. That pigfe'ifcm the Clarence last wee k sold upio £4 12s 6d. Thatthetfcialoftbe Kenniff brothers in Queensland has heen put off till November. That the^ murderer of Constable Guilfoyle does not lotfk like coming *1.1.;- it vt; ? . tv.tu *t ? l iruotu 'iiuwjr DUU0 rauuu* That a young lady reckons she travelled 105 miles on the 'light fantastic ' the other night. Hot 1 That Traoper E. V. Silk, of Molong M.B., was married at Forbes last week. Full report appears elsewhere. That 400 sheep sent to Sydney market by a Cooma pastoralist realised £600. J. E. CAMPBELL'S new ' Five Medal ' Tea. Is 6d par lb. Try it 1* Tbat Hamilton and Williams, of Cargo, recently sent away a parcel of stone and received the fair return of 8ozs 6dwts per ton. That at his own request the resig nation of Staff Sergeant - Major J. Wasson, Instructor Molong Mounted Rifles, has been accepted. That the, Major leaves the N.S.W., Regiment and goes to South Africa — be w...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

THE WEATHER. _bome more welcome and beneficial rain has fallen,: the best faU Ooourred on Saturday . night ? (49 ipoibl^ » b^gan on Thursday, and total fall since amounts to 104 points, t^tfa makiijg a total of 147 poinW month, as compared^with 4^ pointa during August last year.

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Amaroo. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Amaroo. [Fbom oub own Oorbespowdent.] PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. A short, time ago the Secretary of the Progress Association received the fol lowing letter, addressed to De. A. Boss, M.L.A. : ' Department of Lands, Sydney, August 7, 1902.— Sir, --Referring to your letter of the i2|:h March last, enclosing an application by the . Secretary, Amaroo Progress . Association, lor (be re-inarkihg of oOr tain roads, parish of Bojrw JN-»pg, CouUty of Ashburnham, Iain diiebted oy tne oecretary for Lands to ihfohn you that the matter has been fully in vestigated, involving local inspection and inquiry, with the result that it ha? been found the Departn^ni would not be warranted *|n taking : any further action therein. ~H. Cubby. Pr, Ross added' the following * — «- T sorry , the Department, has declined to grant a re-survey of the roads asked for.' . *

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Peak Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

Peak Hill. [FhOM OX3B OWN COBEESPONDENT.] The local School of 'Arts has been closed owing to insufficient support. Locally the mining industry is now practically at a.standstili, owing to the scarcity of water. The Municipal Council have decided to asMbe Department for a grant of £5j0p with which to improve the Peak ffiU roads. If* successful the work will, be carried out by day labor under their supervision. There are no patients at present in the local Hospital. The recent rains have replenished most of the tanks in the immediate vicinity of the town. In connection with the proposed weir in the Bogan Biver, near Peak Hill, a trial hole has been sunk in order to ascertain if the ground sur rounding the weir would hold water. It wflrS put down some 6 feet with most gratifying results. The following gentlemen have been gazetted Trustees of Peak Hill Race course '—Messrs. W. B. Wynne, T. Ring, Jacob Matthews,. M. Kennedy and H. N. Gibson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

But we sjMtli mot deviate from, the genuine thing for our Su^rise f reprise J Brand, ? ' , MABK^ S although the temptation to lower the quality is great. s Our Strength is as the Strength of Ten because onr Soap is PARE. Of course the price is higher than that of the diluted article, but it ig 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. r Proprietor. Breeder, Exhibitor, Importer and Exporter of all the principal varieties of VOWll and DUCKS, BETWEEN 20 AND 80 IN NUMBER. Prize Winner with mostly all the following Varieties at the Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Wellington and Forbes Shows. Light and kark Brahmas; Buff, Partridge, and White Cochins; kangshan; Dorking, / Brown and White Leghorns; Black Spanish; Andalusian ; Goldas and Silver Hamburgs ; Polish; Hotidan? - Bantaur, Game, any color; Bantam, rose comb; - Orpin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Argus — 5 September 1902

' We hops,' lately said a . leading article in a Western Am6ncan |)aper, apologetic ally, ' that our rxkdxrs wil pardon thx ap pxarancx of this wxxk's * Intadligxncxr,' and thx axxtningly mystxriouB absxocx of a cxrtain lxttxr. Shooting Sam Bibblxr camx into our officx yxstxrday, andsaid tbat as hx was going Bhootingand hadrio ammunition, bg woujd likx to borrow somx of our typx for shot. Bxforx wx could prxvxht it! jix had grabbxd- all thx lxttxrs out of tbx most important box and disappxarxd. Our i subscribxrs can hxlp in rxpl^isbingOur^^k'if all tbosx who wxrx shot b^ fiam will savx tbx chargx whxnitis pickxd opt of tbxm and yxturn it to Us. Nxvxr mipd if it is b&ttxrxd a little. J. E. (MIL'S The Beehive Store, I Bank Street, Molong, IS THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRICT WHEBEAT TO PUBCHASE Groceries, Fruit, and Confectionery. ? 386 ? Enamelware and Glassware. NOTE THE ADDBESS OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL BANK. WooL Produce. Grain. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE ACENCY CO., LTD.,...

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