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GURRUNDAH NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
GXJRRUNDAH' NEWS. ~(From~ out'- Correspondent.J On Friday evening/last a •sociaVnnder the auspices of the Ga-rrundah Grickes Club . was: hold at the Gurrundah butter factory^ and was-bi ought to a very-successful:issue.v About thirty • couples wtro present. Excellent music was supplied by-Messrs; Mct.'abe aud Downey (violins) and deckhouse and Parnell (accordeon). Mr. R. Heafcon, on behalf of the club, thanked- all present Jov their-kind patronage.. -The club funds were \augirien ted by j67," and as these.ave nojv'^ii a^ very. firib Btantial c6ndifcion,"it is the intention of the members to .put downa concrete .wicket. • ' ■ ' , I The football -season was- brought to a close-onTiinrsday night. The bal ance-sheet,v " which •was - read and adopted; Bhows a credit'balanse. The qlubv'had = a- very;" successful. reason, and- were successful -in winning, -the G. Di -R. F; Union competition. They went through the-season with an ^un beaten record, which classes-thenr the best country team i...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
; . SYDNEY MARKETS.; MissKi. Ellis & Co.- reportSale of butter dull ,'; b&lt;ist lOd'j others from Cfd.v Prime bacon in • brisk demand ; 'prime to-choice .;8f3' .to3 &fd, fair to good 6d to-Sd. Cheese-plentiful $ best ,7d'to'7^d; choice' brands'- to-. 8&lt;1, new from'^5d^ei1 lb., selling:slfiwly^ Lard plentiful and dull of aalcs at 4d to 5|d per lb, :Carcase pork^5d to 7d, veal 2d to 4d, prices depending-Trpon.weight andvquality. The weather is; tob hot; for 'Carcnee porR and veal". Wo would advise:ptir clients to send their pigs and calve's alive to catcl: our sales on Tuesdays., and Wednesdays.- Ohaff plentiful aind dull of tale. . Ruling .values—£3,.to £4 15s per ton, .price, depending 'aipon -color and quality." Straw bliflff, wheaten-^or oaten, £2 10b .to £2.178 Gd-per ton ; dull sale, and .plentiful.; . Oaten hay; choice rack, realist's up to :£5:6s ; . faulty kinds are dnll of Brile, prices varying from £2 10s' per ■ toni:- -Straw in-fnH suppl...
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
GOTTLBXJEN PitXCES CURRENT: | Wheat, 6a per bushel jFlour, J312 5s to X12 15s •• Bran, 9jd to 10id bushel, , Mais?, 3/9 bushel;: ;. ■: / 13arlejf .(for^feea'mg piwposes), 4s to 4/8-" Onts—feed 3/3 to 3/0, seed 3/3 to 3/6 - ; Hay, i54 10a:to X5 6a toa Straw, £H to £Z 10s ton Chaff, JE4 to £5 ton (inclusive of bags) Oniras, (is per cwt. - Butter—factory 10d, dairy 7d .lasd, 8d' to 9xHb Eggs, -Sd dozen. Potatoes, J!3 5s tojB3 10b ton; Brownells' (seed) £4 10s Cattle—Bullocks .£4 5s to JB12 10s '; cows J!3 5s to £9, heiiors; £3 to .£4 10s, springers £5 103 to _ .£9, steers .£3 10s to £5 Sheep—^Wethora 13s to -20s j ewea 11/6 to 20a Pigs—Fat to ■ X3 ; porters 30s to 35s; storea 15s!to 25s j- slips 12s: to 15s; ' suckers 9i to lls.Gd Benf.(retail) 4Jdto6dlb Mutton Vi : 3fd-to 5d. HideB;.3}d to 4'd'per ib Tallow'; J218 to^,£22.per ton" ;Wattle b'ark/ to^4, hiokorjr to 30b ton Poultry—Fowls Sa to Ga pair ; turkeys—■ gobblers :8s to;l5s,' hens .6/6 to 93'; ducks 2/6,to,6/^'j geese, 5s toG/6s...
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
CO MMER OIAI7., CEOOKWELL rPRiGES . CURRENT. (That ir-~jbetwe*>v: fJtc- ^prodiKen- aiicl ■ Jlrsl purchaser.J.&lt;■ - "W.heafc, .4/9-per bushel' Outs, 3a to.Us3d biwhelJ Maize, 4b to 4s Sd pnsbol;' Flour, X12 5a to Brail, lOd.to Is pgr bushel Pollard. lld.to l* Id p&lt;}E:bushel Oil Cake, 8s'per uwfc- v ~ Chaff .(oaton) >88 lC3to 'j84v5g per ton ^Potatoes—Browuell aeed, .£4 103 ton.; . -Circular-Heads) (eatiuf.) J23 10a ,0»ioB^6d ppi\cwi.--.. ' Eggs, 7d pe-.doze'n . .JButter (factory^, 9jd, dairy 7d". Bacon, 8d ; hams, 8d- ' • ^ Beeswax, ,8d .to lOd lb • Horsehair,- lOdto la 2ddbJ lard, Cd to 7d lb Sheepskins, • Bd to 6d ,}b-'i • " - Hides, 2id to 3d4 lb Poultrjr—Fowls, 2/Gto 3/G pair; ducks, . • 2/0 to -3IS pair ; geese, 6/- to 6/ j Turkeys—hens,. 5s ■ to ' 63j gobblers lOs. fcojl^s pair.; * ~
Fun & Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
Fun cfcFanoy Tracher—Vffho bnilt the Suez Canal P Small Boy—Nobody, sir. Hit woz not built. It wws diyp •J ©D6 man ' always admires another who Bays the right thing in the right place—especially when he is.thixstgG "'.Official atitho -turnstile (to .rat; old ! lady)—Snre, it iz no use, mum.;vye l will have to come; in by- the way out. ; i Jones—Is- that- my umbrella- you -have ?. * v.'.. ■ . . . * .■ ■■ A Brown —Most' lively; T have Just ;bought it in a pawnshop. V Visitor—Gerald, do you- even ^get ftny good marks'at school -•! f'l Gerald—ICea, butflr do not' caro to 5«j(how them; ^ ■ \ ^ Judge—What proof have wo that '.this man is absent-minted:?; -s-j Attorney —Why, he actually stopped'1 ^aotor car at a horse trough;: 'iNe!!—Lovo does -not seem to .agree:; With Maud.- She is thinner by twenty ^pounds than-she used to bo. .Belle—She lufs loved and , lost, feh ? Sunday school Tenchor (telling, of tlie,Deluge)—And then if rained for forty-'Says and: forty nights. Johnny—Were the farm...
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
I EAILWA.T;P^CEWJRA-TES. ; • :The following ia the scale.of .cli^rga^^or the carriage of parcels on the Government; railways:— Stamfsd Pa.bcct.3 (Prepaid) Batib. Up to 40 miles—31b. and under, 3£;;31b. to • - 71b., 3d; 71b. to 14lb., C4i'lrttt*' to 281b,, 9d; 281b, t&lt;> 561b '^/-S^SOlb. to - 841b.,'176; every'^diuonar'i41bsiv:.or ■, piift thereotySj. n r :Fof'61 to' 150 i&lo8r-81b. and under* 0di :. 31b. to 71b,, 8d;' 71b.,to 14lb., 1/; .141b. „to 281b., 1/6 ; 281b. to 561b„ 2/6 ; 361&. to 841b,, 3/6; ovary' additional lllb. : ' or prrt thereof, 9d. ■■ ■. .■■■ .■ ■ For 151 to 209 luiloi—3lb. and under, 1/-; - 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. to 141b„ 1/9; 14ib. to 281b.; 2/9; 281b, to 561b., 4/; - ' 661t. to. 841b.. 5/3 ; every additional ' v 141b. or part thereof. 1/. > • - 'Over 800 niiloa—31b, and und«5,.,i/G: 8lb. to 71b., 2/; 71bvto> l-tlb.,^/6"; l£T6t to - 281b„>/; 281b. to 66.1b., 6/; 661b. to ;.^41K, 8/; > every additioqal 141b. or part: :&...
An Enterprising Townsman. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
Aii Enterprising Townsman. We notice that" Mr. ¥. 'StophonBon- of this town is - again building a largo nud commodious 8fcor6..'-Mr. Stegbon-■ -son 18' to be commen&lt;jle&-for cbiB. enter prise, and it is a great pity that more 'of the land owneia would /not emnlft e that gentleman in -thus utilising!! and enhancing the value of their properties I and thereby advanoifig the prosperity I of $be town, ,
IMPORTANT RINGBARKING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
IMPORTANT BINGBARKIN.G 1 CASE, Wagca, t'huraday^Tlie Land Board to-day decidedan important ringbark* ing'onse. Ap anniiil leMoe holding a travelling Stockfre&brve and:, piq>t of Wallaoe-town Tillage reserve : applied fora ringbarkingpdrmit, ^andforth wifch ring-barked every green - tree, professing lo believe.that; permisaioB would follow as amatterofcourae,. The Board has dobt refused >tha per mit, and has recommended- that the [eageebeproceeded-againetvunder aeotion.93 of tbe Luqd A;ot of 1884,
Pith of Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
Ktlf of: Politics. ! Mr. O'SifLLiYAN'intends-to bring in- a •bill to'amcnd the libel lawr Mr. Lonsdale will contest the New England eleetioniu opposition to Mr. Sawers. ; -c The Minister for Defoiice, -who re presents the electorate in which Bom bala is situated, is confident that that place is still well in the running fot the Federal capital. 1 Senator Higgs on Thursday iutio i duoed a bill providing -that tho Fed eral territory containing the Federal capital shall not be less than i000 square miles,: and .stipulating that compensatioavfor resumed land shall «be: &lt;based^u'pdn'&lt;yalueff at. the time of i the;, establishment- V of the - Common wealth. The exhaustive vgfe in the House i of Representatives for the selection of the Federal capital site resulted in favour of Tumut.;v The' fifth- balldt. gaveLyndhnrfit 24--'votes, Tnmut 21, and.Bombaln 16i'r The fin&lMllot was; Tunmt ^3C, Lyridlmrst 25. * - At a joint sitting of the New South Wales Legislativ...
Flotsam and Jetsam. (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
J - N Flotsamand Jetsam. (Cm BBF.D, COLr,Ep, .AND C'ONTKIBCTEt).) The L>ake of Westminster's income amountpto about £ljO a miuutc, wak ings or sleeping. - At'ifolboutne HospitaV recently, Dr.- Ghiirle's Kjftn grafted soma;-kid's skin on-: to the . head of- May • Jones — I -scalped by a mnchino belt. '.She now-j grows mohair on top. v -I- -1. # #' .. : - * For New Soutli Wales the rearing Senators: are - B. E- O'Connor, -Neild, and Palsford; for Victoria,XBeetj.: Styles, Barrett ■ and Reid^the-'.latter was Only,»a stop gapxiintil a general; election arrived-; ior?Q^ensland,vFerJ> gnson, Stuart,:nnd.Glassey ; for Soutli,; Australia, Charleston,. Downers and; McGregor; for. West? Australia; Dei Largie,-. Harney and Saunders; - for Tasmania, Cameron, Dobson, and Mc Farlaue. " , -. . *** Ani old jiarty-:-was" elected a few years-.ago in New Soi'th - Wales, and i the boys rolled up afterwards. - -As-he i was pretty ,well4o-do,-.he -^helled . oat freely,:but1: it the.end-of ninev mou...
A Successful Canvasser. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
A" Successful Canvasser- -. I Wb ha,ve been shown a letter deceived: i by Mr. W.~ Willis.. of this town, ac knowledging the 'receipt of £20.2/, collected: by. that -Mntlpmaij for the Ni S. W. Institution-fax- the .Deaf, Dumb and Blind. ~The:i16tter states that the above snm has never "been ex ceeded in-the coun try 'districts of New I South Wales.- ' Mr- Willis1 isu to 'be | co'mmonded for the energy he dis played for so deserving a cause. :- v &lt;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
*T*0 Stand the Seaacgi &lt;at.EMB]3BT0N * PARK. GOLSPIE, the Trotting Stallion Malvolio. . :M&LVOUO is-a ritjhi,bay,-with black points,1 stands 161 hands -high, han plenty of bona and muscle, and is a weight-carrier, with perfect action.-in. either, saddle or harnoss. He has a> .splendid temper, jipd cannot be put out of place. ■. MALVOLIO'S aire is tho famous hunter • Young Highfler.'. aad' is grandson ;to the imported-hunter, Old Highflier. Hisdajn la the funloift coaching and tiotting mpte Sal, by the eelebrated hunting aire Dqjr Juan by New .Warner (imp.). MALVOLIO ws,s nover -oxhibitepl in■ SliOTV-rijig, bptiJias frequently cleared froui •Sit 6vni- to- 5ft.. 10in.y and la a perfect hack. His progeny already testify to his ■ adapt-.: ability forproducing weight-carryii^g hunters or carriage hories. 'TERMS. 30/- CASH. _A. SOUTHWELL,'Proprietor. James Turner, GOULBURN - MABBLE - WOBK8, VEENER STREET. HfOKUUBOTAL WOBK AT LOWEST :B»ICES for FIBST-CLASS JWOBK MANSH...
MME. HUMBERT'S DRESS BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
MME. HUMBERT'S DRESS BjELS. During tlie Humbert trial, tho Advo cate-General said Mme. Humbert, in 1889,' spent £1280' on dress "with Worth and £3780 with Doucct, mak ing £5060 in all. In 190J Madame became suddenly 'economical, and only spent -^200.0-i'afc --both places. Whoa the Advocate spoke of hats, the ladies in court, •craned t^ieir necks. -4From 1897 to 1902 Mnie Humbert spent £800 on hats., She has. the distinc tion of purchasing the dearest hat ever made,in JParis; it cost £36
A LADY IN SEARCH OF SMOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903
LAJ>Y* IN SEARCH OF' ' SMOKES. '&lt; 'Twas: just a few days before lxis ibirfch. day. ' She. walked into , the smokers* emporium with liervoiiB^d^ffldenoe. - Cl', 'W(inld' like -..to. get ra skein qf f 1 ou mean a\box, madam, 1 sap pose ?' ■:? Yesj if that is how^you sell them.' 'Do you wish anything special ?' . ' No, nothing hpeeial; but they'ja for smoking, you:know.' \Thosalesman smiled. ' Do you desire a strong or mild cigar ?'" /' Very strong ; 1 want, them to last. The box I bought a ,year ago ^com menced to fall '&part.after.my haaband had them about ^ine months.. I.think they were too weak.' I - The young man ""took a few. borea from the case and -prized tbem Open for the woman's inspection. 'Are these the only' shadea you have? I would like something lighter to match our wall-paper.' . The salesman picked out -bo*-after box-until tlie counter, looked ' like an Egyptian pyramid. - At last she- se« dieted a box, saying— ' These won't fade, will they ?' . A...