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STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

. STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTO.NV The rate per truok (cattle or sheep) from Crookwell to Flemington is JM 5/8.•'

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LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

LATEST NEWS [by wire.] Sydney,^Monday. The Englishman are all out in theii'. first.-Anninga for.nr>_677-"' Brand 102, Hirst 0, Bosanquet 2, Lillev 4, Belf 31, Foster 287, Eho les, (not out) - 40. Ausjralia have no wickets down for 16 runs in their secprnd innings. / At. St. Mary?s Cathedral,: at 10.30, on Sunday morning, immediately, before High Mass his Eminence Cardinal Moran conferred honors upon about a dozen-leading members of_. the local Iiom:in Catholic commun ity., : Am onpv the •. recipients were hir William Manning, Mr. J. Tighe Ryan, Editor ,«£ tlie ' Catholic Press,' the Hon. John Meagher, M.L.C., Mr. E. B.^Freehlll, Alderman A. L. Mul:lens,; and M. T. Dalton. The election of a representa tive to the 'State Assembly to represent.. Armidale, 'has re sulted in' a victory for Ml*. Kearney the reform candidate. The polling,being:— Kearney.,.. '604 Wilson..; ............456. . Watson;... .......297. Ebr the Moree contest. Mr. Stirton, the reform candidate has been elected ...

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GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

GOULBUEN TO CEOOKWELL LINE., . - A train loaves Goulburn daily, Sundays and Wednesdays excepted; ftt' V.20 , a.m.; Roslyn, 8.55 r arrives Ci'ookwell 9.50. A. train loaves. Crookwell daily, Sundays and Wednesdays excepted, . at* ..3.10' p.-ui.1; Eoslyn, ii.55; arrives _(Soulbnrn 5.30. '■ Oil Wednesdays strains leave Goulburn' at ; 5.35 a.m.rand 3..20 p.m.: Roslyn; 6.4U a.m. and 4.45 p.m.; arrive at Croojf ' well 7.30 a.m. and 5.40p.m. v; On Wednesdays trains leave CrooVwell at 8.5 a.m.' and 6.20 p.m.; Bosl; a, 8 40 ia.m. and 6.50 p.m.; arrive Go.:lburn . 10.10 a.m. and 8.25 p.m. , :

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Mr. Barrett at Grabben Gullen. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Mr. Barrett at Grabben Gnllen. Mm Barbetx_ addressetl a lftipe meet-' lug at Grabben Gullen on -Saturday night. Mr. M. Purcell. o.cctipied'the chair. Mr. Bariett. accused Mr/Con roy of having uo pol'cy, and that free-, trade was impossible under. the Brad don clause, as they, had to collect over £9,000,000 of . revenue. ;Mr. Ruid -would tako a penny off. one article aud placo it" on' another. He /tbq-i speaker) wanted to know whether they nrriUH permit Mr. Reid to place i a duty on .ton and kerosene which the pooi'er classes used.- He - instanced where reapors and binders cost £55 during -the Reid -regime; but now, thanks to a 12 per cent, duty-the farmers cau-securo, .them for £35. Under Mi. Reid owoaont. coat: 12/6 a •cask, now, owing-to the duty,, it was only 9/- a cask. The Labour Party were responsible for.the old-age pen sions.: - Was it right to give: a judge a pension of £2800 a year for life and deny our : workers; a pepsion. He alfio accused Mr. Conroy of champion ing the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Learn the New Shorthand No matter where you live, WE WILL TEACH YOU r Shorthand. 1 21 lessons for 21/ ; postage extra. ' * " ~ Only three lessons to ^ write j notes ; 21 to completion. Our correspondence; system o£ Tuition has given'Results Unchallenged. " BE UP-TO-DATE! Study the .Simplest and Most Puactical System*1,1 1 > - WlilTE FOR PAKTICUJfABS, ,V' y"vv. CHAETjTON HfTBBLE, Ghbbg* Obambura, Moore-»i.? Sydney.

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Reduction of Members. STAND BY 125— THE PRESENT NUMBER. (To the Editor Argyle Liberal.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Reduction ot Members. STAND BY 126— THE PEB9BNT ■ .NUMBER. . ■' '' (lo the J2ditor Argyle Liberal.) S ib,—It must be very iimusing£ even to the nondescripts interested in Australia's *8t, fare, from the - boys on the. fence to the kookaburra on the gutntree, ';c note , the extremelyvvijtubus, not to;,stiy ,!contvadie- ; ory, attitude * of 'ioma Ms . 0. A.—chiefly representatives of Sydney-aide electorates —in their condemnation of: Sir John See's piopo'sal ^to,. be;:carried :, into: effect."next, Wednesday) to give ibe people; :per appli cation of thore.erenduin, an opportunity of stat-'ng their opinion, 'en ntasse, whether they favour, or oppose, a reduction in the membership of the N.S: W. Assembly The llomlastes Furiosi of the Opposition, from Mr. Garland, and- Mr. Rose, down-.tb the ." cheiip Jack politicians: (such asXayy, . Haynes, Jessop, &c.yof the " Holy ". Syd ney crowd—that jP'irticulnr brand of inetro politan-brod politician—the chief tenet of r whose parliamenta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

DENTISTRY. MR. CHARIEST H. GOLBY, Dental Surgdon, Goulburn-street, Crook well, opposils E S and A. Bihk. Painless Extractions & Fillings* Visits Taralga first Monday in each' month—Next visit, Deo. 7th. . Binda, Thursday, Dec. 10, 9 till 11 a.m. • piggn, Thursday afternoon, 3 p.m. till Pritlay, Deo. 11 at nooh. ■ .Tnenn, .Saturday,'Dec. 12, all day . Peel wood. Sunday, Deo.-13, till noon. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. •jyjR. H. BLACKAD1>EB ' D6NTI8T, CBOOKWELL, VISITS TARALGA third SUNDAY 'and MONDAY'in EACH MONTH, and may bo consulted at MOONEY'S A BOYLE •. '.v'.--' ' Date of Nextf.Yiait: 4th DECEMBER Special Visit. ;; Vernal Monthly . Visit—20th. and- 21st DECEMBER. . ■ NITllOtrS OXIDE OAS ADMINIS ■ TEEED. ' •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

OUR POLICY THE AEGYiLE LIBERAL' is not owned, subsidised, coutrollf>d; or run atvthe dictation or : suflntace oL'jay clique 'or; party, 1>*t m *'free utd independent journal m; the interests of producers. It» columns are open for the free discus* ■ sion oT aII public matt«ra, whila all are invited to contribute - items of interest - touctine paatoral; »griculturft.l( mining,, and 'social matters.1 Thin journal will ha ontj^ofcen.eopm'atent, impartial, nod repreaeptative. and ; on -this' policy -we will- rely lor its buccqhb and , advance ment. ■ . ■ ' ■ .■ ., .1.'. . . - TO 15U-STNESS. MEN IF yon aro in.DUamosa, y/ju- must adver tise. . Competition is . too -.keon^flpw-a days for any businossto jog alongjn tlio -old-fashioned manner. Business .men. must proclaim to , the -public: All about' their "wares, and .those who -.do' this*-most - persistently are -invariably those who./ succeed. ' , <-'/ J . 'Put nn advertisement- in tlie AEOTL* >. Xiberai,, and you ara' ...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

POSTAL NOT US. The public are; afforded the opportunity of • transmitting small sums ofmoney through the Post within tho State, and to Queensland, Victoria, South.Australia, Tas mania, by meanB of Postal Notes. Postal Notes o£ the following value rnnv bo obtained at any. Money Order Office in the. State on payment of the poundage ■ specified in connection herewith— Value. Poundage. Value. Poundage, s. d. d s. d. d. 10 . .} . "" 4 Hi , I l' C J 5 0 li' " 2 0 1 .. ' 7 (i ' 2 , • 2 (! . 1 10 0 3 . 3'.o , i io (j a 3 6 1 ID 0 8 '1- 0 I 20 0 tf \- Persona r.uy iivmi odd pence up to 3d byTaflixing nuolilitbrnted postago stamps to the; face of the Postal Notes, and .the valno-ot the stamps affixod thereto will bo p:tii!. on-presontation. A Postal Note may be crossed, and tho Pustiuastor shall refuse to pay it except to a banker, .. ■ /Additional poundage, e'qual to the. orig ins! iioniidaso, will bochavgedonall Postal Notes over six months old, and tho sama amount .'for every further perio...

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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Postal and Railway-- Information. . /Mails Close at; paocnrwell— ■ 1; oulburn, vi&Laggan and Woodliousa-" 'a,at 4 p.mi on Monday,-Wednesday; Y - id Friday;- and by direct route at, ^ . 45 on-Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat* - V rduy. 1 For i>mda, -,T;u.Qsdij.y, JCliursday, and iSat . nraay, a't-10;45. . " . * For Pejar and Kialla,' Tuesday,"Thursday,'; and Saturday, at.ll.45.iun. " - For Glengarry, Saturday; at "10.30 a.m. ; For Wheeo, Tuesdays and-' Saturday, 1.45 p.m. ■ _ ■" , ' i '■;> ..■■■:■ V; ; ■ Mails- arrive at Chookwelii •From : Go.ulburn, ^yia paggan and Woqd houselee, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat* urday, ac 9.45 a.m.; and by diroct ■ route on Monday, • Wednesday, and , Friday, at 9 a.m. From Binda, Monday, Wednesday, and . Friday, at 3 p.m. From Pejar and Kialla,".Tuesday, Thursday, " and Saturday, at 11 a.m. " : From Glengarry, Friday, at 3.30. • From Wheeo, Tuesday and Saturday, :1 J: p.m. . - -v

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Campaign Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Campaign Notes. Remember t'<at Mr. Locke has'only token a statutory declaration to the effect t ha; he has iu his possession' a statement sipntd by twelve gen tic men. Renumber r.hey do not make declaration. ■' #■ All who believe in democratic and proy ressive legislation sjui.iiid. support Mr. Barre t.. A.ls>> bear in mind tliht Freetrader impossible, as~Ui? revenue of £9,000,000 has. .to be collected. thnugh the customs. ' *#* ■ Don't forgot that, the Federal Labour Party w^re responsible for a reduction of the t iriff by If millions. , V* Don't -bp soared by the absurd state ments made ab>ut the caucus. A1 parties hold a, caucus, or other wise blindly follovy their leader. Mr. Con- ' roy, by all accounts, has no objection to-igning a pledge. '* * . . ' * . " #. Remember Mr. Barrett stands for fiscal pi-ace and preferential ' trade with ■ thii m'othei laud, and -will thus give encouragement, to'oi£r uat.ive>%-, dustrips, thereby proyiding employ ment for our...

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An Open Setter to the Electors of Werriwa. Per Favour of the Argyle Liberal. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Ait Open Setter to tlie .Electors ot Werriwn. j E^r FftVourrlof tlie Argyle\Lil/eral. . | ;..." Ta-morrOT^^'^ednescIa^)/ it'.devolves upon ua to -Select' a representative.'for Wertiwtt; in the Federal House- of Repre sentatives. We are called upon through the. ballot ,/box to decide either for a freet'rade or Ijilboijr-Ministeriar candidate. To cuoose—n» it were—between Mr. 'A. H. :Conr6y's,policy,ef .free'irade, which, barely: 'exists evea'^ia nairie throughout - the civilised world, and Mr. A.. C. Barrett's policy of priil^ression • liud democracy.. As • to 'the relative-^merits. of the candidates there- 19 Very little'- left tb-; say,,; bat .what is already known; Mr. Barrett (as he himself has said) ha3 grown up in the - district?,-and—again quoting ' -his own words—"hTs'jilife. ~i« : an '• open book." Throughout his' active citizenship (diirina "which he held" with- oredit the highest position the itaunioipality to-' which- he belongs could c'onfer upon a fe'.low citizen) hia s...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

CYCLING. Crook well Cycle Club, Annual Sports Meeting, January 1, 1904.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Auction Sales, ^ Mb. ,HV L. Alford reports -hayiug hold ft very successful stock sale afc Crook well on Friday last. There was a good attendance, and a large yarding of stock, comprising 3100 sheep and 250 cattle,, which'Were all cleared at very satisfactory figures. Cows made to £5 12/6, bn.locks to £6 5/, and steers to£<1 10/r Sheep: Wethers brought from 10/9n> 12/6-, and ewes made to ig/.- • • : : ' -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

THE . RAPIDLY-INCREASING DE MAND JPOR, OUE federal & Clialletrge Famous Suits for Xuras Boxj- at • and 55s. /"VETR introduction of this branch ^ has secured a world-wide -reputation for the production of a' superior class of • Gm-ments to measure, and' style,-materials^'and* wbrft'manship. We anticipate a heavy demand- for' the Xmas trade. Place- your orders now. MEN'S BOOTS. Our aim istfcuality and perfect fitting. Gent.'s Tan Bals.; 6/11, 8/11, 9/11,12/6 . Gent.'s Tan GHacie, lace or button, 10/6 Gent.'s Box Calf, 10; 6 Gent's Glacia Kid,.7/11, 9/6, 11/6, 13/6 •WVaiso stock full range,mthu celebrated American makes, such as Keith's?- Snow's, Liilybrackets, from 14/11 to 25/. ■ - A. geod'line'bf Bluchers, in nail or sprigs^ " at 2/11 .= . . . . . Gillespie's and American's, at 7]S Boy's School'Boots, 8/11, 4/11. 5/11, 7/(5. Latest Novelties m Ties, Hats, Shirta,-.&c.,v Ac., for Xmas.'- ,, ■ CIlAftLES „ - W A U G H, .. Clothier, Hatter, Mercer, and Juvenile V; .. Out...

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Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Jottings. (By" Siariiglit.") ^ | Splendid weather. for harvdsting A'tecoid jield «hoald i be ^ the rwul^ this season. The wool clip in thi* district ia an exceptional I j heavy one, and numerous waggons laden with wool are 'arriving at the local railway station- daily. The Xmas." festival is drawing close upon us, as is evidenced by the grand display of bards in- the- looal shop's. The great battle for Werriwi, de cided to-morrow, is causiag a good deal of interest locally. : The other night " Starlight" wit nessed about ten protectionists; on to one poor unfortunate freetrader, "and a t one time - < hings looked blue i for t he " littirt chap," bnt the storm cleared oS and the argument eventually wound up with n " sprat" in and the winner '* shouted." • Judging by the number eagerly waiting for. thr- result of Saturday's, play, in the Test Match at this office on; Saturday eveni.g, there are t some en? thusiaats pf this' gamei here. • j 2-f The writer, knowsj'of ia' few....

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Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Sydney Commercial Messrs. Ellis & Oo. report :— v Pigs.—650 yatded this weak. Bao oners Bold slowly at last week's moderate rates. Porkers sold reiidily at gi-od p>ices, showing an advance of fully. 4s per head on recent values. Backfat'ors in steady; request at fair prices. Stores sold do.ll at moderate rates. Prime porker. 601b, worth 30s; prime oaconer 1201b worth 45s; back— fatters to £5, stores^ 7s to' 20s each. Cilves.—250 penned Liiiht and medium quality, sorts sold dull at moderate rates. Prime quality kinds, also heavy descriptions,.met with brisk competition at: high figures. Milch' cows in full supply find steady sale at £5 to £12 15s, choice to £14.' fat co ws £5 5a to £8 5s. .Poultry—A'big: sup ply forward. Turkeys were in brisk demand at high prices. Fowls, ducks aud geese were lower. Small and faulty kinds .were difEcult-to.sell at . a' big reduction." Fowls, young roosters 3s 6d to 5s 6d, choice np to 6s, sm>ill kinds from 2s upwards, old hens 3s 6d to ...

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Gullen School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

Gulleu School Concert; rtPiTE annual concert by the pupils of the Gullen Public School retook plnoe in the Q-abben Gullen Hall on Friday night, and was fairly well .attended, notwithstanding the inclemency of the . ••gieatbeiv; • The performance opened with a -child's drama, "the Fairy 0«ke," in • v whichthe children . fairly excelled;. The hoop drill by the girls was marked by precision and grace of ^movement. The song,4 The dear little Shamrock,' rendered by Miss H. Tully.(the chorus iping taken up by. the girls) well merited the encore dcpaaudjed; .The song,' " Laughing Curiosities," 'by . MnBterFied.Middlefcon, fairly brought down the-bouse. The performance Mucliuia) with 'the school operetta JL^j&ylaVd," which wsb performed in •away creditable to pupils add teach vers.\ /5'i'1 lie i: perf<>r manco, throughout was a great success, and passed off without » hitch of aiiy kiud v occurring^ due, no doubt, to the careful and - efficient aupervision of th6 teache...

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The Arggle Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began. The foe of [?]yrants and the friend of man. TUESDAY DECEMBER 15, 1903. The Eve of the Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

ted, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, eeerjovely since, the world began. The Joe of t'l/raii'fs and the friend qf man. .•. TUESDAY DECEMBER 15, 1903.:' The Eve of the Battle. "VJTe wish to" drp w attention to the fact, that Mr. A. C. Barrett, Labour Protectionist "candidate, = will: address, the electors at Laggan this evening at. fire o'clwk, and from the balcony of. the old Sehbot of Arts, next Criterion Hotel", Crook well, at 7 o'clock the same evening.As we.hre on the eve of the battle it behoves all protectionists and democrats to . roll up to a man- and fight for their principles. • Mr. Barrett .-will receive splendid support in Gou! burn and the Bmrowa electorates, therefore if the labour-protectionists remain loyal and figiit for. their rights Mr. Conroy will:be doomed politically, if hose '.v ho are dissatisfied with the . Selection difficulty should ' Rink: atiy differences that may; have existed and '•Hbyally support Mr, Barrett, j: Be-loyal to j^our. p...

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Dog Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903

"j L ' -Dog Poisoning. Theqog-poisonmg £endisstillon the war.pa$. Mr. A. E. Hunt bad the misfortune to lose two valuable dogs last night. It is a great wonder the authorities do uot watch incessantly in binder to catch tjiia contemptible ,cur (we canuot eallhima man), and make an example of him. -Several who have lostvalaable dogs aver .that the dogs are Bnperior animals to; the poisoner. ItjB a great pity :tbat this orawling, eontemptiblo repcile does not make a mistake and gefc a d0B0 0f his .own physio. 1'

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