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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

The Christmas Season!! NEW FRUITS. NEW FRUITS Has~pleasure in: announcing that his stock r>£ EW EIUTITS for the1 CHRISTMAS TRADE ' HAS ARRIVED,'and comprises some of- tbe BEST ERUIT. it has ever been his pleasure to handler; Currants, Raisins/ Sul tanas and Dates being exceptionally good. The Xmas Trade is likely to be on a better basis than foryears-past, and a big turnover .is expected. J. KEITH, Having a Big % Stock of Seasonable Goods on Hand IS PREPARED TO COPE "WITH THE TRADE, and it is a WELL-KNOWN FACT that - ~ - For Quality & Price J.IL takes the Cake, 'Speaking' of Cakes : Have you ordered your ~ CHRISTMAS CAKE ?„ | It is always advisable to ORDER 15ABLY. ARNOTT'S ARE THE BEST. I - . .. J. K. STOCKS THEM. !. PLUM PUDDINGS- —Swallow and Ariiill's are the beat. J-.K. stocks thorn. A Word About; Crockery : J. K*' stocks the " LITCHFIELD " PATTERN (Coffeo Brown). This Line is so wim" known that it-negds no comment. suffice it to say ihat tho stock-of this pat tern: ...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wheat. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

Wheat. London, tuesday. ■ . >.The .wheat; afloat for the' United Kingdom is A,775,000 - a ■quarters, and for the Contineiit 1,110,000 quarters. - ' ^ _ Tlie Atlantic shipments are ; 222,000 quarters and the Pacific , 18,000 quarters.'

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brisk Fight. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

Brisk Fight. London, (Tuesday. The establishment of Per sian Customs in the • Russo Persian frontier led to serious• conflict with the Turkomans.; In the fighting a Persian csftieer and .0 • Co9sack were killed - • Upon the Governor of As trabad, a province" of northern Persia, locking liis appearance iipon the. scene, accompanied.; by a large body of troops,' . the Turkoman Khans / offered 100,000 tumans - (about £45, 000) as compensation. The. Governor ho.wevex asked for morej-and his demand not being satisfied hostilities were resumed. - - The fighting that ensued was of a ver5r^Bfrsfefeharacterjr;.aKd, j both : sides sustained '"Hfeavy losses. ...T_he..fingagement. resulted in;a defeat of thePerskn iroops who thereupon- retired to isls trahad. '

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

CABLES. •.large qnantil.ieB o£-' ai'iris'-v.fnta' .the Gaucascusi and'are • storing them in .little-frequented local ities. The central revolutionary, oornmitree. has sentenced thirty - -Russian ■ adminis trat'ors • .■, to death. General Pelhoejs organising a military occupat ion prior to completing the confiscation of Armenian church- property. - The dismissal is notified of .300 men from the Swansea hematite works. , . Mrs. Holley benefits to, the extent of £93,500 from an in surance, policy on the life -of Mr. Drucker, a former member of the House of Commonsj who died in New York, An in quest is proceeding, vas it is suspected that " violence swaa used by the. hospital attend* ants; Th e - cotton gamble in America has .affected^ Lanca shire to the extent of a penny per lb. The Bakers' Union at Seine has ordered a strike at the .end of December , as a prelude to a general strike. Two attempts have , been made to destroy with dynamite unfinished i?uildfrig^ ew York. The attempts, w...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Japanese Uneasiness. LONDON, Dec. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

Japanese ..Uneasineacu • London, Dec. 15. Much uneasiness is felt at Tokio owing to there being an impression that there is a wide difference between tli« Russian • reply to the Japanese-proposal* and the pacific assurances which ^ fire current' at St-., l?etersburg; f . O ne hundred and fifty J^pan ese living in England r are - .re turning to Japan immediately. ■

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] Federal Elections. SYDNEY, Thursday, 9 a. m. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

latest/ news. [bt' wire,] 'Federal Elections* Sydney, Thursday, 9 a. ■ Only a lithe af tlie.returufjflra yet. in. - Tho following nre practically elected: —Harrier,....Thomas,. Bland, Watson, Dalley, Wilks:;: East - Sydney,.- Reid, Guydor, WebsterTlio Hume, Lyne, Hunter, Liddell, Laiis, Johnson; Mnc quarne, Smith ; Newcastle, Watkiu8; Parltes, bruce Smith,; Parratuntta, Cook ; • iliobmonrl, Ewmg :South Sydney, Kdwards.; Wentworth, Kolly j W«.t Sjdnpy, Haghp». ': The following uro leadiug well : Cow per, life ; Darling, Spenoe ; Now, England.-Sawyei'3:; iliveiina,, Black wood ; Robui-taoiij Willis ,;■ Wernwa, Oonroy i The Senate. Pnlsford, 07,029 ; Neild, 60,600 ; Gray, 64,900-, Giiffith.. 38,520 The others at-e^no where.-- . Victoria the Miniate* ialists have swep^ tlnvpo.'ls.: In Tasmania und Queonsland.- the Ministerialists auc Labour members '"are"frs&aheod, while South Australia appears to be equally .. The present state of the parlies, ""as : fur as can-be ascertained-i...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kissed hands with the King. LONDON, Dec. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

Kissed hands with the King. -London, Dec. 15. LoBuNorthcote,theGovemor GeneralDesignate of Australia; was received-by-the -King; -At" Buckingham Palace on Monday, pnd kissed hands on tKe 1 occa-. sion of his departure' for Aus tralia. " , „ Lord ' Northcote has ap. pointed "Mr. Jj\ JEL Sulkely ^Johnson his private secretary in succession to the late Cap tain Arih nr.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

Obituary. .Mr. and Mrs. H. Willie, o£ this town,' have had the sud- misfortune to lose; their sou.Berlie, aged l^ yearp, who died yesterday moriiing.'at;10 ;«'c!ock, the cause of death :being pneumonia;

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Test Match. SYDNEY, Thursday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

The Test Matcli. iSydket, Thursday, 2 p.m. The above was concluded at aoou, when 5 wickets wevo down fov 194, Haywaid, 9L, Hirst, not our, 60, sun dries G.; England .-therefore won the ■»—- bv.-live svickots. • -• 7 45 p.m. The caltlo market was 1 OiTlower to day. Best beef 24s .per lOOlbs; bul locks &1 15s to £10 L4f ; .cows £5 to £8. Sheep were down Gd. Wethers from Ms 6d to.19a Id , ewes,- 13s-to 16s. ■ ; • . . .. !■. • ■■ The latest election returns from Queensland show/ 'Labour candidates won every seat ; also winning all along the'liuo iii Snir h Australia and- West Australia. This Labour Pa~ty wmII .practically dominate the Government in tlie new Parliament.. : i'ho delay which lias takeu place in regard to tlie arrival of returns is considered simply disgraceful. At the present-rate of • coming in the complete'nuroberB will uotbe ?k-n<)Wiii -loa^a- week or so. • In several city and subnrbun electors lea' hot a fifUi-of tlie votes have yet -b -en counted, w...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Gruesome Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

A Gruesome Discovery. On Tuesday afternoon Mr Albert :W rAspinal-was found lyiug :dend . outside I his reBideooe tit-Thompson Point., near ■ I Edeur - It appears ,that Rbi)ut 2 o'clock Mr. Jnmos Moi'gan ,bulled to: See Sir; ARpinaljwhoforsomotimblmdboen in n preca'iious state of health. Mr. Morgoa Baw;ilie body-lying apparently ylifoif88vQnitheigroun|l,'.- and at. ouce sought Coustable Walz'. - On retail ing with him the gruesome <liecovery ■wastnade tuatthe body waa headlcsa, tho head having beou'blown1 :to:atoma,. ovideutly by some pqworful explosive. A report rosemfcJing tho. explosion . of dynamito was: heard in - the : locality abou t Hii hour previously. . No firearm ;or explosive \vas:.found at 01 near the scene of the ■ oceurronco;, .Deco '.sed was formorly a' woli-to-do contractor ior Government'works. -. .

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Found Dead in his Hut. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 18 December 1903

Found Dead in ' his Hut.v An inquiry was hold -:at. Bni'raga on Mondffy touching tho fleatli of ~ah*old age pensioner, Robert Denifear, whose • body was found,in his hub afc ttie lea-" bellauRiver.t. Dr. .Griovea-; made a poBt-mortem onamiriation,a'nd : be stated thut thechief cause of d»atlr was senile decay. : .He *aid the . old caau was suffering. ;£rom fright's di sease.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

COMMERCIAL. CRQokwELL PRICES CJJRBENT. (That it let brew the 'proSitcer and first ■ pnrchaser'J . Wheat, 2/9- per bushel ■ -.... _ , Oats, 23 to 29 lid buuljsl, • ' .'lilaize; -to 3s 9dbushelC" »• ■ o Flour, .£9 lus'to XII ton ■ Brtin,<9d to l(Jcl per: bushel . , /■. Pollard, lOd to la' 'per bushel v ■ • . Oil Calfe, 83 per ewt \ •. Cliai! (oaten) £2.to .£2.10s pe* ton Potatoes—Circular Heads (eatiug) to J63. ■ Onions', 6s per owt, (<iow) Egg.vM per dozen i Butter (factory/, 9d, dairy 7d ■ i Bncon, 9d ; htvuis, 95d i - Beeswajc, lOd lb ■ i Horsehair, lOd to Is ; • r Lnrd, 6d lb I Sheepskins, 5d to Gjd lb 1 HideB, 3 {d lb !■• ..Poultry—l^owls, 3/ to 3/G pair; ducks, 3/ to 3/3 pair; geese, 5/- to(>/■ j I . ■ Turkeys—hens, Ss to 7s, gobblers j • 1 ■ 8s to 13s pair • . . .

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

GOTJLBURN PRICES CURRENT. Wheat;, 2a Sdpet bnshol ; Flour, £12'On to £12 l(ia •Bran, 6Jd fco.7iU'''biishel /Maize, a/6 bushel' ' Barley (for'feeaitag purposes), 3/9 to 4/ Oats-r-feed 2/9 .to 3/, seed 2/9 tp 3/ ■ ITay, £% 0/^to JE2 5s too v' Straw, jE2' 5/ to Jb'3lOi ton V Chaff, JB3 to i3 101 ton (inclusive of bags). Onions, 6a per ewt.' Buttpi,-7-fnctbry'.8d, dairy 7d Lard, 8Jd to 9id lb Eggs, lOd dozen " | Potatoes, MU to £lf Ida ton; Brownella | " (seed) £4 Oa . :■■■-. | Cattle—Bollocks £i 5s to JB11 5s; co-ws i sE3 fls'.to^S,- heifers -£4 to £4 19s; i springers' JB5 Os to JE7 IBs, steers J53 i to £5 10s . Sheep—Wethers JOs' to Ifis; ewes 12/6 i to I5s . ■' :i .-Bigs—-Fat to 433 ; porV'era 29s to 40s j stores lj!a to 22s:; Blrps jLOs to 12s, I suckers 7/6,to-9s 6d 1 Beef (retail) 4jd to 6d lb , . - - Mutton 3}d to Cd. - -i Hides, 3Jd to 4d per lb ■ i Tallow, ,ei8 to ,622 per toil : Wattle bark, to Jl. .hickory to 30s ton "Poultry-^Fowrs^is ^otJspair ^turkeys:— gobblera;17s (jd to...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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How a Masseuse Became a Countess. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

How a Masseuse Becnme a ... Countess. Tite story of a German noble-' man's amazing marriage is published. at Berlin.; It is stated there came to .Berlin some years ago a girl of 18, ambilious to shine on the stage Failing to achieve success in this direction she became a masseuse, and gained the pat-. fonage of: aristocratic clients, who included at least one prince of the Royal bipod, and many high-placed personages. After ! a time accusal ions of impro priety were directed against her establishment, and she was arrested. Her high-born pro tectors, however, secured her release, but feeling her posi tion insecure, she conceived the idea of marrying one of her clients, aiid thus obtaining a "social status which the title of; countess wojild confer.. -She' made the counI.!a proposal of marriage, stipulating that af ter the Avedding ceremony had sup plied her with the desired rank and title an immediate divorce should ensue, and offered the count a large sum of money to, conclude the t...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Her Sweetheart was a Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

Her Sweetheart wis'.a Woittan ! When the last; Van do aver mail i left, Miss Peavl "Waldron lay at [ the point of death in Providence Hospital, Seattle, .from a wound selfrinflicted, because she was in love with a woman who masqueraded as a man and who she believed to be a man. In a.lonely, spot in JDenny Park tho girl shot herself in the breast with a .3 2 calabre re vol-. Ver. Physicians say that the girl will .die. The strange woman that caused the girls death is Nelli e Pickerel, w,ho for v 5 ears has masqueraded as a inan, and who I Has given fche" :police" rnuch 1 trouble. One year ago 4' I woman named 3iazel ^Walters1 committed suicide when she jfoundthatNelliePiokerelwasa 1 woman v Sh'j has fal len in love i;jvith the woman, who gpes uu derihe alias of Harry Living ston.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.J.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

A:J;C:RACBSv The Docomber meoHng of the Aus tralian Jockey Club was hold on Sat urday with the following results ■ , Hurdle Race—1'ooriga 1, Lantier 2,"i Irondale 6. ; Flying ■ Handicap—Suivre 1, At tendant 2', Beneyeuuto 3. ■ Nursery Handicup—Maugosteen' 1, ^inifJJprset 2, Zylthos' 3.. Grand Stand: Stakes—Air^ Moter l,' Famous 2, Sir Leonard 3. "Holiday Handicap—Long Tom 1, Insolence 2, The Mite-S^ ..J; . Highweiglit Handicap -Praleea 1, Donovan 2, Perfect-3.- . • • At Brisbanes Tattersall'a December Meeting on Satiirdajy Romeo won the Flying Handicap , and' PhyllatiB ithe December Handicap.' . ' At-the Mooneo Valley Races at Melbourne on Saturday the Hurdle Raco was won by The General, the Trial Handicap* by Florist, the Welter Handicap by. Difforcnca, ,and . the • Jumper^^ Plat'Riice by, Matohg;

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Atkin's Sweetheart. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

Atliin's S-TOeeitheftEt. A colon el, onhistour of in-' ■gpeetion one day, unexpectedly entered' the" drill-room, -when iie:caipve ':- across a ^' couple of soldiers, one of them rending a letter alqud, while the other was listening, and at the - same time stopjpinp" up the ears of the reader. * What: are you doing there ?'. the puzzled officer inquired of the former. ' You see, Colonel, I'm reading to Atkins—rwho can't read himself—a letter which has ar rived by this afternoon's post, from his sweetheart.' * And you," Atkins, what in the world are you doing?' : V Please, Colonel, I. am stopping" up Murphy's ears with' borh hands because I don't rnind his read ing my, sweetheart's letter, but I don't want him to hear a' word of what she has written.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

SPORTING.. CJricket.; The return matcljbetweenN.-S;. Wales, and South Australia was commenced at Adelaide Oval on Saturday after noon. ■N.S.. Wales ' batted ;-fiwt,_ and., up to the drawing of stumps ' had' lost three,tyiokots for 273 runs; 0: Gregory 97, Farqubar.31. MacltHy 6?, Trumper 47; and Noblo.3$bofch not. out. • The EnglisfrEleven commenced, a matoh on the M.C.C. Ground ;.on* Sat utddy against ;18 Victorian juniors. The EtiglisJuneu'-bafcted ,£pst and at the closer of the - dayplay,, float ■seven wiekets'for 349 ■■ runs, - Warner 76. Hay ward 37 ,iKnight 50, Rolf 30, Braiind 33,Hu8t;85y(not out) -Bosan qiiet 10, Lilloy^lO, and Rhodes^ ^ (pot out); sundries.; 11. ■'•<■.• . : It is regarded asi'a matter of cer tainty that H..Trumble will displace N. Laver in i he next team to represent Australia.- . : ■ • ■ ■ v-*y,:-■: It is worthy *.of note "that Abs jralia .wou each pf'.the last, four test matches, played i.on. the- Melbourne •Cricket groundsi>-; ■ ; " ■■■ •■■...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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The Farmer and City Man. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

The Farmer atid City Man. EIt5 was a way-back farmer, and > was discussing matters agri cultural with. a city triend. The city man was advising him to adopt modern methods and keep lip the anarch of-progress, bat the old fellow could hot see the force of -the argument, ' "Why I've been farming closes on 40 years,'' he replied, ' and I never saw.the man that could teachrae anthink.' >Bosh' ex claimed the . other, testily, - you're puffed out with egotism that's what's the matter with; you.' 4 Eggs .be hanged,' yelled the ancient one, with his1 dancler fairly ' ri.s' 4 I've not eaten a blooming egg for a week, so yer don'f know what yer talkui' about.' ' '

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sea Recedes Three Miles. LONDON, Dec. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903

Sea Recedes ThreeMtles. - tondon, Dec. 18, A PHENOMENAL'OCCUl'l'eaiGe is' reported?-im ,• connection •; with the Sea of AzotF, which lias re ceded a distan ce of three: miles in a few days. At * -Taganrog^ near the mouth of the Don, and one of the leading: seaports : of Southern Russia, vessels were left/high and dry; '

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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