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Breach of Promise. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
Breach of Promise* A claim for £503 for ; alleged! breach of promise to.marry *camo • beforo ;Mr. Justice Pring and a Jury 011: 'Friday. Tbo plaintiff: waa?Elsio 'Amelia Now Ming,Vwho « said v thnt•> at; v-.tbo.! tioSo the flllogcd. promise7 . was"- made sbe' waB a lady's help at Summer Kill. The plaintiff stated th»'t the defend4ut •Sydnoy Sroiohj.told her' that ho ' was . officer • at e Exeter i on 'the:: rail ways. : Ernest: 'Failall, ;a traflib inspector'on the ■. rail way b; - said that "defendant's ^salary was £130 per. annum. ;r Mr. Jamen, instructed by. Mr. ^Arnott, appeared for tho plaiutiif;> Therp was no appoaranee for the defendant. The Jary assessed the damages at £100, audiiiBHonorentevbdjadgomentfor thntnmonnt.
Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
Sydney Commercial: 'MF.8S«B.'Euus',&lt;&liGo..&lt;vepoxfc;:'r^'. Pigs—950 yarded this week. Bac onera all weights, and backfattors, also heavy porkers,; dull of sale, afc only fair prices. Light porkers sold steadily at'h.gh'figures. Stores were in steady request afc moderate values. ■ Prime ■jJorktjrs 501b worth 26s, prime baconer 1201b workH .45^,.stores' 8s 6d to 22s Gd ^ eaelt, backfatters ;:to:...9i>6v each. ^Galves—24p;penucd. Afl descriptions met with"brisk .competition: at high i prices, especially heavy sorts, which | realised exceptionally' high prices. Coming s-ales are likoiy to" rule -unal tered. Tho . quarantine rertrictions have been token off the County of Cumberland for pigs. Clients can-now send their consignments in; the ordi ;nary: ■ way.v^1
Important to Fruit Growers. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
. Important to Fruit Growers. The- following paragraph appeared in the " Sydney Morning Herald" of 6th July, 1903:— v~ -'i ; VPARRAMATTA ORCHARD NOTES. -•' That! thS ;fruit fly lias rapidly increased during the past few. years is undeniable, and growers now speak of it as one of the pests, mostly to be feared. On. Thursday last Mr. W. 'Middleton, a country school master, visited Parramatta, and callod upon Mr. C. B. Climes. He stated that lie hud a specific for the fruit fly, 'which had Toeen tried, as far south as Riverina, and as far nortH aa Grafton, with the most grati fying results. The specific had come through ft very severe test." .r-'A^simple;gar den path divided two sets of trees. 'One set'' was treated .with - the .spocific, while/the. treas on the other side of the'footpath were not so treated; . The result was that the trees opeinti Uiupon were next season'free .from tiie'at'.aclis.ofithe "fly, while the trees not so tiv.-iced were attacked as usual.. Mr Middleloi expre...
NEW SOUTH WALES. BARRIER. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
NTSW "SOUTH WALES. • BARRIER. '*J.osiah Thduias (la),' 5086;. John I Dunstari (M), 1033. - blind. : ■ ' *John 0. Vatson (L), 3014 ; John Longrauir (0), 3198. : ' . ;. . cow PER. . . ' ■ Honi'v W. Lue (0), 7387 ; Francis Clarke (M), 4320. ■ ' V - ■ canoblas, ^Thomas Brown (L)—Unopposed • dalle y. : *W. H. Wilks (0), 12,757 ; Selinft S.' B. Anderson, (lj, 3033 ; ■ W. Moffat Bni'ns (M), 1258. : DARLING. . ♦W'illiam G. Spence (Tj), 2159 ; D. B. Aoton (0), 1-139. • eden MONARil. • *Auslin Chajtman (M-)—unoppbssed ILHWARKA. • *George W. Fnllei (0)—unopposed . •...lakg; ■ . r. William E. Johnson (0), 10400; W. E. Cul.am (I), 5527; T. E. Roseby (M), 1610 ; Thomas Kecgau (L), 3035.: MACQUARME. . . *Sy_dney Smith. (0), G410 -r William Sandford (M-), 5450. NEWCASTLE. *David Watkins (L), 9146 ; R. M. Bowles- (0), 5627. ^ .V NEW ENGLAND. ■- . Edmund Lonsdalo (0), 6880 : *W. B. Sawors (M), 6378, PARKKS. * Bruce Smith (0), 11253 ; Chai-les Dyer&lt;(ti); 3204 ; Varney Parkes (O), 1091;E. A....
Reduction of Members. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
Reduction of Members. Sib Jobn.See stated on Friday that in the event of Wednesday's referendum being in favour, of a reduction of mombers he would forogo the holiday ho had purposed taking in; New. jZea- >\ lanrlj and .'wonlclr. pall Pailiamenfc to-i gotiior in- six weeks' time ,to ; deal specially with the Question. I'he counting oftiio votes sfill be begun on Monday,' and be concluded by Thursday" next.. . !
DAPHNE. CHAPTER I. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
X)APHNE. , CHAPTI5R X; (Continued.) • .Bolsorer's htnrc sank a little. - iOf* •course ho would write- to Franleiu jfulier—Frances Richmond was a ; Ai;ickto have fhongbt of .that!—but jfie bflgrn 'tniifortaefl other possible■•••def JH)*s.flTl«]4dJffioulties, and everj; ^bonr \^«R.'Rn%efernity to him. 1 \2jte%er in his life had he-found it so . lo kill time-fls dnring' those . few. •days ot sn.tpense while-• :ltia second' ::,i' .ilptler ivvas oil -its way to Dnsseldorf, " -and the lawyers were still ruthlessly •clairoi.ng his attention. every morning 1 . to all'sorts of aiiiiiteresting del-ails., -If it had not;: been ifor-Mr. Akerman, : lie said to liimself, lie would have been •- .off.like a Shot to Frnmleigb, >vhe e !Latly Oldroyd would receivw him- with! ■ open arm.*; he knew, :for the ■sakeof ; .thfr Dews.iie>broaffht of her brother/ As it was, the long hours weighed upon him intolerably. Ho was - far. ..too restlgas, toa-/mxious'.to'sattle-dow»i to anything", even to anmsi...
CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
QHJJRCH; SERVICES. ' C.BQRCK Of' EKtitkND. , v Christmas dat. . Crook well,. 7.30 a. m., and 11 a. m. (H.C.J • Mi'l 7.30 p.m. , FolloWing-are tto services for Xundny. afxt • &lt; ■ I Crcokwell, 11 a.m. (Hon, Lay Read«r) "Woodhouselee, 11 u.iu.' I'njar, 15.30 p.jis.," ' Crookwell 7.3Q,pjn., Cfooicwell,'Wpilnestlay, 7r80p.ro. ... ^ Kov.rBen Dareiiryant,^ Rentor.. M(?tKODI3T _ CniJECH. 1 Crookwoll,3p,iu.—Mr. A. Nixon. Uullen, 11 a.iu.—Mr. A. Nixon, Crookwell, 7.30 p.m.—RaV. J. Walk- r 'l^rnlga, 11 a.uu—Rev. J.;WalKtr PhXSBTTERIAN ClIORCH. Crocxtrell, 11 a.ni. •• , ^ Gullon,- 3 p.in. ' ii Crookwell, 7.3P p.m.. Preacher—Rev. C. Crano, B.A.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
Learn ... the New Shorthand No .matter where yoiijjg^, WB W-I-LL' TEACH YOU Shorthand. v;j;' -- ^ ^ ^ r 5\? - kij .?V^- iVr V v;-:" €\ lesson^for 21 / ; postage extra. " ^ r> - Only three lessons tc write notes ; 21 to completion. , ^Our correspondence system^ of Tuition has given Results Unchallengi:d. BE UMO-DATEJ Steuly ,thc Simplest and Most Practical Systepa: ' Write,for PAKTieuf^s. v W. UIIAllLTON HCIBBLE,; f , A/jGibbs'^Chamfiprs,; J Mrxfru-Ht.^ Sjdjjyy,. »
Woman burnt to Death. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
: Woman burnt to. Death. 1Ir». J. Wilson, wife of a share farmer J on the Olives, Moorwathit (near" (Jo.r owa) set fire to herself on Wednesday morning. When, hei* clothes were a iiiasa of flame.s slie rnn'irito the open «ii-and rolled in the grass, which caught fire arid spread 'with great rapidity.- A young 'girl who was staying with the Wilson's, in endenv ouring. to extinguish : the burning clothes,1 was severely burnt about the : hands and arms., Mrs. Wilson, .was ■ shockingly burnt.: She was con veyed to'Howlong for medical treatment, and July lingered a few hours. ( > ] Before she i'csh«l into-tlie open the | houtio had caught fire, and it, with the 'whole of the contents',' were completly , destroyed. Some thousands of acres of grass and fencing were burnt. The only crop burnt was- that of Mr. Severine, who'lost 90 acres, which wera yieldiug 7 bags to the aero. Mclii.'an had a narrow escape of losing his crop. v , Every available hand wi'hin-several miles turned out to ch...
The Arl[?]e Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER [?] Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. TUESDAY DECEMBER 22, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
AND DISTRICT RECORDER ■ipjgjLrtlat—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world begun, The foe of tyrants and-the friend of man. TUESDAY DECEMBER 22, 1903. The result of the Federal elections throughout Australia must be very gratifying to those who bulieye in de mocratic legislation and social/reform'. The labor representatives swept- the polls, gaining thirteen additional seats; notwithstanding that the capitalistic pvcss and hirelings- of monopoly and r^rogresBiciftv./wm'fc loud in their de-. nunciatious—descending to lying mis representation in order to achieve tljeir ,-en.di. >vif :, _ The.,, overthrow ot d^rarewcy^. 'i'hose whaielt and un-* derstood their economic, positfon-'voted solid, and demonstrated to the conser Taiive bodies that, they-absolutely ob jected to being crushed beneath the iron-clad hoof of capitalism, and were not Roinff - to prodnce-wealth, to be filched from them by financial institu absentee landlords, who re romde In foreign lands.: v. The elector...
Blown Up. London, Dec. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
BIownUp. Londou, Dec; 17. An Italian vesfiol, lyiog;in the harbour at Marseilles,- was the-sceneofadvead ful disaster yesterdav.; ' Seven thousand barrels of petroleum, with which the ship was loaded; ex plode^ .blowing the greator part of the vessel to atoms. ■ • • 7l'ha'captain of"tlio ship and1 si* of the crow wore killed. - Tne flumes spread;to some trucks on the quay, alongside of "which' the vessel was moored, and 23 trucks laden with coal, wore burut. - Tbe explosion was terrific, and was heard miles away,"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
NOTICE OF KEmYvili. I JR. A. . E>;. FmiiAXRICK. haa *> RftMQSSfil^fron) his resident# in Coll- ■ yer.-§t. to his former residence in OOTJL .iSUBN-SrKEET, OROOJCVVELL, next to the BANK UP "NKW.SOUTH WALES, where he will eontinuethe practice. of J»i» profession as heretofore.' J ■* DENTISTRY. . ,-GaLB*,, Dental Surgeon, Qoulbnm-Btreefc, Crook well, opposite ' r E. S. and A. Bink. P^intess Extractions & Fillings* Visits Taralga first. Monday in each mouth—Next visit, Deo. 7th. Binda, Thursday, Dee. 10, 9 till 11 a.iii. Bjg^a, Thursday afternoon,' 3 p,m. till Friday, Dee. 11 at noon.' TUena, rfaturday, Dec. 12, all day, • Peelwood, Sunday, Dec. 1'.!, till noon. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. jyj*R. H. ULACKADDER DENTIST, W LL, 7&SJT.S TAEA'LGA -tliird . fSUNDAY and • .MQNDAY in EACH MONTH; and ' DJiW-. bo consulted- at MOONEY'S A-KOlYt.10 INN. 'Date of Nest Visit W,4th DECEMBER Special Viait, ; Usual Monthly Visit—20th anp 21st DECEMBER. \ NITROUS OXIDE CiAS ADMINIS X TERED....
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
lUILWAY PARCELS RATES, Tlio following is the scale of charges for .fclie Camilla of liareelson tha Gorsrnment railways:—. Stamped Parcels; (Pgp^yc) ; • Up.to 40 .mi]4s-,31b. and un'derj 3d ;-31b; t« : 281b., ,9/1 j ^8lb. to 5lilb., 1/; 581b. ts 'Sjllb,, 1/fi j every" additional 14lbs. • or . piufc thereof Jd 'For 01 to' 150 miles—3lb. and under (id; 31b. to 71b„ 9d ; 71b.,to 141b.,1/; 141b. to 281b., 1/6 ; 281b. to 561b., 2/6'; 5«lk. to 84lb„ 3/6 j every .additional lilfe. , or piirt thoreot, 9d. - - For 151 to 200'niileo—31b. and under, 1/; 31b. to 71b„ 1/3 j 71b. to 141b., I#; 14'b. to 281b., 2/9; 281b, to 581b., J/ ;' : 5Gl»-. to 811b:; 5/3 ; every additional ' 141b. or part thereof, 1/. Over 800 miles—31b. and under, 1/6: 3lb. to 71b., 2/; 71b. to 141b.,'2/6; 14!b. to > 281b.; 4/ ; 281b, to 561b;, 6/; ,561b. U> 841b., 8/; ejrery additional 141b...or.Mrt : • thereof, 1/(3. '\ *•* "" * All fraction?.of: 3d&lt;«'ill be chargcd as 3d.. SOjpw'cebt/- additional charge wh...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
/:!; " POSTAL NOT US. : Tho public are afforded the .opportunity of transmitting small Burns of money tln'oiigh the Post: within tha State, and > t», ^leiinalaiid, Victoria, South Austrulia/Tas of P.ostal Notes. •. i'ostal IJflteg of the'following valuo uiav" he obtained at any Money Order ,0,IEo« .in tho Stato oh payment of .tho poKtnlq.»e si>ecified in connection herewith—- ~ Value. Poundage. s. d. d 1 0 i 1 G j 2 0 1 o a 1 a ■ 0 1 ;i 6 1 4 0 1 Value.. Poundage, s. d. d. /4 C 1 ' 3"\0 M ■—■'2 ■ 7 6 10 0 10. u a 15 0 20 0 '•3 Persona may remit odd pence up to ;5d by affixing unoblitovated' postage stamps to the fuco of liio I'd tal Notes," and 'tjie valneot the stamp-i aiTixod - theretp will ;ao pilid on prcsj-'i'tayon., ; ? - A Postal JaAo niay ,be crossed, and the Po*tmast av auall refuse to pay it except to a bn::kor, v "* Additional poundage, equal to '.the* orig inal poundage,'will fro charged on all Poajwl Notes .over ,6ix months old, and the .same jumouut tor every fur...
GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 December 1903
, GOULWJRN TO".CROOKWELL LINE. A . train leaven Goulburn : daily, Sundays " . ' and Wednes^nya excepted,- utV.20 a.m. ; J£oaly.u, 8.55 ; amv«3 Crooltwell, . 8.50. A. train lonv«a Ci-Qokjrell daily, Sitedays and Wednesday8 -excepted,. ufc3.10 p.m.; Koslyn, 3.55; AmvesCJoulburn 5 30. On- Wednesdays trains leave Goulburn at. G.J 6 a.m. and 3. 20. p.m.; Boslyn, &lt;S.4u a.in. and 4.45. p.m.arrive at Crook-: well 7.30 a.m. and 5.40 p.m.' ' On Wednesdays trains l«avo Crookwell^at • 8.5 -a.m: and «&lt;20.jj.iu. 8-M, ' a.ni. nnd C.50 p.iu'. j arrive -Goulburn, . ,}0.10 a.m. and 8.25 p.m.