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RAILWAY BARGELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

BAIL WAT BARGELS "BATES. • ..a'hejfrUprenig ^'^o£.;clxasgeg .fqr > .: the carnage oi parcolsi oil the- Government • lailways — '■ StAMEED pABCELS (PBEPAII}):;-RATE3t, : Up to <10 miles—31b. and undoiy3d;-311}< tq ' 71b., 3d; 71b. to 14lb.,*Gd; 14ib._to _ . 281b., !)d; 281b. to 5(ilb., l/ ;. 5(ilb. to 841b:, I/O; every additional 141bs;- or- . pilijt thereof 3d. ' 3?or 51 to 150 miles—31b.-and under Gd; ?v 1 31b. to 71b „ Ods 71b.,to 141b., l/5 1411}. to 281b., 1/G; 281b. to 5Glb., 2/(j ; 561b". tor'SJlb,, ■ 3/6; evqry ajlditiQnaL 141b.- v or jvrt thereof, 9d. For 151 to 200 miles—31b. andunder, 1/j 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. to 141b., 1/9; 14'b. to 281b., 2/9; 281b, to 561b., 4/; CGlt. to 841b.. 5/3; every additional 141b. or part therqjf, 1/. Over 300 milea—31b. and under, 1/G : ?3lb.:. to 71b., 21; 71b. to 141b., 2/6 ; 14!b. to 281b., 4/; 2Slb. to-601b., 6/; 5Glb. t<j ; 841b., 8/; every additional 141b. or part - tlieieof, 1/G. 1 ' All fractions of...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Two Flighty Young Things. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Twe Flighty Young Things1 'John, are yon sure you lmve the exlra- bottles ?' -- . 1 . ' Yen, my donr.You have the can" of milk nil/right ?' ' ' On, yes. You didn't forget the' eiira wiaps, did you?' * " No,' Bere they tire.' * Nor the extra linen W 'No, indeed. You have ihe bag wi th the extra -toilet thiugsy haven't you ?' 'Yes, dear. Oh, John, wont smother be pleased'! - You ai e positive you have the bottles ?' Yes, yes, my dear. Also ther wraps and linen ?' - " ' Well, I gness we are all here then; And here's' onr train. . Hasn't th^ little darling been good ? Sho hain't: ■ given ;you a bit oft rouble, hasshe ?,v - ' What ! Me-!: John, haven't you got her?' - v ''Why, no. I thought ' ' : Oh !. Oh ! How -.could. youfqrget her ? : 0?r, my: poor little baby I {Yoa unnatural father ! And Bhe's .vail alone in the -house, aud I'm sure Cits burned up by this time ! Oh,".my baby, my baby, my bilby!! ' Here, Mary, get ifi* here, quick. .Cabby, drivel like <.the- devil homo aga...

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Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Debating. Club. The Grookwell : Debating' Club jour xeyed to Taralga on Friday night to enter into a public debate with the Taralga Club, the, homo team affirm ing that coloured races should be ex cluded from'Federated Australia, and after iv very-ins tractive discussion was defeated by sixvotos. The following gei^tlemeiv. represented their vespec ive clnbs':—Messrs. A. E. Hunt (Pre mier). G. G.:0-Brient C. Keith,-and A. 0. Armstrong £L. 0 Whiting (leader of the Opposition), .D.' Hartley; J.' Maloney, D. Ross, and Rev. 0. Crane. Mr. ft. Sullivan, J.P., occupied the chair,: and made an ideal speaker. The audience " was■■:■■■ very enthusiastic, and frequently applquded the various speakors. At the conclusion of the debate a; banqnet was held. The Crook wellites cannot speak too highly of the treatment they received, and state it was by far the most enjoyable debate and best reception- they have, received ainco the/clnb lias :been in: existence, and- promise the TaralgaiteB a right roy...

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Ready For Business. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Ready For Business. Tramp: Please, mum, if, you'll kindly help me on my journey,-I'll be much obleeged. - Housekeeper. ! ■ On a-jowntfej??. eli ! Tramp: Yes, mum; I'm goia' west to start a bank.

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Sale of Booths. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Sale of Booths. On Saturday, Messrst U. H. Furner and Oo Ltd. submitted- at: miction the booths in couneotion with the Railway Picnic to;bV'held on the ,Grook\vell Show»roiiud»on 26th> instant. The publican!s. booth was" kuockud down to Mr. J. Coffey, of< the Criterion Hotel for £8 10/, and-the fruit,' cake and refreshment stall was secured by Mr. J. Kadwell for £3 15/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

LEGAL. JOHN CONNELLAN, B.A.,< SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, &c., CROOKWELL. ^Office: Goulburn street, opposite E,S. and ■ ' A.- Bank. - - - * -V-TTENDS Guimiiig,Goulburn,Taralga ' and Tuena Courts. Tiust Money to Lend on Freehold and'1 C.P. Security. -j : ■■ ■■, [LEGAL.] ' - . -jy^ESSRS. BETTS AND SON, • •,Attorneys, Solicitous, and - Proctoss, - MONTAGUE STREET, GOULBURN, A Member, of the--Piriil"attends Monthly• Court afc:Orookwell. _ - v-: TRUST FUNDS AVAILABLE FOE .INVESTMENT. . ■ QILVER-LACED WYANDOTTE EGGS ® 58. per set&^g. , . ; ■ THOMPSON > Crookwell. v - - _ TO' STAto THIS SEASON, AT LAGGAN, . Aud travel through Binda, Peel wood, and Ifishtown, THE . DRAUGHT STALLION, " . CAPTAIN. . CAPTAIN is a dark brown . standing 17 hands high* ■with plenty .of bone, end muscle. . He is by Young Sir George (irey1 (imp-), dam Rose, by Tom Bay, • by King Tom (imp.) Young Sir George Grey (imp.), was bred by John Reid, Esq., Otago,"New .Zealand ; his sire was imported fr...

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Keeping an Eye on the Kids. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Keeping an Eye on tht Kids. The School Board officer in a town whicir-shall be nameless,' recently received'1 an** anonj mous letter informing him tkflt at a certain house there were. two kids who were not attending any school. JEIe at once started for the-hoits^ indicated> and, in reply to his official,"kliSek,1 came 'the good woman of the' house to the door. . ' You have two children who do not go to school/ said the officer. ■ ' Children ?',said the woman. ' We've no children.' ' Olvyes, yoa have,' said the officer. The1 womaff&tepped back and called her husband. 'Here, John, here's a man who says we have some child ren, and they don't go to the school. .. ' You are mistaken, sir,' said he. ' But read this?- persisted the officer, - i The man read at first with a puzzled expression, and then a light broke over his. face. 'Yes,' he said, at last, fT suppose I must admit it; My •kids don't attend school, cer tainly, because I don't like to seirti them.^ ^ ' It doesn't ma...

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The Health Chinee. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

The HWtlien Chiuee. Mllo. Alice Marigny, a young Parisian lady, wa's sitting on a seat in a public park when a yonng Ohina man sat down beside ^hor,, and Jjegan a most • determined flirtation:^ l'lio passers^by ilanghed, and the embar rassed girl took: to flight, and jumped "on an omnibus. Whon- some dis tance away, sliefonudthatberpurse and watcli were gone. The "Daily Mail " states that the new loanplaced'on ,the London market, by New Zealand is not* welcomed ^n fiuancinl circle. 1 .

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That it between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

" COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELI/ PRICES CUEEENT. (That it between the producer and Jlrsi pnrchaier.J Wheat, "4/9 per bushel Oats, lis to 3s 3d J buahri t. Maize, 4s to,4s-3d bushel. Ploui'.viELa 5s to X13 too ; . Bran, lOdto Is per bushel' Pollard; lid to Is-.ltT'ptY bushel Oil Calce,"Sffjjiercwt, Chaff (oaten) iS& l5s to £4 5s per ton ' • Potatoes—Brownell < seed, - .£4 10s ton ; : • Circular He&ds (eatiug) j£3 10s Onions, 6s;per ewt. . Eggs, 7d pe>- dozen Butter (factory;, 9Jd, dairy 7d Bacon, 3d ; hams, 8d. Beeswax,. 8d to-'lOd lb Horsehair, lOd to Is 2d lb Lard, 6d to 7d lb Sheepskins, 5d to 6d lb • Hides, 2Jd to 3d&'lb ^ Poultry—Fowls, 2/6 to 3/6- pair ;: ducks, S/G to 3/6; pair ; geese; S/- to 6/; Turkeys—hens, 5s to 6s, gobblers 10s to 14a pair V -

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Omission. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Omission :In our reporr.of the JEI.C. Social in our :firstissue.part of the sentoncewhick referred to the iaiiBic -was inadvert antly omitted. After the words "in ■the,, capable hands of " shonld-read ".Mr. P. J. Mullcr, who, besides being' violinist, led in the Town Band items with the clarionet, and wns ably as sisted by- Messrs. F. Muller," &c. We are sorry for Jibe. ortiission, bnfc feel' 8Hr® >?p .will be held excusable, as - nil are aware of.Mr.;Muller's self sacrific ing.spirit of i generosity; which has almost became by*-word/ particularly in his capacity as 8 musician.

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT: [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT: Wli«at, 6b per bushel .. Flour, £12 5s to £12 15a Bran, 9Jd to lOjd bushel' • Maise, 3/9 bushel . - - Barley (for feeding, purposes), 4s to 4|3 Onts—feed 3/3 to3/G, seed 8/3 to 3/6 Hay, £4-10s to £5.5s ton • _ Straw, £'i to £$ 10*J»n Chaff; £4 to .£5 toir (inclusive of bags) Onions, 6s per cwt.. \ Butter—factory 10d, dairy Id Lard, 8d to.9(1 lb ■ Eggs, 8d dozen Potatoes, £3 5s to J63"1<W ton; Browcilla (seed) £A 10s ■ Cattle—Bullocks £i to.JSlZ'iOa1;" cows £3 5s to £9, heiiera £3 to jU^lOs, springers £o -lOj to £&, BteerB £3 10s to .£5 Sheep—Wethers 13s to 20s j ewes 11/b . to 20s: ■ • ". Pigs—Fat to .£3 j porters' 30s to 35sj store*,15s to 25s; slips. 12a to 15a; suckers 9s to Hi 6d . Beef (retail) 4jd to 6d lb •: Mutton „ 3id to 5d. . - • .Hides, 3idto 4d per lb_ ' - . Tfftlow, £18 to J622 per "ton Wattle bark; .to £4, hickory'to SOa.ton ■Poultry—Fo#ls ,3s to 6s pair; turkeys— gobblers 8s to. tua,...hens 6/6 to 9s ducks 2/6 to-6/4 j gfee...

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Tuena Police Court. FRIDAY, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Tuona Police Court. FittDAYj 'October 16s "xJ efohe Mr. T. A.'Smith, P. M.. Small Dsui's^-Gqukiv Nicholas I'erris, of Bioda; was sued by Aloxr ander?Brown, of Junction- Point,: for £8. 21, work and- labour dode'and' compensation for loss of time. • Mr. (.'bnnellan; of Crookwell, ap peared for the • defence, and pointed out that defendunfc ; did not- reside i within the Tuena: Petty Sessions dis- j district, and/therefore, could not be sued for damages. "The objection was upheld, and £1 costs awarded to the defendant. '

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

I ■ SYDNEY MARKETS. Messr*. Ellis■& Co. reportSupply of pigs small tliis -vveck'j' viz,■•520, Baconers ai)d porkers (all weights), also'heavy backfattors, met with brisk demand at real good values; Stores sold steadily at. fair prices. Prime porker, 601bs;,.;iwurth ■ 33/6..; prime baconeiy 1201bs,: worth 60/ ; baekfat' ters to £5 ' of'.- stores,-8/ to. 22/, each. 150 calves, penned. ; Small,' inferior . sorts ;were well represented, and sold, steadily.:-at: only moderate - prices, ■ Prime: quality/ sorts, also heavy de scriptions,-met: with brisk competiou at very high prices. Both pigs and calvesv willsell -rsal- well at coming sales. -: Prime vealers,"90v! to »1201bs., •worth 35/6 to 50/6 ; heavier sorts, to r£3.15/. There was no extra heavy forward.

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Open Column. [While these columns are open for the free and full expression of opinions of correspondents on all public questions, it must he distinctly, understood that we do not endorse such opinions- Ed. A.L.] THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. (To Editor Argyle Liberal.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Open Colwranfv [WTiile'these columns arc open for. .the ftee and full'expression, of. opinions of correspondents on all-public 'ques tions, it must he distinctly, understood that we do not endorse such opinions - Mi. A.L.] THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. (lo Editor Argyle Liberal;) > Sir,*—The capital site is at the:, pre sent jpoment attracting :the > attention of the whole, of the Federal States. On pi'inciple, it was a great mistake 'that the site was confined to any given area or any ore-State, New South Wales -would, no doubt, not have fed erated if she-could not have obtained the honor,-'if there be any ^attached to it of having the capital as near as.pos sible to Sydney, and; ior which she promises 100 square miles of the people's country .to build it on. But that does not • seem to satisfy some, who want country to the size of the State of Delaware; where : tne capital 'of the U.S.Av is situated. Tho quan tity of the land New South Wales-has promised • is enough to build three Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Auction Sales.- ! :On Saturday ~nex.t, at .2 p.m..' at the Ccmmercifil Hotel,vCrookwell,: Messrs. Geo. McDonald and - Son advertise tliat tliey. will sell by auction a most compact farm" of 30 acres freehold and i 280 acres O.Pi,- situate: at Redground, the property- of .Mr. P. Naughton.; Full particulars can be gleaned from the advertisement. : ;

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The Ar[?] Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

§tt ibfral, AND DISTRICT RECORDER . Impartial—Not Neutral. '■Truth, ever lowly since the world began, The foe of tyrant* and the friend ofmet n. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1003. fiiB selection of-the Federal Oapitalis, the all-absorbing, pol itical question at • the'presenfci jnnctiu-e, rand should, re coivB very careful consideration, and-it behoves our'legislators to secure the very best: :site 'available; ane that ehonld-give satisfaction to the.' major ity-of the electors; Now, what is the' position at the present time ? Wo find that the House of llepresontatives. lave selected Tumut, and thd1 Senate Bombnla, Tlvo' next movo on the ■political chcss-board will no doubt be a joint Bitting of the two -i.ouses to decide, the question,, •when in all pro bability- theie will, bo considerable eqaabbjingfRud delay attached to their deliberations. This may postpone the B$lep{jion of a suitable Bite for some considerable, time, which, will .<evi dently suit the- Victorian -represent-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

DENTISTRY; sMR. CHARLES H. GOLBY, Dental Surgeon, .Gonllrarn-atreet, .Crookwell, opposite *.E. S aud A. B-ink. Painless E*tractions'& Fillings* Visits Taralga.vlirsfc Monday in ■ each " month—Next visit, Nov. 7tb. yisits Binda, Bigga, Tuena and Peel-' ■wood periodically. 4IL WQRK GUARANTEED. H. BLACK ADDER DENTIST, C R 0 0 KiW ELL, ■VISITS TARALGA third SUNDAY and - MONDAY in EACH MONTH, and limy bo consulted at MOONEY'S AkG YLE INN. - Date of Ne^t Visit; OCTOBER 18th ' . and' 19th".. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT ;V--PAIN, 2jf(i.

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Fun & Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Pun cfc Fancy £jj rfhe\'" tell mo' yoar servant is a jewel,' said the,: caller. ' Yes,' replied tho hostess wearily, 'she's so much more ornamental than useful.' • v - V*". : She (severely) : How many iriore ytnes are you going to ask mo to niarryyou? He (calmly) How many more i times are you going to refuse me ? •. 1 l Suitor : ,1-havocome toask for your daughter, sir. Father : l ake her, younc "man. You are the' only one , who .wanted more than my daughteria. hand."" ■ Little Bthol: Why is it women is always,complaining about the hired girl. v Little Dot: Oh, that's just so folks will know they can afford ono. *** PastoraliBt: Goodmorniog, parson. That is a good horse yon are riding! Parson : Yes; you have nothing like it on this ranch. -Pastpralist: Ah<l— But yet you are: not following but the.teacfringofthe Lord- , Parson : flow is ihafc ? ~k: V r v Pastoralist: Why, our Lord always rode an ass. Parson : Yes; but out back they, have J.P.'s of all- the asses so I havo ...

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NEWS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

>■ I -—;■ . ^ iT-is roportedf from CondoBolin that -xnosq'flitoailre ingreat swarms on the r^vbr ^tationSi and are killing great numbers of lairiBsv . .v . ; . , ; . Miss Vida: Goldstein, tlio/ well-known i ndvocateof woman's rights in Vic toria, is a candidate for the Senate in that State? . The largest carpet::in the world, ia 40 feet in breadth, and contains 58,840,000 stitches; It took the time of 28 men a period of .1-4'' month's to 'm{tkev it...., It^ is now at Windsor Castle. -,."T .'.v " . V. • There is a curious interest surround- , ing a box of old-coins which was re cently sold ill London. TOfS bo'k "was deposited-by its owner at the bank of Bfi^land^more than a hundred years ago". The coins were rare specimens of the reigns of Edward VI., Qbeen Elizabeth, James J., Charles I. and Charles II. 1 The prices reached at the sale ;Were remarkable, one coin Selling for. , £365, while , a shilling dated 1658 sold, for-12.guineas. The Austrian Emperor has pre sented .a golden ...

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Garden and Field Calondar. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL BY MR. A. GOODHEW. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 October 1903

Garden and Field Calndar wrm-ten Specially fob Abotm; Liberal bv Mr.. A. Goodhbw.- -■"* ocbg^et^ This should bo a busy month in tie garden and field, and with such good prospects be ■foro us every effort.Bheuld be made toward getting in abundance ef vegetables and fodder for next winter.feeding, as in such a cold district it iB absolutely. necessary to feed stock, especially if: milt layout ob ject; ' Hungarian millet, . .sorghum,« and amber cane, maize and mangles, should be goc in this. menth, while grass seeds may. still bo sown, All land . should be got' roady for late potatoes. Nothing makes success -more certaih than thoroughly breaking Up and 'preparing .the ground ear'.y. . : -Vegetable . Garden.—Sow- peas, French beans (dwarf and climbers), cabbage, cur-> rotB, parsnips, lettuce, narrows, squashes, tomi to?s, cucumbers, melons, rock,.water,, and pie melons, potatoes; herbs, spinach, best, pumpkins, raddisb. When planting Out. tomatoes, &c., shade them for,, a .fe...

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