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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
TIIU RAPIDLY-INCREASING DE MAUD EOIi OUR Federal & Challenge Famous Suits To Meafiuve; • . SVith Extra-Trousers given as?aj.. . i for Xiuaa Box, at ; 45s and 55s. OUR introduction of this branch lias secured ft -world-wide reputation for'the production of a superior class of Garments to measure, • and .we excel in style, materials, and workmanship. anticipate a l'.eayy demand for -J>he Xrnas trade. Place your orders now.,/ / MEN'S BOOTS. Our aim is quality ajid perfect fitting. Gent.'a'Tan Bala., 6/11, 8/11, 9/11, 12/G . . Gent.'s Tan Glacie, lace or button, 10/6 Gent.'s Hox'Calf, 10/6 Gent's Glucie Kid, 7/11, 9/6, 11/6, 13/6 We also stock full range iptlie celebrated American uuikea, such as Ifeith'8, Snow's, Liilybrackets, from 14/11-to 25/. -"A good line of Bluchers, in nail or sprigs, at 2/11 Gillespie's and American's, at 7/6 Boy's School Boots, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 7/6. Latnat Novelties in Ties, Hats, Shirty, &c., &c., for Ximss. CHAKLES W A U G H, Clot...
Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
Fedeial Elections: T:HE final 'figures. werQ--;receivedy..'on: Thursday, 'for : Ri>verina,-- Of eight absentee v.otes, four wove for' Mr. Chanter,'rono was -for Mi': Blackwood, End throe ^vore informal. Mr. Black wood iasm niagotfSy af&lt;fi*e ;avern /Mr. Chanter.; : the declaration; of the poll for Riverina the ref.nruing officcr refused to accept ftliv .Chanter's pro teat against. (he election- of- Mr." Black wood. .Mr.'Blackwood declared ■ that if there/was to be another election •he would fight it out to the.last. : , 1 All .the ballot papers received by the electoral . authorities " have been counted. •It will be impossible ' for - the new Parliament .to .meet before . Feburary G, as that is the earliest date . by which all writs.can reach Melbourne. ' • ■ At one place-in the north-west of Australia no poll lias,yet beon taken, as-^floods prevented the necssary DaDers beiriEr senfc.to.the locality • "It'is estimated that in-.Victoria no less than . 30,000 votes have ...
Cycling Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
Cycling Sports, The sports in. connection! with the. Crookwell Amateur Bicycle Club will take place on -the Crookwell show ground on JKriday next (New Year's'! Day). - Entries (for the four principle events closed on Tuesday night, and the following handicaps have been1 allotted:— , ~ NOVICE HANDICAP—| mile. | . yas. . Wal. Baxter ... .... :scr. J. Willi? , .... 20 — Robertson v.. ... 30 Leo Butt ... . ... .... BO G. MqPaul... . ... ... 100 >;A. Louis . .. ... 110 D. Hogan ... ... ' ... 120 Q; JL.Broderick ' ... 140 ARGYLE HANDICAP—a J mile... • '"'"O' Wal.Bn.xte i- .... ...;scr.. , Gi Gilby :.. .;. scr. 'F.'Willis 10 (*. Tumber*. ... ... ,-~90 Win. Baxter''" -" ... .t.~. 100 — Robertsoii ... ... 120 .' TOWN HANDICAP—* mile. J. Steven's... • >■ yds.' ... so'r. .Ii.G. Kendall -. / •... ... 20 Qc, Gilby ... ... SO Wftl. Baxter - 50 — Reynolds > ' ... 60 T. Hogan ... ... ... 90. G. Tumbers ... 30 Wm. Baxter ... aoo J. Willis ... 130 — Robertson ' ... 150 ! 6. McPaul : : •.... ...
A J C. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
•: A J O. SUMM13E MEETING. i The above t_ok place at Rand wick on Saturday last.' Results :-r Hnrdle Raco'—Transvaal 1, Satin-, vaaor 2, Roodoch 3. Villier Stakes-^Air Motor 1, Eos sum 2, Sir Luouard 3. . December Stakes—Vit.nla 1, Lord: Filzroy 2, Zythos 3. Summer Cap—Bridegroom 1, Long Tom .2, Fanfare 3. . Nursery - Bandicap^-rrJim Dorset 1, Mangosteon 2. - ■ - . v - 1 J A. J. 0. Handicap — Overdale 1, Graceton 2, The Relic 3.
Too Smart for Daddy [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
Too Smart for Daddy ' Daddy,' said the boy \to liis father, ' I've ) got a pencil which will write "l'Ren, purple, crimson, or any colour you like.' ■ - ' Not the same' pencil, my son.' •'You daren't bet me six qpence-it won't.' . - ' I'll give you sixpence if if; will,' said the old man. The youngster dived into his pocket, produced tITe stump of a common:lead pencil and wrote ,on a pieee ,ot' paper the words—4 magenta, green, crim son, purple,' &c. '•There, daddy, say it won't write any colour you like now. ]?orltover that sixpence.' . ,
Binda Races. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
Binda Races The usual Boxi'ng'Day meeting of the Binda Race Glub took place on the club's course ou Saturday last. The races- were well patronised - by the" public. Mr. J. McDonald of the Royal Hotel, had a publican's booth on the ground,and drove.a'good trade. The various officials for- the day woiked bard to ensure the success of the meet ing, and the genial and obliging sec retary, Mr. 0.'. Brauson,. had every* thiug in apple-pie order, so that the various events passed off without an hitch of any kind .occurring. Mr. Geo. Blay acted- as-starter, and, as usual, gave general satisfaction ; while - M 8SS?S;-J3raU50iv. _and . Bl.ajf.. JillccV j thec pesition of • handieappers. Following is the result of the laces:— . • Maiden Plato—Good Bye (8.13) 1, -Misfortune (8.13) 2, Miss Farewell (8.13) 3. Seven starteis. \ . Flving Handicap—Chester :(9.5) .1, Oonali (9.5) 2, Wattawa (7.7) 3. Five started. Hack .Ricer^Robinhood 1 j Uhalaba 2, Skittles 3. • Binda-Handicap' ■ Chester (9.5) 1, Oo...
N.S.W. SECOND ELEVEN V. QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
N.S.W. SECOND ELEVEN V. QXJEENS,IiANI3. . >• •»: The abevo: match was commenced on -the Sydney cricket ground on' ; Saturday. New South • Wales-:battec! firstand scored ;33# runs, Black ~7U, Bowden 57, Hickson 50, Gee 43; and: Fisher 29, being the principal: contri butors. On Monday Queensland re-, plied with 223 runs. New South Wales commenced thuir second innings lead Of 112, but at the close of 'day's play they bud lost three wickets for 23. The match was con tiuued on Tuosday, when the home team were disposed of in their secojid iui.inBS.for 180. : Ttis left the visitors: 292-runs to.get toywin^aiid from the appearance of the score at the close of the day's play victory looks well within: their.reach, as they, have only lost two wickota for a score of 172.
SPORTING. Cricket. N. S. WALES V. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
SPORTING, Cricket. r: n:-s. wales v. victoria; i | The first of - this (season's matched I -between t-lio above -teams commenced ■ at Melbournofo^Slitiuday.; r Victoria! ibatted first, aT>d\ at-the : close, of the day's play had1 scored 276 ru.nB for the losB.-of seven wickets. s Ram prevented thenmtchbeingcontiKued&n'Monday. ,On.-3?uesi3ay Victoria continued their innings ^on: a wet wicket,'and were all disposed of for.i:3l2v runs* -.Tramble. playing a good innings for 80. New South JVales in their first.in rings did not succeed in reaching tlieir oppon ents' total, being all disposed of - for 183^ Trilmper.^43, .Duff 41,- Kelly; 81,» and Howell 18, being the only double tiguro scorers. McLeod took seven wickets for 34i runs. . ,
GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
GOULUUEN TO CROOKWELL illNE. > A train > leaves Goulburn daily, Sundays • and Wednesdays sxeeptod, at 7:20 a.m.; Roslyn, 8.65 ; arrives Crookwell ,9.50. A' train leaves Crookwell ..daily,' Sundays - - and Wednesdays exoeptad, ut 3.10 p.m. j R6slyn,.3.55; arrives Goulburn ,5vyo. " ' ' On Wednesdays traius leave Goulburn at. 5.15 a.m. and 3. 20; p.tu.; ltoalyn, 6.40 a.m. and 4,45 p.m.; arrivo at Crook well 7.;i0 a.m. and 5.40 p.m. On Wednesdays trains leavo Crookwell at. •• 8.5 a.m. and 0.20 p.m. j Koslvu, 8^0 a.m. and (j.uO p.m.; arrive Goulburn ■ 10.10 a.m..and ,8.-5 .p.m. v
The Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
The Holidays. As far aB'Grookwell wasconcerned, thei holidays passed ;off: vory quietly, there! being no amusement - of any.' kind- pro •' vided—not evtin a' cricket uiatoh. The; only attraction in sport on xioxing day was tbe . mces at Binda, but the i weather being so hot very few from here cared to.( uudei'takfr. thor svlong ; journey:"-' " * "" " • . Oil Cbrisijqjfts wa~ftio-inain.'Btreetr of "Crook well presented* "a very ani mated and busy, appearance, therp beinc"Sn extra large immbor of people about; ■ The business splnccs, all of whom kept open tilt -10 o'clock, were .well lit up and&lt; decorated for Xmas, and: all appeared to :be doing a^ brisk trade. • The jaasenger ; traffic on the rail ways iu' this State daring the holidays :wa8 . exceptionally heavy, and the de partmental retains, when compared with the ,corresppndkrg: period of- last year sho w an increase, of 4000 in pas sengers ' carried j'aud an" increase of £172 7s 7d in the revenue. The tram way anthori...