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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Learn , the N<$sr Shorthand No matter where >(yon live, W3E WILL rIEA01I YOU Shorthand. 21 lessons for 21/.; postage extra Only -three lessons vto write notes ; 21,to completion.. Our correspa^dejice system o£ Tuition lias^ given Results Unchallenged. BE UP-TO-DATE! > Study the' Simi'lest'and Mo^r Pj5Actic1'l System. Write fob Particulars, TV. CHASTiTOlT ntJBBI/s, Gibba' Chambers, _ Mooro-sfc., Sydney

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Arggle Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. THURSDAY DECEMBER 31, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

f,ie $ra& |iIlcral' AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began. The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. THURSDAY 0ECE MBEE 31, 1903. ;The yoar 1908 opened badly for Aus tralia. .-Season ■: after season -had re sutted in financial disappointment, nnd .Government after Government bad pursued a " borrow and spend" policy that left us heavily in debt. The debtj. nnfortuni»lely. is-still prospect^otr J^-<i*gri?rripHnn have i ■UlltllTgL'i'ffii wonderf liI change for the • better.'. " Noyer-befure in our .history lias Australia proved so. welLher-mar ..vellous-powers of recovery. A record harvest comes treading on,the heels of a record dronght.. .. Only twelve months ago-,we were called on to subscribe to save our far mers from starvation ; our -Advances to Settlers' Hoard was : besieged with i "applications for loans at the rate of I twenty and thiity. H day; onr . demand i for' loans i-eceived doubtful ■ attention | on the L...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Bricks Galore! [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Bricks. Galore ! Some of onp speculative residents have been heard to'remark that "they would build more houses.if they could get- th"e, bricks. Now, - OB being questioned about the matter, Mr. J. Willis, of the : <Gtook well brick Jkiloas, states that he has a large number of bucks on hand, and can eupply. any order entrnsted to him.* ... ,

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

orm'POLidY. ■ :o:— —; THE ARGYLL LIBERAL is not owned, subsidised, cotlfcrolled. or. run at the. 'dictation or auffraiice of'any clique .or. party, but fl.s u. free and independent journal m Hie interests of producers. Its columns are open forthe free discus sion of-nll.publio - matters, while all.are incited to contribute : itepis of. interest touching, jjpstqrul,.agricultural, mining, and spoial matters. . Thisjournal.willbe outspoken, consistent,, impartial, and representative, and. on this policy,we will rely lor ita: success-and-advance ment. , n~( -to "Kutoms' k jIF you are jii ousmoHti, you u)ust,'advcr:;.. tiso. - Coinpetition-; ia':too ijcconr. no»r-a-t.. days for any buainoaHto jostislaiii^Jn :th.e.. old-faahioiiod m auneLv A jBu^ess^inett tj must proclaim to' the :-,publiuxallffia]toufc;t<| fchcir wjvves, and thosp^lio do this-'inostvl persistently avo' m variably •- tjioso sffjio* I suoectcL , 'i . k ^ j Pufctm-advortiainnotit.intlie'.ABOTL*'' LiBERAk. fuid yo...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

POSTAL NOTlSS. ■■ The public aw ^afforded, the.: opportuliify- ■ nf transmitting-:'SmalU sAms'tif : through the Post within tlio -. State; afld to . Queonsland, Victoria,"South Australia, Tas mania, by meana of Postal Notea. , ■ Postal Notes of the-following value mav \ be obtained at any Money Order ■ OfBca ia the State on payment of-thepoundage apeoified m connection-herewith— Value. Poundage. Value., Poundage, s. d. d «. d. d.' ■ • 10 1 4 6 1 1 C i 5 0 11 a o a io o .8 vPersons may ruimtoiXlpenco -up to 5d by affixing -uiioblitjfi,;it..-(i pogfcago. sfoittgs ■■ to the: face ot tiio l'o-slitl Note), afcd the value-ot the atamjjs'affijsed thcrS/6 .will' be paid cn presentation. .. A l'ostal -Note-may be crossed/ and.the ■ Postmaster simll refuse to ■ pay it a bnnlcor.' ^ a _* 5 . - xr , ; Add-.tienrf ponndagereqTial -tor-tho ; orTg. -initl poundage, will bechargecLon all' Postal Notes over sue months old; and tho siune amount, for revery farther rperiod of 'eix' ^ipnthB1. v, ^ „1 ,...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Postal *«(! <ltailway Information. Mails Clohu at Crook wei»i<->- v>: For Goulburn; viaLaggau-*tad*Wot>dhouse-:' loe, at. 4 p.ui. on Moiiday.Wedneaday,. and Friday; - and '.by 'direct route at 4.45 on Tuesday,' Thursday, . and ■ Sat urday For Binda, Tuesday,"Thursday, and : Sat in day, at 10.45. - , For Pej ar and Kia) la. : Tuesday, Thurfcdfcy, - and Saturday,&{;;11;45 a.m;\ For Glengarry,'Saturday, at 10.30 a.m. ,• - For \Vheeo,^iosdA.y-v-(ivnd': r p.m. v >• — "• f- "~r . MAIM ARRIVE AT Of COOK \VEI.L—• From ; Goulbimj, .via . Laggan ' and 'Wood , ■ houae)ee,:Tuoaday, ThuL'3day, alid' Sitt urday.^ac :&45. a.m.; and .-by. direct ; route-oil Monday, . Wednesday, audi Friday, at 9 a.m. ■ • From Bmda, Monday, Wednesday, arid Fiiday, at 3 p.m* < From l'cjar and Kialla'ruesday,Thursday, and Saturday, at 11 a.m.' From Glengarry, Friday, at 3.30. From -Wheeo, 'Tu'esday «nd Saturday,.-'! p.m. •

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Land Tax Department. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Land Tax Depavtmeut. Me. C. Lavorty, of the Land Tax De partment; is now . in.. Crook well for the purpose of re-assessing tlie unim proved land in the to wn and district-, The work" will no doubt take some, considerable time as it is. now some seven years since a valuer from .the department, was in this district.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Here, There Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Here, Thei'e^ Everywhere (Cribbed, Coiled, and Conikibcted) Senior-Sergeant Banks, of Wollon goagi :hasvbe§ijprdinoted the rank of Bub-inspeot'or as from the -1st inr stanb.warnily.soangrat ulated'on" his-'-noll'Tuerited promotion: ■ George Hortoii, 45, hanged, himswf 4n%--Mtero3&!.GaoL:'-(^ioi);v.;Ke--...i-'.--V(ra8 charged witnfessfiultiug his wifo.^ r v.V' Heavy rain has -fallen , at Bendigo (Vic.)j Bevetal. thousands., of ^ pounds damage bein^'dune. ' ;,l »-•*** Monday was . observed : as :a close holiday iu' South Australia' in' -conse* quence of it being -the" :67 th.. anniver sary" of- the , foundation^. of- the pro^ vince. ... # * : " #. The frnit -ci'op- in some, of the country districts is extraordinary, both in qn6fitity(and duality. V-. : . % .# The railwftjuiffice at Byron Bfiyhas; been burglariously^entered1.and: a sum , of JBlO:odda»bstraotbd from the draw,, ertf.' r; - t ^ ■'i <>■ . ' ' ; ,•••••' 2' >- '■1 r -• FaTtly"heavy, attics'; 'ofw.new...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Twopence for Beer. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

: . . . Twopence tor Beer. A. "Fbencel judge, visiting' England, was one day riding in a .London tramcar, when the conductor approached him for his fare, .twopence. The judge tendered sixpence in payment, and on receiving the chajige, the judge, who had a warm, heart, presented two pence to the conductor, say ing, ' ' Here, my.man, get your self a glass of beer.' A clergyman sitting opposite interposed, ' Excuse me, sir, hut is it wise . to encourage drinking ? I have not touched a glass of beer for years.' .• • Poor man exclaimed the judge, 'take ze odder tupr pence.' :

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Collision Between Two Vessels. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Collision Between Two Vessels.. At 4: o'clock on. (Jhi istmas .morning, as the. steamer Coogee was; nearing. Melbourne^ on- her-usual trip from Lautio«stob,' she came into collisBion with the ship Fortunate Figori. Cap tuin. Oafriiigton, of the Coogee, and one of /the . soameu of ihat atoam'or were killed, and the seoond.mate: was seriously injured. 'Thejpassengers are all safe. The shock was terrific; . The deok , masts, and funnel of the Coogee wus clean:swept, bat she afterwards managed to tow the Fortunate; Figari back to port.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Didn't Like The Odds. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Didn't Like The'Otlds. An amusing story is told of a patient ill a Sydney hospital in whom the sporting insfcinet was well developed. His ward was duly visited hy t,he sur geon, with a retinae of fifteen students. The -surgeon des cribed minutely the nature, and extent o£ -the, disease from which the patient was suffering; then, turning to the first of the students, he asked: 'Now Mr. Sawyer, would you operate in this case ?' ' No,' Sir, I think not.' One after another the stud ents gave the same negative answer to the question..; ' Well, gentlemen.,' «aid -the' surgeon, ' I'm sorry to inform you that you. are all wrong. I'm goinpp to operate.' . 'IMot if I knows it, Mister,' said the invalid, £ Fifteen to one agin it. No dhance. 'Ere, give me my togs ; I'm orf.'

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Big Game Scooting. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Big Game Scooting. Sportsman (wishing for fresh fields to conquer) •: ' I should like to- try my hand at big game.' Fairlgnormnus.: 4 Yes ; ' I suppose you 'find it very hard to •hit these'little-bivds !'

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Shocking Train Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Shocking Train Accident. A DUEADFOLi accident happened on the railway lino between - Moonoe Ponds and-Essendon (Verona): on Tuesday afternoon, \vhenvvriTohn: Anderson, a resident of Hunter-street, ILiuhmond, who was a passenger to Rutherglenby the Sydneyexpress, was killed through being struck on the head by a swing ing door of\a. carriage' on a suburban train. ; r ' Anderson was travelling to Ruthe£ glen, to join his wife, with whom he had arranged'to spend his Ghiiscmas holidays iu,'that district. While the express was speeding round a curve between Moonee Ponds a'ld Essendon hp put his'f'head out of the carriage window. A suburban train, bound for Melponi/ne, then came along, atad as it approached Anderson, turned;,' his face: towards tho rear of his own train as the two trains; rushed past) each othor. ■ The door' that ■was. swinging loose on on'e of the (carriages , of th& suburban train struck him on the back of ■:the . head.. His skull was completely-smashed by the vi...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TARLO NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

TABLO NEWS. (Froth our Correspondent.) This district was visited by a very heavy thunderstorm last Sunday 'afternoon, rein fell in torrents accom panied by a very strong wind. " The atovni lasted aboat two hours, flatten ing down all the standing crops. And: some of the farmers around here say that owing to the damage done, to their wheat crops, they shall .not be* able to cat them with 'a binder, bat shall have to return to the old fash ioned reaping-hook. The v.eather since lias been close and muggy with rain at intervals, delaying farmers i • considerably. Christmas' passed over j verv cm:etiv here," no' merrv-naakine: I was indulged in at all. to mark the event... To-chy, Boxing-day, several picnic.par lies journeyed Irom Gonl burn to spend the day on the grassy batiks of theTarlo Kiver. . Cricket—Our Tarlo cricketers liaye gone into rcce.ss until after harvest. But I bear that a match has been ar ranged for New. Tears' Day,. The married "men have awakened at last and challenged...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Waited 50 Years for His Bride. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Waitecl&O Years ior His Bride; A Hull* (Eng.) septuagenarian .was recent^/.married to a lady two. years his junior 'under romantic cir.c.um sianee^.; iOver. half ft.century ago the man'courteil his present wife. They quarrelle(J ; the girl married another, aad tfie? disappointed wooer seuglit his fortunl) in 'Canada. Not long'ago he learnthat Ahe husband :of .,hiB sweetheart'of long ago was dead.- He canie home, renewed his suit, was ac cepted and is now preparing to take bis wife :back to Cauada. For many years the'bride acted as church-cleaner, and daily, dusted the altar before whioh ehe haS' now plighted her.troth a second time.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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TARALGA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

TAEALGA SEWS.,- , ■ ■(By. Our Croresjondent.J Election.—There was very- little in terest taken in the election here,' very few ladies went- to vote. On other occasions "meuwere-vknown to walk through the snow to vote, and this time they never went all.- xTonr. corespondent- inquired the'.reaBOu, and: they said they would- nofc-vote'-f or a?solicitor, or a' barrister",- and owitg to the disagreement betWcen-Bprrett and Grogan- they.'.conld* not support Barrett. At-the -present time the Stats election is;cauBinarruoro interest than ilie Federal Parliament. la the Senate, great" sympatliy is .felt -! for Griffitli's defeat. Accident.—Mr. Martin Maher of the Meadows, had the misfortune to break hiV- lfeg.. . It seems- Mr. Maher wa& putting, on'a load of: •wool when he slipped, and liis leg got through the side of the >vaggon, and falling backwards lie broke his leg between the ankle and the knee. Mr. Maher was taken to Goulburn for'treatment. ... The weather.—A-\heavy - thund...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Shocking Accident at Manly. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Shocking Aecldent at Manly, A shocking accident ooeurred on the Steyno Court Amusement Grounds on Thursdftynigbt, as a result of which Mr; (Walter IJaird, brother of the man ager of^he company, .was terribly in-: juved, audianotinepected to recover. 1'he unfortunate man was struck with a boat'loa'ded with passengers,, which was1 coming'down the ohnte at a: fear ful rate';;i,.The car,: struck Jiim - with full force^and hurled him iuto the water in.which the boats plunge'in order?tovslacken speed. Mr. Baird?s thi|?h was broken, also several ribB, and lie received concussion of the bi aiir, besides wounds arid abrasions about.> the body ot a more or less pain ful nature, ■*

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Grain at Darling Harbour. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Grain-at Darling Harbour. The secretary to New South Wales Railway Commissioners, stated in rela tion to the bountiful harvest that there were 38^000 bags of grain at Darling Hai'bour on'Monday*' These had,been accumulating since Thursday last, upon which-day the. number - of bags of grain, was 12,000., For a like period last year the number of-bags of grain deposited at' Darling Harbour: was scracely 100.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Sectarianism. (To the Editor Argyle Liberal.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Sectarianism. '; ' {To the Editor Argyle Liberal.") : ;| Sib,—The sectarian .tactics of the Freetraders in the.. late. election cam paign is the most disgraceful blot that has ever' ocouried in the. era of Now South Wales . politics. . Instead- of helping to bring the State to the :front they ave lowering.it to the utmost do I g-i'ee in the eyes of the.civilised wo»ld, i and in bringing' religion into the ! political arena they are treading on the very heels of •barbarism and are revertiner back to the. fifronve. of out primal progenitors in the boisterous time of Hecry VIII. I .am-, soiry to nave to write on this subject;'bat after reading Sir William X/yne's comments on the situation, Ithiuk I am. right. He tells ns distinctly that the success of the Freetrade party was due solely to the: A. P. D. Association. This seems bad in a. free country, and'.as Sir John See says, they may as well' have been sleeping, as Victoria has - still got. themsidelined—which is the proper way to kee...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLSPIE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

GOLSPIE NEWS, (Jsrom our Correspondent.) Boxing Day was celebrated here-by a Tennis Olub picnic of tbo Werriwa's, at the residence of Mr. G; Maynnrd, jnmv The day's play was of a rather novel order—the smokers of the club, playing non-smokers, tbo number. playing for each side being five ladies and eight gents.. Play commenced.at i about 11.30 a.ra.j and continued until i 1 p m., wheo luncheon was announced, ' which certainl} doneHsredit to • the ladies in general. - Play was resumed at 2 p.m. in a vetfy determined, yet most pleasant and agreeable; manner,1 until 7 p.m;, when the match' Was de- ! clared closed. (The game, resul ted in a I draw—another novel feature of- the i day's play -considering the - determina tion on each side for a win. . 'After tea Mr. R. Southwell, as captain, spoke on behalf of. the ladies and gentlemen who took up the Bidoof~t lie--smokers, and Mr. W. H. Mayuard,- captain, re plied in a very , suitable manner on be half of the non-smokers. Mr. Geo. Cameron...

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