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Our Navy Company. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Our Navy Company: A musical treat will bo givefl in the Crookwell School, of Arts; on Saturday and Monday nights next by the above company. Owing to the holidays and tiie wire from the manager, notifying the company of the engagement here on Boxing night not being delivered in time, they wcie unavoidably com pulled to postpone their, visit , for a week. A ball will be held after the performance. For further particulars see the advertisiseraent elsewhere in thiB issue. ;

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

Valedictory Social. Tub above; which -was organised by lady ; friends as a; send-oft' ; to Mrs. Lodeiy wlio is taking her dopai'tnre to.Sydney, eveijluated in .the-. School. of Arts on Tuesday night, there being a large attendance of friends. The. music was in the capable, hands of Mif>s;B. Pinn, who, needless to state, giwe getieiai satisfaction. - " The extras were played by Mr W. Oliver. Mr. C. Golby made an efficient M.C. Mr. J. Tozer, J.'P., in a neat and ap propriate speech, on behalf of the ladies, pm-ented Mrs. Lodev with a gold brooch Bet with : amethysts and. sapphies.; Mr; R; A; Howland snitably responded on behalf of Mrs- Loder. Daring the evening songs were nicely rendered by Misses. Warn, grosser, Shanaliah, Mrs. Golby and: R. -A. -Howland. We understand that Mrs. Loder: will . lea^e hero by train.--this afternoon

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

i Road Tfliidfirs. The lowest .leader received for con tract No. 21, road, Golspie to Bonlyn, was Mr- A. Wilson,, the price being £196. There were only throe teudeis -received.: ■ By - what . we. can :' glean Mr. Wilson's tonder is practically ac cepted, but certain formalities have yet to be complied with. . r - Perth, itfotiday^r-rTho opening event of the Weak Australian Turf 'Club Races • to-day ■ (the : ■ Metropolitan Hurdles)'euded disastrously, for the well-known Jockey, J; G. F^rrell; re^ iceived iiijuries to .which he succumfed at • o o'olock, and hia mount. ljunedin, was eo badly hurt that ho will prob ably be unable to race again.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Crookwell Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Crook well.Towu Band. The towu: will be considerably en livened on. New Years' eve, by, the Grookwell Town Band, .wbich intends playing in front of the various " busi ness places in Goulburn-sli'eef. We underitand some new music has:. been obtained, aud as theraembers|have been practising assiduously of late, , those .who have the privilege of hearing the baud perform to night may rely on some first-class umsic being discoursed.'

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The Little Gourmand. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

T.lio Little Gourmand. Mable (aged five) :: ^Marama", I.shall soon be tall, now-?' Mamma: Why, dear,?' Mabel : ' <^>h, because I eat until I'm ijull up to my. chin, and the food will be sure to push my head up a bit.' < Mistress: Mary, didn't I see you talking to the policeman this morn ing Mary: No, ma am ;: it was him talk ing to me about i he elections. • V • First Man rwish yoa would shoot that dog of yours! ; '^Hei annoys the whole neighbourhood. Second Man: I-will if you'll s'aoot your aaughtet oriburn'your piano. ' # # * Ernie: Is Mabel really snch a crank on tlje Bubjecc of microbes ? Etnily : ,'I: should say bo. - Why-j Bhe won't let a man kiss her unless ho'B had his moustaclie'storiliscd.

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PltJCES OTRRENT: is between the producer and, Jirst: r/pnrcAaser.J- ■ WJieat, 2/9 ipeiv bushel Oats, 2s .to:2s'3d bushel ■: Maize, to 3s ;9d bushel. • Flour, JE9 15s to J!ll ton Bran, 9d to lOd per bushel . Pollard, l()d to Is -per bushel Oil Cake, 8s per cwt Chatl (oaten) '_S2 to Ji2 10s per ton Potatoes—^Jircul^iTHeada (eatiug) to jE3. Opiops.iis per:cjvt. (awj . Eggs, 9d per dozen ' Butter (factory;, 9d, dairy 7d Bacon, 9d ; haius, 91d Beeswax, lOd lb Horsehair, lOd to Is Lard, 6d lb Sheepskins, 5d to 6}(1,1b Hides, 8jd lb • Poultry—Fowls, 3/ to 3/6 pair; ducks, 3/ tp 3/3 pair ; • ge_ese, 5/-,tp 6/ j 1'pvkoys—hens, 5s .to 7s, gobblers 8s to 13s pair.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

GOULBtTjtK' .PRICES CURRENT.- : Wheat, 2s 8dper bunhel . iUoiiiy .£12 Os to .£12 10s Bran, 6}d to 71d bushel : Maize, S/G.buahel ' . ; Barley (for feeding purposes)) -3/9 to 4/ Oats—feed 2/9 to 3/, seed 2/9 to 3/ Hay, jE2 0/ to £2 5s to a Straw, J62 5/ to JB810<i ton Chaff, £3 to £3 10/ ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, 6s per cwt. : \ Butter—factory 8d, dairy 7d Lard, 8Jd to 9Jd lb Eggs, lOd dozen Potatoes, JB3, to i23 10s ton: Brownells (seed) £;i . Os Cattla—Bullocks jB4 .5s,to j£11 5s; cows J23 5s to J25, heifers iM to iM 19s; springers £5 Os t.o ,57.15s, steers .£3 to JB5 10s' . " . > ■ ■ ■ Sheep—Wethers 10s to 15s j ewes .12/6 to I5s Pigs—-Fat to i>3 ; porters? 29s to.40s; stores 12s to 22a j slips ,10s to 12s, suckers 7/G to 9s.6d Beef (retail) 4idto6dlb Mutton ,, 3jd.to 5d. Hides, 3id'to 4d per lb 1'allow,.£18 to>822 per ton Wattle bark, io ££, hickory to 30s ton Poultry—Fowls 4s to Gs pair ; turkeys— ■ gobblers 17s 6d to 30s, hens 8/6 to 9s; • ducks 4/6 to...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Terrible Scences at New York Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Terrible Scciicesat NewYorkFire. A terrible fire ,occurred in a large tenement .house, and resulted in 25 persons, including throe women and one baby, being burned to' 'death or suffocated. Had it not been for the heroic work of-the firemen, probably; three times as many would have been killed. Mounted '.on scaling ladders, the firqaien lifted - the panic-stricken tenants from ' the fire-escapes and tossed . them into life-nets held by other .fireman- and policemen below. The occupants of the building .(says; ;tlie ' Telegraph,' London]) were Ital ians, Hungarians, Austrians, Ii'ish, and. Germans,1 which gave the place its name; the ' House of All Nations,' and not less than 200 persona were crowded into'the rooms of the ", five floor structure when the fire broke o.ut. The agony which those who. . perished had suffered :wajs shown by the man-, ner in which the bodies were found. •Que had been'suffocated as he knelt in prayer. A - woman died with her child pressed to her breast in a...

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Gory Fight with Grow Indians. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

<Kory Fight witii Grow Indians. A Fierce fight beWeen Crow Indiana and a poase of sheriff's officers occurred ab Jiusk, Eastern - Wyoming, U.S.A. The sheriff was killed and three; depu tios wounded,< awhile three Indians were killed and several woundod. The officers -who : escaped made then way back to Lank, and gave the alarm, while -the Indians hastened toward the Bad Land, in;South .Dakota, car rying their dead'and . wounded with them. 9 >

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Soldier Executed for Striking an Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Soldier Executed tpr Striking ah Officer. A. soldier nttined. Yuen, of the '3rd battalion of sappers, was executed.on tlw !VLlna (Susaia) parade ground; in the presence • of ];the,-entire:. garrison i and a large numbtir of civilians. He had been sentenced'to death for strik ing a captain who- had reprimanded him for having hismniform. in a dirty and neglocted state.;. : :1

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Poet's Corner. [WRITTEN FOR THE Argyle Liberal.] THE OLD YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Comer ^WRlTTFlf roa THE Argyfc Liberal] THE OLD TEAR. _,Jwnidrtho iconta of.fragrant jmetida, , Where now the buoyant bii-c-tribes sing. Jn sweeter trills than spoke ths reeds . '' At Miriam'a touch' that ancient spring ■ '^Vhen Egypt's, King, in raving pride, . Sought , Qod'tr: will to. oyer-ride ; ■ i.This jo j oils worn; so blytba and fair, • JWith maids so sweet and lifa ao dear, I shudder in my soul of rhyme, ,To sec withal,.a mystic bier,- ■<'•■■■■ . !: And, 'mid th''inerry bird-chimes,'hear The (o/h'np':beh of timo. -1 Old wraiths, new-robed, : 11 know have brought '■ ' That sacred bier unto the. ken , - ' Of 'hate, and 'ifcrife.and ruthless sport— • The weary wold of living.meu; i'Xnd in those, gunny hours of morn, While children reap th'ripening corn", Arc writing on its; crest Rnniwdark, yet strangely clenr— '.'iTh* records of the dying yeat— ,|r "By God and man invest— Th' friendships, "shadows, seasons stfed, : The treasons—a.id: the rest; v ^■yVIhile gracious...

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

CROOKWJJIfl/ ( Amateur Bicycle Club. CYCLING. CARNIVAL, (NEW YE/VR'S DAY (Jan. 1), ^iThesfolJowingi-progjiammo will be rua off rON CRQQKWELL SELOWGROUND ■ ■■■■ > On ^ew -iKearte Day;■■ : - Jiarge nnmber-of -Entrrea asanred," and an . • • ..excellent day'ssporfc certain. v;- ^Entrance to Ground-—Adult a 1/, .Children PROGRAMME: (1.) NOVICE HANDICAP, (open to Ama - • teurs); distance, ? mile; entrance Is, -prize, trophyvalue iBl, second 5/. ; 1(2.) ARGYLE - HANDICAP (members only); distance, 1± mile ; entrance, - 2/; firstprize,; trophy, "valua £2; ' * second 10/. «. - t (a.) WEREIWA HANDICAP (open to ■;' amatjurs),','.-distance;-1} .'mile; en < • • ;itrance,:2/6 ;>.firs£prizo, trophy value £2 10/, aecond, trophy value XI, third, 10/. -'<4)- cTOWN" HANDICAP (members only) r ■..■.■■■■' 1 distance,' £-mile; entrance^/.; first'; . • .ff ^ fpnzey-'tKgjhy- vahie'.'jeSr aboond 10/. :(5): .BlcyOLECHAIRS s.(open;ito ama-, '■ -r- viteurs) -^entrance »1/.; . first pr...

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

DENTISTRY. iMR. CHARLES H. GOLBY, Dental Surgeon, '.'Qoulburn-streefy CrookwelV opposite E. S and A. B ink. i - fPainless Extractions & Fillings* Visits Taralga first Monday in each month—Next visit,"• .Tun. 4th. ■ - ALL WORK, GUARANTEED. MR, H. BLACKADDER, DENTIST, CROOK WELL, . VISITS TARALGA third SUNDAY and MONDAY in EACH MONTH, and may be consulted at MOONEY'S AEGYLE INN. Data of Next Visit: ■ 17tk and 18th JANUARY. NITROUS OXIDE GAS ADMINIS TERED. ■ ,

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

CABLES. - , Lieutenant-Oolonel Kenna, . V.O., .witlv.200: 'British and Indian Mounted .Infautry and 250 other troops, sur prised" 2000 dervishes at- Jidballi, Somaliland. Throe hours' fighting en sued, during which 80 dervishes were killed and 100 others wounded. . The British' casualties were nominal. Major-General Sir C. O. JjJgerton, who is commanding the forces in? Somali land, is ■ moving -down the Nogel • .Valhiy, driving the Mullah- before him. ■ .■:■■■■■:y ■■' ■ ■■ ■ ■ • •• ■ ■ Three men entered the honse of M. Davidovich, a former Statu: {councillor and: one of the y wealthiest, citizens of Belgrade. They killed M. Davidovich: and dangerously- wounded his wife and daughter, also two servants. One of the murderers has been arrested. Sergeant Copp. of the German Army, has been sentenced ,to 141 months' imprisonment for behaving | oruelly to soldioTrs, In all 170'charges of maltreatment were proved against Sergeant Kopp. One of his victims committed suicide . in order to . avo...

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Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

Here, There & Everywhere (Cri bbed, Culled, and .Contributed) A boiler explosion occurred: at tho Collingwood- -Wool-scouring '.'W^rks,' ,Liverpool, on Fridav morning. Two men were seriously ■ injured,- and con siderable damage was done to the works. *#* As a result of a fight at Woolloomoo on Christmas day a single man named Caulfied was killed. * #- ♦ > ■» : Three Chinamen wero arrested on: Friday .while coming ashore from- a steamer. Upon being searched,-they. were found to be in pofisession of 16, 12, and eight tins of opium respect ively. *** The Tramway Union of New South Wales, the Locomotive Engine Driv ers, Firemen, and 'Cleaners' Union, and - the Railway Traffic Association have adopted u const itution for .a: Grand Council of Railway and Tram way Unions. "The combined member ship of the unions affiliated with the grand couucil exceeds^5-^00 men. . pled'go similar- to • $i£it ^given fcy mem-, bers of_- the Parliamentary Labour Party will be required of candidate...

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THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Dec. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

the war cloud. London, Dec. 25. The Prime M inister of "Japan and the Minister, for War have conferred with Marquis Ito «nd' Marquis^ .Tamagata in connection with important develop. metits in the dispute betweon Japan and Russia. . '■■■■ It is reported that the railways have been .ordered to be in readiness to transport 7:0^000 troops. :■ These are to be sent from tlie north islani to the south. Only.those inured to a cold climate will be chosen. Reports from Tientsin slate ;-that Russia and Korea have signed a secret treaty. • The treaty■ gives Russia' control of the army of Korea' through' Russian army instructors. , v ' An American warship lias been ordored to Cheroulpho, in Korea. The newspaper press at Tokio urges the immediate dispatch of troops to Korea, owing to the menace to Japan-, ese interests there. ' IutTokio there ;is: a- growing im pression that.thedispatcli of troeps is inevitable ' ' , ' The Hong Kong, correspondent '-.of :the " Daily Mail " . reports that ■- the B...

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DAPHNE. CHAPTER II. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

— ~r^. —r-—: DAPHNE. jGflAPTER II. (Continued.) "It is really you !" a joyful voice exclaimed, as the box door opened ; and there was Paphne, still witli thai iJovely colour in her cheeks, turning round and holding out her hand in its long white glpyvan'd looking-at him °¥?ith.happy troubled eyes.. " Mother, here is Sir. Uolsover !" she said, draw ing him forward with one of her old< ahildish impulses. I .had 'no idea you were in England. We.all thought "we had said ' Good-bye.' -to you that ^time far .years find'years." ' J.'Bnt you see fate - was not so hard on irie," Bolsover replied, his face •seeming to reflect the light on hers, as he made his bow to Mrs". Chester ; and, ,in,a few hurried words, lie explained vflie .reason of his unexpected • retn *-r» -and the change in.hia prospcc^. > - ; Jjn.pnn** th hei\ t?yoF nxecl. on his face; sho said nothing.. It.was Mrs. Chester who congratulated Mr. BQl'sqVe?- w^th charming, gracfc, an3 •.• Vho look* d at him , witlv a...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

CHURCH SERVICES. 1 ■; .CpTJJJCp.;; OP ENaHND. . . ' | , iFollo)ving aro tie services for- Sunday flext : CrookwlUS n.m.(Holy. Comnmnion) .Crooswoll, 11 a.m. jCrooksvell.7.30 p.m. ■ iCrpoifwell; Wodno'aday, -7.30 p.m. ■ JDe<j. 31.—Crookwell,;ll.'l5 p.m., Wfttcli . flight-Service.' ■BWi Ben Dore Bryant, Rector,

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

Schol of Arts, Crookwell. SATURDAY ANdIqNDAY NIGHTS, JANUARY 2 AND 4. OurNavyCo. Aii nltogethor ^Novel,. High-class . and. .'Charming Entertainment. . MR. 3. ROBERTSON, Direct from London, irith an intensejy ^fascinating eerie s flf moving scenes - of ■ : Life in the Royal Navy; Illustrated Songs by Talented Artists. . That charming Op# ratio and..Ballad Vocalist, MISS LULU ZESCH, - Late of Mr. Harry Riokard's Tivoli Theatre bydney, in latest beautifully .< illustrated songs and ballads. MISS NINA ROCHESTER, The Gifted Contralto, late of .Williamson's . Opera Company,- Sydney. Little Jessie Zesch, The Clever ChildSerio & Dancer,- Lyceum ■ 'iheatre. terrible Eartbpto Disaster at Minimi, ' The greatest calamity since Pompeii;' :. - Popular Pricos—8s, 2?, Is; Children ' half - price to all parts of house. A BALL WILL FOLLOWTHE ENTER. 'UA-INMENT.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903

' ,PHR3BYTERtA*! CHDBCH. Tarnlga, 11 ft.in. Yalbruith. 3 p.m. i Tariilya,'?.,30,p. m. Preacher—Rev. C. Crime, B.A.

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