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Mr. Alex. Campbell, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
Mr. Alex. Campbell, JI Ij.A When addressing his .constitu3nta at Robertson Mr. Alex. Garripbdl. M.L.A:. for the Kiama electorate, and brother • of tho.late:Mr. . Archibald > Campbell, M.L.A. for .the adjoining constituency, of Ilia warra, siiitl that a lot had been said ubout .the evil, effects of the - Lab-1 oar Party in the House, "bat it was justthe samo party •. that supported Messrs Reid and 'Oarruthe:r«; Some people thoiiglifc • the Labour Party would be wiped out at the next elec tion, but.}ie did not hold t!mt opiuion. He believed th«t at the/ nextelection theLabour Party would :bo. returned stronger than ever, aud with a gain of four, or five seats. The Opposition would not get as many:- seats: as. they expucLed, to.
The Referendum. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
The. Referendum., y The latest conn fc in the referendum vote is as follows —For 90 members there are 200,232 votes, for 100 mem bers 12,459, and for; 125 members 58j938.. /rhere were: in the ballot papers the extraordinary large num ber of 30,098 informal votes. This gives a total, of. 311,327 votes exam ined. ' There are yet others to come from the Riverina,' Darling, Ric'jmoiul and portions of the Barrier electorates.. Owing to,the distance which the re maining voting papers have to be. brought, it is doubtful whether the counting will lie completed this'w:eek.
Fiscal Fight. LONDON, Dec. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
Fiscal" Fight. London. Deo. 27: i ,Tho "Dailj Chronicle" in. commenting 1 upon the interview which' a representative of lleuter's Agoncy had with-.Miv: Deakin,, tlie Prime" Minister of Australia, admits' that the assertion of Mr. Dentin that, the Australian elections we'ro not a. rebuff to Mr. Chamberlain is correct. Tlie elections, .the newspaper states, have certainly not" i knocked tha bottom out of Mr.- Chamber lain's case in the way Mr. Keid's victory would havo done. _ ' ■" Mr. Deatin's admissions show that Mr. .Chamberlain is unable any longer to rcpre; sent his policy-as'-bne of freetrade within the Empire. Whatever enthusiasm his policy may have evoked in Australia it was because "it was in accordance with the ideals of the protectionists, j .. - The " Economist," in . discussing the Federal elections in Australia, says that the fact that labour is dominant, and the Com monwealth is ready to try a . socialist, ex periment, will not tend to improve the ■prospects of Australi...
Land For Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
Land I1 or Settlement." \ Duiiing January and February noit a large area of Crown land*"? will be made available for set- - tlemenlr In January no less than 622,766 acres will be of fered, and in February another big' batch'; - The total area -ap- - proved for submission in .Feb ruary is 24-1,457 acres, and un- " der consideration 104,499 ac. - Adding the January total, the ^ quantity approved amounts, to 867,233 acres, and with .the ~ - land under consideration, of 104.499 acres, the grand total . for the two months, which will _be re.-idy to be taken up for settlement under ihe various provisions of the land laws, comes to 971,733 acres, or nearly 1,000,000. . The Victorian Amateur Turf Oliib hold their JBo^ing Day Meeting at Cnulfield on Saturday,, "when- Cluster, won the Hopofcoun Gap and Red' Strenk f.he Juvenile Stakes.
THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
wmiw'i .1 ■- r ■- - ; T ' *v " THE WAR CLOJJD. London, Dec * 28, .Dr. Morrison, the Pekin correspondent of the ' Times,' telegraphs thai? 'Russia' is de termined, that the struggle for; Manchuria and" Korea;will not be co fined to Japan and her-: self. In the event of wtir China will not be allowed .to remain neuttal. Russia, "he -says/ is sure to make a pretext of attacking her. Br. Morri son laments- the 'tardiness of Great Britain in preparing for eventualities. ^ He declares that the preparation s of Japan are thoroughly complete. Japan's explicit promise thgt she would never recognise E«s sian:rights in Manchuria except China yielded- has 'sustained China's wavering resistance - .to the pressure of M. .Lessar, the '.Russian/Minister-..at- Eekin;.. The ' Standard' says th.-it trustworthy information: ?has reached St. Petersburg that negotiations between' ; Russia and Japan will be resumed im mediately New York newspapers . at tribute themore pacific news which has been received ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
■'Ille Literal' Directory. Solicitors— tG. 31..Clifton, Goulbnrn-street, Crookwell. sTohn Connellan, Goulbum-street, Cvook / ' : Well. Banks— ■ jBapk of N: S.W., Gowlbnni-street, Crook " •well. : E.S. nnd A.C. Bank, Gonlburn.-streefc, Crookwell. : . - Gtiemlst and : Dentist—• r: ^Mr.H.Bl(iebftd(loi-)''Gonlbu>n-street) Crook .-well. •_ ■ r.■. Dentist— sS/It. ■ C.. H. Golby- Goulburn-sfcreet, .Crook • well. ■ ■ - j - ^Prjntej-s. \W.'J.-Smith & Co., publishers ' of Argyle - ■■■■■• Liberal. Office/: Goulbum-street,' Crookwell, ;• directly opposite the - . Post Office, . . ■ ' ■ Newsagent— •E.-V. Coleman, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. Storekeeper, Newsagent, ,&lt; &c.. lAv.-KerahAW, Goulbuvn-street, Crookwell. Milliner— ' Miss A.: Harvey, Goiilburn street, Crook-, •well. . Dressmaker. : ";Miss Bcrrell, Old School of Arta, Goulbum ■■■■ "street. : Swora Valuator...■, ..k . . , .-A. J. OJIenimn, Gon.1 burn-street, Crook well :/- ■■ . Auctioneers— . Geo. McDonald and...
Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 31 December 1903
Orange Blossoms. A VERY pretty wedding took place at the Roman Catholic Church, Crook- well, on Tuesday morning last, the Rev. Father Carroll performing the ceremony. The contracting parties were Miss Charlotte Elizabeth Storrier, daughter of Mrs. William Storrier, of Gullen Flat, to Mr. William John Gorman, son of Mr. Phillip Gorman, also of Gullen Flat. Miss Louise Storrier, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. A. E. Gorman filled the post of best man. The bride looked charmingly pretty in a grey voile dress with wreath and veil. The bridesmaid was attired in blue voile &nbsp; with picture hat. A large number &nbsp; gathered at the church to witness the pleasant. function, and all were well supplied with rice and rose leaves &nbsp; with which to greet the happy couple after the ceremony. But they were doomed to disappointment in that re- spect, as the bridal party gave them the slip by executing a splendid flank movement from the rear of the ch...
Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904
Here, There & Everywhere (Obi hbeDj Cullicd, and Contributed) ' Mrs -Piper Into of Miillioii ; Creole,• •now' residing near Wellington, on Christmas Day celrbratud the 104t!i anniversary ohher birUiday..': . . • _ , During n quarrel at Blackal! (Q.) Thomas Elliott- was ; knocked down find .: : when picked- up vwns ; dead. •• Mr Frank Fiir.iell ser.t in his resig nation ■ 0;ir ^Thursday as me-nber . for Ryde. T-lie . Liberal-: : aud .Reform. Lenguo has ari'au,god^a*meetiug ;o£ tne officers of-bran«)™ip*of; the association, to solect a cand^fwe for Hyde. 1 ho Victorian regulation-forbidding officers of the public' service to take, part iin 'polities, otherwise than:;re-: cording:their votes,has been abolished; A n«w regulation; provides that public officers may further tlie views of olie candidates they desire to see elected. • At a concert of tlio Amalgamated Society -of "Engineerb,* it -was stated that-tlie membership, 99,O0Oj niade -it thu strongest labour organisation-1 in...
British Fiscal Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904
B ri tisli Fiscal Policjr. Mti Deakin -sent a-» .message,' to Mr. Ohamberlaiu urging him to visit. Aus tralia in •fuYtlrdrnnce- of ■ tlid prefer-; ential trade.campaign. . Miv.Uhamber lain oab'-ed a reply, stating that lie was. unablo' at present to accept the in vitation, as at this stage of the great campaign for unity of : Empire lie oon siderjei he could'best servo tho:&lt;suuso. by dovotmg himself to its ■: promotion at home. "■■■'■ Losnox, Jan. 1. Tlio ' Times " says that-Mr. Deakin would hardly voffturo to invito Mr. Ghamberlaiu unless confident that he lias the approval and sympathy -vt the great majcrity.' of Australians ; but that it if. hardly likoly Mr. Chamber- i lain would convert a holiday abroad in IM;r..inry- into a fiscal campaign in the antipodes ; yet . thuro -.tiro . hopes, the paper udds; thac Miv Chamberlain wili soon be-able t.o accept au invitii tiqn, arid will proba'Uybc able to eau cafe'Australia and New Zealand tr | oiifw. s: il lr, .more . eitijc...
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904
The W (Hither. An exceptionally cold '-.change too't placo in the w e a th o n d i t i o n s 11 e 1 o on Saturday.'. During the holidays exception illy hot weather pro vailed, but Saturday morning Broke cloudy, and-a few showers fell during the Jay. On Sunday a strong westerly. wind blew all day accompanied- at intervals by rain and sleet. The day was pierc ing cold. . Yesterday, .however, was fine,- and appear?noes.poino to it con tinuing so. 'l'ho showery weather that has prevailed of late is greatly hampering harviisting operations in :th s district.' The rainfall regibtered at the local post office" for last month was 3 inches 48 points with 10 days wet, and for the corresponding month of last year 1- inches 3rf points- with 11 wet days. The. rainfall for the present year up to 9 o'clock yesterday morning is 72- points.
THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904
THE WAR CLOUD. London, Jan. The Kiushiu railways have been ordered to-morrow to transport -5000 troops to Nagasaki, whence they will .embark for- Korea. Japan is equip ping three fust mercantile steamers as armed cruiscrs The Chinese Imperial. Rail way lias withdrawn its rolliug Bfcoolc from the Not th, and in the event of trouble China will ask Great Britain to take over the line. M. Pavloff, the Russian Minister to Korea, is straining.- every -nerve, to in doee iKorea to lease ;Mesampho and Chiuhai for Russian naval stations. The Russian cruiser Almaz lias sailed- from Libau, on the-Baliic, for Port Arthur. Tho report of the recall of the Rus.'iau transport Kazan has been contradicted. ...The transport lias passed through (he Suez Canal with 2000 pick d troops for Port Arthur.
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904
'' : - BAIL\VAY;.PARCELS. RATES.' ".Thafollowiug is'.tlo'soivle' of: chargos for'?; the-camngo ol pai'cela^on the 'Government-' Stamped Parcels (Prepaid) Kates. Up to 40 miles—31b. and under, 3d; 31b.1 to 71b., 3d; 71b. to 141b., Cd; 14lb. to 281b., Od; 281b. to 561b., 1/ ; 561b:' to&lt; 841b. fl/G; every • additional J4Uh>&lt;. qt> pait theieof 3d. For: 51 to :150 miloa—31b. and .under flJi.; ' '31b. to 71b9d; 71b.,to 141b., 1/; 1411). to 281b., 1/0 j 281b: to 56lb.y2/G1 • 561b.': ■ to 8^1b,, 3/6 ; every additional* 141b.! or pt rt thereof, 9d. : ' • . For 151 to 200 miles—81b. and under.-l/1; 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. to 141b„ 1/9.; 14'b. to 281b., 2/i); 281b, to 5Glb., -i/ ; ■ 5(>ltvto 841b.. 5/3; every additional * 14lb. or part thereof, 1/. ■■■■■■' Over 300 nnlos—31b..and undoiv.;l/G :,31b.: to 71b., 21; 71b. to 141b., 2/6 j 14!b. to ; 281b., 4/, 281b.- to olilb., C/j 5Glb. to . ;841b., 8/v every additional 141b; orpari. tlieicof, 1/6. All fractions of 3d...
SPORTING. Cricket. ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904
SPORTING. Cricket. ENGLA.ND Y. AUSTRALIA; The second' test match /\vna ; com menced : oil the -Melbourne Crickot Ground ~ou Now YoarV Day. The Englishvcaptain .won tuo toas. uud de cided to but The .result of . the first day's play vvas two - wickets for 221 I'lius; • /['he matchwas continued on Saturday.- ITouteiy who was not out 49 on- Fridays was too ill wi li ton Holitis to continue his iiiuiiigs.-,.Noble;: the Australian: captain, "however,inti mated tlmt if: he desired he could post pone the resumption of. his iiminftB till Monday. .Tyldesley (56 not out) was therefore"accompanied to tho wickets by liraund. ■ Shortly, after p,ay. started on.Saturday rain began to fall,'- which stopped play until after lunch, when it cleared off and.the gome was resumed. At the conclasiou of the day!s pl&y,the score stood as follows :t— England:—First innin/ja.: Warnciyc Dull, b Trumbla "... ... .68 Ilayward,. o: Gregory,- b Hopkins ■ ... 68' boater,' retired'.temporarily - ... 49 Tylde...
Bricks Galore! [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904
Jiricks Galore ! ;Somi: of cur'speculnlive residents have: boiiu-lieard to romurk tliafc: thoy Avoulcl ' build-more:housesiifthpyicould get tlie b'luks. .:.' Now'On r bumg questioned nbont .tlie matter, Miv J;. Willis; of the .iC'iookwell:bt-ick kilns, states ihafcr. lio ,'liaSrii/lurge':nniTibui''Ot bucks ou linnd, and oau .Hjn.ply unr.ofdcr on trusted to. turn.*
GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904
GOTTLBURN.TO CROOKWELL LINi,.. A train-leaves Goulburn daily, Sundays ' and Wednesdays axceptod, at 7.20 ' • . Boslyn, 8.55 ; arrives CrooUwell ■ 9.50. A train leaves :Grookwell daily; ■ Sundays and Wednesdays, excepted, ■ at 3.10 p.m. ; Boslyn, 3.55; : amves Goulburn " 5 30. ' On Wednesdays trains -leave Goulburn "at 5J5 a.m. :vud 3. 20;_p.m. ;■ Roslyniti.-lU. a.m. mid 4.45 ,p.m;; arrive ,at_Crook--: well 7.30 a.m. and 5.40 p.m. On'Wednesdays trains leave Crookwell at '; 8.5 a.m.; and G.20 .p.m.; Bosl.vn, 8 40 • : a;m. and 0.50. p. m; s: arrive Goulburnv 10.10 a.m. and 8.25 p.m. ' .