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A Sudden Death. BATHURST, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

A-Su<l(lesi Death. 1) Amu Rax,. 1'ridny. OsHOUNH Citest.erfn yoaug man o rgiuv-.. ;ist. at -.tlit* Gthin-iegatnonnl . Church' AVollongong, and- a, member of- t>lie J l.twaira District.Gboii", competing at the Musical and Litera'-y Association • eouipeti.ion, died- this morning. Ho went for a vide-on a-biclyele and got ^vorhoa'och.-iOii.vytavriiiig'.-liev.iook^a lirmk-^ot lijoil. water, causing an uouIe ■ attack of colic, aec'om'paniud by violent •vomiting.,- ■ - An--}. operation . became necessary, to - wliieli - lie- succumbed. | Tlie remains wereiiuleiTudrthisr-'after- I noon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

Learn the ISTew Shorthand No matter where you live,, WE WILL TEACH YOU '' Shorthand. • 21 lessons iov 21/.; postage extra. ( Only three lessens tc write notes; 21 to "completion. •V 1 Our correspondence system, o£ Tuition' lias rgiyen Rksults;^ Unchallenged. v BE UP-TO-DATE! Study the SiMBLEST-atid Mo§x Pkacticat, System.- > j > Write foe,PakticuXajis/.; ■ W. CHARLTON H[JB1JLE, ^ Gibbs' Chambers, ' "J .Moore-st., Sydney

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Crookwell Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

• , Gi'ookwel l Town Bund. Tun above, as notified in last -issue, played onfc onKow Year's evo -before t.ho various business. places in Goul-.' : burn-street. The evening was consid erably brightened up by the appear ance cf the ban'dr w|ncli stared play ing nt the oast' end- of the ■ street . at .'8:15, finishing at, the opposite end at 12 p in. Goutribulioiis wore collected on behalf oE-the band.dnring the even ing for the. purpose ot' buying new; --music, and tlio-very substancial sum of £8 9a'iic-. was the resti1t, M r. Si Mo Gniuess of the OonjineTcial Hotel iiuaduigft:K!-]isfc ■wifch'-the Jiandsome Uonatioiij^

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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. TUESDAY JANUARY 5, 1904. Fish in the Crookwell River. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

m .<41 "= liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Jlwpartfal*—Not Neutral:'■ ; 3Prvih% eon- loeehf since the world.ber/aa, Titfoe of tt/rtw fx and the friend of man. TOES5DAY JANUARY" 5, 11104.: JlshintlieCrooTiwollRiver. 2'J iriH be remembered Hint a conpign jnwuJ of ' Jroiit • h'y* .wns sent np to .Cnw&well byJllie-Fislierif s depart:-, tijtiii sonjeyenrs a-oV and' these were Kbexaled in different parts of the rivei by 3lr„ i\Ym. liensley J P. - 0>ie would be: inclined to think (lint tlic grant jbick ofwnler in '.the river 'driving..the •bnnnnnlly .dry years that we-havn had ■H>o>4l>eir liberation would hnvo killed Ana all, hut. notwithstanding these taofavourahlu circumstances then* arc -Ma i&'rtisniids of .the finny tribe - in' tic stream, especially in. the deep Ixdes nTong its conrse. There are two Yfcrielies, one- being the rainbow trout. jThitf beautiful Hsh is \ery nice to eat, and many two pounds . weight have ber» ewight. vTi.ero is. also ano...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

:'{(gg!e Liberal' Directing *- Solicitors— G. '.T; Clifton;-Goiilbuvn-street, Crookwell. •• • Johjj.-Gonnollftn.vGoulburnrafcrcefc, . Crook-, well. Banks— '•Basic <of N.S.Wi.Gaiilburn-street.^Crook woll. ;EV.S/ *andv AX3. Bank, Goulburn-atreet, ' Crookwell. ■= Chemist and..Dentist— Mr. H.'BlnckaddeiyGovilburn-sti'eet; Crook well DentlBt— Mr. C.- Hi. Golby-Goulburn-Btreet, Crook - • welt Printers •fWi J. ■ Smith & Cot;' publishers o£ Argyle i , Liberal. -Office : Goullmrn-streefc, ' Crookwell,! directly opposite tin Post Office. Newsagent— Ei-V-s ©oleman, GoulbHrn-streefc, Crookwell. r..-, /Storekeeper,' Newsagent, &c. < r A. Kershaw,' Goiilburn-street, Crookwell. . Milliner— •- Miss A. .Harvey, Goulburn street, Crook - ■well.'' ' - ^ Dressmaker. ■ Miss Bcvroll,'01d School of,Arts, Goulburn atreet, 'Sworn Valuator. . A.J.Glemiaii, Goulburn-street, Crookwell Auctioneers— -Geo.HcDormld and Son; Goulbiu-n-3treet, Crookwell. ?E.tiC.„Biayjv-GouIInii'n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

' ,OUR POLICY - - THE AJJGYLE LIBERAL is not owned, I'-subsidised, ..controlled, ^or - ninr at the. ' •dictation or~ feuffrfmce of.. any • ebque or • I'partyvi butv as a- free ..> and • lsdopendent: |'journal<in.;tlie.interests, ; of- producers; lilts oolumps are;open for.tjiejreo discus-, r^ion'of'all publie'-matters.i while: all are •'inrited.to contribute, items; of' intarest itouching pastoral,-agricultural, mining, • \ and-sociali matters. 'TliisjournalwiUba.. i outspoken, "consistent, ^impartial;- and I'-representative,: and on:,this policy we Ljwiir i rely .'t or its" 'success , und : advance-; "ment. fgpflgl itlBe;';£ Compi^^^ '.daya.for any, business to .jog along;1 in'tha ;' ■ old^fosjiioned ninnnM;;.Busin^a-jonen.)';, 'mlisfSprdclai^ their-ATaves,-and do :tluB^mp8t.tj I£. : lfc- Vfr.W:*.**

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

POSTAL' NOT HIS.' The public are afforded the opportunity of, transmitting.- smalls sums: - of - money through the Post within; that Sfcateivaud ■ to Quecnshind, Victoria, South Auatralia, Tas mania, :by.means>of.Postal- Notes.'- " k Postal Notes-of; the ;followjng..valne>.inav: be obtained »at:any.Money rotder Offioa -.ip ti> o.State- onv 'pay ment-. of: the pou ndagjt specified in connection herewith— - %■. Value..- Poundage... Value. Poundftgo.^ B. d. d. 1. d. d. 1 0 - j i" 6 '1 1 B J 5 0 U 2 0 1 • ' . 7 :g '. ro-j. 2 C 1 - 10 0 3 • 0 1 10 e 3 c 1 J5'0 3 0 1 20 0 3 .. I'ersoiis may i o.-nit culd pence1 up to M; < ,by.:affixing, uiio!iliU.-r:it.;(i' postage stumps - to the .face.of .tlu> Postal -.Notes,-and -the valuo.of tho stamps affixed . thoreto will-be ■ paid oh piesentation. _ A • Postal^ Note may-be.- crossed,-' and. tha ■PoBtni;is(or snail refuse to pay it except tp.s a banker. „ , "vAdditional-.poundage/equal to tlio orig inal-poundage, will-bo char...

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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

Postal-ami Hallway Infovmaliotj. „ Mails Ci.ob^ at ■. Crookwell— i„ * For Goulburn, viaLagg.au aod Woodhoiisflv •• ••• lee, ftt 4 p ro. on Monday, Wednesday, and JTuduy;1 and by direct roiite at _ 4 45 on Tuesday, ilJijirsday, and Sat in day. For Binda, Tuesday,- Thursday,, and ;Sat- ■ in day, at 10.43. * A -For Pejar andKmlla, Tuesday, Thursday, : and Saturday, at 11.45 a.m. For Glengarry,^Saturday, at .10.30 a.in. For Whewo; Tuesday and ; Saturday; ;l;+5,. p ui. x Mails arrive at Ckoocwei.i.— -> ■-< ! From ■- Goulburn, ym - Lag-pan - and. Wood-; - <;; v. ■ ..i-.houselee, Tuesdays Thursdayj ajidtSat-: . . ; . urday, ac / 9.45 n .in,; and-by direst :. r •: routu on Monday,. ' Wednesday, .and Fuday, at !> a m From Binda, Mpnday, • Wednesday,, and ' ■ Fuday, at 3 p.m. From.'l'ejar p.nd Kialla,"rue.-!divy; Thur8da.yg v and Saturday, at 11 u m. From Glengany, Fuday, at 3 30. From Wlieeo, Tuesday ■■ and Saturday,, jl -.p.m. .

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first Purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

COMMERCIAL- ' CROOKWELL- BEIGES CURRENT. (That tlte-'-producer.-' an&-. first : :Pliychascr*J ■ Wheat, 2/9- per l?ushol Oats, 2s to .to 3d buuhel. . ' Maine, to !is 9d bushel. . Flour, JJ9 to £10 ton Bran, 9d to lOd jjer bushel . Pollard, lOd to is pCjj bushul• Oil. Cake, 8s per cwfc V. Chait' (outon)>.JB2.t'o ..J32 lOs'.per ton . Potatoes—Circular Heads (eating) to.JBS. , Onions, lis por cwfc. (iiew) Eggs,'9d pov.dozen \ Butter (factory;, 9d,-dairy 7d • . Bacon, 9d ; hums, 95d v • Beesyriuc,. l6d lb". .• - Horsehair,' lOd-trf Is \ . Lard, (id lb Sheepskins, f>d to Old lb Hides,_3id. lb Poultry^Powls, 3/ to 3/6 pair; ducks, 3/ to 3/3 pair j .'. geese, 5/- to G/'; Turkeys—liens, 5s'to 7s, gobblers 8s-to 13s pair

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New Year's Eve. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

New Year's Eve. Tue death of the old year and the birth of the uewvpixssed off very quietly in Ci'ookwell, the only attraction being tho music supplied, by the local band, which was liatfnod to by a large num ber in .tho street. " - Wiitclmight ^services wore . con ducted at St.-Bartholomew's (C.E.) and tbo Method isf. y£!huroliAt ■ bo t h chuvcheSi.there ''were.-good congrega tions. * - '

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

GOUIiBUJ&X PJIIOES, CURRENT: Wheat, 2s-8dper bushel- ■' Flour,''.E12 Os to J512 10s Braii, GAd to 7id bushel Maize, 3/6>bushel Barloy (for feeding purposes), 3/9 to 4/ Oats—feed 2/9 to 3/, seed 2/9 to 3/ Hay, U32 0/ to J&Z 5s ton . Straw, ,£2 5/ to 10* ton Chaff,i£3 to i3 10/ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, Gs'per owt. ■ • . Butter—factory. 8d-,: dairy 7d : Lard, 81d to 9-id lb ' . Eggs, lOd dozen Potatoes, £3 to £3 10s ton; Brownells • (sood) •£■! ;0s " Cattle—Bullocks «£4 5s to <811 osj cows .£3 5s to ~JJ5, heifers .£4'to-;g4 19s; springers <E5-0s to £7 log, steers £3 to £6 10s Sheep—Wethers . 10s to 15s j ewes 12/G to I5s\ Pigs—Fat to £3'; porl-ers~2!JS' to 40s; stores 12s to 22a j slip? 10s to ,12s , . suckers-7/6 to.9s 6d Bortf (retail) •! J(1 to Gtl lb , Mutton ,, 3ld to 5d. Hides, 8Jd to 4d per lb 'l'allow, i518 to £22 per ton Wattle bark, to £i, hickory, to 30s ton Poultry—Fowls 4s to Gs pair; turlcoys— gobblers 17s (id to 30s, hens 8/...

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

Church ofi England. The teniloi'.of'Measrs. King and Arm-1 strong'^Gonlbnrn) lias been accepted for tho erection ot a new church at: •Grookweli-.'ir.-The pv-ico.o£ the. tender i ia £756, anil-tlio'. w/iole of the woik is to be completed in 26 weeks from the 2Gtli Decerned',- s<> .that by tho eiid of June next tlie Church ot ISugland residents of-this portion of the-diocese will havi) a:new,vcliurcli to lurid their services in; "^lieinow building- is to ■ be bviiit of blue-stone with sandstone faemga ; , it Avllb be 55 teefc long and •2'i 'feet wfdd/" * A porch and belfry will also be greeted, the belfry on the ' west .end of -; the chuvch, At r. C. I£. Manfred. (Goulbiu'tv) ia the architect, and when tho.chnrch is completed - it will be another ornament to our pro gres&ivetown-and district.

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

;HOM32BUSH VAT STOCK S'ALES (From our Representative.) > ; HoMEiiusir, Wednesday. - s About 16,606 sheep and Jamb: penned; from 57 consignors. Attend anoe good. Tlio market opened to -free competition at'.the values faHng, on last sale, clay, . casing, liowevev,, as the sales progressed; especially on the heavier descriptions. . Quotations 'SHEEP. ' SHORN. , V Merino Wetli'ers, 16/6 to 17/6 Merino Ewes, 14/0 to'15/0 Crossbred Wethers, 17s to 18/6. „ Ewes, 15/ to 16/6. WOOLLY. Merino -Wethers, to 19/10. LAMBS. • Competition moderate at a declin® in values.1 Prices: Prime suckers 14s to ] 5s 6d, a few to / 16s (id. Good suckers, 10s to, lis ■ Medium,, Jtrom 10s CATTLE. 1045 yarded ; attendance usual ; price, showing an advance of r 5s to 10s on last Monday .week's values. . Yard ings comprised all qualities, tlie bulk being good, useful bullocks. .Quota tions :— ■' ; ' Prime bullocks; £0 10s' to ;£10 Extra prime and^ieavy to £12.10/. Good bullocks', £8 to ,£8 10s Prime Cows, £7 to ...

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Events to Come. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

Events to Come. "..SuujSVSr .. ' ' v Gunning1 Show, Pebrnury 25 and 26. Taralga A. P. and H. Association, Thurs day aiid 6'riday, February 18 and ■ ■ -..if Crookwell Annual Show, 'Siarfili 1&- and ■ "■ Goulbm-n Anntial-'SKow, "March 17, 18 ; ■■ and lit. , .'■■'■A.

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Touching Story of Queen Victorir And a Trooper. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

Touching Story ot Qucen Victorir And nSlYoopcr. There has recently passed away a Billericay, in Essex, a man natnsd F. Parker, who fought with Rimingtoii's Guides dur ing the Boer, tvar, ,at Grraapan, Belmont, -and fctoddcr lliver, and at r.lie last named engage ment was badly, hit. • Himing ton's corps were reconnoiting, and call' bei .g,,niadc for a vol unteer to ride out, to draw t.n,e fire from a kopje where a body of the enemy were believed to be .concealed, Parker at once spiured'his horse : to- a gallop, rode'straight for the hill. V: Be fore he had gone far his", horse was shot down and as the'" rider, lay prone on-the veldt, .he,- too, was,shot in the spine. Parker was invalided home to Net ley Hospital,\-vnd'was there when Qheeni V ictoriri visited the insti tution. Her Majesty sat down beside his ' bed and talked sympathetically with him fpr sometime, then, turning to the surgeon, asked if nothing could be done tor liim.' The answer was■ although/ he might linger his; lif...

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A Girl Shot Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

_ A Girl Shot Dead. 15RisiiANEj,Friday—Mavy- Eliza botlr ■Milltji*,-six years -of - age. residing at Oooparoo. a /'ubnrlvof i Boisbano,. " vus accidentIv shot dead to-day.. '• ;Sho ano ■lior brother,' aged! /12;>: were : playing with a gun*, which unknown to theni, was loaded.:: :The gun■ - wenfc:t\ oft",'■; the bullet entering the girl's forehead,1 and* death: resulted Boon,afterward: . ■ v

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A Guard Suffocated. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

A Guard Suffocated- x ■ | A sadj but sensational railway fatality' was reported from tlie Mountains 011 Wednesday. The Western goods train left Pewrith at-1 rwin.Hvith Guard Lenh ox in charge. Every thing. proceeded satisfactorily until just before daylight, when a case-of nitric acid in the guard's van exploded 1 The train was in' no. way affected, but on reaching .LaWson it was found that Lennox had been , over come by' the- fumes, and was lying unconscious on the floor of his van. The unfor tuuate in an was brought with little de lay to Penrith Hospital, where he died shortly after admis sion.-'. .

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Weighed Out. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

TVeighefl Out. A: clergyman preached a long: sermon from the text,' ' Thou art weighed in Unbalance and L'ound wanting.'. After the congregation^ had; listened abo.ufc aii hour, some began • to get" weary,; and went out ; others soon followed, greatly >io the annoyance of the minis ter, Another person • started, whereupon-the parson slopped his sermon,, and sakl 'That is right, .:gentlemeny As fast as you are weighed pass out.' He continued his sermon at some- length aL'ter that, . but no one disturbed him by leav ing

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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

Social. A -MOST' enjoyable social, given by Miss Mounts audi Miss-K. Keifcli, took place at the residence of the former, " Mcmt roseville," on New Year's .uigbt, about 50 gaests -boing .present, dome of whom hncl ome long distances- Goal-' burn, iTaralgn, Chatsbury, and/ even Mo;int73ifeDonald being represented/ On^ent#ring'<..whatl was, for the' time beins?,' the ball-room^ ;one-could'-; not bat bo struck by the attractiveness, which the room presented, the .walls, &c.y being adorned with flowers, ferns l and greene'-y, and mottoes with the words: " Happy New Tear" aud." wel come" b"ing:. also: on-.- them. The I music ;(v,ioHmand piano)- was' all that I 'could be"desired, and v. as in the cap I able hands of Mr; F. Muller, who was ^relieved.at.intervals by -sev'eral-others.; The v enjoyment of the non-dancers. ;was also catered-for. - one-room, beintr devoted to parlour games, while in another were seen parties, engaged in playing cribbage, euchre, &a. Ab...

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Forfeited Deposits. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

Forfeited Deposits.. ]n this State thirteen condidatos Failed to obtain tbo necessary ono-fifth of tjio votes polled- 'by the successful candidate.", and- consequently ■■■" forfeit, ■their - deposits. : These ■ .were :—:For the House of Representatives :-.VV-; M;. I3nrns, A. .Rao,-1Y J5. - Iloseby# 'P, il. Peel j'and -' Vl Parkos, 15.' A. Beeby, and M. Slafcyer who ran as Opposition ists against i lie seleccei^\ candidate in Parkes. ■ fW-jhe Senate- six -of the candidatcs,Mi's. Bontley, I1. Drake, H. Fletcher, Mrs. M.irtol, J. 0. Mai-o >}by, and A. Thomson also forfeit their doposits,- Thus the Government scores tovthoestent of£S:J5.;

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