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

" .NURSE RIAN, -(certificated) . Late of Sydney, XTAYING tukoiJ up her residence in CROOKWEL is prepared to; under-. take Special or General Nursing •either in .tlie town or surrounding districts. • /iAddieEh— , NURSE KYAN, : c/o. Mra. J. M. Evana, : ■ Robertson-street. OP THE PREMIER STORES, CROOKWEH, ' WISH- HiS A1!D ill- . A Happy and Prosperous New Year. ^ (Q- biGHs, A-utUoneei), AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, "STATION, . AND >ComiISSIyN^\ GIANTS, WOODHOUSBI^B. CALT'jS CONDUCTED \r WOOD •AT .'HOTJSl2lil!;j3'' nuql, ln uny, pttrfc.- of: tlio: Diaii ict, [ESTABLISHED 1891.] PENBERTHY AND DONNELLY, Leading Coachbuilders and Harness Manufacturers, 'G-OULBTJR.N, HAVE APPOINTED ' ' MR.. - E3. - R. - MAR3S.S, General Sinith-{ind:»Hovseslioer,;Goulburii-streetr^Grookwell-' (opposite' Court, House) SOLE AGENT for their .Celebrated Sulkies and Harness. A Large Vatiefey-of blie Le<adnig=iLines of ..Sulkies and Harness will always" "be ON VIEW at Mr. ^Marks' Establishment, Where lie \yil...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. WRITEEN SPRCIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

GARDEN •&-FIELD CALENDAR -FOR JANUARY. ■-WRITEEN SpRCIALLY-.FOIt AROYLE'LiBERAL : ■>Owing vto'.the'late-raius tlio'8oalaa-;iiow in.1 " -good form^for.eropping.'and it/will doubly ■ - repay"farmera^to: sow at ' once largeareas of ^•-winter' fodder plants. < licBe fodder", roots.. "Mprbve'more .valuable than lmy . for winter ; i feeding, J especially] . for dairy purposes. Mangnls.'^swedes, | &c,,, - and'.- Hungarian^ millefc'should'be largely- sown, the .latter; " makes good - ensilage' if it - is. mixed • wxtli ^••oorn\or sorghum.: .'If ryou Eow- .in.rowa'- it. ■^illadmit'of: thinning: and-cultivationbe " itween'the ci'op'.'- ^All land should :'.be; .well! • <ind properly - mulched, -so - as . to- ensure < good crops.-- -The - weather, -is likely to..bo 'j- tormyduring-the month, with, spells of •eveie heat. s -1: > Kitchen Garden.—Tliemolon and pum : :--.%](in>.Tihe8'.vill'-tevnv8:|nacbiiig!bncd,'.ia]80. attend to the tomato...

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Fatal Accident With a Pearifle. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

Fatal Accident Wil Ii a Poarifle. Mk;: Frederick'Lewisy manager: of/ tliu Ferndale Estate for Mr G. R. Jackson, of AlahougH, \vas handling a pea-riilo tliib morning,'and by some means ^if accidentally exploded, ihe ballot pojio fciating. tlip brain.. -Mr. Lewis has sinof died.'

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

■Wheat Market. ■ Thr wheat .market in- : Sydney. on Thursday. was.-.fairly active, and u" firmer tone seemed to. prevail; Buy ers- ; wei-e coffering, :2s - ll |d • freely," wlulo. snlieJ's . ' we'O looking." for the equivalent of 2a lid. i - Janee,- Thursday.— A- record load of • wheat; :reachedGld Junee-:railway' station yesterday; : It consisted ot 141 bags from -W. Buck to Messi s.John ■ Darling and: Son-'- iTho g'Viss-'. weight; yvas ;17cons: 8cwts Eqiy.and the net weight 14tons Ilowt 2qr. It was1 biought. in.five miles/By 16 bullock* ovor.a bad road, and :a part y of "-which .waa through a stubble paddoclc.

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The Chicago Horror. LONDON, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

The Chicago Horror. London, Jan. 2. " •; Lavish -telegrams" -show' the dreadfully sudden r nature of fclie disaster. Such Tvas tlie ra pidity with -.which the fire laid] hold of the interior of the building.thafc within tenminutes v all the mischief was done. It was a wire used in connection., with an . aerial flight • earlier in ! f.he perforinaiice that prevei i ted - the lowering of the; asbestos curtain. The auditorium of-the theatre* resembled aburnt-out volcano, but the fabric of the building is comparitively -little.- injured.v The building: was insured for - only i0,000dol.- (about £2000), as the owners believed that it was fireproof. There were some fortunate escapes. Scores of chorus girls and .supernumeraries es caped'through a coalhole in the - basemen (v. Miss Plamondon's party escaped from the boxes ^ by walking over a pile of . per- - sons almost within reach o'f safety . A little girl; unassisted escaped by walking over heads of a mass of wedged fugitives. Two childr...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] SYDNEY, Monday. The Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

latest" i\'ews.- r* [by wire.] Sydney, Monday. The Test Match. The Englishmen concluded, their innings to da), being all out fov 315, Tyklebley 97, did not increase his score of Satur day. The last five wickets fell" lor 9 runs Australia first innings—all out for 132, Trumper 74, Hop kins 18, Duff 1-i The Englishmen .in their' second innings have lost five wickets: for 74.-runs,- Tyldesley; 4i8(notouf).

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

MKJ,nODI9T_CHUBCn. ift®ok"»ell, "3 p.m.—Mr. T. H, Gibson. OsUen, 11 a.m.-—Mr.' JT.' H. Gibson. ,pra3cwsl], 7;30 j> 111.—K'av. J. Walk i r Jtnuni, 11 n'.in.—:Rev. J. Walker, ii.p.m.—Rev. J. Walker.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

asss CHWRCH SERVICES, ——; .91_ pacnca> OT E^olanb. , ■ ifBowinst Me tte servicea-for Sunday ■ <: Creskwell,. .11 a.m. '(Hon. Lay Reader) .: : , YaoAnnselosr 11' ti.un v '' • Ajar, :3^36 p.m. • ■ , jpt«^k.«fU 7.30 p.m. i .fS*itwcll, Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. R*v. Ben Dore Bryant, Hector.

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STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 January 1904

STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON.     The rate per truck (cattle or sheep) from   Crookwell to Flemington is £4 5/9.    

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

Wedding Bells. THE Methodist Church, Crookwell,   was the scene of a very pretty wed- ding on Wednesday last, when Miss E. Bunker, youngest daughter of Mrs.   Bunker, of this town, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. W. T. Irving, youngest son of Mr. W. Irving of Big Hill, Marulan. The Rev. J. Walker conducted the cere- mony. The lady friends of the bride     had erected an arch of ivy and flowers at the altar, and as the happy couple   entered the church the choir very nicely rendered " The Voioe That Breathed O'er Eden." The bride, who was given- away by brother, Mr. D. Bunker, was dressed in cream mer-         cerised silk, chiffon, insertion and bebe ribbon trimmings, she also wore a   wreath and veil and carried a shower bouqnet (the gift of Miss Glenn). There were four bridesmaids,-viz: Miss L. Bunker, who was dressed in pale blue voile...

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Bankruptcy. MOTION UNDER SECTION 61. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

xBankruptcy. , MOTION UNDEft SECTION (ii:' Ro William lonnent Moss.' The Regis trar said that ..having •••roceived.--.and- -con-' sidercdareport from the Inspector-General of Police in rogard to-this'matter, ho muds an 'order for : tho pa^iftent by . bankrupt of JB» per month, payment to -be made on the first of ouch month. , CERTIFICATE APPLICATION. ■ Be William Tonimt .Hosa. The, Regis trar delivered judgmont in. this matter,'' and said that the bankrupt contracted debts without reasonable or, .-probable ex pectation of .being able ; to pay the .same. Ho had-' beliftvod v^ry badly-- towards - his: creditors,' especially- in. thOi Tvay. in-/which' lie induced^ a creditor named Dennis to lul vanuo monoy .to -him; and ho obtained, crodit mf ButhurBt-"without1; infoiminpj: his creditors there of the debt8:ht)-hild-leffc.;b0y hind'.ttt Bega.: He directed the suspension of tho certificate for four years,, and that, tlio payments tinder- section. 01 should be continuod. • Tta above palio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

'Willi- RAPIDLY-INCREASING D13 MAND POll OUH Federal & Challenge Famous Suite To Measure, • With nExtra Trousers given away. : • for Xujas Box, at 45s and 55is. /^UR - introduction oT this branch V. lias secured a world-wide reiiutation.. for the production of a superior class of Garments • -to • measure,. - and wo excel, -in • style, materials, and- workmanship. We anticipate a heavy demand for the Xmas • trade. Place your orders now. •• - MEN'S ■ BOOTS. Our-aim-is quality and perfect fitting. Gent.'s Tan Bals., 0/11/8/11, 9/11," 12/(5 Gent's Tan Glncie, lace or button, 10/fj . . Gent.'s Box Calf. 10/G .■..■i".' Gent's Glacie Kid, 7/11, 9/G, 11/G, 13/6 YVe also stock full range in the celebrated American; makes;. Mich as Keith's, 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, 4/1L, 5/11, 7/6.. Latest Novelties in Ties, Hats, Shirts, <&c.,. &...

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THE WAR CLOUD. HOSTILITIES INEVITABLE LONDON, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

HOSTILITIES INEVITABLE / London, 'Jnn;.4.T Mr Beniiet' . Burleigh, the special War'covrespondei.it of Lhe "DailyTele n i'iiph," cabled Irom-Tokio on ^ Sunday night tlmr, Russia hud sent u ii'oii-com niiitill'.reply to Japan's demands,,mak ing' for delay. M r .■finrle.igli : impli„>s that'Japan will occupy "and fortUy.-stra tegic positions.in.Korea, leaving the next move to Russia. Meanwhile "the treaty', ports of :Masampho in ilia south-east of Korea, and Mokpho in the south-west, will-bo-protected by Japan against seizure. It is not ex pected, that. Russia-:will immediately interfere with Japan doing what she considers .proper .to safeguard, her in terests in Korea. Advices from Tokio fite to theeffefii that the newspapers o'f : the cnpilal urge on the Go^rnmont an iramedinte^ declaration of war, ..which, is con sidered inevitable. The people, how ever, are cnlm.':.. . All the ban<cs of Japan are with holding I heir funds,.pa i:eutly.:,as. the result of official instr...

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Robbery at North Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

Robbery, at North Sydney; I Mil. R.. Richardson, - of ; 140*. Miller-. i street, iTortIi-Sydiiey,:has-'reported: to the police: that) -on Tuesday -last bo discovered that a bag of. monoy which he had placed in achestof drawers,and •which ho had laeG Keen' on December 22, had boon stolon. , The bag con- i tained thesum'of £285; • • :; vt

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RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

•UAcifs: Tirranna: Races, Thursday ; and Friday -January 7 and-8. ■ >

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Gou[?]burn Stock Sales. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

Goullumi Stock Sales. {From oxinCorrespondent.)' Them: .was a fair attendance at fclio yards to-day,mid.biddmg. was fairly bvisk in>all liues. . ^In fnt cattle; there was a small yavdm'».' Ptimo cows brought to JS8 7/6, othors from .J85; ■: Only. a ■ few fat .bullocks forward; and theao/rpaclied current rates.: About 301) store -caVlo forward ; one line of cows, almost fat,' brought from 5s to £5 89 j heifers brought from JJ310S to to £i 15s; steers fromv-,£3 8s? to M 10s ; forward springera from £o 2/6 to dSC 12/G. The was a good mjujber.of fat'sheop yarded and former prices were well maintained. Pat wethers ran from l'i/3 to 15/8; fat lambs, to 11/9; .store wethGVs', 11/9 to 13/9, 2-tooth wethers,. -0/Q \to 11/3 j : ewes . and Iambs,allcouj'ted, 8/6 j'store ewes to 13/.•■ A :good .many up-countiy. dealers are in town for Miv _W. II. Whentley's salo to morrow, and bidding promises to be keen. • Jan. 6, 1904,

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Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

Here, Tifee & Everywhere (Cribbed, CoLcd, and Contributed) They say tli singing of 'Snorlcy .after the perfdmunce the other night »vas tip-top. | • ']'*** Dr Cook, aa' u3uul, : was in good voiew, and rtieived voicifcrous en ocjies) Si ngerslnay-consoand'..-go,-still' " the Dr.'is tin/general fuvoritQ. ' # * - ' ' ' lt.Js supposil that Crookwoll will lospital about the limn iftul is Ioc:at"d.iu N.S. '■ ' ; : It'is almost certainty tliat if the Japs go to wai with tlw Russian bear I..European coe plications will ensue afterwards. The resource i of the Railway De have a col tage the -Federal Cii Wales. partment are owing to -the being, severely taxed enormous -grain traffic ' mi/iiii giaiii iwill] nd the amount of storage required. I. • The Savings i vhoiv an e.veo doposits-for Ue Bank returns at Perth s o f ; wi th d wa! s ore i' lember of £37,906. .. - - ;; . ; I . '^-T-h'e-qutpiit cf gold .from the Ben •digo field to daia totals -l?,729;4S9oz. ■ or about 543 tons, of- a -'va...

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Robbed of £135. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

Robbed of £135. , JACOTt JFox, a passou^!: by the steamer • Peregrine, fvo m:• Syd ney to Marybor ough, -reported to •: tlm police . .that oh tbu night of-leUviri" Sydney, 2nd iu alant, £135 in- gold',was stolen. from' •his.bunlc. -The police wore not'fieJ of i ho robbery. when tlio Perogrina' reaclicd.Moreton 13ay, and on her • ar rival. iu.y tho ,• .rivet* the ^voter-police boarded her ,riDd ; searched : heveial of i.ith'o .passougers without success. ■ 1 I'Grovernmerifc ' Statistician's - vg jtport on tho vital.statistics 6l' tbeMno ti opolis £or,Uio quftftar ondecl Decem ber. 3 1 •shows.that .thevo ^vc-ro 3158 births and 1522 de.iths.

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RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904

** Stamped Parcels' (Prepaid) Bates. Up to 40 miles—31b. and under, 3d; . 31b. to 71b.,' 3d ; . 71b. to lilb., 6d ; 14lb. to •; 281b., 'Jd • 281b. to SClb.V 1/; 501b; to - 841b.t 1/lJ every,additional 141bs. or part thereof 3d;,. For 51 to 150 lmlea—31b, and under. Gd; "31b. to 71b,, 9d; 71b.,to lUb., 1/j 14lb. to 281b., 1/G; 281b. to 5Glb:, 2/0 ; 501b. to 8-ilb.;' 3/G; every additional 141b. or. prrt thereof, 9d. For 151 to 200 miles—31b. and' under, 1/; ■ 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b.-' to 141b„ 1/9; 14'b. to 281b., 2/9; 281b, to 501b., 4/ ; , - 561c. to 84lb.. 5/3 j •• every additional 141b. or part thereof, 1/.' ' .0ver 3U0 miloa—31b. and under, 1/G 8lb. ■-■■■! to'71b., 2/ ;.71b. to 141b., 2/0; 14!b. to 281b., 4/; 281b- to oljlb., . 0/;. 5(51b. to. ; 841b., 8/; every additional 14lb. or part thereof, 1/0. All fractions of 3d will be charged (is 3d. oOjper cent, additional charge where -the; ,freight is made to pay. .

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