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Commonwealth Items. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
Commonwealth' II oii.s. I'lvis stntod iliafc tliG Prime Minister of Australia lias expressed an opinion in' ■■favour of fclic Fodend Parliament moat ing formally in February for the i pur 1 osfcjof sweaviug iu me'rabovs. . . • .v.: / The Common vvealth authorities have not yet mado nu appointment to the new 'position of Commissioner • of ..I'atents, but have^intimated that appli-• cations -.will be received until-, the ; 9tlr instant. * ■ . . The Federal Minister for. Defence spate's, that ^ice-Admiral Fansluiwo lias ;obtained the approval of -tho 'Admir alty to "his scheme for creating a naval -ivsei'vo ,ol'709 / men under .the . naval* agreement. ' ( > .>••• iTIiri'revenne for tlie-tiist six months of the financial y'eilr of the' Common wealth aggregrated &lt;83,715",305, or "£203,000 Iess-than'for the same period 1 int year. r .The Customs and excise.revenue for December amounted to , £747,359, dCG3,000,lass than for the same' period i of last year. . .. A -Hiamoil ...
The Argyle Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impart[?]al—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. FRIDAY JANUARY 8, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
$ he &lt;gw. f-ikral, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truthtever lovely since the world be.f/an, The foe of tj/ran Is rind the friend of man. ■ JSRFIJA.Y JANUA.RV 8,1904. It mnst.be hnmiiifttins: for the calam-. •••ifcy howlers to hear that. New Zealand .hus successfully floated, ji loan of £4,500,000 locally.'-instead',- of1'Having to go cap in'!iand'to;l&lt;lu£J3ritdsli money . blender•.IMie.opponents of progression; [ are continually howling about soeialis • legislation driving cap ta.1 out ot eKe country, and would, in fact, make ' people believe, that wherever there is : a hbonr party smch cunirvy is going . to destruction and . ruination. Now', New. Zealand lias been - (he -fortiu-.ato -.-v. possessor of a Labour-Government for n.'wimber of years, and it is generally admitted that that country is the most prosperous and progressive of ; the Australasian' group- vflore in .Now Sonlh Wales wo are supposed to be _ oifijthii v^i-gfi of bankruptcy, simp...
SPORTING. Cricket. ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
SPORTING. Cricket. ENGLAND -V. AUSTRALIA. Tlie second test-match jwas con- ■ eluded on the Melbourne ..Crickot Wodnesday.. The Englishmen won by 185 runs. : .The .'vn,qket was wet. Fostei- was : unable to continue play after t he. opening dayl; Folio wing .are the compete scoivs;:—j EN-at.AND.—Fir.?t innings. Warner, e Dull, b-Trumble. ... ... ,:68. Hayward; o Gregory;b.Hopkins ... 68 .Foster, retired temporarily ... ... 49 Tyldosley, c Trumble, b'Howoll . ... 97 Brailud, o Howell, b TrUmble ... ... 20 Kuigli&lt;-; b Hawoll ... ... 2 Hirst; c Noble, b Howell . ... .... 7 Rhodes, l.&w., b Trnmlile ... ... 2 Lilloy, c Howell, b Trumble ... ... .4 Fielder, b Howell "r ... ... ,1 Relf, not out. ......... ... 3 Sundries- .... ... ... ... .is ■ 315 ■ Bowling.—Truinble'.';4 for 107;: Howell, 4 for-43 ; Hopkins, 1 for 50. AUSTRALIA—First Innings. Triimper, c Tyldesloy, b Rhodes ... 74. Duif, sb"; Iiilley, -b Rhodes - 10 Hill; e .Rhodes, b Hirst . ■ .... ... f> Noble, u.su...
A Successful Student. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
A Successful Stmlent. Mtss. M. Baxter daughter of Mr; and Mrs. J. Baxter^ of Cotta Walla, Crook well, litis piRS«cl mostsnccesiful exaini uatioii/. av ta regard to pianoforte aud ningiii"...-: for- the .. past) three vi?ars Miss li.i.iter lias been residing in Goulhurn,--where she has been attend ing the Convent of Mercy as a pupil for. singing, and lias went np each, year siuce 1901 for examination (as a pupil lirom ihe Goulburn Convent.) to the Syduey College of Music. - Miss Baxter has been most successful, each year gaining the certificate of the Syd ney College of Music,.and also win nnvjif t,he:gi>ld medal presettctl by. the I'Goiilbnru Convent. Therefore, in the Ihveeyears she has gained fer singing l.li re6 c.jrfilicates and throe gold medals —ji'TO'sord. to be proud of. In 19U2 and -l'J03 Miss Baxter, in addition to the above, went lip for examination. in 'pianuioi.ee music (entered as a pupil of .Vlr. P. 0. Hoi lis), aud was again successful, on each occasion ^gaming th...
SMILES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
ss i%/£ i rr..«, it-".s S3' • aider:- '' lie ,wn's -the cool est and mosfr thoughtfnlruonvicfcvthat ;• ever es-: capod from prison.' *£. Jenkins:. ' That so ?' •• ■ ■Warder: ' ITo left behind • him a note to the governor of the goul, begin ning, ' 1 hope you will pardon ma for. the liberty I'm taking.'" Salesman (recommending blue necktie with large pink spots) : 'But wouldn't you like one like that? I'm selling a. lot of thorn this year.' Sarcastic Customer: 'Indeed ? ..How very clover of you.' . . ■ ■ r ' # I'.' - The Husband (during the quarrel) : | ' You are always making bargains. I Was there ever u ptime when you didn't ?' -.„:. . The Wife : Yes, sir ; on my wed ding day.' -■ • . '■ ■ ■ ■ . '.Now, boys, said the teacher, al ways remember that the early bird catches the worm.' Next-morning a small boy toed the lino with a tear-stained face. .' What's the matter, Tommy ?' asked the master. ! ' Please, sir,, you said - that it. was i the early bird that got the worm.'. ■ ; ' Yes,...
Oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
Oddl'ellowsliip. Tmi.quartet-ly-. meeting, of ,-tlie Crook well Ludgo &lt;v»s hold in the Lodge room on Wednesday uight last. f.G. liro- A:i Rowe presided,: and there wns-ft fuir aUCMjdatics , of officers and mwni.ors. .Tlie officers for tlio ensuing tonn wero. du'y elected and afterwards installed by P.G. Bro. W. &lt;T. SmiihV -.Trunin wofficers! for the ensuing term are—.N.G.,. 1'ro. VV. . Green ;Y.G-:,'. Bro:- E. Ij.' Boughtwood tvnd -elective secretary, Bro. Jos. l5inu. ^-V'TJie'-tiaiance-slieets showed thefol lowing transact ion 8 for the quarter: — Mann^emoiit. frind-^—Income, £48 6/ ; expenditure £31 14/5 ; gain on the quarter, ' total: balance to the. credit of. this fund, £35 2/5.; Sick- and -"-Funeral Fancl—Jneome, £36 15/2.; expenditure-. (includiug • £8 l/-.sick- pay)j- £8 o'/o ; .:g-.iin ,on the" ■quarter, 2?18 9/9 ; the total balance to .credit of r,his fund is JC238 15/3. • The following Qguves ari> taken from the annual statement:—Man agement Fund ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
DENTISTRY. m,. CHARLES" H. GOj-BY, Iffental Goulbuni-street,. Grookwell, opposite fi. S and A. 13 ink. , f^ain|ess Extractions & Fillings. ••Visits Tarnlga •first; Monday- in cuch mouth—Next visit, Juti. 4fc!i. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. MR. H. BLACKADDER, DENTIST, CROOK \V E L L,: VISITS'TARA-LO A 'third-'fiuTNDAY and MONDAY in EACH'.MONTH, 1 ami may be consulted at J\ 10 0N .}• j V'8 ARGYLE INN. ' Dei,to of, Next Visit: 17th and •■18th JSStJi\EY. NITROUS OXIDE OAS ..•ADMINIS TERED:',
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT Wheat, 2s 8dper-bushel . Flour, J312 Os to dC12 10s. Bran, Gid to 75(1 bushel Maize, 3/G bushel. ■. Bai'ley (for feeuing purposes),.3/9.to 4/ Onts—feed 2/9 to 3/, seed 2/1) to 3/ : Hay, .£2 0/ to X2 os ton Straw, £2 &lt;6/ -to £310s .ton Chaff; ;£3 to .£3 10/ ton (inclusive of baga) Onions, Cs per cwt.v ■Butter—factory. 8d, clairy 7d Lard, S Jd to 9id lb ... Eggs, lOd dozen Potatoes, £3 to jB:}.10s ton; Brownells (seed) £-l.- Os - Cftttlo—Bnllock8-.J24.5s to Jill . 5s; cows .•JJ8 6s• to v£f>, heifers £4, to' jE4-:Xf)s; springei-s£5 Os to £7 15s, steers £3 • ' tO'JC5 10s ' • Sheep—"VVetliers 10s to 15s; ewes 12/G ■ to Ins. Pigs—Fat to i33 ; porl-ers 208 to 40s; stores 12s to 22s; slips 10s to 12s, suckers 7/(5 to 9s Gd Beef (retail) 41d to 6d lb . Mutton..,, 3-Jd. to 3d. HddeB,'3id to -Id pox- lb Tallow, £18 to .£22 per ton Wattle bark, towSl, hickory-to 30s ton Poultry—Fowls &lt;ts to Gs pair ; turkeys— gobbloral7s fid to 30s, hens 8/6to9s;...
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
HOMEBUSH FAT STOGK SALES - (Fkom our Representative.) Homkbusii, Monday. '■ -About: 16,600;• sheep and; lambs penned,>from; S7:.consignors; : . Attend1' ance'good. .£Tlio - market.- opened to ;fre«: competition- at .tlieTvalaes^raUng? on ilast sale-da7, eafingj:rhowever, as 'the sales progressed; especially,on the heavier descriptions. : Quotations SHEEP. ■ SHORN. Merino Wethers, 16/6 to 17/G Merino Ewes, 14/0 to 15/0 Crossbred Wethers, 17s to 18/6 • „ :Ewes, 15/ lo 16/6. woolly;' Merino Wethers, to 19/10. •. LA)1BS. . Competition .moderate at- a decline in values.- Prices-: .: Prime suckers 14s to 15s 6d, a few to 16s Gd. - Good su'ckors; ;'i0s to,11-s Medium „ •..trom 10s CATTLE. 903yavded ; attendance usual; price showing an advance of 5s to 10s on last Mondtiy week's values, Yard-, ings comprised all.qualities, :the bulk being good, useful- bnllocks.i Quota tions :— Prime bullocks, ,£9: 10a. to £10 Extra prime and'heavy to,£12.10/. Good-bullocks, £8 . to &lt;68 10s.' ...
DAPHNE. CHAPTER II. (Continued.). [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
DAPHNE. , . .CHAPTER if! (Continued..). Mrs. Chester wiw in. the gayest spirits as she tripped in. her delioat e ;little high-heeled shoes , at Bolsover's side, gathering up- in one; hand the trainof her scarlet gown. They had pnire.l off insensibly after aY minute 01 two, Mrs. Chester having f Jleh ,bac!c ■with Bolsover to point out a pretty effect of light and shade under Chelsea: .bridge, so that .Daphne, and yo.ung Askew were now leading the way: aiaag-tlif) beautiful deserted river-side walk," with; its sleeping rod-brick mansions and 'sighing plane-trees. . Humphrey's eyes were following ,the girl as she walked, slim and white In the moon iglit, before him. She was silent still, and-he reli with a cer tain amount of ■ exasperation that young Askew was envying him his place beside Mrs- Chester. ■ • ' ']?4»o wlioie situation seemed to him' fantastic in the extreme—unex pected meeting,, his:: n^staken, precon o^ption of jMi's^'C^Iieitci,.their: present Mghly^'' unco'nvenlional : ...
Poet's Corner. Memories. [WRITTEN FOR THE Argyle Liberal.] [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
Foot's Corner. Memories- . •^wjaroaw. for - tkr-. Argute ■Lihe.ral.l "Not a Woafch or. sound of warning .- -■ Broke the murmur of the sea, Clolden-iWas the light of dawning— .'How the inumorius of that morning-,:. Couie to me. - - •TWs'parted there, with blue skies beiidiilg; Graciously o'er sou and laud; Through the leaves tho light, dose endings .■\Nilule the wavos ofrgold unending Swept: the sand. . ,Only ju9t an hour of dreaming ■; '.-Whero the radient waters shone, / Through the.trees the.sunligW; streaming llien ngain a white-sail gleaming— All was gone. Njghfc with all its griefs attendant Shall not cloud that perfect day ; TWiere the waters danced resplendent, Clothed in light, divine, transcendent • Down the Bay. HeliiwVSaid before the sailing, " I will come once more to thee But he caine not; and unfailing .Was my watch and unavailing, ' Sjy the seu. ' Wjin-the dark clouds'break asunder, : 0«V fee,waters,where they sleep; Waves on waves-m ceaseless thunder Stir .the white ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
FURNER BROS . '"oF THE PREMIER ;:"•'■ V":': CROOKWELL . ^ WISH "DNS AND ALL A Happy and V;.'/:'.j';;.-V-: • Prosperous New Year. .FOR PRIVATE .SAMS. PROPER'l IES,' ranging from 100 to 0000 aorea.-'ia . and.^around'the Crookivell District. For full particulars apply ' A. J. ULENNAN, Auctioneer, Crookwell. G.SIGGS&Co. (G. Sigqs, Auctioneer), AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, AND COMMISSION AGIONTS, WOODHOUSEI^E. QALES CONDUCTED at WOOD HOUfJEIiEE • and in any part- of the District. ' - NURSE RYAN, . (CERi IFIC ATEI>) Late of .Sydney, TTAVING taken up' her lesidence in CROOKW'EL is prepared to under take "Special or General. Nursing, dither in the town or surrounding districts. A tldiesh— - ■ 'NURSE KYAN, c/o. Mrs. J. M Evans, - Robortson-street. ■ ; . [ESTABLISHED 1891.] PENBERTHY AND DONNELLY, V;v I:- V" '• v* ' •• ■:^^^v;.i'iVr^V ^-r-K; ^- ;^-vh-v "U-- • :•■• Leading Coachfeuilders and Harness manufacturers, 4 / ' 11 OOULBUPt Isr, v HAVE APPOINTED, , ' • , MR. - E. - R. - MARK...
Shocking Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
Shocking Tragedy. One of those allocking, domestic tragedies••••wliioh thrill society-, with horror from time to time, was enacted at Waterloo as the sun .was-rising on Monday morning; and the police hav ing.effected the ari'est of aman within an hour of tho tragedy Jiayo- received. from him a voluntary statement , that ho had killed his wite with.an axe at his home iu Waterloo. James Aline-.' linn is the l.n.me of the man. who made the stateme.nt-. ;lle is 32 yours of ago, and usually an indnstrious and ener getic doaleriu general produce. He lived with his'wife and little - child ar, 77 Botnnv-stveot., in the- suburb named,*- and they occupied a fourr roomed weatherboard house, standing, back about 50ft or 60ft from the ^ road on the western side near Raglat-3ti'eet. Mrs. Perkins and her daughter, who >live • next door, _\vere awakened by screams,' aud it: was thenn- who first discovered that a terrible crime had, been committed and informed the police. Constables Harrison and ...