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That Invitation. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
1 luifc Invitation; Mr. G. H. Raid stiongly criticises fclio action of-Mr. Deakin in inviting. ;Mr. (JhatiiboiMu^'iLo Ansfcraliit; -iluvi-' /tatioris-fro'ni'the Government of Aas-' trulhi, AJr, ileid urges, should never bo rn do for party purposes. He~ex prL'sscs'nstonisliment ot tlio use Ah\ Denkin'jis malting ot^his. official posi-i tion 'as - leprebeiiUti.-t). ot Lhe whole •«ymmuuty w obtam party- rcinforco mouts.
The Chicago Horror. LONDON, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
The Chicago HpiToiv.. London,- Jan. _3. ■ Twelve arrests have been made in connection with tlie fire, and- othei? ar rests are probable, in consequcnce of :auTotFicial connection wioh the theatre urging peopie who are likely to bo called as witnesses to leave Chicago; ■ Warrants liave been issued for the arrest of the pro pi' etors of the Iro quois Thentre, Cbiungo, and also the building commissioner, on charges of manslaughter. The Mayor of Chicago- in conse quence of the report of a ^commission of inquiry has ordered-.1ho .closing of 19 theatres in the city, 011 the ground that tliey have not complied with the regulation^ for-' tlie *|3i-ovenlion of tiro. , ••■■'■.• ■" ■" ; ■ The funerals of victims of the- five at the Ir6quois Theatre, Chicago, took :placo on Saturday . and Sunday,and others will be carried out on Monday. Jan. 4. . Tho inquest on the victims of tho firon/tthe■■'J.i,oqiioia:Thci!ti,e,! Chicago,, was- opened "" on. Saturday. The evi dence showed,Hhat' a draught fro...
Domestic Tragedy, [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
Boinsstic Tragedy, Scnglf.tox, Monday;—A sad cane of poisoning occurred at Doyle's Creek, about 22 miles from here, yesterday, when Mrs. Bennett', wife of a farmer refiidiu^ there,' and daugh or of Mr. William Thomas, a respectable resi dent, of .Yere, /poisoned -lieiself. and throe children. Mrs. lsennett had boon ailing:-lately,' ? and froiu vinformation gtitiit-redicappears the wife gave the eldest chid, a daughter^ a dose, :lirst. She imnieiliattly dropped- deadly The second eldest child, a boy, l-ocoived Uio next,-and he rail: out for his ' father,, but he had mot gone far when he ex pired -Shu then gave the youngest child, a girl, a,dose, after which she took a;dose herselfi The father then, arrived on. the scene and found both; his wite aud child blue -in the face: He exclaimjel : ' Why, the child is in convulsions.' Mrs; Bdunefct answered, No, she is not, I have poisoned • the children and myself.' . ■ '
Strong Demand tor Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
Strong Demand tor Wheat." At I lie Sydney/ produce sales on Wednesday; wheat,.which had a large shave of -attention; hvas very firmly.. held,, up' -.to per- bushel being, demanded •for choicest milling grain and •2s lid for f.a.q.. samples; Supplies of wheat are coming forward very freely from the country, but owing to the .^ex» tensive demand experienced.for ..both milling and shipping purr poses stocks are not ' accumu lating to any extent. l7lour only had a moderate share of attention.
GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
..A I'lBM) CALENDAR FOR .TANTJAEiY. WitTTrBN ;SpKOIA,IiI.T.:FOn AEQTLKvLjBKBAI) XDwingi to Hfceilate'-Toins tho soil is; now in -good form for cropping,-and it; will doubly : repay-farmerWto sow at--once large areas of "winter-fodder .plants./I hese* fodder.. roots grove more;valuable t.lian: hay ..for .winter feeding; - oajiecially, ; for y.daivy ■ ■ pwrpooes. Mangels, 'swedes, f &c., arid Hungarian millot.sligiild he largely -sown, the latter corn oivsorghiim. ; If s!.j^®E0W in vows it will admit: of thinnii»g"w§P!cultivation be tween the crop*. All land should lie well andr properly mulched, so as '.to ensure good cropSi v The weather .is likoly' to be • rtormy during the . month, with.; spells of severe heat. Kitchen Garden.—The melon and p 111; kin: vines will, require pinching lmcd, also attend' to; the ..' tomato • plants.; Sow al kinds ofbeans,: also cnnli^owera, cablage, Bwedos;carrots,:lebtuce and radish; .It you • mnleh frtely. you will be: repaid . for, your trou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
/?/%Ji jy^k ■ lojr" cr,oo::v;ELL WATCHMAKING DEPOT, 1904 TRADE PRICE LIST: Watches cleaned'/.. . s a ... 2" 0' Clocks cleaned from ;.v ... 1 0 English Mainsprings .;.••• ... 2 G Stuffs • ■. ... 3. ... 3 6 Cylinders ... 3 0 ' • .Towels. ..." ... 2 0' Airspring . -... . ... 2 6" : Glasses from ... .;. ... 0 3 Hands from ... ... - ...- 0 C Pins from ... 0 3 Joints from ... ... ... 0 3 Catches: from - ^ ; .... 0- 3' JEWELLERY MADE TO ORDER (ANY DESIGN) AT SYDNEY PRICES. 8 d ; '.Watches from - 0 fi Brooches from ... - v.. ? 6 '-'Clocks from -• .,. • 3 0 ■ Chains fi;om 1 0' > Rings (Oct.) from . ..:■ 13 0 These prices will not be departed from. Leavo your Orders at EI. Hennings, 1HE UP-TO-DATE" JEWELLER, Goulburn-stvoot, Crookwoll.. •Next Mr. • Cole'omtvV Hivirdressing.Saloon,.
Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
Sydney Commercial. Messrs. Ettis &Co.; report r— Pigs—Supplies wore light this '•week.; Sales ruli.'d brisk at high prices for. porkers, especial'y 'light; kinds. Baponers ;and hoary' back.-' fatters realised good values, being fully 4s per head, in advanco of -prices ten days ago. ■ Store pigs,:good sorts,, realised full values,; rough and faulty kind.* were - cheap. • Prime . quality porkers 601b worth 83s; - baconers 1201b 54s; bickiatters £3',10s, extra heavy to £4 12s 6d ; stores -9s 9d to 25s, .big forward,, sorts-up to 33s 6d eacu. Calves—A moderate .supply penned. IJeavy kinds mot wit%-bnsk" demaud at extremely high -figures. Light kinds sold'i.ireely: at-l'eal good valneB, with prime quality^-veiy .dear. The mai'ket for both pigs mid calves is likely .to-;rule; unaltered at next week's sales. Milch cows in moderate supply and meoting with ready sale. Prime to choice £t 3 to £15 10s, modium to good. £G . to £11:10s, old and faulty from £4 10s. Eat cows— Market steady...
LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] Terrible Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
[-by; wire.] Terrible Explosion. •Sydn-ey;.,Thursday, 3 p.m. A boileH; on the warship, ' WiillaL'op '' burst .this • morn ing, .off Montague Island. Forty-three men were killed.. The vessel will, reach Sydney, to-morrow. The " Wallaroo belongs to the Australian fly ing squa Iron. . • -v G.40 p.m. ■ Oftttlo mat kef. firmer. Beat beef ' if worth 27/- per lOOlbs. ^Bullocks .-£7 to £12 ;. c«avs, £G to £9. Slieep values ai'o up ei^htecnponce.- Weth ers, 14/- to 22/- ; owes, la/- to 16/-. The"'-Wallaroo " left Sydney on Sunday night under sealed.oiders, but it-is believed she was'bound . for Ho bart at the time of the dieadful occur rence. She passed Moruya Heads to day going de:id slow, with.the flags Hying half-mast high. A tragedy is reported to-day from' Terrible Vale, near Werris Creole. Last night, a girl named Hebhlewhite was working in a kitcheu'when. sortie person unknown fired a shot from a gun throngh the window, the charge passing through the ■ girl's head. I'Duath was instant...
British Fiscal Policy. LONDON, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 January 1904
'Bj'ltisliE'iscrtl &lt;■Pp.lic.yv LonpoN^Inn. 5. Mr Chamberlain says liis pro-., posala en sure mod erate prefer erice regarding corn, and es pecially meat and dairy pro duce. • Mr.. Haldaue, replying' to. a correspondent, says -.that, the fiscal' issue must take pre cedence .of the Home Ruler question. ~ , At the earliest opportunity -after.tbe.'opening oEParliament. the Opposition will submit a. comprehensive f reetradfe • amendment to the Address in Reply to the" Speech from the Throne. The amendment, wilb be framed so as to secure, the support of-.the Pree Eoodi see tion of the-Unionists.
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
COMMERCIAL. C.KOOJCWELL. PIIICE3 CURRENT. (That iii peJu'^ctt the. -producer -.and fwit ■ ■■. n :'Pnrrhttser.J ■ — Wheat, 2/9 per bjisliol - Outs, 23" to 2s 8tl- 'tnuliel • Maize; to 3s Oil bushel. • Flour, Jen ton' Brim, 8il to 9(1 per bnaliel - Pollarcl^iUd to Is par lmshel • ; Oil Cake, 8s per uwt ■ ' / : : Chaff (oaten) £2 to .£2 iOs per ton Potatoes—■Cn-ciilar Heads (eating) to £3; Onions, Gs per ewt. (mow) . ' Eggs, Sd pe>' dozen , :: Butter (factory;, 8id, dairy 7d Bacon, 9(1 j lianis, Did - V; Beeswax, lOd lb . Horsehair, l(ld to Is ' ^ I,nrd, Gd lb Sheepskins, 3d to GJd lb Hides, 3d to-Id lb Poultry—Fowls, 3/ to.3/6 pair; ducks, ;)/ to 3/3 pair ;: fjeese, 5/-to G/.; Turkeys.—hens, 5s to 7a, gobblers • 8s to I.'i.s pair
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
GOTJLHURIf PRICES CURRENT. Wheat, 2a-Sdper biuliel Flour, U>12 Os l o JtitlT 10s Bran, Gd to 7d bushel ' iUaize, :)/(>bushel. . Barley'(for feeaing.purposes), 3/9 to 4/ Oats—feed 2/9 to !!/, seed 2/9 to 3/ ITay, £1 15/ to ,i!2 ton . Straw, JE2 5/;to >E8 1C5 ton . Chaff, £'l to .£3 10/ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, Gs per cwt. ; ^ . Buttei1—-factory §d, dairy 7&lt;i Lai'd, ,8id to pid lb , ' - : Eggs, lOd dozeu Potatoes, J32 tu £2 103 ton ; Brownells (seed) &lt;£4 0s Cattle—Bullocks Jbl' 5s to £11 5s; cows .£3 iits to■■£&, lioifei'B Mi to'.£•], 19si ' springers X5 0s to Ji7 lusi stefer's £3 to •£;"> 10s Sheep—Wethors: 10s to 15s; ewes 12/6 ; , 10 15S Pigs—Fat to '£3 j porters 29s to 40s; stores 12s to 22s; -slips 10s to 12s , ■ suckers 7/(i:to 9a Gd Beef (retail) d^d to (id lb Mutton ,, ;lkl to 3d. Hides, 3d to 4d per lb Tiillow-, JJ18 to .£22 per ton ' . Wattle baric, to ill', hickory to 30s ton Poultry—Fowls 4s to Gs pair ; turkeys— gobblers 17s...
Wheat [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
-Wheat. Tne quantify of wheat afloat is estiniiited at l,680,000i 'quart ers i'or the United Kingdom, and at 940,000 quarters for the Continent. The Atlantic .shipments are 170,000 quarters,-- rand the' Pad-; lie 35,000 quarters. ■ -'i'lie. iiuw soliooncr Mannia, w.licli left Sydney, on Sept. 10 for. Herbuvt slioo, tins tiofc nrrivod,' and it is bo licvci] that she hns boon.lost..
British Fiscal Policy. LONDON, Jan. 8 [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
L . British Fisc«l Policy. Lqiidon, Jan. 8 iTriB'' Oentrfrtj GonserVative; jGoilncil of- Ealing has unani mously resolved not to support Lord George Hamilton1 :i't- the' nex.t election.' ; The execur.ive committee of the /.-'Conservative Association ' at Oldham, wit h o ne dissentient lias resolved that Mr.' Winston Churchill, the sitting member,': has forfeited its confidence. The exports;of Britisli-!mnn&lt; ufactured- goods during tlie; year 1003 increased lo the valufe ofi£7'/151,420. The in creases werfo chiefly in iron; steel and woollen goods. Mr. Lloyd George, M.P. (Liberal)',/ spoke at the New Reform Club last night, and in referring to the Unionist Pree Fooders declared - that tliere was no room in the Opposition cainp' for half hearted recruits.
A "Boy" Politician. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
A " Boy " Politician. \ Mr.. C. E. Eraser who lias just been elected to the: House of llepresentatives fo r ICalgoolie. is a native of . Victoria, his birth place being Yarrawonga. Mr. Uvaser will be the young est member in l.lie Eederal Par liament, as he is only 25 years ol.' ago. Mr, Fraser has filled the positions of: secretary to the Goldiields Trades and Labour Council and Political Party, President-of the; Boul der Jingine-driyers': Union, and .president ol: the Boulder . and Trafalga branches of the A.N. A.