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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

TO BUSINESS. ACENU IP you are in ouynesa, you musfc-udvcr- 'i tise. Competition is -too.-keen now-a-., flays fot>.any<ibnsine88 to. jog alone;.,in the.. old-fashioned : manner; Businens-men;, nmsfciproclaim to; the .public: n.ll;about,, their, wares,-and tliose who t<1o .this most pfci'sistentlyvi'jii'o .invariably .rtlioseivho succeed. , , • Put an- advertisement •inithe". AroyTjR TjIBF.haij, jintV-yon- are. ■ sure • o£- it being rood'froin 0110 end of the ■ electorate: :t'o the other, and over a largo field-beyond, it.;-" '/'■r:*-.y.■

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

TJIlj KAPIDLY-IXCI! BASING DK hand Ton oui; Federal & Challeuge Famous Suits To Measure, '-v \Yith Extra Trousers : given away - __ for Xjinis-Box,' tiv 45s and 55s. 0Utt introduction of this.^biancli has ^enured a..-..world-wide reputation' foi theproduction ot a superior cliiss of Garments to measure, and we excel in style, materials, and workmanship. xyn t,",,5"Pilpia avydeW!llld for tllu Xmils' fcitidc. PJaoe your ordorg now. MJSK'S BOOTS. . Our aim is quality and porfect fitting-, Gent.', T.-ui Bals., G/ll, 8/11, 0/11, 1-yn aSM is an„ir " bu"°n'10,0 Ameiican makes, such as- Keith's" Snow'=> IiUlybraokefcs, from 14/11 to 25/ A Soo&JiwotBh^ey,, in nail or sprigs, Gillespie's :md American's, at 7Id Boy s School Boots, 3/11, 4/n. 5/lt; 7/(1. Latost Novelties in Ties, Hats, Shirt., tvc., for Xnms. . CIIAKLES W A U;G H, Clothier, Uatcer, Moreer, and Juvenilei . ■ _ Out fitter, !»."> .auburn-street, GOULBUHV. I IEGAL. „ , 'J 'S01jI°ITQ11! PaO"OTOlC'&ct'^ ...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

GARDEN, & FIELD . CALENDAR FOIl' JANUARY.' " ' /Written Specially, roit Argyle Libkh Owing to tlio late rains tho soills now in good torin for croi>piiig, and it will doubly repay farmers to sow at once largo areas of •winter fodder plants. 'I heso.fodder roots prove wore valuable than liay for winter ieediug, especially for dairy'.''purposes.. •. Mangels; •. swedes, j &c., ilnd Hungarian' millet should bo laryoly sown, ■' the latter "makes good ensilage if it -is mixed with Vorh br sorghum. : If you eow in rows; it will adinit of thinning and cultivation be tweon thecrop«. All land should bo well and properly mulched,, so as to cnsuro good crops.' The weather is likely to- bo stormy during the month- - with spells of severe heat. ■■■" Kitchen Garden.—The melon and p. vn; kin .villus will require pinching buocl, also attend to tho tomato plants. Sow al kinds oflioanj, also cuu'ilowevB, cublago, swedes, oarrots; letUiee and radish. : It you. mnlcli frf.ely. yovicwi...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Events to Come. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

13veats:ta:Coino; / ^ ■Shows" • (Sunning SliowpFobruu >.y 25 and 2C. ,'liivn.lga A. P.:an(l U. Association, Thurs ; i ■ ■ • day ■und-.SViduy, Pobnmvy 18 and 10. \CroolcwelI.Aiimuil'-iihow, March 30 and' ■11. ; , Goulbtun Annual Show, Mavcli. 17, 1Q iind 1U. •, .

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Reasons for Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

Reasons for Advertisings Advertising in the. oliief/■-•auxiliary ot twin.—Tooke. Advortiaiiiff.-is not-the rond to snc Cftss, -but success itself.r—Hiiolitu-clanu. Advertise your business I .owe nil my success lo it.—P. T. Barn um. The most truthful part of. a news paper is :it,s tidverliseincnfs.—.lofft-r son. ' ;■■ ■.-■'.■■■ /The man wlin pnya more for aliop rent thnn advertising does not know j.h s Imsiuess.—Horace Greeley. Row can one man know what yon want unless yon nslc: for if, or what I'you havo to sell unless- you advertise i'.—Murat. I-Talstuad. I The advertisements which appear | in a/pnblic journal talce- rank among t.lie most significant indiealious of the stale of society-of that rime and p'laoe. —Dickens.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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The Austral Guards. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

The Austral Guards. Bt nilvertis'ment .in oar business colnmus it is announced that.t.lia Aus tmi Qnaula Band of the Salvat.ion Army will perform at Crook welI t - moi.row. (Wednesday) iiight;;*Avgoiicl programme of selt-ctio'us, ..vtofejlR'S; solus. dnets, part songs, be. rendered. The admission is 1 ^

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meeting of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

Meeting ot Parliament. Tin: Parliament of this Stain; is sura-; moiu'd to mebt on the JOth inst.. to give effect to the will of the people as declared in the recent refciepdum. ■ The will of the .peonle, so far as the people had the opportunity of express-, •i'ng that will, is that ' Farlirmeht should pass a sejf:denying ordinance of a searching charades. The, demand is -that 34 of its.presont members shall bo cast into the outer darkness ' of political oblivion. Weeping.- and wailing ancl gnashing of teeth may not occur there, but thi've will be no. pub lic banquets or .champagne swilling, ; u or free rai 1 way jiasses, no room fort able six pounds a week. Still," it has to be done. One out of every four must bow his head .to ilie block, and the public will only require now that the heads slialt he bowed in seeming quietude, and with becoming dignity: Griven.fullest opportunity in the refer-; euduin, it is quite possible- that the people might have required moro, aiid is quite with...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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What Parnell Did. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

IVItat JParneli Dirt. Mr. Paiiiel) was 30years of fige.whcri lie .first. wuiit into Parliament. ;imi lie Hied at. 4;>. tie .disorganised the House of Commons-;' reversed tha traditional relations of the races by making. lOugluhineii furious Avh ilo lie remained calm ; restled all constitu tional forms' to revolutionary ond<; made Ireland ungovernable (xccpt ..by himself; extorted nuns valuablo. con cessions for Ireland.ungovernable than Ireland submissive, ivculd'"ever have >rocn vedparalysei ilia great -Liberal: nnjniity if lb8u , o\citluew ]\Li Gladstone's Government; . pufc -jjo'd: Salisbury and the Conservatives, into power, and persuaded the constitu tional parly .to lwld remarkably qivil, Iftni'tingo.; towards treasonable agita tors ; threw. (lie .Irish vote in Great Britain'for thelirst time against the" LiLeml Party ; attniued the bnlance.of power at a general . election-—was for a moment tlia Warwick of tho JSm pire ; forced Mr. Gladstone to capitu tate; pl...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Poot's Corner. Memories of a Mate. (HARRY MORANT. "THE BREAKER" ROVER, RIDER AND SINGER.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

Pool's Corner. Memories of. a Mate. V{HARK.r MORANT. " THE BREAKER " ROVER, RIDER AND SING.ER.) . -On stillnijjhts ivhen-fltarB glimmer brightly, And the warm, gently murmuiiug breeze iFrom tlu'.South rustles softly and lightly Thrmgh the t<\ps >'of the .Moretou Hay. ■■/.trees, . •::■■" '; : .^Iy fanciful thoughts oftfln wanrtqr . .■ ., Kar awn,y into Memory Land ; .'.And bore, there, and over yonder, With an old-love or friend I shake hant). Hut somehow,niy mind loves to lipijor ■ With the ghostof a long-ago mater: . ■iThe Rovoiv the Ruler, and Singev, -; ••v.- Who on Africii'Sjveldt-niet his fate. \ -AniV I ctmter agniji down the-EVnwlei'9, :■■■• t . The Darling, theXnchlan, and Mo.* ; Where ivo'vc roasted .'together like c.iiulera: M'hiJsfc keepingrhe stock " on the go;" ' - And'neatn see the t/ill Weddin' Mountains Where bijshmen can shoot auji can-ride. And -wo -watched the clear . spring tv-Jiter: fountains . . " ' ■ . . Flow crystal-like down tlio hill-side.; An...

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Send-off. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

SkimI-oH* A iwc^vk organilsud by the Misses Bnir.ley find Withers took place-in the Grnbl o:i Gullcii Hull on' AYediiosdny night, as ft hend-aff ;to : Messrs M. linntie and W. Corbett, who afo leav ing the district. There was .»vlarge. attendance. The refreshnieuta, which were <if a -high- class order, were srip pl,iert by the ladies. ' The mnsin was ^applied.by Messrs M. Kindon (piano) \V. Fro.stj P. Whit' , It. ■ Purqetl and P. RyaHi. Tlio duties of M 0. were entrusted to Mr. W. Ruano. The proceedings were kept going. merrily , till the V wee sma' hours," when t ho" company dispersed weil pleased with" the nighi's enjoyment.

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DAPHNE. CHAPTER II. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

DAPHNE. /CHAPT10R If. (Continued.) "Unfortunately. Lady Oldroyd is •not. up this . season/.' Mrs. - Chester •went on, with'a'smile for his.lnst little ,,spec(!h ; they are in -, mourning for le*)ne .oNier-,Imsbaud?» sisters, or ~e(S8*rlT '^are say she would'have taken'Daphue • ■about a little.,;,But, as it is, we have contrived fco-.-amuse oursel/es u ver. well ;, and you will not think mo a ".-very conceited mother if I toll you fth.'ic .-Daphne has had a siicces foul ■ After nil, .-being pool' does nut matter .n bit—tor ol course we are paupors !" —laughing lightly. "Indeed, 1 think ;(poveir,y is delightful. on the whole one has.so few responsibilities ! And every, one has been more than good My own people—the few that are left; ot us—are in India, and I uuver could ■get on,'.unfortunately,' with the Olies ::ters, who live all. the year round in the .rcouutry; hilt Daphne and I have ^always found someone to take care of *us. Incieed"—she laughed again—her jpretty young laugh—" les...

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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 12, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

AH9 Q&F&t&T RECORDER Impartial—Nx>t Neutral.. Trufjl^erpr lovely since the. world bei/an, Thrfoe of tyrants and. the friend of man. TUESDAY JANUARY 12, 1904. O.V niirofnl perusal ;of thi: cablegrams wpywisiiij* ij4:'tljo Sydney daily papers, one<'«if>s».-d nu-turally como (o the con rnnd ' Japan;' ^ nothwithstanding lliat . both Powers arp full y cognir.aut of the Inch that: a war mast be the'means of bring ruination upon either Nation. 11 behoves ris'to.'cnrefnlly consider the qutcome of such a struggle, and how iff w.dl; stf'-eefr.Austrnlia. - Ever since .laptin ,dtlfeafco(V China she appears to bh ft.riJcioun-f!6p'a,'liglit) and in all ...pro-' Ijhbility.-tliie h'fctlebcown men will gel what thay.are fiiokSngfor with.a ven geance. But'we are inclined to think that if.hosti'ittes break out . nearly a'l ■ tiie great PowersVwill lie drawn into it. In the t-r.~t place there is an Angio Jqpai eio treaty, and r.ccording. to {iioqe wlio fihonlcl ...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Some Figures of the Late Boer War. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

SoinC Figures ot the Late Boer --''V :'y Wk clip the following for a book en titled "Ghastly Blunders of tlie Wov," kindly handed us for perusal by Mr. John JJroderick J.P. :— . During the late lioer War England fired 70,000,0011 rounds of ■ atmnuni rioti^ which was a largo expenditure in relation to the result iu killed and ■ wonucied of the enemy. ■ An oflicial return, shows that irl8,794 horses wiire procured for the army • .--during tho wniy. ofwhich 347,007 wero expended—or. in other words, perished. In no-campaign in history has there been such .mortality. The gip.nd total England sent to South Africa was 448;870 officers and men. - ■ •- . ' '■ The grand lofal of Boers in the field; including sympnthiaers, • was 80^375. Prior to the . war the esti mate was 50,122. : . Tho totals loss of British was 22j355 • - The cost, of the war to Jiing lund, £228,084 000, was, provided by Parliamentary .vot« between 1899 and 1902. A conlribution'of iG30,Ol'0,000 is to be paid by the Transua...

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A World Wide Week of Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

A World Wide Week of Prayer. The services in connection with tho. atove in Goulbuvii WW'c Contluned on Thursday evening at St. Saviour's Church Hall. There wan a la-ge :it toncian- u. Tho subject for connidera (ion was "Our;,Land niid Its. Posses sions."-'. Tii j address was delivered by iho "R. v. V. SC. Gould, who in the coni'M' ot his remarks said that thee woie ijjod grounds for thanksgiving, for tha'iriafcerial and spiritual progress made during the past year. The har vest promised a more abundant return than for many years pnst, and the missions held here^and elsewhere dur ing the Inst 12 months, had produced good results spiritually.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Careless Use of Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

O.'i rel ess Use of Firo. At the-Young Police Gonrfc last wcelc Jumps Kelly was sentenced to thron mouths' hard'labour for careless use of fire. It-.was stated that it was in . consequence of the accused's act of lighting si (ivo among, the Ion * ■ grass at his' cainp tlmfc n. bush' tiro was! slavtedoieav .-Xoiuig, and destroyed, abou*■. £400 worth ol wheat, the pi o .perty of Thomas Quinn:' l'lio day being a boisterous one, the iiro threat ened gr pat?.' devastation until' a fall, of vn i u . cxt i ugu is hed *: i t.—G rem I ell Ve dette.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Death of Mr. John Farrell. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

Do.tfh of Mr. John l-'iirrell. iVi/lt. .itfbn Parrell, journalist and poet, 'died iiVSt.-Yihcerit.'s HoHpital on Friv. •day morning lnsf, the canse of death 'fading :Bilglit's disease. Deceased was employed for a linmbiT of years on the ''Daily Telegraph," occupying the editorial chair at one time. Bo also owned, the Wollondale brewery, Goulbmn, a great many years a.^o. j Ho is the author.of the poem "How' He Died," which is generally ackriow lidged to ho one of the best poems i ver written in Australia..

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

. meth;opjst. citn.koh.. Grnokxvell, H p.m. ,_ Eov. J. Walker^ Billion', 11 n.m^.ReT*. J,Wall»or..' . SrooVitfpll, T.'.lpipjni).—Rev.'J.. W&Ucci;

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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CHURCH SERVICES. [?] OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

SERVICES, GiCRMt OP« EHat.A.NBt> - Following nr<tte.. sor-viees for a*>xt '• S '' -■ OrooV-weJl, 11 R.mj(fIol5jCo/uip,Tiniofi^ ■ I agann, a p.tn, Orookwell 7.30 p.m, - Crooew^ll, WeUiiaad^j;, P.;ni'. Rev. B^n pore- Brjnnt;. Rector.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

(JlfNTlSTRY-. M.R. CKARLESr H. GOLBY, Den^ Siirgepii, <3pu.Hjnrn-»t^eet, Crook well, opposite £]. S mid A. 13 iijlc. painless Extractions & Fillings. Visit# Tnralga first, Mnndiiy in. ouch month—Next visit., Fob. 1st. „ ALL GUARANTEED. . MR. H. BLACKADDER, DRStiCT, •"13:'.It 0.0 K W E LL, VISITS TAIJA L< 1A third SUNDAY ftnd -MONDAY in KACR MONTH, and tmiy ")>s consulted ut MOONEY'S £u£re-LEmN. . HfOi&'o? Next Visit: 17th and 18th JANUARY. nitrous OXIDE oas ADMINIS '; tered. -

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PRESRETERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904

Vu.I3!itaTI!llVV< Ch U:BO II Turaljjii. 11 n. jo. . , . ''Cftwi'gLi. *. 31). p. iii. ^ ; •Prfn-cher—E«v. G. Crane, V,.&£..

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