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The Referendum. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
The Itefcrendiiin. Tjik filial referendum!'votes are as fol low For 90 members ' : .. 206,273 For 100 //„ ",; ...... J 13,310/ I'or 125 : - ...... . 03,171 Tito informal votes ns far as they, couid be'classified wero :— ' For 00 members ' -. ... 21,418 Korl'io „ ...... 10,093 l(,or 100 „ 3,598 Jn only one electorate—the-;Barrier — was there a majority/.".fobtli«-^ in tention of the present streugtli of tho • Legislative!. AHSerubiy. 1 In •.Bland, Cr.wy dir, Darlitig;: and-. ;Ne wcasl 1 o," lvltour' electorates, there was heavy /v jling for 12.'&lt; members.
Illawarra Election. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
IIliiAViirra Election. I Membkks oCv the Parliamentary JLmb i,our party are making.a.hnrd to I securo .the rolurti of Mr.- Ritchie for I 311 n warrn. .. A: 11 umbur o f inem bers of I tlio Opposition are. assisting Mr.-Alluu, i lliu reform candidate, bnt there ' is no straightroufc Ministerial nominee. Mr. Gamaliels delivered, mi addressnt Dapto, uud declared' &lt;1 link-lie : would not accept offioo merely with the / mip port of tli.oXial)onr-Party; ■ -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
Notice^ of' Removal. H)p$.Le Count, frujtei»eitV Greengrocer, and Confectioner, ^ TSTfSJITlS to inform the publifj-that '• she has removed to promises Recently occupied by Mr. M. Louis, where she hns 'opened "Up-to-Date TKA ROOMS, and trusts b.v Civility. ilnd attention to receive a fair Bliare .~ot Pntronage.J':;.AIertls supplied i-at -iill jiouvs. Fresh Print niKl Vegetables a speciality. pi. JUooie and pi.Le Counl Also wish to notify the public tlint thoy?. removed tJjeir.Up-to-Datey Boot.: ' Ustablishmentit.o the premiseR-vncated ~by Mrs, Le Count. All repairs exe cuted with ufeatne^s and despatch. The Electors of IVerrbva. WHEN' IN CROOKWELL GET YOUR HAIR CUT AT imm HAIRBRESSIM SALOON, J And at .the- same time Inspect his Large • ■.-?:: 'and Varied- Stock cf I PIPES, CIGARS', STATIONERY AN1) • FANCY GOODS, BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS & BIRTH DAY CARDS. 5EUSIC FOB EVERY HOME—ASK • EXHIBITION ON GRAMAPHONE, "BOOKS FROM, 2d. to 7/6 EACH1 E. IV. COLEMAN'S, cnooiavELL. ,.^&l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
FOR PRIVATE SALE. PROPERTIES, ranging from 100 to. 5000 acres, in and around, the-' Crookwoll District. For full piirticulivvs apply A. J.. tfLENNAN, Auctioneer, ' . CrooUwell. THE SALVATION ARMY Austrarfiuards Eand? ■WILL PERFORM At Crookwell f Tomorrow (Wednesday) Night, 13th Jan.-' A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF 25 PERFORMERS ■ The progi'ivmnia will consist of Grand Selections, Stirring Murolies. holoa. -Duetsi &c., &c. ADMISSION, . 1/. •■*- ; • .. . . ' Joe Pinn, PAINTER & DECOHATOK,, Prospect-streeti Crookwell* House-Painting a Speciality; ORDER' YOUR NEW YEAR SUITS' FROM T »T - 11 ^ 11 "Eeoplb'b" TaILOB' • . lil- i JLiClilIj Near Royal Hotel,, GOVtBVHN SUITS from 6U3, TROUfSHRS from 10a Git OAT.Ij,- DR-WRITR FOR. PAJriH'lRNvfr •
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
VITAL STATISTICS. ^ , During tlie w^ek ended .Tumulty 9 the " births of - 271 children were registered the Metropolitan; area, of ' whom 29 wore - illegitimate, and 152 deaths were recorded, The record of births is favourable, but tlie ,deatli-r'oll presents very ac verse aspects. 'Sixty-deaths were of children unde ■ years of'a?o, of whoiri 47 were inf -90 of persons above that age. "
MURDER UP TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
MURDER UP TO DATE' A barkeeper named ,Gai-fttld, at Minne-' apolis.U.S. called upon ii friend on the telephone, and nsketl him to listen to some thing particular. A ■woman's shrieks and revolver shots followed in quick succession, and the friend who heard them. giiva the. alarm, ft was afterwards discovered that Garfield first murdered liis wife and then: killed himself with the revolver.
CABLES. WAR CLOUD IN THE FAR EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
CABLES. WAR CLOUD IN THE TAR EAST.' Th r Paris correspondent' of the London' " Times " states that Russia's reply to thft Japanese Note practically restores to Japan . tlio position conceded in 1902, Just after the- ■ publication of tlie Anglo-Japanese treaty, • and recognises Japan's'' preponderating .poorer in 'Korea.- The reply proposes the neutralisation of the Korean: coast, but refuses to place Japaneso on the same foot ing as Europeans in Manchuria. The "-Tillies,'" "in commenting on the' reply, declares t.liat it has reduced .to al most a vanishing quantity the slender ,hope3 of peace which had been nursed by the Powers.. Japan' is.' dissatisfied with the terms-' offered bj Kussiain her reply, and is to-. , hewing her efforts to', secure ' a modifica tion. " Viscount Hayashi, Japanese Minister in . London, speaking in reference to the- state-!. . liient that: a conciliatory repl^to the "unesa^pfcand^ •R,ils JK^l: " The period W Su*perise isT ■*^fai as Japan » c^ffceined It l...
Alleged Horse Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
Alleged Horse Stealing. At the Gonlburn Police Court on Friday, Thomas Bean, ou remand, was charged with" stealing, ou or about November 22 lust, a mare, the property of Spemcer Smith, of Bevau :dalo. • • Mis-O'Brien appeared for the ac cused.; . • , • Spoticer'Sttiithjrat'labouror, rosidiug : at. Bevallidilt', diipbsed that some time : ago he missed a draught mare, valued at £7 10s ; witness last sa w the mare oil .the night , of, -November 22, _and i missed, her .next.morning ; witness had known accused ever since he was a child ; the niare witness had seen out side the eourt wm.s tho one he lost. * ,, To Mr.;Q'Brien : Accused was'ids wife's ; In-other; accused was about witness's placeja week before the mare was stolen. > •. Constable William/Martin Thomp son deposed'that lio received ytlie ac cused from the'^rpk well-police. To Mr. O'Brien : At the 15-mile peg he met '.ho accused .who appeared _iu his piopei' soL'ses. : . James White, liconsee o'f the Wer-. riwa Hotel, Goulbu...
The Wallaroo Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
Tlie "Wallaroo Disaster. TfiE-"true ; tale, iof tlie disaster on H.M.S. Wallftroo, was told when tliat vcfsoI arrived in'port on Friday morn ing. ^In.^our telegrams of last .jssue we're port dc that 43 men "were killed and three ii jijred. Itisnow ascer tained thut there was a mistake made in the signals, and that there were only four men'killed, and three in jured. The killed and injured wore all stokers. The vessel arrived in the Sydney harbour'with tlie 'flags flying.-' at half-mast, and was met on theqnny by a largo concourse of people. _ The explosion oil the; vessel took place at 2.30 p.m.' on Wednesday,-aud was noticed1 first by the scalding steam coming tlnongh the engine-room hatchway. Several men went below, when it was,discovered that the top of the combustion /chamber had blown ou', and that the'stokehold wris filll of steam,and boiling water. The water in the stokehold was so deep that the sailors of the rescue party had to wear sea boo 8. Only one man was killed '.inst...
Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
S.vrtiK'.f Commercial. Mnssiifl. Ellis Co. report:— -. . Pigs—700. yhtded this .w cek. BAck. fatters and baconers sold irendilyat mi ad va ri ce o f 3s 'peri head: »U round.'. Porkeis met ,WitKf brisk sale at high prie&s. Sforea ^bowed Rn iroprove rhentof 3s per KtJ.d on: recent;: val hps. 'Prime porker 60ib worth • S8a 63 ; : prime fcweoner l,£01b .worth '51s, bacik *r Attcr«. t&lt;j^+bjj 'stores Os'to 26a eac'i. Calves—200 penned. All descripibns mot :with brisk Competition -at high prices, with thb ' exception of very small light and 'inferior, sorts,. which '.realised fair.--rates;- - Milch cows, £&:. to £13 10a eucli,'-moderate supply and steady Bale; fat cows £5 10m to £8. 15s each ;.lnt_calvjes.45s to .70s.-- Both pijiR and'oalvea- wilKsell well at next we(tk'8 sales. * ■ ■ : 9th .lanuary. • 5 '
Another Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
AiuotlifcF Tragedy. Tmgediks- iitivc foHdwed' oaoh other •in i-atber-quickisutcessipji' during the past few days.-: ■ On Friday'afterudoi\ a'dtetnrbaiice is reported, to have oc cttrred- on board a vessel at' Dkl getyV wlforf, during"" which' otib t of" the participants /waBfatnllyinjured; Thc-Times says that it aupears for the first time iu souie years - that the English bowling' is decidedly superior to Austral iani which lacks variety.; The Australian Eleven'baa a decided tail, wliilo the English has none, . ■
Tragedy at Terrible Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
Tragedy at Terrible Vale. As briefly reported in our telegrams of lust issue, a allocking trai/edy occurred afr-Terrible Yale on Thursday last, when a young girl named Emiiy Hebblewliito.' was-shot dead. From evidence teudered at an inquest held on Thursday it appears that Mis* Hebblewhite/; yjas • making: a cupr of. c-ocoa'-in '-tli&'f tntchmu-i-when she re i^ffrer iir ei.. diefflTKtwi^fiiiiintes. SefliarrOonstable .Gardiner,' in bif^ovideuco, saitt'tre-Was handed two fiinu'lc-barrellod muzzle loading t>uns, pne of which had been recontly discharged. Hu also received a pair of boots which Albert Henry Ball said he was wetiriug ihe previous day, and a "bag which had been hang ing-ovor the window through- which it was said the shot had been fired that killed the girl., Kate Ball (step-sister of deceased), 12 years of age. said that ;ihe deceased, and George and Albert iHenryiJfill, were in th«' kitchen with lief when she heard the shot fired. Deceased was making cocoa, and...