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HOSTILITIES DRAWING NEARER. Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
HOSTILITIES DRAWING NEARER. iriin. 8. The Cabinet at Tokio lias considered the reply of-Russia to >lio demands of Japan.: The situation is not improved. Tho Council of Elder Statesmen of Jnpan-wilt confer on the reply to-day..., . ..The1. Tpl&b oo.rrcspondfent of .tlie- 1 " Standard"'states that it is generally believed that the concessions on which Russia lays stress in her reply are more nominal and illusory than real. The sole and immediftte object of the reply is to gain time. "The " Daily Mail" reports t iat the,.reply of Russia is interpreted at Yokohama ■ ns rendering peace hopeless. Several warships have* Iefft J'ort Arthur to reinforce . tHe' J&issian 'cruisers outside. The combinjd forces will then procserl to. meet the four Japaneso ironclads that are approach-, iug Korea. , Iluftsja'is etdeavouring.to secure a eencral permit for warships to pass through the Dardenelles. The* Sultan is reluclant to grant the desired privi lege unless ho be conceded a fr...
THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
•tiO>'pb>t, Jan. 7. JBsTRAOROlJURT efforts aro being: made to accelorate the dispatch' of the new Japane«e cruiser-i, now rinnvcd'the Ka gasako and Mighpa. ' Engineers-with a complete equipment of sWi"arrna-and ammunition have b«en r'Aippedffrom England. A fair proportion oft' the suiiirig crow consists ofiGAriadiiiriaand Australians. They-hud'aw> enfcnuRifiH tic-eend ofE'at-.Ptivcr. The Enss an' warships Aurora and Donit.ridoriskoi '■ are watching for 'crnisers-iirtho Eastern Mediterranean. T4ie.Russian Squadron at Bizerta is watching, the St.iaits o£''Gibraltar, and't.wo.additional warships arejjying. putsidte the Straits>. II iar-r^ported tHiit .Thpan- is- trjiiig' ■to buy four additional Argentine war ships*.- , ■' J fhn-dretlSofc Japanese trackmen and mineifc at Wyoming-, Waited States; are "hastening home to- outer the. army; . ' • *. ■' Japan lias ordferud TO 000' tons-- off hay and three million ponnds of mess boef from the Pacific Coast. .2 : The officials of th...
Goulburn, Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
Goulburn Progress Association. A large volume of business was transacted at the above on Friday night. Messrs. Gray Bros., Kingsdale, who were present at the invitation of the committee, placed some important to the lime—burning industry, and the committee decided to take action with regard to the proposed line from Nor- wood siding to Kingsdale. The secre- tary reported that a petition regarding &nbsp; &nbsp; the unsatisfactory train service on the Crookwell line was being extensively signed in Grookwell and surrounding district. (Those desiring to do so, &nbsp; &nbsp; can sign the petition at this ofllce.)
Here, There & Every where (CRIREND, CULLRD, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 12 January 1904
UevOjTIiei'o $.E verywli ore (crytenn, Ocllhh, and Contjmbmeu) Owing/to an.aniioiwicement appear ing in our no)umna-:t«i 'tljo elfbct that $#U;\v»re plentiful 'iiv,the Orook.well river* .several o£i our-townBpeoplfe haye visited the wonl-wAsh b'nid" 'headed by one of onivtonsbrial artists with,so we hear, a fair amount. ofisucceBS. v* . : r Attlw Rathurst .Musical: Competi tions Iiml. week, in the " B" Grade Bands contest, the .Australian Horse Band (Goulburn) obtained second prize. ' 1 *** 'JQhe Lyric (Jlnb, of Goulburn, has eleofed5 the- Bight Liev.. Dr. - Barlow, Anglican Bishop of Goulburn, prea: deiit of (he society. ' *#*. .The Corowa harvest, is backward, 'though the yields aro keoping up well. R&in.delayed stripping operations: Corn erops in the Liverpool dis fc>iot are looking : splendid, but the tomatoes have been almost ruined by grubs. ~ ' ■ ' .' ' ■■•" ' . Miss Ada Crossloy left Adelaide on Thursday by the R.M.S. Ophir, en route to.Loudon. She had a most en t...
Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
Church of -Englanil. The cleaving of the site for: the .erec tion of the now..church at Orookwell has now-been completed, and the work of erecting the building will bo com menced without delay. •.&lt; The Bishop: of Goulburn has ap pointed Re v. Frederick Bevan B.A. of Bega to the ; important. parish of Albury, vacatcdby 'Archdeacon.Spen cer. Mr Beavan will take up his-new •ivoik within the next few weeks. . Rev. F. W. McDonnell of Marulan has been appointed by the Bishop in-Gouncil to. the important and lionor ■able position of organising. seeretary of the Goulburu Diocesan Church Society. Mr.^McDonnell with youth, ! energy, experience, and a genial '• per sonality, has everything'in his favour for his new work. He will reside in Goulburu. : I
Here, There & Every where (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
Here J:-piere &E *ery wl i ere (Cribbed, Culled, and Contuib'uted) The .fidur ..mills of Messrs.: W; S? Kimpton and Sons, Kensington (Vic), >vei'o destroyed ;_by . fire on Sunday night. 'The damage' is estimated, at £35,000. Thj's amount is a little more :thnn covered 'by insurances, which arc distributed over a great rnuny offices, and amount altogether to £37,000. - • A Chin am nn named All Hook, who committed a triple minder,- at> Oav nnrvon (W.A), on August 26 'last, was hftuijefVat E'ree'mnntle.'oii Monday; ' -A'figljt nt." Melbourne on .Monday night "between Jack McGrowan and Malier,- of Tasmania, lasted" thn full 20 rounds. McGowan waa giyen the decision 011 points. ■■■ ' . ■" .. The inter-State yacht races between the Sydney yacht Bona and the .Mel bourne yacht Sayen.ua, 'have; resulted in tlie Y-'ctoriiiu winning two out of the three: races rnn, ' - '•*** " ■ . ' ■ On' Christmas JJay Dennis Hayes, an old-iige pensioner;'died at Moonan Brook, Scone district. Ot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
THli KAMDIiY-INCREASING DEr MAUD; PQU OUR Federal & Challenge Famous Suits To Measure, "With Extra Trousers given away for Xnms Box, nt 45s and 55s. ,UR introduction of this "branch' lias securcd a world-wide reputation. for. the production of a superior class- of* Garments to measure, and wo excel in 8tyle, materials, and workmanship. We anticipate a heavy demand for the Xmas trade. " Place your orders now. 1 Our aim is quality and perfeot fitting. Gent's Tan Bala., 6/11, 8/11, 0/11, 12/p Gent.'a Tan Glacie, lace or button, 10/fj Gent.'s Box Calf, 10&lt;6 Gent.'s Glacie Kid, 7/11, 9/G, 11/G, 13/6 Wo also stock full range'inthe celebrated : American makes, sucli as ICeitli's, Snow's ' Lillybrackets, from 14/11 to 25/. A. good lino of Bluchers, in nail or sprica at 2/11 ' • - ■ b ' Gillespie's and American's, at 7/G Boy's School Boots, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 7/G. MEN'S BOOTS. Lat&lt;>sfc Novelties in Ties, Hats, Shirts, &o.,, : &.U., for Xmus. CH...
Goulburn Stork Sales. Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
Goullmrn Stork Sales. Jan. 13. To-day's salt's were fairly well .attended. Previous rates both in •sheep nud'eatile were well maintained. In I'at cattle there,Was u-good snpply, chiefly in; prime p.0\ys, wEich-ran frptn £6 to £8 12s Gd (latter price lor extra good quality). lu fao ..bullocks the few offered sold well at prices from &lt;6(3 2s 6d to :£7.' :'Searcoly more than' "40 head of'■ slo re ' oattlti wete in; - and -i.liosp wept at about iasfc sale's rates. Eat sheep-—fat - wovhers ran: to 1G/C, fat lambs 9/9 to'Il/ti. In store sheep wethe-s brought to 13s, store-ewes to 12/0, two-tooth ewes 12s, ewes and lanibs (all'c6unteci).to 'L0/(3. ''l'horo if a .growiugcbmaiid . frotu1:up-couutry agents for young store cattle. Mr. ^V'-H;^W.hea^e^■M^prt48es'a'tHg'borse sale for 28th J;iuuar,vyuud Messrs. 0. :H'.'-l?ur'ner aud OoVLtd;i"h6ld another' of their periodical liorso sales on 9th proximo.'
Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
Federal Politics. There is considerable speculation as •to tho probability of some interesting, developments in I)V!clm;l politics when the new parhnjtijjnt meets.. - Thoio^xs a ^possibility tint Mr ■Kingston: '' vv;tliiv £be support . of the Ijivbo»v_'Pni t\^ '-will make an attack upon the Government in regard mainly to its-arbitration''-policy. ■ It is considered, however, that any attack.upou the GroverumeutV fiscal poiicy by Mr. Reid would have the effect o* on, o':dhting tl e profiocii'on ist ranks. It was announced this evening that the-directors of the P. and 0 Com pany lind dccided not to tender for the mail contracts between Great Britain and Australia. No . reason is given for the decision, -but it is doubtless va result of tho action of' tlio" Barton. Government in .inserting..a clauso in the Postal. Act; preventing coloured labour on mail steamers. The Federal Government has con sidered Air. Seddon's telegram re garding a protest against Chinese labour 011 tho iland, but...
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. The following is.tle .scale of charges foe : thu" cMTiageiof^iu'coltfiOnfthe; Govfli'iiuienfciiii^K Stamped Pabcbls (Peepaid) Hates. Up to 40 miles—31b. and under, 3d ; 31b. to > ■:•■; 71b., 3d; 71b. to lllb., fid; 141b. to 281b., 9d; 2Sl!i. to 561b., 1/; 501b. to 84lb.,-l/0;-"every- additional 141b3. ox' - . part thereof 3d. , . S'or 51 to 150 milcs-^-31b.v and- underGdj - "31b. to 71b„ 3d; 71b.,to 141b., 1/; 141b. to 281b., 1/6; 281b. to 3Glb., 2/6 ; 561b. •to -841b,,- 3/G; ovory additional: 141b. : ■ or psrt thereof, Od. For 151 to 200 miles—31b. and under, 1(; . » 31b. to 71b.,. 1/3; 71b. to 141b., 1/9; 14'b. to 281b., 2/0; 281b, to 561b„ 4/; 561t\ to 841b.. 0/3;. every additional: :1 141b. or part thereof, 1/. Over 300 miles-—31 b. and \indor, 1/0 s 31b. to 71b., 21; 71b. to 14lb., 2/G; 14!b. to 2^1b., •!/; 2Slb. to 5Glb., G/; 561b. to 84lb., 8/; every additional 141b. orpavt; ' thereQf, 1/G. All fractions of 3d will be charged as 3d. 50,per cent.'addi...
THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan, 12. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
THE'^WaII'' CLOUD.. L'ondox,. jan. 12. Wa To Pni, the' Chinese Minister at' Tp'kio, n.fc th« Tpquest of the Japanese -i?drei°n Office;jt'ejegraphed;;to .''rinee Ghing,. Chinese-- iVIiuister for 'Eoroign Affairs, - on t.fro ilt.li insl..,;; fliat. the seconcbroply of Russia to Japan vas 11 nfavourable. " Japan cannot accept it," the telegram proceeded, " unless Russia recedes, and will-bo compelled to promptly . .resort to-, arms. Japan expects China 'to. maintain the strictest neutrality: and . preserve order.in. the Rnipire,. espuciaHy.iii1' Yunnan and Shantniig, j)n'cl^gufti'd-the foreigners in fhe interior, in ordor to deprive the Powers of nnv-pretext for rijrsressiori." The " Lolyal; Anzcigiii'," of -Berlin, reports that; the- Czar. 1ms directed Oount'Ijnmsclori'Ej'tlie Russian Minis tor for Foreign -Affairs, to publish a communique .informing.'- the;Powers that Russia has offered Japan strategic ULd. economic freedom in Southern Korea, .nlso^fulj: commercial freedom in Norther...
Rust in Wheat. A SCIENTIFIC A CHIEVEMENT OF IMMENSE VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
Ilust in Wheat. SCI ENTIFIO A CHIEYEJIBNT OF IMMENSE VALUE. '.For very many years past scientists; all Hie world over have been conduct ing, experiments with the object of ascertaining the bust moans , thereby to combat the devastating wheat dis ease kTi'own as mst^ -bat hitherto tlie experiments have. not been too suc cessf ul, and it was gradually recognised that a remedy would have-to besought in another direction There subse quently came into existence a sehoo' of agiicidtural scientists which put forward tlie theory that the only way to deal with tlui disease was'to grow a rust-resisting wheat by careful hjbrid ision, and. a -system of artificial selection, and'anjong.'i,hose who recog nised fcluxfc such a theory was fri'll of promise was Mr. W. Ftirrar, who now occupies the position of wheat experi mentalist, to the New South Wales Department, «.f Agriculture. For many, years Mr. Farrar, who is r' gentleman of high scientific attaiumonls, con ducted experiments on the abovo'li...
GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
GOULBURN TO CROOICWELL'Tjlld,/ - ' A. train leaves Goulburn daily, Sundays . and. Wednesdays,, axcopted,' at 7.20 a.m.; RoslyUj 8.55 arrives Crookwell 9.50; , A train- leaves Crookwell daily,' Sundays : and ."Wednesdays excepted,^ :at :..3.10 p.m. j Eoslyn, 3.55; arrivos Goulburn , 5.30. On Wednesdays trains, leave Goulburn at: 5.3 5 turn; and 3. 20 • p.m.; Koslyii; t}.40. a.m. and'4.«15 p.m; j arrivo at Crook ^vell 7.30 a.m. and o.'lO p.m. •■■■ :• On Wednesdays trains leave Crookwell at ■ . 8.5 a.m. and 6.20 p.m. ■, Ilo3l.vni'-8>10 a.m. and 6.50 p.m..i-afrive1: Goulburn 10.10 a.m. imd 8.25 , •
GOLSPIE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
GOLSPIF >7 MYS. firom our Correspondent Weather.-^-Tne past few days havo beeu've'y hot. but. on Tuesday evening ive/ werB'yisiti'd'by a very hunvj' tlnin derst.orziij.nrcompitniecl'by hail. The l'tiin f'tll-'inVtoi'vents, flooding all tho creeks nnd watercourses. Hut vesting..has been in 'fu.!L, swing hero during the past week, the crops "in the majority of-bases giviiij? .excel lent results. The ree'ent. heavy storm will retard finishing.operations for a day or two. .. ■ ^ : Rai'-os.—3-n enthusiastic meeting bf vesidents -was held hero on nlie.ilth ins'., for the pnrpo.se of taking steps to inaugurate a clay's racing . It .was unnnimonsly decided to hold a day's yaoing on the 13th -l^bniary-next', anil, a strong committee was appointed at, the meeting to carry out all arrange ments'nnd draw up a programme, which will tipp»;fir iu. yonr paper later I 01)..- : Cricket.—Dm ing flie past 'week ov'J so the grand and noble game oforicket lias been a-bit taine in this part, clue, ino ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904
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