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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

OUR POLICY THE AltGYLE LIBERA!/is not owned, subsidised,-, controlled^ ■ or run a|j tho dictation or suffrance ;of any..clique ;or party, but !«s- a free" and independent, ■journal nrsthe interests : of' producers". 'Its columns are^open for the free discus-: sion of all public matters, while all, fire invited to con tribute" ..items-, of ■ interest touching ,j>a«toraV agricultural, mining, and social ■matters. > This journal will be : outspoken, consistent, . i inpartial, and ■representative, and'on- tliis- policy ■ we will rely lor its success and advance*. ment. TO BfLSHS^SS MEW- - IHyouare in.Business, you must aulv.er-,'. tiso. Competition is tGo :ko^n' ,now-a-7 days:for any business to. jog aloufifinithe - old-fashioned-- ujanner; • Business .-mon; must iH-oclaini.to'itlitK-pubUu . all - about/. their waves, and those who: do this most'-; j)L'i'siafce>itly are invariably >tli»sev.who, succeed. . Put an -ndvertisument- in:the 'Abqti-e.^ Liherai,, and you are suv e ■...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

POSTAL NOT US. r The public are afforded the opportunity of transmitting small, sums of money through the Po3t within the State, and to Queensland, "Victoria, South Australia, Tas mania, by means of Postal Notes. Postal Notes of the following value mav - be obtained at any Money Order Office in V the. State on payment of" the poundage ■■ specified in connection herewith—: 1 . Yalue. Poundage. Vuluo. Poundage, v. 8.. d. a s, - d. . d. 1 0 X ■. 4 - ■ (5. ■' 1 1 6 I ■ 5 0 1-1 2 0 - 1 "7 •• fi 2 G 1 10 0 3 3 0 1 10 C 3 3 0 1 - 13 0 ~ 3 >i 0 1 . 20 0 3 .... Persons may.remit oJl pence up to 5d by iflfixiug iiiiiililitetiUdd postage stamps to the face ot llu Postal Notes, and the valui! of the stamps affixed thereto will be i paid on presentatidn. V I A . Postal Note may-be crossed, and the I Postmaster, shall :refuse to pay itexcepb to a bar.leer, ■ Additional poundage, eqxial to the orig inal poundage, will bo charged on all Postal ■ Notes over six months old, and the same amount • f...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Postal and ltaihvay lnibvinatiou. li. MAir,sGnosis at Ciiookwp.ll— For Gonlburn, vialiaggnn and Woodhouse-. loe. at 4 p.m. on 'Monday,: Wednesday; and Fridayand':by-;direct route:at 4.45 on Tuesday, 'lliursday/and ,Sat-. urduy. , For Binda,- Tuesday, Thursday,- and Sat-.' : urday, at 10.45. • : For Fejar and Kialla, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 11.45 a.m. For Glengarry, Saturday, at 10.30 a.m.. For "Whoeo, Tuesday and . Saturday, 1.+5. " p.m. - •Mails AitRTVE at-Cuookweh,— From Gonlburu, via Laggan and Wood housolee,- Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat urday, ao !U5 a.m.; and by direct route- on Monday, Wednesday,v and Friday, at 9 a.m. From Binda, "Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 3 p.m. From Pejar andKialla'Puesidayj Thursday, and Saturday, at 11 a.m. From Glengarry, Friday, at 3.30. ... From Wheeo, Tuesday and Saturday, 1 l>.m.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Foundering of a Mail Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Foundering of a Mail Steamer. The mail steamer Cliallam, . from v S eattle;':"Ei ondyke, foun d-. ered during a fierce gale when i fc was four miles from Victoria, British Columbia. 3?ifty-tbree persons were drowned. ..The 'tires-of the steamer;; - were ex tinguished by the seas, and the steamer then became utiman agable.. The ;wnmen* and children passengers were placed i n three lifeboats, . but all , of them capsized, rind the" occu pants were lost. Thirty-three persons who, had remained' on boardthe vessel 'were rescued by tugs before it foundered.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Progress Association? Tub annual general meeting of mem-' Ihjjs of tlic-Cro"kwe)I Progross Asso ciiutiou is iiunoutiocd to take place in :tbo School' of .Arts this1 cvoning at 8 o'clock. TIjo busiuess will include the rccoptiou.of^ lilt) report and bul nucc-shoot for last your,', and tho oloc-. tion of oliicioi'ij.and committee for tho ensuing term. |

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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The Ro[?]an Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

; The Eoirtan Catliolic Church. Tub Pope has directed tli'at no lady considering herself a good Catholic shall appear in a de collete gowri at gatherings which may be. attended by Cardinals; or prelates. His -Holiness has also1 ordered the removal from Catholic 'churches of images and orna ments that have but little . reli gious or artistic value. . .

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Obituary. -//; We are sorry to h'avo to record the' de.ith of Mrs. Sullivan, relict of tiio late Mr. P. Sullivan,- of Wheeo, which sad event.took.place oirMonday night •fast, 'the cause. of death being, senile dooay. : Deceased,' who had reached the ripe age of 84 years, hud been ailing for about 11 months. She leaves five .sons and one' daughter to mourn their loss. \ '1 he sons are- Mi\ Thomas Sullivan, of Queensland, Mr. M. Sullivan, of Cfindoblin, Mr. Peter Sullivan, police oflioor of Walgett, and Messrs. George and Pal rick- Sullivan, of Wheeo. - ; The da'nghter is'Mrs.'.Geo. Penniug. c>f Narrawa. The remains were interred in tho Wlieeo cemetery on Wednesday, and were followed by a; largo concourse of • friends and s.ym pat.liiseVs. : The itev. Ptitliev Carroll conducted the funeral servico.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Another Fire at a Theatre. London, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Another Firo at a Theatre "London, Jan. 11, A ■FIRE' occurred at the. ,Gros warden Theatre in Mungiry, but it was extinguished, .before ithe audience were aware oE the danger. >It was afterwards discovered that all: the emergency exits were locked at tlic time, and the keys missing. v: ;

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between, the producer and first Pnrchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

COMMERCIAL. I, OROOKYVELL PRICES CURRENT. • -;-.r :■ - . ■: (Thut+iz. between-, the producer and first . * ~■:-pnrchuxer»J . "Wheat, . 2/9'per bushel Outs, lis to is Ud. bdshol Maize, co,as tld bushel. • ii'loui-,- il) ton ■Jtran; 8d to i)il per bushel.. Jfuliard, lud to ia per bushel Oil Cake, 8s per ewt - ■ Ohatt' (oaten; ££to ■£% LQs per.ton : i-'otatues—Uu'cuiiir Heads (e»cui{f}.to : Onions,;6a per :ewt. (new) . Jiggs, ad pe>-dozen ; Butter (faetoryj/Sid, dairy 7d 1 jBucou, yd ; Jmiiis, Ujd Beeswax, lOd lb Horsehair, lod to Is Laid, (3d lb S>lieo|)3inns, 5d to 6id lb Hides; 3d to 4d lb toultry—Fowls, 3/ to 3/G pair j ducks, 3/ to 3/3 pair j, geese; .5/; to Gj ; 'JL'arkeys—-hens, 5s to 7s, gobblers Ss to 18s pair

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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The Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

.The Church <>1 England. The Rev. R. 1L Tti-rnbnll," ot" Albury, lectured ou fcho. above subject- on Wednesday night. The Church of England, observed^ the vevet'eiid lec turer, claims to"; be': ft branch _of .the Holy Catholic Church;' Who was the first to introdnce : Christianity into Britain, we cannot tell, but we have evidence of the existence of: an iflpisco pal Church 111-Englmd. as early as 314 a d., when "threo Bishops. mft in 'council, aud three orders of clergy were present. /There:is then a long gap of nearly three hundred years ' lu G97, Pope - Gregory .sent, a^prior ;■ named Augustine on a mission to Britain, who on arriving, there found in exist ence a liturgy. From whence came this liturgy:?- -The question is rll -im portant, occausivby means ot this lit urgy the Church ot England proves its Apostolic . connection. Now we; know that the A,postles established a church at Epliesus. To this churcli tliey gave a liturgy, that liturgy found its way. into Gaul...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Austral Guards Band. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Austral Guards ISaiul. (Pursuant to adre'r.tisemeni, the above ;band of thf» Salvation Army appeared at Crookwell' on Wednesday night .last, when they gave a grand.musical entertainment in the , skating rinlc. There was a large attendance of the public, and Iho poi-l'ormiiiiee of Hie baud was much appreciated. The proceedings opened by the band play; .•ing,'.a~sti3;i'ing selection, which was followed by a hymn and prayer. Afterwards tbc programme.. of .ttlie eyeuing was entered upon, which con aisied of vocal and instnimeiital mueic, solos, duetp, part songs, and recitations by members of the baud. Thci rendition of each iiem was greeted with .'rbnnds of .applause from the audience. .The band consists of 25.. first-cluss performers, nnd_,fch«SP who • attended I lie performance on Wednesv d«y • vSWiivclod""/wiliil* "a musical t-eat

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Clippings From the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Clippings From the Bulletin. " P.T.F." writes Was watching the •election returns being posted outside a Sydney nowspapbr office on polling night. Beside me stood threo men whuse appearanoe.sfnmped them as workmen, aod their conversation in terested me. The7 were discussing tlio Labour ' members. . Senatorial; candidate Griffith held a bad position. Said one man : v 1 Ah, Griffith's: lost his »C30U a jear; lie made a mistake by vesji-g-mng, and he's sorry for. it now, f I bi-t.':;' Yes,' said another, ' they're all alike-.';''.they only, want the ,eight qnid a week.' 'Them. Labour members has got a good thing on,' said the third. , 'i?Now there's Hughes and Jim M'Goweu ;. they're, making money onfc of it." I knew M'Gowen when he was only a. workin' man ; and riow look at, hira. He's - making money out of you end me. Now, a a man like George Reid don't make money out pf it; he lives up to his salary. Anyhow, M'Gowen's been in long enough;.ho ought to get out and givo souipone else a s...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Wedding. AVver'v pretty"- wedding took 'pliice. at, .St.. Bartholomew's (C.E.), Crook well, on Tuesday morning, when Mr.* W. Toole, fourth son of Mr. Ti o'e, of Kcmpton, was married to Miss L. Tracey, se.'ond daughter of Mr. Jas. Traoey, of Kemptou. The ceremony was performed by the. Rev.-_B. D. Bryant. Mr. W. T-racey gave the bride away, and Mr. J. Baker .ueied as ■:best rnan. . The .biade, who looked ebaraiiru, v,Tas dressed in white silk, with guij.are insertion, and wore tho .nsnal wijath and veil; she also car viedrn handsome shower bouquet. The . bridei.mnids were Miss A. Tr.icoy and Miss A. Ooiinors. Thoy wei e pretti!y dressed in -blue y,oiU»,~.*«ainiecl with ,\y.hita-silR,"~*and.''\vorb white picture bats'to match.

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THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

THE WAR CLOUD. .Iondon, Jan. -.11. A TELEGRi.M^fron>Tokio states that.I he Russian cruisers Gro moboi. Eossm, Rurik, and Bogatyr, which were reported to be proceeding to Port Arthur, have returned t,o Vladivos toek. The Russians declare that the G.romoboi alo e put to sea foi-sheTl practice, .and that the rest remained at, .anchor in Vladivostoclc Harbour. Women and children are preparing to leave- Port Arthur and Niu-chwang. Japanese .reservists, in the North o£ China are hurrying to Japan. Chinese railway officials on the side between Nni-chwang and Shan-hai-kwan have de serted, fearing that the district; will be the scene of fighting; An attempt to explode the magazine of the Nisshin, one of Japan's new cruisers, now on her way from Italy to Japan, failed. The attempt was made by tampering with ' the elect rical apparatus. Japan announces that she highly appreciates- the offers by , Australians as volunteers' and nurses, though her milit ary regulations preclude their acceptan...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

The Weather. Aftek experiencing a coupl e of very hot days at the commencement of the ■ week, a sudden change to cold weather set -iii: on, Wednesday, 'accompanied by houthveastbrly. winds and light .rain. .On- Tuesday.' afternoon ."heavy., peals of thunder occurred, but not much'| rain; fell in town,: although- some -heavy showers-fell in life surrounding districts. "The total rainfall registered at the local post-office, from 9 a.m. ou Monday 'up to 9 a.m. yesterday was 12 points.

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The Balkans. LONDON, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

The Balkans. .Loudon,-Jan.. 11 A strong Bulgarian band has invaded Turkish territory near ICumtmova, 16 miles north east of Uskub. It is reported "tliat 100. Bulgarians have been killed in "an engagement with Turkish troops near Koehana, 50 miles east . by south of ¥skub;- ' *• _ . Bulgaria is negotiating,- for the purchase of 12 CreriSot batteries which were made for the Boers, hut were not deliv ered. ;; . ■■"v!

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Wool from Crookwell and District. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Wool from Oroolnvell and' . District. Up to yesterday 5-£03. bales ' of wool, had left the Crook well Rail way station for the metropolis. Last year the grand total for the' season was 5620 bales. It is expected that this season's clip will slightly exceed that of last year.

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P[?]BYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

BuERBrTEIilAN ChDHOH. . Tarfllga, 11 a.m. Yalbraith.3 p. m. v . Taralg-t, 7.80 p.in.'- •■"'V:.." ;/ V . " ^ Preacher—Rev. G- Crime,, R. A.

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MET[?]ODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

'SfPTHoriisT Csqiica. Grookwall, 3 p.m.,,Rev. J. Walker.-. Gallon, 11 a.m., Bev. J, Wiilkar. CJroqkwell, 7.30 p.nu—KoVj'J.. Walk, r;.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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The Arggle Eiberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began,. The foe of t[?]nts and the friend of [?]. FRIDAY JANUARY 15, 1904. Pith Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

ArN D> DJ ST R l<3T RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral.' Truth, ever,lowly since Ihv wovld began, . : The Joe of i!tr<int/*and.Jhe;fripul.6f>>wit. FRIDAY '"JANUARY 15, lilOi. Pitli, Politics.,^ Wlicii the Tleforendum -Kill was 1>n fdro the Legislative Asseir.bly, Mr. : Carruthers unci. tho -.majority of his followers saw fit to leave the chamber. . -pittsumuhly -Because they., /considered '.Hint when'tho Labour Party were con • ecientionsly opposed to reduction that the party : would 'lie instrumental in relegating the Referendum Bill to, -tho fixate-paper basJfot. ' . Anyhow, -they" •were deceived, as the Mb'onr Party nr<» staunch believers in. the principle c-f-'the referendum.They assisted the Ministry in passing the measure, as -they- could not consistently swallow their principles to please the Gar-. i'(»^hars? crowd, who were endcavour iag-t-Grimpvess upon the minds of the efent'ors: that their very hearts were bleeding, for reduction o...

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