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

RENWSTRYi; m CW:ARLES~ H. GOLBY, Dental Surgeon,, Cjkinlburii-Btreet, Crook well,- opposite R. S and A. B ink. fjai n !ess\ Extract ipo s tSTFill i n g s • Yiflita Taralga first, Monday in euch mouth—Next visit, Feb. 1st. : ALL WORK GUARANTEED. MR. H. BLACKADDER, .DENTIST, ' - : G: 'R 0 . OfK-AV E If h', VJSITS TAIiALQA third SUNDAY and ' MONDAY, in EACH-MONTH,.,and may lie consulted lit" MOONEY'S . AKGYLEINtf. ' : ' • Data of Next Visit: 17 th and 18th JlNUAEY. XITUous oxiDE GAS ADMINIS _ . ' TERED. • - ■

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. Wheat, 2a Sdper bushel .Flour, £12 03 to .£12 10a Bran, Gel to 7d bushel Maize, 3/G bushel .• „• • Barley (for feeding purposes) ,..3/5 to 4/ , Oats--f eed2/0 to 3/, seed 2/9. to 3/ Hay, ^81 15/ to £2 ton Straw, £2 5/ to £'i 10i ton Chaff, dE3 to £3 10/ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, 6s per cwt. Butter—-factory 8d, dairy 7d ' Lard, 8Jd to 9id lb Egg's, lOd dozen Potatoes, £2 to £2 10s ton; Brownfrlls (seed) £i "Os Cattle—Bullocks £4 5s to .£11 5s; cows ;E3:5s to.-XS,"heifers' 454 to 434 19s; springers £5 Oa to £Z 15s, steers £3 . to .£5 10s. Sheep—Wethers 10s to 15s ; ewes 12/G. to 15s Pigs—Fat • to £3 ; porters • 29s to 40s; stores 12s to 22s; slips 10s to 12s,' suckers 7/6:to 9s 6d . ■ > ■ Beef (retail) ■;<t}d;to 6d lb Mutton „ 34d to 5d. ^ - Hides, 3d to 4d>per lb. ; Tallow; 4S18 to £22 per ton - Wattle bark, to £1, hickory to 30s ton. Poultry—Fowls 4s to Gs pair; turkeys— gobblers 17s 6d to 30s, hens 8/6 to 9s; ducks 4/6 to 5/10 ; geese,...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

HOME BUSH FAT STOCK SALES (From our Repjiesentative.) Hojigbusu, Monday. About 5,195 sheep and lambs penned, from 23 consignors. Attend anoe good..; The market opened to f re« competition at the values i'u1 ing, on last sale -Jay, caping, however, us the sales progressed, especially, on:the .beaviei":descriptions.- Quotations:'-—, SHEEP.' SHORN.- . . : : - Merino Wethcs, 18/-to 19/G Merino Ewes, 16/0 to 17/0 Crossbred Wethers, ISs to 21/ „ - Ewes, 16/6 to 18/. woolly. • • Merino Wtfchoi's, to ] 9/10. ... IAMBS. , Competition moderate at a docline in values. Prices1: ' ' ': Prime suckers 14s fo 14s 6d. Good suckers, 12s 6d to 13s 6d 'Medium,, from lis Amongst thesaies,were 18crossbred, at-13s '10d and 6 at 13s 9d, on acconnt Bf Roslyn.... , CATTLE. 950 yarded ; attendance usual; price showing an. advance of 5^_.to 10s oil last Thursday's values Yard ings comprised,all qualities, the bulk being good, useful ^bullocks. : • Quota tions::— Prime bullocks;-,£ 1.0-to."dBlli Extra prime and...

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 — 15 January 1904

GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR ; ■ V FOR JANUARY. "written ' Spkciim<y>f<ni "Aha yle Liberal Owing to the late rains the soil is .now in good form for cropping, and it will doubly repay farmers to sow at once large areas of winter, fodder plants.; These fodder roots - prove more valuable than' hay for winter feeding, especially. -for dairy purposes. Mangels,; swedes, § &c., ..imd Hungarian •millet should be largely sown, the. latter makes good ensilage if it is mixed with corn or sorghum.. If you: eow in rows it will admit of thinning -and cultivation be tween; the crop*. All lancl should -.be well and properly mulched, so as to en'suie gqod crops." The' weather is likely to be stormy during the month with spells - of severe heat. :••• Kftbhen• Garden.—'i'lio melon and pump-; kin Vines will require pinching bucd, also attond to the tomato plants;- . Sow all kinds of beans, also cauliflowers, cabbage, swedes, carrots, lettuce and radish. If you mnlch...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tragedy at a Wedding Feast. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

. Tragedy at a; Wedding Feast. At St. Gall (Geneva), during a wed ding breakfast, tho-brother, of .the. hue-, band,'an Italian, rose to-'pro peso a toast. Instead of doing so 1)0 suddenly drew a dagger and stabbed tlie ybuiig bridegrooms After a fierce struggle, in the' course of-which he also wounded another: brother,*, the miscreant, whose motivo was jealousy, .was ovht powered i and given into ^custody. The- table cloth was." stained with blood. The I wounded brothors were convoyed <o i the local hospital, and tho .wedding guests departed, leaving the breakfast I almost untouclird.- I

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tragedy at Newtown. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Tragedy at Newtown. A shocking tragedy was discovered afc Newtown on Tuesday. A" married couple uained Sly, .the husband being a tailor, who is supposed to. have worked.in the cityy last Wednesday m lived into a house at the' corner of Wilson aud Watkin streets, Newtown. They had formerly lived at Mitchell-' "street. Glebe. The couple were re garded as being somewhat peculiar in their way e, arid seemed to suffer from illusions. They, while at tho Glebe, complained that their enemies fixed ^up electrical contrivances by which hey turned on noisome smells, r. After moving into the .house rtt Newtown they made similar eomplaiuts. On Monday the owner, Mr. Lands, gave • them a week's notice^ to leave, owing ' to the filthy sta'o in which they had allowed the.' place, to drift. There .werefour children in the family, their ages.ranging from 3J- to 8 years. At midnight oiie of the . little, boys ran into a neighbour's plaeo and told her that his mother an3"fathptv:'.wore bo'h dead. Noiiou...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Her6^There & E verywliere (eRIBBED.'Cur.LED/AND CoNTJUBETEB) Armidale lias an Amazon fire-brigade of eight girls, }7 and under. It is the only ono of ils kind in- Australia. The girls gave u voi'y . excellent 'no count of themselves nt the recent demonstration there ■ . V y/^ i Since the beginning of December, 220,000 bags of -wheat have reached Darliiig Harbour railway' depot.' ■-Five vessels-are loading, and seven more are to be berthed at Pyrmont and Darling Hnibomv The traffic ' is espected. to increase considerably. ■ .# ■; Several farmers lost, heavily through a bush fiie at Lockwood. The origin of the fire is notjknown, but it is snr ' niiaed that it was caused through arolessness in.th rowing down mutches after lighting pipes. - Self-sown crops;of hay in-the Car acal1 district will go about, one ton to the acre. Sown are expected to yield tv. o tons to tho acre. "From ".Mnla grovo to Neville, ft distance of-nine or ten miles, and as far as the eye. - can reach beyond...

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

: . , : : : IMPORTANT SALE GEO. MLD ff SOS Have bopn ■ '.favoured with instructions ■ fi'om MR. A. E. HUNT to Boll at " Malveni," North Croolcwell, On Tuesday Next, At 1.30 p.m., Tlie Wliole, of his Kuriii ture and Effects, Incmjdino— 7 Tons Hay v 2 Milch Cows and Calves I 13 rood Sow 1 S.'and H. Mare and Foal The Well-kuowu S. & H. horse "Dick!1" 1 Buggy. 1 Saddle • , SO Pairs Fowls .• • 'Uardon Tools - - ' Bedsteads • ' .■ • ••••. Washstands-' Tables ' ■■■'; • ' . Pictures ' : _■ ■ .< - ■■ Chairs ... 1 " Sinaor" Machine (almost new)1 Drosseiy&o., &c. . ■ Householders should attend.-. ah the requisites of a well-appointed home will hi* offered WITHOUT .RESERVE, as Mr. - Hunt is leavi'ig the district- :• oeo". Mcdonald &. sons, Auctioneers..

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

State Legislative Assembly. Tin-: attendance of members at tlie N.S.W.' Legislative Assembly in divi sions in the House o.nd in: committee duiingithe parliamentary .session,.1903, -''hare.been issued'.by < ho Acting-clerk?.: 'of the Assembly. Mr. W. F. Hurley^ •heads tbe-list with 81' divisious-iu the . House Slid;ISI in committee,- making a totiil of':-216 while ; Mr. J. C. L. J?itzpatrick' runs hini a close second with.a total of 208. , The niiine of the momber for Ai'gyle, -Mr. Thos. Rose, appears-neaiv the ..bottom of the list,7 ho having ; beeu:'^present; afci ouly 58 <■ divisions—-28 iu the House and 30 in committee.: The iowest on the list is Mr.iS. T./Whiddon, memBer for Syd ney:: (Gookr. DivisiouX .who oiily ap peared in two divisions of the House. Siirely it .is: about time something waa^ . done .with regit rd'/tqi paying - tlie mem bers of ^Parliament at so much per sitting instead-of £300 per year as at present. .

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

Sydney Commercial.. Messrs. Er,lis & Co;■ report.:—■ Pigs—A 'moderate' supply penned. Sales ruled brisk at high, prices for prime quality porkers 4<51b. to (351b,-' heavier sorts realised; good values. Bacouers mot with ;readv sale at -good figures, also heavy.baclcfatters.*. ^ tore pigs, good sorts, are in gooi: demand; Prime quality 601b porkers.'worth 34s, *120lb bacbners-jMs, lieayji;bfickfatters 75s to. 95s,' stores jIO/6 to 25s^big; for-,: ward sorts up to 38/6 each. / 'CajVe-:— reqliir'emdntBjiand all.descriptiohs.isol'd1' freely at high' price'':' /. Both ^pigs.and ealvbs will -sell well at next week's sales. V Milbh cows in-moderate .supply and selling stendijy—primo ' to choice £13 to £15, medium to; good- £6 10s to £10, old and'-faulty from' £4- 15s, ;.fat' cows £5->10s to^£8 10s ench. ; Jan. 13. ■

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

Sydney. Wool Sal es. Tub above were continued on Monday,. on which day 5640 biiles were offered, and on -Tuesday 851C . bales were sub mitted. A contined good demand for all classes still continues. Values oil round were equal to the best of the' season. Greasy averaged from lOJ-d td L2jd, aud seourcd so:d • well up to 24tl. ' Another dispntc< has arisen in • the wool trade, which ,i^suited in 'tho salo of Dalgety and Co., Limited; beii'g ■boycotted by-members of the Wool, buyers'Association. ■ During ■. the present wool season 374,000:bales have; been received at the.threo railway depots, viz., Darling Harbour. Morpeth and Newcnstle. For the corresponding, period: of the .provious. wool season't ho ' rocovd was 371;000 bales, so that the current clip'' is still 3000 bale's to the good.' •: A Wary Politician : ' Tc-ll mo, my 'dear doctor, are you a freetrader or a protectionist ?' • j; - ' • .' To tell you the truth, my dear madam, it dopends upon the patient I am treatin...

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

Sydney Commercial. .Messrs. Br,lis & Co.'report, Siicldug pigs scarce and sold reaclilv,: at hiifh prices'.;. '."But teiy - bacon, .lard,' linney and cheese sold slowly fit late r.i'es Eggs in big1 'sd'pplj*''Viud found bnvers slowly at liite quotations Ponlt-ry'ia-fall,Wpply.. I1" wis of all description''afift-towceys sold freely at good v-f ues. Ducks wore not so firm mi j a shade lower. Geese wei-e con siderably lower. Comiug sales are lifcely. to rule unaltered. Quotations: Eggs, case 12d/to 13d, new laid 13|-d to 15d, choice suburban brands 16sd, .'ducks'^ 15d; to! lGfd; .per ,;_doz ; fowls;; young roosters 4/4: to ;5/6, -cliMce up to 6s, small very young/kinds from 2s up wards, old liens 4sto 4/1.0, choice up to 5/6 ; ducks 4s to 5/6, choica suburban up to 6/6 ; turkey lieus 6/6. J to 8/6, ohoica up to 10s, gobblers 10s W 18s, choice np to 22/6; geese 5s to. 6/6, choice up' to 7/9; sacking pigs 8/6 to-138 each; honey lid to 2|d, choice up to 3<i per i.b. Gha...

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DAPHNE. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

^APHjSE. C HAFTER" in. (Conti nued.) young Askow. had sprung up ■eagerly, aM the. opening, of. the pianoj and was, bogging, for jtisfc . one! song fpOBi Mrs. Chester, who declared she wns too Inpy to sing,' t,!iat it was too aooii after suppes-, that. she" would if }\Jj would play something first. • "Daphne dearest," she added, "'don't you think we niighFImve that, •vy.indpw at the other/end of the room open There is onlv the policemen to he disturbed by our little concert,'.' The window at.t'ie other end of the Tpom .• TVft?: in-a .i^eep recess, draped by heavy.;,- curtains of a coppeiwoloured plush, and overlooking the silcnr. em bankment and, the plane-trees whis pering beside the moonlit river. Humphrey followed Daphne into the zuicass, in which .-.there; was a broad window sent, and where the cool frag-: •ranee of mignorinetto was blown softly :iti, as lie threw up the sash, frc m tho deep window-boxe* outside. " How pretty !". lie said in a low. T4oicer us they stood side by-s...

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

■ FOR '.PRIVATE.- §AL,13. • J>HOPERa IKS, Tariffing froin 100 t p ',000 nerea,,-in - unci around tho Crookwell District. : ■: ■•;■■■. For full particulars apply • ; v . A: J. ULENNAN, Auctioneer, Ui ooicwell. CRO O K WE LL PROGRESS - ASSOCIATION- ' ipHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEET ; ING-.of membera of the above will be held nfc iho .Sehool of Arts THIS (Friday) EVENING at 8 p.m. . .BDB1NE3BAdoption-: of Report and l:araiica-ahuufc Tor last your, Election of. Ofliaora for Ensuing- Year, and the fcrunaac-. ■ tion .of any. other - businesa that may be" ie£>ilary.brought forward. Agoodtvtteudaneois requested. ; " JOHN CONtfELLAN, ' . Hon. See." Mrs.Le Count, Fruiterer, 7 Greengrocer, and Confectioner, W^SHES tc inform tho public that she -has removed to promises Recently occupied t by Mr. 11. Louis, •••where she line, opened - Up-to-Date ■TiBA'-JiOOMS, and trusts by. Civility ,-ind attention to receivo a fair share of Patronage. ' Meals supplied at nil hours. -■■■■■■Fresh' Fruit and Veget...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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THE THIRD TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

THE, THIR,D ETEST MiTCH. V The weather,is fme and cool- for . the third.test match which commences to-moi'i'o.W; Foster, whilo practicing to-day,,split liis thumb, and icia mu iikely.that he will be able to play.

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

' • SUICIDE. Sydney Neil Do Moiitforil JJi-omlc^; goveiMHJi' -of 'Bi-okon . Hill g?wl, coin mitled-suiciQfe to-day; fay blowing his brains 6u.t. He suffered from an-in terual coraplaiut,-which, he regarded a3 incurable. • •• i '■

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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THE IMPENDING WAR. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

TilK; IMPENDING WAR. -r London, Wednesday. . Japanese military engineers are dis tributed at various - pohi'ts along tlie TranrSibemti Kaihvuy, disguised as Chinese coolies, but follow other oc cupations, aud are ready 'to blow up the line at any.moment. Servia lias bought in France 60,000 overcoats and 20,000,000 •• rounds of Austrian aud Belgian cartridges. She is aTso'-negotiatirrg for the purchase' ofs forty batteries of quick-tiring guiis. Bulgaria arid Romania have also ordered immense quantities of military clothing, arms, and ammunition.

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

SUPPOSED MURDER. The body- of a female child was found in- the YarniRiver.' to day -jeh elosbd.iri a bag^ which was weighted with.stones. "

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fodder for Japan. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 January 1904

Fodder for Japan. 'Doubtless the possibility of war eventuating between Russia and Japan accounts for the fact thatj'uquiries are being, made by the Japanese us to supplies of •compressed fodder beingobtainable in Australia. Mr. J. B1 Svittor,: the New South Wales coinuii r cial Agent in- .tho Bast,;- 'appears to; have reached Kobo, in Japau, at tlie time when the aixthorities in that'country are anxious to lay in a-quantity of compres'saci: fodder, for the A griculturiil department on Tuesday received- the following cable message from' •hiin"Please send by mail scojimer sample of all graces of compressed; fodder. V- v\'ant quotations; vEapect,to; introduco consider-:, able business,''.Exporters are requestedto commuhiciito : witli the cepiirtuiout with a view of- fbrwai'ding" samples aud: quota tions, as asked fon , :

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

; Import,-iiit Clearance Sale. By advertisement ixi another column,. Messrs. Geo. McDonald and Son an tipuuee that they will conduct an im portant clearance sale at " Malvern," .Ntirtli Crookwell,. on^Tiiesday nest, at i'oI.SO p-ni, on account' of "Mr. A'. E. Hunt, who is leaving the district. The . «ilo will include .the ''.whole, of the household furniture and eifeets, niiloh cows 'and calves, horsis, seven .tons'-of Jiay, baggy, brood sow,;;3so. For fall particulars see advertisement.. :

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