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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Cycling. . At tlie cycling sports on Thursday tiight tho iLnteraationat Test Race re sulted as follo ws ' McParlahd I, Lawson 2, Major Tay lor 3. : :Tay lor protested that lie had beefl bored by both McFariarid and Lawson>-,ftiid-;-lt1wa8 deciced by. the commit fee to re-ran thrj- race. The five-mile scratch race was brilliantly won by Ivor Laivsoti from Major Tay-.i lor and li. Mutton, in the World's re cord time of 1Omiu. 36sec.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Learnv % the New Sliortha nd No matter wlfere youlive, AVE WILL lEACtooU , Shorthand. 1 21 lessons for 21/ ; postage extra. ' 1 Only three lessons tc write notes ; 21 to completion. . . Our' correspondence system of Tuition, lias given Results BE UP-TO-DATE I Study the Simplest , and* Most Practical System. \ ' White Vor Particulars.^ CHARLTON HCTBBLF, Gibbs' Chambers, Moore-pt., Sydney

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SPORTING. Third Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

SPOKTINGv Third Test Hatch. Great.intMrest is-beiug taken in the third teat rnaoli, wliich' was begun on tbe Adelaide -Oval on .Friday. TJie only hope Australia baa. of securing the rubber is to-win: the hest,:throe matches. .I^'the•Bl^g■l^shu^ou,Wvin•o.llb); Warner will have succeeded in accom plishing. that wliich each:visiting cap tain has.ffti e'd to do since' Stoddart's. team in 18f)<L-5 —that i\s, ;socure t he ' best three out of five; . The first test match 'waif played'at Sydney in Decem ber, and was won by England by five wiokets, after tho keenest of ganes. "She second was played at Melbourne at the beginning of this month. Un fortunately, rain, when England hav ing won the toss ivas ir» a good posi tion,.settled whatever chiuiee Australia had cf making a good fight of it. Given equal luck in the remaining struggles, Warner should win tho rub ber, but the people of Australasia may rely upon their representatives in playing the keeuost cricket imaginable, and ou ...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

<^UflCH . SERVICES. Churoh-' OP' Enoland. Following iirs'.tke '.services-'for Sunday iftxt j.,■' Crook'.r'ell, IV fi.m.: (H»n. Lay Reader)' W'oodhouwloo, 11 a.m. Pftjar, 2::)0,p.in. t UrooKwell^. Wodtiosday, f.30 E«tii. . Jtuv.. Ben i)oro Uryiirit, Kector.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

ills LiDerai' Directory. Solicitors— . T. Clifton. Gonlburn-Htrefifc, Crookwell. John Cotmellan, Goulburn-street, Crook well. -Banks—_ Bank of. N. S.W., Gonlburn-street, Crookr well. E.S. and -A.C. Bfmk,: Goulbnrn-3treet, ■ Crookwell. Chemist and. Dentist— -Mr. H. BlnciftddeivGoulbum-straet;, Crook well. ■ •Dentist— *" _■ Mr. C;. H; Golby-Goulburn-Btreet, Crook well. Printers. = W. J. Smith & GOij; publishers of Argy.'e Liberal. ■ Office :: Goulburn-street, /-i vGrootatel),'; .directly opposite thfc Post Office.' , - Newsagent— E. V. Coleumn, Goulburn-streefc, Ci'ookwell. Storekeeper, Newsagent, &c. A. Kershaw, Gonlburn-street, Crookwell. Milliner Miss A. Harvey, Goulburn street, Crook- I well. Dressmaker. -, Miss Bm-ell, Old School of Arts, Goulburn dtreefc. Sworn Valuator. - i A. J. Glonnan, Gonlbirrn-street, Crookwell | Auctioneers—-. ■:. .-.-.J Geo.McDonaldand Son, Goulburn-stveefc, i Crookwell. - E. C. Brny, Goullmrn-stroot, Crookwell. i A. H. AMord, Goulbiirn-s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

QUE POLICY •TEE ARGYLL LIBERAL is not oimed, ;aubaidiapd, controlled,: orran at the dictation or suffrance. of any • cliques or party, " but vas.a -.free iand lrdependent journal in; the. interests -of-producer3. Its columns are openifor-tlie free discus sion of. all.public:vn)attei'9, .-rchile all; ore invited to contribute -items of; interest touching- - pastoral, agricultural, mining, and social matters.:/,Thfa journali-rcill be outspoken, -consistent," impartial.' and 'representative, and- on this policy vte •will rely, ior its: success and advance inettt. - TO BUSITnESS 3IE? ;IP you arc in ousiness,.jou must «dver-. . tise. Competition ;is.J«o r:;keeji• :iiov.--a days-for-nny businossto jog alone; in the; old-fashioned .manner.-' . UusiueDS. nien must proclaim to the public nil „ about their.-wares,wind those ivlio do this-most persistently tire invariably ..those . who,, aiieeeed. •••.,. • - .. Put an advBrtisnmeiititn'the -A-Raxiv. Liberal, iind yon are: svire,of-it,.being re...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

.JPOSlkli NQU'lJS. The public are afforded the opportunity of transmitting small' sums of money through the Po3t within t-ho State) and to Queensland, Victoria, Squtli Awti-alia, Tas mania^ by means^of Postal Notes. ' Postal Noto3 of the following value mav be obtained at any Money Order' Offibe in the State on payment of the-poundage specified in connection herewith— Value. PoitnHngo. • "Value; Poundage. s. d. d s. d. d. 1 0 i .4 0 1 1 C a 5 0 1-i 2 0 1 7 (J ■ 2 ■ ■ 2 0 1 10 0 , :i a 0 1 ' , 10 6 3 3 6 I - 15 0 3 . 4 0 1 ■ 20 . 0 3 - Persons may i mmt old pence* up to 5d by affixing unn'<i!it;er;it<;d postage stamps lio the facevof. thu. Postal. Notes, and .the valne of the stamps attixed" thereto will; be\ paid bin presentation. . . -t:' . A Postal Note may be crossed, and the" Postmaslor siiair refuse to pay it except to a banker, .. . . Additional poundage, equal to the orig inal poundage, will boclmrged on all Postal Notos.' over six months old,' and the';...

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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Postal and Railway ■ Infoi'inatiou. -Maii.s. Cr.o3K;.A'i.v CuooKWP.t.r,— " For Goulburn,,viaLas:gaiv.ftnd Woodhouao* I«i3, at"4 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, - . and Friday ; and - by rdiract .-. route-at . 4.45 on Tuusday, 'J linrsday, rind Silt- . : uvday. For Binda, Tuesday, Thursday, :■ and- Sat- . ..urday, at 10.4f>. For Pejar and Kialla, Tuesday, .Thursday, and Saturday, at 11.45 a.m. For Glengarry, Saturday, at 10.HO a.m. For-AVheuo, Tuesday and,- .Saturday; 1.4.5 p.m. Maics ap.iuvp a'i OitUiiKWr'r.rj— < - ^ ^ Prom .Goulburn, via .Lag^an and Wood .Uouselee, Tuesday, Thursday. and Sat urday, ao 9.45 n.m.; and by direct route-on .Honday, Wednesday, > and '. Friday, at 9 a.m. From Binda, Monday, Wednesday. : and Friday, at 3 .p.m. , ' From Pejar and Ivialla^rnesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 11 a,m.'.-...., - From Glengarry, Friday, at 8;30.' • ;• ■ From Wbeeo, Tuesday and • Sutnrday, fl p.m. .

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Taralga A. P. & H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Taralga A. H. Society. , A.meeting .iof tliQ'-oommittee of the above'was held at the Softool of Arts lastriveek. 'Tkore: was a good attend ance. . Tte show acht dule jyas rovi-ied prior to issuing, and a.number of im por tan t alto■ ations and editions were mad a? in the several sections. Im provements to-the show-i-ing, <fcc., word ordered to be carried oat, arid it was also dec dod to have the jumps straight at the coming show, instead of the old style. , ■

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Fighting Mac's Memorial. London, Jan, 15. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Pightiiiff .Mac's" Memorial. Londou, Jan. 15. TuE piv Hector MaoDonald Memorial Papd amountB to £1500. Ifc is ex pected to roach £2000. .

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Events to Come. SHOWS. Gunning Show, February 25 and 26. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

EvontSjito Cortip... . Shows. Gunning Show, Februury 25 and 26. Taralga, A. P. and H. Asuociation, Thura - : day and Friday, February 18 and Crookwell Annual- Show, March 10 and 11. • . ~ " Goulburn Annual Show,; March .17, 18 and^l'X. ■■■

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Educational. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Educational j.'lie eonrerencc, orscnooi inspocrora to consider the report af the Education Commissioners was lieid on Thursday last, tffe Milliliter .for. Education .pre-; siding;. 'In .the'discussion some of the reeom mendations of the Commissioners ■wctre adversely criticised.: .Tho con ference was adjourned 4 sine die /to enable the inspectors to "become more acquainted with thocomplete report of the Commissioners. Various changes have been made in the school appointments in 'this dis trict during the' holidays. • / Mr; A. E. Hunt,' ,who. lias been stationed, in Crookwell for the past five years, has removed to the North' Newtbwn-Pub lic School.' The c :ango means pro motion for Mr. Hunt. During Mr. Hunt's residence in Crookwell,'lie bad 'always talcen a keen intorost in the advancement of Jtho town, and the scholars under his care, and'j'; while congiftlulatinsf (hiu gentleman on his deserved promotion, we must say that bis depurtui'o from amongst us will create a gap thatAyill ...

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The Largest Railway Station. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

The largest Railway Station. - Mr. Q'Sullivan's ' finest sta tion ou earth' at Redfern will; be put in the shade by this one :; The architect's plan for the new Union"railway station, at "Washington (TJ.-S.), intend it to be the largest arid; most ornate in'the world. It • will cost £5,800,000. Inside the the building will be a huge plaza, with fountains, balus trades and terriiees, in the Romanesque style of architec ture, Jiarnionising with the capitol. There will. ..be three exits, one constructed espec ially* for the President and guests of the ;White House, for whom a suite of apart ments is. provided. Among the novel-features is an inva lids' room, where a physician will be in constant attendance There are to be several mor tuary. cham bers, a turkish bath, and a large smmming pool.

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Bachelor "Cowgirls" [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Bachelor " Cowgirls " Each of- the eigjit daughters of Mr. William . Walker, the owner of a big cattle ranch in. Georgia (U.S. A.) is a ' bachelor cowgirl.' ,' We prefer,' say all the eight,' a., life, of independ ence'to tlie slavery- of rnar-i riage,'and attired in picturesqe bat serviceable riding costumes th^y spend- their days on horse back • rounding, up ' horses and cattle, not infrequently, when overtaken by darkness,' having to spend the night out in the open.

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Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Here, There feEre^y where (Cribbed, Colled,. and Contkibvted) ' Greai men'stand like a>htary:towers in tlie .city of God. mid secret passages nam ing deep beneath external nature give;their- thoughts intercourse, with; higher intelligence, which strengthens and contoLi them, and' of which' the labourers on the surface do not even dream ? . • *#*' • - Conceit is like the natural unguent of the seafowl's plumage, which enables him to shed-the rain that falls on. hiiin' and the wave iu which he dips.1 When one baa had all his conceit taken out of him, when h® litis lost all bis. illur. sioiifj,- his feathsrs will . sonu soak thiongli,aud ho will fly no more. • Tie cheerful; do not brood 'over fond hopes, unrealised until a chain, link after link, ia. fastened on each thought and wouud around the heart. Nature intended you to be the foun tain spring of cheerfulness aud social life, and not the.travolling monument of dispair and melancholy. ***- - Labour —Why, man of idleness,., labou...

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Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Sydney Gonnnore.iiil, Mkss*rs. Kifcis; &'~C6i? rep'ort;?^-\' Sucking pigs -scatco and lealising high prices,- UMio weiUhor is too hot fur. cat caso pork and -vital We would advise oar clients to send their pigs and calvos alive to catch our sales here on Tuesdays and Wednesdays respec tively. . ■••■Butter; bncoii, cheese, honoy: abd'lai'd sold slowly'at a slight reduc tion. Eggs Hold steadily ar, late rates.: 'Poultry—a big supply forward. Sales • .were not near so brisk, prices-showing a decliue of Is per head all routid, with every appearance of a further fail, olhc-rwiso there will be no. jchangijs at coming.sales. Quotations : Butter 4d to 8sd per lb, bacon 6id to 8jd, cheese oid fci 7d-, lard 3d to 4kl, caicaso pork £>d to 6|d, vcitl;2id to4d. ,Gli!ilf .plontiful and dull of- mar ket I ikelv to bo 1 o we'r. Prime to choice 3/8 to 3/0, medium to good 2/8 -to 3/.1, faulty from 1/9, straw chaff ■1/9 to 2/3. Ohafling liny sells ex tremely dull at. 2/4 to 2/11, prime to c...

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THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

THE WAK;;.^pUD; L6j?DPN, : Jan. 14.". The Russian Ministur nfc Tokio has re ceived Japan's repiyto tliei'iinst. Note from Russia.. The reply is espectod to lead to.further negotiations. The " Daily mail's " Tokio corres pondent saya.tbat. Japan courteously adheres to her proposals regarding Koreo and Manchuria; —The corres pondent also says that Jrapau has . not fised; a time limit in which' Russia must reply. ' The'Emperor of Kjjrc^ lias pub lished &u edict blaming the s'otli. weakness, and .vacillation of the people: for the approaching loss of cou'niry. He.advices the people to pet as they think best, but' not to join in . afiy., collision between foreign troops. • -v - It i* apparutitly inteuded by the Russians to keep rhe .T&paiinse cruis ers Nisshin and Knauga-between two Russian squadrons on their voyage'to the Far Easl. Lloyd's' rate of insurance as to the rials or war ^breaking/out .within a month is 55 guineas per cent. Russia's attempt to float a wbt loan ...

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Bishop Gallagher Testimonial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Bishop Gallagher Testimonial. • A"; meeting was; held r at St. -.Mary's Church, Grookwell, ou iSuuday' -moru .-iug.'iiinmediately after-Mass,;m. order tomako- arraugemeuts 'for tlie' repre sentation of this poition o(. tho.diocese. a,t't|ie ^elcpme home,-which wiJi take, pjtlce at Gonl^mru imxfc SttKidtiy,1 tvlieu HiiI(«wlsbi(>itJie;'l3i§}iop;<tvilI lie made the.-rccipieiit'of im-address and a te.sti njoninl.- Hife. L6idsLip ,'lms been c n>a visit-to Home, and it. was cpnsidered ^advisable for . the- parishioners: in the' Goulburn;- diocese;- to signally murk $3 return.* .Up to^tli«fo preset)fcy, this portion of the diocese lias subrteinbed. about.'ii'oo: T'jeJJev. .Father..Carroll occupied the chair aud ;xhoroughly ex /pfeiined tlio movement,-and hoped-that afl^who could would endeavour to -at tend^t the ■ Goulburn Cathedral -next Stfndayj stating that scal ing aceommo . dutrOu ivoaM bo reserved, for-visitors. It- was decided-that Messrs.- AVT- 'Kou nedy; J.P. aud?...

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A SENSATIONAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

, Ar SENSATIONAL ST&Er. A sensationstKstory apppars in the '''National J&itutig" (Berlin), "under reserve," fVom its Sfc: Fetersbarg cor 'Eespouient.' It is to the' effect that -the Grand Duke Alexander Miehaelv vitch has discove^ed-.jtliot a. court camarilla has been mistfsnfg-'its great influence with the Tsar for the attain ment of personal advantages; that'tho members of. the camari'lla.aequii'ed ex tensive tracts of forest land iti'. Korea i by unduvhand methods,. and sought to; biing on war with Japan, in ordertto' secure the enormous profits whiclr they anticipated would result. The ■.Grand Duke, it is added, will now en deavour to open the.Tiiav's eyea. He is related to the Sovereign. Ibjt blood as. well as by the fact: that, his wife is the. Czar's oldest sisfer.'' The father of the Grand Duke and the gran father of the Emperor were i btothers.'- The Gtfaiid Duke and Duchess have soveral children, and, more ftirtuna.ee than the Ozar, are blessed with sons. T...

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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

'-•-^ledietory.; ..A^seiid-off was tendered to Mr. A. "1. Hunt by the members of the locnl Gentlemen's- Club, at the club room*, on Fndav vn^ht. it being the; :0V0 of Mr.-"Hunt's departure froth Crook well.. iLhcre waS'a large gather ing otmembers , .Mr. G-eo, MaDona'd occupied ' the -chair, • anc. Dr. A. E. L1!tz-Pntriclc: ■ the ■ vice-chair. , ' ■ Phe chairman 111 his speech paid a- hi^h tribut'i to i-lio lespec.t in wJnclr. Mr. Hurit was held, ami laid special stress on tlie SL'cre rtrial duties performed by that gentleman -whilst secretary of the Club. Several other gentlemen fol lowed in the same strain, each eulogis iug tho efforts of Mr. Hunt as a townsman and a teacher, and wishing him every success in his hjw sphere of life. 1 t

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