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Parnell's First Meeting With O'Shea. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Riiiiell's First, Meeting With O'Shcai .A woli - known member;of Parliament writes in M. A. P. .. —Xhe^title you 'have prefixed co your reminiscences of the late Irish Leader, 'The 'lYnwgiy. of Parnell' induceshie to relate that X.happened-.to be present at an occurence seemingly of little* ' moment) which, however,'inust be regarded as the supreme crisis in Parriell's life, and ■the blight of his careei; I hud known Mr. Parnell since the general election. .of 1874, and had,.at considerable intervals, met him at the Quarter Sessions in Ennis as a practising barrister during, the general election in 1880. Mr. Parnell, who had been collecting money in America, when ^hatimo arranged by the Cabinet for the 'dissolution^ was announced,, immediately returned to Ireland: and commenced au active election campaign^-'He wa3 partic ularly anxious to seevire the return of Mr. Finegan for Eniiis;' Mr.: kFinegan had, at a bye-election for Ennis, in July, 1879, defea ted the presont Mr. Justice .O...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Clfurcli of England. • 'His Lordship,' Bishop Barlow, has appointed the Rev. Canon Martin, BvA. ;tp"ihe important pavishtof Biga. The Canon has been working in Gou|bui'h for thejlast. three years,. ami is, highly esteemed ,b£ nil who know him. - The jiiishop's nomination of Canon Martin 'received the heavly and- unanimous endorsement of: the Biga parochial authorities, and he goes to a parish where he will be.received in a whole-, hearted manner. Cation Martin is JA-VieYy to be taking' up his. new abOut the second week in Fel^faty.

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

■ ' -.PhESIilfTHRljiN-On ORCH. Croc.Kwell, 11 a. • Oookwull. 7.«0 p. m. Qitlion. ■! p.m. ■ ■ • Preacher—Kev. 0-Crane, U. A.

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

Methodist 'Church. Ciojkwe;!, .3p,m:;—Mis'A.Nixfiiv Gullen, 11 a.m.—-Mr. A. Nixous tVookwull, 7.30 p.iu.—Rjvr J. Walk-r Tarhlgn, 11 Kev. .T. WftlRXv .Terrjra, 11 a.m.—-Speoia'V Wia'ao, ."> p.ni:—Special

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The Arggle Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began The foe of tyrants and the friend of [?] TUESDAY JANUABY 19, 1904. Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

sj strict recorder Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever looe/j/ since the world hegav^f; The foe of t i/ran fx and the friend of, TUESDAY JANUABY .19,/('HU v/ ' ' — Prnorftw Accnoiiii.inn. - Tni: annual meeting »t the above was held in i lie School of Arts, on Friday . sight, there-being, a moderate attend-. a*ice--of members. J>Ir.. G. McDonald oocapi«dvt]ie,,chair. The minutes of .t.ile previous -meetnig ^vere read and 'confirmed'.' • The report ,wid balance sheet for tlie past year were then read,: the latter showing a;debit balance of £2; however, . with : the outstanding ! subscriptions, they would liave a credit balanc?. Tlie report stated that tlie Outgoing committoe had attended to a^grea* many-local requirements, and tlirtt-t'O signatmes had been obtained, ttf tlrs^-ps&iitfii to biing about the in corporation of Crookwe'.l. Thesecre-. tary then read a report of the attend ance of members of the committee, -which disclosed that.two;mcmbers'hftd not.atterided'weijr'o...

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

DENTISTRY.: . ite Charles" h. golby, Dental Surgeon, fiS^mllmrn-streut, - Crook well; opposite: S:'"ftncl A. B ink. ! Paitrifiss Extractions & Fillings* Visit,h Taralga first Monday in ouch' "" 'mouth—Next visit, Fob. 1st. r AliL WORK GUARANTEED.' MR, a BLACKALDER, Chemist And ©entisi, G Jl 0 O IC W E L L, "tjEGS to notify the risidonss of .Crook--.' ** wall iind district that he 1. as secured the services"of . MR. P. GAIN, .... Registered •Dispensing- Chetuist &I)entist; Sate'Cliief'Assistant" TWSWMAN, King-street. ^IcCARTHY. ILimter-street. CAINS, Darlin'glnifsts Sydney.

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A Cat's Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

A Cat's -Funeral. A cat's funeral seems an im posing ' tunction ' in Japan, judging front a description in the Japan Weekly mail.. The favoiirite puss of a rich, noble lady was borne to its last home in a snow whit e coffin, covered with a georgeous white - silk pall, while its inconsolable mistress and a large number of i female mourners followed-; the i remains. . Priests chanting a solemn litauy met the " bier i and escarfed it tb^ -its grave. Another, defunct feline is com memorated by a handsome monument at the gate of the cemetery just outside Tokio^ so that the Mikado's Empire must certainly be a cat's paradise.

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Never Again. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Never Again. Sara: ' / Didn't 1 tell you., not to propose to me again P' He : ' you said something o£ the kind, but, . of course, it made no impression on me.' She: .' Oh, It didn't ! "Well, I'll-give you a--lesson now that you won't forget. You'll never propose .to me again.5 He :.. What are you going to do ?' - ' She : ' I'm going to accept you.' Johnny -: ' Mother is' father rich ?' : Mother: ■' Yes, very rich, .Johnny, He's worth two millions and a half.' j . .. Johnny : 'How,1 mother. ?' Mother : ' Oh,' he values you at oue million, me at a million, and the j baby ac half a.million'.' , . Johnny (after thiiiking'for a mo ment) : ' Mother .hadn't .you better tell, father'to sell the buby and buy us some clothes ?' • • ' '•*** ' Clerk : ' I've—er—had an ; addi tion to my family, sir,' ■ Employer (absbnt-miuded ; ' Ad dition r" • *■# .. . : • " . -fc • If John Plumber doesn't' curb his mania : for writing silly letter* to ninltifcudidns papers, the necessity for suppressing the sa...

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

COMMERCIAL.' CR0OK.iY.EtiL PKICEi CURRENT, (That isMiaatn.-..t/ie; producer ant! first ■ _pn fckasp\J/. , ■ " , Wheat, 2/9; per bualisl . Outs, 2d to 5a ;tii.buahi,*J Maize, to 3s yd bushel. Eldur, £9 ton Bran, 8d to 9d per busliel Pollard, U'd to la.jjer bu.shel Oil Cake, aapercwii . Chaff (oatou) to .JBit'-lOs poi\.tou_ X'ocatou&—Ciicuiiir Bead3 (earing; to JBS. Onions, Oh per. uwt. (iiew) ISggs, 8d per dozen : Butter (tuucoryj, Sid,-dairy 7d JBueoa.'yd ; hams, Dad Beeswax, lOd }b ; Morseliiur, lOd.tp.-la Lurdi (3d lb • Sheepskins,1 od to (iM-lb — Hides, 3d to 4d Hi . lJpiUtry;r-Ft>wls, 3J to 3/6. pair; ducks, ,3/ "to ,3/3 pair; geese, 5/-to (i/; Turkeys—hens, or to 7s, . gobblers 8s to 13s pair :

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Wedding at Taralga. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Weddingat Tavalgsi, I.-...A quiet and pretty wedding was celebrated by flieRuv. VV. M. Marty n at St;: John's -Church of England, Currawoi'lit, on Tuesday last, tho con-: tracting parties by Mr DavM W-cight, ;eidost'f8ou of Mr. WV M.'. Wright, of 'Stoiie-quarry, and .- Miss M. Lang, daughter of Mr. Jolm Lang,' of Cuira wcela;. Mr. Jls.H'. \Vright, brother of: Stlie . bridegroom,' acted ad best man, ■ while the bride was given a ,vay by. her father.; The' bride, ,w ho ' was 'attended by-'Miss 0. Langv her siater, .(is brides :-Biuidf was prettily attiied'vn a costume ;br'white cashmere and corded silkv&ncT wore a ■■white- Lfghdrn hat,-trimmed with- chiffon.- -Shu a-lro , carried .a bouquet, and' woio a hatidsortie gold broooh, the gift "of'the-bridegroom. The bridesmaid wore-white nun's veil ing and chiffon trimmings,; and ;whito Leghorn hat, -trimmed with chiifou. The;' wedding brcalifunfc vwaa 'held at' the residence of Mr. Robert Lang, uncle.to }ho brido, whoro. the usual....

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Death of Mr. A. E. Stewart. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Death of Mr. A. E. Stewart. /-Tub. dea'tli is announced of Mr. A- 13. Stewart, who had beon engaged ot. the reporting staff of tlis Ooulburn "Penny. Post,"-foe the past twelve years, the sad event taking place at his residdiictyHiirsfcstreet, Goulburu, ■ou Fi'iday last, after an illness extend ing over a period ot' six months. De-: coased; was 36 years of-ago, and loaves a" widow and ono cliilo. Tine remains, wore' taken to Buirowa tor inter inon t. "

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Death of Mrs. P. Sullivan. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

Death of .Mrs. P. Sullivan. In our brief report iu'last issue of the death of the above esteemed lady, we stated thab.sho was aged 84 years. This slioukT linve;read 74 yeiir.-?. De ceased was a native of County Glare, ili-eland, and had resided iii the Wbeeu district ,for over fifty years, " during • which time-she had: endeared herself to all who had coijie in contact with her' Before.'taking up her residence at Wheeo Mrs.' Sullivau was engaged in tho"■service of the la to Mrs. Dr. Chisholm, of Tirranna, and was very, highly esteemed by. that good and "charitable lady. Deceased is survived by six sons and cue daughter. ,y

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

^ M ARRII3D . - C0UPL1D, / with ■ small'''encumbrance, for Country. Man must lmve knowledge of farming and stock. Apply, this office; AUCTIONEERS'" ADVERTISEMENTS? IMPORTANT SALE GEO. PODQWLD & SON Have been favoured with- instructions' from MR. A. 13: HUNT to sell at " Malvern," North Grookwell) Day, . -At 1.30 p.m., ■ FURNITURE,- HAY, HOUSES,. COWS, POULTRY, Ac., &c. O.H.FURJSEli & CO, Lt(l~ Will sell by auction,[at McGuiness's Hotel, Crook well, . . -on. • ■:■'V, v ■ Wedncsday, 20th instant, At 2.30 p. in., i r> AY EATljEiinjcyA.tnr';OOTTA;GB •<£ -yvitli a frontage of-178'feet"-to" Uindiv' Road, and - adjoining. 'the» .property lcnownfis the Old Crookwe .l > Inn.-■ ; ; - Also, ALLOTMENT adjoining above, 60. f<5etr frontage to Hindu road, averagedepth of 235 feet. - Clearance Sale. FKIDAY NEXT, 22iulinst: ■ W :Ai 2 p.m. :m. c. J3tt.j&rsr Has been favonred, with-instructions. from Mr.- Ftancis Billmghum, • to sell by.-, au...

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

, Wheat Market Tnfi Sussex-street produce markets on Friday yeilded a moderate amount of. business,' 1 he principal^fluGtufitiouS'be ing in wheat and nviize. The wheat market was ni uch weaker, values be ing quoted neatly a penny per bushel* lower. The easier feeling .was..getter-:, erally attributed to the effect of caole iiiteliigenee bpat'ihp; oiir,the eastern situation, which agents considered dis closed considerable improved prospects of peace. At the lower iange of-: values very. ;little grain 'changed hands. . Melbourne, Thursday. Enormous quantities of grain con' tinue to ayrive from the'CO.untry , dis tricts.- The Railway' 'Commissioners have 7000 trucks fully employed. The work of loading ships is . proceed ing day' iind night. It is rtckbned 66,087 bags htivo been stacked at, the various stations.', ;

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

Torrifsc Storrii. A terrific stcrm occurred nt .Terrain on Sunday uiglit laBt; J?ivu inches, and a -half of. min fell in-" 1. hour 20 naiuutes.. ■ Full report is crowJlcd out of this issue, but-/will apiipai' in • onr. next. . .

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

Syvlrfey Commercial. M-dSsBs. Erj.is & To. leport:— ^ Pigs—r-800 yarded Hi is week. Back fnttei-s and baconers soid readily at an advance of about 3s per head on recent vnlties. Porkers all descriptions met wifh ready sale.»b' high, prices.; Stores showed iiti improvement of . 4a per head on late rates. Prime porkorOOIb . worth 34s, prime baconei'120ib worth •V3s, 'oackfattcrs to 100s, stores-10s to 29s each. Calves—120 penned. All .descriptions met with brisk competi tion at very high prices, • especially prime quality and weighty sorts. Milch co,vk £5 to £13 each, fat cows , £:j ,10=5 to £815s, fat calves 28s to 74s, others from l(3s to 60s.. : Jan 16.

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DAPHNE. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

JJAPHNE. 15 CHAPTER III. (Continued.) Hump'irey started and smiled. -.That bdck to (he old panel loci TUom wlu;ve'l:e hiuiS.i'st henrd it, si ting1 at. Daphne's sido on the .deep old ml-datnask sofa nnnr the fire. " Do von remembei-?" he asked, .almost inaudibly. Daphne loosed up stfefeiin. her lips parting eagerly. S.ie seemed to-be about to speak; bat sud denly her eyes fell, ai'd she turned ^ little away from hiin. • • / '• Yes," she said, picking up a sprig ,rf migtionnfiM.e frnrn the window-box vaud smelling it," I remember." '■ " •It, reminds me ofdemont too," ifrimphray^w.etifc an.. ■ •' Dear old boy ~fr.he.alvwi.yswhistled it when he was an" the blues ! -Yonuloh't know"—his voice sinking again—" how often I— we—thought of you all out there, Miss Chester." The wild little air of Mrs. Chester's song seemed to be speaking :f<ir hia^helpiug out his own faltei-ing -words', anib. hu sould. see the colonr' rising in Daphne's; half-averl ed ■ face. How it quickened the th...

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[?] Flag of To-day and the Man to Carry It. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

ll- fife Flag ot To-day ami the Man : •* to Carry It. i!fce.Qn*e&. of the .Islands ia standing' to ■ ■ day, . *" .■ - And she looks right?-ov.8f.the sea, O'ar ihr waters and waves where she holds -\_ the sway; ■ ■■'/'. ' '■ And shp says-,-M Who shall tead for me P" 5# Biaat have that.Cour&g'e that never is •'' " beit, . ■ And that -hevor will halt,or lag; IJpw, -svhat captain atid cre w shall .omnund " ay fleet, . ■ And irtiat ship shall cavry my flag?" ■ -I'-t <jm sending a rneasnge-from old to. new, ' To the ions who, whon'nid I sought, : JSjak. sttajghl back , butone answer,-one■ - " voiie^ We're, true 1" . The young lands hiuj; one.single thought, Say that Britain,: their mother, 'their la lands' Qnetn, . Knows how nobly, they played their parts; *TWixfc the new and the-old,, o'er the waves . between. Sh« would build lie;: a bridge of hearts. <l To tire foreigner,, .tog, I'd this message. • send, ™ ''' ■ 'Twas ray boast that my ports are fre...

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

FOR PRIVATE SALE. .pft01'JSR3IES, ranging from :■ 100 to oOOO "iicres, in find around the Crook-well District. , v For full particulars apply v' A. J. (JLENNAN, ' -Auctioneer, ' Ci'ookwell. CROOKWEU, TENNIS CI/UB. , 'THE ANNUAL MEETING of members of the above wll .ba lield tak thbv'.School ;0f. Arts on WEDNESDAY (3'o-morrow) rNI(3HT, 20th: instanf, nt 7.30 o'clock. Business—'J'o receive-report (md'.btilanee sheet, && W. OLIVER, Hon. Sen. ORDER YOUR NEW .YEAR SUITS s PROM Tm,«• ■'■■"11 1 "People's" Tailor • 1*1.1 Hdl'5 Near Royal "Hotel,, govlburn 3TJTTS from 03s, TROUSERS from lGs 0>d GALL, OR W.R1TE FOR PATTERN J;. MrsXe Count, Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Confectioner, .4*/ ISHES to inform the public that ■ she iias l'emovetl to premises recently occupied by mr. -m. Louis, where abe liac opened up-to-date 'JKEA-.rooms, and (l'tifts by Civility and attention to l-eceive a fail" sharo ofjPnti'onaggi Meals supplied at all ivouts.- fresh t?mit and Vegetables a specia...

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THE TARIFF COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904

THE TARIFF COMMISSION. Mr. J. Chamberlain presided at the foimal opening of fclie proceedings of the Tariff Commission. He sa'd that the Commission met on the assump tion that some- ri'fuTm was desirable. Beyond tlwt, no Commissioner was bound in the slightest. Their ,, object was to find a method of vet'orm iiivo'lv jng the'lenst disturbance of trade, and conducing to;. the prosperity of all classes. He-challenged any' impartial man to .deny ti. o Commission's author ity. : The-Commission was cons tifu ted of unparalelled, representation of trade and industry. It: was . selected irrespective of party politics. : Ho de sired tho irados.io,send, witnesses. .

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