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CABLES. WAR DECLARED INEVITABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904
CABLES' WA1V- DECLARED INEVITABLE. Tlio "Times" correspondent at Tolcio slates that the leading Japanese newspapers are unanimous that ^al ia inovitnblo.' TI103' -emphasise the marked strength ofrJapan's- present fin mine3 compared with 199-4,^ and ex hort the nation to sacrifice - ovory thing for the country's cause ••• - Count Hayasbi, Japanese Minister in London, declares that the report from Berlin, that Japan had offered to; Neutralise NortheriilCorep, as Russia suggested, if Russia agreed to neutral ise an equal portion^'of Manchuria, is baseless. • . Japan has ordered a seoond battle ship of 16,000 long in-England.- An order for a thirdis expected. ■ It is stated, that : thp whole of the Japanese .shipping* services, including that to Australia; are to be suspended. T vventy-five large steamers will thus be liberated for Japanese transport purposes. :: . The new Japanese cruisers, Nisshin •and Kasuga, which are being, shad owed by Russiau: boats,: left Suez tor Aden,, after t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904
Auction Sales. Those .-interested should pemso the cloaianee sales, &c.,-appearing in tins issue. .... .Messrs. Geo-. McDonald- and Sou.-hold avciearauce> -sale . of . Mr., Hunfc's-fui'nitureand- olfects to-day; Mr. E. G. Bray conducts -a clearance sale on aooount of Mr. F. Billingham on: Friday, and one on account of Mrs. Long on Saturday, while Messrs. 0. H.'Furner and Co. Ltd, will con duct a laud sale ~afc the . Commercial Hotel to-morrow. Full particulars may bo_ gleaned from the advertise ments in our business-columns. ,
Bialla Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904
..: liialla Exchange. Mu. Rose-iiiforms*us that tho follow ing ureas of land will bo open for homostuad selection' on the Bialla sur rendered lands, -viz. i-r-Blocks re spectively of"1190 aoree,, 1274i' acres 119G acres,"1180 acres, ranging from an annual rent of jG 1-2; .to £21 per block. There are also two small areas of 178'and' -.1(52 .acres rebpectively for e.p.at 8s -idand 13s 4d respectively.— ' Fenny. Post.' ■ •
LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] THE TEST MATCH. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904
[by wire*], - -the v test m ato ft. ENor.AND'avo -air out. in I,heir first in nings for 245 rnns—L'illey 28- Arnold • 28,' Fielder 6 '.y sundries 9. Australia, focond innings— DufE 14-, Hill' lG, Trumpet- .59, Gregory 112, Noble 52 (not out)-; total, 4 out for 2(5',3.
Pith Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904
Pith Politics. '"t'ho Newsletter" boldly states tliat the Fro etrade Party is not to be blamed for seetnrinnisui.'.WJiat— nob after withdrawing, its selected candidates until they got-Khe approval of tho A. IV1). -A/^.''The Newslet ter" is asleep.—"Woilcoi::". • It was 'ro.iuored tliat O'Sullivan would drr.p out of the See .Government: and that iFegrin woiild come in. ' ' V ' Another rumor waa- tliat if O'Sullivan dropped out of the Min stry,he would lead the N. S. W. Lahoiir Party at tho forth^" coming election. , -V • George Kaid appears to be hedging.. Ho thus delivered ;himself-.at Perth:—1There were peoplo who looked -.ibthe remarkable • success of the Labour Party at the recent . Elections in a spirit, of .^ismay , and in a spirit of cornphuDt; Tut he .wished; to sajan. the most public manner that - the /Labour Party had at any rate vthis jgreat; merit, tliat they made - thoir principles perfectly clear, that they made -their platform such as no man could understand-it, and ha...
THREE LADIES DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904
THREE LAWES DROWNED. . | A terrible balhirig-fatalit.v occurred, nit Itivertoii,"South.Island,' this raoru ing. A ninoryenr-oUl girl, a-niece of Mrs; Thomson,- wag bathing in the river, when she got ont of her -.depth.. Three Indies—Mrs. -Thomson^ Mrs. Fisher, and MisB Stevens—all rushed to her: assistance. The wholo four were -carried ,a way. by ■ the strong, cur - rent that was .running, and were all drowned.
CYCLING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 19 January 1904
CYCLING CARNIVAL. About 1.4,000 people . wore present | iU t he ! Cycling Carnival at Sydney Cricket Ground on Sntuvday night, Lawson won the Adelaide Handicap. Iii the re-run International Test Race Major Taylor and i)ou Walker ran a dead heat. They wore the only start ers, as Law sou.and MoFarland declined to compete. International Test Race. (No.. 2)vLaws'en 1, Taylor 2, Down ing 3, McFarlaud 4. Medlow Handi cap— Bennett 1, Mutton 2.
Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Hero, There & KrerywJiQre ..(CABBED, Qpr.fjP.pi AfJD CdNOfiltBCTED) At tlio cycling'cai'nival on' Monday night,-Major Taylor was defeated by Kloyd. MucFHrland' in the-final of- the MolbaaiJie. Mile Handicap, In the Five En ler national Tent - Ivpr Lawnon won, beating . Taylor '!■ by inches. . : *#* Henry Tindul«,. aged 60, a shooting /gallery proprietor, was drowned while bathing in- 1 ho1 Hnnter River near Musswellbrook. .. Thereveiuie of New Zealand for the hine niontha ended December 31 last was. £4,855,527, against £4,309,017 forthe corresponding period of the previous year. Mr/Qeorgo Dennis, . a grazier* of Hillks Creek, .was: dro wned od ■ Mon day in the Murrnmbidgce near Mun darlo while fishing. . V A girl aged four years was acci denUy siiot thrqngh the nose ?yith a pea riflo at Prairie Lands by her brother, aged five. -."J * ■; •' ; \ , ' . " The old farmer and his- wife had agreed to separate. They, had only ono child. ' Everything friendly ?' inquired a neighboui1...
Record Storm in Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Record Stol'in in Goulburn.. Goum'.u kn was on Wednesday visited with the heaviest stoim within the recollection of the oldest. inhabitants. Rain commenced to fall a few minutes before 1 o'clojK. At the outset it was faMy heavy, and in a -minute or two •it increased in."violence tint.il the water descended m sheets. This was fdj lovvi d by heavy hail. Ac the tele- : graph-office 3 inches' 25 points Were registered within about'an hour after the commencement of the storm.. As may' readily be imagined within a very short time the street nutters were congested, and at the aiain intersec tions such as Auburn and Clifford streets and Auburn and Goldsmith streets—the -vyater poured right across tho street in a racing torrent, being in the deepest part up to the axels of cabs. Slouue-street fared even worse than the main thoroughfare. The water here backed up until it flooded Messrs^ Finlayand Oo.'s office; to the depth of a foot and invaded tlie ; Sav ings Bank and other places in the Pro...
SPORTING. Third Test Match. WON BY AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Third Test SLitch. WONiB^AUSTRALFA. >. The third test, match. between '• Eng land' and Australia wna-eoricluded' at; the Adelaide' Oval on Wednesday* and resulted in a win for Australia by 216 runs. The weathor during tho* match was pcrfect. Following are (the, com p'nte acosea r— . - '■':r AUSTRALIA —First Ihnitigs: Trnmper. b Hirst - ... I13 Duff, b Hirst ... ... ... 79 Hill, c Lilley, b Arnold ... ... 88 Noble, st .Lilley, b Arnold ... ... 59 Gregory, c.Tyidesley, b Arnold 8 Hopkins;.b;B69ftnq«ct . - - ... 0 Armstrong,'l.b.w., b Rhodes ... 10 Trnmble.bBosftnquct ... ... McLeod, run out -... •> ... ... , 3 Kelly, l.'b.-nr'.v b Bosanquet ... ... 1 Howell, not out' ... .. .v 9 • Sundries ' •.... ... ... 1° Total ... ... ... 388 ENffTiAND.—First rnnings. AVarrier, c MnLeoi^.b Trumblo " ... 48 Hayw&lt;iyd, b Howell . .. " i.. 20' Tyldesloy, c Kelly, b Hopkins' ... 0 Fastor, c Howell, b Noble ... 21 'Braund, c Duff, b Hopkins ... ... 13 Hirst, e Trnmper b Trumblo ... 58 B...
GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. Written Specially fob Akgyle Liberal Owing to the late rains tho soil is: now in good form for cropping, and it : will doubly repay farmers to sow at once large areas of winter fodder plants. Hiese-fodder roots prove more valuable than hay for winter feeding, eipecially for dairy • purposes. Mangels, swedes, | &c., and Hungarian millet should be-largely, sown, tho latter makes good';ensilaga if it ismikedvith corn or sorglmm. If you sow in rows' it will admit of thinnings and cultivation be tween, the oropi. All land should be well and properly mulched, so. as to ensure good crops. The weather is likely to bo .itormy during the-month with spells of severe heat. Eitchon- Garden;—The melon and pump kin vines will' require pinching bacd, also attend to the tomato plants. Sow all kinds of beans, also cauliflowers, cabbage, swedes,!carrots, lottuce and radiali. If you ninlcli freely you will be repaid for'your trouble. ^Flower Garden.—...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
ill CLOTHInC HOUSE I ■■■Tills' RAPIDLY-INCREASING DE MAND FOR OUR Federal & Challenge Famous Suits To Measure, With Extra Trousers given nwfiy for X-imts Box, nt' 45s and 55s. /~\UR introduction of this branch - lina. secured a wol'Id'wide ropufcation for the production: of a superior olnas of Garments to measure, and we exr.ol m style, materials, and workmanship. ' "We anticipate a heavy demand for the Xnias trade. . Place your orders .now. MEN'S BOOTS. Our aim is quality and perfect fitting;.; v Gont.'s Tnn Bala,, 6/11, 8/11, 9/11,12/6 Gent.'a Tan Glncie(. l'aoe or button, 10/6 Gent.'s Box Calf, 10/6 Gent.'s Gliicie Kid, 7/11, 9/6,11/6,13/6 VVe also stock full range in the celebrated American^makes, such as Keith's, Snow's, , Liilybrackets, from 14/11. to 25/. . A good line of Bluchers, in aail or apviga, V at 2/11: :■ Gillespie's and American's, at 7/(5 " Boy's School Boots,.3/11, 4/11.5/11,7/6. Latest Novelties in Ties, Hats, Shirts, &c., &c., for Xnias. ...
Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Jottings. (By " S-arlight.") TIio third Test Match in over, and resulted -in a win for the Australians by 210 runs. .Wonder what the English scribes will say now ? -.Tliey will have, to alter their tuno- some what. The feature ,0^ the match was the splendicl -' innings of ^112- ; by-.- Syd. i, Gregory. He-is sure now for.the re mainder of the tests.. M'Eieod will jii.stabont\lrop out of the next.,.- ; "Spot ts are-to. ho hold at Binda on Tnescay next. A local ped is in full training, and report has it that he is going to " scoop the pool" at the above place. " A large number from here will journey to Goulburn oii the 26th inst-., on which day the auiiual Highland sports will be held. A special tiain leaves lice on that uioruiug. What has become, of our cricketers ? 1 About three-matches have been played this season so far.. If state, of affairs continue, players will be duhLous about joining the club -next year. ..A few marches in a season , aro hardly suffi cient inducement-to make...
Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Sydney Comluera'al; Messrs. Er.rjs & Co. report!— Pigs— Snppl-'es moderate this- week. Porkers all weights . met with brisk (lemnnil , and'.high- prices ; bacont'ra tOGlb to 11,01b prime quality sold real well,- heavier sorts ttifjothor wit h baok fatfers sold som e w hat tliil 1 ■ at' mod orate figures; good- sioref command fiill values; GOlb porkers prime quality; realises 33s, 1201b baconers 45s, back fqtters up to 7os, stores 10/9, to 24/6, big forward sorts up to 3-2s each. Oalves~ft light supply' penned, - viz : 140,. and met \vi- h keen competition at. highlpricjs, ruling values 22/6- to 60s, heavy to 80s, extra heavy to 97/0. Milch cows in full supply and selling steadily, prime to choice £10 to £14 10s,. medium to good £G to -X9 10s, old and faulty from £4 upwards^ fat cows.£6 to £8 15s pflch, with good, demand. Hut.t.er.plentiful and lower ,4d to. 8d, honey lfd».to'2Jd, bacon' 7d to. 8-i-d, hams lOd to 1/1*'for prime lo choice, boeswax in good; demand at 1/1 per lb...
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
KAILWAY.. PARCELS-RATES. ■ -The following is tV e scale ■; of charges for tUocdvHagi.of^pjivcolaoathe.Govei'umeab:.;; "Stamped Parcels (Prepaid) Eates; Up to 40 miles—01b. arid iiridei% 3d; 31b. to 71b., 3d; 71b. to iiIb.,"Gd; 141b. to 281b., 9d; 281b. to 561b., 1/ ; 561b. to 841b./l/6;-every additional :14lb9. or * piwt thereof 3d. ■ For 51 to 150 miles—31b. and under 6d; '31b. to 71b.. 9d; 71b.,to 141b., 1/; 14lb. . to 281b., 1/6 i 281b. to 561b., 2/6•} 561b. > to 8ilb,, 3/6 j every additional I4lb. or p. vt thereof, 9d. • ■■■...• . For 151 to: 200 miles—31b. and under, 1]-; . 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. to-141b., 1/9 • 14'b. to 281b., 2/9; 281b, to 561b., 4/;: 561c. to . 841b.. 5/3 .;:. every additional . .. lllb. or part thereof, !/. Over 300 luiles^lbjr&ud -untier, "l/6\.:8lb.--; to 71b:,-2/; 71b." to 'l-iib., 2/C; , 14!b. to ■281b., 4/; 281b. to 561b., (?/; 561b. to ''S41b., 8/; every iidditional 141b. orpart thereof, I/O. . - AH fractions of 3d will be eliargcd as 3d. ...
Ten Years' Work Destroyed. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
i Ton Years' Work Destroyed. • Count Von J3ulow, tho German Im perial Chancc>H.>r, speaking in the Keiohstag said that.tho labour of; 19 ■years had.been desr&lt;yjd by *thv:out break of Herroros in the northern por jion of Got-mau South-West "Africa. There was no perceptible cause for the outbreak, which occurred while the Governor aud the bulk of the troops were iu tlio south of the possession dea.iug with tlto outbreak of the Bon delaworts.*"\ Two hundred'add thirty reliefs, will landatSwaptuuud on Feb ruary 3, and 5.00 merines with machine guns on the. 8th. It is feared that many German families have ; buon piurdcred. , rTA; muu haa tfteu arrested at Iiabbd,' charged with tlio murder"of an infant, whose remains wore found .buried at the back of a local hotel. • ■ *#* "4 Mr. Perry says a uniform system of education -in all the States can'only be attained when tlio, control .of educa tion is transferred , to the Cotnniaii wealLh.