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Unusually Awkward. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
TJiiusually Awkward. Two young fellows, a bachelor: and a married man, partners in trade, were the best of frienclg, and their intimacy extended to personal as well as to business matters. One of them, the bachelor, a simple-minded fellow, was in the habit of reading 1o his partner extracts from letters of an "ardent and affectionate nature from adady who signed herselfSusie." The married one went abroad for twelve months, and returned just in time to attend 'the wedding of his partner. ' I hardly feel like a stranger,' he said, 'in his sweet est tones^ addressing the bride 'In fact I feel as- though- I "ought- to be well acquainted with my partner's wife, since he has • often . done me th e honor to read me extracts from his dear Susie's letters.* ; The faces of the husband and speaker wei*e studies, as the bride drew herself up and said, emphatically and dis tinctly : ■ ' I beg your pardon—my name isHellen !'
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
. ,, . , . ..— Accident. A hasty accident happened- to MivHill :of£pvhig Valley Farm, Crookwell, on Tuesday afternoon last. Mr. Hill was engaged in carting-bay, and .whilst on (op of the load the horses:movedun expeoledly.' causing him to fall 'heavily broketi uiidreceived avsovere shuking, which will* considering his age. -necessitate - his confinement to his room for fjomo timo. -The services of Dr. PaWlptt were called in, ntid J>e re* ^orts that the sufferer; is/progressing: •'favourably. Mr. Hill had two ribs
The Arggle Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904. Crookwell Police Court. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. (Before Mr. S. Murphy, P.M., and Mr. J. Loughnan, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
|v irsglc fiberid, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral.:. ,Truth, ever low/// since the world -began, •'ifihtyoe of tijt'ifii tu and tlie;frieml:af man. FRIDAY, JA.NUA.BY 22, 1!)04. ' iJrookwell 1'oliVe Court. ^THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. .(Before Mr. S. Murphj, P.M., and . Mv. J. Loughnan, J.P.) ■■■ • A hawker's license was grantod to Nicholas Ferris; *-Iinnd' -Tax. • Commissioners•. v. John Howard, jun. No nppcarauce of de fendant. .Fndgmeut for plaintiffs for £3 Os Id, aud costs of Court 4s, ■
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
DENTISTRY. •MR. CHARLES" H.' GOLBY; Dental Surgeon, ' ..Qqulburn-streefcy-Crook well, opposito . ' v 'U;-S:: and A!. J5 mk. ;• painless Extractions & Fillings* Visit* Tarftlga first Monday in each month—Next visit, Fob. 1st. all wqrk Guaranteed, MR. H. BLACKADDER, Chemist 2nd Dentist, . • C It 0,0 K WELL, ^DEGS to notify the risidansa of Crook • w«U and district that he has secured tb« services of MS. F. G-AIN, •Registered Dispensing- Chemist & Dentist. •Xate Chief Aasistajit NBWSflN", King-street. /' ■ Mc(>4KTHYJ.Hmitei'-atreet. jCAIJfS, Dnrljpg/iurst, Sydney. .NITROUS OXIDE ' GAS ADJtflNIS-" TKItKO.
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICED CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL ' PRICED CURRENT; rThat is bet ween: the producer and ■ first purchaser• J Wheat, 2/9 per bushel ■; Oats, 2s to 2s 3d bushel Maize, to. 3s Ud bushel. I'loui-, JE9 «ton . . Bran, 8d to 9d per bushel ' Pollard, Kid to Is por bushel Oil Gake, 8s per cwt UhalY^Xoateu) X2 to JG2 10s per ton Potatoes—Circular Heads (eatiny;) to JJ3, Onions, Gs per cwt. (new) : liggs, Sd pe'1 dozen Butter (factory;, 8id, dairy 7d . Bacon, 9d ; hams, 9id ^ Beeswax, lOd lb Horsehair, lOd to Is • Lard, 6d lb . . Sheepskins, 5d to GJd lb Hides, 3d to-Id lb Poultry—Fowls, 3/ to 3/G pair; - ducks, -■t . ,-3/ to 3/3 pair ; : geese, 5/-to G/ .; 'l'urkoys—hens,53-to 7s, gobblers ■ 83 to 13s pair ■ ■
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
QOU.LBUKN. PRICES CURRENT Wheat, 2a 8dper bushel J?loiir, JB12 Os to i!12 10s Bran, 6d to 7d bushel Maize, 3/6 bushel Barley (for feeding:purposes), 3/9 to 4/ Oats—-feed 2/9 to 3/, seed 2/9 to 3/ Hay, £1 15/ to J22 ton. Straw, £2 5/ to d£3 lOi ton Chuff, £3 to JE3' 10/ ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, 6s per cwfc.' Butter—factory 8d, dairy 7d Lard, 8jd to 9.Jd lb Eggs, lOd dozen Potatoes, £2 to £2 10s ton; Brownella (seed) £4i Os Cattle—Bullocks £4 5s to .£11 5s; cows wG3 5s to iS5, heifers to £4 15)3; springers £5 Oa to £7 15a, steers j£3 to £5 10s Sheep—Wethers 10a to 15a; ewes 12/6 to I5s Pigs—Fat to J!3 ; porVers 29s to 40s; stores 12s to 22sj slips 10s to 12s, suckers 7/6 to 9s Gd •. . Beef (retail) 44 d to Gd lb, Mutton 3Jdto 5d. r. .. Hides; 3d ' to 4d per lb ' Tallow, .£18 to £22 per ton Wattle bark, to £4, hickory to 30s ton Poultry—Fowls 4s to Gs pair ; turkeys— gobblers 17s 6d to 30s, hens 8/6 to 9b; . ducks 4/G to 5/10 ; geese, 7s to I0/G Sheepskins—merinos 4'd to 7d; cro...
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
ELOMJSBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (Fuom our Repiihsentative.) Hostunusir, Monday. About 6,243 sheep and lambs penned, from 25 consignors; Attend ance good. The market' opened to free compefition at the values ruling, on last sale day, eaping,' however, as the sales, progressed,-especially on the heaviei descriptions. Quotaiions t— - SHEEP. — &lt; SHORN. Merino Wethers, 17/- fo IS/6 Merino Ewes, 15/0 to 16/0 Crossbred Wethers, 18s to 19/ „ ... Ewes, 14/6 to 16/. : WOOLLY. i Merino Wethers, to 19/10. LAMBS. Competition m'oderate at a decline in values. Prices .: Prime suckers 14s to ]5s 6d Good suckers, 12s 6d to 13s6d Medium „ trom lis CATTLE. 1024 yarded ; attendance usual; p rice showing,, an advance of .5s to 10s on last Thursday's values. Yard ings comprised all qualities, the bulk' being good, iiseful bullocks. Quota tions.:— Prime bullocks, .£10 to £11. Extra prime and heavy to £12 10/. Good bullocks,-£8 10s to £9 Prime Cows, £7 10s to £8 10s; - Light Cows and lieifers, £5 10s...
Sad Death Child. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
: - Sail J)cath Child. Gilgaxdra, Tuesday.-^At balf-pa»t six' last evening; a terrible mistake happened, and resulted in the death of > child aged years. .Mr. George Collison had mixed some lioney and sulphur in a saucer to . give to his two children. 'I lie .younger one would not take it, bat the older one tcok-a teaspoonful of the mixture to coax (lie little one one to:take it. The father also took, some himself. A short while afterwards the wholo three of thorn began to vomit and show signs of poisoning. Medical aid was summoned, bnt the younger child died at half-past 9. The oldest boy is still very bad. • 'b'utMr.- Collison is completely out of danger. • On in vestigatioa it was found that the " sulphur " was sheep dipping powder that was given to ' Mrs. Collison •• by the wife of Sonior-constable Berry to fumigate the house: owing to the typhoid fever scare. - Mrs. Collison had always- thought it was sulphur, and had burnt it, but had never taken any-iu .vardly.
THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
THE WAR CLOUD. London, Jan. 18. The Russian .correspondent' of the '• Times " report that there ia a feeling, in Russia in fnvoinvof peaco . since 'it became known to some few that-• the special assembly oE Ministers, held -under thu presidency of the Cz ir, was decidedly of opinion that w*r should in every case bo avoided. - It is undoubted, say the correspondents of the " Times,"-'- that Mr.- -Balfour's speech to his oonstiiuentsat Bast Manchester, on January ll, influenced the decision of Minister's; . ■ ■ ;It is reported thrtt-.-Russia is.with drawing her pretentions with regard. to iKoreitj is ,opening ports in Man churia, and is not insisting upon - the retention of J'orc Arthur aa a strong hold. ■ - .■. The Emperor Francis. Joseph id re ported to be optimistic of the prospocts of pence. - 7 ' - " Admiral Alexeieff, ' the Russian "Viceroy in the Par East, in addressing the troops at tho. Now Year's Day parade at Port Arthur, - said : ' It is the Czar's will that peace shonld b...
Equally As Good. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Equally As Good. A clergyman was onco .'advocating a more liberal. loosing-of the'-parse-: strings, and told- hi* audience that several years ago he sent an article to a paper, in' which ho said :—: - ' Wo pray t 'O loud and .work, too little.' ~ •.1 ;'J)he compositoiy .however,-, Lad .^his own' opiuion as to \ what., was -nieaut, and' when the 'article- appeavod--it read : i ,.' .We .bray too: loud. and work, too little.' . ■ ' I let it go at that,': said- the cjqrgy.r. .man. " '. The- fact is, I believe The. printer was right, and I never ven tured to correct him.'
Tennis Match at Grabben Gullen. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
PiMuiis Matcli at Gral)Uon Gallon. A match was played at the Grabben Galloncourt. on Saturday laatbotweon Wheeo undGrabben Gnllen"; which ended in. it win for Wheeo by 5 seta, 5.1 games to :1 seU 25 . game;;; / : l'h©.. Wheeo club has been very successful in its' engagements,' having played six matches and'- won foui\ v Following is the result of Saturday's match ; Gents Doubles : Whee'o: G. Gnllen. A. and P. Glenuan v. Hurley, and Ti'ayuoiyG -2. Singer, and Glennan v.•.■..Tally, and Bavtley, G—5. McConnack. and Frost v. Hurley .-and Trayuor, 1—(3. : Ladies' Doubles : Misses Glennan v. Misses Bartloy, 6—3. MisB Glounan and Miss MeSorley v. ' Misses Bartley, 6 5. Mixed Doubles : Miss Glonnan and A. Glennan v. Miss Withers and Tully, G-—4.
Sale of Diseased Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Sale of Diseased Cuttle. Mn. Leeds, auctioneer, was fined at Orange a few. days ago for -Belling a diseased beast at the Corporation sale yards. Addressing the Beach, ho : pointed out the^harni that was being done to the ^business of cattle: selliug at Orange aud theprejudicial effect that /.was' being- made- on the; owners . of stock bv these prosecutions, tie stated - that there' were" yardod last yearat I'lemingtou about ;;100f00,0 cafcile,.-of "whioh 3:poivcent were"condeihnedfyet there'were'uo prosecutionsj bodies bo? ing simply destroyed. ■ The only-loss .occasioned;at i?lemiugton-was;that:-ot ;the.beast. Win ,Oi augo, tiowoyer, be dsides the loss .of • the beast, thero was also a Ioks in thu shape of a tiue and Court costs. . This was aotiug ddtri moutally to "tho Orucgo market. Similar views are ho.'d &lt; by > the other stock salesmen. '
Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
- Sydney. Wool Sales. inn above were continued 011 Tuesday when ,7895 . bales .wore- submitted ■ by the various brokers. The market was very.strong' for all good descriptions of-.greasy aud scoured,-prices being as stiff as ever ; but for faulty kinds bid dings and prices wore very irregular. Best -greasy; merino brought, up to | 10|d, inferior sorts from' 8^-d to '9-g-d, bolliesand pieces averaged about 5^, and locks 2jd. Scoured averaged about 17-J-d, • the; hi"hest ■ price • bome' 20?rd. "
Terrific Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Terrific Storm. A terrific storm occurred at Jerrara on Suuday. night last (as briefly reported in our last issue). The storm travelled in a northerly direc tion and only covered- a stretch of country about two miles wide. Five inches of rain fell ,ia an hour and twenty minutes. The rain was ac companied by heavy hail, which cov ered the ground to a depth of between six and 12 inches. • Fences were knocked down and washed away in all directions, the low-lying, country being one 6he£t of water. The hail stripped the fruit-trees of both leaves and fruit, Mr., G. George, " Man grove," suffered heavy. loss in this respect. Last . year ho Gold ,£100 worth of fruit'from his orchard, and . this year he expejted a heavier yield. Since:.the storm, there is only the bare limbs of the trees left. Old residents say the storm was the heaviest known in tlive district.
A Word of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
A Word of Advice. You can aid your' newspaper greatly by giving the local paper y out general printing ; if you do".not. feel able to ran an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the i cwspaper your cards, dodgers,' billheads, enve lopes, and all business printing to exe cute. The newspaper man needs it, and it helps to pay'th e -thousand: and other free notices he gives you.and your town.; but dou't. give it to the travel ing canvasser who can give you 110 such return, and is spending uoither time, money,.nor brains in . helping you to build up yotir district. The time may come when a newspaper may live simply on the revenue de rived from the subscription and adver tisements', but no ordinary newspaper 111 nny ordinary iown can exist with out • auxilpry support; derived from general printing. Therefore if you want a good newspaper—oue that will help your town—give it all your printing. » . > .
Back From South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
Kack From South Atrica. The stea'iri«r 'Narrdngjiwhich'" arrived on Saturday meruing from Capotowu, brought a large numbbr of diaa ppointed Australians, who had teen trying their fortune in South Africtt. They give the place a bad name. "When the mail left Durban there were hundreds of Australians wandering about out of employ merit. Many of them were good tradesmen, but in almost every instance preference was ; given • lo English and American workmen, who are still pouring into the country' by hundreds every week. The Nanuiig's passengers confirm the statements that,.as a rnle, the mention of the fact that ho is an Australian '; is suffi cient to disqualify an applicant for employment. This hostility is is statod is dus entirely to the recollec tion of the conduct duriu^ the war of a few Austtalinus who -apparently thought pillage and reckless destruc tion of property was their mission in life fer the time being' The same opinion is entertained of New Zea - hinders.' Of course the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904
AUCTIONEERS" ADVERTISEMENTS. • Clearance Sale. JPRIJ)AY NEXT, 22ndiiist. ' At 2 p.m. -! Has been-favbnretl ■with iustmctiona from , Mr.":Pi micis Billingham, to sell by v auction, at hia 'x-eaideuce,.; near Kent ;j.rgrovej Crootoell/.; • " Tills Day, 'flTIie.Wholeofliis Fiirai ture and Effects, .::'i . Including—. 'jrlilj aHE NECEbSABY ARTICLES FOE . A COMFORTABLE HOME, , Also, • 'Farming Implements . ■ " '> Ploughs) and Harrows Liglifc'Dray, lTariess • • Gardening and Carpenters' Tools —«• •••*• 'LVo DraughtMarea .>•«>?•• - v. \ ■ ..One Reliable Saddle and Light Harness. ., . Hoiae , U , . ' ■ And "Sundries too numerous to par '' ticulavise. (J^- N.B.— Every lino offered must' go : to the highest'bidder, ' -TERMS CASH Clearance Sale. ON' SATURDAY NBXT, 23rd. RTSTANT, ; • . At 2 p.m., . EL O. BRAY Has received instructions from Mrs. W. A. Long to-sell by auction, at her residence, • GOULBTJUN-STREET,' CROOKWELL, " ON Saturday Next, 2t^r€ inst.y THE v\rHOLE OP HER HOUSEHOLD ...