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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

LOST, from Slaughter Ynrds, .'Grab ben Guilen Road, Two Fat X-Bred : •Wethers, branded M off shoulder. Finder obmunieate with G. LEAH-Y, Butcher,' CrookwelL- " . . GOOD NEWS ! JOYFTJI, NEWS! Tidloring Up-to-Date tV> aRTONRO THE RELIABLE AND UP-TO-DATE ^TAILOR, GOITJ.BURJT-STREET, CROOKWELL, TSeSIR'ES to inform the gentlemen'of • -T\ . Crookwell and surrounding district that they can now procure their Suits at his Establishment, mndo in the latest and up-to-date style, at the following RE DtJCED prices:— Suits rfrom ... ... £at 15 o Trousers from ... 14 6 A Large Assortment of all the Latest Tweeds and Serges to select from.- ■ CALL AND INSEECT. Notice of Agplioatios jbr^ ^Certificate .of In the .Supreme Court of,} New South Wales. . > No. 6496. Is Bankruptcy.j • : ' } Re MICHAEL 13±tODERIOK, of laggan, near Orookwell, Farmer. : . To the Official Assignee and-Creditors. - rHAKE NOTICE, that MICHAEL BftODERICK .intends, to apply to His Honor the Judge in Bankruptcy, at . the Cou...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Opening of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

Opening ot Pni-liiiineiit. The Parliament of New South Wales was opened on Tuesday last at noon by His Excellency the Governor, Sir Harry Rawsoii.The " Spefch from the . Throlie" was perhaps the shortest 011 record. Id breathed the sentiment of the day, namely, reform, beginning with redaction of members. The Council Chamber was crowded with ladies and: members rof ■Parlia ment. • Outside in. the grounds and on the roadway there was the usual military display. But the whole busi ness was ov^r in ten miuules, and the Houses adjoiirnnd within half an hour. The President of the Legislative ,Council took' the chair at noon, and by; his instructions- the Clerk mad the p'ocl.'imationjjcalling Parliament :to gether. At 12.10 p m. His Excellency was announced, and entered the Chamber attended by his stall. A message having been senc desiring r.he .attendance oEmembors of the Legisla tive Assembly, Mr. Speaker entered, accompanied . by members of the House. : ' - XUe Governor's speech was ve...

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DAPHNE. CHAPTER III (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

CHAPTER In. (Continued.) 'Mrs. Chester had gone over to the tfflownr-filleilifh'oplnee and was -looking atlferself in the old Vonetiau mirror over the mantel piece* and Inking the ,,hairpins out of her pretty frizzy linir. i :''"fl-liko ^Mr. Bolsover very muulij" •-.•tber-girl added; giving a hist: loolr :Tound the room, and pieking up .her irnother'3 luce lmndkei chief and fan which hud fallen beside the piano. Andd: think;." Airs." Chester went . On, wit h another yawn that, ended in a laugh—"I any, I" think flint Mr. •Bolsover; returns the- : complimeut, | dearest!" | ■. '.YeSjil.think he does,' Daphne nd •mittcd icadily. ' We were very good friends at J^nmswick. Square. . Bm, . come t.o .bed /now, 'mother .dmling ! | ^Yon will be so tired to-morrow !- 1 | ■will.carry .yonr cloak for you. : Gome ! along !' ■ ■ ..." ;■■■■.: I '.Daphne darling, I hate going to bed and getting up ! And- I delight ;in .discussing people behind their i backs—though Mr. Bolsover bears the process remar...

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State Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

State Parliament. ArrE'R/.proliminary matters had iboon disposed of in tho Legislative Assembly on Tuesday night itie main . question of a R^dis\trit)utjon of Soats Bill was ta|fpn,aip. Gu tlie motion of the Premier,; the Honse resolved into committee of- the whole to. consider tlio expediency ot bringing in-a bill to provide for the reduction of the number of members of the. Legistative Assembly and of -the number of electorates to -90 for the distributions of: electorates ; -to apply the Royal - Commission ' Evi dence Act, 1901, to Electoral Dis tricts Commissioners, and to authorise such Commissioners-to rake evidence ; to previde ;■ that existing electors' rights shall continue to have effect in respect of: the new electorates ; to amend in tliese and'other respeotfk.tho' PtivUnmeiriavy Electorates and Elec tions Act, 1902 ; and _ for : pur,poses consequent on or- iMjidental to the carry.Rg out of the said subjects., The motion was agreed to. Jvlr. Willinms being , the only diss...

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THE WAR CLOUD. RUSSIA WILL RETREAT. LONDON, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

the war cloud. Russia wiu, retreat. London. Jan. 19. TsiCzar has invited M. Kurino, the Japanese Minister at St. Petersburg, to bis palace at Tarskoe Selo, to cou-. for on the situatiou < between Japan aud Russia. • \ Renter's representativein Berlin re ports that a coulidcnfc view is : ex pressed in diplomatic circles that Russia is nofc ready' and is not' willing to light, and that she will patch an > arra'ngemeut if.sho is able Ao ropre-' sent'her retreat as .a diplomatic .•'com promise. ' The^Tokio correspondent of to " Timessays that opinion in that city in / al together acept ical of the truth of the rumpnra of Russian con cessions to Japan in Korea and ' A] aa-; churia; v ■; • •• . Tlte " Now Tork Sun," in comment ing on tlie valuelessness of the pi'cru-' ises of Russia in respect of tho treaty rights of^other >'bwers in Manchuria wheir sticli i-jghts have, notprejudiced | tho rights of that nation, remarks that' Great Britain is Japan's actual ally, but the ...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Boers in Mexico. LONDON, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

Boers in Mexico. London. Jan. 19. Mexico has advanced to Com mandant Snyman (one of the Boer leaders) a sum of 50,000 dol. (£10,000) at' 25 /years' credit towards 1.he purchase of; lands to be colonised by Boers within three years. The Boer settlers are to be exempt from military duty and from taxa-; tion. /

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South Africa. LONDON, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

South Africa. London, Jan. 19. A great flood-lias- occurred at Bloemfonteiri owing to heavy rains causing the reservoir to burst i tar dam. Sixi v people were drowned'. One linndred arid seventy-six houses weiv: destroyed; The municipality of Bloenir foritein and the -Legislative Council of the Orange River Colony have each voted £1000 for the relief of those made destitute by the; flood. Mr. Bourke, a member of the Transvaal Legislative, Council, has withdrawn a motion intro duced by hiin asking the- Im perial Government to relieve the Transvaal and the ^Orange River Colony of.the £30,000,000 Avar contribution. The Rev. Mr. Bosman,. a leader of the Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa, in duced the Dutch Reform ed Church at Ermelo, in the South Eastern Transvaal, to rescind the pardon which had been granted to the jfa-< tional Scouts for having joined the British1 forces during the1 war, and to exact a public con fession' of their sua. This con fession members of the Na...

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LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

LATEST' [^Y .WIRE.] t.i Sr-DNBTj Thursday. Stock JVIARKET;--Shcep mm ket aix> ponce. :lowcr ; - .weUters 14/'-: 'to .20/.{v ewer., 12/- to 15/ ; cattle market 10s easier; besf,.bt-of, 27s por.lOOIbs bal^. loeks j£?8 to £12 17/(i; co"w.'5, " £6 r-o £8 I Oh. •The Assembly sat till two o'clock, thi.smorniny and piisaed'-the liodne- ■ tion of Members''IM1 through all its stages amidst ,.cheero; .Tho.measuro was-si>nt to the Upper House, wlicvf! it wa^.denlt with to-rlay. ■■■■■:■' ; The -Legislative Council passed the Seats Re-Distribntion Bill through t.11 its st.agf.8 without debate, and the business of the session closed. A fierce hnvriciino is raging at Suva. .• Many native houses are demolished, and tho banana plantations -eaffered. ■ Business is at, -a complete*- standstill, • every building' being '-barricaded, as -.there are indications ofa.moro severe blow; > . .. Tho charge against- Ralph Weildon, of . Hre.aknig and euteriug -Saunders jewel'ery establishment and steali...

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British Fiscal Policy. LONDON, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

British Fiscal Policy. London. Jan; 19. Mr. Chamberlain visited the city to-day and addressed a meeting of 3000 persons at the Guildhall.. Mr. Chamberlain also addressed a great> overflow meeting in the Guildhall yard;. Representatives of thefinancial, commercial,-, industrial, and political sections of the -com munity were present. Tairty-" three thoiisaiid persons applied for seats in the Guildhall. The Hopgrowers': National Association at its meeting in London yesterdayi- endorsed the proposals-of Mr. Ghamber Jaiii

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

SMALL DEBTS' COURT.   Joseph Oswald Eldridge, v. Samuel Pitt Larkham. No appearance of either parties.       Edward Writer v. Jas. Marsden, claim for £26 10s. Mr. Connellan for complainant, and Mr. Clifton for defendant. Defendant pleaded not indebted, and   paid £16 into Court as satisfaction for the claim.   After hearing lengthy evidence the Bench considered that complainant   should not have brought the case into Court, and ordered him to pay £2 6s costs viz: Mr. Marsden 15s, Mr. C.   King (witness) 10s, and 21s profes- sional costs.   Mr. Marsden intends giving the   costs awarded to himself to the Crook- well School of Arts.

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Crookwell Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 22 January 1904

Crookvrcll.Lirvrn 'Tennis The anmiftl nieotin^ bf the above Was held in Vhe School of Arts, on .[Wednesday evening. Mr. J. Tozer occupied the olin.it,, and briefly ' ox-, plained 'tb®;:b»8inew. of I.ho'meoting. ,The secretary read- the report' and Iftalanco-shoet,. ;ho latter showing, a credit, balance of 9s 3d. The report stated that tho club had been very suc cessful during the past year. Two trophies: were presented by Dr. •Fitz Patrick-nud Mr.. Tozeiy wlifch were woii by Miss -Kennedy and Mr. Kin«S ,mill A social had 'also been held and was a sncceiis both financially 'and socially. Mr. Tozer ir.oved the adoption of ■ the report ana balance-sheet. .Seconded by Dr. Fitz-Patrick and can iod. • The.. fol'owing were,, elect: d office bearers"for tlie Srisuirig' term Prosi-' dent, Mr, J.. Tozer (re-elected) ; -■ vico' -presidents,> Dr. Fit*-Patrick, (re-, elected)-a«d Mr. Dndley lion trea surer, Mr. C. T. Olifton (re-elected) ; hon. "secretnryj Mr. W. Oliver (re o^cted); ladies' c...

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23 Trains Snow-bound. LONDON, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

23 Trains Snow-bound. \ London, Jan. 2 Eleven trains are snow-bound between Home and Waterfcown, i New York State, U.S. Some of the passengers set ' out on snow-shoes. Many of 'those . remainin g are without food, and as it is snowing heavily, early relief is unexpected. Twelve trains are also bound fast in thirty feet of snow near Utica, in the same State.

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Here, There & Every where (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

Here, The™ & Everywhere (OaiBBBD, Guia.v.d, asS Cds-rktBcrup) Twenty-six thousand hags of wheat; one - poi tioiv off the . landra, Estate, Gronfell, were sold lqst, wodc to Darl ling and Son at 2s 7'jd per .bushel. " Paper hats are all the go in Sydney. A local Judy in Sydney hist, week nolicod-lliab out of eighteen' of the fair sox iu a tram, fifteen wore paper hats, v *** • -TheEmpress of/Japairfierit. a' sym pathetic lettor t.o. the Czarina -with reference to llie hitler's illness last month, and.received- a very - pleasant repl£. V A desperate binglar named Gustav ,Ohlsen, who seven years ago was sentenced to ten.years' penal servitude for a murderous assault, was arrested in the house of Arohdeakin Watkins, at .BVemai,tie*-West Australia.- Oblsen litis a woodeiv leg, but lie - fiercely struggled with and injured the Archdeacon and -his son ; also when the ell was opened next morning ho straggled violently with-four police men. V. ■■ Lightning struck a honsrs in Dun gog ...

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Train Stuck up by Brigands LONDON, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

Iraiii Stuck-up l>y Brigiuuls London, Jan. '22. The Southern Pacific train was stopped and boarded at San Luis Obispo, California, by brigands; who stole 50,000 dollars. (£10,000).

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THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

THE WAR CLOUD. London, Jan. 22. Disturbances have taken, place at sev eral points along 'the Seoul-Fusan railway. Japan - has warned Korea fchntrmiless they are ."suppressed she will maintain order herself;. • The. ris ing started at Phj'eug-yang, in (he Northern portion of Korea, and it is feared it will extend. The attendance of Sergius Do .Witte,. Minister for Finance at the ineotingof the .'Fir Eastern Com liiitee of the ; Russian Imperial Council is interpreted as an indication of peace. Russian official -reports show that the Siberian-Marichurian railway cost £140,000 000. Tho Czar contributed £58,000,000 of this huge ninount. Japanese residents in Vladivostock,' tho Russian naval base, are Raftering tseverely-afc the hands of tbo Russians. It is expected that tlioy will all leavo. The Seoul correspondent of ' tho Daily Mail " alleges that M. Pavloff, the' Russian Minister at Korea, in fluenced the " New York Horald ": by; bribing its correspondents.. It is al leged that the- ...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

A meeting.'of the Ijocal Land-Board was hold at t.he Crook-well : Court honao on TnoBflay Inst. Thu following onsos were .dealt wif.h :— ■ Goolbuen District. , ... v : For Cousidevatioi) : '"•'• Harold O'Brien, ' ol 02-37, <20Dn; withdrawal permitted; .Robert MoGaw, ••.••ol 02-3-1,- 140a ; confirmed for portion 7*2 of 244jii; rent. .4d per nore.' . - Robert. McGnw oi 03-7, 40p. ; con firmod for pomon 73 of 40a; rent 2;|d -per acre. . t. Tlio.s. Si ol 03-23, 120a ; con firmed for portion 26 of . 120a ; rent 2i-d per aero. • ■ "\V. C. Eldridge, op 03-43, 40a, and ol 03-39, 110a ; adjourned.- .:iv Jiio,C. Smith, op 03-58, 40a ; con firmed for portion 27 of 42ia. Geo. Cart.wriglit, (foi Bank of N.S. W.), op 03-65-, 40a ; confirmed for. portion 293 of 40a. W. C. Cramp, op 03-67, 43a,; con firmed for portion 52 of 40a, :W. C. Cramp, cl 03-60, *J7a ; cop. !• firmed for portion 107 of 97a; rent 2d per acre. . . . Jno. JWdindgo, ]un., op- Uo-bU, . bUa confirniBcl for portion 221 o...

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"Elijah" Dowie. LONDON, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

" Elijah V Dowio. London, Jan. 22. An insurance1' agent named i Csaig is suing "J. A. , Dowie, of Zio.ii Cit.yy at: 'Frisco, and threatens to stop him from leaving the golden gate '' for Australia. The modern " Eli jah " had a frosty -reception at' San Francisco. ' *

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RAILWAY PARCELS RATES [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

II A.I Ij \V A*Y PA Tin E T, S T/ATIJ* The followingjs tto scale of-charges'for . the carriage of parcel* on the • Government railways:— , • Stami'eD: Parcels (Pbbpaid) • Rates;• • Up to 40 miles—!Slb. and under, 3d; 31b. to 71b., 3d; 71b. to lilb., fid; 141b. to , 281b., Dd; 281b. to 5Glb., 1/; 5<ilb. to 841b., l/(>; every additional: lllba. or part thereof 3d. l?or 51 to 150 miles—31b. and under Gd ; • *31b. to 71b„ S)d ; 71b.,to 141b., 1/; 141b. • to 281b., 1/6; 281b. to 6616.*, 2/0 ; 5(ilb. . to 8JJb;, .3/6;: every additional I4lb. : • or prrt thereof, Od. ' For 151 to 200 miles—3lb. and under, 1/; : 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. 'to- 141b., l/a"; 14'b. to 281b., 2/0; 281b, to DGlb., 4/ ; 561i". to 841b.-.. D/3 ; every additional 141b. or part thereof, 1/.» •Over 300 miles—3fb. nnd» under,: 1/6: 31b. to 71b., 2/; 71b. to -141b., 2/0; I4!b. to 281b., 4/; 2Slb. to 5«lb.,■ ()/ -, . 5Ulb: ,to 84lb., 8/j eveiy addiuional:141b. orpart thereof, 1/0. •, -i • All fractions of 3d ...

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Infanticide. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

Infanticide. A CAsra ofi alleged -infanticide •■-•at. Dubbo has counted a groat sensation in that town, ai;d two . persons, n . man and a woman, ai;e now under arrest in connection therewith. The female, ■ a single girl, was confined 011 Friday morninsj at one of tho hotols, and, it is alleged, hilled.the cshild^by dashing its head against a; fence. The tvvo ■then buiied the.child in an ash- heap and left the: hotel. . Later-in the day,' the body was found: by -a carrier, -it having been accidently uprooted by dogs. The nia'ter was reported to thopolioe, who arrested the \vomav_. She had.boen at work at-her. domestic duties all day, and! Iwd done a hard day's washing.. Bhe - made a confes sion, and her male ; companion; , the allodged father of ;the child, was then avrobted. An inquest - on the body was opened, and: adjourned until the 29tli iust. as tho mother wns too ill <o appear.

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STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

I . STOCK RATES TO I'LBMINGTON. : Tlio rate per truck (cafctlo or sheep) from .Crookwell to Fleunngton is £1 5/9.

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