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

Seed •: Wheat. The re-payments ior seed wheat are, •Mr. Kidd says, being-made satisfac- i torily. On Friday between £800 and £400 were received: Some of the favmovs are, however, asking for time within .which' r.o make tlm payments. i Tboy offer to furnish;: portion of the amount this season and the remaining portion next . senson. . Where it is deemed advisable to do mo t ho re quest will be acceded+to, but each case will be decided upon i's merits, and only after receiving reports lroni re sponsible officers. There are a few t eases in the direction of . Hillston i from which the Minister stales no re turn'is likely to,, be received. As a matter of fact,.in these localities the drought still continues. There has i not been sufficient rain to produce tho crops. M-; Kidd considers that to attempt lo cultivato lands iu dis tricts where u ci op is obtainable only "about once in live - years is futile. Time and ■■moneystrength are wasted in such localities;

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

j . GOULBURN TO CKOOKWELL LINE. Vs A train leaves Goulbum daily, Sundays and Wednesdays excepted, at 7.20 a.m.; Boslyn,-8.55; nmves Crookwell ■ 9.50. A tiuhi. leavoa Crookwoll daily, Sundays i and Wednesdaya excepted, at, 3.10: : • j).m.; Koslyn, 3.55; arrives Uoulburn « o.ao. On Wednesdays trains, leave Goulbum at 5.15 a.ui. and 3. 20 p.m. ; .ltoslyn, ii;40 : a.m. and 4.48. p.m.; -arrive .at Crook- • ■ well 7.30 a.m. nnd 5.40 p.m. ; : - On Wednesdays trains leave Crookwell at yv •a..' -•••8.5 :a.m.•■ and li,20 • p.m.; . Eosl.vn, 8 40 ; •'••;,>:•' a.m. and <i.50 p.ui; j nmvoi Uoulburn 10.10 a.m. and S.25 p.m. j * - * -

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Extracts from H.S. Act of 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

'Extracts..from IL S; Aei of 1895. The mnin features of a homestead selection lire perpetual- rosidence rand vent., and, subject thereto, ivtitle ivftev five years equal ^o thnt -of': lands; held in fee simple. It is possible to. hold aflhomestead . Retention, by dppiU.y- beforo^issne. of grant, although the ' provisions aro very stringent, find one who wowd live on the holding from -tho com mencement would get the preference. • Being an uncertificated bankrupt is ndt n. disqaalifica,i(.n.:.The-'npplicfttion nLirill .be made and lodgedviii fche pro scribed maimer. audi 'shall be accom?. 'panied' by a hulf^yenv's • yi'iit in advance and aism-vey lve according to • the,presitribed scale ;-.or if the applicant, desiresvto, defer the payment of tho i survey-'fee, then by one-third of the total amount thereof. t;,-.Disqualifications : Jf such porson is -under the age of 10 years.; or such person is a married woman not- living apart from her husband under adecrep : for judicial separation...

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

Learn the New Sliortha nd ISfo matter where you live, WE WILL 'lEACII YOU ' Shorthand. 21 lessons for 2*1/ ; postage extra. ' ' Only three lessons to write notes ; 21 to completion. Oar correspondence system of-Tuition has given Results Unchallenged. BE UP-TO-DATE! Study the Simplest and Most : / Practical System.' WiiiTJO' kou Pauticulars. gHV. CHAHLTOIf HUBBLE, Gitjba' Chambers, Moore-at., Sydi^y

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

Tailoring. W. Munro, tailor, .'Grookwoll, an nounces in our business columns that; lie lins on hand a largo display of the choicest tweeils.aud .'sergoe,': and that ho has reduced tho prica of .Lis tailor made suits; Those can now bo ob-' tained tit-his establishment from £2 15/-; the suit,: mid .trousers from 14/6 | pair.. | Att the Goulburn Police Court on Saturday,- Manfred;Eogair-(ll) and William Porter (13). schoolboys;: ,.)voro charged .with stealing -various articles -fiom nto"ekeepers in. Goul ,'burii.-. ...i^LTIie boys 'pleaded gnilfcy, and ,wpre ordered, to bo sent to the Carpen tary Reformatary for a period of tlireo yr;ars.

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

Church services. Chttrcji op Enoiuijd. Following1 im* tto sorvicna for "undny next :— ;'J ? ' ■ • Orookwell, R.rf.'.'mi (Holy •Coinnmnion) J Grocnwull, 11 a.m. Kialliv, 2.80 p.m. • .GrooKTTell. ^Vfidnpsilay, 7.30 p.m. • Bev. Ben I.)orp Bryant., Rector.

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

'Hfjle LlSeral' Bireclory Solicitors—- ■. • C.^T. CliftoivQonlbiirn-street, Crookwoll. Johii' Comiellnn,, GonUmvn-stveet, Croolc well. .v:c;'. ■ ;"^Banks— Bonk of N.S.W., Goiilbm-n-streefc; .Croolr . well. ■ ■ ■/! ' . E.S. and : A.C. Bank, .Qoulbum-atreet, Crookwelk Chemist and-Dentist—■ Mr. ir. Blnokndclor, Goulbnni-sfcreot, Crook . . well.. •' Dentist—: ' Mv. <"!. H. Golby-GoYillmrn-streoti Croolc well. Printers... W. J. Smith :& Co., publishers of Argy'.e Lilerah Office':Gonlbuin-street, Crookwellj- directly opposite tht Post Oflieo, ^ . . Newsagent— E.. V. Coleman, Gonlburn-street, Crookwell. Storekeeper, Newsagent, &c. A. ICei'Bhtt'w, Go\ilbn«i-street> Crookwell. Milliner— :.Misa A. Harvey,r Goulbnm street, Crook ■ well. . Dressmaker. ' \MifiB Bm-ell; Olil Scliool of irts, Goulburn . street.' ■" - v. ■ Sworn Valuator. . A. J. Glcnnnn, Goulbuvn-street, Crookwell Auctioneers— Geo. McDonald and' Son, Goulburn-strcet, r Crookwell. - (L: Hrny, Goulburn-...

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

QUE POLICY . THE ABGYLb LIBERAL innot owned, ■subsidised, ' controlled, or run at- the dictation or,suflrance of any.clique ■ or, party, .but as'^a free.. and independent journal :.inv the ■'interests of . producers. Its colnmns.nce-.Qpea .for: the freo discus sion of all publics-matters, i»liilo- all »ro -invited to contribute: items of -interest ..touching-';jwstoral, sgricultural, mining, and social ^natters.-.;' ,Tliis journal- will be outspoken/ consistent, impartial, and representative, and", ou this policy wo • will rely for-its" success and advance ment. TO B[JSmi2SS 3£EN. •TF.yon are in. i»nsmes8, yon -imiRt ndver-. tise. : Uom]wfcition*Tia' too .U<?en7' now-a- . days for :myibnsin«>6Sto jof»<ftloni? in. the/; old-fiishioneiV- '-ni anner. -Business ruien must proclaim to" tliov public-. alPrubout' . thou\,wares, and thoso -who do this • moat,i persistently rare . in variably those vwho. succeed, Put-Jin /advertisement: in tiie■.'Arqylkiv T)rnRreAi,,...

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

; " POSTAL NOTlSS. ; ' ' The public.'are afforded the: opportunity,: of) transmitting:'small sums of money through the-Po3t within the State, aud to Queensland, Victoria, South A.ujU"ilin., Tas manfu, by means of Postal Notes;-' - . .?I>osbil.N'6tes of .the following value ,inav:. be obfciiined'iit aTfy'Money Order, Qlliflo in the State on- payment o£ the poundage specified in connection herowith— Value. Poundage, --Value. Poundage, •■s. d. ■■■: ■■■ d . • R. tl. ■ ■■ d. ' 10 \ 4 0 1 16 i 5 0 !i 2 0 1 •. 7 «' 2 . 2 0 1 10 (1 :• S O 1 10 <> 8 If G 1 13 0 :{ 4 0 1 20 0 :< Persons mav .somit 0,1.J pence .«;»• to 5tl . by afhxmg postage stamps.: to-the face otithu Postal .'.Notes, and' the : valuo of the'stlunps affixed thereto •will.be paid on presentation. : A: Postal .Noto may 1)3 crossed,.and fcbo-5 Postmaster suall refuse to pay .it except-to a, banker, . Additional poundage, equal to; jjie.orig- -■ -iniil' pouxvdase.iWillvboohargedTon allVl'ostal \ Notes...

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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

Postal ami Railway Information. ~ . -Mails Close at. CRooicwELrr-r v For Goulburn, via Tjaggan and. Woodhouse- ^. lea,'at 4,p.u)i oniMoftday;"' Wednesday; ,. r and Friday; arid : by dii'OOt .route at . ■1.45 on Tuesday ,~?:U hursday, and Sat- / - urday. • , ' , %. t; I -jft For Biiida,v-Tucsdiiy,-Thursday, and Sat urday, at 10.45. For -Pejiir and Kialla, Tuesday, Thuraday, ,.n-. - ■ andSaturday, at 11.45 ii.m. , For-GlengoiTy,'.Saturday, at 10;30.a.m. For-Wiceo,.Tuesday?,and Saturday,-1.45 • p.ni. .. MAtr.S ARRIVE AT ClfOOKWELL—: From Goulburn, via' Laggan and Wood Jiougelee, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat urdayj ac; 9.45: n.m;.; and'by direct . ' routa on Monday, Wednesday)-and . - Friday, at 9 a.m. . > : ■ , : . From Binda, Monday, Wednesday,- and Friday, at 3 p.m. ■ From l?ej;u' and Kiallo," ISiesday, .Thursday, and Saturday, at ll a.m. From Glengarry, Friday, at 3.30. From Wheeo, Tuesday and Saturday, I' p.m.

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South Africa. LONDON, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

South Africa. London, Jan. 21. .The '' Times '' says that Mr. ;Deakin's message to ilie Trans vaal, ; advising the colony against the importation of .Ghi nese,labour, is milder,, than Mr. Seddon's language to-his,, con stituents, and is less -than what Mv. Seddon's message said. Mr. Deakin who is the advocate of a White Australia; and whose political nature .largely depends upon the • .-Labour Party's attitude, could - hardly be expected to say .that the protests were made -foivhwhat .they were worth. The excel!-, enee of his intentions /may. be acknowledgedj and the 'Legis lative Council at Pretoria . may fairly regard tho incident for the present .closed* The Legislative Council! atf Pretoria has Kead, the .second time* without division,the;v or dinance providing, for the'.im portation of labour* siivPei'Cy Mtsspatrick said that. Australian and New Zealand representa-, tives on: the matter .were- based on profound Jgnomnce of the present conditions of the Trans, vaal.

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

Dressmakiiiff. ,Br advertisement iu another column, Miss Nowlmm (lute of Rose-street, Syduey,.nniionnc:cs thai; she hits com menced dressmaking ia Crookwoll, in-premises two doors from Mr. C. Henville's baker shop. MissNewham, having had ecnsiderablo experience in ,tlio metropolis, is prepared to executo any . orders, entrusted to her iu tlio latest styles and fashions.

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between: ther producer and., first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

COMMERCIAL. CEOOJIWEXiL. PltlCEs ' CUBREN.T. (That 'is Iclwgen : ike*; 'prstlncer.. and., first ... - -pntchaser.J; .. . Wheat, 2/.9 .per busliol V Oats, 2a to.2s 3d.biwhol Maissa, to 3s Ud buahol. Flour, JJ9 . ton.j • Bran, 8d to 9d per . bushels Pollard, lUd to Is".per bushel - : Oil Uako, Bs per cws" ■ Chuff- (oaten) £2 to -.JJ2 JIDi .per ton i'otuluea—Circular Heads (eating) to .£3. Onions, 6a pur ewe. (siiiniJ JCggs, Bd pei-dozen . . Butter (factory;, ti.ld, dairy,7.d Bacon, 9d ; hainH, Sl.Jd Beeswax, lOd lb Horsehair, lOd to Is Lard, Gd lb ■ Sheepskins, .5d to"6Jd lb - ' Hides, ;td to4d lb , Poultry—Fowls, 3/ to 3/(3 pair; dueka, 3/ to 3/3 pair j geese, 5/- to 0/ ; Turkeys—belts,. 5s to 7s, gobblers 8s to 133 paar *

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

(Sydney Commercial. 'Messrs; Erj.is <fc Co. report 'Milch cows £o to £14 ench ; fnt cows «(iG to £8 loa .;/ fat calyos 21s to 60s. i'afc pigs 23.i to 100a ; 'store pigs 10/6 to 28/(5 each, Small supply , of pigs forward—-520. Bacoiiers ■ and brtckfatlds sold steadily at puyable prices. Porkers of nil descriptions met with brisk demand at high prices. Bntier, bacon, honoy, lard and . cheese sold dull at a. slight reduction ;. eggs sold freely at. laie rates ; poultry in heavy .supply ; : . tui'keys' andi.-gaiiie^ Eo wls:upheld'late good: values;./pli1t>\vls, ducks-and geese sold extremely dull-at a big reduction and are likely to be. still lower. Quotations : Hogs," case' lid to l"2id, new-l"id l'J Jd to <.loid ;. fowls, youug roosters ■ '2/G to 3/9, choice up to 4/6, very small kinds, from l/i upwards, old liena'3/3 to 3/6; ducks "2/1) to ■ 3/6 ; turkey: hi ns 6/6 to 8s, gobblers 10s to 16s; geese 4s to 4/6 ; guinea fowls 4/6 to.5/4 per .pair; suokint: piirs...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

GOULBURN l'JilCKS'CURRENT. Wheat, 2s 8dper bushel .Flour, iil2 Os to £12 10a Bran; 6d to 7d bushel iVlsiizo, 3/0 bushel. . Barley (for'feeaing purposes), 3/9 to 4/ Oats—feed'i/il to tt/.seei 2/'S)to 3/ Hay, JBI 15/ to £2 tou Straw, £2 .a/ to £'i 10^ ton Chaff, JB3 to ;C3 10/ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, Os per cwt. Butter—factory 8d, dairy 7d Lard, 8Jd to 9.id lb ISggsj'lOd dozen •Potatoes, £2 to £'2 10s tonBrownells ' (seed)".S4 Os Cattle—Bullocks £i 5s to .£11 .lis;,cows • j88 5s to JE5, heifers £i to J24 Ills; springers jEoOa to £7 15s, steers £3 to £o 10s ' . Sheep—Wethers 10s to'15s; ewes .12/0 to 153 • _ Pigs—Fat to X3; porl-ers 29s to 40s"; stores 123 to 22s; slips 10s to 12s, suck ers 7/0 to 9s Od Beef (retail) 4ldto 0d lb Mwtton „r iUd to rid.j -Hides, 3d to 4d peivlb Tallow, X18 to £22 per ton Wattle bark, to £i, hickory to 30s .ton Poultry—Fowls 4s to 6s pair j turkeys— gobblera 17s fid to30s, liens 8/0 to 9s;' ducks 4/0 to 5/10 ? geese,- 7s to 10/0 Sheepskins—merinos 4...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.)HOMEBUSH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

HOMJSHUSH FAT STOCK SALES (From our Representative.) - Host u bush, Thursday. About 16,045: sheep and lambs : penned, from 77 consignors. Attend auce good. -iThe 'market opened to free competition at.the values ruling, on; last sale- day,-: easing, however, as the.sales -progressed; especially:.on ithe heaviei descriptions. Quotations :— ' SHEEP?" SHORN. Merino Wethers, 17/-to 18/6 Merino 13\ves, 14/6 to 15/6 Crossbred Wethers, :18s to 19/ „ E\ves,'li/6 to 10/. WOOLLY. Merino Wethers, to 19/10. LAHBS. Competition moderate at a ; decline iu.values. Prices: Prime suckers^ los to J 5s Gd Good suckers, 13s 6d to 14s Gd Medium „ trom lis CATTLE. 938 yarded ; attendance nsual; price showing an -advance: of 5s to 10s on. last Monday's values. Yard . ings comprised all qualities, the bulk being good, useful bullocks. Quota tions :— Prime bullocks, <£9. to ■ £11. - Extra prime and heavy to £12 10/. Good bullocks,,H£8-10s ; to £9 Prime Cows, i£710s"to £8 10s. Light Co ws and heifer...

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It Was His Case. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

It Was His Case. Coprts of /IIIw ■ are now- an.di. then enlivened by the unin tentional comicalities /which will occasionally occur: even in most serious cases. ■ In a.cerlain lunacy trial held in Sydney, the last witness called ;by. the leading' "counsel for -the plaintiff',' a barrister of considerable, eminence, was a dectQv, who, al; the close of his evidence,• '.described .a case of delirium* tremens treated , by him, in which the -patient re covered in<one night. ' Itr - was,",saidv the /witness,. 'a case of gradual drinking— sipping all day long from tiiorning to night.'' . These words .were scarcely uttered _ . wlien:' the .eminent barrister who had? examined the witness, turning to the Bench, .and unconsciously ac centuating the .last word but one, said— VYaw Onnah, that,is nry case.' And the Court was con vulsed. ,

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

Auction Sales. Those : interested - are reminded tliat M^bsrs. 0. H. Furner mid Co. will couduct tlieir,- special stock sale at Crook well ou Friday next. Various additions have been.addod to the list previously advertised. ■ Ou Saturday ibo same firm will offer, at McGuiness':. Hotel, Crookwell, two allotments' of; •land, adjoining the property : known aotno Old .Crookwell Inn. . Full par tisulars are advertised in oar busiuess columns.' Mr", tl. L. Alford's second- special stock 'bale takes place at liis yards, Oiookwoll. ou February 12. V Air. J1 (X Bray reports having con ducted two successful clearance sales ou Friday and Saturday last, satisfac tory . prices. being ' obtained in each TiiHtiuicftV"*"' " •' "■ * ' • •

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

Urged Ou. TnE fastidious wife of aJVorth umbnail vicar .went, under pressure, to a supper.party given by one of the oldest parishioners, but. finding ■.■.■the fare provided little to her lik ing,. politely, refused -almost every dish that, was handed to her. Noticing this, and deter mined that her most important I guest should feel at home, the ! well-meaning hostess leaned i towards her, and said in a stage whisper—— ' Don't be afraid. of eatin', Mrs. JB. The baker is cater in' and you'll be charged for whether you owt or nowt. So tuck in and get " your shilling's worth !' •

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

Mutually. Agreed. ' Bu t, G-eorge, as time passes' and I grow stout and red-faced "will you' love 'me just the same V ' I don't think it's quite fair to put it that way, Mabel. You see. I'm ' quite likely to experience a change myself. No doubt I'll develop.■ an. aide manic retundity^ - a double chin, and a; dignified waddle, and—- • ; : ' Stop, George. I can't bear to think of you looking like that.' I' ' And .I can't dream of , y ou-as j stout and red faced,Mabel.! i ' Why borrow trouble,?' . ' Why, indeed ?'

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