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

State Parliament.' - An briefly vacntionod in ouv telegrams of Inst issne, the Council on Thursday su*p™di;d its standing orders to en able the Electorates Re-di.-.fnlmh'ou Bill to be passod ufc orm Kitting. Tliu • Bill was passed- practically without opposition and was returned to ohe Assembly • In thoi Assembly (lie Premier re turned thiuiKs to. members Bitting on all sides of tho Etouse for having as-, te'tited in t,he passage of tho measure • Mr. Carruth»rs appealed to the Government not to incoase the mem /bership ol: ihe Legislative Ooancil. so as to give it a commanding position over the Assembly. The Minister for Lnu'.i stated that the Government is determined to con vene Parli'iment in •. May -foi ariotl oi' session. Mr. J. 0. L. Piizpifci'iclc was address ing the Hotiso on Thursday when the speaker announced that lie had re ceived a message from- the .Govern ment:.' proroguing Parliament. Tlie message read by the Speaker trans pired_ to be a- telegram from bis Ex cellency'...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

Extraordinary. Myer: c Did you ever see a man-eating shark ?' • 'No ; but I've seen , a man eai;ing schnapper. : ■ Aud it tookthe other twenty minutes to understand the con nection.

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Bialla Homestead Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

Rinlla Jlomeaiead Solections. The Binlln. exchange lands will be available After the 4th ofwsxt month: for. 'homestead. selection/;.. The < land has boon divided inl,o ti,voiblooks : ttnd. contains 62'iO acres, in all, and is sit uated 13ito 18 miles from Gunning, ••l'ho first-; block ..eon-iaiiis - :1280>actes and its-onpital value: is at. 1 '5/-/ per acre, and the estimated valuo . of- -im provements are dBl'29 4-t (id. The :second block contains 1196- acres, capital value £1 -per acre, improve-, 'merits £126 ; third block 1280 acres/ capital value <J13.s4d por.. acre.-im priivemenis . £214 ■ Gs , - fourth: block 1190 acres, capital value £1 On 8d, and ,£129 12s.improvements": fifth ■ block, 1274 acres, capital value ;£l Gs- 8d per acre, estimated improvements £621 4s Gd. The annual-rent is 1 p per cent; ,on capital valuo for G jears and; 2?[ per cent, thcveatti-.i-.

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

PbESHTTElttAN CflOROH. Taralfia, 11 n.'in. Yalbrnitli. fl p.m. O'araljf i, 7.30 p.m.. . : ' • ■ ■ Pre.acher^-Kav. .C-• Ct-p.no, B. A.

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

MsTHOtUST. OhOKCH. •Wullen, tl a.m.—Rov. J. "VVoodhonge iGwokTvcll, 3 and 7.!10 p.m.,—Rev. Woodhonse.

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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 man. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1904. Bialla Homestead Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

AND - DI STRICT R ECORDER ■' 'Impartial'—Not Neutral. Trutltieverloveli/ sinee the world hegan,' The foe of'ti/ranls and the friend of man. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, lf)04. ' Bialla Homestead Selections. rjflts .«nV.-rearter8.; wo .-aware, -.one of the gTOttt • qntuitioW that vhas engaged tho'. attention oh, our ■ legislators is laua reform:—one that is froughfc with con tmleral'le difficulty, and which should . receive carcful consideration from-the vwhole community. JSveryone must; ■iully'rea'iso that wise . laud- laws and ■ administration sire one of the chief means, of brirging about universal prosperity. . Still, despite the efforts of our legislators in the past to settle >the people on the land, they indirectly and unintentionally drove them off -it. In the year 1861 we had presented to 11s the Sir John Robertson Land Act;' known as free selection before survey. ■fjlboro is no doubt that -Act-was- intro-v -.(faced for, a very-;-good- purpose, and '(that it was instrumental-ill ...

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

4 DENTISTRY. mr, charles" h. -golby,, Dental Surgeon, ,Gopl;bnrn-Rlreefc, Orookwell, opposite 33. S and A. B ink. :• •Painless Extractions & Fillings* yisit.s Taralga first Monday in eacli ••'v.; ,month—Next visit, -Feb. -isfe. ALL. WORTv & UARASfTEED. mr, h. blackabber, Chemist and Dentist, .0 80 OK W E L L, EC-SS to.notify the viaiilenss of Ci'onk_ well aurt distinct that ha has secured jthe services of MR. F- GAIN, ■Registered Dispensing ,Chomist & Dentist Late Chief Assistant NEWMAN, King-street. 'jSI oO A JAT H Y; 1 In li ter-strcet. OA INS, Dnrlinghiii'st, Sydney. ■ ^IHtOUS OX ID 13 (IAS AO MINIS-. Tliltr.l). -

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GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. WltlTrES Sl'KCIAIiLY. FOB AnQTLE I1IBEBAX Owing to the late~rains tho soil i3, now in good form .for-cropping," and it will doubly repay fanners to sow at once large ureas of winter fodder plantd.'- Hieso fodder "roots prove more valuable than hay for. winter feeding, esjjecially !-for /dairy purposes. Maugnls, swedes; |-&c.', and Hungarian millet should bo-largely sown, the latter makes good ensilage if it . is mixed - with torn or sorghum.- ilf «yon- sow in rows it will admit of -thinning, and cultivation be tween tho crops.- -"-All land-should be -well and properly mulched,so, as to onsure good'Crops..Tho weathor is likely to bo •tormynJuwug tho month with ; spells of severe heat. , , , Kitchon Garden;-^The melon1 and pump kin vines/will require pinching bacd, also attend- to-tho tomato plants.-.Sow all kinds of beans, -also cauliflowers, cabbage, swedes, carrots, lettuce and radish. If you mnlch frcely. y8U:(wilI be - repaid f...

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

THIS R^IDLY-IN'CREASmG DEr MAND TOR OUK Federal & Challenge. * Famous Suits ' To Measure, •••With Extra Trousers given away "■•.'• for X nuts Box, at 45s and S5s. Y~")UR introduction, of this branch V' has secured a- woi'ld-wids reputation for tlio<-production- '.of- it;.superior class oft; Garments to . measure, nnd wo exnel in style, materials," and workmanship. Wa anticipate a heavy demand for the Xuias trade. Place your orders now. •.»•.: £• •. • MEN'S BOOTS* Our aim is quality and perfect'fitting'.'. Gent's Tan Bals., G/1I, 8/11, 9/11, 12/G Gent.VTan:Glacie, lace or button, 10/G Gent's Box: Calf, 10/(! Gent's GlhCie Kid, 7/11,'9/G, 11/G, 18/0 ; We also st'oek.ifuU rnnjj'e in the celebrated American makes, such as 'Keith's, Snow's, Lilly brackets, from 14/11to 25/. A good line of Bluchers, in nail or sprigs, • afc 2/u Gillespie's and American's, at 7/li Boy's School Boots, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 7/G.. Latest Novelties in Ties, Hats, Shirts, ase-.y. &e., for...

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THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

THE WAlt CLOUD; .'vLondon, Jau. 21. The St." Petersburg - newspapers are •irritated by. Great Britain's influence upon Japan." ■ The " l'femps " says that although the Anglo-Japanese Alliance may, havo encouraged Jnpa'n,1:"; it has enabled great Britain .-to-.counsel moderatiou and prudeueo. A report afc Berlin ? that Russia is appealing to- the;Po\yers to avert • war. is interpreted at Toltio as unreadiness to malce concessions'.-^. : . • ; The " Standard s" correspondent at Tokio says that, the'.; G'zav's words to M. Kuririo are not-.so pacific .and satisfactory as represented in Europe. The Japanese' .V'rivy, (Jounoil has adopted draught .urgency ordinances relating to ujaritirne defence,: rail way transport of troopsj-.'etc..-:!, Korea has informed-M;Tavloff that Russia is not entitled-to: interfere . in Korea's frontier aifairs; M. Movil, a distinguished French publicist, argues thal-JsVance by reason of alliance is not concerned iu Man ehuiia or Korea._ -- < -Iii. t...

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

Here, There'&E¥ery where (Cribbed, cur. led, atid Contributed) We notice that the mineownersin South A£cioa,-are going to iinport'lOjOQO.Chlnameu lit- jEl' a week to work the mine9. Of coiuae tho "clioVcan live on. tlie.smell of. an oil r&g, whereas a ivhito • man will demand a living Tva{;o, which..woiiltlJoe, inponvonient for the wine-owners.'. ' V. Prior to the waiy wages were a £1 a day and black labour , was. pro-' hiuited. Wo iiiidcrBtood<xliat th0'.Aus tralians died on, tho field of giory ,iu order to redress the. alleged grievances, of the TJitlanders., It appears now that tliey nrtj in-*wworse position,since they pre denied the .right of.enjayingi, whut tlioy won by conquest;- or wnsj. tho war waged inc ireel Iv iu the interests of the mining syndicates ? Wo contend that -the Premier o£. New South.Wales should follow the lead of Mr. Seddou, : and enter an emphatic protest against the employ ment of John Ohinamnu, and infornv Do.Boers and Co thai: ...

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

IUCE3. tfolspie l'lonicRaces;■Saturday, 13t)iFeb ruuvy. • .

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

MJCTIGiiEE RS' 'ADYJ3 RTIjSMBNTS. -SPECIAL BALE, Friday, January 29t!i AL 11 a.m. Will sell by auction, , Ori Above Datc^ "ai,,.Gfook\vell, 50.0 HEAD CATTLE; , Including— ' 150 Heifers, 3 years 30 Extra Choice Springers 60 Store Cows ■ 25 Head Pat Cattle 100 fiend Mixed Young Cattle 3 0.0 Steers, l-£ to 2-^ years *^50 "Heifers, 2 years. Also, "3000 SHEEP, Including, ,600 <L iuid 0 tooth Wcthors, Pish Piiver Bred, a grand -line ■550 Prime Fat Wei hers < 200 Wethers. 4 and 6 tooth 320 Young Ewes, from Fish 'River, Al line i 800 Ewes and Lambs .-300 Mixe(l Sheep. Also, 10 HEAD HORSES 10 ' 100 3 aad 4-year-old Bullocks in grand condition. '6 Working Bullocks. O. H. WEm & CO. Ltd. Will soli by auction, at McGuiness's; Hotel, (IrQokwpll, ON S ATU51I5 A"Y N^XT, , 30! h I vst A nt, At 2.30 p.m , we A THF! R RO A. RD COTTAGE & LAND, ■ . with a frontiig'o of .178 fesl;.: to Timdn; Road, and adjoining (ho -.property is now n as the Old Croolnvell Inn. .' a...

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The Arbitration Court. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

The '.Arbitration Court. Mr. Wise states that ho is unablo fo see anything, in (no Arbitration. OourtV latest decision s at JSewcastle which indicates a dofect in the Act. I'lio• possibility ••••of-tlro refusal of -.vorlc men to accept.:an award was*' says- the attorney-general, well' present to hit? uiiud when lie framed tho bill, But, for the Arbitration Act,.tho action tor which the .minors ou striko -are to-be . criminally prosecuted, would'not be an offence, a fuct to which too much pub licity oannot^he-stiys,'be •given;.' Mr. Wise asserted that th'J ^condi tions of tho working ^classi io-day in New South -Wales are bet tor thttu they havo over boon hero or in any other paitof the world. In his opinion thoxo ia very strong, ground for argu ing; that tho .'minors' union Js-i legally; liablo to a penalty, since the policy of • tho act is; to HnbslitutH-.'a corpoiato body: for t'jo individuals.

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

MEMORIAL SERVICES. The King nnd Quosn,"Prince and Princoss of "Wales, and other members of the Jtoyal l>'amily atfcendad u memorial service.for tho; lata Queen at I'Vogmore. Twenty-one guns wore iired on tho Longwallc at: noon. The Kaxser also-attended service in the English CUurch at Berlin, when memorial tablets of hig <*i!iudmothor and mother worounvoilod.

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Events to Come. SHOWS. Gunning Show, February 25 and 26. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

Jitfeiits to Come.-' Shows. ' Gunning Show, Pu.bruujy 25: and 2G. . . I Tavalga A. P. and H. Association, Thnrs day-'and Friday, February 18 and 10. . Crook well Annual Show, March 10 aiul 1 -11. ;.Goulburn Annual Show, March 17, 18 and 19.

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GOULBURN NOTES. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

GOULBUR-N" NOTES; : * f.Jsrom our Correspondent.) Political.—Following, apparently, their delightfully " macadamised" Ad herence to nricient. inbr«d prejudices, ond on tho good'old.principle of-, always discrediting the other side of. the nrgument, without any thought of impartiality, ! notice that, tho "S.AI. Herald" find " Telegraph," and a host of writers ol':tlie'crusted o!d conserva tive type, so long matured in Sydney, (much vis tho Geo. Piles, John . Plnm niers, and A. G. ETuies, etc.),' seem, determined, that, so far ns tliey: can in'-; flnenee matters, Sir John See and his. party shall not be credited with miy of the kudos attached to Parliamentary Reform ; and are tacitly ■ ni'ging Mr. Canuthers and the Opposition to adopt sncli tactics as will bring about the abrogation or postponement of the proposed llordislnbiitioti of Seats Bill, So :that,the bogus reform crowd, wiirhaVe a make-believe rallying cry against tho See and Labour Parties at. the n>'.\t election. Bat' I....

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DAPHNE. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

DAPHNE. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) 'Clement ig .not so ungrateful, Humphrey deulared oamostly. ' Oh, bn£ this time I .have been com polled; to .side with Sir Matthew niiuinst liim—my poor boy ! 1 Has lie told yon, Air. . riolaov&r ?'—eager]}'. "Do .yon know whao the quarrel is between ■thenv?''' i ' Not. a word !'' Humph re}' assured .Iter;. ' But-.-J snppose'—hesitating a little- ' it is the old story • Lady Oldroyd nodded. T:iere were tears on hoi' chirk lushes. was droadfully upset when 'Sir iUatthert'toldVme that Clem was in trouble again,': she said. 'He pro .mined rao so faithfully the.las', time to keep.out of debt ; and- Sir Matthew" bus really been so generous, Air. Bol sovei'! HowV.nn oue blame him if ho refuses to do any more ■ ' No, Bolsover admitted, with _ an air of. sad impatience ' Clement mast' '■ieally pull up, Lndy Oldroyd; he will •v. ear oat -the pafc;ence- of his best friends. He is,too thoughtless.■.■.■•■Only tlie last time I saw. him I gave him an awlul...

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Poet's Corner. In the Sixties. [WRITTEN FOR THE Arggle Liberal.] [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

poet's Corner., j I1i; the Sixties.. [WSrrTEN fok TSS. Arpfile'XiberaL']/:: .Ate, old oian !: we*T« wandered since your ■- " and.t Itist-iutft, . • "Scenes B'njre changed, imdthinga, tliey say, hn-va grown, Bnfc.m bet a trifle, 'lorn, that neither will, forget •The .scones wi>'?e seen ; tho jjaod. old tunas we've known; They aeoin Lnt- horns of yesterday; thoao . day a wo dallied then— ■Those motnorios of th' wildwoods: andAthe plaiiH — greenly yet th i;y lingeF; ho^-Aho jmst recurs again, • §o freighted with, its _pleiwurea. -n.iul: its pains— • " • Th'dear old homestead/ now, thro'. tli«..vista. clear I see, Clear as in. the 'sixties - that-virion was a. ■' view, ■ ■...■ And tho. stockyard3, brands, and cattle all, . ' come liujk to me ■ As thu day we partud, Tammy, bj, the : winding Black Barcoo. : • . _Ah! we were merry younkora t.henn-ho,fc - ' lieaced and fearless eye—. ? .And we'd "break" and tame buckjumpera by the scoi-e, But age has cooled our courage, and th' ; scrubbe...

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AUSTRALIA'S NEW FLAGSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904

AUSTRALIA'S NEW FLAGSHIP. H.JT.S. Euryalus, which is to.replace the H Royal Arthur as iingsliip on the Australian Station, has sailed for Sydney.

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