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CABLES. THE WAR CLOUD IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904
fJABXiES. Tire \VAP, CLOUD IN THE BAST. D«ap:i.teli03 from Korea and Port Arthur, receiver] in. Paris,: declare that Japan has landed hundreds of cases of artillery am munition at Chemulpo, in ICorua,-and that it is intended rto send guns and general munitions of war to Seoul, the capital. The Russians accuse tho Japanese of in citing the discontented • Tonghaks; who aro „ already »causing>k. ttonblo• to rise, so that tliey may malfo' the necea-.' sity lor their suppression a.protext "for m terferinif with Korean affairs, and assum ing control thereof. It i3v reported: a(; Pekin that owing to i friction between military officers at Port i Arfclmv, * ArLmu'aL- A,lexei6ff andvrG;uneral Kuiopatkm will visit'tfiat^pflrfr.1 It is believed that no actual of me diation was made to Japan by il/iy of the Powers, but it is officially.;. stateCDthat tlio JVIilcudo informed Great Britain, America; and G ermany that such a suggestion would not meet with Japan's approval. The'■ Temps," Paris, ...
Rand Labour Problem. LODON, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904
Rand Labour Problem. :: ; L:o>on, Jan. 22. Loud Milner assured adeputa tion o:l! farmers a t Krugersdorp that he would require strong evidence that the importation of labour was opposed to the real wishes of the people be fore he would withold his con sent to ,the importation of Chinese to work in the- Rand, mines. Lord Milner staled that there venue of- the Trans vaal was rapidly falling, ber cause• the principal' industry was • only . working at -half strength. The quick develop ment of the mines would en able the utilisation oO revenue ■to develop agriculture; He believed that the". majority ol. the people were content to. see foreign •■ labour introduced, though some would prefer to see the country's progress stopped.
CARDINAL MORAN ON EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904
CARDINAL MOHAN ONEDUCAT.TON". •When presMifcing'the.prizes won" at the Diocesan Primary Schools. examinations, Cardinal Moran in a short address paid a high tribute to the- devotion which the scholars had shown in their . studies, and said that the results of the' examination worn proof that their rojipious schools jvore carrying on a grand'and glorious 'work, not alone in the interest of the church, but also that of the .State. 'I'llore were throe faotora mecossui'y to success an^ incli; . vidndls as in a country. • -Tliey werbintel-■ loetual, moral, and .religious progress Without them it was impossible to attain a high civilisation. Intellectua'. progress in itself would not lead, to aj-high standard. There must be moral and religious progress, which affected the iiiore noble faculty of ■mail. .
LATEST NEWS. TELEGRAMS. THE RYDE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904
LATEST .-N ' Ry.DE ELECTION. The election of a member,to the State As sembly for.\ tlio above constituency too Jc place on tj'iturday, • with the-following- re- ■ suit:— Terry 1 ISO .Henley ... . ... ... 1082 Informal ... . \ 1 "J . Majority for Tei-vy..;... 54 Tlio opinion was freely : expressed in the electorate that there had -buen. treachery ■■■ in'tlioranks-of tlioj Liberal and- Jleform'Asr sociation,. arising -out of, dissatisfaction in. connection with the ballot for tho selection of the Association's candidate.
TRAIN COLLIDES WITH HEARSE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904
TRAIN COLLIDES WITH HEARSE. • Aii."undertaker named Varnoj Hartley, a resilient of Chalder-street, Newtown, was conveyed by the Uivil Ambulence to tli9 —■ Prince Alfred Hospital yesterday afternoon and admitted for.treatment,.suffering from'.-, injuries to tho head. Hartley was driving d hearse across a railway line, oji his.rejburn from a funeral;.when a trsjin dashed.:intp it, aud.smasbed it to pieces, the driver bor ing thrown with considerable force. The' horses were not injured. *
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904
Obituary. &nbsp; WE regret having to record the death of Mrd. Caroline Webster, of Bigga, a very old and respected resident, which sad event took place at Crook- well, at 2 p m ou Saturday last. De- ceased had been ailing for about three months, and was under the care of &nbsp; Dr. Pawlett; but despite his unremit- ting attention she passed away, at the hour above meutioned, from a compli- &nbsp; cation of diseases, at the age of 63 years. Deceased was born at Rich- &nbsp; lands, Taralga, a had afterwards resided at Redground, Laggan, for ovet 30 years. Mrs. Webster was of an amiable disposition and endeared her- self to all with whom she came in contact. Deceased was married twice. &nbsp; She leaves two daughters and six sons to mourn their loss ; the daughters are Mrs. Reuben Picker and Mrs. John &nbsp; Hailstone, of Bigga, the sons are Messrs. George (married), Robert, John (married), Henry, James and Charles Hood, all of Bigga. Dec...
SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 26 January 1904
SOUTH AFRICA. The Government has agreed to postpone the issue of the first ten millions of the Transvaal war contribution loan, guaran- &nbsp; teed by the principal South African mine owners. &nbsp; &nbsp; In the Cape Colony elections, Messrs. Garlick, Anderson, Thorne, Jagger, and Cartwright, Progressives, have been elected. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
HOMJSIiCSH FAT STOCK SALES (FlfO.U OUirKKPiiliSkNTATIVB.) Homkhush, Monday. About 6,811 . sheep and lambs penned, from 77 consignors. Attend auco good. Tho, market opened to; frey com petition" at the values: m'ing,. on last sale ciay,.'.'easing, -however,:, us the sale3 :proaressedi especially on the : ho ivioi descriptions. - Quotaiious :—' SHEEP. SllOHN. ■ ' ■ ■ ■Merino Wethers, 17/- to 18/G Merino Ewes, 14/(5 to 15/G Crossbred Wethers, iSs to 10/— „ Ewes, 14/6 to 16/. . , WOOLLY. ' - Merino Withers, to 10/10. LAMBS. Competition moderate at a -decline, in values. Pi ices : ' Prime' suckers 15s to. ,15s 6d Good suckers, 13s 6d to 14s Medium,, trom lis CATTLE. 937 yarded ; attendance usual; price showing ail advance of .5s to 10s on last Monday's values. Yard ings comprised all qualities, the bulk being good,'useful bullocks. Quota tions . Primo bullocks, ;£[) to .-fill. Extra prime and. heavy,to £12 10/. Good bullocks, -68 10s to £0 Prime';Go\vsi ^7.10s t6 £8 10s. Light Cows and h...
GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
GARDEN & FIELD CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. "Written Specially for Ahqyle Liberal Owing1 to :the late rains.the soil is mow i in good form for cropping, and it .will; doubly repay farmers' to sow at once large areas rif winter fodder plants^ These fodder roots prove more viiiunble thnn liay for whiter feeding, especially ior dairy purposes. Mangels, swedbs, g Ac., and Hungarian millet should bo largoly sown,, the lattor makes good ensilage if it is mixed with ■corn or sorghum. If you sow in rows it 'will admit of thinning and cultivation be tweon the cropi. All land should bo well and properly mulched, so as to ensure good crops. Tho woatlior iB likely to be stormy during tho month with spells of severe heat. Kitohen Garden.—Tho molon and pump kin vines will require pinching bacd, also attend to the tomato plants. Sow all kinds of beans, also cauliflowers, cabbage, Bwedes, carrots, lettuce and "radish;' If you mnlch freely. you will be repaid for your trouble. . ■ ■ ■ . Flowav Qik'...
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
COMMERCIAL. CEOOKWELli PRICES CURRENT. (That is between (he -producer and first . •' purchaser.J Wheat, 2/9 per busho: Outs, la 9d to buahul Maize, to 3s 9d bushel. Flour, JE9 ton Brim, 8d. to 'Jd per bushel . Pollard, lOd to la per bushel Oil Cake, Ss per owt Chali (oateuj £2 to £'& 10« per ton PocatuBa—Circular Heads (oatiug) to Ji3. Oriiona, 63 per cw.d. (jiow ) Eggs, 10d pe|- dozen Butter (factory,), Bid, dairy (id - JBacon. 9d; hama, 94d Beeawax, lOd lb Horaehair, lOd to la La cl Gd lb bheopaliina, odto-6sdlb Hides. 3d to 4d lb Poultry—Fowls, 3/ to 3/G pair; ducks, . 3/ to 3/3 -pair ;. ; geose, ,5/- to 6/ ; 1'urkeys—hens, 53 to..7s, gobblers' 83 to 13s pair
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
GOULBTJRN 1'itICES CURRENT. Wheat, 2s. Sdper bushel Floui', £V2. Us to£12 10s Bran, Od to 7d busliol Maize, 3/6busliel •Barley (for feeding purposes), 3/9 to 4/ Oats—feed 2/9 to 3/,' seed 2/9 to 3/ Hay, XI 15/ to JB2 toa ; Straw, £2 6/ to £3 lOs ton - Chaff, £3 to £3 .10/ ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, 6s per cwt. - Battel'—factory Sd, dairy 7d - Lard, 8Jd to 9Jd lb Eggs, lOd dozen Potatoes, £2 to £2 10s ton: Brownells (seed) £4 Os Cattle—Bullocks J3&lt;i 5s to £11 os: cows £3 5s to £5, heifers £4 to £4 19s: springers £5 Os to £7 15s, steers £3. to £5 10s Sheep—Wethers 10s to 15s; ewes 12/0 _ , - ■ to I5s . / Pigs—Pat to ; porters 29s to 40s; stores 12s to 22s; slips 10s to 12s, suckers 7/6 to 9s Gd ' Beef (retail) 4 !.d,to 6d lb , Mutton,, 3.1(1 to 5d. . * Hides, 3d to 'Id per lb Tallow, ,£18 to £22 per ton Wattle bark, to £4, hickory to '30s ton Poultry—Fowls 4s to Gs pair j turkeys gobblers 17s (idto 30s, hens 8/6 to 9s; due lis 4/6 to 5/10 ; geese, 73 to 10/G Sheepskins...
Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Sydney Wool Sales. Good competition marked this week's sales, the biddings being b> ifik aad general. Withdraw >Is were, however, freely made, many of the lots having •been previously offered, whilst others were weighted with impossible re serves. Values : generally , were fine-haired mui-iiios and all grades of crossbred maintaining their, previous tiigh level. Sconreds sold well*; at. higher rates, and for all classes buyers'bid to their outside limits, be ing desirous of completing their orders, white stocks are available. Fine quality was again in. specially good domaud, 'rough and hurry lots,- the remnants of the season, being-only saleable ar .irregular Kites. Prices for gieasy ineiin.o-brought from 9fd to ll^d, first pieces Io 8£d, second pieces to 7-sd. bellies ofd to 7fd, and scoured front l(3id to 20fd. '
An Old Identity. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
An Old Identity. " There has justdied at While Waltham,. England, nearMaid enbead, at the age of 90, Mrs. Mary Lee, wno had- kept -the Bee • Hive public-house at White Waltham for upwards of 52 years. She was a very remarkable old lady. . Many a time, had she walked" into the taproom on Sunday with.her Bible and read and-, expounded the Scriptures to her customers who much appreciated hev min istrations. Over the fireplace in the tap room is the notice : —No swearing or foul language permitted in this room, or an - decent songs allowed to be sung. Anyone infringing the rbove will be expelled.
THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
-7 London, Jan. 20. Tris Russian first roserves have been .ordered to be in reiidiucss for servjoo.. A' Japanese) 'ordinance! lias been is-:1 sued empowering the Government to control all private]railways for milit ary purposes.' ■ : ■ . The Japanese military couiici] sat on Monday at the .'Imperial Palace.:. Japan insists that the assurances that fvsussia offers to ^ive should be .embodiod;'iu.a treaty... German dipluui'at'sts asSsrtS tliat while the-Russian li-ply. embodies, im portant \concessiond it does not con cede Japan's irreducible minimum. An . impression' prevails . that tlic cbeif difficulty results from japan's insistence upon the integritry of China, including Manchuria.' Russia claims' the right to deal, only with .regard to Manchuria. Two thousand Chiuese enlisted by •Russia deserted when ordored to pro ceed to Port Arthur. ' Provisions at Porr,Arthur are not sold without official pet mission. Fifty.,thousand tons of; coal have been stacked at Port Arthur recently; T...
A Drama in Life. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
A Drama in Life. Among the women students- in St. Petersburg Uuiyers icy none was more beautiful unci "gifted than . Miss . Sonia X. (the St. Petersburg . correspondent of the '• Dai I}- Mirror " wrote last month). Her exquisite personality attracted the at tention of a young man, who proposed to her and. was ac cepted. The happy couple be ing without, immediate pros pects and barely .oilage, decided to keep their engagement a secret; One other conspiritor, however, they admitted. This; was Miss Katerina Y, a bosom friend of the young girl. Kat.erina was as beautiful as her friend, and presently the young man transferred his affections to her. She respon ded and the two fell madly- in love with one' another, forget, ful of poor iioni.a X; the girls then discussed the^position, and arrived af. the conclusion that there was but one way to put an end to a position so intoler able. This was by an ' Ameri can duel.' j An ' American duel '■ is fought under ' the following conditionsThe tw...