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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Auction Sales. TlioSE interested are, reminded that M- ssrs. 0. H. Earner and Go. will conduct . thoir special stock sale at Qrookwell to-day (Friday), ' Various' additions have been ad'led to the list previously advertised/. On Saturday the same firm \yill;ofEer, at McGruiuess' Hotel, I'Jrookwell, two'.'.allotments- of land, adjoiuing the property known astiie Old (Jrookwell tnn. ITull par tisulars are advertised iu our business columns. Mr. EL L. AlEord's second spocial stock sale takes' p!;toe at his yarc's, Urookwell, on February 12,
British Mission to Thibet. LONDON, Jan. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
'British Mission to Thibet* - London, Jan. 25... A Thibetan General and a number, of laruus-mel; Colonel YoungImsbaud, the punoipalot the British mission to Thibc, now entreuchecl at I'liiia, unci proposed to him impossible conditions, i The Thibetans threatened that if the British advance wast continued Colonel Youutfhiwbaucl would ,rucet;/ with; op-= po8Uioni.;,'J}ho:Thiboi;aii,Gonei:iil;offered favourable t,erm8r:if;:tho "British; would rut to. , When the vGoperal was told that to retire was-impossible lie said that trouble; would -ensue. Colonel YonnghusbaDd replied that the British desired a peaceful settlement, but were ready to rnoet opposition.
THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
TEE WAE CLOUD, London, -Jan. 25. There are rumours that the Japanese have occupied Masampho, on the southern coast of Korea. Though, the rumouied occupatiou of this port is not confirmed, the St. Petersburg correspondent- of the " Now York Herald" states that it- is officially posted at St. Petersburg that Japan lias landed troops and. guns st Chem ulpo, the Port oi Seoul. M. Kurino, the Japanese Minister at Si. Petersburg, suggests that R.ussia and Japan are both entitled to land hoops ii» Korea to preserve peace in that empire. ' , The Tokio correspondent of the "Daily Mail" states " that JuponGse reports allege that at his- New Year's reception the Ozai leminded M. Kurino,' the Japanese Minister .at Sb, Petersburg, that ilussia vvns.a strong Power. - 1 Tho /.Cokio-'-'correspondent'.- of the iViTinies'V.reporlB that •,the rumours of, tlui paoificjntontions of Hussia are.not credited, nnd that-Japan . is.absolutely determined to fight for ff thoroughly satisfactorily settlement. . ...
Highland Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Highland Gathering. | The annual gathering of .tho Goulbtivn Highland Society find Burns Cliib. took place on . the showground .on l'uoriday.'oTho i.ttendauce- Ibis year was.not so good as last,-' tiro; takings at the gate being about £20 loss than in 1903. Tboi6 were present a large numbeir. of -country 'visitors. The ■cycling-events ^ wevo poorly contested. G; (J. iStniih wou both the half-mile Aukeisary-Handicap aud the Burns' Wheel Rnce,Mvhile the Scratch Race t^U ro GyJ.'Farley. -The other events —dancing, piping^' athletics, &C; —. wore.tnoro.keenly,.contested, ;aud the: long .programme ' was . carried to ft successful conclusion, witlioub a hitch 'or accident of any. kind oucurring. The concert at night was well patro nised -by' u. large aud appreciative itudieiifce. ■' ' '
A. P. and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
A meeting of tho uommiitee of the; "above was h'-Id nt tho School of Arts 'on: Eriday, Mi\ J.T. Nanghton (pre sident) presiding.. The ground potn miti.ee• reported tlint the • f-djowing works were ijoiug carried out. under the supervision of Mr. VV. Spiers . Underground cement tank of. about GOOOgals., pamting poultry • house and publican's booth, and improvements to ladies' lavatory. Tho tender of Mr. Jos. Flood for the excavation, and that', of Mr. Jos. Pinn's for the paint-: ing were excepted ; tlie balance of.the. work is- lo be done: by day labour.. A steel and iron bmld'iig (18ft. s 25ft;) is to be erected in" time - for tho next, annual show in whiclr to diepluy the farm . and vegetable exhibits. The special prize list was revised and ad justed to tho desire of> donors. ' The secretary (Mr. '0. T. Clifton) reported that the Government eubsidyof £118 had been paid in to the credit of the society.
Sad Fatal Burning Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
8;ul Fatal Burning Accident. -Ox'Twwdiijf -tnoruing last about tieven o'clock, in (J-rabbon Gallon, a.sad and tfi'i'il)!;: burning —fatality occurred, wlic thy Alice Theresa Withers, aged six jcars and t»vo months, and second youngest dauchtei^of Mr. A. Witlieia, lost her life. On tlio morning in quesiion tho second eldest sister of the deceased, agod 10 years, with her throe younger sisters, Stella (8 years), Alice (6) and. tho youngest (3), were the vole oucnpants of the house, ths father having gone otifc 'to milk, and the mother and eldest, sister\veie away at this cliiidrttnVgraudmolher's—Mrs. Stapleton's. : After lighting the'five in the kitchen, the elder girl, , Ada, pro ceed! d with her. household duties in the front -part of the house, leaving the three-children in the kitclften. Stella appears to have gone over 'he voail to Mrs.'Bartley's. Shortly ntt"r ivarcli the elder girl heard screamn proceeding .from the kitchen, and rushing'out, was bonified on discover. I ing lior...
Return of Bishop Gallagher. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Return of Bishop Gallagher. The muoh-awaito'l ceremony • of- pre senting flis: Lordship - Dr. Gallagher with mi address a neb other presenta tions, took place on ■ Sunday in SS. •Peter and' Paul's Cathedral, Gonlburn: High Maaa ,was celebrated, the _cele brjnfc being the Ruv. Father G'Douog liue; the .Reva. Father O'Riordan being the Deacon, Father Benedict the snb- • •Jueacon, and: FatheV O'Sullivan tho ■'Wft8toi*of..Oei,omouieH.:r".:",j'.y.-.-'-"--:: ■ .'•At the conclusion of the. Mass, tho 'Bishop gave a lengthy ^description of his'visit'to Pope Pms X:, .aftev which tho Rev. Father Slattery.and Mensr?. Thomas and Grovenor .advancod to the. Bishop's.Tliroue,. where the former read au^address. > ;M«vGrovenor, then presented tho address, also arbnnkor's cheque for. £532._:■;.■ Tie0 testimonial was representative of the: whole dio cese.
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
OMfaiiryW A sad. death tonk placeat; h»r parent's ie-tdmco, Jfqitli Ciook\\ell,^ r)f£„ :ye8kerdayi'vmoriong-7»i^tH35pe)!8on«ofc Rachnel iPrimces l-'utfc, at the early ngu of-2i year.-:. • Deceased -was the. fifth 'eldest-.'daughter ot Mr. and Mw. Uhnrles Bul-t, and ■ a native of this town. . Last Monday week, deceased, on arriving homo fom town at (i p.m., complained of . feeling; unwell,' and went to bed. The pains in. her body continuing to get worse, the! se.i vicps of Dr. Pawlott were called in at 2 a.m. .oii Tuesday morning. The patient appearpd to improve under the doc tors treatment np to Friday last. On that day, however, she caught a sligl-t chill and inflammation st-t in, from which she never tallied. Although f=elin.4 slightly Better and brighter on Wednesday^n 'he evening sho took another bad turn,. and passed peace fully away in 4the piesence- of mem bers of huv fami j at 4 a.m.yesierd >y, being conscious right up to' the *t!rae of her death. Only at intervals dur he...
Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Here,' There & Every where • (Cribbed, ctrl'tirdi and Contbibuted) Tlio premier lias aont Iho Reduction Bill to , the .Governor, : Mid expects that the assent will bo . appended to duy.. The Commissioners will be appointed immediately thereafter. , « # At. Weldin, near Grenfell,4000 bags of,wheat were taken' off- 700* acres ; but for wind arid rain tliere would have been anothei' 1000. , ' *#* ;:v;:V Wheat with black ears, from which spring feelers, has been found in a Grega paddock. The grain is fine and plump, and specimens have been sent to the Department of Agriculture for identification. \"' : The maize crops in the Nowra dis trict areexceptionally. heavy, some are expocted to yield ovev 10J bushels to !he here. - :***■ . ; A Cowra farmer counted 142 stalk's of barley growing from one seed, and being of a statistical na'ure summar ised the grains thereof to tho total of 7810., . " Instead of waving hie chubby fiats at Federation, John Haynes might put in some more usefu...
Binda Races. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
• "'Bi'iidaf liitcus.;, > 'Trie'above..took; place on fclie ground opposite the Roy;i 1 Hotel," liinda, on TaesdaT 'lnstv'v .'rhoi o was a' good ii t tendance 6f.spect.aUir?, about. 300 be ,iug pjOHWit-. ^.Thii spot'ls ..were, 'oiirr.ied 'on't under' Hie'flivchtipn of i.heA'-fpllo w - ing gentlemen, .viz., Messrs. Marks, Pagett and'tho ,H'on. Secretary, Mr. W Fleming. •• Every thirtg'passed off satisfactorily',':, and some good racing look ..place during 1 he day. The principal event, the Hiuda Handicap, &lt;wjw; won by A. Louis (!Jrook\v&lt;stt)'».pJ?. 13 ryiirds, "A.v .T, Bat rs (13yd; ) bet ug second. ' The.following is the result of 'the ra.ing" : — Flying Handicap ; 75 ya"da ; D. Evans, 4ydH, 1.; YVV Eldridge 2, W. EvanA Ti, lUvonly-t'wo started, iiid the event was run in heats. 'The final resnltinir as above. • • Binda Handicap, 125 'yards :—First^ heat—A. Louis, 13yds I ; H. Elvin, ,12yds 2. _Second:.heat—A. J. Bates 18yds 1 ; M. Fleming, 14yds. ' 2. Thi-d ...
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 29, 1904. Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. ct'Ci' Iorp.li/ aiuee'the world legun, foe of-fitrriiilstiiidl/ie friend of man-. FRIDAY, JANUA.KY 2'J, l'JOi. Tennis rouniament. The handicap tennis tournament, iii •.uugiuatecV by the Crook well Tenuis &lt; Club, took place on f lic local courts ou ' Tuesday...last, unci created much inter est among, the tennis '-players of the. 1/nvn auddisttict. " The whole affair was under tiie management of a sub . committee appointed by the local oliib, (ion sistiug 'of Messrs. J. Tozer, it. L. ICingsmill, 0 T. Olit'ton, and W. Oliver (hot), secretary), and it was due to t he untiring efforts of these gentlemen that snclv an en^oyaiilc and successful day's. amusement wpb pro .vuled.- Messrs; . Kindo;i - and White fwoiethe'refeiees apoointedj and. both ^goiitlemeii gave entire satisfaction: 'l'he play commenced shortly after 10 ja.m., and, although tho day was an • nnplensant one tor tennis, /bring hot . ftnd:dusty,:;thc gnmes -were kept goi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
DENTISTRY. MR CHARLS^Hf GOLBY, Dental Surgeon, ..GoulBuwi-slreet, Crook well, r/opposito ■ nts>'E. S and.A.B 1.11k.,. . " , rPainlsss Extractions.& Fillings* Wisits Tarnlgft first. Monday in each . nioath—rNext visit, 1st. . ' ALL -WORK GUARANTEED )MR. H. BLACMBDEH, (Clieiuist And Dentist, • . &lt;c.ll 0 O K W E L L, _ " "D EG S to notify the riaidonss of Crooks wall and district that he 1.H3 secnred the services of Mr. f. gain, . iBegis''Qred Dispensing Chemist & Dentist Late Chief Assistant : ; JNEWMA.IT,'King-street. /McGAliTHY. Hunter-street. CAtNS, Darlinghurst, Sydney. WIl'KOUS OXIDE OAS ADMINIS TERED.
Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Sydney Commercial. Messrs. Elms & Co; report•. • •.-.Milch cows £5 to s614 each; fnt cows £6 to £8 15s ; fat calves 2Is to OGs. Fat pigs 23s to 100s : store pigs 10/6 to 28/6 each. Small supply of pigs forwiircl—£>"20. Baconers ai,:d backfattcs sold Htoadilv at payable prices. . Porkers of all descriptions inct with brisk-demund at high prices. Butter, bacon, lionoy, lai'd and cheese sold dull at a slight-reduction; eggs sold freely'at la.t6;L rates ; poultry in heavy, supply ; turkeys and guinea fowls upheld late good values Fowls, ducks and lieese sold oxti cmely dull at a big reduction aud are likely to bp st ill lower. Quotations: Eggs, case 'lid-to' 12£'d, newVioi'd: l4id to 15|d; fowls, young roosters 2/6" to. 3/9, choice up to '1/6, very small , kinds from .1/4 upwards, old hens 3/3 to 3/6; ducks 2/9 to 3/6 ; turkey. hi ns .6/6 to 8.S, gobblers 10s to 16s; . geess 4s to 4/6 ;' guinea fowls 4/6 to 5/4 per pair; sacking pigs 7e to 12s each; honey l^d to 2|d; -choice ...
DAPHNE. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
i)APHNE , CHAPTER TV. (Continued.) . :Perhnps.only Humphrey and Lady' r'Olaroyd, iicr old friend, knew why eshe liad not married. Clement Pryce's ^handsome dark faco had many such ijnvoluatary conquests to aus vor for.; ?»ud pnor Griselda was not the only >girl who, after .waltzing with him, or -. walking with him 'across ;fche', fields to ,clmr.;h, or riding with liira through ;the leafy lniii*sf- had found herself •.haunted by t-hn music of-hia voice arid ptho half-unconscious toudernesa of his /-dark eyes. Eyen men' could not always resist the cliavm of Clement's manner, • and ^Humphrey Bolsover- who was about •ilia own ago iaud;had been at Eton and Oxford with him — felt, for his part, a /•real affection- for the winning hand-v some fellow—;an affection which, as -has fcef'n told, did not prevent' him from, lecturing Clement occasionally .about his extravagance, ot bullying .■him' into spasmodic; fits of .industry ' and steadiness, bat which was fully returned, and. which wit...