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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
AUCTIONEERS' ADYERTIEMENTSS. 0. H. FURNER & CO. Ltd. Will soil" by auction, at - McGuiness's Hotel, (/rookwell, ON SATURDAY NEXT, 30th ItfSTANT, a't 2.-30 p.m., • v "WEATHERBOARD' COTTAGE & LAND; with a frontage of 178 feet to Bmda Iioad, and adjoining the property known na the Old Crookwell Inn. ■ Also, ' ALLOTMENT,' adjoining above, 6G feet ' frontage to Bimla Road, average depth , of,236 feet. ' Wo3dhouselee. Saturday, January 30tEi. G.SIGGS&€p. Will sell'by anction, • - AT SPEER/S YARDS,' TO.MO^ROW (SATURDAY), i".-. " At 11 o'clock, . : ^ •500 Mised Store Sheep: 30 Head Cattle, including.some Choice Springers. Also, 10 PIGS. Special Stock Sale. FRIDAY, 12th_FEBRUARY, H.L.ALFOHD Will hold his Second Special Stock Sale AT HIS YARDS, CROOK WELL, - ON ABOVE DATE. Those having Stock for sale will please advise early. • ■ - Full particulars-in future-issue.. Dressmaking-. MISS NEWHAM ■ ■ (Late of Hose-street, Sydney), W"IyHES to notjfyJ.lie Ladies ol :CrooUwell...
The United States. LONDON, Jan. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
The X'uited States. IjOXiioN, Jan. 26. ' •Tjie.-.coroner'sjury whicli it;-'5 quired into the disnstei'that oc curred at the Iroquois Theatre; Chicago, in connection with the giving ot a . lpatinee per formance : on December 30; committed for trial the Mayor, of ...Chicago, Mr. Davis,- the proprietor of the theatre, two ' Duildin^irispectors, the fireman of>the-. theatre, two stage han ds, and the chief officer of the Chicago 3?ire Department, the responsibility of the whole of whom will be investigated by ; the Grand Jury. An explosion took place in the Hiir w ic it Coll iery, Gheswick, United Stat.es, yesterday. One hundred and eighty miners are entombed, and all have been suffocated. Mr. Taylor an expert mining engineer, was sutlocat.'ed while trying to rescue the miners who had been entombed. . • The member of the rescue party who -werc - ac companying • Mr. Taylor fled > and saved themselves. •Upwards of three'hundred ■deaths weekly are taking place in New York from pheumo...
Chased by a Sow. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Chased by a Sow. - Molong, Wednesday;- Richard Hfmi il'on, employed on the Buna won g Estate was chased by a sow.yesterday. 1 He- tried |o clear afenoo, but fell over the rails, and HtiBtniued injury .to • the spine, mid paralysis.-. He lay for nearly four .hourn before being- dis covered. He was brought into the hospital last night, but his recovery i"b doubtful. v The " Pall Mall " Gazetto states that King 13dward will proceed to St. .Petersburg * arty iu July next,ihu ob-#. ject boing uhkno.wn."~ ; '
Goulburn Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Goulimrn Stock Sales. There was a fair atteiidauee at tlic stock sales on' Wednesday. Of fa'; sheep t)',erp was a 'moderate- yardirg,. 'ibut very • few stores were forward; sffab wethers. principally'plain sheep," liold at 14/0 to 16/-. Aged ewes with lathbs sold to 11/1 ; 4, G, au'd 8 tooth owes, 15/ to 12/0" ; one line of extra good store wethers, to 15/5. There •'was Ismail yarding o£ fat cattle, aud the market showed a distinct advance ment light bullocks made to ?29 ; cows aiid heifers, to £0 1^9. :Tlie .y irdiug of store cattle was small, and prict's wct'i.about the same as last week.with if anything",' a slight improvement. Springers were in brisk demand and sold to £7 10s ; three-year-old heifers brought to £4 12b 6d.
Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Church ot England. A special m'eotirrp; of Sr.. Suviour s 'Cathedral Council was held on Sun day evening after tlio evening t>ervice. The filling of the vacancy caused by the retirement of • the Rev. Can cm 'Martin' was the principal b'nsiness. It was unanimously decided to approve and eonVent. to tlie Bishop's appoint ment of the Veu. Ai clideacou Ban lot' as inonmbent sind vice-Deiin. Tlie consensus of .opinion was that no ivmii was more 'fitted by i-onsbf. of his abil ity and. personality* At the ssunit nieofiug;a petition ivas presented to the Bishop, signed by all the lay mcnibi.;rs of the Council,' asking his Lordship if lie saw tit to appoint tlie Rev. W. F. Wenfcwoi'th-Sheilds, M A., of Cooma, to the position vacated by Arcli-Dencoii Bartlett. The Bishoo said the appointment was in the liands of the .phapter ; 'but in ihe face of buch a petition lie would t'ake it upon himself to anticipate the Chapter's action by tentatively appointing Mr. .Shields to the 'position. - Mr...
British Politics. LONDON, Jan. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
British Politics; London, Jan. 2G. r ! Following the opening of Parliament on [February 2 members of the Opposition will / move three amendments . to the Address in Reply to the speech-from the Throne. Mr. John Morleywill support an amendment in favour of the continuance of freetrade. Mr. W.' S. Kohson will challenge the Governm°n t on the conduct ol the late war in South Africa, his challenge being lwsed^on the revelations- o? '"he \"r M Commission Mi. D. l\j \ "lj G eorge tvrH^rnoYe a n r amefrif- \_Jfc ment condemning the Govern- i ment on its education policy j
Whitaker Wright. LONDON, Jan. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Whitaker '.Wright. | _ London, Jnn. 26. „ Before- the' Court of King's •Bench to-day, ' Whitaker Wright, whose .trial has been proceeding for some-time on a charge of issuing false balance. sheets in connection. with the London- and Globe Finance; Corporation, was found guilty on all counts of theindk'tment. Imniedialely after being sen tenced Whitaker.. Wright ■ was conveyed to,;ah-: anteroom. He was consulting his solicitor,' when lie suddenly collapsed and - bcdame > insensible, lie . died in 50 min utes. Death "Was due to heart failure..
REDUCTION OF MEMBERS BILL [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
REDD OTION OJ? mMBERS BILL The State Governor .received''si cable this morning announcing thiit 'the-Re?., ductionof Members Bill had received tiVe Royal eonsont. The Cabinet immediately afterwards met and ap pointed Judge Murray, Mr. .Oiirry, I President of the Land Appeal' Gnuri, aiid' Mr. Coghlau, Government Statis | tician, to redistri bine the State elec torates. •" .. • | . The announcement of the names ! have been received- with great satisfac tion in Apolitical circleb.
THE WAR CLOUD, LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
THE WAR CLOUD, London;. Wednesday; The c.orisensus of opinion among the St. Petersburg correspondents is that •iiustiitt's attitude.to ward* Japan is in fluenced by^i-epoi'ts submitted to the Czar regarding the serious , unpre pai'edness of the,forces,-and tire effect of war upon .Russia's internal condi tions. . V:;! ' . . he Czar recognises that Russia ih now experiencing her most formidable crisis.; • ,T,ipan lias purchased £10,000 werth of niiidicines. -
Buggy Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
ISuggy Accident; I Whi^e driving into Ui'oolcwoll yosier day morningiaboint about 12 o'clbok, I'"Miss Mary-Jones, of. near. YVheeO, had the misfortune to meet with a uasty accident by being thrown, ont.-uf her h«ggy vvhun opposite the old Crook well inn. . Tlio horse she was driving shied at something on ihe side of the road .and bolted, Miss; Jones being t-bvowii heavily, to the ground,. reoeiv iu£ a seveie shaking, any injury to her shoulder and soveral nbrasions. Medi cal .assistance,: was procured, and the j .iujurieii atfcudwl to.
Burnt in a Sulky. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Burnt in u Sulky. Boukke, Wednesday—A: young womau nann/d jane Davis mot with H •shocking but buig accident in a sulky with her brother yesterday, 11 is snppoBudithat he dropped a lighted cigarette.-on her dress, which caused it to take fii'o. When she got out of the sulky tlie whole of. her body im mediately . became involopod. iii Uames. Assistance ^ was prouipc.y rendered, and she was re moved to; the hospitnl, >iud was found ^ to have received terrible injuries to the lower potion of the body,' To day she was slightly better.
Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 29 January 1904
Here, There ^Everywhere (ClUBUBD, CUIit,!5D, AND.CON'rittBtJTkp) • It is reported in boiiriio- that Mr. To wnsond. .Registrar -for. Patents in Queeuslarid, has.buen appointed. fc'ed orul Commissioner for Patents. . V Thunderstorms and continuous rain linvo donn great dnmage to the wheat aLtl fruit crops in Victoria;- . *** A record sugar tuason is anticipated in Queensland. -■ A tertiflic ■ thuuderstorm ;. struck portions of the .Upper Clarence ai.d GruCtou• : 011 'Tuesday. • Considerable damage was done. ; " ~ V . - Sir John P«irrei-t does nob consider that the Common weal tli should . bo called upon to pay for land. upon which buildings -tranfforrod to the Commonwealth aro situated. ' : . V -.. Two mou implicated iii the train robbery near Nylsli'uoni, when £10,000 in specie was stolon, Jiavo been sentenced to scveir years' im prisonment oncli. '
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904
HOMEBCSH EAT STOCK SALES (From our Representative.)' HoMEnusii, Monday, About 13j64.4 sheep and lambs ] peuned, from 77 consignors. Attend- i auce good. ■ The market . opened to freu competition at: the.values ruling, . oil-lastsale Jay, "oapiug, liowovor^ tis : kho'Sales-progressed', especially, on the heavier descriptions. - Quotations SHE-IP: ' • ' shorn. Merino Wetheis, 17/- &lt;ol9/G Merino Ewes, 14/6 to 15/G * Crossbred Wethers,. 18s to 20/ „ • "Ewes, li/G to 16/. . &lt; wooj.lv. Merino Wethersj' to. 19/10. . ' LAVIBSt. Competition, moderate at . a decline iu values. Prices : Prime suckers los to J 4a 6d Good suckers, 13s Gd to 14s ■ .-.Medium . tr(5m:lls ■ -CATTLE. 742 yarded ; attendance usual;. price "showing' an ^advance of 5s to -10s oil. last Monday's values.■; Yard— ings comprised all qualities, the' bulk being good, useful. bullocks. Quota-" tions :— . Prime bullocks, ,£9 to .-fill. I Extra prime and lieavy to £12 Good bullocks, -C8 10s to £9 1 Prime-Co...