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Hare and Rabbit Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Hare ami Enbliit J>rlvc. A 'very successful day's hare and. ra});. bit drive took place uver'-.Messrs -An derson.Bros. property at Wheeo last week. j.'Considering': thei;e 'were on I y six diivers and six shooters,ihe /tally" (G98) was a very good one. -Mr, M. T. Anderson captained the shooters and Mr. .T. Anderson tlie drivers, (following aro the individual totals :— H.. Anderson 116, AJ. T. Anderson 11U,1 M.'Andersoii IDS), V. Wobftor 108 ■T. H. .Webb 80, A. Wobstei 7o;. total 698.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

-fiHUROH', SERVICES. Cjbuech- of England. Following,.nre •; fre seimcoa ffor .vundny jiest:—• : ■ ;>CrcokweU, li n.m. (Hon. Lay Render) Woodhouselee, 11 u.iii. • ' ■ v Pejnv, 2.;10 p.m. Ci'ookwi'U, VVednosday,, 7.30 p.m. Iiov. Bun Doro Bryinit Keetor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

THU KAPIDLY-IXCREASING DE MAND l'OR OUR . federal & Challenge Famous Suits To Measure* • With Extra Trousers given away - for X mas Box, at 45s and 55s., {"YCJ.R introduction Vof this branch ^ has secured a world-wide reputation for the .'production- of a superior Glass of Garments:to measure, and wo excol'ia., style, materials, and workmanship. Wo anticipate a heavy demand for- tho Xmas trade.. Place your orders now. - MEN'S BOOTS. Our 'aim is quality and porfecfc fitting.. Gent.'s Tan Bals., 6/11, 8/11, 9/11, 12/6 ; Gent.'s Tan Glacie, laco or button, 10/C Gent.'s Box Calf, IOjG Gent's Glacie Kid, 7/1-1, 9/G, 11/G, 13/6 = I'-.- Weialso stock full range in tho eelebrated ' American'makes; such as Keith's, Snow's, Lillybrackets, from 14/11 to 25/. A good line of Bluchers, in-aail or sprigs, at 2/11 Gillespie's and American's, at 7/6 Boy's School Boots, 8/11,' 4/1L, 5/11, 7/G. Latest Novelties in-Ties, Hats; Shirts, -< Ac., for Xmas. ^ CHARLES W A U G B, Clothier, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

■'Higgle Literal' Dliectoig. Solicitors— - : G. T.-Clifton, .Goullmrn-street,- Crookwell.K .T.obn ■ Comiellan, Goulburn-streat.-Crook-v well. . Banks— Bank of N.S.W., Goiilburn-street,: Crook woll. E.S. and A.C.: Bank, .. Goulbiirn-atreel^. Crookwell. . ■ . ; ^Chemist and Dentist— Mr. H. Blaokeulder, GouVbuni-sfci'eet, Crook well. Dentist— Mr. C. H. Golby-Gonlburn-street,. Crook well. ' - . Jewellers— =:■ ■ ,T. Nicholsonj .Goiilburn-ati'eot,' Crookwell. • | -JE. Heimings, Goulbum-afcveet, Grookwoll.; • " Printers.-» Smith & Co.,publishers::of : Atyy!e ' Liberal. . Office:. Goulburarstreet, '■ ^Crookwell,'- directly oppoBite ; the , Post Office, ■ Newsagent'— : E. V. Coleman, Goulburn-streeb, Crookwell. Storekeeper, Newsagent, &c. - "A. Kershaw, Goulburn-straet; Crookwell. Milliner—' MisB A. Harvey, • Goulburn street, Crook well. Dressmaker. Miss Newham, Goulfcurn-st., Crookwell. - MiBsBorrell, Old School of Arts, Govilburn 3treet. Sworn Valuator. A. J. I Glen nan, G ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

• OUR POLICY THE ARGYLE IiIBEBAL ia not owned; subaidinod, controlled, or run nt the dictation or. suffrance of . any clique or party, but. as- a free and., independent ■journal m-the :interests- of producers. Its coluitinB are open for,the free discus-' Bion;o£ all.publici inatters, -while'all are •infited to contribute, items^-of interest touching, pastoral,ogi-icultural,- mining, and social matters: This journal will be outspoken,^consistent,■ impartial] \ and representative,--and ■ on this... policy. we will■'*ely tor.its succcss; and advance-, ment.' TO hr^STNESS MEN-' , IF. you are in ousiness, you roust: adver-;. tiso. -^Competition is too keen now-a- • • days for. any business to jogf alons^/in the-' old-fashioned uijinner. : Buainesavineri'. must-proclaim to ftlie -public,- all about-., theirrwares, and-those-who-do-this most, persistently are^.invaiiably those .who' surcDcd. Put ari adyertiaument in tlio Anoyr.E, 'Hibbraj,, • and you are. aure of it .being!:' -read from on...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

POSTAL NOTtiS. The public are afforded the opportunity of transmitting .small sums of. money, through this Po3t within tho State, and to, Queimsland, Victoria, South Austral la, Tas mania, byiaoans of Postal No'tes.. •Postal Notes of the following value mav be obtained at any Money Order.Office m the State;-on payment-of the ponndage specified in connection herewith— Value. Poundage. Value. Poundage^ s.-: a. d •' ' s. (1. ■ d. 1 0 ' i 4 0. I 1 G .TJ" ' •!> .0 -_ 1{ 2 0 1 7 0' . 2 2 l> 1 - ' -10 0 :i a 0 - -1 ' 10 (5 3 3 G 1 15 0 a •A 0 1 20 0 a P. : i-viv remit odd pence up; to by amxait-' ''"obliterated postage stamps to the or Uir. Postal Notes,- and the valug.'<ii<the stamps aflixed; tharetonvill-be paid "on presentation. : ' ■ ; ' - ' j _ A Postal: Note may be crossed, and1 the Postmaster siiull refuso to pay it except to a banker. Additional poundage, equal to the . orig inal poundage, willbachargedou all Postal Notes.over, six months old, and the sa...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Postal and ltailway Information. ■ Mails Close at Chookwell— For Goulburn;-via Laggan aud.Woodlvouse - ■ lee, at 4 p.m. "on Monday,-Wednesday, and Friday; and .by-direct;route at 4.lo on Tuesdays jlhuraday,''and'iSatr mday. * For Binda, Tucuday,.Thursday; -and Sat urday, at 10.45.. For Pejar and Kialla,- Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 11.45 a.m.. ■For Glengarry,,Saturday,jat .10.30. a.nj; : - .♦ ■ For Wheeof^'CuesSay 'and' "Saturday, 1;45 • p.m. , ' - . " MAIIiSfABBlVB AT CjlOOKWKEI.-—: From Goulbum, via Laggan and Wood-. houselee, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat -■ urday, ac 9.45 a.m.; and by : direct route on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 0 a.m. From Binda, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 3 p.m. From Pejnr and Kialln,,"Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 11 a.m. • ;■ ■■ .. •From Glengarry, Friday, at 3.30. . From Wheeo, Tuesday and:Saturday, 1 p.m. ■

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Several Ladies Poisoned. LONDON, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Several' Latlies: Poisoned. London, Jan.. 28. A sad affair is reported'from Darmo tacit. A number of. ladies who were attending a cooking,olaea' at the Alice InstitAite^weve poisoned; tbrongh eat ing tinned beans that had bocomo de composed. Four of the victims have sinco died, and several are in u critical condition.

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Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Tenuis Tournament. Plavrdsin connection with the above nv.o'l'eniiiidecl that the .finals.,-&p., will be played off at the Crook-well courts on Friday nest-. Somo interesting games are anticipated, i'lio trophies r will, be handed .to the . wmuern on..the ground al the conclusion o£-:fche.mutch-.~

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London Wool Sales. LONDON, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

London Wool S»les.. London, Jan. -28. At tlio wool sales to-day' competitiou was brisk, and prices'were . firm. JL^or scoured merinos slightly, bettur prices were .-secured. At vyesterday's ' sates merino's'were exceedingly firra, and' crossbred.? wero keenly 'cotopeted for, 'except coarso and faultiest Americans -bperat'ed freely. The following prices were realised for-tho clips meufciouud : —Gobniimbil, lOd ; -' Deltioit, 12jd ; Momba, 7{d ; WiugadeeV 21^d j.Amby Powns. 'Matgator,8§d ; ■■ W.D. New Zealand, 9fd..-,

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Crown Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Crown Land Sale. A sai.e of'Grown lands wns hold at Gonlburn last .week by the local Crown Land Agent- Three lots; within the suburban boundaries of Collector were disposed of,-also one country lot, abunt'30 miles northerly of Gonlburn and 10 miles liorth-easterly of Crook well railway .station; fronting .the right bank of Clifford oi' Sfcony Bridge 'Ort.ok, south of and adjoining' H. Jones'- conditional- purchaser, portion .274', arid north of "' J. Common's por liou;18, \yifch an area of 51 acres, .was 'sold to Joseph Camming at -the apset "price, £1 (is por acre.

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Events to Come. SHOWS. Gunning Show, February 25 and 26. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Events to Come. Suows. • J Gunning . Show, Pebraa fy^25; and 26. o / 'Jaralga A. P. and H. Asppciation, Thurs . ■ . day arid: fc'riday, February 18 and 19. , Crookwell Annual i3how,> MarchlO and 11. ' Goulburn Annual Sliow, .' March 17, 1 and 10. "

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RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

RACES. IX' Golspie Picnic Kiicos, Saturday, 13 th Feb V ruary, v:>

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Here, There &Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Here, There &Em^vtiere (Cribbed, Gulled, and Contributed) . Sir Horane; Tozer,..Agent-General, for Queensland, delivered .a lecture before . the.. London- .Institution last week .upon " The. National Life and Piogross of Australia.'-'. *** .The Wai Office is inviting tenders for 1050 or 2100 tons of Australian pure oaten .hay, to bo delivered at :P»rt Elizabeth or Durban. -It is stip ulatudfchut tho supply must be aboard steamer.by the- middle of February. ■" ' . . *** ' ■ Tlu: Minister., for Mines lias been asked that the laud ; owned...by the Scottish Australian Gold Mining Company,, near Orange, bo thrown open for; raining operations. Mr. „Kidd said he would have careful in quiry rriade. to ; ascertain if it were possible to carry ou,t the request. ':>***. ' . . The Northern Extended miners at Teralba decide to remain firm in tbeii refusal to work under the award of I ho Arbitration.Court. *#* ' A Maxnn srun hns been awarded to South Australia as a memento of tlie capt...

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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Accidont. A painful accident happened fo Mrs. H. G. Bailoy,' of this tOw.ii,- yesterday morning. 7 , While winding water from t ho well at tho residences of- Mrs. J as. Warn^hor hatid slipped oft" ihe wind lass whon'the jacketwas about half ■way, 11 p.The'hondle robonnded with terrific force, and striking Mrs. Bailey on the,right arm, broke the bono just abvvo i he wrist. Dr. Pavvlott t ucc'uss fully. reduced tho fracture,' but it will l)e some .time buforo Mrs. Bailey will bo ablo to dd any work nyiiin. ,

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Road Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

ltoad Tenders. . The .following were among Uieloweufc tenders for roadwbrk in the Goulburn district, opened lusfc week Kippilaw to Gurrnndrih, E. G. Sinn, £10 10/10 (8) ;-.Taralga to Bnmmaroo Ford, A. Harris, £87. 13s. (12) ; . Taralgav to Ballio,. D. McGilvray,',£80fr(13 ten derers). -

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Stock Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Stoelc Sale. Messrs;0. H; Varuer & Co. report i h ivmg conducted a most; successful j stock sale at'Grftokwell oiv Friday l«st. Tliere.vfaa -on'"estiva largo . attendance i of' buyers" aiad'bidding was very | spirited throughout tho-sale. There !wo< o 900 cattle and 4000■' sheep yarded. The following" prices wore' obtained :— - Sheep : 6 and 8 tooth wetherA 12'/ to 14;>.;. aged ewos 7/- to 10/3"; ewes and lambs, ■ 10/-; to 13/-; Fnl -sheep (merinos) 15/7 cross-biede to 16/(1. -.Cattle r—2-year.old -heifers (dairy) £3 -10/ to^£'6 -18/6;' 3 year old to £5 5/ 3-yei r old steers to £5 If- poddies 27/ to-£2 tslore cows ; £3 to ;i;4n.0/->':fat. cows £5 15/- to £6 5/-,-'jtpriugora,•••.£5 10s to <£7 10s. . ' A few horses wore clcared from £3 to £10. . „ •

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All For Nothing. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

All For Nothing-. lt Maidam, may I kiss these beautiful children ?' inquired a candidate for a:-coming by election in the. Midlands the other day,-, who was on.a tour round, the constituency, as he leaned over the front gate. Certainly, sir, there is no possible objection.'' u They are lovely' darlings," said the would-be M.P., after he had finished the eleventh/ I have seldom seen more beauti ful .babies. . Axe they yours ma'atn ?' ; The lady blushed deeply. : "Of comse they 'are, the sweet little treasures! From whom else ma'am could they have inherited those limpid eyes, those rosy cheeks, ''those profuse curls, those comely figures, and those, musical voices. • : > The lady continued blush ing . * ...... . ' By the way, ma'm,'"said he, " may I bother you to tell your estimable husband r,hat Richard J. Shouter,. parliamentary can didate for this division, called upon him this evening?" ■ "Excuse me, sir," said the lady ;I have no husband!". " But these .children, madam ---you ...

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Whitaker Wright. LONDON, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

YVhitiiker Wright.. Loxnoxj Jan. 28. The suspicion rhat Whiralcer Wright poison'-d himself lias boen. confirmed. A poat-mortem examination' has . rev y baled t.lmb tlioprisouer died from the effects of cyanide, of potassium poison-: ing. YVhilo the judge" vyas ''parsing sentence the prisoner was observed to keep one hand ir. tho pocket, while 'subsequently, a phitil was found con 'taining. capsulscs of this poison. After protesting his innocence Wjiglifc Was seen ;to J)rnsh .. his lnoiitii with, his handkerchifef, it is believed that ; lie then swallowed'.' '..tliO; -capsnlsos.-* A .. loaded.'rovpLrar, f nil-cocked, was'found in one of -.his. hip-pockels. -The de ceased told a friend that he was re solved never toserve'aday'qimprison mont.if convicted: ■ ••

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A Sensational Story by G. R. Sims. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

A Sensational Story by G. R. ■ Sims. ■All sorts of things have been said as to the real reason for aud results from the recent v-isitof tho King to foreigu rnleis, but Georgo Ri Sims gives as a new thrill by a new reason which he mentions wifcli much mystery. 'Jf "the'trhe story of: recent 'Royal tours ar.cl return -visits were written,' he said, ' it would bo found that King Edward had, on the-fiold of diplomacy, won'a second Waterloo, :a-victory , all the creator for being bloodless. We '.bare-been very near-:'a.: big- European war,' he continnes.' r' Afcany moment & spark would have fired _ the maga; -seine. •--But. wo got , possession of tli6 ' details of■aysecretvint.r:siioswi,;ok'w,ub. being--carriodljii'bet ween two great Powers, and we moved the powder to a pLice of safety. SBritaiu's new union with the Latin , races and. her alliauco with Japan, have been bister blows to two Northern potentates "who'had together planned a protty little, sohome for smashing up the Br...

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