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Labour League Conterence. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

, ,5 liiikmr Loa^iw:C<isitttrc?icp. - I'.TitB animal-meet inq;-of the .'Political Labour League of jtfow South Wales I took*pjnne .111 Sydney -last* week.' -The cduforencu slurred (in Tuesday and is-..: still sitting. A largo find Topi'usontfttivo gathering of members wore presonfc each day, alid a consider able amount7 of business was trans aofeH, among-which; was the consider ratioa of the fighting, pktform tor- tlio ■next State Elocl-ions,--. fhd election "of the .Executive Committee,&e. Mr. H.' Iiatu.ind having retired from the office t>f President-, Mf. J'l. Riley was elected in Ins place, inidnVIr. 'tl. 'Grant was ie-ck'ctcd 'ye:igral seV-rehiry. ■'

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

PhEsflfrfiutAN C'itiJKfitr. Cl-ookwuII, 11 n". in. Million, !l p.m. Crookwell 7.3l> p. ' . .-Preiicher—Rev. C. Crano, B.A.

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

Mkthodist OlIURCH. Crook well, 3 p.m., U.ov. J. Walirur. (Julian,' II ii.'liu', Hbv; J, Walker. C'rookvel), 7<a0 p.m.--JRoy.'y. Wiillu r

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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The Ar[?]le Eiberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began. The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1904. Crookwell Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

AMD DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not- Neutral. Truth^teer tore/if n'livc the world began. The fue- of tyrants and the friend of man. jFJSXDAT, FEBktTA.IlY 2,100 L Crook well Butter Factory. The annual meeting of shareholders of I he abovu took place. <ifc tins ofiirce ol the factnry, GoUa-Wallaj on Saturday afternoon last. There was n htrge at . l*itfiinncot nncl Mv. W. Uonsley, .T.P., ' '(fehnirtnan of-tbe-Uonrd of Diiectors), occupied tho chair. ■ .■ ■The minutes of Inst half-yearly moot ing were read and confirmed. - ■fho chairman thon c-.allod upon the sopri'tavy. (Mr.»S. K.-yYidlev) to yead 1 ■tltiV anmia'I report and balance-sheet, ... TnUiroK were ay follows :— r ■ Ttf tli-i Shareholders of tlia Crookwell Butter Fiiotory'Company. Ladies and Gentlemen,—;Youv Directors have the pleasure of submitting; their thir teenth annual report ami balancfe-Bheets, showing the results of the company Vopiir ations Jurinsj .•the?'paab^holl^eiiiyv.eiiaifag. the-!Jlst December hist. ...

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

^ DENTISTRY. MR. CHARLES'H. GOLBY,' I>eu<al Surgeon, Qoiilliurn-strei'fc,' (Jrookwell, opposito K. >S anrl A. B ink. Rainless-Extractions & Fillings* Visits Tavalga first" Monday in eucli mouth—Next visit, 1st. LiUAHANTliMD. Cliemlst ;'»eu1 Benuisi, : C It 0 O K W K i i u, TJBOS tocjvotity 'tlie viaidenss of Oyoiik well and district fhnt ho 1 ns suimved the services of " MR. F- GAIN, Reijia^ei'cd Disjieiiaiiiff Chemist &. Dentist late Chief Assistant • XKWMA.Nr. King-Rtm't. \ . Mt'GA KTH-y, lliinter-struot. tJAINS, D.n-lihg'Jiui-st, Sydney. JttTKOTJS . .OXIDK' GAS A. DMINIS-, ' ' TKJiED. ■

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Heavy Potato Yield. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

( Heavy Potato Yield. The prize for half an acre: of potatoes in connection with the Kinma Agricultural Society lias been won as follows P. Quinn, 96 points, yield at the rate of 17 tons 11 cwt. 2qrs 21bs per acre, 1st, H. Colley 95 points, yield at the rate of IGtoiis 15cwts. 3qrs. 161bs per acre, 2nd John James, 92 points, fit rhe rate of 15: tons, locwfc per'- acre; 3rd. The liigest yeild last year ; was 9 tons per acre.

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Broken Hill's Gaoler. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Broken Hill's Gaoler; Sydney Neil fie , Montford Bromley, who suicidEd the other day, was the .Dandy ,of. the .N.S.W. prison service Stories of naighty. relations hung:around him ; he claimed direct decent from Simon de Montford, the• 13th century Greater, who married' a King's sister and eame very near be ing a ICing himself. "When Deputy-Governor of Goulburn Gaol Bromley wore cavalry gloves and carried a, cane—-lie had been in the army—-but a hint from headquarters made him discard ; them. He was hypochondriacal, and the dull! prison service is no place for sucli men.—Bulletin.

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Wonderful Wheat Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Wonderful "Wheat Crop. A private report/ received in Albury states thai a firmer in the Narrowrriine district has consisted the harvesting of a wonderful crop of wheat. Prom 3,000 acres he- took 182,000" bushels, or at the rate of 44 bushels ~ io the acre./

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THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

CLOUD. .London, Jan. 28. Tho Port Arthur correspondent of the " New York Herald" reports that Admiial Alexeieff)the Russian Yico roy-in-the'Par Bast, lias rcceivec. from Sti Poieisbarg' a long telegram, in which lie is cnjoinod to comply with thc-demands made by Japan... Ramarkablo activity. prevails just now at the Woolwich Arsenal. . Rassian military- opinion dues not believe .that Count Lamsdorff (Minis ter for IVreigii Affairs); who was 're ported to have regained trauscend aucy in the direction of the Far Eastern .policy, has seriously , nnde'r miued Admiral Alextieff, the Russian Viceroy in the. i'ar Enst, who was- re ported to be in favor of the rejection of tiie Japanese demands. The impression .is gaining , at St. Petersburg- that war is appreciably nearer. ■:■■■■■' ■,, ■ ■ : • ■ Tho Grand .Dukes Vladimir and Serge-Alexaiulrovitch (who command tho St.-Pbtersburg and Moscow mili tary divisions respectively, .and were reported last week fcu-be supporting Ah'©---pi»licy.-of Ad...

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

Sydney Comnierciiil. Messrs. I3m>is <fc Co. report Milch cows £6 to £14, steady sale, fa.ii'supply ; fat cows i£5 1 Odto £8 10s, light sapply, selling readilyfat calves 84-s to 90s. Pigs—About 500 yarded this week. Baconers and back-1 fatters sijld steadily, at:-late;.payable rates. -.Porkers all descriptions "wero in brisk demand at high prices. • Stores are in ready request at good values. .Pcime porker COlb worth 84-s, prime bacon or 1201b worth 51/6, backfatters to Otis, stores, lis fcoJJ8s.each.:-. -Ua.^v'es —120 penned. -All descriptions met with brisk competition at a'slight ad vance oil recent high" rates, ospooiaUy heavier sorts, which were very scarce. We consicer the market-for both pigs and calves will rule unaltered at next week's sales. January 28.

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DAPHNE, CHAPTER IV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

CHAPTER IV, fOontinuoa^r' ^■.Thafc is deligbitful dvenm,' she' • amdn little petulantly. . ' But the Teniity is—-the husbands and..wiv.'8 one sees every day who bare forgotten ' that such'a thiun kq sentiment exists, and who no more think: of,: finding their happiness in cao.h other's society ■ tlinn—thnn ' ' Thau they deserve, 'o 'fiijd; it.' IJamphrey put in, smiling, "if- they have married-'for any other reason in the world than-because they^'eould.iiot "bp happy er live their lives completely apart Oh, O.lemont and I have often. ■■ disjUBsed the question of matrimony over onr pipes, Lady Oliiroyd, and I cftii nasuie yon lie is altogether of my opinion.v' ' It is you who have-been putting it into his. head,' she declared with;:a .lhbgh that was half vexed, half. wist-, fill ; ' and it is all very well for yon $h\ Bolsoyer, with Shallowe and twenty thousand a year to look for "arjttd to.; but what is to become .of my poor Clement, if he goes on shutting his eyes to the golden oppo...

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

GAS EXPLOSION. An explosion of acetylene gass in a cafe in vthe fcouth ro& France killed - ten people.. Seventeen were seriously in** jjipecl.

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

. POISONED BEAKS. Three more ladies liavec die da from the effects of poisoning .by eating tinned beans aftv Darmstadt., Germany, . Nine;' others are said to be in a hope less condition.

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CABLES. THE WAR CLOUD. ON THE POINT OF BURSTING. THE FIRST SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

--..CABLES,* THE WAR CLOUD. ON THE. POINT OF BURSTING. THE FIRST- SHOT. " The Ghefipcorrespondent of? the' " "Daily Mailstates that a Japanese warship in the vicinity .of Cheinulpho fired three times across the bows of the Russian steamer Argun, bound from Vagasalu to Dalney. In re .sponse to the passengers, £ran tic appeals, the captain of the Argun decided- to stop, but there was no further challenge fi-om" the Japanese warship. : Count Lamsdorp has inti mated that the repjy .to Ja|)au's demands jwill be ' for^u'Heci, this week. Great' .bare,-* he 'states, is uecessai-yin the draft., ingofit, and the-views of Ad miralAiexeielF are also awaited before the draft of the -answer is'; finaliy- submitted to the .(Jzni;. ' -.i'v J^' The Times." correspondent In.Paris reports that-intervie ws with prominent .Russians,pubr •lishedin Paris, and utterances in other well informed direc tions, show that Japan's deci sive attitude renders it ex treip ely difficult to frame a re*: ply that will ...

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

TE03 Progressive Storekeepers \ Beg: to thank the Public sincerely for their valued Patronage during the ye#rjust terminated, and trust THE BRIGHT NEW • YEAR JUST ENTEB.ED UPON "WILL SEE ONE A.ND ALL Still More Prosperous. YOUR INTERESTS ARE OURS, AND EVERY HONEST "EFFORT WILL BE PUT FORTH BY US TO " . MERIT YOUR CONTINUED VALUED FAVOURS During 1904. new QE second-hand wheat or chaff bags fob sale. I ■IHIIIB IIMM—III I —— .[ESTABLISHED 1891.] PENBERTHY AND DONNELLY, Leading Coacfabuilders and Harness Manufacturers, Gt O xj I>BU " HAVE APPOINTED [R. - E. - R. - MAFIZS.S, ; Generak Smith and Hovseshoer, Gou'lbiirn-street, Crookwell • ' (opposite. Court' House)' SOLE AGENT for their Celebrated Sulkies and ...... -a..- . ... •.. ..... '' ^ A Large Variety of tlie Leading ;Lines of Sulkies and Harness | •• - will always be ON VIEW at Mr. Marks' Establishment, Where he will be pleased to Show same' to intending purchasers GOULBURN PRICES STRICTLY ADHERED TO. I - v" /X sx TO THE PUBLIC ...

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

3E3E 2! X-b Xj 3© *3? O IFt El S GOULBURN-STREET, CROOKWELL and Children's BOOTS (Gillespie's & Baxter's makes).. ALL AT v BEDROCK PRICES. -.A'jraoj. ■ Ladies'Tiiinmed Hats (all slwpes) from 6/11 up. Children's Drosses (all iliapes) from 1/llnp. Ladies' Blouses a speciality (all latest patterns) from' 1/9 to' 18/6. Gentlemen's Straw Hats.(nil,shapes) from 1/9 to 2/0. Large'nnd Choice Stock of TOBACCO (all brands) and Cigarettes. ALL NEW SHOCK THE " GOODS ,uNLY' REQUIRE INSPECTION. Note the -Address.—Next C.C. Heuville'-s Baiter's Shop, Goulburn-st., Crookwell. mmiti WATCHMAKING DEPOT. 1904 TRADE FRIGE LIST: s d Watches cleaned.:. . o G Clocks cleaned from ... ... l: G English Mainsprings ... ... 2 G Staffs ... ... "3 6 Cylinders . n . ... ... 3 0 Jewels; ... 2 0 Hairspring ' ... ... 2 6 Glasses"from :..i .... ... 0 3 Hands* from ... ... 0 G Pins from ... ... 0 3 Joints from.,. ...• .... ... 0 3 Catches from .. ... 0 3 -.fEWJBCiLT^E.Y MADE fO OEDEB (ANY ■ DESIGN)- AT- SYDNEY ...

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

AUCTIONEERS' ADVEKTIEMBNTS. Special Stock Sale. FRIDAY, 12th_ FEBRUARY, H.L.ALFORD - " Will hold his Second Special Stock Sale Al'- iHS YARDS,' CROOKWELL, ON ABOVE DATE. 1500 SHEEP "• ' - . 156 CATTLE. Those having Stock for sale will please • advise.early. : -..'Farther particulars in future issue. • 6»SIGGS&Co« i ; (Q. Sioas, Auctioneer), - • • Auctioneers, r stock,: •: station, >. and COMMISSION AGENTS," WOODHOUSBIf^Bl gALES CONDUCTED' at WOOD HOTJSELEE and iii any part of tlie District, ' • ■ ■■ - Dressmaking. MISS NEWHAM (Late of liose-stroet, Sydndy), • , "^[FISHES to notify the Ladies of *" ■ Crookvell and surrounding Dis trict, that she lius ; OPENED A DRESSMAKING fstab ' MSHMENT ■ In premises in Goulbiu-n-street; .Crookwcll, Two doors from Mr.- C. C. .Henville's ; Baker's. Shop, and trusts by. civility and strict attention t6 business to ' niorit a' fair; • share ofpawouage. ' 1 ; Hiwing had a leiigtby . experience 'in the' Itetropolis, patrons can relyontluiiror...

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

JJere, Th#re &Eyery wlicro (ClttBBGO, CtfIit.ED, AND CONTJilriUTED) The monthly mooting of tlio-Joeal •Progress Association , will be held on Eviday night next. : *#* Judge Murray has accepted a posi-: . lion as one of the Electoral Boundaries ^Gommiasiioiv. .The Uommissioi) started - swork yesterday, and it if} expected that a provisional • report, with maps' of tho readjusted boundavies, will be <Jpady with'in a fortnight. ^ . ' ' . - . v. The tailing off in the Federal rev-, .-.onuo: for the last six , months. totals £183,000. -A decrease • wasantici pated. ■ ***' - Tenders received for:; the manufac ture of railway locomotives locally -sire much• higher; than tho prices 1 •quoted -from England;' . Local prices _ range from £5*200 -to slightly over i £6000, whilst fahiglibh .firms tender at £4600. ' - ^ - Mr. E. C; iiandall,- -who lias just re turned from Soui.h Africa, states 'that the distress existing in most- of the cities is pitiful. • Trade depression, he...

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FOUND IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

FOUND IN THE BUSH'.. The body of a woman was found in the bush near Byde yesterday.- Alongside-the-body was a bottle Containing a. white fluid, and bearing the name off Loney, chemist, William-street. The woman had apparently ; been dead; about two; months.

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LATEST NEWS. TELEGRAMS. HARBOR COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

LATEST -NEWS. TELEGRAMS. HARBOR COLLISION. I A. collision occurred ilea?: tilie Darling-street, wharC, Bal main, by which t.lieI eichhardt, : a: passenger boatowned by the . Erununoyne, 1 eichhardt, and ..-West Baimaiii • Ferry Co., was.-^ considerably damaged.

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