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THE RIVERINA SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

THE MVERINA SEAT, ■; A petition was filed to-day with the Deputy-Registrar of the High Court by Quick,. Hyett and llvmer, of-Bendigo,. on behalf of Joha Moore Chan ter, oi Moama, against R. Or.. B lack wood being duly declared •elected for the' division of Rivevina. The petition is very, lengthy, and sets foj'th various points ugpn /which 'the peci. tioh relies.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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THE COMMISSIONER FOR PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

THE C0MMI«810'NEll FUR. 's. " PATENTS:. . Sir "William Lyrie" expresses himself in angry terms regard ing what lie considers the pre mature publicntion of •informa tion as to the appointment- of Mr. George \ ' Townseud, of Queensland, as Commonwealth Commissioner for Patents. ' The announcement; he says,, appeared betore the appoint- • menfc had.actually been made,, and he woul d;' like to ; know which of the Commonwealth, officers had been guilty of a breach of propriety in respect to revealing office secrets.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Suicide of a Farmers' Wite. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

Suicide of a Farmers' Wife. • Ar,RURV, ThursdayCaroline ^cliulz, ..wife of iYIr .Angust Scliulsi,. a, farmer of Hnon, ■ omniitted suicide.byrdrowaing 'herselfin.a-tank close1- to- the .house.. Schulz, who has been ailing,for some •time, had breakfast.asiusnal, but ap peared. depressed;' "Shortly after breakfast one of her daughters, -seeing the door of the well open, weufci' to close itvaiid-'was horrified to see her mother's body flouiing. on the .water. She informed'her father, and he. to gether with his nephew'* and. August Andriske. rescued^ tin) body, bat life was extinct/ A magisterial inquiry wasUield, and'ishowed tliufc ddc-a'sed ilmd betm suffering from: melancholia.' A.-Terdiut was r'elnrned that • she com mitted suicide^ whilst temporarily in sane. •

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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A Serious Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

. A" Serious Charge. Brisbane, JMday,—At the,Warwick Police Oour', yesterday, Joseph Fris by'-agiiin appeared 'charged'' with1 n n lawfully a tempting, to . kill '• Ethel Ctwnpbel! on ihe 22nd instant. Several witnesses wera eStivnined, including •Miss. OatripboH; w 16 'jipppared .with, her .hand bandaged. . ;ShV{dc;posec]--she .was st-rnck iiyo-tvmos.:; Slie^kiib'w the prisoner had liisd-firsefrW her for some time past. She could assign no reason for the assault. Acting Sergeant Knox deposed that the accused made astate meat to. him . 011 Wednesday to .the effect-that, lie entered Miss Campbell's•' room.by tbs1 window and .struck at limv head in tl/e;dark' with ;an axe handle; iHer ^sister•! tbon"J entered the" l'oom." The accused said ho left by the door, which lie had previously opened, and l e assaulted her.because' ho hiid heard in town something.Hiss 'Campbell had said about hi-m;-a»d I10 was determined to.'have revciige., The accused pleaded guilty to assaulting Miss Campbell...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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TARALGA NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

lUJkVLGA kews. fir.ovi our Qorres^ondenfi) Tite.concert held .at1 Pat-alga last. week .in;gid of the ■ Gmil'bnrn Hospital - was n groat. success in every way, over £30 being.lho result-, of the effort. ' Mr; R.'SuHivau, iT:)?. occupied the chair, ancl dunnpf tlip-inte: mission •sincerely tlmi-icod all those who hady'renderbd iissistancp, • especially ^visitors fi'orii Crook well and . drdalbu:'n. A social was hold after the couccrt, at which there was aghin li'ci<.'wded, house, and 'dancing was continnod till the early morning '.'Cricket;—A mutch was playod at .Richlandsi ou Saturday, ■.■23rd; instant, which lfMulted in mi uiiSy Victory for Tarawa, Ihe principal scoror being R. A,. Price . (80). A .match vpas nlso played in Taralga on ...Anniversary Day, between -'Goulburn and a com biticd -team', from Iticluands, Taralga and Uaunnby,'resulting ;in .-tin ensy.win for Goulburn. • -Tho '-best'■'scores'.'for" Gonlbuiuwcre made by O'Hadlon (03) and Hunt (01), the total being ...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Tragedy Near Charters Towers. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

:. TriigedyNe^rGli;irters; Towers. .Brisbane,' Priday.—AJber-t Clarke last evening approached Mrs. .' Oliver -and her, sister,' ..Alice "\Vi llianis,. aged 20, ; at Exley; 'Siding, near Charters ,To.Sve.rSi--v. Hcuwkeil-'the'girl/^to'• speak to hrmf^anti' she refused io clo iso, lie said."i will soon make- you," and shot her in tlie.i face and 1 hrough the lnngs. lie clien ran away about 150yds and killed, himself.by shooting himself: through rthe head. Miss Williams'condition is very critical^ and* very little hope is entertained of her recovery. Clarke .liad been paying, atten tions to Miss Willilirris. but she declined to' receive tliern. Both were respectable people, Clarke was 28 years oL' age. . The condition of Mass A-. Williams;-..the victim of the shooting episode -at Charters; To wers, >was on Th ursday n ight very critical. . Tho fruit fly pest|is playing, up with the lato peuch crop in the Windsor JiBtviot;'aud vabbita nnd haves avo de vouring evorytiling eatnblo on i...

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

Sydney Com mercial. Messrs. Elms & Co. report:— Sucking pigs scarce and -realising high pi'ices. : ..The.weatlifcr is too hot for cai case poi'k and veal. We would advise our cliHiita to send their.pigs and calves alive to catch oiir saU'B here qu^l'uesdays.and Wfednesd^ys re spectively. ■ Butter, ch.ees", bacon, honoy and'laYd sold cull at n slight reduction. -Eggs were in brisk- dp-1' mntid at aiv-advance. -vFowls,"; ducks and geese in heavy, supply, and sold extremely dull, although last week's low. i figures' were/ upheld. Turkej's and guinea fowls are scarce aud selling well. .Coming sales are likely to rule ..unaltered. Butter 4d to'8d, badtin 6cl to 8gd, lard.2^d td '4cl,' clu'.esu 3d to ;5|d, ,'<?ggn,.-ciifte 13d, newflaid -loAd, .choice" Huburbah brands- 17jd, duck Vggs 15d to 18fd per-doz, fowls, young roosteis 2/3 to 3/6, choice up to ''4/4, vevy small kinds 'from 1/3 upwards, :'fat hcus 3/3 to 3/8, choice up to 4s,' ducks 3s to 3/9, choice suburban uji...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 2 February 1904

THE.:^WAR,;CL(ptt,;:;' London. Jau. 29. A SPKCIAI, Council mooting has been held at St. Petersourg -to discover a pacific issue of the trouble in the Far •East. A report will bo made to the Czar to-day. A Russiaii miliiary party have crossed the Ya'u River into Korean territory. : ". The Russian: nuthoi'.itibs are pro-; jecting' a-, telegraph liiio . from the month of the Yalu"to Port. Arthur.-- ■ The concentration of - Cossacks on the Korean frontiers, which has ■bo«ri in progress for "some time still con tinues - ;''Reports tr.oia; two sources sta !»> that-: / Ru'iisii: has definitely rejnsed taguarau-^ tec Uhinn/s sovereignty'1 over Man churia. Jn conserftience of this news both Russia and-;Japanese stocks have fallen in'London: ' •' ^ Japanese business houses in London have beou instrncted not to negotiate .commercial''bills at present. . "Sfee latest news' , : '

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

• OOUr.ltURN I'RTCKS ; CURR1SNT. .•Wlioafc, 2s Gdper bushql : Jfloui', iJlii Os lo £12 10a new £8 10s. Bran, 7d to Sd bushel Maize, i!/:sbii3hel -.Barley (for feeding purposes), 2/1! to 3/ Oats—feed 2/S) to 3/, seed 2/9 to 3/ ■Kay, •£) 15/ to £1 toil ■ ■ Straw, £2 ol to Jiii. ton. ChaiV,'..£215,' do .£3 ton (inclusive of bags). OnionSj. Ga por cwt. . - Buttei'—factory 8d, dairy 7d Lard, 8Jtl to Slid lb • 3%ga, 0d dozen Pot'irtoes, £2 to £2 10s ton ; Brownells (soocl) dE J. 0s : Cattle—Bulloalw.iMr.-as to J39 5s; cows " £& 5s to JB5, 'heifers J&t' to £rl 15s; springers j65 Os to X7 15s, steers £3 •to £» 10s ■ Sheep—Wethers 103 to 17s ; owes 13/0 to 153 " Pigs—Fat to £3 ; porl-ers 20s to 40s; - stores 12a to 22s ; slips 10s to 12s, suckers 7/(> to 16s 6d Beef (retml) 4-'d to Gd lb Mutton ,,' 3Jd t6_5d. Hides, 3d to'Wiper lb • Tallow, £18 to £22 porton 1 . Wattle bark, to £'t, hickory to 30s ton Poultry—l?owls 'Is to (Is pair ; turkeys— - gobblers 17s (id to 30s,_ he...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

ROM 10BU.SH . b'AT STOCK SALES (FkOM OUR REPUESiSNTATrVK;) HoirBBUSir,. Moncla y. ; '.Ahout G453 sheep and lambs penned, from 77 consignors. • Attend ance good. : -The . market opened 4o fi'eij;;competition-.at llie valaes;■< ruling, on -laBfc salo^ .layeasingv- lio.\vovo"r,--fts the sales progressed,-especially 011 the heavier 'descriptions. Quotations &FTEEP. suonx. •; M«rino Welho<s, 17/— to 19/0 Morino Ewes, 1(3/6 to 17/ Crossbred Wot hers, 17s to 18/G . Ewes, 18/0 (o_ 16/. woom.y. " Merino Withers,., to 19/10. LA'UBS. Competition moderate at a docline in.values. Prices : ; ■' Prime suckers 14s to Jos GoocTsiickers, 13s to 13s Gd Medium „ lrom 12s ; ' ; CATTLE. •951 yarded ; attendance usual; price showing, an advance of 5s to 10s 011 last Monday's values, Yard ings comprised all. qualities*,-<tho-.bulk being good, 'useful- bullocks, v Quota tions :— . ' : ;.Prime bullocks, £§, to ;.GI0 10s. : Extra prime and: heavy toj£12 Good bu I locks...

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Robbery of Ten Thousand Pounds. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Robbery ol Ton Thousand Pounds. Mr. George Marshall, agent for the Bufcc of New Castle;, who had been in the habit of bring ing large sums of money, to London, left locked up in. a •bedroom in the Hotel Metro pole £10,000 in bank notes, in eluding four for £500 each. He was absent for. five minutes whilst he went to get shaved. On returning he found that the whole of the amount had been stolen; The police have not obtained any clue as to the robbers.

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

commercial;1;;"::.-'" CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is lehveat- the producer and first piircluixer.j ; Wheat, . 2/3> per Jjyiahel Oats, Is 9<1' to Imahiil r Maize,. to 2s fid busiiol. .Flour, £7 jKS ton : Brail, 7(1 to 8d Jior Imsliol ■ Pollard, 7d to -adpftr Imsliol , Oil' Cake, ba per owl; Chaff (otttenj jgl J 5s to Ji2 per ton . Potatoes—Circular ...Heads (eating) to £3. Onions, (is per cwt. (jhiwJ Eggs, lOd po'1 dozon --.Butter'(factory;, 8.Jd, dairy (id Bacon , S)d; hums,.Did Beeswax, lOd lb Horsehair, lOd to Is Lard, lid'lb. Sheepskins, 5d to fi'd lb Hides,'3d to/id lit Poultry—Fowls), 3j to !i/fi pair ;v dnclcs, 3/ to 3/3 pair ; ' geese, hj- to 0/ ; Turkeys-—hens, 5s to 7s; gobblers 8s to a3s pair . " ■ • :

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Striving for a Compromise. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

; Strl ving for; a Compromise. i MbdoruH) men on both rides of tlio House of Conimoi;<i ai'o -striving to se*. cuits a compromise on- tlio education quescidj),' so. us to (lilow specific religious iustruat'oii to ciiikl l tn loforo or nfteritho hours of secu "liir.mst,motion.

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To put Incurables To Death. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

To put Incurables To Deadi. A. NKw York ministor has sug gested tlie . passage of a law authorising physicians to put; incurables to death, when the consent of the patient: and re latives are obtained.

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Road Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Koad Tenders !■■ Following. nro; the lowest tenclors; for -road work opened af> the Goulbuni "courthouse on WednoadHyTarala'h to Buitjnmi'oo L'ord. J.-iHcgan, £00 tenders) ; Tavalgn to Biillio, 13. Mo Millau, £78 14/ (o).,:

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Wrestling. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

I ■ : " .. ... Wrestling. Tun Russian -wrestler, George Hackensehmidt, Has beaten the Turkish w res tier, Ahmecl Miuiral li, m a wrestlingmatch £or the Graeco-Boman. Cham-, pinnship of the World. "The contest, whicix was witnessed by 20,000 people,took place at I Olympia, Washington^ ITnited. Status, last:week, ai 1 d was for a stake of &2000. The contest lasted didi seconds, Madralli's elbow was 'dislocated.

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Bialla Homestead Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Biiilla Hoimistwid Seloetions. Numerous implications have been sent in from this district For the.Bialla Es tate. Thebnllot for tins various lots is to take place.011 Thursday, lioxt, and M l d a pp 1 icat 1 on fi, wiI I s(.i 11 bo received by tjie Crown Land Agont by regis tered letter up to mid inclusive ot Wednesday next, 10th.instant.

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Where it Rains Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Where it ltains Horses. Out in parts of Cali forma, (ac. cording to a French writer) horses o re as nu m erous. us mosquitoes, and when their numbers increase until they become troublesome the farm resort to an inhuman custom as a means of beboriiirig rid of ..'them.; Along the 'Californinn' coast are ranges,of high cliffs," and towards the-edges of these the herds of wild horses are driven.' The beasts are lashed furiously by the cattlemen, till 'out of sheer fright they plunge madly over the cliffs, falling pell-mell' in a ghastly heap 200ft below. To bo- before the cliffs when this is taking place is to be a witness oi: one" of the most, fearful sights in the world'. - The horses come down in:-n- perfect shower; - and along the .beach,' are piles of bleaching bones; .

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Removal Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Jtemoval Sale. M n.; E. SiiEitwiN, the.- cheap cash draper, announces in our. business ;columns'..';ih . tlijsvissue lie will conduct.aigreut removal wilo at his establishment, Gouibam-strect, Orook well, starting on-Saturday next., 6tli .iustaiit* The sale will -bo- continued till the eud-!of ihe .• month-Drapery, ,fclothing, hats, boots and shoes, &u.; •Will be-hold at.;ridiu«lously low prices to effect a- clearance.' Next xnuiith ;Mr. Slier win will remove his place of businossinto -his: own cent'ally-situ ated ;and commodious premises ir. jSoulburn-siivct, which aro; at present occu• ied by M r. fi, Blnckadder. Read the advertisement vtor full particulars.

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Flies and Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

. -Flies a nd Disease. - It lias long been supposed that flies carry bacteria and spread disease, .but. recent experiments at the.)ohnHopkinsUniversity United States, 'have- proved the fapt.: Flies were coiffiiicd' in a !box with material infected by bacteria, . then allowed^to . es. cape find settle on nutriment which was afterwards found in fected with . colonies of the same bacteria. • •

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