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Crookwell Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

' Crookwell Race - Club. . A committee-meeting o'fi the above was held at Mr. John Goffoy's Cri terion Hetel'on Wedueaday afternoon,. Mr. S.-Wright, B;A.;:OCcupying'.tht} chailv Ic was decided to ; hold tbo anuuul race meeting on the Valley course on Friday,-,4th March next. Tho programme, contesting of .six rncea,-xtaa th«idrnwn^ip: • ■ The prize money for the different es'ents- to be decided amounted to :£6o. >A- ground committee consisting of MossrH.. AI forcl, Hugh'ston ond Coffey, .wore ap pointed, to sttperviso- and ■ carry out any .iiTniiiiements in connection with work ••••required ou :the. courso. It was decided to dispose of the .gates andbboths by public auction on tlio 12th iriat.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Mrs. Mayb[?]ick. LONDON, Feb. I. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Mrs. Mayljrick. London, Feb. I. Tub "-Daily.- Mail " states .that "Mrs. Maybriok, -who -on August 7, 1 yS'J, 'soutQiicecl- to - .rientli at Liverpool . for tlie'murder of'hetvhusbaud, and whose' sentence was commuted to imprison-' meat for lite, will be xl-Iom.t>] uncleiva special licenee, stipulating that she pliall not appeal on the stage, write a book, or do anything to at'tracc atr tention. ■ '

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

Armyllefonn. . The British Government, in accord ance with:-the lecommeiidatious of the commifc'ea oti; Wn( .Officii"reform, lias decided to establish an Army Council. The council will bo on thu lines of the Bonrd of Admiralty. It will consist of four soldiers, two civilians, and the Secretary of Slate for War. Au Iu spec or-General of the Forces will supersede the Commaudcr-in-Ohref ' Hu will be-outside.the War Office. It will be.his duty.; to inspect the forces and report systematically to tie Sec retary of. State, for. War to, sh<iw whether the policy of the council is being, carried out. , :The report of the comniitteo emphasises the'vital neces sity of the Defence Gommitteeinvari—. -jibly having the Prime Minister.at its head. A -secretarvj and a dozen junior officials . repi esenting .the*-Army ~aud Nitvy, India, and , the self-goVoriiirig_ colonies, will form the nucleus of: the' Defence Committee staff. Most of the newspapers ^eulogise .the scheme for ..the reform...

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British Fiscal Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

- lii'itisli Fiscal Polii'j'. A "ooxvexti',X"was:ireUVaT ~.M ttncli'ester yesterday, representing 36,000 Con servative working men belonging to 'Go towus. of laane isliii'e u,nd-Cheshire, to consider the fiaci.1.policy of' the United Kingdom. . A: resolution), -en dorsing ;l-lio .retaliatory proposals of Mr. Kiilfomv.niicli the protective pro posals of Mr, Chamberlajn, whs carried. ' ■ : 1 - ■■■'■ ■^Tlie Tariff Reform Commission ihfiH issued oironhns to 100,000:i'actor ies, iuid expe(5ts to receive a 'million replies to;tho,question ./it asks. ' The commission is also issuing circulars to iiiorcliaiits, hankers, .sliippors, ancl labour ussociotions. ,

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

Obituary; . \ ; An old and most respected resident °f Bigga-, in tho person of Mrs, Mc Guin. ss passed awayat-her resilience i Biggn, ou Friday, at tho ripo ago .of; 82 ytars.-Dfeueaaud had been a.resident of ,the Bigga district for a, period- of ;70 years, and by bur renowned iiospi .tiility mid kindness hud endeared her-' •self to nil mound. Her charity was a byowovd, and anyone who qallrd oil her seldom wenr. away empty-handed. Foi'. the lash twelve mouths deoeaaed . failed in health considerably, and about fen days prior to death was very low, arid "getting; .gradually weakei she passed peacefully away cm tho day stated, iii' tho'presfeijco of inemh'ii-s; of, . her fnmilyi- The .'funeral; took place on Sntiday; and was very "-largely at itencirchby frietulH find ayiiipathiaers, |:and the remains* were interred in the Church' of l:!nj?lftnd ceniefei'v at Higga,:: .Rev,.H. E. Hei.heringtim conducting: i ihp burial survive. < -. i • ■ ' Thb Mr*.- 'Mfc.Gniricss was a na t...

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Events to Come. SHOWS Gunning Show, February 25 and 26. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Events' to Come. SHo\V3'. r./{G.uiming; Show, February. 25 .and 26,;s;,; | ./raralgJi-A. P. and H. Association, Thuvs--' day.'and Friday. February 18 and-' •10. " 1 , ;.: Crookwdl-Annual Show,, March 10 and 11. , , • Goulburn Annual Show, March 17, 18 and 19. f

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

Auction Sales. Mr. IK C. Ifaay will douducfc• a sale of: •■tobacconiata'"goods',sit,Lis mart to-uior vinY.:(Satiurday),:- ai 2-p.ni... Ho -wi V also-sell ufc;th^-Saui»> -tiiao and placc . about 30 yaira fat.poultry _ Mr. H. L. Al'ord's sucoud speoia! Btouk salo will bo held at his-yards, -vQrookwell, on IJriday next,: 12th : J?eb,.

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

Golapie Picnic Races,;-Saturday, 13th Feb ruary.'

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Death of Sir Edward Braddon. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Death-of Sir-*Edward Itr.'idrinn. Launceston. Tuesday.—Sir Edward .J3i'ad'lon-i M^PTj-diccVsnclclerilv at) Ijfiith this evening. Ho was iigud 74 years. Sir Edward Bvaddun, the be:st known .of':the Tnsmnnian members of tUo House; of Ropvosoiitfttives, aud fl 8teuii(!liJ.Tuef.rader, bcfoio lie begau his political life in Australia liad a, dis tingaished career- in the civil service .of India. -Ho oaiuo of an old linglish farnily, going back "to the time-..-ok .'Ifll'.zabL-tli, ancl'Was brotlieivof JJiu woll knowu: authoress. Ho was a member of tlio Fedetal Convention of 1897-98 which framed the Constitution of the Commonwealth, and retired from the vProimui'ship of .Tasmania, on:Octobor - the first Federal election "Sir Edwavck-wnB eluded by -his State -.is 11 mcmbei-of tlio House of. IlepreBon ■ tutives. Tuking;, liia seat as a pro nounced froutiudoiv under the leader sliipof jMr.Kcidjho did.invalaablo work to the frcetrade ctiuao during the dis-; cussion on the tariff. Ho was ro-olo...

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THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Feb. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

THE London; Fob, 1. ; The consensus; of-rncssnges which have been receiveclfrom Sr.. Petersburg, Tokio, mid Port Arthur is' that the Russian reply to ."Inpau'rt iri-etluoible minimum will- be unsatisfactory. to Japan. ; ! The ne wspapers of Sr.. Petersburg: are .'tlhliant-T' Their.-conten.tion shows •that;they seek to throw,.responsibility For theultirnate upshot of tho negotia tions npon.Japan. ■ • The-Marquis f o, one of the ; elder statesmen of Japan. Viscount. Kol.siua, the Premier, and Bnioii Komuru. the M iiiister for . Foreign A flairs,' with others of |the Imperial Council, held a conference. which'.lasfcul eight hours oh Saturday. ;Iu the iBvent of war Yuati-sl.ikai, the supreme eommandcr of the Uhin qse for es, wiil place 40,000 troops on the borders of Manchuria. 1 Russia purchased'. 20,000 tons of Kaiping (Chinese) coal on Saturday. She is negotiating for an additional 30,000 tons-for immediate delivery at Port Arthur. Sir Robert Hart, Inspector-General for the Maritime ...

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Goulburn Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Goulbnrn Quarter Sessions. The QnarterSession was opened on Tuesday . mornius? before his Honor .IwVgb \EUz\ittvclmge. M\>. Murray acted as Crown-Prosecutor. Thomas Bean, on bail, pleaded guilty'to the charge that on Noveni 22, JSJ03, he did steal one mare, the property of Spencer Smith, at Bevun dule. There was also a second count of roet'iyiiif;. ■ ' Prisoner was sentenced to_ 18 months hard labour iiirGoulbnrii Gaol. 'L'he mare was ordered to be deli* ered to Spencer Smith, f lio owner. : . , Annesloy • Wcn'oy. ..V^-ycey-- adad gu lty to a , chai'jri;' of stealing at Uohlbiirn ' one parse,', one ring; and '.certain mgney to the" value of £5, the property of William Thrubshaw.. The fentexico of the Court: was that the [ prisoner should be sent to Goulburn Gaol for six mouths. If need should I arise The prisoner, \youlcl- be: mowd to I'the liospitrilf " '^i::r£ranvis^Milo(>|.'-FnUam•• and Leslie William Thomas Corby, charged with setting fire to a school housa at Oarnt-r bung...

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

^hESBrTERIXN CftCTKOU. •Crooiwsll, 11 a.m. Onllon,. Up. to. tsfrootffoll 7.30 p.m. Pffiohor—Rev. C. Crane, B. A.

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

M.vPiioDtsT OatfRctt.. ^jJkootwoll, 3 p.m., Eer. i?.. Wallior.; , (3'ullen, 11 (v.iu., Rev. J, Walker. G«jok>rell,,7.30 p.m.—Rev.. J. V?alkcr

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The Arg[?]le Liberal. AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the [?]orld began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 1904. Meeting of Town Commoners. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

AND DISTRICT RECORDER .• • 'impartial—Not Neutral; : Truth, ever lovili/' siyt'ce (tie 'icorld het/«», T,hefoe oj'tyrants and theJ"nend oj man. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 IflOi. Meeting of ToVvn C'onimoners. ' The'meeting1 of the; v Crook wel 1 Gom-. •monersy.' which •. was adjourned from: the 29th:ultimo,vdnly took placevat the Crook well School ot Arcs on Tues There was only a moderate ^tterfllince. Prior to the above commencing the members of the old trust, met mid con firmed the minutes of their lust meet ing. : Mr. Wki. Wood was t lieu voted to the chair,-and declared the Common meeting open,.and asked the seereiary to read tae, corrected fiuaucial. state . men). ' ri>l3o -Btntemsnt-roael'showed a crcdit balance"in hand of-'^S'-^a" 8d. instead of a credit of- £b'1oh 7d shown -oir a atetemefnt lftid before the:'meeting" on Friday night last. On the motion of Mr.- H. Black ; adder, seconded by Mr. J. J. Peavinan, the statement as read that' night was1 adopted unanimously. The- nominat...

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

DENTISTRY. m, charles" h. golby, , Dental Surgeon, Goulburn-strnet,- Crook well, opposite E. B and A; B ink. Painless Extractions & Fillings Visits Tarnlga first Monday in each month.—jS.ojtt visit, rFub. 1st. •ift'L' WORK GUARANTEED. MR. H. BLACK ADDER, Chemist .said Jieiitist, C ROOK W E I, L, TJ KG S to notify the riairtenss oi! Crook— well ancl district' that ho hiw secured the services of MR. F. GAIN, Registered Dispensing Chemist & Dontiat Ijate Chief Assistant . JTE'iVSliN, King-street. • ivfcCA.RTKY.' Hunter-street. CA.LNS, DarlintfUni'st, Sydney. .NITROUS OXIDE GAS AU3IINIS 'JPE11K1).

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London Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

London Butter Market.. The Minister for Agriculture lias received a cable . from ;t,lie Commercial Agent in London, in -which he . states that the English-butter.market is oL: an improving tendency,, and prices were consequently somewhat bettor, the ratebeing 90s to 94s for best as compared with last.-:week's rate -.of.\8t)s*:-to: 93s per cwt. The old stock of; butter is now, Mi\ Lance says, cleared oil, and this:-, should result in a healthier market for som'e weeks at least. The butter, ex OFiina^was landed^in good conditionV and was-- about the same quality as that ex'si^i; Ortona of tlie last-week's deliv ery.,; couple otl&r'ands i were, however,, very fishy, ' andr would . suffer considerably; in price/ - > v "• 1 !' Sir John See. on Monday night said that be had no hesitation'in paying an honest ; tribute t(r-the ' beads "of the Government departments and the offi cers of the public servico, for no moro loyalorhc>ne6tbodyof:,pien existed.

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Here, There & Everywhere (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

iiere, Tliere & Every where (Cribbed, Colled, and CoMTBtncTF.n) 'At: the antmul banqnot of t.lii Aus tralian. Natives' Association: in .Mel bourrie on Momlny/t/oid. Northcote .referred to the prominent -part taken' by the Association in the federation of Australia. ; / , - i v.,.; *»* v -v Mr. Deakiii said tlio " white Aus tralia" policy had been, nourished and chqrishcd by tli6ir fathers from the first df.y they pnt foot: on. Anstrnlian soil. Referring to tbe disappcar.inco of the aborigines, Mr. Deakin said wo had much , to be ihankfitl for in thus getting rid of what inight have. been a great. intMibns. • *#* With three practically equal parties in the new Federal Parlinniont,, the policy of the conntry, llr, Deakin -asserted, couild not be shaped. The position was unstable and practically impossible. It could not ai.'d ought not, to continue. Mi-. Edmund Fosbery, .C.M.<3., the i ptifiiipfInspector-Genenil of Police'; was entertained by theSychioy Olmm ber of C...

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

.Promising 'Well. 'Father,' risked Tommy the other day, ' why is it that the boy is said. co- be tlie father of the man?' ' r: Mr. Tomkins hale never .given this subject any tlioughi and was ■ hardly prepared to answer off-hand. . 'Why—Why,' lie. said, stumbling.; It's so because it is, I. suppose.' ' Well, pa. since I'm your father, I'm .going to give you ii ticket to the circus and a half:-, a-crown ••besides. I always said tlmt.iE I was a . father I wouldn't, be so stingy as the vest q£ them. Go in, pa, and havo a good time while you are young. I never had a chance myself!.' Mr. Tompkins gazed -in blank astonish men tat Tommy. Slowly the significance dawned upon him. Producing a half sovereign, he said'r ' Take it, Thomas. "When -you.really do become a father, 1. hope'at .wqn'fc be your mis fortune to have-, a son " who is smarter than yourself.'

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Sad Drowning Case. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Sad -DroSvning Case. Melbourne, Monday.—A -sad case of drowning occurred on Sunday" af'er uoon in Sandy Creek, at liarwidgee. Two little girla, one Pearlie do Piazzi, the other a daimhter of Mr., Mafchias Byera, were bathing, and got out of tbendepih. They screamed and ,at* traded-the.attention of a boy who was fishing a little-distance away, but in endeavouring to rescue the girls the lad, who was only 15 :yoars of age, was dragged 1 in, . .anil all "wero drowned ^ .

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The Electoral Districts Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904

Tlse ^|«ctoral ^Districts Coin mission. .• -The .Corninissionsrs, before entering npoii their work of 10distributing the ol'-otoralos cm tho basis of 90 members, have had under consideration the quest ion. o£ robovvitig-oV- kaarin £-eu°oh statemenis from members of tlio Legis lative Assembly . and others as they may desire '.o put forward. The Com missioners recognise that the local and other information possessed by those gentlemen may be of considerable value, and althongl] thii Commissioners themselves consider that the more ap'-^ propriate time to discuss boundaries would be after their preliminary de sign has been made they would nevex' theless be willing to receive such in formation or suggestions «s may be placed before them at the present time. The Commissioners therefore, invite communications without delay troin any persons -desirous of giving evidence, and a time,will beappointed (ionvonient to. sue i persons,, when llibir 'evidence .will .-be-taken.'

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