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The Wheat Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
Tin; Wheat Receipts. The itiilwny authorities state " •tlmh from December ..1. of Inst; your -up to Saturday' last.the number of bags of wheat received at. Darling Harbor was' 87;!,451, as against only 001 bags for flio same period of 1002-3. In 1001-2 tho number of -bags handled was •504,895. jTiiis gives (in biere-me of 279,0uti. .in ^favour. of the bountiful season we;aro now enjoying....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
PUBLIC NOTICE. TVS a rumor lias been largely cii-cu ' luted in. Crookwell and the district to the effect that Dr. J?itz Patrick would not Tittendhiy: daughter, Bachael, in her late illiieas unleaa lie ivaa paid the sum of Vive Pouhds/I hereby state and most publicly t'bcla:.G that we did not risk Dr.l5'itz-Pat rick to see liiy daughter, nor was tie'in any way coriaulted in her.ease. iM*KS. CHAS. BUTT. North Ci'ookwell, Feb. 2,1901. 71 Good, Useful GIRL, to do general housework. . Apply; MRS! TIIOS. PAKKDJi. ' " Evergreuns," • Crookwell. 3E0HGE BROOK, .11 ORAIERIjY OF J3HOQKLANDS, ■is now running The Great southern Hotel . (Late Thomas's .Hotel.Jv The Patronage of old friends as well as new friends solicited.:. ■ Sociable meets trains. TuriiS moderate. Dressmaking-. MISS IpWHAM (Late of liosc-street, .Sydney), \A7"ISHES to notify the Ladies of 7 " -Ci-ookwell. anil snmmuding Uisf ti-iet, that she.has- , OPENED A DRESSMAKING FSTAB-. IiISHMENT / In premises in Goulbum-sU'eet,- Crookwcl...
The Macedonian Revolt. LONDON, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
TJhv Macedonian' Revolt. London, Feb. 2. The • Snblime Porte has informed Austria and Russia that Bulgaria has ■ordered from Paris &lt;JLOO,OOG,000. cart-, ridges audlarge quantities ,of amoko k'sa-powder. : , . • A revival of the Macedonian revolt is icgaided asi certair.. directly the snows have melted, as the people tiro disregarding,the appeals.oi the Con. ;;Stil8 to ■await tlie proniised reforms. ( ' ;.Tilie ■ rivalry:: of two-:re.vohitio.nary committees embarrasses the rebels. Boi-h' of the revolutionary eommit -te&lt;?8! consider that JUilgaria is bound to take lhe field-. against Turkey, and :;botliy.have; sent to tile, chiel European 'capitals emissaries to seoure funds.
A Dream That Came True. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
A Dream Tiiat Came True. An important discovery nnder pecu liar circumstances lias been made at .Grahamstown near-Adelong. A mat oameti Melrose.had been talking over mining matters with a well-known prospector nnm'cc" Cad/Am. That night ho dreamt that 111 a certain locality he Btrrick uplendi.l go:d.'- Next morning he, went to the spot and put in a pick, and immediately struck excellent stone, which consists of a sort of dyke rubble and quartz, nbont Mi't wid>-. The.'rnbblo is' 'or'nshhig t.o prospect, and is going abont an. ounce to. the ton. while the reef is about 4ft wide, and is joiny abont ioz to the.ton.
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
' CH AFTER,-V. 'The omnibus was fit the door, • the' ■ >}amp alight inside,, the footwarmers wero in, and Sir Matthew ar.d Hum phrey Bolsover, buttoned up to tho .ears in their-fur. coats, were waiting hall,for the ladies to oomo down stairs. . > Grisolda Loflns came first, severe :in' black luce and without an orna*> ment: then Lady Oldi'oyd,. in pale ' primrose. with mauy diamonds glitter yyag * under her. white brocado cloali "and last theMFqthergill girls, all dressed alike in rose-colonr, which .set off their peach.-like cheeks ami" white gnouldvrs and -jnerry. bright .eyes to • tpp^ectum.. •• " Hrimphreyhelped them one and all to * don' their.;'; soft.- feather-trimmed |rraps, and'Lauded ?fcach pretty sister '""With equal attention into the omnibr.n; but, when they would fain ha ve made room for himamoiig their guiiz.y ' skirts, he explained that, _)io w«s going to .'keep Sir Matthew company outside. • ' And to help, him to smoke, I dare '-fcfty P ; Miss Nancy'; ;said...
DAPHNE. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
- il&PHNE. CHAPTER W. (Continued'.) !T Hi ought. 3 on \76te fcj .bring yourig .(S'jod-for-Naughf.j.dpfi'n ivitli you, Bol :aovof tad l' he aaid; and Humphrey grnetle what etstmsnering excuses lie 'pould for liia abaent friiod. 'How ever, I supposo lie knows his. own jaffaira best. And thnt is tho last iime '.ifeifcAame.shall'croBS'myvlips4:!' ' Cousin Matthew, hero is your tea !' 'BBid pretty Lizzie ; and ' Cousin Mat thew, will you have some muffins, or iflome Cftko, or some, toast cried _ eneh 'bf the other pretty aiaters, surround' ing him like rosy little liouris, plate" hand. . ■ LadviGldroydmBa ratl er hastily : Rnd left the hfl.ll; and Griselda, with .an indignant. :g!auce at. Humphrey, followed her friond. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
AUCTIONEERS' A DYETtTIEMISNTfC AUCTION SAEE . or TOBACCONISTS' GOODS TO.MORROW (SATURDAY), At 2 p.m. E.C.EEAY1 ••'Ha# received- inatrnclions that a consigu uients of the following goods will ; • ba. forward, for snle ; : " -AT II1S • MART, ON SATURDAY NEXT,. ; crli IVSTANT, 7i Dozen Pipes , . ~ - ■ Quantity.:';iiay:::Kura,- .OCrmejuice and Glycerine.' . ■» ■ . 300 Chgais "Watches and Chains. . "Ehese Goods ave all the best brands in ■■the market, and are for absolute sale. Also, • ■--Ah. the same -hour, th'e Anctioneor will '. offer, • " : Abov.t 30 Pairs. POU I/TRY, in toy condu tion. ' ' v ■ TERMS-CASH. Special Stock Sale.; - FRIDAY,' 12th_FEBRUARY, H.L.ALFOBD ' ■ . " r Will hold; his Second Special Stock Sale AT , HIS YAUDS, CltOOKWEWi, ON ABOVE DATE. loOO SHEEP 1 f>0 CATTLE. - Those having Stock for sale will please : advise early. EiU'Ehoi; particulars in future issue. G.SIGGS&Co. , - (G. Sighs, Auctioneer), AUCTIONEERS, .VTOCK, STATION, : AND COMMISSION AGENTS, WOOD...
THE IMPENDING WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
THE IMPENDING WAR,. I.Uissia says she lias already in tlie Ear/East, or- > .proceeding 'liliihlier.','38(3,000 troops • /also that she is able to transport 110,000 troops per month.-- ; Lord Hobcrts has accepted ■the hew post of: Inspector-Gen-; i tiral of the forces; ' . Thf1 Japanese, troops have occupied Seoul on the,-Russian railway,; 'aiwl: /have taken a number of guns to Seoul. Vxerrnany bsaoiy-ling a large flotilla of flat-bottom g-un. boats to patrol the • Yangtsekiang district for-1.500 miles.
The Imperial Parliament. LONDON, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
The Imperial Parliament.',' London, I?eb. .2. Parliament- was opened by the 3Sing_ . to-day. ■ Queen. Alexandra was /present, and ,I,he opening ceremony was at tended with-a scene, of. much splendour. :Iii the speech from theThrone it was stated that the relations of- Grent Britain with foreign nations •••were' satisfactory - The Government .watched with concern the negotiations between Japan and Russia, and would -eladlv render'any assistance tliatcoald bo '-usefully rendered-with a view' to securing''.a ' peacerul' solution-of the difficulty. His Majesty was : gratified' nt the Commonwealth of New Zea land giving ofl'ect to the naval agreement-,' and 'at New Zea land-sanctioning a preferential tariff.
THE WAR CLOUD. LONDON, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
TJFJE' WaE,\CJCiOIJ1).'. i London, Feb. 2.' The'■ ' Daily Mail reports that Japan lias pressed ' Russia for- a prompt.reply to her :de mands, and: has iritiiwated that other action will be. taken- if. Iherens vei'y.d'ew 'dS.y's' ' delay in giving the answer. - : ^ The £e Times ""says vtliat the reply-of Russia is expected at Tokio 011 Eriday (5th).- The " Times " adds that the Japan ese do not an t i cipat & so lid ' con - cessions,: as xidmirai AlexeiefPs: infiiteuce is -still• predominant, as he energetically opposes con.-, cessions 0x1 essential... points, and recomends that war-is pre ferable. A lug military officer in Ja pan holds that -.war is inevit able. . ; , t: Fifty thousand «&lt;reiuforce ments are expected at Vladi yostock.-•
POMEROY NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
POMETLOY NEWS. (L'rpm' oitr '' Correspondent.')] Uncket.— A matchbetween Pejarr and Pomeroy clubs took place here ori uaturdny last and resulted in a win for the homo toiini by four runs on the hrst.innings, there not being "lime to play out Pc]iv.i ;s second innings, which saved -Pomeroy from defeat.' G.' Dooley cnptfiined tlie Pejar team and 3im McAlcwit.hat of Pomeroy. The Pomm'oy.players will have to practice' and field better- or. they won't, have nny chance .of. a win against the-: noighb iurin,* teams.''. following, are,: the. sco-ey:— ■ &lt; ■ Pomeroy.—Ei'sfc Innings, fr. Flanngnn, h.o.w., b.Movfcimoi'. ... 45; P. McOabe, o siib., li ilortiiiier ... . 0 T. McAleeivb.'White : ... ... 2 -E. T. McCub«;b Mortimer .:. ... 4 J. McAleer, b White . ... ... 9 H. Field, b White ... ' ... 5 J.-Goves, st-.Uooley, b White ... 20 \T. MeGabe, b Mortimer .. ... 0 II. I'Uuingftn, c.JDooley, b .White ... 0 Kenny, not out ... .. . ... ... 0 K.McCabe, b .White • ... ... 0 . Xaiuhios ......
London Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
, London Woo 1 S.Ues.: > Tlio Co-opmutivo wool andpvodiieeCo. report having . recived tho'^foljowiug. &lt;-able from'their London roprescntnti vc dated the 1st insfc.:~ "Sales closed with good demand;i;iwd firm. Prices for good gronsy.i- ivools »vo slightly improved,1 bufc-f Or1) lower classes of groasics are onsiwv-As compared with the cJosiuglraiea of last series, scoured wools are from ti . Id higher, and coarse crossbvods nre also about |d higher,, but-prieos for. fine crossbieds aro .Fcarcoly maintained. Ono -hun dred and thirty-eight thousnud bales ■were available, out'jof' which 65,000 woro. taken for export and 66,Q00 "for. homo consumption, leaving 6000 held over for the next scries."
GOLSPIE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
GOLSPIE' ^TEWS. ('From 'our "Corresnoritlenl.) Weather,. &c.~The- weather liere clniing the past week- hits been very hot, and a good-shower of rain would freshen tliiilgs up ft bit. Kabbifs are becoming very plentiful, arid-the far mers -will have to increase their efforts in 'destroyin# the pesc or tho place will soon lie over-ruri.. . linccs.'—:Tlio races co come oil here •oil the 13th instant -proiniso to be very succossful. The committee li!ive; now got.'.fclio course cleared, and it is a first-clnss rocing I'.rnclc. •' • Crieke'.-—A-rnatch-was played herb &lt;ni Saturday last between Golspie arid Kempton, which resulted in a win.for tho latter oti the hrst innings 'by -87 runs. Following are tho scores , " - AEMl'TON. ^ JVJiu'ton, ruu out J>. Oiii'hvrijfht, b Mtii-mont ... C-r. Crdkor, not out (3-. Cartwright, b Horton,* M. Vauglmn; b J., Boys ... il. Toole, li.o.iv., b j. Boys ... Kuiery, b Hortou ... ... • It. Ciu'twright, b J.- Hoys ... D. Vaughun, e :uul...
GURRUNDAH NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
Gtf.REITNI> A.1E; : NEWS:. 1 (From oni' Correspondent.) Weather.—Sincerny last report the .•weiiUier "lias been of a most favour able nature, ttlt.lion^U si strong wind, bringing hp clouds of dust,- prevailed on Tuesday, and Wednesday. . Tlx; liai vest, winch is a recordone; is now cocnploteti. - iuio: . crops grown this. season were-the best ever- sooti in : the d'auicl , Races.—It litis been decided io hold' the iiuuu'iil. yncoB ot the "Guri'aiidah Jockey Club on Thursday, March 17, which date is considered to be a wall ! chosen: one. .Tin; full program me \v i! 1 appear in your next issue. Cricket.—At last, cricket has been broughfc'to IifeAgain here. On Satur day last a I cam chosen froni ti e :G!u.b played; an eleven from tleffieynan Bros., but for Avnnt of.practice the game fell far short of especlfttioiis, some of our Clianipioiis being right but of.' fornr. The 01 nb won by the • narrow margin of feu rnus. i'oineroy club-piny the local team on the latlor's wioket on Satur...
LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] STOCK MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 5 February 1904
[by tvihe.] ' .STOCK MARKET. • . Stdnst, Thursdiiy. Sheep Market ,still very firm. -Best,', wethers, .23/6, medium from119/6 •; .ewes-,; 13/8 to 15/6.- , Cattle 'The. murliet'to^dliy Svrs lower. • Bullocks*£9; .K)/ to £12 ; cows, ,£.7. 15./'- to £9* 2/.
THE WAR CLOUD. NEARING HOSTILITIES. LONDON, Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 9 February 1904
THE WAll CLOUD. NEA.RING HOSTILITIES. London, Feb. 5. The Russian fleet that left Port Arthur for an unknown destination on Wednesday last has returned, and is now - out side the port. It is believed that the Rus sians had, planned to throw troops into Chemulpho,; but that tliey sighted a large Japan esfl fleet off Wei-hai-wei, and therefore abandbne'd the inten tion. V ' A Russian Squadiion con. sisting of the battle ship Osla bya, the transport Saratoff, and three, destroyers, lias Bailed from Suez ior the Far East. ■ • Russia has engaged 18 addi tional foreign steamers for the conveyance of coal and muni tions of war from Odessa to the Ear East. The New York " Herald" reports f hat Russia is sending troops to Seoul ou the uncon firmed allegation that, .Japan has ^already three thousand troops ,thcre in disguise, i Russia alleges taat Koriea has invited her to send the troops. Four companiesiof, Russians have left Port '\rthur for Yongampho and other points along the Yalu. It is o...