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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PKICES CURRENT. (Tiiat i is between the producer . arid ."first j>nrchascr*J • . Wheat, 4/6 per bushol Outs, 2a 9d to 3s buahal v Maize, 8a 9d to 4a bushel. . ' ^ Flour, JEt2 5s to £12 10/ton ' . Bran, lOd per bushel Pollard, to 1# per bushel . • Oil>Cltl£e, 8s perbwfc . . Chaff, (oaten) i!3 to JB3 osper ton Potatoes—-Brownell seed, £1 AOs ton ; Circular Heads (eating) to £i Onions, 6s per owt. - Eggs,. 7d pei- dozen Sutter (factory;, 94d, dairy 8d Bacon, 9d ; hams, 9d . " ■ . Beeswax; 1/ lb - Horsehair, lOd to Is 2d lb ■ Lard, Gd to 7d lb Sheepskins, 6d to 6d lb . Hides, 3£d to 4d lb " Poultry—Fowls, 2/6 to 3/6 pair; ducks, 2/6 to 3/6-pair j geese,-5/- .ttf 6/,.;. Turkeys—hens, 5s to 6s, gobblers1 10s to 14s pair • i -'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
LEGAL., JOHN C9NNELLAN, B.A., SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, CROOKWELL. Office: Goulbum street/ opposite E,S. and ■ ■ • A. Bauk. . • /I "TTEN-DS Gunning,Goulburn,Taralga . ^and Tuena Courts. . . ; • Tiust Money to Lend on Freehold and ~ ■ C.P. Security. [LEGAL.] jy^ESSES. BETTS aKd ' SON, Attorneys, Solicitors, and • PaocToiwj' MONTAGUE STREET, • '' - GOULBURN, A Member of the Firm attends) Monthly Court at .Crook welL , ' :' - »KUST FUNDS AVAILABLE FOE INVESTMENT. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT LAGGAN, And travel through Biada, Peelwood, -..and Irishtown, . ,r ; THE DRAUG-HT STA-fiLION, CAPTAIN, . OAFTAIN is a dark brown standing 17 hands high; rn*iJ^F9l0' wltil P^nty of bone, and muscle. "He 13 by.Young 1 Sit^Geprge ttrey (imp.),dnm Eosts, by Tom Bay. by King Tom (imp.) Young Sir &lt;3eorge Grey (imp.), was bred by John i Keid, Esq., Otago, Now Zealand.; -. his sire | was imported from Scotland;' Young: Sir 1 George Grey's'dam, Flint, by Black Cliam 1 pion, was imported from Tasmania and i...
A Shocking Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
A Shocking Railway Accident. A fatal accident occurred on Tuesday morning on the Wee Waa line, about five mileslrorn WestNarrabri, whereby a mat* named Joseph Conlon, a pro i duce dealer and resident of many | years',standing, was killed instantan eously. Mr. Oonlon and several other residents of the district boarded a ballast train at West Narrabri for the purpose of proceeding on business ttf Wee Waa. / Tho train consisted of. an engine.and truolcs only. When the train reached Hoheena Bridge for the purpose of picking, up a. number of i trucks containing ballast, all the pas- ] 'fiengers and trucks that left Narrabri j West were leffr^etaoding while the I engine picked up the ballast trucks. I When this had been done the engine i with trucks, backed to those standing i with such force that Mr. Gonlou pre-! pared for the impact by-, holding the I end of tho truck with his hands. The i force of the impact was so great that Mi-. Conlon, who was the only one .in i the truck, was throw...
Fun & Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Fun cfe Fancy • The Lady: Why do men .grow old sooner than * omen ? ' - " The ?rute : Because they're piort trutlrfrfl, I suppose. ■ ' Didn't yon steal the complainant's coat ?' asked a magistrate of a seedy individual who was arrainged before him.' ' I dccline- to .gratify the morbid i curiosity of the public by answering] that question,' responded the seedy I individual, with a scornful glance at i tho reporters. i ' / ' The following letter, which was J recently picked up in the street, is fcfli i of homely pathos . i " Deai Jane,~I 'ope as you will i i forgive me for not Iarfin' at you when ] i you'larfed at ne last night. I have a ! i bile ander my arm, and can't larf an I would like to.—Tours affectionately, i 1 JOHN." ;r -■-• I ! ' Is it true that your bride is hard of i hearing ?' J - i i 1 It is. When I proposed to her I I had to shout -ao loud that all the i I neighbours ran out and congratulated hmo.' 1 ■ ■ ' / ■ -■'1 I Visitor': Is your father as old as i he looks ? . So...
Mount Kembla Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Mount Kembla Disaster. A!\ church window in memory of the 96 men. and boys who were victims of the, disaster at the Mount Kembla dis aster on July 31, 1902, ivas nuveiled . and impressively dedicated by Arch deacon Gnnthcr at Mount Kembla on Sunday afternoon, ^ery many, friends and relatives of the deceased miners and heroes were present. The Arch deacon was assisted by the Rev. G." D'Arcy Irvine.
IMPORTANT TO STOOKOWNERS AND DROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
IMPORTANT rO STOOKOWNERS AND DROVERS. Mr. Collman, Distriot Stock Inspector, -! states 1 that • under the , 97th • section of .' *the Pastures Protection Act air drovers in charge of .travelling 6took,&lt;? horseB, cattle, or sheep, must be pre vided from the time of their departure with a travelling statement .fully- de-~ flcribing'tbo-'stock, "signed by - the owner of said stock, or by. the snperr~ intendeut of the /run, btforo a> sub-, scibing -witness^:wltiis^ also-, provided> under, sub'scctidn- .2 of the Aofc ,,'that -ever^/drover^ii- charge:;oL •travellirtg.i; stoeK shalllfproduce^ such;' Btatemeufc^ and the "permit "to 'auy>' inspector^ policeman,., justico of' the" pt-ace, ,or-* owner of auy;land ^through; wliieii thev stock are passing,1 Th6 Aol;, make^ it imperative-upon all owners of stock to give notice of their intention-*t» muster for any pal-pose to adjoining owueiB.-^-Penny>Postn.'
A Scandinavian Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
A Scandinavian Empire, The "Frankfurter " states it is, proposed to create -Prince Charles, third son of the King ^ of Sweden and ' Norway, King of JN orway, and unite Sweden,.. Norway, and : Denmark as a • SG&ndinaViaa.;.f>E^pire;!v^i.Mt^H. King' Christian of [Denmark; ■■■as* first Emperor* The object' of the creation of, the Empire is tp resist the Kussian. conquest of the peninsula of Scandinavia.*
Alaska Boundary Award. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Alaska Boundary Award. Sir - Louis . Jette, Mr- Ayles bury, anJ the Lord Chief Jus- • tice of/England^, the Commis sioners for -the-Dominion of? Canada on the - Alaskan. Boun^- - dary Confimission, haye refused to sign the award-.. w ^ s ' The American .pross-has. anBOunced ifjjftt all the' American - contentions -have: ■nbeenii; » granted by the commission, except »thafc"' Canada is awardod PortlandCanal, . Canada-": ■i& bitterly disBappioi ted, especially at I losing1 Lynn Canal, -yhich is the gate to Klondyke.
The Missing Lady Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Tlie Missing Lady Ddctor." -' Miss Hickman's head ashorfc distance from the bodyl The decapitation was*' partly.' owing to -decomposition and partly to rats. Although a bot tle supposed to have containedi ; opium wai discovered near- the'.' - body, there are some faets against suicide. The stockings on, the body bore the initials of -: Miss Hickxnan. The theory of ' murder is discredited. .^The-1 inquest will be held tomorrow.
Confession of a Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
! Confession of a Murder. - Victorine Gkiaut, the sur viving companion ;of Eugenie Fougere; a rich Earisiari atlven- ■ turess,,who with her- inaid '. was murdered and robbed. at Aix les Bains at midnight. on- Septem ber *20th, has been; arrested oil suspicion of the crime. She has ■ confessed that she and her lovery t HenrijjBassott planned, theTiiur^ ders. Bassot, who had* a' malb.' accomplice, has also been ar rested.
NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Owing to extra expense, caused ,by th conditions of the Victorian conversion' loan, certain retrenchment is being made by the Victorian ■ Government. Civil servants-earning over -£125 .per anmim- .will not ; receive rfcheir ■ in* crease, and £41),000 will not d^e .re paid to trust funds, as was^inteuded... *** At Wagga on Tuesday .the. coronor's jui'y:returned an open verdict respect ing tho death of Ada rJanelBo'yton. The jury added a rider to the effect that tKe deceased's /stepmother . had shown gre it neg'ect .in, not securing medical attendance sooner. ■ - , ■ ' *- * . # • The body of Mr. .George ■ McArfchur, a ■well-known resident of Maldon,- was recovered on Monday-from a raining: dam in "the neighbourhood of his re sidence. He left a letter saying- he was tired of Jifo. -, . •• • - * * r " - * - - /* 'I lie farmers on. the Hawlcesbu'ry have decided to co-operate in an1 effort to destroy the sparrow, pest by means of poisoned.grain. ***' ■ .With the view of saving expense; Mr...
Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
SydneyCommercial. Messrs. Ellis & Go. report *— . Pigs.—All descriptions scarce, and Tealis'ng high prices. Porkera, bacon ers, 46s to .66s, i)eavy.~75s to 90s, , porkers i: 20s - to .43s: each.;, baconer, 1201bs.,> worth -60s,- porker, 601bs., 'worth: 34s. ' Calves in .,light- supply, -and- met with brist' demand at /'higher/ prices.^, :.vealers,;901bs. vt^ -^Olbs.^re-, a!ised..35ai6d J.oJS0i:6d,-:'heayy',to: tra heavy'759 to 105a-each.5Bbfch pigs and calves will sell well at next • week's sales. .Stoi e ;--piga in goad - ider jnand and realising 'from 8s to.-22s each,- aud likely to be dearer. ■:.? Suckr ing-.pigs in:briskdemand at :-7s -to i2s 6d. : Produce. —Bran and pollard plenti ful,-and selling, slowly at-7id to 8d ancl9d to 9-J-d pGr bushel.respectively ;: to beat (milling), nominal 4s 7d to- 4s 8d, fowls' wheat (prime). 4s 3d to 4s Gd . per bushel, - broken and inferior.' samples lower-.; &lt;'the . market is fully supplied and;. dull; and -likely?, to -...
The Estimates. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
The Estimates/j \ The House sat till 2.30 &lt;his morning considering the Es timates. The Colonial Secre tary's Department is not yet finished. London, Wednesday. The United States Secretary of State is sounding Russia with regard to opening. Man churia to foreign trade. The American papers very ■warmly praise'Lord Alverstone for his impartiality in connec tion with: the Alaska award* They declare it is the greatest diplomatic 'victory-for: a gen eration, • The "Times" Paris corres pondent hints .that a writ ten agreement lias been concluded between France and Italy re garding the respec tive' si tuation of the two Powers krtbe Medi .teranian, and their position in Europe.