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[?] Liberal, [?] RECORDER [?] GOLD FIND. [?] Not Neutral. [?] since the world began, [?] and the friend of man. [?] OCTOBER 27, 1903. [?] [?]KED RIVER, NEAR BINDA. ONE OUNCE TO TWO OUNCE NUGGETS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

I GOLD FIND. TXKD lU-VEil, -NEAR BIND A. OUNCE TO TWO- OUNCE NUGGETS. ' On Saturday Inst Messrs. W. Long and J. D. O'JBrieu iHTivecl in .Crook-, will! br'iinguigwith-diem .some- hne spcicinions of gold, -.-which thov liad diBcwverelhfdrii'jihg die week fit Grocilied River, on lancl ailjoining- Uie Wood villc property,' near Birida. Messrs. Long and O'Brien have been prospect ing in '.the vicinity for some live, months, "nd notwithstanding that their prospects were • not very bright at first)'tlioy -continned to persevere and-traced'-the pold^stop by step, until tJiciy ■ were' at- lnat rewarded by , the •pi>esent valuable-find.. Previous .prospectors hail confined tbeii-soarch totlie ower only,.bub Mr.j O'Bridii, who has followed/mining all his - life, deei'ddd to try ,the higher ground, and located the gold on the hill some few- chains from-the river banic. Mr. O'Brien's fathor was also : arc old prospector,-, and it was he .who ; discovered the vulnable reef itv Orreu ■ fell, ki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

Lioerai' Blraetorg. General Storekeeper*— •;I'urner ' Brothers. Goulburn-street, Crook ' .well. " , ' " * • :<3eo'.McDonal<landSon(. Goiilbum-stroet Crook irell. ' 11 " ■JohnKeith.'Goiilburn-afcri.'et.Crookirell. Jobn Janies, Gotilbuta-street; Croofcwell. ■ •Whit# Bros., Goulbuin-strect,: Crook well. M.IiOuis.-.Coulburn^atreet.CitSokwell. » Fruiterers— 2. T. Sherriff. Goiilbnrn-streati CrooVwelL J. Kadwtll, Goiilburh-Btr'eet.'Clrookwell. . Mtb. lie Count, Goullmrft-Skreet. Crookw«ll. - 'Sirs, H.. Wjltis, Goulbum-street,.Crook well. ' Bakers— . George Green; Goulburiwifci'aet;,- Croolrwell. C; H-ravilTe, Goullmm-stwiet.' Grookwcll. 'R. T.Sherriff, Goulbiuto-atreet, Crook-well. Butcher*— v^E.-:-Parker; Govilburn-atrcot, Crookwell- • -XKelljyGouUnim-fitreet.Ciookwell.: _■ <J. Leahy, Denisob-etreet, Crookwell. - . Blackamiths— •a E. Eioe, Goulbuvn-atreefc, Crookwell. B. Gibson, Colyer-streefc, Crookwell, - 'yjJitinjp»OB an'd Mtirphy, Robaits-street Crook...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

QAJR POLICY THE ABGYLE LIBERAL II not owned, »ut>«idi8Ni}?:'controlled,- or.. tun - at the .di(ittttion-or/sutfr#!id4-'^fi;«nJ/;Eliq«e: -or ■party;-;'bnt :,»s; reeraaa iusitapsndent, •iournatsm-: the i interests '.'■of' - producers, < Its columns nre open for the fr^e discus gion of aUpnblicrmatters, -while all 'are -invited to contribnte-items_ ofinterest, tono>,inpp58to«l,;»CTictUtj^l,'minmg, and eocial'matt^B*."Tliis joornftl .will be •"out?poken,T- conmatent, .'.impartial.. and: rppreflentahvp. ftndt.'on tlnflj policy ire ifill. rely^for .'ifs;?»ucces8and/adTance-• m*®t to" business mM-"< •IPiyoo are in ousinesa, you must adver- •' tiie. Competition "is too keen now-a-,; dftysffor Bny busin#eR to jgg alou^ in the old-fashioned manner. ■ . jjusinesa joien must proclaim to the public • nil about < their.wares, and tlioss who do,this most peniatently invariably tlioie vtJio * auocead. ' ' -Put an. advertisement. in the ABOTi.a : 'Liberal, . nn...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

. .POSTAL". 3^>Tl5S. Tlwjfmtdic-aTo .afforded the opportunity of tr»2i3uiittin.g small sums of money through tlio Begt witliin the State, and to ftueonsland, .Victoria, South Australia, Taa-. mania, by means of Postal Notes. - Postal Notes •of the~ follpvrin^Talue rn&v be obtai&od at any Money .Order ,Qffioo in -the" State on payment., of-"jihe poundage specified in connection herewith— -Value. Poundage. 8. d. d SL d. .1 0 4 4 0 1 -C i 5 0 2 0 1 7 C 2 G 1 10 0 3 0 1 10 G :i G 1 1^ 40 1 Persons may remit oc Value. Poundage. <L 1, by ai&xii^ur unobliterut to the face «f the Posti --valneof bkesfciunps igaid <*n. presentation. •, A Postal Note may Postmaster shall refuse a banik-er, ~ [ Additional poundage, inal poundatre. will bochl Notes over six months -o] t amount for every.: furt ! months,

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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

Postal and Bail way Information; • .»51aix,S' Close v&.t, Crookjv&ll—■ i'Fon GsttHainnjwia Lagfjan and .Woodhousa> - • lee, At«i p.rn. on 'Monday, Wednesday, ■ .and ii'ridayj-azfd by', direct route'afc 4.45 on.'JCutaday, lhuraday, and Sat urday. ForBiada, TmeHdfvy^jTJi-ursday, and Sat-. | unlay, nt.lfl.i5. [ For B^jsr-iftnd-.Kiftlla. Tuesday, Thursday, and Sfttorid»y, ftt.l'l.45 a.m. '... For Glengarry, •Saturday,.at.10.30 a.m. siFor WJieeo, /IUieaday. and; Saturday, 1.45 p.m. ' CHOOKWEI/L— : Fwei GoAUmmbj, ifia.lLagg.in and WoptJ ., lioxiBelee,Tuesday,.Thursday; and Sat urday, &c 9,45 n.ui.; and by direct route, on: ,.Mtttid*y, \\Wednesday, apd ' . Friday, at 9 a.m.' .■■■:.. From Binda, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 3 $.m'. From Pejar and •Kialla1"J5naidf»y,'-ThHr'6d»y, - and Saturday, at 11 a.m. From .Glengarry, Friday", at 3.30. Fcom AV'heeo, .Tuesday ja'ud .Saturday,jil p.m. '

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Warwick Farm Races. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

Warwick Farm vKuces The abovo were run on Saturday, with the following rosult:—. v / :• > Ktowarda- Mile—Autocrat11, . Nirvana 2; I Dn.k Lilley 3. , Jumpers' I,liit~Rnce--Sisrnatnre i; An tique 2, . vFiiviu .Stakes—Lord Lovol 1, ;Mudgee 2, Measure H. Warwick! Ifandicap-^-Hiuib,' Star.,1, The Chief 2, Fireolay 3. ' . Pi*co Welter—Lord Clievo 1, Fungus 2, Berthior 8 , -

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Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

Sydney. Coinmuveisil. Messrs. Er,ms & Go. report:— ' Pigs. — 700 yarded this - week •Bnconers "and. j>oxkers sold at- real good values. Stores were in quiet request atmoderate ; price.*. / 140 calves ponned. Light" interior sorts sold steadily nt ■ only medium rates ; heavy.'^inds, also prime quality sorts, were in brisk demand at high prices. ■Both pigs and piilves will sell well at »ex(i week's'salesi >:! Get: 22.. ' • - ' Foilder.'-iThere'is little change in- tlio j fodder market since onr last;' Maize, bran, and pollard are a shade 'lower. Prime elvafE .is firmer, and.likely to seo a slight advaucbou present extri-mely lqvv figures at coming sales. ' Produce.—-We obtained the1 follow ing prices at. auction yesterday '. Eggs : Case 9jd to lOd, liewliiijd 10{-d i;to. ll'd, choice suburban brands Hid, l-'chick.ll^a to'l'ijd pgr dozen.- JTo wis : ! Young roostei-s 4/0 ,to-- t)/,- ohoioo to* 6/6: old liens, 4/3 to 4/8, choice up to 5/; ducks, 5/- to 8/G. Turkey i liens,...

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Garden and Field Calendar. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL BY MR. A. GOODHEW. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

Garden and: Field Calendar. wnitren ' Specially , eor Akoyle 'Liberal \i bv-mb.-A. GoouHiiW. OCTOBER. ' This should be a busjr month in tt o garden . and field i* aild with such good prospects be fore us every effort sliouid be. made toward settina'., in abundnnco ef. vegetables and I todder for next winter feeding, as in such i a cold district it ib absolutely necessary to i feed Btock, especially if milt, is your ob I • ject.:--•!-Hungarian' millot, sorghum, and amber cane, uiftizo and mangles, should be' i-gOB ill :this month, while .gross seeds may' I still be sowti. -All laud ■ should , ibo • got: i roady for lute* potatoes. Nothing makes success -more certain', than, thoroughly [ breaking up and preparing ..the , ground eai y. 'Vegetable Garden.— Sow peas;; French beans (dwarf and chmbevs)cabbugey-fcaV orotsj parsnips, lettuce, n arrows, s<}un shea; ,!tour tq?S; .cucumbers,' melons, rock, tatter, ivuiVpie melons, potatoes, horba, spinach, .iieetj pumpkins; "faddish....

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Moonee Valley Races. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

• Moon«» TSilIey~\ Races. •I'Hxiifeove wevo ran 'on .-Saturday. Re sults:— * Hurdle Baee—Sir Peter Teazle 1, Ming ham 2, Wanjika 8. • > ' St.. Albans' • Handicap—Pretty - Nell 1, Radium .2, Btihftllion 3. Plioenix Handicap—.Recovery lj-.Graffc 2, Cantftla 3. . ' Ngarveno Handicap—Slntonl, The Bay ouefc 2, Lock-3. ■ Mcuney Vai.i,ky: Cui' (IJ mile). ' t. jr. s i Avulon. ... ... 2 ■ i?nti'onuR . . ..... 3 - Praleen was two-lengths in fropt'pf T.I&S. it the stand, with Martyr, Undecided and Pati'onua bundled.. - Down the side the order was much'the same, and at this; five-. furlongs post Praleen gave way to T. M.S., with Patronus, Undecided, and ; Avalon following. . Ab they ran towards the home turn T. M.S. had established a lead of threo lengths from Undecided and Avalon. ;'J.'he latter'then went in pursuit of T.M.S,,. but ^ould not-get nearer than:, five- lengths to .him asr they " passed. the winning post. Three lengths divided second and third, and Undecided was fourth. ...

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End of the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

; - v Eml-ftfpfXw- DroUfjftt... Tire ; drought -vvifch^. ..which.. .-Ne\V':.Spntf^^aleff has .been', afflicted for a perlocl/of eight years inay- now be regjiid^cl c'iS'a, tiling of. thp past. Inxk>6d^<Wer the greater part of the Hts.tiv tfse drought ended witsh t.ho magnificent rains of September, fincl iii many of the principal agricultural 'arsas frivtbor rains may prove harm ful instead of beneficial to. tlie . crops. The situation in the fat . jveist, which "but a month or two ag(5'"bad reached : an acute stage, was also relieved by ,tho falls-of September. On Thursday last news was received that there; had been heavy falls beyond the Darling. Broken Hill, where buli recently a •severe water famine ex is led,1 has now received sufficient raiu -for all'require-' meats, while at Silyorfon floods' have occurred. Some conception .of the value of tbo almurlant falls in the far west may be foi mod from tbo fact the t, while the iiriuual raiiifaU.:is : from ?in.; ..to 9i...

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Railway Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

Railway 'Picnic. Tin: above was held oii llu Cro»k\volI* Showground yestoidny, there b:iiig v-i\ attendance of over 2000. .The rail way employees wero conveyed to Crook,vol I by three special trains, and oil arrival here they formed in pro cession arid marched to ili.e ground. The Australian Hoi'so Band (under' the condnctorsliip of 13andn>aster Cody);was i it attendance aud discoursed several selections during the day.' Dancing was indulged'in. by(the;;de votees • of lVrpsicore' in the. pavil-. ion. Mr. "J; Coffey rhnd the pub.'iiian.'s'. booth, and Mr. J. Kadwell; tlie. finiifc and refreshment stall,Jbotli of; wlifim. anpeaivd to-do a' good trade. The ofhcials were—Judges;- Messvs. W. James arid J. P. Davis ; h>uiciicappers, 'Messrs. F. iVfeDougnl, b1.- Ir\vin and , J.. White; masters of the track,- J. G:' White aud P. Mills ; ; starteiy Irwin. .' '• Following are Iho: resuUs--..or 'i&fe clays sports , i boys: Race—L. Johnson l;'"'H/ 'BlitekStt 9 - ■■ Girls -Race—Ali...

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Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

„ '' Auction Sales. : A-very successful jClearaiifco sale: was conducted liy .Messrs. O. H. Fiirnoi ■ and GV-in :Coujunction with Mr. E. G/' Bray,.at James' Parjc on -Friday.. The whole of the items,wore disposed of at? satisfactory prices.' ' . - ■' On'Saturday lust ifusSrti. Geo. Wc Donaldaiidi'SonsolcL-.-Mr. -P.- Jfnugli-' .ton'sr farm, The buyer was Mr. M Barrel!, and tho price-paid was'-£2 per aero. •'••:r;Wo',.wonld*:dftiw.-onr..-rcader8 -attend jtiftn .to the auctioneer's advertisements appearing in tlie busine ss'columns of tiriaossuo.'

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Fatal Accident at Kingsdale. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

Fatal Aeciiiimt :it Kiagsdale. '••••••• / H . A-voyxb man namad William, 'i hor oujjhgood (aged 26),. while 'working at KinttsdaloonThuisday, Wfls-leveriri# a rock, weighing about • six tons, when it suddenly giive way. and. rolleVi' iiiMuirig. terrible, injuries! .j3oth his logs wore- broken,-'.t,he: ili-sh wns torn from his arm, and vari/His of her i;rj utiea wer<* . sustained, ©jv Hancock was cajied to Kingsdulo and ivt'ended the suff^r.i'r, who was re moved to his father's residence,■,where hedied at 2.15. n.tn. on Friday.

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S. A. Tea-Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

S..A: Tea-Mectiitg'. In connection.w;th:,tbe closing week of the Self-Denial Fund, the local corps of the Salvatiou Army held a 'tca-moctiug iu the barracks last night. Tiio affair passed oft' vorv successfully, between - 60'v .aiid 7.0 persons , sitting: :4o^^4Wgbod'^1nhgSAim>Tidecl'; by tihe members and. irieiida- t f the:ai'myi The- total amount, collected: in this district,'includirig the',proceeds from last nighi's.'.tai-meetiiig^^'is £2o-^-a very ereditablo, suuiy1 • ... ; .

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SUSAN KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

SUSAN KNEW. • At a school in a .Northern towr the teacher was desirous) of impres sing on hia pupils the necessity ol ■ truthfulness and integrity.' in their ""dealings with each other, and he re ferred to - the - impropriety of doing any wicked action'and then " laugh ing up their sleeve " at it. This he maintained, was unbecom ing, and hurtful, to their morals. Wishing Mo know if any of them understood the drift of his. dis course, he: asked : the following ques tion : " Now can any of you tell me why people ■ ' laugh up their sleeves ' ? • • Starting at the; top the teacher, appealed to each scholar in' rotation • Having passed over several with- ■ out ; receiving any answer, . he . was -, about - to . explain, when, from tKe bottom of-the class a little girl shy.-?. . ■ly raised, her - hand, as 'indicating her,li ability to reply. ■ ■-Well Susan, can:you tall me ? " he asked. , -■■■■" Please, sir, yes 1 Because—be- " cause their, funny-bone to up there," answered the little maid...

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SURPRISED BY SUBMARINE VOLCANO. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

SURPRISED BY SUBMARINE , VOLCANO. • —* • On Monday, July 2, 1900, a vol-: cano, previously unknown was acci dentally discovered in a very unex pected position ..through her- Majes ty's ship Ringarooma, a third-class cruiser, ten ' years old, - carrying 2,575 tons or 4,000 tons, ■ including, its own weight, having lost a tor pedo, one of the engines invented andemployed for the purpose . while itself under water, of blowing up enemy's ships. : v : . The vessel was engaged for pract-. ising the use of such : instruments • of: destruction near : the chain' of is-: lands named : the New Hebrides,: sit uated in the western part of . the Pucific Ocean ; and the torpedothat had boon dropped overboard had sunk suddenly fifteen* fathoms,r-or thirty j'ards. Three divers attempt ed to descend and recover it, but found themselves unable to accom plish' this, because they caine sud denly and with much surprise,. in contact with the discharge from a submarine • volcano; or. one beneath the surfac...

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

GENERAL INFORMATION. - OfGerman toys £20,000,000 worth are made in-. England. On an -average each penny- in clr-.-. culation changes: hands eleven times a week. * Danish • lighthouses are supplied with oil to pump on the waves dur ing a §torm. V - •} Ashantee is one continuous forest with small clearings, . where native-, villages have been built. It is a curious fact that, nearly all the world's gold-and silver mines "are operated by Anglo-Saxon cap ital. 1 The United States import very lit tle salt, nearly all consumed, or. about 17,526,291 barrels, being* produced at home. *_ The Chinese never wear wool, not even in the depth of" winter : and generally speaking the entire, popu lation clothe themselves r in cotton all the year round. ♦ Examination of the hearts of the vegetarian . and the moat-eater, shows that the -number of beats to the1 former are fifty-eight to .the minute, and of the latter seventy two. The greatest depth at which min ing operations are carried on in Great B...

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A BUILDING WITHOUT CORNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

A BUILDING WITHOUT CORNERS. I. ■■■■■ ■■ ■ 'I'— The now St. Bartholomew's Hos-I pital in Now York is so constructed ' that there are no internal' corners i to catch the dust. There are absol ! utely no angles or projections in the building above the basement. All intersections of all surfaces meet with a uniform curve. This ' has been carried out in all details, not only the walls, ceilings and floors, but also the stairs, shelf and table standards, window recesses &c throughout.; The sash and - doors are so constructed that there , are no I mouldings or . broken surfaces be tween the frames and glass or. pan els. The surface of the frame meets the glass with a feather edge, and the corners . of the sash and door panels „ are also rounded that there may be no lodging-place for the col lection of dirt or foreign matter. • The angles or corners above the. wainscot line are - run in plaster: Especial care has been taken in the construction of the operating rooms. The room for mo...

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ENGLAND UNDER GEORGE THE THIRD. SOCIAL CONDITIONS DURING THE REIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

ENGLAND UNDER GEORGE THE THIRD. SOCIAL CONDITIONS DURING , THE REIGN. Intemperance was * prevailing ' vice ( says Dr. Withrow ). No class was free from ■ its contamination, i The ermine of; the judge or the cas-j sock of the priest was alike polluted 1 by;: the degrading practice. • The dis-, sipation of the. lower. :classes was almost incredible.: Smollett tells us that over many of the spirit-vaults in the streets of . London might be seen' the inscription : " Drunk for a penny ; dead drunk... for twopence ; straw ( to sober off on ) for no thing." 1 The penal code of England in the eighteenth century was of savage ferocity. Its laws like those of Dra co, were written . In blood. The death'penalty was inflicted, not only [ for murder, but also for treason, forgery, theft and smuggling and it was often inflicted with' aggravating "terrors. Boys under twelve were hanged for participation in the Gor don riots of 1780. No less than 160 offenders in England ( says Mr.:. Leeky ) were pu...

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TOO MANY LAWYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

TOO MANY LAWYERS. ■ '■ ■■■■■ ■"The first thing we'll do," cri«d Jack Oade, in Sliakapeare'a play, " is to hang all the lawyers." j. As a. method of purification, this policy may be considered •, drastic. Nevertheless, there was some reason in the idea ; for . it is certain that from the dawn of civilization.to tho present time, the lawyers have bred much trouble: and mischief. How ever, as matters are we cannot follow Jack Cade's advico. But . there should be some limitation put upon the power of the lawyers, to keep society in a condition of un-. rest and turmoil. Mr. l'layford, the other day, in the Australian Senate, told his fellow legislatoj-s that there were too many lawyers in the House " Che;leader of the Federal Govern ment, and the leader of the Opposi tion,": said /the sturdy South Aus tralian, "are attending to their private - concerns, otherwise we should have heard . nothing about postponement (of the Tariff Bill). This Federal Government and Par liament are ruled by t...

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