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WEAR RED AND KEEP COOL. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

WEAR RED A»U) KEEP COOL. The advantages of-redlinings as , protection againstthe-'sun's rays . have been pointed buf.'by Colonel; Maud*. By ■ using/red-sunshades, and red v linings to- hats and. blouses no I inconvenience will be. •• experienced from the" chemical rays of', the sun ■ by • science sifters,' who .will be able to enjoy the heat of summer without discomfort - or possible chance of [ sunstroke.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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NOT SURE HE COULD READ. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

NOT SURE HE COULD READ. " Well, John, did you take the note' I gave you to Mr. Smithers? " inquired' a gentleman of his rustic servant. ■ Yes ■ sir,": repliedJohn, V but I don't think he can read.it." " Cannot, read it ? ". exclaimed the gentleman. " Why so, John ? " Because he is blind ^sir. While I was in the room' he axed me where my hat was, and it wor. "on.my head all the time."

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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CANADA'S WANT GREAT BRITAIN'S OPPORTUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

CANADA'S WANT CREAT BRITAIN'S OPPORTUNITY. —*— Canada . to-day.offers a better chance to the" young men and women of Great Britain and Ireland look ing out for profitable settlement, than has ever hitherto . been the case, not because the- country has grown older,. but because the Domin ion Government, has used and is still prosecuting every practicable a-: vailable means to render agriculture and dairying and-their allied mech anical industries all possible assist ance to achieve success and to com mand prosperity. Canada invites: the surplus popula tion of the mother 'country to accept settlement within ■ her; borders which extend, from the: broad Atlantic to •the peaceful Pacific, and from the. . Arctic - Seas to tli# forty-ninth par allel. How few realize what the " Dominion-, of Canada " really "means, especially in the old- home land. Canada is 40 times as large as England and Scotland combined, with gallant' little Wales and the evergreen Isle of. Man thrown in. New South Wal...

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EXPLOSIVES USED IN BRITISH WARS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

EXPLOSIVES USED IN BRITISH WARS. /: *• Some eighteen. months ago the British Government appointed a. special committee' to investigate the explosive qualities of cordite for military and naval purposes. i Cordite has ' been, the British ser vice explosive since 1889. The com mittee ' was. formed in response to numerous complaints that had been received from South Africa regard ing the extensive corrusionof the. barrels of the guns, and the uncer tainty of the explosive's detonation. The committee had' for its chairman the distinguished chemist Lord Ray leigh and among its members were Sir Andrew, Nobel, of the Arm strong yrorks ; Sir William Crookes, and Sir Roberts-Austen, a srreat authority on steel. The committee made an exhaustive inquiry as to the corrosive eft'ect of cordite on guns, the: immense cost entailed by repairs," and the difli-'. culty of preserving the explosive: in varying: climates. The cordite used in the British army andnavy con-, sists ' largely - of nitro-glyc...

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

AUCTIONEERS*^-ADNERTISBMBJf'J'.S. AUCTION SALE. Household Furniture. ON THE PREMISES," - GOULBURN SfREET, CROP^ELL, 1 ai-2-p.ui., On.Saturday, 31st instant, geo. Mcdonaldi son .Will sell,.on account- of Mr. J;' NV-.Stephen-. flOJl,' Tba whole of his IEotiseholcl Furniture and Sundries, Comprising— BedstoadBt •. Tables, Chairs, Large Mirror, "Dinner Waggon,- Mangle, Linoleums, Kit ell en Utensils, ■ ond a number, of •^••-.''•wsefuliatttdes-tboc-iiwmerQUB:: to par ticularise. Also, 1 Set Buggy-Harness. ' ■ • GEO. tlcDONALB & SOW, Anctionoei s. Clearing - Out Sale. ES: O. BRA"Y Has ■ received -instruefcioES "from -Mr. IV Boarclvto- Boll by. miction,:.: • At His Residence, Goulbara-sfcreefc, Ci'ook'woll, Friday -JJfext, 30tli iust, At 2 p.m., TJie Whole of liis Household . ^Furniture, - . Comprising^ • : Solid Cedir Tablej Chest of Prairera, Two Clieflomers, .Tivo 'Washstandsand ; Waves, Bedsteads, - .Dressing -Tables, - Gipsy Tables, .Beulo Sowintj • Machine (in good order), . ...

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

DENTISTRY. MR* CHARLES., H.. GOLBY, BentalSurgeon,; Gtmlburh-streefr, Grookwell,. opposite E. S and A..Bi.nk^ Painless Extractions &\ Fillings* Visits Taralga first Monday. in each month—Next visit,»-Nov. '2nd. , ■Visits liinda, Thursday Morning, Oct. ••29;. Biggn, Thursday , Afternon> from.3.o'cloek till noon on OBVi d{i.y ;..Tnena, Saturday (all day) Oct-.- .Sj^t; ;Peel\yciod, Suuday,. Ndy:'ist, till noon... ALL WORK GUARANTEED. "jyj"E. H. ISLACKADUER DENTIST, C'R 0 O K W E L L, "VISITS TARALGA third SUNDAY and ' MONDAY in EACH MONTH, /and may be . consulted at MOONEY'S ABGXLE INN. - " ■ DatSrof MSsfc yifit: IfOYEiSBER 15th * ; and 16th. Will visit Biggn, Friday (all day),: Gth Novembov ; BINDA, 7th Novom I till 9 a. m. ■ted WITHOUT ■ 2/.G.

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WHEN SPAIN BECOMES PROSPEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

WHEN SPAIN BECOMES PROS PEROUS. The Spaniard is proud. We all In this country are apt to despise that pride. To-day the Spaniard sees a round him facts which,' though they always disappoint him, perpetually renew his hope. He has driven back every invader • and, .remains in full possession of one of the : noblest countries in the world, nearly , the size of France, with a climate, which: if we Were permitted; to reafforest his plateaux, . would ; be as good, though warmer ; with the same power, if industry- were set' free, of producing, wine and oH and wheat ; and with deposits- below the: surface incomparably greater than . those of .his successful neighbour,. Spain is a treasure-h'ouse of treasures "never yet rifled ; though speculators. have been breaking into from the days of. the. Phoenicians to those of the Rio Tinto countless little . corners, arid going away; en riched. She has 18,000,000 of peo ple who, if they are, not asindus trious as either Germans or english men, will ...

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DAIRY BACTERIOLOGY; —OR—GERM LIFE IN RELATION TO OUR DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

DAIRY BACTERIOLOGY; —GR— GERM LIFE IN RELATION TO OUR DAIRYING INDUSTRY. .... *'W*. H. W. Potts.—In the Agricult ural Journal of Victoria.: i,:- i-.r\ it; Bncterfolegy is one of the youngest • sciences, and although history dates buck to the researches of that emin ent Dutch philosopher, Anton Leeu wenhoek/ in the latter part of the seventeenth century, yet its real sig nificance is a matter of modern dis covery. It now: occupies a promin ent place in the laboratories of path ologists, chemists, brewers, agricul turists, dairymen, tobacco manufact urers, tanners, and others. , It was not until the middle of the nineteenth ■■■■ century, that ; it was thought that .these lower forms of plant-life • had any relationship 'to decomposition or changes, in organic v products/ and termed fermentations, or that bacteria possessed any-influ ence in the'cause or progress of dis ease It was a startling awakening to modern scientists when the emin ent chemist, Louis Pasteur, as a re sult. of his...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

HOMBBUSII FAT STOCK BALES- | (FliO.U OUR E>El'i:BSENTATIYK.)S HoMnmrsn, Thui'sday. Sheep?—Therevwere 30,000 sheep , and lambs forward, a-nd 35,SSS'drawn ..'.-v. for. The • drawslip was very long,.. ; and coutaiued the names of 130 differ-, v eiit; consignors. The '.quality of the sheep' right through was good, many - prime, useful sorts being inducted, ' • whij,e there ••.•were-onore '•■•shorus- for* . . • ward than has- been- the ca e this ' season: There was a good demand.all i round, and values showed Jittle -alter*'. , v. ation on'last Monday's' rates, although • tho general to-nu of the market, was-ays-.' little, lower. . iSoino, sa.es, however, were every bit ns 'good-, as; .lafits daj?s;- v v? Shorn sheep. Bold very well. Best" crossbred wethers made to 22s,, goocl'u a 19s to 20s, medium™ from-- 18s, cross- - • bred ewes (only odd ones forward), v - 'best merino wethers from 20a,.extra-: to 22s Od.- sood 18s to 19a. medium;) from 17s, best merino owes ftom 16?,:. extra-to ...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

GOTJLBURtf / ■ ' ■ .'-A. ■' . PRICES' CURRENT:' ■Wlienfc, 5 s per Imsliel" • l?iouL', .£12 5s too &li 15s ; Bran, Old tolO|d bushel ,l /• Maise, 3/9bushel -•• ' . "••■■ ^ ■ ■'Barley (for feeding purposes), 3/5) to 4/3 -' 0ats--feed3/ to 3/3, seed 3/ to 3/G-* Hay, i-i to JB5 5s ton Straw, J53 to £3 10* ton»i Chaff, iB'i to £i 5/ ton-(inclusive of bags) Onions, (is per cwt.. • Butter--l'actory 9icl, dairy 7d. lard, 8tl to i)d lb , . ; Eggs, 8d'dozen ' Potatoes, .£3 ,10a to £i ton.; Bvovrerells (seed) jS't-l()s Cattle—Bullocks; JM 5s to JE12 10s ; cows ie:i5s- to -deG,'lioiiers .£3 ■ to £4 10s, • springers £5 10s to .£9, • steers £3 10s- to £ir Sheep—Wethers 15s to 18s; ewes 17/6' to 25s ...... Pigs—jFafc to i3.'; porters 80s to Das?. . stores 103 to 25s ; slips 12s .-to •ISa'p. suckers 9Vto ll;s fid Beef ;(retnil) 4.Vdto6dlb Mutton „ 3.Jd to 5d. Hides, Ifjd to -Id per lb ■ . Tallow, iCIS to £22 per ton. . Wattle burk, to>£ivhtokory-to 30fetott" Poultry^-Powls 8S to Os' pair...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

CHURCH SERVICES. ' CirancH. of. England. " FoUowing!#nxe.-tbe .services for Sunday next :—-:.■■■.■•■■..■ • ■ Crcokvoll; ll.a.m. (Hon. Lay Header). Woodhouaelee, 11 ii.m. ■■JPajn.iv2.30 p.m. : Crookwoll 7.20 p,in Ci'ooKwell, Wednesday, ^.'iOp.m.1 ■■■•■ liev. Ben Dora Bryant, Itoetor. •

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

TO STAND THIS S BASON,. AT1XAXJGAN, And tTnrel through Binda, . Peelwood,. and'lrishtown, THE DRAUGHT STALLION, CAPTAIN. . -y, PT A.TN ih n, dark brown : : -standing I7'handR:high'~ Mm"? ' with plenty of1 bone und 1 ■ ■ ■! \tntf"' - muscle. He 13 by Young'. Sir George Grey (»uip.),dam-RoB6, by Tom'. Bay, by • King Tom (imp.)" Young Sir" George Grey (imp-),.- was-vbred- by John^ RSid, Esq., Otago; Now Z&iland ; jIiib -sii'tH was imported from Scotland.' - Youngs Sir* George' Grey's dam, Flint, by BluckOham- - piou, wa3 iiupor ted. from Tasmania, aud-s was also champion>mare of fcho^VVavkonato' Sluing -Valley Sliowrin :1875-i .she was aold-v for 500 guineas t>nd sent to England.- :: . '. CAPTAIN obtained first prize- at the Tavalgu shows of 1901-and 1902.against oHI " comen. " <■ TERMS.-^Single jUave, J32 ; .for two or- ' more (same owner), JB1 13s<. ; Good. and : . secure paddoeka^ atLuggan.. Everycnvotaken,- but uo responsibility. : .All- mares to...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903

. PtVESBYTERIAN CHUHCH* CrooKwel], 11 a.w. Cvookvrel), 7.30 p.m.. ;Gullon, 3,p..iu.L Emichoi'—Tie v. 0- Cnino, T'.A.

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

ACCIDENT What; may havo toi-mmated.'in a sei-i nceidei.t, befell Dr. A. Ji. i'it/.palrick as lie'wns.returning' from- Whoco on Saturday . evening- -vlnst; It appears tlmt Mrs .-A. T. Davis-,, was- .returning home from town "in his sulky, and lie met Dr. Fitz-Patrick in liis sulky just ftfter crossing the-bridge below .Cox's mill- D.ivis tried to pulj liis horse over, to: nll'ox?? tlie doctor ;to . pass,-but in-, ■strad.-of-tlie animal answering., to the Jjnll of the vein ltVsweryofl .across, the. road ' in the opposite direction and [•iii'ht in front of: the doctor's horse. A collision was unavoidable, and the doctor's sulky crashed into the .other .wil.ii terrific force, witii the result tljnt-bo^i;•sljnfts • of the.: snl Icy were FieaviiJ ortJfijlijftiroadway• Luckily, '. Wwev£iy.*$iet/lJjctor escaped \vith a ;slight ..Davis, .was unhurt, and'h.ia-'li^Jsif only received a' few w:ratp;liefc'%A.f ter travell iLg some dis-' tancfevjijl'^r alopg^ the ; l*pad\ Davis's, hor^afa^ain shie...

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BILY DARLING. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 30 October 1903

DARLING. CHABTJiR, IV, . T'Iie day fl.ff.er the picnic they arc all more or less demoralised. Mr. Johu soii is cross; feebly - irritable, and.Yut toi-lv exasp?rating; Dahlia is snappish, ■liiJi'Pii wstless. Tli* last-named is ■'.upcortu.intwliiiL-.to.do"; if they . go-out to- 'theiywork,- ■- as usual, Mr. Caw thv.vi.u ratty^'on.'e while tlu;y are away ;, awlr it they stity> in, she feels she: cannot hear the'strain of the long waiting hours. 'Let. us go and pSnut, Dahlia,' she wiys;it is an effort, but we shall bo better afterwards. Will you; come ?' What.about-pa ?' 'Dahlia asks, du biously. 'Don't. mind about mc !' remarks Mi-.. Johnson.; ' Don't -.trouble about npoor.old man who would be best in tills1-"rave, out. of evervbrdy's way.' -' Now, pa!' exclaims Dahlia. ' Now, pn, don't!' „ _ Johnson .liiis started on a _jiind of grievances, real and imagin ary, and proceeds to rake up all. the unpleasant .'tilings that have happened dirt'ing^fche piist^CMyeavs" or more,' and to dil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 30 October 1903

AUCTIQNEE'RS'ADVERTISfiMENTS. Clearing ■ Out SalQ. es. a bray <>Has • recanted instructions:, from "Mr. IV Beard, to Bell by auction,.' ■ 4-t His Residence, Goulburn-slveot, Crookwoll, To-day, Friday, 30tli inst.,, At 2 p.m., ® - The Whole o£ His Household Puraiture, Comprising— •Stolid. Cedir Tables Chestof Drawers,: Two, ■ Choffoniers,. Two -..Waslistands and i Wares,: Bedsteads, - -Dressing Tables; ~ . . Gipsy Tables, Beale. &mvtng Machine (m.-good'-order),' - Ohaus, - Pictures, . X''&ndcT And Ironsi .Tubs,- ,-i Kitclictt Utensils, and. a-quantitj : ot; Sundries. •... '.~A5i!Mi,;.."Beard,i is. leaving: tlio J district, every 1 ine.iuuat.-be sold.^ Terins-^Casli. Household Furniture* To-day^ Friday, 30tliinst. Afc 3.30 p.m. E. C. BB.AY •Has- received instruction's from Mrs. Henry Warn, to sell by miction, IMMEDIATELY AFTER MR. ..BEARD'S SALE, " Tlie- whole of her Household Furnitui'e-an d Su n dries; * Couipiising— : IvBedsteuds and Bedding, Austrian ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 30 October 1903

S"chool(of Arts Hall,CrookweH >. Friday- November 6tbi. Grand Comedy Drasmar (IN FOUR ACTS). " " SAVED," OB, ; A WIFE'S .PERIL. BY LOCAL AMATEURS, in aid of the ; Croolnvell CrkketiOIa^- : 2 CHARACTERS: x George Fiaie (a Civil Engineer):...;;.;.;:;;.;' • Mr, S, 'Hutton. The. Hon: Augustus/-^ CholwQndelx;3&-'(*"•• Sportsman) ... .'.i'.-Mn. H.vL. Alford . Rafael di Rivoli (a young-Itnlian AvtiRt)..'. - Mb. S. Shuts. * • Joseph (Fane's Butler).;. Mr.;H. I&btcaIiFU' Hawkins (Valet to Di Rivoli)y> Mr. Oliver ' Luigi (Hotel Waiter).„...Mn. G. S. Eltin Beatrice Fane (George's Wife) .v...,..;....,". Mias Gilkaiitin. r\ ■■■.■' Triry (his.child)..:Miss Maud Pbossbb; Mrs. Merryweather (a yonng ■widow)1 ...... Mis»- F.. M. Littlk. : . ACT 1.—Ono False Step: Scbni : Clover--' . . dale. ACT 2.—For Their Child's Saie. Soenk : - i .. At Rivoli's Cottage. ' . . ' ACT: 3.—The Return of the. Tempter. Scene: Saloon in Hotel at Naples. ACT 4.—Face to., Face at: 'Last.: Scene : -i, ...

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Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 30 October 1903

Sydney^ Commercial. Messrs. Ellis & Co. ropovt:— TLioreis 110 chkngo.ini poultry,- oggs,.■ honey, sucking pigsj^bacon, cheese,. lard, "butter, carcase pork and: veal ■ since ou r last;:' Pigs and calvcs-aie in brisk-demand :at higli prices—^quota-. tions sfttrro as wo Inst sent you^ -Chaff." is in rnioderate supply,r although,-:if/. nnything, the market is .<firitt;v.^SaleH*' litill . rnlo. dull: at: low ' figures, - viz:: ; Extra prime to choice, :4V to 4a ?4d ; : good to prime,: 3s ti> 3s - 9d; i lower qualities from Is 6d per- cwt. Prime well made new realises, . up to.:' 3s 9d; inferior-from 1-s 6d per cwta. Up to date' not -much new has come-' iorward, but supplies are increasing'; daily, with every prospect of beiugr plentiful in the course of three or four weeks. Straw, chaff, good to prime, 2s 3d to 2s 9d per cwty.. inferior unfiv-le-. able, : Oaten hay, supplies moderate, with slow sale at- £4 to £4 10b peu ton for prime to choice rack, othenv qualitie...

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Preference and Australia. LONDON, Oct. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 30 October 1903

Preference and Australia. London,-Oct. 27. Tiie Times" in a special article this ■ morning on •" Pre ferential*-f ariffs and Australia," declares; that on the roateriai side a preference on Australia's rapidly growing trader in food-: stuffs would encourage the farmers,; the - hardest worked i part of.the population of the1 Commonwealth,: to-engage. in sounder an ctonore scientific:and therefore- ■ more prosperous methods of farming. Australia, "the article contin ues, avould'ialso gain the know ledge that her kinsmen in Great Britain were not so . selfish and money grubbing as the. loan "link policy had hitherto made them "appear., _

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