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Stock Sales, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

Stock J Sales,-&c. - : 0. H. Furner & Co., report holding tlieir usual monthly sale on Friduy" last/ A record yarding and a record \ attendance^ buyers made the sale a big Baccess, and prices right through bear more " than favorable^ comparison withlJoulburn. Five hundred head :of i cattle were disposed of, and 1300 sheep. Poddies to .yearlings off made i from £2 5s to £8 ; store cows, £5 to £5 3s; milkers ana- dpringers, from' £5 15s to £8f :Steers, itwo year"olds, to £4 103.;' and thre« year old:' heifers . to £4 16a 6d. E wesand lambs, cross bred, made, to 21s 3d 5 : storo wethers, 16s lOd; hoggets, > 14s 9d fat wethers, 23b. 'Mr, E.. C. -Bray reports having1 sold on Saturday last on account of Mr.~-W. Bensleyf of Weslwood: 1. sow, £3 lis; 2 small slips at 20s each;, G at 19s; 1 at 16s. We fool sure this is the record sule of pigs in Argyle. Seed potatoes'brought np.to 4s 3d per cwt. Mr., Bray also> reports holding two yery, successful furnituro sales, etc.;...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

POSTAL NOT ICS. I -•.-.■The public are afforded the opportunity '•< of transmitting" small buuib of money through the Po3t within the State, andvto " Queensland, "Victoria, South Australia; Tas mania, by means of Postal Notes.^ Postal Notes of the following value mav be obtained at .any :Money,X).rder >01fio»~iav.M the State on jKiyment of the poundage :.v, specified in connection'herewith*— - Value. -Poundage. Value. .'l'ouudage. ■ B.-'d. . il • js. d. . d. 10 ,i 4-6 1 1 G J 5 0 'U 2 0 ,1 _ 7 -IS ' ' -2 2 15 1 II) 0 3 . 3,'<) i 10 0 "3 3 hi 1 , , 13 0 a '10 1 ' ,20 0 .3 ^Persons nifty;roimt odd pence<*ip to" oft by affixing unobliterated postage: stamps jo the face of the Postal ■ Notes, and the '• valfteoi the stamps affixed thereto.will bo ; paid on presentation; •4k.. Postal Note may be crossedj and.the - ■ Postmast or, sirnll refuse to pay it except to < a banker. . Additional poundage, equal-to .tho -oris; inal poundase. will bo c...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Sydney Commercial. October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

Sydney Commercial October 29. M£ss-Rs.'iflr,i,is & (Jo. report:— -v.1 •■■■. .1 Pigs.—Small supply this week, viz : 600 baconers and porkers (all descrip tions) ; also backfatters commanded brisk competition at high prices. Stores were.in steady demand at fair rvalues—primo porker. 601b, worth! "32s 6d; prime bacono'rs,- 1201b, worth 6,0s; heavy baokfatters tu £o ; stores 8s 9d to 22s (3d each... Calves.- Moderate supply—• 150 penned Prime quality sorts, also heavy- descriptions, sold readily at high prices. Light inferior kinds sold slowly at payable rates. ' Prime vealers, 901b to~-1201b, worth 35s to 50s^; heavier sorts to £.3 18s each. There were no extra we'gbty. forwai-d. Both pigs and cal ves willrealise ■ high prices at next week's sales: . - October 31". Produce.—The market is firmer for chaff. - We.anticipate, a 5s per ton rise at next week's sales.' Ruling values-— good to prime old, 3s 3d.to 3s 9d ; lower qualities .from' Is . 6d per cwt New is selling at about th...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

RAILW.AY JPAKCBLS IJATES. The following is t} e se.Ue of "charges for :tlie carriage. of: parCj^h^nJjhM^BMBjuaunt ■ ."Muiwiiyn i~' -.stamped Parcels (Pjf^^^^EATBa. T7j> to 40 mile3—31b. and under; 3d; Hlb. to/. ~-\ 71b., 3d; ■ 71b. to; 141b., . fid ; 141b; to - 28lb„ !)d; 281b. to SGlb., 1/ ; _5Glb. to 841b., 1/G;'every ttd4itjo»all41b3. or part thereof 3d, - -.v-, For 51 to 150 miles—31b. -a»d under fid; 31b. to, 71b„ 3d'; 7lb.,to 14lb., 1/7 111b. to 281b., 1/0; 381b, to' 561b., 2/6 j 6Glb. ■■;■■■ to 841b,,. 3/6 ;• efery • additional 141b, or p. rt thereof, 9d, For 151.to -300- miles—81b.aiid under, 1/-;' ;)lb. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. co 141b., 1/9; U'b. to 281b., 2/9; 281b, to 561b., 4/ ' CGlt. to ,841b.. 5/3 ; eyery- additional 14lb. or part thereof, 1/. Over 300 iniles-rrHlb. and under, 1/6: 31U. to 71b., 2/; 71b. to l'41b., 2/6; U!b. to - 281b., 4/; 281b. to 501b.,' 6/f 561b. to 84lb.,8/; every additional 14lb. or part ' theieof, 1JQ. x .All fractions of 3jl"*will be charged as 3...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Presentation of Football Medals. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

Presentation of Football - Medals., •The final act in thefooiball season of 1903, as far as this district, is con cerned, was.- performed on Saturday night Jast, when the- patron of - the iocal union, Mr. S. Wright,. presented tlio medals to the winners of the senior and junior competitions. The ceremony took place at Tattersali^s Hotel, and -in making* :the presenta tion, Mr. Wright said, he consideicd the iinion had.done -the correct: thing i in giving the winners snch haudsomo medals, as they,. had been ■ deservedly ..won. • FIe;asked them to charge their, glasses and,drink the health of' tho Gurvtmdah Football Club'—winners: o'f the senioj- . competition. ■ - Mr.M. HefBernan ^'suitably responded on be- • ;half- of • the j JSnrtjapdah i club. The chairman then ' presented the junior medals, after which the,toast "pf the' Kialla Jmiioro was honoured, and Mr; P. A.~ Kennedy responded on their behalf, and thnr.kpd thqm . for the hearty manner in ■ which they >dr^ink the toast. Ot...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

STOCK RATES TOFLEMINGTON. - The rate -per twtefc-,:(cattle or. sheep) from Croolcwell to Plemington is ii-i 5/9. 1 .

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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FULLERTON NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

FULLERTON NEWS. (From our Correspondent^ Weather.—We have been visited with some nice showers of 'rain this wook, accompanied by some thunder storms. The «weather - is very mild; being cloudy with cold winds, and the grass 18 growing splendid.-^Grops also louk well.. .Shearing.—Mr.O.Burchor.of Fal ter tonjia starting - on Monday.- next,' and other shed3/are soon starting./J; >,*> Jtoadu.—Our road is rather, roagh' since the l:eavy: Btorms, but there is ■ome work being done to it now that "will improve a/-part when ' finished. Tbo 'work is being, proceeded with -very slowly. . - ^ Some of the local meii-who went away shearing are expejted home next Sunday. I think\tho - sheds * out back' must have cat out very much sooner thfiU'they expected.". % October 29. ^

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GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

GOtJLBURN TO CBOOKWELL LINE. A train'loaves Goulburn daily,- Sundays •'.and Wednesdays oxeeptod, at 7.20 ■a.m.; Boslyn, 8.55; arrives Crookwell * 9.50. A . train loaves Crookwell -daily, Sundays and Wednesdays excepted, at 3.l0 . p.-in. ; Koslyn, ■ 8.55; arrives Goulburn 5 30. On .Wednesdays trains leavu Goulburn at 5.15 a.m. and 3. 20 -p.m. j/Koslyn, 6.411 . ■ a.m. and 4.45: p.m. j arrive at Crook-: well 7.30 a.m. and 5.40 p.m. ' Ou Wednesdays trains leave Crookwell at 8.5 a;m. and 6.20 p.m.; Kosl.vn, 8 40 a.m. imd■ 6.50'p.ai.;,. arrive Goulburn 10.10 a.m. and 8.26 p.m. - • .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

'HiggM Liberal' Dltecitis a T; Gliftofl, Qonlburn-stroefck CrooUivell. John Connellnn * Goulburn-street, Ciook -well_i_ _ * Banks—, Bank oT N.S.W.;;Goulburn-street,. Ctook iv ell. " , , EL&. and: A.Cl Bank, Goulburn-atrfcet, Crookwell. v. • Chemist «n(l,Dentist— Mr. H. Blackodder, Goulburn-street, Crook well. ~ - . . Deptlst— Mr. C. H. Golby-Gpulburn-atreet,, Ciook welll , Printers. W;J. Smith & Co., publishers of: ArgJ'-e Liberal. Office: Goulburn-street, il Crookwell, directly opposite fclife /•" East Office.- • .'T' HewsagenU-. !.. IE;" V; Colemanv-Goulburn^streeti Grookwell, ' Storekeeper, Newsagent, .ic.^ A. Xar»ftiw; Goulburn-street,' Gvookwell. v Milliner— MiaB A. Harvey, Goulbum street, Crook wall. • ~ Dressmaker, Miss Berrell, OW School ef Arta.Gowlburn street, Sworn Valuator. ' At X Glennan, Goulbura-Btreet,. Crookwell Auctioneers— Geo; McDonald and i'Son; Goulbui-n-street, j^H^Alford/ Gonlburn-sti'Set, Creokwell. W;' A. Broderick; Goulburn-etroet; Crook Ai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

OUE.POfilGY THE ABGYLE LIBERAL is-iint owned, subsidised; . controlled,. ori .dietntion on-snffranpe; of < any ? olique„.ori • .: party, ■ but.- as * a free \ and; independent:. -journal in tlle intoresta of . Jn-oducorR.; Its columns are open for the free-.dispus* slon of all public matters, tv hilo all .me • invited, to contribute; items .of interest; ^touching •':pastoral;.»griculturnli. inimngf,': and social matters.1 isirTliis jonrnol will be ' : outspoken;'';'consistent, - impartial,/, and ^representative; and." on this- policy ; we 'nuffM«ly,for its.success and advance ment.-- ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

Learn . the New Shorthand, matter where yoil live, WE'WILL T/EAOH YOtJ * v i y Shorthand. 21 lessons for "21/ ; postage ext-ru. t Only three lessons tc -write notes'; 21 to completion.; - >. " - Our/correspondeihee system of Tuition lias given Results* TTn'oitAlldncs i:d.. ...,L,.,sr. •„ BE UP-TO-DATE! Study the Simplest and Most Pkactical System. Write' for ; Particular*. CHARLTON HCTBBLB,-' <• "* GibbB' CJiainbsre, v Moore-st.,' Sjdiiey, -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

•TO 'BUSINESS MEN- v ■ IP yon are in ousiness, you must; adver- i tise.: Competition - is too keen now*a-- | days for. any,businsss to jog. along in the • ! old-fashionnd uianncr.' ; Business; ,mon' i must, proclaim to 'Che ipublic : all about, tlieir wares, and those •■who do this: most ■ i persistently avo .invariablytrthose ^who/. i succeed. ;.;T?ufc an - advertisement in the Ahutl* r LiBBiiAji,' and, you ore sure of it: being read from.-one< end of -the electorate, to the other, and'over? a larga field beyond; it.

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British Fiscal Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

British Fiscal Policy. ' London, Oct. 28. Mk. .Chamberlain spoke for an hour and a /half' at Liverpool., and had a splendid ovation Jle compare i , thefinjury done to British trade by dumping to the injury done to small shops^by. the surplus' sales of gi gantic emporiums below cost, The whole problem as it Effected the worlfers was con tained in the one, employment.. Mr. Chamlierlairi, claimed that .jiis policy would encourage the colonial tradej. and"- give- the shipowners return freights. The " eeting -unanimously agreed to a -resolution endors ing the; fiscal policy of the ■Government and eulogising the service of Mr. Caamberlaia.

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Mining at Crooked River. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

ffliuing at Cro»fce<l River. (From ■ a Correspondent.) > O'Brien and partyiare still on gold; and everything 4 promises .that:; they have a good claim; still, I am inclined to tihink tke gold is patchy, aud would advise miners who have-noncapital to:, remain away. • I v-. would very much like to see, a -few-practical miners, pos ;sessing:capital, .visit .this locality,,and thoroughly prospect the; country. But it would be foolish for miners to flock ■here,without-capital, as they, will meet with disappointment/ There ia uo donbfc the gold;is.here,but it ; will .re-' quire capital to lucate it. ,

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Not Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

Not Fair. Much tof fine |or coxnlVion un ' devstanding; are some • of ;the law's technicalities. 'A ^liorse case was being tried', and a. well-known breedei\was called as a witness. "Welt, sir, you saw'this horse?" began the defending counsel. V i' V'pq ci !• T ^ "What did you do ?'•' " I just opened his mouth -to find out how old he -.was, an' I says to him, say I, 'old' feller, I think you're pur cy good yetJ-' . " Stop ! " crie'cl the opposing counsel. " Your Honor, I object to any> ''conversation !carried on between ^the witness and';the horse' wheti the plain tiff was not present/' . - ' The objection was sus tained.

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All Gone. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

Ail Gone. Last summer a ' well-known doci or went _tov' a toWn in the jlllawarya district; for a short; rest, and boarded with a farmer who was in the hiibit oi' takings a few*'suftimer guests into hishouse to help to pjiy. the rent Some time ago the doctor reeeivfed letter from his' formenlandlady, asking: for h'iS pfttvonageduririg /the holi day months. • " There" ai'e" several little - matters that I desire changed should my. -iareity d^eitlef to pass1, ttfe'" vacation at your house," . wrot'c the • doctorjfa iii' reply. "v,Wfe don't .li'ite the ?mtlia, Mary, M©re"6ver,; we do i .not think-a-sir^ so; near»: • the: house i»T3ahitary;" Ahd this is wM'tt lie received-in"repiy: . " Mary, has" ' weht. We hain't, hiid^igs since yoji went away last Septemlber^"' ' , ' ' '.V' -: — j

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On a Government Job. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

Govcrmuent Job. ^What's .the matter with—old Fred?" asks one^vorkman. '•'E's got a splinter in his 'and," fcays another, / " Why-don't lite pull it-out ?" " Wot'I In his dinner-hour ? Not-likely. !"• '•

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State Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

State Parliament. i In the Council on -Wednesday, the Grown Lands A<jt Amendment- .Bill , was-rcad a third time.. - : 1 ■ Tlie". Attorney-rGenei\al moved the second reading of ..the Statute Law Revision J3;ll. This, lie explained, wasiuteiided *,o repeal various obsolete 1 untJ' exhausted acts, aud other parts of acts, of which the operative flections, have boen .already repealed - by various consolidations, nud to correct yarions errors in consolidated aud - other- >acts. The Staluto.Law- Revision, Bill was read a second time and passed through committee with one amendment. The second rending of the Coal Mines Regulation Bill was rejected by 21, to 8, and the 'House then, went into committee to-: further ' consider: the: Native Animal s.Protcc ii® Bill. In ..the Assembly .on Wcdnesdaj, after farther consideration of the esti mates, in .which . u few trivial- reduc tions woro.mn,de, Mr. Oarruthors asked the .Treasurer-to, givo tho Houseanop portunity of registering an ...

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Methodist Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

Methodist Church Anniversary. .The anniversary - services in connec tion with- the local-, Methodist Church were conducted, hefn- on Sunday/last by the Rev. W. GL Taylor, of, the: Central.. Methodist . Mission^ Sydney. Service was held at II: a.m.,. 3 p m. .and 7.30 p.m., large ajidienccs being present onv each occasion,, including, many ^visitors from the surrounding district... Although feeling far . trom well the Rev. Mr.- Taylor ..preached1 able and forceful sermons /nt> the morning and afternoon- service, and •was • listened to with wrapt attention - by jhose present. Rev. J.' Walker conducted the ' evening; .service.- -A now organ has justrbeen- purchased by, the trustees for theV church, 'and '■tfiis wns used for the first time on Sunday. The organ is a very sweet-tynod one,, rtni souiijdeid1 to- advantage under -the capable hands of •.tlw'organist, Mrs. R. B. tSensloy. " Special .singing and authems were ■ •rendered-. By the large choir. ' v' - . This year it: has been • ...

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Why the Servant Stopped [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903

, —— ; a* fTLy tlio Servant Stepped " Third; porvnnt : gone this month !v groaned Brown. ' ' . •*' Huh ! i You don't know how .to ireat 'otn," said Jones. Ihad trouble, too, but I don?t lmvo any now. I've learned to. treat eervauts right. <Had the samo one for three years. ' r How—"Kovv ?" gasped Bro w n. ;.:.;■ i - " Treat her ripht. ^Every iimorniwg I sond a^buneh of flower# to her room. 1 give her three nights out at week,' and slie brinus ber young man. right into Ihte parlor. • If.X.havefrieudB there I take ,'em'into the diuing'-roorar. Every "little while 1 take home theatre .tickets and give 'etii to Alary.' -:If , fih«r enn't use'em my wife and I can.- if M.iry has ft'lieadacho I Wash th'e ;:disbcs^:rJceep:tbe^ihildnm'iqniot'/i>'1b»>:' cause Mary dooH not like eNihirhu, and I rigged up ' a . ping'pong table for her ana her friends in the kitchen. I lendmyautomobile to her,to goshop 'ping.' - I've thought lately she-seemed: a bit re^tleHR, so I had hor. room ...

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