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Poet's Corner. Old Stones in New Settings. [FOR THE Argyle Liberal.] [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903
Font's - Comer . / • Stones in New Settings. ■> ..[Foa the -Argyll Lilfrais\ •Old Mfttber : Hnfebird went., tor,the: cnp-. board , To get Hubbard's" elector's right.; - Hat. ere she -grabbed it,.thuuat&lt;i- had ■■ nnbbfl'd'it • .: And Hubbnrd-got drtmk for spite. - Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep, } r 1 "Prom Mncqnarie-street they've wand . erea ; > Leave them' alone, and some will come home TA>«ee what the o:h>va have squandered. How doth the little busy bee,-^ ; > .Unlike the M.L.A.— Curry the honey to the hire • _ it not away. -- Tkkidy-Pikkidy, my black hen> ■ She lays egsrlets now. and then;. • Bat Parliamentary Candidates " . . Appear iust now te love;nil n\ep;&lt;.. Jirttle .Tuck Hcrner sat in Che corner 'Scooping' in all the new» :- ' •> •• • He rexd'half a page, and flew in a rage— 'Twai itn ad. f.r a new kind of booze. • J. E. C.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903
AUCTIONEERS' ADVERTISEMENTS JEI. C. BRAY • >!Has.been. favourect.with> instructions from' : - .-tho Executdi's of . tliovWill• of the . late . ; .-John-Reuben -Moon, .deceased;.to Roll r -by" auction;- HitsMcGtuinesa's: Hotel, iCrookwell, | ''Oil Saturday, 7th Nov., . .U-:.V - .At 2 ofclock. •• "Springfield," Contu.!miig420 ncrea, 2 lmlea from Crook .-welLRailwny Station; one and aquarter ^ r:>:milo -from Crookwoll - Buttor: OPautory.' • '.Homostfead (briclf ); containing 6 rooms, c1 v^ 'vkitchen,',extensive " • she Is; stables, """jincl.alVnecessary outbuildings required for.:thoiworfeing. of: a -first-class dairy faun. The Farm: is-sufedmdedinto thirteen pad >.•••••-!-:.i\dock9 ;.about!60 acres'now under .prop, -. • ^ watered; will dairy 50-to bO cows ^ ■v;ji T-h.3, Auctionser.- would draw, special at -tenfaon»to: .this. ■ sale,-: ins "Springfield," ^-1b admitted to., ter the-pick of ; Crookwell. • distwctr"so fh'af anyone r in quest of a re-: munerativev homo - Cannot...
The Federal Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903
The Federal Campaign. The feceral campaign was formally, opened at Ballnrat on Thursday night, when-Mr. Deakin addressed a modor etely attended meetu g ofhisconstitu ents. ' Ji'lie speaker gave a resume of ••the woi-k of the>last Parliament, - denied the statement of the leader of the Opposition that Sir Jidmund Bar ton had been, deliberately squeezed .1 out of office. The- Commonwealth,, which collected a notxcustoms ivrevenae- ■ of £11,500,000, was returning to the six sub-divided States from £7,000,000 fo £8,000,000: a: year; After- referring to 'the establishment of .;tho ';High Court, Mr. Deakin said we had on the .... sta'ute book the most liberal electoral - law ever devised on this side- of the r world. He defended, the Government^,..,■■■.. action in regard to' the electoral boon-; daries. Mr. Ileid addressed an immense • audience at Maryborough ■ (Vic.) -:J?ri-.:. day night, and had an enthusiastic „■■■.. reception. Sale of .Dairt Stock.—Messrs. B'urner and Co. Limited r...
Moroccan Rebellion. LONDON, Oct. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903
Moroccan Rebellion. London, Oct. 81. The bulk of the army which the Sultan of Morocco led against the Pretender^ in theu North oi' the Sultan's ' da minions is rproceMing to Ujda, an imporfont border town,; erL. route to the nearest ■ Algerian port. The- Army will be con veyed by French steamers to Tangier. The operations against the Pretender; have been suspended, ostensibly ou ac. ' of the approach of- Winter. The Sultan declares,'" also, that he is anxious to return to Fez, the capital, to cele brate the ^ great fast of Ramadan with his loyal- sub jects. , _ , The Sultan has (evacuated -Tesa, and the pretender is now master of: iN orthern Dlox*oceo..
Missing Steamer Ovalau. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903
Missing Steamer Oviilau. i The.-, island■■ tra ling- , steamer, Ovalau, .■■■■Burns,- I-hilp and Oo , on Sunday. was 10 days; overdue at Sydney, and^it is. 16 days since she left "Norfolk Island, enroutefrom the" Solomon Is lands. She was to have called at Lord Ho\ye Island, but it i^ not Known, if she. reached rfJwryr*- - tliere are a number of well known residents of Sydney, and great anxiety - has been felt all the week by their friends and" relations. The opinion gener.: ally held in' shipping and other circles,-, is that the Ovalau ha had an accidentr,to■ her machi nery, ... and is drifting". Six steamers, on'different courses, are now engaged, hunting for' her, and word of the missing ! trader may arrive at any moment. [by wire.] Sydney, Monday. News has been received - to-,, day. stating that, the .. Ovalau caught fire . and : foundered off Lord' Iiowe'Islandon the 20th October. " A.11 hands were saved.
Big Robbery At Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903
j Big Robbery At'Jftimwortli. The police on. Saturday re ceived advice of an exi ensive !robbery committed at Tarn-' worth" during the morning. ' The "victim jiras Henry George; i-lewis, jeweller. _At"3 o'cldet the premises - were secure^ but' rat four the front, door: - was found open, and an examination -showed that : a" considerable haul' of- watches, rings, &c.j valued at £130, had been• secured. There were no marks in dicating burglarous entr$.
Obit[?]y. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903
Obituary &nbsp; v: 'ftr>i6::ourunpleasant duty'to have to, i record the death of Mrs. E. Sheehy,-of Norfc'i Wlieeo, which sad . event took placu Wednesday,- 28th inst.j tlie^ause of death being: pneumonia. The de i .ceased was only .ailing a few .weeks, and was under the care of Dr. Fitz \Patrick, :who entertained no hopes of recovery from the outset. Deceasod i was 67 yearB of age, and was born in ■Tipperary, Ireland, and had resided in this district for over . 40 years. fShe was highly respected by all with whom she came-in contact. Mrs. Sheehy was a sister of Mrs.f.James Sheehy,. of C;ookwell, Mrs. Ryan, of Juuee,- Mr. T. McCoruiack, of Lake Cowal, aiid !• and- -Mr. H. McGormack of -Wheeo. She leaves a husband and 11 children . (7? sonB- andi,4 ^daughters). to. mourn" their loss; The . daughters are-^-Mrs. Le Count, Crookwell, Mrs. Kiddie, Sydney, Miss A. Sheehy. Wheeo, and Miss A M. Sheehy, Goulburn. The sons are : - Messrs. John, Timothy,. Thomas,- M.j James and E - ...
Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 3 November 1903
Postal and Railway Information. ^ Mails Close - at Ch For Goulburn, via Laggan and AVoodhouso ^ lee, at 4 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, ■ r and,; Friday;,.and ■ by - direct - route at .. '4.45 on I'tiugday, Thursday, and Sat-. urday. FoivBinda, Tuesday, -Thursday, and :Sat ,ni'day, at 10.45. ForPejar and Kialla, Tuesday,"' Thursday, ■ and Satijrday, at 11.45 a.ni. &lt;. . ., For Glengarry, Saturday,'at 10.30 a.m. ForWlieeo,v Tuesday ..and. Saturday, tl.4'5 ; p.m. ,, Maim:abrive&lt;vt Crookweci.— • *' From Goulbura; via Laggan and Woofl houselee,-: Tuesday, Thursday, and. Sat-: ' urday, ac 9.45 a.m.; and by direct . route on Monday,. "Wednesday,/and Friday, at 9 a.m. From • Binda, - Monday, Wednesday,and Friday, at 3 p.m. From Pejar and Kialla," .Tuesday, Thursday, and "Saturday, at 11 a.m. ~s. . Froni Glungarry; Friday; at 3.30. ' \ From ~W hoco, Tuesday and Saturday, & X>.m.
GOULBURN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903
eOULBUENNOTSB. ' (B}1 Our Correspondent.J 1 Stock. Sales. — To-day's . market brought:.a fair attendance of buyers butyardings in both sheep and. cattle were somewhat smaller, than last w,eek. Prices on cho average, kept well, up to recnnt results.. One yard•of ^-fat.bal ?locks made up to £12; a few fat cows brought,£8. Only about, half-a-dozen stores forward,;: and those went- at; about previous: lates. . On® pen fat wethers brought. 18». Cd, others from 17s to 17s Cd. No store-sheep offering to speak- ot./ Several western district rnnboldei's have.been .in town chiefly after store cattle-daring-, the Avaek.,' At MeasiB.-O. H. -Furner : and- rCo's." Ltd. .horsGsaIe iieId on^Tnesda.7 about 140 head weTO yarded, and -100'-,6old;/ Tue chief"demand was. for hackneys and flight _ harness horses,- a:nd for-, sorts suitable to the Ii>dian.market—-several purchases being-niado for that, pur pose, I understand, „by:~ Sydney men? 13raughtsibrought;-fromsJE15v.t6 £25, lights young; harness...
The Wheat Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903
The Wheat Harvest. • Pre-harvest '-wheat estimates have been put' forward in several states Qiteenslapd expects 3,000,000 bushels, 'New'South Wales -20,000,000, bushels, ',Viotoria2Gi000,000 bushels, and South i AuBtralia> 1&,000,000 bushels. Present prospects! fftvbnr'an Australian orop of about -66>000,000 vbrahels, ;which if harvested will |>e an easy record. The various roports-vreaohing. Sydney ju dicata that in- none of the Status is the' new croplikeljjto beanearly one, the weut ier being such as'to: promote a ~ gradual ripening only. A little rust has shown up among,weak, wheats, and with,a ;loug>BpelLo£ .muggy, weathtily it might; spread rapidly, and cause mucn damigo, but othorwise the position is tolerably jsafe.- . \ '
Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903
Sydney Commercial. Messrs.--Ellis & Go. report.:-— - Pigs in only moderate supply. Priine quality baconers and ■ porkers, also- b'^avy fbackfattei's,: ar^' iu brisk demand at high prices'. A. 601b porker : is worth 32s, baconer 1201b worth 57s, Store pigs aro soiling steadily at pay able figures, "y;iz:9s..t6,23s.; .' big 'for ward kinds up '.to 33s' .6ach. Rough inferior kinds are unsaleable;- .Calves in rnod&lt;*i?ate supply, Prime kinds all vieights command- keen, compotitiou at higli' prices. Iiiferior and roDgh sorts find . buyers .1 at?* full values. Prime vealers, 901b to 1201b,-24s to' 48s 6d ;• heavy sorts to £3 los;. extra heavy up to £4 10s. V Milch cows in light supply and goo^l demand at £5 to £ 13 10s each. The -tnarket for chaff firmed • this week* prime samples advauced 7s 6d per ton ; yuling values; prime ;to -choice old IJs^/d to^s 2d; faulty from 2s; good to-prime new 3s 6d-to 3s 9d, medium to good-2s 9d to 3s 3d, interior from-Is 6d por-ewt. Straw...
MARCONIGRAMS. (From our Correspondent.) MIDDLE ARM CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903
MARCONIGRAMS. (iron, our. Correspondent.)' MIDDLE; .'ARM--. CRICKET. A .MITCH between; tbe ■n«)wly-f6rine'3 Middle Arm Q;G; and "Out Boys" club was played on Saturday last and resulted in ft' w i nf o i\th e liome team ,.by the; small margi t;-of ■ 5 rn ns. Con sidering this'is the: first' rivitchtke, -/Middle Arm team' Have-played, it was a decidedly creditable win against such a ^formidable combination a* '? Oupi Boys." Middle Arm scored 55 rnns,'->J; Mullcr, J.. Careyjind M. Hah ijan, wererthe chief b jorers. The visit ing team scored,;50—Cumberland, P. .'Janes, and S. Todkill contributed- ihS. .most runs. The success of the home team-iwas mainly due to the effective bowlihg .of M. Hannan, . who took six. wickets fofr l&runs.' J.V Muller and Hi QallaKher also bowled well. "Our . Bays' " trn'ndlers. were A; Yeadon,. W-V •Bates and--M.'Hili., ■ . After the match :-both teams were .treated to luncheon, kindly provided by the ladies jf Middle Arm,... . . November!^.-. ,
LAGGAN NEWS. (From our Correspondent.). [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903
LAGGAN NEWS ,v . (From our Correspondent.). Weather.—The wea'her-lately is all that could be desired, as regards the farm aud dairy. There was some rain here oo^Alonday, accompanied by heavy thunder. Out towards-RoElyri ,tbe rain appeared to be.much heavier, and hail felV in places. ■ Shearing.—-This is being dejayed .by the wet weather, ihe sheep being qoaooner dry than a shower, of rain; will wet them again. viMosfc >of the Bheep are carrying very heavy.-fleeces this;year, and the clip premises to be very good. . Tennis.- The members of the •Red back Tennis Olub joifrueyed here on Saturday lact, and succeeded in de feating th? localclab &lt;by . the narrow margin of three games.' The local club could only muster seven members, two ladies amd five gentlemen, the best players playing three or1 four times; This accounted for i^the elosenoss oE the scores. For newly-formed -clubs the display of tennis; was .very good.®" Mbbbto. Fairly .aud -Munro captained.' the respective ...