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Our Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903

Onr . Aflvertisfirs." ^ " The attention of readers is- specially" directed to the advertisements appear-; 'ihg in this issue.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Poet's Corner. LIFE'S SCARS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903

Poet's Corner. IIFE'S SCABS. ^Tax* may the 'world ia round, and'yet I oftewthrmk it square; . So may little Hurts we get; . Kraut corners Here and there. Bnt Mr great truth in lifo I've found, ; WM1» journey ing.t& the ■west; folia T*h<y really wound ■ Are tbos» we Jove the beat. ■ . Tha man yon thoroughly'despise Can itmso your wrath,tin true; Annoyance-in your heart will rise A4ftbfngs mere-strnngersdo; ; Xfat Utasa'are only passing ills; ®ti»r«Je all lives will prove— . . Ha mulling wound which ache4 and thrills . . 7a dealt by hands we lore. ; ■ ■' .. ■> f The choicoat~g.irb, the- gweetfiat grftce,. Aiftoft to*traoger8vahown ;■ ; ^nSreireTnn mien, the frowning face, Ate gif.en to our own; . Wa^ttcr those we scarcely know, »■ ■ We (bur the fleeting guoafc,., Aatdea! full many a thoughtless blow . "XrtSos* we-love the best. Xora does not grow on every tree, • Nor tree hearts yeaily blooin; Alas for those who only see '• fhia cut,across the tomb!' ■ Bnt, aooif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903

"IRWiiiilillil We-do liot adrerfcise much,' PUR- 7GObDS y"SELL THEMV ' ^ SELVES7i,but' in ease you do notjknow' us" we take -this Xo Supply all ^our F'armiaud StatCbn Req^uiremeiits > 10 pel cent, below any House m ] —*- Crookwell. Call and compare OUR * PRICES for this' season's SHEAH-IlXrO SXJFPLIEIS Befove purchasing elsewhere, or ask your neighbour who has ~ already done business with „us and he "will tell you how ,* much? he has &aved hy poing business with us. We do the Largest Business. WHY ? Because we hold tli«] Confidence of the buying public. ' _ ONE.. TRIAL WILL CONVINCE, YOU. Eaithtully Yotirs, WHITE BROS. THE LEADING GENERAL STOKES, Near the Post Office. , Town Customers Waited Upon for Orders. [ESTABLISHED 1891.] PENBERTHY AND DONNELLY, Leading Coachbuilders and Harness Manufacturers, OOITX.BUR.JNT, < HAVE , APPOINTED ' * MR. - E. - FL. - MAR.BLS, General Smith' and Horseslioer, Goulburn-strect, Crookwell '.T (opposite Court". House) Celebrated S...

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GOULBUBN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903

GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE.   A train leaves Goulbum daily, Sundays and Wednesdays excepted, at 7.30 a.m. ; Roslyn, 8.55 ; arrives Crookwell 9.50. A train leaves Crookwell daily, Mondays and Wednesdays excepted, at 3.10 p.m.; Roslyn, 3.55; arrives Goulburn 5.30.   On Wednesdays trains leave Goulburn at 5.15 a.m. and 3. 20 p.m.; Roslyn, 6.40 a.m. and 4.45 p.m.; arrive at Crook-   well : 7.30 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. Ou Wednesdays trains leave Crookwell at 8.5 a.m. and 6.5 p.m ; Roslyn, 8.40 a.m. and 6.50 p.m.; arrive Goulburn 10.10 a.m. and 8.25 p.m.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903

OUR POLICY     The Argyle Liberal is not owned, subsidised, controlled or run at the dictation or suffrance of any clique or party, but as a free and independent journal in the interests of producers. Its columns are open for the free discussion of all public matters while all are invited to contribute items of interest touching pastoral, agricultural, mining and social matters. This journal will be outspoken, consistent, impartial and representative and on this policy we will rely for its success and advancement. TO BUSINESS MEN If you are in business you must adve- tise. Competition is too keen now-a- days for any business to jog along in the old-fashioned manner. Business men must proclaim to the public all about their wares. and those who do this most     persistently are invariably those who succeed.     Put an advertisement in the ARGYLE LIBERAL, and you are sure of it being read from one end of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 October 1903

T. Sherriff, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. Kadwell, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. Mrs. Le Count, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. Mrs H. Willis, Goulburn-street, Crook- well.           Bakers - E. Parker, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. J. Kelly, Goulburn-street, Crookwell.   G. Leahy, Denison-street, Crookwell. Blacksmiths-   E. Rice, Goulburn-street, Crookwell.   T.H. Gibson, Colyer-street, Crookwell.   T'hompson and Murphy, Roberts street, Crookwell.   E.L. Marks, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. Tailors. J.M. Pedley, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. W. Munro, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. C. H. Warn, Goulburn-Street, Crookwell. Hairdressers and Tobacconists                             &nbs...

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BEHIND THE TIMES (To the Editor Argyle Liberal.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

- BEH[ND THE TIMES (Id tlie ISdiior A.rgt/le Liberal.) ' | Sir,—Some little, time' since the. local Progress- Association took ■ up the matter of the omission of the Orook ■ivol 1 lainfairVecoi cls.;froni-.the weather chart: which is posted twice daily at the General Post Office, Sy Jney, and from which the dailies compile their tabulated statements. I believe the matter.-was brought under the notice of Mr;- Russell; Government Astron omer.:-:, Is anything; further be ngi done in the -matter by the Progress Association, or are they resting on their oars? In any case, I notice that: :Crook\yell rainfall is still omitted. Yours," &o..r. ■' - TRAVELLER. [There is no doubt of -the import ance-of tliis matter. Surely themem bey for the . district,- if approached, vyald have no trouble in having this notified immediately. .That would koe th» proper mode of procedure.—. 'Ed. A.LJ,

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Open Column. [While these columns are open for the free and full expression of opinions of correspondents on all public questions, it must be distinctly understood that we do not endorse such opinions. Ed. A.L.] MR. CONROY, M.H.R. AND THE COMMONWEALTH ARBITRATION BILL. (To Editor Argyle Liberal.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Open Column. [■.While these columns are open for the fee and full expression of opinions - of correspondents on all-public ques tions, it must le distinctly understood ■ ' that toe do not endorse such opinions. - Ed. A.Z.] MR. CONROT, AND" THE COMMONWEALTH ARLSITllA TtON BILL. , (lo Editor Argyle Liberal.) . ■ Sir,—In speaking in. the Federal Par-' liaruent recently on the proposed Con ciliation and . :A.rbitrarion- Bill,- Mr. Conroj, for -Womwii, main tained subs tan fci ally, according to. re ports,, tbat : the- te-olnviga ot history were ngains: th^ wisdom of establish ing such: a court, and alleged that efforts to promote .industrial legisla-. ■tion in l.he past lmdfaiif.fi, though, in Mr. C.'s opinion,-theearlier attempts to so legislate were made midi-r sim pler conditions ' than now prevail; While believing , Mr. Conroy seeks, according to his lights, to pro mote the national wia!, ! respectfully bog to differ with Jiffxleductious trom ''historical tacts and.lehjrences, both,...

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

School ©f Arts. The,, usual• monthly meeting of1- the above, which should have..been held on Tuesday, night.' lapsed-fof; the'/■^ant of a quorum. ; 1 . _ The oflicia.1 estimate of the acres under wheat for'1908 is 1,826,943 acres, as compared , with X,GOO,84.8 acres last year. ' - - Swine fever has occunediat Ulmarra, .thu:local .inspector having-' destroyed 30 out of 70 jigs on one furrn,

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Debating Club [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Debating Club The CJrcotewell debating ~ cliibs journey.* to Taralg'a to-nightr for. the 'purpose of debating the whifce Australia qaestiou. Our representatives intend affii'mnig the principle. We feel •.confident:, they, will .-render:*:good account of them selves. '

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LAGGAN. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

LAGGAN. | . (From our C&rre&pondcni.J. j HAre DrtiyE.—A lmlf-day; hare drive, ■ organised by llr, M. Clancy took place on Mr.- W. Henderson's, property on Monday afternoon, when 160 of this pest to farmers, bat the joy of-, a great mauy hawker and dealers in" tbe metro poli«,v bit./the; .dust, Mr. :1\ Clancy, captained the shooters, and Mr. J. .Woods,:: Bern*, captained ., the- drivers; Following are1 the scores :—IV Clancy 38;- G Kin- 37, J. "E. Broderick 27, Di -Caroy 24',-M. Clancy 20,J;.Garrollan 14. > ,:;The -crops and grass are loo"lrfng splendid. -

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Crookwell Choral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

•.' • - / ■ I t.l —»•- ■ r Crookwcll ChoraL Society. ; The second meeting of the abovo ws held in-the School of Arts on Tuesday night, there beinj; a large attendance of members. The president (Dr. i Fitspatrick) occupied the the chair, i The-object,of thejmeeting was to con sider the rales, regulation and by-laws i drafted by the committee for the gov i ernmeut of the society; After a con siderable amount of disoussiou the rales were'adopted' .011 the- motion of Mr. Shate, seconded .-"by- Mr.-. Alford. The following are the" office-bearers:— j. President, Lir. Eitzpatrick-; vice-pre ridents, Messrs; G.-: it.;. Edwards vjjid S. Shate ; hon. sec. and treasurer,' Mr.: H. L. Alford ; committee, Misses i Evane, Little and ;CwfEoy, and Messrs.. i-B A. Hivwland • and W.'Oliver ; hon; conductor, Mr. Ei L. Kingsmillhon. ! accompanist, Mr. W. A* Gaspers, as sistant accompanist, .-MisBirv.-Mi.. Ken-, nedy. Wo understand the firsts-practice will cake place next Tuesday-<>iglit.

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RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

BAILWAY PARCELS BATES. v--<- THojFollo'«*'»»fcg im. 4J-*3 : aw«K-^' bliaj^fcur^urj; tlio carriage- of parcels on the Government railways:— Stamped Parcels (Prepaid) Rat*s, . .: Up to 40 miles-rr31b.>&nd und<3^.,3d ;_8lb.£9 71b., .3d; 71b. to 141b.", 6d • 141b. tq 281b., 3d; 281b. to 661b., 1/; 661b. to 841b., 1/6 j every additional Hlbs.^ojr part thereof 3d. For 51 to 150-miles—31b. and-under 6d; 31b. to Tib".; 9d; 71b.,to 141b., 1/; 141b. to 281b., 1/6; 281b. to 561b.t 2/6"; 66lb, .to 841 b.r.3/6; every additional 141b, or purt thereof, 9d. For 151 to 200 milea—31b. andunder, 1/x . 31b... to: 71b., 1/3; 71b. to 141b.,- 119} 14'b, to' 281b., 2/9; 281b, to 561b;, 4/;' 66It. to 84lb.. >5/3.; every additional 141b,>or "part thereof, 1/. Ovar SOO miles—31b.nnd'under, .-1/S: 3lb.. '' to 71b., 21} 71b. to 141b.. 2/6; 14!b. to 281b., 4/ ; 2Slb. to 561b., 6/; 581k to •v v- 841b:, 8/; every additional 141b;- or part thereof, 1/6. ' '* ' All f ract ions ...

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A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

A Narrow Escape. Mr. D. L.-O'Brien of Junction Point an old age pensioner, had the . misfor tune to be very severely. burnt: on last Tuesday morning through his tent i catching fire. : It appegrs that...on. .re tiring to bed he left a- lire : burnilig-at the mouth of the tent, . and when lie i awoke his clothing was - in a mass of flames. He had to bovrow a suit' of clothes from a man who lived close by. . First aid waa rendered to the sufferer by Mrs. JoneS, the post-mistress. He was then convoyed to Crook well by. Mr. Marks, and then sent to the Gou!-' burn Hospital. . (Hurry 'up Crookweell with the cot tage Hospital!) '

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STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

' STOCK BATES TO FLEMINGTON. - ■ : • The jatojjer.truok (cattle or sheep) fronj Crookwellto Flamington is 6/9,

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Juvenile Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Juvenile Ball. The abov-i took' place in the skating rink on M jiiday. uiglifc and was largly attended there being; about 200 pro seL.t, the gender sex predominating We notice that the adults greatly, availed, themselves of the opportunity Of (ripping the light fantastic and never" gave the juveniles much oppor tunity of enjoying themselves. Messrs. J. Kennedy and Wal Baxter were the Mf.G.. The m-jsio was supplied by Messrs P. J. il/uiler, Wal Baxter and F. B oy s (violins), and • M essrs.Jloun slow and Kindon -(piafio). ■ '1 he ex tras were played: by Miss Warn. The Town Band also ■ supplied the. music for several dances* Dancing was kept going until morning when all wended their way homeward quite satisfied with the night's enjoyment. .

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GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

GOTTLBUKN TO CKOOKWEI/L IJUfc,: A train leaves Goulburn daily,' Sundays . Wid .Wednesdays v excepted;1 at 7.39 .a.m.; Ko«lyn,8.55; arrives Crookfrell 9.60. •A.,.- train ; leaves Crooltwelldaily; Sunday*. - -■■■. and ^ Wednesdays .excepted, , at ^a.J.0. i n-p.m; ;;Koslyn, 8.65; arrives Goulburn 5.80. ' , On .Wednesdays trains leave Goulburn ■; ■ i... : . 5.15 a.m. and 3. 20 p.m,:■ Roslyn, 6,40 iv. . a.sav and ,4.45 p.m.; arrive at Crookr well 7.30 a.m. and 5.30 p.nj. I On Wedueadays trains leave Croekwell at 8.6 a.m. and 6.5 p.m.; -Roslyn; 840 a.m. and 6.50 p.m. {.arrive-tioulbara 10.10 a.ui. and 8.25 p.m. i

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First Snipe [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

First Snipe Mu. Ai Kershaw succeeded in shooting the first; snipe- of-the season .yesterday afternoon ..on the Crook wull River near Mi\ Blackmail's residence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Learn the New , ' Shorthand. ; =•••« ,'x-'-t"?:f"i'v"«¥"v^^.v No matter where you live* WE WILL TEACH YOU Shorthand. 21 lessons for J21/ ; postage extra. ^ Only three lessons tc \yritp notes; 21 to completion. Our correspondence system ot Tuition has given results' •unchallenged. BE UP-TO-DATE!; Study, the Simplest'and mosy • Practical System. ✓ -write fob ' particulars w. chablton hubble,' < jjibbs' chanibsrfi, moore-eft, sidney,

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Preferential Trade. LONDON, Oct 13. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Preferential Trade. Londom, Ocfc lS. Sir H. IT. Fowlkr 1ms addrossed a meeting at Glasgow in reply to Mi'. Chamberlain's speech. He declared, that the taxation \o£ the whole community foi the benefit of one olass was a principle to -.which-, freetraders •.-wer<rcoustautly: opposed. ; Lord Roseebery wroto stating En'g land without preparation or not ice had -•been brought blindfold- to the brink, of protection. ■ ' Mr. .Sryce, speaking, at- Tumbrige Wells in- opposition to- Mr. Chamber lain's proposals, said that any .-weaken-, iug of heart. of, the Empire would i weaken- the Empire. r | . Lieutenant-Colonel Bromley-Daven j port, speaking at Macclesfield, said that he had been advocating retalation for 17 yeiirs. . ' ' - :

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