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Tumut. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Tiumit. The Federal Capital t was ;the subject of discussion in: the smoking carriage. "Wot the cleuce they picked qn- T.umut for beats me," said one of the sportsi Tlie "little man with -the .big' pip© was, as usual, I equal tos the- occasions "'I've been worrying it out," he said, " and I reckon some o' 'them , chaps in . Parliament "thinks it' might come in 'andy if ihey was tanked up to.'ave their 'ome at a - place that it don't matter whether they spell it frontways or backwards when i they arevaddressin' letters to their missuses Javelin " in "The leader."

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Auction>Sales.„ To-morrow,' at the Commercial-Htftel,' at -2 p.m., Mr. E. 0. Bray will submit to iiuction the woll-kn wn " Spring field^ estate, also a: couple of' town allotments. At the conclusion of the land sale the same auctioneer will; sell at the yards store pigs, seed uota toes, &c. • • . • •. ; . •;;; Mr. H. L. Alford conducts nis usual monthly.«ale-at <Tar«lga.,;on Tuesday next* See advertisements. Jtessrs. 0.-H.''Fti'rner • and; Co. .'Ltd. report a very successful ■ sale, on ac count of Mr^. P. McAuliife, on Hon day last, the wiole of his dairy herd being disposed'of. Springers made to £8 17/6; milch cows to ■■■^£8''. 15/,' tha average being £7. ■ ■ The same auctioneers notify 'by. ad-: veitiscmeut ill our business columns that .they, will have a norse buyer at Crookwell.to-morroyv from 10 a.m.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Both Surprised. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Both Surprised. ■ A. young- lady presented her intended witlv a- :: beautifully woi'ked paiiv of slippers, and he acknowledged the present, by sending, her his picture' encased .in. . a- handsome frame. • ■ He wrote a note to send" with it. and at .the same time replied ■■angrily .to. an oft-repeated dun for an unpaid-for •. suit - of clothes- He .engaged .a'boy to deliver the package and notes. The young"' lady re ceived a note "in jtier adored -one's handwriting, and ^ flew to her room, to devour its contents.. She opened the missive with eager fingers and iread:— ' < ll. I am getting, tired of your everlasting attentions. The grat is about worn out already. Jt never amounted to "much, anyway. . Please go -to Jeri cho!" 1 And the tailor was struck utterly dumb when lie" opened a parcel and ;discovered the portrait of his delinquent -cus toineiv-with',a note that said " When vou gaze upon my features^ think how much I owe you." Wheft. the unfortunate* young man called th...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

- - Methodist Church. . Grook^eU, 8 p.m.—Mr, T. H, Gibson. GrooXwell, 7.30 p.m.^Eay. J. Walker ■ Gullen, 11 a. m.—Mr. T. H^Qibson. Jerrara, 11 ».m.—Rev. J. *Valker, . • "VS'hceo, 3 p. m.—Kev..J. Walker-..

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Some Witty Toasts. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Some Witty Toasts. A publisher once "gave tlie following: " Woma'n,-- the fair ' work ~ in all creation,' The edition is large and no man should be without a copy." This is fairly seconded by a youth who, giving his distant sweetheart, said " Delectable -dear, so sweet that honey would blush in her presence and treacle stand appalled." i Further, in regard to the i fair sex, we have: " )Voinan, she needs no eulogy, she speaks for herself." ■ Woman, the" bitter half of man." In regard to matrimony Csome bachelor'- ori'tie gave : Marriage,'the gate through which the -happy lover leaves his enchanted groun.l and re turns to-earth,1'*At the mar riage of a : deaf and. , dtimb couple some .wit'v wished thein unspeakable bliss/' i At a siipper' givert to a writer of ' com'edies a wag said: „V The writer's . very good health. May :he live to-be: as old as his joke$l' From a law critic: "The bench-and the bnrj If ifc were not fofthe bar; there would be little use for; the'1 bench." A shoemak...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

CHURCH* SERVICES. Chorck op Enoland. Hollowing are tbe aertlcea - for Sunday a<wt■ . • Orookwell, 8 a. m;. (Holy Communion) Crocswell, H n.in, Kialla, 2.30 p. m. Crookvoll 7.30 p,m-. CrooKwell, Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. Rev. Ben Dore Bryant, Rector.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Learn i the New Shorthand. No matter where you lire, WE WILL TEACH YOIL Shor tliand. 21 lessons for 21/; postage 'extra. ' S Only, three lessons to wri^e notes ; 21 to completion. . Our correspondence^ systems of Tuition has giyen Resujul's.. v Unchallenged. - %£ /UP-TO-DATE'f Study the- Simplest and Most ~ Pkacxical'; System. *: . White fok Particulars. - W. CHARLTON MBpLE, J Gibba* Chambers, Moore-st., %dney.

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GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

GOULBXJBN TO 'CROOSWE^LL- 1INK A train leaves •Goulbum diiily.v Sundays .. ■ and Wednesdays excepted, at 7.20 ' a.m:JRoslyn, 8.55 ; arrives Crookwejl - ;. 9.50. ' A train leaves Crookwoll daily, Sundays . and Wednesdays excepted, < at 9.10 v p.m.; Roslyn, 8.55;"arrives Goulburn 5.30. , On Wednesdays trains leave Goulburn at 5.15 n.m. and 3. 20 p.m. ; Roslyn, 6.4U a.m. and 4.45 p.m.; arrive at .Crook- / •well 7.30 a.m. and 5.40 p.m. • ' On Wednesdays .trains leave Crookwell at • . 8.5 a.m. - and 6.20' p.m. ;.Rosl.vn,.8 40:. ' •, • u.m. nnd 6.50 p.'in.; arrive Gonlbura ••••*• 10.10 a.m. and 8.25 p,m; <■ ' ; ' * '

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Crookwell A. P. H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Crookwell A. P. H. Society. A committee^ meeting* of the above was held in the' School "of Arts on Tuesday night,. the President, (Mr. J;. '1'. Naughton, J. P:,) occupying the "choir. ' There/waa only, a .moderate' attendance; ^The^jotnutes of -the prt^ y.ioua. jBtseting ..were*-.:; adopted. A letternvas reoeivecl' 'fromvthe Cycle Club, re charges for ^training , on the showgrqtuid, ari l "it wiTs aecideii that the" committee charge m'embera of that club 5/' per ant.iim, and" that if they were also'membufa of'the society they Leonid' have the>use»4of the track. ree. The committee qjso decided to. charge the Cycle Club £2 2a. tor tho':<'uae of; •the ground»fdr. a day's spprts, d£l la. for-> half'a^day, aud-lO/0,.; for a dia tanee. race. If they required -the use of che pavillion and grandstand an • additional £1 1b. would . be charged. The secretary *was instructed to writa to» the '/'local, road "superintendent' .drawing his attention «to?a. drain on the ;Kialla roa...

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Events to Come. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Events to Come. Shows. _ Gunning Show, February 25 aind'SSi4' Crookwell Annual sJhonvMa.rch 10 and • lli'.-- ■ ■■ Goulburn Annual Show, March' 17, 18 • and 19.

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RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

fi.v';' . ItACESr' Goulburn Spring- Eace - Meeting, No ' : vember9.' Crookwell Race Club, Spriug. Matting; No"'* ' vemb»r 13. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT liAGGAN, And travel through Binda,' Peelwoodj." -THE DKATJGHT sTALLION, CAPTAIN^ Sir George Grey/(imp.), dam- Rose, by Toin , ?Bay, by King .Tom (imp.) Young Sir \ ■ George - Grey.: (imp.-), - was—bred • bjr John • •Beid, Esq. ^ Otago,1 New Zealand ;r;his, Bire ■ - was imported- from Scotland." •. Young Sir George' Grey's dam, Flint, by Black; Chain* - Tpion, wasrimported from •TiiBinania^-and1^. was also'ciiampion mare of the Warkdnat<Jir Shang Valley Show in 1879r she was sold for 300giuoeos und sent'to England. ' CAFEAi^ obtained first prize at the faralga shows of 1901and l902 against-all comers. - • . y.-v \v TERMS :—Single Mare,<-i!2 j for two or-* more (same owner), £1159. ■ • _ . Good and secure paddocks- at I&ggAft. . Every care taken, ' biit ua^respOTMibility. r ; • , All maroa-'to'be remoTed and paid for "by 1st January, 1904. J MAHEB & HALL, / Proprietors, Laggan. and.lrishtown,> - CAPTAIN is a dark brown ...

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It Was Not In Him. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

It Was Not In Hhn, - ' Johnny,' -said a fond mdther to her young hopeful the'other day, .after she-had returned ihome fi'om.calling: on aneigh bourf '?omeone has taken abig piece of frosted cake out ,of the pantry.' x < Johnny blushed,guiltily.'' ' Oh, Johnny!' she exclaimed 'I didn't think it was in you.' 'It ain't nH? whined the boy, |;pa^t of it is in-sister-.NeHie.-7

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British Fiscal Policy. London, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

British Fiscal Pdlicy. ' - Lotidon. November 2. > Sir W. V. Haroourt, speaking at Rawlensall,Lancashire, said it was a mere pteteuce" to allege that .the ' Bal four and Chamberlain policies were separate;: it-was a joint. stock con cern. Retaliation was nobreally aimed at he declared.^'; The real wolf was the fbod tax, which, was disgaisod in the sheep's clothing of retaliation. The wages in hbetvU'Sd England were the , highest, in' Europe, despite Mr. 'Cham berlain's contention that protection raised wages.- They, would never uuit6 thet Empire, by putting a tax on British food, and"lqavingtthe,rest of ■ the Em-, .•pire ■ untaxed^ .Mr. \GbnmberlaraV ■lirguments" were fallacious,-; and his alarms baseless. J Mr.. Seddon, Sir William Harcourfc added, seemed to be the only "professor of ecotom'y sap porting -Mr. Ch(MQbeVlain. . ■ The Agents-General,' in , thoir ad dress to the Houv .Alfred Lytfclutoni emphasised the; necessity , for a closer bond of union~botween tlio colonies and t...

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Plunder In Stocks. London, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Plunder lit Stocks. •London. November 2. The Receiver of the Unit»d States ^Shipbuilding Company declares that £13,600,000 worth of bonds and stocks have, been issued agfiinst pro povt es' whose book value: waft £2,500,000, and whose earning1: power jvas £500,000, instead of the £8QOjOOO claimed. He chard'titerxs'es this as .wholesale plunder. ^ " •

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

CHAPTER V. Then'beg'ns a molanoholy time , in Eileen's life, so long; bo dull, so ionely are tlie days. The light dies out of her •yes and tlio colour out of her cheoks, and, "worse than all, the life and spirit seem to fade from her work. L joking over her portfolios listlessly one even ing s'nf> sees, to her dismay, t}jat the old verve that distinguished her work is lacking now. - " That was ray best point," she DiuSmars, aud' the weak tears rise; "dud now my pictures all seem devoid of 'life."' . . ■■■■■■■'. • .For solace and companionship she has Mr."Johnson, who's, like " Darby own,!.'very much tho'paEie-aiVK&ys.' At : iulervgja come'' jubilant' letters froni jjahtia, to which Eileen writes flippant replies,^fram^-the perusal of ■which it would indeed be difficult to guess the little writer's state of mind; and so the dark days go on. - Coming home one bleak November afternoon, chilled and dispirited by the depressing fog, which has rendered drawing any longer imposs...

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EILY DARLING. CHAPTER IV. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

EILY JJARLING. , - CHAPTER IV. (Continued).: . The girls.see lier- to-*,the door and> •• help her to got into a very quiet little; b'tbugham which appears as if by m&gic, ani :Bh&; nods* and: smiles. and--1 waves her- hand out of the window till. ' alw disappews ronnd the corner of tho street. • .. ... "I shall call on Ellis and Ellis'the first thing in the morning," says JiiJeen} with much decision. ' SKhlia" laughs feebly. "It is all so funny," she observes— " so odd —like a fairy godmother in a nrfraery'talo." . \They;talk over this.wonderful ev«nt.< the whole evening, and consider it: from every possible and impossible point of;.view. . In.the^ marning they : call .on Messrs. Ellis and -Ellis, and "•find, that; highly :respectable firm is inclined to look upon^Dahlia . Johnson as a, very; lucky young woman tchave attracted the notice of such a lady as Miss Phcobe-Al'Iu tyre.; . - Thou for three days tbeyj live-'in<.-a''state of exciter 'm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

AUCTIONEERS' ADVERTISEMENTS. Dairy Farm. GROOKWELL DISTRICT. E. C. BRAY ■HaB been favou^ed-withvinstructions" from v^>:'A-iiIi[e';Exeeu<i(ii8.'a£.tiiei.WiU":o{ tlio late John Reuben Moon' deceased, to sell by-auction, "at* McGuiness's Hotel, Cirookwell, On Saturday, ?tli lTov.> ' 1 At 2 o'clock GontaJmng;420'ftcre3, 2-miles from Crook-, well Rail-way Station, one and a quarter vVmilo-from Crookwell;;Butter: Factory. —Homestead (brick); containing^ rooms, 1 kitchen,, extensive she Is, .stables,; >'.V' apdtill necessary:outbuildings required -fpr tlie working of a* first-class dairy , farm. The Farm js subdivided into., thirteen, pad-; ■ v.docks j'aboiit 60, acres nowsunder crop,; ■ • v permanently watered; will dairy 50 to> (JO cows. ' /Hie.Auotionsei'iwouldv draw special :ak - teutiotti.toi-rtliia '; sale,>' tiS i.''Springfield," • .■is admitted to'•be i the^-.piok of jCrookwell diatrict.iso that anyone-in queBt of a re munerative home cannot do. better tha...

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Armetrian Refugee Society. London, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Armctriun Itehigee Society. • Loudon. November 2. : A bomb, lined to, explode in two hours, wan delivered at the domicile of; K uroghian; the editor• of tha " Toung Armenian" at Boston.- It'was Kure . gliian who voluntoered ^-to identify - Krikorian,-another" Modefr&te .now .in ..London, and whb has been .threatened Jvith death for alleged complicity in the mulder of M Sagouni, .the Presi dent of tbe Armenian Refugee. Society;: Nazarbek, leader of the Moderates in Switzerland,. has bedti'stabbed in the back, but without faidl'Vesults.

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Return of Cardinal Moran. London, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Return of CardHHil Moron/** ■ ' 'London. "NnvRmlier 2. Cardinal Gotti, Prefect of the Pro-, 1 paganda, conferred ; with Cardinal Moran upon the whole ecclesiastical situation in Australia just prior to: thu •latter's departure f rom-^RomB.' ,The ;Pope sent Gitrdihal1 Morau a" magnifi cent mosaic cross: for St.- Mfcry's Cathedral Bazaar, witli a-irind- mes sage. . His Holiness is also sending to ■Sydney a, lar^ .portrait of himself, ^painted -in" oils;" ;On the eve of their starting for Australia, -the Pope sent Cardinal Moran and Dean O'Haran autograph photographs of himself, ac coinpanying the gift .for -the Cardinal with a warm> expression of estewn.. Aatlio result of a fire which broke out in a private apartment .over the Vasican Library, ip Rome, three rooms were burnt out.' < Ntfhe of the valuable books and'rnanuscripts in the library ■Were injured. \ At tbe Pope's instance, the1 Italian rfiremen co-operated with the Vatican •Jiremen in extinguishing the fire. A' ...

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