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The Far East. London, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

The;. Far East. London^ . Although there wor* 20,000 Ohinese troops' 'near the Manchurian capital, Mukden, "vrheni^was recently re-taken poHgossion of by Russian; forces, no fighting' resulted, as the commanders were ordered to avoid coming into collision. . The re-occupation is attri-. bated Ao the snmmary decapitation by Chinese' officers' of a- noted brigand? who,- until recently, had command'ol tlilvRussiab-'Trregulaf Police- in Man charia. Russia demandod tlie execu tion of"the ofiicers, and ■ the Chinese suggested- that they should morely f.be* ^exiled, but before the negotiations, Ave re concluded ."'che Russians - seized Mukden. ■ ■ ■ *-■ . The Russian Viceroy iir *th6a'Far East, has decided that the sliips of Hie Russian squadron}"-''which bo directly commands, shall winter at the-open seaport of Vladivcstock, and cot at Port Arthur.. The. Viceroy's decision is attributed in Pekin to a fear .that tho Japanese might '' successfully blockade Port Arthur.during the- win ter se...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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New Zealand Land Act. (To Editor Argyle Liberal.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

New Zealand Land Act. . (lo Editor Argyle Liberal.) Sib,—Throijgh-.onr -Jftlfe sherriff, , Mr. Gtarles &owpelyno,w l'esidiiig' iniNew Zt-aiaud, I'linve just received fvonv the office of Mr. Maekunzie, tbe Commis sioner of Crown Lands, Now ' PJy .mouth,' a copy of the New Zealand Land Act i/f 1892, corrected to the 21st October, 1903. By this Act, it appears that tho land there is- open for selection,^either.• for cash,- cc-* cupation with right to purchase, or for flense iu perpetuity at the option of l'the selector, on and ' after flie 12th day of August, 1903."' Cash System —14 the; case of' sur veyed lands oue fifth of the price is to •bb paid immediately after the applica tion has been appr yed, and the bal ance, together with the Crown grant fee, within 30 days. Improvements . to the extent- of £1 per acre for first class land, and 10s per acre for second class land must be made within seven years, v . Occupation with Right to Purchase System.—The reut is 5 :percent, on...

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

Obituary News "was received in Grookwell' oi*v Tuesday of the death of Adj. Charles Bensley, the Bad event taking place at Kalgoorlie, West Australia, on Satar day last, after a, short illness. De ceased, who was only 35 years of age,. ^vas the eldest son of tho late Mr. H. vBe'usley, of Crookwell, and was &>. native . of- this district. Deceased .served his: apprenticeship to the print ing on the etaffi. o£- tho " Crookwell-i! (Gazette, " but as soon - as. his appren ticeship was finished he went into the work of the Salvation Array, wherein he -has been.a faithful worker for some: - 1-1 years or more, and; by his sterling, 'manly iife - .made himself beloved 'by-, all who camo in contact with him. Deceased was a brother of Mr. Ed. Bensley, and nephew of Messrs.. •James, William and .R. B. Bensley, and Mi b.-.D. Rumble, all residents , of bf this tdwn. • Deceased was married jabout ten months ago to Miss.' (Cap-: itain) ilackey.

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LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

LATEST NEWS!. . WIEE.] : Sydney,1 Thursday. , The third day's raoiug of.the V.R.Qt 'took- place at Elemington to-day, withi , the following results ;• Hard e Bacfr— iBe^a,. Betrayer, Cynic. . Nnrseryy Handicap : Sarto, Blinkers; Boabdil. -- • Michael Percival Cosgrove coayicted > of obtaining money, by false pretences--., in regard to a mining-claim near Mud gee, was sontenced: to five .years' penal^ servitude. Judge Heydon ■- in- passing - sentence said the crime vibb a-ver^: serious one. The manner, in > -wJiicb,v i the whole of CosgrovVs business;; ha&> been carried on," satisfied him that the ■ prisoner was a most acaoinplislied anijL. dangerous rogue.. • , : ' - - London, Wednesday.; i: . .Revolutionists in Panama, including-, j representatives of all political parties,, 'aflev impii»oning^tho Governor, seized - "some Columbian -cruisers and "pro claimed the independance - of tho .isthmus. An Englishman lias been arrested at Puris for robbing. French northe...

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

TO CONTRACTORS,. TENDERS are called for the Erection*1 ' of a NEW : CHURCH " at "Crook-well. V. Flans and'Specifications may bo eeeu at« .the Reatory up to TUESDAY, Nov. . 10th. U BEN. DORIS BRYANT- . ' 0. H. FURNER & CO. Ltd.. TXTILL havo a -buyer for .Light *■ Harness and --Suddlo - HORSES.* (broken .and \iubiokon). at. McGuincee's Yards, to-morrow ■ (Suturday): - froui' ton o'clock. SCHOOL OP ARTS, CROOKW ELL/>• F^riday, November 6tli. Grand Comedy Dramas „ (IN FOUR ACTS). " SAVED/' OR, A WIFE'S PERIL.. BY LOCAL AMATEURS, in aid of the«-' Crookwell Cjfick^r-Olub. 1 THRILLING SITUATIONS 1 SCREAMS OF LAUGHTER.-! IJ . * GOOD OBJECT !! J "ATTRACTIVE : INCIDENTAL MUSIC? Roll Up Cricketers I ! !„ POPULAR PRICES- Frout Seats", 2/ Back>Seate, 1 DoorB open at-7 p,ni. ; Performance com-■ ineaee at 8 p.jn. ^ ... Stage Manaqkr .v...... Mi*. S;. SHUTE Accompanist.. ... .MISS M.-HARVEY ;. C. T, CLIFTON, Hon. Sec...

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V.R.C. Races. MELBOURNE CUP DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

YnR.CL Races; MEIiBOCENE CUP DAYf The second day's racing of the spring -.; .meeting-was • held 'yesterday - at flem-::s in^toD-. :Tbe- attends uce was veryv large, it beiiig estimated - that: :7D;GQ^i people were present;.. following - are" ■: the results :— • Hurdles— Bega The Distiller," Tri : D'Or. - Railway Haudioap-rr-Gvaft, Fishery^ > '■ Attendant. Nursery Handicap—Da-ngai,- Koo— : •.pan, Boabdil. 1 MEIDOURKB CUP-. s- • .Lord Grtrdigan.,.;:..-..;...^ 1'= ' • • Wakeful i...... ...v2 - . -Seaport 3 : v • Wakeful entei:ed tho straight first-* and led'to the - half . distance twhere: Lord Cardigan ■ shot•: <mt;: anc^oyer-'-v Jjauled her and eventually won: by>. three-parts of a length. Seaport was only a head behind: Wakeful} : Steeples'—Isis, Jones, Tha 'African.' Yan Yean Stakes—St." Modan,, United States, Dandalla. Colt Stakes—Position, Ballark, Blinker." Bega, who won the-Hnrdle Race, is-* eleven years old, and is a well-kuowu .* {performer,, who has many vic...

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The United States. LONDON, NOV. 3 [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

« TJie United States. - lONDON, NOV. 3 ' A NEGRO:^mob at Shreveport, Louisiana,'in the United States, lynched'a negro - for - having murdered two negroes. ' : v v ; Three waalthy ladies at San Francisco, who were members of a suicide clubj .committed sui-. cide almOsSt ^simultaneously. -It has" been ascertained that Mr, "Wen tz, a millionaire resi dent of- Virginia, who has "been missing; for some time, has been kidnapped. . His captors claim £2000-forrhis- ransom. • The New York'press declares that the crusade of the Ghris tain Catholic Church of Zionj led by the. Rev._J. A, I)owie, resulted in 79 converts beiiig made.' Most. of . the Zionists have since returned to Zion City., * i : A Sheriff's posse in South Dakota killed°16 Sioux Indians and captured 12 others for 'in* fringing the gaioe laws of the State. ' ' ■

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

Entertainment. ... P^jiat promises, to b« one.of the best somedy dramas iu Grookwell will bo jlay'ed in the School of Arts Hall lo lighfc. Tlie drama is ontitled "Saved ; >r, A Wifo's Peril;" and the proceeds iro in aid of the local cricket club.

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The Balkans. LONDON, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

The Saltans.. - s .LoNDONyisfov. 3. " M.~ Zoicoff, who lias lately been appointed Bulgarian dip lomatic ayent :in London, de clares tliat the situation in Macedonia is worse. He states that the reforms-proposed by Russia and Austria a re cer tain to fail. Bulgaria, he as serts, • cannot . • support the 160^000 refugees from Mace /lonia, and that war is prefer able. ■ • It is announced'that the Sub lime Porte-, is -disbanding 80,000 Ilaveh irregulars, ■: .who were chiefly responsible for the excesses in Macedonia. Lieutenant Sarafoff, pne of the leaders of the revolution in Macedonia, is alive. The re port that^hehad died was due to/the; fact that . be -threw -his cloak over a dead insurgent chief.

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The Governor-General Designate LONDON, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

The Governor-General Designate' London; Nov, 3. Lord Norfchcote,, the Gover nor-General designate of Aus tralia, and Lady Northcote will join the R.M.y. . Moldavia :at Marseilles on. December " .18 .for Australia; Lord Northcote has selected his staff" as foliows :—Private Secretary; Captain •. L. B, S. Arthur, C.M.G. (formerly Colonial Secretary of the -Gold Coast.); Aides-de-camp : Captain the Hon. C. B. F. Grenville (7th Hussars), Captain J. A. S. Balmain (15th Hussars) and Captain G„ E, B. Stephen (Rifle Brigade). , ■ > V

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The Far Last. LONDON, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

The Far Last* . London, Nov. 3. .The Chinese - Court is much : alarmed '.atithe inoccupation of Mukden' by" the -Russians, and has conferred on the situ ation with Yunn-shi-lcai, thfe Viceroy of Chi-li, and with Chang-shih-tung, the Viceroy of the Liang:Kiang. U is be lieved that ;i;he: two viceroys advised the Court to join Japan, Lin opposing Russian aggres sion;- "Wu-ting Peng, . the Chinese ■ Minister at "Wash- • ipgton, lias appealed: to Mr. J. Hay, o ~t.he "" (Juited States Secretary of State, foi-help. 'Mr. • Hay implied that -he 'might assist when the: Chinese. American treoty • was^gratified. 1 Ah affray between> Russian and Japanese bluejackets, is re ported- from5 Ghemulpho, a treaty port of Korea. A num -. ber of sailors were:. injm'ed:r - ■ The. Russians have dis mantled their fort .at Yongam- J pho, on the Yalu, : aud have withdrawn its garrison^ f Twenty men are remaining for j police duty.

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Earthquake In Persia. LONDON, Nov. 3, [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 6 November 1903

Earthquake Jn Persia^ London^ Nov..3, ■ A n eavi hquake :has occwed at Turshiz, in Persia; Three "■hundred and fifty people in .'the" town-. : .were killed, and many others wereinjured. Most of the town has ■ been destroyed. All the carpet factories are in' ruins. .. Tuvsliiz is a town, in the province of Khorassan^vNorfch-oastern ; Pei-Bia.

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

'Iiggle literal' Diiectng Solicitors— C. T. Clifton, .Goulburn-street; Crookwell^ .Tohh' • Gtinnellan," Goulburn-streetr~ Crook *•11... BSinks— Baiit of ; N:S."W.i Gonlbnm-strccfc,- Crookr:. well. EiS. and A.C. Bank,'' Goulbuttwtreet, ' " Crookwell. Chemist and Dentist— Mr-Hi- Bliciftdder.'Goulburn'streetrCroolc- ■ well. _ Dentist— Mr. C. Hr Golby-Goulburn-street, Crook well. Printers. W. J. Smith & Co., publishers' of Argyle I ■ ■ 'Literal. Office-: Goul burn-street, — . Crookyelldirectly - opposite _■ tlifc ! Post Office. Newsagent— Ei-V. Coleniaa!<5'onlbnrn-Btreet, Crookwell. . Stdtolcfecper, Newsagent, 4c. A.' Kershaw, Goiilburn-street, Crookwell., Milliner— MiiB A. Harvey, Goivlbunt.'street, Crook-j •well. , Dressmaker. Misa Berrell, Old School.of Arts', Goulburn atfeefe Sworn-Valuator. A. J. Glennan, Goulburn-atreet, Crookwell Auctioneers— ■■■.:■ .Geo. McDonald and Son, Goulbnrn-street, J Crookwell. -i „ " Ei-C.-Btay, Goultmrn'street.CfooKwell. AvH. Alfotd, ...

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

Wedding Bells. A VERY pretty wedding took place at St. James' Church, Woodhouselee, on Wednesday last, the contracting part- ies being Miss E. Speer, eldest daughter, of Mr. Joseph Speer, of Woodhouselee, and Mr. John Wm.     Whitelam, of Junee. The interesting ceremony was performed by the Rev. B. D. Bryant, of Crookwell. After     the proceedings at the church had been concluded, the happy couple, accom- panied by friends and relatives, ad- journed to the residence of the bride's parents, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of and the usual toasts honoured. The Rev. Mr. Bryant, in   a neat and appropriate speech, pro- posed the health of the bride and bridegroom and wished them health and happiness in their future life. After the toast list had been dispensed with dancing was indulged in and kept up with vigor till an early hour. At Crookwell last evening the Rev. B. D. Bryant united in the holy bonds of matrimo...

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Garden and Field Calendar WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903

Garden and Field, Calendar Written Speciamy pou-Argyle Libera&*-» by Mb; A.: Go'odhbw., Tins should bo a busy month ,in ti e gardin*i and.field;-and with such good prospects be foro ua every effort should bo made toward j : getting in abundance ef vegetables-a-nd * fodder, for next winter feoding, as in such-: a cold district it is absolutely. neco3sary to • feed stock, especially- if milk is yoiir-ob ject. Hungarian millet, sorghum;: and ambor cane,-,maize and uianglcB, should .bo' got in this month,-whilo grass seeds mayy still be sown. All land should be .got roody for lato. potatoes. Nothing makos success moro - certain than thoroughly breaking "up and : preparing the ground - > early. Vegetable Garden.—Sow peas, French*: beans (dtoarf and climbers), cabbage, car rots, parsnips, lettuce, to arrows, squashes, tomatoes, cucumbers, melons, rock, water; and pie melons* potatoes, herbs, spinach, beet;, pumpkins, raddish. "When - planting: out tomatoes, &c., shade t...

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Events to Come. SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903

: Events to Cornel SlIoWD: Gunning Show,. Eabruu ry 25 ftnd'20. Crookwell Annual Show; March 10 and 11.' •• ■ ' . ■ ' ■ Qoulbuvn Annual Show, March 17i 18 . ami 19.

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903

HOMEBUSH KM1' STOCK SALES (From our Representative.) . Homebdsh, Thursday. \. Sheep.—Prices were firmer at to day's sales, the improvement being more pronounced an the prime shorn sheep; suitable for holding over till' next \veekv : About ' 30,000 sEeep ' and Ipmbs were , penned, and these com prised rather more than half shorn. The sheep wore principally good useful quality merino > wethers, aud a. fair sptirikljng'' -'of' cross breds.: The market opeiied to brisk competion, at about last Monday's • advanced rates, biddings becoming brisker - iis the sales advanced,- ejpsihg strong. Best crossbred , wethers'made to ' 23s, good 19s'to 20a, medium from 18s, cross bred ewes 18s (id to f 19s Gd ; best merino wethers from' 19s, extra to 23s 7d, good I83 to - 19s, medium. from 17s, best merino ewes ft 6m 16f>, extra to 188-6(3, g6od fx*om 15s, others, lower. Shorn : Best crossbred! wethers to 18s 3d, extra to 19b 6d, good, from , 16s-,medium 15s,;crossbred ewes 14s lOd, merino weth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903

•I+EGAL. JOHN CONNELLAN, B.A., SOLICITOR,- FACTOR, &c., CROOKWELL. Office: Goulburu sfcpeet-, oppc5sito e,S.;iind ■ a. Bank. ■ ■ ■ j ■ /V-Tl'ENTlSGuniiing, Goullrara-, Taralgn, ■< -..land Tuena Courts.. Ti uat llonoy to Lend ©n'Freohold and - c.P. Security. [legal.] •|y|*essrs. betts AND son, . ATUORNEYB, SOLIOITIJIIB. -AND. PlSOOTORS, > montague steeet, ' , v goulburn. A Member ' of tlio Firm attends Monthly Court ut Crookivell. trust funds available FOB : investment.- .

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A Mine on Fire LONDON, Nov. 6 [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903

A Mine on ..Fire/ I.pNDON, .Nov, 6 The Senvsaga mino, "wlrichas situated, on. the summit of a mountain in the State.of Virginia, United States, is on f»e,.and 75 miners are. entombed. : It is foai'ed they have perished. Mr. Turneiv the ^.superintendent of the mine, dragged out"' .five - bodies,r and thou -re-entered the mine for the pur pose of assisting fcbe search parties,

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903

COMMERCIAL. : CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is letwceii- the j producer and first pura/taser.J Wheat, ,4/G per bushel Oats, 2s Gd to,3s bushel Maize^s to ,4s 3d bushel. ' . Flour, .£12, 5s, to £12 15/ton ■ Bran,t9d to,Is per bushel • ' PoHaird; l id tolsid per bushel Oil Cake, Bs porcwt ' > Chaff (oaten) JE2 10a to JE3 per ton ' Potatoes—Brownell seed, i!3 per ton ; Circular Heads (eating) to J!2.-103'. Onions, 4s per owt. ' ' . • Eggs, 8d pev^doMU - ' Butter :(fiiotofy;,7d,. dairy.-Cd "Bacon,"8d ; huius.'M' Beeswax; lOd lb Horsehair, lOd to la. lb - Lard,6d'ib Sheepskins, 5d to 6d lb Hides, 3d lb Poultry—Eowls,' 3/ to 3/6 pair ; ducks,' 3/ to 3/3 pair j geeso, 5/- to 6/ j Turkeys—hens, 5s to 7s, gobblers 8s to 13s pair

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