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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
^umnjTjmruurrmjTnjxmux^ ij^xnrmruij-Lrinnnjanj-uxrLrmxii^^ THE- • I I PUBLISHED I Tuesdays and Fridays. I HI- p § The Largest Circulation, I Consequently the ] BEST ADVERTISING | -MEDIUM' |TN THE DISTRICT. I vKv-oruin nJi' ir, njmnjrrumnjxrLTL. innn ®nj\rixuxrmnnJxruifmnjxmTJxruTrLrLn.>Xj The Argyle Liberal Circulates throughout. Taralga, Golspie, Irislitowii, Laggan, Fullerton, Tueua, Junction Point,.Pejar > Bigga, Kind a, Wlieeo, Narrawa, Gnrriuidali, Orafofoen Gull en, Kialla, Woodhouselee, And other important centres. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:—10/- (ten shillings) per year ; 12/- if- posted. / All arrears must be' paid before dis continuance of subscription can be effected. .Subscribers' may commence at any time, and any subscribers not receiving their papers-regularly are requested to notify theoffice "immediately;. THE AIIGYLE LIBERAL has a large circulation^ and therefore offer? a wide icope and publicity to advertisers.: Scale of .Charges for Advertising— y Por the first ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
TO STAND, THIS SEASON, AT I,AGGAN, And travel through Biuda, Peelwood,' and Irialitown, THE DRAUGHT STALLION,„ - _ CAPTAIN. . CAPTAIN is a dark brown i ^nWrl^rli ' stan&lt;^'no 17 liandR high-' "ffC® tTlM Wlt-h plenty nf bona . on_d muscle. Ho is by Young Sir George Grey (imp-), dam Rosa, by Tom Bay, by King Tom (imp.) Young Sir George Grey (imp.), was bred, by Joha Beid, Esq., Otago, New Zealand ; his sire was imported from Scotland. Young Sir Georgo Grey's dam, Flint, by Black Cham pion, was imported from Tasmania, and was also champion marer of the Wavkonato Shnng "Valley Show,in 1876; sho was sold for 300 guineas imd sent to England.., CAPTAIN obtained first prizo at the Taralga shows of 1901 and 1902 against all comers. . . ■ ■■■■■■ ,-c TERMS;—Single Mare, £2; for two or, more (same owner), £1 15a. . * Good and secure paddocks at Laggnn. Every care taken, , but no responsibility. All mares to. be removed and paid for by 1st January, J 904. -. MAHER & HALL, Propr...
Double Armenian Murder. London, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
v. Double Armenian Murder. London, November 51 ; An Armenian, who is supposed to bo the mui'dercr of- M. • Siigoimi, oveiv took three members of the Armenian commit tco of H eu utelmkists at Peek lmm Rye, near Loudon, and shot, two of thomdead, a revolver bullet grazing 0ie third man.V ;The murderer tried'to ''eacapo, but a bystander knocked - him, down; atid seized his weapon. The assassin thereupon took a seeoud rovol; - ver from bis; pocket and' blow put his1: own brain's. rvi'ho 'nurdoVcd Arnieniiiijs. woro rdepulies - from Russia Jo-itlie Heuntcbakiats? , Ip is believed "tliati the inurdors are tiio' work ol' a rival sec tion, tbe'Affavisls. , o Fifty thousand. lmrdwood sleepers wore shipped to South Africa last week from Sydney.
Presbyterian Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
Presbyterian Picnic. The annual picnic in connection with • the... UrookweUi Presbyterian ^Ohurqh • wasbeld.in Mr. .Wm/ Bensley's pad cjock (kindly, lent for the occasion) Opposite the railway station.yesterday. There .was1 a .cfair attendance, visitors from.the: othelv- denominations 'being present. ! Tfie spot Selected was an ideal- ono for a- picnic; The. usual i games,-wero indulged', fn, the picnickers' i appealing.to tliorotighly -enjoy, them selves, i Abandnnceof 'pi'ovisiouswere provided.by the ladies. ' : •
Pith of Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
Pith ot Politics The Town Hall, -wascrowded oit. iVednesday night when Mr. Deakin delivered a Bpceoh. fie had a coi dial reception; Mr: Deakin declared that, the. issiles at tlie forthtoming elections would be fiscal pence, national trade, and a whito Australia. He dwelt upon the comparatively small cost of federation per head of the population of t'je Common weal th.^The Federal Government-would introduce tihev.A-fV ■bifefation'. Bill into the next Parlia ment exaol.ly in the form in whiclrit was piesenled Jast ■ session; Mr. Deakin said the tariff was not a scien-, tific one, and he would bs •prepared to make the necessary alterations when the proper time came. He declared that 110 ;State: hnd received ,80 much beuefit-fi'cim protection as New JSjuth /Wales, and no city had benefited from; -the tariff so much as Sydney. The Prime 'Minister contended that the Oomraonwealth. should' have the. ben efit of the. unearned incremen t of laud values in the federal, territory. / He gave th...
Flotsam and Jetsam. (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
Flotsam and Jetsam. (Cribbed, CuliiED, and Contkibuted.) It is reported' that onfc Mungindi way Bome horses have had their eyes, eaten out by flies, aud thafc moBqaitooa are in myriadB. A party just arrived • from White 'Cliffs from Western Queensland, states that the country fop handreda of miles across'thie border is one wnv j ing- meadow. Mitchell grass and blue grass, which have not been seen | for niatiy years, are plentiful. -a All the; big inland lakes are full, and black with wild fowl. : ; - o; v A Molong farmer considers it safe to estimate an , average'yield \of 25 bushels,' although picked crop3 -will a'veragefrom eight to, nine* bags. Much depends tipqn ;th& 'rainfall be tween now afcd'hiirvestitog. 'Haymak ing has commenced, and an average, of 3 or 4 tons per aero is anticipated. Mnrrumburrah expccta' a'" wheat yield of 16 to 20 bushels por.acrc, and many - oat crops -should''return - front 8C,owt.j to two' tonff pet aore. ; • The cocks of>-newly-mown hay no...
Fun & Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
Fun cfcFanby • She: " How are yon getting on with jour cycling, Captain Verc He (a beginner) : " Oh, splendidly ; getting oti: ftbotifc every -tw-minutes.''• * ' A-you ngster was holding a horse's liend whilst a blacksmith -was- ^shoeing the animal. - .The": horse boing a young one, and restless^ did not Beenr. to en joy the process -and' p'nnged occasion • ally. Tho smith who was putting.'-'on a hind shoe,; getting . impatient, re quested the: boy - ttf keep tho lvorse quiet, whereupon; the youngster re; pliech:—- . : "-My cud is quiet enough, gov'nor : see to yours." LvS*£*:■: '"f ' .Two sons of Erin shared tho same bed, as well as the same bottle of whisky.... Pat qnitely waited till lie found.Alike, slept, when he quietly arose.-flfrd'emptied the bottle. Soon: afterwards Mike,-waking, stole out of bed, and, while groping about in tho dn'k, was asked by hia':companron : , 14 Phwat;are ;yer lookin'for, Mike • "'OlTjtiiothin', says Mike! " Well, Mike.'says Pat, ''yon will foindit o...
Great Magazine Explosion London, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
Great Magazine Explosion^ London, November 5, The Great Government Magazine on Iona, Islumlj on the; Hudson River, where hundreds of tons of dynamite, shells and powder are stored, exploded yesterday.; There was va series?o£'ex-1 plosions, lasting ati hour. Sixteen persons, were killed.. : Two • hundred persons were employed on Iona Island,'where a magaziue>: exploded on 'Wednesday. The shells stored in the magazine, bombarded forms on the mainland and killed six persona...'. I
Crookwell Cycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
Croolovell Cycle Club. A meetixg of the above was lield at Mr..-", Nicholson's shop on Saturday might,'Mr. A. 0. Armstrong occupying th8_chair. The minutes of the previous meeting" were read aud confirmed. The secretary rea^t-a .letter from, .the Goulburn League of -, Wheelmen in. which it was g tatpd that they had $e cided'to postponeihe cycling sports at •Goulburn in view of the fact that; the Crook well club had chosen .'.the same date, and promised the local club every assistance. A letter was also received .from tho Crookwell A. P. and H. Socicty re the charges for training1 and rent of the. showground. It was . decided iiot. to accept the terms offered by the society. At a later moetiag of •tho.committee held 'the same night at .Mr. \Nichol son's shop wo .are informed that it-, it was decided that tho secretary writo-to tlio the A. P. and H. Society offering them' 1./- per fortnight or 4/- .per annum for the use of thn ground for training purposes,' and that no,distinction wha...
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
KA.JLLWAY PARCELS UATIiS. The followingis^the sciile..of>oharge^for the carriage oir.pu.rcold.on tho^Govornmont. i-inhViiys-i-p'^ - 1v~ STAMrED PahOBLS (ViMSPAID) .ltATBSi .■ ••Up to &lt;10 miles—31b. and undeiv3d;;31b..to 71b., Hd; 71b. to lllb., 6d; 141b. to 281b., 9d j 281b. to 561b., 1/ j 561b. - to -•• 811b., 1/6; evory additional 141bs. or pint thereof 3d. For or to 150 miles—r3lb. . and. under -6d; '81b. to' 71b„ 9d; 71b ,to lllb., 1/; lllb. to 281b., 1/6; 281b. to 561b., 3/6 ; 561b. to i£/Ib., 3/6; every additional 141b. • ; or prrt thereof/Jd. - v; •■■•■•■&lt; ; ' For 151 to 200 miles—31b. and undor, 1/;• 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. to 141b., 1/9; 14'b. to 281b„ 2/9; 281b, to 3Glb., 4/; 561t.'to 811b.. . 0/3 ; •.•©very additional ••-;141b. oi' part tlioroof, 1/. v0veiv300 miles—31b. and under, 1/6: 31,h. to 71b., 2/} 71b. to, 141b.,'2/6; : 14!b. v to 281b., 4/;• 2&lb. to S61b.,. 6/;-561b. to 841b., 81; every additional .141b.> or javt : thereof, 1/...
The [?] Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of t[?]rants and the friend of man. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1903. Dramatic Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
AND DISTRICT RECORDER I m p a rtl a I—N ot;.N c u t ral. Truth, ever looeli/ since the world began, L, ■ The foe of /i/raii/3_and (he friend of man. ; TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1903. "(.■ . -ijramatic EiUertiiinineiit. A^very, successful- .dramatic enter tainment entitled " Saved; or A Wife's Peril," eventuated at the School of-Arts oti Friday night, in aid of'/the local Cricket Oltib. The affair was well patronised and appreciated by the audience,; judging by the frequent ap plqilse .that greeted the various actors. P&'ceodin'ga^mmenced " with a.piario fort.o clnet, • nicely 6xecnted by the Misses M. and A. Harvey. : The"pi,o duction of the piece -was under the capable-management of Mr. S. Sliute, and it is due to that .gentleman, to say thnt lie deserves;: every credit for the lime,and trouble lie had devoted to the production ; in fact, all are to be con gratulated..- for the. time, trouble; and. inconvenience they were, pat to, in . order to provule a night's; amusement on so...
GOULBURN TO CROOICWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
GOULBURN TO CROOICWELL LINE. A train leaves Goulburn daily,',^Sundays • and. Wednesdiiys ; oxcepted,"at 7.20 ■ . ... .turn.; Boslyn, 8:55 ; arrives Crookwell' 9.50. A train leaves Crookwell daily, Sundays ■ > and Wednesdays oxceptod, at 3.10 ;■ p.m. j Eoslyn, 8.55: arrives Goulburn 5.30. On TVednosdays trains loavo Goulburn at , , .5.05 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 5.40 p.m. , ■ .On Wodnesdays trains'leave,Crookwell;' at; 8.5 a.m. and 6.20 p.m.; Roslyn, 8 4Q •' ' ,a.m.,and 6.50 p. m.; arrive Goulburn ' 10.10 a.m. and 8.25 p.m.
Easily Earned. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 10 November 1903
EasilyJEarucd. An election potitidn was being tried, Mid ". a wiluesB -wna-'-called to prove " bribery." " One of the gentlemen says to mo: 7—Hodge, you must "vole for us," snid the withoHB. " Ami- what did you -answer .to tbut ?" • " 'Well,' Mftya lj"' how much ?' " And what did.'tho.agent say?" '-" He didn't say nothing. The otheri gentleman -comes ;^to mo &lt; and says—: You mu'St voto for~uB Hodge " - " And wliat did, you answer ?" " . 'vi-aaid, ' How muoh"?' So ho'arst me what ■ t'othi r gen tleraau * offered and I told him fivoi shillings."■ ■ v" And what did this, agent- do • " He gave me ton." - - r Counsel'sits do\vn triumphant, and up starts the othef'gide. " ■> ' ." Did yo'tt'VQto'for the second man ? " "No." ; "Did you voto'for the first " No.-• I ain't got a vote-!" - ■ • ■