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Unmoved. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

Unmoved. An.1 incident of the last tig. flood at Maifcland*. ' ; • ■ The old man • was sitting on the roof, gazing placidly across the rushing waters. • ; • v i , 'Washed . allyour fowls away ?' asked the man in the* boat. :: : ' Yes.but the ducks swam,' smiled the old,man. ' Tore up your plum -trees ? ' DoiVt mind it' much. They said the crop would be a fail ure.' . ^ 'But the floodL It is up -to {yoiitf windows.' ' ■' Well, them windows needed washing, v anyway, my friend.' .i . '4 > L '■ - .J." ■ " 1•

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Garden and Field Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

Garden autl Field . Calendars-. Written Specially for Aboile Libebak ; . bv Mr. A. Goodhbv. This-should be. a biiSy month intte garden and field, and with Buch good.pcospects be fore us every effort should* be made toward getting in abundance e£ vegetables and fodder'for next winter feeding, as' in such a cold district' it is absolutOlyTi^ecessary to feed stock, especially,,if; milk • is your ob ject. ■' ' Hungarian millet, sorghum, and auibor cane, maize.and mangles, should be. got in-this month, while grass seeds may still be. sown, All laud should bo got roady for lato potatoes.. - Nothing - makes success more - certain than thoroughly breaking up and preparing the ground eav'.y,>. ' • Vegetable . Gardon.—Sow vpeas,4'PFcnch boons (dwarf, and climbers), cabbage, car rots,. parsnips, lettuce; ir arrows, squashes, torn; tots, cucumbers, melons, rock, .water, and pie melons, potatoes, herbs,'• spinach£ boec, pumpkins, 1 raddialu, ■ .When planting out tomatoes,, Ac.,: shade them fo...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Another Cancer Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

Ano ther Cancer Cure. A meeting of doctors of high standing has boen-'caHod in London, to conr sido'r an- alleged discovery made in connection with-. cancer by Dr. Otto Schmidt,.- of Cologne. Dr Schmidt claims that he lias isolated the cancer parasite, and'ciiLiyatod a serum which kills the vcancer ;an : t.h« The deaths ffomtcancer per thousand have almost doubled in England, and nearly trebled in the United States- '..'.dating the last 30 years'.: As tar as New South W-ales is: iCOuutJiuud, tiie ■ total number of deaths from canccVrduririg. the 29 years up to 1900' reached 9449

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Date of the Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

Date of 1 lie Elections. Melbourne, Monday.—The Minis terfoi-iHome Affairs . left, to-night fi r Adelaide^'' wlieVe- lie i« to addressva pubiic meeting on the subject of the tranBaustrahan railway, prior to 'pro?, ceeiling-to Westerh-Australia. V Before leaving Sir John Forrest, reached tie conclusion"'.'that .-the < rolls would' be completed'in time to hold the elections during, thei third week in December. Although the .exact. date::is hot an •nounced, it is;. understood that the Minister has reconimended December 17 or 18." Probably the 3rd or14th of the month will ho fixed for nomination day. .Parliament, stands* prorogued iiinti.l the 14th instant, and should a dissolution take-plnco on that day the writs could be,issued ten days-later, on the 24th. ; l-lm3: a scheme can be framed without any difficulty ..to com ply with the law, and;to', hold the elec tions on the' dato indicated. State members who are candidates are re minded that they-z^nust .res'igh' their seats ...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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GOULBUBN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

. GOULBUBN - JPjBICES CTJJRBENT. Wheat, 5a per: bushel plouiy jB12,5s to.i512.lp3 Bran, 8d to 9d bushel r . Maize, 8/6 bushel . Barley (for feeding purposes), 3/9 to 4/ -Oat9--feed 2/9-to a/j' seed 2/9.|to 3/ Hay, £4 10/'to>£5 us toa Straw, JE3 15/to .£3 lOs ton ' Chaff, J3'l to ie-t 5/"ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, 6s per cwt. Buttei^factory 8Jd, dairy 7d Lard, 8id to 9id lb ' , " Eggs, 8d dozen Potatoes, .£3 10s to JE4 ton; Brownells ' (seed) J54 10s Cattle—Bullocks J24- 5s to <£12 15s; cows .£3 5s to i£9, heifers • .£3 to £4"16s, • springers J25 10s to '.£8, steers jE3 10s to io Sheep—Wethers 17s to 20s ; ewes 17/0 ; to 25s . Pigs—Fat to j!3 ; porters 30s to'4Gs; stores 15s to 25s; slips.12s to 15s; sucliers 9i to lis Gd Beef (retail) 4id to (id lb Mutton' ,;- 8id to-5d..- : ; Hides, 3jd to 4d per lb 1'allow, .£18 to £22 per ton Wattle bark, to JE4,: hickory to 3(^s ton ' PoTiltry—Fowls 3s to Gs pair ; turkeyb—' \. gobblers 8s to 183, liens.0/6 to 9s ; . ducks 2/{...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Fun & Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

Fun «fc Fancy ' What was the matter with Mrs. Soadd ?' inquired the doctor's^ife. ' Oh, a cold,'"he replied, , Very b .d ?'• ; ' Yes; disgustingly so. Just one of | thosrf' simple litfle" things that you can't possibly 'get moie than two visits out of.'' • - *** She: 'Gertrude says she■■ ■.■will1 ne'er majry until she finds her idoal.' He : ' What is her ideal?' She:; ' Ohy any raanwlio will ask ■her';!.. . V . •Figg 1 What a peculiar man Dun der is ! He lias a sovereign contempt for anybody - who doesn't know . as much as lie does.' Fogg : 'Lslionld- think-he would indeed ?' . "*** Smith : ' Jones is a very convincing debator, isn't he ?' - Browy: ' Yes, lie never stops till he lias--convinced you that he is wrong;' *** ; - . ' A paper-'-refuses to publish eulogies gratis, but adds': 1 We will publish the simple announcement of. the death of any of our frionds with pleasure.' Ho.: 'Have you decided- what to give your old aunt for a birthday pre sent ?' She: ' No', but now I come to...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Flotsam and Jetsam. (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

Jilotgairi and Jetsam. (Cribbed, Culled, and Contributed.-) Crops around Barmodman are esti mated ta*yield six bags to the : acre, and a number of farmers expect 'even higlier returns. ■. ■■■,. * >: Some of tfie crops around Goolamcm are. over. six< feet high; Pafehes- • have Ueeil- knocked down", by the. recent li'PRvy rain fi,ud wind, bnt it is,expected theyvwiH riseagain. Haycuttingwill begin in i\ fews daya> Present 'pros pects indicate a four to five bag yield of .whoat next harvest. *«* Three-wealthy ladies of^Sft/n Fran cisco, who were nicmbora of a snicide club, committed suicidc almost simul taneonslr.- - ; Ik is propof od: to commemorate the passing of''the drought, by a national clay of thanksgiving afid rejoicing throughout the State Svhen.the hai-vesti has boen gathered .in.. ,.1 > , - ■'■- -V Tlie crops around Condoblin are looking remarkably well.; , The.wheat; yield, providing favourable conditions ci ntinun, slxmlri be from 12 to .22; bushels per...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Ready For More. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

ITeady For ]fforo-. A : ¥ORKSHIREMAN . undertook. for a wager made in a tavern to eat a whole turkey and. three 'pounds of. sausages " The turkey: was, cooked and set before, him. 'Slowly' hut relentlessly he got through it. TI1611 the sausages ; and here the excitement began.: Surely he would/bi^a'k-. down" at the second pound. Surely,, surely —hut no ; gallantly, solidly, on 'he went, bite, .-bite, bite—:the audience holding • their . breath ■—till the platter was clean. "He received his money, took ■ a- glass of beer; and then ac companied by a friend, set out for home. : 'There was' a strained silence • between the two, till they were within ' sight of-the victor's..house • /and then he-opened his' lips and spake. •' : i v ' Say, Tom, doan't tha say owl; to ma missus about t'" tiuv key.' • • • ' ■: ' For why, Jack ?' ' Happen she won't gi'e me ma soopper.' .< ;

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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A Discouraging Resurrection. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

A Discouraging Resurrection. A young gentleman, who lately left his father's home, having exhausted his credit/ telegraphed ilie other day- to his parents:; "Tour son Walter- was killed this morn ing by a falling ' chimney. "What shall we do with the re mains?"'' In-reply a cheque was sent for £20 with the re quest,. 'bury them.' The young.gentleman pocketed the money and had- liri elaborate I spree, When in- a condition | of writing, ho sent his father I the following note: \I have just learned't.hat an. infamous scoundrel named Barker sent y ou a fictitiousaccou, >1 of . my death, and swindled you out of £20. He also borrowed £10 from, me and;left;thecountry? I write to inform you that I am still alive and long to see. the parential roof again. I am in; somewhat reduced circum stances, accumulations of the 'last five years have' been lost —a disastrous stock specula tion—and if you would only spare me £20 I would, be very' thankful for your favor. ; Give my love to all.' A few ...

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

TO SHEEP OWNERS. ip you have not yet decided where' you 1will purchase 4 , your , Shearing : Supplies it will jbay^ you to call on " J. KEITH, a3jd ascertain HIS prices. haying HAD many years" experience; J k . , . K N 0 W S exactly - WHRTVOUWRNT. Wool Packs Slicep Shears . Shear -Stones ! Tattoo Oil . Stockholm Tar, &c. He « can - Supply * You. PRICES RIGHT! GOODS EIGHT 1 The Highest Prices Given ior all kinds -of Station and Farm Produce. J. Keith, COMMONWEALTH STORES, CBOOEWELL. GOLSPIE. A. SOUTHWELL tdegs to - notify the 'Public that he has no.w on hand: one of the Largest and most Up-to-date Stocks of drapery, grocery, ironmongery, boots and shoes, A.C., which he intends clearing At Bedrock Prices. A Nice Line of Spring AlNd Summer Goods are well , Worth Inbpec'hon. " men's clothing MADE to order. fit, style, and workmanfchip s ' guaranteed. . Shearing Supplies a speciality, and to Bti cleared at cost trice." • V Give Him aT ri £ I. ttlghest cash price given for hides, ...

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

We Must Haw Interested You! \KTE told you in-a previous issuo that out* Prices for-General, Shearing i ::-V V ... .-Supplies .were-ljoloto any othoiv-'hotise in'Grookwell. You have believed us;'and. I ;entrusted us with a large-, share, of.your valuedorders.. We have ' carried"out. what we said; and saved you- money in every-lino, and wo take this opportunity of .thanking, thoso who have already purchased for their, esteemed patronage;' .-:.To thoso in the immediate -district.wlio.have not purchjised their shearing supplies yet, wo would like to remind^ them that tliey can yet secure-.their. woolpauks at tho old rates from us, although a sharp' advance .in ^prices hustsinco ftaken -place.- WE- CABBY OUT EVERYTHING WE , SAY,,and you can rely thq.t.<iu every, line wo fan save-you money." 1 . r ] . - ^ Wo also wish,to.rommdryourthat wQ have OPENED UP one of the Finest Assortments of Spring and Summer 'GOODS WE EVER HAD THE PLEASURE OP HANDLING. In the Mercery and Clothing De...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

Cricket. The match between . the ;Englislr Eleven and South; Australia was conr 'tiuued o'ii Monday at Adelaide. When the Englishman had scored 483 for the 1ob8 of eight ,v, k-ketsthey dcclaredthe .iniyingsclosed. •,^'utLi 'A.u scored 17:2.in i!;'heir firsfc innings, aud following oi» they bad scored .147 for the-loss of one wicketr.up to afternoon tea adjournment ou Tues'day, Back 46 and Hill 76<(botli batting). The criijkot match between the New South Wales "Eleven and the Next Thirteen resulted in a draw. Scores : N.S.W. Eleven—First innings, 183 ; second innings, 354 for six wickets. Next Thirteen—first innings, 278. i"

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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EITY DARLING. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

CHAPTER VI. ■ , . Did I .startle jqnf"-•■Gawthorne .asks, seeing^ Eileen's' ghastly,, pfjllor, "'•Idid not- mean to do do'so) but I' eon Id not. let anyone -annbknce : my name, for I wanted to toll yon myself , that 1had come back to yon a free man,.Eily—free Eiteeu gives hima mnte'.lookjLwhich h"e takes for a question. ( - "She throw mo over," be says, ".naak Heaven ! There was a fellow with a tit'e who came, dangling after ^M-r.and she jilted me. I.almtMfhiQVe i3r for it. And yon will ■ forgive • me, dear, wcn't yon ? I behaved badly, T«y,sbfi;dly nil throughj bufcil vwas en-, gaged to hor before I knew you. . She . was tvoII enough, I thought, till I met yau,.aud then I Jcnew-.what a fool I? hfcd been. Bat still I iiever^aaaot'to' lefc'yon know what. I felt. : I. gave -iny. . self credit'for more strength than T possessed; but;I .broke.dowir that last' day. You do forgive me " Tea," replies 'Bileen.-^fajiU.l'yjv "''!] fwgive yon." ; : r " My poor-litltle'girl;" h ? mttrmnrs" tend...

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British Fiscal Policy. LONDON, Nov. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

British Fiscal "Policy. .-LoNDOSfNov. 9. Lohd. Rosehery addressed a meeting of 5000 people at Leicester oa Mr. Chamberlain's preferential proposals. A resolution condemning the policy of Mr. Balfour and the:proposals.of Mr. Chamberlain were carricd unani mously. LordRoseberry• •said - statis ■ ' tics'proved 'that trade and prosperity and the' wealth .of workers in England had.continuously improved.- The his- _ • tory of the corn ■ tax in. Germany -a nd France showed th^t the 2s corn " tax always progressed.: de pointed out that the aggregate trade of Germany : was 28 per cent., Ifrance 20'por • cent., the United'States 19 rper cout., and Grea*/Britain '37- por cent. Every protected .trade became a vested, inter est, combining in trusts, fighting elec-. tions and hnuuting lobbies of Parlia ment for the corruption ofr legislators. Common loyalty ■to1-thewn6, -he 8ft;d, more likely to secure unity than ■Mr. Chamberliiin'a proposals, which would lead to wrangling, jealousy and unrest. :...

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A Valuable Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 13 November 1903

A Valuable Crop. Mr. Pnpwortb, "a fiirmei1 of Ramsey, Hunti ngdonsltire, has gro wn an: ox i tr.iordinary crop of Kitoj? .Ed wafd VII. potatoes—a'now- variety.?- The' yield 'averages jseven tons to the acre, and there-is not, the slightest blight dis cernible. ; As the crop is ovqv 100 acres iu extent, and the-amount real ised is £] 2'.;per'ton, the >total valne of the crop is nearly £9,000. The Argylo | farmers should . secure a few: of the i above for seed. ■ i

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Picnic, Sports, and Social. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Picnic, Sports, and Social. By ad?oxtisemenfc( in;'another.. column; it will bo soon I hat a .day's picnic: and jsportsvwill i^be held at ' Gullert" public <school on Eriday: next,- iNovomber! 20. .A loallyRcodprogrnmme of sports will bo contested, and luncheon, kindly provided by the -ladies', will be served to all. v -Tho day's proceedings will wind up' with >a. grand social':in1 tho Grabbon Gulleu Hall at irightu

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

-Auction Sales. . 0. H. I^urner and Oo. report a satis factory sale -of thcop^nd-cattle at McGuiness's yards on Saturday last. 400 sheep and -70 head of cattle were {penned; • Ewes and lambs made to ^1; store wethers to 14s :7drhoggetp to ■ 13s, heifers (18 . months ti> 2 - years)' brought £3 12s,' 2-yeai'-oId steers to £3 15ft, store cows --(good condition) £4 15s, fat bullocks* to £7 12s 6d:

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Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Syduey Commercial. Messrs. Elx,is & Go. report: Sucking pig8 ■ scarce and selling at good values. Batter, eggs, honey, lard, ..cheese and -bacon unaltered. Poultry, a moderafce*"supply forward. Sales ruled steady at Ikte ratcfc, al though there isevei-y ■ prospect of old hens and ducks being lower at sales in the near future. There is no prosppot of any other changes at- coming sales.: Eggs, easel Id to llfd, new-laid 12d to 13d ; fowls, young roosters 4s 4d to 08;7d, old liens'3a lid to 4s-4d, ducks 4s 2d io6s; turkey hens 8s 6d to 10s 6d, choice up to lis 9d, gobblers. 13s 6d to 1 8s, choice up to 2'2s 6d; geese 7s to 8s 6d, choice :ap to 9a 9d •, suc-t ing -pigs 6s 6d to 10s 6d,iaeh ; honey l|d to 3d,: choice up to 3jd -per .lb. hams prime lid to-l-s; bacon 9d to 9jd, faulty from 7d; lard. 4d to o|d • butter 6sd to 9d ; - cheese- 5d to 8d ; .beeswax in-good demand at'Is to ls ld per lb. . Pigs and calves are scarce, all descriptions meet with- reudy sale. at . high- price...

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LAGGAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

LAGG-A.N' NEWS. (Jit! Our Correspondent.) ■ The annual school picnic of Myanga ' and Red Bank- half time schools tvim ? iielcl on Saturday, 7th inst., and was'a:. very great success, being largely fit-. tended. ■ Visitors,from all parts of the' district were preseut. Mr. Fairloy, teacher, had a very busy day with the children,.: seeing that every child, secured a prize. After luncheon a fair afternoon's sport was :> gone through. Following-are the results :— ■: Foot Race:—Ij. Cameron, sen, 1; six started.. High Jump—A. Toole, 1; seven competed. : Throwing, at Wicket—W. H. Jones, I ; 28 competed. • Throwing at VYicket (ladies)—MisB Berrell. 1. Youth's Foot Race—P. Mclnnes, 1~; nine competed. . HuntingContest—R. Orolcer's Nap, 1; eight competed. Foot Race- L. Camei on, 2ycls, l ; ; seven competed. i Hop-step-and-jump—W. H. Jones, i 1 ; five competed. I Ladies' NaiLDriving Contest—Mrs. i D. McDonnell, 1. Season.-:—The season is all that cati bo.desired. -We are ge'ting plenty of rai...

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Panama Dispute. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Panama Dispute. The Latin • .Republics of South and Benfcral America strongly protest against the recognition of the independence of the i Columbian;8tate; of Panama by | the United States. , . .. i "In receiving-Mr. Yarilla, the Minister to the United States: appointed by Panama, Presi dent Roosevelt recognised th o new republic as representing the unopposed- expression : of the people's will. The' Presi dent wished Panama the great est stability and r unbounded prosperity, and expressed the hope that it would be- the pro. vidential instrument of untold benefit to civilisation in the opening of a highway' to.' uni versal commerce across an ex* i ceptionally favoured territory. I The joint ~ Army arid .Navy. Board- at Washington, has de cided that it is unnecessary to send troops to Panama. It is understood that Wash ington is surprised that Great i Britain has not yet recognised ithe" new Central American Government. Feeling against the United States runs. very, high in Co lumbia, ...

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