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

CATTLE. .1246 yarded ; attendance Usual; .prices weakening towards the end, Yar4 ings comprised all qualities, the balk' being good, useful bullocks. Quota-;, t.ions:— ' , • - ! Prime, bullocks, £10 to £11 : Extra prime and heavy to £13 17/6. Good bullocks, £8 to £9 Prime Cows, £7 to £10 . : Light Cows and heifers, £5 to £6 10s Best beef, 25/- to 28/- per lOOlbs.

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Crookwell Cycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Crookivell Cycle Club; ' A meeting of thercommittee ofv(h« 1 -.local Amateur Bicycle Olub, was held in the club's room i n-Saturday night. There was a liirfro ftttondanco,. the pre sident,. Mr. S. Wright, 13.A., occupy-.' i ing the chair. The .'principal .busiuess 1 before the meeting was the arranging j of "thevprizu8 .in connection with _tlio ^annual meriting of the club, which is to • take place on: the 1st Jauuiiry next. I I rophies to the value of- four1 guiuens I were donated >by members of the ■ com-' 1 mittee, and ' to this .was. added: about i twelve.guineas. A programme of the j appear later on. A good,daal of dis l oussion took- place'over the question of | securing the show ground, track for: ! training : purposes, -and ultimately it : was decided, on* the casting vote"of the i chairman, that, .the- olub-: aocopt.iho i terms offered by- the X. P. and : Society; viz: Thul the club ieaso tho i track for. training, purposes for one year for the sum of £4. 1 •: In,1884 Tr...

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Garden and Field Calendar. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR ARGYLE LIBERAL BY MR. A. GOODHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Garden and JPield Calendar.. Written Specia.i.ly foh Aksyle Libera i. by.Mb. A. Goodhbw. This should bo a'biwy. month in ft e 'garden' and field, and with auch good prospects be fore us every effort should be made toward getting in abundance ef vegetables and fodder for next winter feeding, as in such? a cold district it is absolutely necessary to feed Btock, especially if milk is ■: your ob ject. Hungarian millet; sorghum, and airiber_ cane, maize and: mangles;' should be got in this month, while : grass seeds may still be sown, •• All land should . be got ■ roady^for 'late potatoes. Nothing- makes success "more cortain than thoroughly .breaking up and preparing .the.: ground ^ear'.y. Vegetable Garden.—Sowpeos, French beans (dwarf and'climbers), cabbage, car rots, parsnips, lettuce, 11 arrows; BquaslieB, torn to?s, cucumber?, melons, rock, water, and pic melons, (potatoes, herbs, spinach, beet, .pumpkins, raddiBh. , When planting out tomatoes,' &c.(„ shade them for a - few ...

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Tennis Social. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

: Tennis Social. Tho above eyentuated-iu tho School of Arts on Friday night, and was not . such• a financial success as may ha ve beeti expec!ed, but,-socially,was one of .the beat of the season. The music was in the capable hands of-Miss. B" Pinn ■and needless to state, was all that could be desired. The extras were played by Messrs.,W. Oliver and Wal. Baxter. The duties of- M.G. were entrusted to Mr. \V- MunrOi : At 12 o'clock^an ad journmenir''was mado\ to the supper tables, ivhich were plentifully supplied with choice delicacios.and very prettily decorated by the. ladies.^ .During the evening Mr. J. Tozer (president of the .Tennis- Club), in a neat speech, thanked the ladies for supplying them' with such a sutnptuoub repast, and hoped they would give them- another treat in the near future/

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

CHURCH. SERVICES. Cmohqb oy- Enox,and: v, vWfesrisg are tkc aervicea forSundny '-.-r.'.V^w3»ntila'll'ft.mB. (Holy Communion). >:-\,2b9®M;-3p.m, ■ Cr«okw*U 7.30 p,m. Oearwell, Wednesday, 7.30 p.m.. Bar. .Ben Dare Bryant Rector., M«THO©laT-Ohc-bohv Croblnrall, 8 p,m.,.Rev;■ X.-Walior: : . OuUeo, 11 a.m., Rev. J, Walker. .Cros3rstdl,.7.3p b.jh.—Eov: J.-Walk, r Jextttt, 11- itiUii—Special- . l&fceao. 3 p.m.—Special - •■■■■: PrSsbttksiait,Church;.• ? T^taaitluS p.m. Xualfm, 7.30 p.m. ■ l : Breaclier-r-ReT. O. Crane; B.'A. DENTiSTRY'i' m, CHARLES- H. GOLBY, Dental Surgeon, , Gfiiilbara-streeb, .Cvookwell, opposite Painless Extraction s &. Fi II i n g s* ywts Tarnlga first M'onday in leaeh spoulli—Ne^t visit, Dee.Ztlu. jfcUi. WORK vJDARA'NTEED.' |jj^R . BLACKADDER ijEn?.rrw, WttftiC W E L, L,' ¥JXJ15 TARAJiGA tluvd SUNDAY and MONDAY in, EACH MONTH, and aMsy 1)0 consulted ut MOONEY'S ARGYLE INN. - of Next Visit.: NOVEMBER lotfn . and 16ni. ■ TEJEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT," PA...

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. George * Sliavman, . .BUILDER,, CONTRACTOR, &c._,* ."TDEGS to notify; the public of Crookwell *-r and surrounding' district that: he, is pre pai-ed to undertake contracts for ;Brick laying, Plastering, &c;, in any part-of the district. . ■ ■ . . . ESTIMATES 'GIVEN, fot all'classes of work FREE OP CHARGE." LETTERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ADDRESS— GEO. SHARMAN, Post Office, . ., Crookwell.

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Service of Song. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Service of Song. Af verypretty service 1 of song en^ [titled" Given in ■X/haige,-'. illustrated' i i -with lantern1 viewsj "was- given^in 1 the i i Crofik well ' Presbyterian.' Ghureh ou i Friday night last.- There was a fairly I flnrgeVand 'appreciative/ardiencej Mil-. | tlioughi the.nighfc was 'very cold.:-The reading :.waa entrusted to Miss Gordon, i. while the Rev;: Cr. Oran^ manipulato.:!; I'the lantern, : Appropriate-hymns and solos were nicely,: rendered by • the choir. During the:: interval Mr. I McOormick .(a . visitor) pave several i gramaphone selcotionB, including " Be i--Ye'-Faithfui"'and'" Abide . With Me " ;• two splendid records, which i*ere highly a; p eoiated by the audience, i At the. conclusion of tuo. per vice'votes of thanks wem accorded tbe choir . for i thevaluable aid; they had rendered^aud to the Rev.' 0. Crane for the very, pleasant ..and 1 instructive-- entertain ment.' -MiBS M.- IJarvey"presided at tbe orgau. '

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AND DISTRICT RECORDER The Argyle Liberal. Impartial.—Not Neutral. [?], ever lovely since the world began, The [?] of tyrants and the friend of man. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1903. Public Debate. TARALGA V. CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

AMD DISTRICT RECORDER ^iftpactlal—Not Neutral:. ever lovely since the world- began, '. 38tjbe of it/rants .and.the friendof man. , 35DESDAY, N0YEM.BEfM7i. 1903. ?nblie Debate-. ~ ^JUiALGA," V". CROOIOViGLTu. J&3eliat^£rrfflf'place in the School of ■Motify-Hi DobwelI, on Sa fcurclay .eve tif-ng, telween-the above clubs. .',:;3£he'Sabject ofibo debate,' " That Preferential Tradewould be beneficial to A.ustralia," w*s affirmed by the .Taralgnitest. Ht. S. Shute, president of the- local; chifc, occupied I he.cha>r, and-expressed jpksoore at the Taralga visitors being jmsontr. He noticed they were very jfitpBg, bnt had heard l;hey. displayed 'gmt ability.. : Ho was.very sorry that ®nryonugmen did* not-take- more • in itstst in the local; (ilub. The chairman ] t&tn «tMecl upon, the premier to open jti*debate. ; Mr. Whicing (premier) thanked the daoraaaD for his kind remarks; ■ -He : jnegretted they were so young and had: to debate the :qpestion. with-' gent lemon-? ■: e...

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A Victim of Precept. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

A Victim of"Precept; Pkison Visitor (to convict bur glar): ' You say you are now! serving your third term for burglary!' * Convict: ' ¥es'm.' . | Prison visitor: Horrible What could have induced you' to repeat, for • a second and even third time, .a crime, whose fearful punishment . should have made" you reeoil: from even a-thought of further like offending ?'. Convict: '/ 'Ah, Madam ! cept taught''me in Sunuay school.' Prison visitor:' In Sunday school ? Impossible?' ■ Convict: 'Nay, Madam!, Even now'I hear- it as it, were; the voice of memory luring me back to my boyhood : ' If at (irstyou don't succeed, try, try again.' .t .t--—■—J. ■. It was the influence of "

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Bright Benny. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Bright Benny. What a fine boy Benny " is getting to be !' remarked Mr. Bloobuniper's. mother-in-law . who was taking dinner with Bloobumper. w •Yes, in leed,' replied Bloo bumper, proudly,' 'He's a. regular logician, too ;, he'll ask questions and deduct conclu sions in a masterly manner. He's inherited his father's brain power,' added Bloobum - per, modestly . - i A few moments later the conversation touched on Mor monism, and Benny, iir. his search for know-ledge, asked ; Papa what is a .mormon ?' . ' A mormon, Berinv, is a man who marries more than one wil'a.' - ' Then you are a mormon, ain't you, papa'?' asked Benny,. anxious to display t he deduc tive powers which his father had commended. - :V' ; 'I a mormon, Benny ? Why how in the world d id you get such an idea in your head as that ?' 'Why, I heard you tell Mr. Sprat is yesterday^ that y ou had married all your wile's family.' ' Mrs. Bloobumper,' said "that, gentleman, turning .to his, wife,' •' I think Benny had better be. ...

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Sleeping in a Cradle. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Sleeping in n Cradle. There is a ; man of : sevontv in Paris named Wallaca • Supemeau, who still pleops i in -the cradlejho .waB rocked in when a b{iby, and he- has never alupfc one night.of f.his. -long life - in - any other bea. , The youngest of a family of boys, Wallace retained his place1 in the crad;o as he grow;older. 'Hosoon* became too tall to .lio in -it v at "full longthv but ^ he • overcame th is diffi culty by drawing his knees upward. Each; night'-to this dayho rests his feet squarely) ou'the bottom'. ' of tho cradle, sways-his knees to and fro, and rock's himself to sleop as ho did when a small; boy. Tho habit was formed; 'in [babyhood and never •broken. • I&iiry's Schemo. ' Maria,' lie said, as he entered the house,* speakixig before, his wife had. time to- say a word, ' this house is in an awful con dition,' ' Why, Henry—' she began. ' ' Don't try to excuse your self,' he interrupted, ** Look at this room! I was going to bring a friend home with me, but I re...

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State Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

State Politics. ' The Legislafcire Assembly on,Wed nesday considered the amendments made by- the Legislative Council in tlia Amending Land Bill. Mr. Crick, wished the amendments to bo agrcod to in glo'oo,, but tho . House resolved to deal with them seriatim. On a vote on « aew claw extending tho prin ciple of-rea,ppraiBernent to improvement leases the "Government was defeated by two votcR. Mr. Criok then declared that if the^Housc did not reverse its vote he would. throw the bill under, the table. On. Thursday, a motion tr> consider the reintroduction of the Public In struction Act Amendment Bill was negatived. ' The Premier moved the second reading of the Iteductiou of Members Referendum Bill. iie said it would enable every adult to exercise his or her vote to say whether thel-e should be a reduction or not. : The "debnto 'wiis adjourned to Tues day (to-day). . In the Council, Mr. Wise made his second reading speech oil a bill to aznenil the Jaw of' conspiracy. The measure is de...

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Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Federal Politics. The Commonwealth Parliament has been further prorogued to November 2-Aj but the ciisolufcion mpy take p'.aco before that date,. Mr. Deakin deliverod an addressat Or I en Innos.on Weinesday night. Tho Primo-Minister. started out by eulo gising the work of the clying.Parlia ment. .There»wero few Legislatures in .the. world wbicl- 'and carriedout their duties with, such' thoroughness and consistency. Then lfo eulogised the great resources, thercoloss'il natural advantages,;"the incalculable and in finite .'-potentialities for prosperity '.that encompassed New England. _Tlie " White Australia". legislation was eulogisedat length. It wass not, Mr. Deakin declared^ that wo we're;''jealous of tin1 other racus. jealous of our great •■Continent; .with its vast undeveloped resources, that wb passed such 1p-\ys,' but because: wo wanted it settled and developed by the white races. - They desired, to see. the industries of their own country encouraged;"', Goy erninont had done ...

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Straying Stock and Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Straying Stock and Railways An important case against the railway commissioners' was decided ■ at the -Armidale district court, before Judge Murray on Friday, in ■which.Charles Simmons, a farmer of Kelly's .Plains, sought to recover £100 damages for the loss of two. draught horses and a blood filly, which were killed on the rail way line last July. The facts admitted were to the effect that the horses were being de pastured in Simmons' paddocks, when the gate was • left open; and—they strayed upon the highway, and thence through the open gate" near the level ^crossing into the railway enclosure, where they were killed hy the 11 o'clock mail train. , His Honor held that -the ■ commis sioners were not liable to fonce against or protect. straying stock, and. en tered a verdict for the defendants. . Sir John Lackey, K.C.M.G,, late President of the Legislative Conncil, died at his: residence a j - Ausl ormere,. Moss.Vale, on Wednesday.evening,' at. tbo a.jfe of .78_.years. v:The funeral ...

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Thief's Kiss. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Thief's Kiss. A magistrate's olerk lias been . known to have liis tie-pin: stolen while in i court,and on» in Birmingham a few years ago lost hiscoat in this way ; but a more reinarkable example, per haps, of a thief8 olcverneBS undor the very eyes of tho police was that of the bu rglav at Clerkenwell, w homanaged' to*conceal two diamond wings - wliile the police'were searching1 -him, and ' passed one of them to his wife in the cells while the police were looking on. The ring* wore under his tongue, and. -.Dne of thorn passod from his mouth to. his wife's when he was kissing , her good-bye = -

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Fun & Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

: Fun cfc Fancy ...Kind Lady: ' So you were in one | place for three years ? Why did you I leave ?' , ■■ , Tramp : ' I wuii.pardoned, mum.' ; "/.V Old Lawyer : . ' Why do you,, foel' ,that your, e i/ut--'will lose bis . cnso ? I Hav.e you exhausted every- means . at your disposal'to—'j Young-Lawyer : ' No; but I have ] exhausted ail the means at his dis posal.' ; V . . " - ' I don!t know, why it should, sur pnso you to find that I love you,J-<'said j the elderly gallant. . I. ' But, really, jli\ Oldbeau^' replied I the.fair girl, ' I always thought you i were an old woman-hater.' I ' Quite so, but I'm not a young | | .woman-hater.' ■ , *** I ' Will you tlnuk of me when I'm gone ?' asked the lovelorn youth who-,1 seemod unable to tear himself from | her presence. ' * -'(Sure,' answered the fair one, as she strangled a yawn. ' Thatis^ if you ever givemo-the'opportuuity.'- : " ;';V # ■ : ., . ' Well,?, -remarked the. sarcastic tourist, ' this is about the dullest dis-1 trict...

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

Sydney Wool Sales. Auction sales for the week ^concluded on < Thursday - last, ;6627; bales ; being submitted. The highe.t price realised: for greasy wis Hid, but the average price' ranged: from 8£d 'to lO^d. Scoured wool'.roalised up to 21Jdfor best quality, others from 17^ to 20d: -The market .closed ;firm, good wools allowing very.little change as compared 'with the previous week. The greatest decline was most noticeable in inforior ntid faulty descriptions. Scoured wool was in impioved demand. ■ .Mr. Irvine will not relinquish office until theTTViotorian : Pai;liament has completed .tlio ■work for which it was elected.

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 17 November 1903

Church ot England. Bishop Barlow has appointed the Rev. Charles Sydney Hawken. B.A;,;rector of Bodalla, to the 'South Coast■ archdeaconry. -This appointment completes, the -organisation of the Qbtilbur n diocese -into ' tl iree • archdea-! conries — Goalbnra, . Bodalla and Wagga. The Bishop -• liaa. &lsq rap-' pointed the Rev. J. Stnbba, rector of Junce since 1883, a prominent clergy man of the diocese and well-known organiser, to be one of his chaplains. A fair and indnotrial .exhibition in aid of St. Saviour's. Cathedral organ fund was opened on Wednesday by Mr. Ashton, M. L.A. There was a large -attendance, and -the taking* amounted to £120.' The floral section contained, some fine exhibits. :

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

Reliable Tailoring Establishment, GOULBUBN-STREET, CROOKWELL, ;■ V^IVES BEST VALUE AT LOWEST -POSSIBLE PRICES, And Don't -You Forget It! ADDRESS.: OPPOSITE COURT-HOUSE. The " Allora" Tea Rooms. (GOULBURN' STREET, CROOKWELL), > *a/-ISHES- to inform, the Residents of • . Croolcffell-and surrounding District; that her uow.nnd up-to-date • Tx;a Rooms, •are ■■■. . ;f '. SOW IN FULL SWING. MEALS CAN. BE OBTAINED AT ALT. ■ . ' HOURS-* FRESH FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK. Country'Visitors will find the T<;a Rooms . : - •■'Private and-.Convenient. ONE VISIL 'WILL- CONVINCE. W A BBOBEMCE, AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND STATION AGENT, CrOoltwell. "WEEKLY SALES • OF STOCK AND Tt PRODUCE. . ,• -i LAND AGENCY A SPECIALITY MISS BERTHA PINN, f Teaclier of Pianoforte an(i ' -/v. Theory^' -:v. v-:. Prospect-sireetj Grookwell. James Turner, GOULBURN - MARBLE - WORKS, VERNER STREET. GrOuitourn. TITONUMBNl'AL' WORK ^IiO WEST'I Vltr ^PRICES' foiv- EIRST-CLASS MA- I l'ERIAL 'AND LABOR....

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

Notice of Removal. Mrs.Le Count, Fruiterer, -Greengrocer, and ~ Confectioner, YI7ISHES to inform the- public tliat she 7bas, removed' to premises recently occupied by "Mr- M. Louis, where she has opened Up-to-Date TEA ROOMS, and-trusts by Civility and attention' to receive a fair share of Patronage. Meals supplied at all hours. Fresh Fruit aud Vegetables a speciality. HI. I pioofe anfl [ll.Le Count -Also wishes ito notify the public that tbey removed tbeiiv Up-to-Date ■ sBoot Establishment to the promises vacated by Mrs. Le Count-. • All repairs .exe cuted with neatness-aud despatch. • E R. MOON, The Up-to-Date Saddle -and Harness Maker, Goulbum-stroefc,: :'Crookwell, opposite. • Post Oiflco. A choice stock of Goods always on hand to select from. , . For Quality and. Cheapness' my prices cannot foebeat. - All-repairs executed with>neatness and. - ■ despatch. • ; Joe Finn, PAINTER % DECOBATOK, Prospect-street. * 'Groo kwe II. v House-Painting ;a;; Speciality. Albert Hotel, ' Mount...

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