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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

pHURCH SERVICES. 1 - Church - op England. Following; are: the secTficefi. for: Sunday .*>«*ts^r-VC .''7:*' \.V V•-' ■■■-;■. -;.ht■> Crcokwell, 11 a.m. • 'WoodhouaeUo. 11 n.in. 1 ftijsf, 2.30 p.m. Crookwell 7.30 p.m.; Croocwell, 'Wednesday, 7.30 p.m./ , Ben Dore-Bryant) Eactor.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

'Higgle Liberal' Directory - ~ .General Storekeepers— Fumer: Brothers; 'Gdulburn-atreeS, Crook ( ^ .. ' - \ €Jeo. MoBoititliJ ftrtS Son, O'oulbuin-street Crook irell. JblmKoith, Goulburn-sfcreefc, Crookwell.:' John .Tames, Goulburn-afcreet,'Crookwell. Whit« Bros., Goiaburtfsfcreefc,1. Crookwell.: M. Louis/Coalburn-atreefc, Crook well.' ■ Fruiterers-i ll. T. Shorriff, Goulbthru-s6reofc, Crookwell. J..KadwfHf Goidburn-sfcreefc, Crookwell. - Mrs. Le Count, Goulbum-street. Crookwell Mrs, H. "Willis, Goulbum-street, Crook well. <■ '' ' s Bakers— | Georg'e.Green.-Qonlbui'n-Btreefc.-Ci'ddkwelli'l CV C< H«vnieV.<3WlHtfi'fl-&treet. C'rookivell. j Ji. T. Shewiff, Goulburn-stroefc, C'rookwell. i Butchers— >1 E. barker, Goulburu-street, C'rookwell. ■ | J.iKelly,- Goulbum-street, Crookwell. <3. Leuhy, Denison-atreet,' Crookwell.. Blacksmiths— B. Rice, Goulburri-atreot, Crookwell. : 1Y H. Gibson, Colyer-street, Crookwell, " Thompson and "Murp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

OUR POLICY 1 ■THE AEGTLE'LIBERAL ia not owned, sutuidiBedii' conti-olled.v Or run _..At Uie,, dictation or auft ranee -of^ any i clique-,'or; party, 'but as a free and independent journal in the . intoreatg :-of; producers. -Its columns are' open for the free discus sion of ffU publicr mattetaj'wliile sXF. are; 'IttVited to .TDontribute- items ;.of , interest touching pastoral, sgricultmra], mining, and social matters.: 5'This journalwill be outspolien; : consistent, .impartiaif.r^nd'. representative, and .:on this' policy we •will' rely for its success and • advance-,,' m«nt. to business' meet" 13? you are^ in DusineBi, you must adver tise. Competition is too keen nowa days for,any,business to jog along inthe old-fashioned manner. Business -..men must proclaim to the public >U about . : their wares, and those -who. do this most persistently are -invariably those whd succeed. '■ •, Put an ndvertisamentin the AB«TL* Liberal, and you are sure of it/being;, read from one/ end- of- t...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

POSTAL N6T13S. : -The public aro .afforded ithe_opporfcunity of transmitting' -small - sums - of money through the Post within the.- Statej #nd ,to Queensland, Victoria,' SouthAustralia.-.TjiB inania, by means, of Postal. Notea. ' ..Postal Notes off'the following .yalue mar be obtained at'any Money Order Offioa in 'the ' State- on' payment of the ponndag* specified, in connection herewith.-^ Value. Poundage; . -Taluo. .Poundage. Persons may vemit.odd pence up to Sd by: affixing , uuoblitorated' postage stumpy to the; face of the Postal^.Notes,: and tha yalne of the Btamps affiled thereto will ba paid on^'prosentation. ■. .• A Postal Note may be crossed, nr., h« Postmaster shall refuse to pay it 0a ; j to* a banker, \ : ■ Additional poundage, equal to the orig-, inal poundace;-will bo charged on all Postal' Notes over six months old, and- tha". same amount : for every further:.period■ of .aix months. s. d. 10 1 fe 2: 0 2 6 3 0 ,3 C A 0 1: 1 1 1 1 d i ^ i 'Si d. d. 4 6 1 5 0 14 1 ■ 6 ...

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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL.— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Postal and Railway Information* Mails Close at Crookwem.— For Goulburn, viaLaggan-and WoodbanM- - J > ■■■:■ loo, at'4 p.in; on Monday, \Vednesday; :'" and Friday; and by direct route at : ;■ 4-4-5 on-.Tunsday, lhu'rsday, and Sat 1 urday. For Binda, Tuesday; Thursday, and Sat urday, at 10.45. ' For Pejar and Kialla, .Tuesday, Thursday, : and Saturday, at 11.45-o.ni. For Glengarry,.Saturday, at -10:30 a.in. , For, Wheoo, Tuesday • and' Saturday, 1:4$ ; p.m. - Mails arrive at Crookwbi#— - Frpin Goulburn, via Laggan and Wood* *sf? houselee, .Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat urday, as 9.45 , a.m. ; and,by direct , route on :Monday, Wednesday, and , . Friday, at 0 a.w. . : " From Binda, Monday; "Wednesday, and ■Friday,■>at 3-p.m. - From Pejar and ICialla,'rues day, Thursday, ; and Saturday, at 11a.m. ' • From Glengarry,-Friday, at 3.30. From <Wheeo, ■: Tuesday and Saturday, 1 ~i . ■ p. in: :•

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Fun & Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Fun cfc Fancy " These bumps tell mo that you are •a married man," said the phrenolo giflt. "That's right," said the victim ; "but are there only three ?" y *#* JimsonI see, that ladies^are begin ning to take' their hats off'' in the theafcxes. - Bilsoa : Yes, some bright genius -started the theory that women kept their hats on"'because their hair was false! -— *** Do you think that a woman should dictate to her, husband- ?*" ■ -J Of course,* answered the ^tactful Woman. ' But bhe should have the skill-to conceal/the fact that she is doing so.' V •: . 'Am I really and truly the 'first girl you ever, kissed ?'•... ■ ""Do-you1 doubt it darling- ?.' r ' Yes; your manner savours of long experience.!'~ 'But how do you know that ?' , •" Irate Honseholder (excitedly) : Haven't- you .taken any steps to mond that leak in the roof -yet<?;-';Why the. -rain's . beenpouring in - these two days !" Leisurely Workman : ' No. I ain't got no steps, and-our ladeors is' all ap at the yard !' ...

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Public Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

4 . '-Public" Holiday. We understand that next Monday liaa iboen*. Gazetted ;apublic holiday for the police district of Goulburn. ^ A. gunner at Victoria JB^riacks named Albert Hmvy Shore commit -ted suicide: oil Tuesday by cutting his tbroat.

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and [?] p[?]chaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

COMMEHCIA^ CROOKWELL ^PRICES OTERENT.'' (That it- "letwcen ■ t]ie producer- arid - ' pnrtiwter.J • Wheat, 4/9 'per bushel Oats, 3s to 3s 3d . bushel , . .y Maizo, 4sto 4s 3d bushel, Flour; j612"5s'to'jeiS'tott.1' . . Bran, lOd to Is per bushel . * Pollard, lid to Is Id per bushel Oil -Cake, 8s per cwb • • Chaff (oaten)433. 15s to £i Ss prr' ton/;; Potatoes—Brotfuell seed, JE4 l0s.ton ; • Circular'Heads (eatiug) ;S31<W? - Onions, 6s per cwtr. Eggs, 7d per dozen Butter (factory;,-9id, dairy 7d-" Bacon, 8d ; hams, 8d-" Beeswax, 8d to lOd lb r . Horsehair, lOd to Is 2d lb : ' Lard, Gd to M lb . ~ Sheepskins, 5d to 6d • Hides, 2.Jd to 3d] lb . Poultry—Fowls, 2/6 to 3/6 pair j duckVj 2/0 to 3/6 pair.; geese, 5/- to 6/ ; • Turkeys—hens, 5s to fo,- £ObblerV . 10s 4o 14s pair •

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Crookwell Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Ci'ookwell Police Court,. Beeor?' My. J:: Tozer;" J.P. yesterday •ne. defaridaub -was fined -l/- .or the ris ing of the court-for drunkenness. '

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

I ' GOTJLBURN PKICES , GUEEENT." ; - Wheat, 5a per bushel flour, .£12-T5a toj£l'2 153 . Brkfr; 9id to 10id bushel Maise, 8/9bushel . ... Barloy (for feeding purposes),-. 4s to 4/3" Oats—feed 3/3 to 3/6i seed- 3/3 to 3/6 Hay, ,£4 10s to £5 5s toa ' Straw, J!3 to JE310s ton V . , V i Chaff, .£4 to £5 ton (inclusive of bags) v . Onions/l3s per cw£-' Buttoi—factory lOd, dairy 7d Lavd, 8d to 9d-lb ; Eggaj 8d dozen ' ' ' S Potatoes, £3 Ss to JB3 10s ton-; Brownells. :. . (seed) £i 10s - Cattle—Bullocks -£i 5s to .£12 108; cow's . £3Ha to jE9, heiiers £3 to £4, 10s, springers J35 10s to ^£9,: steers JB3 10s to &h '■■■■. Sheep—Wethers 13s to 20s; ew.es 11/6 to 20S ' ■ :: -i ■■ ■ Pigs—Fat to J!3 ; porVerB,,30EP to 33#.;. stores 15s. to 25s ; slip^ lUs to 16s;, . SVickers.JJs to 11» Gd . -■ • Beef (retail) 4£d l o (id lb •• Muttjm ,, 3Jd to !>d. Hides, 3 £d to 4d per lb : Tallow, i!18 to £i'i per ton • Wattle bark, to •£•£, hickory to 30fl ton Poultry—Fowls 3s to.63 pair; turkeys—,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

FARM FOR SALE. 30 Acres Freehold, ,?28(K Acres C.P., ' Situate at Redground,' 4j miles from*. Crookwell, 2 -miles from Laggan. Butter Factory, anc 4 miles &on»r , MoAlister Bail way Siation! GEO. McDONALD & SON Have been' tavourcd with instructions fronr ■ Mr. P. Naughton to sell'by auction''". • At the Commercial Hotel,- Orookwcll, at 2 p.m. On Satur(lay,24tli Octobers The above very desirable property, 70 acrpa" of which has been cultivated, Antf mora could be put under crop at a very small cost for clearing. 40 acces-of growing trop may be taKen. by tho'purchaser at a-valuationi*' An abundance of good water, even'iif "the-, driest years. A-comfortable house; orchard, "• &c.; The auctioneers--desire to point out thaf it is seldoln a' property of this con-^. veUient size;-so well situated, and posseai^. ing so inanj natural advantages, comes7-; into the marset in this favoured district. Full particulars froui . GEO. McDONALD AND SON, , 'Crookwell. ' Prelimin...

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THE BRITISH MINISTRY. LONDON, Oct. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

THE BRITISH MINISTRY. London, Oet. 12. It is officially announced that the following appointments have been made in the British Ministry :— • ;. v^he .Biarqui^of Salisbury be cbioies L«i'd Erivy'Seal, in suc cession to Mr. A. J. Balfour, whci t relinquishes that office. The .Marquis of Salisbury, is in cluded in the Cabinet. Captain JB it}. Pretyman,Oivil r'LoYd of fthe Admiralty, isap pointed Secretaiy to the Ad . miralty, in succession to Mr. H. O. Arnold-Foster, vcho is now Secretary of State for: " Mr'.' Lee becomes First Lord of the Admiralty, in succession to Captain Pretyman. Lieutenant-Colonel Bromley Davenport is appointed Finan cial Secretary to the War Office, in <place of Lord Stanley, now iToirimaster-Weneral. Jjord Balcarres is appointed a Junior Lord of ^the Treasury, in place of Mr. K' Ahstrutner, nojra. member' of the, Suez Canal Commission, The Marquis of Hamilton is appointed Treasurer of his Ma jesty's Household, in auccesaion to Mr. Victor Cavendish, ...

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FLOODS IN THE UNITED STATES. LONDON, Oct. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

.'".V- • ;.;-v ; FLOODS7IN THE, UNITED STATES.1";. London, Oct. 12. The, recent '.'heavygrains in the North-eastern. portion of. the United States have caused floods-in'New Jersey. The.com mimications'»i*e interrupted. Tifty* houses were destroyed in Patterson, and in the nulls, much valuable machinery lias been ruined; Ten' thousand hands have-been thrown idle by the destruction of the mabhin ery. .Thoijgh the "floods are sub siding terrible inconvenience and suffering and loss have been experienced in New York State .and at New Jersey. Traffic on the rail way sin many places have been suspended. K undreds of persons - were res-:, cued from Pattefcson after hav ing been: without food fox* two days, "

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Oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Oddfellowsliip. ■The quarterly meeting of the Orook well Lodge;o£ Oddfellows was vheldin the-Sehool of Acts roo^ns on Wedues ~i3ay ; night 'last. Hro.A-J. Howe, Noble Grand; presided, and there was a good attendance of officers aud mem bei-s. ■ i ' -Considerable disenssion: arose over : tile question of securing another room in-which to hold the' lodge meetings, i tlie-reason* being that the "present room in the School of Arts- was un suitable for a lodge room, both as iof gards convenience and privacy. i A sub-committee consisting of Bros.' Button, Smith and Ilowland was ap pointed somo time ago to deal with j the' matter of securing,a more suitable j room, "and the report of this commit. i tee, which was read at the meeting, i contained a suggestion oliat- I ho lodge should rent tlk: premis s adjoining the Ji.S: and A. Bank, and arrange with the present tenants : to continue as tenants of the lodge. i lie . room which ^would-be required by the lodge is at present un enanted a:ul w...

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Incurable. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Incurable. A'POOR woman inacotjatryviilage had a son who tfaS a 'terrible drunkard. She reasoned with him v«ry ofton iibont his dissolute habits, and at last,; in dispair, wont to the -village clergy-' ve.ua with her trouble. ■ He sympathised with her, andread ily undertook to try what he could to effect - a <saie,- andj dismissing the womadj toVd hertplet him. know at oriCe when het son'' was drunk agr.in. In the meantime the clergyman bad; a coffin made, and. at the same time made arrangements for opening a vanlt in the cemetery. It was not many days before ho re ceiyedMfie news he waswaiting for. The man was again hopelessly drunk, and . - while .iu this state, he.;wqb shrouded, placed •in ^fae-coffin,^,ckrried to the v&nltj and-s man, also dressed in grave clothes, set'to: watch^beside.the coffin to report tlie - drunkard's awak ening,; ■ j After a deep sleep the man awoke, tried to stretch his limbt, but iailed, owing to the narrownefs of his prison, He next ...

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Convalescent. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Convalescent; We .are pleased ..to notice , that Mr. J. J; Manion; J.P.„ia able to get . about again : after-_ his Jong illneBS. - Mr. ■Manion. ;lina .been'.under :the care of Dr.FiaBchi'/'for,;; some ; considerable time. ,

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No Change for Him. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

No Change for Him. ^Employer: ,W<Jli John, I have, de cided to1 do Bopaeupinjj. for you that Trill o&pBe yon' to^ renumber Corona tion Tear. I vrjll, give yon a two shilling rise and jdake your wages £1 per weelt. „ --v. ,r, /*.■'■ Old'Labonrer s Noi no, Bir,- thank ee ail the same; "for man an' :b woy, 20 year »n and out)' J'*0 had my uyteen ahillin'aweek,. and ay teen bhillin' a week/t will have to vbe»"'n<? »*ore, no lesB,''

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P[?]SBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Pmsbytekian Church. Crooxwoll, •'' 11 a. in._„./-BpeeiaL. Children a. per vice). Crookwol), 7.30 p.m. ■; • % Laggun, 3 p.m. ■ . - ■ Preacher—Eov. C- Crane, B.A.

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Mkthodist Ohubch. jCr00K*"»eU, ll a.m.—Mr. T. 11, tfieson. Crookirell, 7.30 p.m.—Be v. J. WalKfr Mullen, 11 n.m.—iir. i\ Beivi-d. TwriUga, 11a.m.—.Rev. J. WiiIkci

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The Arggle Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

AND piSTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not' Neutral'.'. Truth, ever lovely since the worldbcgan,. T\eJ~ot of tyrant' and the friend of man. *RIDlY,~OCTO£ER16, 1903; What are the prospects of the Argyle farmers This may appear to be .a T017-simple question,-'still we. submit : it well worthy-of very careful con (nderatioo, inasmuch as it concerns thf« whole community, the farmers - fJtouid t$ke, particular interest in their own welfare and carefully ask them •elves the above. No. matter, whaj professional politicians may say to the contrary,,we must admit the farmers We-the b^Jkboijeof the country and should receive ■ every t encouragement; since they Eupply the masses with - r foodBtuffs,aud anything which may foev to financially embarass those tenitoml democrats (to use a phrase; of the Bon. B. W. O'Sullivan) must recoil'. oa the- whole community, therefore, it behoves the farmers to carefully, cpnaKfcr their: economic .po— sition. We maintain that a'recurrence of the good: seasons in the...

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