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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 November 1903
'Kile Liberal7 DMorg. :Solicitors— - X>, T. Clifton, Qoulburii-street, Crook-well, John Connellnn, Goulbuni-street, Crook Tvell. - ' Banks— Bwrk of N:S.W.; Goulbvivn-atroei:, Crook* well. U.S. and A.C. Bank, • Goulburu-strcefc, CVookwell. :• . - Chemist and Dentist— "Mr.-H. Blackaddor, Goulburn-etreet, Crook . wo]!. . v ■ • Dentist— :. '■Mr. f!. H; Golby-Goulburn-atreet, .Crook ■ -well. " :■: : 1 . ' ;Printers *W. J: Smith.&■ Co., . publishers ,of i4.rgy!e Liberal. &lt; Office : Gonl burn-street, Crookwel), directly opposito tlifc Post OiliCG, Newsagent— E. V; Coleman, Goulburn-sti'eet. Crookwell. Storekeeper, Newsagent, &c. Au Eerahaw. Goulburn-street, Crookwell.' ; 'Milliner Hiss A. Hnrvey,-Gonlburn street, Crook ' > \ Dressjnaker. v Miss Berrell, Old School of Arts, Goulburn etreet. ,Sworn Valuator. V ,A. J. Glennan, G oulburn-atreet,: Crookwell Auctioneers— Geo. McDonald and Son, Goulbum-street, 'Crookwell. • ■ j E.' C. Bray, Goulbum-stroet, Crookwe...
Crookwell Police Court. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 19. Before Mr. S. Murphy, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 November 1903
Crookwell Police Court. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 19. Before Mr. S. Murphy, P.M. One defendant (through Mr. Clifton) pleaded guilty to using obscene language, and was fined 30/, with 4/10 costs. Fine paid.- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The following defendants, for keeping &nbsp; unregistered dogs, were each fined respec- tively 10s, with 4s 10d costs:—E. Hurley, A. Withers, R Bartlett and M. Walsh. R. F. Siggs (who did not appear) was fined £2 10s, with 14s 6d coats, for keeping three unregistered dogs. &nbsp; E. Hurley, for splitting, timber on a re- serve without a license, was fined 20s and 5s 6d costs. &nbsp; T.Howard, for cutting timber on a re- serve without a license, was fined 20s, with 5s 6d costs. Allowed a month to pay the fine. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; C. Willis, junr.,...
GOULBURN NOTES. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 20 November 1903
GOULBURN NOTES. -------*------- &nbsp; &nbsp; (From our Correspondent.) STOCK SALES.—To-day's sales were fairly well attended. There was no advance on previous rates ; but the bidding was as brisk as heretofore. Fat bullocks ran to £11 for prime beef ; others from £7 to £10 15/ ; cows brought from £5 10 to £7. Very few store cattle in : Dairy heifers brought to £5 : a few poddies made 35/6 ; yearlings and over to £2 15/. Fat sheep sold well as usual. Fat wethers to 18/6 ; ewes with lambs at foot, from 17/9 to £1 ; one or two pens of hoggets brought from 11/6 to 13/. Only one or two pens of store sheep offered, some of which were withdrawn ; those sold were—store wethers from 14/- to 16/ ; ewes from 13/- to 16/. POLITICAL.—The forthcoming con- test for representation of Werriwa in the Federal House of Representatives has almost dwarfed every other topic &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of public interest. As your advices have ...
ENGLAND v. N. S. WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
England : v. N. S. Wales. . The- above match was commenced on the Sydney .Cricket Ground on Friday; Tlio visitors won-the tosB aud-tent the home team in to bat ua a vvefc ' wicket. . At the .drawing- of stumps on Saturday t'ae score stood as folio wh :— ■ ■ JSf. S. Wales-—-1st Innings, . r Triiaper,;.st..Lilley, b'Rhodes ... Duffi, o Lilley,: b Arnold ... Noble, o .Lilley, b Arnold .. Hopkins, c Bmuad, b Rhodes ... S. K. Gregory, lbw, b Rhodes ... Kelly, c Tyldesloj, b-Rhodes ... Howell, c Arnold,. b iShodea ... C. Gregory, st. Liiley,. .b Rhodes Hiekson, c .Rhodes, b Arnold ... Fisher, c Fosceir, b Arnold ... McBeth," not out .... Bye • :. ... ' ... / 103 14 .. 3 .. ' 4 .. 25 .-. 2 .. 9 .. 4 .. 0 .. o .. o l English XI.—1st.Innings. Warner, thrown out by C Gregory ... 40 Huyw u-d, c and b E isher ... ...'13 'i'y desley, b Noble . ■ ... 80 l''o3ter, c Howell,'b MoBeth ..i ... »ia i Bt'tiiUnd, c'l'rxiruper,, b MoBeth... ... 3u | Hirst, b Howell ... ... ... bb Bositiiquet, e Howell, b...
[?]IALLA V. PEJAR. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
EXALT,A V. PEJAK. . Tne second match of this season be tween the above: cl aba eventuated oh' Saturday afternoon- last, on- the ; P«*jar wiekotj; tlie ircs^lt -btnng another' de cisive win for Kialla. The bowling' of. A. Gil loBpio and B. Ken nedy for the visitors was very effective. Following are the. scores ' PEJAK... II. Dooley, b Kennedy ... ...13 W. White, b Kennedy. ... ... 3 J. White,; 8t.; J. Gillespie, b. A. Gil ^ lespie-... .;. I.. 10 J. Wetherspoori. b'Gillespie ... 2 W. Dooley; b Gillespie ; ... ... 0 J. Broderick, b Kennedy ... ... 10 W--Broderiok, run oiit ... ..." 5 G. .O'.JBrien, Bt. J. Gillespie, b A. -Gillespie .. ... ... 2 J; Scary,.not out ... ... ... 7>" J, Mortimer, c und b Gillespie ... 2 .''.Sundries ... ..." 4 " KIALLA. J." Gillespie, b J. White H. Colljs, b J. White E. Kennedy, not out A. Gillespie/ hot out. Sundries ... 58 69 29" 37. 7. Tjvo wickets for .... 178
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
LEGAL. JOHN CONNELLAN, B.JL, SOLICITOR, PrtOCTOR, Ac., ' CROOKWBLL. Office: Goulbum street, opposite. li.S.aad A. Bank. . ATTENDS Gunning, Qoulburn, Taralgft and Tuenn Courts. Ti ust Money to Lend foil Freehold and' _ C.P. Security. ■ ■■'•O [LEGAL.]: : v •ESSES. BETTS AND SON,. Attorneys, Solicitous, and Proctobi, ' '■ MONTAGUE STREET, - GOULBUKN, V A Member of the Firm attends Monthly Court at Crookwell. 1 TKUST FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR ■ INVESTMENT. - SSCRSTARISS- PLEASE NOTE-! V"OU can get nil. yoar Concert and • Social Tickets bnll and Race Ero granimes, and in f&lt;irt any class of printis£ • done ■ ' At the " Liberal" Office CHEAPER than you can get them printed elsewhere. Bear this fact in mind when . you require -some. '' Our Address :5, Goulbum-street, Crook well (directly opposite Post Office.) • TO ST AND. THIS SEASON, AT IvAGGAiM, And travel through Btuda, Peel wood, and Iriahtown, TltK DKATJGHT STALLION, / CAPTAIN. ATTAIN-iiVdaidc-krojira :■ i standing- -17'handfrhig...
SPORTING. Cricket. MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
SPORTING.; Cricket.. - ; MARRIED. Y.'.SINOIiBV, ."A. match was.plnyedJherq- on Fiiday between teams rppresquting the above. >fLMie Manned •••team.. basted--.first,-and scoied 153 runs, the principal ■ con .-tribmor being. Clifton,who.knocked: up 75.in.his-usual fi:eestyle ; Henville -(• 14) nudiDenuing .;(10)?;.a;8&lt;> : reached double -.figurHS.- Turner .'.(Gwicke-ts)' ■bowied ' besf.. Wheiv tftump* were drawn fche-.Smgles had: scored 154-foiv 8 wioketo,"- Turner 63/ McDonald ' 66-,> i and Littlefield 12.. Deuning .(7 wick- i ets)--bowled bbst-, securiug 4 wickets in the Iaat.over.bowled. -I
The Werriwa Electorate. (To Editor Argyle Liberal.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
The Werriwa Electorate. "i ' (2o Editor: Argyle Liberal.) Sir,—Witli reference to (lie statement of he situation regarding the Wemwa electorate as "put- forth in your Goul burn Notes appearing in last Friday's issue.'of • yonr paper no. one. ac quainted >with ^tlie ficts surrounding . the case, could reasonably, complain. There is only one,sentence which calls foT Comraent, or-perhapa, I should.Bay, explanation. Tho sentence I refer to is sis • follows :—Both gontlomon -("-VIessrs. Iiar ott.aiid Grrogan) i.I learn •agreed 'o abide -by the decision pi-i the meeting- .which; however, . was not ;representative.of the whi>le electorate."' You also dwell .on-.this point, in .your.: impartiallyrwwtteh editorial in terms that; from t'ho ; consideration of 'the mutter, in so far as you had becom-j seizod ofthe facts, are quite withiu thej: scope, of fair .criticism. You write.) '• There is no doubt that the 'whole trouble has arisen through . th& buiig-. ling'of the sixteen ge...
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
' RAIIAVAY PARCELS RATJiS. j SL'lie.following is ti e scale of cliarjj/is.ior tlia carriage of parcels ou the' Government , laihvays —J „ N '■ Si mil is i'2.iv«L.Tfl Up to40nnlos—31b. and undeiv'3d'£$lb;,to^: 71b., 3d, 71b. to ltlb , 6d; ltlb. to ' .2Slb., i)d ; -281b. to 561b.;-' 1/; SClb. -to 811b.,..l/(!; every addition:)! 14lbs. .or part thereof &lt;id. r . . For 51 to. 150 iniloa-r3lb. and under 6d ; . Mb. to 71b„>Qd; 71b.,to 141b., 1/; 141b. / to 281b., l/G ; 281b. to 501b., 2/G ; 561b, to 8flb„ ii/6 j.every additional 141b. or^Kvtthoreot.'M. For 151 to iOO imJes-^illj. and ivnderv.lj; 81b. to 7lb.,'l/3; 71b...to, 141b;, 1/9; 14'b.. to 281b., 2/'J; 2Slb, to 5Glb., 4/; 561t. to 811b.. 5/3 ; every additional • 141b. or part thereof, 1/. Over 300 miles—31b. and under, 1/6: 3Jb. . to 71b., 2/ ; 71b.-to 141b„ 2/6 ; J.41b. ,*o fi81b., 4/; 281b, ..to.501b., 6/3 561b.,to 841b., SI; every additional 141b. or part thereof, 1/0. All fractions of Jd-.will be charged as 3d. :• 5...
TARLO NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
TARLO NEWS. (From our Gnrresimnrlf>nt. '\ Weather.—The weather during the J week has been decidedly unpleasant -1 A cold easterly wind lias been blowing' accompanied by mifty 'ahoweirs. Al' shearing .operaticiis. ;have been- sus pended for a tinif, which is very un pleasant for sheep owners, who will now be made-feul somo of. the.disad'-j vantages of-a good season, viz ; grass seeds, flies, t:tc. Obituary.—lb is n>y sad duty to re port the death of Mr. Angus Cameron, of " Glendonald," Tai lo, who departed this life on . the .evening - of the 9th ! inst. The deceased gentleman was-i well and-hivoiably known throughout.' the district/ • Pho- cause of 'death was consumption. Deceased leaves a widow: •and four young children to mourn (11a Ions. -. . ■-■.. : lennis. ~ A party- of tennis players journeyed . to Taralga last - Saturday, and met wil.h defeat: at the hands' of the Houptouu Club. The'local players speak very highly of. the; treatment they received during- their: visit at...
GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
G0DL13UKN TO CEOOKWJELL IiHra,. A train leaves Goulburn daily, Sundays '- i v ... and Wednesdays • axcepted, : at: '/fiO &lt; n.ni.;. Boslyn, 8.55; arrives Crookwell ■ ».-9.50. A train leiwes CrookT.-ell.'.aaily, Sundays ■ . and Wednesdays excepted,' ut 3ilO p.nf. ; Roslyn, 8.55; arrives ^Goulbwrn 5.30. . On /Wednesdays trains leave Goulburn-iat' • p ■. 5J5 n.ni. and 3.-20 ,p.in.; Koslyn, 6.40 . ' a.m. .and 4.45 .p.m.; arrive a£ Crook > .••■,ivell7.30 n.iii.:and 5.40 p.m. ■ • Ou .Wednesdays trains leave CrookwGlU:at . 8.5 u.ni.' and &lt;>.20 p.m.; Kosl.vn, 8&lt;40' n,m. and 6:50 p.m. ; arrive Goulburn ; ' •.ilO.lO a.m. und'8.25 p,ui. o:: ■
FULLERTON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
FULLERTON NEWS.. ■ (St/ Our Correspondent.)' During- the week east winds have been blowing in- this district,. accom panied, by some light showers of Vain. As a-consequen'ce there has been a de lay with the sheading in all cite small sheds around here. Owing to the splendid i' ._ins the country looks bertu tiful, and. there is abundance of. grass ■and! crops-; in fact, the_ grass is so plentiful that several farmers; have, suifoi ed . losses through their • cattle bursting. iiabbit-s avo getting very numerous in this district. Poisoning has been tried with good, results; even in the long grass the rabbits take it-well j' but you wiiut a plain track to; lay the poison in. - : - .... November 20. / •
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
liearn thejNe^w Shorthand $^'Mr Vv-tj-7-:\^■.yf0:'l'; JNo mattevAKluere ymiliv#, «'^yi2ir te a'oh^u Shorthand. $2£ lessons for 21/; postage * Only,.three *less>ns tc write" jiofces -, -21'to completion. ' Our correspondence system ot Tuitiorr has. given 11 esults• .UNCHALLENGED. . f . BE UP-T0-BATE4 Study the •Simplest and Most PiJACXicAfi' System. * White for PakticuljUis. ' W. CHARLTON H CTBBLE,. T : ' Gibbs' Chambers, v •Aloore-at.jiSydn^y.