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Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Syiluey-Commercial. Messrs. Elus.& Co,-report:— ■ - Pigs, 600 yarded this woek, porkers find baekfatters sold readily at real good valueR, although a slight reduc tion in heavy porkers .was noticeable, on Inst week's high rates ; -baconern all woijjhts.-fold steadily at a leductiou of 08 poiv- head on .-.recent" values, stores sell steadily at fair-prices, prime por-; kern 001b \vorr,h 33s, prime baconors .1201b worth 55s,-.buckfat.ters:to £6 ;2s Gd. stores 7h to 23s each. Calves, '2013. penned, nghc inferior sorts sold steadily at fair values; prime quality kinds, also heavy descriptions, cum maud.ready sale afc hiph prices. Both pigs and calves vt ill realise higlrpi-ices' at near future sales. Prime vealers J)0ib to 1201b worth 32s to. 4Gs, heavy sorts to 73s, extra weighty to ifii I5s. 1700 carcases of frozen pork arrived here from Queensland this week 'for ■the bacon curcs, this causes the fall in bacon pigs.. , - ' "• November 19. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
■Solicitors— 0; T. CJifton.'Goiilburn-street, Crookwell. - >John' -Connellaii,; Goulburn-street, Crook • well, -Banks— _ ; "Bank of N. STYV., GouVburn-streefc, Crook well. . 'E.S.: and \ .• A;C. Bank,. vQonlburn-stroet, Crookwell. Chemist and'Dentist—; /Mr. H. Ulackadder/Goulburn-street, Crook well. . '■ Dentist— ffl.ii. 0. >H. Golby-Goulburn-street, Crook well. * -,s - - Printers. W. J; Sinith & Co., publishers oi Ar//y!c Liberal. Office: Gonlburn-street, Crookwell, . directly opposite- the Post Office, ■ -..Newsagent—:--'. ;j OE. 'W.-^Golemali, Goulbucn-sfcreefc,'Crookwell. f "Storekeeper, Newsagent; &c. A. Kershaw, Goulburn-street; Crookwell. Milliner— Miss A. H-arvey, Gtoulbum street, "Grook well. Dressmaker. .Mils-Berrell, Old School of Arts, Goulburn -atiest. .Sworn Jlaluaterr. • _ - rA. J^Glerinan; Goulburn-sfcreet, Crookwell Auctioneers— Geo. McDonald nnd Son, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. iE.-C.-,©r*y,-GoulVrain-stroet, Crookwell: . A.H.Alford, Goulburn-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
0U31-- POLICY- - THE ARQYliE' LIBEEALisnotowned, subsidised,Controlled, or i run C at. the dictationssuffrance :• of . any clique' or party, -Imt as a.frofiand independent journal inthe interesta of prodncera. Its columns-are open for the freediscus sion of. all piiblic 'matters,' 'while all fire invitedto -oontribute items - of .interest touching pastoral, «g-ricultural, mining, - and social:matters.r> Thia journal will be ioutsppken/ ' oonsistent, :'impartial; and representative, and1 on thia vpolicy Tve ■ will - rely lor its - Buccess and advance ment. TO BUSINESS MEN i IJP you are in nusinoss, jou must adver tise. v Competition is too keen now-a-, i days for any businossto jog alonst.in the I old-fashioned manner.- Business , men must proclaim to-tlia vpublio. all about' their ■wares, and those who do this most, ^persistently. &lt;iro • invariably, those ..who; succeed. . , . Put an advertisement iu the Akotlb Liberal,, and you are sure of it being . read from one. en...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
POSTAL NOTliS. The public are afforded the • opportunity of transmitting small' sa'ms. of money through the Post within, the State, and .to Queensland, yiotoria, South Australia, Tas manfa,l^y. laeans ®f Bostal- Notes. ./ Poat&tNofcesiof ;the following value ■ mav be obtained at any Money Order. Offioo ,-in (the State ok paymont of the poundage specified in connection herewith— , Value. Poundage. Value, poundage. ■ s 4_ . d 8. d. d. X 0 a . ■ 4 G 1 1 C ■ . i 5 0 U jj 0 1 7 6 ■ vj ■ 2. G 1 10 0 3 3 .0 1 10 6 3 3 G ■ ■ I ■ 15 0" 3 * 0 1 20 0 3 Persons may remit odd pence up to 5il - by affixing^ uuobliteratad postage stamps to the face of the --Postal: Notes, and the value of the stamps a&ixed thereto will bo 'paid on presentation. ; A Postal .Note may be croaaed; aud'tha • Postmaster suall.refuse to pay it except,to a banker, .. Additional poundage, equal to the orig inal poundage, will bochargedon all Postal Notes over six months old, and the, same .amount for .every...
Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Postal and Railway Information., Ma.11,8 ClOSV. at CltOOKWELf, For Q oulburn, >via Laggan und Woodliougo- ■ • leo, at '4 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, . : .and- Friday; and by direct route, at 4.45'on Tuesday; 'lhuraday, and Sat " ,. urday. For'Binda, Tuesday, -.Thursday,- and .-fiat •urdajr, at-10.45.- - v ' \ .: j . For Pejar and^Kialla, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,.afc.&lt;Lli4o a.iu.: - . . For Grlongarry, Saturday, at 10.30 5i.in. For Wheeo, Tuesday and Saturday, 1/.4 5 . ■p.m. i ■' ' jMaILS^ASRIVE AT\ ChOOSI WIJLIr— From Goulburn, via i Laggan and Woofi- . ■ ' , houselee, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat- . . -vtirday, ac 9.45 n.m.; -and by, direct route on Monday, Wednesday v a&d Friday, at 9 a.m. From Binda, Monday, Wednesday, : and ,. Friclay, a,t 3 p.m. . From Pejar and Kialla^".Tuesday, Thursday,. •;and Saturday, at 11 a.m. ' • Froni; Glengarry, Friday, at 5.30. . From ' Wheeo,. Tuesday and Saturday,- 1 " '. p.ni;.. , ;;
British Fiscal Policy. LONDON, Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
British Fiscal Policy., London. Nov. 19. Mr. C. T. Ritchie, addressing his-constituents at ..Thornton Heath last night, strongly re sented the: imputation of Mr. Chamberlain that he sprang . a surprise on the; Cabinet on the eve of the budget by insisting that' the import duty on corn of Is a quarter should be re moved. *' Mr. Tlitchie declared that the Cabinet was aware since November 1, 1902, that ' lie would not accept ' Mr." Chamberlain's proposal to re . tain. the corn tax and give a preference .to Canada. ! ' The Chamber of Commerce' of Wo'veihunption li s passed a resolution endorsing Mr. Bill, four's 'policy of retaliation. The Chamber also approved of ftfr. ; Chamberlain's proposals conclitionally upoh the cost of livingnotbeinginoreased. The Montreal Board of Trade has passed a resolution endors ing the preferential trade pro posals of Mr.. Chamberlain. No fewer than 40,000 appli cations have been made for ad mission to Mi-. Chamberlain's meeting at. Cardiff.' ;'
Unity of the Empire. LONDON, Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Unity ot tli'e Empire. London, Nov. 19. The Agents-Gen eval &lt; of the colonies took fare well of Mr. J. Chamberlain at the 'Colonial Office yesterday. ' Lord Strath- i cona, the;High Commissioner j for. Canada; complimented Mr. Chamberlain for trying hard throughout his period of office &lt;o realise the gramd idea of draAving closer the different parts of the Empire, and of broardening and rendering more .practical; the ties of sen-; timent. Mioiigh the' colonies might differ in regard to details ye,t generally they desired closer; and more effective union with.the motherland. ;; Mr. Chamberlain,' in reply to the Agents-General, said he was touched' and gratified by I the' generous? appreciation- of his work. .■ He acknowledged -that he'' had received much valuable advice and support from the Agents-General of the colonies.; His; many : discus-: sions with them'and.with other colonial representatives had never resulted in.those unhappy wranglings which some sup po...
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
_ COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES , CURRENT. (That is ■ letweeu the producer anil first purchaser.J ■ Wheat, 4/6 per bushel Oata, 2s (3d to 3s bushel Maize, 4s to 4s 3d bushel. ■ • - Flour, XI2 10a to £12 15/ ton Bran, 9d to 19d per bushel ■ Pollard, lUd to Is.ldper bushel: Oil Cake, 8s per cwt ' Chaff (oaten) £'2 10s to £3 per ton Potatoes—Brownoll seed, £'A per ton; Circular Heads (eating) to X2,10s.. Onions, 4s per cwt. , ; Eggs, 8d pe'- dozen Butter (factory;, 10id, dairy 8ds ■ Bacon, 8d hams, 9d . ■ ' Beeswax, lOd lb .. Horsehair, lOd to Is Lard, 6d lb • ■■■■„•.. ■ Sheepskins, 5d to 6d lb Hides, 3d ll> • . ' Poultry—Fowls, 3/ to 3/G pair;-, ducks, . 3/ to 3/3 pair; • geoso, 5/- to G /•; Turkeys—hens, 5s to 7s, .gobblers 8s to 13s pair \ . 1
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT: [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
GOTJLBURN PillCES CURRENT: Wheat; os per bushel .Flour, J212 Os to J312 10a ■ Bran,: 8(1 to 9d bushel Maize, 3/6 bushel. "• Barley (for feeding purposes), 3/9 to 4/ ■ Oats—feed 2/9 to 3/, seed 2/9 to 3/ . Hay; .£4 10/ to iE5 ;5s ton Straw, .£3 5/ to jC3 10? ton Chaff, £i to 5/ ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, Gs per cwt. Butter—factory 8d, dairy 7(1 Lurd, SJd to 9sd'lb Eggs, Od dozen Potatoes, J£o to J25 10s ton; Brownells" (seed) X4 10s Cattle—Bullocks .£4 5s to iSll 5s; cows' Jfi 5s to £7, heifers .£3 to ,£4 15s, springers JBS -Oa to £715s, stoevs £3 to JB5 10s - - Sheep—Wethers Ids to 19s j ewes 11/G to I(is ■ " Pigs—Fat to JG3 ; porVers 30s to 4Gs; stores 18s to 25s; slips 12s to 25s; suckers 9s to 14s Gd Beef (retail) 4Jd to 6d lb . Mutton „ 3Jd to • 5(1. , ■ Hides,.32d to 4d per lb • lullow', d£18to.ifi22 -per ton Wattle bark, to £i,-hickory to-30s ton Poultry—Fowls 4s.to Gs pair ; turkeys—;; . gobblers 8s to 18s, liens G/G to 9s ; ducks 2/6 to 5/4 j geese, 5s to 5/9 Shoei)skin...
Neither of Them. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Nei ther of Them. A private of tho .Lancashire " Fusi liers way standing outside Bury Bar racks, vrtien ljovwas accostod . by a • passiug trainp, who thought jie knew him. ; ;' Hello,Pat P' said I lie tramp. ' Hollo, Mick .r' said the private, ■not kuowinghim,:bat "wishing to bo civil. . ' My name's- not Mick !' said the train p. -Neither is- mine PatP said the soldier. .' Well, be jabers ?' said tho tramp, 1 it's neither of as ?"" -
"Patch Her Up." [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
" Patch Her Up.'" A doctor,' vjsitiug^a snowpationfc for the' first"'- time, ' asked the usual question as to how-long she had'been ilI,andilicitedthe"8tfttcmenttbafcsho had been out of sorts for- six months: The " huabaud ' hearing tho remark blurted oat: • ' ' a'It's a lie,foryou'vo , been bad| all your life?' &lt; * (Hush ! hush I , Mrl Blank,' said ■the doctor ; ' y.on should not say that.' ' Oh; patch her up, doctor,' retorted tho husband—''patoh hor . up ; she'll last me out ?'
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
•SOCIAL. . : A social :was • hold . in the Grabbe'n Gallon Hall in the evening. Wo take this "opportunity • to: congratulato the residents' on • being the possessors of sudh a commodious laall. . There 13 no' doubt that by tho erection of tho hall 4-jffc[rea>fc-want-has been filled,-.and if other ceiitres'in' .tho'* disttico were to follow the good example-set- by CFrab ben Gulleii. they would also find the benefit to, l^o. derived-from' haying a pqblic hail in their" midst.- - At 7-'$0 -p.m. the'devoteea of. terpsichoie 'cm TuetKed to arrive from all directions. ■ We noticed ..that the gentlemen pre dominated. The music was entrusted to tho capable hands of Messrs. VV. Caspers (pi-mo) and F... Muller: (violin, who, needlesB to state, gave evdry sa'isfacl/'on.-,Extras: were played by r Miss A. Witheru and Mr. Houuslow ■ ISr;'J-.^MbSorley-made, a very capable M:C.:.:'During.th6 evening, songs were ; rsudered by Miss MiJIane, and Messrs. B. Iteid and Honuslow, whijh were roach appr...
The King of Italy. LONDON, Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
The King of Italy : London. Nov. 18. .King Victor Emmanuel 111. of Italy and Queen .Helena ar rived in England yesterday on a visit to King- Edward and Queen Alexandria. A flotilkwof British'- torpedo boat destroyers'met the Royal •yacht Victoria and. Alberg, "on which King Victor.: Emanuel and Iris queen: voyaged from Cherbourg, and assisted by the Oruiser Squadron, escorted the' Boyal yacht to Spithead, where she passed between, the lines of. the "home • fleet, wh ose shipfe being . manned- saluted the Royal party. The King and Queen of Italy travelled by train to Windsor, where on the . station King Edward and Queen Alex andria awaited their visitors, and welcomed them.; ' Their Majesties had a; waTm welcome from the townsfolk of Windsor, and from the boys of Etou.§c|ipol...
Anglo-French Rapproachment. London, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
Anglo-French Itapproiicliment. ■. Loudou, November 21.' M. peschaael, during a dobnto on' foreign affairs in the French Chamber of: Deputios, made a remarkable end much applauded-- speech, in which he emv'haeised the improved-..relations bo tivecn Great Britain and Frauee. ana Russia. ;The chief reason which hnd brought about the joining of hands between Great Britain and Prance, lie seated, was the present advice tendered by Great.Dritain to Japan to pursuo a prudent and moderate policy in her dealings with Russia;: The change in Engl,ttnd?sc(immercial position, the need of new markets, the tariffs everyr where'' afflicting her supremacy, the development of . Germai.y's -navy, directed against her, all showed' the .clangers of isolation. The scope of ■the recent arbitration treaty, he thought, might be greatly extended ; but in the. matter' of- a permanent, .treaty of arbitration---with Great Britain it was necessary to consider the '..'relationship.-' existing, between Great Brita...
The King as an Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
The King as an Editor. The King hois " become an editor. For probably" the first time lie,has .read-aria corrected proofs and siiperVised the making of a book.' It gives a history of his Majesty's recent visit to Portugal, Malta, Italy, and France, arid a limited num ber of copies will be placed upon the mai-ket/ The stories of his 'Majesty's; travels , has (says the ' Daily exjjress') been written bv the Hon. Charles Hardinge, who accompanied the "King as Minister Plenipo tentiary. and had peculiar ad vantages in r.he collection of material.;
Crookwell Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 24 November 1903
• .Orookwell Cricket Chil). committee meting of fclie above was held at Taiteraall's-Hotel on Mon day, 16 th inst., Mi1. Wright (president) in the chair. The milltit.es of the pre-' vious meeting, were confirmed. The treasurer produced a statement of re ceipts alnd expenditure In connection, with the entertainment that was .held io aftl of the. club on Oth November, showing a net balance of £5 3s 6d. Ou the motion of Mr. ITcaville, se conded by. Mr. Cansdoll,:it wasresolved that tho statement be received. Mr. . Ciogsmili moved, Mr. • Cansdell se conded,—That the seore'ary be in structed to write to M>. Shiite- thank ing him and through' him, the ladies and gentlemen who assisted, for their services in carrying out the enteitain jneut. Mr. Cansdell'moved; arid' Mf. Hugliston seconded,;—That Messrs. yiinto and' [-lutton be asked to accept hdji.vuieinberstip of the -club for the -sotfsou.—Carried; Mr. Cansdell -moved ancl Mr. Kingsmill seconded,—That the secretary be instructed to-c...