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British Fiscal Policy. LONDON, Nov. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
British Fiscal Policy; London, Nov. 24-a M&lt;i. George Wri'eley, M.P., iu . an ! article in the "Daily News,?' nays chat Germany and Belgium are . Great Britain's most dangerous rivalB, owing to their superior education, their' Lo wer wages and longer hours; ■ on't Great Britain would be ablo to com ,pete while-she retained the ^ability to • buy cheaply. " Mri Hdrridge.lthe Liberal- candidate who is opposing Mr." Balfour at the gOrt'eral electioiif speaking at"! Man cheater, declared that the" exports for the nine months of IpOS exceeded 'those of any previous .twelve months.'." The Disraeli (Bucks)- Chamborof Agriculture has decided to support Mr. Chamberlain because his policy would; stop the decrease of rural and stop the iucreaso of arbau population. The Right Hon. J. Bryce, speaking at Walsall, said that Mr. Chamber lain's scheme was vague and change iug and based upon figures often mon strously wroiig. It ;was assort of dis solving view, never -boing tl>e ' -same t...
Auctioneer's Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
A actioneer's Licenses.* ■JCftlie Crookw«U coart-hoaae;on Ttfi cidavlaut bcfora Messra.' J. Broderiok Vf. Guy, H. Ken««t, B. Picker, J. T. l&ugLtauy/f .Hi Gibaou, J.Loughnan, 'Js>A. Crowe; J.W.-Glt-nnun, and W. JR. lianfiald,. District AactionoerB' Jjicon Bbs' wero^g&lt;rdiiied'! to -'-Messrs.-'.A.- J. Gieunan, W.i A.* Brbderick, E., C. Uray, Geo. McDonald aud Sou^aud F.: W.'ScbVoederV; A general-licenBO was • also grunted to Mr II. L. Alford. At Goulburu an; npctionrera': license vr$a also granted .'to Mr. George Sigga 'Ulio' applicant undertook to inform tho police whon ho hold a ; cattle sale -^tWoodhon-elec. T v \
The Ara[?] Liber[?] AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe fo [?] and the friend of man. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
DISTRICT RpCORpE R \■ 1 1 « m m- 1 Impartial—Not'Neutral. ..Truth,.ever.loveltf since the .world began, Tie joe of tj/ranty>>a>vi .th'efriend of mat). FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1903. Iris interesting to note tho position taken up,by Mr. Iteid and his followers the presSnt time, who arc endeav ouring to make the people believe it is poMibl* to adopt freetrader Mr. Bcid is rising all the ingenarity.afr' his •fCKMad in order to gull 'the electors into the belief that, if returned with a majority, he will be instrumental iu bringing about universal .prosperity. Jt^is neuily time those who eoiiFcier. tvmsly -believo- in freetrade' opened' tbeir eye3 ±othe fact thp t freedqri of trade is im'pussiMq;. since .w^liave to riyise between eitjhfc flnd.,nine.,millions annually by itieans of customs and ex ciKB. Therefore, any, politician - who gtauds onja- plfttf^rm :aijd rcommeiices Bhed .crocodil« tears ami prate about fffcetradb, is d*lioterately throwing dust in the eyes of the electors....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
Preliminary Announcement, v GRAND SCHOOL EHTEBT0INIHEHT, in. 8 CROQ^WELU SKATING RINK. ""■* on . - , Friday, 11th December, 1903, - By Pupils attending Crookwell Public,. School.. (Proceeds to:bo devoted' to purchase. of-New Books -for. School Library, to farm. Tennis Court, and to provide materials.-: , for t^tf-recreation of pupila.). r-v ADMISSION—2/- and 1/. - S. Hhute, -Teacher. Werriwa Eiecmrate. MR. A. C. BARRETT - ■ ■.;■.■■■ • ■ ■ Y . Selected Xjabou-Protectionist .. . . Caudidnte, Will Address: the Electors. ■ : ...■ 'IN TUB : School, of Arts, Grookwellj. TO-KTiajEIT (27tli instant), at. 7.30 o'clock, i Front Seats tosoived for Ladies. Werriwa Electorate. MR. A. a. C0NR0Y The JFreetrade Candidate,.. Will Address-the Electors. - l-i: - -V; As ^pKDER; 'V 'y*.'. ' VV'V TAR ALGA, • To-night; 27fch,. at 8 p.m. LAGGAN, Saturday, 28th,. - at 3 p.m. GROOKWELL, Saturday, , 28th," at 8 p.m. . . weriiwa Electorate Mr. St J. GROd-AK The Selected Ministerial Oandidace,. Will Address the...
Granville Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
■/ Granville Tragedy. ; jTflE.jty.'y.: on- thp ltiqiNj-sfc into the pause of the death of James IJeury •Day, ati-GranVille, having 1 eturned ' a verdict of murder against soma per-' sou or,; persons unknown, Tnspoctor Morrow; on Tuesday-night instruated .the officer ip chnrge of tlw case, Senior Cocstfible EmTiet, io arrost Mrs'. Day bu the charge - of tnurder. * Ab ' Mrs.: Bay -eft the opart she was quietly ftp pr.oached by , the aeinior-cpristable and • asked, to - accompany ■• him.- In the lo knp sho wasohaiged- with having',. - jat Granville, ou Now.-' 35 or 1G,&lt;1903, ;willul ly.murdered jJarauB -Henry Day; ^Sljg gjive the name-of Mary- Anu D&y, aged... 35,« a native off New South Wpleg. _ She was locked up in the cejli} during the-nigltt.. ■
London Wool- Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
London Wool- Sale*?. The November series of the London-colonial wool sales to day, there "whs a brisk demand and the prices realised" ruled par to 10 per cent^ decline,: as compared/ with the closing prices of the previous series. E. 0. Bray. reports that lie disposed of the Springfield es tate to brothers A.. AV. and JVR. Moon at £6 per acre freehold. We wish to draw special at-, tention to the sale of the • well known Springfield : dairy; herd. _As it is- generally: admitted-the cows are about the best in the district record prices should be realised. Note the electioneering ad vertisements in our . business columns.
The Werriwa Election. (To the Editor Argyle Liberak. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
The Werriwa Election. I (la the Editor Argyle Ztbrral. ■ —It -iB-^o me ft matter of sincere regret that Mr. 'Clrognn and myself. ' both practically Ministerialists, should divide- the '-MiWMefiali votus,1- to- tho obfioiis aclvnritfijje-i'f! the opposition Saudldntp, but that' no>: blnmt > should" attach to me fc r jtiya unfortunate statu of affairs mast fbe^s^clditr us noon Jay ..tjofuiy. not l)!it^ejd.';byipiirtisiui 8pif'it aud^rejadipe.*»y Bocpgnisitig as I do that nmcrapafoQi \,n,ot legitimate) capital is at tliip tiniest rjiug to "down" labour in the;; federalVt^renay it .being ntideniable that all,the forces' of- con servatism (are ranged iq, support of M r. Rcid. bepauae,: of what i& con side^ed the too democratic; or socifllis-: rie cliaracteK,of the I^gi8]*five Acts of' .theparfcy in. povw, I am above all things a lafyor.nian. I am -foi, the. ; 'popple all the time and for ever , on posed, to class privilege. ; Hut though primarily ji labor man I am a protec*...
EILY DARLING. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
1EILY DARLING. CHAPTER VIII; (Continaed). EilyV face is burning now and hot" oyto droop. " -His rest. on her face,and search i I keenly. ' I have nothing to forgive ; : it war all quite natural,' Morris replica, with .a.little effort.. '■..•■■■ . . - .... Site draws stjll closer to his side .and holds.np her face mutely. 1 . i ' You never shalh have anything ;to '^forgive~and.' her brave dark-shadr. owed eyes meet his. Mfc was natural, wasn't it, that I should be a good deal upset at first ? It was a shock, yon. know ; and I never. could bear ..any tlung liko that, could I ?. -Yoa-remem ber in. the old days, - Morris, at homo I was'not very brave.' She is speaking. ■; rapidly and narvously now.. 1 A.nd— and: there'is the balletiil didn't'^ive it back to yon. Perhaps you will take care of it..' ■ ..•. ■ ./ : v ■ Ho takes.it from her. ■ ' • • ' Don't vou want it as . a curiosity;?' :Sbe.shakes bar head. ',1 want nothiug—nothing bateau, clear. It \ias a strange; fancy of iriiue to care...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
mii. EAPIDLY-INCREASING DB - ' MAND" FOR OUl> Federal^ & Challenge Famous Suits To Measure, "With Extra Trousers given awn.y v for XmasBox.at 45s and 53s. 0UR ' introduction; of ;this~braric1i ]nis aenu'eil a .• wox'ld-wide roputatictn for the production: o£ a Bwporioi' class of Garments . to measure, and- we excel in 3fcyle, materials, and ; workmanship. We anticipate a heavy demand for the Xmas; trade. Placo your orders,now. MEN'S BOOTS. Our aim is quality and perfect.-fitting. 'Genti's-Tan'Bals;, 6/11, 8/11, 9/11, 12/6 - Gent.'o Tan Glacis,-lace or- button, 10/6 Qent.'s Box Calf, 10;6 Gent.'a G-ltcie JCid, 7/11, 9/6, 11/G. 13/6 ' We also stock full range lnt-he-i.elebrated : American makes, ouch us Keith's, Snow's, .Liilybrackots, from 14/11 to 25/.. . : A good lina. of Bluchers, m nail.or sprigs, at 2/1-1 Gillespie's nnd American's, at 7/0 Boy's School-Boots, -8/11, 4/11. 5/11, 7/6. >-Latest Novelties in Ties, Hats, Shirts,, i&c., &.C., for Xmas CHA...
Pith Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
Pith .Politics." ■ Sir John Soe and Mr. Wise . made Tiitiling speeches in support of IVir. .1: B, Dalley.nt Rand wick • on 'Monday night. Tho State Premier dealt .with the great imperial question in,a vig orous: manner,. and even tho homo of David Storey had to admit, the force of liis'oon tOTj+iions. Mr. VViac was especially effective in refuting Mr. Re id's argu ments, or- Tather statements. If n ■preferential. tariff only injures. the connfcry that opposes it why did: .Ger many gel angry when Cauada adopted ihe system. ; Mr. VVise told his au dionce straight that, vote for it as they mas they. oould not get free-.trade." They might import fairly freely, but other conntricB.levied duties on their exports. "Voting for frectrade now is •like fighting fairly against a-;mim. who has a revolver, in his pocket. • . ; Mr. lJenkiu, Prima Minister of Aufttralia, says that it is the practice of Great Britain in making foreign treaties to grant the colonies the op tion of accepting tho condi...
Cricket. ENGLAND v. N. S. WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 November 1903
Cricket. Enolakd v. n. S. Wai.es. ! The above match was concluded on Monday, the Englishmen winning by an innings and: 10 runs.' Following are the complete scores of . the match.:—• N.-S Wales—1st Innings. Trunperyst. Lilley, b Rhodes ... ... 46 Duff,.a Lilley, b Arnold ... ... ;.. 14 Noble, c Lilley,b Arnold .. ... ... 3 Hopkins, c Braund, b Rhodes ... ! ... 4 S. E. Gregory, lbv, b Rhodes ... ... 25 ; Kelly, c Tyldeslej. b Rhodes ... ... 2 Howell, c Arnold; b Rhodes: ... ... 9 C. Gregory, et; Lilley, b Rhodes ... 4 Hiokson, c Rhodes, b Arnold ... ... 0 ■ -Fisher, e Foster, b Arnold ... ... 0 MeBeth, not out ... ... ... 0 I"'.".' "'"".'Bye ■. ..." ' ... 1 r 108 ■ N. S. "WAiiF.s.—2nd Innings. Trampor, o. Bvaund. b Hirst. ... Duff, o Lilloy, bBosanquet C. Gregory, c Wamor, b Arnold S. Gi'ogory, c Arnold, Bosanquet Hioltson, c Warner, b Brdund .. Hovrell, c Relf, b Arnold Fisher,' lbw., b Bosanquet Kelly, lbw, bBosanquet... Noble, .b Hirst ..\ .. • • McBeth, not out... ... HopUina, at....
Sentenced to Death. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903
Sentenced to Dfefttli.* 1 At tlie criimnttl Court, Sydney, Alber ■Bavlow aboriginal,: was v found;' guilty ■ of assaulting Silvina- McEinnon,-aged-'. 9 years, at-Taree, Tlve principa] witness for tlre G^own^ • I-,(lie girlfrwbo-Avas assaulted, proved"1 a* difllouIt subject for tlie barristers- to handle. She wept bitterly when- pav-: ticulnrs of the alleged assault .were sought>>from • her. His - Honor, - got1 the ohild-to come on to the bench be- • sido 'him and" hei'mother also occupied! a seat on the bench'. ■ Barlow was sentenced to death.
CABLES. LONDON, Nov. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903
CABLES. 'London, 'Nov. 28. ■ Lord Kitchen eiy who had a leg broke'by an accident recen tly,, is. reported to .-be ' making "excellent progress towards re covery. The police recently succeeded" "in discovering, near - Miller's Station (N.Y.), the stronghold of two'yoiing crimnals named Roechi and Beidemier,■ belong ing to a gang known' ' as the 'Boy Bandits.' Several mur ders "committed ; in " Chicago were charged against the gang, The police captured loth lads after: two desperate fights, wherein the guard of a goods train and one detective'; were killed and another .detective wounded. Massage of larynx has been resorted to with a view to as sisting the Kaiser's voice, which has seriously suffered as a result of the recent opera .1 ion. A certain amount of un easiness in Court circles exists "in consequenc of the/talk of a possible further operation', be ing necessary.. There is up to the present; , no question of '/there being any ; danger, but the healing process has . given rise ...
LATEST NEWS. TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903
LATEST " NEWS'. ... * -i :. -—♦t • TELEGRAMS. The Federal High Court will sit in Sydney on March .15-. next. Speaking at Bathurst. on Saturday nighr, Mr. Iteid ^ de clared that .the Deakin Govern ment was -the most" disloyal, most un-British, and most anti-Imperial • Government that ever ruled in the British Empire. The Secretary for Home Af fairs says that mistakes in the rolls in respect:to -the occupa tion of electors-will not. pre vent them from voting. He suggests, however, that victims of these mistakes' should not ify.. .the divisional returning officers before election day. \ It is stated that a candidate hasjbeen selected by the Citi zens' Reform League to oppose the iPedeval: Treasurer3 .Sir George Turner. The- latter said that he ' would not spend a- blooming fiver.'' on the- con test ji the candidate • comes forward. - . \ \ ; The Government ,' Gazette ' containing the proclamation of the State Parliament will be published on Tuesday. .The Premier states that, the term o...
Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903
Sydney Commercial Messrs.' Ei&lt;Lis-&vOo.'u,epoiit•— . Sggs ca8e9|d to lOd, hew-laid; lid to 13d, fowta, youug roosters 4/6- to o/6K8raall • kinds from 2/6 upward*, old lions 3/8 to 4/3, ducks 4/(5 to 6/6, fcni'key hens 8/(5 to 11 /6, gobblers, 14/ to 21/, geese 7/6 t"p 9/3, suefcing pigs .,6/9. to 10/6 .'each, honeys l|d to ,'2Jd, choice up to 3d per lb. Hoiiey plenti ful and extremely- dull. - Suckers— supplies moderate and seHirigtstead' y'. Eggs in heavy supply ; sales extremely quiet at lower prices. Poultry—A big • supply forward ; sales ruled steady; late good values were well-upheld . all 'l'outid - . Produce;:— Bran-plentifulraud dull of sale from.6d. to 7-sd, pollard Uj-d to ■9fd, maize -] in uie river growD -3/3 to -3/6; Argentine 2/3 to 2/6,: wheat, prime new 3/ to"8/3, faulty: from -2/11, in ferior fronr&lt;2/3'per^bushel.: Oats plen tiful and dull of- sale, prices ranging •fiom l/6^o 2/4 bushel;' barley, . seed rprime 2/6 to 2/9,"'feed 2' to 2/...
Lantern Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903
. Lantern Entertainment. A. bioscope and lantern ettternaintnonfc -in connection .with the local corps of ! the Salvation&roiy took place in the barracks last week, entitled ' under Southern Skies ' and was well patro nised by the public. Pictures, were shown on; the cmvas depicting Cap tain Cook's lauding, at Botany Bay, also views of ' Circular/iQuay, and in fact all places of interest in the" Com monwealth .were. shown', and com pared with the present day,' which; •demonstrates the marvellous pro gress made by the colo'i&es. , View- of the Conimonwealth were also .shown.
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903
I :■ ' RAILWAY} PAEC13LS RATES. • '% .'The following ls . tl' e suale of. charges .for the ;carrmge of: porcela on the.. Government' ... liuhjays — 'Up to 40:m;le8^31b. and nndev,:3d;' 81bv-to!?'rv: 71b., Al, 71b. to 141b, "6d, 14lb. to 281b., Od j 281b: to 56lb., 1/; 561b!5: to 841b., l/(i; every. additional 141bs; . or jart thereof 3d. . ■ - . ■•■■■: ; . For ol to 150' miles—31b; and under 6d;.' 31b. to 71b,, 0a\71b.,to'14.1b., 1/; 14lb. . to 281b. ,.l/G; 28\b. to 5Glb., 2/G ; 561b. ; to fWlb,, 3/0; every additional I4lb. or iisrt thereof, 9d. . - For 151 to 200 miles—31b.-andunder, 1/j'-■ 31b. to 71b., 1/3 ; 71b.~ to 141b.,' 1/0 s " 14'b. to 28lb.,2/9; 281b, to 561b., a/ ; . 561c. to 841b.. 5/3 ; overy additional • 141b. or part thereof,-1/; Over 300 miles—31b. and under, 1/G; 3lb; . ' . to 71b., 21; 71b. to 141b., 2/(5; 14!b. to 2Slb., '4/'; 281b. to-501b., 6/; 501b. to >; 841b., 8/; every additional 141b. orparfc:. . thereof, 1/G. All fractions of 3d will be chargcd as 3d. v...