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

DENTISTRY. IMR. CHARLES- H7 GOLBY, Dental Sni-geon, Qonlbnrn-Btveefc, Crook well, opposite f •' E. S and A. B.uik. Painless Extractions & Eill.ings* VisitsTaralga first Monday in each month—Next visit, Nov. 7th. Visits Binda, Bigga, Tueua nud Peel wood periodically. • ALi. WO£l£: GvU-ARANTBED- ' jjja H. " BLACKADDER DENTIST, CUO OKWELL, VISITS TAB ALGA third ■ SUNDAY and MONDAY in. EACH MONTH,.and pay be consulted at MOONEY'S ARQYLE INN. Dite of Next Visit: OCTOBER 18th AKD lSTHi; TEETH EXTRACTED-WITHOUT;, PAIN, ii/6.

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

■' ... ■.y..<. . . At. Hozne|)aih safes on Monday valnes were firm 'throughout.' Cattle realised up to £14 1 /• abd Bheep to 23/6; .Wreckage has'been ■ found' near; the CftiathajnWflndg, bearing tlie nam*. Jjoch Long;- It -id-'ffearedJa ship of that name, from' Now Caledonia; tor the Clyde, haa-betin ,loit. Tho Chinese Minister at Washing ton says thore are no si ;n« of Russia temoving a single, ^oildicr,from Man> cburia or NewCnatfg/ •Russia and.; Austria • ihsisfc upon Bulgaria declaring-martial law upon the frontier,- in order to pravent the passage of bands. . .V -,r- JV ■ . ' . ■ ' The judging: of thr New South Wales railway station gardens will be commenced this week; ~ ■a ' Mr. O/T.'^iicfiie, ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer, addressed *'his con« stttuents at Croydon on Saturday," and .had an extremely /.mixed reception. Ho admitted thai Mr.' Chamberlain's policy was attraotive,;but complained' of the suddenesa -with' which - it had been launched. A fine of £223/'...

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A "GUIDE" NOT RECOGNISED AS A NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

A7 " GUIDE" NOT RECOGNISED AS A NEWSPAEEJR. An application by Messre. ^tillwoll and Go., pi-oprietors of " Bradshaw'a Guide," to have the publication re-, stored to; the register of qewapapers has been-refused by*Jfr. Jtifltico flood. The " Guide " had been for over 2® /ears registered, and was treated as a newspaper in Victoria, but last year the l)eputy Postnaaster-Gen^i'aJ, act ing under the Federal Postal Act,.re moved it from the register.' :^. A Jj6y,.14 years old, who ,was told to write all-he cou'd about breathing ing in a composition, handed in the following:— ' *' Breath is made ofvaii\«-. - We breathe with our lungs, offr lights, our liver; and our kidneys. If it wasn't for our breath we wpuld die when we slept. Oar breAtb keeps the life a going through the nose when ; wp are asl'e^p.; Boys that stay in a' room all day should not breathe. They should wait until they get out-doors. Qirla kill the breath - with corsets: that squeezes the diagram/ .-■■Girls can't hollar or r...

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What Will the Harvest Be? [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

What Will the Harvest Be 2 ' I have not :the slightest dou^ti/that: if present prospects ■. argrealised the coming bai'vestriplf. lyp a. record .one. I1 .reports ■*fhich weJi§veJrqc;Dived,.estimate thg/wbeat yield'at twenty million bushels.; Abont balf of that quantity will'go'intdjocal consumption, jind' the remainder could "be exported.' „\ ' '#■ /I his welcome it t6l1igt)^ce.,?!)a]$. qpp»' plied by Mr..Gow,- manager tor 'John .Bridge and Co. ^' And what .jy«ula be the monetary Tftlug ~pt su'ch a harvest ?' he was asked, / i t " I should say it would be worth 2s 6d to the farmer." " Or, roughly speaking, a total'rof' £2,500,000 ?" " Yes. Some people incline to the opinion that it will fetch o^er half-a crown, but 1 thi^k that figure would be.a good...ftverage.- Speaking from memory, X should say about 200,000 acres more hare been sown this yeax1 than at any other time; whioh was probably owing to the fact that the Government supplied seed. v " There will,.also bg'plenty of -h^y an...

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

This Must Interest You .!! J ^ ^ ^ V-;gA i*- tV^;: ;: i 5S>fe ^ J* ■ "A - We do not acbeitise^much, OUR GOODS SELL THEM 7 "SELVES, J)ut in case yoirdo not know us we take this: " '^_ opportunity of informing you that we absolutely guarantee 'To^SupplyallyourFarmand StationRequirements A* i ' : JO pel centr a below any-House in V: CrookwelU ; <- »Call and compare OttTR PRICES for this seo son's SHEARING SUPPLIES -K. • ^ ^ ^ 'Before ^purchasing elsewhere, or ask your neighbour who has -" already done business with us and he will tell you how , much he has saved^by doing, business with us. '•'-" •-• - --; - :j,■" •-'■ ■■■ - ■ We do the Largest Business. WHY ? ^Because we hold tiro Confidence of the buying public." , - .-ONE. TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOTL Faithlully Yours, WHITE BROS. .* THE- XEADiNGr GENERAL STORES, , Near the Post Office. " " -Town Customers Waited Upon foi^ Orders. " [established 1891'.] PENBERTHY /_ AND DONNELLY, Leading Coachbuilders and Harness Manrifa&am...

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

OILVER-LACED 4WYAND0TTE EGGS0 ° 5a. per setting.. C. THOMPSON* CrookweU. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT LAGGAN, And travel through 'Binda, -Peelwood^ and Lrishtown, THE DRAUGHT STALLION,' CAPTAIN* Sir (juo-tfo \iroy (imp.); dam Roso, by Tom .Bay, by King Tom (imp.) Young Sir" [ George Grey (imp.), .was .bred by John Eeid, Esq,-, Otago, New Zealand his site i wa3 imported from Scotland. Young- Sir . I George Grey's dam, Mint, by Black-Cham-, rpion, was imported from. Tasmania, and. was- also champion mare of ilie Warkonata ;Shnng Valley Show in 1875; she-was Bold, for 300 guineas ffnd -eent-to'Ejjgland.'; i : : CAPTAIN* obtained -.first ..prize at the: Taralgu shows of 1901 - and 1902 against all coniei"). ■. -j.TEKMS .—Single Mare, 'J62 j: for two or more (same owner), £1'1&b- • Good and '-secure :paddocks 'at Laggrcn. Every care taken;-but no responsibility." - All mares to be removed and paidfer by 1st January, 1904. •CAPTAIN is a dark brown i standing 17 hands high ■ .with.plen...

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EILY DARLING. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

EILY DARLING, CHAPTER IK - jDahua Johnson and her father wero c hitting together in the twilight, which • throws a soft gloom over the cade yofities'of a.-London lodging. The room—dining room, salon, studio, all in one—is large and airy for London, well lighted also - by fr\Vo large .win-" ! dofWB,vwhich to Dahlia's and Eileen's delight face due north—Mr^ Johnson ■would have preferred due south, but lie IB in the • min ority, so can only . grumble-hopelessly: as he fiafcly ;rofuses to and bear "anything. .-$he walls are hung in pictures in *:aty stages of completion and oa- every • • jfbssible subject, varied by a plaster - cast : here and there—generally an ^anatomical•; ojue, : which: presents,;the appearance of bavmg been ^ takort in a hurry. It has grown too late to paint, but ffi l/ohlia sits dreaming at her easel, and Mr. Johnson iB-straining his eyes over Rjbook, when fiileen laces, up the 'And bursts into -the room ' breathless. • Dahlia,' she gasps, " something lovehris-eoi...

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Poet's Corner. IN OLD ARGYLE. [WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR Argyle Liberal.] "The dearest spot on earth to me" Is Home, Sweet Home."—Moore. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Poet's Corner. TN pLD ARGYLE. ;y> *•' .tri ■ . : . ["Wkitten SrECrxtw von Argyle -Liberal " The dearest spot on: ew?th to-me • la Home, Sweot Hoihe."—Moore. ■ Oot beyond th' mountains'; • amid low .... Southland braes, . That, groaning,- westward trendfor many ■ ■ a mils; Anearthe " Great Dividing, ' and the part ing of the ways,. ; ■;■. , ■■ ■. . Where mam apples: flourish, and '• sweetea t jniaidena b mile; Outwhere sheep art- legion, o'er plain and wild and lea, -And amid th' valleys in thousands graze ' the kino. Inland,;■? as, the crow flies," a day's ride from the sea, . . LioB a rustic countryside that's all- th' . ..-rcorld to me— _ A litnd ofc'ereqtn-.and -clo'vdr, a-"stockman's * rtmirxtais', -■ -i Wher«.vtho ;ataunohest yeomen; in: all ■-T; Australia thrive : '(The while thT city's dwellers the city's arts . pursue),-' Throughout, the varying seasons, to keep the world alivo; 1 ^ Where fountain-heads of rivers bearing: ; a'eaward may be spanned—" • A glowing patrimony ...

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

TO SHEEP OWNERS - IE YOU1 HAVE NOT,. YET . DECIDED 1 ^ WHERE YOU WILL PURCHASE , YOUR ?. ... . . , Sheafing : Supplies IT WILL PAY' YOU TO CALL ON iim *-. Jw A3?D ASCERTAIN HIS PBI6J5S . HAYING HAD MANY YEARS'' '_ EXPERIENCE, J K0. . ' - K N 0 W EXACTLY WHRTVOUWBNX. Wool Packs Sheep Shears - Shear Stones tattoo Oil Stockholm Tar, &p He * can -« Supply « You, PRICES RIGHT! f -GOODS RIGHT j The Highest Prices Given pob all kinds ~ - - of Station and Parm Produce. , _ . . COMMONWEALTH STORE?, CROOK WELL, A. SOUTHWELL ; 3, to^notify:fthe- -PubHo -th(ft heto8:now^onnjhmid:;,ones:6f.thetlargmt;and.iiu)«b;,:',;,, ~v p-to-date Stocks of - drapery,1 geoceey,' ibonmongeby, boots .f^ud. At Bedrock Prices. A -Nice .Line of Spring ilnd Summer Goods are wbj^ "Worth Inspection. " Tfor^hides", SKINS, and allVkinflj -- ',-i-.'i -r kj-.:-.v.. -

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

J$EW \ ' ~ rWEEXi-SELECTED - GOOD VALUE. "•'We. have, lately -opened a • Large^Stock -of FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS, . - 1 ^INCLUDING— Delaines, . Muslins,. Cambrics, Voiles, Linens, " Prints and Cambrics. These iGoods are marked at Commission Profits. WE COIJ^jD . STOCK LOWER, QUALITY, BUT T&EJfc 'Geo. McDonald & Son. J. M. Pedley Reliable-Tailoring Establishment, GOULBURN-STREET, CROOKWELL, f^IYBS BEST VALUE AT LOWEST ^ POSSIBLE PRICES,. " And Don't You Forgot It! ADDRESS-OPPOSITE COURT-HOUSE. The "Allora" Tea Rooms. Mrs Jas.; Boyd (GOULBURN . STREET, 5OROORWELL), ■*y iSHES: to .inform tho Residents: of 7 "r/: Crookwoll and surrounding District that*her-newand--nprto-date /l'ea Uooms are , - - -NOW IN I^LL SWING., MEALS CAN BE, OBTAINED AT-ALT. HOURS. * » ___ ' r 4 -FRESH-FRUIT: AND'CONFECTIONERY ■ " ALWAYS KEPT IN - STOCK.' , -, .Country .Visitor8 .wll'find^he Tea. .Rooms Private and Convenient. - "one' VISIL ^Iilr CONVINCE. W. A. BBODERtCK, '.>• . . ' . I , n, ! ...

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TELEGRAMS. [BY WIRE.] SYDNEY, Thursday., Federal High Court. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

TELEGUAMS. [by wire. Sydnbt, Thursdays Federal High Court,. The Federal High Court was opened at Darlinghurst this morning in the presence of a great gathering of the legal fraternity. There, were also many ladies and prominent citizens present. The ceremony was very impressive. Messrs: "Wiae and balamons .congratu lated their Honors on their ap-. pointments, to -which Messrs. Griffiths, Barton and 0!Connor suitably replied.

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Goulburn Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Gonlburu Circuit„ Courtly The Goulburn Circuit Oourfc.v' opened ■ on Monday --last before^Mr. Justice Piiug, and .was concluded.on Wednes day .The following cases, were dealt with :— , ' Queanbeyan murder-tease v(reported in another column). .Michael Delaney and James Sullivan 'charged', witlv. breaking and, ente ring •the premises •;of.' ■ Davids .Mitchell' ■,no• Tirannaj ou August 2;.werc aoquitted. Willium Murdock, charged with abduction at Taralga,.:-\vas: acquitted; - . Leonard'. Wolfe, who was charged with:stealing a quantify of goodB from' his employer, Al, Louis, of Giookwell, plcaded guilty,, and was. seuteuced.to three months' impmoiameat< % , ; ■ Arfchnr:: Godbtxr^and'AlfrodrEttglisbi charged with stefding.at Lower: Goro*? the jury, .-after beingv locked up all night, failed to agree1, and (ho accused ^vero- i'iimntided,' to. next'Goulburn oir-. cuit court. ' ' ,This concluded tho crhniual busi« jiess. There were o'nly two civil cases. In tho trespass ckse tho ...

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CABLES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

CABLES. "London, Wednesday. Japan lias purchased the two warships which were being built in Great- Britain, for the South American Republic. It is assumed at Tokio that negotiations with "Russia .are proceeding normally. No rup ture is anticipated. Sir Charles Dilke says that instead of a preference, b eing I given-Gkeat Britain of > a pos sible £26,000,000 of colonial trade,; he considers that the .extreme amount of Colonial, trade available* is only a&out' £9,000,000. including many; '.articles that Britain could sup ply only at a d isadvantage, so that Australia would • have to: accept inferior articles. The Cesarewith Stakes -were won by G rey Tick,. , Zin fandal being second find Bursesis third.

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Death of Dr. William Goode [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Death of Dr. William 0«dde | Dr.. "William Gbode, a very old Sydney practitioner, died ..this'morning.

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Crookwoll Cycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Crookwoll Cyclo Olub. The annual meeting of-the above was lielrl at Tattersall-'s Hotel, ou Monday' night, Mr. - Geo.? : Cansdell. (vice president) in the. 'chair. The.'i'eport and balance sheet, . were . read-. an&; adopred. These showed.the club to be in a -very sound condition, there being: a credit balance of £10 19/7. The election of officers for :the ensuing, yiur resulted as . follows .- President, ■ •Mr. S. Wright, B.A,'; -vice-president, Mr. R, A. Howland; hon. ^treasurer, Mr. J. Nicholson;"'hon. secretary, Mr; Gr.: G;' O'Brien ; . committee,. Messrs.' Armstrong, Hutton, and,- Sid. Baxter-; handicappeiy -,Mr. J. .Keith. The :appoiufcmeat.- of a captaiu and -vice : captain was left.in the hands of. the committee. : A' vote: "of .thanks. was acc^^e^djjihej- rptiringi^officot'S, - Avhioh > was ■. acknowledged, by Mr. Gr. -E. .Gansdell.£3 ,3s .was voted vto Mr. Nicholson asa" slight recognition :• of his services' during, the past year;

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Sydney Commercial. (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

i Sydney Commercial. ("From our Representatt ve.} Chaff is on the decline, best averag ing from £3 to £3-15s." Lucerne hay •was also very quiet, (here being prac tically no demand. Potatoes were Uliich: easier, the majority of buyers anticipating a large shipment from, the Northern.-rivers . in a few days: The tone of dairy produce was /naoh easier. The folio wing, are the - quota tions : Prime chaffi from. £3 to £3 15s,-prime oat<m hay from £4 to £4 15s, inferior-from £2 10s to. £3 os, pocatues (Tasmanian, Circular Heads)' £3 10s to £3.15sj maize 3s 3d to 3s 6d per bushel, chick wheat 4s 6d to 4s 9d, oats 2s 3d to 2s'6d,-bran:8d to'9d, pollard.-9d to' lOd, poultry, hens 4s: to ,4s 6d paiiy roosters -4s 6d to 4s 9d paii',. ducks 4s 6d- to: 6s- pair, -turkey gobblers from 10s to 12s pair, extra good to 16s, hous 6s to 9s 6d.: Calves ■ very lightly supplied, only 180 being penned,, the majority being inferior. .No alteration occurred on' last week's' •prices.-, Poddies made...

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CAULFIELD CUP. (TIP BY THE "OFFIS BOY.") [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

CAULFIELDCUP.;. .... | (Tip j)y the " Ofhs Hot. ') V: I'jCIiHERSLIB, 7.1 • 1 Iuu\, 8 9 .. / 2 St. MoDA^r7.2^i, ' ... •- 3 With T.M.S. for a^cockboat. , Rust ba's mpdo Hb appearance in several wheal crops m,tbe locality of Black Jack, five^nrilea^ from Guzme dalj, !aiid lms created much excitement.; ■ Air. Dniinicliif, -an; expert :'fron> tho ■ Agricultural • Department; visited, the: locahi'y • ou Ml'uesday to inspect- fclie ■crojps.

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V.A.T.C. RACES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

■va.t:c. r&ges. . " I ;•' : Sydmet, Wednesday. ■Iola Trial 'Stakes—Harvest. Home, Pliable, .Cantala. ' " - ! ' M ona Nursery—Beo Bee, Koopan,. I Demas. Eclipse Stakes—Wakef al, Haufcier, Postillion. • Hu«tors' Cup—Tonbridge, Labour,' Woodfield. V Ooongy Handicap vvllldersliej, "Ma--. rio, MoDonovau.

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NORTH WHEEO-NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

NORTH TVHEEO-NEWS (From our CorresponijieM-) Cricket.—A meeting to reorganise the North Wheeo Cricket. Club -was' .held on- .October 3rd, Mr.- S. Rowe presiding. ■ The report showed that the club, had played 11 matches,,-.-won * seven, lost one, and three were drawn: The . balance sheet disclosed a very satisfactory financial jsosition, and also showed that there.was- a good .kit- of 'tools. ' The trophy for • the bowler, taking most -wickets during- .the season fell to Mr. E. Anderson with 30.-The Bilver-iiiounted pipe • pre sented by Mr. T. V. Hughston for batting average was won: by Mi\ Tim. McCormack. with an average of 40 for ten completed: inninys. The fol lowing office-bearers -were elected., for 1903-4 :—Patron, Mr; B. J. Grogan ; president, Mr. John Anderson ; vice presidents, Messrs. T. J.' Coffey, G. L.: i Rowe, P. Tynan, and . Crowe; secre-1 tary and ..treasurer, Mr. Tim Mc- I Cormack; committee, Messrs. T. J. i McCormaok, M. -Anderson, M. J. McCoi-mnck, Gv ;L. Rowe, and...

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Pith of Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 16 October 1903

Pith of .Politics. According to tlie Queensland Budget,^: a deficit of ;£19!2,'476 is-sestimated: for June 30 next, . : " . A court t/v revise #he rFederal elect oral roll for Werriwa is to bo. hold on November 17.. " ■■ • Sir William Lyne. anticipates, that' TiiHiut wilLlnwoja majority of two or three 111 the Senate,.and .if. so lie be-, lioves the site will: be finally settlec before the prorogation. ^ Tn reply. to a rarcular "iRsued"by thes •Federal Premier to State Premiers asking for an expression ~of opinion as to the* most oonvopient date for holding tlio general elections, the" Premier, of . South .Australia^ suggests that the poll should'be'trfken! on a Saturday. ■ At a meeting^of- the unemployed at the Queen's Statue' on:. -Wednesday, a resolution (to be presented to the: Premier, the leader of the Opposition, and the .leader, of the Labour Party) was carried that.it was desirable a free, railway pads,- with 'a week's rations,: sliould-be issned-to any- unemployed' person ...

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