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GOULBURN NOTES. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903

G-OULBUB.JN 2fOTES. {From-our.: Correspondent.y The: omnipotent lady (a- woman) poli- | tician threatens to make tho bast gf her ncffly-acquired right to the fran- i jhise, and " Her~Lordship-\Yoman (oiiginal, Mr. Editor, so dlm't, look-up your quotation Bible,- please,) is just.I going to put man—discredited, degen erate man ;- the political failure of the centuries—into i.is proper place, Blie :says, bye and bye,- viz., feeding the fowls, and cleaning up^ the dinner things, while -she sweeps up 1 he long arrears of legislation which untie Par-; liaments have accumulated. In pur-; "suanoe no doubt of this grand; resolve we are promised a visit shortly from Miss Selina;"Aadernon—;a caudidatu •for election to the Senate —who is go ing, I 'hear, to. stand by the National industrial caiise, i.e., Protection—as 'outlined,'in the preser.t federal. tariff; and is to take the floor here in support. of Mi\ Grogan; .- In -lively contrast to tlie vipwjs pf-Miss Anderson,' however, t.he Goulbu...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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British Fisc[?]l Policy. LONDON, Nov. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903

•British Fiscal Policy;. London, Nov. 27. ■: .XV Mr. Winston Churchill, member fo Oldham, Lancashire, who has spoken.. in.-terms of.-, bitter opposition 'to vihev Preferential proposals-of -Mr. : Chamr beilain, has been asked-by au influen tial section of his con8tituentsv to re sign his seat. Mr. Churchill has de-. clined to do so. assuring, his consti tuenls.that.it will be easier for themi to change their candidate at the Gen eral Elections than for him to. change his principles. Mr. Jo'in Burns, M.P., speaking at Shrewsbury, asserted that Mr... Balfour and;Mr. Chamberlain were using. fis cal reform as a- stalking horse ,to. cover, the .Government's -••.blunders in connection with, the war, It- w«3 a monstrous untruth, lie held,.to- allege: ..that Great; Britain was the dustheap of the world. Mr. uhntnbei'laiu-, fear" ing that the war-hurt been the cause of commercial anil industrial depres sion and the reduction ot. .wages, -bad attributed these ills* Lo JbYectradu. • By the lat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903

TENDERS "OEQUIRED for : RENOVATING. '7 K.G. Church and School, TAR ALGA,, to close DJ5C1SA1LUSJJ 10th. .1 , Three Walls ot Church to be pain cad-1 ■ outside; 2 coats ot ..Kalaomine in blocks, lusido; Doors and Windows.to bo painted,. ■windows to be froscod; H wnil's of School to bopumtcd.; 2 walls to. got-a coat ot color ing; dooj's and windows to be .painted., . ■Tenders for painting to be givetj separ ately ; the lowest not necessarily accepted. - JPor any further pnrtii/ulif,is apply to ft. SUXiLIVAN, •<.. : Commercial Stores; Towhorn Tenders -.nvo-to be sent. Werriwa Elecioraie. MR. A C. BARRETT Selected Laboi'-Protectioniet1 . • Candidate, Will Address the Electors' A3 UNDER {— GBABBEN' GULDEN, Wednesday, .Dec,. 2, at S"p.m, WHEEO, (P.O.) Thursday,. Dec. 3, at 12-. s o'oloc <• "" -BINDAj • Thursday, December 9(- #,t«"8v p.m. ^ , , JUNCTION POINT, Friday, December A, • at 12 o'clook. , TUENA,.Friday,December4i at.8 p.in:- ,* PEELWOOD (VariJy's), Saturday, i...

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The Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903

The. Town Band. Tub Crook well Town; Band will die course a: aico programme efr' music: from the balcony of Mi\ M. Lie Count's'^ residence, to-morrow night. Sale of the Springfield dairy'herd on > Friday next, commencing at 11 .a.tn.i : The famous (" lontarf dancing payil - • ion was destroyed by tiro at 4 o'clock ■ on Saturday morning,and a email -cottage, occupied by Mr; E. ■ J. Lane, the lessee of the grounds,-nai-rowly. escaped a similar fate..

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[?]ILY DARLING. CHAPTER VIII: (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903

pLY DARLING. CHAPTER VIII:" (Continued) ■> • ' How much'better yen are looking ! ■ It . is liileeu, standing by Ralph Qawthorne's side, who speaks.Y ' Thanks to, you and . Mv. Abbott/ }}e replies: bnt do you/leel well?' 'Sprint* weather is■■ always tiring !' she answers evasively. a--' Bnt; iio.w Miss Jol'.nson is- here, she will take care o£ yon, I hope. By tjie-bye,-has she brought auy of her paintings-witli' her ?' A gleam of the old mischief twinkles in Mr. Caw ' thorne's *yes. 11 wonder whether sl^ would care to take mo for a sub ject now. I look haggard enough to make tTperfect study, I should say.' •' ''Don't joke to-day," she murmurs; -'or rather do, for-1 hen 1 shall be; sure you really are as well as they, say. And I want you to be well,' ' r' i'. am very nappy, hfe .remarJrS lightly. ' It,is a shame that as . anon as one really" begins to enjoy being an invalid, people begin to gruclge one . ishe privilege. 1 don't rn^AU-ito Knwy ■my convalescence at all," 1 assuie yon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903

AUC1IONEEKS' ADVERTISEMENTS. Clearance ^ale. FRIDAY, December 4tli. E. C. BRAY IJaBibeen favoured^ with instructions- from .v iithe.executors in tthe eafcato of the ]ato :iiohii:Eouben Moon^^to soll.by miction, At Springfield, near Crooltwell, - 1 ON ~ ^ Friday Next, 4th December, At 11 a.m. Sharp, The Whole of the-Well-known Springfield Dairy Herd, ccirpitisiNa— .■ 45 XWs, in full milk and springing-, close " to their work . • B5>Head Young.Cattle,- all the progeny; ' of the coiva m ..milk and 1 y fiist-:. class Dairy Bulls. : Ji-Ptu'e'Dairy. Dmliain' Bull.. ■ ■ :■*;./ 1 Heavy Draught Mara, 8- yrs ,-lias takeu 20 odd fiiat pmes 1 4-year-old Filly, by " Burly Lad " . it: 3-year-old Filly^by "Burly Lad" from. - ->-j the above maie v 1-Xeitvlfngj from..same'mar« ; • .-(All these have been Prize-winners at ■Goulburn, Crookwell"and Tarnlga Shows.) " 2" Active Farm-Horses - 1, Spring-cart Mare :■/: ^-Saddle andsLight Harness Horses. Fat and Store-Pigs."' _ " - .1 -Princess Separato...

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English Rugby Team. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 1 December 1903

Euglisli Rugby Team: ILugby'Union-football^enthnsiastsivwilU/ bo.pleaBL'd-4o.'learn thaVtfiero .iBY;$^5fJ likelihood of an English or -British football team visiting Australia next iWmtof, under - the auspices, of the-' iiingliah and JN.S.W. U»ions: Mr; -Wj A. Kand, hon secretary of the . Union in this State, says that Mr. G. McArthur, the representative' of: the. English Union,- iu a recent - letter stated that it is-practically cettain- a; powerful team will: be gots-together, and that matters are already progress-: itig as we-\ as could possibly.--be de ■ sired. ■ . ■ * . .— ■ . '.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

THli RAPIDLY-INCREASING DE MAND FOR. OUR. Federal & Challenge Famous Suits JTo Measure, "With Extra Trousers. given away for Xroas Box, at 45s and 55s» fYIJR introduction of this branch TV has secured a world-wide reputation? for the production of a. superior" class of Garments to. measure, and we excel in style, materials, and workmanship. We anticipate a heavy demands* for the Xinas trade. Place your orders now. MEN'S BOOTS, Our aim is quality and perfect fitting.- - Gent. *s Tan Balsl, G/ll, 8/11, 9/l'I, 12/G" > Gent-.'a Tan Glaeie, lace or button, 10/6 Gent.la Box 'Calf, , 10iG , Gent.'s Glacie Kid, 17/11, 9/0, 11/G, 1J1/G ; We also stock full range intliu celebratorl American makes, a\ieli aa Keith's, Snow's, Lillybrackets, from 14/11 to 25/. A good line of Bluchers, in nail or sprigs, at 2/11 . Gillespie's nnrl Ajuerican's, at 7/(5 Boy's School Boots,'"3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 7/6. Latest Novelties in'Ties, Half;, ShirtH, &c.,. &c., for Xiiias. - CHARLES WA...

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EILY DARLING. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

EXLY 1)ArLiN<^ CHAPTER IX.. It i£ ;a: chili: springevening 'wli62i/;: the, trayeUers^ wacli London.., Eileen. looks roundtiipQB. the familiar"streets, and ualovcl^they; appear in the .ha'rd. oold light?' They have -the air,to. hex*,, of'friends Estranged. . " Wc are nearly home- now," cries-; Dahlia--'L shall be glad tie get in! Ob, that ajvfnl channel!' ' Thufc awful channel' ha8 left traces ofcits horrors upon,- Dahlia. She - ia : limp and dishevelled- :naturally; . her/ skimpy locks have broken free from-; their restraint and'stick;-out ia Ktfe. wisps ; her face is livid/; M hope 'pa -will have remembered to get tea ready,' sho ,goes' on presently < -7-' surely, he won't lmvq forgotten., tlmt 1 I-should like a good cap of English tefi., shouldn't you, Eileen'■< 'I.think.l-should-like two,' 'EUsen'. answersi- ' Here we are at last.!'—ia? the cab stops'. 'Two shillings is = your fare,'• says. Dahlia to the driver, ' and with three boxes outside at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

AUCTIONEERS' ADVERTISEMENTS Clearance Sale. FRIDAY, December 4tli. E.C.BRAY . Hag.been favoured.'with instructions" from the executors in-the estate of the late ' * . John'Reuben Moon,'to sell by auction, At Springfield^ hear Orookwell; * - 0Ji Friday Next, 4th December, At 11 a.m. Slinrp, The Whole of the Well-known Springfield Dairy Herd, COMPRISING— ■ • 45; Cowe, in-full' milk and springing*"close ..... ' to tlieiv -work - ■ ■ ■ 55 Hoad 'Toung Cattle, all the progeny • : ' V ; of-the cows in. milk and by £rst c- class .Dairy Bulls. - .1 Pure Dairy Durham Bull. 1.Heavy Draught Mare,-8 yrs., has • take a 20 odd first prizes ■■ I'4-year-old Filly, by " iiiir]y Lad," vil;3>yesKold Filly,- by. "Burly Xad" from : the above mare,. : -1 Yearlfng, from- same liia're (All these have 1)0611 Prise-wiimevs at Goulbiirn, Crool.'well and l'aralga Shows.) 2 Active Farm Horses - 1 Spring-cart Mure . • • -- 2 Saddle and Light Harness Horses. • Fat and Store-Pigs. 1» Princess Separator, practica...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

, FOK SALE, PRIME, PAT YOUNG GEESE, - v for Christmas. - -v. ..*■,■ ;■ • Loave orders^at " THIS OFfJCB. weiiiwa Eiaciuiaie. MR.A.C. BARkETT' SelectedJjabor-Protectiouisfc ■ Candidate, "LJEREBY notifies-.-Electors that,. A ^ owing to thennforsoQn ciroumatfviicos that have arisen, he -haa boon-compalled to canoel alli previous-iixturo* advertised, wad tliat a more; Larger and Completo list: •will:' appear in ntfxt issue. . A. C. BARRETT. NURSE it Y A N-3 (cbetificaied) Late' of Sydney, XTAVING tukoij Tip her reBidenoo in CROOKWELju prepared to under take Special or General Nursing', •itberin the town or anrrounding,districts. Address—i NURSE RYAN, . c/o. Mr*. J. M. Evans, Robortsoa-atreot,

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Arbitration Act. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

I Arbitratioji^ct- .' i. - Tins Pai-liamentary Select'Uom. mittee which was appointed to inquire into alleged evasions o£ the Arbitration Act, has been* ■ ; converted into a Royal Commis" sion. .This course lias' been ^dopted-because the Parliamen tary committee has no-power to • place upon oath witnesses who' . - •refuse to be sworn. It will be remembered that during the last session' -Mr. J.. iLeahy, Secretary of the Ma chine Shearers' IJiiioni declined on iiiore than one occasion to 'give evidence on oath, and the •: v Attorney-General decided that there was no power to compel him. Since • then ' witnesses" summoned before other com mittees have adopted the same' -v course. ' Bishop Gallagher, of Goul burn, and Bishop .JEIiggins of Rockliampton, in their recent audience with the Pope, appear to have pleased his Holiness ^ with their account of Roman* Catholicism • in- ^Australia. Tne Pope remarked that it was .with the greatest^ satisfaction' : that he received such- encour aging...

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CABLES. LONDON, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

CABLES. London, Dec: 1. The Right Hon.: Charles Se'ale Hayne, M.P. whose death was reported the other day, has be queathed £100,000 to establish a Convent o£ Science, Art and. Literature in Devonshire. ' Typhoid is very prevalent, ar Skiermewice, in Poland, the town in which the Czar is de tiined-by the illness, of th e Czarina. '' >■. ^ - It is reported at Tientsin^that Great Britain and China have agreed t o jointly resist Russian aggression in Thibet. Tbe quantity of wheat afloat is estimated at .1,665,000 quar ters forthe* United 'Kingdom, .1,215,000 quarters :for the Continent. - Prices remained Unchanged i at the wool- sales> to-day,, and i competition was exceedingly firm. I Advices from .Port Arthur, state: that the Japanese news papers criticise Mr! Balfour's tribute to the Czarj whom the British Premier lately de scribed'as the friend; of peace. Qtie" journal reinarkeft that instead <of confiding in the moderation and discretion of .Japan Mr. Balfour' ough...

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Too late to Tote. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

.Too late to Tote. MAdly the gentleman* .rushed to the-cab stand. 'My good man'he shouted, to the only- cabby in .sight, ' 'drive me at once to the*, poll ing boothi I must-get there in two minutes.' Can't be done in the time, -sir,' shaking his head: mourn fully at Ms • steaming steed. f'MV hoss ain'cno Lord Cardi gan. . ' But I must get there he fore eight, I tell you. Why, man, I've travelled one hun dred and fif-ty miles .to? day, simply to record my vote* : ' That's hard lines, sir, hut you're no "miss - off than my poor old nag. . He's been trot ting: to and fro from that blessed pollin' booth since nine* o'clock this morning, and he ain't voted yet, either !?

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

POSTAL NOT 15S; y The.public are afforded, the opportunity of transmitting small sums of money ;throiigli the Po3t within the State, and. to Qiieftnslandi-TOctoria, South Australia, Tas mania, by means-of Postal Notes. ' Postal Notes of the following value inav be obtained at any Money Order Offioe in" the State on payment of the poundage. specified in connection hsrowith—• Value. Poundage. Value. Poundage. s; d. d s. d. d. 10 •i ■' •1 6 ■ 1 ■'■ ■ ■ 1 6 . a - 5 0 H • a- o - "1' 7 G 2 j2 6 r r 1 10 0 3 3W0 " •: ' 1 10 6 3 3 6 - - -1 15 0 3 4 0 ",1 ' 20 0 ■ 3 - ■ PersonS/may remit.odd ponce :up to 3d ' by affixing .unobliterated postage stamps- ■ to the face of the Postal Notej, and the '• value of'the stamps affixed thereto will be paid'on'presentation; : A Postal;Note may be crossed, and tho ; -Postmaster shall refuse to pay it except to a banker, • : _ Additional.poundage, equal to the . orig inal. poundage, will be charged on all Postal Notes oyer six months old, and the same i am...

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Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Town Earifc Tfls local town bund fcreated tlie towus— folk loan- evening's mu fj froni the balc'iuy of Mrs. La Count's residence on Wednesday night, when the following programme was rendered in their uBualV first-class styleMarch, ' St. -waltz, ' Elsinore' march, ' The ,-Spartou ' ; niaznrka,--Glarice:'; lancors, Kiss in the ring:'; ■ •schottisehe, : iil Springfield'gallop, ' Good shot tmat'ch, ' Soldiers of the Cross. '. -

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Died in a Cradle. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

- ; Dietfiha Cradle. A woman, aged 28,- has died in Bavaria i:i r.be cradle in which ^she was lain in soon after her Birth, and in which; shft had passed the whole of her life. She preserved to the end the size and appearauce of a baby a few months old, though, her. mind developed abnormally, and she was si -persistent talker,. • -

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RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

"| ' 'RAILWAY PARCELS-KATES. t -a The following is ti e scale of charges: for the carnage of.paicola on the .Government •':> X jaijjya,ES^ Stamped PabceLb (Pbepaxd) RatesA TJp to 4.0 miles:—31b. and under, 3d; 31b. to 71b.,. 3d;. 71b. to! 14lb.; 6d; 141b..to 281b., 3d; 281b. to 561b., 1/; 561b. to .. 841b;, 1/6; every additional 141bs. or part thereof 3d. ... For 51 to 150 miles—31b. aud under 63'; *31b. to 71b„ 9d; 71b.,to tflb;, 1/; 14lb. ' to 281b., 1/6; 281b. to 561b., 2/6 ; 561b. '• to &flb„'3/6; every additional .141b. . or port thereof, Od. ■ . For 151 to 200 miles—31b. and under, 1 /.; 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. to 14lb., 1/9-.; 14'b. to 281b., 2/9; 281b, to 561b., 4/ ; 561t. to 841b.. 5/8every additional : 141b. or.part thereof, 1/.. Over 300 miles—31b. and under, 1/631b. .. to 71b., 21; 71b. to 141b., 2/6; 14!b. to 281b., 4/; 281b. to 561b.; 6/j 561b. to 841b., 8/every addmonallilb. or part ^ thereof;-176. '; All fractions of 3d will be charged as 3d. 50Jpor cent, ...

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GOLSPIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

GOLSPIE NEWS.. W'ESTHERfr—'Wo hnd • some • beautiful •howers of rain here on.'Monday and /. nud Tuesday last', which has consider ably freshened up the grass niul ci'spc, bnt- shearing- operations havo, .been - delayed therebyr Tennis.—:Golspio Tennis Club, are to pluy a match-against. Richlanclv on. Saturday next,'when, a gi'od game is anticipated. . FuiEi—A> fiSa oocucred ab"M«asi». ■ McKenzte Bros.,..-.Burra Greek, near' ,Q-olspio^pn Sunday, night last, when - their wc'lshed and contents had -a< • narrow-escape from.-being burnt.- It appears that Bome o£ the men were • putting some-sheep.>.in the- shed- to : keep-them dry for the morning, whso. ■ - some firo from, their pipes must haTo i fallen on .to.the woolpacks - or bugs. Before the fire v.?s -discovered some wool packs were burnt;, half ■ the-wool 1 press, and a great, deal of -wool was ■ damaged. - It only - required few more-minutes and the whoie shed.and' about 100 sheep would have beom burnt. Cricket.—A ...

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Marital Secrets. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

- Marital Secrotsi It was a case of love at first siglit. They met, loved, and were married in an incredably short time. ' Forgive me d-darling,' sob bed the sudden bride, as she fell somewhat excitedly on the bridegroom's neck ; ' but I kept a s-secret fx®m you. X.can't cook*! -' ' ' Oh, that'll fe6 all right,' re ; plied the masculine part.. of loves swefrt illusion ; ' I for give your secret, dearest, <be - cause I'm a poet—consequently there won't be much to cook.' ■

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