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STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

I . STOCK BATES TO. FLEHINOTON. The rate per truok ■ (cattle or-aheep) < from Crookwell to Flemingtoa is X4 B/9.- -

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] Goulburn, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

[by wire.] Goulburn, Thursday. The following nominations were declared for the Werriwa electorate, by t he Returning Officer to-day: — Arthur Com nor Barrett,.. Alfred Hugh Conroy. Mr. Barrett moved a •vote of thanks to the Return*' ing: Officer. : V Sydney Thursday-. The tender of Mr . J. Sharwood, for" the conveyance of mails from Laggun to Hadley, has . been -accepted. . The price of the -tender-is £65. The Englishmen in their match .against the Northern District have six wickets down ior 305—Tyldesley ; 101,, Hay 3yard 56. ;/: , Mir. Jfthti Leahy, .^secretary of the - Machine Shearers' Union says that the appoint ment of Judge Backhouse ' as president of the Royal Com emission does not alter the posi - rtion^as far as he is concerned, He wiir decide on a course of action when he receives a ,sum mons .to attend. London Wednesday. At the instance of certain creditors, under the order of Federal Court, the official... re ceivers hnve seized Rev. "W. A. Dowie's Zion City property, w...

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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GOULBUBN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

t GOULBUBN TO CEOOKWELE; LINK A train leaves". Goulburn daily, Sundays and Wednesdays excepted, at 7.20 - a.m.; Roslyn, 8.S5; arrives Crookwell n . ■ .,9.50. • .■ ' . ■■ v A train leaves Crookwell daily, Sundays and Wednesdays excepted, at 3.10 • : ' p.m.; ORoslyn, 3.65; arrivos Goulburn - 5 30. On Wednesdays trains leave. Goulburn at 5J5 a.m. and 3. 20. p.m.; Itoalyn, 6.40 • a.m. and 4.45 p.m. ; arrive .at -Crook-• •••.. well 7.30 a.m. and 5.40 p.m. < On Wednesdays trains/leave Crookwell ?at 8.5 a.m. and 0.20'p.m.; Roslyn, 8 40 a.m. and 6.50 p.ui. j arrive Ooulburn 10.10 a.m. and 8.25 p.m.

Publication Title: Argyle Liberal And District Recorder
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British Fiscal Policy. London, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

BritlshFiscal Policy. London, Dec. 1. Sir Tiios'. Dewar, M.P., speaking at St. George's, said that employment was better even than cheap bread. Last week a furnishing firtn in Lon don discharged 150 hands, the trad e having gone abroad to the foreigner. .Last year two and a half millions' worth of ready inadedoore, windoW-frae>es,and staircases weire' "dumped" in England. MrT Haldane, K.C., M.P, Bpeaking at Dulwich, said now that it was- evident that the colonies intended to .maintain protection,:people spoke less of Empire. Where one manufac turer was hit by foreign twriffs three prospered. Under free trade Great Britain did; far; the greater carrying trade of the world, and freights and insur ance were paid by the foreign Governments.

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

For Private Sale. QHBAP: PROPERTY, situated 40 ' V miles from Wy along ; . are V, 33,000' acres. 24 yeara' :leaso. 27,000; loresj iin '•proved; divideiluito 12.paddydka1;'."-seven tanks'and well; good honiosfcerfcL Twelve; tcileswire netting. Annual. rent, .£125. Carrying capacity, about 18,000, sheep.j all splendid sheep and wheat country.' !. Also, 2400'" Mixed Sheep,: principalis breeding Ewes." . v, . v Price, with sheep given in/ £3000 cash;. For further particulars, apply, •! A. J. GLKKSrXK, '? . ... Auctioneer, ■ Drookwoll. ••• ... TENDERS INQUIRED for RENOVATING -■** E.G. Church arid School, TAEALGA, to close DECEMBER'10th. ' ^ t •' , , Throe Walls - of Church to be painted outsido; 2 coats' of Kalsomirie in. blocks inside; Doors and Windows to be painted,' windowsito be frosted; 2 walls of School to lie painted; 2 walls to get a coat of color ing; doors and windows to be painted. Tenders for ^painting to bo gfven separ ately ; the lowest not nebewarily accepted. For any fur...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

! Following ai» t>8 »etvic«a for "utidtiy ms!1 , i J " , 40rookw#ni«8i«.'nji-(HolyiGamtniinion) .f.: Croc R* ell? 11 a. m * Kiall*t> 2 80 p in ^ Crook well 7 80 p )n >,-Croo£well,'W&dne5day,-'7.30p.m...:'i" cEer B«n Doie Bryant Rector/ ■'■?■ - r^-':- S'>'L* -

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A Splendid Clip. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

; A Splendid Clip* Mb.T.W. Beeves, of Reovwdale, Wbeeo, 1 bronght to tpwn yesterday 16 bales ofwool.. ■horn from 1160 sbeop. the -weight •'-of which was .4 ' tona Ucwts. The a*er»go fleece per shew averaged trom 10 to 12 poonda. ; Mx'Reever refused lid per lb Iromeur local bujor, Mr. M, Loni«. A sam pit of the.wool is:on ■view in Mr. ,14. Louis window;- ■ .. :■

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

HOME-Busa FAT STOCK SftLES (From otik Rephksbntative:) Homebusu, , "Monday. About 4,366 - sheep? and lambs penned, from 12 consignors. A tend ance good. The market opened- to frea competition at the values rating on Thurs-.iay last, easing, however, as tie-sales progressed,-especially oni the heavier rrfescriptions. Quotations :— SHEEP. SHORN-; Merino Wethers', 15/6 to 17/6 l; ■ :■■■■■-■ Merino Ewes; 18/6 to 15/6 Crossbred Wethers, 15s to 17/6 „ Ewes, 14/6 to 16/. WOOLLY. Merino Wethers, 1?/- to 18/. ' ' LAMBS. ; . ,; Competition moderate at a decline in values. Prices: Prime suckers 13s to 14s 6d,-a-few to 16s 6d. ' Good suckers,- lis to 12s Medium ,, irom 9s CATTLE. - 928 yarded ; attendance usualj; .prices showing a decline 'of 5s' to IGs' on last Thursday's values, Yftrd ings comprised all qualities, the bulk being good, useful bullocks. Quota tions — •. ■ : { :5 Prime-bullocks, £8 10s to £10 0s Extra prime and heavy'to £12 5/. Good bullocks, J67jtb £7 10s Prime Cows, £7 to £7 1...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

GOULBUKN PKICES CURBENT; Wheat, 5b per buEhel ' Flour, '£12-03 to £12 10s , Bran, 8d to 9d bushel Maize, 8/6 bushel Barley (for feeding purposes), 3/9 to 4/ Oats--feed-2/3 to 8/, seed 2/9 to 8/' Hay, £%' 10/ to -fi-t lOs ton , Straw, i53 5/ to .£3 10s ton / Chaff, £3 to j>4 5/ ton (inclusive of bags) Onions, 6s per, cwt. ' Butter—factory 8d, dairy 7d • . Lard, 8}d to 9Jd lb . •Eggs,<10d dozen, . Potatoes, £5 to j£5 iOsr ton; "Brownells (seed) £4 10s Cattle—Bullocks £4 5s to >£11 5b ; cows £3 5s to £8, heifers' £4 to *64.16s; springers £h 0s to £7 IBs, steers £S •-, to jE5 10s Sheep—Wethers 15s to 19a; ewes 12/6 ■ to I5a Pigs—Fat , to J23 ; porters: 25s*-to..40s; stores 18a" to 25s ; slips 12s to 18s , suckers 9? to 14s 6d Beef (retail) 4id to 6d lb • Mutton . 3jd tot 5d.. . Hides, 3$d to 4cl per lb Tallow, £18 to £22 per ton ■ Wattle bark, ,to £4, hickory- to 80s ton . Poultry—Fowls 4s to 6s pair ; turkeys— gobblers 12s fid td'183, hens"C/6 to 9sj ' . ducks 3/6 to 4...

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COMMERCIAL. CROOK-WELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

COMMERCIAL. CROOK-WELL : PRICES CURRENT. /That it ietKten the ■ producer 'and .first purchaser.) V > y • • • .Wheat, $1*per bushel ' , Oats, 23 ' to 2s 3d buuhel Maize, to 3s 9d bushel. . Flouiy .£U ,aOs to'jB12 ton Bran, 9d to XOd per -bushel Pollttid. lUd to Is per1 bushel Oil Cake, 8s per cwt Chaff (oaten) v62 to £2 iOa per toil .Potatoes—Circular. Heads (eatiug) to JE3. Onions, 6s par cwt..(»««)< ■Eggs, 9d pe>; dozen . ' ■ Butter (factory;, 8d, dairy 7d • Bacon ,-9d; h'ams, 9Jd •Beeswax, lOd lb ' . Hors.ehaiiVJ.Qd to Is. : . - Lard, 6d lb -Sheepskins, 5d to Gid lb Hidea, 3 id 'lb Poultry-—Fowls, 3/ to 3/0 • pair; ducks, . 3/ to 3/3 pair; geese, 5/- to C/ ; .Turkeys—hens, 5s to 7a, gobblers • 8s to 13s pair » • -

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

'Higgle Liberal' flirectora Solicitors— .• O. T. Clifton,.Goulburn-street, Crookwell. J6hn Connellan, Gouihuim^street, Crook -well. Banks— ' Bank of N.S.W., Goulburn-street,•Crook well. : J3iS. and A.C. Bank, 1 Goulburn-street, , ,J>Crbokwell. ' . Chemist and Dentist—v Mr. HT. Blackadder, Soulbnro-street, Crook ■ l': ■■■■■ "'.'well."" Dentist— Mr,.- C. : H. G olby - G oulburn -Btreot, Crook; -welL .■ ■. Printers; - J, Smith & Co.,i publishers of Argyle Liberal.■ Office.: Goulburn-street, ..■■■■ Crookwell, i directly opposite the Post Office, ^Newsagent—; . Ev; V; Coleman, Goiilbnrn-street, Crookwell; Storekeeper, Newsagent,. J A. Kershaw, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. u • Milliner— jrfiss A. Harvey, Goulburn street, Crook \ ,■ .-well. ■ 1 . ■ Dressmaker. -v ■-v..• Miss Berrell, Old School of Arts, Goulburn dtieet. , ■ Sworn Valuator. A. J. Glennan, Goulburn-street, Crookwell : Auctioneers— ■ . Geo.^McDonald and Son, Goulburn-stroet, Crookwoll. :. • : E. C. Bray; Gonlburn-st...

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

OUR POLICY : ■' ' :o: ■THE AEGYLE LIBERAL is not owned, subsidised,- controlled, or run at., the diotation or suitraneo of any clique or, party, but .as ;a; free and independent, journal in the interests of producers. 'Its columns are open for tlie free 'discus sion of all public matters, while, allure inTited to contribute items of Mntareat touching pastoral, agricultural,-mining, and social matters: This journal -wilLbe outspoken, "consistent,' impartial,-- and representative, and on .this policy; -we ■will rely for-its, success and, advance ment. . - -I-:-;. . - TO 'BUSINESS MEN' •' IP.you are in Business,.you must lulver- : tiso. . Competition ■ is ,too keen -now-a days for any business to jog along in tlio old-fashioned manner. Business men must proclaim to the public all about • their-wares, and tlioso who-do this most, persistently aro invariably' those -who succeed. •.. Put an/advertisement, in the ArgtIiB Liberal, and you ore ■ sure 'bf ,it ibeing read from one tend- of &am...

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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Postal dud Railway Information. Mails Close, at Crookwell-* For Goulburn, viit, Laggan andWoodhouse-. lee. afc 4 p.m.-on Monday. Wednesday, and Friday; and- by' direot route-at . , - 4.45 ou Tuesday, -Thursday, and-. Sat-.- - . mrday. . For Binda,? Tuesday,! Thursday, - and Sat- : urday, at 10.-15. .For Pejar and ICialla, Tuesday, Thursday, i and Saturday, at ll.£5 .a;m. For Glengarry, Saturday, at 10.30 a.m. .: For Wlieeo, Tuesday and Saturday, 1.45 • p.m. ,MaH3 AEBIYB AT CeOOKWISLIi—r From Goulburn, via Lagjyan and Wood houselee, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat urday, at. 9.45: a.m.; and by direct • route on Monday, : Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m. From; Binda, Monday, Wednesday,'and Friday, at 8 <p.m. From J?fljar and Kialla,".Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 11 a.m. < . * From Glengarry, Friday, at 3.30. From Wlieeo, Tuesday and, Saturday, .1 ■ p.m.

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

Learn the New Shorthand No matter where you live,, WE WILL rXEAOH yOU Shorthand. 21 lessons for 21/; 'postage extra.' Only three lessons tc write notes 21"to completion. Our correspondence system o£ Tuition has given Results Unchallenged. , \ BE UPWDATE! Study the Simplest and Most Practical* System. ' Write • for Particulars. • "W. CHARLTON H OBBLti, > > Gibbs' ChfimberB, ' - Moore-si., ^9jcLu*yu

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Rejoining the Procession. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Rejoining the Precession. Onb by/one the Ministers who recently seceded from-the Bal four; Government, and other leaders of political thought, who were presumecFto be hostile to Mr: Chamberlain's Tariff pro posals; are .capitulating on one or -more of the points ofdiff ev ened, • Before the^carapaign is thrbugh most of them will 'probably rejoin the Preferen^ tiaL precession.- I

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Cricket. ENGLAND v. QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Cricket. .England v. Qobbsiland - The above ma'oh was commenced at' Brisbane on .- FrMay, and concladed on Monday, the Erig.folimori winning by The; .scores were :— England,- first inUiniB 21;5" eecond innings; four wickets for 119. Queens laud, first iuuiuge, 242; eecoud in nings, 92.* . • r Tfia Englishmen commended a match" on Wfcd»esdny at' West Mait1 . land '■ against-- a '. Northern r District' Jflightflen.1- The' Englishmen, won tne toss aiicf&eoided'to field. The eight teeri-w6re all disposed . of for 243— Wiiddy 97, JL.Moore 31. -At the close ofkthed*y'a play tbe Englishmen had loBt 1-wroket for 130.—Sae t'elegrama. -Tho fallowing- pliySra will repre sent CioOkwll against. Gr*bb<*n' Gul len, at Gfabheu Gillian; tbia blternoon, play to start at' 2--Denning, Tamer,:■ lloDbnaJdv: Camy, Sohroeder, • Smith, Cansd»ll (£)';'Henville. Hugh ton, S. Wright,

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Breach of Promise Case. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

, r' ti" ~r r • i i ' i.v/.. I&tfack<>f Promise Case; - A; suit -for breach of: promise was heard before Mr. Justice Prin^and a Jary oil Monday, I in which' the . plaintiff 'was a I young girl „ named Jllice Galea I Taylor, and - the defendant a ' bookmaker , named George Garnham. , Plaintiff claimed £1000 as;, compensation.. The suit; was .undefended. The; jury after a few minutes retire ment assessed the damages at £800.

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

NEWS. (By- Oar• Coi-respo)ident.Ji Mk. Conroy delivered an add ess it: the Taralga School of Arts on Friday; night,'27th inst. and there w<ib a fair tattendance the f>ont seats being..veaer-' ved-for iajiiesv - The'-chair-was • ably filled*by Mr. Mr Cbartere'a, who uppka for some time on Mr. Coriroy's. good qualities. Mr. Gonroy, on rising, ex cused himseli fot being abanut bo long, but he had' to stay to lijhb -he plund ers and r b'bers in; the .House of Re presentatives. Mr. Coiiroy stat«d that ti r-Jutjority of the Fed ral Mimbeia* were more fit' for a lttiu'it/ic asylutn th'-m irii»mKer8 of Parliament. He tried to make the Taraiga elactora believe, that he was thoouly sano tnaa in the.Fe'd-! eral Parliament. -His old suppoi ters were mucli displeased to hear bo miich criticism,>as:they.went-thero to''■ hear po itical reforms' • ■and:' not .,abuse, of which the ;good honest Labour man and the protectionist eutno in for the lion's share. At the finish of his ad dr...

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Could not move the Brick. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Could not move tlie Brick. One man bet another<.'that He could not move an, ordinary : brick'tied to the end of a cord two or three miles long. A straight and level, road was selected for the trial j '"the brick was not moved^and the man lost his bet.' 'The brick although only weighing about 71b., would from a distance* of two or three miles; represent a dead weight of nearly a ton.

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How to make Butter that will keep. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

How to make Butter that will» ■ keep. Set the milk and let it -remain for 12 hours, then stand the dish on the stove aiul leave it there until the crea'mbegins to get wrinkled. Put the dish in the dairy and. leave ' it'Ttwelve hours longer. When v you-> skim it the cream \v:iil. come off in a thick sheet, arid'-will only. Require to ^e chui^'edtf or a few ^minutes, as' the ^ butter, /comes very quickly. Cream -thus prepared is called. -Devonshire cream.

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