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GOULBURN NOTES. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

v-('WmnouroOorremoindenti)^-' rSfaocUi Sales.—Tliero fair.^at teu^ance at.theiyards to-day;''Vs:iTn' fk)-/ cattle, there-wore :onlja-;{o\v,.fairfqual-' it-y cows,()fferLug,.;and: tliose:.ran 'frottij £5.'10a lo,£7 ;ialso only n smallyerdv ing of store cattle; chiefly lieifors'raudr' jouF>gi0atMe.'?\;c-.Springer8i>bro.aght-.npj t6 £5, younger .cattle from.<£2 »159 to? £3.. 15s; tThere "wfts; ; if janything, a"; 8h<j;ht'.fnli^a-'sbeop ratea, ' especially in: stores..'bQhe lot,of fat v.wethers - ran from. 18s*7d; to 15s Cd j- jatore wethers' j rjjario.--ili?s.';-.10d.5:%Sl»oep-s:(store) ,'.'(bat brough^-133' Inst Weducscli-.y:we'll tl; for/ ,'9B;,6d^to;;10s to-day;- .Oue^small lot .of, rtffedium fewesmade Os 2d."; Sauds andi Go. repor^a successful .horse' .sale on! •Tuesday. ■Medium; ',draughts- ran to .'£20;: lighieViSor|tB'?frr-rn.-i£13 ;:to:; £15, ■Raddl9;hab)cs mi^deito £9.v,::;There is a-.; good:denikndfor,young,draught?. ; Elections.—A/ somewhat, unex ...

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

DR A. E.J ..FITZPATRICE:;^ EEMOyEDifonjihiBriaiSencoin'Collfc ' yer-at. to' his' fdrmar ?re^id6nc8'|inv (VOJTlj-l BURN-ST REET/ CROOKWEtalj; ,-bbx<ii t<J the BANK OF? jNB W^. SOUTHS.VVALTES,': V'TrhinM'.li^lQibo§^D&|;th<tfpr^|^^6^w': profession _as Heretofore. , X DENTISTRY., MR, CHARLESi' Hi- GOLBY, a * Goaltfuiu-Biwie^ ,*(3ro5kwell, ^bpppsitef Jftfln i ess,, Extra^io'ns-^ F111 i ri gs;f, \^tai6s Ttualjjaifii'sfc j Mondayv.xn tfticjh: mouthrrNvxt ,visifc, - D«c. 7th'V•< •■ -Bihda, 'ThurBday ,l.-\D'oc.' 10,9! tilUl l*a.in' Friday, Deo. 11 at noon. ■, , flR»t. Peelwo6d,fSundii.y*ipDeo: 13,- till noon: > . ' AIih?W'OR.g GUARANTEED - " H. BLACIiADDER >/ v dentist/. ^ : 'CrE-.Q '0~k',W:'B L'^.V' * VISTT3 TX'BXLG-A third -SUNDAY and ' MONDAY in 'EACH"' MONTH,' nnd . . may be consulted at JtfOONEY'S , . i'V: ARGYLEINN.O . Date of';Next Visit: •4th DECEMBER . Special .Viait; ' .*• ' . ' TJaual Monthly -.Viait—20 fit** and : 21st ' D...

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MARCONIGRAMS. ROSBYN, MIDDLE ARM AND WOODHOUSELEE. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

HIRCONIGRAMS. ROSBTN^lUDDEiE ARit AHD VTOODHOUSELEE. (Ffom-our Correspondent.),! -The. weather-:here fop/ the - past ' week has boon -opprassively hot for ; thiB; time of,sthe je&v, and is beginning to to dry- up the grass and herbage." The ct-ops look well - but- they. require a .8Hcrof;ruin, .wtriowocrld do thotn ■a >l»rge amount--of-, good. The -most pr >bu'ble-disaster^ i.a p&o[ilo will huvo to contend with now-r' -will bo bush--. fires1*, and preveutWe measures should be ni once reso; ted to ensure immun ity f tan* them. Stock of ullkindaare" in a;; t liming condition. Owing; to. tlie high prices ruling for stock, -graz iers are not half stocked. -Shearing, is nearfy .finished, and ;the -clip' this ,'year will be good. :v At a meeting at Middle Arm, con vened by Mr. Matt.'Hannan, it was resolved to hold' the - annual school pionip on Saturday, l'ith• December. % The Middle Arm C. C. journeyed to Tarlo on Saturday and played a. match with that c ub, which r...

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Werriwa Elections. MR. GROGAN RETIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Werriwa Election^/ MR. GROGAN KETIRE8/ - A sudden development has arisen in ! convection with the oouteBt.i'forJWerr ?iri way .which entirely alt>.rB tliet.o'onT«o foft'i-OTent?. Mir •B. J.:- Grbgan^ithe; selected ministerial candidal e;-had: >'de ;'gided to witlidi'aw from tbo ele'cHnn. - -■WenreroqueKted.to^tate'tbatiafti'r opening in j.Goulburrr- Mr. •Qrogam ; \vent to .the ot her end of t he electorate, and spoke iriMurramburrah,; Harden, B a trow a ."TasBit n d B a \v n i n gVks t .week. Ho was tbus.-enahleds-to con !'sult, w;ith the- leaders of bis -party; at •'those places, and to have the.'r advice |in view-.,.o l'? the ■ awk ward situation. :,qreated:by the action of, the'third can-' ':didate jiii coming out after -the >pro iceedings of:the recent:conference .in SGoulburn and- the executive- feudorse ]ment of..his candidature. retnrne 1 '.t'irGoulbiirn 'on Saturday night,' -and spoke, at Chacabtry, ' to -ilie hadies' 'meeting,-in the. Town ; Hall, and at ISenmore d...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

^ r c /i^mltjetodist Church. f t ^Crook^ell^ and 7 p,m^—Eev.->Dr Lane

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Farmers and Fires. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

FftrmersandFires. If the farmed of -New South Wales do not bum fire- breaks, first around their' homesteads, and then around their • entire holding, they will >be courting the catastrophe tnat> will al most certainly come upon them.

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The Argyle Liberal, AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Neutral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

: AND DISTRICT RECORDER ■rC ' Impartial-—Not ^Neutral'.' T-rutlr, ever lovely since the wqrld began. The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. : FRIDAY, DECEMBER. 4,' 1903. It is undoubtedly a 'source- of very groat satisfaction , to. those-who . are diametrically opposed to Mr'. ' Oonroy to learn that Mr. Grogan has retired ifrom tho coutost, thus enabling Mr. Barrett to have a straight-out fight in the interests of democracy. We take this opportunity of : congratulat ing- Mr. Grogan, and ' can; truth fully 'etfite that-- his magnanimi ty and patriotism has gained'for him hosts of; admirers. It -was most unfortunate that any difficulty shouldt^bas ariseu in connection with the selection, but •we feel, confident that -Mr. Grogan . wiil-sink ;any differences that'?i^ay have e^isted^aad also!'.use bis.'.best '■en dflavours'to bring-about the' defeat of Mr.;Conroy. ,whi*QhV,.we.are.inclined to^ thinkj -isi ' not - a very "difficult - matter, since any consoientitms or consistent freetr...

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Our Record Wheat Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Our Record Wheat Harvest. 'A REPRESENTATIVE- of the " SuudftJ Times" interviewed several of the lending commission agents of Sydney :ob Saturday last- with reference to the, present prospects of the wheat har vest ■ • " There can he no doubt;" said the manager of one leading firm, " the present iharvest promises to be the best the State has had. : I baRe this calculation upon the crops already hai'yested and the general appearance of the country;" "Is the area under wheat the larg est ever known in this. State ?" : - " I think it is ;very much in advance ot any previous year. There is under • cultivation 1.800,OOO'&cres, as against l,600j000r last yeai, and .773,280 ten years ago. The crop last year waB securod from only about 750,000, but this year, if everything, - continues- as favourably as at present;; ihore should be over 1000,000 acres. , ' " Regarding the yield per acre.r1". " It is,' 1 fancy, the largest average known, - So far .' it has^ panned out from-v-SO'to 25 ...

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Crookwell Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

-Tbe: annual rimeefiagv:1; of.-membersrf:of: jthe-^above t.ook- plnce at'.tfee.',Gritei|ioa; Hotel ou Fnday night, rlasfc There ',was;.a good atteudance and' the- ;PreBi-. • deut (Wr;- T.L. Puwlett J:P.):oooapiedi the chait. Prior.-'to ? 'the animal,meeting, ia: committee -meeting, was held,, and 'after.the.opening business bad been dispensed-with, a letter was xreud from the Seid'a Flat Jockey Club, stating thafothey would be holding their. races ■ in. February nex . . The secretary was instruc'ed to reoly, that -the incoming, commit tee would fixthe idat-e for the Crook well: races; and/that ^Keid'a-I'lat-would be.duly.'apprised.■ ot such dates wi tThe.-annual-meeting then ;'comment ,ced:.; i The1'secreta!'yf-read: tho V. JHijmtes • of;last,meetiiig.-whr6h -were consumedj: rTha-reportiand/balatico. sheet-for^ .the; past yeRi'i iwore s th'sri<read. :.:rUhe;-trea-: ■ surer jiMr.-Cr.-'Rv Edwarasypresentt/dan: ;elaborate : and cloar-bAlanee-shee&^and; idtiringnhe-ev...

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The Werriwa Election. (To the Editor Argyle Liberal. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

The Werriwa Election. {J& the Editor Argyle Liberal. ;• , | SiRj^Mr. A. C; Barrett Haying, either by means of letters or reports "ofhis utterances which ha>e appeared in' yourpaper, given his Version of the Qonlbarn confeienpe wd- ask .you.' to give publicity to the following state ment in connection with the ministerial selection:—• - • 1.'That we attended a-meeting at the Royal. Hotel, Goulburn, . on the' evening of November 12. 2. That ,in. our presence, and-in the presence 'of Messrs.' Barr»tt and Grogan, Mr. Sparks, general secretary of the National.Protection Union, said that the names of: three gentlemen had been submitted to the Executive; in Sydney in connection with the.Wer.mwa seat, but'tliat one (Mr; Ai-kins) having retired,, the issue lay between Messrs. Barrett and- Grogan, 'who- had ex-, pressed themselves aa agreeable to abide, the result of. that evening s de liberations. ■ !i. -That with a view to determining matters both gentleman were Asked to address ...

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Mr. Henry Copeland. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Mr. Henry Copeland. By the Miowera, which sailed to-day for Vancouver, Mr. H. Copeland left Sydney to re take up his duties- &a Agent General in.. London. ■ Mr. Copeland had an- interview with Sir J oh n See oti Monday morning, and quite; a number friends gathered; at G ircular Quay to wish him good-bye During Mr Copeland's holiday the duties of--his office have been discharged by Lord' Jer sey.. ' The raspberry crop in the Wandi* district, Lilydale, Vic,, is expected to be the best on record. '

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Death of Dean Pownall. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Death of Bean Po^nalk' • There passed ; away, at' .Goulburn on Sunday iasfc. at 3.'p.m., ono of the last Jinks connected with the early history of tlie Goulburn' diocese, in' the 'person ■oi Dean Pownall, who took up"'his duties in connection with the Church of England in that city.as far-bai6k'ras 1864, and shortly after the installation , of the ' first : Bishop, the * late; Dr: ; Thomas. Within a few weeks of ;the >late, Dfean's coming to Goulburn' he ' was, appointed to the parish of Young, where he romaiued for: five years.:He was afterwards appointed to the im-'i portanfc; parish • of Wagga .Wagga, ,Where he reinairied .till-'-ths. death of /Bishop Thomas, when he returned to Goulburn. In l8S5 he was appointed Bishop s Commissory, in 1889 Yricnr General of ' the Diocese, under Synod Ordinance and in 1891 D&'an. of. St." Savioujrs Oathedrnl. Aftor lris conse Oration in 1892, Bishop Chalmers re quested,the. late Dean to remain it. - Goulburn for a time to help him wit...

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Here, There & Everywhere. (CRI[?]ED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 4 December 1903

Here, There & Everywhere. (CSHaSty COLLED, AMD CoNTKTXCTBD. . Some Bodalla-prarie grass is 8ft 3iu. high. ' Tlie>. ' Nortb Coast • Oo-operatiVe Company tfltalled a rticord'of' 240 tons of batter last month. ■ It seems a reflection on our railway management .that a Coomastorok'oepor should cart 100-tonsof .goods, frofar Tatbra\wharf;--with- the train*- to^- Iris doorjf'so to speak Mr. A:. Ly»e has beun elected 'presi dent ot the Goutburn Eight-Rdur'As Boc ation, and Mr. C. Danielsecretary. -The association expended-* over ■ .£300 at. the - retient" dem&nati.ationj,; \and made a-small' profit.. - V Simon Opassicb, .a .man without arms arid legs, who for 50 years had beprged in the streets of: ^Vienna,, has just'died. ^ He.left some £7.8,000,; also books in which, he had cronicled each day's' earnings.' , -A;, ; ■ Athanasins. Popovitchj a Servian Priest- and Member of Parlia ment, hasiesiguedhis seat. He says that he cannot make meokness and love of one's neighbour, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

For Priyjile Sale. rfl-IBAP PROPERTY, situated 40 V : .miles from ■ Wyalong 83,000 acres. 2'1 years' loase. :, 27,000 acres] 1111 provedj-divided into-12 paddocks; seven: tanks •and well ; rgood 'homes tend. Twelve vtiles^vivo netting. - Annual vent, il'25. Carrying capacity, 'about 18,000 sheep; all" splendid sheep and-.wlieat country. Also, 2100 Mixed -Sheep, principally:, breeding Ewes. < -Price; with sheep given in* £3000 casli. ; '1'or furMior particulars, apply,. A, J? G-LENNAN, Auctioneer, Ojrookwell. , REQUIRED for RENOVATING. I A|) B.C. Church and School, TARALGA, | to close DECEMBER 10th. * - - ' I - Three Walls/of- Church to* bo pointed^ i j outside; '. 2 Boats" • of 1 Kalsomine in blooks, i I inside1; 'Boors and. Windows to be painted, ] i -windows to be frosted; ;2-wnlls of School to | i be; painted j "S walls to get'a coat of color* i i 'ing doors and -rwindcSws to be painted. ; - . I I Tenders for .painting to bo given separ- i l atoly ; the.lowest not nece...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES (FROM OUR REPRESENTATIVE.) HOM[?]BUSH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

flOMEBUSH JTAT STOCK SALES (From our hki'hiisentativk.) . -Hoa bbujiif-Thursday. About 17,813 sheep and lambs penned, from 12 consignors. Attend ance good.' The market opened to ■frew'.'Competition fit the values ruling on Monjay last, ea.=ing, however, as the sales progressed, especially on the heavier descriptions. : Quotations :-r SHEEP. -s irons.- ; Merino 'Wethers;: 12/6 to-K)/- ; Merino/Ewt'B, 10/6 to 17./6 v -,< . . .Crossbred Wi thers, 15s to 17/G „ ■ Ewes, 14/6 to 16/. ■ ■ . ■ woor.r.v. - Merino Wt liors, ,17/- to 18/. . JA'aBS: Competition moderate at a decline in values. Prices : Prime suckers 13s to 14s 6d, a few to ... IGs (M. ■■ .' - ■ Good suckers^ lis to 12s Medium i, fa'om 9s CATTLE. 836 yarded ; attendrfnea n'snal-;. prices showing a *■ decline of 5s to TOs ok last Thursdtiy's values. Yard ing.? comprised all qualities; ' the bulk being good, useful bullocks. . Quota tions: .' ' . . . . : .■» Prime bullocks,'£7 'to £11 12sfGtl Extni prime and heavy to £1...

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The Kaiser. LONDON, Dec. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

The Kaiser. London, Dec. 4. On absolutely trustworthy au thority the " British ■ Medical Journal" announces to-day that the doctors in ;■ attendance upon the German' Emperor consider that the, cure o£ the local affection from which his Majesty was' suffering is com plete and that there is no fcar whatever oE-any untoward de velop ments.

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PUBLICATION AUTHORISED BY ARTHUR CONNOR BARRETT, OF GOULBURN. Alderman A. C. Barrett for Werriwa. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

PUBLICATIONAUTHORISED . * ARTBUKCONNOR BARRETT,; OF GOULBURN. Alderman A. C. Barrett $ov Werriwttx . PELI,0\vELECT0P/a.0P'WEnRIWA,— ' It. boiug physically impossible .far mo in the' limited .time atIcoipmandito -visit every part of:the , cuht^Wwi ivvft Electorate,:or even indeed to get .into personal touch, as i would wish., with every elec or even in theiplaces visited, I submit the following as ft brief ex pression otthu political views upon which I claim your -suffrages-:—■ Labour.— Labour- is twitb me another name fqi' .Demo.racy, or the •light of the masses, rather than- the: i classes, to 1 ule. I have ever set my bice aeainst class rale and class privi lege, and will continue to do so. I Pfntocrncy is uow. trying, to. '.'down" I.-labour bv- every, means, legitimate. or i otherwise, -in its power.'" Capital is .ITSELF IS A .GOOD TillSG WH12N USED: TO the people's advantage, .but .Capital .used ,to enslave, theni niuso be antagon ised -at td! costs. Created by the •peopled it w...

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Britain, not Japan. LONDON, Dec. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Britain, not Japan. London. Dec. 4.." | It transpires that Great Bri tain and not : Japan has pur chased" the Chilian battleships, Cons^itucion: and Libertad, the price paid was £1,87 5,000.

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England and America. London, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

England and America; ; [London, Deo. 3. In presenting his credentials i to President 'Roosevelt Sir Henry Mortimer Durand, who has been , appointed British Ambassador at Washington, in succession to , Sir Michael Her stated- th'dt • Katrg-; ••Edward , desired to assure him that he earnestly wished the friendly relations - between 'the two nations to be maintained and strengthened. Presiden t Roosevelt cordially responded to the sentiment. He said that mindful,, as .;they were,- of the ties of kinship and speech, sharing the same' aspi rations for peace/ aucLprogress, and both trusting to the • Al mighty, it was only fitting that the two nations; should . reach harmonious accord'onfall ques tions affecting their . common interests. ~ ' 5 v

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