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CABLES. LONDON, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

CABLES. London, Dec. 5. The Chamber of Trade repve , seating theavholesale houses of Johannesburg, recommends the importation; of colored labour for the Transvaal mines, railways and other works. A sensational bank robbery has been perpetrated at Band fonteini' South Africa. ; ; ..' A masked gang ... entered B.obinson's Bank, and, linving overpowered and .' gagged ' the manager and his assistant, they secured • and decamped with £3000. ' The Tien-tsin correspondent of the " Standard," comment ing upon the commicality • of China even dreaming at -this juncture nf fighting Bussia, declares, that the cry in Chin ese circles is now all for war, . :; The Government in Pekin is'thoroughly-alarme'd^ fearing partitio of the Empire, and the probable occupation of Mulcden and desecration of the Manchu tombs has roused the Court as nothing else -could do. Great excitement is being manifested: throughout Lancas ahire, mill-owners being 'alarmed lest the rise in - the price of American cotton sh...

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A Murderous Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

A Murderous Horse.: A notable story comes, from Mollor,■! ■ near ■ Blackburn. A man noticed-^a horse circling round a lamb, urging ittowards a fence, and' finally , thrusting it' through a hedge into, a flooded dyke beyond, at the exi act spot where . another lamb was drowned. -The horse was diverted i'rom its murderous de sign with great difficulty, -' ,>

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

POSTAL T^O'L'IJS. The public are -afforded' '• tho" opportunity, of .'transmitting' small sums of money through tkfe Postwithin tho State, and to Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Tas mania., by means of Postal Notes. Postal Notes' of'the .following valuej mav be Obtained_ at aiiy Money Order OfEoe in tho State on payment of the poundage specified in "connection: harewith— Vitlue. Poundage. . "Valuo. Pounclago. s. d. d ■ s. d. d. 1 0 i. 4 G 1 1 G . j ... 5 0 2 0 i 7 (j . »■ 2 G l . 10 0 jl 3 0 i 6 « 3 e l 15 0 a ■1. 0 l 20 0 3 Persons'"may remit odd pence up to 53 by .affixing uuoblitorated postage stamps - to the -face ot tliu Postal- Notes, and the vahie ot .tho stamps aitixed tlioroto.^ill be paid on presentation. .. _■ . ■ A .Postal Note may:bo/crossed, and the Postmaster shall refuse to pay it except to ■ a banker, ■. . • ; • Additional poundage, equal to tho orig inal poundago, will bo charged on all, Postal Notes over six months' old, and the samo amount, for every furth...

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LATEST NEWS. TELEGRAMS. Waratah Election. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

LATEST . NEWS,. TELEGRAMS. "YVaratali Election, An election to fill the exfcraoiv .denary vacniu'y.'- for ^yaratah: •"in "tlie"' Legislative ' Assciitbly: caused by the resignation of Mr. Arthur Griffiths, ■ took place on. Saturday, and re sulted in a decided victory for the Labour candidate, Mr. j Charlton. - The / polling was' as follows : Charlton............., ..1085 Gilbert (O) 519'. Majority for ,Charlton, 508. , Pour million ballot papers have been distributed- - by the ^Electoral'Officev in ^connection with the coming election, of which one and a hall! ;.miiliqn have gone to New South Wales. Mr. Jas. Ashton, M.L.A.r who was confined to n.is bed for several days, with .an at tack of pleurisy, is making a satisfactory recovery, though not y et able to leave the house.

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Transvaal. London, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Transvaal. London, Decrl. . Mb, W. Wyburg,' the com missioner r for mines . in ^the Transvaal, has „ resigned - that ppst, and in doing so lias made some sensational . statements. He1 declares that the country is governed more in v the interests of * financiers than for the permanent good of the col ony: Sir Arthur Lawley, >Lieut;-Governor of the colony, has expressed his'astonishment at the charge.

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RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

I RAILWAY PARCELS. RATES. : The following ia tl enseals of charges for tho caraajf-j of parcels W the : (joverumonl; . railways:— > Stamped IVkcels (PnEi'Aro) Kms. , ' TJp''to>-iO i&i 71b., 3J; 71b. to Hlb., Gd; 141b.-to 281b., <Jd,- L'Slb. to 361b., '1/; 661b. ,to •' , 841b., l/(>; Zvcvy additional 141bs. or. ■, part thoreof 3(1. • ■ : :w For 51 to 150 miles—31b. and under Gd j 31b. to 71b„ 9d; 71b:,to 141b., 1/; 141b. . to 281b., 1/6 ; 281b, to 561b., 2/6 ; . 561b. to Silb., -3/G; every additional 141b. or part thereof,' 9d. . -For 151 to 200 wiles—31b. and under,-1/; . 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. to 141b., 1/9 j 14'b^to 281b., 2/9j 281b, to 5Glb., 4/; .' 50lt. to 841b.. 5/3 5 every additional; •: 141b. or part thereof, 1/. Over 300 wiles—31b. and , under, < 1/G: 31b/ to 71b., 21; 21b. to l'4lb., 2/G ; Hlb. to 281b., 4/; 281b. to 5Glb.; 6/; 561b. to 841b., 8/j every addii,iontill41b. prpart; thereof, 3/6. All fractions of 3(1. will-.bo charged as...

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

Auction Sales. Mh. E; C. Bray-reports a- yery satis factory clearance 6ale of tho stock of the Springfield :'Estate, there beiQg a large attendance of buyers. The prices roalisedj.i/ ui'fl, .av record for Argylp.'- • forty-- three .dairy : cows were vsubmiitodpitbev' pi ices ^ranging from £5 to:£ll7s.6d, the average bo ing £7-4s 2dWvYoung cattle, year lings, from.£3,.7s 6d to £G 7a 6d. Poddies from 1'5/ to £li 12s 6d. One springer £lh*2yPigs from 34/6 to.£2,. Horses,;: .One; ".four-year-old • filly broogbt: ;,£27;j ; One, throe-year-old filly bvougrit :£38 ;' one yearling, by Mi.iGeoUP/lutab'a^oung Scotchman, brough ,i\yhioh is a. record for this part of ,'tne'colony. vOne: draught mare brought ■ £35. /Two' fillies by Mr. Plamb'8 'B'nrly -Lad, averaged £32 10s. Other farm, horses sold frou £915s.to £16 15s; '.'':''::Mri':.H.'.,L.":<Alford'..',.wiil'voondnot-.'a' spocial stock sal* in Crookwo'l on •Friday, next.. A big yarding ib adver tisedi and outside buyers will be in ...

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STOCK RATES TO FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

I .y;STOCK KATJ38 TO h'l.liWNGTON. Thc rato per truck (cuttlc or sheep) from OoolovelL-to Vleimujjtou is £4 o/.O.

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Federal Elections, [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Federal Elections, Commonwealth Govornmeut - officials decisive thai, only fclii'se electors who ar« on the Fuel era I R"lls will be til lowed to vote at 'the forth-coming el ections. If electors whoare on |bo State rolls, find no ton the Federal, are-refused at tho Ballot Box.will the elections bo valid ? Legal authorities say. No. - ■ ! The Oppobition has thrown over MivCullam's candidature for Lang in favour of Mr. Johnson. They profess "to object to the' caucus system,- but, nevertheless, a number of self-appoint ed gontlemen sit in conclave, and with the approval of their- journalistic champions quietly limit the selection' of tho people. /The" Daily Telegraph " paints the harness of the candidates Av.; supports in deop black. This is rainous, espec •inlLy.^w houvXhe. scuff last State elections is remembered. The screeches of the morning-papijr.s to secure votes for P.nlsfoid,Neild, and" Gray, the three Opposition mediocri'-' ies, aro amusing. All the other can didates, even th...

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GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

j' iSGITLBUBN TO, CKOOK \V,K LL .LIN*/. _ ( • . ... A ti'ftm leaves Goulburn 'daily; .Sundays'. < , and? Wednesdays excepted/. ,»fcv .-'/■.2&y ■ a.m.;. Koslyu, 8.55 ; amves OrooUwell" 0.50. , A-tmni leaves.-Crookwell daily/ Sundays . and Wednesdays; excepted, at d.10^ > p.nii.; lloslyn, 3.555-'.Amvos- Goulburn 5 30. On Wednesdays'trainsv leave; GouTburn at . 5.J 5 a.m.'and 3; 20 p.m.; Roslyn, (J.'IO : a.m. aud' 4.45 . p,m;; iuxwo at Cvoolt ■nell 7.30 a.m. and 3.10 p in. > ;On Wednesdays- trains leave Grookwoll at-; 8.5 a.in, and 6.20,p.ui., Itohlvn, 8 10 • a.m. and..6.50 jp.iu.; ivvvive. Uoulbuni . 10.10 a,iu. and 8.25 p.m. . .

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Successful Students. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Successful Students. In OctoboLV, last, Miss- Ruby •. Smith "(daughter of r. .John Leslie Smith) and- Miss Amilda Uowartb, t>f Bmda, two.jjnpils of the Uonvent of -Mercy,'. .Ocook\yell,' went flp :for aii examina tiou-Tield in Clrookwell, in connccfciou •with;.,tlio. Sydney College of Music. The resrilfc of the examination is just •to hand, and We are- pleased: to stats ti>a:t both ladies were -very: successful indeed—Smith ! securing 94 marks out. of possible 100, and Miss Hownrth 81; ' Whilst congratulatiu i the pupils on .their sucfiess, we must' not lose sight of the fact.that the bulk of the credit is duo to the teachers, .and the above result; must be - very gratifying to : the good Sisters ' who prepai-ed tbenj, and speaks volumes for the high standard of the tuition re ceived at their hands.1 -More especially, so w ben the act is taken in to consider a'lon that tho Gonveni lias oiHyt bef&H *estat 1 istiecl"tiei'u a: few months. r We heartily.- wish -tb? Sisters...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

I GOULBUEN PKICBS CUEEKNT."; Wheat, Ss per bushel ; JFlcmr, .£12 Os to £12-10s Bran, 7d to 8ck bushel Maize, 3/6bushel Barley (for feeding purposes), 3/9 tod/ - Oats—feed2/9 to 3/, seed.2/9 to 3/ Hay, £2 10/ to .£4 10H»toa . Straw, JJ3 5/ to £,'A 10? ton Chaff, JJ3 to 5j ton (inclusive of bags) • Onions, 6s per cwt. . • Butter-—factory 8d, dairy 7d . . - Lard, 8Jd to Did lb Eggs; lOd dozen ■ • Potatoes, £5 .to £5 10s ton; Brownells ,-(sced)-.£4 10a . Cattle—Bullocks £i 5s-to •bBU'- '.ds ; cows £3 Ss to .£8, heifers £4 to £4 15s; springers £5 03 to £7 15s, steers £3 to £:"> 10s Sheep—Wethers 15s to 19s; ewes 12/G •■■■■.■ to los ' 'Pigs—Fat.: to-,.£3 ; jpQrl-ers -25s to 40s; stores 18s to 25s ; slip's 12s to 18s, stickers 9s to 14s G<) Beef (retail) 4idto()dlb ; Mtitton „ 3id to od. Hides, 3id.to,4d per lb - . T(fcllow,'..£L8 to ii22_per ton Wattle bark; to J34,"hickory to 30s ton Poultry—Fowls _4s to Ga pair ; turkeys— - gobblera:12s* Od tg_18sj liens (j/6 to 93; duciis...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

^HURQH -^SERVICES. Church op , Enoland. •Following are tto services for Sunday aext -.r— ■ v >y. ■■ • Crcokwell, 1,1 a.m. . (Hon. Lay Reader) WoodhouBelee.'ll .a.m. (H.C.) Crookwell 7.80 p.m. CvoofiwelVWednesday. 7-30 p.in. Kov. Bah;, .'Dor.e' Bryant Rector.

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Here, There & Everywher. (CRIBBED, CULLED, AND CONTRIBUTED [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Here, Tliere & E very wlier. ;' (Cri BBED," COLxj-BD, AND CONTRIBUTES! : The presidingiofficers at. the follow I ing pollipg pl^pes^ will ,have to send their, ballot _b^xoj'T'to^ the presiding officeratOrookwoll at the, cIobq of the poll on the;l:6tti;.viz:r.- Junction Aber crombie Rivery-TViena, , Bigga, Peel wood, Markdale,^ Junction Point, Bo-: -"lonci- Biuda,..;.ljnggan,.:^Kialla, Wood-' liousolee, QiabbenrGullen, Wmduellai Narrawa andBevondate. The public will not, tLtereforflv'-know. the ro-<ulr. o£;the elQOtiod-till-late next day—if it is known tlien.-: " ■ , V - The Minister for-Works '.old, a depu tation ot uuenp.oyed on F«iday that. in future ail work would be giveu^out i by the State- Labour Board -and^'the Trades Hall, r. "'7V' .. : ■ Ah HooV, ^Chinaman, who mur ■ dered three Jftpuuose, and a Celestial, at West- Australvi,- has been sentenced to aeath. -/(4%'i' •'*' u* #* *' r-: . Ahirmiug-Wpnrts,bavo,been received os to the i spread ,oi? scarlet fever...

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COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

COMMERCIAL. CROOK.WELL 'eBICES CURRENT. (That is between the .producer ami first pnrchascr.J - - : "Wheat, 3/ per bushel. - , Oats, 2s to 2s Sd bunlis!/ Mai^e, to 3s'!)d bushel. '' * i'ioui-,. <£11 10.s to. jC12 "torr • v;, . Bran, 9d .to lOd per bushel' .■■■■■/. Pollard, 10d: to Is.-per bushel. Oil Cake, 8s per ewe : . ■ ^ Chaff (oaten) .£2 to X2rl0« p?r ton -■ Potatoes—Circular Heads (eating) to J!S. Onions, 6s per owt. (ncn) Eggs, 9d po>' dozen - ; Butter (factory;, 8d, dairy 7d Bacon, ild ; hauin,.9id ; ; Beeswax, lOd lb Horsehair, lOd to Is .J^nrd, (id lb . Sheepskins,. 5d to 6-5d lb 'Hides,'3Jd lb • Poultry—Fowls, 8/ to .8/6 pair; ducks, 3/ to 3/3 pair; geese, 5/-to 6/ ; Turkeys—hens, 03 to 7s, gobblers 83'to-13s(pair

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Why Should I, a Woman Vote? [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Why Should I, a Woman Vote ? Because my right to do so is logically involved in the con stitutional right of a woman to occupy theBritish throne. Because the / acknowledge, nipnt of-my righfto do'so has been secured forme by men who believe in my intelligence and goodrsense and fitness to vote, and I ought hot., to-, dis appoint the confidence ; they have shown in me, Because my single -vote -may decide whether the better or the Avorse candidate shall, go to. Parliament. / Because the supporters' of the drink tariff; which ■is the greatest sourseof domestic misery, have most violently re sisted my right to. vote,'and my vote is urgently needed to re sist the baneful power of . this tariff. Because men who want to see better Parliaments, better laws, and: happier homes,, ask my help to secure _ these good endSj and-1 ought not to with-, hold it. ' Because as I have to obey the laws, I have a right to. help, to deoide who /shall make; them. Because some social 'wrongs which women suff...

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A Mystery of the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

A Mystery ot the Bush. A message .from- • Garcoar-v;— Reports received from "Wau goola, on Saturday stales that for some time past a family named Humphries have..been annoyed at hearing "mysterious noises and bewildered by' the opening of. -doors. It i& said-, that wharra- ddor 'is closed it will fly open in their face. Mrs. Humphries, in order to test. tl>e occurence, on one occasion closed the door- twice succes sively, and- each time, it flew open. :Since then" the -: door-, has .been removed and the opening slabbed up'. It is now asserted that my sterious cries > are heard an d t he figure of a w-^maia- is. to beseen passmg.-.between the residence of Mr.Layburn arid the ■ Hum phries' home stead. "When ap proached the apparition^; will vanish into the water of "W-an goola Greek••.•The residents ofi Wangoola are taking,.. steps to solve the mystery. -

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

'Higgle - LiW Directory: • •. v:-; VvV Solicitors— C: T.' Clifton, Goulburn-atreot, Crookwell. - ■John • Gonneilan,-:. GouibmufStreefc^Crook-., WOll,*~""* " Banks— Bank of' N:S."V\r.-, Goulburn-street, Crook . ■■". .. well;, ' U.S.- and- v A.C. Bank; •Goulburn-atreet,-; Cl'ootweU. . .' Chemist and Dentist— Mr.H. Blackadder, Goulbum-street, Crook '■ well. ' • : ■ Dentist— Mr. 0. H. Golby-.Goulburn-street; Groolc .well. . ' . ■ ■ . ■■ Printers. . W. J.Simtli & Co.,- publishers of Argy'.e. - Jjileral. ■. Office: Goulburn-street, .Crookwell, directly opposite . tlib . : Post Office, ■ • Newsagent— E. -V. Coleman, Goulbwrn-streeb, Crookwell. Storekeeper, Newsagent, &c. ' A. Kershaw, Goulburn-street, Crookwell. Milliner— Btiss A. Harvey; Goulbtirn street, Grook ■■: well. ■ - Dressmaker. >:■• .•■•./.■..■ MiBs Bprrell.'Old' School: of Arts, Goulbum-. street. * _ Sworn Valuator. . A. J- Glennan, Goulbum-street, Grookwell • Auctioneers— ■ Geo. McDonald and Son, Goulburn-Btr...

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

" OUR POLICY THE"AB6YLIS-IjI^ERAIiHaaiot' o'meC snbsi'd'med, controlled; or.,, run. at the ■dictation or .snflvanco : of any clique; or « party,', but- as ri -itoe. and : irdependent journal in-the interests of producers;. Its columns arc open for the free discuss- • nioh* of all public' matters, -whilevaU i fire.. . invited to'contribute "items : of ••interest ''touching'' pastoral, Agricultural; mining, and social-matters.' 'Phis-journal will"bo .'outspoken; consistent;:, impartial,, and rrepresuntntivo; aud on. this .policy- we will rely <t0r.'.itsj4success ■ and - advance- • m<mt. / r TO BUSINESS MEN IEVyouare'in misiness, you must adver-. tiso.v . Competition : is too • keen now-a days for any buainoas to jog-alou^ m the old-fashioned ia turner. • • Uusinoss ..men.; must proclaim to the public: all about: , their 'wares, and those whoido this; most" persistently . are1 invariably ';tfcoae who. succeed. 1 Put.an advertisementi in tha ' -AKOYLB : Libebai., a...

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Postal and Railway Information. MAILS CLOSE AT CROOKWELL— [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Postal aiul Railway InfornuitiOHi Mails Close at Gbookwell—• • Foi' Goulburn, via Laggan-and Woodhouso-; ■ rice, at 4 p.m. on-Monday,, Wednesday, . ■ nndj?riuay;,;und'by direct "route at . ;4.45on Tuesday,: Thursday,, and" Sat-; urday. For Binda,: Tuesday, Thursday, ■ and' Sat : urday, at-10.45. , • v ?■ . For Pejar-and ICialla, Tuesday, Tliursday, and'Saturday, at ll.45 a.111. . For Glengarry, Saturday, at 10.30 » For Wheoo; Tuesday > and Saturday, :1.4>u ■ ■ ■ p.IU.1 ■■■ . : AltlUVE AT CltOOKWELL— .From Goulburn, via Laggan and Wood ' housslee, Tuesday, Thursday, and Safc : -urday, ac. 9.45 .■ a.m. and ' by direct route on Monday, Wednesday; and; Friday, at 9 a.m. ■. From Binda, ^Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 3p.mr . From IPejar and jtialla'riiesday, Thursday,: and Saturday, at 11 a.ui, ■1 ■ Froni Glengarry, Friday, at 8.30. ■■ . From Wheeo, Tuesday and Saturday. .1 p.l». ; ... /.■ ' \

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