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

Learn the New° Shorthand v No matter where you live, WE WILL fJLEAOH YOU ShorthaAdl> 21 lessons for 21/ ; postage-, extra. • 1 • Onlystlii;cc lesson sr tc write notes-; ,21 to completion. - Our correspondence system o{ Tuition has given Results Unchallenged, BE UP-TO-DATE! < 222"^ u' j11 i Study the Simplest and Most Practical System*. <. ^ Write ,j?on Particulars. TV. CHARLTON-,IHTBBLE/ 1 1 Gibbs* Chambers, ' t Moore-st,; Sjdn&y,

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Federal Elections, GENERAL NOMINATIONS. The Senate. MINISTERIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Federal Elections, GENERAL NOMINATIONS. Tlio Senate ' Ministerialist. Nathaniel Thomas.Collins. ' Oppositionists. Edward Piilnford ^ • John Cash Neild.v .. John Proctoi Gray. - ItABQUR., Arthui; Hall Qriilifcu.* Socialists. ■ Jiimes Owon-M^ironey Andre nr-Thorason; :i.' v >"■ UxcftissinEi},. : ' .Mary ;Anne Moore- Bentley. Francis Herbert Drake Henry FJ-etcher '/i'.'Nellie Alma Marfcel

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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Methodist Church. . I'he Rov. Dr.,fiane,: Pi-osidonfc of^tho 'United Methodist Conference, • con tacted.services at tbo. local: Methodist Church, on.Sundny at 3 p.m. anc!7.30 .p.niiy'on bohalf of •. the' Home Mission Sucicty. v.On each occasion there1 was' ,a- large .congregation, and ?the liev. gonth-mnn was listened to with rapt attention. Last bight Br. Lane de livered an eloquent lccture in the abovo Church.

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An Extraordinary Church. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

An Extraordinary Church. ,l One of the most exfcroardinary churches in^ the world" stands in, Park-aventte, Philadelphia. If. lias a1 vegetarian • pastor, a vegetarian congregation, and a vegetarian choir. The pastor, Dr. Henry. S. ■ Clubb, is an Englishman, and though he is 1 approaching i'our score years and has been a lifelong vege tarian," is, still hail*and ', hearty. He conceived the idea of start ing a Vegetarian when he- wks in. England. The 7j Rev. . W. Cowherd, 'of Manchester, was the founder of the first vege tarian church (established in 1809) and from him Dr. Clubb received his instructions.

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School Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

V School Eutortaimnouts. An .entertainment will be^ given in ,tbe Skating Rink, Crookwell, on Fri day night next, by the pupils of rthci Urookwell Public School. A largo and attract! ve<-programme of songs, choruses, .floral'mareh'es, etc;, has been; arranged,. and as the childtou haw been practising diligently for some time, there is no doubt they will - give a good' account . of themselves;'.' ■ The price of admission", is 2.s tmd Island :the.proceeds arc to be devoted to: the purchase of new -books for the 'school library,-and to obtain material for, the recreation of t'ae pupils. .: • An entertainment is also announced in our business columns.tovtak'e pluco at Graoben Gulleu-Hall, on • Friday night next; by tho pupils attending tho Gullen Public Sobool. The:pro ceeds aro to be devoted; to the prize fund. , _ ,

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

Here, There ^Everywhere. (Cribbed, :culled,:tanixcontribt7tkr> ■; At. -the Kiandra/f.'iEoHce ■ Oonrfc, on Thursday, bofore :Mi\F H.■ Galbraitli, P.M., Mrs.': Jane.-Hothorington was charged with-huving feloniously mur dered, her husband,. William • Hether-' in^ton^ by*. administering strychnine. The accused wasicommitted for trial at -the Goulburn Assizes on a charge: qf ttmrdoring her. bnsbnnd. ■ .._**■* .-The pi'ivato bills ito bo jntrodoced into the Impcrin.ltiFailiamont .include oiie to dam the.Thames at Gravescnd, connecting with the high dock and; to acquire the wh h rves. ■ 'The scheme in - ■volTOs aa expenditure of £5;000,000.: *** ■ Rev. J. W. Dowie's liabilities amount to £ 1.45,000. He preached in Zion. city sermons asking for £103,000, but only n-eceived lOO.-dollars... *** : , Mr. Yorkes has .dccidcd that'^the whole equipment ior'the electric rail-, j.way in London shall-bo . manufactured in Groat Britain." -V . Count Yon Bu'owi'ead a speech in the Jioichsfag in which...

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House of Representatives. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

House'of Representatives. Ono scat -for-;, each electorate. Mi means Ministerial, O.-Opposition,.. L;;, labour, I., independent;- -'Members, of the late Parliament ara indicated f by afi asterisk :— " 1 ' M' 1 ' Itl.AN'P. ' ^John Christian Watson (L) . . John-Longmuir (O) CA"NO\VLAS. -"Thomas BrovvnTlj)—TJnopposecl ' COWPBR. . • V *Fi7incis Gl-arlco.'^'M) t1 Helny-Wv Loe (0) - - r>Aj,iiHV. Selena S.:l!l. Anderson (I) William Moft'at-Bunis (£) ■• - - ■ : * William'-Henry. Wilks (0) : EAST SYDNEY-. Francis Robert Peel (M) Thomas Henisy. Throw ev (L>. v *George Houston Seid (0) Kin;s MOXARA. ' ■*:Anstin Ghnj-man (M)—nnoppossed ■ . ■' " . i[,r,AWAUKA.-. ', '• >George.W. Fuller (O)—unopposed -I.A-N"G> ' Thomas lirnesb Roseby (M) Thomas Keegau (L) ; William-Edwaid Gullam (0) . William Elliott Johnson (0) •' .\rACQUAi!in;-;> ■■r./ , ''William Sandforcl (M) '■ *Sydney Smith (G) Jf'G \VC A-STLE. * David Watkins (L) ' • Richard M. Bowles (O) . - ' ■ XKW KNCiliANl). . ^William B...

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N.S.W. v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

' N-S.w. y. South.Australia/ . A match-.between' the above clubs wps commenced on the. Sydney cricket ground on Friday last. N.S.YT. batted first and scored 681. runs—Duff 271, Nobje 230,. and S. E. Gregory 57, being the principal scorers.' At the •.'drawing of stumps on Saturday South Austi alia had lost 1 wicket for 11.5,' lrlack and Hill being the noi out men with 31 and 83 runs respectively. ' / The match between the.English Eleven and a District Fifteen at ..New castle,resulted in a drawn, game! At the close of the play, on Saturday- the scores... we' e English Eleven—1st innitigs, r306 (Foster. 10-5) ; 2nd in nings, 8 wickets for 381 (Tyldesloy 127); NowcasQe Fifeten-—•" 1st innings, 203; f "; ? v .;V-'.

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The Argyle Liberal. AND DISTRICT RECORDER Impartial—Not Ne[?]tral. Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man. TUESDAY DECEMBER 8, 1903. Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

iberal, j^ND DISTRICT RECORDER . : JmpAfflal—Not Neutral. ' • Twtk, ever lovely since ifie world began, ,■ 7?hefoe of tyrants and the friend of man. TUESDAY JDECEMBEB 8, 1903.': Presentation. At the Orook well School of'Arts on Saturday night last Mr. S. Wright, B.A., Inspector of Schools for this district, was the recipient of a ycry. handsome presentation, from the residents of Port Mucquarrie and district, where lie had resided for a 'period of nine years prior to his ap pointment to this district. About 20 gentleman were present, and Mr. .Geo. '"McDonald, as president of the Crook well Pr gress Association,, occupied 'the chair. r The/chairman in hie speech, said ho jwas sorry -there wbh not yii -1 arger 'at-, tendance,-, but on . :a '^Saturday i- night; business people could not manage to leave their business:without-great in convenience. '. He ii ot.iced • that ,r the: parcel was addressed to the Mayor of itJrookwell, but as they had no Mayor 'as yet, lie, as president;-: of t...

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Grabben Gullen Tennis Social. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Gra!)ben GxiUen Tennis Social. The above eventuated in the Grab ben CJullen Hall on Friday night, and was a success b jth socially and finan cially. A start was made at '8 p.m., . about,-'.LO couples gracing the floor: to excellent music' supplied by. Messrs. Caspers (piano) find .Mallei*. Bros, (violin). The floor was in good order, ;and- all.-,arrangements'.-, well in hand, which reflected great crudit oh the energetic committee. At midnight the dancers sat down to a bounteous supper supplied by the' ladies, the table being nicely decorated and pre sided over by Misses NV Withers and Ei. Bartley. Messrs. Ruane aud W.. Purcell made efficient. M's.C. Extms were played by7Miss Nanghton (piano) ;and/ Messrs.' fcVBoys and "I1. MeAleer ;("Vipliti). Following is. a- description of the dresses:— Mrs^W. Lougli nan, black. Mrs. Withers, black; . Mrs. ITowitt, black. Mrs Lee, white and pale green. • . Mrs. Bartley, black.: Mrs. Hu;ley, blue. Mrs. Price black. Mrs. DayiS;■■cream. .. . " Miss ...

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P[?]ESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

phesbyterian chorcfi. " CropKwell, .11 a.m. :.V .. . Lnggttn, 3 p.ui, ' . CropkweII,-.;:7.30 p.in. " - - Prenclior—Rav.'G. Crane, 33.A.

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Methodist Crubch. . 'Crook^-elli 3 p.ui.—Sir. T. H, Gibson. (CrookweU, 7.80 p.m.—HaV. J. Walk' : r Gullen, 11; a.m.— Hr. T. H. Gibson, .^arnlga.'ll a.m.—.Roy.. J, jy#lxtr

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

Tenuis. " A tennis match to->k place at Grab ben Gullen on Saturday, last between a combined tfnm and Gi'ahben Gnllen, and after a very enjoyable game re sulted in d- win for the latter by 1 set 10 games. - Following are tho scores :— . :.■. :■ . ... • • OliXT's DOUBLES. .■■■■■ Gillespie and Hurley v. Cruick - bank and Kingsmill. 5—6. : : ; v -Gillespie and. Hurley y.. Kingsmill and Munro, i—6. ■Tally and Burfley v. Cruickabunk-: and Middlebrook, 6—2. Tally and Ti-nynoi' v.. Munro .and. Hamilton, 4—6. .'■•■■■- '■>■ LADIKS' DOUBLB.; . ' • ■. - Miss Withers and Miss Barfcley v; Misses Cameron, 6—1. . MIXED DOUBLES Mis»; Bartley-and Gillespie v.. Miss Cameron and .'Kingsmill, 6—4. • -Miss L. Burtley.and Hnrley v.-Miss Oaraeroii and Manroj 6 MisB Withers''^and Tully v. Miss Ctinninghatu and Hamil'on, 6—2. Miss Bartley and Traynor v. Miss Davy and Cunningham, 6—3. : GrabbenGnlleu, 5- sets 45 games-; Combined team, 4 sets, 35 games.

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SPORTING. Cricket. CROOKWELL v. GRABBEN GULLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

SPOBTING. Cricket. ,,/Cbookweli y. Grabber Gcuxn. •?.] I "The Crookwell criclf&ters journejiidJ i o Gj'abbeii' Gulleu oil -Friday lp.Rfc, ;to t.ry conclusions wtb' tKab team. ' The' {.'ame resulted;. ilia draw. - G' abben Gulloiibntted liist, -and scored . 149( of which total H. Gol lis contributed 43, A. Tracey 36, and J. Millano 20 ■ (not out).'- Grbokwell ' bad- scored lp5'rtiriH;f6i;.vt.Tio :loss of five \vi6kets: whin . the -• stumps . weve drawn. McDonald 45 (not ont), 9chro<-der 20 and Henville 9 were the principal Contributors. McDonald,(4 .wickets)" ; and Turner and Clifton (B'ertclj) done the bowling for Grookwell; • while M McGoi'inaclc. ('£ wickets) ; and M.:Ken (1) diet-the bowling for Grabben'Gal lon. ' ■'■■.* T:

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A Horrible Death. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

A Horrible Death. Philip Cornish, a cordial manufac turer at Tunganaah (Vic.), met with-a horriblodeatli.r-Howas working at-a saw bench, tjie wood being - loaded into drays immediately on it being sawn into lengths.. . A;horse attached to'a dray backed in too far,- throwing: Oornish' for'ward .ou tov thei revolving savv;,,\Yhjch;cut, him olsao,; tbroagh the iba'cklibfto^Be'veri'hg'his lungs,liver and in testines. v Beath ensaed hat f-an-hour afterwards; the yictim retaining coa-r •■ciousnesa'to'thoend. - He^ -was - aged about 41 years, and leaves a widow and fire yonog children. ■ -A verdict of accidental death wai returned at an inqaesthelelon Friday, on the:body of-thoboyOfDonuell, who ' died in arrickvdip Hospital .> on Thursday from tho result .of a fall be • tweena train and the Belraore roilwaj; platfdrm. - , -

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

TIB. A. E: FITZPATRICK has REMOVEDfroin his residence in Coll ■yer-st.' to his foriner residenco in.OOUL BUEN-STRKET, 'CROOK rfELL, next to the BANK OP NEW SOUTH WALES, ■whei^e lieViU'cpu'tinue tlifi practice of. his ji'ofeaaiou as heretofore. DENTISTRY. MR. CHARLES" H. GOLBY, ' Dental Surgeon, a .Goulburh-Btveefc, Crootwell, opposite E. S and A. Bink. .Pa'infess Extractions & FiljJngs. jVisits Taralga first Monday in each * .month—Next visit, Dec./th. Binda, Thursday, Dec. 10, 9 till 11 a.m. Bigga, Thursday afternoon, 8 p.m., till Friday, Dec. 11 at noon. .Tuenn,.riatm-day, Doc. 12, all day iPeelwood, Sunday, Dec. 13, till noon.; ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ; iy|"R. H. BLACKADUEE DENTIST, ' • C It 0 0 K W E L L, -VISITS TARALGA; third SUNDAY and f MONDAY in EACH MONTH, and : may be consulted at. MOONEY'S ARQYIiE INN. . Date of. Next yisit: -1th DECEMBER .Special Visit. Usual Monthly "Visit—20th and 21st DECEMBER. NITROUS OXIDE GAS ADMINIS TERED.

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EILY DARLING. CHAPTER IX. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

SILY DARLING. CHAPTER IX. ('Continued.'} i?y the Inst post a letter comes,; It ; isv from -Morris,; - ami':Eileen's- face Slashes when alio ■ gets it, bat pales i*gain>:'to a sit-kly lino Avheu she,*sees, it' :»nelosca/ onewi-.h Ibe'dParis. post-' niark.- . ; ij;She*reads Morris's note.-firsfcj hold -in" the :othcrf. lightly clasped in her hand. vx! Dear -Jilily-—Everybody : \voll-'-dovm-! : here, and gin el to 'See.'m«.'>--vLuts;.'to do i •and see, too, of course,' so yon: must i excuse a sliort letter this time. Miss i ■AVymer: sends-. he,r laTiy.' and.<admjre9 your , pictures - very nuich, ns does everybody, icuiid here; and, ,we aie : .judges you know; -. I-enclosa a letter ' that cnm^ this morning j^ib must have bden-poptca in.tin^o for the nest mail. Glad .lie is doing well.:; •Ilameniber me to.Miss Jolmson and'her pa. -ijove to yourself, from Youi'S.ahvaya. Morris.' ■■■■ 3f!y gave a little sigh of relief . at this, and tosses it to:Dahlia'.' ' ■ : ' You .may ...

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

AUCTIONEERS' ADVERTISEMENTS. SPEGI0L STOCK SHLE, AT, OROOKWELX;' _ Friday,"»11th December, - , at l2 o'clock v ' t H/lfALFOBD Has' received instructions from / various owners "and breeders - to pell: by auction ^ ON ABOVE BATE, ■0000 Toung'Wethers' (sbora), all one- mark. a very nice lot. . $00^4 and 6 tootlivWethers''(shorn), ■ • /■lOO 4:ond Grtooth Wethers (wool) •:• 100 En ea and Lambs Alao," •100.Very Choice:3 and 4-y'eaT old Bull.>cks: : ''70-Splendid Cows; from 3 and tour/years ■ ui wards ...-50 Mixed Cattle, includinfrfata. - • Those having Stock -for sale ^vill - pleaao advise the Auctioneer aa early as possible. ■Outside; ■bnyura •will be in - attendance!. FOR SALE, PRIME, FAT 'YOUNG GEESE, for Christmas. •• 'leave orders at THIS OFFICE NOTICE to TRESPASSERS* - A LL persons found TRESPASSING ■-«. 9V ,the REEVESDALB ESTATE, after this date,- will be -prosecuted, as the law directs. • • ■■:■■■■ • T. W REEVES, ^December 3, 1903. • • . Wlieeo. GRAND SCHOOL ESTEBTBIfiPlEHT, I...

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Sydney Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Sydney Commercial. Mr.sHRs. Ki.tiis & Co. report:— Live.-S ock Market.—Pigs — 790 yarded. Porkors.and bacouors. of all descriptions sold dull at a. reduction of.fully 4/ per head all round ; stores soli slowly at only moderate values. Prime porker: 601bs worth 27/. ■; prime baconer 1201bs worth 40/, bnckfat'ers to 1-00/.' -Calves—160 penned, sold extremely dull at -a farther reduction of 4'/-. per head on rccent. prices. Milch cows in modora'e supply aud selling steadily at £4. Iiis "to £ 13'; fat cows realising £f> to-£8.10s. : •.'Produce.—Chaff. in light supply and* good demand, cboiee 5/6 to - 3/9, good -to prino-2/9-to 3/4, straw chaff £2 to £2 10 per ton ; oaten hay, prime old rack suitable for,racehorses, 5/ ; chaff ing kinds and new hay^ 2/- to 2/9 ; straw- salling- slowly £2 10s to £2 Ios; luc'jvne, prime to'choico 2/10 to 2/3.' wheat now prime 3/, fowls''wheat prime whole grain 2/10 to 2/11, the "iTfrTrket hns _ a downward tendency; ; b.rau-'Gd :to 7d^ftqllard &g...

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YALBRAITH NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 8 December 1903

Y^LBR^ITIE NEWS.. (Jtrom oiir Correspondent.) : : Wk have been having very hot wea ther, ■ accompanied by wind, for the past week. Another full of rain would be very \v3lcorae, for the soillias been dried up considerably by tlie -wind. - Crops are in a flourishing oondirion Some of the farmers are commencing harvesting operations.'■■■: All the potato -crops - have been out down,by the re cent frosts,though the wheat;'in most cases, seeir.s to- have escaped run-. ■ harmed. . y . . Shearing in also in full swing. Most of the smaller sheds are cut out -by this. - Richlauds expects to cut out. in about a week's time. .. ■ - Dec 1. - (The ■ above ivns uuuvoiduMy crowded ont.of liiat issue.). s-. "

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