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Not his Church. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
Not his Cluirflt. Senator Hoar used to be shaved by a colored, barbei; of the name oL: Djckson^iienever •-toe .went. tor. Boston-, •; says the ' New ,■■■■York Press.' rj One morning he opened a conver sation ~by saying..: i-:I believe you area member al! the Al'ri. can ohtirch iii —street ?' ' N&lt;\ sail, not at all, sail,' .was the re ply made with much- dignity.: I thought you were when I:\vas here last.'";, ' But not -dis yeah, sah:' ' Ah, have you re-* ■sighed ?' VrWellj .sah,.it wah dis way. I. prieddat ./church on good faith and de fust year I gave 10 dollars to'ds the stated gospel, en rill de church.people calls me Br udder Dickson. De secon 1 yeah ma business fell off, cri I give 5 dollars en all de chtirch people dey call me Mister Dickson. Do dis razzer hurt yo. sah P' 'Not al. &11-; ifc. is yeiy \&lt;?asy7 #t Thank yo, sah ; well, de third yeah, I i'eel so pohly that I ,'den' give 'nothiu' 't all for preeliin', en . al 'de church people dey pass ...
Why I'll Vote for Protection. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
| TVliy I'll Tote for Protection. (by " The Same-" Everyone should 'bosufficiently, in- I terested in the welfare of InV country, or adopted conntry, to make ^himself. acquainted with the political questions of tlie time: I quite recently rnti against, a " red hot" protectionist, ittrd that gentleman lias converted rue to his side of the fence. I may say- 1 didn't admit it. to hini. 'He defined ■.pretention'' as the policy of protecting the producers in a country from foreign competition in the home mar-' keti, and this by the imposition of such discriminating ditties' on.: goods' of : foreign production as will- restrict or prohibit their impovtiition. He added'' tlmt such duties can be logicallyTevied only on such commodities as can be reasonably produced in a country. He went on to argue tints—The unthink ing- invariably ussert thata community must benefit by the introduction of commodities from outside since this leads to cheapness. Such people" for get,that cheapness is a relat...
The Werriwa Ministerial Selection. GROGAN VERSUS BARRETT THE ACCUSATION AND REPLY. (To the Editor Argyle Liberal.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
The WeiTiwa Ministerial / Selection. XJROGAN VERSUS BAH RETT ,THE A(3CUSAT10N AND RJiPLY. i ('lo the Editor Arqjile JLileral.) •StR.•—Presumably fin>1mg' Hint their case 10 bueoimny deapemte. J notice time TUr. B. J./, 0 rogrtii a committee have noir re sorted to the,, expudient of publishing n. .statement of alleged :;fuots lefulin$j up to ^IrrCrvogaiilsittloction to oont»iit; Vfemw 'tod support (?V thestatement- by a statut ory declaration by t'W,secretary,' J\Ir.• Jas.' Locke, as to its haying been signed by 12 of those present lit tlxe ao-ciillocl selection, meeting, new ineni tiers of Mr. Grognn's committee. \0t course'the intent i= to con vict nie of bruauli of faith: and to endeavour todiseredifc me in the eyes-of tho-pioetovsrr-. "tt truly, worthy endeavour. Thm the at tempt will prove tutile and: recoil on tlie originators.I-have -no-doubt, for uiy whole "lite 13 uu.open book in t ho Qouiburn district —a book in which there is not a line re corded unworthy of aninn of -h...
Russia and Japan. LONDON, Dec. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
Itiussift ami' Jnp.m London, Dee. ' 7. - Fnii'i'moR serions complications are threatened bet ween Russia and Japan ovcy the seizure ot a steamer.. . Y"ko hama telegrams repoi t that the Japan ese authorities'liave seized tho Ilusman steamer Progress^ which sanlc the Japanese ste imer Tokio Mam, in a Lcollis.sioii bn the lii^h seas. Russia | disclaims all liabilities for damages, I-and threa'er.s to seize a Japanese msiil steamer unless the'''Progress be re leased. .• ' '
The Transvaal. LONDON, Dec. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
The Transvaal. TjONoox.. Doc. 7. Aiikputation fi'ora White League .wa-itMl .oiiy-Sn'f AVljiur Luwloy Lieut. Ciovernor of tlieTraiisvaal, and urged him to refer the quos'ion of the pro posed importation of Asiatic labour to a referendum. Sir -Arthur Lawley ra plied that his experience while in Aus-' ttalia of the. working of the referen dum was riot,, encouraging. " Tlio Inboar qacstiou was, lie added, too ,coni - plex- to render- a' simple .intelligible issue practicable.
LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
[by Sydney, Thursday: At the police- court to-day., Josephine Hunter', who was ; charged with the wilfulnuir der of her infant child," was committed for trial to the Cen tral Criminal Court. i -While a number of men were ; working in ^he;/Stokehold 'of the steamer;' Innamincka;: this morning the steam pipe con nected with; the donkey engine burst with terrffic force. .A stoker named' William Cliff, was scalded to death, while two others were badly injured The body- af- 1 an unknown man was found floating in Shea's Creek this morning. Mr. Gv 11. Reid's hinted re tirement from politics at .the termination ,of the Federal Parliament is not taken seri. ously. London Wednesday. A number of Bulgarian ban dils attacked the Turkish forte., at Dervishtope, but were re pulsed with hea.vv loss; Sir Michael Hicks-Beech, &lt;• formerly Chancellor of the Ex chequer, ad vocates a • large re duction oE public-houses, with compensation, from the trade. A Chinese magistrate at Shanghai senten...
GOULBURN NOTES. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
GOULBUEiV. .NOTES. (From'i»ur Correspondent.) Stock Sales.—There - was -rattier a. Hwirt.ll attendance at.iho yards .to-day, i and the miipket, waB\&lightiy. easier. Only a few fn.t cattle were offered, and quality of most wfwuofr too'good > and owing to butchers having suppHwi on hand the priaes on tho whol&lt;> were loww. Bullocks brought from .dS6123 6d to.£7 ; cows "from £5 15s to £6 I 15a, the lutter ^ood. v In store ■ cattle, oue yard of 'bullocks .(mixed ages) realised'to' £5 2s ; cows,' £3'- 15s to £4 ; springers, i&lt;o £5 15s:; milch cows to £6 12s Gel; poddies to £2 2s. Fat sheep a small penningr mostly good .quality. Wethera in the wool brnngh to £1; shorn wotliora from 13/6 to' 15s.' ' In store sheep about 1000 yarded—mostly cwea iu the wool with; lambs at foot. : Some old owna.tn the wool, lambs given in, brought from 15s 3d to 16s (about 50 per cent' • lambs). Younger and better' class sheep (ewes) 17/3 to £ 1, lambs gi yon' in; shorn. we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
TENDERS REQUIRED for PICKING UP300 Aures,- Whoiio Jload; Close 3lHtl)ec. Apply fov further particulars to: J. TOZER, ■ V • • u v Crooltuell.. Impounded at Cro®kwell, ON.Ceccmber: 8tb; from. Cotta Walla, ,by - Mr. John Bvodonck, for trespass in crop, - Brown ■ Howe, branded like G near ' . shoulder, iiged' about G years, 1-ii hands. Sum due to date, 10/3, • : > If not released •will bo boIc 31at Decem ber. - ;v. .■ WALTEK SBIEES, Poundkeeper.
Tariff Battle, KONDON, Dec. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
Tariff Battle, Kondon, Dec. 8. The Earl of Selborne, fcho . v iirat' Lend oi' the Admiralty, in the course of :i speech at Edin-' , burgli on Tuesday,,night, sai&lt;& that Unionists'must watch the.r :; agitation of Home Rule for Ireland. IE the Unionist or ganisations showed: signs of ' decay Home Rule would re- . vive. - It was .possible to change tariffs, but wea'e a "Parliament • established at Dublin it could only, be changed by civil war Referring to the preferential trade proposals, Lord- Spencer said the recent speech of the Duke of Devonshire was un equivocally hostile to any preference being granted to the colonies. Coiitinuirighesaid that if the Empire was not liere afterunited each part would be outweighed by other nations. : He would not say that prefer ence was tie only road to the unily of the Empire, but it was a road, and he was unable even on the authority of the Duke of Devonshire to rule it out* If t.liey took care of the Em pire, then employment:,...
EILY DARLING. CHAPTER IX. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
ElLY DARLING. GHAPTER IX. (Qoutinued.) • | ■ ' Well,-then, for what ?? Miss jtfclti. •tyro^emnnds. " VI don't bdiere ahe ■ knows heraelT,'. : JDahlitt brealCB - in, - l-nalpsa-.it - is for: - Ctrfttifcade, 'iudeed J Oh, ..iMiss Phcobe, tell her-what1 a. foolish thing she is'going to do ! - .Tell her that she will &lt;ruin. her own life and - -aemeouo else's.too. Tell her all that JLcan sever tell lier myself; I am so ftlolisb, so ignorant!' .And then these two good woman i ■ fttirhpon Eileenand bewilder her with i , ■ entreatieB not to do what her'.'whole ; iyal revolts at .'doing, till at last the - gjribrsaks froia them sobbing. . ' Oh, isn't it hard, enough,'she'cries; ■ withojat jour making it. w.oxsa .for • roef • Oh, let me go; let me go, for •pity's-sake!' ' -So she flics from, them desperately, .«nd aeeks the refugo of h&lt;-i' own room. 'Ouce safely bolted in there, ehe walks up and down like a creature fieraented ■wringing her hands and panting. • _ " 11 sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 11 December 1903
AUCTIONEERS' ADVERTISEMENTS. ~ SPECIE STOCK S8LE, - . aAT CROOKVVELL, ' >Friday, lltli December, -at 12 o'clock. H.L.J^FOBD JHas .received -instructions from various • vownorsiniidibreederB to selLby auction A'BOVE DATE, •£000-Young'Wethers (shorn), allone mark ~ a very nice lot. 600 4arid6tooth Withers, (shorn) ■ 100 4"arid C-tooth "Wethers (wool) ■; liOO Ewes nud Lambs ' .. Also, ' jlOOVery G'hoice-8 and 4-year old Bnlbcks " 70 Splendid-Cows, from 3 and four .years ui wards. • > .00 Mixed^Cftttle, including fats. ■ ' Those having Stock :for sale tviII please radvise the Auctioned- as «arly as possible. Outside buyers will be in attendance.: CROOKWBI/I/ Amateur Bicycle Club. CYCLING CARNIVAL, NEW YEAR'S DAY (Jan. 1). ,Tlie'following progi ammo will bo, run off . ,ON CRO.OKWE LL,SEO WGRQUND On New Year's Day. . iw-jve number of Entries assured, and -an , • -excellent day's-sport certain. ■ - Entrance to Ground—Adults 1/, Children Cd. PROGRAMME: ' (1.) NOVICE HANDICAP, (open to...
The Sultan's S[?] LONDON, Dec, 11. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903
Tlie Sultan's Simb London, Doo: l i. Further (Te'nils linvo been received of the lit!nek on; Fort, Imrbo, on the east coast. of the Italian Sbmaliland protectorate, by II.M S. Mohawk-;' Oomiusindant Gaunt, it appears, met the Sultan of Du&lt; bo and demanded the .sarrender of those 'responsible, for - the ■death of Commander Graban, who was killed on 'boapd a dhow by s shell from the fort..'' Who are'ybn ?" imperiously demanded the" Saltan of Commander Gaunt.I am the captain of.a British man-of-war, and we are the allies of Italy," he replied. "I do not know yon," retorted the Sultan, and the conference ended. Commander Gaunt tlien landed 80 mjtt'ine3 and blue jackets, and dispersed, the Somalia, after which he returned :-to the Mohawk; "
EILY DARLING. CHAPTER X (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903
EILY 1>ARLING, CHAPTER'X.- (Conf.iimnd). . '-Yon^ro, not,.; an impatient- lover, Morris,'" she obforros . with-a little' Smile, 'but, if yon 'like,'it- shall'.be Wednesday fortnight.; -Will that de lay be sufficient for yon ?' - v, ,■ ' Y?8, i. think-'it; will;'' he ncswors gpivoly. Now everything is settled somethi rig like pence comes to Eileen—scarcely the real thing, but. a faint Imitation of that stands-- her in,good-' Stend, ;in -spite of Dahlia's alternate snlks and SQQldiogS- ; r XSrHr '••ToUnson of course takes, .the. .most depressing view of .things, and Miss Mclntjro : is painfully* syrapa 1 the ic." She could scarcely be more so if Eileen weroiin the last stage of a ■ "desperate.illness.. She insists on her ' keeping up- as much as possible,- and sends or, brings, jellies,^cream, &lt; wine, etc., accompanied by strict^-injunctions •to, Eileen to partake of themall. . Hfcfc- Mr. Johnson profits moat by these dainties—to such an extent, in deed, that h6 becomes ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903
AUCTIONEERS' . ADVE"RTISj£MENTS. AT the MART, ON SATURDAY NEXT, ■ - - . At 2 p.m., _ Will sell by auction, - JL3 firs&lt;-olass Sacking Pigs •• 8 Good Porters .• 20 Pairs Young &lt;3eese 20 Pairs Young F«wls. ' Fnrnitare. and"S."n3ries; G.SIGGS&Co. - (Q-. Siaos, Auctioneer), AUCfflONEERS,- STOCK,: station, " AND commission AGENTS, ~ WOODHOTTSBWSE. &lt;3ALBS, CONDUCTED at 'WOOD " HOTJSELEE .and iu any part of the District. • ; . ' " public school gullen. PUPILS' ANNUAL CONCERT, I will BE REPEATED, by request. "I in»the . I P.ublie Hfill, Gr.abben Gullen, i "■ ON' '•■■■■.; ■■■ ■ ■■ .1 Wednesday, Dec, l-Sth, 1903. 13 C Don't Miss the Nigger Farce, " Smart Boys," l»y the Pupils. Admission—1/, children 6d. , Oaneeis follow the Concert. - Good Floor and Good:;Muaic—piano, violin and Clarionet. .. Doors open nt 7.30, performance at 8 p.m. ' FOLEY'S MAMMOTH CIRCUS AND EQUESCURR1CULUM, WIL£ OPEN IN CROOKWBI/I/ ON mmi DEGEra_i5, (to-md, Australia'aAmusemeatEute...
Foley's Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903
Foley's Circus. ^'As will be seen from our advertising " t , columna we 'wili -be visitedbyjthe v above circns to-night. "From press notices which we have seen we are abetostatethatthe show is of con siderably more than average . merit, embracing as it doos, one particular " turn" which;the advance agent, Mr. •: a Hal Ci'osbio,;tells us hns set the whole "X >cjuniry s>blazo'with excitement whe> ->• i«avor ithas&lt;been presented, viz : ■■■• that of Tho WiJtou Sisters, in an extraordi ^ ^rnary .manifestation :of second sight ... '• isorcery or'thonght transference, such 7 '- as introduced -to. Australia by the world-famous Howard Bros, 'imported by the Wnth Bios.'- circus. The ; ~ :.management v invite :rtHT- audience to :«■> . -subjecb-these vyount; ladies to the most "seyere tests that they can- devi&e. j •-Other.celebnties; are—rMr. West iiv his -'bounding jockey ;act,- Moulton's Bros., : ; -nevialists; -and- Adel-3 Libra, wire and jglobe ar!isse. • ...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903
.Cricket, Tbb first test ma'oh between England • and Anstralia was commenced on the Sydney cricket ground on Friday. . Following, are the Bootes - up to tho drawing of stump3 on Saturday :— - AUSTHALIA—1st Innings. Trumpor, o Foster, b Arnold 1 Duff, c Lille),b Arnold.,. ' ... ... 8 . Hill> cLilley, b Hirst ^... ... 5 Noble, c Lilley, b Arnold - ... 133 Armstrong, b Bosanquet ... . ■ -48 v Hopkins, b Hirst... . ... • ... ■ 39 Howell, o Rolf,. b Arnold .... • 5 Gregory, bBoswquet .... . ^ ' 23 : Laver,lbw, b -Rhodes .V. ; .... • ... 4 •Kelly, eBraund,b Ehodos ; ... - 10 Saunders,-notout ' ... til Norballi .v.. 3 " Total ... 385 ENGLAND—First linings, . v Warner, c Kelly, b Laver, _ ■- .... 0 Haywardj b Howell • ... ' " ... IS Tyldesley, b Noble •,... ... 53 'Arnold, o IiJiver.b Armstrong..... .... 27 Foster, not out... ... ,■■■■.. ... 73 Braund, not out ... . ... : ... 67 , Byes ... : ... ■ 8 ' ■ Four wickets for ... • 249 See latest news.
RAILWAY PARCELS RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903
BATr,WAY PARCELS RATES. '■ The following is tl e scale of-charges tor the earrings of parcels on the : Government lailwaya — «■ Stamped Parcels (Prepaid) -Kates. Up to 40 miles— 31b. and under, 3d; .31b, to. 71b., 3d; 71b. to 1-jUb., 6d; 14lb. to 281b., 9d; SS'.b. to 561b., 1/; 5Glb. to 841b., l/(i; evory additional 141bs. or • part thereof 3d. For 51 to 150 nulos—31b.. and under 6d.; 31b. to 71b„ 3d ; rlbr.to l-llb., 1/; 141b. to 281b., 1/6; 28lb. to 561b., 2/6 ; 561b. . • to 8ilb., 3/6j ovory additional" 141b. or prrt thereof, 9d. - . • For 151 to 200 miles—31b. and under, '!/•» 31b. to 71b., 1/3; 71b. to 141b., l/9j; . ,14'b. to 281b., 2/9; 281b,-to 561b.; d/&lt;j —561c. to 84lb.; -5/3'j every additional ;.y . 141b. or part thereof, 1/. Over 300 miles—31b. and under, 1/6: 3lb. to,71b., 2/; 71b. to 141b.; 2/6 ; :14!b.v to 2&b., 41 ; 281b. to 561b;, 6/j 561b. to 841b., 81; every additional ^41b. or pari; thereof, "l/6> All fractions of'3d will be charged as 3d. '...
CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 15 December 1903
CABLES. The Japanese Diet has been dissolved. The tone : of the Russian Press is pacific concerning • affairs in the East. Sir Thos. Sutherland; K.G. M.G., chairman of the . Penin sular ancl - Oriental Co.. -speak ing at a. meeting of sharehold. ers, said he felt confident that Australian trade would speed ily revive.. . vk; The Dulte of Devonshire, in a letter to the ' Times,' - advises electors sympathising witrvthe Free Food League' not to sup port ' UnionisTs ""wKo'^rpresH-" "sympathy with Chamberlain's . policv. - „ - ^ ."The Government of; Golum-. ' bia has withdrawn the troops ordered to invade the revolting State of Panama. Siguor.Tittoni, Italian Min- • ister for Foreign A (Fairs, has paid an official visit to Sir Francis Bertie, the .British Ambassador at Rome, to ex press Italy's gratitude for the prompt and courageous action of Commander Gaunt in up holding Italian: prestige on the Somali coast. • . - bignor Titfconi assured the : British Ambassador tuafc this action wou...