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The Argyle Liberal and District Recorder was an English language newspaper published two times per week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, in Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia.
The Argyle Liberal first appeared on Tuesday 13 October 1903 and its four-page edition boasted the largest circulation in the district, "throughout the areas of Taralga, Golspie, Irishtown, Laggan, Fullerton, Tuena, Junction Point, Pejar, Bigga, Binda, Wheeo, Narrawa, Gurrundah, Grabben Gullen, Kialla, Woodhouselee and other centres". The paper operated out of a small office next to the Criterion Hotel in Goulburn Street, Crookwell, with the business registered as The Argyle Liberal printing works.See the full Wikipedia entry
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