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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
GOrLBUHX. [From the l'ESNV Post.] Mb. Chari.es Parker, of Crookwell, died on Saturday morning last. Mr. Par ker was 61 years' of age, and the cause of death was paralysis of the brain. Tire temperature in Goulbum on Mon day, the JDth, was unusually high, 89 degrees being registered at 'the post office. This record was higher than on any day this month and 10 degrees higher than it v» nil thp nrpvtniiS'Mnnriav: Among the successful candidates for the recent Commonwealth Public Service ex amination was A. J. Hamev, a student of St. Patrick's College, Goulbum. He secured second place in all New South Wales. At Goulhurn Police Court on Friday, Albert Wlitatlcy pleaded guilty to steal ing from Kenmbre three books, valued at 9/, the property of the Mastcr-in-I.unacy. He was sentenced to one month's inipri soumt'iil.
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
BOROUGH COUNCIL. Ox Friday evening a special iVteeting of the above Council was held, when there were pre sent: Ald.Hungerford (Ma3'or), Hincksman, Woodger, Pike, Blackall, McPherson, Downey, and Knox. Aid. Atkinson was also pre sent, but didn't take his seat at the table. Aid. Hincksman presented the finance report, which showed ; General account, credit balance, ^87 3s 3d; lighting account, ^'72 5s 4d; RecreationReserve account, ^'6 8s 2d. The report was adopted. Accounts totalling ^'5 1/7/5 were passed for passed for pay ment. — General account, ^'43 1 9/ 1 ; lighting, £ 7/S/4. Aid. McPherson said that certain works had been done, without the works committee being consulted. The Mayor explained that in order to get the subsid3^ it was necessary to spend a certain amount of money, within a given time. Aid. Downey asked if the works carrie'd out were neces sary. The Maj'or replied in the affirmative, and said lie was sure that the works officers did not desire to put any slight on ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
REFRESHMENTS! THIRST-CLASS DINNERS AT tnrt. $. Brook's Rclmh««Bt Room; From 12.30 daily. EARLY DINNERS SHOW DAYS. Meals at all hours. A TRIAX. BOfclCITXSI MEALS. DIKNER-willbe Tcaly at KKU'isSina IIoardinc House from 11 a.m. on both Show Days.' ALL MEALS, 1/ First-class Accommodation for Visitors Good Stabling for Horses. Mrs. J..Munoav, Proprietress. FAT J3HEEP. Thos. P. Maxwell HAS received instructions to sell by public suction, Thursday Next, 30th March. AT HUNGBKFORD'S YARDS, 1 A A PRI«PEFAT SHEEP JA/\J wethers and ewes. THOa. P. MAXffMJ., Ancttonwr. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. 35 STUD RAMS, 2-tooth r Uriarn-Brtd. Thos. P. Maxwell VyiLL SELL BV PUBLIC AUCTION THURSDAY, 6th APRIL, Ibird Dar or Show, AS ABOVE. THOS. P. MUXWEU, Auctioneer. Your Clothing Requirements! Whether it be a pair ' of Workaday Pants or an Evening Dress Suit, will be best supplied at PERCIVAL'S. We have the Biggest Selection in Season able Woollens up country, and for ? High-Grade Hand-hade Garmksts ouk Pricks are ...
Queanbeyan Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
Gueanbeyan Auction Salaa. . Mr. Jas. 1'ikk reports having sold, on Thursday last, on account of Mr. E. Pren nan, 202'2-tooth (and a fow 4 and 6-toolli) sliecp at bjl)i. Next Thursday Mr. Pike will offer ioo merino ewes. MR. W. E. Oldi.-iei.u reports having sold a number of heifers at 2'2/jo/. Messrs. A. W. Mobiarty & Co., on Thursday last, sold, on account of Mrs. Whitehead, 50 lit wethers at «/5, t cow /3/2'. Also, house, land, etc., /430. On Saturdav next, the firm will sell 250 head of cattle. Messrs. Maxwell & Woodcur sold, on Thursday last, 100 old ewes at 5,', 12 wethers at io'6, 7 2-tooth do. at 6 9. so wether lambs at 6/8, 1 nia^e £i,f-!(,. Next Thursday tlie same firm will sell 100 prime fat sheep. On the Uiird day of Show they will sell 35 stud ranis. Nevt Thursday Mr. Harris will sell 200 ewes and lambs.
'LITTLE' JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
? LITTLE' JAPAN. rowibly it is twiuw Japnu is tho pet of the public tliat she is frequently spnkvn .if as ?little Jupa'i.' Among the- nntk.ni of .the uarth Japan is H7.H.M sqilim miles. lhrL'er bv 17.000 square niiki than Iho United ItiB^rdmn. Furthermore there Aro 41 000,0'JO pc-.;.le wlio are subj-ts of mikado, ajraiusl. 3r,,0-}U, in the United Kingdom, tak ing lau^jt census re.sulta in b*jlh cose*. Jupnn'R population is larger than Italr'n tiy fully 10,OOU,0'0, while her urea is 37,ni)O,cni) miles greater. So one sritak* of Jtily as ' littlo Italy,' althotifrli sbo is not bo populous as Jnpau. Jnnau bus nojirly nlmnat teu tinies the area and twenty times the popula tion of Denmark. Jupan is not a littlo country save as ciin]p.*ircl with such unweildy mas^v as tlic ChiucHC Eropire, or fiuch a giant as tbe Vnilcd States. That elm i- big enough to hold her own uhe has evinced in taguniht.
MAN ALWAYS WAS A CARVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
MAN ALWAYS WAS A CARVER. History does not treat of a timo when tarving was not, apparently, woll known. Tradition dues not appear to approach much nearer to its genesis. Carvings were well executed during the period of man's early eoouDAtian of the c&ves of Eumne. and most porsona who have fAmillarised themselYes with archaeological rneirch. know the figures of fish or seal engraved on the canine teeth of large carnivore, and the bear, reindeer, mnskox, horse, mammoth and other Huimuls carved ou roindoer-bom implements or un plates of ivory, the figures of animals hciuf at the time cut fully in the round and found in the lowest strata of the oaves, under many feet of cave earth and stalsgma, and associated with tho benw of a quaternary and, at times, an wctio fauna. The similar ity of much of this cave work with much of tho Eskimo production of tho present day hat, given rise to innumerable theories con cerning a common origin for both peoples. V
SNAKE SKINS FOR NECKTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
6NAEE SKINS FOR NE0KTIES. Just several shades removed from Iho chameleon fad is tho idea of wearing snake sk'r.i for neckties. It promises to becomo quite the proper eaprr to be ficeD in an ird macuiate moining s'lit 'cf the latest London cut , with the tanned cuticle of a 3-foot rep tile neatly tied around the snowy choker col lar, nr wW.ever oiher Btjlo of linen neckwear happens to_tc l!ie rogo.
VAST ARMAMENTS OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
VAST ARMAMENTS OF EUROPE. Thirteen mill™ bayom-l' r^p 'P ll10 cz''lr'' llirone. Tbat is tho Mi Miengtl^ of Iho next, but after a long intorv.il. vi^h .1 700, 000 soldiers; Italy Las 3,l;-j,oin au^iliarie'. Austri:i'fl fine armv. wh::-!i iu iiti.iiilr is reckoned scarcely sewn* tu liniMT Viihdai'i-, England At Iiot.ic aud in lier e-ilMnics ran lr-ofciiraf-ireeof Uii'i.iWi. The I'.ttlu inar ?l.S'3.l!'ni soldiers to linr lir.nnu's in nn ciucr pT.r'j*. :md even poverty-stricken Spain l-ea«iVof lOJ.ont). Austric, of al! the powers, has iho most bur.lrntouio militnTy ehtablinh miut. Her annual ex penrlit urc» on her army ara i.'.'il,0U0,0u0, while ltussis's nilli an army seven times a*, larfro, oro only £;J7,000, 000,' and Germany £22,uoii,uil!-. In prupor tiou tu size Enirlaud's. anuy is, perhaps, tlio roost .oslly. Her (J02,'00 men requiie £1S. VOU.Oil'i niiuually for tbeir support, or only Xi.OUO.OUO'k'SK than the amount whieli pn» vides Fi'ince wfih nr. enonuous host of luoro than fou...
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
GOULBURTST. fFrom the-PKNNY PosrJ The Town Hall was crowded to its utmost on Friday evening:, when Father O'SuUivan, who is about to leave Goulburn for a twelve months holiday, was presented bv the resi dents with an illuminated address and1 a purse of 1 12 sovereigns. On Thursday evening Father O'SuUi van was the recipient of a purse of sovereigns from the people of Bun gonia. In all Father O'SulKvan has received over ,£150, as well as a number of other tributes. Father O 'Sullivan left Sydney on Monday last, bv the R.M.S. Ventura. ,
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
VARIETIES Bo»iuit'B late pamphlet, 'Man of tlio Niucteenth Century,' says that only 011c man out of each 203 attains a height uf over six fcot. Tie United States has 800 lights upon its coast. Thirty of thorn aro displayed from hghtshipB, the others shiuc from light houses. The oldest lighthouse in tho world is at Corunna, Spain. It was originally built during the reign of tho Eoipcrior Tin Au alloy that adheroa so firmly to glars thht it may be used to solder pieces together is uia'do by a French chemint. To be perfectly proportioned a mau should weigh twenty -eight pouuds for every fuot of Liu bight. Canada has no gold coins. China uses American (buttles. Women sern on the police in Berlin. Gas'piaes ue made of Manilla paper. In Cores, umbrellas are of oiled paper, have do bandies and are simply worn over tbe hat. . The two planets best placed for observa tion during the present year an Mars and Jupiter. Bubbar was little used, except for erasing, until 1PM| three hundred years af...
SUTTON. Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
SUTTON. iFrom our Correfipondent.) Biinfall. At last we have had a nice fall of rain here. It commenced on Tues day morning, and continued all day. The rain guage at the local post office registered 75 points. All the farmers are jubilant, and the plough* will get to work now. One farmer here has over 40 acres in already ; he seems to believe in early sowing. About the head of the Yass River there was also a heavy thunder storm, for the river came down a banker — the highest it- has been for years. Everything has a nice green appearance now.
CREAMED FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
CBEAJIED FISH. One pint of cold cooked fish, one table spoonful of butter, -two table-poonfuUi of Hour, ono piut of milk, silt and peppar. Crcaui tho butter and H--ur together; etir iu the milk ; add the salt and pepper : pour over thertreiua saucepan, and stir uutil it bnln. Have the fish free from flu: bonos aud skin, and neatly BlircJiicd iulo .-1 shallow biking dish ; pour off the sau^o. Sprinkle the top with fine sifted breadcrumb*, :ind place in the oven till uf n UkU brown. And rub can be cooked in this Kay : but a whilcfish, cod, or halibut will look beet.
A Fishing Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
A riBhinff Party. I saw a fishing party on the river to-day — from the road camp, I pre sume. At the time of my passing, result — nil ; fish not having any. However, should the fishermen suc ceed in catching anything phenom enal, I am certain to hear, and shall at once forward you result by wfte less telegraphy. So kindly arrange to have the lines clear. 27/3/05
FONDU. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
FONDU. This is a foreign dish made as follows : — Quarter pound sRim cheese, grate-1, ball cup ut' milk, three oggs, quarter teaspoouful of mustard, half saltsnoonful of wliitn pepper, a butter, nud two lable.-poon'fulsof bBfcd rlmr. A grnlitur of nutmeg, and bicnrlr.salc of rw'asli to rover the cud of a puukuife. Ad ! l/j live milk, ihcn tho oilier in^reJieulK, putting tlio fgg» iu last. Stir till the mixture ib smooth, and bake in patty pans or paper cases. Eat uumediattly, very hut.
Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
[?] Mr. T. Franklin, of Brindabella, is erecting a fine new buildiug, which, when -completed, will make a wonderful improvement in the ap pearance of the old Brindabella homestead. Mr. G. Mclnnes is the contractor, and I amTliformed that this is the tenth building he has erected on this side of the Murrum bidgee. Mr. Herb. Williams, also of jour town, is entrusted with the carpentering, which in itself is a sufficient guarantee that the work will be completed in a faithful and workmanlike manner.
BRINDABELLA. Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
BHIXDABELLA. [From our Corkkspondknt.] Bilk Fires. I can now report that the bush fires in this neighborhood have all burnt out, and, as there has been no Ioes of property, I am pleased to state they will do an immense amount of good, particularly in this locality, as the effect will tend to sweeten all the country, over which the fires have passed, and make nice, soft feed in the spring.
Political & Economic. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
T*oiiticaT^^ Senator Walker — that most dismal personality press boomed into political life under false pretences — told a meeting of Sydney employers the other night that ' he hoped that Mr Reid would have the courage to fight the labor part}' at once, and if necessary have a double dissolution.' Well, after that dissolution will come the de luge, and after the deluge there won't be any Senator Walker. For that and many other rea sons The Leader joins with Mr. Walker in praying that Mr. Reid might screw his courage up to fighting pitch. But Mr. Reid's dry dog doesu't fight any more now. * * * Bent of Victoria is forming a new party to be called the National Democratic Party ; and all Australia is still laugh ing and holding its sides. « * * Commenting on Mr. R. H. Levien's clumsy political somersault, the Newsletter (a Reform paper) declares : There was a time in the politics of this country when a conversion like this would have meant death to a government. * * * While Mr. McMilla...