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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
CRICEET. The Gininderra Cricket Club de feated Sutton very easily on Satur day on the local wicket. It was practically 'the same team that accounted for our chaps at Sutton a few weeks back, and the two Buck masters had a new experience for this year. They have been bowling very 6nely in all matches they have taken part in. Sutton made 85, the two Buckmasters showing good form. Clifton secured five wickets, and Heazlett and G. Gribble two each. Gininderra then went in, and when the iast wicket fell the tally had reached 359. Clifton 83, T. Gribble 92, and Heazlett 79 not out, displayed fine form. \V. Gribble 35 and Hollingsworth 21 also played soundly. A good lun cheon was provided by Mrs Hollings worth. The scores were as follow : — SlITTOX. C. Duckmaster, st. T. Gribble, b Clifton 23 W. Wilson, b G. Gribble ? 5 W. Buckmaster, c VV. Gribble, b Heaxlettj2 A. Leary, b G. Giibble ? o A. Coddington, c Buckmaster, b Clif on 2 A. E. Cook, b Clifton ? o JIat. Davis, st. T. Gribble, b Heaz...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
Bpaoifcl Advertinemcnts. NURSE SMYTH, CEBTIFICiTED LADIES' tTUBSE, KAS Comfortable Accommodation for Ladies i -A.T MBS. T^LTJ-JSTJDJ^ir'S, . and is prepared to attend Ladies in their KELVINSIDE Boarding : Establishment. il.itc Hose, Shamrock, and Thislle Hotel! MONARO STRKKT. QUKANIUiVAN, -.»ar [he Bridge. Migrate Charges. Refreshments it «!l Hours. ^k- GooJ Stabijna Accomnoda Ion. '^ 1£3S. J. arasir, Proprietress. tin Oucanbeyati ceader Who is it speaks of defeat? I ttll you a cause like oura Is greater than defeat can know ; Jt is the power of powers ! As surely as the earth rolls rouwi, As surely as the golden sun Brings the' great sea-wave JIust our cause be won. —Francis Adams.
WHERE THE BISHOP ERRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
WHERE THE BISHOP ERRED. When Bishop Barlow, of; Goulburu, told the Agricul-i tural Socitety members at a smoke concert [and let us say parenthetically that .1 bishop at a smoke concert is a new depar ture] that Socialism was threatening this unhappy land, iind that the said Socialism was wot only ' dangerous and theo retical,' but absolutely ' poi sonous,' he committed an act which iu his calmer and less heated moments he will pro bably regret more than any one else. Of course, at all such functions many wild and irre sponsible things are said, and the saying of them is generall y passed over because it is recog nised that when the usual meaningless toasts are being proposed.and the fumes of much yood whisky and many cheap cigars pervade the atmosphere, and all men are out to jollify things, the utterances of even responsible citizens should not be taken too seriously. But a bishop is expected to rise su perior to all such influences, and we know that Bishop Bar low is above reproac...
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
YASS. [From tbe TRlBnN'.] The Yass Picnic Races were held on Friday. Julian won. the Cup with the gray Actor, and the same horse ran a splendid second to Chaos in the Members' race! whilst the same owner won the Bracelet with Eppo. J. Heffernan's horse Morocco won ' the Trial Stakes. Both the grass fed hack Tapes -were 'won by T. Bes nard's nomination, Ty Coon, whilst C. Massy's Lucerne Vale accounted for the selling .race, and Hill's Cyrano the consolation handicap. Mr. J. Browning's furniture store and upholstery establishment were burnt down on Friday afternoon at about 30'clock. Although the town possesses no water supply, sufficient was obtained from Adjoining tanks to prevent the spread of the flames. Mr. Atkin'i dental rooms, next door, were damaged, as well as the Oddfellqws'-haU. At the declaration of nominations for the Yass municipal 'by-election, which fciw^ng contested by Messrs. Lynch Br^ShfUT.i-there was a good.
LOCAL NEWS. Trucking S[?]p. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
LOCAL NEWS. Trucking Seaep. Complaints are continually reaching tliis office re the manner in which the car riage of sheen to Sydney by rail is effected. The men who travel with the sheep gener allv find that, between the va-.i which carries them and the sheep trucks, there is a long procession of goods trucks ; and the result is that when stoppages arc made at the various stations, there is no chance of the sheep being looked to, for by the time the men get from their ran to the sheep trucks, the whistle blows, and the train moves o.T again. As a result of such disadvantages, sheep otten die which could lie saved if given projier attention. It is held that some better arrangement might be provided so as to permit the per sons in charge to travel as near to the sheep trucks as possible. *
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday, 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
TELEG3AMS. SYDNEY. Thursday. 1.10 n.m. Lawson defeated Ellegard in two events in the special match, and also won the five miles scratch race. A conference of dirsctors of co operative dairy factories will open in Sydney on April 15. A Sydney resident, who has been removed to the Coast Hospital, is suspected to be sujlering from deuirue fever. * LONDON; Wednesday. Reuter reports that, owing to the good offices of the United States and France, Russia is prepared to nego ciate for peace with Japan. Russia has outlined the conditions. tears are entertained at St. Peters burg that Russian communication has been cut off, the Japanese hav ing turned the Russian positions. Poland has been placed under martial law, as the result of alarm ing official reports. The Dailv Chronicle asserts that Japan will stipulate for an in demnity of one hundred millions sterling. A bill creating a Department of Commerce has been introduced into House of Commons. Ada Crossley's wedding is fixed for April nth....
Police Change. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
Police Chanffo. Sergeant Drl'mmokd, after long'ser vice in the Young Police District, and finding the extreme summer heat telling upon him, has, under departmental sanc tion, been allowed to exchange with Ser geant Hannah, of Vass. Twenty-two years ago Sergeant Drummond was sta tioned in Queanbevan, with the rank of constable.
THE DEATH WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
THE DEATH WATCH. In tlio lnjr house* built by our pioneer faiclatlicrs ihoro could often be heard in the iiiglit when perfect quiet prevailed a uruilnir phenomenon known as tho death waUh. This would be heard fomeirhore in the wall, as one lay in bed, and was nn exact imitation of tho meaBurcd ricking of a watch. Ticket, lichee, tickrc the sounds would com mence, and when perhaps a dozen or twenty tiokB had *bera given, there was silence.' The tisks. might be resumed again and thus at intervals continue as long aa one cared to listen, lly many perooPB tbis ricking in the. uiglit WHsbeardwith superstitious aroad as bciokcniuir or prognosticating death. Tho so'-iud whs really made by a diminutire wood beetle that Lad burrowed in a Ing, but whether tlis peculiar ticking was tho result ot scion involved in perforation or was tbe mating call, or prompted by elill other motives, has never been made clear. It is not known tli.it this death watch has Lib habitation in modern borne struc tin...
A World Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
f A World Elsewhere; Amongst the Russian wounded in the retreat from Mukden were many doctors and Sisters of Charity. Eight of the latter were killed. Russian advices state that the First Army lost none of its guns, was driven from none of its posi tions, and moreover captured seven machine guns and 400 Japanese pri soners. An island of volcanic origin, 4800 yards (rather less than three miles) in circumference, has been thrown up from the sea southwards of Iwo Sima, in the Liu Kiu (or Lu-chu) Archipelago, south of Japan. Within the boundaries of the Wyalong Municipality, the ' stink wort, ' a South Australian noxious plant, has made great headway. The Rev. Dr. Rentoul says the man who rises in the name of one church to smite another church with obloquy and abuse is a miscreant and a traitor. The death is announced of Jules Verne, the celebrated French novelist, in the 78th year of his age. Australasian butter has been ex cluded from the United States of America, on the ground that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
THEQUEANBEYAN LEADER The Democratic Newspaper of The Southern Tablelands. -». rrinted& Published erery Tuesday and Friday at MONABO-STBEET, QVEASBEYAS. in I lie State of New South Wales, by the I'ropri STJBSCEIPTIOIT : rvi Year in advance - - Ten Shillings. Booked, Twelve Shillings. .A-DVEUTISEIMIEUrTS: CASUALS— Fint Inch, 2/6. Each succeeding inch, 1/-. Three Insertions (or nricetof two. STANDING CONTRACTS— ny special arrange DistrictJMrcctory. jD^TConsult this Directory before mak - ing your purchases. John Hunter, Bungendore. Ins. Pike, Monnro-rtrcrt. Maxwell and Woodgtr, Monaro-street. K. C. Harria, Auctioneer, etc., Queanbeyaan. Boarding Establishments. Mrs. Munday, ' Kelvinside,' Monarontrect. Misses Kecle, Bathurst House, 268 Kliznbclhst., Sydney, near Redtern Railway Station. Mrs. Lc Count, La vista, Clifford-st., Coulburn. Sudden and Contractors. )?:. nolland, Hacquoid-atrcet. Butchen. Mclnnes Bros., Morriaselt-street. T. Flanagan, Bungendore. Bicycles. Red Bird Bic...
SELECTED VERSE. THE VOICE OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
]f SELECTED VERSE. ^5 TBS VOICE OF TBA.DE. I send the mission man abroad, I send the brazen god, The bane and antidote alike Are raised upon iny sod ; 3 sell the Word with toj-s of tin, I pack the Bible with the (jin. The weapons that my children use Are fraud and foul chicane ; With competition's bitter spur I drive tJic crowd amain , The whiles I drop the casual crumb To keep my hungry helots dumb. My Temple is the merry Mart Where Gain is all the goal ; There is no Justice in my heart, No Mercy in my soul ;' And where I rule — a manly breed Must waste away to human weed. I make a god of Calico, I vend the vilest Rum, And all the wond'ring nations know My diamonds made in Brunt ; Doth not the brawny Dervish ken The bending blades of England's men ? I broke the Kaffir on my knee, I burst the Maoii gun ; And yestreen only on the Vaal My bloody hest was done ; And'hark ! Along the Northern Way My Tartar Hounds begin to bay. I sit behind the purple throne, And pull the hidden string, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
BUSY as BEES 1 GIFT .sfc SALE ! Only a FewfWeeks Longer! ~wr~ The Resulfifif Last Mouth's Sale:— SI3KPY -THREE lucky Cusnaers had their Money's INprth Returned, and werejp pleased that they are aVj&ia trying to strike tho&jucky Day this Month bjgbuying bigger Parcels, ft Come, Try Tpr Luck Again! ALL OUR NEW WINTER GOODS are now openp up, and marked at SALE jjjPIR/I CE S, The Chance||of a .Lifetime ! HAYES AND RESELL. Queanbeyan. «» JBACTIOAIi T-A.IIjOiy MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN. C^-ESTAhLlSllKI) 18S9] ^^^^ A Splendid Assortment of Autumn & Winter Goods in Stock. Latest Fashions. Perfect Fit. Good Workmanship. Unequalled in the District. Prices to Suit Everyone. Good Bicycles. There never was a time when Money could buy better value in Bicycles than the present day. You cannot find a better Bicycle at the same value, of the same sterling construction, as a Red Bird Bicycle. We spare no trouble nor expense to please. We are not satisfied unless you are. Full ...
PRETTY AT A DISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
PRETTr AT A DISTANCE. Tlie lire* of Turkish women are dnll and monotonous iu ihe extreme, . but Friday, being tin- dny they go to mosque or to visit tbeir cemeteries, they often take that opportunity to look at (bo soldiers passing bv. On the Bcfliiklachc road you see numbers of tbr-m Hjufltlcd on the curbstone, where they rcuiaiu fur boun-, chatting and looking about them. They make a pretty picture en niBKc, -with tlieir bright dreBBCB of every hue — harmony of color is unknown in Turkey — sud they carry parnsnla, which arc [also al ways of the gayest colors. They must be much nttaonod;to their para sols, for you never sen them— even as late as B o'clock at night— but thoy have their para sola open, getting shade from something. It cannot be the sun. '' No flatterer could call the (/Turkish women cither pretty or ele gant, for (hey are simply a mass of clothing without any flapo. They bave very Urge feet, clad iu white cotton stockings, and they walk badly, so that their charms no...
HOUSEKEEPER THE VIRTUES OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
HOTJSKKEEPER THE VIRTUES OF EGGS. The egg is a Tory useful household remedy, and as it is one ready to hand it should bu more appreciated than it is. For burns and flcalds (which lire apt to oecur in most kitchens) there is nothing more soothiug fur immediate use than tho white of an cgir. It makes a skin over ths burn, in the BOlnc way that collodion does, and is more soothing. In cases of burning the great point is ex cluding the air as much as possible, and to prevent inSammation. As the white of an egg is the best remedy for this, it should be used at once. A fresh egg is one of the best remedies for dysentery. When beaten up lightly and swallowed it tends to soothe tho intestines, and gradualli lessens tbe influm tuation of the etomouli. Sick people will often e wallow tbo yolk of an egg with a fow drops of vinegar, and a little pepper, in the same way they would an uytUx when they have difficulty in inking nourish ment. Amumic patents find an egg boateu up with milk very nouri...
Michelago v. Cooma. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
Kichelaffo v. Coonia. A match took place on the Coonia Show Ground on Saturday last between the above teams, when Cooma won by six wickets. Owing to pressure on oar space we are only able to briefly summarise the scores which will apjiear in full in our next issue. Cooma compiled 107 in their first innings, J. Heron (4;), E. Goodwin (18), and T. Goodwin (10), were the only men to reach double figures; Kelly secured 6 wickets, and G. Ryrie and C.' 1'iggott two each ; in their second innings they scored 32 for the loss of 3 wickets, the scorers being E. Goodwin (18), and J. Heron not out (16), the. three wickets were taken bv 1'iggott, \^Iichelaga in their first attempt put up 44; H. McTiernau (12), and G. de Salis (la), were the princi pal scorers, while the wickets fell to E. Goodwin (4), N. Gaughan (a), T. Good win (2), and S. Goodwin (1) ; in their second innings they scored 98, M. Hayes (31), T. Kelly (Jo).'and W. Kelly (15), and the wickets were taken by E. Goodwill (4), T. Good...
A PANCAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
A. PANCAKE. A very inexpensive pancake may be made by elonping, after brcakfinr, a few pieces cf waste bread. In the eveniug ilram otf tlie water, and beat well with n fork, ad'linn one or two eggs aud a ^uurtcr nfApiut of milk. Dredge in a lilth! Hour !*li of tbo consistency uf but'eT. Add a pincn of Rait and carbonato of uoda. Tut e gool piece of butter in the pan, aud fry in tbe usual way, dredging well wilh sifted sugar.
CRICKET. Queanbeyan Boys v. Duntroon Boys. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
CRICKET. Queanbeyan Boya v. Dumtroon Boys. OS Wednesday afternoon a match was played at Duntroon. between the above teams, Queanbeyan. winning by no runs. For Queanbeyan, Clem. Hihcksman 73, H. Willis (not out) 46, and E. Land 15 were the principal scorers. For Duntroon, T. Warwick IS, and P. Hincksman 19, were the only players to reach double figures. Jeffreys, '6 wickets, and C. Hincksman, 5 wickets, bowled success fully for Queanbeyan, while the Duntroon bowlers were Warwick, 4 wickets ; Blun dell, 4 ; Butt, I ; Ryan, 1 ; and Campbell, I. Scores : QUKAXMiVAN. R.Callnghan, bBult ... ... ... 3 Clem. IlMickBinnn, b Ryan ... ... 72 K. Land, c I*. IHncksman, b nlundcll ... IS W. Woodgw, c mid b mandril ? 4 I.. Knox.cmia b Warwick ? 7 F. Jeffreys, b Warwick ... ... ..6 lt.WHUi,nataut ... ... ... 46 B. Mcl'hersou, b Warwick ... ... 3 V. Lynelinm, c Atkinnon, b Warwick ... 0 D. Dudley, c r. Hincksman. li nlundell ... 2 C. IliiicLjinon. b Campbell ... ... 0 C. Dunahea, b nlundcll ... ... ...
TO SMOKE FISH AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
TO SMOKE FISH AT HOME. Take en oli bo/rthcad, fill up all the crev !-:-«, and £x a place to put a eivus-etick near tha bottom, oc wliich to lutlig the artido tu be smokfd. Noit, iu Ihe oido ucar the top, cut a hole, to introduce mi iron pun, fllk-d with savtdust aud small pieces ol (ncui wood. Having turned tho tub uuaJo donii, lioug tho articles Io be amoked upon iho crow stick. Introduoe the iron pan iu the open ing, and place a pieie of red-hot iron in the pan, cover it wilh sawdust, aud all will be complete. Lei a large tUb. ruuuiiu abuut twenty-four hours, and keep up a good smoke.
ON ATTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905
ON ATTICS. In many houses, which are otherwise very tidy and well regulmnl, rubbish of all sorts, from old booli und eliocs aud bottles to furniture, is stored in the attic in prepara tion for a day of 1 turning out end a bonfire »w'Vr»''' '-Tf .'''?'* off. Meacwbile, it in imp^esi'jlo tn calculate' how muoh dust and iinivho'.CFoaeaivs drif's down into the hou«o fitim the neglected spot, end thooon sequence is that it is difficult to kocp the rest of the house free from dust. There is nothing morcalmird really Ihau this hoarding of trn=li, «nd all that is needed to di.-pc-rec it is a long morcin|i's work of sorting, nud theii tho atUo BDouid be whitewa'lied and thor- 1 ou^hly cleaned. The windows of attics East b& opened on every fine day for a few l-oar« There is an old-fashioned idea, and I ivi it were more pennrally reatpmbpieA-, ' 'o maVe a house wlioVedine the attic* »hou:d be kr)t clean, ni«l the VeMirs di.v.' J wcil'.ii wuullcn scarf or puir t.t -ti-riings lift lynj a...