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PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 21 June 1904
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. A vaRY painful accident betel a little boy seven years of age, named " Jimmy" Ford, a son of Mr. John Ford of this town, last Saturday afternoon. It transpires that Mr. Ford was engaged carting water on a dray, and the little boy, who accompanied his father, was sitting on one of the shafts of the dray whilst the horse was standing, and the horse suddenly starting, precipitated the little fellow on to the ground, the result being that one of the wheels of the dray passed over his leg and body, causing painful external abrasions and breaking a bone in the body. The lad was immediately con veyed to his father's house, and snbsequently to the hospital, where he was admitted and operated upon. We hear that the patient is doing very well, considering the nature of the injunies received.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 21 June 1904
Festered Wound Healed. ZAIL--lUKEFFECTIVE WHELE MANY TREATMENTS FAILED. "ABoUT four months ago," says Mr. D. Sutherland, of 93 Catherine Strtvt, Leicb hardt, Sydney, "I cut my hand severely with an axe. The wound festered at d caused me intense agony, and many a sleepless night I spent in consequence. Por three weeks I had to put up with it, although during that I time 1 had applied several household trea - ments, but, witnont avail. Seeing Zam-Buk advertised, I secured a sample pot, which I applied. After the first application I found the throbbing and pain in the wound was allayed. I therefore purchased a large pot at the ohemist's, and in a short time the wound was completely hea ed, and left no trace of a scar whatever. I never fail to recommend Zam Buk as an invaluable house. hold Balm." Zam-Bnk is a speedy cure for piles, eczema, boils, running sores, sore legs, barooo, rheumatism, neuralgia, etc. As an embrocation for strained muscles and tendons Zam-Bak, rubbed well into the...
BACHELORS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 21 June 1904
BACHELORS' BALL. ON Friday night last the Bachelors' Ball, as advertised, wac held at Googong, and, al though not so largely patronised as on former occasions, wac a very succ~esfol and enjoy able affair. The large dining.room at the residence of Mr. Wm. Feagan, was kindly placed at the disposal of the promoters, and was transformed into a cosy ball room, being tastefully decorated for the occasion. From an early hour visitors began to arrive and dancing was entered upon at 7 o'clock, being kept merrily going until 11.30 when the company repaired to the supper room. Here the wants of the inner man were supplied on a very lavish scale, the catering being done by Mrs. J. M. Coleby in her usual excellent style. Mrs. Feagan, her daughter, and other ladies, waited on the tables and otherwise looked after the com fort of the guests. Mr. J. Feagan carried out the duties of -M.O., and the music was furnished by Miss E. Feagan, and Mr. S. Swan (piano) and Mrs. A. Moore and A. Feagan (violin)...
FEARFUL SEA TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 21 June 1904
FEARFUL SEA TRAGEDY. Tux three-decked excursion steamer General Sloonm was burnt while proceeding up East River to Long Island, New York. and over 500 lives were lost. There were 10)0 child ren and 900 adults, chiefly women connected with St. Mark's German Lutheran Obhrch, on the steamer at the time. The fire origin ating in the kitchen, spread with frightful rapidity. Many of the passengers sprang overboard to. avoid the flames. Dozen of parents threw their . children overboard, and then followed them, but they were all drowned in the swift waters of Hell Gate. The vessel was beached on the north Broth. er's Island. When beached, the crowded hurricane deck collapsed, precipating hund reds into the flames raging between the decks. The Captain remained aboard Antil the boat was beached, when he leaped into the sea, with his clothes ablaze. The chief engineer perished at his post. Survivors allege that the life belts were rotten, and out of reach of the children, and that the fire hos...
ADDRESS TO FATHER KERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 21 June 1904
ADDRESS TO FATHER KERWICK, Tnix parishioners ef Rydalmere (says the - Frneea7;s Journal) were unable to arrange a fitting farewell to the popular young priest, Rev, Father Jferwiok, owspg to brief notice. They decided bowevev, to send qn to the rev, gentleman an expression of their feelings and last week the following address beauti fully illuminated was forwarded to the good priest's new mission at Michelago. "Addeses tu Rev. Father P. Kerwick. Rev, and dear Father,-We, the parishioners of the Rydal. mere district, cannot aUlnw you to leave us without expressing our deep regret at your departure. For seven years you labotged amongst on, and during that thna the sval, the devotedness, and the self sacrifice whih you ever mauifested in our regard could not but win our abiding esteem and affeotion. We can never forgot your practical sympathy for the poor, your oonmpassion for the sick, your solicitude for the sorrowing, and the paternal love and kindly interest you nmani fested in the...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XXIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
The storyteller. Tihe fiotoue or t1l turile4 Side. CH APTER XXII[.-CoNTINUED. As Mr. Johnson had himself purmised might be the ease, Lucette had had the tt aco to give her maiden name of 'Bertin' and, whatever rumours there might be ir the necighbourhood of R-yle Sands, Sir Hubert had bhen spared hno disgrace of latviug his own namo dragged through the mire of tl:e courts ''Bot Ican't nnderstand,' said Hubert, when he had n erJ t hue much, " how it is that we have lot had the rolice down here making inquiries, and how the nanmeof thi place at least hasn't got into the papers 1' ' Well, they have been down here !' said Mr Johnson 'But I took the liberty of seeing thtrm myself, since you could not, and th'o ldice wouldn't: have been of much use. I brought them to the house as architects' men, lot them examine what they pleased,. and told thoet everything I could to help them. You see, there was. nothing, to be doun but to take the bell by the horns. Of course, I said she was not Lady ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
Wasted Vitality RESTORED TO Robust Health. The Cas. of for. I. SHANNON. (n? OU0 ExPORTER). From faded letters and dimly.remembered talk of those who once clang fondly to the legends and traditions of old, only a very hazy outline of events can generally be obtained, so for present requirements it ts advisable to get our information as oppor. tunity affords. This object led to a re' porter's visit to Mr. Il.ichard Shannon, of (iocanjo, St. James'-road, Waverley, once a resident of Balmain, reference to which fact appears below. 'When I was living in Blrchgrove-road, Ilalmain," said Mr. Shannon, " I had an ex* perience which I can refer to very feelingly. It is in relation to my health, which gave me considerable trouble and anxiety. I could not enjoy anything, so you may guess I was in a bad way. I felt thoroughly knocked out, having no energy in my body to do any work, and looking upon all matters which came under my notice as being too troublesome to be thought of. The wretched fee...
Garden and Field Calendar for June, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
Garden and Field Calendar for June, 1904. (B, A. Lansdowne, Seedsnvn&, Gouiburn.) THa land is uow in fair, moist condition for oropping, and should be wet: worked up, if possible, to allow frost and air to sweeten and melldr. Deeply and well cultivate all soils, and add suitable manures. Sow in di ills and give plenty of room. The weather wi l be severe, though some wild and thundery iute. vale are likely. Heavy frosts especially. the latter part of the month; some rough winds rain and snow. KiTOuEN GARDEN. -Sow main crop pens. broad b ans. onions, cabbages, &o. Finish at once planting potato and tree onions, &c FIELo.-Sow wheat, oats, Cape and skin. ess bariny, Poverty Bay and petrnninl rye, coockefoot and prairia gross seed, tares or vetoches, peas, cabbage, onions, rape, &c. ORcuaan.-Got on with digging, draining -trenching, &c. Commence pruning. Plant nut young trees, taking care :to get. reliable sorts from reliable growers, and also prop...
CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
CHAPTER XXIV. AfterLucrtte had told Tinbert, at the in terview throngh the double set of iron bars at Holliway Gaol, that she was not his wife it was some moments before he coW1 ask, gasping 'Who are you then ?' ' I am Lncrte JTrrin. de d'turhter of your wir, LTcette. She ca'led herself Lucet te de flerignan; aBu so did I. She was teadaue; I was mademoiselle.' The announcement so overwhelmed him that Lucette, who was now perfectly frank perfectly atraighforward, bad some diffiReulty in making him realise the w! o'e truth. The details she told him were th' se. Lucette Bertin, the mother, had early chaf. d at the mcnotcny and rigorous rule of her parents' home, and had married at the age of fixteen, the second Lucette being born in the following sear. Left a widow, the vonng mother attracted the attention of an officer, a man many years older than herself who became so much attached to her that hI mortiad I-er.' In the meantime sho had placed her daughter in a convent, under the name ...
GOOD TEMPLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
GOOD TEMPLARY. . THx usual weekly me ting of thb Hopb of Queanbeyan- .Lodge was held in. the Lodge ' rooms 'on Wednesday , evening last. Sister B. - Shaw,C.- 0 T., presi. d d Six new members were 'admittrd to t-1he order, making a total of over 60. After `he ordinary business was dispensed with parlor ginmes were inpnlged in, the occasion being an entertainment.given the ladies by lb gentleman. Songs were obntributed by. '1the following :-Bros. Ooghlan, Oallaghan, iGubbins, Warren, J. Callaghan, June., and W. Greenwood, Jiur. A vote ofithanks to the gentleman was moved . by Sister Shaw anid seconded by Sister Walker, and .espon ded to -by lBro. Lockwood, L. E. D. , The item for next Wednesday night is a debate, wthen the simbject! *Is rational Sunday .amusement, advisAble"' will be discussed. Bro. Lockward will argue in the affirmative and Bro. Coghlan id the negative. SEVEaAL diamionds were found in the Yass River*1 ast week by a party of miners, who were sluicing for gold. In cons...
CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
QANBERRA (Fromn Our Correspondent) ON Tuesday night Dr. Blackall addretsrd a largely attended meeting in a room kindly provided by Mrs. IfMrty. Mr. McDonald, the local public school teaobqr occupied the chair. At the opening of his address, the Doctor referred to a small pamphlet which is being issued by the Employers' Federation a copy of which he held in his band. ,He said that by that pamphlet the fact was evie ent that the real isene of that party at the forthcoming election was a, vital and labour, and not socialism, at the pamphlet was ap. patently intended to conveyto the voter. referring to Mr. Millard's remarks on closer settlement in his ? address at Queanbeyan last week, the Doctor . said that his (Millard's) party as a body could not honestly be in favour of this measure, since they had the squatters and capitalists of this state at their backs, who were now providing the" sinews of war." He said the Reform Party, although they pretended to advocate economy, did not yet ...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
Municipal Council. AT the fortnightly meeting of the Muniolpal Council last night there were present: Ald. ermen Hungorford (Mayor), Knox, Dixie, MAoPherson, Pike, Oollett, and Hinckeman. Correspondnnon was read from the. Da. partment of Linds (Forest Branch) announ a ing that from the Godford nursery 100 plants have been fo warded as per the request of the Uo0 ncil.-The trees have been received in good order. Mr. R. Moore asked permission to erect a verandah to his building in coarse of can. ) struction, next to the post oilae, and also to a construct. a temporary scaffold whilst the building is in course of erection-Permnissiou was granted snbject to the usual conditions. E The financial statement were read, and the following credit belances shown . - General Account, £40 19/10; Lightung t Account, £68, 5/3; Rec. Reserve Acounrt, £13 1/5., No accounts wore presented for 3 payment. [ Alderman II. J. Dixie called the atten. ation of the meeting to complaints made by 3 the Pastures P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
Condition is a very serious matter in Cut Tobaccos. We often see good leaf spoilt through being packed in tins that are not air. tight. Cut Tobacco should open up in perfect condition, ready for the pipe, neither too dry nor too moist, VANKEE V Tobacco I bOODLE is packed in Patent Alr.Tight Tins, and is positively guaranteed to open up fresh L and sweet. It is also sold in Plugs Dark and Bright-and to those who preles a Miature, we can honestly say that no better Mixture is sold than "Y.D." Mixture. lsk your Tobacconist. ]3OOilILERANG BRANDY. THE IONDON TIMES.-" A SOUND, HONEST BRANDY." THE LANCE r.-" OF A FRAGiLANCE, PURITY AND QUALITY SECOND TO NONE. THE BRITIS I MEDICAL JOURNAL.-" A PURE PRODUCT, WELL WORTHY THE ATTENrLON OF THE PROFESSION. WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO. THE VERY BEST and HIGHEST GRADE TOB\C00, MANUFACTURED IN AMERICA, Obtainable in Plugs, and Cut, in 2oz. and 4oz. tins. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. IS NOW THE FkVOURtITE SlIOKE. Manufactured from the Best Selecteil Leaf. A. HIGH G...
MR. HIGGINS' CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
MD. HIGGINS' CANDIDATURE. OQ'Satiiday lust (says the&Braidwood .Dis patch) it deputition of znpmbers of tbe local branch of the Liberal and Reform Associa tiri;, we understaud, waited upon Mr. R. M.' .Higgius, rho announced hims If as an in. dependant reform candidate cnia'we-k or two ago, and asked hiin to withdraw from the contest in favour of the seIectod eandid. afe in order to prevent tho splitting of votes. Mr. Higgies rxnphatically refused to with. drawv. He subsequently, we understand, i'tceived.a simii. requestfrcm the leader of ?li'b Oppositionu.:to which, hie returned the same answer.
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1904. A MARRIED WOMAN AS A "NEGLECTED CHILD." [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
WITS WHICH ARIC INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Baigondore Mirror & Cantain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1904. A MAARRIED OMAN AS A "NEGLEO TED OHILaD." Ax extraordinary case came before Mr. Gordon P.M. at Adela'de on Friday, when CharlotteFlorence Rowe, otherwise William s whose age was stated to be sixteen years, was charged wi-h being a' neglected child and an 't unmanageable child." A peculiar develop ment was that the " neglected child" was alleged to have been married to Henry Williar s, who appeared at the police court on Friday morning,charged with b ing with-` out anuloieet means of support. The case against Williams was adjourned to text day, and that against Rowe till Wednesday, the mag-strate stating that he could not deal with' a married woman as a neglected. child.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
IN MEMORIAL. WILLIAMS —In loving Memoy of my be- lod MOTHER, who departed this life on JUNE 13TH, 1898. Our dearest Mother can our loss be told, We miss thee more as the days grow old And we know that our years, be they many or few, Will be years of longing and grief for you, —Inserted by her loving son, FRANCIS PENNEY, Mrs. PENNEY and FAMILY. Tho' lost to sight to memory dear.
MICHELAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
MICHELAGO. Vincent HENRY, son of Mr. Mark Ware, of Colinton, died on Monday night last. The little fellow had been lost in the bush some years ago, and had never fully recovered from the espisode. Nothing unusual was noticed in him until the Saturday before his death when he complained of soreness and lumps about the throat. Despite the fullest atten tion, the lumps in the throat increased, and he died on Monday night. Mr. Ware was from home for some months working a threshing machine about Adaminaby. A messenger was dispatched for him and after a long cold night's ride he arrived, but the boy had died. The funeral took place on Thursday and was well attended. The Rev. Father Kerwick officiated at the grave which &nbsp; was in the Michelago Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Ware and family have wide spread sympathy in their bereavement.
The School Fair. NEARLY £30 NETTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
The School Fair. NEARLY £30 NET E.D. As a means of raising fuids to procure the necessary books and other articles in order to carry into effect the newly intro uced schoo syllebu.", several ladies and gentlemen of the town voluntarily took upon themselves the ardu us task of organismi ;a Fair in order to realise tlh, "sinews of war." Fir the new syllabus, which is actually a revo lution in the old methol of public school tuition-whether an improvement or retro gression time alone will tell-the parents of ihe pupis are placed at a deal of expense in equopping their children with the numerous articles r quired. This expanse the Depart ment of Public Instrncfion will not under take to tiefray, but looks to the pupil to Red his own utensils. The chief workers of the Fair held in the Protestant Hall on Wednesday and Thursday nights were the Misses Wright and Watson, who acted as joint reoretarie', and Mr Lux, assisted by the other teabbers of the public school. ifany others, whose names...
Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22ND. (BEFORE MR. A. ELLIOTT, P.M.) FAILING TO DESTROY BUNNY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22xn. (BEFORE MR. A. ELIJOrr, P.M.). - FAILING TO DESTROY BUNNY. WILLxIAM DAaMODY. of Majora, was proceeded against by the Pastures Protoection.Board for having failed to fuliy a d continuously sup press and dcr.troy the rabbits on his property on the Sutton Road, to the satisfaction of the Board. Mr. Garraway appeared on behalf of the Board. Defendant stated that although he was guilty, he had poisined up to whhin three months of the date the Inspector visited his farms, on which day the complaint was dated. J. F. Turner, Stock Inspector, stated that he visited defendant's holding on the 15!h April last, and there were no signs of any poison being laid during the last two or three months. The rabbits were numerous. Mr. Garraway asked that a light fiue be inflicted. Fined 10s, one guinea professional costs, 15s witnessese's expenses, nod 6/6eourtcosts. MORE RABBIrS. E. E. Hudson, manager of Dintroon sta tion, appeir d for a similar tfanse, and pleaded n...
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
CHURCH NO rICES. S&NDAY, Jcxx 26. CaHUcu o ExGLsND.- Quenubeyan 11 anm and 7 pin ; ;3urra 3 p tn.-Rev. W. M' White, Minidter. Ciznb-tra II a.m.; O:u daroo 3 30 p.m. Rtv P. G. Smith, Minisucr. METroDIT.-Queinb.yan 11 a.m. aLd 7.30 p.m.- Rev. W. btewart ; Wattle P'utk 11 a.m.-Mr. John Gal.= ; Wat 1t Perk 7 p.m -Mr. J. K. Kilby ; M1r.jra 3 p mi - 1ev W. Stewart. !..v. WV. Stewrart, tifisterr PRESBYTERIAN.- QuPaIiheyarl F.litnship Association 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m ; Canberra 3 p m. Wei k vight &rrice*. Majura 7.30 .m., oan the 27.h instant, Et Mr. Wim. Mcintcsh'a. Rtv. W. M:cwael Smith, M.A., Minister-in-charge. ROMAN CATrOLIC. - Qucanboyau 11 a.m. Rev. FatLer Hv an'.