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EXTRACTED HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

EXTRACTED HONET. Extracted lionoy is more easily harvested bun honey in sections, especially since the bee escape has been invented. To drive vroy the bees which coveted tbe comb* of the surnlus boxes, these boxes were removed tbe cap or cover of Ihe hivo was replaced, and each surplus comb was brushed with a bunch of asparagus' leaven. This operation was long and tedious ; witb tbo bec-cscape it is easy and takes very little time. When the bouts arc free of boos thsy are rarried to the extracting room, where iho combs are uncapped ana emptied by the extractor. The bucket which receives the boney from the extractor, is emptied in a ?jjrrel, on which is a funnel furnished witb a S:ioTrire cloth sieve. Tho best barrels for liquid lionoy art! a'cohol barrels, bocause they arc coated uiside with a kind of gummy tubstaniv, which cannot be dissolved by honey. Wn Lave tried unjruuuned barrels, but, as honey could not soak them, their staves having shrank, they leaked. As soon as tho combs ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Show [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

TheBhow The annual Show will be opened on Tuesday next by Mr. Millard, M-L.A The entries are said to exceed in number those of any previous year, and were being dealt with by the Committee as we went to press. The Fire Brigade Band has been engaged for the occasion.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEEDING WHEAT TO STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

FEEDING WHEAT TO STOCK. An inquiry was sent out from one offioe 'o determine the extent to. which wheat is ije.ug fed to slook in the place of corn, in what conditim, and the estimated feeding value compared with corn, ~ Ftudicir wli»al !o »!o- It i* yl In Ihi n pnrimcnlal ntacn in :hi« State, but tbo bo-t udgment of farinT* mid feeders Mtimarcl thill 20 per rent of ihe furplus whrnt will be IIiuk used. KMiin.itei of the feodinp value of wheat compared with corn vary fn-m 7'i to lr-0 per cent, but the average i« 104 , estimating the foodlng veluo of oro at 100 Tlierc i- more care taken in feeding wheat wliieh, prohAbly, menreacs its comparative value, for if can'lcRcly fed at com is in the enr, there would b; danger frnm over aud too rapid fca.iing. It is fed every way, whole, dry, cooked or goaked ; crocked or ground coarse, dry or bb slop: nnrl in tbo sheaf. Tbe latter nrehod is commnnecd by thoiie whn prAuticc it on ae.- count of sarinn; tbr expensn of tlirnshing the grain nntl l...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

? * ? Bals. AFTER a spell of dry weather, rain com menced to fall on Monday evening last, continuing all day on Tuesday, when nice steady rain fell. There was a light shower on Thursday morning. Fifty-six points were registered at the local post oSice. Splendid rain fell at Buncendore on Tuesday night, and our Sutton corres pondent reports a good fall there. The rainfall at other district centres was: Adaminaby 138, fiungendore'63, Bombala 55, Braidwood 37, Cooma 40, Delegate 98, Goulburn 48, Micbelago 26, Nimitybelle 38, Sutton 75, Kiandra 41, Yass 34.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BARK OF FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

THE BARK OF FRUIT TREES. As a pmi-t:i1 tuir.vhcultl'y trees aro nble to get rid of tbo okl bark without uny lie'lp fruru tbe cultivator, but in m&ny caws .licy arc all the bettor for having a little help from man. In many specie's of trecH there iti an arrangement provided by nature for iclpiag the fjiinl iu get rid of its bulk. These nro eailud in ecicutifio language ' Kupi r cell^,' that is t j iuiy, cork cells. Tl,w nppcar at firnt on tie outer bark as small brown ppotn. From year to year, however, they develop, Fometimes eating into the bark the cracks which ultimately result in what is known us rough bark. As it is thus the dexigu of nature to get rid ol tl.e outer borlr, it is good rractirc to lioln nature iu Iliii woik. For this purpose washes of varioii* kinds are found in prr.cliec extremely uifiil. Iu fruit culture, soapy po'.utions have leer, found very effective, uud la the ui:Mienlin-; lias been found beneficial. In some of the interior counties of Pennsylvania ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

local Brevities. Up tothe time of our going to press the writs in connection with the municipal trouble had not been served. Owing to the recent rains, some sheep which were to be trucked here for Sydney could not reach town, the creeks all being fluoded. Mr. P. Shcedy, of Narrabundah, has purchased Mr. Michael O'Keefe's pro perty at Tharwa. Mr. O'Keefe contem plates leaving the district. Lieut-Colonel G. Rvrie will be in com mand of the Easter Military Encampment at Bungendore. Mark Ware's tender, j£qi;io/3, has been accepted for work on Goulburu to Cooma Gungahleen Estate wheat threshing, now completed, returned a little over two bags to the acre from a 500 acre crop. Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. S. Brooks, and Mrs. Munday have announcements in this issue re meals on Show days. Mr. Lockwood notifies us that Mr. Mil lard, M.L.A., will be present at the open ing of St. Gregory's Bazaar and also at the Show. W. A. Gioson's tender has been accept ed for the supply of forage to the police stati...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BROWN LEGHORN FOWL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

THE BROWN LEGHORN FOWL. In pliapc the Leghorn is e'bdraclc-rized by a trimncis and eprightliaess tbat few fowls possess. Tbt) carria^ru is vcty upii^lit, auil the large and gayly carried tai uf tlie eoi k incrcaees his unpurcut size and addi- irrcntlv to bis beauty. Tbe red, darkly-ntripcJ liaiklea of tbe male and his ntol'd black breast make a very attractive combination iu colors, and lht» warm brown of the females posscHsos a quiet hoauty Mcnrccly less attractive iu iu war than the richer colors of the male. Drown Li-ghorci*i mature very early, pullets having been known to lay when fourteen weeks old. Ordinarily the pullets will lay when four to five months old. This early maturity mskes the Leghorn a vciy profitable fowl for the farm. Long before the heavier fowls think of laying tlie Leghorn pullets bave begun, and if hatchiid early will frequently pay in eggs for their raising beforo winter sets in. Broiler rnircrg fre quently use a cross of h Leghorn mule or some heavier bree...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Templars [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

OooA Temclart The usual weekly meeting of the Hope of Queanbevan Lodge was held in the Good Templars' Hall on Wednesday even ing last, ?'Bro. Greenwood, V.T., in the chair. After the usual business had been transacted, the members of the Juvenile Temple paid the Lodee a visit, and enter. tained the adults with the following pro gramme : Chorus, ' G.T. 'Watchword ' ; recitation, Howard Lockwood ; dialogue, T. Woodger and F. McKone; recitation, M. Lockwood ; dialogue, Stanley Mcln tosh,J.and H. Lockwood, W. Greenwood, and Bertie Can tie; song, Bertie Cantle; dialogue, R. Woodger and M. Lockwood ; recitation, Willie Greenwood ; dialogue, R. Gibbsand A. Lockwood ; chorus mem bers; recitation, A, Lockwood; recitation, Stanley Grady. Sister May Walker acted as organist. At the close a vote of thanks was accorded the juveniles.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Accident to a Fettler. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

Accident to a Fattier. A railway fettlcr named Jones, while going his length on atrycicle, on Wcdncs- j day morning, near Dungcndore, was over- ! taken, and run down bv a social engine. ! He was seriously injured, and was con veyed to liuligendore and attended by Dr. j Wilson, being subsequently taken bv train i to the Goulburn Hospital.' ' |

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cloud-Burst at Crookwell. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

Clond-Bturtt at Crootwell. CossiniiRAitLE excitement was caused , at Crcokwell on Monday afternoon during j a thunderstorm. The clouds appeared to | strike the hills about a mile out of town, ana Durst. In a very minutes the waters came rushing down the Crookwcll River with terrific force, carrying away fences and everything else. The river rose with great rapidity, and soon the bridges were submerged. When the water subsided it was seen that considerable damage was done. The approach to the new bridge, which was only completed last week was washed away. 'Several hawkers who were camped near the river experienced great difficulty ill getting their horses and wag gons out. The mail coach had trouble in ! leaving the town. All vehicular communi- 1 cation was completely cut off from tfic town. Forty nine points of rain fell in the town. A washaway occurred on the railway near Crookwell', the rails being 8 feet out of place.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Washaway on a Railway Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

Wuhaway on a Railway I.lne. On Tuesday morning, the train which ' should have reached here at 5.1s dii not arrive till 9 o'clock, a washaway having occurred uil the line at Paigalore. The train from Coonia, which is limed to arrive at Goulburn half an hour after mid night did not reach its destination until 6 a.m. Tuesday. The passengers, how ever, arrived in Goulburn sometime be fore thai hour, having been tranship]-ed into a special train run from Goulburn for the purpose of preventing extended delay. The passengers, between twenty arid thirty in number, changed from one train to Uie other by means of- trolleys manned by the fettlers who had gone out under Inspector Smith to restore traffic on the line. The mails were also transhipped and taken along in ample time to go by the mail train from Melbourne to Sydney. The storm which caused the Kaiigalofe washaway broke over Winderradecii Station and Collector on Monday after noon, says the Pr.NNV Post. It also traversed the country as...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

Federal Correspondence. The Depute Postmaster General acknow ledges a communication from Mr. J. H. ilincksinaii, Council Clerk, lioruuiili Council of gueanbeyan, presented by Mr. Austin Chapman, asking that tbe 'letter box at the Railway Station, Qucanbcyan. be cleared at 7.30 every evening and letters passed to P.O. and treated as ordinarv mail matter, letters lHistcl after that hour to bear the late fee.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

APPLES. The mMii iuil value of npplcs is not I11U .-.ppicuslcd. To thoso of Bcdentnr}- habits whose livers arc sluggish, the acids of tlie npiilc m rvc to eliminate from tlie body no* i jut niailcr-, ?niiiuh, if ro'jiined, would make lliu bniiu benvy and duil nr bnng about nr.udie.i-, skin oiuntions, and k,nar«-d ?vils. rW 'uilic iie-id of rilio arpl's, r.-i*- c cvA(d, will uenivali^o any excess cf rV.My mrtvt ??iiij.nilirul 'jy c.'.i:ng t-.vi nriuh m»'.a. it, is L'1'i.iiruc that nn.li ripn l'ruit iu th; npplc, )ie:iraii-!pliini,tal:~n wiihout eugir, dijiin ihh .aridiiy of Iho stomaeh rather than pro vol't1 it. n.i is popularly but erroneously sup lKiscd. 'llic^o juices are converted into alka* itic carboautes whiuk tend tu counteract aridity.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESERVED CUCUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

PRESERVED CUCUMBERS. Pei-lmps Koine of mv readers will luuith at Ihe iilea uf u*iii£ only sugar to pws-.'rvc p vvg.t:,l,le tl:it innkcs such a delicious riikle. 1 was scejitifitl, too, until I tried tho method myself. Split Ac cucumbers and extract lh» seeds. Let them remnin lor three davs in suit and water. Put them into cold water wilh a small quantity of alum and boil them till icud-r. Drain und allow them to lie in a thin syrup fur two days, then take them out. boi.iiiir the *yrup again, and pour it over the encumbers, repeating tliifl operation twice. Vow boil some durified sugar until when a spoonful of it is taken up and blown through, email sparks uf sugar will fly from it. 1'ut the cucumbers into this aud let Ihctn bimuicr live minutes. Leave thorn until the nut day, nhim tbo whole must be boiled up attain, nnd put mto jars for future use. — Agues 1. Bcutley.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALT WATER BATHING AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

salt \\'A n-:n bathing at home. A spon?e Uitli of enlt water in extremely uem-li. ini ut all sea-oiis uf I lie year, although cv-cdvly be iu winter, us. tltono accustomed tn it are less liut-i.; tu take -old. This can be taken by itr^M, or iu ad -.ititm l'- a warm ur eoid bath. So.t salt or ro-V salt can be used. Di.wlvt aIk.iiI 1'Hir a t.m-p.»i.ful of tbo salt in a ejuart uf water i-f the same temperature as tbe. rcfj-n ; wl.h lliis n|WDgc the bodv qui.kir, nnrl rub br.B'ily after it. AH coM baths JlioulJ be taken with greit rapidity if .me «ou:d bave O.r full benefit of them Ten minutes is quite p'jfneii'nt to have (lie l.ull'iiif; and Hiy'cjr cumple-ul ; and if it can ho done iu le-2 time mo much the better. Cure nitfi rhotjld bo tuken not to Burnt] rliivct'y in a dta»|rht wbUo the body is wet, to noit fait, ac.l be euro to be perfoetly dry befoic putliu^ on any clothing. A lack of atteutiun to tbeso ae-tpiU ?omctiraes bring. iinjtlcasiut re»ullp, whi.Ji leads to the I'elicf ;hnt...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSE AND SINGLE COMB LEGHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

ROSE AND SINGLE COMB LEG HORNS. There is no difference between Brown and White Leghorns, except color, as tbfty posross tbe eamo qualifications, and there is 110 dif ference between tho Rose Comb arid Single Combed in any rcspe t except iu tbe combs. Tbe onlr advauUire in tlie Boso Comb is ibatthe-reia not so much surf aco exposed to tbe* .iction of tlie frost, and consequently ere not luickly (rozin, but the rese eomb is often so broad as In obstruct the sight. Tho combs ran bo cut if desired, wbioh ifi an advuntngo. Any timn after they are three months old will answer. Use a sharp razor or shears, cut off tho combs and wattles, and dip the bend of the bird in a Rtrong solution --f alum, chich will urrcBt the bleeding. When so treated they havo the appoarannu of tho game fowls, and will often begin to fight, owing to neeming liko ptrangore to ouch other. After cutting off the combs., put the birds in a warm, dry place for a few duys until tbe wounds are partially bealod.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN CURRANTS AS A PROFITABLE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

FARM AND GAK.DKN CURRENTS AS .V PROF1TAULK caor. CiirmnN aro a prilihiblo crop ; tlipy sill grow in mo't any Foil mid boar well ; but to produwo large eigc--i fruit and in profusion thry require cl doep, riel), we'll -meUntrai, and nalim.lly well-drain,,! soil. Tb'B is a fruit tuat (;n,ws rerontki.bljr well in the shade. Soxo of the ltrgent fn'it-irrnwere of the Now iviiLrlmid SU'cs ant cman: bushes in belwofs Ilic nt n'« tr-:i!s aud ketp the surface sell well -:ul' Yfltel ind ln'gLlr cnm'hed, thus Kcurinir u n « 'ro.j of opii'rf nud of oiUTants each licuiug eeawn. Currrants bear everj J-rar. Kv'fore plattitig, ci^o some (inw to tlic tlinr'ugh prorwrati'm of the soil ; Iliis trill m.nir j sevonil wreks and Ihe lnttcr part of tin *p \ng :s nono too toon t0 6Ct nbout tbc W' rk. Ground tint lias born in garden vr, ct&Mcn or parlv potatoes, and Oint h:n i»en thorouprlily worked and lienvily fcr 'ilizod, is in tino condition for this buti It roust alwR-s bo rrmembcrod that in pbi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELEPHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

ELEPHANTS. Three elephants in tbe London Zoo catn £2,000 a year by carrying on tbeir baoka the visitors to the gardens. The elephants ace stationed in different parts of the Zw, and there seems to be a bit of professional eslousy between them. Apparently they are on very good terms between sours ; but when business is brisk, and Uw largest one 4s coining money, for ho Is Iho favourite, ihe other two try to lash him with their trunks as he piwes. The largest elephant is a financial record breaker. Be is the senior tocDbet of tbe firm, so to speak. Ob ose holiday he carried 1 ,C0O pnreoas. There are camels whioli ere sought after by those left out in the sorsmble for the elephants ; bat ths old patrons «f tha Z» say ths uneven notion ©fa camel Sa only appreciated by an old salt who la most at home on an exoaed. ingly choppy sea. The camels are too cultivated ? taste for the ordinary mwral to ?fleet. Three eamela earn abont £250 a tear, bnt they ooit less to keep thaa their more arooes...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hides. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

Bio.es. New South Wales butchers' hides : Ex tra stout hides to /8 per lb ; heavy weights /5 to /5*f, medium ,'5 to Is'/i, ligiit \i% to /5 58 Horse-hides, small to ,9 each, large 9,ft to 12/ each ; yearlings, small 4/6 to 6.6, large 7/ to n/ each. Calf-skins, small 2,6 to 2,10, large 3 6 to 4,'i each.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sheepskins. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 March 1905

BneepgklnH. Merino.— Three-quarter to full n-oo-'-c 1: Light, 7d to 73»'d ; medium, 6-{ to6'irt : heavy, sMd to6l,'d. Half-wool!e.l: Lull' , 6^d'to 6Ud ; medium, 6d to 6'i : heavv S'4d tos^d. Short-woolled : I.ijrht, 61 to 6'AA ; medium, sj-d to sVd ', lieavv 4^d to stfd. Crossbred.— Three-quarter to fullwool ed : Fine, 6fid to 6;4'(i ; medium to coarse 5dto6'-d. Shorts: Merino, 534'd to6lA'd; cross breds, 4ydtos^d.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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