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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
TEN DERS. J ENDERS.will be received by the Under. Jl signed at GOOGOYG, until the (Or INSTANT, for SCRUBBING 040 ACRES OF LAND. in one lot or two lots, of 320 Acres each. N E. GIBBS. Thursday, 30th Instant, at 2 p.m. AT THE SALEYARDS. 6 Prime Fat Bullocks 2 Fat Cows. A. W.. MORIARTY & Co. AVE received instructions from Mesar&* .F Eland P. L. SMrtzr, to sell by Publio Auotion as above. : * Thurnsday, 30th Instant. ATH-HUGERlFOIID'S'HOTEL, IMME DIATELY AFTER STOCK SALE. A W. IMORIARTY & Co., HAVE teceiied instructionsi from the Exe. I otitorsa cf the Estate of the late Mrs. N. 0: CAinUt rA.i, to sell by Publio Auction-. Basket Carriage English Dog-Cart Sociable, in good order TERMS- OASH. Praotically Unresetved. Quenaibeyau Rifle' Club. PROTESTANT HALL, Thursday, 14th July, '04. DOUBLE TICKET, ... 56. LADY'S TICKET; ... ... 2s 6d ' E. W LESZM OND, Ron. Sccrctary. f By the S. S. " Venutra " firom America, we have received A LARGE PARCEL General Goods and IRONMON...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 June 1904
SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2* 21 per Quarter. ,, (Courtry) 2s 61 ,, ,, Subscriptions ma. commence or discontinue at any time. p- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. n ____**** (ESTA BLISHED 1860.) THE Queanlewan Age is one of thn oldest and best-known advertising mediums in the Southern districts, and commands a lnrgo and ever increasing oircolatibo throughout Rungendore, Canberra, Captain's Flat, Giniuderra, Goodareo, Hoskingtown, Micalago, Molorglo and Southern districts generally. Published on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. TO ADYERTIMS " Judidioud adveitigixg i, the iKey#torje of $u66e%ý aid by Rdvex'ti$itg irt the &t you i'edeive value foi youi' nJo ey. ADVERTISING SCALE : One Inch - - - - 2s Od. Each succeeding Inch - - 18 Od. , Special hate for Stauding Advertiseineit s. - Of every Description at &ydnoy ]Prices. Ciroulars, Billheads, Account Forms, Delivery Books, Posters, Dodgers, Menu C.ards B'1l Programmes, Visiting Cards, 13m.iness Cards, &a...
Garden and Field Calendar for June, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
18 Garden and Field Calendar for :e - - June, 1904. d (B, A. Lansdowne, Seed.mrana, Goldburn.) t TaHE land is now in fair, moist condition for ct cropping, and should be well worked up, if possible, to allow frost and air to sweeten Lt and mellow. Deeply and Rell cultivate, all soils, and add suitable manures. Sow in duills and give-plenty of room. - The weather will be severe, though some wild and: thundery intervals areilikely. Heavy frosts especially a the latter part of the' hionth ; some rough o winds rain and snow. - I KITrHEN Gmi EN. -Sow main crop peas It broad beans, onions, calbages, &o. Finish I at once planting potato and tree onions, &c. FIELD.--Sow wheat, oats, Cape and skin, R ess barley, Poverty Bay and pernnial rye, cockefoot and prairie grass seed, tares or vetches, peas, cabbage, onions, rape, &o. t Oaciknn.-Get on with digging, draining t trencbing, &Bc. Commence pruning. Plant A t young trees, taking care to get -reliable sorts fr...
Open Column. The public are allowed to express their opinions in this Column providing all correspondence is signal by the writer—not necessarily for publication At the same time, we wish it to be clearly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of those who so make use of it—Editor Q.A. THE STOCK INSPECTOR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
Open Columu. The public are allowed to express their opinions In this Column providing all correponde ie s signet by th writer-not necessarily for public tiol At the saue time, we wish it to b" clearly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of those who so make use of it Editor Q.A. THE STOCK INSPECTOR. TO THE EDITOR. Smt,--I noticed in your issue of the 24th instant, an accoont of certain police court cases against several persons for failing to destroy rabbits on their holdings. I am surprised to see that the Inspector applied for and was awarded costs as a witness in those cases. I fail to see why he is entitled to expenses as a witness, when he is in receipt of a yearly salary and his duties are, I believe, to travel the district, inspect all holdings, and appear against persons in the po'ice court who fail to comply with the Act. Will some person (a director of the Board, for instance) enlighten me as to whether the following section of the Ant applies to the above P Se...
FELL OFF THE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
FELL OFF THE TRAIN. A stRious accident happened early Saturday morning to guard Blaekett, who with Assis tant Guard Ford, was in charge of the early mixed train from Goulburu to Tarago, when the train was between Inveraloohy and Lak e Bathurst. E1'rom particulars obtainable at the railway offees it would seem that when between the stations last named Guard Blackett had occasion to look out of the door of the brake van. As he leaned against the door it swung open and precitpiated him to the ground. The train was going at full speed, and the fall was thus made more severe than it would have otherwise been. The assistant guard noticed the door swing open, and as soon as possible signalled the" engine, which was in chargei of Driver Power and fireman Giddy. The train was brought to a standstill near Lake Bathurst st.ation. The driver, Fireman and assistant guard went back along the line for about a mile and found Guard Blaokett suffering great pain from a broken arm, scalp wounds and co...
THE LABOUR MINISTRY DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
THE LABOUR MINISTRY DEFEATED. ON Friday night, by special. message, we were informed that the Federal Labour Government were badly defeated on the Arbitration Bill, a qualifying amendment respecting preference to unionists being carried by 27 votes to 22. The amendment was to the effect that no preference to unionists should be directed to be given unless the applies ion for it be approved by a majority of those affected by an award. Immediately after the division, the Prime Minister moved to report progress, stating that the Government regarded the amend ment as very serious, cuatting right to the heart of the bill. It would be necessary, added Mr. Watson, for the Government to consider how far the amendment affected the general purposes of the measure, and how far it would ask menbers to reconsider the matter, Mr. Reid said the Government had taken the proper course. The House then adjourned until to-day. Discussing the subject of preference to unionists, Mr. Reid said that " the ...
DEATH OF MISS AMY GIFFORD [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
DEATH OF MISS AMY GIFFORD Just before going to press the sad news reached this office of the death pf Miss Afny Gifiord, of Yarralumla. Miss Gifford, who was" a daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Gifford, and about 23 years of age, cont act. ed typhoid fever some nine weeks ago, since when till the time of her death she was under the diligent care of Dr Blackall. Death took place this morning at a quarter past eleven o'olock at the deceased's parents' residence at Yarralumla.
TARIFF REVIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
TARIFF REVIVAL. AN agitation has been started in Melbuurne for alterations in the tariff, with a view' of increasing its protectionist incidence. It is pointed out that the duties are notsufnloient ly high for Victoria, and that consequently a number of industries are languishing. Attention is specially directed to the engi. nearing and machinery trade, to which re ference was made at a recent meeting at the Trades Hall. At a meeting of the Chamber of Manufactures on Monday night it was stated that a duty of 35 to 40 per cent. was required on all foreign machinery, ironwork and materials used in the shipping industry. The president of the Chamber commented on what he called two startling facts - one the increase in the importation of manufac tured articles since the-passing of the tariff. and the other the loss of population during the same period. Since federation Victoria had lost 20,800 male adults. These were some of the best of her working population. The population on December...
THE NEW MORNING DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
. THE NEW MORNING DAILY. Mn. GEo. W. LAVENDER, the Secretary, pro tern of the above movement, has written us stating-that the scheme has nol advancnd so rapid'y as the :leaders of the movement' promised that it should, nor as the genuine merit of the proposal warranted the founders in believing it would. There are at present 1,100 ardent supporters of labour acting as sub-agents,' or canvassers .for the scheme. Steps are now being taken to secure the dustralian Star and the Sunday Sun, and the offer of the 'founders has received the acceptance of the directors and principal shareholders of those newspapers, but awaits' the confirmation by a general meeting of the shareholders called for Thursday next. Should these newspapers be purchased by the company they will be permanently con ducted as organs of democracy, and will battle for the labour candidates at the approaching elections, and also freely advertise.the projected new mornling paper. Not half the 50,000 subscribers required a...
PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
PRJ3ENTATION.... QuITs a representative gathering filled the Gandaroo hall-on the occasion of the presen. tation made to the Revd,'W. M. Smith, M A.; by the residents of Gundaroo and district. The chair was occuonpied by Mr. J. f:. Duncan, who eulogised.: the reverend gentleman and spoke highly of the good work performed by him during his ministra tion. The chairman then called upon Mr. H. Mt.. Gordon to make the presentation, which' took the form of a cheque for a substantial amount. Mr Gordon endorsed all the chairman's remarks, and spoke highly of the sympathy extended by Revd. Mr. Smith to these in trouble and distress. Mr. Jno. Affleck also spoke, adopting a similar strain. In returning thanks the Revd. Mr. Smith, referred feelingly to. his projected departure from the district, and to the kindness extended to him during his sojourn amonget the Gandaroo people. Afternoon tea was then served by a committee of ladies and vocal items were rendered by Miss Booth, Mr T. M. McDonald,...
THREAT BY THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
THREAT BY THBE UNEMPLOYED. Tus unemployed gathered last Friday at the Queen's Statue. There were some prelimin ary matters dealt with in the form of announcements by the chairman (Mr. Dwyer) of the unemployed committee. These were to the effect that no reply had been received from the Governdor General with respect to the requesb that he would intercede with the Government in the direction of finding work for the 10,000.unemployed of the metropolis. 1qeitber had the Lord Mayor received any notification from the Prenier as to when he would mleet a deputation 'headed by the Lord Mayor. Then announcements followed giving details of proposed demonstrations in the Belmore and Redfern electorates and finally the "real business " of the meeting was proceeded with which was the considera tion of the following motion: " That as one of,the highest christian authorities has proclaimed the doctrine that a starving man has a right -to his n& ighbour's bread, each man in this unemployed m...
STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
STOOK REPORT. THE eupyly of sheep and lambs at Home bush yesterday was a very small one, numbering only 3,914 head. Taken on a whole the quality was not so good, many medium and indifferent sheep being included. Buyers were in fair attendance, but bidding was slow. Best merino wethers made from 19s, extra to 20/9, good 16/6 to 17/6, medium from 15a, others from 13s. Among the sales were the following nameo local lots:--M. A. Leach, Michelano, 35 w 19/3 to 19/5,, 51 w 17s, 7 w 16/3; F. Smith, Michelago, 70 w 13/7, 31 w 13/1; Geo. Osbcrne, Bnngendore, 12 cows to £7 18s, avg £6 16s 2d. Woods' Great Peppermint Care, for Coughs and Colds never fails. sl 6d.
ENGLAND AGAIN VICTORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
ENGLAND AGALIN' VIOTORIOUS. AT the Sydney Orioket Ground on Saturday England defeated New South Wales by 29 points to 6. The British team, back and forward, were faster than the home team. The backs again passed in grand stile, and at great pace, but in the first half they were oooasioually faulty in handling the ball, They were exceptionally good inside near the pack, and here, as in the first match, Bush was a champion. Walsh and Burden (forwards) each scored a try for New South Wales.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
We 1l4ve ifdeived a Tfunklo ,d of ]Jew krd - COMPRISING - JVARDB O BES (Bevel Fame O o -- Glass Doors); COMBINA . TION CHEST DRAWVER1S (tvith Sninging Mirrors.) Dining and Drawing-Room Suites (Choice Patterns.) Plain and Marble-Top Waslhstands. Toilet Sets, Printed in White, Gold, and Others. 'Kitchen and Dining Tables in Pine anid Redwood. CHAIRS (Austrian) Fancy and Kitchen. A Variety Children's - Chairs. > *oeb meo meoeoeo*@Do eoeoco emocom Spring Sofas, Stretchers, Wire Mattresses, Bedsteads and Bedding of All Kinds. Ottagon & Fancy Tables, Bamboo Easels, Whatnots, Cornice Poles, Etc. .aL O-OWtOEI Z.~.XO'E O;~E NEW GROCERY & GLASSWARE NEW DESIGNS, NEW COLOURS, NEW NOVELTIES IN THE NEW STOOK. TEA SETS, DINNER SETS, AFTERNOON TEA CUPS, SUGAR BOWLS, GLASS DISHES AND TRAYS, BUTTER & JAM DISHES, SWEET TRAYS, VASES, and a Choice Soleotion of Lamps. .P IULAL I& S .O.. CHEAPSIDE. Queanbeyan Electorate, DR. BLACKALL' W ILL address MEETINGS at the follow...
BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
BURNED TO DEATH MIss Fvscai, a young woman. was fatally burned at the King's Head Hotel, Park Street, Sydney, on Sa'urday morning owing to a candle which she had left burning, igniting the bed hangings. The clothes around her had caught alight, and smoulder ed away, and all her skin from head to foot was terrib'y blistered. Her face and hands had the appearance of raw fesh,.and 'her hair was burnt to the scalp. " You sellum Wood P" the Chinaman asked, The chemist his desk forsook, And favoured his interlocutor With a calmly quizzical look. "You no savee, Me muchee cold, Me bossee telluu me, You catchum Woons' GLEAT PaEP'nx On' Makum all li I You see ?' A girl named Julia von Devereauv fell off the wharf at Watson'g Bay into the water on Friday morning, and was drowned.
COLLAPSE OF A BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
"COLLAPSE OF A.BUIILDING. A sUocIING accident occurred at Kensington S(Vio.) -when a wall on a burht out factory collapsed and' .killed two: men, seriously injuring two others, A fire recently occurred at W. S. Kimpton's flour factory 'and for some .. time past gangs of. .men ave been engagedl in demtolishing the walls whiche were left stantdiig after the conflagration. On Wednesday afternoon` file "InIen were working upon the "scaffoldibg running a gutter, along one wall to weaken it, prepar. atory to pulliog it down with' ropes, when without any? warning, the wall collapsed. .Four of t tloie mnwere hurled a distance-of eight feeit tothe ground, and overwhelmed by thirty tone of debris. When the bricks were cleareid away it was found that Henry Ferguson a married man who resided in Glasabouso Stieet, Collingwood, and H. Chionery(whcse address is not known) were dead and battered almost beyond recognition. The other men, O. Elliott and D. Miller, were in great agony, and were remove...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
Epitome of News. KI~ma is still snowbound. Polling Day has not yet been fixed. The widow of the late Phil May has been granted a civil list pension of £75 per annum. A large force of Manchurian bandits is marching on Gensan, in North-eastern Koi ea. The Victorian Government intends to ieduce the income tax by nearly one half. The new minimum will be £150. On Saturday, morning another plague infected rat was found on premises in Wharf Street, Darling Harbor. A boy named Edward Hardisty. employed by a farmer at Berrigan, committed suicide by taking poison on Friday night. On land apparently only two Japanese divisions have been left to besiege Port Arthur. The rest are converging on Kai ping with an enormous number of guns. Mr. O'Sullivan, as Minister for Lands has arranged to adopt such of the recommenda tions of the recent Farmers and Settlers' conferenbe as can be carried out without loss of revenue. Up to June 22, the lands selected-under the Act' of 1908 were:-Homestead seleo tio...
Get Your Elector's Right. GUIDE TO ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
- . et Your Elector's Right. GUIDE TO ELEOTORS. Ir you are not already in possession of an Elector's Right, ascertain if your name is enrolled on the Electoral Roll. for your District, which will be exhibited at all Post Offices within the Distriot. If your name was taken by the Police dur ing July or August, 1903, and it appears on the Roll, an Elector's Right will be delivered to you by the Police before Polling Day, provided you are residing at -the same address as when your name was collected. If your name does not appear on the Roll, and you are not in possession of an Elec tor's Right, you can obtain one (if quali.. fled) by applying either in person or by means of an application form (which may be obtained at any Post or Police Office) to the Electoral Re,?istrar for your.. Die trict. Your name will thenbe eniolled on the AdditionalURoll, which will be open up to the issue of the Writ for the Elections. To be qualified as an applicant for an Elector's Right, you must bex21 ye...
VISIT TO AN ISOLATED ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 June 1904
VISIT TO AN ISOLATED ISLAN'D. TH? captain of the American ship Elwell, which arrived in Sydney on Tuesday, states that when he was becalmed off Palmerston Island several of the inhabitants put off in a whaler and, sought the news of the world from the ship'e company. The residents of the isolated island had not been in commu nication with the outside world for a consi derable period, no vessels having been sighted off their coast for some months. The islanders made pathetic appeals for copies of old newspapers, but although all hands made a search throughout the ship not a single copy of a journal could be found. The offoers and men, however, gave the islanders what information they could respecting the principal events since the beginning of the year. The islanders ex changed curios with the crew of the Elwell for clothing, tobacco, and other articles. Palmerston Island, which was discovered by Cook on his second voyage, is a group of small islets, nine or ten in number, lying in a...