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A WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

A WOMAN -BURNT TO DEATH. .aMRS. T oMAs READING, who was 34 years of age and was living at Bingara'.with her husband, went to sit near a fire at 6 30 p.m. on Monday, having a baby three months old in her arms. In sitting down her skiyt caught fire. She immediately gave the baby to a little girl who lived with her and rushed i'to a bedroom and wrapped a. blanket alound herself, at the same time setting fire to the bed. Mrs. Reading rolled on the floor and the little girl screamed for assistance. Although there were neighbours all around some time elapsed before assistance came. When help eame Mrs. Reading was standing up in a pitiable condition. Her clothes were adhering to her i-i a charred emass Lumps of clothes and flesh fell from the body, which was black. The sight.was so dreadful that the first arrivals were- frightened to render assistance. The woman's face wasbshrivelled up, but she was perfectly conscious to the end, which took place in three hours. Mrs. Reading begged of the...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1904. PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

WITH WHICH ARIR INOORPORAT&D Queanbeyan Times, B.angendore Mirror & Cantain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JULY 1,: 1904. --. PENNY POSTAGE. A iWw regulation has been issued in rogard to postal rates for cities and towns. It is provided that the penny rate for letters of half, an ounce or under in the, var ions Shtates' capitals shall apply within a radius of 13 miles of the centre of the city. Ior provincial towns the radius is to be in accordance with the population-one mile for every 3000 residents, with a .limit of eight miles. " This regulation will projudi cally affect Queanbeyan, spelling the with drawal of the penny postage concession now prevailing in regard to letters posted from Queanbeyan to postal" addresses within the radius of 14 i~iles of the town.-'

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XXIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

The Storyteller. 'The Boute or t1 Su_ leh Dicle. OHAPTER XXIV.-CONTINUED. They paid nothing more until' they were in the open water, which was so calm, with only the lightest breath of wind stirrring, that all thought of sailing was out of the queation. Then Mr. Johnson ceased from rowing, and rested on his oars. 'Now,' said he, 'I'm going to apologise, Miss Barbara.' ' Oh, no, no-I don't wish you to It was nothing. Don't let's talk any more about it,' said she querulously. ' But I want to talk about it; I want to apologise; I must,' said Mr. Johnson, who had turned suddenly crimson in his turn as he fixed upon her a pair of flashing eyes-a gaze which there was nomistaking for anything but the passion which passed him. 'I dashed into that impudent speech just now because-because, well, because I was dying to talk to you about something, and I hadn't' the pluck to get it out in a more proper way. You sat there looking so calm that I didn't date to approaoh the subject. And so I thoug...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

Corlgestion. A Deranged Liver Regulated The Case of Mr. W. CLARKE. (r A rIPsOZAL REPORTEB.) To those who have vainly putzzle theft intellects with matters beyond their cogn-l sance, enlightenment of understanding will accrue from the following narrative, which comes from Mr. William Clarke, of Chal der-street, Marrikviille:- "I was living six years ago in West Aus tralia," said Mr. Clarke, "and I have good reason to remember that fact, because it wee there that I broke down in health from a complaint whlich I thought I would never got rid of. Thinking a change might do me good, I went to Melbourne, and Cten to llgowoood ; but wherever I1 went I was still ailing." " What from n" asked our reporter. "Congestion of the liver, and I assure you I suffered untold agonies with it. One doctor in Melbourne put fourteen leeches on my side to ease the pains, lUnt the relief did not last long, and only returned with re doubled fury. There was only one position I could lie in, and that was on my...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

SSTOOL. BALES. AT Homebnsh sales yesterday 25,500 sheep were penned. The -quality taken right through was good, although all descriptions were represented, many being light and medium, and others. prime and weighty. Orossbreds were soarce, and there were - re. markably few ewes penned. The market opened lower and 'dragged considerably be. fore closing. Values were about a shilling lower. Among the local lots sold were the following:--W. F. Rutledge, 31 w 14s .7d, 168 -w 15s 6d; J:" McOarthy, 99 xbw 18s 10d to 19s 4d, 79 xbw 18s 9d, 28 xhw 17s 11d, 45 xbw 16s ; A.'J. and J. OCunningham, Bredalbane, 277 w 15/6 to -15/7, 6 w lOs, 92.w.17/4 to17/6; G. U. P. Cironitt and Co., 143 w. 13/9, 156 w 14/10; Duntroon Estate, 43 w -15/11, 49 w 14/6, 191. w? 15/3 to :15/65; J. Gallagher, Jun., Bungendore, 5 xbw 18/6, 14.w 17/11, 78 w .l6s; There 'were..771. battle yarded;the market opened '15s bettei, and closed very firm;. The only looal, lot-sold was thlatof •Lukins. and Masters, of.Gndgunby, w...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

A LETTER entitled " Land Legislatioo," is held over for next issue. - THE return football match between Talla, gandra and Sutton took place on Saturday, aed resulted in a win for the former team by 15 points to nil. For; the winners tries were obtained by the following players: B. Butler (2), W. Elliott, B. Casey, and M. Ryan (one eaoh). The game was a wellcontested one throughout, and some sterling play was exhibited. Mr. T. A. Lake acted as referee, and his deoisions were not questioned.. hMETRORLOGIOAL,-Readings at "No. 2 Observing Station Qneanbeyao, for week ending July 1, 1904:-Barometer-28 9, 29.0, 28'9, 28 2, 28'8, 28 6, 28'4. Thermo metor-(Max.) 49.7, 61.0, 50.0, 49-3,"48"0, 44"0, 467 : (Miu) 21'7 19'0, 19"0, 21'7, 20"0, 23'7, 30"0. Rain 1 day 0'02. Rainfall for Junie-- days, 0'88 points. Mn. ]3OSGARD will arrive;in Queanbeyan on his usual monthly visit on Tuesday even ing next, and remain for a period of eight days, leaving again on Thursday, July 14th The sugar growers in...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Majura Sports. COMMITTEE—Messrs. W. Dunn, Walter McIntosh, John Harman, Wm. Butt, Joe Mayo, Jas. McIntosh, Thos. Harman and G. McInues; STARTER—Mr. Tom Mayo; JUNGES—Messrs. W. E. Gale and S. E. Clifton; HANDICAPPER—Mr. T. A. Trotter; TREASURER—Mr. Walter McIntosh; SECRETARY—Mr. G. McInoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

Maj nra Sports.' CourrmTE - Messrs. W. Dunn, Walter McIntosh, John Harman, Winm. Butt, Joe 6 Mayo, Jas. McIntosh, Thos. Harman and G. McInnes; STARTER-Mr. Tom Mayo; Jonas?-Mebers. W. E. Gale and S. E. Clifton; H aNDICAPPER-Mr. T. A. Trotter; TRBASURER--Mr. Walter McIntosh; Ss CRETAaY-Mr. G. McInnes. Ta.a Sports promoted for the purpose of raising funds to procure the necessary ma terials required under the new educational system which has recen ly come into opera tion, were held on Wednesday last in a paddock adjoining the homestead of Mr. J. M. hioIntosh, J.P. The sports committee had gone to a deal of trouble in preparing the ground, having formed a splendid bicycle track, running track, and cleared and marked out a football ground. The attendance was very fair, all things considered, visitors being present from Qneanbeyan and the nei'h bouring localities. "The weather conditions were unfavourable for out.door sports, a cold biting wind from the snow-capped' ranges sweeping across...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

FOOTBALL MAATOt. In addition to the above programme of events a footb ll match was arranged to be played between Queanbeyan and a com biced country team. Queanboyan were re presented by a very poor team, having to include several juniors. On the other hand the country had some of the best men of the district in their team, viz-, the Rowley Bros., MoInnes B-os., Casey Bros, and Boyd. Messrs. P. Naylor and 0. McInues captained the respective teams The spin of the coin came in favour of the country team who defended the eastern goal. Queanbeyan put the ball in motion and the country, immediately commenced an attack upon their opjioneins'oitadol,>foroing.the play into t.he ocruer of their goal line wbere the Mall became dead. Dropped out some very fast forward play was sh.wn in which the Casey Bros. were very conspiouous. Following a bit of loose play Casey secured and running strongly almost scored. A serum was shortly after formed when Yates essayed a run but was quickly grassed. P...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 July 1904

U UBSB'RI PTI4IIN. . 1 " i o .. -2 t0 bUfl CWrlljlluti. uA.l t" II i t.iC at nl~t ii. ý.s- THE PIONEER NEWSL APER, Established 1860. (ESTABLISHED 1860.) THE Queanbeean Asr is one of the oldest and best-known advertising mediums in the Southern districts, and commands a large and ever increasing circulation throughout Rungendore, Canberra, Captain's Flat, Giuinderra, Gundarso, Hoskingtowo, Mioalago, Molonglo and Southern districts generally. Published on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. TO ADVERTIBERS. .J tididiu tt efti ir i$ the 1feyftoq e of ad a.xd ,by dvTei'ti$ir?g iq th~e ~ 3ou feyde te, v ue fof your ote:, y. ADVERýTIfldG SCBALE: One Imh - - - - 2s Od, Each succeeding Inch - - is Op,. >.: 1Special Rate for Standing. Advertisemien s. Of every Description at Sydiyney Price. Circulars, Billheads, Account Forms, Delivery Books, Posters, Dodgers, Menu Oard a Ball Programmes, Visiting Cards, Business Cards, &o. TWO T &iA.1' 'BILLY' 'GOLDENIA YOU know "BILLY" TEA of ...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

OCIAPTER II. 'Anyone living hero of the name af Lucas ?' asked a burly policeman, standing at the door of the old house in Whiteobspel. 'This house belongs to Mrs. Lucsa, and what may you please to want?' asked E.annah in a tone of mingled fear and de finance. 'You needn't be so highty-tighty, my girl -I'm not going to take you into custody! But there's been an accident on the line, and a woman with this address in her pocket has been taken to Guy's Hospital; you'll have to go there sharp and see after her, for she sent word she wanted her servant to go to her.' [TO DE OONTINUED.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Storyteller. A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

The Storyteller. A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER I. Miss MADEL, won't you come down stairs ' ( What is it, Hannah? Dons my aunt want me P'-in a tone of dismay. 'No, no, my dear, she is snre in her room, busy cver her accounts, but I am feeling a bit lonely-like, and I thought it would be more lively if yiu would come and sit with me in the kitchen, instead of being.all alone in this mudd!oe.' ' I rather like this muddle, do you know ? At least I love the books,' and Mable rose with some regret, and laid down a ponderous volume in a fine tooled binding. 'It is a queer lot, ain't it?'and the servant looked round the room with great disfavour. SYes ; but some of the things are lovely if they ware not so dirty, and I am quite sorry when Mr. Brown comes and takes away some of the best in his big ceart.' 'Ah, well I there's some may like them' but they- area litter to me and nought else,, and Hannah ocast an unuappreciative glance at Empire cabinets, Buhl tbles, Louis Size chairs, Sheraton boo...

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PNEUMONIA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

PNEUMONIA Always results from a cold or from an attack of influenza. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy not ouly cures these diseases, but counteracts any tendency towards pneumonia. Sold by Hayes and Russell,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

MEN WOMEN fT i as good for women as for men. Women ofc tjj?le need a vitalising tonic Wolfc's Schnapps hs always been " fine thirng for 9 tir a suffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps is an old honest all-round tonic. beverage and household remedy, You get nothing but lastin~ good from its use. - ASK FOR Waolfe's Schnapps and-TAKE NOTHING ELSE. LADIES.-DR. BOXWELL'S Amess BIlent Pills ar used successfully the world : rer. Sol by all hqmlst. Is. sd. per box. enslst Sgsettilngthes. pins, and di mot be persu?sed to - Age. - THE ONLY COUGH MEDICINE FREE SFROM NARCOTICS. After the enactment of the Poisons Act the Pharmacy Board of New South Wales had an analysis made of the cough medicine.s that were sold on the market. Oat of the entire lises they found oniy one that they declared was en tirely free from all narcotics. This exception was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which proves it to be the safest and best that can be had. It is especially recommended for Ooughs, colds, croup and whooping cou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

Hospital Mleeting. Trav usual monthly meeticz of the committee of management of the Queanheyan District H,?spi'al was held in the hoard room last Friday afternoon. In the absence of Mr. Fred Campbell, from whom a letter of apol. ogy stated that the cause os his abseno' was illness was read, Mr. A. H. Garraw'y was voted to the chair. There were also present: SI Messrs F. J. L. Dunlop, H. J. JefEreys, Dr. al Richardson, and the Secretary. nt Correspondence was re.d from the Chief w Secretary's Department, Sydney, in reply to at a communication from the local committee o0 requesting that a free roilwav pass be granted tl to the little boy Bobby Kirchner, whom they tc contemplated removing to Prince Alfred s' Hospital. The letter had been presented to t the Department through the Hoen. E. W. ft O'Sullivan, and the reply was in the nega- a tive. e The Secretary stated he had interviewed t several of the committee, who decided that a they should act upon the resolution carried at the last...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MRS. THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

DEATH OF MRS. THOMPSON. ON last Saturday morning the death took place of Louisa Anne Thompson, the wifeof Mr. 'John Thompson, of East Queanbeyan. Deceased had been ailing for some consider. able time, and was for a number of years previous to her death a comfirmed invalid, owing to a paralytic- stroke received some years ago. In spite. of -the strenuous endeavours made to cure the poor woman of this pitiable affliction all attempts failed and she passed away as. stated above.: Mrs. Thomoson had a large connection of relatives and friends in this distriot,was only 42 years of age, and leaves a family of five to mourn their loss. Sympsithy is felt for the bereaved husband in, his trouble. The, funeral arrangements were entrusted to Mr. H. Lazarus, and yesterday afternoon a large. number of sorrowing friends collected at the residence of the deceased and followed the remains to their last resting place..

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ONLY COUGH MEDICINE FREE FROM NARCOTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

THE ONLY COUGEI MEDICINE FREE F'ROI NARCOOTIOS. After the enactment of the Poisons Aot the Pharmacy Board of New South Wa'es had an analysis made of the ough medicines that were sold on the market. Out- of the entire lists they found only one that they declared was en tirely free from all narcotics. This exception was Chamberlain's Cough Remiedy, which proves it to be the safest end beat that can be had. It is especial ly recommended for Coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, and may be given to the li tie ones with absolute security. 'For sale by Hayes and Russell. There is a decrease of £78,486 in the State revenue for, the 12 months ended last Thursday. Mr. Bennet Burleigh reports that the Japanese captured Kaiping on Sunday, after severe fighting. A telegram from Gensan, Korea, states that the Vladivostooksquadron has opened an attaak on that place' For Chronl OeChet Complaints, Woods' Great LPeppermint Oure.1ls 01. The area of land selected in the State since the new'Crown La...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPOINTMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE FORTHCOMING ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

APPOINTMENL'8 IN OONNEOTION WITH THE FORTHCOMING. ELEOTION, WE have been informed by the new Return ing Officer that his instructions are tu. the effeot that, in making the necessary appoint ments of his Deputies and Poll.Olerks' for the various polling places throughout this extensive electorate, he must, wher'ever practicable, select local gentlemen of educa. tion and probity in whom the electors generally have confidence. Therefore it: will be incumbent on him to choose from the numerous applicants (a 'daily increasing number) the best material available, and to avoid as far as possible the employment of even otherwise qualified persons, if their appointment would involve the cost of travelling. The number of polling places is far gleater than in the old electorate ; and instead of hiring private premises as heretofore, the public school buildings and court houses wherever suitable will be 'azetted as poll!ng booths. The Returning Officer desires us to say that all applications f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BUNGLING ADMINISTRATION OF ELECTORAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

THE BUNGLING ADMINISTRATION OF ELECTORAL MATTERS. UNDEx the above heading the Braidwood Dispatch says .-The appointment -of the fresh Returning Officers under the new Electoral Act consequent upon reduction of members was gazetted last Saturday, with the omission, however, of six of them, the officer for the Queanbeyan electorate being among the number. It will be seen by our telegrams that Mr. John Gale, of Queanbeyan has been appointed to the office. Under the old Act Braidwood and Queanubeyan were each the head of their separate electorates, and the question was as both towns are now in the one electorate, which of them was to take precedence of the other. The powers that be in their wisdom so as to conciliate both torwns made a compromise by naming the electorate after Queanbeyan and fixing. the Chief Registrar's office in Braidwood, Mr. Williams, O.P.S., being appointed to the office. This officer has since been busily engaged in the peformance of his new duties with the help a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

AGE AND EXPERIENL CE CO[MiMviEND YANKE da 0 L E1 I B.3 A r * Tba.t SSuits. It will suit you If you like Good Tobacco. 3i IN PLUGS OR AIR-TIGHT TINS, DARK or BRIGHT, BOOMERANG BRANDY. THE LONDON TIMES.-" A SOUND, HONEST BRANDY." THE LANOET.-" OF A FRAGRANCE, PURITY AND QUALITY SECOND TO NONE. THE BRITISa MEDICAL JOURNAL.-" A PURE PRODUOr, WELL WORTHY THE ATTENI'ION OF THE PROFESSION. WELCOME NUGGET . TOBACCO. THE VERY BEST and HIGHEST GRADE TOBi\CO, MANUFACTURED IN AMER{IA, Obtainable in Plugs, and Cut, in 2oz. and 4oz. tins. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. IS NOW TIHE FAVOURITE S1IOKIL E. Manufactured fromn the Best Selected Lealf. A,.:HIGH: GRADE TOBACOO AT A MODERATE PRICE. A FAVORITE RESIEDY F')R BABIE3. [ts pleasant tasty and prompt cures have mide Ohamberlain's Oouuh Remedy a favorite with the mthers of small chrillren. It quickly cures their coyghs and c tids and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious conse quences. It not only cures croup, but when given as soon as the oraupy co...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our New Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 July 1904

Our New Electorate. THE new Eleotor'al District of Qceanbeyan, the Returning Officer informs us, includes the headquarters Division of Qucanbeyan, which embraces about one-third of the entire area, the remaining Divisidns being Braid wood, Bungendore,; tBungonia, Captain's Flat, Collector, Gundaroo: Gutnning, Nerrig a, and Tarago. There are 38 existing polling places, at three of which, and possibly more, there will be at least two polling booths. The number of polling places will have to be 'inoreased to provide for the pressure occa sionedby the Women's Franchise Act. To this end petitions have a ready been received from Williamsdale, Mayfield and Belmont Forest, and are under consideration. Other centres believing t:emselves to be entitled to polliing places for the public convenience should send in their requisitions during the present week, as Mr. Gale's instructions are to give his immediate attention to the matter of-. appointing additional polling p'aces, which must be gaize...

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