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NOT THE MAN WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
: NOT THE MAN WANTED. Coo?.A, Thursday.--Constable Armour, of Greytown, New Zealand, arrived this morn ing for the purpose of identifying the man Baker, who was arrested at Kiandra nearly a fortnight ago on suspicion of being identical with M'Kenzie, or Ellis, who is wanted for the murder of .a man named Collinson at To Awaite in February. Constable Armour says that Baker is not the man wanted, though his description tallies with that of the offender. It is not yet known what will be done with Baker, who has developed a strange manner, being melancholy, and morose.
STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
STOOK SALES AT Homebusl yesterday' there were 15,000 sheep and lambs penned; the quality was good. Values showed a slight improve ment. Since our last report the following lots were sold :-A. Ryrie, Micholago, 126 w 14/4, 71w 15/4, 3 w 13/; T. J. Kelly, Michelago, 41 w 15/1, 55 w 17/3; Bywong Station, sningendore, 50 xbe 18/8, 234 e 17/4, 75 e 16/9. There were 743 cattle yarded, consisting la~gly of good prime quality. Cows were scarce. BIidding was strdng for all descriptions, and values higher than the rates ruling" last Monday. The following local lots have been sold during the week:--A. J. and J. Ounningham, Queanbeyan, 35 bullocks £9 1/3; S. J. Shanahan Bungendore, 21 bolloekse£7 19/ G. Osborne, Bungendore, 8 bullocks £11 1/; Mu. H. MOORE is making rapid progress with his new building in Monaro Street. Tax Rev. Michael Smith, B.A., takes his departure from Queanbeyai to-night. FowRT electors were present at Mr. A M. Millard's meeting at Uriarra post office yesterday afternoon. ...
Garden and Field Calendar for July, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
Garden and Field Calendar for July, 1904. (B1 A. Lansdowne, S-ed.lman, Goulburn.) JULY is another deai- month, where there is little growth in anything. All digging, manuring, and heavy work should be pushed ahead, and everything got in order for t. e busy months of spring. Land cannot be too deeply cultivated - shallow soil will not stand drought-and suitable plant food in the shape of fertilizers and manures must be given. Sow in drills where possible, and give plenty of zoom. The weather will be severe generally. Some good rains are likely. Promises are for a wet spring. Kitchen Garden.-Sow peas (Shiel's Day break, Wm. Hurst, and Little Gem are good early ones, also Daisy and Dr. Stuart; old Yorkshire Hero is a reliable kind for main crop) broad beans, union seed, raddish, carrot, parsnip, lettuce, and cabbage. Field. - Sow oats, Cape and skinless barley, rape, mangels, carrots, cookefoot, rye and prairie grass, tares, peas, etc. Orohard.-Finish planting and pruning. Get proper a...
CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
OHAPTEt iII. The fnneral was over. Mabel, Hannah and Mr. West had followed the old woman to her last resting-place, and Mr. West had returned Aith them to the house in White obapel. ' I think you will be surprised to hear, Miss Trenton, that your aunt has left me your guardian,' Mr. West began,. as he followed Mabel into hoe dingy parlour. ' My guardian I' she exclaimed in astonish ment. ' Yes, your anut thought more of you than you imagine. She told me that she had not a friend in the world, and begged me to look after you ,till you came of age. I could not refuse a dying request, so I consented.: I shall do my best for you, and hope you will look on me as a friend.' Mabel started at him in astonishment. A friend P In all her nineteen 'years she had never known a friend except her faithful Hannah I She had read of guardians' in books-sometimes they were kind, but often they were-dreadfully wicket; besides, people were made guardians to girls to guard their large fortunes, ho what w...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
Local andi General. LAsr week four feet of snow fell at - Kianara. No criminal cases for the Quarter Sessions n next month. - WnEATis firm in Sydney at from 2/111 to 3s per bushel. 5 THERE is no improvement in the health of. Sir George Dibhs. c MR. MILLARD is announced to speak at a Sutton on next Monday night. THn Military Ball heldat Bnugendore last f Friday night was very successful. It is in- 2 tended to make the ball an annual affair. MR. C. C. HALL, of Yass, purchased two stud rams at the Sydney sheep sales-- one for 2C guineas and the other for 30 guineas. Dn. BLACKALL has been busy in the Braid. wood portion of the electorate during the week. A NUGGET of gold weighing between 150 and 200 ounces las been unearthed ab Mount Morgan (Queensland). The annual meeting of the Queanbeyan School of Arts will be.held on the 26th in stant.. . XOTRiNG more than has previously been pu'blished by us'- has been feard of Mr. Higgins' candidature. , Ms. SLoco~Bu, of Goulbur , wises us to` ann...
CAPTAIN'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
SOAPTAIN'S FLAT (From Our Correspondent) VALEzanTORY - On Tuesday evening, 8th instant, a few of Mr. Myles Roach's friends assembled at Mr. W. F. Burridge's Miner's Arms Hotel for the purpose of bidding him farewell, and having a parting glass prior to his departure for Ohatewood, to where he has recently received notice of his trans ferrence. Myles has been employed as tele graph messenger in the post office here for the past five years and in consequence of his strict attention to his duties, and civil and obliging demeanour, he has earned for him self the respect and esteem of all who knew him ; in fact he had become quite a universal favourite. However, he fully recognises that in severing his connection from all. his old friends and admirers that the best of friends must part and that he wi!l have far greater chances of promotion in a large otfice like Chatswood (where there is, I believe, a staff of eighteen) than in a sm',ll offioe like Captain's Flat. In bidding 'his gentlem...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
M11unicipal Council. Tax usual fortnightly meeting of the above I sat last night; there were present : Alder men Hungerford (M'ayor), K?nox, Collett, a McPherson, Atkinson, Dixie, and Hinckaman. t Correspondence was read from the Trea sury regarding applications forwarded from Queanbeyan through the Council for blan- I kets. An alderman inquired whether the Council had endorsed these applications, I and the Mayor replied in the negative. They were merely received by the Mayor and forwarded to the Department. Nothing definite had yet been done. The other correspondence read consisted of the customary forms for the quarterly information from the Board of Health; applications from Messrs. J. T. Collett and C. Hardy for slaugtering licenses ; from the Treasury intimating that the sum of £65 13a, being amount of road subsidy, had been placed to the credit of the Council; and a letter signed by 20 members of the Queanbeyan Women's Political Association requesting the Council Chambers be p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
A PREFERENTIAL J t MATTER. I I ti Fills the (Customs) Bill / ALL SMOKERS who believe in quality first and foremost. When this is the case Yankee Doodle IN PLUGS or'AIR-TIGHT TINS "Y D" MIXTUREI DARK or BRIGHT. is preferred to all others. BOOMERANG BRANDY. THE LONDON TIMES.-" A SOUND, HONEST BRANDY." TrTE L4NCET.-" OF A FlAGRANCE, PURTTY AND QUALITY SECOND TO NONE. THE BRITISE MEDIOAL JOURNAL.-" A PURE PRODUCT, WELL WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF THE PROFESSION. WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO. THE VERY. BEST and HIGHEST GRADE -TOBC00, MANUFACTURED IN AMERICA, Obtainable in Plugs, and Cut, In 2oz. and 4oz. tins. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. IS NOW THE FAVOURITE SMOKE. , Manufactured from the Best Selected Leaf. A. HIGH GRADE TOBACCO AT A MODERATE PRICE. .1·· PNEUMONIA Always results from a onld 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.
PASTURES BOARD CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
PASTURES BOARD CONVENTION. THE annual Convention of the Pastures Board was opened in Sydney on Monday evening under the presidency of Mr. O'Sulli van, minister for lands. The chief grievance m aembors.bave is that the goveromet appoint their chabiren:. • The members of tbe boards claim .this right of election. Stockowners and the Farmers and Settlers' Association have protested against the government making the appointments. The convention carried.a motion that the chairmau should be elected annually by the members. A'denial was given to the statements made at the Local Government Conference that the bhoards would be glad to be abolisl:ed. It was explained that one board had been asked to nominate a chairman, but the government disregarded the selection, and made another choice, whereupon half the members resigned. The convention concluded its sittings on Tuesday, and on Wednesday afternoon the delegates had an excursion on the barboar. Among the propositions brought forward was the...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1904. EXCITING EXPERIENCE WITH A LUNATIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
WITH WHICH ARS INOORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Cautain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1904. EXCITING EXPERIENCE WITH.A LUNATIC. Tsx secretrry of the Kew Asylum, (Vie.), Mr. Valiance, had an unpleasant experience with an inmate of that institution on Saturday afternoon. For several years one of the patients, who has always been regarded as "harmless," has been acting in the cap.city of servant to Mr. Valiance, and during that time his conduct has always been sunch as to strengthen the opinion that he was thoroughly trustworthy. On Satur. day afternoon, however, he suddenly broke out into, a fit of uncontrollable rage, and picking up an axe that was lying near hit Mr. Valiance on the head with it, rendering him unconscious. Mr. Valiance, it seemed, had merely asked the nan' to 'harness the horse, and apparently it was this request which .so violently incensed the servant. Fortunately, Mrs. ValIance was close by, and she called for help. The engineer em ployed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
DYSPEPTIC DEBILITY. A REMARKABLE CURE The Case of Mrs. E. YEATMAN. (nr oua REPORTER.) Everyone capable of forming a judgment upon the matter will readily admit that, the reporter's time wias well employed when he elicited the following information from Mrs. Emtnua YeOataun, shopkeeper, of South. street, Granville, whuse own words were: " I was so weary and weak after an at tack of influenzo a some eight years back that I really thought I was sinking away. iMy woetkatesa was so pronounced thlat for two mointolls I wits co fined to my bed; und there is no doubn thaLt I hadl a spoll of terrible hardships. It was an uncommon thing for me to .tL any sleep, as my brain was so iun. naturally act ti e that I culd dtlo nthiiag but think and tl.ink till morning: and the worst pa:rt of it uao thur any thoughts were neves Ila.'.sailtt t les. Th'lero was always trouble loamiag ahead in smy mind, and, likely enough, my hjirits sank to a very low eb.l, Such a nacl.nlci!y condition I had never lcea...
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
CHURCI NOTICES. -SUNDAY, JULY 10. Cauncu OF ENGuLAND.-Queanbeyau 11 a.m. ani 7 p.m.; Burra 3 p.m.-Rev. W. M. WVnite, l in:stcr. Canberra 11 a.m.; LanJon 3.30 p.m. Rev. P. G Smith, Minister. METuODIST.-Queanbeyan 11 a.m.-Mr. G. Bouthwoll; 7.30 p.m.-Mr. S. Southwell (Woodburn) ; Wattle Park 11 a.m.-Mr. O. IV. Southwell; Wattle Park 7 p.m.-M-r. Samson S muthwell; Woodfield 3 p.m.-Mr. G. Southwell ; Neljnra 3 pm.- Mr. Joo. Gale.--Rev, W. btewart, Mluiater ROMAN OA?ruoLIo.-Qucanbeyan 8.30 a.m.; Tuggrunoug 11 a.m.-Rev. Father Hylaud, Priest.
An Appeal to Electors. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
An Appeal to Electors. Tns Evangelical Council of New South Wales in making an appeal to the electors of the State oharacterises the elections near at hand as one invested with special interest, inas much as, for obvious reasons, the issues in volved are of transdedent, moment. There are,'says apamphletreceived by this office, many questions to be considered, and, upon the decision arrived at, the good government and future prosperity.of New South Wales depend. Men of high character are required. Political questions have their moral bearings which are far'aid away the most important. The fundamental aim of this Council is " to advocate the application of* the law of Christ in every relation to human life, to promote social morality, and to attack public evils." In dealing with the drink , traffo the little pamphlet quotes Judge Murray at Albury recently, when that learned: gentleman as serted that he was convinced that if the State stopped the sale of alcoholioliquor,there would coo...
WHY HAVE BILE BEANS SUCCEEDED? [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
WHY HAVE BILE BEAN3 SUO CEEDED ? SIMaLY because of their unequalled curative properties. People always prefer the best- you do yourself. A few years ago Bile Beans were stocked only by a few of the leading Australasian chemists; to-day every J medicine vendor of note the whole world over stooksr them, and they are the most widely used family medicine. Their origin and their increase is most interesting. Same years ago, an eminent scientist, discovered a purely vegetable substance which has the peculiar property of acting on the human system in exactly the same way as nature's animal substtaue, bile. After inach careful study he combined thi& substance with some eight other vegetable ingredients. and then concentrated the pioduot so obtained until a suitable dose could be comprestted into the space offered by a small bean. This medi cine, made up in the form of" a bean for the i bile," soon became widely known as Bile Beaus, their use simply rovolutionised the old method of p...
A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER II —CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER II -CONTINUED. ' TnEN slio ain't dead ?' 'Not as Iknow of-anyway, not too0 dead to send a message. Now hurry up,. there'a a good girl,' and the policeman strode away down the street, while Ilannah, much per turbed though secretly pleased at being addressed as "my girl " by the man in blue hurried to inform Mabel that an accident had happened to her aunt, and that she herself was off to the hospital to bring her home. 'You'd best light . fire in your..aunt's room, Miss Mable, if you don't mind.' ' Won't she be angry? And oh, Hannah though aunt is not very kind, I do hope she isnot hurt! What shall we doif she has to stay in the hospital?' ' Don't you trouble about it, miss. It will be' all right, and my' belief is that missis is too tough for even the train to be able to hurt her much I' And Hannah hurried out of the house,' while Mabel in riather lazy manner began carrying out her instructions. Her mind was full of conjectures. What was going to happen now...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 July 1904
SUBSCRIPTION. In Adv~.~cc, (Tonv) 2s 2d ier Quarter. ,, (Country) s 6J ,, ,, SubscripItions may commence or discontinue at lly time. 0o g- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. ** **~4 * s ®Q®® SBrh "(luri tl iral tg (ESTABLISHED 1860.) T HE Queanseyan Age is one of the oldest and best-known advertising mediums in the Southern districts, and commands a large and ever inoreasin ocirculation throughout Bungendore, Oanberra, Captain's Flat, Gininderra, Gondareo, Hoak;ngtown, Mioalago, Molonglo and Southern districts generally. Published on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. TO ABYERTISRM : " Judidiou, Rdveitisirig iF the Keyftorie of $udde$? rtpd by Rdvefti$iqg iq thle 1q1 you fedeive value foi youi 1roey. ADVERTISING SCALE : One Inch - - - - .2s Od. Each succeeding Inch - - is Od. . Special Rate for Standing Advertisemenls. Of every .Description at 4ydnoy JPrices. Circulars, Billheada, Account Fornms, Delivery Books, Postors, Dodgers, Menu OCards Ball Programmes, Visiting Cards, Busine...
Garden and Field Calendar for July, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 July 1904
Garden and Field Calendar for July, 1904. S(Bb: A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, Goulburn.) Ju.L is another deal month, where there is little growth in anything. All digging, manuring, and heavy work should be pushed ahead, and everything got in order for the busy months of spring. Land cannot be too deeply cultivated - shallow soil will not stand drought-and suitable plant food in the shape of fertilizers and manures must be given. Sow in drills where possible, and give plenty of zoom. The weather will be severe generally. Some good rains are likely. Promises are for a wet spring. Kitchen Garden.-Sow peas (Shiel's Day. break, Wm. Hurst, and Little Gem are good early ones, also Daisy and Dr. Stuart; old Yorkshire Hero is a reliable kind for main crop) broad beans, union seed, raddih, carrot, parsnip, lettuce, and cabbage. Field. - Sow oets, Cape and skinless barley, rape, mangels, carrots, cocksfoot, rye and prairie grass, tares, peas, etc. Orchard.-Finish planting and pruning. Get proper ad...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 July 1904
Local and General. YARRALUMLA ball on next Tuesday night week. A TELEPHONE exchange has been opened at Cooma with 22 subscribers. TEE annual meeting of the School of Arts will be held on Tuesday night next. ALL unregistered stock found on the com mon after the 18th instant will be impounded. POLLING-DAY is fixed for Saturday, 6th B August. Nominations close on the 26th instant. TaH Watson Government is expeoted to have a majority of two or more if Reid cen t sures it. THE political campaign is now reaching its zenith. The tale will be told in less than tour weeks' time. THE closing of 37 hotels in Victoria by the local option vote may result in compen sation amounting to nearly £50,000. MR. JENNINGs, who has been in charge of t the Naas public school for some time, has been transferred to the Burra public school. THE Rev. J. Fussel, the newly appointed Presbyterian Minister to this parish,preached e his first sermon at Queanbeyan on Sunday morning. MR. WALLACE W. HARKINS , dentist, ...
LAST FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 July 1904
LAST FEDERAL ELEOIION3. AT the Small Debts Court at Deniliquin last Thoreday, John Kelly, presiding officer, sued W. A. Newman, divisional returning officer, Melbourne, for £2 2s, for services rendered. A verdict was given for the amount claimed, with 81 cosis. The registrar of the court received a wire after the verdict from the Department, saying the amount had been posted. Other claimants intend to sue defendant for services rendered.