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TAP ROOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

TAPROOTS. . Tiio chief of these are carrots, loef, and pMTOips. In every case tbe soil Bhould be. dwrij worked and moderately manured but the drcrang should be buried wpII down Then the soil should be thoroughly broken or pulveriied, and if not nice and loose, then be forked over 6in. deep, to make it fit to receiro the seed. Sow parsnips in drills Win: apart and carrots and beet at 12in

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUTTER FROM GOATS' MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

BUTTEK FBOM GOATS' MILE. The making of butter from goats' milk ia a process as yet imperfectly understood, but i. i», nevertheless au important matter to the goat-koepor, who frequently finds him frff in tho position-especially in tho spring time—of having more milk on hand than can of tuch into butter at onco disposes of th« difficulty, and for tbe information of tbo' who may be inclined to auction tho exped iency of this proceeding I may explain that E'h£ ?r- S'11? «'**'' not »P«2r in flavour to that from cows, is at least aa gnod, while it poanttaos tho advantago of a ie«ect freedom from the germs of the much feared tuberculosis. Of the various methods in whicl i butter making nay bo carried out, tbe most satisfactory, rwha.pi, » tbat sur. Bested by Mr. Bryan H.uk™a well known authority on .the goat. Mr. HooV advises that tho milk bo allowed to stand in should be heated over a stove until a rinir is observed npon tbe wrinkled surface ol ae cream of the sizo of the bottom of ia p«...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROFITABLE POTATO GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

PROFITABLE TOTATO GROWING. iniJSJr' COnr8° of la!t rear a Euml''of interesting experiments were omiod out at i ^'po'tnral and HorUcultunil Soliool of the Cheshire County Council -ith the object of determining the moBt pro6tablo and nro ducUve_ method of cultivating the po£to. *'° »uuionuea ivcre iriiucnoed iu their selection of this orop on acoountofthe verv extensive area annually devoted to its cult/. vaUon within tho borders of their county and the moans and funds at their disposal enabled them to mike Uicir oipsriments both comprehensive and exhaustive. The triala were continued througbont the ordinary cropping Bcasons, and do results of the same aro now made knofrn to the public Doslina with the potato in general tie experimentcra arj of opinion: (1) That whole sets produce a heavier yield of (alablo potatoes than cut sots ; (2) that whole «ets produco more buahv haulms and a larger percentage of small potatoes than OTt seta; (3) tblt (rcnerall whole sets about the sito of a he...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NILE LILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

NILE LILY. When the arum or Nile lily has done blooming the plants should be kept cool aud he freely watered, then, after, may bo stood outdourainatatbcrsliady plaooto ba hard coed for tho summer. If the pots oan be plunged in ashes or oooon fibre, so much the better. They will need ample wstarinK. »«ny growers (urn their plant* out of pots, plant tnem outdoors, tlien lift and repot into larger ones in the autumn.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE QUEEN'S AWKWARD PRESENT [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

THE QUEEN'S AWKWARD PRESENT The French colony of New Caledonia is troubled by the depredations of deer which multiply with maxrolluus rapidity aud invade tho plantations, whore they do great mischiof, even climbing up into tho granaries. A curious feature of the trouble in that the deer are not nativo, but are tho offspring of a present made to the colony by the Queen of Ens-land. A scientific writer draws from this fact a lesson that it is well to te cautious concern ing tho gifts of animals we may beBtow upon other countries, and not mako them without advice from exports concorninff the conditions and contingencies. Ribbits in Australia, tho mongoose in Jamaica, and the Now Caledonian deer afford instances in which such gifts, made with tho best intentions, have resulted disastrously. It is said that the farmers of the State of Maine havo also sufl'e-cd from tho incursions jf deer sinoo restrictions wero placod upon the hunting of them.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

AMeWtpm —Will be held on Saturday and Monday . . . . . . APRIL 22nd and 24th on the Queanbeyan Show Grounds. fiOA ALL COMERS EASTER 3J^J\J HANDICAP of 100 yards, run in heats ; £ 15 first prize, £$ second, 30s third, ios fourth. --?' til f\ SOUTHERN DISTRICTS 3^±U HANDICAP.of.-75 yards, run in heats, for all runners south, of Goul burn and not beyond Junee. £?; first prize, 30s second, £1 third, ios fourth. Nominations for All-comers' Easter Handicap 5s, acceptance 2S 6d. Nominations for District Handicap 3s, acceptance 2s. Nominations for both Easter and Dis trict Handicaps accompanied by their re spective fees to be in the hands of the Secretary or. Wednesday, 5th of April. Handicaps declared and posted to all entrants on Monday, 10th of April. Acceptances for both handicaps must be with the Secretary on Monday, 17th of April. All nominators -br both handicaps must send by authority the names of two res pectable men and their addresses, not necessarily for reference except where a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN. LEMON PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

mil ass qabqiw. LEMON PLANT. Triers are two periods at which the lemon plant, aloysia nltriodora, oan be propagated. O e is when (he plants make new shoots in the spring, then if these, when 3in long, be taken off with a tiny piece of heel or old wood attached, aud be set thickly into pots in undy soil, watered, then oovered with _» bell glase and stood in a warm frame, they soon make roots again ; they may be propa gated by putting in etont young tops as out liugt in August, and treated as before.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HONOURS SPARINGLY BESTOWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

HONOURS SPARINGLY BESTOWED. Titles are cheapened, and, in a sense, ren dered contemptible when they are easily at tained and lavishly bestowed, as in onr own country during the last oentury. In Queen Elizabeth's time such distinctions were not accorded witbont weighty and undeniable cause. The Order of tbe Garter was con sidered by that queen a sufficient recompense to Sir Philip Sidney for his retailing the ironercd orown of Poland; and tho great WBlslngbam received no higher an hauou-. Sir Iranois Drake, for his voyage round the. world and his astonishing oxrfcits against the-Spaniards, was simply knighted by the queen, and an additional bearing to his coat arms waa granted to him. Sir Thomas Oresham, for procuring the protecting of the Spanish bills at Genoa, and thereby retarding tbe expedition of the ? Invinniblo Anradi' for a whole year ; forbnilding the Exchange at his own expense,- and founding and en lowing seven professorships, was thought to ifhOlT «2ffi=j»«y«f Highly rew...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

[ District News. | YASS. ? Srifc ? [From the Tmm-NK.I On Friday morning the death took place of Mr. James Davis, at North Yass, from cancer. * * * Miss Nellie Comins, third daughter of Mr. 'William Comins, of Yass, died in the Lewisham Hospital, Sydney, 011 Saturday morning, after an operation. * * * Mr. Thos. Scanlon, a well known district figure, and of later years hotelkeeper in Cootamundra, died there at the end of last week. * * * Yass is having its share of the the stormy weather conditions from the coast, but so far com parative! y little rain has fallen. Recently there was a fine shower out at Murrumbatemaii .

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVEL. The Martlet Seal. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

NOVEL. The Marflei Seal. Bj Jeanelle Walworlh. CHAPTER I. Tbere was an ait of suppressed exo itement shout the bonse and the yard premises at IV Lite Ciiffa which could cot fail to impress tlo most careloss observer. The atmosphere sceiccd. charged with anticipation, which found txpression in enMusl bit agitated activity during the entbtj torenoon. The j*d place hold fts breath Silt wen. Jf/, 'Without, a pabbath-Ufcettpose enwrapped jfliU things. In tboamnglront yard, where K- more than a doten cagtBrr-old live-oaks p oonipired to disconragBBu growth of the k grass, leafy shadows iffttatleoted from a Hrtreehly-soarined surfaceSH. ? hard brown Wth. The White ClS jV carriage-drive aides, grand Bweopfromfhe big enlranoe Kati.jaroDcd the onter dtfieef the old live oats,TriiJ4ftelo»«hic«9 front steps, on cither ri JWwTium tUefiSai of pnrpfc and white violets cushioned toTtawn wth and wore ov«n then sweetening the chul Novem bar air. -::, Id one of the large sjnare rooms -whioh locked ont...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SKETCHER. OLD TEAPOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

SKETCHES. OLD TEAPOTS. la 'he whole history of pottery, scarcoly anything has undergone such a variety of naanges as the teapot. ' At the time when tea was a costly luxury, bought at apothe caries' shops, the teapot was a very diminu tfve production, and remained so under Queen. Anno and Georjte I: It is interesting to trace the growth of size nntil we reach the monster pots used by Dr. Johnson, of wnom it was said that ' his tea kettle hud no timo to cool— with tea he solaced the. mid night hour, and with tea he welcomed the dawn.' One teapot of his held two quarts, and them ia still one existing which was a favourite of his, which holds mom than three qcarts. It is painted and gilded, and of old oriental porcelain.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

COOMA. [From the Express.] At the sale of rights in con nection with the forthcoming show, Mr. J. McDonald pur chased the publican's booth for £36 ; the same gentleman purchased the luncheon booth for L7 ios ; No. i fruit stall, Mrs. Townsend, L5 15s; No. ?w * ?*' it Arthnijffiawkins, agefflBg, died in tjffg-'ooma Hospitasfci ^^^^HRcGilli vray, foJaPff ly of^Mkiistrict,^^JpPie Cowra.j^m^fipipPhoid fever/|»9§lIiiftPray is in the .safssPHfpital suffering froinftyphoid. ..?'? * * * ' Rumor hath it that more than one of the Cooma Com mons Trustees will resign shortly. Our opinion is that the batch of them should send in their resignations and frank ly admit their and incapability to carry out the duties entrusted to them. They are the laugh ing stock of the town and dis trict. # * * Mr. Tohn Barry, proprietor of the Jindabyue Hotel, was the victim of a painful acci dent a few days ago. He stepped iuto a chaff hole in the dark and had several ribs bro ken. He proceeded to Adainiiiaby for...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

THE CH1LDKEN. On'y to keep them to— Tbe woe, feeble fingers, Tie bubbling tongue. ' Tar» tbat we kisa away Smileathatwewin, Careless ol knowledge, A; guilt!™* o{ sin. Oj'y-okc-rplhcmso— Frank, true, and pare Of our fall wisdom Our frown all they shriek (run Oar fiat their law, Our etoro whence all gltdneu They fearlessly draw. Oily to keep them so — Street Lands that cling, Swcst lips that laugh fur u», Sweet tones that ring. Carls that no train to ware, Jeitthatwo guide, Jiicb fresh step * wonder, Esch new word a pride. Cbly to keep item 80— Wcmen and men A 'it the tinies that circled 06 L iriofc'y then. Goi'lo ond good to u«, Patient and etrong, OairJing oar weaknesses ? Bearing us long.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

GOXJLBURN. [From the Penny Posr.] Mr. Anderson, night station master at Goulburn, has ac cepted the position of station master at Deepwater. * * * Leslie Tohnson, 1% years of age, while cycling, came into collision with his brother who was riding iu au opposite direc tion, and sustained concussion of the brain and a severe shak ing. * * * A rabbit with fur about three inches long lias been received by Mr. J. J. Roberts, secretary of the Pastures Protection Board, from Pomero}'. The skin will be sent to the Stock Department. -!,: * » With the t3'phoid fever and other ailments now prevailing the matron and staff of the Goulburn Hospital have their hauds full. Quite a number of local residents are down with fe'phoid. 1m

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POETRY. IN A HURRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

POETRY. 1ST A HUBBY.! 1 1 b»i KtUe maiden who U alw.yj Im hurry ; She rsoea through hec broskfirt to be in time for sohool ; She scramblis it her desk In s hasty sort ol Harry, And comes boms in a breathless whirl that Hill (ho vestibule. 8he hurries through hot studying, the _ ,. nurriei through hor sowing, L'ke an engine at high pressure, as if leisure were a orime. Bbe e always In a scramble, no mallor where she's going, Ana jet— would yoa beliovo il? ehe never id in time ! [t eesms a contradiction, until you know the reason ; Bat I'm nure you'll think it ei-nplo, b» I do, when I date Tbat the novcr I111 been known to etart b thing in season. Ana the e always in a hurry because ahe starts too late. -r, —Tnnatij. Leonabd.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO CURE HEADACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

HOW TO CURE HEADACHES. no more frequent ailment of a nervous character presents itself for treatment to the Oculist or Optician than oephalalaria or head ache. The sufferers from this affliction are everywhere. Subjects of chronic headache have often inherited tho tendency and are of highly nervous, temperament. They have tried all kinds of treatment, eometimea with partial relief, but never with permanent benefit, because the underlying eaualjB tho trouble has not been romov°d. HonMron slight exouse, the old trouble has returned. ? ittaaaone it of vsriouB kinds, aocordinflo theeioitingcsuM. Thus there are catarrhal, gaslrio, and nervous headaches ; and agaldL some headaohes are uaused by tumors of Ijfc reason pressure or hot or cold applioatioaaw give temporary relief. In no case, howijmrT ia the trouble looal, except whnn there ia intraoranial disease. Tho pain is always of a reflex obaraoter, and wa must look 4p a point more or less remote for its ontf ng^T Again, in most coses w...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOY THAT LAUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

THE BOY THAT It&UOHS. I know a funny little boy, The happiest ever born ; His face is like a beam of joy. Although his clothes arc torn. I saw him tumble on his nose, And waited for a groan But how lie laughed ! Do you suppose He struck his funny bone. There's sunshine in each word he speaks, His laugh is something grand ; Its ripples overrun his cheeks Like wares on snowy sand. He smiles the moment he awakes, And till the day is done; The schoolroom fnr a joke he takes— liis lessons arc but fun. No matter how the day may go. You cannot make him cry ; He's worth a dozen boys I know. Who pout and mope and sigh.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

Our monster Parcel of DRAPERY Amounting to £875 6s 6d First Cost, Has just landed in Sydney ex sailing vessel West Lothian, and will be Opened Up by U$ in a few Days. wroQBfiJsR BRO THSitS %?? THE LATEST IMPEOVED I vm ? m H6i-ecic * Beet 1& 1} t) 'I A Certain and Positive Cure 1 IFOR ' || EHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, j WEAK BACK, -.., I AND I ALL 3STEK/'VOTJS CO^CFXjAIISrTS | i £2-2-0 will procure Realib $.$ireiigtft| I ®®®®®®®®®®®(^®®®®®®®®®®®©®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®2)®®®-®'S®®®® | I Local Jkgeiitss Woodier Bros., Qmeanbejaii. | New Goods! Men's Winter Clothing M&cihtoshek, Oilskins Boj'S & Youths' Suits Newest' shapes in Felts Cardigan Jackets Sweaters Blankets Flannels Flannelettes Shirtings Rugs Dress Materials Flannel Blousings Flannelette Blousings Fane}' & Plain Silks Serges Voiles FOE THE AUTUMN SEASON NEW STYLES. Ladies' Costumes jtjst JFauCrs'MuCffspes orFiEisriEi} r Skirts, Rainproofs Macintoshes Underskirts Winter Blouses P. 42. HIIiIi &...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOTTLING ALE OK BEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

BOTTLING ALE OR BEEH. U is all important Uiat thi bolllcn BbouM bo absolutely cluuu, pwoct smelling, nud perfectly dry. Tho corks used uiusl bo sound and good, and the beer ' Goo,' and altogether in good condition. Select clear weather for bottling, aud leavo the bung out of tbe caisk'tbc night before you bottle, -:.l when you bavo filled tho bottles, place sheet!) of r.aper over thorn to keep out the du&t an 1 let them stand for 24 houn ; you may tb-n cork aud wire down. For home use ro&uy peoplo do not wiro tbo bottles, but in tint caso they ought to be well packed in sawdust and should stand upright. In any case pack them away in a cool placo.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCIENCE. COFFEE ESSENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

SCIEUCS. COFFEE ESSENCES. Tbo average Englishwoman cannot make cotliM. In vain are instructions and recipes poured forth on her in the vwioua periodicals devotod to her use, tho quality of tbis de lectable beverago remains far from wbat it should bo. The fact ii that cuiTeo making is only timplo lor tboso wbo &ru thoroughly familiar with it. In mo;t catos a really reliable coffco et-sence, produces fur moro satisfactory res nils thau tbe. indifferently successful homcrnado article. Such an es sence Haves both trouble and oxpguao, and girls who havo to find fur Ibcm(olvo) would find a spoonful of this dissolved iu a cup of bailing milk far more no'irishiog audbtinm luting than perpetual ten drinking.

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