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Firemen for Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
Firemen for Forbss. On Friday night the platform at the local railway station was crowded, the cause of the excitement being the departure oQa'.eaii of firemen to re present Queanteyan Fire Brigade at the Forbes Fire Brigade Sports on Monday, 30m inst. Toe iollowing are the names of those that went : — Messrs. A. McPherson (assistant foreman), J. Callaghan (eogine keeper), T. Jordan, H. Land, C. \V. Brook, \V. Weir, R. Fallick, and P. Nay'or.
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
LOCAL JTEWS. — ^r ? About three miles out along tbe Molongla ro~d there is a telegraph post missing, and the wire, which is suspended only a few feet from the ground, has been, to all appear ances, that way tor some rime past. If the postal authorities do not al ready know about this, we direct their attention to it ; for if anyone should feel inclined for mischief, it would only be a matter of a few seconds to cut of telegraphic com munication -on that line.
Far and Near. NE'ERDAY IN GLASGOW [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
Far and Near. WS'ERDAY IN -GLASGOW 9XR0 some folka. ?&-! esptcielly to 9jkc* tboiie who «(ien'l it in Qln ?»? «ow, tho New Y«r'. Oiy is reckoned thn ntr&nLrfltt of lh« wholt 305. Itopuns. uaut'iill/quiat. Nc rumbling of carts, m- ? wo vanes.' ?bub banks,' nn hurry sliutry lo s»l dressed, and uo work or office to iuib oft to. It resembles a Sunday, lod yet nn rlret opening your eyoa and wondering' what day it ie, the air in your ctoie bedraom ie eo Udeu wi'Ji oranges — as like as uot it is orang 9B, for most Glasgow folks on Hogmanay night havn a habit of laying either on tbe toilet table or basm etaad aorue eatable associated witb Ne'er day— that as tbe popular comic ditty hae it, ' it suddrtuly dawns upon you, os it were,' that it is the first morn ing ot another year, If you are tbe lady of tbe bouee you gradually re member tbat besido the oranges ia a little tee of shillicga 'for the various Qiesssge boys, and you earnestly hope that the 6rst ring shall be thai of...
AT A FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
AT A TOOTBALL MATCH. Wolvrrbampton Wanderers and UUckburD Rovers were opposing each other in an English Cup semi final, and to keep the crowd in ordor a larire bodv of mounted nolica were requisitioned. Unfortunately some of the riders wfra very ill at ease ib the saddle. Tbe game bad been iu. progress some minutes, wlien a yell from the spectators .announced that the Rover* had scored. Cheer* gavs way to roars of laughter as one.' of the horses reared up and deposited its rider very' suddenly on the turf. The disturbed, police , constable scrambled huriieJIy tram the ground and regained hU sitting posturn on the back of the 'gee-gee.' Then the Wolves drew level. Another ' yell,' tndtihe whole per/ormince was re peated. This lime the constable seemed in no hurry to clamber back lohiu seat. ' 'Why don't you mountf' 1 roared an sngry sergeant,''. The poor constable ..c»rt su appealing look-al hli superior/ - What. the — wbrt'e ljhe gogd^jneuutin'f bo .multcjajj ] M^t poln(«d to^JiecVm...
TWO BOYS AND A GAMEKEEPER [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
TWO BOYS ASO A OAMEICKISPER Tito boys, busily engaged in fish ing in strictly preserved water, for which only one was proriJed with a permit, wero suddenly confronted by tho gamekeeper, Whereupon, one of thorn, hastily collecting his tackle, ect off at his l.'c.-t epoed across tho rielde, Iho keeper following. After covering tbroo or four miles of very heavy country, the angler seeled himself and awaited the pant ing aud angry water-bailio. ?..-,*?* ? Do you know r' asked the keeper, ?lhat ion «ro not allowed to fish ia -hat water without permission f ? YeB,' iiuswcreJ the 1ml, ? but I have permission, I've got a pass.' ?What did you run for, then?'. Baid the astonished and irate game keeper. ..-''-'???»? ' I like running. What did you' run forf ' Has tho otter laddie a paee i' roared the now infurinted man. ? I really couldn't say,' answered the boy, ? but you had belter go back and see.' The outwitted keeper's feelings and language aro better left to the iui.igiuatiou.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
At Braid wood, Grace Green wood, charged with . absenting herself from the .hired 'service of G. R. Williams, was fined ibs anS 5s 6 costs. TOK^|ALE. rriHRBE HOTEL BUSINESSES on JL coowa ium. ?; ;;. .- ? ?. ? ? ? . r«ticnlm«n»j-i-Ucalion. ... , . Auctioneer »na Co«(iiiu*sion Agent, ? ' ' -ttmoiwwa*.'' ? ,-?-
Salmagundi [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
\ Salmagundi — ^ By 1 CuUcuraJ The whirligig of time is responsible for some strange happenings. When it was first suggested that a paper should be started in the in terests of the democrats of this dis trict, there were many who favored it, others who doubted if it could be done, and others- again who openly laughed when they thought how improbable it was. The latter don't smile much now. Good luck to The Leader, and may it be what the name implies. When you come to consider the matter, why should not a paper published in the inter ests of the larger half of the resi dents be a succeess-in every way — always providing that those in whose interests it fights do their share by subscribing ? * * * There is, or ought to be, a splen did opening at some of the music halls or circuses in the metropolis for our trick and fancy-riding cy clists. It is marvellous how the youthful devotees of the 'twa' wheels scorch along the footpaths on dark nights, and skillfully avoid crippling or killing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
E. HOLLAND Builder and Contractor, Macquoid St., Queanbeyan. BUILDING of every description un dertaken and completed from foun dation to finish. Also, all kinds of Re pairs. PUNS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED JAS. PIKE, AUCTIONEER, Stock, Real Estate,& General Commission Agent. ALSO AGKNT FOR PRINCESS &TPERFECT CREAM SEPARATORS, Portable and Stationary Steam and ' 'OirEngines, Threshing Machines, Irrigation Plants, Farm Impliments and Machinery of 'all kinds. ? '? OmcEi ??'????? '..'? Opposite the fpst Office. SALE ! SALE ! SALE ! HILL'S J^l^l^TTJLJLs : Prior to STOCK-TAKING. Pjfy mfl ^A^-1 4*a^ Must clear their Huge Stocks ? / Kill yltt/l VAtt of DRAPERY, CLOTHING . W*A I fill Ol III 3V/I1 BOOTS, MILLINERY, and ♦ E^» ?/??? ▼»?»▼» ¥▼?- FANCY GOODS, before Their Annual Stock-Taking. 5s in the £ Refunded on all Cash Purchases of £1. 25 per cent. Discount off all Goods in the above Departments. Bargains Everywhere. All Lines Reduced and Marked in Plain Figures to quit our Hea...
AFRICAN BANK MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
AFRICAN BANK MiYNAGERS, Lord Welby told a couple of good atorios at the Standaid Bank meeting of the ingenious methods adopted recently for security, by African bank manaeers. One manairer. on the ap proach of a lioer commando, ktowed all tbe securities and gold in a lady's hat box. He was well on bis way toaBritieh position, but was over taken and searched. Everything re movable was looted but the lady's hat box, for which the marauders had apparently uo use, bo (hey left it. In another caeo the manager had stowed the securities and cosh into his portmanteau, and when over taken lie was mnJo a prisoner and marched off, hix portmanteau being left wi'.h hia wife, who ,wae driving the Cape catt.
SINGING AND CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
BINQIKQ ANO CUNSOATPTION. Wo are glad to fiud, romtrka ? Health,' that of late years a good deal more attention than formerly appesrs to bo paid to the question of the effect of vocal muBic as a pre ventive of phthisis. It may, wo tlink, be stated bb a fact that those nations which are do voted to the culture of vocal music aro strong, vigorous race* with broad expansive chests. If an hour were daily given in our public schools to the dove lopmont ot vocal music there would bo lesa mm of drooping, withered, bollow-clioBtou, and round-ahouldcred children. A I present, there appear* too groat a disposition to aacrillce physical health upon the altar of learning. Vocal muBicina gymnatlic exercise of the lu'ge by development of the lung tissue. Phthisis begin* at tho opicoa ot the lungs, because these parts are mere inactive, and because the bronchial tubes aro so arranged tbat they carry the in spired air with greater facility to the bases than to the apices. During inactivity a person...
General. ABOUT CIGARS AND CIGARETTES [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
General. ABOUT CIGARS AND CIO ARETTES ^jtNE form or another in lobaqco JldJf is the subject of sorrennial f^ff*. interest to tunny. . Vregalher. from an article In 'Muiiaey V * for this month' that about a quarter of tbB American tobacco 1* consumed in the formfdf tigar* and ^igareltes. .;,Xt, ^a» lout tbou»aiiil;jrBilHon «cig6iii «n3*n«ju»l^uaiber jjf.ygarfiiies to ?upnly i^» aiiintnd* -ii fjjjjf United - States alone. The consumption of cigarettes hae grown with special rapidity, multiply one hundred-told in the post twenty-five yean. Most of the cigarettes on the market are machine-mndr, One machine work ing with the dexterity of the human Bngers, will ' roll 300,000 cigarettes in ten hour*. A hundred girls would be needed to 'do the same work by hand. The rice paper used ia the cigarette ia mostly made ia Franco, and ie eaid to be the product of the fibre of the cocoanut palm. Threr distinct parts, it seores, make up the high-priced cigar, and the same dis tinction follows down ...
NOVELETTE. Only the Captain. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
HOVELEIT& Only the Gapiain. jJWF§ES- soid the little nurse, «st gu-jS? tliug her cap on her head, we **?*'? meet some strange case* in the course of oui duties ; some of them with rather more than a thread of romance interwoven. It vou like I will tell you ot a ease which iotereated me very much, relating to a patient whom I always think of as ' Si,' as that was his number in the hospital books. J w*» stationed at ? , an inland township, in the summer of '08, and a very hot summer it was even for Riverina. We had not very caBea at the time, and I wai able to devote a good dial of attention to ' 61/ He had been brought in from & neigh bouring station Buffering from a fracturad skull, resulting from a throw from a horse, and was in fact ' all broke up,' as he afterwards ex pressed it The poor fellow was delirious for days after Rising brought is, and I boou bt/an to take a special interest in Lin., as it was quite evident from his speech that liu was a man of some educ...
Wheat Growing in N.S.W [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
Wheat Growing in N.S.W In the Sydney press, 'A Farmer in the West ' gives the results ob tained by him during the last ten years (1894-1004) ; — ' I commenced wheat-growing in r894, paying £1 6s per acre to dear 200 acres of land, which I have increased to 300 by my own labor. Following are the results : — 1194, 16 bushels per acre ; 1895, nil;- 1896, 16 bushels; 1897, 16 bushels ; 1898, nil ; 1899, seed ; 1900, nil'; '1901, seed; 1902, nil; 1903, 8 bushels ; '1904, 40 bags off the 300 acres. ' I have as good-looking wheat land as far as soil -goes that can be seen anywhere, and one man can put in 200 acres by himself, as the ground is ea§y to plough ; with the disc p!ougbrfpur,goo-J horses would plough fire acres a. day. Our rain fall is averaged, at 18 inches, hut the following are the figures since 18971 15 inches 22 points; 1898, 13 inches; 1899, 8 inches ; 1900, 10 inches 72 points ; 1901, 9 inches 45 points ; 1902, S inches 45 points ; 1903, 16 inches 74 'points ; 1904, 9 inch...
QUEANBEYAN RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
QUEAHBEYAN RACE CLUB junnrjub' uiinra. The annual meeting of the Queau beyan Race Club was held at'Mc Pherson's Hotel. 6n Thursday even inc. ? the 26th .inst. There were present: The Mfesident, Mr. Jas. Cunningham, antJ Messrs. R. Hayes, E. C. Hincksman.,. A. McPherson, J. T. Collett, J.vJ. Gay, E. G. At kinson1, E. E. Hudson, E. C. Camp bell, F. A. Campbell, R. J. Ander son, F, J. L. Dunjpp, C. U.,O'Har. lon, H. J. S. Hungerford, \V. Pike, A. Stewart, and J. H. Hincksman (secretary). Minutes of last annual meeting were confirmed, and the balance sheet of race meeting held on Feb ruary 20 and 22, 1904, showing' a profit of ^22 4s 8d, was presented and adopted. ._- Moved by Mr. Hayes, seconded by Mr. Hungerford, and carried — 'That the usual two-days' race meeting be heli this year.' ' Mr. Atkinson moved and Mr. Campbell seconded— ' That the races be held on Tuesday and Wed nesday, March 7 and 8.' Carried. The election of officers resulted as under : President : Mr. James Cunuiug ham...
The Wealthy Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
The Wealthy Richmond. Says the Brisbane Courier : — From 1879 every succeeding year has witnessed a marked progress in the butter industry. The proprie tary companies (with one exception) have given place to co-operative companies as follows : — North Coast Co-operative, having the two largest factories in the Common wealth, at Lismore and Byron Bay, each with a monthly capacity of ?200 tons ; the Ballina Co-operative; Alstonville Co-operative ; Coraki Co-operative ; Lismore Coopera tive ; Casino Co-operative ; Kyogle Co-operative ; Murwillumbah Co operative. Two proprietary con cerns have large factories at Graf ton and Lismore respectively. Some idea of the dimensions the industry has attained may be gathered from the fact that the North Coast Co operative Butter Company last year manufactured 3400 tons of butter, and has a turnover of ,£280,000. There are also smaller co-operative companies at Graf ton, Rous, brook let, Bangalow, Newrybar, South gate, Woodburn, and a few other ce...
Phosphorus Fires. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
PhosjAqrus Fires. It is stated mraie Tumut district that numerotejm)6fs are forthcom ing that bus)H^s|)aye been caused by the phosphorus baits laid for rabbits. One.Jkndhplder states that he noticed a firelburning in a streak following n trenSi'iin which-he bad strewn poisonw|p-U^rf, Another says' be notice^^jp logs burning where he had^^ced phospborus before the nv^^^o^j j-f'Oiie fire reached his property. Another in stance is that of the stick with which pollard was being mixed setting fire to the grass on being laid- down. One man says he extinguished fires which had started even while he was poisoning the paddocks by means of pollard distributing carts. It is said that phosphorus will not endure heat or wind, and if not properly strained the least undissolved grain will ignite.