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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
CiJC:IA T. Enugianid v. Australia, 4th TEST hATCII. PICKTH ifLESULTANDWINTHE WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS £50. Fifty Pounds Sterlin . wll' be rpreent-ll to the person who currectly eeti mateo th result of the 4t", T rs Mtch b-tween Engla id and Australia. to. oommence in S., nmy (n or ashnt 26ti F-hr.,oarv. 190. Sho, d more than one per on or:vc the result, the amou -t will ;o pro;,ortinotely dividll I anons them Shoul~l .o competitor he ex ctly correct, the anon nt uwill be given to the person who et'tes the re-ult moot closely. .ut In the event of a ti, the p fle will he divided equaily. The followin; is n: example for Compettorn : "'I jsirl Ie datlrfiw TeaI to i nti Le FaurlA TF M?ltch 6 y .. ......... ....... wicket, .. ..... .... ....r a. Jonl J 1ss. 114 Mi,,r Street, Jn :e, N . .Ir." Comtetitors moot cut not the label headed " CarIioo To Tolte Pl'ul.." wh:Oh in on the yellod wrapper of each ho tIe of WoVLe's OuoiSarrs, and write their belectln o0 the bock of it. If any other portal the wr...
War News. JAPAN PREPARING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
War News, JAPAN PREPARING. LomDON, January 14. -The Japanese Go vernment has impressed the Nippon Yusen Kaisha's Oriental TLine steamers Nippon Maru Hongkong Maru, and America Marn. The Governor of Hunan is raising 20,000 new troops; and the forts on the Yangtso are being strengthened with extra guns of large calibre. The Japanese cruiser Kasuga has reached Port Said. The Russian cruiser Dmitri Donskoi is passing through the Suez Canal. The Russian cruiser Aurora aid seven torpedo boat destroyers are awaiting the arrival of the Japanese cruiser Nisshin at Port Said. It is apparently intended to keep the Japanese cruisers between two Russian squadrons. Later.-T-he Nisehin has arrived at Port Said, and the Kasuga at Suez. LoNnoN, January 16.-The premium on war risks at Lloyd's is now, 60 guineas per cent. / The "Times" correspondent at Tokio states that, in spite of the negotiations, no peace ful issue is expected. Japan has ordered 40,000 tons of coal from Norfolk Virginia. Wu-ting.f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
Advance Subscriptions tq the AGE are now dqe. TO RENT, THE PADDOCK known as the" "Old Rifle Range Paddock" Barrack's Flat. Particulars from E. W. LESMO D, Secretary Rifle Clunb Thiursilhy 21st Inst. at 2 p.m., - At th SALEYARDS, HUNGERFORD'S ' HOrEL. 50 BREEDING EWES 6T to AGED. ,A W. MORIARTY & Oq.0 . Wlill, sell by blio ???Buplo ap Above . - WE HAVE JUS! OPENED, All sizes in RICHK, DRAY & WAGGON TARPAUiI NS 14 x 16 18 x 20 16 x I8 - 20 x 24 20 x 26. O1J HAND A .QUANTITY OF Chaff I ra/n Bags C C. UtLL & SO.rB oE.. overnment. Advrertisements Department of Stores Supply and Tendet Board 15 and 17, Young.etreot, Sydney, -- 31st December, 1903. TENDERS FOR FORAGE. "'3 ENDERS for the Supply and Delivery of L Forage to Polico Stations throughout the State for a period of Twelve calendar months from let April, 1904, will be received at the Office of the Stores Supply and Tender Board, Young street, Sydney, up to 4 30 p.m. on Mon day, 8th February, 1904. 'Tender for...
Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
Presentation. PREVIOUs to the depirtare of Master Mere. dith by mail train for Sydney on last night, the Station Master, Mr. Hoolahan, on behalf of himself and staff, presented him with a shaving set, and congratnlated him on his promotion to the relief staff, Sydney. Master Roolahan, who succeeds Master Meredith as probat:oner, also presented him with a very nice silver cased forget-me-not match box, as a work of good fellowship.
Queanbeyan Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
Queanbeyan Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING. THE annual meeting of the subscribers of .the Queanb -yan Race Club was held at the Jommercial Hotel on Saturday afternoon (last. The attendance was very meagre and was only exemplary of the lack of enthu siasm displayed in horse racing in Quean beyan during the last few years. Yearafter year a retrogressiun in the sporting commu nity is evident, and meeting after meeting the bank book shows in glaring figures an increased overdraft; nevertheless, the guar. antors appear to have a lasting faith in the axiom "man must never despair," and, goaded by their self-possessed love of the great Australian sport, they appear resolved to fight against the vicissitudes with which they have encountered, and still hold confi dence in a public that may one day be converted to evince more enthusiasm in the welfare of the Club. On Saturday afternoon the following members were present :-Messrs. Jas. Cun ningham (president), H. J. S. Hungerford, E. . fHincksman, A...
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, JANUARY 24. Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
C€R"?R ' ??8=?'?' - 9 B StNDAY, JANUAPY 24. Church of England Qeanbeyn--ll a in. and 7 30 p.m. Burrs--3 p.". Rev. W. M. WHITE, Minister. Canberra-ll a.m. Urlsrra-3 30 p.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Catholic- Queanbeyan--Mas 8.30 and 11 a.m. devo tions 7.30 p.m. REV. R. COLLENDER, Priest. Presbyterian Queanbeyan-Fellowship Association, 10 a.m. 11 a. m. Canberra-3 p.m. Ganderoo-7.30 p.m. REV. W. M. SMITH, B.A., Minister-in-Charge. Methodist Quesnbeyan-ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. W Stewsrt. Wattle Park?-11 a.m. Mr. R Young. 7 p.m. Mr. S. Southwell. Weadfeld-3 p.m Mr. G. Southwell. Msjors-3 p.m. Rev. W Stewart. Rev. W. STEWART, Minister.
CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
CHAPTER IV. In defiance of. her prohibition, Hubert started at once in-pursuit of Ella. Having ascertained tl:at she bad gone on her bicycle he went in search of his own ; but he found that, with a woman's fertility of resource, heo had out the tyre. .There was nothing for it therefore but to have his horse saddled and to ride across country to Old ElHo Sta tion. He had not been ten minutes out. of the house when Ketton, the parlourmaid, came to Biarbara, who was in her own room crying her eyes out. 'If you please ma'am, the lady that came just now his ordered me to get a room ready for her.' Ketton, who was a nmiddle.aged person, and who having been in the late Sir James's servic';(knew some of the family history gave the younglady a searching look. SAnd if you please ma'am, she says she's Sir Hubert's wife- his first wife,' she added in a discreet whisper. Barbara, who knew it would be impossible to keep any part of the affair a secrtt, thought it best to make no attempt at concei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
A. W. MORIARTY.] [S. O. ATnvwsow. A. W. Moriarty & Co Auotioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Gommission Agents, 'ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARKILt' BALES WEEKLY at Land . Yards. AT BUNGENDOiE MONTHILY; Early entries Invited. Furniture Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Weool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stook and eonsigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION .tA.G E NT, Moncvro-Street, Queanbegac . Sgles conducted in any part of the District. P/OMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. WoODR0a, Munaro street, Queanbeyan. J CORR?BPONDENCE INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON, Next liungerford's Hotel, .MONARO-STREET, Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE, - FREESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBIN OS, and IRON RAILINGS. 3niS Charges Moderate. Old Work Renovated. S Inscriptions Neatly Cu'" ALL WiOn GUARANTRED gg" Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. Anthony Hordern's Famous Low Prices AR BEST ...
Michelago. CUP COMPETITION CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 January 1904
Micheligo. (Prom Our Correspondent) CUP.COMPETITION CRICKET MATCH* THE first match of the season in the Goggin's Cup competition was played between teams representing Michelago and llredbo on the latter's wicket on Saturday last, and resulted in an easy victory for Michelago by an inn. ings and 55 runs. Bredbo scored 21 runs in the first innings and 27 in the second. The bowling of'C. Reeves and D. Commins was evidently on the right pitch, the former securing 6 wickets for 4 runs iu the first inn. ings and 5 for 9 in the second, and the latter 3 wickets for 6 rune in the first innings and 4 for 6 in the second. Michelago compiled 103 runs in their first innings, the principal scorers being G. Ryrie 23, W. Ryrie 26, W. Kelly 20, and T. Kelly 11. The visitors thus g..ined an easy victory and again brought the cup to Michelago. Following is the result of the scoring: BRsDBo.-lst Innings. A. R. Cosgrove, b Reeves ........... 2 J. Jones, b Commine .................. 1 F. Brodie, b Reeves...
Twelve Years of Indigestion. DOCTORS ADVISED OPERATING. A REMARKABLE CURE BY BILE BEANS [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Twelve Years of Indigestion,. DOOTORS ADVISED OPERATING. A $EWzAUtAnIA41 CURE BY. IILE IISAN5 "Asou'r nineteen yeara.ago," says Mr Henry Speer, a blacksmith, of LynobStreet Young, N.S.W., " I first felt the symptoms of indi. gesiion. The pains I experienced were terrible, and would completely double, me up. I consulted several doctors. They all agreed it was an aggravated form of indigestion, and one told me I would not live four hours unless I got ease from the pain. Another doctor a4vised operating, but this .I would not aggree to. All, the doctors could do for me was to administer morphia and opiom to deaden the pain. I was under the doctors' hands for many years, attending them regu larly, until my patience was exhacusted. About seven years ago, hearing that Bile Beans had cured many cases of indigestion, I decided to give them a fair trial. After having taken them regularly, for a month or six weeks, I noticed a great improvement in my condition. Thus encouraged, I perserved wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Debility a Dyspepsia A Long Time of Suffering. THE RIGHT REMEDY AFTER MANY FAILURES. The Case of Mre. E, HN1RISOU. (TIT A oDNEOY ntORT5R.)" The value of expert knowledge' In the vnriouls pursuits of life Is readily admitted by Mis . FtlmlAt tlarrison, of No. 19, LIttle Ilioontild.cstiout, Surry Hills, who stated to our reporter i ht by occasional practical symipathy andt intelligent, help we may gin tly itcui c. nur neighbours, and promote Cih proiejvrity of the distressed. Continu ing, M tlR. I arrisnn aid : I an thankful for what my past me thodl lihve acuoinplishend, and In justice to - tihto oruitidme I will tell you what those Ieuthodi wore, wil why they were em* p!.iyes I. POr many mont is I had suffered ti:rnily front indligviition antd debility, and I hlipe tiiecr to go throughlthe same miser, again, for my life was a burden to me. I fuIt ,o dull and drowsy that if I took a - iwasurement for a dress I would forget it if I dill nut write it doicn immediately, but the strange ...
Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1904. -o (B;, A. Lanudoawe, Seedsman, Goudbur& ) TaH soil is sufficiently moist for cropping and large areas of winter fodder plants should be sown at once. Good supplies of todder roots and green toed will prove valuable and superior to bay, etc., for reeding, especially for dairy purposes. Mangels and Swedes should be largely sown, also Hungarian millet, which is grand for hay or green feed and also for ensilage, mixed with groon corn or sorghum. A bag of.No. 2 or 3 Shirley's manure to an acre will greatly stimulate green crops. It is no use to try to grow ,rops without feeding them. If the land is good run the soarifler deeply ovea it after taking off hay, 'etc., and sow Miillet or some seed, hid there will be a good return. We again urge sowing ., in rows to admit of thinning and cultivation between crops. The weather will remain stormy and unsettled Plenty of rain is likely, some strong winds, and great heat, but a good deal of ooo...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER IV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
The Storyteller. The cione oI' t1ltw ýStikleo$ side; CHAPTER IV.-CONTINUED. Then he broke down, and, after a fierce hard laugh, he lapsed into a- convulsi ve sobbing that rent the girl's heart. She pat her hands upon his sho'alder,bent over him tried to murmur something kind-tender. But he shook his head, and, raising, lei her gently to the door. I'm not fit to speak to ju-t now, my dear,' said he.' I'll come and talk to you presently. But the tone in which he spoke, the look in his eyes, shocked' and alarmed her so much that she could, not got far away. He turned the key in the look as soon as she was outside, but she lingered in the hall, waiting listening and praying for him. Ketton came and lighted the oil-lamps in the hall. Lucette sailed in a leisurely manner out of the dining-room, and went up-stairs looking about her an singing softly to herself. But Hubert did not come out; Bab did not hear him move. At last, after an hour's waiting, when* she had beard the clock strike nin...
THIRD TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
THIRD TEST MATCH. TiE third t'et match-England v Australia -played at Adelaide, came to a conclusion on Wednesday, the fifth day, resulting in a win for Australia by 216 runs. In their second innings Australia made 851, Gregory contributing 112, Noble 65, Trumper 59, Armstrong 39, Hill 16, Duff 14, Kelly 13, Trumble 9, Hopkins 7, M'Leod 2, and How ell 1. England in their second innings put up 278.- Warner 79, Hayward 67, Hirst 44, Braund 25, Foster 16, Tyldealey and Bosan quel 10 each, Fielder 14, Rhodes 8, Arnold 1, and Lilley 0. The next test match will begin at Sydney on or about February 26th. NOBnLE,, the Australian captain, has. comrn pleted his thousand in test matches. A telegram from Albury says: A rabbiter named M'Donald, relates a singular` experi once. While engaged clearing his traps, he came across a large ignana, which had swal lowed a rabbit and part= of an iron trap. M'Doneld, while engaged in trying to free the brute from the trap, by some means slipped his hand in...
Cricket News. QUEANBEYAN CLUB V. QUEANBEYAN HALF-HOLIDAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
,Cricket News. QUEANBEYAN CLUB V. QUEANBEYAN HALF HOLIDAY CLUB. A MATCH between the above teams was played on tbe park on Wednosday afternoon, and resnited in a victory for the former by 4 wickets and 126 runs. For the Quesnbeyau Club Moore and H incksman batted admir ably, putting up 83 and 59 runs respectively. This was the first appearance of the Holiday Club, and they took 15 men to the field, and with the exception of Houten, who made 24 each was disposed of in double-quick time. The sooring is as follows : . QUEANBEYAN HALF-HOLIDAY. J. Honten, b Sullivan ..................24 H. Smith, c Moore, bHungerford ... 13 0. Smith, b Hungerford ............... o W. Nugent, oCollett, b Boyd ...:.. 4y4 W. Cantle, b Moore ............... 1 E. Collett, b Moore .......0.......... W. Willis, b Moore ................ 8 T. Cooper, o Collett, b Hinokeman ... 6 F. Moffatt, b Hinckeman .......... 8 T.Lewis, b Boyd :...................... 1 B. Land, b Boyd ....................... O S. Walker, c Hun...
Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Wool Sales. THE Sydney market ii very strong for good lines of both greasy and scoureds when in dry condition, but for all other classes the bidding during the week displayed a good deal of irregularity. The following local lots were disposed of :-J H/ H/Bangendore, 5 at 8)d ; 0 P/O, Queanbeyan, 12E h w at 85d ; - G Y/Y, from Bungendore, 16 A w at 9-4, 10 Bw at 8)d, 11 B pieces, at 7d; W A G/Woodbury, from Queanbeyan, 9 w eat 9d. ;. G N over Y,., Buingendore, 16 at 9'd, 10 at 8fd, 11 at 7d..
War News. RUSSIAN PURSUITS ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
War News. RUSSIAN PURSUITS ABANDONED. LONDON, January 18, 3 30 p.m.-The Russian squadron lens abandoned the chase of the Japanese cruisers Niesbin and Kasuga owing to the breakdown of the flotilla of torpedo-boot destroyers. Five Russians who had shipped on the Nisabin at Genoa as Italians were discovered, and relanded. [(A Cable on Tuesday last said :-'4 An attempt to explode the magazine of the Nisshin, one of Japans new cruisers, now on the way from Italy to Japan, failed. The attempt was made by tampering with the electrical apparatus.] Many Japanese spies have been arrested in Manchuria. It is feared Japanese spies will destroy the biberian raiilway. Mr. J. M Leavy Brown, the Commission er of Customs, has locked up a number of Korean field guns in the Customs House, on the pretence that they require repairs. The British Government has ordered 75,000 rifles from the Birmingham Small Arnie Company. The order has given full work to 700 men, and the number will shortly be increased...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904. Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
WITH WHICH AXB INCORPORATBD Queanbeyan Times, Bangendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904. Municipal Council. AT the fortnightly meeting of the Munici pal Council held last night, there were present : The Mayor (Dr. Blackall), and Aldermen Hungerford, Hinokeman, Collett, Pike, Dixie, Downey, Atkinson, and Knox. In the absence of the Council Clerk, the minutes of the previous meeting were read by Alderman Hungerford, and being con firmed, correspondence was read (1) From the Secretary of the Quean boyan Women's Electoral Club asking for permission to hold their meetings in the Council Chambers. Alderman Hungerford maintained that if one political body were granted the use of the Chambers, each and every Association would apply for the same concession, and as it would be beyond their discretion to dis criminate he moved that the request be refused. Alderman Pike, in seconding, added that the Council Chambers was not a place for political discussions. The motion wa...
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, JANUARY 24. Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Oa-Euac B SDTRVIWCS SUNDAY, JANUAsy 24. Church of Etiglnd Queanbeyan-11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Barra-3 p.m. Rev. W. . M.WHITE, Minister. Canberra-11 a.m. Uriarra-3 30 P.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Catholic- - Queanbeyan-Mass 8.30 and 11 a.m. devo tions 7.30 p.m. REV. R. COLLENDER, Priest. Presbyterian Queanbeyan-Fellowship Association, 10a.m. 11 a.m. Canberra-3 p.m. Gunderoo-7.30 p.m. REV. W. M. SMITH, B.A., Minister.in. Charge. Methodist Queanbeyan-11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. W Stewart. Wattle Park-11 a.m. Mr. R Young. 7 p.m. Mr. S. Southwell. We, dfield-3 p.m. Mr. G. Southwell. Majora-3 p.m. Rev. W Stewart. Rev. W. STEWART, Minister.