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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. 1.30 pm. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thuisdajv 1.30 p.m. Mr. John Tavlor, an old identity and formerly a member of the Legislative Assembly, died at l'arramatta this mom A-iother case, in which the accused's downfall was du: to betting on horse racing, was heard at the Police Court this The Sigh Court reserved judgment in the case of the Commonwealth against Baume. There is a rise in butter and. cheese Produce is very firm. W)NDON, Wednesday. A severe earthquake bus visited the whole of upper India'. There is a great panic in Lahore. People are camping out in lie fields. The golden towers of the moBques have, fallen. Much damage has been, done, and several persons have lost their lives.- . . . ? The Japanese have expelled the Rus sians fromseveral villages in the vicinity ofChangtu. . ' A Russian military expert foresees that the Japanese: will enietJiirin on April -39 and Harbiu on May 16. The exclusion of British .trading by Germeny from the Masshall Islands is engaging, the attenticn of (the Gover...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT ENOUGH WIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 7 April 1905

NOT ENOUGH WIND. The owner of an estate in the Midlands on which stood a windmiU decided to orcct ?mother windmiU in tke next field. This wan accordingly done, but for some on accountable reason the aeoond mill would not After many days cf serious thought tho owner pulled down the oM mill. ? .' *'or,' he said, ? there was not sufficient wind to revolve both wheels !'

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

ZT4m. FOEEWAKNEn. ? WilBuKfr-You want to marry my daughter, do you f ' ' Lonerly-Ye,, sir.' WUabMk-ron. noUoe the resemblance between ber and her mother ? Lonerly-rea, alrl lK^l2&.tl1-' T^^r,a»d

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

A PAYING PARTNERSHIP. . Straggling Playwright (gloomily)-' There is no chanco for talent in these d«ys no chance at all.' Strangor— 'That's bceauso yon don't know how to U8o your talent's. Go into partner ship with mo, and woll both make fortunes. jiu jou necu w ao ia to wntu a ten-act play. U got it produced at the Fashion Theatre at tny own eiponso, and we'll divide the profits. 'Are Jou the manager of tho Fashion liieatre t ' No ; I run the pub. next door.'

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

IN THE BA.NK3. An Irishman, having enlisted in a oavalry regiment, was undergoing all the horrors of learning to ride, when .his horso threw him over its bead. According to custom, the sergeant who wsj suporintendinjr the ridinir lesson called out: * 'Pat Murphy, did you receive orders to iismount P1 ' I did, sorr,' said Pat. 'Whore fromf bawlod tho sergonnt. From hindquarters, sore!' was Pat's grinning reply.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WE SHOULD NEVER GROW OLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

Wfe 8k0ULD NEVER GROW OLD. It is a long time now since Mr. Go'se and I first, twanged on the Jew's harp of the ballade and the trivial triolet. He has not deserted the Hose, and now, in bit'Buisst and Silver' (Hememami), gives ns his best.1 at all events. The'venee to 'Tuattele,' (the!' SamneiL'bBmeotXr.SbRBBsan) are beautiful and original, and no feats, ? / That low rim of long faint islands, ?' Barren granite-snouted nesses, '. must strike something of a pang into the heart of the exile in his' ethereal musky U;hlau6V The heather smells -sweeten than the hibiscus probably, sot that I bare any practical knowledge of ths hibiscus. 'I grow old,' says Mr. Goose. Bosh! Not so old as that either, ,.jv'e -should never grow old ; it is only a tad, lasy habit, bred ol toralife.,, While 4he»'«relinki-iarbll«-*here is Lord's) while there an salmon in the streams, there is no sort of use ingrowing old, and the better part of youth is always present. ????--.?? Prepare '' .'; To love earth less...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

I«MOUli Ho -'Will von tbink if mo when I'm gone ?? Sbe(yawnin!?)--y«. Mr 8l.yl.te, If yoa will givu no .a opportunity. Ethel- ' I wendor if he lovwmo as he s»yeP He has known me only « week. Clara 1 He may, if thal'a all the Umo be has known you.* Philanthropist-' Wbvoia yon cLange me title of The Ladies' Home to Olrl Ladioa' Homer' Mrs. Du Goode-'It is becoming too crowded.' Ono Ihing about people who wear re liirion as a cloak, they are pretty Bare tu bo nn in the next world, too.— Inter Ocean. . ... .... ? Ev«u the *Iew York Hoyd of Aldermai isBcpubUcsn, nnd nlrar.it for the first time since Adam was a little boy.^Boston Tr«n script's New Humour. JagVtll— 'I' hear they are §oimc to wear overopaU longer 'this' wiiuter. _ Wigwag— 'I'm going to' w4r' mine a,' winter longer,' whatever tho fashion m«y be.' ' Has the mlijor quit his stump-spt.a.king campiign yetP' 'Ob, yes:' 'What's Lo doioir now '?' ? GruVbin' up the stumps for firewood !'— Atlanta Constitution. Tl o peaceful opoupati...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

400 SHEEP. Thursday Next, 13th Instant Thos. P. Maxwell TTT1LL SELL, on the above date, at W Hungerford's Yards, at 3 p.m., ioo full-mouth Wethers, large framed, good condition 50 Weaners, mixed, sexes 50.2-topth Ewes ' : 100 Good sound Breeding Ewes ,50 2-toothWethers,well grown 50 Breeding ^wes' ?'- )? THOS. P. MAXWELL, k c-eer. .

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

TUGGRANONG SPORTS -&.3STD PICNIC EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1905. Pronramme : J. TUGGRANONG BICYCXE HANDI- ' CAP, I mile. First Prize, £1 ; second, -.1 Trophy, value 10s. To start at I. ,. ?; ICHILDRErfS RACES (begin on ^- : grounds at 11 o'clock), including Race for Boys under 14, prize 5s ; girls under 14, prize 2s 6d ; and other in teresting events. 3. BABY SHOW, 2.30. Prize, 10s. 4. BICYCLE HANDICAP, y, mile. First Prize, 10s ; second, 5f . To start at M5- . 5. HUSH JIG for Adults. Prize, 10s. Irish Jig for Juveniles, under 21 ; prize, ss. Tostartat3o'dock. 6. STEPPING THE DISTANCE. Prize, los. Start at 3.15. 7. COBOF-CORN GUESSING COM HJ'lTl'iON. pri' los ; and THROV ING AT TICKET, prize, 10s. Open all day. ? ... 8. F09T RACE. Open to all comers. ? 100 yards. Prize, los. To start at \3 9. RUNNING HIGH JUMP. Open to j allcomers. Prize, 10s. Start at 3.40. ?.;;; 10. TUGOF-VAR-Town v, Country- -^M . 12 men aside. ?;? Prize, 303. Entrance ? '?& free. To start at 4 o'c...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

Cattl*. Best medium and light weight beef was worth to about 34/ per loolbs, with heavier beef cheaper. Best bullocks made from ^10/10/, extra to jfu/, good from ^'9/15, medium from /-O/IO/. Best cows from j4'7/io/, extra to ^8/3,'. good from ^7/5/, medium from /0/10', others lower. Among the sales were : C. M. Royds, Bungendore, 30 bullocks to £ 10, average ,£9/8/8. J. E. Mackellar, Tarago, 4 bullocks to j£9I5/, average £9/3/, 19 steers to £8(8,, a\eraje £8. J. and R. E. Roberta, Tarago, 3 bullocks to ,£7/18/, average /7/I5/4. 3 cows and heifers to .£6/19/, average ^5/16/4. G. Brooks, Tarago, 5 bullocks to ^8,1/, average /'7/15/10. W. E. Royds, Tarago, 30 bullocks to £\ )/io/, average ,£9/18/. H. O. Roberts, Tarago, 11 bullocks /?6/10/. M. R. O'Brien, Tarago, 32 steers to £8li5l, average ^8/1/. D. and J. Leahy, 3 bullocks to/;, average /6/14/4/, 9 cows to /o/4/.average /5 8,5. A. J. and J. Cunningham, Queanbeyan, 24 cows to £6jloi, average /0/1/5.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

fin. Prime-heavy backfatters made from 37/6, extra to 441, some higher. - j^Prime ieavy baconers made from 34/, ^JKTfi'to 36/,'.{^-od from 34', light .CB/6. 'r'-J»rime heavy porkers froth 26s, extra to 28s, good. from 18/6, light from 14/, others Ipwer, ?

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

B&aap. There were lew crossbred in the market and a moderate number of ewes. Cross breds were net in sufficient numbers to quote. Best merino wethers made trom 16/6, extra 18/11. good 15/ to 15/6, medium from 14/, light from 12/, others from 10/, few lower. Best merino ewes forward made to 12/, medium from 11/, light from 9/, other lower. Among the sales were : A. J. and J. Cunningham, Queanbeyan, 166 ewes 9/ to 9/6, 52 ..do. 10/. A. J. and M. McDonald. Queanbeyan, 136 wethers 13/5 to 13/6, 56 do. 14/7 to 14/8. Coolsmetonu Estate.Cooma, 203 wethers 10/ to 10/2. — . Wellsmore, Cooma, 99 ewes 9/. Blake Bros., Cooma, 13 crossbred wethers 12/7, 72 do. 12/ to 12/2. Executors E. K. Crace. Queanbeyan, 165 ewes 9/4, 94 do. 8/6, 106 do 11/7 to ii/io, 22 do if Is, 45 wethers 11/, 24 do 13/8. 49 lambs at 8/. Litchfield Bros., Cooma, 129 wethers 14/6, 558 do 15/8 to 15/9. ' D. and J, Leahy, Gunning, 163 wethers 13/2 to 13/4, 60 do 12/11. A. R. Bassingthwaighte, Tarago, 21 ewes 8/9, 67 s...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLANTING APPLE TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

PLANTING APPLE TREES. I have often aaid that not one in twenty of our farmers' sons, know how to properly ' plant a tree, bo It apple or forest tree, I cafe not which. I will assume in the beginning the nursery trees should be planted in orchard rows at two or three years old, and to plant these properly will necessitate careful digging and handlifior. The modern tree digger whioh takes them out indiscriminately without any preference as to previous condition, or to ' race or color,' is a wonderful help to the nnrsery-man, but for all of this, different varieties of trees should not all be treated the same. For while one kind can be safely dug with this two or four homo implement with perfect safely, another kind uf variety should have the im plement set so as to go deeper and a greater breadlh, ia order to secure sufficient roots for healthy growth. Almost everyone talking or writing about planting or setting out trees gives ibis piece of advice : ' Dig your bcles large ; the lsrge...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

District News. \ GrOULBURK [From the Penny Post.] Fourteen typhoid fever pati ents were admitted to the Goul burn Hospital during the month of March, making total admission for the quarter of 2 1 cases. Seventeen of the total number occurred in Goulburn, and four cases were reported from Bora, Nimitybelle, Ta ralga, and Binda respectively. At present there are eleven pa tients in the hospital, one of them being in a critical condi tion. The Minister of Public In struction has approved of the erection of a new building in connection with the public school at Kenmore, to accomo date 70 pupils, and the neces sary steps are being taken to have the work earned out ? * * Mr. W. O'Hanlon, formerly of the staff of Goulburn Land Board Office, and more recently stationed at Moree, has been transferred to the Occupation Branch at the head office in Sydney. Before leaving Moree a presentation was made to Mr. O'Hanlon, who during his short term of office in the north,made himself widely pop ular...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Fruit Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

?ran«T Vrnlt Kurketo. Apples.— Local : choice 5s, medium 3s to 4s, small 2s to 2s 6d ; choice cooking 5/ to js 6d, medium 2S 6d to 3s, jam lots from is 6d to 2s ; Jonathans, choice 5s to 5s 6d per gin case. Melbourne : 5s to 5s 6d per bushel case. Tasmanian : Alex andrias, 3/ to 4/. Ribstone 3/ to 3/6 Adams' 3,6 to 4/ per bushel case. Pineapples.— Common, choice 4s to 5s 6d, extra choice to 8j ; Queen, 5j6 to 6/ per case, choice ;/. Bananas.— Fiji : Nominal. Queensland: 8/ to 9/ per case, 2/ to 6/ per hunch. Lemons.— Local : Choice, 7s to 8s ; me dium 4s to 5s ; rough, 3s per gin-case. American seedless, us per half-case. Italian : 25s per case, containing 330. Oranges.— American Washington Navel 15s per double. case, 8s per half-case ; Jaffa Seedlings, 15s per double-case, 8s per half case ; Mandarins, 10s per box containing 250. Local : second crop, choice 6s, me dium 4s to 5s per gin case. Mandarins 4/ to 4/6, small 2/ to 2/9 per half-case. Grapes.— Whi.e, 2S to 4s; muscatel, cho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARM AND GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

FARM AND GARPEN After yean of sbentums nontroversyitis oowjreneraUy conceded that the pisDDate', imperfeot blossom, or female variety ofalrew* ' Birtos, nrp, ia« a rule, ?lar|6r, aton^ndfilo' and more MUHo txarbralbm tha'ttanmate, perfect bloaeum, or mile variety. When-B plant hu to produce its own pollen there is mdonbtedjy a lots of the berir-prodnoinB power. In fact this separation ot the sexes i- a irork of development in plant life, u it was in animal life, for among the lowest forms of animal life both Mxoal principles exist in tbe same iudlvidual. There is a great del', mid about scarcity of food and Hs.tnfluenjje TO-tnUkariQ, butter pro'-. auction, lul fow of usoonrid-r the resuhbf little water nr haH water, lhoflffeot Isfnlly m dotrimunfO, and bsd wutcr is more ircqHonUy Uio cause of bad butter than ia believed, ns the severe drouth bears evidence. There ia no better time for boring or other wlae deepening dry wells than nowin drouth. A full and unfailing supply of pore wat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

YASS. [From tbe Tribukb.| In the Methodist Church on ;i Wednesday, Sergeant John '-2 Hanna, of the police force, ? hitherto stationed at Yass, was j married to Miss Sadonia Ste- j phens Crago, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Crago of this town. * * * Some hundred guests as- ,| sembled on the 29th March at '% the residence of Mr. S. Davis, I Spring Flat, Jeir, to witness the 1 celebration of the marriage of ? :| his third daughter, Lena Olive, |j to Frederick Arthur, seventh 1 son of Mr. William Smith, of v. % Bowning. The ceremony was 'i performed by the Revd. A. E. | Coote, of St. Clement's, Yass. ll * * * J§ By the express on Wednes- ;'ji day niorniug Mr. A. Gates, ;3| Acting Police Magistrate at 'j Yass during the absence on |j leave of Mr. Thomas, P.M., |j took his departure for Taree, U| where he has hitherto been per- ;|| manently located. He was . Si given a send-off. ;§|

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

8?dUT Produce Haxktta. The following quotations on wharf and exrailreler only to the wholesale trade, and are subject to concessions for shippers' parcels :— Wheat.— Dull at 3/2^ to 3/3. Chickwheat : Prime, 3/ 11 to J-i'/i; me dium 2/8 ; inferior 2/4 to 2/6 per bushel. Flour.— City roller, ,£8/5/ ; country makes, /7/10 to' £% per ton. Manitoba : Best imported, .£13/10/ to /13/X5/. Chaff.— Choice, j£4|5 ; prime £4 ; me dium /2/18/6 to £l,\v-. Melbourne: Wheaten, £4 ; oaten, £4. Lucerne.— Hunter River: Choice dry pee'! £ltla **- j£3(I5(, old summer hay; £3 to jf3/l°/- inferior £2 per ton. At auction /3(6/8 to £4 ; inferior from ^2/3/4 Straw.— Derrick-pressed : Tasmaman, £1 per ton. Oaten Hay. — Melbourne : Hydraulic pressed, £4 per ton, wheaten /'3/15. Adelaide £4 ; local : nominal / Oats.— Tasmanian : White feed, choice 2/3 to 2/4, extra heavy 2/5 ; Melbourne : Algerian 2/1, to 2/2 choice seed 2/5 per bushel. Peas. — Blue, prime 4/3; grey, 3/ to 3/3 per bushel. . Barley.— Cape, 2/7 t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLAIN STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

PLAIN STRAWBERRY SHOBT ' ; CAKE. ' ' Make* crust n-itli one-half more shorten ing than for biwuita. Boll in two' sheets, spread tbe under ono.with butter, place the other on top. WlieuWed, separate layers i nd ' pktcu uioshcd mid sweetened fruit be i ween and ou top. Or it can be baked In one Vj*» aud split and buttered after baking. Peach, orange, apple and rhubarb are very nice. Serve with cream. ;

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 11 April 1905

Special Advertisements. NURSE SMYTH, OEBUPJCATHi ladies' ssnnasiE, HAS Comfortable Accommodation for Udics -A.T 3yCE,S. 2s£TTl-rjD-A.~Z'&, mill is prepared lo attend Ladies in Uieir own homes in Town or Country. KELVINSXDE Boarding : Establishment. .I.r.lc Hose, Shamrock, and Thistle Hotel) m )N.u:u srkKKT. qvi:an'iik,ax, :\-.;-r the Bridge. Mji jrals Charges. Refreshments at all llJijrs. ' livery Convenience (or -«. Good Elibling Accomreoda'ion. «&. LIBS. J. aUSDAY, Proprietress.

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