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The Storyteller. A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER V.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 July 1904

The Storyteller. A- MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER V.--osrrNUED. Beatrice glanced again at her new cousin, and wondered if there could be any mistake. She noticed the black silk gloves, with the tips standing out far beyond the fingers, the umbrella still with its cover on, and its ag gressive silver knob. Could this possibly be the great heiress they had been told to expect?' Weold Jack ever take a fancy to her ? He was so fastidious, and Beatrice could see no beauty in the thin palo face she could just distinguish by the light of the Carriage lamps. She would probably fall in love -"nt him, as she most likely had an idea of marzying the future head of the family, or else why had she come to stay with them?. Her money"'w1tld be very useful, but would Jack take any "-pins to be atten tive to such a plain, shably'~irl ? Her thonuglts'were interruptea by Mabel saying, ' There seem very few ho~se here. Has there been a fire?' as she;looked through the 'indows into the darkneo. A fire 1' repe...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 July 1904

IVIEN *rWOMEN T is as good for women as for men, Women often tmep need a vitalizing tonic. Wolfe's Schnapps has always been a fine thing fo 'tire and pufferi g women. Wolfe'd Schnapps Is an old honest all-round tonto beverage and household remedy, You get nothing but lasting good from its use. W sK Ochn Wolfe's Schnapps end TAKE NOTHING ELSE LADIES.-RD BOXWELL'S bemone 1,nt Pills oreml ed uneeemally the vrhrld ever . Bold b all ohe M. 8d. t box. ?nalat aa getting.f eee pine, and d· pereuWed N merept 27 jitbstitute. via,/ er t For clts, borns, brulses, srstd,. rar cbhopperd hands, chaftne. cold sores, rcaem, nod all irrlatio|g and diseased codl:lioos ) of the skin. Zm-Buk In free bolb from a?cid fa4s and mineral poison, being made only olf the c:racts from rare healing plantls 5 t ls so reflined bthat he sklo absorbs IIt f is co betiler soothbln, and pure or to Lghtl'y oliseptic. oes may rub Zm-Bkot la so rub all pal, dlarus ,and Irritatloo ooL Sold at all chemists and stores at 1/e ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 July 1904

Certificated Ladles' Nurse, U AS decided to practice at her Profession in Qoeanheyan, and may be consulted at Mrs. SULLIVAN'S, Monaro Streot. NOTIOIB. |T is my Intention to take a holiday, not . having taken one during the loat 10 years. I hope to be away for at least two months. F. A. MOFFATT, R D 8.. Queanbeyan. HARES I HARES I 1) OUGHT IN ANY QUANTITIES. l One Sbilliug per pair delivered at Gonlhurn. WALTER SLOOOMBE, Goalburn. HORSE RUGS, Cow Rugs, Cornshellers, Chaffcut ters, Ploughshares, Barbed Wire, Fencing Wire, Saddles, Harness, Oils & Paints, Teas, Wlpapers, Salt and all Station SSupplies Can be procured at o gerBros6 Bedrock Prices. WVBE' Y(nr. HAVE A COLD. The first act . n you have a cold should be to r. lieve ;!.v 1,'n s. This is best accom pliihed by th, e of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. ThI: ':tie dy liquefies the tough mucus aryl C ,?rs- is expulsion iom tb- ira sails of the I..nes, irduices a free expectoration and opens the s.cretions A complete ctre soon f...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 July 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. S In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s 6d ,, ,, SSubscriptions ma' cr.mmence or discontinue at any time. -o C- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. HE •rmD 011b (k1~tllanhr II a tg (ESTABLISHED 1860.) THE Queanbesan Age is one of the oldest and best-known advertising mediums in the Southern districts, and commands a large and ever inoreasini circulation throughout Bungendore, Oanberra, Captain's Flat, Gininderra, Guudareo, Hosk;ngtown, Mioalago, Molonglo and Southern districts generally. Published on Tuesday and Friday afternoones. . TO ADYE RTSERB : "Judidiou$ Rdveiti ilg i0 the Reyptone of $udde%$ t~d by @dvexti$irg irl the 20 you fedeive vlue foi youi nloney. ADVERTI ING SCALE : One In~k .- - - - 2s Od. Each succeeding Inch - - is Od. iC. Special Rate for Standing Advertisements. Of every Descriptiozn at 4ycdluiy Prices. Circulare, Billheads, Account Forms, Delivery Books, Posters, Dodgers, Menu OCrds Ball Programmes, Visiting Cards, Business Ca...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WORD TO THE WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

A WORD TO THE WOMEN, BY A WOMAN. WoSIEN.-For the first time in. the history of New South Wales, we are able to exercise a dircct influence on the political destines of our country. Many of us did not want the suffrage, being satisfied to leave the making of laws to the men. But since we have been given a vote, we have been com pelled to look more closely into matters concerning the political condition of New South Wales. What do we find ? The political history for some years of New South Wales shows that men have neglected,-their duty; that quite half have not taken the trouble to vote, and that of the others, too many have been led away by the brazen voices of demagogues. We find that the country has become the prey of political adventurers, whose aim is not the welfare of the people, but to keep their own seats. As a consequence, public money has been poured out in the most lavish fashion, quite regard less of what is to happen in the future. Do we not know who will suffir? The po...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What does the Liberal Party Propose ? [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

What does the Liberal PartU Propose? It is sometimes asserted that the Liberal Party has no definite platforni- that although they tind fault with the Government, they have no clear idea of what they will do if they get a majority' at the next elections. HERE are SOME of the PROPOSALS of the LIBERAL and REFORM PARTY. 1. They propose to try to bring about true government by a majority associated to gether on a common platform of principles. - They say that it will be better for the country that the - Labor Party shall either carry on the government of the country with full ,responsibility, or take the responsi bility of opposing the Governnment, 2. They propose as their po licy (a) That public expenditure shall be purged of all waste and extravagance. (b) That political patronage oven to casual works shall be absolutely stopped. An honest endeavour to curtail the pomp and luxury attached to our present system of government will give a surprising result without in ,;flicting any hards...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COMING ISSUE. Liberalism versus State Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

THE COMING ISSUE. Liberalism versus. State Socialism. ELECTORS, a final word as to what the real issue is in the present campaign. Let there be no mistake. The coming political struggle is between the advocates of good govern ment and honest administration on the one hand, and maladministration tinc tured by State socialism on the other. You have to bear in mind that -after this election there will virtually be only two parties in our State Par liament-Libeaal and Labor. The party at present denominated Minis terial disappears. Its component parts merge into the Labor Section. T'hey have practically been one for the past five years. They will be actually one after this campaign is over'.- Mark this : Every so-called lylinisterialist 'will be as rmuch a 'Labor Man, under the dictation of the Solidarity. Caucus, as Mr. M'Goweri himself. Iu the near future, theai the political struggles in Parliament will be between the Liberals who are the guardians of individual rights and of private...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

PRO MOTION. THe Bartier .irner, published at Broken Hill sagys:-'"Mr. A. J. H. Collett who has been post and telegraph master atEurioiie for tbbe past thi reayears; and Chas inae hibnm s elf?iopular with ail -with'whoim he asi been brought' into business contact, has receivid notice of substantial promotion, involving his removal from the district. It is proposed to entertain Mr. and Mrs. Collett at a srocial and tomake them a monetary presentation. Mr. Collett's departure is (a correspondent writes) greatly regretted by all classes of the local community." (It is probable that Mr. Collett will return to Queanbeyan for a short holiday in the course of a few weeks.-Ed. Q.A.)

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Yacht Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

The Yacht Victoria. " The Government owns 44 steamers, and yet thought it necessary-to pay £35,000 for the steamer Victoria. Thirteen of the steamers are advertised for hire for pleasure parties. If they are suitable for the pic-nio parties of private 'citizens surely they are good enough for Ministers and their friends. The expenditure in buying the yacht, and in paying the annual insurance on it, was totally unnecessary and quite unjustifiable.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden and Field Calendar for July, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

Garden and Field Calendar for JuIy, 1904. (By A. Lansdowne, 1Seedl.mzn, Ooulburn.) JULY 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 t a 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. 8ow in drills where possible, and give plenty of loom. 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, raddith, carrot, parsnip, lettuce, and cabbage. Field. - Sow oats, Cape and skinless barley, rape, mangels, carrots, cookafoot, rye and prairie grass, tares, peas, etc. Orobard.-Finish planting at.l pruning. Get proper a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Impenitent Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

An Impenitent Government. Mr. Waddell 'promises reform, and in the same breath declares for further loan expenditure on a large scale. He says he will borrow £1,500,000 a year for public .works. Mr. O'Sullivan was removed from the Works Department because he spent too much money. Now, as Minister for Lands he declares he will borrow and spend £600,000 a year. This Government's idea of financial reform -is to add to the public indebtedness £2,100,000 a year. New South Wales has had enough of such administration. We want a return to common sense and business principles, and the Liberal and Reform Party is pledged to that. In the iext nine years loans will fall due amounting to £26,000,000. The State will, therefore, be compelled to borrow at the rate of nearly £3,000,000 a year to repay these. If the Waddell-Owe Sullivan crowd remaifs in office for nine years, they -will go to the London mosey lender for £5,000,000 a year or £45,000,000 in all. ELECTORS! How do you. like that for -a f...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS' ASSOOIA TION. A GENERAL convention of theabove,of which Mr. P, O. Hill is a vice-president, will as semble in Sydney on August 17th, 18th and 19th atthe rooms of the Employers' Federa tion, 117 Fitt Street, when the wholesale and manufacturing spheres of the State will be fully discussed by some of the leading store keepers of the State. The gathering of business men promises to be one of the largest ever held in this State. The matters to be discussed include the amendment of the Early Closing Act, so as to secure uni formity in the restrictions imposed and bene fits conferred, and its effects generally upon the commercial status of the State. The Parcels Post regulations, the necessity of re strioting the Chinese and Asiatic population and other vital measures will be placed before the meeting. The Commissioners of Railways have granted to all delegates attending the convention a special reduction of one half in railway fares. The convention will, no doubt ex...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fighting Platform OF The Liberal & Reform Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

TeFightig NPlatfor0 OF "Te Liberal &8lReorm PartU. i. Majority Rule, and Free Repre sentation of the People in Parliament. 2.WEconomical Financial Adminis tration. 3. A Simple System of Local .ove ernment. 4. Further Reforms so asto diminish the excessive cost of Parliamentary Uoverment, and as an earnest of State economy. 5, Closer Settlement.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

Municipal Council: AT ;.he.. usual fortnightly 'eeting of: the Municipal Council held last night there were present: Aldermen flungerford (Mayor), Knox, Oollett, Hinckeman, Dixie, and Atkinson. Correspondence was read .rom the secre tary of the Queanbeyan Football Club asking °iermission-.to close the recreation ground against the public on the 27th instant so that a charge of Od per adult, and 3d for children may be made, the occasion being a visit from two of the Cooma football teams. Moved by Alderman Collett and seconded by Alderman Dixie that same be granted in accordance with tbe rules appertaining to the rec. The reports showed the following credits: --General account, £82 19/1; lighting so count, i.68 8/5 ; rec. reserve account, £9 4/5, One account was passed for payment being that of Mr. W. Dunshea amounting to £4 0/6d, due for tree planting. Alderman Collett gave notice that be would at the next general meeting of the Council move a motion that a sinking fund of, say, £50,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Stonebreaking Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

The Stonebreaking lndustru. The stonebreaking industry was started by the See G(overnment over twelve months ago. 13y its wasteful expenditure of borrowed money, it attracted men from our primary in dustries and from the other States. The vigorous public works policy-seven shillings a day for unskilled laborers and trades union wages for artizans, was all right while it lasted. As soon as the Government was forced to economise, a large number of men were thrown out of employment. To keep them from starving, the stone breaking industry was started. Lately the Government has endeavoured to show, by means of a report from the Labor Commissioners, that there are at present fewer unemployed, and con seqluently, less distress than in former years. The following information gained from conversation with a number of men engaged in the stone breaking industry supplies the other side of the story. Stonebreaking is restricted to married men. A married man with one child is allowed to break 6 y...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. (BEFORE Mr. A. Elliott, P.M., and Messrs John Gale, and E. G. Atkinson, Js. P.) POLICE V. J. M. E. FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

(BEFORo Mr. A. Elliott, P. M., and Messrs John Gale, and E G. Atkinson, Js. P.) POLICE V. J. M. E. FRANKLIN. J. M. E. Franklin, of 13riudaht-Ila, was ordered to pay a fint of 10/- inr addition ., 4/10 costs of court, for hliving on the 28. h day of May In-t tr·avelled some 24 horses from Yass :o Q..-albeya wi:thout having previously otiifniiedl a pntrmit, that distance being over 40 miles. PoLICE v. EJDWARD WATERS. Edward Waters, for using obscene lang uage in the Royal H)tel at 10 30 on the night of 18th June was fined 20/- and 4/10 costs of court. Defendant was allowed seven days in which to pay the fine. The sergeant stated that accused was a hard working boy, and rarely visited town, hence the light penalty imposed. A TENANT OR C'ARETAKER? W. Davis Wright made application for a warrant against John Callaghan, bootmaker of Queanbeyan, so that he (plati tiff) may be placed in the possession of certain premises situated in McQuoid S'reet in which the defendant was carrying on his t...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

Condition is a very serious matter in Cut Tob?coea. We often see good leaf spoilt through being packed in tins that are not air tight. Cut Tobacco should open up in perfect condition, ready for the pipe, neither too dry nor too moist. .ANKEE Tobacco bOODLE is packed in Patent Air-Tight Tins? and is positively guaranteed to open up fresh and sweet. It is also sold in Plugs Dark and Bright-and to those who preler a Mixture, we I can honestly say that no better Mlxtureli sold than "Y.D." Mixture. Ask youar Tobacconist. t BOOMERANG BRANDY. THE LONDON TIMES.-" A. SOUND, ,HONEST BRANDY." THE LANOET.-" OF A FRAGRANCE, PURITY- AND QUALITY SECOND' TO NONE. THE BRITISi MEDICAL JOURNAL.--"`A PURE PRODUCT, WELL WORTHY TH1F ATTENTION OF THE PROFESSION. WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO. THE VERY BEST and HIGHEST GRADE TOBACCO, MANUFACTURED IN AMERICA, Obtainable in Plugs, and Cut, in 2oz. and 4oz. tins. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. IS NOW TIlE FAVOURITE SMOKE. *Manufactured f rom the Best Selected Leaf. -.:; >.A H...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

00Local 1over et. Just prior to the reconstruction of the Ministry, Mr. Wise,, who then hoped to be premier, launched forth with a scheme for Local Government. He assembled a conference of country people, and talk .of Local Government filled the aii'. Other ministers too, thinking it had caught on, developed a sudden enthusiasm for the scheme. People, naturally enough, asked the reason of this new development.- The Ministry has been in powol for nearly five years,, and has DONE NOTHING FOR: LOCAL GOVERNMENT, notwith'standing that it .._ had "a ma. jority, and could carry out what legis. lation .it liked.. If the See-Waddell Ministry had been really anxious to introduce a measure providing for Local Government, it had every op. portunity., But nothing was done while Parliament was sitting, and it was only on-the eve of the elections that it was discovered how important it was for the country that such a system'should be inaugun rated. Moreover, , :ilINISTERS SPOKE: AGAINST IT previou...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER V —CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER V.-CONTINUED. 'Miss Mabel : Miss Mabel ! Have you gone stark mad ?' cried Hannah in dismay. 'Your lovely dress! Oh I Miss Mabel I' ' It's all right; now give me that piece of lace that belonged to aunt. Joan,' and with deft fingers she ,draped the fine old white Spanish lace around her neck and shoulders after the fashion of the beautiful lady in the miniature. 'There, Hannah I don't I look nicer?' she said, just as the Dowager entered the oom, and gazed admiringly at the tall, graceful figure, the fair wavy hair, the delicate lace, creamy from age, enhancing the white skin, and the diamonds of the elegant locket glittering upon it. ' My dear, you will certainly be a reign ing beauty someday ; you look delightful !' she exclaimed, but she did not notice the cut of the skirt that sometimes touched the floor and sometimes cleared it by several inches. She did not hear the hard crinkle of its cotton lining, nor did she observe, as the sharp ey...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

Debility & Dyspepsia A Long Timeo of Suffering, THE RIGHT REMEDY AFTER MANY FAILURES. The Case of IVrs. E. H 'I?RISOi. (BT A SYD'?Y REPORTER.) The value of expert knowledge in the various pursuits of life is readily admitted by Mrs. Emmaa Harrison, of No. 19, Little 1lloonmliehl-atreet, Surry Hills, who stated to our reporter that by occasional practical sympathy and intelligout help we may greatly assist our neighbounrs, and promote the prosperity of the distressed. Continu ing, iMrs. Ilarrison said: S"I am thanikful for what my past mse tnods have accomnpllished, and in justice to those around me I will tell you what, those meuthods were, and why they were em ployed. For many months I had suffered terribly from indigestion and debility, and 1 hope never to go through the same mlsery again, for my life was a burden to me. I felt so dull and drowsy that if I took a nmeasuroment for a dress I would forget it if I did not write it down immediately, but the strange part of it w...

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