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School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. Tus fourteenth annual ?eeting of the above was hed in the commrittee room of the in stitution last Tuesday night. There were about sixteen members present ; the pro sident, Mr. R. Hayes, occupied the chair. Mr. Hayes in opeui:,g the meeting con _ratulated the committee and mocmbers upon the evident success with which the institu tion was entertained during the past twelve months. A great deal of that success, said the president, may be attributod to the vim and assiduity evinced by the treasurer, Mr. Arthur Collett, whom he now very mauch re gretted to state intended tendering his resig nation from a post he had manfully filled for five years. He said a treasurer who did all in his power to further tho interests of the institution by supervising the collecting of subscriptions, deserves more than ordinary praise. The caretaker, said the president, also did her utmost, and is deserving of more than a nenal amount of credit for the man ner in which she ...

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

The Harkins' Trophy. A beautiful silver cup, standing eight inches in .height, may, now be seen in the window of the AGE Office, being a trophy presented by Mr. W. Wallace Harkins, dentist,.of this town, for competition by foot ball teams residing within a redius of 50 miles of Queanbeyan, and including the in dividual teams of Goulburn : and Cooma. -The rules under which the trophy will be competed.for are as:follows r ".-lThst the Trophy (which has been presented by 1'r. W. I=lki?ns) be called theit fQuzAxnUAI rO QALLEWGO FQO?'DALt~ 'TRoPHi." 2 -That the Trophy be open to compe. tition between the holders of the Trophy and any club whose headquarters are within a radius of.0o miles,Qf Queanbeyan, including Goulbrrn"i idividual Clubs anid the Coioma Club. 3.-That no person shall be allowed to compete for- the Trophy 'with more than one Club in one season; or unless he shall have resided within 12 miles of the headquarters of the Club which he represents for at least one month prior...

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

FO OTB ALL. IHn return match, Golden Eagles veraus the Seniors, played on Wednesday, was a good scratch game, resulting in another draw. Mr. E. C. Hincksman handled the whistle while Messrs. W. Willis and V. E. Gale Ufliciated as line umpires. Of the game itself very little can be said as it was a kind of go-as you please. At one time Harry Land very nearly scored for the Seniors and on another occasion Harry Smith almost got over the' line. Among the Juniors there are some good players, notably Harry Smith, Syd. Hincksman, R. Warren, E. Collett, A. Greenwood and F. Jeffreys, who with a little more coaching sbould be worthy of a place in the first fifteen. The locals journey to Bongendore to morrow to try conclusions with a team of that place. The following team will represent the Senior Club in the Cup Match on Wednes day next against Cooma : - Full-back, E. Bell ; three-quarters, C. Yates, T. Jordan, Carboyd, Naylor; quarters, A. Aldridge, W. Cantle; forwards, G. Moore, J. Webb, T...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What are Liberals Fighting for ? [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 July 1904

What are Liberals Fighting for? The time has come when all the e electors of New South VWales must t range tenmselves on one of two " sides. 'The Liberal and Refom d Party is fighting the forces of rmisrule an dmaladm i nistra tion. The Ltbtr Socialistic Party, andm the Miniistry, which M'r. O'Sullivan declares are but one, are defending the systCem under which New South is Wales has been gove rued since Mr. n l{tid weniutout of ollice. Socialism has been Tried, an1d every nta a, womtIan, and child in New South \\Wales is feeling the effects. Thle Metropolis is tilled with beggars >t men driven to the last resorts through inability to earn the money to buy food. While ioney was easy obtain able-it was spent freely by the See ,f \Waddell C;Gv,\erlellCit, and madness ruled in the land. Over all was the glamour of easily earned money. Ment ,r left their Legitimate Occu 1l pations to rush to the city and e pretend to work for 7s. a (lday. Can n anyone blame them ? They were y deceive...

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

THE BATHURST MYSTERY TE minysterious death of Mrs. Piper - at "Bathirst has caused a great sensation, aid r. the body has been exhumed. • No marks of any kind were visible on the face, but wheth the back was exposed to view a number of perforations were plainly seen. The marks extended from the nape of the neck to the knee. One mark was soon at the root of the hair, while on the back, between the shoulders, and downwards, was a group of about 20 marks. Thispatcb could be cover ed with two hands. On the leg, close behind the knee, another mark was visible. That the body had been washed after death was shown by theo fact that under the left cheek was a small spot of clotted blood, which must have escaped the notice of those who dressed the body for the grave. At a magisterial enquiry held on Monday the jury considered that in order to better un derstand the circumstances surrounding the death it was advisable to view ithe iboene of the tragedy. An adjournmentwas made till July 27th. I...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. OHAPTER VI.-CONTINUED. To marry and settle down was by no means the plan he had formed for his own happiness; he had intended ta travel and study mankind under other skies, to visit unfrequented parts, and perhaps publish an account of his adventures, by this would necessarily entail a large expenditure, and the lawyer had told him that neither he nor his father could raise another farthieg. There was, moreover, a strong vein of romance in his nature, and he had hoped some day to marry for love and not for money, He had, however, made up his mind that he must relinquish for the present all his plans, and propose to the heiress so providentially thrown in his way, it she proved at all presentable; but the first sight of Mabel at the station decided him-she was no wife for him-and as thedinnerpro ceeded, he was determined that in spite of their impending ruin, and the urgent per suasions of his family, nothing should induce him to sacrifice himself a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ELECTIONS—A MISLEADING STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

THE ELEC 'IONS -A MISLEADING 8 CATEMENT. Ttu? Returning Officer has drawn our attln t;on to a gross misstatement contained in the Braidwood Dispatch, and which has had so prejudicial an effect on the minds of some of the appointed officers that they are seriously hesitating to audertake the duties which they have been appointed to discharge. Our con temporary has given out (and certainly with out due inquiry as to the facts) that " Deputy returning officers and poll clerks at the forth coming election will only receive the muni ficent payment of 10i, and when travelling is necessary an additional 10s, will bs Sallowed." We are asked by the Returuing Officer-to state that the authorised scale of fees is:-Deputy returning officers £2 2/-, and poll-clerks 15/- (juniors or assistants 10/-) a oh, for their duties at the polls ; re freshments 2/6 ; travelling, per diem, 10/ with cost of conveyance added,, and to be reimburged all necessary, postages.and cost of telegrams incurred. For Chr...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR FEDERAL MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

OUR FEDERAhL ME1f1JBER. AtR. Aus'tI OCn~ar~N made a breezy speech in Parliament last Tuesdav.-lle oondemied weak-kneed protectionis-s and contrasted COnada's l.rogress with our position. Mr. Chapman said there should be less coddling hero and more encouragament to pirvate enterprise. In his address our Federlt member favoured the encouragement of several lar re natural industries that would give great employment, and said federation was not coming, up to people's expectation, and that it was a miserab'e confession of weakness to say, as one member did, that they could not do much to help unemployed. He also urged Preferential Trade as a moans to open up markets, and in support of his theory said that markets were necessary as well as closer settlement. During Anasly's lengthy debate Sir William Lynn and Mtr. Reid had a brush and the speaker called them to order.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEAD IN THE SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

DEAD IN THE SNOW. CORNELIUS Hiaolis, an old age pensioner, and one of the pioneer diggers on the orig inal Kiandra rush, died last Tuesday at Eight Mile diggings. Information of his death was only lodged at the police station on Thursday evening by Lawrence Bogger ditch, his mate. Boggerditch bad to walk through three feet of snow for eight miles, and was fourteen hours doing the journey, being unable to use snow shoes, Higgins' body lies in a frozen state, and Senior.con stable Bolton is arranging for a party to ski to Eight Mile and bury the remains..

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD AGE PENSION ACT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

OLD AGE PENSION ACr. TO THE EDITOR. Srta,-The Waddell-O'Sulliv in Government takes a deal of credit to itself for many Acts of Parliament that they have passed into law since they took the reins of Government. No doubt they have done so, but I should like to hnow why they do not insist upon the honest and fair administration of their Acts. Take now the Old Age Pension Act. This they certainly did bring into force but they only completed the Act of the Reid Carrathers-Neild Government. This Act should have been a blessing to hundreds of thousands of our aged people but unfortu nately the present administration of this Act is making it a hardship, a cruel hard ship, unfair and unjust in the extreme. And who is to blame for this ? When this Act first came into force pensions were sanctioned broadcast, and even in this district to many who never should have had any considera. tion whatever. Such as a person who can ride in a buggy with a pair of horses, one who can, and does, draw chequ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAGEDY NEAR TEMORA. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

TRAGEDY NEAR TEMORA. LAST Saturday afternoon Hugh Archibald M'Kinnon aged 29 years, residing at Beaconsfield, 17 miles from Temora, com mitted suicide by shooting himself with a pea rifle. At the inquest .which was held on Sunday, the wife of the deceased gave evi dence to the effect that he had been complain ing of deafness, and went- to Temora for treatment. About 4 p. m. that day he went to catch his horse, but returned shortly afterwards and came to her in the front room. She noticed two small streams of blood on the deceased's neck, and said, " Archie, there is blood on your neck." He replied, " Is there ?" Deceased then went out. Subse. quently he returned, and commenced writing in his pocket-book. Mrs M'Kinnon said to him. "Surely you are not going to take your own life?' He replied, "Yes, and you'll die with me and the children." He asked her, " Will you die with me ?" and to quiet him she said "Yes." She told him to keep on writing, and she ran away from the house with the ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column The public are allowed to express their opinions in this Column providing all correspondence is signed by the writer—not necessarily for publication. At the same time, we wish it to be clearly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of those who so make use of it—Editor Q.A. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE P. AND A. ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

Open Golumn The public are Lalo-ed to expre-s their opinions in this Column provi cine all co re?npon lc e ice i ne i by the writer-not neeeesril? fir public tio At the name tioe, we wish it to he clerlI uzderstoo that we do not cldorse the opinions of thone who so manke use of i: Editor Q.A. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE P. AND A. AsSOO[rTION. TO TIIE EDITOR. DEAR Sir,-If you will allow me the oppor tunity I would like to impress on all sub scribers and others, the necessity of attending the annual meeting of the above to take place or. the 30th instant. If it he thn desire of the residents that the annual show should be a greater success than it usually is, then it is necessary that a greater interest should be taken in the Association throughout the year -not only at show time-by attending the Annual Meeting, paying subscriptions ob taining special prizxs and arranging the schedule, months, instead of a'few weeks before the show. It is a disgrace to us that our subscribers are so few; wi...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

Local and General. Run and whip handle found. See advt. YAnRRALUMLA ball to-night. A big atten dance is expected. THE Rev. WV. Smith's furniture sale on Thursday next. Mu. B. J. GROGAN of Yass is very sanguine as to his return for Yass. THe polling places fixed throughout this electorate are advertised in this issue. ANsonER beneficial rain. An early spring is expected ; trees are already budding. THa local Land Board sits on Thursday The cases set down for hearing are published in this issue. IN all probability Mr. Ashton will speak in Queanbeyan in support of the candidature of Mr. Millard before polling day. STEADY soaking rain set in yesterday morn ing and continund intermittently until mid night. At No. 2 Observatory station 61 points were registered. WITH the football match to-morrow and land court the three succeeding d yeA Quean beyan expects a busy time during the re maining days of this week. AT the court house at noon to-day the re turning officer declared Mr. A. M. Milla...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT URIARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

FIRE AT URIARRA. WE learn that early on yesterday morning shortly after midnight in fact-a lot of val. unble property was destroyed by fire at Messrs McDonald's homestead. The origin of the fire is not yet known ; but it destroyed abo'ut40 tons of hay, buggies, carts, drays, harness, farming implements, etc., worth some hundreds of p unds. We presume there will be a corouial inquiry.

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 — 26 July 1904

Garden and Field Calendar for July, 1904. (B, A. Lansdowne, ,Secbdman, Goulburn.) JuLT is another deal month, where there is t little growth in anything. All, digging, I manuring, and heavy work shoulddbe pushed ahead, and everything got in order for t.-e busy months of spring. Land cannot be too deeply cultivated - shallow soil will not stand drought-and suitable plant food in Sthe shape of fertilizers and manures must t be given. Sow in drills where possible, and l give plenty of room. The weather will be severe generally. Some good rains are likely. Promises are for a wet spring. Kitchen Garden.--Sw peas (Shiel's Day. break, Wm. Hurst, and Little Gem are good r early ones, also Daisy and Dr. Stuart; old Yorkshire Hero is a reliable kind for main crop) broad beans, union seed, raddish, carrot, parsnip, lettuce, and cabbage. Field. - Sow oats, Cape and skinless barley, rape, mangels, carrots, cookefoot, rye and prairie grass, tares, peas, etc. Orchard.-Finish planting and pruning. ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dr. Blackall's Canditature [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

Dr. Blackall's Canditature (From a correspondent.) Is futherance of his candidature Dr. Black all has -luring the past few days addressed larre meetings at Gundaroo, Gunning and Collector. At the first named place the doctor's meeting was an exceptionally well attended one, and the utmost enthusiasm prevailed throug out. Mr. H. M. Gordon was vot.d to the chair, and during the course of some introductory remarks he paid a very high tribute to the sterling worth of the popular medico. The candidate who was in good form delivered a very telling address which was punctuated throughout by con stant applause. Upon resuming his seat at the conclusions of his speech the doctor re ceived quite an ovation, aid upon the motion of Mr. Win. Hopper, seconded by Mr. Charles Darby, a unanimous vote of cinfi deuce was accorded to him. There can be no two opinions as to the strength of the doctor's position in this part of the elector ate. At Gunning, which is supposed to be strongly hostile, Dr. Bla...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eczema for Two Years ZAM-BUK EFFECTIVE WHERE MANY TREATMENTS FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

Eczema for Two Years ZAM-BUK EFFECTIVE WHERE MANY TREATMENTS FAIL. " FOR two years," says Mrs. E. Clapham, of 32 North Street, St. Albans, Christohurchb, N. Z., " my daughter, aged 18, has been a great sufferer with Eczema on both her wrists. She tried all sorts of so-called oures for Eczema, but could not gain the least benefit. Her wrists were in a terrible state -festered and eaten into by thecomplaint and I became really anxious about her. About five weeks ago, I procured a sample pot of Zam-Buk, and applied it to the Eczema, strictly in accordance with the dir ections. The heneficial results of the first two applications was so encouraging, that I at once procured a further supply at the chemists. I continued the treatment regu larly, resulting in a complete cure of a very stubborn case of eczema. I cannot speak too highly of Zam-Buk, and, from my exper ience, it is- far away ahead of any other ointment I have used, and its prompt and lasting effect in my daughter's case I con ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KOHEN [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

KOHEN (From a Correspondent), ORANGE BLOsSOMr was the order of the day last Monday, when Miss Lizzie MoIunes and Mr. John Byrne were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The bride was dressed in cream nun's veiling, silk strappings, and orange blossoms, wreath and veil, and wore a gold brooch the gift of the bridegroom, and also carried a bouquet of johnquils, marguerettes and ferns. Miss Masie Mo Innes was bridesmaid and wore a dress of pale green nun's veiling, t'immed with white babe ribbon and a wreath, and also carried a bouquet, the gift of the best man. She wore a gold brooch the gift of the bridegroom. The Rev. Father Hyland uni ted the happy pair. The wedding breoakfast, which was given by the bride's mother, was held at the home, where a very pleasant day was spent. The newly wedded pair were spoken of very highly by several friends and although the wedding was a quiet one, the presents were numerous which shows the high esteem in which. the couple are held. The followin...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

j The Greatest Wonder of the Century I 'lavelock" Watches The' . Correct Time for 3/j I Never is the history of trade has such a sensation been caused. Tens of thousand.; of " HAVELOCK " WArcmiS were s A.l i-t Sydaey in a few weeks. . . . . . . . . " THEY ARE NOT' TOYS-they are Reliable Little Timrekeepers, and never fail to give pleasure and satisf:ction. Lots 0o peo?le liouglht one for each of their children. W hat more delightful present could you wish for a child . tha:u ' \VWatch. Fancy be;ig able to buy a decent watch for 3s5 ird. .. . . -........ Apply at once to your Storekeeper or Tobacconist for one, or if you have any.difliculty send us a Postal Note for 4s. id., being 3s. z d. for Watch, and 2d. for postage. We will then undertake that the Watch will be forwarded to you. . . . KROH NHEIMER Limited, SYDNEY. BOOMERANG BRANDY. THE- LONDON TIMES.-" A SOUND, HONEST BRANDY." THE LANOET.-" OF A FIIAG~RANE, PURITY AND QUALITY SECOND TO NONE. THE BRITIS i MEDICAL JOURNAL.-",A PUR...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF A YOUNG WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 July 1904

DEATH OF A YOUNG WOMAN. A Yourv woman named Dolly Whiffen, 24 years of age, was admitted into the Lewis ham Hospital on the 18th inst. in a critical condition. I was deemed necessary to per, form an operation, but she died on Friday afternoon. Her dying depositions were taken, and as the result of certain statements contained therein a doctor was arrested. He appeared before the Water Police Court on Saturday, and was r. manded until Friday next, bail being allowed.

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