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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

Cricket. The Gundaroo cricketers played the Gininderra men a return match on Saturday on the local ground. They came shorthanded, and the local players gave them the services of their old warrior, W. Gribble, in addition to a few younger players. The feature of the match was a big innings by Tom Gribble. He did not start as well as usual, but played fine cricket when he got thoroughly going. The scores will show that Ginin derra had an easy win. Gundaroo. S. E. Clifton, not out ? 59 T. McDonald, b T. Gribble ... 9 A. Frost, c Savage, bT. Gribble 2 W. Gribble, run ont ... ... 17 S Keir, c Ryan, b Hollingsworth o J. McFeeters, bT. Gribble . ... o E. Savage, b' Hollingsworth ... o F. Wong, b Hollingsworth' 1 W. Vallance, b Hollingsworth;.. o J, O'Brien, b Hollingsworth ... o Sundries ? 1 - Total ... ? 89 Ginindebra. S. Buckmaster, b Frost ... - ... ,11 H. Southwell, c Savage, b ' Clifton... ? ? o T. Gribble, retired ? 152 G. Gribble, b W. Gribble ... 18 S. Murty, c Vallance, b Mc Donal...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALL. Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

HALL. (From our Correspondent.) Sain, Well, JMr. Editor, we're a happier family out this way than has been the . case for a considerable time. Of course, you will surmise that it is on account 01 the ram, which we gladly welcomed last week! It was just the kind of rain needed to cheer the poor cockies, who have been having a bad time of late. ? The fall varied from two to about three inches in different parts of the. district Out inthejeir country there was not a blade of grass, and the outlook appeared hopeless/ Now there is quite a change, and given a week or so without frosts, good winter feed is as sured. Plenty 'of the stock from this part was long ago removed to Wyaiong and Temora to the grass country.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

TUGGRANONG SPORTS -A-35T3D PICNIC FASTER MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1905. Programme : 1. TUGGRANONG BICYCLE HANDI CAP, 1 mile. First Prize, £i ; second, Tropin-, value 10s. To start at i. 2. CHILDREN'S RACES (begin on grounds at n o'clock), including Race for Boys under 14, prize 5s ; gixls under 14, prize 3s 6d ; and other in teresting events. 3. BABY SHOW; 4V36. Prize, Tos.' ? 4. BICYCLE HANDICAP, % mile. First Prize, los; second, 5.®. To start at 2-45. 5. IRISH jlG for Adults. Prize, 10s. Irish Jig for Juveniles, under 21 ; prize, 5s. To start at 3 o'clock. j 6. STEPPING THE DISTANCE. Prize, 10s. Start at 3.15. 1 7. GOBOF-CORN GUESSING COM PETITION, prize 10s; and THROW ING AT WICKET, prize, los. Open ' all day. 1 8* FOOT RACE. Open to all comers. I 100 yards. Prize, 10s. To start at I 3.20. 9. RUNNING HIGH JUMP. Open to allcomers. Prize, 10s. Start at 3.40. JO. TUG-OF-WAR — Town v. Country — 12 men aside. Prize, 20s. Entrance free. To start at 4 o'clock. tU OLD BUFFERS' RACE; Prize, Bag ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

GOULBURN. [From the Penny Post.] At the Police Court, Henry Lambdas- charged -with hav ing -assaulted Mary Jane Horsefield by striking het. Hfe was fined 40/, with 7/6 costs and 9/ witnesses' expenses, in default one month's : hard, labor. -? . -? '? ? ? ; Miss' Isabella Howard, 'who died in the Goulburn Hospital on April 2, was a daughter' of Mr. Howard of Bbnton's V ale, Dalton. The -.deceased was also a sister of Mr£ Brunker, of Exeter. * *. * At St. Andrew's Presbyterian. Church, Goul burn, t-h Wednes day last, Mr. Th'tffias H. Har-. mond, eldest s'bfcr.jbf Mr. J. Harmond, lateofTaralga, and Miss Florence S.'Jf.So'merville, youngest daughter of Mr. James Somervillejof Thorn ford, and ' late'!,; of .County Monaghan, Ireland, were mar ried. ? The revenue received ^t the Lands Office for the March Quarter was ^'6^o8h represent ing a decrease of nearly £ 2000, compared with the correspond ing period of last' Vear. This is accounted for, the piir-. chases becoming freeholds, and; by ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. URIARRA. Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

! District News* 3 + ? * URIARRA. From our Correspondent. BainfiOl. The rainfall here since Sunday last just reached 402 points. A beautiful steady rain fell from Tuesday morning till late on Wednesday evening, with scarcely a break the whole time. Already there is a spring in the grass, and if frosts keep off for a few weeks longer there- will be a fair show of grass for the coming winter.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

; : . 1~7' - ? - V..W o r. ? -? Watch Repairing THE mechanism of a watch is an intricate and* 'delicate thing. Many good wat^hefe have been, ruined by bungtiag-repairs. I do expert repairing, atid I am willing to stand on my record as such. I know how. to huiflk a cheap watch and i know-how-to handle- an ex pensive, timepiece*— yet either g[ets . the same honest fflre ,and attention in this workshc^*)f inifte. If you have Watch Repdire tohe done, I want your worfc^ promise to do them right at a Reasonable Price.- * E. W. Lesjnond. If you wantanyaitiCleof Jewellery, cut out thedesipidfromariy of the - so^U5sLj4^Ili53^ney!-adverti6e-. - inents; — I 'Wiu'^Qgply ^you direct from the.V^t)le^.eJIousei]/in)tlie £ less for the same article. Rings, Brooches/Spectacles Mass to Order, v' , WEPEINT . V leader

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

The Show. Many people out here were prevented from attending the Show because of the rain, but all were' greatly.- pleased iwith the welcome change. ' ?jUIok.

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The River. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

The Blvei. ' The Murrumbidgee is rising, but it is not thought that the. water will reach the floor of our low level bridge. If it does there will be trouble with the mails. When crossing the bridge. the last ? time I went ? to ??''townj I' ntt: ticed the flooring was very slippery and dangerous. Wet weather prevailed at the time, and we were forced to drive very carefully. A coat of tar and gravel would mend matters very much, and perhaps pre vents serious accident later on. Will the authorities take the. hint, and remedy the evil be fore it is too late ?

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Beef. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

Suf. Your townspeople will ?shortly be treated to some prime Brindabella beef, as I noticed one of your butchers, taking a draft of fat cattle past on Wed nesday last. 3/4/05- ' ?

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRINDABELLA. Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 April 1905

JiRINDABELLA. [From our Correspondent.] Bain. ' Since my last I can report a copious downfall. It rained here without ceasing for 56 houis, recording 6 inches, bak ing powder tin registration, which you may take for granted is fairly accurate. And, as I pen this, it is still . raining. You can place your correspondent upon one meal a day for the period of one month should you hear him again complain about the ?want of rain during the next twelve months. I trust it will soon cease, or it may cause an awful disaster by bursting the rain guage, which would place your correspondent in a rather difficult position, rendering him unable to record any fu ture falls.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRAPE JELLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

GRAPE JELLY. Select those grane* whioh are lull rine Sn» i116'.' 5 tbem from Ibe stems and put them in an earthen or wooden bowl, as mofs« will injoro the xolour of the jelly ; rni^h thoroughly wilh- wooden - pestle or spoon. Put them In a porcelain katUe with. ' 'Mwclowl y, and best ton boil. Boil fifteen minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove irom the fire, strain through a elotb, and .to cadi pint off [nice allow one pound of granulated sugar. Mix The juice IS i WJ place upon tho fire, iJii ii .v a. **^7 ninutes, skimming well all tbe time. Pour into tumbler*, ana ^ uot'l c°ld, when they should be ; B^MQttw.ihat torrid tf:L*m*ure rtewiH stop to speak to ^ ' Ob» I don't think Ae will, ^ v y,lc(II,: ' WhyP Lillian : Bscauswhe hasn't anythiflgnsw on/ Clawi*4 ff.U anf «Qe?r^ *** * quarrel, 2? Twm Blfl N°.^d®ei; niatoo noar Sflow^*7 irith ;96org|, dear «ooo»elto_a judge whohadieitbUat#aDer sayjasas^' ^ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

TO BE OfBNED Miy I, ,1905.] * Queanbeyan ?% College AND . Hcademy of inasfc, ' XAQVOZO ST^ilT Conducted by mrt. mama Bail, Jl.it JI.1IL, Cm. Pupil ofSir^uira Benedict ? ana Henri B.ussell...T^ ? ? Mrs.' Warren Ball is a trained and certifi cated teacher of 35 years' experience. Circulars containing tarifis an^ particu larsto be he had At' the School, Maqudid street/gneaabe/aOr.and a^ Tmt Lsad office, * PRESS NOTICE. 'TPN order to avoid mlsandentandingand i-J. diawpolntment, It ii lereby notified that onlesi the 'customary 1 Prkss Passks lie prpTionslTMiittothe Ofiicc, noTcpre «entative from this journal trill attend any entertainment or local function. -In all «nei' wlitre the liiual fonrteiy doei pot -e*toidtb the fteaJ, it «liall be taken to indicittethat a report of the ' proceedings js'tuxdesired. ? H» ' E. HOtLAND, PropHetor. j ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

HERE WE ARE! Witt Indent parcel of IRONMONGERY, CUTLERY, TOOLS, Our . j|hI 1 Workmea's Outfits, etc., per1 s.s. SIERRA; ? ; ; ^j\ e; 11 1 LL & son.. Having met- with such approval and success in their previous indents of the Latest Goods, have now landedand opened up ANOTHER LARGE SHIPMENT of the above Goods! NOW ON VIEW! -NOW ON VIEW! NOW ON VIEW! Cutlery I Cptlery ! Cutlery ! The Famous Stiletto Brand. Largest Assortment ever landed in Queanbeyan. Come and see our show of POCKET-KNIVES. The Shapes, Style, American Finish and Quality are worth going a long way to see. EVERY KNIFE GUARANTEED. Butchers' Knives and Steels, Scissors, Pruning Knives, Carvers, etc. G-TTILTS I C^TJlSrS I C3-TJ2STS I From the Best . Makers. . Try us for PEA RIFLES — something different from everybody else. (Winchesters, Hamil tons, Stevens Maynard ; Triggerless, and others.) We are the Agents for Peters' Semi Smokeless CARTRIDGES, short and long. These Cartridges are much stronger and supesior to o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

? ? ' : ? ' ?! hi -? -« -t , »,?* ? C-v .. ' ? . ' ow : ^ -? ?????' : ? ??_ ??? .r.^ -? - ?'?????? ? :? ???? * ' ;fsfci'i ? . Biipg apr Amounting to £875 6s 6d First Cost, Has just landed in Sydney ex sailing vessel West Lothian, and will be Opened Up by Us in a Tew Days. ? ? WOODGER BROTHERS AMERICAN DENTISTRY POX XKB AVSTB&LUV raom 1 P A TT A TM^TIVTS PENT.IST, of Queanbeyan, JLV. XX . I I i\ XV l\ I Xl kj ifi conjunction with ? W. W. HARKINS (late operator at North Melbourne Dental Hospital), Wishes to draw the attention qf the Public of this District to the fact that lie has now been 12 months a permanent resident, and has a surgery fitted in the latest American Style. His 'Motto has always been : 'flOOd. ttlOl* SpMltS ICT Itttlf.' There fore, when in need of the Dentist, ask advice from some of R. A. HARKINS' Patients. You arelhen sure to become one of his Patients also, and as the prices are now the same as at Sydney you will be the gainer. We absolutely guarantee PAIN...

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Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

Picnic. 1 On Sunday afternoon last a small . number of Queanbeyanites (a score . in all), journeyed — per foot — to a beautiful spot on the bank of the Molonglo River, some Jcouple of miles from town, and there put in a most enioyable afternoon. The affair was -organised by the pinic veteran of the town who is ever trying to make the best of leisure moments for the young people of Queanbeyan.

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday, 1.30. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

«BtEOBAHES, SDYKEY, Monday, 1.30. In thfceorte ef a ^eedk 6k Tenterfietd, Mr Lee *61 (&e country had now 0 bet ter cbttce to establish the iron industry that! eft r before. Tlie Government is sending gangs of men into the country to .trap rabbits., A boat capsized on Lake Torrens, Ade laide, yesterday afternoon, three men be ing drowned. There is no change in the produce mar kets. Potatoes are very firm. LONDON. Sunday. The Bogatyr, Rossia, and Gromobi have been repaired, and are now ready to leave Vladivostock to assist Rozhdestvenski. A Mr. Ferguson, lumber merchant, has bequeathed a million dollars for the erec tion of statues and monuments commem orating American historical figures Bad events. The bodv of Admiral Paul Tones has I been discovered in the Paris cemetery, and I will be transferred to America. ! Marquis, of Linlithgow has gone abroad , for three weeks for his health. Linevitch reports- that Cossacks on the 10th discovered a force of Japanese in the Hunlio Vaf...

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BURGLARS AND CHLOROFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

BUBGLARS AND CHLOROFORM. . Burglars sometimes chloroform their vio tims in the hope that their work will be the more easily and effectually done. As the plan is to administer the anaesthetio while ?the patient sleeps it is no wonder that foQnre attends the effort. Happily it is one of tils moat difficult feats- to aooomplish, requiring the greatest care and the highest degree of, skill. ^ By msny good obeervers it ia claimed to be impossible. The latter may be looked upon as the rule, espjoidly with novioes. Before primary insensibility is obtained the victim awakee from, the irritation of the in haled vapor, wheone force u neoessary for the completion of the purpose. In the : an alarm may be given, .and the assonants may be captured. Fortunately the chances are always the latter, as his victim, facing the horror of strangulation, is instantly and almost in stinctively roused to. desperate resiatauoe. Taking all the chance*,- howexnr, chloroform in the hands of a burglar should » co...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

COOMA. fFroui the Express.] At the Cooma Police Court A. McMahon, charged with hav ing in his possesion a sheep skin reasonably supposed to have been stolen, was acquitted. Ou Saturday Mr. Thos. Snowden was very severely knocked about through the horse lie was riding falling with him 1 * s-. * The recent rains have made a wonderful difference on Mo naro to fanners and graziers. Grass is growing luxuriantly everywhere in the district. The Cooma Show for 1905 had a record of entries,- num bering 1300. ?i* V 5j! Lasfweek three new cases of typlipid fever occurred in the district. ' * & $ At Numeralla the long spell of dry weather has at last broke, over an inch of rain having fallen. * *' * The annual show of the Cooma Pastoral and Agricultu ral Association began on Wed nesday. The Bibbenluke Es tate, Bombala, was represented in the fat cattle section, taking the largest number of award?. There was an excellent show of sheep. L. Bell, of Goulburn, s red honors for champion Shro...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Market Reports. Queanbeyan Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

!!imarkciRepoi1$.H|j Qnsubtrrui Prloir*^ Onrr«nt. The followidg pnces, unless otherwise in dicated, refer to the^ wholesale trade, at)d are sabject to ordinary market Auctua tions^- ' -? . Kteiir V-jiB/iol to jfo per ton. ' ' Wheat : Locid,. 3^.40 3/3 pcr bushel.. . .. ' Oat3^ Whitefo£d',,2;Q; .Algerian. aU it. Bran;~/?iT3)erSnsliel, . ' Pbllardif^ierBiufiel t £i\ io' ;; Juceme,:nonunal;;rack,./3 per taiu. Barley' 3/ to 3/3 per bushel. Potatoes : /5/10/ to £6 per ton. Onions: 1 It perewt Chaff! Prime, £3 to /3/5( per ton. Straw ! Deirick-prtBaed, 3»( to 35/; bundle, 25/ fer tod, Bacon : /JLper lb; Butter: FacttMy-made, ordinary. 1 9 J daiiy Ij per 16. Lard ; In balk', Ii per lb. Eggs: /.to per, doz. i ... Poultry: Fowls, ij t» a/6; young fowls, 1 1 to 1/6; ducks, 2/6 to 3/9 ! turkeys— gr^len 4/ to 7/6, hens 3/9 to si per P'r. Sheepskins : /3J{ to Mi per lb. Tallow : In shipping condition, to /'io; broken packages, ^16 per ton. Honey : /a to /3 per lb. Beeswax *. /io per lb. Bneui : ...

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MOVING SCENERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 18 April 1905

MOVING SCENERY. The pnene-shiftar will find his oooupation j goiiu, i? the systen now adopted atv the Mun- I tuh Opera Ho ise is universally used. Hen Lautcnschlagcr, the chief machinist them, is tho inventor of the system which oons&sts of moving *c-nery, raisiog ths curtain, and I other heavy stage work entirely by deetridty. J A German musio paper says the preliminary j experiments were gone through in the I presence of the*. Bavarian Court ' officials and two Parisian managers. The French men expressed their approval df the Bavarian machinist's system.

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