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MR. GROGAN RETIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 August 1904
MR. GROGAN RETIRES. Ms. B. J. GROoAI, Independent candidate, has retired from the contest for Yass, lear ing the field clear for Messrs. ffleok (re. fora) and Nielsen (labour). Mr. Grogan says-'" I expected to be strong on principle,. because of the unhappy Rectarian influences with which I have no sympathy and which are so confusing the minds of people, I have the moral courage to come forward and take the course of retiring from the contest in order that I may set my own supporters free to exercise their franchise as they think beet. As I entered he contest on my own foundation, so my retirement is on my own responsibility, and to leave my side free to vote for which of the remainining, candidates best conserving their interest without influ ence or ipterferencaefrom myself."
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1904. POPULATION OF N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 August 1904
WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendore Mirror & Caytain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1904 POPULATION OF N.S.W. ACoonRDmN to a stafement prepared by Mr. T. A. Coghlan, Government Statistician, the population of this State at the end of last month was 1,445,728, being an increase of 7,019 from April 1 to June 30, 1904. The increase of, births over deaths during the same period- was 5,698, whilst the arrivals by sea exceeded the departures by 1645. The principal contributories(excepting the births) to the population were New Zealand and Victoria the arrivals from the former being 1606 greater than the departures ; whilst in the case of Victoria - the excess of arrivals was 1061.
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 August 1904
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER VIII.--CONTIN ED. And then because she felt overwhelmed with a felling of distress at never being able to do the right thing, she passed on through the schoolroom up to her own room. Things certainly were very odd here. Why was she not to take M~r. Worthington's arm when she was really tired, and allowed to take Jack's when she was not all tired, and the dining room was so near ? Jack cer. tainly was a sort of telation, but he was equally as stranL e to her as Mr. WVorthing ton. Well it did not much matter: she did not mean to stay long, and would spend most of the remaining time in her own room where she had ordered a fire to be kept alight all day long. She was very tired, indeed her limbs quite ached, and she did not want to see any of the others down. stairs. She would tell Mr. Worthington it was unkind of him to offer her his arm if it were not the right thing for her to take it and, sinking down into an easy chair, she took up a book ...
A Word To Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 August 1904
A Word To Women. LooK at your face in the mirror each night. Do you see a suspicious " shade" round your eyes ? If so, that " shade" marks where a sunken ring will come unless you cao fill up the cavity. Does your skin look rough, dry, and just a little green ?' That slight tinge will turn to a horrible yellow unless you can replenish the healthy blood to make it pink ! Can you do your hair without having to drop your arms and rest P Can you get out of bed in the morning feel. ing fit to overcome all the difioulties in the world, and finish wt.h energy to spare-like yoi us d to f.el P No you can't ! and if you've noticed the other little important points mentioned, just think a minute. Are you going the way to keep up the good looks Nature has blesssd you with P What's wrong with you ? In nine cases out of ten there's but one answer-Liver Disorder pobably brought about by Constipation. Poisons which should be expelled are left in the body. A disordered liver turas a pretty pink skin...
Mr. John Hughes, M.L.C. at Michelago. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 August 1904
Mr. John Hughes, VM.L.O.. at Michelair o. --o ON Saturday last in ,the Sohool of Arts at Michelago, the Hon. JolrnHughes addressed a fairly large and representative gathering of the electors of Monaro in favour of the candidature of Mr. Perkins, the chosen re presentative of the Liberal and Reform Party. Mr. Hughes, who was most attentively listened to throughout, dealt at some length with the finances. He pointed out that we were now labouring under the huge .burden of a debt of £82,000,000, the interest on which was £1.700,000 'per annam. We had to-day aadefioit of £500,000 in spite of the fact that our revenue had greatly in creased. We had also to-day an army of 40,000 unemployed. During the last three years the present Government had spent £50,000,000 in the government of this country, as against £33,000,000 spent by Mr. Reid in the last three years of his term of office. The result of the enormous .bor-. rowing of this spendthrift crowd was that our credit now was lower than t...
The State Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
The State Elections, TAKEN on a whole a great Reform victory has been fought, the final state of the parties being : Opposition ........................... 46 Labor ............................ .. : 25 M inisterial ..............................- 15 Independent ........................ : Total .... .................. ' 0 The following are the names of thecandi dates returned for the re pective eleotorate: - Annandale-W. H. Mahoney (0.) Ashfield-F. E. Winchcombe (O) Alexandria-John R. Dacey (I.) Balmain--W. Anderson (0.) Belxnore-E. W. O'Sullivan (M.) Bingara- S. W. Moore (0.) Burwood-T. Henley (0.) Broken Hill-J. H. Cann (L.) Botany- R. J. Anderson (0.) Canterbnry-E. F. H. MacKenzie (0.) Camperdown--J. I'. Smith (M.) Darlinghurst--D. Levy (0.) Darling Harbor--W. M Daley (L.) Glebe-J. A. Hlogne (0.) Granville-J. Nobl,s (0.) King-E. C. V. Broughton (0.) Lane Cove--D. Fell (0.) Leachhardt-R. Booth (0.) Marrickville-I \V. W. McCoy (0.) Gordou-C. 0. Wade (0.) Middle Harbor-R. Arthur (0.)...
Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
S lospital Meeting. Taim usual monthly meeting of the committee of management of the Queanbeyan District Hospital was held last Friday afternoon. There were present: Messrs. Fred Campbell (president), James Cunningham, C. U. - O'Hanlo, and the Secretary. The Chairman offered an apology on behalf of Mr. A. M. Millard for that gentle. man's unavoidable absence. Correspondence was read from (1) Mr. Bressey, of Acton, intimating that he had, in accordance with the desire of the committee, rcconsidered his resigna. tion, but had .not altered his opinion. By the tone of the letter Mr. Brassey was op posed to what he termed unnecessary expen. diture in connection with the management ofTihe hospital. Mr. Brassey's roeignatioh was received with regret. (2) Fiom the Department of Public Health asking for a detailed statement of the expenditure incurred in the construction of new buildings, and announcing that it was usual to forward plans of buildings to .-:that department for approval before...
SENTENCE OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
SENTENCE OF DEATH. AT the Central Criminal Court on Friday, further evidet,ce was taken in the case in which John Orane, an elderly man, pleaded not guilty to a charge of criminal assault on a girl 14; years of age,'alleged to have been committed at Dubbo on January 6. The jury after an hour's deliberation returned into court with a verdict of guilty. Accused was then sentenced to death. Addressing the accused his Honor (Mlr. Acting Judge Rogers) said he could not hold out any hope of mercy.
District Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
District Court. ONE ease was set down fo bearing before the District Court-W. D. Wright v.Thomas Cadden. Mr Millard appeared for com plainant, and Mr Woodward for defendant. Wright sought a verdict for some £30 alleged to be due on the sale of some 6 head of cattle sold by Cadden and owned by a syn dicate in which Cedden was a partner of which Wright was manager. Wright, it ap pears, from the evidence given for plaintiff had been offered £5 10a per head for the cattle and instructed Cadden not to hell. Cadden offered Wright his cheque to cover the amount received for the cattle, viz., £4 15s per head, but Wright would not ac cept on the grounds of it ab ing an unsatis factorv figure. Catden subsequently offered through his solicitor another cheque but it was not accepted. Cadden, it was shown by the evidence for plaintiff, took some nineteen cattle to Tumut, sold 13 for £5 9s per head under instructions from Mr Wright, and brought the remaining six back to Quean beyan. It was over t...
The Courts. QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
The Courts. QUARTER SESSIONS. THE Queanbeyan Quarter Session opened this morning before his Horo Judge Fit zhardi g. Mr Mark bou:hwell, of liali, was sworn in as a justice of the peace of New South Wales. The Deputy Sheriff, Mr John Gale, had pleasure in intimating that there was, as on the previous visit of his Honor, an absence of crime in the district, and hoped that the present state of affairs would long continue to exist His Honor complimented Mr John Gale and others upon the oppreciative absence of crime, and hoped that this would not be the last occasion upon which he would find this galcs
Garden and Field Calendar for August, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
Galrden and Field Calendar for August, 1904. (By A Lansdowne, Sec,.man, Qoulburn.) THE season is now advancing, and growth will start in many crops and plants, and large areas of many st eds can be sown. Let all land be well and deeply worked and well manured. Many of the patent manures well repay the outlay. It is no use trying to grow crops without feeding them. Sow in drills to allow of surface cultivation in dry weather, and do not try to plant larger crops than can he attended to. The weather will be changeable and severe at times(; rough winds, frosts, snow, and rain, warmer at times, and some thunder weather likely, should westerly or tropical disturbances be met by sea winds Some further heavy downpours, especially in central and coastal districts 'ire likely. Prospects are still for a wet spring. KITCHEN GARDEN.-Sow peas, broad beans, onions, carrots, beet, leeks, radish, lettooe, cabbage, parsnips, cress early potatoes, herbs, rhnbarb, asparagus-seed or roots, srinach, Bru...
FOOTBALL ON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
FOOTBALL ON SUNDAYS. AT. the Oarcoar police court last week four residents of Lyndhurst and three residents of Mandurame' were charged with riotous conduct in *a .pqblio place at Lyndhurst on Sunday,. July 17, viz., the camping reserve. The prosecuting constable stated the accused and others were playing football, and a dis pute over the decision of the urppire took place and ended in a quarrel The police magistrate pointed out the awkward position the accused had placed themselves in, stating that had an information been laid against them under a certain act for playing on Sunday they would be liable to a fine of forty shillings or seven days. As it was, he said, he was strongly opposed to any such games being played on Sunday If young men wanted to play football they should play on week days, and not on Sundays. If they" bad no respect for themselves, they should consider the feelings of others. Only recen tly a clergymen had complained to him about the frequency of Sunday footbal...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
John Dalmore Hill, a storeman, fell 65 feet on Thursday'at Anthony Hordern and Sons' store, and was killed. Abont £10,000 damage was done'by a fire which occurred at Gunn's timberyards, Ho bart, on Thursday night. On Saturday morning Mrs. Knox, who resides in Canterbury, was bratally assaulted by an unknown man, who'had entered her house. Mrs. Donnelly, who resides in a tent at Canterbury, was assaulted at midnight of Saturday by an unknown man, who after wards escaped. In connection with the accident when Emilo Peiti was knooked down by a cart and killed, the driver has been committed for trial for manslaughter. At Mlimi on Friday morning, a six-year' old son of Robert Camphoell, a miner, died from burns caused by its nightdress igniting from the kitchen fire. Mr. James M'Kenzie, of Wallendbeen Station, while re'urning in his buggy from Cootamundra on Saturday,snddenly dropped dead. The deceased gentleman was one of the oldest residents of that district. Woods' Great Peppermint Cur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUC TIONS. VVV'VY'V V~ý VVVV MEN WOMEN IT s as good for women as for men, Women often times need a vitalizing tonic. Wolfe's Schnapps has always been a fine thing for " tired" and suffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps is an old honest all-round tonic. beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. ASK FO0 Wolfe's Schnapps ,nd TAKE NOTHING ELSE. Cuts and F'ace Blotches. PROMPTLY REMEDIED BY.ZAM-BUK. "I oUT my finger to the bone," says Mr. John O'Sullivan, of 5 Morgan Street, New castle, New South Wales. "I applied several Ointments, but at the end of two months it still remained unhealed. Seeing Zm.-Buk advertised, I procured a sample pot and ap plied it, with the result that within a week the wound was completely healed. I was also troubled with face blotches, to cure which I had been taking a well-known blood mixture for some considerable time without success, so I tried Zam-Buk with the happy result that my face is n...
PUBLIC OFFICERS' REMOVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
PUBLIC OFFIOERS' REMOVALS. THeRE are between 12,000 and 13,000 officers in the public service of the state. With such a large number, removals from one district to another are continually, taking place. This occurs more particularly in the Works, Lands, Mines, and Justice Depart ments. The cost of removing furniture be longing to the officers comes to something like £8000 per annum, an amount that is regarded as excessive, and an endeavor is being made to reduce this expense. A meeting of heads of department was recently held, with the view of placing the matter on a more systematic basis. It is stated that the cleck'on this expendilcre is not sr.fficient and while in some cases a fair charge is made in others the charge is deemed to be too heavy. Some of the departmental heads consider that a contract should be let to a carrying firm to undertake the work, if pos sible, at certain schedule rates, due allowance being made for the difficulties to be met with in distant parts of the s...
A Stormy Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
A Stormy Meetiing. LAST Friday night Alderman J. G. Griffin, of Sydney, was announced to addr as a meeting in the Protestant Hall in support of the candidature of Mr. A. M. Millard. The chair was taken by the Mayor, Alder man H. J. 8. Hungerford, iand there was a very fair crowd of electors present. Whether it was because of the majority of those present being disposed to advocate the views of Dr. Blackall or that some youths and other hostile electors who attended were determined to create a disturbance is yet un known,bat the speaker, despite his frequent appe Is to the au?dience,was hoored and howl. ed so that scarcely a word could be heard. Aid. Griffin then prevailed upon the Mayor to call for the police, and the Mayor refus ing to take such actior, he asked him to resign his post as chairman. The hilarity and confusion at this time became more and more intense. Here Mrs. A. Cameron, of Reedy Creek, was asked to take the chair, and at once consented, yet the disturbance was que...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
P. A)D A. MEETING on Saturday afternoon next in the School of Arts. MRn MILLARD has received congratulatory messages from all parts of the State. THn official declaration of the Poll will probably take place to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock THE funeral of Sir George Dibbs took place at St. Thomas's North Sydney on Saturday, and was largely.att ended. 'THn cycling road race from Goulburn tto Sydney was run on Saturday, and won by T; Robinson, of Cooma, with a start of 55 mine. J. Arnet, the New Zealand rider, was second. Of the 13 riders who finished in the Dunlop road race, three were New Zealanders, two Victorians, and the remain der residents of this State. Robinson led all the way. AT a general meeting of the members of the Queanbeyan Branch of the Political Labour League held last Thursday night the following office-bearers were appointed : President, Mr. J. Keeffe; vice-presidents, Messrs. Jas. Pike and T. F.'Coghlan; trea surer, Mr.'J. W. Venables; secretary, Mr. H. Johnson; o...
QUEANBEYAN ELECTION. Victory for Mr. A. M. Millard. GREAT EXCITEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
QUEANBEYAN ELECTION. Victory for Mr. A. M. Millard. Tia contest last Saturday was the most exciting political battle yet fought in Queanbeyan. The utmost enthusiasm was shown in the conflict duriPg the past few weeks, and not a stone was left unturned by either party to secure a vote, the result being that the-poll on Saturday was an exceptionally heavy one, two out of every three voters recording their votes. From the hour the poll was opened in the morning at 8 o'clock till 6 o'cloa!' in the evening each elector could be seen wending his or her way to the polling booth, where the opinions of the electors were recorded, to control the destinies of the future three years' prosperity of the State. Before the local polling booth crowds were assembled all day long -some out of mere curiosity, and making their last attempt to secure another vote. The line of demarcation was visible, the Reformers taking up their stand outside the gate while the Ministerialists were content with a partin...
THE ELECTIONS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
THE ELECTIONS TO THE EDITOR. Sta,-In reply to Mr. Jas. Pike's charge against Mr. Gale, Returning Officer, that " he (Mr. Gale) refused to supply him as Secretary to Dr. Blackall's Committee with the names of the Deputy Returning Officers, and Poll Clerks at the various Polling Booths, and that it is safe to assume that the Reform Party have all the information they require." I desire to say this is an unjust, unfair, and untrue accusation. The Returning Officer refused me, as Secretary to Mr. Millard's committee, the very same information. Again, as to Mr Pike's state ments those employed by him (Mr. Gale) in the office are all reformers." This Mr. Pike mnust know full well, is another m;srepresen tation as both in the office here and also in outside booths people were employed both as Deputy Returning Officars and Poll Clerks, who are well known not to be on the Reform side EDWARD F. LOCKWOOD. Hon. Secretary Mr. Millard's Committee.
BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 August 1904
BUNGENDOREH *-- I- FoXES continue to do damage hereabouts. Mr. E Hatch has had several owes and lambs killed, just the kidneys and tousues being eaten out, and the carcases loft Two foxes were shot:the day afterwards in tij. bame peddock. A number of our local sheairers have gone out back to commence shearing. We are enjoying delightful weather, and although the nights are frosty, the days are like summer. There is a decided improvement in the health of thedistrict; nearly all the recent patients are convalescent We have the promise of an unusually early-spring; already griassis shooting well, and the fruit trors are commencing to bud. Crops are showing up well. Residents are pleased to note that our esteemed public school teacher, Mr. Aber nethy, was highly eulogised at the recent annual meeting in Goulburn of the Public Schools' Association for some excellett work done by him in connection with the new syllabus. The work conslets of four large charts on rule work, which were exhib...