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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

1)REIJMrNARV NOTICE.-Quean^ i bevan Volunteer Fire Jirigade's As JtUAI, JV*U. NVill be lield in the l'EOtcstant; ; Hall on the 5th JUNE, Jooj. C*l'EEO«'nLL BICYCLE— R.C. Baza.--- 1^ -Winning Ticket, No. i:o-Gi:o. Whscldon, Goulburn. CATJTIOX.—Trespassers on my pre mises after this date will be prose cuted without rcsjiect to i-ersons.— John Gii-FORn, Mortoii-st., Q'beyan. 18/^/05. ? Thursday, 27tfe lust. W: EToidfidd ?S'STIU, sell by pul/lic auction, on the AT THE SALE YARDS A.T ^ p.m. 150 Head Mixed Cattle, Including 50 two, three,-, nnd fouryear old DAIRY 1IEIFKRS. gjg~ Cold Countn- I5re-1. Thursday Next, 27th.Instant Thos. P. laxwell '5TTILL Sin.lv 1-v public auction, on VV account -pf T. F. Cogblan, I-«q., on Thcrsdav Kkx.'C, a7t.ii !ssr., At Hungerford's Hotel, at J p.m., Allotment No. 16, section !4, situated Atkinson-street, Quciuibcyaii ON']! FOUR-ROOMHD COTTACiK, lath isnrf plasttr, and weatherboard wall, vcraudali, picket fonce. Outhouses newlv built. Garden put down, «-:t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday, 1.30. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

TB'L'EQR-A'SSB. SVDVP.V. Tluirvlav. 1. 11 r.m. This vea'-V Sliow is llic !-«! a-rl l-rr-:=t yrt licit]. All .l-1-i-tini-!itsn='H r1n« snrc I ri?i;rcscntel. an-1 ll'c butter .1 iiji1 h --- 's the lir;:c-;t nil in.'-t in in'int of f|tia'H- — L-o.-!!;v,-i-!! faclt.-ri- -i-c-ircil first vriM. Til?- Show wis'nfficijuy o;iene-l V luc Govom ?.r-r,,-nr-r,il. At a tempTRiice ileTloiistraliosi last irj,'ht, Mr. Waie sta'.cl Ihat Hie r.ovcnj u.eitwouU ?!« all that.it couirl lo ja^s lor.-il o'-(.io:i legi^lntioii next session. Mr. Carmtlicrs !;as pra''-^ t'«« 1'S influence witliUicKailn-RyCuniini^sioncrs to mskc tlie rnrrin^c of ) ro'luie unifurm. Marrcl I.ocll, 4 lo 1 forDoncaster; other belting not changed, LONDON, Wahiesiiar. Three irirsliins of unknown liatioiialitv were siplitccl off liic -tonUi*m nortoin of T,iiot!i, tlie largest of Oic liiillippincg, at dawn yesterday. Russian oTeiitB have cut the cable from Fuclmi on the mr.iii-'.anltoTa-.nsui, lJor Sist;en Japanese crni-*-eriian 3 dest...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILLIAMSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

\VILLIA11S1)AXE. . IFncM oon CCRlllffrDKDRyT.l As it is some tune since any .news from our little district appeared in The Leader, may be some will think we are fai-ing to th; rear, an;l taking a bac'.t s:at amonj; the romitry districts around. Not at all. rb: recent rain has brightened up ev-:ry!i):u£, ana pasture Janrt u-li.'cli a few w :eks ago was a monotonous aspect is now a verdant carpet, .co that all live stock will have a fair s^art into the aj-proachiiu* winter, au3 those who earner the ' ^o'd?n fleece' are therefore much dejiphlei'.. Some of the residents hive m.irle disastrous attacks on ' bunny ' with the ]-oiVon ca;t. The awful caringe of this infenn' '.r.achius seciii? drearifi.J, but rnti.-t I «uppo=e be classed as one of the necessary evi'«. At a r.ieclinp: of the stockowncrs he'd a few days mo, Mr. J. Kr-cf.?, J.I'., w.is :.exct -d 10 repr.'s?iit this di.-^tiict as a member of tl^ Sto~k Hoard at tl;e next election nf offices which 1 beUcve takes p'iac» iu a (f;vv v...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

THE QUEANBEYAN LEADER Die QuMcnHc Nmpapsr ol The Soirttwrn Tablelamn. -%, l'fiute-18;PiihUshedtvTry Tuesday and Pridsy nl MOHASO-BTBEET, QTOJUtTBETAS. in the Stole of New Bouth Walts, by Uit Propri etor, Hehxv Kdicdhd Holland. StTBSCEEPTIOair : I.«r Year In advance - - Ten Shillings. . Booked, Twelve Shillings. B ADVEETIBBME3STTS : CASDAIJS-Firit Inch. 2/6 Bach succeeding Inch,!/-. ThreelMertfonsforpnceloftwo STANDING CONTRACTS-By ^t^TmSZ. sient. DisftictJMrectory. ^?'Consult this- Director}- before male ing your purchases. Auctioneers. Jas. Pike, Monaro-street. Maxwell and Woodftr, Monaro-street. H. C. Harris, Auctioneer, etc., Queanbcyaan. Boirdlnj Establishments. Mrs. Monday, ' Kclrlnaide,' Monaro-street. Misses Keefe, Batunrst House, 268 Elisabeth-st., Sydney, near Redfern Railway Station. Mrs. he Count, La Vista, Cliffords!.. Coulburn. Biilldera and Contractors. !?:. Holland, Macquoid-street. Butchers. Hclnnes Bros.. Morrissett-street. T. Flanagan, Bungendore. Blejclas. Red Bir...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. MAJURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

! District News, j MA JURA. l-ro-jio-jr Corrssn:-:ik:it. I Iiear that the Govcnuueut have refused lo supply farmers with seed wheat, as the following- letter (which has been handed to me) will show : G3 l-n.irt-j-.i.-iit of Mi:ics an-.l Agriculture, S-.-inicy, March 31, 19^5 Rfr,— Vili: n-fl-rciicc to tbc ktters dated z.^i nltiinollsiml jmiI ir.Bt., jrcrtutccUiy you from Mr. ? , of Majura, asking to lie suinilied willi sec-J wheat, I am dir rvclal Iu inf- tin you Ui«t Oil- JJcrartmcr.t iloL-s!-.f-tiir.cnJ IJ Jistrib-iti s:e I w'.i:ai to farm eis. I l.-ivc, etc., WA!,TI:.K S. C.V.IIT.KU,, I.-:rcclur of Agriculture. I thiiil-:, laking into consideration the bad seasons iv: have had of late, the lea-t the Government might do is to supply those in need with seed wheat to keep them from going mider. The cry of the reform can didates during tiie election campaign was ibat alliious-i th;y advocated reform, they would sa that- auvone on the hud i;i need of he'p would Ret it ; bill promises ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A World Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

A World Elsewhere; ? i'»i'i.^.*Pfl... ? .;w..-ti. j|. &. 4. it. 3.-J|rtt. J-$ y.-Jf. ( At Sydney Quarter Sessions tnvo brothers who pleaded guilty to breaking and enter ing, informed the Court that they had no home . or friends. They committed the offence because they were starving. ?* ^ * In the case of Bernard Mid winter, charged with the mur der of Frank Rees, at Louth, the jury disagreed. Prisoner is to be re-tried at the next Dubbo Circuit Court. * * * Mrs. Milford, wife of a fruit grower atHarcourt(Vic.), who was terribly stung by a swarm of bees, died from brain fever. * * * A female relative of General Trepoff has been arrested among the Terrorists at St. Petersburg. Two of TrepoflPs neices, also Nihilists, thereupon committed suicide. * * * The recent earthquakes in In A la \\rrf*n\rt±A tlio fntirnc a-.. Sultanpore and Mandi, where there were about iooo casual ties altogether. * * * The Hospital for. Diseases of the Skin, Blackfriars (Eng.), claims to have cured an ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

Lo:r1 Ersvltlsa. A.F.D. : Thauks for suggestion. Will deal with that matter shortly. The Leader for Tuesday next will be published early o-i Monday, advertisements must reach us by the morning mail. Crossbred withers at Homebash ou Monday made 27/9. crossbred ewes 2j/v merino wethers 21/2, and a few merino ewes J9,'S. Bullocks made to ^15/5/, a li'? o! 12 averag ing .6i3/i.3

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

STOBSB SBETIH, . OBBIO'ICATED X. A. 3D 1 32 S' 13' U' 33. S 33., KAS Comfortable Accommodation fcr - Ladies imd is prepared to attend Ladies in Oi;ir own homes in Town or Country. Boarding : Estabiishment. (Late Rose, Shamrock, nud TliisllcJIolel) MONAKO STRliKT, QU1!AKB1{VAN, Near the llrldge. Mjl:.-^3 c.'iarg:;. flsfrcstiments nt allH^.-s. ?^i- Caod StaL'ttin Aecommoda ion. -l^ SS^S. J. ajgaAT. grosrigtross.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
E. C. Church.—Easter Stations. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

B.C. Chnrcli.-Eister Bt»tion». WiawfusDEr, 26th— Mr. W. Sul livan's, Canberra. Thursday, 27th — airs. Morrison's, BuJga Creeli. Friday, 28th— Mr. J. McLough lin's, TJriarra. Sunday, 30th — Mass, Queanbs yan, 8,30; Tuggranoug, 11. Monday, May 1— -Mr. !,.__ Tiar iian's, Tharwa. ' ' . Tuesday, '^lay. -2— Mr. G. Hat-. diffe's'XJjtira'.tar. ' . ' .

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLASS-CONSCIOUS REFORMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

CLASS-CONSCIOUS RE FORMERS. The Liberal and Reform l'artv lia-1 lil tic, if anylliiui!, in cunmian with tlic so called capitalistic cjussl-s.— Mr. HoGL'f. 1'kk.haps Mr. Hoguc reckoned that he was making a correct statement of tlie position when he declared as above. But fact p;!ed on fact, as supplied by the acts :iud the attitudes of the al leged reform government, give an emphatic denial to the as sertion. And the case present ed below is just one of manv which niiglit be thrown with niycli force at the Carnsthers' Administration. ^: :;?- :J: £o::ic montli:; ago, :it the in stance oi' Mv. D:iv:tl Storey -a ?prominent sharclioKk-r i:i a big competing factory), an inquiry was held into the working of the State Clothing Factory. The object of the persons de riving the investigation was to show that government clothing could be nir.de better and cheaper, under private contract than in the State Factory. The Public Service Commis sioners, who conducted the in quiry, have net yet submit...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] League. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

' i.i'jjr iCcajas. At th» Temperar.ee flail, o-n 'furs day evening, Mr. Jas. P;ke presid ing, a !U2dij)£ of t je local labor league was hs;d. A cjrcuisr fioiii.lbj General }:x ecutive was read, re the establish ment of a lighting fund and lbe uj-- noinUicntof a iiiraianeiitorganiEer. Th; league w.;s asked to name a date 0:1 which il would rccuv.; a 'tlenutalioii re tame, , After Qi5CUS5icu it was resoivea to notify the Executive that the league would receive the deputation on May. 4., Ihe date of next general rasetiiip;. It was also decided to en deavor to arrange for the members of the deputation to address a public nieetiug 0:1 the saniedale. A letter was a'so read from the Executive promising lh.it in the near future a labor member would visit both Queanbeyau and Braid wood.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. Tuggranong Sports and Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

LOCAi EEW8. XtLSgrenoagltSiioTta asd Picnic. The sports iu4 picuic at Tiiggra - nong give^wmise of drawing a big crowd put ainong the hills. The programme arranged by the com mittee isau excellent one, and we leani that Hists will be a record number df -eiitriei! for each event. The eveute include two bicycle races, children's rapes, baby show, Irish jig competitjpus for adults and juveui!es,; stepping thedistar.ee. cob of cora guessing comjictilicn, throwiagrat J:tfe wicket, footraces for old and' .youug, running high jump, tugTOJf-Vvar between town and country, Udrupipe, iadi^s' races, and a luaidp^i hunters' coiitc.:t for grasi-fed^teicks. Surely suilicicnt ta satisfy tha'Tiiost exacting. T]ie local baud ^vill play on U12 ground' a'l day ; aud luncheon will b: avail alile at 12.30. At night there is to b? a social re-union at Mr. John !'*it-/.gera!d's ^ and if those who attend -don't; enjoy themselves it c:rtainly won^r be the fault of the energetic secretary, Mr McGse, ar.d his ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN Calendar for April. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

31 FARM AND GARDEN j By A. LANSDOWNE, Seedsman, Contain). Calendar for April. Our. share, so far, of the March rains has been small, and only a small area has bene fit ted, and where our advice re deep cul tivation and stirring of the soil has been followed, the Waeea exhibit at the late show ought to be proof of the truth of our contention as to the value of cultivation in dry weather. Sow in drills where pos sible, and the fertilizer with the seed, as then a much less quantity is needed and expense lessened. New crops and new methods should be tried each year. April promises to be mild and unsettled, with much thnnder weather and some good rainfalls, much Seabreeze, and some fogs. An early frost or two is probable, and some squalls at times. Kitchen Garden.— Sow onions (all kinds), leeks, kohal rabbi, turnips, lettuce, herbs, radish, broad beans, cabbage (of sorts suited only). Small sowings of other vegetables may be tried. Field. — Sow wheat, oats, rye, skinless, English and Cap...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

? '-1 Our ? ' ? - ~- i. ? Day? Fell on the 13th MARCH. — ®®~ BEING IJSTYOUR BILLS! Hayes and Russell ? 'rrmmM'^''''-- -*''' . JJiiffli - I»-Ksiaiilisbed 18S9] MONAHO «THEET. QUEANBEVfcN. 'V'-v'1'''1 A Splendid Assortment of Autumn & Winter Goods in Stock. Latest Fashions. Perfect Fit. Good Workmanship. Unequalled in the District Prices to Suit Everyone. Good Bicycles. There never was a time when Money could buy better value iu Bicycles than the present day. You cannot find a better Bicycle at the same value, of the same sterling construction, as a Red Bird Bicycle. We spare no trouble nor expense to pleas:. We are not satisfied unless you are. 'Full 12 months' guarantee given with every Bicycle. Then why delay purchasing. Our AGENT wUl allow you the highest price for your old Second-hand. CANADA CYCLE & MOTOR CO;, Limited. Head Office : 357 George Street, Sydney. Local Agent : GEORGE PERCIVAL, CHEAP BEEF_& MIJl!roN. feat KsINH.ES BROS. mHHiTTAVE Commenced Bus...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

BRAIDWOOD. [From the Disfatcb.] The other morning Mr. John Allen, on visiting his mother's farm at Bombay, was shocked on opening the* loor of the dwelling house to find Alfred Bond, a man in his employment, lying stretched out. dead on the floor. The deceased was about 60 years of age and a very old resident, if not a native of the district * * * The late rains have quite transformed the appearance of the Araluen Valley. Cattle and stock of all kinds are re suming their sleek condition, and the rich pasture bids fair to hold its own through a good part of the winter and pull the stock through their time of discontent with no fear before them of either hunger or thirst. The plough is busy at work in all directions and the brighter prospects which are before us have gladdened everyone. Not the least of the benefits which are being experienced from the breaking up of the drought has been the supply of water which the late rains have af forded just in time to prevent the stoppage of se...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

GOULBURN. [From the Penny Post.] At Hurstville on Wednesday, 5th inst, Miss Florence Brew, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Brew, of East grove, Goulburn, was married to Mr. R. E. Bunter, son of the late Mr. Bunter, of Big Hill, near Marulan. The Hospital matron's re port showed that during the month 36 patients were admit ted, 36 were discharged, 4 had died, and 30 patients remained in the wards, including a num ber of typhoid cases. * * * Mr. P. Leyne, storekeeper, of Auburn-street, has received news of the death of his young est brother at the Madison Ho tel, New York, on the night of February 7, through being as phyxiated in bed through tie escape of gas from a leaking pipe. * * * Henry Baxter proceeded against Eric Hearne for ab senting himself from service without reasonable excuse. Evidence was called to show that the lad had been ill. A fine of 10/, with 4/10 costs of court, and £1/1/ professional costs (in defaults 14 days' im prisonment) was inflicted. * * * At Goulburn...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROAST PIG'S HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

BOAST FIG'S HEAD. First boll tie head unto it ia antBoiantly tender to allow the bones to be taken oot. After removing ties* shape the bead neatly aud skewet It together firmly; .mix tome pewuered- sage-leavea witi pipper end salt and iprinldTthe mixture ovwit.^Tben fire^batWvFweU^wnue1 ** **'* * d-t done, which will be in abouthaUsn hour if the Bre Uta 1 proper condition, serve at onoe on a bot dish, pouring it over a good gran. Aj^aaoe 6 {he best s^iopaiiimimt for There u np worirto humtie tbst WUfnl. sett in it will not be noticed anarewaruea. Ram'sHom. . ^ .- ? :? ?-? Euiton claims to bave in bit laboratory every substance, organic and ioorgamV, tar the, world* - ?' . '-.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Easter Postal Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

Ej'Stst Pssiai £.m:i3^iu!nts. At lha local post office the follow ing arrangements will ht observed during the Iiaslerllolidajs : — Uood 1'riday, opcu g to io, for delivery of iiiaiis only. Monday,' post ar.d } telegraph offices open i'-.om 9 to 12 I a.m., and 6 to 8 p.m. Tli-ore will I be no town delivery o;i (iood l'ri ! day. . j

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

ro£e-'Ol C^rr5Cnon4c3:c9. Tin; Deputy l'ostmaster Genera! acknowledges coiuniuuicaliou from Mr. AuEtJi Cbapmau with refer ence lo proposed telc})ho'.ie exchange at (jueaubsyau. Ais?o fore5;lablish rnent of telephonic communication iielwcen Adaiuimby and Koscdale, and tlie request of Mr. W. Davis Wright re establishment of a Post Office at Erookiyn, Captain's Flat. The matters are having attention.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSTY RANGE FURNITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 April 1905

RUSTT EANGE FURNITURE. New stoves or range furnitoro are some times so much mated as io make tbe use ol it very inconvenient. Put into a runty kettle as tsuoh bay as it will hold, fill it with walet ana boO many 'hours, at night set it atiie jjdthjnjjtJa^WjnlJ^lJ^JjjtijjlflL will eerttuEybeeffeottiiu?

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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