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CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 August 1904

CHAPTER? IX. Mabel was preparing for the ball.. Before her, on the dressing-table lay the minature, and every now and then she glanced at it to make sure that she was producing the same effect with her soft, fair hair. ' There, Hannah, will that do 9' she said at last. 'I should just think it does I Why, ain't you the walking image of that picture you think so much of I And now just look at this lovely petticoat that the old lady has sent for you to wear I My word ! but it's too good for a petticoat-with all these frills and lace ! And the satin enoes and silk stockings for all the world like a doll's I see once in Regent Street.! Lor, but Mrs. Benson has imnproved your black brocade skirt?' Ilnnah continued, as she carefully placed it over Mahbe's white shou'ders, and then proceeded to hand her the bodice. ' Oh! I cannot wear it I Benson has out it all away, and there is no body left!' Mabel exclaimed in dismay, as she quickly removed it. 'Oh, my dear, my heart misgrave me when I h...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 August 1904

Our Yinter Goods must go. Sprin g Goods arriving. Sale on. P. C. Hill & Son* Mr. Rose, the defeated candidate for Belu. bula, prophesied that in future there would only be two political parties in the State the Reform and the Labor party. Mr. Mo'Gowen yesterday declines to make any definite announcement as to the future attitude of the Labor party. A meeting of the party will be held early next week. Mr. G. H. Reid, interviewed, said that there could be no more unmist.kable verdict against a Government than that just pro nounced by the electors. Mr. Bennett, Minister for Works, says a continuance of three-party system is now practically impossible, and the sooner the parties are reduced to two the better for the country. At the Central Criminal Court, Carl Aug usten, a Swede, was sentenced to five years' penal servitude for feloniously wounding Arthur Farrell at Newcastle on July 7. '' This new Parliament can render no greater service than by placing the people under a truly...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Indigestion. ITS SYMPTOMS AND ITS CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 August 1904

Intligestion. tITS SYMPTOMS AND ITS CURE. SurroSE all went wrong at a railway goods yards; trucks for the north were shunted on the South Coast train; goods for the south were despatched by the northern express wouldni't 'there be confusion, probably wreekP Now, if you have indigestion, your !'goody centre" is topsy-turvy. Goods- nourishing substances-which should he ex -:.pelled from the body altogether and turned on to the main line, that is, they're poured into the blood, and allowed to run through out the whole system. Naturally there is confusion, and sometimes wreck. The blood is poisoned-that causes headache. There is constipation-that's because the liver has not been properly treated, and refuses to go .on secreting bile- the natural aporient of the body. Sometimes there is a sensation of hunger. Then a rush of poisoned blood to the veine of the stomack changes the feeling to one of nausea. Away goes this blood to the head, .and causes dizziness and " specks before the eyes....

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOBSTERS IN THE WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 August 1904

LOBSTERS IN THE WEIR.1.. LAST Wednesday Mr. John Gale received from .Narandera half-a-dozen fresh-water .lobsters which the samne morning were suc cessfully placed in the deep water of the weir at Queanbeyan. Four of these excel lent shell-fish were full of spawn and two were male fish. The largest of them were fully 18 inches in length, not reckoning their big claws,. and weighed about 2jlbs each. They were sent by Mr. F. Siebert, formerly of this town; and later on that gentleman intends to send a second con, signment of fema!e lobsters with their hun dreds of young ones, which they carry on their shells till old enough tocare for them selves. CHEAP excursion to Melbourne. A MEFTING of the P. and A. Assooiation will be held to-morrow afternoon. THn local advocates of Reform will ban quet Mr A. M Millard, M.L.A, on next Thursday night in the.Protestant Hall. See advt. THERE are no fresh developments in the recent discovery of gold at Gunnahleen, and we understand that the results a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Queanbeyan Estate. Application to Set Aside Settlement ALLEGATION OF UNDUE INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 August 1904

A Queanbeyan Estate. Application to Set Aside Settlement ALL'EGATION Or' UNDUE INFLU ENCE. THnE h aring of a suit arising out of the will of the late George Cana bell, of Dnntroon, neat Queanbeyan, was entered upon bef,,re the Chief Judge in Equity, in Sydney last Wednesday mor-ing. About 25 witnesses frcm Qieanhlyan are on the case. 'FThe plaintiff, Edward Charles Close Camp bhell, a son of deceased, set out that under the will he was entitled to a certain interest in the estate. In March, 1900, a settlement was made under which plaintiff transferred his interest to A. G. 13lomfield and John Sydney Richardson, in trust for plaintiff and his wife, and subsequently for the chi'd ren until they reached certain ages specified. The settlement also contained, among other provisions, one that until the estate of the plaintiff's father, George Campbell, should be divided, the trustees of the a ttloment should have power, with the consent in writing of the plaintiff and his wife, during the...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Land Board. THE results of the recent sitting of the above Board are as follows :— THURSDAY, 28TH JULY. For consideration. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 August 1904

Local Land Board. THE results of the recent sitting of the above Board are as follows : THURSDAY, 2Ira JULY. t. For cnsideration. f C.. . 1cKeshnie, 1000a a -recommended I. 920S, rent £1 184 41. n Henry Osborne, 931a a 1 - recommended, d rent £1 e Application to enclose roads. n Patrick Kelly, c p and a 1-granted e Fergus Kelly, c p and c 1-granted 1 Applications.to erect give and take fences. Patrick Kelly, o p and a I-granted - Fargus Kelly, c p and a 1-granted a Applications for connideration. G Archibold, 50a c p, 150a c I-co.. firmed W. J. Ward, 150a c 1-confirmed C. J. Kirchner, 1743 a 1-confirmed Rose E. Murphy, 40a c p, and 60% a 1-ad 8 journed e Jos. J. Oldfield, 100a a p, and 300& a 1--on firmed John Noone, 40a a p, and 1206e a -confirmed t Dennis Kelly, 50 ca p, and 1304 a 1-con irned W. L. Cotter, 57a a p, and 228a a 1-disal lowed F. E. Smith, 150A a p, and 451a a p-oon Sfirmed Bank N.S.W. (J. O'Connor, Mortgagor), 245. Sl1-confirms d Walter Ginn, 150a a p, 450a ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 August 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. ( In Advance, (Town) 2s 21 per Quarter. ,, (Cuuutry) 2s GI ,, ,, Y Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. " ( THE PIONEER NEWS PAPER, Established 1860. DONT BE FOOLISH. ISi'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicycle that has n3 name and which will be always going out of order. WHY NO P BUY A RED BIRD BICYCLE FOR 1904. A I{,.AL UP-TO-DATE BICYCLE. One thrtis 1 ULLYOUARANTEED and ,hich will LAST you FOR Y e.ARS, no matter what sort of work you give it. WRITE TO US OR CALL ON OUR .LOCAL AGENTS. YOU CAN buy on LONG EASY TERMS. SMALL DE POSIT, payments r.a.de to suit;buyers. WE TAKE YOUR ,OLD MACHINE IN / PART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., Sydney. TIHE GOOL)D BIC4YCLE CO.; "E?, "WC. iEEOZ EL'E'OIST, AGENT, QUEANBEYAN. STOCK OF SUNDRIES in town, at Lowest Prices "T 'BILLY'&'GOLDENIA' YOU krow "BILLY" TEA of course. Everybody who is anybody, knows "BILLY," it has been the standard drink of Australians for halfa...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1904. A CHILD MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 August 1904

WITH WHmoI ARE, INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, B angendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1904 A OHILD MARRIAGE. IN the Melbourne Court yesterday Margaret Chandler was charged with making 'a false statement as to her age for the =purpose of being married. A birth certificate produced showed her to be 15 years of age. Evidence showed that the girl's'father died about seven years ago and her mother three years ago. Elizabeth Chandler said she was a sister-in-law, to accused's husband,, who was a labotrer,. She was present 'at accnued's marrinage, which took place at Holt's Matri monial Agency. Herbert J, Wiltshire stated he was a clergyman of the Free .Christain Church, apd was licensed to, celebrate mar ringes. "He produced a declaration signed by the parties'testifying to the accused being twenty-one years of age, and also a cerci ficate of ?'the marriage of Albert Rueban "Chandler to Daisy Ryan. Constable Ward ley .produced a cortficate showing that the a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
State Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

State Politics. THE Cabinet met on Saturday morning. The Premier stated that the only business which received attention was the case of a man under sentence of death. It seemed therefore no further step was taken in con nection with the decision of the Ministry not to resign office till the last moment. Amongst the Oppositionists the feeling of annoyance at first manifested has been superseded by composure. It is said that it would have been too much to expect a Ministry with so pronounced a capacity for doing the wrong thing, or doing the right thin, wrongly, at all times, to suddenly adopt the proper course. A popular impression is that Ministers are merely holding on to their emoluments. flappily that solution is not accepted in Op position circles. But shat is really thought is that certiiu of the Ministers who hate the leaders of the Liberal party as they bate liberalism and reform itself, believe or hope that there is still a chance, with the aid of engineering, to make the Li...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

P. and A. Association. p ad ourned meeting of the above Asso niation held in the School of Arts last Saturday afternoon was not attended so well as might have been expected, nevertheless the attendance, numbering 18, gave evidence of more enthusiasm being evinced in the forthcoming show than has heretofore been the case for many years. Mr. J. T. Collett (vice-president) oconpied the chair. Aftaa the reading of the minutes and the disposal of other formal business, the Secre tary announced that the following members were elected as the remaing number of the committee - Town.-Messrs. Dunlop, Atkinson, W. Clemeshs, Garraway, W. Pike and Knox. Country -Messrs. Citonitt, F. Campbell. 1. McCarthy, P. Shunmack, John Soutbwell, and F. Warwick and Walter McIntosh cven .oting. Pr. kfcIntoah 'wio was present asked to IMtlP IFSb-Tpo I vliilp 'a poi~5 pt the two , ps-dbie, which resplted in that gentleman 'bein eleptedl as a pommitteemgan. YR. GRAPE'S POTION, :ham"''p pecretary announced that Mr...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED EXISTENCE OF SLAVERY IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

. LLi(QIW 1~951TEY0 OF ST4 VERY$ e Il' sOTI'll A¶vEUQ . STRANGE allegations as to the conditions of en 'lo gent of Chinese labnur in South " Africt were trigce tqt a feet'ni on Friday n iglit of the Tra esg all QGaune l by A sp}rq; ber, on the aithority of an ntined 'AAmerican," Mfr. J. Phillips having ob. tained the sn~pension of the standing orders, imwed, "That a communication be sant to the Johannesburg Trades Hall Uouncil in yitag them to procure, if possible, a copy btfthe teNt of- the porttraiýt giving terraq under whicb coolie fahbbtr j4`?eorulte4 for the riiines on the Rind." 'r. 'Phillips stated that he had itformatida frum America wbi h, if it wae gqrrebt1 showed that plain and' nndianlised slaveoy had beei. in roduoed fntn South Africa by the I~nglish qvera nient, and with the cpgnisince of to En: jish'Goverumont,. I w s stated th at m'eo were shipped in Qbiaa aq' graite4" o hq loins with the date of the year la whiob thei were recruited, and that they workeI uunter cond...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

MARKEi REPORT. ]58iJ6 DAL4OETY AND Oo., ITD., report. ool: Owing to tha smill quwntities aviil. a le the'mohthl sales9 red fir this week 'yere limited'to one day. lidir own oatalogu' qnsjited of X8 bales. Bid'bi:h was hardly By gepepal as cistI9sr , andt oere, in many jnettanes wve l(,o Lghest price ni scnore y yas 21d. [Rides in stronp depn2&. 4udiume rQ t in a'lvavo of l pair I?. Prices (qrgltJit heary !yeiq' R z are tirnphanxed Dry Vile. s ll lq gqqd i stage, slplies m1derit., Hhoepsltirs; ain arnoftaiod market irregular, eypnol'oily for burry, seanly and low qualities F ull-woolled ranrirlol Ii light condit on redliia to 7.1 Irn'l full wool crossbreds to Gd lb Tallow : Moderate qyppliei* 4ood d.-mand, w th prices 104 per tori higser. ' BasV ji;494 it Belling up to £21 10e Per tor. ttaruapiil skinj fair- for kangaroo, wallaron, and wallabysklba ' Bear skins improvel ; rabbit skins firm and are sejirjg tip to 84 1 per lb. Oposium skins easier, best linesl Ming t I pgr do- ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

Federal Gleanings. T:a Capital fight in the Federal Parliament was a bitter one and Mr. Austin Chapman fought desperately against tremendons odds. He was the only New South Welshman who voted for Monaro in the first ballot. The other twenty five from this State voted against him. Melbourne Punch says he made abso lutely tbq best speech of his life. Lyne fought his best and was sure of victory right up to the ballot. Austin Chapman had the support of every member of the late Ministry excepting Lyne -Forest, Deakin, Turner and Fysh all voted for Monaro and worked loyally to ensure success. Mr. Austin Chapman has received ecn gratulatory telegrams from all over Aus tralia. He says that he is pleased for the district and proud for Australia that so far the National Site has triumphed. There is much to be done yet. Negotia tions between New South Wales and the Federal Government will be the next step. ' Mr. Austin Chapman in answer to a con gratulatory wire replied :-" The pleasant. est ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTAIN'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

CAPTAIN'S FLAT (From Our Correspondent) PoLrrICAL.-The elections are over, and all right thinking poople are pleased that they are. Locally everything was carried out without the semblance of turmnoil, and both of the contesting candidates had their ad rnirors. Political questions alone received the attention of the people here who more to their credit, allowed no side issues to inter vene. As the result of the poll shows, Dr. Blackall had in this division the greater number of admirers; but even those admir. ere acknowledge that the defeat of the Doctor was accomplished by a gentlenlin of political prominence. In Mr. Millard this electorate has a gentleman who will undoubtedly make a worthy representative in the Assembly, and its interests will no- be allowed to dwindle into oblivion. Of course there are matters other than local interests which will necessi tate greater thought for their furtherabee and accomnplishmout. The almost complete ostra cising of the Waddellites clearly de...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO HOURS IN A CELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

TWO HOURS IN- A OELL. I" I Wi3NDPa. h iw a fellow feels lioked up in there," said the writer to the governor of . b'g p-ison, as we were peeping into a cell through the graed iron door.' " If you want a taste of it I'll look you up for a couple of hours," answerdi the governor Spleasantly. All right, en ahead." I stepped inside and h elocked the door with a clang, and left mna. j (to s'spnd, no ,piety, nuoloy to talk to. I lay IQowu oz the iron cqt and w4iderge when they t Would take We out and hang rsa; or yhetdel J r was likely tq get a new tri¢l. At tie end of the secand hour the angerqqr reieeqss rgp. " t~ad oontgh l"' he ealetd. r` quite enough,'! I an swered, And yet I would rather taike a rgonth of that sort of thing than endure the Wang illness that befell Mrs. S. A. Bradshaw, III, Gipps street, ('ollingwood, Melbourne, so clearly depicted in her letter of December 15th, 1903. " Five years ago," said Mrs. Bradshaw, " I was thought to be lying at death's door. I was th'en at ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENSATIONAL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

SENAT1'LONAir ROBBERY, [trouMKTroN has been r'ceived of a sensa tionsl robbery at 'lumberumba, a emall min ing contre, some distance from Asbury, It is stated that gold dust and retorted gold were deposited by mincrs and oln're at the pnlice station, which had previounly been a bank, for'e afety, and the deposi~s were to the value of £600, are now reported to be mise. ing. Exectly when the 'rigs containing the gold were extracted is unknorn, and so far the whole affair is shrouded in mystery.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. ENGLAND DEFEATED BY NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

FOOTBALL. ENGL LND DEFEATED BY NEW ZES LAND. Niw ZEALAsus defeatel England at WVeilinR ton on S turday by 9 pints to 3. Great interest was taken in th3 firtnre and all the unreserved port ions of the ground were occupied three hours before the game com menced. The attendance nimbered about 25,000. In the first spell, the New Zealand ers ha! half a dozen pen lty kicks close to the goal line, only one of which was conver ted. The Britiahers unpacked t ieir whole box of tricks, but they didn't gain a yard by them Summed up, it may fairly h+ said that they were boaten from start to finish by the fast and powerful New Zealand van guard. Towards the c *'nlusion of the game the Englishmen were tiring away to nothing and when the end came, with the home team vigorously attacking right in front of the goal posts, the visitors were very glad of relief. Tli hear breaking minotony of continual defence had worn them out. For New Zealand Wallace ki ked a penalty goatl and It. McGregor scored two ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden and Field Calendar for August, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

Garden and Field Calendar for August, 1904. (By A. Lansdowne, Seedmra2n, Goulburn.) Tas season is now advancing, and growth will start in many crops and plants, and lirge areas of many a 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 be attended to. The weather will be changeable and severe at times; rough wiuds, 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 downp'trs, especially in central and coastal distrin a ara likely, Prospects are still for a wet spring. KrTCItEN GARna. -Sow pea;, bro'td beans, onions, parrots, beet, looks, radish, lettuoce, cabbage, parsnip+. oreas early potatoes, herbs, rhnbarb, asparagus--seed or roots, spinnah, ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Member. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

>,ar ageni1or. 'e Mn ALAN MAJoR Mu,4 , the a be r d Queiulieyan, was born at Langport, Sfien-e 1e se'shire, England, in 1856. He was admitted on the roll of solicitors there in 1879, and I. practised bli profession in the City of Bristol. Up carne to Australia in 1889, and encount ered nitau Yj#9gtugce of fortune, working n for a while at the taptaitis aiqlt rTines, Hle d also engaged in other manual labor until, Su -, June, 1893, he was admitted a solicitor of d this State, and commenced to practise his r prdyassipp at Bungendore, where he still 're f sides. Daring his J yegrs' sojourn there he has always taken a keen and.aetive intir~pg s in public affairs, having on sever'al oocaifonu hold the positions of president of the Bun gonrqoeo Prp.ress Association and president Y t91 he local fabooi 6 4ro. He is at the a president time on the comnittee of rannyg . , ment of the Qnoinbeyan Hospitat. iir. 4ill4 tpot nn'netive part in furthering the i ijf of an 'otrgri ' the Federal capi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OPAL FIND AT WHITE CLIFFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904

TIjI QOAl FNI[I AT W1111E OWAl FS. Tia three gha3rer@ wliq a few weiks ago made a sensational find of opal alqie to tho surface on Block I oontinfle to rake fqrther finds at the same plies. AMrea lv upwards of £1030 worth has been obtained at a depth of between gin. and 4 ft. Two stones, weigh, ing six oennes, ret!isod £03. The somns of the discovery is 30 yards away from the old camp of Ric'tard-on, who Qir.i discovered opal bore. Another find on Block3 at a shal. low level realised £200. A few smaller finds have been made in the open country during the past week. Tha market has slightly improved.

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