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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
Loeal and General THE Watson Ministry deieattd ! REFonR banque on Thursday ni :ht. THE Fire Brigade Band played out on Saturday night in Monaro-street. A MEETING Of the P. and A. Association will be held on Saturday, the 27th instant. Fisu are reported to be biting well down the Queanbeyan river. Boots and shoes for everybody all at sale prices at P. C. Hill & Son. FaIEs aggregating £140 were indicted in Sydney yesterday in betting prosecutions. AFrER the Banquet on Thursday night a dance will take place and be continued until n idLight. Two sudden deaths have occurred at Brisbane during the past few days. Both have been pronounced plague cases. THEcommittee of the Preshyterian Church have purchased a vew organ which was used for the first time on Sunday last. ' AFTER the "first acceptance, 121 horses remain in the Caulfield Cup, including Mr. Gerald Mrssey's The Palmist. The deto of, the Church of Engand Ball has .been alterud to Wednesday, 28th1¶ep tember. SEVERAt. local h...
The Federal Crisis. DISSOLUTION REFUSED. MELBOURNE MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
The Federal Orisis. DISSOLUTION REFUSED. MLt.ouRNa MONDAY. Tea Governor-General has refused Mr. Wat son a dissolution. The resignation of the (Gwernmoat has been handed the Governor-General. Mr. Wataon In iched at Government House to-day, and returned to the Federal Offices at half-past 3. [Is at once admitted that a dissolution had been refused, and made the following statement : "QOn Saturday last I tendered certain aO vice to his IBro-leoncy to the effect that a dissolution should be granted, and in support of that advice I advanced certain reasons that s-'emed to me to justify the advice tendernd. To-lay on seeing his Excellency, I was informed that ho could not see his way clear to grants dissolution, and I there upon tendered the resigns ion of myself and collongues. The resignations were iecopted conditi wally on our holding office until out soccessors are appointed. Our final execu tivs will be held to-morrow, at 12 o'olock." " Did you advise that Mr. Reid be soet for ?" Mr....
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
Police Courts EDwARD nEVILLE N I rerYs was before a local Bench, ronsisting 'of M1es.rs Jol: Gale an1 (11. .1. Jtffr-ys. J:. P., on Saturd'y morn ing to show cause why he should not be bound over to keep the peace Senbor Constable McDonnell sworn, ee pcsd : On the 12th instant the accused wr a brought to the lockup by Constable McCat ron ; I charged him with an unlawful assultt upon his wife ; read the warrant to him, ard he said : " It is not true ; she oily wants to prevent my going away." - By accused : Have heard complaints about you before ; you told me you were going away to get n job. Mary Ann Humphreys, wife of accused, sworn deposed . At abmut 11 :3 on the night of the 11th instant, when we wi re in bed, he started pinching me, and I tpoke to him about it ; ho then called me foul names (which I do not care to repeat) and threat ened me that he would ohoke me ; when I called out foe the police he said I was mat, and he would cut my throat. In spite of his threat I went back ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
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A WOMAN AND HER CHILD DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
A WOMAN AND HER CHILD &nbsp; &nbsp; DROWNED A shocking double case of drowning occur- red on Saturday at Mudgee. That morning Mrs. Thomas Bayford inquired of some of her children the way to the river. At about 10 o'clock she left home with the youngest child, aged about 3 years. As they had not returned by dinnertime, Mr. Bayford set out in search of his wife and child. Finding their hats on the river bank at Putta Bucca half a mile from town, Mr. Bayford returned to get assistance. The dead body of the child was discovered. It had caught against some debris about a dozen yards below where the hats were found, and the corpse of Mrs. Bayford was found about 100 yards away, having drifted into shallow water. Mrs. &nbsp; Bayford had been in ill-health some time. It is supposed she intentionally drowned herself and her child. On the subjeet of the Agent-Generalship, Mr. Carruthers said that the next Ministry would consider the question in one light only -that of ...
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER VIIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
The Storyteller A MISEW'S HEIRESS. A CHAPTER VlII1._coNxTINuEU. " Now, come and sit hy me, and don't ac. et pted the first man who asks you to dance unless I nod my head. It is very bad for a git I to dance with Tom, D:ek, and Harry at her first ball,' and the Dowager led the way into the ballroom. Mabel soot canght eight of her cousins surrounded by men who were asking them for dances, and she thought with a sigh that no one would care to dance with hoir. ' Mabel, may I introduce Afr. Saunders?' Daisy stood before helr necompanied by a young.imant with red hair and an awkward cununer, who asked her for the next dance. Mabel glanced naevously at the Dowager, who, after bestowing a diae ppr6ving glance upon the suppliant, shook her head vigorous. ly. 'Oh, thank you, but I am afraid I can't dancoethisdanco with you-I-I- ' What was Aho to any ? There was a pause, while Daisy fidgetted, and the red heir of the youth seemed-to stiffen and. standt up on end. Shp is engaged to Jaek Trenton...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
*R A STYLISH, WELL-MADE Suit of Clothes IRTA CHAS. BUIRN, High-Class Practical MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYA N [Established 1889.) 4 Splendid Assortment of NEW MATERIALS FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER WEAR NOW ON VIEW. PRICEs To Sun! EVERYONE Perfect Fit, Latest Fashions, Best Workmanship. FPROMTI)UDE' Is O. BURN'S MOTTO Practical Tailor, WIS1A0 to iitinghte thht he Ian B-OP N $ i U 81101$4 iq the #( 2TNWA if)c%, Noxih'o-$tfeet, aid tfinat$ by STYLISH CUTTING, SOUND WORKMANSHIP AND DOWN-TO-DATE PRICES To feghiix h Vhif $hfe of 1 tforjge. I offef b6 #erjefou% Oeledtio4 of %ekoxhble wedf fe istiig Woollei to d5ioo e ftom. 3W~ INote ren1poflify ?4dfef FEDERAL CHAMBERS, MON ARO-STREET. ;Great clearance , UJIL ME. IO LYING made arrangements. to join a large firmn of$ Country Brokers and Distributors, which will operate in all the Southern Districts, I have decided to CLOSE ? MY RETAIL BUSINESS IN QUIAIUBEYAN, and will offer ° the WHOLE OF MY STOCK FOR SALE at COST PRICE for 6 WEEKS, after which the ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
W ~SUBSCRIPTION. O In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s Gd ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -o THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. DONT BE FOOLISE ISN'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicycle that has n3 name and which will be always going out of order. WHY NOT BUY A RED BIRD BICYCLE FOR 1904. A REAL UP-TO-DATE BICYCLE. thatie FULLY GUARANTEED and w will LAST you FOR YIEARS, 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 made to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN PART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., Sydney. TILE GOOLD BICYCLE CO. 'ý. rW?. NOR'TOIN', AGENT, QUEANBEYAN. d LARGEST STOCK OF SUNDRIES in town, at Lowest Prices TWO TilA.U-. L 'BILLY'a'GOLDENIA' YOU know,' BILLY" TEA of Bourse. Everybody who Is anybody, knows "BILLY," it has been the standard drink Mf Australians for alf a century. "* BI...
STRAIGHT TALK FROM A DEFEATED CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
STRAIGHTTALK FROM A 'DEFEATED CANDIDATE. AT the declaration of the poll for thekMur rumbidgee election-x110. Tomn Fittpatrick said that he wiis coming out again. "He had said that if re-elected this time it would be the last, timo he would come foward to seek their suffrages ; but he-had not been elected, and he was coming beforethem toecontest the eleltion.to the -bitter end, and .list in the neal future, and then he would be at the top of the poll. (Cheers, and n voice: " You will-have to come out.ie the Labour inte rests.") No, h`e wbeld tnever fe do th t.r (Cheers.) He had been the friend of labour all his life, and labour had tturned dog on him l He had in the -past always been the bett friend.of.labour, cod lie never turned his bick on labour:: -No; hbe'ouild not'iome in under the labourplatform. He would be a free man, or he would stand out of Par liamr-ent for ever. (Cheers and boos) He was not going to be shackled and tied up in a bundle for ever. How could they say they ha...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1904 STRONG REMARKS BY A JUDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
WITH WHICH ARS INCOitPOiRATED Qtieanbeyan Times, B ingendore Mirror..& Captain's Flat Miner. 'TUESDAY, AUGUST 16,1904 STRONG REMARKS BY A JUDGE TI Melbourne on Wednesday Mr. Justice Hodges delivered hhimself of some very strong remarks in setting aside the will of. the late Jae. Oosghliu of.Carlton, gentleman. Tiwo'nieces of tbo deceased had alleged that itssexcution had been obtained through un due influence on the part of 'fhesole nxeoutor; Mr. Lonsdale Thompson, nctingf with two' otheis. His itonor said Thompson knew the: will made provision for himself; that testator had a regular professional adviter, that the will wAS made on the nirzi'd.denthbed, and that the man was drunk at the time and nt terly-uifit to make a will. frceeased suf fered so muach from nente alcoholism that the lergyman called in did not think him fit to receive communion. Thiompson must net only pny his own coats, but those of the other side as well:
YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 August 1904
YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. ON Thursday before his Honor Judge Fitz- hardinge, Perim Singh and Herbert Garland pleaded guilty to setting fire to the store of P. and A. Singh at Weejasper. Garland was sentenced to twelve month's hard labor in Goulburn jail, and at the expiration of that term to find sureties, self in £100 and two of £50 each, to be of good behaviour for three years, or serve a further term of six months. Singh was sentenced to four years' hard labor in G0ulburn jail. Christina Holdings pleaded guilty to charge of con- &nbsp; cealment of birth, and ordered to find sureties &nbsp; self in £50 and two in £25 each, to be of good behaviour for three years.
Church Notices. SUNDAY, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904
Church Notices. OUNDAY, AUovsT 21. CHUncH OF NGLAND.--(QueaRboyau 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Burra 3 p.m.-Rev. W. M. White, Minister;,. Canberra 11 a.m. : Guudaroo 3.30 p.m. Rev. P. G Smith, M.A.. Minister. M mETIoDsr -Queonblyan 11 n.m.-Mr N. Southwell; 7.30 p;m.-Rev. W. Stewart; Wattle Park 11 ,a.m.-Rov. W. Stewart; Wattle Park 7. p.m.-Mr. S. Southwell; Woodfield 8 p.mrn-Mr. Gale; Weetangare 3 p.m.--Rev. W. Stewart ; Majur&Y: dJ)0 p.m.--Mr. S. Southwcl.--Rev. W. Stewart Minister. PREsnYrBRIAN. -- Queanbeyan 11 am"j Gundaroo 7.30 p.nt.-Rev. J. Fuasel,?i-liS later. ".. . .. ROMA OAriotLrLwe-'ueanbeyan 12;l;ain.m-r Rev Fathr Hbland, Priest.
Easily Proven. THERE IS NOT THE SLIGHTEST NECESSITY FOR LEAVING QUEANBEYAN TO LOOK FOR PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904
Easily Proven. --0-- - THERE IS NOT THE SLIGHTEST NECEg SITY FOR LEAVING QUELNBEYAN TO LOOK FOR PliROOF. The -xperience given below by this wel known citizen of Quesnbeyan is easily proven The pro.f she offers for her convictions can sifely be left with the reader. It is a diffic al matter to de cribe an aching beck or any of th- ills csatsed by di-ordered kidineys. How to curs t.e trouble is of much morn impo-tance and the rmst exacting resident of Qu .,nbeyas canliot ask for any better authority on this S-iint than g~ivn by Mrs A. Bean of M orrisetr St , this towii, who says: " My husband used Dean's Btckaes d ney Pills and he gives this remedy a very good name. He suffered with pains in the small of the back, and the pisle eased him first itre though be did not take them regularly.: Seeing how very good they proved in his c se, I u.ed them myself. I suffered with a pain, ful stiffness of the spine above the kidneys. It was worse in the morning when I got up then I could scarcely ...
CHEAP FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904
CHEAP FODDER. "Mr rsiinrr cost 'men nothig," snaid a Gipps land fartrr Inat wee.k an:d ti is h -'ir he s?pported his contention : " Isinply cut the mai? adt carted it to a yard adjoining the ,addock: in lcdich, my dairy nattle feel. J mna,'e it into a low stick, a::d r;ow I ait uaing the rtlsiRage by throw' r it over the feicer. Before I made the evsil:e wIas crtting the green fodd-=r and cn.rting i to the8 same re d ing paddock o yton cannot pint the cost of carting on to tlhe nsi:ago. The cast belongs to the grorn fodder. It's an ersy to put the staff into a Stack as to lay it in fceds about the paddark, so that the iisilage Rtacks cost me nothing but a few F-ours work in throws ing earth on top of it to we'ghtit down. Of course tho msiza cost somethingn to grow but it had Cost that lredy bef'toro I started, to mr.ne it into cntsila e ed dwhat I contenid Icr is that the maize ocst something batt =the crsilage cost cothing-or, to put it clearer it cost me nothing to make .mr maize ...
A POLITICAL BOSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904
A POiJ LOCAb BO33S.. In O3edo, a villag;o, f Galici", n Inmst oxrr ordinary case of maslilnnntpr w.as perptrn te d by' a young mmn of good pusition, who, upoll comring out of church, turned ulon a you,,g farmer and fired tihe o- olvor Ashotr at hiit point blank, and with de.a!l-:4ff,:Ct.. It app'ltr Ithat the younI gntlein"n is the political hoss of the village, frou to do as he likes; coazsiderinaz nil the i ihalitants a vastly inferior, ail as powI rful, within: hiý jurisdiction as any monuch'w,. i, ah' realm. To such 'an extent had this supera,, riiy .rown that the young man grew to haleu.. int, , course with Ilia neighhnurs--s mnc,?,sn, Itht in church ho had several square yards sot apart in front of the altar wlh're, no one wan admnitted oexcepting himn andf his f.tmily Siverrl farmners, angered by the- ishameless prcceediig of their oaciqne, and ha.de'l hy the young victim of the crime, strode b d;ly across the resoeved square during chr"s:h aservice, whereupon the caoiqne's a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904
wv .OW O:> WOW O . BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUCTIONS. ' Y" ' V '-I'J"'' Z~..' 3 s.'',l0r .... EN.JOV YolUR ME\LTEI . Y, ur f -,td .ti i t*i;- , .y I when' y.,1 n11) desire f r it. wlte't v..i ,drewi 4 it,. ,1I.s i ,ts shamberslin's Seatn Ito anll Liver r'.bl't will sharper[ you- appei;te and ,trenchten the di Qestife .ar?tti 'nt 'v r jt t s h- ytI ne-.l "n make y"'a r.sl;~t ai-l a .i ,y y n me.als. F. sale by [layes aind Rus e.l Land a7t.,'tt ii t CJw t ra dlistrict are tr ceiving a i:umber of it quit irs from Vitotr ions, who appear anxious to senor. I tt;d in "this 8.t'. Sir ?tVLianni Lyne ndv.eatts a coalition l,t lwa tCn ho protcctionists and the labor party. He t ays that is the only sort of Goveonmout tlhat can carly on. h1uria g a a rvice in the Gtrmtan COluch at Tannhdia (S.A.) on iUUday, oDo of the con gregationu st:ddetlty bhecmo is:are. [Is created con tideruble excitement before I.e was s ized. A Macilent Wasted System. Thoroughly Restored by CLEMENTS TON...
MICHELAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904
MICHELAGO. (From Our Ourrespondent) A very enjoyable dance was held at the resi dence of Mr. John Cummins on Saturday night last. The attendance was much larger than anticipated, numbering about thirty couples, and including visitors from Quean beyan, Burra and Bredbo. The dancing accomodation was found inadequate and two rooms were used. The music was supplied by Misses. Thompson and Meredith (piano) and Messrs. W. McNamara and J. Mo'ernan (violin). . Several other players also assisted during the night. The refreshments were provided by the ladies and the supply was ample and very creditable; The danoers speak highly of the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Cummins and family who spared. no effort in cateriug for the convenience and &nbsp; enjoyment of all. Dancing was kept up until, the early hours and all apparently &nbsp; spent a very enjoyable night. Taus WsATusa.--The present winter sofar has been rather severe, yet stock of all kinds have kept up, their condition r...
HEAVY SENTENCES [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904
S HEAVY S1NTTENOES ArTtbe Wiloannia Quarter Sessions, before -?a4geQibaoon, on Tuesday, Walter Hill end John Bell were charged with sticking up a mail conuh near White Clifs. -nd stealing the. mailbags therefrom. The evidenc? showed that the police had bee.u warned that the robbery would be perpetrated, and tbby went out to the place indicated but arrived after the ooaoh had passed. Meanwhile the driver had been bailed up by Hill, who oovered him with a loaded gun, and de manded the mailbags, 'Ihese he took away and Bell1 who was present at the robbery remained behind, afterwards getting on the coach and going into White Cliffs with the driver, and gave further information to the police, which resulted in Hill being arrested the seine evening in the act of concealing the stolen begs in a deserted shaft near the ttown. Both pri3soners gave evidence in the witness box, the subsequent cross-examination eliot ing very damaging statements as to Bell's connectio.n with the affair. The jur...