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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Local and General. NOMINATIONS for the Municipal Election close on Monday. THE position of Russia and Japan at present point towards peace. &nbsp; MESSRS. Moriarty and Co's sheep sale advertised &nbsp; for yesterday was postponed owing &nbsp; &nbsp; to the rain. ON Wednesday, before the Licensing &nbsp; Court, Bal Singh, an Indian, was granted a &nbsp; license under the Hawkers and Peddlers' &nbsp; Act. A VERY heavy thunderstorm fell in Cooma &nbsp; on Monday night, in many places being so heavy that it completely washed away potato &nbsp; crops. &nbsp; BISHOP BARLOW, of Goulburn, intends &nbsp; visiting Queanbeyan early next month to &nbsp; attend a masonic function. THE printing of the P. and A. Association schedule will be completed this week, and &nbsp; will be circulated to our subscribers in next &nbsp; Tuesday's issue. THE Bishop of Goulburn will hold Confirmation &...
Deluge in Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Deluge in Goulburn. (From a correspondent.) WEDNESDAY was a day which Goulburn will - not forget. At about half-past twelve there came a storm the like of wh ch I never saw in my life. The rain camo down like a waterspout, and in no time the streets were one vast expans+ of w ter. To give you an idea of the rapidity with which it fell, I may say that the reading of the official guage was 430 points in about two and a half hours The wind for a time blew strong, and gave an idea that the houses wero on fire, as is carried the rain round the corners in misty1 or rather smoke-like, blinding sheets. The gutters could not carry off the water by half, and the result was that almost every place in the main street (Auburn-street) had a sluicing-out that it wi I take some time to get over. At the Royal Hotel the water throughout the whole house was said to be knee-deep, while at Charles Rogers & 4o.'s there is said to be enough pumping to keep a double-barreled Tangyc pump going fora ...
Meteorological. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Mneteorological. TuR records at No. 2 Observatory, Station, Queanbeyan, from the let January instant. are ad follows : Barometer-28.8, 28.8, 28.7, 28.7, 28 7, 28.5, 28.6. Thermometer-Maximum readings 84.b, 87.7, 87.7, 86.1, 85 7, 83, 74.5. Minimum readings, 59.5, 60, 57.5, 69 5, 61, 60, 55... Rain.-4 days, 2 inch 1 point. For Jan* nary to date, total rainfall : N inches 73 points. A new development in connection with the recent case of the alleged forced marriage occured when -Henry Montgomery, one of the witnesses, was clarged withaperjnry.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
s - IC 'a 10 2026 WE HAVE JUST OPENED, r All sizes in SRICHK, flAYV & WAGrGON TARPAUL INS 14 x16 - 18 x20 1 x 18 20 x24 ON HAND A QUANTITY OF .kaff Ir__Ba CA RELL & SQNS~ oEwm&~zrnLom New South Wales 0 veinment Railways. ANNIVERSARY DAY, Tuesday, Janmary 26th, 1904. JOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued from all atation. to all stations 7 all trains until TUESDAY, JANUARY. 26, available for Return for ONE CALENDAR MONTH from date of issue. H1ndbills and further particulars from Sta. Lion Masters, By order of the CommisItoners, B.'MoLACHLAN, Secretary. A&UCTION SALE. W. E.OTLDFIE L0f WXill sell by PUBLIO AUOTION fon 'IV THURSDAY NEXT, 28T71 INST., at Hungerford's Yards, 20 Head Store Bullocks Forward Conlition. 1 Thoroughbred Bull Queanbejan Race Chub. ANNUAL MEETING, Saturday & Monday, FEBRUARY 20 & 22, 1904. Publiean's Purse.......£15. Queanbeyan iandicap . £2. Nominations Close; MONDAY, FEBRU G: - Full programmo in future iseue.' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
A. W. MOIUARrTY.] [E. G. ArxxNsow. A. W. Moriarty & Co Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Commission Agents, ? ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARK:.' SALES WEEKLY .at kn .Yards. X AT BUNGENDORE MONTHLY. Early entries invited. Furniture Sales as arrangod. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stock and consigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION .AG_- HN T%, Moracro-Street, Quea~nbeJan. SAles conducted in any part of the Diatrict. PIOMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. WO Dash, Monaro. street, Queanbe3 an. g CORRESPONDENCE INVITED = R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL. MASON, Next Ilungorforld's Hotel, MAONARO-STREE'f7. Estimates given for MARBLE, GR ANITE, lid FREESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBIN. GS, Charges Modffate. Sr! Old Work Renovated. Inecriptlons Ecatly Cu ALL WOrK GUARAETBED 5 Don't forget the New Address,; near the Bridge. nIhtony Horden, s ramous Low Prices ARE BEST FOR YOU. The...
Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20TH, 1904. BEFORE Mr. Elliott, P.M., and Messrs. E. G. Atkinson, and W. Beatty, Js.P. CARELESS USE OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20TH, 1904. BEFORE Mr. Elliott, P.M. and Messrs. E. G. Atkinson, and W. Beatty, Js.P. CARELESS USE OF FIRE. JAMES BROWN was charged upon the inform- ation of Sergeant Willis with leaving a burn- ing fire in a log fence on Yarralumla, on the 27th of December, 1903, being contrary to the Careless Use of Fire Act. Mr. Garraway appeared on the behalf of defendant. Plea, Not Guilty. (The evidence given was really corrobora tive of that given at the Coronial Enquiry, held a few days after the date above mention- ed and a full report of which has already been published in these columns. The fol- lowing, therefore, is merely a precis of the evidence adduced before the Police Court). Sergeant Willis, on oath, deposed: On the 27th of December last I was on duty at Yarralumla, and saw a bushfire near the Bulga Creek Road, on Mr. Fred Campbell's property. Saw the defendant near by the same day and asked him what was the cause of the fire, and he admitted having ...
Sad Poisoning Case [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 January 1904
Sad Poisoning Case &nbsp; &nbsp; On Monday evening at Gilgandra a terrible mistake happened,. and resulted in the death of a child aged two and a half years. Mr. George Collison had mixed some honey and sulphur in a saucer to give to his two children The younger one would not take it, but the elder took a teaspoonful of the mixture to coax the little one to take it. The father also took some himself. A short while after. wards the whole three of them began to vomit and show signs of poisoning. Medical aid was summoned, but the younger child -died at half past nine. The oldest boy is still very bad, but Mr. Collison is completely out of danger:. On investigation it was found that the " sulphur" was sheep dipping pow- der that was given to Mrs. Collison by the wife of Senior-constable Berry to fumigate the house owing to the typhoid fever scare. Mrs. Collison had always thought it. was sulphur, and had burnt it, but had never taken any inwardly. Many Japanesa spies hav...
Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1904. -o S(B, A.. Lansdowne, Seedsman, Goulburn ) THE soil is sufficiently moist for Oropping and large areas of winter fodder plants should be sown at once. Good supplies of fodder roots and green lood will prove valuable and superior to hay, etc., for teeding, especially for dairy purposes. Mangels and Swedes should be largely sown, also Hungarian millet, which is grand for hay or green feed and also for ensilage, mixed with green corn or sorghum.- A bag of No. 2 or 3 Shirley's manure to an acre will greatly stimulate green crops. It is no use to try to grow crops without feeding them. If the l?nd is good run the cariifier deeply over it after taking off hay, etc., and sow millet or some seed, and there will be a good return.- We again urge sowing in rows to admit of thinning and cultivation between crops. The weather will remain stot my and unsettled Plenty of rain is likely, some strong winds, and grrat heat, but a good deal of cool sea. br...
Stock Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
Stock Reports. HARRISON, JoNES, AND D)ELvIN, report by wire: -Yesterday theire were 7,000 sheep penned The market showvd no nloticeable change and closed firm. We sold Viokerey's wethers to .20/-, Gall's 18/-., Koano's 16/11. Nine hun dred catlle were yarded; market slightly better.' Ourslres inolnded :-.?oIutosh's to £11 19/., Vickerey's £9 10/, Gall's cows £6 17/.
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
OHAPTER V. Throughout the night of her brother's mishap Barbara,' who slept little, made soft footed journeys across the landing to the landing to the door of Hubert's room, where Ketton was- watching with the stranger. The reports which Barbara received from the parlourmaid were reassuring. Hubert had recovered from the state, of collapse in which he had returned home, but he was feverish and: somewhat drowsy. He .was however no worse than was to be expected considered the violence of his fall, and neither J-etton nor the stranger doubted his ultimate recovery, which was retarded only by the state of his mind. It was open to question however whether the accident had not done him more good than harm, as he was for the most part too drowsy for his mental suffering to be as acute as before. Towards morning Barbara fell into a sound sleep, and when she rose, a little before eight she learned that the stranger had gone away leaving a message to the effect thathe would come again in an h...
The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
Thel ml nicipal lectiol. NoMurATrONS for the Municipal Election, to be held on Saturday week, closed yesterday. The three retiring aldermen (Blackall, Knox, andDowney) are re-nominated, but, unlike last year, there is opposition threatezied. Mr.. Alec. McPherson, of the Commercial Hotel,. is also running in the: field. The ratepayers may evince soMl'? '-'?rprise ýkzt.. this nomination because of the quiescence generally shown by this candidate regarding municipal affairs. But should MIr. McPher son not withdraw, and he informs us that his intentions are sincere, we have io hesitation in expressing an opinion that he will be successful, and upon being' returned the change will be heralded with satisfaction ; for although Mr. McPherson has not pre viously exhibited a keen interest in municipal matters, he being a property owner, will, doubtless, have the interest of the Borough at heart. That a change in the management of this municipality is opportune goes with out saying, and at the...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER IV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
The Storyte!ler. T1oe House` oiq the utlle$: $ide. CHAPTER IV.-CoNTrINUD. O,' said Barbara hastily,' I ought not to say that I It's only what I've heard. But' of course it made me a little surprised to receive such great, great kindness from any one staying there.' ' I see. You think we miiust bdall tarred with the same brush ? ' ' I see I was qnito wi;ong in thinking so. Now you must let me send some one to say you're safo here.' 'Oh, you needn't trouble! Johnson's such a brute he'll never trouble his head it one of his visitors is shot, or drowned, or anything. ' 'Oh what a dreadful man I' Barbara looked greatly shooked. 'I believe you, 'said the stranger shaking his head solemnly. 'Now you go to bed,young lady, and trust to me to do everything that's right. This, maid of yorrs'-and he glanced at ICotton-' is to be trusted, I can * see. She'll get me all I want-some ice, for one think. ' W- ith a most kind reassuring smile, .and telling her that she might sleep quite .comfortably,...
Sutton. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
Sutton. (From Our Correspondent ) M rosT of the harvesting hereabouts is now completed and it is encouraging to report I that a good yield in most, if not in all cases, I is the result. The season still continues to be satisfactory -pet iodical storms keeping 1 the earth moist and the vegetation green. There is every prospcct of a bonutiful autamu. School duties were rTesumed on Monday last, and as far as I know, no changes have been made in the teaching staff of the district. Mr. Clifton end Mr. Lake who represented this district in a team of New South Wales Teachers touring Victoria, have returned and speak in glowing terms of their trip, especially through the Gipps. land Lakes and Ballarat; also of the hospi tality of the Victorians generally. Although the turf wickets, on which most of the games were played, proved too fiery for those unaccustomed to them, the team succeeded in carrying home an unbeaten record. In the match against Dandenong Mr. Clifton made 68 by splendid cric...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
Condition , is a very serious matter in Cut Tobaccos. We often see good lent spoilt through being packed in t ns that are not air tight. Cut Tobacco should open up in perfect condition, ready for the pipe, neither too dry nor too moist. 4NKEE boODLE is packed il Patent Air-Tight Tins, and is positively guaranteed to open up fresh and sweet. It is also sold in Plugs - Dark and Bright-and to those eho prefer a Mixture, we can honestly say that no better Mixture is sold than " Y.D." Mixture. Ask your Tobacconist. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. Th a Distribution of STERLING SILVER KEYLESS WATCHES in return for 100 1MIASCOTTE TAGS has proved. aGreat Success. Thisjplangwill soon;be discontinued, therefore send in you Tags to avoid disappointment. A SILVER WATCH IN RETURN FOR 100 MASCOTTE TAGS. BOOMERANG BRANDY. A NOURISHING and BENEFICIAL STIMULANT, Obtainable from "al1 Wine and Spirit Merchants and Hotels. IN BOTTLES, FLASIS AND IIALF-FLABKS. BOOMERANG WHISKY ISDI)ISTILLED UNDER TIlE SUPERVISION of t...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
Local and General. HOrPITAL BALL at Urtarrra to-night. DUNTROoN cricketers play Uriarra to-day. THE Statr Parliament has been prorogued till March 8th. AT Braid wood the local mill is giving 2/9 per bushel for new wheat. TENDERS are called in this issue for the construction of a new school at Duntroon. THE Braidwood Annual Race meeting is fixed for the 25th and 20th February.' The t prize money is £235. A HARVEST Festival and Thanks Giving Service will be h.-ld in Christ Church next ' Sunday. AT the Delegate races last Wednesday, 1 Mr. Thop. Sherd's b g Glmnore won thei a Flying Handicap, carrying 8.12. - THE P. and A. Association's schedule, which was printed in the AoE office, is now circulated thrcughout the district. AT the annual delegate meeting of the Braid wood District G.U.O.O.F., Queanbeyan was represented by Mr. I. Meech. r MR. SAMUEL BINOLEY, Sutton, has com pleted his thresling for a yield of 35 bushels 1 to the acre. WHERE the wheat crops were not affeoted by the cater...
Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
, tWool Sales. .. ..,ar, C+.. AND Co, by wire report: --We sold 3,,o !,~1s of wool yesterday. Tasmanian groasy it 12 ; Sydney soo,,reds to 21d. Frazier's, Inverwowrie,hronght lid; Post's, Uralla lid ; Mrs Finlayson's, Armi. dale lld; Roger's Narrawa, lid ; Morrison's Tharwa, 10)d; and other lots ast equally good prices.
The Alleged Forced Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
The Alleged F drced M Irriage. AN interesting development, arising out of the alleged forced marriage case, took place at 'the Water Police Court on Thursday, when Georgo Renry Webb (40), dentist, was charged with wife desertion, before Mr. King, D.S.M, Mr. Carroll (Crick and CJar roll) appeared for the prosecutor, and Mr. E. Abigail for the defendant.. When the case was called Mr. Abigail stated that Mr. Webb had consented to the payment of £1 a week and £9 10/8 costs, but he desired it to be noted that he did not admit the mar riage. The offer was accepted. A man named- Gilbert was crushed to death between two logs nrear Murwillnmbah on Thnrsday. At Dungog qn Friday, > l?ouse oicnpied by a family .named II~wson, was struck by lightening and burned to the gronod. A salvage party returned from the wreck of the Ovalau on Saturday, having secured a quantity of Rear, including the propeller. A lad named Arthur Smith was drowned in the Murrumbidgeo River at Mingay Crossing. Re was ri...
War News. NEGOTIATIONS PROLONGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
War News, N? JOTIATIONS PROLONGED, kýiNDox, January 22 -Disturbaoeos have occurred at several points on the Seotil*Fusan Railway, Japan has warned Korea that unless the disturbances are Suppressed, she will main tain order herself, A rising has oocurred at Pyangy, and it is feared it will extend. LoNDox, January 21. -A report from Ber lin states that Russia is appealing to the Powers to avert war between herself and Japan. This report is interpreted in Tokio as un readiness on the part of Russia to make satisfactory concessions in regard to Man churia and Korea. The Tokio' correspondent of the 't Stand ard" says that the words used by the Czar in speaking to M. Kurino, the Japanese Minister, at St, Petersburg, on New Year's Day, were not so entirely pacific or satisfac tory as is represented in Europe, [According to a cable on Saturday last, the Czar, at the New Year's Day reception, ,xprtssed to M. Kurino, his unshaken hope for a settlement satisfactory to both nations., The Tokio ...
ELECTION OF COMMONS TRUSTEES [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
ELECTION OF COMMONS TRUSTEES The election of five trustees for the ensuing three years took place on Monday evening last, and the following gentlemen were chosen :-Messrs. Williams, McAlister, Cur ran, McGath, and Gale. A vote of thanks was accorded the late secretary (Mr. Lundieo for his services, and through his energy the balance-sheet shows a credit of £3 0/2. On Wednesday night last 12.5 points of rain fell. The downpour will do a deal of good to the young grass, but at the same time a little damage to wheat that is not yet gathered.
A Church Choir on Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 January 1904
A Church Choir on Strike. THE strike among the coal.miners at Outtrim which has dragged on for nearly a year, and is now almost dead, owing to the introduotion of free labourers on weekly wages, entered on a-new development on Sunday last, when the choir of the Outtrim Methodist Church also went out on strike. A number of free labourers attend this church, ;and the fact.is. resented by a few strikers, who are still adherents. As people were proceeding thither on Sunday evening, the o·hir could be seen raneed on the other side of the street near the. Presbyterian Church, which they subse queuly entered, leaving their own without a choir. The Rev. R. S Joyce conducted the coagregation consisting of some 15 free labourers and eigh strikers. After the service the strikers waited on the minister, and protested against his paying so much atten tion'to the free labourers when they attend the church, and declared that he was giving them mdre attention than the old hands, who had helped to b...