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WILLIAMSDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

WILLIAM SDALE. (From O r Orrispoldoi.) LAST week a social was held at Mrs. Keefft's in aid of the Williamsdale Publio ohool. The night proved fine and pleas-ire seekers began to assemblo about 7 p.m. and when the roll was c iled at 8 o'clock, about 2j oonplns were readly to whirl off " amnidst the glre and the splenlour." Visitors woere present from Bungeudore, -Queanbeyan, Burrs, Gudgenhy, I harwa, Tugigranong, aud Rob lioy. Mrs. Keeffo kindly lent her room for the occasion, and gave the visitors every access to her home, which added greatly to the comfort of all. The ladieao WVillhams. dale provided the refr. slhonts, and as usud kept up the reputation of the r art in that line. Messrs T. A. Trotter and A'.' Blewatt acted as Ms. C. The music was supplied h. Messrs C. O'Brion, A. Feaganr and F. L. Smith, all of whom deserve goeat praise for their good music, and the way in which they voluntarily filled the position throughout the night. Tbo intervals were filled in by songs and ste...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Politics. CABINET SWORN IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

: IFederal Politics. : OABI. NET SWORN IN,. WVir~ l he. House of It.presen'atives mot yre?erdlay Mr,.Reid was received with oheers. 'He said :,It will be remembered that the lale'Prime Minister made n etatemeut at the last sittling'of the House with refernoee to the events'.which had occurred aind6 the meitingof the House on Friday last. I wish to hnow state that, in view of the resignations of the late Prime Minister and his colleagues I was commissioned by the Gpvornor-Geueral to unidertake the formation of a new Admin istration, and that I' have performed that task... Before naming the Ministers and the' ofloora. which they will hold, I wish to make an explanation., Mr. Crouch : Hear, hear. Mr. Rid: It will be remembered that I 'i:ivifed Sir George Turner to join. with me upon terms of p rieot equality in the con atructions of the New Government, and Sir George acted cn that footing, and in that eapacity_ with me in. the formatiob of the Government, whose names I will presenlly, ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Tragedy at Tinderra Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

Ter'rible TrotYeIly at Till derra VIale. D?naxo the banquet to Mr. A. M1. X fillard 1i. L. A, last night a telegram was handed to Mr. Coroner Gale from the Miohelago 'police, stating, that William Albert Leach and Len' L?aoh had been found dead near Tinderra Vialt, under oiroaumtanoss which pointed to murder and suicide. The Coroner" wired that t'e wool I be proceeding to Mioa lngo hy train this morning an route to ,the' schno of the tragedy, for the purp?ao of liholdinor an ingqnsition. A later telegram stated that. both bddies bear gunshot wdnand«.. ?lr GGale and the goveriament medl;oal officer" (Dr. Itich'ardson) b')th tool6 train this morn. ing; and there will be nalurally deepl)axioty in the publio mind as to wvhat rairther infor mation will disolose. There " are siveral brjinches of the, Leach family living in the vidihity of Miohelago. 'The family residing at Tinderra Vale include father and son of the same christian name, William Albert. The wife and mother's name is Cather...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

Popuiarity does not come by chance, it is the resu!t of pains-takldng efforts, long experience, and careful manufacture-thus YANKEE UOOLE is popular since it fulfils all these conditions and h-s for itsi. reward--the largest sale.? ; You cin get ,-inken Doodi? i: th?iplu- : ' or in ti.h-,D"rk ot?r'"iright, or if you ! prefer it; a cfoit iSifon of bothi -in ALL TINS A •-TIGHT. V rrs= . ,?I u BBO MERA ?NG .iBRI-ANDY. STI?E L.ONDON 'TI.1ES.-, ,SOUND, HONEST BRIAND'? TI1;E IN'OS.-" OF A 1'FAGitANCE, PURITY AND QUALITY 6SECOND 'O1 NOINE. TIE BRITISTE MEDICAL. JOURNAt:.--': A URE PRODUOT, WELTL WORTHY 'HliE: AT£J.-N'ION OF THBE P'(OFlSSION. O. WELCO ME NUGGET TOBACCO:. :: THE VfRY BEST and HCGHEST GRACE TOB\CO0, MANUFACTUREO IN AMERICA, O bt ilnable in IPlt g ., anit Cut, In ,oz. and 4oz. tins , T ,.- L., , ,:T-. o .OE . ASCOTT, TOBACCO, IT oi avo ¶Iarn' W7Te?~lj . non. r.anuSie ured frem tiot thR et j elcted LeaCi. -:" " A -.H .G RG DE -TOBEACOO A.T A.At Mq,::IATE RI'rCE. . - THE CALLAGH...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

\ OMEN IN POIITIO . T'iti c-uoiil of the ti Vmn' T ml)eraI Tja.gitn of New (utli Wakcsdeuctnrmned in._ Sdney on MEot dmy to conrtinne. th Ieage' h* n per iren tnr nod distinct orgntisatio,. Tho coun cii r;lcf iced a report rtmicit sItated (lintt sac= f5ss had com-wncd theo Ikatues t '(jrts in mrny olrctornte=, nod thn mncnibe l erowe 'tinrni li.ns in deoidion.r to krep indtepi'ile'Rt of nil with ricn',; unions in voribuqs ctctrmd.'s bc iPrt couniderrd at no ez:d. " (o rnl tttcct; timl body hont the luij t1it11 oP file braocl'e and nilintrd lg hguesflai e siguitied tlhir in lentien) to remfaini permnnemivagmlent k-iiteaj for the parpoco of cc-ipl·ernlrt .in theft n o 4lenvour to "safeguard inmdividual 1 b *fv 1 onsIIIOe hon~orna!b represent*tivrs. cleano .sd ministrntinn, Had batter legal prb~teeioin to -vrcmeen nod chiidrens nurl enrerallyto' no t

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 19, 1904. WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

WITU W~tITC AREIUWECfltP~hAT~t) Qneanbeyan 'limbs, WI:3: 31 n orn Mirror & Cantaiuns Flat Mliner. L -: I FR~IlIIAY, AUGUST1 10, 1901b~~ ~ ~'00:1 ~ _71 1.' WOOrh REPORT. W:\c'ifco ts, C! A iso & Co, TjTD, rrport - ftclt'if:t' buying fivrms nro cn:I oie'izlrt strong ly for iccal .u'ourrd wool, arid frot the few lots o~f c i-ly Einorn na a ip which urn S nvniiobh,. A rd in View of tOl:, utreng;ih i ftri vnt.r ci. luiry we feel safe iii preulioltiog vety ft a pric's when tho reriulnr net'wi Sfieson'ii s sedes t:; mnlerCO t O Octioaer. Mea'antaime current 'riie- mRna be s!ntrd as S rI to 101 p'r lb., for gaolo dsern-o skirted Rrensy ; 301d iia 12dd for szip.'rinr ; ]S.1 to 231 for medium to goad seoured fl;cep, rre:i 10] to 2l1d for suarer I i iwo&. Oar next :uction siI6 will be IBeloin Srpfembt:or 8th.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
State Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

State .'Politics. Ttir state labour party, met yesterday and re-elected Mr. McGowen as ,qader.:. Other previous office-ljoarri~ ' were also ..re-ap :pointed:, r ~_ . -...In the donrse ofF en interview .heween Mr, "Vaddell and M,. Oiarrthers, thenplnre of a' bill arrahgidrig for two mncths supply wad mutually arraniged. "Mr. Wrad'el| ?ill not tdiderhiarosigriation uutil the 'temporary esupply bill has .been paeeed. Ata meetiong of the Bn'ngonia Political: "LabouriLenaue it was deoirlsrldtht<t the sea retary " rite to Dr. Blackalt's committee *at; Quieaubeysn "dtawhig attention to a blunder At this end of the electirate. According to the electorate mop a rnmbor of elootors . of W/ollondilly voted jin Quieanbayap. through having their names on the Quenobeyan roll. Instead" ofthe line which separatet Braid wood 'from :ArpylH bring used to separate .Qneanbeyan from VWallondillythe map shows hbe liti alteored, and ii is believed that ..this and of"-Briaidwood and Argyle hasb.he...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

. ..Nature'a Own Remedy for ndigcstion Constipation. iuiiauisnes. Ileadrlche. Liver and vKidecy Troubles. Anlmlna. Clood I:npuritics,. Coughs. Cclds and Chills. Sold by all Chemists for 1 11 and 2 9 the box. or they may be had post free from the Propri etors the Bile Bean Manufg. Co.. 39 Pitt Street. Sydney, S olnn receipt of{ ricea,. ONE BE-AN-ONB DOSE. ,1 i I II - i I? i , i ,, SALE SALE OUR GREAT EBD OF SEASON SALE NIW ON, -.( REFUNDED ON ALL ): CASH PURCHASES Diapery,. Clothiug, Boots, Shoes, &e, Oir ENTIIE. STOCK offered at the Sabove TREMENDO US; DISCOUNT. MARGAINS IN EVERY DEPAITMENT, " CHEAPSIDE. .tEAUD W.I.-'. VITAD)A TID 1S DOING. Cannington,?late of Northanm and York, W.A., ,, July 11, 1908,. DEAR IR,-I ivish to tell yot of wonderful, effect VLTADATIO has bad on me. I satu. fered for eight years with Ohronio Liveir Complaint and aStone in the Bladder. Dr. -- , with other dootors of Northam and York, also dbiifots in Perth, attended me. I was also in tli' hospital ...

Publication Title: Age, The
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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17TH. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Gale.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

SPolice Court. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 171n. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Gale.) INSULTINO LANGUAGE. BRIDGET SIlEEDY, an elderly woman, ap peared to answer th3 information of Jessia Edith Sheedy, publio school teacher at Tharwa, wherein she was charged with hav ing, on tie 15th July last, used certain in sulting words to complainan~t. Defendant pleaded not guilty. The parties to the aotion were related to each other by marriage, complainant being 1he wife ota nepiew of the defendant, occu ;pySiug the public-school premises at teacher. of tt o school; the defendanut residing with :her husband on adjacent premisca. . According to comlrn ltinaits' evitd nee, she had just dismissed Ler pupils for the mid -day recess, when her attention was arrested by toe rushing sound of a mob of cattle beiug driven along the road. Defendant was standing on the school-grounds i~t the .time, and told the children to run back into the school room out of danger. Complain. ;ant thereupon said to defenda...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Duntroon Will Case. IN EQUITY—WEDNESDAY. BEFORE Mr. Justice A. H. Simpson. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

DIunitroon Will Case. IN EQU I 'Y-WVEJlNES1)AY. fEER?on \lr. .Tn5ice A II. Simpson. The plaintiff was Edward Charles ('lose CaniphIw, of 1)u1Itroon, near Q'aenhevaun, and th? dIfenl?antsr Eutlale Army C'ampbell (plaistiff's wife), Andrew Gibson Bhlenfield, Johnb Sytney l;ichardaon, and five children of tho CarmpbhIlls. Plaintiff askedl that a settlement imade on Marchl 1, 1900, between hiniself, his wife, and Blonltfield and Rich ard-on its trnltees s oule be set asd5s. The ihearinig of lth suit was commenced on Augullst 10. The taking of evidence was continued. Mrs. Smith wife of (lth rector of St..lohn the llaitist's Chliuch. Cranblerra, at which plaintiff attended, in her evidence, taken on ceumnlission, said she nevar saw plaintiff drink in church. -Edward G. Aikinson, formerly manager of Gtngahleeu station, in further evidence, said he saw plaintiff frequently under ttr. iuffltences of liquor-in 1902. ''owar'ls the end of thia year plaintiff asked witness to add up andl cteck a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER VIIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

- The stotrytller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER VIl1I.--cO\TItvED. She looked at him on?hf.'cruI?g why he made nu assertion that ?? pl,oitivoly untrue, and then, fat cying I.e must have some potent reason for wishing he r not to dance.with that jiarticelnait jdividual, she, w itll many blushes and siuch embarrassment, excused herself. SI hope you won't mind, 1 doe,'t asppose you wiillas I have never seen you bafore, only I ne ver wish to he reude, anld perhaps my cousin tl inke he will 1 sk after me beat at Fnplper. The yonng man, ni-o ,:*m,,- was Horne" Ruardolhl,, bot-rd witlh "I eo, c-'-l-d aliniy asce, and depnitrd, wli Ft. M.Ii'rl and Jack uaanderrdthrmngh the curide .r- to thte dieli,et; room, where l.a found a place at a at wait tiuble for two, and provided Mabtl wutilt .e.mn lht clear soap. * Why did you o ugh?' liP said at hnat. 'You told me to cough wl.cin ! sawr uon doing anything that I thought I ,t ,ieirt,' lie Maid. and thrir a ?as lanoeler i:n heis '.. * What did I do th...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. The public are allowed to express their opinions in this Column providing all correspondence is signal by the writer—not necessarily for publication At the same time, we wish it to be clearly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of those who so make use of it—Editor Q.A. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

Open o olumn. The poblic are alloyeol to expreds their oplriaios li, this Column preati 1ino all corrpoan le oeJ is signa I hby the *-w'rF-r--not ne*cc?rily for public ttion At the same time, wie h it to be clearly understoo I that we do not asidorse tl)o oppilions of t?)ose wha so make use of It Elitor Q.A. TO TIJE EDITOI. Sit -I feel ic n cen ary to say a few wnrd. re garding the Rlef.r:n BInq-tet held last night. The gathering was in p oin.sf num'bers a su-osss,1 coaaid. rably beyond the best expectationsof the. Co emnittee, and was of its k'nd quite unprece deute in the an als of Qloenbeayas, It the fu uro prosperity depends o-t hl unanimity and eaithusiasm of the Reform Party we m'y l,ok forward with every c.inidence so far as the anp porters in tliis district a-o concerned But regarding the arrangements at the Banquet, it had been noticed pollicly that no tCkets would be issued afrer Wednesday last and when the numbers were made up it was found-that 80 guests ri ht be oexpecte...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Banquet to Mr. Millard. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

B r.ll "- 1er, TLAET night pursunint to anntonreermne, :he anrq l tenlered, by the supi, ,,rtets of MIr. A. M. liillrd, cuir newly ell cted memhh r to the State P trliatnt-nt, took placen in tlht Protr-sant Hai. The manamgoment and ar rane .geracit s ttconnection with the Btancq+it was entrustrel o comnn.cenr aIdt lavish hanudi as the magniticent dispiny fully te?titi i ; there lbeing hnmple provisiote provided for the largeo number who partook of thenm. Ti?e catering g was entru,.ted to the able hands of Mrs. J. A. Shaw, this laIdy excelling all previous a.etnpts in Ihi dlirection. Tne tsabes were reisplenden, t tifht flowers and other appropriate decorntions, prettily grouped in vasnt-, and fairly hibet beneath the weight of tho tempting viands which they bore.. At 7 o'clock everything was in readinrrs for the reception of the company and the seata quickly tilled. Tno'attendanco was exceptionally large over 130 persons being ieaetten,.jiiotding many ladies. Mr. A [H. Utarraway prc...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s d ,,d Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at asoy time. -0 Sa- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. DONr BE FOOLISH. IS 'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicycle that has nu 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. thrtis FULLY GUARANTEED and will LAST you FOR YEARS, no mat.r what sort of work you give it. WEUITE TO US OR CALL ON OUR SOC(AL A GENTS. YOU CAN buy on LONG EASY TERMS. SMALL DE POSIT, payments np.de to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN PART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Moto, Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., Sydrey.. THE GCOLD) IIICYCLE CO. AGENT, QUEANBEYAN. LARGEST STOCK OF SUNDRIES in town,'at ljweat Prices 'BILLY' 'GOLDENIA' YOU know" BILLY" TEA of course. Everybody who is anybody, knows "BILLY," it has been the standard drink of Australians for half lea century. "' BILLY" is the King of Blends. " UOLD...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Epitome of News [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

- ----- Epitome of News A nurse has attributed hier bankrioptcy?to the declining bitth.rate. The government hasn decided to hold an inquiry infb the ' working of the Pastunr.' Protection Act in' the Cooma district. ev,. A. Irines O'Reilly, formerly incuniv bent of at. Barthornomew's (rookwell died at ]3athutstpn Th!ursday last... It hasn been found that opium is being used illegally in Northern Australi ', and that abotigines are becoming victims to the habit. : : A boy eight years of ago, whilst olesning a pen-tifloe t''3ognat Giae had. several teethi and a pnrtior1t of his tonguoeahot away owing to the rieo ex~loding. Mr. H. L. Mackellr- has been appolnted. to the noeitinnrofofoicial starter for the A .1.0. Mr. Mackellar was formely manager: of the Kirklham stud.. The trustees of the Savings Balk have decided to recommend the' Govornor to ap point Mr. David. Miftchell, aeoountant at I th hnnk, as moaniaging trusteoiii"Succession to the late Sir Geoage Dibbsa' Da. Barlow, Bishop of...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUN OVER BY A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 August 1904

RUN OVER BY A TRAIN. Aa necident ofa :shock;iig nature happened ie ixr the Carton -railway. station on Tuesdtay morntis,- when a punblia school teacher named Maud McBride was run over by a train and killed. The deceased who was 30 years of age, ani resided with her ptrrnts at Station Street, Kogarah, took the train every morn in~'from Carlton to Hurstville. wlher, she was engaged at the public schonl. -This morning she was crossing the line on the Sydney side of the station, when she was run over by the Saunh Coast train, which runs tlirough to Hurstvi.le. Although no body saw the accident, a man named Alex - ander Beatty saw the daeeased lyi:.g on the rails immediately nftoe t.h train nassed. Denth was instantaneous, the body bet K, shock?ngly mangled, and the head severed frocp the holy. The remains were conveyed to iedfern, and subsequently to the Morgue. Ttea cr opa in many parts of the district are reportel to be in a very bank ward cen ditior, in many cases presenting a very p...

Publication Title: Age, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO HOURS IN A CELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

TWO HOURS IN A CELL. " I W~OnDER how a fellow fee's li.cked up in there," said the writer to the gorernor of a b v p'i:on, as we were peeping into a cell through the greaed iron door. " If you want a taste of it I'll look you up for a couple of houre," anttwertd the governor pleasantly. " All r ght, go ahead-" I stepped ini le and he locked the door with a clang, and left me. No sound, no view, nobody to talk to. I lay down on the iron cot and won.dered when they would take me out and hang m-' ; or whether I was likely to get a new trial. At the end of the second hour the governor releas"d me. " D.,d enough T' he asked. " Qite enough,', I an swered. And yetI would rather take a month of that a.crt of th:ng than endure the long illness that befell hirs. S. A. Bradshaw. 112, Gipps Street, Collingwood. Melbourne, so clearly depicted in her letter of December 15- h. 1903. " Fire years ago," said Mrs. Bradshtaw, " I was thought to be lying at death's door. I was then at that age when a g...

Publication Title: Age, The
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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

C:IA PTER X[. ' Wgr, Mabel!' Jack exclaimed, as he ran downstairs, ' hope yo'l have not been wa.iting for me. The dogcart is ready for nos in the stable-yard, and it is quite time we were off. lavaeyou a wrap? We may be a bit late coming home, if they start any sort of game or anything after louch, and the evenings grow cold early now.' ' Shall I go and ask Hannah for my cloak?' she said, pleased a. his thou.htfulness, to which she was so nuaccustomed. ' ,-hall I P' he asked. 'Oh, no, I am half- w.y op!' and she was back again in moment with the lovely cloak over hlr arm. She was sorry that sTack had not notic3a her new costume, but it did not matter, as she had read that men do not care for dress as women do. In another moment she was un beside Jack ; they had run dow:i to the stable-yard together, and soon they were spinning *er the dry roads down the park, where the Tinted trees gsudily flaunted their yellow and crimson to show tihat thoulgh aged and dying, they still had a beaut...

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The Late Fire at Uriarra. INQUEST—[?] OF INCENDIARISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

The Late Fire at Uriarra. INQTTlPq'' -'?'?,r '"T OF INCENDIARISM, TuE Coroner returned from Uriarra yeeter day, where he held on Saturday a searching inquiry into the cause and origin of the fre wiich, on the 24'h July la-t, r!eslroyed pro. perti s valued at £300. Summarised, the evidence dikclo-e I that on awaking that morning, the ra.idAnts found the extensive hay and cow shrd-, under which valuable agricultural machinery and vehiolas of war. ions dtecriptio Is were stored a I ablaes. It was too late s ive anything. At one corner of the hay sheds strip+ of bark which had evidently been thrust into the hay,. were still smconlderinq. It was shownv that a per. son named had threatened to personally assault Mr. A. J. McDonald and to be avenged if he waited 20 years for estisfdCO tion; that this individual had als, talked about burning nut'the M[cDoua!ds for some alleged injustice. It. wan known to be within some few miles of Uriarra both the night before the' burning, and was seen wit...

Publication Title: Age, The
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CAPTAIN'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

F CAPTAIN'S FLAT (From (Our Correspondent) t DFTrT.-Mr John A. Edmonds, who fo many years had resided in this neighborhood " died last Wednelay after a proloiged illness. The deceased h,,d been a suffer of an internal complaint for'over twelve months, and con suited roost of thie local doc orn and also a I leading physician in Sydne,, but none of them could eff.ct a cure. He has left a largo l family, mo3tly grown up to mourni their loss. The deceased was interred in the' Carwoola cemetery on Friday, a large concourse of friends paying a last tribute' of respect by attending the.funeral.- The 1Rev. Canon Lei! h of Bungeridor, conducted the burial service. Synmpathy has been manifested to the deceasod's family and relations in their sad bereavement.. T'iNen?t? V.ALER ThIAouY.-To ay that great consternation permentel the iahabi. tants here by the account of the Tindern Vale tragedy which was published in Fri day's AGE, would simply be expressing the intelligetnce iu a matter of fact t...

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