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WILLIAMSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

WILLIAMSDALE. [!-»af Ore CoaaasraicDmT.] Thkhk has been considerable ex citement displayed for the last few weeks at the local tennis court, where the lady members of the community are playing off a tourna ment, the trophy being a valuable silver cup, presented by Mr. E. T. Cribbs. Keen competition and great enthusiasm has been shown through out. The second round has been completed, the final players being Mrs. G. A. Trotter and Miss Flor rie Keeffe, the latter winning by 4 points. The conditions of the con test are that the cup must be won twice by a member before it can be claimed, Mrs. F. L. Smith was the winner of the first round. About 20 of our folk had a day's recreation and enjoyment by way of visiting Cooma Show hut Thursday. Mrs. Johnston secured some first and second prizes. Mr. F. L. Smith, J.P., Mrs. J. Keeffe, and Mr. J. Keeffe, jr.. 'left by Friday night's train for Sydney, where they intend spending a few weeks, and seeing some of the sights at the Sydney exhibition....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

PRESS NOTICE. IN order toBToidni-sutirleretanaing»ii4 dissppointment, it is hereby notified that unless the customary Pbess Passes be previously sent to ihe Office, no repre sentative from this Journal «iSU*ttend any entertainment or focal function. In all cases Where tbe usual courtesy does not extend to tbe Press, it shall be taken to indicate that a report of the proceedings is ondesired. H. E. HOLLAND, Proprietor. To BB OPSskp Aav I, J905.] ; ''' AND, Hcademy of music, XAQV0X8 pTM*T Conducted t-y tnrs. UUrroi WH fl.H.H.m., toi. Papil of Sir Jules Benedict and Henri Russell.......* ? Mrs. -Warren Bill-is a trained and certifi cated teacher of 25 years' experience. Circulars containing tariffs and particu larsto be he bad ot the Scbool,;Maquoid street, Queaobej-an; and' at Ths Leader offici, ????-.??? - ; ttemaldoferin ' JWWtr Petai. - (Dedicated totlie Hob. Terence Aubrey Murmy.MJP.) — BV— -. '. ANDREW WOTHERSPOON (Teaclur«t CinVna School Fifty Yearn-ago.)— ? . ?gTTBIiXSgagD 18BS...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

BRAIDWOOD. {Prom the Dopatcb.] The approach of Reynard to this district from the back country has been causing no -small commotion among our landholders and fanners, specially those interested in sheep ind poultry. Instead of a single [ox being seen here and there occa sionally, and when shot being such 1 novelty as to be placed on view in :he shop windows in town, they are now to be seen in all directions round the town. As many as half a dozen have shown themselves about Jella matong during the week, and others have been seen at Bombay, Naran ghi, and Dowling's Hill, and they are also in evidence out St. Omer way. At the police court, George Wing, summoned by Constable McMullen for driving a horse with a sore shoulder, was fined so/, with 5/6 costs. At a drive at Mount Elrington, when there were 18 drivers and 22 shooters present, the number of hares and rabbits shot was about 500 (mostly hares) and 10 wallabies. The following portions of land have been applied fort' — Edward Rolf...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Market Reports. Queanbeyan Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

jB55*5^pSB) 4ae»nl»7Ui Fricai Cnrrast. ' The following priceB,unless otlierwise in dicated, refer to the wholesale trade, and axe subject to ordinary market fluctua tions:— Flour : .£8/10/ to £9 per ton. Weat: Local, jf to 3(3 per bushel. ., Oats : White feed, 2/9 ; Algerian, i[$% to a/6 per bushel. ' Bran : /11 per bushel. Pollard : 1/ per bushel. Maize : 3| to 3/6 per bushel. Hay: For chaffing purposes, £%\\o\; lucerne, nominal; rack, £1 pa ton. Barley : 3/ to 3/3 per bushel. 'Potatoes: /5/10/ to £6 per ton. . Onions; i/apercwL Chaff: Prime, £3 to ,£3/5/ per ton. Straw: Derriclc-pressed, 30/ to 35/; bundle, 25/ per ton. Bacon : /7 per 1b. Butter: Factory-made, ordinary, /o. ; dairy /7 per lb. Lard : In bulk. Is per lb. Eggs : jio per doz. Poultry: Fowls, 2/ 1* 2/6; young fowls, 1/ to 1/6; ducks, 2/6 to 3/9 ; turkeys gobblers 4/ to 7/6, bens 3/9 to 5/ per pair. Sheepskins :/3K to /4« perlb. - Tallow : In shipping condition, to £iZ; broken packages, £16 per ton. . Honey : /j to /3 p...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

[?] In Saltpetre Avenue, close to the Pit, Where the vitriol reservoirs sputter and There's a bed on a griddle that never gets Prepared for the chap who ioeloses no stamp. At the Molten Hotel in Sulphuric Glade Where the temperature's nine-ninety eight in the shade, There's a thrice-heated chamber dug out with a scraper. For the fellow who writes on both sides of the paper. Where the billows of brimstone delight fully roar, And the geysers their seething red cata racts pour, There's a blistering bath in a cauldron of flame. For the chump wlto neglect*! to alga any name.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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EASTER ATHLETIC SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

EASTER ATHLETIC SPORTS *f he above were opened on Satur day, when a large number of com petitors faced Ihe slarter, Mr. J. Elliott. Air. \V. Beany acted as judge.1 Results : Southern Districts Handicap of ;£io; first ^7, second £1 10s, third £1, fourth 10s ; 75 yards. First Round. First Hsat.— Johnston, 78j£yds, 1 ; Corcoran, 78yds., 2. Other starters: ' PJayawaj', ' 77yds, , and Daniels, 78yds. A good race. Second Heat. — E. J. Guy, 75 x/± fds., r ; H. O'Hara, 823-ds., 2. Other starters : M. Ryan, 77yds., ind T. O'Neill, 77yds. Won easily. Third Heat. — R. Cosier, 77yds., 1 ; E. Grace, 80yds., 2. Other starters - T. Waters, 76yds, and M. Robinson, 75yds. Fourth Heat.— G. Baltye, 8o}i, 1 ; T. White, 75, 2. Other starters: T. Lynch, 77, and A. de Smet, 75. Fifth Heat,— J. Scott, 77, 1 ; J. H. Whfttaker, 78, 2. Other starter : F. O'Connor, 75. Won easily. Sixth Heat.— H. Quill, 75%, I ; G. Carroll, 79 }4, 2. Other starter : D. Commins, 77. » bscond Round. First Haat. — Guy, 75^yds., 1...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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A World Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

I AWorid Elsewhere! Wise, a frost in England, will return to Australia with the next drought— Newslet- ter. Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan is about to start a paper. * * * The Minister for Mines and Agriculture desires to invite attention to an offer of die de partment to furnish trial lots of macaroni wheat. The de partment has also several new wheats to offer foe trial this season, namely, John Brown, Schneider, Plover, Tarragon, and Sussex. The first three are suited to the warm and fairly warm districts. John Brown resists rust very well and hitherto has proved a heavy and reliable' cropper, a good milling wheat, giving strong flour. Schneider and Plover are very similar to Purple Straw, but superior in respect to rust and yield of grain. They are also excellent hay wheats. Tarragon and Sussex are suitable for high lands and cool districts. Both are reported to be strong resis ters of rust, and heavy crop pers, Tarragon having given the highest yield of the season at Bathurst Experimental...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

THEQUEANBEYAN LEADER Ik* awtcntfc amsistr «? TaatoatawiTaHaliaat.-^. ?Tinted* Published neryTueadiy ud Friday al aoiAiiMmtni, viuanui. hi 11k Stateol New South Walca.bjrtbeProprl. eior, hek*t Eoarora Holukd. sxTBSCBiiprrroir : KcrYeartaao»aiice - - TeaSMMng*. Booked, Twdre Shining*. VASUALS-FInt lack, Vi- Haeh ?ucedln'g inch.l/-. ThnrlaBtioufarpneaodw^ STANDING COHTKACTB-By special np DistrktJMrectory* AWConsult tbte Directory before oak *°K jow purcbajes. Jaa. rlke, Maaarfratrett. Maxwell and Woodfrr. Wooanwtreet. lUCIlaiTia,Aact(B«-cr,clc,(laeanbe-'*an. Mr*. Mn-«aj-, 'KcMaalaV MvaaiMlnet. Miaa Seek. Mbm Howe, M HHakelli-*U Srdner, nor Bedhn KaOwar SUItca. Mr». I« Coast. La vista, Oilkwa4L.Co*n-«ra. K. UoOand. ItacnBoM-atRct. Mclancaarac, MorriaseU-stnct. T. FlanafaB, BUfOdn. Bed Bird Bfcrdt*. C. F. ndnl, local afrata. Cm* **s^«WI »**«. w. Saow. Houra-strat. CtfMlfjBML I.adlel'CoaeRasdAcadcaqriitMaak.afaquold ?trcct. Mn. wara Ban. ltaret and Kuaril, Muaiiru inert, r. c HU1 and Sim,...

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SELECTED VERSE. TIM SHOPPING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

f»f SELECTED VERSE..**] ^iM'aj unmnro s^nsivsoVi 1 'I'VE got to buy a pound of tea, And a pound of strawberry Unit Two new-laid eggs, six wishing pegs. And a pound of rashers of ham. 'I'll run aa quickly as I can. And say it over all the way ; For mother (aid unless I ran I couldn't get the things to-day. 'I've cot to get a pound oftea. Ana a pot of strawberry ham. Two washing eggs, and a doien pegs. And a poundof rashers of jam. 'I never make the least mistake When mother (ends me to the store, Bat here'a the shop, *o I moat stop, And cay my orders through once more. 'I've got to get a pound of tea. And a pound of washing ham. Two strawberry pegs, a pound of eggs, And a rasher of newJaid jam.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

'??: ? i' r, ? o Ourf Seo§ond Dal . Fell on the i|3th MARCH. I BEING IN »UE BILLS ! Hayes aid Russell monaho street, oueanbiva*. ?vestarushed 1889] ^^^^^ A Splendid Assortment of Autumn & Winter Goods in Stock. Latest Fashions. Perfect i Fit Good Workmanship. Unequalled in the District Prices to Suit Everyone. Good Bicycles. There never was a time when Money could buy better value in 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 spate no trouble nor expense to please. We ate not satisfied unless you are. Full 12 months' guarantee given with every Bicycle. Then why delay purchasing. Out AGENT will allow you the highest price for your old Second-hand. ' CANADA CYCLE ft MOT0B -*-., Limited. Head Office : 357 Geokge Street, Sydney. Locai. Agent : GEORGE PERCIVAL. ' QIEEAP BjjjEg'lfe MJJfTON. ^ McINNESBROS. Sv^^^BtTAVE Commenced Business in MORRISSETT ' 'JMMgV l^^RO- STREET., OUEANBB...

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NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

HOTHIHG NEW UNDER file SUN. i-rotesaor Qoodmin has collected some - interesting taols it «o tia tools of the ancient Bomans. . lc ii « marvel bow soms. of the instrument* and tools they were lathe . habit pf using oould possibly haie beep made' with aueb machinery as we now poaaeBS. Profwaor Goodman aaya the thing that moat impressed him, when voicing -pSopeU, was the reaemblnnct betwesn many ol the imple ment* of l,600yeara ago and lhoaeofto day. On looHng at tbe iron toola groupad together in an old factory there, he oould almost imagiLs he was gating Into a. modtro' i looiuiop.erceptlorthefaotthat there was a coating of mat on the iron, Sjoklea, bill books, rakea, forks, axes, spades, blank-1 emith'a tongs, bunmera, soldering Irona, planes, shovels, etc, are mnoh like those wed to-day; but the most mar rellouaiu. ' strununts found are . thoee far sorgerr, beautifully executed, and of design exactly similar to some recently patented and re inrested. Jnoreolble ?? It may appear, th...

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GOULBURN. Goulburn Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

GOULBURN. [From tbe Pjbknv Post.] Gtmlinmi Circuit Court. ? At the above Court, William I-uke Weekes and -George Samuel Henry Weekes pleaded guilty to having on 6th March, at Clear-HiUs, stolen-fwb ewes, the property of Effie Gentle. They were each sentenced to nine months' imprisonment with hard labor. William O'Donuell, charged with having stolen a horse in 1902, was found guilty, and sentenced to seven years' penal servitude. James Moran and John McKenzie were charged with breaking and en tering the dwelling of W. A. Nicho las, of Bundanoon, on April 4, and stealing therefrom a quantity of jewellery, watches, money, plated ware, and foreign coins valued at jC$o. Moran pleaded guilty, and Mackenzie iiOt guilty. After hear ing -evidence: in tbe latter case, the judge directea' the Jury to bring ina verdict of not triiiltv. Mnrnn tvii sentenced to 18 months' imprison-' ment with hard labor in Bathurst rail John Jones, a youth, and John Barry, 48, were charged with, in company, break...

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THE END OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

THE END OF THE WORLD. Professor Forater, director of the Bjrlin Obaervatory, publish^ an interesting atficla on the prophecy retpaciing the doalrui'tiou of the world in 1399. Iu cooaeq teuco, hB says, of miarapreaanted saleatiAa prougua.'B ments, many people fear untoward -remits from the Impact of the earth with a Isrga ?warm of small heavenly bodies whloh will amy iamafg to 4ba earth's surUoef^ltrh quite (me a comet is travelling in the same path as those heavenly bodies, end at last crossed the orbit of the .earth two months later than they did— namely, in 'January, 1807. In 1800, however, the distance uf tbe earth from this crossing point will be etill greater; but even should on impact with tbU oomet take place at tola epot it would nut be serious. In uonaequence, there is not tbe slightest ground for apprehension respecting 189°, ai far aa mankind aa a whole ?? oon oeriad.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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PALMISTRY. O'GRIN TELLS HOW McGLUM HAD HIS FORTUNE TOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

PALMISTRY. OH)SOI TEXAS BoVMo0X,UX BAD Hie nuMtntB 50m. [By Cuticura.] Whin Oi last wrote you, Oi tcm-3d you of th' sturrin' advin tures of McGIuhj and mese'f at th' sliow — mudd sturrin' advin tures — but Oi resarved fer th' prisint o-casion th' tellin' of our experiences wid the pal mists. Afther.landm' frmii tli' oceau wave, McGlum and Oi rubbed th' mudd fruni off our backs (Oi moight niintion , whin you don't come on yer feet, ycr loikely to git mudd on _ver back) and Oi sez to him : Come and hov yer hand red. Roight, sez he, Oi will if '00 do. ;? :-j;^ : '? ^J About twinty yards f rum tli' meny-go-round there woz a noice little tiut, wherju a Maori lydy woz dispingin' itii1 - past, presint, and future of all those who woz too ignorant . to read th' will of Providense b}' th1 wrinkles of their own 4iands. In frunt of th'tintthere'stidod a noicelj' dfiressed gi&leriian (th tnend 01 th' Mickeydoo, be th' way) iuvoitin' one and all to avail thimselves of th' opportunity of ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Queanbeyan Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

QnM&b«7ma Auctions. Messrs A. W. Moriarty & Co. report having soldi 26 2-tooth mixed sheep at 12/, 105 6-tooth wethers (forward to fat) at 12/, 56 aged ewes at 10/, 60 lambs at 6/2. On -Thursday, at Hungerford's Hotel, Messrs. Maxwell and Wood ger will sell Mr. Coghlan's property in Atkinson-street — without reserve. On Thursday, Mr. W.J&CHdfieJd win sell, #i the saleyards, 150 head mixed cattle, including a number of dairy heifers.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Men's and Boy's Bui[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

KsB'a and Soy'a Bniti. These lines we are doing better than ever, both ready-made and made-to-order, at lowest prices. Thirteen hundred patterns to choose from! Come and see them — Hayes and .Russell, Queanbeyan.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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TRIAL OF ELIZA LUCAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

TRIAL OF ELlMafoS? At the Goulburn Circuit Court on Monday, Eliza LucSs wasthargea jvith thaattempted murder of a male chUd at Queanbeyan on 23rd March last, y ' ./? /..:..'... .... ?. '? ???/?? Mr. Selwyn Bette, instructed by Mr. A. M, Bejtis, iorj/h^ooiyiaiA, oT Quean^n, ^pi%|e|^ for -ai-' feiSw.'^ergt Willis gare evidence similar to that tendered iyjhim at the. Queanbeyaa Police Court. In reply to Mr. S. Betts, he said that if the child were thrown down the pit, there would be nothing to pre vent it falling straight down. Alice Maud Jex, housemaid at Pooiey's Hotel, deposed that about 6 a.in; on March 23 accused came into the kitchen, and upon sitting down said she was very ill, and asked for some brandy ; witness went for the brandy ,and on her re turn accused had gone ; she placed the brandy on the kitchen table and returned in ten 'ninutes'; accused was not then there*; it was between nine and ten when witness' saw accused again ; accused did not say anything about a child. To...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Local Brevsties [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

SMalBrmttn. Fire Brigade Annual Ball an nouncement for night of June 5th. . The . Leader account against you nay only amount to a few shillings ; but don't let tbat fact deter you from makinga settlement Several hundreds of similar small accounts -represent a fairly decent' sum. . . At the Hawkesbury race meeting, Avondale won the hurdle nice of 60 sovs.. with a sweepstake of 3.5/ each for starters added. It was a desperate struggle at the finish be tween Avondale and/ Old: Chappie, the former winning by half a head..

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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

I Passing notes. 3 ? By | 'OTUS.'i In connection with the charge on which Frank Cottam has been sent to jail, there is a splendid opening for an action for heavy damages against the Daily Telegraph, which paper (while Cottam was awaiting trial) deliberately, under glaring headlines and with brutal distortions, an uouueed that the case was oue of ' cold-blooded murder.' No\v,a jury has decided that the ease was not one of murder at all, but manslaughter ; and, since the Attorney-General (for reasons which this paper can't comprehend) refused to take steps prior to the trial to pro tect the accused man from that sort of outrage, people inter ested in maintaining a ,sho\v of decency in connection with the .administration of Justice minium cuucavuur iu place it within Cottain's power to seek redress from the paper re ferred to. For stealing over ^'6000 Justice Pring sentenced T. M. Slattery to t,}4 years' imprison ment — at the rate of six months for' each /'iooo stolen. For Ateali&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

BpuUl AdnrtlMmants. NTTRSp SMYTH, oasirpieATEB ? LA-toiES' xsr tr 3a s E', HAS Comfortable Accommodation for Ladies s:nd is prepared to attend Ladies in their i own homes in Town or Countrv. KELVINSIDE Boarding : Establishment. lLalc Hose, Sbsmrock. and Thistle Hold) MONARO STRUKT, QUEASBKYAS, Near llic Bridge. Mldwsrti ChMsts. Rtinshmenls et all Hours. Kvery Convenience for Conutfy VlBllors. . . . ?^ Good Stabling Accommoda ion. -*? MUS. J. snnro^LT, Proprietress.

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