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SUTTON [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

SUTTON (From Oar OCrrenoondent) 'oxEss are getting quite numerous about here. Mr. Joseph Read of" Wattle Grove" held a half-day's drive last Saturday, ·when no less titan thr e foxes (fiRte specimens) were sighted, Qeo shooter ti-ed two shots at one, but failed to atop him~, although he was seen to be severely woonded. About 40 hares acd wallabies were shot. The if pest threatens to assume alarming dimem. sions, and it behoves the Cqnatters and others to use stringent measures before reynard gets too strong a hold. I am informed that as a result of the late Sutton school ball, besilde supplying the school with the nece:sary appliances to manipulate the new syllabus, that a substan tiallibrary wil soon be in operation. To start with it will contain about 70 stlected volumes, anI: in the course of a few .years untton chool hnol'l hare one of the best libraries in the district. Owing tot egeueral exolas of sh+trers our little village is practically drssrted sad in the course of a few w...

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 — 23 August 1904

(Bf A.' Lanrsdr,rte, See l.m.nla, Goldbr'n ) Tna se:,son is "')w advancing, and growth ,will start in munny crops and plants, and arse ar.ta of mni.y seeds can be sown. Let all lard he well and deeply worked and well mranured. Marny of the patent rannites well replay the outlay. It is no use trying to grow crops without. feeding them. mow in drilla to alfow of surface cultivation in day weather, and do not try to plant larger cronp than can he attended to. The weather will be changeable and severe at times; sough wi ds, fIosts, snow, and rain, warmer at times, !d some thunder wearler :ikely, should westerly or tropical distusbances be met by sea winds. Some fortlher heavy downpours, espteially in central and constal districts ,re likely. .Prospects are still for a wet spring. LTC-rcI.s GArnDs? -Sow peas, broad be ans, onions, carrota, beet, leeks, radish, lettuce, cabbag-, parsnips, cress early potatoes, .het bs, rhuabarl , asparagllu-seed or roots, spiRach, Bi nssels sprouts, turni...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS MATCH AT COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

TENNIS MATCH AT COONt. ;LrS S.tnrday a local team of tennis players proceeded to Cooma whore they played a match w:th a team representing that place. On arrival at Cooma they were'met by some of the Cooma players. They were enter iAined at a fintier and the lady friends qlso suppled afternoon tea at the courts. Pbe. play on both sides is described as being very good, Queaubeyan however winning by 103 games to 93. Queanbeyan returned home on Saturday night and speak in the highest terms of the hospitable treatment they re ceived at the hands of the Conms plasyers. A SraetiL cheap excursion train will leav Queanbeyan on Friday, 9th September. Children's Wear Woolhoods, bonnets, polkas, muffs, jackets, beaver coast, b/. is the £ discount P. C. Hill & Son.

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. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1904 THE NEW COMMONWEALTH MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

wIT WHEICH AlR INCOlPORATED Qneanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror h Caitain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1904 THE NEW COMMONWEALTH MINISTRY. r'ost people in New South Wales are decor onsly glad that their reprersentative in a . peo'al sense, Mr. G. H. Reid. has at 1. ngth been given charge of the Commonwealth Government. He has had a long wait for (flice and he now takes it tied to tariff con ditions in such a way that there is no pros peet of businees unsettlement being created, but a certain scope for good practical ad ministratioon. Mr. Reid has made a very sagacious choice of colleagues. Mr. McLean, who as Minister for Customs, is accociated with the Premier, holds a safe seat for a Gippeland constituency. He is not a fre quent speaker but a very forcible one. Fnr sometime it will be remembered he was Premier of Victoria. Sir Jusiah Symon who is Attorney General and chief Government representative in the Senate, is the leading' barrister of Adelaide, a sound freetrade politic...

Publication Title: Age, The
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The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CAAPTrER X. ' Te next morning Mabel woke with a new feeling of enjoyment running throngl her Wveins;she had made up her mind to conquer and the strength of that resolve was filling her with a senso of power that was moit ex hilarating. Then almost before she had opened her eyes came a tel=gram from Mr. \Vest which ran thus:-' An sending some one from Jay's to you this morning. Don't he afraid of ordering what she recommende. I have tried to explain things at the shop. Am writing.-West.' This telegram gave Mabel foai for much thought. Should she try to .rrange every th'ng for herself, or shouldl she take the advice of someone else? The l).wager might bh useful, and would doubtless he kind but she felt that she would rather arrange things in her own way. After breakfast, at which neither of her cousins appeared, and where she was very silent, for there seemed somet.hing in th- air that made her feel like a culprit, though she did not know what it cou...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

FO )TBALL. ~--e--* Os 8 iturday last a team of schoolboys pro ceeded to Baogendore in Mr. A. O'Neill's 'bus anl played a team of that p'ace a match, resulting in an easy win for Quean beyan by It points to -3. Ted Laud cap tained the locals, and having won the toss from the Bangendore skipp.r, kicked against the wind which was blowing stiffly throughout the ma'ch. When the teams took their positions no the fl'Ild it could be seen at a glance that Bangendore were by far and away the heaviest team. However, nothing daunted by this handicap, the Qoeanbeyan bays buckltd in and baforu the game had advanced far, Ted Land scred a try and furtlher increased the score by po: ting a magnificent goal. Continuing to press, Qirauheyan soon had Bangendore again in trouble, Bob Nugent crossing the liane. The kick for goal failed. In the second half no sore resulted until near the finish of th3 match when HBeth scored a try for Bangendore. Mr. Alec. McPherson very satisfactorily discharged the duti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

SAL. I SALE OUR GREAT END OFSEASOR ShE NO ON. ? C PLiL &tE BOT. REOD---E, A.N .LL. Dr apery Cothinots, Shos S.. re` ? ioffe:ed a th ." ' a b o v e T R E M E N D O U S .Y D IE S "R T?Oý 'U H dOswS .. ... io 'Oa a Sh .,t ." " , . : . .. ... • d ". to -' ... . . ; *·. : ·... woioo, ; o;.=? o= o,=ý . °ioowr= .. i 7 CCE ; RC StEEIETS SseoN I f, , , ax l : o o . 77 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY, .?.· _? ?'s 'r rm ? ,m "n n??'"'r u' i?l r m null' n n PHOTO PENDANT in Crauwiord Street, Q oeabeyan, on Saurorday last,'` Re Ward this cflice. SALL . ? ueanb3be°annRIllo: 81lu ....·. Will take place in the PROTESTANT HALL :. ON THURSI?AY,.. 2athL.. At GUST. TI?CTE fb, 5s EAOH. " Best of Musio provided. I'on. Beorutary. Queaubeyan P.: nd 'A, AS sciociattion. . · A JrE IB RS are reminded dhat the An= J . unat.Snbuiuriptious (10/G) were duo on. the t'at 7L"Y"for the .curreut year, and arereoeivfd by the nuderaigned.. A.W.:MORIARTXP, Searetary. - .kfYLD.OR. SILVER-WATCOH FRE. ;..".,r(END NO MONEY. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUCTIONS. .-- A.. .. . . ..--. . .. . .. . . . .. . . -)U ENJOY TOUR 'EAL'S. Y. ur ind ders litt4t gr sli ahem you htave no Apsire f.r it when yH dreftI tl.J m-i ine. Jhnnmberlain's Stinnaci antd Liver Tahl.'te will sharpent ytCU appetite. and alrenqhtett the ldi. geetio ,rTgatt-. They are j',tt hat you wor'd to make i r'd;ah atwl eii.-y ytlur lneal% For male by Ithye' and IRuae 1. EVERY DAY / should guard against PEOPLE every-day practis. When asking for Wolfe's Schnapps don't take substitutes. There is one eonly and .only one genuine WOLFE'S SCiI NAPPS. Don't be put off by the " just as good " story. Unless the real brand is obtainable it would be wiet and safer not to take any at all. .. r ~n or~ol~ ' Itching Piles Cured. ZAM-BUK AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. Tie agony of pil a is as excruciating as the disease itself is weitkiug. Whatever form this ailment takes, and whether it arises from a debilitated condition of the slstem, or a disturbance of the ...

Publication Title: Age, The
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The Duntroon Will Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

The Duiiitrooll Will Case. FURTRER evidence was givenyesterday before the Chief Jutdge, in Equity (Mr. Justice A. H. Simpson) in the Equity suit arisiun out of the will of the late George Campbell, of Duntroon Station, inear Queanbeyan. The plaintiff is Edward Charles Close Campbell, testator's For; who asks the Court to sct aside a deed of settlement executed by plain tiff in 190)0,- Under which he vested his interest under' his father's will in trutstees for the benefitof himself, his wife. and family under certain cond tions. P aintiff alleged that, having iien drinking heavily, attacked with deliriuqp 'tretena and epileptic fits, he was in a weak state of mind at the time, and= that no executed the deed under the undue influence of his wife and John Sydney ticbardson, one of the trustees. - The other trustee is A. O. Bloomfield. Henry Hungerford, Mayor of QuoSnbevaii said he knew the plaintiff, and duriing 1900 and 1901 found him generally in a muddled condition through drink. l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

is a very serious matter in Cut Tobseeec. We often see good lest spoilt thregh being packed in ins that are not air tight. Out Tobacco should open up in perfect condition, ready for the pis, neither too dry nor too moist. 4ANKEE Tobacco bOODLE SL pecked In Patent Ar-Tight Tins, a • is posirdely guaranted to ope up ksM and sweet. It is oleo sem ia Plugs Dark and l fright-and to thse who pedfe a Mixture, we ca honestly say that better MibJture I. sold than " Y.D." Mixture. Ask 7ero Tbeecsm.alt. u~~_,,, -- ..----------* BOOMERA.NG BRANDY. THE LONDON TIMES.--'' A SOUND, hRONEST BRANDY." TEE LANCEr.-" OF A F^IAGR?NCE, PURITY AND QUALITY SECOND TO0 NONE. THE BRITISR MEDICAL JOURNAT,.-":A PURE PRODUCT, WELL WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF' THE PROFESSION. WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO. THE, VERY, BEST and HIGHEST GRADE TOBACCO, MANUFACTUREB IN AMER{CA, Obtanlable In Plugs, asnd Cut, in 2oz. and 4oz. tias MASCOTTE 'TOBACCO. IS NOW THE FAVOURITE SMOKE. 3Ianufactured from the Best Selected Leaf. A HIGH GRAD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s 61 ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue 0 ) at any time. o r- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. DONE BE FOOLISH.. ISN'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicycle that has na 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. thetis FULLY GUARANTEED and w will LAST you FOR YEoARS, no matter what sort of work y)on 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. THE ?GOOLD BICYCLE CO. "Z, "ý7_.=X ý"JORTEO1%, AGENT, QUEANBEYAN. LARGEST :TOOK OF SUNDRIES in town, at Lowest Prices 'BILLY' & 'GOLDENIA YOU know "BILLY" TEA of course. Everybody who is anybody, knows "BILLY," it has been the standard drink el Australians for half a century. " B...

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The Tragedy at Tindera Vale. THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 August 1904

The Tragedy at Ti.itdera Vale. THE INQU'EST. Or Saturday Mr. Co'onar Ga'e hell n n quest at the resida?nre of Mr. Wm. MoTer nan, jun , et Micelago, touching the death of William Albe1rt Leash and Lena L"ah, who as reported in our .last issue w-re found :e ad in tl.e I u-h at Tinidera Vale on the r-vening cf Thu;sday las'. The bodies were liscoveted by a young man named Jam - Goodwin, who immediatery" i:,formed Con? -t bie Bradsh:aw of Micalago. That cff,:-r mmwdiately proceeded to the spot. tHere ne found the. girl lying on her hands and knees. A lull charge of shot had ei.t red. the region of the heart. A few yards away thi body of William Leach was lying. He had evidently placed the gun, a breech h.ader, in his mouth, end had blown his head completely off. The awf.l tragedy was evi drntly ptemerditattd. It is lhear trom the vidence given hbelow , I.at L iahb d first -hot thae girl and had afterwards killed himse:f. The two young people, who are sousins, were very friendly and high...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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State Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 August 1904

State Parliamenl. TEtc first sc5siii of the 20th parliament (f New South TVales was opened oa Tuewday by ccmmis'ioners, in the abts nce of His Excellotey thet state Governor, who was to read a formal speech from the throne at noon on TueEddiy. There was a large atten dance of the ipublic, including many ladies. New mrnimlb.ri were welcomed by their colleagues, ann introductions were the prin cipal older of the day. Regrets were ex pie:sed at the absence of many old faces, I such as those of Mr. Brunker, M1r. Atfleck, and other erstwhile prominu-ent figures in the house. At a long meeting of the opposition on Tuesday morning consideration was given to the question of the 'pceakership. It was stated shortly before noon that it had been decidhed to support the candidaturo of Mr. McCou;rt, the Inate speaker, for r -election. At tc on both chambers were crowded by members. Mr. Carruthiers nd his followers crowded the opposition benches and the back cross benches, their numbers being in s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Garden and Field Calendar for August, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 August 1904

-Garden alnd Fieldl Cailel? ar for Augutst, 1904.-' (Bb A Lansdowne, Seednzn, Goulburn.) Tue season is now advancing, and growth will start in many crops and plants, and ,rge"areas of many seds ca n he sown.. Let all land be well and deeply worked and well manured. Many .of the patout manures well repay the outlay. It is no use trying to grow'crope 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 winds, frosts, snow, and rain, warmer at times, and some thunder weather likely, should westerly or tropical distaurbances be metl by. sea winds. Some Ifurther, heavy downpours, especially in central and coastal districts are likely. Prospects are still for a wet spring. . KITCHrEN GARDEN.-150W peaa,.broad beans, onions, carrots, beet, leeks, . radish, Ilett'uce, cabbage,. parsnips, cress, early potatoes, herbs, rhubarb, asparaguesseed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Military Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 August 1904

1ilitary Ball. Tie second annual ball in connection wiih the Queanhevan Civilian Rifle Club, came off in the Pru:estant Hall ldst night. Ow ing to the clashig of other events with the fixture, the committee deemed it advisable to postpone the ball from July to August, and this doubt!ess, to a great measure, in terfered with its success. Th- attendance, last night was only fair, atnout 30 couples being present. Howevecr, the comlnittee will come out on the right bide of the lodger, thnuks to a few earnest suOPorters, who labour. d enthusiastically to bring about the desired result- success. The music was supplied by Mr. and Mrs. Snow, .extras being played by Miss Kor per (Sydney). Those who were present had plenty of scope to indulge in the light fantastic, the com mittee having removed the stage. The lion's share of the work fell on the shoul ders of the secretary, Mr. E W. Lrentond, and this gentle-nat's efforts deserved to be rewardetd with bett rsuc?ress Other mem bers of the Rif...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meteorological. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 August 1904

Meteorological. READto?s at No. 2 observing station for fortniýinh endini Aunust 26th.--BRromeler. -28 8, 291, 28 9, 28 7, 28"7, 28 7, 28 6, 28 7, 28.9, 29"0, 28"7, 28 8, 28 7, 28"8. Ther mnomrter (Mex.)-59 7,. 587, 55.7, 54.5, 0"2. 54 0, 53.0, 56-0, 56.0, 56"0, 59 5, 57.4, 57"2; (Min)-225,,27-5, 31'5, 23"2, 22"0, :o, .6 o0, 2aO, 29 Q, 25.0, 30.5, 27 2, 24.0. Wiud-variab le, from N.'W tq E. eorce- 6 to 1. Qloqd--Q to Q. Rsin-,1 day 0 0"1 point.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MICHELAGO. TINDERA VALE TRAGEDY. FUNERAL OF THE VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 August 1904

MIOCHELAGO. TINDERA VALE TRAGEDY. FUNERAL OF THE V[CTI1S. Tna remaion of the late Lone L-ach; one of the viotims of the T'rindera Vale tragedy were buried in the local cemetery on natnrday afternoon last, and those of WV. A. Leach the other victim on Sunday inst. Both:f nn erals were largely attended and the scene at the gravesid* in each instance was most piti. ful and impressive. Quito a gloom still hangs over the district.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 August 1904

Orange Blossoms. Cotnsrr - GAY. - The accommodation in Christ Church, Quesnbeyan was taxed to itp ntmnst on the afternoon of Wednesday, the 17th instant, to. witness the solemniza tion of marriage between Mi.s.hanny Lucy, fourth daughter of Alderman and Mrs.` J. T. Collett, of Queanbeyan, and Mr. John James, eldest son of Mr. and Mfrs. James "Gay, of Cootamnnora (of the Qaeanbeyan AGE). As the hride entared the church, precisely at 3.30 p.m , on the, arm of her father (by whom she was subsequently given away) the wedding mrnaro; was cicely ren dered by Miss Ieone Blinkeell (organist). The churoh was artistically decorated by Mrs. White, the wife of the offliiating clergyman, assisted by o'her lady frien'da of the bride. The bride was attired in a soft white Indian silk, with a bodice of deep poicted venetian lace yoke, with a bertha of monseline de-soir, edged with ruohing and obemille bang, finished with a quaint belt, and diamond paste oval buckle ; the skirt consisted .of a panel...

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CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 August 1904

CANNBERRA THa weather for the past ,week .~is been. extremely cold, a heavy N. \V. wind blqw ing coontinuonaly. Prospects aie anything but bright, rinu being badly wanted, for all crops, which are very backward for this mouth. I notice your go.a.-head townsman, Mr. Horton, is very busy working at the Gan. bee'r c.emetery, doing. some monumental work which wheoa completed will be well worth inspection. .-: .. The new Duntroon school is almost com pleted and refolsle great credit on the con. tractor, Mr. 0. J. O'Rourke, of Queanboyan. Everthiug is very dull anud dead.. in this part and we feel it all the more pater the excitement: of the election. Therr. was a little life while.that lasted. .

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Liver Disorders Cured. BILE BEANS GAIN GREAT PRAISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 August 1904

Liver I isortiers Cured. BILE BEANS GAIN GREAT PRAISE. A Disordered Liver, if not attended to, very often brings in its train serious results. The stomacb, the digestivo organs, and the kidneys become lax in their duties. Iimplha and blotches appear, and the complexion generally assumes a nasty sallow tint. All the symptoms of Liver Disorder are too numerous to mention. but the most common are pains in the back, especially a ftr ean t in', difliculty in breathing, a general feeling of depression and discontent, and loss of ap petite. A disordered liver needs to be coi reeted in a natural and easy manner, and not by taking strong purgatives, mineral salls, or other injurious preparations. The finest natural vegetable remedy known to medical science in this century is Bile Beans for Biliousness They cure all disorders of the liver quite easily and naturally. They also cure permanently by righting first cannrs; and for this reason there is absolutely noth ing else' that is " just as go...

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