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A Story of Invisible Ink. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

A Story of Invisible Ink^ I started life as apprentice to a chemist, where I learned many chemical mysteries ; finally I became a law student ; and it wu my knowledge of chemistry— a science of wbioh I mm pamlonately fond— that save me a rtaiti»»UwjM. I was seated Inmjoffioe one afternoon, in ilulglng In certain . gloomy i noughts, when :he door BpenedVand ii.mlddle-eged.man In bumbla garb stme lb,*ndl iwogulsed llm atflrsiglaaoeas «n lndostrions smdhoaeat inaobuiBst named William Oempbell, ? for. merBelgbbonrefmylate fa(he?«. He war flurried »nd»«rvoas|iandlsaw at eoct that there was something wrong. - ' .' * - -Ooo4 aotalat, Hr Oaoplull/ nU I ' How did yon nipmn te flai tie e*»MfQ poor young lawyer like me P 'ByswHenVheeaia. -IanlstrakM and if I don't get out oflt, Iamro^pii All tbe savings ol my Hie will be gone uS-*s [ can find some lawyer smart enough to frf feat the rascality ot a certain man, and J ? at Intending to oall on tie first lawyer I -?;*«« see, sad it happened to be...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Templars. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

Good Templaxa. The usual weekly meeting of Hope of Queanbeyan Lodge, was held in the lodge rooms on Wednes day evening last. After the usual subordinate business had been gone through, a district degree meeting was held, the Deputy G.C.T. (Brother Nugent) presiding.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY MONA'S VENGEANCE. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

SHORT STORY UOIM'S VENGEANCE. .; 1. Then 'was probably bo prettier, happtei'i trad man ehuming ooantry girl in Italy than Mom Osmpottl. Oraoefol u a lawn, Viraoioui ?? - wood-nymph,, innocent aa a ohild, abe wu the Ufa of the ruatio duM, ths belle of the Tillage festivals, the pettel favourite of her neighbourhood by xeasoa of ' bsr piety and goodness, sod at the nine time the household angel of old Giovanni Oacv petti, her osole and tola nut kinsman, » wall-to-do vine-grower of lloote Paoli, with whom die had lived from her earliest reeol leoUonS. ; .- :. ? ? QI course, lours -were not laoktag. Mono. had du; of thorn ; end, as ahe was by nature, straightforward and, single-hearted, ?he bad at eighteen already made her ohoine from among the many who eagerly sought her heart and hand. Bat, unfortunately, her oholoe from among the many was very different from ths one daalraad for her br old Giovanni, Tho, with pardonable 'salt- consciousness, perhaps, in view ot his -having tenderly r...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. Sale of Mortgaged Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

LOCAL NEWS. Sal* of Xortfreal lands. A CASE of' some local interest was before the Equity Court last week. The plaintiff was (Cecily Maria Klliott (admiiiistrb: of the estate of Robert Henry Jackson, late of Bredbo, near Cooma, farmer, de ceased, intestate), of Cooraa, the wife of William James Elliott, agent; and the defendant, Charles Solomon, of Cooma, storekeeper. Plaintiff's case was that one Robert Henry Jackson transferred two conditional 'purchases, of 250 acres each, situated in the parish of Abercrombie, County of Beresford, to the Commercial Banking Com pany, of Sydney, by way of mort gage. In 1884. Jackson died intes tate, and letters of administration were granted to his widow, Bridget Jackson, with power to mortgage the lands to the extent of the amount of debts on the estate, £1 80. Next year the bank re-lransferrcd the lands to the widow.and in Janu ary, 1886, she mortgaged them to the defendant, Solomon, to secure an advance of j£i2o. In 18S7 the widow died, and let...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAVELLER WITH CHINESE PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

TRAVELLER WITH 0HIVE8E PIRATES. A gentleman who has travelled much is tho East deeoribea an adventure he met with some yean. ago in the Ohina seas.' He -writes : A f-v yeara ago while I waa on my ray up us ooaax irom uonsr-JLong to Shanghai, our vessel ran right through a fleet of pirate junks lying becalmed. I nod come up early on deck to find out why tbe engines were moving bo slowly, and found tbat we were groping «ur way throngh an impenetrable fog. U was one of those fore tbat would almost bear cutting with a knife, and that Beamed' to lie on tbe top of the water like sjme heavy pall. Suddenly, as I rtood there on deck looking over. the taffrail, -the ship emerged from tho mist, whioh we left behind na. looking; for all the world like eome lofty gray wall or cliff, and we found ourselves without the slightest warning In the midst of a fleet of Chinese junta, manned by the most villainous-looUngJot of Mon golians that I had ever eeen. Whether It was to take advantago of tbe lift...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY ONLY HER SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

'CIORT STORY ONLY HEK SISTEB. Dmbt amoftatsdan exolamatlon and flung away the tie that for fire mlnutea he bad been hopelessly trying to make into a bow. - Transit .n ? t^ V.,5i.rt,t ?inatlet a man belna hurry, and everything seta like ell porseased.' He brought forth another tie a« ret unoreased,and again essayed to adorn lia collar, tbjs Ume with eucooss. He was disUnotly anxious to be In time at the dinner at whioh he was' due; his interest end curiosity wen arbused-the latter a quality he had believed himself without— and he wanted to get hla bearings before he was told off to Urn-woman ho was to take in. More over, he had promised his wile not eo keep her on tenter-books watching the clock aa the bands west round, and the other guests arrived and tbe dinner waited for him. To-night he was curious about the woman who waa to balds Bister's guest -of honour, and trhnm he waa to be.ve on his right. Oddly enough he had not met her, though sho and her husband had been a month In town...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAIR. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

HAIB: I. There nif not n few fcminbet who would much like to prevent the growth of hair on their facet. 1 do- not mean the soft down, which ia rather an embellishment than a dlsfirnrewinV but real hardy, botrdf. wfaiakera, und moustaches. When knocking about OurnwaU a couple of ryeara back, there was an elderly lady at an hotel where I pot ?up, who won hirsuite honours which an; nan might have enviod, her heard eipecUlly being of quits goat -liko length and tbicknaaa. On a previous occasion at Oxford, I dams npon an extremely multy yonng lady, orna mented with as find moustaches aa . any f plunger' offioeMa.dii covet. It la a grave misfortune to a girl to be Unit laa.lt witb by .nature, and very .gutelol wool! the aftliotcd be for some] preventive ol Ute anieilrsWi growth. : * . ' . ? . o. Peihsia these KtSvAag ltdieimsy 6oa a grain ofiiomlort in thsdiaMrory of a gifted Bengali that, by means of a certain powder, bair can be removed 'without (ho use of a am. Having moistened a lltUo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Far and Near. UNSINKABLE VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 25 April 1905

Far and Near. TJHflmEABLE VESSELS. la the presence of a number of shipping ?iperta, a practical demonatration was given lately of a new invention for preventing vmgMt&m nink'iBff hftar beinff damased bv ool* lision, etranding, 4o., at the offices of the Iniubmtrcblt Co., Llmo.at., £.0. It Is not possible at this jnnnture to judge of thu nieriti of the apparalua aa applied to ocean going vessels, bat toia much oan be said, Ibis last experiment with au. iron model ot v cargo boat that 'it performed all that its inventor claimed for it. The model waa placod In a tank ol water, ana Having been loaded with bricks and bags of sand ay to tbe water line, a large ' breach in tbe Bid* of Ibe boat Was auooverea: ? The water ruihrd in at euuh a rate thif in--l«s than a minultithe boat jfoull Love been aulimaqred, but when ih- water bad tuiaiu a lerel.with the deck, a7namber'of bk«a'-were iu'flatei with cunrpreaaed gaa, and -tb:«_Toa«el aluwst immediately began to riae. Tb'i ?iiwit tUea ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. THARWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

j District News. ? THARWA. (By a Special Reporter. Theke was a large gathering at Tharwa the other day, when Mrs. J. Sbeedy (late public school teacher at Tharwa) was presented with an illuminated address by. the scholars,aud a sil ver teapot by Mrs. D. White ; while Mr. Sheedy was the reci pient of a silver-mounted pipe. Mr. D. White presided over the gathering;, and the follow ing address, which bore the signatures of the scholars, was, read by Master John White : Dear Teacher,— We, the pupils of the Tharwa School, ask you to be the re pient of this gift as a return from us for your generosity and affections to us, and for your strenuous exertions to advance our educations while teacher of ourschool. We hope your ability will find greater scope in your new school, and we wish you every success in nil your future under takiiigs. We have tile 'honor to be, dear teacher, your loving pupis. (Signed), etc. The address was uicelyillu minated — the work of Mr. Kingsell, who succeeds Mrs....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

Watch Repairing THE mechanism of a watch is an intricate and delicate tiling. Many good watches have been ruined by bungling repairs. I do expert repairing, and 1 am willing to stand on my record as such. I know how to handle a cheap watch and I know how to handle an ex pensive tiniepiecc~yet either (jets the same hones! care and attention in this workshop of mine. If you have Watch Repairs to be done, I want your work. I promise to do them right at a Reasonable Price. E. W. Lesmond, THE WATCHMAKER. If you wnntauy article of Jewellery, cut out the design from any of the so-called cheap Sydney advertise ments. I will supply you direct from the Wholesale House 4/ in tic / less forthe same article. . Rings, Brooches, Spectacles Made to Order.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

HERE WE ARE! gam g g With §^'r §^ Indent Parcel of IRONMONGERY, CUTLERY, TOOLS. Our 4^Jf ^| § Workmen's Outfits, etc., per s.s. SIERRA. ^*-^P. C. HILL & SON^*^ Having met with such approval and success in their previous indents of the Latest Goods, have now landed and opened up ANOTHER LARGE SHIPMENT of the above Goods! NOW ON VIEW! NOW ON VIEW! NOW ON VIEW! ® Cutlery ! Cutlery ! Cutlery ! The Famous Stiletto Brand. Largest Assortment ever lauded in Queanbeyan. Come and see our show of POCKET-KNIVES. The Shapes, Style, American Finish and Quality are worth going a long way to see. EVERY KNIFE GUARANTEED. Butchers' Knives and Steels, Scissors, Pruning Knives, Carvers, etc. GKtTDSTS I G-TJIsrS I GKTT2SFS I From the Best Makers. Try us for PEA RIFLES— something different from everybody else. (Winchesters, Hainil tons, Stevens Maynard ; Triggerless, and others.) We are the Agents for Peters' Semi Smokeless CARTRIDGES, short and long. These Cartridges are much stronger and supesi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

E Your Attention for a Moment p We beg1 to advise the tk Arrival of our NSW 1 STOCK of ? I \Ar inter | II ^Clo^inglj . We have the Best Qualities and I Latest Styles Our Chesterfields, Oilskin Coats, ana macintoshes Are just the thing for the Cold and Wet Weather. We have them good and bad^— that means cheap and dear- — and start to quote at 10/ and end up*at 50/; :?-. , HATS. Sixty Boxes, containing from 6 to 12 each. Every Size and , Shape; Make and Quality — from the Worst to the Best. i Suits to Order ! I 15,OOO Patterns to select from. Shirrs, ties, Sweaters, Boots, Sox, and Underwear TIT lEnSTDLJESS, V'.AJR/rETY. It's a Pleasure to see (You come in, for we can satisfy the taste of all ! We have the Right Stuff and Right Prices!1 Jfoodga Bros.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

Fifteen : Uibus&rid SlrakersSSi ^Moscow ' Wye , struck;* Only tlie jnumcipal ovens aitt wortUog, . aad'tha' iprieE of t-rcad is: kn alarming jeariUguate shock occt'rrea early -m Sunday morning in the counties' or Yorkshire j- DerBysliire, Npllinghain iliire, and XincolnsKire.,

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME APPLE RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

SOME APPLE RECIPES. The fresh crop of applos U on the market, and recipes for the um of this wholesome aud oheap fruit are very muohiu order. Thn ways of preparing them for the table are an the stars in number, and enou one of them i- good and nutritious, and few ot them ex pensive or troublesome. irrisMDT Begins ths dinner very pleasantly, and u simple and easy to make. To two cups ol stewed apples add two cups of cold water. Setover the fire until the apple is dissolve) and very toft. Mix two teaspoonfuls o oom atarch in a little cold water, and add to this two teaepoonfuls of sugar, a ta spoonful of ground cinnamon and a pinch of salt ; stir into sincotU paste and add to the apples stirring all the while. Let it boil for five minutes and strain it into a hot Wreen. Just before waving it uprinkU a handful ol hot buttered sippets into tho tureen. A nice dish for qreakfnst or luuoheon is made by coring and peeling several Urge tart apples. Cut slices right across the ap plos, eo tha...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

?TEE SOT. Don't want to lie no angel With wings and other trimmin' ; Rather have a holiday Fishin' oraswiiumin'. Rather be offvonder Singin' in tfic sun Don't want to be no ange! Till I can't help bein' one. — OlTLOOK.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

GENERAL NEWS, Advices jrom Kaniranh Bay state that Rozhjestveuski's squadron of 52 ships, includ ing transports, sailed at noon ou Saturday. Naval experts are convinced that Rozlijestveuski will arrive to junction with Nebogatoff's supplementary squadron before taking decisive action. A Saigon telegram states that the Baltic squadron was last sighted 15 miles from -the Aiinain coast, steering north. It is stated iu Hongkong that Rozhjestvenski and Nebo gatoff will, upon juuetiouing,. hiake a prolonged stay at Hainan, an island off the Chinese coast. The women and children are withdrawing from Harbin-. The next battle is expected to the east and south of Tsitsi har. The Japanese have restored the fortifications of Port Arthur, and have discovered .. large quantities of buried ammuni tion and shells. . The police at Vladikavkas interfered with - the annual gymastic meeting. Cavalry scattered the crowd, many, in cluding children, being wouu ded. Fearing outrages at Easter tide, thousan...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO HALVE AN APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

TO HALVE AN if PIX Take an apple and make a rWbjto aide just undo? the spin, drawing «» *'^ carefully through; tten plsce the point _ol the needle into the bole -™.m'rhic''..lt,f' uit come and take another stitch, continuing this until the oirde is completed,. CD ly make A point of bringing the thread in the las instance through the bole »»£eby *9 ''I, insertion of the needle. , °™* **e 'T of the thread, and pull gently, and the apple will come in half, although the skin wiQ be whole.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BACHELOR'S WANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

THE BA.CBBLOIVS WAST; Wanted— a wife who can handle a broom, To brush down Uie cobwebs and sweep out a room ; To make decent bread that a fellow can eat, Not the horrible compound that you even-where meet ; Who knows how to broil, to fry, and to roast. Make a cup of good tea, or a platter of toast; K woman who washes, cooks, irons, and stitches, And can sew up the rents in a fellow's old breeches ; And make her own garments, an item that grows Quite too exjicnsive, as a married man K common sense creature, and still with To teai-h and to guide— cxalli-d, refined, A sort ofaii niii^el. and liousi'niatil com bind.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

Thursday, 4t&. May. Thos. P. flllaxwel! WILl, sell by public auction 011 Uic above date,. AT HUNGERPORD'S YARDS, at two p.m., 150 aged Merino Ewes, THOS. P. MAXWELL, Auctioneer. Nothing Less Than Your Continuous Custom Pays Us. , One-time Orders do not Hearly comjier sate us for de time aud trouble we take in cutting,, ruling; and: mahing up our ' Garments. «'e rely oa our Patrons' recognition of ihe Consistent Excki. IKKCEiof our Tailoring 10 tar.i .Irst-tinie customers into enthusiastic supporters. H generous selection oT t\n fjiamsi Oraflfr material* to select from. CL P. FE'BCITAL,. MEUCIUKT TAILOR, Next Mcl'lierson's Hotel. 1TOTICE. !SCCUS ! Shirley* Manures ? V»*-»»V i Stravvljero- Plants ? Garden Toolc. . Seeds, 20 packets 5/, train paid. A. LANSDOW.NE 4. CO., Gouiburn. . TO BE Ol'EXKD MAY li.1905.] ^ QHcanbeyan ^ Golleqc j&#m of music, suQtrors stbeet Conducted by Ittrt. mmn B»H, jf.RH.m., Eon.. Pupil of Sir JulesBencdict and-Hcnri KusseJi ? Mrs. Warren Ball ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEKEEPER. MUSHROOM GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 April 1905

HOUSEKEEPER, MUSHBOOM GEOWIKG. C. L. HiU writes to The Garden the following Interesting account of his method of growing mushrooms. Some yean ago I became interested in mushrooms aud etarted growing thorn. I have experienced a good deal, and from a close observation kf tbo muxhroomi in ?ho fields have learned as much as from books, and practically I have learned more from one failure thau from bait a dozen chau» sucacssee. — I handled tho manure for the beds dif ferent from other people ; tliB body of the bed is simply a botbed, but the surface layer four inches deep consists of frosh horse and cow manure mixed with a little earth and sand, and it is iu this I place the spawn. I have had mushrooms In six weeks from the time I started the hotbed part, and tbo beds bave tasted five months in bearing. The bods are in tiers in large sheds, aud four feet nido by twenty-one feet long, aud my average whole season's picking from each bed last year was 100 pounds of mushrooms. To A large ext...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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