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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
FOOTBALL. TO-MORRow n match will, be played in the park between teams representing the Golden Eagles and the Seniors" for the Cup. The following players will represent the Golden Eagles :-Full-bnck, Fred Jeffreys ; three. quarters, L Danshea, \V Nugent, Syd. Flincksman; quarters, Ted Land and E Smith; forwards, E Collott, A. (reenwood, H Smith, L Griffth, J Waters, I" Webb, W Gabriel, G Savage, S hKcIntosh, Bb Warren, E O'Rourke, J Coghlan, VW Tankey E McIunes and S Swan. The following will represent the -Seniors. -Full-back, Bell; three.quarters, Yates, Carboyd, Jordan, Naylor; halves, A Ald ridge, W Cantle; S Griffitbs, O Denley, T Dudley, J Earn-haw, J Hiuoksman, H Hiacksman, H Land, T Waters. The New South Wales footballers defeated Queensland at Brisbane on Saturday by 8 points to nil.
A SHORT-SIGHTED POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
A SHORT-SIGaTED POLIOY. Tas Gund Igai " Independent" writes thus: -The attitude of the-Goverrment in failing to take steps to destroy rabbits on Crown lands is bad enough,-bnt when it refuses to lease vacant lands, that are .nothing but breeding grounds for the pest, to p-ople who offer to keep the rabbits down, passes all understanding. A station in this district offered to lease a piece of adjoining vsanot land so that it could prison an'area that 'ras serving only to keep neigbouriog lands fed with rabbits, but all the Departm3nt did was to refuse the offer and say the land was not for sale. - oLrT Communion will be held at Christ Church at 11 o'clock on Sunday next. Mu. O'SULLr~Ys says he intends taking a holiday in the bush or at the sea. Mn H. J. S. HrUGP.RFoRD left last night for Sydney for the purpose of giving further evidence in connection 7pit the I4antrooq pase. HEOTOR RHIxD, a well-known farmer at Comnbaning, has been committed for trial at Temora on a charge of setting...
The Cost of State Education [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
The Co 3t of State E 1ucation MR. HURLEY has given notice to move in the New South Wales Assembly, that the ex pediency be considered of abolishing pay-. ment of fees in State Schools. Througr these exactions last year £79,360 was paid into the Sydney Treasury on account' of primary schools and £3515 from high schools. The net cost of the New South Wales education system apart from those amounts in 1903 was £778,638. Victorians are not subjected to any taxation for send ing their children to the Ste e schools. EdJu cation in Victoria is blatantly-free besides being secular and compulsory. Mr Hurley and his supporters, may argue that, seeing the fees collected from the primary schools amount to less than one eighth of the total cast of education in the mother State, the Now South Vales department might as w. 1I be put in line with that of Victoria. There could be but two objections to it, the first he: ing that now is not a convenient time, by any means, to remit taxation, anl1 the s...
SURPRISE PARTY AT JERRABOMBERRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
SURPRISE PARTY AT? JERA BO MBERR .-. Os Saturday night the frienis of Mr. and Mrs. W. Maloney decided upon giving them a surprise ,asrry and made arrangemente ao. cording'y. However, the night turned out to be a wet one, but despite this fact some 15 couples turned up much to the surprise of the people of the place who were just thi king about retiring. The visitors were made very welcome and the taleh! and fur niture having been quickly removed, dancing was soonl in tfull swing. People were present from Queanheyau, Williams-lale, Tharwa, and NarrabundAh, and all speak in glowing terms of the hospitality extend-li to thenL The music was supplied by Messrs. Moore, Maloney, W~arwick and Barnes, the latter gentleman also officiating as M.C. Before 12 o'clock the compan. dispersed. Mr. E. W. Lasmond, in a happy little speech, then retorne& thauks on oehalf of the c)mpany for the hospitality they had received at the hands of Mr. and Mrs. Maloney.
Show Meeting. ANNUAL SHOW FIXED FOR FIRST WEEK IN APRIL, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
Show Meetiiig. ANNUAL SROW FIXED FOR FIRST WEEK IN APRIL, 1905. A srECIAL general meeting of the above was cnuvened and held at the School of Arts on Saturday afternoon last for the conside:ation of three motions of which due notice had been given at aprevious meeting. ?Mr. Richard IMoore was elected to preside over the meeting on the motion of Mr. E. G. Crace, seconded by Mr. N. T. Gibls. I'he minuntes of the previous meeting hav ing been cmnfirmed, Mr. Crece submitted his motion, viz., " That t-e next show be held in the epring 4f the year 1905." In sup port of his motion Mr. Crace spoke at some length. He contended that a spring show would b.- b tter in every respect. The sheep section would fill better than they had done in the auotumn. The horse section, too, would he better represented and people generally would patronise the show better and' they were more likely to receive a greater number of entries, and an increase in the number of special prizes. He hoped they would give ...
CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
SCIIAPTER XIT. 1MABEL lost no time in wrifing a letter to Mr. West, to ask his permission to carry out her new project of staying, for some months at Dinard with the family recommended to her by Lady Gosport's French governess. As she was fastening up the envelope, a knook came at the door, and the Dowager Lady Trenton enlered. Mabel atonce confided to her the suhstance of her letter to Mr. West, and was pleased with the way her ladyship at ones entered into the planD, giving it her warm approval. 'It is a very good idea, proviled the family i- the right sort of family. But you tell me that Mr. West is a gentleman, so he will be sure to make very strict inquiries. Going abroad, even to Dinard, will open your mind. I always go abroad myself if I feel I am getting a little rusty. I shouldn't be surprised if Ioame over to Dinard in the summer to see how you are getting on.' Jack had gone into the garden to smoke a cigarette, when his mother looked out of her boudoir window,. and begged...
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. OHAPTER X.--coNw'INoED. 'Now come along to lunncheon, or' my mother-in-law will pitch into us. "It's. ot what she says, but the na-asty way she says it!" I am sfully sorry "to have kept you waiting, but I hope Lord Rodwell has been 'amusing you I' Mabel made no reply, but his lordship said airily, ' I have, amused her immensely, and we have stuck up an undying friend., ship I' 'That- is not true,' -Mabel raid firmly ' Lord Rodwell was very rude, and I told him I did rot like him.' ,Well done ! That was one in the eye for. you, lRoddy, and I hope it lias done you good !' lnugh'd Lady Gosport as she led the way to thp dining room. Mab, I was given a seat by Lord Ne.whaven. She found him a gentle, courteous old man, and he thanked her gristofully far her courage in savine his little grandson from what 'might have been a serious acoident.L ' Have you made the little fellow's acquain tance., Miss Trenton ?' ' Not, not yet, but I should like to see him s...
LIBERAL AND REFORM MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
LIBERAL AND REFORM1 MEETING. A MEETING was convened last Saturday afternoon in the L;beral and Rleform com mittee rooms for the purpose of organising a branch of that Association in this town. A good number of electors were pr:sent; and the chair was occupied by Mr. R. Moore. On the morion of Mr. N. EI. Gibbs, seconded by Mr. J. W. Gibbs, it was resolved to form a branch of which shall be " The Qoean beyan Branch of the Lhberal and Reform Association." The object of the branch will be to advocite the principles and plat form of the Liberal and Reform Party and to secure the retnun of candidates pledged to that party; and to work in concert with the Central Association, . sydney. The membership fee was fixed at 2s per male elector, and Is per female elector per quarter. The following gentlemen were appointed as an executive:-President-Mr. A. H. Gar raj; vice-presidents-Messrs. J. . . Mcin tosh, J.P., and N. H. Gibbs; Treasurer Mr. R. Fallick; secretary -Mr. E. F. Lock wood; committee...
BURRA BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
BURRA BALL. Tna ball in aid of the Burra Tennis Club (writes a correspondent) was beld in Mr. J. Moore's woolshed on Tuesday night last, and proved to be a great success both from a social and financial point of view. The night was an ideal one for dancing which was commenced at an early hour and con tinued with great vigour until the ema' wee hours of morning when the company dis p-reed, one and all voting the affair to be one of the best ever held in that 1o0lit). During the eyveping sgngs were coutrtibted by Mrs. IR. Moore, the Misses Feagan,tLeo nard and MoNamara, and !-essrs. Swan, Warwick, Jennings and Bliukaell, Some capital step.dancing was also shown by Messrs. R Moore and E. Blinksell. The masc was supplied by the Misses, 0. Moore, E. Feagan, E. McNamara (piano), and Mr. A. Moore (violin). Tne duties of MOC. were entrusted to Mr. E Bliukeell who carried them out in his usual satisfactory manner. The catering, which reflected greatly to the credit of the kind-hearted ladies...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s Gd ,, ) Subscriptions may coTnmenco or discontinue _ at any time. 0 THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. $ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@ DONT BE FOOLISH. ISi('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 BIOYOLE FOR 1904. A REAL UP-TO-DATE BICYCLE. . ' thetis FULLY GUARANTEED auri w ri :will LAST you FOR YEARS, no matter " - 'what sort of work you give it. WRITE TO US OR CALL ON OUR • LOCAL A GENTS. YOU CAN buy on LONG EASY TERMS. SMALL DE POSIT, payments mlade to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN PART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., sydney. TIHE COOLID BICYCLE CO. Vii.. "W?7. EMO=,T OlfT, AGENT, QUEANBEYAN. LaRGEST STOOK OF SUNDRIES in town, at Lowest Prifes ITWO TAE1&.ESr 'BILLY'a 'GOLDENIA' YOU know "BILLY" TEIA of course. Everybody who is anybody, knows "BILLY," it has been' the standard...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1904. Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
STaE F WHICH AL R INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Capvtain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1904 Local and General Moas plague rats have been discovered in the City. Tax Japs expect to capture Port Arthur at any moment. THE State Parliament has adjourned till September 20th. Tax Labor Leader's amendment on the Address-in-Reply was negatived by 53 votes to 26. " RAm is hadly needed in thisdistrict. Spring is almost on top of ne, and the soil has not yet had a good soaking. Ma. Gcs. MILLeR'S name, when called to be sworn-in in t-e Assembly last week, was heralded with delight by the Ministerialists. THE prico of wheat has declined on all the American markets. Notwithstanding this flour has risen on the Sydney market. Mxsses A. HALL & Co. retail furniture wareher.semen advertise in this issue. Ma. A. M. MrILL.D is expected in the 3raidwood portion of this electorate to re turn thanks to the electors this week-. Tax usual monthly meeting of the V.C.T....
BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
BUNGENDORE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION--The following gentle men have been elected as committeemen of the Bungendore Progress Association for the ensuing year :-Messrs. Welch, Hanford, Pollack, W. H. Crowe, McJannett, McAlister senr., McAlister junr., Ward, A. Daniel, J. J. Donnelly, Hunter, and Jas. Edmunds. The officers appointed are--Mr. J. S. Welch, president; Mr. H. Crowe, vice-president ; Mr. J. J. McJannett, secretary ; Mr. Han ford, treasurer. Little Jack Byrne, son of Mr. and. Mrs. P. J. Byrne, has boon ver3 ill with rheuma tism. His condition at present is causing much anxiety. Mrs. Thos. Hopkins, an old and respected resident, died here on last Monday evening, aged 69 years. She had been ill for a few days from influenza, when other complica tions arose owing to an old complaint. Dr. Richardson from Queanbeyan was sent for and did what he could for the poor old lady, but she never rallied, Mr. Hopkins has been and still is suffering from influenza, consequently the shock of his ...
Church Notices. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
..-hurch Notices. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. CKURCa oF EsorLAND.-Queanbeya 11 as.m. and 7 p.m..; Burra 3 p4n.-Rev. W. Af. White, Minister. Canberra 11 r.m. ; Gun.laron- 3,30-p.m, Rev. P. G Smish, M,A.. Minister. MrZTeODIST Quesnbya-r 11 ?.m.--Mr. Jno. Gatle; 7 30 p.m.-R ,v. W. Stewart; Wattle Park I a.m.-Mr J. El. W. Walker; Wattle Park 7 p.m.-Mr. Samuel Southwell; Woodfield 3 p.m.--Leesar E. Davis, G. Shumack, N. Southwell, and Ii. Steir; Canterbury 11 a.m.--R3v. W. Stewart; Gifford's 3 p.m.-Rev. W. Stewart ; Majars 3 p.m.--Mr. C. W. Son hwall.-Rev. W. Stewart, Minister. PRESB CERIAN. - QUBe'ibeyas 11 aw, Bungendore 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m.-Rev.; J. Fuseel, Minister. RoMAA OrcuoLIto-Qneanbeyan Mass 8:30 and 11 a.m.-Rev Father Hyland, Priest;
The Duntroon Will Case. EVIDENCE FOR THE DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
The Duntroon Will Case. EVIDENCE FOR THE DEFENCE. BmoaRE the Chief Judge in Equity (hr. Justice A. H. Simpson) yesterday, fnrt',er evidence was given in the suit by Edward Charles Close Campbell, of Duntrooi, to set aside settlement made by him, whereby he agreed to transfer his interest under his late father's will to trustees. Margaret El:zabeth Kirwen sail she had met the plaintiff at Mrs. ]loomfield's house. In 1900, she was at Duntroon for some months, and while there plaintiff was all right. He used to read the family prayers, and he appeared reverent in his manner. She Lad been to church when the Camphells attended, and she did not observe anything extraordinary in the plaintiff's demeanor during the service. She was present at the execution of the disputed settlement, and witnessed plaintiff's signature to the deed. He was quite sober at the time, and she remembered him remarking that he had dor.e a good day's work, and that he thought he was due for a nip. (Laughter.) The s...
A Missing Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 August 1904
A Missing Girl. The local police received information this morning of the mysterious disappearance of Miss Cranny, a sister of Mrs. S. Shanna- han, of "The Briars," Molonglo. The lost girl was residing with her sister until the time of her disappearance, at. 4 p.m. on Sunday last. Consfable McDonnell left Queanbeyan to-day at noon to join a search party already organised in the neighbour hood where the girl disappeared. No further particulars are yet to hand. &nbsp;
Church Notices. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904
Ehurch Notices. SUNDAvY, SEPTEMBER 4. Cnunca or EsNLAND..-Queanbeyan 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Burra 3 p.m.-Rev. W. M. White, Minister. Canberra 11 a.m.; Gundaroo 3.30 p.m. Rev. P. G Smith, M.A.. Minister. METHODIST. - Queanb°yan 11 a.m.-Mr. Jno. Gale; 7.30 p.in.-Rev. W. Stewart; Wattle Park I1 a.m.-Mr J. H. W. W~Vlker; Wattle Park 7 p.m.-Mr. Samuel Sonthwell; Woodfield . 3 p.tn.-Messrs E. Davis, G. Shumack, N. Southwell, and H. Stear; Canterbury 11 a.m.-Rev. W. Stewart; Gifford's 3 v..m.-Rev. W. Stewart ; Majura j p.m.-Mr. C. W. Southwell.-Rev. W. Stewart, Minister. P1REsIYrERIAN. - Queanboeyan 11 a.m. Bangendore 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m.-Rev. J. Fussel, Minister. RO.AN CaTnxOLc-Qneanbeyan Mfass 8 30 and 11 a.m.-Rev Fatller Hyland, Priest.
The Duntroon Will Case. A SETTLEMENT ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904
The iDnntroon Will Case. A SETTLEMENT ARRANGED. TAe hearing of the suit instituted in the Equity Court by Edlward Charles Close Campbell, of Duntroon, was resumed again on Tuesday before Mr. Justiea A. H. Sim pson. John Sydney Richardson, solicitor, of Sydney, and one of the trustees, who gave evidence the previous day respecting the deed of settlement, was further examined by Mr. Knox. He said that in July, 1902, he took down the plaintiff's settlement. The plaintiff was present. and heard all thatwas said. He was perfectly sober, and took part in the conversation. On the 2nd June, 1902 plaintiff and Mr. Bloomfield 'were at his otfice, where a lengthy di cussion took place as to the estate of the late George Campbell. The plaintiff said he thon= ht the trustees should take steps to determine the positions of the beneficiaries under the will of the late George Campbell. Witness asked plaintiff if he wished the. trustees to make the in quiries, and he re lied " Yes." They were talkin...
THE FEDERAL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904
TUE FIEDERAL ISITE. (FaoM Tns Sournsaa STAR, BzoA.) TaD must p'eauian result of all these elections is the return of Mr. Austin Ohapman for Dal gety ( r is it the return of Dalgety for Ausa'in 7) Certainly, this is a Commonwealth aeffir, but it seems so nice to think that Cockatoo Creek is within a stone's throw of the future " hub of the universe." Did you read Chapman's speech, Pat 1 Did you see the picture he drew of Cockatoo Creek supplying the Federal Qapitsl with better and eggs and lard ? That was his trgmp card, That was " white to play and mate in one move." It knocked Lyne ailly. The Tumrnt-tool sneere4 at &Moaro, ridipuled Twofold Bay, aad stamped his ugly fest on Beautiful lega. But" when " Austin" game t C'ockatoo Q'eeks Lyne was- dumb, awed, bated, afraid, hguetlisted, and lost. TO &USTitf ORAPMa A, M 1i.R. We kne" a.u -otld, we knew you would, We knew '--t the sit '; There's no such thin, as if A 9When once you get to fight; The WILL, was there, and th...