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OBITUARY MR. GEORGE HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

OBITUARY MR. GEORGE HUNT. By the death of AMr. George Hunt, Senr., who passed away at eight o'clock on Wed nesday morning, Queanbeyan loses its oldest resident. An adventurer, who arrived in Queanbeyan in the forties, the late Mr. Hunt has experienced many scenes and changes, seasons good and had, assisted in the building up of our town and district, and was a gentleman ever ready to lend a helping hand to the needy, for which he had gained the respect and high esteem of his fellow townsmen, and won that regard due to any peace-abiding citizen. When Mr. Hunt arrived in Queanbeyan there were very few buildings to be seen, and he as sisted in forming what might be termed the nucleus of the town. He was accompanied nt that time by his three brothers, all of whom predeceased him. Shortly after ar riving in Queanbeayn, in the good old days, long before the whistle of the locomotive was heard, and when the roads were fre quented with teams conveying the neces saries of life to Coomi and o...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

METEORO LOGICAL. READIaOs at No. 2 Observing Station for week eudino September 2nd:-Barometor 28'6, 28"6, 28"8, 28 4, 28"5, 28"8, 28"6. Thei. inometor ([ tx) -58 4, 57!0, 54 7, 57 2, 49"2, 41l5, 4-,0; (Min)--30'0, 40 0. 25-0, 297, 32'0, 30-0, 2068. Rin-4-days, 0O64 points. Wind-provailing direction, WV ; for?, 1 to 3. Cloud -5 to 10 (Mifx). 'Total rainfall for rmontb of. August, 0'88 points. -

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

FOOTBALL. Ox Wednesday twen ty players styling them selves the." Golden Eagles" essayed to wrest the Harkins' Cup f om the Seniors, but did not succeed in their attempt, being hopi lessly beaten by 11 points to nil. Tbhteams were : SENIORS. Full-back, Bell; three-quaeters, E Sullivan -aOrboyd, Woodger. Naylor ; halves, A Aid. ridge, W Cantle ; S Oiffiths, C Denley, T Dudley, J Earunhaw, J Hicksman, H ..Hi.ckeman, H Land, T Waters. OOLDEN EAGLES. Fall-back, Fred Jeffreys ; three-quarters, L. Dooshea, William Nugent, Syd. Hlincks Smn Bob Warren; halves, Ted Land and C. Smith; forwards, E Colloett, A Greenwood, H Smith, L OGriffith, J Waters, TL Webb, W Moors', Q Savage, S McIntosh, A. .Ward, E.. Molones, J Coghlan, W Tankey. ..Messrs. P. G. Naylor and E. Collett cap .tiined the.respective teams. During the 'first half C. Denley scored a try for the Sen. iors and during the second half T. Ddley scored two tries, one of which A. Aldridgo o.nverted into a g0al. On one occasion the Golden...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

OIA'PTER XIII. ' MABEL, bore you are! I have been looking' for yon ever3 where I' Jack wa ked into the morning-room, where Mabel was seated with a book in het hand, and for the first time in his life be felt thoroughly awkward and uncomfortable. 'Oh, did you want me ? I have been sit ting here a long time reading a book on France, for if I go to l inard, I ought to know something about the country and the people, oughtn't I ?' ' Yes-a very good idea,' he answered absently ' Look here, Mabel, I want to have a talk with you, if you don't mind putting down your nook,' and be took a seat by her side 'Oh, no I I shall love to have a talk. I was rather tirec' of reading. Have you anything particular to tell me ?' ' Yes, very particular I' Something in his tone made htr look quickly at him, only to See a worried expression on his facl. 'Is anything wrong? Do tell me, if you don't mind-yon know we are real frienas, are we not P' 'Yes, and that makes my teak more dif ficult,' he said gloomil...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

MORE RAIN. HEAVY rain has fallen during the past few days at a number of stations in. the south esstern dietriots of the State. Over the re maining portion of the State the falls were very light. only a few points being registered in the Riverina. Since last Saturday 6t points have fallen locally, which will result very beneficially to the crop sand vegetation though a heavy fall to ensuio a good spring is badly needed. The fall in the direction of Booroomba was very light; other parts of the district also report a very meagre fall. After all August did not pass away without a little snow, and though, a fall %as.not re corded in town it could be seen on Wednes day morning on the hills to the south-east. We have alson been informed that the hills along the Marrumbidgee to the south-west of the town have been snow-capped during the past three or four d ys. Augnat of this year was onA of the most driest months on record, only 88 points of rain being regis tered. The spring of this year...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

t Hall's Furniture Catalogue Send For It. It's Free. the most c: mp ete ard useful Furnishing Cata'cgne cver published. Indespensable to those requiring Furniture, etc. ... .. "... . .WRITE NOW F3R IT. Contains Estiumate.s for Fulrnishing throughout for £15 Ss., ?1t I Is. G!., 3, £31, and £50 19s. 6d. . SE'ENTY PJAGES - 1FilVE S11rI?RED ILLUSTRATIONS. Country Orders carefully pscketiFree of Charge. A . HALL & Co., j 5;3, 535, 567 George Street, SYDNEY. " .i - - - - .- I i I i I A PREFERENTIAL , - ;: MATT,.<:R. a: Fills the (Customs) Bill of /. ALL SMOKERS Who blhieve-in quality first Sandi foremost. "When this is the case SDonodle .l,'epl` GSor AIR-TIGHT TINS "t D" y D 91 mi ( E" D'ARK or BRIGHT. is preferredto all others. ABOOMERANG L BRANDS . "'THE LONDONTIIMES,-" A SOUND, HONEST BRANDY." THE LANOET.-" OF A-FItAGSANCE, ;PURITY-,AND QUALITY . ' SECOND TO NONE. THE BRITISEH-MEDIOALfJOURNAL.---" A-PURE .PRODUOT,;WELL WORTHY S: 4 .THE ATTENTION OF THE PROFESSION:., ...

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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1904 Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

WITH atCia And LNco01onArTaf l rO Queanbeyai Times; Bangenufore- Mirror & CaDtain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, SEPTLMBER 2, 1904. iLocal aind General Twq of our local horseowners will- exlibit at the Yass show on the 15th and 16th" instant. TnE Railway Commissin era are said to'be Slosing £80,000 ia year on the line from Werris Creek to Jennings. IT is said that SirTlohni? Se?;d?-as over £1500 per year as director's fees from var ious companics. SLYVESTER BUOANY, of Goulburn, has been .committed" to stand his trial at the Goulburn Circuit Court on 1ctober 10th, on a charge of criminally assaulting Bridget Lnther. UP Bombala and Bega way hbre drives are apparently all the rage. Bunny has evidently driven the hbares eastward ; where the hare was to be found before the ravages of bunny. were experienced there is now not one to be seen. TUE Braidwcod Municipal Council has carried a reso ution to constrnct a Town Hall atLan expense of £1,000. During the past -13 years they have been p-a...

Publication Title: Age, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

DEATH.   HUNT—At his residence, Macquoid street, Queanbeyan, on August 31st, 1904, GEORGE HENRY, dearly beloved husband of MARIA HUNT. Aged 79 years. IN MEMORIAM.     IN Loving Memory of our Dear Mother, ABIGAIL PERCY, who departed this life 23rd August, 1894.   "Tho' lost to sight, to memory dear. Inserted by her loving son and daughter   E. B. Percy, M. J. Penney, and grand children.

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The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

Tile Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. 'CHAPTER XII.-- rNTINUED . 'No, the place must go. We may be able to- scrape together a few hundreds a year, and we must mike that do,' he answered shortly. h A few hundreds I Why Bee and I spend that every year on our clothes I' Daisy said in dismay, w'hile Bee sat in silent despair, thinking how her engagement with Philip Worthington would have to be broken off. 'Father I Mother ! Can nothing be done P' Daisy asked despairingly. ' Nothing,' her mother answered. 'If old Bostock had lived, he would never have pressed for payment. There is some money that will come to us when the Dowager dies but she isa in perfect health, and will pro. bably live till she is ninety No, there's nothing to be done, and we shall have to go and live abroad as chooeply as possible.' 'Oh it is too hard !' and then both the girls. broke into a storm of sobbing. 'Be quiet I' Jack said impatiently. 'What's the use of making us all more miserable than we are 2' as he saw th...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

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Spring Cleaning. AN ARTICLE FOR WOMEN READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

Spriig Cleanting. AN AITO. I. FOR. WOMEN. READERS. The Spring cleaning :of9 the house" is im ."portant, but-the Spring cleaning ot.the syes "temies more. so How is it that when Spring approaches you find yourself feeling weary after'a .little exertion, incapable of rousing 'yourself lto continued.effort' with frequent headache, bi;eus'feelingi, eruption, pimples, and other traces of blood impurities, and now andd again,. perhaps a touch of In ndigestion ? '.It is because your body needs its Spring cleaning. -Just as the Spring sunshine creep ;ing into'your home, shows the need of Spring cleaning, so Spring temperature and condit iocs affect your body, which has become ...mro .or less run.down during the Winter. For the Spring clenning of the body, there is nothing tb'equadlBile TBeans. - They' remove all the symptoms, mentioned.above... Miss 0. ,Monaro, of. 10 _Lackey Street, t. .Peters. ,:Sydney,-esys:--"Twelve month ago-I he gan to suffer from intense depresaion; severe &l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

Indigestioll and Debillty. CURED BY VITADATI.O New Plymc'uth. Srn,-Being a sufferer from Indigestion' and Debility, I was recommended to try VITA DATIO. Since taking a few bottles I have thoroughly regained my strongtb, and have much pleasure in forwarding you.. this testi monial. O. BENNETP, Leech Street, New Plymouth. WHY HALT BETWEEN TWO OPiNIONS .When :he danger is in delay ? To-day is yours, to-morrow they sas); never: comes, . Try VITADATIO" to-day.. , : , For further particulars, S. A'. PALMER, Head Offcle,Olarendon St., N. South Melboitrne Correspondence-Invited. Writs for Testimonial ' The price of Medicine Isks.6d & S Od -per bottle ELLIOTT BROS., LTn., SYD,t . Sole Agents for N.S.W ... THROAT AFFROTIONS AND oA~ nas8As-lAAII. suffering fromn irritation of the throat 'and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised cLt'tha almost immediate relief afforded by 'the use of " Brown's Bronchial Truohas." These famous "lozenges "are now asld by_ most respectable chemists in th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. R. J. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

MR.S R.:J. UANDERS3ON. Tue many friends of Mr. R. J. Anderson, the' popular sumanger of the local.branch of the Bank of"Ne* South Wales, will be .leased to hiear o that gentleman's return to Queau b-yab. We join with the mansy friends in eaiquding our hearty congratulations to Mr. Ande r?a *? his reovery from one of the most dangerous attacks or 7y)id. er yet experienced in the State. Mr. Anderson dui ing his eight months' illness, underwent a moet severe test, and itis only ?e possessed of a constitution of iron who could withstand one half of the tryingSrdeal the.patient was subjected to. Mrs. 4nderasoq is slgq to be congrstulated for the strong nerve she must possess to have endured such a long and anxious period. Mr. Anderson first com plained of illness on the 2ld January, and was confined to his bed in Qteanbeyan, be ing attended by the lookl dootors and a Syd ney doctor, for four months t being then bonvaleacent he was ordered to Manly, where he stayed for about two mouth's, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Benedict's Convent Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

r St.lBeectCtitle CollVent Ball - i this issue the final series of annnuniec ments of the above ball begin; As has hitherto been announced in this paper this annual lunction of no small moment has been fixed for.the night.of Wednesday, the 14th instant, Lad t: e energetic. lady secre taries-Miss N. ullivan apd, Miss B. Weir to whom the riiaor portion of the nupreoe dented succesa .that this function was enter tained Aith lbastyear. wan attributed-are now in the midst .of their onerous duties, miaking every attempt to crown the ocoasion with even bettoer results thin that of the previotip year. Aq is tsual on the. evening following the grand ball a juvenile ball will be held.. The following ofilce.bearers hIave been sppoiuntd :-President, Mrs R Hayep; secretaries, Misses N. Sillivan and B. Weir'; .treasurers, the Rey. Father Hyland nod Miss Lee';"committee, Meedamt O'Hlanlon, Pike, Hawes, Tottil, Blnckall, Blewitt, ,incks. man, Lenape, an'd the Misses bee, Lesmond, aLoneragau and 8. ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 21 per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s Gd ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -I ¢3- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. 60D•ý N416 (04 DONT 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 " 'wilfLAST you FOR Y r+ARS, no mifie "" what sort of work yon give it. WRITE TO US OIL CALL ON OUR LOOAL AGENTS. YOU CAN "buy on LONG EASY TERMS. SMALL -DE POSIT, payments made to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACGINE IN PART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., :ydney. TIlE G(COLD BICYCLE CO. ,. "W9". "EEO XELERE."Ol5T AOENT, QUEANBEYAN. LARGEST STOOK OF SUNDRIES in town, at Lowest Prics " r I TWO TE.A..S . 'BILLY' 'GOLDENIA' YOU know "BILLY" TEA of course. Everybody who Is. anybody, knows "BILLY," it has been the standarddrink ...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 2 September 1904

Municipal Council. AT a meeting of the above held last night i there were present : Alderman Hinoksman (in the chair), Pike, Collett, Kn3x, and McPherson. Correspondence was read from (1) Mr. S. Brook, rt questing the Council to place a few loads of gravel in the front of his residence in Crawford-street.-Moved by Aid. Pike, and seconded by Aid. Knox, that the matter be referred to the Works Committee.-Carried. (2) From Mr. Wm. Hardy, advising the Council to take notice that he is about to remove a certain fence on his property in Morrissett and Balcombe streets, where he intends erecting a new one.-Moved by Aid. McPherson, and seconded by Aid. Collett, that the Council give the correct alignment, and that permission be granted to erect an approved fence.-Carried. The Mayor and Aid. Knox were appointed delegates to represent the local Cuuncil at the Municipal Conference to be hold in Sydney on the 20th instant. . The finance report ahow a credit to general account of £77 10s 2d, fro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 September 1904

FE)IE [AL CAPITAL SITE. TILE question of the site for the Federal capi tal, particularly in relation to the quantity of land to be acquired by the Common. wealth, is engaging the attention of the state Premier. Provision is made in the Act for 900 square miles being taken, though the wording of the measure is not mandatory in that respect. Mr. Carruthers says that before forming his Government he had a conversation with the minister for Home affairs, Mr. Dngald Thomson, on the subject. A special survey is being obtained for the Federal Government, in order to a certain the character of the country comprised in the 900 spuare wiiles. The Premier .laa called for all papers on the matter, so that. he'may be in a position to properlydeal with, the question.

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Shocking Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 September 1904

S -S..hocking Outrage. - A snooxtmo assault occurred at Newtown on Sunday mnorning,,tbe.victim being a young marrier wom,,n' pamned Kate Amelia Forfar, hpTresides wi(h her husband in Dixeon altree, Newtown, 'From a statement by Mrs. Foifar it'appeais thbit she left home with hey bihsband early on Saturday evening, with the 'intentiori of shopping. She re mained writhhiin until a littleafter ten, when in eonsequence-of a quarrel, she left him, and he proceeded, home. Some time after she followed, and when near Union-street a group of larrikins, who had been standing in t?e shadow of a street corner, followed hei, arid at an unfrequented part .of the street one of them ran up and struck' her' a heavy blow in the. face. She fell uncon ppidt',a. -'Whep phe regained her p?ens'a she realised that she had been draggid to a open paddock, Her "lothee were disarr:,nged, and one of thb: larrikins' was attempting a serious offence; she struggled:and eoreemed, and-as she: die so the-man who had ...

Publication Title: Age, The
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MULLIGAN'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 September 1904

MULLIGAN'S FLAT (From a correspo 'dent.) TaE social organised by th3 parents of the s:ildren at~ending the Mulligan's Fiat Pro visional Sichool, in aid of the new syllabus, came off on Friday night last, aid was a splendid success both financia!ly and socially. Although the night was cold and had every ?-oearsnce of rain, about 40 couples braved the elemeri- and had a thoroughly eujoyable time. The music WAs supplied by the Misses McDonald (Gundaroo), F. McAuliffe (Jair , S. Ryan and Mr. E. iyan (piano). and Messrs. T. A. L ke, G. Kin!eysiJe and E. Moore (violin) The dance was held in Mr. W. Ryan's " Horse Park," sew" grain shed, which has an exoellent pine -r, 10 x 16, kind:y placed at the disp3sal of the committee by that gentleman. The room was beautifully decorAte. for the occasion with wattle blossoms, greenery, and Japan ese lanters, which was the work of the Mises Butler, Dann, and Gillespie., assisted by Messrs. A. G.zsird anl J. Butler. At midnight an adjournment was made f...

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MICHELAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 September 1904

MIOCHELAG O. (From Our Correasondent) A soncru, to raise funds for purchasing the necessary matenral under the new syllabis of instruction, was held in the local Hall on Friday night Ias- in aid of the Michelago Public Scbool. A committe of parents had been formen to carry out all arrangements which were complete and the unanimous opinion of those present was that the social was one of moat succesasful and enjoyable functions ever held here. The attendance numbered about 38 couples, and representa tives were to be s-.en from places as far dis t.nt as Cooma. The music was supplied by Miss Hayes assisted by Mias Agnew (Bredbo) and extras where contributed by Mr. Vivian, representative of Nicholson 4 CoG. Judging from the fact that no eomp'aiuts were heard, it must be assumed that the music was very satisfactory. However, the dancers appeared to thoroughly appreciate it, which must be gratifying to the efforts of Miss Hayes. The thanks of the committee are due to Mr. Vivian for his ab'...

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