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[SCHEDULE] [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
[SouEnOLa J evern River and its tributaries. .aointyre River and itstributaries downwards from the town of Inverell. Gwydir River and "its tributaries downwards from the town of Bundarra. Namoi River and its tributaries downwards from the tuwn of Manilla, including the rivers Peel and Mooki. Oastlereagh River and its tributaries downwards from the town of Ouonabarabren. Macquario R ver andits tributaries. downwards from the town of Bathurst. Bogan River and its tributaries. Lachlan River and its tributaries downwards .-from its junction with Orookwell River. Murrumbidgen River and its tributaries doinr. wards frotn the town of Gisndagaa. Barwon River downwards from the town of Mungindi and Darling River with their tributaries as above defined. Murray River and its tributaries downwards from its junction with Tooma River. Edwards or Kyalite giver and its tributarieq. Ore. t Ana- Branvh oL9rling River.' Lake Victoria and Rufus River. ih-20.
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
The Storytcller A MISER'S HEIRESS. Cl1APTER XIV.-corrlNuED. His lordship asked specially for Miss Mat el, miee.' I told him her ladyship was in, but he said he had business with Miss Mabel.' lOh, I see I Thank you,' and Bee left the room in search of her sister. ' W'1.nt business could be have with Mabel, Daisy?' she asked. lie could hardly have proposed to her, ojbuld he? lHe has only seen her Ihiee limia' 'Oh II don't know, but I hopei he hasn't, for it is not likely our White chapel heir-aa would have refused an call, and if she has aecepted him, then, even: it "p' or old Jack did mean to senoitice himself, it's all no go ! We are a wretchsd family. I doin't see what is loft for us to do unless we go on the music hal!e. , The 8istere Trenton might look well upon a placard, but-' 'Oh, don't he so silly, Dairy 1' Ben said. 'What I do want to find out is--has Lord Rodwell proposed to Mabel or hba le not ?' ' Well, if you're so anxious to know, you'd better ask her !' ' I don't think...
MR. REID'S DEMOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
Mit. REID'S DE&!Oc'RAOY. INTUrVInWND on MndAiy Mr. Reid said--"I am going to pe severe on the linesof democratlo progress, which I shave fo'lowed all my lire. The people of . all.. classes whk hive trusted me to do that in the past may rely upon my faith fulness in the futnr.. I look upon ' lah iur' as the` ono great. footorwin our industrial life be cause. to my. mind the. term embraces all men who advance the progress of Australia, whether bythedixertion of energy booked by muscle, or exertion back.l by money. The very essence of demooracy, as -Lunderstand it, is.the fullest preservation of the. liberties of the individual, censietent .wih. the fullest use of powers of the State for the benefit of the people as a whole. I(believe the bulk of my political strength has onme from the working classes, and I hope It always will. To me the ' working' classes in. elude practintlly every clads, because all except idlers or .parasities are workers. 14y battle is not with any class ...
Political Pips. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
Poltical Pips. (By'" Soratisesr.") . Tua Carruthersites dii not like the re-election of M'Onurt as Speaker, though they manage-l not to reveal their wishes publicly. Tney were anxious to see Crick out of the road. There is no doubt about It Crick will be their Nemesis by and bye, and even one vote will be vital. Agood diol of sympathy is felt. for O'Sulli. van, whose voiod is beoinming seriously deter. iorated since the operation on his tongue. Whit with this imipediment and the hilf aooaptei slanders to which he has reoantly been subject. ed, Mr O'Sullivan', political halo seems to havd dissolved. Amongst the present Menmbers of the As. sembly, Holman is the m'st Tflent and sweet. eatspeaker ; Crick is the most esrcastio and suc. nessful ; Wade is the most frigidly forensic; Ashton makes the nm'st stiulied effort, while Carruthers is versatile and astute in his ole. quence. . Of the ex4Membera . Ferguson was the counterpart of Crick, and wherewithal as clever as he was politically ...
W. C. T. U. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
W.C.T.U. AT the annual inmeting of the above held last Thursday :reek, the report and.balance sheet were, read. A satisfactory bilance is at hand. It was decided, that both the report and balance sheet he retread at the anniversary of the Union .--the 1th Gotoher-to which iuvications will be isaaud. The elec'ion of oofioara resulted *as followe;-Presideqt, Mrs. St-wart; vice-p emi dents; Meadames White,I'useell,andMss Wood ger; secretary, lire, A. Oamern'; treasurer. Mrs. Seton .; superintdndant of Flower .Mission, Miss O'Neil l .correspondbn", Misa. :Jeffreys. The other..departments are to-be provided for at a siubeequent meeting.
BYWONG [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
BYWONG (From Our Ourrespondent) MrIrng.-Matters still continue to improve on this feld, notably fi the uanmber of prnspectore working hero at pr.ssent, and the enicouraging results met with by them. tVakefield is raising payable stone from a reef lIb the old Ribi as sartwright claim ; Keir B~others cla'ssn is 19k. ing well at a depth of about 80 feet where tlhe chute of atone became larger and richer than formerly. Seymour's Doughboy HilL claim is giving satisfactory returns, and Shepherd is still raising and treating good stone froni a reef not more than two feet wide, from which a cake of gold weighing 7us. 14twts., was sent to the Omnmercial Bank, Queanbdyan, last week. Messrs. W. and D. Kershaw are prospecting here and are, so I am Informed,., meeting with success. It is rum3ured thati Mri J. Gallagher has discovered a rich roof on sh9 surface, the exact locality of which has not yet been die. closed, nor is the rumour yet confirmed. Mr. T. Fraser is back herb again and is cyani...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
Hail's Furniture Catalogue Send For It. It's Free. The most c: np'ete and useful Furnishing Catalogue ever publithed. Indespensable to those requiring Furniture, etc. ......... . . WRITE NOW FOR IT. Contains Estimates for Furnishing throughout for £15 8s., £22 1s. Gd., £34, and £50 19s. Oil. SEVENTY PAGES - FIVE HIUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS Country Orders carefully pocket Free of Charge. A. HALL &. c Co., 563, 565, 567 (george Street, SYDNEY. Popularity_, does not come by chance, it is the result of pains-taking efforts, long experience, and careful manufacture=-thus. YANKEE DOODLE TOBACCO is popular since it fulfils all these conditions1 and has for its reward-the largest sale. You can get Yankee Doodle in the plug or in tins-Dark or Bright, or if you prefer it, a combination of both in ALL TINS AIR-TIGHT. Y.. D. MIXTURE. BOOMERANG' BRANDY. THE LONDON TIMES.-" A SOUND, HONEST BRANDY." TEE LANOET.-" OF A FRAGRANCE, PURITY AND QUALITY (SECOND TO NONE. THE BRITIShl MEDICAL JOURNAL.-...
THE STUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
THE STUD. Horsebreeders in this district should now have an opportunity of breeding some really first-class horses as, at a considerable expanse. Mr. P. F. Blewitt has succeeded in securing &nbsp; the well-known and highly-bred horse, Grand Peer, for stud duty in the Queanbeyan district this season. Grand Peer is just the stamp of horse to produce horses adapted for station use, and as there are large enquiries after this horse, early application should be made to the pro prietor. Pedigree and further particulars of this horse will appear in a future issue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
VAcxAntxDISCOVaEY FOR TU1 HATR-if yUarV hair is turning art v or white, er falling off. u e ** The Naxics;' Hiar Res rew.." for it gUor uitte i y st aure in e-crv case arry or Wh to asir to its oria'n'l czlnour. w thonut l-avint ths i disagreealle etneil of m"tat "Koutorers Tt rmnlrea the lgir r'ltrminely beautiful, as w "'.i "s pro mot int! the gro :th of hair on bald spots where th. glands a-n not decared. A4l roTor Chemist for 'r T MaTrenw )has Rsewnwa," iold by Chemists And Peria'nses everywhert'. Wholesale depot, 33. F: r:ngdnn 'Road, London, Etglaud. 1xtRatia rt5 T31r11 BLo'.-' We hare *eeo bests of letters from poople wh l's- e rreirvtn great hbeefit from the use of Clarke 'a Rio d Mixture. it nannot be to:, Wei'ly .'.tim te', for it cle'nree and clears the blo* d 'tor ns fl impnrities.' This is a goid test; 'onidI fromt the ram i!ny fl ortfr, w lich roe' o " f'rl.er t. say.:-' It in the fli. at filh!. Por fier tk"t science and skill have hr.t"ght t:, ittht, .w" ,an with the ...
CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
-CHAPTER XV. Mabel eat alone in her room thinking more deeply than she had ever done in all her young life How lonely she was! There was absolutely no one but Mr. West to whom ahe could think of turning for advice. About half an honr ego, a telegram had been put into her hand to ray that he would be wit her about five o'clock, but owing to huninese arrangements he could not stay the night. At first she had thought of going to the Dowager Lady Trenton with her troubles and pouring all her worries into her sym pathetic eats, but on consideration she re membered that however kind she might be to her, all her real interests must naturally centre in the tamily name and the family repute. It was true that she had no ta.y great love for. the prceent family, for it had been gall and wormwood to her that her own son died unmarried, and that all the pro perty and estates should have pasaed to the preoett baronet, her vophei. In a vague wi.y Niahel was be ginning to realise that extraordinary ...
Women's Political Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
Women's Political Association. Pc uaiwr an notice in the columns of the Aec Mr. L. Bosgard, of Cooma, delivered an address to about 33 btties in the Protestant Hall yester day afternoon, uider the auspices of the above Association. The speaker we. briefly introduced by Mrs. F. Campbell, Yarralumla, which lady occupied the chair. Mr. Bosgari expressed pleasure at the invitation extendel him and added that he-was merely there to expnud the views takea of the liquor traffic in his native country-Denmark-and if he be successful in providing food for those intelligent ladies present to redect upon he was satisfied ; he did not in tend to deal with ideas. In his opening rem ks Mr. Boagard explained the constitution of the Danes in which he said they may be favourably compared with a cross between the Irish and English. They were full of enterprise and brimming with humour. They were a happy and prr sperous people,and a people who entered upon every vocation of life, so that, oampari. tive...
FOOTBALL—CUP MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
FOOTBALL-OUP MATCH. Os Wednesday next the match, Gclden Eagles versus the Senior4, fnr the Cup, will be played. The Reninrs will he represented by:-Full-back, E. Bell ; three-quarters. 0. (ate%, 'Carboyd, W. 0 tutle, an i P. Naylor ; quarters, t Syd. GriflHths, A. Aldridge ; forwards, J. Earnshaw, T. Dudley, IT. Land, UT. Hinokaman, T Waters E. Sullivan, 0. Denley, and W. Beatty; Emer gencies, J. Hinokeman and L. Swan.
LOCAL TALENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
LOCAL TALENT. MR. F. P. WOODWAUD, the local secretary o: the trinity College of London, inforus u, that. he has received from London the taesnite of the examination papers forwarded tothan College from bore last June. Th~e pupils sitting were all students of 8~f. Bened~ot's Convent, and the results on a 'whole are very fair. . The following are the classifica tions -For' intermediate musical know ledge-Miss U. M. Griffith, honors; Miss H D. Griffith, pass. Junior mnsioal knowledge. -Misses M. Burn, L. Hawes, F. Lzaiaus, M. MrAuliffe, L. Meredith, and P. Rulfe, honrirs. Pieparatory examination-Master Gerald O'Hau'on, pies Her Majesty the Queen has started foe Copenhagen.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUC TIONS. 'rvrVr v v ' V' V' V V' V' V' VVVV' V' V' V' 'V 'V V 'V 'V V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'Vrv w 'y Vr 'V 'V 'V 'V W ' V W' FIURTRlER TESTIMONY FROM A GRATEFUL PELISON* CONSUSIPT'ION NIPPED IN. THE BUD BY VIT A DAT IT Brunatviok, 10 Evelino Street, Off Glenlyon Road. DaAR Sir,-Mfy son, who is now fourte.n years of age, nag, been very it) off and on dinde he was four year", and about thrve years ago he was so ill that the doctor told me be was d,.veloping cousumptiou. Ho had a terrible congh, which was distrdesing to listen to ; he had fallen away to almost a skeleton. .At tbis time Mr. Luxton, Syune Road,Coburg,advisod me to try VI'rADATIO which I did. After the first bottle I Paw a great. improvement. I continued the medi cine ; he gradually improved until he be came quite well. I consider VITADATIO a wonderful medicine, as it has made a diffrr entboy of my son,whom I never eoxeotedlto see healthy again. 1 owt recommend it to anyone, and ail...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
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Fire Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
Fire Inquest. We append below thn evidenc3, and the finding of the jury, at the Coroner-e inge-t held 0.) Wednesday to inquire into the c.uos and orioin of the fire whica destroyed Mr A. MoD mdin's stables at Royalia, on the 30th ultimn'. On behalf of the Railway Commissioners Mr. In spector Chudleigh we sent from Sydney to watch the proceedings ; and on the Commis sionera' behalf the evidence of the driver of the engine which passed on the night just be fore the fire was taken : Archibald McDonald stated :-On the night of the 30th August last I remember being called-from my bed by moy wife about quarter to 11 o'clock. I immediately ran outside and discovered a fire in the loft of my stable, which was on my premises cl see to the railway line. I found the gable on the western end in full, blaze, that is, from the gable end to the roof The fite seemed-to be on the loft floor, which at that end had a depth of six inches of loose hay, and the hay lan up to about ten feet deep at the en...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1904. Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 9 September 1904
WITH WHICH ARE INOOIRPORATRD Queanbeyan Timep, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat- Miner. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1904 Local and .General BAND of Hope to be held on Monday night MAss at Tuggranong on Sunday at 11 o'clock. 'Tiii price of meat bas risen a halfpenny per;Ib. 7 THEns -re 1700 entries received for thp &lt;" Yaso show. Tu1 cannonade of Port Aithur still con tinneb. Drmu a the week Archbishop Kelly paid a visit to J3raidwood: ANOTrThR plagrne-infdoted rat has bee idis covered in the City.: SnHEAixN} is already completed in several sheds in the north-west. ,BAbL has been granted Alexande'r Septinius Piper, who awaits his trial on the Bathurst mystery. HECTORTMOPSEE wasjfined10snd4/l 0o sts' - at Goulburn on Tneiday for keeping an un registered dog. TnE Goulborn to Cooma rait way line sbows a loss of £38,000 for the yyear ended 30th June last. - Tue Glebe election, where Mr. Rogie, the Chief Secretary, is being opposed, will cost the State £200. TiE bodies of two...
Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904
Wo' ol Report. WINcncOJtnt OAsARO & Co frLD., reportp: Considerable" quantities of the now. o ip, coming mostly from the early.shearing din. triets, itn the west and north ,west, were put before the buyers last week. A good deal of eagerness wei shown to secure lots which would give any reliable -indication .as to condition. These were mostly taken for testing purposes, and allowing for the differ oncet.in conditidn, and also for the preseuoe of seed and buttr, the prices realised were practioally eqisil to those :obtained at 'the opening of the season list year.. Barry wools sold at a slight concession on these rates. The clip shows better growth .and drier condition; but frequently-far, more seed and buirr; pirtioularly in the skirtings, than wait the case last season. The demand at present is `mainly for free wools, Our principal offering was 3. Simpson Kirkup's Caringle clip, from Brewarrina,, which showed dry condition, good- length, and a quantity of seed, partiottlarl...
Derby Day. OUR GUNDAROO HORSE SUCCESSFUL [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904
Derby rDay. OUR GUNDAROO tlORSE SUOCCSSFiUL Tue attendanoo at the A J.O. Races on Sat urday unmbered 18,000, there being pro. minent sportsmen present from the other States and Now Zaland. Their Excellencies the Governor-General, the State Governor, Sir Frederick Bedford (Governor of W'.A.) and Sir Reginald Talbot (Governor of Vic toria) and auitos reached the course after the first raoe, The Trial Stakes, a sweepstake of 5 sors., each, with 250sovs., added, was weon by Mr. Gerald Massey's The Palmist, 84t. 101lb.; Z mnda ran seeoridand Onto third. The Derby was annexed by Ma}R. G. asey's Sylvanite, with Koopan second, and Wartoo third. Contest won the Epsom landicap, G}ladsome the Spring Stakei, and Regi .the Kensington . Handicap. Our special corre spondent wired us yesterday afternoon (which message together with the foregoing were posted on our dobr) asfollows:-Metro. politan: Mr. *Ja;. Ohamberd' Alias. (7st.) first; Tartan second; Oato third.
JERUSALEM TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904
JERUSALIEM . TO-DAY. AMO?G the pTa sennger by the Ventnra from San Franoisco, on Saturday was the Re. John Ferguson, of St. Stephen's, Phillip street, where he preached on' Sunday, Spasking cf, present-day Jerusnalem, which he visited during his absence from Sydnoey, Mr. Ferguson ?sid there is more to rnauicianm and strifo.e oU CohRis~eifinn theta),fsit in anny othler city in.the wotld. While ih -1ome4 aMr. Ferguson had a privatE nistdience with the Pope, whor ha de~oribes as "a kindly lookint mtn, with a'very high reputation for piety." ;I is ijiier,'sting to.have corrohorat ion from Mr. Ferguson that OCnmherlniniiw is cn the wane, due to the fact tiat Mr. Chamberlain hbs no mtndate from the colon ies.