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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 2 May 1905

BOROUGH COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting: '.of the Borough Council was held on Thursday evening: last* Aid. Blackall presiding. .There were also present :. Aid; Hrncksman Pike,- Knox, and :McBbersqn. Tbe following correspondence wasj'received, and on the mr-: tipn.cf.Aldi Pike, sacffl&ded -hyi Aid. Knox, dealt Jgfi^i sepa5t; ately : , .' ,\^-r' ^:.^' '?' Frpm( Queanbeyf^^.Cycljs.ts. Cluf, requesting pernmsipn to prepare ithe track ifi^fpe Recre ation Reserve. .''.,,*,.,'!!?!'''.. It was decided, ori..:the. mo tion of Aid. Hincksinan, sec onded by Aid. McPherson, to allow the necessary, work* to be carried out under the . supervi sion of the Council officer. From Thomas BufjtJe,iiQtify ing that he-was unable, to con tinue his duties of p'ounSkeeper,' unless his salary be increased to.j^S'pttannuiatt i-.^r.'-i -. -Aid. ;, Pikeycdnsidete^ that the largg- landholders'' -around Queanbeyan derived -- great benefit from the pound, and if it coulfl not be maintained they would be at th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL AND THE TAILORESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 2 May 1905

THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL AND THE TAILORESSES. The Argyle Liberal (Crook well) has this to say re Mr. Wade's refusal to prosecute the law-breakers of the clothing tr;fde: ' '' '? !'TheQyeanSeya.n Leader has an excellent article dealing with the attitude of Attorney General Wade towards the Tailoresses' Union of New South Wales. The tailoresses asked Chaw Chang Wade to prosecute the employers in Sydney wlio treated ~the award of the Arbitration'1. Court with impunity, and pointed out that he had set a precedent by prose cuting the Newcastle miners ; although in the'';1n?ner's- case he had practically1 inbthita'g to go oh, as the VEheelers were not' an 'organised'-'traae ' uniofty or registered as an Industrial' union under the. provisions of the Arbitration Act, whereas lhe'tailoresses had a. real and genuine grievance, as. it , came but in evidence at the : inquiry instituted at' the dictation of hatter David Storey that sev eral of the clothing factories disregarded the award. Wade, nee...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 2 May 1905

L ll^ Lesmond, THE WATCHMAKER. If you want any 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 Bouse 4/ in the . . £ less for the same article. Rings, Brooehes, Spectacles Made 10 Order.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 2 May 1905

HERE WE ARE! With WTI^ Indent Parcel of IRONMONGERY, CUTLERY, TOOLS Uur ^^ ^| I Workmen's Outfits, etc., per s.s. SIERRA. -*^P. C. HILL & sn^ _«_ Having met with such approval and success in their previous indents of the Latest Goods nave now landed and opened up . . . ANOTHER LARGE SHIPMENT of the above Goods ! NOW ON VIEW 1 NOW ON VIEW ! NOW ON VIEW ! .-??-? ® ' . ' Cutlery ! Cutlery ! Cutlery ! The Famous. Stiletto Brand. ? Largest Assortment ever landed in Queanbevan Come and ?ee our show of POCKET-KNIVES The Shapes, Style, American Finished Qua% are ' ^^i^-S^^n^^^ GUARANTEED. Butts' Knives a-TTnsrs i o-tj^ts i carnsrs i . From the Best Makers. Kft£J?3SSSS5SS? ^^^saremufhstrongerandsupesior 50,000 J'TJST XjA-IfcTIDIEID ! ® ? . =? TerS' ^°W-eS- oDvilo Dri' Machines. Screw Jacks. Wire Strainers. Buggy Jacks SerGrPud StoneT ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ****?****»- Vises. Wd*£ Tools of ALL Trades, Best Makes. P. C- HILL & SON, Qneanbeyan. The sorry dyspeptic, lubmerved in tils rlooni W...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARMER KHEDIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 2 May 1905

THE FABMKE KHEDIVE. Abas Pasha, the young Khedive of Egypt, always has his mother with him, -and ehe out ranks all his advisers. She is safd to be one of the most beautiful women/in Egypt, in addition to being the brainiest. Woe Khedive lives tho life of au JSngliah or American well to-do farmor. Oonneeted -with the Konbbeh residence »he Khedive hasa farm oV 800 acres. Upon this he is constantly experimenting in agricultural methods as they obtain, in Eiuj und and Amerios. Our affections are out life. We Uive by them ; they supply our Warmth.— Claiming-. Every day is « little life, and oar whole life is Imi a day repeated.- Bishop Hall,\ ,The best portion ot a sun's life bUsIuae, nanuileas, irm-rmnmbered arts ot Vindnesi. \ - Be that faowa -be world: will not beV* -aahfnl ; he who knows huaaelt vainot W

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Short Story. THE HAMMET[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 2 May 1905

Start St«f, MB HAMirerre, Iterinr Piyra, after Imi iu«; the mow «l Ct&aver Bridge, descends rapidly through * (forgo I he aides of which are of rack, inter sported with dwarf oak. In nprinr tto t%rolies& of gold green is mixed with tie mast delicate ot silver greys Into the taMr harmonious whole. Out perhaps among the rainbow changes of colour, the fiiro«t phaM i» la August, when the moorland above th« tree* is. In full bloom of heath and hoithtt; than lltau chough raspberry cream had bean spilt orer the top? and to streuninj down uW sides., ranning through every deft, cap ping --!?«[}? rock, spreading orer every slops, suffusing every sweep of down, the whale oxorarched by the silvery blue sky. Earn and there a gone-bush ahoots forth u e burst of flame through tht mantle of ptok that ii pure, sweet as a maiden'* blnah. This aame wave of rosy lilac flows down upon and runs in among the oak oopploo, an! drives forward and downward tht rank bracken, that ia throat to t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

Orchard.— Commence draining, manur ing, trenching, etc. I'repare land for planting young tree? , clean up and burn all codlin moth bandages, litter, etc., and start pruning. Field.— Sow wheat, oats, rye, tares or vetches,Cape and skinless barley, lucerne, cocksfoot, prarie, Poverty Bay, and peren nial rye grass, peas, onions, rape, etc. Flower Garden.— Clean up and dig and manure all bed& and borders ; plant out seedlings ; saw all hard; kinds of seeds for early planting out. Plant tulips, hya cinths, daffodils, and all kinds of bulbs. Get ready for planting out roses, shruos, trees, etc. Burn and bury all rubbish likely to harbor pests. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never foils. 1/6 The Cretan authorities x de cline to remove the Greek flag from the public buildings in Canea, as requested by the foreign Consuls.. The Chicago employers have armed 1000 non-union team sters with rifles,, as a result of the strike of 10,000 team sters. ? Despite a good dea...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN Calendar for May. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

I FARM AND GAR5EN i Br t. LANSDOWNE, Seedtmin, Gotllbum. Calendar for Kav. The soil is now in grand order for crop ping, and no time should be lost in get ting in large areas of all suitable seeds. Don't be afraid to well and deerjlv vork the soil, both in garden and field. Tho rough cultivation always repays, arid feed the crops well with manures and fertil isers. All spare ground should be turned up roughly to mellow and swecte'n by at mosphere and frost. Sow in drills and give plenty of room. Where permanent crops, such as lucerne or rye grass, are sown, the greatest care should be taken to get pure, superior strains of seed. Cheap seed is only a waste of time, labor, and money. Fertilizer driUed in with the seed is a cheap method. Conditions favor further mild weather, a good deal of thundery periods, and some good rains. Frosts are probable about or soon after tbe middle of the month, with, likely, a return of milder weather and sea winds. Rough westerly winds at times. Kitclie...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Salmagundi [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

{Salmagundi By ' Ctrtlcuri/ * J The trout season has just closed, and the ivily splasher may be expected £0 bite freely from this out durinir the winter months ; but — you mustn't touch em. As far as local anglers are concerned, the trout has little or no need of protec tion, for hefis well qualified to look after himself, and he generally does. The brief sea son of the year when he seems to forego his usual caution, and condescend to sample an allur ing bait (in local -waters), is during May and June. The Fisheries Act provides that all persons, other than honorary inspectors, etc., are liable if found fishing for trout within the close season. If ' Cuti cura ' was an inspector under the Act, he would get his lines ready and give them a try next month ; not for the sake of the fish, but for public information. It is nice to know how they bite, what bait they prefer — and, yes, how they taste, during the close season. Heads I win ; tails you lose ! is a pretty safe bet on the fall o...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

9 &ooal Brevities. A vjsrv creditable programme has been arranged by the Yass P. and A. Association sports committee for May 24. Thetenderof Mr. P. Kelly GC38/W) has been accepted for repairs to the Old Burra-Michelago, road, between Mr. W. McTiernan's and Keewong gate. 'The most noteworthy point in the play of the Southern District Junior Cricketers at Sydney was the bowl ine of C. PiKgott, of Michelaeo. says the Braidwood Dispatch. S. Hincksman (Queanbeyan), P._ and A. Byrne (Krawarree), J. Tra vers (CoDjtna), and S. Murty (Gin inderra) played good cricket at Syd ney.. Mr. Wtest intimates that he has not disposed of his butchering busi ness.- ' . - ' ' '. A flower show was opened fp,tBe £j»t^JantHaU on Wednesday. - ,L:j£lrs., C, Burn is dangerously -ill, anil her jnany friends;7willv regret to learn tUai'hbriife : faTdesnaired'of. '_Mrs. A.iSiebert, -of, Maqupid-st,. aqd Tieg^igiiteryMiss -Doris Sje jert, «ri.lx-th ^npusly ill.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

VotfttMK. A collection of some splendid specimens of Brownell's Beauties and Early Rose potatoes, brought to this office vesterdav bv Mr. F. Monk. furnish good evidence of the capa bilities of this district in the way of vegetable raising. Two of the Brownell's tubers weighed 51b., and all the others are of gigantic dimen sions. They were grown by Mr. Monk at Barrack Flat, being set early in January. Mr. Monk con siders tbat late sowing will in* this district ensure best results with the Brownell's Beauties variety

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Young Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

Yonnf Turf Club Bao«i. Entries for the events in connec tion with the above, recently adver tised in The Leader, are as fol lows : — Newmarket Handicap, six fur longs. — Melossi 9.5, Tapster 9.0, Saraswati8.i2, Kimbo8.9, Loombah 8.7,'GraftondelleS.6, Ibis 8.6, Athol 8.6, Ruby 8.6, Miss Simmer 8.3, Ward 8.2, Oatley 8.0, Tartar 8.0, Pilgrim 7.5, Lauuful 7.4, Masher 6.12, Ograb 6.12, Ambertree 6.9. Young Turf Club Handicap, one mile and a furlong. — Incision, 9.10, Barney 8.io, Tapster 8.9, The Gem 8.9, Graftondelle 8.5, Dunure 8.5, Early Rose 8.0, Tartar 8.o, Miss Simmer 7. 13, Oatley 7.13, Belabula 6.ro, Marseilles 6.9, Trichord 6.7. Hurdle Race, distance twice round. — Crisis 11.J, Bea 9.12,. Sn perbus 9. 12, Ballabla 9.12, Bayden 9.7, Dan Fitz 9.0, Dainty 9.0, Kia Ora 9.0, Bay Bee 9.0. Town Plate, one mile. — Incision 9.12, Melossi 9.4, Barney 8. 11,. Tapster 8.10, The Gem 8;io-, Graf tondelle 8.7, Dunure 8.7, Atho? 8.7, Ibis 8.7, Early Rose 8. 1, Tartar 8. 1 , Miss Simmer 8.0, Oat...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editorial Brevities [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

6as:re'»«%s:ic3s:ic:R»«a:s:i::ssjBj}j|HKjji Editorial Brevities! ' Dey aint no sich thing ez gettin' married in heaven.' ' Course dey aiut. Don't de Bible tell yer it's a place er peace en rest ?' — Stolen. They say that Mr. Reid's dr3' dog is a very wet and much bedraggled pup just now. * * * The dying Louise Michael : ' I felt my being disintegrating into tiny molecules ; as an aroma spreads itself in the air, or coloring matter in water, so was I being dissolved in space.' * * * The dignity of Labor : Owing to an explosion at the Rochester Pittsburg Coal Company's mine at Dubois (U.S.A.) 16 men were killed. And the tragedy of it ! * * * Fifty thousand killed is the sum total to date of the Japan ese butchers' bill. But as they are mostly of the 'lower orders ' the fact doesn't count for much. It's only when the men ' with a stake in the coun try ' get shot or spitted that the serious side of war begins to shows itself; and as the ma jority of these always stay at home, the seriou...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Sale of Mortgaged Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

Sals of lbrtrtffad Land. In the Equity Court on Wednes day Justice Simpson delivered judg ment in the case in which Cecily Maria Elliot (administratix of the estate of the late 'Robert Henry Jackson, of Bredbo, near Cooma, farmer, who died intestate) asked the Court for a declaration as to the' value of a certain conditional pur chase of 250 acres in the parish of Abercrombie, County of Beresford, The defendant was Charles Solomon, storekeeper, of Cooma. The suit was dismissed with costs. His Honor held that there was no evi dence that the land in question had been sold, as was alleged by plain tiff, at an under value, or that the defendant had sold it recklessly and without proper precaution.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I - Gentlemen ! « $ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Your Attention for a Moment We beg1 to a&irise tke Arrival of -rar NEW STOCK of I Clothing J S We have the Best Qualities and ' Latest Styles Our £he$fcrficld$, Oilskin £oat$t and 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. {Suits to Order!! 15,000 Patterns to select from. $Wrt$, ties; Sweaters, Boots, Sox, and Underwear 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!

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Templars. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

Good TcuoUri. The usual weekly meeting of the Hope of Queanbeyan, I.O.G.T., was held in the Lodge Room, Mo naro-street, on Wednesday last, Bro. E. F. Lockwood presiding. The business for the evening was election of officers. Sister Ida Walker was elected Chief Templar ; Sister B. Gibbs, Vice-Templar ; Sis ter May Walker (re-elected), secre tary ; Sister Brook (re-elected), trea surer ; Sister A. Fitzgibbons.F.S. ; Bro. Browusniith, chaplain ; Bro. Ford, guard.. At the next meeting a motion to change tie night of meeting will be discussed.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District News. YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

itfrtttttttfttttttttttttT : District News. YASS. [FromthcTRinm.E.| It is understood that the Suf folk Punch stallion, Senato-, brought into the district a couple of years ago by Mr. C. C. Hall, of Yeuniburra, has re cently changed hands, having been purchased by Mr. T. Grace, of Cava'n, and Mr. JF. Coulton, of Yass. Before the Burrowa bench on Saturday, the preliminary hearing in the Tangmangaroo cases was proceeded with. . N. R. Besuard (Dick) was com mitted to take his trial at the Yass Court of Quarter Sessions on Thursday, on two charges of larceny and one charge, of stealing iu a dwelling ; and that the same accused and J. Heath had been jointly committed on two charges of larceny, two other charges being withdrawn. In the case of Heath bail was allowed, but refused in the case of Besuard. At the Young annual picnic races on Thursday last, Mr. P. C. Julian's Eppo won the Picnic handicap, and ran third in the Bracelet ; whilst the same owner's Actor ran second in the Cup, and se...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

? — -»- — — — - P. Mil A. AiiooUtlon. A special ^general meeting of subscribers of the Queanbeyaif P. and A. Association was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday. There were present : Messrs. J. Cunningham (presiding), W. W. McJtttQSb^F. Warwick, R. Mppre; B. G.Crace, F. J. L. Dunlop,, ~W. H. Jones, G. Mclnnes, J. M; McSn tosfa,' G.«KMeyside, j. Pagan, Dr. Blackall, J. J. Gale, R. tfallick.S. Taylor, C. H. McKeahnie,' Kl War ren, H. Siggs, R. J.' Anderson,, and the secretary. ' ' ' '? - v Proposed Jby Mr. Craoe,, ami . sec onded by Mr. R. Moore, that a com: mittee of six be empowered to make inquiries 'as to the cost 0$ improve ments necessary for -including ^the small jpwk'»djoining-- wiftin the Show Ground, and as to. the cost of enclosing the Crawford-street iand. (originally dedteatedtQ the Show* Ground),, also, to have power, to ap proach theMunicipalCbuncil, and in con junction with that body approach -ie,^?iiist«c;f priS^anas, ; to iaye flUie' Said jirjt^rjppei^yiedjcated ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

BRAIDWOOD. [from ll* Dispatch] Mr. .McCarron, of Bell's Creek, met with a nasty acci dent on Wednesda3' morning last. He was going to work, and was 111 the act ot mounting his horse when the animal, which was a little bit fidgety, swerved before Mr. McCarron wasseated, and he fell back wards. 'When he was 011 .the. erbiind the horse c'birinieiiced' kicking aud-struck him on the left ear, cutting it almost off and leaving it hanging by a thread. The usual monthly Govern ment Escort took away to Ta rago, to be dispatched from thence to Sydney Mint, 928 oz. I7dwt. iggrs. of gold. At a recent meeting of the members of the Major's Creek Turf Club it was de cided to get up a petition to the Minister for Lands asking for a grant of land for use as a racecourse, the Club at present .only having land which they rent from a private owner for the purpose, and the area of which is too small. At the last washing up at the Proprietary's dredge, Ara lueu, a half-sovereign minted in 1871 was fonud ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

Hninfail. The rainfall for April was gener ally above the average. For these districts the following falls were re corded :— Adam jnabv I ia. Araluen 252, Bateraan's Bay 352, Bombala 139, Braidwood 276, Bungeudore 263, Cooma 158, Delegate 30, Goul burn 178,. Kiandra 281, Micbelago 359, Ninritybelle 176, Queanbeyan 367, Yass 384. Rain commenced to fall in Queanbeyan on Tuesday morning, and showery weather has prevailed since, 69 points being re gistered up to 9 a.m. yesterday. It Lc raining as we go to press.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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