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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

O a W O . NO TW O. P BIG REDUCTIONS. BIG REDUCTIONS, BIG REDUCTIONS S? -V ?Vn ?VV V VVVVM WW V VVr? VVV . THE CALLAGHAN STYLE - BOOK. A POSTAL CARD will bring you the niew issue of the Iarnots CALLAG HAN HTYLE. IOO){, and places your nacme on out mailing list. This new Style-Book is the most complete, reliable and correct Boot Htryle-Book ever published in theCommonnwealit. IT IS TIE. .CALLAGIIAN STOCK ON PAP'ER. You'll 'Ifind yo con. take yours new "OALLAOIIANS" out of the parcel and Inside Anod outt. uThem on Iand goou' Pont PaldO 17/Tsheyl Our Style-Book shows you how to order. Ou'r Nail-rder ngstem provides that we will money Ia desired. You an.therefore handle and FIT oif CALAGHIIAN BOOTS wjthont ein compelled- to buy. You take no risk any address In the Comonwealth. Send for 1it today. Model Ne, 800. Post Pald, 17/. "Your noots rsem to Ie ,everlasting.' J. Mll., Newcastle, 'The .strcs renel1vd are In every way satisfactory."-S. B., Walcha. CALLAGHAN& SON, 8 895 GEOaRGE...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABBIT DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

RABBIT DESTRUCTION. LAST Thursday Sir William Lyne asked the Prime Minister. " If he would communicate with the States Primiera to ascertain whether any State will give facilities to Pasteur's agent to test the efflcacy of chicken-cholera nsa destructive agent tocheck and ultimately 4eplp. the serious plague of rabbits whibch isorpai4ly e?i?ending?" Mr. Reid in reply s?id the agen sa a4, pca' no application to the Governp.ent. Ie a?gg9I. t atratys tegr', agents might oop?unigate 4irect with the SAstes GoverngpeoD .

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POINTS FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

POINTS FO It FARMjGRS. "A o000. dairy cow," said the' Government dairy expert, Mr. O'Oallaghan, during the course of an address at the exhibition at the Royal Exchange Building, " should give ?500 gallons of milk per year, which should hb worth 41. per gallou gross, or a total of £8 6/8 rer cow. This would mean, that a farmer having 20 such cows would receive an incoms of £166 13/4, which should leave after paying for labor, a profit of £66. Unfortunately, however very few farmers had cows that averaged anything like the amount mentioned. A farmer having 100 cows of the snme character- should obtain a profit of £333 annually, provided, of course, that he carried on his business in a proper manner, and that he did not pay exorbitant rent. Danish cows yielded, on an average, 594 gallons each per year; there were 1,100,000 milch cows in Denmark, and S t. per :gallon for milk would represent £13,621,523. The Danish ield was estim ated at about 244 gallons per cow tnore than the average ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALE OF A DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

•SALE OF A DOG. "?rutlh canstically denounces Mr. George Reid for dispo.ilng of a dog by anction last week.. Mr. Norton possessing such a deep affection for his canine pet, " Gip," it is only natural that he would consider the Prime Minister, or any other person, callous hearted to dispose of his four-footed friend. Trutih says " is a man worthy. of public confidence who is ho. devoid of all healthy seritimpnt as to offer for sale amid the jeers, gibes, ounts, sneers, petty witticisms, and infie: interjeotions of a crowd of bidders at a pilblio anotion, the dear o!d domb'oom panion whom aasooistion has hallowed and whom friendship has mada almost seored P" We query .whether this is George's "dry dog..

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISSIONARIES SLAUGHTERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

MISSIONARIES SL LUGi rE RED. A TERltBLE m1ss1cre hb? occunred in New Britain, several Roman Catholic missions having been attacked and ten missionaries killed. Most of the victims were chopped down from behind whilst engaged in their usual dhily labore. Two of the murders were mission " boys" and the remainder bush natives. A German puntive expedition cap tured 36 natives said to have been concerned in the massacre. Twenty-five of them were shot. The general feelihng in the islands is that the attack was a prelude to an outbreak against all whites resident there.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

BUNGENDORE Acc?r?sar -Mr. Chas. Londie met with a nasty accident last week. It appears that he was driving a spirited horse in a' spring cart, and was about to get. into the vehicle when the horse startd sullddenly and threw Mr. Lordie under the wheel which passed over his head inflicting a nasty wound, nearly severin ; his ear. Dr. Wilson had to pat a number of stitches in the wound. The horse bolted, but was socured before any damage was done. On enquiry to-day Mr. Landie ia suffering a good deal of pain. oROse INJURED.-A valuable race horse belonging to Mr. Wru. Sherd broke out of its stable last week and galloped madly about, coming in contact with a barbed wire fence. The animal was badly torn about and is now in a bad state. OFFICIAL --Mr. Seage, our esteemed rail. way station master, is on holidays enjoying a well earnid rest. Mr. Atwill is relieving. Mr. Seage. Tne RAnntr ITNDUTRY, which has beet largely carried on here for some months past is now stopped,' on. acoount of th...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATTACKED BY A SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

ATTACKED BY A SE1 SERPENr. TanRR have been a good many tales told of the sea serpent, but the following, vouched for by a correspondent to an Eoglish paper, is the tallest up to date:-While a woman was gathering seaweed at a flhing viilage in the north of Portugal recently, she was attacked by what is reported to have been a serpent, 9ftin length, which rose from a heap of weed. Raising its crest, the reptile coiled itself round the womnan's body and neck, but on the arrival of some labonrers armed with spades from a neighhouring field, it unwound itself, and disappeared into the sea, before it could be killed. The event had caused considerable interest, as snakes of snob a size have been hitherto unknown in Portugal.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "NEW IDEA" [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

S T-IE "NEW IDEA " Toie editor of "The New Idea " is tobo con grataillted on the excellence of th'e Septem her number just issed. The most important improvement weo .notice is the removal'of a" large' number of . advertisements from amongst the reading matter which Rives the magazine an appoearance of greater size' thatn. before. ""1e are glad to note that the Aue tralasian tonein btng iiaintaitied. A nini. ber of.Little Stories of Australasian Lif@qand a sheef ofAustralian versreb' iarbeing printed; Competitions, too, are still beiog'made'a feature; tile latest being a gigantic enterprise in iwhic'theEditor 'announoesa that £1,396 will be given in prizeseextending over twelve months, . ON goodi.anth6ritf. we learn that the: pro- posed new labor doily iiev paper, oniiwhich errand Mr' Toomney paid this town a visit lait May,.is striangled in embryo, attribletable to the- promoters' failureb in raising snuflieht caititi tl w~hich to lau'nnh it As a' part itig attempt tb get'i he hugh ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEARING DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

SIHEARING DISPUI7 E.T A SiIaeRIao dispute has arisen on Wunnam urra dtaion, about si.c miles from Jerilderie. Among the sheep brought in was a lot of 2.year-old stud ewes. The lot was a small one, and would. have averaged about eight per man. Double rates were demanded, that price being paid fcr the aged stud sheep. 'hie was refused, hut the manager (Mr. Fulton) offered to pay £2 per hundred for the next stud lot that was coming in, and £1 per hundred for lambs. This offer was declined, nineteen, of the men refusing to start work. The following day Mr. Fulton came into Jerilderie, and applied for sum monses against -the strikers, .which were issued by Mi. Elliott, J. P. The oase will he heard before the p ~lice. magistrate (Mr. Garstang), who will be at the monthly court. There was no disturbance at any tiun, the polle serving all the summonsesi with one exception. A dispute similar to that at Wunnamurra is reported to have oconrred at Cores. Several of the shearers refused to shear...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. C), In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Couutry) 2s 61 ,, ,, Subscriptions mai commence or disconticue at any time. z- TIHE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. *44************* DONT BE FOOLISH. 1?I''T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicyole that has na name and which will be always going out of order. , WHY NOT'BUY A RED BIRD BIOYCLE , FOR 1904. A? A REAL UP.TO-DATE BICYCLE. Ihrtisa 1ULLY GUARANTEED and w will LAST you FOR Y EARS, no nmatttr,. S: -whet sot ot work )on give it. WRITE, TO US OR CALL ON OUR ].OCAL AGENTS. YOU CAN buy .un LONG EAbY TERMS. SMALL DE POSIT, payments riado to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN PART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., ,ydney. TIlE G(iOLD IICYCLE CO. Wt. TBW- ii 0EEOR O1iT, AG ENT, QUEANBEYAN. LARGEST STO')CK (OF SItNDRIES in te,n,, at 1'etc?et Pricers ' ",I __________ ,___ ,___ -__•_ _"-----_ I TWO TEi.A... 'BILLY' & 'GOLDENIA' YOU know "BILLY" TIA of course. Everybody w...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General FOOTBALL to-morrow afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

Local andi General . VooTrALL to-morrow afternoon. Tnx State Parliament re-assembles on nest Tuesday. CRmoIar Olub me3ting to-night in the ochool of Arte. YAss Show on Thursday and I riday of this week. - NEXT 0ooma Show is to held on tle- 12th and 13th April. Tai inquiry into the working of the Cooma Pastures Protection Board is. still proceeding., The case has lasted nearly a fortnight. A DISBPANpwOY. Of £I50 bla been discovered in the book.keeping of the Gundagal Coun cil. The Gundagai Council is rarely out of trouble i Tr Mr..J. 0. Watson cn be taken notice of there is trouble brewing with the Federal Governmenot again. It is likely that the Labor Leader will very shortly table a ca e sure:motion. W TiH Rev. Father O'Gorman, of- Coomar who has been absent for a time owing to bad health is expetd bliack fto his parish irtafew days. . . . Da.., fARSuAi t has been committed .to stand his trial on a obharge of having caused the death of the young woman Amelia Lynch.' . - . Ta? Railw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1904. LABOR AND PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

WITH WHIUH AIR ICOORI'ORATWD Queanbeyan Timies, Bfnigendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, SEPT±EMBER 13, 1904 LABOR AND PROTEOTION. TnI coalition which has been effeoted be. tween the Labor and Protectionist parties is leading to a very curious development. The peop'e who are supporting it are now doing their utmost to explain the arrangement, not merely as one that is prompted by poli tical exigencies, but as a natural and proper state of things springing out of affinity of aims. It is announced that the protective movement and the labor movement are essentially correlative. They may be, but during all the years that protection has been the settled policy in Victoria, this has never been recognised, at any rate by the bulk of the labor people. The working man, found that under protection, probably, he was able to gethigher wages than he would have done under freetrade, but the moment be began to strike out for any special rights as a unit of the population, he dis...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW WEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

A NEW WEED. . Mr. G. M. McKeown writes to the " Agri cultural Gazette" as follows :-One of the latest plants to prove troublesome in these parts is the chicory (cichorium nitybus),   which produces the chicory of commerce. It appears, from accounts received, to have escaped from a neglected garden on the Upper Murray, and to have taken possession of a large area of that district, whence it has been distributed over stock routes by travelling sheep. In wet weather during last year the banks of a creek on the farm overflowed, and a number of plants appeared after the flooding, the seed presumably hav- ing been washed from a camping reserve a few miles distant. It has also been found close to roads traversed by travelling sheep. Its habit of growth in a wild state has ,changed somewhat, as the roots have become     fibrous, and the growth of seed and branches much greater than is the case when culti-     vated as a root c...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Notices. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

Church Notices SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. Church of England.-Queanbeyan 11 a .m. and 7.30 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. - Queanbeyan 11 a.m.--Mr E. Brown ; 7.30 p.m.-Rev. W. Stewart;   Wattle Park 11 am.--Rev. W. Stewart ; Wattle Park 7 p.mn -Mr. C. W. Southwell; Woodfield 3 p.m.-Mr S. Southwell, (Wood-   burn) ; Weetangara 3 p.m.-Rev. W. Stew- art.; Majura. 3p.m.--Messrs E. Davis 'G. Shumackk, N. Southwell, and H. Stear. Rev. W. Stewart,.Minister. PRESBYTERIAN-- Queanbeyan 11 a.m.; Bungendore. 7.30 p.m. - Rev. J. Fussell, Minister. ROMAN CATHOLIC-Queanbeyan Mass 8 .30   and 11a. m.--Rev Father Ryland, Priest.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RABBIT TROUBLE AT BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

TLnL lA.B BIT .TROUBLEAT B" A iD WOOD. AT a meeting of the Braid wood Pastures Board last Thursday the stock inspector sub mitted an exhaustive report regarding tht scientific scheme for the universal destruct ion of the rabbit in Australia. He referred to the huge losses inncrred -by stook-owners, and the large expenditureettiled, whioh sn far has not afforded relief, as the, po?t is still increasing, and is ,.xtoinding to all parts of the Comtionwealth. Every effort having failed to "dccredtie the pest the question of climatic conditiors are affecting the inoreaes of rabbits was onsidered. It spite of.a pro tracted drohght for nino years, causing the destruction of millions of stock, the rodents increased. The conditions unfavourable to stock appeared to be those under which the pest flourished vigorously. The report then dealt with the existing methods of coping with the pest, which had failed. One of the greatest d,awbaCks to the existing moans arose from the immense areas of Cr...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAPTAIN'S FLAT MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

CAPTAIN'S PLAT NJIE . roFOtMATION has been received here to thp effect that negotiations are almost complete for the disposal of the Lake George Mines by the present company, Expectations are now entertained that the mines will he re opened, which would mean a great lmpotna to these parts. Experienced miners, with an intimate knowledge of all parts of the property, are sanguine that the mine, judici onsly managed and with np-to-data machin ery, can be profitably worked. It is curren tly reported that Mr. Trewenick has pnr chased the mining plant here for a good .9q}i4 sur} in cash. (Another report says that Mfr: £hapngn isaa re-purchased the mine and antends to sell the pldat ani r?.aphinery piecemeal, as opportunity o?ers.)

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

The Storyt oller A MISER'S HEIRESS. O LEAP£Er1 XIV.-coNrrmNuD. '*You are very rich, Mabel, rich ecough to do all you any and a great deal more. I have as a zmatter of fact, sent a full account of your property to your cousin Sir Hugh Tren. ton. I haven't bothered you with the bausi ness matter, but 1 can explain it to you whenever you like. Is that whatyonwanted to see mte about ?' ' I did want to ask you that, but there's a great deal more I wish to say. You are my friend, are you not ? At the present 'moment I have no one but you to turn to for advico. I want to ask you what you think.l'd better do with my life when I leave here ?' ' I thoughlt you informed me you wished to go abroad for a time?' "Yes, so I did, ;o I do perhaps,'but. then what is to become of me ? Where am 1 to live ? What am I to do ?' 'It's very difficult to say yet,' Mr. West replied ' Of course, I suppose eventually you will marry, but meanwhile it would be rather difficult to know what you had better do.' ' D...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

i eFsid will surely create Poison, if Digestion is Faulty. \1',1- li;?tsted I,,td is thsu son i f strength. Everr act. every thought, ..... I'r m :t.-'"nt ,f m!!- "I" or nlllli uses up some of the slubstance of our Sd,,-l-.. od re.pairs this loss. but only when it is digested. IUtdigiest, I :l., t-rnnlnts in the sttomach. poisons the blood, starves the bods and lowers vitality To ble strong -al, h,-althy. a?ist your stonmach. liver and Ikidneys-to do th it work periectl by taking Mont. - Seigel's 'x rap, which contains food 0l. estineg ferments nand gentle tonics IIfr the stotlnact, nd has cured miore t, v.,peptics than any other medicine in thie world. MVIOTHER SE GEL'S SYRUP "Five -vers a... I had :; comblllina;tion of complaints via. :--constipation. liv',r derailr. ent, indigc.stinn. Fl r even months r'y life was a mrsew to ne. \VWih ?l"ver 1 ate any solid l.,I. terrible pains in the chest and sto:nach loloo.d )by excessive vomiting resulted. I was also greatly distressed by diz...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 13 September 1904

Hall's Furniture Catalogue Send For It. It's Free. The meet comp ete and useful Pnrnishinf Catalogue ever published. Indespensable to those requiring Furniture, etc. . . ........ WRITE NOW FOR IT. Contains Estimnates for Furnishing throughout for £15 8s., £22 Ifs. 6d., £34, antd £50 19s. 6d. SBBVBNTY PAGES.- FI VE 11 UNDIED ILLUSTRA TIONS. Country Orders carefully packet Free of Ckarge. A. HALL & Co., 563, 565, 567 George Street, SYDNEY. Condition is a ?ery serious matter In Cat Tobaees. We often see good leaf spoilt through being packed in tins that are not atr. tight. Cut Tobacco should open up in perfect condition, ready for the ips,-" neither too dry nor too moist. Tobacco qlNKEE .bOODLE Is packed in Patent Air.TIgWb Tins, and is positively guaranteed to opew up fresh and sweet. It is also sold in ýfIogs Park and Bright-and to those whopeefe a Mixture, we can honestly say that e, better Mixture is sold thaen "Y.D." Mixture. Ask year Tebaeooalst. BOOMERANG BRANDY. THE LON...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904

The Story teller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XIV.--covrisBo. 'No, Jack. I should like my money to help you. You see it is no nuse to me if there is so much, for Hannah and I can live on so little.' 'But, Mabel, anpposa later on, you met a man you could rwally love, you could rightly accuse me of having sp'il' your life! And we should both be wretched 1' ' Jack, I am very young and ignorant, but I have read a great many hooks, so I noder stand what you mean. Youn think I mirht want to run sway from you, as wicked people do in stones, but yon are quite wrong I should never de that. I might be unhappy, but I would never deceive my best friend, and even when we are married, you will always be that, won't you ? But I don't think I shall ever be unhappy, for I know you will always be good and kind to me.' 'I swear I will always b, good 'to you!' He stooped suddenly and kissed her forehead. Oh, don't!' she cried, with crimson cheek. 'We must make an arrangement that you must never, never ki...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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