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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
VALUABLKDIscOTrar TrosR v HAr--If year hair is turning grey or white, or falling of. use " The Mexican Hair Renews.." for it will t.iot.ly resione in ereru case Grey or White hir to Its otrig nal colour. w'thnut leaving the disagreeable smell of moit "Rcstorers' It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of hair on bald spots where the glands are not decyed. Ask your Chemist for ' Twa MIxxcAN HAIR Rzl'iwR," sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere. Wholesale depot, 33, Farringdon R.ad, Lordon, England. outrriawir $ it arsit rto"'t'- 1. ., -,. h(ate nof letters froum peoplr wh", late rceves.in reat benefit from the use of Clarke's Rhl d Mitnre. -t ..ron "". *.. t.-. -tt:m tom. selenoe and skill have bro-.gi.. t- . an with the utmost contidence ret- . ne . to our uhbcribhers and the puhlic ?rr,: For Somfola, t vy,Sry, Eac?ema, ' -. and Bh-od D seases, P*" pl· e kinds, its eatfct are m a * - wonderful owues have t.. Olarge a Blood Mixture is* e.r s.g9d.per...
The Search Stops. THE RIGHT THING HAS BEEN FOUND A QUEANBEYAN CITIZEN SHOWS THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
The Search Stops. THE RIGHT THING HAS BEEN POUND A QUEANBEYAN CITIZEN SHOWS THE WAY. Once more we are indebted to a Quesnbeyan citizen for a piblic statem"nt that throws more light on a subject ever-increasiag) interests People have been deceived by false representa. tions from time immemorial. No wonder they are sceptical of all claims endorsed by strangers living in far distant parts of the Commonwealth. It is no longer necessary to accept such endorse ment for local citizs s as giving their testimonil and 'tis so easy matter for any reader to in I vestigate the correottess of such evidence a the following. Mrs Wallace, Crawford St., Queanheyan says :-" Pains in the small of my back gripped me for eight or nine years. At times I coud, not bend or get down on my knees with it. The pains were frightful aud that is a fact. Some times they would cripple me altogether and I could not dress mypelf. Besides that I had terrible headachee and flushes of blood to the head. When I coughed I'...
CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
CHAPTER XVI. MAui3La had returned to Albert Spallre, in \Vhitechapel. She bad longed after her engagement to her cousin to get away from Trenton Park at once, and had carried out her original intention of leaving early the next morning. It is true that she had finally given in to their wishes; but Jack had been with her the whole time, and the interview bad not heen F painful one. One person who had infinitely touched her was Sir Iugh. ' My dear, my dear !' he had said, 'you will be the saving of us all, and Jack is a good boy-one of the best ! Yon will soon learn to love him almost as much as I do.' 'Oh a great deal morel' said Mabel, laughing. ' When people marry they love each other more than all the world, don't they ?' Jack looked at her in astonishment for a moment, and then he began to understand that abe was only carrying her .expressed intention of not letting anyone know that their marriage was a purely business affair. ' Ah, mny dear girl ! how happy it makes me to hear y...
SYDNEY RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
SYDNEY RAILWAY STATILBf. Tax Government has decided that`. the cost of tbe;central station' must be reduced as much as possible, by adopting a less costly style of decoration than that set out in the orignal plan. Mr. J. Davis, under.eeretary for works, was instructed to reduce the cost to the lowest possible amount, and be far nished the Cabinet with a statement setting forth the estimated cost of the work, the cost of land resumption., the amount already ex. pended on the building, the amount nece- ?ary to complete the station sufficiently to enable the railway commissioners tooccupy them, and what furtuer amount would have to be expended to cnmplete the buildings after oooupation. The oest of buildings ani works to date is k233,790, and the total eati. mated cost of station buildings and land is £894,768.
Open Column. The public are allowed to express their opinions in this Column providing all correspondence is signed by the writer—not necessarily for publication At the same time, we wish it to be clearly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of those who so make use of it—Editor Q.A. LAND AND INCOME TAXATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
Open Colmn. Column pro vldnf all corretpondelce is AIgfe I by the writer-h-ot necesarily for puhlicetion At, the gaine m, ttt r-"Bib, w?.s. ittto te clearly understoodwthat we do not endorse the opinions of those who so make use of it Editor Q.A. . ". , aiu?'L ,Npl D 1. .OMF TAX .TI- -' e 1... ,.. ...f. ... TO E.DITOR. S?t,-It ijs expected, that the Ini tiOmxe-tx C:hommiboeio eho will shbrtly cause an Amend ipg Bill .ypich wil hbRve tbhe effect of, giving SiAem. ltrger powPers tranti they now p.,oasse, lobe brought before Parliament.. .oAs u olre A,-,o bas hAd,someexperience of the methods adopted ithn oonetiu Wlith thie d tinslrl tion ti'6f thoeisresenteLand and ltcome-taxp Acts I of. the' State Parliament I woulde ' suggestm 'that fforts should' be mide to secure the RsppoinfltP nt of a Royal Commission :o en quire into the adminitiration of the law s.it :.,tow stands before any additional burdens are imposed through the medium of the' Taxa tion CfOmmisaioners upon the taxpayers o...
WOMAN MARRIES A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
WOMAN MARRIES A WOMAN. A-t aImrn?AL case came before Mr. Franois at Wsatminister. when a prisoner having quife the appearance of a little old man, de scribed as CatherineCoombes, 68,. painter and decorator, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Defendant was really dressed in male attire, and she carried a bowler hat and small black bag. She made the state ment that she had worked as a painter on board ship, and had passed as i man for halt a century. Constable Grep said that the defendant whom he believed to be a-- man, complained that 'he' had lost his bg De fendant was drunk, aqd wai "- t?k . the station, where she created great eusptrs by eaylag that she was a twomalanuod.b dded I've been a good woman too in my time, (Langhter.) Prisoner tI was upat drank, Detective Tanner said the poflie wished for a remand.. Mr Firancis : Yes, whea qun old woman is going about in man's clothe it is good ground for making further inquiry.. It would be interesting to know whether she went...
Church Notices. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
* Chiur h Notices. " C RnCtt OP iEtNLANDi.-Queanbevyan 11a.m. end -i7;80" p:m ; Burra 8.p;mi:---Rev.. . M. *Whitp, Mitiefer. ,. .. Canberra 11 avin.; Gunrdroo .80.p 3 ipi "·Rev..P. G 8mith,:M.A. .Minister,.. MaTntDsi'. , Qtesunb-yani 11 'a.ii. Mr. SE:'Bio*? 7.30 p.ani-Rev. W. '.Sterart; Wiittlo Patik 1' a.in.--Rev. W.: Stewart Wattle Park 7 p.m --Mr. U. W. 'Soutlhwell; .'-Wodfield 3 jn..-Mr S. Southwell, (Wootl "burn) ;'Weetangara 3 p.m.-Rev. W. Stew art; Major '3 p.i.--Messre aE. Davis; "G. Shamnek. N. Southwell, and I1. Stear. Rev. W. Btewarb, Minister. w- PaBs rEnxaIAw.-Queanbntyan 11" a.m. Bungendore -7.30 p.m. - Rev. 3. Fussell, Ministei. Si OMAN OAiuOLzIo-Queanbeyan Maes 8 30 and 11 a.m.--Rev Father Hvylaid, Priest. .i --- . • , ". ' " - ." " • . T.ALuABLuDIcovRy a FO Tar FAIt---f your heir is turning grey or white, or 'falling off, use The Mexican Hait Rlenewe, " for it tiil positivly returee: in every case 4re nor White air to its original colour, without leaving-tlie disagr...
Austin Chapman and Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
SAustin' Chiplan, u tuna Old Ago S. .Pell: i . 'ns. . ConxoWu'a?trrn' ld Age Pehaidtis covering' i',"the whole' of Australlht and on better- lines. ?volving from the. know'edgegaiied i fromin experience of the wvrk:ing of the Acts in .New South Wales and.Victoria.so that.thode .~o do .patt require it phall, not receive pPy "jiirit ihilb many of ith aged jioorwho tare now outside the pai'o will have just consider, satn i'i uthe objeot olarf Federal 'Member, 11 i "I pnlalt hCla n 'view, and tow ard i". ?.h lie took diizded step on Friday lasq: 'wwhn le secured the consent of the' p'rimr :tliaister. to a _motion for it selct!ion Coom-' t?.'i ee to.examine the workinR of the Stifie a'ctsto iggest a ibasis for Conmmoniwealth Legislation an-aniioertain the probable cosat "oili same (as b.riefly mentioned ini our last' issue.) Mr. Ap?tiu Chapmtn ti?.'an earnest .'advocate for this legirjliion thirteen years ago.a.na many then lookled upon' -him as a dreamer,;but sttentioul rightiing on the...
JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
JUVENILE BA.IL. One hnndred and thirty JLvepnle. wore entertained last night by a .largetumber of adults wh-o put them throuth?theMrdan?es till.11 o'clook,:when refreshmeat. were par taken of. The.adults rem iued till 3 o'.look this morning. As. on the previous tight Mesars Woodger and Cane noted as M.. ' and the musio was supplied by Miss Noonan and Mr. - Loughna,' extras being supplied by Messrs Buckley and Hoolahan. - •
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
Hall's Furniture Catalogue Send For It. r It's Free. The meet c:mp'ete sd useful Turnishing Catalogue ever published. Indeepasable to those requiring Furniture, etc. . . . ....... WIITE NOW FOR IT. Contains Estimates for Furnishing throughout for £16 Ss., 2s. I ? 6ld., £34, and £50 1$s. .d; BEENTY PAGES - FI IE H UNKDRED ILLUSTRATIONS. ., Country Orders crefully packed Free of Charge. A. HALL & C o., S 53, 565, 567 George Street, SYDNEY. -II ASK FOR Tr " Y.D." M Ixture. BOOMERANG BRANDY. THE LONDON TIMES.-"' A SOUND, HONEST BRANDY." THE LANCET.-";OF A FRtAGRANCE, PURITY AND QUALITY 8ECOND TO NONE. THE BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL-":A PURE PRODUCT, WELL WORTHY THE ATTENTION OFITHE PROFESSION. S- · WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO. THE VERY BEST and HIGHEST GRADE TOBACCO, MANUFACTURED IN AMERICA, Obtainable In Plugs, and Cut, In 2oz.'andi4oa. tins MASCOTTE 'TOBACCO. IS- OW THE FAVOURITE SMOKE. fannikctured trom the: est Selected Leaf. A HIGH qRADE TOBACOO AT A MODERATE PRICE. Better !puln pl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
JZ 1,MT Y 30II1- - DALGETY & COMPANY, LIMITED. [Capital Subtsribed £4,000,000 CapItil Pas-up £1,000,000 Reserve £130,000] SVWool, Grain (a. Piroduce Brolers; SYDNEY. A :, Lei;gOst. Wool Selling House in Austral si.t.: . S ALES OR -THIE PAST SEASON, 109,325 BA?ES:. WOOL AUCTION SALES. HELD REGULARLY in: SYDNEY MARKET. COMIMISSION 20O/0i covERIGLL, CHAR.. : _.,_. . Q. " _0 TO THE CROWER. " "SHEEPSKINS, FURRED SKINS, TALLOW, and all clarses of Statidi' and Butchers' PRODUCE sold at AUCTION WEEKLY. Fanr Produce disposcd of at Redfern. daily. , Ccnsignments ot fGrain. and Dairy Produce receive every attention. Spccal Dcpartment attends to orders fo- Station Supplies. SGOVEltu, ti,1 4DtVERTISEMI.yT GOover· meut Arohiteose,Oflo.e, .,' S Goulburn,?I2th ieptpmber 1,90' i. IrTENDERS, addressed to Clerk oti Petty4 j..'T essibpw a-t"'t the: ' OOURTIOUSEi??. ,GOULBUIRNI and endorsed. !!.Tender , fto :Paintiing etg.. Queanbeyan,' .will be reoeiVed' up to iOntl' on .MONDAY, wIIIG 26rT SEP:...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
Municipal Council. TEt above sat last night. Present: Alder Smen Hungerford (Mayor), Atkinson, Knox, Ccllott, Hinckeman, and Dr. Blackall. Tnere was no correspondence. The financial reports showed the following credit balances :-General, £59 16; 1; Light ing, £57 0 .2; Parks, £9 4/5. An acconto of £5 for the supply of palings for the park was passed for payment. ALDRYIxx COLLW.TTrr MOTION. The Mayor announced that the above motion was on the business paper, but was of opinion that if carried it would not be etlective inasmuch as the succeeding alder man could not be governed by -ny resolution passed by this Council with regards to funds. The Council Clerk read the motion as fol. lows :-" That a sonking fund be established so as to wipe off the present debt of £1100 and that £50 per year be set aside for that purpose." Alderman Collett maintained that the motion was of the utmost importance to the ratepayers, and he was very anxious to have it carried into effect. He was surprised th...
St. Benedict's Ball. (OFFICE BEARERS:—President, Mrs. R. Hayes; secretaries, Misses N. Sullivan and B Wer; treasurers, the Rev. Father Hyland and Miss, Lee; Committee, Mesdames O'Hanlon, Pike, Hawes, Tuttil, Blackall, Blewitt, Lenane, Hincksman, Downey, Dirmody, and Misses Lesmond, Lee, Meredith (2), Longeragan, Cullan, Moore (2), Ryan, and H. Dyball.) [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
St. Benedict's Ball. (OrricE BERasR. :-President, Mrs r . Hayes aecretariea, Musses N. Sullivan and B We r; treasurers, the P.ev. Father Hyland and Mfiss Lee ; Committee, Mesdames O'Hanlon. Pike, Hawes, Tattil, Blackall, Biewitt, Lenane, Hincksman, Downey, Dirmndy, and M~ises Lesmund, Lee, Meredith (2). Lngeragan, Out len, Moore (2), Ryau, and a. Dyball.) Events come and pass : Some with a di. minutive amount of attraction, whilst others carry attractions soliciting the patronage of the public in general to such avast extent that they may be designated from a financial point of view " successful." Such was the result of the function on Wednesday night, in aid of the Queanbeyan St. Benedict's Counvent-e.nd still more-it was a social success from a socialistic standpoint. WVhether it is attrihutabl- to the tact of the previous balls in aid of the Convent being successful from every point of view, or whether the assiduous exertions of the com mittee played an immediate act in inducing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 25 2d pier Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s 641 ,, ,, Subscriptions ma, commence or discontitue at any time. r- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. TWO FAMOUS REMEDIES. DR. SOUTHAM'S GOUT & RHEUMATIC PILLS Are a safe and effective Cure for Gout, Rheuma tism, Rheumatic Gout, Sciatica, Tic Doloreaux and Rheumatic Pains in the Head and Face. They are quick in their action and wonderful in effect. Thews Pills are ds in bettles at 1/1- 3J S/ poet As. ROSE'S CELEBRATED EYE LOTION Known throughout Australasia as a safe and complete Remedy for all EYE Complaints. seld by all Ohemliet and essrk?eeprs. Sole Proprietors and Manufacturer. H. A. ROSE & CO., Chemists, 531 George St,, Sydney. Correspondence Invited. The only Pharmacy open Day and Night. TWO TEAIAAB 'BILLY' & 'GOLDENIA' YOU know "BILLY" TEA of sourse, verybody 'who is . anybody, knows "BILLY," It has bee the standar4 drihnk e4 Australians for half a century. * BILLY" Is the King...
Half-Holiday Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
Hialf-i olilay Cricket 'Club A Grsaz.LL meeting of the members of the Queanbeyan Half-Holiday Cricket Club w .s held in the School of -Arta on Tuesday. nigl.t last for the purpose of making efforts to renew what made promise last year of devel oping into a team of country c'icketers ,hat could hold its own with any of tue M'nontry teams. The organisation being very late in last season not many omatches were played, and though those taking part in the club were afforded few opportunities for practice the scoring was by no means insignificvnt as will be seen by a brief analysis of theicores here appended. It is, however, the inten tion of the elub to put forth their strongest effotts in the ensuing season ihat ;ty the devotion of a casual afternoon to practice the sturdiest of the neighboring cricket friends may be combated with ease, and judging by the amount of enthusiasm dis played by the dozen members pretaet on Tuesday night it will be possible to choose a good team when a challe...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1904 Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 September 1904
WrrTH WHICH A a ICIoPORUTran Queanbeyan times, Baungendore Mirror & Cantain's Flat Miner. FPIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1904 Local and General BAr.r-HOLID'r cricketers roll up and en rolrlyour names ! ' Tna mornings are still frosty with little sign of a break in the weather. Ssva.Lt hauls of big fish reported. From Slb. to 12lb. fish are becoming customary. Xrno's Brnvi?ty, falling on Wednesday, November 9, will be celebrated on the fol lowing Monday. A woUxa named Mary Latiff, a resident of Eastwood succumbed to an attack of plague on Monday. Ta Tumut Pastures Protection Board has passed a resolution favoring the protection of wild cats, which are said to destroy rabbits. A CHISAx&S, who has been nearly a 30 years' resident of Gundagai, took his de parture for the Flowery Land last week. He is said to have taken with him nearly 1000 sovereigns. TI?E Postmaster General acknowledges a letter from Mr. W. Davis Wright forwarded through Mr. Austin Chapman respecting the desired...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
Food will surely create Poison, if Digestion is Faulty. Well-digcstd food Is the source of strength. Emery act, every thought. e-ery movmenltl of mnsdle or mind uses up some of the substance of our bodies. Food repairs tis loss, but only when it is digested. Undigested l,?ld ferments in the stomach, poisols the blood, starves the body and lowers vitality. To be strong and healthy, assist your stomach, liver and kidneys to do their work perfectly by taking Mother Seigel's Syrup, which contains food digesting ferments andl gentle tonics for the stomach, and has cured more dyspeptics than any other medicine an the world. MOTHER SEIGEL'S SYRUP " Five rears ago I had a combination of complaints viz.:--constipation, liver derangement, indigestion. For eleven months my life was a misery to me. Whenever I ate any solid food. terrible pains in the chest and stomach followed by excessive vomiting resulted. I was also greatly distressed by dizziness and wind. I found relief for my ills four ye...
Rockley. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
S Rockley.. TII following are thet resulit'of the matohes pland 'by the team of :girl'. rookleyites rez presenting the Southelr.i districýa .:-. ' Saturday,'Sept: 10.-North' Sydney. 41; Co~iintryi144 1' Sadie Brown .44, M. Ausfn (ibt oii9 39 Won by 103, tinei? - Moi dy-Nortth Sydney 129 anid 56, Clo.tty. 210 .M.'Ajaei ?n .(i6t on) 10,. E. McPherg9ii 3 .:.W.on 'y 'one in~oung and ,26 runs. . t.., ,... , . "Oombi ia Teami(p: ,ed Centenialn Parke 26; Con try1p48.E aEM Pierson,44,..inne ' Hiackemauin3 88kM.,Broga8.?" oi:by,122 runse., .e , Th sdheay--Bishopeconrt"Club;47 Qountry 78 ind 16, V; Sedg-r 16 and:40, ,i iiict) chk l5 (notOu't) and 20, 1? Stuart:1 and 26e: Won by 31 runs on first inuning.' 7 B : *d:AVER GEinaO Es . lx11 Na '. ; Ethel Hitchcocpk,,I0m .~.':...2... . 9' .Ethel Austen,.Tarnna............. 21 Vinra Bdger,-Lithgio ............ 21 S..die Brown,' Captain's Fla'...t..;. 19 Ediki.MoPbersonf,.Biba......r . 19 Beatrido Stuart, Miijo?-'s Craek?'k?... 16 Minnie Ilinclsma.i,'...
Church Notices. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
C..mrch Notices. . SUNDAY, SEPTEStBER 25:. Onuaos ot ENoLAtND.-Qt1puobeyan 11 a.in. i.ud 7.80,p.m.--Rev. W. M. White, "Min iiter. Uanbnrra 11 a.m.; Gundaroo 3.30 pam. Rev. P. G Smith, M.A.a Minister. MrTHoDIST. - Que?nb-. yan 11"a.m. and 7.80 p.m.-=Rev. W. Stewart; Wattle Park l'.i a.in." -Mr John Gtale ; Wattle Park 7 p.m. -Measrs E. Davis, G. Shumazk, N..Booth well; Woodflold 3 p.m.-Rev. W. Stewart.; Majdrra, ThurIday' 7.80 p.m.- Rev, W. Stew. art.-Rev. W. Stewart, Minister. . PRESBYrERIAN. - Queanbeyan : 11' a.m. ; Canberra 2.45 p?m. - Rsv. J. Puseell,I Minister. ROMAN CA'jnoLio--oSee Arhboihop Ktelly'e announcement eliewliere.-bev; FPath':r.Hv laud,.Priest. , .
IMPORTANT LAND DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
IMPORTANT LAND DECISION. TR? Bingara land board started a six days' sitting last Thursday. A most important decision to banks and their mortgagors was given. The facts of the case were that a .selector had mortgaged his holding to the Bank of New South Wales, and after the original conditional purchase became free. bold, san a Crown grant was issued in the bank's name. Some time after the selector applied for an additional holding under seo tion 3 of the Act of 1903, and in aoodebdttbe with section 20 of the Act,1889. He furnished the usual bank's consent and declaration, showing the land and deed were held by way of msrtgage only. The board disallowed the applicntions holding that the applic ant was not a registered holder as provided in section 3, and further held that where an'original conditional purchase was trans ferred by way of mortgage, and a Crown grant was afterwards issued in the mort gagee's name, the mortgagor lost all right to the additional selection.