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VARIETIES. GLASS EYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

VARIETIES GLASS EYES. Aitchison, iho greatest manufacturer and dealrr in (riaas oyca in Europo, vae recently interviewed, lie eays tbat Eugland alone consumes Fome 50,000 glass cyce annually. A good Ent'lith glass eyo will last about a vear and cosls£l. Glass eyes of French and German make are cheaper, but will sot stnnd wrar as long as tbe English. The greatest doBtroyer of tho glass eye is the salt in tbe tears; it* caustic action upon the glass has ud Io this timo baffled all human inventiou. Ho says Uiijt liwe aro some peoplo who wear ttvo glass eyes— but not in order to spo - at the Interviewer inadvertently asked— but to keep the lids in place and iu good condition and particularly in order to look more at tractive.

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

JSrATUrtAL.IST; TIGKRS. To tbe average mind, lucre prrfent them selves but twu methods of pursuing and slnrinp the striped monarch of tho Eastern jungles— namely, the ordinary buttue by eloynants, on tbe most doughty and best tfuaed of which tho sp)rl«men mount, and ensconce themselves in thu traditional 'how dah,' Trhence, with comparative ease and security, they mark out and shoot down their gome; and the infinitely more perilous and exciting plan of tracking tbe cunning and ferocious 'animal to his lair, and facing him in open combat. Tho iormer is the most usually indulged in, even ladies taking part iu the chase ; tbe latter is only adopted by men wbo can thoroughly depend upon their nerves and accuracy of aim, and it often productive of those fatal accidents which strike us with hurror on their occur rence. But there are miny other and varied practices adopted to take or annihilate this destructive quadrupod, which nay be un known to our readers, and which, therefore, we shall...

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

RAILWAY TRAVELLERS. Anew system of lighting railway carriages by electricity has been adopted by the London, Tilbury, aud Southcnd Company, and was publiclv tented by an oxperimenta run from Fenchurcb-strwt to drays and back. Tbe novelty uf the plan consists in providing each carriage with a small dynamo, placed beneath it and worked directly by a belt passing over tlio axle. AVhen in motion the carriage supplies sufficient power to drive the dynamo und at the same timo to storo electric eLerjry io no accumulator ready to supply t-gU irheii the train is standing. Naturally it iwiid seem tbat at a rapid sperd a stronger r.nrrcr;t than waa needed might be produced, while the opposite result would follow wbeu the train was going slowly. Tbii difficulty has be°n overcome by an in genious arrangement which seenres a practi cally uniform velocity for thu dytamo at whatever rate the carriage may be drawn. The trial M'sj quite tuccertful. Every -»m- partment wai fitted with two glow lampa, ...

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

is a nna a ?packagt.p The Berlin courts bare just divided an interesting question relating to the status of dogs. A cabman baviou: demanded 2-5 pfennigs from onn of his ' faros,' who waa accompanied by bis dog. on thu ffround that mat was He customary unarms for a pacKago, the indignant ' fare ' naturally resented such an insult to bis compauiou, paid under pro teet, and bruugbt an action against the driver in the law courts. The first court took the cabby's view of the canine species, but the plaintiff carried the case to a higher tribunal. Again the decisiou went against him, and again bo appealed. At length in tbe Court of Third Inatanco, be has found both wisdom aud justice. * An animal which moves of itself,' olxcrves the Oourt judiciously in its judpment, 'is not a pack ago.' Die .]ol- Ims ihpK'forc been honour ably relmbilatcd. hijJ t!iu driver has had to pay a fino of onu mark for exceeding his rights.

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

THE AUT00AR. An autocar that has already-made the in credible record in speed of a mile in two tecocdt under the nilnate is announced— of oourte, from America. It goes by kerosene oil adroitly inserted in the houow tubes of tho machine, with a reservoir aomowhere close to the front wheel. The idea of conveying the oil through tbe tubes, and so utilising tbat vacant apace, is rather original and a cycle so constituted would bear some resemblance to tho human body, with tho blood that supplies its motivo power cour aing through veins and arteries instead of steel pipes. But has tbe ohronicler of this story realised what it wonld mean to tear through the air, with no protection against wind, at sixty miles an hour ulnu^r a road r We tremble also to think vliat wuulil happen if a stone were encountered, or the tyre gave way.

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

LAUIKS' COLUMN Anew hattrimm'ngtliatis very striking and pretty is a buneh of huge dragon flv wiugf of spangled pnuze, outlined with iridescent beads. A hat with these as a decoration will need very little other trim ming. Don't use R. 8. V. P. any more on invita tirim ; It is old -fashioned. Inatoad It is now good form to add, ' The favor of an answer is requested.' If you would be smartly dreaaed be tlendcr at thu wriatfc and waists ; let tbe rest of your make-up be as expanBive aa the dressmaker nd cross* bar musun will produoe. 1 The corset is rcponFlblc for more tnraors than any otbor one tbinir,' said Mrs. Clara B. Cn'br in a lenturo before the new school of sociology at Hartford. Tie belts worn by soldiers in eastern countries have bad to bo discontinued because they produce disease of tho kidneys, a fact which should open tlo eyes of women t' the perilB of garments whioh compress tho waist. The least pres fure of the comet on tho vital parte of ho bumau body is 21 pounds, an...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVEL. The Martlet Seal. CHAPTER VII.—(CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

NOVEL. The Martlet Seal. By Jeanelle Walworth. OuaiTER VII.— (Coirairora ) '.Vi.y ^yct .iots.be explore Dry Bayou ' L-ii^r. iV.-kr Tr-ic, e^jd was profoundly i^^o.ii±. t* tw Ub whereabouts, and to in* V-iire tti' w»y would iiot be practicable u-uder toe circumstances : but there couid Lot josslry he any danger of really gelling lost on the place. There was no one to object aor to question her as tie walkfd boldly down the long fjiiral stairway and uut at the side entranoe, with nothing about her head and shoulders hut a light woollen bbavfl, fid e'ed because of its subdued brown colour, which would 'mingle easily with the reddi-h bro xa of the till sedge-grass.' Blo Lad calculated aU the chances : Mrs L-nmcr was unfailingly dun in this dairy at fait time of day, Larimer as unfailingly at the tern-crib, supervising the mule's eve n'.nsr, meal ; Dick and Bate, her moBt de voted squires, were fortunately ont at the landing, keeping walch and ward over a ti*r ehinnicnt of cotton. Sie di...

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

ABOtT SLEEVES. AHLoiigb eleeves look modiRed this mason on accuuut of tin1 disp.-iution of tbu folds, they really take more material, requiring three yards of goud* twenty-two incliea wide for tho latest f-:J.ijmUe cut. The hik'h raitc effoct, which pave BP'h euonnoua Tvidtb to ibo 6bouldnrsl bas, hru». vcr, almost ?inltn-ly disappohrvd, and now ;ui! folda sag nearly to the elbow, ffivini; the elfect uf gracal'ul draperv rather tban tbat uf a huzo bxcrfficencc. The diffiuulty is to get suffi cient fullneu above the elbotr and yet 1» plain vnough Mow. Tho arrangement of box plaite machined down to fit the arm is an excelled solution uf tho difficulty. It may be lined or not. If the material U soft a linen lining can be put into tbe uppor part, and the box-plaiiod cuff may be faced with thin dlk. A n-rr effective elajre for a dinner gown combines two materials in straight widths of plain tilk and gored pieces of brocade. The pieeos are all eeamt-d together, then shaped top and bottom....

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

THE DRV SHAMPOO. Many women who have luxurious trossrs aud nho take cold easily are obliged to forego washing them as often as they would like because of the difficulty of getting them drv auicllv. For eunh a drv ehatnDoo is tho ucxt best thing, and, if carefully and Ihor ougbly dons, it removes Ibo accumulated duar and dandruff almost He well as waabing. Tbo bair should be shaken loosely out ovrr tho shoulders and Ilic bend manipulated with tbo fingora till all foreign matter is well loosened and acat'crorl tnrotigb the hair, which should then be parted in different places all over tb« bead and tlio parts cleaned with a eliff little brush, after whioh tho en tire hair and head should bo rery thoro .lehly b-u-ihcd in section; till the dandruff is b -ushed oat as much fis nnuoblo, wbeu somo g.wd. bair tonic or sr-afp deanw may ^ rubbed on, and tb* snarle engendered by tbo whole rproc4-ss gfjtly irombod out and t-ie -jnd« of the hair r'ip'ped. This last should always be none orcc a mo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

TELEGRAMS. SYDNEV, Thursday,. 1.30 p.m. Speaking yesterday Mr. Daiey said tli.it the real issue was merely equal rfgbts for capital and labor. Sir George Turner reiterates his inten tion of retiring from Federal politics next election. Mr. Reid, at Hie Master Builders1 ban quet last night, appealed to tlic electors to throw off apathy and vote solidly at next election. Considerable damage was done by a cyclone at Perth yesterday. Father McAuliffe, parish priest at Cess nock, was attacked by two men, in tbe budi, evidently with- the dcBign of rob bery. One presented a revolver, and the other stabbed him in the chest He suc ceeded in escaping, LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon. To-morrow's cricket team mil be selec ted from Grace, McLaren, Fry, Warner, Jessop, George* Bellam, l'oidevan, Rob son, Odell, Brearley, Lawton, and Scwell. Weather forecast is favorable. An American admiral1, O'Xeil, a high authority on gunnery,, says that the Bri tish have no cause for alarm respecting theif naval ...

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

GENERAL NEWS. LiN'iEVt'TCH reports tbat 011' Satur day night two Russian forces, at tacking simultaneously.eipelled the Japanese from five positions and oc cuoied Tune-hu-siang. The Russian religious reforms have been received with enthusiasm as heralding the concession of poli tical liberty. It^ is alleged th»t no religious relief will be granted to the Jews. A conflict has occurred between the troops and the strikers at Czen tochaan, four people beiiig killed and 20 wounded. Boer leaders are dissatisfied with the Transvaal Constitution, but they will participate in the elections. A meeting Of Boers at Heidelberg ad versely criticised the Constitution, regretting the many restrictions, which implied distrust of the people. In Boer circles it is believed that if a protest is made when the Liberal Government is in office, representa tive government will be instantly conceded. A tornado has destroyed the city of Laredo, on the Rio Grande, in Texas, killing 100 people and injur ing man...

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

Cbe Qneaitbcyan Header Who is it speaks of defeat? I tell' you a cause like ours Is greater, than defeat can knew ; It is the power of powers.! As surely as the earth rolls romur, As surely as the golden sun Brings the great sea-wave Must our cause be won. — Frakcis Adams.

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

NOTICE. JVEST desires to notify tbat he HAS . NOT DISPOSED OF HIS BUTCH ERING BUSINESS, and has no intention of doing so. All overdue accounts- must be settled' by the isth ihst. j. WEST, Wholesale and' Retail Butclu r.. Queaiib*yanr April 4/05. What about a Nice Chesterfield ? That Garment which above alleUiers provides Warmth,. Comfort,. and Elegance: ? We are snowing: upwards of 50 Choice Designs end Beautiful Colorings iii Vene tians, Meltons,. Pilots, and Beavers, also special makes of linings to match in silks satins, fancychecks, etc. As we are mak ing these coats a special feature this sea son we- ihwite inspection;, reeling assured that the HIGH VALUES offered will -merit your Ocder-. Price* from 50/ upward.. G. F. PEECIVAI, MERCHANT TAILOR,. Next McPherson's Hotel.. PRESS NOTICE.. IN order toavoid misunderstanding and disappointment,.il is hereby notified that unless Uie customary Press Passes be previously sent to the Office, no repre sentative from this journal will atte...

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

MAUEEBN O'SHEA: ' Like a lea( in the autumn I'm fadtn' away, An* 'til all for the lore o' yon, Maureen O'Sheal The Banshee herself it reheanin' the oroon That mart etartle ye aU with ita wsmln' note toon I' Ojh ! that hair, black n night, down ja white nook that flows. An' those lipe that outrival the red of the row; An' that etep, like the fawn't on the heather clsd height, Are afore my eight ever, by day an' by eight; Share I hear her tweet roioein the lilt o' the trees When they're fanned into muiio by breath of the breeze ; An' those eyes o' yoort, Maureen I— were ever such eyes Given Ooleen afore, bar the dwelt in the ikies f When I Bit on the rath, or atray by the ethrame, Every bird that 1 hear is rapeatin' jei same; An' the bright ethrame itself, at it dances 'long, Has the sweet name of Maureen refrain of ita soDg ! I hare thatched tbe old home with the new wheaten straw ; Ad' my riot his been fixed by the rint fi.in'law; All ! don't leave me die !— Weigh, aithoreen the sin...

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

POETRY, — to;— . 1 LABK8. All day In exquisite air Toe song slomb w invisible (Utr, Flight on flight, storey on storey, Into the dazzling glory. There m no bird, only ? tinging, Up in the glory, climbing aid ringing, Like a small golden cloud at eren, Trembling 'twiit earth and heaTen. I taw no atairoan winding, winding, Up in the dazzle, sapphire and blinding, Yet round by round, in exquisite all, The long vent up the stair. ~*£ashabot Ttvav.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. Accident to Mr. W. Savage. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 5 May 1905

LOCAL NEWS. Accident to Mr. W. Savage. By wire on Wednesday news reached Queanbeyan of a serious accident to Mr. W. Savage. With two other men, he was engaged in drilling in the Peak's Silver Mines at Burraga, when a charge, evidently left in one of the holes, exploded. Mr. Savage had his hand terribly injured, and he was conveyed to the Caraden Cottage Hospital, where it was found necessary to amputate the arm. His companions escaped with only a shock. Mr. Savage (who is a mar ried man) is a son of Mrs. J. Savage, of Queanbeyan.

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

CfOOMA. [From the ExPRKSS.l The Labor League at Ada minaby continues to increase its membership roll, having over -;o members. The country between Cooma and Berrydale is looking very dry for this time of the year. Jockey W. Henderson, who had his leg broken at last Cooma races, has been granted ^25 from the distresssed Jock eys' Fund. In No 1 ' Tattersalls ' Sweep on the Sydney Cup, Mr. B. Witton, of Delegate, drew third horse, worth ^750. No assistant police officer has yet been appointed to; Nimity fcelle to fill the vacany caused' by the death of Constable Hennessy about six weeks ago.' Last Wednesday^ Mr. Fore man «f,Moriiya=was united In1 matrimony - to * Miss Kate Ward, thira eldest daughter pf Mr.and Mrs J, Ward of Nume ralla. At the Police Court on Mon- day Alfred Lewis summoned Richard Thurbon for the de tention of a horse. The bench ordered that-defendant hand over the horse by noon on the Sth May, and pay £1/1/ pro fessional costs and 4/10 costs of court, in default 7 day...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905

A shorthand 4vpemnr^ii«uaringoul- eight inches by'B»ven;.*nd four inches high, basreoently hetm-vaiehtei; Ji Is DoteelcfB, cheap, «nd writes in lines on a roll of paper, (he beginning and end of etch lino working Bucomnlcallv.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905

1 1 - 6cmlcmcn ! * ; m ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I Your Attention for a Moment I We beg- to advise the I Arrival of our NEW | STOCK of I ' ??-:-. . ...- . ^ a Olrrthinp1 T I I is ^/Ivf VI III Ig, ? m We have the Best Qualities and Latest Styles IlsT ALL 3TOTJ ZR/EQITTR/IE. Our ClKSicrfklds, Oilskin Coats, and macintoshes Are just die 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. 15,000 Patterns to select from. Shirts, ties, Sweaters, Boots, Sox, and Underwear I3ST IEIETIDXjIESS TABIBTY. it's a Pleasure to see You / come in, for we can satisfy the taste of alii We have the Right Stuff and Right Prices! . . . ®®®®® WnnfffW RfOV VV 1/Uy?svl: l/lw*

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KILLING OFF THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905

KILLING OFF THE NATIVES. The troubles in tie Society Islands be tween the French and Raiateans appear to have .at last bocu terminated by Ihe killing vjr tranenorticB: of the natives to Now Oale* donis. By last mail received from the Fiji Islsnds the Governor of French Oceania had sent one more expedition lo the Island, and suppressed J7 natives. The unfortunate Queen appealed to tho British Resident in iUralcmg to interfere ; but, of course, bo . could not do eo. Information has now been received by telegraph tlat eho and a comber of her picple have been ixiled. The treat ment .to which tho isbabitsntB of RaiBtcn have been subjected by French official) at Tahiti reflects no credit on the latter.

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