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ROAD TENDERS ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
• ROAD TENDERS ACCEPTED. Tas tenders hereafter mentioned have been accepted& for road work in the Queanbeyan district :--Qeanbeyan tq Gininderra 9 t?en. deirs lowest Ilarmsn and Cooper, .£58/6/, highest £125 ; Queanbeyan to Gudgenby, 8 tendeis; low est W. Weekes. £71/2/7,highest £137/5/; Goulburn to Cooma, 9 tenders, lowest iH. J. Murphy, £67/9/, highest £108/15/; Queanbeyan to Brindabella, 9 .tenders, lowest W. Wbekes £63/3/6, highest £98/S/s. .
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
RIFLE SQOOTINCG. Ta first rife match of a series of. five was shot off last Saturday. The first prize (7s) I was won by Captain Hungerford, and the second (s) by Secoretary Lesmonif: Only eight members were present. Following are the scores : a- boaot4 - . Oyds soyds -x4aed. Tat4 O?pt, Hungerford 80 20 ?a 650 Sec. Isesmood: .17 23 8 48 J. Fagan . 21 2 47 H. Beatty ": - 3 8 4 9 E. Earnshaw " SO 18 7 46 A. Gibbs 16 -17.. 19 45T Tom Woodger 17 17 -4 42 R. Fallick 13 22 - 4 -89. The pextmatch will be shot on Saturday next---400 and 500 yards. AB twasanona eorrespondensin riferring to the team of girl rockleyites representing these districts at presentin Sydney compet ing agalast metropolitan players says : "I From a private letter received the south erners are doing good work. On Sa'turdav they played Gore Hill team and won by ?9 runs, Sadie Brown top score with 42 ran . On Monday they met another team at Chatswnoo, an4 were again victorious, win nine by son innings and pt runs, Marie A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
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A HARDY PONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
A HARDY PONY. A FrEN?o gives the fo lowing particulars of a big journey done by a pony :-" About 35 years ago Mr. David Warden, of Ulladulla, rode a mouse coloured Japanese pony a _90 mile journey in one day. This pony was only 42 inches high (10 hands 2 inches), and the trip Mr. Warden did on him. was from Ulladulls to Shoalhaven and back, the dis tance being 4.5 miles each way. Mr. Warden rode to snmmon a doctor to attend-a member of his family," 8. S. Journal.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
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ROAD VERSUS RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
ROAD VERSUS RAILWAY. COnSUQUaLT on the increased railway freight on goods, Bathurst storekeepers have com menced to have their goods carted by teams from Sydney. Two heavily laden waggons .with ten and a hall tons and ten and a quarter tons respectively arrived recently. The teams took sit days todothe journey. It is said that by this means a saving of nearly one half the charges on the railway is effeoted. Three teams loaded for Orange passed through Bathurst. Itteems curious that the railway can be out out by a slow going horse team.
SHOCKING DEATH OF A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
SHOOKENG.DEATHEI OF A UBIlsD. A snocRgto cart accident occurred on Thturs. day afternoon at Morehead-street, Redeorn, the victim; being a little, boy named William Patrick Farrell. He resided with his par.. ants in Elizabetb.street, Redfern, and went for a ride with his father, who is a green grocer. By some means the unufrtudiate. little fellow fell off the vehicl, and the wheels passed over his stomach, inflicting severe internal injuries The horse was irqme~jately roeqght to a staqdstill, and Mr. Farrell, on picking up hi' son, fotund t?at 'ie was again placed in the cart, and driven to the residence of Dr, -Oooley, in Oleveland street. ' While there the child, who was three and's half years of age, sucoumbed to his injuries.
THE UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
T HE UPPER HOUSE. CoGoNiar344oc :-" The. Upper House is composed of some of the ablest men in Neir South Wales; men whoseii ervices are wijrth £50 per diA, bita who' give their high talents free to their country." Why does Colonel hLok"y estimate the value of their services at exactly £50 a day ? Why not £40, or £51 or £50 1/10 P The Colonel should explali how he arrives at the preoise value of th.,se high taleuts which are given free to a oonu try which would he inestimably better off without them.
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. HARD QUESTIONS ANSWERED. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
Open Column. The public are al ed to express their opinions in this Column provi :in all co reponde woa is sine I by tle writer-not neeearily for publicatiol At the same time, we wish it t b: clearly understood that we do not endorse the opaniou of those who so make use of It Editor Q.A. HARD QUESTIONS ANSWERED. TO THB EDITOR. Sa,--Having been greatly profited by the reading of a certain book which explains numerous perplexing problems, such as " Why Evil is permitted," " The fate of the Heathen," etc., and being anxiousthat others puzzled upon these matters should receive satisfying enplauations, I desire to make, through your valuable columns, the follow ing offer : I have secured a large quintity, and will send o.rs COPY FiRe to any of your readers who will apply, with promise to return after reading. This Book contains ovet a thous and scripture references, all beautifully hare monized. Thanking you, I am, yours &n., Mrs. H?mENNI?s, 33 Johnston St., Fitzroy, Victoria.
MAN BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
M.AN BURNT TO, DEAT.L A sa named Davidson, a visitor from Syd ney *hio camped ;ina --an empty :house in Connabarabran, was burnt to death last week 1i'o mates were campad in the same house. Davideon arose early and lit a fre. :It is supposed that he fell into the fire in a fit, as his mates, who were in the next room, did hot hear any :noise. :Davidon was .about twenty.five years of age. His body presen ted a gruesome spectacle when examined by the coronerts jnry in the afternoon. The face was burnt past recognition; and the. obtest and abdomen were absolutely cooked.
ARCHBISHOP KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
ABa~ BIS EOP KELLY. In connection with the projected vi4it of Archbibhop Kelly, the following programme has been handed us by the Rev. Father Hyland . . SA'TURDA.Y 24th, Arrival of Archbishop Kelly at 12. SUNDAY, Mass 8.30, 9.30, 11. Examin ation of chililran after last maes" MONDAY, Blessing,. of nea cemetery at Tharwa, at 2. 'clockt. . TUESDAY, onofirmation at Tuggerinong at 11i. WEDNESDAY, Contrmation in Qutano beyan at 2 30. - T R RSDAY, Visitation eooonvent soboole and departure for Miohelago at 2.
MYSTERIOUS TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
MYSTERIOUS TRIAGEDY. A TRouoer of a grue(mne character was die. coveredl' at Ararnt (Vio.) last Thtraday, Mioheal Walsh and his sister being found drowned. The circometances point to a ter rible aorime having been ommrnitted. Two brothers named EJward and Micheal Walsh with their sister Bridget, have for many years lived on a farm about eight miles from Ararat. Of late years they became eccentric and shut themselves off from all ueighbours and friends. A swanman called at the house and aaw the body of a woman lying on the path The police were informed and on in spection they found the body of Micheal Walsh floating in a dam close to the house. The body of the woman appeared to have been moved from the dam and partly covered with bags. A portion of the face and lower part of the chest had been eaten away. Dili gent search was made, but no tidings can be obtained of the whereabouts of lEdward Walsh, who was last seen about ten days ago when he went into Ararat. On searohing the house ...
A PITIFUL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
A PITIFUL STORY. A PrTIFUL story of poverty was told Jn the Prahran Court (Vio.) by a girl 13 years of age, who was charged with being a negleoted child. The unfortanate girl said that when she was turned out of the house where she was livm+ng she wentto her monther, who assisted in thei bar of at) hotel in theýcity, and was told by her parent to ' go into the park an'! eat grass.' The oase was adjourned, in order to secure the mother's attendanoe.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
OcljISTi4T i EUiADEAFQUR OQbjyE1 Tau delegates front various Christian on deavour 8ocieties held tb-1r thirteenth an nual convuetion in Goalbr.rn last week. There was a large attendance and a great amount of enthubnsiasm.was evinced by those present in the discussion of the large vol ume of business brought forward. TWe notice that among the representatives pre sent wer. the Rev. and Mrs. Winm. Stewart, of Qoeanbeyan, who were not reticent in airing their opinions. The Rev. W. Stewart spoke on behalf of the southern district, which he said worpld one day ye the crost important in the State, as it had been de decided that ihe f deral capital should 4e therp. IHe gave a very humorous addr -es. eT;peesing his grtjitude to Goulburn people for their welcome, and waxed very vigoroqs and earnest in urging the pe ple to shine for their Oaptain, Jesus Christ. Mrs Stewart in hei addrias said that if prayer meetings were to be of a good staolard the leaders need some training. She asked the wo...
GOLD IN SHEEP'S HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
GOiD) OI SEi P'S. HI&D3. Tas finding of traces of gold in the heed of of a colonial she-p served up for the dinner of a Bithnal Greei family recalls anrother discovery of a no less tantalising character, which aroused :widespreadjinteret injAmerion about seven years ago. 'T'his was the dis covery of gold in aea*water. The" find " was not confined to American waters. Pro fessor Liverside,iof Sydney University, con. ducted experiments here which showed that gold" existed in ,toe: water off. the ,J.S.W coast, in the proportion. of one-half to one grain per ton, or, in round numbers, from 130 to 260 tons of gold per cubic mile of water. Taking the contents of the whole ?cean to be approximately 400,000,000 cubic. miles, the gold, if uniformly present at the rate of one grain .er ton, would give her the grand total of 100,000,000,000 tons! All that was needed to convert this immense wealth into cash was a loadatone to seperate the gold from its solution. A Baptist clergy man of C...
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XVI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
The Story teller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CRFAPTER XVI.--coNTIrNUo. ' But I've a great favour to ask,' Mabel said, coming up and laying her hand on his arm, ' and I know Jack will not mind.' Jack wondered what she was going to say. .This strange girl was indeed taking up her new.role with completeness. ' I want you all to stay on here just as usual. Jack and I are your.g. I want to see the world before I come to livehere, so we shall travel for a little while, and when we come back it will be time enough to talk about our future plans. You see, Isball not be twenty-one for nearly two years, and Mr. West says that everything can't be quite settled until then, so I think it will be much better to wait, don'tyou? And meanwhile I shall be so glad' to think of you all happy here-I really could not bear to turn you out !' ' My dear, dear girl! my dear new daugh ter i' and Sir Hugh took her by the arm and kissed her lovingly. Mabel blushed. She had always liked the old Baronet better than the ot...
FEDERAL CENSURE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
FEllLALU OEUSURE MOTION. MR. WATsoN gave notice list week that he would move in the lioue,'of Representatives to-day that the present Administration does not -possess.the cunfideice of this House. The House adjourned till to-day on the-mb tion of the Prime Minister. The news of the S.result of the motion is expecte. at this office 'mediatlye aft it is known iij'felbonrne and may be seen posted on our dodt.
The Yass Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
Thie Yass Show. .IT is estimated that ov.r, 4,,)00pepplo were -. presentat the thirtytuird. anonal ?how 'of the Yass Pastoral and Agrioiilitiras.Associa tion, held last Thursaiay and Friaay. . The weather was deUgltful and, th'?g6ti'und was ii. sp indiid .oider. S'everal tieatibeyan people were preeeiinit and tibhe looal" exhibits, 'taken on a whble,' werti verTiy doessful. In. the sheep section the Gun'kahleeb Ebtate'was awarded first prize for ram 2-j.years, in un" housed::' rction; 3rd for 'ram, hogget ; 3rd fdor ewe 6ve rl year' ; 2nd fo 'rem 2.years medium and 'strong;p'1ft fior ewe l.? '. -year; ard 2nd for medium combing .ram, -' -Mr.. O 'G. Ball : was:awarded - the.prinoipal prizese. Gungahleern:Estate was also awarded first -in the Champion.Prize.sectiqu o~r unhonsed fine wool ram ; and second for p n,,each of 8 rams and 3 ewes, .21 years ;,atd:nnder. Mr Gerald Massy's War God was awarded 'econd' prize in the thoroughblred .section, S'ithlHoprigal' Brothers' Sir Robert fire...
The State's Future Land Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
The State's uture Land Policy. TO3i Minister for Lands, Mr. Ashton, on nFr?i4aJight addree;ed his constituents at Gopli?tr, and,ai the course of , 'long speech outlined the policy of the government in regard to the legislation for an' kdminiatra tion'orithe?lande of the State. After point Ing'?sit th'?t the'btitr'oingpoliey of the pas must practicallyt ajbe, bh'sNid i he ,timeh had, now arri'ved when the people mnast depend upon 'heir'own offorts todevelop. the oouRn try's natural resources. Having arrived a' 1 that stage, it woo pbviouse that they .us, turn .their:. attentinn to land rnadtlers.' ]:i; Goeperomrnt, of which be was a member recognis'd that in this as well Oa in other countri a, national; as well " as -individun' pragress' and 'p ospetity --were' dependent upon th,? multiplcatibou of thew.>ettlera on the Taid under liberal and enoudraging oon ditionsuf occupation, and.it iwould be th e duty'ot:tLe Government to.,work, towards that end :.' 'ho Minister for laanda sta...
FROFIT IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 20 September 1904
FROFIT IN PIGS. PIG-RArsI-G is a very profitable industry in Christchurch at pr. sent. One pig farmer brought intorthe Christchurch market re cently two or three litters, comp;istug thirty two pigs, from eight to ten weeks old, and went away with a cheque for £39, represent - ing the proceeds of the agle. Another men obtained the splendid price of 27/6 for eight weeks-old animals.-New Zealand exchange.