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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
'?;-'s MdFys'Suits! ??'*??*'.*,***? T.rf ???? we are doing* ver, both ready made auJRmade to order, at .Lowest Rices. 1300 Patterns to moose from. Cciie and See Them. Hayes and Russell IXm _Cjl» -1 1.X1-LVJA.XJ-1 KJ in conjunction with ? W. W. HARKINS (late operator at North Melbourne Dental Hospital), Wishes to draw the attention of the Public of this District to the fact that he has now been 12 months a permanent resident, and has a surgery fitted in the latest American Style. His Motto has always been : ' 600d Work SpUMt f W Itttit' There fore, when in need of the Dentist, ask advice from some of R. A. HARKINS' Patients. You are then sure to become one of his Patients also, and as the prices are now the same as at Sydney you will be the gainer. ? ? We absolutely guarantee PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS at 2/ each, and without any after effects, such as faintness or swelling. If anybody can prove that we cannot do this, we will forfeit ,£10/10/ to the Quean beyan Hospital. The mixture we us...
EXPERIENCED WITH TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
EXPERIENCED WITH TABLES. Tbo hardships of the onisine were exper ienced in another form by a resident of this city who has been looking for a butler. The number of men out of work has made the recitation of qualifications desired in a ' help .rnntcd' advertisement a useless precaution. Men are willing ani anxious to try therlrhands it anything at all, and trait to luck in dis diurgiug the duties. It nil Hibernian who answered this gentleman's advertise ment. ? You know all about looking after a table, do your* he said. ? Oi do, eor,' was the prompt response. ' Oi hov hod experience in that same.' ? Where f 1 Wid the Washin't'n an' Georrudgetown railroad. Not only hov 01 tinded tho turn table, but Oi hov superintended the tolme. table.'
THE MUNICIPAL MUDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
THE MUNICIPAL KUDDLE. On Friday last, writs were Served on Aldertnfin Woodger and Downey, in connection with the above.- It is signifi cant that while it is claimed that the election ' is null and void, on account of alleged irregular voting, in the cases of Messrs. Downey and Wood ger, no action is taken against Mr. Atkinson, it being evident ly held that iis election is quite in order ! The documents are as under : , In the Supreme Court of New Sooth.Wai.es. In the matter of the application of Richard Moore, of Queanbeyan, in the State of New South Wales, grazier, for a rule or order calling upon Thomas Ernest Woodger, of Queanbeyan, aforesaid, merchant, ana Henry. Francis Downey, of Qucanb:yan, aforesaid,' illiard-room proprietor, why they 6hould not respectively be ousted of the office of Aldermen for the Borough of Queanbeyan aforesaid. And in the matter of the Municipalities Act, 1897. (Copy.) Order Nisi. Dated 4th day May, 1905. A. H. G ah raw ay, By METCA1.FE & DANGA...
HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
HOSPITAL MEETING. The regular. monthly. meeting was held on Friday last. ? ?'?? The president, Mr. F. Campbell, was in the chair, and other members present were: Messrs. Jt. J. Ander son, R. Hayes, S. Taylor,' Dunlop, D15.- Richardson and Blackall, and H. F. Downey, secretary.' The correspondence consisted of a communicatiop ^fnsm Sydney firms Te hospital lockers, and it 'was de cided to let the matter of purchase stand in abeyance until next month ly meeting. ?;'?'.. The finances of .tbe institution stood in credit : Building fund 16300, general fund £79/2/5. . ? ? ? ?- 'The sum of £\o was voted to the medical officers for the purchase of drugs and dressings. Theivjsiting committee's report was^eceived.Tand it was decided to fill the pit in, and have the ~ weeds within the hospital grounds, cut down as.soon as; possible Messrs. E. E./ Hudson and R. Hayes were appointed visiting com mittee for the ensaiug month. It was decided' ttiat the secretary make application |o the State Aid D...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
[?] [?] oi i*i.v-iiinip to on used io mines blc'to contain firedamp («p»'?a*»'*lj! ^K'ftX^^^jr^. Sinod byDsvV by enclosing the flameof the lamp in a chimney mad. of . and dojed at wo top wim, wus b»»»«. ? , . suoh b lamp is modi of brass, and care is takVn to soT«ure the gauze to the body that no opening larger than the meshes exists. VThcnauohalampis taken into an inllnm mablo atmosphere, Iho gas is lgni ed insjde the lamp, wnioh may thus be fiUod with ' out an explosion is avoided. Tho p^euce of burning ga; iu tho lamp thus 'crves to warn minors that the atmu.phero has become dangerous.
The £16 Bulky. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
*1m «ie Balky. At last meeting of the Show Com mitte, following on a recent sugges tion in The Leader, it was decided that at future shows the Committee shall reserve the right to auction any vehicle securing a prize in the above class. The discussion aiose out of the fact that the winner of the £16 sulky refused to sell the winning vehicle for that sum at the late Show.
THE FORTY-TON [?]HAMMER AT WOOLWICH ARSENAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
THE FORTV-T0N (HAMMER AT WOOLWICH ARSENAL. One of the most striking sights in the (orgesst Woolwich is that oTthe »!-iw-»k»m hammer,. The largest of ftese is the i' «- ion hammer.' of which the felling portion, or ^r^b^f^oS irt^yt^fe« blow is equal to what it would be if tte hammer Sll of itself from a height of eighty tot It XT *» I''' imagined, that an enormous framework is' requ?red to surtam aloft the ponderous mass. This is forme. tho base covers an area of 12.° '»t..B«aa™' »nd the entire structure weighs 660 tons. But to Bopport this strnotare, the ™'fr Wei-rhhig in itself over IU0 tons-and the rrenUdons blows of the hammer, founda Uonsol the usual magnitude are reauoed. ^., ? :.n kin^ira nf iron weiffhinfr in thesKrogato some (,50 ton! ; the largest of Seso hloSs weigh no le» than 100 tons Bosides iU this iron, there are timber and 'mirsteto a depth of about 30 feet under grouud.
Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
Sill. Clnb. A committee meeting of the Rifle Club- was held on Saturday night. Mr. J. Feagan was elected treasurer in place of Mr. T. E. Woodger, resigned. The committee decided to have six shootings for June quarter, amount of prizes J64/15/, same, conditions as last matches. Mr. J. Feagan donated a guinea for special aggregate prize for best three shootings out of the six. The following amounts were paid for last quarter's prizes : H. Beatty, .£1/15/ ; J. Feagan, £1 ; A. Gibbs, 10/ ; J. Beatty, 10/ ; A. Fallick. 5/ ; R. R. Moore, 2/6 ; A. Fagan, 2/6. Messrs. Fagan.JFal lick, aud Lesmond were appointed handicappers.
Local Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
Soul Brevities. Meeting on May 10 re ' Empire Day.' Mr. Gerald Massey has disposed of his hurdle racer, Avoudale, for the sum of 175 guineas. Avon dale's future home will be Wist Australia. Mr. Massey will probably be the purchaser of Glen. ffcOri Thursday night last heavy rain fell in Queanbeyan 112 points being registered. A storm was threaten ing as we went to press last evening. Mr. Gribble's racehorse, Glen, is likely to change owners during the present week.' — /
CONGRATULATIONS STILL IN ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
CONGRATULATIONS STILL IN ORDER. ?I learned to-day that you ara engaged to lfi« Gargoyle,' raid Gilgil to Pellican, ' Let uo offer my concrralulations.' 'You areatrinnlate, Gilgal. I was on nagod to her sororal weoks ago, but the en gagement has bran broken off. ' You don't soy so ' oxdaimsJ Gilgal, en thuaasticiiUy. ' Tbcn I must still insist upon congratulating you.'
Sports for May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
Sport. -for K»7 a*.. A VERY worthy-movement tfiat is now on foot locally is the organising of a benefit for Mr. j. Mclnness, of Uriarra, who has been invalided for the past 9 months as a result of blood poisoning sustained while shearing. Mr. Mel lines has been an inmate of both the Yassand Queanbsyan Hos pitals, and is now under private treatment in town. The case is most deserving, and the movement is being taken up very willingly. It is proposed that the benefit shall take the form of bicycle and other sports on the day named, with a euchre party and social in the Pro testant Hall at night.
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
Football. At Mcjannett's Royal Hotel, Bungendore, on Wednesday even ing, a largely attended meeting was held to form a local football club. Mr. J. J. Mcjannett was elected pres-.dsnt, Mr. Guy secretary, Mr. Alien treasurer, and Mr. Seage wee president. Thirty members gave in their names, in addition to a^ num ber of honorary members, and a se lection, committee was 1 appointed., ' Wednesday and Saturday afternoons werechosed for 'practice, and ^ the entrance fee was fixed at one shilling. The first- match 'will probably' be - played qn. May 24 orjjirie 3. '-' It is reported that a Tramway Depart-* memt team' would be glad, to ...fix* a date on which to visit Bungen~ dore. ... ?'.-.
Land Office Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
[?] Ok Thursday last the following applications were received at the local land office :— Chas. W. Hyles, C.P., 90 acres, parish Amungula, county Murray ; Chas. W. Hyles, C.L.( 273 acres, parish Amungula, county Murray; Walter Ginn, C.L., 43 acres, parish Goorooyaroo, county Murray. On April 27 : John McLaughlin, C.L., 285 acres, parish Mayarro, county Cowley. R. Mc Innes, C.I'., 40 acres, parish Amun gula, county Murray, R. Mclnnes. C.P., 120 acres, parish Amungula, county Murray.
Business Change. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905
BnsinesB Change. Mr. J. H. Richardson has pur chased the fruit and confectionery lately carried on by Mr. M. Lazarus, and announces that he will carry on the same in conjunction with his hairdressing business, next Brook's saddlery establishment. He purposes carrying the very best stocks of fruits, confectionery, soft drinks, etc.