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Short Story. MARTIN THE SHEPHERD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 9 May 1905

Sborf Story, JtfATCTlN THE SHEPHERD. The tore, Uafless trees in the littlo dell (or dene, locally speaking) croaked and grained in the sad winter wind, and the watere of the burn foamed and fretted anont the great gray boulders continuously. Aflnu red sun scarce managed to pierce through too prevailing grayneai, and masses of blue-etaog cloud lay low upon tne horizon. Any one familiar with the distant— that wild, bleak, barron country contiguous to tho Chuviot range-would have known in srinolivdy thatW weather was in store, that tbe long-expected snow would make Its appearance ore long. Between Ihe fitful iraste of wind there was something solemn mid impressive in the aspeot of nature in the heavv lifeless atmosphere ; something that suggested a breatuless waiting for the com 'SloanwhUo the soattcred flocks of ehenp moved in a leisurely fashion along the stoop sides of the fells, and a pair oMovers UnKorod in the dene, too absorbed in tbeirown in*ii[nincwt portion of the world's bus...

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

HERE WE ARE! With ^KkTri^ Indent Parcel of IRONMONGERY, CUTLERY, TOOLS, Our 4^£ ^*1 1 Workmen's Outfits, etc., per s.s. SIERRA. ^*_^P. C. HILL & SON. ^. Having met with such approval and success in^ their previous indents of the Latest Goods, have now landed and opened up ANOTHEE LARGE SHIPMENT of the above Goods ! NOW ON VIEW ! NOW ON VIEW ! NOW ON VIEW ! ® Cutlery ! Cutlery ! Cutlery ! The Famous Stiletto Brand. Largest Assortment ever landed in Queanbeyan. Come and see our show of POCKET-KNIVES. The Shapes, Style, American Finish and Quality are worth going a long way to see. EVERY KNIFE GUARANTEED. Butchers' Knives and Steels, Scissors, Pruning Knives, Carvers, etc. O-TJ^TS I O-TJ3STS I O-TJ3STS I From the Best Makers. Try us for PEA RIFLES — something different from everybody else. (Winchesters, Hamil tons, Stevens Maynard ; Triggerless, and others.) We are the Agents for Peters' Sehii Smokeless CARTRIDGES, short and long. These Cartridges are much stronger and supesior...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STANDARD RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

STAND&BD BTOOTES. I wonder how many women make a fre quont use of gelatine in cooking, especially for dessert. Has it not seemed like a mys terious dish tbat was troublesome to make f The f act ia that manufacturers hare been im ? proving on gelatine, ao that a lovely dessert oan be made in this way : Soak one package of phosphate* gelatine (already aeEl) one half hoar in one olnt of oold water. AH one quart of hot wator and eighi ounces of sugar, stir till the gelatine is dissolved. Pour into a porcelain mold and let it stand ovet night. Serve alone, or with oream and sugar. Oould anything be easier than that, and here ia a dessert which two gentlemen pronounced perfect the other evening. Neither one had ever tasted a gelatine des sert before. One gentleman, who had been forbidden by his physician to eat ?tarchor sugar, declared that this gelatine woald bea boon to him, ainoe he oonld enjoy it when nnswaetened. - . . . .Taw people finish, tie meat comae of a dinner whose hu...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROILED OYSTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

BBOILED OTSTEES. Broiled oynters on toast are a luxury. Brain three dozen oysters on cloth ; season with sslt and pepper and drop in hot melted butter in a large, flat frying pan ; take out after a moment ; range on a hot, buttered, double gridiron, and broil lightly on both sides over a moderate fire ; lay ihem on thin toast and pour the butter from the frying pan over them.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia v. Netts. AUSTRALIA.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

AurtMliav.iTotti. Australia.— Firrt'itraings. Tnnnper,cOBtes,.bWaa»;:jt ._ ...? 6 HilLifyaas ... '.^If ? '_ ... 6 Npbte,c Iremonger, bWiu^t-; .;. ? ... (t Armstrong, bj. Gunn 'iStjE; -l~ . ~i™ Darling, c Iremonger, b J. Gunn ... 39 Hopkins, b Wass ? a McLeod, c Oatea, b Wass ? o Newland, not out ? 35 Cotter, c Jones, b J. Gunn ? 41 Howell, c G. Gunn, b J. Gunn ... 5 Sundries ? 4 Total .„ ? j88 Second Innings. Trumfcr, c Oates, b G. Gum ? 61 Duff, bj. Gunn ? 10 Hill, not out ? 40 Noble, not out ? 19 Sundries ? 3 Two wickets for ? 133 Notts.— Firet Innings. Jones, c Trumper, b Armstrong ... 72 Iremonger, c Trumper, b Cotter ... 5 G. Gunn, c Trumper, b Armstrong ... 41 J. Gunn, c Darling, b Armstrong ... 9 Dixon, b McLeod ? ... 6 Simpson, b Cotter ? 7 Hardstafi', c Cotter, b McLeod ... 38 Day, b Cotter, ... _ „. _. 1 Oates, c Cotter, b Armstrong- ? 7 -HaUam, notout, ._ ? __ ._ ... 11 Wass, absent, hnrt .„_„.«- Sundries „ ._ „ 11 Total ._ „ ? 219 Bowling Analysis.— Colter took three wic...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

HERE WE ARE! With ^%tl^ Iudent Parcel of IRONMONGERY, CUTLERY, TOOLS Our ^^ ^ | § Workmen's Outfits, etc., per s.s. SIERRA. ^*^P. C. HILL & «nv. ^ Having met with such approval and success in their previous indents of the Latest Goods, have now landed and opened up ANOTHEK LARGE SHIPMENT of the above Goods ! ? NOW ON VIEW 1 NOW ON VIEW I NOW ON VIEW ! Cutlery ! Cutlery ! Cutlery ! The Famous Stiletto Brand. Largest Assortment ever landed in Queanbeyan. Come and see our show of POCKET-KNIVES. The Shapes, Style, American Finish and Quality are worth going a long way to see. EVERY KNIFE GUARANTEED. Butchers' Knives and Steels, Scissors, Pruning Knives, Carvers, etc. G-Trnsrs 1 o-iJisrs 1 o-xrisrs i From the Best Makers. Try us for PEA RIFLES— something different from everybody else. (Winchesters, Hamil tons, Stevens Maynard ; Triggerless, and others.) We are the Agents for Peters' Semi Smokeless CARTRIDGES, short and long. These Cartridges are much stronger and supesior to othe...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. Australia v. Gentleman of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

CRICKET. ? -i i- ?? AuitralU r. Ontuiuii of laiUil. Following are 'the -scores in the above match, which when drawn stood greatly in favor of the Austra lians : ? ? ? Australians— First Innings. Trumper, b Brearly ? 2 Duff, c Robson, b Brearly '... 23 Hill, c McLaren, bjessop ... 87 Noble, c Warner, b Odell ... 60 Armstrong, c Robson, b Brearly 37 Gregory, c Poidevin, b Jessop o Darling, c McLaren, b pdell ... 23 Hopkins, c Odell, ;'b Brearly ... 28 M'Leod, bjessop ' ? o Kelly, notout ... ? ; ? 1 Cotter, c Odell, b Brearly ... 3 Sundries.! ... ... 6 Total ... .'.. ... 270 Second Innings. . Trumper, b Beldam ? 7 Duff , c Fry, b Brearly ? 38 Hill, b Brearly ...'.,...... ... 93 Darling, c La wton,T) Beldam... 65 Noble, c Poidevin, t Jessop ... 162 Gregory, b Beldam.-' ...' ... 1 Hopkins, b Brearly ::.'? ' ... 37' Armstrong, c Jessop, b Beldam - 14 M'Leod, not out ;.. ? 27 Kelly, c Warner, bBrearljfc ... 14 Cotter, bOdell. ..',.... ... 43 Sundries 't' ... ... 15 Total... (-... ... 526 G...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASTURES PROTECTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

PASTURES PROTECTION BOARD. At last week's sitting of the above, there were present: Messrs. W.F. Riitledge (chair), C. H. McKeahnie, Jas. McCar thy, R. Moore, J. M. Mclntosh, N. Powell, andj. Cunningham. Correspondence was received asunder: \ From F. Campbell, notifying that he is about to wire . net a portion of Yarralumla estate, and requesting permission to erect gates across three roads. — As the Board had no power to deal with the request, it was decided, on the motion 'of Messrs. Powell and Cunning ham, that the matter be recom mended to be Land Board with a request for'its favorable con sideration, and that Mr. Camp bell be advised how to proceed further. From the Lands Dept, re the appointment of a separate in spector for Queanbeyan. Yass had not yet furnished, returns of revenues and disbursements asked for long, since, and already supplied by Quean beyan. — A discussion took place, in which the chairman charged the Yass Board witK deliberately attempting to frus trate the ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Salmagundi [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

Salmagundi By r Cuticuni * : The Australian eleven have opened their English cricket tour, and have played their first match, which, though a draw is virtually a victory. Australian interest in the Russo-Jap war naturally dwindles, and if Toeo and the Russian Admiral with the unpronounceable name do not meet aud settle their little differences very shortly there is every likelihood that we will be too much engrossed in the cricket scores to notice who wins or how many runs (guns, I mean) he wins by. Perhaps they may con sider our feelings and prolong the game of hide-and-seek until the cricket tour is over, when we will have time to1 interest ourselves in war cable.*. * * * Some day we villagers will' awake to the truth that our lovely weir is not an unmixed blessing. Visitors have envied us our splendid bridge and useful (?) weir, aud we natur ally pride ourselves on possessing them ; but when we find an everyday increasing accumulation of sewage filth in our principal water supply...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CULTIVATION OF ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

CULTIVATION OF ORCHARDS. If orchards are to be made profitable, they must receive as good care as other crops. Good drainuge, natural or artificial, is e9 tentml to 6Ucocsa. Trees arc impatient of wt-t fe.-t. Well drained lands are drier in wet spoils ;m'l moi*t-!r in diy spells than other lands. They can op worked earlier in Bpriuir. (.mod tillage increases the available food Mipply of the soil and' also conservos its Trees should be made to send their roots deep into the »:«, in order to fortify them selves against drought. This is done by drainingtliesoilanii by ploughing the orchard rather dcop. This deep ploughing should begin the very year the true are set, and it should be con tinued every spring until the habit of the tree iu established. Moisture is retained in the upper soil by very frequent but shallow tillage, by means of which the surface of the land becomes a mulch for the soil beneath. Tillage should be begun just as soon as the ground is dry enough in epring. TBis ti...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN Calendar for May. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

FARM AND GARDEN \\ B- *. LMBWWNE, t—ttmn, Cn*.ra. g -|,Jn|,1|.'t'a'»'..anaiianl..a.J.J..«liimiat.ia.Jnl.Jn»,-l,u. CalnOax ft-r M»t. Tiih soil is now in grand order for crop ping, and no time should be lost in get ling in large areas of all suitable seeds. Don't he afraid to well and deeply work the soil, both in garden and field. Tho rough cultivation always repays, and feed the crops well with manures and fertil isers. All spare ground should be turned up roughly to mellow and sweeten by at mosphere and frost. Sow in drills and give plenty of room. Where permanent crops, such as lucerne or rye grass, are sown, the greatest care should be taken to get pure, .superior strains of seed. Cheap seed is only a waste of time, labor, and money. Fertilizer drilled in with the seed is a cheap method. Conditions favor further mild weather, a good deal of thundery periods, and some good rains. Frosts are probable about or soon after the middle of the month, with, likely, a return of milder weit...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦ ! - Gentlemen ! ^ ^ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Your Attention for a Moment We beg- to advise the Arrival of our NEW STOCK of S Winter I I Clothing ! I We have the Best Qualities and Latest Styles XET JLZLJL '5TOTJ IR,:EQ,TJ1=R,:E. Our Ckstcrfields, Oilskin Coats, ana macintoshes Are just the 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. 3ixty Boxes,' containing from 6 to 12 each. Every Size and Shape, Make and Quality — from the Worst to the Best Suits to Order ! i 15,000 Patterns to select from. l^rXo/voAilA3r Shirts, €ic$, Sweaters, Boots, Sox, and Underwear If s a Peasure to see ^»u come in, for we can satisfy the taste of all! We have the Right Stuff and Rip Prices!

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

FEATHERS. The production of feathers is expensive. When a fowl is nwultinir, shedding its old r.oat and growing its now coat of feathers, there is a grear drain upon thu system, so great that many fowls barely live through the prqcew, and some die. The hen*, after moulting, take a long rust before beginning the production of eggs, and if tb,ia be true of fowb-witb^a moderate length of feather, it is but reasonable to exucit that tb-vc which must give twice or thrice the amount of feathers, will have the nutriment that might gt- to tbe production of egj^s diverted to the production of feathers. Whether tbis bo tho true explanation or not, it seems to be a faot that those broods, which origiuslly wore cxoelleut layers, and havo been developed into immcuso masses of feathers through tho skill of fanciers, have ceased to be as prolific as formerly. The change from the Red Shanghai fa ths modern Buff Cochin has been an advance in* respeot to feather deve lopment, but a retrogression in r...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pilfered Paragraphs FROM OTHER PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

{Pilfered Paragraphs rxoic ossaa papbxs. John Haynes informs readers of the Newsletter how to preserve eggs. John is evi dently coming out next elec tion, and thinks to put the de cayed eggs off the market. * * c If Carruthers remains in power for six years several N.S.W. jobbing contractors will be able to retire from business. * * * A pun is a play upon words ; a punter is a person who plays upon birds — ' dead birds.' * * * ' All men are liars ' — no one can say what women are ; there is no adjective strong enough. * * * Euclid remarks that extremi ties of lines are points. Reid must be a line terminus, he is a bundle of points. * * . * The growing of temperance is amazing. There is hardly a coffee palace in Sydney that has not obtained or applied for a wine and spirit licence. * ♦ ? A Narrabri cat has been discovered suckling young rab bits. She was, of course, fat tening them for home con sumption. * * * The Japanese are now bit ten with Militarism. With the scabbard they have ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

The Oricinnl Cocoa nnd a Spec inltv. Uistinqiiisheil from all r.tlicru by its Jnvignralina Q11.1I itrcs, ntvl its Delicinm Flavour. Jt contains nil llie Kubetafirc of Ihc choicest nibs, and m;iint.-iiin iU Loulin- Position as the best form of Cocoa for ovcry-day use. EPPSS COCOA Even-body knows' tlinf Kith'*- Oc.i-.iA i* nit A-Iniir.il.le 7.K..1, tlio Nicest anil mot Nuiritiou* Bcrcnuic for the brufkf.wt table. It is jn.iJe ina1 moment \vilh- boiling water or milk, rmd ite Sustaining l'owor is Invaluable:

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SETTING HEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

THE SETTING HEN. . Usually when a hen begiiui to set, she shows all tbe signs of rig*br and active health, her movements being quiok and aotiro ; but after she has settled down closely fu her work of throe weeks' isolation at iacubitlou, she Iowa her bright disposition, become* poor ia flesh, sometimes being reduoed almost to a skeleton : when she ia determined to bat she sticks to her self-imposdd tonic verr c'oeely, only Wring once a day to fc-d, on 3 often, unless compelled to do so, nho will not leave at all. If a ben is noticed continually running off her nest, the chances arc tli.-tt lice have taken possession vf tlto . wt-t Persian insout powder should be du«tvdl iLruugh her feathers, and tlie nest and quartern tliuroughly cleaned as - ell as dusted with the powder.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

MR. L. BOSGARD, Dentist, arrives at j Queanbeyan on MONDAY EVEN ING, the 15th INST., staying one week. He may be consulted at FEDERAL CHAMBERRS,. MonarO' Street,, Queau beyan- ? , ? A SOCIAL WILL be heid in the Duntroon Wooeshbd on FRIDAY, 19th ?APRIL, in aid of the CANiEURA Public School Syllabus Fohd. Best of Music and Refreshments. TICKETS,.,)/. Ladies Invited. : D. MCDONALD, Teacher. The Annual Ball IN AID OF THE R. C. CHURCH, IMCHELAGO WEDNESDAY NEXT Promises to be a Huge Success. TICKETS, 7/6 and 5/. IT MAT BE You Cannot Afford To' plank down' spot cash just now for a High-elliss Tailor-made .Suit or. First-grade CbesterfieJd. If this ' is so,, you can now. obtain these or any other garment on our ^ ? i New, System of Easy Payment. Our. mission is to supply THE BEST tn IMS' BEST, and on the BEST TERMS enjo^r* y-W mean5^f having and Hill particulars on application^ G. F. PEECIVAL, MERCHANT TAILOR, N«tt McEherson.'s-- Hotel. Wanted Known ;mHAT W. E. OLDFIELD is. CASH ± BtfYERfor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

Sv*eUl A.dv«rtlsMa«nt«. NVBSE SMYTH, **TTTV*--*T*'t 'P'Tfp a -j- h.'j^ tADIES' B'ffBSE, HAS Comfortable. Accommodation for Ladies jlt 'Miss. iMTrisriDA-Y'S, mid is prepared to attend Ladies in their ?own homes in Town or Countrr. KEIj V INSIDE Boarding : Establishment. tT.nle'Kow, Sh«mrock. end Thlalle Hotel) MOKARO 9TREKT. QUEANBKYAS, Scar Hie Bridge. Moderate Oiirjcs. RetreihmenlJ at -ll Hours. Every Convenience for Country Visitors' ? ? -». Sood Stabling ftceommodi-Jon. -%, UBS. J. K1TSSAT, Proprieties*.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, ThursdaV Afternoon Is the Shires Bill to be introduced it is not proposed to give Shire Councils the power to borrow. Judge Murray has concluded the seats redistribution ? scheme for Federal electorates. He eliminates one country division, and creates two new metropolitan seat?, which _ gives N.S.W. an additional member. Riverina suffers most by absorption, while Bland and Canoblas each ex- ' perience a material change. It it likely that the State Parlia ment will meet on the 13th June. Charley, the Hindoo plague patient died at Grafton.- A death has aslo occurred at Brisbane. Mr. Crick, examined by the Lands Commission, said suth in sinuations as had . been made were all lies. He said he finally refused Sims' application on the finding of the Local Land Board.. U3ND0N, Wednesday Aftertioon. Strong Japanese forces are threat ening Linewitch's right. The Russians have 30,000 men between Baikel and.Vladivostock.. The Novoe Vremya violently attacks Stoseel and others...

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