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Church of England Ball. BRILLIANT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 September 1904

Church of England Ball. BRILLIANT SUCCESS. Tax inclement appeArance of the elements on Wednesday evening was evidently not accountable for many disappointments with those having in view a night's enjoyment at the Church of England Ball. The large gathering, unprecedented for many years, numbering eighty one couples, continued to arrive from eight o'clock in the evening till ten o'clock at night, when the hall was so crowded that scarcely moving-room was available. From the gallery, which was literally packed with onlookers, the spectator behold a pleasant aspect. Towar-s the floor could be seen a sea of heads, over whom hung hundreds of small paper flags suspended in various directions, while at the stage-end of the ball was erected a large mirror surrounded by wattle blossoms, upon which shone the glare of a lamp, rendering the scene a comparative moonlight picture. The decorations were the subject of many words of praise, and reflected much to the credit of the gentlemen who under...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 30 September 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. 0 In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s Gi It ,, Bubscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -0 p THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. TWO FAMOUS REMEDIES. Din. SOUTHiA'S GOUT & RifEUIATIC PILLS Are a safe and efibettve Cure for Gout, Rheuma tism, Rhemtlic ue't, belatles, Tic Doloreaux and Rheumatic $take to It* Mead and Feae. They are quick In their estion and wonderful In effect. b.a.. N11e0 am i IN mw at SA s5, pen fe. v:=.. ROSE'S CELEBRATED EYE LOTION Known throughout Australasia as a safe and complete Remedy for all EYE Complaints. std by all Ohemeito and Storekeepers. Sele Proprietors and Manufacturers H. A. ROSE & CO., Chemists, 531 George St,, Sydney. Correspondence Invited. The only Pharmacy open Day and Night. TwO TE:AssB-. LBILLY''& GOLDENIA' YOU know " BILLY" TEA of course. Everybody who is anybody, knows "BILLY," It has been the standard drink of Australians for half a century. "BILLY" Is the King of ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. MICAWBER'S DECENDANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

a MR. MIOAW1BER'S DECENDANTS. * No nineteenth century personage has bequeathed l a more numerous progeny to the twentieth cen* tury than Mr. Wilkins Mioawber, the man who was always "Jwaiting for something to turn up." a As with the progenitor, so with the progeny s they turn up nothing themselves, but wait for something to turn up. Theirs is a career of patience. They live upon hope and die fasting. Mr. Cecil Rhodes was in no way related to the Micawber family. Be went to South Africa to make his fortune, and not being content to wait r util something turned up, turned up something ] himself, and a very good turn up it was, viz., 3 diamonds. When Mr. Rhodes left England to to seek his fortune he had youth on his side, but not good health. How he succeeded in winning e good health and an immense fortune all the world knows. But note that the good health came frat. That in the natural, the inevitable order: health'first, and wealth second, third, e fourth, perhaps not at all-but heal...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Application for Wine License. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

Application for Wine License. A txcN interest was displayed at the Oourt House this morning whet. the application of Mr P. 0. Hill for a colonial wine license was opened before a Licensing Banch consisting of Dr. Blackall and Mr. F. Campbell, Js.P. Mr Woodward appeared for the applicant, and Mr. Garraway appeared on behalf of the local branch of Good remplar., and 95 persons, whose signatures were attached to a peittion. Sergeant Willis opposed the application. Mr. Hill was first called, and stated that he was not aware of there being any demand for a wine shop. In cross-examination by Mr. Garraway ap plicant stated that his son signed the application on hie behalf. His residence was at Balmain. In reply to the Sergeant he stated that there was a wine license at Kempsey but it was not run in connection with his store. He had no share in the proceeds. Ii this license were granted he would share in the proceeds. David M.artoa, an a nployee of Messrs. P. G. Hill & Son , gave ev...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

Rifl9 Shooting. Tas third mateh of a serie of five for prises of 7. and 9., first and second respeotively, was shot off at the butts on Saturday afternoon. The saores were as follo.-s : Shootrs sOOyds -' 40yds Hand.' Total Capt. Hungerford 33 28 so. 6L J. Beatty 28 .19 7 56 H. Beatty 27 22 4 53 A'. Gibbs 2t 11 20 ,.. 52 B Gibbs 24 - 15 13 52 E. Earnshaw 20S 0 12 52 Sea. Lesmond 2L 17 10 48 J Ieag-in 25 8 4 37 Thos. Woodger 18 15 14 42 E. Moore' 2 8 10 40 Next match to be shot on Saturday next-at 700 yards and 800 yards.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

SOME COMFORT. Ti?Ran is always some comfort to be derived from the discovery that if yoa are pretty bad -ourself others are worse than you are. That being so, the State of New South Wales will be able to obtain some feelings of satisfaction from the oircumstances that if its electoral arrangements generally are in a very bad -wayo they are at least no worse, and are pro bably better, than those of West Australia. There, a revision of the rolls has disclosed the fact that there are in some cases more than twice as many namzes on electoral rolls than those having a right to be there. At East Perth, there were at last election 7000 names on the roll, MSid it now seems that only a few boeer 3000 ought to have been there.. The electorates of West Australia seem indeed to have reached the happy condition of certain T"l*ik constituencies in the early part of last century, when nobody dies, no one left the electorate, and the natural increase of popu lation was in a satisfactory contrast to...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Trout Fishing Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

The Trout Fishing Season. ° Wi are Informed by the local honorary Inspec. t4ar of inland fisheries, Mr. John Gale, J.P., that in aooordance with part of his duties he has been inspeuting the Queenbeyan River above town with a view of testing the extent of the presence of trout. It is well.knowu, that for years past the river near its source teems with rainbow trout, some of them of large sizei. The result of tl'e inspection is highly satisfactory ; the river is reported to be abound, ing in trout downwards te within a few miles of the town. Two specimens were taken by the t Inspector, and were found to be in prime eqardi ,tion, havine quite recovered in strength and. firmness of fldish from the spawning season. It is Mr. Gale's intention to make further investi gations both in the Quesnbeyan River below the town ansd in the Molonglo River. We understand that several trout have already been caught by anglers fishing for cod and perch. The open season begins on the let November, and a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

FURNITURE MONEY SAVED FOR . " "" '" - COUNTRY RESIDENTS I DRAWING-ROOM SUITE. In Eilk Tapestry and Plush, compris We challenge ANY Furniture Firm to sell m h Pair, and tworm Chairs, two the same qualities as these at the same prices. Chair, Walnt irsemand tel, BOccasional "' Nuff sea ! ' GIae, Inlaid Octagon Centre Table, Inlaid Corner Whatnot, and Side ' -h i s =Table .................... ... £8 8/0.1 _ DINING ROOM SUITE. BEDROOM SUILE. Two Easy Chairs, 6 Carved Bach Comp-rising Wardrobe, Carved Pen. Chairs, and Large Couch, all Sprinl elm and Bevel-Ghlas Door ; Del, seated and Upholstered in Leather. Drawer, Duchesse Toilet Chest, Bevel SIDEBOARD, with bevel O ass ic Glins Attached lao. OVERlMANTEL and Dininc Washstand, with Marble Top and Table ........................... £10 10/0 Bevel G'ass Lack, P-dental Cuphoard, I'owel Rails, and 2 Carved Back _ Chairs, Walnut Colour ......... £9 9/0 DOUBLE BEDSTEAD. O1D ERSFull Size, Parisian Top, Braes Rails DR PACa EE nd Spindles in Footr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

Local and General. PtiBLICchools resumed duties yesterday. THEER was a heavy frost on Sunday morn ing. YESTERDAY (Eight Hour Day) was a great day in the city. THE State Budget will be delivered in the Assembly to-morrow. NOTE Mr. E. 0. Moore's agricultural machinery advertisement. By the end of this week the no-confidence verdict should be told. THE baud will render an absolutely new programme of music in Monaro-street on Thursday night next. 1T is rumoured that " Jack" Want is a member of the syndicate that rune Adams' Sweeps. Tun late heavy frosts have destroyed the budding fruit trees in a large number of places in this district. TiE Minister for Lands says that two or three proposals in connection with closer settlement are under consideration. Mi. JAs. PRICE, of Cootamundra, has been engaged to attend the Braidwood Spring Meeting and do all the handicapping. FURTHER heavy rains have fallen in the north of Queensland . At Townsville the fall on Saturday night totalled 340 points...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Notices. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

Church Notlees. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9. SCnUaca of ENGLAND.--Queanbeyan 11 a.m and 7.30 p.m.-Rev. W. M. White, Minister, Canberra 11 a.m.; Lanyon 3.30 p.m., Rev. P. G Smith, M.A.. Minister. METHODIST. - Queanbeyan 11 a.m. and ° 7.30p.m.-Mr. J. Gale ; Wattle Park 11 asI. M -Mr. G. Southwell; Wattle Park 7 p.m., Mr. J. K. Kilby; Woodfield 3 p.m.-Meassr e E. Davis, G. Shumack and N. Southwell.-. a Rev. W. Stewart, Minister. PRESrrtERIAN. - Queanbeyan 11 a.m. " The Adorable Saviour." 7.30 p.m. " The Unpardonable Sin." Canberra 3 p.m.; ° Booromba, Wednesday (October 5); Exposi' t tion Service, Thursday 7.30 p.m.--Rev. J. o Fussell, Minister. S ROMAN CAUOLtic-Queanbeyan at 8.30 a.m ; Tuggranong at 11 a.m.-Rev. Father e Hyland, Priest. . Russia has ordered eleven destroyers and e four cruisers from Franoc. h Over 170,000 bags of wheat are still 'e stored at stations on the western line. Q In the Balranald district the crops are backward, and badly need rain. Is A bare drive at The Rook, Cooms, ...

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The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XVIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CILAPT'ER XVIII.-ooNTINUD. ` Who is ,he ?' ' A cousin, a certain Miss Tronton.' ' Pretty ?' ' You will be able, to judge of that your self. She is sltaying with me and will be down in a few minuteP.' 'I hope he's happy I' I wonder he did no write and tell me of his engagement. ' Al, by the way, yes, he and you were great friends, were you not? I think I re member he used to ban great deal with you when you arnd he were at Nice last year. Hi is an inteoresting man, only to my mind a little bit of a prig.' We worn very great friends,' AIr. Pon scnby replied. ' I don't think him at all a prig, but then I knew him very well, perhaps better than any one. Ours has been a friendship of years.' Of course I It wes so stupid of me to fnr get!' said Lady Gosport, while rejoining within herself that she was able to give her companion a had quartar of an hour, and hoping that Mabel, on her appearance would look very nice. ' ;T suppose that he is very much in lo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

MEN WOMEN T a as good for women as for men. Women often times need ,a vializing tonic. - Wolfe's Schnapps has always been ; fine thing for "tired" and pulferinc women. Wolfe's Schnapps is in old honest all-round tonic beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. ASK FOR Wolfe's Schnapps and TAKE NOTHING ELSE. to De THE STUD. rd i TO STAND THIS SEASON AT QUEAN BEYAN AND TRAVEL THE a, FURROUNDING DISTRICT, THE THOROUOGHBRED STALLION- - COOLANGATTA. O* n OOLANGATTA is a beautiful bright cheat nut horse, 8 years old, standing 15 hands e- 3 inches high, and was bred by Elliott Bros., Id Berry. COOLANGATTA is by Southern Star, 'd by Trump Card, dam Inazells by Lottery by ad Deerfoot .by New Warrior. Inazella's dam al. Violetta by Cossack, etc., (see stud book). )n COOLANGATTA took first prize at Braid ed wood and Nowra shows (also first at Quean beyan and Cooma shows this year for blood horse and horse adapted for getting cavalry remounts) is and he is jus...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DO FOXES KILL LAMBS ? [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

DO FOXES KILL LAMBS? "IT is all bunkum," writes a Gobarralong sorrespondent, " to talk about the destruo tion of lambs by foxes. I have paid parti o lar notice to ttEe fox this year -- watched him playing about among the ewes and lambs several times, and in no instance have I seen him interfere with the sheep. I must: have ocular demonstration or satisfactory information that the for kills lambs before II'llondemin him. I know of. one settler in a neighbouring district who complained of the foxes killing his lambs; but, he could not catch them at the business. That man bas sinee changed his opinion, and now says the want of grass was the cause of the death of his, lambs. When you hear of foxes killing some settler's lambs don't believe it' at all, but pub it down to starvation or some other cause." And hero is another opinion Sfexpresedd a few days ago by an experienced shbetp.man residing nearer than 'Gobarra long, who has control of many thousands of sheep :-" We have suffered no-...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

WANTED, *A GOOD STRONG GIRL. Aply-An. qui.UbegaA. SO -*otel qusnbe~etl £50 Reward. W E the undersigned, collectively offer the above REWARD of FIFTY. POUNDS (£50) to be distributed amongst persons SECURING, by private intormation or otherwise, THE CONVICTION OF ANY PERSON oR PERSONS STEALING ESBEEP CATTLE, OR HORSES, the property of any of the undersigned, in onnnvctio with the undermeationed Station or Properties :- BRANDS. SHEEP. CATTLE. HORSES. 'PFas. TAI. L-L L. THOS. RUTLEDGE, Oarwool.... ... o0 O P. H. OSBORNE, Ourrandooley and Bcwylie GEORGE OSBORNE, Foxlow... ...... e 9 9 0 N. POWELL, Turalls, Bungendore ...AP . Trustees of the latei George Campbell, Duntroon C Trustees of the late E. K. Craes, Oungahleen... A d G ALEX. RYRIE, Micalago ...... J F. CAMPBELL, Yarralumla and Coolemine ... R. C.COOPER, Willeroo ... .. ... J. A W. WEBB, Urlarra...... ;... .. C. H. McKEARNIE, Booroomba bsOrorall... ®t A. . & .. CUNN INGH it, la ... ...._tr v JAMES McCARTHY, Glenwoodud Bedu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MATRIMONIAL ADVERTISEMENT AND WHAT CAME OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

A MATRIMONIAL ADVERTISEMENT A? . ANDJWHATCAME OF IT. AY the Metropolitan QuartetSeeaious on Tuesday a quiet-looking elderly Frenchman nanDmed Edward Pedro pleaded not guilty to k .ohrge that he did on August 1 last falsely pretend. to one Walter Richards that a cer. tain advertisement appearing in the Daily Telegraph of.July 29 was genuine, and that he was correspondent for the lady referred to therein, by means of which false pretence he did attempt to obtain the sum of 10s from Richards with intent to defraud. Accused was undefended. It appeared that acoused" adnlitted putting an. advertisement in the paper referred to, reading: " European ladj '2t; with about £1500 income, wishes to meet with'respectable gentleman, with view to matrimony, genuine E. P., Post offlie, Ale: ..:andri" Accused had also admitted receli ing eorrespondtncejn answer to the adver ,tisement.. Amongst those who replied was :.,,Walter Riobaris, a coal-n-inier,.ot Woonona'i who apparently believed that the adv...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Festered Wound and Old Sore. A MINER PRAISES ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

Festered W ound and Old Sore. A MINER PRAISES ZAM-IUK. eqI ix a wheeler lu the Burwood Mine," says Mr. George Curry, of Dudley, Newcastle, N. S.W., "and while at work 1 often knock my hands about. In the winter these sores fester and are very sore, and greatly handicap me in my occupation. I have tried several oint ments iu the hope of preventing the wounds feetering and to heal them quickly, some of ,which where fairly satisfactory others pratic ally useless. Seeing Zam-Bak advertised, I decided to give it a trial, and found that, at last, I had procured just the thing I required. Its healing action was prompt, and its ap plication prevented the wound festering. T?o years ago I struck my shin with a bill book, causing a nasty wound, which would not heal in spite of many treatments tried. When I found Zam-Buk so efficacious in cases of cuts and bruises, I hoped it might prove equally good in the case of my old wonnd. I accordingly applied Zam-Bak and within a very short period the w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

8UBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2e 2d per Quarter. S. g ,, (Country) 2e 64 ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontiune at any time. , THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Establiahed 1860. iDONT BE FOOLISR OOI IE~i'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR . ;MONEY on a bieycle t-)-t has no name S . " aind which will be always going out of . ? - . .o..... .. rder. WBY NOT BUY A S. RED BIRD -BICYCLE SFOR 1904. li.·- "A REAL UP-TO-DATE BICYCLE. .-?.:*-t?- ,-. - thbrtl FULLY GUAIRANTEED and w will LAST you FOR YFARS, no matte S " what sort of work 3on give it. ' f' -'--ntU-W T TO R o 0 US OR CALL ON- OUR,, I.OOAL A GENTS. YOU CAN buy oni: ' LONG kEAbY 1 EIJMS. )MALL DE: POSIT, payments rtP.de to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN . PART PAYMENT. C ',: nada' Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., sydney. IlllE G4OLD IICYCLE CO. t . a O RE tO N ' :; : .Oc,. AGENT, QUEANBEYAN... LARGEST STOOK OF SUNDRIES in town, at L.west. Prioes ,. . t . r S WO ITEIA.M I, 'BILLY'a'GOLDENI YOU kitow"BILLY" T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1904 P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 October 1904

WITH WHICH ARE INCORtPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungondore Mirror & CaPtain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY,. QOTOBER 4, 1904 P. and A. Association . A SPECIAL general meeting of the Qleanbeyan - Pastoral and Agricultural Asseiciatimn 'was hold. a t the School of Arts last Saturday afternoon , or the purpose of electing six comtpittee.ladies. ?,t. W. Pike was voted to the chair, besides who'~some fifteen members asre present. Some afloiulty was experienced in choosing, six ladies tosct on the committee, inasmuch as the motion auth1brising the addition of six ladies to the committee prevented any nominations from being handed in by other than thcee remrn bers- who had previously obtained the consent of. the ladies they desired to nominate, anid'at the same time was prepared to guarantee the amount of subscription rendering those ladies eligible to act on the committee. In conse quence cf the members not being forearmed a little confusion seemed to be evident when it was agreed that the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wonderful Work. LOTS LIKE IT BEING DONE RIGHT HERE IN QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

Wonderful Work. LOTS LIKE IT BEING DONE RIGHT HERE IN QUEANBEYAN. Queanbeyan people are seurprised at the work being done by " The Little Conqueror." Public expreesion on the subject brings the matter frequently before the people. At first there were many donbters ; and why not 7 So many olaims of a similar nature have been made with little or no backing excepting the word of some stranger residing in a far sway place ; this evidence was accepted for lack of better. Not necessary to accept it any longer. All suffererer from any kidney ill can find plenty of local, en dorsement for a remedy that will cure them. Surely the wonderful work of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills right here at home is proof sufflo lent to satisfy any sceptic. Read the express sion of one citizen on the subject. Mres Savage, Wanniaesa St., Queanbeyan, says :--I Doan's Backache Kidney Pills did me a great deal of good for a pain under the heart. ,It was a nasty burning sensation which used to attack.me quite sudde...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 7 October 1904

CHAPTER XIX. 'Bee, I want to speak to you,' said Lady Trenton, laying her band on her daughter's arm as she was leaving the dining-room. I have a letter here for you; it came this morning, but I kept it in my possession, as I wanted to ask you about it. You needn't be afraid,' as she watched the crimson colour and a look of annovanoe came over Bee's face, ' your letter is unopened. It is not my habit to read a letter addressed to my daugh ter or anyone else, but at the same time be fore handing it to you, you and I must come to an understanding. Philip Worthington has left this house just four days, and every morning since his departure you have re ceived a thick letter of this description in his handwriting. AllI want to ask you is this -What is he writing to you about ? Have l been so hard and so unkind a mother to you that you are afraid to tell me ? May I here in your presence open and read this letter addressed by a comparative stranger to my own child, or will you open and rea...

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