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HOUSEKEEPER CREAM OF BARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

HOUSEKEEPER CREAM OF BABLEx*. V Wash ilb barley w successive waters, rj/7' bing it between the hands uutfl the wsT runs pff dear. Parboil ttnd drain, ahdpnrta/^ a saucepan witt * quart of weak vad /broUi ; simmer four hours;' return to a saucepan and add one quart of boiling milk and a tablespoonful of butter, with seasonings to taste. This soup is delightfully changed by the addition of any cooked vegetables cut in dice of several kinds in oqual proportions.

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 — 12 May 1905

€ftc Qucanbeyait Ceadcr .. ? ji ? ? ? Who is it speaks of defeat? I tell you a cause like ours is greater than defeat can know ; It is the power of powers ! A!' surely as the earth rolls rounri, &s surely as the golden sun Brings the great sea-wave ?. Must our cause be won. —Francis .Adams.

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

THAKWA. ? 4 [From a Correspondent] A VERY successful picnic was held at Tharwa on Saturday last, in connection with like Public School. The attendance was large, numbering about 200. A very good luncheon was provided on the ground by the parents of the scholars. ? The sports management was left iu the hands of Messrs: E; Plena, R. J, Dunn, H. Old field, and F. H. Kiiigsel^ and the events were carried out in a very successful and methodi cal manner. Mr. Cunningham ver}' kindty allowed the use of his paddock 'for the picnic. The following were, the chief events : Boys' Race, 14 years and under. E. Oldfield. .:. ... 1 E. White-. ? 2 Girls' Race, 14 years and.under.. D. OldfieJd ? 1. G. White ? 2 Boys' Race, 12 years and- under- J. White ? 1 J. Cregan ... .„ 2. Girls' Race, is years and under.. P. White ? 1 A. Paske ..: ... 2 Girls' Race, 6 years and under.. E. Paske ? l A. Sheedy. ? 2 Vodng Indies' Race. jjliss 'Matthews .-... n MissDtEdlingtbrj.... 2 Voijno Men's' Sack: F. H. Kingsell...

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

LITERATURE. There ,'fe -omothlng ongenial, there- is a Httor t&ta left wheTV$a«$joW *&? books-* lomr oomedy of roguery, mnanness, seiashneaa, intrigue, and. affecfion: Bakes rofflan-, bailies, parasites, ior|une;*mtW, adrentaren;. woman W tiuFnuSHvel; and men who cheat and cringe, pass before asm one tooesaht prooeasTonT orSbW^he' weak and making fo61i»tto-g«£7^7^ Whatls thematter with orittoismf Why oM^nTT ^^JLty^d?^ S^^tW^o^S? alnoedtr goes out; and otiOoIsm is%n»me danger of perishing from tbe ubiquitous in fluenoejf&odiqM. Unless a man bis the oonraffe'lo Jmep nla jydgmanjt clear from the prejudioea of his frienda/lie^ajmot be a slu oenDiitlc; anSitisipeoorntog harder every & 5fab^a^ut»Wy\ora^ tie world sj'it ii, andaspeoiallyofUietemPcnteaone; bat hoto/aoe with th. adruioe of «|'«£«|^«- enooh, or a sudden aooeaaion of TarmWel temperature, or the addition of jome mw eonstitusnt to the atmosphere, or a new too more deadly disease tacfilna, f« 'nWf^...

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

FARM SOILS OF AUSTRALIA. The soils from Devonian and carboniferous rocks of Victoria give fair pasturage. Tho limestone tracts support a good soil, and in the greater part of the southern portion of the colony, a toil derived from a yellow sandstone contains a large proportion of phosphoric acid, aud is highly productive. v/u we .DHrranooe nms anu western part dis tricts the roil is deep and exoeedinirly fertile, rhe Cape Otwny ranges are unsurpassed iu the colony as a timber.preducing district. In the district occupied by tertiary formations the soil is sandy on a subsoil of day. On and aronod the margins of flooded ground the soil is a rich, black, eaudy peat, well adapted for agriculture. A rich soil is almost invariably accompanied by. a luxuriant growth of lightwood (Aoaolamelanoxylon). The nortttwert tertiary exes, is mtWy covered with a dense growth of mallee scrub (Eucalyptus dumosi, E. oleosa), etc. The post-pliocene and alluvial formations in variably afford (rood soils, e...

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

SELECTING A HIVB. It is during the winter that bee-keepers should prepare their hives for the ooming sprinir. Now oomes the question, Which hire ii the beat? Of course there is no doubt that the hive must have movable frames, sines this hive is acknowledged by every body as the bust, and, In foot, tho only one with whioh all the fndispensible operations of the apiary may be performed. Bnt there are several sizes aud forms of frames and hives extensively mod to this country; the suspended or banging Langstroth frame, whtoh is the standard frame of Amer ica, the sire of which is 17 6-8 Inches In length by 9i in height; the Qtunby hang frame differs from the Langstroth byltssiio only, whioh is 18} by 114 ; tho square of Amerioan frame, Ii 6-8 by 12 6-8 : theequare G&Uirafaune, U{ hj 11}. I have tried three four styles, not with one or two hives of each, but on quantities, and with the Quinby frames I hove ob tained the best results, not only in honey, but in wintering tho bees ...

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

Men's anpoys' Suits! TheseXines we are doing better%an ever, both ready made »d made to order, at IiowesftPrices. ffe® ? 1 1300 Patterns tolchoose from. (feme and See Them. Hayes ad Russell AMERICAN DBKIfiY iMtaNK WFWSKR^SsW^opentOT at NorihW^bdoAe Dentol Hospital), Wishes to draw the attention of the Public of thisgDistrict 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 : ' 60MI WOtt *PMl» ftr.lll*.' 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 aftereffects, such as faintness or swelling. If anybody can prove that we cannot do this, we will forfeit ^io/io/,;tolhe Quean beyan Hospital. The mixture we use is made by ourselves, and besides not con...

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

THE QUEANBEYAN LEADER Th» Dtmocntic Nmipaper ol The SouthtrnTablelatiaa.-sy Printed& Published ercryTuesda)' ano° Fridar «t XOVABO-BCSBK, QVMAMBarAX. In the Slatt ol New Soulh Wales, by the Propri etor, HENKV KDMUKD HOIXAHD. STJBSCsEPTIOIir : Per Year in advance - - Ten SntlHnga. Booked, Twelve Shillings. CASCAfcS-FIrst Inch, 2/6. Each succeedlng Inch, U~. Threclnsettlonalorpncetodvo. STANDING CONTRACTS— By special arrange ment. DistrictJWrcctory. OaV^Consnlt this Directory before male ing your purchases. Jam. Pike, Konara-ttrect. Maxwell and Woodger, Monara-street. Ji. C. Harris, Auctioneer, etc, Qncanbeyaan. Boarding EttabUthinoiiU. Mrs. Hunday, ' Kdrfnaldt,' Wonato-street. Misses Keele, Salnurst Hook, 266 ElUabeth-st., Sydney, Bear Redfetn Hallway Station. Mrs. K Count, La Vista, CluTord-st, Gonlbum. BuMtrs art Contractor*. B. Ronsnd, Macquold-street. Butchers. T, Flanagan, Bungcndorc. BlcrdM. Ked Bird Bicycles. O. F. PerdvaJ, local agents. Ceach and Bujoy BuBsars. w. Sno...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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SELECTED VERSE. Autumn Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

$*? SELECTED VERSE. j*5 Antuu Sain. What a music in the falling of the steady autumn rain As it murmurs through the woodland in a monotone refrain ! When it rattle, rattle, rattles Like a thousand fairy battles On the yellow autumn carpets to the pip ing of a Fan, With a rata-plata, rata-plata, plan plan plan. What a music in the falling of the steady autumn rain When it marches o'er the city to a mili tary strain I How it clamor, clamor, clamors, With a million tiny hammers, While the spirit of November marches in the plashy van To the rata-plata, rata-plata, plan plan plan. What a music in the falling of the steady When it dances on the barn above the bins of yellov grain ! How it jingles o'er the shingles And its melody commingles In an anthem of thanksgiving as the weary husbandman Hears the rata plata, rata plata, plan plan plan. Oh, the sleep-compelling music of the falling autumn rain As it rushes from the roof and splashes on the window pane. What a street and soothing lulli...

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

*%*%%-if.*%%%%y.%%x-if.*-)f.r)tx%M*-. 1 A World Elsewhere! *. ? 4 The recent attack on the po lice at Waihi, N.Z., was stayed by the president of the Miners' Union appealing to the crowd. * * * The figures in connection with the carriage of wheat on the railways show that the quantity being received at Bar ling Harbor is gradually fall ing off. Last week 17,580 bags came to hand, as com pared with 34,492 for the corresponding week of last year. So far there have been received for the present season 1i433»7°7 feags as against 1,927,660 for a similar period of the previous season. The quantity of this season's wheat shipped amounts to 975,927 bags, aud 119,464 bags are still in the shed. At South Ballina, a little daughter of D. Souter was shot by her brother, through the accidental discharge of a pea rifle. Her condition is serious. ¥ » * A fishing skiff capsized at Newcastle on Saturday, and two of the four occupants — Frank Wilson, a miner, and William Sneddon, a boy — were drowned...

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

PAR* SOLS. A ypsr ago an epidemic, of blue umbrellas with blue bandies resembling lapis lazuli swept orer the country. Never had so many umbrellas of precisely the nme appearance been seen, and a great deal of hard feeling has been displayed injmblic oonveyanoes by women rnrrrjig nnorellns so identical in every psniculor that iho maker could uot havo aisiinguHlicd Ulviorn thorn. These sane Mi:e umbrellas have worn remarkably well and are etill eairiod by many, but the new omw are so much proltier it will not be lougVfvreUutydiiiappeur. TU? newest onts are brigtit red with natural wood hiudle or with Mirer top at tie end of tlie handle on which the monogram ia engraved. It has laken women » lone time to realize tho advisability of dreeauig in » bocinJi:g «ay on niny days, bat they have awdkened to the fact of the importance of so doing and these red tunbrellM oast a very becoming dude otot any complexion, and are really very enlivening among the hosts of black brown and dull oclored ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CELEBRATE MAY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

TO CELEBRATE MAY 24. THE Mayor presided over a meeting held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday after noon to arrange for a May ,24th celebration. The attendance, which was only moderate, in cluded a number of ladies. The Mayor briefly ex plained the object of tlie gather ing. Mr,- Ling read a deparfmeutal communication re the matter. He moved that steps be taken to celebrate the day. Mr. Siebeit seconded the re solution, which was carrid. Mr. Ling moved — ' That a children's picnic be held.' The first couple of hours of the day would be devoted lo loyal ad dresses, etc., by the teachers, aud the children would then be free to take part in the picnic from about 11 a.m. One lady had already collected ^'2/10/ towards providing a prize list. Mr. E. W. Lesmond said that he had been instructed to ask if the present movement could be worked in conjunction with the Mclnnes Benefit, the committee for which had al ready made arrangements for sports tin May 24, with, a social and euchre part...

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

HOBBIES. The beauty books advise women to culti vate a liobby. Thor say that a person with a hobby keeps brigut eyes, rosy uuecVa uud in cxpi-csdion of auimutiott which in thna celvcs constitute beauty far beyond the period at ttbicb the hobbyleaa womon lose thute at tractions. Tho lest sort of hobby, the one which will Keep womon young longest and will afford them the most enjoyment during tho time is An intellectual ono. In this advanced day and generation most women have enough knowledge of various branches of learning to be able to chooe* one in which they will bo hone-tly interested. The impcrsoaul nature of study » somctbinir wblch ahonld rocom mead it. If one studies Frenoh or literature, or divwinto tho forgotten poets, or mikes a study of som* period of history, she is doing something whioh takee her mind completely away from hersdf, ber own worries^pleas urea, friends, foes and lovers. This is in itaelf a blearing and a beautifier. Noth ing produoes wrinklea and aigns of c...

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

An JJp*lo-bat« Btaaier. - Change 'bt Mr. j. W. Venajjles' advertisement was' received just after rfur first pages were worked, and will appearjin next issue. The work turned out. at' Mr. Venable's. establishment'- isf Af such -quality that the rd]l of his constituents is constantly' growing ; and his new stock ' of goods, just to hand, . in clude the roost Tip-tp^ate lines ever shown in Queanbeyan. He is doing a special line in rugs of all descriptions — for cows, horses, buggies,, etc.

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

FEED THE YOUNG STOCK. Lambs, colts and calves should be kept c intiuuously growing, wholhor they are in tended to be kept over winter, or raid in the fall. When they go into winter qunrtew the observer should be able to note their deck, fine, healthy, robust condition. Such growth c&u be obtained only by judicious manage ment And attention. Gt-ud pasture, pure wator, perhaps a little grain during the drouthy season, and frequent Baiting, are needed.

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

FARM ANJD GARDEN CALFS HEAD. Calf's head is delicious, prepared as fol lows : Split the heud, remove the brains and fatigue, waah well, and souk for two hours in cold wator ; boil it with the tongue and brains gently in plenty of water until quite tender. Four over the head pareley anil but tor made very thiok. Rub thu bruins through a sieve, add some chopped parsley, pepper, salt, and a hit of butter. Mix, and put i* round the tongue.

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

Z,ooal Brerltiea. The Mayor (Aid. H. J. S. Hun gerford) returned to town from Syd ney on Wednesday morning, after a prolonged holiday. Queanbeyan P. and A. Association will stand some .£50 to the good as a result of the recent Show. Constable Donnelly of Michdago has been promoted. At the Biuda Races, held on Eas ter Monday, the Dealer, carrying 9.5, won the big handicap ; he also annexed the Flying Handicap with lost up. The Queanbeyan labor league in tends holding a social on June 29. Full particulars will appear in a fu ture issue. ? . ? Reported that the Railway Hotel, Michelago, now conducted by Mr. West, is likely to change hands. Woods1 Great l'epjiermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never fails. 1/6 Mr. H. Holland, sen., has the contract in haijd /or repairs to Tbarwa public school. Dr. Burkitt (of Goulburn) has purchased privately from the execu tors of Carwoo'a Estate the well known Suffolk Punch stallion, 'The Swell.' ? The horse will be kept in the Winglelo district. For ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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A Slander Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

JL. Slander Cue* At the Yass District Court, Jere miah McAuliffe, of Jeir, sued Gor don Johnston for slander, damages being laid at ,£200. The words alleged to have been used by defen dant were: — 'Well, I've got McAuliffe at last, hung, strung and quartered, a clear case of sheep stealing ; I wouldn't take j£iooo to settle the case ; he went into one of my enclosed paddocks and took out ten sheep, which he claims, without my authority.' Evidence was given for plaintiff by William McCIung, Nat. Greig, Bismarck Walnisley, and J. McAuliffe. No evidence was tendered for the de fence. The judge awarded plain tiff /5. expenses of four witnesses, and costs on the lower scale.

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

THE MUNICIPAL MUDDLE. Tl}E affidavits inconection with the above are now -public property. Summarised they at^ to the follow ing effect : — ?.'??' Ernest Creamore Hincksman, of Queanbeyan, baUiff, declares that he is an alderman bf the Borough of Queanbeyan ; and, after formal declarations as to the date of the poll, returning officer, candidates, etc., affirms that 'James Byrne, of Queanbeyan, produce merchant, is entered in the municipal roll of the said borough, in force at the time of the said election,' as the owner of certain properties therein described aiid numbered 186, 187, 187A, 96 and 196, and as being entitled to three votes in. respect thereof. At the time of the said election, muni cipal rates upon the said properties numbered 186, 187 and 187A, to the amount of three pounds three shil lings and two pence were due and unpaid. The said James Byrne, nevertheless, recorded three votes at the said election.' ?' And further that 'Peter Mclnnes, of Quean beyan. wood carter,...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 12 May 1905

Business Change. T. H. Richardson _^-- BEGS to Announce that he lias pur chased the FRUIT & GREEN GROCERY BUSINESS of MR. M. LAZARUS, and mil carry on the same in conjunction -with his Hairdressing Busi ness. He. wishes to thank the general public for their kind support, and hopes for a continuance of their patronage. J.H.R.' will stock only Uve very best Fruits and Greengroceries. ' ' Don't forget the address— ITtEt Broota' BrtolBry Establishment* '?? ffOTIdK ?T . WEST-desires to notify thatheHAS tl.NOr DISPOSED OF HIS BUTCH ERINGBUSINESS; and has bo intention pmsgm----y---~. ??''. ???'?. Alr.pvef due .accounts must be settled br UieKthifist: ?'- ? Z'j: WEST, ' ;?'T. i? j.S.Wliolesaleand Retail Butcher.. » ?Qu&anbejan.Arril 4/03.

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