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Reid's Mine at [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
Enid's ISIae ai Srlaila'dalla. Tin: Briiidabslla Mine, wl:icli has b^?n in the hands of Mr. W. Reid — and which h.is been the subject of some co;-.s:jler:ib'.e litigation d'arinj; the past '14 years,' at a cost of .iiboin .£1000 to Mr. K.-id — h?.s a I . prospect ?)[ bL-ins cct^nsivcly de- j vsloped in the near future. Mr. j Reid has disposed of an interest in | the iTiine, for w'-ich ]w is !?» rociive ! -in eir.iivalcr.l to .£15x00. Ur.d;r; t'.:a r.cw arrang;ni^iit, a scraper ' p'ant— the i'-m o,* the kind in An;-- ' liaiia — :s lo i;e pi:t i;i by Xovemi-er. The tranr-fer in coiiiucli.in wiili tl:^ r.itcre.--'. so'.l :; to t.t';c- j-'ac; within .1 foiininht. An c-qurt r^xutiy we:ilcver the iir-oiiiri-.-j a::d ;i'ac.-'i it at a h-uli vri!i::i''io!-..' '.
GREEN TOMATO PRESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
OEEEN TOMATO PBESERVE. To one pound of fruit use three-quarters pound of granulated sugar. Allow one sliced lemon to two pounds of fruit, first tasting the white of the lemon to be sura it in not bitter. If bitter, use the yellow rind, grated or shared thia. and th« juiro. I'ut the mgtr ou with just water enough to meil it, odd the tomato and lemon, and cook gently until the tomnto ib tenner and transparent. Cut the j tomaioi» around in halves, and then quarter I tho halves. This shape is preferable to i-liues. Thin will keep without scaling, bat it is better to nut it in email ym, ai it is j to rich that ooly a little is wauted at a '
The New Federal Electorates. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
*he S«r-*«ieBa'3Btorto:rftt»«. ' ONKipf the jnpst ^important re sults ifjJiiageJtuimiy^ reaistribu-; tion m ^^mctoim^mii the : vMetropoSfen'^t^^ains^wo MrttiaUj^ome^omlMie^SunW: a^^^arpffie^Si broken up, and their remnants have been merged into one constituency. It is believed that Mr. Watson will abandon the Bland area altogether, and seek an electorate elsewhere. Under the new scheme New South Wales has of course 27 electorates instead of 26. The constitutional quota for each is an electoral list of 24,666. On this a margin of s ner cent, each way is allowed, so that Judge Murray had to see that his electorates contained, roughly, not less than 10,000 voters, and not j more than zS.ooo. Ivone of the j metropolitan constituencies contain less than 25,000 electors, while only two of the countrv divisions — tha Hunter and Newcastle — contains more than 24,000. In fact, many of the latter fall sq low as 21,000 odd, while in many city seals it will take 27,000 voters to return a mem be...
Bungendore Needlework Guild. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
Bnajendoro Heeaiework Guild. At the ninth annual meeting *6f the above, the report showed that the contributions had been as follows.;— Mrs. Forster Rutledge 252 garments, Mrs. Iveigh 63, Mrs. Cropper 57, Mrs. Julius Scott 51, Mrs. Shanahan 40, Mrs. Hume 32, Mrs. Deucbar ^Gordon 27, Miss Gordon 27, Miss Crace as; total, 571. The -distribution was as follows.': — Goulburri Hospital 30 garments, Goulburn ;City Mission 90,' Braidwpod Hospital 30, Biaid wobd Benevolent Society 30, Quean beyan Hospital 30, St. Joseph's Convent 50,, palish of Bungendore 132, parish -A Canberra '50, -parish of Windellimiuab, 'parish -A Lake Bathurst 37/ parish of Captain's Flat 49, -parish of St. Saviour^per Mrs. Scott) 25,. private distribution 7; total, ^71; ? ? ;; .-.'? ?; ? -
FARM AND GARDEN Calendar for May. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
I FARM AND GARDEN % ' B; A. LANSDOWNE, Seedsman, Gonlburn. Calendar for lEav. Tin-: soil is nou- in grand order for irnp ) ii:-;, ami '' lin-.c thonW Irc losl in ^ct. '. ?lint; in largi- areas of all suitable si-i-tls. ' Don't \k nfraiil to well and dee]:ly work i the suil, both in garjen and field. ' Tliu- '? rough cultivation alwavs repays, an 1 f.eJ j tin- ciops well with ni.-iiums an, I ferlil- I is.rs. All spare Rroun.I should I.c turned up roughly to mellow ami swctU-n In at- ! im,si here 'and frost. Sow in drills'anil Kive ijli-nly of room. Where permanent sown, the greatest care should biT taken to get pure, superior strains of seed. Cheap seed is only a waste of time, labor, ami money. Fertilizer drilled in with the seed is a cheap method. Conditions favor further mild weather, .1 good deal of tliuuik-ry periods, and some good rains. Frosts arc probable about or soon after the mi:l;lk- of the month, with, likely, a return of milder weithcr and sea winds. Rough westerly wind...
Death at Jeir. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
2-3ath at Jelr. This death took place on Tuesday of Mr. Samuel Connell, eldest son' of Mr. and Mrs. James Connell, of Down Hill, Jeir. The deceased who was a fine type of man, always popular and well thoucht of amons his surroundings, met with an acci dent some two years or more ago, which led to the amputation of his arm at the shoulder, and at the time hi» life was seriously endangered, only his physical strength sustaining him. But he never fu!!v recovcrec from the effects of the sickness and Joss of the arm, and of later time began to aiJ, and failed rapidly till the end came, at the age of 45 yrs. Very great svmnathv is felt and pv pressed for the respected Down Hill family in tbeif bereavement. — Yass Tbiuuxe.
Pilfered Paragraphs FROM OTHER PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
Pilfered Paragraphs] FHOHT OTHER PAPEKS. f Angora goat breeding is said to be povhig a great successs in the Wyalotig district. More than can be said of this dis trict, says the Bingara Tele graph. ' Goats ' are plenti ful, bul many of them are --- void of the intelligence of -.! ;: ordinavy angora! ::. :?. :j: The editor of the|Guyra Ar gus is said to be in for a good time. A generous fanner has hoisted a bucketful of big ' spuds ' into his stve — some of them weighing a couple of pounds each. New South Wales is two ;ind a half times the size of Lhe British Isles, Queensland is three times as large as the German Empire and Belgium put together. ??;. ??;?? :?/? A Stockport bricklayer in order to demonstrate the skill of the British workmen has it sued a challenge for the brick laying championship of the wo Id. He guarantees to lay 2oco bricks in eight hours. A judge's liver ir the most important mutter in the ad ministration of iust'.ce. Every Judge should be examined by a medical e...
A Captain's Flat Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
i. Ciyt^i^'a rii; n:ine. Tin-: UH-.v.'LicriiiK of the m.im i'li-.iii in llv? Coii.v.v.oJore mine. Cap tai-.i's l'lat, is stiil lwinjr carried out by th-i party under Mr. Orch^rJ. It is not ail dead work, however, as the water is innriicU out into other alxmboiicd pliarLs and workii:ps ar.d I sheets cf iron iinniersed in it are j transformed into 'copper after a j soakage of 24 hours. It is found I thai new iron absorbs the copper I much more readily than oid iron, | ami five tons of new sheet iron ar- j nvta on tlie grouiid the ether day. I 'J'hc sheets are one-tigth of an inch I thick, and are cut down and placed in the water in sn:a lerpieces. The iron ts imported for the purpose, and the copper absolutely eats it away, it is stated, after a due period 1 of immersion. The iron is cxtcn- ! sivelynsed at Hurraga copper mines. ! — Ikaidwooil Dispatch. j
LOCAL NEWS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
LGCAI. ETSWS. TTtitjjrr&aonT Eporte. I'iiilC'.? Hakdv. jtin., writes as f'l-W.s Tro ii Kivcr Vi.-v.-. Jiii'^j Cic-.-k : — ' 'J'iie remarks (i;i y.vjr rc-pua uf l!:e Tii.L^rano:^ ? Sjn-.ri- ? i .,i:-ei:!-::; t'ii: :i:.-ii'!i;:i luiii- ' Ut.-s, J tliiiik. :i~ki uiif.iir wlicii yo\; -:;.;j li:.u ;l:e whoU of t!i^ lmfs;s v.crj culv |it;._,l ;,, f,/;0,.v slKC].. S.t_::i'; thut ll'.e event wj-i for in^;.li.-!i luiTiitr-!. Rr.-i-'-'.-fa!, '.In jv;v f--r^j::rt-s uf Hr- l:ors2s cngaroM jii.-ii:':'j'l llicir li.iii^ brought into :-i-:iJi)j.-l-; ;.-;n. As to lilt IiiglisomiJ iiiS iiaiiiis :;iveii lli-; liorsrs on entcr in-.r. it i.i co:;;;r,n;i for a n:inic to be -f'tct-.-il a', r.-in'oui j-.!sl l.jr tlic time l^iii^-.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ : * Gentlemen ! « f . ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Your Attention for a Moment We beg- to advise the Arrival of our NEW STOCK of I We have the Best Qualities and I Latest Styles I ZEN' ALL 1TOTJ IR/IEQTTIIR/IE. 1 I I Our Chesterfields, Oilskin Coats, I and macintoshes I |g| Are just the thing for the Cold aud Wet Weather. We have |1| them good aud bad — that means cheap aud dear — and start to B* quote at 10/ and end up at 50/. I HATS. -JK Sixty Boxes, containing from 6 to 12 each. Every Size aud |f Shape, Make aud Quality — from the Worst to the Best. 1 1 Suits to Order \ I i 15,000 Patterns to select I from. I I $wm, ties, Sweaters, Boots, Sox, 1 and Underwear I I2ST BUDLESS VARIETY. I It's a Pleasure to see You B come in, for we can satisfy the taste ? of all! We have the Right Stuff and ? Right Prices!
REID THE TRAITOR! THE VERDICT OF AN ANTI-SOCIALIST LIST NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
REID THE TRAITOR! Tim VEKDICT OP AV AWrz-B03IA. list tzzwstjltzz'z. [?] To-lay Mr. G. H. Reid, Fed eral Premier, pienclies Ami Socialism without any kind of ! true insight. Mr. Reid r.lw;\ys ; had nii uin.-rr;::'' scent for t!ie ' small ]i,-ji:lieal pam^ uf tlic I liouv. The tricky -]y v.-ays of! politics are to him as familiar i :;s the b.brynlhiiie alloys and! lanes thai r. suspected London \ nnei uneacis wlu-11 lie dodyes ? the police. Mr. \V;:lson made ' :\ jircat l-'v.-.:ikT. He used tin- , y.-u:-d ' Six-uil.'^i!.' i:ot know-1 i:ig wh.U it ii:j.hil, and hr.jj-n^ ' tiiat hoik; il-c v.-.i:ild uiuicr- '? Maud its iii'j-.ort. l];;t the vu-y i mystery of t!;e thin;,- excited1 :-larm, :i:;d .Mr. Reid seized : tipu'.l this jj.-od, U'.'.oxpjcLed : card. l!c had lvc-ii with tvery 1 jr.iTU-, cajoling, ii'.lfijjniinV, ; I'.ircatejiiiij; for w'.ial Mipjioa ? he could 'ct in :uiv Quarter, i getting a good ria-iiy more Licks thr.u pronii-os. The rash ' Socialism ' decUtralioii cf Mr. Watson ...
Salmagundi [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
[Salmagundi- Guttcora/ The Junee Southern Cross is responsible for the following : 'Mr. Passlow has Silver Wyan dottes and pepper trees in pots for sale.' Nice for the Juuee lovers of the Render ' chuck ' to have poultry laid on at all times, uicely seasoned with pepper. How the deuce can they be sure that they are get ting the real Silver Wyan dottes ? Are they boiled with the feathers 011? Perhaps I am making a mistake in the kind of pot ! Maybe they are grown in pots, from the seed (or egg). This is a century of wonders, but I would remind thejunee man that Yankee land has the sole rights for marvels of that kind. * * * Queanbeyan P.P. Board has decided to have an Inspector of its own. For some 3Tears, Queanbeyan aud Yass have, on the joint system, shared one between them, but after next month we are to have one of our very own. Who will he be ? Now don't all speak at once ! In fancy, I see a pile of applications from all sorts and conditions of men, the pre dominating quota bein...
PEARS FOR PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
PEAKS FOR PBOFIT. Some grow too many kinds of fruit to make much profit from orchids or gardens. Find out (he one partioulir kind that cu/ts tho soil, anaplut that largely. There are whit inijr be osiloi one apple men. I know one who__ hu planted hundreds of Cox's uiMgeHpnin spplos. He planted only* 'J» tjoftot, and found them do so well gat he took up more land and planted that kind only, nt ht now wishes heari more bui. This taiWj always letohes the top prioe in the market, and then will nevei betoo many. It Is true the trw dost Dot prosper ou wet, cola land, but on deep, warm loams an acre of it would b» a fortune fort working nun. But, to eev«t to pears for profit, the beat variety to plant is certainly Doyenne duOomloe. Plant pyramid! on the Estook. 10ft. to 12ft. apart, and after have bsro planted 4 years lift carefully _. ^^-»^gth«r-^ontttotl»mt»llr. Tbu to (hem grow and bear slither wifi, «4 « U»» beat heavy crop, feed on tie sur ' face with rioh ton.arsssing, sou to keep Ih...
A World Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
| A World Elsewherel LinieviTch lias forbidden his officers the use of luxurious railway carriages on the Trans Siberiau Hue. This order in creases the transport facilities for troops. * ??-?? * The New Zealand Rugby Union has decided to send the team of footballers for Britain to Sydney. * 3 $ A fireman named David Wallace fell from a train, which was travelling at the rate of 25 miles an hour, be tween Orange and Molong. i He'sustained coucussiou of the brain.' :S $ « Mr. William Bass purchased the thoroughbred stallion Cyl lene, by Bona Vista from Ar cadia. The price is stated at I 30,000 guineas. * :ii * The Chicago teamster strike | is- extending. Bricks were j thrown at the negro workers, ! but the police, by firing ball | cartridges, forced the strikers to j retire. * * * As the result of a tornado ! which struck the town of | Marquette, in Kansas (U.S.A.), 30 persons were killed and 120 injured. An earthquake at Bauda Abbas, in Persia, caused 250 yards of a mountain behind t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
THEQUEANBEYAN LEADER The Democratic Newspaper of The Southern Tablelands, ?». ITi-.itcdtc I'ublislicd every Tuesday nnd I'ridoy ot MOSABO-STEEET, QUEAZTSETAS'. inMie Slnttot Nc\r South WbIcs, by Hie Propri K-C Year in advance - - Ten Shillings. Booked, Twelve Shillings. CASUALS-l-irst Inch, 2/6. ISacli succeeding inch, 1/-. Three Ingenious (ori-nce;ol In. STANDING CONTKACTS-lly special nrruuRC Disf rict^lrectory. £jff'Consult tbis Directory before i?iak inc vour purchases. Auctioneers. Ids. Pike, Monnro-btrect. 'Maxwell mid Woodger, Mouaro-slrcet. 1 :. C. llnrrii. Aiictlminr, etc., gueaiilieyaen. Boarding Establishments. llrs. Mundoy, ' Kilvinside,' Mo.mro-slrcet. Misses Kcete, Bmhwrsl House, 26S Wizalielh-Bt., Kvilucv. nctir Kedfcrn Knilwny Slatiou. Mrs.' it Count, I.a Vista, Clirtord-sl., Goullnirn. Builders and Contractors. I-:. Holland, Macouoid-slrect. Butchers. T. V'lanagau, tlungendorc. Bicycles. Red Dird nicycles. G. F. l'ercix-al, local agents. Coach mil Bugs) Builders. W. ...
SELECTED VERSE. THEIR LITTLE BOY BLUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
?««? SELECTED VERSE. ^5 THEIE LITTLE SOY BLUE. The lilUe toy dog is covered with rust, Put sturdy and staunch he stands ; And the little toy soldier is red with rusl, And his musket moulds in his hands. Time was when the little -1or was new And the soldier was passing fair, And that was the lime when our Little Jioy Blue Kissed Ihcm aud pnt them there. ' Now, don't you go till Icouie,' he said, ' And don't you make any noise '.' So toddling off to his trundle bed He dreamt of the pretty toys. And as he was dreaming, an anjjcl song Awakened our little Hoy Blue— Oh! the yc:irs are ni.iuv, llic years arc long Hut the little toy friends are true. Aye, fai-Jiful to Little Buy Blue they stand, liach in the same old place, Awaiting the touch of a little haii.-l, The smile of a little face. j And they wundcr, as wailing those long ': years through, In tliv dust of that little i -lmi. , What has lK-come of our I.iule I!oy Blue .Since he kissed them and put them there.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
WkQBQ Edia.es we &i*e doing9 better than ever, both ready made and made to order, at laowest Prices. 1300 Patterns to choose from. Come and See Them. ARflERICArDEWiSTRY! FOB THE AT7BT3AMAB' PEOPLE I I JLV. -C\_. .JLL- CVXVAVJLJL^ *O in conjunction with ? \V. W. HARKINS (late1 operator at North Melbourne Dental Hospital), Wishes to draw the attention of the Public of ibis 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 : ' 6»6d lUOrH SpeaftS for TtSClf.' There fore, when in need of the Dentist, ask advice from some of R. A. HARKINS' Patients. You are then sure to become oue 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 faiutness or swelling. If anybody can prove that we cannot do this, we will forfeit ,£10/10/ to the Quean beyan ...
AMONGST VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
AMCmaST VEGETABLES. . Wharwat, bsoaoM the soil hu become hud, water lies on the aortaoe let ths Surf AoekS^VlT taA«5»'ith . f irk ??wwjb vhhih pm out n we satamn. tfa« ggOgTM t& ««t Uh*J£&& ?^* ff hiTe iom'-.;' ths loose nil dawn to ths stems of thesU&U to beta to» them firm, «nd protect from h.'rt frost. If tbe mild weather It wductni nranins nut yrt lifted to pusbgreirtbirTiytlTgood Jrtan to get the roots ointiulf liftS 3»f taj ctre in aaolng to sot to injure t&em with spade orjbrlr, ud then rub than oVir so as *fn!S^i.12w 3&fw-? *l*y-r«™'*r ™-t ™iUp«f'w^g.pfota;Of 3ho %»5&s,t4hm !M™5 'I*11**?,?*' hteV&i tfcrader ut*r jR'**«C 'f»4--*e.-krli«nSrest;r »^«t^Jiee|i'hVm^u^fKltfiiuddt™if.
THE FIRST CONSUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 16 May 1905
THE FIEST CONSUL. Just before the review began we saw several uniforms ascend the stairs, one of whom, whose helmet Seemed entirely of gold, wieKugcnedeBeaubimais. A few minutes afterwards there was a rush of nffioers down the stairs, and among them I saw a short, pale man, with his hat in his hand, who re. ?enabled Lord Erakine in profile. But, though my friend whispered, ? C'est lui,' did not oomprehend that! beheld Bonaparte tfll I saw h&n stand *loae at the gate. In another moment he was on his horse, while I, tremDlbur with emotion, gated on him intently, endeavoring to. commit each expreenre . .sharply -chiselled feature to ironory, contrasting also with admiration hia email; simple bat, mlorued with nothing but ?aUtas-tii.mlored cockade,- aid Ma blue cost, guiltless of gold embroidery; ;wilh ths mlenJiffsJiorwnlinb of the offlceri who -tol. low*aam;«*t»' ? / ? -v-' ,..- ?; Afcle»^^^r,«naea,-too yoon for me. /=Tee*!ntS0oninl sprang, from his horse. jfWe thr*w,oj)en onr...