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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 14 October 1904

i THE CALL4GHAN . _ STYLE - BOOK. iV want you to see Use CAl.t.\r.IIAN SSTOCK. *, let its rend you onr STYI.KEBOOK. It Is an accurate reprenentaton of the srweest ales isn Ioot s a'"d Sleens. Wo weast you t') usnd a a ail-order. it8 should like you to see and feel for yourself the quaity of the. leathers in our goods. and thus realiae the honesty of purpose which characterfies their Ianutsfactasre. Send ftr our Style-Bonk. It wllt le mailed to you k'I?ElgB. It completely repruests the CALLAGIIAN ST?CK ,.N rA:PaR. Through our Mal-'order asytrm of chentrflly exchalnging goods or refulnding the money, distant et-t..mers rat hland'e sund FIT on OALLAGHAN BOOTS A.D) ahOES without beisng oompelled to buy. In d?aling with ua yos take no risk at all. ithe one thimg you are ure of is satiufactiou every timne. Write1 or the Style-Iook today. S odel no., s 26 225; Post Paid, 83/8. S"hoes safely to hand; nmi very pleased with them."-E. II , IDelegate. "I amn very well pleased with the Hoots; am...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XX.--co'rrI?oUD. Her train of thought was interrupted by the entrance of Mr. West. He sat down, and listened with interest to Mabel's account of all she had been doing. ' I am so disappointed that this tiresome, business will prevent my being married for such a long time,' she said regretfully, and Mr. West was strengthened in his conviction that Mabel was more in love with her cousin than she realised. 'You are in a great hurry,' he said, smil ing. 'I read somewhere the other day that a hasty marriage is like taking a plunge into hot or cold water, so I want to get the plunge over as quickly as possible, before I get afraid I And then, you know, though Ladi Gosport is very kind to me, I am rather lonely, and I shall be glad to have some one to take care of me. I think I shall be happy don't you ?' she asked with a wistful glance. -I think so-I hope so. The more I see -of Mr. Trenton, the more I like him. I am sorry-that your marsiage canno...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. MICAWBER'S DESCENDANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

MR. MICAWBER'S DESCEND&NTS. 4 No nineteenth hentury personage has bequeathed a more numerous progeny to the twentieth cen tury than Mr. Wilkins Micawber, the man who Swas always "(waiting for something to turn up." As with the progenitor, so with the progeny 9' they turn up'nothing themselves, but wait for r something to turn up. Theirs is a career of a patience. They live upon hops and die fasting. y 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 n until something turned up, turned up something himself, and a very good turn up it was, vjz., e diamonds. When Mr. Rhodes left England to e to seek his fortune he had youth on his side, but e not good health. How he succeeded in win-ing r good health and an immense fortune all the - world knows. But note that the good health r came first. That i the natural, the inevitable order: health first, and wealth second, third, fourth, perhaps no...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

RIFLE BHOOTING. At Saturday's shooting AlE. Falliok won the first prize and B. Beatty the second prize. Th.e scores are : Shootars 500yds 600yds Hand. Total P. Naylor 21 26 4 51 A. Gibbs 11 6 24 41 Hungerford 32 27 s 59 O'Hanlon 15 7 20 42 E. Lemond 19 :16 1- 49 A. Falliok 25 23 14 62 J. Woodger .23 16 -10 49 H. Beatty 32 23 6 .61 At the Randwlok annual rifle shooting com petition last Saturday, Mr James Beatty, of Queaubeyan, scored t4 (pris 10s) In the Tyre.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Notices. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

Church Notices. 1SUNDAY, OcrOBER 23. C~Ua?H oF ENGLAND.-Queanbeyan 11 a.m and,7.30 p.m.-Rev. W. M. White, Minister. (Cnberra'll a.m.; Gondaroo 3.30 p.m. R.ov.P. G Smith, M.A., Minister. MmEHODIST.- Que'nbeyan 11 a.m. and 7.80p.m.-Rev. W..Stewart; Parkwood 2.30 p.m.--Mr. N. Southwell ; Woodfield 8 p.m. m-;Rv. W. Stew.rt.--Rev. W. Stewart, Minister. PR?EsBrrERIN. - Queanbeyan 11 a.m. ," Whojgo to Heaven." 7.30 p.m. "Is there no Hell." OCanberra 3 p.m.; Yarralumla, Monday, October 24th, 7.30 p.m.-Rev. J. :Fussell, Minister. RoIAiw CATHOLIO-Queanbeyan at 11 a.m. -Rev. FatherHyland, Priest.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

FURNITCURE MONEY BA VED FOR - - rre - e , COUNTRY RESIDENTS ! DRAWING-ROOM SUITE. In 8ilk Tapestry and Plush, compris-1 ig Sesttee, Pair of Arm Cheire, two We challenge ANY Furniture Firm to sell Small Chair, od twoArm Chairs, two the same qualitiea as these at the same prices. Chair, Walnut Ove-mantel, Bevel r, " Nuff sea " Glus, Inlaid Octagon Centre Table, '1 " Inlaid Corner Whatnot, and Side , Table ............................. £8 8/0 DINING ROOM SUITE. BEDROOM SUITE. Two Easy Chairs, 6 Carved Back Comprising Wardrobe, Carved Pan Chairs, and Large Couch, all Spring el ,and Bevel-Glas Door; Delp seated and Upholstered in Leather. Drawer, Duchesse Toilet Chest, Bevel SIDEBOARD, with bevel O:asD GlausAttached. Back. OVERMANTEL and Dining Washstand, with Marble Top and Table ... ................... £10 10/0 Bevel G!ass Back, P.destal Cupboard, Towel Rails, and 2 Carved Back Chairs, Walnut Colour ......... £9 9/0 DOUBLE BEDSTEAD. Full Size, Parisian Top, Brass Rails said Spindles in...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

S Sporting. Here is an'. extract, from Friday's' Evening News ;-It is often stated that racing dream". nsver8 appear. before the result. Here's an exception and a cairoemstantid ona at that, for what it is worth. A well-known proprietor of .4 King Street oyster saloon recently dreamt he was on "the Caulfield course; and saw the CuP 'run. A-horsdrwon by six lengths, and he asked a by-stander -.hat had won. "Murmur," was the reply. ." .Marmunt ?" queried the dreamer. "No, burmur,"' ivas the answer, and the man spelled the. name out.. The, dreamer was not satisfied, and asked another person who had won, BHe was again told " Murmur." CAULFIELD RACES were held on Saturday, the -principal event being the Caulfield Cup, which was won by Mr. J. Wren's Murmur. The .weather was fine and there was a largerattend anee. Following are the results : Oby Hurdles--Blue Rook, Seymour, Kudos. Gwyn Nursery-Pioturesque,Vibrate,Murillo. Caulfield Cap--Murmur, Acrasia, Emir. Wyuna Steeplechase- wivdl, - V...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

WITr WEroK Hit INOOEPORATorD Queanbeyan Times, Bdngendore Mirror & .Captain's. Flat Miner. :iTUESDAY, OOTOBElF*.18,* 1904. Gay TO WoRK -The interest;: taken in the. division in!the ' Hose of :Representatiives Was not of. an anticipatory nature, so far as its. im-. mediate occurrence was concerned. Everyona knew -that, barring a niraole, the Ministry would have a majotity.- iBut "the inlertiat was decidedly anticipatory so far as the events which .will follow the division are concerned. Will. the Commonwealth Parliament get to work, transact some necessary business, including the passage of the Estimates, go into recess,:- and give the Ministry an opportunity. to unfold' a working programme next session ? This is what "Parliament ought to do-this is what the coun. try thinks it should do ; but the political cynic will probably say that Parliament generally does neither what it ought to do, nor what the country requires from it. Certainly, if a final threat flung by Mr. Watson...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. GEORGE GIBBS NAYLOR, ÆTAT 43 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

OBITUARY. GEORGE GIBBS NAYLOR, .ETAT 43 YEARS. Shortly before noon on Saturday last, at Garryowen Queanbeyan, died, after a long illness,     of pulmonary consumption, Mr. George Gibbs   Naylor, son of an old and honoured family the Naylors, formerly of Burra and Urila, of whom the late Mr. Peter Naylor, who died in Queanheyan about twenty years ago, was the father. The old residents will have a vivid recollection of the progenitor of the Naylor family, his genial temperament, his warm hearted disposition, and his hearty hospitality being the more proiminent traits of an altogether noble character ; the same may be said of the mother of the Naylors, who survived her hus band by about 18 years, dying at Garryowen, Queanbeyan, only about a couple ot years since. She was a lady in the highest sense of the word ; and like that of her husband, her memory will remain fragrant in a far wider circle than that which includes her own decendants Mr. and M...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

MEN T is as d for women as for men. Women often times need a vita'i jg tonic. " -1olfe's Schnapps has a*idy Ieen ; fine thing for "tir4" and uffering womta. Wolfe's Schnapps b in old honest all.rund tonic beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. S aASK pOR Wolfe's Schnapps I - TAKE NOTHING ELSE. TO STAN-D THII SEASON AT GI'DGFN BY THE IHOROUGHCBRED STALLION MtM.A.El Ia S'" ELOM. rA beautiful rich brown horse, standing- l-j hands high, fosled November, 1lsu. Half-brother to Air Motor'sdam., Cap-a-pie Sir HerculespCap-y Yattendon Parguay ~ Isss Hasem n. go The Darter sr'onda Fiaherita Rose d'Fioseeee A .J . St. Se k hedger.. oraerf Den. mark Marchione s . IAtheoton Lady Hartriet X Whirlpool, imp MidLs mrineta TERB-s-SIngle mare £2 tOs. Reductton for two or more ,the property o rame Owner. All mares to be paid for and removed by Ilt Janeuary 1905 GOod paddolcksprovided, and all ears taken,.but no respon be sent aloFg. A ym a lwt r. rVoa AI w StLUKIN...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

C tHAPTER XXtI. . 'Lady Gosport told melshonld find you here, and I want to have a quiet talk with you.." 'Oh, thst is delighltful I' and Mabel rose and drew forward an easy chair. ',You see I am trying to improve my mind, and learn ing French, with that kind little mademai selle's assistance.* SHave you read the papers this morning?' ' Yes. I have been reading all about the war. ' It is the war I want to talk to you about and ask your opinion.. You see, I belong to the Yeomanry, and IconPider Iought to go out to South Africa, and malte myself use ful. Mr. West tells me that we cannot possibly be married for several months, and as people say that the war wou't last long, I shall he back in a few months. A friend of mine is goiug out on his own hook, and has offered me the extra bermn in his cabin, so it won't cost me much, beyond my outfit. I told him that under the circumetauces I must consult you first. Have you any ob jections to my going ?' No, of course I haven't, but I think i...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

Local and General. POLICe Court to-morrow. AucrtoN sa!es on Thursday. THe river has risen since last week's rain. CURRANDOOLRY beinsa shearing this week. A case of leprosy is reported in B'isbsne. Drnraoa3N cricreters' ball on Friday night. Wa regret to rep )rt the serious illness of Mr J. J. Wright. THe State Premier is slowly slicing asway st the Civil Service tree. CHINA has as many different dialects as Europe has languages. Ma. AVSTIN CHaPMaN votedwith Mr Reid on the want-of-confidence motion. WArrLr PARK Methodist picnic tomorrow. Several townspeople will attend. THE fruit crops in the Cootamundra district have been ruined by the severe frosts. Tar Yass Courier ssys that wheatisold at a £1 per bushel in Yass fifty years ago. SHEARING has begun in many sheds in the Yesss district, and the clip is said to be exiellent. FUaTIaS heavy falls of rain were registered at almost every station in the State last. Friday. TH Guoodagai Pastures Protection Board has decided to increase the ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queanbeyan Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

Queanbeyan Rifle Club. THa annual general meeting of the members of the above Club was held at the School of Arts on Saturday night last. There were present, f Messrs. HungRrford, A. Fallick, J. Callaghan, Wm Snow, P. Naylor, C. U. O'Hanlon, Dr. Blackall, J Feagan, IL. Thorms-n, R. Fallick, W. Pike, H. Beatty, J. Byrne, and the hon. f secretary, Mr. E. W. Losmond. Mr. President Hungerford occupied the chair. The annual report, as read as follows, was I unanimously adopted. r To THE MBMBEpnS o THE QUEN?asEYl? RIcLI CLUn. GENTLrreuse.-In presenting the report for the a past year your committee congratulate the mem bers on the position of the club. We started the year with a debt of £4 9s which amount has been paid off and we now have in hand the sum ot £5 14s 4 I in addition to abou: 6,000 rounds of ammunition. The amount in hand includes r £1 15a for efficiency money being 2s 61 per efficient member on 14 members. This efficiency money is to defray tne expenses of musketry, stamps, s...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

Sprains mand Strains. PROMPTLY REMEDIED BY ZAM-BUK. T'nt stimulating properties of Zam-Buk 'render this pure healing balm exceedingly effective when, rubbed well into the mnscles and' tendons, o. ubout a joint. It gives tone to the mascles;of the wrist and arm, ankle and calf, and. expels any pain that may be due to impurity.in the blood (as in rhumatism gout, lumbago,.neuralgia, etc.), and also overcomes any lpnderness and swelling, the resilt. of a strainIor sprain. As an illustra tion. Mr. W. Hdlmes, or Flinder's Street W. Townsville, 'Q, says:--' Three weeks ago I had the misfortune to slip and strain the muscles of my back, which caused me no end pf, pain and inconvenience. Having heard of'Znm-Buk as ap embrocation, I de cided to give it a trial. The first application gave me relief, and continuing to apply it in accordance with directions, the stiffnes and pain entirely left my back. I have ro hesi tation ini recommending Zam-Buk os an in va.'uablepripbrsoation.". .Zam-Buk:,th...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

CANBERRA (From Our Correspondent) A WELOO?s downp3ur of rain begas here last Wednesday afternoon and continu.!d incessantly till 3 o'clock on Thursday morning. Beginning again at ) o'clock that day nice showers fell at intervals till late on 'riday evening. About 144 points were registered. The face of the country is camp etely clanged since the rain, and if a like quantity be experienced next mouth good yields may be looked forward to. Though the early fruit was destroyed in consequence of the late frosts and droughty weather, at is now expeoted that the la.e bearing trees whi yield well . t . The ball organised by Mr Rlfls, to raise funds.. to defray the expense of. purchasing hooks and applioances in c annection with the school sylla bus, came off at Mr Rfttenberry's on Friday, night. About 60 people were present, who vote the affair a decided success. . Quite a number of residents hereabout are suffering from the effot.s of iofluenza in a mild form. DIypeaRNy Yl?Eg.? - Mr. Nesbi...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. ,, (Country) 2s GI ,, ,, SSuabscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. Established 1860. DONT BE FOOLISH I??'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY en a bicycle that bha no name and which will be always going out of order. WHY NOT BUY A RED BIRD BICYCLE FOR 1904. A REAL UP-TO-DATE BICYCLE. thetis FULLY GUARANTEED aid w will LAST you FOR Y FARS, no matte 'what sort of work you give it. WRITE TO US OR CALL ON OUR -'f LOCAL A GENTS. YOU CAN buy on LONG EASY TERMS. tI ALL DE POSIT, payments rede to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACOINE IN PART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., ydrey. TilE GCIOLD IICYCLE CO. lIT. "WF".· "EEORE"lO.T, AGENT, QUEANBEYAN. LIRGEST STOOK OF SUNDRIES in town, at Lr,weat Prices "'QE 'BILLY'&'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 Blends. * OGOLDENIA" Is the Queen of Cey...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

BUNGENDORE -- o -- A CORRESPONDENT writes :-It is with extreme regret I have to chronicle the death of Mrs Thos. Sparrow, of Ferncliffe, near Buugen dore. The sad event took place last Thurs day evening in Sydney, to which place she had gone for medical treatment. On Mon day an operation was performed and prom ised to be successful, but on Wednesday evening unfavourable symptoms set in, and the patient gradually got worse until death ensued. The deceased lady was in her forty fifth year, and had a grown-up family of three children. She was a daughter of the late Mr. Thos. Shanahan. The remains were brought to Bungendore by the mail train on Sqturday morning and conveyed to 'the Catholic Church, where the coffin remain ed until 3 p.m., when the funeral started for the cemetry. It was without doubt one of the largest attended funerals ever seen here. The deceasd was held in the highest esteem by all who had the happiness of knowing her, and the greatest sympathy is expressed for Mr. S...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Murder at Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 October 1904

Murder at Ballarat. A shocking murder was committed at 1 30 last   Thursday morning in Lydiard Street, Ballarat, near the Mining Exchange. The victim was a young woman, named Kate Beatchley, a resident of Daylesford. It appears that the young woman was being maintained at an hotel in Lydiard-street, by a young man named James Rouhan. About 1 o'clock the pair had a quarrel, in the course of which Rouhan made an attack on the woman. She ran across the street, hoping to get out of his way, or to find protec- tion. He followed, carrying in his hand an axe. Finding every place closed, and no person at hand to whom she could appeal for protection she sought refuge in a doorway, when Rouhan attacked her with an axe, smashing her skull. Death was instantaneous. The cries of the woman attracted the attention of Constables Deverall and Cherry, and on proceeding to the   doorway they found the young woman lying dead in a pool of blood, Subsequently Rouhan, &nb...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Traveller. ABOUT TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 21 October 1904

TraveHer. ABOUT TURKEY. THE more one moves about the wo7rd, the more astonished one is at the curious customs in other countries. You imagine that each nation has been described so often, that you cmu.t know all the habits and ideas of its inhabitants, yet it is only when you go to the country itself that you find out how much you have yet to learn. One drawback that we as a nation suitor from is our inability to speak many foreign languages; we think if we can converse in two others besides our own, that we are quite linguists ; whereas, on the Continent, go where you will, you generally find it is the usual thing for a person to speak three or four foreign languages. In the Levant, to be able to speak six or seven different ones is a common accomplishment with both laI'ies and gentlemen. Last year, whilst staying in Turkey, I felt very stupid not being able to speak either Turkish or Greek; and as both are too difficult to learn in a short time, I was dependent on friends or inter...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 21 October 1904

WIRELESS TELEG.C APHY, Mr W. Duddell, the inventor of the in strument for measuring energy at the receiving stations in wireless telegraphy experiments, and the wireless telegraphy experts of the post office have boon. experi menting in Busheo Park for more than a month past. The instrument resembles a black bottle or flask with a stout neck. In one side of it there is a small vertical slit filled with glass. Inside, a loop of copper wire is hung by a fibre between the poles of a horse-shoe magnet; to the bottom of the copper loop a ' thermo-couple' is attached. When this instrument is connected with the aerial wire at the receiving station the current produced by signals sent from the transmitting station causes heat to be generated in a small ' resistance' placed under the thermo-couple. This heat pro duces a current in the copper loop, which instantly turns slightly under action of the magnet. To the loop there is fixed a small mirror, which reflects the light from an are lamp th...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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