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BUNGENDORE AMATEURS ON THE BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

BUNGENDORE AMATEURS ON THE BOARDS.' Fridav last, was the date fixed for the production of ' Turn Him Out ' and ' In a Lunatic Asylum ' by the Bungendore Amateurs ; and on the evening of that day two representatives of The Leader accordingly journeyed awheel to the city by the lake. 'Hullo! Not working to day I' shouted a kuight of the rod as lie drove by in his sulky. We took the remark as a joke. Just then we were laboriously pushing up the ' Big Hill.' S: * * Arriving in Buugeudore in. good time for tea, we struck for Mcjanuett's. Royal Iloul, where marvellous c1].iii;'ls have been effected ?-v the new management. There was a fair attendance at the hall. Outside a fine acetylene lamp turned night into da\', and inside the acetylene footlights made a great im provement. We entered somewhat late, just when Nicodemus Nobbs, laboring under a heavy and regrettable misapprehen sion, was engaged in bumping Mr. Mclntosh Moke out of his own house. Mr. Moke is ab sent from home, fL-.id his ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

! ^ QCIItl^ett ! ^ I ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦ Your Attention for a Moment We beg- to advise the Arrival off our NEW STOCK of I Winter J We have the Best Qualities and Latest Styles I2ST J±.T,T, '3TOXJ ? IR/ESQTJTK/IE. Our Chesterfields, Oilskin €oat$, and macintoshes ,\re just the thing for the Cold and Wet Weather. We have them good and bad— that means cheap and dear — and start to juote at 10/ and end up at 50/. HATS. ?Sixty Boxes, containing from 6 to 12 each. Every Size and shape, Make and Quality — from the Worst to the Best. 1 ^Ulf^ 10 IIiU^i * ® 15,000 Patterns to select from. Shirty ties, Sweaters, Boots, Sox, and Underwear iisr E^sriDXiEss variety. It's a peasure to sea Yoy come in, for we can satisfy the taste of all! We have the Right Stuff ajitl Right Prices!

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

WEDDING SELLS. . ? - A very pretty wedding (briefly noticed in a previous issue) was solemnised in Christ Church, Quean beyan, on Wednesday, 26th April, tbe contracting parties being Mr. Duncan A. McDonald, teacher of tbe Public School, Canberra, atid second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mc Donald, of Coopernook, Manning River, and Miss L-. E. Collett, fifth daughter ot Mr. and. Mrs. J. T. Collett, of Queanbeyan, the officia ting minister being the Rev. W. M. White. The church was very prettily de corated by girl friends of tbe bride, and, as she walked up the aisle, leaning on tbe asm of her father, by whom she was subsequently given away, she passed under beautiful floral arches oi artistic design, while ' The Voice thit Breathed O'er Eden ' waspret|ily rendered by a special choir, Miss WiUans officia ting as orgauist Near the altar rails, where the ceremony was per formed. .was smaiended a massive floraT wedding bell with two large doves attached. The bride's dress was of white floral s...

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 — 19 May 1905

Cbe Queanbtyan Header Who is it speaks of defeat? I tell you a cause like ours Is greater than defeat can know : It is the power of jwwers ! As surely as the earth rolls round, As surely as the golden sun firings 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

Return Thanks. MR. CHAS. BURN and FAMILY de sire to jEturn ttieir SINCERE THANKS to all kind friends'who sent letters, telegrams, floral tributes, and otherwise showed sympathy to them dur ing their recent sad bereavement. , Sale of Grazing Land Thursday, 25£feMay. at two p.m., AT HUNGERFORD'S HOTEL. James Pike HAS- been instructed by Mr. Andrew Vxss to sell by public aUiftion, as abote,. 40-acre Paddock of c p Land,, being portion No. 33, parish NarrabuhdBn, and situated at LONG GULLY. Well-improved, securely, fenced, and heavily-grassed. Terms and parljcukrs'at sale, or from (STAKES Mn, Auctioneer. ftttanfteyj* District CycliKf emu. Affiliated Vitb. Western Districts-Cycling Union. First Annual Carnival ', IN THE PARK, :M:o:Eri3.A/srJ jtj-jste; b, Prineeof Wales' Birthday. OPEtlii/G HAXDiCAf, fimile, &M « £1 Nomination, 1/6; acceptance 1/ BlR,'/oI'AV GlPr' * m'le- £i& **? itom Queanbevan Whew. Race, i mile, /'10 /»,and^n Nom.,3/6; ace.. 1/oT Clob Handicap, rmile, T...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RARE VESTIGE OF OLD ST. PAUL'S [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

A RARE VESTIGE OF OLD SI. PAUL'S One of the most remarkable monuments in the metropolitan cathedral it that of Dr. John Donne in nit shmud, by Nicholas Stone. It wat originally set up iu old St. Paul's, and escaped, with a few other mouumentt, the ravages of the great fire of lliGG. This ex quisite piece of etatuary, rciosreJ from the crypt, hat been fixed upright in the wall of the south aisle near the alur. Donne, a remarkable poet and dirino. was made Dean of St. PauTa bv James I. in 1620. Known and honoured by all the great men of his time, his llfo towards its dole grew etrangely eicstln. Donne engaged an artiut, attired himself in a winding-iheet, and standing with Us eyra that, had bimtelf to painted. Before this picture he wrote and meditated. After Donne's death he wat commissioned to carve a statue in one entire piece ot white marble from the portrait. It testifies the genius of the icalptor, the work being fall oi feeling and finlah. Donne's biographer, Itaai Walton, desc...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN Calendar Dr Ma[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

1 FARM AND- GARDEN \\ Bf A. UKDOWME, Ssduiln, Gouburn. Oalenou-Br IUt. The soil is now m- grand order for crop ping, and no time should be lost in get jing in large areas: of all suitable seeds. Don't be afraid to well end deeply work the soil, both in garden and field. Tho : ? ..-? - ? ;???;].? o:..: . ?? [.!?.??.,'.;. ..( ? : :? . I;...-. ;. !!!?;;.« ? get pure, superior strauiboi Di.tu. ? , 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 sonatgooduainst. Frosts are probable aboutlot seon after' the middle of. the moattt, ,with; likely, a return of mildcc weaUter and ;sea winds. [Kougltrwxsterly vdnds-et- times^ Kitchen Gardens-Sow mainnop of alt tinds of onisusr, cabbage (come kinds only),, leek, berbsy, radistt,. lettuce, and broad beans ; about middle of. month a full crop of 'William HuiEfc' or other early peas should be sown Small sow ings of othe...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia v. Surrey. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

AUBttfllia ▼- Surrey. Foiaowikg are tbe complete scores in the above match, which was drawn in favor of the Australians :— Sorrey. — First Inning?. Hobbs, runout ? 94 Hay ward, b Cotter ? 22 Hayes, c Laver, b M'Leoct ... 1 Baker, c and b Armstrong ... 16 Holland, c Laver, b Cotter ... 24 Nice, c Darling, b Hopkins ... 1 1 Leveson-Gower, b Cotter ... 3 Dalmeny, c Laver, bM'Leod... 18 Lees, c Darling, b Laver ... f 1 Stedroan, c Trumper, b Laver 6 Kuox, not out ? 8 Sundries ..- — SI Total. ? '5 Second Innings. Hobbs, c Armstrong, b Cotter 1 Hay ward, not out ? it9 Hayes, c sub., b Laver ... 24 Baker, c Hill, b Noble ? 29 Knox, b Noble ? Z Holland, c Armstrong, b Laver 39 Nice, b Laver ? o Leveson-Gower, hii wicket, b Laver ? 12 Dalmeny , b Noble ? t + Lees, b Noble ? ° Stedraan, c Noble, b Laver ... o Sundries ? 3' Total ? 286 Bowling Analysis. — Cotter one for 57, Laver 5 for 61, M'Leodnone for 51, Armstrong none for 5, Noble four for 54, Hopkins none for 18. Austkalia. — First Innin...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIA'S FAVOURITE FEUDATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

RUSSIA'S FAVOURITE FEUDATORY. Tho Emir of Bokhara ia the favourite in Russia amongst all the Czir'a Asiatic feudatories. That Is largely because the Emir can aee at far through a atone wall at anybody ; when he knows hit master's will, he does it, and there is never any difficulty with him. It i« told that tho Finance Min ister, de Witte, proposed tome time arc to let up Custom Houses in Bokhara, and wat beginning a long explanation of the advan tage of the Innovation, when the Emir laid : ? J» this being done with tbe knowledge and consent of the Czar f ? Certainly.' 'Then his Majesty's will be done.' A generation ago Bokhara was regarded at the ultima thule of barbarism. Vow, the Emir seems to have some- extremely civilised habits. When he vitita Russia he noes shopping npon a wholesale scale. He is said to know to a ftthing r)ie cost of ovory qnality of silk, calico, chintc, and all textile stuffs generally, and he will haggle an hour over a kopeck. In his sovereign capacity he b...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editorial Brevities [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

( Editorial Brevities i « --4- ' A witness told the Tariff Commission that molasses could be ased either fer mak whisky or furniture poilsh.' In either case there's nioney in molasses — so what iloes it mat ter. In the BiH-of-costs submitted by W. N. Willis in the Sims Browne case; several interest ing items appear. Frinstence : To instructing^!!-. Carrutbers to appear at LanrVAppcal Court in support of appeal ... ^550 To Mr. Carruthers' fee, for ap pearing at Land Appeal Court ... .... ... .£'25 o o To Mr. B. B. O'Cosar's fee for conducting case- befsre the Board ... ? /a I o o So, two ' Reronu ' Ministers had a finger in tBat pie ! « v- * The wiping out of the Bland federal electorate is a peculiar incident which should go down as one of the events of Austra lia's political history. * * * Even the whisky men are not honest any more. ' A witness before the Tariff Com mission said it was a fraud to call half the 35,000,000 gal lons of spirit, said to be made by the 160 distilleries ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

HALL. [From Ouk Corresponuent.! The surrounding country is looking beautiful at present, and we have bright prospects ahead — so many of the old hands think. During the past week frosts have been rather severe, but the damage done has been onlv trifling. Mr. A. Rolfe has just com pleted a contract at the Focal' police-station. The old fence vyas destroyed at Christmas time by the bush fires, and a new wire one now replaces it. The Gininderra school grounds should be treated in a similar way. A clay pigeon match' was to have taken place at One Tree Hill on Saturday, but only seven or eight shooters rolled up, so a series of half-crown sweeps took place instead. Mr. McEnroe, from Gundaroo, sup plied the birds and machine. The first sweep was divided by J. O'Brien and D. O'Rourke with 5 birds each, J. F. Heaz lett being runner-up with 4. O'Brien won the second sweep also with 5, P. Hollingsworth (4) being second. The third sweep fell to O'Brien, who ac counted for 8 birds to Heazlett's...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEPAUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

THE NEPAUL. Dr. Fnhrer, Ph.D., Government turveyor of tbo N.W. Provinces of India, attache* great importance to ths discovery of the Asoka Mar, in the Nupaal Terai. The in eoription on the pillar establishes the fact that Budha Eona Katnana is the same ae the Konatrmana of the Ceylonese Buddhists, who was tho 23rd mythical predecessor of the historical Buddha. This strengthens the probability that Buddhism ia of mnch greater antiquity than Is (rxnerally believed, and is, in the opinion of Dr. Fubrer, strong evidence that it dates at leant to 477 o.o.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

Special AATertUuunts. NUBSE SMYTH, OEBTIFICi.TEI) 1ABIE8' HTTBSE, HAS Comfortable Accommodation for Ladies .A.T MRS. 3WCTJ3STX)-A.'Jr'S, an i is prepared to attend Ladies in their ! own homes in Town or Country. | KELVINSIDE Boarding : Establishment. tl.ste Rose, Sliamf ock. and Tlilstle Hotel) JIONAKO STRliliT, QVEAKBIiY.tN. Ktor Ihc midge. Hodtnie Charge!, (tefrethmentt « all Maws. Kvery Convenience (or Country Visitors. . . -?*-. Good Stabling Accommoda Ion. -^ lias. J. mnrDAT, Proprietress.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday, 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. 1.30 p.m. Senatoh Matheson, just returned from England, says that people abroad ' are with drawing their money from Australia, tearing a socialistic wiffn ' Hr. Hogue, addressing tbe Presbyterian Assembly, cm liquor' law, said that a bill to provide full local option with out money compensation would be introduced next session, and that a majority of thfe .mem bers are pledged to support the measure.. . The ffogan Gate to Trundle railway is to be constcucted.by

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOYCOTT? [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

THE BOYCOTT? The local football club should ask itself whether it's worth while to permit the tactics em ployed ill connection with Wednesda3r's function to be continued. Perhaps the with holding of the advertising from The Leader and the placing of the same with both local ' reform ' papers was only an u oversight' In that case, an explanation will be forthcom ing. Perhaps The Leader was so treated because the joint secretaries (Messrs. Atkinson, Fallick, and Siebert — in whose hands the arrangements were left) consider that this paper's circulation is not so large as that of either of its rivals. That objection, if it exists, we are willing to set aside in one act — by allowing out books to be compared with those of our contemporaries in the presence of any three representative persons, on condition that the objectors will give one shilling each to the local hospital foi every genuine subscriber we can. show in excess of our ri were employed by Mr. Atkin son and a member of the st...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Salmagundi [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

M(SJ4KNWMVfl I Salmagundi By ! Zuticura, * ! Lost, stolen, or strayed : Oue State member, supposed to be representing Terra botnberra and dependencies. Information as to his pre-' sent whereabouts will be thankfully and tearfully re ceived, and likewise rewarded at the local office of tbe liberal no form club. * * * There is a rumor, faint as the aroma of a full grown fox, pervading the placid byways of the village 'neath the shadow of Jerrabomberra, and it sayeth that the State rep. of that his toric hamlet has again left the paths of the aqua purists, and, if not to memory dear, is at least lost to sight. Be that as it may, there is a rumor — and it originates in the no-form camp — that serious steps are con templated by a small section which professes to bold a duly signed, undated resignation, given them when tbe aforesaid misguided individual was re ceived back into tbe fold. The document was, so it is stated, left as a guarantee that he would run straight and true on the path ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

I Passing Holes, j ;'OTUS.'i Eg Mr. Rehk's; u anti-socialist ' BjT ? campaign is; responsible for the Eg' making of many converts — to ?&,' Socialism. H * * * giljr . In the Newcastle district, an K(rf , other gross violation of an Bp-, award of the Arbitration Court Wmt is being perpetrated by the Bfe ?-' eoaltowners, and as a result |e§6 '?? some hundreds of men have ?BPjte;' ^fieea^own out of employ^ KBP&/;-3rieht.- The question is : Will GP|p?f*TMb. Wade .prosecute the law-: Hffil|H-''fEi£eakeis? Surety, even a Bplp^v /fcgJMmb » Attorney-Gejneral must recognise that people will in due time begin to won der whether his one-sided atti tude is not the result of some thing more substantial than stupidity. * * * In evidence taken before the Lauds Commission, it was stated that 'J. C Young and Co. received ^yisascommis-, sion in connection with the re sumption of the Myall- Creek Estate by the Government.' Is this tlie firm which is gen erally recognised as the pro pri...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

the Original Cocoa and a Spec ialty. Ui&tinguifthod , from all others by its liivigontinn Qual ities, and its Delicious Flavour. It contains all the substance of tiie choicest nibs, and maintains its Leading Position as the best I ana of Cocoa for every-day uue. EPPS'S COCOA CwrtA is an Admirable ?ood, the Nicest nnd most Nnfritious Beverage for the breakfast table. II is inado in a moment irith boiling water or milk, and itJ Suntaining Power is Invaluabla

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUCUMBER AND MELON. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

CUCUMBER AND MELON. Cucumber and melon butt started in itrnolnretornponhot-badt make good pro. er-M, and aided by increased sunlight and K'1 L'?«%IibCTmI fa»to»'- A warmth of Hbout 7o degree* fully surcharged with moisture will suit all. 78ee tha'1he roott rambling over or towards hot water pioet or other arUficiaUy heated media do Uo?Ee? ''','' ur/i. *» 'rare wiln deep root wat*dBgimay be necessary -wiee a week. Much, Waver, will depend on the heat below and the «n« of mound, the Znb7.ro grown in. Booh aa are over hojbcdi d fermenting material., whiUt requiring abun dautalinospheric moisture, most tot en any account be made too wet below. Hisletter therefore, to err on the aide of bring £S Si than too wet, and on fl.it tcw/vigorcS plants only need, as yet, moderatcToot Site oStTV forlni«u' Md '?« *«£ water quite milk warm. Damp tho i.lants 1 rcntfrn I h TV ' O0t '''** *«* «-o

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLOWERS AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905

FLOWERS AS FOOD. Although it it familiar Uint many kinds c! flowers are used in medicine., the fact may not be known to many that the blossoms of certain plants are employed st articles of fanA -n_-«J ? - In many parti of India the flowers of a Bapotaceoua tree, 'Buna lotilolla' or mahwah form a really important article of food, blossoms, whioh an succulent and very numerous, fall at night in large quantities from the tree, and are gathered early iu the the morning and eaten raw. Tbtyhave a sweet hut eickly taste and odour. They are likewise dried in theeuu and sold in the bazaars. An ardent spirit liko whisky is distilled from these flowers, and is consumed in large quantities by -ht- natives ofGurzrrat, eto. The Parsees and hill people eat tbo flowers both raw and cooked, and often with the addition oi groin, also wait* en^tSjcats cf thss. A ringl' tree will ufford from two to four hundred pounds of thoflowor*. 1 The bluEsouB of another spcclss, 'Blongi folia,' are employed in a s...

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