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Accident to Dr. Blackall. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905
*-Kttuit to Dr. y--^~' On Wednesday, Dr. Blackell was severely kicked, on jthc.leg 'by a horse, sustaining ,; painful : injuries. ' Fortunatdy'the doctor was close to the animal whcmltlasheiout, other wise a fraerured -limb must 'have been :thev:i^st«lKi*.-:Sye understand IhatDr.^cKtaifeicoiifijied to his esidence in consequence. ' ;
THE WISE OLD WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905
THE VIBE OLD WOBLD. let beautiful ana spadous The wite old world appears; Yet frank and lair and graoiom Outlaugb the joonud years. Oar argnmeatt disputing, The universal Pan Still wandou flaling— fluting— Fluting to maid and mm. Out weary well-a-waylng Hif inosio cannot Htill : Come .' let us go a-moyroir. Aud pipe with him oar fill. Where wan Ion birds are flowing Among the gluddooiuir gra^a ; Where hawthorn brakes am blorinf, And meadow perfumes pairs ; Vi'liero morning's grace is irrctuce', And fullest noou'e of pride ; WherosuuBot fpreadB Bertne-r, Aud ftiuroi night's moat wide ; WLere nests are jwajinf?, araying, And Spring's fresh voice call, Co-t.0 ! let us go a-mayir.fr. An d bleu the God of nil ! -W. E. HxiaEY.
SHORT STORY A PASTEL PORTRAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905
BHOHT-STC5KY ' A PASTEL PORTRAIT. Tax picture *u tuning. There was no denying that. ' Frank Harwood stood at the window of the ahop and atand in at it, as he had done every day tot the past week. The execution of the work waa not faultless. Borne orudititiee marred it, but the ensemble was bewitching! The faos -that of a girl in the fint freeh bloom of maidenhood-looked back at you over one mlaUly-draped white shoulder. The liqnid eyee were laughtor-lit; the slightly-parted aoarlet lips had a thy droop ; there was a little, round dimple in the chin ; the Lair that malted into the soft gown and duily background was a wind-blown tangle of reddish-gold. Harwood entered the shop, shutting ont the whirling enowflakes behind him. ? It that picture- the pastel portrait in the window— for Bale f he inquired. ?No, sir,, he waa told. 'Oin you tell me the name of the original r ' I do not know, dr. The portrait was left here at a sample to tolioit orders.' ? Yon are sure It it a portrait— not ...
NOVEL. The Martlet Seal. CHAPTER IX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 19 May 1905
NOVEL. The Martlet Seal. Bj Jeanelte Walworlh. C«'.rrEB IK.— ICisann ) M - N r^io's wa-not lokinir, at her fWei o »?. l:.-r iye» were down dtopt, an! she was nervously tw'tting a heavy gold bangle around on bet mitt. ? I eee that lor myself. When did Sibler Fairbanks die f . ' I don't know.' ?Bon'tknowl Ton matt know that ha ii Am*H Amnliaf '1 don't know. Of course ha is dead. Of course I know it. Wretch I deserter! uncatcnl noaater! Wat I tv amr U-» willow all my life for a creature who de frauded me into ? mock marriage, iatarted me and his child,— left ui to starte or to worwF . ? But how oonld yon nun another mas r How dared van? Did von toll him th« whole truth ? Mi Nororost, I mean.1 MnrNorcroas lioghtd again. Than wai cone of the silvery nurrimsnt iathetonnd that the guests downstairs bad Lewd baton this person had Intruded like a death's head at her leasts: It m a ghastly aori of laugh, and, leaving hat Mat, lie began patiiag the narrow drenbg-room with Ions; restlesi stride...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
Ivan Kolaieff, who killed the Grand Duke Sergius, has besn exe cuted at Moscow. For Children's Hocking- CougJi at Nisht, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1,6. All the foreign Commercial Agents at Vladivostock have been ordered by the Russian authorities to leave. \Voods' Great l'epncrinint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never fails. 1,6 Since the battle of Mukden, Lin ievitch's army in Manchuria has been reinforced by 60,000 troops. Speaking at Armidale on Friday MT. Reid advocated the labor party's proposal to settle the fiscal question by means of a r;ferendu'.n. 4 little boy, a water.hole, A little ship, upon my soul. He sinks again — I reach a pole, And null him to the brink I A little cot a mother's care, A little ' tot,' « smile— ah ! there, 'Woods' Great Pej-hsrmint Cube,' I declare ! It's iust the stuff to drink '.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
BlacRsmitibng and goacfflffljMiitfl establishment. GEO. KINLYSIDE ; TK thanking the Public for their liberal fatronagc. desires to announce tUat h: !i. » _L nlso commenced business as ? And guarantees every satisfaction in this branch of hi* busimss. I'nces «»™»CJ Sulkies, Duggiep, Dravs and Carts bu.lt to ort.er. All repairs ncatlj miii rr0D'F°5' CXeCUte%0^££™g'oT£ *««««« Ratks. Patent* ana mait»K««r«r of Wann*? P«iwn gart. Write fcr'einrutai. ind teslimomMs to G. KINLYSIDE mil Pr.ce ,OM :*g* cover, 15/ extra. Also pater.teeand Manufacturer of kINLE\51DE S FUMIGATOK Price £%ij. Agent fo- WASSEV-HARRIS Bnlish-bmlt MACHINERY. Twine, Oil, and Extras always on hand. ? . ? , ? .
Australia v. Gentlemen of England. GENTLEMEN.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
Australia v. Gentlemen of EnglaaS. Gentlemen. — First Innings. Fry; b Noble ;.. ... 25 Warner, i- Laver ... ... 85 Beldam, run out ... ... 26 MacLaren, b Cotter... ... o W^nyard, b Laver :.. ' ... .61 Foster, b Bo\vell ... ... 12 Evans,; c Newland, b McLeod 21 Martyn; c Laver, b McLeod ... 12 McDonnell, run oiit... ... 9 Hesketh-Pritcbard, not out ... 10 Breariy, st Newland, a McLeod 3 Sundries ... ... 36 Total ... ... 3°° Bowling analysis.— Cotter took 1 wicket for 40 runs, Noble 1 for 74, Laver 2 for 47, McLeod 3 for 50, Hoiveil one for 30, Armstrong none for 33. Second Innings. Warner, b Cotter ... o Hesketh-Pritcnard, b NoMe ... 5 McDonnell, b Noble ... 5 Martin, b Laver ... 9 Fry. c and b Laver ... 25 MacLaren, c Noble, b Hovrdl... 10 Beldam, c and b Laver ... 1 Wynyard, c Howell, b Laver ... 3 Foster, c Newiand, b Ho well ... o Evans, not out ... 1 Brearley, c Cotter, b Howell ... o Sundries ... 6 Total' ... 66 Bowling analysis. — Cotter, 1 for 23, Noble 2 for 23, Laver 4 for ...
CRICKET. Australia v. Oxford. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
CRICKET. Australia v. Oxford. Follow ng are the complete scores in the above match— the first of the series played to a conclusion : — Australia.— First Innings. Tvuroper, c Carlise, b Udal ... 77 Duff, c Evans, b Udal ? 10 Armstrong, b Burn ... ... o Noble, c Carlisle, b Martin ... 66 Gregory, run out ? 18 Darling', b Udal ? 8 Gehrs, c Bird, b Martin ... 23 Hopkins, b Burn ? 9 Laver, l.b.w., b Martin ... 8 M'Leod, c Carlisle, b Martin... o Newland, not out ? o Sundries ? 22 Total ? 241 Second Innings. Trumper, b Udal ? 45 Duff, b Evans ? 10 Gregory, b Udal ? 3 Gehrs, b Evans ? 14 Hopkins, c Bird, b Udal ... 14 Noble, c Bird, b Udal ? 61 Armstrong, c Bird, b Evans ... 25 Darling, c Burn, b Evans ... o Laver, c Evans, t- Udal ... 19 McLeod, b Evans ? 9 Newland, not out ? o Sundries ? 15 Total ? 266 Oxford. — First Innings. Raphael, c.Duff, b Laver ... o Bruce, not out ... ... ... 47 Bennett, b Newland, b Laver... 16 Evans, c Armstrong, b Laver... 3 Carlisle, Ibw, b Armstrong ... 7 Wo...
SCHOOL PICNIC & SPORTS AT ROB ROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
SCHOOL PICNIC & SPORTS AT ROB ROY. niv our Special Reporter.! Nobody seems to know how Rob Roy got its name — or why. Surely the christening of it must have been doue by some early-days Scot who'd not forgotten the leeends which fit like a halo about the memory of the famous Macgregor and the wild hills of Scotia' whose fastnesses were his stronghold in the days 'of his outlawry. However that may be, no more picturesque spot for the holding of a picux could be found if 3'ou searched for a year .jand a day ; and; in -addition to the natural advantages, the or ganisers of Saturday's picnic and sports were rewarded with an ideal day for their pleasure making, and an ideal crowd of pleasure seekers, too. * * * The Rob Roy school teacher, Mr. T. A. Trotter, acted as scretary and general manager of thepicnic. and the day's pleasure-making was material^' enhanced by the rapid and systematic manner in which he put through the various events. Unuecessar3' dela3' in working down a pro...
CANBERRA SCHOOL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
CANBERRA SCHOOL SOCIAL [By our SpucrAi. Reporter.] On Friday evening last the Duntroon Woolshed was the meeting place for niany of the people of Canberra aud sur roundings, the draw being a social in aid of the S3'llabus fund of the Canberra Public School. The dance was held on the second floor of the shed, which is very spaoious and afforded ample room for the great crowd — between 50 and 60 couples — which was present. The room presented a very bright appear ance, being nicely decorated with flags, Chinese lanterns, etc., bv Mr. Hudson. At about 8.30 dancing was commenced and continued with much vigor until daylight, and none were , sorry for their night's outing. The music was supplied by Mr. Loughnan (violin), and Mr. W. Barnes (accordeon), and was well appreciated. Mr J. Mclntosh (violin), played extras. Mr. W. Mayo, assisted bv Mr. S. Warwick, very ably carried out the duties of Ms.C. The supper was kid in the shearers' dining room, some' little distance from the shed. The roo...
LOVES' RECKONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
LOVES' BZCXOCTTSQ. If you Can count the grains of wheat That last year's harvest bore, Or all the restless waves that beat Against the ocean shore. If you can count the flowers of spring The sands beside the sea, How many leaves are quivering Upon the aspen tree. If you can tell night's starry fires When heavens are deep and blue, Then you can number my desires And all my thoughts of you. — Leveson-Gower.
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
TELES-HAMS. Svdnev, Monday, 2 p.m. The Full Court dismissed Slattery's appeal aud upheld be conviction. Judge Cohen stated this morning that the Arbitration Court stilkexisted, the present members acting until succes sors are appointed. A heavy loss of lady's jewel lery aboard the Omiuz, be tween Colombo and Fremautle, is reported. LoxrJOX, Sunday. The Russian line, 42 miles long, occupies a good defensive' position, and is strongly en trenched. Three columns of Japanese arc advancing. Gen eral Matorieloff is command ing. Tpkio reports three Russian columns advanced south in the vicinity of the railway on the 1 8th, and attacked the field hospital at Kangpin. The Japanese dispsrsed the attack ing patty, inflicting heavy loss. Grave reports respecting RozhdestyenskL's health are causing increased depression in St. Petersburg. '
FARM AND GARDEN Calendar for May. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
I' FARM AND GARDEN I By k. LANSDOWKE, Sltdsman. Goulbum. | Calendar for Miv. TlIK soil is now in grand order for crop ping, and no lime should be lost in (;ct ling in large areas of all suitable seeds. Don't lie afraid to well and deeply work the soil, bolh in garden and field. Tho rough cultivation always repays, and feel tlic crops well with manures and fcrtil 'iscrs. All spare ground should be turned up roughly to mellow and sweeten by at mosphere and frosL Sow in drills and give plenty.of fogm.i!M.'heit ? permanent I sld^oWy^l^^^^^r^P money. Fertilizer drilled in 'with the] seed is a cheap method. Conditions favor furliier mild weather, a good deal of thundery r-criods, and sonic good rains. Frosts arc probable about or soon after the middle of the month, with, likely, a return of milder weather and sea winds. Rciifih westerly winds at times. Kitchen Garden.— Sow main crop of all kinds of onions, cabbage (some kinds only), leek, herbs, radish, lettuce, and broad beans ; about mi...
Local Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
Soeal SmvltlM. Mh: J. J. Roijk, son of Mr. G. Rblfe, of Coqtok) has ibeeu promoted to grade D, he baying proved bis capacity for doing work which will carry him a salary ,«f j£t6b per annum. . ' ' ?.. The death of Mr, Edward Tur ner, of Adatninabyr ^occurred, se centlyl The iamse of 4eath- was typhoid fever. Theresa Tozer, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tozer, of Cooma, died recently. She was jusl eleven years of age. Mr. Jacob KNorr, headmaster of North Goulburn Public School, has lost by death his fourth son, Jacob, 17 years of age. The cause of death was appendicitis. John Jovce, a Goulburu o!d-age pensioner, died in his sleep at the age of 66 years. The deceased had been suffering for a long time from rheumatism. He was born in Gal way, Ireland, and came to this State iu 1865. For over twenty-five years he had been a resident of Goulburn. At the Goulburn Police Court Joseph Hurley was proceeded against by Constable Pocock, of Tarago, for crueily ill-treating a horse. The d...
Pilfered Paragraphs FROM OTHER PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
Pilfered Paragraph j PBOM 0TE23 PAPSE.S. In South Australia only 52,000 people have a vote for the petty State Legislative Council, though 179,000 are 011 U12 rolls for the Com 111011 wealth Senate. * * * ' There are two things I den't want at me fun'ral. Wan is an oration ; th' other is wax flowers. — Mk. Duui,h\ . :.?! * * ' Good morning, Ponipey.'1 said the lawyer. ' Good rnonhig, uiassa.' ' What makes you carry your head down so, Pompey ? Why don't you walk with your head erect like me ?' ' Massa, have you ever been thro' a field of wheat when it get up ?' ' Ye-.' ' Well, you take notice, some of de heads stand up, an' some hang down ; dem dat stand up got no grain in 'em ?' * * * Another robhery. The Car tilage Company guarantees to i .lcrease 3'our stature b3~ 6in. r r so if 3-011 will pa3' them ^'3 for some straps and pulleys by which you haul yourself ceil ingwards while 3-our feet are anchored to the floor. — Newsletteh. S: i; S: Mark Twain once grossly insulted a great Ame...
Business Change. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
lulun Chuiff«. Thb f niit and confectionery busi ness carried on for some consider able time by Mrs. Sullivan has been purchased by. the Titisses Mary and- Ellen Moore, who .ask, in our advt. columns, for a continuance of the support accorded their pre decessors. We understand that Mrs. Sullivan intends to remove to Sydney. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
SjmcUI Advertl»eJa»»t». NURSE SMYTH, CfiB'BiriCAtED IADIBS' 3ST-CTS.S33, KAS Comfortable Accommodation for Ladies .A.T MBS. MrTJIsriXA.'yS, ami is prepared to attend Ladies in their own homes in Town or Couulrv. KELVINSIDE Boarding : Establishment. ll.ate Roso, Shamrock, nod Thistle Hold) MONARO 8TRKKT. QUKANMiYAN, Ne.ir the Bridge. Vodcralt Chnigct. RelreshmenU at all Hours. Kvcrv Convenience (or IToiiulry Visitors. . . -**. Good SUbllng Accommciialon. ?^ MBS. J. anr&SAT. Proprl»tre»a.
Queanbeyan Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
Qnuuibqnui K14« Ch-b. The following are the scores in connection with the above club's shooting on Saturday last : Nome. 2O5yds. MOydl. Hnud'p. Total. E. Gibus 26 24 7 57 A. Feagan 27 25 4 56 H. Beatty 28 27 scr. 55 A. Fallick 23 25 4 52 E.Erenshaw25 22 5 52 J. Feagan 28 20 3 51 D. Poole 13 25 . 9 ? 47 R. Thomson 22 iQ 5 46 R.Moore 21 17 7 45
Passing notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 23 May 1905
| Passing notes. I By | i'ori-s.'ii in- last' issue of The Lkader, it was reported (by wire) that Senator .Matlieson, just back from England, declared that Brilisb investors were '? withdrawing their capital from Australia, fearing a socialistic reign.' To give the senator's talea vigorous bump, the banks have all posted notices to Uie effect that re duced rates of interest are to be paid on fixed deposits. Which means that there is a surplus of ' capital ' going begging for local investment. The Australian capitalist would; therefore, be a happier man if bis liritish brother would take his capi tal away in a hurry. The Horsc Ualian chap would then get a higher rate of interest for his little bit. But there's no danger of the British capitalist taking unto hiraseU wings and flitting Itoih Australia — not while he can keep ou squeezing a few millions a year out of us in the form of interest. ^ * * » A weary and wealthy old squatter who loves this paper like his ancient relative is sa...