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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1904. Editorial. "LAZY IMMORAL AND FOUL MOUTHED." [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 October 1904

seanrenan g3e WITH WHICH ARE' INCORPORATED Q.qanbeyan ..Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1904. Editorial. LAZY IMMORAL AND FOUL MOUTHED." Tan Rev. Campbell of the City Temple, snocessor of Dr. Parker, has been getting himself advertised by stigmatising the Lon don working classes as " lazy unthrifty and improvident and sometimes immoral, foul mouthed and untruthful." This is alarm ing taken with the scorching criticism of the rich and society people of merry England. Nodoubt the fulmination against the char acter of the toilers and the denunciations of the manners and amusements of the leisured are exaggerated to catch the eye, but there may be sufficient justification and set Auns tralians thinking. Why do we send mis sionaries to Japan, China and the islands when imperial patriotism ahould prompt us toenvangelise the deteriorating stock from which we sprang? Every Australian visitor to London is surprised, if not exactly con sternated,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 October 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. 0- fool 0 CHAPTER XXII.-CoNTINUED. Ilowever, when he went the next day to fetch Mabel to see some pictures at the Now Gallery, he certainl, was more attentive, mere solicitous forher o:mfort and enjoyment than he had been hitherto. Till now, he had merely treated her with cousinly courtesy, but to-day he threw more warmth into his manner, till hewas suddenly taken aback by a whisper from Mabel. 'I am frightfully obliged to you, Jack, for playing your part so well, I think it's quite jolly of you, because I don't want any one to know our secret, and if you treat me like this I'm sure no one will guess it. It's really awfully good of you.' r Jack laughed a little constrainedly and a trifle uncomfortably. 'He felt at that moment he would have given: worlds to be able to tell the tall, fair girl by' his side that he was not noacting, that he was not playing a part, but that her loneliness, her generosity, her gentleness had touched his heart," and that...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Don't Leave the Town. PLENTY OF PROOF RIGHT HERE IN QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 October 1904

Don't Leave the Town. -o-- PLENTY OF PROOF RIGHT HERE IN QUEANBEYAN. Claim is one thing, proof another. Columbus claimed the world was round. Did people believe it ? Not until he proved it Unproven claims have inade the people spe.o ties.~' Every claim made for' the "Little Con. queror " is proven. Proven in Queanbeyan by local experience. Here is one case from the many we have. Mr. W. A. Parker, Monaro St., this town, says:-" A long time I obtained a box of Doans' Backache Kidney Pills at B. R. Pollard's Pharmacy, and this medicine proved the very thing I needed for pains in the small of .my back. Months after I had these pains return and 1 obtained the same remedy and was cured a second time. I've had no sign of the com plaint since. They are splendid pills for back. ache and should be used by all sufferers with this complaint." Success has brought up many imitations of Doan's Pills, but there is nothing " just as good " as the remedy which cured Mr. Parker -Doan's Backache Kidney...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An International Crime. Terrible Catastrophe. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 October 1904

An International Crime. Terrible Catastrophe. A a?HUDRDa and fifty Bull trawlers were fishing off Dogger Bank, 200 miles east of Spurn Head at midnight on Friday, when the Baltio fleet approached. The Commander of the fishing boats burned'a green flare, denoting that they were fishing. After the first part of the squadron had passed, searchlights were played on the fisherman, and then a violent fusilade was open. ed by some of the rearmost warships. The trawler Crane sank, a shell decapitating, George Smith master of the Crane, and one sailor. The rest of the erew, nine of whom were wounded, were rescued. Joseph Smith, who was asleep below was awakened by the firing, and ran on deck. He narrowly escaped a shell, which de. molished a lamp beside him. Smith was horri fied to see the decapitated bodies of his father and a sailor named Legott lyng on deck, while others of the crew were badly hurt. As the vessel was beginning to. sink, the second engineer signalled for help, as a shot ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 October 1904

THE CALLAGHAN STYLE - BOOK. A POSTAL CARD will bring you the new issue of the famous CALLAGHAN STYLE BOOK, and places your name on our mailing list. Thls new Style-Book is the most complete, reliable and correct Boot Style-Book ever published in theCcmmonwealth. IT IS THE OALLAGHAN STOCK ON PAPER. You'll find you can take your new "OALLAGHANS" out of the parcel and put them on and go out for all day. They'll a perfect fit-smooth as a well-made glove Inside and out. Our Style-Book shows you how to order. Our Mail-order system provides that we will cheerfully exchange goods or refund the money it desired. You can therefore handle and FIT on CALLAGIIAN BOOTS without eing oompelled to buy. You take no risk The CALLAGHAN STYLE-BOOK tells the whole story in 35 pages of accurate photo graphs and descriptions. Mailed FRE to any addres In the Commonwealth. Send for it today. Nodel W.Is, Peatl fiks IT/8, "Your Boots seem to be everlanting"... J. MoR., Newcastle. "The ShOes resolved are in eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 October 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s 6d ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -o 0- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. TWO FAMOUS REMEDIES. DR. SOUTHAM'S GOUT & RHEUMATIC PILLS Are a safe and effective Cure for Gout, Rheuma. tism, Rheumatic Gout, Sciatica, Tic Doloreaux and Rheumatic Pains in the Head and Face. They -are quick in their action and wonderful in effect. These Pills are sold In bottles at 1/-, 2/1, sI/- post free. ROSE'S CELEBRATED EYE LOTION Known throughout Australasia as a safe and complete Remedy tor all EYE Complaints. Sold by all Ohetmlete and Storekeepers. Sole Proprietors and Manufscturers H. A. ROSE & CO., Chemists, 531 George St,, Sydney. Correspondence Invited. The only Pharmacy open Day and Night. TWO TE SE- I 'BILLY' & ' OLDENIA' 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...

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Biliousness and Headache. BILE BEANS AGAIN IN EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 28 October 1904

Biliousness and Headache. BILE BEANS AGAIN EVIDENCE. " I W0OTLD not be without Bile Beans in ' tLe house," writes Mr. C. E. Williams, of Bal moral Avenue, Rosedale, via Croydon, N.8. W. "I was subjeot to viouent bilious attacks accompanied by splitting headaches. If I ate my food, I would have a nasty of retching and would feel sick and faint and could not stand without support. I tried may medi oines in the hope of gaining relief, but all proved absolutely worthless. A friend reconi. mended Bile Beans and gave me a few to try. The result of these few doses was very satie fictory'indeed, and it is now some consider able time since I had a bilious attack. If I feel at all out of sorts, I take a Bean and am soon right again. Tho bilious headaches have left me, I have a clear head and a better appetite. In fact, I am my old self again." Bile Beans are a safe and speedy cure "fo biliousness, headache,; indigestion, constipa tion, 'piles, debility, female weakness, ner vousness, bad.bloo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

MOTH . SElELi SY CUR ES elrly all our minor ailments and ny daners - --di-eacs hliVC thleir crigsn in som.e disorder ot the slcltcmtn. :3 liver and kindn, afi ctiog the vital I roeesen5 fd dietatiul "r Iland naUtrtlon. It health. tile daily tcptrnliture .f I.l .? CONSTIPATION, force is replenished by the digestion t I., ? ht -t.n digestion Gttls. as in dyspcpisi oti sinigestiln the Ses. PAINS AFIER EATINS, of bodily repair are cut ouf and every r.al. ,t the i s .t ? FULNESS AT THE CHEST agord digesi?n by taking Aother .-erlss )itup ':) u after meals. As a dlgestt. e tonic and ct, machlc ten edy it f.: NERVOUS DEPRESSION, has no equal. It clears the head. blan a the nerves. tones the liver, asslstt digestion and helps you to gaiu strength BILIOUSNESS, from food-the only wa) It can be gined. THE WORLD'S REMEDY "From my childhood I suffered extremely from THE LIVERos ness and indilgestion," writes Miss Sarah E. Parkcr,. .rret CLEANSES THE LIVER, Street, Cottesloe. near Perth, W.A.. on ...

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V.R.C. CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

f. ,R.O. CARNlrIVAL. (ByTelegraph,) ST:r?an war a large attendanee at Flemington on S' ' rday to witnes: the' Derby, the. :wrather "'doon?ditiorii being perfeet., The following are the , rel-sit.e of,,,thb? racing,' ias posted outsale our office on Saturday afternoon :--- t , ", 'Mailen Plate.-Bewioher, Fabrio,:Dlvi dend. Maribyrnong Plate.-Murillo, 'North! ead, Charles Stuart. - -er fotham :Handi?ap.-Elvo,, 1Czaovitc , Pa. tronus . Viotori eDbrby. -=Sylyvnita, Lord F tzroy, Billingsgate.' - ' . Melbourne 8takes,--Gladsome, Lord ard. : oburg. Stakes -sP.K,,.Red Streak, C?erson. "'Encourage Stakes.-Scoreher,. Japhet, Grena. Ct,·

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

Sporting. MI. WALsH, of Gundaroo, informs us that it is his intention to hold races on Boxing Day. A Michelagoite has drawn Murmur in Tatter sall's No. 1 consultation in the Melbourne Cup. Cup Dreamers are numerous this year. Lo cally three persins have spotted the winner for the Melbourne Cup while in the land of nod. One has dreamt Blinker, another Emir, and a third, Damoet. Sporting men generally will be interested by a record of the following foalings which have during the past fortnight taken plice at Mr Gerald Massey's stud farm at Gundaroo: Caroline and Winoline, the two well-known country performers who between them have won upwards of one hundred races, have both thrown foals to War God, Winoline's being a chestnut filly and Caroline's a bay colt. The Trenton mare, Zittella, has also a War God Ally at foot, and Elvira, the dam of The Pal. mist, has a brown filly foal by the same sire. All these youngsters are well-grown and show no end of quality, and it appears reasonably ...

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P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

P. and A. Associatton. As aETrrio of the executivte oimmitte' of th above Association was held in the School of Arts last Saturday. afternoon. :-There ; were :present :-Messre H. J:, Dixie (ohair), J. M. McIntosh, R. J. Anderson E. G. Atkin son, P. Shumaok, 0. ,..MoKeahnie, W. Snow, W. Clemesba, E.' G. 0race, J; Fean N. H. Gibbs, F. Warwick, J. Knox, E. E. Hudson, and the Secretary-, (Mr.! A.,: W. Moriarty). A letter from Professor Siebertaskingfoi? the. use of the Show ground for next Anni versary 'Day on wihich' to' hold'bports in aid of the Church of England Guild Society was read.-It was resolved that Dr. Blackall (the lessee) be approached, and in consideration of consent being obtained, a charge of '1'0/86 be made, and the Guild be responsible for any damage that may be done. The consideration of the schedule stew ards' final reports was adjourned to Decem ber 10th, and it is urged that particulars of all special prizes be in the hands of the Secretary not later than that day....

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CRICKET. QUEANBEYAN V. DUNTROON [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

*IU ' OKTO '" 0' - " : " , QUEZR4 A rtST .DUi5TROOM0'1 .' ew ejoyable weather set in on Saturday afternoon, which proved benefioial to the; ocoas .'on of the Cricket match-Queanbeyith v. Dun. troon.', The latter won the toss and took their stand at the wicket at 2 30. Very 'fair form was shewn on both sides, but Quoanbeyan failed to uphold her laurels on this occasion, the visitors having shewn their superiority both in bowling and batting. We regret to note that Queanbeyan did not respond to the duties of sportmanship, for on this occasion, we are informed, that seven of the picked team only turned up. This should not be,for it offers very little inducement to visiting teams, and ! proves highly uncomplimentary. The ladies proved. themselves equal to the occasion by supplying ,'V?kfternbon tea. Those who assisted were Mrs. ....--Atklnson, Misses Jeffreys, Seton (2), Lahd, and, Hudson. Following are the individual scores:-, Dvuaroox.-1st Innings. G. Murty, stp and b Boyd 8 J. Butt, ...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

' -1[itTEOROLOGICALNE RsEADrG at No.2 Observing Station for week endiug October 28 :-Barometer-28'7, 28'7, 29.2"-29;' 28"9,, 28"8, 28"7. Thermometer (Max)-76 ,58, 69, 69, 7134, 76, 81"6; (Mio) 40,043'5, 38, 8394, 44,48, 45"2. Rain-nil. Wind' N,W. to, W; force 4 to 1, Cloud 6 : O-. s :,.. . . . STesCOgsts,.-In reference to the situation asi between Great Britain and Russia, the .latter is said. to have. asked for time to iniquireinto the question at issue, and it is repdrted that twenty days is the time to be allowed.: The case is so plain, and so mon. strone against Russia that inqui'y seems to be unnecessary. However, should time for inquiry be allowed, and diplomacy has todo many things that hardly fit in with a military situation, the Russian Baltic Fleet should be made to mark time on its way to the Far East until the inquiry is over. This is more especially the case because that feet seems to have emerged from the Baltic in much the same temper as an ignorant and Cookney sports...

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PORT ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

' welare to believe the,cbledfe' a~;'d onitlle very gullabieseotionof. ushavecmauh ,ore dality left?,Pcb'rArthnr is' ue to fall; this week; Well if it.does .alliit iwiji. be the most glorious fall in history for it' l.as for 7everal monthswithstood the combined as saults of a modcern navy and an army of f~anatibal oourage, perfectly disciplined and equipped with modern weapons and served with deaidly-tup to-date ammunition. The mtarvel ies'that Port" Arthur baa not long since capitulated;' and the:-Inct. that it has witht'oodeconntless shoocks shows that the "ge of heroism and endurance is not past for the white races. "ties therefore deeply regrettfble that the prestige :of Bear'esbravn soldiers hibuld be tarnished by tho' brutal blunderin?ga 'of thle: ,altio 'Fleet, While 'Port Arthur had .merited-'the applause' of the world'and'ennobled the name of Russia, the-BaltiozFleet.aochie.ved,. the. contempt of nations and 'besmirked the character of Japan's enemy..' But Port Arthur has n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1904. Editorial. CUP WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

SARB.IN0RPNORATE s, Queanbeyan -/Times,,, ungpndor, irror, & Ci iCAutiiin~s Flat liMiner. TUES DAY. pYEMBEBR 1, 11904. Edito a i1..J I S Tu.i k Melbou`rne Cp iveek ?agaih~hestablishes the fact thab the :southern "oity if jnot the SF::: i.rdettopoliso, othe C.opmmonwealth? is the i ,: . capital ofj lborfetralia. T- e ;iighty, gallop of the great; bo?ses is an ?vent' that stiirs .young?.and old..fton :wyved?washed hore to continental core. " A few ?nit?niholy moral li its may peitnrl~ tleir?abls 'over the wickedness of the mnultithdbinwfbllowing the fortunea'of-fleet horse flesh on Fleming. Si ,toni ibut' iiot ianyiwill be,foindrlidalthy and hearty who sympathise with' them. A ...... sporteloving community. is the best of all communities and there is far less ýviacein i port than in:many"diversions, of the sons oof Adam.and daughters of Ev e. That the } Melbourne; COnpt the greatest of our gaumb. . ling events is true. But life isa lottery and hlere isaii gamble in nearly bier...

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The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

Tihe Storytellor A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXII.-OONTINUED. 'We shall ineet to-morrow night. I dine here, as you know. Lady Gosport has asked me to bring a man, and I was thinking I might as well ask Searle, what do you think ?' ' Oh, yes,' Mabel answered, ' he seemed very nice.' Then she tarned snddenly. 'I must run away, for I hear little Dicky call ing me. I promised to take him to tea in Kensington Gardens, that's why I wanted to hurry home. Dear little Dicky, he's such a darling boy !' Jack looked pleased, for be liked a woman to be fond of children as much as he pre ferred her to have a gentle voice and to wear soft clothes. CHAPTER XXIII. Mrs. Ponesonby was sitting in her boudoir. The blinds of her rooms were slightly lowered, and hothouse flowers seemed every where. It wasn't a pretty room she sat in ; there was a sort of French make up about it, though it looked well by electric light. It was past five o'clock, and she ~kd asked Jack Trenton to come to tea at that honr. Sh...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

Local and General. FLOWER Show on next Monday week. YAnaALtMLA and 1Juntroon called their rolls to-day. A BUNGEND :RE correspondent says that the Molouglo River is teeming with trout. DESCPlLES f " Isaac Walton " may try their luck at trout fishing after to-day. IN the Protestant lall to-night the Rev. J. Fussell will deliver a lecture entitled " The Wittiest Race on Earth." ALT. the returns of the local hospital ball are not yet in, but Mr. Theo. Cooper expects a credit of about £70. The nett proceeds of the Cooma annual hospital ball held on the 12th October, are £103 5/7, which constitute a record for Oooma. TRE annual Presbyterian picnic takes place to-morrow afternoon at the Church and in the recreation ground. FIrrr fat catt!e were purchased by a Goal burd butchor from M*. Maddrell, of Braid wood, last week at £9 per head. SuxEnrao. will be started in most of , the local sheds this week. The dates of each' shed have previously been announced in these columns. A sLY grog sellin...

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MICHELAGO. PICNIC AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

MIOM HELAGO. . (From Our Corresponde,'t) PICNIC AND SPORTS. A rxc?ic and sports, in aid of the R.C. Church, were held in the charch grounds on Wednesday last, and financially proved a great success. The weather was bright and warm and an ideal day for a picnic. The attendauce was munch larger than anticipated, a great many visitors from the neighbouring districts being presout. Luncheon was spread on the grass in thorough picnic fashion and the catering was left in the hands of the ladies. The supply seemed equal to the demand and the wants of every one appeared to be satisfied. The respon sikility of attending to the tabhls seemed to rest on the shoulders of M:rs. and Miss Cummins, Miss Ke sfe, and Miss A. Cotter. A fruit stall and cordial booth was run under the management of Miss G. Hayes, Miss Gunn, and Miss K. Smith, and judging by their receipts, obtained the lion's share of public patronage. The sports programme did not realise expectations Competitors were evidently in the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

Good. Advice! RHAES & RUSSEL QUEANBEYAN Shearing Supp ies. Big Stock to . , ' SCheapest w& Rest. OT / ,DLA . .......... ......,'E"Tr , GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTST. rgTENDERS addresse4 to the Clerk of Peitt SSessioans at Queanbeyan, and ehdorsed " Tender for Roadwork," will be reoeivbd op to Noon on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8ito for. work on the' following, roads :-Cont at 'No.' 2/4.5, Quetnbeyan .to Gudgenby, via! D]ik's Yards (Fresh Tenders) and Oeatract ? 9/4,5,' Old Burra Road to Miehelago. , SPECI FIOATIONS may be sben at tn House', Qusanbeyan. 0. o. U. O' ANLO.;N, Distriot Works Offloer, - SFIHERIES DEPARTMENT, Sydney, 21st Octoberj 1904. ,"iHE attentioni'of. Fish ermeri and 4tbers, is L -"`direted . to tw Proclaiiations I 'if?t. " Government Gnzette" No. 564 of 14thObto ,ber, 1904, and,the " Sydney Marning :Herald," ;and-'"Daily Telegraph'.' of 29ch Ootobgr, 1904 :(1) Rielcinding:the Proclamation of 29th 'J'inlj, 1902,'-describing the kind of net known, as " Meshing" ...

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The Baltic Fleet Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 November 1904

The Baltic Fleet Outrage. ADMIRAL Rozhjeatveunki reports that the Dogger Bank iccident was provoked by two torpedo boats, which, without lights, advan ced to attack the vessel leading the squad ron. When searchlights were used and five oponed,the presence was discovered of several small steam vessels resembling fishing-boats. The Russians, according to the Admiral,tried to spare the fishing-boats, and ceased fire as s)on as the torpedo boats were out of sight. Rozhjestvronski adds that the squadron did not remain to assist the fishermen because they were suspected of complicity. " In the name of the fleet," he says, "I express sincere regret for the unfortunate victims of circumstances. No warship, even in a time of profound peace, could have acted other wise." Count Lamedorff, Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, courts an inqui.-y at Vigo if the laws of neutrality permit oflit. The Russian Foreign Office asserts that 20 Jap anese officers recently arrived at Hull. Spain has allow...

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