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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1904. Editorial. A COMPLACENT PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 November 1904

*ueattte 4n * e WITH WHICH AIE INOORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, /Bangendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. 'FRIDAY, T6VEMBER4; 1904. " Editorial. a . OMPtA.CENT, PREMIER. TnERl was a time when Mr. :Reid annoyed the N.S.W. opposition by wanting and gen •erally having his own way. He is now. irritatidg the Federal. Opposition by not wanting and never having his own. way. When'the Watson-Deakin-Lyne Party indi cats a.pbeference for anything the Prime Minister confounds them by conceding it. When they make a suggestion it is adopted on the.spot. When they think they have discovered something entirely against the -Prime Minister's grain they are fiabergasted and disgusted to find him facilitating their proposal. They put obstacles in his way, but Mr. Reid jumps over them with the agility 6f a steeplechaser. He has looped '?the loop of Parliamentary principles, and can be relied on to go on looping the loop 'fill he is temporarily at rest in recess. An opponent of tariff reform, he ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

CHAPTERXXIV. Jack had riui down to Trenton, Park to say.good-byeto his family: Lqdy Trenton, hard-hearted to everybody else, was more S phliable where her son was concerned, and had. done her beat. to dissuade him from go 'ing on this expedition, but Jack had refused to. be pursuaded to' stay. He knew that it was Mabel's wish that his people shouldn't quite understand hbow little affection there was between them, and therefore to a certain extent ihis tongue was tied, and he couldn't explain .his ' exact reasons for being so an xious to go. He knew well, had he been head over ears in love with his Jiancee, that nothing would have taken him from her side so soon before their marriage, unless it had been his absolute -duty to serve his country and then he knew that he .would have done all in his power to marry her first, but now :things weredifferent. Mabel interested him after, a..fashion, but she was so absolutely .cold and indifferent to him, and checked so peremptorily and demonst...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Orange Blossoms. DAWES—FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

Orange Blossoms. DAWES-FRANKLIN. A QUIET but pretty wedding took place at Brindabella on Wednesday, 26th October, when Mr. W. P. Dawes, third son of Mr. W. Dawes, of Good Hope, was married to Miss Amy, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Franklin, of Brindabella Station. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Hyland, at 8 a.m., at the bride's parents' residence. Only the immediate relations of the bride and bridegroom were present. The bride, who was given away' by her 'father, looked charming in a pretty grown of cream shirred silk, trimmed with lace, cream hat trimmed with ostrich feathers and chiffon. She carried) handsome shower bouquet, and wore a gold watch and mnff chain, the, gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Ivy Franklin acted as bridesmaid, and was prettily dressed in white nun's veiling and lace, and wore a hat of white chip trimmed with chiffon and sprays of cherries, she also wore a gold (name) locket and chain, the gift of . the bridegroom. .Mr. J. M. E. Franklin ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

Tihe Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. "OHAPTER XXII. OoNT"INUED. S'I'm well outof that ',he said with asigh of relief, whon. he found himself seafe in a hansom. 'She's a regular little intrigvante. I don't care for that sort of woman. 1 may be a dull fellow, for'most of the men I know would rather enjoy that sort of adventure, but though I don't love Mabel, I mean to be true to her. How could I be otherwise after all she has done for me ? I don't 'see myself dining tete-a.toft with Mrs. Ponsonby-I'll send her a polite note to excuse myself, and a big bouqudt.of flowers to make my peace.' So next morning Mrs. Ponsonby received much to her annoyance, a large bunch of orchids, and a note which ran as follows: De ' Dear Mrs. Ponsonby-I am so sorry that 'I am obliged to throw you over, but at the last moment I find'that Lady Gosport and my ftancoe are free on Friday evening, so I am getting up a litte farewell dinner for them both. I shall soon be back, and after our marriage shall hope to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

MOTHER SEIGELS SYRUP Neaarly all our minor ailments and many datagenns CU RE $ ...es here their or. in in r.me disorder ol the sitoach. liver and kidneys, atetl g nl the vital proessea of digestion ONSTIPnd utriion. In health, the daily euendrirte of vrtal fONSTIPATIO, orce i rrluih. by the dig .ton f fIood, but wh.-n digetiol fails as airi dys'p.-.ia and ;nligesticn. the a.ti'eea PAINS AFTER EATING, of bodil- repair are cot oft and every an of ithe r s atarv?l and poisoned. To be vt*rrt and htealthy. maintain FULNESS AT THE CHEST, a good digeslion hby tking hst IhLr Sriglta S rup daity Nterhnoes. As a diar ii s s-nic and it, machlc ten edy it NERVOUS DEPRESSION, ha. no equal. It cl.ar the headn bracs -th nerves. tr the liar, assillt digestion and helps you to gain strergth BILIOUSNESS, rom od-the only war it can be gained. THE WORLD'S REMEDY From my childhood I asffer'd se?emnaly from bilious- EASES THE IVER ness and ndigstion," writes Miss Sarah . rkr, rret LEASES THE LIVER, Stree...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GININDERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

GININDERRA o CanrIoT.-The annual meeting of our rlocket Club was held at the Oricketers' Arms Hotel on Saturday night, there being a fair attendance of members. The secretary and treasurer (Mr, J. F. Ueazlett) presented his report and balance sheet for the preceding twelve months. The report showed that during last season the fint eleven of the club played nine matches and came out with an unbeaten record. Theprincl. pal batting and bowling averages were as fol' lows :-Batting: T. Gribble 52, A. Boyd 5i,1, J. Ryan 23;2, J. F. Heazlett 20.5, S. MUrni 20.5, G. Gribble 14 8 P. Hollingsworth 14,J, W. Gribble 13.2, E. Suuthwell 11.2, G. South' well 10. Bowling : P. Hollingsworth 4.2, G. Gribble 6 2, J. F. Heszlelt 9.2, W. Gribble9.1, S. Buckmaster 9.8. The balanoe.sheet dies closed the fact that after meeting all liabilities for the past year there was a credit balance of £4 101 in hand, which was considered highly satisfactory. The election of officebearers for the ensuing year resulted...

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Queanbeyan as a Tourist District. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

Queanbeyan as a Tourist - District. Dunrro t.h summer months of the year the Railway Commissioners, in order to aff.,rd week-end excursions to those who in following their busy vocations in the sweltering heat of the city to enjoy an outing, either for pleasure or to a health sanatorium, issue cheap return tickets to favourite tourist resorts in this State. These excursion tickets are issued at a charge of twopence (first-class) and one penny (second class) return, by the last train of every Friday and all trains on Saturdays during the pree orined tourists' season, ava lable for return up to and including the Monday week, after date of issue. It is needless to say that thousands of men and wonmen who are confined to the precincts of the dirty, smoky city, avail them selves of this luxury, and it is still more certain to say that the innovation does not incur a loss to the Commissioners, but on the other hand, is carried on at a gigantic profit, in consequence of the inducement to s...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

RIFLE SHOOTING. THe second rifle match of the Deoemberquarter of the Qveanbeyan Rite Club for prizes of Si and 2s Id, first and'seoold reiphbtively, was hot of at the butts on last Saturday afternoon, with the following results : ShootorE 100yds 00yda 'Hand. Totd P. Naylor 26 30,' ' 59 R. Palliak 21 12 11 44 A. Falliok 25 20 3 48 R. Thompson 28 2 12 48 E. Lesmond 17 15 13 45 H. Hungerford 28 27 a 65 D. MoDonald 13 17 14 44 J. Woodger 28: 17 10 55 A. W. Vaisey 4 0 14 18 E. Gibba 26 28 10 6q H. Beatty 24. 20 3 41 E. Moore 15 .27 3 46

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

Hospital Meeting. AT the monthly meeting of the Quesnbeya n District Hospital, held last Friday afternoon, a there were present : - essrs. F. Campbell (President), A. E. Garraway, F.. J. Dunlop, E. ;E Hudson, R. J. Anderson, O. U. O'Han ion, Dr. Iiochardson, and the Secretary. The only correspondence was a letter having reference to a patient unldsr treatment at the local hospital, nam-d Frederick Blatch, whom the medical staff thought best to transfer to a Sydney Hospital. A railway pass had been applied for and received, but the medical gentlemen considering the unfitness of the patient for a railway joerney, advised his re nmainlng longer in the local Institution. The f secretary was instructed to communicate with r the Railway Commissioners intimating that the e pass would be hold for the time being. An attached circular stated that passes to patients are only issued upon receipt of testimony signed e by the recognised medical staff of an hospital. a This was ordered to be poste...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

Sporting. Tur Hnskingtown sports are preparing their programme for their annual race meeting on Boxing Day. Are our locals going to allow the approaching holidays to pass over again without any public amusements? The race mare Dunless, who has now jolned the ranks of the ponies, won the hurdle race at the weekly meetoLng of the Kensington Race Club. A wager on the next Melbourne Cup las already been made, a backer having aoeepted £100 to 1 about Murillo. It is a singular thing that the two biggest events connected with the Australian turf were this year won by horses owned by bookmakers. Lord Cardigan, Mr. Mayo's game little champion horse, died in Melbourne on Saturday afternoon. At the time the horse was taken ill, negotiations for purchase were in progress. Mr. Mayo refused the fist offer of 3,000 gui neas for the son of Positano. Blinker, the horse who ran third in the Mel bourne Cup last week, is under offer to an En. glih buyer. The New Zealand Cup, a handicap of 2,000 sonv., ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An American Trial. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

An American Trial. FROM a copy of the Buffalo Courier, sent us direct from the land of Stars and Stripes, we extract the following :-" San Francisco, September 10.-" Hello, is that Judge Ken worthy ?' "Yes, and are you Charles Hughes of Utica, N. Y. ?' "I am, sir, and I wish to plead quilty to vinlation of the game laws of this State." "Well, Mr. Hughes, I will fine you 850, and warn you not to repeat the offense." This conversation, over 200 miles of wire constituted the trial of a rich Eastern attorney before Justice of the Peace Kenworthy of Willets. The unique trial by telephoce was the idea of Chief Deputy Volelsang of the Fish Commission, who had arrested Hughes on an eastbound train for killing dear in Mendocina Country in violation of the game laws. The defendant had been camping near Willets for several weeks. When he was arrested on his way East he protested that he was due in Buffalo to ac' as " best man "at a wedding. To enable him to keep his engagement the trial by tel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

CRICKET. PLLATIP in a team, representing the Southern Cricketers, against Globe, last Friday, Gribble in the first innings mado a " Duck," and in the second innings 5. The match resulted in a win for Glebe by 222 rune-Oountry 196, Globeb41, At a meeting, represented by both losn cricket clubs, held last reek, at which Mr. Hnngerford presided, it was resolved upon ths proposition of Mr. Woodward, seconded by Mr, Lewis, that the two teams amalgamate. A subo-ommittee, conisting of Messrs. Woodward, Boyd, Lewis, Harrison. and Willis, were ap. pointed to draw up proposals of amalgamation, which will be presented to a committee meeting on next Thursday night for consideration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

FURNITURE- MONEY 8AVED FOR COUNTRY RESIDENTS I DRAWING-ROOM SUITE. [ In Silk rapestry and Plush, compris / We haen ANY Furniture Firm ing Settee, Pair of Arm Chairs, tw' 4 We hallenge ANY Fiture Firm to se Small Chairs, and two Occasionall the same qualities as these at the same prices. Chairs, Walnut Overmantel, Bevr t "' Nunf sod 1" Glesa, Inlaid Octagon Centre Table Inlaid Ccrner Whatnot, and S Y?I) ' Table........................... £8 8/0 DINING ROOM SUITE. BEDROOM SUITE. Two Easy Chairs, 6 Carved Back ndB- lass Door; D seated and Upholstered in Leather. Oomprising Wardrobe, Carved Pan hars, ad Large Couh, all Sprint Drawer, Duchease Toilet Chest, Bevel SIDEBOARD, with bevel Giess Glass Attoached. Back. OVERMANTEL and Dinin, Washstand, with Marble Top and Table .............................. £10 10/0 Bevel GOass Back, P.destal Cupboard, Towel Rails, and 2 Carved Back . Chairs, Walnut Colour ......... £9 9/0 DOUBLE BEDSTEAD. Full Size, Parisian Top, Brass Rails and Spindles in F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2 ,, ,, Bubscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -0 0- THE PIONEER oNEWSPAPER, Established 1860. DONT BE FOOLISH ISNi'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR I MONEY on a bicycle that has 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. that is FULLY GUARANTEED and w « a will LAST you FOR YEARS, no mattas , What sort of work you give it. WRITE TO US OR CALL ON OUR S " LOCAL AGENTS. YOU CAN buy on LONG EAbY TERMS. SMALL DE POSIT, payments made to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN IPART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., Eydney. THE GOOLD BICYCLE CO. .E... "VWr. I-O3E&W 3OMT, AG(ENT, QUEANBEYAN. LARGEST STOOK OF SUNDRIES in town, at Lowest Prices 'om Two T1LA&U-ia 'BILLY' 'GOLDENIA' YOU' know "BILLY" TEA of course. Everybody who is anybody, knows "BILLY," it has boos the standard drink cI Aust...

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More Humilation. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

More Humilation. TaE Reid-McLeaD Ministry. swallowed its latest humiliation as if it were a lump cf chocolate-to which meeting sweet Mr, Reid is very partial. The Ministry saw the House counted out in its face and tis business stragetically adjourned by the oppogiiioD. This was no accidental matter, but a precon. certed tactic and its meaningis the determina tion of the opposition not only to shame but to force the Government to the country. And the Government took no notice of a repeti tion of an insult intended to show that its following is too weak numerically to guar antee the carrying on of the business of the Commonwealth. And Mr. Reid makes ap peals to the opposition to help him'to keep a quorum. The Sydney press is alw.ys point ing out that the opposition is glad the Gov ernment is not defeated, because defeat means a dissolution; yet the opposition is doing everything it can to preciptate a gen eral elecliop. In the circumstances it is I being made palpable to the dullest i...

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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, NOVEMBER 8, 1904. Editorial. 61 to 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

wrH WHICH ARE INOORPORATED "-- Queanlieyan Times,. Bungendore Mirror & - Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1904. EIditorial. S61 to 9.. IN s teet vote on the first important item of l]' islation the Carrutbers Ministry, scored 61 against 9 which shows an astoundingly solid support. When Mr. McGowen divided the House on the Government assuming Soffice every Labour vote was ast against the Carruthors team. The other night every Labour vote went with the Government and the nine adverse votes were cast by recalci trant Ministerialiats--by the metropolitan members who objected to the first genuine effort at financial Reform. It is a triumph for the Government which took up office with a party majority of one over the com bined opposition of the Labour Party and the survivors of the shattered Ministerial legions of See-Waddell, and now find a majority of no less than 52. On paper this looks like long life to the Carruthers Minis try, but actually it means that its party f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

Severe Burns and Ringworm. A BLACKSMITH PRAISES ZAM-BUK "I have used your Zam.Buk on several occasions and with snoh satisfabtory results that I hardly know how to commence telling you about it," says R. E. Parkinson, a blacksmith, of Cook Street, Musswellbrook, N.S.W. "While working at my trade. I received a very severe burn on my, hand, which almost mode it imp6ssible for 'me to handle my tools. Seeing the wonderful healing properties of Zam-Buk advertised in a similar case, I purchased a pot and applied the balm to my hand, and in less than a week it was completely healed. One of my children had a very bad ringworm on her head for which we tried many remedies without result. Zam-Bok was applied, and within two weeks the Ringworm had com pletely disappeared. Another child who had also contracted the same trouble was also cured by Zam-Buk. Owing to the nature of my employment in winter, my hands are generally sore and bleeding with the wet and cold, but this winter I rubbed them we...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

Local and General. PRESBYTERIAN picnio in the reo to-morrow. AucInoN sales at the local yards on Thurs day. SHEARING is drawing to a close up Ganda gai way. A REWARD is offered for any one discover ing Queanbeyan's publio bath agitators I! AN exchange says: "(Cup dreamers are not born-they are mostly bred on - indi gested anppers." MR H. J. JEFFREYS informs us that 492 dogs have been registered in Queanbeyan this year, giving a revenue of £61. 10/ DowN Riverina way wheltgrowers are freely offering the new season's crop at 8/2 per bushel delivered at country railway stations. AT the Sydney wool sales last Thursday 99 bales of greasy merino wool sold at 16d per Ib.-a record price for the season. THE "ringer " in one of the Gundagai sheds this year is said to have shorn" 228 sheep iu a working day of eight hours. TEE Flower Show is to be opened in the Protestant Hall at'3 p.m. on the 14th in stant by A. M. Millard, Esq., M.L.A., and A. Chapman, Esq., M.H.R.--Advt. THE services in Chris...

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Tragedy in a Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 November 1904

Tragedy in a Train. AT the inquest on the body found in the Southern mail train at Goulburn on Thurs morning, the jury returned an open verdict. It was discovered that the name of deceased was Arthur A. Barrett, a Government em ployee, 22 years of age, residing at Wingello. By the circumstances surrounding the case it is at once apparent that in all probability the deceased committed suicide. He was shot in two places, and by his feet lay a double-barrel gun with both barrels dis charged. In the next compartment was travelling a Cootamundra lady, but she did not hear the discharge of the fatal shot. Both the father and mother of the unfortun- ate man gave evidence, when depositions were made to the following effect :-"De-   ceased had some trouble with a girl at Maralan, and a letter from her had been seen with deceased asking for money with which to support an illegitimate child ; deceased had denied intimate knowledge of the girl, and the case was to be heard at Marul...

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The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

. The Storyteller A .MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXIV.--ONTINUED. 'Jack shcok his sister's hand on his arml ' No, Beo,' he said with indignation, 'I wil ask her I Mabel came leore a few months ago a poor friendless girl, only invited because she was an heiress, only asked in fact that I, great person as you all thought me, might look her over and see if I would offer her my lordly hand. .Because she was dressed rather differently from yourselves, because owing to her bringing up she was un acquainted with what we call the ways of society, you and Daisy were insolent and disagreeable to her, hardly concealing your contempt, and dewelling on her small failures with great enjoyment. Then came the crash and I went .forthwith and proposed to her -isn't that enough humiliation for a life time ? Since her engagement to me this girl whom you disdain has insisted because of her affection for me on advancing sufficient money to tree the estate before our marriage and now you,, my sister, ask me ...

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