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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

HARRISOU, JONES & DEVLIN, L D'" Hold AUCTION SALES on all Advertised Dates of HIDES, FAT STATION POPETIES, TALLOW, MARSUPIAL SKINS, HAIR, HORNS, BONES, CRAIN WHEAT, MAIZE, OATS. LEATHER, BARK, which includes Com Our Consolidated Charge mission, Cost of e PER Warehouesing, Iusu for Selling Wool is • rance while on Shore, Cataloguing, &., &a SELLING BROKERS ONLY. P g PROM PT RETURNS, Liberal Advances, Expert Valuations. SEND All consignments of Wool and Produce to SYDNEY, Fat StoCE to FLEMINGTON. ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE to Harrison, Jones & Deylin, Ltd., Sydney. ADvicr TO MOTHR8s 1-Are yos1 'roken in your rest by a tick child suefifring with the pari of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a ohemist aed get a bottle of Mals WiseLow's SooTHING SYRoP. It will relieve the poor sufferer im mediately. It is perfectly harmless & pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep by re lievinig the child from pain, and the little cherue awakes 'as bright as a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Age No Bar. EVERYBODY IN QUEANBEYAN IS ELIGIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

Age No Bar. 11-0-- EVERYBODY iNN QUEANBEYAN IS. ELIGIBLE. Old people stooped with suffering, Middle age, courageously lighting, Youth protesting impatiently, Children unable to explain. Baby crying, can't tell why. 'All the misery with their kidneys. .Only a little backache first, Comes when you catch a cold. Or when ytu strain the back Backache is the first step of kidney trouble. Many complications follow. Urinary disorders, diabetes, Bright's Di sase. Cure every forra of Kidney ill. Plenty of Queanbeyan proof that this is so Mr Samuel Elliott, Morrisett' St., this town' says:- "lam in my eighty ninth year. It many respects I am thoroughly healthy,, but there is a weak spot and that is my back.i An times I get pains about the kidneys which near ly double me up. One day I'll feel quite young and then those terrible pains come on and make me an old man. There seemed no help for it and I don't know but what I was quite satisfied that it was a natural result of my years. Sometime ago ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

Old Age Pensions. THi Federal committee on the above (Mr. Austin Chapman chairman) has held several meetings during the week and examined the Old Ago Registrar of Victoria, also the Govern ment Statist. Some interesting evidence has already been given and the data furnished will be of considerable value. Witnesses will be Examined in Sydnay and perhaps some evidence may be taken in some of the pther states.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Braidwood Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

Braidwood Turf Club. THE spring raaoe were oommpnoed on Wednes. day. The weather: was beautifully fine, and there was a fair attendance. Results: Opening handicap.-Lord. Roberts, by pro. jectile-Ooralie, 8at 91b, 1; Irrawaddy, 8ts 65b, 2 ; Amalgam, 9at 5lh, '3. Other starters: Malice, 9at ; leumberra, 8st 71b; Leapfrog, 74t 121b ; Oyrene 7st. Batting: 6 to 4 v Irra waddy, 2.to 1 v _.malgam,,4 to 1 v Malice, 8 to 1 v Lord Roberts. Won easily. Rack lace.-Dr. Grace, 1. N'ine started, Birthday Handicap, 9f.-Telowar, by Al.ohem.. int-Amoretta, 8,t 41b. (Elood), 1; Merchant, 9st 101b (ElRrley), 2; Maud, 7st 13 (M'Farlan), 3. Other s.tarters : Phyllis, Gat 91b; Disturb. ance 6st 81b. Betting : Even money on Telowar 2 to 1 v Merchant. Telowar went away with a long lead, was never afterwards approached, and won easily by four lengths. Time 2m 2s. Welter, 7f.-The Squire, by Cobbitty-Blue Stocking, 9S4 41b,.1; Medal Patrick 8st 11b, 2; Irrawaddy, Oat 31b;, . Greenwell, 9at 71b, and Cyrene, 8at...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Attempted Criminal Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

Attempted Criminal Assault. A DARINa attempt to commit an indecent as. sault upon a little g'rl named Rosells Oart wright, who resides with her parents at Sutton, and is between 9 and 10 years of age, was re ported to the police last Sunday. It transp!res that whilst on her return from school, between four and five o'ol ock last Friday, the little girl accompanied by her two sisters (one older than she and the other her junior) were molested by a swagman, about 4Q years of age, five feqt ten inches in height, wearing a 4ark esqdy naloq tache apd i short stg?bly beard, dresse4 in a brown coat, grey trousere, and a felt hat. The man had a dissipated appearance with bloodshot eyes. The little girls realising that they were not in a safe position ran away and were fol lowed by the culprit, Rosella ultimately being overtaken. The other two sisters continued their journey homne at full speed, and after In. forming an elder sister, returned to where the tramp was last seen, where they saw ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women in Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

TWomen in Polities. Taa second annual conference of the Women's Political Educational League " was held at the School of Arts, Pitt-street, city, on Wednesday morning. Miss Rose Scott (president) was in tie chair, ani extended a welcome to delegates. The ioeeting devoted alqpost ito entire time to forming a platform, and ultimately the follow ing was adopted- Infants' Protection Bill. State Children's Bill. Criminal Amendment Bill. Girls' Protection Bill. Full Local Option. OCstoity of Infants' Bill. Family Maintenance Bill. Suppression of Houses of Ill Fame. Amendment of the Electoral Act, to prevent canvassing within 100 yards of polling booth. Licensing of private Hospitals. Economic Independence of Married Women. Jnoreased number of Police Matrons. Women Doctors of Benevolent Asylums and similar charitable institutions. Local Government and Adole Franchise in municipal elections. ABSOLUTELY HAR.rLBi3S.-Any mother can give"Ohiimbealain's Q6u h Rnmedy to her little ones with a fee...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presbyterian Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

Presbyterian Picnic. A PLXASANT afternoon greeted the Sunday School children of the local Presbyterian Church last Wednesday, on which day the annual picnic was held. There was a gathering of about 70 juveniles, together with a number of parents, many of whom were of other denominations, and the few hours of joviality passed away without a hitch. A good programme of sports was arranged for the children, and prizes consisting of money boxes, cricket bate, dolls, etc., were presented the winners, in addition to which each child present was the recipient of a prise. included in the programme were an obstacle race, egg and spoon race, three.legged race, and sack race. At five o'clock the picnickers, answering to the call of the church bell, mustered in full force to the church grounds where tea was partaken of. A bountiful supply of provisions was on hand, donated by the parents of the children. At the conclus'on each child was presented with a small bag of lollies, : The following are ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Constipation and Piles. PERMANENTLY CURED BY BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

Constipation and Piles. PERMANENTLY CURED BY BILE BEANS. PiLas, both bleading and blind, are caused by the defective and irregular action of the bowels, such as constipation and diarrhoea. They are the direct cause, but the predispos. ing cause of piles is invariably a disordered liver. It is to this important organ that the bowels look for support and assistance in performing their proper functions, and it is only by acting directly on the liver that a sympathetic and regular action of the bowels may be obtained. Under such oironum stances piles cannot exist. Bile Beans, being an essentially liver medicine, not directly on that organ, and through it on the bowls, and by so.doing have gained the reputation of being the best and eafest remedy for con stipation and piles. As an illiitration take the following case :-" Some time ago I had a severe attao of Piles brcught on by con stipation," says Mr" G. Weale, of Mary St., South Singleton, N. S. W. "I suffered intense agony always, whe...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Templary. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

(ioda Tenlplary. Tai usual weekly meeting in connection with the above was well attended on Wednesday night, Bro. E. F. Lockwood, C. T., presiding. After the transaction of the formal business, a lengthy vocal programme was entered- upon. The first item was a song by Bro. Greenwood, Senr., which was well received. " I'm going back to Dixie" was contributed by B:o. Devon. shire i; Sister Woodger, jur., gave a comic Irish recitation ; Sister Lockwood presented a comic reading entitled " The Bashful Man" ;Sister Ida Walker 'rendered " The Holy Otty" ; and Bro. Coughlan caused much laughter by a comio reading asoled " Curtain's Umbrella Lecture." The pleasant evening was brought to a close by rodering the National Anthem. Sister B. Gibbs, and Bro. Ford were installed as Sentinel and Gourd, respectively. On next Wednesday nilght the brothers of the lodge will entertain the sisters at their rooms.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

FURNIT2URE MONEY SA VED FOR - .LV ,y- =s _:`_ was-.ts ate=1 01 COUNTRY RESIDENTS I DRAWING ROOMI SUITE. In Filk Tapestry and Plush, compris eing Settee, Pair of Arm Chairs, two We ea~lente ANY Furniture Firm to sell Small Chairs, and two Occasional the samne qualities as these at the saman prices. Chairs. Walnut Overmantel, Bevel r "" Nuff sed ! ' GI(a:, Inlaid Octagon Centre Table, - ' , Inlaid Corner Whatnot, and Side lTale ............................. £8 80 I DINING ROOM SUITE. HEDROOM SUITE. Two Easy Chairs, 6 OCarved Backl omprising Wardrohe, Carved Pan Chairs, and Large Couch, all Spring Sand evel Gla or e seated d Upholstere in Leathr. SDrawer, Duchcsae Toilet Chest, Beveil IDEBOARD, with bevel Glass Glass Attathed. IBa~k. OVERMANTEL and Dinina Washs atached, with Marble Top and Table .................. £10 101/0 Bevel G;aas 13nck, P-destal Cupboard, Towel R:,il., and 2 Carved Bank ? Chairs, Waluut Colour ......... £9 9/0' DOUBLE BEDSTEAD. ( , Full Size, Parisian Top, Brass ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

Municipal Council. AT the fortnightly meeting of the above last night there were present: Aldermen Hunger ford (layor), McPherson, Knox, Pike, Hincks man, and Atkinson. Correspondence was received and dealt with as fol:ows: (1) From the Department of Public Works in reply to a communication from Lhe localOouncil dated 5 .h instant urging upon the Government the Council's desirability to construct the pro pose4 Queanbeyan public baths without further delay. The reply stated that absolutely no thing in this way could be do"e until it was found whether or not the present parliament would vote money for such purposes. Alderman Knox considered that the letter should lay on the table till next meeting pending a fuller attendance. Alderman Pike maintained that the time was opportune that they should arrive at some defin ite understanding. Last year £75 had actually been placed at the disposal of the Ooun'il for this purpose, and ultimately, the funds not be ing appropriated, were withdrawn...

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. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

WITH WHTCH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904. Local and General. CONSTABLE HOOTEN has been transferred from Braidwood to Cooma. KING EDWARD is 63 years of age. Queen ,Alexandra'was .birn'on Decdeniber 1 1844, and is therefore, three years younger. MR Jouna LreMJON3, we learn, will be- accdr-' panied on his next tour of the tState by Miss Marie Nar~lle. PRIOR to Constable Christian leaving ,Cooma for Quennbayan last Saturday the Morinro Lodge met at their rooms and bade himn farewell, expressing wishes for his future prosperity. TI?E death is announced of Mr. Joseph Walhnsley, ex-Sergeant of Police, and an old Monaro resident, at the age of 07. Deceased was a brother to Mr Charles Walmsley, of " Balbriggan," Gundaroo. A PROVrxCAL. paper asks : "Should aldermen be allowed to smoke when in council 7" _Cer teinly, provided 'there are no alderwomen present, as in Nelson, New Zoaland'!' AT, the Sydney stock. 'sea...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

THE CALLAGHAN STYLE - BOOK. Just because you don't live in the city is no reason why you shouldn't be shle to secure the newest styles of Bootb. We are supplying thousands of satisfled Mail-order Customers all o\ur the Common wealth, and these thousands of BMil-order Customers are getting precisely the same exalusive styles that we are selling; to the most fashionable boot-wearers that come personally to our Store to buy. In ordering CALLAGIIAN BOOTS by Mail you're just as sure of Style and Fit as though you sat down and were fitted by one of our assistants. You take no risk at all. Your Boots will he exchanged or your money refunded, it you desire. Thus you ran handle and FIT on CALLAGHAN BOOTS in your own home without being eompelled to buy. Send for the CALLAOHAN STYLE-BOOK, mailed FREE. It illoutrates and describes correct styles in this season's Footwear. The Style Book will prove interesting se if you don't need Boots at present. Model No. 3ll, 12/Il; Post Paid, 1/n. "I am ext...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal and Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

Personal and Political. The Carruthers Government, in a recent divi sion, showed a following of 61 to a party of recalcitrant Reformers of 9. It seems that the metropolitan press now controls only Messrs. McKenzie, Arthur, Latimer, Storey, Mahony, Cresawell, Levy, Jessep and Fell. Nine out of 90--one in 10. This is cruel ingratitude for tireless and tremendous barracking before and during the campaign. What's the use of press dictation of electors if members don't respond to the dictatorial, editorial lash!   The Star cross-headed a recent Supreme Court application " The aftermath of the Dean Case." It meant of course, " the after Dick Maagherth." It seems pretty certain that Mr. Maugher will be re-enrolled in 18 months' time. People who never lost their heads over anything, chiefly because they have no head to lose regret that Richard has by decent, courteous and honorable behaviour won the good will of the Supreme Court. But the majority of fallible mankind reckon he ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 November 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2a d ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -0 0- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. 1OSE' L ULLElIII ILU EI LUJIi . Cures Sandy Blight, Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids, Dimness of i ;3- ? 1Sight, Weak Eyes, Granulations, CEE N.B.-Always ask for ROSE'S CELEBRATED .... EYE LOTION.... and take no other. Sold in original bottles by all Chemists and Storekeepers throughout Australia, and manafactured by the proprietors H. A. ROSE & CO., 531 George Street, SYDNEY, ADR. SOUTHAM'S waxEYstDaeusE's GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS Oure Gout, Rheumatism, Tio Doloreaux, and all Rheumatic pains. sai GEORCE sT These Pills are sold only in SYDNEY. Bottles at r/-, 9/6 and 5/- Post Free. Role Proprietors-H- . A. ROSE ft CO., Chemists, Oorroepondonce 531 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY.............. Invited. THE ONLY PHARMACY OPEN ALL NIGHT. TIWO TIS - I 'BILLY' 'GOLDENIA'] YOU know "BILLY" TEA of course. Everybody who is a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 November 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXIV.--ooN'rrN oD. *She is nothing but a flirt," he said to himself , 'she has only boon playing with me and never really oared for me I I shall drive straight to the War Omlice when I arrive in London, and voluniteer for the Cape; then very likely and perhaps she will be sorry. Boee could hardly believe her ears when she hoard the door olose behind her 'over. She jumped from the chair, and called out his name, then sat down with a smile upon her lips. What was the use of doing that P Of course he would come baok, he always did. In all their little tiffs and quarrels Philip had always been the first to come and make up. In another moment he would be back and she would be telling him that she didn't mean it, and that money or no money she was willing to be his wife. And then she thought with a feeling of complacency that there was always Mabel to fall back upon for Mabel was wanting the essence of the Trenton pride and would not resent the u...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 November 1904

A Lively -HMedicine Lassitude, weariness, in digestion, summer ail ments, all put to flight -not by a nostrum, but by the finest and purest Beverage on the market. SOLF E' AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS DISPELS ' That Tired Feeliig.' Buy whole Bottles. Superior Board and Residence. 254 Elizabeth Street, Opposite 13elmore Park, Sydney. EXCELLENT TABLE, Central Position. Very moderate terms. Mrs. C. ROYCE, Proprietress. WANTED, T HE People in the Town and Distriet to know that after 40 Years in the Town as Tanner, I am a CASH BUYER of Good Sound Hides at the Fullest Market Value. Full Weight, no tare off. A!so Wallaby, Rabbit and Sheep Skins, Wool, Tallow, and Wattle Bark, to be delivered at the Tan Yard, where you will get CASH DOWN. I do not wish you to take it out of my store without you like. THOMAS BUTTLE, Notice of Removal. w. 8 rnrw. The Cokdllbuildef, ?I?AS removed to his new premises near the bridge, and opposite Hun gerford's Hotel, Monaro-street. tI Customers please note. IR. A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Consulting The Man On The Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 November 1904

Consulting The Man On The Land. Tn., announcement that the Premier intends to summon a, conference of pastoralists and s*ettlers to meet in Januay' next to discuss the question of utilising the waters of the Murry River and its tributaries in this State for irrigation and other purposes, tells us that the man on the land is receiving just consideration, Hitherto it has been the general idea that the inlander should have little or no say in the framing or develop ment of any Parliamentry measure; yet no. body' contested the right of the man on the land to be regarded as the backbone of the State. It is time that the country people obtained the consideration that has been so long withheld, and the Premier is to be con gratulated in having arrived at such a wise determination as to enlist the assistance of squatters and settlers in his endeavour to arm himself to properly represent New South Wales at the conference of Premiers to be held at Hobart next February. Irri gation and water c...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 November 1904

Wool Report. M$ssas DALOETY AND COMYPAIY report: Arrivals during the past fortnight have averaged over 7000 bales daily. The total receipts from July let to date (rail and costal) are 314,0566 bales, as compared with 202,830 for the corresponding period of last season, an increase to date of 111,226 bales. Consignment from the late districts are now commencing to arrive, and, with wool from the west, north-west and south, are being put on to a very tfrm market, probably the best that has so far been been in force this season. All sections of buyers are operating freely, and the tendency of prices is in sellers' favour. We submitted at Thursday's sale s a catalogue of 4547 bales, which included a number of representative wools. Ihe highest price for greasies was 13) per lb., obtained for consigments on account'of Messrs. Brooks Bros., Murringo Station, Marengo, and the Estate of the late P. H. Osborne, Ourrandoolev, Bungendore. The well-known A.A. & Co., scoured wool, from Mi...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Labour Party and Preferential Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 November 1904

The Labour Party and Prcferesntial Trade. IN a letter to Mr. Watson, leader of the Aus tralian labour party, the secretary of the Labour representation Committee in England says :-" Whatever may be the best fiscal policy for Australia, every labour political party in Europe is opposed to rrotection, on the ground that it strengthens the hands of the capitalist monopolists, and enables the landlords to increase their rents, whilst European experience shows that it does no thing t, steady trade, nothing to increase wages, nothing to improve the lot of the worker. Nay, on the contrary, protection only forges more chains for the wage-earners to wear. No labour or working-class party in Europe can associate itself with an eco nomic policy so advantageous to the most worthless and anti-social section in the com munity, so antagonistic to the most indus trious. "Finally, we address you as citizensof the same Empire. 'The tariff reformers' are degrading that Empire by making it a mere item ...

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