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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

The Original Cocoa and ft Spec ialty. Distingnuhed from all otliera by its Invigoratinc Qual ities, and its Delicious Flavour. Jt contains all the substance ot the choicest nibs, snd maintains iU Leading Position as the best form of(&oaforcveo-dayuse. EPP8KJ0A Everybody knows thnt El-re's Coco* 15 an. Admirable Toncf, the NTeest snd most Nutritious Beverage tor tlie breakfast table. It is made in a moment with boiling wator or milk, and its Sustaining Power is Invaluable. BlacksitmibtK! md CoacDbuilfli«9 etabHsbittsn!. GEO. KINLYSIDE TN thanking the I'ublic fot their liberal patronage, desires to announce thai he ha 1 also commenced business as promptly e»«utrf. ^toto-utU^um...^^^ ^ futnut and manufacturer of RlniysW* Ptfwn Cart. Oil, and Extras always on hand; ? . .in.r— -t ?

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDOW PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

WINDOW PLANTS. As soon aa the days got brighter and warmer, many of us wiBh to ecc gayer flowers in our window-boxes. Bnt it will uot do to be too habty iu this direction, keen winds and a spell at a fen' days cold weather being eo severe a cWk ..to plants brought irom warm jHraws, mat *ino «*n crtea iritca the failure and disappointment of a whulo season to thia cause, fhen again, we t.cf.l be very careful at to selection of Biibj els. according to aspect and iociUty. It ia not all window plautx that wil! (fitiro in tbe t milky aud impiiro atmospVcreoi a city ; not will many Aucoeed io a poaltJon frhero little, if aoy sunlight penetrates. A few of the best subjects for a shnjy wiadow are petunias, raimulus, nasturtiintiH, calceolaria;, fuchsias, and tbe Bwett-tctintcd holioirc'pa. For a sunny wiudow, of course, all of theae will do equally well with the ivy leaf pelargonium, begonias, campanulas, geraniums, marguerites, lobeliu, faojy pelargoniums, mignonette, ai.d others. Ax a cre...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

PLANTS. Ordinary greenhouses kept gay with caily Uowering zonatts will, ia many iniWref, w- greatly beneBtcd if turned out, the plants piokMl over, eorted and rs-srranjreil. Zouala past effective blooming will be iaiumr! to give bettir bloon. dispiarn anon if they ? M nlur-A^ nllL nf AnurA far & titno. TIliB arrangement will make room for Bilsaiiu, Fucbaiaa, Abutiloua, &;.. Bear iu mind I ho former will not succeed wtll U unduly shaded , kept too far from the air. Ferns making young frauds shade from sunshine and too dirtct draughts. l--- -n.t unduly syringe them, but, as rsr ts pwi. ienb'.e, give them a moist utmncpheru wild ample ruot mot-ture whilst in active growth. O.'canen will be benefited by weak maim rial waterings, and, if iu euiUI pols wi-U filled with roots, will flxrer better if p»us to hold water ore-placed beneath tlwio. Hard-wooded greenhoueo plants p»t flowering and wbicb.bave uado iheir ytxiuir growths may be plaoed nut of doors upon h cinder aah or...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

FRUIT TEEES. Neriy planted Iniit tree* that hive »«? ceeded in making good growth, do net emit to well mulch with old decayed manure. It may well be imagined they have made more Aiiperficial roots than is good. Should, therefore, a hot dry period set in these aro likely to sutler greatly, unless the surface ground -a kept mott and oool by the meeus Niggled. Meantime, should hot, diy wcaihsr cause any to flag at the leaven, assist them se much as possible with over, head sy'ringiugB and root wuterings. . Uonaelerry Caterpillars watch for ana pick off immediately they make tbcirappear micu. It ia the beet meana to empoy for their destruction. If, they become voy numerous Hellebore powder dusted over tbo leaves is a good corrective, and for tho modern form of red *piaer which altaoka gooaeberry buahee Pyrethrum powder miicd witb eix parta of coareo Hour might bo beco ficially dusted over the Icuvea wbeu dry.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A World Elsewhere [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

I A World Elsewhsref Ix '87 I was helping to ' drove ' 25,000 ewes from the Darling to the Northern Territory. We had 22 dogs, mostly good workers, but the champion, when the tempera ture was high and work heavy, was a three-quarter bred dingo, a bad-tempered brute, but impossible to knock-up. He had been eleven years at the game. — H.G. in the Bul letin. V * W Mr. William O'Doherty, Nationalist member for North Donegal, was seized with a fit in the House of Commons on Friday. He died shortly after wards. * * * While walking along Stark street, Coogee,on Friday night, a married woman named Eliza beth .Goodwin suddenly col lapsed, and died. w * « A woman named Sarah Cox was shot dead at Rock hampton, (Q.) by her husband, who subsequently committed suicide. * * * During the past week 52,212 bags of wheat were re ceived at Darling Harbor, com pared with 23,272 for the same period last year. This week's shipment amounted to 46,778 bags, and the quantity sent away forthe season is 1,046,...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

THE QUEANBEYAN LEADER The Democratic Newspaper ol The Southern Tablelands. -*-- l'.'itilcrlM'uWisiiedcvcryTiiesanyimd l-'riday nt MOSAEO-STEEET, -JU2AN3EYA1£. in thv stale of JCcjvSoulh VflJesJ»y the I'ropri SUBSCEIPTION- : IVr Year in advance - - Ten Shillings. Ilookial, Twelve Shillings. .A.ID-V^EiaTisEMIElSri'S: t.VSUAI^j-rirst Incli, 2/6. Knell succeeding incll. 1/-. Three Insertions forpnccuil iwo. STANDING CUSTRACTS-ny special iirrmvge Di$tric^DirccioryT~ earconsultthis Director}- before mak ing your purchase?. Auctioneers. Maxwell and Woodger, Monnro-filreet. 1_ C. Harris; Auctioneer, etc., guenii»cya:n. Boitdlns Establishments. Mrs. Mgtidny, ?? Kelvinlide,' Molinro-street. Misses Keele, BnthurBl Ilousr. 26S Ivlizubellist., frvdney, near Kedfern KBilwny Slntimi. .Mrs. Lr Comit, U! ViMfl, Clifforrf-sl.. Goulharu. Builders and Contractors. K. Holland,- Mncquoid-Blre--. Butchers. T. Vlanagoir, Blmgendore. Blcicles. Red Dird tllcyclo*. C. F. I'ercival, locnl agcutl. Coach ind Bug...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELECTED VERSE. THE RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

5*? SELECTED VERSE. ^*5 TEE RIGST, However the baUlc is ende-.l, Though proudly the victor comes With fluttering flaSs and prancing nags And echoing roll of drums ; Still truth proclaims this molto In letters of living light : No question is ever settled Until it is settled right. Though the heel of the strong ojipiessor May grind the weak in the dust, Aud the voice of fame, with one acclaim, Way call him great and just ; I^ct those who applaud take warning And keep this warning in sight No question is ever settled Until it is scttlcJ right. | Let those who fail take courage, Tho' the eni-uiv seems to have won, Tho' bis ranks afe strong, if he he in the The battle is nol yet done ; The darkest hour of night, No question is ever settled Until it is settled right. O roan bowed down with labor ! O woman young yet old ! O heart oppressed in the toiler's breast And crushed by the power of gold ! Keep on with your weary battle Against the 'triumphant might— No question is ever settled Unt...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

Tliese lames we are doing1 better ilaaaa eirer, both ready made a&dliiiade to order, at .Lowest llrices. '%. 1300 Patterns to moose from. Cqiie and See Them. Hayes I Russel, O,UEA.:EJ|te-gA.:tsr. RA TT A 'OT^TATQ DENTI^^^iieanbeyan, ? A. JjLjaL-lA/J\_J_±- tO in conjunction with ? W. W. HARKINS (late operator at North Melbourne Dental Hospital), Wishes to draw the attention of the Public of this District to the fact that be has now beeti 1 2 months a permanent resident, and has a surgery fitted in the latest American Style. His Motto has always been : ' 0OWl WitH $peaR$ ftr TtttH.' There fore, when in need of the Dentist, ask advice from some of R. A. HARKINS' Patients. You are then sure to become one of' his Patients also, and as the prices are now the same as at Sydney you will be the gaiuer. We absolutely guarantee PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS at 2/ each, aud without any after effects, such as faintness or swelling.. If anybody can prove that we cannot do this, we will forfeit £io...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVEL. The Martlet Seal. CHAPTER X.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

NOVEL. The Martlet Seal. By Jeaaelle Walwoflh. CHAPTER X.— {GmmamD ) ? And you have no theory i It was not a r nioide t' ahe aiked. 'No. OJ that 1 am qaite tare. She was too timid, and not muerable enough, by half! Ibid a theory,— the came one the duteotives seem to have bii upon.' He pointed to tbe papers one had thrown on bii table. ' Ton mean tht strange plainly-dressed «tunan who was admitted to Jtre Nororow in the afternoon, sad who, acoordmg to the papers, 'stole 'out by a nide-entras:e, cvidentlysbnnnuigobMrvation ' Thatwasl.' ' So I presumed. That was Thy I f aid I bad a theory. I bare none now.' ? Nor an? olae whatever F' ' None ITnleaa'— -he opened a draw«r of the writing-table and took (ram it a imall pasteboard box—' thil may eventually provo ia bj ana.' H« extended it, naopeEsd, to Nora Lorimer. 'It vat found clasped in one of her band). But ahe bad *o many trinaelt and baubles that I lay no sUms upon it,— scarcely know how to oonneot it with the crime.' Njra drew from ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE J. McINNES BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

THE i. MclNNES BENEFIT. The efforts of the T. Mclunes Benefit Committee were well rewarded on Wednesday night, when all the tables at the euchre tournament were filled. Mr. C. McAlister had charge, and was assisted bv the secre tary (Mr. E. W. Lesinond). Play lasted from 7.30 to 9.30, the winner of- the gents' side being Mr. A. Moore, with 1 1 games won out of 12 played. On the ladies' side, Mrs. Sulli van proved winner with 10 games won out of 12 played. The booby prize was awarded to Mr. Archie Mclnnes, al though itwa&afienvards found that it s^ouldtfiaW gone Tto a lady. Gents' prize was io/6, and ladyV a silver-mounted purse presented by Mrs. J. H. rliucksman.. After the tournament dan cing was commenced and kept going till 2.30 a.m. Mr. S. Warwick was M.C., and the musicians were Mr. C. McAlis ter, Mr. and Mrs. Snow, and Miss Pike. At midnight, sup per was served, the refreshment department being presided over by Mrs. J. Mclnnes aided by a number of other ladies. For wai...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

AN ANSWER. When mamma asw with pain that her daughter (culiej Jane) Untidy and careloaa waa gutting, 8'ie gave htr a sermon ~a long and a firm 'uu— ' Cju'knming tliia eio eo besotting. 1 Xfiero, look at tbe holes in tho heela and the soles Of tho utookinga you ongbt to have Now enow bj Improvement in evory move Mr advice yon have heard and attended 1' Now Jwe of oxcusea had mastered Ibj ubds, So, tossing her pretty yonng head Witb a 'light indication ot mild indignation, Slio tinned to her rnothor, and said, ' It ie true in my hoao thero are hole', but that shows K j cause for you oft-murmured ' Shook ings V I've only a pauion for being in fashion— A.nl rather like openwork utookings :'

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"AN ACT OF MERCY." Four Months' Hard Labor for a Demented Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

'AN «CT€F MERCY.' Four WoathB' KwrA Mb« for a Domentei At the local Police Court, on Wednesday, before Mr. J. Gale, J.P., Abdul Siug' was charged with having no lawful visible nieaus of support. Constable Albert Hallett, Ghr.nderra, deposed that on the day previous, he arrested the defendant, who had been about Hall for some time. Witness huuted him away, and he came back. He was depending 011 the charitv of the people there ; and would stay about their houses. Many complained of him as a perfect nuisance. Defendant had no boots. The defendant, when asked if he understood the constable's evidence, and if it was correct, answered in ib,e affirmative, also stating that he had no money auu was a very poor man ; and then gave vent to a number of rambling remarks. Mr. Gale said, taking into consideration the defendant's position, he thought it would be an act of mercy to send him to jail. Therefore, he sen tenced him to four, months' hard labor in Goulburn Jail. We understand the unfortu...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEKEEPER. HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

HOUSJSKKEPER ? HINTS. The roraaini of any kind of cold mest may be made into an oppetielng dish in tl.ia way : —Finely mince the meat, cutting away all griatle and fat. Molt Home totter in a stew pan, stir in t tablospoontu) ct floor and n ninnii nf «ait olon irrjuliiftUv bIit in a teacun Fulof water or gravy, and lot tola boil for five minutes: after which put in the mince meat with a teaspoonful of finely-chopped parsley, a little bit of hmGU-lhymo and sage, and a finely-minced onion. Season thb mix ture wifh pepper Bud pair, »n-J -Ur '° °?e well-beaten egg. Melt a piece oi dripping iu a baking tin, put in lbc mince— previously shaped os a pastry board into a round— and bako the round in a good hot oven for thirty minutes. Baste thu meat once or twice. Send this diet to table with parsley sauce. An excellent ncd inexpensive Gkrniin cake i« ntatfo by tlie following method :— Wash three ounces of butler in cchl water nrjd beat to a cream, irttidiiully lifting iu eight ounces of cugn...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY VIRGINIA'S WOOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

SHORT STORY VIUGINI.VS WOOING. Yna must taoiv in tho beginning (bat Virgiuia wore fintliw. But she had -» ninuy tiiol* with !icr suitors aa though hbo dressed in sifts, and file displayed to much -?/ wliat we call ' human nsturo ' 1h»t her rtary it at interesting as that of half tbe Ethols iniii niurguvnveH til iml* rniuuu'^cD. She camo of a pood oW family, the Cardl n:iln, ii'nil, belonging ro IhP VirgiDla branch, win CHllcd properly' Virginia Cardinal, or, in 'u-ii'iitffic fashion, CarJiDH.'is Virginiaiius. Sl.o waa a l^a\My, toy. It is well knowu ihal the cardinal himself !ms a full Bait (ii the :iir,rt brilliant red, bul it is not bo familiar ii fact that the diiui'js u[ tho tribe are more motlist, »nd wear tlio iomily color* simply «» liuingfi and in FubJu-'il tin's : rich rose colon'd wiug-ftcinfi.', liglit ';orgl hucd benic, delicate pink crest, nil toned down by the putt olive brown of lirot«t and back, over wlii'Ji is everywhere a lovely euggestion of TlieliomoofVirgiuh, wl...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Gundaroo Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

A OnuAarso FAretfjU. The Gundaroo correspondent of the l'ENNv Post reports that a large gathering took jjiao: i.2jeii: on Satur day night, when a send-off was given to Mr. and Mrs. N. Walsh, who are leaving the district. 1'or the past three years Mr. Walsh has -een the licensee of the Royal Hotel, and during that tim; he made a host of friends. The cricket club pre sented Mrs. Walsh with a silver sou venir, and reference was made by several speakers to the way she had on different occasions catered gratui tously for the club's functions. Mr. Walsh was presented with a silver mounted pipe, anl oni and all wished him every success in his new venture. The new proprietor of the Royal is Mr. Hector Patersou, of Yass.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

ssnooi picnic A school ficmc was Ueld on Wednesday last. Owing to the at titude of the committee towards this paper, we were precluded from re liortine the function. The first meeting was called by the Mayor, and any subsequent meetings were bcld secretly so far as this office was concerned ; the programme appeared only in the advertising columns of the two ' reform ' papers ; and the ordinary press invitation was with held from The Leader. We un derstand that the committee of man ageiiicM: .\msi^s'l of Massrs. Gale, Fair.-: '-?'. Siiaw, Ling, Siebert, and o;!:crs.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

I.o-ml Brevities. An old resident of Goulbum, Mr. F. R. Maunell, died on Friday af ternoon. He had been in Goulburn over 25 years, and was a well-known figure. He was born in Cornwall in 1828, and came to this State in 1857. At Goulbum Police Court on Monday, a number of publicans were Bned for various breaches of the li censing laws. Mr. William Tanswell died at Parkes on Thursday last, at the ad vanced age of 80 years. For many years he was resident in the Vass District. Henry Shaw, charged at Goul burn Police Court with riding on the railways with a transferred tick et, was fined in all ,£2/14/10. From Mr. \V. J. Elliott, secretary of the Cooma Cycling and Athletic Club, we have received an invitation to attend the Club's sports on June O. H. Brook, who is described as the coming champion cyclist of Aus tralia, is to race at Cooma on June 5. Dredging at Brooks' Creek, near Gundaroo, has been .revived. At Goulburn Methodist Church on Monday, Mr. William Charles Baldwell, of Marric...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Templars. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

OooA VemplAM. The usual meeting of the Hope of Queanbeyan Lodge was held on Wednesday evening last, Bro. S. F. Lock wood in tbe chair. Bro. J. W. Nugent Rave notice that he would at the next meeting move that the night of meeting be changed. Be ing Etapke Day, and all the young members having run themselves out, the lodge closed as soon as the formal business was concluded.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cooma Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

Cooma Items. Mr. R. J. Goggin, of Bredbo, whose health has not improved of late, intends taking his departure from Monaro at an early date. Rumor has it that the Rev. Father Norris, of Bombala, is likely to be transferred to the Cooma Parish, vice the Rev. Father Gunning, who leaves for Bega on Thursday next. We learn from a prominent Braid wood citizen, who at the last State election supported the sitting mem ber, that a change will be made at next election, if the Braidwood dis trict has any say in the matter. The death occurred in the .Hos pital early yesterday (Monday) morning of Henry Turner, son of the late Win. Turner, of Adarainaby. The deceased was but 25 years of age, and was suffering frotn.typhoid fever. He had only been a little m-uv fhnn ttiree weeks iU. Much genuine sympathy is expressed for the family of the young man, as this is tbe third death they have experi enced within the past month. We are sony to learn that .the mother and sister of deceased are also in a lo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. The Municipal Muddle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905

LOCAL NEWS. Tl. abulelpal Muddl*. Before the Banco Court on Tuesday last, Mr. E.MUner Stephen, instructed by Messrs. Metcalfe and Dangar (agents for Mr. A. H. Gar mu-av nf AviP3TtVi?vaTiV iTra&ared for Richard Moore, of Queanbeyan, grazier, and moved to make absolute a rule or order for a writ of quo warranto to oust Thomas Ernest Woodger, of Queanbeyan, mer chant, and Henry F. Downey, of Queanbeyan, bilHard-room proprie tor, from the positions of aldermen of the borough of Queanbeyan. Mr. Kelynack instructed by Mr. F. A. Davenport (agent for Mr. F. P. Woodward, of Queaubeyan) ap peared for the respondents, to sub mit to the order of the Court. He asked, however, that costs should not be allowed. The Court granted a rule absolutely for a writ of quo warranto without costs.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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