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Goulburn Labor League. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905
Obulbnm XMhk &?**»: At the last meeting of the above the : -«^Miteut£qn;:inf iFfferal seats was rdiseiSed/aiui; ^while it wasre sqnS) seat 3wa $»mi «?ajtemtea,'ihe fM|^t|y^^and^temundra; tv» s^n^lSai»r}J«3-tries, would be added to Wenires. would; it was thought, materially strengtheri the labor vote here. The secretary inti mated that he had written to Mr. Watson inviting him to deliver an address in Goulbum on his 'return from Queensland. — Pknnv Post.
JEIR. Football Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905
JEIR. (Fsou Our Cob_restondent.] r«ottaU Match. A FOOTBALL match was played at Murrumbateman on Satur day, between the local players and the newly formed Teir team. After an-exciting game the iiorue team won by six to nil. Charlie and Alex Pate man scored the tries. The game was a particularly friendly one, although con fined chiefly to the forward division. Brander, Matthews and Brewer, showed attractive form for Jeir, and H. Brown, A. Bush, A. Pateman, D. Bush, and England, were the shining lights on the winning side. Mr. J. F. Heazlett gave every satisfaction as referee. The return will be played at Jeir on Saturday, when each side ex pects to be better represented.
Rifle Team for Cooma. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905
— — — * SUe Team fox Count. The following rifle . team will visit Cooma on Saturday to shoot against the Cooma Club : H. Beatty, E. Erenshaw, P. Naylor, J. Feagan, A. Feagan, A. Ballick, E. Gibbs, E. l«mond, J. Beatty, R. Thomp son, R. Moore, J. Byrne, H'. Land.
BRINDABELLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905
URINDABELLA, iFrom our Correspondent.) A line or two. fco inform you that we still exist; Since my last, we have had a , four-inch fall of snow. Snow-balling is now the order of the day. I dare say some of your towns people rather envy us our pastime. ^v,v Can you kindly give me. the whereabouts . p|^uj^ member, Oris~he'aigaiH!m^ng?6 -Oife of his supporterSitiere is very anxious about Tiis^weifare. He has written to hinr three times, and there is no response. He suggests that one bjfthe largest bells in Woodger Bibs.' store be purchased and presented to him, so that thbse^rathin reach of him at least willije in a posi tion to give his address to any enquiring friendsr* Reynard is becoming very bold in this localityc^At midday ou Wednesday la&rWe came to Condor house-, '.^BLtid ' quietly marched off' with -a full-grown duck. He Was followed 'fty one of the members P^Jthe .house, but declined to'Jgive up his game. Mr. Blundell had his revenge on SunHay^ast when he poisoned a f...
Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905
Ball. The ball at 'Murrumbate man on Friday 'night was a big success. The room was crowded with visitors from all parts ot tne district. 1 he pro ceeds were substantial, and go to the benefit of the Church of England funds at Mundoonen. The music' waS^Bupplied by Messrs/ Wilson!; (and Buck master, and .MrJ&V, Buckmas ter was an ideal secretary. Mr. McCluugv kindly placed his hall at the disposal of the committee. . 1 ,. ±
POETRY. WHY PEOPLE GO TO CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905
POKTRY. V/HI PEOPLE QO TO CHURCH. tfomogo to church juat for r ^itc, Homo go then to laugh and talk ; tionn go there the time to epend, Bomo go tbero to meet ? frioni ; Homo go (u foam the parson's came ; Some go there to wonnd his f ftuw ; Hume tfo Intro f jr speculation, Some go tiara for observation - f5mne go thoro to doae sod Bud, But few go tboro to worship God.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 26 May 1905
JETQTXQjEJ. Misses Mary jjfe JBIlen MoorSp (OP JSRR\BO-n^K&A)' BEG to announce that they have purchased the. . Jji's ? Fruit and Confectionery Businew/ : So long carried on by MRS. JANE SVhtlVAN and #I§§ NEIAY SULLIVAN, and tOjjsoJicit a con tinuance of thej3uppoit ib long given to their predecssors. }?; a. 1 Luncheon at aix^Hocrs. PRESS NOTICE. TN order to avoid misunderstandingand L disappointment, it is hereby notified that unless the customary' 'Press I* asses be previously sent to the Office, no repre sentative from this journal will attend any entertainment or local function. In all cases where the usual courtesy does not extend to the Press, it shall be taken to indicate that a report of the proceedings is undesired. ??'?'?. H. E. HOLLANQ; Proprietor. FZROITIE TTT JL2&3D TEST: IT I Before you pay for it: And, moreover, get it ?-? ; caa- otjtr xrasriQ-crE tsbms cos? ?- ..,:- . ' WEEKLY ZP-AYZJUEEOSTTS Pnce.0f.5uit. . .. Amount of .Deposit. . 'r'-'-^-wHStfi'lAyi...
Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
Cattle. At Hotnebush, Best medium and light weight beef was worth to about 25/ per loolbs, with heavier beef cheaper. Best bullocks made from ^'10/10/, extra to j£i2/4/, good from /9/10/, medium from /8/10/. Bestcows from /7/15/, extra to/8/15/, good from £l\S[, medium from /6/10/ , others lower. Among the sales were : J. Clifford, Brcdbo, 10 bullocks ^7/15/. J. E. Mackellar, Tarago, la cows to /?6/n/, average ^5/12/8. J. J. Feehan, Tarago, 4 steers to £sjl%j, 9 cows to £6, average ^S/12/5. Weylan, Tarago, 14 steers to /3/I1/, average £il$IS, 4 heifers /2/16/. J. J. Louis, Tarago, 25 cows and heifers to ,£6/8/. average £sl9ll W. H'Dowall, Tarago, la bullocks /8/1/.
Sydney Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
Bvdnev Produce Markets. The following quotations on wharf and ex rail refer only tc the wholesale trade, and are subject to concessions for shippers' parcels :— fflWheat.— Firm at 3I3 f.a.q. to 3I4 f. T choice milling. Chickwheat : Prime. 2/11 to 3'2# ; medium 2/8 to 2/9 ; inferior 2/6 per bushel. Fl0ur.-Cityroller.iT7/10 to ^7/15: coun try makes, £tI to /7/5 per ton. Manitoba : Best imported, /13110/. Bran.— j-)'/i to /io per bushel. Pollard.—/' t0 1' P' bushel. Maize.— Local : Northern River, prime 2/6 ; white 2/4 to s/5 ; soft from 2/ per bushel. Oats.-Tasmanian : White feed, 2J5 to 2/6. Melbourne : Algerian 2/1 to 2/3. Barlev.— Cane. 2/7 to 2'o : English. 2/ to 2/2 per bushel. Peas.— Blue, prime*)/ to 4/3; grey, 3/ to 3/3 per bushel. Chaff.— Choice, £4 to /4/3/4 ; prime jC$M to £3115: medium /'a/is to /3/. Melbourne : Prime wheaten /3/15/ to ^4 ; Adelaide: Prime wheaten, /3/15/ to £4 per ton. Lucerne.— Hunter River: Choice dry green /3/10/ to ,£3/15/, prime new £7 to £2l5l; new ...
Market Reports. Queanbeyan Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
Blttarket Reports.igj Queanbeyan Pxioes Carrent. The following prices, unless otherwise in dicated, refer to the wholesale trade, and are subject to ordinary market flucta Flour : /S/io/ to /a per ton. Wlteat : Local, 3/ to 3/3 per bushel. Oats: White feed, 2/9 ; Algerian, smU to 2/6 per bushel. Bran : /11 per buslicl. Pollard : 1/ per bushel. Maize : 3/ to 3/6 per bushel. Hay: For chaffing purposes, jf2;io/; lucerne, nominal ; rack, £3 rer ton. Barley: 3/ to 3/3 per bushel. Potatoes: £sj 10/ to £6 per ton. Onions: 12/ perewt. Chaff: Prime, £3 to ^3/5/ per ton. Straw : Derrick-picssed, 30/ to 35/ ; bundle, 25/ per ton. Bacon : /7 per Ib. Butter: Factorv-made, ordinal-)', la; dairy /7 per Ib. ' Lard: In bulk, /3 per Ib. F-Rgs: / 10 per rtoz. Poultry : Fowls, 2/ to 2/6 ; young fowls, 1/ to i;6; ducks, 2/6 to 3/9; turkeys gobblers 4/ to 7/6, hens 3/9 to 5/ per pair. Sheepskins : /.-)!- to /4J* rer Ib. Tallow : In shipping condition, to /iS; broken packages, ^16 per ton. Honey : /a to /...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
[ i * Qetttieitien i * | I Your Attention for a Moment We beg- to advise tike Arrival of our NEW STOCK of I I Winter I I We have the Best Qualities and I Latest Styles I I3ST ALL IZTGTJ' K.EQ'Cril^E. I Our ClKSicrflclds, Oilskin Coats, I and macintoshes K^ Are just the thing for the Cold and Wet Weather. We have ^K. them good and bad — that means cheap and dear — and start to ^Hr* quote at 10/ and end up at 50/. 1 HATS. Sixty Boxes, containing from 6 to 12 each. Every Size and Shape, Make and Quality — from the Worst to the Best 3§Ss @®®@@ I |$w^ Order i j M 15,OOO Patterns to select B from. H ®®®®® I Stem, Cic$, Sweaters, Boots, Sox, ? ana Underwear mm H ®®®®® I It's a Pleasure to see You B come in, for we can satisfy the taste ? of all! We have the Right Stuff and ? Right Prices! ? '®®®®® I Woodsfr Bros
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
A. W. MORIARTY & CO. 7 WILL sell by public auction at noon . on Wednesday at Mcplierson's ' 5 Hotel, Uie Gates, Publican 's and Reiresjj- 3 incut Booths in connection with the C - ij cling Carnival on June 5. ' » ? I A Meeting I 01' Democratic Municipal Voters anil those f| who supported the election ol Messrs. £§ Woodgw and Downey, will he held in the Tern- H permice Hall ou Friday evening next, si 8 p.m. 9 Ladies invited. &. K. ANBHRSON. 9 Hon. Six. pro tent. ' Kg — ? I Borough of Queanbeyan. 1 EXTRAORDINARY ELEC- 1 TION. 1 NOTICE is hereby given that a Pdbuc M Meeting of tlie Electors nf the m above Borough vriH be beld in ttte Coun- §8 csu Chambers, Crawford-street, Quean- m beyan, at 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, 9 20th day of June, 1905, for the purpose of M Nominating and Eltcting Two AIDER- £9 HBN in the room of Messrs. T. E. Wood- 9 ger and H. F. Downey, who have been H ousted from office, but ere eligible for re- 9 elecdou. ' B Nominations must be in writing...
VOICES LOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
VOICES LOW. Through inanv a vcar with small respite, We've born the s trail) and stress of toil; Our motto still to work and fight, Though Vote appropriate the spoil. Where are the ideals »f uur dreams, The home on hillside grci:li anil plain, The wealth of acris ami ol teams, The rich response to drenching rain? Ah ! pity us who blindly tread Before the Drought's consuming breath, Around us, bones of the dumb dead, In front the scourge— and balm of— death. —Will Jarratt.
FARM AND GARDEN Calendar for May. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
FARM AND GARDEN B) A. UNSDOWNE, Seedsman, Goulburn. Calsncuur for BE&v. The soil is now in grand order for crop ping, and no time should be lost in get ling in large areas of all suitable seeds. Don't be afraid to well and deeply work the soil, both in garden and field. Tho rough cultivation always repavs, aud feed the crops well with manures an I fertil isers. All spare ground should be turned up roughly to mellow and sweeten by at mosphere and frost. Sow in drills and give plenty of room. Where permanent crops, such, as lucerne or rye grass, are sown, the greatest care should be taken to get [Hire, superior strains of seed. Cheap seed is only a waste of time, labor, and money. Fertilizer drilled in with the seed is a cheap method. Conditions favor further mild weather, a good deal of thundery periods, and some good rains. Frosts are probable about or soon after the middle of the month, with, likely, a return of milder weilher and sea winds. Rough westerly winds at times. K...
CRICKET. Australia v. Yorkshire. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
CRICKET. Australia v. Torkshire. Following are the complete scores in the above match, which was won by tbe Australians by 174 runs : — Avstxaua. — First Innings. Total ? 322 Second Innings. Trumper, c Rhodes, b Haigh... 8 Duff,, c Grimshaw, b Myers ... 1 Hill, c Hunter, b Haigh ... 17 Noble, lbw'., b Rhodes ? 9 CSregory, b Rhodes .... ... 2 Howeii, b Rhodes ? 16 Kelly, b Haigh ? 7 Darling b Myers ... ' ... 22 McLeod, h Haigh ? 10 leaver, not out ? 15 Cotter, c Denton.b Myers, ... 10 Sundries ... ... 10 Total ? 127 Yohkshire. — First Innings. Total ? 19 Bowling analysis. — Laver took wickets fov 75 runs, Cotter one fc 46, McLeod none for 9, Noble noj. for 39,- Howell one for 13. Second Innings. Jackson, b Howell, ? Grimshaw, b Howeli ? i Detiton, Ibw., 1) Howe!! Tuunicliffe, c Howell, b Laver, Hirst, b Howell ? 1 I Rhodes, c Noble, h Laver ... r. I Haigh.bLaver ? j Lord Hawke, b Laver ? I Myers, not out ? RingTose, b Howell ? Hunter, c Trumper, b Howell Sundries ? Total ? ; Bowling ...
Editorial Brevitie [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905
Editorial Brevitie ' Porfessional ' witnesses the Lands Inquiry are to £ijija. A&y exes. Witues who wear hob-nails are to paid 5/ to 7/6. Female v nesses, if they lank with t 'nicest' people, may cla 10/6, but if they are of 1 ' lower orders ' 2/ will be rei oi.ei a fair thing. The Bishop of Tasmar (Dr. Mercer), in a synodic address the other day, quot with approval the words Alfred Russell Wallace : Co pared with our astoundi progress in physical scien and its practical applicatio our system of government, administration of justice, a: of national education, and o entire social and moral orgai satious remain in a state barbarism. But what of ourselves ? V are disciples of Him who h; compassion on the multitude Shall we profess to be conte with things as they are ? Sha we invariably throw our weig] iuto the scale already hea\ with wealth and privilege Shall we be the ones to urj that the only remedy require, is that the rich.shaU give inor of their charity, aud that v shall ...