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A Girl Shot by Her Lover. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
A Girl Shot by Her Lover. A SiNSATIONAL shooting affray 'oaurred at Fortitude Valley (Q.) last Monday night. About 8 o'clock, near a Brunswickestreet hotel, John Nicall, aged 23, described as a painter and Decorator, residing in Boundary street, Spring Hill, shot Dorothy Rose P:,well, aged 10. It appears the young man had been paying addresses to Miss Powel, who lives with her parents in Brunswick street. It is said the father objeotod strongly to Nicoll. The girl walked from her father's shop that evening hatless to listen to an Italian organ-grinder a little way down in the street. Nicoll came up to her, and the two were subsequently seen by by a little girl conversing in a doorway of a shop. The man suddenly pulled out a revolver, and the girl started to run away. Nicoll fred two shots at the girl, and then turned the weapon on himself. The girl was wounded on the left side of the face, the chin, and the bank, while on the nook and the outer side of the right forearm are lumps su...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
THE CALLAGHAN STYLE - BOOK. Just because you don't live in the city isno reason why you shouldn't be able to secure the newetst stles of Ioots. We are suppl3ing thousands of satisfied Mail-order Customers all over the Common wealth, and there thousands of Mail-order Customers are getting precisely the same exclusive styles that we are selling to the most fashionable boot wearers that come personally to our Store to buy. In ordering CALLAGIIAN BOOTS by Mall you're just as sure of Style and Fit as though you sat down and were fitted by one of our asmistants. You take no risk at all. Your Boots will be exchanged or your money refunded, if you desire. Thus you can handle and FIT on CALLAGHAN BOOTS in your own home without being compelled to buy. Send for the CALLAOiAN STYLE-BOOK, mailed FREE. It illustrates and describes correct styles in this season's Footwear. The Style Book will prove interesting even If you don't nsed Boots at present. Model NO. 27, Post Paid, 18/6. "I am extremely ...
Tarago Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
Tarago Railway Accident. TfE mail train did not reach Queanbeyaa till after nine o'clock on Wednesday morning, in consequence of an accident- that ocothrred at Tarago. From, particulars to hand It appears :Y that about 4 o'clock in the morning an engine and a van from Goulburn en route to Quean beyan: to take bact a?aload of wool came into contact when shunting at Tarago with the rear of -the down Cooma mixed train. The impact was considerable and sufficient to do damageoto the extent of from £40 to £50 to the brake.van and "L" van, and a " box "carriage of the A Cooma train, besides injuring foursecond-class passengers who were in the brake-van. 1News of the accident'was quickly despatched to Goul burn, and at 6 a.m. Traffic Inspector Milne, Inspectors Yates anld Smith, and Dr. BDirkitt left for the scene of the accident. :The services of the. railway officials,' however, 'were not re quired, as the road had been cleared before they arrived. Dr. Burkitt, however, -attended to the i...
Sutton Assault Case. O'BRIEN BEFORE THE COURT. Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
.; 'a Coninlitted fof lrikl. nd ug Ta sawagman who was reported int our last ,k' issue to have been captured at Curradighee ay by Constable Gibson on suspicion of being its the man wanted in connection with the brutal assault upon the little girl Rose Ella se Cartwright at Sutton, on Friday the 4th to instant, aprpeared before Police Magistrate is. Elliott, and a bench censisting of Messrs E. i°+ G. Atkinsou, J. Gale and W Pike, Js. P.. t' on Wednesday morning. The prisoner had been brought before the Gnndaroo Court on a, Monday when Constable Gibson's depositions are were taken, in which it was stated that an ad admission of guilt had been made so far as he indecent assault was concerned, but prisoner ad held out that he had no intention to carnally on know the girl. he When placed in the dock on Wednesday yt morning the prisoner bore a very dissipated r, appearance. He was dressed in the clothes ad he had been shearing in for a week, and with hislankempt hair and stubby beard wore...
The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
SThe Fetderal Capital. TaH Sydney Assembly (says Melbourne Punch) may out up rusty on the capital site question. " Our beautiful Harbour" does not like the idea of having a new port created on Twofold Bay, and northern New South Wales complains that Dalgety will be under the domination of Victoria for geographical reasons. An attempt may therefore be made to uFset the decision of the Federal Parliament. Mr Reid is backing up the Monaro tableland with all the influqnce he can command. Lyndhurst, which is up near Orange, was his private choice, but since the common wealth legislature picked Dalgety ho has forgot ten every other site. Mr Austin Chapman is working like a a tiger to get the question settled without delay. Every week-end he runs over to Sydney to get the hang of the intrigues in the local lobbies. His constituents are in a state of feverish excitemnent over it. The Cup lost its interest for them this year. They are only concerned about the stately city, which is to be bui...
Small Debts Court. P. P. Board Assessments. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
ý 1ngll Debto' Coutt. P. P. 1o?-d Aý#emeijt$. WILLI?r ReID, of Brindabella,, was prooseded qsiunst by the Queanbeyan Pastures Protection Board for the amount of 18e Id due for stock assessment. .Mr. H. J. Dixie appeared on behalf of the Board..:. . c -. . - ::r . " Defendant filed a special defence setting out that the property on which the stook were gras ing was in litigation for the past ten years and he had received advices from Coonnsel W. A. Walker . and the late Judge Manning regarding his most suitable proceedings to set mattes right. He alleged that the Bank of North Qseen.land had taken, in gold and script, some £12,500 worth from the mine, and they valued the mine at £20,000. He had with him a chaln of evidence showing by whom the fraud was committed,and asserted that on several occaesons he was obliged to present firearms to prevent forcible possession being taken of the mine. H* said both the propercy and stook should be his property, but the law said they belonged to h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
FURNITTURE MONEY BA VED FOR _______ COUNTRY RESIDENTS ? - DRAWING-ROOM SUITE. In Silk Tapestry and Plush, compris We challenge ANY Furniture Firm to sell ing Settee, Pair of Arm Chairs, twoal the same qualities as these at the same prices. SChairs, Walnt Overmantel, Bevel "' Nuff sed !" Gltss, Inlaid Octagon Centre Table, Inlaid Corner Whatnot, and Side Table.....................8 8/0. DINING ROOM SUITE. r BEDROOM SUITE. Two Easy Chairs, 6 Carved Back Comprising Wardrobe, Carved Pan. Chair, and Large ('ouch, all Spring S ela and Bevel-Glass Door; Deup seated and Upholstered in Leather. Drawer, Duchease Toilet Cheat, Bevel RIDEBOARD, with bevel Grass Glass Attached. Back. OVERMANTEL and Dinine Washatand, with Marble Top and Table .............................. £10 10/0 Bevel G'ass Back, P.-dsstal Cupboard, Towel Rails, and 2 Carved Back " Chairs, Walnut Colour ......... £9 9/0 DOUBLE BEDSTEAD. Full Size, Parisian Top, Brass Rails and Spindles in Footrail, Treble COUNTRY ORDERS PACKED...
WILLIAMSDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
WI LLIAM SDALE (From Our Correspondent) ON Saturday last the Queanbeyan tennis players paid us a visit, arriving about 11 o'clock. The party consisted of Messrs. Ling, Hill, Stewart and Woodward. The day proved a most en joyable one, and great interest was taken by the local players in watching the scientiflo strokes of the visitors. The lady members of the Williamsdale Club provided the luncheon and tea. The following is the result of the play : DoUBLEs. ..... Hill and Ling v. Trotter and Jamfeson 6-3 6-2 Woodward and Stewart, v, Neal and Sinih, 6-1, 6-2 Woodward and Stewart, v. Jamieson and Trot ter, 6-1, 6-2. Ling and Hill, v. Neale and Smith, 6-1, 6-4. SInotEs. Hill v. Trotter, 6-5 Woodward v Jamieson. 8-5 Ling v Smith, 6-3 Stewart v. Neate, 6-0 Woodward v. Tro'ter, 6-1 Hill v. Jamieson, 6-0 " Foster" was in his tisud %ond humour' and, although he wai def. a Cd, h Ad. the cosola'ion of making his opponent ' sweat."
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1904. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
WITH WrIO. ARE INoORPORATnD .. Queanbeyan Tiiees, :Bungendore Mirror &. Cantain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER "18, 1964. Local and General., Fox Aorasia's win in the Melbourne Cup Mr Oxenham received in prize money :5,132. MR. WEBSTER's tender secured the contract for road work on the Yass River road near Gundaroo. ILtA week the Cootamundra police had' a man under strong euspicion as the. guilty one.wanted. for the Button assault. Txz local cricket club is preparing a pro. gramme for their projected entertainment to be held about the middle of next month. Twa death is reported of Mr. Frederick Bridges, Under-Secretary of the Department of Public Instruction in this State, in his 05th year. A mx.N's dead body was found by a picnica party near Hartley on Monday. There was a bullet wound in the right temple, but no weabon was found. - Txs licensing court for the- consideration of auctioneers' licenses will be held on Wednesday sext.. The name, of the applicants have, pre lo?a?...
Murders Her Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
Murders Her Children. A DREADFUL tragedy occurred at North Bangaroo on Tuesday morning. A man named Selby and his wife and family were travelling, the husband seeking for work. Selby was about to leave the camp looking for a horse, when he heard a thud- ding sound behind him. On looking round he saw his wife attacking their two little girls with an axe. Selby rushed off to some men working on the road, and asked them to go for the police. When the police arrived one little girl, Clarinda Selby, was dead, and the second child died on Wednesday morning. The woman was arrested and taken to Goolagong. She seems melancholy and said she did not want the children to starve.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN, ,L' I Hold AUCTION SALES on all Advertised. Dates of SHEEPSKINS, HDS STORE STOCK, HIDES, FAT 5 K STATION PROPERTIES. TALLOW, IUMARSUPIAL SKINS, HAIR, HORNS, BONES, CRAIN wA izEoaS LEATHER, BARK, which includes Com Our Consolidated Charge mission, Cost of Re PER CENT Aeiving, Weighing, forSellin oolis PER ENT. arehousingh Insu for Selling Wool is rance while on Shore. Cataloguing, &o., &o. SELLING BROKERS ONLY. I'PROM PT RETURNS, Liberal Advances, Expert Valuations. SEND All consignments of Wool and Produce to SYDNEY, Fat Stock to FLEMINGTON. ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE to Harrison, Jones & Devlin, Ltd., Sydney. ? __ - - - ll i I II ,,,,,,, mm m.Jm,__----~.- l-. T-------. IJMPURITIES IN TllEr BLOOD.-' We have seen hosts of letters from people who have received great benefit from the use of Olarko's Blood I Biijturo. It cannot be too highly estimated for it cleanes and clears the blood from all Impurities." This is a good testimonia...
Methodist Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
it Methodist Flower Show. T?s atterdance at the Flower Show sod n Fancy Fair on Tuesday night oclipsed any pre r vious occasion, and the takings at the doors wmn a equally as satisfactory as the display within. In addition to the vocal items rendered at inter : vals, the attention of the audience was attracted for a quarter of an hour with what proved to 1 be themost fascinating and amusing item of the two nights on which the show was open. t We refer. to the Gentlemen's Hat Trimmiol o Contest. There were eight entries, the names * of the competitors being :-W. 'Devonshire, J. 1 MoIntosh; W. . Woodger, R,. Warren, J. Ai Shaw, H. Denne, A. Taylor, and - Schultz. Having been lined up on the stage a basket of a old lace, flwers, and other hat.trimming refase I were diatributed at, their feet ; each one weu , supplied with a needle, Mrs. Shaw being in I attendance supplying thread. Some of the competitors proved to ba adepts in the feminine knowledge of trimming a hat, and eagerly searc...
A Drought Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
go i'ouglt Irn idert. rBv Miss N. C. FUSSELL.] les IT was a bright cloudle*s day in November; or the sun's rays beat down with fierce inlensity ; sy not the slightest breeze prevailed. It was at Sunday-Sunday in the bush. Not a sound was to be heard, save the snarling and growling ;ad of the dogs away in the distance at the blacks' ed camp, about three hundred yards up the creek. dg figer and Nip, two of our cattle doge, lay stretched out in the shade of the shed, quite yes overcome by the intense heat ; indeed every in-. thing seemed to be affected but the flies-those b- pests seemed to be filled with a mad desire'to le- bore into one's brains, by means of one's eyes. en I stood looking out upon the burning plains, on which stretched away in endless monotony t') my right, and thought of two young fellows who had started live days ago from Muckabilla Station, to come over here to get work as water-bailers, and had not arrived, and were not likely to now. A terrible dust storm had ra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 November 1904
SUIBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s Gd ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -o si- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. ROSE'S E [EI I EiE [ii0 . Cures Sandy Blight, Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids, Dimness of .° Sight, Weak Eyes, Granulations, &g. Ac. NE B.-Always ask for ROSE'S CELEBRATED .... EYE LOTION .... and take no ohilcr. Sold in original bottles by all Chcmiiris and Stmorcekcpcrsr throughnt t Asltralia, itrit('t rnifacturelld by the proprietors H. A. ROSE & CO,, 531 George Street, SYDNEY, Bucn ?- DR. SOUTHAMCD'S wr _ GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS I Cure Gout, Rheumatism Tio Doloreaux, and all Rhetunatilo pains. 531 crcnc . P These Pills are sold only in SY .,EY. L Bottles at s/-, 2/6 and g/- Post Free. . Ole 1'r"'rmrtonr-i. A. itO I ,l" CO., CIhe...14., orre oonndencn ;il 5t i(itE ,TII:r, HVINIY .............. Invitvr.. THE CNLY PHIRMACY CPEIN ALL IOGHT. TWO T~iAA-I 'BILLY' 'GOLDEMIA YOU kr.ow "BILLY" TEA of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904
A Lively Medicine Lassitude, weariness, in digestion, summer ait inents, all put to flight -not by a nostrum, but by the finest and purest Beverage on the market. OL F'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS DISPELS 'That Tired Feelilg.' Duy whole Bottles. Superior IBoardl ant Residence. 254 Elizabeth Street, Opposite Belmpre Park, Sydney. EXCELLENT TABLE, Central Position. Very moderate terms. Mrs. O. ROYCE, Proprietress. Notice of Removal. W, S WO W, >lhe o6h611buihlet', H AS removed to his new premises near the bridge, and opposite Hun gerford's Hotel, Monaro.street. Ot Customers please note. TO STAND TEHIS REASON AT G UNGAHLEEN, THE WELSH PONY STALLIOrN TRUMP is a creamy pony, standing about 13 hands high, by Tiger, dam Minnie, by Connor's Tom Thumb (imp.), Minnie from im. ported stock. TERMS : 35s per mare, reduction for three or more led mares. E. G. ORACE, PROPRIETOt, Sungahleen. FOR THE L[FE IS THE BLOOD. elarke's Blood Mixture THE WORLD-FAMED BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER IS WARRANTE...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904
]tille Shooting. T?E third match of the December quirter, shot off last Saturday, resulted in A. Gibbs being first, and R. Thompson second. The respective scores are as follows : Shootrs 50yds 000yds hand. Total A. Gibbs 26 28 20 068 R. Thompson 24 23 11 58 E, Lesmond 21 20 13 54 P. Naylor 26 26 s 52 A. Fallick 23 25 4 52 E. Gibbs 26 19 5 50 J. Beatty 18 26 4 48
Strained Sinews Remedied A CYCLIST PRAISES ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904
Strained Sinews JOeitaOdiel A OYOLIST PRAISES ZAM-I3UK. TuE stimulating properties of Znm.Buk render this pure healing balm exceeding by effective when rubbed well into the muscles and tendons, or about a joint. It gives tone to the muscles of the wrist and arm, ankle and calf, and expels any pain that may be due to impurity in the blood (as in rheu matism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia, etc.), and also overcomes any tenderness and swelling striking illustration. Mr. ~V. P. Campbell, of the Speedwell Bicycle Depot, Market Square, Oastlemaine, Vie., says :-' It is six years ago since I first twisted and strained the sinews of my foot and akle, through the strap on the pedal of my bicycle being rather tight and not allowing my foot to come away freely when dismounting in a hurry. From that time until about five weeks ago I have always had trouble and pain in the foot and ankle, and had to wear an elastic bandage for the greater part of the time. Five weeks I had a sample of your Zarn-Buk O...
The Recent Railway Collision. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904
The Recent RIailway Collision. A TELIGUGM from Conma ststes that several pase-ngers who arrived at Cooma by Wed ntsday morning's train were more or less in jured in the accident at Tlarago William Baker was conveyed to the hospital immed iately after arrival. He is suffering consid erably from shock, his temperature being very high. Another man received a nasty blow on the jaw from the lavatory door. An other received a grazed forehead. One pas senger states that a man was lying on the floor of the compartment nearest the brake van when the engine struck the latter, which sent a buffer thriugh the carriage, tearing the woodwoik and carryiLg the seat right across the compartment. The man was un derneath, but fortunately he escaped with an injured wrist and a few bruises. Some of the first-class passengers are suffering from alight shock. (Later particulars state that the man admitted to the hospital is suffering from bronchitis).
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904
General NToews. The wheat crops in the Wagga distriot this season are expected to average 13 bush els to the note. The one mile and five miles amateur eyeo ling chinnpionships of Australia were won at Brisbane on Saturday by P. Berry, of the northern city. Tobacco cultivation is being tried exten sively in the Tumut distriot, the Dixson Tobacco Company offering growers every encouragement. Mr. James Garland, ex.superintendent of the police force, died at his residence in Tamworth on Thursday, at the age of 91. He was a member of the first Parliament of New S:uth Wales, in 1856. Genernal Stoessel has informed the Czar that the Japanese on the 25th and 26th ult. vigorously bombarded Port Arthur, but the assaults were repulsed. A Russian officer and 70 men were killed, while eight offioors and 400 men were wounded. A middle-aged man named James Preston was found dead in his bedroom at the Com. monwealth Hotel Newcastle, on Saturday evening, with a gunshot wound over the heart. A gun co...
Cricket. QUEANBEYAN v. DUNTROON. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904
Cricket. QUEANBEYAN v. DUNTROON. On the Duntroon wicket on Saturday last a local team was engaged in meeting a challenge by the Dantroon COlb, resolaing in a victory for the visitors by 25 rune. Some of the Queanbeyan players nere in good form. and good batting was done. Collett and Woodward, with 30 and 14, respectively, wore the best scorers, while Carr-Boyd, who put up some eocellent scores last season, lost his wicket for 10. On the Doan troon side A. Warwick oompilhd 22, oonstituting more than a quarter of the total score of the team. Afternoon tea was supplied by the Dan. troon ladies, and the loealites speak in high terms of the treatment they received. The scores are s5 follows: QUE"REYAN.--lst Innings. W. Carr-Boyd, b A.. De Smet .............. 10 A. E. Moore, b W. Dunn ............ 9 'F. Woodward, b A. Warwick ............ 14 A. Collett, o A. Warwick, b W. Dunn 30 S. Hinoksman, c J. Butt, b S. Warwiok 1 F H. Hungerford, b A. Warsick ......... 0 0. Harrison, b A. Warwick .....