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Death of Mrs. Wm. Hatch, aged 73. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

Death of Mrs. Vmn. h atch, aged 73. THE death is announced of Mrs William Hatch, Senior, of " Rosewood," Gininderra, which took place at her residence on Sunday morning, at half past six. At Giniuderra and in the surrounding districts no lady was better known than Mrs Hatch, she having resided since her girlhood days in that local ity, with the exception of a few years in the Tamut district. Mrs Hatch was highly esteemed by her large connection of friends, and many will miss a helping hand in onuse quence of the old lady's demise. The cause of her end was a general break-up of the system whioh was accelerated during latter years by an affection of the heart, for which she was receiving treatment from Dr. Black all. Mrs Hatch leaves a large grown-up family and many grandchildren. Those of her family (including her husband) who survive her are:-Mrs George Ourran (Bungendore), Mrs George Wilson (Rob Roy), Mrs M. Lazarus (Queanbeyan), Mrs Connolly (Grenfell), Mrs tteokless (Sydney), 'Mi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Sick Woman's Misfortune. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

* A Sick Woman's Misfortune. A PECULIAR medical case, with, as far as the patient is' concerned, a most outrageous sequel, has come to light at Ballarat (Vic). Mrs. Kate Ladds, a widow, recently became silent and uncommunicative. Her relatives believed her to be insane, and herson handed her over to. the police, a he formerly charged her, before the city magistrates, with " in sulting behaviour." On beic.g remanded to gaol for medical. observation, the Govern ment surgeon found that a grave error, had been made in supposing Mrs. Ladds was insane. The woman was very unwell, and her case was one that should be treated in a hospital, and should never have been brought to gaol. On the order of a justice of the peace, Mrs. Ladde was liberated from prison and conveyed to the hospital, where, it' is stated, she is now regaining her health. The extraordinary action taken by the police in this matter is likely to be inquired into by the authorities at headquarters. THE wind yesterday interfe...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

. . ___ -_ --.____ -- - -- - I -Wool Sales. DALGEtY AND co. report :-During the past few days the sales ;have passed off satis factorily with no abatement in'the demand. The American orders, which hve been such an important feature of late, are still in force ; but the extreme prices. which prevailed a fortnight back has given place to a slightly lower level for the best greasy wools suitable for the United States. On the other hand, there has been an improvement for medium and good wools-usually taken for the Contin ent and Yourkshire, and large clearance of these have been. Very little scoured wool offered daring last week, the bulk of the catalogues being made of wools. in the grease. Among the lots.to be submitted on Tuesday (to-day) are eonsignments from Currandooley, and Gidley,. SAFEOUARD THE CIIILDREN.-Notwithstanding all that is done by boards of health and charit ably inclined persons, the death rate among small children is very high during the hot weather of the summer mo...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

CHAPTER XXVI. Mabe! hail dried her eyes and was busy writing to Jack whei the footman appeared at her dour, and told her that Mrs. Poneon. by was waiting in the drawing-room to see her.. ' Are you sure she asked for me, and not for Lady Gosport P' the girl ihquired, greatly surprised, for she had seen of her she cer tainly did not approve. Mabel was too untutored in the ways of society to give a reason for her dislike, though she was per. feotly conscious of that feeling. ' Mrs. Ponsonby asked for you Miss,' 'the footman said, ' and her ladyship is out.' ' Oh, very well, perhaps I had better go down !' She put the letter away.in her dis patch box and went to the drawing-room, where she found Mrs. Poneonby, very smart, serenely smiling, and extremely amiable. ' So lucky to find you alone !' she began. ' You see, my dear, you will understand that I take a very great interest in you.' r 'So kind of you,' Mabel murmured, won dering what was coming next. ' You see it's only natural, as y...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thro' the Long Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

Thro' the Long Night. [Br Miss GwEN FUSSELL] WHY it seemed to gain in distance in the very lash of dignity my being designated a journey ! It was less than twojhundred miles, and yet, to me, who had hardly ever before wandered from the precincts of my home on the North Shore, the number of miles seemed infinite. And my only indication of the fact, consisted in the red flags my cheeks hung out, and furtive glances half of longing and half ecstasy which I occasionally cast those who were seeing me off, or rather, on. It was a train journey, and I, under twenty, was to travel alone the first time in my short life, which seemed to me event enough almost, with which to close the pages of life's book. The young make such very great things out of nothing-at least nothing to a veteran whose life is seared and worn with huge incidents that make the young awed and wondering. And even yet, a fall realization of it all had not come upon me. Not even when I saw the reflection of my scarlet cap i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Terrible Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

Terrible Tragedy. A TInnitnL tragedy was enacted almost at the foot of Yellowwood Mountain (Q.), three miles from ]Beenloizh on Saturday night, when a farmer's homestead was destroyed by lire and three little children perished. The house which is owned and occupied by a farmer named Frederick Dobloin was of three rooms. Doblein was away at a farmers' meet. ing, and Mrs. Doblein had charge of thohouse and six small children. All the children were asleep before 10 except a baby of 12 munths who was crawling about the room. Mrs. Doblein left the room for a moment, and in her absence the child is supposed to have climbed a stool and pulled down a lighted candle .which set fire to a piece of croohet work. The mother saw the flame, rushed in, and carried out the cloth, but not before the outbreak had extended to clothes hang. ing on the wall. Returning, the woman dashed water on the firo 'ald called to her children. Benny, the eldest boy, 11 years, and George, 6 years, awoke, but Fred, 8 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

Thle Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXV.-oNrTINUED. ' Ah my darling Miss Mabel!' she oried throwing her arms round her, ' I know you fell badly. It's a dreadful thing to be for long, my honey, though I must say I don't approve of his going at all, and if Mr. Trenton had asked me I would have given him a bit of my mind, I would, and I would have told him as how it wasn't at all fit for an engaged gentleman to go running about the world as if he were a schoolboy with no ties but his cricket bat, and he engaged to the sweetest, dearest, and richest young lady in all tbh world I Why, my dear Miss Mabel my darling child, there are tears in your eyes; you're crying, and there I have been jabber, ing 'all about nothing, stupid old creature that I am I Oh! my darling, my darling !' She knelt down by Mabel's side, and wrapping her strong arms round her, drew her head down upon h&r shoulder, as she had done in every trouble, great or small, that had come to Mabel since she had...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUTTON [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

SUTTON (From Our Correspondent) NATURALLY, the sole topic af this locality has been the brutal outrage committed on a little girl on her way home from school. Great was the satisfaction expressed on all sides when it became known that the das tardly criminal had been captured some distance from Yass. He passed through here on Monday last, and had it been known no doubt there would have been some hostile demonstration, as indignation ran very high. It is to be hoped that he will be meted out a very liberal sentence, and it is a pity that such wretches could not be dealt with in some more effoetive way' than giving them a " good home" for a few years. Although arrested by Constable Gibson, of Weejasper, a deal of credit is due to Senior Constable Bond, of Gundaroo, for the smart and efil cient manner in which he set the law in motion. The exact description of the man (whom he had casually seen a few days before) promptly furnished to all the police in the district, which, without doub...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

FURNITURE MONEY SAVED FOR - ' COUNTRY RESIDENTS I DRAWING-ROOM SUITE. In Silk Tapestry and Plush, compris Ang Settee, Pair of Arm Chairs, two We challenge ANY Furniture Firm to sell Small Chairs, and two Occasional[ the same qualities as these at the same prices. Chairs, Walnut- Overmantel, Bevl "' Nuff sad !" Glus, Inlaid Octagon Centre Table, Inlaid Corner Whatnot, and Side Table......... ...........£ 8 8/0. r DINING ROOM SUITE. S BEDROORM SUITE. Two Easy Chairs, 6 Carved Back Comprising. Wardrobe, Carved Pan Chairs, and Large Couch, all Spring S sla and Bevel.Glare, Door ; De seated and Upholstered in Leather. Drawer, Duchesse Toilet Chest, Bevel SIDEBOARD, with bevel Glass DGlas Attached Back. OVERMANTEL and Dinine WIsashstand, with Marble Top and Table .............................. £10 10/0 Bevel Glass 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 Footrail, Tr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

lHAES RUSSELL, QUEANBEYAN Skearing Supplies. Big Stock to SELECOT FROM Cheuaapst Best. F ENCING TENDER WANTED to erect Half-mile Drop Fence. Inspection of Site Invited. Good fattening grass To Let Cheap. H, FFRENCII GILLM AN, Tharwa. DIuntroon Ball. WILL BE HELD ON FrIday, 2nd December, at 8.30 p.m. - IN THE - Du~troon, Woolshsd IN AID C.F THE QUEANBEYAN DISTRICT HOSPITAL; ~" Tict eTs, 5/- EACa. LADIES, FREE Can be obtnined from any member of the Committee or from E. E. HUDSON, HON. SEC. Notice of Removal. J. W. VENABLES, Saddle and Harness Maker, BEGS to THANK tlhe public for the liberal £ support accorded him since commencing business in Queanbeyan ; and also to inform his Customers and the General Publio that he has removed to Mrs Black's new premises, next the Commercial Hotel, where by strict attention to business :he solicits a continuance of their sup po'rt.' Repairesa speooality. All work guaratiteed Note the address NEXT COMMERCIAL HOTEL, QUEANBEYAN. . FOR A STYLISH, WELL-M...

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Auctioneers' Licenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

Auctioneers' Licenses. BEFonR the local Licensing Bench, consisting of Dr. Richardson, J.P. (ChOairman), Dr. Blackall, J.P., and Mossrs. John Gale, Wmn, Pike, P. McNamara, T. Battle, John Sonthwell and Wm. Beatty, Js. P., this morning, renewals of aunotioneers' licenses were granted the following :-Messrs. A. W. Moriarty, Mark Southwell, Thos. Max. well, Thoee. Woodger, J. Pike and W. D. Wright. On account of applioant's absence the application of W. E. Oldfield was postponed for a week. As was the case last year the application of B. 0. Harris, for whom Mr. Woodward appeared, was. opposed by the Sergeant, on the ground of intemperance. The Ser geant . admitted applicant's honesty and trustworthiness. Evidence was also given by applicant, and after consideration" by the Bench, the application was granted by a majority. IT is expected that the present session of the Federal Parliament' will shortly o!ose, The Arbitration Bill may be dropped. HIG? winds were blowing throughout nearly ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE JOYFULNESS OF FOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

THE JOYFULNESS OF FOLLY. WHAT a pleasant thing is folly I Only thosewho know very little, or (better still) nothing at- all appear entirely happy. For whereas a fool sin cerely believes that he knows everything, a wise man is by constant proofs reminded that he knows very little. But stay ! There is some thing wrong here. This philosophy won't do. Is ignorance, after all, really happiness ? True a very old proverb assures us that " 'tis folly to be wise," but, like most proverbs, we suspect that this one must not be taken too literally. A certain miser when young buried a hoard of gold in a secret place, iantending to dig it up for use when he grew old ; but his miserly spirit prevented him from ever believing that he was sufficiently old to need it, though he lived to a great age. As a matter of fact, the miser was observed burying his gold by a man who dug it up and made off with it the very next day ; but the miser never knew this. Here, now, was a case of ignorance being bliss. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town)2s 2d1 per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2 6d ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -o Q- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. d@ ® I DONT BE FOOLISH S'I'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicycle that has no name and which will be always going out of order. WHY NOT BUY A RED BIRD BIOYCLE FOR 1904. A REAL UP-TO-DATE BICYCLE. thetis FULLY GUARANTEED and w will LAST you FOR YEARS, no matter - what sort of work yon give it. WRITE TO US OR CALL ON OUR L.OOAL A GENTS. YOU CAN buy on LONG EASY TEEMS. SMALL DE POSIT, payments made to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN PART PAYMENT. Canada Cycle & Motor Company, Ltd., 335 George-st., Eydney. TIHE 4COLD BICYCLE CO. E,. "w- V I-OrR'.'O:LT, AGENT, QUEANBEYAN. LARGEST STOCK OF SUNDRIES in town, at Lowest Prices -'S I__TWO TEA.- i 'BILLY' & 'GOLDENIA YOU know "BILLY" TEA of course. Everylody who is anybody, knows "BILLY," it has been the standard drink eof Australians fo...

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OBITUARY. Death of another Old Identity. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

OBITUARY. Death of another Old Identity.   ANOTHER link in the chain of old residents of Queanbeyan was snapped asunder on Sunday night at a little before nine o'clock, when Mr. Samuel Elliott, who had but nine years and five months to live to become a centenerian, passed away from this terres trial sphere to join the vast majority. Mr. Elliott was born in York, England, on April 14th, 1914, and at the age of 20 immigrated to Australia-long before the golden days of this State, and when the population of the interior tracts of the continent were sparsely populated, indeed. Queanbeyan being among one of the earliest settlements, perhaps, was attributable to Mr. Elliott, being induced, as was common with other old identities recently deceased, to throw in his lot for the benefit of a newly opened country, and try his luck in a venture in station life. Arriving at Queanbeyan 70 years ago, deceased engaged. with the late Mr. George Campbell, at Duntroon, in whose employ he ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1904. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

WIrTH WICH ARPi INCORPOR1ATED Queanbeyan Times,. Bingendore Mirror.& Cavtain's Flat Miner. rTUES DAY,- NOVEMBER 22, : 1904. Local. and General. :.: WOoL trains are passing through daily. THE local railway;station is- undergoing. re-. LAiOR will.try for. at least six seats in the Sydney Munioioal Council. ;:-THE crops at Giniuderra are beyond. redemption, and very poor yields are ex pected. THE Kimio (Gundagai) wool clip topped the'market-at Sydney sales last week, 151d per lb. being obtained for greasy. A oYuG married woman named Annie Maria White, was foundbhangiug in an' out house in North Botany last Friday. TaH State Premier is making prepare? tions for the introduotion to the House this 'aesbion of the Local Government;Bill. Tas Senate has completed its consideration in Committee, of the Arbitration Bill, and the third reading is fixed for to-morrow. - T?: s recent hospital balls will net over £80. The balance sheet will be presented at the hospital committee meeting on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 November 1904

Sudden Death.   READERS will regret to learn of the sudden death of Mr. Walter Crawford, an erstwhile resident of this town, who was thrown from his horse into a mill dam at St. Peters (Sydney) on Sunday, and drowned. The information received by his relatives, who are many in this town and district, are very meagre, only the fact of his sad end being yet known. He was in the prime of life, being but thirty years of age,and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. Deceased leaves a young widow (only about 24 years of age) and three young children. Our readers will remember the deceased leaving Queaubeyan under two years ago for Syd ney. At the time of his death he was fol lowing the vocation of a milk vendor, and was doing a splendid business. Mrs. Craw ford was a Miss Bertha Dyball, of Tharwa, and deceased's mother a Mrs Crawford, a sister to Messrs. Richard and William Moore, of this district. From later particulars to hand this morning we learn that the deceased, was ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 25 November 1904

OHAHTER XXVII. Mrs. Ponsonby's clever little head was constantly full of schemes-now they were turned towards breaking off Jack's engage. ment with Mabel. If only she could get Mabel to flirt with somebody else during Jack's absence, that would be distinctly a step in the right direction. But how was that to be brought about?.If Mabel had consented to come and stayfwith her, she thought she might have managed it. Mrs. Ponsonby had an idea that all things are possible to a determined woman, and the outcome of this conviction was an invitation sent to Lord Broadwater asking him to come to lunch on the following day. Punctually to the momement Lord Broad. water artived. He was alwayarpunctual what was the use of being brought up in an office if you weren't punottal ? Since he had gone to the playj with. Mabel and Lady Gosport, a few weeks ago, Lord Broadwater had grown even more pale and wearied looking. .People. had, run after him, feted hird on all ocoasions, while the burden of his ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXVI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 25 November 1904

The Storyteller A MISER'S HEIRESS. CHAPTER XXVI.-oo rrranuzo For the last twenty years Colonel Searle had never seen a girl who attracted him so much as' Mabel ; it might be because he thought he could trace in her a likeness of that fair little love of his whom he had seen laid in, her grave some twenty years ago, when he was a mere boy. The Colonel was well aware that since that period he had never so strongly desired to be in the presence of 'any woman as that of Mabel. His mole reason: for coming to: see Lady Gosport that afternoon .was that he might gaze upon the girl's face. 'It recalls, my early happiness,' he told himself, ' to look into her. eyes, so clear and guileless. They_ talked 'only of ordinary matters, of the pictures they' had seen, together at the Gallery, of the war, and of the speedy success that was, likely 'to attend the.British-arms, then Mabel broached her approaching visit to Dinard. ' By the way I learn from Mrs. Ponsonby who was here this morning, that yo...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 25 November 1904

Municipal Council. AT the meeting of the above held last night there were present * Aldermen Hungerford (Mayor), Dixie, Atkinson, Collett, and Hinokeman. Correspondence was read (1) From Mrs. 0. Black requesting the permission of the Council to erect a verandah at the rear of her premises in Monaro-street -Permission was granted under the usual conditions. (2) From Mr. T. F. Coghlan, on behalf of the committee appointed to carry out the Boxing Day sports in aid of the Band, ask ing for the exclusive use of the recreation reserve for the occasion.-Granted on condi tion lOs be lodged as a sureity against dam age that may occur. (3) From Mr. J. Monk, Racecourse, offer ing £5 per year for the night soil reserve. He further promised in consideration of his application being granted, to fence the pad dock free of cost in accordance with the specifications already drawn up, provided he be allowed a five years' lease.-This letter was left in abeyance till the tenders for fencing would be de...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 25 November 1904

HARRISON, J 0 NES LI N, L& Hold AUCTION SALES on all Advertised Dates of SHEEPSKINS, FA STOCK STORE STCK HIDE, gga @,} TATION PROPERTIES, TALLOW, NARSUPI AL SKINS, HAIR, HORNS, BONES: WHEAT, MAIZE, OATS. U L LEATHER, BARK, which includes Com Our Consolidated Charge mission, cost of Re Wae vg, Weighing, oECRP E WarehouXfleg, Insu for Selling Wool is P rance whe on Shore. Cataloguing, &o., &o. SELLING BROKERS ONLY. P RO M PT RETU RN S, Liberal Advances, Expert Valuations. ENl All consignments of Wool and Produce to SYDNEY, Fat Stock to FLEMINGTON. ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE to Harrison, Jones & Devlin, Ltd., Sydney. Antvon To. MOTrams !-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth I Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of 'Mas Wiresow's. SooTrrxe Smaut. It will relieve the poor sufferee im mediately. It is perfectly harmless & pleasant to taste, It produces, natural, quiet Sleep by re lieving the child fro...

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