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ARUM LILIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

ARUM LILILS. These aro so easy to grow that I am sur. prised th»re should be any failures. There are spot* where these are grown in water in the open air. Tho water must be deep enough to protect the roots from frost, indthemno harm will be dono, and there will bo immense numbers of Sowers in sum mer. A good many years ago I discovered a pond in a gentleman's garden v;here tbe margin of the water woe full of thesa Arums, and the show of blossoms was very fine. The facility with which they can be grown ia water seems to suggest tbat the starving system adopted by some cultivators is wrong, especially as regards the weak crowns. The; ' ? strong old crown will not suffer so mush when starved for want of water or neglect ia ' other particulars as the small, weak plants. Arums want liberal treatment if they Arm to Bower well. i

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

HUMOUR T'ue ,;im-i uianlfiCii tit ecif-iiivia uiOu is ihut they can't select their materials. A. good reputation ie like an eel— hard to get possc9&iou of, acd harder to hold. A pretty trimming for a womau'a bonnet is u jjuod-liumourod face. ? tioodnoss me, Johnny ! Whst are you e.rj-inj about now ?' 'Cdum Tommy dreainrtl about catinc; pio lost night, and I diiu't.' Pi:nso\AT..— Maud : ' Do you notice how AltornonV face lights up when ho talks f George : ' Well — he's lantern-jawed, you know.' Oai.lixt.— She: 'You viper!' He : 'You snake-charmer. ' Bv TUB DiEE Hei.vi.vo Oukkn.— Klder Sisti-r : I hope I mado myself quUo plain to Lord Soften when I refused him lost week. —Younger Ditto (who glories in her older siMer'n beauty) : Yon would never be able to do that, old girl. Ax Unlikely SroET.--Humano Squire: Now, you young rascals ' What were you doing in tho copse!' You knew I strictly forbid bird. nesting:— Young Giles: Plase, sur, we warti't budanestin , sur ! Us on'y went ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY THIS PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

SHOUT STOKV THU I'ltOPOSAL. Why was it that, on scoring the great Empire salcm, where for many springs, and alas I— for 'many winters, too, tbo Dnohew de la Sambre had reigned, Oaston do Laus ?un's heart should hare so palpitated P Because he ha-l recognised Madame de Mere, sitting on a sofa near tbe fireplace. There, In her velvet gown embroidered In bright blue, wilh a hat as big aa one's hand perohed on her golden hair, eat the lady, ilately as a swan. That was why his heart beat, and why for months put, whenever he uw Gertrude do la Mere, he had been filled with emotion. Ho loved everything about her, from her caprlulous, imaginative con venation, touching lightly first on this, ion on that, to tbe curious mixture which ?he presented of physical langour and intelli gent aloriness. Why did pooplo liko her, why did she ihlne and dsizlo when other women were passed indifferently r' No one over tried to sxplain the enigma, nor did M. co Lauzuu iny more than he did tho phiy.saphora a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SOLDIER'S RIDE FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

A SOLDIER'S BIDK FOE LIFE. In I860, I held the position of tnaaseer IMDt in the Dragoon Guard*, torn ennged ' fn the CUna war undsr Sir Hope Oraot. Beinf oolyRoenUyappoiutea (oHr^«V| oi our (ffi«n by introduoing as miny noroltiei as possible to their mess. One morning, as I ett pondering in my tent as to what the dinners would be for that week, a Cblnaaan who used to do eome odd jobs about theoaaip, walked past with aetringof birds In his baud, which he said bo had shot on u marshy |ileoe of ground only a few miles away. The birds were certainly very fine indeed of their kind ; I had never teen such snipe either in India or England. Tha temptation U- have a day's shooting oaniB very strong upon me, nnd as the only man in the regiment I would havo cared for as a companion happnurd to bo off duty that day, tbu momeut 1 proposed it to him he agree! at on'o. Thau this man Stuart no better or braver soldier ever carried a sabro in the Quueeu's sorvico. We had good fowl ing-pioces and ple...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SINGLE CHRYSANTHEMUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

SINQLU CHRYSANTHESH/MS. For supplying flowors for cutting Ibcsa are, ture to be iu deaiutid. Fow know how beautiful and light tho best variotiwi aru when cut and placed in a vase with suitable f.jliage. The following half- dozen cortauily ought to be grown :— Alice (croauiv white, with yellow dUv), Ec&sio Conway (striped pink), Dolly Vardcn (rose pink;, Kvjuisito ;purewh«te), Viguna (roao magentu), Golden .Star (yellow), Purity (white suffused rcic). The singles will soon be as numerous as Iho other varieties, especially if the anticipated demand comes. Thcis should b-- grown more in tho bush form, and bo freely dis budded if finu blooms are wanted .

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARLY FLOWERING CHRYSAN THEMUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

EARLY FLOWERING CHRV5AN TfiluiuaS. These are the only kinds euiiabie lor the warden outside. Thcs* somotimes gat killed during eeverc winters ; therefore it is always advisable to have a root of each kind under cover before frost sots iu for the purpose of rupplyius cuttings:— Madame Dcsgran^rii (white), Eyecroft Glory (yellow), M G. Gruunerwild (pink), Montague {purplo crimson), Rio dos Precooos (onui§on), Har vest Home (red, gold tip), Le Viergo (white very dwarf). Lady Filzsrygraiu (white), Alexander Dafcur (rosy purple), Madams Eulu'.aie Morel (cerise).

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPAGATE CHRYSANTHEMUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

PROPAGATE CHRYSANTHEMUMS. Propagate chrysanthemums1 for green houeo. rhero are plenty of good soft cut tings to bo had, and the plants propagated root quickly, and if grown on without Check and disbudded to about 2 flowers they will bo of moro use for room decoration than tall, lanVn nlnnla. We h»v6 had them in 9-inoh pots, carrying one very largo bloom with hctllhy foliage down to the pot. Plants struck will, after tliey are rooted, n-.ake all thoir growth in the opon air, and will, in coneequenco, bo dwarf and robust. Tbe strongest plants may go into 7-inili pots, and the others into those pots C inches in. diameter. Get the best loom,*nud enrich it moderatolv wilh old manure and pot very, firmly. Stimulants in a liquid fcrni can be given after the buds auow. Those of our readers who desire dwarf, robust plants carrying very fino bloom may adept tho above plant with satisfactory results. More than half tho chrysanthemums urown, as most poople grow them uow,, are of do use to take ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GARDEN. WINDOW GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

7 HE GABDKNi WINDOW GAKDENINU. Strike chrysanthemum cuttings for flower ing in small pots. Sow a few see-Ji of the Chinese primroso for early flowering. Primula Obonica is a pretty easily manage, able primrose. The plants ore best raised from teed annually. Give caciu-w a light position, and water when voceacary.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

LADIES! We have opened up some Nice and Fashionable Goods in Dress Goods XKEillinery Furs Cravenettes Jackets Blouses Skirts Costumes Specially Selected from the Best Houses by our MISS LODER when in Sydney. # -K^IDSTSIFECTIOIIsr IZSnTITEilD..^^ P. C. HILL & SON, Queanbeyan. Watch Repairing mHE mechanism of a watch is an X intricate and delicate thing. Many good watches have been ruined by bungling repairs. I do expert repairing, and I am willing to stand on my record as such. I know how to handle a cheap watch and I know how to handle an ex pensive timepiece — yet either gets the same honest care and attention in this workshop of mine. If you have Watch Repairs to be done, I want your work. I promise to do them right at a Reasonable Price. E. W. Lesmond, THE WATCHMAKER. If you want any article of Jeweller}-, cut out the design from any of the so-called cheap Sydney advertise ments. I will supply you direct from the Wholesale House 4/ in the £ less for the same article. Ring...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

PBOYE IT JLHTJD TEST IT! Before you pay for it. And, moreover, get it OIT OTX'E& TTISriQ.TJIE TEBIMIS OF ; 'WEEICL-X' ZP-A-YIMIiEiliTTS Price of Suit. Amount of Deposit. Weekly Payments 3 3-O 2I _ . ? W ? 3'5 o a5/- I1)- ' 4 '- ° 32/6. . f/6 Monthly Payments pro rata WE have the »ery Choicest Designs in Winter Suitings, C)Ter--oatings.,Irouserings, and Fancy Vestings. Our Prestige as Tradesmen is sufficient Guarfntei -of Corrlct Fit ana Make-up. ... _ ^v ?; ? ^ - - ? G. P. PEB-CIVAL, Merchant Tailor.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SKETCHER THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

SKETOIIJSR rilE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR. Of tbu luttle of Trafalgar, ? IUtUes of the Nineteenth Century,' records:— It was just before noon IhatOiu I'Vfncb Fougueux opened lire iipn Vioe-Admiral Collinirwood iu tho XlnftA Sovereign, and, as though it had been a pigual, tho two admirals' flags broke out at their foremast-heads, and too ships of both flaeUl hoisted their ensigns. The wiud was very light, the sua oil -smooth, Bud with a great grouud swell setting io from the west ward. A glaring dull from out a oobal' skv bluzud down on the freshly-painted flank* of the French uud Spanish ships, and for a moment the fluttering national fUgs lit the 6couowith brilliant flashes of red and blue aud white and gold. Thou the grey powder Binukti filled tho air iu thicker volumes, and tbo flags and llio ships themselves dis appeared iu tho mist, and only ths lurid orimaon flsihos of tbe guns shone ont to tell that die fight had begun f»m every battery lint bad drawu Into range.. To the firsts sal...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY "HE THAT HATH CLEAN HANDS." [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

SHORT STORY ' in: that hath clean hands.' ilrnut foods of perspiration stood about l.h-i 'iltl mau'ft fnr*thr-ad. matting together the trmy l.nkn that .jnolrclel bin brow— tho .-.rowo nf lib well-spunt years— u tie rots lor the fourth time (rum his knew, and paoed the room Id tho alronv uf mdmisian. l'ur ithirtv years be had never laid bis boart upon tae njllow to sleep without com mitting the body and soul of his eon Into the limping of hia Hoavonly Father, and now for ll, u liriit time ho whs unaMo to do no. Fur lid wind had written a play which was tu bo prnduend on the morrow, and to ask Oud'n Mossing on a work tbat belonged ao es sentially to the powers of darkness would eurnly l-e more than blasphemous. Without Ood'a blessing the history of a lifetime had taught him un clfort of man could ho successful, but failuro l-i-morrow ►pelt for hia only obild heartacho,— nay. hmrt-breaking— and ao, midway, be stood 'divided thin way and that,' between a fatkor's yoaminga and a father's...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

Pig.. Prime heavy backfatters made from 40/, extra to 48/, few higher. Prime heavy baconers made from 32/, extra to 35/ , good from 28/6, light from 26/. Prime heavy porkers from at/, extra 24/, good from 16/6, light from 15/, others lower.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

Bhwp. At Homebush Best crossbred wethers made from 18/6 to 19/, extra to 21/6, good 17/ to 17/6. - Best crossbred ewes from 18/, extra to 19/1, good 16/6 to 17/, medium from 15/. Best merino wethers made from 19/, extra to 21/5, good 17/6 to 18/, medium from 16/6, light from 15/6. Best merino ewes from 14/6, extra to 16/, good 13/ to 13/6, medium from 12/ others lower. Best lambs made from 15/6, extra to 16/. good 15/ light from 13/, others lower. Among the sales were: J. Murdoch, Cooma, 228 wethers 14/4 to 14/6, 63 do 16/6. H. and J. Jennings, Tarago, 28 ewes It/9, 29 ewes an(l wethers 14/, 87 crossbred ewes 15/8, 15 lambs at 16/2, 6 do at 14/. Crisp Bros., Cooma,6 crossbreds 18/, 191 wethers 18/4, 85 do I7/a. Duntroon Estate, 300 ewes la/8. R. B. Coleman, Bungendore, 51 ewes I2/I,ioa wethers 16/4, 48 crossbred ewes J. Locker, Cooma, 5 wethers 19/1, a6 do I 16/1, 19 do 13/10, 13 ewes 12/4, 14 crcss breds 14/. J. Lelinne TaraRO, 99 wethers 17/5. D. Leahy, Bungendore, 20 ewes 10/11, ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

Wool. Greasy lots to 10 J£d ; scoured to 21 J£d.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

Tallow. Quotations: Prime mixed ^21/15/ to ^22/2/6 per ton, medium to good mixed j£20 to 2'ai/i2/6, inferior mixed, j£'i6 to /?19/10/, broken packages from /15/10/.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6. ietqttqie;. Misses Mary & Ellen Moore (OP JERRA'BOMBEHRA) BEG to announce that they have purchased the Fruit and Confectionery Business So long carried on by MRS. JANE SULLIVAN and MISS NELLY SULLIVAN, and to solicit a con tinuance of the support so long given to their predecssors. Luncheon at all Hours. Th» TiwdHng Hotel in Bnng-endore. THE ROYAL HOTEL (Close to the Railway Station). SUPERIOR Accommodation. Every attention to visitors. Only best brands Wines, Spirits, Beers, etc., stocked. Book ing Office for all Mail Coaches. Splendid Sample Rooms for Commercials. Excel lent Stables. Competent Groom. All wires punctually attended to. Trial soli cited. ? JOHN J. McJANNETT, Proprletor PRESS NOTICE. IN order toavoid misunderstanding and disappointment, it is hereby notified that unless the customary Press Passes be previously sent to the Office, no repre sentative from this journal will attend any entertainment ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Fruit Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 30 May 1905

Sydney Fruit Markets. Oranges.— Local : 3/ to 4/ per gin-case Mandarins, a/6 to 3/, small 1/ per half case. Quinces.— Choice, 3/ to 3/6 ; small from 1. / per gin-case. Melbourne : 5/ to 6/ per double-case. Pineapples.— Common, 5/ to 6/, Queen, 6/ to 7/ per case. Lemons.— Local : Choree, colored 6/ ; medium 45 to 59 ; rough, a/6 per gin-case. Prime Mildura: 8/ per packer. American seedless, us per half-case. Italian : 25s per case, containing 330. Bananas.— Fiji : Nominal. Queensland, 6/ to 7/ per case, 1/ to 3/ per bunch. Persimmons.— Choice, flat varieties, 5/6 to 6/, medium 4/ to 4/6, inferior from a/ per half-case. Apples.— Local : choice 53, medium 3s to 4s, small as to as 6d ; choice cooking 5/ to 5s 6d, medium 2s 6d to 3s, jam lots 2/ to 2/9 ; Jonathans, choice 5/ to 5/6 per gin case. Melbourne: 5s to Crown, 4/. . Ribstone 2/6 to 3/6. Scarlet Permain, 3/ to 5/6. Adams' 2/6 to 3/6 per bushel case. Pomegranates.— 4/ to 5/6pergin-case. Passionfruit.— Choice', 5/ to 6/ ; good 4/ t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. LONDON, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 2 June 1905

CRICKET. LONDON, Monday Afurnoon. i Tiie All-England Eleven com- ; pleted their first innings for : 196. Tyldcsky, 56, was the principal scorer. Tljc Australians have four wickets down for 15S. Noble 50, Hill 54. 1 3.ONI3OX, Til-.sUy Afurnoou. In their first- innings the j Australians made 221. Cotter i 45, Armstrong 97. | All-England iu their second innings have five wickets down for 31S. McLaren 140, Ilay ward 37, Tyldeslcy 61. LONDON, Wednesday. England declared their sec ond innings eio?ed with five wickets down for 426. Jackson The Australians iu their r.econd iiiniu];s were all d:.s ^osed of for 18S. Faiglaud won by 213 runs. Trmiiper was unable to play. At the conclusion of the match Bosauquet and Jackson were accorded a demonstration. The former took ei^ht wickets.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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