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Yarralumla Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

: Yarralumla Cricket Match. THE annual cricket match between Mr. F. Campbell's Yarralumla team and Mr. A. .H. Garraway's Queanbeyan team was played on the Yarralumla homestead wicket on New Year's Day, resulting in a victory for the Qneanbeyan team by two wickets and 18 runs. The visitors won the toss and sent their opponents to the wicket, they compiling 57 runs, Dentin with 13 runs to his credit being the ptitncipal scorer. In their second innings Yarralumla made 8.4, Sterling Campbell contributing 27. For Queanbeyan, Dunlop and Atkinson were the chief contributors, making 45 and 36 res pectively. Time prohibited the conclusion of the play. Mr. F. Campbell, with his usunL hospitality, provided a sumptnous dinner for the visitors ; and in the afternoon a number of ladies were entertained at afternoon tea. Following are the scores : MR. F. CAMPBELL'S TEA..--lt Innings. S. Shumack b Jeffreys ....................... 7 F. Campbell run out .......................... 5 G Shumack b Jeffre...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. WORK FOR THE WOMEN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Open Column. WORK FOR THE WOMEN. TO THE IDTOIR. Si :--The women electors of the State rendered excellent service to the cause of Liberalism and progress during the recent Federal elections, showing in the most convincing manner their desire to excuse the franchise Commonwealth, but they must permit me to remind then, that the interests of the State also demand their earnest attention. There is every probability of an early dissolution, and if we are to have a more conscientious and capable government than that now at the head of affairs, every support must be given to the Liberal Reform mocvement, which under the leaderships of Mr J. H. Carrntners, is rapidly, gaining ground throughout the Country. But popularity without organisation is worse than useless. Every township, every district, should have its own committee, the principal work of the members being to ascertain that the name of every woman favourable to the cause of Liberal'is on the electoral roll, and that the vote of eac...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1904. -o (By A. Lansdowne, Secdcmnn, Goulburn.) THE soil is sufficiently moist for cropping, and large areas of winter fodder plants should be sown at once. Good supplies of fodder roots and green fooed will prove valuable and superior to hay, etc., for feeding, especially for dairy purposes. Mangels and Swedes should be largely sown, also IHungarian millet, which is grand for hay or green feed and also for ensilage, mixed with green corn or sorghum. A bag of No. 2 or 3 Shirley's manure to an acre will greatly stimulate green crops. It is no use to try to grow crops without feeding them. If the land is good run the scarifi r deeply over it after taking off Ihay, etc., and sow millet or some seed, and there will be a good return. We again urge sowing in rows to admit of thinning and cultivation between crops. The weather will remain stormy and unsettled Plenty of rain is likely, some strong winds, and great heat, but a good deal of cool sea bree...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Withdrawal from Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Withdrawal from Federation. A MEETINO to consider" the withdrawal from the Viotorisn federation " was held in the Sydney School of Arts on Wednesday even. uing. About 300 persons attended, and Mr. D. Hogath presided. The meeting was at times noisy, and there was a good deal of interruption, although the remarks of the speakers were generally loudly applauded. Mr. John Haynes, the principal speaker, said the fight which was or:ginated that night was going to last till they were . victorious. He moved the following resolution, which was a requisition to the Right Honourablo the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Alderman S. E. Lees :-" Sir,- We, the citizons of Sydney in public meeting assembled, being desirous of approaching the state parliament in the matter of r forendum on tie question of a withdrawal from the federation, beg to request that you will in your official capacity convene a meeting of the citizens in the Town Hall for the purpose of a public demonstra. tion to that end. We respectf...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Second Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Second Test Match. Tns second test match was `opened on the Melbourne Oricket Ground last Friday. The wicket is in'bad o0.der, and play was delayei through the rain. Following. are the scores until the stumps were" drawn yesterday evening.: ENGLAND-First Innings. Warner,- 9 Duff, b Trumble ............ 68 Hayward, o -Gregory, b Hopkins .. 58 Tyldesley, a Trumble, b Howell .. 97 Fdster, not out (indisposed) ........ 49 Brand, a IHowell, b Trumble......... 20 Knight, b Bos ell ,................... 2 Hirst, c Noble. b Howell ........... 7 Rhodes, lbw, b Trumble 2........... 2 Lilley, c Howell, .b Trumble ....... 4 Relf, not out ........., ...... .. 3 Fielder; b Howell ..:................. 1 Sundries ..... ....., ...... 4 AuTRALIA I- ir-st in?gs, -'rumper, a Tyldesley, b Rhodes ... 74 Duft, st. Lilley,; b Rhodes.,-...... . 10 Hill, a Rhodes, b Hirst . :.::.r....... 5 Noble, oa Strudwiok (sub), ,kb Rhodes 0 -Gregory, c Hirst b Rhodes ........ 1 Hopkins, o Strudwiok, b Relf ......... 18 T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Condition is a very serious matter in Cut Tobaccos. We often see good leaf spoilt through being packed in tins that are not air. tight. Cut Tobacco should open up in perfect condition, ready for the pipe, neither too dry nor too moist. ANKEE Tobacco bOODLE is packed in Patent Air.Tight Tins, and is positively guaranteed to open up fresh and 'sweet. It is also sold in Plugs - Dark and Bright-and to those who prefer a Mixture, we can honestly say that no better Mixture is sold than " Y.D." Mixture. Ask youear Tobacconist. ,MASCOTTE TOBACCO. Th Distribution of STERLING SILVER KEYLESS WATOCHES in return for 100 MASCOTTE TAGS has proved a Great Success. This plan" will soon be discontinued, therefore send in yon Tags to avoid disappointment. A SILVER WATOH IN RETURN FOR 100 MASCOTTE. TAGS. BOOMERANG BRANDY. A NOURISHING and BENEFICIAL STIMULANT, Obtainable from all Wine and Spirit Merchants and Hotels. *•ji . IN BOTTLES, PhASKS AND HALF-FLASKS. .BOOMERANG WHISKY IS.'DISTILLED UNDER THE S...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Local and General. T?E Japs seem to be anxious for war. NEGOTIATIONS are being made for the put' chase of the Valley rmine. ANN.AL meeting Queanbeyan District Hospital on Friday afternoon. THE maize and potato crops will benefit considerably by the recen rain. HARVESTING is almost completed in the Riverina. The yield is excellent. ANOTHER marriage to be solemnised to morrow in the Presbyterian Church. ON Saturday and Sunday 3 inches of rain were registered at Mr. Kilby's, Hall. THE Annual Church of England Sunday School Picnic will be hold in the Vicarage Grounds to-morrow afternoon. THE monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U will be held in the Protestant Hall on Thurs day next at 3. p.m. Ma AUSTIN CHAPMAN spent his Christmas holidays in Binidwood, and- returned to Melbourne on Saturday. SvuscRInz to the AGe ; a new story begins with this issue. Town subscribers 2/2, and country 2/6 per quarter, in adiance. REPORTS from various parts of the district say that the wheat crops are slightly...

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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED ueanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1904. EASTERN ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

WITH WHICH ARE INOOnPORATiD ueanboyan Times, Bungendora Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. TUESD AY, J INUARY 5, 1904. EASTERN ASIA. - THE situation in the far east of the old wvorld is of a kind'highly conducive to. the nation of wild war rumours. Russia is a v•eterin figh?er stWdily pushing his flag further afield, and ravenous for more territory. Moreover she has lately increased the strength of her fleets to such an extent,. that from naval ob. scurity she has grown inito:afirst class marl tine power. It is not to be wondered at if the more ambitious of'her statesmen display ill.disguised desire to try the strength of their great fleet which. has consumed so many millions of public money. Japan, also is a young maritine power, and she is flushed with the pride on a. short and decisive victory against the most populous empire iithe world. Apart from that successful affair internal war fare has shown her men to be almost as much at home at sea as are the the British sailors. Pluck strat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

TO be let by TENDER THE FARM .1. situated at Round Hill 12O sores, 60 acres ocultivation, all well, grassed and watered, divided into three paddocks. Comn fortable Four-roomed Cottage, Kitchen, Dairy land Storeroom. Tenders addressed to the undersegned will be received up to 16TS ANUARY, 1904. " For particulats apply, GEORGE N. MORTON, 4//'04 - Queanbeyan. t.Agents for the QueanbeyaLn - Age. - -Thebest way to commence the New Year. SUBSItlIBE TO THRE. AGIE 1W Out this out, sign it, and send it to the Office. To the Proprietors of the Queanbegan Age. Pinase put my name on your Substcription List and send me `te Paper accordingly. Date ADVANOCE 8UBSORIPTION.-.s 2d Tosn; Ss od Countsy, per quarter. Anthony. Horden's . Famous Low Prices ARE BEST FOR YOU. ;They produce more for any given suam than any other prices, and th3 goods they ripre sent are sure to give satisfaction In dealing with us, ? COUNTRY PEOPLE i. enjoy the same advantages as townresi dents. customers ordering by post bei...

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Terrible Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Terrible Fire. A T'trmmnirt. catastrophe is reported from Obicago, A fire occurred inu the Iroquois Theatre during the performance of " Blue Beard," and more than 600 persons .perish-. ed. A panic took place, ard the exits were speedily blocked. Tile oonpants of the first gallery were caught in a trap,'and sorre'of them were burnt to cinders. A'- number of persons jumped from thl balcony to the stalls, only to be burnt to 'death. Many. others fainted in the passages, and were trampled to death. The greatest loss of life was at the foot of the stairways leading down from tie upper balconies, the, bodies being piled 12ft. deep. The prinoiphl actora escaped, but many of the chorus girls are missing. It was with the chorus. that the panic originated. Costing £210,000, the theatre was a inignificieott struolure, model. led on the 'plan of the Opera Crmiqne in Paris, and was only opened in November last. So far 564 bodies have been recovered, and there are 157 injured, a third of- whom ar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bungendore Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. PATRON—Nat Powell, Esq; President—P. H. Osborne, Esq; Vice-Presidents—D'Arey Osborne, D. Leaby, W. D. Gordon, A. H. Hanford, T. Sparrow, A. M. Millard. T. Shanahan, C. Ross, J. J. Kelly, J. Seage, J. J. McJannett, T. Flanagan, Esqs; Judge — W. F. Rutledge, Esq.; Chairman —j. Chinnery, Esq.; Clerk of Scales—W. Ryan, Esq; Clerk of Course—J. W. Ward, Esq; Committee—J. Chinnery, M. H. Doyle, J. McGrath, W. Ryan, J. Seage, G. Gale, p. J. Byrne, G. Winter, J. W. Ward, J. J. Donnerly, Esqs; Handicappers—J. Chinnery, J. McGrath, and P. J. Byrne, Esqs. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Bangendore Jockey Club. ? ?..---- - r ANNUAL RACE 1IEETING. PATRON-Nat Powell, Esq; President-P. H. Osborne, Esq ; Vice-Presidents D'Arcy Ohorne, I1. Leahy, W. D. Gordon, A. Ii. IIaufoid, T. Sparrow, A. M. Millard, T. Shanahan, C. Ross, J. J. Kelly, J. Seago, J. J. McJannett, T. Flanagan, Esqs; Judge - W. F. Ratledgo, Esq. ; Chairman -J. Chin nery, Esq.; Clerk of Scalcs--tV Ryan, Esq; Clerk of Course-J. W. Ward, Esq ; .Committee-J. Chinnery, M. H. Doyle, J. McGrath, XV. Ryan, J. Seage, G. Gale, P. J. Byrne, G. Winter, J. W. Ward, J. J. Donnelly, Esqe; Handi cappers-J. Chinnery, J, McGrath, and P. J. Byrne, Faqs. TnE annual race meeting of the now popular Bungendore Jockey Club took place on New Year's day and proved one of the most successful meetings the Club has held. The attendance was large, visitors from Goul born, Crook wtll, Braid wood, Captain's Flat, Queanbeyan, and other neighbouring places being present. The lion. Austin Chapman, who was spendin_ Christmas at Braidwood, w...

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The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

TIle Hous e oi tI-n )urles9 side. CHAPTER 1. GOOD gracious, Bab' Why 3ou're grown up! What on earth am I to do with you ?' This was the grectinn of Hubert Hayle to his pretty half-si.ter Barbara when be met her at Charing Cro s Staticun one evening in June, 1896, on her re:urn from a school in Paris where she had been finishing her education. To tell the truth, the ' finishing' had been already unnecessarily protracted, and it was only the fact that she had grown attached to her teachers, and that she really had no home in pa ticular to go to, which had kept her in Paris for the past year. For Bar bara was nineteen, and wore her dresses long, and her hair ' up.' In fact, she was a woman. She laughed heartily at the dismay on her halt-bro' her's face. ' Why, what did you expect ? I'm nine teen, and I couldn't stay at school forever. Yoa ought to have lbein prepared for my growing up, Bertic. I thought you'd have some plan for disposing of me. I don't want to go and live with James an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Playing With Edged Tools. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

Playing With Edged Tools. PEOPLE who will" play with edged tools," a the saying goes, must abide by the conse quences ; but the consequences will not be dire if Zam-Buk is promptly applied, as wit ness the case of Mr. E. A. Greive, an engi neer, of 500 Wattle St., Sydney. This gentle man says :-" I out my hand while working at my trade, and allowed the dirt to enter the wound, with th e result that blood-poison ing set in. Poulticing proved of no avail and, hearing of your Zam-fuk Ointment, I, decided to apply it. One pot was sufficient no effect a perfect cure, and I therefore'lhave to hesitation in recommending it to fellow sufferers." Zam-Buk, the Great Herbal Healing Balm, is a speedy cure for piles, ringworm, eoema, boils, running sores, sore legs, barooo, rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc. As an embrocation for strained muscles and tendons, Zam-Buk is unequalled. As a household balm for cuts, burns, bruise s, pimples, sunburn, freckles, prickly heat, blackheads and rough skin; Zam-Bu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Capital Site. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

The Capital Site.   Mr. J. C. Watson, leader, of the Federal labor party, in an interview last Thursday with a city pressman, said the first business to be considered when Parliament met would be the Conciliation and Arbitration Bill, and there was likely to be trouble for Mr Deakin was against the inclusion of State Govern- ment servants whereas the labor party would demand its inclusion. In speaking of the Capital Site he thought a reasonable time should be given for consideration, and that the questions of site should be con sidered open again, and any new sites would be considered that were introduced. He was determined to force the matter at an early date. Personally, he favoured Tumut at present, and was hopeful that the question would be decided during the firsf session. A boy named Preston was drowned at     Watson's Bay on Friday whilst fishing,   While reading in bed at Melbourne, James Watson Oakes, aged 14, fell asleep ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Storyteller. Hilary and Vivian. CHAPTER XXVIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

The Storyteller. Hilary and Yivian. -0 CHAPTER XXVIII.-CoNTINr aD. 'I do not care for grandeur or riches at all,' replied Hilary earnestly ; ' they only weary and oppress me. My great fear is that I may shadow your life in any way and be a bur den instead of a help.' 'I will nob allow any shadows in our life, and you are to have no fears,' be declared; ' I absolutely forbid them I No, no Hilary ; you are to let me take all Ite burdens-that is part of our bargain-and this busy little head and anxious little heart are to find some rest at last. But you will come ? Everything is ready and waiting for you. , And you will not stipulate for a lengthened engagement P We know each other well enough to begin the journey or life together, do we not ?' ' Ask Mr. Carrington; he will know,' re plied Hilary in some confusion. Her lover's baste startled her, and yetin the old wide world ehe could find home nowhere but with him. Sir Michaol Willoughby had been kind beyond anything she had ever imag...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 January 1904

A. W. MORIARTY.] [E. G. ATKINSON. A. W. Moriarty & Co Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND- General Commission Agents, MONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. MARKET SALES WEEKLY at Land   AT BUNGENDORE MONTHLY. Early entries invited. Fnrnlt'u olo Sales as   arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stock and consigning. ligniug we 1. Thomas Maxwell, AGENT AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION Monaro-Street, Queanbeyan. Sales conducted in any part of the District. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after   Sale through Mr. T E. Woodger, Monaro street, Queabeyan. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED   R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON, Next Hungerford's Hotel, MONARO STREET   Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE, and FREESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBINGS,   and IRON RAILINGS. charge. Modederate.           Old Work Renova...

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Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 January 1904

Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1904. -o (By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, Goulburn.) THE soil is sufficiently moist for cropping, and large areas of winter fodder plants should bo sown at once. Good supplies of fodder roots and green feed will prove valuable and superior to hay, etc., for locdi,.g, especially for dairy purposes. Mangels and Swedes should be largely sown, also Hungarian millet, which is grand for hay or green feed and also for ensilage, mixed with green corn or sorghum. A bag of No. 2 or 3 Shirley's manure to an acre will greatly stimulate green crops. It is no use to try to grow ,rope without feeding them. If the land is good run the scarifi.r deeply over it after taking off I,ay, etc., and sow millet or some seed, and there will be a good return. We again urge sowing in rows to admit of thinning and cultivation between crops. The weather will remain stot my and unsettled Plenty of rain is likely, some strong winds, and great heat, but a good deal of cool sea. bre...

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COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 January 1904

COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION. Tna following is a copy of a letter' received from G. T. Barry, Esq. (of Messrs. Curtiss and Barry, Solicitors, 167 King Street, Sydney), acting for the assured under Policy No. 8944 for f200. 167 King Street, Sydney, Nov. 15th, 1900. The Secretary " olo'pial Mutual ,ife Asegn. loc. Titd , 105 Pitt Street, Sydney. DEAR Sm,--Will you please accept my thank' for the generous manner In which your Society kept alive the policy of J. Barry, No. 8944, dated the 6th April 1878 up to 1894. The last payment made by the Meriber was on the 13th May 1887 renewing the Assurance up to the 6th October, 1887 so that the Society sustained the Policy in force from the 6th Ontober, 1887 up to the 26th day of December 1894, and then paid the claim on the 5th October, 1900. An action of this character requires more than passing recognition, more especially as you had previously advertised for the member, he having lpft the Pietrict' in which tlie'olicy was e'Yeated and ...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 January 1904

Epitome of News. SIGNOR TRnDA, the well-known violinist died at Brisbane on Tuesday. Four hundred Canadians who nerved in South Africa have offered their se; vices to Japan. 'l he Rev. J. A. Dowio has the idea of pur chasing an island either near America or Australia, with a view to ta-isferring Zion City thither. It is semi-officially stated in St. Petersburg that Russia's reply to Japan is neither" Yes " nor " No," but contains reasoned proposals. The total value of the imports into the port of Sydney during the year just ended was £20,570,889. Exports amounted to £20,456,123. The Referendum poll now -stands as follows :-For 90 members, 205,804 ; for 100, 13,305 ; for 125, 63,149. Miss Ada Crossley hopes to return to Australia-the home of her heart, she call it- in three or four years' time. Breadstuffs ruled firm in Sydney onTues. day, with an upward tendency, owing to the war rumours. With the exception of the Barrier, which declared in favor of the present number of members, th...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 January 1904

HI.LPTETR It. The horror Barbara felt at the o.t2es ?ie overwhelmed, for a time, all cther thoughts. It was not until Hubert himself, pile as the dead, haggard and almost inarticulate, rush ed into the room later confirming the awful news, that it suddenly dawned upon her that the disaster which had. killed one brother and wiped out his family had brought for tune and happiness within the reach of the other. A few days later however everything be name clear. James had been drowned with his wife and his two sons, and his brother was now Sir Hubert Hayle of Hayle Sands, with an income of some three thousand a year. The circumstnnoos however in which he oame into the property had oast such a gloom upon their spirits that it was in a state of the greatest depression that Hubert and his half sister paid their first visit to the old home some weeks lrter, when the body of James himself had been recovered and inter-, reod in the churchyard at Hayle. The house iftelf, Haylb Sands, was three...

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