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The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
The Storyteller. 'l ie Houge or tie ýSutleg Side. CHAPTER VI.-OONTINUIRD. She looked out, but, beyond a slight movement among the shrubs in the border, could coe nothing. She wondered whether one of the dogs had got loose. After a little interval she fancied that she heard a noise again in the direction of the portico. Then she was quite certain that she heard footsteps crossing the wide landing outside her door and going down the staircase. She opened her door softly and looked&lt; ont. It was completely dark on the landinig, and thousands of footsteps had ceased, and Bab was about to return to her room, wondering whether she had been the victim of a nervous fancy, when she became conoione that there were whispering going on somewhere not very far off. A whisper in the dark without the know. ledge whence it came, gave the listener a very unpleasant chi I. Barbara was so much startled indeed that, by an involuntary movement, she pulled the handle of her own door, causing it ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
General Debilitation. A PERFECT RESUSCITATION. The Case of Mrs. A. HANItAM. (wor Till "TIMeS.") It is an indisputable fact that if sensible measures are taken in time many of the evils to which we are subject can hoe cvoau t.r. acted. Conclusive proof of this is fur nished by Mrs. Ada IHanuam, of Ci.lra Ih street, North Parramnatta, whro, o, Iaci interrogated by our reporter, r, plio I : "If I had not'nadlpted hlie r.u a Ir sa I did, I fear to think what might have IhI)hp. peuned, for I was juat iu that w,,k ,ai, lt tion which materially helps all sa ts t t diseases to lay huol of people. It ib. tht i there is no vitality in the body to assist its warding off the parevailirlr erlrdemu;cue thart the lives of the feeble are lost, natd fu,r that reason alone-quite indepeandeut of the misery attached to leing si:lc firim day to dpy- it is 'a highly important matter to keep up one's estreng.t 1." "But some folks considler lhat yo, can not always do that," ean l the uir ' 'er. "Ah I but I...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
Rifle Shooting.. THS first match for the Woodger Trophy was shot off at the butts on- Wednesday afternoon under a code of rules recently adopted by the Inveiell Club. In brief they are as follows : - No competitor, has any fixed start, but for an outer two points are added to the total: one for each additional quter ; one for each magpie, should the score be made' off the rifle for each magpie, or less three more points- are awarded at each range, On Wednesday the shooting waq at 400 and 500 yardsi the scores being as follows :-- A. Gibbs :44, J. Beatty 36, Hugerford 58, Feagan 63, A. Blewitt 46, H. Beatty 50, A Fallick 53, Lesmond 54, Ward 60, Earnshaw 54, Gibbs 23, R. Fallick 41. The next shooting. will take place to morrow afternoon. WAR is apparently drawing nearer and gearer. THE Cricketers' Arms Hotel, at Ginin derra, is advertised for sale. - Mit. G. E. SnaumAcx, of Weetangera,.has brought to our office a sample of tomatoes grown in his garden, each of which measures 13 inche...
The Municipal Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
The Municipal Stakes. [Br VEDETTE.] THE Municipal Stakes this year gives pro mise of furnishing an exciting contest, not for first place, as it is an easy task to select the candidate who will have the honour of topping the poll. Take the favourite (Dr. Blackall's representative) away, and we have three competitors left and- these to my mind will make an interesting contest for second and third places respectively. Two of these candidates are old and tried per- 1 formers and the third, Mr. A. 0. McPherson's representative, will for the first time make t his appearance on the Municipal track. 1 Privately this colt has shown his admirers t some excellent work, but in public very 1 little (beyond that he is a straight and popular candidate) is known of him. Yet he has the makings of a good and solid representative, and if he shapes in public as well as he has done privately, his party have great expectations of his success. On nomination day only two candidates put in an appearance. Th...
Meteorological. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
:1e teorologleal. T?E records at No. 2 Observatory Station, Queanbeyan, fiom ,the lst January instant are as follows : Readings for week-ended January 20. S'Barometer-28.6, : 28.8,- 28.7, 28.6, 28.5, 28.8,28 9. . Thermometer-Maximum readings: 79, 78, 87, 82, 88, 66, 73. Minimum readings, 52, b65, 58, 57, 46, 36, 46. Rain.--1 day, 0 inch 21 point. For week ended February 5th. Barometer-28.7, 29, 28.9, 28.8, 28.7, 28.8, 28.7 . - Thermometer-Maximu'n readings : 80, 73, 78, 82, 89, 84,71 ; Minimum readings, 40, 48, 52, 53, 58, 55, 54. Rain-Nil.
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
Epitome Of News. TaTH University Press at Oxford has appli ances for printing in no fewer than 150 diff eretlt languages. No member of the British Royal Family in the direct line can legally marry without the consent of the Crown. A haul of between 150 and 200 schnapper was made by a party of fishermen off Kiamrs a day or two ago. Eighteen thousand bags of wheat were received by the railway authorities at D trling Harbour on Tuesday. The labour party in Western Australia has decided to contest 21 seats in the State elections. Heavy rains have fallen in the costal dis triots between Cairns and Townsville, Queens. land. Sir George Clarke has resigned the Gov ernorship of Victoria, aud Sir Reginald Tal. bet has been appointed to the vacancy. The Inverell Land Board has reported favorably on the proposal to purchase the Myall Creek Estate for closer settlement. The body of an old man who had commit ted suicide by outting his throat has been found at the back of the Pier Hotel, Botany. T...
Garden and Field Calendar for February. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
Garden aind Field Calendar for February. 1904 (By A. Lansdowne, Beeden?an, Goutlburn.) Tas season is eminently favourable to grow. ers, and there should ho abundant yield, where ordinary care has boon taken. Large areas of crops for winter and spring. should be sown. -All dairymen can provide abun dance of fodder by sowing at or.ce sorghum, Eungarian millet, rape, etc. Rale is also splendid for green manure. Let all soil be deeply worked, suitable manure added, and sow in drills to allow of proper cultivation and thinning. Do not crowd the' plants. Indications are for continnad stormy, un settled weather, with plenty of rain. Flood rains are very probable, hot at times, and: rough winds, hut still much cool seabreeze and great variation in temperature. Field.-Sow at once sorghum, Hunngarian millet, planter's fries1, amber cane, buok. wheat; any time-rape, Cape barley, tares or vetches, oats, lucerne, cabbage, etc; top off pumpkins, corn, etc ;dig andstore pot tatoes as they ripen-ne...
Cancellation of Mining Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
Caincellation of lIiing Leases. NOTICE is given in the Gazotte that it is proposed to cancel the undermentioned leases and that notice of oanoellation thereof will be published in the " Gazette" of 9th Feb rna*y, 1904 Theland will after that date unless hold under some other title, be avail. able for oconpation, in terms of the " Mining on Private Lands Act of 1904 " and the Aots anmending such Act. Portions 1, 5, 9, 10, in the county of M'urray, and parish of Jeir, of an area of 20 aores each, and held by G. H. Johrison, and another; Nos. 2 and 3, county of Murray and parish of Bod lluok, of an area of 20 acres each, and held by G. H. Johnson and others.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
A PREFERENTIAL - MATTER. Fills the (Customs) Bill of who believe in quality first and foremost. When this is the case Yankee Doodle OR IN PLUGS or AIR-TIGHT TINS "Y D' MIXTURE. DARK or BRIGHT. is preferred to all others. MIASCOTTE TOBACCO. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. A New Scheme of Awards will Shortly be Published. SAVE YOUR MASCOTTE TAGS The Reward of a Silver Watch in return fori 100 Tags, will be discontinued on March 1, and all who desire to participate in such distribution must send them in before .that date, otherwise they will not be recognised. BOOMERANG BRANDY. "The Rliesident Medical Officer'of a largo Colonial Hospital writes :-Oar ratients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a very Nourishing and Beneficial Stimulant." WELCOMIE NUGGET TOBACCO THE: BEST AMERICA PRODUCES . Obtainable in Plugs, and Out in 2.az. and 4-oz. Tins,. ,.,e .---- __e th. ..: .... nol . . .. . . _ :_.. ? =?
BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
BUNGENDORE (From .a Correspo'ident), MASTEn T. COTUoLAN has received an ap pointment as pupil teacher in the Public Sohool at Albion-street, Sydney. He has been very successful in' his recent examina tions. The funeral of the late Miss Margaret Hatch, the death of whom was reported in your. last issue, took plahoce in the Roman Catholic portion of the Bungendore cemetery last Sunday afternoon, and was attended by at least 700 persons, The services were per formed by the Rev. Father Birch, and in conclusion he addressed a few well-ochosen words regarding the good exemplary lif.e led by the deceased young woman, and the sad affliotion it had wrought to her bereft rela tives. 'Numerous'messages of sympathy were received by the sorrowing parents, and the grave was completely coverad with floral tributes. - Such deep and sincere expressions of regret. were not evinced as a Bungendore funeral for many years. SOn Thursday :last an old resident, Mr.: Henry Hyles, late of Bywong, died at the...
CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
CHA'TER VII. IT seemed probable that, after the enoounter that night in the hall, the two ladies brought together in such strange circumstances at Hayle Sands, would feel some constraint on both sides. Indeed Barbarba, when she came doi n to breakfast the next morning, greeted Luoette -who was already bustling about the place with a basket of keys on her arm-with a markedly frigid inclination of the head. Bnt the Frenchwoman was not so easily put out of countenence. Advancing towards the girl with one of those mechanical smiles which Barbara was no longer inclined 'to consider charming, she put the tips of her fingers lightly upon her shoulders, and said, with her head on one side ' Well you are still angry wid me for' de little fib I told you last night-n'eat-ce pas?' Barbara stammered, and blushed, and tried to escape; but Lucette, the strength of whose grip she had reason to know, held her fast. ' You vill not believe it was de cats made me come down in de night-eh ? Well, if you...
Bungendore Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
Bungendore Land Board. A meeting of the Bungendore Land Board for the Land District of Queanbeyan, will be held in the Court House at Bungendore on the 25th February at 10 o'clock, when the following cases will be considered : Conditional Lease for Confirmation E. W. Kershaw, 110½ a c 1 Inquiries with a view to issue of Certificate. M. A. J. Murphy, 55a 2r 10p h a Michael Nash, 199a h e Henry M. Murphy, 177¼ a h W. Winter, 206½ a h a John Chinnery, jnr., 207¾ a h a Inquiry Sec 1 sub-sec 6, as to fulfilment of rendition of residence under Appraisement Act 1899 Charlotte R. Massey Jas. W. Schofield Application for appraisement of capital value Geo. Hopkins, 79a 1r 30p Sarah A. Cronan, 330a Ed. Golding, sen., 732½ a G. W. Daniels, 40a L. R. Dyer, 1280a O. W. Harrison, 480a Ed. Cunningham, 290a Margaret O'Keeffe, 280a W. F. Rutledge, 2,390¼a R. Sheridan, 266a F. A. Powell, 140a, 1523a, 320a Land District of Braidwood :-Following case &nbsp; in the Land District of Braidwood will...
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7. Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
onywtCH ssurovIý=** bNIsAY, FE'nuaY 7. £hurch of yngla?d Queanbeyan--1 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Burra-3 30 p.m. Rev. W. M. WHITE, Minuiter. Canberra--l sam. Gundaroo-3 30 p.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Cathoio- Queanbeyan-Ma8s 8.30 and 11 a.m. devo tiona 7.30 p.m. REV. I. COLLENDER, Pries. Presbyterian Queanbeyan--Fellowship Associatiou, 10 a.m. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Bnngendore-3 p.m. REV. W. M. SMITH, B.A., Minister-in.Charge.
Local and General. MUNICIPAL Election day to-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
Local and General. MucICIPAL Election day to-morrow. WHEAT is realising from 2/10 to 2/11 in 1 Sydney. THE Hospital committee meeting was be ing proceeded with when we went to press. ALL Land and Income Tax returns should t roach the Offio- or Taxation Department by t to-morrow. THE first series of the London wool sales a closed on Monday with prices extremely strong. - Ar old resident of Gandaroo says the country round that district never looked better. Exosaous quantities of wheat have been I injured in New South Wales and Victoria by untimely rains. IT is proposed to establish a public school at Duntroon, in lieu of the existing provis ional school. MEssBR. WOODGERa Bos , desire us to draw the attention of the public to their change of advertisement in this issue. TnE Council meeting lapsed la-t night for want of a quorum. They are awaiting the incoming Government I WooDoxa RAND PARTY report having pro. cured 2.ozs. of gold from their claim at Spring Range during the week. Tnuar ...
WILLIAMSDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
WILLIAM SDA LE. (From Our Corresoondont ) THunas in general out in this part are quiet but still every body sebms happy, so well they might as at present everything ie flourishing. Every home has its oroaard full of ,fruit, vegetable gardens area pleasure tolook at,and fat stock of every description is very common. As far as I can see and hear, I think there will be a great many entries from Williams dale at the forthcoming exhibition, espeoially in all kinds of fruit, preserves, jams etc., also in stock. Messrs.. R. and F. Kelly have been in our midst for the past few days with their strip per-and have done good work. They put through about 120 bushels-of wheat, besides a quantity of rye and oats for Mrs. Keeffe. The wheat is really a first class sample,- and considering the storm smitten crops that Mr Kelly had to deal with, we must speak high ly of the manager and his mahine. The " Garners " left for Mr. Commins' yesterduy, after which they will return to Michlago. : It is surpri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
SHEARING TIME i..s upo.. Do you want a good price and a quick return. for your Wool? Then send it to WINCHCOMBE, CARSON & GO., LTD., where it will b- carefully handled under the supervision of the four original partners who have achieved for this firm the reputation of THE BEST WOOL SALESMEN in Australia. WINCHOCOMBE, CARSON A CO., LTD., BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. Agent Wanted. AGENT wanted for Qucanbeyan and distriot by well-established Furniture Firm. Cash orterma. Reference and details to . AGENT, O/o Gordon &0 Gotoý, Sydney.. MUNICIPAL ELECTION To the Ratepayers. LADIES and GENTLEMEN IN response to a Requisition I have deci ded to become a Candidate for the position of A!derman in the Borough of Queaibeyan in the approaching Municipal Election. If elected I will do my best to serve the interests of all classes. A..O. McPherson. ý q§,La's PaeSs *' woN ev. Agents for the Queanbeyan - Age. - N EW BBUTCHERY. B EGI" to inform the Public of Qaeanbeyan that he will openhbis...
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
War News. LoNDox, February 1, 3.10 p.m.-Altogether Japan has ordered 7,000,0001b of American mess corned beef and Russia 6,000,0001b. The Russian newspapers declare that Japan demands 72,000,000 roubles (about £7,612,000) as compensatio l for war ex penses, and ridicule the demand as '" the childish simplicity of a savage nation." The Porte has informed Austria and Russia that Bulgaria has ordered from Paris 100,000,000 cartridges and much smokeless powder. A revival of the Macedonian revolt is cer tain directly the snows are melted, as the people are dlsregrading the appeals of the Consuls of the foreign Powers to await the promised reforms. Both of the Macedonian committees con sider that Bulgaria is bound to take the field, and both committies have sent emiss aries to the chief European capital to secure funds. LONDono, February 2, 3.30 p.m.-Parlia ment was opened by the King in person to day. His Majesty was accompanied by Queen Alexandra, and the scene was one of much salendonr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
A. W. Monxarr.] [E. U. Armnsox. A. W. Moriarty & Co. Auotioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND - :Geoeral Commission Agents, -'.ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARSEr BALES WEEKLY at Land Yards. AT BUNGENDORE. 'MONTHLY: Early entries invited. Furniture Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attentlon to Trucking Fat Stock and consigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAl: COMMISION Moncaro-Street, Quecnbeyan. Sales conducted in any pert of the District. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. WOODGax, Monaro, street, Queanbeyan. J° CORRESPONDENCE INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON, Next Hungerford's Hotel, .3MONARO-8.TREET. Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE FREESTONE MONUMENTS, . ERBIN Gs, and IRON RAILINGS., Charges Moderate. . ='- - old WorkRenovated. ý'"" "- --'"-" hInscriptions Neatly Cu ALL WonK GUARANTE?D. I Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. Anthony Hordern's ': Famous Low Prices AR...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1904. Masonic Installation. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
WITH WHIoH ARE INOORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendore Mirror Captain's Flat, Miner. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1904, Masonic Iistallation. LAsT Wednesda3 there was a noticeable stir among the Freemasons cf Queanbeyan. The members of that body early-in the- af ternoon were to be seen wending their .way in full evening dress to the Lodge-room in Monaro-street. Upon inquiry we found that it was the occasion of the instaliation of the newly-elected Worshipful Master. This honour has been conferred upon Mr. William Brown of Nor6ngo, beyond .Cap. tain's Flat. In the course of the afternoon the Yarralumla carriage was seen to drive into town. Its occupants were M?r. Fred. Campbell, J.P., the Bishop of Goulburn, Dr. Barlow, and the Bishop's clerical secretary. The equipage drew up at the Masonic Hall, and the gentlemen named (all three of them apparently Masons) alighted and entered the building. Further inquiry olicited the information that the .Bishop, who is a Past Distriot Grand Chaplain of...
LAND DISTRICT OF QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 February 1904
LAND DISTRICT OF QUEANBEYAN. Inquiries by direction of the Minister for Lands as to whether part of Bungendore tem porary Common (about 150a p of Majura, c of Murray) would be cancelled and re-notified as a Travelling Stock and Camping Reserve; also as to whether there is any necessity for re taining reserve No. 38,317, p of Currandooley, and c of Murray, for commonage purposes, Land District of Queanbeyan.