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TO THE RATEPAYERS OF QUEANBEYAN. Ladies and Gentlemen [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

TO -''-?ll RATEPAYERS — OF — QUEANBEYAN. Ladies and Gentlemen, — Having been nominated as Candidate for the forthcoming Municipal Election,- I respect fully solicit your Votes on Polling Day. I have been amongst you for 20 years, and I leave you to judge as to whether you consider me worthy to fill the position I as pire to. I come before you without solicitation from any of the electors, and it will' be es teemed' by me a very ! great honor if my candidature should prove successful. I promise. to give every attention to all mat ters concerning the Munici: pality, and to dp everything in my power to further the best interests of our Borough.: -' ? Your obedient sen-ant, THOS. E. WOODGER

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BACHELOR EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

A BACHELOR EPISODE. Harold Latham eat in an aloove of the library at the Millennium Club. , He be longed to half a dozen other dubs, but whenever he delited to be alone or read or have an especially quiet chat with a friend. be always chose this particular apot. He was rather sorry to hare to send a messenger boy wirti a vote cancelling an engagement for a drive in the Park that afternoon with tbe younger HiasTueeU.- Bhe was a quiet sort of gin. one whom he had known and played witiraa s child : good-looking, though witb plain and simple tastes. In faot, ho had loosed upon her aa the girl lie would probably marry some day in the very distant future. The future would hare bees much nearer than he aappoKd had hn not met the ?other girl.' He wondered vaguely aa he sat in his cor ner how it would be in ihe part of ihe country whither ba was going. This made him think of the letterlie bad rewived the Mon day before, wbloh wa- the cause, of hit sud den departure. It-wufeom a Kill he had m...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

SHORT STOKY JOHN LATHAM. It was all over. The atmosphere of the room wss clammy. John Latham stood on one side while the lid was fistrncd. Two men bored the holes and the undertaker drovo in the screws Then the two men covered the boles with putty. The coffin was carried downstairs. ? I'll walk alone,' said John Latham to his brother. ' It's all right ; I'll be brave.' There wae tremor in the voice, but no tears. He wbb a strong man was John Latham— big, sinewy, heavy browed, heavy jawed. His look was fierce ; but to-day it wa* not quite n fierce a- usual. He walked into the village street, a wide rambling street, whure 'bo bouses were, old and ramshackle, white-wanhed and tbach covered. It had bnen raining, and there were large puddles. Tho wind swept anl whistled from ov.r the fields, and solitary leaves broke away from ragged-limbed trees and ra.-pd along the road. The villagers had drawn their blinds, but the women stood at the doors to watch tbe proiasaion. ' Aye, Dr. Latham ha...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSUMPTION. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

CONSUMPTION. 1. Consumption has well been callnd ' tbe cune of a climate' This pbra'c finds ita justification in the great prevalence of the disease, and in tho rapidity with which, when it is firmlr established in a salient's con stitution, the disease runs it» fatal course. Most ot us know perfectly the rourss of a case of ooulumplion, and a very sad recital It ir at the best. The pa-ient begins to grow weak and languid, and to lose fle»h. He is troubled with cough and expectoration, and the night cough and uight sweating are often BCTt troable«ctu» and exhausting;. At the disease progresses he grows more and more feeble; bs wastes away to a mere skeleton, and finally dies of sheer inanition, and because bo (e practically worn ont and worn away by tbe diseats. This is no fancy piolure of mine, alas ; but a truo talo of everyday Iito. Tlin direct osuw of con sumption is tbe infection of the patient by a distinct gorrn— tbe bacillus tuberculosis or germ, to the presence of which iu ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCIENCE. HICCOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

scraps. niccovoa. This b * very dbtraning and worrying symptom of disease : it generally results from a form of indigestion, and If related to cer. tiln food* *nd sorts of drick. la .tome per lost a tir'cul upiet may bring n 00. Dovlors 4Mcnbt a iiowugh as kalog ? sljin^n^iiy, oonrulsivo inbreathing, followed Imiutdintly by an out-breathing. It is believed to be caused by a sjiaitm of the midriff, diaphragm, or muscular partition, which separates tbi- i.tvity of the chest containing the heart and luugs from the -av- ity of the atidomen containing the stomach, liver, and in'c'tinex. Tbe fit of spasm in tbis muscle draws it dowu aud ripandu the ohexl, and so in a jerky maurer sucks air Into tho lung* through the mouth, noso, and windpipe. Then the spasm rrlnxes, and ex pitHtlon of IViB air follows The spann is a' sudden and an involuntary uiovuncct, and the desires and will do not chock Hich spasms. TLis tjnploasaot ailment is often accom panied by a pain in the front u( llae chest or...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

BRAIDW00D. [Promoiir.UxchMgcs.] - The Braidwood team which took part in the annual 6re 'brigades de monstration at Forbes, although it performed well, was not successful in any of the events. 1. ^» *!. The monthly escort left on Friday with 800 ozs 3d\vts I2grs, of which 7490ZS were sent by tSe. 'City Bank. * * * We are pleased to hear from a Gundagai exchange that the late Mr. Dobson had an assurance on his life running into four figures. * * ? ? * At a meeting of the hospital com mittee on Thursday evening, Mr. P. P. Maher, hon, secretary, re signed. It was res61ved that Mr. Vider be asked to act. Mr. R. M. Higgins was re-elected treasurer. The salary of the matron was fixed at the same rate as last -year, ^60. Dr. Llewellyn and Dr. Guthridge were re-appointed medical officers at ^30 each. . '.,: * .. * ,* Mr. J. A. Gegg, agent for the Day Dawn G.M. Co. ,'iias taken up about 23 acres, parish . Budawang, comprising the whole of the leases formerly held by thjsyqpinrjany. .^Ht. ,:? ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

GOULBURN. ? sr« ? [From our Exchanges.] Theoldest resident ofthe Wood bouselee district and probably the oldest man in Gpulbuni or surround ine districts died on Fridav from senile ?'decay. Mr. Peach had reached the great age of -99 years, aud was twice married. .. ? * .-*. -.£?'?? Mrs. Smith, wife of the station master at Wingelio, ;.4ied suddenly on Friday.at the age of -36-years. ., .? .*? ' #? * ?;?-' ?? At the. , Police Court, Francis Tully pleaded guilty to a charge of selling a: retain half of 'a railway ticket, and was ' fined ,£10 and costs. Patrick Collins, aWbmah, pleaded guilty 'to a similar charge,1 and was fined /20 with 4s iod costs. John Thomas Matthews, who pleaded not 'guilty to a similar charge, was also fined .£20 and costs. : ' In the latter case a man named William Rochford, described as a' canvasser, of 268 EHzebeth -street, Sydney, inforihed on Matthews, and appeared to - give evidence against him. . ? . ? * * * South Qoulburn . and Wingelio cricket clubs pla...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

F0R_SALE. mHREE HC5TEL BUSINESSES, on X COOMA UNB. '* Particulars on application. Auctioneer and Commission Agent, BUNGENDORH. SALE J SALE ! SALE ! Prior to STOCK-TAKING. ' ®.- . ' '. ??- .:....? Pjfy f»*|| ^++.jA i^^x* Must clear their Huge Stocks, {/ Rill /kM/l XAtl of DRAPERY, CLOTHING A W a* ? I fill Ullil 3Vll BOOTS, MILLINERY, and ♦ ^/^ ?/??? V9*?*9; ?+?*** . FANCY GOODS, ;^fore Their Annual Stock-faking. .. ,:'-i::% 5s in the £ Refunded on all Cash Purchases of £L 25 per cqnt. Discount off all Goods in tht above Departments'. Bargains Everywhere. All Lines Reduced and Marked in Plain Figures to quit our Heavy Stocks. GROCERIES AT COST DURING THE SALE !? FENCING WIRE, BARB WIRE, GALV. IRON, BUILDING ' MATERIALS, TOOLS, OILS & PAINTS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FURNITURE! ? ; ? —at LOW SALE PBICBS I J3T Accounts paid Monthly will be allowed the benefit ot our GENUINE LOW PRICES. ' -»~r 'T~V Don't Fornt our Competition for Boy'i and -Hrl». A WilCH «ach to th* BOT anA [\| |_| Q...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

C00MA. [From the Express.] 5tR. Tozer, of Adatuinabj-, cut seven tons of oaten hay from off three acres this sea son. * * * T. V. Faulkner, J. H. Wallace, ana C. Solomon were summoned fot having on the 27th January sold tobacco to John Houten, a police constable, defendants at that time not having a license. They were each fined ios, and 4s lod costs. * in * G. Eolfe, J. McDonald, J. McGralL, E. Perkins, Mrs. E. Pooley, and Mrs. M. Coffey all pleaded guilty to baring, on Uie 2;th January, sold cigars without a license. They were each fined Ios, with 4s lod costs, and 6d witness's expenses. * ' * * Edward Dodd, charged with selling a cigar to Constable Houten, pleaded not guilty. He was fined 5s, with 4s lod costs. * * * Edward Dodd, charged with Sunday selling, pleaded not guilty ,and after hear ing evidence the Bench dismissed the case. * * * The combined team of school lads from Michelago and Umeralla beat the Cooma youths at cricket on the Association oval on Saturday last. * * *...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

*in. Prune heavy luckfatters made 50s, ex* traooe, few higher, ftime heaVyfcacoaeamtfessi, cste*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

o*to*. At Monday's Homebush sales, bidding was good, and values equal to the best part of last Thursday's sale, and in some cases better. The market was decidedly dearer than at the close of last day. Best medium and lightweight beef was worth to about 23s per loolb., with heavy beef cheaper. Best bullocks made from /10, extra to £10 17s, goodftom £% s»- medium from £ 1 los. Best cows from £j j», extra to /83s, good bota £6 151, medium horn £s ios, others lower. Among the sales effected were :— ?D. «naj. L*«Hy, 32 bollocks, to £1 16s S. j. Shanahbn. Bungendoix, to bul* lockaatW4s. . ? T. &. RuUedge, Bungendore, .10 cow* to \r as, avenge t6i2».

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

Saki!$ak$i$ate$! Queanbeyan Licks the World for Saiga ^, There re always Sales :*?..,;.:. ?.-?'.' ® ? ? It's Woodger Bros.' Fault ! THEY STARTED BUSINESS, Reduced the Prices, aud collared the Bulk of the Custom of the , District, and all the others are r, ? ;. after— -— ? -them— — -' ? 'with Sales ! Sales ! Sales ! KS:. . .'. .??? ! ?'. . ? :^N3ISfei*'»??re Resolving Sales that didn't Resolve, And Dissolving Sales that didn't Dissolve, .-...::, There are-Discount aud Fancy Sales — Ne'er was the like seeu in New South Wales ! If s Woodger Bros. Fault! They Brought the Prices Down ! — ®®@- Their Absolutely Genuine CLEAEANCE SALE V OF GROCERY and Hardware IS Jl MABTEL ! Come and Buy and Save Money. — ®®&- WOODGEE BEOS. % fTmfrai Merchants and Importers, QUEANBEYAN. Everybody's Glad. ? ' ?. Youths and Men, Old and Young, ore Clad to know we're back, aud that 1 ' ' Ihey can now have a nice nobby Suit made with the CERTAINTY of a »»od Pit at » Priw that'* Buy to '-r ^ ' A Suit ful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

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TUGGRANGONG A SPLENDID CATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

TUGGRANGONG [From a Correspondent.] A SPLENDID CATCH. Mr. E. E. Hudson, manager of the Duntroou Estate, and his two sons, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Warwick, and their son Edward, made a fish ing excursion on Sunday last, to a place known as Red Rocks, on the Murrumbidgee, somewhere at the back of Wodeii. They were particu larly successful, landing be ween them 76 fish of mixed sizes. A LUCKY ESCAPE. Returning home, the fishing party met with an accident which might have resulted far more seriously than it happily did. it appears that the off wheel of Mr. Hudson's sulky came in contact with a stump hidden in the grass, and the sulky was almost overturned, and Mr. Hudson thrown clean out In his anxiety to prevent the mare from bolting, he clung to the reins until tie wheel went over both his legs, and in consequence he had to let go, leaving the boys to the mercy of the animal, which at once made off with its living freight Fortunately, Mr. Warwick was driving a little in advance, a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District News. CAPTAIN'S FLAT. CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 February 1905

I District News* ; (fJ-4iAJ.JiilXAJ.lXi.j.j.j.Xxi.i.j.xj.j.i CAPTAIN'S FLAT. (From our Correspondent 1 CYCLING. A meeting was held at Mr. J. Byrne's hotel on Saturday, 4th inst., to arrange far bicycle races^ on Easter Holiday at the Flat, and also to take sterjs to have the track widened and ninde more solid, as in its pre sent state it is only a one man's track. The handicap is going to be /'io, which should be sufficient inducement for some of the riders .around Quean beyau to come this. way. WANTED, A CULVERT. I notice that the culvert at Mrs. Harrison's, which was destroyed by fire 011 Boxing Day, still remains in its burnt condition. It is just about time that a move was made in the direction of building a new one. But. for the fact that Mrs. Harrison allows traffic to pass through her paddock, teams would not be able to travel the road while the cul vert remains in its present con dition. Probably the Treasu^ is exhausted, aud not in a position to stand the strain of expendit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 February 1905

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Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 February 1905

ngm. Prime heavy backfattera made 50s, ex tra 60s, few higher. Prime heavy baconers made 35s, extra 40s, some higher, good 33s, light 39s. Prime heavy porkers ass, extrato 27s6d good 309, small and light 15s, others loser.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 February 1905

Cattle. AtTliursIay's Homebush sales, bidding was fair, and values lower for all qualities as compared 'with previous sales. Best medium and lightweight beef was worth to about aas per ioolb., with heavy beef cheaper. Best bullocks made from /9/15, extra extra to / 10 3s, gcod from ^8 10s, me dium from £lltsl Best cows from £?; ice, extra to .£& 35, good from £6 15s, medium from £6, others loner. Among the aales effected were :— *G. Osborne, Bungendore, 4 bullocks to £?} 18s, average £7 12s gi. Kenilworth Estate, Yass, 3a bullocks to/ £f 14s, average £6 18s 7d.

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Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 February 1905

SheaD. At Thursday's Homebuth Sa!cs, a'l descriptions sold well, the market being a very dear one. Best crossbred wether? made 16/, good from 15/6, medium from 14/. Best crossbred ewes to 16/6, good from 14s 6d to 15/6, others lower. Best merino wethers to 16s 5d, few to 18/, good 15s to 16s, medium from 14s, light from 13s, others lower. Best merino ewes 13/6 to 14's 6d, extra to 16s ad, good us 6d io 12s 6d, medium from 103, interior frenj 8s 6d, others; lower Among the sales effected were :— J. McGrath, Tarago, 93 wethers at us 10 J, 5 rams at 1 is, 6 wethers 10s. Executors W. F. Gordon, Bnugendore, 247 wethers us 7d to us 8d, 52 wethers 12s 7-J. N. Powell, Bungendore, 14s wethers it 14s 3d to 14s 4d, 55 wethers 15s 9d to' 15s iod. Executors W. F. Gordon, Tarago, 26 crossbred wethers 15s 6d, 74 wethers 12s id to 12s iod. E. N. L. Gordon, Bungendore, 89 weth ers us (A to us 5d, 11 stags re. Jennings Bros., Tarago, 3 rams 10s gd. D. McKinnon, Yass, 93 wethers at 14s 81, 6 at 13s, j...

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Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 14 February 1905

?Wool_- — EricesJior'greasy' ranged up to 11 }id, scoured to 20}-d. Among the lots sold were : — GREASV. TV over Bywong, 5 bales at 10I HP over Glen Grove over Gunning, 7 bales at lo^d. H. Read over Wattle Grove, 4 bales at gVA.

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