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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 February 1904

WE HAVE JUST OPENED, All sizes in RICK, DRAY & WAGGON TA RPAU INS 14 x 16 18 x 20 16 xI8 Ox24 20 x 26. ON HAND A QUANTITY. OF Chaff 6 GrainBags. --.C, | SONS, FUNIT IIE. Our BIG CATALOGUE Illustrates over 1000 pieces of UP-TO-DATE PURNITURE and is the RECOGNISED. ". FURNITURE CATALOCUE of the State., ASK TO SEE IT! Your local Storekeeper will not only sbow it you and order, NSET INTRODUDTIOU h VISIT t us which will enable you to make a selection from our SYDNEY magnificent stock of .. HE WILL .MODERN & AT!ST-IC lpUtlfUUi R • ? ;?y?.? .. - _ .. ,.r.: ?'?.? ?,. " -=?' ?'-? ?-?, --%N 3..:T":. ,"g BOY to drive mail from Queanbeyan to Gundaroo. Apply ALLAN O'NEILL. To Sheepbreeders. T HE Gungahleen Estate is not LEASING RAMS this year, but has a number FOR SALE at reasonable pricts. E. G. ORACE. Thursday, 25th Instant, at 2 p.m. at Saleyards. 100 Prime Fat Wethers. A W. MORIARTY & Co. .Will sell by Public Auction as above CLEARANCE SALE. BY ORDER OF The Admrinistr...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUNDAROO [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 February 1904

GUNDAROO (From Our Correspondent ) A GRAND BALL, in aid of the Gundaroo Ten- nis Club, was held in the local hall on Fri- day night last, and was very well attended by the folks of the " Centre" and the sur- rounding districts. Mr. Jno. Affleck acted as M.C., and excellent music was supplied by Miss A. Booth, and Messrs. Newman, Plum, and Grosvenor. The catering was done by the lady members of the Club and was highly   appreciable. Dancing was kept up till Sat- urday morning. About £8 were taken by sale of tickets. A team of local cricketers journeyed to   Gininderra on Saturday last, and received a beating by 23 runs. On the 6th instant, at Collector our team defeated that Club by 96 runs. The mumps are slowing spreading in this town, and a good many residents are on the sick list. Mr. M. Bush, one of our townsmen, has been admitted into a Sydney hospital to un- dergo a very serious operation. We hope to soon hear of his recovery.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bungendore Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 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, 110 1/2ja c Inquiries with a view to Issue of Certificate. M. A. J. Murphy, 55a 2r 10p h s Michael Nash, 199a h s Henry M. Murphy, 177} 1/2 a h s W. Winter, 206 1/2 a h s John Chinnery, ]nr., 207 1/2 a h s Inquiry Sec sub-sec 6, as to fulfilment of condition of residence under Appraisement Act 1899 Charlotte R. Massey Jas. W. Schofield Application for appraisement of capital value-- Geo. Hopkins, 79a lr 30p Sarah A. Cronan, 330a Ed. Golding, sen., 732 1/2a G. W. Daniels, 40a L. R. Dyer, 1280a O. W. Harrison, 480a Ed. Cunningham, 290a Margaret O'Keeffe, 280a   W. F. Rutledge, 2,390 1/4a B. Sheridan, 266a F. A. Powell, 140a, 1523s, 320a Land District of Braldwood :-Following case in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUVENILE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 February 1904

JUVENILE oRIn KET. A TEAM Of juveniles journeyed to Michelago from Qaeanbeyan on Saturday to try oon. clusion against a team representing the javre riles of th .t town, resulting in a win for the visitors by 77 runs. The results are as fol lows :-Queanbeyan, first innings :-R. Wil. liams 14, L. Gil!e'p!e 6, 0. Binoksman:31, E. Land 0, R Nugent 0, B. Dudley 10, B. Falliok 8, M. Soton 2, 0. Swan 0, A. Knox 0, E. Heeger .0, Sundries 13, total 84. Miohelago, first innings :-M. Denahy 15, J. Denaby 1, A. McKenzie 1, G. Deo Salis 12, S. Kelly 2, E. Kelly i, N. Piggott 8, D. Donaby.0, A, Kelly 7, 1. Oarthew 0, A, Piggott 3, total 50, Queanbeyan, second innings --R. Williams 62, L. Gillespie 10, O. Hinokeman.5, B, Land 7, R. Nuqent 1, B. Dudley 1, B, Fallick 1, M, Seton 1, 0. Swan 1, A. Knox 1, E. Heeger 0, sundries 4, total 94. Miohelago, second innings z E. Kelly 0, A. Kelly 1, A. MoKenzie 5, M. Denaby 4, G. IYe Salis 12, J. Denahy 6, S. Keully 5, D. Donahy 0, R. Oarthew 1, N, Pig -got 6,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR OF WARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 February 1904

THE WAR OF WARS. Tzzs twentieth century must grow somewhat older before it is possible to appreciate in their true proportion the events of the nineteenth cen tury. Nevertheless, one fact at least is now abundantly clear-that the Franco-Prossian War of 1870.71 was by far the most terrific con flict of that period. It did not engage so many men as the American Civil War, nor last so long as either that struggle or the recent Boer War (prolonged into the presant century) ; but as an exh.bition of faultless military genius on the one hand, and reckless incompetence leading to national collapse on the other, its like is not to be found in the history of the world. The French, in every respct unready for war attacked the P'russians, who were perfectly pre pared fr it. On being told that the French had declared war, the Prussian Field-Marshal, Yon Moltke, said to his aide-de-camp : " Sooe ond pigeon-hole on the right, first tiet " ; and there was found the elaborate plan of campaign which...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 February 1904

A. W. MomRlRT-.] [E. G. Ar~nsoN. A. W. Moriarty & Co. .uoctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Commission Agents, 'O40HARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARY;nr SALES WEEKLY at Land Yards. AT BUNGENDOE MONTIILY. Early entries invited. Furniture Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stock end consigning wool. Thomas 'Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION S AýGFE)NT, SMonc6ro-Street, Queanbeyacn. Sales conducted in any part of the District. P/'OMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. Wo3DOmR, Monaro' street, Queanbeyan. 1W CORRESPONDENCE. INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON', . Next llungorford's Hotel, , MONARO-.TREET. Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE nd FREESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBINGS, and IRON` BAILINOS.. Charges Moderate. Old Work Renovated. Insorlpttons Neatly Cu ALL Woan GUARANTEED. 1 Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. -AnthonyHordern's Famois Low Prices ARE BEST ...

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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1904. URIARRA TROUT FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 16 February 1904

wrrTE WL lo AR INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendora Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1904. URIARRA (From a Correspondent), S TOUT . FISHING. A PARTY, composed of two gentlemeni hom Sydney, and a townsman of yours and two Queanbeyan lads have during the past few days been horsed by, Mr. `John. Blun dell over- the mountains from Uriarra' to -Brindabella for the purpose of fishing ou scientific principles for the famous rainbow trout with which the waters of the Goodra -digbee River is literally teeming. At least the three gentlemen first-named, who are said to be all expert fly-fishers, indulged in the science of casting their artificial flies over the pools and streams of the river named, while the others, it is said, didn't do so badly with the less artistio rod and line using natural grasshoppers and earth worms for their bait. Altogether, it is repor'ted they caught nearly 100 fine trout. Upwards of 80 fell capture to the artificial fly,' and the balance wer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bungendore Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

Bungendore Land Board. A aaarnca of the Bungendore Land Board for the Land District of Queaubeyan, 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 Oonfirmation E. W. Kershaw, 110ia c 1 Inquiries with a view to issue of Certilcate. M. A. J. Murphy, 55a 2r 10p h a Michael Nash, 199a h a Henry M. Murphy, 177} a h a W. Winter, 206ja h a John Chinnery, jnr., 207?a I a Inquiry Sec 1 sub-seec 6, as to fulfilment oe condition of residence under Appraisement Act 1899 Charlotte R. Masse} Jas. W. tohofeld Application for appraisement of oapiial value Geo. Hopkins, 79a ir 30p Sarah A. Cronan, 330a Ed. Golding, son., 732ja G. W. Daniels, 40a L. R. Dyer, 1280a 0. W. Harrieon,.480a Ed. Cunningham, 290a Margaret O'Keeffe, 280a W. F. Rutledge, 2,3904a R. Sheridan, 261a F. A. Powell, 140a, 1523,, 320a Land District of Braidwood :-Following case in the Land District of Braidwood, will be dealt with. E...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Garden and Field Calendar for February. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

Garden and FiKeld Calendar for February. 1904 (By A Lansdowne, SeedEman, Goulburn.) Tas season is eminently favourable to grow. ore, and there should be abundant yield, where ordinary care has been taken. Large areas of crops for winter and spring should he sown. All dairymen can provide abun dance of fodder by sowing at once sorghum, Hungarian millet, rape, etc. Rape 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. litjicatione are for continued stormy, un eittled wcather, with plenty of rain. Flood rains are very probLble, hot at times, and rough winds, but still much cool. seabreeze and great variation in temperature. - Field.-Sow at once sorghum, H'nuarian millet, planter's fritn 1, amber cane, buck. whbeat; any time-rape, Cape bnrley, tares or vbtclhes, oats, lucerne, cabbage, eto; top off pumpkins, corn, eto ; dig and store pot tatoes as they ripen-n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

- The Storyteller. 11ie BHou e on t1e $u leg fide. CHAPTER. VIITI-Oo?TrLNUED. They walked back home almost in silence, oxc, pt for Lucette's admiring comments on the place and people, especially "the dear Johnson." Hubert was in no mood for conversation. 'As for dat Waco, Ido not like him,' she said to Barbara. ' He is too inquisitive. Hoe look at one as if he was taking notes. No-no dere is only Johnson for me I' On reaching home they had scarcely entered when Sir Hubert noticed a small parcel on the hall-table. SWhat's this ?' said he. 'It's a parcel Brown brought from Hoo, sir," with the letters,' said ketton. II ubert took it up, out the string, and was undoing it, when suddenly Lucette, who had turned very white, sprang .orward, snatched it out of his hand. 'It is my parcel,' said she. , 'Why you not look what you do?' It was the first sign of ill-temper Barbara had ever seen in her, and it was ill-temper of the fiercest and most repellent kind. 'I beg your pardon,' Hubert said...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Search Stops. THE RIGHT THING HAS BEEN FOUND A QUEANBEYAN CITIZEN SHOWS THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

The Search Stops. THE RIGHT THING HAS BEEN FOUND A QUEANBEYAN OITIZEN SBHO)WS TEE WAY. Once more we are indebted to a Queanbeyan citizen for a pablic statement that throws more light on a subject ever-increasing interest. People have been deceived by false representa. tions from time immemorial. No wonder they are sceptical of all claims endorsed by strangers living in far distant parts of the Commoiwealth.. It is no longer necessary to accept such endorse ment for local citizens as giving their testimoiy, and 'tie an easy matter for any reader to in vestigate the correctness of such evidence as the following. Mrs Wallace, Crawford St., Queanbeyan, says :-" Pains in the small of my back gripped me for eight or nine years. At times I could not bend or get down on my knees with it. The pains were frightful and that is a fact. Some times they would cripple me altogether and I could not dress myself. Besides that I had terrible headaches and flushes of blood to the head. When I coughed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

CHAPTER IX. WHIEN Ketton brought Barbara her hot water on the morning after the little incident con nected with Lunetto's parcel, she cam upl to tha bedside with the words ' A letter for you, ma'am.' Barbara sprang up ip bed. She had very few correspondents, and she know from Ketton's manner that there was something of special importance about this letter. The moment she cgb ght sighb of the writing on the envelope she uttered a little cry, and her eyes met those of the old servant, which were filled with tears. ' You know who it's from, then, Ketton ?' said Barbara in a low voice, as with agitated. fingers she broke the envelope. 'Yes, ma'am. I know it!s from' -her voice sank to a wh'sper- ' her ladyship. That's why I brought it up myself. It breaks my. heart to think about her, and Sir tiubert dying for the loss' of her. I. feel sometimes, ma'am, as. if I could take his head in my arms and try to comfort him like as if he was a child. But tell me how she is, ma'am. May I stay whil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meteorological. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

Meteorological. WEEK ending Friday, February 19 :-Baro meter, 28'5, 28"8, 28"9, 28"8, 28*9, 29'0, 28 9; Thermometer, Max : 75, 78.7, 77, 80, 89, 93, 89-7. Min : 48, 46'b, 47, 53, 54, 54, 56. Rain.-2 days, 017 points. B3YoNG correspondence and other matter held over till next issue. IN a cricket match between the Quean beyan Club and a team pelected from the stores played on Wednesday, lwe latter were victorious.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Courts. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1904. (Before Mr. A. Elliott, P.M.) SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

The eourts. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1904. (Beforo MIr. A. Elliott, P.M.) SMALL DEBTS COURT. ONE case was set down for hearing in this court, but was withdrawn, having been settled outside.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Annual Races. WEIGHTS. PUBLICANS' PURSE, 15 sovs., 7 furlongs; second horse 2 sovs. from prize. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

The Annual Maces. = _.. WEIG(HTS. PUBLICANS' PURSE, 15 sovs., 7 furlongs; second -horse ; sovs. from prise. st, lb, Mr. G. Massey's b h The Palmist, 4yrs 10 5 J. O'Rourke's b g Lord Roberts 8 10 *-. W. Roche's b g Zero, Syrs ... 8 5 Thos. Sherd's b g Elmo, aged 8 7 M. Byrne's blk g Greenwell, aged 8 7 T. Pooley's blk g Boomerang, aged 7' 6 J.J. R. Baxter's br h Havana, aged 7 6 W.Ryan's b g Ballallaba, aged 7 6 Thos. Gribble's b g Glen, 4yrs 6 10 QUE.I]EYAN H4NEQICAP5 22 ssqv., distance about one mile, second horse z: sovs. from prize. st. lb. Mr. G. Massey's b h The Palmist, 4yrs 10 3 Thos: Sherd's b g Elmo, aged.- 8 5 W.-Roclie's b g Zero, 5 yrs ... 8 3 J. Q'Rtourke's b g Lord Roberts 8 8 T. Pooley's blk g Boomerang, aged 7 4 J. J. R. Baxter's b h Havanna,aged 7 4 Thos. Gribble's b g Glen, 4yrs 6 8 A PROoRAMME of the Tu.nut races is adver tised in this issue. Tnz second day of the Show has been gayetted a public holiday. Tl addition to the special prizes e?umer-, ated in the P. an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Redistribution of Seats. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

Redistribution of Seats. B BE As previously advertised, a meeting to con sider the Redistribution of Seatsa ill was tl convened in the Con,:cil Chambers on Tues. it day evenieg last. There were about 25 pro- st sent, and the Mayor (Alderman Hungerfori) d ocoipied the chair. d In his opening remarks the lMayor char- , acterised the necessity of holding this meet ing as one of the - reatest importance. They s, were there, said be, to bring forth and die- b cuss varicus resolutions of safeguard the v inrerests of the electorate, which, owing to C the reduction of membere in the State Legis lature, were at stake. We were now on the tl verge of a great alteration being effected in s the electoral boundaries of this State, and they had gathered there to make suggestions v ro the Commissioners, at present considering v this momentous question, regarding the c boundaries of the Queanbeyau electorate. We did not want our electorate divided-or t probably demolished from the electoral map -but...

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LAND DISTRICT OF QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

LAND DISTRICT OF QUEANBETAN. Inquiries by direotion of the Minister for Lands as to whether part of Bungendore tem porary Common (about 150a p of Majura, a 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 Ourrandooley, and ao of Murray, for commonage purposes, Land District of Queanbeyan. Annual Leases for Consideration. G. M. C. lassey, 1500a, 1500*, 195a. Edward Blinksell, 640a. The following applications previously set down for hearing have been withdrawn : Application for appraisement ef Capital value. W. F. Rutledge, (one block), and F. A. Powell (three blocks)

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

Municipal Council. AT the Council meeting last night there were present : Aldermen Hungerford (Mayor), Hinoksman, Collett, Pike, McPherson, and Atkinson. The Mayor briefly welcomed Alderman Me Pherson, and Alderman McPherson replied. Alderman Pike extended a hearty welcome to the newly elected Mayor. The Mayor returned thanks. Correspondence was road from the Publie Works Department, stating that the subaldy for 1903 4 was granted for the maintenance of the Goulburn.Onoma road, amounting to £40; and also £25 18s for the repair of minor roads throughout Queanbeyan, Gininderra, Urlarra, and Gudgenby. Mr. Garraway wrote complaining of the state of Cameron-road. An Alderman stated that this matter had been attended to since the letter in question was written, and that at present, the road is in fair order. The Rev. Mr. White asked permission on be half of Mrs. Cadden, to erect an outhouse on Mrs. Cadden's premises opposite the rectory. Granted. The General account showed a credit balanc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

JSK FOR a t PLUG OR CUT, In Air.tight Tins. Try "Y.D." Mixture. pT.TrIrT.r w?rO'rJxPJ. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. A New Scheme of Awards will Shortly be Published. SAVE YOUR MASCOTTE TAGS. The Reward of a Silver Watch in return for 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 Resident Medical Officer of a large Colonial Hospital writes i-Our jatients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a very. Nourishing and Beneficial Stimulant." WE.LCOMER NUGGET TOBACCO T-HE BEST AMERICA PRODUCES Obtainable in Plugs, and Cut in 2-oz. and 4.oz. Tins. . . nnnm m - nnn unmin m nu Notice. W E the Undereigned agree to OLOE3 OUR STORES at 7.30 p.m. on SATURDAY NEXT, 20TS FEBRUARY. P. C. Hill & Son A. M. Hincksman Hayes & Russell Thos. E. Woodger TMrst4icy, 25t1& Fifst&lz.A . A...

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Pastures Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904

Pastures Protection Board. A MEETING of the above Board was held at the Court House at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. There were present :-Messrs. F. Rutledge (chairman), MoKeabni-, R. Moore, J. Cunningham, N. Powell, J. M. McIntosh, and the Inspector (Mr. Turner,) An apology was read from Mr. McCarthy for his non-attendance. The audited balance-sheet for the year 1903 was submitted to the meeting, read, and adopted. Full particulars of same may be seen in our advertising columns. A compiled list of the stock returns re ceived to date was read, and showed that there were the following numbers of rateable stock : - Horses, 2705 ; cattle, 14,190; sheep, 445,032. These numbers of stock are comprised within 341 holdings. After a consideration regarding the rate to be struck, it was decided to levy tId per head on large stock, and 3s 6d per hundred on sheep, which amount should be paid to the Secretary, at Queanbeyan, on or before the 31st March next. Mr. J. H. Hincksman was appointed Act...

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