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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904
A Macilent Wasted System. Thoroughly Restored by CLEMENTS TONIC. The Case of Mrs. E. IERTON. (nY A LOCAL RBroaTza.) Surprise is an inadequate term to describe the feeling with which such an announce mont as the following will be received by the general public; yet the actual state of things which prevailed at No. 68 Man quarie-street South, Surry Hills, are nar rated by the lady who experienced them, so there can be no doubt as to the facts. "Not so very long ago," said Mrs. Eliza. beth Morton, who lives at the above address, "I found that I could not stand the cold weather. This was a great sur prise to me, because I used to appreciate a cold climate so much." "Perhaps you were not very well I" ventured the reporter. " I certainly did not feel as buoyant as usual, as I had no energy to bustle about my work as in former days, feeling only fit to wrap myself up and sit down. Beyond that there was no occasion for alarm for a little while; then I seemed to collapse suddenly. I had to j...
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904
POLICE COURT. Alexander McPherson was proceeded a against by the police on a charge of selling t liquor on his p,rermises, known as the Com mercial Hotel, after the hour of 11 p.m., being contrary to the provisions of the Liquor Act. Mr. Garraway appeared for defendant, I who pleaded not guilty. Mr. Garraway e asked that the case of John McInnes, who was charged with receiving the liquor men tioned in the above case, and that of Alex ander McPherson, be heard together, since the evidence in both were precisely the same. The Bench had no objection. Sergeant Willis deposed : I laid the in formations in these cases, which are true, to the best of my knowledge. The defendant is the licensee of tho,Commercial Hotel. Constable McMullan deposed : On Thurs day night last I saw some men going towards the Commercial Hotel yard ; John McIunnes was one of them; immediately afterwards I heard a knock at the back door of the hotel, and Mrs. McPherson said, "Who's there" ; then heard what I though...
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21. Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904
SUNDAY, FEBRUAPY 21. Church of England Qaeanbevan-1 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Burra-3 p.m. Rev. W. M. WHITE, Minister. Canberra-ll a.m. Gundaroo-3.30 p.m. REV. P. O. SMITH, M.A. Roman Catholic Queanbeyan-Mass 8.30, and 11 a.m. devo tions 7.30 p.m. REV. R. COLLENDER, Prieat Presbyterian Queanbeyan-Fellowship Association, 10 a.m. 11 a.nm. Bungendore-3 p.m. Gundaroo-,7.30 p.m. REV. W:-M. SMBITU, B.A., Minister-in-Oharge. Methodids Queanbeyan-11 a.m. Mr. G. Southwell. 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. Stewart.r Wattle Park-11i a.m. Rev. W. Stewart. 7 p.m. Mr. Samson Southwell. Woodfield-3 p.m. Mr. G. Southwell. Weetangcra-S p.m. Rev. W. Stewart. Majura-3 p.m. Mr. O. W. Southwell. Rev. W. STEWART, Minister. mm • ?x~m11mam=
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904
Government Advertisements CROWN LAND SALE. AT the LANDS OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, on WEDNESDAY, 2ND MARCH, 1904, at noon, the following will be offered for sale by auction, viz : -Portion 210 Parish Majura, County Murray, area 11} acres, upset price In clusive of value of improvements £22 5s Od the lot. Terms 25 per cent. deposit, balance In.3 months. Further particulars may be ob tained from the Crown Lands Agent, or Gazette No. 682 of 30th December. 1903. EDWARD MACFARLANE, Sa-93 Acting Under Secretary. TO. CONTRACTORS. TANTED MEN to ERECT A MILE OF T CHOOCK and LOG FENCE. Good timber. Can have use of team of bullocks. Also Wanted Men to RING BARK and SCRUB a quantity of Land. C.. H. McKEAHNIE, Booroomba. Queanbeyan P.. and As' A ?e ?? A s ation. SCOMMITTEE MEETING will be held at the School of Arts on'WED- NESDAY, 24TH INSTANT, at. 11 s.m. : BuerNess : To appoint Stowards and nudges.and any other Important Business. A. W. MORIARTY, Secretary. NEW IBUTCHERY. EGQO to inform the Public of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904
A. W. MHOasTr.] [E. G. ATxxII5oc. A. W. Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Commission Agents, 4'1ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARKS'r SALES WEEKLY at Land Yards. AT BUNGENDORE MONTHLY. Early entries Invited. Furniture Salek as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stock and consighing wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION A~. EN T, Movnaro-Street, Qucanbeyan. SAles conducted in any part of the District. PIOMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. WonDOae, Monaro. street, Queanheyan. W CORREBPONDENCE INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON, Next Hungerford's Hotel, .?fONARO.STREET. Estimates given for XARBLE, GRANITE Od FREESTONE MONUMENTS, S ERBIl GS,. S"f : . :I Ser °Ine'$rijytios Neatly Cu ALL WOBe GUARANTEBD. -' Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. Anthony Hlordern's Pamous Low Prices ARE BEST FOR YOU. They produce more for any given sum than...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904. The Mayoral Election. ALDERMAN HUNGERFORD ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904
WITH WHICH ARE INOORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendore Mirror Captain's` Flat Miner. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904. The Mayoral Election. ALDERMAN RUNGERFORD ELECTED THE adjourned meeting for the election of Mayor for the ensuing year was held in the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening. All the Aldermen were present, excepting Ald erman Knox, for whose absence an apology was offered by Alderman Dixie. After the minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, Dr. Blackall (the retiring Mayor, who occupied the chair) stated, in brief, the business of the meeting, and added that he had definitely decided to not accept the Mayoral chair. Alderman Dixie stated that in compliance with Section 52 of the Municipal Act the meeting was illegal, as that section stated that the Mayor shall preside at all meetings till such time that his successor be ap pointed. The Mayor was not present at the meeting convened for the election of his successor. Alderman Blackall ruled that this section w...
WAR NEWS. Another Victory. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 19 February 1904
Another Victory. (BY SPECIAL WIRE.) BY a special wire at 10 o'clock ;his morning we learn that the Japanese made another attack upon Port Arthur during a blinding snow storm. Amidst a terrifio rain of shell two Russian warships were badly injured. Two Japanese torpedo boats are missing, and it is believed that a third engagement has taken place, as a number of Jepanese injured arrivwd at Chifu, hbt there are no further particulars. The Japs anticipate a decisive battle shortly near Kidiu. LoxDON, Monday.-General Pflung, chief of Viceroy Alexeieff's staff, has telegraphed to St. Petersburg that the Japanese have landed 19,030 men at ('heniulpho (the port of Seoul) and have established communication by ethergram with Che-foo, by means of ships. Other advices are to the effect that Bring has been heard at sea at several points in the direction of Lino-tung peninsula. The Tokio correspondent of " The Times' states that the Jspanoso squadron has 'sealed Port Arthur. Telegraphic and railw...
Retrenchment in the Works Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
Retrenchment In the Works De. partment. ANOTHER ciroular has beeq ig?sed to officers of the Works Department in connection with ti: retrenchmne t which isheing carried out by the Publio Bervice Board, owing to the stoppage of public works. Last Wednesday and Thursday $0 oflicers, mainly in the professional division, were .iformed that it would-be necessary for them to take the leave to which they are entitled. This leave in the majority of cases, amounts to several weeks. At the end of that time the board will be in a position to notify the course to to be. taken in the future. A'meeting is to be held to perform the extremely unpleasant duty of considering the positions of other officers, who will have to be dealt with. A report on the matter will be made to the Public Rercive'Board. It is feared that 4 large number of officers in the oleripal 4iv}, sion will have to be travsferred to less re numnerative positions, The whole matter is causing great concern to the heads of branches, ...
A Tragedy Averted by a Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
A Tragedy Averted by a Dream. T' an article on " Substantial Dreams " a writer in the St. James's Gazette relates the following :--A Mrs. _Rnthbrford dreamed that her aged relative, Lady Leslie, was to be murdered by a men whom she olearly saw. She posted off dcwn into Fife without delay. She was admitted into her aunt's house by a servant whom she recognised as the man of her dream. With Lady Lsslie were her two sons, and these latter she tcol aside and made them-promise secretly to sit up that night in the room adjoining their mother's. Then she-obtained permission to sleep with the old lady herself. As they were about to retire to rest the niece asked if she might lock the bedroom door, but thin was prohibited by the old lady, No sooner was she asleep, however, thanthe younger woman slipped out of bed and clapped to the bolt. Then she lay and waited. At last a speolc of light appeared from the other side of the door and. the knob of the handle turned. The watcher' rni?hed to the-...
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28 Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
o o cI3 BE3RV ICE2 SUmrAY, Fzu3naiAr 28 Church of England Queabeyan--ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. M. WHITE, Minister. Canberra-11 a.m. Uriarra-3 30 p.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Catholic Qesanbeyan-Mass 8.30, and 11 a.m. devo tions 7.30 p.m. R?Y. R. COLLENDER, Priest Presbyterian Qaeanbeyan-Fellowship Auociation, 10'a.m. 11 a.m. Canberr--3 p.m. Gundareo-7.SO p.m. Week night Services. Tuesday-House of Mr. Wm. Mocntosh, Majour, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday-Lanyon, 7.30 p.m. REV. W. H. SMITH, B.A., Minister.in-Oharge. Methodist Quesabeyan-11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Mr. J. Gale. Wattle Park-r11 a.m. Mr. S. Southwell (Woodburn). 7 p.m. Mr. Samuel Southwell.. Woodfild-3 p.m. Mr. E. Brown. Rev. W. STEWAFrt, wnstsm-?.
The Stelling Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
The Stelling Case. WE learn that a writ has bnen issued against the Federal Gov-rnment on behalf of Hans Max Stelling for al leged false imprisonment, and that defendants have entered an appear. ance. It will be remembered that Stelling was convicted of beiug a prohibited immi grant, and was s8ntenced to bix months' im prisonment, but he was afterwards released. On Thursday he obtained a rule nisi return able on Monday week for the purpose of having the conviction quashed, this course b lug a neceseary preliminary to proceeding with the common law action.
Skin Erruptions Banished. ZAM-BUK A PROMPT CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
Skin Erruptions Ianishod. ZAM-BUK A PROMPT CURE. i: ." Mr child suffered with eontinual eruptions on the face," says Mrs Dickie, of 16 King Street, Newtown, Sydney; "and although I tried many so.called cures, the blemishes still remained as bad as ever. A friend, who noticed the state of the child's face, advised me to try Zam-Buk, which I did. The result surprized me. In an increditab ly short time a complete cure was affected, and the child's face was quite clear." Zam-: Buk, the Great Herbal healing balm, isai speedy cure for piles, ringworm, eczema, boils, running sores, sore legs, barooo, rheumatism, neuralgia, etc. As an embro cation for strained muscles and tendons, Zam.Buk, the great is unequalled. As a household balm for cuts, burns, bruises pimples, sunburn, freckles, prickly herb sore feet and rough skin blackheads, Zam-Buk is irivaluable. From all medicine vendors, a ./6 per pot, or direct from the Zam-Buk: Co., Pitt St., Sydney. A free sample pot, will be rent on receip...
Good Templary. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
Good Templary. ASTER a short session of the Hope of Quean. beyan Lodge an open. meeting was held in tho new,roonis they have leased in McQuoid Street on Wedneedayrnight. The room was filled to overflowing, .many being unable to gain admissioi. Thile chair was occupied by the Ohief Templar, Sister Shaw, who opened the proeoedings by an interesting address on tempetianoe, after which "The Templara' Watchword "was sung by the the members. Mr. Jno. Gale, .who was present, in com pliance with the wishes of the meeting, de livered a short, address on the benefits acoru. ing from lodges of the kin?. He trusted the lodge would prosper, apd that its great good would multiply manifold. After another song was given by the members, Sister Woodger gave a recitation, entitled " You OCannot Undo." She was received with loud ap plause, Bro. Rev. W. Stewart made a lengthy address in which he oharaoterised the one givee to drink as a person without his proper senses. He pointed out the amount so spen...
THE WAR OF WARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
THE WAR OF WARS. THIS twentieth centary must grow somewhat older before it is possible to appreciate in their true proportion the events of the nineteenth cen tury. Nevertheless, one faot at least is now abundantly clear-that the Franoo- Prussian War of 1870.71 was by far the most terrifio con filet of that period. It did not engage ho many men as the American Oivil War, nor last so long as either that struggle or the reont Boer War (prolonged into the present century) ; but as an exhbitlon of faultless military genius on the one hand, and reckless incomnpetence leading to national collapse on the other, its like is not to be found in the history of the world. The French, in every respect unready for war attacked the Prussians, who were perfe.tly pre pared for it.' On being told that, the French had declared war, the Prussian Field.Marshal, Vou Moltke, said to his aide-de.camp : " Sec ond pigeon-hole on the right, first tier " ; and there was found the elaborate plan of campaign whi...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
SECOND DAY. Delightfully cool weather prevailed for the second day's racing and the attendarce was very good, being estimated at about 300, a fair proportion of which comprised ladies. The gates, which were bold by the Olnb, must bave returned a good profit, and as a remsult the Club should somewhat recover their losses of previous years. Ow ing to there being no euntries for the braoa. let, presented by Mr. Massey, that race fell through, leaving four on the card to be con tested. In the Railway Handicap, J. Mo hugh, the rider of Daylight, was brought before the Stewards and suspended for six months for suspicious riding. The prinoi pal event - the Queanbeyan Handscap furnished a most interesting and exciting race. Elmo, who had the servines of the Sydney jockey (W. Henderson) repeated his 1899 performance, beating the Gundaroo champion, The Palmist, and Havanna. The racing throughout was excoeptionally: good, the close finishes* speaking well for the judgement and ability of the h...
Garden and Field Calendar fo February. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
Garden and Field Cale?ndar fo February. 1904 (By A. Lan loic,ie, Sel~mrn2n, Goelburn.) THE season is eminently favourable to grow ers, 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 soilbe deeply worked, suitable manure added, and sow in drills to allow of proper cultivation and thinning. Do nut crowd the plants. Indications are for continued stormy, un settled weather, with plenty of rain. Flood rains are very probable, hot at times, and rough winds, but still much cool seabreeze and great variation in temperature. Field.-Sow at once sorghum, Hungarian millet, planter's frien t, amber cane, back. wheat; any time-rape, Cape barley, tares or vetches, oats, lucerne, cabbage, etc; top off pumpkins, corn, etc; dig and store pot tatoes as they ripen-never le...
THE SETTLING [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
THE SEBTTLING Took place at-MoPherson's Commercial. Hotel last night when the cheques were :paid over to the various winners. The prinolpal winner was Mr. Thos. Sherd. " The Times" urges Mr Deakin. to try to prove that Immigrants are as welcome to Australia as they are to Canada. Six hundred Cossacks in thle country around Lake Baikal have suffered severely from frost, and some have died of cold. The executive council of the Farmers and Settlers' Association decided that the annual conference should be held at Dubbo on Juno 7.
Oar Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
O;r Electorate. Da BLiCKALL, Mr. John Gale, and M]r. II. J. S. Hungerford, who were appointed to assign reasons why the present electorate of Queanbeyan should be allowed to remain the centre of an electorate, have drafted a code of resolutions which have since been for warded to the Commissioners engaged in the work of redistributing the seats. In their recommendations they hold that in order to increase the size and voting power of this electorate-which is essential nuder the Act-so that Bnngendore,Inver!oohy,and Tarago be added on to the north side; Be dullick, Jeir, and Murr'imbateman on the west; and Bredbo, K.iandra, Adauinaby and Little Plati na the South.
The Christy Ministrels. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
The Christy Ministrels. OUR local taloen of Christy Ministreis were greeted with a bumper house on Saturday night. With few rebearsala, and practic: ally nothing known of the programme, our musically inclined folks siforded about a £12 house two hours' good amusement. Cer tainly a very welcome au-mentation to the 1904 balance sheet of the local Race Club. The committee appointed to organise the entertainment consisted of Messrs. Hill, O'Hanlon, and Atkinson, and their labours being met with such an appreciable aocord must, indeed, be very confirmatory of the fact that the public placed trust in their endeavours. At the request of those who Participated, Dr. Blackall presided. The opening pieces included songs rendered by Mr. O'Hanlon, Mr. Oircuitt, Mr. Mo Donald, Mr. Moffatt, a d Master and Miss O'Hanlon, also a recitation by Mr. Moffatt. Each rendition was well received. Mr. Clemanger, and his little son, from Gandaroo' were responsible for a good deal of the fun of the evening. At...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904
AGE A-EiTOO. EX O- 0A I SSuits. " SAVE YOUR MASOOTTE TAGS The Reward of a Silver Watch in return for 100 Tags, will be discontinued on March - I x ,a.V BOOM1ERANG- BRANDY. "The Resident Medical Officer of a large Oolonial Hospital writes :-Our patients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a very Nourishing and Beneficial Stimulant." WELOTT E T UO M COTT TOB-AC00. , THE . BEST AMERICA PRODUCES Obtainable in Plugs, and Out in;2:oz.' and 4-oz. ? a Tins. ':