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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
DANGER IN A COLD. Attack it at the Start Tn. Case of Mr. P. J. HORCAN. (BY A SYDNEY REtPORTER.) Without going far afield our reporte, I am lately came into contact with a very practical matter in niewh pape are all in teested.h It is a fact, " was Mr. upoan's by risk Piatrick Jolla H1, igan, of No. 7 Norman st~rcet., ~arliinglturst, who for tho past twenty-sixt is everal years has lived sithince I wastone's taken ill throughw of his tarschiag severe colds. e day, and living in this localitylous whenat a deyl of exriobled a great misfortune, Ifrom a simple canoe, A nasty hackinig cough caine told," qucried the uowewpapcr man. andTht is a fact,"y system terriblyorgan's besidesk reply. "It is several years since I was tar ent ill throutgh catclting a severe cold one piay, and it is really marvellous what a deal of trotilde someutimese results from a, simple causec. A nasty lhackittg cough camne and shook moy system terribly, besides keeping me awake when I ought to have been resting. T...
WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
mop,, T esday.- -?h British steamer i ig lha arrir~*d it'Wei-hai-wei int a badly--damaged cmndition. rihe ceaptain, immediately.ou arrival, cqm pkaimed hat be. had been fired upon by Ruoe sian vessels in the vicinity of Dalny, and that his ship had been hit in seven places on the watrtihe: '.. The Ching Ping was oaly kept afloat with tajeig~atqst.dificulty, and her captain made allhaste to a British port. The Ching" Pihgia i a Biritish registered steamer of 1385,tonac?wned by the Chidese Engineering anad sfin ngOoirpany, Limited. She was built at,g]yth in 1890., i , AgTimus coTrespopdent, who r?ct.tly, p id -?iaib to.0hempulpho, sta:ea that ' Japaq ip landing an army corps there, and establisll ing depots along the northjvard,ryotge with a view to facilitating ah` 1l84y gneuial' :ad-1 British dtcer' o ire present ýelare tht the Japanese met'd' 11 lisAth rt iuo i, an improvement ,}q_~ yqithinithe I i,.v By promptly paying 'qp.rwvtev0 ? epplie they obtain, the invaders pompletely,'bli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
* - KEEL EVER[YTHING: f In ea--T ad:ro ' .. :: gery SYDPARTMENTS. D oi o w Special Attention tot'hei' ; IA' Son3,0 G. M Ait ". Boc St. :CI p o, QE 1 I , Building Materi 'Is of atkll Ar , ,d.;:. Timber of every 7B$i? '- o r . .. . y!o W o'1F:Tn,: m:nd?tt' - '--- __ ....? ..+e+..I T! rV 2Yýet? ý ... -!" r o"" " l ; .., w t." .... " ', " WINHock Salt 0 u"l" R haON& r: I- iTbO. 6"A,". .... , W indow S ashes n'R oo s ., ,,,,,,:,:o, .Jn : ,,) , sue- rvIo ,o ht e flar wro(trs s iue , Irow I Car ent rs . TO" ,,,' n :,, [ , ,, I f, ,, ; .,,,,. i .hlaaIh or (, h rr wa-e his rim) , Kitchen and &ot ,.",.?il of every D esocription.. ; ,, 01(z:rI~ogBI f,,, /l 1;, IT:',,, 111"/J 1' , sufi' n nr : "innw Li t , Sas!t0- . L ,, ,, ,, '". .l ,', .. , a ,nr: I ,(,, (:i .. r, , ri " ,,(7l11 . " QUra L IBE : T IM E 'Ii-1 "'r '; l ... ..,i r ) C 1,(1 11iCC l y?l d. . ,," 1 n J C. o CO-_B E, , RSON O,,, n. ., 1. , whore it will ca eldtlyihanltl,'nderhe, a Do you want YaoocL pna ; moolkin;,gt...
P. & A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
' '&# A. Asso iation. :A bcol.t e tieeting of he P. and A. As. soolation was held at the cbool of Aits on .-?edtn>tiifayl:ubvºpglast Mr. F. ( Caipbell, J.P., (Yarralumla) presid ne. There'was a fia-ir'ttend'Wici present. The judge4 were b'hnhated; and the folio ing stewards ap Obinted-i-: ý 'SeotkiThA, Horses- easrs. Hurn.erford and OLHanio. Seotion B; Oattle- ssrs. R. -Mo re and Walter Molntosh. Section U, Sheep-Messrs. J. M. MoIn t'osh and E. G. raceo. :. ,? Section G. & D. Poultry and Dog-- r. R., Falliok. :Seotiotj [I. and K, Farm sind Garden Pro. duoe-Messrs. J. Feagan and Jas. Pik~ - 7 Section I, Dairy Produce'--Mr. Wrein. Sections N. 0. and -Q,. ;Jin. and Fanoy Work and Fine Arts, Scobol Wq~ik and In dustrial-Mr. G. T. Dudley. I - Ilt was proposed by, Mr. W. Pjk tand se conded by Mr. J. Feagan that tenders be 'called for-the privileges. , ; - Mir. H.'J. Dixie was appointed- td aot as treasurer. s -t This concluded the buniness. ~;;!i;` ?t:.c··:··
A Painful Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
- A Painful Ca (,. ON Tuesday a young girl, .9 18 ye rs o"6 age,?was .-harged in Sydney th murc aidg her infant son in -Uyd-'C nd the! jumy. brought in a verdiot of manslanghter His Honor (iMr. Justice Stephen), after pointing out to the jury that their decision had laced him' in a very awkward position, aid "Youe verdiotought to hire hoen a erdiot urder. I told you as plainly as could w i ei was oom r you tb bi in verdiot of ipalaught , you ia nod g)?f ggring?si - .i.ch .verd ot. If: a ver 'ctof muurded hadbeenirr ught in with a strong reconi~endatiou to m6rey, th?.t would ave beeii piesented to! the executive ounoil." :Addreesing thel prisoner, who basn8obbin bitterly, His'Ionor said that rtwwas-pfraid theo..crimb w s a deliberate nrde'N. Cordd, napn i gine anything introe dreadful thautbt, of young iwoman ,muiderih:h i,' h idandl terwards living with the man, who, accordit to her story, ,itnd~u erfo gaIit q tt ced ? he was 'fcVWkd-BMal S. rn Eoýt , and he hoped t iF wiillahrtwas-...
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
Federal Correspondence. ,WITH reference to the complain/s from qff -erseenrployed at the recent Feddral Electiobh Representatioiis hav!e been madd by,Mr , , • h'Ch'ptri?-trto the Chief Elect ral ' "Ocers who states that there has not beeni iny ,dlay .in-payment.of th? sums specifiei b,.the e'; .guilationsfd -'thgparticular service, but: tlere has been delay in several cases tf persons not accepting the sdin&lt;tendered to hem. Pay. iments for State s.'rices are in ll'these cases, being confounded with rates ad aynidiitS "fbr Commonwealth services, as he e?i?ioi'peVs are desirous of rtiaintaining the State rates, which, ay-,higher. In a nu rber of cases \vhiii t?e?pid and considered o be equitable under the Comtmonwealth Administrati w.er..casýsherg special hard hip coul&) le shpwn, or where ny special o peculiar ser vice had been renaered. Thes circuietaces: arei dealt with separately, and ' as"&omiet a -manner ai possible. Ther is o ~ diirff whatever to depr...
MICHELAGO. CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
MICHELAGO. (From Oar Corre.pondeunt - ORIG I u MG ATM r t 3 r j irate " " Married v.; inmgl wk t lI t at B!',an snltfin runs. Themarried men went lo the wicket, and in the first inrincs w?re dis[,oscd of for tiy ,alaltotal of 17. W. Klly and D. CGi~' pthbilWid well with the ball, the former securing 6 wickets for 8 runs and the latter 4 for L TG e a7dictEJI ibette in the secvond inhisngS , a v&iti1991. :The 1 principal bcores were W. ]yrie 47 and C. Reaeev-i-at ,Sie1.u?.i.n .compiled 102 in the firn, iunnng; and in the second inninge lo.t 2 wickets tor 19; thus winning by eight wickets raid dnt -tri'us:---oIewe scores: MARRIED MLEN-1- t Innings. G. Ryrie, b W. Kelly ................ 1 W. Ryrie, b W. Kelly .................. 1 0. Reeves, a H. McTernan, b W. Kelly ... 2 W. MoTernan jr., c J Kelly b W. Kelly ... 0 T. McNamara, b W. Kelly ;....... ... 0 C. Byrnes, a and b D. Oommins ....... 2 W. MoTornan ser., a H _MoTernan, b D. Commine ............... ............ . 0 J. MoTer...
The Peak Hill Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
-?' The Peatk Hill Tragedt . Tas adjourned inquest on the body, of Wil. liam Tregaskis was continued on ?onday Peak Hill. Whilst the prisoner, Ohic , iwas being transferred from the cell to the oourt-house,ibandcnffed, and in chargg ot the .police, r man named' Thomas Oxley struck him a violent blow on the mouthj cansin the blood to flow. Water was brought f( the prisoner to wash away the blood and rinse out his monith. Afterwards, when questioned by the sergeant as to whether he ai ?a.n thing to say he pointed to his mout I? e;9t aergeant told him to open his mot , dtc! when he did so one of his teeth fell out. His jaw was swollen, and there was blood on the floor of the dock beneath where tIe accusei3 sat. Oxley was related to Mr. Tregg*iqig?, marriage, and he is a justice of the peace. The sergeant informed Orley that h'5Wul&i have to answer a charge of assaul ..Jilrc? sTI . In the afternoon Henry Tregas is, son of deceased, was called as a witness On en tering the court ...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
ORANGE BLOSSOMS." ATr St. John's Chnrourch, Drliighnrat, on Tuesday, February 9,' the marriage?' of Mr. Nathanael-Power Campbell, eldest son of the late Mr. David Campbell, of Cunningham' Plains, New South :Wales,,witli.Mies Evelyn, Charlotte Ryrie, daughter- of-the Hon Alex auder Ryrie, and Mrs. Ryrie of Michelago, was solemnised by the Rev. E. Q. Beck. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Granville Ryrie, in the unavoidable absence of her father. She wore white embroidered chiffob,-.trimmed with lace, and a tnlle vtil, and wreath of orange blossom. Her white bouquet and turquoise end pearl pendant and gold chain were the gifts of the bride groom. Miss Aline Ryrie was the brides maid, and was dressed in white Indian muslin accordion-pleated, and a black hat with pink roses and carnations, which was presented to hze.hthe bridegroom, who also gave her a coral chain. - lMr. - 6TdatWrat d-e--bes ae }. After .thenerelonya,a recption was led t CiageAd;'Darliighni'rt, b? Mrs Ayrie...
Open Column. The public are allowed to express their opinions in this Column providing all correspondence is signal by the writer—not necessarily for publication At this same time, we wish it to be clearly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of those who so make use [?] Editor Q.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
Open Column. The public are allowed to exprems their opinltea -4 Column proviciig all coresponde.ce i-msgnet tbp writer--not neL? sarily far publicatio, At tYt e?Cr time.we w h itto he clearly underst? odt oti wr nGý endorse the spinions 04 thot.who sooake ape Editor Q.A. \- SIR,-I crave a small space in your journal for the following. On Saturday night last, at the concert in all of the Race Club; Or. Blackall announced that sa entertainment in aid of the Working Men's Cub would be given on Monday night, but that those in charge of the affair tad omitted to advertise it; hence his apnouncementT This was _quite in keeping!'with,the affai, :as thosp in. "i brse evidently-omitnted to make any ar' rangemont for siuging or otherwise, as no 'onietuaredip ,ta:tke,part, i~. _t, and ony for yonufg ?obertason-giviig.us' ar. exhilti tion of atep-'daucing the eo-salled.' entertaih ment would:.have bee' a-dead letter. As it was, on going it witl some others we fou d about a dozen boys atid a ef...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1904. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
Lii 1: . to T7Fi JI U1 WITr WHIGo ARE INA? qOBAvED Queonbeys t Times, Bingeni~di. Mirr or t :'-' Captain's 'Flat Miner. !,-'srr 'R AY, FEBRUARY: 26, 1904: SJ J o anf d General. "> Itý>,"S.1Sheekey` hadi6een 1ppointed "2ýýSdjtio 61ei 'ii thellooal Itaud O ce. •1,~j.: ~. i .B..idiwod annual- taqe' ..ere com eI'.' '"eed'd y~ eterday and continued o-day. Tr i i LIQf; tra speoialprizep f the forth S't+?bAl coming'show -is adve?tised" in'to ay's, issue. 1M: 3 ± Ida ft`drth test match . oo menoee'in. aflXnh 1 B.yflo-dayboT , .--Owino to the wet weather on Wednesday, shooting for the Woodger Troph had to be postponed.. - ,. A?'NUBER of ,business people favour ob. S~-serving Saturdiy as the weekly lf-holiday. .... ..in, lien of Wednesday. MAss will be held at St. Greg rj's Churob i:at 11o'olock on'Sunday morning and at the . Sacred Heart Church (Tuggranbng) at 10 S o'olook. . Ti Rev. Father White, Diocesan Inspec.' . OttprtQf ;schoole, is engaged at present in examining the local' conv...
MOLONGLO [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904
MOLONGLO (From a Correspondent), &nbsp; A CRICKET MATCH was played at Hosking- town Saturday last, between representa- tive Hoskingtown and a team from Mo- longlo, resulting in a win for the local team by six wickets and eight runs. Molonglo batted first and scored 86, J. J. Moore and J. Tully performing best. The former played a grand defensive game, carrying his bat right through the innings, which lasted two and a half hours. W. Lampkin's fast de- liveries were very deadly, taking seven wic- kets. Hoskingtown were dismissed for 44. &nbsp; E. Peck and J. J. Moore who bowled un- changed evenly divided the wickets. Mo- longlo's second innings only yielded 48, Lampkins being again very successful, tak- ing seven wickets. With 91 runs required to win, Hoskingtown again faced the music and obtained them with six wickets to spare. The match was very keenly contested throughout, and was in favour of Molonglo until S. Daniel partnered Coleman, when by sou...
LAND DISTRICT OF QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904
LAND DISTRIOT OF QUEANBEIIAN. Inquiries by direotio?' of the 'Minist|r for ,Lands as to whether part.* of Bungendore tem porary Common (about 150a p of Majour, o of Murray) would be cancelled and re.notisied as a Travelling Stock and Camping Reserve ; also as to whether there is any necessity. for re taining reserve'Ni..- 38,317, p of Ourrandooley,. and a of Murray, f 'r 'commonuge purposes, Land District of Qtuelanoy . Deoision to be given at Q leanbeyan an. the 17th March, 1004. A'nnuai Leases for Consideration. G.M. 0. Massey, 1500a,1280a, 195i. - Al lowed 1300a. rent: £18 15i; allowed l1280a, rent, £13 6s 81; allowed 1953, rent, £1 Edwar i Blinksell, 040, rent, £2 13s 41 Daniel Leahy, 1200., rent, £6 5s; 1920 a, rent £28 G. M. C.; Massey, 1150, rent, £9 Its 8d. The following applications previously set down for hearing had been' withdr tn Application for appraisement of Capital value. W. F. 1Eutlldge, (one block), and F. A. Powell (three bl.,ks) "
BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904
BUNGENDORE BENIFIT.-On Friday night a successful dance was held in the Temperance-hall in aid of the orphans or Mr. D. Sparrow. Great credit is due to A?lab. .. Allen for ,h, manner in which she carried out the duties of secre tary. Music was supplied by Mrs. Har greave and the Misses Jean Pollack and Allen. During the evening the band played several selections, which were greatly ap preciated. On Friday night at, 11.30 an old identity in the person of Mr. Whitehorne passed away at the ripe old age of eighty-four. He had been ailing for a long time. On Wednesday a very heavy storm passed over the town, coutinuing through the night. Ninety-three points were registered up to nine o'clock on Thursday mortifig. This morning was very hot. A heavy storm oc curred during the afternoon. A reply was received last week by Mr. Millard from the department, informing him that the Early Closing Act would come into force on 1st. March.; In order to cope-with the heavy passenger traffic consequent ...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904
Rifle Shootuiag. Trr, ffthma rtoh for the Woodger Trophy was shot o?n dnbattirday altho looa:d rie?f;. dge. The following are the scores : J. eagan 31 34 SH. Hungerforw 83 32 0 " .. H. Beatty 27 84 1 -: J. .Beatty I. ' ,.31 30 61 "' E. Gibb 29 29 5.8 "". L mond 830 25' 56 A. P.Fallick . , 29 '0 59, E. Mdore - ;29 i 26 55 R , Moore 27 - 27 54 H. L " 3 28 512 A. Bljwiitt:--: '26 21 47 A. Gibbs 23 19 42? The sidth: ihltch starts onw Wednesddy March 2nd the whole of the uemnbers will be Put throngh.the nrusketery shorting starting on Saturday next,
A Cowardly Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904
A Cowardly A.salilt. Mrs. Elizlb th ' ,ain, of rFlandilo, was aroused by a louI knocking at hler door at 11 o'clock on ''hn.rediny night. Upon her -answering the knock, a man's voice outside said : ' I have a telegram for you from your husband' who was away from -home on business. After dressing she opened the door, and whilst engaged reading a fictit ious telegram, she was seized by- a masked man, knocked down and rendered uncou scious. On regaining consciousness the following morning, she found that the place.had.been ransacked, and £10 in notes and a half--sovtreign stolen. It is :hought the man-waa mounted on horseback. The police are out searchTing.
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904
SECOND DAY. The following are the results: SHoli-ay. lUtndioap.-The Squire, 7at 10:b 1; Alein'l 6bt 101b 2; Teluwar. 7st 10lb 3; Ballalab 9at 10, Again 8At 81b, Alooy 6st 121b, Happy 6at 71b, Phyllis 6bt 71b, alib started. (lok Rice.-Fedorl Liss 8st 51b l; Rosoleaf, 64t 121b 2; lIappy Jtck, 8t 3;. Other starter.: B arriiiter 8i4, G ibir 7st 41b Barooo 7st, IR fl ?at 121b. Hurble RHao.--.gain 9.t, 1; Larrikin, 9st, 2; Glenore 11st 71b, 3. Other starters Robiu 9.4 101b Maluho, 10st. Town Plate.- Ne?leot, 91c 10lb (Gorman) 1; Parma, 7st 131b, (Donnelly) 2 ;Ganymede Gst 131b (Rowo); 3 Ziro 8ct 121h, Elmo 84t 121b Czer 8st 61b,'Leapfrog 74t 6ib also started. Hitk kRao'.-S,:aptir, 81t 5'b, 1 ; Alands, 8st 71b 2 ; Larrikin, 9st 51b 3 ; thpply Jack, 8st Olb, Boomierang 8t 5'b, Phyllis 7at'121b; Rifle 7at 10ib also started, . Farewell Hricdioap.-Negleot, 10s 5lb' ; The Sqlire 8t 21b nerd Li .-ogu?,, 9.t dead heat; Glen 8st, B.rllelab ~ Ot 21b, Leapfrog bat 101b, also started.
Garden and Field Calendar for February. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904
Garden and Field Calendar fo l February. 1904 (B, A. Lanlddiine, Seedsmzn, Godiburn.) THa'season is eminently favburable to grow. era,. and there should be abundant yield, where ordinary care bhst been taken. Large areas of crops for winter and spring should hobe sown... All duirymen can - provide' abun dance of fodder by sowing at o:ceedsorghum, Hungarian millet, rape, etc.' Rape is also splendid fori green manure.. Let: all soil be deeply worked, suitable manure added, and sow i;' drills to allow.e of proper cultivation and =thinnirg. Do, not 'rowd the plants. Indications are for continued stormy, un settled weather, with plenty of rainb IFlood rains are very probable, hot iat timnes; and rough wincs, hut still much. cool '?eabrerze and great variation in temperatn.ei - Field.--Sow at once sorghum',ihnnugarian millet, planter's frien , amber cane, buck wheat; any time-rape, Cape barley, tares or vetches, oats, lucerne, cabbage, etc; top. off pumpkins, corn, etc ; dig and store' po...
Alleged Murder at Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904
Alleged murder at Adelaide. After 9 o'clock on Saturday night, when the crowd in Rundle-street was thickest, a young woman named Florence Horton, aged 22, who had only been married four months, was fatally shot by her husband, Thomas Horton. Horton and his wife had, been separated for a fortnight. On Saturday night, Mrs. Horton was walking down the centre of Rundle-street amidst a crowd of &nbsp; people with two young girls as companions, when Horton went up to her, and asked her to go down the lane with him, saying that he had a present for her. Sbe replied: " No, I won't; the present you have for me is a bullet." Mrs. Horton and the two girls walked on, arm in arm, and Horton, follow- ing up behind his wife, fired three bullets into her back. She cried out and staggered from the middle of the road to the pave- ment, where she dropped down and expired almost immediately. A crowd of people at once gathered, and in the confusion Horton escaped. Thinking it possible that he mi...