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Mr. O'Sullivan's Warning. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

:ir. O'Sullivan's Warning. SnEAKTNO at Tumut, Mr. E. W..O'Sullivan 'aid they were now confronted with the pirospect of a gr, at war, So far Japan had defeated Russia badly on the sea, but there were not wanting signs thab'the : conflict would spread to other nations, and wein Australia might even become embroiled. These great Powers. of Europe were coming nenrer to our shores every year, and.' it be lhoved us to not too lightly heed the troubles near us. The greatest security we could have would be a closer union with our own kith and kin, and an alliance or under stauding with .the UJnited States. The supremacy of the Indian and Pacific oceans must be kept in the bands' of the-- Jnglish speaking people. The supremacy meant the control of more than half of mankind, for ful'y that number lived amid the shores of the two oceans referred to. The great success of Japan in the war was due to the fact that by asudden dart she had sooured the command of the sea, and our race-the British Em...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tender Feet Remedied. ZAM-BUK PROVED INVALUABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

. Teifer. Fet Itentcd letl .. 7Aif-BUTE( PROVO, D INVALUABE: - I . . a canvasser," says, -Mrs Margaret Gunson, of 157- Ioddle Street; W.est rItickh mond, Melbouroe, 0 and am, thereforoibon stantlyon my fooet.' Pour weeks ago my insteps becamue very. teuder and broke brt in Pores, which forced me to lay up for several days, I applied, different lotions procured from the ohemist; but' they itterly failed to give me'relief. -. Seeing Zari-Bulk adirti?ied, I propured a pot. Befor,o I .had used baif of It the sores were all healed,' arnthe burn ing, irritating fooling had left my feet. The soothing effect of the first few applio~tions was indeed wonderful. I shall never fail to recommend Z~m-Bulk where a reliable heal ing balm is required," Zam-Bu}; the. Great Herbal Healing Balm, is a speedy -ure for piles, ringworm, eczema, boils, runningsores, .sore legs, barcoo rheumatism Neuralgia, etc. As an Embrocation for strained muscles and Tendons, ZamBuk, rnbbed well into the parts affected i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Braidwood Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

Braidwootl Tuirl Cl*b. TnE annual r.cr's wero hell ?i Tharsi ay. The weather was fine but cloudy, and the course though heavy was iu too i running order after Wedn?esday's soaking rain. .Results : Openini itaniditap. -l dl!alab?a by Al chemist, l'.t 21b A. llattye), 1 ; Feder.l L3+s 8st 12ih (\V. l3rown), 2; L.apfro, 9st 51b (G. Peisly), 3. Alciy, at :thb; Telowra, 8at 21 ; and Phyllis, 7st 10lb. also started. As the harrier rose Phylii turned round, inter fering with Telowra. 1t allalaba took the lead, which hoI hell to tha finish and won easily. Ilack lnace.-Gl,'n, bet. (Donneliv), 1; Barrister Sat (J. Gormat), 2 A' nda, Tat 91b (Turnbull), 3. Eleven started. Won after: a good race by a length. Braidwood Cup, lIm.-Elmo by Pioneer -Minuie, Bst 41b (W\ Henderson), 1; La Rogue, 8st 71b(Stansbnrv), 2; Parma, 7st 121b (E. Turnbull), 3. Other starter:- Neglect, 9st 91b ; Zero 8St 121b; OCzr, 8st 51b; Ganymede, fst 121b; The Sqnire, 6st 91b. All got away to a good stirt. Gany riede, on t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

UNDER FIRE, THAT'S THE REAL TEST. r J Irt looks nice in the ping and very pretty in the tin-but it is when it gets into your pipe that the test comes. YANKEE DOODLE TOBACCO ... ýh. ~ea " ,will then be found a pos: ive. delight to smoke. II: PLUGS or AIR-TIGIIT 1INS DARK or BRIGHT. Try It aid sie. - -TRT IX - MASCOTTE TOBACCO. M'ASCOTTE TOBACCO. A Now lchinene or 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 desiireto participate in such distribution muset send them in before that date, otherwise they will not be recognised. "-TBOOMERANG BRANDY.: ",The Resident Medical Officer of a large Colonial Hospital writes :--Or patients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is ar very Nourishing and Benefioial Stimulant." . - WELCOME .NU GGET TOBAC(CO THE BEST AMERICA PRODUCES Obtainable in Plugs, and Out in:2-oz?aid 4 oz. Tines.

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Cricket News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

Ci icket - News. , TIrE fourth teat oricket match of the present tour between England and Australia was commenced at the Sydney Cricket Groundon Friday. The wicket was good,,but the Englishmen, who won the toss, did not make a very good showing, and at the dlose of the day's play seven wickets were down for 207. About 4.30 p.m. a shower of rain stopped play for about ten minutes. The batting of t'he different batsmen was painfully slow probable owing to the good bowling. Knight 64 (not out) and Braund 30 played well, while Noble and Trumble bowled in fine style for Australia. The match was contin ued on Saturday when about 35,000 people were present. Rain again stopped play dur ing the afternoon. The crowd became im patient, and bottles and pieces of water melon were thrown on the edge of the playing ground. Duff and Hill were the onlytwo to get going for-Anstralia, and both played good cricket. The Englishmen first innii'gs totalled 249. When stumps were drawn for the day the score...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

It DAY should guard against PEOPLE every-day practices. .When asking for Wol['s Schnapos don't take substitutes. There is one only and only one genuine WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. Dan't be put off by the "juit as govod" story. Unless the real brand is obt:inable it would be wiser and safer not to take any at all. ¶hr roeclyedor n I A ,R AN 1 DISPLAY _ - Of - eW for the . New Goouls r.• ?, . i r t .. Hayes CHE APER: THAN EVER. ·-·· - ?'? . - . ·. -· ,.-· .. - ,. . . . ·! " ',.? . . , ,' -.- ..~ ·: i ,:,,- ? ? _: .-*··7, ,,· f:'·i-~ ~ DONT BE FOOLISIl. ISi'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicycle that has 13 name and which will be always going out of order. WHY NOT BUY A RED BIRD BICYCLE - FOR 1903. - - A REAL UP-TO-DATE BICYCLE. Our f the is FULLY GUARANTEED an0 which will LAST you EOR Y FARS, no matter what sort of work you give it. WRITE TO US OR CALL ON OUR .LOCAL AGENTS. YOU CAN buy on LONG EASY TERMS. SMALL DE POSIT, payments rade to suit buyers. WE TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN PART PAYM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

'W?ANTED, 200. ACRES SoRUBBING DONE JOHN GALLAGHER, ' "Burbong. S:1ublic : Meeting. LEGISLATION of. Peculsiar Interest 'o Wo. men (under the auspices of the Quean beyan Branch of the W.O.T.U.)" Mr. ALAN MILLARD, Reform Candidate, will speak on the ahove subject in the Protestant Hall at 3 p.m. on THURSDAY NEXT MAIRCO 3. Tte attendance of women throughout the elector ate is earnestly requested. Queanbeyan P. and A. Association...i A MEETING of the Cotrmittee of the above will be held in the School of Arts TO.1MORROW (Wednesday) at 1l.a.m., to Consid r:thd Tenders for the Privileges in .con rrcu'ion with the~Show. A. W. MORIARTY. Secretary. Queanbeyan P. and A. Association. 12ih ANNUAL 0SHOW Thursday. & Friday, MARCH10 & 11'04 En&tri.s: iose Mb rch ? 3. S A. W. MORIARTY, . ". Secretary. &UY.QTZON A &tE. At Sutttoi ihotel oni Saturday, 15th Marchl, 1904. .THOS. -MAX WELL 1T A received' instructions to sell by 'Pub. RIL olie Auetion.at the Sutton ...

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Bungendore Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

Bangendore Land Board. A MusTIra of the Ilungondoro Land Board fo the Land District of Queanbeyan, was held in the Court IL,use at Bung'ndore on the 25th February at 10 o'.lock, when the following cases were b-, co.nsidered : Conditional Lease for 'onfirmation E. W. Kershaw, 110a a I--confirmed por 582 of 110 acres. Rent, 31d per acre. inquiries with a view to issue of Oerti8cate.-. Mi A. J. Murphy, 55a 2r 10p h e - Reaoom mended that selection is deserving of groat. Michael Nash. 199a h s-Ditto. Henry M. Murphy, 1771 a h s-Ditto. W. Winter, 20(ia h s--Coudition fulfillel ; certificate to issue. John Chinnery, jnr., 2074a h s-Reaoommsen dation that selec:ion is deserving of grant. Inquiry Sea 1 sub-see 6, as to fulfilment ,ef condition of residence under Appraisemen` Ae) 1899 Charlotte It. Masse)--The Board certify, that - the improved conditions of residenpe h4 blies., complied with. Jae. W. Bohofield-D;tto. Application for appraisement ol cap ial vaSe-. Geo. Hopkins, 79l .lr30p-cp...

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MICHELAGO. PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

MI HELAGO. (Fro.nOir Correspondent). PIGEON SHOOTING, OPEN SWE'PSTAKE --Pigeon shootiug pro. moted by Messrs, Granville Ryrie and -T. West took place last Wednesday but the at. tend~no + was small owing to the unsettle . weathur, which was groetly against the sun: cess of the day's sport. In the forenoon accsaiional showers fell but after lunch heavy rain commence I to fall and continued all the afternoon, ' The rain was so continuous that the last sweepstake .was left unfltishh:d. Shooters were present from -3ungendbre and Oooma andanrid ,ubtedil - the wet weather prevented -several, others from attending. f'he shooting on the whole was very aceaur at ", A large supply of pigeons were ob tained for the day and as a fair number, of birdt were left the promoters-intend shoot. ing offswveepstdkes on Saturday nest Maroh 56t,z 'The -following is the reaslt of the shooting ; No. I Sweepstake. E. W, L. Gordon 27yds-I111111 E, A. Ryrie 26yds-0 J,: Gordon 25ydse - 11110." . .. G. Ryrie 24yd...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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On the Border of Riverina. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

On the Border of Riverina. (By our Speciol Reporter) TaE change that has been wrought in this State during the past year by the copious rains cannot be imagined by any but those who have paid the districts bordring the Riverina portions of the Stata a vi.it periodically. l'From a desolated, barren waste, the pastorn! country, rich in its fer tility, has been literally transformed to a graziur's paradise. \\Where but twelve months ago, the fragile frames of stock, and the parched and bleachlt bones of those that had given up their existence from the effects of starvation were daily seen, now presents a scene of grandeur which may he feasted upon by he who feels inspired him by that which is the back-bone of our State - agricultural and pastoral -in. dustries. At present the harvest is com pleted, and what wore a few weeks ago extensive areas of golden wheat waving with the gentle brerze, are now heavy, thick crops of stubblo. Thoe strippers, and com bined harvesters have done their w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR OF WARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

THE WAR OF WARS. THIS 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-Prussian 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 present century) ; but as an exh,.bition of faultless military genius on the one hand, and reckless incompetence leading to national collnpse 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 Pruseiana, who were perfectly pre. pa'ed for it. On being told that the French had declared war, the Prussian Fie!d.Marshal, 'Von Moltke, said to his aide-de-camp : " Sec. oisdpigson-hole on the right, first tie, " ; and there was found the elabjrate plan of campaign...

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The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER X [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

The Storyteller. 111e Rouge on tl1 " Om 1eg side. CHAPTER X MonE than a month had passed since Lucette's arrival and Ella's departure. The formal calls of the neighbourhood had been "paid and returned, and Ludette had settled down as the accepted mistress pt Hayle Sands, when Hubertosame to Bab one day in the garden in a state of 5appiessed excitement very unusual with him. His approach was quite an e'ent, since he had withdrawn himself more and more both from his own household and the neigh bours. Barbara, who had been in a lhammock under the trees, reading, closed her book and watched him curiously. ' Bab,' said he when he had come quite close to her, 'I've just heard -news at last.' ' From Ella ? ' cried the girl, starting up with sparkling eyes. Hubert shook his heHd. "' Not from her, but of her,' said lie in the same low voice as before. He seemed to wish to feel that the vyeryexisteo:Lof,his. .darling was is ceret between. himsolf, ilid Ba'rbaia, who loved her. He would not'fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

A. W. MonIAR.TY.] [E. G. ATKINSOa . A. W. Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, --AND- General Commission Agents, 'ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ART. a' SALES WEEKLY at Land Yards. .. AT BUNGENDORE MONTHLY. Early entries invited. Furniture Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trusking Fat Stock and eonsigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUOTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION A.GtENT, Mowaro--treet, Queanbeyan. Sales conducted in any part of the D.striok. P/iOMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. WoDoma, Monaro. street, Queanbe3 an. 1i CORRESPONDENOE INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON, 1Next llungerford's Hotel, .MONARO.STIEET. Estimates given for- S MARBLE, GRANITE nd FREESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBINGS, and SIRON:, RAILINGS. Charges Moderate. ." " "' Old Work Reonovated. "'ý"ý " Inseriptions Neatly i ALL Woni GUARANTeED. I" Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. Anthony Hor dern's Famous Low...

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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1904. The Federal Arbitration Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 1 March 1904

WITH WHICH ARE INOORIPORATED Ctct zb sn Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. TJUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1904.. Tile Federall .Ablitration;?Bill. A roEDEATE degree of stability is more likely' to be introduced into the Federal legislature by th?eAsbitration Act constituting the first business of Parliament, than if other meas urea of less direct bearing on the respective relations df parties bad first been proceeded with: No proposal in the Ministerial.-pro gramme will put to soseverea test the alli ance between the Government and the Lab6r Party as will the discussion which will cen tralise round the Bill at present occupying the attention of members; and should the Ac, amended-or otherwise, be passed' with out a-split having occurred, and "one of the two forces temporarily throwing its weight with the Opposition, reasonable grounds will exist for supposing, provided unforeseen fut ure occurrences do not:change the political . aspect, that the Deakin Administratibn will remain in ...

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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904

CHAPTERI XI. BABneasA watched with tenfold anxiety for her brother's return on the evening of the day on which he went to visit Ella, at her father's request. It was quite a different home-coming from the last, but vone of dis tressing to the affectionate girl. The pony carriage had been sent to the station, but it came bask without him, the groom briugin_ the message that Sir Hubert preferred to walk. Even the awe of her brJthor in which Bar hara stood could not restrain her impatience any longer. Hurriedly putting on her hat and gloves, she started along the Hoo road to meet him. But the frst person she met was not Ha bert, but the ubiquitous' Mr. Johnson, who cut across a fi.ld'on the left to intercept her. Hoer eyes kept filling with tears as she went a'ong, and she was not aware of Mr. Johno son's until he said 'G ocd evening, Miss Hayle !' It was very humiliating to be caught wip. ing her eyes, so Barbara answered the greet ing even more coolly than she would other wise have d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904

Gsvernmenl~e Adverlieentents Court House, Quoanbeyan, 24th February; 1904:' THE QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT for the Licensing District of Queanh,,yan, will be held at the COURT H()U'E, QUEAN. BEYAI4, on Tuesday, 5th April, 1904, at 12 o'clock; noon. . B. J. JEFFREYS, O.P.S. 4d.446. , WANTED, 200 ý ACPRES SCRUBBING DONE. JOHN GALLAGHER, Burbong. O N Queanbeyan . Racecourse a ' leather PURSE, studded with Torquoise, gold loop chain attached, containing sum of money. Finder will be rewarded on returning same to E. G. ORACE. . ' Ginindorra. Borough of Queanbeyan. ýTOWN. COMMON . TRUST. TENDERS are invited. for the erection and completion of -about 25 CHAINS OF WIRE FENCE.. Specifcations and particulars on application ~to J H. BINCKSIAN, Secretary. SHOW NIGHTS. THE PROTESTANT HALL has been en . caged for both nights of the Show and a DANCE will be held on the FIRST NIGHT to conclude at 3 a.m. On the Second'Night A. BALL will be held Sall night. " REFRESHMENTS, `EAC1E NIGH.T?. T'he Music-wi...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904

Epitcme of News. The new syllabus framed by t he Education Department is regard'Il in mauy quay tora outside the dtp.: ,.... ... as l et blIe ui.d in effective The famous stamp collection of Mr. W. F. Fettered of Launceston (ras.) was sold in Sydney for £2500, the highest price yet secured for a collection in Australia. At a meeting of the Cabinet on Tuesday it was agreed that no new appointments shall be made to the Public Serrice. That is to ease the harshness of retrenchment. A man who romwitted suicide in hEyde Park (Sydney) on Tuesday left a note saying some persons who owned £1050 caused him ruin. I he july found he was mentally de= ranged. A large area of land is flooded in the Hunter Valley. All stock had been removed by owners during t he night. Melville Bridge a low-level structure, was washed away. Adisastrous flood is threatened ontheN moi Half Pilliga is under water, and the residents are taking refuge in the school. Some narrow eseapes from drowning are reported from W...

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Dreaming the Winner. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904

Dreaming the Winner. Mfn J. T. DARRINOTON, a Carcoar storekeeper, had a remarkable dream on Friday night last. He dreamt that a telegram was handed him, showing the result of the Newmarket Handicap as follows :-Mairp, 1 ; Pendent, 2; P;ayaway, 3. On Saturday morning he was so taken up- with his dream that he communicated the result to Kr A. Dawson. Mr Dawson and Mr. Darrington decided to test the dream, and wired £1 to Sydney and succeeded in obtaining twenty-five to one on Mairp. This is the secoond time on which Mr. Darrington has successfully dreamt the winner of big events, the last' occasion being when Gaulus won the Mel bourne Cup in 1897. TuE first:dicect steamer from Sydney for Japan since the war-was dispatched yester. day. She took a cargo of 2,000'tons ;of wheat, nbemt 400 ba!es of wool, 250 tons of oats, and 200 tons of general- merchandise.

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W. C. T. U. LECTURE BY MR MILLARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904

LEOl URE BY MR. MIL1LARD. Ati the usual monthly meeting of, the Wo. men's Christain T;.mperauoe. Union, held in the Protestant Ha'l yesterday afternoon, Mr. Milliird, of Bungendoro, by special "iequest, delivered a lecture on the new Liquor Bill. There were about 50 present, most of whom were members of the Union, and members of the LO *.T, who had been specially invit d to attend. The President of the Union (Mrs. Stewart) occupied the chair. Mr.` Millard spoke for nearly an hour, in which time he fully criticised the outlines of the proposed Act, the theme of which is to make closer watch over hotels, with.regard to Sunday selling and serving those with intoxicants that hlive alre idy had too mnol drink. He held that-.if we had total prohibition, nas they have inNew Zea land, and iabrlish the 5.200 hiol ls, 700 wine: shops, and 500 breweries in thja State, we would be'raised into a higher plane of lbving, from which much-more b.mefit would accrue than' from the £8150,000 of revenue...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904

SIIullicipal Coullcil. TaE usual fortnightly meeting of the Muni. cipal Council was held in the Council Cham lera last night ; there were present: Alder men HuTngerford (Mayor), Hincktaan, Col lett, McPhorson, Knox, Pike, and Aikineon. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. A communication from Mrs. James O'Neill was read asking permission to lay fencing material along a drain adjoining her property in Rutledgo-street so that.it may he erected. Alderman Collett moved, apd Al erman McPherson seconded, that the request be granted on conditions that all the timber conveyed to the place for erection he either erected or clhared away before night. Carried. The general account showed a a edit bal. ance of £70 17/10; lightitg account £69 17/6; an I recreation reserve £10 12/6 to credit. A report drawn up and signed by the Works Comnittee was read recommending that that portion of Crawford-street from Monaro Street to opposite iMr. O'lTanlon's residence be attended to....

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