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Happy Lives ARE LIVES OF HAPPY LIVING, HAPPINESS HAS COME OF LATE TO MANY A QUEANBEYAN CITIZEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
Happy Lives ARE LIVES OF. HBPPY LIVING,' HAP. rP[IESS I-IAS OOWtE OF" QATE? "TO *"-"'., MANY A QUE NBEYAN 1.. Qaeatnbevyan there is many a happy home. Poerhaps you k.tow of some, or better still; it mtna be that you rest your he d at, night in o to yourself. --Then agalin, there is mt"ny" an u i happy fellow in our midst. 'Tis n it surprising that this should be the ease, when one thinks of the burdens some backs are faored to bear. If you is is n?t th bsole that hears th burden, still we think you would be glad ,to lighten the burden of another. Let us show you hlw this can'be doe, And at. the same time tell a story of Queenbev'an life th it wi I prove this aid .n easily be given. " " Mrs. M. Q sigley, Bal m street,Qi.anhey.an says :--"Fur so n, c, csidcerable time I suffered qtn agony right in the small of my back and I usel to Feb headaches n'n I giddiness. -1 amuld not bend f r the hrokache. A few weeks ag ir ob. tained a box of Doan's Backache Ki lney PAlls at Polleari's Pharma...
BYWONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
- BYWONG (From Our Oorrespondent ) Two. tones of atone from Keir's claim, treated at Dairy Oreek Battery, gave a. yield of 4ozs 2dwts 6grs per ton. The reef is prospooting well; F. and" I. Kershaw have struck good stone in the claim south of Shepherd's reef, recently taken up by the/h. The claim had been abandoned for some years, previous. to their taking possession of it. The fact ofi thpir get ting on to payable stone eo soon. is' another instance of how careful prospecting was carried on the early days -of this filhi.; seems as if the former owners were looking for;gold with stone in it, not stone with goldl Shepherd's reef is still looking and prospeot-. ing well. Seymour is getting some nioe stone in the big reefou his claim. Mr. Wakefield has not yet left Dairy. Oreek for here;' the reason;"-it ii'believpd, is'that he is waiting for the Warden to put him it, posaessipa of his claim. Mr. J. Donnelly, of the Com mercial Hotel, Bilangendore, passed through here on Tuesday oi his ...
Garden and Field Calendar for March. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
GardeIon andt Field Calotnila;r Ior ilMarch. 1904 (B;, A. Lanadeaone, SeeLran a, Godbur,&n.) 'nut heavy rains dnring the m')nth have mis. 'ed us greatly; still leop,:horough oultivation will at times greately assist growth during a dry period. - We again urrge sowing iu drills, and adding some suitable fertilizer The expense in every way is less than in broadoast sowing. All crops to. provide winter feed should be sown at once. Cape BaIlev, rape, and rye are the bqst to with stand severe weather, and rape is ,exoellent for a cheap, yet effective green manure. Lucerne for a lasting crop musit not be neg. leoted. Prospepts are for a continuance of the pecular weather we have lately had. Some good rainfalls, fogs, and cool se - breezes. Hot at times, but early frosts likely. Kitchen Garden.-Sow Queen onion, cab. bnae of certain knd4, turnips of all kinds, leeks, spinach, lettnaa, kohl rnhbi, radish cress parsely, and a few cauliflower and broccoli. Plant out culiflowers, oxbbag...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
Popularity_ does not come by chance, it is the result of pains-taking efforts, long experience, and careful manufacture-thus YANKEE DOODLE TOBACCO is popularsince it fulfils all these conditions ' si: has fol its reward-the largest sale. You. can get Yankee Doodle in the plug or in tiris-Dark or Bright, or if you prefer it, a combination of both in ALL TIN AIRTIGHT. Y. D. MIXTURE. _ ,~ --- ~ , --Y-L- e M?ASCOTTE 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 Marcl, 1, and all who desireo to participate in such distribution. must send them in before_ that date, otherwise they will not be recognised. 1BOOMEIRANG( BRANDY. " The Resident Medical Officer.of a large Colonial Hospital writes :-Our patients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. 'It is a. very `Nourishing and Beneficial Stimulant." SELOME NUGGET O. ,BA C 0 THE BEST AMER...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
A. W. MonIArTY.] [E. 0. ArKINsoN. A. W. Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Commission Agents, 'ONAIRO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M kARbfti SALES WEEKLY at Land Yards.ds . AT BUiGCENDORI1 MONTHLY. Early entries invited. Furniture Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien'. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stock and ounsigning wool. Thomas Maxxwell, AUOTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION ACGI4NT, Moracro-Street, Queanbeca.n, Sales conducted in any part of the District. P,'OMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. Wo~DOa, Monaro street, Queanbeyan. J .- CORRESPONDENCE INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON, ;Next liungerford's Hlotel, .MfONVdRO.STI REET. Estimates given fur 'MARBLE, . S. GRANITE FR.EESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBIN G0, S Chnrges ModerMte. , " " " Old }York' Ronovatoel. Inscriptions Neatly I I ALL WOFK .OUARArTTR1D.?:,.. A . Don't forget tho New Address, near. tho?Bri~ge. A Ihony Horderin's Famous Low Pri...
Appeal by Country Storekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
Appeal by Country Storekeepers.. ON Monday the Country Storekeepers' Assoc. iation of New South Wales lodged an appeal in the Arbitration Court against the decision of the Registrar in refusing to grant that body registration as an industrial union of employers under the Arbitration Act.' It is expected that the matter will come before the the Court at an early date, and in the interim that the application of Messrs. F. Lassetter and Co., the Shop Assistants' Union and the United Grocers' Assistants' Union, for. a common rule, which had beer. set down for March 7, w!ll be djourned until the case is heard.
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1904. The War and Horse Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
WITH WIICH AREt INOOtRPORATED Queanbeyan Times, -Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1904. The War and Horse Breeding. ;EITHER if Jal an and Russia fight out the issue alone, or if others powers become emn broiled in the struggle, the termination of the war will largely depend on the respective mobility of the armies on the field. 'the de sire to retard the speedy transport of her enemy's troops has enlivened the naval ac tivitiee of Russia; and should the early re verses be repeated a long line of coast will be open for attacks from Japan who by re peafed attacks at different andremote points could so spread out the antagonistic army as to decrease its strength and make vulnerable many otherwise unassailable btrongholds. .The final stages of the war must be .deter mined by the operations of armies, and on the faciliti'es to quickly concentrate large bodies of men must depend the.victory. It is more the prospective advantage contained in being able to ...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
Tile Storyteller. [ 1e:., uon e orb . $uinle$ Side. OCHAPTER X.--CONTINUED The Doctor was so weighty in his utterance as he had meant to be, for the way in which Hubert and Ella, while sitting.quite quietly at some distance from each other, kept their eyes fixed each upon the other's face, as if devouring the dear features they had so longed to see, disconcerted and alarmed him. When he had . finished he turned impat iently to Hubert. With a clear voice, and a much calmer manner than the Doctor's Hubert took up the word. ' 1 hope,' he began, that no arguments of mine will be needed. There is no need for me to tell. Ella'-Mrs. Nelson began to figet-' that her welfare is dearer to me than any other consideration in the world. I quite understand the shrinking she must feel from bringint her affairs before ,the world. Unhappily, they are already b ore it, and it remains for us to do what we-oa to put right the most terrible wrong from wh:cb she issuffering,as faras we can. Icertai ly an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
Dyspeptic Debility CAUSED BY Nervous Shock. Cured, The Case of Mrs. E. PHILLIPS. (ar A SrowDN RIPORT-L.) The consideration we are held in is owlng to the effect which our personal qualities have on othere, for if these be great and exalted they will assuredly excite admira. tion. Usefulness to those in our proximity -rill always command esteem, especially if the service rendered is similar to that which lirs. Ilizaleth Phillips poeaks of in an inter. view which took p'eu at her residence at 71 Iclgine-strcel. llHaym'mirket. S" Th'rough falling off a horse which bolted whilst I was riding it," said Mrs. 'Phllilpse, " I sustainid cnnIussimio of the brain W\'hon piccll ulp I was IIuncL?miIiolots, oIf Lcou.rse', and wasI ta iklle to the Inemellst holnson, Wlhere lmy cmitlil in was f.mlii 1.' hie SI soerimis llt lt 'ii l n ,141 i t ..e litm llllu l fmml" f ior oienI t. 'The d4i :.lnlS nh'iom wai s o, riaml in 1) ellect, lit msill there w nn si;mi ol f nly health meidllig. SI wais ,1 fri....
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, MARCH 6. Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
oTcu Trcs sw:a vlcs2 SuxDay, Ma-ca 6. Church of England Queanbeyan-11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Barrs-3 p.m. Rev. W. M. WHITE, Minister. Canberra--ll a.m. Gundaroo-3 30 p.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Caholsic Queanbeyan-Mass 8.30, and t1 a.m. devo tions 7.30 p.m. REV. R. COLLENDER, Priest Presbyterian- Qaeanbeyan-Fellowahip Association, 10 a.m. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Bungendore-3 p.m. REV. W. M. SMITiT, R.A., Minister.in-Charge. Methodist- Queanbeyan-Il a.m. ar.d 7.30 p.m. Mr.- 0. W. Snuthwell (H.ll). Wattle Prk-11a-ll.m. Mr. . G Southwell. 7 p.m. Messrs. 1. Davis, G. Shue mack, and N. Southwell. Wocdfield-3 p.m. Mr. 8. Southwell (Wood burn,). Weetangera-3 p m Mr. G. Southwell. Majura-3 p.m. Messrs. E. Davis,' G. Shu. mack, and N. Southwell. - Rev. W. STEWAR?, Minister.
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
Local and General. THE hospital committee meeting was pro ceeding as we went to press. THE Federal Parliament was opened on Wednesday. THE early and final selection of the site for the Federal capital is proposed. ENGLAND won the fourth test match by 157 runs. Cooma Show on the 23rd and 24th of this &nbsp; month. PAUL, KRUGER is reported to be dying at Mentone. His mind is giving way. THE fifth test match--England v. Austra lia-will begin in Melbourne on 'Monday. THE Rev. J. A. Dowie is not receiving a good reception in Melbourne. His sojourn in Australia has not been very successrul. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON & Co., report that the wool market is practically without change. MR. G. MASSY'S The Palmist won the Temora Cup on Wednesday, carrying 9st. 12lbs. A BENEFIT social is advertised for the 16th instant, at Mrs. Feagan's, Googongs. The annual meeting of the Goulburn Racing Club will be held on the 24th and 25th instant. MR. T. MAXWELL'S Sutton sale takes place to.morrow a...
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
War S07s. LoNDooN Monday :-Thle Tukio correspondent of " The Times " states that 100 Japanese women, who have reached Nagasaki from Polt Arthur, declare that tho Russiau sold iers outraged nearly all, and stole their belongings. The Japanese infantry encountered the Russian cavalry northwarda s f Ping-yang, and after a sharp fusillade the Russians retired. Russian troops claim to have dispersed a detachment of Japanese 40 miles south of the Yalu. Korean soldiers in the neighborhood of Famhenug, a walled town on the east coast of Korea, have been attacked and dispersed by Russian troops. Reports from Seoul state that the Russians in Northern Korea killed a number of de fencolesn people, on the ground that Korea had allowed thebJapanese to conduct warlike operations in that country. Russia has agreed to the conditions res pecting the release on p tro!e of the troops rescued on the occasion of the Chemulpho fight. The Chafoo correspondent of the " St. James' Gazette" reports that a Jap...
P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
P. anm A. Association. AT a committee nieeting of the E. and A. Association held in the Shohol of.Arts on Wednesday morning to consider the tenders for the Show privileges, the following were accepted :--Gates--Mr. O. Flawes, £40 10s. (Mr. J. T. Oollett'e tender of £40 was second highest). Lnocheou--Mr. J. Thompson, £3, Publican's Booth-Mr. O. J. O'Rourke, as agent for Mrs. Harrison, £10 2s 6d, Fruit Stall-Mr. M Lazarus, £1 Is. It was decided that the local band consisting of 13 perform -re be engaged. The Queanbeyan Show opens on next hursday and Friday. Sheep. dog trials on following day. The entries are numerous, and a big attendance is expeoted. " METEOROLOGIOAL. - Readings 'for week ending to-day :-Barometer, 28"7, 288,' 29, 28 9, 29. 28"1. Thermom ter, maximum, 79, 84,85, 72, 79, 7', 73 ; minimum, 50, 60, 52, 53, 53, 46, 43. Rain, nil. During tunnelling operations in front of the Town Hall, in connection Nith the laying of the electric light cables, some grnesome. relics of ol...
OBITUARY. MR. RICHARD CURRAN, ÆTAT 58. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
OBITUARY. MR. RICHARD CURRAN, ÆTAT 58. A highly respected and very old resident of this district, in the person of Mr. Richard Curran, of Williamsdale, passed away on Wednesday morning. Mr. Curren endured a long and painful illness, the cause of death being an internal cancerous growth. He &nbsp; had complained of being unwell at frequent intervals for the past eighteen or twenty years, and it is said that the whole of the trouble was attributable to a kick received in the stomach from a horse. The ailment, however, had not been so eflective as to prevent him from discharging his duties as a maintenauce man (which vocation he fol- lowed for a number of years until last August, when he accidentally injured one of his legs with a pick. This trouble evi- dently rendered the patient weak, and the dreadtul malady which he succumbed to somewhat increased in virulence until the time of death. Deceased had been nuder the treatment of Dr. Blackall for a time, and afterwards visited t...
Miss Linda O'Hara. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 4 March 1904
Miss Linda O'Hara. WRITING from London to a friend in Glen Innes, Mrs. J. Moses gives some interesting particulars in regard to the doings of Miss &nbsp; Ljinda O'Hara, the young Glen Ines con tralto advised by Mme. Melba to proceed home fo a course of training. Almost im mediately after arrival, Miss O'Hara was invited to sing by Stanley, and he pronoun cei her voice, for volume, range, and quality as most extraordinary and remarkable. At Teneriffe, Miss O'Hara sang "Rock of Ages" during a service in the R. C. Cathedral, and though none of the congregation could apparently speak or understand English at the conclusion of the young singer's effort gathered round her delighted, and throngh an interpreter asked if she came from New. Zealand, and when they were informed she was an Australian they replied, " Good Good "
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, MARCH 13. Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904
b0wauoBr B navzo rs BSUNDA, MAncH 13. Church of England Q?uanulyan-- t a.m. a-,d 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. M1. WHITE, Miiaster. saberra--ll a.m. SLanyon-3 30 p.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Catholic , Qseanbeyan-Maes 8.30, and devotions 7.30 p.m. Tognranong-11 a.m. REV. R. COLLENDER, Priest Presbyteran Qu9sabeyan-Follnwahip Association. 10 a.m 7.30 p.m. Mr. John Gale Oanberra-3 p.m. Gundaroo--11 a.m. REV. W. M. SMITHI, R?A., Minister.in.Oharge. Metodist Qusanbqyan-11 a.m. ar.d 7.30 p.m. Mr. John Gale. Parkwood-Thursdsy 7.30 p.m. Rev. Wm. Stewart. Wattle Park-11 a.m. Mr. C. W. 8outhwell. 7 p.m. Mr. S. 8outhwell (Wood. burn). Wordlleld-3 p.m. Messrs. P. Davi,, G. Shu. mack, and N. Southwell. Ray. W. STEWART, Minister.
The Final Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904
The. Final Test liatclh. .,TiE fifth toet Match between the Anstralians and the Englishmen com.enoud at Mel bourne on, Saturday.' Gehrs was substituted. for.. E. Gregory in the Australian team, and the English side was the same as in Sydney. The? Anstrali isa' first innings to. talled 247 runs, Trumper top:scoror witbh 88. The E?iglishmen, in their first innings went out for 61 runs. Up'to drawing of slumps yesterday evening.the.AustraliaeL1 inu. their second innings, had lost three wickets for 13 runs. The play is much retarded by houvy rains. Two farther eases of p!ague are reported from Cairns (Q.). litse, are dying there in hundreds. The Minister for Defence thinks that the Centennial Park would bn the mst suitable site for new barracks. It is rexpoted that the autumn meeting rf "the V.U.O. will result in a loss of about £3000. ILast year thie loss wa4 £3300. . The l?Lv. J. A. D.,wie arrived at AMount Lofty, 8.A. from Melbourne on Saturday. He denies that he said all Methodiste ...
Local Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904
Local Indlustry. INTENDINO purchasers of anything in the vehicular line will do well to inspect Mr W. Snow's exhibits at the allow on Thursday and Friday. Mr Snow has four entries one single bu-rgy and three sulkies-all of which have been entirely counstructed in his shop, in Monaro Street. Since opening bus. iness in' this town AMr Snow has gained a wid repulation for his honest work, and a pnrchaser of a vehicle of his make can de pend upon obtaining good value. We have been shown two vehicles recently painted in this shop, which are a credit to the painter for workmanship and skill.
BURRA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904
BURRA (Fnim a CGreasp'mndent). WED.NESDAY last was a dAv that.will long be remembered by the res?idents of the Burrs. A picnic was lihld in the park, the procerds of which wjll he dvrvtted .t!,anumetlnt the funds of. the round. Thoedey wnas all that. could be desired.;. warm aitd sunny with a clear clondlees sky. The park presented a v ry pretty picture, when about a hundred persons turned up,'to which abright app.ecr ance was given by tholadies in 'uright cost umes. Th. first event was a ladies' foot racp, the prize being a silver, mounted riding w hip. All seemed anxious to win this useful article, but the lucky lady was Miss Dolly McNitm are who displayed her atletio powers wonder fully. The firs: bicycle lace was w6n by lMr W Kennedy, of Oarwolla,anl the second by' Mr. D. Bandon. - The'honour of the best lady's and gientle man's hacknies fell to the lot of MMisse Dand: Mr. J McNamara. The) pair being.s wells matched stylish chestnut, Fast trotting horse, Mr'. H. Beaty, and best ...