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A FANTASY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

'A FANTASY The seens is a brilliantly-lighted ball-room. Any number cf people well known in sooiely, hittorr action, politios, aud legend, are dancing to the enchanting strains of the last popular walb, and otherwise exporting themselves in approved bill-toom fashion. Ths /allowing «re selected fragment* of the con versation. Hamlet, Prince «f Denmark leisurely waltzing trhh Mra Ormitton Chant). Dreadfully hot iu her*, isn't it? , His Partner. Awfully hot Hamlet. Make* a Johnny feel q'lito chippy, thi» aort of thing. 1 Hit partner. AwfuUy chippy. | Hamlet. Don't you think it would bo ratber jolly to go outside and get : His Partner. Awfully jolly. [Exeunt to tbe Conservatory. The Oeisha (following tho Noble Pane and hie fair escort with joaloui »yee). Well I I can't think how that girl can behave so. This is the seventh time this evening she hat been out into the conservatory, to my sertain knowledge. I call it aimpH lusgraceful. e ; 'John Ward (preaoher). Weil, well r*ung folks wil...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

SALE! SALE! SALE! Prior to STOCK-TAKING. Pgy W72H ^ A. Jk /* A ^ Must clear their Huge StocV 5 1/ 'Mill jfett/l VAti of DRAPERY, CLOTHING . W B. Ivlll flllil 3 VI I BOOTS, MILLINERY, and ♦ 3W/+ ?/??? fillff VV1» fancy* GOODS, bWon Their A'«naJ Stock-Taking. 5s in the £ Refunded on all Cash Purchases of £1. 25 per cent. Discount off all Goods in the above Departments. Bargains Everywhere. Alf Lines Reduced and Marked in Plain Figures to quit our Heavy Stocks. GEOCERIES AT COST DURING THE SALE ! FENCING WIRE, BARB WIRE, GALV. IRON, BUILDING MATERIALS, TOOLS, OILS & PAINTS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FURNITURE! ? '-—- ? at XjCTW SALS PK/IOBSI 0^' Accounts paid Monthly will be allowed the benefit ot our GENUINE LOW PRICE.0. N-T^k Don't Forgot our Competition for Boj'» »n4 QlrlM. A WATCH eub to the BOT ani If OIBIi andar 14 who forms tie Oreatut Somber of Words out of ? JL)« BciLXi'S o-EisrxniirB sale. Mita to b« sent to na not later than 96th F«1-raax7, to be jndffea 07 Don't Forget t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

General News. While the Czar and Czarina were parti cipating in the blessing of tlie waters of the Neva an iron bullet penetrated one of Uie windows of Nicholas Hall. It is officially explained -haF a charec of shrapnel instead of a saluting charge was fired from a gun belonging to one of tlie batteries. After gun practice on Tuesday a loaded shell was inadvertently left in the gun. There are sinister rumours in St. Petersburg that the incident is tlie out come of a military conspiracy, and all connected with the battery have been arrested. Cootamundra P., A., and H. Committee decided to ask the Government to pro hibit the sale of phosphorus to others than authorised persons, and that the poison for the destruction of rabbits be manufactured under expert supervision. The carelessness and inexperience of those manufacturing rabbit poison from phos phorus, and the indiscriminate use of the same in its inflammable 6t»te, are thought to be the principal cause of tlie fires throughout th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

CHAS. BUEN, -^^PE/ACTIOAL TAILOR, MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN. * £V-K*TiM.lKiiED 1889] A Splendid Assortment of Summer Goods in Stock. / Latest Fashions. Perfect Fit. Good Workmansliij). Unequalled in the District. Prices to Suit Everyone. Wantedto Buy STAUNCH QDIET PONV for Sntty. Or en*ange*3-|i»efal Horse. Kft^«»«Tlll«TEiniMnHEt- '

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

THE MARKETS. Produce. The following quotations refer only to the wholesale trade : Wheat— Shipping, quiet at3'4tO3/4^ ; milling, 3/5. Chickwbcat: Prime, 2/n}4 to 3/i,S ; medium, 2/6 to 2/8 per bushel. Flour.-City roller, /-8/I0/ to /8/15/ ; country makes, /'S to ,£8/5/ ; Manitoba, /?'3 to /13/15,' per '-'-? J'ollard 1/3 par bushel. Bran.— /9 per bushel. Maize. — Local : Northern river, prime yellow 2/8 to 2/10 ; southern, 2/10. Vic torian : 2/11 ; white, 2/10 per bushel. Oats.— Tasmanian : White feed, choice 2/7 ; prime 2/4 to 2/6. Melbourne : Al gerian, 1/10J4 per bushel. Peas.— Blue, 4/6 to 4/9 ; grey, market bare Barley.— Cape, 2/3 to 2/5 ; English, 2/4 ; feeding sorts, 2/o)i per bushel. Chaff.— Choice, £ 3/19/6; prime, /3/5/ to £i\\o\ per ton. Lucerne.— Hunter River : Choice dry ere™! /3/«°/ t° /3/I5/ ; old summer 'ay. ^a/15/ to £2 ; inferior, ^2/10/. At Redfern : jf 3 per ton. Oaten hay. — Melbourne : Hydraulic pressed, prime, /'3/I0/, medium jCl to /C3I5. Local : Prime rack, /...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

At the cycling carnival 'Ellegaard beat Parley in Ibe deciding heat of the special match. Lawson won the Summer Wheel Race after a determined finish with Elle gaard. The mile handicap was won by Clarke, the winner of the Austral Wheel Race. The 230 yards smimming champion etrtpof the State was won at Drummoyne by B. Keran, of the training ship Sobraon, in 2 min. J3secs. The Miister for Lands has cabled to Dr. Danysz, of the Pasteur Institute, Paris, asking on what terms 3ie will come here and inquire into the question of rabbit extermination. London underwriters fear that the Japanese may capture 50 British ships approaching vladivostock, wbicli arc in sured for /s.ooo.ooo. An enormous mass of rock which fell into Lake Bergen, in Norway, caused a wave 20ft. high it swept the neighbour hood, and drowned 59 persons. The Dutch steamer Wilhelmina, carry ing Cardiff coal to VUdirostock, has been captured by the Japanese. ?. - The first exchange of prisoners has been arnuiged between the ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEANBEYAN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

QUEANBEYAN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting was held on Thursday evening last. Present : Aldermen Hungerford (Mayor), Dr. Blackall, Atkinson, Pike, Knox, and Hincksman. Mr. T. Buttle wrote requesting that the Council make him* an allowance in connection wiffi his position as poundkeeper, and the letter was allowed to stand over. Mr. J. E. Monk notified the Council that the Common fence awaited inspection. Financial report showed a credit balance in the lighting account of £63 14s, and park account .£5 16s. the general account showed a debit balance of £4 16s nd. Accounts were nassed for nav ment: General, £16 17s ad ; light ing, £7 9s 4d. Mr. A. Mclnnes applied for a 1 slaughtering license, and the appli- 1 cation. w«s referred to the Ucensing-^ conimlttee, . fe was also Mr. A^H G'NeUl's ap .Ucation for a $&& in^llli ^^^^J^B were,;tefeijred one inspector. jflH ' .The^Mayb referred to the B»s|^B Fires J&ad;^ c[ mentioned that a 1°PS eal co&...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

\ ARE CLEARING THEIR Entire Stock of Groceries and Hardware ^_AT COST PRICE !_-. Every Article must be sold to mate room for Huge Consignments of DRAPERY, now on the water. « We will Stock ONLY Drapery, Millinery, Boots and Shoes Fancy Goods ^ After this CLEARANCE SALE. : $ All Groceries and Hardware Will be bought for our Clients, on a Commission Basis, by our Mr. T. WOODGER, who has just completed arrangements for carrying out of same. Wonderful Savings will be effected, and Wonderful Bargains Will be now offered to induce the speedy Clearance of Stock. | Our Drapery & Millinery Business Will be continued under the manage ment of Mrs. WOODGER. ® All Accounts Overdue Must be SETTLED AT ONCE, or .... . satisfactory arrangements made, other /''.'. .wise thcy-will. bejjanded tp our solicitor S - ..? . , for collection. 'V;-' y .- ? i~~'^'''~:. Fifty-five Slillling-s Neat 24 JbJ V -bJB: '^S&B'QS&Bi iBOTTQ-JECT -A. BU1T X.ITC'F1 TBCISI ? m It's a nice all-wool ma...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

rfTORBB QQTBL ' BUSINESSES - on jiS PartlcnUrBonappticatioa. : . ' ^ -: * JOBTET 3=L U JTTJbiii, : ' j Auctioneer and Ccnunisiloa Agent,- ' % BDKGEOTJORB. . ' -M

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUNGAHLEEN RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

GUNGAHLEEN RACE MEETING. On Saturday last the above race meeting eventuated most success fully; The attendance was \iry large, abont 500 people being pre sent. Mr. Jas. Rolfe acted as judge; Mr J. Grady, starter; Messrs Clemen jer, Hazlett, and Rolfe, handicap' rers ; while Mr. E, G. Crace per 'onned the duties of secretary. Mr Circuit Was present, and rendered ;bod assistance. Mrs. Hollings .vorth had a publican's and luncheon x-oth on the ground, and fan a brisk rade. Several of the events were very keenly contested, the fields being numerous in almost every case. The meeting was held on the Bandi coot Plains. The various events resulted as under : — Opening Handicap, ]i mile, Hazlett's Dundee ? 1 Maloney's Fairy ? 2 Circuit's Lyddite ? 3 Other starters : Garry Owen, Rose Bay, Zara. From a straggling start, Rose Bay led for the first furlong, when he was supplanted by Dundee, who maintained his lead to the finish, close pressed by Fairy and Lyddite. Time, 58#secs. GUNGAHLEEN HANDI...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 January 1905

Stock.RealEstate.&fiehBral .,..;. ?;,^H»yfljB|opF.«M»: . . ? ? PRINCESS»LPaRFECT CREAM * r .,. SEPAEATORS, Portable) andStatibnary 2&eam and ^??;vi-..--..-..V;*H)UBBgiatB, ,?::?:-: r.. ^^resbing. Machines, trigation . ;£.z »..?/.. ,-. r.-JOaqts; ,??. -!„..;?.. .. farm Implimthts and Machinery of all kinds. ©FMCRi.. Opposite the Pott Office.

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Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

BB»p. At Homebush on Monday, the sum.lv 476s7ridaivd-1rbs wassnu''- »»H fe^wpnmes.aiKlanuB.berofi.cdidmand Best crossbred wethers ics iod ,„ 12S. ? ''' *' ^»s- °'»ers irons i^m^° ^^ l6s9d- Sood iSs to ^oMjr.sr '*? lieht {rom «» Merido ewes, one small lot, 13s ,d Jl ?*' Were Peoned- Thedemaad

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

Wool. fulTvtn^^ ?rtne-1 ?''? P^es bein ^11} equal to last week's closing rate ^oureds continued to meet with an™ Among the lots sold were :— AC over Qneanbeyan, 4 bales at ro''-f v 5 .*-' '=*? «ver m«, 14 biles at II «J KB over Rosedale, 4 bales at 124/d 4d°nride)G«v«B/dore,'&at j JoJ/j] ? -- ? ? ' - — ? ? o'™*«w*»-r*' ixucs at 6WwerCoomit,49bal«at*-.va,4ai \ 4i °V' ByWOng' 4 ''^ '* 9Kd, s at

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

I THE MARKETS. T«s following quotations refer only to the wholesale trade : Wheit.^jS!iipt-lng,daliat3/4to 3/454; rtnmg.M. ffickwheat; Prime, 2/8^ meaium, alsfi per bushel. ' '' ™^-~S!ty rolIer- Jf8,'»o/ to ^8/iS, ; A.S?'^68' ^ t0 ^8/5/ ! Manitoba^ £J i? £W*3l iw ton. ^ Pollard /io to lid per bushel. Bran.— /8 per bushel. Oato.-Tasmanian ; White feed, choice '17; pnme 2/7 to a/9. Melbourne : Al genan.j/u per bushel. I leas—Blue. 4/6 to 4/9; grey, market perJbrXlCaPei^iEngiiS'1'a/4tO2'5 iftlCCnie.— Hnn*M- D!»b». rt._:u j ? Oaten Hay.-Melboame : Hydranlfc Wr £t!ioh n'di'» ^ - Cheese.-Prime loaf, /jw to 16 ; soft QWS?. /7'per Fb ' m ' ! K«»e™k« H.^t J1''1*'''- AtRedfem: From Ai? £rH' ^ t0.n- T'«'»--i»-i : Red^ skins /9 ; whit, ?klruij ^g/lo/ ton. CU-n'i: Gl0be £' V' Butter.- Selected choice dry makes «, t°/9X; pnme 8)4 to /Si/ ? .. ? \J quality, /8 per Ib. ' ' ' ' ' ? u Bacon.— Best facton-, flitches /6 to 16 '4 SSfc' ' 7-S l° 'h '% '6 to «« ! York Castle, mild-cured, sides 1614 to 63,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

The Customs revenue received at Sydney on Saturday amounted to £8ig5. * * * Tiiis month tlie State will be debited witU^oooashershare of about ^40.000 to be expended for military purposes I * * * The Butter Commission's nest report will show that produce freights for Aus talia }1eld the dapping companies /3S0,oooayear, of which the companies which carry the mails get the lions share * * * Temperatures were generally high on Saturday, and some high readings were * * * Mr. G. E. Brodie, who is inquirinc into £ bT^ {°r reliCfin «*i^e 5 the bush fires, recommends the establish ment of a permanent calamity fund. * * * Another case of plague has been dis corered at UJmatra, the vicUm being James Donaldson, an emp,Oy« „ . '^ , A contract has been let by the Go«rn mentforthe erecUon of a new hW, at Parliament House, to cost £463 '^ , ? ^ Ez tet war. I call it jnunk.w There yon htv it plain an1 Baf J«loa'«*aiittogonofuider -JJf ^TMtyment fer thet ; God huatAso plBBipan' iairly. It's along ct...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

QUEANEEVAK. ?- C. Hihcksman, l--'|j|||f- ,, J^Judley, to.*,, b Hollaad. Jf ?* '' ™? C. Sraitli, bHndsoa. ;'.. ' ' -'r ???' :'*.*i' :'?„? H, Willis, retired '' '' '-f. E. Land, retired ... '' '' „ F. Jeffries, b Blundell ? , B. Fallick, b Campbell Z Z o L. Knox, run out ... ' A. Richardson, b Campbell ... ' a I [ K.Richardson, c Butt, b Campbell J C. Richardson, c Blundell b Camr beil ? o[ A. Holland. cPallerenn kr...!..!.'' R. Goddard, ,,ot out ? ' ™''~ ? ' Sundries ..'. Z Z. ° Total ? - ... ^j

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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IN THE STUDY. ASTHMA. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

H73BSfOT- ASTHMA. I. I may begin l-y remarking WuA, ot itself, asthma is, a very curious disease. It is an ailment which is decidedly of the nature of a spaem. It comes on as a rule quite suddenly, lasts a given time, and goes off again almost as quickly. While the spasm is present the patient seems literally to gasp for breath. H« is on the verge of suffoca tion, aad his appearance might well provoke pity in the hardest heart. Then suddenly the attack passes off, and he is quite at ease and will !ie well and healthy till the next attack seizes him. Now in all this we »ee something, I gay, of the nature of spasm. Asthma is called a ' spss modic' disease on this account What it doeB to us is pretty wel understood. The lungs contain ii thoir interior the four branches of thi windpipe, which we call the air-tubee or bronchial tubes. It is the duly of these tubes to carry the air we breathe into all parts of the lung,- so that the air-cells of tho lung (in the bloodvessels of which our ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELECTED VERSE. THE KOOKABURRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

9 * SELECTED VERSE. j»J TUB X0OXABUSBA. On the topmoft litub of the tallest gum That overlooks the earth, Where the crash of war is a droning hum, Where race and toil and niirth Alike appear through the distance dim Like drifting specks of chaff, From the farthest end of the topmost limb Comes the kookaburra's laugh. He sat on his perch through ages long When dull grey Chaos reigned ; God paused at the sound of his joyful As the first faint morning waned. As He turned His hand to again devote To His wondrous handicraft, The kookaburra swelled his Uirottt And laughed, and laughed, and laughed. He had roared when the mad-drunk comets' play The stem, staid stars did shock ; He was there when they dashed through the Milky Way And ran through the skies amok ; To Space were their victims reckless cast, To die in the boiling hiss ; But never in all the ages past Had he met a joke like this. That God should stir from his home sub' To toil on a j lanet lone Was a thing that never the tales o...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

Cricket. I On Wednesday last a ju venile match was played at Woden between Mr' F Campbell's team ' and Mr. Carr-boyd's team, 14 aside, and resulted in a win ior me yueanbeyau boys by 118 runs. Bowling for Quean bevan, E. Land secured 10 i [wjekets for I2 rails. For Queanbeyan, Willis, 61 Hincksman 33, and Land 31, were the princiDal scnrorC Dl-XTROOK. A. D. aunptell, c Hincksman h Smith G. Patterson, l.b.w. b U:.d .'.' .'.' , — . Blundell, c Hincksman, b Land... 6 -. Butt, bLaud ..' '' '' £ E. Hudson, b Land I — . Mayo, b Laud ... ... ' ° -? Cunningham, b Land ... '' . -. Rj-an, b Land ' — . Anderson, run out -. Jeffrey, st. Willis, b Land F. Holland, c Fallick b Jefihes ... o — . Scott, c Hinctsman, b Laud 6 — . DeSmet, not out Sundries \' ' ''' ,? — 'o\ To^ ? ^-f::'^

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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BROOKER'S LAST BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

BROKER'S LUST BUBGLAE For some con»!8erable time I had known that old Joe Brooker was a ret rod burglat. I don't think any one else in our sleepy little Tillage suspected that the quiet old man who lived by himself ia his pretty cottage aud spent tho greater part of each day in the cuHiv&tion ot his garden was anrthintr other than he mataniad to be, a retired shopkeeper who had disposed of a snug little business in a J-ondon suburb to a rajiacious railway company, and who had come to this secluded spot to spend his savings and his declining years in comfort. I had believed this commonplace story for some time, but I chanced to turn up a newspaper out ting in my ecrap-book that eet ins thinking. I am a humble follower oC the great goddess Literature, and I keep a tjook in which I paste any paragraph of police court or other intelligence that strikes me as peculiar and suitable for working into my stories. I was idly turning over the leaves of this book one day, when I noticed...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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