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DISTRICT COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

DISTIRICT COURT Hardy v McA!ister. Claim for £25. Mr Woodward, who appeared for defendant, stated that his client was agreeable to pay the amount plus three guineas cost in four equal two-monthly instalments, with interest added at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, first payment to be made on the 9th May Granted. Garnishee order. Messrs P. C. Hill and another applied for a garnishee order against Patrick McNama ra for £39 9/ . McNamara deposed to owing Mr. M. McNamara some £50 in connection with a land transaction. A garnishee order for £39 9/ was granted the p'aintiffs on this amount. BREACH OF COXTRACT. A. W Scott, of ]lraidwood 'proceeded against Arthur Brassey of Acton, Canberra, for the recovery of £200, which amount the plaintiff is alleged to have lost !hrough the non-delivery of sheep. Mr. Millard for plaintiff and Mr. Garra way ftor defendant. Angustusa William Scott deposed: Ie member 7th August last. I met Thomas Maxwell that day and proceeded with him to Acton. I 'there ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

Hospital Meeting., TaU monthly committee mretiug of the Queanbeyan Distric: Hospital was held last Friday aftrrnoon. Tholre were prevent: Messrs. F. Campb'ell (presihlei.t), iludeon, Cunningham, Jeffreys, Grra ay, Dunlop, O'Hanlon, D)r. Bb ckall, and the sc retary. A letter frmin Mr. Crriansy was read intimating that ho was in receipt of the sum of ten goaieas front t:he executors of the will of the late Mr. Thomas Whitehead, J.P., which sum was for presentation to the Hospital. Mlr. Dutnlop moved, and Mr. Hudson seconded, that the secretary thank the executors of the said gentleman's will through Mr. Gnrrawny-Carried. The financial statement showed a credit balance of £148 4s Id to the general .c count, and £22 lls to building account. The ollowing ocounts were passed for payment -Matron's salary, £6 13s 4d; Miss Cathew, 17s 4d; patients' fees, £13 14s 2d; P. C. Bill & Son £1 4s; Elliott Bros. 10s 3d; Melbourne " Argus" 11s 2d; Gabriel, 6a The medical report showed that at ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dowieism [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

I? ': :- ·Do?? ?eism SAT Mr. Dowie's service last Thursday in the Z on Tabernicle, Melbourne, there was a li ely scene, d spite the fact that there were hlut' ii "ft w. I'u died petsons present. Mr. Dowie was' indulging in a h.bitter tirade against miniet re of Methodist denominations hand indoing so blamed.clergymen of this following for h ving supplied the press with an account of one of his meetings. The ao:ount in question be stigmatised as erron. eons, and in heo.ted tones continued: " All Methodilts are liars. The worst liar in America is a Methodist parson If in future I find a Methodist palson oomidg to any of my meetings I shall have him kept out!" Upon hearing this a Methodist mil ister stood up and asked for a reptiti.n "'f the statement. Walking'o the edge of the platform and pointing to the person in question, Mr Dowie shrieked :" Who areyou that-dares to inter rupt mu ? I suppose you are a Methodist aar son." The olergyman acquiesced as to the impu tation. and explaine...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden and Field Calendar for March. 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

lGari~den td Field Calrnilair f;,' March1 1904 (B:, A. Lanld,uae, Seel.nm te, Gal,dbrn, ) fire hle.vy rains dnring the monl.h have mis ,ed us grently; still'deop,tlhorpugh cultivation will at times greately dssist growth during a dry period. \Vu again urge sowing in drillP, and adding some suitable fertilizor The expense in every way is less than in brondoast sowing. All crops to provide winter feed should be sown at once. Cape Barley, rape, and rye" are the best to with stand severe weather, and rapo is excoellent for a cheap, yet effective greeo1" manure. I.ucerno for a lasting crop must not be neg Irlted. Prospects are for a continuance of the prcular weather we have lately had. Some good rainfalls, fogR, and cool so - breezee. Hot at times, but ear!y frosts likely. :Kitchen Garden.-Sow Queen onion, cab. bave of certain k;nds, turnips of all kinda, leeks, spinrch, lottuse, kohl rabbi, radish cress parsely, and a few cauliflower and broccoli. Plant out cauliflowers, cabbage, potat...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

Our Shiow. PRES "NT iudicetions pioint to a esccessful exhibition. The numb r of entries, though not quite so large as was a few 'weeks ago anticipated, compare very favourably indeed with previoun"years,.the total number being about 650. In the horse and she p sections, for which theiientries number- 177 and ''l04' respectively, the same enthusiasm apparently prevails as in former years; in faot"the en. tries.of ponies and brood-meres excel a`iy thi' g'exhibite for., a 'number of.yearRsin. Queaubeyan. In the"- sheep section the ntrnies number 104, and, needless~ to say, almost every breed 9f sheep in the district will be represented.'. In.. this section..as in most others, the-exhibitors areaill residents of this and the -surroundirg districts. In the flower section the number of entries are 17; plain and fancy work and fine arts, 46; school work, 65; industrial, 13 ; cattle, 38'; ?fruit, 12; garden produce, 26; and miscel laneoos, 100. Every section of the above 'compares well wit...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. The public are allowed to express their opinions in this Column providing all correspondence is signed by the writer—not necessarily for publication. At the same time, we wish it to be clearly understood that we do not endorse the opinions of those who so make use of i.—Editor Q. A. "NOT SUFFICIENT FUNDS." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

Open Column. The public are alloo-cd to expres their opirnions in this Column prcviting all co rsponle .ce is oi;ne I by the writer-not necessarily for publicatio: At the ramte time, we wish it to be clearly undcrstoot that we do not endorse the opinions of those ?h so make use of i. Editor Q.A. " NOT SUFFICIENT FUNDS." TO THE E;;IT, R. SIR,-It is an instructive commentary on the hoaUtful langnage employed by the Govern ment until within the last few months that the chief offender, Mr. O'inllivan, finds himself practically compelled to cat his words, and to ccnmmence a system of re treuchment even more drastic than that which he so vigorously announced on the part of Mr. Reid. He has set the evil example of undertaking the connection of public works not immediately required, at A heavy maximum of cost, and subsrquently abandoning them in an incomplete condi tiou. At the same time he is endeavouring -with a view to placate the Labor Party to make The Fitzroy Dock a political success ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1904. The War. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

WITrrH WHIOl AR INOORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. . TUEDAY, MAROR 8, 1004 The War. 'A first sight there would appear to be noa " ogy between the present position of RlEsia S-?"the East, and the situation of Great Bri tain during the early stages of the Boer war. The remoteness of the'centres of both nations from thebase of hostilities and the necessarily slow transport. of troops. provide points of similarity. According to the most trust. woithy estimates the European power can not at present have more than 150,000 fighting men in the East, whereas the best evidence exists for'believing Japan to be in possession ot half a million armed soldiers. *But there the analogy ceases. Where the heart of the Empire throbbed behind the Bri'iah military authorit:es %. ho directed the African campaign, Eussia is niw menanced with disaffcction and threatened, if pres sure for war funds be put on the peasants, to be ruptured with revolution. How long ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

Local and General. BArLAr.AI won both the Collector Hand icap, and the Flying Handicap at the Collec tor races last Saturday.. THE coming State election is expected to be the keenest. and most momentous political struegle of the past 20 years. , CATALOGUES of the show may be purchased at''tho 'AE etfice after 4 p.mn. on Thrs'aday and on. the show ground on Friday. THERe are 2,050 entries for the Goulburn Show, which takes place on the 17th, 18th and 19th instant. This constitutes a re:ord'. Tee Royal Commission appointed to re port upon the declining birth-rate of this State disoloses a grave social condition, They estimate that the State has by preventable. canees lost 260,000 inhabitants within ,reo I cent years. -]N winning the fourth -teat match last' week the Englishmen won the rubber, which had not been done by an English team. in Australia since the season 1894-5. Mn. W. H. WHEATLEY, of Goulburn, has sold about 180 aged ewes for Mr.- A. R. Maple-Brown of Gnndary" at 358. The ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

Dyspepsia. A B 1D TIME OF SUFFERINC. An Eight Years' Permanent Cure, The Case of Mr. F. BROWN. (rY OUR REPORTIKR) The serious student and the casual reader alike will find much to interest them in the subjoined statements, which were made by Mr. Frederick Brown, of Henley-street, North Botany. " Even when quite a young man," said Mr. Brown, " I was a great sutlerer from Indigestion; and many of the residents of Bot.any. where I have lived for the past selven years, know that it wap not through carelessness or inattention on my part that I could not get rid of my wretched com. plaint, for I tried nearly all the medisines in the country, besides taking those pre scribed for me by doctors. Had I neglected to treat my ditordtrs, like some people do, I would only have had myself to blame, but as I made so many attempts to get well I thought it was very hard lines indeed that I could get nothing to do me good." t " Your futile efforts must have been very discouraging; but what were your c...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

TO CYCLISTS. WXTE have ander Special Offer ONE MASSY W E. HARRIS (highest grade) BICYCLE, which we will diispose of within Seven Clear Days for £22-Cash or Terms. The Company's Price for this machine ts £25 cash and £27 on terms. The machine will come diroct from tha Sydney wsrehouaa. Intending purchasers call . and inquire S,.. OAY & GALE. WE KEEP oEVERYTH ING 7B In our S Iroinmonogery i D and GROCERY DEPARTIIENTS, 2 o 0 SPC. Hi ll £S on Daeire to Draw Spao'al Attention to their ;o '1 0 o We--O ON EE 1A?. D. Buildzng Materials of all kir.ds Timber f every description Best Galvan ised Irow, Glatering, etc. Barb and Fencing IWire Wire Netting Rock Salt Window Sashesand Doors Carpenters' Tools o .Kitchen and Household Utensils of every Descriptio v.' ,.11 ofe 1a 11 ve ot` et 01) . I 1T4 QUEANBEYAN. FURNITURE. Our BIG CATALOGUE illustrates over 1000 pieces of UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE and is the RECOGNISED. . • FURNITURE CATALOCUE of the States. ASK TO SEE IT! Your local Storekeeper...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ULCERATED WOUND FOR SEVEN YEARS Promptly Healed by Zam-Buk. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

ULCIERATED,WOUND FOR ISEVEtN YEARS Promptly Healed by Zimu-Buk. " WmILE working on the spring Creek Dig gingos," says Mr. J. B. Harpur, of Carthage Street, Tamwortb, N.S.W., "a particle or stone flew and struck me on the face., The wound became ulcerated, exuded a contin nal flow of matter and would not heal... The wound remained thus for about seven years, although during that time I applied many ointments and lotions advertised, but `which failed entirely. Zam Buk was brought under my notice, and [ purchased a pot. The result of the first few applications was a revelation of Zam-Buk's healing and sooth ing qualities, and before the pot was finished the wound was quite healed. I wilt never miss an opportunity of recommending Zam? Buk as an invaluable healing balm." Zam Bak the Great Herbal Healing Balm, is a speedy cure for piles, ringworm, eczema, sore legs, boils, running sores, barcoo, rheumatism noeuralgia, etc. As an Embrocation for strained muscles and tendons, Zam-Bak, rubbe...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

Wa'r NTowa. LoNDON THURSDAY.--Advices from Ying-kow state that 500 Chun chutes, armed with Maniulicher rifles, attacked a Iinssian post near New-chwang, and were repulsed with a loss of 87. The Russian c sualties in the engagement numbered 42.Re-inforcements sunbs-qently arrived The bodies of 50 Japanese have been washed ashore near wei-hsi-wei. They are supposed to have belonged to the gu'boat which sank ontside Chefoo. Viceroy Alexeieff telegraphs that recou naisances by the Russian, cruisers and torpedo boats have failed to discover the enemy's vessels wihtin a radius of 60 miles of Port Arthur. General Pflug, Russian Staff-officer in Manchuria, estimates that there are 1000 Japanese at Ping-yang, Korea, where the Chinese were defeated in September 1894. Advices received in \Vashington state that the Japanese are preparing to land on the Liaotung peninsula, and will begin the in. vestment of Port Arthur in a fortnight. The conduct of the Japanese in Korea has won the confidence a...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

The Storyteller. 1he 'Rouge or the ure. sidse. CHAPTER X.-CoONTINTED As for her second dress, the one which Lucette insisted she would want for the CKutsal, the Frenchwoman called it' a dream,' while to Babh'herself it was so-alarm ing in its magnificence that she declared she would never have courage to wear it. It was a cream embroidered muslin to be worn over pale-pink silk, ard it was trimmed with ali t'e black velvet, and to ke worn with black chip hat resting on a half.wreath of pink roses. 'It will look as if I weoe trying to out, dress those women,' suggested Barbara with horror. ' My dear,' said Lucette sagely, shaking her head, ' ven youe shall see dem on de yacht, you vill find it impossible for you to dn dlt.' And soBarbara found,on the' day appointed for that'start, when shoe and Hube t and Lucette embarked in the Hon Harbonr on the steam-pinnaco that was to take" them to the yacht, which was, called'"The. Firefyl and nas the pinnace drew near the eyes of its orcupants ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

: It Condition is a very serious matter in Cut Tobaccos. S .A } We often: see good leaf spoilt through being packed in i:ns that are not air 111 I tight. Cut Tobacco should open up in is l perfect condition, ready for the pipe, neither too dry nor too moist. NKEE Tobacco bOODLE S is packel in Patent Air-Tight Tins, and i is positively guaranteed to open up fresh and sweet. It is also sold in Plugs - iii [Dark and Bright-and to those who prefer j a Mixture, 've can honestly say that no better Lixture is sold than -. "Y.D." Mixture. SAsk your Tobacconist. rrwar-ro wro-x-z ;s. MIASCOTTE 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 o n March 1, and all who desire to participate in such distribution must send them in before that date, otherwise they will not be recognised. BOOMERA.NG BRANDY:.. "The le?sidont Medical Officer of a large Oolonial Hospital writes:...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

A. W. MonuorY.] [E. G. ArwIsoN. A, W. Moriarty & Co. -'Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Commission Agents, '8ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARiKrd BALES WEEKLY at Land Yards. AT BUNGENDORE MONTHLY, Early entries invited. Furniture Sales as arranged. Advanoes made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trueking Fat Stock and consigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION A.GENT, Mor,caro-Street, Queanbeyalcn. Sales conducted in any pirt of the D.atriot. P/OMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. WoDoazt, Monaro. street, Quennheyan. S ConnIIERi'ONDENOE INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON, .Next Inungerford's lhotel, AfONARO.SI2'REET. Estimates given for MARBLE, - GRANITE nd FREESTONE MONUMENr3, KERBIN Gs, land IRON RAILINGS. Charges Moderat .. ý?' -"- Old Work Renovated. s;" ' I Iueaorlptlons Neatly (t ALL Worn OUARAINTEED, ' Don't forget, the Now Address, near the Bridge. .........-- :" e ao'- ' Anth...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

BUNGENDORE THE first half-holiday under the Early Closing Act for this town, was last Wednes day afternoon. Some business people now   appear to think that Saturday afternoon would be the more preferable, and it is likely that after nine months a change to that day will be effected. A young girl was thrown from a horse near the town on, Tuesday afternoon, and   rendered unconscious. Dr. Guthridge, of Braidwood, was wired for, who attended the patient. She is now out of danger. There was a light frost on Wednesday night, and it is feared that an early winter is imminent; The weather at present is very changeable, and fires are often lit at night.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 March 1904

Federal Correspondence: THE Secretary, Postmaster-General's Depart   ment writes Mr. Austin Chapman as follows: -" I have the honour, by direction, to ac   knowledge the receipt of the petition dated the 18th February, forwarded by you from Messrs. C. Povey, J. Leach and other resid ents of Colinton, N.S8W., asking that the Post Offce at that place be retained in its   present position, and to inform you that the matter will receive consideration. You will   be further advised when a decision has been arrived at."

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wonderful Work LOTS LIKE IT BEING DONE RIGHT HER IN QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904

Wonderful Work LOTS LIKE IT BEING DJNE RIGHT HER IN QUEANBEYAN. Queanbeyan penole are surprised at the work being done by " The Li:tle Conqueror." Public expression on the subject brings tLe matter frequently before the people. At first there were many donhters ; and why not ? S3 many claims of a similar nature have been made with little or no backing ezcep'ing the word of some strangar residing n a far away place ; this evidence was accepted for lack of better. Not necessary to accept it any longer. All sufferers from any kidney ill can fi6d plenty of local an dorsement for a remedy that will cure them. Surely the w.,nderful work of Do in's Baokanhe Kidney Pills right here at home as pro)f suffi?. inut to satisfy any sceptic. Reat the expres sion of one citizen on the subject. Mrs Savage, WVannisas 9St., Queanbeyan, sa3s :-'" Doan's Baokache Kidney Pills did me a great deal of good for a pain under the he art. It was a nasty burning sensation which used to attack me quite suddenly ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904

I DISTRICT COURT Hardy v McAlister Chimn for £25. Mr Woodward, who appeared for plaintiff, stated that defendant, was agreeable to pay the amount plus threo guineas costs in four equal two-monthly instalments, with interest added at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, first payment to be made on the 9th May Granted. Garnisheo order. Messrs P. 0. Hill and another applied for a garnishee order against Michael McNamara for £39 9/. P McNamara deposed to owing Mr. M. McNamara some £50 in connection with a land transaction. A garnishee order for £39 9/ was' granted the p aintiffs on this amount. saEACH Or CONTrrCTO.' - A. W. Scott, of Braidwrood ?roceodcd against Arthur Brassey of Aetdn,) Canberra, for the recovery of £200, whlch hmount the plaintiff is alleged to have lost ,hrough the non-delivery of sheep. 1' r. Millard for plaintiff and Mr. Garra way for defendimt. Augustus William Scott deposed: Re member 7th August last. I met Thomas Maxwell that day and proceeded with him to Acton. I ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONDAY, 21th MARCH. Appraisement Applications. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904

MONDAY, 21th MAROfl S.Appraisement Applioatioans.: -Alex 'Boyd, 5469a W. .Brwn, 261tia - Geo. Reid, 1074a . W. J. Poulton. 87a A. McMahon,-108,. "'J. Winter, nr., 590s a . J Tiernan, 640a Joseph Keefe, 640a Conditional purchases Inquirios under sec. tion 1, sub.scctioa 6, Act 1899. James Rolfe F. Munday H. T. Ginn Application under the Water. Rights Aot 1902 (sec 10) for rehearing by direc ion of the Land Appeal Court. T. Fratnklin, No. 40 for " saoe." Conditional purchases ard lases for consid, eration. G.L. J. Blanchard, 40a .r G. L. J. Blanchard, 40a Geo. Green, 75a - Geo. Green, 225a . 8. J. Flint, 132a S. J. Flint, 477a M. Fiulay, 40a W. L. Cotter, 57a . : W. L. Cotter, 228 & Annual Leases for ,con i ?oration. G. Mf. C. Massey, 640a Tbos. Paynter, 640a

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