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SATURDAY, 19th MARCH. Appraisement of capital value— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
; -SATURDAY,19igthMAROLU. -.Appraisement of capilal value SWilliam Owiene, 320aA .·Sam;iel A. Shannan, 103, " Ri-?iphard Southwell. 898a'" Archibala eden; f158t68i4` Chbarles A. Peden; 400a ;Patricl( Comminau, 1280a Martin McMahon, 400a G.`i Webb, 5004 .. William Oronan, 90a; : " . 'Ellis Smith, 6408a- `i .' James Southwell ;495a"& Elizabeth A; Walsh, 1301a 3p GOeo. a. Peden, 400?? - A. Al. Ped n, 999a = J. Comnmins, 1267.1-26 - : °Michael Cotter, GOOa thomhis O Connor, 200a :=Vm?- rornan, 336a: - : _W.: F Rutledge, 2.90 a' .> J. Tr Collett,2162 a Ale`ainder Powell, 140., 1523a, 820 . G. J : otter" 380a, 400a . James Oother, 7.00a 4Oa, 4204 M. J. Cotter, 400a : `3 Cotter, 170a -W. L. Cotter, 400a . Inquiry under Regulation 119 aq to fulfi'8k mint aof conditions of residen?ie- 'Miiartin MoMghon 100lao p. Patrick Oommine, 320a o p
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
IN MEMORIAM IN sad but loving memory of my dear wife &nbsp; Sarah Jane, who died March 10th, 1903. With tearful eyes I watched her as she slowly passed away &nbsp; Although I dearly loved her, I could not bid her to stay. The midnight stars are shining upon the site t grave, Where sleepeth without dreaming, the one we could not save. You are not forgotten, Janey dear, nor will you ever be; As long as life and memory last, we will remember thee. Inserted by her fond and loving husband P.J. O'Heir. &nbsp;
BILIOUSNESS AND HEADACHE. More Gratitude for Bile Beans [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
BILIOUSNESS ;AND IIEADIACIIE. Mlore Gratitutle for Hile BIo?ui. "Fon many years I have been a martyr to Biliousness," says Mrs M. Jordan, of Kelly St., Scone N.S.W. "Almost every fortnighit I would have'an attack, and try whet I would I could get no relief. The pain in my head was unbearable, also the pain across the eyes After eating I would vomit terribly. I tried many so.callzd remedies, but gained no relief. I then decided to give Bile Beans a trial, although I had little faith in them after my experiences with other medioices. To my surprise. I gained relief fromn the first dose. " Thus encouraged, I continued with the Beans, following the directions closely, and can now truthfully say I am enjoying splendid health, and have never'had a- bil ionsattack since I first began to take Bile Beans. My work is now a pleasure, and my frienids have notied the great improvement there is in me. Wolds cannot express my gratil uae to you for your wonderful medicine and I hope that. many othe...
FRIDAY, 18th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
FRIDAY, 18th 1MARUOf. Spoeial purhoalse for consideration- - James locCarthy, 10 l Or 13p Conditional purohases and lea?s. and noti!e. of withdra1wal J.P. Tong, 80o0 p, idi I, ims d @ :. Applioation for fresh odraifilate- . Thomas Tong, 150a o p Inqi?ri'is:undor section 1 sub.seotion 6 at to fulfilment of residenoe oonditions Aet :-.1889 . OW. Daniels, 40a o p. S'amueISouthwell, 195a Homestead. selections, inquiry under settion "17 Act 1895 as to residence Edward Oldfield, 40a.lr 20p h a ImprovemeutLeasos, inquiry under Rogu lation 340 as to fulfilmentof conditions H. F. De Salis, 6700a Charles Hardy, 12600a, 11500a Inferior land lease, inquiry under regulation 340a F.'Oampbell, 11900a " Claims in regard of fencing Joseph KKye v. G F Da Salis Joseph K syo v. G. P. Oirouitt Ops and o Is inquiries under regulation 119- Mary Smi:h, (fencing):300 a a p, 96010 1 James P. Tong, (residence) 160a c p . James Tiernan, (residence) 160a p Inquiry and report as to' the necessity .'for establish...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
PLUG OR CUT, In Ailrtight Tins. Try "' Y.D." Mixture. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. Rewards in connection with this Tobacco have been dsscontinued from let March MASCOTTE TOBACCO .. Has now become firmly established at a favourite with the smoking publio. BOOMERANG BRANDY. "' The Resident Medical Officer of a large Colonial Hospital writes :-Onr Fatients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a very Nourishing and Beneficial Stimulant." WEL C OME NUGGET .TOBACCOO THE BEST AMERICA PRODUCES , Obtainable in Plugs, and Out in:2-os. and 4-oz. Tin; -- ..
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1904. The Queanbeyan Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
WITH WHIOC ARN IN?ORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Cantain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, MAROH 11, 1904. The Quieannbeyan Show. TnE Twelfth Annual Queanbeyan P. & A 'Assooiation's Show was opened yesterday morning. The atteiidance, for a first day, was very fair, over .260 attending. The entries, as we have- previously mentioned, compare very favourably indeed with any previous year, partioulary in the sheep and horse sections. "Regarding the.. former mentioned section a good deal may be said, and, to the visitor who paid but a cursory glance at the pens of sheep in all classes of competition, the fact was evident -that the sheepbreeders of this district do their work, atnd do it well. The majority of the exhibits in the sheep section are local, the chief ex hibitorou'ttside a radius of 20 miles being Mr. A. Davis, of Murrambateman, among whose exhibtts we noticed a splendid ram, Siith. which he secured first prize in the grass-fed and unbonsed class at the Tu...
Garden and Field Calendar for March. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
Garden anti Field Caminilar for March. 1904 (By A. L'uwldonee, See s.o en, Goletburnt.) "Cits hna'vy rainas aring the monlh have mis. red us gr-atly; still ,Ilnp, bhorough onltivation will at tinmns greatcly assist growlh during a dry period. W\V again nr rg sowing in drills, and adding some suitable fertilizer The exponse in every way is less than in broadeast sowing. All crops to provide winter feed should be sown at once. Cape Barleov, rape, and rya are the b-st to withe stand severe weather, and rape is excellent for a cheap, yet effedtive green manure. I.noarno for ai lastint crop must not be neg. Ih ced. Propects are for a continnanceo of the pecular weatlher we have lutely had. Somne good rainfalls, fogs, and cool soe, broezoe. Hat nt times, but early frosts likely. Kitchen Garden.-Sow Queen onion, cab. haveof ecertain lrads, turnips of all kinds, leeks, spinich, Inttnae, kohl rabbi, radish crens pnrsel, and a few onaliflower and broccoli. Pant out c.ulliflowers, oabbage, pot...
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, MARCH 13 Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
O-S??Cs?r SE: vr ID as SUWPAY, MAPcs 13 Church of Engla~?i Queanbeyan-ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. II. WHITE, Minister. Canberra-11 a.m. Lanyon-3.30 p.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Cath1olio- Qusanbeyan-Mars 8.30, and devotions 7.30 p.m. Tuggranoug--l a.m. REV. R. COLLENDER, Priest Presaytcrian Queanbeyan-Fellowhi;p Asooiat ion, 10 a.m 7.30 f.m. Mr. John Gale Canberra-3 p.m. Gundaroo-11 a.m. :REV. W. M. SMITHI, R A., Minister.in.Oharge. Methodist Queenbeynn--1 a.m. ard 7.30 p.m. Mr. John Gale. Parkwood-Thursday 7.30 p m. Rev. Wim. Stewart. Wattle Park-1lla.m. Mr. O. W. Southwell. 7 p.m. Mr. S. ~ovthwell (Wood burn) Wotdfield--3 p.m. Mi-srs F. Davi*, O. Shu mack, and N. Southwell. Rev. W. STEWART, Minister.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
New South Wales Govoernment Railways. Special Cheap Excursion to Sydney for the EASTER IiOLIDAYS Royal Agricultural Show, A. J. C. Races, Horticultural 'Fete at Sydney. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1904 IlOMCKETS at specially low farca of 1I per. I. mile firstclass return (minimum 7s 6d) and Id per mile seoond-class return (minimum 5a) will be issued to Sydney and intermediate stations (where timed) by train leaving QUEANBEYAN at 9.15 p.m. on FRIDAY, MARCH 25, available for return until MON DAY,-APRII f5;, .excet by ,the Melbourne • Express, 'and passengers will inot be allowed to Sreturn by the Mail train leaving Sydney on Sunday nights. BET?lN FARES to SYD NEY : First-class, 24a 3d ; Second-olmas, 16O 2d EXCURSIO' TICKETS at similar cheap rates will also be issued in the downward dircotien in connection with Speieal Chrap Excursion Train leaving Sydney on THURS. DAY, MAItSH 24. For further partioulars, are h,.ndbills and posters. By order of the Conmmuissioners, H. MoLAOBLAN, Secretary. PROT...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
The Storyteller. .Tie ¶ouFe o n t1 StttleS$ Side. COIAPTER Xt.--CONrrINUED She discovered Lady Johnson in all the agonies of sea.sickness and she remained with the old lady, admitistering such help and comfort as'she could, until the invalid, much touched by her kindness, bade her run on deck again and enjoy the breeze. Barbara felt that it would be ungracious to admit that she was not likely to enjoy the breeze cr anything else that look her among ur:congeuial people. So she went submis cive'y on deck, hoping to be able to hide her telft way in some corner and watch the we' es as they, boke in little clouds of spray over .the yacht. But an extraordinary change had come over the scene. The hazy stillness of an August. morning bad by this time given place toa freshening bree.z ; the water was tossing in dark hollows and feathery heights around the yacht, and the ladies had disappeared. So had Mr. Johnson. onbart was asleep in the dick saloon. Dick Ellis was leauing over the side of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
Dyspepsia. A BAD'TIME OF SUFFERINC. An Eight Years' Permanent Cure. The Clue of r., F. BROWN. (air OUR nEORTum.) The serious student and the easual reader alike will find much to interest them in the subjoined statements, which were made by Air. Frederick Brown, of Henley-street, North Botany. " Even when quite a young man," said Mr. Brown, ' I was a great sufferer from - Indigestion ; and many of the residents of Botany, .where I have lived for the past eleven years, know that it was 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 medicines - In the country, besides taking those pre scribed for me by doctors. Had I neglected to treat my disorders, like some people do, I would only have had myself to blane, 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." a " Your futile efforts must have been very discouraging; but what were y...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
e:: Local and General: : AFuL?.report of the show will be given. in our Tuesday's issae. , I.a New Zbaland Government cornplainR e of a soarbity of labouring. men.: There is" plenty of work at 7s a day. l3.Z1oA is very wrathful over the" choice of Cooma as the chief, polling place of-the 2 Eden-Monaro electorate. OWING to the 'tclemency. of the Weather the dance last night h?d to be r ostponed. To-night, hob?wever, a large- attendance is expected. AT tho Homebush fat stock sales ou Moii day a lide of 94 wetherarealisedd from 181 i 4, to 1;8s 6d. :diLambid from MMichelago brought from-14_ 3d to 17s;" J.i .lo tIe n Monaro. Eleo oratea't the Si'orent :lctionp7,0bl eltotors out o 2.82,2 ..n the roll recorded their votes = Thei?-er 'centage was the lowest of any in this State 'The expenses were £513. " " .HIn shooting for "te Woodger Trpph y.ro-, suited in a win for Mr. H. J. S. Hiibrigrford who sco'ed 256 points off ,the .rife;.?J. ~i'hgan being second with 260 points ;? a' d ti E? Beat...
Queanbeyan Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
Queanbeyan Land Board. Tar following cases will be heard on the 17th instant : For Consideration Thomas Berry, 3t40a a I Edward White, 75a a I Hugh Vallance, 640a a 1 Conditional purchases and leases-to deter mine priority in conneotion with the following applicitions Charles Smith, 45a c p, 135a c 1 F. E. Smith, ditto F.L. Smith. ditto Denis Kelly, 504 a p 130a c 1 J. W. Commins, 45a c p, 135a o 1 Mary Commins, ditto John Johnston, 180s c I, 45a c p Daniel Thomas Commins, 45a c p, 185a c 1 For consideration, etc. J. Trussell, 40a c p, 60a c 1 Wm. Russ, 40a a p, 120k c 1 W. Davis, 65a a p, 195a c I Fergus Kelly, 100a c p, 300a c1 Geraldine Archbold, 50a c p, 150a c 1 W. A. Gilson, 250a c p, 750a c 1 Thomas O'Sullivan, 50a c p, 150 c 1 Rose Murphy, 40a c p, 60a c 1 Ambrose McGuigan, 75a o p, 225s o 1 Thomas E. Oldfield, 100a c p, 3000a 1 E. Woods, sen., 40a c p W. D. Wright, 90a c 1 Bank New South Wales, 245a c 1 C. Donoghue, 206a c 1 Charles Hardy, 260a c p, 735a c I Henry Phillips,...
War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
War: ows. LONDON, Monday-Vladivoatool was born. barded by the Jaranese on.Sundaos nteraoo-i Five JapanBseemen of war meadi.he attack, .whiej was continued for ar liourr Russ an official reports state. that five battleships, two cruisers, and four.destroyers opened fire five miles from the shore, where the Riussian shore ba;tteries were unable to reply. The Japanese, it is further stated, fired 200 shells, most of which failed to explode, though charged with lyddite. - The dRussians refer to the attack as r".nlt of less and estimate the cost to J pan at £20,001) The population they add,.is tranquil. TheRussians are fortifyine A.itung, and are constructing miles of fortifications along the Yalu. Viceroy Alexeiiff has authorised the on. rolmont of several thousands. of irregulars at Vladivostock. LoNDoro, Tuesday--It is, announced that the - Mikado's heir is Going to the front. Korean soldiers, incetided at Russian ex cesses and the maltreatment of nativewomelt Anju, attacked a body of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
A. W. MoRuIATY.] [E. G. ATKINsoN. A. W. Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND- General Commission Agents, '-ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARIwi' SALES WEEKLY at Land Yards. , AT ,BUNGEINDORE MONTHLY, Early entries invited. Furniture Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trusking Fat Stock and eensigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION A.C 1 N ENT, Moalro-Street, Qwueanbeya.n. Sales conducted in-any pert of the D;btriot. P,/OMPT SETTLEMIENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. Wonoaea, Monaro. atreet, Queanbeyan. J CORRESPONDENCE INVITED R. We. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON, :Next Hlungerford's Hotel, MONARO?.STRI2EET. Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE nd FREESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBIl GS, and IRON RAILINGS. S 01Old Work Renovated. Inscriptions Neatly (u ALL Wonl GUARANTEED. IW Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. Anlhony Hordern's Famous Low Prices ARE BEST FOR YOU. The...
Deplorable Suicide [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 11 March 1904
Deplorable Suicide THs Sydney Coronor held an inquest, on Saturday on the body of Frank Webb, 27, a labourer, who was found hanging by the &nbsp; neck in an outhouse of an unoccupied pre- &nbsp; &nbsp; mises in Pyrmont on the previous evening. evidence was given that Webb had been in Sydney some months unsuccessfully looking for work. On Wednosday night William. Higgs, who like: the deceased hailed from Braidwood, meet him, and ,Webb told him that he was hard up and asked for some assistance. Higgs gave him half-a crown, and Webb must have shortly afterwards procured a rope and hanged himself, for the medical testimony was that death had occured about two days before the body was found. A verdict of suicide in accordance with the evidence was given. The deceased was a native of Braidwood. He was brought up by his uncle, Mr. Lynn Shepherd, of Mon- garlowe. A short time since he left Braid- wood for West Australia, to join his father, Mr. James Webb, who wa...
Garden and Field Calendar for March. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Garden amlid Field Calettrlar for March. 1904 (Bey A. L,, ,ndrrrnt,e, S&ed..rn.m, Gordburn.) •fia heavy rains during tha month have mis. Sed us greatly; still d]eop,thorough cultivation will at times. grcntly assist growth during a dry period. We again urge sowing itu drills, and adding some suitable fertilizer The expense in every wray is less than in broadcast sowing. All crops to brovide winter feed should be sown at oZnce. Cape Harley, rape, and rye are the best to withe stanrd severe weather, and rape is excellent for an cheap, yet cfftutive green manure. L.ucerne for a lasting crop must not be neg. ictctd. Prospects are for a continuanoaof the proulnr weather we have lately had. Sonme good' rainfalls, fogs, and cool Fes breezes. Hot at times, but early frosts likely. Kitchen Garden.-Sow Queen onion, cab. hnae of certain kinds, turnips of all kinds, lo ks, spinach, lettnIce, hohl rabbi, radish cress parsely, and a few cauliflower and broccoli. Plant out cauliflowers, ca...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
The Storyteller. ihe %louge op. tlh yullleg side. OCEAPTER XTr.-CosvrNumI 'Not they !"s ail Mr. Johnsonn easily, as he got into his chair again. ' They won't be ii a state, Forr things, to find out anything till we reach the etlher sidu I And, in the mean- time, shall we come to a compact, you and I to abandon our difference while we are thus' thrown togetier by the accident f ourbeing the only t wo people on board, except Sir tHubert, uho'a a notsea-sick ?' He dill not wait for her to give him an answer, but went on to say-' Anld in he first place, what do you say to some lunch P It's Ino usa waiting for the others. It's-two o'clock, and if they're able to eat anything at six--by t bich time I hope we shall be at ()stend-they'll 'think themselves lucky, poor darlit:g ! So come alir1:g. He -pi ntlg np and a fferrd her his aal d. and tiley went down, totetller in as friendly a fashion as if no cloud had ret cono over their pleasant intetcouse. Mr. Johnson howevel either felt or plofc...
Section B.—Cattle [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section B.-- Cattle Stewarde:-Meossrs. R. Moore, and Walter MaIntosh; . Judges :-Messrs. D. Osborne, and Geo. Southwell Jnr. .mass. • SHORTHORN 1 Bull, 3 yr. or over 10s, 2nd ce: tiftoate - P V Blewitt 1 'E and N Gibbs 2 2"Bull; yrs and under 3 ' 10, 2nd certificate No award 3 Cow, 3 yrs and over 10s, 2nd certlficate No entry ' . - L 4 Cow or. Heifor, 2 yrs and under 3, 10s, 2nd oertidtate No entry , EREFORI) 5 Bull, 3 yrs and over let prize £l.1a (21. gift of C H MeKeshnie, Esq ; 104 ssooia tion), 2nd certificate O H MoKeahnie 1 6 Bull, 2 yrs and under 3 10s, 2nd cortifioate O H McKeahnie 1 7' Cow, 3 yrs and over let prise 20s 61 (106d.. gift of A G McKeahnie, Esq ; 10s Associa tion), 2nd certificate . ; C H McKeahnie 8 Cow or Heifer, 2 yrs and under 3 le- tprize 20s 63 (10s 61 gift of. E A J McKeahnie, Esq; 10s Assooiation),' 2nd certificate.. ( H McKeahnie MISCELLANEOUS ' Milch Cow, any breed, giving greatest quan. ... tity of and richest milk. To be milked dry at 5 p.m. on first...