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Section C—Sheep [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section O-Sheep Stewards :-Messrs. J. M. McIntosh, and E. G. Cr co; Judge :-Mr. Litchfield, Cooma. FIRST 'RIze, 10s; aECOND, CERTIFICATI (except where otherwise mentioned) 0LASS 1 Pen of Thre3 Fat Merino \Vethers M Moore and Foxlow Estate divided 2 Pen of Three Fat Merino Ewes M Moors 1 Foxlowe Estate 2 3 Pen of Three Fat Wethers, any other breed M Moore 1 A. J & J Ounningham 2 4 Pen of 'hree Fat Ewes, any other breed M Moore 1 A J & J Cunningham 2 5 Pen of Three Fat Merino Lambs Foxlow Estate 6 Pen of Three Fat Limbs, any other breed No Entry GRASS-FED AND UNROUSED MERINOS 7 Rem, 3 yrs or over, strong and medium strong comb ng A Davis I T Gallagher 2 8 Ram, 2 yrs and under 3 yrs EG Crace 1 A J d& M MoDonald 2 9 Ram, under 2 yrs E G Crace 1 A Davis 2 16 Iwe, 3 yr. or over J Gallagher 1 A Davis 2 E G Grace certificate 11 Ewe, 2 yrs and under 3 yrs A Davis t E G Crace 2 12 Ewe, under 2 yrs E G Grace I J Gallagher 2 13 Rse, any age with Vermoit .blood 21. gift o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
FOR SALE OR LEASE. HALF-ACRE ALLOTMENT LAND, on which is situated a Re-idence of eight rooms, Kitchen, and Stable at Tharwa Bridge. For particulars apply, J. SBEEDY, Tharwa. ·' .- A SOCIAL W ILL be held at Mr. W.. FEAGAN'S, •¥ G GNOgY, TO-MORROW NIGH'T (WEDNESDAY). Double Ticket, 4s. Ladies Invited. Proceeds in aid of Mr. Temple, who is an invalid. Dancing commences at 8 o'clock. CAUTION. I HEREBY CAUTION all persons against circulating any statements concerning me of a defamatory nature, as I intend to take Legal Proceedings against persons so doing without respect to persons. Statements have been made concerning me which are absolutely false and without foundation. FR.ANK BROWN, Hall. Cooma P, & A, Association.. ANNUALO SHOW, Wednesday & Thursday, 23rd & 24th MARCII, 1904. Hunters' Contest First Prize ... ... ... ,.. £16 Second Prize ... ...... £7 Third Prize ... ... .... 3 ENTRIES 'CLOSE MARCH 19, 1904, at 10 p.m. HOLIDAY EXSURS1ON RATES ON THE RAILWAY TO ...
FOR OWNERS OF UNDER 2,000 SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
FOR OWNERS ?3'F UNDER 2,000 naiirT RIsns, 10; she ??a, esmlrtoAvT 31.Pen of 3 Fat.Meriuo Wethers M Moore 32 Pen of 3 Fat Merino Ewes. 'M Moore' 33 Pen of 3 Fat Wethers, any other breed M Moore 34 Pen of 3 Fat Ewes, any other.breed M Moore - •'' 85 Pen of 3 Fit, Merino Lambs R Thompson 36 Pen of 3 Fat Lambe, any other breed To ehtry " NOe --atehes not allow.d t ersspptswite aja eepin tkis satiets MERINOS First Prize, 15s; second, certificate (10 gift of Messrs A J & . Cunnighawk , and I. the Asse oiation), except where otherwise mentioned 37 Rlm, 3 yrs or over £1 S 61 (104 ( ift of Messrs A J & J Cunningham; 10s $I gift of Andrew Davis, Esq;' 59 Assoeiation) A Davis 1 T Gallagher 2 S J J Edmunds certificate 38"-Ram, 2 yrs and under 3.yrs ' iJ Gallagher 1. . -A Davis 2 39 Ram, under 2 yrs ? Davis 1 J Gillagher 2 40' 3we,.3 yrs or over. Prize £1 5. 6d (10s gift of Messrs A J & J Cunningham; 10s id gift of J Feagan, Esq; ·is Assoeiation : :J'Gllagher 1 A Davis 2 ...
Section Q—Industrial [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section Q,-Industrial Judges:-Fcr Wood Chopping Contest, Messrs. R. Moore, and Walter McIntosh. . Steward:-Mr. G. T. Dudley. Judges :-For Saddlery, Messrs C. H. MoKeabnie, andF. Campbell. 1 Single Shaft Dray 10i *No entry _2 Tip Cart 10s No entry 3 Spring Cart 103 No entry 4 Single B" ggy 10s W Snow 5 Double Buggy 103J No entry: 6 -Sulky 10s A Dean 1 W Snow highly commended 7 Bay Press 10s No entry 8 Set Swingle Bars 5s No entry 9 Greenhide Halter 5s No entry 10 Greonhide Stockwhip; with handle. 5s a . No entry 11 Set Baggy Harness (doable) 104 or osrt :H Land 12 Set Busiey Harness (single) 53 or a rt J W Ven..bles 13 Set Spring Cart/Harness is or eet S W H Loughmsn 14 Set Heavy Shaft Harness 5s cr eert No entry 15 Gent's Saddle and Bridle 9S or csrt No exhibit 16 Stock-Saddle and Bridle 5e or cert No exhibit 17 Ltdy'a Saddle and Bridle 5e or cert No entry 18 Greenhide Hobbles 24 6d No entry 19 Set Horse Shoes, light rough frotm the anvil made by exhibitor in the distr'et 5i 1No ent...
Section D—Dogs [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
S ection D--Dogs Steward :-Mr. R. Falliok; Judge:-D. J. I?ynobh. ~h??reyound Dog or Slut, 5s il- oyal "x 2 Collie, Dog or Slut, 5s S-.R Hayes 3 Fox Terrier, Dog or Slut, 65 B Wren 4s taghound, Dog or Slut, 5. No entry e Cash award unless two entries - All deog muIs hav i* and cllars 'without names) attache - Amy dog won I wollr ith owner's aime thereoa will be disqualll od
Section O—Schoolwork [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section O-Schoolwork Judge :-For School Work, Mr. F. Camp bell. Judges:-Needle work, Meadames Dul. hunty, and Jeffreys. Pri ' in 1 to 14, and 16,.18, and 19 2a 6d, 16 2s '6d and 2nd eertileate; 17 5s, 2nd curtflleate 1 Best writtert School Exersise Booki,by boy. under 14 years LGilleepie 2 Beat written School Exercise Beok, by girl under 14 years M Powell 3 Beat written School Exercise Book by boy under 11 years i S Br' wn 4 Best written Sclool'Exeuoise Book, by girl under 11 years M Burns 5 BeIst Bchool Copy Book, by b'y under 14yra J Burns 6 School Copy Book, by gidl under 14 years Mabel Powell L 7 Specimen Handwriting by boy under '14 yrs J Burn 8 Specimen of fHandwriting, by girl under 14yrs L Wallaco Best Pencil Drawing by boy under 1yrs Wm Bingley 10 Beat Pencil Drawing, by girl under 13 years; E Hawes. ' 11lBeet Pen and Ink Sketch, by boy under 14 years Fred Brickley 12 BeatPen and Ink Sketch by rg:rl under 14 years . E Tankey 13 B et Map India by boy under 14 years J Burn 14...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
I~LI--- · *13 Npit3 07i A:TitiT . K Rx1. IG' MASCOTTE TOBACCO. and Beneficial Stimulant." I.: ME ASCO T TEi NUGGET TOBACCO Obtainable win P thei doI C ut i 2- ' " " Rewrds in connecotion with tIhi Tobacwo hare been dascontinged from y .st Moarsh wMASCOTTEE NGT-OBACCO
The Jubilee Singers [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
The Jqlbilee _Sfgers McADoo's Fisk Jubilee Siligers were greeted on Saturday night in the Protestiant Hall by a very fair house, £18 4s being taken at the door. This old and favourite company of American singers met with similar apprecia tion as that meted out to them on former occasions, whilst they rendered a programme of seventeen or eighteen songs, most o' which are of American negro origin. The entire programme was of a semi-sacred character, and the songs were snag as the slaves used to sing them in the American States over 250 years ago, which, with their weird and melanch ly airs held their aud ience in perfect stillness. One of the best renditions of the evening (in touching on Br:tish composition) was '' The Cows are in the Clover." On one note in this song the singer dwells for twenty seconds, and thirty two seconds elapse between times of drawing breath. This is calculated by the world's critics as a record. The concluding item was an imitation of a brass- band. The dark...
Section N—Plain and Fancy Work and Fine Arts [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section N-?Plain and Fancy Work and Fine A rts Prizes in 1, 2, 3, 10, 12, 19, 5i ; others 2. 6 d 1 Collection 6 varieties Plain Needlework No entry 2 " llection 6 varioeies Fancy Work C J Wren 3 Gent's White Shirt, home-made Mrs C Br rn 4 Washed and Ironed White Shirt. 2nd cert Miss M McInnes 1 Mrs A Wilden 2 i Suit Pyjama., home-made No entry 6 Nightdress, home-made No entry 7 Pinafore, home made M Lazarus 8 Pair Knitted Socks No entry 9 Pair Darned Stockings Miss J McIntyre 10 Home-made Suit for Boys Miss J Monks 11 Boy's Patched Suit No entry 12 Col eotion Knitted or Rome-made Woollen Goods, to include Sor, Gluves, Vest, etc Second certificate No award 13 Dressed Doll Ethel Lowe 14 12 Buttonholes, 4 in cloth, 4 in la-inel, 4in calico Miss Smallhorn 15 Paper Faney Work. . No entry 16 Feathdt Fancy Work No entry 17 Single Pi ce Crochet Work (wool) E Lasarus 18 Single Piece Crochet Work (cotton) Miss Mary Smith 19 Made Dress Mrs E Wilson 20 Pen and Ink Sketch, 5s GEA Ling 21 Collect...
Section M—Flowers Prize in 2, 7, 8 2s 6d : others 5s [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section M-~Flowers Prize in 2, 7, 8 2. G f others 5E 1 Hand Bouquet No entry: 2 H nd Bouquet (amateurs only). No award 3 Basket Flowers OJ Wren 4 Basket Flowers (amateurs only) , OJ Wren 5 Collection Pot Plants O J Wren. 6 Collecti'n Pot Plants, (amateurs only) OJ Wren 7 Buttonholes (I lady's and I gent's) Miss L Webb 1 Mies Cook 2 8 Collection Distrio Wildfl wers and Ferns Miss L Webb I Milly M Downey 2 8 Collection Chrysanthemums No entry. 10 Collection of Pot Planta (to be property of exhibitor for one month prior tu sticw) C J Wren 1 M O'Hanlo, 2
Section J—Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section J-Miscellaneous 1 50!bs Bag of Flour 5s, 2nd certificate No entry 2 Loaf of Home-made Bread, about 21ba 5s, 2nd sertificate Mrs .J McAuley 3 Loaf of Yeast Bread, male by boy not over 14 f2 (gift of F Campbell, Esq) J McIntosh 4 Loaf of Yeast Bread, made by girl not ever 14 £2 (gift of F Campbell, E q) N McAuley 5 Collestion Home-made Jams and Jel ies, not less thasn 6 bottles or jars 10e (51 gift of Measra PC Hill & Son. 5, A.sociation Mrs Feagan 1 Mrs G J Webb Highly commended 6 41hb Strained Honey 5., 2nd certijeate W Harrison 1 Miss K Keeffe Highly com mended 7 4lbs Honey in Oomb 5s, 2od certificate W Clemesha 1 W Harrison Highly com mended 8 Colleation of Fruits Preserved in Syrup 12, ed (7s Gd gift of Messrs PC Hill & S9n, Sc Association), 2nd certificate ' Miss K Keeffe ) Collection of Preserred Fruits Dried 54, 2nd certificate No entry 10 21b.Loaf (one White and one Brown) Bakese only 5s J T Collett 1 P Fagan Highly commended 11 Collection Home-made Pi...
Section I—Dairy Produce [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section I-Dairy Produce Steward :-Mr. Wren ; Judge --Mr. D. J. Lynoh. e First prize, is; .2,id, certiicate (except when Sthorwise specified) 1 Ham 10-J Southwell S Side or Flitch of Bacon .Prize 10s (6s, gift of Messrs PC Bill &-Son, 5s Association) J Filzgerald 3 Fresh Butter in 31b lump, without salt and withcnt brand or mark Prize, 10. (Es, gift of Masers P 0 Bill& San, is Assool Satica) - Mrs W Mayo and J Fi'zgerald divided 4 Fresh Butter, salted, 31bs, without brand-or mark J Fitzgerald * Cheese, not less than 10lbs weight No entry All xhibite In this sectiona'mut be district made
Section L—Fruit [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section L-Fruit-. Prize -2s 6d, unless otherwise indlcoted · 1. Plate Pears (table) . J Darmody 2 Plato Pears (cooking) _ F Campbell 1 E W Lemond 2 3 Collection 12 Table Apples, 4 'varieties " J? Darmody 1 J Oal'apher: 2" 4 Clleotioin of 12 Cooking Apples, 3 varieties J Gallagher 5 Plate Quinces J Darmody 6 Plate Grapes H "F Downry 7 Plate aFiga No ent y .8 Plato Walnuts J Tierna 9 Plate Pomegranates No entry 10 Plato Peaches .. W Wrehn 1t Collection Fruit (12 varieties) 5S, 2nd cert ' Mrs Feagan 12 Collection Fruit not necessarily grown in the district. 5. 2nd eart . - E West 'All exhibits In this pection, exoptiny class 12 to be grown by exhibitor in thli distriot
Section E. SHEEP-DOG TRIAL Judge:—R. Beatty, Gundagai. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Sectiun E. SHEEP-DOG TRIAL Judge :-R. Beatty, Gundagai. 1 Sheep - Dog, or Slat Open to all somers Prise, £7 13$ 6d ; second, £1 (21e, gift of H.J 5 Heneerfsrd, EKq; 10s 6d eaeb, gifts of E 0 0 Campooll, r A OCampbell, U E Hadenis, A MePherson, Esqe, and Mrs 0 L Harrison ; and £4 Assosiation) 5/- extra Gift, of HI Sigge Esq. M O'Brien 1 F Warwick 2 2 Maiden Sheep - Dog, or Slut First prise, £2 19~ ; seernd prise, 10s (10s Gd each, the gifts of Melers Maxwell & Woodger, A J McDonald, aid W Mayo, E qs; 2e d gift of T Mayo, 3sq ;'and £1 Assoeiation) 5/. extra. Gift, of H Higgs. Emq. M O'Brien 1 H Signr 2 atree sheep to e*b dog- Time, I5 minstee-Jadgllg by points
Section H—Farm Produce [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Sectiofi B -Farm Produce 'Stards:--Messrs. J. Feugan, and J. Pike; Judge :-Mr. A. Lansdowne, Goul? burn. .1 Sample:not less than one bushel. of Rust. Rusisting Wheat grown in district 10. No entry 2 Sample.: not less than: one bushel of any variety Whear growerin district 10s ,J Reid 1. P Shumack Highly commended 3 Potatoes sot less than jewt, being fair sam '* pie of not less than"j ton grow. in in district -10s "No.entry P 4 Mample not less than 8Ibesr arly Potatoal for seed, grown in district 10s ? No entry 5 Sample mot less than ene bushel Whiti Oats , 10. E.G Orace - Sample aut less than one bushel iCape Barley s10 - - P Shumack 7 Bale of Ensilage not less than ibbs" 5S SNo En try S8-Simple not less one bushel ]Maimze- .0 H F Downey 1 J Southwell Highly cam mended 6 Bale or truss of Oaten Hay, not less than 10 Bale o" Teuse of Wheaten Hay,; et less than 5Glbe 10s J. Read 11 Bale of Truss of Lucerne Hay, not less than 56lbs 10l S:-E O race - .12.Bag Oaten Chaff, not less than Ol...
Section G—Poultry [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
Section G--Poultry Steward:-Mr. R. Fallick; Jadge :-D' J'. Lynob. The Prises in this Section are 6S eaeh 1 Spanish Cock and Hen No entry Y Cooein China Cook arid Hen No entry 3 Plymouth Rock Cook and Hen iNo entry 4Brahma Cook and Hen No Entry 5 Cock and Hon (unalassod) No award ? Dorking Cook and Hen No entry 7 Turkey Cook and Hen, J Callaghan S Gander and (oose No entry ~ Drake and Duck Mrs J McDonald 10 Bantam Cook and Hen No award 11 British Game Cook and Hen No entry 12 Black Game Cock and Hen No entry 13 Malay Cook and Hen No entry 14 White Leghorn Cock and Ben, tr be the property of exhibit?r residing in Quean beyan District Mrs J O'Neill 15 Brown Leghorn Cook and Hen, to be the. property of exhibitor residing in Quean Sbegyan distriot No entry ,16.Hamburg Cock and Hen No entry 17 Coop of Common Foals (cock ard 3 hens) Iris Atkinson 18 Orpinton Cook and Hen MrJ Fitzgerald 19 Langehan Cock and Hen No entry •" 20 Ho 7dkn aock and Heti No entry 21 Wyandotte Cuck and Hen P Smith ...
The Queanbeyan Show. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
The queanbeyan Show. SECOND DAY. THorcu fears were entertained last Thurs day night that the second day of the slow would be a prononuced failure Et-cause of the unpropitious state of the weather, Fri day morning open( d under very favourable weather conditions, anol the sun becoming warmer tonards mid-day ffercd inducement to a large crowd :,f people to venture out. In the afternoon, however, slight showers passed over r nderiig matters temporarily unpleasant, but in no way was the weather very 'isagreeable. The itterdance was quite up to expectations and numbered be tween 1500 and 1600. People had mus tered together from the remote parts of the district, and the gathering was representa tive of all classes. It being two years since a show was hold in Queanbeyan, consequent upon the pro tracted drought we have just emerged from, it is remarkable that so much enthusiasm was evinced in this year's show, as fore. casts had been mado that on account of allowing last year's to lapse an ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
PE should guard against PEOPLE every-day pracic... a When asking for Wof's I Sclsnar s don't take subs'it u:c . genuine 1VOLFE' SC NAPPS. Dan't be put off by th "jinst as good" story. Unless the real b and is obtainable it would be wiser and safer not to take any at tell. eprut.. ~IOL , W1, PILES FOR 12 YEAI S. Zilm-Bllk .lA;aint Elhective " Flo: s.venteen v.:` .ay, Mr. J. Met calfe, of M'irri,, S;re ,i. E: moi e, S.,,hey, " I suffered from l, i;c,, ?, hich :t timuts caus ed me greant a.ny-. ..s y\ u i.ay b1lieve, dur. ing that extcundtd p;iod 1 ried runny so callhd pile, cur;s, hut tl-y nal failed to afford reliif. *Ahout six moniths ago, Zam-IHuk was brtu.ht untder mi, liitice as a reliable cure, at d decidhd to zlv, i . trial. I applied it in nccfNldncce w ith the dir ctions withl the ir..utr th I the pile.disaIl,~e pia , n ,t I can, t:* nitirne-til Z im-Biak as ia; ditahi d cure Ir PI ,'-. i -1- ti.l! Z.,-.lk irvolutb'h as a genptral hIlis g Is hm. is n pll'1dy ure or piles, rin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 15 March 1904
A. W. MOlUAnTY.J [E. 0. ATKINSON. A. W." Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Commission Agents, 1'ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARIcr i' SALES WEEKLY at Lind Yards. AT .BUNGENDORE MONTHllY. Early entries invited. Furnitute Sales as arranged. Advances, made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stock and eonsigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL .COMMISION . AGENT. Monctro-Street, Queatabeyan. SAdes conducted in any part of the Distriot. P/'OMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mir. T. E. Wo3Doaet, Monaro. street, Queanhe)an. 1W Concsi'PONDssNCE NVIT'ED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON-, Next ulnngerford's Hotel, AlONARO-STREET. Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE FREESTONE MONUMENTS, SKEREIN aS, and IRON. RAILINGS.. ? - Clhrges Moderate, h* Old Work Renovated. Inscrilptions Ncatly (u, ALL. WonK GUARAiTrED. I Don't forgot the New Address, near the Bridge. Anthony Hordern's Famous Low Prices...