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JIER. WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

JIER. (From a Correspondent.) W£Z-2-ara. Ik St. Augustine's Catholic Church, Yass, on Wednesday afternoon Mr. Charles Duff, youngest of the sons of Mrs. Duff, of Yeumburra, was married to Miss Deborah Flo rence Jordon, youngest daughter of Mr. Richard Jordon of ' Elmwood,' ' Tier. Rev. Dean O'Keefe performed the ceremony, and the wedding march was played by Miss McAu liffe. The bride wore a charming dress of cream canvas voile, transparent yolk, Paris lace and insertion, and cream picture hat, with ostrich tips and chiffon streamers. She also wore a gold kerb bangle, the gift of. the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss Kate Duff and Miss Florrie McAuliffe, and Mr. Jas. Duff was best man. Miss Duff wore a handsome cos tume of cream silk voile; With cream silk and insertion trimmings, cre&m chiffon hat with ostrich rips and chiffon streamers ; and Miss McAu liffe, creanji voile, Paris lace trim mings and insertion, and hat to match. At 6.30 the company sat down to a wedding ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

SALE ! SALE ! SALE ! CHEAPSIDB'S o-EinsTTJiisrE^^ ~ + '* 'j.'+ - + '? «ll$KicKgftaKinat$akli STIX.X. ON. STIIaXi ON. ? ? 1 EVERYDAY! EVERYDAY! EVERYDAY! We Refund to Cash Purchasers of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, Millinery, ____ Fancy Goods.^!,,^ at ' it - 5s £ Prices Knocked on the Head in All Departments ! Thousands of Remnants at Half Price 1 Bargains Tor Casb Bargains for €a$b IN ALL DEPARTMENTS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS EYERY DAY! EYERY DAY! Groceries, Ironmongery, Furniture, etc., at Sale Prices N.B. — Our Watch Competition for Boys and Girls closes THURSDAY, 26th INST. F. G. HXXali & SON, Queanbeyan.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

TBNjfEHK. TENDERS are -invited Tor PACKING and BURNING about.400 acres, more or less, at BURRA. ^Specifications to be seen at Woodger- Bros., to whom' Ten ders, endorsed as suctf, are tobeaddressed. Tenders close,1bnMARc^'*6. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. n W. RYAN. . .A. 3D. DENIJgTEY. MR. R. K. GREEN; in conjunction with Mr. J. S. Pavjson, beg to an nounce to tlie Tesidjsftts of Queanbeyan and District that they.have, commenced the practice of th'eiF Profession at the SCHOOL OF ARTS/feuEA*JBEYAN. Hours of Attendance^|i - to I ; 2 to 5. BOOMS TT-SP^SjA.ISS. - ? 1 ' ? . Preltajtotfeftbttee. f. H.fiicfeason tVilj ':Comm^6e!®ijiiij^ about ?

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

QUEANBEYAN RACE CLUB I Annual Meeting. MONDAY & TUESDAY, MAHCH 0 & V, 05 President— Mr. James Cunningham. Vice-Presidents — Messrs. E. G. Crace and C. U. O'Hanlon. Judge— Mr. W. Forster Rutledge. Treasurer — Mr. F. J. L. Dunlop. STARTER— Mr. E. C. Hincksman. CLERK of the Course— Mr. M . Quigley. Stewards— Messrs. F. J. L. Dunlop, A. T. F. Stewart, E. E. Hudson, C. U. 0*HanIon, and E.G. Atkinson. COMMITTEE— Messrs. F. A. Campbell, E. C. Campbell, 1'. Blackall, R. Hayes, R. J. Anderson, J. Russell, A. W. Mori arty, J. T. Collett, James Byrne, M. Byrne, W. S. 'Hill, W. Pike, A. McPherfcon, C. S. Harrison, J. J. Gay, H. J. S. Hungerford. J First Day : Monday, Marc ft 3. 1. OPENING HANDICAP of 7 Sovs. ; 6 furlongs. 2. TRIAL STAKES of 5 sovs. ; 6 fur longs. For all horses that have never won an advertised prize exceeding /5 3. GRASS-FED HACK RACE of 4 sovs, 6 furlongs. Amateur riders ; horses and riders to be approved of by the stewards. Welter weight for age. Entries take...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

CHAS. BURN, -^PBAGTICAL T^LILOK, MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN. CV^TAnUSllED 1889] A Splendid Assortment of Summer Goods iu Stock. Latest Fashions. Perfect Fit. Good Workmanship. Unequalled iu the District Prices to Suit Everyone. Cyclists : k (Uatcl) CM$ Space. Jpjp Time is Money Says the proverb ; more so now than ever. If you.want a New Watch — an accurate o-the-second time-keeper, that will wear ong and well — call on me. 1 have every lind in stock except bad ouest and at irices to suit all. . . IF you have a watch or any article of Jewellery that needsrepairingvbringitbere. My Repair ^Department is working along as smoothly - as ever— m9fe work of course „ but more people to do it, and .'do it well, too. My repairing is always 'worth while.1' My work is good, and my pnees don't take the good out of it. E. W. Lesmond, Monabo Street, Qdbanbevan. FOR ^ALE. rHREE HOTEL BUSINESSES on, COOMA LINE. 1'articuUis on application. - CTOHaST SOTTTEB, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, , t BOKSBND...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MARKETS. Sydney Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

THE MARKETS. The following quotations refer ouly to tlie wholesale trade : ?' Wheat.— Quiet, 3/3 to 3/4. Chick wheat: Prime, 2/ii'to-3; per bushel. Flour.— City roller^ /'8/5/ to £S;lo ; country makes, £&? to per ton. Pollard 1/ per bushel. Bran.— /9 per bushel; Oats.— Tasmanian : White feed, choice 2,'n ; prime 2,7 to 2/9. Melbourne : Al gerian, l/ioto 1/11 per bushel. Peas.— Bide, 5/ ; grey,- market hare. Barley.— Cape, 2/74.English, 2/4 to 2 5 per bushel: Chaff,— Priniev3,'J7i6-; medium, to /-6/8 per ton. Lucerne.— Hunter River : ChQice dry gceen, to- L3/10/ ; old Himtner lia-, inferior, L2: AtRedfem : ^'3 6 3 per tou. Odten Hay.— Melbourne : ltydrauUc pres^d,-/'3 to ^'3/5/ per ton ; wheaten, /3-i5- Adelaide,. /3.10s to ^3-155. toca! L3/.; Cheese.— Prime loaf, !sJ4 to /6 ; sofu new, /5 ; inferior 1 4% ; prime large, odd-lots, / 6 ; inferior, from , 5 ; Kameruku Clieddar, /7 per lb. Straw. — Derrick -jessed : Tasmanian. £2 to £2(2(6 per ton^ Potatoes.— Tasmanian Circular H...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday 5.30. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday 5.30. The case affecting the position of tL Lord. Mayor was dismissed. In the match against Wellington. the locals in their second innings are five for 119. The reliability motor race to Mel bourne starts to-morrow morning. Butter sales brisk ; chaff heavily supplied ; fall in maize, prices rang ing from 2/4 to 2/6. LONDON. Sundav afternoon. The Duke of Serglus has been, literally blown to pieces, one of bis assassins exclaimed ' I don't care,. I've done my job; ' The Duchess; had previously been warned that this: would' happen on the duke's first drive unaccompanied. The Russian press demand that Stoessel-be court-martialled. Tire 'Russians sustained heavy losses at Cunshuliu, and was forced to retire. The wOinen -of Russia petitioned the Empress to urge the Czar to stop tbe war. Dutch residents welcomed Steyn's return to Capetown.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

[?] Best'xuedium snd'l^htweFght beef wa9 worth -te. about Ms 6dvper loolb., with heavy beef xiheaper. - , Best bu2lpc& made from ^*9/5, extra P* good from1 me ; Best cows '?from' '? £j*S&i -extra to £$ as, jgobd 60 m £6 ios-. medium from ^5 igs others-lowet' ? ,

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

Shetp. ? Best crossbred Wes tb xgfd, extra 17561!; , good 14/6 -to l5/.-medium)from 13/6. Best merino wethers tb 16s 6df extra*, to 1 6s 6d, good 15s to 16s, medium from 145, light from I2s6d. Best merino ewes to 14s, extra to 15s 11 d good ns 6d-to ifl .^d, medium frocks 6d, others from8s'6d; - Among^the sales'effecttd were J. J, Kelly, bungendore, ix-ewes$/i, 4 stegs iojf «i -wethers an wethers 11/ 4 W. Reynolds and'Son, Tarago, 6s ewes 9 J 141 wethers n/^toixfio M. and J! Hardiman, Yass, 293. wethers 10/9 to T iff, X09*wethers lft/n; jo wethers 8/i, 3 stags 13/ ? ^ J. J.. Edmunds, Bungendore, 43 wethers ios. Kenilworth Bstftta,, Yfiss. n? wether? 13s 4d, 49*wethers 148 4d to 14 sd, %i wethers nd R. Reid, Cunning, 68 wethers 12s 8d to l2S9d' Exocutors-P. HLOsbome, Bungendore, 138 wethers 14s 7d to 14s Jod, 366 wethets 13s 3d Mrs-J- Moore, Queanbeyan, 9 cross-bred wethereissr^fi'w^thersiaff^d, 57-wethers ios9^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

Saks ! Saks ! $al«! Queanbeyan Licks the World for Sales. ^ There re always Sales ® It's Wotidger Bros.' Fault ! THEY STARTED BUSINESS, Reduced the Prices, and collared the Bulk of the Custom of the District, and all the others are after- ? ? ? them ? with Sales ! Sales ! Sales ! There were Resolving Sales that didu't Resolve, And Dissolving Sales that didu't Dissolve, There are Discount and Fancy Sales — Ne'er was the like seen in New South Wales ! It's Woodger Bros. Fault ! They Brought the Prices Down ! Their Absolutely Genuine CLEARANCE SALE \ OF GROCERY and Hardware IS .A. MARYEL I — ggggg— Come and Buy and Save Money. WOODGER BROS. ~^i General merchants and Importers, QUEANBEYAN. Having been appointed Local Agent for . . . 33. Bebarfald & Co., Ltd., HOUSE FURNISHERS, GEORGE-ST., SYDNEY. We can furnish a cottage or a mansion. JE5 to £1000 worth for cash or easy payments. We guarantee to save you at least 15 per cent, on each article, 3'et the goods are the best. Come in...

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Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 21 February 1905

.WW-; Primeiieary fcackfattertTnadcs^^ extrfla Wiiaeiieayy hae--«iBg8^«tta'42»? ^ r pprkers^sM.extra to ^M, good from* 33s, light from others lower.

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

GOTTLBintN. [From our Exchanges.] . Mr. J. Navevbox, of Auburn street, Goulburn, reported to the local police -on Monday that during Sunday afternoon a cashbox con taining over .£50 disappeared from a drawer beneath the shop counter. The inmates of the house were absent during the afternoon, and on their return found that the cash-box and contents were missing. The police immediately proceeded to make inquiries. The premises, which are next to the Emu Inn, do not appear to have been broken into. * * * The teachers of the Presbyterian Sunday-school and the members of the ichurch choir held a picnic at Kenmore on Saturday and enter tained Miss Ingle ton, one of their number, prior to her resignation. Miss Ingleton, who is a popular member of the choir, is to be married in a few days to Mr. Grant, of Kenmore, and her fellow workers made the picnic the occasion to mark their esteem for Miss Ingleton by the presentation of a choice dinner set. * * * It is understood that during March the...

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District News. GININDERRA. A BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

District News. GININDERKA. (From a Corrwpoddeiit.) , A 8 At Ji . On Friday, 17th Feb., a bali was held at Mr. F. McDona'.d'sresidence, about 1 5 couple being present. Visi' tors were in attendance from Gunda roo, Queanbeyan, and The Burra. Messrs. M. Cavanagh and J. Bollon acted as M.C.'s very efficiently. During the night songs were ren dered by Massrs. J. Bolton and J. O'Brien. The musicians ife're Messrs.' ' M. O'Brien, sen., :W. O'Brien,- and A. Cassey. ,;Among the ladies present Miss Annie Masters . occupied . the place ?of honor as 'beile.'- Dancing was .continued till the small iours of. morning, when they all dispersed to their .different .homes, very? - weH ; pleased with their night's enjoy ments. Praise is due Mrs. McDon ald for the aWe way in Which the supper was carried out.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

PUBLIC NOTICE. WE beg to announce to our numerous customers and the public in general, that after ist March, we will make the following changes in oiir mode of trading. I . We have decided to use the whole of our front store for i Prapery, Milliner}', &e., and will bj' the date mentioned, lay-in [ a magnificent stock of up-to-date goods. Our Manchester, ? Dress and Hosiery departments' will be under the management of Mrs. Woodger. Our Clothing, Mercury and Boot Departments will be under the management of our Mr. Dean, and for our Millinery and Fancy Departments] we have been successful in obtaining the services' :of Miss Grant, late of ' Quieanbeyan, who will seiecrtier' own stock from the leading warehouses of Sydney. Great care will be exercised in the selection, and our lady frieflds- can' rest assured' that their millinery; orders will be executed in a style second to none'' out of Sydney. Miss Grant 'being well and popularly known as a milliner second to npne up country...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

' Meetings of socialists held throughout France have passed resolutions affirming solidarity with 'the heroic . 'combatants for liberty in Russia. .;'. A prisoner at Baku attempted to escape and was- killed. A not ^followed, during- .^hich ffiany^iirere killed kvA Siijurea; ' Z .^Mr.' Baker; fc Briti^ner tiy Ijirth-crektea tf 6eS|^b|^rii:hV ????.? '::^wW^^% -'???/? ''?? ???

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MARKETS. Sydney Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

THE MARKETS. Sydney Product aUrketa. The following quotations refer only to the wholesale trade : Wheat— Quiet, 3/3^ to 3/4K. Chick wheat: Prime, 3/ per bushel. Flour.— City roller, /'S/5/ to ^8/10: ; country makes, /~8 to per ton, Mani toba : Best imported, /13/10/ lo ^'13/15. . l'ollard/il^ to 1/ per bushel. Bran.— S'^ to /a per bushel. Oals.— Tasmanian : White feed, choice s/8; prime 2/5 to s,'6. Melbourne: Al gerian, 2/ per busliel. l'cos.— Blue, 5/ ; grey, market bare. Barley.— Cape, 2/7; English, 2,4 to 2,5 _ per bushel. Chaff.— Prime, 3:10/ lo £1 15s; me dium, ^3 to £ 3J6/8 per ton. Melbourne £i 5S to /3 Jos. Adelaide £$ 15s. Lucerne.— Hunter River: Choice dry green , to L3/ 10 to £1 15 1 oM summer hay, /s/10/; inferior, L2. AlRcdfern -£3!iJ:b psr ton. Oatea Hay.— Melbourne : Hydraulic pressed, £3 5 to ^'3/15/ perton ; wheaten, £3iiS- Adelaide, £3 10s to £3 15s. Local L3/. Cileese.— Prime loaf, fs'/i to /6 ; soft new, Is ; inferior Mi ; prime Urge, ls-4 , odd lots, /6 ; infer...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DON'T WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

SOVX WOBBT. When things go contrary, as often they do, And fortune seems burdened with spite, Don't give way to grieving, all dismal and blue — That sever set anything right ! But cheerfully lace what the day may re veal, Make the best of whatever befall : Since the more you worry the worse yon must feel. Why waste your time in worry at all ? We all have our tronbles, some more and some less, And this Is the knowledge we gain It's work and a brave heart that lighten -. . the stress ' -?~-'. :-? Oralife'»share of sorrow and pain, then face with this , knowledge fate's :? crudest deal, Too plucky tofaint or to fall; Since the more that you worry ibe more .'?? ypumust feel, ? - -, Is it wisdom to ?worry at alt } h

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

TEIJSGEAMS. J5VDNEY. Thnreaay, s P«a- Thb Slavery ease commenced to-lay. Counsel for prosecu tion stated that Mr. Slattery admitted he used Mrs. Scan lan's money. His books at the time showed that he was /7000 to j£oboo to the bad. Prosecutrix gave evidence. Produce market unchanged. Chaff, 3/4 to 3/8. LONDON, Wednesday. It is stated that the Czar dismissed peace proposals on the basis of Korea being placed under Japanese suzerainty, the cession of Port Arthur to Ja pan, evacuation of Manchuria as far as Harbin with indem nity. v Members of the Russian Im perial Family are remaining in the palaces. They are afraid to attend the Grand Duke's funeral. Carriage-builders' quarters, Long Acre, London,was burnt. Damage, a quarter of a million. The' assassin assures his jailers that Sergius- was mur dered to remove from the neck of the Czar the pernicious Grand Ducal influence, and in- ^ duce him to become the head of a national government on Western lines.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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OUR CONTEMPORARIES Re[?] and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

? *t* *ri *iwrt-»n *i» «iv^v tri *!« 1'I- *1* *T- ^'T* «l»TPT«-THfiff^«T|r»ar OUR CONTEMPORARIES Reptile nt OHierain. Thb Newsletter's latest cartoon, ' Reid,' is rough on the .Newslet ter's hero of the monocle. It's a true bill, all the same. But how will the Newsletter reconcile it self to the work of still further sup porting the man of the perpetual Yes-No. * _* * -During a recent wind-storm the little Union Church at Yooyal (N.S.W.) was blown a bit out of place. The residents borrowed a neighboring fanner's 'forest- Devil ' to put it right again. Not the first time the church has had a helping hand from the Devil. — Bulletin. * at a: The Salvation Army in Australia is now running a boot business on its own. The Hallelujah boot if it smites the devil just on the thick part of the tail when he least expects it, may make him give a consider able yelp. — Bulletin. * * * The Newsletter protests that the Psnnv Post isn't conservative, as alleged by the Worker ; and The Leader is incl...

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DRAMATIC SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 February 1905

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