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Women's Cloaks at Nine-pence Each [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 March 1904

Womuen's Cloaks at Nine-pence Each W?aTEP?rOOF cloaks are sold in Jupan at nine pence each. They are made of paper and Inast a full year. Th:s olty goes to st ow that the market price s nit alppayrs th'J full rvlue of a commodity. Ask any woman who has proved the value of Bile Beans for headaches debility, indigestion, biliousness, liver com plaint, or female ailments, if thei, value is represented by the one-and-three-halfpence paid for a box, and she will tell you that they are worth far more. " They are worth their weight in gold,,' said a woman the other day who had proved them. If you are ailitg, try them. Valuable as they are, you may obtain a sample box free. Write to the Bile Bean Manufacturing Co., 39 Pitt-st., Sydney, enclose one penny stamp to co er postage, and they will send you a sample box free of cost. The only condition imposed is hat you mention this paper.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 March 1904

A. W. MOXIArTY.) [E. .. ATr sON. A. W." Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND Caeneral Commission Agents, 'IONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M AR"KT. SALES WEEKLY 'at Land y Yards. AT ,BUNGENDORE MONTHILY Early entries invited. Furnitire Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stoic and consigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION A.GENT, Mon?lrvo-Street, QueainbeyM,n. .PAies conducted in any part of the District. P/OMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after SSale through Mr. T. E. WooDsER, Monaro street, Queanbeyan. g' CORRESPONDENCE INVITED R. W. Horton, -'MONUMENTAL MASO1', Next llungerford's hotel, JIONAO-STIREET. Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE FREESTONE MONUMEkTS, KERBIIN s, - , and .IRON .~&ltINGS.-.... Charge' Moderate. , ._ Old Work Roinovated. Inecriptlone ;Neatly t ALL WOIIK GUARAIaiTEDI ' Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. u ! . .. ;. 4. Anthony o...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Social at Googongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 March 1904

Social at Googongs. TUE benefit social to Mr.8. Temple, who for some considerable time hds been an invalid, cam- off as advertised at the 'resi dance of Mr. Wm. Feagan's on Wednesday night last. There were 40 couples present, including a number of visitors from Bun gendore, Queanbeyan, Oarwo'le and other ncighbouring places. The dance musio was supplied by Mrs. R. Kennedy, Miss Feagan, Miss I. Blineksell, Miss Unwin and Mr. S. Swan (piano), and Messrs. A. Feagan, A. Moore, J. Gallagher, and Temple (violin). During the evening some capital songs were rendered by Miss Worthington, Miss Fea. gan, Miss Temple and Mr. A. Feagan, while Miss Ludny gave an admirable step dance. The supper (the catering for which was done by Mrs. J. M. Coleby) reflected much to the credit of the promoters. Mr. John Feagan satisfactorily carried out the duties of M.C The social was a most enjoyable one and those who wore present speak in H igh praise of_ the hospitality extended to them.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BYWONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 18 March 1904

BYWONG. (From Our Correspondent) MINING.- Six tons of ore taken from the pros- pectors' claim on the newly discovered field, six miles from Bungendore, treated at the Dairy Creek Battery, gave a yield of 2oz 5dwts 13grs per ton ; though a good. returns, it falls some- what short of expectations. Two tons of stone taken out as a trial lot, from the reef lately taken up by F. and H. Kershaw, returned the owners 1oz 4dwts to the ton. This class of stone was left by the former owners, who considered it not good enough. (Wonder what they would consider good enough !) Despite this some people say there is no gold on Bywong; looks the other way about, when a claim that has been ablandoned for years gives a return like the above. Shepherd's claim is still going on well. Keir Brothers are raising another crushing from   their reef. Seymour is getting good prospects on his Doughboy Hill claim. Mr. Wakefield is   expected to start work on hs claim shortly. WEATHER.-We...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

Epitome of News. TilE railway reveune shows a very great improvemout, mainly due to the wheat traffic. - Russia is building at the Nikolaieff dock yards thre 28S-knot destroyers and a swift cruiser. The Government has received information from the War Office of its intention to pay the: balance of about £44,000 due in con. nection with the Citizens' Bushmen Con tingent. ' The Times ' states that the Japanese are holding A.nj, and that Russian and Japanese scouts are separated only by the River Cheng cheng. Mr. Valder Commercial Agent at Durban, has cabled that the duty on flour and wheat for Natal consumption has been suspended, but that the duty of 10 per cent, on bran re mains unaltered. Prince Louis Bonaparte, who was reported to be on his way to the Far East to take com mand of a Cossack regiment, has been stopped at St. Petersburg the Czar refusing him permission to procooed. For the horeo sections of the Sydney Show no less than 700 entries have been recaived and it is stated ...

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 — 22 March 1904

Garden and Field Caltomilar for March. 1904 (By A, Lansdowne, Seed.m~n, .Goulbitrn.) TIE heavy rains during the month have miss sed us greatly; still deop,thorough cultivation will at times greately assist growth during a dry period. We.again urge sowing in drills, and adding some suitable fertilizer The expense in every way is less than in broadcast sowing.. All crops to provide winter feed should be sown at once. Cape Barley, rape, and rye are the best to withe stand severe weather, and rape is excellent for a cheap, yet effective green " manure. Lucerne for a lasting crop must not be neg lected. Prospects are for a continuance of the pecular weather we have lately bad. Some good rainfalls, fogs, anid cool seo breezes. Hot at times, but early frosts likely. Kitchen Garden.-Sow Queen onion, cab. bagse of cortain kluds, turnips of all kinds, ceeks, spinach, lettnue, kohl rabbi, radish bress parsely, and a few cauliflower and Iroccoli. Plant out cauliflowers, cabbage, potato onions, ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Goulburn Races [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

Goulburn Races Tics following weights have been declared for the two principal events of the Goulburn Riices on Thursday and Friday next : City Handicap, 1 mile 50 yards. - The Palmist 10.12, Ballalaba 8.10, Elmo 8.5, Bega 8.5, Colin Clink 8.2, Parma 7.12, Czar 7.12, The Squire 7.10, Daylight 7.10, Lord Roberts 7.2, G(anymede 7, Alcoy 6.9. Goulburn Handioap, 1+ miles. - The Palmist 1010, Elmo 8.4, Bega 8.4, Colin Clink 8, Parma 7.10, Czar 7.10, The Squire 7.8, Daylight 7.8. Lord Roberts 7, Alcoy 6. 7, Ganymede 6.12.

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
One-Tree Hill Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

One-Tree Hill Picnic Races. ON Saturday last a race meeting, ran under the supervision of the committee of the One-Tree Hill Race Cinh, took place on the course opposite the Cricketers' Arms Hotel. Ihe weather was delightful for out-door amusement, and the atteudance good, fully 350 people benlug present, including visitors from Queanbeyan, Yas-, Gundareio, Sutton, and elsewhere. Owing to the unavoidable absence of the secretary (bk. J. F. Heazlett) Mr. P. Hollingsworth accepted the position and discharged the duties involving upon him to the satisfac ion of all concerned. Mr. A. T. Davis officiated as judge; Mr. T. Gribble as starter; Mr. S. Buckmaster as clerk of the scales; and Messrs. J. Bo;d, C Buck master and P. Vallance as handicappers. The racing was good and to lend additional interest a local bookmaker plied his vocation but the public had the best of the deal throughout the day. The results are: Handicap Hack Race, 6 furlongs. Mr. A. Pateman's ch m Nora by Sianora 8.10 (T...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Guilfoyle Murder [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

The Guilfoyle Murder THE Inspector.General of Police (Mr Garvin) received a telegraphic reportfrom one of the country centres on Saturday, which if the information proves correct, is likely to lead to the arrest of the criminal who, with Shaw was responsible for the murder-of constable Guilfoyle in Sheperd Street, Darlington, on July 19, 1902. The telegram was received late on Saturday from Goulburn, and was to the effect that a man resembling Skidmore had been seen at Harden. The man had evidently been shadowed by the local police, as he was seen by them to entrain at the railway station. They were unable to. give his destination... Mr. Garvin, recognising the importance of the message, had the telegram duplicated at once to all the principal metro politan police stations, together with a de scription of the man. A number of plain clothes men 'were also relieved of their ordinary duties so-that they might assist the detectives who are at present watching the chief roads leading int...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Real Household Need. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

, Real Household Need. "No mother should be without Zam-Buk in the hoube," says Mrs Moetain, of Spring St., Arnolifte, Sydney. "I mysif, haive proved it invaluable. About a month ago I pro cured a sample pot of ZiBm-Bak and used it on a sore leg, which up to ,that time I" could not cure,. although many treatments had been tried. I was so 'pleased with the effect of the sample pot that I purchased a large pot, and have always found it wonder. fully effective for sores, cuts and burns, and for this reason Zam Buk is invaluable in the home."?'` Zam.Buk the Great Herbal Healing Balm, is a speedy cure for piles ringworm, eczema,i boils, running sores, sore legs, barcoo, rheumatism, neuralgia, etc. As an embrocation forstrained muscles and tendons Zam-Buk, rubbed well into theoparts. affeo. ted, is unequalled. Asa household balm for cuts, burns, brnises, pimples, suburn, sole feet, freckles, prickly hoat,jblackheads, and rough skin Zam Buk, is invaluable. From all medicine vendors, price ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Travelling Sheep Limits [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

" r frav IU t?.Seep Limits BaFOBE the FederalTligh:Court on.Thursday, special leave was' gianted to appeal from a decision of Mr. Justice Pring, in Chambers, in a case in which Frederick Saunders was praceeded against at Gundagai on a charge that, being a drover in charge of travelling sheep, he did not produce a permit when demanded by a police officer. It appeared that he was taking sheep from one run to another, a distance of 25 miles. It was contended by the defendant thatas the sheep were not travelling 40 miles he did not require to be armed with a travelling statement, and the magistrate upheld the contention. Mr. Justice Pring, however, held that the magis tratecame to a wrong conclusion. He held that the law had been changed by consolida tion, and that a travelling statement was required for any distance. FLoxLm?a!--Fou THs TsTa AH BaaAra - A few drops of the liquid ' Floriline' sprinkled on swet tooth brush produces a pleasant :lather which thoroughly cleanses the teeth fr...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Horrible Tragedy in Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

Ilorrible Tragedy in Melbourne A DREADFUL tragedy was enacted at Whit tle. sea last Friday, when a man named William Henry Oats, a labourer, murdered his wife, Harriet Elizabeth Oats, by cutting her throat with a carving knife, the man immediately afterwards committed snicid . Oats and his wife were middle-aged people with a grown. up faniily. Neighbours agree in saying that Mrs. Oats was a hard-working woman, whose life was embittered by Ihe moody "ad angry 'tempoerandtdleness of-herhusband. "It: was by her.efforts that a home was got togethei, and a small cottage plurchased. Her firm refusal to allow her husband to get posses sion of the title deeds led to her being sub. jected to such continual illhtreatment that she went in terror of. her life, for the morose and savage nature of the man appeared to deyelop into dementia. -' Mrs. Oats finally threatened to 'leave him, and this threat proved the immediate course of the tragedy.? : The family were at the midday dinner in the kitch...

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 it—Editor Q.A. THE QUEANBEYAN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

Open Column. The public are allowed to express their opinions in this Column providing alil co.respondence is signet by tbhe writer--rot necesarily f ,r publicttlo:l At the same time, we wish it to be clc.rilt understood that we do not endorse the oplllionu or thone who eo make ue u1 of it Editor f A. THE QUEANBEYAN SHOW. Siit,-To soothe the mind of a .Mad Jura Righter of Wrongs, Pharaoh said to Moses, "One grumbler makes many, but the chronic geombler is the worst of any." A BILL for the future management of the Queaubeyan P. and A Show. As it has been shown that where there's a WILLa there's a Way, and the Mad Jura Righter has discovered the " Way," and always has the " Will," he is the one to manage them. (1) Be it hereby e,acted that in future the Righter shall be President and sole autocrat, and he shall appoint his cwn com mittee to be chosen from the " energetic farmers" who are most deficient in the gift of the gab and were most disgusted with the management of the last show...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket News MICHELAGO v. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

Clicket News MIQHELAkGO v..QUEA.NB4YAN. A Teait from Michelago tried conclusions against Queanbeyan on the local wicket on Saturday last, the match resulting in a win for the home team by 139 runs. Mr. Ling stood as umpire for Queaubeyan, Mr. Kelly acting in a similar capacity for the visitors. Messrs. '. P. Woodward and W. Ryrie captained the respective teams. For the home team Boyd was the principal contribu tor, compiling 102 runs before he was dis posed of. For MiobelagodW. Ryrie was the top scorer with 53 runs to his credit. At 1 o'clock the visitors were entertained at a sumptuous repast, prepared and" served at Hungeoford's Hotel.' Thoe individual soeres are: QUEANuIEYAN.- lst Indings. Dunlop, b Commines ................ ... 0 Hincksman, c MoTiernan, b Commins 35 'Bodd, a MaTiernan, b W, Ryrie ...... 102 'Wobdward,b -McDnald;;c 30-. IHugetford-co Commine, bMcDouald 14 H: Denne, o A. Kelly, b W. Ryrie ... 0 A. E. Moore, b W. Ryrie . 15 A. R. Moore, c Commins, b McDonald 4 B. H...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

UNDER FIRE, THAT'S THE REAL TEST. It looks nice in the ping and very pretty in the tin-but it is when it gets into your pipe that the test comes. YANKEE SDOODLE TOBACCO S au ' \\ will then be found a, po! i ve delight to smoke. * SII PLUGS or AIR-TIGHT 1INS -DARK or BRIGHT. , Try it and see. 18 MASCOTTE TOBACCO. Rewards in connection with this Tobacco have been desoontinned from*1st March MASCOTTE TOBACCO. : Has now become firmly established as as favourite with the-smoking publio. BOOMERANG, BRANDY.: ".The Resident Medical Officer of a large Colonial Hospital writes :-Onr patients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's'Boomerang Brandy.. It is a very Nourishing and Benefioial Stimulant." WELCOME NUGGET T TOBACCO PH, RBES2T1 AMERICA PRODUCES cf b inal { l~uigs,. and4 hip 2-o. end 4}.oz Tine.. Borough of Queanbeyan FRESUI TENDERS TENDERS fir LIGHTING STREET LAMPS will be received up to 3 p.m. on THURSDAY, 31st inatant. Speoificatio-s and partieulara may be sgen at the Council ...

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 22, 1904. Our New Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

WITH WHICH ARE NOORIPORATP ' ED Queaubeyau Times, Bdngendore.i Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner.`' 'fUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1904. Our .New Electorate. ? .?T.Hn map of our new electorate, at present. known as " No. 39,"'in which our readers Shave particular interest, is at present before us. 'With the exception of that part of the old electorate which lies south of a line dra~n from six miles south of Tuggranong to about the same distance south of the Burra the electorate of Queanbeyan remains intact; that part is attached to Monaro. But in order to make the required size, on an essential population basis, the western line is carried out to.within twelve milesof Yass, and cross ing the main Southern Railway stretches as far west as Biala; on the northern side we run practically right into the precincts of Goulburn, and continuing in a north-easterly directicii almost touches on Marulan ; on the eastern we go within ten miles of Sassafras, and run on south as far as Monga, and from th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

The Storyleller. 1e I.ou e oq tl1 . un1le$ ide. OIHAPTER XLr.-COX'rIiNUFD 'Oh, Molly ! No; ho's only playing with her. And she's a real good sort, too! She wouldn't stand in anybody's way. No ; it's the people he's got to. he civil to whether he likes it or not that are such a'nunisance .' 'Yes ; 1 suppose so,' said Barbara tranquilly. She gave no sign of understand' ing the drift of Airs. Christisoin's remarks, and she presently had the malicious Fatie faction of seeing her reliro below disep. pointed and crestfallen failure of her hints. What..wero Barbara's surprise and amuse ment however when Miss Mollison presently came up and expressed to her exactly the same views, though in different and even plainer lngen go I ' Dear {farry ' was passionately fond of her, it seemed, and was only making fun of '-dear old Chris'; and he was prevented fr nc propbsing to hersolf only by the difficulty of finding a chrnce, of being alone with her, wi.h so many people about.' Barbara could scarce...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

MEN WOMEN T is as good for women as for men. Women often times need a vitalizing tonic. Wolfe's Schnapps has always been a fine thing for "tired" and ;uffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps is At old honest all round tonic. beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. Wolfe's Schnapps and TAKE NOTHING ELSE. SHOW ! ! SJIOW I Ladies DON'T FORGET To Jook 't ou1f Shlow of AUTUMN GOODS JiiaN IiN. New Jackets - Fur Boas Stylish Costumes Comfortable Corsets Pretty Shoes Trimmed Hats silk Underskirts i:andsome Blouses Stylish Boots Children's Costumes Tailor Made Ladi.•, Hosiery IBoy's Knicker Suits : Childr en' s : Tunics Gents' Suit H:its,- Scarfs, Ties, Braces, And a Hundred and one -Things Suitable for the Coming Season. ALL MARKED AT Reassoable Prices. flayes Russell, : - . TQUEANBEYAN. DONT DE FOOLIS I. ISiY'T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicycle that has D3 name and which will be always going out of order. WHY NOT BUY A RED BIRD BICYCLE FOR 1904. -A ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. 'PABELlAMENTARY ELSCTORATES AND ELECTIONS ACT, 1902," AND "ELECTORATES REDISTRIBUTION ACT, 1904." NOTICE Or PROI'OSED NEW E! I:,'fol:AL DIsTRICFS TO BE CONSTITUTED UNDER TUE PROVI. -IONS OF THE L.TTER Actr. THE Electcral Districts Coami~rsioners hereby give notice that it is proposed, for the purpose of the Acts aforesaid, to conatitute, among others, certain new Electoral Districts with the boundar'ea described in the first column, and comprising wholly or partly the now existing Electoral Districts named in the second colurnif, of the Schedule hereto. Objections to the constitution of the proposed new Electoral Districts will be received by the COobmissioners at their Office, Phillip-street, Sydney. All such objections must be in writing, and must be made within fourteen days as prescribed by law. Existing Eletoral Districts Boundaries of proposed New Electoral District. wholly or partly eomprised in proposed New DistriLts. No 39 Commeneing on the Goodrad...

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BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 22 March 1904

BUNGENDORE A CRICKET match between the Bungendore and Gidleigh teams was played at Bungen- dore last Saturday, resulting in a win for the visitors by 124 runs, they having com- piled 179 runs as against Bungendore's 55. The Progress Committee have succeeded in inducing the member for the district to have the main streets cleared of thistles, which makes a great improvement. A large gathering was present at the Hibernian sports on St. Patrick's Day. A ball, held in the Temperance Hall at night, was also well patronised. Mr. J. H. Carruthers, M P., is expected to visit Bungendore on a shooting expedition at the end of this week. An endeavour is being made to induce Mr. Carruthers to deliver an address here.

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