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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 25 March 1904
-Wasted Vitality RESTORED TO Robust Health. The OA of Mr, . IINANOlI (a' o-va aaronTss). From faded letters and dimly-rememlbee talk of those who once clang fondly to the legends and traditions of old, only a very hazy outline of events can generally be - obtained, so for present requirements it is advisable to get our information as oppor. tunity affords. This object led to a re. porter's visit to Mr. ~ichard Shannon, of Goganjo, St. James'-road, Waverley, once a resident of Balmain, reference to which fact appears below. "When I was living in Birchgrove-road, Balmain," said Mr. Shannon, " I had ah ex. perience which I cloan refer to very feelingly. It is in relation to my health, which gave me considerable trouble and anxiety. I could not enjoy anything, so you may guess I was in a bad way. I felt thoroughly knooked out, having no energy in my body to do any work, and looking upon al ,matters which came under my notice as being too troublesome to be thought of. The wretched feelin...
CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, MARCH 27. Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 25 March 1904
Ct'H'ETac= SERVICES SU DAY, MAPCo 27. Church of England- Qoeanbeyan-11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. R*ev. W. M. WHITE, Minister. Canberra--ll a.m. Uriarra-3 30 p.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Cathoic Queanbeyan-Mase 11 a.m. devotions 7.30 p.m. REV. R. COLLENDER, Priest Preusbyterian r Special Evangelistio Serviced, March 20th to 29th, inclusive, week evenings except Saturday 7.30 p m. SUNDAY NEXT. Queanbeyan--ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Canberra-3 p.m. Mr. John Mitchell Assembly's Evanegelist. Gandaroo-3 p.m. REV. W. M. SMITH, B. A., Minister.in-Charge. Methodist HARVEST THIANKSGIVINGS. Queanbeyan--l a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. Stewart. 3 p.m. Mr. S. Southwell. Wattloe Park--ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Mr. John Gale. Woodfiold-3 p.m. Rev. W. Stewart. Rev. W. STEWART, Minister.
OBITUARY. RICHARD JAMES HARRIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 25 March 1904
OBITUARY. RICHARD JAMES HARRIS.. l ON Wednesday morning news was received in town of the demise of-an old and highly t respected resident in the person of Mr. Richard James Harris, which took plaos at 1 his residence, .Tugg'ranong, that motrning, after a long and painful illness, attributed to an internal complaint. The deceased, who S'was'74 years of age, immigrated-to Australia in the early .fifties, when he was hut 20 Syears old. After landing in this colony Mr. Harris proceeded to the western districtse Dubbo and Mudgee - where he plied the vocation of a wheelwright,, afterwards - coming to Qneanbeyan and engaging with t Mr. Michael Hubert, 'who; at that time, owned Nasa station. Latterly he was for: a number' of years employed-by Messrs. A. J. s and J. Cunningham. While residiug in the Tuggranong district.deceased; selected r apiece of land, and made a home whore ii roared a family, who are now all grown-up. r The deceased leaves an aged widow and th s followhig soins and daugh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 25 March 1904
W. WALLACE HARKINS L. C. D. .,R D. S. D DENTIST, -. HAS started practice in QUEANBEYAN and at present may be consulted at McPHRasoN's COMMERCIAL HOTEL pending the fitting up of a surgery. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Guaranteed without After Effects. ALL FEES MODERATE. ErERY BRANCH OF DENTISTPRY PRACTICED. .BBBRANCH SURGERIES in Nowra, Berry' Kangaroo Valley, Milton, Bateman's Bay, Net. ligen, antd Mocquarie-St., Sydney. JW VISITr BUNUEND.OR PERIODICALLY ! S crubbing. WANTED AT ONCE, MEN to do 250 Acte oLfSC.UIUBULNG. For "psrticulira p?ply-, J J. EDMIUNDS, BUIRBNG. S STOCK-TAKING I STOGK-TAKIlG! STOC K Tk Km. Sale! Sale!? COMMENCING Thursday. 24th Instant. Are ofering their Enormous Stocki at Great Reductions in all Departmenti To effect a Clearance before Commencing to take Stook. 5s in the 5 ini the 48 in the,. ALLOWED OFF CASH ALLOWED OFF ALL ALLOWED OFFIALL . PURCHASES OCAH PRECBASES CAS PURCHASES OF DRAPERY GOODS OF BOOTS & SHOES OF Millinery Men's Boots Ironmongery Hosiery Y...
The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
The Weather. THE autumn season is on the.verge of draw ing to a close, and the first taste of winter is being experienced. Winter has approached again without that heavy fall of rain essen tial to the assurance of a good season. The district has dried up wonderfully during the last few weeks, and pastoralists entertain grave fears of a shortage of grass, which is imminent if a fair fall be not recorded dur ing the coming month. Last Saturday after noon steady rain set in, and continued inter mittently throughout the evening ; only 26 points were registered in Queanbeyan, though in other parts of thu distriet the fall was much heavier, while in many parts not a drop fell. Towards Williamnsdle the fall was the heaviest, between which place and Michelago, we hear, brush fencing was washed away. The Queanboeyn river was caused to rise and is now flowing over the weir wall.
Cricket News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Cl ickot News. A xtATCr was played betweenoo the Duntroon and Gininderra Clubs on the Duntroon wicket 'oi Saturday, and' resulted in a win for the bome team by 29 runs on the first innings. Time did not permit of Duntroon flaying a second innings. For the home team the chief contributors were A. De. Srmet (62) and G. Marty' (20). For the visitors the principal scorers wore S. Murty, and H. and G. Southwoll. The individual scores are : GININDERRA C. O. 1st Innings.; G. Gribble oJ Mayo, b. H. Deune ...... 2 1I. Southwell o F Campbell b 1HDenne" 0 G. Southwell lbw b W Dunn ............... 26 S. M urty hA DeSmet ................... 44 W. Alexander o Butt h A DeSmet ..... 1 B. Casey b A DeSmet ... ........... .. O E. Southwell c Butt b W Dunn . ....... 7 B Butter c' Mayo b W Dunn .......... 2 J Hollingsworth b A DeSmet .......... E.J. Southwell. not out ....... ... ........ J. Boyd b W: Donn ......... ....... 0 Sand ices .................. . ....... 5 Total......................... 87 DU...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Epitome of News. The Japanese have executed a Korean who was found to be acting as a Russian spy at Ping-yang. The death is announced of Sir E lwin Arnold, the famous poet, Orientalist, and journalist, at the age of 72. The equipment for a German system of wireless telegraphy has been sent by Russia to lake Bakal. . Viceroy Alexeieff has renewed the demand that all Chinese officials ant soldiers be withdrawn from Manchuria. Mr. Carruthers believes that the Liberal party will return from the next elections with a strong working majority. The labor party, in the opinion of the Opposition leader, will come back in its proportionate strength, but Ministerialists will sauer very considerably. A member of the Japanese House of Rep resentatives, and editor of a radical paper, has been impeached at Tokio, as a Russian spy, and his newspaper suppressed. In one night 13 men charged with being implicated in the murder of the Empress of Korea in 1895, were strangled, while 86 others were hanged...
Methodist— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Queanbeyan--ll a.m. Mr. L. Brown. 7.30 p.m. Rev.W. Stewart. Wattle Park-11 a.m. Mr. S. Southwell. (Woodbura). 7 p.m. Mr.. G. Southwell. Woodfleld-.3 p.m. Mr. J .Gale. Weotangera-3 p.m. Mr. 0. W. Southwell. Rev. W. STEWART, Minister.,
School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
School Piicnic. AN enjoyable outing was afforded the sohool children of Duntroon on Saturday last, when about one hundred put in an appear ance at a pionic promoted by Mr. W. Rolfe, the local puplio school teacher, and held on the Duntroon Plain. In addition to the number of school children mentioned there were present a great many adults from the surrounding localities. During the day footraces and other athletic events were in dulged in, and prizes awarded to the win nors At mid-day and in the afternoon sumptuous repasts were provided, the wants of the visitors being attended to by Mes dames fRottenbury (2), P. Sheedy, Kaye, Blundell, and Warwick, and Misses Sheedy, Blandell, Rottenbury and other ladies. Before the happy company dispersed a photogiapb was taken of the picnickers by the local photographer.
Garden and Field Calendar for March. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Garden and Flcld Calendar for' March. 1904 - . (By A. Lanzsdowne, Seedsman, Goulbumr.) THo heavy rains during themonth have mis sed us greatly; still deep,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 witbi 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 had, Some good rainfalls, fogs, and cool se." breezes. Hot at times, but early froste likely* Kitchen Garden.-Sow Queen onion, rabi bage of certain k;nds, turnips of all kinds, ceeks, spinach, lettu3e, kohl rabbi, radish bress parsely, and a few canliflower and Iroccoli. Plant out cauliflowers, cabbage, potato onion...
Hop Beer With a "Bite." [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Hop Beer With a " Bite." THU Excoise' Department is taking action in connection with temperance beverages, such as hop beer and horehound beer. It is understood that several " soft" drink shops in Brisbano have been visited by officers of the department, and drinks of the character described have bead seised and analysed. They were found to contain more than the due percentage of alcohol. Whether prose cution is likely to !ollow cannot be stated, as the collector of customs absolutely refuses official information on the subject.
Goulburn Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Goulburn Races. THI autumn meeting of theGoulburn Racing Club, which took place last Thursday and Friday was one of the most successful held for many years. The number of horses on gaged at the meeting was larger than for years past, and on the whole the racing was muqh better than is usnallyseen at Goulburn. The Goulburn Handicap of £40, lI mile, was won by Mr. T. Sherd's b g Elmo,Pioneer -Minnie, 8 4 (W. Henderson), with Colin Clink second, and Ganymede third. The winner in this race also ran second in the City Handicap. Mr. W. Ryan's Ballalaba, 8 10. ran first. Mr. M. Byrne's Greenwell, 8 9 (W. Henderson), won the Federal Han dicap. Mr. Gerald Massey's The Palmist was scratched for all engagements. Pretty Boy anl Boonoona were unsuccessful at the meeting.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Gig atic - ldihng Sale PRIOR TO THE EXTENSION OF THEIR PREMISES. WILL HOLD A MONSTER 25 PER CENT, DISCOUNT SALE Commhencing Saturday, 26th March, 1904. 25 pvr cent. off DRAPERY, BO(OTS & SHOES, all newest Stock to select from. No SJob Lots. Every Article Marked in Plain Figures. 10 per cent. off GROCERY & Ironmongery, excluding Sugar, Wire, Salt, Timber, Iron and Produce. AIES 25 per cent. off Zebelines All marked in Plain Figures Taior lad Si Tail d Sit tEMEMBE, this is The SALE OF SALE25percent. off UanvasVoilel ? laU alor Made Suits Tailor ade Suits. R B25 per ce,,t. off Hopsac.ks All marked in Plaia Figuras EVERYTHING A.EDUCED to almost COST PRIOC. 225 percent. off Flake Tweeds All marked in Plain Figures The Largest and est Stoc! in Town to Seleot from and Now is your time to secure Bargains from our New and i 25 per cent. off Poplins All marked in Plain Figures afurther orde.rto arrive. Allat We]l - '-?elected St ck of .. 1 25 per cent. off Serges All marked in...
Accidentally Shot Dead. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
*Accidentally Shot Dead. As a number of boys at Newtown -were pre paring to go to a picnic last Friday morning one of the party Keith Woodward, of 29 St Mary-street, Camperdown, was accidentally shot ddad. The lade met at a house at 92 Wellington-street, Newtown, and while there one of them pulled a revolver out of one of his pockets for the purpose of examin ing it. He was showing it to his companions when it went off, Woodward, who was sitting near by, was shot in the head- The New town branch of the Civil Ambulance Brigade conveyed him to the Prince Alfred Hospital, where he died a few minutes after admission. Deceased was 13 years of age, andsa brother of Mr.. F. P. Woodward, solicitor, of this town. * - HAnnRsoNr, Jones, and Devlin .report by wire :-Thirty three hundred sheep penned; all descriptions represented ;.market opened ninepence to a shilling better, and continued brisk throughout, closing very firm; proe peots good. A PUBLIC meeting is to be convened to night in' Brai...
Another Deeming Horror. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Anot her D eeeniig i orror. A TIOIKETOr.-LEAVE man named Orossman, (says a London cable) lately living in a flat at Kensal Rise, committed suicide in the street yesterday in sensational ciroumstances, suggesting a desire to avoid arrest for murder. Anothoe occupant of the house in. formed the police that ho suspected (rossmnn of concealing a corpse, as there was an evil smelling trunk in a cupboard on his flat. Tohe police thereupon proceeded to the house, and Croseman was bargaining with a van- man to remove tho.trunk when they arrived. ho immediately bolted, and when on the point of capture, drew a razor out of his pocket, and cut h;e throat. The windpipe was severed, with the result that he died im mediately. When the trunk was opened it was found to contain the` body of a young woman embedded in a massof cement. The body, which is supposed to be that of a woman who was passing as Orossman's wife, was greatly decomposed, and life must have been extinct for the lest six weeks. Cor...
Presentation to the Rev. J. H. O'Gorman. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Presentation to the Rev. J. He O'gorman. Press our .'ichelago Correspondent. Wman it became definitely known that the Rev. J. H. O'Gorman was to be removed from Michelego Parish a meeting of his parishioners was held at which it was unani mously decided to recognise his valuable services during his nine years stay in the district by presenting him with an illuminated address and a purse of sovereigns. A strong and influentirl committee was formed consis ting of Messrs D. Kelly, Jas. Cotter, J. Keefe, P. Kelly, F. Smith, W. Kelly, and W. Sohn back (Sec. and Treas.). The presentation took place in the local Hall on Tuesday night last and was an unqualified success, which must be very gratifying to the Com mittee, as well as those who as generously contributed. The attendance was exception ally large and representative (the ball being crowded), and among those present were the Hon. A. Ryrie, M.L.O., Major Ryrie, Rev. R. Collender (Queanbsyan), Messrs D. ]elly, J. Carey and J. Dinnen re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Condition is a very serious matter in Cut Tobaccos. We often see good leaf spoilt through being packed in tins that are not air tight. Cut Tobacco should open up In perfect condition, ready for the pipe, neither too dry nor too moist. Tobacco bOODLE is packed in Patent Air-Tight Ties, and is positively guaranteed to open up fresh and sweet. It is also sold in Plugs - Dark and Bright-and to those who prefer a'Mixtdre, we can honestly say that no better Mixture is sold than I "Y.D." Mixture. Ask your Tobacconist. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. Rewards in connection with this Tobacco have been dscdontinued from let March MASCOTTE. TOBACCO Has now become. firmly established as a favourite with the smoking public. BOOMERANG BRANDY. "The Resident Medical Offcer of. a large 'Colonial Hospital writes :--Or patients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a very Nourishing and Beneficial Stimulant." W-ELCO1TIlE NUG:GE T, TO.BA (4(JO . -TII BEST AMERICA PRODUCES " ' pbainable...
Important to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Important to Selectors.' IT may not be generally known to selectors holding land taken up under any. Act prior to 1884 that they may in certain cases under the provisions of the Act of I903, No 15, have the amount due to Crown to make it a freehold reduced by one fifth of the amount of interest already paid. Application must be made within two years of the date of the 1903 Act.