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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
MED ITOAL. DR. RICHARDSON will he ABSENT from Queanheyan for ABOUT a FORT NIGHT from this date, during which time DR. B]ACxALL will attend to hia Patients. March 29, 1904. W.WALLACE HARKINS L. C. D. S., 1. 1. S. . DENTIST, ( l A started practice in QUEANBEYAN and at present may be consulted at MoPHnasoN's COMMERCIAL HOTEL pending the fitting up of a surgery. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Guaranteed without After Effects. ALL FEES MODERATE. ETERY BRANCH OF DENTISTlRY PRACTIOED. BRANCH SURGERIES in Nowra, Berry Kasigaroo Valley, Milton, Bateman's Bay, Nel. igen, and Macquarie-St., Sydney, |W. VEIITs BUNGENDORE PERIODICALLY DONT BE FOOLISH. ISi('T IT FOOLISH TO WASTE YOUR MONEY on a bicycle that has n3 name and which will be always going out of order. WHY NOT BUY A RED BIRD BICYCLE. FOR 1904. A REAL UP-TO.DATE BICYCLE. One thatis FULLY GUARANTEED and which will LAST you FOR YEARS, no matter what sort of work 3ou give it. WRITEI' TO US OR CALL ON OUR LOCAL AGENTS. YOU CAN buy on LONG EASY TERMS...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
The Storyteller. Thle, Rottle op te Surile$ $idce. OHAPTECR XIII.-CoNTNUErD. Johnson, in the meanwhile, made very un comfortabl, and uneasy by the little scene,. was speaking in low tones to Sir Hubert, trying in vain to induce him to' out it short.' But Hubert took not the least notice of him, except to frown petulantly as he began: solemnly to count out money until he had a total of twelve thousand eight hundred francs, which he handed to Johnson. 'I owe you another two thousand two kindred. Let me see-that's eighty-eight pounds. I'll give you a cheque when we get back to the yacht,' said he,when he had offered the money to Johnson with a certain air which the other found it impossible to resist. ' But, my dear tellow, you're making me jolly uncomfortable i' began Jolhsen rather plaintively. ' Not so uncomfortable as yen weald have made me,' reterted Hube rt in as level a tone as ever, ' if you had gone on encouraging my wife to gamble away either my money or yours 1' ' I should h...
A New Weed. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
A": · -Newr -Weed. . ;1 A rat.ýweeks ago in the columns of this paper we mentioned the enormous rapidity with which the " Star " thistle w a spreading throughout this State . a:weed of the most noxious species, and one promising to be of a widely detrimental character, and, as we have previously mentioned, one that was absolutely unknown to this State seven years ago. We have now to chronicle the appear ance of another newcomer. For several weeks past we have been closely watching the rapid growth of a foreign weed in this town, which according to a description given in the AeRICuLTURAn GAZErI& by J.. H Maiden is the Baffalo Burr of the United States. It is closely allied to the potato and tomato, but instead of having a smooth fruit as those plants do, it has spiny burrn, some. what resembling those of the Burdock at first, but developing at maturity into nearly spherical spiny balls, filled with black irreg. ular seeds. The plant may ie seen growing in several places on th...
Rabbit Industry at Young. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
IRabbit Industry atf Young. THE Young " Chronicle ives.somo inter esting detailsconcerning the volume of the rabbit trapping indus'try in that district. Between January4 and Miarch: 19 this year the lRosowarne Pecking Company received at Young 184,065 pairs of rabbits, and many private consignments were made from thel district in addition to this total. The record day was Saturday, March 12, when 6600 pairs. of rabbits were purcbased. The country around Young is now pretty clear of rabbits, but as the weather grows cooler trap pers are going futher back, and supplies are numerous. The highest " catch " made by a man in one day was 116 pairse, which re alised £1 lls. Some 50 carts arrive at tho works daily, and about 400 men and boys are.engaged in trapping. Trappers arrive from.-ydney continually, and it will be new for those ab'ut. to strike out into the countryto loarn.that many who have pur chased cheap traps in the city, have found these to be more suitlable for rats tbhaurabbit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
A. W. MORIARTY.] [E. 0. ATKINsoN. A. W." Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Commission Agents, ' ONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARp n;' SALES WEEKLY at Lind Yards. AT .BUNGENDORE MONTHLY. Early entries invited. Furnitue Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stock and consigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUOTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION A.G-NT, Monacro-Street, Queanbegacn. PAles conducted in any part of the D strict. P/'OMPT SETTLEMICNTS imenodiately after Sale through Mr. T. E. WolDoeK, bionaro. street, Quennlbej an. a' ConRESPONDENCE INVITED) R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASONI, "Next Hluhngerford's Hotel, MONA2 O-SI'RElT. Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE KERBIN OS, S•and IRON RAILINGS. 'ý Charges Mloderate. -" "- Old Work Renovated. Ineriptions Neatly (1 ALL WOEK GUARANTEED. or Don't forget the New Address, near ' the Bridge. Anthony Hordern's Famous Low Prices ARE BEST FOR YOU. Th...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1904. Defence of Australia. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
:WITwX WEIOK AR INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Kiner. TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1904.i" Defence of Australia. SCONTRIBUTED.] Win, grim war, is again attracting the. at tention of the world; and although the information as to the progress of the Russd Jappo'struggle is but meagre, there is not the slighest doubt that number, of men on both sides :are being sent to meet their. Mlaker without ceremony, sentiment, o.d loss Sof valuable time. What the ultimate. re sult may be it is difficult to conjecture, but "the bare fact remains that the far Eastern struggle may be the means at any moment of drawing the great European Powers: to ' their gunesto participate in lawful bloody murder called war. It therefore naturally occurs to the average Australian whether in the- event of England again falling into line of battle, our own country is prepared - to undego the test of defending itself. Si vispacem para bellum, and, according to the Minister for Defence...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 29 March 1904
Local and General. FouR candidates have already announced themselves for the Monaro electorate. No issue of the AGE on Good Friday-a printers' holiday, and one of two in the year. THE results of the r"cent Lan Board ruitting in Sueanbeyan kave not yet been eosivae at the Land Office. THu quarterly Licensing Court for the distrist of Queanbeyan will be held next Tuesday. THn sheep dog trial at the Cooma Show was won by a dog owned by Mr. P. Kelly, of Michelago. Ma. C. RIsvES, officer in charge of the Michelago Railway Station, has been pro moted to the position of Station Master. THE Christ Church Chrysanthemum Show has been fixed for the 27th and 28th of April. MR. Wt. SNow has purchased the pro perty opposite the Victoria Hotel, known as Pike's hay and corn stores. AN old-age pensioner at Moruya, aged 75, who wedded a widow three score and ten a abshort time ago,.is already anxious for divorce. SUB-INSPECTOR BRAYNE has presented a report on the prevelance of the disease known as "p...
CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
OHAPTIR XIV. In tthe quiet days that followed :their 're turn from the cruise, Barbara brooded over that unlucky little exhibition of temper of. hers, more even than over the incidents of the visit to Ostend. Indeed it was difficult, now that they had settled into the old groove againD, and Lucette had at once dropped her coquetities of dress and manner, to believe that the bustling housewife wrapped 'up in details of the cleaning of silver and the: preparing of home-made jams 'could be the reckless' gambler of a few days back, or the practised flirt who had secured the attentions of Mr. Johnson.' ' (To' 1E 'COnr?IUZD). ' . ": ex-a?
HOW MEN HAVE MISSED MAKING FOR TUNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
HOW MEN HAVE MISSED MAKING FOR TUNES. IT is astounding how many men may every. whero be found who are discontented-who feel instinctively that they were born for better things ; who in some way, they scarce know how, have allowed life's golden opportunities to peas them by, failing to achieve what they be. liove might have been, theirs. No one can point to any definite defect in them, yet they have failed. Why have they failed. 4 To the export observer the cause is very ob-. vious. Success is achieved only by energy and energy is what they lack. Now energy, whether of the hand or the head, is improved by food. A starved man can neither dig the ground properly nor think out a matter cleat iy. SHas a man, therefore, in order to become en. eigetio, merely to be supplied with good food .i No ; unfortunately the ease is rot so simple as that. The food that he oats must do its work proper!y.; must make rich, pure blood, and repair thewaste whice is continually taking place in his system. ...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
The Storyteller. CHAPTER XIII." roNTINUhD. ' I it true, Miss Hayle, that you idon't likelgood-looking men ?' asked hle, as he came up. ' I don't know that I do particularly:. ' Do you think me good-looking ?' Barbara almost laughed.- 'Whenever this man was with her, his good-humoured tone, the humourous look in his eyes, always went .`. fai`-:to allay whatever resentment she might have against him. Now she'was afraid that if she looked at him the expressien of his face would set her smiling.. So' she would not raise her eyes, but answered composedly . ' I suppose you are what people call good. looking.'. '" 'Take a look and see.' Barbara' shook with suppressed flaughter. Then she 'flaeshed at hiinma, quic side-glance, and began to giggle in" spite of herself. '.Well, now, do you think.me so ?'. . 'Oh, I suppose.sol' ' Pardon me,' insisted he, ' but it's 'n6b:fa' matter to be slurred over like that.. I feel that my reputation as a beauty is,' at stake. Come--I'll give you any 'view o...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
Local and General. MR. ALBERT CnAPM?.A is seriously consid. ering his political chances for this electorate. FIELD trial of cultivating implements at Mr. J. Reid's, Canberra, on Saturday next. FRon. a heavy storm of rain yesterday, lasting but fifteen minutes, 23 points were registered at the Pnst Offioe. THE Daily o7lograpl says that Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan will not contest this electorate again. MR. BROINOwsKi, the organising secretary of the Liberal and Reform Party, will speak in the Prostestant Hall to-morrow night. AT the Land Office last week the follow ing applications were lodged:--Sidney James Flint, of Uriarra, 50 acres a.o.p., and 150 so. c.1, county Cowley, and parish Booroomba. Mn. B0SOARD has asked us to announce that he will arive in Queanbeyan this even. ing, and remain until Thursday morning, 14th inst. MR. TnoMAs RosE, the present member for Argyle, has announced his intention to con test the Queanbeyan electorate at the forth. coming election, in the interests of re...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
Municipal Council. AT the usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council held last Thursday night there were present : Aldermen Hungerford (Mayor), Pike, Collett, Hincksman, and Dixie. The only correspondence received since last meeting was a co nmunication from the Under-Secretary for Lands, stating that a grant of £5 had been lodged with the Com mercial Banking Company to be devoted to the care of the local rec. reserve.-Received. The General Account showed a credit balanne of £4318is lid; L;ghting Accont £61 19a 2d to credit, and Rec. Reserve Ac count a credit of £13 9a 6d. Accounts amounting to £18 3s 10d were passed for payment. Alderman Pike enquired of the Mayor if he had an idea when the Fallen Soldiers' Monument would be completed. The Mayor replied that he had conversa tion with the contractor (Mr. Horton) who was apparently annoyed *at the committee for their tardiness in making payments, and he underst~od that he (the contractor) would not complete the work before th...
The Minister for Works. TO CONTEST THE PHILLIP DINISION [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
Thei Minister forVorkli . TO CONTEST-THE PHILLIP DINESION ARunMOUR, which has beenu current for some time past, that Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan, State 'Minister for works, would not again seek the sufferages of the electors 'df"Queaubeyan, but thbat"he would be a candidate for Phillip, in opposition to Mr. Daniel O'Connor (says the Daily Telegraplh), has been confirmed. Mr. O'Sullivan, after conferring with his friends, and after carefully cousidering the situation, has determined not to again: face the electors of Quoanbeyan. A number ,of the electors of Phillip olaim'that the elector ate has always been strongly in favoar of the Ministerial party, butcircnmstanoes over which they had no control in the way" of the selection of candidates opntributed to the loss of the seat. With the added portion of Darlington, they expect that Mr. O'Sullivan will pill heavily, if he's nob abtually elected.: Mr,.O'Sullivan says it is deemed advisable that he should stand for a city. constituency, so that...
The Wheat Yield. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
The Wheat Yield. Tuis year's wheat yield iiu]New South Wales constitutes a record, 27,000,000 bushels having been harvested, being 10,000,000 bushels in excess of the previous record year of 1901. The average yield was eearly 17 bushels: per acre. The yield of wheateu hay is also good, 451,825 tons having been gathered from 285,701 aores* This, with the large quantities of lucerne, oaton, and other hay, combined with the great quantities of straw saved, will give the State the finest re serve of feed she has ever had.
The Douglas Park Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
The Douglas Park Murder. Tnh Syrian Harrideen, the self.oenfessed murdererof the old man, Oharles Smith, at Douglas Park near Piotou, a week ago, con. tinnes under treatment for his wounds in the gaol hospital atParramatta. It was thought possible that he would bein a fit condition to be brought before the court and formally committed for trial within a few days, but he is so severely wounded that the visiting gaol surgeon (Dr. W. B. Violetto)jdoes not con. sider it likely he will be in a fit state to ap pear for at least another three'weeks. One ballet passed through the man's leg, but the other is embedded in his arm.
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
Epitome of News. It is reported that the Russian agents have vainly tried to raise a loan in France, Germany, and England. Sir John See propos -a to return to New Zealand shortly, and will remain away for a month or six weeks. Heavy rain fell last week in the northern portion of the State, particularly on the north-western slopes. Forty thousand deaths from plague have taken placein the Bombay Presidency, India, during the last week. It is proposed to place clubs on the same footing as hotels with regards to the sale of liquors in Queensland. V. J. Tarlinton's Skylark won the water jump at the Sydney show with a distance of SOft. Sin. The dead body of a young man was found at the foot of the cliffs at Bluefish Point, Manly, on Sunday morning. An important discovery of copper ore is alleged to have been made within a few miles of Maitland by a resident of the district. A large area of the Hu.ter River district has been inundated by the overflow of the river consequent on the recent r...
Importation of Chinese into South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
Importation of Chinese into South Africa. AT a meeting attended by some 3000 people held in the Sydney. Town Hall 'on Tuesday evening, and presided over by the Lord Mayor, resolutions were carried emphatically protesting against the proposed introduction of Chinese labour on the Rand. Mr. Seddon, ·the New Zealand premier, sent a cable: '!Delighted to hear of the anti-Chinese meeting, and earnestly hope, even though late, that reason may prevail against the threatened disgrace and disaster to the Transvaal and the Empire." The p:hioipal speaker was Mr. John Norton, M.L.A., who vigorously assailed the proposal to import Obhinese into SoutlAfrioa. Mr. O'Sullivan. said that he believed that King Edward `'ould be very loath to put his pen* to- any. Act in favour of such a scheme.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 5 April 1904
In Memoriam. IN loving memory of my dear husband, GEORGE BLEWITT, who departed this &nbsp; life on April the first, 1903. At rest. The face I loved I now lies low, The fond true heart is still ; The hand I often clasped in mine, Lies low in death's cold chill. Inserted by his loving wife, ANNIE BLEWITT