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The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 April 1904

The Storyteller. '1e. Raouge o1 thd Oxtle,ý Oi~de. C} ,IAPTER XIV.-"orrnulE. Barbai a saw nothing of tbeowner of Ilayle Court. He called once or twice with his aunt. and Lucette returned the visits. But Barb. bara contiivedon all these occasions to *be out of the way. In the meantime Barbara was troubled by increasing anxiety on her brother's account. Althc ugh the little break in the monotony. of his life afforded by the trip to Ostend seemed at the time to do him good, Sir Hubert had sunk on his return into a state of. depression which appeared to increase rather than diminish as the weeks wore on into the autum . The Indics saw loss and less of him, until, by the end of October, they often dined without him, and indeed saw nothing of him for days together. Barbara had the strongest reason to fear that he had fallen a victim again to the same terrible means of consolation as before; and, although she could not bear to sieem to pry into the secrets of his life, or to speak of them ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liberal & Reform Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 April 1904

Liberl & Reform Party. M$. Baorvowsgr, the organising secretary of c the Liberal and Reform Party, paid Quean beyan a visit during the week with a view of f organising a branch of that party here, and in I the evening delivered an address in the Pro testant Hall. On that evening there was a counter-attraction in town and the attend- i ance was very small, no more, than 23 in all being present. The Mayor (Alderman Hungerford) oc' upied the chair. In introducing the speaker the Mayor drew the attention of the meeting to .he fact that owing to the redistribution of seats we were now on the eve of a new political era. Mr. Broinowski was a forot unner of a partly whose views would doubtless be brought be fore us by candidates at the forthcoming election and he (Mr. Broinowaki) was here to form a branch of that party, and would now briefly outline what their claims for the support of the electors were. He trusted that they could offer something more accept able than the present Go...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Defence of Australia. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 April 1904

Defence of Australia. PART 2I. SEEMS to consist of officers of high rank and pay travelling through the country on " Inspection duty," inspecting a handfull of men who turn out in their fine clothes, and horses to parade in front of the Inspect ing Officer who invariably smiles the same old smile, and records the same old tale " Very fine turn out, extremely pleased; congratnl te you Captain Fire-eater, send Lient. Ohewfire, and non-oonniissioned officers and men. I have no hesitation in saying that you are the finest body of men it has been my pleasure to in-apect ; your riding is superb, but you should endeavour to sit upright in your aaddle. Your horses are well turned out but a little more atten tion should be given to grooming. Your clothing is well put on but the bnttons are for fastening up the jacket, and keeping your pants in their proper position, there are some present with the top button of their jackets unfastened. Your boots are clean but there are one or .two men wear...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 April 1904

QT3EA.N B1 0VA N Professional and Business DIRECTORY. HtHIs IRFCrUTIOY is inecried with a view of 0irini purl, informetiU.n to our town and coitu ty rendert., and also to strangers seho ruty 'isit the town, that the3 at a glance may are the addresses of the advertisers. Auctioneers. Moriarty k Co. Maxwell k Woodger Coach and Buggy Builder. Wm. Snow. Monaro-st-eet. Dentists. W. Wallace Harking, Comnmrcial Hotel. Frank A. Yoffatt, Monar-.atreet. L. !orgsrd, Coonla. Jialrdressers, Etc. J. B. Edson (Cisar Pivar). TFuiterer Haitdresserend 2obscconist, Noraxo-street All urrrkers supplied. Stationery. Perfumery, etc. Fresh finit drily. Crdcrs by post at tended to. J. Nclnfes, Bait dresser and Toboceon's t Xonare.street. All kinds of Tobarce and Cigars to chooae from. Tipes, pouches and all smokers' requisites. Frroduce Store. James Byrne. (creh Produce Store, Craw. ford-ttrret. All kinds produce on sale at Lwest Current Fates. Molnuale-Ittal Mason. R W. Horton, Monaro.Street. Saddle and II...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 8 April 1904

BUNGENDORE SATuLETIcr SPOnTS were held in tbe Sh0rw Ground on Easter Monday in aid of the local Town Band. The,.whether.was cold, f with ooessional Heavy showers, which was accountable for a rather small gattendance.. t " The decisions of the judges we. eaccepted as satisfactory in every case. The ban 1 was - driven to the ground in a large drag, and discoursed music at intervals during the day A santisfactory amos at was taken at the gates. Following are the results: 75 Yards Handicap Footrace.-E. Boon I, M. Murphy 2. Easter Hfandicap Footrace, £1 1/" and Paling's gold medal -J. Overend 1, R. Crozier 2. Walking Matob.-W. Linno. Hokey Pokey Contest. - C. Pearce. Throwing at Wicket.-W. Linno. Comic Football Match.-W. Montague's team. Comic Costume Raee..-E. Heath. Guessing weight of sheep.-J. W. Ward+ Most Comic Costume-'-F.. Moran * A ball was held at night in the Temperance Hall. There was a good attendance, quite enough to make' da~ucing very pleasant. Qood music was provided lay ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW MEN HAVE MISSED MAKING FOR TUNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

HOW MEN HAVE MISSED MAKING FOR TUNES. IT it astounding how many men may every. whete be found who are discontented-who feel Instinctively that they were born for better things ; who in some way, they scarce know how, hpve allowed life's golden opportunities to pass them by, failing to achieve what they be. Heue might have been, theirs. No one can point to any definite defeot in them, yet they have failed. Why have they failed. I 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 olea:iy. Has a man, therefore, in order to become en orgetio, merely to be supplied with good food 1 No ; unfortunately the case is s.ot so simple as that* The food that he eats must do its work'properly ; must miake. rich, pure blood, and repair thewaste whioe' is continually taking place in his system.' F...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

gni ldling Sa e 4 PRIOR TO THE EXTENSION OF THEIR. PREMISES. WILL HOLD A MONSTER 25 PER CENT, DISCOUNT SALE Commencing Saturday, 26th March, 1904. 25 pr cent. off DRAPERY, BOOTS & SHOES, all newest Stock to select from. No Job Lots Every Article Marked in Plain Figures. 10 per cent. off GROCERY & Ironmongery xcluding Sugar, Wire, Salt, Timber, Iron and Produce. N 25 per cent. off Zebelines All marked in Plain Figures Tailor Mt REMEMBE, i~ meSALE ur~ALE~I25 per cenit. off Uanvas Voiles All ma~ricd in Plain Figures O 1!i t 25 per cer t,. off Hopsacks All marked in Plain Figures EVERYTHING £,EDTUCED to almost COST PRICE. 25 per cent. off Flake Tweeds All marked in Plain Figures The Largest ahd Best Stock in Town to Select from and Now is your time to 11ecure Bargains from our New and 25 per cent cff Poplins All marked in Plain Figures afurther order to We 1 - selected St ci of ' 25 percent off Serges All marked in Plain Figures .25 per cent. off OUR USUAL LOW PRIIES. 30...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

XNEW SOUT.I WALES INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB AND THE BLIND. We beg to notify Subscribers and Friends that Mn. JAMEs V. PERSTON the collector for this Institution, will visit QUEANBEYAN in the course of a few days for the purpose of collecting subsoiptious, and, as the funds of the Institution are very low, we trust his appeal will be liberally responded to. The Institution has for its object the education and maintenhnce, and, as far as practicable, the advancement in life of deaf and dumb and blind ohildren. Pupils are received from all parts of the colony, and the Directors desire it to be widely known that the Instutetion has ample accommoda. tion for rpore. Persons knowing of chil dren afflicted with deafness or blindness are earnestly requested to inform the under. signed so that steps may be taken to secure their admission before they become too old. FRED. PHILLIP , Hon. Treasurer. ELLIS ROBINSON, Hon. Seoretary. 225 & 227 Onatlereagh.tt, Sydney. Sydney, 6th May...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Garden and Field Calendar for April, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

Garden and Field Calendar for April, 1904. (By A Lansdowne, Seedsmzn, Goulburn.) WE have not received a great share of the. copious rains that have fallen elsewhere, and operations have been Ietarded; still where possible break up the land, the more roughly the better, and prepare it for immediate cropping as soon As rain comes.- Cultivation in dry weather ia always beneficial. Deep cultivation and proper manuring will always repay trouble and cost. Sow in drills and manure them with suitable fertilizers. Try some crop, as rape, for a green manure -the effect is marvellous. Good r. ins are likcly, cold at times, and some frosts and fogs, and a good deal of warm, thundery weather is likely..' < KXITceEN GARDEN.-Sow as soon as possible potato afid tree onions and eeohalota, also all kinds of seed onions. Too many d'fer plan ting till it is diffilolt to obtain sets. Some turnips may yet be sown, also spinach leeks, cabbage (of sorts), broad beans, herbs radish,. lettuce, etc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAPTAIN'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

CAPTAIN'S FLAT (From Our Correspondent ) EAsTER HoLIDArs.-The holidays somewhat t broke the daily irksomeness which had been very conspicnoos during the past few months. The initiatory Bicycle Carnival had the effect of drawing strange faces to the town and nearly all those residing in the district were to be seen, and particularly interested in the bicycle riding. Unfortunately on Monday morning a thunderstorm, accompanied by rain passed over the district and prevented many from attending the sports. However there was an attendance of between 400 and 500 people; therefore, taking everything into consideration, the interest manifested by the public in bicycling is a favourable augury for its future melioration in this district whatever. There were about twer.t} corn. petitore present, and the handicappers had the satisfaction of witnessing many close and excitink finish's, both in the heats and finals of the different events. Mr. W. Douglas, a trick rider of some note, was engaged b...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONDAY, 21th MARCH. Appraisement Applications. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

MONDAY, 21th MAROI. Appraisement Applioations. Alex Boyd, 546fa-o p 73*1292 and 12649 at 21/8; 77*173 and 81 397 at 18/4 ; 79*216 at 1/8'` t W. Brown, 2611a-at £1 - Geo. Reid, 1074a-at 15s; 10s ; oa at 8/4, and 6/8; op at 15s, and 11/8 W. J. Poulton. 87a-o p 23/4 and £1 *A. MoMahon, 108a-o p 10s; a 1 8/4 J. Winter, inr., 590aa-postponed J. Tiernan, 640a-postponed Joseph Keefe, 640a-o p at 10s; ol at 8/4 Conditional purchases. Inquiries under sea tidn 1, mub~seotion 6, Act 1899. James Rolfe-condition of residence com. plied with F. Munday-condition of residence com plied with S. T. Ginn-condition of residence com plied with - Application under the Water Rights Aet 1902 (sec 10) for rehearing by direction of the Land Appeal Court. T. Franklin, No. 40 for " lace.".-With drawn as requested by Works Department Conditional purchases and leases for consid eration. G. L. J. Blanch ird, 40a-confirmed, rent 4ad G. IJ. .. Blanchard, 40a-confirmed, rent 4zd Geo. Green, 75a-confirmed 68 acres, r...

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Gininderra Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

Gininderra Gossip. (From a Correspondent). THE population of this little village was decreased to a considerable extent on Easter Monday night, the place being practically deserted, some journeying to Tugg anong, some to the river, and many to Jeir; the at. traction at the latter place being a ball held at Mr. Jonston's grainary, organised by Mrs Desmond, and that lady must be congratu lated on the result of her untiring efforts, for the ball was in every measure a complete success. The dance was in aid of Mr. S. McKay, who met a nasty accident, incapaci. tating him for work for a considerable time. There were about 80 couple present, and the only fault to be found was tbo want of room, the dancers being inconvenienced by being unwontedly reminded of taking part in a foot ball scrimmage, but the numeroua bumps and jolts were received with smiles and apologies and created much amusement. The supper was excellent, but here again one was forcibly reminded of that invigorating sport of ...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY, 19TH MARCH. Appraisement of capital value— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

SATURDAY, 19th MARCH.E Appraisement of capital value William Owens, 320a-161 acres at 13/4 per acre Samuel A. Shannan, 103a-5 at 10s; o 1, at 6/8 Richard Southwell. 398a-77-135 at 21/8. 77.141, 79122, 81.329 at 15s Archibald Peden, 1586a-valuation to be made Charles A. Peden, 400a-postponed Patrick Commins, 1280a-pastponed Martin MoMahon, 400a-01.6 at 18/4; 01 32420 at 10 s G. J. Webb, 500a-11/8; o I at8/4._ William Oronan, 90a-8/4 Ellis Smith, 640a-at 21/8 ; 18/4; 13/4 James Southwell, 495a-77-184 at 21/8 ; 77.142 at 15s ; 77-186 at 15s; .79.237 at 16/8 ; 81-331 at 11/8 Elizabeth A. alsh, b1301a 3p-refused Geo. H. Peden, 400a-00-11 at 5s; ci 31236 at 6/8 A. A. Ped-n, 400a-valuation to be made 3. Commmns, 1267.1.26-valuation to be made Michael Cotter, 600a-postponed Thomas O'Connor, 200a-valuation may be made Wm. Cronan, 336a-15s and ioN W. F. Rutledge, 2390Oa-o p 65*527 at 20s; 82-61 at 10s; 82169 at 10s; 84-8 at I is 8d; 88-14 at 6s 8d; 82-57 at 13s 4d; 82.62 at 10s; 87 79 at 6s 8...

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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 i:—Editor Q.A. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

Open Column. The public are allowed to express their opinions in thi' Column providing all correepondeics Is signet by ti's 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 iP Editor Q.A. TO THE EDITOR. SRa,-In the account of the meeting ed dressed by Mr. Broinowaki in your issue of the 8th instant, you report me as having said that " I trueted that they (the Reform Party) could offer something more accept able than the prt sent Government had done." It would appe'r from this that I N as partial, and as nothing is further from my intention while I occupy the position of chairman at any meeting, I trust you will allow me to make this correction. What I did esy was that I hoped the Reform Party would offer to do for the ocuntry something more than any previous Government had done.-Yours etc., H. J. S. iIUNGERFORD. WE are requested to state that the last days are now announced fo...

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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

Hospital _Meeting. T'a monthly meeting of the committee of management of the Queanbeyan District Hospital was held in the Board Room of the Institution on last Fricd'ai ufternoon. There were present-Messrs. F. Campbell (president). E. E. Hudson, F. Dunlop, A. M. Millard, A. Brassey, A. H. Garraway, H J Jeffreys,Dr. Blackall, and the Secretary. Correspondence was read, (1.) From the Department of Public Health, stating that the Department had approved of the selection of Nurse Whit tingham as matron to the local hospital. Received. (2.) From the Bungendore Amateur Dramatic Club, stating that they were agreeab'e to visit Queanbeyan and stage a piece in aid of the local hospital. The secretary intimated that he had replied saying that this town was at present in a stagnated condition, and because ot a re petition of plays and concerts he considered that there was little use of their coming. Mr. Millard stated that he would acquaint the Club that it was the desire of the com mittee that...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, 18TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

FRIDA, a18ih MARiH. l ;Speoial purchase foroonsideration James McCarthy, 10a Or 13p-recom. mended land valued at' £2 10s per sore dotaditional purchases and.leases and notice of withdrawal SJ1.P. Tong, 80 a p,9`0a al, 80ao 1-with; arawal; perinitted' Application for fresh certificate Thomas Tong, 150a a p--fresh certificato to issue ' Inquiries ubder section I sub.section 6 as to fulfilment of residence conditions Act 1889 0. W. Daniels, 40a o p-condition of ref sidence complied with - Samuel Soutbwell, 195a'-condition of re sidence complied with. Homestead selections, inquiry under seotion 17 Act 1895 as to residence Edward Oldfield, 40a Ir 20p h se-forfei. tnre incurred, but favourable zecommiends. tion made Improvement Leases, inquiry under Regu lation 340 as to fulfilmentof conditions H..F. De Salis, 6700a-forfeiture inburred but favourable recommendation made: Charles Hardy, 12600a, 11500a-recom. mended for forfeiture Inferior land lease, inquiry under regulation 840a F. Campbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

A PREFERENTIAL MATTER. g Fills the (Customs) Bill of ALL SMOKERS who believe in quality first and foremost. When this is the case Yankee Doodle OR IN PLUGS or AIR-TIGHT TINS "Y D" MIXTURE DARK or BRIGHT. is preferred to all others. MASCOTTE TOBACCO. Rewards in connection with this Tobacco have been descontinnel from let March MASCOTTE TOBACCO Has now become firmly established as a favourite with the smoking public. BOOMERANG BRANI}Y. "The Resident Medical Officer of a large Colonial Hospital writes -Our patients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a very Nourishing and Beneflial Stimulant." WELCOME NUyG"GET TOBACCO ,THE BEST AMERICA PRODUCES Obtainable in Plugs, and Out in 2-oz. and 4-oz. Tinsh ,f

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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1904. A Field Trial. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

F 'w1TH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendore Mirror & Cautadn's Flat Miner. .TUESDAY,,APRIL 12, 1904. A Field Trial. IN a paddock at Canberra; owned by Mr. J Reid,.a field trial of farm implements man. ufactured ,by the International Harvester Coy. was coihdocted by Mr. Expert Joseph Corti last Saturday afternoon in the interests of tlhe firm he represents, and Mr. E. O. Moore, their local agent. The attendance was not great, still Iit was .satisfactorj for the promoters of the exhibition to. notice among those present the leading; farmers of the district. The object Was not alone to sell, but to make known to the distriot an iniplement which is working its way bygreat stiides into prominence daily-- the " Super ior" fertiliser and disc seed drill. Hoe drills are not widely known in this' district, nor were they much 'used in this-State until the' last decade: Their success in cultivating the soil at a minimum expenditure so as to pro duco the maximum result i...

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The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XIV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

The Storyteller. oe B1ot on tt OEiA PTER XlV.- CoorfNUED. 'The effect this diaulosureo-ooming as it d id from an unimpeachable. source-bad upon the young.. iirl, was so overwhelming, so distressing, that Keltori horsalf began to cry and to express her regret that she had a spoken ' B'rtit Barbara, recovering horself by a gieat effort; and staggering up from the window seat into which she had fallen, laid one hand kindly upon the faithful servant's shouldr and isaid- . 'aDbnd ' Ketton-don Li You were right to tell'me 4qui o right. It'shis only chance. I sdin' to be helpless-helpless,; but I'll see as fYaii do { At any rate-I can speak to. -1le ladlyship !' r ICetto nessured her that this would be useless, 'and begged. her .not to make the attempt. But' Bar.irar'iid made up her mind. Without more delay than was neoessaei for herto dry her eyes and compose herself, she wvent in search of LnOitte, whom she found enjoying herself quietly with a huge parcel from the stores, weightpg the s...

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CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 12 April 1904

CANBERRA (From Our Correspondent WEDNESDAY last, 6th April, the pioturesqne old Ohurob of England at Canberra was the scene of-a very (retty wedding, the contract. ing parties being Mr. Georgo Knight, eldest son of Mr,. H. Knight, of " Glenwood," Hall, and Miss Christina Lucas, third daughter of Mr. T. Lucas, " Wantagong," and niece of -the late Hon. John Lucas, M. L. A. Thoeceremony was performed by the Rev. P. G. Smith, MV.A., the bride being given away by her eldest brother, Mr. E. Lucas of Wyalong. The bride's dress was of white silk,,trimmed with lace and orange blossoms, and she wor: a handsome tulle veil and coronet wreath of orange blossoms. Her bouquet was of white chrysanthemums and maiden hair ferns. The bridesmaid, Miss Lilian Lucas, sister of the bride, was gowned in white silk and lace. ',After the ceremony thd wedding party drove to the residence of the bride's parents where they were met by an enthusiastio host of friends, all anxious to tender their good wishes. Abo...

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