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WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

vr ab. Talk, if you will, of hero dee.1, Of clash of arms and battle wonders ; Jiut prate not of your Christian creed l'rcached by the cannon's murderous Ihunders. And if your courage needs a test, Copy the pagan's fierce behaviour ; Revel in bloodshed east and west, . But speak, not with it' of the Saviour. ? The Turk may yage a righteous war In lto'iior of his martial Allah ; . , . - But Thor'and Odin live no aiore— ; Dead are the gods in our Valhalla. Be what ybti-will, entire and free, Christainw warrior— each can j.lcasD us: ? r But not the rank hypocrisy Of warlike followers of Jesus. Whenever contending princes fight, ?1'or private pique or public right, Araiies'are raised, and fleets are manned, tiiey cbmbatSStiiijy seaahdland.' ?. ' ' When^termairyijattlespasl/* ? :' -V' ? Ifidth, tired-OTthV-fblowjir .make peace/it ?'last, »'??-.-.' .'^ '?:?'- ,??'':?'.??'?'?-? i'k iVhat is it after 'ail Wegct? / ''.'r\''£ :v 'Why, taxes, ?wiadws,;'wbbden~leBsiana ? debt..-* '?- ^RijSiiifi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday, 5.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

TELEGRAMS, (From Rniicri TcitEr«m,Co., l.ux.) SYbNfiy,Thursd«y)S.4op.m. hZhe%ei? at Sesham 'CblUery S^v6?^ to sun*nd=r. B*| ntore Vale has started work. A fire at the P-rect Importing New Zealand, destroyed /yo.ooo worth of stock, mostly covered bv insurance. ' Wheat is quoted at 3s 6d 103s oj^d pnme chaff, 3s 5d to 3s gd; dairy' produce unchanged. London^ Wednesday afternoon. 1 came rieet is at Madagascar and is likely to remain there until the, result of the North Sea Commission is known. Thirty women were accidentlyas phyiated at a Primitive M»n,~i.=f [ meeting at Blackpool. ? A special Japanese sen-ice s'juad ron has been formed. Its object is unknown. Want of funds is operating to stop the St. Petersburg Strike Some roasters are willing to concede terms. A terrorist organisation has de creed the death of the Czar.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STORYTELLER WITHOUT A CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

THS STORmLUR WITHOUT A CHARACTER. T)i» JHfi» ntomm ran 3own tho vil lage street with seound of loir gurgling laughter, and mirrored back the clear, tranjpwent blue o£ tie eky, as the ripplss flMhed and shivered in the sunlight. Scattered on either side, the cottages vritb tbeit grey Btone ?ills Mid moss-grown thatched roots ?f Ihtt May noontide. The ait -ires laden with tho scent ?f hawthorn, and tremulous with the ?ing ot vrarblors and the oit repeated ?ov» cry of the cuckoo. Here, and there an orchard gleaned out mowy pink, behind a garden patch; the Xwballed Guelder rose eho'no forth to the hedge, tho lilac buds were dipped in purple, the earliest labur nums hung down tho drooping gold, and ell the sleepy laud was boskiug in the very glow and glory of the /ear Only one discordant note, a forlorn 8 jure wandered with weary aimless B'.ops down the white road, careless of t'.io bloom and beauty around. It was a thin, lanky boy of about twelve, sandy-haired, with freckled faco and ea...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

'??'??? PRINTING 3: 1-^Sgii-clp : workr at -mdderate'Kites at Tflfe Ll!A.DEK Office!

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Losses by Fire at Gininderra [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

I.OBS., by Plle Bt Otaj-j,,,. Ix the Penny Post, the ' Wizard ?? records the following losses sus tained at Gininderra during the re cent bush fire period :' Despite the wild and excited rumors which were 111 circulation during the nm^^t tlie recent disastrous bush fires here I am pleased to find that the report ent you in-my last notes was sub stantially correct. The actual num. »er ot slieep roasted to death on Messrs. Hatch Bros.1 Rose Hill pro perty- was 40, but it is estimated that fully 200 others will succumb to the injuries sustained. I Jearu that Mr. McCarthy's loss of shiep amounted to about 1000. Besides those mentioned in mv w ?,„♦!; Mr. Mark Southwell, of Park-wood ; lost nearly all his grass and a large I amount of fencing. Mr. Jas. Kilby , ofCusack's Crossing, in the same locality, lost all his fenri™ „„.„ and outbuildings. At Wallaroo Mf??- iM- SouthweU, Ellis Smith and R. Southwell lost heavily in the matJf ,of.«nl' and fe»cing, but saved their homesteads. A few uui...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR CONTEMPORARIES Reptile and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

I OUR CONTEMPORARIES 1 & Raftflt and Otherwise. % Deep down in the coaly darkness of the Newcastle mines toil a number of young gnomes who are classed as trappers. These boys, whose duty it is to attend to trap doors and see that the switches afer all rigbtjjecieye^2s a^dav jvhen the pits are working full-time. When the stout colliery proprie tor opens a bottle of champagne he swallows the wages often of these children, working their lives out in the darkened bowels of the earth. Yet the smug, fat daily newspaper complains because the poorly-paid under ground workers of the North object to accepting a reduction in their wages. Foul air, risk of accident, miner's worm, and lost time are a few of the ame nities of the Newcastle coal miner's life. But the rags conveniently forget these facts. — Worker. The Union Bank of Austra lasia seems to be toddling long fairly well, despite droughts, bush fires, and Western Divi sion rents — what there is left of them. It declared a divide...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mrs. Jas. Gibbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

Death of Km. jrM. otbb«. J J I',0*' of Queanbeyan's old and faighly-respecte-d identities has fc ^^y'1 the person of Mrs. James Gibbs. who died at her resi^ I dence. Campbell^street. oh MonH,;, ?evenlng at about 8 o'clock. The deceased lady was over 68 years of Bungendore in the year 1836, and had suffered from paralysis (the final moVf hrd^th) f0r ™£ ' rix m -^ ,-, Iu the ''^ P^ of her marnedhfeshelivedwith her hus band at Mount Campbell. Burra ^.hir..the-- had go'- compa^l w.^poor; mt. Gibbs following] the occupation of carrier. In afte? years, Mr. Gibbs entered the gral ing industry, and in due time amassed somp ^^c^—ut. ... When h,s death took place nearly three years ago he had reached the age of 68, Mrs. GiWjs decided to ZmTl° Queanbe-v^- where She has lived ever since. The inter ment, which tooK place on Wednes-, V. ''l-:l'.oon. 'as preceded bv 1 a short semce at the church the orgainstplayingthe 'Dead March ?? lne funeral was v»r.. 1- ? 1.. _. n'^ ' ?°? tha' 4° vehicles fo\ ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

NURSE SMYTH, H.AiSfefOttabIe Accoimno-l»t-o'- for! ?A.T 3wcEs. M:Tj3srx-A.-sr'e -»d )s prepared to attend Ladies in their ? wa homes in Town or Country, EEIiVINSIDXlH Boarding : Establishment. -Ulc Rok. Shamrock, and Thl»Ue Hold) MONARO STREKT, QUEASBKVAN, Near Uw Bridge. : Mmferate Cfcirgji. ftefntfimnitt «( all Hourt. Krery Convenience 1 or Country vlaiiors. . . I «%. Co«i,»Ubim «ccommom-,too. -^,

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Change at Ginindarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

A Chun »t Oialnd.™ \fjf* ^^ that Messrs. G. and T. Onbble, jun.,are taxing over the farm property held and worsed for lu -I Jl part of half a cent«ry by j he,r father, Mr. T. Gribble. ^ ™ aumuon to continuing the regu lar ? fanmng and grazing pursuits? it [s the intention of the new proprie tors to establish a butchering busi- 1 ness on the farm as soS,, i a slaughtering license has been is sued.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A World Elsewhere. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

A World Elsewhere. Among the most recent ob jects which have been found f»y the Rev. P. Delattre iu the excavations at Carthage . may ];e mentioned a sarcophagus of large size cbntoimng.--jreliefj sculptures. , '3! jie ^atEbphagjuB j of Nearly «0JiFeeE~ GiiljieMo; main faces of the sarcophagus is a relief which represents the Scylla with her arms extended. At the middle of the body are -een dogs which are facing different directions, following the ancient tradition. The same subject has been found before upon a sarcophagus' aC Carthage, but in the latter case it is simply painted and not in relief. What is to be especi ally remarked concerning this group is that the same subject is found in the mausoleum of El-Amoroumi in Tripoli, which belongs to the later Punic ])eriod. It occurs among other well known mythological sub jects. It is therefore of inter est to find that at the Punic period of Carthage the myth of Syclla already occupies a pro minent place. Up to the pre sent it has o...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

THE QUEAHBEVAH LEADER n» mmmtii *wim*i « TH twttnn JrHMMlal. tj». l-iinicd&PiAIUtedevaTtaatey wd Friday at atoMxtMtnn*. tnumii. in the SUlc o! New South Wakl, bjr the Propri Hot, HEnuvHDStUKD Holukd. 1-crYcarlnidMBce - - Ten Shillings. Booked, Twtl« Stilling*. I ASUAI.S— First Inch. I/-. Kacb ancecrdiiiK incb.lA. ThreclBKrUonsforprUxollwo. STANDINC CONTRACTS-By special arrange DisirictJWrectory. J£V Consult tfaU Directory before mak ''' ing your purchases. John nuntef. BuojrcndoFc Jhs. Pike, Monaro-btrcet. Boaraing EttlWIlhrncnlt: Mrs. Muoday. ' Kdvituldc,' Monaro-street. Couh anil Baggy BuMert \v. Snow, UonartMHreet. General Storekeepers. Hayes and Busaelt, Monsro-slrcct. ]-. c. Hill end Son, Monnro-strcel. Uciodger nrus.. Monaro-slrccl. Hebe-reran aits' Tobacconists. J. KcIXVEB ICmploys a Professional llalrdreaser and his Cits* Inmcn are guoraMeed every comfort. Tobaccos, - igars, Cietirelles, Pipes, and all Smokers' Itequi* HiesLept in slock. J. Mel. desire* to lhank hU -...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

GENERAL j PRINTING I S CF EVERY DESCRIPTION ^ ? Bsna Tonx Orders Ti i— £ ; L'THE LEADER' I | PRINTING WORKS. | S Thk Leader Office is stocked with g S Australian-made Tj-pe from the 3 . § foundrj- of Messrs. F. T. Wimble g '** § and Co., Clarence Street, Sydney. | ;* No better assortment ivill be found iy S ;| any office^ outside of Sj-dney. Our 6 ?' Machinery is modern, and our staff S li includes tradesmen who know every § ;?. detail of their craft We are iu a § ' i| position to do your Printing expedi- p . g tiously, at . moderate prices, and in a Vi ?-???? ' »? stj'le that' Sydney firms cannot sur- s| S ? pass. ... S5 S: - - ' TRY 1JS. |l -??';''''' Has:'alJi^eiarijL^G^mfift.;Ci^^ '' ? : . % Guu^^,vxHaH,T^iiuijderra, -Jier,' Canberra, Michelago, Thanva; ? ^_ ;-.????'. BuA.^iittonj^pitom^iFldV^^nd allfthe^iuroundirig districts. It is ? -* . '- ?by^ason^fii^^^^uls^iBiJi - *-il'.; L;,.-, : -_ ? : -j __A Splendid Adwrtisiug Medium ?'' ? ?-r'\\riiich'''ii-iH return ^^.Honest Value fo...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

HAYES & (RUSSELL'S NOVEL GiFT SALE FOR ONES M^NTH ONLY! Commencing Monday, January 23;Jand ending Monday, February 20 Come ! Get Your Drapery for Nothing ! , One Free Day has been selected during the Month, and Date of it lodged under Seal at the Commercial Bank, Queanbeyan. Every Penny you spend on the FREE DAY wffl be REFUNDED 'to you in Goods selected by Yourself at the End of tKeSale, from a PENNY'S WORTH to /'ioo WORTH. The date of theJFREE DAY to be opened by a prominent townsman in the presence of fitnesses at the end of the Sale. ? i' .. f All Cash Purchases. | All Cash Purchases. ALL DRAPERY REDUCED TO COST ! Every Article in all Departments reduced to Sydney Cost Price. DOX'T FOBGEi FREE DAY!

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

A Manning River paper is responsible for the following : A very funny ^ incident hap pened a short titne ago at_tlie residence of Mr. G. P^yne, Rockville. A large bush ? iguana, no doubt feeling in clined for poultry, disturbed a . hen sitting on . eggs which .'; -would, have beeu hatched the S, -- following dajr. . The. occupants, ftgof the iiouse were alarmediyjr |£the.noiseof the hen, but not feuntil his; majesty , had satis fefied his hunger by swallowing ||fsight of the ieggs.; He was, Rl.shot and instantly cut ' open: ?^rushed, biegdingchicks, which ^^reput^ckunderthelien, H^^a;.;'$c- the smprise 'tfall, she marched out next day with the little 'Jonahs'' all alive and healthy, and quite ignor ant of their exploit the night before in the iguana's stomach in the top of a tree. - Returns issued by the Customs Depart ment ebow that the coal trade of Newcastle fell off during. 1904 by 488,896 tons as compered with the volume of 1903.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

*i*m*tlgmim. At a meeting of the Queanbevan Volunteer Fire Brig^onMS '*V™ ?f £3 3s was voted towards defraying the expenses of] the team to visit Forbes, the mem l-Cia Or nrn*-%h »_» *r-~ . j McPherson (assistant foreman) J Callaghan (engine-keeper). T. Jor dan, H Land, C. W^BrOTk, W J^' **»»..«!- * NaVlor.'i ' « c^pcciea mat the team will I leave by Saturday night's train

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

SALE ! SALE ! SALE ! HILL'S A-ISTIsrTJA.Xj Prior to STOCK-TAKING. ® P£7 fitll /Itlfl VAtf ofDRAPERY'cLOJHING ^ W*A Illll ill 111 3 VI I BOOTS, MILLINERY, and ♦ %J+ I/'' »»?»▼» ^VM» FANCY GOODS, before Their Annual Stock-Taking. 5s in the £ Refunded on all Cash Purchases of £1. 25 per cent. Discount off all Goods in the above Departments. Bargains Everywhere. All Lines Reduced and Marked in Plain Figures to quit our Heavy Stocks. GROCERIES AT COST DURING THE SALE ! FENCING WIRE, BARB WIRE, GALV. IRON, BUILDING MATERIALS, TOOLS, OILS & PAINTS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, FURNITURE ! ? at LOW SJkJLiIE PBICES I [J5f* Accounts paid Monthly will be allowed the benefit of our GENUINE LOW PRICES. 'XT' 'T~fc Doa't Porjet our Competition for Boy's and Girls. A WATCH oil to ti« BOT Mid j\ i tj GI3X. under 14 who forms the Qreatost lumber of Word* out of X^ e J J* HIIL'8 G-EZSTtTiaSTE SALE. Lists to bo sent to us not later than asth Trtiruwry, to be Julged bj Don't Forget the Pate of cmr Salel...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lord Mayor's Fire Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

Lord Kagror-« Fin tuiimt r^M. All persons desiring to make dttuns afeainst the «bo^ fond are I thelbcal comaijttee |a time to her Sydn,7 J-y ffie 31st inst. Clai,ns should be addressed to the Mayr^ Aid. H. J. S. Hungerford.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO INAUGURATE "THE LEADER." [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

TO INAUGURATE ' THE LEADER.' Tire I'roteMant Hall was packed to its utmost capacity on Tuesday evening on the occasion of the in augural ceremony in connection with the publication of The Leader. The gathering had beeu organised by a committee whose leading spirits were Mrs. Munday and Misses Smyth and Munday, with Mr. T. F. Coghlan as secretary, and its splen did success inflected the greatest credit on the organisers. . The chair was occupied by the Mayor, Aid. Hungerford. Precisely at 8 the curtain rose, and without loss of time, the chorus, ' Going Back to Dixie,' was swel ling through the building, the min- j strels looking exceedingly well in ; white costumes, red sashes, and large smiles. An Irish Jig by j Messrs. Mcon and Robertson fol lowed ; and Miss Gallagher sweetly Jang ' Sunshine and Rain.' Miss Wocdger (with Miss Munday as ] listener) recited ' Larry on the j Force,' ar.d Mr. McAlister sang very effectively ' The Man in the Overalls.' Miss E'sie Lonergan's recitation,...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA. LONDON, Monday.— It was a a beautiful winter's day in St. Petersburg yesterday, and few peo ple dreamed that it was likely to be the occasion of such horrors as were perpetrated. Small groups of all classes were to be seen at an early hour wending their way towards the Winter Palace. Apparently nobody antici pated anything beyond an ''applica- tion of the knout and perhaps some scuffles and the dispersal of the un armed crowds. Yet the day's un toward events, following upon one another as they did with such be wildering- rapidity, plunged the city, within two hours, into a state of open revolution. Mounted troops guarding the ap proaches to the Square held the gradually assembling thousands in check, and prevented their access to the~spot chosen for the demonstra tion. The real trouble began on the bridges, the military using the knout, the flat side of their sabres, and their blank cartridges, strug gling to keep back the thousands of strikers, who, in accorda...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crops at Sutton. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905

-Jro»'»t Button. Among the crops harvested at Sutton this season were those of Mr H. Reid, 130 bags-^bout the Sut ton distnet reord, it is said ? Mr Joseph Reid, Wattle Grove! *o's bags; Mr. F. Dunn, 42 bags from ao acres ; Mr. F. Butt, 40 bags from 20 acres. 1

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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