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Raffling at Bazaars. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

Itsaming at Bazaars. AT Wednesday night's sitting of the Goul. burn Acglican Synod an important disons. sion took plaos on a motion by Canon Kingemill (St. Nicholas', North Goulburn) --" That, in the opinion of this synod, it is desirable to follow the example of other dioceses by encouraging the principle of straight giving, and in condeming the prac tice of raising funds for Church purposes by meins of raffling and other doubtful means." Canon Kingsmill said that the laity re peatedly expressed a desire that the synod should give a distinct of inion as to thle means of raising funds adopted by some of the churches, Raffling was false in principle, and did not induce to a high standard of living. As a gaol chaplain, he could speak of some sad experiences. He knew of one man who said he had firstgambled at church raffles. The man eventually went to prison through gambling. The motion was seconded by the Rev. F. Mitchell. The Rev. Mf. Martyn said that money could be raised without ra...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coffee Supper. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

Coffee Supper. ON Friday evening last a Coffee Supper, in connection with the local lodge of Good Templars, was held'in the Protestant Hall. In thec?bsonce of Dr.` Blackall, who: bad consented to preside, bat was at the last moment called away on a professional visit, Mr. J. Wm. Nugent, Past Grand Lodge Offier; took the chair. During the evening a lengthy programme of. musical items,. songs, and recitations were gone through, and an exceptionally convivial time was spent. :After_ the rendition of one or two items as a pro fae'tid th'pioce elings, ibkOhainman introi duced to the audience the Rev. Fathef Collender, who'delivered a most eloquent, appropriate, interesting, and, educative address to thosee present. .T he reverend gentleman in liisaddrnss, lasting nearly forty minutesi, summarised the salient causes of peuple of both sexes yielding to the temptation' of alchololic stimulants. Father Collender refrrcd, in disparaging terms to the practice commonly kuown in the imbi bea's v...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XVI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

The Storyteller. e o i e tM OFI&PTER XVf.-=Coo I.uiso . 'Ah.l' escaped from-bisli babs hiasfingers closed on a parcolsaomejter, iinohoeloc g nud very bulky, carefully sewn up. in shiny A uzirican'clotb.' Not without.diftoulty, he regained thidlckf witbhis-uize,. aramblin" up with such help ,us he could find, and reachilng the upper air. ohn?allUfours. Once on his feet, he made fr i hi hoat, and, as' he did so, he took.his knife from, his pocket, ri pped u?p the parcel, anil was examining its contents, when he was startled' by a ry like that of a tigress. Turning quickly, be found himself face to fare with Lucette-not the pleaseiit housewife of everyday life, ndt. the: charming coquetto of festive occasions, but a gray faced fury, with blazing oyes and Stigrieh hands.... They were close, though Mr. Johnson did not'know it, to the yawnitigopeiing of the ship's hold. As,ho turned. to faoe her, Lucette sprang at him ; aud he insinctively took a atep backward to .navoid the clutc...

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 previding all correspondence is signal 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. SETTLEMENT ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

Open Coumin. Theublia are allowed to express their opinions in this Column previ-ring all corrqesond coe is sdrne by the writer-not neccss rily for publictio, At the same time, we wi h itto b cde-rly underntool that we do not ondores the opinlons of those who so make use of it ?ditor Q.A. SETfLEMENr ON THE LAND. Sxi,-As the utter failure of all our attempts to settle the people on the land since our first experiment in 1861 seems to be generally admitted and as I have been engaged since that date in taking cp and improving land on the Hunter under all our numerous and complicated laws, I wish to make a sugges tion. I do not anticipate that it will receive the approval of a majority of the people of N.S.W. at present but ultimately I think the gradual but certain impoverishment of the country and the congest-on of ho des of unemployed workmen in our towns antd along our public roads where they are at the pres ent moment swariaint in thousands will force people to see that our experim...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

READ WO DGER ' E ADVERTISE MEN OUR NEWSHIPMIENTS OF WINTER DRAPERY IHAVE just been opened up. Tlese are all being sold at twenty-five per cent. under Reogular Prices, and include the Very latest in Fancy Blouses, Flannels, 3 )ozen Ladies' Jackets, the latest Fashions, No two alike, Prices from 5s Gd to 37s Gd. 250 pieces of New Ribbons and Trimmings Every Shade, width, quality, that the market affords. 40 pieces Flannelette, the best lot ever o(pened in Queanbeyan. (O0 Pairs Blankets, all qualities from 4s Gd to 2 guineas. 12 Dozen Ladies' Hlats the newest things in "elts and Straws, Tamo shanters . &c. Fur oas, 50 new dress lengths, no two alike. 6 Dozen Parachutes, all prices and for the Gentlemen we hlave just received our consignment of warm winter clothing, direct from the Factories of the Parramatta Wollen Mills, Nalton Jacobs & Co, of Sydney and Schneiders of Melbourne. Theyinclude 77 Gents' Suits all the latest styles, most Fashionable Cut and Highes c qualit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

SA NB ERR`A y : (From a correspo ;dent.) LAST Saturday afternoon the Canberra Publio sohool; ground was the scene of an unsunally large aiid attractiye picnic, the ocoasion being.. the departure =of the teacher-Mr. Robertasq--who has resigued from the pub,. lio:1service. Although the morning gave protniie:of. wet,weather the day turned out very pleasant 'andi.the many adults and children present. h'ad a very enjoyable time. Tea was participated of on the .grass, In all about 70 persons were present.' The ladies who particularly identified themselves with the movement were :--Mrs Rottenbury, Mrs. J. Mayo, and Miss Rottenbury. After tea Mr. E. C. Campbell mad"~. very felici tous speech, in which he made referenoa. to Mr. ?2obertson's good qualities, both. as a teao,er and a citizen tmong them. Mr. Hudson, of Duntroon, then on behalf of the parents of the pupils, presented Mr. Robert. son with a pair of gold sleeve links. The elder pupils also presented him with a hand. some p'ir of se...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Garden and Field Calendar for April, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

Garden i and Field Calendar for ' Apil, 1904. (B1, A ,lne dene, Seedrmun,: Govlbirrn.) WE have not received a great share of the copious, rains that havo fallen elsewhere, and operations have been xetarded ; still where possible break up the land, t h more roughly the better, and. prepare it for immediate cropping as so as soonas rain comes. Cultivation in dry weather;is 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 rnins are likely, cold at times, and some frosts and fogs, and a good deal of warm, thundery weather is likely, KrrOiJEN GAiDEN.--Sow as soon as possible otiato and"tree'onions andeschalots, also all ]inds of seedonriions. ;Too many defer plan ting till it is difficult to obtain, sets.. Some turnips may yet be sowrn, also spinach leeks cabbage (ot sorts), broad boans, herbs radish ettuce, etc...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

A PREFERENTIAL MATTER. K /_ Fills the (Customs) Bill of a 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. iewards in connection with this Tobacie bave been dssoontinuod from 1st Mairoh SMASCOTTE TOBACCO Has now become firmly established as a favourite with the esmckidg publio. BOOMERANG BRANDY. 'The Residelont Medical Offieer of a, large Colonial Hospital writes :-OurFatients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a voryj Nourishing and Beneficial Stimulant." W.ELCOMOE NUG'GET TOBACCO STHE BEST AMERICA PRODUCES Obtaiiable in ?ig, and Out in 2 os. au Fo < Ti. p ýý Vi; ;f 4"''k .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

The cry Mr. Johnson uttered as he fo.l jio the ahip'w hold reached other ears than those of L,,cette, who, with just one look it,to the water below, onesh~dder, and shrug, made for I or skiff as faet its she could, with her' pricious pntcel clasped tigbt-ly to her hreast. She was unhappy, she was anxious. She hlid trot wished to do ca OiFuRt JohNBsoN ' any harm. It had hbeen an impulse, an ac cident. She would send help to him. She would apologise. In the meanltime she hated him for hi: interference, and she would take no stops to help him till something more than his life had been put safely out of danger. So site sprang -nimbly down into her little boat, aind started to row at, a great pace up the stream to" ards Hayle Sands. Sho,had not gone far however--in fact, -',he had only just cone in sight of the sho' u from:bbehind the hull .f the wreck-who she was hailed in a clear high voice from thn sands. e ' Madame lo' cr ed .-Barbara. 'Madame; What wase the :cry?: Who was it? Who wa...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Captain's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

Captain's Flat. (From Our Corre'ar od.-n') TuE death of Mlr. David Wall, which took p.ace last \Vednrsday afternoon, has occas iine I widespread consternation in this neigh. b.urhood. When the unknown and unre. lenting knife strikes with unmerciful force among the strong we are taught to appreciate all the more the friendships of a good and true neiglhbonr. A few weeks ago the de. ceased contracted a cold, but imagining that it wruld pass off, he went to Rnossi, near Hoskingtown, and was engaged clearing laud. \Vhilst at Rossi theoold became wore e and he returned to his home last Saturday and went to bed, but notwithstanding care ful nursing by his wife he gradually grew worse, and on Tuesday Dr. Gnthridge was hastily summoned frcm Braidwood. tlhe D)octor dingnosed the case as one of double poeumonia, and weak heirt action, and held out absolutely no hope. The intelhlgence was a rniiful shock to the dceasrd's" wile and family, and unfortunately what is worse it was only tue correct...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MICHELAGO. ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

MIIOHELAGO. (From Oar Corrn .poltdent ANNUAL BALL. TnE Annual Ball in rid of the R. C. Presby tery Fund was held in the local Hall on Friday night last, and passed off very sue cessfully. The attend ,nce numbered abant 45 cooouples, and considering the incleuaency of the weather was very satisfactory. Rain fell constan'ly throughout the day and this f prevented a great many from attending who were coming from a distance. It was freely adinittel that the attendanc9 would habe t been a record had the weather kept fine. The committee had all arrangements perfect and c the ball was artistically decorated with flags. t The arrantements and supervision of the t supper tables was entrusted to a sub-com mittee of ladies consisting of Mesdames. Jno. Kelly, W. Kelly, Joo. Cotter, Ryan, and t Misses Lawler and A. Cot er. They worked with a vengeance and are deserving of great credit for their unflagging attention to the w?uta of every one. The tables were very nicely arranged and prettily deco...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. , In Advance, (Town) 2. 21 per Quarter. 8 ,, (Country) 2s 61 ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. Sar THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. M Professional and Business DIRECTORY. 1~HIS DIRECTORY is inserted with a view of giving such information to our town and country readers, and also to strangers who may visit the town, that they at a glance may see the addresses of the ' advertisers. Auctioersers?. - Moriarty A Co. Maxwell & Woodger. Coach and Buggy Builder. Wm. Snow. lKonaro-street. Dentists. W. Wallace Harkins, Commercial Hotel. Frank A. Moffatt, Monaro-street. L. Jorgard, Cooma. - Il. lhtirdresscrs, Etc. J. U. Eudeon (Cigar Divar). Fruiterer , irdreeser and - obacconist, Monaro-strect All smokers supplies Stationery. Perfumery', tco. Fresh fruit daily. Orders by post at' tended to. J. McInnes, Hairdresser and Tobzocenist Honare-street. All kinds of Tobacco and Cigars to choose from. Pipes, pouches and aUl sm? lers' req'isites. Pro...

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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1904. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 3 May 1904

WITH WHICH ARRI INOORPORATED Queanbeyan. Tinfes, Bungendore Mirror' & Captain's .Flat Miner. TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1904. Local and General. Mn. TuoirAs Ross has decided to coutest the Bathurst seat. AN attempt is being mndo to re-orgenise the Working Men's Club. . W?EAT, in Sydney, is nominally quoted at 2/11, with an absence of both seller and buyer. CONSTABLE McDonald, of Crookwell: has succeeded Constable Wilcox, who was -recently removed to Rugby.     TIE Pastures Protection Board rmake asi particular announcement mi tbih.! sne. Aio?, o niew adveitisememfnt ht .1 issue ma. y be noticed :-'Mr.'' GirovorI-~., 1?i?irley; &i Co'.; Stewart, Da1won ana Co ? Aiaf?c t?iie :Fatamers and Settlera' o 'operatl1"' Sbio'ty's' . Ltd. . . . Mn. W: FotdTER 1TruEGioi of0 idleigh, Bungendore,ihas become a ?T.ePresident of the Gooflburn' Church Soci ty, having given a suibscriptioi of £50 for ibis year. A ?mit eccurred at Bywong .Station on last Batu.rday week, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 May 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. SVYAN KEE ' DOODLE TOBACCO a18) a"' will then be found a positive delight to smoke. Ilr PLUGS or AIR-TIGHT TINS de DARK or BRIGHT. Try it and see. 18 MASCOTTE 'TOBACCO. Rewards in connection with this Tobacec have been descontiuunnod from 1st March • MASCOTTE TOBACCO IHa now become firmly established as a favourite with the smoking public. BOOMERANG BRANDY. "The Resident MIedical Officer of a large Oolonial,Hospital writes:-Our patients have Greatly Benefited by the use of Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a very Nourishing and Benefioial Stimulant." WELCOOIE NUGGET. TOBACCO THE BEST AMERICA PRODITUCES Obtainable in Plugs,. and Out in 2-oz. and 4-oz. Tins.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 May 1904

SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Cuuntry) 24 64 ,, , Subscriptions may commence or discontinue at any time. -0 ~- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. 4Q 4@@@@ Shirley's Manures Made in New South Wales-Not Imported. Superphosphate 36 to 38 per cent. £4 5s. PEhk i v.-it i- Departsent of Agriculture hold our Warranty of Analysis. ORDER EARLY FOR LATER DELIVERY. Advance Orders need not be accompanied by Cash. Direct Corresponidenice Requested. Fullest Ianformaitlon Supplledi. GE0. SHIRLEY & C0., Manure Merchants, 81 Pitt Street, SYDNEY. *HE Preer , :s I1N or THE2 " n~ pUlblNC Ttff E 1190 INC ,LWAY I AND THE VERDICT lS THAT ?,M, A Distributing Centre. ... ..... ;; SUesax ltreot, Sydney, is one of the host dialtibuttne mpontd in the State of New South Wales for ALL KINDS OF FARM PRODUCE, Butter, Eggs, Pigs, Poultry, Maize, Potatoes, etc. Besides the quantity oansumed by the great population in and - near Sydney, there is a great deal of New South Wales ...

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Departure of Father Collender. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 May 1904

Departure of Father Collender. PRESENTATION. Os'Wednesday afternoou in the Protes'ant Hall, where some 50 parishioners gathered, the Rev Father Collender, who will take his departure from Qaeanbeyan by this evening's train, to take uor his duties at Surry Hills, was made the recipient of a valuable gold watch and chain by1 his parishioners, and a handsome heavily silver mounted walking stick by the members of the A. H. C. Guild. The Mayor presided, and among those present were the Rev. Father O'Gorman (Copma), and the Rev. Father Fitzpatrick (Bnngendore). After briefly outlining the object of the meeting, the Mayor handed over to Father Collender the two souvenirs, and then read the following address : Rev. and Dear Sir,-We, your parishioners and friends, have learned with regret that we are about to lose you. During the eight'years you have spent with us you have won the love of all your flock a'id the respect of everyone in the d?-triot. It is impossible to properly esti mate the ...

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Death of Miss McCann. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 May 1904

P, Death of Miss MIcCanln. t Miss MARTnA MOOANN,'of this town, whose y death is reported to have taken place at five e o'clock yesterday afternoon, was one of the .t oldest identities of Queanbeyan and district: n At the time of her death she had reached a the advanoed age of `72 years, 44 of., which it lad been spent in Q?'eanb.yan. Of a very g retiring and unassuming disposition, Miss r MoOann during late years did not identify - heraelf with anythingt more thani church e matters, and to her church she was mucls a devoted, being a tealcher in the Methodist a Sunday School for nearly :G6 years. Miss - McOann resided with her brother, Mr. W. d MCoann, Monaro S:reet, and will be very n much missed by that gentleman. The im 6 mediate cause of her death was a' general d break-up of the system, accelerated by an r attack of inflammation of the lungs. The n funeral will take place at 3 o'clock to-morrow ' afternoon. , WILLrAMcDALE correspondence held over t till next issue. 3 MR. R.·J. A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Benedict's Convent Schools. ANNUAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 May 1904

St, Benedict's Oonvent Schools. ANNUAL CONCERT. Ax annual function which ill'cts the widest patronage of any periodical entertainment in Queanbeyan is that of St. Benedict's Convent Schools. In the syllabus of these schools are included elocution, singing, and every pracioe and study that would conduce to draw out the dormant faculties of the pupils. As a means of giving renewed inspiration to the pupils, who after frequent rehearsals of their respective pieces have become accom. plished artistes in their particular line,an en tertainment is given annually in the Pros tostant Hall, as well as one by special invita. tion in the Convent Rooms at the break up for the Christmas vacation. Year after year a vast improvement is visible in the young artistes, and though some of the older ones are dropping out, new ones are appearing who are evidently reluctant to allow the reputation of the function to retrograde. On Wednesday night the Sisters of the Convent had good reason to feel pleased...

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CAPTAIN'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 May 1904

CAPTAIN'S FLAT From a Uorrespondent. A veRY pretty wedding was. celebrated at Captain's Flat in the R. O. Ohurch on Mon day morning, April 11tlh, when Miss Mary McGrath, third daughtor of M. W. McGrath of Yase, was married to Martin Joseph Pola fourth eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pola of Captain's Flat. The Rev. Father Fitzpatrick officiated. The bride, who was given.away by her uncle, Mr. Thomas Ryan of Captain's Flat, looked very pretty in her wedding dress of cream Japanese silk, richly trimmed with.valencienne lace and insertion; she carried a boquec of white cosmos and maiden hair ferns, and wore a wreath' and veil,also a magnificent gold bangle and watch and chain, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid was a sister of the bride, Miss Kathleen McGrath, of Yass, and was prettily attired in crnshed strawberry voile, trim mings and satin ribbon streamers and hat to match, and wore a gold broach,, gift of the bridegroom. Mr. M. Roache,.cousin of the bride, acted as best ...

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Here's What's Wanted. CITIZEN OF QUEANBEYAN SUPPLIES THE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 6 May 1904

Here's What's Wanted. CITIZEN OF QUEANBEYAN SUPPLIES THE INFORMATION. Oven half the complaints of mankind origlnae with the kidneys. A elight touch of backache first. Twinges and shooting pains i~i the loins fold low. They must be checked, they lead to grave complications. The sufferer seeks relief. Plasters are fried and liniments for the back. So called Kidney cures which do not cure. The long looked for result seems unattaiu able. If you suffer do you want relief ? Follow the plan adopted by this Queanbeyan citizen. Mrs. I. ieech, George street, this town, says :--" Two or three months ago. Mr. Mooch was in a bad state of'health owing to paint in the small of the back; lumbago I. think. He was very nearly crippled with the pains at that time. He obtained a box of Doan's B.slkaohe Kidney Pills at I. It. Pollard's Pharmacy and used them in. conjuu3tiun with a liniment which'the doctor had prescribed, and between the two he got right in four or five days. He has been free .of the af...

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