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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

List of Mineral Centres-Continued. MANGANESE-Continued. Cobrooiiiari Crefek (Rbckhafiiptbia) Main Range (Pott Deugias) Gatecombe Head (Gladstone) Black Snake (Kilkivan) Walsh &iver (tterberton) \Varwick* Targinhle (Gladstone)* Brookfield (Brisbane) ThaUes Creek (Warwick Caftal Creek (Wkrwifck) Ipswich Glastonbury (Gympie) Coolgarra (Herberton) Ridgelands (Rockhampton) MICA. Boulia District Junctioh Crefek (Etheridge District) Ltlkinville (Palmer) Mount Garnet (Hferberton) CHROME ORE. Pine Mountain (Nr. Ipswich) Kilkivan* ASBESTOS. Mt. Wheeler (Roekhiarripton) Broadsound Kilkivan Princhestef (Roekhamptbh)* Islaport (Rockhia.m^tbii) CINNABAR (MlRClJR^). Kilkivan* Black Spring Creek (Nebo) Broken River (Surdfekih) PJLUMMgO. Rivertree (Stanthbrpe)* Mt. Bauple (Maryborough R&ilw Line)* Gape Upstart (Bowen)* ZINC, Ravenswood Norton Goldfield (Gladstone) Jibbenbar (Stanthorpe) Ballandean (Statithorpe) jBARYTA (SPAR) i?otdsi (Mt. Perry) Miva (Kilkivan Railway Line) Gigoomgan...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

Hardware Department ass s s iiiHiiiHuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiifliHitHiHiinuiimmiiiuil. Contains every class of Cooking Utensil, such as Aluminium, Enamelled (both heavy and light), Steel, Iron, Tin and Copper. Fenders, all sizes, in Plain Iron, Brass and Nickel. Fire Irons and Brasses to match. Lampware, a very large selection, in cluding a Special Line of Extension Centre Lamps. Boiiiiybridge Dover Stove, No. 7, 65/-; No. 8, SO/ Other Makes (Scotch), No. 7, 51/6; No. 8, 70/-. Stoves Department Contains Dover Stoves, All Sizes, Beacon Light Stoves, All Sizes. Beaver Stoves, All Sizes. Oxford Stoves, All Sizes. Banged, All Sizes. *Gas StoVes. Heating Stoves. Primus Stoves; Kerosene Stoves. BEDSTEAD, with Wire Mattress attached. Single, 47/6. COT, with Wire Mattress attached. Single. Cot, 4ft. x 2ft., 30/ BEDSTEAD, tvith Wire Mattress attached. ' ' e',-45/-. George St., BRISBANE, at Complete House = Furnishers, of Ann Sim MANGLE, 21in. Boilers, 65/ Others 45/-, 75/-, 90/-, WRITE FOB PRICE LIST...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Walkers Limited, Iron Founders, Engineers, Sugar and Mining Machinery, Manufacturers, Etc., Maryborough, Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

Iron Pounders, Engineers, Sugar and Mining Machinery, Manu* facturers, Etc., Maryborough, Queensland. HE ironworks of Messrs. Walkers .Limited are situated at Maryoor ougn, on the left bank of tne iviaiy Kiver, aoout 20 miles Horn its mourn, and distant from Brisbane 1O0 mnes, Gympie 60 miles, Bunaa Derg 54 miles, Gladstone 165 mnes. i^xrst established in 186b as a branch of John Walkers and Co., Baliarat, Vic toria, it was in 1884 converted into a limited liability company, under the title of Walkers Limited, wth a capital of ^'100,000, of which Jjb3,73° nas been paid up. Upwards of 500 men are usually employed. Tne works alto gether cover an area of about 12 acres, con nected by tram lines, and having also a special branch line connected with tiie main North Coast Railway, from Brisbane to Maryborough and Gladstone. The offices, draughting-rooms, and tne principal engineering works are in Jbowen Street, covering an area of over five acres, nearly all of which is roofed in, while t...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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GYMPIE 1868-1901. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

GYMPIE 1868-1901. Opening of the Field, Nash's Gully, 1868. Phoenix Line of Mines, 1001.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

QUEENSLAND RAILWAYS. New Quick Service BY Rail and Steamer "<* J® "V » ipy r>" *A>. ~ T%-fe| >#< *< ; ,. i'T# "V*" . '"-J BETMEEN Brisbane And North Queensland. S.S. " Barcoo" leaving Gladstone^Jetty. Castle Hill, Townsville Passengers may now book direct between Brisbane and Northern Ports and vice versa, via Gladstone. Passengers leaving Brisbane by rail at 10.0 p.m. on Fridays arrive at Gladstone at 12.30 p.m. on the following day, and at once embark on board the s.s. " Barcoo," reaching Townsville at 5.0 a.m. on the following Monday, thence to Cairns by connecting steamer ; and similarly passengers leaving Townsville by the s.s. " Barcoo " at 10.30 p.m. on Mondays, arrive at Gladstone on the following Wednesdays, and are at once taken forward by Rail to Brisbane, arriving there at 6.0 a.m. on Thursdays. Between BRISBANE and MACKAY BOWEN TOWNSVILLE ... CHARTERS TOWERS CAIRNS ... . ... SINGLE. £ s. d. 5 7 6 5 15 0 5 18 9 6 8 9 6 17 6 RETUR...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

CHAPTER II. In spite of £ The Cherub's " cheerful assurance that a few days would see Jinks on the high-road to happiness, our senior " sub.", lost none of the gloom which had settled on him of late. Seldom leaving his quarters unless compelled by duty, he, spoke to no one unless addressed; then only to answer in a manner so wide of the mark that it was only too evident that his thoughts were far from what was going on about him. Indeed, so absent-minded was. the unfortunate Jinks that we left him in peace, and contented ourselves with speculat ing as to the result of " The Cherub's " matrimonial overtures on his behalf. One morning expectation rose to a high pitch. " The Cherub " had received a letter addressed in a hand writing which, like* the dainty envelope holding it, suggested a fair correspondent. The significant air of grave importance assumed by the recipient as he read it, convinced us that it concerned the subject uppermost in our thoughts just then. The presence of the ...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Salvation of our Senior "Sub." [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

The Salvation of our Senior "Sub." " Take my word for it, Jinks, there is only one remedy for a man in your desperate state, and that remedy is marriage. You know as well as anyone that I have the stifongest objections to married men. They are the curse of a regiment; always out of mess, and doubling the expenses of those who do belong to it; afraid to play polo j and regular wet blankets, with oply one redeeming point-th^t is, the fun one has flirting with their "syives, and watch* ijag them-the husbands-grow greener with jealousy day by day." The speaker, our junior "sub," a fair-haired youth known as " The Cherub/' paused for breath. Then, at the end of the boistorous round of apnlause which greeted his eloquence from us youngsters, for it yas late in the evening and we had the mess to ourselves, continued " But in your case, my dear Jinks, I feel bound to sink my prejudice and urge the necessity of an early marriage. As a man of the world, let me assure you that for a blighted a...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

This block represents the Acetylene= 0as Company's Patent Shute Generator. jehe^p?£fc,the most efficient, and the ea^e|t-^z)|pi4a1»d Generator ever oMred t»o tjgfep&£ii& This is what Messrs. Fiiegerald Bros., the well-known Circus Proprietors, say about our Generators, whicn they( have been using now lor the past four years:.-" We haye muchpleasune in stating that your Acetylene Gas and Generator -has givfehcbifablete satisfaction during the last four years in lighting opr. tents.. ^be 4»st is not so much as kerosene, and the gas is armeh coolier, cleiwieif, and gajfer." Before installing an Acetylene Gas Plant, call or write to Qieeisland Acetylene 8as 6t., Opposite Police Courts, ElizAbttHi Sirllk BRISBANE.

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Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

Savoury Tomatoes.-For each small tomato, allow a slice of bacoii or tarn, take out the pulp of the tofhatdes, mix it with a few white breadcrumbs^ a little grated cheese, cayenne, salt, and sugar; a l*^e..c*eam or Par* an eSS may also be used if cbnyenient, but it is not necessity. Refil the tomatoes, fold the bacon round and fry, or, if frying is hot liked, put a little bacon fat or butter in a saucepan with the balls, cover the pan closely, and let cook gently fdf 10'minutes. Serve each ball on toast or bread. Genoese Eggs.-Into boiling water throw two tablespoonfuls of well-washed riee; boil it for t5 minutes, then drain off all the water, leaving each grain dry and separate. Have one or two hard boiled eggs choppfed iri readiness, put a bit of butter in the saucepan with.the rice, eggs, chopped parsley, pepper, salt, and a little chopped onion or, if pre ferred, the onion may be fried in the butter before adding the rice. When quite hot serve on a slice of fried bread. Potato Sa...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Home Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

* .If ,inbihefs Bnty kiife# the: harm they jib when tH6y talk disparagingly about Mrs. So and So before their children! In the hearts of innocent children their mother is their mouthpiece, and every good mother should remember itife hiU the moulding of that child's character, which is to be the making of good men or women. Let your' Cdriversatibii be that which will improve their minds and not decay them. Encourage them to see the good qualities of their companions, and not their faults. Teach them to love mankind, and never to say unkind things, especially of their own sex. You will never regret it, and they will live to bless your memory. A mother's duty may seem hard, but if you begin right jfoii ihust go on well, But if your beginning is wrdijg it takes years to reap the tares that you have sown, for surely it must be as easy to begin the right wkf ski the wrbiij^, and if a child his a good home, influence, and pure conversation, you will be on the right path of duty; The format...

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ROUND THE SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

ROVltto THE SHOPS. FINNEY, ISLES & CO.-Mr! Carr, who has been engaged by this firm to use his long experience as a window-dresser, has already, in the artistic embellishment of their windows, produced several novelties and artistic concep tions which have received great praise for their tmiquie excellence. At present sax windows have received attention, while the others are undergoing alterations to this end. Very elaborate are the preparations before they are ready for the artists' skill, a necessity well understood with but a glance at the fin ished pictures contained in the bedroom, ball costumes, curtains, quilt, blanket and French millinery windows. Comfortable and artistic in the extreme is the firstnamed, while the beautiful half-models contained in the ball cos tume window with their artistic surroundings, have attracted enormous attention. These costumes are in embroidered bro caded and tinsel gauzes, beautifully finished. Rolls of the material and crepe silks are s...

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Woman's World. WHEN IS WOMAN MIDDLE-AGED? [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

I&omeLKi's lllorfd. WHEN IS WOMAN MIDDLE-AGED ? One of the truisms with which the middle-aged woman is wont to console herself, is the well-known saying, that a woman is just as old as she looks. To that may be added the fact that she generally looks as old as she feels! There is an old and exploded theory, that the decisive moment when lovely woman bade good-bye to her youtb was that finding of the " silver thread among the gold." It is more than likely that she never notices her first white hair. It comes silently and unannounced in the hey-day of her summer, when all the world is young; the sun shines in the skies-the heavens are blue, and the woman wears a smile-and her prettiest frock, and goes out con quering and to conquer. At such a moment, a hundred white hairs would not convince her that middle-age is descending upon her. She knows she is young-the gift of the gods is still hers. But one fine morning a change comes; she has her first bad attack of that most insidio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

If you like a Good Cup of Tea . . ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

T..j-r; V M Queen, Edward and Adelaide Sts., Brisbane. THE FEATURE OF THE SEASON. C|**HESE -New;, and Fashionable Materials have been in Great Vogue in London and Paris this season. Our Home Buyers, ever alert to secure the LATEST and ^ SMARTEST, have sent us a Large Assortment of these useful and most fashionable IRISH and SCOTCH FRIEZE CLOTHS. Being in so great demand on the other side, we are fortunate in having a choice well-assorted selection of these SCARCE and MUCH-SOUGHT-FOR MATERIALS. Our range comprises % The DONEGAL FRIEZE. The SUTHERLAND FRIEZE. The CALEDONIAN FRIEZE. The ZIBELINE FRIEZE. They are in Plain Colourings and Checked Effects, and in each we offer a wide selection of Newest Shades. Width from 44ms. to 56ms. Prices from 2s. 3d. to 5s. 6d. per yard. The majority have the advantage of being unshrinkable and unspottable by water. SAMPLES, with Prices Marked, sent FREE by post on receipt of request Meat Preservers and * * J Queen Street Leichhardt Street Breakfast ...

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FRUIT GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

FRUIT GARDEN. If the ground bias been prepared as pre viously recommended^ commence planting, or transplant ail citrus fruit trees, persimmons, peaches, apples, peas, chestnuts, walnuts, cloves, etc. October and December are the months to plant tropical trees, mangoes, etc. mine all deciduous trees, and see that all are thoroughly cleaned from scale. Gather up all rubbish, prunings, decayed fruit, etc., and have it burned. .Refuse matter tends to har bour pests. Fork in some well-rotted manure round the trees. Keep down weeds and every thing clean; and if the trees are growing too thick, thin them out to allow a free circula tion of air and light.

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VEGETABLE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

VEGETABLE GARDEN. Keep the hoe and: foric at itirork among the growing vegetables. Manure and dig all avail able ground; transplant fox* succession; escha lots, onions, leeks, cabbage, celery, parsley, khol-rabi, beet, etc. Makes sowings of peas, carrots, turnips, cabbage, lettuce:, spinach, sal sify, endive, radish, mustard, cress, etc* French beans may be soiwn in a sheltered posi tion, where there if no frost Earth up anxl i; dear away aU small leaves round the base of celery plants; tie pieces of old newspapers 3 or 4 ply round each plant, then earth up and'add paper as. the plants are growing about once a fortnight, the paper bleaches and keeps the celery clean. If rhu barb and asparagus has to be planted, the sooner this is done the better. This is a good time to extend the vegetable garden; in doing this the most essential thing to do is to trench deep, De liueiai with well-rotted stable or cow manure, and attend well to the drainage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

Myers Bucket Spiay Pump, 22/6. Q,"P"B3E3i5T STREET, Steel Picks, 3/-, 3/6, 4/-, 4/6 each. Handles, 1 /- each *. CM Garden Fork, 1/- each, Bush Hook, 4/6 complete. (FZs* Mattocks. 4/6 each. Handles, 1/-. Scythe Blades, 3/6 each. Hoes, 1/-, 1/3, 1/6, 2/-. v- V \I. V " 590 4-Prong Hoe, 5/6. La\*n Mower 12-iri., 25/-; 14 in. 27/6. Garden fcorks, 3/-, 4/-, 5/-, 6/ Kitcheri Hatchet, 2/9 each. Spades and Shovels. REQUISITES tfOB AND HoMS WRtTE V\ // B. G, Wilson & So. American Axes, 4/-^ 5/-, 6/- Complete Horse>CHppers, 5/-, 7/Vtf>/-, 12/6. Myers Knapsack Spray Pump, 20/J complete. Fairy Queen Kerosene Stoves,1 No. 2 9/6; -No. 3 12/6; Nb. 3|!l7/6 comipleteT as shown. Primus Stoves, 14/6; 'Oven 25/- extra.

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DARLING DOWNS (GEO. SEARLE, Toowoomba). [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

DARLING DOWNS (GEO. JSEARLE, Toowoomba). KITCHEN GARDEN.-Keep the soil around growing plants well stirred, a watering occasionally with liquid manure will improve the growth; continue to transplant from the seed-bed so soon as the young plants are sufh ciently large j see that the beds are deeply dug, finely worked, and well manured with roc ten manure. This is specially applicable for onions, which should be transplanted as soon as they are an inch or so above the ground. For pickling onions sow thickly in drills. Asparagus may be sown, in drills two feet apart, thin out to three inches, and keep free from weeds. The best soil is a light, rich, sandy loam, well mixed with rotten man ure , it should be trenched two feet deep, and plenty of manure should be put in the bottom. The most convenient width for the beds is five feet, with a two-foot path between each, each bed containing two rows two and! a half feet apart, and fifteen inches from the path. The advantage of the pathi is to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. BRANCHES ©F THE ABOVE BANK ARE NOW ©PEN AT Adavale Albion Alpha Aliora Amby Aramac Augathella Avon dale Ayr Banana Barcaldine Beau desert Beenleigh Blackall Bogantungan Boflon Boonah Bowen Brisbane Bundaberg Burketown UGabooliure Capella Cairns Camooweal ICar dwell ' IChilders ^Chinchilla HCharleville Charters Towers Clermont Cleveland Clifton Cloacurry Coen Comet Cordalba Cooktown Croydon Crow's Nest Cumberland Cunnamulla Dalby Degilbo Drayton Duaringa Dunwich Eidsyold Emerald E mu Vale Engelsburg Esk Eulo Fernvale Fortitude Valley Gatton Gayndah Geham Georgetown Gerald to a Gin Gin Gladstone Goodna Goondiwlndi Gowrie Junction Grandch ester Gympie Halifax H irrisville Herberton Helidon Howard Hughenden Ingham Ipswich Irvinebank Isisford Jericho Jondaryan Jundah Kilkivan Killarney Kynuna Laidley Lake's Creek Landsborough Leyburn Longreich Lowood Mackay Mackinlay Mireebi Marburg May town Maryborough Meringindan Mirani Miles Mitchell Morven Mt. Girnet Mt. Morg...

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The Illawarra Breed of Dairy Cattle, New South Wales. BY FRANK MCCAFFREY. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 12 June 1901

The Illawarra Breed of Dairy Cattle, New South Wales. BY FRANK MCCAFFREY. Continued. THE following extracts from the Kiama Agricultural Association's Dairy Herd Book, show the result of tests conducted by the Associ ition from gth December, 1886 (date of last published statement), to 6tlr October, 1898, in qualification for the Association's Hetd Book !30 43 60 Name of Owner. K. Murphy. J. T. & E. Cole. James Bros. James Bros. H. Dudgeon. John T. Young. e3 HW S °'S ® <! < 4 yrs. 4 yrs. 6 yrs. 6 yrs. 6 yrs. Aged. Colour. Roan. Lt. Roan. Red and white. Red, with white spots on flank & rump, star on forehead, Red. Red and white. Breed. Shorthorn M'j'r Strain Bred by owners, by - " Young Robinhood" &c. McGill and Major bd. Already en tered in Herd Book. Major, bred by owner. Unknown. "d S O O Fair. Good. Good. Good. Very fair. Date of Test. 1887. Oct. 20th. Oct. 13-20. 1890. Dec. 29th. Dec. 80th. 1891. Nov. 2nd. Nov. 3rd. 1893. Jan. 18th. Ja...

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