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CONCERNING THE COAL WHEELERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905
CONCERNING THE COAL WHEELERS. The Sydney daily press and a large section of the country press is being made use of, in the interests of tlie mineown ers, to fasten the responsibility I -n the present trouble on the Newcastle working-class, and cay after day we are told of vollieries that are ' held up ' uiid the cause of the stritprc ic subjected to every imaginable torm of misrepresentation, v.hile the failure of the Arbi t ration Act is enlarged upon to -. degree that becomes mono tonous in the extremity of its hysteria. It is set forth that Repression in the coal trade ren ders reduced wages a necessity, ?'.lid it :s complained, in a num ber of country papers, that the ' miners ' are not prepared to ?::uike a shift to get along at less than fair wages for white men ' vheu the necessities of i *!ie trade demand it.' * & * Now, there are several things tov be borne in mind in connec tion with the present trouble. The first is that the ' miners ' have nothing to do with it, ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905
A smart Shower passed over Queanbeyan yesterday afternoon. TheBendigobraacfrofthe AmalgamateJ Miners' Association urge the passing of a State Arbitration t,c*. m.. i.j._. . . £-***« Wt ^ Tan'd ^e ''New South ^aleg measure to be too one-sided. The Government will lose in revenue no less than, ^io3,isq.u year by the We«t ?» t-d. Swrd's cobjU recCifca. Uon a. compared wM^^Sr
SPORTS AT SUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905
SPORTS AT SUTTON. There was a fair attendance atSutton on Wednesday, when the Bicycle and Athletic Sports eventuated. Visitors were present from yueanoeyan, jBungendore Gmmderra, Gundaroo, and other centres. Mr. A. A. Lucas, the ener getic secretary, had work enough for two men to do, but lie got through it without a 1 mtcn. Mr. E. O. Moore was judge; Mr. Lucas, starter ; and Messrs Uke, Lucas, and Gale, handi cappers. The various events recnUd as under: Opening Handicap Bicycle Race, J/2 mile. £1. ' First Heat. I T. Williamson, 50yds 1 G. March, 30yds .... 2 umer starters : A. Hunter, 25 yds ; H. Bingley, scr. Williamson was never caught laud won comfortably from Marsh, the hanriican nnci'ti'nnc _. ? ? 'r 1? ********* no of Hunter and Bingley also re maining unchanged. Second Heat. C. Mclnues, 20yds ... 1 B. Hunter, 25yds 2 i' me m-st lap, Mclnues ! caught and passed his opponent and led past the starling post Ascending the hill. Hunw shook things up, and as he gradually narrowed t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905
Woofer Bros. | . ARE .CLEARING THEIR . ' Entire Stock of Groceries and Hardware ^_AT COST PEICE!_-^ Every Article must be sold to make room i . for Huge Consignments of DRAPERY, now on the water. We 'will Stock ONLY Drapery, Millinery, Boots and Shoes Fancy Goods^^ After this CLEARANCE SALE. ® All Groceries and Hardware Will be bought for our Clients, on a Commission Basis, by our Mr. T. WOODGER, who has just completed arrangements for carrying out of same. Wonderful Savings will be effected, and Wonderful Bargains Will be how offered to induce the speedy Clearance of Stock. Our Drapery & Millinery Business Will be continued under the manage ment of Mrs. WOODGER. @ All Accounts Overdue Must be SETTLED AT ONCE, or satisfactory arrangements made, other wise they -will be handed to our solicitor for collection. v- ^fc^^GeneralBEercnants and Importers, * . QUEANBEYAN. ' Fifty-five SMlling-s Meat! 1STEVSB BEPOEE BOTTGHT -A. STJIT LIICIE THIS! ? ?? It's a nice all-wool material— s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 27 January 1905
JAS. PIKE, AUCTIONEER, Stock, Real Estate;&?General Cornmlfisibn. Afl?nt tUO AGENT I'OR PRINCESS* PERFE^GREAM SEPARATORS;, Portable and Stationary Steam and (.,.'? Oil Engines, '?, '?' Threshing Machines, irrigation . .Plants, // -j-,- ? Farm Impliments and Machinery - . of. nil kindsJ '.'*?, ? . .? : ? ' Office: ' r' . Opposite the Post Office.
Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
Sheep. At Ifomebusu on Thursday, 22,000 sheep wtre penned. Bidding was strong for all descridtions, which values showing a slight advance on last day's improve 1 rates, making the market a very dear one. Best crossbred wethers from 1 6s 6tl, exra]7s6d,goodfromi5s6dto 16s, others lower. Best crossbred ewes, to 16s, extra U, 17s Id, good 15s to 15s 6d, others from I2s6d. ' . -? Beat merino wethers 16s gi, extra to 17S: 5d, good 15s 6d to t6s, medium from 14s 6d, light from( 13s, small and light from ios 6d,. Merino ewes, 13s. extra to 14s 84, goo.l us 6d to 12s, medium from ios 6d, others from 8s 6d. Among tbe sales effected were : — J. Gallagher, jun., Bungendore, 75 wethers an 145 gd to 14s lod, 25 at 13s. N. Powell, Bungendore, 99 wethers at 13s to 13s sd, 202 wethers us id to .is* 4d. - T. Coleman, Bungendore, 138 wether' at 1353d to 13s 4d, 6 crossbred 15s 3d, 14 ewes at ios 6d. J. Morrison, Queanbeyan, 63 wethers 13s 3d, 29 at 12s 4d. T.J. Kelly, Michelago, 53 wethers at 14s 7d,...
Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
Wool. Among the lots 6old were :- GREASV. J. B. over Bulga Creek, 4 bales at IlJt'ii. J McCoverGlenwool,l2balesat jo.iid. K over Michelago, fl bales at 13 '4d. MM, over Bulga Creek, 4 biles at I2#d, 7 at 12X4. Q (in diamond) over Cooma, 25 bales 3! 9-*d,8at9X. H Pover Colington, 12 bales at g'/ia. II T over Michelago, 15 bales at -)HA. A C over Michelago, 14 bales at 9-4d. SCOURED. J (on side) M over Rob Roy, 4 bales at i8d, 4 at i4Md.
THE MARKETS. Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
THE MARKETS. Vtadnaa. ThH following quotations refer only to the wholesale trade : *'\Vlie»t— Shippi»g,firmeratjf4#t03/5. Chickwheat : Pnme,;2/ioto 2/11, medium, 2/6 per bushel. Flour.— In betterdemand. City roller, j£8/io/ ; country makes, /8 to /8/5/ ; Manitoba, £ 13 to ,£13/15,' per ton. Pollard fio per bushel. Bran.— /8 per bushel. Oats.— Tosmonian: White feed, choice 2/10; prime 2/7 to 2/9. Melbourne : Al gerian, 1/6 per bushel. Peas.— Blue, 4/6 to 4/9 ; grey, market bare. Barley.— Cape, 2/7; English., 2/4 to 2/5 per bushel. Chaff.-Choice, ^3/'9/6 »° ^4/S/j prime, j£3/5/ to £3/18/ per ton. Lucerne.— Hunter River: Choice dry green, ,£3/5 ; old summer bay, ' /2/15/ ; to/3; inferior, £i\ 10/. At Redfern : jCilSl per, ton. Oaten Hay.— Melbourne ; Hydraulic pressed, prime, £3/15!, medium £3 te £l!Sl per ton. Cheese.— Prime loaf, I5X to /6 ; soft new, /5 ; inferior )4% ; prime large, /s)4 , odd lots, /6 ; inferior, from /s ; Kamcruk.i Cheddar, /7 per lb. Straw.— Derrick-pressed : Tas...
Interment. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
InUrmtnt. The -funeral of theT1ate' !Mr. J. , Goppin fpokjplace pesteiday':-Mob- tlaj^arternoon, and 'wastvejfy/aaB fay^ttendeg, ; The remains were interred in the Church 'pf. England jbeinefeiyii^ev. MrSftfite officmtin? ; fcVfthe .-grave.'^ ^Meniljjsfs' pf'the labor league walked -in'^he process
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
General News. The authorities have placarded Moscow with a telegram, stating that, according to a London correspondent, the recent dis turbances were due to Anglo-Japanese aerents. It states that the disturbances were caused 111 order to prevent the Bailie and tne Dlack Sea squadrons proceeding to the Far East. The placard also states that Ih; Tiiglieh have forwarded enor sno-js sums to Russia to organise tbe workmen's re. o'.t. The strike of wheelers at Newcastle has been declared' eff, and work is to be re sumed to-day on the proprietors' terms. At the Kiama Show the State Guvernor said legislation was wanted to prevent scoundrels from sending home bad butter which ruined Uie trade. At Belltrces (says Scone Advocate) four employees shot 138 bares in one day. On this estate during ten days of mowing operations in the lucerne, en average of ten bares were killed by the machines. ? Sixty bushels of maize to the acre is looked for by some growers in the vici inityofBllinuagel. Tbe pol...
CRICKET. N.S.W. v. Victoria. [BY SPECIAL WIRE.] NEW SOUTH WALES.-First Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
CRICKET. B.B.W. v. VlstoTU. [By 6nciM.WutK.] New South Wales. — First Innings V. Trumper, st Carkeek, b Giller 8i A. J. Hopkins, c Randsford, b ' Armstrong ? 37 M. A. Noble, c Armstrong b Laver 65 W. P.Howell, bMcLeod ? 34 S. E. Gregory, c Layer, b Armstrong 40 F. Johnson, run oot ..., ... 12 E. F.F. Waddy.cCarkeek.bGiller 35 R. A Duff, b Collins ? S J. J. Kelly, c Scott, b Laver ... 50 G. L. Gamsey, bMcLeod ? 16 A. Cotter, not out ... ... 21 Sundries ? 22 Total ? 421 Victoria.— First Innings. J. Giller, not out ... ... 113 V. Ransfonl, b Cotter ? 62 W. Carkeek, c Gregory, b HowcII 25 Armstrong, c Duff, b Cotter ... 55 Laver, b Cotter ... ... 4 Scott, c Trumper, b HopVins ... 9 McLtod , not out ... ... 21 Sundries, ... ... 13 Total, 8 for 310. Heavy rain fell this morning ; and a tea vy Ihunderitonn stopped the pley at 3.45, and the game was not resumed,
PATIENCE WITH THE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 31 January 1905
riimci wits xn xora. They are such tiny feet! They have gone such a little way to meet The years which are required to break Their steps to evenness, and make Them go More sure and slow I They are snch little hands 1 Be kind. Things an so new, and life but stands A step beyond the doorway. All around Such tempting things to shine upon, and so The hands are tempted hard you know. They are such new, young lives, Surely their newness shrives Them well of many sins. They sec so much that, being mortal, they would touch, That if they reach We must not chide, bnt teach. They.are such fond, clear eyes, That widen to surprise At every turn ; they are so often held Tosun or showers— showers soon dispelled Love asks for such much grace. They are such fair, frail gifts, Uncertain as the rifts Of light that lie along the Sky— They may not be here by and by Give them not lore, but more— above And harder — patience with the love.