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Bungendore Butchery [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

Sanffesdore Butchery Mr. T. Flanagan; late of ByivoHg, is c'oiiiiuejicing business in' Bungendore in the thebuthering line, and his well-deserved popularity should ensure him a long list of customers. His business announce ment appears in this issue.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. Death of Mr. Arthur Flower. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

LOCAL NEWS. Death of Mr. Arthur flower. Mr. Akthuk Flower died at bis residence, Yass, on Monday flight, ! at the age of 38 years. The cause of death was consumption, from which he had : been suffering for several vears. Some time back, Mr. Flower visited Gininderra on a pro longed leave of absence due to ill health. The deceased gentleman came to this district from Sydney about 23 years ago, when, as a lad, he was employed by the late Mr. Oeo. Harcourtin the store at Ginin derra ; and afterwards in the same store by Mr. H. L. Jones. When the store passed to the control of the Oungahleen Estate, Mr, Flower was placed in charge, and managed the business very successfully. Later on, in partnership with Mr. T. Gribble, jun., he started business at Hall. After relinquishing the Hall store, he took charge of Mr. F. Peterson's store at Bowning ; and from there went to Yass, where he entered the establishment of Mr. C.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEADERS: THEIR MAKING AND UNMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

LEADERS: THEIR MAKING j AND UNMAKING. The Chinaman is credited with i a habit of wrecking the Joss | which fails to give him satis factory value iu return for his devotions ; after whicli he man ufactures another Joss, to be , dealt with in like manner; should developing circum- i stances appear to render such - a course desirable. j * * * j The capitalist press of Aus- 1 tralia — and particularly the I Sydney Daii.v Tki-UGrai'H— reminds The Lf.ader of the heathen Chinee and his Joss sniasbing proclivities. * * * Years back, Ihe late Sir i Henry Parkes was the much worshipped Joss of the Tkle -;RArn syndicate, who at the j same time winked an indulgent j eve iu the direction of protec- j tfonist Lyne. In the case of the latter, it is only fair to add that this was when the big; Sydney tramway steal was be ing attempted, with Lyne as one of the chief engineers and the Telegraph a vigorous and interested advocate of the steal. And, of course, A fellow feeling makes one wondrous kind. ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ONE TREE HILL HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

One Tree Hii.l Handicav. Silver Forest ? 10 12 AvondaJe ? 9 IO Green well ? 8 5 Glenn ? S 3 Belinda ? 7 S Tessie ? 7 ° Gay Boy ? f- 12 Dundee ? 6 7 Southern King ... G 7 Go'.dmine ? 6 7

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
One Tree Hill Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

One Tree Bill B&oas. The following are the weights for the two principal events at the above races which are to take p'.aee to-morrow (Saturday) : Opening Handicap. st. lbs. Avondale ? 9 12 ' Glenn ? « S Philitus ? 7 12 Sloucher ? 7 I2 Belinda ? 7 10 Gay Boy ? 7 o Dundee ... ... 6 10 Goldmine ? 6 10 Southern King ... 6 10

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH-GERMAN SUPERSTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

KORTH-GERMAN SUPEESTIONS. If you happen to be North German born, or if it falls to your lot to sojourn for a while in North Germany, yon will find a whole farrago of superstitions ready to your hand. For instance : you muat not spin during tho twelve nights ox Christmas, lent you should walk after your death, rnr after fuuset on Saturday, for then mice will tat j'our, work. Sprakicg of o»tu),T, if 70U wast to have money and luck au the yenr round you must not fail to rat l'cninf; on Naw Year's Day ; or, jf yunwi«htobr!orky,TODniiv-l.aotnKk an empty cradlo, or apili fait wantonly, or cross knives, or poluf at tbe etars. If you leave a dirty cloth on tho table overnight you will moke the angels weep ; if yon -point upwards to tbe rainbow you will make the angels' feet bleed ; and if you talk of cab bages while looking at the moon, you will hurt the feeling* of the mas is it, who was a cabbage stealer In his salad days. Three candles burning in one room betoken the presence of a bride....

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

HUMOUR He—' Will you think ot me when I'm gone f She (yawning)-' Y«\ Mr. Blaylate, It you will give me an opportuuity.' Ethel—' I wonder if be lovee me attic nytt He has known me only a wcok.' Clara— ? He may, if that's all tbo time he has known you.' rliihuthropint— ? Why did yon ckango the title of The Ladios' Homo to Old Ladies' Home?' Mrs. Du Quoie—'Jt is becoming too crowded.' Oue thing nbout people who wear re ligion as b cloak, they are pretty sun to bo warm in the next world, too. — Inter Ocean. Even the Sew IVk Board of Aidemia in Republican, and alra-;*t for the first time since Adam was a little boy.— Boston Tran script's New Humour. jBgwi.il—' I hear they «re goini: to wear overcoats longer this winter.1 Wigwag— ?I'm going to wiiar mine a winter longor, whatever the fashion m»y bo.' 'Has the major quit his s'ump-spealiDg campaign ycti' 'Oh, yes' 'Wbat's no doiDgnow'r' 'Grubbiu'up tbe stumps fur firewood '.' — Atlanta Constitution. Tbe peaceful occupation of washing bhirU...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WE SHOULD NEVER GROW OLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

WE BHOULD NEVER GROW OLD. It is a long time now stnoe Mr. Gone and I first twanged on the Jew's harp of the1 ballade and the trivial Inolot. He has ant deserted the Muse, aad lioiv, in bis ' Russet and Silver' (Heinonituiu), gives us his best, atoll events. Thermal to'TueUala* (tie Saiaoon home of Mr. Stevenson) . an beautiful and original, and no fears, That low rim of long faint islands, ' Barren grenite-saoutod nesses, ' must strike something of a pang into the heart of the exile in his 'ethereal musky Urulands.' The heather smells sweeten than the hibiscus probably, not that I have any practical knowledge of tho hibiscus. 'I grow old,' says Mr. Goose. Bosh! Not so old as that cither. We should never grow old; it b onlv a bad,. low habit, bred of town life. While there are links, while there la Lord's, while there are salmon in the streams, then is bo sort of use in grewinjr old, and tbe better part of youth is always present: Prepare To love oarth less, and more taunt ab, says t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPLE CUSTARD PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

APPLE CTSTAED HE. To 3 cupfuls of eUncd applos, add i cup ful of sugar, and let them stand until cold. «tix the bealra yolk* of six egga with the tpplcs Hnd season witb nutmog or cinnamon, .tir in one quart ol sweet milk, mid lastly 'be bcutcn whitcB o: eix eggs. Fill your ;rust» and bukc mtlioit cover is a moderate

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLUM PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

nun pie. Line a ric pin nith rich parto. hrec hcHpinK t.-ilicspoonfulfi of hour, tie nove tbe mliI' from ripe plums, put in one tint of plum* for uno pio, and sprinklo two ablcspooufulii ufhugar over them. Put in ine table^poi^nf ul ui rater, cover with the top rust and bake.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORDER IN TEE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

ORDER IN TEE HOUSEHOLD. ' It has air-ays amoved roc very much,' *aid a ccita'.n ncal hjiusKCcpcr, 'to !-ec shot's lying about the a-orj of bedrooms and Joseta,' Shoc-bagAurt! a {jrest convenience and every dosct shot£d be provided with ouc 3r two of tbotjc haniv ruct-ptnclea, A vcrv pretty aud Knicrailtlc sboo-bag m made of rich-colored India twill, uhicb is evven ontu a flat, plain background, very full. Hem each *ide at the top, and uader a tapr on tho iiuidn fasten drawing strinta, the nnds of which ?Iratv through rwo cttk't-bolca in tho centre 'f the pocket at tho litm. Thus eacb pair of Jioes may be tied into its own pocket away from the dust. A shoe cabinet is appreciated by flc&y *-omcn, who arc allray» thankful to avoid -tuftpioir. A very uriirinal and oonveui^nt nliinct' i- made in the following artistic Selwt a nonvenientniche in tho wall, then «w off a portion of sn ordinary pine box, caving it about ton ikehes in depth. Line he bux with heavj, colored muslin uud ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY- THE PANTHER'S HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

BHOHT 8TOEY M PANTHER'S BEAD. Captain Qny Chetwnd bad returned to England from a campaign in Egypt, where, through exposure, he had oontrsored a malarM fern, ana th« fogs aad damps of his nallro Uod not agreeing with blm, ho wu otdend by his physician to Wait the Riviera, which he did alternation-' between Nice and Monte Carlo. ilt wu at the former pltee be tint m Dslsj Temple, one ot tin belli* ol an Ameri can Colony, which is a fixtore there during the winter months. It was Christmas D» when Guy first set eyes on her u he alighted from a yaoht, raggeating the idea of a nereid, her slender, willowy figure set oil by a ravishing tailor-made navy bine ooetnme, and her golden brown hair surmounted by one of the eauoy yaohtin;? hats that 'Iioaiio tarnt ont so successfully. She certainly looked a charming pioture aa she descended the gang plank, and Gay then and there waa greatly impressed with her grace and charm of manner. He met her afterward! in Society, and aha bad for liim a delic...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

Bbeen. Best crossbred wethers made to 18/, good to Z5S&3, -others from 14a. ' - '-? Best crossbred ewes from 17/, extra to 18/2 ; good to 15/6 to 16/6, weaners from 14s, others lower. Best merino wethers to i7/6,extra to 20/, good 16/6 to 17/, medium from 15/6, light from 14/6, others lower. Best merino ewes from 14/, extra to l6s7d;goodis/6toi3/6, medium from 11/, others lower. Best lambs made to 14/5, medium from 13/, light from 11/, others lower. Among the sales were: A. B. Triggs, Yass, 82 ewes 12s 4d, 174 do. 1055-1 to Ios6d, 62 crossbred ewes 14s od. S. Mackay, Cooma, 64 wethers 13s 6d, 35 do. IIS, 25 crossbred wethers 15s 8d, 16 crossbreds 13s ltd, 45 ewes 9s 6d, 21 hog gets us 83. A. Brassey. Queanbevan, 31 crossbreds 14s 2d, 124 ewes us toils id.so crossbred ewes los sd, 13 wethers 14s 4d, 9 lambs at 12s 4d, 5 do. ios id. ? ' D. and W. Sellar, Cooma, 6 wethers 1353d, 181 ewes ios id to Ios4d, I3do.8s. D. and j. Leahy, 161 wethers 15s 4d to 15s od, 40 do. 14s 3d to 1...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Fruit Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

Syannr rrult Xuketa. Values in the fruit markets showed very little alteration, and the dull tone preva lent for the last few weeks- was undis turbed. Quotations were as follow :— Apples.— Trivett's, choice 5s to 6; medium 4s to 5s, small 2s to2s6d ; choice cooking 4s to 5s, medium a» 6d to 3, jam lots from is 6d to «s ; Jonathans, choice 6s to 6s 64 ; Codlins 3s 6d to 4s 6d per gin case. ?, Pineapplei — Common, choice 3s 6d to 5s ; Queen, 3s 6d to 5s per case. Bananas.— Fiji : Nominal. Queensland: 5s6dto~6s6d per case, 1 6d to 3s per bunch. Lemons.— Local : Choice, 6s to 7s ; me dium 4s to5s; aough, 3s per gin-case. Oranges.— American Washington Navel 15s per dbubletcase, Ss rer half^case ; Jaffa Seedlings, 15B per double-case, 8s per half case ; Mandarins, 10s per box containing* 250. Grapes,— White, ss to 4s ; muscatel, 6s; Black Prince, choice 6s, medium js to 4s ; Black Hamburg, 3s to 4s per half case. Peaches.— Choice, 5s to 6b per gincase medium, 3s 6d to 46-; small, as- to a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAPING CURTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

DRAPING CURTAINS. The question of hew to drape curtains is an important one. Ono uni?t said : ' Every thing should haug straight at tl.i' tlivi.' Auotbrr favored festoons and cndti, oi, in technical parlanw, 'bwavsond tails,' Lad a third favored *dmnad lamforaulns.' Hotv. over tbe artistic eye may design a particular drapery, there is one gtvtt important fact, too slightic(rly trotted by many housekeepers. That is, perfeotiou in hanging. A draper is just as esact in mcuuring and placing cur tains as the carpenter is in hanging the door. A little out of plunb mwna any amount of trouble. An roie\ou folding, means crooked, unsightly hanging to the drapery and sagging or ? skew ' to tin1 rcry brat part of the room'bdrcortttioi. For arc not windovre ' open pictures r' A-e Ibcy not tho eyes of a room, and tliercforcin need uf careful treat ment? The poorest stun' requires quite us much,* if not moie, care uan of better quality. ,

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEKEEPER. THE RIGHT SORT OF OVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

HO U S K K K El? ER THE RIGHT SORT OF OVEN. By using tie followiog teats one mav bo reanmsbiy cum of 1,'etlior tbe proper heat for the varione kin,!- of baking : For MprtrvecF.k' audpouml cuke have heat that \rill, in rive minutes, turn a piece of white paper jdlow. For all other kinds of cut cake, use an oven that will, in five minuter, turn a piece of white paper aw* yollow. For bread and pastry, have an orcn that will, in five minute, turn a pioce of white paper dark brown When the oven is too lot at first, a crust forms on the bread or cake, which pro vents 4ts rising. It in better when baking bread and cake, to have ilie ovun a little elow at first, and iucrcaao the heat gradu ally. Whan baking puff paste, tbe heat should be greatest first uud decrease later. This is to keep the paste in ebapc. When the oven is too hut tic temperature may be reduced by putting in it a pan of cold water. When tho basing in an oven is too hot at tbe top, fill with' cold ruler a dripping pun which...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WRONG CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

A WEONO CONCLUSION. Then was a regular hail ol rloe aad old ?uoos for .good fuoc as John Botheol got into the oab. and on turning, round, he was ?»»*?'» «» «m bj» Wmuly boot with father a bean heel. *».jae4ao imowdtaUy drove «my, no nolioo was takou ot tie aooident, and, dejpito.ttiB large bandkenhief tied by bli sobbing bride over Us iojared optio. toe uoodstiUfljwedeowa John's fsie. Woei wentto old Ot. Satoheofto g* Su *':«ilng stopped. . ?floirdiJyouoomsbytllomyininf' f'WeU, you «s, *»hw-awlt»ot«ar. tied to-day, and— commenoa-t John, When tie doctor brokein: ™'' 1?^-

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MEAN REVENGE. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

A MEAN REVEHGE, i. A fslr ariri and a tall, handsome mm, the latter dresssd in the beigbt of fashion, wsrs slowly pacing the lawn in the front of a prettyf ubnrbsn villa, In earnest conversation. The young man was flashed and exoltod, while the girl's eyes were oast down, ber cheeks wen pale, and ber I aoe wore an ex pression of pain. ? no, no, sne was saying, ' ic cannot ?». I like you very well; but it is not in mr power to love yoa. I respect yoa as a friend, and nothing more.' ?Why, wbyF' be demanded, eagerly. 1 Am I so distasteful to you, that no devotion, no pains, no time can inspire yon with the same strong paislon which yon have excited is my breast P The girl shook her head. ?I'm sorry, Mr Haynard,' she said, kindly, ' bnt I do not love yoa— at any rate, not as » wife ought to love her Loibsad.' - But wbyP' he stoke in, excitedly. ' Because my love is given to another,' she answered, oalmly. A dark scowl overspread Haynard's face aa he asked : ? Who is the fortunate Indivi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

Wool. At Monday's London-colonial woo! sales the market was brisk, for all but earthy and faulty merinos, which were negleitei.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARKETS. Sydney Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 17 March 1905

THE MARKETS. ?din rrodaM MittllL The following quotations refer only to the wholesale trade : Wheat-Quiet, J/3# to 3/4K. Chick wheat: Prime, a/n to 3/ per bushel. Flour.— City roller, /U/j/ to /'8/10/ ; country makes, £B per ton. Mani toba : Best imported,/ 13/10/ to /13/15,'. Pollard In per bushel. Bran.— &X per bushel. Oats.— Tasmanian : White feed, choice 2/ to 2/4. Melbourne : Algerian, 2/ per bushel. Peas.— Blue, prime 4/3 ; medium quality 4/7 ; grey- 3/2 to 3/4 per bushel. Barley.— Cape, 2/7 to 2/10; English, 2/4 to a/5 per bushel. Lucerne.— Hunter River: Choice dry green, 1,3/ 10 to ^3 15s, old summer hay £3; inferior £2. At Redfern /3/10 to £4l per ton. Oaten Hay.— Melbourne : Hydraulic pressed, £ilisl per ton.; wheaten, ^?3/15. Adelaide, ^3 10s to £$ 15s. Local L3/6/8. Cheese.— Prime loaf, /6J4 ; soft new ISH ; inferior 14% ; prime large, /6, inferior, from /s ; Kameruka Cheddar, /7 per lb. Straw.— Derrick-pressed : Tasmanian, £2 per ton. Potatoes. — Tasmanian : Cir...

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