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Wonderful Work LOTS LIKEIT BEING DONE RIGHT HER. IN QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
Wonderful Work LOTS LIKEIT BEING DONE RIGH1TT hER. IN QIJEANBEYAN. Queanbeyan people are surprised at the work being done by " The Little Conqueror." Publio. expression on the subject brings the matter frtqubntly before the people. At first there were many donbters ; and why not ? So many claims of a similar nature have been made with little or no backing excepting the word of, some strangei residing in a far sway place; this evidence was accepted for lack of better. - Not necessary to accept it any longer. All sufferers Zrom any kidney ill can find plenty of local en doraement for a remedy that will cure them. Surely the wonderful work of Doen's Backach Kidney Pills right here at home is proof aufllo i·nt to satisfy any sceptic. React the. expres. sion of one citizen on the subject. Mrs Savage, Wanniassa St., Queanbeyan, says :-" Dean's Backache Kidney Pills did me a great deal of good for a pain under the liearl. It was a nasty burning sensation which used to attack me quite sudde...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XIX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
Tie ihll'steller. oT1e e oie otl tl $'uqle$$ ide. OFI .PTEl XIX.--Cox?T?tuE. Don't he "fraid,' said lnbert. ' This is my sono, n, I put him in your care It is to nm ou i 'e o nlswcrable; and no onl-'s whim nai noi one's prite shall standt in the way now of her inaking whetrver gifrT 1 choose to make her. As for tl.is boy, not one penny is to b, spent onhim--onl hI care, his set vie, hiii Smnnittenance-except what comes from me. 'Thlre are aexCenses to be met ; you will meet them niall-with the money I shall give yon.' Heo took out a pocket book, aid gave her aill the mrney lie had about him --a itn. potund note and thr ee or four noverigns. Then, de tachg'ing from his watch-ohain a little on graved seal with his crest upon it, monn:ed in gold, he fastened it iounid the baby's waist by 0110 of the knots of ribbon which tied up its t;iny sleeves "VWhen she sees it,' whispered he, ' yon will tell her it is my first gift to my son,' lie Lissed tlechild lightly on the'forehead, gat' hiiu...
THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
THE FEDIRAL CAPIHAL. Tir Capital Sites Bill which has been intro duced in the Senate provides that the seat of Government of the Commonwealth shall be within 25 miles of----, in the State of New South Wales. The territory is to, be the area contained by a square whose side is 30 miles in length. The compensation to be paid by the Commonwealth for any land to be acquired within the seat of Government or the surrounding territory is not to exceed .the value of the land on January -1, 1903. It is provided that in other respeots the Provisions of Property for Public Purposes Acquisition Act, 1901, shall apply to the acquisition of such land.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
A PREFERENTIAL MATTER. _"2 , .#r Fills the (Customs) Bill r 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" MIXTURE1 DARK or BRIGHT. is preferred to all others. 1e MASCOTTE TOBACCO. Rewards in connection with this Tobacc havebeen dssoontinued from let March MASCOTTE TOBACCO Has now become firmly established as a favourite with the smoking public. BOOMIERANG BIANIDY. "The Resident Medical Officer of a large Colonial Hospital writes :--Our patients have Greatly Benefited by the use of: Joshua's Boomerang Brandy. It is a very Nourishing [and Beneficial Stimulant." WVELCOM1E NUGGE·f TOBA-CC THE ,, BEST AMERICA PRODUCES Obtainable in Plugs, and Out in 2.oz. and 4.osz Tins,.
WHAT IS DEMOCRACY ? [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
WHAT 18 DEMOCRAOY P DuaINo his speech in the Federal House on Friday Mr Reid said - "I do. not go to public spirited.men-and. say to them- that before they can'become part of this machine, before they have an Atom of foroe in work. ing out this po!icy they must subscribe to every line of our' programme and sign it. That is the radio-I difference between a free party and a bonded party. That is the radicoal difference between the spirit of democracy and the spirit of exclusion. The Labour party talks about the democracy as if they had a monopoly of it for the next years... I say that such a spirit tends to establish the principle of aristocracy among labour advocates. (Cheers ) 'The aristo. oraoy can always be trusted to work together. There was no need in mediseval timed for aristocrats to be under any contract, becense they were bound :together by class. To-day we hope to have come\to a brighter state of things' under a Constitution of which the theory is that every man and woman i...
Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1904. The State Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
WITH WHIOH ARE INOOPORPATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Cantain's Flat lMiner. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1904. The State Elections. ON June the first, the people of Victoria will be called upon to form the political destinies of that state for another three years to come; whilst a few weeks later the same function must be performed by the community of New South Wales. On the decision ol aday de. pends the personnel of an institution which will exercise unfettered cdntrol for the ensu ing three years. The striking difference between State politioi in Vi toria and. those in New South Wales consists in the .g adual elimination of the old Opposition in the former state and the tenacity with which the pernicious triangular division of the House into three sections, still continues to retard all 'honest. endeavours which are made' here towards establishing sound administration. It is a natural ultimate consequence of fed eration', and of the removal of- the ;fiscal question from ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
CAUTION. A NYONE found SHOOTING, SNAR. ING OR TRAPPING on the Spring Bank Estate without permission after this date will be prosecuted. WILLIAM SULLIVAN. May 23rd, 1904. RETURN THANKS. BEG to tender my very SINCERE THANKS to Dr. 3lackall, Dr. Rich ardson, Dr. Flynn, Dn -Macarthur, and the Matron and Nurse of the Queanbeyan Dis trict Hospital, for' their unceasing 'kind attention paid towards me whlilst a patient in that Institution during the past eight weeks. . M. CAMBY..o TO', LET. I ?L(' ACRES of Bnnual lease, so-. 148OL curely fenced, residence, 'wool shed, sheepyard.e, and everything complete; horse 'paddock of 35 acres; not stocked for two years. Grass it' any quantity. Situated near Foxlowe. Apply to ALEXANDER BRADLEY, Carivools, or at.the Age Office. Thursday,' 26th Insitant, at 2 pih. AT THE SALEYARDS.'" 80 MERINO WETHERS 4 and 6 TOOTH 30'XBRED EWES 4, 6 and 8 TOOTH, in lamb to Lanyon Ra??i' A. W. MORIARTY..& Co. ILL bell by Public Auction as above. Furniture and Ef...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
Epitcme of News. Mr. Pat. Osborne of Currandooley has named a yearling by Orzil from Dutch Oven. Deutscher, and a yearling by the same s'r from Infants has been christened Douro. A, ter~ific cyclone has oocurred at Darn, New Guinea, all the settlement buildings being levelled. Simultaneously the worst storm for 35 years occurred in Torres Straits, the sea being described as a boiling cauldron. The Postmaster-General yesterday gave a sympathetic reply to a deputation complain ing of the long hours worked by certain persons employed under mail contracts. I . stances were cited where men worked from 70 to 90 hours a week. "I will do nothing in the world," declares Mr. Reid, "to prevent Mr. Da?kin being Prime Minister." " There is no labor party that has the right to take the name of the democracy. The term democracy represents the grandest principle in the equality of mankind."-Mr. Reid. Andrew Shanks, 47 years of age head accountaotgof the English, Scottish and Aus tralian, bank, was ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
MARRIAGE. SMITH-PINNIGE :-At Burnley House, Richmond, Melbourne, on the 18th instant, by the Rev. W. D. Fairbairn, M.A, the Rev. W.Michael-Smith, M.A, to Sarah Catherine, daughter of the late Thomas Large Pinniger, of Beokhamp- ton, Wilts, England.
THE NEW LAND ACT [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
THE NEW LAND ACT A TELE?GAM from Oowra states that some sensation was caused in that town during r the week by a well-known farmer walking through the principal street arrayed in a i ragged suit, and carrying a swag. On his n breast was a card on which was printed " Returning Immigrant and Farmer." He also distributed slips of paper on which were printed some verses referring to the recent land board proceeding under the new Acts, in which the winners of homestead area blocks at the ballot were deprived of the areas, which were allolted to adjacent c.p. selectors who had not a" living area." This farmer had secured a homestead area at p the ballot, from 40 other applicants, and was camped there waiting until the land was confirmed to him by the land board. That body, however, disallowed his application on the ground that an adjacent selector had a prior claim to it under c.p. conditions. The hardhhips sustained by homestead selectors under the new clauses of the Land Act are adverse...
WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
WAR NvEWS. On the afternoon of the 15th insant, during a dense fog, the battleship Kasuga rammed the cruiser Yoshino, off Port Arthur, sinking her in a few minutes. Only 90 of those on hoard were saved. On the same morning the battleship Hatsase, while cruising off Port Arthur, covering the landing of troops, struck a mine, 10 knots south-east of the harbor entrance. While signalling for help the Hatsense struck a second mine. She sank in half an hour. The torpedo-boats were quickly on the scene, and saved 300 members of the Rateuse's crew. It is estimated that the loss of life totalled 651. Among those drowned by the sinking of the Hatsnse were threecommanders, five second lieutenants, five midshipmen, and eight boatswains. Private Japanese advices from Ohifu state that besides the losses cabled two Japanese men-of-war were d maged at Dalny on Sun day. The Russians insist that, in addition to the battleship ,-Iatsnse and the cruiser Yoshino, another warship was disabled at Port Art...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 24 May 1904
SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quarter. ,, (Country) 2s 6d ,, ,, Subscriptions may commence or discontinne at any time. -o p- THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, Established 1860. P0 Si irley's Man1uires 1P O"EL TMT'E'E'll . 3.r MIade in New South Wales-Not Imported. Super phsphate 36 to 38 per cent. £4 5s. PER TON. c Departmesnt of Agriculture bold our Warranty of Analysis. ORDER' EARLY FOR LATER DELIVERY. Advance Orders need not be accompanied by Onasb. Direct Correspondence Requested. Fullest Information S upplied. GEO, SHIRLEY & CO., Manure Merchants, 81 Pillt Street, SYDNEY, TSusap Stree., Rydney, hs one o0 the 1ut dhtributing S pint heS of New South Wales for AiL S KINDS O1 FARM PRODPCE, Butter, Eggs, Pigs, Poultry, 1aize, Potatoes, etc. Besides the quantity ansumed by the great population in and near Sydney, there is a great deal of New South Wales S pxduce marketed to other States and Countries. A ooD A REPRESENTATIVE WILL MAKE THIS A VALUABLE MARKET TO YOU. We, are i...
LIMESTONE DEPOSIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 27 May 1904
LIMESTONE DEPOSIT. -s have learned from good authority (says the Pueng Post) that an excellent limestone deposit has been discovered near Nount Fairy between Bnngendore and Tarago, and that Messrs Doyle Bros., are at present experi menting and testing at that place. A kiln has been erected and samples of the lime stone have been forwarded to Sydney with a view to open up an industry. It has also been stated that the rfsideuts of that locality are agitating for a daily mail service with Tarago, which they consider would be a great boon to settlers in the district between Bungendore and Tarago.
METHODIST— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 27 May 1904
METHODIST ens-nlrpyn--U am. and 7.30 p.m. •ttle Pajrk--11 a.,n., Foreign Mission 7 p.m. M'r. C. W. Southwe'L Woodflell-8 p.m. Mission Band. Weetang*rra-3 p.m. Foreign Mi-eion Majura-3 p um. Mr C. Southwell REV. W. STEWAR f, Minister
THE NEW SCHOOL SYLLABUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 27 May 1904
THE NEW SCHOOL SYLLABUS. : AT a meeting of those interestei in the new syllabus, recently introduced in the public schools, held iu the school-room last Monday night, it was decided to hold a School Fair on the 22nd and 23rd of June, with a view of raising funds to purchase materials re quireil for the adoption of the syllabus. The following oBfio-bearers were appointed: -President, Mr. Ling; treasurer, Mrs. Ling; joint secretaries, Misses Watonn and J. Wright. The following named ladies and gentlemen have consented to act as stall. holders * -Mrs. Ling assisted by Misses Una Russell, E. Dudley, and M. Downey (re freshments); Miss Horto,,, assisted by the Misses E. Blioksell, E. Harrison, and Enid Meech (sweets); Miss Bingley, assisted by Misses M. Young, and M. Liddle (children's stall) ; Misses Watson and Wright, assisted by Miss Nina Land (adults' stall) ; Masters Fred Jeff reys, and Bert Brownsmith (fish pond) ; Misses A. Olemeshi, anyd O. Lazarne (post office); Masters T. Land,...
CHAPTER XX [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 27 May 1904
CHAPTER XX Perhaps it was not out of oourteoy only that Mr. Johnson insisted on accompanying Lucetta back to the gates of Hayle Sands She was in a very subdued mood now ; but it was possible that this phase might disap pear quickly, and that as soon as his back was turned she might change her mind once more and persist in the walk to Hoo, the object of which was, he suspected, to vent her malice upon Ella. So he walked by her, and talked about THE FIREFLY and the cruise he proposed to make in the summer, until they approached the nearest gate. And just as they rounded the last clump of trees before reaching the garden they came face to face wish Barbara. Barbara started, with a exclamation. 'Oh, madame,' she cried, ' I was going to look for yon ! I couldn't understand you're going out so early. Good morning, Mr. Johnson I' He raised has hat with a little air of diffidence, and was holding out his hand as Barbara extended hers, with her eyes cast down; while Lucette, muttering a few ...
ALLEGED THEFT OF LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 27 May 1904
.ALLEGED THEFT OF LETTERS. AT the Young police court last week, a lad ?employed at the post offioe as a messenger was committed for trial on charges bof steal ing and opening letters. the property of the Postmaster-General. The accused admitted the offencees. Two of the. letteis were; addressed to London and two to Sydney. The' conviction was secured in a' ourious way, :, young lady, after-posting a letter containing a postal note, thought she had forgotten to affli a postage stamp, and when she returued after a few minutes to rep ir the supposed omishionu the' letter could not be fourid. Inquiries were instituted, which led to three letters, crumpled up, being fuund in eo outhouse, and the fourth was prounced by a boy from under the postal bag.