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THE KITCHEN. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

TlIE KITCHES. I. An inexpensive yet savoury di-li of fritters may be mado from n pouiid of sausage-incat: — Tnko a pound of sausage meat, or sauBages freed fr.im the skin will answer equally as well. Hnll tho meat into uine or ten balls, and flatten them out. Dip tAom into a Blitt batter; and fry them in boil ing fat until they attain a pale but bright golden shade of brown. Send them to table arranged daintily round a pile of mashed potatoes, and a bor der of crisp, fried parsley. II. Stuffed haddock raaken an appetis ing and . economical dwb : — Orate or crumble a teacupful of breadcrumbs, add a tablespoon ful of chopped parsley, one Spanish onion, partially boiled, then fluely mince a dessertspoonful of dried sage, and plentiful seasoning of pepper and salt Moisten ^he rau ti're with an egg and two tablespoon fuls of milk, and insert 'the stuffing into a well-cleansed haddock. Stitch up the opening so as to prevent the stuffing from falling out. Lay the tUh in a baking tin in whi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Word Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Word Ooapetltior. The word competition in connec tion with Messrs. P. C. Hill and Son's recent sale was decided by Mr Line in the early part of this week. the results reaching us on Tuesday morning. The winner of the boy's watch was Master C. Downey, who managed to construct 1010 correct words out of the sentence ' Hill's Genuine Sale. ' Miss M. Hbolahan won the girl's watch with 867 words.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANY. QUERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

lflBCSfeAIT. : -query. * Are Methodista like tho Conies?' This sentence did not, aB you might suppose, wirijtho prize offered by on editor for tfilTmost foolish query that could be Invented. It is merely a question taat.hos been seriously agi tating the Methodist press. The con nection, of course, lies in the fact that Solomon once snid, ' The conies ant but a feeble folk,' and it has been suggested that the Methodists of to Jay are feeble folk, inasmuch that hey are unable to grasp large states manlike proposals and are afraid of their own shadows.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Foxes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Foxes. On Monday night lr^, a luge fox was caught by Master C. Dow ney in a strong rabbit trap, at a dis tance of about 100 yards from bis father's risidence. The lad, who is a somewhat expert trapper, had jl .ced his trap in an imitation' bur row en a rabbit track;' and when Reynard pjtjiis paw down to feel for the xi&yit that, wasn't there, he fourf3 *£ims df a prisoner. He had -45een prowling about Mr. Downey's homestead for a fortnight ; and piovid to b: a very large specimen. From lip to tip he measured 3ft. 71 1., end stood iff. 6in. high, and weiehed i?lb. after being- in the trap all light. Another fox was also caught in a rabbit trap by Mr. E. H. Johnstone on the western side of Jerrabomberra. Evidently Quean beyan is to be treated to its share of the fox psst. On Saturday last, a fox was shot by Mr. R. Thompson at Barrack Flat.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

^ Tit memoria.il, 1MRRIS.— In sad but loving memory of my dear husband, Richard James Ha rris, who departed this life March 23. 1904 Vet again I hope to meet thes When the day of life is fled, And in heaven with joy to greet tliee Where no farewell tears are shed. Inserted by his loving wife, Margaret 1IMIKL5. HARRIS.— In sad but loving memory of oar dear lather, Richard james Harris, who departed this life March 23, 1904. We loved him, yes, no tongue can tell How deeply, how dearly, and how well; Christ loved him too, and deemed it best To take him home with Him to rest. Inserted by his lovingsons and daughter, William, Richard, Johx, Margaret, a-jd Minnie Harris, and Mary Whit more.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

SptoUl AdT»rtU»m«nt«. ? NUBSE SMYTH, X. -A. 3D I E S' ITT7ESE, KAS Comfortable Accommodation for Ladies and is prepared to attend Ladies in their ( nun homes in Town or Country. KELVINSIDE Boarding : Establishment. (r.atc Kosc, Shamrock, and Thistle Hold) MONAXO STREKT. QUKANBKVAX, Near the Bridge. Cj.'-Wlte Chl-ges. Relreshmsnts at all Hours. I'.very Convenience tor Country Visitors. . . -^- Good Sliblhg Accommoda ion. -^ aSB.J. wnra^iz, ProprletreM.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Passing notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Passing Dotes. By 'OTfS.' Judge Backhouse recently sat heavily, on a solicitor who was bullying a witness — and it's just about time that magis trates and judges did wake up to this eyil. In every court (including even the Arbitration Court) thelegal bull}' flourishes like a green bay tree ; and it seenis to be generally under ? stood that within the halls of Justice it is quite the proper thing for lawyers and barristers to adopt all the cowardly and coarse methods of the push fra ternity. a !-. u Frederic Harrison, the well known philosopher, tells the Britishers ; ' We are in the backwash of a most wanton, costly, inglorious war, in which we have made ourselves ? a ; laughing-stock and an oppro brium to the civilised,' world, disorganised our finances, our trade, and our political institu tions. And for what ? Twenty thousand British lives, two hundred and twenty millions of sterling money sunk in turn ing a fine land into a howling wilderness, in making a chaos in South Africa, ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Queanbeyan Leader [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

CD* Qucanbcyan Header Who is it speaks of defeat? I tell you a cause like ours Is greater than defeat can know ; It is the power of powers ! As surely as the earth rolls round, As surely as the golden sun llrings the' great sea-wave Must our cause be won. —Francis Adams.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DESCRIPTIVE. WORSHIP OF THE DEVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

DSSGBimVS. WORSHIP OF THE DEVIL. Seldom,' if ever, i.5 the term devil worahippcr used literally. Truo, frc queutiy enough, one ot the innumer able sects into which in Enclaud Chrietmnity is divided applies- the e.xpresuioD in question to a rival com munity, but all that is meant by the denunciation in question is, that tho persons denounced are in tho wrong ; no one dreams of an actual worship of the Evil One. Yet such a thing exists, as the case now proceoding in Franco shows. The actual adoration aud worship of Satan continues at tho present day in the form of a regularly organised re ligion, having, liko other faiths, iU priests, rites, rules, and services ; in deed, of recent years it in said to have made considerable progress (if such a word can be applied to what must necessarily bo the regalion of all advancement.) Nearly everywhere in the world we meet with two principles: positive and negative, male and female, light and darkness — in everything two poles. This being so, em...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE SIGN OF THE CROSS." [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

?' THE SIGN OF THE CROSS.' The story of 'The Sign of the CrosB ' now running in English and American play-houses, by Mr. Wilson Barrett, is eimnlicitv itself. There is no sub-plot, no intricate movement of any kind, bnt a simple direct human story, nn episode from Roman life in a.d. 07, which is typical of London life in this present year of grac). ' It is not preaching, yet it is essentially a sermon. It is a tragedy with a distinctly optimistic note. Marcus Suparbus is Prefect of Boms under the Emperor Veto when the play opens. Marcus _Superbue— whose horses are shod with gold, whose entertainments to theemperor astounded by their opu lence eron those who livedia a period of luxury unseen before, unheard of since— this is the* mtu' who is pre sently to fall under the spell of Chris tianity, whose donbta are to be started in the beginning of the play, and whose simple iaith is to be its finality. The cjirlain rises on a street in Home, where two spies are heard dismissing the' prof...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OARSMAN'S "INDICATOR." [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

AN OARSMAN'S ' INDICATOPv.' A new terror has been added to the life of the ? wet-bob' by an inven tion which has recently emanated from a young undergraduate at Ox ford. Mr. Atkinson, of St John's, has constructed an indicator which, on being attached to the rowlock of a rowing boat, faithfully records the amount of work accomplished by the oar. The indicator describes an arc on the face upon which it works, and the ojrea between the curvod line au a the base represents tho total amount of work done by each stroke of tho oar. The amount so recorded is cal culated in what aro called foot pounds, the overage pressure being about 180 fool-jjounds per stroke, so that it may bo at once ascertained whit amount of walk any member of a crew is cithor capable of doinq or is actually accomplishing at any given mo'iicnt. But this tcrriblo inquisition does not stop a'- -econliug a mere bald statement of the amount uf work per formed. So faithfullly and accur ately does it toll its tale that it ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Wool. Delow Is a Hsl of prises current in Sydney mar ket, subject to niarliet fluctuations :— Creasy. V'.eece.— Hxtra superior to I7K-1 ; surerior. 11 ud loUd ; Hood, free Irani burr, 10}id to UKd ; in ferior. 6$ to 8»d. rieces— Superior, 9V.A lo ]2d ; medium, 'ud 10 9J; inlerlor,i!-dto7d. neilles— Superior, Jd to lid ; nicdium to good, Sy,& to 7d ; iuferior.f -/d to 6d. I,Hmus.— Superior, Sd to 12»£d; niediutn lo good SVjdtoSd; interior, 3)id lo 6WJ. IxJdfl.— Superior. Slirl lo 6J : jnediuai lo gooj, 2X& to 3i/d ; Inferior, \jid to 3d. Crosgbreds.-Siiperior. lid to WA-\ ; medium to good, Sd to lOd ; inferior. 6d to Sd. Dead.— Good. 4&d to 5%d ; averogv, 3d to 4d. Seourtftls. Fleeee.-Superior. 19!«d to HJfd; medium to eood. H-{d to 19«d ; Inferior, I Jd to K«d. . rkcei-Kuperior, 17 12d to »l--d i iedium »o good, IMA lo I7-1 ; faulty, J2d to IJd. ?' JlrlliM -Superior, 16d to lK«di medium to good, 1Z-£& lo !5!,'d : inferior, lOd to 13d. TxickH.— superio...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sheepskins. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Sheepskins. The market continues firm and un changedk llexino.— Three-quarter to full woolled: Light, 7d to 7#d ; medium, -6)f to 6 JCd ; ' heavy, $% -* to *--{&. Half-jroolJed.-iirft,.' 6#d to 6#d ; medium, 6J to 9% ; heavy- ; S '4d to 5^d. Short-woolled : L,igHt. &l to 6-td ; medium, $%d to s%a ; heavv, fXito5-4d. Crossbred.— Three-quarter to fullwool sd : Fine, 6 Hi to 6J(d ; medium to coarse 5d to 6-$d. Shorts: Merino, 5^d to 6#d ; cross breds, 4jj!dtO5^d.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

W»i. Tlie general tone of the market was bet ter, and advances in values took place on most sorts as compared witli the previous week. Backfatters, which had got down very cheap, sold much belter at a substantial advance in values, and rises were most noticeable also in choice lines of baconers, 1 lolb. to I2olb., and also in porkers. Prime heavy backfatters made from 45s, extra to 50s, some higher. Prime beary baconers made from 37/6, extra to 40,1, prime light 36s, light 29s. Prime heavy porkers from 27s, extra 29s, good 22s, light from 17s 6d, others lower.

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 — 24 March 1905

THE MARKETS. Bydney Produce Karksts. ThS following quotations refer only to the wholesale trade : Wheat.— Quoted at 3/3 to 3/3^. Chick wheat : Prime, 2/1 1 to 3/ ; medium 2/9 to 2/10 ; inferior, 2/4 to 2/6 per bushel. Flour.— City roller, £8!sl ; country makes, £71 is to LS per Ion. Manitoba': , Bestimported,/'i3'io/tOj£'i3/i5/. , Pollard.— 1/ per bushel, firan. — /9 per bushel. 1 Oats.— Tasmania)! : White feed, choice 2/ to 2,4. Melbourne: Algerian 2\, choice seed 2/1 to 2,3 per bushel.* Peas.— Blue, prime 4/3; grey, 3/2 to 3/4 per bushel. Barley.— Cape, 2/7 to 2 10; English, 2/4 to 2/5 per bushel. . Lucerne.— Hunter River: Choice dry green, L3/10 to £3 '5si new L3 12s 6d ; old summer, hay £3 to £3 les ; inferior £3. At Redfeni £413/4 per ton. Oaten Kay.— Melbourne : Hydraulic pressed, £3li5l per ton, wheaten ^'3/15. Adelaide £3 los to £3 15s ; local L3/n,6. Cheese.-Prime loaf, I6'A ; soft new /S«; inferior /4tf; prime large, /6, inferior, from /s ; Kameruka Cheddar, /7 per lb. Str...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Hew Goods ! Men's Winter Clothing Macintoshes, Oilskins Boys & Youths' Suits Nt«e-t '.hapes in Felts Card ???! in Jackets Blankets Flannels Flannelettes ?» SUirt^Ogs Rugs Dress Materials Flannel Blousings Flannelette Blousings Fancy & Plain Silks Serges Voiles FOR THE AUTUMN SEASON NEW STYLES. Ladies' Costumes . o-tjst fet MuCffSpes oraasrani) i Skirts, Rainproofs Macintoshes Underskirts Winter Blouses P. C. HULL & SON, Queanbeyan. Millinery. Autumn Millinery j New Straws New Shapes Flowers & Trimmings Fur-lined Gloves New Season's Veilings .Oriffons, etc. Horse Rugs Cow Rugs Tarpaulins Tents and Flys Children's Woolwear. Wool Hoods Bonnets Polkas Beaver and Zibeline Jackets Bootees Pilchers

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Our ID9n$tcr parcel of ; ID RAPE BY Amounting to £875 6s 6d First Cost, Has just landed in Sydney ex Sailing vessel West Lothian, and will be I Opened Up by U$ in a ftw Days. I WOODGER BROTHERS I THE LATEST IMPROVED I .. €E€ctRo ? mvmm * mi 1 I ? ~~3 s is : I 'i ? p I A Certain and Positive Cure j KHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, WEAK BACK, - ? .. I i :?????£ I . 'AND - | | - ? ? I ;i * ? ? ? I £2=2 o will procure ficaltb $ Strength instead ol iUCiJknc$$. Local Agents : Woodg^er Bros., Qiioanbeyasa. j

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Cattle. The market which fluctuated a little, showed a slight impro ;cm ,-nt gena ally on late rates. , Best medium and light weight beef was worth 22s 6d. to 231 per loolbs, with heavier beef cheaper. Bast bullo :ks made from £-j 15s, extra t° /nt's, good from ^'8 15s, medium from £j 15s. 't Best cows from £7 los, good from £6 los, medium from £5 15, outers lower. Among the sales were : J. E. Mackellar, Tarago, 11 bullocks to /7/*5' L. Koche, Downing, 11 steers to ^7/14 average 6^19/5, 21 cows and heifers to £3 /8 average £5 is 5€l, 3 yearlings L2 14s D. and J. Leahy, 9 steers to £6 is average jf 5/15/4; 4 tojvs and heifers to Ls average L4 6s 6d. . A. J. and M. Jl'Donald, Queaiibeyan, 20 bullocks to L10, average L8 is 71!.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

Sheep. There were only a fen- odd crossbred wethers forward. Best crossbred ewes made up to 16/2, good 13/, others from 11/2. Best merino wethers from 16s to 16s 6d, extra to ros, good 15s to 15s 6d; medium from' 13,6, light from us, others lower. Merino ewes were scarce. Lest forward making to los Qd, others from 73. Best lambs made to 12/1, light from 9s 6d, others from 5s. Among the sales were : . \V. J. Wade, Yass, 243 wethers 12/7 to 12J11, 56 wethers ioj'8. W. Uarmody, Queanbeyan, 21 wethers I5'3, 55 wethers 13/2, 11 crossbred ewes i6;2, IS lambs 10/3. Southern Agents, Cooma, 394 wethers 11/7 to 12/1, 106 wethers io,'i. - W. A. Lang, Cooma, 40 wethers 16/ 1, 48 wethers 14/5, 8 wethers 12/8. A. M' Donald, Queanbeyan, 33 wethers 16s, 59 wethers 13s 3I.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905

COITAL j^^^ MAIL 1 Line of JBJmS&$&. Coaches. 1 To and from QUEANBEYATT AND TASF. I T EAVES QUEANBEYAN for VASS every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday M XJ Mornings, returninit following days. ? 'M The undersigned wishes to inform the Residents of Queanbeyan, Canberra, Ginin- 11 ierra, Half, Jier, Mumimlntcman, and Yass, that the above Line will be conducted ii on first-class lines. Every care and attention will be paid to all orders for the earn- M age of Passengers and Parcels. First-class Horses and Comfortable Coaches. ? 3 Charges Moderate. M J. J. MORAN, Mail Contractor. J Patronise Local Industry^ «**. By giving your Orders to the Local Manufacturer, who is prepared to build every class ofA'ehiclc at Bedrock Prices. Tip Drays, Waggons, or any other class of Wheels built to order. Second-hand Vehicles for sale Chuan. Call and inspect. BUUCXB8 A SPECIALITY. ITylet s&nuik by a Green »i«r Tyro Blurlnker. J3»~Hepairs at Reasonable Rates. Estimates Given. -4»iw-...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
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