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Women's Electoral Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
Women's Electoral lub. YESTERDAY afternoon, in the Protestant Hall Mr. John Gale, by special request, addressed about 30 ladies on a subject entitled " Wo man, her place and influence in politics." Mrs. F. Campbell (p esident of the Club) presidedanud briefly introduced the speaker. Mr. John Gale thanked the president and the individual members of the Club for the unexpected honor conferred upon .him, and stated that he was there to expound the grave responsibilities which the women of this State were now asked to share, He held that it was primarily essential to comprehend what the Orestor's intentions were as to the status woman was to ocoupy in the gover - ing of the world. In making this explan ation the speaker went back to the earliest ages, and by the aid of scriptural illustration made clear that woman though not intended to dominate over man, was to work by his sid;, and assist in governing the world and share the responsibilities of that government. He regretted thatit was...
A NEW GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
A NEW GRASS. Tan " Rhodes" grass, introduced from South Africa, appears to be giving great eatisfao tion to those who have given it a trial, in New South Wales. Mr. Sylvestor Brown, of Ninnembab, Singleton, has been experi menting with two varieties" of it,, named Ohloris Fisgata and Ohloris Barbyta. He considers they ard two of the finest feed grasses that have been introduced into th State. Paspalum does well in the Hunter River Valley, but Mr. 'Brown thinks more highly of the new grasses. Ohloris Visgate has alsobaeen tried at the Wagga experi mental Farm with m'rked'sunooess, and Mr. M'Keown speaks highly of its drought re sisting qualities. The late deoil Rhodes took a great interest in this grass, and went to much expenses in cultivating it because of its wonderful drought.re3istinugqualities. In the hope that it might be of some use to dry Australia, he sent a bag of the seed to Colonel Mackay. It has a habit similar to the couch grass, running and sending down shoots at each...
On The Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
On The Land. (By "C " in the S. 4. S. Journal.) TuEas is a lot of wail and sentiment expres seed through the papers of late years of the woes of people who have settled on the land. This sentiment is constantly being exprea sed in prose and verse, of the " ups and downs," especially the " downs," of these people. Not wishing to appear dogmatic and unsympathetic myself, I venture to say that this sort of thing is mistaken sentiment and often mere grovel. These wails, in effRct, describe the pluck of the man who settles on the land under severe laws, his constant toil under the great difficulties to make a living, and his battles with bad seasons, etc. Well, granted all these difficulties are his, there is no need to wail over it, for, after all, his difficulties are no worse than those which befall or beset the man who is in business in the town or city. The general rush that has been going on-and will continue to go en--for land, shows that there is something in it. The matter'of a ...
JUNENILE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
JUNENILE DANCE. FOLLOWING Monday night's Ball a' Juvenile Dance was held on Thesday_ night in the Protestant Hall. There were upwards of 50 children present who thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The music was supplied by the band and Mr. and Mrs. Snow (piano and violin). Mr. A. McPherson officiated as M.O. and was assisted by several adults in putting the children through the various dances. At ten o'clock supper was served to the little ones whose wants 'were atten tively looked after by Mesdames Dpnshea, Parker, Warren and Messrs. A. Lazaius, U. Land and .T. Dudley. After a few more dances had been indulged in after supper, the majority of the children dispersed, and the floor was occupied by the adults until about 1 p.m., when the company. broke-up. The financial result will not be made known until Tuesday night next, but a .handsome sum should be forthcoming as a result of the dual effort. [Jullocky Bill had a cold so bad That, though his language was very sad, His team stood placi...
A NOTORIOUS DINGO SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
A NOTORIOUSDINGO SRo 0. ONx Sunday night last the residents of Weejasper . were rejoiced to hear that a dingo, which had been caneing mnch havoc amongst the sheep at that place had been destroyed. For some considerable tim, the animal has-been waging war with the settlers' sheep, killing a great many. 'The dinp'o was verylwary, and a great many bnn. ter's were quite nonplussed as is need to avoid the traps which were set. But on Sunday night it fell foul of a spring gun which had been sot by Mr. Alf. Basber junr.; and was found dead on Monday. On examination the animal was found to be a full grown dingo bitch, beautifully marked, and a beautiful specimen of the native dog. It .is understood that the lucky catcher of the animal will be the richer by about £15 which was subscribed by. the residents of Oonradigbee in whose paddocks the dingo killed sheep. A couple of months ago the animal disappeared, and it was thought she had either loft the district or taken a poisondd bait, but she...
Garden and Field Calendar for June, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
Garden and Field aleonidar forI SJune, 1904. (B;, A, Lansdowne, Sueenm:en, Gordbulr ) Tus land is now in fair, moist condition for cropping, and should be well worked .up; if possible, to allow frost and air to sweeten and mellow. Deeply and well cultivate all soils, and add suitable manures. 8ow in drills and give plenty of room. The weather will be severe, though some wild and thundlery intervals are likely. Heavy frosts espeeially the latter part of the month ;' some rough winds rain and snow. Kr KrrfON GARDEN. -Sow main crop peas, broad beans, onions, cabbages, &. . Finish at once planting potato and. tree onions, &c. FrrEL.-hSow wheat, oats, Cape and skin less barley, Poverty Bay and perennial rye, cockefoot and prairie gross seed, tares or vetches, pens, cabbage, onions, rape, &o. ORocnAnn.-Get on with digging, draining trenching, &c. Commence pinning. Plant out young trees, taking care to got reliable sorts from reliable growers, and also prope...
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
CL03ER SET?[LEEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. PSR,-Referring to Mr. J. Southwell's letter te above eauhj ct I would refer him to my previousletter, wher in, Istate that Idid no intend to air my views on Closer Settlement as the advantages are obvius :o the intelle. gent public; and moreover, abler authorities that. myself have thra-hed this matter out, and all I have to sek Mr. J. S. is whether the town of Queanbeyan would not be better, and of more conmmercial and financial value if there were a thousand farmers in the vicinity instead of a hundred P I do not wish to enoroach on the spaoe of your paper, but I would ask Mr. John Southwell to further spare the feelings of your generous readers by not indulging in sentimental trash whioh you print as poetry. INoNsu.
The Surry Hills Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
The SurryHills Mturder. rHE adjournment of the inquest on the body of the infant found strangled in bed in a house in Devonshire Street, Surry Hills, last Friday morning, was resumed on Wednesday. The mother of the dead child was present in custody, and seemed little affected by the evidence, and throughout the proceedings eat with a sullen, disinter. ested expression on her face. Evidence was given by the landlady of the house in which the accused slept the night prior to the murder, and by the arresting constable. At the Central Police Station when arrested the accused made the following statement: ." On Thursday last, I left the Benevolent A.sylum and went into George Street, and got' in a Loiohbardt' tram; and went to New town-road; and went into the Un'versity Park, and then left the park and went down to the'Do ±'ain. I stayed there till about 6 o'clook in the evening, and then I came up illizabeth Street, looking for a room, and then I got this'room off a womanin Devon shire ...
CHAPTER XXII [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
OCHAPTER XXII The following morning, before she was up Barbara heard from Keotton that Sir Huber did not feel very well-that he thought he had caught cold, and that he hoped she would not mind breakfasting by herself. ' Hadn't he better see the Doctor P' asked Barbara, who tied already heard of his ar rival home on the previous evening in a thoroughly drenched condition. ' Well, lie says he won't, ma'am; but-I shouldn't be surprised, it he had to presently,' said Ketton gravely. ' He says he's got pains in the joints, and I shouldn't be sur prised after seeing the state his clothes were in last night, if it should turn out to be rheumatic fever.' 'Oh, Ketton I' As the day wore on it became increasingly evident that Sir Hubera's illness was not to be trifled with, and he at last assented to his sister's proposal that the Doctor who had attended him before should be sent for. The medical man at once pronouncedthe illness to be rheumatic fever, and suggested sending for a professional ...
GININDERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
GININDERRA (From Our Correspondent) A watt attended meeting was held by the supporters of Dr. Blaolall at the Orioketers' Arms Hotel, Hall, on Saturlay last. About 30 gentlemen being present. A. local com mittee was formed o~usisting of over 50 who are pledged to vote for the Dootor and work the distriot on his behalf. It was'resolved to ask the ladies to also form themselves into an organisation to bring the interest of their sex forward. After considerable disonssioni on various matters those present decided to ask the Dootor to again visit -lall at an early date as it was considered that owing to the wet weather on the oooasion of his last visit many were prevented from attending. Dur ing the meeting the Sydney Daily Press was severely dealt with and co:demned for its autocratio and conservative view on political matters, and it was resolved that those pre sent would do their utmost to support the new paper which is about to be published and it is understood will have more nlade....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror & Captain's Flat Miner. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904. A Third Candidate. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
WITH WnIoII AR?I INOORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendore Mirror. & Cautain's Flat Minor. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904. A Third Candidate. A DEFINITE announcement of the candidature of Mr. R. M. iggines, of Braidwood, for the Queanbeyan electorate is advertised in to.d y's issue.. Mr. Higgins is not a neophyte so far as campaigning is concerned, since he was a candidate for the Braidwood electorate last State elections. In that contest Mr. Higgins polled 483 votes, against l r. A.' E. Ohapman's 640; Mr. P. D O'Brien polled 223, Mr. F. P. Gordon 70, Mr. E. J. Henry 46, Mr. A Fraser 15, Mr. W. Horberry 3, Mr. B. E. O'Sullivan 2, and Mr. J. Kenny 1. Higgins ran in the interests' of the Opposit ion and in the. town of Braidwood (which now constitnes the principal portion of that electorate added to this) he polled a majority over Mr. Chapman (the. Government oandi date) of 15 votes--lie totals being: Ohap man 160, Higgins 181 Mr. Higgine isyet apparently true to the cause which he adv...
GUNDAROO [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
GUJNDAROO THE magpie match promoted by Mr. Wm. McEnroe was carried' through successfully on Saturday afternoon last. A large supply of "mags" were provided, and as the birds were good and flew well the shooters had ample opportunity to demonstrate their prowess. Mr. T. McDonald acted as referee: The different sweeps resulted as follows:---- First sweep, divided by Adam and Albert Lees with 5 kills ; second sweep, won right out by Albert Lees with 9 kills, third sweep, divided by Adam Lees and T. A. Lake with 6 kills. A football match was played on Saturday between teams representing Tallagandra and Murrumbateman, and after a close and exciting game the former scored a victory: by three points to nil. T. Ryan secured the try for the winners. The local tennis club have decided to play no more matches until the spring. The committee of the Library have ob- tained a further supply of new books for the institution.
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
CHURCH NOTICES. 1 ESUD AY, Jues 12. CnUhBc OF EN?--.D.--Queanbeyan II a.m and 7 p.m.; BDrra 3 p.m.--Rev. W. MI White, Minister. Canborra 11 a.m. ; Lanyon 3.30 p.m.-Reev P. G. Smith, Minister. IMETuoDIST.-Queanbeyan 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.-Mr. John Gale; Wattlo Park 11 a.m. Mr N. Southwell ; Wattle Park 7 p.m. Mr 8. Sonut well (Woodburn) ; Woodfield 3 p.m. Mr. G. Sonthwell; Majuta 3 p.m. Mr. S. Southlell (Woodburu).-R-ev. W. Stewart, Minister. ROMAN CATnOLc.--Queanteyan, Maes 8.30 a.m.; Tungrauoug 11 a.m.--Rov Father fHyland, Priest. PRESBaTERIAN -Qoeanbeyan Fellowship. Association 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m.; Canberra 3 p.m.--Rev. Win. Mlichael Smuith M. A., Minister-in-charge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
'NOTICE. -IiVE MERINO EWES have been left in .~1- my psddock at Half -Way Orerls, for :agistment,. and .if not released and pard for within FOURTEEN DAYS from this date will be submitted to Auction on the 18TH JUNE, in order to play agiatment fees and expenses. S .. : ROWLAN CROWLEY, :.: Half Way- Creek, 1/6/'04.: . Bungendore. Death to Rabbits1 )EARSON'S No. i ACME CART POL LARD DISTJIBUTOR .(made by Coboe and Walater of Junee) will be exhi. bited on MONDAY for a few hours at the ROYAL HOTEL. Also- PEARSON'S PATENT MIXER. Orders taken for all kinds of MACHIN ERY, and CASTINGS.' A. TAYLOR, Agent Tiurýdayc tii, Inst., a 2 p.m At the Saleyards, Hungerford's Hotel. FOUR FAT BULLOOKS (Heavy weights . and prime) 'A. W. MORIARTY & Co. H AVE received instructions from Messrs F. E. Smith and F. L. Smith, to sell by Public Auction as above. ,Also immediately after the above at HARRISON'S HOTEL, TWO SECOND-HAND POISON CARTS FIVE PIECES OREGAN 10 x 4, 12 ft. and 14ft. long THREE BAGS P...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
Municipal Council. TIa fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council was held last night. There were ] present : Aldermen Hoqgerford (Mayor), McPherson, Pike, CJIlett, Dixie, and Dr Blackall. Correspondence was read from Mr. Rich ard Moore, intimating his intention to con struct a galvanised iron building in Monaro 1 Street, and requesting permission from the 1 Council.-It was resolved that permission be granted, subject to the provisions of the by laws. The General Account showed a credit bal ance of £63 7s 81; Lighting account a credit of £77 5s 3d; and Rec. Reserve . Account a credit of £13 16s 5d. The following accounts were read and passed for payment : To General Account, £15 14s 5d; Lighting Account £10 19s 7d; itec. Reserve Account £1. The Mayor said that whilst in Sydney re. contly he made inquiries regarding the usual supply of blankets, and was informed by the authorities that it was not intended to forward these out this year in the usual way but if there were any needy p...
The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER XXI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
'rihe storyteller. '1lte Rou e on tle $uptle¢$ Side. ORAPTER XXI.-Co.rrTUsD. 'Betray-her-confidoneool You - you dare to tell me----' ' Doctor Nelson, i've put up with your arbitrary insoaleuea long enough I An d so hasElla I The birth of my son has made this difforence-that now there is a tie between her and meir that no ant of yoers can break. . I even knows it's not my fault that my boy cannotl bear my title after him I But he will be Hubert Hayle, and he will inherit every penny I can leave him.' ' What, what, what ? You would per. peuoteo the wrong? No-the child must take another name- an assumed one-and so must Ella I She must go away.' 'She shall be exiled no longer I' inter rupted Hubert firmly. 'She is blameless, stainless in the eyes of every one but her own father; and she shall not be hunted down, hounded to death, forced to live in a hole.aud corner fashion in some obscure corner of the earth I She shall live upon n y money; she shall live- she and her son-in a house pro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
SUBSCRIPTION. In Advance, (Town) 2s 2d per Quar'er. ,, (Country) 2s G6 ,, , Subscriptioun mar commence or discontinue at any time. - THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER, " Established 1860. (ESTABLISHED 1860.) -----****.*-- - THE Queanbeyan Age is one of the oldest and best-known advertising mediums in the Southern districts, and commands a largo and ever increasini circulation throughout Buogendure, Oanberra, Captain's Flat, Gininderra, Gouuddrto, Hosk;ngtown, Mioalago, Molovglo and Southern distriots generally. Published on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. TO ADYEYTI SRS : "Judi6ioug advettiingrl i$ the .Kjey tole of Sud6egg rtd by Rdveiti$ir g i t1e R0 you fedeive value fo" youtr 1Toney. ADVERTIBSING SCALE :. One Ich - - - - 2s Od. Eaoch succeedig Inch - - is Od. ItO. Special hate for Standing Advertiseinenis. SQf every L)escription, at S4ydu ,y .Prices. Circulars, Billheads, Account Forms, Delivery Book?, Posters, Dodgers, Menu O.trds Ball Programmes, .Visiting Cards, Business Cards, &o...
Closer Settlement. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 10 June 1904
Closer Settlement. (Contributed). EVeRYONE must admib that in Australia we have a vast territory which is' at present. undeveloped and awaiting the axe, the plough, and the settler to turn the land into profitable account. .There are also vast 3 tracts of land which are only HALE dev.loped r and osuld support hundreds of families , where, under the present regime, practically 3 speaking, there is one man, horse, and dog 3 to 2000 or.3000 acres, the former drawing 3 his 10lbs of mutton, same amount of floor, and'a less amount of; tea with which he manages to sustain life ;'but, is practically plunged into a state of isolated, imbecility through glaring at wire fences day after day, week after week, and year upon year ; the monotony only relieved once per nnunm * at shearing time; and comparitively speaking i the squatters' immense holdings are nothing but rabbit and sheep runs, which do not benefit the country to any permanent degree that they otherwise would do if out up into farms ...