Elephind.com contains 15,078 items from Queanbeyan Leader, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Sydney Fruit Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
Syflnay Frnlt Market*. There was a very far volume of business done in imported fruit, but very little in quiry was made for local varieties. Quota tions were as follow :- Apples.— Local : choice ss, medium 3s to 4s, small as to 2s 6d ; ihoice cooking 4s to 4s 6d, medium 2s 6d lo 3s, jam lots from is 6d. to ss ; Jonathans, choice 6s to 6s 6d per gin case. Melbourne : 6s to 6s 6d per bushel case. Tasmanian : Alex audrias, 3s 6d to 4s 6d. Ribstone 4s to SS ; Adams' 4s to 5s per bnshel case. Pineapples.— Common, choice 3s 6d to 4s 6d ; Queen, 3s 6d to 5s 6d per case. Cocoanuts,— Nominal. Bananas.— Fiji .'Nominal. Queensland: Ss to 6s per case, is to 3s per bunch. Lemons.— Local : Choice, 6s to 7s ; me dium 4s to 5s; rough, 3s per giu-case. American seedless, 12s |cr half-case. Italian: 25s per case, containing '330. Oranges.— American Wasl ingtoh Navel 15s per double.case, 8s rer 1 alt-case ;J at a Seedlings, I5sperdouhle-cai.e,8sperbalf case ; Mandarins, 10s per box containing 250. Lo...
FAREWELL TO MR. T. F. COUGHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
FAJlEWELL TO MR. T. P. COUGHLAN. On Monday evening, a number of Mr. T. F. Coughlan's friends met at the Royal Hotel to tender him a farewell send-off on the eve of his , departure from Queanbeyan. Mr. Alfred Lazarus presided, and referred to Mr. Coghlan's residence among them, and his many sterling qualities. Mr. W. C. Tankey spoke in sup port of the chairman's remarks. Mr. E. H. Johnstone proposed the toast of ' Our Guest.' He said he proposed the toast with feelings of pleasure to see the assembled friends doing honor to one of their own men, and with regret at losing a fighter of Mr. Coughlan's calibre. He wished Mr. CoughTan every success. Mr. Ross briefly supported the toast. Mr. Tankey endorsed the utter ances of previous speakers. Into every movement Mr. Coughlan had been associated with, he had thrown ihi whole weight of his ability. The chairman said that if mem bers of the labor body had known generally that that gathering was taking place, the assemblage wou'.d have been ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
AUCTION SALE Thursday Next, 30th March. Jas. Pike HAS received instructspns to sell by public auction, . AT' HtTNGKRPORD'S YARDS, at 2 p.m., 1 100 Merino Ewes, Other Entries invited. Thursday Next, 30th March. EC; Harris Has received, instructions to sell by public auction, on account of Mr. J. FiUJjeraid, at Hungerford's Yards, at 2 ico Breeding Ewes (4 to 8-tooth) 100 Wsthisr Lambs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
T*f\ T T7T1 Four-Roomed Cot 1U JUJCi 1 . tage and Outbuild ings. Apply— II. LAZARUS, Fruiterer, Queanbeyan. MEALS. DINNER will be realy ntKEiviNSIDE Boarding House from n a.m. on both Show Days. ALL MEALS, 1/ First-class Accommodation for Visitors Good Stabling for Horses. JlRS. J. SIdKDAy, Proprietress. To meet tlie requirements or Gents in search of superior MADE-TO-MEASURE Gar ments it a price midway be tween Re.T.lj-mades and be' spoke Tailors' prices, we have arranged with leading Manufacturers in Sydney to make up Suits to OUR SPE CIAL ORDERS. We are now offering Men's ISrJTM and arc showing choicest patterns in Autum and Winter Suitings— All on the lookout for Big Values in Clothing are invited ro sec our Goods before buying elsewhere. N.B.-Our own Made jT f\ to Order Suits ()|JS G. P. PEEC.IVAI, MERCHANT TAILOR, Next Jtcrhcrson's Hotel. TUGGRANONG SPOETS PICNIC FASTER MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1905. Programme : J. TUGGRANONG BICYCLE HANDI CAP, 1 mile. First Prize, £l ; second , Trop...
BUNGENDORE. St. Patrick's Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
BUXGE7EDORE. Il'HOli OtTR CORRESPONDENT.] St. Patrick's Day. A HACK meeting under the auspices of the local Hibernian Society was held on the above day, which had been proclaimed a public holiday for the district. There was a very fair attendance, the sport was of an interesting character, and several close finishes occupied the atten tion of the judce, Mr. J. S. WEtcn. Luncheon was catered for by Mrs. T. Riley in her usual prais ^worthy manner. .-The Town Band occupied a place on the grandstand, and under the conductorship of Mr. W. J. Ward playeo a well-chosen programme of music, which the public seemed to appreciate, much to the disgust of Mr. Jones, who was very much in evi dence during the dav. Following are the details :— Opening Handicap, 6 furlongs.— War ger, 8.?, 1 ; Miss Clevelon, 9.0, a. Other starters : Fadladeen 10.5, Corinthian 10.0; Dandelion 6.10, Secret 6.7. Handicap Hack Race, 6 furlongs. — Waiidella, 9.12, I : Secret, 7.0, 2. Other starters : Moonlight 10.5, Wild ...
Postal Plaints. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
PsMUlIlalntB. , Is there something wrong with the works at the' post-office ? Last Saturday's mail brought Mr. Webb's private bag.carefully sealed as usual, but containing only matter for two persons out Gundaroo way. Mr. Webb's own mail, which was very important on this particular day, was missing. Some people out here would like to know why small post offices in country places, like Uriarra, for in stance, are not sup plied with postal notes to a larger amount tlian ten shillings. Persons requiring to send away £2 or £i worth of postal notes are put to double expense in poundage and postage, through having to take a large number of small notes.
Schools Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
Bohobla. Ploslo. The officers and members'of the Hiber nian Society invited\the^hildren attend ing the eonrent and piiblic schools to a picnic at the recreation jrrouiid on Satur day. A number of ladle* assisted, and spared no trouble to tnalfei. the event an enjoyable outing for the yojingsters. The band enlivened the proceedings during the afternoon by playing JiiHisical selec tions^ ' . ' ? . '?jSpSJ-.-'^ ? - ' ' [A portion of our Bungciidore conies pondence is unavoidnbly/held owr'till lext i6sue.:^-ED;J - S^5r?y*S* -'-?-;. ' ???'??. ??????'iW-^-' ??? -osas^-..-.: ?'????
Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
SodUL The Hibernian Society alsolield a social iH the Temperance Hall on' St. Patrick's night. A great number of ladies and gen tlemen were present, and all seemed to enjoy tnemsclves, notwithstanding the crowded state of the hall. Dancing \fas kept up till daylight appeared.
CRICKET. Sutton v. Jerrawa. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 24 March 1905
CRICKET. ~' Button v. Jerrawa. The return match between these clubs was played at Sutton on Satur day. The game throughout was not nearly up to standard, the bowlers having alL the best of it, so far as the first innings was con cerned (says the Yass Tribune.) The play was decided on the first innings each, ou which Sutton won by 13 ruus, thanks to the excellent bowling of Scanes, who accounted for eight wickets at the cost of a run each. The scores were : — Sutton. C. Buckmaster, b Buudock ... 5 W. Wilson, b Duffy ? o J. Scanes, b Duffy ? 10 A. Leary, c Patterson, b Bundocki4 M. Davis, c Duffy, b Bundock o I. Puckett, run but ? o A. Cook, c Bundock, b Duffy 2 G. Davis, senr., b Duffy ... o W. Davis, not out ? o R. Dans, b Bundock ? o Sundries ? 1 Total ? 32 JERRAWA. O. Guest, b Buckmaster ... o A. Buudock, bScaues... ... 3 P. Paterson, c Buclcniieter, b Scanes ? 4 J. Duffy, c Buckmaster, b Scanes o E. Hillier, b Scanes ? 1 P. Buckmaster, b Scanes ... o Jas. Duffy, b Scanes ? o W. A...
BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
BRAlDWOOD. [From (he Dispatch.) Tbere were no cases for the Braidwooo Quarter Sessions. Mr. Vincent Ellison has purchased the property upon wbicb stands, or ralher stood, tbe Baptist Church, for he has taken the building down. The church was erected some 50 years Bgo by tbe inte Mr. Sutherland, who' regularly held ser vice in it. Another relic of old times in Braidwood will shortly be removed, vU., tbe old po lice buildings. Alderman Alexander Ross died at Clar ence River, where he went for the benefit of his health. Deceased practised as a solicitor here for tbe past 12 years. Dredging returns :— Jembiticumbene Middle Ground, rooz. lodwt. 21 gr. for 123 hours. Araluen Central No. 1, 902. 6 dwt. for 1 13 hours. Araluen Valley No. 2, ti oz. for 117 hours. The nctt returns of the sports on St. Patrick's Day and of Ibe bail at night are close on ^30. Not only are the farmers and graziers crying out about the continued drought' and the streams becoming dry, but in miuin? operations the ...
COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
COOMA. [From the Express.] We are not prepared to say who were principally to blame for the palpably crooked running, but we do know that there was more ' pulling '/ of horses practised at Adatninaby races than has ever been noticed on Monaro before. In the Adaminaby Handicap we are prepared to state that at least two horses were ridden not to win, either under instructions from the owners or from men that had bang}* the jockeys. Win', the owner of onejiorse in that race publicly declared thatjJiis jockey bad deliberately ' pulled '*ls horse. At Delegate show, Mr.'lyV. B. Wright was the principal winner. in the sheep section. Constable Stutehbury secured prizes for best Jersey cow;j-lpodcolt 7 yrs., 1 year, and foal at foot; Wsoaspeciai for blood foal bred within J«;'§ctulea of Dele gate. The Hunting Cpnff£t was won by Mr. A. Hukins' Signal,vwho'also secured tbe Mgo. jump. Miisa}JS-| .-Bartley got the blue ribbon for, j3r-?irjder. In tbe cattle section Dt'legite'gBtation secured the...
URIARRA. More Postal Plaints. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
CRIARRA. Vrom our Correspondent. Kara Postal Plaint!. Yet another trouble which aflects the post office here is the want of proper weighing appliances for both letters and parcels. The letter scales Uave been drunk for years, aud though repeated applications have been made for a . new scales, tkcv have not come to band. Tbe post office ' top bats'' do not appear to trouble about the inconvenience to tbe public nor to the post mistress who con ducts the office here. The Utter is often called upon to remit small amounts of shortage in postage stamps, and this wogld not occur if she was not compelled to guess the weight of parcels, ^larcb 3], 1905. '
HALL. An Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
HALL. \Vrom our Correspondent. 1 4.u A.ppr«oi»tlon. TBK deatli of Arthur Flower, though not altogether unexpected, came as a great shock to his many friends for miles around Gininderra. It is safe to say tliat there was not a more popular man in the whole district. Prom tbe date of his coming to Giuitt dcrra Iroin Sydney 23 years ago, under engagement to the late Mr. G. Harcourt, to tbe time of bis death, his popularity never waned. Once he launched out as general storekeeper at Hall, Mr. Ben Southwell baring disposed of his business to the popular Arthur ; but his heart was too big and kind, and like many another good man of a free and easy disposition be could not make a success of his own affairs, although an excellent manager lor others. .Shortly before last Christmas be was ordered 'by his doctor to take ,1 tUrec months' holiday. Consumption had at tackiil him, and lie went to Sydney and consulted leading medicos in the city, but it was of no avail. He was brought home and died...
District News. BUNGENDORE. Rough on Mr. Jones. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
I District News, i BUNGENDORE. [FXOU ODk COBKESroNDF.NT.] Kontffe on Xr. JTooec. The following is a copy of b letter re ceived by Bandmaster Ward from a party who signs himself as Tom Collins : ' Sir, —I read in The Qubahbbvan Lbader a letter written ' by some blithering idiot called Jones. Shakespeare or some other man writes, ' What's in a name.' There's a lot in it, more especially if you are closely related to Mr. Jones. Some ex quisite examples of the quality known ss cheek are to be found in every day life. I never met with a better than Mr. Jones, who sarcastically writes, intending to convev the impression that ^our band consists of a babel of noises instead of harmonious music. I, Tom Collins, have several times listened to tbe band playing; I did hot expect perfection, but the per formances were creditable. With an extra cornet or two for the tit bits, the rest could be left to the big drum and the bombardon who would do all the stuffing required. I also know that during t...
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday, 1.30. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Monday, J.30. The otrer or the Imperial Government to reduc^ ocean postage to twopence has been accepted by the Federal Cabinet, and comes into operationon tile first of April. Argi-Je steamer, THbany, Sydney to Brisbane, was wrecked yesterday two miles north of Nambucca River. The crew was 'saved. The Morna arrived at Brisbane from Fiji without sighting the Pilbaim. Nearly ten thousand noises have been purchased in New South Wales and Queensland for Japan. tONDON, Sunday. Mobilisation in Russia has been aban doned. Nogi is advancing to Tsutsi-Kar where there ib a large Russian population. Russian revolutionary leaders of Zurich bane warned the Grand Dukes to resign, their official positions -within a month under sam of death. London Tkujgraph correspondent at St. Petersburg says the indemnity is the chief obstacle to peace, but that Russia is nevertheless willing to make important territorial concessions..
Political & Economic. CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
nSSicauT^ CAPITAL. One of the most cruelly abused terms is the word Capital. It is maltreated by the under standing of the general public. It is abused by teachers in colleges and universities, and it often fares badly even at the hands of working-class propa gandists. The cause of such failure to grasp the meauing of the term is that the lack of scientific training in the methods of re search exposes one to the dan ger of being deluded by U:e mc taphysic method. * * * Capital is generally defined to be the means of production, — the instruments of produc tion and the raw material be ing included in the definition. In our estimate this definition has not the requisites of scien tific exactness and clearness and is therefore erroneous. Still, many accept it as a cor rect definition, and this first error — as the original sin — is, to its victim, the starting point of an erroneous career, of be coming an adept of many heresies. * * * Not only must Capital be a privately owned instrume...
Euchre Party [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
Zaohre Firtr The euchre party in aid of the Commonwealth Stall (Show Bazaar) eventuated on Friday night, and proved a huge success, the attend ance being very large. Mr. C. McAlister aerain had charge of the proceedings, and proved an able manager. On the gents' side, Mr. M. Mclnnes and Mr. Bosgard tied with .eight wins each, and Mrs. Breen aiid Mrs. McPherson, with seven wins each, tied for the lady's prize. The tody's trophy was a silve^mounted photo-frame, and the gent's an electro-plated butter dish. A most enjoyable evening was spent by all present.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 28 March 1905
BUSY as BEES I GIFT s*. SALE ! Only a Few Weeks Longer! The Besultlf Last Month's Sale:— SI#T-THBEE lucky Customers had their Money's Iflprth Returned, and were ap pleased that they are wain trying: to strike the^Lucky Day this Month byiirayin? bigger Parcels, f Come, Try Ycfar Xiuck Agrain! ALL OUR NEA^WINTER GOODS are now opened up, and marked at SALE JjPJK,ia IE S_ The Chance joff a Lifetime! HAYES AND RUSSELL. ~ Queanbeyan. ^^PRACTICAL TJLILOIR/ ? . __, MONARO STREET, OUEANBEVAN. O»T-K»T*IiUBHEn 1889) A Splendid Assortment of Autumn & Winter Goods in Stock. Latest Fashions. Perfect Fit. Good Workmanship. Unequalled' in the District Prices to Suit Everyone. Good Bicycles. There never was a time when Money could buy better value in Bicycles than the present day. You cannot find a better Bicycle at the same value, of the same sterling construction, as a * Red Bird Bicycle. We spare no trouble nor expense to please. We are not satisfied unless you are. Full 12 months' guaran...