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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

PUBLIC MEETING. The public meeting held in the Church at night was largely attended. The proceedings were interspersed by musical items which were well rendered and splendidly received. Rev. Harold Wheen in his remarks, which were necessarily brief as he had to leave by Mail train to fulil further Presidential duties, spoke of the good work done in the Quean beyan Circuit'which was an evidence that the work of the Church was not going back. He also referred to the loyal helpers who were carrying on the work in this district, and thanked all for their kind remarks and very hearty welcome which he greatly ap preciated. The President's address was interspersed with interesting anecdotes. Rev. Silas Bembrick, Chairman of the Goulburn District, said the Pre sident of the Conference had covered everything in the way of acknow ledgements and congratulations and that he would speak for a while on "Some Types of Church Folk." The Shirker was found in every walk of life. He evaded paying his ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPARK PLUG AND ITS WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

THE SPARK PLUG AND ITS WAYS. At first sight it might not be on thought that such an apparently simple component as the spark plug bristled with possible defects and vagaries; yet such is indeed the case as not a few car owners can testify. The amateur hardly needs any ex planation of the work which the plug has to do, or of the principles of its. construction. We are all aware that the high tension current from the o magneto or battery ignition system travels down the insulated electrode of the plug and so reaches the plug gap which it jumps and in so doing creates a spark. This gives us our first clue to l possible plug failures, for if the in- a sulation of the central electrode is 0 defective or has broken down alto- q gether, the cylinder served by that particular plug will assuredly miss r fire. One of the simplest causes of s leakage of the high tension current is C carelessness in allowing dirt and dust f and oil to accumiulate on the external b part of the porcelain or mica ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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EMERGENCY LAMP OUTFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

EMERGENCY LAMP OUTFITS. As long as they work, the'electric lights on a car leave little to be de sired,' but at times even the. best electrical systems develop faults and short circuits, and the motorist who finds himself stranded on a country road in the pitch dark with a faulty electrical system and no lights is not to be envied. An emergency set of lamps 'which will see one through most difficulties may be got together at a comparatively small cost and the outlay involved is well worth while. First of all, it is an excellent plan to have a small inspection lamp or spotlight with a long length of thin flexible cable to the ends of which a couple of spring battery clips are attached. Then if the wir ing of the' electrical system breaks down, it may be disconnected from the accumulator, whilst the two clips leading to the spotlight or inspection lamp can be at once fixed on to the terminals of the battery independ ently of any of the other wiring. But even batteries have a way of "p...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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MOTOR NOTES JUDGING THE OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

MOTOR NOTES JUDGLG THE OIL. When motorists have become ac customed to using one particular brand of oil from a reputable house and one which has proved suitable for their engine, they need not--con cern themselves about the quality or characteristics of that oil and can concentrate their attention on seeing that the engine receives plenty of it at the right time and in the right places. However, it may happen that for one reason or another, it becomes necessary in an emergency to purchase some unknown brand of oil, which may or may not be suit able for the engine in question. It is practically impossible even for an expert to tell simply by inspection of the oil when it is poured out of the tin whether or not it is likely to stand up well to the work for which Sit is required. It is not diecult to turn out bad oils which apparently are robust, but which lose their vis cosity as soon as the heat of the en gine breaks them down. If a drop or two of oil of known quality is obtainable a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

Commonwealth War Conversion Loan 1. The Loan is secured on all the assets in the' Commonwealth. 2. The interest rate is 51 per cent. FREE OF STATE INCOME TAXES. 8. Holders of 41 per cent. War Loan maturing in 1925 may coaver, their holdings Into a new Loan carrying interest at 51 per cent. 4. New money may be paid into this Conversion Lora mand begins to earn interest at 51 per cent. Inmmedlately. 5. New money may be paid at once in full or by a deposit of 10 per cent., the remainder being paid by. instalments as set out in the prospectus. 6. Sums of £10 and upwards may be invested in the Loan. 7. There is no better investment. 8. Full particulars may be obtained; and applications made at any Bank, Savings Bank, or Money Order Post Office. EARLE PAGE, Treasurer. Commonwealth Treasury, Melbourne, 22nd July, 1925. J. G. HARRIS & CO. AUCTIONEERS & GENERAL AGENTS NEW ADDRESS-. COUNCIL CHAMBERS OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN. WE INSURE YOUR HOUSE, YOUR FURNITURE, OR YOU...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

SThe End of a Most Successful Now for the Aftermath I* mIn1nunIinlauIMImiluml NNNIu3,i i Our Winter Sale was a Huge Success: . After a. successful Sale there is always an ; accumulation of Remnants and Short Ends We intend to clear these at Half Marked Prices MmHIIIIIHHl3H II3ll0 We have just received another complete I I range of Travellers' Samples which we. K. are offering at Wholesale Prices = *" " IIIIIIIINNUIEIIIMUIRm3HII I UrLMHNII aes t ussell Ltd "The House of Distinction " Telephone 6 QOeanbeyan GRAHAM BROTHERS TRUCK . WIm Doeas B.ROTHERS POwr Pur . The ability to insure owners of immediate service at all times is an asset of tremendous importance to truck manufacturers. In this respect Graham Brothers have an obvious advantage, market ing, as they do, through Dodge Brothers vast and reputable dealer organisation. 1-Ton Chacssis, Wheelbase 130 inches, £380. 1j-Ton Chassis, Wheelbise 140 inches, £455. SSpecial Low :1-Ton Chassisj, Wheelbase 158 inches, £530. sw a"s : n REEe...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

Comparisons of Quality and Price I Proves the Wisdom of Shopping at Moore Bros. I Men's Bow Ties, and Fancy Half Hose. Nothing but the Latest Showing. MIMen's Heather all wool Half Hose, 1/3 to 3/11 pair. fl Men's Stylish Tweed Caps, 5/6 to 10/6. I Men's Shetland Wool and Cotton Singlets, and Underpants, to match, 7/6. - Men'sM Natural Wool Singlets and Underpants. All sizes . stocked, price 7/6 to 18/6. Men's Coat Sweaters, with or without Roll Collar, price M from 10/6 to 35/-. We have also just opened a BigRange of Men's Overcoats, direct from London, also Leather Vests, with or without Horse Rugs, Best quality only stocked. Men's Boots and Shoes. Nothing but the latest stocked. Our Policy is to give highest Value. The latest and most up-to-date goods, quick service, and a guarantee of satis p faction or money refunded. N MOORE BROS. Outfitters for Men Monaro Street - Queanbeyan imm mStreetans .. Car for Hire DAY OR NIGHT. FRED KAYE, Piopr. CAR MEETS ALL TRAINS 'Phone 129. Addres...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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QUEANBEYAN DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

'QUEANBEYANi DIRECTORY 'M.H.R.. for'i Eden - Monaro. S:iHon. Sir Austin Chapman." M's.L/A. for Goulburn-Messrs SJ. A. Perkins,- P.: V. Stokes, J. M. Tully: 'Police 1Vagistrate.-Mr. H. T., Adams, visits from Bega. Queanbeyan Justices of. the Peace.-G. F. DeSalis, John Gale, P: Blackall, C. F. Wal ker, F. P.-Woodward, S. J. Southwell, John McLaugh lin, 'J. Keeffe, E. J. Walsh, F.. Smith, S. Taylor, C. T. Campbell, C. W. Southwell, W. O. Russell, A. H. Collett, G. A. McInnes, J. Murray, W. J. Darmody, T. Franklin, P. J. Sheedy, D. Christie, G. O'Hanlon, W. J. Knights, W. P. Bluett, J. G. Harris, m S. Taylor, ..Alfred Lazarus, R. Southwell, C. A. Leslie, J. Deans (Canberra). Summons and Small Debts Court on the third Tuesday after the third Monday in each month. " Bungendore Justices of the Peace.-J. J.. McJannett, H. Osborne, T. Flannagan, -F. S. Falconer, G. E. Curtis, T. F. Rutledge, F. G. Leahy. Summons and Small Debts Court third Monday in .each Smonth. Gundaroo Justices of the Pea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

BOYS WEAR KEENLY PRICED AT I .Jbrahams Boys' Tweed Hats 2s 3d each Boys' Tweed Hats 2s 9d each Boys' Tweed Hats 3s 6d each Boys' Tweed Caps 2s 9d. each (Dark and Light Greys) Boys' Striped Oxford Shirts - - 3s 11d each Boys' Black Twill Shirts - - 3s 11d each Boys' Khaki Shirts 4s lld.each All Wool Golf Hose Black - - 2s ld pair All Wool Golf Hose Black, Grey, As sorted Heathers 3s lid pair Boys' Wool Jerseys, buttoned shoulders and Fronts, Navy, Grey and Brown Sizes : 20, 4/9; 22, 4/11; 24, 5/3; 26, 5/6 WE SHOW YOU BIG SAVINGS in Suits, in Assorted Tweeds and Cheviot Serges Prices Starting from 15s 11d JUST OPENED Big Range of Samples in Boys' Golf Hose Prices ranging from ls 9d to 4s 6d SAVE MONEY BY PURCHASING BOYS' WEAR AT Jbrahams THE NOTED PRICE-REDUCERS Monaro Struet, Queanbeyan, Telephone 142. PRICE & McGUFFIE Builders and Contractors EST?IATES GIVEN PREE lor any class of Work In the Buildng Trade ALL CLASSES OF JOINERY WORK earried out at the Lowest Rate. Shop Front...

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HINTS FOR SMALL INVESTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

HINTS FOR SMALL INVESTORS. Although every progressive Gov- t ernment likes to see citizens lending their monetary aid to business enter- f prises which have for their object the dpvelopment and expansion of the nation's resources, :there is no doubt that a great deal of the surplus capital from earnings of the people,.t especially amongst the smaller in vestors, could, with much greater safety and profit, be diverted into Commonwealth Loan Bonds than into the coffers of many of the mush room companies, which, in recent years, have sprung up all over the world, People are attracted by the pro- I mise of large returns, but they for get that the bigger the interest rate promised, the greater is the risk of losing their capital altogether. The paramount question of secur ity is frequently lost sight of by the smaller investor. In some cases the t interest return promised by the reck- t less class'of company promoter does 1 not materialise at all, while in other cases the interest might ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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QUEANBEYAN - CANBERRA ADVOCATE Incorporating the "Queanbeyan Leader." THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1925 MOORE'S NO. 2 SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

QUEANBEYAN- CANBERRA ADVOCATE heipoporating the "Queaubeyan lAderd." THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1925 MOORE'8. NO. 2 SUBDIVISION. Our readers are advised to care fully- consider the advertisement of Moore's No. 2 Subdivision appearing in this issue. This Estate is the picked part of Queanbeyan from a residential point of view~ as it lies directly to the west of the town with a nice easterly aspect overlooking the town and is in close proximity to Uriarra Road (the main acev.ss to Canberra), Queanbeyan Railway Sta tion, and the shopping centre. Up set prices are shown on the plan for the information of buyers, and the terms, which allow the purchase of Sa block for a deposit of only £10 and give .three years to pay the balance, make it possible for everyone to se cure a home site there. On .top of this 65 per cent. discount is allowed for cash or a further 5 per cent. to buyers who commence to build within six months from date of purchase. Woodgers & Calthorpe, Queanbeyan, are handl...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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METHODIST PARSONAGE OFFICIALLY OPENED BY THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 13 August 1925

METHODIST PARSONAGE OFFICIALLY OPENED BY THE PRESIDENT. Yesterday afternoon marked the official opening of the recently erected Methodist Parsonage, adja- cent to the Church, and there was a large gathering of all denominations present at the ceremony. .Shortly after 4 p.m. Rev. W. Evans, Super intendent Minister of the Queanbeyan and Canberra circuits, accompanied by Rev. H. Wheen, President of the SNS.W. Methodist Conference, ascen ded the Parsonage steps through a guard of honor formed by the Wattle Park .Girl Comrades. The opening addresses were delivered from the " front verandah, there being present also, Rev. S. Bembrick, Chairman of the Goulburn District, Mr. John Gale, Revs. West and Carter, Mayor Harris and the. senior circuit steward, Mr. H. G: Colman. Prior to the singing of the' Doxology, buttonholes were presented to Revs. Wheen and Evans, and Mr. Gale. After a prayer offered by Rev. S. Bembrick, Rev:. Evans welcomed the Presi dent of the Conference on behalf of the Me...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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P.P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 20 August 1925

P.P. Board. At last meeting of the Pastures Protection Board, held at Braidwood it was decided to put up notices on travelling stock reserves announcing that they were such. The Lands Department forwarded three applications for permissive oc cupancies of lac., 2ac., and lac., on reserve at Captain's Flat, asking if the Board had any objection in the public interest to the granting of these. The Inspector reported that in his opinion the reserve should at pre sent be kept for the purpose for which it was originally set aside. The secretary stated that with the concurrence of the chairman he had advised the Department in terms of this report, and his action was en dorsd. The secretary stated that just be fore the amalgamation of the Braid wood-Queanbeyan Board the latter spent £200 on the improvement of a reserve there which had since been included in the Yass P.P. district. He suggested that the Yass Board might be asked to refund a portion of this amount. It was decided to make an a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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STRAYING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 20 August 1925

STRATIMIG STOCI Out Canberra way they take a more serious view of the stock straying nuisance than do the aldermen of Queanbeyan Municipality. Owners who allow their cows and horses to stray in Federal Territory are sum moned, but. not so in Queanbeyan where animals are allowed to roam at their own sweet will, doing dam age to gardens and taking possession of footpaths and streets to the dan ger of pedestrians and vehicular trafc. At the Queanbeyan Police Court on Tuesday, thirteen persons were summoned for allowing stock to stray in Federal Territory. The evidence- of Stanley Southwell, one of the rangers, was to the effect that the animals got into the afforestation area, where trees and shrubs were planted, and did a lot of damage. Pleas of guilty were entered and fines of 5/- and 8/- costs were imposed in the following cases: E. P. Eggleston. E. O. Venables, W. Patterson, John Faull, S. Rowley, J. Kelley, Jnn., J. Shipway, John Scott, J. Stephens, Michael Byrnes, Herbert Hays, a...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate
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AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 20 August 1925

AUBTRALIAN RULEn FOOTBALL. Canberra League sent a team to Sydney to play the Metropolus on Saturday last. The game preceded the. Interstate match between N.S.W. and Victoria and provided an inter esting and even contest. The visi tors were handicapped by reason of an all-night journey which ended with their arrival in Sydney at 5 a.m. on Saturday. The visitors possess some hae players in J. and H. Ryan, Newman, .Phelan, Clark, Bastow, and Mongan. A good game ended with the Metropolitan team winning by 8-10 (58 points) to 7-8 (50 points). Goalkickers: Metropolis, Rudolph (2), Bridie (2), Percy, Cunneen, Binding, and Bagnall; Canberra, Burr, J. Ryan, Bastow, Mongan, Car ter, Clark, and Yandall. Field um pire, S. F. Barnett. At the Town Hall the Victorian and Canberra players were accorded a civic reception by Lord Mayor Stokes. Mr. J.M. Orr of the Canberra team asked for annual fixtures for matches at Canberra with teams from Melbourne and Sydney.

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Embezzlement Case [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 20 August 1925

Embezzlement Case At "the 'Queanbeyan Police Court on Tuesday night, Leslie Kenneth I Wilson, aged 20, was charged with embezzling £13/12/6, the property of his employer, Gerald Sheehan, of Canberra. Mr. Deane appeared for Sheehan, I and Mr. Woodward for Wilson, who pleaded not guilty. Gerald Sheehan stated: Am a wood contractor and live at Eastlake, Can berra. Have certain carts and horses. Defendant was in my employ driving 1 a dray in Shumack's camp till 15th July last. Paid him 15/2 a day and he collected the money for the horse and cart every second Thursday. He was in my employ for three or four months; paid him fortnightly on Saturdays. Last paid him on 11th July. On 15th July Wilson went of to work to Shumack's gang, the other men to Weetangara lane. Returned to the stables about 4.30, the horse and dray was in the yard, but Wilson was gone. Never received from de fendant the money due to me for the fortnight previous to 15th July. To Mr. Woodward: Wilson worked for me all t...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 20 August 1925

TENNIM Following art the results of last Sunday's games between St. Greg ory's and Nourthbourne in the Es mend Shield and Pennant Competi tion. B. GRADE. Gents' Doubles Gibbs and Bopping v. Wench and Annand, 5-6. McKay and Hevern v. Annand and Carroll, 6-4. Bopping and Gibbs v. Wench and Carroll, 4-4. McKay and Hevern v. Carroll and Wench, 6-5. Mixed Doubles. Mrs. Annand and Wench v. Mrs. J. Cooper and C. Gibbs, 4-6. Mrs Annand and Wench v. Mrs. Bopping and C. McKay, 5-6. Miss Pratt and Carroll v. Mrs. J. Cooper and E. Herern, 4-6. Miss Pratt and Annand v. Mrs. Bopping and T. Bopping, 6-3. Ladies' Doubles. Miss Pratt and Mrs. Annand v. Mrs. J. Cooper and Mrs. Bopping 3-6. St Gregory's 7 sets, 70 games Nourthbourne t sets, 41 games. A GRADE. Gent's Doubles. K. Carnall and Kelly v. A. Nish and R. MeGuire, 6-2-?-1 K. Carmall and Kelly v. R. Nish and E. Gilchrist, 6-2-6-0. M. Foeehan and Wall v. A.. Nish apll McGuire, 4-6-1-6. M. Peeban and Wall v. R. Nish and B. Gilchrist, 5-7-3-6. Gen...

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QUEANBEYAN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 20 August 1925

QUIEANDEYAN WOOL. Mr. James P. Morrison's wool clip from Royalla was among the ofer taig at Winchcombe, Carson's Syd ney auctio. last Monday. The wool was of good length and quality and soft handlinag. The hoggets made 24d and ewes' wool 23td. Mr. H. A. Clothier, Queaabeyan, obtained 22td for feece, and Mr. Herman Boutecer, Gandaroo, 2414. At Pitt, So. &A Badgery's sale last week, Mr. '. P. Masli's Carwoola clip sold as follows: 22 bales AAAW at 24jd per lb., 19 bales AAA WH sad 3W 2314, 25 AAW 2t14, 47 bales AA at 24. A bold quality wel, god stye, well grown, goed

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TENNIS CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 20 August 1925

TENNIS CLUB BALL. The Queanbeyan Tennis Ball will be held on Friday night. The Tennis Ball is always popular. so if. you stay away you miss one of the successful functions of the year. The price of admission ito the Tennis Ball is moderate considering the value you receive for your money. "The Triumph Theatre floor is.be ing specially prepared for the Jazz competitions on Friday night. A feature of the Tennis Bill will be the excellent music provided by a special orchestra of six. The old-time waltzing competition on Friday night will be interesting and will attract a number of com petitors. Now, you exponents of old-time dancing, you have an opportunity of showing the superiority of" the old waltz over the jazz. The jazz fiends will also be con sidered and given -an opportunity to show their ability as fox trotters 4t the Tennis Ball. The ladies say that the supper will be something to talk about, so it has been decided to have the com petitions before supper, but they re quest tha...

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Assault in Company BROTHERS CHARGED [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 20 August 1925

Assault mI Company l C BROTHERS CHARGED Two brothers named William and Thomas Thompson were before the Qiieanbeyan Police Court yesterday on a charge that they did on 6th June, at Molonglo, in company un lawfully assault John Clarence Man gazi. They were defended by Mr. Woodward, while Mr. Deane appear for the complainant. The. evidence of Mangan was that on0 6th June he was in his room at Molonglo Settlement all day suffering from a heavy cold. He was lying on his bed" in the evening when he was sud'denly awakened by punches in the face. Thomas Thompson was in front of him, and pulled him up to a half-sitting position and punched him ten or eleven times with his head against the wall. William Thompson was also in- the room.- Witness was quite helpless and-stunned. He man aged to get up and made for the door and both Thompson's struck him. Both his eyes were half-closed. The next thing he remembered was getting into the ambulance. William Thompson had a right to be in the ro0m• as e...

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