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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
SPOLICE COURT. During the Easter holidays several m:ninor cafes have? been dealt with at the local police' court-five on "=:Good. Friday morning, 'three of .which were for drunkenness and two for. profane and indecent language. : n: Easter Monday one 'drunk' was ". dealt Wvith. The offeiders in all 'bases were, strangers to the town and :district. :'Willard defeated Jack TJihnson for the heavyweight championship of r - Advance subscriptions to the ".Age,. 2/6 8 per quarter, are now due.
FISK JUBILEE SINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
FISK JUBILEE, SIIGERS. We are more than pleased to an nounce,the re-appearance here of the above world famous and. ever wel come company in the Protestant Hall on Tuesday and Wednesday- next when they are sure to be greeted with crowded houses. This will be posi tively the last visit here of this fa mous band of singers. : Professor C. A. White, the eminent basso and organist, is still, musical director of the company. In addition to the de lightful and fascinating programme, the company will introduce here -for the first time, the world's latest. craze, Jubilee Rag-time. " A number of new artists will .make their' first appearance hiere- Popular prices are advertised; the box plait is "at Fal lick's, and no charge is made for booking. We'advise our friends not to miss seeing this unique company.
WEATHER NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
WEATHER NOTES. The break-up of. the disastrous drought, which was the .cause of so much anxiety and dark forebodings a little while back, and the generous rains which characterised it, have been followed in this and the districts immediately surrounding with gentle rains and mild growing weather. The altered conditions have had a most cheering effect in every way. Business has received a marked fillip, agricultural pursuits" have been en tered upon with zest, and the pastor al industry is cheered with the pros pect of an abundance of winter feed. The transformation from gloom and discouragement to cheerfulness and hope is everywhere manifest. The visitation came just. in the nick of time, and succeeded as it has been with mild growing conditions, there is now no need of apprehension lest the approaching. winter should be haid on livestock or unfavorable for the agriculturist. Had the change from drought' to rain occurred some what later, or had it been followed by cold wintry condit...
THE FEDERAL TERRITORY. LANDS ACQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
THlE FEDERAL [TERRITORY..i ' LANDS ACQUIRED.: THr Commonwealth ihas" acquired some 8o,ooo acres of land lying between" the. Molonglo River: and the- Federal Capital Territory, -the acquisition had long been expected, and ` the areas include some of the best' lands in. the Queanbeyan land' district, 'and' ' includes -:'the well known, estates .of 'Gungah. leen and 'Well -;Stations. Amofigst tlihe owhers ;whose' lands have been acquired are :-Messrs. J. J. Ed monnds, .:A. C.: and D. Mcline., J. Gallagher, sen,: W. S. Colverwell, R. Vest, T..Gallagher, Jos. :-Keeffe; T. Harman,-. A.'.Cameron, W. . D. Gallagher, R; anid R. Malobey,. :W. Ginnu, R. McDonald, .J'. Reid," R. Shuniack; S. Siumack, T.. Gribble, F. Munday. ,V. Hatch, jun.; -. Bol ton, J; Gillespie,' J. K. Kilby,.; Jno. Ryan, M.: Cavanagh, , JT. Winter, 'E.: M. Gozzard, E. Winter, H.-Murphy, Exec. -'late E. :Ryan, E. Rolfe,- Jos., Winter, J.' C. iand S. ':E.. Gallagher,: W. Ryai .J.' Cameron, "H'I Siggs, J.? Flint, T'rustees; E...
EASTER HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
EASTER HOIZDAYS, Tlie'Easter holiday period passcd in (Queanbeyani without anyspec;al excitement.. There 'wereo no .local sporLing events df public importance, but -many visited dSydney for 'the show and., races.. On Easter Monday a large crowd attended the Tuggra nong sports :where a pleasant time was" spent. Urifoitunatily for the disciples of Isaac: Waloni the recent rains made the rivers too' nuddy for good- fishing, although ieverl- nice fish are reported "to .have .:beenr landed. Business has nouw b'een re*. Aumed -and holiday-makcr' are 're turning from Sydney and elsewhere.
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
PRESBYTERIAN. At'. St. Stephen's "Presbyterian Church special services marking the Easter season were held on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. The church was .,chastely decorated for the occasion with white flowers and .greenery.. Over the pulpit was dis played the text "He" is Risen'.' in white: letters on a red background. Appropriate sermons were deliver ed' by the: Rev.. A. G. Mackintosh Carter, 'the choir rendering special music., At the evening service Miss Heather Russell sang as n solo "Cal vary. The attendance of worship pers: was excellent at all services.
BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
BRIEF MENTION. Note several important auction and other advertisements in this issue. The Canberra Patriotic Sports Programmes will be available early next week. The Queanbeyan " Age" now has a guaranteed.. circulation of z,ooo. Ad vertisers woiild, do well to note this fact. The art union in aid of St. Pat rick's Church, Cooma, was drawn at Cooiia on Monday night. The first prize, a sulky valued at .£2o, was won by Master Joseph O'Rourke of Quneanbeyan. .Annual meeting of . the . Rover Football Club on Monday night at the Commercial Hotel. Said that some of our sporting en. -thusiabsts are making an effort to re siiscitate pony racing in Queanbeyan. The Fisk Jubilee , Singers who have with them Miss Jean Robertson (one of the original Fisks) will ap. pear on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Tenders closingL on Monday, 3rd May, are invited in this issue for the supply of meat and firewood to the Royal Military College. Mr. J. Keeffe, J.P., represented St. Gregory's Branch of the A. H...
SUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
SUTTON. :I'ri he Si'tto and Mu'ligaln's Plat` second grade ttcanm is.played a very: closely contested:game on thefiliter's court on Saturday last, resulting in a victory by 45 gamles to 43. J. Cartwright and F. Murphy v,. F'. and R. Ryan, 6 '3. J. Cartwright and F. Murphy v. 'T.- Ryan find H. Gillespie 6- 2." T JCartwriglit and F. Murphy v. VW. Gillespie id Reide;n'R 6--5.. . E. Rowley: and W. Smith v. E anail R. Ryanf,. 5 r,.6. .': =Rowley anlt W.. Smith v, T; Reid and H. Gillespie, 6--4. -Er. Rowley aiid W. Smith v. T. Ryal aii'd W +Gii'lespie, 2 -6 R- Rowleyatida C. Southwell v, E. and. R, Ryan 3 f 6. ~lR Rowley and C2 Southwell v. W. Gillespie and `. Reid, 5-6. :R. Ro? iey aindC Southhwell v. T. Ryain Id:H. Gillespie, 6-5, Tlhe recent rainfall, 273 points, was; ,ery- acceptable'`,?Trhe water supply, as now assured: for' the rest of the year; the grass.. is growing quickly; and farmers are 'as busy as bees getl tiug tlieircrops ain,
DELIGHTED WITH HEAN'S ESSENCE. Money Saving Cough Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
DEZLIGHTED WITH H EAN'S ESSENCE. MzIoney Saving Cough Remedy. "' We are All delighted with the cough mixture we m?i'ake from Hean's Es. .sence. :It, is pleasant to take, and gives :practically instant relief."-MnI. J. A. Jones;' Weston, N.S.W. 'I have pleasure in recommending ýHean's Essence for coughs and colds. .I used nothing else for my children :in whooping cough,' and found it most beneficial. No- mother should be without it." - Mrs. B. Smith, Waterbein Street, Brisbane (Q.) 'One bottle of Hean's Essence makes a pint of the finest cough, cold and sore throat remedy money can buy. To make a very big bottle of splendid cough remedy from a bottle of I-Iean'g Essence is as simple a. making a cup of tea. Read the circular and follow simple directions. The mixture mIy be taken at any time, is pleasant to the taste, always does good, and never spoils. At the same time you will find a saving of sol. for your pocket. I-cean's Essence is sold by most chemists and stores, or promptly pos...
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1915. Church of England. Christ Church, Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1915. Church of England. Christ Church, Queanbeyan. Queanbeyan--8 a.m., H.C. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Queanbeyan-- p.m. Rev. Gordon H. Hirst, Th.L. St. John the Baptist's" Church, Can. berra.-1 a.m. - Uriarra, 11 a.m. Bulga Creek, 3 p.m. - -Power House-7 p.m. Duntroon-7.30 p.m. Rev. F. G. Ward. Parish of Michelago. Tharwa--ll a.m. Wlilliamsdale-3.30 p.m. Rev. E. S.- Roinson.
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
Official Correspondence. T',HE Minister' for Home Affairs advises the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows: >I.desire to: ackiiowledge the receipt of your letter of the.20th initaitb respect in'g the progress minde with. the: works ing survey: of railway from Yass to Jervis Bay via Cauberra, the Engineer in-Chief hds been asked_ to' furnish'a roport in' the matter,. and .you will be duly advised when 'suoh repirt is sub rnitted. The Depauty P.M.G. 'advises the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows: That itl is .fund on enquiry tihat the majority of :eesidents on the roadside Canptain's Flat: to Bredbo 'mail servicei, especially those at Jerangle and Jin gera would be moire conveniently served by, an amended time table so as- to fit in with the running of mail Bungendore to Captain's Flat and as a consequtence. an amended, time table jiill :be started. on the lst' pioximo .-. .. tlThe Deputy P.M.G. slvises the Hon. Austin Chapman' as follows: I havoe the honor to intimate that your el.tir- of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
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THE Queanbeyan Age, AND Queanbeyan Observed. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915. Our New Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
AND FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915. Our New Enterprise. 'In our issue of Friday last it was briefly intimated that a radical change had, taken place in local newspaperdom-in .other words, that "The Queanbeyan Age" and "The Queanbeyan Observer" had been in corporated, and from that date the latter paper would cease to be pub lished in its individual form, being amalgamated with the older journal. We have now' to more particularly announce that -the two proprietaries have availed themselves of the pro. visions of the Companies Act, and with their united capital and exten sive machinery and other appliances are now incorporated, under the name and style of "The Queanbeyan Age Newspaper .Company Limited" The: office of the new company will be .those recently occupied by .the "Observer." -The 'directors of the -:company, are 'Mr. R. J. S. Fallick of the "Observer," and Mr. W. E. Gale, editor of "The Age."` The ad vantages acquired by the step taken are mutual as between the constitu ents of the n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN AND MOST FRILLIANT PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS now retired, writes of the value of CLEMENTS$ TONIC The following is a testimony to the curative and nerve-restoring powers of this medicine, given by Miss A. M. CARDWELL, "' Coree," Booth Street. Annandale. One of the most brain-racking and arduous of duties is that of public school teaching, the constant strain on the nerves and general brain-tax making nervous break-down and Insomnia common ailments amongst the rank and file of public school teachers. Miss Cardwell has been for over 30 years an active and a brilliant example of her profession., having held many high appointments in the Educational Department : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "The ever-constant strain on the nerves of a Public School Teacher soon brings on a low state of the whole system. In my case it was overstrain in teaching, and mental worry through family bereavements. I had been taking medicines, but seeing Clements Ton'e advertised; I tried one small bott...
A Shadowed Life CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
A rdow Life CI-HAPTER IV. The old woman cmptied the con tents .of her basket upon the table; there were tan, broad, meat provisions in fact enough to last her for a week. To my surprise there were two or three bottles of wine. I recognised the room at last. 1 remembered the staircaas on ithe plan; tnd I knew that the. room old Pru dence used as her own was but a kind of anteroom to the secret and hidden apartment known as "King Charles's Room," where the "Morrie Monarch had lain concealed so long. My heart almost stood still with fear, for I heard Prudence speaKing to someone. At first I thought she had discovered me, but when I had recovered myself .I found that she was using words of en dearment and love such as one, might use to children... Then I stepped into the room, resolved to know who swar there-who was loa den in that room and waited upon her,... The panel in the wall was drawn aside, and I saw at last the apart ment of which I had thought so much. It was inhabited. I. was...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
OBITUARY. Mr. Harold Wellman, son of Mr. A. Wellman, railway stationmaster at Queanbeyan, died in the local hospital on Wednesday from pneumonia. &nbsp; He was a fine manly young &nbsp; chap and was employed as a fireman on the railway, his genial disposition &nbsp; winning for him the respect and esteem of his fellow employees. He was 23 years of age. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved relatives. The funeral, took place yesterday, &nbsp; &nbsp; the remains being interred in &nbsp; the Church of England portion of the general cemetery. The railway employees acted as pall-bearers and a number preceded the hearse. The Rev. G. H. Hirst was the officiating clergyman at the graveside, and Mr. H. Lazarus conducted the funeral &nbsp; arrangements. &nbsp;
Tuggranong Picnic and Sports. AN ENJOYABLE OUTING. OFFICIALS—Horse events, Messrs. A. J. McDonald and J. D. Brilliant judges; stewards, Messrs. John Morrison, Jas. Grady, John Tong and Donald Robertson; foot races, Messrs. Jno. Monk, Alf. Lazarus and H. T. Land; ticket races, Messrs. O'Neill and C. Hardy; tug of-war, judge Mr. G. McKeahnie assisted by Mr. S. L. Roberts; steward, Mr. E. Robinson; throwing at wicket, Messrs. T. E. Woodger, P. J. Gleeson, F. Cleaver and M. K. Gallagher; guessing weight of fat sheep, Messrs. C. Goizer, A. Campbell, P. Gallagher; guessing height of pole, Mr. Phil McGee; stepping the distance, Mr. P. Gleeson; throwing cricket ball, Mr. Mark McMahon; other workers. Messrs. C. Curley, E. Woods, S. Gallagher and Jas. Morrison. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
Tuggranong Picnic and Sports. AN ENJOYABLE OUTING. OPzcIArs-Horse events, Messrs. A. J. McDonald and J. D. Brilliant judges; stewards,.Messrs. John Morrison. Jas. Grady, John Tong and Donald Robert son; foot races, Messrs. Jno. Monk, Allf. Lazarus and H. T. Land; ticket races, Messrs. O'Neill and C. Hardy; tug of-war, judge Mr. G. McKeahnie assisted by Mr. S. L. Roberts; stew ard. Mr. E. Robinson;. throwing at wicket, Messrs. T. E. Woodger, P. J. Gleeson, F. Cleaver and M. K. Gal lagher ; guessing weight of fat sheep, Messrs. C. Goizer,' A. Campbell, P. Gallagher; guessing height of pole, Mr. Phil McGee ; stepping the dis tance, Mr. P. Gleeson ; throwing cric ket ball. Mr. Mark McMahon ; other workers. Messrs. C. Curley, E. Woods, S. Gallagher and Jas. Morrison. THE annual Tuggranong Sports and Pic nie, which event took place in Mr. John Morrison's paddock on Easter Monday, was held under the most favourable auspices. Beautiful autumn weather prevailed and the attendance, considerin...