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BURDENS ARE MANY. SOME PEOPLE HAVE MORE THAN THEIR SHARE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
BURDENS ARE MAN Y. SOME PEOPLE- HAVE MORE I THAN THEIR ,SHAREj. •Burdens of iife are many. Some people have m'ore than the'r' ,share. Pretty hard to bear thle burdens 'of 'a:bad back. ' 'Its aches and pains make you mis erable. Learn the causec and: remove the burden. Most backaclie pains come from kidneys. Must cure" the kidneys to cure the back. Doan's Backache "Kidney Pi -w:l ll tdo it :.' Lots of proof thfat: this' so.' Read what ".this woiians says: Mrs.' I: Meech, George-street;; Queanbeyanfi `says: ":Soime :tim'e .ago Mr. Mech" was, in- very bad health, 'he had se vere pains in' the, small of 'the back which' we thought was -lumbago. - He was :very. nearly crippled with 'the pain;. He is a plumber and his work. is hard on the back, and this mniade his suffering wdrse than'it otherwiwse. ,:might have, been. ,We 'got .Doan's: Backache Kidney.Pills 'and lhe: comn menced to use them; anaId ,he 'was quite right in' four or five days, a fact that ,speaks volumes' :for: this grand k...
Plenty of Good Reasons Why [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
Plenty of Good Reasons Why These are some ol them Every Customier receives, absolute. satistactioa. - For clcarilinees and quality of goods it:l'as no rival. Queanbeyan people elso know they jpatronise a place' that helps to make strangers form a good opinion of our town, whel .visiting it. The above ;,r only a few of the several good-reasons why POTIRI'S DINING. ROOMS are so popular. The place .where you can have a wholesome' eriaill or light refresh ments- at all hours; and where the best fruit and" choicest confectionery are procurable-Potiri's "Canberra" Dining and,: ?Refreshment Rooms, Monaro.streoet; Quennbeyan. Tele. phone 77. , -
MAJURA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
MAJURA. Since the rain the country about here is looking splendid, and with a few more showers there will be good sheep feed. The local committee held a meet- ing on Saturday night and fixed up matters in connection with the forth- coming Belgian Fund function, and everything points to a successful is- sue. &nbsp; After a residence of 50 years by members of the McIntosh family the old homestead known as "Glade- &nbsp; field" selected by the late John Mc- Intosh in the early days, has been re- sumed by the Federal Government. Mr. James McIntosh (of Young), an old time resident paid a flying visit to his dear old native spot a few days back, and his old friends were pleased to see and find him as jovial as of yore. I am given to understand that the whole of the land in this village is about to be resumed by the Federal Government, so I suppose in the near future there will be a great change hereabouts, either for better or for worse.
Destructive Fire at Tallagandra. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
Destructive fire at Tallagandra. Mr. Coroner Gale was in tele phonic conversation with Constable Thornton, of Gundaroo, on Tuesday last, the former reporting the total destruction by fire of the Tallagan dra Public School and teacher's resi -dence attached. The Coroner ask: ed for a full report, and this morn ing the following was received from Constable Thornton: I beg tc report that the public school and teacher's residence at Tallagandra was completely destroy. ed by fire about noon on Monday, the 5th instant. The above informa. tlon was received by letter delivered at the Police Station at Gundaroo at 4.30 p.m. on Monday, 5th inst. On the following morning I patrol led to; Tallagandra, and mada care ful inquiry; and beg now to-forward the following particulars: At about 11,30 a.m., 5th instant, Mrs. Eilbeck, the teacher's wife, in tending to do some washing, lit a fire under the portable copper in the laundry,' and left the fire burning. She was absent for about 15 or 20 minutes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 April 1915
TO SETTLERS, RESUMED CAPITAL AREA. Pallamallawa Wheat & Lucerne Lands Areas 400 to -!')0 Acr?s. Prie:s, "1 to £3 per. acrd. Rairif:-ll 25 iuche&lt;, failure unknown. Inspector Department of .\ riculur,, r,.port equ/l any land in State. Lucerne seed just harvested yielded .X15 per cre. In?pect tl.i district For offer and full particulars wire The Farmers' and Graziers' Agency, Ltd., INVERELL. WE SELL WOOL and are selling brokers only. Our business success depends solely on our ability to do well for customers. This is why growers find it desirable to consult us. The four original founders of the firm still actively manage it. They ar' assisted by specially trained expert departmental managers. Each client or enquirer secures the best attention and advice that can be given. Write us. Address letters, WINCHCOOMBE, CARSON, LTD. - Wool Brokers, Sydney. nUilllihd81l I EXCELLENT VALUES ; SMART DRESSErS . AT TaE GIIEAPSIDE STORES We have a very Large -Variety of the Newest S...
AINSLIE TENNIS CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
AINSIIE TENNIS CLUB BALL. 'The Ainslie Tennis Club held their first aunual ball at Kinlyside's Hall at Hall on-Friday last and the func tionu: was a brilliant success' both socially and financially. The floor, as usual, was in tip-top order, the mnunic splendid. and the night being coo!, everything was in favour of the d::;ncers:-of' whom there were be tween thirty and forty. The cater ing as supplied by Sargent's of Syd ney, was excellent and left nothing to be desired. Although the dancing was timed to wind up at 2.30 p.m. everything was so enjoyable that it was well on to four o'clock before the last dance was ended. The com ,ýintee 'particularly wish to thank '. r. N.? Thomas, of Canberra, for his untiring efforts in contributing so largely to the success of the evening. It is probable that the club will or ganise a series of monthly dances during the winter months, the dates of which will appear in the advertis ing columns of this paper. The Deputy Postmaster General advises th...
ELECTORAL ROLL COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
EI;ECTORAL ROLL COLI,IC- TIONS. The police are now engaged on the annual revision of the State electoral roll. The work in town is covered by a house to house call by the police officer to whom the revision is com mitted, but in the country-districts this. is not so easy a matter.' The work will therefore be expedited if electors whose names are enrolled for country polling places, or who are entitled to be enrolled, will take the earliest opportunity of communicat ing with the polite .station, or witji Mounted Constable Brown.
THE CONVENIENCE OF RACE-GOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
THE :CONVENIENCE ;OFj RACE-GOERS. Throughout :thle d scussion the conven:ence?. o, racc-;ces smenin"rldto be. the last thing thought. or. Many important -factois of ',this vproblem? await. soldution,` and there is a woe futl' "ab'serced of r ieliable ?.cts . on which a judgment. can .be'-formied: The r.c2-gocer seems :id b' regardcd as a: sheep':t' be fieecefi rat?ier:thania' as aran iimportant :eleient in -the com? munity to .be= c.itered ifo??, He. will wake. up when he discovers the man nr min which he is. being- exploited.' But; like the electors in general, he w?l find it a 'very uphill piece oi work to obtain rdl'ief.
Tourists Visit Queanbeyan. FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE, MILITARY COLLEGE AND COTTER WORKS INSPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
Twoists Visit Queanbegao. FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE, MIL ITARY COLLEGE AND COTTER WORKS INSPECTED. Under the leadership of Mr. C. Morgan, of the Tourist Bureau, a party of sixteen visitors from Sydney and elsewhere spent the Easter holi days in. inspecting Burrinjuck reser voir and the Federal Capital site. The party left Sydney by the Te mora mail on Friday night, their special sleeping car being detached at Goondah without disturbing their rest. An early start was made from Goondah at 6 a.m. on Saturday by the narrow guage railway to Burrin juck, which was reached in time for breakfast. The morning was spent making an inspection of the mam moth dam, now approaching comple tion ; and in the afternoon the party was conveyed by motor launch up; the Goodradigbee river and for some eleven miles*up the main course Lof the Murrumbidgee to a point near its confluence with the Yass river. A return was made on Saturday night as far as Yass. On Sunday, after allowing members of the party an oppor...
OPEN COLUMN. THE BAND AND THE SHOW. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
OPEN COLUMN. THE BAND AND THE SHOW. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In reply to my friend, the secretary of the band, as to letters not published, I shall be glad if he will publish them, if any exist. All the letters the association have re ceived from the worthy secretary of the band, have been inserted in the local press. Further than that I have not time, nor the desire, to continue this correspondence. The secretary is assured of my thanks if he will kindly publish all the letters not already referred to. Yours, etc., J. G. HARRIS, Secretary P. & A. Association.
Rifle Shooting. TRIANGULAR CONTESTS. BUNGENDORE v. CANBERRA v. QUEANBEYAN. WINS FOR THE HOME TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
Rifle Shooting. TRIANGULAR CONTESTS. BUNGENDORE v. CANBERRA v. 9QUEANBEYAN. WINS FOR THE HOME TEAMS. The Barracks Flat rifle range was the scene of considerable activity on Saturday last, the occasion being a triangular contest between the Queanbeyan; Bungendore and Can berra Rifle - Clubs. Each- club was represented' by two teams of eight men who fired 14 shots at 600 yaXds range. Shooting was carried ou~t both morning and afternoon. -The laurels of victory rested with the semnior club (Queanbeyan), in both A and B )divisions. Similarly Bung endpre obtained the advantage over Canberra. Top scorers for the A teams were:--J. Gallagher (Quean beyan), 68; H. A. Daniel (Bungen dore), 64; C. S. Vautin (Canberra), 62. -"Jim. Gallagher's total was the highest score of the day and- is ample evidence that he has lost none ot his skill despite many months absence from practice. His first 9 shots successfully punctured-" the black, then came an inner to break the sequence, the score being fini...
BUNGENDORE NEWS. SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
BUNGENDORE NEWS. SPORTS. A vr?Y successful day's sports in aid of St- Phillip's Church of England was held on the showgronnd on Easter Monday. It being an ideal day for outing a very large crowd assembled to witness and take part in the various events which were very well patronised, good entries being received for each event. The management of the sports were in the hands of a very capable committee consisting of Messrs. E. CO Masters, Curtis Masters, H. D. Chin nnery, J. J. McKie, W. A. Taylor, J. R. Dickenson, W. Ryan, G. L. Daniel, H. A. Daniel, R. Lundie, Curtis Taylor, and E. J. Daniel (seo:etary) who dec serve the greatest credit for the man. nrer in which they attended to each item all tted to them; not a single hitch taking place to mar the day's sport. The various stalls were in the bands of the following -ladies, who did an excellent business :-Mrs. Rutledge; Mrs.:Champion, and Mrs. Landie (fancy stall), Miss Powell (afternoon tea), Mrs. Woodfield and Mrs. A. L. Daniel: (...
Gininderra Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
Giniaderra Red Cross Societg. Since the New Year the ladies of -Halli Gininderra;' .Weetangara; and Upper Canberra have devoted their enxergies to making clothes for the children of the soldiers and:sailork who; have lost.their lives' in thd.ser-_ vice ot their country with the. result that 260 garments have just been de spatched to Mrs.; Anson, c/o: The Admiral-Superintendent, The Dock yard, Chatlam, i.England, where they will 'be distributed -to -deser.4 "ing cases.' Dr. i.Mary .Boqoth, of thli -Babies' Kit". Society, 'has 'underitaknk ito.'forward ?themirifree of freight: .When an lackiiowledgement, of. the, articles :-is.'received 'it will be .pub flished .in this .paper; Up i to Chriiimas -these ladies bad. forwarded 190. shirts,: 7. dozen :knit tea goods and three dlozen 'hanidker chiefs. Since then anothei dozeni ' and a :lalt "-nitted things, blesides the childreni's clothes,- .have been sent. The .following are among those who subscribed to, iand made the children's 'clothe...
Presentation to Mr. E. O. Moore [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
Presentation to Mr. E. 0. Moore A pleasant little function took place at Davies' Commercial Hotel on Saturday evening when a number of riflemen assembled to make a presentation to Mr. E. 0. Moore. Captain R. Thomson presided and expressed regret that Mr. Moore found it necessary to reside at Yass yet, since he would often be travel ling between the two 'town his for mer comrades would occasionally have opportunities of meeting him aagin. He wished -iMr. Moore the best of success. and handed him an illuminated address, nicely fram'ed, which bore testimony to the esteem in which he was held by the riflemen anf" c-pressmg appreciationu of his services in various ways.to the local rifle club. Mr. H. Taylor 'endorsed the re marks of Captain Thomson. In trips away they had always found their guest a splendid fellow, and on the rifle range a "crack" shot. Mr. T. Warren (secretary), also spoke m similar strain to the pre vious speakers. He apologised, for the absence of a number of rifle me...
Plenty of Good Reasons Why [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
Plenty of Good' Reasons Why These are some of thenm.. Every Customer receives absolute ,satisfaction. For -cleanliness and quality of goods it has no rival. ? Queanbeyan'people also kii'ow they patronise a place that .helps to make strangers form- a good opinion of our town, when visiting it.. The above are only a few of the several good reasons why ?POTIRI'S DINING ROOMS are -so :popular.. The place where you can have a wholesome meal or light refresh ments at all hours;, and where"'the best fruit and choicest confectionery are procurable-Potiri's' .:Canberra" Dining and Refreshment 'Room's, Monaro.street, Queanbeyan:. `Tele phone 77. , ' . t
THE CHANGE EFFECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
THE CHANGE EFFECTED. The :first thing ..to. be noted is that the amendment,. as passed, does not bind the Government :to take' riy steps to- effect any' change whatever: Still less does it. specify :any daate for any actioni to" be; taken. It' is still possible, of":oiorse .to .i?'allow time for the - discussion, of a :'non party measure. ' But .the incongruity will be so stiartling that the oppo sition will be immense:y, reintorced. A Bill for establishing a nationa± monopoly, especially. of so debat able a 'practice, should only: be in troduced. by the Government of the day; and Ministers should take' ful responsibil~ty' for it accordingly. The Government will have to administer the -totalisator if the Bill should be introduced and passed:. 'But. it it, only accepts the responsibility un willingly; or even halt" 'heartedlry, what prospect is there that it's.ad ministration will give satisfaction? 'Another unfavorable developmient resulting from the dcc:s'on that the 'machine" shal...
THE Queanbeyan Age, AND Queanbeyan Observer. TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1915. THE P.L.L. AND THE TOTALISATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1915. THE P.L.L. AND THE TOTAL ISATOR. Delegates to .the P.L.L. Confer-, ence who were instructed to advo cate the speedy adopt'on of the to taklsator. on the turf can hardly congratulate .themselves on the re sult of their efforts. They seem to have been beguiled into passing a resolution which removes indefinitely the object which they sought. The situation at the moment was .that Mr .Holman, the State Premier, who Is opposed to the "machine,"' and to the prominence which it has as sumed in the councils of Labor, had very unwillingly consented to allow a Bill for its legislation to be intro duced. as a non-party measure. When Conference met a resolution "That". the totalisator be legalisdd" was moved. This was objected to on. the ground ,thati'it. would mean the handiing over to. the clubs do the entire right to bet.. After an animated 'discussion in. the course of which' Mr .Holman denounced the introduction of the subject as un worthy ol the movement, an amend...
PATRIOTIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 13 April 1915
PATRIOTIC. SPORTS. The date of the Canberra Patriotic Sports has been definitely fixed for Saturday, 24th April. A varied-pro gramme has been carefully prepared and ati exceptionally energetic com mittee is in readiness to see that same is fully and successfully carried out. Novelties that were not to be seen at the last meeting will be witnessed at the forthcoming. The side show attractions are being got up on such an elaborate scale that they-in them selves will be sufficient to induce large patronage on sports day. The. jumble stall will be an additional at traction. Goods of every descrip tion may be purchased at most rea sonable prices.. Arrangements are being made in every direction for the convenience of the public. Convey ances will leave Queanbeyan Post office at 12.30 p.m. for Canberra at a reduced rate and those intending to make use of these are earniestly re quested to book their seats at the office of Mr. J. G. Harris. Remem ber the object of the sports is to save our ...