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District News. CAPTAIN'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 16 April 1915
District News. CAPTAIN'S FLAT. The long spell of dry weather was broken a few days ago by a bountiful downpour of rain. Never was it more needed. All signs of grass had disappeared. and cattle and sheep were beginning to show the effects of the drought. Now, however, there is a chance of a little sheep feed ap pearing before winter, and our farm" ers will be able to plough and sow for the coming spring. The Easter Monday sports and ball in aid of the local Catholic Church were a great success both so cially and financially. From the moment it was decided to hold a sports meeting and ball, the commit tee left no stone unturned to make the affair a great success. In their efforts they were ably assisted by their splendid secretaries Mrs. N. Hogan and Mr. W. Naylor. There is no doubt that this lady and gentle man contributed in no small measure to the great success of the sports and ball. It was a most gratifying spec tacle to see how the members of other demoninations assisted those o...
IT COMES MANY WAYS. But However it may Come the Remedy Reaches All. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 16 April 1915
IT COMES MANY WAYS. But However it may Come the Reimedy Reaches All. . .Kidny complaints mnay begin from many sources, such as a cold, injury .by, accident, or the result of other complaints.; ,However it may come, Doan's Backache Pills always cure. Let" this fact be an ever present memor.y with .you.. 'All sufferers should be interested in the.following VMr W. A. Parker, Monaro Street, SQueanbcyan, says:: 'Iobtaincd a b'oi tile' of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills an dthis medicine :proved the very ;thing; I .needed for pains in: the small of thy back.. I had suffered terribly with headache, and could- not get anything: to ielieve .the pain. How ever, I have been -quite free :from this trying ailment ever since- I used 'Doan's Backache'Kidney Pills. They are splendid', Pills and " should! be used by. all. sufferers, for 'backache nisvery trying:andtakes all the life and energy ?out. of one. Mr. Parker makes' a. second statement ten' years later: "Don's ---Backache . Kidney "Pills did:t...
Valedictory and Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 16 April 1915
Valedictory and Presentation. Owing to the resumption by the Commonwealth Government of the lands within the territory of the seat of Government in the Federal Capi tal area, many of the pioneer fam- ilies of the Queanbeyan district have been compelled to seek "fresh fields and pastures new." Those who have helped to "'blaze the track" in the early days and have reaped the &nbsp; reward of their labors, made happy homes and reared, respectable fam- ilies and been contented and happy in the knowledge that they have suc- ceeded in life, have been compelled to leave their old homes and break with the happy associations of their early days. One by one the old families are being dispersed, from our midst, and the link that bound them together broken by the ac- quirement of their old homes, by the establishment of the Federal Capital in our district. &nbsp; The Sheedy family of 'Narrabun- &nbsp; dah, who are well and favorably known throughout the district, are amo...
THE Queanbeyan Age, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1915. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 16 April 1915
FRIDAY, APRIL 16,, 1915. NEWS AND' NOTES. The Rai!lway. Departmient anqounces the issue' of -cheap tickets to Melbourne by train leaving Queanbeyan at 9.25 p.m. on Wednesday, April 4it. .i 24 The nett proceeds of the recent: patriotic ball,.promoted by Mr. A: G. McKealinie at Cuppacumbalong, amounted .to over; £6o. Everybodyrs .doing it I .What? ::,hy; buying a, ticket for the. Flower Show pn' 21st and 22nd: ',:. . The' tennis- match between the Officers' Mess and Queanheya i, fixe~t for to-mokrow, has been postponed uptil afuture date. T'he-c cale epotst :to.t0oeroiw and :ancy dress .football; iatch pronmuie to bex big' success. The towd .:ban d will lead - pro cession froiii'thlc bridge tomtlie Parkr. when the prograemme ,:rill be immediately coat. menced. :. .The TowitiBqund w'ill give:aurecital in the Park on Sunday' afterpoon at 3.3o.+- The programme is specially sele'ted and will be appropriate for the occasioh. The meeting convenied' py. the Dun'trboi, Soccer Football Club fd...
BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 16 April 1915
BUNGENDORE. Our popular townsman, Mr. Dan Chinnery, has leased the Royal Hotel and takes possession from the 1st May. As both Mr. and Mrs. Chin- nery are very popular no doubt they will command a fair share. of sup- port . We wish him success in his new venture.. A strike occured for a few days amongst the rabbiters. They asked for higher prices and it was event- ually settled by the firm agreeing to give 5d and 2d per pair. The freez- ing works are now in full swing and the men engaged are making a fair rate of wages. Some of the finest tomatoes I have ever seen grown here were shown by Mr. T. Hyles of Felled Timber who brought some to town last week. They are of large and even size, firm and beautifully flavoured and belong to the well-known Ponderosa variety. &nbsp; The weather for the past couple of days has been lovely, but last Sunday was as bad a day as we have exper- ienced with heavy wind and dust storms. Report of weddings held over till next issue. &nbsp;<...
SMITH—MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 16 April 1915
SMITH-MURPHY. Miss May Murphy, late of Captain's Flat and Mr. Reuben Smith, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith of this town, were married by the Rev. Mr. Champion in St. Phillip's Church of England, on Tuesday, 6th April, Miss Vera Smith was bridesmaiid and Mr. H. McKie was best man. The wed ding breakfast was served at the resi dence of the bridegroom's parents. The happy couple left the same even- ing for their new home at Currandooley. Many useful presents were received by the bride. Pen troubles disappear where the Onoto Self-filling pen is introduced. Sold by Fallick & Sons, Queanbeyan, at the city price of 12s. each.
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1915. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 20 April 1915
CHURCH NOTICJS. SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1915. Church of England. 'Christ Church, Queanbeyan. Queanbeyan-8a a.m., H.C. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. Gordon H. Hirst, Th.IL. St. John the Baptist's Church, Can * berra,-11 a.m. Duntroon-,7.30 p.m. Rev. F. G. Ward.
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 20 April 1915
ThN NIS. The Federal Lawn Tennis Association co mmenced their annual fixture on Satur day. April10 The following are the results of theMatches: Officers' Mess v. Canberra-Won by the latter. Scores: Stanley and Miles v. Rot land and Green 3.6. 6-5, 6-5; Stanley and Miles v. Brown and Lynch. 3-6 6-2. 2-6; Davies and Haydon v. Brown and Lynch, 2-6, 3-6; Davies and Heydoni v. Rolland ana Green, 1-6 z-6. Sergeants' Mess v. Second' Class Staff Cadets-won by the latter. Scores: Gyton and Laffan v. Taplin and Bridgeford 3-6, 4-6; Gyton and Laffan v. Jenkins and Mil ford, 4-6, 6-2, 6.5; Yates and Serisier v. Jenkins and Milford, 6-3. 6-3; Yates and Serisier v. Taplin and Bridgeford 3.6, 3-6. Fourth Class Staff Cadets v. Qneanbeyan -Won by the latter. Scores: McDougall and Murdoch v. Woodward. and Sanders, 5-6, 1-6; McDougall and Murdoch v. Cripps and Johns, 5-6, 2-6; Plowipan and Crellin v. Cripps and Johns 6-1, 6.4; Plowman and Crellin v. Wood aard and Sanders 2 5, 4-6.
Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 20 April 1915
Presbyterian. Gundaroo-10.30. Canberra-3 p.m. Queanbeyan-7.30' Rev, A, G. Mackintosh-Carter. Methodist. .Queanbeyan-11- a.m. Queanbeyan 7.30 p.m. Wattle Park-11 a.m. Wattle Park-7 p.m. Woodfield-3 p.m. * Duntroon, R.M.O-10 a.m. Cotter-3 pm. Canberra, 7.30 p.m. A Reliable. Courier your envelopo must be. It is handled many times over, bumped and rumplod often be £ore it reaches its destination. It must be strong to stand all this-it .nud be reliable. Fallick's envelopes are made from good quality paper, a curately' made, and well gummed, Fo- the Best Envelopes go to Fallick *ri Sons, Qucanbeyan. Pen troubles disappear where the Onoto Self-filling pen is introduced. Sold by Fallick & Sons, Queanbeyan, at the city price of 12s. each.
PUBLICITY HURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 20 April 1915
PUIBLICITY IUlRtTS. "It seems that so-called 'German 'ympathisers' have addressed the Nation al Board of Moving Picture Censorship in the United States requesting that body to refuse approval of certain films s7lowing the destruction of villages and cities of Belgimn. They will find that the United States is a free country and everyone is anxious for the truth.''-"Quebec Province." ,
WAR NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 20 April 1915
WAR NEEDED. "'My conviction is that, front a moral point of view, Europe needed the war in order to get rid of an enormity of pomp, snobbery; carelessness, and animalism, much in the same way as the eruption of a crater tells of inward convulsions come to a head and prevents still more wholesale destruction.'"-Rev. Hugh 1. l'hapman, Chaplain of the Chapel Royal, Savoy.
NO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 20 April 1915
NO. "'Nobody ever wanted to see a sud den rush to the churches from an af fected penitence which was not there, oi to plead for victorT to the same God Who was being similarly approached by the enemy. But were I asked if, in my opinion, the British had become sudden ly solemnised, my answer would be "No.'"-Rev. Hugh Chapman, London.