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RAILWAY TO CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
RAILWAY TO CANBERRA Considerable interest is being man ifested in regard to linking up towns with Canberra by railway. A con ference was held last PFriday In con section with the proposed Junee Canberra railway. Mr. J. Fitzpatrick pointed out that if the State Government was not favorable to the project, it would not pat Junee-Canberra out of court. The fideral Parliament had to approve oftthe route, and no small State sug gestion was likely to sway them. Aid. Hoad pointed out that the first stel was to get the line from Juas to.Guadagai. He knew that Mr. P. Mbloney, M.H.R., was .against a Yass route, but favored one from Wagga, or from Junee. Mr. J. Gardiner (Gundagal) favi *red an alliance: with Yass-a line fom Junee, via Nangus, Gundagal. Jugiong, and Yass." Such a line would be almost a straight one through from South Australia, and . wopld allow owners to. bring starving stock from Riverina. A line from Wagga, via .Tumut, meant bridges over Tar cutta, Hillas, and Gilmore creeks...
FEDERAL TERRITORY DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
FEDERAL TERRITORY DIRECTORY . Molonglo Progress Association: Secretary, R. Brown. Molonglo Rovers Football Club: .President, C. Chaulker, jun.; Secretary, G. Wellington. Federal Australian Rules Foot ;ball. Club: President, J. J. ,Dillon (Westridge) : -Secre tary, J. H. Tootell (Molon glo). . . Blandfordial Australian Rules Football Club-: President, T. -Saunders (The Gap); Secre tary, L. Brill (The Gap). Federal Territory Australian Rules Football League: J. J. Dillon (Westridge) ; Secre tary, J. M. Orr (Acton). Acton Australian Rules Foot ball Club (Premier Team, 1925, F.T.A.R.F. League): Patrons, Colonel Owen, J. H. Butters(Chairman Fed. Cap. Commission); President, J. C. Brackenreg; Secretary, E. V. Proctor; Treasurer, R. S. Soward. Canberra Branch A.L.P.: J. Harrington (Molonglo), Hilltop Tennis Club, Molonglo SSettlement.-President, R. Kerison; Secretary, F. D. Jenkin. The names of officials of sporting clubs and public .bodies are published in this-column free of charge Secre...
SERIOUS CHANCES Are taken in neglecting a simple case of Piles. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
SERIOUB CIIANCW M Are taken aI neglecting a simple case of Pies. --*--~ Any person takes serious chances in neglecting an attack of Piles. This ailment has a tendency to be come chronic, and there is also dan ger of ulceration and forming of Fistula, both very dificult to cure. The safest remedy for any form of Piles, whether Itching or Protrud Ing, is Doan's Ointment. In using it there is no detention from daily occupation, and the many cures made by -it have made it famous in every corner of the world. It en Joys a grater demand and more enthusmastic popularity than any other Pile remedy ever placed on the market. Here is a case: Mrs. E. Corey, Bent Street, Cooms says: "A member of my family used Doan's Ointment for Itching and Protruding Piles, and I am pleased to tell you that it completely cured him. Previous to buying this rem edy he tried all kinds of Ointments, but they gave him little or no relief. He was suffering terribly when he first applied Doan's Ointment and had litt...
WHEEL RIMS SHOULD NOT BE NEGLECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
WHEEL RIMS SHOULD NOT BE NEGLEChTED. The rim of the wheel is a part which seldom obtrudes itself, and being out of sight is also out of the motorist's mind too. Metal rims are prone to become badly rusted if the tyre is left on for long periods and the casing should be removed at in tervals of several months and the rim scraped clean and given a dress ing of, rim paint, which usually con tains graphite. Should you. have been forced at any time .to "run home on the rim" with a puacture, do not subeseqlaetly r~place the repaired tyre without Irst of all examiniag the rim. If it has beeom bat or distorted it I. very.eeesary to have it hammered hbek into -its right shape before tlai the tyre. • , ?
GUNDAROO v. YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
GUNDAtOO V. TARS 0. "aday last a Giadaroo tsrr ofer. Jifu)4- "to YaaudplayiPe a matek. sp~si Ysim enm tea jfrh ourts. -Aflr m. kly east btai gaug. sua-GroG worn by 14 .t . to 1t. hotel: Shea aid Kasumgg (Tmi) "v. Dy id sa WW. AUlesk (Quad..oo), --4; 34; .,. Nuha as Id. 1J itt. 140, '34; V. °. D!: - aid Uhsm . u44 6-4;.,. Dyhlid sad ft,7-,4 Aing`ring ssad Dward (Tam),v., Dyi sliad Use'. 4-4. 34~ v. Mar. jhyi1m-i Ultets. -.k 44V.--rs"
COMMONWEALTH LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
?OtMMONWEALTH IlOAN. Viscount Burnham, one of the Empire Press delegates now on a visit to Australia, is a grandson of Mr. Henry Lawson, founder of the London "Daily Tgle graph," the first penny paper to be published in Great Britain. Viscount Burnhamenow controls this great paper. He was a founder of the Em pire Press Union, and has been its president since 1916. When inter viewed concerning the Common wealth Loan, he said:-"There is an old proverb that says, 'Money either commands or obeys us.' I may be ex cused from any intention of intru ding myself into the public and pri vate affairs of the Australian people if I say that if they wish money to obey them in the sense of serving the Interests and advancing the welfare of the Commonwealth, they will be well advised in supporting what I see is called the 'carry-on loan.' The national debt of Australia is heavy, but it moves me to envy to think how much of it is represented by repro ductive enterprises on a huge scale, and how far ...
EASTLAKE C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
EASTIAKE C.C. "'-,-'zeetlng Ws" held on 3rd Sept. when thie followihg omcers were elected "for the forthcoming season: Patron: Dr. Clyde Finley. President: Mr. Trevillian. Vice-Presidents: Messrs. Hays and Johnson. Secretary: 'Mr. W. Tillie. Treasurer: Mr. J. Martin. Committee: Messrs. Limbert, May, Rogers Jolly, Nolan. Seiýetion Committee: Messrs. Coy, and :Martin, .aad the Captain. Captain: Mr. Wright.
CRICKET NEWS & NOTES ROYALLA v. TUGGRANONG. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
N ROYAL A . v GG ANONFS . yallal crickete Jnuroeye?to T ganoigg os Say03pt aid mnt the_ uggsauao .tma -:nI.a ºrieuy match.. A ine day's cricket resulted, the home team being victorious by 74 runs. 1ollowlag are the scores: TUGGRANONG-Wirst Inningss. E. J. Morrison, b'J'i M ?or ?i . 39 J. Edllaton, b Ryan. . .. . 8 8. Kelleher, b Ryan .... ... 1 F.' McGe. .. Twyford, b Ryan.. 10 J. Morifaon, sea., b Twyford . 2 H., Oldield, c Evans, b Twyford 4 H. Gi?egory, b Ryan .... :... 1 P, Byrnes, run oat ......... 1 A. OldSeld, b Ryan 0 J. Gregory, c C. Morrison, b J. Morrison ........ ... . R. Harris;? not out .. . .. .. 0 ndrie .. .... . ... 1 Total ... . 73 ROYALLhA-PFirst Inniags. L. W. Ryan, c J. Morrison, b J. Morrison . ... ....... 24 J. Gibbs, c Gailagher, b Edliggton 0 J. Morrison, b:e. Morrison . .. 3 P. Twyford, b P. Byrne ..... Si C. Morrison, c Morrison, b Gregory 22 J. Burke, b H. Odleeld .. .. .-. 14 'A. Evans, b E. Morrison .... 13 E. Blewitt, b J. G regory .. .... .. 3 T.. McN...
AINSLIE C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
AINSLIE C.C.. .. Thle, annual ,meeting wa? .??il at Pihe1 1nes; AlpMlie on .Monday night ad was well attended. Mr.; J. A. 6okthwell was .n the chair: ' The election of oibcers resulted as follows: Patron: Mr. R. Maloney. President: Mr. J. A. Southwell. Secretary: Mr. F. S. Southwell. :Treasauuer` Mr. 4lRead. DIl~tate: Mr. J. A. Southwell. Captain:s-Mr. J.- A. Southwell. Vice-Captains: Messrs. W. Maloney nad J. Reed.. It was resolved to holda: .working bee on the' ground nemit' 'Saturday morning to prepare the ground. "The iubseriptibn fee. was fixed at yI0b/, and the committee have the power to srikoeatevyfit necessary. The following donations were pro .ised: Mr. E. Q. Crace, practice net; ',sars. J: A. Soutpwrell 11/1/;, R. Maloney 11/1/, E. Shumack 10/6; P. 8. Seothwell, material for tool box; C. Phelan, labor in making tool On the motion of Messrs. '. Cox and Binns, the claub's appreciation ald' thanks wasl- ccerded the donors fQr;thelr generosity. . , Secretarite OVf C lbs are i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
HAYES & RUSSELL'S wh, Dependable Furnishings . fer Economically Priced prc pr( act HE.AVY TWISTED GRASS MATS, Sihe O x 54 .. . . .. . wa STENCILLED ORASS MATS, Mlae 80 x 85 .. .. .../... 9./6. pol me 271 . . COIR MATTING, PLAIN OR RED BORDER..: ... ::'. : / : * av. 271.. "HAIR" CARPET RUNNER .. . . .-. 6/. yard . 1_by 61.- . HALL LINOLEUM . . . . ... .. 5/11 yard,' cu. tai HEAVY TWISTED GRASS SQUARES, Sise.. x 9, 45/-; 9 x 12, 49/6 th: " . " . gi t* 61a. HOLLAND WINDOW BLINDS, Complete with Fittings, * ab g " GREEN AND BROWN ..... . . .. .... ;. .. ..;. 6/6 ~O: . po by eMOHAIR DOOR SLIPS, FRINGED, IN SAXE, GREEN, RED. la: e BLACK, BROWN, . .. .... ..... .. . . . .... . 6/6 each, *+ tol tTAPESTRY DOOR SLIPS, IN COLOURINGS OF GREEN .: " U1 VIEUX ROSE ANILSAXE ............ co In t- - COIR DOOR MATS, HEAVY QUALITY, from .... . ... . ?. :. -2/11 IAl tI BEST QUAITY SCOTCH IANOLEUMS, 6 Feet. .../ .i . . ...../ad a Ssa g IIH IIUII UN1M IIIUIII NIOIIIIUIU3IIINMi b . as Hl yes&...
LAND BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
LAND BOARD MEETING. A.meeting of the Local Land Board for the Land.. District of Queanbeyan will be held in the Court House at Queanbeyan on Mdnday, 28th Sept., commencing at 9.30 a.m., when .the 'following cases will be considerid: Application. for Settlement Purchase Permy Dennis Weaving, sett. pur., Jti?attland. S Appraisement of Capital Value. William Sibley, Cn. lease, 960a. Road Purchase Applications. S .Walter Thoms. William McEnroe. S Application for Addition to an Area J. V. "Hibberson, e.p. about 10 seas. "Mad millions" make their owners mad, You'll ne'er regret the wealth you Mere money cannot make you gla4, Is poverty alone is bliss-Eh, what! 'Whoa cuaghs and colds make life a If poor thl'woes of want you'll taste. Whatever lr* you lack, be sure Yea must have ,Woods' .Great Pep permint Cure.
HIGHWAYS REGARDED AS INVESTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
HIGHWAYS REGARDED AS INVESTMENTS. In all matters connected either directly or indirectly .with the motor industry, we in Australia *can find many an analogy for our present dif ficulties in the. problems :which have confronted the. U.S.A. So is it in the matter of roads and it is not going too far to assert that there is not a State in the Commonwealth which is not sorely perplexed how to find ready money enough to improve and develop its highways in the manner and degree which will most effectively help the expansion of pastoral in dustries and the settlement of out back areas. That the motor provides a solution for opening up this young land of promise is a fact too plain to need indication, but it is another matter to finance the road-building schemes which will help towards such an end. An analysis of the position will lead most thinking people to the belief that money spent on roads is invested and not as it were put down I the sink. In a report compiled by A. J. Breseau, one o...
LINKS WITH THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
LINKS WITH THE PAST. Occasinally one chances upon som' interesting relic of the early days of motoring in this country, and not long ago it was the good fortune of the writer to unearth at a private house a veritable museum of the dark ages of motordom. First of all there was a horizontally opposed kerosene engine designed and built by an Australian, now well known in the motor trade, over thirty years ago. The cylinders received their charge by injection, the fuel being fed by a small pump worked of the oamshaft. Then there were low ten sion magnetos of gigantic proportions and a front axle and wheels of an early model, the whole pivoting in the centre like the front axle of a buggy. Another amusing memento of the good old days was a stout leather wallet containing two steel bottles which were used for carrying compressed air for inflating the tyres. Who said that the motorists of yore did not know the first thing about comfort. But then, of course, their punctures were numerous. A...
THAT INSTRUCTION BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
THILT INSTRUCTION BOOK. When the book collectors of the next century cast round in search of rarities assuredly there will be no little demand for the instruction books of certain well known .makes of cars. It is a singular fact that some producers and distributors have been so reluctant to provide an abundant supply of the handbooks specially written for their own makes, of car and, to the difficulty of obtain ing such necessary literature many a foolish mechanical mistake on the part of the owner may be attributed. Now, however, it is becoming the general practice not only to give each purchaser of a new car, a book but also to lay in a reasonable stock to meet emergency demands. When the car owner gets an instruction book he should regard it as a precious volume and should, as opportunity offers read, mark, learn and inwardly digest its contents. Then, if he is a wise man, he will paste the lubrica tion chart on to a sheet of heavy cardboard and hang it up for ready reference in ...
TENNIS ST. GREGORY'S v. BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
ENNIS t ST. QREGOR vr. BUCiGKEDORE ~ ;.On Sunday last a most enjoyable * day's tennis. opk. place .on St. Gre gory's Tennis CoUrts-upoitlhe dcca sion of the visit of Bungendore Club. St.. Gregory's ran out winners after some exciting and keenly fought sets. Mrs. Gleeson provided the mid-day - hinch, and St. Gregory's ladies treated all the players to dainty afternoon refreshments which were much ap preciated. Play commenced at 11.30 and was adjourned at 1 p.m. for lunch. At 2 o'clock the players were again in action, and at six o'clock all concerned were quite satisfied to re tire until Sunday next when St. Gre gory's A Grade team of six gents and four ladies will Journey to Buagen dore, and Bungendore B Grade team - of six gents and four ladies will visit St. Gregory's Courts. Following is the result of the day's play: GENT'S DOUBLES. Hevern and Bopping v. McKie and Mathews,; -.. . " D. Wall and F. Cralgen v. Kennedy and. R. Edmonds, 2-.. J. Wall and A. Taylor v. McKie and Mathews,...
SUTTON LAYING FOUNDATION STONE OF NEW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
V LAYING POUNDATION STONE OP - NEW CHURCH. (Pre. elr e ýuwrepeat) On Saturday the 19th lmeste a e ry Ilalge sad repnmeotative rstbertg of te people of Betton and tCie emoeed eag leeslitis assembled at Settee, the oecasion being the formal laling of the foundation stoes of the New Chbrek of EFgland which is being ereeted by the Sutton parisbloners. The seremony was performed by the Rev. Canon A. H. Champion, M.A., R D., late rector ol Canberra Parieh. TIhe ritual for such ceremosee was reed by tRe. F. Ward, te presset rector, and Rev. Champios, and stirring addresse were delivered by both eontlemen, to which they Ittlqgly congratulated the Sutton people for the liberalsy and energy with which the good work bhls bees carried on. Mr. J. G. Harris, Mayor of Quese beyas, asesured the gathering of the sympathies, help and good wishes of the Queabeyan people in this good work. Mr. Colman, of the firm of J. B. Ye.ag LArd., said he hoped a Ireat benes to the Sutton residents by this new buil...
Death of Mr. W. A. Deans [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
lkeah of Mr. W. A. Deans Th&e dath l yestedrdap'gotie flg of am ? tai .I ll lw Lkieotlnous I l identities in the persom of Mr. W. A Deans. Though be he had been iadli posed for the past three weeks, duriug the latter part of which be was con oied to hlis ed, it was not thought that his end wras so near; but- -Meol :lapsed in the lard at the rear of the Scinol of Arts, the cause of death being heart failure. tore in David street, Edinburgh, in 1857, the subject of this obilu ry ,cmained in the Old Country til~ hI a ttain?cd the age of 21 years, follo6Kigy Oe tesu io. of d draper. Piir _i /s tar iii arrival in: Au?ralie * ofked LtTdTmottbdr , eventually +c?um! "o uni?b .? about 40 sw o.. Uo*etedFe- t?e employ of tShe late Mr.'J. J.'Wright; where be worked for a number of years, afterwards,: -oi CQ Qooens where he remiealedilr a shbor peri6 He returned to Qi7esonbysir, wherebhe worked in various loell slores ai draper. About 19 yeas-iag he' ac eepted the position as earetaker a...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 24 September 1925
t-c. -qM GoIEAL I Grand Ba1 tonaght in aid of Charch of "ugland Funds. ii ¬ Xbig seowing of ueality frocks, 4 let npes, is advertied in this issue by Mboee Saver Ltd. eARsiie Courts fer both the .Tar-. rouii ma Shhire and Qauesuabeya Mu nicipality, were held at the Court house this week. The rolls of elec tors were revised and certiSed to: by. the Police Magistrate. Mr. Adams. Three residents of the Federal Capital Territory were before Qean. I ia.n Pol.e Court this wink to s swer-chat?es of allowing stock toI re. :in the Territory. Defendants s pleaded guilty and were each ieedl 10/- and 8/- court costs. - e . rederick Ash' sven-storied balk j store ina Newcastle West was destroy id , iAre early on Tiesday moraeSg. I The wihle of the four wails collalied . and tell outwards,' but nobody ias d 1ired.c The damage is estlsatd e Quesabeyan Warrigals and Federal Rovers will stage another game in the t local Park on Saturday. The match t ill -be for the Gay Cap, which the t Rovers. won f...