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(Published by arrangement.) Victims of Outlaws [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
(hPabi bds bL arrangaat.) Victims of Oudtlaws "The 'sta of the Probhbitie move mnt" declares the Pliladellphl "hadger." "is a disgree asad a bumiliation to deeent Amerisans every where. It esue us to appear either monstrously bypocritical or futile beyond words sad the baled victims of thugs sand professional outlaws. The truth about Prohibition is clear for any one who has" the courage to con template it. Normally, the laws are enforeed through co-operatsIo between the polies sad the general public." Here, at the poils where he poli are mentioesd-not to their srmlit-by the "Ledmger," may be introduesd Police Captain Layne, of Sea Free cisco. " The records show." says he, "that more tha 50 per cent. of the ibedral force has been accused of dishboesty, bribery, extortion, suspicion sad col lusion with bootleggers." As for the isaneial side of tshe e foresment of Prohibition the U.S.A. Treasury Department has Issued a statisticle report for the iscal year 19,4 as follows: " Last year ...
Local Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
Local Market Report Messrs. Woodgers & Calthorpe held their sheep sale on Saturday, 31st instant. The 2000 sheep advertised were yarded and with a big attend ance of buyers a very satisfactory clearance was effected. Two small yards of 6 and 8 tooth wethers sold at 35/-; 200 merino wethers, 4, 6 and 8 tooth, late shorn, made 34/-; 100 mixed aged comeback and me rino ewes sold at 29/6. About 30 heifers sold from £4/13/- to £6/9/ for 11 fats. Prices all round were highly satisfactory. The same frm advertise a sale for the 14th instant when 2000 sheep will be yarded: over 1200 are already booked and further entries are invited. Their annual ram sale will be held on 21st February inst. at the Showground. PICTURE BOOK&--Newea snd Br1htet of stoeks at FIalek's Big Book shop, quesnea?am.
HOME [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
HOME. Do you desire to purehams a hore by easy payment? You may do ms by Jolanin the Argyle Starr-Bewkett Ballot and Sale Society, (Goulbar. Ballot Loans from S60 to S500 tree of Interest. eou may ale sap. plement your ballet lom by a loan of equal (or less) value sad thus double the ballot value of lesa you will receive when successful In the ballot. You may anticipate your chances in the Ballot by buying a loan-equal in value to shares held. JOIN OUR NO. 4 SECTION, sad avoid the payment of back subserip tions, when loan has been obtained. Full particulars on application. J. G. HARRIS, Quesubejs Asent.
Queanbeyan - Canberra Advocate. Incorporating the "Queanbeyan Leader." THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1925 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
teaubeyaa - Canberra Advocate. IsesporwtmS the "quesabeya Leader.* ~ RUlUSDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1925 LOCAL AND GENERAL The dates chosen for the annual Presbyterian Flower Show are 22nd and 23rd April next. On 26th February a grand opening ball will be held in St. Gregory's new hall. A euchre party and dance will be held in the Protestant Hall on the second night of the P. & A. Show, In aid of the funds of Christ Church. Woodgers & Calthorpe will sell the furniture and effects of the late Mrs. 1 N. Lazarus, next Wednesday, com mencing at 2 p.m. sharp, on the pre waiea, Macquoid Street. Don't forget the SOCIAL In aid of the Sweets Stall at St.Gregory's Ba Usar, Protestant Hall, TO-MORROW, Friday, 6th Feb. Tickets 3/-. * " t At 2.30 p.m. next Saturday, 20 head of fat and store cattle will be sold at auction at Land's Yards by W. n. Oldaeld. Triumph Pictures, TO-NIGHT. "Nero," 12,000 feet, a Fox master piece; "The Breathless Moment," 6000 feet, featuring William Des mend; Fox...
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
TELEGRAPHIS HEWS F SYDN T. thre?eW. Horace Edward Young, a sugar planter, of Sydney sad Bundaerg, who died recently, left an estate sworn for probate purpses at £82,126. Mr. Young left aumerous charity bequests, and 325,0H to be ia invested on behalf of his wife. A motor 'bus, contalning 30 pas songers, crashed over a 35 feet em bankment at Cremorne to-dy. A except two, who were slightly n- t Jured, had a remarkable escape. The driver of the 'bus, Thomas .Turnell, 40, sustained concussion of the brain. A motor 'bus and a motor car col lided this morning on th Parramatta e Road, near Haberfeld. Three per- , sons in the 'bud' were slightly in- tr ured. The allocation of the combined fr Federal and State grant for country St shires for roadmaking purposes has of been announced by Mr. Fitzpatrick, II Minister for Local Government. The w amounts available are £124,000 from 0o the Commonwealth and £132,750 ht from the State. St At Homebush sales to-day 18,729 m sheep were yarded, comprisi...
Family Settlement Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
Family -See dm Ia Otobsr of last year th Domesti Immirtiea Seiet reisved a hlea r from Miss Oladys Pots of thes for Overs Settlement of Brit b Womes stating that the Governmet b of the United Kingdom were not is 0 favor of young girls going to Ass tralia, exespt with their parents and d ruardians. The Domesti Imlmigratlom Soelehy had in hand 189.enomaintles from employers all over the 8tM for u domeeties, so seat these forward, through tshe Sate Migratio Depart meat to Australia House. Thi girls who will be seot in respose to tose nominations will all be placed i the tb eountry districts. II Knowing from wide experience bow a extremely difmcult it is to induee youag a domesics to remain in the country dis- w triots for any length of time, and real- . ising also that if it could be asesrtainesd t from overses that reliable families of i the rural working type, with daughters I I of a domestic age, were ready and wil ling to come to New Souih Wales, it h would be the most satisfactory...
CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1925. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Queanbeyan Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
CHCH NUICES SUNDAY, FBBRUARY 5. 1525. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. Qummeabma: 11, mad ?.8. Thurwb, a p.m. 3V. S. J. WUSg. OmbWea POOLt. t. Jes, Camabrm, 11 a.m. LO. BL..C., l0 s. madtrr, U p.m.t W S1, 7T.30 p.m. RIT. .1. Q. WARD.
TO PRESERVE EGGS that will POACH, BOIL or FRY [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
TO PESERVE E888 awl Uol w it Fm VO." aa star S t. hit s seb w?ed. It Lb role to se s doe m dmlts eit obiable frem the use of any ther prepare. dm. "OVO" STANDS ALONL. Every Sre?heeper in the State can obtain supplies eyou through any Wholýale Grocery Homes i Sydney or Newcastle. aEg put away i "OVO turn out perfect and may be poached, beiled or fried-they will als whip-up like new-laids. ^ "OVO" y 1gE now and so secure Winter spplis. Inst uoa "OVO." .Write for "'OVO" , it M AISOCI I, BROKERS LTD., 61 Marebt Swet, t •~~~~~ • ••li P,
OPEN COLUMN (To the Editor.) AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL IN CANBERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
OPEN COLUMN (Te the Editor.) AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALL IN CANBERRA. Sir-This game, which is purely Aus tralisa, made such a great hit here last season that is is expected that a larger number of teams will participate in the game this coming season, and also that the season will open much earlier this year. As club secretaries are moving in that direction already, an invitation has been extended to this Association to visit Wagga during the winter months. It is to be hoped that the invitation will be accepted as there are some great footballers at Wagga. It will be remembered that Canberra players crowned themselves with glory in Sydney last year, and I expect them to do the same at Wagga if they go there. I would like to see a first-class team visit Canberrb during the season to show the general public, who have never seen Australian Rules Football played as it should be played, that it is the great Australian game which we have always claimed it to be. It is my intention to publis...
Criminal Immigrants [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
Is snameia Jobsn uller sad Charles Vr to so Ie jears' peal sr risade fora erious omses eosmtltd ai Oaklamd, Judge Bvse, as She Yeas Quarter eissios, said that if iami. greate wee to be admiite to Ausrll in large amumbers Shus should be som test aso their mssalily for es thig, and thels codof moerality for amoshr; aN a m eoervird of eas fes fibs this should be dspurtd. His ?ower said dlinS he the, should heo .ere of low ms liy, ad hi wah physleal or inastl waklis·ge. It Austraill, now peopled with a rae e high iasellsses. was io be oesr-m by imm.Igvmase lew mia, the l. ~se raeis aght well ? e edms This wu a maný r of gum saes, sad he mull wish thist is we -i n "The smanll lr inM ," a gp. aihgt ads y, twelets a g kms mssi , b - M ·
Leaving Politics [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
LeaIm g Polis Colonel Rutledge, Progressive ma ber for Gonlburn gave,. ai aell as Thursday, records te. "'Cobsrgo Chronile." He was on his way from Bega to Narooms sand bd as d# panioo Mr. W. W. edges, who is en nouneed as a Progressive esedidats for Goulbrs eas as asst 1Stae else. tion. Colonel Raluldge lforms us that e leaves for s2 ameel ' trip to Eogland is April next and his politieal career for the presset will end with the expiry of tbi sti1ing ParlialmeS. Bodh getll ems expee sorrow at the death of Mr. Jack O'Rielly, and 116e1 Sed to tm greoss vale of his plaleorm work to Lb Progressive Partu as lasr eleelion.
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
RIFE QSIOOTIl The heestg by UmbWrs of the Qaesabsa Rile Club sa WedUasde aftermoam was for the chamlplahip mua saumal asureate prism. Comit tios were 1o seat at6 ards. A. I Faliekn mad Vie. Suathwell was the nasl e brises. se rs: *Fas BEd. TL. A. alit ...... 45 as 4 Vie. s ,twel .,. 44 1 45 K. sthel ... 41 44 G. GOri.r .... 41 8 44 H. C.Tayler .. 41 U 41 A. Grea ..... 41 ma 41 5. aImmib ..« 86 1 St
Gundaroo Sport CRICKET CHALLENGE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
Gundaroo Sport ' CRICKET CHALLENGE MATCH. The much talked of cricket match was contested in the local park on Sunday when Afeck's Eleven met and defeated the Gundaroo cricketers. Ameck's team winning the toss, de cided to bat, the leading scorers being V. Maloney, W. Maloney and P. C. Byfleld. The team compiled 107. Guadaroo then batted and were dis posed of for 77. Keith Lees and H. Dyee top scoring for their side A pleasior feature of Ameek's team, was, with few exceptions, their brilliant fielding. Amfleek's eleven again batted and at the drawing of stumps had lost three wickets for 195 runs. The veteran cricketer and good sport, Dick Maloney, together with Mr. Muffet acted as umpires in a fair and creditable manner. The largest crowd ever seen at a cricket match as Gundaroo was present and a lot of good-humoured barracking was in dulged in. Following are the sores: APFLECK'S ELEVEN. W. Maloney, b H. Lake ..... . 1 Ted Maloney, lbw, b J. Alehia .. 10 W. Afleck, c F. Dyce, b H. La...
Royal Show Schedule £12,000 PRIZE MONEY CUPS, TROPHIES AND MEDALS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
Royal Show Sbchedule £1,000 PRIZE MONEY CUPS, T)OPHIES AND MEDALS The schedule of prises for tdm Royal Sydney Show, 1925, has been issued. The book is attractively got up, the cover in three colors depicting a stock man doing the rounds of as out-back station. The prize money is on the usual liberal scale and several addi tional classes have been added to the various sections. The Department of Defence has again donated a special prize of L50 for thoroughbred stallion most suitable for begetting horses up to the standard required for military purposes. The prize money in the maiden hunters contest has been in creased from 15 guineas to £40. Two handsome cups are ofered in borse section, one valued at 10 guineas by Mr. W. H. Whiddon for champion pony stallion and one assesssed at 15 guineas to be called the " H.M. Somer Memorial Cup "' for champion harness horse. In the cattle section there is a 100-guinea prize for pen of three fat steers of any·pure breed or first cross of any two ...
UNCEASING MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
UNCEASING MISERY. There is little sleep, little rest, little peace, for many a suferer from kidney trouble. Life is one contin ual round of pain. You can't rest at night when there's bakhache. You suffer twinges and stabs of Ipaa, annoying urinary disorders, lame ness, and nervousness. You can't be comfortable at work with dart ing pains and blinding dissy spells. Neglect these ailments and serious trouble will follow. Begin using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills at the first sign of disorder. Thouusads have testified to their merit. Mr. E. Swan, Surveyor Street, Queadbeyan, says: "Two years ago I took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for an attack of kidney trouble and they cured me and I have had no return of the complaint since. My health was very indifer eat before I took Doan's Pills and I knew, from symptoms present that my kidneys were the cause. I had a nagging ache aeross the small of my beck which handicapped me a lot as I could not stoop or move freely without increas...
Molonglo Settlement [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 February 1925
(Prem ear Crefgese.) O( wSp,1 lM ebruary h Can bhrn brach o the A.LI. head b halfpearly mveting and the folloeing dUos henrers wer.elo o d : PrIdmt, Mr. W. WBoss; vi.peel dmse, Meoers. J. Aets eand J. W. eiauga; mrary, Mr. J. Harringten; minmu )8etary Mr. IEly; tess. umr, Mr. J. H. Tooeil. A very important reselution was arried that the asee?etry ges Ie in with all ? setlaives of the various Trades ad Craft Uiot U e hroghe the Federal area for the perpoe of Iorming a District Labor Council with a view to ending any further vietimis aiso on she Tewritory. Also, dealing with a ese of vieimisation of eorade J. Duna who has be.n denied the right to ara his living on the Federal. He is a mrried mss with sine children who are in very urgent need of assist nses, sad a suabsription list opened here met with immediate isensss. This brnchb, whieh I. rapidly growing, to looking forward to the time when all who reside in the Federal area will regain what all other Australian sill zeus enjoy, th...