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SHIRE COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
SHIRE COUNCIL SPECIAL MlEETING. WEDNE3DEY, JANUARY 13, 1915. Pussrm?r:-Cra. Falconer (President) Mc. Innes, Kelly, Keeffe and Cra.e. The minutes of the previus meeting were read and confirmed. A report was read from the sanitary in spector relative ti a case of typhoid at Bun gendore. - On the motion of Crs. Kelly, seconded by Cr. McInnes, the report was received and adopted. The Council, on the motion of Crs- Crace and Koeffe, then went into committoee to deal with irregularities in time sheets of T. Pratt, H. Lewis and MI. Nash. After heariug explanations from the em ployees mentioned, the Council having re sumed its sitting, Cr. Crace moved that Ganger Pratt, and Labourer Lewis be dismissed from the ser vice of the Council, and that Labourer Nash be severely censured, it being his first offence. Seconded by Cr. Knlly and carried. SMoved by Cr. Crace,sea:lmded by Cr. Keeffe and carried, that the correct time sheets be entered up and certified to by. the ganger and laborer concerne...
Triumph Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
Tri iniph Pictures. THa feature screening at the Trium h Picture Palac'e:to-morrow night Ill be- Bird of Prey. A: Wife fo'ra Wager, Cowboy, ,Unfit, and W te man's WayiIndian drama, sho ld be Very pleasing to watch. "~ he comedy secti6n is well. represen ed. in Silence for Silence anid Court ng Betty's Beau. Something specl is protnised in the Warwick Chroni e a topical war budget ini which ca 'be seen the dangers throu'gh which the photographer must go to get t ese pictures. .The Musical Clock s a comic: The .musical .program is very. select and an illustrated' s g, "Thei.Holy- City ' by Hiss air shotild:prove'an- interesting item Tenders are invited in this c sue for'the rent of a -fariu at Ginind ra. Particulars;may be had from-M ..E. E. Morgatn. The Conrad Power Dramatic o., appearin the Protestanit-Hall to- ght. The -company are :deserving f a btuhhper house.
Sick Headache. WOMEN SUBJECT TO FREQUENT THROBBING, BURSTING HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
Sick Headache. WOMEN SUBJECT TO FREQUENT ' THROBBING, BURSTING.HEADS.. ; "My sister first recommended Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills to my no tice when subject to distressing Bill ous Headaches," writes Mrs. Annie (Gill of 98 Victoria Street, Lewisham,. N.S.W. "I tried many assumed remo dies for this complaint, but found no :thing to equal Dr. . Morse's Indian Root Pills. Latterly I(have been. freed from my former Bilious bouts, but, nevertheless, I consider it expe dient to keep them in my house in. .:case of need. I am a mother of two' children and offer you my permisslon. to "use this testimony for publica "tion.'" There's many. a' cause. Men are not often troubled by * Headaches;: when they are it is generally due, to Biliousness or .'Indigestion. But. ,.?.women have headaches which seem. peculiar to their sex, frequent throb bing headaches. Does it not seem. that such headaches peculiar to women must be at opce related to" womanly disease? Women who suf fer with diseases peculia...
Canberra. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
Canberra. PRESENTATION. Tr?x Residency, Canberra, was visi ted on Wednesday by a large number of the friends of Mrs. C. R. Scrivener who had met to make a presentation to that estimable lady on her impen ding-departure from the district. It fell to the lot of Mrs. Broinowski to present Mrs.. Scrivener with a hand some solid silver tea service, suitably inscribed, as a memento of their good wislies, Mrs. Broinowski, in'agrace-: ful speech, referred to the many ex cellent qualities of the departing guest, and her own and friend's regret at her departure. She expressed the best of good wishes to herself and family, trusting that health and much happi ness would be experienced by her in the years to come- Mrs. Scrivener, who.was evidently taken by surprise, feelitigly replied, stating how much she felt: at leaving Canberra, and- hoWv words failed to express 'her apprecia tion. The gift would always grate-. fully remind her' of her friends at Canberra, and especially of that after noon's...
Point in Rabbit Destruction. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
Point in Rabbit Des truction... AN important point was decided by the Gundagai Bench. in a case in. which the Pastures Board proceeded against O. S. M'Kinnon for failing to destroy rabbits on his holding be tween October 14 and December 6 last. The solicitor for the defence raised the point that the Minister's proclamation in respect to non.de struction of rabbits within 25 miles of a freezing works cancelled the former proclamation under which the board prosecuted. The solicitor for the board contended that the Minister could not alter an Act by proclama tion, and, even if it were so, the offence of :he defendant was hardly committed before the proclamation was made. The Bench overruled the point, and inflicted a fine of 42.
Preserve your Sight. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
- Preserve your Sight. Theo eyesight is the most precious of gifts Impaired or defective eyesight is a serious n ifatter. To need glasses and not to-get them 'is risking health. ,To get glasses that ar not pLrfectly adjusted and fitted, is to make a bad matter worse. By special training and years of experience, we can give you glasses that precisely fits your needs. ;ltesidonts of this district should not lose the opportunity of consulting Sydney's leading Opticians, ERNEST BOSCH, of 14 Mlartin Place, Sydney,
Majura. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
Mlajilra. Your W\ceangara scribe in mak ing re?crence to my notez in a recent issue of your raper, re the acquisi tion of the whea.tt by the Govern ment, ,ays that my memory must be .adly astray when I say that during my 50 years residence in this local tity I never heard'of anyone getting 5/- a bushel for their wheat; and that he reccllects tome getting 12/ and that he did not go back 50 years for that figure; and that it was in 1865 that the foregoing was raid in this district. Well, if my good friend will look it up he will find tlhat the year mentioned is just 50 years back and that it was a year of great. drought, and very little wheat was grown in this district. As for the other fancy prices men tioned I have not heard of anyone getting them in this locality. But one thing I am sure of, and that is that 5/- or upwards has not been a general thing at any given time within the 1ast 50 years. Therefore I think the action of the Government. in fixing the price at the figure- is gi...
It Comes Many Ways. BUT HOWEVER IT MAY COME THE REMEDY REACHES ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
It Comes Many. Ways. 13ur HOWEVER IT MAY CoM? TUE REMEDY REiACHES ALL, KInEYr complaint may-begin from many sources, stuch as cold, injury by n- oaoident, or the result of other com plaints.. However it may come, Doan's Backacho Kidney Pills always cuie. Let this fact be an over.presonLmemory with you. All the sufferers should be interested in the following : Mr W. A. Parker, -Monaro St., Queanbeyan, says: " I obtained a bottle of Dean's Backache Kidney Pills,.and this medicine proved the very thing I needed for pains in the bhack. I ;had suffered terribly with headache, and could not get anything 'to relieve the pain. However I have been. quite free of. this trying ailment eever since I used Doan's BackaRhe Kid ney Pills. They a'resplendid pills, and lshould be used by all sufferers, for Sbackache is very trying, and takes all the life and energy out'of one." Mir, Parker makes 'a second statement teni years later: " Doan's Backanhe Kid. nay Pills did their-work. well in my case. Th...
Latest War News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
Latest War News. Pad weather. cays the official bul letin from Paris, has interfercd with operations idong nearly the whole battle front. Severe fighting raged near Soissons for the possesion of a hill. -There were some success3s on both sides. Despite the stubborn fighting by the Turks in their rearguard action at Karghan the advantage remains with the Russians. The British authcrlt'es at Cairo consider that an attack on Egypt from Syria cannot long -e deferred. There has been generali~r-a marked chb-nge in the tone of the German press. It is declarcd that if Ger many is defeated it is impossible that she can pay an indemnity. Five British doctors I-ave b-en re leased after five months capt'vity at Magdeburg. The Italian war loan has been largely over subscribed,. Two'German submarines which en deavored to enter Dover Harbor were repulsed. There are many rumors of airships over the Channel. North-nast of Soissors;' the Ger marns have \iolently bombarded the Allils' posi:ions. Tl-e ...
SHEEP VALUES IMPROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
SHEIEP V AL UES IMPROVE. LIGHT supplies had afirming effect: on sheep values at H" mebush last Monday.. Winchcomnbe, Carson Ltd. report that prices regained -ome of the: ground. lost on ° the previous Thursday. --Results generally showed an advance of from 6d to gd per head. North and- north-western districts coutributed the majorityiof thepriine liues forward.- The buying power present was strong. Crossbred weth ers made to 25/8; and crossbred ewes to 2Of4 Good plain cookl and housemaid wanted for hotel. Annual meeting of the P. &:A. Association on January 29.., The dates for the Autumn show are th :16Ih and I th March. The contractors for'the extensions and. repair of the Commercial Bank are pushing on the. work. SU .. Advance sitbscriptions to theo AG1, yearly and quarterly, are now due .
Queanbeyan Age, WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED QUEANBEYAN TIMES, BUNGENDORE MIRROR AND CAPTAIN'S FLAT MINER FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. The Autumn Show. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
WITH WHVICH ARE INCORPORATED QUKANDEYAN TlIMES, UIUNOENDORE IUIRROIt AND CArPTrAIN' FLAT DMINER SFRIDAY. JANUARY 15, 1915. The Autumnii Shlow. AT a coimmittee meeting of the P. & A. Association yesterday it was resolved to hold an aut uimn show onwthe 16th and 17th March. Of course it is to be expected' that some chronic grumblers will be found critici sing the action of the commit-. tee., Nevertheless, we venture to say the step is a move in the right.direction, irrespective of the views of those pessimists who apparently are " agin the government" in anything per taining to the advancement and welfare of the town and district. ,Certainly we are now passing '::.through a critical time owing to the effects of the .war; and we admit there is not muchk tifile to permit of arranging the'very manyi; details in: cnnection with the' successful' conduct of a show :: Nevertheless we hope one and all will work together :..:and endeavour -to make the Sshow a success. This can only be ...
P & A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
P & A. Associationl. A MEETING of the committeeo of the above was held at the School of Arts yesterday after noon, there being present Mr. It. Moole (proe sident in the dbair),R. FallickE. E. Wicks, Jno. Knox, it. McDonald, W ?. I. (Gale. E. E. Morgan, W. E. Oldfleld, C. T. Campbell, F. G. Sullivan, Thos. Coleman jun., and the Seoretary; Mr. J. G. Harris. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Messrs. Wicks and Oldfield. Correspondence Was road as follows: From the Yass Association notifying that the 20th and 30th September had been fixed for their next shlow. From Measrs. Tucker & Co, forwarding £2/2/- donation promised by their reprosen. tative, Mr. Knowsley. From W. lhshuell, Goulburn, offering £5 for the so!e rigl:t of Merry-go.round at next show. From Mrs. Norm-sn enquiring about fruit and soft drinks stails. From a Sydney firm stating they had no knowledge of giving a special prize to the show. A letter wase also read notif...
Gleanings from all Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
Gleailugs fr'om all Sources. Sparrows are attacking the local tomato crops. Small fish are biting well in the Qauan beyan river.- 'i " Starlings are- becoming a bi,r peat in Qucanbeyan. Sale time at Mesars. Hayes & BuRaell's. Be alert and shop early to snap the many bargains. The Yarrowlumla Shire Council are invi ting applications for the positions of main tenance man and labourer. April 28th and 29th are the dates selected by the Presbyterians for their annual chry santhemum show. - r i i s Mr. J. G. Harris directs attention to the requirements of the income tax law, and proffera his assistance to those troubled thereby. Messrs. J. B. Young & Co's special sample sale commences to-morrow. Bargains in all Idepartmentsar ardvertised. Candelo residents are promoting a big art union to reduce the debt on the Literary Institute. Several have gi'en valuable prizes towards it. An old saying "painting the town red," but Messrs Hayes 6d Russell are painting their shop red wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 January 1915
Hrderns' Summer Fashion SBook* Is a faithful guide to the Summer Styles and will save you sovs. Write for a Copy post free o on request. a Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd. Only Universal Providers New . Palace Emporium Bricklield Hill, Sydney Always on hand, PRIME OIHAFF, ,; MAIZE (Cracked and Whole) OATS, WHEAT, RYE, etc. FLOUR,; 1RAN & POLLARD POTATOES, ETC. All Produce Bought and Sold for Cash. Highest Cash Price given for all kinds of Produce, Skins and Wool. Agent for The Royal Insurance Co. Telephone-Store No. 27, House No, 2 J O-H1N KNOX, PRODUCE STORES, Opp. Solomon's. Ionaro-st., Quoanbinyan. Model Carriage Factory. SULKIlES BUILT from £15. PAINTED from 35s. A LL Classes of Vehicles Built, Painted or Exchanged. Tyros and Axles all sizes in stock. Second-hand Sulkies and Spring Carts on'-hand.. Tyres and Ironwork re newed at Shortest notice. Quality, Work manship, Attontion, luarantoed. W. WOODFIELD, Coach PalMi?-ir;:- ? MONARO STRICiET, QUEANBEYAN. JOHN FOWLIE, B...