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Modern Building Material. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
Modern' Building: Material. Anyone who anticipates' building should: make enquiries regarding'" Poilite" asbes tos cepuent sheets an-i tiles. It is claimed for I'oilite that for low cost, quickness and cleanliness of erection; appearance. and serviceability, it is the last word 'in, building materials, being as serviceable asi stone and'as cheap ssiveatherbcard. Noyes Bros. of Sydney, handle Poiiite, and would doubtless send full particulars on request.. Tho' distrust may. submit each newiv claim to dispute, Unanimity ever prevails . Where years of ittegrity build, up' repute. i Of a medicine that al Nays avails.? Such decisions are rare, and the uceptics beware Lest vile frauds should their favors allure For they know the sad dearth in^ such treasures are worth, . - As Woods' Great'Pepepermint ure. :" The "AGE" is the medium "for your' advertising. Each copy, , is a salesman for' you,. and tells your story , to - if . prospective customer in" person, '2B :.advertising in the "AGE" ...
GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
CUNDAROO. " Quite a pronounced Isuccess in every respect," was the general ver dict in connection with the ball held in the local hall on Friday night last in aid of' the Belgian fund.. The greatest possible praise is .due to the committee, and especially to the joint secretaries. Miss Ruby Booth and Miss Mary Morgan, who put.in a great amount of work in organising and carrying through the function to a'successful issue. Gunning,; as usual, was particularly well represented at the dance ; in fact the remark was passed that it was easier to get Gun ning folk to attend a dance at'Gun daroo than in their own township. We of '.' The Centre." regard this as a decided, compliment, and are pleased thereat. ,,On Friday night Bungen dore, Gininderra and Collector were also well represented. The hall was. crowded with'dancers, and looked at its best, having beeri tastefully decor ated with.,flags, among which the Belgian colors showed prominently. The catering "was in the hands of a Gnhning f...
The Courts. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915. FAILING TO SUPPRESS AND DESTROY RABBITS. FINES AGGREGATE £68. INSPECTOR NEVELL WINS DEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
The Courts. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915. EAILING TO SUPPRESS AND DESTROY RABBITS. FINES AGGREGATE £68. INSPECTOR NEVELL WINS DEFENDED CASES. Wednesday was a regular "Field Day" at the local court, when Mr. A. H. Nevel]. stock inspector, proceeded against a number of persons for failing to fully and continuously from time to time suppress and de stroy by all lawful means at their own cost and in accordance with the requirements of the Queanbeyan Pastures Protection Board as speci fied under Section 61 of Act No. 35 of 1912, all rabbits which from time to time may be upon their lands. John Gregory pleaded guilty. Arthur Henry .Nevell, stock in spector, stated that rabbits were numerous on defendant's holding at the time of his visit of inspection. Some hand poisoning had been done and a wire-netting fence erected along the boundary. He understood from defendant that he intended getting more netting to complete the boundary fence. Defendant has only a small holding. Fined '£5, 10/6 profess...
District News. WEETANGARA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
District News. WEETANCARA. I your issue of of the 3Gth ult. appears a lengthy letter by Mr. j. G. Harris. -It is a pity that he did not give the names of those who have abandonea their farms through the impossible terms imposed by the Federal authorities. All those men tioned by him are farmers of long standing, though some of them cul tivate very little. .Is Mr. Harris aware that. if the:resumption notices had come a few motnhs earlier sev eral of those mentioned would not have cultivated any land this year. He talks about the liberal manner in which the authorities are treatmg the holders. Ah, yes. We see these liberal methods in the Blundell and Perrott cases. The example he gives of a man making £120 the first year and £40 subseqent years by excess of interest over rent brings to my mind the story of a well-known gentleman who at one time held a Government position. He made ex haustive inquiries of several prac tical farmers and in every instance brought out a handsome profit on...
MAY—XXXI Days. Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
MAY-XXXI Days. . Phasee of the Moon. 'dh.L. m. Last Quarter 6 3 23 pmE. New' Moon... 14 1 81? pn. First Quarter 22 2 50 pa. Full Moon ... 29 7 33 au.. SYDNEY STANDARD TIMI. S' I ( .k It - .m.,I a.m. I p.m[ p .m 1 8 6 28(5166 6 141 817 2-Sun 6 285 16( 7 15 9 30 3 Mon6 29 5 15 8 21 10 37 4 Tus 6 30 5 141 9 31' 1133 5 Wed 631 5 13 10 41 ! 6 Thu 6 32 5 12111 47 1257 7 Fri 6 33 511 an!. .1 28 8 Sat 65 34(5 1012 49 :156 9Sun 6 35 5 9 148 2 22 10 Mon 6 36 5 8 2 46 246 11 Tues 6 36 5 7 3 4 3 12 12 Wed 6 375 6 4 40 3'40 13 Thu6 37 5 5 5 39 4 9., 14Fri 638 5 5 6 3 445 15 St 6 3815 4 7 35 5 24 16 Sun 6 39 5 3 8 31 6 10. 17 Mon [6 39 5 2 9.24 7 1 18 Tues (6 40 5 2 10 12 7 56 19 Wed (6 41 5 1 10 55 855' 20 Thu 6 43 5 .0 1131 9 6 .20 Thu 6 43 5 .0 1131 9`56 21 Fri 16 44 5 0 p.n. 10 58' 22 St (6 45 4, 59112 34 (a.zr". 23 Sun 645 4 59 1 3(12; 2 24 Mon (646 458 1311 4 25 Tes (646 4 58 2 0 2:10 26 Wed 647 4 57 23413 19 27 Thu 6 47(4 57 3*131 431 28, r j 48 (4 56 3594 5!47 29 St (6484 56 4 655 7 3 30 ...
THE Queanbeyan Age, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1915. CURRENT TOPICS. EXPECTING TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
&lt;$uartnepsm rge, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1915. CURRENT TOPICS. EXPECTING TROUBLE.. . Contrary to the hopes so gener ally expressed, to the effect that tno war '.hich is now being waged wiln be the last on' a 'great scale to. be re corded' in the world's history, the Federal Government considers it ne cessary to :priovide against possible invasion within the next few years. Hence the proposal. put forward by thliPrime Minister last week at the Premir:s . 'Conference in Sydney. The cost of the schemei propounded would li: simply staggering. Still, if it is really necessary, cost cannot be allowed to enter into the calcu lation,. provided that the money needea is obtainablc. As to tins actual need, 'Mr: Fisher has n ot taken the public into his confidence. Until he' does so, very many will doubt any real necessity exists. The fact that the greater part of the ex penditure will take the 'form of wages may, for all they know, have biassed, consciously or unconscious ly, the opinions,...
THE VALUE OF A GOOD SHOP FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
THE VALUE OF A GOODR SHOP FRONT In .these. days' advertising; is: a sdt ,encee Whic,.. embraces much ' more thin .the: niere filling of. space. Pro gresaive advertisers found' that to get Sthe.ribcsti.xresults from their' news ,papee, campaigns, several other im portant considerations had to be taken into .consideration. The mat ter of shlop atmosphere :had- to be, studihd. -'Places: with' dingy critran ces Tound .it good busiiess to. tear down the front, build island 'show S'eases, ana make a facade worthy of the people who patronise the place. And in all these alterations the use of Wunderlich Metal Work has been enormous. It has been proved the most ductile of all materials for the production of classic and modern ornamentation, and as the firnm mike a specialty of the work sobme very delightful effects have been gained.
Neglected Vision. Ernest Bosch's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
Neglected Vision. Ernest Bosch's Vlilt. This well.known firm ofsight specialists, whose periodical visits during the past ten years are an indication of expert attention will visit Queanbeyan, Harrison's Hotel, Wednesday, June 16th. We can be seen only at the above hotel on date advertised. Ioware of the "so.called opticians" who travel from house to house, some claiming to represent us. ERNEST BOSCH, P.S.M.C. (London), Consulting Optician, Cr. Martin Place and Pitt Streets, opp; G.P.O.. Sydney, Self sight testers sent free to any address.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
NEWS AND NOTES. BELGIAN DAvY ,Scarcity of butter in town. . Shiowlery weather prevails to.day; A ppl and:penr trees are in fuilibloom in the Gun~agag district. • " Foley a well.known circus is .lvertised to appear in Queanbeyan on Wednesday next. ,,The Queaibeyan bridge is being painted, not before it was wanted eitler'.. The aithorities should hbve their atten tion directed to .the need of having the decking;of the bridge repaired. ,-Owing to the fodder shortage, in this State, it is probable that the Government will issue a proclamation .to. control stocks. Queanibeyau Rifle Club are sending a team to BIungendore to-morrow to engage a team of tltat placpiu a match.. The Railway Department announces the issue of cheap tickets to Melbourne by train leaving Queafnbeyan at 9,35 p.m., on Wed.. nesday, May Ig.. While the casualty liHt in the Dardanelles fight is heavy, it must be remembered that in all such records are included many that are only slightly wounded. Australians wounded in...
Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
Municipal Council. Alderman C. T. Campbell presided over last night's ordinary meeting of the above, and there were also present Aldermen Moores G. Morton. J. Purcell Land, D. Mor. ton.,Harris and Collett. The finance committe's report showed a credit to the general fund of £16211/4/5 trust, £23/3/-; sanitary service special fund, £64/8/4. Accounts against the general fund amounting to £46/16/6, trust £23/3/!. and sanitary service special fund £t7 were pre sented for payment: Report adopted and accounts passed fer payment o: the motion of Aldermen D. Morton and Collett. The works committee reported having inspected the land in Campbell Street pro. posed to be subdivided by Mr Moore and recommended the adoption of the plan. Moved by Alderman Land, seconded by Alderman l'urcell and carried, that the re. port be adopted. The Foreman of works reported having repaired the decking of the main bridge and the park tence and gates, and also approved of the right in Surveyor.street where Mr. ...
Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
, Assault. James P. Tong v. Frederick Kir chner. Mr. Woodward for complainant Mr. Morgan for defendant who pleaded guilty. James Patrick.'ong stated: Had an appointment on the day in ques tion with W. Oldfield ,to meet him at a camp' to receive some money. On my arrival there Kirchner" pulled off his coat and wanted to fight. I got off my 'horse when defendant struck at tny arm with a dtick. Went Co a doctor arid he told me the small bone of my arm was broken. Was sitting on my horse when defendant came up and said, Get off that horse lind I will fight you. I got off the horse to fight him. He did not tell me why he wanted to fight. Had no previous row with him- The P.M.: You want me to believe that? Witness: He called me a'b--- red The P.M.: W?ellm why didn't you say so? That's enough to make.any man fight. Continuing his evidence witness said that when he got off his horse, defendant did not' give him time to tie it ups but came straight at him. He defended himself and fought him....
DEFENDED CASES. Inspector Nevell v. C. H. A. G. McKeahnie. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
. . DEFENDED CASES. Inspector Ncvell v. C. H. A. G. Mc Keahnic. Mr. Woodward for plaintiff and f Mr. Morgan for defendant who pleadcd,not guilty,, setting up a de fence that he did fully and c.ontinu ously. suppress and destroy the rab: bits. -Ali formalities were admitted. Arthur: Henry, Nevell, inspector of stock for. the, Pastures Protection district of Quchnbeyan, sthted: Know the 'defendant's place at Cuppacunm balong. Inspectcd country on the 25th February last. About 10,000 acres were wire netted and generally fairly well handled as far as the netted area was concerned; the bat ance of it was badly. infested, with rabbits. Some poison. tracks, .were to be seen over most of .le counitry, except a paddock down near Lam brigg, where I saw no signs of de stuction. .On the 19th Marchj"I again visited:. the place and found rab bits very nilmcrois. There were no .poison tracks about except in the paddock near Lambrigg, nor were theta' any signs of destruction. On the main road runni...
THE COST OF NEGLECT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
THE COS1 OF NEGLECT. Thipk of`- the cost .of neglecting your kidnieys--it menin that you are allowing kidney poison3 to accumu late' in thi system, and these poisons cause violent pa'ins in thei L:ck, dropsia, swellings, urinary disordcrs, gravel, stone, rhurnmatimn;, gout la.3 fitude, slccrl-sneic: inclin'ation .to worry, excessive ;thirist nettralgia: rThe gemiine Doan's Ba'ckach Kid ney:Pills restore the strained over worked kidneys their full powvr of filtci-ing the dahgeroiius kidney' potl sons fromn tlioe bdod, and iischlirging them from the. system. R'ehd this :asc.--Mrs. :J. A. Savai'c, WViiias a Street,: Qucanbeyan. says: "For some 'timi I suflerea with severe backache, and at times I could" scar.cely Lget about to "do. my work, I' could not bend over, In fact the backache crippled rime.' Myrest wasi disturbec at night, andi I always 'felt dull nap tired, and I liad no energy, besides I would getlbad headaches. - I tried a great numbcr of remedies l;.ut 'tley were useless.'...
BELGIAN DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
To-day is being honored as Belgian Day. Locally the business people are making a good show and are flying the Belgian colors from their premises. The nionument has been tastefully and appropriately:draped and decorated by Mr. and Mrs. j. A. Shaw. A small platform has been erectediimiedia. tely ini front of it. The toast of His Maj esty King Albert of Belgium will he pro posed by the chairman. Alderman R. Moore, J.P., who will then ask the different clergv and aldermen to support it. The toast will be drunk in lemonade. The band.will play some patriotic airs during the: aternoon. After the ceremony a jumble auction sale of donations will be held and to.nightan impromuotu concert will take place. Other means of raising funds have also been de. vised, and taking all things into consider. ation, Queanbevan is doing her share in honoring the day.
Garden and Field Calendar for April, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 14 May 1915
Farden and Field Calendar for April, i191 . By A. Lanadowne-, Seedesiian, Goulburn March has: been a trying month for growers. No rain':for'six weeks, windy and abnormally, hot.':; Mon soonal ramins promised- several timcs, but were driven" off 1by high Ipress surest2 The 'rains, .though late in the msonth, wvill cause rapid growth, and " enable winter ifodderr crops to be sown.: Well work the soil. and give plenty of fertilisers to stimu late growth. , Licerne, grass scuds, rape,,-barley- etc., should' be sown at •once. Every available ihchl of soil should be cropped'; all will be needed. Broken weather, with heavy rains and flood falls, still promise, and 'nmuch sea-breeze. Some :rough turns and some early frosts are likely. More thunder -weather. Kitch'en Garden.-Sow onion seed -of all kinds, tree and potato onions, of all kinde, free and potato onioons, -eschalots, .turnips,"cabbagec of:sorts, broad- beans, ýherbs, .lettuce,. radish; Field.-Sow onions, rape, lucerne, all.grass s...