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"DEAD DRUNK." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
"DEAD DRUNK." " That wvas how Constable. McNeal described the condition of John O'Brien who, pleaded guilty at the Police Court this morning to a charge of having been found drunk in Mc Quoid Street yesterday. The constable said something was told him, and he went to McQuoid Street, and there found defendant lying oni' the foot path "dead drunk." It appeared as if he had fallen from a spring cart. The horse and' cart were nearby. Witness had previously cautioned de fendant, and told him to get out of the town. The magistrate imposei fine of 20/- or seven days. At Queanbeyan Police Court yez terday, before Messrs. C. G. Carr Boyd and G. O'Haulon, J.P., Henry English was fined £2 or 7 days for hawking without a licence. Joseph Ryan was fined 10/- or 4S on a charge of drunkenness, and Edward Cody for a similar offence was ordered to pay 30/-, the alternative being 14 days in the lockup. Mr. J. E. Fitzgerald, secretary' of the Eden-Monaro Electorate Council of the Country Party, states ...
LEAKS AND THE WATER PUMP. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
LEAKS AND TTHE WATER PUMP. One very usual source of leakage in the circulation system of the car is at the water pump in those models which are fitted with such an ad junct to the cooling system. The cause of this is due not only to worn out packing at the. glands of the pump, but also at the lubrication of the pump with too thin a grease. The grease softens under the heat of the engine and allows the water to work its way out. The obvious reme dy is to use a somewhat heavier grease, whilst when water drips through the nut that holds the pack ing on the shaft, the nut should be screwed up until the dripping stops. If this tightening up is ineffective it will be necessary to take off the nut and to insert new packing. Pr proper packing is not available then strands of lamp wick heavily greased and closely packed into the recesses in the packing nut wll be found to answer the purpose very well.
MOTOR NOTES WATCH THE SPRING CLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
'MOTOR NOTES WATCH THE SPRING CLIPS. There are two common causes of spring breakage apart from over speeding on bad roads, and these are unlubricated spring leaves and loose spring clips. If the leaves are not kept properly supplied with lubricant between their inner faces, then of course, instead of each leaf working independently the whole spring be comes one piece .of metal and loses its strength and its resiliency. But it is equally important to see that the clips binding the spring leaves to gether are kept thoroughly tight. At least once a month the careful motor ist should inspect the clips to make sure that they are not loose and if there is the slightest play it should be taken up at once. In carrying out this adjustment the only thing to guard against is the possibility of stripping the. thread off the screw Otherwise, clips should be as tight as possible. It is a good plan to use a spring washer in order to prevent vibration from causing the bolt and nut to loosen. If the...
WON'T GO TO CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
WON'T GO TO CANBERRA A mass meeting of Commonwealth civil servants who had been warned to go to Canberra at an early date was held at Melbourne on Tuesday. Several of the speakers suggested that the public servants should re fuse in a body to go to Canberra un less they were given the conditions they asked for. It was decided to appoint a deputation to interview the the Minister for Home and Terri tories.
MICHELAGO [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
MICHELAGO (From our- correspondent.) On Saturday last our` cricketers were successful in, regaining the Fairbairn Cup from Bredbo players, after a good game, by 48 runs. Bredbo batted first and knockedup 134 runs. Michelago made 182 and the match finished with the first in nings. For the home team J. Pea cock 34, A. Bellchambers 36, P. Brodie 22, and S. Roseby.13 not out, batted best. Terry Lawler, Tom 0' Connor and Barney McTiernan bowl ed remarkably well for Michelago. Roy Coffey kept the field busy while geting his 42, and Ray Cof fey 16, Jim Kelly 47, and Terry Law ler 25 played solid cricket. B1tEDBO E. Peacock, c Tom Lawler, b Terry Lawler... .... . . . .5 Quinlan, stmpd. Coffey .. ... . 5 G. Bellchambers, b. Terry Lawler 6 J. Peacock, b. T. O'Connor .. . 34 A. Bellchambers, c. T. Lawler b MeTiernan .. .. .. .. 36 P. Broadie, b McTiernan .. .. 22 J. Perry b. McTiernan .. .. .. 3 S. Roseby, not out .. .. .. .. 13 A. Huggett, b McTiernan .. .. . .. 5 A. Roseby, b. McTiernan . . ...
MR. PERKIN'S MANIFESTO [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
MR. PERKIN'S MANIFESTO Mr. J. A. Perkins has issued the following manifesto to the electors of Eden-Monaro: Ladies and Gentlemen,-Although I feel it an honour to have been se lected to contest this by-election in the National Party interests, I deeply regret the circumstance-namely, the death of Sir Austin Chapman-which renders this by-election necessary. Sir Austin Chapman was not only a man of statesmanlike ability, who has left his 'mark for all time on Commonwealth legislation, he was also a man who conscientiously. at tended to all the requirements of his big electorate, and who was person ally and favorably known to practi cally every man and woman in Eden Monaro. He was a man of charm ing personal qualities, and I was proud to call him my friend. If I am elected to represent you in his place in Parliament I shall strive 'to emulate his performances, although I feel that I 'cannot equal them. I 'have had the honour of repre senting you in the State Parliament since 1921, and y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
NEW COMMONWEALTH LOAN. INTEREST 51 PER CENT. This new Commonwealth Loan offers a good rate of interest with absolute security. A special feature is that money invested in the loan immediately earns interest at the full rate of 51 per cent. Interest is paid from the day the cash is lodged, and thus the investor can avoid the loss which would be involved if his money remained idle. Subscriptions may be for six years or eleven years or sixteen years and may be lodged at any Bank, State Sav ings Bank, or Money Order Post Office in Australia. INTEREST IS FREE OF STATE INCOME TAX. EARLE PAGE, Treasurer. Commonwealth Treasury, Melbourne, 4th January, 1926. J. G. HARR IS & Co.. AUCTIONEERS & GENERAL AGENTS NEW ADDRESS COUNCIL CHAMBERS OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN. WE INSURE YOUR HOUSE, YOUR FURNITURE, OR YOUR STOCK - LOW PREMIUMS We are Agents for the Argyle Starr-Bowkett Building Society. Payment of 6d per week entitles you to a Loan of £50, 5/- per week to £500. We Com...
NIGHTLIGHT FOR MOTOMETER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
NIGHTHIGHT FOR MOTOMETER. The motometer is something more than a finishing touch to the radiator cap for it tells the motorist when his engine is at an efficient running tem perature and gives timely warning. of sudden overheating'troiubles which may be due to lack of water or oil, or to an over-heated`, spark 'or the accidental closing-'of th&7 radiator shutter. 'For these reasons the dri ver should cultivate ;the habit "of glancing every now2 and .then at the motometer, just+ as he4 looks"instinct ively at the speedometer-or- the am' meter. But at "night-time, nilless some lighting apparatus is fitted, the' motohieter' as ` a warning signal . be comes useless, and the car mty. be driven for :miles, although the ther monieter: is' hoverin;g rouid' boiling point and there is an urgent, need for the addition of water or oil. However, it is a simple ;matter. for the handyman to fit to, his .car.a small light--which- illuminates--the :motor meter without causing . aniy' glare w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CAR Dodge Brothers Motor Car is almost in variably selected by those' who 'rely on motor car transport to carry them over had roads in comfort. The simplicity of its power plant design, and the superior strength and quality of the alloy steels used in vital parts, give assurance that, with a minimum of atten tion, it can be relied upon to go wherever there is traction. AUSTRALIAN STANDARD TOURING .. £325 NEW AUSTRALIAN DE LUXEJTOURING .. £345 EQUIPPED REDUCED AUSTRALIAN 7-SEATER TOURING .. £345 FIVE FULL BALLOON PRICEs. AUSTRALIAN STANDARD ROADSTER £320 MAGNETO IGNITION £10 EXTRA. STANDARDISED MOTORS LIMITED 252 CASTLEREAGH STREET, YDNEY - ASSOCIATE DEALER W. B. FREEBODY QUEANBEYAN W. H. MASON (late Partner of the Firm of Mc Donald & Mason, Funeral Directors, Wagga) BUILDING CONTRACTOR AND UNDERTAKER ISHUB to notify the people of Quesabeyan and Federal Terri tory that having installed a eom plete service qf Motor and Horse drawn Vehicles, and combined wi...
CONSTABLE ASSAULTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
CONSTAI3LE uSl$AUILTED. c At the Queanbeyan Police Court t this morning, before Messrs. -Carr- f Boyd and O'Hanlon, Js.P., Albert c Fentrill was charged with using in- i decent language in. Crawford Street yesterday, and also with having 'in lawfully assaulted Constable Monck c in the execution of his duty. Pleas c of guilty.were entered. Constable Monck stated *that he had cautioned defendant for using 3 language, and the words complained of were used to witness .in a loud tone of voice. When he arrested the defendant he struck violently at wit ness and tried to knock him out and fought all the way to the lockup. Defendant said it-was not so seri- I ous as the constable- made out. He I (defendant) only arrived in town that, morning to go, to a job, after travelling all night. He had a few drinks which went to his head. Fentrill. was fined £2 or _14 days hard labor for the language, and for the assault he was fined £5 9r one month's hard labor, sentences to be cumulative. At Queanbe...
ROBBED ON THE RIVER BANK [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 4 February 1926
ROBBED ON THE RIVER E BANK l. At the Queanbeyan Police Court t yesterday Albert William Nye alias a Michael Dunne, and Frederick John f Kelly were charged with having j stolen £41101- from the person of I John William Henry Stores.. Mr. Woodward appeared for the defendant Nye. Stores (the complainant) gave evi dence that he was a laborer residing at Canberra. He came to Queanbeyan I on Monday, 1st instant. He went back to Canberra during the day, C and returned to Queanbeyan about f 5 o'clock in the afternoon. He re- a mained in town that night and stayed I on the river bank below the bridge. He went down there about 5 o'clock a with the two defendants and another man whose name he did not know. They had drink and were singing; The man he didn't know punched witness and held him dowii; Kelly I grabbed him by the legs and Nye I took four £1 notes and a 10/- note t from his pockets. He sang out but could do nothing. He reported the matter to the police. He had a fewr I drinks but was ...
SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 11 February 1926
8HOW DATES.; QUEANBEYAN .. February' 16,'' 17f Gunning :....... .February: 25, 26 Adaminaby .... ..... March ::4, 5 nimmitabel ......... March 9, 10 Yass ............. March: 10, 11 Crookwell -. . Marchl 11, 13 Bombala ... .. .... March 17. 18 Goulburn .. ......... March 18-20 Sydney Royal .. March :29-April 7 Cooma .... ..... March 24, 25
OIL ON THE BANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 11 February 1926
OIL ON iTHE BANDS. It, not: infrequently= happens that one 'or'even both brakes are rendered practically useless simply because oil has found.its. way; on. to the fabl: ric of tlihe bands and the ;surface of the brake ind'. so prevents the,:bands from gripping.. This oil or grease leaks out generally. , through, the axle tubes from the differentiaL hous ing and one of the best reinedies for the trouble is to fit iew felt washers; However, if the.motorist persists in filling .the rear axle -housing. :to too high a level with lubricant,. even the 'best fitting of washers will .not suf fice to obviate the .fault. -.A quick method of. giving ,immediate .treat ment to the 'bands when ,they b'e come sodden with oil is to make, a copious application of.petrol or kero sene, preferably" the former..' This has the effect of diluting the oil and allowing friction once again to assert itself. To effect a permanent remedy the only reliable niethod is to remove the bands and to steep them in pe t...
WHEEL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 11 February 1926
WHEEL MATTERS. Unduly rapid wear of tyres is in almost every case traceable to an error in wheel alignment. In very glaring cases the normal mileage of. a tyre may be reduced by half. If the error is sufficient to produce such an alarming result, it is gener ally noticeable to' anyone taking the trouble to examine the wheels at all closely, but if. the wheels are only slightly out of parallel a great deal of harm may be. done, and it is a serious matter if the life of a tyre is even reduced by, one or two thousand miles. To correct pr;,perly a serious want of alignment or to detect a comparatively small diver gence, something more reliable than the eye is necessary. But nothing very elaborate is called for. Two strips of wood about 7 feet long with a small hole near each end, and about 30 feet of twine are sufficient. The holes in the strips of wood must be exactly the same distance apart, which is ensured by placing one strip on the other and boring both at the same time. The.twine...
MOTOR NOTES BRAKE MECHANISM GAITER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 11 February 1926
MOTOR NOTES I BRAKE MECHANISMI GAITER. A device can be made for each joint that will last the entire life of the car, keep out the grit and save all bother of cleaning. If you possess discarded gloves with the palm and back intact, or can get some thin soft leather, you are "all set." 1 From this soft leather cut stripis three or four inches long. In shape the strip will look something like! a small snake that has swallowed an orange, for the joint this leather strip or "boot" is to cover is mich larger in circumference than the rod or lever which it joins.- The "boot" should be a quarter of an inch w?ider at each point than the circumference of that portion of the rod, lever, and joint which it is to cover. From the middle point of the broadest part of this- strip, on each side, make a slit crossways of the strip leaving at the centre about an inch of uncut. leather These slits allow the edges of over lap when the "boot" is bent about the joint and prevent wrinkling. Clean the part...
NATIONAL SLOGANS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 11 February 1926
NATIONAL SLOGANS - cwJohnny 'Hines's saying become na tional slogans. Do'- you. Tremember these breezy bits in ".The Speed Spook?".i "Success: lies in what you do ,with. what. you have." '"Bananas never .brought any real money till they: st 'ein to inguic." "rAn apricot is nothing more than a sports model prune." "Among the guests were many girls in their nicoteens." See JOHNNY HINES in "THE EARLY BIRD" at. the Triumph Theatre next Saturday. 13th February.