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THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 May 1915
THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. .All suffering from'irritation of the throat and hoarseness .ill be agree. ably ,surprisedi at the,;almost ,imme diate.relief afforded by the use of .tBrown's Bronchial-Troches.?' These famous 'iozenges" are now sold by most respectable" chemists in the Ucoiuntry. ° -.People ?trouble': "vith: a hacking cough, a slight cold or bron chial troubles.. cannot try them too soon, as ,similar troubles, if-allowea to progre'sse result in oerious pulmon ary and\ Asthrpatic` affections. See that thesi gnhture of ,Johin I. Brown and Son is on every wrapper.-Pre pared by., John I. Brown. & Sdns, Boston U.S.A.' : European Depot, 33 Farriingdon Road, London, England.
MAILS CLOSE FOR Closing time of mails at Queanbeyan Post Office— [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 May 1915
MAILS CLOSE FOR Closing time ?a mails at ,Queanbeyan Post Office-, ; Sydney, +Melbourne,; T.P.O. No. 1. T.P.O. No. 2, Goulbuirn;?Yass an'd Bungendore,; daily (Sunday:: except- ed) 8.40 p.m .: Cooma, Nimmitabel.' ', Umeralla, Michelago0: Williamsdafle;and Roy alla,.: daily (Sundays excepted) 9.15 p.m.,, Ainslie, Gininderra, Hall, Jeir, and.Murrumbateman, Monday,-Wed nesiay and Friday, 6.30 'a.m. (By coach); Monday, Wednesday and.," Friday, 8.40 p.m. (by train). Majura, Wednesday, .6.30 :a.m.;: Saturday, 9.30 a.m. Canberra - and Duritroon, daily (Sunday excepted), 6.30. a.m. Tharwa, daily (Sunday excepted) 8.30 a.m. Gudgenby, Saturday, 8.30 a.m. Amungula, Sutton and Gundaroo,' Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 6.30 a.m. (by coach); . Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday :8.40 p.m. (by train). " - Uriarra and Cotter Junction; Tues day, Thursday and Saturday, 6.30 a.m. Brindabella, Thursday and Satur day, 6.30 a.m. Burra, Tuesday and Friday 6.30 a.m. (by coach); Tuesday and Fri day, 9.15 p.m. (...
CAPTAIN'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
CAPTAIN'S FLAT. Belgian Day sports were held in al together unfavorable weather condi tions; still the attendance was a record and the effort resulted in .1i32 being raised-a decided credit to our small centre. The sale of gifts was conducted by the popular' knight of the hammer, Mr. Jas. Edmunds of Bungendore. The day's fun wound up with a ball which, from every point of view, was a grand success, about 60o couples tripping the light fantastic to excellent music supplied gratutiously.
MULLIGAN'S FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
MULLIAII'S FLAT. The Mulligan's Flat tennis tourna ment is nearing completion. During its progress there have been some very keenly contested games. The following now remain in the semi-final Messrs. Pidgeon, Jackson, J. Read and H. Casey. All these players were playing against a big handicap. The annual meeting of Mulligan's Flat tennis club took place at Mr. M. Cavanagh's residence on Saturday night last. The treasurer's report showed that the club wound up the year with a very satisfactory credit balance. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year :- Presi dent, Mr. M. Cavanagh ; secretary, Mr. H. O. Landon ; Treasurer, Mr. H. Gillespie. One may have heard different per. sons remark during the past month how exceptionally mild the weather was for April. The following table, prepared by the Mulligan's Flat school pupils shows that it was the coldest April since 1912, the mean temperature for April being as fol lows :-1xgx, 56.9"; 19g2, 53.4' ; 1913, 57.6 .; 1914, 57....
ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
ITEMs. During the past week over z7o points of rain have fallen. Cold winds and sleet have been the order of the past few days. The Oddfellows' Ball to be held on Friday night promises to be a record success. The next social event will be the annual Military Ball which is always a popular event with the Bungendore folk.; On Friday, June ig, a grand con cert will be given by the pupils at tending St Joseph's Convent School. Mesdames R. Hatch and Geo. Win ter are the treasurers.
Garden and Field Calendar for April, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
Farden and Field Calendar for April, 1915. By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, Goulburn March has been a trying month for growers. No rain for six weeks, windy and abnormally hot.' Mon soonal rains promised several times, but were driven off by high press sures. The rams, though late in the month, will cause rapid growth, and enable winter fodder crops to be sown. Well work the soil and give plenty of fertilisers to stimu late growth. Lucerne, grass seeds, rape, barley, etc., should be sown at once. Every available inch of soil should be cropped; all will be needed. Broken weather, with heavy rains and "flodd falls, still promise, and much, sea-breeze; Some rough turns and some early frosts are likely. More thunder weather. * Kitchen. Garden.-Sow onion seed of all kinds, tree and potato onions, of all kinds, tree and potato onioons, eschalots, .turnips, cabbage of sorts, broad beans, herbs, lettuce, radish. Field.-Sow onions, rape, lucerne, all grass seeds, rye, cape and skinless barley, oat...
MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
MELBOURNE, Friday. Referring to -Italy's declaration, Senator Pearce said bie hailed the decision to intervene with delight. Italy's support will be most valuabe and personally he was not surprised at the decision as she had nothing to lose and' everything to gain by intervention. In the House of Representatives to-day Mr. Fisher stated that the Governor-General had received the following message fromn General Sir Ian Hamilton:- "General Bridges died on the pas sage to Alexandria. -The whole force mourns his irreplacable loss. His death was avenged yesterday in a brilliant action by his own troops which inflicted a loss of: 7000 on the enemy at a. cost of less .than 500 to themselves."
EARNED NOT BOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
SEARNED NOT BOUGHT. 'How hard'it is to earn and main tain a. good' reputation, pnd. how easy. it' is to lose one.. As with a man's reputation, so it is with other things in this life.: Some things achieve a, rc::itation which stays with `them. Tlhey are founded on intrinistc.value. They face the public bcaked up' by 'honesty,' and work their way ;quietly' and ,thoroughly. ,People .want no better proof of merit •than is contained, in the following ?xperience:-Mr.. Nichol McInnes, Antill ,'-Street, Queanbcyan, says: ,"Some time ago my son hurt his back when lifting a bag of corn' And` for a 'time he was very bad with the: pain. After a while he com menced using Doan's Backache Kid ney pills, and a short course cured him. He says these Pills are first rate for curing pains in the back." Eight years later Mr. McInnes says: "I am pleased to tell you now that my son has never suffered with his back since .Doan's Backache Kid ncy Pills cured him eight years ago." Let this point be fastened...
BELGIAN DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
B- LGIAN DAY. The result of the ball and sale of goods in aid of the Belgian Fund, held in the ball last Friday, resulted in a nett sum of £5811915, which is very creditable, as only a short time previously a sum of £156 had been remitted to the fund. Mr. Jas. Ed munds conducted the sale, and goods were sold and re-sold many times:over. One lamb realised £15 and a pair of fowls totalled £zo, 12/6. The night was very unpropitious on account of heavy rain, still the bidding was very spirited throughout. The whole af fair was carried out without any ex pense, Mr. W. Gallagher granting the hall free on all occasions when anything in connection with the Bel gian funds are required.
"AGE" NEW LOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
"AGE" NEW LOCATION. Subscribers, advertisers, and tne pubulic generally are reminded that the Office of the "Queanbeyan Age" is now located at Carrington Build ings in the Crawford-street section. For the convenience of clients, printing orders, advertisements and subscriptions are received by Messrs. Falhck and Sons at their stationer's shop on behalf of the new propri etary.
District News. BUNGENDORE. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
District News. BURCEEDORE. POLICE COURT. At the Police Court on Tuesday, x8th instant, before Mr. J. J. McJannett, J.P., an old offender named Robert Overend pleaded guilty to a charge of drunk and disorderly. The police stated that accused was fined only a month ago on a similar charge, and on this occasion, although advised to go home, he became obstinate and insulting to persons. Fined £2 and 6s costs, in default one month hard labour in Goulburn jail. Allowed four days to pay. Leslie Hatton, who failed to ans wer to his name, was summoned for using obscene language. Constable Davis stated that accused had used the language, which could be heard some distance in the street, not only once but several times. His worship said it was most disgusting and ob scene and he was determined to fine heavily in such cases. A man in court said he was prepared to pay any fine the Bench might impose. The Bench imposed the full penalty of £5, and 6s costs, in default two months hard labour in Gou...
"WHO WAS GUILTY?" [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
"WHO WAS GUILTY?" On our fourth page in this issue appears the first instalment of our new long serial story. Those who appreciate good fiction should not miss reading this splendid romance. There are several characters which. will draw ready sympathy. Interest will grow and be sustained as the plot of the story unfolds and the search develops for the villain whose smug hypocrisy cast a blight on the lives of a trio of innocent peoplle for many a long year before retribution finally overtook him.
Neglected Vision. Ernest Bosch's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
Neglected Vision. Ernest Bosch's Visit. This well-known firm of sight specialists, whose periodical visits during the past ten years are an indication of expert Attention Will visit Qucanbheynn, Harrison's Hotel, Wednesday, June 16th. WVe can be seen only at the above hotel on date advertised. Boware of the "so-called opticians" who travel from house to house, some claiming to represent us. ERNEST BOSCH, P.S.M\I.C. (London), Consulting Optician, Cr. Martin Place and Pitt Streets, opp. G.P.O., Sydney. Self sight testers sent free to any address.
"CADILLAC"—1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
"CADILLAC"-1915. Motorists are at present discussing a new model "Cadillac" on exhibit ion at 198 Pitt Street, Sydney. in terest centres partly in the splencio structural qualities of the model, generally, but chiefly in its 8-cylin der engine, which stands for marcea flexibility; delightfully smooth run .ning, and a surprising simplicity of. control. It is several hundred. weight lighter than earlier models and costs, complete, £650. Steep hills it takes like a Gordon Hign lander charging up a .kopje and it is as silent as an oyster.
NEW CAVES AT COOLAMON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 21 May 1915
NEW CAVES AT- COOLAMO. W*'e are informed that a party of surveyors engaged in their work on the Coolamon Plains, which are known to be honeycombed with stal actite caves, some of which already explored are 'both extensive and beautiful, have opened out some ad ditional ones north east of the Blue Waterhole. In one of these recum bent on a ledge of stalagmite, they discovered a perfect human skeleton, bleached to almost whiteness, and which appeared to have lain where it was found for centuries past. The cave country round about Coolamon Plains is evidently a continuation of that at Yarrangobilly; and doubtless in process of time will .contribute largely to the many attractions which already make the Federal Capital ter ritory so alluring to tourists. -- i -