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FARM AND FIELD. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. CROWING COWPEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

FARM AND FIELD. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. - By P.0.S.)- CROWING COWPEA8. The increasing popularity of: the cow pea is due to the' fact that, it. gives a heavy yield' of the very finest hay for stock feeding that can be produced upon the farm, and at the, same time is a soil renovator. t1 is grown very cheap in'a cowpea, wheat, grass and corn rotation, One good breaking up of the land in spring is sufficient not only for the pea crop but also' for the wheat that 'should follow it. After the pea crop is' exhausted the ground is loose, and the only preparation neces sary for wheat is to disc and drag 'down; that gives a perfect seedbed and splendid conditions to ensure a paying crop of wheat. The 'cowpea hay is relished by all kinds of farm stock, including pigs and poultry,' and comes nearer being a complete ration than any other crop that can be raised on the farm. One thing that may be noticed is that the farmer who gives it a test is sure to adopt it a fter wards in his regular rotation. ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Short Story (PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.) PEGGY PENGELLY, (COPYRIGHT.) Continued from last week. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

Short Story (PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL - ARRANGEMENT.) PEGGY PENGELLY. By IDA LEMON, Author. of "Dinah," "Unanswered," ."The First Extras,'? &c.,' &c. (OCOPYRIG H T.) :rontinued from last week. When the men had gone she satestill for a while in thought.. She had much of old Pengelly's determination, and she was resolved to give no counten ance to his unlawful deed. But was that enough? Could she not take a positive instead of a- merely negative attitude? Could she not in some way prevent it. But how A mere girl, whatever her powers, was surely help less against these strong, hardened men, who treated her as a child and her objections as mere foolishness l And yet the iniquity of this deed seemed to her terrible, and h@r young passionate soul revolted against it. For the lives of men were to be sacri ficed. Whether they were foreigners or her own countrymen mattered little, they were fellow-creatures. And she was a woman. And her thoughts turned naturally to . the wives an...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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"GOOD AND WONDERFULLY CHEAP." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

"GOOD AND WONDERFULLY CHEAP." "I can recommend the mixture so easily made from Hean's Essence to anyone as a sure remedy for coughs and colds. It is pleasant to take and wonderfully cheap."-J. Winchester, Wallerawang, N.S.W. When you are tired of buying little bottles of cough mixture that last no time, try Hean's Essence as Mr. Winchester did. Take a bottle home and add .sweetening and water. You will find simple directions on label. The big bottle it .will make will astonish you. You will then have. I2/ worth of best possible cough remedy for 2/ only. Its pleasant taste and its cough, cold and sore throat curative properties will both surprise and please you. You will find the first dose give relief. It promptly clears the nasal passages, loosens phlegm, and eases throat irritation and stuffed bronchial tubes. When the throat is sore, inflamed or swollen use freely as a gargle. As Hean's Essence contains no poison of any nature, it may be given to baby or grandparent just as often...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

Nervous Breakdown Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Ixatersk ,. TravelIer, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA; WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN,THE WORLD. BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT. AND WHOM IT CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON. SIDERED INCURABLE. READ.THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD " READING FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. Commercial Travellers' Club. Moore St., Sydney, 3/4/13. OCIIMENTS TONIC LTD., " For years I sulered from CHRONIC INDIGESTION and DEBILITY, and, as my profession is one involving very strenuous duties in the interests of one of the largest international firns represented in Australia, at times I found it very difficult, on account of ill-health. to perform those duties. satis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

SALE OF SUBURBAN LAND THURSDAY, 3rd JUNE. 1915: TINDER instructions from the Public U Trustee, the undermentioned Land will be offered for sale by Public Auction, at the COURT HOUSE, QUEANBEYAN, at 2.30 p.m, on Thursday, 3rd June, 1915. vi??: LOTS 5 and 12 of Section 1, containing Ird 32 perches. LOT x of Section 2, containing Ird 32 per ches of a Subdivision of Land sold by Dulhunty a Co. on 1st December, 1885, being parts of Allotments I and 3 re spectively- of Section 3o Town of Queanbeyan. Lots 5 and 12 have frontages of 66 feet to High Street and Railway Street, respec tively. Lot I has a frontage of x48J feet to Erin Street and 132 feet to Railway Street. Terms and Conditions at the Sale. R. G. McKENZIE, Agent for Public Trustee. Department of Lands, Sydney, 2rst May, 19s5. LAND FOR CROWN LEASE. Available for Application on and after 31st May, 1915. ATTENTION is invited to a notification in the Government Gazette of 28th April, i9g5, setting apart 280 acres for a Crown Lease, ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

as Anthony Horderns' Winter Fashion Portfolio Faithfully presents every phase of the prevailing modes. It brings all that is new in the world of dress rithin the reach of everyone. Write to-day for a copy, posted free on request - it will in terest you. a c Anthony Hordern P and Sons, Ltd. Only Universal Providers. New Palace so :wianadm.. Brickfield Hill, Sydney Always on hand, PRIME CHAFF, i MAIZE (Cracked and Whole) OATS. WHEAT, RYE, etc. FLOUR, BRAN & POLLARD POTATOES, ETC. All Produce Bought and Sold for Cash. Highest Cash Price gi.voen for all kinds of Produce, Skins and Wool. Agent for The Royal Insurance Co. Telephone-Store No. 27, House No. 2 JOHN KNOX, PRODUCE STORES, Opp. Solomon's. Monaro-st., Queanboyan. THURSTON & GIIIS, General ~Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, MONARO STREET;, QUEANBEYAN. Sulkies Built to order, Reason able Prices. Axles always on hand. Shoeing by Expert Tradesmen. .Repairs to all classes of farm implements. :FEDERAL IIHairdressing Saloon...

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THE Queanbeyan Age, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915. CURRENT TOPICS. "REGULATING" THE BODY POLITIC. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

FRIDAY, MAY 28, 191:: SCURRENT TOPICS. "REGULATI NG" THE. BODY, POLITIC. The comparison between the body politic and the individual human body is so :striking that it is .im possible, to doubt that valuable in struction may be' derived fromn' it. Both" possess a .power of self-regu lation,'and, on the manncer in, which this is exercised depend health, vigor and energy. Neither can be trusted to carry. out its imm'cdiate im'-. pulses in perfect freedom,'- or tne consequences would- be disastrous. The unworthy , or.. ill-timed impulses need to be controlled, in order that the worthy and fitting may have fairplay. The man who drinks,'-or lazes., or curses, whenever the .im pulse seizes him, evidently is in,the way of becoming a "bhad egg. : So` the community, which yields,:to' tne impulse to coerce and ;:tyrannise; whenever some trivial inconvenience assails it, :is iasuredly .oi thd down grade and may look for trouble,,with a 'tolerable certainty -of:. finding it.: These 'are. the mod...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

CHAPTER iI. The theatrical party which had come to .Stilliford expecting lVttlc succesbs, found that .unawares ,they had come to a most f vorable spot. They suddenly ,sprang into favor with the townspcople and fame brought money. For some unac countable reason Antoinette had - ·-- -- - given up lecr sulks and was unusually agreeable in private and unaccount ably brilliant in public. It might have been that the undisguised ad miration of her fellow lodger put her in a good humor and made her will mg to remain in an out-ofV-the-way place like -Stillford, or there might have been some occult reason which she did not impart. The young man, for his part, miss ed no opportunity of meeting her; and kept her supplied with flowers and trinkets in a v way that 'must have considerably' impoverished', his slender purse. :Antoinetteo beloiiged to the tribe of the horse-leech's daughters, and, finding that he took a:.hint "easily,- was not slow to. give. him' n'any. .They often had aiooin light s...

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A PRACTICAL SKIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

A PRACTICAL SKIRT. A skirt that is fashionably tight are. yet is comfortably "free and easy," da whiat many girls seek and find a eulty. in securing. There are those, of course, who are always willing to sacri fice comfort to fashion, and those, again (but they seem to be in the minority) who consider comfort and hygiene before fashion, and prefer to be dubbed "dowdy" rather than suffer the inconvenience of . an over-tight modern fashion While it is a' mistake to ignore the modish side of dress and develop a dowdy appearance, it is also a mistake to put up with a fashion that is highly No. 1859.° iniconvonient anid encourages an ugly gait or something equally undesirablo and it behoves the sensible-minded an lovers of the practical to light upon and adopt fashions of a moderate kind, that fail to oitrage ideas of common-sense alid yet are thoroughly up-t6-date without being extreme. A corselet skirt, suiitable for tweed, serge, or cloth, 'that may bhe confidently recommohded as thor...

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(PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.) Lord Vallon's Daughter, [Copyright.] CHAPTER XVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

(PUbtcISrEb BY BPkCIAL ARRANGEMENT.) Lord Vallon's Daughter, DY ARNOLD YORKE, Author of "Brought to Jud ment," " ohe Lord;,' Ei Ldy? iad the l.dger "A iRomeoce of the Btock Exchange," "The Mills of God," to., [f·opyrIkhi.J OtR IPtkR .XVI -(Colhtsal.d, ."I"aiad,'howevbr, bben abl6 to.trace the :niimnbers of nithy Idf the 'bank notes, which had come into his hands. 'Messrs. Hickory and Starre have helied me in this rbspect. So have' the v·iiouis bookmakers who liad, to pay the deceased money. Monsieur Laur ant further tells me that the deceased had. expressed to him, oh the night be imet 'his deaths a great fear- regarding a woman. This woman .had, it seems bebn demanding moiney from. him lately; aird had Moibreover beeii folld?d :ig him.' Indeed, on the night. in quies tion, he went so far as to ask Mons. Iiaurent to go upstairs, arrd inspect the fo6ir hbbv6 hitn.- Lattint' did-so, '?.dd he half imagined' he heard a isliht breathing within one of the rooms that was locked. He attribu...

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CHAPTER XVII.—MR. SALIX HAS DOUBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

1 CHA#TrtL 'XVII.-Mkt. SALLX HAS DOUBTS. -Who the actual assasin was;, was i'ot .atall clear to Salix.r It might be that Millicent had contrived to throw her own' guilt on to Jiidith. She hid; ao cording to her' owni wodHs, coniei' traight to -him from 'Featherihaugh i Buildings. She hbd told him that Fulton was dead. Above all there had, b;if blobd on.-her 'clothes,- and she had had the terrified And horror-stricken appear ance to be expected of a womaf .who Ihad 'just 'committed '- murder'. On the other hand, the stilletto' he hlad given her had - not, apparently, been used. Lady Vallon had stated that she was the only. pierson whd< eduld have obtained hoe razor. The threatening "letter found on the dead man's body 'was ih her hawdwriting. Finally, .her giving the' blood-stained baniknte to her son, within a few. hours' of' the oiinie,,, was. a, most "damning. piece of bvidende' against her. - He dismissed from hisimiiid the idea ,that Millicent was in love with Kavell....

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Women and Their Needs LADIES' COLUMN. FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE. Copyright SUGGESTION FOR A SMART RENOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

? Women and Their Needs Io LADIES' -GOLUMN. FASHION AND THINGS FEM ININE. sy eiA' MELLER. ,, ipp.ý .i.r SUCCESTION FOR A SMART. RENOVATION. Ideas for renovations are generally acceptable to the woman who is to a great extent her own dressmaker, and thanks to the trend of existing fashions it is easy to devise smart and practica? schemes fir rendering a dress, that is no longer quite, new, fresh looking and fashionable. The task is greatly facilitated by the fancy for mixing materials and for wearing double .nd tiered skirts, and also by the fashion in tunic tops, which allows of various pretty changes being rung on a toilette. The most incongruous materials are now mixed, and once more vivid colours may be itsed with success and are a good deal resorted to in the forni of Roman stripes. The dress illustrated affords a very good suggestion for a renovation. It is made of two materials, but could be carried out entirely in self-coloured, plain-sur faced stuffs, or after the manner in ...

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SELECTED RECIPES. Specially written for this column. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

SELECTED RECIPES Specially written for this columh. F'rench Pancakes: Two fresh eggs, two tablespoonfuls of milk, one table spoonful, of self-raising flour, and one tablespoonful of castor sugar. Put the flour. in a basin, add the sugar, and mix it well in. Make a- hole in the flour ,add the eggs (previously lightly beaten), and beat it all to gether. Have ready two buttered saucers, put half the mixture in each. Bake in a moderate oven for 15 min utes till a light golden brown, and then spread with any kind of jam.. Turn each over like a half-moon; anid serve very hot. Apple Pacakees: Half a pinit of milk   half a saltsapoonful each of cinnamon antd ground ginger, 4oz. of flour, one egg, ahd three apples. Make the bat ter in tho usual way and after it has stood for an hour add the apples, peel ed, cored, and cut into small pieces. Pour the mixture into a small frying pan, and proceed as before. Be care ful in turning them, and serve either flat or rolled up. Orange Cus...

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TRAINING ARMY BANDSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

'TRAININC ARMY BANDIMEN, IGreat Britairi- is' the 'only country wrhich undertakes the systematic train ing of ,,its Army . bandsmen, and the selection of the band of the Duke of Cambridge's :Hussars to provide music for the new recruits is a reminder that the present high standard of British Army, bands .is entirely due to the ef forts of the late Duke of Cambridge. After 'peace was declared at the end of the Crimean War a performance was given -at Varna, in the Crimea, by the massed British bands there at . the time, with, results so painful that--the Duke set .to work at once to- provide a, proper training for the Army musi cians. " He enlisted a large number of offi cers in favour, of the scheme, and with the money'they subscribed he took over Kneller' Hall, Hounslow, once the resi dence of. the famous painter; Sir George: Kneller, -and. established there the Military School of Musiq. For nearly twenty years the Duke carried on' te' school without any - Government help, but in 18...

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FAMOUS REGIMENTS. The Lancashire Fusillers. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

FAMOUS .REGIMENT.8?· O R The - Lancashire Fusiliers. Since last October the Lancashire Fusiliers have been in the thick of the' fierce struggle raging on the road to Calais, and they have been commended by Sir John French for their gallantry in throwing back the German troops who have been ordered' to take Calais "at all costs." The fighting record of the Fusiliers extends over a period of 227 years. The regiment was founded in 1088, and amongst its first services for the Empire was a successful de fence of the famous Rock of Gibraltar' when it was besieged for the thirteenth,. time. The Lancashire Fusiliers won lasting fuine on the historic field of Minden. which gave rise to their nickname of the "Minden Boys." On that occasion the North-countrymen faced a terrific', charro by 10,000 French horse. The. Fusihers, though overwhelmed. ,by superior numbers, stood their ground and beat -back the picked npen.~' of France, but they lost over 800 men land officers. A laurel wreath on 'the...

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THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. . All suffering from irritation of the .throa and hoarseness .will .b agreed ably surprised at the almost iinme diate relief afforded by the use of ''Brown's Bronchial Troches." These 'famous "lozenges" are now. sold by most respectable 'chemisiits iii the country. People. troubled with- a hacking cough, a slight cold'or bron chial troubles cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowec to progress, result in serious pulmon ary and Asthmatic affections. See that the signature of John I. Brown and Son is on every wrappier.-Pre pared by Tohn I. Brown & Sons, Boston, U.S.A. European Depvt. 33 Farringdon Road, London, England.

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

Items orf interest. The poor mn wanits food for his appetite; the' rich''man appetite for his food. .- ... . ,A :fool 'is never :master' of himself, ,much less of his people, and wealth. Biuddha . ..Too; great haste to.repay an obliga tion- is a kind of ingratitude.- La Rochefoucauld.. "Doth not the iappetite alter P A main loves the met . In: his youth that he cannot endure in i? his age.":., "`Few things show the truie naituie of a :man more than his humour.: 'The finest humour 'always: comes-.from the finest spirit. The diet of .people should be regulated accordinig totheir age: The older they r become, the simpler and lighter should :their; diet; be. ,Shake speare says: No' army in thie world. can boast 'of men more stalwart, more active,,: or more: healthy. than the young, fellows from our Overseas Dominions.-Lord Bryce. He who postpones.the day for living ans he knows he ought;to do;s .like the fool who esits by the river and waits till it 'flows 'by: but it glides and will gl...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

St. John the Baptist's Chu1ch, Can berra-11 a.m. and 7 p.m Uriarra-3 p.m. . Duntroon, 7 p.m:, Rev. F. G. Ward.

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BLACK SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

BLACK 8OILS. The black soils in different parts of the globe are remarkable for their fertility, and abundant crops are har vested off them year after year without apparent decrease of produc tive capacity-we say "apparent" be cause the continual extraction of plant foods must sooner or later impoverish even the richest land. Such soils exist in parts of Morocco, Russia, Australia, Canada, and a few other places. The most remarkable black soil is probably that of Russia. It has been.calculated to cover an area of 60,000 square miles, and while supplying food for a population of about 20,000,000, yet produces an enormous surplus of wheat for export. It extends right up to the borders of Hungary, and forms oihe largest extent of similar fertile soil known to exist. Its depth varies from ift, or 2ft. to 20ft.; when moist it is let black, when dry of, a dark brown. The dark colour from which it derives its name,. "Tchovnoi zem," is due to the presence of large quantities of. organic veg...

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MAINTENANCE OF SOLAR HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 28 May 1915

MAINTENANCE OF SOLAR ;HEAT. Discussing this i-ell-worn subject in the Comptes rendus1 M.. A. 'Veronnet attempts to calculate the time the sun's activity could be maintained by (1) chemical action, (2) intra-atomic energy (radium), and '(3) the work of gravitational . contraction. .For the first he gets 2000 years, for the second only 170 years; while for the :third he finds that gravitational contraction, according to the rwell-k?own theory of Helmholtz, would: account for several millions of years of solar 'heat, as demanded by the geologiclal record. The fall of meteorites into the sun could account at; most, for only the four hundredth part of the.sun's heat.

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