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Methodist. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
S Methodist; Quoanlbeyan-11 a.m. Queanbeyan, 7.30 p.m '.,,, Wattle .Park--ll1 a,m. Wattlo Park-7 p.m. .Weetangara-3 p.m. Rev. .D. ,C. Hughcs. . Duntroon; R.M.C-10 a.m;. >Cott.r. River, 2.. r 30 p.m., Canberra;', 7.30 p.m , Rev. V. 'W::iThOV mpsoiij. .A.
Indigestion CAUSED CONSIDERABLE SUFFERING. WONDERFUL RESULTS FROM A COURSE OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Indigestion CAUSED CONSIDERArLE SUF FERING. WONDERFUL RESULTS FROM A COURSE OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. "Aftez a severe attack of Rhcuma tic Fever I was a martyr to Indiges tion," writes Mr. George Samuel Pamplin. Greengrocer, of 200 Weston Road, Rozelle, N.S.W.. "and my en tire system became deranged. Headaches I had badly, and I would be constipated for a week at a stretch. After eating, a heavy burn ing lump would settle in my chest; the pain was distressing, and I had a stuffedtup sensation as if I was choking. Through my Indigestion I was so incapacitated that I would have little or no rest for a week, and it was utterly. impossible to perform my duties. After taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills I was relieved of all signs of Indigestion; my bowels were soon put into perfect working order and they now act as regularly as they should. I find a decided Im provement in my health. I have tried many medicines, but have found none as good a corrective as Dr. Morse's Indian Roo...
Football Days. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Football. Days.. The football days liave come again;, the gladdest of the year; One side of Willie's nose is gone; and Tom has lost an ear; . Heaped on the field, the players jab, and punch, and tear, Thev knock the breath from those beneath and gouge without a care, ".,: . They break each ;Other's arms and legs, and ?:pullijoints out of place, ...:.: : . And here and thereis one who gets his teeth kicked from his'face ; The :freshman and the sophomore,. be Ssmeared with grime and.muid,';?: Go, gallantly to get the -.ball,andrlquit all, h bathed in blood; The senior knocks the junior, down;,and * kicks him in the chest. Thehilgh school boy is carried home and gently laid at rest, When here and there a 'crowded stand col- , * lapses 'neath its.weight' -And forty I people get more than they paid .for at the gate, O, brave, O, happy, careless days; how deep the mother's joy, What time she thinks of all the things. thev're doing to her boy. How proud she is to know thathe is in.the. ._,...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
, TENNIS. On Saturday afternoon'last a very enjoyable tennis match was: played in the local park between teams rep resenting Molonglo and Queanbeyan and tinder the captaincy of Messes. Rooney and Woodward respectively. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies of the local team. Scores: Ridley i andSanders v Maslin and Golding 6-4, 6-3. Ridley and Sanders v Rooney and Sheehan 6-z, 6ý5. Woodward and Roberts v Rooney and Sheehan 6.2, 6-3. :. Woodward and Robertsv Maslin and Golding 6-3, 6-4. Mrs. Wicks and. Miss.H. Russell v Mrs. Rooney, and Miss M. Barnett 3-6, 4-6. Misses U. and B BRussell v Mrs. Rumph and Miss Barnet 6-5,3.-6. Mrs. Wicks and .Ridley v Miss Barnet and Rooney .6.3.' * . Miss U. Russell and :Roberts v Miss' M. Barnet and Maslin 4-6. Miss 'H.Russell and Woodward v Mrs. Rumph' and Golding 5-6. r Miss B. ,Russell arid, Sanders v Mrs. Rooney and Sheehan 5-6. Miss. H.. Russell, and, Woodward v Miss Barnet alid Masliti 2-6. Miss.U. Russell and Roberts$i Mrs. Ruinpli aindGold...
St. Benedict's Convent School. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
St. Benedict's Convent School. The following are the results of an examination held from The Na tional Business: College, Sydney, on 12th May. Eighty per cent. or over is considered a' pass with honours. The successful pupils are :-Iuterme diate shorthand : Miss Maggie Fitz gerald, 93 per cent. ; Miss-Olive Ledger, 94 per cent. ; Miss Iris Shappere, 99 per cent.; Miss Eileen Whittaker, 91 per cent.; Miss Mary Hogan, 92 per cent. Elementary shorthand : Miss Marjorie Sargeant, 99 per cent ; Miss Myrtle Mayo 9go per cent. We congratulate the Sisters on the proficiency attained' by their pupils.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
PERSONAL. i Mr. T. A. Vance, surveyor, who has been carrying out survey work in different parts of the Capital Ter ritory, has been transferred to Port Augusta, the terminus of the Trans continental line. Writing of Port Augusta, which promises to be one of the great ports of the' Continent,. it fell to the lot of Captain Davies of this town, to visit the port ý in 188x. He had taken a cargo of New Zea land oats from Port Lyttleton to South Africa for the use of the Bri tish cavalry horses during the Boer war, and carried despatches from New - Zealand to the then governor of Cape Colony, Sir Hercules Robinson, to whom he was introduced. The same night as Captain Davies arrived at Government House, 'there also ar rived General Roberts from England, sothat he had the honor of meeting the late great soldier. Returning in ballast from Capetown to Freemantle, he loaded Jarrah sleepers for Miller Bros., railway contractors for Port Augusta, and it was on that occasion he saw the now progr...
BRINDABELLA WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
B' RIUDABELLA WOOL. SDistrict wools were among, .the -lines ".which' attracted keen, competi tion at last Thursday's Sydney wool sales.' Yorkshire buyers were very: activei bidders.,on Mr..,J. M. :E, Franklin's Bramina clip': from ;Brin-i dabella, "put up' for s:'ale' byx"Winch'-. coinbe, Carson,-Ltd:, The fleecewas oft. good quality 'and" well grown 'and realised :12-'per . lb.;
Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
" Sydney Wool Sales. ".John Bridge & Co:, Ltd. report: We offered 2,700 :bales of wvool on the: 27th ,May. The market for; faulty wool' wvas practically unchanged, but: for, all free, combing wools in .the grease, irrespective ofe condition, fthere'?i as a sharp,. advance of from 10, to15 per cent. accompanied by :theikeenest competition. Free cross-: breds~ shared in the same adtvancb. Ourirtop' price for merino fleece wasn 16 .d.-for crossbreds 13d4. F.or Chronic Chest Complaints, i?1 oods' Grcat Peppermint Cure, 1/6 ':. The twenty-eight casualty list is ;sued last night contains 325 names, including 43 deaths, of which 40 were. N.S.W. men killed in action. This brings the total casualties to 4915, including 619 killed and! 4245 wounded. Senior-sergeant Wood has returned from his holidays. Residents of the Burra are invited by advertisement in this issue to at tend a public meeting to be held in the Burra park on Saturday after noon next for the purpose of arrang ing sport...
THE WAR. TO-DAYS NEWS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
* THE WAR. TO-DAYS NEWS. LONDON, Tuesday. A Washington message states that profound disappointment is felt at Germany's reply to America's pro test.: The situation is considered graye. A correspondent at Athens reports that the Allies continue to advance against the Turks' main position at Gallipoli. The fleet is assisting. - Zeppelins bombed Helingsford and destroyeo a passenger steamer ,and some cotton sheds. The Russians are pursuing the Germans at Shaveli and have cap tureda pany guns besides compelling the enemy to evacuat3 several po sitions. Swiss advices say that the Austro German losses in the frontier fight ing against Italy are estimated at 1600 killed and 4000 wounded or .captured. It is stated that the enemy has concentrated 600,000 troops with 70 batteries against Italy. SAnti-German riots have occurred at Milan German buildings being. damaged. Many shops were set on fire and others wreckeo. -Three-hundred arrest were macd. .The danage amounts to £40,000. 'A casualty l...
Children's £10,000. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Children's t10,000. The following amounts have been received from schools ;-Duntroon, £6/1Ii5, Queanbeyan, £18/4/-, Bun. gendore, £5/1i6, Gundaroo, £7/1 x/2. contributions now total over £15,ooo. It is anticipated that the amount aimed at will be more than doubled.
Garden and Field Calendar for June, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Farden and Field Calendar for June, 1915. By A. Lansdowne,, Seedsman, Goulburn -The May weather since the 14th has been unusual. Never before ?'iavk we had such an unbroken spell of cold, westerly, cloudy weather in May, and the rainfall has been bare ly.:sufficient. We are likely to have better growing weather in June. Duiring the winter months all land owners away from permanent water should provide ample water storage. There is planty of water for all pur poses if it were conserved, and more is .spent in labor and money in dry Steasons than woul'd 'rovide' an ample supply. One of the worst featur of our rural 'districts is the bare con dition of many residences. Trees, and shrubs and a vegetable gardten .oula act' to the value antl comfort of 'every home, and give a healthrul supply of food. 'The man on the land should have abund'ant supplies of. all these. Well cultivate and manure all land, stir soil deeply, ana sow in drills. We may expect some cold weather and sharps frosts, ...
TO-DAY'S POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
TO-DAY'S POLICE. At the Police Court, this morning. lbeforethe Police Magistrate, Mr. J.! B. Guuii, Thomas" Bradley, on re= mind, was sentenced to three mouths' hard. labour, in Goulburn jail fori stealing a bicycle the: property of Mr. W.'B. Freebody. One defendant for.' ": bending his elbow' too often v'was finied xo/. David Hall, an unkempt mati of;small stiatue. who had a'strfig. of aliases to,his ,namie, and a long list' of previous convictions, was sentenced to six mouths hard labour in .Goll burn jail for .stealing a tent the pro perty'of'the Rev. G. H. Hirst.' He accepted his sentence without a mur ,mitr,' but upon? being removed cto the cells addressed the Bench and asked that lie b?eseteticed " to "some other .jail tlian Gouilburi as tliere :lie ~ould be confined to the cells, owiiig to hliis beiig:,sirh Ii an old offender. : The presiding magistrate calmly inforimedi the:' prisoner 'that; the: authorities would look: after that matter.': Theh eviderice will be, given in -...
Queanbeyan and District Mail Services. Time Table of the Arrival and Closing of Mails at the Queanbeyan Post Office. MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Queanbean and District Mall Services. Time Table of the Arrival and Clos. ing of Mails at the ,Queanbeyan Post Ofhce. 'MAILS ARRIVE FROM Sydney, Melbourne, T.P.O. No. 1, T.P.O. No. 2, Goulburn, Bungendore and Yass, Monday 5 a.m.; Tuesday to Saturday inclusive 5.30. a.m. Cooma, Nimmitabel. Umeralla, Michelago, Villiamsdale, Royalla, Daily (Sunday excepted) 9.35 p.m. Ainslie, Ginninderra, Hall, Jeir, Murrumbateman, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 4.50 p.m. (By Coach).. Monday. 5 a.m., Wednesday and Friday 5.30 a.m. (By Train). Majura, Tuesday 4.50 p.m., Sat urday 10 a.m. Tharwa, Daily (Sunday excepted) 6.10 p.m. Gudgenby, Monday, 6.10 p.m. Canberra and Duntiroon, ..Daily (Sunday excepted) 6 p.m. Amungula, Sutton, Gundaroo, Monday, Wednesday .and Friday, 1 p.m. (by coach); Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday (By Train) 5.30 a.m Uriarra and Cotter Junction, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6 p.m. . Brindabella, Monday and Friday 6p.m. . "y Burra, Wednesday and Saturday 4.30 p.m. (By Coach); Tue...
Plenty of Good Reasons Why [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Plenty of Good Reasons Why These are some of theit'mn ( ,Every Ctistomer receives absolute satisfaction. -For .cleanliness and . quality ,of goods it has no: rival.:' . Queanbeyan people also know they patronise a place that helps to make strangers form a good opinion of our town, when visiting it. The above are only a few of the several good reasons why PO''IRI'S DINING ROOMS are so- popular. The place where you can have a wvholesome meal or light refresh ments at all hours; and where the best fruit and choicest confectionery are procurable=-Potiri's "Canberra" Dining and Refreshment Rooms, Monaro.street, Queanbeyan. Tele. phone 77. ,
Neglected Vision. Ernest Bosch's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Neglected Vision. Ernest Bosch's Visit. This well.known firm of sight specialists, whose periodical visits duri'ng the past ten years are an indication of expert attention will visit -Queaubeyan, Harrison's Hotel, Wednesday, June 16th. We can be seen only at the above hotel on date advertised. Beware 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. Sell sight testers sent free to any address.
JUNE—XXX Days. Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
JUNE-XXX Days. Phases of the Moon. d. h. m. Last Quarter 5 2 32 a.m. New Moon... 13 4 57 a.m. First Quarter 21 12 24 a.m. Full Moon ... 27 2 27 p.m. SYDNEY STANDARD TIME. . h.m. I h.m. a.m. I m 1 Tue 6 514 54 8 241010 2 Wed 6 51 4 54 9 33 0 53 3 Thu 652( 4 5410 40 1 28 4 Fri 6 5214 54 11 42 j11 58 5 Sa 6 53 4 53 a.m. ( p.m. 6 Sun (6 53 4 53 12 41j12,49 7 Mon (6 54 4 53 1 38 115 8 Tues 6 5 4 53 2 35 1 41 9 Wed (6 55 4 53 3 33 2 11 10 Thu 16 55 4 53 4 31 2 45 11 6 56 53 1 5 .30 23 12 Sat (6 56(4 53 6 26 1 4 7 13 Sun 6 56 4 53 720 156 14 Mon 6 57 4 53 8 10 5 51 15 Tue 6 5714 53 8 53 6 50 16 Wed 6 574 53 9 3 750 17 Thu (658 4 53 0 6 8 52 18 Fri 16 58 4 53 10 36 9 53 19 Sat (658 53 11 5 1055 20 Sun 6 59(4 53 1 32 11' 6 21 Ion (6 50 43 p.mi. ja.mn 22 Tue 6 59 4 53 1231 1 2 23 Wed [7 0 4 51 1 51210 24Thu 7 014 54 1 461 322 25Fri (7 014 55 2 36 437 26 Sat 7 04 55 3 37 1 5 51 27 Sun 7 0 (4 55 4 46(6 58 28 Mon 7 0 4 56 5 59,1 7 56 29 Tue 7 0 4 56 7 121 8 44 30 1Wcd 7 04 56 8 22 9 23
Peculiar Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Peculiar Incident. A peculiar incident occurred at Guudagai public school when the collection boxes were: opened.- On openiig. Kathleen,: Beatty'sI box a cheque was discovered, which had no :duty stamp on, and on looking into .the matter it was discovered .that the cheque,: one of: Mhil Trigloue's, was dated.g r I." This. cheque had evi dently been placed in the box during the: gri hospital collections and was not noticed uutil Wednesday last. It isthought it must have been caught in the lid ..