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FOR STOMACH WORMS IN SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
FOR STOMACH WORMS IN SHEEP -4--- In the cooler districts, salt is almost as necessary to sheep as the food they eat; it main tains them in health and vigor, and keeps them free from many internal parasites. It is necessary, too, that they be re gularly and systematically drenched. Some farmers only use dren ches when they see evidences of worm infestation, 'but ex perience has shown that if drenching is done at certain periods of the year the sheep are maintained in better health and condition. Stomach worms are generally evident towards the winter, and if the sheep are " drenched about the begin. ning of March', and at monthly intervals thereafter until May, it will generally be found the, parasites will be' controlled. Above all, the provision of a good supply of food must, be regarded as a main 'factor in coping with any :infection brought about by a low condi tion of ýthe animals. 'How to' deal With stomach worms in sheep is the subject of:a free publication 'sulplied 'by the' N...
TIME TO ACT DON'T WAIT FOR THE FATAL STAGES OF KIDNEY ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
TIME TO ACT ,DON'T WAIT FOR. THE FATAL STAGES OF KIDNEY ILLNESS. Occasional attacks of backache, irregular urination, headaches and dizzy spells are frequent symptoms of kidney disorders. It's an error to neglect these. ills. The attacks' may pass off for a time but, generally return 'with greater intensity. Don't delay a minute. Begin taking Doan's Backache Kidney Pills and keepi up their use until the desired results are obtained. Good work in Austra lia proves the effectiveness of this great kidney remedy. Mr. W. A. Parker, Monaro Street, Queanbeyan, says: "I obtained a bottle of Doan's -Backache Kidney Pills and this medicine proved the very thing I needed for pains in the small of the back. I had suffered terribly with backache and could not get anything to relieve the pain. However, I have been quite free of this trying ailment ever since I used Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. They are a splendid kidney remedy and should be taken by all who suffer from backache, for it is a very...
FOR MUSIC LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
FOR MUSIC LOVERS. e---- For 73 years Palings have been steadily building up their name and reputation for honest dealing, and year by year their business has grown and grown until to-day their name is a household word to thousands and thousands of Australians, and whenever Palings is men tioned thoughts of music are instantly conjured up. So great has their business grown that their present head quarters are no longer large enough for them and it became imperatively necessary for them to obtain more room. They have therefore opened up a Branch establishment right in the heart of the new business centre in Pitt Street, and it will indeed be grand news to hundreds of homes to learn that in order to commem orate this great event Palings have decided to give every buyer of a Pi'ano, Player Piano or Organ from now until the 14th April a discount of 10 per cent. off the printed list price of the instrument selected. This means potinds saved to any buyer and we advise our readers to take f...
LOCAL WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
LOCAL WOOL. Good competition was ex perienced for district wools at the Sydney auctions on Mon day. The clips offered dis played a good depth of staple and were' attractive in quality. ,Winchcombe, Carson's sales in _cluded Frank Snow, Cuppa cumbalong, fleece 25 d, 25d, 24½d, broken 21d, bellies 16-ld, locks 9jd; W. J. Darmody, Ma jura, 251d, 23d fleece; and H. A. Clothier,. Queanbeyan, 23½d, 23d and 22!.d fleece.
AUSTRALIAN COMPOSERS Radio Helps Them. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
AUSTRALIAN COMPOSERS Radio Helps Them. Radio is being used to en courage Australian composers and as a means of making the music of Australians more widely known, station 2FC will broadcast to-night (Thursday) the first concert of the newly formed Australian Composers' League which will be held- at Beale's Concert Salon, Sydney. The programme will include vocal and instrumental compo sitions, by such well known Australian composers as: Ernest Truman Lindley Evans Esther Hahn Cecille Goldberg Christian Hellemann Oswald Anderson Rex de Cairos Rego, and Dulcie Cohen. The' artists who will inter pret the compositions will tin clude: Bryson Taylor (the principal mover in the new league) Lindley Evans Lionel Lawson Russell Rix 3 Miss'Iris de Cairos Rego, and £,Robeit Turner. It is ,hoped that these con "erts will be held monthly, and publicity and encouragement be given to Australian compo sers by means of wireless trans.. mission. Incidentally, it may lbe mentioned that Mr. Oswald Anders...
(Published by Arrangement.) WHERE THE LAW FAILS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
(Published by Arrangement.) WHERE THE LAW FAILS "The evils of the Prohibition system," says the Birmingham "Post," in a leading article, "are altogether too serious and too widespread to be ignored; and they are likely, we think, rather to increase as time goes by than to diminish. "The law does not effectively prohibit. "The United States has lost the power to watch over the quality of the drink which peo ple continue to consume. "If prohibition has destroyed one set of vested interests, it has created another. The boot-legging fraternity, which makes profits more than com mensurate With its risks, is reckoned nowadays among supporters of the law which brought it into being. And, meanwhile, there is growing up a generation imbued with a dangerous disrespect for the law. If men learn to think of one law, directly affecting themselves,, as unjust and ab surd, as a thing habitually ig nored by many, and to be de fled without public reprobation the evil cannot be expected to stop at th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
J. G. HARRIS & CO. AUCTIONEERS & GENERAL AGWITS 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 Complete Your INCOME TAX RETURNS and give you advice in reference thereto. 15 years' experience. TRUST MONEY TO LEND ON GOOD SECURITIES £1,000 or £5,000 AGENTS for Sale of the Principal Estates and Allotments. Cheapest and Best Sites in Queanbeyan. ROTE THE ADDRESS J. G. HARRIS & CO. COUNCIL CHAMBERS, OPP. POST OFFICE, QUEAN~WYAN The Star Pictures Ring 156 for Reservations. SATURDAY, MARCH 27th "THE LITTLE GIANT." Starring GLEN HUNTER .4 Drama with, a BIG ,,D" Satire with a BIG "LS Comedy with a BIG ( . You'll award it the D. S.C. for Entertainment., Matinee Every Saturday Afternoon. The World Wonder Picture, "The Phantom of the Opera," 5th (Easte...
CUT-OUT PATTERNS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
CUT-OUT. PATTERNS This week we illustrate.a Smart Frock with full-flared skirt, which can be made of any washing material with muslin or linen for cuffs and collar. Required, 23j yards 40 inches wide and I yard. for cuffs and collar the same width. .Price e1/1 to any address: fi Write to; "Pattern Service," Advo cate Offi'ce, Queanbeyani:
CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1926 CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Queanbeyan Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1926 r CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Queanbeyan Parish. Queanbeyan, 8 a.m. H.C., 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Burra, 3 p.m. REV. S. J. WEST, Rector. Canberra Parish. R.M.C., 10, a.m. Acton .Hall, 8 a.m. St. John's, Canberra, 11 a.m. Children's Service, 3 p.m. Molonglo, 7.30 a.m." REV. F. G. WARD. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Queanbeyan, 8.30 and 10.30 a.m. Mass. Molonglo, 8 a.m. Mass. Acton, 9.30 a.m. Mass. REV. P. M. HAYDON. PRESBYTERIAN. Queaabuya., 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. REV. C. CALDWELL WEARNE METHODIST. Duntroon, 10 a.m. Queanbeyan, 11 a.m. andI 7.30 p.m. Wattle Park, 11 a.m. Acton 11.15 a.m. Sattei, 8 p.m. Spring Range, 7 p.m. Westlake, 7.30 p.m., S..REV. W. tEVANS. Aýboy,:with some companions, took four motor cars during Tuesday night, over at North Sydney and af terwards abandoned. them close to the residences of their' owners. ,.In the morning he stole another car and was driving it near the police sta tion in North Sydney when he was arrested. - Mr. Mares says that the St...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
CRXKET A match was played in the local Park on Sunday between Queanbeyan B grade team and McC-arthy's XI., the latter win ning by two wickets and 52 runs. A feature of the match was that seven of Queanbeyan's team failed to score a run. V. Marsh 21 and W. Saba 16 were the principal contributors to the total of 56. Mooney 29 and Pickering 21 (retired were the chief scorers for thj winners. Scores: QUEANBEYAN B. R. Lupton, c Mooney, b Stanley .... .. . .. 9 A. Newman, c Wilson, b Horan .. .... . ... 5 T. Traill, b Wilson .. . 0 V. Marsh, c Stanley, b New combe ...... .'. 21 C. Probin, b Stanley .. .. 0 F. Blundell, b Stanley .. .. 0 C. Weller, b Stanley .. 0 W.Saba, c Mooney, bWilson 16 C. Sebbens, b Newcombe ... 0 C. Bell, b Newcombe .. .. "0 P. Gallagher, not out .. .. 0 Sundries . ... ... 5 Total........ 56 Bowling': Horan, 1 for 2; Wilson, 1 for ,12; Stanley, 4 for 8; Emslie,. 0 for 10; Sutton, 0 for 8; Newconibe, 3 for 11. McCARTHY'S XI. Stanley, c Newman, b Lupton 2 A. Wilson, l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
CAUTION TO TRESPASSERS : ONBI founl d ipaesing or duck Sshooting. In any of the CarRwe*l Ipadoki will: be prosecuted. 3. F. MA .LIM, Curw!ools. New Prices Dodge Brothers, Inc., are able to make a tremendous reduction in prices because they are practically doubling production. They believe in passing on to the buyer the full benefit of savings effected through greater and. better facilities. Tbe completion of a $10,000,000 expansion programme puts them in a better position than ever before to meet the enormous demand for a product that was always exceptionally good and is now better than ever. NEW PRICES NOW AVAILABLE FROM YOUR .'DEALE " S5AIiDARDISED MO4TORS LIMITra * ~ e CAeTL BRBAeH TREET,..YIDPAW .* AAsCIA'E m?WiR W. S. FREEIODY uEmA. rIII W GRAND ANNIVERSARY SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 6th FOURTEEN DAYS ONLY 10 per cent. Discount, 2s in I on all Cash Purchases in Hard ware, Crockery, Glassware and Tinware Departments. Don't Miss the Chance of secur ing some of our many bargains C. B. K...
HAND-FEEDING OF SHEEP The Utility of Scrub [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
HAND-FEEDING OF SHEEP .The Utility of Scrub While edible trees and scrub undoubtedly have their,,.utility for the pastoralist in dry times, it is unwise to make use of them except as a last resource. Any type of feed is to be 'preferred to this, which is only good for full-grown sheep, and wethers for preference. The varieties of native scrub and trees available for feeding stock in drought depends on the districts affected. Probably the best known are kurrajong, wilga, mulga, myall and wil low; others not so palatable but extensively used are apple, box, rosewood, boree, pine, &c: Certain drought - resistant plants, such as saltbush, &c., are not included in this cate gory, since they are the natural sheep food of the western dis tricts. It is a matter of regret, as some stockowners are begin ning to realise, that these na tural fodders should have been so ruthlessly cut out. Even when being cut for sheep, it is noticed that in some cases, in stead of being lopped, ...
QUEANBEYAN - CANBERRA ADVOCATE Incorporating the "Queanbeyan Leader." THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1926 P. & C. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
QUEANBEYAN - CANBERRA ADVOCATE 'ncorporating the "Quncanbeyan Leader," THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1926 P, & C. ASSbOCIATION. , The annual meeting of the Quean beyan Parents and Citizen's Associa; which was called for yesterday, was, on account of the wet weather, post poned till to-morrow night (Friday) at 7.30 p.m. at the Public School. RABBIT SKIN PRICES. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report: Competition was brighter at Sydney rabbit skin sales on Wednesday. Supplies totalled 59 tons, Values at closing auctions showed an ad vance of id to Id compared with the previous week's figures. Autumns made to 42d. per lb., pelty to 36jd, ,racks 29d to 32id, does to 26d, and others from 15d up, Greasy sorts made from 15d to 221d per lb. fIare skins sold from 1/6 to 6/3 per 4ozen. 3IURRYONG WOOL CLIP. Mr. F. W. Hyles, of Murryong, se- si cured the following prices for his b wool clip at the Sydney wool sales s, on Tuesday:-6 sup w at 26id, 5 b sup e at 261d, 13 A 1st w at 25id, 5 sup AAA 1st h at ...
PROPOSAL TO SELL SCHOOL OF ARTS AND ERECT NEW BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
PROPOSAL TO SELL SCHOOL OF. ARTS AND ERECT NEW BUILDINGS Although the Queanbeyan School of Arts .boasts of. a membership of about two hundred, the subscribers' interest in the welfare of the insti tution is not what. itl.ought to be. This was 'evidenced by the poor at tendance at the general meeting which was held on Tuesday night to t consider ps proposal to sell the pre- s sent site and buildings and purchase other land in Crawford Street,-'and erect thereon new, buildings. There were preseht Messrs. F. P. 1 Woodward (President), J.'Hardman, W. : S. Martin, W. O. Russell, H. W. Deane, ;W. Roper, G. Greenlees, W. I O'Neill, T. E. Woodger, C. T. and A. T. Campbell, A. Cbllett, J. Ridley, S. J. West; A. Johnston, and S. E. Gibbs. Mr. Woodward deplored the small attendance at a meeting called to t consider such an important matter as the selling of their present site and buildings. He explained that the committee had the chance of 1 securing a piece of land in Crawford I Street 'at a ...
MASTER PICTURE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
MASTER PICTURE NEWS &nbsp; The public generally is more &nbsp; or less used to a good deal of &nbsp; "fake" scenes in motion pic- &nbsp; tures, but there is nothing &nbsp; "faked" about the runaway &nbsp; trucks in "Tall Timbers," the new Australian Master Picture production which will shortly &nbsp; be released. Two professional &nbsp; pugs were engaged for the &nbsp; fight scene, which is replete &nbsp; with thrills and realism, and &nbsp; with these two gentlemen &nbsp; struggling on-top of the trucks &nbsp; with the leading man, Eden &nbsp; Landeryou, the log train was &nbsp; sent on its perilous journey. &nbsp; The trucks got out of control &nbsp; and reached a velocity of sixty &nbsp; miles an hour in a mad rush &nbsp; over a flimsy tressle bridge &nbsp; across one of the deepest ra vines in the Australian moun tains. I...
ROYALLA. The MacGreer Cup [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
ROYALLA. The MacGreer Cup Queanbeyan Railway crick eters visited Royalla on Sunday last and took the MacGreer Cup home by an innings and 63 runs. Royalla batted first and made 40, Bourke Brothers and E. Blewitt being the chief scorers with 8 runs each. H. McJannett was best with the ball for the-visitors, taking five wickets for 21 runs, Queanbeyan boys put toge ther 95 in their first innings, the principal scorers being G. Gribble 14, Captain Kearney 22, and W. Ricklar 21. F. Twy ford bowled well for the home team taking 7 for 50. Royalla could only knock up 54 in their second innings, and Queanbeyan 62. Both sides gave a poor dis play, although the game was most enjoyable. The Royalla boys intend having another bid next Sun day to bring the MacGreer Cup home for the winter. The team will comprise the follow ing:-J. Moore, H. Gibbs, M. Morrison, Art. Evans, D. Mc Kenzie, F. Twyford, J. Morri son, C. Morrison, Jim and Jack Burke. E. Gibbs (12), and'E. Blewitt (13).
ELECTRIC LIFTS AT FEDERAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE, CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 March 1926
ELECTRIC LIFTS AT FEDERAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE, CANBERRA In the House of Representatives recently the following questions were asked the Minister representing the Minister for Home and Territories: 1. Is it a fact that Australian tender- ers for the supply of all electric lifts at Federal Parliament House, Can- berra, were unsuccessful, in that the order for service lifts was placed with a foreign company at a very low price? 2. Is it a fact that the said foreign company is securing the lift machinery from France? 3. What action, if any, is proposed to ensure that preference to either Australian or British products is observed in this instance? The following answers were last week supplied to the questions:— &nbsp; 1. No. The Federal Capital Com- &nbsp; mission has advised that six tenders were received for the supply of elec- tric lifts at Parliament House, all being from Australian firms. The suc- cessful tenderers were Messrs. Way- good Otis (Australia) Proprietary Li...
TENNIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 8 April 1926
TENNIS MATCH. The following players vill, repre sent the Queanbeyan Tennis Club in a match against the. Methodist Club on the former's courts nexttSaturday, play to, commence at 2 p.m. sharp. Messrs. Ayliffe, Keys, Skinner, Ford, Roper, and Greenlees. Mesdames Griffiths and Freebody, Misses Clarke and Moran. The ladies will provide afternoon tea.