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GROWING WHEAT. The Width of the Drills. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
GROWING WHEAT. The Width of the Drills. Some attention 'has been directed lately to the question whether the com mon'`practice in' New' Soith Wales of bwing': wheat in drills seven t "-eight inchees? apart is the best, or whether the 'pee -between could be increased or reduced .with advantage. 'In America some"z'laima biae' being made on- behalf of 'acloer Sowing' and there is actually in I the markets there a machine: drill that has:,only"three inches between the cbhlteri ': : . 'A"'~qdestlon on the subject was' ad dressed'`t6'the' Department' of 'Agricul tutes reeentlyj, aid' the Chief Inspector ifnrtie'reply: renaarked that th' experi ends of e-the Department'' is that the wi+th"oft?he 'drills- at 'present in use Ner??(seven:to eight inches)' is too little for the , drier districts: of New South Wale!, and if anything it would be preferable 'to have the' width of the dH4ill'geitted rather than less; in other words, 'ten: indhed rather 'than four. E3 ' iments earried out at some o...
THE ORCHARD. GUMMOSIS. A Common Orchard Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
THE ORCHARD. GUMMOSIS. A' Common Orchard Trouble. Probably no sight is more familiar to growers of peaches, apricots, cherries, or plums, than the exudation of gum from the wood. Sometimes the masses of it are large; sometimes they are only minute pearly drops. Sometimes the tenderest twigs are affected, sometimes the slain trunk. Sometimes it is not even reen on the surfnee, but collects in the interior of the cells or in cavities known as "gum pockets." At all times, however, it is an indica tion that there is something wrong, and in a current article, the Biologists of the Department of Agriculture indicate sole of the causes. The phenomenon of gummosis has ex cited perhaps more investigation than any other problem in plant pathology, and it appears that in stoine fruit and in citrus the conditions that are asso ieated with it are very similar. According to Ormond Butler, who has done considerable work in this field, gum mosis appears to arise within the plant, and to be induced ...
THE SHAFTESBURY HOME FOR IN[?]BRIATES. NEW GOVERNMENT POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
THE SHAFTESBURY HOME FOR INEBRIATES. &nbsp; NEW GOVERNMENT POLICY. (By V.J.) It was a happy thought that prompted Mr. Hall, Minister for Justice, when in consultation with the Comptroller-Gen- eral of Prisons, to suggest the establish ment of an Inebriates' Home at Wat- ons Bay. The old building, formerly used as a Maternity Home, and once a Reformatory for Unruly Girls, is being rapidly transformed into a prosperous looking country residence. It is a one storied structure, built on a rambling plan, and divided into sections by open squares or courts. Green turf and avi- aries of singing birds will make these courts attractive and cheerful for the inmates. All that is suggestive of re- formatory days and prison life is being removed, and every improvement that will impart an atmosphere of home and cheerfulness is introduced. The aim is to treat the non-criminal inebriate as the victim of a curable dis- ease. Much has been done even in gaol walls to segregate him from crimina...
THE WISE CROWN PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
THE WISE OROWN PRINCE. He was a born manager; When he dismissed Bismarck, his oldest son, the Crown Prince, who was only a little boy then, said:-"Father they say that you will now tell the people what to do all by yourself. You'll enjoy that, won't you'l" The conversation was not pro longed. The same impression is conveyed in the popular riddle-" What is the differ. once between, the Emperor and God Al mighty?" to which the answer is: " "God Almighty knows all things, but the Emperor knows all things much bot ter." - ! One night the Kaiser, enjoying him soif in the Opera House, laughed im moderately at the remark of a stage hero, who, being asked, "Do you ever quarrel0" briskly replied, "No, not if 1 have my own way." The Empress's brother was present, and remarked to-a friend, "'It reminds me so much of my brother-in-law and sister. They never fight, because he sees to it that his slightest whims are obeyed; nay, more, anticipated." His insane sense of supremacy intrudes oven into...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
Owing to the New Award for Carters coming into operation we, the Under signed, -are compelled to make the fol lowing arrangement. On and after Saturday, May 29th, NO ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR DELIVERY THE SA ME DAY after 5 o'clock Ordinary Days, and 7 o'clock on Saturdays. This Rule will be strictly adhered to. (Signed) HAYES & RUSSELL, Ltd. P. C. HILL & SON J. B. YOUNG- & CO. GOOD - - WINTER - GOODS - - COST LESS - at - - CHEAPSIDE. You can be sure of getting utmcst value in ali your-Winter Requirements. There's no better way of stretching your spending power Sthan by buying all your wants at CHEAPSIDE. Our Low Price. enable you to get more for your mioney than you have been in the habit of getting if you haie not been purchasing at HILL & SON'S. The Very Latest Fashion Goods are to be seen here in great variety. A visit to our Showroom will interest every lady with keen discriminative taste. Every article indicates marvellous value and is bound to...
THE STATIONMASTER'S DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
THE STATIONMsASTER'S DILEMMA. Little wonder that "lose majeste'" is a serious crime in a country that is own ed by such a Sovereign. Little consider ation could be expected of the comforts and conveniences of others that would affect the royal dignity. A stupid regu lation was issued by Germany's "All highest" that all stationmasters in Prus sia were to provide themselves with a specially-designed dress-suit, including a toy sword and a plumed hat, to wear when the Kaiser passed through their towns. As the outfit cost about a fourth of the average station-master's annual salary, resignation or starvation, or both, necame the order of the day. According to the Secret History of the Court of Berlin prosecutions and punish ments for loes majeste are so numerous that for this offence some three hundred years of imprisonment are imposed by Prussian judges from January to De cember, and the other statelets follow suit. " Accordingly, three thousand five hundred years-twice the timer of th...
FOR WOMAN'S EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
FOR WOMAN'S EYE. S(By "Blue Bird.") A charming design is shown in our il lustration, in which both a striped and plain material are combined.. The tunic is shaped so as to reveal a square panel of the striped underskirt, and a wired Medici collar flares above revers of striped.ailk, opening over the corsage to form a V at the throat. Black velvet will be worn very much this winter for walking gowns. Indeed, it is the material' of the hour for all smart occasions and it is a very notice able fact that although coats and skirts are still very popular-indeed, it is not supposed that they will over be any thing else-walking dresses are at pres ent enjoying a vogue they have not had for years past. A smart-walking dress, with a good set of furs or a rur coat, is infinitely more up-to-date than even the latest model in a coat and skirt suit. Spenking of furs, they vwill be more worn than ever this winter. If we all wear the accepted styles when the really cold weather sets in, we shall re...
Earlier Cables. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
Earlier Cables. ,? Austro-Germans gained a footing .in :the precincts of one of the Przemysl forts, but after an obstin ate; battle, were repulsed,. with: heavy losses.. Gorizia,. the key of the Austrian position, covering Trieste, has been attacked by the Italian artillery, and a fort destroyed. Austrians have been routed west ward of.the Monte Crose Pass. . The French Government intends to ;make reprisals on Germany for the; .latter's use of . inflammable liquids 'in' tiench warfare.. Ten German subtuarines, it is said, are prowling round the Dardanelles. It is estimated that 250,000 Turks are perfectly entrenched, in strong positions, with at least one German officer per unit. Turkish prisoners state that the fire of the warships makes the Pen insula a sheet of flame. Attacks, therefore, are confined to the night, when the warships are unable to fire for fear of hitting their own troops. , ' . "The Turkish adoption of the Ger man -system of massed' attacks is held responsible for...
Plenty of Good Reasons Why [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
.';Plenty of Good Reasons Why These- 'are 'some of thdm?n C0' Every' Customer 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 POTIRI'S DINING ROOMS are so popular. The place where you can have a wholesome 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, Qucanbeyan. Tele phone 77. , t,
NEGLECTED VISION. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
NEGLECTED VISION. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. This well known firm of Sight Special ists, whose periodical visits during the past ten years are an indication of expert attention, will visit QUEANBEYAN, Harrison's Hotel, on WEDNESDAY,' JUNE :6th. We can be seen only at the above hotel on dates advertised. Beware of the " So called" Opticians who travel from house to house, some claiming to represent us. ERNEST BOSCH, P.S.M.C, (Lond.) Consulting Optician, Or. Martin Place and Pitt Street. Opp. G.P.O., SYDNEY. Snlf Sight resters sent free to any address.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
NEWS AND NOTES. The Cooma Cadets have accepted a challenge from. the Magpies for a match at Cooma on Monday next. * * * * From a private'source .we learn that Mr. Andrew • Cunningham, son of Mr. James Cunningham, J.P., ;of Lanyon, who is on active service, has been wounded. * * . , At Christ Church on Sunday tnorn ing the Rev. Gordon H. ' Hirst will unveil and dedicate a Litany Desk to the memory of the late Mrs. R. Ire: dale. " A little learning is a dangerous thing runs the proverb." This has been exemplified on two occasions recently. A' nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse I Take the tip-- * * * .Corpulent Individual :.." But you can't give" me any" reason why I should not enlist.' 'Spouse : "Well,' I should miss you, dear, but the Ger-, mans couldn't." The Federal Executive Council on" Wednesday passed the first Common wealth war pension, of .f a week for the widow, of a soldier killed in action: The Young district has cabled .425 to England for the purchaseof an ambulance...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
WNEWS AND NOTES. Monday, June 7, will be observed as a public holiday in honor of King's birthday. A number of our local riflemen are going to Cooma on Monday to take part in the prize shoot. Foxes in the Mudgee district are said to have cultivated a taste for fruit, especially apples. Mr. Beeby announces that he has withdrawn his candidature for the Armidale seat. The New Zealand Rugby League has definitely decided to abandon the tour to Australia this season. * * * Ia The usual monthly meeting of the local hospital committee was held this afternoon. Our main streets are being crowned with gravel by the Municipal Coun cil's employees. The State Labour Caucus will as semble on June zo to consider the bills prepared for the session. Constable McIntosh, son of Mr. J. M. McIntosh, J.P., is at present spending his holidays in Queanbeyan. On Wednesday afternoon a rabbit drive was held when over I,ooo of the pests ' bit the dust." .* The death is announced of the Earl of Jersey, formerly ...
Yarrowlumla Shire Council. TUESDAY, JUNE 1ST, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
Yarrowlumla Shire Council. TUESDAY, JUNE IsT, 1915. The monthly meeting of the Coun cillors of the Yarrowlumla Shire Council was held on Tuesday last. Present : Cr. Kelly (president in the chair), and Crs. Crace, Falconer, McInnes and Keeffe. The minutes of the, previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The Finance Committee's Report Recommended that the clerk's action s in paying accounts during May, e amounting to £1o14/jxo General Fund, and C£14/1/- Sanitary Service Special Fund, be endorsed ; that the e financial statement as submitted by the clerk be adopted, and that ac counts amounting to £352/17/3 Gen eral Fund, and £14/6,6 Sanitary Service Special Fund, be recommen e ded for payment. Adopted on the motion'of Crs. Falconer and McInnes. The Works Committee's Report Recommended that the Overseer's progress report be received and ad opted; that the.Overseer's report re Ingledow Road be received and that repairs be carried out as early as possible; that the Overseer's report re...