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Queanbeyan Police Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 1ST, 1915. (Before Mr. J. B. Gunn, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
Qaeanbegan Police Court. TUESDAY, JUNE xsT, 1915. (Before Mr. J. B. Gunn, P.M.) Thomas Bradley, on remand, was e arraigned on a charge for that he did 11 on the 22nd May, 1915, at Quean al beyan, steal one bicycle valued at ie 5 the property of W. B. Freebody. Accused was undefended, and .h Senior-sergeant Wood conducted the case for the prosecution. First-class Constable Hockley sta ,c ted : About Ia p.m. on the 25th d May, I saw the accused with First r- class Constable McNeely. I said to f him, I want to ask you a few ques d tions. With Constables McNeely Id and Brown I took him to the lock-up and there he made a statement to me S. concerning his whereabouts on the at 24th and 25th May. The signed statement I produce. [Statement h and signatire admitted by accused.] Then charged him with stealing the i bicycle produced in court. Gave ac id cused the usual caution. Then said, 7e Whose bicycle did you ride into Cap of tain's Flat on the 24th May in com ir pany with another man ? He...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 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. 0. HILL & SON J. B. YOUNG & CO. TAKI~E. jIISI1 Pno MI-. I adies Clothing to be sacrificed Sports Coats, Blouses, Sale, Sale, Sale. Noarles the Address-cond S.(frorm Sydney) Has; brought £1800 worth of I?adies: Clothing to be sacrificed at ridiculous .prices, in all the latest Military Costumes your Note the Addres In Mr. Stuckey's Old Premises. Come early and secure your • " Bargains. -:GRAND BALL. IN AID OF THE Queanbeyan Belgian Relief Fund TO BE HELD IN THE PROTESTANT HALL, 15th June, 1915. EXCELLENT MUSIC AND SUPPER. Double Tickets 5/-, Singlo 3/. A. J. WOOD I Joint S A; D. MORGAN I Hon. Secs To Grocers. WITANT...
CAN I GET WELL? [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
CAN I iGETT WELL? LIave you suspectcd.your kidneys as the cause of, your trouble?, Does the back, head, or limbs ache? -Is there rheumatism', weak, heart, or dropsy?. Is there too great' or' too little flow, of the urine, with gravel or sediment? Do you' feel always tired, done-up, nervous? It is the kidneys' fault-they should filter the blood-take out the impurities. , If then you would "get well" you must make the Jkidneys -well. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are -for -the kidneys and blackder, only. "Can 'I stay well ?" The best ariswer to this question is given' here. Mr. .J. .Shannon; Bootmaker, Comnnissioncr Street; Cdooma, says: ' "I have had marked signs of, kidney troyible for some time. There was a constant aching pain in my back, 'which ma'de cvery movement'a' torture.' and kept me -awake for ' hours at night.. The. kidney' secretions were' ;disordered( being, thick and cloudy. I was really ill:when I-commenced to use Doean's Backache Kidney Pills, but these pills soon mad...
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1915. Church of England. Christ Church, Queanbeyan [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
CHURCH' : NOTICES.:' :: SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1915. Church of:. England.'.; Christ Churchli; Queanheyan. Queanbeyain-8 a..na .C': .C: Qucanlboyan,' 11( a.m. . Queanlihyan-7.50i p.m: Rev.O Gordon H:. Hirst, Th.L. ?: St. John the Baptist's Chliurch, Can borra.-11 a in Sutton- 11 a.m, Ganinderra- 3p.m:.i :. Majura=3' pm; Gundaroo- 7.30 pm. .. Duntroon, 7 p.in. Rev. F. G. Ward. St: Phillip's, Bungendore. Captain B rFlat 11 a.n. . Molonaglo, :3 p.m. Bungendoie--7.30 p .. I m Rev.. . H Champhion.
THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 4 June 1915
THE FEDERAL CAPITAL &nbsp; &nbsp; There are between 600 and 700 men employed at present at the Federal capital "They will continue to be em- ployed there," said Mr Archibald, the Minister for Home affairs this week. "The building of the Fed- eral City is not a question of a year or even two years. "There is a motion before the House now to refer to the Public Works Committee the railway and the dams. It is essential to know whether the latter will provide suffi: cient water for the lakes. Mr. Burley Griffin's plans are to be placed be- fore the committee; and expert eng- gineering opinion is to be obtained."
Royalla. EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
IRoalla.' EMPIRE DAY. Empire day celebrations. at the local school took the form of a picnic and sports for 'the children. The parents and children assembled at the school in the forenoon where they were addressed by the teacher. (Mr. C. Byrne), who spoke of the history of our flag and reminded the children of the present warlin which the now united flags were being .carried by our brave defenders. Patriotic songs were then sung, 'after which lunch was served by the local ladies who supplied the children with an abun dance of toothsome food During the afternoon a programme of sports was carried out for the children; who showed keen competition in the vari-. ous events, each pupil receiving a prize. A collection was taken up on the ground for the children's Ten Thousand and which resulted in a very' saticfactory sum: being raised.
Prize Shoot at Cooma. LOCAL TEAM'S SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
Prize Shoot at Co00oa. LOCAL TEAM'S SUCCESS. Good entries were received by Cooma Rifle Club for their handicap prize shoot held on Monday (King's Birthday). Fourteen Queanbeyan shooters competed and were very successful; Jas. Gallagher with a fine total of 73 secured second prize of g5. G..Hately also shot consisteint ly and won £L, C. Powell securing the same amount. M. Potiri and A.' De Salis won zxo- each. 4£25 was the total prize money. First, prize £zo, was secured by E. Boot of Bega. Fifty-five shooters competed. Quean beyan won the team's match (£2/1o/) Bega (£Ilxo!) being :second and Cooma third. The weather was flue, but dull; in the,afternoon -the wind proved very troublesome, and many' shooters failed to guage its strength. Details are as follow:- £~o B. Boot (Bega) 37- 86 "2 75 £5 J. Gallagher (Q.) 37 36 sc 73 £3 A.H. McColl (Dalgety) 35 33 . 5 73 £2 R. Jarvis (Cooma) 34 29 'Io 73 £' G. Hately (Q.) 37 35 sc 72 £x C. Powell (Q.) 35 29 8 7 1o/ M. Potiri (Q.) 36 23 8 71 to/...
Mulligan's Flat. DEPARTURE OF MR. LANDON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
Mulligan's Flat. DEPARTURE OF MR. LANDON. Mr. H. O. Landon, who has been in charge of the Mulligan's Flat school received word of his removal to a half-time school in the Taree district. As soon as the parents became aware of the early departure of Mr. Landon they met and decided that they could not allow him to depart without showing him the esteem in which he was held by parents and children in the neighbourhood. And, although the timewas short, much wasspeedily done by enthusiastic workers with the result that on Tuesday night repre sentatives from the homes of every parent as well as a.large_ number of friends and well-wishers, assembled at Mrs. P. Cartwright's to bid fare well to their teacher. and friend and make him a presentation. Mr. C. W. Thompson was voted to the chair, and after thanking the good people of Mulligan's Flat for their invitation to be present that night, said be deeply regretted Mr. Landon's departure and sympathised with the parents in the loss of such an ...
The Drink that Warms. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
The Drink that Warms. In cold weather when something warming is required, there's nothing better than the beverage O.T. added to water, hot or cold, minerals, beer, rum or whisky. 0 T. has many ex cellent qualities to recommend it, but its warming and comforting effect is " just the thing" when the weather is nippy. For the relief of a cold or indigestion O.T. is a real good remedy. For Bronchial Coughe, takce Woods' Great Peppermint Fure, 1/6
Warden's Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 4TH, 1915. (Before Mr. Warden G. R. Williams.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
Warden's Court. FRIDAY, JUNE. 4OrE, zgr?5:: (Before Mr: Wiffden G.R.VWillinams.) William Reid again bobbed up serenely at this court held on 'Fridayt when he proceeded against W. T:" Boulton and sought the recovery and delivery of water race and water rates, No. 3r, and all machinery;con structed in connection therewith;! also two mining residences erected:ini connection therewith and taken' ovei from his passessioi ;- and claimed thi sum of £2,ooo.' Mr. Reid conducted his own case: and Mr. F. P. Woodward appeared for defendant. - After hearing the evidence given by Mr. Reid the Warden. dismissed the case, and ordered complainant to pay defendant's costs amounting to to/lf8s/.
Gininderra. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
Gluiotderra. At a meeting of the Farmers' Union on .Thursday Mr. H. -O. L-andon, hon. treasurer, whio 'is leaving the district, -was presented by the mem bers of the Union with a costly suit case,' as a small recognition of hlis valuable services to the Union. Mr. E" G. Ciace expressed, on be half of- the committee, their sincere regret ,at his departure andl wished him long life and prosperity, a hand some wife and a large family.. Mr. Landon 'thanked the members for •their handsome present and he felt he was undeserving of it: It was a pleasure to work with the comrn mittee of the Union as they miiade a success of everything, they took in hand. He hoped to' return in the near future and find them'all prosper ing. Mr. D. Coyle was elected treas urer in place of Mr. Landon: The annual meeting of the'Unioni is to take place on the 25tlh June, when a social evening is to be held.
A Bride Overcarried. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
A Bride Overcarried. An amusing incident occurred-at the Glen Innes railway statio obne morning last week (says the .' Exam 'iner"').: A'. newly married couple had..just returned from their honey. moon trip, and after getting, out of. 'the train the bride entered a carriage to say a few words to her mother, who was proceeding by.the.iorthern train;,' when:to :her dismay the 'train moved' Off' before she had time to alight. The entreaties of the dis-. tracted husband were ofdno aail; and the Brisbane express rattled away with his wife' aboard.' Thehu'sband wasin a dilemma as to what' he should do, so he liailed one:of the taxi-cab drivers, and requested him to follow the train as he must have ''his bride back no matter whiat it 'cost;?. .he coildn't loose her at any price. . The car driver obeyed ''orders 'followed in hot.pursuit; and when he had arrived within two miles of Diiundee he had the .satisfactioni of picking up .the bride. She had left the train at Dun dee, and started' to...
A SENSIBLE MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
A SENSIBLE MOVE., I am very pleased to notice the action-taken by our worthy towns man,ACr..Falconer, infregard to ,the carrying of lights on all vehicles from thei st July. This is a. matter that was urgently required as several pe destrians have met with accidents through being run into by persons who had no lights on their vehicles. I also notice that the 'Shire?iCotncil lors fully intend to see that any breaches of th~ Ordinance are to be enforced, and I sincerely trust that the Bungendore ratepayers will show a good example so. that no prosecu tions will be necessary here.
JUNE—XXX Days. Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
-UNE-XXX Days. Phases of the Moon. d. h. m. Last Quarter 5 2 32 a.n. New Moon... 13 4 57 p?.r. First Quarter 21 12 24 a.= Full Moon ... 27 2 27 p?a. SYDNEY STANDARD TIME. 1 Te 6 51 54 8 240 10.1 2 Wed 6 51 4 54 9 33 10 53 3 Thu 6 52 4 54 10 40 11 28 4 Fri 6 52 454 11 4211 58 5 Sat (6 53 4 53 a.mIL p.im 6 Sn 6 534 53 12 41 12 49 7 Mon 654 4 53 138 1 15 8 ues6 544 53 2 35 1 41 9 Wed 6 55 4 53 3.33 2 11 10 Thu 6554 53 4 31 2 45 11 i 656(453 530 3 23 12 St 656 4.53 626 7 13 Sun 6 56(4 53 7 20 4 56 14 Mon (657 4 53 8 10 5 51 15 Tue 6 57 4 53 8 53 6 60 16 Wed (6 57 4 53 9 32 7 50 17 Thu 6 58 4 53 10 6 8 52 18 Fri 16 58 4 53 10 36 9 53 19 Sat [68 4 53 11 . 5 0 55 20 Sun 16 59 (4 53.11 32 1' 56 21 on 6 59 4 53 p.mn. j .m 223 Tuo 6 59 14 53 1231 1 2 23 Wed 7 0 4 51 1 5. 210 24 Thu (7 0 4 54 1 46 3 22 25 Fri 7 0 4 55 2 36 4 37 26 St 7 014 55 3 37 5 51 27 Sun 7 01455 4 46 6 58 28 Mon 7 ,0 456 b 59 7 56 29 Tue 7 0 56 7 12 8'44 30 jWed7 0(456 (8 22 923
THE Queanbeyan Age, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1915 CURRENT TOPICS. CONSERVING FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
T~E TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1915 CURRENT TOPICS. CONSERVING FODDER. With clear insight into the real needs.of this great pastoral country, many observers have .consistently urged the advis ableness of conserving the ex cess of fodder which is - avail-, able in good years in order to tide over the distressing defici ency. which is so. terribly apt "to occur in bad ones. The benefit to be gained from such a procedure. is so' great and evidently redounds so directly ...to thebenefit of the community in general, as wvell as to that of the 'individual who follows it, that it is truly surprising that neither the' State nor the Fed eral Government has taken any steps, to encourage it. Other industries, not nearly so vital to .the general well being, are supported by heavy taxation, but. those. which provide the necessaries of life have to bear the taxation,. but get no en couragement for : themselves., Not only do they get no 'en couragement, but the- few per sons who have followed a pro vident' ...
NEGLECTED VISION. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
NEGLECTED VISION. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. This well known firm of Sight Special ists, whose periodical visits during the past ton years are an indication of expert attention, will visit QUEANBEYAN, Harrison's Hotel, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE :6th. We can be soon only at the above hotel on dates advertised. Boware of the " So called" Opticians who travel from house to house, some claiming to represent us. ERNEST BOSCH, F S.M.C. (Lond.) Consulting Optician, Cr. Martin 'Place and Pitt Street, Opp. G.P.O., SYDNEY. Self Sight reestoe sent free to any address.