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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
NEWS N ND NOTES. Information was received to day that Sergeant Eric Wren is in the Victoria Hospital, Alexandria and is doing well. As a result of last night's rainfall, x8 points were registered at the local post-office. The Queanbeyan Magpie football team journeyed to Cooma on Monday and defeated the cadet team of that place by 25 points to nil. An enjoyable evening is promised those who attend the Euchre Party and Social in aid of the Convent bazaar fund to be held in the Protes tant Hall to-morrow night. In the case of John William Brad well, charged with having on the 20th March at Cooma stolen a bag of flour the jury, at the Cooma Quarter Sessions last week, returned a ver dlct of not guilty, and the accused was acquitted. At the Bendigo City court z8 was ter bakers at Bendigo were commit ted for trial on charges of " having sold bread at prices higher than the declared prices while a state of war exists." The- prosecutions were brought under the Price of Goods Act. ..The Boys...
THE GREAT WHITE THRONE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
THE GREAT WHITE STHRONE. BY PASTOI RL'SSELL. Text: "I saw a great White Throne, and Him that sat on it from WVhose tare the earth and the heaven fled away; and there was found no place for them" tl(ev. xx. 11). Sin made moral cowards of our race. From early infancy fear and apprehension, especially in respect to things future, 'have been impressed upon us. We aealiae that we are imperfect, that our God is perfect, that perfection is the only standard which Ife could approve, and that so:,me kind of punishment for sin must be expected. The Adversary, taking advantage of our fore fathesm, misrepresented the Almighty, and has used our fears to alienate us from God. St. Paul assures us that this is Satan's .general procedure-tslat lie ever puts light for darkness and darkness for light. Thus it comes that our test, one of tae most beautiful and comforting when understood, has to many become a lash in the ti'andda of their fears. 'This text is one of the syniholasms of a Book of symbols....
GOT A COLD? Peps the Best Safeguard in Damp Days and Chilly Nights. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
COT A COLD ? ;Peps the Best Safeguard in Damp Days and Chilly Nights. When you 'start sneezing you have , caught cold,"' and Nature is simply telling ,you to take one or two breather able, Peps. tablets from their silver wrappers and let them dissolve in the month :: 'The powerful medicinal and apti septic fumes which are then released from Ithe Peps tablets go with* the breath! through the air passages and destroys all the cold germs that have inivaded'dthe throat. :At the same time, the delicate mem brane lining the breathing passages from the mouth to the lungs is soothed healed, and protected, breathing is made comfortable, and that snuffling, choked up sen.stionu in the nose dis appears. By this direct, and breathable Peps treatment a cold is arrested in its first stages. Peps thoroughly disinfect the throat, and, without the aid of harmful., drugs, provides the lungs with the surest defence against brors chitis, asthma, influenza, chest weak ness or the deadlier perils of pleu...
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, JUNE 13. Church of England. Christ Church, Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
HU RCH NOTICES.· SUNDAY, JUNE ?13. Church of England. OChrist Churcli, Queanbeyan. Queanbeyan,' 11 a.m. Queanbeoyan-7.80 p.m. Rev. Oordon H. Hirst, ~hI'.I. St. John .tie Bgptist's' Churcli, Can. berra.-11 a.m. Bulga Creek, 3 p.m. Duntroon, 7 p.m,. i , pRev.F. "G. Ward. SB Phmillip'$ D ngsmi. Bungendore- a.m. : Hoskingtown-3 p.m. Bungendore-7.30 p.m. Rev. A. H. CEamioen.
Plenty of Good Reasons Why [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
iPlenty of Good- Reasons Why These are .some-of tlm? ? .. Every Customer receives absoluto 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, Queanbeyan... Tele phone.77. , .
Butter and Sugar. ACUTE POSITION IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
Butter and Sugar. ACUTE POSITION IN SYDNEY. An acute position has arisen in the Sydney wholesale distributing mar kets. Many leading city and subur ban grocers complained that they had not been successful in obtaining sufficient supplies for meeting their daily requirements. Sugar diflicul ties are greater than ever. Firms who act as selling agents for the Colonial Sugar Company, announced that they have been compelled to re duce orders by 33 per cent., though the Government assured the people there will be no famine. Although, of course, a higher price will be paid, many consumers are attempting to make doubly sure by laying in sup plies a month ahead. Almost the same applies to butter, margarine, jam, treacle, golden syrup, etc.
Queanbeyan District Hospital. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
Queaibegan District hiospital. MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the board of management of the Quean beyan District Hospital was held at the School ot Arts on Friday after noon. Present : Messrs. R. R. Hetherington (president in the chair), A. Collett, Gale, Moore, Campbell, Wicks, Woodward (hon. treasurer), Rev. Mr. Hirst, Rev. Mr. Hughes, and the secretary, Mr. W. A. Deans. The minutes were confirmed on the motion of Messrs. Hughes and Hirst. The correspondence, chiefly de partmental and of little public inter est, was received on the motion of Messrs. Collett and Moore. Swan Bros., butchers, wrote that owing to the high prices ruling for stock, and the consequent all round increase in the price of meat, etc., they could not fulfil the contract en tered into by them in February last, A considerable amount of discus sion followed, Mr. Wicks, seconded by the Rev. Mr. Hughes, eventually carrying a resolution that the con tract be cancelled. Further argument as to who sho...
Concert Realises £6382. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
Concert Realises t6382. There was an attendance of about 4000 persons at the concert given by Madame Melba in aid of the Polish Relief Fund in Sydney on Thursday. Madame Melba was given a most en thusiastic reception. During the interval she appeared in the role of auctioneer for the sale of a dozen national flags, which were sold again and again, at prices ranging up to £?I5o. Mr. Hugh McIntosh gave 20oo for a bull-dog presented for the benefit of the fund by Lieut. Colonel Clark, of Newcastle. The proceeds of the concert and incidental sale amount In all to £6382. LOVE.-A tribute to the memory of Pri.' vate A. H. Love (Lovie), who was killed in action in the Dardanelles on May 25th. --Inserted by his Duntroon Friend.
Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 June 1915
Church of Efgland. Archbishop Wright, who intends staying a few days with the Admin istrator (Colonel Miller) at the "" Residency," Canberra, will arrive from Yass on Friday. He will hold confirmation service at St. John's on Friday night and on Sunday will conduct a special service at the Royal Military College at zo o'clock and at xx'o'clock preach in St. John the Baptist, Canberra. Other ser vices for Sunday will be : Bulga Creek, 3 p.m. ; Duntroon, 7 p.m. ; and Canberra .Hall 7.30 p.m. The preacher at all the services in the Bungendore parish will be the Ven. John Ward, Archdeacon'of Monaro.