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Prime Beef Dearer. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
Prime Beet Dearer. .Good quality cattle. were hard' to, find: at Homebushl .last Tuescay' .Winichcombe, Carson, Ltd. report that supplies mainly consisted of medium an':.low grade lines. As a result biddlings for prime drafts rul'ed brisk and values held' very firm at recent high levels. Compete tion on poorer, class offerings was irregularr and prices 10/1- to 20/ cheaper. The keenness 'of the' do gauged from .theAfact that bullocks mand for, top conaignnie ts can o e averageui to *£21/8/-; steers Lo d 16/18/- ;~una cowsv to £12/12/2. :
Queanbeyan Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
Queanbepan Race Club. A general meeting of the above was held at Ryan's (Tattersal's) Ho tel yesterday afternoon, there being an attendance of nineteen members. Mr James Cunninghart occupied 'the chair. An apology for non-attendance was received from Mr. A. H. Nevell. The minutes of a general meeting held on May 27, 1914, were read ana ebnfirmed on the riotion of 'Messrs.. Coppin and J. T. Collett. -,The following olicers wvere then eleqted:-'resideent,,Mr. James Cun gingham; Vice-presidents, Messrs. A. H. Nevell, H. Collier and.'. P. Woodward; -udge, Mr. H. J. S. Hungerford; Committee, Messrs. E. E. Wicks, P." McDermott, A. D. Campbell, W. C. McDonald, 'A. De Salis, J W. Butt, A. E. Moore, A. J.- Gibbs, P.. J. Ryan, ;V. Pike, .J Moran, D, Christie; Treasurer, Mr. L.. Dunshea; Secretary, Mr. A. H. Coppin; Auditors, Messrs. E. E. Morgan and J; A., McPherson. - '-On the' motion of Mr. Wicks, seconded 'oy Mr. Hungerford, it was resolved to amend rule 5 so that the .club's financial yea...
NEGLECTED VISION. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 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 export 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, F.S.M.C, (Lond.) Consulting Optician,' Or. Martin Place and Pitt Street. Opp. G.P.O., SYDNEY. Self Sight festers sent free to any address.
Municipal Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 10th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
Municipal Council. THURSDAY, JUNE 'roth, 1914. Present: The Mayor and Alder men Collett. Campbell. Land, Harris, G: and D. Morton and Moore. The minutes were confirmed on the motion of Aldermen Land and G. Morton. The Mayor said he had been in negotiation for the sale of the san itary waggon, but no definite terms had been arrived at. The painting of the approaches to the big bridge was also being attended to. The financial statement, as sub mited by Alderman Collett, showed the following credits :-General fund £30oj12/2 ; sanitary, £5016/4; trust, £169,18/2. Accounts against the general fund amounting to £ 1x6/0/9 and sanitary £27/17/- were presented for payment. Moved. by Alderman Collett that the statement be received and the accounts. passed for payment. Sec onded by Aid Land and carried. The following correspondence was received. From the Treasury intimating that the Government grant for main roads amounting to £t69/x1/3 had been placed to the Council's credit. From Mr. Miller ...
JUNE—XXX Days. Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
JUNE-XXX Days. Phases of the Moon. d. h. m. Lst Quarter 5 2 32 a.m.. New Moon... 13 4 57 p.m First Quarter 21 12 24 a.m. Full Moon ... 27 2 27 ip.. SYDNEY STANDARD TIME. o A $ Sbm. gyn. a~m. a~m 1 Te f6 51('54' 8 24 0 10 2 Wed 6 51 4 54 9 '33 10 53 3 Thu 6 52f 454 10 40 11 28 4 Fri 6 52(4 54 11 42 11 58 5 Sat 6 5394 53 a.mL p.m. .6 Sun 6 53 4 53112 41 12 49 7 Mon 6 54 4 53 1 38 1 15 8 Tues 6 54 4 53 2 35 1 41 9 Wed 6 55 4 53 3 33 2.11 10 Thu 6,55 '4 53 4 31 2 45 11 i 6 56(453(5 303 323 12 Sat (6 56 14 53 6 26 4 7 13 Sun [6 56 (4 53 7 201 4 56 14 Ion (6 57 4 53 8 10 5 51 15 Tue 'f657i 4.5 8 53 6 60 16 Wed 6-5ý 4-53 9 32 7 50. 017 Thu 6 658 4 5a 10 6 8' 52 18 Fri ) 6 58 [4 53 10 36 9-53 19 Sat (6 58 4 53 11 -510 55. 20 Sun. 16 59 4 53 11. 32 1 56 ...21 ion .(6 59(4 53 pak.= 22 Tu 6 [59 4 53 12 31 11 2 23 Wed 7 0 (4 51 1 5, 210 24 Thu 7 0 14 54' 1 46 3 22 25 Fri 1. 0 4 55 2 36(4 37 26 Sat 7 0 4 55 1 37 5 51 27 Sun [7 0 4 55 4 46(6 58 28 Mon 7 0 4 56 15 59,1 7 56 29 Tue [7 0 4 61 7 12 8...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
X a X x X X X o ES X X x Charm Beauty anda X X Com for t in Eid er downX X .X Quilts. X This is a very cosy subject, Ladies, full of warmth, but p 13 seldom so laden with economy as now being offered at the. X XCheapside Stores. X Our stock of Eiderdowns have just arrived. It's a p X magnificent assortment, rich in Variety, Color and Design,X ýX and will appeal strongly to every lover of beauty.X p We want to tell you that it's exceptionally big value we 1 x are offering in this lot, that wiltset you tingling with excite- X1 p ment when you see them. X p Here's an instance-X X REAL EIDERDOWN -x X Best Quality, Perfectly Vetilated, :and Well-made. Excellent . K3 Color and Design, assortments. Colors are Sky, Moss, Art133 X Green, Vieux Rose, etc., etc. X X ©'OUR PRICE 18%6, 19(6, 21/-, 22/6. X X FRILLED DOUTBLE BEOD SIZE, X9 0 Beautiful Color, Blending and Frill to tone. r:Almost any color X1 X.scheme can be matched in these Quilts, which are exception-.1 p ally well made and Ventila...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
TENNIS. The metropolitan team that visited the Royal Military College at Dun. troon recently scored a great victory over a strong side by 28 sets to z. The visitors were royally treated; those who looked after their welfare were Colonel Parnell, Lieut.-Colonel Smith, Major Stanley, .Captain Dav. ies,. Professor . Miles,; Sergt.-major Gyton, Rolland, and C.Q. Taplin. The, visitors were entertained by the officers' mess at 'dinner on Monday night. The following were the scores in the Duntroon match Singles-T. P. Carr beat Gytong 6-4, 6-I; Moran beat Rolland, 6-4. 6-3; Lobban beat Roberts, 6.2, 6-i. Garden beat Major Stanley, 6-2, 6-2' L.' Carr beat Plowmana 6-5, 6.2' Kerr beat Green, 6.5, 6-2. -DoublesbT. P. Carr and Lobban (M) beat Plowman and Penny (D.C); 6-1, 6-o; T. P. Carr and Lob ban beat Gyton and Major Stanley, 6-4. 6-3; T. P. Carr and Lobban beat Roberts and Rolland, 6-4, 5-3 (un finished); L.: Carr and Moran beat Gyton .and Major Stanley, 6-3, 6.5; L. Carr'and Moran beat Rob...
A FATAL FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
A FATAL FALL. LATE on Tuesday night last a mes sage was 'phoned from out Tug* ra noug way. to the local police that a man named Joseph Abdoo, a Syrian employed in a rabbit extermination camp on the lands occupied by Mr. J. J. Dulhunty, was missing. Early next morning (Wednesday last) I second message came along reporting that his dead body had been found in a creek. The matter was promptly reported to Mr. Coroner Gale, who directed that the body should be brought to the hospital -morgue, pre paratory to the holding of an inquest. Late in the, evening of that day the body was brought into town, and from the description of its condition, the Coroner directed a post-mortem examination. At it a.m. yesterday an inquest was opened. at the hospi tal board-room, when several wit nesseswere examined and a verdict recorded, from which evidence and finding we collate the following precis : pFor some time past a camp of rab bit exterminators in the employ of Mr. J. J. Dulhunty, and tinder the' ...
Euchre Party and Social, [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
Euchre Pant and Social, The euchre party and social in aid of St. Benedict's. Convent.- Bazaar Fund was held in the Protestant Hall. on` Wednesday. night- last:. The rain, which;had been falling steadily through the day, fortunately left off before nightfall, and although it was fine, it marred the function to a large extent.. Pinctually at.8.3o p.m. the .progressive' euchre commenced and was kept going till zo.15 p.m., 12 games being played. There were 20 tables in requisition for the cards and everything was conducted admirably by the. Rev. Father .Hogan. The card' playing concluded the Rev. Father" Hogan presented the prizes to the winners as follows :-First prize' for ladies, a Morocco leather handbag, Mrs. W. E. Oldfield with ii games; second prize for ladies, a manicure set, Mrs. McGuire with 9 games ; first,, prize for. gents,` set of carvers,M'. Ir, J. Edmunds with co games; second prize for gents, a sil-" ver mounted pipe, Mr. J. McGrogan with 9 games.' . The' prizes being ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
FOOTBALL. The following team is to represent the Magpies in a match against the Power House team in the Quean. beyan park on Saturday afternoon. Full back :. Naveau. Three-quarters, Williams, Quigley, .Royal, O'Rourke, (capt) ; Five-eight, Kaye; Half : Thornton; Forwards: O'Grady, Parker, Smith, Graham, Sherd, I-arris, Cantle, Skinner.
TRIUMPH PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 11 June 1915
TRIUMPH PICTURES. Picture goers can expect something very gooa at the above to-morrow night. The programme includes, Prince of Nadaria, a three reel Gipsy star feature; Within 300 pages, star drama; Silent Accuser, cowboy ; He Never said a word, comedy ; A Horse on Sophie, comedy ; Polidor and the Maidservant, comedy; Warwick Chronicle, topical; and a scenic to selected.