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Gundaroo Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

Gihdaroo Jottings. A well-attended and most enthusi astic public:- meeting was held at the Hotel on Tuesday afternoon, the object being the formation of a com pany to " carry on the general sto:e. keeping'business of the Gundaroo Arcade tihe stock and plant of which had been secured by a local syndicate. The meeting decided to form a com pany.: to 'be called -the Gundaroo Supply Company, Ltd., and the re quired number of shares were taken up in the:room. At the present time several gangs of men' ate employed here in con nection. with digging-out and burn ing-off conitracts. , A-After a ?number of `particularly severe frosts we. have had a splendid fall ,f rain;: which commencing on Tuesday , night,. continued until the following' evening, 265 points being registered.: The. creeks were all flooded,, and the Yass' River was higher than it has been for a consider able',time; the Yass' mailman being unable to cross at Booth's'Farm. 'Mir.? 'S. Fowler; who was taken utiddenly ill' last we...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ainslie. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

au lnSe. A special meeting of the A? sli Cricket Club and friends was called for last Wednesday night at "Fern; hill," the residence of Mrs. Geo. Southwell, for the purpose of bidding farewell to their club-mate, Mr. Hi O. Landon. Mi. E. M. Jackson occupied the chair and after the toast of "The King" had been honored, proposec} the toast of "Our Guest." Asa cricketer, the chairman regretted that this was to be the last meeting of the club at which Mr. Landon wouldbe present as an active member. Asa friend he was pleased to know that his comrade was climbing the ladder' of promotion. Continuing. Mr. Jack son said he was sure that every mem ber agreed with him in saying the Ainslie Cricket Club was losing one of its strongest and most energetic play-. ers, and that outside cricket the mem-; bers of the club were losing the com panionship of a thorough gentleman. His, genial presence had been as a: gleam of sunshine in their midst.! His fund of anecdote,' His power to! hold, amuse and ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

S The Wool Market. Harriso; Jones &Devlin, Limited offered at iauction yesterday a. catai logue of 2379 bales otf-wool. They: advise.: competition vwas brisk.' All good, tree iwo ols wer?'"in strong' ro quest and, recent high values' were maintained. ; Moderately burry sorts of good "itaple-were also in fair' de inand: Medium and faulty lots were -irregular and some ot the, parcels lailed to elicit bids.: Scoured sorts mnet with a strong market, but those carrying', burrs' sold -irregularly. We sold privitely and at audtion 1849 bales including HSB/Warialda, 141a; JC/Moonin P?tiins; Rioenail? 13k, W.T/Y, Goulburn,:-? d,; TA/J,: Ber ridale, 'll1d ' 'Schute, Bell & Co,;; 'iLtd .ri'eport under date 14th June: Active com petition continues for every-descrip tion. of free wool,, but faulty sorts; ep?secially' when carrying consider abllc quantities of burr or seed, are comparatively neglected and .are dii ficult, to :place .at ,owners' expecta tions. Free ..wools inay the...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

NEWS AND NOTES. Cold, bleak weather. Dense fog this morning. Mr. Burgess elected Whip. * * * * Ball in aid of the Belgian Fund to-night. Australia Day has been definitely decided for Friday, July 30o. The State slaughtermen in W.A. have resolved to strike. German military authorities esti mate that the war will last another' year. * * * Mr. J. B. Maloney, of Tharwa. was the successful tenderer for Mr. Geo.- Green's holding at Tidbinbilla, acquired by the Commonwealth. * *. * It is an open secret that recent meetings of the Federal Labour caucus have not been of an entirely friendly nature. The State Parliament opened to day. The debate on the Address-in -Reply will probably occupy one week. The School Children's Belgium Fund; raised in this' State totals £26,54o. It is expected that the fund will close this week. The police have been notified by the ;military authorities that the height of recruits volunteering for the war has been reduced to 5ft 3ins. P. F. Orr, of Michelago, h·as ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

TAKE. iRISH ROSS,. You ir, a:h' the t oothing, ge'm-:lling mc d i cin e from the Peps tablets Itra!ght into the bronchial tubes and lungs. Peps are thus the safest and cnly efIective remedy for throat and chat trouble. Peps contain ro rpim r .Irrrrful dr'es The "AGE"- is the medium for your advertising. Each copy is a salesman for you, and tells your story to .a prospective customer in person. By advertising in the "AGE" you can lay the facts often better 'than you could tell it before the reader at, a time' when that reader is most ready to give you attention. SA SEASONABLEOFPPERING LTD," - -SPECIAL HAT SALE. S Special Milliner 'Purchase---Exclusive Models. . We are showing this week the Latest in Millinery. ? The quality of our Goods is remembered long after the price is forgotten. Ladies ! This is your opportunity to secure a Perfect Model at an Exceptionally Low' Price. :Prices range from 11/6 to 18/6.: No two models the same. Also? I.:Black Velvet Hats, 3/i, 4/I', 6/z1. Coney S...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Who Was Guilty? CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

W 1Who was* Guilty? CI-APTER III.-(Continued.l Lord Ullathorne laughed grimly. "I have a 'fancy, mother," he said, "to' hear what your companion will say. on the subject before I go to write the letter which will summon' my nephew to. the Castle. Miss Keith-Heron said she would; be near, should you want her. Can I find her ?" "You have only to touch this bell But, Sergius, .1 do note understand '-is not the letter such as pleases, you? Sebastion says he is ready to come the moment you write. His letter makes me quite happy." "Then 1' ask no more. But I still have a desire to hear Miss Keith Heron's impressions. I shall ring." The young lady entered almost immnediately, and glanced rather un-, easily from one face to another. She scarcely knew how to feel to wards Lord Ullathorne, whom she did not understand. "\Ve have had a letter from mya grandson.-from miy son Paul's only chilao" Lady Ullathorne' said, hold it out to her. "Read it; it will make you as happy as it makes me." Miss K...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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LENDING TO GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

LENDING TO GOD. BY PASTOR C. .r. r-uSStL. Text:. "He that hath pity upon the poor lendeth unto the LordL and that which he hath given will He pay him again" (Proverbs xix. 17). •The fact that I have been preaching thirty-eight years and yet have never taken up a collection nor made any appeal for money in connection with my work may have led some to the erroneous conclusion that I am opposed to charities, said the Pastor:..,Nothing could be further from the truth. During these thirty-eight years many thousands of pounds have passed through my hands-voluntary gifts from grateful souls, for the spread of the Good Tidings of great joy, which shall yet be unto all people. aloreover, it is my conviction that no one could be an acceptable Christian unless he possessed the spirit of charity. benevolence, unless he really loved to g-ie for good purposes-for, the glory of God, for the benefit of his fellows. 'l~he Pastor declared that from his view point, missionary enterprises might pro per...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Garden and Field Calendar for June, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

iFarden and Field Calendar for June, 1915. By A; Lansdowine, Seedsman, Goulburn The May weather since' the 14th has been unusual. Never..: before have we had such an unbroken spell of cold, westerly, cloudy weather in M1iay, and the rainfall has been bare ly. sufficient. We are likely to have better growing weather in June. During the winter months all land owners away from permanent water should provide ample water storage. There is planty of' water for all pur poses if it were conserved; and more is.spent in labor and money in dry. seasons .than would?providd an ample supply. One. orf the worst, features of our rural districts is the bare con ,dition of many residences. ' Trees, and shrubs and a vegetable garden tsoui ate? to the value anti-comfort of every home, and give a healthful supply of food. The man on the land should have abundant supplies of all these. Vell. cultivate and manure all land, stir soil deeply, ana .sow in drills.' We may expect some cold weather and sharps f...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Postal Information. POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

POSTAL NOTES.·; ' * : The deni'oziiiiatiobn?:f"i Post'l'No. q is sued,: and the i cornniesaon or poundiage charged'thoieon, are' as followv : Denomin- v., Denomiln-. ation.. Poudlage " tIon.. Pounange 1/ . . .5 .... , d 2/ ... d . 10/ .... 3d 4/ lid .1 The valuesof notes have been.so arrang ed that any sgui of shillhn;s aend:siipenoes; up to £1 can he remitted by no inoro than two of these notes.. .

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Presbyterian. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

Presbyterian.   Queanbeyan— 7.30 Rev. A. G. Mackintosh-Carter.              

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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An Unipue Advt. FOR BULLOCKY BILL THAT DOESN'T DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 15 June 1915

An Unique Adrt. FOR BULLOCKY BILL THAT DOESN'T DRINK. The following appeared in the business columns of the "Queanbeyan Age ": Wanted, two good bullock drivers wages £2 per week and keep; work, Riverina district. Only men who don't Drink need apply, For further particu lars, apply Howard N. Blundell, Uriarra. Commenting on the above 'Truth" says : "Australia is becoming stagger- ingly pious, and absurdedly temperate. The bullocky in bygone days was a picturesque character, somewhat on account of his hard drinking, hard swearing proclivities.' He suffered from a chronic thirst and an unstem mable stream of slanguage, and was generally named Bill, and was a broad-chested, good-natured chap, with a birdsnest beard. But the hardy old generation is rapidly pass ing. Writer, who was up in the New England district last year, met with one bullock team that was being driven by a weedy-looking man wear- ing a straw hat and tan boots. He looked like an absconding bank clerk or the son of an im...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Roman Catholic. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

Roman :Catholic. : Qucailbeyan,8.30 and 10.30, MMiss,: GanbIerra-9g ami., Mass ::: ; RiM. College.-11 a.m. Mass. oev: M. `Hogan::

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SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1915. Church of England. Christ Church, Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1915.... sT..urchi of England.: Christ Chiurch; ` Quoanbeyan. Queanbeyan-8 ' a.m., :,H.C. 'Queanbeyan, l1a.ii. Queanboyan-7.30 p.m". Rev.' ordon H. Hirst, Tih. berra.-11 a.m. Gundaroo? 11 a:m.' 'BSuttion--3:' pa.m. Brickyards,; 3 p m. Power: House--7' p.m . .Duntroon,. 7 p.m. . - Rev .' F. G. Ward.

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Refrigerating and Icemaking Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

Refrigerating and Icemaking , Machinery. It is now nearly twenty-five years since we commenced the building of Reirigerating, . Machinery. During this lengthy period we have supplied several hundreds of plants for many and varied purposes such as Ice making, Meat Freezing, Butter Fac' tories, Cold Storage, Breweries,. Cor dial Works, and so on. Our machin ery has built up for itself a reputa tion for efficiency and durability which is not excelled by any import-: ed plants. We are supplying a large number of small refrigerating Plants to Butchers, and after the purchaser has had the benefit ot the plant working for a season he generally' wonders why he was so short-sighted as not to have ordered a 'plant years before. Sometime since we supplied a Refrigerating. Plant to Messrs. Watson Bros., the well-known out chers,. of Ipswich, Queensland, and we wrote them recently asking 'them to give us their experience as to the working or this plant, they replihea as follows:- Ipswich, . 19th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Dardanelles. ANOTHER LOCAL SEND-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

To the Dardanelles. ANOTHER LOCAL SEND-OFF. On Wednesday night, notwith e standing another similar function e was being carried on elsewhere ?a _ town, in a leave-taking to Band master DeClifton who is leaving nme district, a considerable assemblage foregathered at the Protestant Hall to say au revoir to Erle Capes, an other young Queanbeyan native, who had come home from Liverpool camp to. take his leave of his parents and friends before leaving to-day or to morrow with the reinforcements of the Australian Light Horse for the Dardanelles. Young Capes is at tached to the Army Medical Corps, in a section of which he is accom panying the departing reinforce ments. The gathering was presided over by the ex-mayor, Alderman Richard Moore, J.P., and on the platform r with him were several gentleman who were to address the audience, at the Chairman's right hand being seat ed the young soldier whom the citi zens were pleased to honor. The proceedings were commenced with the first stanza of ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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THE WAR. TO-DAYS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

THE WAR. TO-DAYS NEWS. Enormous Austro-German rein forcements have gathered on the San. One enemy group is menac ing the Russian rear on the Dneister; another is moving direct on Lem berg. A Petrograd official message states that the enemy's offensive failed at Liatzkow ana beyond middle Nm men. The battle on the San continues with increasing fierceness. The Austrians claim to have cap tured 122,498 Russians this month. The Russian' quadron has severe ly damaged the Turkish cruiser Hamedich. It is reported that in the Allies' air raid on Karlsrhue, the airmen almost destroyed the Palace Head quarters, 'The' local commandant's barracks and munitions factory were also destroyed. Three officers and two soldiers were killed, androver 200 killed elsewhere. A Rotterdam message slates that 'there was a severe engagement alter a heavy artillery action at Essen, Dixmude and Raniscapelle. Fresh German troops are arriving on the Nieuport front; also south ofr Ypres. The Allied airmen dropped w...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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TO RACHAEL, WEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

TO RACHAEL, WEEPING. You little dreamed, that summer day. When floatieg down the cheering bay, The trooplp bore your boy away To classis heights and battle f-ay You little dreamed, that summer day, That autumn's close should coldly say " Killed in Action !" Your son is bound with gathered sheaves: I marvel not your lone heart grieves. Nor that a weeping mother weaves A laded crown from fallen leaves You little dreamed that russet leaves Should tell you of those garnered sheaves, "Killed in Action !" Killed in Action I Now is stilled The life that aye your being thrilled : But,-better so since God has willed: A deeper sorrow might have filled Your heart, had not his heart been stilled; Your sad heart, had he not been killed, . "Killed in Action." O ! dolorosa,-nevermore To kiss his brow till life is o'er, When God in mercy shall restore Unto your arms the lad you bore; Shall yield him back on shining Shore, Ah, happy mother evermore ! Tho'.Gaba Tepe's crimson'd shore And ocean's boom...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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JUNE—XXX Days. Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

JUNE-XXX Days. Phases of the Moon. d. h. mn. Last Quarter 5 2 32 a.m. New Moon... 13 4 57 an.m First Quarter 21 12 24 a.mn Full Moon ... 27 2 27 p.ý SYDNEY STANDARD TIME. o o .m. . a.m. aI 1 Tue6 51 14 54 8 24 101 2 Wed 6 51 4 54 9 33 10 53 3 Thu 6 52 4 541 1040 11.28 4 Fri 6 52 4 54 11 42 11 58 5 SLt 6 53 4 53 a.mL Ip.m: 6 un 6 53 4 53 12 41 12 49 7 Xon 6 54 4 53 1 38 1 15 8 Tues 6 54 53 2 35 1 41 SWed 6 55 4 53 3 33 2 11 10 Thu 6 55 4 53 431 2 45 11 Fr 56 6(453 5 30 3 23 12 Sat 6 5 4 53 6 26 4 7 13 Sun6 56 4 53 7 20 56 14 Mon 6 57 4 53 8 10 5 51 15 Tue 6 5714 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 6 58 4 53 10 36 9 53 19 Sat 6 58 4 53 11 5 10 55 20 Sun 6 59 (4 53. 11 32 1' 56 21 ion 6 59 4 53p.m an 22 Tue 6 59 453 12 31 1 . 2 23 Wed 7 04 511 5. 210 24 Thu 7 0 4 54 1 46 3 22 25 Fri 7 0 4 55 .2 36, 4 37 26 Selt 7 014 55 3 37 5 51 27 Sun [7 0 14 55' 1 446 (6 58 28 Mon 7 0 4 56 5 59, 7 '6 29 Tue 7 0 4 56 7 12 8 44 30IWed [7 0 4 56 8 22 1 923

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Interesting Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

Interestinsg Lecture. The, Rev. H. M. R. Rupp,.B.A., 'delivereal' a :'ost" interestinig lecture in Christ. Church Pairish Hall on Mivondy' night last oil tlie subject of !..Illusions;- 'and,,ilutstrated his re maiirkli'~sith ?Ini'rifiern views of .New GuiLnea, Melainesia;, and Mitchell River,; Queensladti. The views of Melanesia, referred to ,often .as the s'" Islands -of enchantuient,!' were `particularly ..beautiful. Mr., Rupp 'spoke eloqcuently atind convincingly, on his.subject, and, moved. his hearers to frequent applause.'- He had. iii his possession a ntiumber of curios from .the Islands and these were all exhiti ted ;-to the audieiice. The general impression is that if Mr.. Rupp, re turns:to Queanbeyan his lecture will b.e more largely 'attetided. :'The cold -weather following upon rain has caused ..heavy;.: mortality among: sheep :in. some, country dis-. tricts. -Me and Oussi'i and Claud took MaIy, M?abh1 anid laund To a matinee " turkey.trot"'i.tcn, Where eight girlies in ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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SERIOUS CHANCES. ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915

SERIOUS CHANCES. ARE TAKEN IN NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. Any person takes serious chances in neglecting 'ah attack of piles. This ailment has a. tendency to become chronic, and there is also danger of ulceration and the forming of fistula, both very difficult to cure. The satest remedy for any form' of piles, whether itching or protruding, is Doan's Ointment. It causes no tce tention from daily occupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in every corner of the .world. It enjoys a.greater ne mand, and more enthusiastic popu larity than any other pile remedy ever placea on the market. ,Miss E. Tiller, Limbie Street, Cooma, says: "About three years ago I used Doan's; Ointment for an attack of itching piles, and I am pleased to say this remedy gave me .perfect relief,, in fact. cured, me,- for 1 have been free oft thl ailment ever since. Previous to using Doan's Ointment 1 tried many so-called cures, but not ,one gave me relic . I had begun to think I would nev...

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