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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
S.Presentation. The members of the Christ Church C.E.M.S., met in the Parish Hall on Moniday Juine: 7thi.to bid farewell to one:&lt; of ;theil' number, Mr. Ancel ,Jolinsoi. who lias'left to take up work uisthe head' office of the Government Savigs Banik. After ani enjoyabl$ evening was spent when songs were rendered, supper'&lt;'ias:partaken of, at the conclusion of which, the Rev. Gordon H I'Hirst :.on bhehalf of the members, "presented Mr. Johnston with ? ?pa'iri of mnilitary hair brushes (itlcase).~ The:'Presideiit of the society,Mr. E. EI. Morgan, and sev eral of the gentlenmeti present also spoke referring to iMr. Johnson's ex cellent qualities 'and wishing him suc cess in his new sphere of work.
Plenty of Good Reasons Why [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
:Plenty of 0Good Reasons Why S.These are someie of.the'mr -, '..,Every ,Custonier receives. absolute satisfaction.: "For, :'cleainliines and iquality of goods 'it? has ido rival i Queanbeyan people also know they patronise a place that helps to make: strangers form ;a good. opinion of our town, iwhen .visiting it. The above are .only a few of the several,'good. reasons whyl POTIRI'S DININGI ROOMS are so popular. The "lace 'vwhere you can :'have a wholesome .meal or light refresh mentsiat i':all hours,; andwhliere the best fruiitaiitd choicest confectionery ,are :%procurable-Potiri's i "Canberra" Dining'. -and Refreshment. Rooms, 'Monaro strcet, Queanbeyan.: Tele phone 77. , , . The "AGE" is: the medium: for your ad.vertisit ng. Each :copy is a" salesmain .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 leader at a time when that reader is most ready to give you at...
CEMENT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
CEMENT WORKS. It is currently. -reported: that a township is being surveyed at Mount Fairy and that a .large ,number of men will shortly, be put on 'at. work, as the cement, works for the Federal Capital will be .manufactured there; it being reported that:all.theimaterial required is to be ihad'there in abun dance.. This should make: matters good for the business people in Bun gendore.
SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
SYDNEY VWOOL MARKET.". .. Winchcombe; Carson, : Ltd.. report:. Wool values during the past week have: shown further improvcmcent for all grades of greasy merino and crossbrea excepting short 'burry faulty lines.' Prices are in many cases, 5. to. 71 ,per cent. better, than the previous week's figures, but' great irregularity is shown in the results gained. -Burr does'\not block, a :sale if :the wool has :length, but' buyers are not keen on loading themselves up:with the'short burry grades, when there is so little machinery available for treating these lines:.. Lambs' wool is selling at better rates. Our sales on Wednesday included Wnm: Jenner, Blayney, `151d;, Duncan Mc Rae, Armidale, 15d; Thos. Bowman, Manilla, 14td. New Zealand Loan '& Mercantile' Agency, Ltd. report;:-We 'held our twentieth wool sale of the season on Wednesday, - when we: b'rought for wara a fair catalogue c6omprising wools frofi, Ali' arts of the 'State. The,usual attendance ot bluyers was augmented by a ...
PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
PRESENTATION. Our popular townsman, Mr. Mc Grath (of the firm of McGrath and Doughty) left here last week for training at the military. eucampmient. On the eve of his departure a few of his friends met at McAlister's Hotel and presented Mr. McGrath with a wristlet watch and safety razor. The health of the departing guest was most heartily drunk and avery pleas ant time was spent. He left by train the same night, and was given a hearty send-off by those assembled, all wishing him a safe return to Bun gendore.
BUNGENDORE NEWS. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
BUNGENDORE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 15th June, before Mr. J. J. McJannett, J.P. Police v, Arthur Samuel Jacobs, for using profane language, pleaded guilty. Fined Li and 6j costs or 14 days' hard laborin Bungendore lock up. Same v. Alexander Longmore, drunkenness, pleaded guilty, first of fence. Fined 2/6 and, 6/ costs, in default seven days' hard labor in Bun gendore lockup. The same offender was also charged with using obscene language and pleaded guilty. Fined £2 and 6/ costs, in default one month hard labor in Goulburn jail. Same v. Joseph Daniel, drunk and disorderly.-Defendanit pleaded guil ty, and being an old offender, was mulct in the sum of £3 and 6/ costs, in default one month hard labor in Goulburn jail; fine suspended pro. vided defendant was of good behavi our 'for 12 months.. Same v. Owen 'Williams, another old offender, charged with being drunk and disorderly. He pleaded guilty and was fined'£3 and 6/costs, in default one month hard labor...
Boarders and Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
Boarders and Butter. It is a well-known fact that the scarcity of butter is causing a great deal of anxiety to housekeepers in Yass, and more particularly is this' the case with hotel and boarding house proprietors, most of whom are unable to secure a continued supply of this very necessary commodity. So pro nounced is the shortage of butter that the stores are retailing it out in'half and quarter pound parcels, to indi vidual customers. But'this is how some boarding houses are maintaing a fair supply. The boarders are sent off to different shops with strict in structions to purchase ' anything up to a pound of butter." And so the collective purchase is. nearly always sufficient to meet the daily require ments.-.Courier.
Garden and Field Calendar for June, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
Farden and Field Calendar for June, 1915. By A. Lansdow re, Seedsman, Goulburn The May Wreather since the 14th h-s'. been, unusual. Never before have we had such an unbroken spell of cold, westerly, cloudy weather in May, and the rainfall has been bare ly.'suficient. -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 . easons ;than woul'd 'rovidd an ample supply. On'e of -the 'worst features of our rural districts is the'barecon dition of many residences. 1 Trees; and shrubs and a vegetable garden avoula aarc "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. Well cultivate and manure all land, stir soil deeply, ane. sov in drills. 1We may expect some cold weather and sharps ...
The Demolition of Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
T, he Demolition of Houses. The Publie Health Act of 1915 has now come into force, and offers to councils an easy way of dealing with buildings which are not fit to live in. Instead of the past intricate proceed ure, all that a council now has to do is to obtain a report from an officer of the' board that a house is unfit or nn safe. If the board authorises him, the council's own officer may furnish the report.. Then the council, by resolution makes an order, called a "closing order," and names a time within which the house must be made sanitary or closed up. This is a simple proceedure, and should be ef fective against many old houses, which in the prst defied the health inspecror by taking advantage of the former twisted condition of the law. It would be well for the health officers to make a close study of the new Act, and make use of its clauses to assist their Councils.
Who was Guilty? CHAPTER IV.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
Who was Guilty ? CHAPTER TV.-(Continued) "There, that.will complete Molly's happiness " cried her father. "A skeleton in the closet, a mysterious and unsuspected relative-it is all fresh to her, though a trifle stale to me. I shall take the liberty of with drawing and making some inquiries about the horses while you impart the news to her." "You need not order my horse, ta ther," cried his daughter, as he moved away. "You only consented to ride with me because I teased tne life out of you to go, and now I re lease you When I have a cousih coming, and' a cousin about whom I have everything to hear, I shall not think of ridingl Come, uncle Scrgius," she continued, passing ,her arm within Lord Ullatliornc's-"tell me all about it." .Mr. Beverley went away laughing, and when lie returned his daughter was mistress of all the details of this new and .surprising intelligence. "As to my uncle Paul," she said, "'you have not told me the exact cir cumstances of his banishment from home, and yo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
CATARRH OF THE STOMACH. I OWE MY RECOVERY TO CLEMENTS TONIC Catarrh of the stomach is a serious ailment. No medical men would treat it lightly. The greatest care and scientiic attention is demanded. Here is an instance where the ua equalled medicine. Clements Tonic. did good. Mr. ALBERT FULLER, of Wisldom Street. Annandale. who writes this letter. 6/9/13, was afraid to go about without fear of collapse., his weakened state was so saute. He now writes of his recovery: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I lave benefited st mach by Clemants Taic that I feel a desir to tell you of it. "Eight months age I was vary ill with atoe. ch catarrh. I cald net retain any fuod, and had lost all appe tite. I got completely debilitated ALMOST TO A SKELETON. I enly tried Clemetas Tonic as a last resource. " The vrmiting ceased afer the first few doses. My strength re turning, I rwan able to walk without fear ot a colapse. I am convinced I owe my recovery to Clements Tonic. " I am now eleven stoine n weight, and th...
THE PRIMATE AT CANBERRA. (Special to the Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
THE PRIMATE AT CANBERRA. . (Special to the Age.) From Saturday to Tuesday, June 12th-15th, His Grace the Archbishop of Sydney, Primate of the Common wealth, was visiting Canberra and the surrounding districts. Apart from the pleasure shared by many of meeting him and his family per sonally, the Archbishop's visit has left permanent impressions on the minds of the still larger number who heard him speak. His Grace showed preeminently the faculty of saying the right word at the right time and ptace, and saying it 'with (the full force of a 'strong personality. The short word to outgoing offi cers, spoken at the early celebra tion of. Holy Communion at Dun troon impressed one thus. -Then again at 10 a.m., at 'full church parade of.College Staff and Corps of Cadets, including also the clergy and members of other denominations, the Archbishop based a stirring addres; on the words: "Walk worthy of the .vocation wherewith ye are called". Short though.the history of the Roy al Military Coll...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
W -ANTED position as Housekeeper or Cook only. Must be close to a school, one child nine years old. Apply this office. T ALK TO LADIES on Viavi, Hygiene and Perfect Womanhood, in Protest ant Hall, on Monday, 2Ist' June at 3.30 p.m. by Miss Stubbiugs. T1 WO Large Rooms with use of kitchen to let.Apply, Mrs. M. BURKE, Dress maker, Crawford Street. Return Thanks. I DESIRE to tender my Heartfelt Thanks to the nursing staff of the Queanbeyan &nbsp; Hospital also Dr. Blackall for their care and attention bestowed on my wife while an inmate of the Institution. MICHAEL MALONEY. Tenders ARE invited, and will be received by t . the undersigned up to the Ist JULY, 1915 for the following Work: Digging Out and Destruction of Rabbits on about Soo acres of land on Dun troou-part of "Tiack" Paddock. Digging Out and Destruction of. Rabbits on about 1700 acres of land on Dun troon-"Well Stationi" Paddock. Contractors may tender for one or both blocks. Lowest or any tender, not neces sarily ac...
"GOOD AND WONDERFULLY CHEAP." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
"GOOD AND WONDERFULLY CHEAP." "I can recommend the mixture so easily made from Hean's Essence to anyone as a sure remedy for coughs and colds. It is pleasant to take and wonderfully cheap."--J. Winchester, Wallerawang, N.S.W. When you are tired of buying little bottles of cough mixture that last no time, try Hean's Essence as Mr. Winchester did. Take a bottle home and add sweetening and water. You will find simple directions on label. The big bottle it will make will astonish you. You will then have 12/. worth of best possible cough remedy for 2/ only. Its pleasant taste and its cough, cold and sore throat curative properties will both surprise and please you. You will find the first dose give relief. It promptly clears the nasal passages, loosens phlegm, and eases throat irritation and stuffed bronchial tubes. When the throat is sore, inflamed or swollen use freely as a gargle. As Hean's Essence contains no- poison of any nature, it may be given to baby or grandparent just as often...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
RIFLE SHOOTING. The following scores were made in the competition for the Davies' medal, conditions being 10 shots at each range. Saturday, 5th May,' 200 yards A. D: McInnes,` 46-4-50; S. Taylor, 46-4-50, W. Muir, 44-7-50*; G. Hate ly, 49-sc.-49; T. Warren, 49-sc.-49; S. Gallagher, 47-1-48; C. Brown, 43-5-48; C. Powell, 44-3-47; E. MI\or ris, 43-4-47. Saturday, 5th June, 300 yards: Jas. Gallagher, 48-sc.- 48; W. Muir, 43-5-48; C. Brown, 42-.3-45; S. Tay lor, 41-3-44; A. D. McInnes, 41-3-44; S. Gallagher, 42-1-43; G. Hately, 40-sc.-40; G. O'Hanlon, 34-6-40; C. Powell, 34-3-37. Wednesday, 2nd June, 200 yards: F. Wright, 50-sc.-50; W. -Mayo, 49-2-50*; A. H. Legge, 49-2-50*; G. Gregory, 47-1-48; A. D. McInnes, 46.2-48; M. Potiri, 43-5-48; A. Apps, 38-6-44. Saturday,'12th June, 500 yards: S. Taylor, 48-5-50*"; C. Powell, 44-5-49; W. Muir, 43-5-48, George McInnes, 39-8-47; T. Warren, 45-1-46 A. D. McInnes, 41-4-45; S. Gallagher. 43-1-44; G, I-ately, 43-sc.-43: Wednesday, 16th June, 300'.y...
Belgian Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 18 June 1915
Belgian Ball. The ball in aid of the starving and distressed families of Belgians came off in the Protestant Hall on Tuesday night, and as expected was a grand success, both sociallyand financially. The hall was prettily anid tastefully decorated with flags of the allied nations with long streamers of small flags strung diagonally across the hall. The stage; which was occupied by the band, was very nicely arranged with a large carpet in the centre of a half circle of chairs, pot plants re lieving the bareness of the side wings. This excellent work. was carried out by Messrs. Johns and Cripps. Dancing commenced with a grand march played by the band and to the strains of the " Merry Widow" waltz played by the same musicians. The floor was prepared by Mr. Johns and this gentleman also acted as M.O. Excellent music was supplied a gratuitously by the band, the Misses t Meredith, Cullen. and Messrs. De Clifton, Mathews, Burn, and Potiri. Dancing was continued until mid- a night when an ad...