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Triumph Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
TTrimnph. Pictures. TuE management announce an extra big attraction for to-night's screening, the 0th and 10th seriesof Lucille Love, the Gil of l Mystery, being the chief attraction, Pat rons of this popular re sort who have witnessed the previous series of this beautiful feature drama should not miss seeing these two parts. The Greater Live, star drama, Queer Quarantine and .John's Flowery Offer, are comedies -of grant merit, Pimple Turns Honest., conmib; and Down with the Huns, war speoial make an attrac tive programme. On Thursday next a big progiamme headed by that en thralling feature drama.The Next Gen eratiou,-A Son's Example, Ray of God's Sunshine and Nerve, are the dramas, The Dangers of a.Beard, Thile Schooling of Mary A4pno and Busy Day in the Jungle, comedies, and the Life of a Plaice, eduastional. The Loss of the Birkenhead, a big feature, will be along next month. *
BAPTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
B A P T I S MS BY PASTOR' 1tUSSELL. Text: "Therefote ye are buried ivith Lim by baptism into death;h nt libe au Chrsat was raised up froni the de by the glory of the Father, even so we a% ishould walk 'in newness of life" (Ronm. vi. 4) " The Pastor called attention to the fact that his text did not read. buried by tsap tism into water, or sprinkled with water, but -"buried by baptism into death " The - Apostle says not one - word about water I aptism. Water baptism, the- Pastor de clared, is merely a symbul or picture of the real baptism; and the Apostle explaine from various points of view the real hap tism, without. -%hich the symbol is a me:e form Whoever receives the -real baptism thereby becomes a member of the Body of Christ, a memberjs, the New Creation. But whoever has not the real baptism is not a New Creature, not a membec of the Body of- Christ, though lie were baptised in triter a thousand times The Pastor next showed that the real baptism w: a baptism into Christ's. dea...
50,000 CASUALTIES. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
50,000 CASUALTIES. LEater" The number of dead and injured in the Italian -earthqiiake is now esti mated at 50,000. The restoration of communications proves that there were very heavy losses in the mountain towns:' Many of the injured succumbed fromn want of. medical treatment and hundreds died from exposure. The soldiers are stil11 endeavoring to clear away the ruins of a church at Ortucchio to rescuee as ijanyy as possible of 100 women who- are buriec there ,anc. whose cries can still be heard:. The King of Italy has contributed £12,000: to the relieving the. suffer ings of the orphans. Advices from Sebastopol announce that the Russian fleet has sunkl 80 sailing vessels used for transport -ing troops to Anatolia. Even al though these were. merely dhows which could make no effective re bistance-to men-of-war, this may be taken. as an omen. Both by sea and lancLTurkey is meetipg with'misfor tune. The heat wave of the pait 'few days has been very scvrori.
Italian Earthquake. PITIFUL INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
Italian Earthquake. PITIFUL INCIDENTS. The details - or-- the disaster show. that =the present catastrophe has, sur -Jpassec .that at Messina in the low percentage of survivors. Only two or three per cent. escaped at, Avez zano, whilst 30 .-per cent. survived the Messira\earthquake. In its vio lence this ' di aster is without parallel. A carter -was passing within 50 yards of a house 30 feet high when the house was literally hurled against him, hurylnig" the horse and cart, at Avezzano. They were ground to powder as it by a gigantic machine. The corpses are left to putrity, as the whole of the rescuers' -atten tion is devoted to the wounded(, now lying under the ruins. At the outset the rescuers were so small in nun ber that they could do no more than mark . the spots where voices could still be heard. When the. help was forthcoming the voices were, silent. Two girls,-protected tmnder a pian'o, implored'help for two days, but were slowly: asphyxiated by the ddust' and frozen.' li .F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
Antony Horderns' Summer Fashion Book" Is a faithful guide to the Summer, Styles and will save you-sovs. Write for a Copy post free a on request o Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd. Only Universal Providers .lew Palace Emporium Brickfield Hill, Sydney Always on hand, PRIME CHAFF,. P MAIZE (Cracked and Whole) OATS, WHEAT, RYE, etc. FLOUR, BRAN & POLLARD POTATOES, ETC. 'All Produce Bought and Sold for Cash. Nighest Cash Price given for all kinds of Produce, Skins and Wool. Agent for The Royal Insurance Co. Telephone-Stdre No., 27, House No. 2 JOHN KNOX, PRODUCE STORES, Opp..Solomon's, lMonaro-et., Queaeibiyant. Model Carriage Factory. SULKIES BUILT from £15. PAINTED from 350. A LL Clnassesof Vehicles Built, Painted or JAý. Exchanged. Tyres and Axles all sizes. in stock. Second-hand Sulkies and Spring Carte on hand. 'ryres and Ironwork re newed at Shortest notice.. Quality, WWork sranship, Attention Guaranteed. W. 5WOODF IELD, Coach Painter, . MONABO STREET, QUEANBEYAN. JOHN FO...
A Gruesome Discovery. SUICIDE AT COTTER JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
A Gruesome Discovery. SUICIDE AT COTTER JUNCTION. NEws was conveyed to Senior-ser geant Wood on Sunday morning of the-discovery of the previous after noon on the banks of the Cotter River of the skeleton of a man in a v advanced state of decay. -Moun tid-constable Brown was at once sent out-to gather full particulars. These being 'phoned in to Sergeant Wood, were reported to Mr. Coroner Gale, who decided that it was a case for coronial inquiry. Up to this point it had been re ported that the remains discovered were those of a man of apparently 300 -35 years of age. The body was reduced to a 'mere skeleton, hav ing apparently lain where it was found for two or three months. It was fully clothed, but little remained save the decaying clothes, the dried skin, and bones of -the. subject. By }neans- of the clothing the. remains were identified as those of a man once employed on the Cotter works, but who had left his employment some time ago.. He was kuown'by .the name of William Newton, ...
Scouts in Camp. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
Scouts in Camp. IT. was very enjoyable ! As one writes there arises before one the picture of the little camp, the three tents in the shade of some wattle trees, the hill in the background, the smoke of the camp fire climbing lazily into the air, the blue sky, and above all the rushing, splashing, ex hilarating stream. What a' stream it is ! We spent most of our tlme.in its spalkling effervesqent waters or basked in the sun on its rocks until our shoulders took on the rosy hue of a beautiful sunburn (they are-begin nlng to peel now !) . Five swims a day was the usual allowance, but these hardly satisfied the amphibious * Chicken " and " Colley." Do you object to nicknanies ? We had in camp a weird assortment of them " Bones," " Cowboy," " Keystone," (alias " Casey"'), 'Z Crawfish," and several others that for the moment have escaped my memory. And the humor and repartee of these young Australians! In any discussion it was far wisey to keep quiet if you'did iot want to be scored off....
Departure of Mr. Scrivener, I.S.O. FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
Departure of Mr. Scrivener, I.S.O. FAREWELL AND PRESEN TATION. THE departure of Mr. C. R. Scri- vener, I.S.O , and Director of Com monwealth Lands and Surveys from Canberra, was not allowed to pass unnoticed. On Friday last the offi cers of the Administration and Sur vey Departments ¶.met in the main offices of -the Lands Department to make a presentation to the retiring Director. There were present Col onel Miller; Administrator of the Federal Capital Territory, Mr. Thos. Hill, engineer in charge, Mr. -Sur veyor Sheaffe, Messrs. F. C. Broin owski and staff of the Lands and Sur vey Branch, Mr. F. A. Piggin and staff of the Accounts Branch, Mr. P. A. Gourgand and staff of the Ad ministration Office, Mr. T. -Rolland and Staff of the Works Department, Mr. F. Ireland, manager' Common wealth Bank, Canberra, Mr. G. C. Boudfield, postmaster, Canberra, and Mr. J. G.-Harris; Queanbeyan. Colonel Miller presided, and pro posed the toast of " The King.'' Following this the Administrator, in pro...
CHEAPER FUEL FOR OIL ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
CHEAPE.R FUEL FOR OIL ENGINES.. IN response to wnany suggestions. that we should provide' a cheaper fuel. for. '' Standard.. and other; benzine oil en gines, we-l have pleasure to ,intimate that we have made arrangements for supplyirig-a high grade special .engine distillate fin any quantity, at prices which will greatly reduce the running cost-of all benzine oil engines. Users of this dietillate inforbn ins that en gines running on this fuel will develop greater power than when running on benzihie, acid 's the priceis much be low that charged for benzine, this die. tilleate is naturally earning for itselfa very favonrable reputation. We also sopply highlgrade lubricating oils for oil engines' and all other :kinds of maohinery, the quality of which visnot aurpassod, even if equalled, bylany othier firm. The prices of these oils are fixed at' the very o18wesa we can afford to sell tliein at. It is true economy to use only the beet oil on, machinery as the life of machinery is prolong...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
MICHELAGO. A GRAND BALL, In aid of the funds of the ,fiohelago Hall, Will be hold on Tuesday, 26th January, 1015, Anniversary Day. 1uSIC; BY MISS McCANN (Cooina). Dohblo Tickets Go, Single as. W. MaTERNAN, Hon. Treas. ',W: 80RITBACK,. ob Soc. Clothing, Mercery, Boots NOW IN FULL SWING. lit tbCIO 1Cttmi $torc. S. A. PARCELL, The -Busy Clothier, Mercer and Boot Man, (AT BUCKLEY'S NEWS AGENCY), MONARO STREET, QUJEANBEYAN. WANTED, GOOD PLAIN COOK for Hotel, good Wages.` Also good smart HOUSE. MAID WAI'rRESS,>experience not necess. ary if willing, good wages. Further infor. mation apply this office, personally or by telephone. CA CARD] M R. F. W. MATHEWS has (by request) decided to take up his old calling as TEACHER OF MUSIC, and will be pleased to receive Pupils. Terms and further par ticulars on application to * F. W. MIATHEWS, Dodsworti,, Queanbeyan. Piano Tuning and Repairs a speciality. Income Tax Returns. R ETURNS are now DEMANDED from all persons drawing INCOME from a BUSINESS ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 January 1915
POWERFUL, -EFFECTIVE N I AND READY ! .-Hay es & 'Russell,1Liiitedl, " Where the Good Values Are," Queanbeyan, ONCE AGAIN ANNOUNCE THEIR GREAT DISCOUNT SALE AND THEIR MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITIES. THIS TIME : SPECIAL DISCOUNT SALE. We are ready and right in the front. When we announce a sale .you may rest assured same will be Powerful and Effective. This, our Discount- Sale, is going to be sharp and furious-Bargains willibe offered to our customers, who will also receive a Special Disc -'unt. Therefore enormous savings are to be obtained by paying the establishment of HAYES & RUSSELL, LTD., a visit. WA Tr'CIl FOB SPECIAL WVINDOTV .DJLSFLAYS. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! Ladies, Remember-Special Lines at Discount Sale Prices. You know what this -means. For Bargains of the truest type, we -will start with Special Discounts off all Furnishing Drapery, Ironmongery, Furniture, Glassware, Crockery, and Plated-Ware: All goods Marked in Plain Figures; off which will be take...
One Word in Time. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
One_ Word in Time. Is better than two afterwards. A chance to profit by another's experience. IT is a stiange thing how people will put away an opportunity until too late, It's only little things that: go to make up our every.day life ; the tronuble is we don't pay sufficient attention to them. Backache is a little thing. Sometimes it-comes after a hard day's work or i alight cold. " It will !pass 'off," you siay, " It's only the result of overtaxing the back." It isn'ttlie :fault of you; back, but your kidneys. The exertion of straining has interfered with their delicate mechanism. You call it back= ache, but it really is kidney-ache. If the kidoeys are not relieved, chronic disorderseset-in, and this ie where the " little thing '' shoinldino# ; pasaee over. This woman hiase learned to ap preoiate iwhat delay means - Mrs. A'l Thompson, Moriiesett-street;, Qauanbeyan, says :--"A few years.ago my kidrieys were in a very weak and disordered state,;and as a consequence S"suffered dread...
Country Telephones. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Country Telephlones. The Deputy P.M.G. advises the Hon .Austin Chapman as follows: Referring to your letter of the 6th November last, forwarding com mun'at?ions from the Yarrowlumrla Shire Council, Queanbeyan, 'Mr. G. O'Hanlon, .Acting Shire Clerk, and Messrs: F. S. Falconer, Hugh Har ridtt, P. R. Broderick, and'other re sidents of Bywong, on the Bungen dore and Gundaroo mail lines urg ing inter alia .the, establishment of a receiveng office at that place, I have to intimate than the matter hav ing had consideration, it has been. decideal to establish a receiving of fice at Bywong on'the 1st. proximo. under the charge of Mrs. Mary Har riott. The question of increasing the frequency of the mail communi cation between Bungendore arid Gundaroo from once to twice a week' is under. consideration, andl when a decision has'. becn arrived at . you will be .further advised.
The Deaf, Dumb and the Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Thlle Deaf, Dumnb alnd the Iliuid. The education of children afflictedc with deafness or blindness is one of the more phi!anthror ic and benefici ent undertak'ngs that any commun ity could enter upon This special work in -this State has been suc cessfully carried on by the N.S.W. Institution for the Deaf the Dumb and -the Blind for over 53 ycars. During that time more than 600 deaf children arid nearly 200 bl'nd ones have been benefited by the education and training providedi by this Jnsti tution, and by this means most of them have been enabled to earn their own living and prove them selves useful and worthy citizens. eupported the Institution. The con The major portion oi the funds for the carrying on of the work have been provided by the general pub lic, who have hitherto generously tinuance of the support is still ur gently needed and the directors tar. nestly appeal for the necessary funds Miss Isabel Petersen, the country re presentative of' the Institution is -about to'-make ...
Bywong Receiving Office. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Bywoimg Rleceiving. Office. The Deputy Postmaster. General advises the Hon. Aust;n Chapman •that. isolated country :.exchanges will be established without restriction as to the number of; subscribers;., it is desirable, however; in order that ar rangements: may- be made. for the necessary switching duties to be per-' formed and. constructional require ments obtained, that the names of .%as many :intending subscribers :as possible be furnished. . 'loloks "as thlough- the mecting b.etween Dave. Smith and Ben Doyle. for the heavyweight championship, of Australia. will be fixed up after all. Dave hjb~ibeen standing out for 30 per, cent., and the concensus of :public'opinion is,- that as an indu bitable local champion he ought to get it:. The idea is that 'Dave and .tlihe xexshearer with the considerable waist and the benevolent face shall clash some time next month.
Racing and Religion. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Racing anid ieligioi; THS New South Wales Methodist Evangelistic-Committee is desirous of including in its'Open`Kir Campaign those who frequent the Sydney race courses. Application has conse quently,. eenmade for permisSion to' hold -'opn air: meetings.-ou .the: race courses during the intervals between the races. In the application to the `Moore field. Racitig Club, the coiivener writes :-" We merely 'wish to preach the. Gspel of Jesus .Christ, during the interval :between races, and undertake to .behave ourselves and to act subject to the.directions of your officials iwith regard to posi tion, arrangements, etc. The writer has attended meetings on Epsom: course, England, . aind much good' has been done among young people of both sexes, and without interfer hnce. or conflict with ?'the 'course officials." iThe aipplication .will be submitted to the directors. The A.J.C., it may be mentioned, has received a similar request, as have, the Associated Race Clubs.
The Drill Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Tire Drill Hall.' The Secretary of the Department ment advises the Hon. Austin Chap man;:as; follows:-Referring 'to 'your mertiorandum 6fthlie';'7th December; last, in regard to the representa tions: of. the ,Council of. the Munici pality of= Queanbeygn for the erec-, tion of a drill hall ,at .that place, and that, facilities for drill- instruc tions b.e provided for the. Quean beyan-District, I have.to inform you, that as Queanbeyan is not a training. centre: and no troops ,are training there it ?is considcred unnecessary to Stake any steps at' present with reo :.gard to accommodation.- - : .I
CANBERRA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
CA~iBERRA RIFLE CLUB. The,"imonthly prize" competition was held on Saturday, 16th January: Conditions were 7 shots at 500 and 600 yards ranges. Following are: the results:- Mr. Boyejr, '30 27 16 70 10/ ,, G. Thomas 33 25: .15 70 5/1 ,, .Piggin' .. 35 ,_25. 8' 68. 3/6 Waidsworth 27 28 13- B8 276' S.,Vautin ... 33 26- 6 65 2! ,, Hatfield 23 ,28 8 65 2/ ,, . Donovan 25' 19 .20 -64 2/ Part'ngton 24 18" 22. 64 1/-. Turner.-;. 16 23 25 :64 1/ Major ...,24 23 "16 63 1/ The next prize competition will take place on Saturday, February 20th; the ranges being 400 and 500 yards. A match las been arranged with the Queanbeyan Rifle Club,.tef men aside, to.talke. place on the Royal Mi'itary College Range on Tuesday, 26th January (Anniversary Day.),
Rifle Shooting. QUEANBEYAN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Rifle Rhootiag. ,_ --_--- -_-_-_- ..... ?. "QUEANBEYAN RIFLE CLUB. Five members of the above club took part in the third match for the. Toohey gold medal on Wedhes afternoon at the local range. Con ditions. were 10 shots at- 700 yards range. The winners of the cash prizes were G: Gregory and W. Mayo. Following are the scores: .700yds, hcp.- TI." G. Gregory ......... 39 4 :43 ,W, Mayo .......... 34 6 40 A.. McInnes ....... 34 4 38 H. Taylor ..,..... '36 sc. 36 "M. Potiri ........... 26 0 , 35 The team to represent Queanbeyan in a match-with Canberra Club on the latter's range on Tuesday next will b.e.j?elected after to-morrow's shooting.
Cricket. FEDERAL CUP COMPETITION. SEASON RE-OPENS. RETULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Cricket. FEDERAL CUP COMPETITION,: SEASON RE.OPENS. RETULTS. Ainslie defeated Powerb9use. :, Brickbat defeated Duntroon, Canberra forfeited to Hall. Queanbeyan a bye. After three weeks' holiday the vapious teams met on Saturday last to play the last match of "the. first round. To morrow the frst game in the seoa ond round will be decided. Somd°good cricket should be seen as there are two im portant matches set down on the fixtures." Queanbeyan, who are undefeated on their own ground, will try conclusions with Hall at Queanbeyan and the Brick Bate' are in great hopes,. after their splendid wnD over Duntroon. of knocking the unbeaten inislie 'off their pedestal. PowerHouse are deter mined to do their utmost to square accounts with Duntroon at the Power House. Can herra, who have not yet played in any match have the bye.