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Queanbeyan Police Court. STATISTICS FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

iQueaibteyan Police Court. SSTATISTICS FOR 1914. Tuxz following information, as supplied to us by Senior-sergeant Wood, will be read with general interest, as showing the character of the offences dealt with, the sox of the offen ders, the total of the offences for the previous year. and increase or decrease of the same : 1. Offences against the person-Summons cases, males, 5 ; apprehensions, males, 6. Summarily convicted, 11 ; total, 11; total for previous year, 33; decrease, 22. 2. Offences against property, with violence-Apprehensions, males,6; commit ted for trial, 2; summarily convicted, 3; discharged, 1; total, 0: total for previous bear, 2,; increase, 4. 3. Offences against property, without violence,-Summons cases, 2 males; sum marily convicted, 1; discharged, 1; total, 2; total for previo'us year, 20 ;decrease, 18. ' 4. Forgery and other offences against the currenoy-Nil; total for previous. year, 1; decrease, 1. 5.: Offences against good order-Summons cases, males, 10; app...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Day of Intercession. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

Day of Iiitercessionii LAST Sunday, with the approval of His Majesty the King, was a day of general intercession to Almighty God for His interposition in bringing to an end to the disastrous war which is at present working such havoc in Europe and paralysing the ramifica tions to the entire civilised world. All churches. not only of Christen dom, but of the Mohamedism and other faiths, cordially took up the invitation, so that, not: only, in the churches and other places of worship, but in domestic devotions, and pri vate prayer intercessions were offered to the God of Peace to end the disas trous strife. The Australian Com monwealth, in common wiih other oversea dependencies of the. British Empire joined most heartily in these intercessory services. Here in Quean beyan there were unusually large congregations, and. the devotions and sermons were tinctured with the spirit -of patriotic !intercession. In the Methodist church the evening service was a departure, fromr the 'usual routi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Historic Utterance. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

All listoric Uttertance. -0--- ONr of the speeches which will go down to history is that delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt. Hon. D. Lloyd George, at the Queen's Hall, London, when he dealt with the question of National Honor. His designationr of the " Prussian Junker as the Road Hog of Europe " is likely to live in the. memory of man ; and his terse summing up of the value of scraps of paper is one of the most apt' of all the deliver ances on the causes of the war. A brief cable report has already reached us, but the full text. of the speech has already been reprinted in pham. phlet form, and we have received several copies from Messrs. Gordon &- Gotch (Sydney Ltd.), which we will\be pleased to distribute to appli cants. The local newsagents also have copies for distribution.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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ST. GREGORY'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

ST. GREGORY'S CHURCH. Xmas Day. at St. Gregory's, Queanbeyan, was marked as usual by a great display of fervor. The three Masses were largely at tended, the first two being crowded to the doors. Father Hogan was the celebrant at each Mass, and delivered an eloquent and inspiring sermon on the feast of the day. Thechoir, under the baton of Mr. Jack Burn, rendered Batmann's Mass with great spirit while " Adeste Fideles " rang out trium phantly as a Christmas hymn. -Miss Kath. leen Hogan played the organ accompani. ments. Special interest was evinced in the Crib. This was erected in the iBaptistry, and exercised a compelling charm over all hearts. The structure was built so as to resemble the Cave of Bethlehem. The floor of the interior was strewn with straw and on this were three statues of rare workmanship -The Divine Infant in His manger cradle, The Blessed Virgin Mary, and St. Joseph. The grouping of the statuary, the littered straw, the rock-like appearanoe of the cave and the fal...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Prove All Things. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

Prove All Things. To win a wager an English Marquis stood on London Bridge and offered sovereigns for five shillings. He could not find a customer. It's not to be wondered at; the public look askance at any proposition when the'person is apparently a financial loser, without direct or indirect gain. Fradulent schemes have often been successful, and in these days sceptics want better proof than the word of a marquis. No evi dence can be stronger than testimony such as this: Mr. A. Bean, Station Hill, Queanbeyan, says: " Some six years ago I took a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for severe aching pains in my back, an ailment that had troubled me for a long time. They cured me, and I have been perfectly free of backache ever since. Before I took Doan's Backache Kidney Pills I was always trying one remedy or an other, but I might as well have thrown my money away for all the good they did me. After suffering terribly for a good while Doan's Backache Kidney Pills were brought und...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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The Churches. CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

The Churches. CHRIST CHURCH. Taz Day of Intercession in connection with the war was duly observed in Christ Church on Sunday, the services both morning and evening being attended by large congrega tions. The Boy Scouts paraded in uniform on each occasion, and occupied seats in the south transept. The services were of a unique character and conformed to a special order of service as prescribed for the Anglican Church all over the Empire. A pastoral letter signed by the Bishop of the Australian Episcopmte was read alter the Intercessions. The addresses had special reference to the war and to the claim that the present troublesome time was making for our united prayerand humiliation. The Union Jack, British Ensign and Belgium National Flag made an excellent and appro. priate decoration to the_ chancel of the church. On Xmas Day a record number of com. municants made their communions at the two morning celebrations. The services were festal in nature but no special music wasengaged in. ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Old Sayings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

Old Sayings. :;:As poor as a church mouse, :As 'thin as a rail, '.As fat as a porpoise. As roughas a gale, a'.s brave as a lion. .As spryas a cat, : As bright as a sixpenco? - ''A.i wekas a rat. As proud as'a peacock,, As sly as a' fox,". As mad as a March hare,' As strong as an ox, As fair as ahlily, :As empty n ir. air, .. ,As rich as Orcosus, ;",As cross as a bear. As pure as an angel, 'As neat as a pin, - 'As smart as a steel trap, Ase ugly as sin, ' . :: As dead as a door-nail, As white as a sheet, As flat as a pancake, . As red as a beet. As round as an apple, :iAs black as your hat, ' As brown as a berry, As blind as a bat, :'-J= As mean ass miser, 'As full as a tick, S As plump as a partridge, As sharp as a stick. As clean as a penny. As dark as a pall, As hard as a millstone; As bitter as gall,' As fine as a fiddle;. As clear as a bell; As dry as a herring,. As deep as a well. As light as a feather, As hard as a rook, As stiff as a poker, As calm as a clock. As green as a g...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Hot Weather Skin Troubles. ITCHY RASH, SWELLINGS AND SORES QUICKLY HEALED BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

Hot Weather Skin STroubles. 7ITCHY RAsai4SwELLINGs AND SORES QUICKLY HEALED Di ZAM-BUK. I/ HEAT lumps, prickley beat, eczema, blotches, ohafiogs, blisters, sore feet and other summer skin troubles should ,be treated with Zam-Buk. The unique balm has the happy knack of cleansing the skin's pores of all impurities and making the skin healthy, cool, and cleart. -Mrs. M. Lane, of Darragh Street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, says: " One night. through the overheating of my blood, I awoke with both my legs in a state of fearful irritation. I could have almost torn the flesh. The itchiness was unendurable and I felt like going mad. "We always keep a supply of Zam Buk in the house, and my husband got. pup and made me rub' some of the balm well into my legs.. It was wonderful how soothingaund cooling Zam-Buk was. SThe excessive irritation went away im r' ]'mediately, and I obtained perfect ease. After that I dropped off to sleep, and I have never been troubled' with the ' itching since." Zam-B3...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Fixing the Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

F'ixiung the Prices./ They're fixing.the piice of wheat just now they're fixing the price of bread, And time . ldne ,will show. us'nhow-they'11 . seize the crops' aheadi., But if it's right to doel with wheat-what's wrong with an all-round flutter ? And regulate the price of;meat-as well as jam and butterP And what of pigs and poddy calves-they're oft to slaughter taken; Unless they do thinge by the halvps, they'll fix the price of bacon " And lucerno hay, and corn, and chaff, and pumpkins and potatoess ; No reason now there is. to laugh-they're ruled by speculators. And what about the pridel of beds-at all .the boarding houses, .The hats we wear upon our headi, and but. tons for our trousers P . - For squashes. small and melons 'large, and when we'll get '*.thair cut P " And what the tailors ought tto chargo to give us all-" a square cut P " And regulate the time;.,for bed, the hour also for-rising," The price you'll have to pay. to wed; and rates for advertising; And when they've ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

IN MEMORIAM. IN loving memory, of our darling Sister, ADA MARY, who departed this life on 29th December, 1913, aged 24 years. We cannot forgot you, we loved you too dearly.       For your memory to fade from our lives like a dream.   The lips need not speak when the heart mourns sincerely. For thoughts often rest where they   seldom are seen. Inserted by her loving sisters and brother, Eliza, Dorothy and Alex. Gifford. 29/12/14. IN MEMORIAM. IN loving memory of our darling daughter,   ADA MARY, who departed this life on 29th December, 1913, aged 24 years. Like ivy on the withered oak,     When all things else decay, Our love for you will still keep green And never fade away. Inserted by her loving parents, S. and M. Gifford. 29/12/14.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

PASTURES PROTECTION ACT 1912; .Pastures Protection Board; Queanbeyan ANNUAL STOCK RETURNS. :NOOTICE i" . hereby given that every owner of Stock in the Pastures Protection District of. .Queanbeyan: must: furnish a Return otf Iaihd 9irnd Stock in such Dis trict; . and of any stock travelling in 'any other district, in the pre "scribed form. on or before the 10th. day' of Jahuary, 1915. Such returns to. be delivered to the --Secretary of the Queanbeyan Pastures Pro tection Board-personally. or sent by registered .letter addressell- to the Pasture. Protectibn. Board, Quean beyan. and..mnust :be made by every owner irrespective of the number of stock: owned. Any owner failing to .make such return shall be- Iable to' .a penalty not exceeding £20. Copies of the prescribed form may be ob: tained- at -the Secretary's Office, Craivford Streett Queanboyan; or at -the Police Stations and Post ?Offices of .the ''district: Fohms :will be ..postcd to all- per- song who were rated last-year, but, n...

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Sutton News. SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

Sutton News. SPORTS. The Sutton Sports Club held their fifth annual meeting on New Year's Day. Although the day was most unseasonable as regards the weather,   being quite cold at times-the atten dance of adults, at least was a record. The programme of events, though a lengthy one, was successfully got through with the exception of one event. The results are as follow:- OPENING HANDICAP BICYCLE RACE, Half Mile. First Heat: B. Naveau, 15yds, 1; N. Butt 45yds, 2. Other starters, A. Harman scr., T. Harman 60yds. Second Heat: W. Smith 70yds, 1; E. Southwell 40yds, 2. Other start- ers, J. Royal scr., P. Harman 55yds. Third Heat: J. Harman, 20yds, 1; C. Southwell, 50yds 2. V. Southwell 60yds, also started. FINAL. W. Smith, 70yds ............... 1 J. Harman, 30yds. ........... 2 BYWONG HANDICAP FOOT- RACE, for all comers, 1ooyds. First Heat: E. Roberts, 7yds, 1; J. McInnes, 6yds, 2. A. Southwell. scr., also started. Second Heat: A. Murphy, 7yds, 1; H. Meeres; 4 yds., 2. H. C. ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

GUNDAROO. ------~ --- AN old and respected resident, of this district in the person of Mrs. James Whittaker, wife of Mr. James Whit taker, " Flowerdale," Yas. River, near.here, passed over to the silent majority on Sunday week. The de ceased lady, who had reached a ripe old age, had been bedridden for some considerable time, and her end was not altogether unexpected. Mrs. Whittaker prior to her lengthy illness took an active part in all matters for the advancement of the locality in which she lived, and she was gener ally liked and respected by all who came in contact with her. The -interment took place in the R.C. cemetery in Gunning, and notwith standing the shortness of the notice a large number of mourners attended to pay their lasts respects to a good friend and neighbour. Deceased leaves a husband and grown-up family. During the morning of Boxing Day several heavy showers fell, and the. outlook for the sports organised by the committee of the Literary Insti tute appeared to be...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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The Slaughter at Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

'Tie Slaulghter at Broken I11i1. : Naturally, the slaughter at Broken Hill has aroused some apprehension r lest- similar scenes should be -witnessed "nearer home. The perpetrat ?I-ors of the outrage were a couple of Turks, who had evidently ,mrade ;up their minds to end 'their lives in sanguinary fash : on, and who fired on a crowded -picnic train,' and subsequently .' ?t the police and others who f:' tried to arrest them. Both paid :i.-the 1ienalty of. their outrage 'i=a ;with their lives. ". Whether tii'hey:had been driven to desper .aftion by the racial hatred which has been so freely manifested ;'since the outbreak of the war, or whether they had - come to - the 'conclusion that it was time ;:i twage a "i_ Jehad,i- or holy Swar -for: the extermination pf r: infidels .on _their :own account, is otias yet .clear. But evi ,..-: dently murderous- passions. are ?;a'?-seething. below .thee surface whi vliere they are, little suspected. -~odu$'ir of the Broken Hill: resi d?ents were ki...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Bungendore Jockey Club. ANNUAL MEETING. OFFICIALS. PATRON.—MR. W. D. GORDON. PRESIDENT.—MR. J. F. MASLIN. VICE-PRESIDENTS.—MESSRS. J. H. F. GORDON, F. S. FALCONER, G. CURTIS, A. F. POWELL, T. F. RUTLEDGE. JUDGE.—MR. J. F. MASLIN. HANDICAPPER.—MR. J. PRICE. CLERK OF SCALES.—MR. E. J. DANIEL. CLERK OF COURSE—MR. O. WILLIAMS. TREASURER.—MR. J. O. McALISTER. SECRETARY.—MR. J. J. McKIE. COMMITTEE.—MESSRS. J. O. McALISTER, J. CHINNERY, H. McKIE, D. CHINNERY, E.J. DANIEL, W. McGRATH, P. J. BYRNE, L. GOLDBERG, F. CHINNERY, J. MARSHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

-Blngendore Jockey Club. ANNUAL MEETING. (By Our Special Repurter) OFFICIALS: PATo?o.-MR. W. D. GORDON. PsEtsSDTT.-MR. J. F. MASLIN. VICE.PazsiDNTe. s.MESSRS. J. H. F. GOR DON, F. S. FALCONER, G. CURTIS, A. F. POWELL, T. F. RUTLEDGE. JunDE.-MR. J. F. MASLIN. HANDICAPPrr.-MR. J. PRICE. CLEEK or SCALES.-MR. E. J. DANIEL. CLERK or Couass -MR. O. WILLIAMS. TaREASUREa.-MR. J. O. McALISTEE. SECRTAnr.7M. R.J. J. McKIE. Co~nTrzz.-MESSRS. J. O. McALISTEE, J. CHINNERY, H. McKIE, D. CHIN NERY, E. J. DANIEL, W. McGRATH, P. J. BYRNE, L. GOLDBERG, F. CHINNERY, J. MARSHALL. _ THE annual races, held on the splen- did course under the Mill Post ranges, on Boxing Day, under the auspices of the Bungeridore Jockey Club, were even a greater success than was I anticipated. The morning on Box ing Day broke with cloudy and rainy conditions prevailing, and a fine misty rail continued well on to the middle of the day. Notwithstand ing the threatening weather condi tions, by the time the first race was schedu...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And Queanbeyan Observer
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Highland Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

Highland Gatherillg. The key-note of the speech making at the Highland gath ering was appropriately patri otic. " Every fit man who can get there should b'e in the fighting line," said the Govern or-General, and the sentiment was loudly applauded. But there are numbers of " fit men " who can't get into the fighting line, and, fortunately, there are other modes of helping the Empire besides going to the front. His Excellency also gave a toast, " to the memory of the dead," and it was drunk in solemn silence. Perhaps the most noticeable of other speeches was that of Mr. Shimizu, the Japanese consul. Alluding to the part already -played byj his country in the capture of Kaiou-Chau and in other directions, he added, " We are still ready for any future contingencies that may de velop." He concluded with the wish that this new year may witness the end ..of the struggle, that justice and na tional honor may prevail, and that victory may be complete, and may usher in a period of universal p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

AIthony Horderns' Summer Fashion ®Book, Is a faithful guide to the Summer Styles and will save you sovs. Write for a Copy post free o on request. o Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd. Only Universal Providers 4 N?wl Palace Emporium Biicii: eld Hill, Sydney v gays on hand, ,y, 'M E (IAFF, :'. MAIZE (Cracked and Wholo) O? :o SWHEAT, RYE. etc. : LOUR, "BRAN & POLLARD. : -POTAITOES, ETC. -All Produce Bought and Sold for Cash. .Hllghest Cash Price given for all-kinds of Produce, Skins and Wool. Agent for The Royal Insurance Co. rTelephone-Store No. 27, House No. 2 ,:JOHN KNOX, PRODUCE STORES, Opp. Solomon's. Monaro-st.,. Queanboyan. Model Carriage.. Factory. SULKIES BUILT from n 15. PAINTED from 85s. A LL Classes of Vehicles Built, Painted or .~1.i Exohangod. Tyres and Axles all sizes in stook. Second.hand-Sulkies and Spring Carts on hand. Tyres and Ironwork; re newed at Shortest notice. Quiality, Work mainship; Attention, Guaranteed. W. WOODFIELD, Oach - Painter, . MONAUO STREET...

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SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

SHIRE COUNCIL. Presents .Councillors Falconer (Pre sident), Mclnnes, Kelly, Keeffe and Osborne. The minutes of the previous meet ing having been read and confirmed, The President reported that he had examined the cash book, and had certified to its agreement with the bank pass book. The Finance Committee's Report. Recommended that the sum of £16 ( 10s be transferred from the Trust Fund to the General Fund; that the r President and Clerk's action in pay) ing accounts during December, am ounting to £258 8s 8d general fund, 1 £92 trust fund,, £22 10s 6d sanitary service special fund, and £700 15s 3d loan fund, be endorsed; that the financial statement as read be adopt- i ed, and vouchers amounting to *£72 4s 4d be- recommended for payment. Adopted on- the motion of Crs. Kelly and Keeffe. The WVork, Committee's Report Recommended that the Overseer's Report be received and adopted; that the Overseer be instructed to re pair any damage to roads caused through storm water, and which re qui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 January 1915

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Autumn Show. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915

Autlumnn S how. Au 'scRinERi a writes: "Is itrnot time our show committee got-a hustle onC to make arrangements for the holding of our autumn shlow? The secret of 'd:successful'showis to. get the schedules out early-'so that -in tending exhibitors will have tiinme to prepare their exhibits." [It was only last night that the .president of the P..& A.; Association, Mr. R. Moore, J.P., was talking on the same stibject and "Subscriber" can rest assured that he will look after the interest of the Society. " ag. Advance subseriptions to the AGE, y?early and.quarterly, are now due. .

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