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Latest War News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Latest War News. An aerial attack was made on Yar mouth on Tuesday night. Sherring ham, King's Lynn, Sandringham, Snettisham, and Dersingham were ,also visited. The King had left San dringham early in the afternoon. The bulk of the damage was caused to private houses. A man and a boy were killed, and' several others injured, but the full result ot the attack is not yet known. Many houses at King's Lynn were damaged, doors wrenched from their hinges, windows broken, furniture scattered, and fragments of masonry hurled several hundred yards. There are conflicting reports as to whether the raiding aircraft were Zeppelihns or aeroplanes. The-au thorities are positive that they were earoplanes. The Zeppelin raid has caused the wildest delight in Germany. It is said to be the forerunner of a cam paign of airship raids. Apparently, as far as can -be as certained, at least seven deaths and twenty cases of injury occurred as the result ot the raid on England. No bombs were dropped oni the'Ro...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
NEWS AND NOTES. ANNUAL hospital meeting at the School of Arts this afternoon. During the year 230 patients were treated at the local hospital. On some days the institution was overtaxed for accommodation, and on several occasions beds had to be placed in the Board room. Three volunteers for the war from Queanbeyan this week are Messrs. Shaw. Griffiths and Wilson. Following the heat wave of the last few days a cold snap set in- yes terday. Showers of sleet, rain and hail fell. 'Tis said the cement works at the White Rocks are to be closed down. Another pack of cards fallen. We hear that several weddings are sho' tly to take place locally. War drought, heat, and other:-trials evi. dently do not deter the artful Cupid. Tuesday's issue of the AGE will be published earlyoun that day. Adver tisers and correspondents will greatly oblige us by forwarding their favours as early as possible. The benefits of wire-netting as a check on rabbits is apparent on the Lanyon and Tuggranong estates. W...
PREMIERSHIP LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
PREMIERSHIP LIST. ? - Matcheus.? Points.-., 0 Alnulie 6 5 0, 1 12 11. Brickk:Bati 4 6 4 1 12 8 Queaxibeyan :.:6'. 68 -1??6 8 1 12 7 PowerHouse 6 '2 4 1 12 4 -Dantroon 6 6 2' 4 1 12 4 Canberra ..6' 0 6"" I',2 0 DrawniGames, Ainslel 1, Queanbeyan 1. On Tuesday next the - Ainslie club are go ing .to play a :Cooma team at that, place. The Ainslieteam will be selected from the following:--Ayrton, -Brown, Borebam, A. Curran, Douglas, Edwards; Green, M. South? Wll, Jackson, Landon. Middlecoat, J. Reid; F. Southwell, E; Shumack, Willis."
Germany's Military. SECRET OF IT'S STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 22 January 1915
Germany's Military. SECRET OF IT'S STRENGTH. A recent chlIegram told .us that "'during the last'few weeks fourmi lion Russian s.oldiers have passed through Warsaw for the front." Ac cording to. the; official reports is sued at Petrograd, the Czar has eight millions of soldiers converging on the borders of Austria and Germany. France has three millions on the western stage of war, the British force will soon be a million strong, with another .million looming be hind., So'ltogether the Alligs have at least nipe millions of men-already exercising pressure on the German force's, for Austria has ceased to be a very potent factor, and the whole object of the Allies is now to smash Gerlnany,:.- By the middle of 1915 there will be the weight of- 14,000,000. coldiers. pressing the breath out of Germany. But the amazing fact remains that. after five mohths of desperate fight ing Germany is still clear of inva sion. German armies are still in France; they: hold Belgium. in an iron grip, and Ru...
Preserve your Sight. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
Preserve; your -Sight. The eyesight is the most precious of gifts Impaired or defective eyesight is a serious matter. To need glasses and not to get them is risking health. To get glasses that are not perfectly adjusted antl fitted, is to make a bad natter worse. By special training and years of experience, we can give you glasses that precisely fits your needs. Residents of this district should not lose the oppc rtunity of consulting Sydney's leading Opticians, ERNEST BOSCH, of 14 Martin Place, Sydney.
Triumph Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
Triiiiipl Pictures. Lucille Love, series No. 11 Is the attrac. tion at the above theatre to-night. A special star feature will be found in a Girl trom the Under World. The guinea com. petition which started on Saturday night will be drawn to-night. Miss Mair, whose song was so well appreciated on Saturday night will render "The Holy City." The Band will be in attendance. The manage. announce big attractions for Thursday night next.
Latest War News. Naval Action. GERMAN CRUISER SUNK. TWO BADLY DAMAGED. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
Latest War News. Naval Action. GERMAN CRUISER SUNK. TWO BADLY DAMAGED. London, Sunday. REAR Admiral Beatty's squadron sighted four German battle cruisers and a number of destroyers making towards England. The Germans fled and a running fight took place. The German cruiser Blucher was sunk and two battle cruisers seriously damaged. There were no British losses. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Later. The fight began at half-past nine between the British battle-cruisers Lion, Tiger, Princess Royal, New Zealand, and Indomitable, and the German battle-cruisers Derffinger, Seydlitz and Moltlke, and the arm. oured cruiser Blucher. The latter capsized at one o'clock. The remainder of the German boats, including those crippled, reached the security of the mine area. The British casualties numbered eleven wounded aboard;H.M.S. Lion. One hundred and twenty-three of the Blucher's crew were rescued.
Australians in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
Australians in Egypt. INq striking contrast to the extraordin ary picture painted by_ the Cairo dip lomast inl the.Gertmau press regarding the Australiansii Egypt is a simple story told by :ad Australian officer in aletter- to his parents in Sydney re ceived by Wednesday's mail., Hiss version of life in Egypt is as follows : " The season (Cairo),is quite flat and the' -hotels are taking officers and their wives at less than half rates." The Continental Hotel will put them up. for so/. a day. There are thou sands of Territorials, Yeomanry, etc. The city'is fhll of-soldiers each night: They are a well behaved lot, on the whole, aid they need be, as these natives are blighters of the. first wvater."
Your Income Tax Return. OFFICIAL STATEMENT. TATT'S SWEEPS IMMUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
jour Iucorme Tax Return. OFFICIAL STATEMENT. TATT'S SWEEPS IMMUNE. CosxeursaA?L doubt exists as to who should furnish income tax returns and who should not. We have received shoals of letters at this office asking for advice. The majority of them can be covered by the following de. finite and official advice from Mr. W. Ii. Whiddon, the Commissioner for Taxation, who yesterday issued the following state ment . " Every man or woman receiving a'salary of £200 and in excess of that amount must furnish an income tax return, and on the other hand, no person in receipt of a salary less than £200 need furnish any return at all unless such a return be specially asked for by the Commissioners of Taxation. "This same general rule applies to incomes derived from investments in property or shares. No person receiving an income of less than £200 from property or from shares need put in a return. " Every person engaged in business most. furnish a return despite the income they might derive from t...
Government Savings Bank. DEPOSITORS' INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
?overi.llieit Savings', lBank. DEPOSITORS' INTEREST. met:1av''ngs ?i a?- wish to: bring, utlder, notice that the Savings-Bank Amendigg act, passed in 19r3; altered the close of the bank's financial year to 3oth June, and interest is therefore not now added-to accounts in Decem ber. Depositors who have not already had interest -to June last added in their pass.boAks should forward them in order that same may be inserted therein.:- Some misunderstanding has arisen among a section of the deposi tors, who have obtained the impres sion, 'through their interest not hav itig been added in December, that the payment :is deferred. They have oveIlooked the fact that interest for six months was added to their books on IstJJuly last in addition to that added on the' previous3 tst December. All depositors havehad their accounts 'credited to,3oth June last, aud:will in future obtain affull:yeir's interest. on the ist Julf of each year.. .
Gift Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
Gift Smdualy. . hospital will be held,'in the Church of England, on Sunday ,next. The Rector, the Rev. Gordon -H. Iirit, desires to say that he will be glad-to receive, gifts of groceries, vegetables, fruit, linen,? or aniythinga else .useful to the ,hospital. The gifts- will hbe presented in the church on - the iSun day and, will be foiwarded :to :the hospital on .the following day . All donations will be gratefully'acknow ledged. . .
Removal. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
Heloval. MR. D. CHOPPING, of the ,teaching staff of the- Queanbeyan Superior Public School, has been removed sto Tombong, near Delegate. He will be greatly.missed by-tlie boys attending the school as :e at'all times studied their interestsaund .was -ever. keen -in seeing, that they took. part in healthy recreation and sports. He carries away with him the- lest of good wisheslof a host of numerous Quean beyau and district friends.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
UPOWERFUL, EFFECTIVE READY! Hayes & Russell, Limited, " Where the Good Values Are," Queanbeyan, ONCE AGAIN ANNOUNCE THEIR GREAT DISC UNT SALE AND THEIR MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITIES. THIS TIME : SPECIAL DISCOUNT SALE. We are ready and fight 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 will be offered to our customers, waho will also receive a Special Discount. Therefore enormous savings are to be obtainedhby paying the establishnimnt of HAYEs_ & RUSSELL, LTD., a visit. TAThCHI FOR SPJ'CIAL WIND 0W DISFLA Y S. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! Ladies, Rememembei-Special Lines at Discount Sale Prices. You know what this means. ,T'Fr: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 Figutes, off which will be taken our SP...
THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 January 1915
THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD. The prophet David wrote this psalm concerning himself. 'We note in Psalm 25-14, he says: " The secret of the Lord is with them that fear -(reverence) Him, and He will show them His covenant." So we will con clude he was aware of Jehovah's statement as recorded in Gen. 3 15: " And I Will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head and tTiou shalt bruise his heel." Thus the first ray of hope to the fallen race was centuries afterwardp confirmed to Abraham by a wonderful unconditional oath-bound covenant made by. Jehovah with Abraham that in his seed all the families of the earth would be blessed. David, as one of Abraham's seed, felt .that in some way he would be identi 'fled with the fulfilment of this prom ise. Still David surely recognised that the time for the fulfilment of this promise was not yet, and perhaps he had noticed the relentless enmity Satan had always shown to the seed of Abrahani, through...