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Wireless News [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
Wireless News Owners of wireless apperats hi fature must sot d?lsselaste mes, either by pocting outside thellr Im. mime or in say other ms?m, wlh out the conseat of the hreieeid s compalies sad the FPeemInr . ral. Although prosecutis are set aeo - templated for the time bslg, It wrs stated by Mr. Brown (Postal Dime. tor) yesterday that the Postal Desp meant will have so optieo it the p)r~ tice of posting sportlag news eugis tobceconists' sad other sh?ps Is pew sisted is. With the approach of the eduluiý members of Parliament are taaing lively ltwrest In the state of the lls,! asd complalnmt are bhlg oad S? thouseads of sames apperu m them whieh should set be there, sd the-. sands of names are ent thun wUb should be. It 1is mew es Ie clesae the rolls for um at the ate elections, aecrdlug to the De,.g . meat. See "The Phautonm Heressm " te: aight at the Triumph Pletar s. D~ devil horemaship and heeigg.' mystery. Usual pries.. The eapeaditure at the el s of as Wembler. Blhtbikes lt phr...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
Triumph Pletures TO-NIGHT. A special twostar programme: "Six Cylinder Love," 7000 feet (Ernest Trues; "The Phantom Horseman," £000 feet (Jack Hodle); "Quit Kid din'," comedy; "On the Job," mao key comedy. Prices usual. The State Cabinet has decided to hold a short sesleoa, beginning oe =4th March. The N. Temere legis lation. will aain be debated. Up to the present the Prime Min ister has had no ocial lnformatlio regareig the ri. of the Amerlean saes.
ARGYLE STARR-BOWKETT BALLOT AND SALE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
ARGYLE STARR-DBOWKETT ti BALLOT AND SALE SOCIETY. a' The abovementioned Society held 8 appropriations in Nos. 1, 2 and 3 t Sections at the Council Chambers, r Queanbeyan, on 21st instant. Mr. J. W. Wright, Chairman of Directors, Ii occupied the chair. There was a good attendance of members. Mayor Harris extended a welcome h to the Directors and expressed the mr hope that a large number of new members would result from the visit to Queanbeyan. p Mr. A. ,J. McShane, secretary, de livered an address and explained the rules and objects of the Society. Nnmerous questions were submit ted by the audience and answered satisfactorily by the Secretary. The following are the results of the appropriations: No. 1 section, registered No. 107 was drawn entitling a resident of Goulburn to £250. Sale No. I section, 1' registered No. 77, a resident of Goul burn purchased £.500 at a very low 3 premium. No. 2. section, No. 1 bal- h lot, registered No. 93, was drawn en titling a resident of Bowral to £3...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
·;- !r ·I'I S.odru. ... .S S Annual a S:Reduced Prices Prevail throughout all departments - WE LIST BELOW SOME EXAMP ES: BARRY'S FAMOUS SCOTCH LINOLEUMS, in Beautiful Rage of Pattsers, 6 feet wide, :Wonderful Value.. .... ... .. .. .. SPECIAL SALE PRICE 7/6 Yard JEPFRO GINGHAM in a large range of well-asorted patterns. Our price for this well-known fabric is less than wholesale cost ................ ljd Tared SOMETHING SPECIAL IN BOND'S SILK-TO-KNEE HOSE, in Maple, Champagne, Black and Nude .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. . .. . /I Paer OSMAN'S FAMOUS WHITE TWILL SHEETING, Absolutely Pure Cloth, 80 Inches wide ...... . .. .. .. .. .. . . .. ... .. .. .. . S/III.ITan BEAUTIFUL QUALITY COTTON VOILE, in White, Hello, Lemon, Grey, Pink, Saue and Vieux Rose ... .. .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . . 1/ Yaid 'CHILDREN'S COTTON VESTS, Short Sleeves, All Sizes .... ..... 1/- Each CHILDREN'S COLOURED PLAY APRONS, Nice Range of Colours .. 1/4-each MAiID' WINCYETTE KNICKERS, Trimmed with Lace, Specl...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
Offial Correspondence. Sir Austin Chapman is in:receipt of the following letters from the Post. master-General: " With reference to previous corres pondence relative to representations made by Mr. A. M. Tober, Perth Avenue, Canberra. for the provision of telephone facilities at Perth Avenue, I have to intimate that it is expected the line which is being erected between Canberr-a ard '" Westlake (Perth Avenue) will be completed about 19/2/25. A telephone oice will then be established under the designs tion.' Westlake'." "With reference to previous corres; pondence, I have to inform you that the erection of an additional trunk line between Goulburn and Quesnbe yan has been completed." "I have to -inform you that- the communication dated 6th February, 1925, from Mr Leo O'Neill, Meredith Street, Queanbeyan, on behalf of the workmen at Canberra, requesting that arrangements be made for corres pondence to be delivered by letter carrier to the various camps at Can berra, is receiving atten...
Glenbrook, Woolway, Elam TO BE OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
Glenbrook, Woolway, Elam TO BE OPENED. The Government are opening for settlement purchase three holdings, as above, on 16th to 21st March next, ranging from 451 acres to 1563 acres -17 blocks in all. The Government has decided to open these blocks 50-50 with the immigrants who are settling on the land. Several of these blocks on Glen brook are only two miles from Berri- dale and are good agricultural blocks, and would be useful for dairying. Woolway is about 20O miles from the main Cooma railway, and when they open up the Cooma to Berrlidal line this land will be quite close to the railway. In a few years time these blocks will considerably increase in value. Application forms and Gazette slips and -maps of the country can be ob tained from Cooma and Queanbeyan Land Agents. All applications must go to Cooma before 21st March. Aldermnan Stokes, Lord Mayor of lSydney, was accorded a civic recep I tion at the Qaeanbeyan Couneil Chambers this afterosee. /
DINGOES IN FEDERAL TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
DINGOES IN FEDERAL TERRITORY. Sir Austin Chapman has received the following communication from the Minister for Home and Territories: &nbsp; "I desire to acknowledge the re- &nbsp; ceipt of your letter of the 27th January, forwarding a communication from Mr. Quodling, Cooma Stock Exehange, Cooma, New South Wales, asking that the Commonwealth Government contribute towards the cost of de- stroying native dogs in the vicinity of the Cotter River. As the administra- tion of the Federal Capital Territory has been placed in the hands of the Federal Capital Commission the matter has been referred for the consideration of that body."
Fifth Test Match ENGLAND'S TEAM. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
Fifth Test Match ENGLAND'S TEAM. SSIDNEY, Thuraday. England's team for the fifth test match commenclig In Sydney to-mor row will be: Gilligan, Hobbs, Sut clifte, Woeu4 , Headren, Whysall, Sandham, Hearm , Kllner, Strudwick, Tate, with Freeman as twelft man.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
H. "A. BARRACLOUGH LTD. OPTICIANS, aM George Street, Sydney. arve visited this Town regularly for 30 years. Watch this space, or writs for dabte eo aet rist. ' TO PRESERVE EGGS that will POACH, BOIL or FRY The sly really perfect EEq Preserver is "OVO." In other States it as a household word. It is simple to use and gives results not obtainable from the use of any other prcpara tion. "OVO" STANDS ALONE. Every Storekeeper in the State can obtain supplies for you through any Wholesale Grocery House in Sydney. or Newcastle. PEggs pat away in "OVO" turn out perfect and may be poached, boiled or fried-they will ale) whip-up like new-laids. : "OVO" your Egga now and so secure Winter supplies. Insist upon "OVO." Write for "OVO" ledget to ASSOCIATED BROKERS LTD., 61 Market Street, Sydney. HOME I Do you desire to purchase a home by easy payment? You may do so by Joining the Argyle Starr-Bowkett Ballot and Sale Society, Goalburn. Ballot Loans from £50 to £500 free of interest. You may also sup...
(Published by arrangement.) Sane England [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
(Published by arraugemest.) Sane England " Prohibition of the manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors - ill not pro mote temperance, and social problems are not solved by drastic measures which " destroy the freedom and real temperance of the majority of the people," was the declaration of Lieut Col L.O. Amery, new Secretary foi the Colonies, in a speech at Birmingham outlining the attitude of the Conservat ive Administration toward licensing problems. "The Government and the Conserv ative Party of Great Britain are not in favor of Prohibition, and they are convinced in their attitude by the. ex perience of the United States " These statements were broadcasted throughout US.A., and are re-pro duced here from the New York " Times." " The experience of the United States," continued the Secretary for the Colonies, in his speech. "had shown them that, even if they could rise to the pitch of a national decree, abolishing the production of alcoholic liquors, they did not promote real te...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 26 February 1925
Marriage Bells On Saturday, February 14th, a wedding that created great interest was celebrated at St. Gregory's Church, Queanbeyan, when Miss Mo- nica Read, eldest daughter of Mrs. J. Read of "The Pines," Ainslie, was married to Mr. W. Jackson O'Sulli- van (late pilot, Royal Air Force), son of Mr. P. O'Sullivan, of Paisley, Scot- land. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Haydon. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Tom Read, wore a dainty gown of shell pink brocaded morocan; the court train of pink satin was lined with georgette and trimmed with hand-made flowers of silver tissue. The white tulle veil and wreath of orange blossoms, lent by Mrs. O. Throsby-Young, of Wagga, was arranged mob-cap fashion. The bridal flowers were a beautiful shower bouquet of white sweet peas, daisies, cactus dahlias, pale pink lillies and ferns, with tulle and satin streamers. As the bride entered the church Miss M. Cullen, at the organ, played the Bridal March, and the Wedding M...
CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1925. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Queanbeyan Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1925. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. "* Qucabejan I'arish. Queanbeyan, 8 a.m. H.C., 11 a.m., H.C., ,ant 7.30 p.m. RMVJ.8. J. VEST. Camberra Parih. St. John the Baptist's, Cambsua, R.M.C., 10 a.m. Molonglo Settlement, 7.80 p.m. Giminderra, 3 p.m. Westridg*, 7.30 p.m. REV. .-. G. WARD.
THE MOST PATIENT PEOPLE MUST SHOW ANNOYANCE AT TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
THE MOST PATIENT PEOPLE MUST SHOW ANNOYANCE' AT TIMES. Everybody has their hour of trou ble. But people having any irrita tion of the skin have many hours of trouble. Nothing so annoying; no thing so irritating. It's a hard and trying position. Leave it alone and you can hardly bear it. Relief and cure have come at last. People have put it to the test. Doan's Ointment cures skin disease. People are learn ing that this is so. Here is a case in point: Mr, .J. Tiller, builder, Sharp St., Cooma, says: "For eight years I was troubled with Eczema and spent quite a lot of money trying to get rid of the ailment, but nothing I used can compare with Doan's Oint ment. This remedy is wonderfully soothing and allays the irritation almost at once. I always keep a pot in the house, and would not be without it for anything. I can confl dently recommend Doan's Ointment to anyone suffering from any form of skin disease." Six years later, Mr. Tiller says: "I have still the good opinion of Doan's Ointm...
WHITE AUSTRALIA. As Communists See It. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
WHITE AUSTRALIA. As Comunaists See It. The Communists, who have nominated candidates for Par-I liament at the forthcoming' State elctions, denounce the White Australia policy. Below are given some of their reasons for doing so, as enunciated by various candidates at the Com munist Hall on a recent Sunday night. Note the "logic" of the reasoning. Comrade Mrs. Rickie.-The White Australia policy had a purely economic basis. It was intended to prevent the intro-' duction into Australia of cheap colored labor. Now, by some curious and unexplained eco nomic alcemy, it has become a device of the capitalist to help him exploit the Australian wor ker. To ask a Communist woman Who denounced race barriers if she would marry a Chinaman was absurd. There were thou sands among the Communists who, from that point of view, would be just as abhorrent to the Communist woman as the most hideous Chinese or negro. (The irony of the last remark missed some of the male com rades present.) Comrade Paddy Dr...
Molonglo Settlement [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
Moonglo Settlement c-1 (Irm e sar emrira t.) Ou the 16th February the an nnal general meeting of the Can berra Australian Rules Football league was held in the Acton Hall and delegates from teams present were: Mr. J. H. Tootell, Mr. J. O'Dwyer, and Mr. Buxton, Fed er:l Club; Mr. J. Newman, Mr. P. Mangan, Mr. McClusky, Acton Club; Mr. J. Phelan, Mr. C. Phelan, Mr. -J.. Brill, Canberra Club. The following office-bearers were elected for the season of 1925: President, Mr. J. J. Dillon; Vice-Presidents, Mems. F. W. Carall- and P. Douglas; Secre tary, Mr. J. M. Orr; Treasurer, Mr. Feelian. The Secretary's report on last season's transactions was very at isfactory and dealt mainly with the uphill fight which the league had gone through. From a finan icl point of view the season ended ery well. It was decided that this League gaiu affiliate with the Sydney League for the ensuing season, nd that an invitation be sent to the North Sydney Club to visit Canberra at an early date. Should ' his ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
PRICE REDUCTIONS Effective March 2, 1925 Many improvements have been added to the Ford Universal Touring Car and it is now virtually a De. Luxe Model at a Universal`price. The body is painted a very pleasing color and the one man hoodh is of the "Gypsy.. Type."' -The tyre-carrier is now fitted at: rear, of body and equipment also. includes Nickel-plated Wind Screen, Standards and 'Frames, Nickel-plated Radiator Shell, Head Lamp Rims and Hood Clamps, Brewster Fasteners and Curtains. StiIll?aBetter Price. Still a Betterh Ford. UNIVERSAL 5-SEATER TOURING CAR FITTED, WITH ELECTRIC STARTER AND DUAL IGNITION £192 10. 0 FO9D ONE-TON TRUCK CHASSIS £155 0 0 FORD ONE-TON TRUCK STANDARD BODY £185 0 0 F.O.R. SYDNEY. FOR: SALES: AND: SERVICE CONSULT YOUR ?LOCAL AUTHORISED FORD DEALER: N MOO RE ByO.O Buid with Bwral Bricks Aid Give Your Town a Modern Appearance These Bricks are - the 8 me Grade and Quality as a e used i the The slight extra cost th:rough trainage is bal anced by the Saving in Bui...
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
RIFLE SHOOTING The competition for the Freebody Guinea was continued on Sunday by members of the Queanbeyan Rifle Club. Conditions were eight shots ,at 600 yards, the winners of. the usual cash prizes being F. Nicholls and E. Holloway. Scores: 600yds Hdp. TI. F. Nicholls .... 32' 5 37 E. Holloway .... 31 5 36 A. Johnston . .. 35 '1- 36 G. V. Hately ... 35 'se 35 J. Callaghan .. 27 .5 32 The following shooters will com prise the Queanbeyan "B"'grade team which is to shoot at Gundaroo next Sunday, 8th instant: J. Callaghan, F. Nicholls, E. Southwell, E. Walsh, E. Holloway, L. McLeod, V. H. South well, Bert. Gregory, W. Blundell and Watkins, with J. Charlton and, A. Groves as coaches. The team is re quested to meet in front of St. Gre. gory's Hall at 9 a.m.\ Any of the above shooters unable' to make tha trip should n~otify the Secretary at once.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
THE LAND AGENTS, QUEANBEYAN Wish to announce that they are able to supply HOME SErKERS with the 'Best Building Sites in Queanheyan, on the Easiest Terms.- They have Shops in Monaro Street, Allotments in Crawford Street and in all principal Estates, viz., Killard, Karabar, Langdene, Moriarty, Railway Heights; Canberra Freeholds, Hayes No. 2, etc.,. They also offer New Cottages for Sale, either for Cash or Terms, in the best localities,' at £550, £560, £575, up to £800. The firm will be glad to meet yopu and give you every information. HARRIS CO. Thle Laanct .A&geztis QUEANBEYAN. SW. B. BROADBENT Stock, Station & General Commission Agent Queanbeyan . 'Phone 20 " S.. AGENCIES: ESSEX AND HUDSON MOTOR CARS Cooper's Sheep: Dip, Cooper Engineering Co. Ltd. Prophylatic 'Lick, ,London and Lanicashire Insurance Co. Ltd., Dangar, Gedye & Co. Ltd. (Machinery and Station Supplies) Commonwealth 6 per cent. Loan for States £5,400,000 INTEREST 6 PER CENT. i PRICE OF ISSUE £9...
Cricket THE MOORE SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
Cricket THE MOORE SHIELD. 'The match played on Sunday between Queanbeyan (holders) and Railway C.C, for the Moore Shield resulted in a win for Queanbeyan by 27 runs. The scores are as follow: Railway C.C. First Innings. Stephens, lbw, b Calthorpe 17 F. Kearney, c Lindbeck, b Byrnes .. . . . 9 V. Martin, how, b Calthorpe 12 V. Keeffe, b Byrnes .. .. 0 W. Hobson, b Hurley .... 8 Davis, c Carnall, b Byrnes 23 *R. Cook, b Byrnes ...... 0 H. McJannett, c Gribble, b Byrnes ... . .. .. H. Bard, b Byrnes .. ..... 1 Marsh, b Byrne ...... ..0 F. Meaney, not out ...... 5 Sundries .... . .... 8 Total .... ... .83 Second Innings. Kearney, lbw, b Byrnes .. 0 Keeffe, b Hurley.. . .. 11 Stephens, c Sender, b Hurley 3 Bard, b Hurley........ 0 Martin, c Gibbs, b Hurley.. 20 Hobson, c Saba, b Hurley 0 Meaney, c and b Byrnes.. 1 Davis, not out . ... . . 11 Cook, b Byrnes.... .. .. O0 Marsh, run out.. ... .. 5 McJannett, c Saba ..... .. 2 Sundries .. .. .. .. 4 Total.......... 57 Queanbeyan. First Innin...