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Warrigal Football Club ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
Wamgal Football Club ANNUAL MEETING.. The annual meeting of the Warrigal Football . Club was held in the training room last Tuesday night. Mr. Ancel Johnston pre sided and there was an atten dance of twentyeight members. Apologies for absence were received from the Mayor and others. The annual report was real by the president and adopted. ANNUAL REPORT. In submitting the annual re port for the season 1924 one must naturally regret that the season was not more success ful both financially and other wise. Although in the early part of the season the team appear ed to have an excellent chance of going through with an un beaten record, towards the end the combination and dash ap peared to have disappeared and conseqiuently several mat ches were lost. During the season Mr. H. H. Stephenson was engaged as playing coach but although the venture cost the Club close on £100, the move was not a very successful one; for this, the players-or some of the players--may be regarded as contributing ...
WOOL AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
WOOL AUCTIONS Pitt, Son & Badgery Ltd. re port: The whole of the trade is' marking time, awaiting the resumption of the 'next series of sales, which is listed to com mence on March 9. Meanwhile no business of moment is pass ing. Considerable interest will be centred in the opening sales, as evidence will be looked for of the effect the diminution in offerings will have upon the market. The financial position in regard to exchange facilities offers no difficulties, and it is to be hoped that a material strengthening of the demand will be experienced. We will submit a catalogue of 4647 bales on March 9, and our sec ond sale in March will be held on the 18th prox., when 4513 bales will be listed.
BRAIDWOOD SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
BRAIDWOOD SHOW. Braidwood P., A. & H. Asso ciation is the.oldest show soci ety in the Southern Tablelands district, having been establish ed in 1875. The annual show held this week celebrated the jubilee of the association and was a great success in every respect. In the poultry section Geoff. Harrigan of Queanbeyan won first prizes for Black Or pington Cock and Langshan Cock.
CRICKET COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
CRICKET COMMENTS. Authorities, reviewing the series of cricket matches which have ended so sensationally for Australia, say that in spite of successes there are several matters that require the urgent attention of our men if they are to iretain their superiority. .Collins' captaincy has been the one outstanding feature. Every captain has to bear ab surd run outs, and weaknesses in the field want to be remed ied. ENGLISH PRESS OPINIONS. The English papers agree that England's failure in such huge struggles has been almost glorious._ Heartiest congratulations are due to the Australians for their triumph of consistency. Their last victory leaves no doubt as to their superiority on their own wickets. Grimmett is probably the bowler for whom Australia has been searching. FUND OPENED FOR GRIM METT. An Adelaide message states that in recognition of his won derful performance a fund has been opened there for bowler Grimmett.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
DEATH. GREGORY. —March 4, at Queanbeyan Hospital, Sydney John, dearly loved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gregory, Kambah, aged 1 year and 7 months. GREGORY —March 4, at Queanbeyan Hospital, Sydney John, dearly loved grandson of Mr. and Mrs. G. Pitcher, of Eastlake, and nephew of Sydney and Gladys Pitcher, of Surveyor Street, Queanbeyan.
The New Wills-Knight [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
The New Wills-Knight The new Willys-Knight cer tainly deserves its remarkable increase in popularity lately. This car, which is one of the best-known makes in America, is now on the Australian mar ket and incorporates one of the most remarkable inventions of recent years--the Lanchester Harmonic Balancer. This de vice has created a great deal of interest in motoring circles throughout the world. It has been the aim of numerous en gineers for many years to eli minate the objectionable vibra tion which is prevalent in most four-cylinder cars, but it was left to the master mind of Dr. F. W. Lanchester, F.R.S., to perfect the device which now bears his name. All who ride in a Willy-Knight fitted with Lanchester Balancer and Bal loon tyres, testify to the won derful smoothness of running at all speeds. No other American car can be fitted with the Lanchester Balancer-the exclusive rights for America having been se cured by John N. Willys. The distinctive lines of the new Willys-Knight is ...
MOTOR NOTES The Motor Tourist's Outfit "GADGETS" WHICH HE MAY MAKE AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
M OTOR TE& t The Motor Tourist's Outfit "GADGETS": WHICH HE - MAY MAKE AT HOME. 'To see many of the tourist' parties which: one meets with in the.. country during holiday f time, is to realise that very few motorists fully realise how to i equip their cars economically, I so that the paraphernalia inci dental to the holiday excursion may be carried conveniently i and securely. The ordinary I equipment of the 'car, such as storage battery, tools, side cur tains and so on, invariably have proper storage place#, but too often' the picnic outfit cramps the rear seat passengers and I incidentally bangs about "all 1 over, the place" as soon as any rough roads are met with. 1 Carriage of Water. Although in most cases the tourist will choose a spot where good drinking water is to be had, it is nevertheless wise to carry water on the car, and for i this, purpose nothing, is better than the time honored, canvas water-bag. This may be slung' either at the rear or front of the car, but ...
Every Lady must read this [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
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Queanbeyan - Canberra Advocate. Incorporating the "Queanbeyan Leader." THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1925. LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
OueanlibetVal, .Ja.trr Incorporating the "Queanbeyan Leader." THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1925: LOCAL' AND GENERAL A few light showers of rain fell in Queanbeyan on Tues , day night, giving a registra tion of x5 points. Michelago had 21, Bungendore 24. On 13th March at West ridge a grand social' will be held in aid of the Refresh ment Stall at the forthcoming bazaar in St. Gregory's Hall. A huge pine tree which for years has .graced the Court House yard at Queanbeyan has been removed. It was * cut down on Tuesday and.al -imost blocked Lowe Street near the Post Office. Rev. Thomas Morgan, Superintendant of Home Mis sions will be the preacher; at next Sababth> evening's ser vice at St. Stephen's Presby terian Church. The' sooner the garbage service is 'extended to the whole of the municipality the better it will be for the town. There will then be no excuse for the dumping of 'rubbish about-indiscriminately. Just recently a bag of rotten bones and meat and a kerosene tin full of the same ob...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
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