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Local Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
Local Directory. M.H.R. for Eden - Monaro. Hon. Austin Chapman. M's.L.A. for Goulburn.-Mes srs. J. Bailey, T. F. Rutledge and J. A. Perkins. police Magistrate.-Mr. M. H. Cleeve, visits from Bega. Queanbeyan Justices of the Peace.-G. F. DeSalis, John Gale, P. Blackall, C. F. Wal 'ker,' F. P. Woodward, S. J. Southwell, John McLaugh lin, J. Keeffe, E. J. Walsh, F. Smith, A. H. Nevell, C. T. Campbell, C. W. Southwell, W. O. Russell, A. H. Collett, G. A. McInnes, J. Murlay, W. J. Darmody, T. Franklin, P. J. Sheedy, D. ,Christie, G. O'Hanlon, W. J. Knights, E. A. Angove, A. Lazarus, W. P. Bluett, J. G. Harris, C. A. Leslie, J. Deans. Summons and Small Debts Court on the 'third Tuesday after the third Monday in each month. Bungendore Justices of the Peace.-J. J. McJannett, H. Osborne, T. Flannagan, F. S.r Falconer, G. E. Curtis, T. F. Rutledge, F. G. Leahy. Summons and Small Debts Court third Monday in each month. Gundaroo Justices of the Peace.-J. W. Affleck, J. B. N. Osborne, J. Ireland....
Canberra A.R.C. Race Meeting. Wonderfully Successful. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
Canberra A.R.C.Race' Meeting. Wonderfully Successful. Last Saturday witnessed the first registered race meet ing held at Canberra and in every respect it was a marked success. The attendance was splendid and the ;number, about a thousand,; constitutes a district record, The fields were large and the racing good, the programme being disposed of without a hitch of any kind. The officials had worked hard Ito have the rac ing appointments on the course in proper style and are' to be congratulated 'on the outcome of their efforts." Mr P. Reed was the Stipendiary: Steward in control. Conse quent upon the success of the nieeting the public is lookinig forward:to further meetings. "Following` are the results: Opening Handicap, 6 furlongs. J. Chalker's Plain Bill, 10.2 (Wallis) .. .. .. .. 1 W. Stephen's Jack Stitch, 9.2 (Nelligan) .. .. 2 Other starters: Burri King, Cool Ray, Peach Pie, Kenbar, Ginger Willie, Winlark, Lady Humphries, and Master Chat. Plain Bill's starting price was 2 to 1, ...
ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
ENGAGEMENT. The engagement is announ- ced of Miss Clara Eileen Smith, eldest daughter of Mrs. Smith and the late Mr. Francis E. Smith of Williamsdale, to Mr. Vivian Vincent McDonald, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- chibald McDonald, Royalla. Coming to Triumph Pic- tures, Tuesday, March 17th, " One Week of Love." Watch for further particulars. A social evening in aid of the Queanbeyan Methodist Choir funds will be held in the School all next Thursday at 8 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
' QUEANBEYAN A.R.C. RACING CLUB Under auspices of P. & A. Association SATURDAY, 14th MARCH Queanbeyan Racecourse, First Race at 12.30 p.m. £100 PRIZE MONEY £100 SIX EVENTS ENTRIES CLOSE MARCH 7th. W. E. OLDFIELD, Secretary. MISS McINTYRE Specialist in Ladies' and Children's Wear. SPI"'IAIB FOR THIS WEEK: SOMETHING QUITE NEW IN KNITTED WOOLLEN JUMPER SUITS AND COSTUMES. Unique Colourings. Only one of each design. BOND'S FAMOUS HOSIERY, unsur passed for Good Appearance and Hard Wear. EVERYTHING FOR BABY MISS McINTYRE Crawford Street, Queanbeyan. (opp. Triumph Hall). UN Uf CLUB StORES (Just over thle Bridge) V., J. SACAGIO General Grocers AND Produce IMerchants ALL BEST BRANDS OF GOODS STOCKED )rders Called For and Promptly Delivered i 'Phone 125. HORSE SALE. 3 W. E. OLDFIELD & SON - will sell by Public Auction at the SHOW GROUND YARDS ( SATURP Y, 7th MARCH, at 2 p.m. 100 HEAD HIGH-CLASS HORSES including 30 head from John Bradley, Esq., Tumbarumba; 20 head on a/c Frankl...
Diggers Fight to Repatriate Themselves WEAVING OF ANZAC TWEED TO BE CARRIED ON [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 5 March 1925
Diggers Fight to Re patriate themselves &nbsp; WEAVING OF ANZAC TWEED TO BE CARRIED ON When the work of repatri. ation was begun by the. Vic orian State War Council in 1915, returned disabled sol diers were instructed in the art of hand weaving. Looms were built and yarn was pro cured from the Commonwealth Woollen Mills, Geelong. In - few months the sol diers became expert weavers and the quality of their work was such that, the tweeds pro duced by them had a ready sale at good prices. These were the first of the Anzac Tweeds which have since be come famous throughout Aus tralia and are not unknown abroad. When the work of repatri ation was taken over by the Commonwealth Department of Repatriation, it was thought that hand weaving would not survive competition, with the power looms and an attempt was made to close down the industry. A strenuous campaign, how. ever, resulted in the soldier weavers being allowed to go on -under, the control of the Returned Sailors and Soldier ...
MOTORING TRIALS OF THE OLD DAYS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
MOTORING TRIALS OF THE OLD DAYS Motor owning at the dawn of the present century was no unmixed pleasure, and those hardy early mo torists who first braved public pre judice and mechanical fickleness, cer •tainly earned every mile of enjoyment which they occasionally were blessed with, when their one and two "lung ers" consented to work without fal tering. The motor:?ts of those times had no friendly garages spread out along the road, and many of them have re corded how when they were baffled by some obscure mechanical trouble, they had to search for hours before they could unearth a mechanic from the recesses of some workshop in a back lane of doubtful repute. Igni tion, which throughout the age of motoring has remained, one of those details most likely to give trouble, was a veritable curse on the earliest models. When a platinum tube heat ed by a small lamp was the rule, end less worries prevailed. The lamp would not burn steadily in a high wind, and the heated' platinum tube woul...
MOTOR NOTES RACERS OF TO-DAY MODERN DESIGN INDICATIVE OF PRESENT HIGH EFFICIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
RACERS OF TO DAY: MODERN DESIGN INDICATIVE 1OF ,'PRESENT HIGH EFFICIENCY. IF any tangible proof were needed of the wonderful advances which have been made in perfecting the design of the modern car, and equip ping it with pan engine that is both efficient and economical, we have only to examine racing models of to-day in comparison with their predecessors of ten or fifteen years ago. The time when race track cars had engines with cubic capacities as high as 600 cubic, inches, is well within the lively recollection of many of the old hands, whilst even a year or two ago the limit of cubic capacity on entrants in the classic track and road race fixtures was considerably higher than it is to-day. Now the.rule is 122 cubic inches, or in Continental events 2000 cubic centimetres, which is approximately the same. All cars competing' in such famous contests as the 500 miles race at Indianapolis or the equally well known Grand Prix of Europe have this limitof" engine capacity imposed upon t...
Concert for Convent Stall [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
Concert for Convent Stall The concert promoted by Mr. Jas. Moran, in aid of the Convent Stall at the forthcoming Bazaar took place in St. Gregory's Hall on Tuesday evening. There was a good attend ance, and the following artists con tributed to the programme: Ryan Orchestra, Messrs. Ron. O'Brien (piano), S. J. Ryan (violin), and J. Burn (cornet); Messrs. T. Mur phy, A. Beasley, J. Burn, P. Long, E. Angove, Mrs. E. Greenwood, and the Misses Hardy, Keetfe, and Parker contributed songs; Mrs. V. Williams and Mr. E. Taylor, mandolin duets: Mr. R. O'Brien, pianoforte selection; and Mr. and Miss Morrison gave an exhibition of Irish jigs. Every per former had to respond to an encore
Cricket TUGGRANONG "A" v. MICHELAGO [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
TUGORQa&gM "A" v. ýamIL O Ia Ms asst abl- Mlatlge - babey, It Marts Taepaams "A" emsai? a wls td H ra as tlhe IMs ikab. ash e ii laesi 18 :.. The sasms wre: TUGGRAONa "A- i sis. r. Mlss, b W. ?ls ... .... S J. . Meae. I hi Ceaw, b Cel. r~s.. .... .. .... J. Oaes, a Gallu?, b Cal . ,r . Gslghser, ilbw, b W. bs ... . m. J. Marnl~ , T. Law?r, J. DBaltie Kelry, b el. larsIe 31 J. Mrhlssm (Reallis), b Cel.yrls 80 l?Iry, b W. Glte .. .. ... ... ! Lesa, a Gauea, b.W. Gahs ...... 1 J. Marrlsa (sam.). eot out .. 4 r~ncisom, b W. c sw ...... ..,.. O H,'rrls, b W. Gibs .... .... ... .. 0 H. Oui. w. G.bs . . .... , TOsIs l. N.. .... ..., N. BewImsk: W. Otis, lire S,; Ca. l rk, 4 lr i8; T. hiI., lr 10: Z. MterTam, I tar 15; Tas. Lawlir, O far 4, Liweruy, ab T. Ei, a - er .. .. .. .. ... . .. 10 Edlausa, at. ?LCae, b Cal. 7de 31 011M, It. CaE.s, b COL aLrrs 1 J. Meres sa, a. e KellUy, b W. Gi s .. . . .... . . ..:... Harri?, e Iry, b W. Gobs ... s U. Ghllghbr, b Lawve .. ... . U P. Msea m...
BUNGENDORE v. QUEANBEYAN B [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
BUNGBNDORU v. QUUANUUYAN 3 Last Suandy B3..eumdg. welly dfeated Qlueabsyam "5" team b 127 rues. ISion: BUNGUUSDORU B. WasOOdi, b MlIds .. ..:. 11 J.Locke, b ebbg .. .. ....~, I W. Homlgsa, lbw, b id s.... $ J MccYe, b Upton...", y,", ,.., ." ". i H. XtI, b prlms.. "....:..., I C. McKlepbfr:fl . .. ... ..". I1 61 IL Lee, b Adridge to, w .., 12 X. Matthews, b .lam :.:. .... . S IL Le, ft ut . 1 . . 4 ." ".. .. " ,.. 1 .ISum" ,u... ,., a " . I.«1 TStairt..: .. .., ... *.. .." 120 QUNANDUTA1S U3B B. Lhptg, c Mce, b . skis B. Dudley bR. Mech........ R. Laptop, c 1. MeKle, b H. MYiCI 1I Sebbeas, c Hourigam, b J. Mc~ie 10 W. Daniels, c H. Hymns, b 1. Mabs 2 Aldrlige, c Woodfeld, b IL Mdrls 16 A.Laec LAS, b .I) J.. ..24 MCKRmss, aW. L..,hu.MmgYet 3 Stepbens, b J. Lae .* *. I Harley, a Mtes, b 5. Laste ". Tsae c am *f .,..t .4 30 O6 b0 04 0ts... ...t . . ...., 7 7
Agricultural Bureau Lecture [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
Agricultural Bureau Lecture Mr. C. Crane, organiser of the Ag ricultural Bureau Section of the Department, will lecture to farmers, orchardists, grasiers, and all Inter eted in the land at the Cooell Chambers, Queanbeyan, on Monday next at 4 p.m.. The Queanbeyan Branch of the Bureau, which the P. and A. Association has endorsed, will be formed. The value of a bureau in this district is of the highest im portance; its connection with the ' Department will enable the members I to obtain advice from the Govern l meat experts on any matter concern I ing their industry. Nearly every Sother district In the State is organised r in this direction and Quemabe~as I should net be behind. Mr. Crane e will be glad to give every informatles Swher required. He Is an excellent Sspe?ter anad the room should be
MARULAN v. GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
MARULAN v. GUNDAROO. One of the most important cricket matches ever played at Gundaroo took place in the park last Sunday, when Marrlan Pirst Eleven met and defeated a combined team coasistlag of Gandaroo and Alaslie, by 132 runs on the list inlMaga The principal scorers for the com bined team were Keith Lees (41), James AlLcin (43). and Jack Clem enag '(23). The bowling of James Alehi for his side was most credit abl,. He took lre wickets for 47 ruas. For Maralam the bowling of N. Guthrie and Ie Sieler was vtw dly. The visitors were trested to din ner in the Gaundreo Hall sad too muek praise cannot he iven the ladles who atted t to their wants. Mrs. A. Lees, Mrs. Bert eoLt. Mrs. . Booeth, and m f Mary ersga wer il charge. FollbUowiag are th. e ere: GUNDA0OO. J. Clemeage, b N. Guthrie. .... 23 H. Dyee, c L. SIier, b A. S1ler 18 W. MalIoe, b N. athe. .... E. Malouey, c L. Siler, b (Othrils S. Dm. c C. lelet, b L. Ieler I K. Ies, e C. Peldham, LI?er 41. L. Malomen, b L. hler... ..... ...
Invalid Bed Car. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
Invald Bed Car. Mr. 0. G. Johnston, the inventor and proprietor of the Invalid Car Bed, on Tuesday drove his ear, made up as an invalid bed out to the Federal Territory and showed it to Dr. Edwards and Dr. Dodson, who, after getting into the car and trying the bed, expressed their approval of its on doubted'suitability for the carrying in comfort of sick and injured people. Mr. Johnston was fortunate in being able to show his bed-car to Chief Commissioner Butteri, who, after seeing it expressed his approval as to its suitability for the carrying in comfort of the sick and injured. Mr. Johnston wishes us to say that should occasion arise he is ready to go out and bring in any one requiring the services of his invalid bed-car, the hire charge of which is 2/6 a mile, from which 2d per mile is donated by Mr. Johnston 'to the Queanbeyan Hospital, and as this is subsidised by another 2d per mile from the Go vernment the Hospital will get addi tional revenue. Mr. Johnston will be found at ...
Inter-District Cricket QUEANBEYAN DEFEATS UNITEDS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
Q9UrArBZYA DWrZAT uNITDas ThM Qeuembeye orlebel~ee 0 to Yam e Selds repele the " Cor-. er " sat ptisl t Umitlld is Vle. Loris Park. The was large s eedaas smd greatlerest twa akos Ia oe play. Q esb bl tted res, s ed onrel 141. W. Ielay played IsN Imslgep for 1i, and Csrail made n I good style. P. On~s bowled eplemlldly, ekmleg I wihebe. for 5o. steIsl made 1I. H. Bridge played Im ils i be fort, givrlg a Ise exhibi ties efeas, free balmer. Shlmeek was sbmpleg well whem be was stmed. P. Grs played as a rses. io istep for 3 Thel Qlstbervn bowlieg sad lelida wum gOl, whlest Carmall ept the wibela brilliamt style. It was a test owat hib dle. rlty. The tel4ed of Ie Umit~s failed badly with e bet. Meesre. Joeb Dty sad OGas lrry made in prtial m.pirms. The beses were: ' QUlANIITA1 J. emsd, a*Taylor, b Prllm ... t1 Cnarmal, a gre ... ... ... G D. Agrem, b Orse ... ... ... 8 W. PIdls, b Grmas ... ... I A. Moore, b Prausem... ... ... 0 W. 0ibes, s Prves b OGyse ... 0 W. Erle,, b rdge ... ........
NEXT SUNDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
NEIT SUNDAY'S MAITCHES. The players selected to represent Tuggranoag in Its matche? agaist Bungedre uad Qeeabeyan "B" on Shnday nat, are a follows: Taggranong "A".-J. Balfour, P. Gallagher, S. Gallagher, R. Harris, J. P. Heaton, W. Harley, J. McGee, A. B. Moore, E. J. Morrison, L. W. Ryan, J. Morrison (Royalsa), and M. Tuggranong "B".-P. Byrne, A. Cunningham, J. T. Edlnluton, G. B. Lowery, G. McCallum, F. McGee, B. Maclean, C. Morrison, J. Morrison. ea., H. T. OldSold, W. O'Grady, with 8. Cleary, H. Blewitt, and Mar tin as emergelee. The match against Bungedore will be played at Bungeadore and commences at 10.30, and that ag aiast Queaberu at Taggra?pog at 11 a.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
ABRAHAMS VALUES IN BOYS' WEAR that are Unsurpassed BOYS' ALL WOOL GOLF HOSE in Black only. 81sizes to St 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 boot. Our Price . .. .. . S/ii pair BOYS' ALL WOOL GOLF HOSE, Superior English Make in Black and Two shades of Heather. All Sizes .. /I pair ' STRONG OXFORD SHIRTS in all Sizes. A Splendid Wearer .. .... 8/11 BOYS' STRONG STRIPED GALATEA SHIRT WAISTS 4/s BOYS' KHAKI SHIRTS, all sizes .. .. ...... .4/11 BOYS' BLACK SHIRTS, sizes 5, 6, 7 ............ 8/11 BOYS' SUPERIOR QUALITY BLACK SHIRTS .... .. 4/S BOYS' CRASH HATS .... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. /ii BOYS' GABADINE CAPS ... ............ .. I./11 SPECIAL CLEARING LINE OF GIRLS' MERCERISED I SOCKS with Faney Turnover Coloured Tops. Were selling from 1/11 to 2/11ll Clearing Line at ...... 1/11 pair GIRLS' RIBBED CbTTON'SINGLETS In 141i. and 16ia. only Clearing Price ........... ....... 5 ea5ch Jbrahamts THE PRICE-REDUCING DRAPERS, For Unsurpassed Values in Children's Wear Monaro Street, Queabrsaa, Telephone 142. Diamond ...
Treasury Secretary Makes Radio Appeal for Cash. TELLS THOUSANDS OF A GILTEDGED INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
Truarl 5Mcuir Nis hio Lppul for fem. TELLS THOUSANDS OF A GILT EDGED INVESTMENT. Mr. Jas. R. Collins, Secretary of the Federal Treasury and Director of the Commonwealth Bank, is one of the best known men in Australia. His name is at the foot of every bank note. A few nights ago he broad cast a special appeal for the Common-i wealth Loan for the States. The last time he broadcast a message it was picked up in Kansas, U.S.A., and Honghong. This time, perhaps, his voice went further. Mr. Collins said: "To decide upon good investment is by no means an easy matter. You arst want safety,1 secondly you want a good rate of interest, and lastly you want some thing which will not necessitate a lot of work in collecting what is due to you. Many of you know what per plexity may arise before an investor can make up his mind on all these points, and my message is that an investment now is offered which satisles all the necessary conditions. The Commonwealth Treasury is raising a new loan at 6 per...
Auctioneers' Report Woodgers and Calthor[?] report: STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
Auctioneen' Repoit Weeuod s ea Clthupe epaet: O Iaturday, Itth Mae, we y??d14 2.lit sbp ad mde a total ciear m. ast prims stllststmy to v?4ndrs as follows: Iwy, 15/5, 20/-, 26/3, 2-/6 sad 38/6. Laii., 23/3, 22/6, 2I3/, 2I/, 2T/ aI- 1 T/3. Thee wee osy a emupl o odd lots of wehtks which said at 2/-. We also yard4 sa. so shaout 6 ~head of catte st pl s ruagla to S tr eows with am f at oo, and 13/3/- for Fooms stores. We are sew tasa scsas to sera o or set soties sale at oer yards here e astardiy, 21st i astst, a will be las Is all swarwn who wish to .e liama woMld adisa ea ume ilately to maMO am Inmage 4a. talk sad atteud to adv~rwtlas. PROPERTY SALB. Meeres No. 1 lebiti ls nunreatis campbel as saemy e ot, sad sold 6 Mloses W sailes at a total eof 11665, arglag em I38/16/- pw block. The easeis ywagad frgm ! to l174, sad we mew hae arallable the belaue at the hats, 18 bMsets, all of whius e lee bnet e aIMll dM it dmamU S$ .les (0 o
Molonglo Settlement [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
Molonglo Settlement (From our Comrepoadet.) The plain and fancy dress ball hold is the Molonglo Amusement Hall on Friday night lastltunder the susples of the A.L.P. In aid of the lighting furds of the AL.P's. electkneering eampaigs was a huge sueess, the hoig as very large attendance of the / public. One feature of the evening was te very ine array of fa?sy dmessss. A squet for £1/1/- donated by the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Aldermassn P. Stokes for faney dress eompetition, was won by Mrs. C. effernan, of Molooglo, who represented "The Mideight Hunter" by appearilg in a men's night attire and earryingo a madle sad appearing to be chasing bugs and fleas. This part was very well carried out by Mrs. Hetsernn, se the judge's decision in her favour was applauded by all present. Other fnsy dresses worthy of note wmre: Mirs Warster, "The Haadkerchief Oirl. Miss Warier, "Good uook." Miss Jacobs, " England." Miss Vet's Jaeobs, " Black Gin." Mis Lilly Jaeobs, " Aboringino." Thelma Norgrove (aged ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 12 March 1925
THE LAND AGENTS, QUEANBEYAN W h to announce that they, are able to supply HOME BxmnIBRS with the Best Building Sites in Queanbeyan, on the Easiest Terms. They have Shops in Monaro Street, Allotments in Crawford Street and in all principal bstates, vis., Killard, Karabar, Langdene, Moriarty, Railway Heights, Canberra Freeholds, Hayes No. 2, etc. They also ffter New Cottages for Sale, either for Cash or Terms, in the best localities, at £550, £560, £50,75, up to £800. The firm will be glad to meet you and give you every information. HARRIS & CO. The 7Laz.d .e& Agezntm QUEANBEYAN, W. B. BROADBENT Stock, Station & General Commission Agent Queanbeyan E !Phone 20 AGENCIES: ESSEX AND HUDSON MOTOR CARS. Cooper's Sheep Dip, Cooper Engineering Co. Ltd. Prophylatic Lick, London and Lancashire Insurance Co. Ltd., Dangar, Gedye & Co. Ltd. (Machinery and Station Supplies) The / Sla PICTURES ST CRECORY'S HALL Monaro Street, Queomboyan We bsve seured Iger, righter sn...