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Proposed Railway Alterations. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
Proposed laillway Alteratiolns. A deputation ',om Cooma-waited on the Chief'Commissiboner for Rail ways, Mr. Harper, pn Thursday last to protest against the proposed changes in the running of the Cooma line trains. Mr. Miller, M.L.A., in troduced' the deputation. Mr. Har per said he could, only give the same reply to deputations with similar re quests, that was that under exist ing circumstapces, and until mat ters improved, the present altera tion in the mail service would be carried otit. The Cooma mail ser vice was run at a great loss, and by (doing away with the mail train and attaching all the services to the Al bury train to Goulburn, thence run ning a mail train to Queanb'eyan, 'nd giving Cdoma a goodl and pas senger train on, he could save £7000. Later on probably, when condi tions hadc become-normal, 'considcra tion would be given to the Cooma train service. It was the intention to run the Cooma and Temora trains in conjunction with the Al bury service. The Secretary thanke...
A Great Corrective NOT A CURE-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
A Great Corrective NOT A CURE-ALL. It is not claimed that Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a cure-all, but as a Corrective of disorders of the Blood,pStomach, Liver, and Kidneys, they are unexcelled. They purity the Blood, cleanse the Stomach, and put life into the Liver, and stimulate the Kidneys to perform their pro per functions, and will prevent many of the ailmentS so common it taken occasionally to keep the system in proper working order. In thousands of homes Dr. 3Mbrse's Indian Root Pills are the sole family remedy for all general complaints. Those who have- never tried them will fin-i neighbours, friends and relatives who can testify to the wonderful corrective influence of these Pills. It is from the little irregularities of the system that the common ail ments arise. Coming evils cast their shadows before them, and Na ture gives many indications of the approach of these complaints, which, it treated at once, may be warded off. The inclination of the young and unthinking ...
The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
Thle Markets. -4--- - On Thursday the market closed very strong at the best rates of the week. Crossbreds sliow an improvement of 5 per cent. on the week. Sales included-FAP/Clare (Bungen. dore). 0.h at 11Id, 25 w oat 10Ld, fine, soft, a trifle skirty ; TG/UBIA (Queanbeyan),8 at lid. SThere were 2122 cattle and 25.174 sheep' including 6017 lambs, sold at the homebush saloyards on Thursday. Sales included Sheep: J.'H. Maonamara, Queanbeyan, 71 w 11/3, 141 0/10; W. G. Hyles, Bungendore, 30x e 13/0, 7 r and stge 14/-, 22 W 12/7, 31 e 12/-, 55 0/10. Lambs: ~V G. Hyles, 34 x 13/4. 30 10/11. Cattle : G. A. Boreham, Bungendore, 4 cows to £6 15/ avg £6 716, 13 calves to £3 0/ avg £31/B.
Trading with the Enemy. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
'rading with the Enuemy. The Actinig Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, declared' yesterdaymoirfiig that there had, been more- cases' of trading with the enemy in Sydney than in all the rest:of the .Common wealth put together. . "Some 'of these cases," he said, "might fairly: come undcr the,lteaor: ing of technicqL breaches .of the law. ,Others. show what appears to 'be a deliberate intentidn to carry on trade with the enemy and to. use agents in 'neutral countries for that pur pose. Those. people will be prose cuted ?and' --I' I have signed the authorities .:: The casds' will comme on -almosit. imnrediately, and- most ot them -will be. sumnmarily .dealt with. ,Constable (second class) John Ai. Nightingale, Captain's Flat has been promoted to. first class. . .A cable message has been received fromii:Colonel Ryric, commanding tno 2nd Light Horse Brigadis of the Aus tralian Expeditionary Force, to the effect- that all are well..
Triumph Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
=TIns following programme headed by that' `rousing. feature, Lucille Love, .12th seriee, will be screened at the Triumph Picture Palace to-night. The Devil's Eye, drama, Mludbath Elopoment, All the Dog's Fault, and the Real Thing, Comedies, and Madras, scenic.- On Thursday next tho.bill is headed by Seeds of Chaos and is backed up by. some thing special in variety and beauty.
Mayoral Election. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
Mayoral E1eetion. --'. am ON Thurslbay night the 'electio~n-of Mayor for the ensuing term will-takee place: The name of 'Alderman A.. H. Collett has .been f equezitly mr'n tioned?.as beihig tanu- aspirant to':tlihe holior, btt h.lie assures us :that al thotuglh he has beeti requested tosub: niit his name he has.no intention of doiing: so. Wlieti Mr. Collett occu ;pied ;the! mhnayoral cliair.- he, cariied out his dutlies withb' credit to liimself and satisfaction to the ratepayers. We understand - that Alderman -R: Moore. also will not again-aspire.to the. honor, and during his' term of office he : too, steered the destinies of the couinucil's barque i a?v. erj straight and' able mnner. We hear on very good authority tha't Alderman C. T., Camip bell will bei the. mayor*elect;
Angling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
Augling Notes. Mr B. G. KELLY, writing from Michel ago, says:-It can indeed be said that there are too many tront over five pounds weight in our rivers. Your list accounts for only a small propor tion of the large fish that abound or have been caught. At the opening of the 1913.14 season, Mr W. P. Bollard and I caught 19 fish ranging from 4)4lb to 8zlb in the Qneanbeyan, at Jingerra, where the big trout are. We have had many similar catches there, but I did not always have the camera. It is a fact that these large fish destroy any fish smaller than themselves. In a locality like Jingerra, where there are a number of permanent trout streams, it was very wise to declare a closure in the smaller streams, as they are the hatching and living places of the fish that ultimately roach the larger rivers. I had five years fish ing there, and it was a rare thing to get a small fish in the Queaubeyan, and equally rare to get a large one in the Sherlock or Ballinafad Rivers which feed the Quenub...
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. THa well-known firm of Ernest Bosch, Con sulting Opticians of Martin Place and Pitt street, Sydney, who have been visiting this town for the past ten years, writes:-" On account of numerous communications re _ eived from this district, we feel obliged to warn the spectacle wearing public against persons using our name and working upon our reputatbion, ot directly, but in such a manner as to mislead and make believe that they are representing us. Remember that this firm can only be consulted at Harrison's Hotel, Queanbeyan, on dates advertised. DATE OF NEXT VISIT,- TUESDAY MARCH 9th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
TOST, at or near Railway Station, Quean beyan, a Spalding's ''ournament.TEN. NIS RACQUET, in press bearing name. Reward on returning same to this Office. -WANTED. W"TANTED, COOK and LAUNDRESS; SV must be able to bake bread. Every convenience, only 5 in family. No objection to one child. Good wages. Apply this Office. RETURN THANKS. " R. and MRS. E. D. ROBERTSON and Family desire to return TIHANKS to kind friends and relatives for their'expres. sions of sympathy, cards, letters and floral tributes during their recent sad bereave. ment. Notice to Trespassers. A NY PERSON OR PERSONS found trespaesing in LANYON or TUGGRA. NONG paddocks, without permission, will bha prosecuted without respect to persons after this date. JAMES CUNNINGHAM, Lanyon. 27th January, 19115. WANTED, 1 OOD PLAIN COOK for-Hotel, good Wages. Also good smart HOUSE. MAID WAITRESS, experience not necess. ary if willing, good wages. Further infor. matiou apply this office, personally or by telephone MISS C. WHITE, A.L.C...
Queanbeyan Age, WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED QUEANBEYAN TIMES, BUNGENDORE MIRROR AND CAPTAIN'S FLAT MINER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1915. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
WITH WIIICIl ARE INCORPORATED QUEANDETAN lIMlES, BUlNGENDORE MIRntOR AND CAPTAIN's FLAT MINER ;TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1915. Current Topics:, oooopoo cooo1oc0 oooo ooooc Suppression.;?A general 'air of unreality pei vades the poli tical world. The work cut out for Parliament is not that on which public interest is actually centred. I egislators affect to be very busy about bills of limited scope and •sectional character. But it .s easy to see that their hearts are not in their work. "Metamorphically ..,.speaking, they are only mark ing time. That is'allithey can do till they get the word, "' Go." .As to when that- word will come, or what will;be the direction in which it: will:poin'it,there is: the' blankest of blank uncertainty. Every organisation: which is .,in a position, to throw light on: the subject, aid everyn. memnber of such oi, ganisatioi, seenisi.to .have entered into-a conspiracy of silence. 1Thi'eA.W.U., which :;:as been in session since ".-Thursday last,? holds: its meet ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
Anthony Horderns' Half -Yearly SALE From Mon., Jan. 25th, 1915, to Tues., Feb. 16th,. 1915 Is the Shopping Event of the Season, and will save you sovs. Send for SALE CATALOGUE post free on request. Anthony Hordern & Sons, Ltd. Only Universal Providers New Palace Emporium Brickfield Hill, Sydney Always on hand, P tIME SHAFF, S MAIZE (Cracked and Whole) OATS, WH1RAT, RYE, ete. FLOUR, BRIAN & POLLARD FOTATOES, ETC. all Produce Bought and Sold for Cash. llghest Cash Price given for all kinds of Produce, Skins and Wool. Agent for The Royal Insurance Co. Telephonre-Store No. 27, House No. 2 JOHN KNOX, PRODUCE STORES, Opp. Solomon's, Monaco-st., Qioeanbeyan. Model Carriage Factory. SULKIES BUILT traim dlS. PAINTED from 350. A LL Classes of Vehioles Built, Painted or A? h Meanged. Tyres and Axles all sizes a stkek. Second-hand Sulkies and Spring aers on hand. Tyres and Ironwork re sewed at Shortest notice. Quality, Work oanship, Attention, Gu aranteed. W. WOODFIELD OCeash Pa...
Latest War News. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
Latest War News. The British have recaptured all the trenches momentarily lost at La Bassee, and the Allies' artillery has done effective work at Arras, Roye, Soissons, Reims and Perthes. The French have reconstituted -,their lines in the Argonne. At Guinchy, the British inflicted heavy losses, and the German attempts to cross the Aisne near Soissons, failed. . A French official report shows that "?ine enemy attacks at Ka Boiss!le and fifteen in the Argonne have re cently been repulsed by the Allies. Belgian artillery has given remark able support near the coast. The Turks attacked a post near Suez, but were repulsed. They have withdrawn several ad-ance posts ow ing to fright caused by aeroplane bombs. The British post at Al Kantare beat off a - reconnoitring party. The German submar:ne U15 has blown up two merchantmen off the English coast. A third vessel is reported to have been sunk. The steamer Toko Maru, with New Zealanders' gifts to the Belgians aboard, has been sunk by an exp...
Gift Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
aGift Sunday. . In place of the usual. Harvest Festival held before the coinmence ment of L.cnt a ift Sunday in aid of -.the _,Queanb'syan: Hospital was held -in Christ Church On Sunday last.;- A large number. of gifts,.in cluding 'groceries, fruit vegetables, and linen had; bcen brought to the. Church on.. the previous Saturday and were :tatefully arranged! in -the sacred -edifice 'for the Sunday ser-, vices.'-..A wet morning marred the attendances at the two earlier. ser vices, but in- the evening a ]arge coniv gregalion asscmblcd to.take rart in' the act. of worship.- The music, les-0 sons, and .addresses. had all special, reference to the- object of. the day.. Owding to; the fact that some dona -tions ,were left- at.the. church without tIhe iiames of the givers bbefg known the Rev. Gordon Hirst, 'WMs thank ing (on behalf of the Hospital Com mittec) all .who contributed, regrets 'that he is riido able to pTblish a :lit of those Who so kindly helped .to make the effort successful....
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
Brevities. Cook and laundress wanted. • a a a The Germans are finding it's a long, long way to anywhere. * a Is your whisky-and-soda dearer to you than it used to be ? The drought again! Assa Singh, rabbit catcher has gone bung ! S* a a Bungendore Jockey Club will hold another race meeting on Wednesday, March 10. Every indication that Austria wants to turn up the war and live happily ever after wards. When the state decides that beer and spirits are "necessary commodities," what has the temperanoe man to say ? • a . • ,They say there is worry in politics. But why look that far ahead ? Three years-Itd the chance of a lifetime. In polities the worry is that you get in, and after that comes the worry that yon may get out. If lmeat has gone up mustard hasn't,so why worry. More mustard, less meat. Wot ! Quite iomantic is the engagement of Mr. Bruce Ryrie (a nephew of Colonel Ryrie) with Miss Altona James, the eldest daughter of the member for Goulburn. They have been sweethearts since th...
A Rabbit Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
A Rabbit Farmi. Acco?DINo to the report of Air In ;epector Hubbard to the Wagga',P.P. *'Board the Demonstration Farm at Te +mora would seem to be chiefly suo-. 'oeaesful as a breeding ground for rab bits. The land was found to be in miuch an unsatisfactory state, that "' he felt it necessary to take' proceedings in bhe matter." But having come to this decision the inspector discovered that his. difficulties were only begin. .ning. "The Department of Agricul -tore, it appears, could not be prose u onted because " it is not named in the Act," and the. inanager. was also im-. -mune because he did.not reside on the Farm. The business seems like a passage from a Gilbertian conmi opera. What the situation appears.to amount to is that a Government Farm may be maintained at the public expense to, among other things, breed rabbits, which may swarm from there over the .holdings of private land owners-and if those private land owners do not destroy them they. may be prosecuted and penalised . ...
THE "ALFA-LAVAL" SEPARATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
THE "ALFA-- LAVAL" SEPA RATORS.. In the days of the greatness of Venice, once every year, the Grand Duke, accompanied by the other Dukes, rowed out into the Adriatic Sea and dropped a ringlof priceless -value into the waters, typifying that Venice was the "Bride of the Sea," -'; and to the sea:.Venice...owed largely all its greatness and glory; Similarly in these latter days,,there is an in dissoluble bond of union and sym pathy- existing between the " Alfa- Laval" Cream Separator and the Dairying Community the wide world over. The "Alfa-Laval" Separator rhas been the means of raising many a man to a position of affluence. The " Alfa-Laval" is a friend ,to be re lied upon; is always' willing and Sready to worl, and, if taken reason able care of, costs little for-repairs, -aiud the solid qualities- and profit earning capacity of the'" Alfia Laval " Separator is unanimously. en -dorsed by -Heads .:of . Agricultural Colleges, and by Butter- Factory Managers, everywhrae.--Waugh'aud Jose...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 February 1915
NEWS AND NOTES. At Tamworth, last week, a large and representative public meeting was held, for the purpose of considering the advisableness of all physically able men in the local centre attending a course of military drill and rifle shoot ing, in order to fit them to defend their country if occasion should ever arise. The meeting included professional men, farmers, and their sons. At the con clusion, all present signified their in tention of attending drills and rifle practice. A giant tomato plant has been grown by Mr. F. Cox, of Gosford. It came up in the garden in the autumn, and the runners are now sixteen feet long, covering a width on the wall of four teen feet. It commenced yielding fruit of medium size in August, and so far over two hundred tomatoes have been picked. It was a self.sown plant. A colored man announced a change in his business as follows :-" Notice. This co-partnership heretofore resist ing between me and Mose Skinner is hereby resolved. Dem what owe de firm ...