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WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. 'Tui 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 accotint of numerous -communications re 'ceived from this district, we feel obliged to` ,warn the spectacle wearing. public against persons using our name and working upon "our reputation, -ot. directly, bht 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;Qtueanboyan, on dates advertised. DATE OF NEXT VISIT,- TUESDAY IMARCH 0th. . Mesars Harrison, Jones and Dvlin' wired us yesterday-1830 bales offered,* values veiry fiim's upemior' wools "advanc6d' pdi cent. Competition, spirited at auction and privately twenty four bales, EJA, Ravens. worth, Yass, 141d _ J. ,.IBigg. i1 ; half circle .K Coolac, .lTdc Ironmongle over C, Cooma, 18ad Lord's Hill, R'S S, IBombala, 14)d; Lanyon,...
Railway Retrenchment [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
:Railway Itetrenlchi nent WITH a view to ascertaining to what extent further retretichment can be made in. the railway service, without, impairing its efficiency, heads of de partments, we .learn, have been con : fidentially c: ircularised "with a view to the Comnimissioners having definite information on which to'go. No line of demarcation is being' drawn-the highest to the lowest officer and every employee in the department is :'interested. No immediate action, however, is likely to be taken. The' investigations being made are only, for guidance should any emergency ,-arise, and the railway returns show a still further slump. *A little un necessary alarm has been caused in ,Goulburnlby"-the circulation of can-. arids;,which possess just sufficient :trith to give the loquacious some thing to go on.
AUSTRALIAN MUTTON WANTED IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
AUSTRALIANh MUTTON WANTED IN ENGLAND. iThe Secretary of the Seamien's Hos pital,' Greenwich, Lodon, writes to the Sydney: Chan~ber of C0iommerceas follows, appreciative of a gift of meat from : the.. War Food Fund --" The `sipply of Trozen sheep you were good enough' to send to this hospital is now exhausted, aiind I think you .will desire 'that I- should write and tell you that the nidat was of excellent b quality, and most suitable for ' hospital purposes. It is agreed on 'all ?ides that'the mnot ton is ,'much. bter tlhan our ordinary contract supply. -' Further, supplies have:been snt to this and other ios-? pitale w he:re- wounded soldieres re be ing treated. ,TIe comrmittee of the War Food `Fund are nimaliig spe'ial efforts to obtain promises of weekly or monithly stbscriptions.: By this means a more settled. income for the fund will be -assured :and, expenditure can then be. more-.readily ;based on reve nue.. =iRegular periodical subscriptions already promised and now. being p...
Growing Fears in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
Growing Fears in Germany. A CORRESPONDENT who has just re turned from a visit to Germany, has furnished the " Daily Chronicle" with the following impressions: 1" In the towns along the Rhine, in Germany, primitive fish and fruit market halls have been created. As in England a sentry guards every bridge; at important bridges even as many as four or five sentries are posted, as is also done at important road crossings. Several persons, chiefly officers, have been shot by sen tries for not stopping when challenged, so that some time ago ah order was given for the sentries not to shoot when not beforehand informed about certain suspected individuals. " In every train compartment plac ards are put up asking the people to help authorities guarding bridges and tunnels by keeping every window closed while passing over or through them. In the early days of the war bombs had been thrown out from trains in many parts of the country, and caused much damage. "The enthusiasm which still pre vails...
Chamber of Commerce. WAR FOOD FUND FURTHER CONTRIBUTIONS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
Ch?amber of Commerce. WAR FOOD FUND FURTHER CONTRIBUTIONS WANTED. TuE following progress report from the committee of the Chamber of Com. merce War Food Fund, has been ban ded to us for publication by the Mayor, Mr. R. Moore, J.P:: In a recent speech, Mr. Asquithl, Prime Minister of Great Britain, said: " Every man among us, old or young, rich or pool, busy or leisurely, learned or simple, sbould givo what he hap, and do what lie can." This fund was established under the auispices of. the Chamber of Commerce in August last-shortly after the out break of the war in Europe. Its management was entrusted to certain mernbers of the Chambeir, and its success has been so far very grati fying. The objects of the Fund are well known; they are to send Australian meat, biscuits, sugar, frozen rabbits, and other food products to the London Chamber of Commerce to be used for. the benefit of the troops, or for the succour of tihe poor and distressed, either in Great BritaIn, Belgium, or any of th...
Protection of Native Animals. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
Protectiori of Native Animals. FOLLOWING is a list of animals protec ted in New South Wales under the Native Animalse Protection Act, 1903: Opossums are lprotected until Decem ber 31, 1915. Native bear and platy pus until December 31, 1924. In the -police districts 'of Cooma, Bombala, iBraidwood, Pioton and Hartley scrub or black tailed' wllaby are protected until December 31, 1917. Red-necked or swiamp wallaby are protected until December 31,. 1917, in the police dis tricts of Hartley, Braid wood and Picton. For great grey kaugaroo, red kangaroo, and wallaroo, theeta is ,a close season from August 1 to January 31 every year but they arn also absolutely pro teoted until Jhiuary 31, 1916. Native porcupine, sugar squirrels, -and flying oppossums are protected during a close season every year from August 1 to Januaryf31. The protection of kangaroo and wallaroo has been removed on Yamma Station, Morundab, Pastures 'Protection district of Urana until April 30, 1915
Night's Horrid Plague. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
Night's Horrid Plague. You know what it is. Piles. Nearly drive you mad. Hard to bear. Hard to get rid of. Can't find relief. int wait a minute. Yes, you can, too. Its a case of knowing bow. Knowing how means relief. It means get the right thing. It means get Doan's Ointment. Doan's Ointment will do it. All itching skin diseases disappear under the soothing influence of Dean's Ointment. Here's proof of this:-Mr. J. Shan non, bootmaker, Commnti.sioner Street, Cooma, says :-" For fifteen years I have suffered agony with itching piles. i have often thought life was not worth living unless I could get a cure for this ailment. At all times my suf fering was bad enough, but at night and during the war weatnlei I 'was nearly driven mad. I used a greoat many remedies, but they. were quite useless in my, ease. I commenced to use Doan's Ointtiient and very soon the irritation got leap, and in a shott time I was cured. My cute means a lot in my life, and I am very grateful to Doan's Ointment f...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our dear son and grand— son, AUBURN REGINALD EVANS, who departed this life on Friday. February 7th, 1911. Not gone from memory, not gong from love, But gone to his Father's home above. Through all pain at times he'd smile, A smile of Heavenly birth. And when the angels called him home He smiled farewell to earth. Heaven retaineth now our treasure, Earth the lonely casket keeps, And the sunbeams love to linger Where our darling sleeps. How we miss thee no tongue can tell. Some may forget thee, but we never can. Inserted by his loving mother and grand parents.
BUNGENDORE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
BUNGENDORE NEWS. Mr. H. Edmionds of Ingledow, met with a severe accident whilst cutting wood. A chip flew up and cut the upper lip through to the gums, which necessitated him paying a visit to Dr. Blackall, who succeeded in fixing the incision without having recourse to stitching the severed parts. Although suffering great pain I am pleased to state that Mr. Edmonds is able to pursue his usual avocation. Our local town band having been silent for several months has made another start under their old master, Mr. J. Ward; and l hope the young fellows will stick to it and make a success. The rabbit industry is in full swing ; there is at least on an average about 3,000 pairs delivered daily at the freezing works. The weather has been very warm of late but occasional sea breezes make the nights very pleasant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
NOTICE. Protection of Animals and Birds in the Federal Territory. A TTENTION *is directed to the Animals and Birds Protection Ordinance No. 1 of 19138, Section 3, reading as follows: -The whole of the animals and birds within the Terkitory. except those named in the Schedule to this Ordinance, are abso lutely p?eotected from the commencement of this Ordinance until the 31st day of Decum. her, 1915." Any person infringing this Ordinance will be prosecuted. DAVID MILLER, Administrator, Federal Territory. TIN the Supreme Court of New South I-Wales. Probate Jurisdiction. In the Will of FRANCIS FOX, sometimes known as Thomas Fox, late of Yarralunmla, near Queanbeyan, in the State of New South Wales, labaurer, -deceased.- Application will be made alter fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the. abovenamed deceased may be granted to Owen Fox, the sole Executor named therein. All notices may be served at the office of the undersigned, to whom all credito...
Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETE'ING. TulE ordinary meeting of the above .was held on Tuesday, 2nd February, when all the Councillors were present. Cr. Falconer, president,_ occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The President reported that he had examined the cash book and had cer tificd to its agreement with the bank pass book. TuE FINANCe COMMITTEE's E:Poirr Recommended that the seal of the Council be attached to the" mortgage to the Commercial Banking Co, of Sydney, for-the sum of £700 tempor ary loan; that the sum of ,350 be transferred from the temporary loan fund to the general fund; that the fi nancial statement as read by the clerk be adopted, and that accounts amount ing to £3102/9 (general .fond) and .£20i3/- (special sanitary service fund) be recommended for payment; that the president and clerk's action in paying accounts during January, amounting to £61/13/- (general fund), and £17/7,5 (special sanitary fand) be endorsed. Report ...
Queanbeyan Age, WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED QUEANBEYAN TIMES, BUNGENDORE MIRROR AND CAPTAIN'S FLAT MINER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
WITH V IIICI ARIl INCORIP'O1ATED. QUAN?SEYAN. TllIMES, 3UNGENDOII MIRROR AND CAPTAIN's FLAT MINER FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1915. Cif'rent "I'opiCS. :Local., .Government- Fran chise.--At a time ?:when, by consent, it is agreed that con tentious ;iiatter~s of local : ad nministratiohi shoiild .remaitiain in abeyance, .ifi? ;order that all parties imay ~concentrate their efforts, on the_ crisis b.i:rought .about by the?i:war. ; .;The' action . of the Minister .for ?:Works .in introducing so highly debat able a proposal a:s that of grant ..ing .adult franchise to. then mui n icipalitids `ws' waws particularly ill-timied and ungracious. So sweeping a change, 'and. one'so " fraught with danger, shoutld not be 'entertained except at a :time?'hiciwould 'aditit'of the fillest and: most dispassiotiate considerationi and discussion. ::The' whole question ,of . the " franchise, inideed, 'badly' needs - overhauling. -?If the Parlia ni intary franchise wiere- on a basis adapted to :give fair play to t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 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 Brickfleld Hill, Sydney Always on hand, F 1TMRT QUIAFF, MAIZE (Cracked and Whole) OATS, WHlEAT, RYE, etc. FLOUI, BRAN & POLLARD POTATOES, ET:C. All Produce Bounht and Sold for Cash. lighest Cash Price given for all kinds of Produce, Skins and Wool. Lgent for The Royal Insurance Co. Telephono-Storo No. 27; House No. 2 JOIN IkNOx, PRODUCE STORES, Opp. Solomon's. Monani-st.; Quioanbyan. Model Carriage Factory. SULKIES S2ILT from £i5. PAINTED from 35". A LL Classes of Vehicles Built, Painted or Sxcohanged. Tyres and Axles all sizes hI stock. Second-hand Sulkies and Spring twrts on hand.. Tyres and Ironwork re- [ newed at Shortest notice. Quality, Work- a manship, Attention, Guaranteed. 1 .W. WOODFIELD,: MO...
Garden and Field Calendar for February. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
Garden and Field Calendar for February. The weather has been as we fore casted. The present spell of heat ,is a bit trying for some crops, 'uut just the thing for tomatoes, etc., and will also give color and flavor to fruit. Keeping the surface loose and clean is the. chief factor in successful growth during hot, dry weather. In orchards, especially, on no account should crops of weedis be allowed.- They rob the trees, and, if not ploughed in, the soil also. Apply water to the roots, not over the surface. Three fourths of the water used is only waste. Fodlder is certain to be dear during, winter, and the grower who has good sup plies will be on the safe side. All available land should' be cropped, or prepared for cropping. A repetition 6f January weather is likely-mon soonal rains, tht:nlert6orms, and squalls, with interven:ng cold snaps and sea-breeze. Be sure that all drains, roofs, etc., are in ordi3r. Early frosts threaten. KITCHEN GARDEN. Sow cabbage, cauliflower, swedes and al...
Police Officer's Record. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
Police Officer's Record. -t- After over 40 years' service, Senior-Ser- geant Goodhew, of Taralga, has resigned from the force. In 1874 he joined the force under Capt. M'Lerie, his first appointment being on the Gold escort from Bathurst to Sydney. At the time of the Kelly Gang scare he was sent to Cootamundra as an at- tack was expected there. He was also at Cootamundra when Moonlight stuck up the Wantabadgery station, and narrowly missed being present at the capture of Moonlight. But he assisted Inspector Carroll in escorting four of the gang to Sydney. On numerous occasions Senior-Sergeant Goodhew showed great ability in dealing with stock-stealing cases. He secured £70 out of £100 given by the Queanbeyan Stock-Stealing Preven- tion Association for the capture of the Wat- son brothers. He also spent three weeks searching for the Dora Dora blacks. Since 1880 he has acted as C.P.S. His defaulter sheet has not been marked. For the last 23 years he has been stationed at Taralga, and i...
The Great National Remedy [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
The Great National Remedy 'For more than twenty years Dr. -.orse's Indian iloot Pills have been' before the Autstralasiaq public, gain-. - it :each year in popular. esteem, . ai nd each' year showing a large in. crease in the sales until now nearly One'million bottles are sold annual , y. Very often medicines appear on the market and for a short time. have a popular vogue, for just what reason it is dillficult to say, not bav' Ing any genuine merit, but the pub. lic soon finds this- out, and they soon disappear and are never'heard of again. When a remedy like-Dr., MIorso's Indian Root Pills for twen ty. years shows a constantly'increas-. ing sale, it-indicates the solid con fidence the public have in it. No exag gerated-claims have been-urged for-= them. No attempt has been made to induce the public to believe they had. any. miraculous power, but 6n all oc casionn-the idea has been presehted S'.that they were simply a good ::Pill Iin eovery sense of the word. They' :", are based on ...
Father and Children Cured. FESTERED ANKLE, GRAZED SKIN AND PILES. ZAN-BUK IS ALWAYS DEPENDABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 5 February 1915
Father and Children Cured. FESTERED ANKLE, GRAZED SKIN AND PILES. ZAN-BUK IS ALWAYS DEPENDABLE. MRS. R. WINEFIELD, 10 Calder Road, Darlington, Sydney, says :-Some time ago my little girl, vera fell on a broken bottle and cut her ankle to the bone. Within a day or two the wound fes- tered and inflamation spread so badly that we began to fear that the child's leg was poisoned. &nbsp; " Vera was crippled and in great pain and the nasty wound showed no signs of healing until we began to apply Zam-Buk. " This soothing balm eased the child's pain wonderfully, and drew away the inflammation, and thoroughly cleansed the nasty place. As I continued to use Zam-Buk the wound began to rapidly heal until now Vera's foot is quite sound again.: " My son, Keith, was also cured of a bad shin, got through stumbling up against a stool. The place discharged matter, and was badly swollen. We &nbsp; again got Zam-Buk and used it with splendid effects. Besides causing the painful swelling ...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 February 1915
Rifle Shooting. . Tiuz following scores5were made on Wednesday last in competition for thy annual prizes, conditions being to shots at 6ooyds. Scores :- - Goo Hcp Ttl H.' Taylor 44 44 T Warrest 37 37 G. Gregory 32 32 The annual competition iii cou. junction with the Toohey medal was 'continued on Saturday, conditions being io shots at' 3ooyds. The cash prizes were woii by A. R. Moore and 1. Comins. Results -30oyds hp. Total R. Moore 43 3 46 . Comins 39 r4 43 \ G. Hately 43 scr. 43 H. Beatty 42 scr 42 A. Winner -35 7- 42 J. Beatty 40 1 41 - 1. Capes 38 2 40 -, Warren - 34:. '2 36.