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Car and Sulky Collide. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
Car aid Sulky Collide. -9--- Yesterday afternoon a collision oc curred between a motor car and a horse and sulky on the Canberra road in the vicinity of the ' Four Mile," as Molonglo Settlement is usually called. Mrs. Erickson, wife of Mir. Erickson, who resides at "The Gap," was od her* way to Queanbeyan, and was driving a Buick car, being accompanied by her little son and two friends. At the. point mentioned a sulky, which was occupied by a couple of men, was noticed, and it as appar ent to Mrs Erickson that the man in charge of the reins was not kieping a clear lookout on the road ahead of him, and was,allowing the horse to practically steer its own course. She sounded a warning with the motor horc and the horse driver quickly gathered up the reins and in doing so pulled the horse right into the track that the car was taking, with the result that the animal reared up and landed on the car's engine bonnet Judg ing by the amount of damages to the car it is almost miraculous that it...
THE WOOL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
THE WOOL MARTf / -- At the continuation of. the 13th series of wool sales at Sydney yester day, Pitt, Son & Badgery submitted a catalogue of 3615 bales, comprising good useful wools from the Monaro and Southern Talilelands districts. A few superfine clips from New Eng gland were included, one very attrac tive clip from Goulburn also figured in the offering. Several fine New Zealand clips found favour with the buyers, and very keen competition resulted. German, French, Japanese and other foreign representatives operated freely, but local buyers were noticeably quieter. Prices were much improved on previous sales in the present series. Up to 371d was paid for greasy. A wool clip, branded Bredbo, was sold in Sydney yesterday, the prices realised being: 41 bales AAA e at 26d, 65 AAA w at 245d, 38 AAA w at 256d, 14 AA e at 25d, 11 AA w at 24d, $1 bka fwe at 21d, 14pes we at 18Hd, 22 bls w e at 18d, 16 lit Iks w e at 10d, 6 s 1st bls at 1716, 18 CC e at 204, 6 AAA B at S?1d, 5 bkf...
Fine Wools Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
Fine Wools Wanted. Winchcombe Carson Ltd. report: Fine quality merino fleece wools com manded strong competition at our Sydney sale last Monday. Values for them ruled right up to recent market levels. Skirtings of all classes also attracted keen bidding.and sold at buoyant rates. Demand for broader merino fleece lines, over generous in condition and of doubtful yield, slack ened, and prices for them were par to 2; per cent. easier. Crossbreds and comebacks realised late figures. America was a brisk operator for fine merino fleece parcels, light in con dition. Japanese, French, Italian and Australian manufacturers were also keen bidders. Yorkshire was a ra ther limited purchaser. Germany was quiet. The selection in our catalogue was of average to good type. Southern wools comprised the greater part of the offering. A limited number of attractive New England lines were forward but no very choice parcels were included. The clips on the whole were generous in condition. F. G. Thorpe's G...
TO PRESERVE EGGS that will POACH, BOIL or FRY [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
TO PRESERVE EG8S fthaw FPOACK, E er FRY ..O*v.- ?,tt.,, E hse .r a OVO.3 Iý .tier States a it se M word. It is simple to use sad ~0is results nsa ebtaihable from the use of any other prepara tise. "OVO" STANDS ALONE. Eveer Storekeeper in the State can obtain supplies for you through any Whol ale Grocery House i Sydney or Newcastle. WEggs put away in "OVO" turn out perfect and may be poached, boiled or fried-they will alas whip-up like -ew-laids. ' "OVO" year Egs; now and sa secure Winter supplies. insist upon "OVO." Write for "OVO" Inlet to ASSOCIATED BROKERS LTD., 61 Market Street. Sjdes .
(Published by arrangement.) [?] Advertisement for Prohibition [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
((Pl?lbhe by arruma?eemt.) MBd Mv.rtiu t for Fhibiti.m The Hon. Alfred J. Talley, Judge of the U.S.A. Court of General Sn-' sions, writing in the New York "Herald," pillories the conditions in U.S.A. nowadays. - "The declaration that we are the most lawless people in civilisation to-day excites but passing notice and no one assumes to deny or dispute it and yet this terrible indictment is accepted almost with complacence, and the average citizen gives no thought to the necessity of doing anything to remedy the situation which threatens our national exist ence. "Liberty and freedom are the twin pillars which support the arch of our republic, yet the criminal stalks the streets of our cities and lurks in the highways of the land fearing neither the vengeance of God nor the retributive justice of man. "On a coaparative estimate there are not fewer than ten thousand murder cases in a year in this coun try." 4
HOME [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
HOME Do you desire to purchase a home by easy payment? You may do so by joining the Argyle Starr-Bowkett Ballot and Sale Society, Goulburn. Ballot Loans from £50 to £500 free of interest. You may alse sup plement your ballot loan by a loan of equal (or less) value and thus double the ballot value of lean you will receive when succeesful in the ballot. You may anticipate your chances in the Ballot by baying a loan equal in value to shares held. JOIN OUR NO. 4 SECTION, and avoid the payment of back !:',:crip tions, when loan has been o t tined. Full particulars on application. J. G. HARRIS, Queanbeyan Agent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
IU I SPECIAL -- I I WINTER LINES I Iq Girls' Frocks & Babies' Shawls GIRLS' ALL-WOOL KNITTED JUMPERS, 18 inch and 2 ich, 4/11 eah/ GIRLS' ALL-WOOL KNITTED FROCKS, 18-inch 7/11, 20-inch 8/8, tbiinch 8/11 MAIDS' ONE-PIECE WOOL COSTUMES, with Brushed ,Wool Collar and Sleeves and on hem of skirt, in Vieux Rose, Browa and Grey, 36 inch 19/6, 88 inch 2?/8 MAIDS' WOOL KNITTED THREE-PIECE COSTUMES in Navy and Grey, 29/6 each Our Knitted Wool Frocks, Jumpers, Costumes; etc., are the Season's Latest and direct from the Mills, and the prices are in keeping, with the low prices that we are noted for. S Special Purchase of Babies' Woollen Shawls 4 COMPLETE RANGE OF MANUFACTURERS' SAMPLES and the Prices range from 4/6 to 25/-. These Shawls are Samples, and consequently will sell quickly. Any lady requiring one for baby can rest assu~ed of saving, about one-third on city prices, and at the price cannot be re placed. BLANKETS, SHEETING, RUGS, FLANNELS, FLANNELETTES, ETC., ARRIVING DAILY S ,...
Sutton. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
' Sutton. (Fom. r eaerupemuemt) On Easter Monday the annual Sutton school picnic and sports were held in the school grounds. Thei day was love Sly and fine and quite a large grthering of all the parents and ebildren atten ded. There were also visitors from Gundaroo, Gininderra and Quanbe Jan. The programme for thedileroet events was a very good one, and the children had a good time, as also did the adults. Mr. Diekson, our local teacher, saw that both useful and good priges were bought, and were well con tested for by all the children. The spread of eatables provided by the parents free was a pleasure to look at, and much better to eat. The tables were laid out under the large pine trees, and eves yone had full and plenty of everything; there was plenty of help and made things easy for the promoters. About 5 o'clock everyone wended their way home thorou bly satisfied with their iay's enjoyment. The dance in the Sutton Hall after Ithe picnic was a great success, fully j60 couples att...
Monaro Farms Available [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
Monaro Farms Available The Minister for Lands has made available 11 farms' on Elham. Glenbrook, and Woolway Estates for settlement purchases. These farms will be open to application on May 4. Applications received from May 4 to 9 will be treated as simul taneous. The farms, which are suitable for small mixed farming, 4airying, lu cerne growing, and grazing, are sit uated from five to twenty-four miles by good metalled main tourist roads from Cooma railway station. ,Those on Glenbrook Estate are within two to four miles of Berridale Village, and those on Woolway are within three to eight miles from Dalgety Township. Capital values range from £1810 to £4190. The farms will also be served by the proposed rail way from Cooma to Berridale, which has been recommended by the Pub lic Works Committee, but has not yet been authorised by Parliament. Seventeen farms on these estates were recently allotted to local sett lers. The Land Board will sit at Cooma on May 13, to deal with ap plications...
Cricket WESTRIDGE v. HALL [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
WESTRIDGE v. HALL iWestridge journeyed to Hall ? on Satirday to play their final match in the Douglas Cup Competition. Al. though Westridge were defeated by four runs after a very close and ex citing game and have played all their "matches they are still four points ahead of Ball, who have one match to ,play, and are now winners of the Douglas. Cup and premiers for the 1924-25 season :Westridge winning the toss,. sent Hall to bat B. Curran and W. Tickner opened and had put on 17 .:runs at the fall- of the first wicket. The splendid bowling of 3 Colquhoun * and J. Duff soon had Ball all out for 44 runs. With only 44 runs to beat and plenty of time in hand, it looked an easy task for Westridge ' D. Vest and J. Ware opened.and put together 12 runs when Vest was caught out by Hollingworth off W. Tickner for eight runs. At the fall-of this wicket' Ball bowlers grew very confident and West. ridge batsmen seemed to lose heart, pit being a continual procession until the Tickner brothers had...
Observance of Anzac Day [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
Observance of Anzac Day The Government has decided that licensed premises shall close during certain hours on Anzac Day.' A pro clamation will be published in the "Government Gazette" directing that no licensee shall keep his licensed premises open for the sale of liquor, or shall sell, supply, or deliver any liquor, or permit the same to be con sumed on his premises between the. hours of 10.30 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Anzac Day. Although the Government was not able .to pass legislation dealing with: the control of racing and sports on Anzac Day, the Chief Secretary had received the assurance of those In control of racing matters that they would not engage in racing on that day-a decision upon which they were complimented by the Govern ment. With regards to sports fixtures, a similar assurance had been given by clubs and other authorities that, al though the legislation contemplated by the Government had not been passed, they would not take advan tage of the position, but would be willing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CAR : It is fremquetly ked how a car so light can be at the sam tim so remarkably The anwer, of course, is simple.. Pressed steel par and perfectly de signed steel forgsings. are used istead o 'heavy castings. Combined with the admirable design amd balance of the car, this construction re is ease on control, greater tyre mlsags, low upkeep cost tad lo. life. Amtralian De Luze Touring- £395 -AnraliE Standard Touring - £375 Australian Standard Roadster - £365 5TANDARDISED MOTOnS, LIMITED r76 $a. CASTLeS ?A. M STREST.SYDNEY. ASSOCIATE DEALER `.'W. FREEBODY QUEAN?EYAN. i l 1 + .i; - .,,.... ,,r IN TIMES OF EMERGENCY iWhem on the road it is useless to think quickly and act . uickly unless you get an instantaneous ?easpm from your car. Qhek amt from low There is posi speed ahead to vre Iity falure to wose and back ais uWemplish sor hft. gives you a commanad So imd you are er of your car not to emagbt d [5ede in he found in amy other WkBe s rm i w UNIVERSAL TOURING CAR...
MOTOR NOTES Tyre Choice and Maintenance. Are Full Balloon Tyres a Success? [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 23 April 1925
MOTOR NOTES Tyre Choice and Mainten ance. Are Full Bal. Tyres a Sces ? THAT the balloon tyre has qome to -1stay there can be little doubt; 'but whether or nott it is destined to re main in its present form is certainly. open to question. At the present time the full -balloon 'tyre' is some thing in the nature of a craze, large ly due to the fact that importers of the latest models of 'cars. 'are .laying stress on this latest "desirable fea ture." On the otheir hand, there are experts who 'affirm that by degrees the typical full ballon 'tyre'- will 'be generally supplanted by a type which is something between the former and the wide section ordinary cord cas Having made trial runs during the last few months in some 15 or more different models of cars equipped with full balloon tyres, our unbiassed verdict on them is as follows:-To begin with, they most certainly mini mise minor road shocks and "chat ter," so that a car, shod with full balloons will skim noiselessly over a roughened s...