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CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1925. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Queanbeyan Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1925. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Qe ubeyam Pariah. Queanbeyan, $ a.m. H.C., 11 am., H.C., and 7.30 p.m. REIV. S. J. WEST. Ca.nera Prads R.M.C., 10 a.m. St. John's, Caiberra, 11 a.m. H.C. Power House, 7.30 a.m. H.C. Sutton, 3 p.&. Gundaroo, 7.30 p.m. REV. F. G. WARD.
Progressives' Policy [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
Progressives' Policy The leader of the Progressives, Mr. Bruxner, expounded the policy of the party at Goulburn last night. He said the party stood for sound finance, retention of the present electoral sys tem. vigorous land settlement, and immigration. T'he Progressives in tend to retain their separate entity, and to go forward with the aim of establishing every plank on their platform. A commission of six men they contend, must be appointed to deal with taxation anomalies. Mean time, no stone must be left unturned to get the Commonwealth to withdraw from the field of income taxation. The party believes in the establishment and maintenance of conciliatory committees for the settlement of industrial dis putes. Also, the encouragement of the 'principles of co-partnerehip and profit-sharing in private enterprise. In order to give the Sftate good and stable government, the party promises co-operation on the floor of the House.
Farewell Social. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
Farewell Social. Mr. E. A. Angove was tendered a farewell social in the Protestant Hall on Tuesday evening. Though the nolte- was short there was a large attendanes. Dancing was indulged in during the evening, and songs were uong by Mrs. Roper, Messrs. MKff and Angove, while Miss Harris gave a recitation. The Mayor, Alderman Harris, presided. The chairman said they were gathered to show their esteem and to recognise Mr. Angove's efforts in con nection with utilities which were for the real good of the citizens. It was desired that speakers should be brief and to the point. The gentlemen on the platform represented every shade of opinion in the district, and there were many intimate friends of their guest present. Though they would spend .a happy evening it would be shadowed with regret by the thought of losing their friend. He had been preeent at many functions with him sad his geneality and readiness to contribute to the harmony of the oc casions was notable. His place as a public ...
SANDER'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
SANDER'S EUCALIYPTI EXTRACT The unequslled remedy for colds, influenza, bronchitis, lung trouble, neuralgia, diarrhoea, rheumatism, SANDER'S EXTRACT, the surest protection from all infectious fever. diphtheria, meningitis, SANDER'S EXTRACT, the great healer of wounds, burns, ulcers, sprains, skin diseases, SANDER'S EXTRACT proved. at Supreme Court, Victoria, to eontain antiseptic and healing substsaces not present in other eaca lyptus preparations, hence its superi or and unique curative power. SAN DER'S EXTRACT, the only eucalyp tus product relaed by special process is free from irritating and heart depressing ingredients of the eem mon eealpytus oils and soealled "extracts," sand is sa(e and bendetdal for internal as well a ezternal mue. Insist on the GENUINE SANDER'S EXTRACT, derive the beeit of purity, reliability and efstiveeas. There is no "just as good." There is a right sad a wrong way of doing everything. In Watch, Clock, Jewellery, or'Optical Repairs everything is done the...
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
RIFLE SHOOTING ,The monthly. shoot for the cham pionship-and annual aggregate prizes of the Queanbeyan Rifle Club took place yesterday- afternoon. The range was 500 yards, 10 shots, J. Charlton and R. Fallick being the winners of the usual cash- prizes. Following are the scores:- , 500yds Hdp. Ti. J. Charlton ... 48 sc 48 R. Fallick . ..-. 46 2 48 V. Southwell .. '48 se 48 A. Fallick .... 47 ' sc .47 * H. C. Taylor .. 45' sc 45' E. G. Lewis ... 43 '1 44 J. Gallagher ... 43 1 44 G." Gregory ... 43- 1 44 Master Ray Morton, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Morton, of Queanbeyan, met with a painful ac cident last Sunday afternoon. With a companion (Freddie Land) he was standing beneath the bridge on the Cooma Road, close to the Rifle Range when suddenly a log, one of several supporting the bank of the creek, rolled down. First it knocked over Freddie Land, momentarily stunning him, and then rolled on to Ray Mor ton. The former- escaped with a cut on the left knee, but young Morton was...
LOCAL LAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
LOCAL LAND BOARD Following is the list of casep to be dealt with by the Local Land Board at Queanbeyan, at 10 a.m. on 15th May: Confirmation, Allowance or Otherwise A. J. Hadlow, 500 acres Cn.L. A. E. Rowley, 3521. acres Cn.L. P. D. Weaving, 5a 3r 28p S.P. (Maitland District). For Recommendation. W. L. Allison, 147j acres A.C.P., conversion of Sp.L. R. J. Hatch, 31 acres Sp.L. Thos. Bingley, 60 acres Sp.L. Samuel Bingley, ,110 acres Sp.L. Aimee S. Donnelly, 320 ac. Sp.L. Aimee S. Donnelly, 320 ac. Sp.L. AimeelS. Donnelly, 120 ac. Sp.L. Applications for Addition of Area. W. C. Crawford, 'C.P. Patrick Smith, C.P. John Blewitt, C.P. The above three conflicting for W.R. 666A.
UNCEASING MISERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
UNCEASING MISERY. There is little sleep, little rest, little peace, for many a sufferer from kidney trouble. Life is one contin ual round of pain. You: can't rest at night when there's backache. You suffer twinges and stabs, of pain, annoying urinary disorders, lame ness, and nervousness. You can't be comfortable at work with dart ing pains and blinding dizzy spells. Neglect these ailments and serious trouble will follow. Begin using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills at the first sign of disorder. Thousands have testified to their merit. Mr. E. Swan,. Surveyor' Street, Queanbeyan, says: "Two years ago I took 'a course of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for an attack of kidney trouble and they cured me and I have had no return of the complaint since. My health was very indiffer ent before I took Doan's Pills and'I knew from symptoms present that, my kidneys were the cause. I had a nagging ache across the small of my back .which handicapped me a lot as. I could not 'stoop or move freely witho...
Coroner's Inquest [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
Cor0 ier's Inquest Mr. Coroner Gale held an inquest at the Courthouse on Monday concern ing the death on Friday morning last at Queanbeyan Hospital of a child named John William Convine. - Dr. H. McCreedie, assistant to Dr: Blackall, Government Medical Officer at Queanbeyan, stated that the de ceased child was brought to his re sidence about 7 p.m. on 21st-April and he took him to the Hospital. On examination he found the patient suf fering from severe scalds of the back and extending from the shoulders to the buttocks. He attended the child for three days at the hospital, and the child died on the morning of 24th instant. The cause of death was shock, consequent on the injur ies he had received. From when he first saw the child he considered the case hopeless, from the extensive na ture of the injuries. The child was well nourished and about 2 years and 3 months old. William Isaac Convine stated he was a caterer and resided at Molonglo Settlement with his wife and two' children. De...
Labor's Campaign MR. J. TULLY AT QUEANBEYAN [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
Labor's Campaign MR. J. TULLY AT QUEANBEYAN Mr J. Tully, one of the selected Labour candidates for Goulburn, ad dressed a fair number of electors in the open air at Queanbeyan on Tues day night. Aid. O'Rourke was in the chair. Mr. Tully prefaced his address by stating that he was a native of the Gunning district, where his people had been pioneers 60 .years ago. He referred to his own 12 years of con tinuous service in the Labour move ment, during which time he had held the positions of president of his. Lea gue and delegates to Electoral Coun. cils and the annual A.L.P. Confer ence.' He 'dealt with matters that came' under his notice in a recent tour of the electorate, viz;, the clos ing of a number of small schools, and the state of disrepair in which many of our schools stand to-day, he also condemned the Government for charging high school fees, which imposed a hardship on the working class. He contended that his party would bring about cheaper living by consolidating the intere...
New Cookery Book. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
SNew Cookery IBook. We have received a copy of "The Mary Elizabeth Cook Book," by Mrs. Fred Aronson, from Messrs. Edwards Dunlop & Co., who are the sole dis tributing agents for N.S.W. The book is clearly printed on nice paper and contains over 900 recipes, many of which are quite new, and have been personally collected by the edi tress from British, Colonial, French and other Continental sources. Am ongst all the new and appetising dainties listed, the general rules for simple cooking have not been omit ted, anI cooks of. all classes will find the publication helpful. The price is 1/6 ppr copy. The printers are Mgers. Geo. B. Phillips & Sop, Pitt Street, Sd7ar.
NEW STATES NOT FAVORED [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
NEW STATES NOT FAVORED Judge Cohen, Chairman of the New States Royal Commission, yes terday completed the. report of the Commission, which will be presented to the Premier immediately he re turns to Sydney. It is understood that majority and minority views are expressed, and' that the majority of the .members of the Commission do not favour the creation of New States..
LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
LONDON, Wednesday. Edward Alworth Merewether, of Merewetller, Newcastle, who died on 19th November last, was a col liery proprietor. His estate has now been sworn for probate purposes at £41,139. Mr. J. J. McJannett, who for the past 38 years has held the' position of registrar of births, marriages, and - deaths at Bungendore, has resigned owing to infirmity and old age. He is now over 81 years of age. At the Warden's.Court at Bungen dore,last week, before Mr. Williams, Mining Warden, Allan Christie, of Goulburn, applied for authority to enter on four leases at Mulloon, two on the Briar, and one on Carwoola. Two .f the leases on Mulloon were granted and two postponed. The others were granted. Winchcombe Carson Ltd.. report: Demand was brighter at Wednesday's Sydney rabbit skin sales. Values ad- I vanced Id to 3d per lb. Incomings 4 made to 61d per lb., pelty to 48d; autum is to 48d, racks 36Cd to 381d. and others from 24d up. .Medium to good hareskins sold from 3/- to 6/- per dozen....
A DESPERATE BANDIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
A DESPERATE BANDIT. An armed bandit, finding that a sawn-off pea-rifle he carried would not discharge, used it as a club on a man and woman near . Prince's Bridge late last night. F. Goldsmith and Miss Gordon were walking home when the man jumped from behind a tree and fired at Goldsmith, but the cartridge didn't explode. A man on the other side ran to Goldsmith's rescue and the bandit hit Goldsmith on the head with the gun, which he then threw at Miss Gordon, hitting her on the forehead. The man then made off. The gun on being exam ined showed a bullet stuck in the barrel.
RAILWAY FATALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 30 April 1925
RAILWAY FATALITIES. While crossing the railway line near. Parramatta last night Freder ick Wilson, a railway guard, was run down by a train and killed. While shunting at Moreland Sid ing yesterday, J. Hawkins, a railway employee, was killed. Hawkins was missed by his mates, and searching for him they found his body lying across the rails terribly mutilated.