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Stock Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
-Stock IRetiurnis. Trn P. P. Act, requires the owners or occupiers of land and persons owning or in charge of cattle, horses or sheep to make a return of the land and stock, irrespective of num bers, in their possession on Decem ber 31, to the P. P. Board for the district, not.later than January ro. Those failing to do this, even though they only own one horse or cow, render themselves liable to a penalty of , 2o.
Tobacco Prices Increased. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
Tobacco Prices Increased. 4, PRICEs of imported tobacco, cigars, and cigarettes have (says the Sydney Herald) been advanced by the Retail Tobacconists' Association. In the case of tobacco the increase is Id. Cigars have gone up in some cases ad, and in others 2d. Thus the old 3d cigar now costs 4d, and the old 6d cigar 7d, and in some cases 8d. As regards cigarettes, while the price per packet has not'been changed, the number per packet, in some instances at least, has been reduced from ten to eight.
Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
Garden and Field Calendar for January, 1915. By A] Lansdowpe, Seedsman, Goulliurn As we expected, the weather has been unsettled with some heavy rain falls and the heat has been a re cord for Decembgr throughout the State, buit the frequent showers coun teracted the effects of sun and wind, and crops are all promising heavy yields. The.soil is in good order for cropping, and all available land should be sown with something that will be useful for green feed, en silage or green manuring. Dairy men and others cannot possibly have too much in the way of food supplies in the face of a general shortage and certain high prices. Maize or corn is splendid for ensil age or green feed, and grows very quickly. Mangcls or mangel wurzel give immense yields, and are gfand for dairy cows, pigs and all stock; they should he largely grown. Spray ing for cherry tree slug, so often neglected, is very important;' the slug causes the leaves to turn 'rusty and fa'l off, and destroys the vital ity of the ...
QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
QUA~RTERLY MEETING. ': The quarterly meeting was held at night when the prize money was p aid over. The Collett and Ryan gold medals were presented to the respective winners, Messrs. G. Hate ly and S. "Taylor. Mcssrs. Capes, Hately and Powell were- elected handicappers for the ensuing quarter. A competition for the Toohey gold medal was arranged; two shoots each at 300, 500 and 700 yards ranges, 10 shots at cach range. Best shoot at each range to count. It was resolved that the competti ion? for the Toohey medal be com menced on Wednesday and' Saturday next.
TEAMS MATCH. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
TEAMS MATCH. QUEANBEYAN. 500yds. 600yds. T. . G. Hately ......... 46 44 90 H. Beatty ......... 46 44 90 S. Gallagher ...... 45 42 87" H. C. ylnr,... .4.. A0. 8& J. Batty ......... 38 44 82 T. Warren ......... 34 36 70 255 250 505 COOMA. .500ylds. 600yds. TI. A.Bowe ......... 48 45 93 Cpt. A. Fallick ... 47. 42 89 J. Goodvrin ..:...... 39 40 79 R. Williams ...... 39 35 74 ; M. Avery............ 34 38. 72 R. Jarvis ........ .. 27 37 64 234 237 471'
Burdens are Many. SOME PEOPLE HAVE MORE THAN THEIR SHARE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
Burdens are' Many. So?e PsEOPLe IIAVE MORE TITAN THEIR SITARE. " BURDENS of life are many. Some people have more than their abet e. Pretty hard to bear the itudens of a bad back. its aches and pains'make you miser ablen. Learn the cause and remove the burden. Most backache pains,oome from sick kidneys. Must cure the kidneys to cure the back. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills will do it. Lots of proof that this is so. Read what this woman sa?'s: Mrs. I. Meedh, George Street, Queanbeyanu, says: " Some time ago Mr. Meech was in very bad health ; he had severe pains in the small of his back, which we thought was lumbago. He was very nearly crippled with the pain. He is a plumber, and his work is hard on the back, and this made his srffering worse than it otherwise might have been. We got Doan's Backache Kidney. Pills and he commenced to use them, and lie was quite, right' in four or five days, a fact that speaks volumes for this grand kidney i'emedy. Theie is no mistake about it, Doan's Back...
Always Leading. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
Aways Leading. BaroEo purchasing your: Christmas" presents have a glance at our Xmas boxes. It wvill prove worth your' while, as" we have received a, very large consignment or'the most beatiti ful and :choicest -boxes'dof chocolates, on the market ;'and it is certain that no one's fancy will be left unsatisfied upon.-their: once seeing themn;i Our customers, upon inispection, will again be convinced-that in our line we- are .,lways leading. The Canberra"Din- ing and Refreshment Rooms, Monaro :Street, .Queanbeyan. Potiri Bros.; .proprietors. 'Phone 77.*
Rifle Shooting. EIGHTH ANNUAL PRIZE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
jRille Shooting.. EIGHTH ANNUAL PRIZE MEETING. On New -Year's Day the eighth annual meeting of .the local rifle club was held on the range `at Barr rack's Flat. About thirty shooters were present, including several from the Cooma and Canberra Rifle Clubs. Weather conditions were unfortunate for shooting; a cold south-east wind .prevailed throughout the day, and the light was changeable. Only,four out of-ive matches on the programme were shot off, the prize money. in the fifth match being added to the aggregate. W. Mayo won .the Novice. Match, ,also The Taylor, 10 shots at S00yds, the same score counting for. both events. The Captain, 10 shots at. 500yds, was won by. G. L. Murty, whi:e the Rus sell, 10 shots at e00yds,.'went to Jas. Beatty. George Hately, for the third year in succession, wvorm'the ag gregate and also the prize for the highest.s'core off the rifle. The scores made by the Cooma riflemen 'at 500 and 600 yards were counted in a teams match with Queanbeyan; seven aside, ...
Preserve your Sight. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
Preserve your Sight. The eyesight is the most precious of gifts Impaired or defective eyesight is .a serious matter. To need glasses and not to get them is risking health. To get glasses that are not perfectly adjusted and fitted, is to make a bad matter worse. Byspecial training and years of experience, we can give you glasses that precisely fits your needs. Residents of this district should not lose the opportunity of consulting Sydney's leading Opticians, ERNEST BOSCH, of 14 Martin Place, Sydney,
Sore, Swollen and Tender Feet. USED TO CRY OUT WITH THE PAIN. ZAM-BUK HEALS, SOOTHES AND COOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
Sore, Swollen and Tender Feet. USED TO ORY OTi WITH THE PAIN.. ZAMI-BUK. HEALS.-SOOTES AND, COOLS. "ATTER ' walking 'for same time I' sed tosuffer from swollen and.rtender feet which were very sore," says Mrs. O. :E Driver, of 438D6nal d-street, Foots ,trayepMelbournom '"' The burning and aohing sensations caused me much suf fering, and at times I used to cry out with the pain. I bathed them and tried all sorts of things to get relief, but nothing eased the smarting or re duced the swelling. "However, I tried Zam Bak, and this excellent balm soon drew out all the heat healed the soreness and reduced the swelling. Zam Buk is indeed a won derful balm, for I have never had any foot troubles since using it. Now I can walk about in comfort, whereas one time I could not even bear a boot on. " I have also proved Zam.Buk to be a useful household healer for cuts, bruises and sores, and we are never without a supply by us." ,Everybody who has not tried Zam Buk should obtain a supply at once. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
J, B. YOUING & GO'S KEEN CASH PRICES. Always Something Doing at Young's Savings for Ii4on Buytrs. Every Class of Merchandise in Stock. Call or 'Phone. 1. B. YOUNG & CO., ..UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS, QUEANBEYAN. ' 4' \4 *' 10 TEN PER CENT. OFF ALL PURCHASES Suits, Ties, Shirts, Hats, Boots, AND ALL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MEN, Cbt Eh conomic Storc. S., A. PAIICELL The Busy Clothier, Mercer and Boot Man, (AT BUCKLEY'S NEWS AGENCY), MONARO STREET QUEAN BEYAN. You're welcome i you're well dressed AND YOU'RE CHALLENGED IF YOU'RE NOT. If you arouse prejudice at the start by Wearing ill-flitting, poor-looking clothes, you must fight it down or lose caste. " -Percival & Percival will supply you with a suit to befit your personality. It will be splendidly made from materials whose first-class quality ensures durability. A-suit which will * be above criticism. PERCIVAL & PERCIVAL TAILORS, "WHERE MEN DRESS BETTER." Monaro Street, Queanbeyan. "Second Hand Engines o All ki...
Weather Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
Weather .Notes. Wz are experienoing just noviw 6eimarkable conditioh of weather. Inste'ad of the ex treme heat usual at this time of:year, there is a very low temperature with stoimy rains and a little hail. Last month,'as,we re ported in a recent issue, was. noted for the useful rain which .fell, and now the first month of thenewv year is promising further abundant rains. The high winds which evaporated some of the moisture of the soil after the December rains are at present no panied with heavy rain. The record at No. 2 local observing station for the 24 hours ended 0 a.m. this morning registered 90 points, and the stormy conditions con. tinuing are adding to this magnificient fall. The usefullness of the present rains can hardly be fully estimated. In every respect they must be productive of an abundant growth of grass and cultivated crops of all -kinds, perhaps, such as this district has not experienced for many years past.
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
Itille Shooting. The first match for the- . medal :presented by Messrs. 'ooheys, Ltd. took p'ace, on Wednesday last. The ;cash prize -was ivon by I.' Meech. Conditions were 2 sighters and 10 .shots at 300 yards range.: Following ,are the scores -. - B00jrds hep. Totl. 1. Meech ..... ... 32 10 42' E. Capes ....... .. 37. 2 .39: H. -Taylor ... .. 37 ::scr. 37 .G?G.Gregory .. 29 ..`. 29-:4 33 '
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. GIFFORD—BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. GIFFORD-BROWN. &nbsp; A very pretty wedding was cele brated at the Wattle Park Methodist Church on December 23, when Geo. Edward, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Gifford of Queanbeyan, was married to Liela Mary, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Job Brown, of Holmwood, Wallaroo. The Rev. D. C. Hughes officiated and the cere mony was performed in the pres ence of a large number of relatives and friends. The church was taste fully decorated for the occasion by relatives of the bride. As the bride entered the church leaning on the arm of her father, by whom she was afterwards given away, the Wedding March was effectively rendered by Miss Stella Southwell, who presided at the organ. The congregation then rose and sang "The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden." The bride was attired in a dress of white silk pop lin, shadow lace bodice and tunic, and train trimmed with true lovers knots; she wore a wreath and veil and carried a bouquet of white dais ies and asparagus fe...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
IN MEMORIAM. GIFFORD - In fond and loving memory of our dear sister, Ada Mary, who departed this life on 29th December, 1913. aged 24 years. Gone is the face we loved so dear. Silent is the voice that we long to hear. So far away from sight or speech. But not too far, for our thoughts to reach. Inserted by her fond sister and brother- in-law, Milly and Phil Laycock.
I.B.S.A. Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
I.B.S.A. Convention. &nbsp; &nbsp; THE annual convention of the In- ternational Bible Students Associa- tion was held in Latrobe Street, Melbourne, last week and was large- ly attended by Bible Students from all the States. The inaugural meet- ings were held in the Masonic Hall, Collins Street, on Sunday, December 27th in the afternoon and evening when stirring addresses were deli- vered by Mr. E. Nelson, Interstate Evangelist and Mr. R. E. B. Nichol- son, general secretary of the I. B. S. A. in Australia. The meet- ings were continued in St. David's Hall from 1o a.m. to 10 p.m., Mon- day to Friday, inclusive. The ad- dresses by Bible Students from the various centres gave ample proof of the very close study of the scrip- tures; many difficult points in holy writ being beautifully explained. On four consectutive evenings the photo drama of Creation was shown. This great 'production', the outfitting of which cost £50,000, requires four sessions of two hours each, to c...
Queanbeyan Age, WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED QUEANBEYAN TIMES, BUNGENDORE MIRROR AND CAPTAIN'S FLAT MINER FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1915. The War. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
WITH WHICH A&RE INCORPORATED QUEANBEYAN TIMEB, ]BUNOENDORE MIRROR AND -CaIrAIN's FLAT MINER FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1915. The War. ALL minor happenings in 1914 have been overshadowed by the terrible war. It burst on a world at ease like a thunderclap and has altered the aspect of affairs in every department of - life. It presents an object les son of the danger to the gen eral welfare that is involved in the nursing of unbridled am bitions, when it is accompanied by the provision of ample means to gratify them. It would be a mistake to imagine that the German :dreams of world Em pire, and of immense aggrand isement at the expense of the small neutral nations, and of France and Britain, were con fined to the Prussian "Jun kers.' They may have been res ponsible for its inception. But they had succeeded in in-doctri nating with them nearly the whole of the nation. No other supposition will account for the wholesale spying carried on by Germans in other lands, .or for the almost fran...
Systematised Illusion. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
r Systemiatised Illisio?. liN deciding the other day that T. E. Brown, a dangerous luna tic, must ??be- kept in custody, Mr. Justice Harvey. remarked that he was thev ictim of "(. sys tematised illusions.!' :That is to say, lhe firmly believed false hood to be truth. He thought Sithat he was the victim of a con spiracy of p rsecutors. in high : places, and, under-the influence of that belief, he iwas apt to do dangerous things. The expres s sion; seems to accurately de " scrible :the :cohvictions of the : G~ermans. They have firmly persuiaded themselves that they are.. the victims, of the inabchi natioins of" Britain.. All the other: nations, in comparison Care regarded as mere :pawns in the game. Britainl"has wicked ;' ly conspired to deprive G'ermany of'the:opportunity of obtaining -:the colonial expansion and'com iiercrcial _supremacy on which s-i:he has set her:heart; and Brit ain. is hated :'accordingly with a -bitterness which words can i'not eexpress. No- persuasion could be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 8 January 1915
HordCMS' Summer Fashion SBook Is a faithful guidd to the Summer Styles and will save you sovs. Write for a. Copy post free o on request. o Anthony Hordern S& Sons Ltd. Only Universal Providers New Palace Emporium Brick!ieldl Hill, Sydney Always on hand, P RIME OLHAFF. MAIZE (Cracked and Wholo) OATS, WHEAT,'RYE, etc. PLOUR, BRAN & POLLARD POTATOES, ETC. All Produee Bought and Sold for Cash. Righest Cash Price given for all kinds of Produce, Skins and Wool. . Agent for The-Royal Inqurance Co. Telephone-Store No. 27, House No. 2 JOHN KNOX, PRODUCE STORES, Opp. Solomon's, M'onaro-sb., Quoanbeyan. Model Carriage Factory. S8ULKIES BUILT from x°15. PAINTED from 3591 A LL Classes of Vehicles Built, Painted or Sclhangod. T'yres and Axles all sized n stock. Second-hand Sulkies and Spring Carts on hand. "Tyros and 'Ironwork re. .newed at Shortest notice. Quality, Work manship, Attention, Guaranteed. W : WO ODFIELD, Coach Painter, MOXArO STREET, QUEANBEYAN. JOHN , FOWLIE, Genera...