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"BEHOLD, I MAKE ALL THINGS NEW," [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 23 February 1915
" :11HO.L, I MAKE ALL " T- INGS NEW." Text: "Behold I make all things new. Iievelation. xxi., 5.) . He haid: Tb- Bible intimatce that the seven days of the ordinary week are typical of seven great days. each a thousand years sung. Thus St. Peter de clares that a day with the Lord is as_ a thou Land years. At the beginning of man's week he was perfect, as repre sented in Father Adam; but disobedi ence to the -Creator [FASTOR RUSSELL brought upon hint the curse, Dying thou shalt die." Under that curse our race has been steadily going downward mentally, morally and physically to the tomb-the Bible hell-Sheol. HIades. M1an has- struggled in vain against them curse To-d'a our race is assailed by more ailments and weaknesses, mental, moral and physical, than were ever known before. Our glols, penitentiaries, asylums, hos pitals all bear testimony to this fact. Even tbe morals of the world are apparently at as low a state as could well be imagined, after all our preaching, after all our ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 23 February 1915
WANTED. 20 Tons of Rabbit Skins. ALSO FOX SKINS in any quantity. Highest price given. Bulk store, rear of Protestant Hall. W. E. OLDFIELD. LYONS & MCEWEN, GENERAL CONTRACTORS, SYDNEY, EG to notify the Public of Queanbeyan and District that they are Specialists' in SIGNWRITING, PAINTING, PAPER. HANGING, General Home Decorations, Shop Fronts and Offloo Fitters. General Contractors anq. Designers. QUOTATIONS BY COMMUNICATING WITH LYONS & MCEWEN, P.O., Queanbeyan. FEDERAL BUTCHERS. SWAN BROS. HAVE pleasure in announcing that they s avs removed their Butchering Bust. .ness t6 promises in Monaro-street, lately occupied by Mr. T. Wilson. The Best of Beef and Mutton supplied. A trial solicited. SWAN BROS. " For the Blood is the Life." Its our Blood that makes or mars our health. Pure blood means perfect health of body and mind. Impure blood incurs ill-heatlh, misery, and despair. When the blood gets clogged with impurities, the whole system becomes affected, and disease is t...
THE WHEELS OF INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 23 February 1915
THE WHEELS OF INDUSTRY. WHEN the wheels .of0 industry are humming merrily and giving employ ment to tens of thoneauds, the benefi cent -results, directly and- indirectly, are far reaching, and are benoficial to the whole community. It would be almost impossible-toexist to-day without the aid of machinery; progress would zneces sazily be almost at a standstill,. and we would go backward rather than forward, so it naturally conesato pass that we al-. ways. have recourse, to motive " power, to help us along in our work, to-lessen our labours, increase our profits, and to enable us to enjoy greates periods of recreation and ~reet.- - The supplying of motive power for all industries is a subject to which we have given muoh time and thought. -It is well-known` that our stock lof steam' engines and boilers is not approaohed by any other. firm in Australia. Then -'we are privileged to offer the famous "Cross. ley "- Gas and Oil engines and Suction Gas -Plants., The " Crossley " ' is a name ...
Kitchen Mishaps. THE DAILY NEED FOR ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 23 February 1915
Kitchen Mishaps. THE DAILY NEED FOR ZA3i-BUK. Housewoarc abounds with dangers, and prudent is the housewife who takes care to keep her-home suppied with soothing and healing Zam-Bnk. Scarcely a day passes but what Zam. Buk is needed for some member of the family. . Mrs.-W. Everett, 26 Parkes Street, Rozelle, Sydney, says -" About three mobtbs ago, whilst preparing a meal I knocked .a pot of boiling fat all over my leg and burnt the limb in several places. The lotion and powder I got from the chemist seemed too strong for the sore increased in size, and as the flesh became more eaten away, the agonising pain increased. "Whilst the limb was in this dreadful state my sister came and advised me to try Zem-Buk. So just by way of a trial 1 deoided to get a pot of the balm. '" Regular dressingsof Zum.Buk sub dued the pain and inflammation, and as the treatment was persevered with, it thoroughly purified the sore and caused it'to start healing from the in side. Everyday that I used Zam-Buk ...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 23 February 1915
NEWS AND NOTES. Several allotments of land are ad vertised for immediate sale in this issue. The Mayor of Bombala has an nounced his intention of donating his annual allowance to the Patriotic Fund. Our Tuggranoug friends are pre paring a splendid programme for their annual sports meeting on Easter Monday. The annual Harvest Festival Ser vices will be held at Wattle Park on Sunday next. A sale of gifts will take place on the following Monday. On the 17th March (St. Patrick's Day), a grand social and danice in a of St. Gregory's Church fund will be held in the Protestant Hall.. In the Protestant Hall TO-MOR, ROW NIGHT Dan Mack will pro duce that military(spectacular drama, Call to Arms or Soldiers of the King. Don't fail to see this. At Eden the other night the police are reported to have raided, a billiard saloon, and taken the names of five persons who were playing pool. Jeff Smith retained the title of world's middleweight boxing chain pion in the contest with Mick 'King at Melbou...
Michelago. FAREWELL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 23 February 1915
Michelago. FAREWELL. AND PRESENTA TION. - THERx was a great meetiug of the clans at the Micbelago School of Arts Hall on-Wednesday, February 23rd, both to congratulate our worthy station master, Mr. P. J. Hoolahau, on his promotion to the important centre at Burrowa, and, at the same time to express their deep regret at his departure from ai ongst them. They were all sorry to lose him, as his honesty, his unfailing courtesy, the devotion of himself and his wife in all cases of illness, makes his departure a real practical loss. In appreciation of these and his many other good qualities the people gath ered together to wish Mr. and Mrs. Hoolahan and family, health, suc cess and, prosperity, in their new home. The presentation' took the form of a handsome Silver Tea and Coffee Service on an oak and silver tray, suitably. inscribed. ; The Hall was artistically decorated to celebrate the occasion. The supper was in the capable hands of Mesdames Ryan, O'Loughlin, J. T. McTernan aind Miss...
FISHING FOR MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 23 February 1915
FISHING FOR MINES.' -Though the work of ;the crews o6T the trawlers engaged in- sweeping mines in the North Sea and the Channel is little heard of by the public, a memorandum. just issued by the Admiralty tells of their won derful heroism. The memorandum covers mine sweeping operations up to the end. of December. It is stated that the Germans had laid an exten sive mine field off Scarborough, and the work of clearing the area was extremely dangerous. In one case three of the trawlers were blown up nsiide ten minutes. Nothing daunt ed, the other crews con'tinued their work until the area was cleared of mines.
Strikes You Any Time. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
Strikes You AnyI Time. NEiiu know when or wlIere backauleI pains will strike -you. iThe kidneys will go wrong and when they do the first warning is generallydthrough the baosk. Neglect. means., many' serious ills, it's only a short step from common backache to rheumatic. pains, urinary disorderi, -`dropsy, bright's disease. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cure every ill of the-kidneyse and :bladder: Read this testimony,.it tells of a onure that lasted. - Mrs. M. Quigley, Bal combe Stiret, Queanbeyau, say;s '" Ten years ago'-I told -you thatDoan's'Back ache' Kidney Pills' had cured me of kidney trouble, and gave you per mission to publish this fact for the benefit of other sufferers.e I am pleased to let' you kno.wthat I am still well. tolday. My trouble was severe pains inhthe small of my back, and headaches and giddi ness. 'Sometimes I could'scarcely stoop over'on account of the backache. My quick and, lasting cure has madeame a firm ' believer in the merit of Doan's Backache Kidney P...
Mutilated Victims. WHAT A SYDNEY WOMEN SAW. VISIT TO A HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
-WHAT A SYDNEY WOMEN SAW. VISIT TO.A HOSPITAL. "Tououc people in Sydney? seem loth to credit the statements that have been published about the atrocities commit ted by German soldiers, I can vouch for the truth of some awful- instances, for I have seen mutilated victims," said Mrs. Hanlon, formerly of East Sydney and Tamwortb, who has, with her husband, just returned from a visit to England and France. " I have heard, on the beat authority, of some frightful doings, but, petting aside all hearsay evidence, just let me tell you of somnc of the things I have seen myself." Mrs. Hanlon went on. " On. December 10 we crossed from London to Calais, in company with a French lady, and two' or three days later I went through- the general hospital thei'e. I sawi three little boys-I can't, say whether they 'were Belgian or French-in the hospital. One had a thumb and two fingers out off, and two others had their right hands cut 'off. The nurses told me that the Germans had done this. Then I saw ...
Wheat Acquisition Act. MR. HOLMAN AND BY-ELECTION. ACT CONTINUES IN OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
i lheat Acquisition Act. MR. HOLMAN AND BY-ELECTION. ACT.CONTINUES IN OPERATION. ON Tuesday, referring-to Mr. Arkins' victory in the Castlereagh by-election, the Premier (Mr. Holman) said: "I fully anticipated getting the entire en dorsement of the whole electorates on the Wheat 'Acquisition Act when we had an -opportunity of putting the issues fairly before them, but I am bound tosay I did not expect that the first endorsement would come from a wheat.growiug rather than a wheat eating district-from a coustitiency of producers-rather than cqnsnmers. That makes the victory doubly gratifying. It-is gratifying to say that- many Liberals honourably respected the truce. I am told that at one important centre the president of the local branch of the Liberal Association gave an open vote to Mr. Arkius, as a protest against the Farmers and Settlers' Association invoking battle at the present time." The finding of the Inter-state Com mission in respect to the Wheat Act, has been suspended fo...
QUITE ENOUGH KAISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
QUITE ENOUGH KAISERS. Annandale Council has 'agrced to co-operate with ,Qucaibeyan Council an a movement to restrict the powers of the Minister for WVorks aspro posed in the amendments of the Local Government Act., The speci fic: section" provides, .among other things, ,that a Minister may unite areas or constitute united areas in to municipalities or shires. The Mriistcr. may," it is also proposed, on his own smotion, or on receipt of representations from evory coun cil or of any 50 electors of an area, prepare a proposal'for, the Gov ernor; to exercise any. Of 4h1 powers of that section. Alderman Smith: A minister will have the power of a' kaiser:' i ý, roh:1; shdp it:
Triumph Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
,Triumnph Pictures. \ TILE screening at the above resort on Sat. urday night includes the following pictures: Dangers of, the Veldt, a 8=reel South African war drama, Two Little Pals, Highborn Child and Beggar, and'Tho Secrdt Critio,' a cowboy drama, The Elusive Kiss and A Mistake in Spelling, comedies,.and Towards -liscaylu Countryiteceni. - . --. Sir.. W. B3. Freebody is giving a benefit show -in the ,Triumph Hall- next 'Tuesday nlight in aid of the widow and family of the late Mr. T. Bainbridge- Mlr. Freebody does not do things by halves and is giving the whole of the proceeds towards the fund. A spiendid programme of selected pictures will be screened and we are sure there will be a large number present to patronise so deserv ing a cause. " . - :A -landowner at Merriwa is adver-' tising for a hundred dogs of any breed .for the purpose of -keeping dowti the rabbit pest. Apparently-he only wants imongrels for the price offered i-a shlliing eachi. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
T. P. MAXWELL & CO., Stock & Station Agents, AUCTIONEERS. SALESMAN-T. P. MAXWELL. 'Phone 10. TRUST MONEY TO LEND. SMR. J. S. DAYISON, L.D.S., DENTAL. SURGEON, Next to Harrison's Hotel, BUNGENDORE visited First'Wednesday in the month. HALL second Wednesday. MR. S; J. RYAN, Dental .Surgeon, (Late Sydney Dental Hospital.) MONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN., W"ILL visit BUNGENDORE every se cond and fourth Wednesday in each month. nGndaroo every third Wednesday in each month. Hall overy first Wednesday. PRIVATE HOSPITAL, CAMPBELL STREET, QUEANBEYAN. Patients attended to in the hospital or in their own homes. Terms, very mnoderate. T.L, 50. M. JOHNSTON, Manageress.
TO-DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. (Before Mr. R. C. McKenzie, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
TO-DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. (Before Mr. R. C. McKenzie, J.P.): DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. 'MICHAEL PATRICK -MAXWELL was charged with being drunk in Monaro Street on Thursday, 25th instant. He pleaded not guilty. Constable McNeely stated,: About half:past one yesterday afternoon Mr. Powell, postmaster, came to the lock up and asked me to come and remove the defendant, Maxwell, from the office. I said, What is he doing? .I went there and saw defendant attemp ting to write on a sheet of foolscap: He looked round when we entered the office doorand said in a very-loud tone, I'll report you. He ad. dressed>the words to Mr. Powell. Mr. Powell then asked me to remove him. from the post office. I asked him to ,go. quietly. He said he wouldn't and was going to report Mr. Powell.. I then caught him:by the arm and took him otit on the footppth in Monaro Street. Advised him to go away quietly. He said, You don't know who you are talking to, I am a tart of Maxwell & Co. Again ad vised him to go a...