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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
To obtain Good Bread USE "DRIBARM" A Dried Yeast Compound for Farm and Station use " DRIBARM" is obtainable Merchants, Stores, Grocers. WANTED. .20 .Tons' of Rabbit Skins. A.LSO FOX SKINS 'in .any quantity. Highest +price given. Bulk store, rear of Protestant Hall. W. E. OLDFIELD. ECZEIA. A Wonderful Testimony to CLEMENTS TONIC Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS, 256 Conger Street, Adelaide, South Australia, who suffered from Eczema for eight years and endured the most terrible agony, writes of her cure and says " Your medicine has been a blessing to me." " Your medicine has been a great blessing to me. I suffered with Eczema for eight years; my legs were swollen to ano awful size. and were covered with watery blisters that would keep on breaking. During all that time I was con fined to my home, NEVER BEING OUT EXCEPT WHEN TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL. THEY DECLINED TO TAKE ME IN, AND PRONOUNCED ME INCURABLE. Your medicine was recommended to me by Nurse Grace, who said it was a splendid blood purifier,...
The Courts. STEALING. (Before Mr. C. T. Campbell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
The Courts. STEALING. (Before Mr. C. T. Campbell, J.P.) AT the Police Court on Wednesday Flora McKellar, a young actress, was charged with that she did at Cooma, on or about the 1gth instant, steal one lady's skirt, one lady's lace collar, and one gold bar brooch, the property of Violet Bartley of the value of £z/ro ; also that she did steal one lady's crepe-de-chine blouse and skirt the property of Elsie Smith of the value of 'r. Mr. F. P. Woodward appeared for the accused. Constable McNeely stated that at about 9.3o this morning in company with Constable Brown I saw the ac cused at Wilson's Boarding House in Crawford Street, Queanbeyan. I said, Can I have an interview with you ? She replied, Yes. We went into the front room and I said, You are not frightened are you ? She replied, Yes; I know what you are after. I said, what? She said After that brooch. Constable Brown then said, Have you got that brooch ? She replied, No, I never saw the brooch. Constable Brown then said, Do you ...
The Vacant Portfolio. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
'The VacanUt,: Portfolio. MR. GXEoRGr:c -BLACK,- member for Namoil;..as elected as the,'neivM in ister by the Labor cauctis;, after :a strenuotus exliaustive =ballot. :He won on tlihe fiualballodt by a iargin of only, three votes S-It is probable Mr; Black?will be given the':pbrtfolio-of Agriculture,: and thatnlMr. Ashford will -be per-. manently transferred tb the :Lands Department. . :Mr. Black- is a wellknown and able "journalist;, whoen his earlier years saw a good' deal of .the i:rough' side of bush life. -He was for some years on the editorial staff of the Bul- letin. Mr. Black has 'been :many years in Parliament, with one con siderable break, and has rendered very great service to the cause of his party. He is unquestionably one of the ablest and most cultured mem bers of the party, and he has always been a fearless and loyal champion of the cause of labor. He. was con sidered to have been .very, shabbily treated by the Caucus; in having to wait so long for his :portfolio. Ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 26 February 1915
AN OrD NURSE FOR CHILDREN, "Mrs.' Winslow's Soothing Syrup " for children teething. Should always be used for children while teething. It soothes tha child, softens the gums, allays all pain, curos wind colic and is the best remedy for diar rhcma. Directions for using Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup.-For a child under one month old, 6 to 10 drops; three months one half a teaspoonful; six months old and up wards, a teaspoonful three or four times a day. For diarrhcea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges is changed for the bbtter. Sold vdrdwhere. . Commonwealth of Australia. s Department of Home Affairs, Melbourne. ' 'ENDERS will be received until .noon 1 on Monday, 8th March, 1915. for the i- following work:- QUEANBEYAN POST In OFFICE, Repairs and Renovations. Speaci ,e fications may be seen and tender forms obtained at the otice of the Works Director 1e for New South Wales, Customs House (4th m floor), Sydney, also at the District Works o Offic...
The Castlereagh Defeat [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
The Castlereagh Defeat Is conformity with the decision of the F. and S. A.'s conference, the farmers of the Castlereagh electorate contested the by-election without admitting alle giance to or seeking the support of any other political body. It was the first opportunity that occured since the conference carried its fated resolution -the first to put to the test the effec tive power of the organisation-and the result has been a complete defeat. And yet the F. and S. A. was quite right in launching forth on its own craft. The occasion bold out every inducement to offer battle to the caucus. For four years that body had been op pressing the primary producers by bad land legislation, by excessive taxation, and increased railway charges; while its administration of the public finances, its day-labour system, prodigal expen diture, and class social and industrial legislation stamped it as the worst Government the country had ever ex perienced. But when it confiscated the farmer's wheat cr...
Indigestion CAUSED CONSIDERABLE SUFFERED WONDERFUL RESULTS FROM A COURSE OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
.olrf~.:: f.OO T P LLB. lAfcr a sc: t at:.Catf Iihlutua t'c f'over I was a martyr to Jnd tes tCin," ,writL3 AIr. Gcowgc Samitcl 1'amijniu, Orcencrccur, of 200 Wcston lii, lto::oill, ff.S.1., "and my en tire system became - doranged. IHc:dachca I had badly, and I wculd be canutirnatd fora'- week at a s:trotch. After cating, a heavy burn ing lump weuld settle in mly chest; the pain was distressing, and I had a stutted up sansatlon as if I wasA choking. Thncugh- my Indigestion I was so Incapacitated that I would have little or. no rest for a week, and it was utterly impossible to pertorm my duties. After taking Dr. MIorse's Indian Root Pills I was relieved of, all signs of Indigestion; my bowels were coon, put Into perfect working order and they now act as regularly as they should. I find a decided im provemont in my health. I have tried many medicines, but- have; found none -as good a corrective as° Dr. Morso's-Indian Root Pills. I may.. also add to this testimonial (which may bo publ...
Railway Mens' Union. 24TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Railway Mens' Union. 24Thi ANNUAL, CONFERENCE. TEs 24th annual Conference of the Amalgamated Railway and Tramway Service Association was held at the Association's Head Office, Sydney, on 15th, 16th and 17th inst. It was the largest conference. of any one union in Australia. Nearly 7o dele gates were credentialled from the various branches throughout the State. The general secretary (Mr. Claude Thompson) in his second an nual report stated that the history of his Association during tle past year was remarkable. Starting tlie year as'an unregistered union, they amal gamated early in March secured re registration as an industrial union and immediately launched an organising campaign which was unprecedentally successful. The Amalgamated -As sociatlon which includes in its ranks all, grades of railway and tramway employees succeeded in obtaining sixteen increases in wages for sixteen distinct grades of skilled men, i6 in creases for unskilled or partially skilled men, while for twenty-on...
Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Sydney Wool Sales. LAST week's Sydney wool sales in. cluded the following local lots-JAB/ Burra (Queanbeyan), 6 A w at zod, 19 eat iogd, 12 xbe at z z zd, 17 xb at 1334d fair length, thin staple. free; Woden (Queanbeyan), 8 a f at 12d. good length, medium condition, slightly skirty ; IK (Michelago), 29 eat 123, 18 w at 12%d, xo h at 13d nice stap'e, medium condition, soft fine ; W/Nlanglo (Gundaroo), to w at 123d, fair staple and condition, skirty; Gordon/Manar (Tarago), 16 AAeat14 /d, 9 AA eat 14d, i AA we at 1434d, so AA w at 13/ 16 AA at 334d, 35 A weat 13d good staple and quality, well nourished ; Springs (Molonglo) 8 1st f w r4d; WB/BAL (Captain's Flat), 9 AA cons 1354d ; GB/B (Captain's Flat), 8 AA com 134d; JB/Y/Red Hill (Queanbeyan), 6 w h aigd ; LES/ Fairview (Queanbeyan), 21 1st corn e at 1434d (top price by one firm), 8 bell and pieces 7d, good length bright free,
Federal Resumption. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Fedeisal Iesmunption. TuH case beard before Mr. Justice Rich in the High Court on Friday last in which John Blundell* Jmr. of Wee Jasper and owner of certain land in the Federal Territory at Con dor, siied the Comnionweal h on a claim for compensation for th; ac quisitign of his land, The claim ;was for £725. The Judge in summing up said after reviewing the evidence he:had come to the conclusion' that the offer of the Commonwealth, £370. .was fair and equitable ,ind gave a verdict for the amount offered. Th defendant was ordered to pay costs of the case. IThe plainiriffs cave was conducted by Mr. JamsI andt Mr. Brdckenridge, instructed tjy Messrs: Cape; Kent and Garden, agents for Mi. D'Arcy Buckniall of Ysas. Mr. Casnpiell K.C., 'with him Mr. Pike; (instructed by, the Commonwealth. Crown. Splicitor). rebresented thee Minister for- Home Affair'and itle Cod ion wealth:.,
GININDERRA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
GININDERRIA OTES. IteL comnwt other: centres throiughout the State a move is being made to establish a rifle club. Much enthusiasm prevails. amongst the ioung men of the distsict and every thing points to a strong and success ful club being established. A; presentation is to be made to Mr. and Mrs. Tlhornton on or about; the 15th March. Theonommittee of the Farmers' Union have the iatter well in hatd and the:date of-the pre sentation will be advertised iu the local press. ; Mr P. Bourke, Yass, representing the military authorities,-is to be pre sent at the local show ground on the 4th instaint for the purpose of pur chasing suitable cavalry and artillery horses for war purposes. The classes required are well-known and owners would do well to bring them along for inspection. - Kathleen Morris, the only candidate presented from the local school passed the qualifying examination. Rain is badly needed t6 promote the growth of winter herbage, otherwise the outlook is seriots for large st...
Triumph Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Tri iiilh Pictures LovERs of; cinematography are re minded that toee benefit to be-;given by Mr. W. B. Freebody to the widow of the late Mr; .T. " Bainbridge takes; place in-the Triumph Hall to-night; and full proceeds are to be hanided over. A. fine programme of specially selected films has been secured and special provision is being made for thb seating accomniodation. A large crowd should be present to support, 1o worthy a cause. The Quean. beyan Town Banudwill play. in front of the' hail prlbr to the comnmeuceinent of the entertainment.
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSO1'S VISIT.' *THE welIknowvn firm of Ernest Bosch, Con. sulting Opticians of Martin Place and Pitt street, Sydney, who have been visiting this tvown 'for the past ten years, writes :" On account 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, not directly, but in such a manner as to mislead and make believe that they. are representing We. Remember that this firm can only be consulted at Harrison's Hotel, QueaTbeyan, on dates advertised. DATE OF NEXT VISIT,- TUESDAY MARCH- 9th. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
T. P. MAXWELL & CO., Stock & Station Agents, AUCTIONEERS. SALESMAN-T. P. MAXWELL. 'Phone 10. TRUST MONEY TO LEND. MR. 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. ILL visit BUNGENDORE every se. cond and fourth Wednesday in each month. Gundaroo every third Wednesday in each month. Hall every first Wednesday. PRIVATE HOSPITAL, CAMPBELL STREET, QUEANBEYAN. Patients attended to in the hospital or in their own homes. Terms, very moderate. TEL. 50. M. JOHNSTON, Manageress. FOR SALE, SDRAUGEIT HORSE. CART and HAR. ..NESS ; 1 light MARE, SULKY and NESS; 1 draught MARE and FOAL. For further particulars apply, Mrs. T. BAIN BRIDuE, Queanbeyan. RETURN THANKS. RS. T110S. BAINBRIDGE and FAMILY' desire to return their sin cere thanks to all kind friends and relatives for exppressions of sympathy in thei...
BRITAIN'S RESOURCES WILL WEAR GERMANY OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
'BRITAIN'S RESOURCES WILL \WEAR GERMANY- OUT. The `offialboserverA with the British Expeditionary Force or the I Continent qfiofes'frominan interest ing letter found on a German pris oner. The lettex e'xpressed the fear ;that Great Britain',p resources would1 wear Germany out. The writer fear ed that Great Britain would start after. Christmas. "After we have fought so hard against Russia and France,' says the writer, "that 'we arc unable to do morej then the treacherous- English gang appears:'
Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Harvest Festival. Tni annual Harvest Festival of the Hall Methodist Church was celebrated on 4Sunday when the services were conducted by Mr. I Mowbray, a for mer pastor Splendid congregations were present on both occasions The church was beautifully decorated and the display of fruit, farm and garden produce, was the best for many years. Yesterday the festival was continued, and large crowds were present from all parts of the district The ladies were busy engaged at the refreshment stalls, and Mr. C. Brown was like. wise employed at the fruit stall. The `sale of the goods followed, Mr. J G, Harris, auctioneer of Queaubeyau, officiating. All the goods found ready sale, and five o'clock saw everything cleared. The entertain ment in the, evening found the build ing too smualllfor the people present. Rev. I. Mowbray occupied the chair. 'The programme of vocal and instru mental music was highly appreciated. Amongst the visiting artists was Mrs. Crago of Yass and Miss Jordan of Queanbeyan...
MORE VICTIMS OF SUBMARINES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
"MORE VICTIMS OF SUB MARINES. The Germans arc pursuing their campaign against merchant shipping, and more victims have 'been added the list. The steamer Oakley has been sunk in the English Channel. Herr crew vwere saved: Thp Government collier. Brank some Chine, 2026 tons, vas' attacked by a submarine and sustaiied danim age from a torpedo. The crew was saved. t' - I 'L 1 The collier Royparana was torpe oded by a German ,submarine - off . Eastbourne, on the coast of Su m x Thirty-one of the crew were saved
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Cricket. cricket. match on: Saturday last, Queanbeyan versus Power Rouse, played on .the latter's wicket; resulted in an easy win forQunoanbeyatr. The, visitors were enter. twined at afternoon tea. Scores: POWER HOUSE. Brandt. b Gribble . ...... Smith, h.o.w.. b Gribble 4 Lawson, b Johns . .... 7 Cavanagh, b Grlbble 'o...... 4 Navoau. b Johns ........... 11 Bottenbury, a .Cripps,'bGribble ,.. 1 Grady, b Johns ' Brilliant, a Bowen, b'John... Mahoney, b Gribble ..::.........;...... 8 Sayc, b Gribble .......... : Brown, not out .0. ..;. Sundries .. ......... .Total 37. QUEANBEYAN.' Moore, b Naveau ........ Crlpps, b Lawson ............ 27 Hinokeman, etp., b Sayce . .. . 42 Johns, b Sayce .... :.....:......: 1 Wobdward, b Brandt ........:..... 11 Gribble, b Sayce "i Iredale, o Sayce b Brilliant . 4 Johnson, b Sayce .................. Crowther, not out ,.1 Emery. b Brilliant ......... ......... 8 Sundries . ....................... 2 Niue wickoLa for ,.i... 110
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Rifle Shootiing. The-annual competition was continued on Saturday, conditions being. io shots at -7ooyds. The cash prizes were won by H. and J. Beatty., Results 7ooyds hp. Total EI Beatty 42 scr 42 J. Beatty 41 scr 41 T. Warren 39 scr 39 G.- Hately 38 scr 38 F. Cominss 35 3 38 C. Powell 34 3 37, - A Winner 27 6 33 Members of the rifle clubare re .minded that' the annual "nusketry course will commence on Saturday next, and Wednesday; 1Maorch loth: