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Sporting. THE TURF. MONARO RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Sporting. THE TURF. MONARO RACE CLUB. Tas annual meeting of the Monaro Race Club opened yesterday. The at tendance was "only fair. 'The fields were also small. Mr. N. Devlin (stipendiary ste ) was 'present, Mr. W. Benson the starter and Mr. W. Warner sre present in his official capacity as sta endiary deteotive. Results : Opening Handicap of £18; 2nd horse £2; 6 furlongs. T. Crowe's Mesmer, (Allat), 8.9 .... .... ... 1 A. N. Forster's All Shame, (Blomfield), 6.9 ... ... 2 Ouly two started. Won easily. Betting : 4 to 1 on. - Novice Handicap at £10; 2nd horse. £1; 6 filongs ; for all horses at time of starting never having won a prize. H. Stanley's Furlette, 8.11... 1 T. Crowe's Orie, 8 5 ... 2 Only. two runners. Cooma Cup of £40; 2nd horse £4; bandicap; 1 mile. A. Williams's Colin, 9.0, (A. Hyland)'........ 1 C. J. Yen's Sweet Olga 7.7, (Blomfield) .,. I... ,,, 2 Betting: 4 to 1 on. Time Handicap Trot of £10; 2nd horse £1; in saddle or harness; 1 miles. F. E. Body's 0 Why G, 32 sees ...
Patriotic Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Patriotic Concert. By special req nest, the child ren's Concerf (which was given a little while back in aid of the Methodist Church) was re staged on Friday night last in aid of the Patriotic Fund. There was a good attendance and the youngsters acted their various parts in an excellent manner. The promoters, (Mr. and Mrs' A. G. Noble), as usual worked -hard for the success of the Con cert and owing to unforseen circumstances substitutes for. several of the principal parts. had to be found and tutored up, Amongst these were Master F. Kaye who took Master Frank Noble's place in "The Eutente Cordiale," " The Awkward Squad," and the " Three Tramps " in character. Con sidering the short time Master Fred Kaye had for practicing he acquitted himself very cred itably. Another substitute was Miss Lockie Jordan, who ap .peared as Dr. Sunlight in the Cantata, " Soot and the Fairies." This little dot also took her par't well and sang splendidly. Miss Reta Hinel sman made an ex bellent Maid of H...
A BUSINESS RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
A BUSINESS RETROSPEOT. AT .thc.commhencenente of another year each one of us may proftably -indulge in a retrosject of our actions during the previous 12 months, and carefully consider; whether there is not-room for improvement during the current year, as, of all things, it is essential that the tools and implements which we. use should be of the best quality obtain able. What- chance of success would our brave soldiers s who are fighting their country's battles in France and Belgium, have if they were. armed with obsolete and inferior weapo6is ? It is certainly, just as impontant to the husbandman who desires to receive the full profits of his labours, that all his tools and-implements sbould be of the best and most reliable obtainable. If he is dairying, and using some outside make of cream separator, or ;even a very- old pattern Alla Laval he should, with as little delay as possible, replace it by a modern "Alfa Laval'' If-twenty cows or ntore are milked the owner should instal a...
GERMAN SUBMARINES BELIEVED LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
GERMAN SUBMARINES. BE-. LIEVED LOST. A telegram from Christiania states that a Swedish steamer reports see ing a sinking vessel off Mandal, on Norwegian coast, 22 miles south wcat of Christiansanid. The vees:i was believed to be a German submarine. Another message comes: from Paris, where it is officially annouric ed that a French warship attacked a German submarine eight miles souitlr west of Cape Aiprech (south of Bou logne). Several shots hit the sub marine before she dived. Oil was afterwards seen at the, spot..
MERCHANT CRUISER MISSING [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
MERCHANTLCRUISER MISSING Great anxiety is felt for the satety of the Clan Macnaughton, a steamer of 4985 tons, belonging to Cayzer Irvine and Company, Limited, Glas gow. She was well known in the Australian trade. The Admiralty has issued a statement to the effect that the vessel, which has been com missioned as an armed merchant cruiser, has been mieming since Feb ruary 3. She had-a crew of 280 on /board. It is 'ieared That she has been lost in pL gale.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
IT COMBINES HAPPILY WITH AERATED WATERS A MEDICINAL TONIC BEVERAGE To obtain Good Bread USE A Dried Yeast C( mv ound for Farm and Station use cDRcIARMi " is. obtain(lrc Merchant Stresý G~our.th " 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 the sure result. Such oisease will appear in the form of Skin Eruptions,- Boils, Pimples, Blotches, Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Abscesses, Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Sores, Piles, Blood Poison, Rheumatism, Gout, etc. If you are suffering from any such complaint, what you want and what you must have to be per manently cured is a medicine that will get right to the root of your trouble, a medicine that will thoroughly free the blood of the poisonous impurities which alone are the true cause of all your suffering. C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
WE SELL WOOL and are selling brokers only. Our business success- depends solely on our ability to do well for customers. This is why growers find it desirable to consult us. The four original founders of the firm still actively manage it. They are assisted by specially trained expert departmental managers. Each client or enquirer secures the best attention and advice that can be given. Write us. Address letters, WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. Wool Brokers, Sydney CHARLES E. LEE, LAND AGENT, 25 O'Oonnell Street, Sydney. EVERY description of Land Agencu Workc attended to promptly by Corres pondencd. Forms for all classes of tennrsi filled in and lodged, and the necessary fees paid. COUNTRY LAND COURTS VISITED. LYONS & MOEWEN, GENERAL CONTRACTORS, SYDNEY, BEG to notify the Public of Queanbeyan and District that they. are Speoialists in SIGNWRITING, PAINTING. PAPER. HANGING, General Home Decorations, Shop Frpnts and Office Fitters. General Contractors and Designers. QUOTATIONS BY COMM...
Ford Cars. BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Ford Cars. BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES. FROM to-day Ford Cars, which have given so much satisfaction, and indeed which have gained fame as the univer- sal car, are to be sold at a big reduc- tion. We read some time back where the Ford people distributed something like two million pounds amongst their 20,000 employees. Now they have decided to give to every purchaser of a Ford Car also a bonus in the way of a handsome reduction in the price of their car, which means that you save £15 on the touring car, and £10 on the run- about. The Ford Motor Co. of Canada will manufacture 40,000 Ford Cars in the largest motor factory in the British Empire. One thousand Ford Cars were sold in New South Wales last &nbsp; &nbsp; year, and over sixty Ford Cars have been sold each month this year. The reasons are obvious. The car itself, the low purchase price, and last, but not least, the small upkeep expense. The Ford Car has proved itself time and again- proved that it is the most suitab...
Yarrowlumla Shire. PROPOSED ABOLITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Yarrowlumna Shire. PROPOSED ABOLITION. A FAIRLY representative meeting of ratepayers of the Yarrowlumla Shire Council, convened by Mr. M. Badgery of Burra,-was held in the Municipal Council Chambers on the evening of Saturday last. Each riding was represented, and a sprink ling of townsfolk were also present. An' apology was received from Messrs Smith Bros. who-expressed themselves in favour of the abolition of the Shire, as they considered it would be in the best Interests of the ratepayers and the public generally. Mr. A. J. Studdy, J.P., was elected to preside over the meeting, and called up .n Mr. M. Badgery to ex plain its object. Mr. B dgery, acting hon. secre tary to the movement, said he had convened the meeting to see what steps would be taken in regard to the Shire Council. At present the rev. enue derived from rates leaked away in expenses and the remaining por. tion of money left very little to be expended on the tip-keep of.the roads. He proposed petitioning the Ministe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Anthony Horderns' For Everything GATEERED in the Pilty D - partments under one roof are the fruits of POREST and YAam. MWN7 and MI.L, all con verted into forms of use and beauty by the labour and genius of man. The world has been searched for all that ministers to the physical and mental uplift of society, and Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices ASSURE EXCELLENCE AND ECONOMY Oon try customers ordering through the post are treated in the same way as those buying at the counters. The same prices are charged, selections are made from the same stocks, and every thing sent to the country is care fully packed by experienced men. Write for Price Lists of any thing you want, post free on re quest. Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd., ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS NEW PALACE EMPORIUM BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY. Always on hand, P RIME eCHAFF, MAIZE (Oracked and Whole) OATS. WHEAT, RYE, etc. FLOUR, BRAN & POLLARD POTATOES, ETC, All Produce Bought and Sold for Cash. Highest Cash Price given for...
Queanbeyan Age, WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED QUEANBEYAN TIMES, BUNGENDORE MIRROR AND CAPTAIN'S FLAT MINER TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
WITH WVHICII.ARE INCORPORATED -QU.ANDETAN TIMES, JBUNGENDORE MIRROR AND CAPTA INKS FIAT MINER TUESDAY. MARCH 2, 1915. Current Topics. The Course of-Prices.-One can imagine an optimistic Min ister, saying with a sigh of re lief, when the Necessary Com modities Control Commission was appointed, " Thank good ness, that's settled! I1 The de niand of the working man was acceded to, a body was created which was to have full power to control the course of trade, and the bugbear. of high pt ices was to be effectually laid. Need less to say nothing of the kind has happened, prices of neces saries continue to rise; the "" working man ' is more sus picious and discontented than. ever he was; and Ministers are badgered, not merely because of the alleged extortions of traders, but because of the (also alleged) inefficiency of the COnm mission which was appointed in deference to popular clamor. All these factors were brought into strong relief by the depu tation from the Sydney Labour Council whi...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Wedding A. QUIET but pretty wedding was solemnised in St. Saviour's Cathedral, Goulburn at 12.80 on Wednesday after— noon,when Miss Annie Ada Rickett , was married to Mr. Michael Sylvester Gallagher, eldest son of Mr. James Gallagher, both of Bungendore. The Rev: Canon Carver performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by Mr. John- Harriott (her brother-in-law), was, gowned in ivory crepe de chine, trimmed with shadow lace and pearls, with the customary wreath and veil. She wore a gold brooch, the gift of the bridegroom, her gift to the bridegrooom being a pair of gold sleeve links. Miss Elsie Harriott, neice of the bride, was brides— maid, and was. attired in hailstone muslin with hat to match. Her gift from the bridegroom was a gold brooch. Mr; John Gallagher was best man. The breakfast was held at Costley's tea rooms, where the usual toasts were honoured. Many presents were re— ceived. The bride's, travelling dress was saxe blue crepe de chine. The honeymoon is to be sp...
BRAIDWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
BRAIDWOOD RACES. ' The entries for the Braldwood Cup and Town Plate, although not as nu merous as might have been expected, are nevertheless very satistac'ory, and should make a couple of very in teresting races. All the horses en gaged have good performances be hind them, and are likely to all go to the post. The short races will-at tract larger fields. Advices have been received from all. quarters of horses coming for, these events. All that is required to make the meeting successful is an inch of rain to soften the track, which has become rather hard in parts owing to the spell of dry weather.' Owners are reminded that entries for the minor events close on Wednesday night next. Follow lng are the entries for the. two prin cipal races : BRAIDWOOD CuP.-9 furlongs. Mrs. W. Box's b g Lucky Bill. M. Sherd's b g Handcuff. T. M. Royd's b g Dyor. - T. M. Royd's ch m Cumber Lass G. Massy's b m Queen May. E. Clarke's bI g All Satin. J. J. Louis's b im Queen of the Mount.. T. Blunt's bl h L...
A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
A Correction. Ir. Friday's issue of the Aon a para graph appeared to the. effect, that Messrs. Woods Bros. of Gib altar, Th-arwa, had issued a writ against the Commonwealth Government, in connection -with the voluntary re sumption of their, estate. As there is no foundation, whatever, for '-this statement and the information on which itjwas published -was utterly tiunreliable and inacurate, 'we 'regret that our columns were the medium of its publicity- Messrs. Woods Bros. are annoyed that such -a- state ment should have been made and we at once give it contradiction through the same channel in which it-was'er roneously published.
Scalded by Boiling Fat. MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FIND ZAM-BUK A SPLENDID HEALER. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Scalded by Boiling Fat. MorTER AND DAUGHTER FIND ZAMi-BUK A SPLENDID HEALER. Mns. M, SEYtoun, Goderiub-street, East Perth, W.A., says:= " Whilst cooking I upset a pan of hot fat and scoalded my foot. " For weeks the foot presented a horrible appearance, and I was kept awake night after night suffering in tense pain. The doctor could give me no ease, and the inflammation spread until it gpt right up into the knee and disabled me. Whilst laid up in this state I saw Zam-Buk advertised, and having before heard of its great healing power I decided to try a pot. Zanm Bak acted like magic in soothing the pain. I progressed rapidly and as I per. severed with Zam-Buk, and in a couple of weeks the foot and leg were made thoroughly sound again. " Anotlters instance of Zam-Buk's healing occurred when my little niece had her finger end cout off in a sausage machine. We first thought of taking her to the doctor,; but then, having a pot of Zam-Buk handy, we, used it. Zam.Buk so improved the appear...
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Slortihig. A.. Hyland,wwho rode four winners in the two days' racing-at Tumut last week had a bad fall; from wliich lie was lucky to ;,emerge scathless. He was riding Elvira's Daughter in the Newmarket Handicap on the first day, and when racing near the four furlongs post the Newhaven filly ap peared to put her foot in a hole, and came down in a heap. Hyland landed on his head, btit beyond a shock he sustained no injury. P. Hoysted, whilst riding Fitzmack in. the T. C. Handicap, got jammed on to the rails passing the stand the first time round, again at the back-of- the course -his foot struck the rails.. On returning to scale it was found ,that .Hoysted had sustained some nasty abrasions about the fight ankle, and the; boot had to-be cut opeix to remove it from the swollen leg. After the. injuries had been dressed .by a- doctor. Hoy. sted kept his engagement in a later race.
Bishop Barlow. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Bishop Harlow. Breaor BARLOW, of Goniburn, visited Cooma on Sauday and dedicated the reredos, altar rails, and three stained Klass windows recently presented to St.. Paul's Anglican Church by various parishioners. This will be the Bishop's last visit to Cooma, as lie is retiring on account of .ill-health. Mr. R. Fitzpatrick of the R.M.C. was married on the 27th instant at Mary's Cathedral Sydney, to Miss A. McCarthy of London. Mr. Fitz patrick is well known in the district as a good sport. Last season he played full-back for the Duntroon Soccer Club, the victors of the Can. berra District League. A meeting of the local ambulance class will be held at the Queanbeyan Railway 'Station on Saturday, 6th instant, at 7.30 p im. when the awards won last year will be distributed and Mr. John Monk will' give a short lecture on how to render first aid. All are cordially invited. The Gpvernment will- not interfere with persons who desire to exhibit wheat at the various country shows," said the ...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 2 March 1915
Personal. AMONGST those who passed the intermediate examinations, re cently held, we are pleased to notice that Miss Mary Chap man, elder daughter of our Fed eral Representative, made an excellent pass at St. Vicent's College, Potts Point, Sydney. Austin Chapman's son Jim, has been promoted to the rank of Sergeant at the Royal Mili tary College, Diuntroon; while his brother Jack is to be p esen ted with a gold medal, and also have his name inscribed on the College Silver Shield, as the first bayonet champion-, of the Federal Capital. Austin Chapman has received a letter from his nephew, Ru pert. Chapman, who is with Colonel - Ryrie's A.L.H. in Egypt. He reports all well and that Major Rutledge of Bun gendore; is leader of their squad ron, while H. Maddrell of Braid wood, is troop leader. Rupert has been promoted to the rank of Sergeant, and writes they are :all anxious to have a brush with the enemy. His Lordship Bishop Barlow, left Goulburn on Wednesday. for Cooma, where lie is sta...