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Church Notices. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, CANBERRA March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Church Notices, ST.-JOHN;THE BAPTIST, CANBEIRRaI March 14. Canberra 11 a.m.., Harvest Thanksgiving. Preacher, Ven. Archdeacon Bartlett Canberra, 7.30 p.m. Gundaroo, 11 a.m.. Harvest Thanksgiving. Sutton, 11 a.m., Harvest Thanksgiving. Power House, 73.0 p.m. Rev. F. G. WYard.
Postal Information. TIME Table of the Arrival and Closing of Mails at Queanbeyan Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Postal Infor mation:. 'rIM: Table of the Arrival and Closing of Mails at Queanbeyan Post Office. S .ARRIVALS. Sydney, Melbourne, I'.P.O. No. i,.T.P.O. No. 2, Goulburn, Yass, Bungeudore, Mon, day, 5 a.m.; Tuesday to aturday inclusive, 5.30o a.m." Cooma, Niinmitabel, Umeralla, Michel ago, Williamsdale, Royalla, -daily, 9.35 .p.m., (Sundays excepted). Ainslie, Gtiuuderra, Hall, Jeir, Murrum batemen, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satar-. days. 4.50 p.m (by coach). Mondays, 5 a.m., Wednesday and Fridays, 5.3o a.m. by train. Majura, Tuesday 4.50o p.m., Saturday zo a.u. Thamrwa. daily (Sunday excepted) 6.xo p.m. Gudgenby, Monday, 6.Io p.m. Canberra, Duntroon, daily, (Sunday ex. cepted), 6 p.m. Amungnula,Sutton, Gundaroo, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, r p.m., (by coach). Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 5.30o a.m. (by train). Uriarra, Cotter Junction, Monday, Wed nesday and Friday, 6 p.m. Brindabella, Monday and Friday, 6 p.m. Burra, Wednesdays and Saturdays 4.30 p.m., (by coach) ; Tuesdays an...
Garden and Field Calendar for March. (B A. Lansdowne, Goulburn). [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Giarden- and Field Calendar S for March. (B A. Ianadowne, Gouib?n). The February .iyeath?ei' was :as we expected. Soni flood falls did haim in" places,..but where 'our .advice =re waterways, etc., was followed not much damage resulted. The. short age of water supply,' s often felt, ycould largely be avoided if the .tne and labour expended 1 in carting water were devoted to making dams and digg'ng wivaterholes. :All land possible" should" be .-well and :deep. ly worked, well manured;, and crop ped with. some ..useful-,ariety of, fod der All f'ood supples will be scarce and 'dear,: ad it will::be impossible to hav'e too. great a supplr. Never butrn stubble or any litter .that can, be :ploughied in. Our soils ?muich need .humus; 'Never, let i.weeds 'go to seed. In'dications' are for.. further monsoonal rains and thunder Iweath. er moie flood falls likely; much sea 'breeze; a d some 'storms and squalls; :hot'at times, but early 'frosts may KITCHEN GARDEN. 7 ?;:Sw turnips, cabbage of i s...
They Stir the Liver. NO REMEDY AS POTENT AS DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
They Stir the Liver. NO REMEDY AS POTENT AS DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. "I-saw by advertisement that Dr. Morse's Indian Root :Pills -were re commended for, Indigestiou," writes Nurse Evelyn Nelson, dof 44 Belmore Street,;tRozello, N.S.W.,-"and decided to give them a - trial .being, a great sufferer from that malady. I was so bad that I, could scarcely eat any thing, and -frequently ,felt in the mnorning,' pains between. the shoul ders and had no disposition to. rise for my Hliousehold- duties'. until I un derwent a course of Dr. Morse's In Sdian Root Pillfs.. I:can faithfully: as sert :that -I have, derived. ;a great', amount of beneflLt. ad have none of :the former: symptoms which .:aused :: me soniucli?'trouble in the piast. i1 always keep-them for.use in case of need; and rsommehd them frequeut lyto others`. You have my consent " to use this testimony for publication." The climate' of Australia- is such that the Liver gets out of order .quicker than.any other organ of the Sbod...
War Food Fund. Federal Territory Section. £1000 SUBSCRIBED. ANOTHER SPORTS MEETING TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
WIVar Food FulltL. Federal, Territory 'Section. £1000 SUBSCRIBED. ANOTHER SPORTS .MIEETING . " TO BE HELD.:. A GENERAL meotingin connection with the above fond was'held at the Amne.:' ment. Hall, Acton, last Friday evening with the object of receiving the hon. oiary.treasurer.'s ieport and.to decide: what steps, if any, were to' be taken to specially contribute to tle relief of the Belgians. ' The meeting' was a very large anid representative one. "The hon. treasbure, 'repot ted that the con tiributions up to date amonuted to more than £1?000, which had. beeu remitted" rto the Chamber of, Commerce War Fiod Fund. These contributions in. ulnded somle £140 from the Home Affairs ' Staff and employees engaged at Jervis Bay;i. also the-proceeds from the patriotio sports iheld at Caiberrae last' October. It was. decidedl that a uircularr be issued throughout the'Terri[; tory and TJervie.Bny giving full inforl rmatiori iespecting the ,excellent resdlts which had been attained and respect in...
Cricket. FEDERAL CUP COMPETITION. DUNTROON v BRICKBATS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Cricket. FEDERAL CUP COMPETITION. DUNTROON v- BRICKBATS. TuE return match of the competition was played on Saturday laeston the ground of the former club and resulted in a win for Duntroon by 34 runs. For the winners Fleming batted briskly and Muir found the spat taking S wickets for 18 runs, Long more and Pali bowled well for the 'Bats. The same teams meet next Saturday at Duntroon for the 3rd round. Scores: DUNTUOON. Forrest, std Lea, b Longmore ......... 1 Fleming, std Lea, b Pola ..........,..... 42 Young, run out ...................... O Hlebblewhite, std Lea, b Pola ......... .1 Archer, l.b.w. bhLopgmore...... .... 3 Muir, b Pola ................. .,..... 12. Smith l.b.w. b Polk .. ...... ...... l.0. O Fitzpatrick, b Pola ............. ... 3 Whipp. b Longmore ..................... 1 Du l met, Keir, b bola ............ 0O Farrtr, nQt out .,..... ........ . . .0, Sundries ..6.:........;..... 6 Total .78 BHRICKBATS. Longmoro, Muir ,:..........,.,......... , O West, a Fleiiung, b ...
A HEAVY FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
A HEAVY FINE. SAt the, Goulburn Police Court yes terday morning' three youths, all of whom. were -17 .years of, age, were each fined £4 for stealing about 18 water melons from an orchard at North Goulburn. The prosecutor said, he had- suffere~d serious losses, and he ?asked/ the bench to inflict the-heaviest penalty allowed by law; Half the fine goes to the prosecutor. A BUSH shire, called Murrunwprrah, with headquarters at some place named Demondrille, is circularising the shires of this State with a rather unique circulrar. It wants the Coun cils to line up and elbow all young fellows out of a steady job into the fitiug line. It demands that the police shall go around and collect their names, and that the courts, instead of sending them to prison, shall orier them to the front. Ap patently this Demondrille concern has € bad attack of nerves. One wonders what its .roads are like, that. it has time and money to spend on Th unmi t at'td Toimmyrtit.--Bau
A FATAL FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
- A ,FATAL FIRE. The residence and private hospital ot Nurse Turner was totally destroy; ed by- fire .on Thursday-night. Hers husband, Mr.' A. J. Turner,'who oc. cupied the. position of shire inspec. tar, was badly burned wkhils rlecit ing his two older children. Their inf'ant daughter, 16 months old, was burned to death, the re mains being recovered on Friday morning. One 'patient, .with a baby a lew hours old, was rescued as tke tm fi `lJmtift artehti :heir.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
'For the Blood is the Life." Its oui 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, Bolls, 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. hlrkce' +N EIooId 1 Iixtulreo is, just such a medicine; it is composed of ingredients which quickly attack, overcome, and expel from the?blood all inipurities (from whatever cause arising), and' by,...
Queanbeyan Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Queaubeyan Rifle Club. Ox Friday night last, the officers of the local Rifle Club were in attendance at the Council Chambers for the purpose of receiving new minembers. Amongst those present were Aid. C. T. Campbell, Messrs. J. B. Young. H. G. Colman, J. S. 'Davison, J. Venables, W R Buckley. W. Tierney, R; Smith, B. W. Thomas and seve at of the local riflemen. The chair was occupied by Capt. R. Thomson. Mr. A, LYoppin explained the working of the Rifle Club as follows :-The Queanbeyan Rifle Club was formed some 15 years ago, and was composed of active and honorary members. Active memhers became attached to a unit for Home Defence on sign ing an attestation forim. Active members pay a fee of 5/- a year in advance, an'd are entitled to take part in all shooting and drill. Honorary members paid a fee of 5/- in advance It is imposible under the present pressure to let every man have a rifle, as the'Government do not possess sufficient, but we hope this difficulty will be over come very...
THE MOST WONDERFUL BOOK IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
r liE MOST WONDERFUL' S BOOK IN THE WORLD. By Pastor Russell. Text: "Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that ncedeth not to lae asian:ed. rigc-tiy dividing the Word of Truth'. til. Tuim. ii. 15). \\e art all sadly aware that not many Cbhrstmans have the full assurance of faith tmenti;cid In the Scriptures., the speaker .ald luidred, we must all admit that the great imajuiity are losing not only their f.ath, but atlo the basis of faith. For yeara t.te p.cat colleges of Christendom :.ave bout un.dernmi;:ng faith .by undermin im thiie f:ible. While they do not make an attack p::r fiaith itself, yet they proceci to d:, tihe .ry same work that t btrt In:'e, -dll oril T;:orimas Paine tried to acvn. ,hah to i: minini confidence in the Biblk t. th: \t old of God. That confidence 1, . .:y .i.;.. of all faith. f.· : f r lde o.a rtratcd that those whý : a t;c iV oril of (:od ' a' .i:, ..-.n fr whatever it ..L :at:i e guess of t. t r .. . t , : li. 1. , -1 .,I , !; ;.ii . ,v :, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
WE SELL WOOL and are selling brokers only. Our business success depends solely on our abi ity 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. AVE CAMPBELL.--Mother anxious to hear from you, write soon; c/o ay Post Office. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited until SATURDAY NEXT March 13, for SCRUBBING about 120 acores. Apply, MRS. C. U. O'HANLON, Queanbegan MR. F. W. MATHEWS5 H AS secured rooms opposite the Triumph SHall and close to the Banknf N.tl.W., and is prepared to receive PUPILS-for TUITION, in Piano, Violin, etc.;,and Sing. tig. Terms moderate. Pianos tuned and repaired. '. - .... Municipality of Queanbeyan TENDERS IFOR -LICHTINC STREET LAMPS., T ENDERS end rsed and ...
Orange Blossoms. LAND—BRATTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Orange Blossoms. LAND-BRATTON. ON Wednesday afternoon, Ioth Feb ruary, a wedding was celebrated at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, the cont acting parties being .ilderman Henry Thomas Land, eldest son of the late Mr. E. H. Land of Queýin beyan, and Miss Martle. Bratton, daughter of Mr Thomas Bratton of Narandrra. The' officiating clergy man was the Rev. ?. C. Beck. The bride wore a dainty gown of hand embroide-ed tulle and crepe-de-chine trimmed with orange blossom, the train being made of rucked tulle over flesh-coloured crepe ninon edged with limerick lace. The tulle veil worn was kindly lent by the bride's sister. The Misses Daphne Bratton and Clara Land, sisters of the bride and bridegroom, were present as brides maids and looked becoming in white embroidered frocks with pink sashes and wore dainty hats of tulle trimmed with pink ribbon and posies. Mr. Cecil Land, brother of the bride groom, acted as best man. After the ceremony the bridal party and guests assembled at -Sargent...
A LAW-DEFYING PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
A LAWDEFYING^ PRACTICE: DnAR Stia,-:;I :should` like* to diaw your attention-to the ever-increasing number of'the residents of this dis. trict who for some unknown reason, so -habitually indulge in the thoughtlessly 'foolish practice of driv ing along our roads during the night without carrying on their vehicles the. necessary lighting equipment. These people have for a long time been quite a menace to the remain ing tiight.'travellers who do respect the law and. indicate by a light their presence on the road. -Only on Saturday night .last .was I driving along the Yass Road towards Quean beyan, when I failed through the narrowest margin possible, to collide with several vehicles displaying no lights.- Had I been of the same selfish disposition as the drivers- of these vehicles, none of us could have seen the other approach and a very serious accident. might have hap pened. I have often been puzzled why owners of vehicles don't take pride in their possessions and see that their turno...
Correspondence. WE do not necessary identify ourselves with opinions expressed by our correspondents. THAT SHIRE MEETING. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Correspoldelic e. WV do not necessary identify ourselves with opinions expressed by our correspondents. THAT SHIRE MEETING. (To the Editor). HULLO, there, sez I, as I sees me noble Sandy a talking to the Mayor t'other day I "Phat in the divil does yer want to be in sich company these days, don't yer know Sandy that Misther Badgerie is on the warpath, bedad. J.I ken, seez. Sandy he's the mon for the bawbees, be dad, seez I. 'Phat do yer mean; Sandy ? Och, dinna ye ken, he's getting the boys with the Scotch accent, the braw laddies who growed on porritch, to meet in the kirk anent the doings of one Jeremiah Kaffe. Mon, its a very serious matter, de ye ken, Moike. I smelt the brimstone out the Burra .way, t'other day. Yer see, Moike, Mister Kaffe has been touching up the gentry one way an another, and like Bruce they had a meetin and watched the way the spider went. And what der yer think happened, Moike. Well, they had a meetin a GRAND meetin, no Dunville whisky and water meetin-but a...