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Queanbeyan Age, WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED QUEANBEYAN TIMES, BUNGENDORE MIRROR AND CAPTAIN'S FLAT MINER TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1915. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
WITH WVHIOH ARE INCORPORATED, QUEANBETAN TI?MEs, BUNONDORB MIRsRO ':AND CAPTAN's PLAT MINUSR : TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1915.: SCirrent 'lopics.. The Beginning of the End ? -The sudden. and .dramatic resignation• ofi Mr TCar michael of his position' ;as : Minister for Education took the public entirely by surprise. Mr. Hol-' man, the State Premier, 'says that he is-equally -astonished. It is remembered, however, that he could see no special signi ficance in the close 'irn whicl •was made by Mr. Stuart-Robert-. son tor .the portfolio6 'that was won by Mr. Black,?thiotigh Mr., Robertson declared 'that his candidatjire' was . a. ,protest against the manner in, which the Labor platform` -is 'being treated by the Government'. It is also remembered that Mr. Carmichael's resignation close ly followed the bid for Caucus support which was made by the Premier wheln he promised the Labor Council another Board to regulate prices, in Sydney. -Even :the.'Labor. men are by now suffciently-wide-awake to k...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Local and General. POLICE Court to-morrow. Tenders are invited in this issue for lighting the street lamps for one or three year. * a a *a Owners of gardens are complaining of sneak thieves raiding their fruit crops. Important property sale by Messrs T. P. Maxwell & Co. at Hunger ford's Hotel on Thursday. " The worst weather I have seen locally for 20o years," remarked an old resident yesterday It easily es tablished a record for wind.and.dust. The Braidwood Cup run on Friday was won by Dyor with Handcuff se cond and Queen May third: Dyor also won the Town Plate the follow ing day. * * .a- a Mr. F. W. Mathews is now-loca ted in rooms opposite the Triumph Picture Hall. " Fred." is a thor ough musician and has a laige num ber of pupils under his tuition. nutending 'exhibitors for the ap proaching show are' reminded that entries close to-morrow. The secre tary, Mr J ..G. Harris, will be in at endance at his office up to to p m. It is anticipated that the meeting convened by the...
DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The usual monthly meeting of the committee of management of the Queanbeyan Di.trict Hospital was heid in the School of Arts on Friday afternoon last. Present: Messrs. R. R. :Hetherington (pre sident) S. J.' Ryan, R. J. S. Fallick, E. E. Wicks, F. P. \Voodward, J. Cunningham and WV. A Deans (sec retary.) The minutes were .read and con firmed on the motion of Messrs. Ryan and Woodward. Apologies for 'non-attendance were received from Revs. D. C. Hughes and G. H. Hirst and Mr.-W. E. Gale Correspondence. The correspondence -was received on the motion of Messrs. Cunning ham and.' Ryan and dealt with. as follows: From Bruck. and Thomson,-advis ing the forwarding of a. sterilizer order.-Received. From A. J. Bowermant forwarding remittance of' 14/2,:, pait:ent's fees. -Received.. From Railway and Tramway Fund, enclosing cheque for £',7//, amount of bonus a2lotted to the Queanbeyan Hospita!, for year ending' Februaly 28, 1915.--Received. From W. tL. and H. O. Wills (Austra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
SArnsPhn-y Hsraarls" i' For Eve1rything G ATEE.D in the Pittl De partments under one roof are the fruits of FOI?EST and yAxM, ratr and ?IL., all con verted. into forms of use and beauty by the labour and genius of man. The world has been searched for - a that ministors to the physical and mental uplift of society, and Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices ASSURE EXCELLENCE AND ECONOMY Country - customers ordering through the 'post are treated in the same way as those buying at the couniters. The same prices - are charged, selections are made from the same stooks, and every- - thing sent:to the country is care fully packed by experienced men. Write for Price Hists of any thing you want, poest free on re quest. Anthony Hordorn & Sons Ltd., ONLY UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS -- EWW PALACE EMPRAIL :' RICKFIELD HILLSYDNEY. Always on hand, PRIME CHAFF, ,, MAIZE (Cracked and Whole) OATS. WHEAT, RYE, etc. FLOUR, BRAN & POLLARD POTATOES, ETC. All Produce Bought and Sold for Cash. Highest...
HALL DEFEATS QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
HALL DEFE A'TS-QUEANBIEYAN. HALL defeatedQueoanbeyatn on the loeal park on Saturday by 53 runs in the Federal Cup competition. QUEANBEYAN. Moore, e Winter, b Shumack 0... Cripps, b Lodger ... ... ... 4 Hlineksman, a Try, b Shuiuack ... 3 Johns, a Bull, b Shuinack ... ... 1 Roberta, b Shunack ... ... lowan, Shumank .. ... ... 2 Woodward, bShlumaok ... ... 2 uribblo, ae ell, b shumac ... 17 Ilirst, b Shum..ck ... ... ... 24 Hurley, run out ... ... ... 0 Iredalo, not out ... ...... 0 Total ... ... .... ... 58 HALL. Southwell, c Woodward, b Hurley 14 Shuuuck. b Gribblo - 3 J. Gribble, a Roberts, b Johns . 15, Ledger, b Grilln ... 1 E. Gribblo, b Hurley .. . 54 Curran, c Alooro, b Gribblo. .. 3 -Winter, o Moore, b Hlurley . .,.. 3 Roilly, b Gribble. . ....... 0 Try, a Johns, b IHirst ... ... 8 Hollingaworth, not out .. ... 6 Dell, c-Hiret, b Gribble ......5 Sundries . ... ?.. 1 Total ... ... ... ... 111 At a meeting of delegates hold at Canberra on 3rd instant it was decided to play a ha...
HANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
HANGED. A young German named Rottmann who murdered the three McCanns, was hanged at Wellington, N.Z., on Tuesday morning. While standing on the scaffold he said, "I know no- thing about what I have done to thesc poor people, and am willing to pay the penalty for the crime It does not appeal to me like a horrible, sentence, but as a great relief. I die happy, facing the great entrance to a better life. If the war had never taken place I would have been still a free man. May God forgive the man who caused my death and a great many more.
The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
The Markets. John Bridge and Company, Ltd., report:-- \ool--Our London agents cable: February sales closed 5th instant with the following advances in prices -Greasy merino 15 per coat., pisces 10 per cent., good scoured merino 15 to 20 per cent., fine crossbreds 5 per cent., medium' 7z to 10 per cent., coarse 7; to 10 per cent.. America buying largely. In Sydney a very. strong market prevails. Homebush Sales-Sheep:A moder ate supply forward, values for all descriptions, sh'ow:ng a decided rise "on late rates, crossbreds being in strong demand. Lambs also sold wed at increased rater. Cat le: We held a very successful auction sale at Moss Vale on February 27, when we disposed of about 1500 head of mixed- cattle at very satisfactory figures. A pleasing incident of the: sa'e (vas the disposal of a calf.which realised £1o/8/, this amout was handed to the Belgian Fund. City Yards-Pigs: A limited sup ply yarddl during the iveek compris ing all descriptions. Prime-quality bacon pigs ot fair...
Our Soldiers wan't More Xam-Buk. REMARKABLE LETTERS FROM THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Our Soldiers wan't MIore Xam-Buk. REMARKABLE LETTERS FROM THE TREscHEs. . LETTERa receivea4ru. the firing line in F'rance-and Belgium prove how india. peunsible Zum-Buk is to our gallant soldiers, not only for mending the cuts and bruises incidental to the hard life in the trenches, but also for healing their sore feet after long marches, and preventing frostbite and rheumatism. Lance:corporal'J. P. Delaney, a Die tinguished Conduct Medallist, of 2nd Royal Irish Regt., in a letter dated November 24th, says :-" A pot of Zam-Buk out here is like a loaf of bread toastarving man. On the retreat from Mons we had a forced match of 37 jiles and not a man who used Zam-B1ok on his feet fell out. I can slfely rec sm mend Zam.Buk to every one as being the best healer on the market. Private E. Westfield, No. 9696, "C" Company, 3rd Worcesters, which regi mnet Sir John French singled out for special praise, writes from the trenches on Dec. 7th:-" I wish we had some more Zam-Buk sent out from home...
Fellows of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 9 March 1915
Fellows: of .Australia A RA Rn writes :"?"Have you read Fellows of ::Australia,".' in* ; which there is a stron?g.hiut to. our! younr Sellows to histle some and ?help the Etnpire; It runs :--J Fellows of Australia, ' Blokes, ,coves, and coots,;? Shiftyer bally'carcases,',_ : Move yer bally; bootsi:.? Gird. yer bally loins up, Get yei bally.gun,:. Set the hally enemy,. And watch the beggars riiun.?. Felldws of ?ustralia, ? . 'Cobbers, chaps, and mates,: . Hear the bally enemy At the bally gates, -IBlet the bally bugle, Beat the bally drum, Upper-cut and out the Turks=": To kingdom-bally·.come:. When the bally bugle Sounds ad-hally-vance;. . Don't be like a flock of sheep In a bally trance, Biff the ball- foeman, Where it don't agree, '- . "Spiffier-bally-cate him Trb eterdity.
Delay is Dangerous. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
Delay is Dangerous. WE all remember the pretty story of the little hero who saved his native village in Holland by stopping with hi. hand throughout the whole of a dark, tumultuous] night, the gentlu trickle of the sea through a leak in the dyke. Had he not done so the wild sea must surely have worn its way through the dykeard flooded the village. Similar danger threatens us here. Hundreds of backs are aching, yet people are neglecting this warning; and it is so easy'tocheck kidney disease if taken in time; but don't neglect first warnings. Head how the danger can be averted. Mrs. Griffitha, Morrisett St., Queanuibyan, says :-" My son suf fered torture from backache and kidney trouble. He could scarcely get about, and to stoop over increased his'suffer %bgs. The troubld started'through a strain. After a few doseesof Doan's Backache Kidney Pills his back felt easier, and two bottles effected a com plete cure. He has been quite right for eight years now, so it is not a slight temporar...
FEDERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
FEDERAL NEWS. Tua number of men employed on the Federal works at present is 443. The first experiments of the Home Affairs at Canberra in cultivating have been a failure. Owing to the droughty conditions prevailing througho t last sea. son the oat crop was a failure, some zo tons only being harvested from 40 acres. These paddocks have been re-ploughed in readi ness to receive a sowing of Federationi wheat and Algerian oats. The fcllowing are the latest figures re. lating to the revenue from lands of the Federal Capital territory -Lands in pro. cess of alienation £9501113, Crown Lands held under State Laws (lepses) £429161, revenue derived from leases of acquired lands £7,928, return from agistment, 1st July 1914, to February 9x5z, £z,626/19Izz, revenue derived from rates, £,1631/12/9. The acquired lands held by the Com. monwealth have been leased as follows: For to years, 18,oox acres, revenue £71516/; 5 years, 86,941 acres, £.80117/5; 2 years, 4,670 acres, revenue £865/1r2j9; I yea...
GILT EDGED INVESTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
GILT EDGED INVESTMENTS. BEFORE investing their moneys, prou dent pieople carefully consider the busi nees standing of various companies, and naturally favour those companies which may reasonably be expected to declare their dividends with unfailing regularity. It is with great confidence that we recommend to those interested, the following high-class lines as being well worthy of every consideration, and which will yield most handsome returns on their outlay-in many in stances, will repay the original cost in fall duzing the first twelve months. We recommend with great confi dence :-" Alfa-Laval " Cream separ ators; "L-K-G" Milking Machines; Danish Pasteurisers for milk and cream; "Crossley " Gas and Oil En. gines, and Suction Gas Plants; " Stan daid " Oil Engines; Refrigerating and Ice Making machinery; Motive Power for all industries. All the aforegoing lines are of the Intest pattern and possess many improvements, and will prove to be extremely profitable to the purchasers and un...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
T. P. MAXWELL & CO., Stock & Station Agents, AUCTIONEERS. SALESMAN-T. P. MAXWELL. 'Phone 10. TRUST MONEY TO LEND. ,MR. J. S. DAVISON, 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 lUNGENDORE every do. cond and fourth Wednesday in- each month. " Gundaroo every third Wednesday in each month. Hall overy first Wednesday. PRVATE HOSPITAL, CAMPBELL STREET, QUEANBEYAN. Patients attended to in the hospital or in their own homes. Terms, very moderate. TEL. 50. M. JOHNSTON, Manageress. Catholic Federationt of N.S.W. MR. C. LAWLER. Secretary-General of the Catholic Federation of N.S.W., will address a MEETING to be held in St. Gregory's Church, Qaeanbeyan, on FRI DAY, MARCH 19th instant,after Evening Devotions. All are cordially irited to attend. GERALD O'HANLON, Hon. Sec. TENDERS. T ENDERS are invited ...
Queanbeyan Age, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915. Ambulance Work. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
FRIDAY, MARCH 12,1915. Amabulance Work. ANUMBER of railway men met at the Queauheyan railway station last Saturday to.receive their last year's awards. Mr. Linehanm moved that Mr. Monk take the chair and make the presentations which were handed over as follows :-Gold medal, Mr. G. Brockway ; second silver bars, Messrs. J. D. Johnson and W. R. Neale ;. first silver bar, Mr. J. Houri gan ; silver medals, Messrs. H.. Mc. Jannett, J. Kaye, and R..Jarvisi; cer tificates, Messis.A : Williams, C. J. Byrne. and W. Allsopp. The Chairman said he was very, sorry to say there had been some mistake about Mr. J. Charlton's award, but expected it would come along all in. good time as the medical officer and the general secretary had the. matter in hand. Mr. Monk proposed. that a, class be formed in.Queanbeyan atdnce and it was carried.. .Mr.:Johnson proposed,- Mr. Jarvis seconded and it.was carried,,that Mr. J. Monk lie elected secetary. and in-` structor. .Mr. Monk thanked those. present for the ...
HIGH PRICES FOR WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
HIGH PRICES FOR WOOL. JoaN BEstGa & Co. at their wool sale on the 8th instant once moreregistered some telling figures per medium of several-New England and Southern clips, the first named district being represented by dirs. E. A. V. Coven try's " Achill." Rockvale and " Camper down" clips. The "Achill" hoggets brought 16d. wethers 16], ewes 15;d,and pieces 121d. Some attractive southern clips were also brought up. O'Connor]Bros.' " Mloatefield " clip from Frampton realising 1d. for wethers and hoggets, and 13" for ewes. P. Reardon, Gundagai, received 131d for cross bred fleece, and lid for crossbred lambs. M. J Quilter, Narandera, secured 13d for crossbred.
Captain's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
Captain's Flat. 'ILocunHI," must surley have an axe to grind. We experienced somenubparallered dust storms here 'oi Siunday and Monday, followed by beautiful ,wea ther. A day's sports; winding up with a grand social at night, will be held on Easter Monday: At the Police Court r on" Tuesday before Mr. Gunn, P.M., one defen dant .as fined -oi-' and costs for using obscene language. Two other defendants were fined LX and costs for riotous;-belhaviour, and another defendant for a similar offence was mulcted in the Aum of ,a and costs.
THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
THE SHOW. ENTRIES are coming in splendidly .for the autumn show to be held on Wednesday and splendid contests are assured. We are advised to refer contestants in the sporting events to the schedule which states that riders in the hunting contests must wear jockey or hunting costumes. In to day's issue we publish a list of spe cials allotted. The secretary will be at his office every evening until show day to give any information exhibi tors require. The Yase Pastures Protection Board, who have been advertising for.a.sccond per. moanent Inspector, have received about 100 applications for the position. They will be dealt with at a meeting of the Board on Tu'eday nozt.
The Belgian Fund. MOVEMENT AT QUEANBEYAN. ORGANISING COMMITTEE APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
The Belgian Fund. MOVEMENT AT QUENBEYAN. ORGANISING COM11ITTEE AP POINTED. THE public meeting convened by the Mayor, Aldermin F. P. Woodward, for the purpose of devising means for assisting the Empire and her Allies by forming a circle of systematic giv ing and providing a relief fund, was held in the Municipal Council Chain bers on Tuesday night. rhere was a representative gathering of ladies and gentlemen, and the Mayor oc cupied the chair. In explaining the object of the meeting the Mayor said he was pleased to see that the Government had invited the co-operation of all municipalities, and expressed the view that everyone should contribute regular weekly amounts. He had received a circular issued by the Go vernment, In which suggestions were put forward for active, prompt and continuous relief for the Belgians, to the extent of 675,ooo per month. The Mayors of all country munici palities and Presidents of Shires were invited to co-operate with the general executive in Sydney,-and...