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The Courts. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915. (Before Mr. S. B. Gunn, P.M.) Stealing Portmenteau and Contents. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
The Courts. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915. (Before Mr. S. B. Gunn, P.M.) Stealing Portmeneau and Content:. William Arthur Toovey was charg ed that. he did; in company with Charles Divall at Mill Flat, steal on portmanteau containing one pair of boots, one pair of trousers, one razor, four shirts and collas, two necgties, one get' gold chain and one medal to the value of £6 12s 6d, the property or James Love. Mounted Constable Brown depos ed: About 10 a.m. on the-9th instant 1 proceeded to Canberra. After mak. ing certain inquiries I noticed two men riding bicycles coming behind me from the direction of Canberra. They were going towards Quean beyan. When about 30 yards from where I was they commenced rac ing, I noticed that Toovey had some thing tied on behind his bicycle. After they. passed me I gave chass and 'caught them up about two miles from "Qucanbeyan. I said to them, Did you notice a Gladstone bag near the roadside this morning as you were going to work? Toovey hesitated for a f...
The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
The Markets. AT the Sydney wool sales this week. best cols were well competed for in a strong rket. Sales included-ED/CF (Queen. bey ), 6 1st com at lad, light, free, good quail and' colour; G. Massy, Gunning, 8 TAw a 121d, 20 e at 134d, 10 w at 1i2d, good-length, medium condition, soft fine; A/WG (Queanbeyan), 17 f at 184, good colour and length, medium condition, soft; TRIJ Norongo (Captain's Flat), 16 h w e at 124d, very fine quality, soft, long, little condition. At the Homebush sales on Monday sheep were generally without quotable change. Lambe were l5d to 116 per head lower. Cattle were 15/ to 20/ per head lower on prime bullooks and 5/ to 101 on useful qualities. Sales included-Sheep: T. J. Kelly, Slichelago, 45 w 18/2, 62 1511.1 Yorkshire buyers were keen lidders for Messrs McInnes Bros., Kowen wool from Queanbeyan offered by Winchcombe, Car son Ltd. last Monday. The fleece sold at 111d per lb. Commenting on the clip the selling brokers say that is was of useful quality, goo...
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
METHODIST, CHURCH.' DUiirING the coming' week Foreign Missionary services? will-be held in= the Methodist churches at Queau. beyan and Wattle Park, the preacher for the occasion being the Rev. J. Watson. He twill officiate at the latter place at it a.m., 2.30 p.m., and at Queaubeyan at 7.30 p.m. Public meetings in advocacy of Foreign Missions will also be held at the places- named on the following Mlonday and Tuesday respectively. A Special Commission has also been appointed by the Conference, con sisting of the Rev. J. G. M. Taylor and the Hon. W. Robson, DM.L.C., to visit the Queanbeyan Circuit and confer with the church authorities on the subject of the boundaries ofthe Canberra and Queanbeyan Circuits, which has-been a matter of dispute and, uncertainty for some time past. The report of the Commission will be forwarded to the President of the Conference, and upon that a final settlement will be arrived at once for all. Snow next week. Good entries have been received in the vario...
EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE. TIS committee of the Queanbeyan. Cricket Club have decided on hold ing a grand euchre party and* social in the Protestant Hall on the night of Friday, 26th March. Valuable prizes will be offered. It is not often the Cricket Club appeals to the pub lic for assistance and we hope the fixture will be a success. Tickets are 2/6 each. Messrs., C. J. Bowen and S. L. Roberts are the jointthon. secretaries to the movement. _ _ _ _ _._ l
BIG SPORTS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
BIG SPORTS MEETING. IT has been decided by the Federal Territory War Food Fund Committee to hold another sports meeting at Canberra on Saturday, 17th April, the proceeds from which are to be devoted exclusively to the Belgian Relief Fund. A most elaborate and exceptionally attractive programme is in the course of preparation by the sakme committee who made such a brilliant success of the last patriotic sports meeting. Watch for further particulars which willfbe advertised at a later date.* -
LATE SHEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
LATE SHEARING. MR. A. G- McKEAHNIE of Cuppa ccumibalong Station has a full board of shearers under the supervision of thg contractor' Mr. G. A. McInnes, shearing 25,000 sheep. These sheep were shorn in March 19r4; and 'were purchased by Mr. McKeahnie from 'the Noon Doo Station,'just over the Queensland border. The shearing :of:these sheep; was deferred to the present time owing to the drought and war. The clip is of exceptional fine `quality and should command a big price at the Sydney wool sales. Cuppacumbalong wool is noted for its high standard of quality'and this clip should prove no exception. In. our recollection this is the first big shearing done in this. district in March.. At the present time Mr.. McKeahuie is depasturing 4 ooo. sheep on Cuppacumbalong wftkh speaks well for the carryiug capacit of this'hiatoric station:
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
LICENSING COURT. AT the Licensing Court yesterday morning before the Licensing Bench; Dr. Blackall and Mr. R. Moore, J's.P., a reinewal of the license of the Royal Hotel, Gundaroon was granted to Mr. J. F.' Heazlett, and a booth license for the Queanbeyan show was granted to Mr. P. J.: Ryazi for the 17th and 18th March. Mr. F. P. Woodward appeared for both appli cants. "The Railway Commissioners visit Quein beyor to.day. Tenders are invited in this issue to rent a cottage. Mr. Thos. E. Woodg er auctioneer; an noiunces that a buyer oa horses suitable for military purposes will be in Queaubeyan on Saturday, 27th instant. Mr. C. Lawler, Secretary-General of the Catholic Fcderation of N.S:WV.; will address a meeting at St. Gregory's'Church on Friday, March 10. Sea advt. - The Sheepherder a two reel Victor star drama;: Sandhill. Lovers, drama; Bundh of, Flowers, drama; Tho little Music Teacher, drihfinf Bailey, dancing master, Algie's little Error, and Dupin,'Policeman, comedies, and. an...
GRAND PATRIOTIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
GRAND PATRIOTIC BALL A GRAND patriotic ball in aid oV the Federal Territory War Food Fund .will be held in the Cuppacumbalong woolshed on the night of Friday, 19th instant. Good music and excellent supper will be provided and a most enjoyable time is promised patrons. The prices of tickets are within the reach of all, viz , 5/- (double) and 3/- (single). Mr. A. G. McKeahnle is the hon. secretary to the move ment and a strong committee are as sisting him to make the affair a big success. Messrs. Moore Bros., T. Kelly, T. Sherd, E. Pike and Bowe and Pike have generously offered to run passengers to the ball at half the usual fares. Efforts are being made for the Queanbeyan baud to be in attendance and this should make the ball even more attractive. A pee ing of ladies interested in the move ment will be held at the Tharwa Public School on Tuesday ifternoon next at 4 o'clock: Mr. S. I,. Ro berts has very generously offered to dispose of any stock, produce, etc; and Mr: McKeamnie will b...
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
WEARERS OF GLASSES. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. THE well-known firm of Ernest Bosoh, f on. suIting Opticians of Martin Place and Pitt. street, Sydney, who have been visiting this town 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 us. Remember that this firm can only be consulted at Harrison's Hotel; Queanbeyan, on dates advertised.
CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
= CHRIST CHURCH. Tax Anglican Bishop of the Diocese, Dr. Barlow, is staying in Queaubeyan for a few weeks and has taken Mr. E E. Morgan's residence for that length of time. The Bishop was present at the evening service at Christ Church on Sunday night last. Owing to the condition of his health, however, it is not probable that he will take any part in the church ser vices. Next Sunday is appointed as Church Society Sunday for the Dio cese of Goulburn.
Bank for Bungendore. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
* Bank for Bungendore. THE Hon, Austin Chapman was present at the juvenile ball In aid of the Belgian Fund at Bungendore last week, and taking advan tage of his presence, the residents brought under his notice the urgent need for another bank to be established at lungeudore, in lieu ofrtie bank that proposes removing its quarters. Mr. Chapman' at once suggested the Commonwealth Bank, and wired to Denison Miller, the Governor, who has re plied that inquiries will. be made into the matter. It is stated that over one hundred good accounts have been promised and Mr. Chapman Is sanguine of succeeding and hopes to see a branch established at Bungen dore in the near future.
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
SCHOOL OF ARTS. THE monthly meeting of the Queanbeyan School of Arts committee was held on Tuesday night at that institution. There being present : Messrs. F. P. Woodward (chair), A. Coppin, E. M. Friend, A. Collett, T. E. Woodger, J. Russell, H. J. Hungerford, and J. G. Harris, secretary. The Treasury Department wrote notifying that the subsidy for the period 1912-13 amount ing to £24/9/I had been placed to their credit at the Bank of New South Wales. On the motion of Messrs. A. Collett and J. Russell- it was de cided to pay. £50 off the mort gage on the new building, owing to Mrs. Ling. This will reduce the amount to £250. The secretary stated that the p/n's due to Heiron & Smith on thp new 'billiard table would be re'deemed--by the end of Jan uary next. The secretary was instructed. to pay the- account for new lino leum for billiard room. Accounts to the value of £67/4/1o were passed for pay-. ment. - It was resolved that no period icals be lent unless after three months ...
Official Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
Official Correspondence Mr. W. Davis Wright has applied for an alteration in the time-table of the Jerangle- Captain's Flat mail service, and the Deputy P.M.G. advises Austin Chapman that the matter is having consideration. The Secretary for Home Affairs writes the Hon. Austin Chapman with reference to his representations regarding railway as follows: That the definite line will depend on the completion of working survey. The Deputy P.M.G. advises the Hon. Austin Chapman as follows: With reference to your communication of the 23rd ultimo, relative to a letter presented by you from Mr. G. A. McInnes, Amungula, regarding the telephone service at that place, I have to inform you that the line work in connection with the erection of the telephone line be tween Qneanbeyan and Sutton is expected to be completed within the ensuing ten days. The Deputy P.M.G. advises the Hon. Aus. tin Chapman as follows : With reference to your communication of the 6th ultimo, for warding a letter from Mr. ...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
NEWS AND NOTES. NEuTRALLIT.-Neutrals are always at *a certain disadvantage in comparison with belligerents, and the more power ful the latter, the greater the difficul ties of neutral nations. It might be thought that their liberty to trade with the nations at war would remain unimpaired, and, so far as their bound aries are conterminons, this is to a large extent, the case. But the question of !' contraband of war" comes in. If, for instance, Holland were to sell guns and ammunition to Germany, she would be regarded as an ally of the latter country, and her re lations with the Allies would be seri ously compromised. For their own makes, therefore, neutral nations have to forbid the supply, by their subjects of war material to any of the nations actually at war. It is a rule, however, which is not enforced with any degree of stringency, except when the nation which would be aggrieved by the transaction is viligilant and deter mined, and has the power to shut down on any such traffic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
Clothing, Mercery, Boots NOW IN - FULL. SWING }IltCht Economic- Stort S. A. PARCELL, Th Busy Clothier, Mercer and Boot Man; (AT BUCKLEY'S NEWS AGENCY), MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN. Reduction in rices of F;RD CARS. Owing to the increased. output of the Canadian Factory (where all Ford Cars imported into Australia are manufactured) the following reduced prices will be effective from the 1st March, 1915. 5 Passenger Touring GWa To Passenger Runabout,~ £180 8SYDNEY. Teepicesare subject to'alteration if landled. Costs re increased. T8i FORD~ CO 'will'mainufacturie O',000O Ford Cars in then Canadian Factory the larg'est M~otf rtactory inthe BritislyEmpir~. 1000 Eord. Cars se;~; Sixty Ford Car have been sold each month this y ear. ) -*HERE ARE TWHE REASONS; Th1e Car itself--the low purchase price anid the smiall up-keep expense. Th Ford Car has proved itself tim2e and again--proves that it is the most suitable for Australia's rough country-proved by the Ford re cord of 40 miles to one gallon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 12 March 1915
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