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IT'S A MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
IT'S A MISTAKE. Many people in a misguided effort to get rid of backache, rely on plas ters, liniments and other make shifts. The right treatment is kid ney treatment and a remarkably re commended kidney remedy is Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. The follow ing is an experience typical of the work of this grand remedy. Mr. Nichol McInnes, Antill Street, Queanbeyan, says: "Some time ago my son hurt his back when lifting a bag of corn and for a time he was very bad with aching pains across his kidneys. After a while he com menced using Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills and a short course cured him. He says these Pills are first rate for curing backache, and always recommends them to anyone suffer ing from this trying complaint." Twenty years later, Mr. McInnes says: "We are all great believers in Doan's Backache Kidney Pills and would not be without them for any thing. They cured my son of back ache many years ago, and he has not been troubled with the com plaint since." 4 Doan's backache .K...
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED "THE SMART SET." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED "THIk SMART SET." This popular magazine is profusely illustrated and contains some very fine stories. "A Queen of Tragedy," by Arnold Hill, is a very amusing story. Marguerite Sanford was tall and dark, the type of woman who so effectively plays tragic roles in tragic ways. Tom Sanford, her husband, was in the Indian Army. One day Marguerite receives news of her hus. band's disappearance in India during a Frontier expedition. A year later when she was learning to forget Tom she gets a bigger shock to find he is alive. This story simply fascinates the reader. "The Edge of the Bridge" by Captain R. F. Foster, is a briiliant story of life in India, and of Moira Hardy's little flirtation with Jimmy Hargreaves. Mloira's husband, satis fied that the flirtation was over, goes away with a light heart. Moira runs away with Jimmy but just realises her folly in time. Another bright story is "The Great Adventure," by Len Chaloner, and tells of Babs' mad infatuation for Tre...
CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1925. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Queanbeyan Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
CHURCH NOTICES SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1925. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Qi O _ambYa Parkb. Queanbeysa, 8 a.m., H.C., 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Burra, 3 p.m. Rr V. . J. WEST. ambenrra Parsh., Acton, 8 a.m. H.C. Duntroon, 10 a.m. St. John the Baptist's, Canberra, 11 a.m. Power House, 3 p.m. Molonglo, 7 30 p.m. RBY. F. G. WARD.
"HUTCHINSON'S MAGAZINE." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
"HUTCHINSON'S MAGAZINE." "The Battle of Berkeley Square," by Michael Arlen, is a sparkling story and of the authors of to-day few have risen to prominence with such dramatic suddenness as Michael Ar. len. This clever and amusing story is told with all the resources of this author's polished art. Major Hugh Cypress had that "profession" which needs some explanation. Hugo's profession was the most ancient in the world, bar one, that of an in heritor; he was waiting for his father to die. George Tarlyon also comes into the story, and the experiences of George in his new pyjamas can not help but amuse the reader. This is a story you will enjoy reading. "Aquamarine," by Edmund Snell, is a tale full of adventure. It seemed an easy thing to buy an aquamarine ring for a present, but to Andrew Jardine the quest brought mystery, adventure, and love. It was Beryl's birthday, and she said she would liko an aquamarine single stone ring. After a lot of difficulty Andrew se cures the ring. The rin...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
LOCAL AND GENERAL Partner wanted for Brickworks. See advt. For plastering work consult R. H. Mason, Cooma Road, Queanbeyan. Precaution against Influenza'infection Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. A grand social is to be held at Williamsdale Hall next Saturday. July 14th next is the date choien by the M.U.I.O.O.F. for their Grand Social. On Monday next the half-yearly meeting of the Methodist Tennis Club will be held in the School Ro=om at 7.30 p.m. The Queanbeyan Golf Club will open the season on Saturday next. A new putting green has been prepared for the ladies at the rear of Mr. E. Holloway's residence. -W BOND'S FAMOUS HOSIERY, Silk and Wool Mixture, comfortable and still retaining their smart ap pearance. Miss McIntyre, Crawford Street, Queanbeyan. A memorial service for the late Mr. Thomas Southwell, of Spring Range, and Mrs. Cameron, of Cam den, will be conducted next Sunday morning at 11.15 a.m. at Wattle Park by Rev. W. Evans. YOUR HELP IS NEEDED. Come to the Grand Euchre Part...
DIRECT ROAD GOULBURN TO NOWRA Via TALLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
DIRECT IM)A) GOULBURN TO NOWRA Via TALLONG, ~-U--.- Mr. Cecil Adams, secretary to the Goulburn Chamber of Commerce, writes:-"A week-end picnic outing and conference re the above road has been arranged at Tallong for Satur day next, 27th June, and the Sunday following. Guests will make their own*arrangements for transport, and car owners interested in the advance ment of the district are requested to attend and bring their friends. La dies specially invited. The residents of Tallong have hospitably arranged to accommodate and provide for 50 visitors on Saturday night and Sun day. Sunday will be occupied in go ing over part of the route. The con struction of this direct road, which will bring Nowra and the Coast within 60 miles of Goulburn, will be a great boon, not only to the people of these towns and the district be tween, but also to all the residents of the West, South West, and South. It will practically make a straight line from Hay to the Coast, and will be the shortest road f...
TEAM AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
TEAM AVERAGES. Club Batting Bowling Duntroon 20.2 7.0 Hall - 13.3 6.4 Ainslie 11.2 8.5 Hostel . ' 10.1 13.5 Westridge 9.5 , 8.7 Canberra . 9.2 9.1 Cadets, not available Eastlake, -not available._ "Say It While Dancing" to her yoh adore, Say it again though you said it be fore, Say it in season her health to assure Say to. her, "Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure." "Say It While Dancing" amid the gay throng, Say it with sentiment, say ,it with song, Say that, for colds it is soothing and sure Always say "Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure." * * Special new line of Writing Pads with envelopes to match, 1/- each. in Suede, Mint and Maize shades, envelopes 6d packet. We have also the same shides, except suede, in Compendiums at 1/- each. Fallek and Sons.
Motor Merger DETAILS OF DODGE DEAL. BANKERS BUY AT £30,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
Motor Merger DETAILS OF DODGE DEAL. BANKERS BUY AT £30,000,000. Cable messages to *' The Sun " have recorded the sale of the business and interests of Dodge Brothers, Inc., to a banking syndicate, headed by Dillon, Read and Co., of New York. The transaction was completed by the payment of 140,000,000 dollars £30,041,152, at par of exchange-by a single cheque, that representing the price agreed upon. The conditions of the sale required cash settlement, and the cheque covered what is believed to be the largest sum ever paid for an industrial enterprise in the United States, although the amount is not the largest involved in a single cash transaction in the States. The deal was reported in America to mark the first step towards the forma tion of a 500,000,000 dollar auto-motor merger in America, and there was a belief that some well-known producers whose cars are familiar in Australia would be brought within the scope of later developments of a consolidating nature. Latest files from N...
HOMES LOANS WARNING BY COMMISSIONERS OF THE GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
HOMES LOANS WARNING BY COMMISSIONERS OF THE GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. The Commissioners of the Govern ment Savings Bank draw attention to the operations of certain firms acting as agents and builders who undertake to erect dwellings at cer tain prices and who by sub-letting the work for amounts very much less than their contracts with the owners are able to make substantial profits at their expense. The cases that have come under notice are so glaring that the Com missioners of the Bank are endeav ouring to save persons desirous of erecting their homes from this un necessary expense. The Commissioners point out that if, in the first instance, persons de sirous of erecting dwellings would call at the Bank and discuss the mat ter with the Bank's Officers before signing any contract or agreement, they can frequently be saved from committing themselves to the pay ment of unnecessary amounts in car rying out their plans. Similar practices have previously come under the notice of the Com m...
CLUB AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
CL1B AVERAGES. First eleven batsmen. and first four bowlers: WESTRIDGE. Batting Bowling Vest 17.3 12.5' Colquhoun, L. 14.9 . . Quigg 14.6 8.4 Rumph 14.0 6.18 Corry 10.7 Ware, J. 10.5 Sheppard 8.5 Colquhoun, J. - 6.4 6.00 Maxwell 8.0 Lea 4.7 Bethell 4.2 DUNTROON. Batting Bowling Nimmo 62.00 6.9 Clowse 48.00 5.5 Greville 41.7 Sheehan 17.6 Byrnes 13.9 10.5 Arnold 13.4 Ploa 8.0 Miles. 7.0 Raymond 6.6 DeSmet 3.2 9.2 Harley 2.1 6.7 CANBERRA. Batting Bowling Shoobert 20.0 9.1 Willis 13.7 Trail 11.0 Nish, R. 10.9 6.8 Smith 8.5 Nish, A. 7.8 6.1 Newman 7.0 Mongan 6.5 Cottingham 6.3 O'Neill 6.1 14.1 Orr 4.1 HOSTEL. Batting Bowling Graham 23.6 8.5 Calthorpe . 21.7 17.6 Wilton 19.4 Lee 10.8 Britton " 12.6 10.8 Young 6.0 17.00 Gardiher 5.1 O'Toole . 3.7 Dinnerville 3.4 Bowen 3.2 Sandilands 3.1 AINSLIE, Batting Bowling Maloney, W. 25.9 Maloney, L. 20.6 7.5 Davison - 18.3 Maloney, E. 18.1 6.6 Read, J. 12.6 12.0 Southwell, J. ` 5.4 - 8.0 Read, R. 5.2 Cox 4.8 O'Sullivan 4.5 M aloney, V. 4.4 Shumack '...
Federal Territory Cricket Association AVERAGES FOR SEASON 1924-25. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
Federal Territory Cricket Association AVERAGES FOR SEASON 1924-6. BATTING (12 :and better.)' Name" Matches Average Nimmo 5 62.00 Clowse 8 48.00 Greville 11 41.7 Tickner, J. - 10 30.3 Geddes 9 26.5 Tickner, W. 6 26.2 Maloney, W~ 13 25.6 Graham - 5 23.6 Calthorpe 11. 21.7 Maloney, L. 8. 20.6 Shoobert 10 20.00 Wilton 10 19.4 Davison 4 18.3 Maloney, E. - 9 18.1 Vest 11 17.3 Bolton 11 15.9 Colquhoun, L. 12 14.9 Sheehan , 7 14.3 Curran, A. - 12 14.8 Quigg 10 14.6 Rumph 12- 14.00 Byrnes 11 13.9 Willis 6 13.7 Gormley 9 13.4 Arnold 8 13.4 Britton 13 12.6 Read, J. 11 12.6 BOWLING (10 and better.) Name Wkts Runs Mtchs Avg. Tickner, W. 25 94 6 3.6 Clowse 35 183 8 5.5 Tickner, J. 30 171 10 5.8 Colquhoun, J. 45 270 14 6.00 Nish, A. 18 110 10 6.11 Rumph 53 328 12 6.18 Geddes - - 9 6.2 Maloney, E. - - 9 6.6 Harley 9 56 7 6.7 Nish, R., 23 157 11 6.8 Nimmo 16 116 5 6.9 Kilby 20 142 11 7.1 Maloney, L. - - 7 7.5 Southwell, J. - - 10 8.00 Quigg 27 227 10 8.4 Graham 32 274 5 8.5 Shoobert 24 224 10 9.1 Bo...
AUCKLAND, N.Z., Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
AUCKLAND, N.Z., Thursday. A S.O.S. message has been received from the Union Company's steamer "Flora" which states that the en gines are damaged and she was at the mercy of a howling gale many miles from Auckland. There is one passenger aboard the Flora bound for Cook Island from Auckland. Two tugs are ploughing the mountainous seas in an endeavour to reach the distressed steamer. This morning the vessel was making a determined fight to reach Great Mercury Island which she expected to do at 11 a.m.
ROCKHAMPTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
ROCKHAMPTON, Thursday. There is a possibility that the fa mous Mount Morgan mine, which for the past forty years has produced many million pounds worth of gold will be closed down. The last straw came when the men demanded a 44 hour week and an increase of 1~d per hour. The directors agreed to hold a conference with the employees Owing to the low state of the metal quartz the whole question as to whe ther the mine will be closed down will have to be considered.
FORBES, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
`FORBES, Thursday. While the floods are receding in every other part of the State, Forbes, in the West, is still encircled by the sweeping overflow from the Lachlan. The water is still rising and- business in the town is at a standstill. All stores are closed. The local tele phone lines are down and bridges and roads are under water. At 9 a.m. the water had risen 33 feet:
(Published by arrangement). POISONING A NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
(Published by arrangement). POISONING A NATION. "Moonshine whisky produced in the Appalachian Mountains in 1925 will double the output of last year," reports the New York' "Herald." "This is the opinion of mooiishi ners who are planning unprecedented cperations. They have just discov ered that as a means of making mo ney swiftly and without great diffi culty a battery of stills secluded far back in the mountain forests is in a class by itself. "Thousands of gallons of moon shine were made in 1924 at countless stills in the 'moonshine belt.' In comes of poverty-stricken families went soaring. With one bound the moonshiner leaped from his tradi tional squalor to prosperity. It took the mountain folk many months to realise just how great was their op portunity. They3 are now fully awake to the possibilities. "Stills are being seized constantly. But this is merely a matter of detail in the hum and hustle of the moon shine whisky industry. Loss of stills is classified as 'overhead.' - Ee...
THE RADIO MOTORIST HINTS ON A COMMON SENSE PORTABLE SET [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan-Canberra Advocate — 25 June 1925
THE RADIO MOTORIST HINTS ON A COMMON SENSE PORTABLE SET While, there are many of us quite content to leave the radio set at home when we sally forth?in'the car, there are some radio '"fans" who cannot bear to be parted from .their coils and valves even during the quiet"'smoke" time ,after the picnic luncheon. Moreover those who are undertaking camping excursions ex tending over several days or a week or two will find a reliable wireless outfit a very pleasant adjunct to their temporary home in the wilderness. By means of the portable radio ofit fit the cheerfulness of the camp .fire gathering is accentuated -and. the restive, business whor feels that. he MUST know what the stock exchange or various markets are doing will be able to retire to his camp stretcher with an easy mind after he has listened in the heart of the bush to the latest commercial - intelligence set forth from the broadcasting sta tion. In view of these facts y we claim to have proved our case that a portable radio...