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TO-DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. (Before Mr. S. B. Gunn, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 16 March 1915
TO-DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. (Before Mr. S. B. Gunn, P.M.) Daley appeared further to answer the charge preterred against him on Saturday. Mr. Morgan appeared for the prosecutor. Thomas Paterson stated he resided at Duntroon and followed tihe occupation of a carpenter. In October and November last was work:ng at the Power House at my trade. Belonged to the Power Hiouse Mesa, holding the position of president. Accused Daley was appointed and acted as secretary and treasure. . The '.men receive their wages fortnightly.- Accused received sup. scriptions from the men every fortnight. The amount of subscription varied. From tim6 to time accused was authorised to re ceive these moneys from the men. In con sideration of his services Daley received his board free. Accused had to pay the mondy received by him into the Commonwealth Bank. He also'paid the cook's wages. The statement produced is made up from the books kept by the accused. Also produce the books made up by the present secretary, Mr. Mar...
Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 16 March 1915
C?'llretlt Topics. How NATIONS REcoviR.-The un happy condition of ravaged Belgium. and that of the north of France, may well arouse very melancholy misgivings. Yet let the war once come to an end, and the recovery of both these nations will probably be as astonishing as the completeness of their present ruin. Dr. Chalmers wrote on this subject, and his con clusions were, in the main, endorsed by John Stuart Mill, perhaps the most reliable of the political econo mipsts of the last century. The rap idity with which nations recover, not merely from the ravages of war but also from those of earthquakes, floodsi hurricanes, and the like has often been a matter of surprise. A country may be, to all appearances, utterly desolated. Yet, in very few years, on the removal of the infliction, the tracei of it will have well-nigh dis appeared, and, everything will seem to be going on as before, The recovery is due to the productiveiless of natural resources,,-when utilised by industrious people....
SECTION N—SCHOOLWORK [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SECTION N-SCHOOLWORK Judges, Rev Gordon Hirst, and Mr A J Studdy. Stewards, Miss K O'Neill and Mr L Dunshea Beet Written Exercise by boy under 14, 5/ gilt of J3 G. Harris Esq., Fred. Kaye 1; Leslie Daniel 2 Best Written Exercise by girl under 15 5/ gift of J. Li. Harris, Esq., Edith Hatcliff, 1; Edith Follett 2 Exercise by boy under 13, Vincent Keeffe 1; Edward Lee 2 Exerolse by girl under 13, Doris Woods 1; Alica Woods 2 Evercise by boy under 11, WV. Oldfleld (Tharwa) 1: Kevin Smith 2 Exercise by girl under 11, Elsie Green 1; Doreen autill 2 Specimen writing by girl under 15; Edith Hatoliff 1; K Boyd Copy book by boy under 13, Kelvin Smith 1; Arthur Bainbridge 2 Copybook by girl under 13, Doris Woods 1; Ethel Mayo 2 Map of Egypt by girl or boy under 15, Elsie Tong (Tharwa) 1i U Sheedy (Tharwa)2 Map of B elgum by boy or girl under 13, Alice Wood 1; Vincent Keeffe 2 Night dress, hand made, by girl under 15, Ethel Green 1; Frances Falooner 2 Article of not more than 500. words, by boy...
SECTION M—FINE ARTS [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SECTION M-FINE ARTS Judge-A G Mackintosh.Carter Stewards, Mrs C U O'Hanlon, Miss Powell Pen and ink sketch (figure), L Bayliss Pen and ink sketch (scene), L Bayliss Oil painting flowers). Ivy Roddan Oil painting (landscape) L Baylles Oil painting (fruit), L Bayliss 1; Liela E. Cattwright hac Una Sherd commended Water color (landscade), L Bayless Water color (seascape), L Bayliss Crayon drawing (figure) L Bayliss Crayon drawing. (scene), L Bayliss 1; Wim Rumphh a Pencil drawing (scene), Wm Rumph Pencil drawing from nature, Wm Rumph Specimen chip carving.,Rev Gordon HIrst Specimen relief carving, Isabel L Sheaffe
SECTION L.—PLAIN AND FANCY WORK [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SECTION L.-PLAIN AND FANCY WORK Judge, Mesdames J M Mcintosh and D Christie. Stewards, Mesdamnes R Moore. and W E Oldfield Collection of fancy work, 4 distinct varie. ties, Pearl Fryer. 1; Irene Coddington, 2; Mrs M J Hogan,3 Collection plain work machine made, Mrs Bet Taylor, 1; Miss M Harkness, 2 .Wilga Al Hicks, 3 Suit pyjamas machine made, Wilga Hicks Nightdress handmade. Irene Coddington, 1; Wilga L Hicks, 2 ; Rachael Cooper. 3 Pair men's knitted sox, B Garrigan, 1; Leila Richardson. 2 ; M S Richardson, 3 Pair darned sox or stockings, Mary Wil. liams, 1; 0 J Lodger, 2 3 knitted articles in wool, booties, pilchers and jacket, Glady S Butler, 1; Mrs James, 2 Knitted bedspread, Mrs M J Hogan Crotchet bedspread. Mrs P McMahon, 1; Mrs J A McPherson, 2 Washed and ironed shirt and collar, Mrs F L Smith Afternoon tea cloth crotchet in linen, B Garrigan Pen painted table centre, Vera Campbell land 2 Pen painted tea rosy, Vera Campbell Cushion cover hand painted, Miss Ivy Roddan Cushion ...
SECTION J.—FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SECTION J.-FRUIT. Judge, P. H. Lansdowne. Stewards, Mrs C T Campbell and Miss O'Neill 12 table pears, Mrs. C. H. McKeahlnie 12 cooking pears, Thoe. Power Collection 12 table apples 4 varieties, Mre. C. MaKeahnie 12 quinces, Mrs. C. McKeahoie Plate walnuts, Mrs. C. MoKeahnie Beat 12 apples any kind, MrsC,C H. Mo Keahnie Collection fruit 12 varities, Mrs. C. H. MoKeahu le Collection fruit, not necessarily grown in the distriut, Mlrs. C. H. MoKeahulo
MR. CHAPMAN AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
MR. OHAPMAN AND THE WAR Our Federal member was in good. . form when making the olicial opening speeolhon show day. His referenoe to the war was in excellent taste, and his, appeal for help very, effective, when referring to the brave. lads at the front, and the fact that his nephewse were there and his own boys, ready, `anxious, and willing to do their duty with other boys who had left their parents' homes and all they held ,dear to respond to the Empire a call. He was- visibly affected, and there was an emotional break in hie- voice. Many eyes in the crowd moistened, and those whose relatives are fighting across the sea wero evidently much stirred by his patriotic, sincere, eloquent appeal.
SECTION I—GARDEN PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SECTION I-GARDEN PRODUCE Judge, Mr. B, H. Lansdowne. Steward, Johei Gale Two bunches carrots, Yick and Co Two bunches carrot., Yick and Co Two bunches turnips, F. A. Piggin 1; Yiok and Co 2 3 cabbages, T. Power 1; Yiok and Co 2 3 lettuces, Thos Power Collection herbs, Mrs Smalihorn 3 pumpkins, Yick and Co 1; T. Power 2 3 vegetable marrows, F A Piggin 1; Yick and Co 2 Tomatoes, T Power 1; F A Piggin 2 One dozen Spanish onions. Yick and Co I; Thos Power 2 Collection vegetables, not less than 10 varieties, F A Piggin Six pie melons, Yick and Co 1; W E Old feld 2
Foul Breath [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
lol Breath The old saying that "distonco lends enchianteint. viasn neer more aptly to the point 'than whbo applied '4 to those people whose * -breath-ie slad1efi Awith ovil-smelling and offensive odours.' Many persons appear most iattractive at a dins tance, but produce- a feeling of pity and disgust 'when close to, because of the condition of their breath. For instance.- it makes little difference how. beautiful a woman may be,. or how_ charming her manner, if ljer breath is foul; her charm- is ..gone, and she is at a-disadvantage whenever she comes in contact with. other. people. Foul breath in .wo man arouses in man a feeling of re pugnance and a desire to get out of the0company of such a woman as quickly as possible, and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, im portant for every woman who val hes her personal attractions to take such care of herself that this un pleasant and unnecessary complaint is avoided or corrected. Mlon, wom en, and children who are troubled with th...
QUEANBEYAN WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
QUEANBEYAN -WATER SUPPLY: In his speech at the opening of the show Mr. Chapman said we must have a water supply for Queanbeyan,' and as -far as }e oonld learn the Common wealth authorities ,copld easily give the town a bounteous supply at a very sall2 cost, and thue obviate the neces .sity of heavy expenditure and conses quent debt on the niunicipality. The \ weir above tle town should be con 6tructed .and now when there was plenty of labour available wvas the best time: He would earnestly press this matter again when parliament opened as it was of vital importance to all.
SECTION H.—MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SECTION H.-MISCELLANEOUS. Judge, P. H. Lansdowne, Goulburn. Ste. wards, Mrs W E Oldfield, and Messrs T Coleman,jnr. and J Gale Loaf yeast bread. Clara E. Smith, 1 ; Maggie O'Connor, 2 Pure beeswax not loss than 31b, Mrs. John Morrison Plate scones wade with baking powder, M. G. Richardson, 1; C. O'Connor, 2 Sweet sultana scones, M. G. Richardson, I; C. O'Connor, 2 Loaf home made bread, Mrs. Frank E. Smith, and Mrs. 1. J. Hogan divide 1 ; Mrs Flint, 2 Plum pudding, Clara O'Connor Pound cake, Clara O'Connor Rainbow cake, Mrs John Morrison Plate scones by girl - under 18, Maggie O'Connor 1; Isabel Morrison 2 Loaf of yeast bread by boy under 15, L. Smith 2 Two loaves broad, one white and one brown. G. H Hudson 1; J T Collett 2 Water made Damper, Clara O'Connor Milk made damper, Clara O'Connor 2; Mrs T. S. James Bottle neatefoot oil, R. Maloney Heaviest dozen fowl's eggs, Mrs J. Morri. son 1; Mrs. J. Hogan 2 Single pot jam, L. Richardson 1;-Mru.A. J. Studdy S Single pot jelly, Mrs Studdy...
Foreign Missions. INTERESTING ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
Foreign Missions. INTERESTING ADDRESS. ON Monday night last in the Metho dist Church, the Rev. J. Watson ad dressed a meeting in advocacy of Foreign Missions. The chair was occupied by Mr. J. Gale. J.P., who briefly introduced the speaker. Prior to the commencement of his address the Rev. Watson, sang a Fijian hymn, after which he kept his audience in a state ef amusement for about 2 hours by his many exciting experiences among the islinders. The speaker went on to explain what a lovely place Fiji was to live 4u. The islands are larger than many in the -Pacific. Some of these possess very rich soil, and great plantations of sugar cane stretching for scores of miles give proof that the land is val trable Same of the islands are cov ered with cocoanut palms, and these plantations are very valuable.indeed. There are very large rivers in Fiji the Rewa, the Navua, and the Ba are bigger that any river in Australia. The secret of this is such aheavy rainfall, for as much as 22ft. (not inch...
A VETERAN SHEEP JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
A 'VETERAN SHEEP .JUDGE. Mr. William Glasscock, the veteran sheep judge, has in his possession 127 ahampion and graind champion ribbons for hie prize merino exhibits. At the recent Albury show, having the largest. number of sheep exhibits in the State, Mr. Glassoock won five 'ont of the seven champions and at the N.S.W. Sheepbreeders' Association Show held in Sydney recently lie gained ten firsts and two seconds. Mr. Glasscock, who 'judged at Queanbeyan show, resides on his-fine estate at Coolne, near Gun degni.. He is president of the Gonda. gai P. & A. Association, and is regar. ded as one of the most successful stud sheep-breeders in Australia.
SECTION G.—FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SECTION G.-FARM PRODUCE. Judge, P. H. Lindedowne, Goulburn. Stewards. Messrs T Coleman, jur.,- and J Gale Bushel harvest wheat, R. Maloney Hundredweight potatoes, white skin, J. W. Butt Hundredweight potatoes any other var iety, Thos. Power Hundredweight early potatoes, J. W. Bitt. Bushel white oats. R. Maloney Bushel maize, R. Maloney 12 cobs of maize, J. W. Butt hag Milling Wheat, 1016 gift of C. White, Esq., R. Maloney Collection of wheat, R. Maloney Bushel of Algerian oats. R. Maloney Bushel of Cape barley, R. Maloney Bag Oaten Chaff, £1/1/ gift Moore Bros., J. W. Butt Bag Wheaten Chaff, £1/1/ gift of Inter national Harvester Co., B. Maloney 3 sheaves of oaten hay, J. W. Butt 3 sheaves of wheaten hay, R. Maloney Bag of onions, R. Maloney Collection Swede turnips, Thos. Power Collection of cereals, R. Maloney Collection Farm Produce, £2/2/ gift of C. H, McKeahuie, Esq.; J. W. Butt Pound fresh butter lib salted, Mrs. John Morrison
DAMAGE BY BUSH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
DAMAGE BY BUSH FIRE. As a result of the bush fire at Uriarra on Monday, 8th instant, Mr. John McLaughlin had 200 acres of grass burnt and a largo quantity of fencing. Messrs C. Hardy and D. Roberotson, as well no losing some stock also lost grass and fencing. The nearest ap proach of the fire to the posj-office was about half a mile. During the night Mr. McaLnughlin's homestead was in danger, but with the assistance of some of the neighbours the bhome stead property was saved. We learn also that Mr. G. J. Webb lost u large quantity of fencirg.
SECTION F.—POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SECTION F.-POULTRY. Judge, Mr. E. E. Morgan, Stoward, Mlr H Taylor Plymouth ,Rock, -hen -or pullet, -R. Mc Donald Game cook or cockrel, H. Thurban 1 and 2 Game ben or pullet, H. Thurban 1 and 2 White Leghorn cock or cqckrel, J. Britton, 1 ; Mrs. John Morrison, 2 White Leghorn hen or pullet, Mrs. John Morrison I and 2 Brown Leghorn cook or cookrel, B. Mc Donald Brown Leghorn hen or pullet, R. Mc. Donald Black Orpington cock or cookrel, I. Royal Black Orpington hen or pullet, I. Royal Wyandotte hen nu pullett, Sam Ford Minorca cock or oockrel, I. Royal Minorca hen or pullet; I. Royal Pair fowls any breed. Sam Ford - Pair cockrels any breed suitable for export, I.Royal, 1; Sam Ford, 2 Coop of common towls, cock and three hens, Sam Ford, 1 ; I. Royal, 2 AAmerican bronze, turkey cock, Mrs. A. J. Studdy
SOCIAL AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 19 March 1915
SOCIAL AND DANCE. On Wedneaday ni.ht the social and dance in aid of St. Gregory's R. C. Church was held in the Protestant Hall. A very enjoyable night's danc ing was indulged in, about 80 couples participating in the mazy nidasures. Country folk were largely in evidence and a large contingent- were present from Duntroon. Dancing commenced about nine o'clock and was continued with unabated vigor until the adjourn ment for supper. The chorus of "Oh" how nice !" which was uttered by the dancers when they entered the large supper room, was evidence of the ap preciation of those present at the well laid-out and profusely decorated tables,. and those responsible for this artistic display deserve the highest commen dation for their efforts. The over head decorations were very appropri ate, and the tables were laden with a dainty and varied assortment of viands, vases of flowers being tastefully ar ranged in between; The dance music, which was thoroughly up-to date and greatly appreciated, ...