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  2. Correspondence.

    Referring to Harry Land's letter—"voluntary or otherwise," in the AGE on 30th January, in reply to mine of the 28th ultimo. We will now cut out all his ...

    Article : 408 words

    Benefit sports meeting at Sutton on Easter Monday. Tuggranong folk will again hold their annual sports on Easter Monday. ...

    Article : 801 words
  4. Cricket.

    Queanbeyan scored another victory on Saturday last by defeating Burrs by 40 runs. Burra went to the wickets first, W. Gibbs and J. Moore facing the ...

    Article : 771 words
  5. A Popular Clergyman.

    Taking advantage of a short holiday the Rev. Gordon Hirst, Queanbeyan's erstwhile popular rector of Christ Church, motored across from Temora on Friday in ...

    Article : 200 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 292 words
  7. Here and There Notes.

    The roguish snapper-up of trifles in the "Winter's Tale" could sing and smile and pick a pocket with the same sang froid as the modern ...

    Article : 857 words
  8. Mr. and Mrs. Hirst Entertained at Social Gathering.

    Last night Mr. Hirst and his wife were tendered a social in the Protestant Hall. There was a large gathering of parishioners and, with Mrs. C. T. ...

    Article : 1,870 words

    Sir,—That amiable theorist, Mr. Huie, whose self-denying efforts for our own good we all respect so much, has been writing in the papers iterating and ...

    Article : 428 words
  10. Our Hospital.

    The new board of management met at the Council Chambers on Friday night, the members in attendance being, Messrs. R. R. Hetherington (president) Woodward, ...

    Article : 485 words
  11. THE Queanbeyan Age.

    In comparison with the hard and dogged two-party, "first-past-the-post" elections to which we have hither been ...

    Article : 572 words
  12. All About People.

    Mr. Thos. Gribble, Senior, was in town on Saturday looking hale and hearty, notwithstanding his advanced years. Tom's score is 87 (not out) and still going strong. ...

    Article : 324 words
  13. Better Roads.

    The National Roads Association of Australia proposes inter hlia, to unite in one body all road users so as to secure reasonable and just legislation. ...

    Article : 251 words
  14. Sutton.

    The residents of Sutton and near locality held a meeting in the public hall on Saturday night for the purpose of organising a benefit for the Millyn family. The ...

    Article : 268 words
  15. Royal Agricultural Society.

    The education committee of the Royal Agricultural Society has reported to the Council that the organisation in connection with ...

    Article : 157 words
  16. Rifle Shooting.

    The first watch for a £1/1/- donated by Mr. W. E. Gale, commenced on Saturday, conditions were 10 shots at 300yds. The usual cash prizes were won by J. Gallagher ...

    Article : 76 words
  17. Homebush Stock Sales.

    The stock sales at Homebush on Thursday included:—Sheep: Lanyon, Ltd., Queanbeyan, 48 xw 33/3, 19 xr 24/, 115 e 15/3: G. A. Boreham, Bungendore, 306 xl ...

    Article : 81 words
  18. Triumph Pictures.

    The following excellent two-star programme will be screened at the above theatre to night (Tuesday):—The Squaw Man," 6,000ft, a production with ...

    Article : 56 words



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