Armidale Chronicle Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 1

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Armidale Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Armidale, New South Wales Everybody wears " and fancy ring. Himmelhoch Bros have a Paige assortment. Kinds Ilia Are very fashionable. §6? that Vou get yours at Himmelhoch Brothers working watchmakers jewellers Stone cutters. Imperial buildings Armidale. Spectacles to suit All sights. Fitted while you Walt. All Werk Dene on the premises. Cordial factory. Leverett Brothers late 1st Batt. . Rish to notify the Public of Armi Dale that they have opened an up to Date cordial factory in premises next to Empire hotel Beardy Street 1 and by using Only the very Best material Aid keeping their Stock at its present High Standard Hope to Merit a share of patronage. A a or to cordials delivered to any part of town. Give us a trial to Day. Call or ring phone 146. 1504 sporting materials. Tennis racquets reliable makes grips presses banquet covers balls Dunlop and Spalding s. Footballs Aud bladders All sizes Shin Pada and boxing gloves. Inspection inv a flt next Arcadia picture Palace. North Armidale general store e. J. Williams a Large and fresh 8tock of groceries always on hand. Ring phone 189, and carts will deliver orders anywhere e. J. Williams 473 late of paddle Dock. Piano tuning. Of your piano needs tuning you can �?�11 eave work with me. You vill be assured of expert work at a moderate charge. Stanley Whybrow Beardy Street Armidale. To is in the dining room that the family meets and the gossip of the Dag is retailed also when Mang of your friends will be entertained. How important then to have Good likeable of Umthun in this room. We have dining room suites in All the favored Tim Bers Oak and others in designs to please every taste. Consult us before Gou select pour furniture. We have ideas that map be of service to Gou and our prices Are an economical Factor in plan Ishing frjt8r & Mills where the Best furniture costs less Falconer Street Armidale. Do Mot neglect your eyes if any discomfort be present consult a. Horner Fletcher . Lately with Frederick a Tainan & co., Ltd Londo consulting optometrist and have the discomfort removed. A .-.ring.pjj, make Sofr appointment. Consulting Boom i Alleine Fletcher & son s jewellery establishment Telephone 324. Beardy Street Armidale. R. H. Kelly Saddle and harness maker Beardy-St., Amidale opposite Antt Pursall s hotel. A Large assortment of saddles and harness on band. All binds of saddlery nearly and promptly repaired phone no. As Coltman s bakery Marstr Street Astrid Quality bread delivered to any part of the town. Orders. May be booked at burling s i phone 33s. K35 m and m a Are the two most popular subjects of conversation a the present time. Of course tie Prince Lias heard of the new state and no doubt he is in favour of it but now we have your attention we want to Tell you about Hayes socks for men acid boys. We Are fully stocked at present in a men s Cotton socks ill Black and Gray All sizes 1/11 pair. Men s Lisle socks in black�?2/0 a 2/11 pair. Men s Lisle socks in Tan and grey�?3/ pair. Men s fancy Tan Lisle socks�?2/6 pair. Men s Lisle 8o0ks, in shot effects assorted colours�?3/11. Men s Wool a Cotton half-hose�?3/6 a 4/11. W. Men s All Wool Cashmere,hose�?4/6 a 7/6. Fit f or the Prince Lii self. Men s All Wool ribbed Cashmere half-hose�?7/6. Men s Tan Cashmere half-hose�?7/6 a 8/11. Men s Grey Cashmere half Hose Willi clock Jaeger make�?8/11. Men s All Wool Cashmere hose�?s/6, 6/6, a 7/6. Fit for the Prince himself. 3 boys Golf Hose in three Quarter and full length. We have them in All sizes from a Small boys6 Boot to a Large boys 7 Boot in Tan Grey and Black and assorted coloured tops. A pc. H. Hayes sons & the store with " the goods 3 the Block Corner Beardy and Marsh streets Armidale. Phone 67. M and at 21 Leaden Hall St., London. M the economical housewife 1iferps a bottle of Symington s Coffee Esee tie Handy a of Fol Zurc rdc a far. Coffee essence a child can make in a moment the most delicious Coffee in the world. Six quarts from one bottle. There is nothing better or More economical. Tho. Symington Reading Boohr hours 10 . To ajl 11 . Library , to 12 noon 1.30 . To 6.30 .v 7.30 to 8.30 . Saturday nights�?7 to Pon wednesday afternoons and evenings the Library is closed. Billiard boqmhoubs�?11 . To 11 . Membership�?6s per Quarter for gents., 4s per Quarter for ladies. Monthly Visi tors la 6d per month As from let Janu Ary 1917. The Library and beading Boom Are among the Best in the provinces. Two books Are available to subscribers at a time excellent billiard and card booms. R. A. G. Grant. 629. Hon Secretary. Epstein s fruit and vegetable Arcade Beardy Street Armidale opposite Curtis s. Choices fruits in season bes brands confectionery in Stock. Also newly furnished Tea rooms up to Date. Luncheon daily. Bs14 j. S. N Orris plumber & Gas fitter je8sie-8treet, Armidale. Reliability and reasonable prices. Give him a trial. "be8t for better phonell69. 3411 Crooks by air. How criminals May operate. There is nothing to prevent a daring criminal from holding up a Bank and using an aeroplane to assist him in carrying off the spoil to a place secure from Pursuit. This is the opinion of an experienced airman and if further testimony were required it is afforded in the accomplishment of just such a daring scheme at Benson Minnesota where aeroplane burglars got away with �25,000, says an Exchange. The possibility that aircraft May pressed into the service by criminals is dealt with by sir Nevil Macready com missioner of police in London in his latest report. Steps Are being taken to combat such a remarkable develop ment should it arise. One of the reasons Why Aerial crimes would be difficult to detect is the ease with which it would be possible to establish an Alibi. When two Brothers were charged with a crime in Benson Minnesota Ulicy advanced an almost impregnable Alibi by proving thai they were in St. Paul a Hundred Miles from Benson on tie afternoon of the Bank raid. Evi Dence was forthcoming however that the men possessed an aeroplane and they would be remanded until the machine could be found. America apart from a a York state an expert airman stated Lias no air Laws. New y Ork itself possesses Aerial police scouts but they have other things to do than Chase burglars. In great Britain Iho air regulations Jay Down thai All aircraft must be registered and it to to flown Over sea passed As airworthy. There i also four appointed Aerodromes i but As matters stand an enterprising criminal could use an Micro plur without Marks or with Dud letters he would not use the official Aerodromes bul would Rise and descend at some out of the Way spot. He would laugh at the penalty a a one of �200 or six months imprisonment for contravening the regulations. A Ling Lily organised band of Crimin als could arrange for the airman Burg Lar to Transfer to a ship at sea. The plane could be sunk and the men have an excellent Chance of escape with their Booty. Even unofficial trips to and from the continent Are not impossible. Coastguards Are supposed to watch for aircraft which Cross the coast but it is obvious that they cannot carry out such a task properly. We. Have not yet arrived at the time when unauthorised aeroplanes will to challenged and shot Down. Until then there is always the possibility that some daring criminal will launch out into a new sphere of of Peppermint cure. " a is and colds never fails. The London daily mail has been deluged with letters and telegrams testifying to the remarkable Success of Dame Nellie Melba s wireless concert. The diva s voice was heard in Paris Berlin the Hague Madrid and swe Den on liners and by. British wireless amateurs. Enthusiastic Cornwall re ports say the australian Nightingale was heard loud and a Mes Sage from Gloucester says it was simply Beautiful. God bless her and a Hundred similar messages have been received. Listen to this. You cannot play football without getting sprains barked shins bumps etc., and you cannot get right again without using Chamberlain s pain Balm freely. You will soon forget that you have Ever had an ache or a pain. Soldiers land. Resignation of arm1dale committee. I the lurid sub committee of the Armidale Ileon tation committee lied an important of acting on saturday afternoon. There were present messes. W. Moffatt Chaira. Glass of a Pearson p. Wright and tic Secretary Serge. H. S. Jones. The committee decided to resign in a body and their resignation will he tendered to full meeting of the executive on thursday afternoon next. The Puli committee All of whom Are competent men who have been connected with the land All their lives say that in few instances will the department accept their valuations of land made available for Soldier Settle ment and thus their time and Energy Given gratuitously goes for nought. Chec fitly the government Valuator ill de tie value of certain land at a lower Ilg Urc til at thai adopted for probate in 1s04. To help the girls. . Campaign. The Young women s Christian association is a world Force working for the spiritual mental and physical Wel fare of girls in every land. In Sydney there Are 80,000 girl workers. Of Elliis number 15,000 enjoy membership and privileges of the association clubs and classes 8000 use its restaurants weekly 1500 Are accommodated at its hostels yearly. Be Verity love per cent of these girls Are for i Hie country. Many come from Annadale. The . Gives them a City Home. But its present quarters arc too Small. The sum of �50,000 is urgently build and equip bigger and More adequate Headquarters. You gave willingly to our boys. Give generously to our girls. They Are the future mothers of our nation. The Nalmin their fathers and Brothers fought and died for. Results of Mitchell s word making Competition. First prize Harry Cook Taree Sec Ond miss Eva Etheridge third Hec Tor Evans. Wallsend fourth miss Warner Broa Meadow. Pour prizes at 5/ misses Giddy and Nora scarce messes. A. Slip Erich and e. G. Moo die. Nine at 2/6 mrs. Geog iian misses h. Davy Alice Nairn c. Schil Ling e. L. Callaghan i. M. Wood lands and Adelaide Turner or. A. Hunter and master v. Bartley. Spe Cial prize for labels miss g. Stevens. This keen Competition which ran from 40 to nearly 300 words was entered into from far and near. Buy a packet of Mitchell s to Peep Tea to gel particulars about the a sett interesting Competition Wlinich closes on August 31, 1920. Send entries to d. Mitchell a co., Perkun Street Newcastle. Babies Are Australia s Best immigrants in Many Homes baby Dees not appear greatly to the disappointment of husband and wife. A Book on this matter contains valued information and advice. Copies free if 2d sent for postage. A dept. T., i nature health co. Imp p v a i ,

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