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COOMA CRICKET Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

COOMA CRICKET ¿ Annual Meeting The ,'Cooma Cilcket' Club h«ld its \.nn.yhl Meet inT Jail woek and the fol 'owlr.R office boaiors AVOIV elected. Pallon,. Mrs. A Ila'1.}, , 'President, Mr. W. W." Jlodscs ' Vlco-Fiesidents, Me.sf.rs. F. F, Mit- chell, E. ft. Quodling, O. C. Litch leld, T. V. JiewieuN,, J. J. Scho- field, f'Cömmandei Chance, C E. ííbbául. ' E. II Litelifuld, H. H. ito'omon, 13. Rolfe, 13. ..Qyfóos,, E. S. Maw-ton, lîcv. Edwaid.s, F~ C. flbtíg, M. P'Cortnor. F. F. Antill, T\ R'olfe, G. Ko\teiti,on, W. Tarni ctl, 11.'Spence, F. N. Cio.^e. ' \ Capta'n, Mr. W. E. Goodwin. 4 ,' Vc'c-Captain, Rev. Canon ¡Hirst. Commute: L. P. Holgate, J, R, dui- ner, H A Ho e, A. Richards, <A. Orlh, E. McDonald, H Clarke«, A. Love, IX, fimllh, A \V. Binvc, A.' tboádlieád, W. titan1. ' i J'tHon. Sécrétai y and Treasurer,-Mr. O. Waitei .s. ' , It Was decided at the moetlnT that a now wicket Avonlrt be put^doAWi for the coming .season.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Latest Scratchings. CAULFIELD CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

Litest Scratching CAULFIELD CUP Val im i ta METROPOLITAN Alßreilar Pi Ince WAKWIC-K I ARM MEETING Warv ic < Stakes Valamila J| rinq Handicap Kin' Vii "\1 mistan Milu 15 Ivniß

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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HEROIC AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

HSROiC AGAIN. ThP suce o of Hen oo ai Williams (own August mcotlns on slluriHv liouîd n ike I biff oii^aiffo in the bet vmtî maikot and COUM? his supboUci" mich plcTsuio «?la.itng m the Unfci uood fatales a weirht loi ae o event o\ct 011^ milo the Yalal* hot se moved adlv at the 'tait, aftei a lew ,vee ends dohiA at the barrier A. fealu-e if tho i icr A\as Hie splónd'd manne/ iii Which Heroic (lni«-hcd and ho sliow d no 'nrlinat'on lo hanj1- back winn n¡j he lace in the íecord time, for the ?ace, of 1 io

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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N.S.W. HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

N.S.W. HOSPITALS. "Tho iî.SAV. Covernmcnt intends ro bring in legislation-probably next session-which it is bopan" will place .the hospitals on :i more sat'sfactory foot- ing," stated tho MnistTi- for Health, Mr. Cann, on Wodnosilay morning.

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THE METROPOLITAN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

-THE METROPOLITAN Count Cavour still remains first in, Hi'i bett Int?.-for 1 lib; Metropolitan, 'while the' position of other candidates, with the exception' of lloonaki, AVIIOSC price e.imti* down AVith n rush as ar result ol his AVin in the Ho.se/Tilll AiiRii.st Hand i raptare unaltered, Larkspur has short-', ened a -couple of points. Following ia (Mo ordor-ol" the fimcle.*. ; v Count Cavour, ' l'anthoon, Slnr ill anser. ; ' ' Mountain Trinco, Spearfelt. 1 lonou'ree, Larkpjnir,,^ Dainly, "Davie., .lolmnie Jones, Piastoon'RunnoymPdi.'. Poonala, fa'oitdiiy, Tho Banker. ?

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EPSOM FANCIES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

EPSOM FANCIES Aftei hi 1» Pliant win m th* Dunili handicap at Post hill ht S luic'ij \mounis A a'5 mçUle faAoüiíte for tin Epsom Handicap disposing 1 uji ail Jit shoj tened thiee points fcjome pf the i rig bOAACAor o^ InT to th«-' èuspeii-vloW of^aohcH- quoted Amounis" .Arid Ftfjiif san n.-. cqaal iavcnh.to> Ctiieï hon»^ to h" <Jiö tened aie Mullabawri Wed Jiiií FAe anti Lo istei The order of Ile popular fancit! is as, follow - Amounis -< r 1 ujKan ) ïrullabawn Roa^fr WiddinT E\o Quau Tait Aorangi Ealbm Dn^pipes Heml phore Red Gauntlot \ nulty Foi h on 1'eriwon Vals 1 îinvnlniï Colcsberg- lion Moon

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PRIVATE GARAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

PRIVATE GARAGES , The increase in K private ownership of motor vehicles in Queanbeyan Is evidenced by the number of applica tions'being received at every meeting ol' the council for the erection of priv vate garaues. * At last mooting Blanche Collyer_was granted permission to erect a garage in .Park .Street. ,*The applicaUon of Mr. l-l. . """carl for a permit co build a gar- age In Ross Road was referred loathe Inspector for ? a report, while an ap- plication frb.ni Mr.'E. Mason for auth- ority to build a garage was referred back to the applicant, who is required to provide information regarding the locality -of his ground and details of Hie bulling, to bo sol out on the proper form.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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TULLY CUP GOULBURN'S DECISION NOT CHALLENGING Caulburn Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

TULLY CUP \\ GOULBURN'S DECISION \\ NOT CHALLENGING \\ l\ , Cnulburn Weäncsdav. Thc members "of the Goulburn League Football Club are cotitent to let the Tully Cup rci»l AVlth Canberra,, the .ji ejent holders. ( Al meeting- ot the club lias decided not to challeiiKC Canberra again this K'aain. The cicision waa reached by only" a A'ery small majority.

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SEVEN MILE WALK [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

SEVEN MILE WALK George A. Parker, the 'NCAV, South Wales walking champion, addccL'n'ew figures' for the seven tulle Avallé last Saturday, when, competing under the control of the N. S. W. Walking and Field Games Club, 'ho covered the dis-" lance In St minutes 27 t/5 sees, thus breaking his prcA'ious record., Ile al- so bettered figures' for the S and 9 miles. -

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

I TENDERS CALLED. "I aurence H Kudd Architect, South A\ell Circi it B'anfoi (lia, (Telephone Canbeiia 63), IhMte tendéis foi Hie e ect on ot a shop and icsidence at lot S M muka Plan i and speciflca tions available at the above address Referendum Sept. 4 For a United Australia, and to tren-jthen the Uanda of the Nationul Parliament Vote for en- larged Constitutional Towers. How to Vote "YES" Tv/ice. I DO YOU APPROVE of the 'proposed law for the Alteiatron of the Constiiri' t.OR, entitled. "CONSTITUTION ALTERA TI0N (Industry and Commerce) 1926"? fXJ YES. Q NO. .»SHMMMM*B*BMa*MM*^M>^MMI 2. DO YOU APPROVE of the proposed law for the Alteratron of the Constitu tion, entitled. "coNSTinrnoN ALTERA TI0N (Essential Ser- vices) 192ô"? fX] YES. I~l NO. Yon m ii it mark your vota by means of a crocs within the Square. Do not plaee any other mark or writ- ing on the Ballot Paper Xuthonsed by A. Kemp, 25 York Street Sydney

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BASKET BALL COOMA SCHOOL TEAM'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

BASKET BALL COOMA SCHOOL TEAM'S VISIT. A Basket Ball team from the,Cooma District School visited Telopea Park, Canberra, on Saturday last, the visit 'ng team winning hy 7 points. The following team " represented Cooma:-E. Maiden (Capt.), M. Hughes A. Mockette: G, Robinson, D. Sims, I. Mack, -I.,." Tozer, R.' Bastardi, I. Good- win. The Final .Scores were: COOMA.2i. TELOPEA PARK.14

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COMPETITION POINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

COMPETITION POINTS The following" is a list of the points .icoral hy indiA'idual players in the Rußliy Union competition for the sea ion. Flayers scoring- fewer thani SO omtK hav# been eliminated: S. »Crossman (Jf-tand.) "J\ G. Doran (Glebo-Bal.) \\W. Ross (Unb), .. .. l.i Cuni (Manly) . C. \ToWers (Rand.) *-»v .. 3. ¿Ford (Glebo-Bal) . # .. W.b. Sheehan (Uni.)- ti*v % 1 Thom (Manly) j. A. (1 Thorpe (Vv'.S.) .... E. li Greatorex (Y.M.C.A.) 1-t "Si* J\\ Johnstons (Uni.) \. Riwers (Rand.) .. R. Bl Foote (UniT . H v. walker fManly) .. ~t. I .dulon (Manly) .. ar>H<«5lein (<Uni.)v i. *N. llufty (E. Subs.) .... «2 M.-Griifre (N. Syd.) .'. G. Thomas (N. Syd!) .. W.' Hatimill (N. Syd.) r. G. Pfe. ii 28 «9 i 23' bi, 0 21 51 i 2-1 53 8 12 52 9 9 47 3 15 4fi 3 13 44 '8 7 43 14 0 42 13s 1 41 13' 0 39 13 D 3.9 12 * 38 12' 0 38 2 12 33 3. 11 33 ' 1 11 31 3 9 30 10 0 30

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

Illili Cnid- Australian I'ro.iucts Ulindi lo THE WORLD'S BUST 7'Jic Erudina I'nirer Traniniitlor for More Than (¡7 Years. , PIONEE&LEATHER . BELTING - ¡.euther liittinn, Hair Ililli' Laren, l'ump anil llydiaulle Leathers, >*-.'d'r and llinin st leathers, Html Upper Leathers, .Minie Only by J. C. Ludowici &. Son LTD., "PIONEER HOUSE". '117 YORK ST., SYDNEY (Near Town.Mall) Let Pioneer (trip Every Power Pulley in Your Plant. . We are po ver transmission experts, if your Helling li properly livittille.l, ii is easy to luiilnla'n. Consult us. Hstitblished 1S58. HntirXy Austräumt Í-ÍF.N» FOR ÑKW CATALOCFF.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA ON TOP [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

WESTERN AUSTRALIA ON TOP At Perth. AVcstern Australia easily accounted for South Australia in the as I Interstate match of the season, ast Saturday. A feature of the game ?vas the accurate goa! kicking of both ildes, 28 being kicked during' th« jame, in ivhieli the behind» totalled mly 12. Rain fell during the final quarter. The dntcrlm' scores of the tour quarters respectiA'oly AVere W.A. -.¿, 7-1. 13-1, 1S-V, and S. A. 1-0, 5-2, S-5, and 10-5.

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PLAYERS FORM [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

PLAYERS FORM J. Courtney ol' North Sydney heads he individual point score In the Rug jy League competition this season, and las, to date, scored 101 points, Avhich »vero made up with 10 tries and 37 ;oals. The list of other ' individual linyera scoring 21 points "and over s as fallows: \. Traynor (St. G.). ti 33 SI . \. Oxford (13 .Subs.) 3 38 84 V. Blair (S.Syd.). 3 37 83 T. Ellis (NoAvt.) . 0 34 OS I. Toohey (Glebe) _ 4 ' 25 C2 Û. Wearing (S.Syd.) .. 14 8 00 V. F. O'Rourke (Uni) .. 3 11 37 E. Ryan (Uni.) . 7 G 33 J. Filtlcld 'CWSubu) ..11 0 33 .4. Byrne (B. Subs ..10, 1 32 S. Dolg (W. Subs) _ 1 l-l 31 P. Hickey (Newt) _ 10 0 SO Í. Ward (Uni.) . S....0 21 /. Lawrence (S. Syd) ..10 0 SO A. Russell (Bal) . 2 11 2S .'. McMillan (W. Subs). 1 12 27 H. Henry (N. Syd) _ C'S 21 :. Redmond (W. Subs.) S 0 21 f. Ward (Uni) . S [\ 21 \. Carr (S. Syd.) _ S * 0 21 3. Root (S. Syd.)_. . S' 0' 21 *, * * The match to decide the Rugby Un 'on premiershop, played on Saturday last, Avas a fitting concl...

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Queanbeyan Motor Garage [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

Queanbeyan Motor* Garage The Queanbeyan ? Motor Garage has taken over the motoring business until recently conducted by Balmain Bros. The proprietors retain the agencies for the Hudson Suporsix and I3ssex Cars, and intend to rebuild the present gar- age to meet the requirements 'of sales and service. '

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Melbourne College Girls [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

Melbourne College Girls A party of 2S Melbourne School girls are to visit Canberra on Monday next. The party includes 21 girls from Merton Hall House? Melbourne Church of Eng- land Girls' Grammar School, and girls from Hie Mentone Girls' Grammar and is under charge of Miss M. Consul's, a. mistress of Melbourne » Church -of J**nglund Grammar School. , , The girls spent two days in Sydney bn route for Mount Kosciusko, and arc returning to Melbourne via Canberra.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

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RACHEL FORSTER HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

RACHEL FORSTER HOSPITAL* The new" /Hosp'tiil i has recently .¡hanged its nnino to Hie Rachel Fors- tet Hospital (after Bady Forster), This, did not pleu.se, some of the committee,* who thought {.hat the change'savoured of snobbery. It had one good result, however. Lady Bciïison (who opened Uie new wing last Saturday), decided 3)1 the spot to take an interest) in the hospital. . " 'the Rachel « Forster Ilosipta'l *for Women is run by women, for women, from women', of women, and all the rest of it. It i*^,entirely tóalted by women i*cr four of the honoiary doctors at- tached .to the "heap Ita! have married luring one .war. ,lt?< reminds one of the club thal \vas smarted once in Syd ley, by about 100 girls, pledged to spin ilirhood. Nlncty^iovi li.of the gills, m* clud.ng Iho h(c*et*ltir.v add lounder, mar- led or lu-cime' ingold d^irlng the fir.sl ind pilly year Jof ¡.Hy* clul/.t existence*.

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POPPIES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

POPPIES t bavé* filled irlv vaso tb-day Willi a sheaf ol poppies gay, RIM' pink, and white and red, Gathered I roui my gai den bed. Delicately fiall they scorn, Ti emulous, and all agleitifi With life tender tears or night Glist'ning in the morning llgh% Vet a pt icblcss gift they koop ' In theil lienr»s--the rift of slpep, Bearing in her quiet breath, Semblance to her sister, death.1 i . I Oh1 frail flowers, some there are Who fiom loy have travelled far, Vnd have oft willi sun ow met, And they would longed-forger. Close the weary eyes that woop With "»our incensó-laden sleep, jteep their .soni,os in the w.ne. , Ol' forgerfulness divine B lllWIN, Biingn y.

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