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GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

GOULBURN The popiilai ity of^ the social^ efforts of 'the commercial lfouses in Goulburn may be judged by .the fact that 400 couples attended -the Goulburn Co Operative Society -Sporty Club's ¿(ance last week. ."* .. , < .<" ' In vlow of his departure - for the Armidale district, Lt.-Col. If. D Mac- artney, C M G, D S O ,"* was tendered a 'ai ewell dinner at the Royal Hotel last Wednesday night bv the Goulburn Polo Club Mr. L T. Watson, 'sup- ported by Mr F_ P. Hopkins, spoke ^lowirigly of «.heir guest's enthusiastic nterost in polo and the\llstrict gencr illy., After the dinner, the Colonel was maired add carried to the Soldiers' Club, where he was ^entertained «it. a lance by the Allies' Club. , ^ Goulburn Is represented at the Country Golf Carnival in Sydney this .veek by Messrs D. Çoonan, J Knowl man, A. T. Bioad, G. Rogers and Dr Buchanen Des Coonan Is defending his Country Golf Champion title. *<**!, The Goulburn Ambulance Corps came, second, a...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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VISIT TO CANBERRA Parliamentary Delegation HISTORIC CEREMONY Canberra will be the scene of a historic ceremony on Monday next, when the members of the United Kingdom branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association will present the Speaker's Chair to Federal Parliament House. The visiting delegation of the Empire Parliamentary Association, numbering 68, will pay a three day visit to Canberra, and more than 90 members of the Federal Houses of Parliament will be present. State houses of parliament will also be represented at the gathering, which will rank second in importance only to the official opening of the Houses of Parliament which will take place in May next. A comprehensive programme has been mapped out by the Federal Capital Commission for the entertain-0 ment of the visitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

VISIT TO CANBERRA Parliamentary Delegation HISTORIC CEREMONY Canberra will be the scene of a historic ceremony on Monday next, when the members of the United Kingdom branch of the Empire Parliamentary Association will present 'the Speaker's Chair to Federal Parliament House. The visiting delegation of the Empire Parliamentary Association, numbering 68, will pay a three day visit to Canberra, and more than 90 members of the Federal Houses of Parliament will be present. State houses of parliament will also be represented at the gathering, which will rank second in importance only to the official opening of the Houses of Parliament which will take place in May next. A comprehensive programme has been mapped out by the Federal Capital Commission for the entertain- ment of the visitors. Parliamentary Association 'will leave Syd- ney on Sunday evening by special train at half past ten for Canberra. According to the original plan, the delegates were to have left Canberra at 9 o'clock on We...

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AMUSEMENTS STAR PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

AMUSEMENTS STAR. PICTURES *- Al the Star Theatre, Queanbeyan, on Satmday night, will bo sciocnbd, for the first time hore, a. new film, "Going Straight," fcatui lils" tho Queen of tho -movies, Mary -PicFrord. Ht Is considered by critics lo bo «ne of"the best Pickford, di amas seen In rcccntr yeal s. - The supporting feature .. Is( "Chasing Trouble" a stirrtair western, story, w.th Pete Morrison In the lead. On Mondcy next, the Continental far- ceur/ Max Linder., will bel seen in a comedy feature "Serven Tear's Bad Luck." The "programme for Wednesday ¿light next embraces two star films. ! Qnç "Better to Mai ry" fcaturlrjg Miss De la Motto - and Lewis Stone, ' and "Hidden Menace," a feature' providing* a fitting vehicle for'thc clever cowboy stunts of Hun leane Hutch. It is a western 'drama, Svith all the types graphically portrayed, and lends, itself to photo graphy^of-the hill country of Colorado. An epic "Wonderful .London" -will be projected on the silver screen on Oct- ober 19. I...

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BOY SCOUTS FEDERAL CONFERENCE 100 SCOUTS TO VISIT CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

BOY SCOUTS FEDERAL CONFERENCE 100 SCOUTS TO VISIT CANBERRA ¡The .seventh annual Federal confcr cnep of the Boy Scouts' A-jsocioiion wan opcjied at the Chamber of Manufac- tures, Sydney, on Tuesday afternoon' by his Excellency the Governor-Oeneral, Chief Scout for Australia Delegates were present from all the States except Tasmania, and representatives, from various city bodies. xHis Excellency was welcomed by Mr. Kelso King, chairman^ His Excellency said Ihat.'wh.lLo theie .were hundreds of keen boys, nio-o keen young men were wanted as scoutmast- ers. , Not only In Australia, but all over the world, the lack of yoinig men ready to become scoutmasters Mas a greal difficulty. His Excellency men- tioned that he' had^lmdv reports con- cerning the *scxcellont work done by scouts in the Boronia level-crossing accident, and ho was considering what appropriate reward might bo made. Sir William Cullen,' presided of the N.S.W. section, welcomed the delegates to Sydney. Ho emphasised the nece...

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BRAKE SQUEAKS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

BRAKE SQUEAKS Squeaking is often due to dirt and grit embedded in the brake lining. A good, stiff brushing with a wire brush and kerosene will remove the grit. If the grit is deeply embedded, a mixture of powdered resin and castor oil ap- plied, to the lining will remove the trouble. Squeaking,brakes may tempor- arily be stopped by spraying water be- tween the brake surfaces. Even pour- ing water on the drums with a water- ing can, will be a partial remedy. The brake lining itself will be improved by the wetting. Remember that all your work will be wasted if the rivet heads in the lining bear against tile drum sur- face. The best remedy in this case is to replace the lining, although the condition may be improved by sinking the rivet heads.

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CITY PLANNING The Zoning System ECONOMY AND STABILITY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

CITY PLANNING The Zoning System ECONOMY AND STABILITY Keeping the city or town in order is just as important as keeping one's house in order and infinitely more complicated, owing to the scale and variety of accommodation to be dealth with and the numerous services to be arranged. Zoning is the branch of town planning that aims at protecting the indiviual rights of property own- ers to prevent encroachment on their lighting and access of fresh air and sunlight to the buildings, as well as from undesirable neighbours whose businesses or trades may cause de- preciation of their property. Noisy factories and noxious trades that neither business people nor people in residence want, have always caused much trouble and heartburning, es- pecially when established adjacent to valuable land and so depreciating the latter. The advent of skyscraper buildings with vertical facades towering into the their height, were the signal for more trouble and introduction of zoning laws, in order to preve...

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THE FIRST SUBURB Development Of Ainslie HOMES INDUSTRIES AND TRADES CANBERRA'S UTILITY AREA Time has wrought much change at Ainslie during the last few years, and no portion of Canberra, apart from that actually used as the seat of Government, will prove as important in the future as this centre. Scenes of unequalled activity are to be seen in every direction, and in different avenues of endeavour in this, the civic centre of Canberra. Industries are being established one by one, trading and financial concerns are pushing on with their plans, while residenials are springing up week by week. Within a year, Ainslie will represent a city in itself, but it is also the indispensable suburb of the city, the centre to which every citizen must turn for all requirements. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

THE FIRST SUBURB Development Of Ainslie HOMES INDUSTRIES AND TRADES CANBERRA'S UTILITY AREA Time has wrought much change at Ainslie during the last few years, and no portion of Canberra, apart from that actually used as the seat of Government, will prove as important in the future as this centre. Scenes of unequalled activity are to be seen in every direction, and in different avenues of endeavour in this, the civic centre of Canberra. Industries are being established one by one, trading and financial concerns are pushing on with their plans, while residenials are springing up week by week. Within a year, Ainslie will represent a city in itself,   but it is also the indispensable suburb of the city, the centre, to which every citizen must turn for all require- ments. Ainslie, which has been appropriately dubbed "The First Suburb," holds the kernal of Canberra's ultimate future, for it is to be the seat of Canberra's finance, trade, industry, and greater population. The ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

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WITH BAT AND BALL Federal Territory Cricket Season Officially Opened BOWLING GOOD—BATTING POOR The 1926-27 season of the Federal Territory Cricket Association was officially opened on Saturday under the most ideal weather conditions, when two hundred and fiyty players participated in matches throughout the Federal Capital Territory. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

BAT' AND BALL Federal Territory Cricket Season Officially ' -^ "' , Opened . - BOWLING GOOD-BATTING'POOR ¿j ^ .'--:- ./ ( Tho 1926-27 soason of the Föderal Territory Cricket Association was ' , officially opened on Saturday under the most ideal weather condi- tions, when two^hundrod apd fiyty players participated in ' matches throughout the Federal Capital Territory. Previous to Saturday1 there was a good d-.al of doubt us to whetherHhe Inclement weather which ~had been ex- perienced in Canberra during the past wcelc'would prevent the opening of the c'rleket season last week-end. Satur- day, however, broke fine and wami, and conditions were ideal for the initial matches of the competition. The Northbourne Club opened its season on the Northbourne ground, by the unfurling of the pennant for the itason 1925-26, which was .won by that club. , , ', 'This ceremony was performed by Mr. W. II. l.óugluoy, President of the NotUtbournc Club, who,'in his opening remarks stated-"that when the N...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

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LONELY ISLAND MYSTERY Modern Robinson Crus[?]e FATE OF A CASTAWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

LONELY ISLAND MYSTERY Modem Robinson Crusoe FATE OF A CASTAWAY This Is thn strange story of a lonely .ottaway who vas discovered, it is sup- posed-only a few m'nules after lie liad lied-on sa lonely island In the Ind'an ")cean. Who was ho? How did he COTIC there? How long had he led lil« Cruso" 'ike existence alone? These questions will never he answered,- but there was "some ovidoncc to show that he might 'íave been an Austrian nobleman. A« can he .said of most lyTairs in life -o with tho sea, truth Is stranger than Hct'on. Had tho story about to los re 'ated been the work of an imaginative ?vriter of feuilletons says Captain Leslie Oobb. narrator of the story, it would doubtless have put down os a very creditable effort at mystification; but when it Is realised that tho maller.'-, told actually happened, the affair takes on an even more inlngulng Interest leaving one wondering what on earth fan have hapnon^d, what the explanaA tion can possibly be. | A few yars ago, the steamer Bo...

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LAWN TENNIS The Correct Position [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

LAWN TENNIS The Correct Position "Wo often speak of tho correct and Incorrect posltlon,*but we seldom pauso to consider exactly what we mean," writes "Austral" In "Australasian Lawn Tennis." "Whc"n wo do, wo have to realise that actually there Is no ab- solute correct position for all strokes at all times. There are not even only two correct positions, namely, one for the haselincr, and the other for the vollcyer. for correct position .varies no1 only wlih the player on whoso side wo aro for the moment supposed to bo, but abo with his opponent for the moment. '.'Then, also, it varies in relation with the kind of surface of the court on which wo are playing:. Correct posi- tion ccrtainly^s not tho samo for hard courts and for grass, and beyond all question It varies In relation to singles and doubles. How then, can wo sa> that there is a correct position at all? If there Is, how are we to ascertain It for the various phases of the gamo wc are to play? "Lot us first deal with doubl...

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REMARKABLE PROGRESS WITH TELEVISION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

REMARKABLE PROGRESS WITH TELEVISION Visitors to the National Radio Exhi- bition at Olympia (London) are able to see 2LO actually at work. The whole   of one end of the gallery is occupied by the B.B.C., who have erected a replica of one of the studios at Savoy Hill. Famous artists broadcast at certain times during the day, and the various "uncles" and "aunts", are seen at work through glass windows. A well-known wireless concert-party are also among the performers. Among the exhibits is a picture which operates as an excellent loud speaker, and valves which may be dropped,   bounced, and knocked about with seem- ing Impunity. If the promoters are   able to persuade some enterprising manufacturer to show a valve which will withstand the shock of putting the high tension current across the filament they will, indeed, have introduced a real boon to the novice.     A most useful accessory that can be   Incorpo...

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HOW AND WHY TO PLAY GOLF Game Which Slays All Other Worries. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

HOW AND WHY TO PLAY GOLF Game Which Slays All Other t . Worries. (By Robert Magill, who, in the Lon- don "Sunday Pictorial," .says the golfer has no-time to fret about trifles like earthquakes or politics.). The underlying theory of gift "Is" te hit tlie ball, and then got mad because you dropped your shoulder, or forgot to 'go slow back. "" * * You keep hitting the ball, and get- ting madder, until you get the, con- founded thing on to the green, where ypu chivvy it round a dozen times until it falls down the hole. , Then you look round rnrtivply.-nioist èn ' the point of your pencil, and put down a five, which is what you would have taken if all the conditions had not been against you.__ - r have often tfíought that, for the benefit of beginners, like myself, there ought to be a notice framed and .stu?k up in every club house, pomt'ng out that the real idea of the game Is. to get the little ball into the^ little (hol» with the little club, because when you begin to learn thoroughl...

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RADIO'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

RADIO'S LUCK. (Hy U. Vi i ana.) The things that come by radio are wonderful indec'ct; We tu'iie in on Hie little* waves just as óuivfanelcs (ead; One "station sends, religion, and the otlieis politics, The' crop reports, the. fashion'notes, Hie latest ringside licks. "' J They're even"'- sounding'" photograph* ' uiHf\cVóssi-\\ drcL puzzles fly With" drama, and grand opora across the , ,,t teeming, sliv; But we'll'hover fill omi aerials with real ''old-fásh¡on'ed'*!)llss " , ' Till Station L-0-V-Eílcarñs.to radio a I Kiss.' *'" \ ' "' -,

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AUTOMOBILE STATISTICS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

AUTOMOBILE STATISTICS With a world population of 1,748"000 000 for 1025, there Is now an automobile owner in every group of seventy-ono persons, or a total of 24,000,000 owners, according to estimates by the Depart- ment of. Commerce in America. The United States has the greatest number of motor cars, and also the highest ratio ol' such cars, and also the highest I ratio of such vehicles lo population, .with one to every..six persons. Hawaii I has one to, every eleven, Canada one to I thirteen. Now ZealaMd, one io four , teen, Australia, one to twenty, Denmark, lone to' fifty-one, leading both .Great IDrltain and France," where the rytions are one to fifty-five, and one to fiflyT .thron lespccUvcly. Argentina har, ino same ratio as Great Britain, ? namclyr 'one to fifty-five. The.hold which motor | ing has achieved on Scandanavia is i indicated by the rallos, of Sweden and Norway, -one to seventy-five, and oin» to ninety-nine respectively. . -Aft this shows'the remarkable strides th...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

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RADIO PROG[?] W[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

RADIO PROG 7/F' ino IOHO.»-,'- . Art - "iid principal Itcnn o' ' iiiadcasiir^f Stations for the »CIISUIAK ;vi«*>ls: - * * 2F.C. "(i aimer's) 442 Metres.. Friday, October S.-Rose Marie (Her Majesty's), Secoiid*Act; Ö.50 p.m. L ' Saturday, October, ' 9.- Dorothy {Comic Opera); 8.45 p.m. Sunday, October , 10.-St. Andrew's Cathedral,' U a.m. 'National Rifle Mil- itary Service,' 3 p'mî.- Pitt Street Con- gregational, 7 p.m. ' - ' Monday, October li.-Handing over Speaker's Chair at Canberra, 11.30 a.m. Tuesday, " October 12.-Empire Pio gramme for Delegates at Canberia, 8.30 p.m.,. , »''** , .Wednesday, October 13.-Royal Syd- ney Apollo Concert, S p.m. Thursday, October 14.-Captain Hur- ley's final adventure talk; 8.3« p.m. Friday.-October 15.-Hawaiian Music from Prince Edward Theatre; S p.m. Satuiday, October IG.-2FC Hospital Concert at Prince Alfred; 8 p.m. xjgunday, October '17."-St. Mark's C. if L\; 11 am..- Manly-Band, 3.30 pin. Lyceum Methodist, 7 p.m. Dulcitons Recital, i p.m. Mi...

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