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HOUSE No. 13. Residents Dislike It. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
HOUSE No. 13. Residents Dislike It. V loctnt motion bifoie the I on Ion Countv Council fi i pit mi sion lo lei out X.O IS li oin the mimbci mg of ipi tun st! cots was poslponcd i ho cities lion ot x,o lo his constinth v oxod london toi main stitcts have eiuiet lv dlscaidcil li espoclallv in Inshion able qunteis Mott Stielt Sli">nd Gicat St Helens 1 niton stioct 1 c1 st/o Vvcmtc I lav mai let Ciosvinot sticet St Junes ti col 1 liddon htiect mil 1 jrk lane ni anon; the in niv who have no Is o li The usual wai i tj hive al V oí i II V On the otho lund 1 ill Mall Hu lev Stn et Russel sipint both (lit loud Stitt! md Vlctoila licet ne amoila the majoi lt> (li it hav i a x,o 1} \ numbe i ol not ii le men lix o at No H 1 )ld 1 eauchimp foi hist mee lives at li Lola ne Sim u c infl Sir Challes I us^i ¡1 at H Deans "iaid Iho onlv pool that li is iinluckj Is Hut li At Inspectoi of lavet lives it li Oiosvcnoi C nilen \t 13 liuliv t von would expect to dud the biavtst men in london lhe>...
RARE CARPETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
RARE CARPETS. "Hi J nies I i ml lin I ill i d an \ it io i i o 1 i n Ut w h ) lu» se nchcd »the woilel lol i ne i iTpcl ! md whose toll ti ion ol HO PosUn and otho cn pi Is is on exhibition al- tin l.oston Mu cum wt uipntlj In 1 tunion Whll lit pot llid out tit sptciil won dos til a 1 t I si in cal pel nie i ,ut ín^ Jj li el bv U saul lo luv i bet n mule in Ispibin in 15 0 lu dt c1 ti ed thit in his opinion tin \ weil i ilo thin inv th it voe tj It lound in Ih^ lnict>t j)tel nu s in I he world Ihoc m li uiti i in oil e ii pels which ni eil iblc ol stui m ï tin titi]) t t onotion in t innis oui he slid linn m st mt which i i i^n could li\f with (oi llv M us mil di covet ».omo Ins'i illt"roiif ti oi ltbijiDus mi tutu in Hu li disW.n &lt;\oj da> 1 til iiipt ollt rilli., is i hobbv onlv lol the lew ht ol st t v ed In ill du Lnltetl Stilts linn ne but ()0 col It dois I hive spoil neath LJOO0Ü0 on the hobbv
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
B. For Timber Service - - LARGE STOCKS Ol-', KVüRY VA1ÏIKTY OF BUILDERS' AND TIMBER USERS' REQUIREMENTS I" TIMSER, PLYWOOD, AND JOINERY HUGE STOCKS of THOROUGHLY SEASONED FLOORING nf every description, and our milling is unequalled. We hayo ¡Ltilli.il only most modern and efficient machinery and THE FINISH OF OUR MANUFACTURED LINES IS PERFECT, ? ncccssit.itinrj no further expense to the buyer. THOROUGHLY SEASONED QUEENSLAND and PACIFIC MAPLE ,-ilwnys available. We can quote bedrock prices for nullullie NED .PACIFIC MAPLE in joinery, skirtings, architraves, etc. PROMPT DELIVERY anywhere by MOTOR.-Give us one opportunity of showing what our SERVICE means. ! Timber Merchants and Importers, Hill St., PYRMONT' j Thone Nos. MW2716 (5 lines) MW1674, and MW2630 I.è W E A V O WHITE ANTS & BORERS EXTERMINATED. "Wcavo" lins a reputation of over 25 year.»;, nnd lins never failed. Many of the hriîoil Cilv I'iiililni",« and thousands ol' entintes have been foaled willi "U'eiivo," v." li I...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
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SERIOUS BURNING ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
SERIOUS BURNING ACCIDENT While Mr. Roy Sturgess, butcher, of Station Hill, Queanbeyan, was burn- ing rubbish last Sunday, he unwit- tingly threw an old bag containing blasting powder upon the Are. The subsequent explosion burnt him se- verely on the face,and arms, and his clothing was torn to shreds. He was immediately removed to the Queant heyan' Hospital, "îind latest rerports siatcs he is progressing favourably, but will remain an inmate of the hospital for' some weeks. His youngest daugh- ter, whd was standing beside the fire, had a narrow Cheapo, her dress only being singed.
CASEIN INDUSTRY ORDERS FROM ABROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
CASEIN INDUSTRY ORDERS FROM ABROAD - Casein, an important Constituent of mi^k, and a valuable food product, con- taining phosphates, which is used ex- tensively in many patent food prepara itorts, is being produced in increasing quantities in the Richmond River dis- trict of New South Wales. Last year 28' suppliers participated in moro than £3000 paid by Milk In- dustries, Ltd., at Elsmore, for casein 'supplied., After some years of effort, the industry is now established, _ and torders are being secured i from abroad ¡in competition with the world's casein factories. ,The Richmond River pro Üuct.Js claimed to,compete favourably with' the 'competitors for price. One of the largest recent orders 'was for 50 tons for Java. . ;(!A greater-supply is needed to cope witht the increased demand. The farm plant for preparing the product is easy to operate, and the initial prepara- tion takes up but little ti-ie. Its use means that a farmer will receive from lils farm an "additional amount eq...
WITH BAT AND BALL OPENING MATCHES CONCLUDED NORTHBOURNE 2nd GRADE'S DEFEAT Smart Scoring at Capitol Hill The opening matches of the Federal Territory Cricket Association's competition were concluded on Saturday last. With one exception, the matches were productive of small scores, but in the matche between Capitol Hill and Westlake, 400 runs were hit up during the afternoon. The surprise of the first matches was the defeat by the new South Eastlake club of the Northbourne eleven in the second grade matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
OPENING MATCHES CONCLUDED NORTHBOURNE 2nd GRADE'S DEFEAT î : Smart Scoring at Capitol Hill SatuTd!y°Part.,n0 maíohes °f ^ Federa' Territor* Cr&lt;^ Association's competition wore conciuded on aiÄt^CÄ but ¡" th. màtcho between Capitol Hill 'eleven X'^ club of the Northbourne Iji tlio A Crade fixture, Capitol Hill v. Westlake, almost 400 runs wcrcx conipiled by'the two teams during the ¡ifU-inoon, of which'' AVilos (Capitol Hill), knocked up 36, and then letlrcd eui rymer his bat. The game was very close, only 17 runs deciding the result of (he match on the first innings. Canberra v>a.s the only club to suffer dclcat ol those who participated in the competition last season. Defeat was sustained in both grades, Queanbeyan in the "A" Grade and Cadets in the "Li" Grade, proving too good for Can- bei ia Club cricketers. Noi thbourne's " first XI. was by far the strongest batting team fielded In the competition, but their bowling could be luipioved bj' the inclusion ol ..loi e b...
RECORDS IN DIVORCE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
RECORDS IN DIVORCE Though Los Angeles, in California, &nbsp; broke all records last year with more than 800 divotce petitions filed, its di- &nbsp; &nbsp; voice law is by no means the most &nbsp; lenient in the United States. &nbsp; &nbsp; The principal divorce judge, Mr. &nbsp; Charles Monroe, a great admirer of the English judicial system, is regarded &nbsp; as a "holy terror" by divorce agencies and promotors of collusive actions. The fact, however, is, that where the com- munity is satisfied that divorce should be had for the asking, the courts can do very little to check the practice. The reason that Los Angeles is a &nbsp; popular divorce centre is that all the &nbsp; &nbsp; United States now require is a six &nbsp; months' residence by petitioner, and Los Angeles is a place where the parties &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; concerned can pass the long period of &...
TRADITION AND POLITICS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
TRADITION AND POLITICS QPBCCHRS d-livo-ocl within tile \^J precincts ol the 11.nines of Parlia- ment in Canberra, at Monday's cero ,iony, ran',' w.lh praise of the national foresight In providing a national capital city such as the nation Is about .o enj^y at Canberra. Hopes for the ruluro government or the Common .vealth wore expressed svith a fervent 'otigtrig- ror that era-when the govern nent of Australia shall be carried on free from 'the domination of any -state. There svlll bo none the loss nlerest displayed by the people of the Commonwealth in the government which will be e::orclsed from the new federal capital, and the scrutiny to which legislative and administrative acts pf the government and its depart nonts of slate will 'be subjected will be none the less rigorous for thp trans- fer of the seat of government hither. The people-of Australia are iii/their hearts, looking with great interest to this Canberra of theirs. The lessons of J5 years of Federation" with the federa...
Close Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
Close Up. Vt I os An°tlcs m issoci ition ha" 1 eui ioimtd foi the ilujose oL piowel nif famou doe, s ml eds of the lilm with a ctmttciy nt ii llolljwood litio \ lill ollie t ])tt anim ils of w tilth and liommcnet they will be able to cnjo> then last slttp unid sui ioundim,s in keep nj, with theil station
A Popular Composer. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
A Popular Composer. A fuithtf distmttion his boen added to thc\man> laultis ol Mi Alfitd Hill the popular Ni w Zealand and Austiahan composti, and tondutloi ûii Dan Oodficv tondutloi of Hit Bournemouth Municipal Oichestia lettntlv invited Iii Hill to \ lsit that city and tindutt so\ual ol his own oitlieslial woil , . ' -r
£310,000 Country Property Sales [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
£310,000 Country Property Sales Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report hav- ing recently effected the following sales ol country propeity, direct: Weilmoringle Station, Brewarrina, comprising 363,269 acres, of which 1700 acres Is secured land, and tlie balance Westei n land lease, a/c Messrs. G. N. Hag-ill and Co., to the Nesv Zealand and Australian Land Co., Ltd. The transaction was affected on a walk-In walk-out basis, and included 03,000 sheep off shears, together with station cattle and horses. Melrose, near Tamsvorth, 5108 acres freehold, together with 5360 sheep, 100 cattle, horses, etc , on a walk-in walk- out basis to Mr. A. Kerr. Kanoona, near Leadville, 5959 acrei freehold, C.P. and C.L. land to Messrs. Keogh and Rowe. Wyabray, Walgett, 18,505 acres Ol secured land, A/c Messrs. Keogh acd Rowe to Messrs. Veech and Vceoh. Mulga Downs, near Goodooga, area 71,010 acres pastoral leases and 27,002 acres grazing farms, together with 19, 400 sheep and 93 horses, to Messrs P. Lamerand and ...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
- QUEANBEYAN - Preliminary Notice MONARO ST. PROPERTY FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at our Rooms, Monaro St., Queanbeyan SATURDAY, 30th OCTOBER 1926, at 2.30 p.m. On a/c Mr. P. Hardy, his well-knoss'n Property fronting Monaro Street, 66 root by 330 feet. Also - ¿--acre it-, rear, fronting Ruthledge. Street, >6 feet "by 330 feet. Kuli particulars will ie advertised later. , , . . - . t I Woodgers & Calthorpe ! . Auctioneers. Moore's Subdivisions QUEANBEYAN - On U./C Messrs. E. O. .and A. E. Moore For Shle by ' Public Auction on Saturday, 30th October Next No..J-A/c E. Q. Mooro, Ehq., . , ' 7' I^OTS/fr«^!»-^ and at eorne>r of Los\-e and Morrissett Streets, op- posite Presbyterian Church ant' Park. Very choice Residential Lots TWO, BRICK COT ronting' Morrissett Street on lpts 5 and 7. ' ' ' No/ 2-rA/c A. E. Moors, Esq. 16 LOTS, fronting Stornasvay Rd. and' Morton Strjeet, near Railway Uriarra Roa'd and Town. Splendic Building Lots. TERMS 25 per cent, deposit, balance 6, 12, ...
DRAUGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
DRAUGHTS Enthusiasts are reminded that a meet- ing: will be held in the "Times" Build- ing, Ainslie, this Friday evening, Oct. 'Í5, commencing at S p.m. ÍSoliitio ,_Invited to problem- No. ¡(below. The correct play w11 appear In a_subsequent issue. PROBLEM No. 2 (By W. E. Quiliuim). ' BLACK. WHITE. Black: 3, 5, 10; kings, on 12, 13, 15, l8, and 28. White: 6, S, 10, 11, 14, 21, 28, 27; king- on 2. White to move and win. Please address solutions to "DRAUGHTS EDITOR," "The Canberra Times." r ' The following'gu'rhc played between two American -champions is a very .ntorestln one i and is well worth fol losvlng out on the lioard: THE SWITCHER CROSS Black, C. H. Freeman White, C. If. Barker. 11T15 12-1ÏI 19-33d 13-17 21-17 24-15 26-1!» 22-13 0-13 10-19 G-10 7-10 25-21 17-14 29-25 14-7 8-llR G-lOc 10-26 2-18 23-18 30-20 31-22 25-21 4-8 10-17 8-12e 18-23 20-23 21-14 19-15 24-20 16-19b 1-0 11-10 16-19 23-16 27-21 18-14 21-17 a- 5-9 i.s another strong- line, b- A poss'orful attack, c- Forcing ...
GLEBE SUBDIVISION SALE THIS SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
GLEBE SUBDIVISION SALE THIS SATURDAY The'balance of the Queanbeyan Glebe Subdivision (extension), will be sold by Messrs. Woodgers and Calthorpe, at their sale rooms. Monaro Street, Queanbeyan; on Saturday afternoon next, at 2.30 p.m. This is the last land available of the Church Glebe, and comprises 47 building lots. Plans and specifications are obtainable from the auctioneers. Spirited bidding Is ex- pected for Uiose centrally situated blocks.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Y/ork was commenced this week on the foundations of the Presbyterian Church Hall al Ainslie, the foundation stone of Which is to be laid on'" Sun- day afternoon, October 24, by Dr. Mac 'ntyre. The foundation stone of/ the church has been'secured from,the old church Yin the Yass Road, North,/some listance from ilhe present Ainslie set "ionient. ' / - &lt;
STAGE AND SCREEN Phyllis Broughton. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
STAGE'AND SCREEN Phyllis Broughton. Old Playgoeis mil hear with regret of Miss Phyllis Groughton's death, m London Away back in the seventies ot last cenlui>, Miss Bioughtons gui- lt.no Engh.h beauty of face and foi m atti acted tho late Mi John Holhngs heads attention and from the old Can t r'jury Mu ,ic Hill with its chanmaii' whcio she was dvneing her stage cai eoi was launched at the West End in many familial îoles She was a Gaiety stn in the da\fa-and nights-when the Gaiotv was at its apog?e Her handsome flguio and dashing w.a>s took the stalls and galleij eepially bj toi m in the romantic 'nineties She Msitcd Austtalla, as a dancoi i.itli a Company which included Lon non and Jennie Lind, and plavcd in Moule Chinto .lum ," and othei Ga etv Bullésemos This stage flight of othti dus îetutd to the congenia! miso cn scene of Mai gate foi mans" jeais, but itUiincd to London and died where 'ho In ed as a benevolent h\ely old Udv who ntvei deseitid the height of Victorian fashio...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
The heads of a big m lnufactin ing business li id tins notice posted al the bogmint, of the simimei season -New Rule foi oui emp'ojees All leque ts lor li .ne af absi use on account of tootha» he se\eie eolds and inmoi ph\ sloal ailment', md oa aeeount of elim eli pleines, woddiiiiïs, an(l finitials, and the lil.e, must bo handed in to Hie lore niin in ili.u^e oi \om derailment hi - fou 10 a.ni on the moiliuu; of the game.
Paderwski Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 14 October 1926
Paderwsln Returns. Mo'sis 1 md N Tail ha\o engaged II PideitwsKi the woild f imous Polish p. nisi tor an Austial isi m tom com ntiieuif, al S\dnev on Mai eli 1¿ l')¿7 Dm ng his lust piofessional tour of Hi s eountiv Paducwski is íepo ted lo lune stateel that V\ mgaiatta (Vic) x as the only Austiallan town ho -\ Lited In winch some small boy did not aduse Iii ii to gel his han cut1 ' f- i J