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GUNNING. GUNNING, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

GUNNïKG. . GUNNING, Wednsstiay. Gunning concluded its football season on Saturday 'last, with a match   against St Patrick's College of Goul- burn. The 'vis tors, were j,usy victors, wrnnlng, by " 'points to 3.~-> ' . ", w , * * * * . { The local 'branch , ot"" the Country iYómen'.s',~*\A;i.socjat on, held ',a "Street ?tail oii the'dny of'the mati.h* .líiiü n.t . .i oi/el" £21 "for thwiir fciïo'.L. 's ' ¿ To-day'vas a big day n Cunning.' ,o.i'.ng entmisia-st-i a,rangw.d,a mi <cJ iourhao-Q eolnpet.t.o-.i m thu, lutoi'noon. ..ji" »J. E Tully, MEA., addressed elec .02 s at ,7 C3V on the H fsrendum titius ipns., The Annual Ma ion e 'Hall was hold in the Oddfellow's Hall, to-n"ghl and.,the "Literary Imitituü commenced he" H.U.ardb and D.-augnts Tourna-' me*nía.t i - -j,J~ , *'**?> '» ? Councf.llor P.'-J. McTnercny, h'n*\v^fe, .nd > family wore t.nJered-a v.il'ed c-, oVy t.oc al, ovon'ns on the ove.of their ?epaYture horn.the distnct/j^t tile* Col stitpr I...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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CAPTAIN COBHAM In Central Australia Alice Srings, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

CAPTAIN COBHAM In Central Australia Alice Srings, Wednesday. Captain Alan Cobham began his flight northward at 8 a.m. to-day, and will alight at Newcastle Waters, the future capital of Northern Australia. The next stage wil be the 8OO miles   to Katherine. He intends to reach Darwin early to-morrow, where the floats will be put back onto his mach- ine. Darwin, Thursday.   Captain Cobham arrived here at 10 o'clock this morning having crossed Australia in three days.

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THE CANBERRA TIMES. Newspaper of the Federal Capital City. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

THE CANBERRA TIMES. Newspaper of the Federal   Capital City. The establishment of a newspaper is usually an event of more than or- dinary importance to the people whom it is designed to serve, and while it not the desire of the founders of The Canberra Times to use its pages for self advertisement, there has been al- ready sufficient evidence of public in- terest to prompt a statement of the   various stages in the production of the first national newspaper of Australia. The first outward manifestation of the intention to establish a newspaper was the purchase of a lease in the first auction sale at Canberra on December 12, 1924. The conduct of a newspaper is regarded by the administration of Canberra under the category of a minor industry and the only area in which the newspaper may be produced in Can- berra is at Ainslie in an area adjoining the main civic centre. The Hon. T. M. Shakespeare, M.L.C., who attended the first sale, selected as the most suitab...

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MOTOR ORDINANCES For Federal Capital. EARLY ANNOUNCEMENT LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

MOTOR ORDINANCES For Federal Capital. EARLY ANNOUNCEMENT LIKELY. Motor ordinances to control motor registration and traffic in the Federal   Capital Territory have been receiving the attention of the Federal Capital   Commission for some time, and finality has been reached in drafting the re- gulations.     It is understood that the ordinances have now been forwarded to Melbourne for consideration and their gazettal is expected to take place in the near future. In drafting the ordinances, special   consideration was given to the pec- ular requirements of the Federal Cap- ital Territory, and attention has been paid to the experience of the working of the traffic regulations in the var- ious states of the Commonwealth. The regulations are expected to be, largely on the lines of those at present in   force in New South Wales, but special attention is to be given to permits for visitors.   &am...

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BRICK SHORTAGE NEW PLANT BUILDING READY NEXT MONTH A new plant which will double the output of the Federal Capital Commission's brickworks at Westridge, is expected to be producing in October. Lar[?]e purchases, aggregating 5,000,000 bricks have been necessary, meanwhile, from outside sources. The Commission will be in a position on completion of its pr[?]sent plant, to supply 6,000,000 bricks a year. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

BRICK SHORTAGE NEW PLANT BUILDING READY NEXT MONTH A new plant which will double the output of the Federal Capital   Commission's brickworks at West- ridge, is expected to be producing in October. Large purchases, aggregating 5,000,000 bricks have been necess- ary, meanwhile, from outside sour- ces. Tho Commission will be in a position on completion of its pres- ent plant, to supply 6,000,000 bricks a year. The tremendous quantities of bricks   required for the building undertakings of The Federal Capital Commission and private builders in Canberra has sev- erely taxed the brick manufacturing plant of the Commission for some time. The speeding up of the building of Canberra, which has been in evidence was responsible for upsetting all cal- culations regarding the brick require- ments of builders. Large reserve stocks of bricks were quickly eaten in- to and the necessity of enlarging the capacity of the existing brick making plant at Westridge engaged the at...

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RATES FIXED FOR TWO YEARS Revenue for Commission [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

RATES FIXED FOR TWO YEARS Revenue for Commission Exercising its right under the Rates   Ordinance of 1926, the Federal Capital     Commission has levied rates for the     city area of the Federal Capital Terri-     tory for 1925, and has notified the rates   applying to the whole of the Federal Capital Territory for the current year. For the year beginning January 1,     1925, a general rate of 3d. in the £1 on the unimproved capital value of each parcel of ratable land within the defined   city area has been levied.     For the year beginning January 1, 1926, a general rate of 3d. in the £1 within the city area and 2d. in the £1 in the Territory not within the city area was fixed.           A lighting rate of 2d. in the £1 has been added within the cit...

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ACCOMMODATION Increased Charges FOll COMMISSION STAFFS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

ACCOMMODATION Increased Charges FOR COMMISSION STAFFS Commencing yesterday, the tariff | for the accommodation of members   of departmental staffs at Canberra, has been increased hy 5- a week. The   increase applies to members of the staff of the Federal Capital Commis- ion in residence at Hotel Ainslie, and the Batchelors' Quarters. The effect of the increase is to bring the previous charge for the Bachelors'   quarters from 30/- a week to 35/-. At Hotel Ainslie, the charge for single rooms has been increased from £2 to £2/5/-, while the charge for mar- ried couples' rooms has been increas- ed to £4. In cases, where ladies clean their own single rooms, the new tar- iff is 28/- compared with 25/- pre- viously. Where two girls share a room, however, an allowance of 5/- a week is now made. With the advent of the new rates, the tariff at these two quarters ap- proximates that which will rule on the transfer of the Commomvealth Gov- ernment Departm...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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PRIME MINISTER'S FINAL APPEAL. Prime Minister's Final Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

PRIME MINISTER'S FINAL APPEAL. The Rt. Hon. S. M. Bruce, P.C., M.C., Prime Minister and Minister for External Affairs. Prime Minister's Final Appeal. "If you want up-to- date common - sense methods of industrial settlement employed upon a co-ordinated plan, free from the pos-     sibilities of conflict of powers or of uncertain-     ty, if you want the past work of the States safe-   guarded and continued, if you want a fair chance for Australian industry, vote 'Yes."  

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THE HOME OF THE NATIONAL LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

THE HOME OF THE NATIONAL LIBRARY. The Building which is being erected in the vicinity of Parliament House facing Commonwealth Avenue.  

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PITCHED BATTLE IN BLACKS' CAMP Seven Natives Killed PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

PITCHED BATTLE IN BLACKS' CAMP Seven Natives Killed PERTH, Thursday Details of the shooting by black trackers of seven black warriors in the Drysdale country, were made avail- able to-day. Four trackers had found a wanted native named Lumbia, and had traced him to a camp, where a pitched battle was fought. After the fight, the corpses   of seven natives were burned. The charred remains were found by In-   spector Mitchell of the Nor-West Abor- iginees' Department. The white man in charge of the track- ers, Constable Regan, knew nothing of the burning of the bodies because the   trackers merely returned with Lumbia, who was charged with the murder by spearing of Hay, a station owner. Lum- bia said Hay had attacked him and he had acted in self defence.    

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SYDNEY FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

SYDNEY. FOOTBALL By virtue of their victory Over Uni- versity. South Sydney gained the ti- tle of the minor premiers in the Rugby League competition at Sydney on Saturday. Souths played with re   markable combinatlon and displayed     excellent defence, never allowing their opponents to cross tbe line. The final scores were 26-0. The other matches resulted as follows: Glebe beat New- town 23 to 18, Balmain beat St. George 16 to 7, and Western Suburbs beat   North Sydney by 36 to 21.      

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EDUCATION At Canberra TELOPEA PARK'S RECORD [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

EDUCATION At Canberra TELOPEA PARK'S RECORD (By A.K.M.)   Telopea Park School, the fine up-to-   date building which is a landmark at-   -tracting the attention of visitors enter-   ing the Federal City from the South was the first permanent school build- ing erected at Canberra after the ter-   ritory was taken over from New South Wales by the Federal Government. Constructed in 1922, it was officially opened by that consistent advocate for the advancement of Canberra, the late Sir Austin Chapman, M.H.R. It       was not then the complete building which now meets the eye, the centre block being the first structure. The school opened with 54 scholars, with Mr. C. L. Henry the first headmaster, and two assistants as the staff. To- day, Mr. Henry has a staff of 12 teach- ers, including a sewing mistress. Of the staff, three hold university degrees, of Arts, Science and Economics, re-...

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POLICE STATION TO BE MOVED MOLONGLO TO ACT ON [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

POLICE STATION TO BE MOVED MOLONGLO TO ACTON When police were first introduced into the Federal Capital Territory un- der the auspices of the Commonwealth Government, Molonglo was a com- paratively important centre for police attentions, and on the top of the hill the police station was placed, and has remained ever sicne. Canberra has grown rapidly since those days, and the administration of a population of over 5000 from Mol- onglo has added to the burdens under which the police staff is working. With the prospect of more complete legislation and additional ordinances for the Federal Territory, a large in- crease in the work of the Canberra police is foreshadowed. To facilitate the work of the police, more central quarters are being pre- pared at Acton, which is centrally sit-   uated for the policing of the city area and facilitates communication be- tween the police and the Federal Cap- ital Commlsion. Considerable head- way has been made with the new quarters, and ...

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GRAZIER'S WILL LEFT £62,190 Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

-GRAZIER'S WILL LEFT £62,190 Sydney, Thursday. Probate has been granted in the will of Richard G. Gilmour, Grazier, of near Wimbledon, in Bathurst district, who was a bachelor. The estate is val- ued for £62,190. He bequeathed £2000 for the erection of a Soldiers' Chapel as part of All Saints Church, Bathurst, £200 for the Blayney Hospital, £500 to his niece, Una Romano, £200 to Robert   Browning of Bathurst, Solicitor, and the residue of the estate was left to his nephew, Norman Rutherford, who is sole executor.          

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