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LIFE STOCK Demands of Canberra [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

UVE STOCK Demands of Canberra Fat stock are plentiful, both sheep ind cattle," althoughv the increased de .nands of Canberra will probably result in practically, the wb,ole of the local supplies being absorbed, thus prevent ng the usual truckings to Flemington' ¿or the summer and autumn. The store sheep market Improved dur- ing the week, and several Riverina firms,, report tsubstantial sales and with- drawals.' Young wethers are -\vorth 12/6 to 16/- off shears, and lapibs are quoted at 10/- to 12/G a head at weaning time in February-Maich next. - I QUEANBEYAN LAND SALE. The auction sale of the Glee Exten- tion Subdivision by Messrs. W.oodgers and Calthorpe, at their rooms, on Sat- urday alternqon last, was an indication of the'rise of land values In Quean- beyan, and th° solid progress the town is making. The bidding for this resi- dential land was very spirited} 'and X\\(i aales of the 47 lots showed an ad- vance of 25 .per cent, on the upset prices. Altogether the sale realised ¿2...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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THE DEATH PACT Played at Comrade's Grave [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

THE DEATH PACT Played at Comrade's Grave In pursuance of an agreement made some years ago, Pipe-Major MJ. -Mac Kenzie, of Sydney, visited the grave of his friend. Chieftain Morgan, o'f th,e Goulburn Highland Society, wl\o dVeci last wefck. With several members of the GoulT burn 'Highland Sqciííty, accompanied V>y a" pipe band, l'ipp Majqr Mackenzie went t.o ,the (JquVbur'n 1'rosbytprlan Cemetery, aiyl .played "The Scottish Lament" pver the gray.o of his old com- rade.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND Bazaar in November [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Bazaar in November The Church of England in Quean- beyan will hold a bazaar on'November 25 and 2f>. It vas originally arranged that this be an al fresco function, and at the last meeking of the Queanbeyan Municipal Council a letter was read from the Rev. S. T. West, asking the Council to allow the church to hold a bazaar on itoore's vacant land ' in Monaro' street. As there is already a motion in the minute book of'the Council, prohibiting the use of such temporary structures, Aid. Woodgcr gave notice that he woula move at the next meeting of the Council that this minute be rescinded, and that meantime the Town Clerk write to the Now South Wales Chief Secretary, re- garding Councils' power to allow such structures to be erected for purposes' as asked for. ' It is probobale that this bazaar will be held in one of the local amusement | halls.

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GENTLEMEN—"THE KING" Disloyal Action at Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

GENTLEMEN-"THE KING" Disloyal Action et Goulburn An .incident' that occurred at.the.of- ficial dinner of tlie Eight-Hours' Asso- ciation in goulburn., has aroused public indignation. When t\ie .Chairman .(Aid. Kred Gates) proposed the toast pf ".The. King,',' several ,of the guests remained seatc^l. Tilts action Is regarded not only as one of disloyalty,, but also as an 'insult to the pity, \vhieb was ro presenlqd by the Mayor. ,

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

Fttfrfe, A Capital Sale of Wool N assuiod it' the aduce on the bale to the Iel t N accepted \A ¡nchcombe, C irson have been in business ns selling bioKei1? foi 37 ^e^.l8 Expel ienccd, cipiible md aJett theil woijt is just as en- thusiastically cala led out to day as when the\ voie fighting; to gaiti theil lauiols In the Sidney wool ti ade They do not post as miracle workers in the business that attitude would be foolish But tlun do piulo tliemsehes upon the good sei \ iel the\ piovidi foi clients and the top in ii kel iel nins milich îesult fiom those elloits Wille - Carson Ltd. Wmchcombe House, Bridge St., Sydney. TOTAL TUNDS £3 3,924 09 Í ANNUAL INCOME £16,570,766 Tnrmcts All Classes of Trenance (except Life) in the rcdeial Teintoiy Rcprcsenlntive in Canberra-Canberra Building and Investment Co Ltd WHAT DICKENS SAYS ABOUT THE ni"!" " m jl , ,11 I ti stitL ti tin Piililu lo in ti ti ni tim nutlioi Until s JJ k w*. nfirs lo ti PnouiK i H -Id' cnllitl I ho JÎ mlniiJioiisc - Sketches ...

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SHEEPSKIN SALES DEMAND EASIER TALLOW CHEAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

SHEEPSKIN SALES DEMANP EASIER TALLOW CHEAPER. "Winchcombc, Cal son, Ltd. report: Inquiry for sheepskins was hot quite so strong at the past week's Sydney saje Rates for merinos weie without quot- able change;' but cro_ss-breds weie 3d. to id. per \b lower. Full wool meririps sold from'l2d. to 15Jd.; 3 woo,ls ll^d to 14d., half wools, 10d. to 12Jd., quar- ter wools, G*,d. to lOJd., lambs 8d. to 12d., and pel,ts, 6id. to 9d. Full wool crossbreds, realised frpm lOJd. to 13id. J wools Di.il- t° 12id., half wools, 8d to , lOid, quarter wools, Gd. to 8id., lambs 7?d., to 11 \d., pelts 6id. to 81d., and lincolns, 7d- to 9,d. Competition ." for heavy hides was easier, and values at times \vere 3d. lower. Rates for other averages were without much chango. Prices for'calf- skins were a shade weaker, but year- lings rujed firm. Country heavy hides sold from 5id. ,to Gid per lb.; medium 5Jd. to 6Jd ;'light-fiî,d. to GJd. Large country calfskins sold to 6/- each, medium, to 5/-, small to 3/-; la...

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THE QUEEN'S DUSTER Renovating Sandringham [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

THE QUEEN'S DUSTER Renovating Sandringham While the King has boon spending a holiday with gun in hand In the North of England recently, the Queen has been busy at Sandringham^ with a housemaid's duster. Queen Alexandra's old home Is un- dergoing more extreme renovations than have ever boon carried out since King Edward purchased it in 1862, a year'before his marriage. Queen Mary has been staying at, York Cottage, and every tiny ' she has been personally superintending1 the work of an army of cleaners and decorators, who are'trans- forming Sandringham from a Victorian to a modern mansion house. .Some of these changes do not .com- mend themselves altogether'. to the vil- lagers, who Would have wished the house to remain as It was In the days of their beloved Queen Alexandra. "The Queen cannot stand Idly by while others work," said a Sandring- ham household servant to a "Daily Express" representative. "Each day she has been at work, duster in hand, dealing with the p'cturcs and other o...

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LOCAL WOOL Private Buyers About [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

LOCAL WOOL Private Buyers About The wool market continues firm, and the prospect for local clips, shearing of which has recently commenced, is very bright. , .The condition of the district wool this year will be better probably than for! many years past. The wool is very, .uniformly well grown, and as a result of the very even season, there is no sign of ä break in any of it. Al- ready two or three local buyers are in the field, and present indications are that a substantial portion of the cliii will be so)el in the shed or cash on ra'il to shippers or speculators.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

FURS OF DISTINCTION S. FOX FAfeHlONABEE FURRIER, 116 Liverpool Street, Sydney The Best Values are to be had from a Dependable Specialist WE SPECIALISE IN FURS ONLY Always a large assortment of Stoles, Coats and Chokers, etc. for your selection. We have a special countij ordei department and gho o-v orj attention IO the Tanning Dye ing and making up ot Rabbit und 1 ox Skins, etc, Into Stoles Coats Chokcis and Rugs, etc, 01 anj deslicd garment WRITE TOR IbUU^TRATED CATALOGUE Countiy Oídas Post Pice S. FOX FASHIONABLE FURRIER, 116 LIVERPOOL STREET, SYDNEY MISS M. MCINTYRE (lal( of l^ai ititi s ) MONARO ST, QUEANBEYAN NOW SHOWING 1 HE LATEST CREATIONS IN SPRING ROBES & MILEINERY I.'M. HILLS, Ladies' Hairdressing Salon MONVRO S'lRri.r QUE\M5EYAN , (Opposite St Gngpis s 11 ill) BOBBING «SE INC. El NO, BOSTON. MARcr.bi.rt:: \\ vviNd, &n vxiroo &. SCAL-il' TREYTMENT, r - -e M ClIJLDPGy A SPFClALlir Phone Queanbej an 221

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

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CHILDREN'S ROOMS Importance of Colour [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

CHILDREN'S ROOMS Importance of Colour Children receive their first definite impressions of beauty' In their play- rooms or nursery, whore decoration must be done with the greatest ¿are and sympnthy, employing those col- ours, shades, and tones, which will blond with the, general temperament of the children. / Strike the. color note of simplicity, tinting the main walls, except for the frloze, in one color, either primrose or u light orange. Both thpse'shades give the ''effect of sunlight,' the In- fluence of which, unconsciously, will keep thei children In cheorfu'l mood. The frieze could be a llght,,bluc in background, and ornamented' with flowers of favorite animals as life- like'as possible, thus Introduong the "nature" note. Some prefer to have colorod pictures', of 'playing children as^ a frieze, and this, If atttraetively done will convoy a sonso of compau ionshop to the jjlaslic mind of^the child. Playthings and toys . can all be pro- cured now lu colors which match those In ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

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Lost Breathing Restored. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

Lost Breathing Restored. ,Tn return to life after breathing had ceased was the experience of of Henry Smith, aged 24, who collapsed while at work In Melbourne last week." Breath 'ng oeased, but a doctor at Melbourne Hospital injected strvchnlne over the heart and applied artificial respiration Tlio mnn thereupon returned to life, and within half an hour, had lift the hospital.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

-~~ EDUCATIONAL. St. Gabriel's C. of E. Girls' Grammar School. CANBERRA DAY & BOARDING SCHOOL. Re-opens on September 20. l'or Prospectus apply Sister in Charge, at above address, or to ?. - ST. GAURI EL'S SCHOOL, Viircll Street, Waverley, N.S.W. THE PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE GOULBURN. N.S.W. Registered under the Bursary Endow- ment Act. Extensive modern buildings and equipment. Healthy Climate. Altitude 2,009 feet. Electric Light. Sewerage. Hot Water Service. 41 < acres of grounds. Professional, Commercial and Do- mestic Science Courses. NEW TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, 8th FEBRUARY, 1927 Prospectus from the Principal, Brlg.-Gen. W. RAMSAY McNICOLL, C.B., C.M.G., D.R.O., B.A., DIPL. EDUC BILL KENNEDY" BUNGENDORE. DODGE TOURING CAR FOR HIRE COMFORT, COURTESY, & SAFETY. 'Dione: Iiungcndorc 01; day or night. fi. ft The Travelling Public Will be well catered for at DULVEY'S GENERAL STORE, on the Yass Queanbeyan Road. Always on hand ' Fresh Groceries, ' Tobacco, ...

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Traps for the Unwary. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

TrarJs for the Unwary. The danger of using printed will forms, was emphasised in Sydney last week by His Honor, Mr Justice Har- vey, Chief Judge In Equity, who_ re- fused probate on a will which was drawn on a printed form, and which contained writing on both sldei. His Honor said, "These printed will forms are simply a trap for the lncautlou testator. A person using a printed will form is always writing something on the back, and under the probate law I cannot grant probate to such a will." *

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NOTES AND [?]OTTINGS Among the Clubs [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

NOTES AND 10TTINGS Amona the Clubs The Northbourne Club is sending a team to Yass on October 31 to moil a representative team from that town. * * * i Tile Canberra Club has arranged a one day -match against Bungendore, which will take place next week end. * * * The number of 'registered players in the F.T.C. Association this season is already more than twice that of 1925 26. * *" * * A_ team from the Causeway Club will journey to Tuggeranong during next j week end to try its strength against a team in that centre. . Sfl ¡ft 5(í - | W. Bel! (Canberra Club) did the hat trick in the Canberra-Westridge B grade match last Saturday, taking three wickets with successive balls. He finished" up with an average of 4/20. I "'**-* W. McDonald's century in the Alns- j lie Unlted-Northbourne match last | Saturday was compiled in 54 minutes, I and included'two sixes and 14 fours. I It was the first century in the associa-' tlon's competition this season. * * * Another player who made his flrsti ap...

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BROADCASTING Radio Programmes WEEKLY FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

BROADCASTING Radio Programmes WEEKLY FEATURES The following are the principal items of the Broadcasting Companies for the ensuing week: 2 FC (FARMER'S) 442 METRES. v. Friday, October 22-Hospital Concert Party at Home for incurables, 5130 and Saturday, October 23-Leichhardt Champion Band-8. -" Sunday, October 21-Lyceum Metho- dist, 11; Rockdale Methodist, 7; Herbert Browne (Baritone), 9.30. . * , Monday, October 25-Scot Sanders (Comedian), 9. Tuesday, October 26-Mrs. < A'rleon Morse (whistling solos), 8.20. . 'Wednesday, October 27.-Mr. Van de' Velde; "Who's Who at the 'Aoó" 8.35 Thursday, October 28-October Bride Wedding Ceremony, ^7. .. Friday, October 29-Royal Scotch Kilties, 8. Saturday, October» 30-Hospital Con- cert Party at Royal Prince" Alfred Hos'" pltal, 8. ' , - Sunday, October 31-Petersham Con- gregational, 7. Recital_ by Chris Heller man, 6. 2 BL (BROADCASTERS') 353 METRES. Friday, October 22-Sporting Talk, 9,30. Saturday, October 23-King's Mando 'in Orchestra...

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GENERAL MOTORS New Move in Australia [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

GENERAL MOTORS New Move in Australia 'On November 1, General Motors (Aus- tralia, Pty., Ltd, will enter into 'the distribution of their large range of cars, and trucks, direct fiom tho.r as-' sembly plants In each capital city to the country dealer. This stop will be' of considerable împoi tance to the^ average motor owner and piosppctivo owner. General Motors Corporation is an amalgamation of Buick. Chjvtoict, Ouk land, Pontiac, Oldsmobuc, \au.shall, Cadillac, Cars, G.M.C. Tiucks,>and Yel- low Cabs, Delco & Remy Ignition Sys ' terns, and many other accessory manu-»« factunng concet ns. Last year this hu ¡corporation purchased over 800,000 tons of steel for motor car construction, and by this collective buying is able to re- duce its unit cost of production to a point below that of any .ndiviJuat man jUfacture. ' The now arrangement means the ¡elimination of the middle dealer, that is the city distributor, and the »sav.ns thus made will be passûd on to the buy- ing public...

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The Untrained Musician [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

The Untrained Musician Music is no longer an unattainable world to the untrained pianist. Not so very long ago the only method by which the average person could hope to enjoy his own playing was through years' of training; and many failed to play to the.r own sat- isfaction even then. The amateur \yas'forced, In those days, to acquire a difficult technique, to obtain a com- plete control over his or her fingers, and to master the delicacies of the pedals and the keys. But the desire .0 enjoy one's own music was tou ' powerful and too widespread for in- dention to lag far behind, and nowa- days the necessity for acquiring that technique has been disposed of, once and for all. The player-piano has given that technique to everyone with even a flight appreciation of rhythm. ' This means an enormous advance in civilisation. It means not merely that we are benefited in our power o bring wider and wider fields of the musical realm within our reach, but liso it implies an incalculably béné-...

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PUFF NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

PUFF NOVELTIES. Handkerchiefs of crepe do chine have a hand-painted lady holding- a silk fan in one corner-which Is a pocket for a. tiny powder-puff,_'

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