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SCHOOL COMMITTEE AT AINSLIE [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
SCHOOL COMMITTEE AT AINSLIE A well-attended meeting of the par ents of children of the Ainslie district was held at the new school at Ainslie on the evening of Wednesday, August 17. The meeting had been convened for the purpose of forming a Parents' Committee in connection with the new school, which it is anticipated will be opened shortly. Mr. C. E. Francis explained that at a meeting of the Telopea Park Parents and Citizens* Association, a communi cation had been received from the Chief Commissioner (Sir John Butters) in which it was suggested that each school in the Federal Capital Territory should form its school committee, and that a central children's welfare and schools' committee be formed, composed of dele gates from the various school commit tees. This latter body would deal direct with the Social Service officer of the Commission, and would act in an ad visory capacity regarding the whole of the schools in the Territory. The chairman went on to say that the meeting was th...
CHILDREN'S WELFARE IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
CHILDREN'S WELFARE IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS As reported in previous issues of the "Community News," negotiations have been carried on between the Canberra Social Service Association and the Telopea Park School Parents and Citi zens' Association regarding the appoint ment of the Standing Education Com mittee of the former association. The Social Service Council, although appre ciative of individual application to the important questions of child welfare and education, did not consider that the sphere of activity of the Parents and Citizens' Association was sufficiently wide to embrace all forms of education, and every school in the Territory. More or* less of an impasse was thus reached, until the Chief Commissioner, Sir John Butters, outlined certain pro posals to place the whole question of child welfare and education on an equitable basis. These important prospects were duly considered at a very large meeting ot members of the Parents and Citizens' Association held at the Telopea Pa...
THE PAVILIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
THE PAVILIONS. The stork is quite a respectable bird And is ru ff fed at various hints, * Poor Ena has swallowed a dictionary, And has never stopped talking' since. lt's a serious matter-dont' think it a joke To disclose their names would be wrong, Miss "?" has joined the Hand of Hope, And has brought Miss "?" along. Bottle O, Bottle O, You know th^t call, While they act with due decorwSn They fascinate the bolder sex, Who love, while they deplore 'em. Such sweet diversion-then they flit And life of charm is sore bereft. Tho, world looks blank-you sigh a space, But, cheer up! There are charmers left. The wild tum tum of native drum, From far Hawaiin Isles, Doth echo in these dainty, bowers Beware, beware of lady's wiles. Just tread with care, avoid the snare, Or cannibal feast you'll make. Else charmed by an early Victorian maid, Do your Benedict state forsake. They fell asleep many moons ago, And when a hundred years have fled They'll all be choked with cobwebs, and soot That falls...
"LIZ" (Dedicated lo RC.T, Car No. 368) [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
"LIZ" (Dedicated lo RC.T, Car No. 8«X) Of all thc "bus's" on thc road i like thc (food oki "Lizzy," For never does she tear around at speeds that make you ditz if. She maybe, sheds a part or two on roads nu for ¡ned and bumpy, And shakes the driver up until his temper's fi ruff and grumpy, hut "Hi'' wilt always get you thwe, ito molter where you're making: lt's always safe io bet on her in any undertaking. I've seen men out in Western parin in "Lizzy" yarding cat tte. She. makes more noise than twenty dogs and noise is half the battle, . And of times climbs a. tree or two- she's thal enthusiastic, hut does it hurt lu rf Kot a bit ! Her eonsiit.u lio it's plast ic. (Yet even if she breaks her back a tut punctures every tyre, They fi.e her np in fialf a jiff with I um ¡is of feuvlng wire). lu fact a "Lizzie's" no darned ¡food ana hg all men berated, L util a score or two of parts with Hu arr duplicated. When all her bearings shriek tr Uh pain, and cylinders are m issi uti, And big end...
DISTRICT ACTIVITIES AINSLIE [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
DISTRICT ACTIVITIES AINSLIE Excellent progress is reported in £ matters relating to the Ainslie bram of the Social Service Association. A Social Service Club known as tl Ainslie Social and Recreation Club hi been formed, and is housed in tl Social Service cottage in the weathei board area. There is a billiard-roon reading and card-room, and the Car berra Community Library has esta! lished a branch in connection with til club, where residents can obtain thei books instead of travelling all the wa to Acton. There ls also a cantee where tobacco, confectionery, etc., ca be purchased. The club is open ever evening from 7.S0 to 10.30. The club was officially declared opel on July 21 by Sir John Butters, wh&lt; congratulated Ainslie on being the firs to lead the way in providing such ai institution, and gave it as his opinioi that such work was the essence o social service. A very enjoyable even ing was spent, when about 70 peoph were present, and we desire to" than! Mr. Chas. Pike...
DIGGER DOINGS CANBERRA SUB-BRANCH GETS BUSY [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
DIGGER DOINGS CANBERRA SUB-BRANCH GETS BUS VT President Woodger's new method of monthly meeting" has proved a great success. With a little organisation, a great roll-up of members resulted. The Canberra Sub-branch Musical Society, conducted by Professor Bol) Gow, proved a wonderful success. This new institution was ably con gratulated by Dan Keating and Tom Fleming, who made great speeches. Digger O'Connor was a surprise pac ket, and soon had thc boys singing at their best. Digger M'Sormack pleased again in his usual style. He is always ready with his budget of songs. Les. Willis was there for the first time and had a lot to say. All his motions were seconded by Bill Bell, and carried unanimously. Don't forget to bring your community songs to the next meeting. The Boy Scouts made a good job of thc biscuits. Canberra Sub-branch Diggers are re minded that the monthly meetings take place on the first Monday in the month.
AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION HOSPITAL AND FUNERAL FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
fe AUSTRALIAN WORKERS' UNION HOSPITAL AND FUNERAL FUNDS Soiníítli i Hg practical has been achieved by the local branch of the A.W.U. in establishing Hospital and Funeral Funds for its members in Can berra. On payment of 3d. per week, which with the co-operation of the Federal Capital Commission will be deducted quarterly from pay sheets, members are entitled to hospital fees of 30/- per weok in any hospital in Australia. The contribution to the funeral fund is 5/-. This will entitle (lie dependents of ni em bc; rs to a fune ral allowance of £23 on production of death rrrt'fVate. As it is est i mat "d bv Cn ion officials that this contribution will covei* members for three years, the insurance against death is the re markably low one of 1/9 per year per member. The deduction for funeral funds was made from the last pay in July, and for the first quarter for Hos pital Fund a fortnight later. The Pre sident of the branch, Mr. D. Kelly, has put a, considerable amount of energy into the ...
AINSLIE SOCIAL AND RECREATION CLUB SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
A CU M VRE OF AINMJIF, AINSLIE SOCIAL AND RECREATION CLUB SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE PARTY A most enjoyable and successful function took place at the Social Ser vice Building", North Ainslie, on Satur day evening, August 13. As a result of an invitation received from the Ainslie branch of the Canberra Social Service Association, a strong ladies* committee has been formed, of which Mrs. .J. Ashdown is president, Mrs. Edwards, hon. treasurer, and Mrs. í-apish, hon. secretary. This Committee has quickly got to work with a view to organising func tions as a means to raising funds for the furnishing and equipping of the Social and Recreation Club at North Ainslie. The club, which was officially opened by the Chief Commissioner, Sir John I »utt ers, has proved a boon to th . mon of the district, and is replete with tfaining room, card room, billiard room. and library. Thc committee decided to organist; a "pipe-opener" in the shape of a euchre tournament, and fully sixty persons availed themselves ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
tl THE CANBERRA CAFE (EASTLAKE) MISS E. ARBUCKLE Begs to announce that she has opened A SPACIOUS REFRESH MENT ROOM in the Shopping Contre at Eastlake AFTERNOON TEA A SPECIALITY ?Large assortment of Confectionery and Fresh Cakes Tobacco and Soft Drinks. A FAVORITE SPOT FOR REST, COMFORT AND CIVILITY. FEDERAL CAPITAL COMMISSION. CANBERRA ELECTRIC SUPPLY. CONSUMERS are hereby Notified that the connection of instantaneous water heaters, or bath heaters, to the electric supply mains is prohibited. C. S. DALEY, Secretary, Federal Capital Commission.
ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS FEDERAL STAR BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
-~*-:-7 ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS FEDERAL STAR BRANCH. A. special meeting* of thc Canberra lodge was held on Saturday, 6th Aug ust, for the purpose of welcoming to (Vin ber ra, Bro. H. Hart, the President of thc Grand Lodge of N.S. Wales. Arch Druid Bro. J. Jenkins presided, and in his usual capable manner, wel comed the. Grand President to Can berra on behalf of the. Lodge. Bro. Hart, in expressing his pleasure of be ing present, took the opportunity ol' presenting on behalf of Grand Lodge, a framed Diploma to Bro. H. Seagar, thc retiring District President.
A "Come to Canberra Week [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
A "Come to Canberra Week »Sir,-Many of tho Comm on wealth's citizens would like to have a look at their capital if they could see it at rea sonable cost, and with fair comfort. Cities, like businesses, must be boom ed, so why not inaugurate a campaign throughout the continent that will bring crowds of curious proprietors to see their property, and to select a site or two or buy and build on. Cheap transport from all rival cities would be needful and the entertainment of the guests would be a splendid chance for Canberra residents to popu larise their city and themselves. The whole of the week should be given up to making the time speed by on the swift wings of pleasure, and such a riot of merriment should be offered that all would want to stay in what would be the jolliest city in the world. -Yours etc., "X."
OUR LETTER BAG Help for Mothers To The Editor, Community News. [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
OUR LETTER BAG Help for Mothers To The Editor, Community News. Sir,-Nearly all the women in Can berra have to do their own housework, and in normal times they get through, but during- periods of strain, the diffi culty, often mounting to impossibility, makes life very hard. Perhaps the Mothercraft Society could take up part of this heavy domes tic burden, and alleviate, if not entirely eliminate, the stress of the situation. If the society could formulate a scheme in which every woman in the community could be enrolled, and under which each woman would promise a meed of per sonal help, and what is still more pre cious-companionship-during- the try ing- times when their sisters are ap proaching maternity, they would find that a duty commonly shared would cease to he heavv. and would develop into a pleasure - -Yours, etc., "MOTHER."
UP-TO-DATE CATERING Canberra Firm 's Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
UP-TO-DATE CATERING Canberra Firm 's Enterprise The largo white car of the Canberra Catering and Caf otaria Company has now become a familiar object at many local functions. The firm, Messrs. Godfrey and Mor rison, recently catered at the welcoming function tendered to the Queensland footballers at the Acton Hall, and also at the fancy dress dance at Gorman House on the same date. The quality of the fare provided is testimony to the claim of the firm that they can "deliver the goods."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canberra Community News — 18 August 1927
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