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

RANKEN & SINCOE EXPERT FINISHERS IN ENAMEL & CELLULOSE 391 GLEBE ROAD, GLEBE PT., - SYDNEY - Quotations, Designs and Samnle of Finishes on Application. Specialising in Bath Room Cabinets, Lav. Seats, Furniture, etc. INSIST ON THE "RASIN" FINISH. 'Phone, MW 1660. in mu «nil m m 11 uri i'i »iii ¡,i j u n mi m u 11111111 m i »mu 11» 11 in 11111 w m i III III II miwun iiiiiiimi i> (THE DIRECT FURNISHING j I CO., LTD. ! j Gen. Manager: F. J. HOCKING. ] ¡ OUR PRICES for j I KAPOK BEDDING [ M ^**g*M**a*jaBMMMMBjWBtWBMWBWBM^WWMlMWWMlM»MjWMMWWMWMWMMMM.^>*IJM I QUALITY No. 1. j §1 Matt. Bolster. Pillow Set. ¡ 2ft. 6ins. Mattress . . 32/- 7/3 5/- 44/3 I i 3ft. Mattress . 39/- 8/6 5/- 52/6 ¡ i 3ft. 6ins. Mattress . . 42/6 IO/- 5/- 57/6 = I 4ft. 6ins. Mattress . . 51/3 12/- (2)-10/- 73/3 \ | QUALITY NO. 3. j 1 2ft. 6ins. Mattress . . 45/- 9/- 6/3 60/3 I I 3ft. Mattress . 53/- 11/- 6/3 70/3 I I 3ft. 6ins. Mattress . . 60/6 12/- 6/3 79/- I ¡ 4ft. 6in. Mattress . . 73/6 14/6 (...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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A SHORT STORY: LOVELORN: IN-2-INSTALMENTS COMMENCING THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

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

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DRAUGHTS Canberra Club (By "Stroke.") A meeting of draughts players in Canberra was held at the Times Building, Ainslie, on Saturday evening, when it was decided to form a club to be known as the Canberra Draughts Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

DRAUGHTS Canberra Club (By "Stroke.") A meeting of draughts players in Canberra was held at the Times Build- ing, Ainslie, on Saturday evening, when it was decided to form a club to be known as the Canberra Draughts Club. In addressing the meeting, the chairman, Mr. A. T. Shakespeare, an- nounced that considerable interest had been evoked among draughts players in the column devoted to the game which appeared in "The Canberra Times," and Sydney enthusiasts were looking forward with pleasure to the the formation of a club in Canberra. The interest which a club in Canberra would arouse in other cities would not be limited to the interest in the game, but must tend to deepen the interest in Canberra itself of many people who had not hitherto been brought closely into touch with the city's progress. Players in Sydney, Melbourne and New Zealand who already were displaying interest in the draughts column, would interest their friends in Canberra. It was hoped later to conduct interstate c...

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

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FOOTBALL THE WARRIGAL PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

FOOTBALL THE WARRIGAL PROTEST The Editor, Tile Canberra Times Sir,-Anyone who witnessed the match on September 11 between the Federal Rovers and the Warrlgals can remember how the tWarrigals were outclassed b> the Federal Rovers by 13 points to 2 points, and can see for themselves that there was no' need for a piotest to be lodged by the Warrl- gals. i J With an attendance of- five or six Hundred, present, the Federal Rovers riled out to defend their prize from Goulburn, the "Tully Cup"-against the Warrlgals, It being the last match of Hie season for this trophy. The War- rigal had been fprtunate .prior to this match in having secured two teams from Sydney to visit Queanbeyan, one of thom being a team sent here to play a combined Group 8 team, of which Queanbeyan'is the headquarters. Warrlgals here showed signs of sportsmanship when they fielded their local 13, thus excluding the lest of the teams in the group. Federal Rovers, who had been spell- ing for two weeks through not bei...

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EVERYDAY TALKS. Education by Newspaper Without Expense of Travel [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

EVERYDAY TALKS. Education by Newspaper Without" Expense of Travel "Homo Keeping youth" who, ^accdrd irig to Shakepseare, "have ever'lionicly wits," havc.no longer any excuse for ignorance. , . It has now been many years since newspapers in all parts of the world, brought to the door step of the home that chronicle of history in tlie making called "news." Fifty years ago this news was with- out pictures. &ow most newspapers enable their readers to see what is go- ing on as well as to readvof it. Hardly in the world can be found a civilised person who would not recognise the Piince of Wales, Henry Ford, or any other well-known man on sight, simply because of( the frequency /with which their pictures have boori pubiishod. The moving picture, whose educational possibilities for some curious reason arc not yet half utilised in the schools, has taught the child In Australia" what tho Alaskan Kskimo looks like, and lias shown "him all of the seven wonders of the world *tvh!ch still...

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

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

i CHOOSE YOUR SEEDS CAREFULLY SEARL'S SOVEREIGN SEEDS. "SATISFACTION SINCE THE SIXTIES." Full of Vitality, Hand Cleaned, and True to Name. Better Seeds Are Impossible. . . , ' Write-or Call To-day for Our Big Descriptive Catalogue Containing the Very Choicest Selection of Seeds and Plant?. SEARL'S LIMITED SEEDS - PLANTS - FLOWERS - ADVICE. 397 GEORGE STREET. SYDNEY. THE FAMOUS ?" YOUNGER ^ Cooking Stoves and Ranges ARE THE BEST The Double Oven "Young-er," marte for. J^ong- Wood Fuel, is the most popular Cooking Ranfje for Station use. atalogue and Price List Post Free upon application to tho Makers. V G. Fletcher & Son 50 OXFORD STREET; SYDNEY. Chile exports annually over 2,000,000 TONS OP NITRATE OF SODA which is World renowned as the BEST Nitrogenous Fertilizer If you wish to leam how to use it to the best advantage, read the following: pamphlets:- , . s '"Nitrate of Soda. Its production and use in Agriculture." ?"The Vegetable Growers'blantire Guide." » '.? . "The Fruitgr...

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

. Southern Cross Tea Rooms i J. C. G U N N EASTLAKE. REFRESHMENTS FRUIT (JON PiMJTj UlNtR Y bui'T TOBACCO . DRINKS t ' Meals at AU Hours. Cleanliness and Civility Guaranteed. RAFFIA "REQUISITE^ Ensliili Ghoprim'-ilyi ii Ratlin, ^2i>z., one colour only, 8d lib Jots, 1 colour only (i/o Auoeialian-eiyt'el Rallia, 2oz. 1 "colour, 8d. lib. lois, one colour only, 3/6. JXftlm.nl Ka Ala, Fine .. i/o Iii., Gd. bundie. Walker's Hitma Wölk Hook, 1/1U, post tree Weldon'* Raffia Work Book, Kos. 30 und 113 lOd., post free. Raum i\'i ulles .lil. and 2d. ea. Cane, all si/..s.1/- coil, 2/6 lb. Tray Lanes at Reduced Prices. Postage ex.tr«. Sample of Raffia and Cane posted on ' application. Send I1 el. slain p. GEO. L. GELLATLY "THE RAFFIA KING" 505a GEORGE STREET, (OPPOSITfi t.M»i^ i .i.L.i.CJw, - SYuNEY. Wo Supply Stores at Wholesale Kates. MINUTE WORTH That is what a very successful man said about the lime he spent in going through an I C 5 Course. TURN YOUR SPARE TIME INTO MONEY. We will show y...

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CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

CYCLING After a great finish, II. K. Smith, of Western Australia, Won the 33-milc Australasian Cycling Championship at Melbourne last Saturday from P. Os- borne (Vic), and G. A. McLeod (Vic). Smith won by two lengths, while a The time was 1.30.50V 11. Opperman was leading a few miles from home, when a puncture caused his retirement.

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THEOSOPHICAL BROADCAST Tests With America [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

THEOSOPHICAL BROADCAST Tests With America   The manager of the new broadcasting station, 2 GB, Sydney, belonging to the Theosophical Society, has had a dis-   appointment. On a recent afternoon, he arranged a special programme to be broadcast from Sydney, in order that Dr. Annie Besant, President of the Theosophical Society, who is in America, might hear the Station. It happened   to be Mrs. Besant's birthday—she is eighty—and a cable was sent her asking her to make a point of listening in. It now transpires that the cable was delay- ed. Mrs. Besant received it too late to act upon it. Another special programme, however, is being arranged by Station 2 GB, in the near future, and it is hoped that this will be heard by many listeners in the United States. Reports show that Station 2 GB is heard in West Australia and Queens- land, apparently as easy as in New South Wales. The short plays which are being broadcast from 2 GB, by Miss Enid Lorimer, a...

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BOXING [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

BOXING , The fight al Sydney Stadium between T. Policy, of Phillipine ' Islands/1 am] Raymond Jansen, of France, was only of short duration, the Frenchman be- ing- knocked out in the second round.

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SEWERAGE For Queanbeyan To Protect Molonglo River [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

SEWERAGE For Queanbeyan To Protect Molonglo River The preservation of the Molonglo River from pollution is being found to be an increasingly difficult matter by the Queanbeyan Municipal Council, and the installation of a sewerage system is under construction. Under the agreement concluded be- tween the Commonwealth and the State of New South Wales on October 18, 1909, involving the transfer of the area for the seat of government, the State undertook not to pollute and to protect from pollution, the waters of the Quean- beyan and Molonglo rivers, throughout their whole course above the terri-   tory. In the opinion of the Queanbeyan Municipal Council the preservation of the waters of the Molonglo River can only be effected by the installation of a sewerage system. The growth of Queanbeyan has been so rapid with recent years, that the need of an adequate system of sewerage is imperative. Ald. Harris, in putting forward a mo- tion regarding sewerage for the muni- cipality,...

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CAR SMASH Coroner's Inquest STORY OF WILD NIGHT RIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

CAR SMASH Coroner's Inquest STORY OF WILD NIGHT RIDE The District Coroner, Mr. John Gale, concluded an inquest on Monday last, into the death of William Henry Ham- bley, who met his death on October 5 when the car he was driving ran into a tree. The inquest had been opened on October 6, but was adjourned, owing to one of the witnesses being in hos- pital, suffering from serious injuries. Dr. Blackall, who, by instructions from the Coroner, held a post mortem examination of the body, gave evidence as to the injuries sustained by the deceased. He was of the opinion that the man died from shock, and did not think he could have lived long enough to have died from hemorrhage. In reply to Sergeant Har- grave, who was conducting the case, witness expressed an opinion that de-   ceased must have been hit on the side and his sitting at the wheel of the car, it would be feasable for the wheel it- self to have caused the injuries to the ribs. John Esmond, garage proprietor, re- si...

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MOTOR TRANSPORT NEW SELLING IDEAS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

MOTOR TRANSPORT NEW SELLING IDEAS The merchandising of motor trucks is being attacked from a new angle by Reo Motors Limited, 171-175 William Street, Sydney. The aim of this firm is not only to sell trucks, but also to see every Reo owner making money. Many men ,who purchase motor trucks have not the requisite knowledge of motor transportation business, which is, to-day, a somewhat involved business, to enable them to make a success of operating motor vehicles for distribution. Too little attention has been paid in the past by sellers of com- mercial motor vehicles to the education of the buyer, and in assisting him to establish a sound business and there was no information whatever available for the new owner of a motor truck, which would enable him to estimate, within reasonable limits, the actual cost of operating his truck. Conse-   quently, not a few owners of trucks operating at present are working at a loss. This loss is due to the fact that they are entirely ign...

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

PET i IHiirlil.nTI rari atr--*" NEWLANDS ALL STEEL BEDS RANGE IN PRICES FROM £2 TO £50 EACH 77m m«/n/ Wie/ « oli«c/ erf /o all beds we make BL sure ycu see it It is for your protection Make sure it is made by Newlands Pictured above is the "YoiL" design of all steel twin beds that cost approx- imately £6:17.6 each bed, without mattress Different freight rates make this price slightly higher in districts outside tri c metropolitan area. These beds, made in all sizes, and finished in a v«i'lc lange of modern colored enamels, arc of a design of simple beautv that will harmonise in all furnishing schemes Equip these twins with " Steelite-de Luxe" spungs and "Morning Glory" bedding ard you have a sleep unit that makes that all-to-be-desired íesult sound, healthy sleep-a certainty. ^ Remcmbei too, that thcieare specific hygienic and economical reasons for metal beds If not, why is their use in hospitals always insisted upon by medical aulhoiities? Since when has a wooden bed been tolerate...

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

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

A FAIR COMPARISON OF 0. K. Elliott's Cash Furniture Values AT THEIR FACTORY SHOWROOMS. " nn lim i |]Rsr-CL\Sfa 5ft BEDROOM SUITE for £33/15/ fliat wl« co I \eiu ainiNheie else in favdno\, LI«, .nMTRinii^ LOUNGE l-l'IECE SUITE, Select Your Own Covering, VlUMJKiuu £15/10/ r'lnt «HI cobt Ml" £22 amwheie else The Reason is simple; we make them ourselves, using first class i lal put together by competent artisans, under the direction of one of £80000 worth of 1926 Ideas of Home Furnishings to Select from All Mirkccl in Plain Figures, Factory Prices We manu- facture from any design or catalogue. The trade supplied r, "fm Im mess S un to 6 pm, MONDAY to THURSDAY, ERID VY, S ¡iii to 1 10 mu SVTURDVY, S am to 1 pm Fre- Delivery within 20 milos, Country Orders well packed, put on rail or boat free We. icc< pt e îsli oi dei s fiom the Camperdown Estate and Cash Older Lo > demi s 11 urn oin showiooms 0. R. ELLIOTT'S, LTD., MANUFACTURING COMPLETE HOMH FURNISHERS, 240 PARRAMATTA ROA...

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TO REFIX FURNITURE KNOBS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 21 October 1926

TO REFIX FURNITURE KNOBS Wooden knobs willoh have conic out of th'Mr places can easily lie reflxeel with the nlil ol a little glue. Clue must be applied both to the iipüiiint' in" the, furniture, and to, the screw , or peg of the-knob. ' Don'', b too lavifh with-It, but, ¡ on the jtiivr hnnil, J'C au>-e io put chough. ' l'uiih the knob firmly home anil make I sure-that it i.s.not handled until it ha. Rt'ieU-ltf-rfivtly. ¿Wipe off any. i;l«r* I win-h '-onVs.on to the furniture whi'e fit'II Hnukl, or It will dry hard and ty. dttHculi to icinu\t> *

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