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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

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Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTHBOURNE v. YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

NORTHBOURNE v. YASS. A match has ueen arranged bctweeen .ho .. orthbourne Cricket Club and a team representing the Yass Cricket As- sociation to take place at Yass on Sun-, duy next. ' The following team will represent Northbourne : W. McDonald, A. J. Scott, K. E. Carnall, N. M. Jeffreys, L. Waterford, J. Darlington, C. T. Elmsiie, E. H. Gil- christ, W. L. Cottingham, P. Annand, K. E. Carroll, W. Rlckler, A. Sursrlson, R. A. Gorrey, and G. M. Lucas. The cars conveying the team will leave Hotey Ainslie at 9 a.m. and return at ti.30 p.m.

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PRACTICE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

PRACTICE MATCH. A practice match of members of the Northbourne Cricket Club was held oss the Northbourne Sports Ground on Sat- urday afternoon, with the following results:- . u*. Â FIRST TEAM A. J. Scott, run out. 9 L. M. Waterford, run out.' 40 A.. J. Nish, b Cottingham . 24 R. G. Rutledge, ,c Cottingham, .b White . 26 A. Sargison, b Carroll . 0 \V. J. Pierson, b Greville . 16 \V. A. Showell, c Annand.-bGreville 13 3. L. Wood, not out. 4 Sundries . 19 Seven wickets for. 151 Bowling: McDonald. 0/25; Emslie, D/27; Greville, 2/10; Jeffreys, 0/23; White, 1/27; Cottingham, 1/15;'Carroll, 1/57 -. '. Fall of wickets: 1-24; 2-75; 3-105; 1-105; 5-134: 6-135; 7-151." v- ! SECOND TEAM. y. Jeffreys, ibw., b A. Nisli . 1 W. McDonald, b A. Nish . 28 tt. E. Greville, run out. 5 W. L. Cottingham, lbw., b Sargison 25 H. L. White, run out. 22 v. Carsoll, b Wood . 9 i\ Annand, c Sargison, b Rutledge 3 i. C. Emslee, e Wood, b Showell 4 si. Lucts, nos\ out. 2 ft. Havell, st. Waterford, b Showell 8 Sund...

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Canberra v. Bungendore. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

Canberra v. Bungendore. A team rep. esentlng the Canberra Cricket Club played a-Bungendore XI at Bungendore during the weekend. The snatch resulted In a win for Cass berra by 21 runs. The scos-es were as follows: , CANBERRA: Rowen, c J. McKay, b Croker ,... 1 Hart, b Croker . 21 Honeysett, c J McKay, b Croker .. 12 "?ulwood, l.b.w., b McKay . 13 boulton, c Kennedy, b McKay .... 16 Clarmont, not out . 34 O'Neill, b McKay . 0 Orr, b McKay .,.,. 2 Blngeman, b McKay . 0 Tubb, c McDonald, b Locke . 1 Douglass, b McKay . 8 Sssndries . 17 Total .:... 125 Bowling: J. McKay 0/20; N. Croker 3/22; H. McKay 6/32; Locke 1/24. BUNGENDORE J. Locke, rusi out . 15 J. McKay, c Fullwood, b O'Neill .. 29 N. Croker, b O'Neill . 13 C. McDonald, c Fulwood, b O'Neill 25 K. McKay, b O'Neill ..'. 0 H. McKay, b Blngeman . 3 T. Hourigan, run out . 6 W. Kennedy, c Blngeman, b O'Neill 0 A. Evans, c Fullwood, b O'Neill .. 0 F. Sparrow, b O'Neill . 0 Cartwright, not out . 7 Sundries . 6 Total '. 101 i Bowling: O'N...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MAGIC "RUG" [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

THE MAGIC "RUG" In Lismore (X S. Wales) recently, Jwo Hindus-a man and a woman tried an old Indian conjuring trick, and failed, and aro now \n the V . al gaol, until they raise the* necessary Dan. It Is alleged that, at one of the local stores,' an asblstai»k^jiofciced the man islip ctn article from the. counter under _ the" rug. t^hen Jthls rug' was opened 'ffi 'was jfpund to contain the following "goods: ¡Dre,s's lengths,>vbpots, under- clothing, tooth-brushes and handker- chiefs. Later it was found that 12 shops in the''town had been visited by the conjim crs.^ . ' , '

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THE DUCHESS OF YORK Presentation of Manchester Fabrics TO BE WORN AT OPENING OF FEDERAL PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

THE DUCHESS OF YORK Presentation of -Manchester Fabrics ?«TO BE WORN AT OPENING !OF FEDERAL PARLIAMENT At the Textile Exhibition, which is being held in Manchester Tthis month, tho Lord Mayor ofvManchester (Coun- cillor Miles B. Mitchell)," at a meeting of the Advisory Council of the Exhibi- tion, said it was advisable as business men, to emphasise the fact that they had k'epfpace with the changing times and circumstances, and were still able to produce the finest textile fabrics which could be produced. When 'in London recently, he continued, he saw. the Duke and Duchess of York, who ex- pressed interest in ' the exhibition. As fheir Royal Highnesses would be un- able to attend the exhibition, he sug- gested that the city would be glad "to present to the Duchess some fabric to be "worn by her at the openipg of the Federal Parliament House during their visit to" Australia. The Duke and Duchess had replied that they would be very ljleased to accept the gift, and the Lord Mayor pointe...

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FRANCE'S INDUSTRY REWARD. FRENCH ENGINEER SECURES PREMIUM [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

.FRANCE'S\ INDUSTRY ', * REWARD. FRENCH - ENGINEER SECURES PREMIUM Among the annual premiums award- ed by the French Ofllce National des Recherches Scientifiques et Industrielles is that .knpwn, as"J.he «.Jean Bares award which is offered to the inventor who Is the father 5 of j at least three children and who is Regarded as having rendered the greatest service to French industry Por 1925 the picmium, which amounts to 10,000 » francs has Ijeon awarded to M Yedovelü who not only fulfils the i equlrements as to parent- age, but has risen from the rank of an oidinary enginoeçinsii fitter. M Vedovelli has moie than one hundred patents and has a wide reputation in connection with high-tension apparatus and control gear It was M Vedo\elll who was respon- sible for the cleCtiic luminous fountains atJthe Paris Exposition of 1900 and 25 years later for the electiic waterfall and othoi* electrical illuminations at th« Palis Decorated Arts Exhibition of lJ-'i

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

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TENNIS STARS Proposed Australian Tour [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

TENNIS STARS Proposed Australian Tour The Australsan visit of Suza.itu; Leng len and the other professional tennis stars has been postponed till October or November of next year. The team includes".Mar> Browne (Cali- fornia), Vincent Richards and Howard Kinscy (U.S.A.). and Paul Fere (France). Mr. Pyle, who organised the team; claims that the American tour now in progress is a success. His programme has been altered to allow him to condisct asi open tourna- ment, with £Í0,000 in prizes', in Decem- ber or Jassuary. For the winner of the sisigles match tho prize will he £2000. A feature of the tournament will be that the winner of every match will receive a prize. Whcsi this tournamesit is over, the team will visit Esigland, the Continent, China, Japan, the I'hilllpines, and then Australia. Mr. Pyle, whose representative will be sn Australia in June, expressed the opin- ion that Australian players will com- pete in his toursiamesst.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

LINDEMANS WINES In Keen Request by Host and Guest. mm -\ LINDEMAN, Ltd. QUEEN VICTORIA BUILDING GEORGE ST., SYDNEY.

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17,817 MILES I.O.O.F. OFFICER'S TOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

17,817 MILES LO.,O. F. OFFICER'S TOUR Bro. R. J. Finlay, Grand Master of the l.O.O.F. has just finished a tour of New South Wales, having visited lodges .n all parts of the State. During the trip he travelled 17,817 miles by train, and 700 miles by aeroplane from Bro- ken Hill to Cootamundra. He claims to be the first officer of a friendly so- ciety to use an aeroplane on an inspec- tion tour .

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TASMANIAN AIRWAY Proposed Mail Service [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

TASMANIAN AIRWAY Proposed Mail Service Referring to the suggestion that a private company intended to establish an air service between Tasmania and the mainland, the P.M.G. (Mr. Gibson) said recently the Postal Department would be pleased to welcome such an innovation. The department would be pleased to extend to the new service the same facilities which were extended to other air services In Western Australia and Queensland, and would encourage peo- ple" to use the planes for their inn ils,

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PANTOMIME In Canberra "LITTLE BO PEEP" [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

PANTOMIME In Canberra "LITTLE BO PEEP" The first pantomime to be staged in the Federal Capital Territory was that of "Bo-Peep," presented by the Stanley McKay Pantomime and Operatic Com panj' at the Causeway Hall on Monday evening. There was a large attend- ance. The performances came a3 a surprise to many, for the artists, sconerj' and wardrobe of the company approached city theatre standard. It Is rarely that a travelling company possesses singers of the talent of Miss Ruth Bucknall, who as the Fairy Queen sang Mlzette's song from La Boohme, and impersonat- ed Dame Melba in the "Prison Scene (Faust). Mr. Ernest Barraclbugh, the baritone of the company, gave a dra- matic rendering of "Will o' the AVisp,' and other favourite numbers. Mr. Frank Perrlgn (Shah of Cashmere) proved himself a versatile performer, and his song, "The Simple Country Curate," was the cause of much laugh- ter. The comedy roles were in the hands of Mr. Arthur Meredith (Dame) and Maudie Stewart (Simple Simon), a...

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Kreisler Gets Record Fee. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

Kreisler Gets Record. Fee. The Palace of Music at Barcelona, Spain, has entered into a contract with Plitz Kreisler, the violinist, for a con- cert next wlntpr He will receive 25, 000 pesetas (about £800), for a single perfoi manee, a record sum In Spalrufor any artist * * ¥

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Stage and Screen Star [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

Stage and Screen Star Mr. Ivor Novello," star of stage and screen, is touring England in "Down Hill," the story of a young man's f£ll and regeneration. The play was writ- ten by Mr. Novello in collaboration ¡with Miss Constancoi Collier.

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Boucicault For London [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

Boucicault'Foi: London' Mr. Dion Boucicault, who has been producing the Barrie plays in Austra- lia for J. C. Williamson, will return to 'London-at the end of the year, In time to present his wife, Miss Irene Van brugh, In Sutro's play, "The Desperate Lovers." in January.

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Quick Work [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

Quick Work "What are" they playing now?" - "Beethoven's Ninth Symphony." "Oh, dear, have we missed the" other I eight?"

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

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