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OAKS FROM ACORNS South Africa to France To Surround Memorial. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

OAKS FROM ACORNS South Africa to France To Surround Memorial. Oaks grown from acorns brought from cCape Colony will surround the mem- orial at'Delvllle Wood to South Africa's soldiers who fell in France during tho war. . The acorns were taken from oaks at French Hook (Cape Colony) and rear- ed in France in the nurseries of the Imperial War Graves Commission. Now they have become sturdy little saplings. Some hundreds have been planted in a vista leading from the Longueval Ginchy Road to the ridge in the wood where South Africa's men fought and died. The memorial designed by Sir Herbert Baker, A.R.A., is an arc-shaped struc- ture, with pavilions at either end con- nected by a wall with a central arch. The whole is surmounted by a magni- ficent bronze, group, the work of Mr. Alfred Turner, A. -R. A., On the far side of the arch, bordering on what the soldiers called "Princes-street," is a cross. The memorial is expected to cost .n the vicinity of £50,000.

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

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IN THE KITCHEN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

IN THE KITCHEN The following are some new' and useful recipes: - STEAMED APPLE ROLL. Sift well 1 cupful Hour and 1 small leaspoonlul of baking powdor, and add a pinch of .salt. Rub in 2 tablespoon luls butter, and add a dessertspoonful of suar. Make into firm dough witl milk or milk and water, roll out anc spread with finely-ohopped apples; cover apples with a little brown sugar, wet edges of pastry and secure ends; then loll up and place in floured cloth. When tying, allow for the pudding to swell. Cook in steamer for one hour. Served with boiled custard, with 1 teaspoonful vanilla. , TENNIS CAKES. Four cupfuls of flour, 3 cupfuls of sugar, 2 cupfuls of milk, 1 cupful of butter (meite'd), G eggs, 1 te&poonful of baking soda, 2 teaspponfuls of cream of tartar. Mix the '.dry ingrodieijts first, add the milk, .then the eggs, slightly beaten, and ^lastly, t,ho melted butter. Rake'in patty this in a mod- erately hot oven. 'Tills mixture mokes, i largo quantity; halve the ingi ed...

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THE CUP Prospects Discussed ORDER OF PREFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

THE CUP Prospects Discussed ORDER OF PREFERENCE In spoi ting qssartes s, there is much discussion concesnlng the chances of the vaiious Cup candidates Manfred is the most popular choice for the race »visile The Banker has the most admlr "?) s Of the other horses Llmei ick and Naos ase highly thought of, with Royal Chas ter and Speai felt given the nevt best chances of thcotheis The os dor of popularity in which hornes aie tanked is as follows / '1 . t I Matsfs ed Pantheon Rampion Heroic The Bassker Limerick , Naos Royal Charter Spearfelt, 4 , Then Tookarbv, Beodos, The Slav», Spearer and Stralia SOME OF THE MELBOURNE CUP CANDIDATES RAMPION , ML CHARTER TOOKARBY OUR PRINCE MANFRED THE BANKER M lu S DISRAELI JOHNNIE JONES LIMERICK VALAMITA HEROIC SPEARFELT

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

Mason Brothers FUNERAL DIRECTORS, CRAWFORD ST., QUEANBEYAN FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT 'Phone: Queanbeyan 29. imiHimmiHH"I£j S. C. BREEZE (Late of H. E. Kerr's) -AT R. J. Dunne's New« Agency Eastlake. GENTLEMEN'S HAIRDKESSER EXPERT LADIES' AND 14 Years' Sydney Experience IIIIIIIIMIIill*»",l,M,,""",,t'" o

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YASS—CANBERRA ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

YASS-CANBERRA ROAD. Mr. Tully (Minister for Goulburn Electorate) in a discussion on the main roads in the N.S. Wales Legislative Assembly, on Monday last, referred to the bad state of the road between Yass and Canberra, and asked whether a gi-ant of money would be provided to put the road In order before the ceremony of opening parliament at Canberra next year. He suggested the work should be done by the unemploy- ed. Mr. J3addeley, Now South Wales Msnistcr of Labour and Industry), said he would have enquiries made into the condition of the road and see what could be dosse.

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TO EASE THE TRAFFIC PARIS MAY HAVE AERIAL BUSES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

TO EASE THE TRAFFIC PARIS MAY HAVE AERIAL BUSES Paris may have an aerial bus service if tlse efforts of M. Emile Deavcaux, a municipal , councillor, materialise Recently a special commission ap- pointed by the city of Parla to study the best means of overcoming the critical congestion pf traffic in the capital recommended aerial transport as one way out. ?. * It was suggested tljat' the first line be run fiom the »Porte de la Chapelle to another gate best suited for the pur- pose and at tlie same time most con- gested. Tho vail^us French Govern- ments have not had time to take np the report seriously, but M Deavaux has requested the prefect of the de paitmesit of the Seine to get action and now it develops that the Ministes of Public Woiks may sanction the scheme.

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IN THE GARDEN PREPARING NEW GARDEN BEDS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

IN THE GARDEN PREPARING NEW GARDEN BEDS In laying out new grounds, especi- ally the portion set apart for the vegetable gai den, the soil should be lie as deeply worked as conditions will permit. With the exception of the portion where paths are formed, the ground should be deeply dug, or better still, trenched. . I Twenty Indies to two feet is none too deep, though iji no case should surface. Double dlging, or what is' clay or poor soil be brought to the termed bastard trenching, is a good method of ti calment. This is done by opening out the first trench.to the full dopth ol' tlie spade, then loosening up the subsoil to another - depth of the ,pade, adding manure to the soil as. the woik proceeds.

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SUCCESSION OF CROPS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

SUCCESSION OF'CROPS By judicious sowing and planting, there . should be little difficulty from this time onward in keeping up a suc- cession of crops. In selecting seeds for sowing, it will be noticed, by referring to seedmens' catalogues, that', with many varieties there are early, med- ium and late kinds, so that by care- ful selection and sowing, white turn- ips, carots, beets, letuce, potatoes and others have varieties that are most iiuiled for early sowing.

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DENIED [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

DENIED At a s-pcent meeting1 of^ tlie Albury (N.S. ,Wales) Pastures* 'Protection Board a letter was read from-the In- verell Board which asked for asspport of a resolution protesting against the remarks of Judge'Beeby that Braziers, kept dowsj t production for the purpose I of^kceplng' up tlse rricc of ¡sheep nm wool. The directors were convinced ' there was notart instance in the dis- trict, where a'grazier had kept down the Increasing^ of his stock for thal purpose. The' Chairman "said he was surprised tlsat "an, educated mun like Judco Beeby should say auch a thing. Growlers might keèpf down' ps-oductlor. in the event of a drought approaching but only In that Instance. It was de- cided to co-operate with Inverell. '

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MARROWS AND TOMATOES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

MARROWS AND TOMATOES Though little will be gained by sow- ing marows and pumpkins in the open ground before the end of the present' month/, the ground should be dug and, manured in readiness. Tomatoes that, have been raised for early planting, I should, as soon as sufficiently advanced I be placed outside in a sheltered posi- tion to thoroughly harden before fin- ally planted out.

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

W. PERRERS, FURRIER, 7 317 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY ^kins dressed, dyed and made up to customers' requirements Furs and Coats remodelled and renovated1. ' :, BEST WORKMANSHIP ONLY. Stock of Fuis and Coats always on hand N. J. LIVINGSTONE FURNITURE MANUFACTURER CRAWFORD ST., QUEANBEYAN Furniture Made to O.-der in Any Design. Best Workmanship Only Expeit Tradesmen employed A QUICK JOB! I midd imd Wiestolitp 1 ibio-Comont Sheets <t i< st lo li mdli thci lind its use speeds con- ti in lion ind low ci s building costs, -sou simply nul Hu Î if-, K1 sheets to the lóisits oi studding \slcstohtc saws and nails like Umbel I si \sbcstohtc foi all evtqi ioi wails, gablo^, etc 1 oi colline, and linings ive manufactui e Plaitei - IU 1 IIJIOÜS Plaatci bheets in 10 dlffeient sizes it 2/1 pti s(| i iid Wtite foi ïîpokjet CZ ii lth lulloi pai licnlai s "\\ c u< elicupu lol Dimpcouise Boaicr Board i Pli 'limbei s and Riiildcis Ilaidivaie \ SPRIGGS ASBESTO LITE COY., LTD. ...

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CHILD WELFARE Molonglo Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

CHILD WELFARE Molonglo Committee A branch of tiio Chile! Welfare Agso ciation in Canberra was formed at » meeting of ladies held at Molonglo, .on Friday last. A committee was elected, comprising Mesdames Pelias, Brown, Grand, Uland, Macintosh, Pike, Jan- etta, Mitchell and Blr-nchflower.

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IN CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

IN CANBERRA ¡Miss Nance Armitage,- who is the daughter of Mr. P. T. Armitage, chief inspector of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, is staying with.friends at Duntroon. Mi.ss Armitage arrived in Canberra last week, and was the guest for a, few days of ^Irs. F. W. Cunningham. * * , * Visitors at the Northbourne Tennis Club's courts last 'Saturday afternoon, when the pxhibition matches were play- ed with Mr. J. Willard, metropolitan champion, were entertained at after- noon tea by a number of ladies, include ¡ng Mesdames Paul, Annand, Smith and Sargison, and Misses Hall and Scott. * * , * A social event of moro than ordinary importance will be the marriage of Miss Majorie "Ryrie,, twin daughter of Major General Sir Granville and Eady Ryrie (Michelago) to Mr. P. Osborne, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs H. Osborne of Cur- randooly (Bungendore). The marriage will be solemnised at the Church of St.. John the Baptist, Canberra, next month.

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BROADCASTING RADIO PROGRAMMES WEEKLY FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

BROADCASTING RADIO PROGRAMMES WEEKLY FEATURES The following are the principal itomi of the Broadcasting Companies for tho ensuing week : -7 2FC (FARMERS'), 442 METRES. Friday, October 29.-Halloween Con- cert, 8.15 p m. Saturday, October 30.-2FC Hospital Concert* at Prince Alfred, 8 pm. 'Sunday, October 31.-Petersham Congregational Anniversary, 11 am and 7 pm. Manly Band 3.15 pm N S.W. Military Band, 8.30 p.m. Monday, Navombcr 1.-John Lem mpne, world famed flautist, 8.30 p.m. Tuesday, November 2.-Melbourne Cup described 'in running, 3.25 to 3.45 p m. Opdi'a "Our Miss C-lbbs," 8 p m. Wednesday, November 3.-Miss Les- lie Elliott (from 2LO London), 8 30. Thursday, jloVember 4.-Captain Frank Hurley, "My Greatest Adven- ture," 9 p.m. , Friday, November 5.-Lady Cecil on "Migration," 3 pm. 'Saturday, November 6.-Rosehill | Rices in running.' Hospital .,Party, 1 North Sh'ore Hospital, 8 p.m. Sunday, November 7.-St, Andrew's Cathedral (C. of E.), 11 a.m. St. StC; phen's Presbyterian, 7 p.m. O...

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PRICES BY RADIO Opening of Wheat Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

PRICES BY RADIO Opening of Wheat Season. Farmers who make a practice "of lis- tening to the broadcasting stations had brought home to them last week tlie remarkable efficiency of radio. . The first wheat of the season arrived at Alexandria goods sheds,- Sydney, from Boggabri, and half ah hour nffer it was Sold growers all" over the State Heard the broadcasting stations, announce that the Boggabri truck of wheat welched 65tlb. to the bushel, and that the oprn'-" Ing price fixed for 'the new season at auction was 7/- a bushel.- '. Thq- pi ice was repeated'on the air the sauio <. vi'ii 'ing", so that wheat men all over tlie State must have known the news nvaiy hours, in some cases days, before they could have learned it from othor sources. ? > - . - *' On tin's subject it is interesting to note that a regular battle is wagcl in some of the wheat 'producing States cf America between the farmers', in J Ino elevator companies. The farmer, willi his radio set, learns of the r...

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

PROFESSIONAL NOTICES NÜRSE F. A. BRITON AÏN V, RUN, EASTLAKE. MISS G. A. PAUL ASCM, LSCM, FSCM, EASTLAKE. GOLD MED VLLIST Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, and Theory. Visits Q*üeanlman eveiy Saturday. Studio Blue Bird Cafe W. T. TUCKER , v Solicitor, etc. Queanbeyan. TRUST FUNDS TO LEND 'Phone 251 H. W. Y. DEANE SOLICITOR MONARO STREET QUE\.NBE\AN 'Phone 98 liuU Í undi io Lend VISITS CANBERRV EVERY WEDNESD VY Mr. S. J. RYAN, Dental Surgeon MONARO STREET QUEANBEYAN (Over \ ostibulo. St Gicwoivs Hull) Also at private adilipss -r EASTLAKE Phone 87 Visits Bungendoie eveiy 1th WcdiiLsd i\ SPECIALIST IN EXTRACTIONS E. H. HARVIE, B.D.S. . (Umv of >Syd ) Dental Surgeon May be consulted at Campbell's Pharmacy, Eastlake HOURS: Daily, Ô a m -G p in. « Wecknights and Saturday aftótnpons by appointment / TELEPHONE Oanbetra 49. Rochfort1 *& * Stack t , À FI A, r j | rUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS» AND AUDITORS / INCOME TAX ÍJXPERTS St. Otcgory's Unildinos, Jfoow A'o. 4, Upstairs. /. , Téléphona, Que...

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QUEANBEYAN Heights Golf Club Ball MEMORABLE FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

QUEANBEYAN Heights Golf Club Ball MEMORABLE FUNCTION St. Gregory's Hall was tastefully decorated with streamers anl Wal- loons with the Queanbeyan Heights Golf Club's distinctive colours maroon and gold-on the occi- sión' of the club's »first annual dance on Thursday night last. The function was very successful, about onfa hundred couples attended and danced to the music of Arbuckle's Orchestra. Mr. A. Bowers acted as M.C. .Mr* P. Green- wood was secretary, assisted by a com- mittee of club members. The woVk of decoration was organised and carried out by Mrs. F. Greenwood and Messrs. Gildea, Bowers, and C. C. Smith. During an interval between -tho dances, Mr. J. L. Gallagher's silver cup trophy was presented to Mrs. F. Green- wood, the winner of most competitions this season. Messrs. J. H. Calthorpe, \V. L. Heard, and A. Bowers were the judges of the fancy costumes, and awarded the follow- ing prizes: Best Character Costume, Lady: Mrs. C. Tantou (Cards). Best Character Costume, Gent...

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

S'".'.'.""""". I NEW BRICK COTTAGES AVAILABLE | v § At Eastlake, Ainslie, Red Hill, or Blandfordia ¡ from £1100 on Tenns from ¡ 10% DEPOSIT BALANCE REPAYABLE AG RENT. \ A few good business investments available at Civic Centre §nd Manuka Shops to let -^ QUEANBEYAN COTTAGES Built to buyer's design from £$0 deposit-£450 upwards, Agents forxall available Subdivisions Good allotments from £10 deposit Apply: W00DGERS § t , . * ' REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS, QUEANBEYAN - EASTLAKE - CANBERRA. CLOSE TO CANBERRA A Choice Grazing and Farming Area at the Doorc of the Federal Capital. STUBBS & CO YASS (and 11 O Connc'l Street S%<lnev) in conjunction -rwith WOODGERS .S. GVLIHOIU'L QLEAMiL\AN (and Canbena) have boon insttucled bj JUcssis Allen Pio> to sell then 'Glenrock' Property io, Public Auction * Woodgera & Calthorpe's Salerooms, Queanbeyan Saturday, 27th November, 1926, at 2.30 p.m. Partícula!s aie as follows -> SITUATION 1 mile from rcdcral Capital boundary 17 ...

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"BABY MINE" [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926

"BABY MINE" When baby Is cross and fretful, try gently rubbing his back. It will often induce quiet, and baby will soon fall asleep. When bathing baby, add to the water as much borax as will lie on a shilling. This will softer« the hardest water, and render It harmless to the child's deli- cate, skip. Here is a good way to clean baby's bottle. Pare a raw potato and dice. Put it Into the bottle and fill with cold water. Allow this to stand for a little, and then empty and rinse. The glass will be clear and shining. , All the smart babies these days wear b,lbs which tie round their waists. It does away with the necessity for the "scratchy" "baby's brooch" to fasten t)io front down. ' Don't on any consideration give baby a comforter or dummy to suck. If you have one, burn It, so that you won't tjo tempted If he howls for It. It çlves him adenoids, ruins the shape of lils mouth, and the cleanest one is a mass of germs. Train baby early to think of others as veil as of himself. As he gro...

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