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A SHORT STORY: LOVELORN: IN 2 INSTALMENTS [?] CONCLUDED IN THIS ISSUE [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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200,000-YEAR-OLD MONSTER Pre-historic Find in Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
200,000-YEAR-OLD MONSTER Pre-histoiic Find in Italy. Anything from 200,000 years upward is stated to be the age of the huge ante- diluvian mpnster, generally thought to be the fossilised skeleton-of a mastodon, recently discovered in Italy. Visitors from all over Italy, including many tourists, crowded every "tlay to see the bosses of the giant beast. The mastodon has. two tusks nearly eight feet long, one of which is per- fectly preserved, though the other is broken, probably'owing to the work of the excavators. The head of the beast measures four feet by three, and Is well preserved. The skeleton iles at a depth of sbme twenty six feet below the-ground, and is so far only partly excavated, the work having been temporarily suspended, in order to allow experts to decide on the best method of raising it." The ground ywhere the, prehistoric monster was brought to light belongs to the Miocene period, and fosslled fragments of extinct animals have on. other occasions been discoywed In "...
BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
BUNGENDORE The Great White Train, with its ex- hibits of Australian goods, visited this town on Wednesday, and a number of townsmen and school children visited it. The members of the Australian Made Preference League were given &nbsp; welcome, and in the afternoon, several of the league were motored to Lake George. &nbsp; &nbsp; * * * Mrs. R. Burton, wife of a well-known resident, died on Sunday morning last. The deceased had only been married for twelve months. The funeral, which took place on Monday, was largely attended, and many wreaths were placed on the grave in sympathy for the bereaved family. * * * Mrs. E. Drysdale, proprieteress of the Royal Hotel, has disposed of her in- terests in the hotel to Mr. Richard- son, of Queanbeyan. Mr. Cooper, the new licensee, recently took over the business. * * * &nbsp; &nbsp; Shearing has commenced in several local sheds. Gidleigh Station started last week, and Foxlow, Sharrow, Turalla and Fell Timbe...
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. Tlse following teams have been sel- ected to represent the Northbourne Club in next Saturday's fixtures: A. Grade v. Cadets at Northbourne Oval. W. McDonald (Captain) A. J. Scott, K. E. Carnall, L. Waterford, Dr. J. A. James, R. H. Greville, C. T. Elmslie, N. M. Jeffreys, H. L. White, J. Darl- ington, K. E. Carroll. B. Grade v. Cadets at Duntroon. W. L. Cottington (Captain), P. An- nand, J. Havill, E. H. Gilchrist, A. Sar- gison, A. Sutherland. R. A. Correy, W. Ricklar, W. J. Pierson, W. R. Buch- anan, R. Havill, W.-A. Showell (12) assd B. L. Wood. &nbsp;
DRAUGHTS ("BY Stroke.") [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
DRAUGHTS ("BU Stroke.") Communications intended for this vcolusnn should be sent to "Draughts Editor," ""Canberra Times". Problems, -games, crlticissns, analyses, and news ' invited. TO CORRESPONDENTS. . A.C. (Kensington).-Thanks for in- teresting letter ,also information and problems. Have sent for the book you mention. F.K. (Paddington).-The draughts Issue of the "Canberra Times" can be had at the N.S.W. Bookstall, Sydney. Sec., Room 11 (Royal Arcade) would like to hear from you, re club notes, games', etc. SECOND GRADE CHAMPIONSHIP The following playes-s contested the second grade championship held recently at'the Royal Arcade, Sydney: Miller, Richardson, Stanfield (sen.), TosiertVA. Gilbert, C. Gilbert, R. Gilbert, Stanfield (jim.), Taylor, McMahon, Cantwell, Waldon, McLean, Conton, Mc Kênvin, O'Callagan, Hamer, Glaves, Tracey, Melville, Pro. Sulli%'an, Wintes-, "Welch, Knight, Kenyestes-. ".The tournament was decidod on the points system. The following were the placlngs:- « F. ...
STAR PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
STAR PICTURES At^v the Star,- Theatre, Queanbeyan, on Saturday night next, will be screen- ed "Her> Big Night," with an all star caste,- including the popular Lasira la Plante, with .Tully Marshall and John Roche In suppnrtin^r 'roles.i The' sec- ond feature will be "Justice of theFar North," a thrilling story of the.North WesF Police. On Monday night will be ps-ojected ¡ "Morgansosi's-. Finish," the ,- >V'\'' ' j- ?? * scenario Of one of Jack London's dra- matic stoi-res. There will"-also be shown the'oflleial film of tlse-Eucha-^ i-istic Congress held Isi ,Chicago' re- cently.. This is an unusual topical film of the great religious gathering of over 2,000,000 people. On Wednesday night will be shown a, sparkling comedy drama-íentítled "Mike," with the daintj .Sally O'Neill in the title role. The1 supporting feature will be Billy Sulli an isi "Broadway Billy," which gives full scope for-- the eccentric humor of this comedian.. On Mc>nJay.*night, No vpsiiber (Ulir-vvlll be ...
FLOWERS IN THE HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
FLOWERS IN THE HOME The following hints will be found use fu!:- > ' . . After long, experience the conclusion is that it is'best to-actually boil the ends of the stems of most flowers for one minute. Hold them in bogling water while you count sixty. A little aspirin added to a vase of water greatly helps; about one aspirin LO a pint of water. Violets keep better if their stems are tied together with cotton, and the ends of the stems cut off. A little salt ih the water helps carnations to last.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE PLANTS FOR PRESENT PLANTING Asters Gt. Crego, 1/- doz., 0/- 100. Trinnlas Grant (xd), 1/- doz., G/- 100 Knapdiagons (mxd), 9d. doz., 5/- 100. Dianthums (mxd.), 9d. doz., 5/- 100. Halvias (red), 1/6 doz., 10/- 100. Begonias (Bedding), 2/- doz., 15/- 100. Tomatoes, all sorts, Sd. doz., 4 '6 100. ' Veg. Plants, oil sorts, 6d. bundle. Postage Extra. GEO. L. GELLATLY, SEEDLING SPECIALIST 505a GEOHGE-STREET, SYDNEY. For PASTURES LUCERNE WHEAT ' SHIRLEY'S FERTILIZERS Made in Australia to Suit A us: rali ~n Conditions. Write NOW for Special Booklets, , Post FVee. AUSTRALIAN FERTILISERS, PTY, LTD. 19 BLIGH ST., SYDNEY. CHOOSE YOUR SEEDS CAREFULLY SEARL'S SOVEREIGN SEEDS. "SATISFACTION SINCE THE SIXTIES." Full of Vitality, Hand Cleaned, and True to Name. Bettet- Seeds Are Impossible. Write or'Call To-day for Our Big Descriptive Catalogue Containing the Very Choicest Selection of Seeds and Plants. N SEARL'S LIMITED SEEDS i - PLANTS - FLOWERS - ADVICE. 397 GEORGE STREET, SY...
THRIFT DAY Throughout the World ON OC[?]OBER 31 [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
, THRIFT DAY Throughout the Worid ON OCTOBER 31 From October 20 to 31, 1121, there was held in Milan, Lombardy, Italy, a confeience unique in the hif.toiy of Sav- ings Banks It \\as called the First International Thrift Conference, and assembled at the invitation of the Pre- sident of the Lombardy Savings Bank to commemorate the centenary ( of the great institution over which he pre- sides, and also to" investigate the possi- bilities of the establishment of an in- ternational Institution to Study and co- ordinate the activities of savings-banks throughout the wo'ild, to suggest al'ïû new methods of propaganda for the pur- pose of encouraging thrift, to consider the protection of migrants' savings dur- ing their transmission and Investment and otherwise to further the cause of thrift without regard to the boun- daries of race or country.' One of the first tasks undertaken by the International" Thrift Institute formed as a result of the conferencce, «as that" of-promoting the celebra...
CAUSEWAY HALL'S SERVICE TO CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
CAUSEWAY HALL'S SERVICE TO CANBERRA Special reference was made in re- gard to the Indoor Recreation Commit- tee for the energy displayed by its members, and also to the large body of voluntary workers who took part in the erection of the first amusement hall constructed by voluntary labor in Can- berra. Under an energetic president in Mr. D. Kelly, and Mr. C. E. Pike, hon. secretary, the Committee perform- ed a vast amount o£ work in organis- ing labor, providing refreshments for the voluntary workers, and generally bringing the project to such a splendid success. The hall was erected on the 50-50 basis, the Federal Capital Com- mission providing the necessary mat- erial, and the people of Canberra sup- plying voluntary labour. Mr. F. E. Priddle, Superintendent of Construction, Parliament House, sup- ervised construction, and was assisted by Mr. A. E. Jackson. The first nail in the hall was driven by the Chief Com- missioner (Mr. J. H. Butters), on No- vember 8 last, and the officia...
GOSSIP ABOUT QUEEN MARY Her Brocades and Jewels [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
GOSSIP ABOUT QUEEN MARY Her Brocades and Jewels Queen Mary, whose beautiful brocade dresses are always so becoming to her, has a large stock of Indian brocades on which she has been drawing for some years. When their Majesties visited In- dia for their Durbar the Queen bought any number of Indian brocades and a'so several lengths made to her o\\n design and colouring. The great ad- vantage of these Eastern brocades is that they are woven with a thread mr.de of real gold beaten out to^an in ci I'd ii le thinness, and tho fi.ct.thdt they gold threads and not t^ifoi ensuret, theil liot tarnishmg. Quorn Mary has jewois to go with >ucn iri.wn, and these are frequently re- set sa u added to from time to time, .'. the C'ueen is a lover of Une .stoi.i.v,, and \o:j knowicdg;Aii''e about Inam. J diamonds, of course, are becou-in,^ to everyone, but Queen M-uv IH. very fond of th» deep blue of sipyhuori, and ni arl v,always wears u boaii'.it'iil I roach consisting of a eaboehai sajipnire Mir...
FRIENDSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
FRIENDSHIP How seldom can a person nearing the end of life look back through the vista of years and faithfully acknow- ledge that she's had at least one friend who, through joys and soriows, adver- sity and prosperity, has always stuck to her. Even though, she's made no great name, performed no laudable deed, to have the love and respect of a lifelong friend in some achievement worthy of gratification. Just to know that among all your acquaintances there Is one to whom you can go for comfort and sympathy. No need to explain minute details or to work up a case for your own de- fence; no need to say anything but just the facts-and you know she (or he) will understand. What could be sweeter or more desiring than just that-the love of one real friend? Real friends need finding, and, when found, keeping. "Fair weather" friends generally find you! There is nothing of which to be envious in seeing a per- son' surrounded by all sorts and con- ditions of people, whose name is on evryone's Up...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FINANCES Non-Paying Services [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FINANCES Non-Paying Services The report of the Auditor-t:c:;eral (Mr. Rogers) for the financial yoarn 195-20, which was placed before the South Australian Parliament recently, indicates a drift in the finances of-the State. \ - The position has arisen notwith- standing an unexampled scries of-pros- perous seasons. f The railways, waterworks, and 'Sow- ars arc not paying,' interest charges are 'ncreaslng and"1 expenditure is cxpand .ng In many dlrcctiojia. - - - ,
NOT STANDARD SPIRITS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
NOT STANDARD SPIRITS At the Queanbeyan Police Court on Thursday la&t, -several local publicans appeared to answer charges oi selling spirits not of the standard demanded. The cases were laid1 undir the Pine Foods Act. Messrs. C. Walsh, V.r. C. Kl-ili ardson and 13. T. Larkl pleaded guilo, through their solicitors, of selling whisky whlch.i-was not of the'síumlarcl that the' trade name dcs.gun.ted, al- though the quality-was ainuttcM to lie good. Inspector T. MeHcnry..g.'JVO evidence of obtaining Hie whisky at tho several hotels. Mr. C. F. Walsh was* lined ii and costs; Mr.' W. C. Richardosn Was also fined £1 and'costs;" while Mr. H. V. Land was fined £1 and costs, on ,two separate cha-rges.1 The analysis's fee was included in the costs given in the.« cases.
BREACHES OF MOTOR TRAFFIC ACT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
BREACHES OF MOTOR TRAFFIC ACT Tho handïïng of motor traffic' in Queanbeyan hal become a serious pro- blem, and during tlie past -month new regulations for car parking in the main streets have b->en made by the;Quean- beyan Municipal Council. -The traffic police are insisting that the regulations conti oiling motor ti arlie, such as the display of number plates, lighting tail lamps at night, and the 'use of sile-i cors, must be strictly observed. During the sitting of the Poliee Court lost week several bl caches» of the Act weVe heard and fines were imposed. " ? v On Thursday last, before Mr. Hw Ti. Adams, P.M., N. V. Farrell was lined £2 and costs for failing to go round tlie monument at Crawford and Monaro Streets, "thereby bfeins" likely to cause an accident "
SOCIAL SERVICE YEAR'S SPLENDID RECORD COMMISSION CONTRIBUTES £5524 NEW CONSTITUTION ADOPTED A fine record of social service in the best sense has been achieved by the Canberra Social Service Association for the first year of its existence. The annual report of the association, which was adopted at the annual meeting in Acton Hall on Thursday evening last, disclosed a large range of activities. The meeting effected certain amendments to the existing constitution, which was almost entirely remodelled on the basis of several fundamental suggetions made by the Chief Commissioner (Mr. J. H. Butters). [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
SOCIAL SERVICE YEAR'S SPLENDID RECORD COMMISSION CONTRIBUTES £5524 &nbsp; NEW CONSTITUTION ADOPTED A fine record of social service in the best sense has been achieved by the Canberra Social Service Associ- ation for the first year of its existence. The annual report of the association, which was adopted at the annual meeting in Acton Hall on Thurs- day evening last, disclosed a large range of activities. The meeting effected certain amendments to the existing constitution, which was almost entirely re- modelled on the basis of several fundamental sugges- tions made by the Chief Commissioner (Mr. J. H. Butters). The first annual meeting of the Can- berra Social Service Association was held at Acton Hall on Thursday even- ing last, October 1, Mr. J. C. Brack- enreg occupied the chair, and there were also present on the platform Mes- srs. J. H. Butters (Chief Commiss- ioner), H. R. Waterman and J. H. Honeysett (General Secretary). Mr. Brackenreg, before commencing the business ...
CANBERRA BRASS BAND'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
CANBERRA BRASS BAND'S CAREER. The Canberra Brass Band, after a somewhat chequered career, has been placed on a sound basis by the forma- tion of a representative committee to &nbsp; watch over the destinies of the band. &nbsp; After being in recess for the winter months the band has made a number of public appearances, which have been greatly appreciated by residents in the various districts. Reference was made to the excellent services rendered to the band by the former Bandmaster, Mr. Maginess, Mr. Stevenson, the present bandmaster, and Mr. Howe, the organ ising secretary. &nbsp;
GREAT WHITE BALL For Library Funds [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 28 October 1926
GREAT WHITE BALL For Library Funds The Great White Ball, which was held at Causeway Hall last Friday, has resulted in more than £50 being raised to supplement the funds of the Can- berra Community Library. The hall was tastefully decorated and the ad- mirable arrangements carried out by Mr. J. Neilson, of Molonglo, organiser of the function, who was assisted by a committee of ladies, added to the en- joyment of the large attendance of couples. &nbsp;