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IN CANBERRA Hotel Ainslie Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

IN CANBERRA Hotel Ainslie Dance. Despite inclement weather, the   monthly dance of the Hotel Ainslie House and Recreation Committee, held last week, proved a great success. Many' visitors came from Acton and   Canberra, and 110 people sat down to Supper after a very happy evening which was due largely to the arrangements made by the committee, headed   by Messrs B. Bees (hon. treasurer), and Pocock (hon. secretary).

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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SPARKLETS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

SPARKLETS Ainslies?—No thanks!   * * *               Federal Parliament House— The White House.       * * *           M.H.R. —Must Have Rooms.         ***         The Commission—The Big Three.   ***       The bone of contention—£1,000 houses.             Federal Capital Press—For Canberra's   Progress.       The Referendum—Will the "Ayes" have it?               M. P.—More Pay.     * ...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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POLITICIANS AND— POLITICIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

POLITICIANS AND POLITICIANS An unseemly stand adopted by cer- tain state politicians during the' recent crforendum campaign was their dis- play of resentment that any powers, however necessary to the Common- wealth, which might have boen con- ferred by an affirmative vote, would be exercised from Canberra. There have been culpable phases of this cry. One is perhaps natural enough and Is sufficient justification for Canberra's exlstance-namely lhe petty state teel Ings which prevent the development of an Australian national sentiment. The Minister for Ti ade-and Customc (Mr. Pratten) blamed the vindictive attitude of Victoria, who resents an Australian capital, as being re.spon-1 bible for the defeat of the Govern- ment's appeal for power. That the vole was "Yes" in Queensland and New South Wales which approve of Can- berra, and overwhclmingUy "No" in in states with which the name of Can- berra rankles, is at least an interest- ing commentary on tlje Minister's statement. That great ...

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MR. J. A. FIHELLY KNOCKED DOWN BY CAR. Brisbane Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

MR. J. A. FIHELLY KNOCKED DOWN BY'CAR. Biisbanc Wednesday. Mr.,John Klhelly, ex-Agent-General ?or Queensland, was knocked down by a motor car jit Sandgate last night. He was admitted lo a hospital in a «flou» condition suffering from a '««tired sUiiM. John'Arthur Wholly has boon- a Prominent figuro m Queensland poli «* of late years. Ile entered parK ment as a Labour member for Pad 11T' a!i w-hloh llc obtained cabinet rank being Treasurer and Secretary for '"»He Works and Minister for Rall ln*\T T Wlls Actlne bernier dur ln mon ncodo,'<,,s absence in England L .1 aml was appointed- later as don Hcneral for Queensland, In Lon n. He resigned and contested the Sin« BCat at lhe last federal el leZi .'. , was ""«»»cceBsful but en . ,"V u,ealt'>' Rrlsbane Council as a Labour member.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

HOTE L GOULBURN {Under Vice-Regal Patronage) W. W. CULLEN, Proprietor. To Tourists and Travellers, this lux- uriously' furnished hotel offers a High-Class Cuisine and Service. Large and Comfortable Lounges and Writing Rooms. Hol and Cold Water in Bedrooms. Sewerage, Electric Light. Lock-up Garages. belters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Telephone: 67.

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OSMIRIDIUM Reputed Discovery BALLARAT, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

OSMIRIDIUM Reputed Discovery TW. . BA,<l-AnAT, Thursday. -RoefcTu e re!lched Ballarat from Portant » to lh0 cftect that an lm" C IfSCOVery o£ °s>n>rtdium has "*n made there. te miden, are keeping their find a e». hut it is known 'that a private ""*. BrteH exceptionally _#ood results.

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BRITISH RAILWAY RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

BRITISH RAILWAY RECORD. Last year was a splendid record for the iirltisli railwa; .>. Not a single pas- senger was killed In an accident, though the .subsequent death ot a pas jeiifaer suffering ' oin heart desease ./as olTieially attributed to a slight collision on ilie Underground in Luii 1011. The years 1C01 and 1!)08 also hold tie "anio v^oord of not having had a single fatal accident to a passenger. Hinco lsfiu thcie have been four years in winch oi.ly one passenger lias beun killed, tour in which theie have lieei. jilly two fatalities and twelve with a record of only three trulls.

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UNRULY SCENES Victorian Assembly Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

UNRULY SCENES Victorian Assembly Melbourne, Thursday, Further un)"»ily scenes have been witnessed in the Victorian Legislative Assembly. During a debate on a Lab »Tiotion, that the Speaker's ruling be disagreed with, Mr. Wallace said to the Speaker (Mr. Bowers)' that members who thought him an honor- able gentleman -and clear of >petty pal ty bitterness, had found themselves disillusioned. The Speaker was a par- tisan speaker. (Cries of "Shame,"). The Premier (Mr. Allan) asked Mr. Wallace to withdraw, but hi, refused saying that he had absolute proof of the truth and justice of his statement. A motton to suspend Wallace was carried by 32 to 27 and Wallace loft. The motion of dissent from the Speak- er's rullnç was defeated by 33 to 26.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

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THE NAVY New Submarine THE OTWAY LAUNCHED MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

THE NAVY New Submarine THE OTWAY LAUNCHED MELBOURNE, Thursday. The Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Earle Page), has received advice from the High Commissioner (Sir Joseph Cook), that the submarine Otway, for the Royal Australian Navy had been launched .successfully on Tuesday, at the yards of Vickers Ltd         The sister submarine, Oxley, which Is also being built by Vickers' Ltd., was launched on Juno 29 last, and, according to contract, should be deliver- ed in February, 1927.       The Otway should be ready for de- livery in March, 1927. Although the British Coal- Strike de layed the launching of the Oxley, it is expected that the builders will deliver both vessels on contract dates

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

DODD*S HOTEL COOMA 1/) s 1/ Rijan 70UHI81S & IR WELLERS CARIE RID I OR 'Phone: Cooma I 1 DAVID DUNSMORE GLOBE HOTEL BOMBALA EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION Tourists specially catered for Qaragçj Phone 2G

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

THE NEWSPAPER OF THE   FEDERAL CAPITAL CITY.   PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. PRICE, 3d.

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CROOKWELL NEW BUTTER FACTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

CROOKWELL NEW BUTTER FACTORY Last week in the presence of a large and representative gathering of pro- ducers and citizens Sir George Fuller officially opened the new Crookwell Butter Factory, which has been erected at a cost of £6000 being replete with the most up-to-date equipment.      

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PAPER INDUSTRY In Tasmania BILL PASSED THROUGH PARLIAMENT. HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

PAPER INDUSTRY In Tasmania, BILL PASSED THROUGH PARLIAMENT. HOBART, -Wednesday. The Legislative Council to-night passed a Bill, authorising the granting of rights and concessions to Mr. David Avery, to encourage his project to es- tablish a wood pulp paper industry at Geeveston. It is expected that Mr. Avery will erect an experimental plant before in- stalling a big plant on a commercial scale.

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CHURCH HOME RULE Anglican Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

CHURCH HOME RULE Anglican Proposai. The most important itom on the business paper of the Anglican Synod, which opened in Melbourne on Monday was consideration of the proposed con (titution foi'' the Anglican Church In \u4tralla, which while preserving the connection with England , will give Mio Australian church local autonomy. The first decision on the constitu- tion will be a mutter for the general Synod, which will meet in Sydney next month.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

PERSONAL Mr. John.Henry Butters, Chief Coin ai.s.sioner ot the Federal Capital Com nission, will icturn lo Canberra fror ydney on .Saturday morning. i, « ' '>? [ti -.'' Mr. C. H Gorman, 'Federal Capita 'orAmihsioner; arrived In Caiibona thi' loining fiom Sydney jSir John^ Harri.'-oii, Federal ' Capita Commissioner, left Canbowa,, on Tuet, ay night' for Sydney. ' -, < > v .; j Dr. M.G. Duffield, director of       Mt. Stromlo Solar Observatory, is on a visit to Melbourne.     ,"'»>' ' ; Mr. W. A Cale, Clerk M Federa Parham' nL Melbourne, >. 'and secretar; if'tho Australian branch of the Empir snrl.i; mentary Association, paid a visi o Canberra lastj Thursday,v in connue Mon /With the forthcoming visit of th umpire Parliamcntar-x delegates. Mr. H. J. Green, ^Government Printe for the State of -'Victoria, is vlsitln. Canberra. ' - .. ' Mr. L. G. Fussell, general manager o the Canberra Building and In...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

For such matter in this newspaper as s required to be signed in accordance vith the Commonwealth Electoral Act, .i-sponslblllty is accepted by A. T. hukospcaro, Ainslie, Canberra, F.C.T. "

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FEDERAL CABINET Meeting in Sydney Melbourne Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

FEDERAL CABINET JVlçeting in Sydney Melbourne Wednesday. The Federal Cabinet will meet in Sydney on Friday week as the Com nonwealth Ministers will be In Sydney i attend the dinner to the \isiting umpire Parliamentarians

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ON TOUR British Schoolboys WILL SEE CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

ON TOUR British Schoolboys WILL SEE CANBERRA Canberra has been included in the "tnernry of a party of 40 English public fcnool hoya who are visiting Australia T<ler tim auspices of tho School Empire J°urs Committee. The party arrived ?tremantle last week on the Austral ral> Ummonwealth Uno steamer. Hob «Ü?, Bay' ana were S|vcn a civic re «Ption hy the mayor of Fremantle. All states of the Commonwealth will »L .. ,ly the ptlrt>'' wl»lch Is under i? 4 " lon of CaPtflln «. H. Woolley, '?A-, \.C, M.C., with Dr. A. T. Rogers »V-uy » Hospital, London, as assistant N J T Th0 b°yR ale l0 arrive in hi c Wa,PS on October 25. and li Dnuy wlu make vislls to Can Ti,» ', Katoon>'>a. and Jenolan Caves.

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HUME PARK HISTORIC SPOT NEAR YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

HUME P\RÏC HISTORIC SPOT NEAR YASS. Hume Park, which is becoming a popular .resort of Yass Townspeople, is of historis importance. It is situated at the exact spot of tho crossing of the Murrumbidgee River by the Australian explorers, Hume and Hovell, on their journey to Port Phillip in 1S24. On holidays the park Is attracting an increasing number of tourists from all paris of the state, who spend a few days camping, boating, fishing, and swimming (in season). The park, com- prising» an aroa of 15 acres,! si sit- uated on the Murrumbidgee River at Good Hope, about ten miles from Yass, ind was purchased by the Municipal Council for a 'Public Recreation elround. The Chamber of Commerce has erect- ed a shelter shed, with dressing rooms for the use of male and feriiale bath- ers. Lavatory accomodattoa Is pro- vided and extensive planting of orna- mental trees has recently been carried out. Private enterprise has estab- lished boat sheds, with boats and launches that * may be rented at a...

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