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G.P.S. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

G.P.S. CRICKET. Tho third round of the, ,Great Pub- lic .Schools competition produced some excellent cricket In'Sydney. St. Jos- ephs and S.C.E.G.S, played an attrac- tive match Jil which Cullen (St. Jos- eph's) scored 1G9 not out. Tlio side's innings was - closed at 308 for eight wickets. At "ttío drawing of stumps Sliore had mhdp 122, for the lou;- of only1 one wicket. O thor ».mat ches re- sulted: Newington 4 for 188"(closed), beat Scots 129 and ,4 for CD; St. Igna- tius 231 v. Sydney .Grammar School 3 fo'rilS4; Kings, School 249 beat Sydney High School 170 and two~for 80.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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A Lucky Pearl. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

A Lucky Pearl. A date plantation at Basra In Meso» potamia has been sold'to Halal Mun« tari, of Kuweit, for £00,000 rupeei (about £22,000). The purchaser wat once ia humble ^vendor of date stone« as food for donkeys, and his wealth first came in finding a pearl in the Persian Gulf,, which he sold in Paru for 50,000 rupees. ' Muntarl afterwards .kept to pearling, and last year sold pearls to tho value of 2,700,000 rupees (£202,000). ' The date plantations belonged to the Mu tassarlf og Basra.

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FROM FAR AND WIDE Dancing at 70. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

¡FROM FAR AND WIDE I Dancing at 70.] After assisting at a sports meeting at Avoca (Vic), aä a committeeman, Mr. Phillp Lyons, a veteran cricketer, of more than 70, turned up at night at a ball, and danced the Sailors' Horn- pipe. Mr. Lyons was on the Fiddlers' Creek diggings in the early days, and is a fine all-round sportsman. *

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

MARCUS CLARK & CO. LTD t "The Firm That Keeps Faith" > * ! CENTRAL SQUARE, SYDNEY § I - I % We provide werything for* g your home or personal use % for cash or easy terms. ¡Visits this district régulai ly. Send your 3 address and he will submit our full range of $ catalogues, and e-cplàin our easy extended £ payment system. ^ Our handsomely illustrated catalogue sent post «^ free on receipt of your address. % Local Representative - W. J. Bowe 1 MorriscttSt., QUEANBEYAN HARCUS CLÂRK& CO. LTD. | o CENTRAL SQUARE. SYDNEY. % After "A Day in the Wind and the Sun " THE last stage of the day on a walking tour brings a thirst that is honestly ¿arned. Then it is that the Hotel with the K.B. sign looms up as a welcome milestone marking the end of a perfect day. For the tired traveller knows that the foaming glass of K.B. holds for him the refreshment, the pleasureful quenching of thirst, and the replenishment of energy, unfailingly found In a true Lager. TOOTH'S

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

YASS, Excitement,, prevailed' in Cooma. Street the other day'when a motor car, owned by Mr./W. Hillier, which had been left unattended, stat ted off on a jaunt of 'its "own Careering across the^street, it* crashed into and 3mashed a window, of Mr. Hugh Mc- Lean's hairdressing establishment. Fortunately, no, one was Injured. St. Clement's""- Church of England Flower Show' takes rAace to-morrow afternoon and eventng (Friday). Ow- ing to the favoihablo season, a big en ti y of choico^bloonm'is .anticipated. Special services in connection with the Sunday School Anniversary will be held at the^ Methodist Church on Sunday next. The annual picnic takes place on the follo'wlng Wednesday. Following on a request by the Cham- ber'of Commerce, that lavatory accom- modation and a fireplace be erected on a reserve near Yass River for the acn ,efit of tourists, the works committee of the Municipal Council imadc an Inspec- tion of the site and_,has reported against the proposal The Councjl de- cide...

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PIRATE'S GOLD Spanish Treasure Hunt [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

PIRATE'S GOLD Spanish Treasure Hunt Lured br tim,< /illoucd niord^ol a Spanish prl\ itei i il ijoi R A Logan manager of thé m ipping dcpirtment of the Pan child Act ml Suiviv Inc (New York) is on tho way to Nova Scotia to hunt for treasure worth,' perhaps, £450 000 Majoi Logan who Is a mem- ber of'three geographical societies, anl an aviator, left New York ijy, rall on«*l five months 'leave of, uhsocncc' ^Iq hn¿i bought 100 acres of land in Not a Scoii 1 on which he Jjopes to find,go)d fropi ft( French pay ship, which nçver rcaphed Its dèst'natïon Múlor Logan Was bor'i In Novti Scotia, and spent' lils bovh'do 1 there He heard'aWegenii Of a French ship, laden with coln'und gold ahd sill ver plato, Which 'wai forced into a^small harbour near Halifax In 1700 'hie'trea- sure \vaa Unloaded, carried mlahà^arn sunk at the "bottom of 'a lake, 'it? la said _ * . " _\

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

EDUCATIONAL. St. Gabriel's C. of E. Giris' Grammar School. CANBERRA . DAY & B lARDTNG SCHOOL. Re-opens on September 20. For~P)-uspcctits apply Sister in Charge, at above address, or to '. ? ST.- GA li li I li lyn 'SCHOOL, Dirrell Street, Wavcilry, N.SAV.' i_i_;_ THE PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE GOULBURN, N.S.W. Registered under Hie Bursary Endow- ment A c1. / ; Extensivo modern buildings and equipment. Healthy Climate. Altitude 2,000 fool. Electric Light. Sewerage. Hot Water Service. < , 41 acres of grounds. ' . , Professional, Commercial'" and' Do- mestic Science Courses. ' ". NEW TERM COMMENCES TUESDAY, 8th FEBRUARY, 1927^ Prospectus from the Principal, Brig:-den. W. RAMSAY McNJCOLL, ' C.B., C.M.O., D.S.O., B.A., DIPL. EDUC The Travelling Public Will be well caleiod lor at DULYEY'S . GENERAL STORE, on Hie Yas.s Queanbeyan Road. Always, on hand- i Ft csh Gi ocei ics, Tobacco, Fi mt,'. » Benzine, ' Chaff, etc. CAR FOR HIRE. GoocT Camming Grounds at JOHN R. DULVEY'...

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RUSSIA'S NEW LENIN Stalin—The Man of Steel. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

RUSSIA'S NEW LENIN Stalin-The Man of Steel. "Tosef Djugasln iii, Georgian by birth, bearing the revolutionary name of Stalin, 'The, , Man of < Steel,' Is emerging more and inore as the real inherltoi of Lenin's power and author- ity For over two years he has been the dominating figure In Rusála His power continues to increase1 He con-i trois the machine that controls Russia So states a weil-lnfoimed special correspondent of "The Observer," who Is of opinion that Stalin Is gradually succeeding to the position or Lenift He traces Stalin's influence! in the keeping together of the outer Russlam nationalities In the early days of the Soviet regime, In the dégradation first of Tiotsky and then of Zinovlev, land In his adroit handling of the ' machine" In Russian politics Between Stalin and Lenin there are, of course, vast differences Lenin dominated by Intellect and personality He belonged to the race of supermen Stalin dominates by efficient Organisa- tion' Lenin was a, man o...

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PAINT AUSTRALIA FIRST Woman Artist's Advice [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

PAINT AUSTRALIA FIR$T Woman Artist's Advice Mis H R Nicholas an Australian aitist who has just i etui ned aftei 21 years 'study In London and. Pails ad- vises young Australian artists who exhibit abload to keep to Austi allan subjects ' One of the chief causes for adveise clitieism against the Aiisli allan bhow of pictures in London, was -that many ot the pictuies might have been, painted In a London "drawing room," she said " Few of them ahqrfûd their nation- ality ' Mis Nicholas has been^ made ali associate of the Paris "Saloh, and has de'clded that hei giöup Of pictures for next yeai s ahqw will icprcfecht* Aus- tralian ftibjotts - She has returned to gathcc-matoiial for these pictures Mi3 Nicholas» lias no time for the uitra modenfin art She said it was popular because the dealers had impressed the nowly-rich that it wras smart, and the geneial public had bcpome> flightened to say anything lest it should not be considered a la mode She deplores the continued Amei ican dominan...

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SUDDEN DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

SUDDEN DEATH On Sunday morning last Miss Mary   Fairclough, a nurse, aged 58 years, died at the residence of Mrs. Cartwright, "Woodbury," Sutton Road. Hearing Miss Fairclough moaning about 4 a m., a member of the family entered her room and discovered her in a state of collapse. Dr. Blackall, of Queanbeyan, was summoned, but the deceased lady, had died before he reached the house. An inquest was held by Mr. John Gale (Coroner) at the Coroner's Court, Queanbeyan, on Monday last at 2 p.m. Mr. W. J. Fairclough, engineer, at Parramatta, brother of the deceased, testified that his sister was in good health when he last saw her in Parra- matta in July last, but she had under- gone a serious operation some years ago. Mr. F. Cartwright gave evidence of finding the deceased in her room in a dying condition. Dr. Blackall, who conducted the post mortem examination, stated that several organs were diseased, but he found no marks of violence on the body.   The Coroner, ...

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SYDNEY CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

SYDNEY CRICKET. Easy wickets pievalled'whon Gi nat competition was ícsumcd on Saturda'v with the lcbult that many centtiiles weie íecpido'd. The oittstandlngs per- formance iwas that of Mairickvjllç.'who made 4QS for the loss of only two wickets. Contuiios wrerc scored oy :i Steele (116), A. Dein "(128), and B Fail fax (102 n'o<), Results of the matches weie: Glebe 230'v Waveiloy 1 for 19; Petersham 211 v. "University none for 27; Randwick 7 for 23$ v Paddington; Balmain 305 v. Western Subuibs; St. George lie v. Manly; Nortirsydney 118 for Mosman 1 for 74 Goidon 3CG v. Cumberland; Marrick- ville 2 for 10S v. Northern B-lsti'icts

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

JOH N FiO .W.'.LVI E.. GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND .- AVHEI3LWKÍGHT . Monaro-Street/ Queanbeyan *f All .Classes of Worlv Neatly and K.M'odltlouhly H.MH-utod.

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MELBOURNE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

MELBOURNE CRICKET. In the second round of pennant games, concluded on Satin day, all matches w ei e conclusive except the one between Hawthorn-East Mel- bourne and îsJPrth Melbourne So mans good Individual performances were registered that the season looks unusually piomislilg Of the two best mdh ldual eff01 ts, one was made by à veteian Don Blapkie, who porfoimed the îemai kable feat of captuiing the whole Of the ten wickets of the op- posing side at a cost of d4 îuns on a batsman -wicket while the best batting po\ foi manee' was by Byno, a young- ster of 22 \cars, who migrated from the South Melbourne Foothallois, ii junloi team In the fiist gi ade of the V J C A, " By bi lliant hitting he scored 113 runs against University in 1G5 min- utes A giatifvlng featuic of me round was the manner In which South Melbourne, set the difficult task by University of scaling 371 îuns in¡.Hie afternoon accomplished the feafand ,\Von tlie4£amet Foi sonio j ears Sbufh TdcH>ourí¡iéJiaA emboen nea...

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COUNTED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

COUNTED OUT. Billy Grime, dual boxing title holder, and Joe Hall bpx'ed a dull 20 rounds at Melbourne Stadium last week, when the spectators counted the pair out on three occasions. The house was wor(,h £1000. ., . / , ,

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THE WINNER OF THE CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

THE WINNER OF THE CUP I SPEARFELT.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

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CRICKET LEAP TO FAME From 12th Man to Captain [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

CRICKET LEAP TO FAME From l>2tK Man to Captain Mi A P r Chapman Englanas now leader has gone ty the 1op of tit. laddel of cricket fame by leaps and bounds He was .not the first captain In a post-wai viçtoKy as anoUioi piu duct of Cambiidge Unhcisity play in U thut Gilligan had that honoi in vioi bom ne in. 1925 but ho has comple ed an important double " -Lj> 19fcl/hfSheipea,¿Ay;c Maclaren,/ arnatqulfLleve¡$ to s^'nfe th itisuipiis^t defeat upon W W Aiins»} ont, s hjthei to unbeaten teahi'lu^ltpstbouine and he celebrated iîms* pi on\otion to ¿vjii, captaincy byv leadiivgr^EngK^nd to*- yèr /list hoWio vi,ctorv Är^feiii teen j ears. am HW»»» - > fJo Chapman is a magnetic personality and sots the ^ollngel gcneiation a magnificent c\ample Ile Is tie ciickotoi completo-athletic eagei au r*enturous^ as blUliañtrt'wlth tho hac a<> ]m is bpqsant ij^nfi«, field ltíat ie sol $ shre|wdneia*fni"aellcs i cq.u}i eO^ot a TèsC captain H "» ' vould plaj foi England sppn after *...

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ROADLESS TRANSPORT Test in N.W. Australia Through "Unknown Desert." [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

ROADLESS TRANSPORT Test in N.W. Australia Through "Unknown Desert." The Terry expedition, backed by the rtojtl Geogiaphical Socictv and having the approval of'HM the King, set out from Port Darwin last July to tiavel south through the "ifnknow n desert ' of 'the North-West (says the London Dally Mail), the object being to dispiove the popular belief that Northern Australia is nothing but a waste of sandy desert, ?and to test the piacticabihty of creeper track transpoit over such undeveloped country After examin'ng a number of makes and obtaining demonstrations, Mr Torry felt that the Guy roadie >s vehicle had the greatest chance of success, and two of these vehicles with trailers were .shipped to'Australia, together with a motor-cycle for reconnaissance work The expedition proper commenced at Kathoilne, and for ovei foui months, the pai ty piogressed southwards, mak- ing good use of the suivey instiuments, caméras, and kinematogiaph apparatus A three-valve wiieless receiving sot ...

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TO CLEAN COMMUTATOR [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

TCh CLEAN COMMUTATOR When the commutator becomes worn and dirty, ii may bo smoothey) by tak "r>" a strin of lino sand-cloth, sams, width' as the commutator. Place this sl..ty diieci.Jj unütír the brush (not to jne ujUo), iunkc it- enuliclc the com mulatoi' as far as possible, and then pull it back 'und forth until tho' com- mutator is clean and smooth. It must bo held firmly. " ïton'tHry fo hold,{.he sand-cloth with 'finger or with a. block of wood while tlij*a.rinauiré is rotated! this would cairne,an ^uneven surface, and the brushes, will not fit properly. Alter ..sanding, .carefully clean^ off all grit and 'dual', ' beiligr sure id clean very thoroughly, between the copper segments, tlien drop a small quantity of oil on a chcese-clooth and polish.

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NEW MOTOR HEAD-LAMP [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

NEW MOTOR HEADLAMP Cla.med to revolutionise motor car lighting and to cast a non-glaring light, a reflector made of specially blended metals has been exhibited recently in Melbourne and Sydney by the maker, Mr. R. Linton, of Messrs. R. Linton and Co.^óf Sydney. A eui" fitted with these reflectors, w.th plain glass fronts to the. headlamps, was driven as a demonstra- tion of its efilcôcy. Blue 32 c.p. globes were used to give a white light, but It was stated they did i not alter the effect of the reflectors. The lamps were bright, but' not glaring, and could ,bc looked into from six inches a\yay with- out nui.r.ou.s effect on the eyes. Pot ..o!o;j were Illuminated, and when ap l)i oachmjf tile'lights did not dazzle, nor did they move when the car was travel- ling over bumpy roads.

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