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

BILL KENNEDY BUNGENDORE DODGE TOU3irJG CAR FOIi HIRE COMTOPT, courir ESY, &. SURETY Phone iJungendoie G1 day 01 night DON KENNEDY GARAGE, J30MBALA Phone Bombala 85 Nio'.i or day MALONE'S DE LUXE GARAGE AND ' SERVICE STATION Braidwood BOWSER 1'iUMi: lil NZJNE Tc\nco and Alobilo 1 stocked All Motoi hujipltc ami Repairs i'jeo Ail Sei vice AGENT TOR ,STlTEEB MCER CAR-5 Cain foi ailie Phone Biaidwood 10 (Day oí A iaht) ROYAL MAIL CAR SERVICE. to 'J mago and Biaid\\ood, Ataluen and Moiuja daily ' i ; _,_* - . Established OVqr 80 Years. glllillllllllllllllllMlllllnllllllllilllllllllllllllllll'llllllllQ | HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED ! | I J. KELTY, , j ^ C/o McsMh Ka\ &, JUcGhen g | Monaro Street Queanbeyan | t| High-Clare Motor Eriamollma §" =j Varnishing quickly and ^ = artistica/ly done. . ¿j 1 'Phoni QUEANBEYAN .TG ^ euiii}onniiDAJiHimjroBnnra,liiiiikiiHiniiiig

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

I For Timber Service * - | LARGE STOCKS OK 10VK1Í.Y VARI HT Y OF 1 BUILDERS' AND TIMBER USERS' REQUIREMENTS I In TIMBER, PLYWOOD, AND JOINERY I ??£]%«. \ » I * - i t I HUGE STOCKS of THOROUGHLY SEASONED FLOORING I of every description, and our milling is unequalled. We have s installed only most modern and efficient machinery and THE I FINISH OF -OUR MANUFACTURED LINES IS PERFECT, s necessitating no further expense to the buyer. I EFT-"*"-" . I THOROUGHLY SEASOi»^.i> wutùNSLAND and PACIFIC MAPLE always available. We can quote bedrock prices for çionuinc RED PACIFIC MAPLE in joinery, skirtings, s ' . architraves, etc. I EtT1"'"'"'" "?'""'' " - ' | PROMPT DELIVERY anywhere by MOTOR.-Give us one s opportunity of showing what our SERV/lCE means. I» UM I DAVIES & FEHON LTD. , j | Timber Merchants and Importers, Hill. St., PYRMONT f | Thone Nos. MW2716 (5 lines') MW1674, and MW2680'i j W E A V O WHITE ANTS & BORERS EXTERMINATED. "Weavo" has a leputatlon ol' over 25 Noai...

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MORE HOMES In Queanbeyan RAPID INCREASES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

MORE HOMES in Queanbeyan RAPID INCREASES Tho demand for residences m c}uqp.b beyan is very keen, and some of the1 houses aro being: occupied before they aro completed. During tho last five years G70 nevv dwellings have been erected, and 3Ö6 other buildings for tm^l i ness and,other purposes At a meeting of the Queanbeyan Council on Thursday last applications to build, were gituitcd for eleven residences and thieo minor buildings, while four applications wore referred back for further information.

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TRADE OUTLOOK Banker's Review STRONG WOOL POSITION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

TRABE OUTLOOK Banker's Review STRONG WOOL POSITION At the half-yearly meeting of the Royal Bank of Australia, Ltd., in .Mel- bourne on October 25, the chairman' of directors (Mr. Randall Alcock), ¡n his report on the bank's activities, gave a synopsis of trade in the Commonwealfb during the half year ended September Sfi, and also the prospects of trade for the next half year. He said: '.'Good returns are assured again fortunately for tho Australian , wool clip. Owing to the extremely dry spell in Queensland, tile clip will not be, a.s la,rge as la.st season, bul, the falling ort 1,8, estimated to be only slightly moro than 5 per cent., sqy 125,000 bales, .With the exception of, the wool, grown; in parts ,of .Queensland, the year's ¡clip will compare,most..favourably with, re-, cent ones as to the weight cut a, liçac OX ftheen, a,nd, a.qcordlng_ to reports re- ceived, it, is well grown _ and sound, but a^h'ttle. broadçr In qu,alit'y. It carrie^ more condition than last year, hut with...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

BATH HEATERS Wo arc specialising in all classes! ol' Water Heater repairs. Instants, Douglas, Rotorua, etc. Country Orders Promptly .attended I to. TEMEAD BROS!, 110 Harrington Street, .Phono BW7188. . SYDNEY

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NEW OFFICES Canberra Building And Investment Company [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

NEW OFFICES Canberra Building And Investment Company AJ.es.srs. R. U. l-l. Joscland( Architect of Sydney, and -S^-J. Coulston, investor of Sydney, have Joined the board of directors of the Canberra Building and Investment Company tkd.," Increasing the present board to five in number. The compony will occupy new offices 'next week In the Canberra Times Build- ing at Ainslie.' The new' premised will be the temporary offices of the company pending the completion of the perma- nent offices of the company which ar» to be erected" shortly on the second subdivision of Civic Centre.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

? . . TILES NEWEST COLOUR SCHEMES and DESIGNS BY The Australian Tesselaied Tile Company, Pty., Ltd. MANUFACTURERS AND DESIGNERS ' AUSTRAL CHAMBERS, 39 PITT ST. ' . SYDNEY. . ,, ,< ESTABLISHED 1SSG '1'IIOXD NO. B3651. The Tiles fixed in Parliament Hpuse, Canberra, the inspection of which is invited, were supplied by the Company. HUDSON'S 'READY-CUT" HOMES ' ESTABLISHED OA'IOR- W lE\tó A home within \ youf means Fit for her No Waste r »\ Any Handy Man can erect Hudson's Ready Cut hjomos End*. Design No. 409 £255/-/ Call or Write for New Booklet of the latest Wonderful Designs. The Easiest of Terms will bo given to a limited number. WE DO NOT ERECT GEORGE HUDSON LTD. The Reliable Tlmbci Mci chants nul 1 looting Specialists Glebe, Svdnev Cltj Office 7 Castleieagb stn el n< II Hunte! sticct, Svdnev. Telephones' BW 1151, MW2771 O lints) /£= TIMBER Builders of Cantería plea-í *ote -Wi cauv full stocks of al) IjiUlinR mid cabinet timbtrs anil mnmifi» tj.c all kinds of ...

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

BMW? ORIENT LINE Royal Mail Steamers to London. v CALLING AT COLOMBO, SUEZ, s-'orrr SAID, NAPLES. TOULON, GI WALTER, .mci PLYMOUTH |- | From Steamer. I Tons [ Sydney OTRANTO.'| 20,000 | Nov. 13 OPV.NS.YV.¡ 20.000 I Dec. 11 OSTERLEY . | 12,129 | Dec. 21 OR IMA '.| 20,0,00 | Jan. 8 QRMUZ.| '1-1,088 | Jan. 2'i PARES: SYDNEY TO LONDON. PUTHT SALOON: S.n;Ue from £flS. * , Return from £172. TIERI) CLASS: Single, £38 to £4-1. Return, £6S to £79. « \v: CALVERT 'ANDREW, A >lini; Gem-rol Malinger in Australia, Write for illiiHtrated Lil'-MÏiturc. 2, -I, 15, Htiiini; HticM, Sydney. Blanches &. A'ronrms Tin outihoiil Aiislialiu. PUBLISHING NOTICE The Canberra Times' Canberra, F.C.T., Australia, Proprietor: Tlie Federal Capital Press of ' , Australia, Ltd. Hvad Office: Times Building, Ainslie, Canberra. AU communications aro requested * to be addressed to THE! MANAGING EDITOR,' "THE CAMiKHRA TIMES," i' Ainslie, Canberra. Tit« "Canberra Times" Weekly Edition is .Published Eacli lluirsd...

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Canon Ward and Rev. W. A. Fletcher [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. CCTIIOII Ward and Jicv. W. A. Fletcher Canberra: Holy Communion, 11 a.m. ï Duntroon: Holy Communion 7.30 a.m.. Parade Service 10 a.m. Causeway: Evensong, 7.30 p.m. '"Eastlake: Holy Communion 8 a.m. Sutton: Evensong, 3 p.m. 'Gundaroo: Evensong, 7.30 p.m. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Order of Masses: Sunday, November 7. Queanbeyan: 8.30 a.m. and 10.30 a.rm Acton: 8 30 a.m. ' Westridge: 8.80 a.m. RM.CM Duntroon: 10 a.m. Molonglo: 10.30 a.m. Benediction: Acton-7.30 p.m. *. PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. C. Hain, i A eton: 11.15 a.m. Westlake: 7.30 p.m. .METHODIST CHURCH: r.astlake: 11 a.m. Mr. C. L. Henry. Cr,u80\vay Hall: 7 p.m. Mr, Gifford.

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

CANBERRA HOWIES ! NEW BRICK COTTAGES AVAILABLE At Eastlake, Ainslie, Red Hill, or Blandfordia ^ from £1100 on Te.ms fiorn 10% DEPOSIT v BALANCE REPAYABLE AS RENT A few good business inycstments available at Ci\ic Centre and Manuka Shops to let. ' ^ 1 , QUEANBEYAN COTTAGES ¡ Built to buyer's design from £50 deposit-£450 upwards. ¡ Agents for all available Subdivisions | Good allotments from £10 deposit. I ". Apply - r . . r | W00DGERS & CALTHORPE, | REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS, I QUEANBEYAN - EASTLAKE - CANBERRA. ?v¡ GLOSE -TO CANBERRA _ ,y, . v/ #A Choice Grazincj and Farmina'Area at the Doors of the Federal Capital. miRB-iÄCO Y\SS (andu O'connell Street, Sydney), in conjunction . 'Glenrock' Property ^ Public Auction at' Woocïgers & Cnlthorpe's'Salerooms, Queanbeyan - Saturday, 27th November, 1926, at 2.30 p.m. Pal tel'1 ii s .ne as IOIIONS qiTiTV'MON 1 miles fro-i Pederal Capital boundai v, 17 miles fiom Federal ,,lJU\v,'lament IUn.seT 0 miles t, oin Que inbcv.x... -'SI...

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

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE. JÜ ti. J. A. JAMES has commenced practice at Ainslie. liB. R. M. ALCORN has commenced practice al National Circuit, Blandfordia, and may also be con- sulted ,", FOR X RAY WORK AustrcJian Commonwealth Line FAST, REGULAR ShRVlCE of ONE CLASS PASSENGER und CARGO STEAMERS to HULL and LONDON (via Mrlbouine, Ade »ide, Fromantk, Suez, Port Said, and I'ly Jiiouth). Coastal Passengers carried between Australian Ports of Call. From Steamer ) Tons | Sydney ESPERANCE BAY .. | 13850 | Nov. 21 MORETON BAY . | 1S850 | Dec. 15 XuERVIS BAY .... 1 1SS50 1 Jan. 25 xLARGS BAY .... j 13S50 | Mar. S x Via llobail. Pat>b(?ngor Pares and Caigo Rates on appli- cation. AVSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH LINE, 15 O'connell Stroet, Sydney. ' 'Phone: B 6851-52-53-54.

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LIBRARY GIFT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

LIBRARY GIFT The committee of the Canberra Community Library has received a gift from the Chief Commissioner (Mr. J. H. Butters) of a set of 14 volumes dealing with all phases of electrical engineering. The books are regarded   by the committee as a valuable addi- tion to the library, in view of their utility to subscribers who may be in- terested int he subject of electrical en- gineering as a career.    

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GEM 'SEEKERS Australian 0pal Miners' Socialism [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

GEM 'SEEKERS Australian 0pal Miners' Socialism Socialists who are seeking the "B-o therhood of Man" should go to Coe""er Pedj,, in South 'Australia Here live 00 Australian opal miners in dug-outs, and their affaiis ate conti oiled by a, "council elected by all This field Is about 110 m|lcsh south-west of» Oodna- datta, but theil only means 'of com- munication willi the outside world 1« byr motor rail to Kingoonya, one ot th« railway- stations' on the Transcontin- ental line The name Coober Pedy Is an abori- gine one, and "means "Man living in\ giound'^Aitempeiatuie of more than 100 degiecs foi five months of the year and the lack of suitable timber for housing puiposcs, compel tho men to dwell underground Here thej are cool In summer and warm In AVInter Each little dug-out has a fireplace vvith a hole cut thiough the earth above, ,to act as a chimney Stunted mulga bushes, the only tim^ J?er found within 100 miles of the Held, "aie used for fuob The Government officials, the police- ...

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SHEARING Affects Stock Market [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

SHEARING Affects Stock Market There has been no move in the store stock market and quotations have re- mained nominally at the levels given two weeks ago. The quietness of the market is due to shearing operations, which are now in full swing, and on its completion there is expected to be a resumption of sales. Clips are reported to be turning out very well generally.

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

Make a Real Tone Test Before you Buy any Set. Reliance : is the greatest Radio value obtainable To hear a Reliance is a revolution of radio's real possibilities, Before you purchase any set at all. let us demónstrale this remarkable instrument for you, either in our rooms or in jour home. Model "D" 3 Valve Set of un- usual range. Most ef- ficient cabinet work, in Walnut Bakelite panel. CASh.£20/10/ TERMS: £3 Dep., 7/6 weekly PRICE Model "X" This new 4 Vakc model is powerful, and is simple to handle. C in Hine in- to Btiy station in Aus- tralia, rilled nilli low low, «Imight lincfre quotie} condenser. DD jr>T? CASH.£32 ¡ 10 j fKL^Hj TERMS: £4 Dep., 12/. weekly ALL PRICES QUOTED INCLUDE FULL EQUIPMENT-THERE ARE NO EXTRAS WHATEVER TO BUY. , EVERY RELIANCE CARRIES A GUARANTEE AND TREE SERVICE FOR TWO YEARS . Ve will dexnonitrate the Reliance in your own Lome or in'our rooms The Reliance Radio Co. WEMBLEY DOUSE (onp. Ccnlral Railuay Station), .! * GEORGE STREET,1 SYDNEY. Thone: M.A.16...

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NEW TELEFUNKEN APPARATUS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

NEW TELEFUNKEN' APPARATUS A new transmitting and receiving set for aeroplanes has been constructed by the Telefunken Company at Berlin. The apparatus which is intended for com- munication by telephone or telegiaph is father interesting, as it derives ' the necessary power for both transmitter and receiver from" a ' small goenratpr. This generator, weighing only 221b-, de- livers 1500 volts to the plates of the transmitting valves, and 12 volts to the filaments of the valves. * ' ' When the receiver is being used it is possible to derive the B ¿battery, supply of 100 volts from the high voltage side of the generator. A novel feature ,of the whole installation is that it can be placed in any part of the aeroplane, for instance, in the tail," and is operated by means of Bowden cables. This feature io of special importance, whero lackftaf space previjnts the installation of the set in the cocltplt., The range of the receiver is in the vicinity of 200 miles for telephony. If telegraphy I...

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ANOTHER BANK FOR CIVIC CENTRE BUILDING TO COMMENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

ANOTHER BANK FOR CIVIC CENTRE BUILDING TO COMMENCE Following shortiy/ upon the com- mencement of building at Civic Centre, by the Çueens'and National Bank, the Jommerc al ( Bank ng Company of Syd- ney has made arrangements for the commencement immediately of its pro- mises Y Acting on behalf of tho bank, Messrs. Oakley and Parkes have accepted the tender of Simmie and Co Propty Ltd, or Melbourne, for the election of a two stoiied structuie on lease number 7, i-vshieh has a ?frontage of 35 feet to Civic | Cènti o The Commerc al Banking Co of Sydney purchated this lea&e on De- cember '12,, 1924, at Hie first sale of leases, and paid on, the basis of £2059j for the lease, the upset value of ,which was £873 * Thisv will represent the first banking building commenced on the first sub- division of Civic Centie

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£7500 CHINESE STATION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

£7500 CHINESE STATION It is reported that a broadcasting sta- tion, costing £7500, is to be erected at Mukden, China. The Chinese Govern-^ ment contemplates charging listeners approximately 2/- a month for the oper- ation of a crystal receiver, and 4/- a' month for a valve set, irrespective of the number of valves used. An Indian broadcasting company is in process of formation. The capital is 15 làkhs of rupees, about £112,000, which is to provide for two powerful stations, one at Bengal and another at Bom- bay. .; % The Roumanian Government lias ap- proved of the formation of a broadcast- ing company on the condition that the State shall own the majority/ of <. the capital, and shall have majority repre-' stnation on the board of directorsi' l\ovi-, manían listeners are eagerly awaiting the formation of the proposed company, as until now they, have had to^ depend on programmes transmitted by stations In other countries. " * ?''-'.

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A NEW CONVERT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

A f^EW CONVERT Mr. G. Bernard Shaw has been "con- verted to wireless. Por a long time tile dramatists would have nothing to do with the new science. Some Unie ago, however, he was persuaded to read ¿¿is play, "O'Flahcrty, V.C.," in front of the microphone, and press' reporters , and others who listened In were lo,ud in their praises of the perfect modulation of tho^ .veteran writer, who was able to'contrast each character'in such a way that there could be no mistake as to which was speaking. ' -

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RADIO NEWS A SET IN EVERY HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

RADIO NEWS A SET ÏN EVERY-HOME Xt is predicted that the time will come, vyhen every home will have its rarlio set, and that Hie range of reception on these sets will be increased enormously. Con- certs from England and America will be received by a central high-power sta% tion, and rcbroadcast for the benefit of tl;e general public." Sufficient power will be used lo enable reception with crystal sets in all parts of the United States. Already a movement ¡s on foot to estab- lish class B .stations in all country cen- tres, and this' will vbe the first step to- wards the realisation of this achieve- ment. *

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