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"100 UP"—NOT YET! [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

"100 UP"-NOT YET! The men in the White City Camp, Canberra, wish lo indulge in a quiet game of billiards In their leisure morn-, enls. Al the Queanbeyan Police Cmirt on Thursday last, Robert G, Jones, applied for a license to keep billiard tablés at the Wilke City Camp, oh a site approved by the Federal, Capital Commission. Ile submitted the names of six persons in the Queanbeyan Lic- ensing District who certified to his fit- ness to hold a billiard license.' Herbert R. Waterman,' asplstant secretary to Federal Capital Commis- sion, stated" that the origihab applica- tion was made verbally 'to'-linn and afterwards convoyed to the Chief Com- missioner. There" Was no place where a billiard saloon could be erected with- out the Commission's fcdnscnt. . No ordinance was^ operative In tlip. Terri- tory, but was'in process of prepara- tion and piovlded for" licensing by the Commission based _ largely on N.S. .Wales legislation. ' The Commission hail no objections to granting the lic- ence...

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

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

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

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Geraldine Farrar— Pianist. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

Geraldine Farrar Piamot. Four years ago Geraldine Farrar ippearod 'tor the last-"time as an .pera singer' at tho Ai6tropolit.ni Jpera House in New York. She sang n "Zazä.'* It was a Saturday after «oon-rApril 22nd, 1922. On that oc .asión this gilted artist received an A-atlon, such as has lie-ver been^ac oided,nny other prima'donna inítlie isiory of that famous opera house. There was an outburst of popular en husiasm, which'demonstrated unmis . ilcably the high place shof has won * i the hearts of the people, u' Aiany .thousands throughout,, the /orld know Geraldine Farrar as a rand. Opera Pi ima Donna-one of he superb and faultless voices of* our ¡pie. Many more thousands .haye Dved her ras a supreme aptress. on he legitimate stage. ¡Millions have een thrilled by her wonderful-work s a screen actress. But ho\v many mow that she plays the .piano ass eautifully-.as she sings? Her.play ig of % songs, and of the thematic reatment of scenes from the oicas. i which she achieved lanle, a...

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FEDERAL TERRITORY CRICKET THIRD ROUND BEGINS. Slow Scoring —Good Batting. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

FEDERAL TERRITORY CRICKET THIRD ROUND BEGINS. Slow Scoring --Good Batting. The third round of^tlio' competition opened last, Satutrday,'when the scor- ing in mos't'matches was slow. -»Bowlers secured good averages,., Fortin (Can- berra) doing best on the day with eight wickets for 38 runs. " ' . . . Queanbeyan and Northbourne are in strong positions'in the 'A Grade, arid ii. ¡s expected that they will retain their lead in the point score. In the B Grade, Eastlake has a lead of only ten over South Ainslie on the first innings'of the match. The results of the Ainslie South-Eastlake match' have not como to hand. Two teams forfeited their matches, they being Westridge in the A Grade and Ainslie United in the B Grade. The following are the resutls in brief of last Saturday's matches: , A GRADE-1st Division. Hall (7/13S) x. Ainslie United (79). Cadets (57) v. Northbourne (5/11$). Duntioon v. Ainslie (results not to hand). ' A GRADE-2nd Division. > Capitol Hill (61 and 4/19) v. Canberra...

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CLEAN WATER JACKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

CLEAN WATER JACKETS When a' motor car has- bsèn-in1 use tor à number of years, a thick fur forms on the, inside of the water jack- ets', and in. the radiator tubes. :(Thia deposit, decreases. the efficiency of "the cooling system. '-.considerably, pausing overheating-, and, in consequence, very unsatisfactory running. Only by ch.cmi :al . action: can this fur be removed. First of-all, drain the radiator and jackets,' also the pump if one is fiited. Next dissolve half a pound of sal-soda In five gallons of water and pour,the solution into the' radiator, using 'some form',of strainer.. Tlicn. start, up the engine andi'run for a .while, after which the. system should be again emptied. The. radiator and jackets will now bo clean and r.pady for'use in'the ordinary" way^j: Ingall'probability--the action of the chemicals will have, destroyed, tho rubber hose connections and new 'one? should-be fitted. Do not allow tJtie solu- tion to touch any "part" of the enamel or'woodwork, as it will T...

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WHITE AUSTRALIA IN NORTHERN TERRITORY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

WHITE AUSTRALIA IN NORTHERN TERRITORY The establishment of a White Australian population in the North- ern Terlrtory, is now in progress, according to Mr. T. McCrorey and the Rev. Prickett, JAVO explorers, who motored through Canberra recently from Darwin, en route to their home town of Trafalgar, Victoria. They were   convinced that the Northern Territory contained a big scope of good black-soil country Inadequately watered, there being but a few bores at long distances apart, and that this country was prac- tically uninhabited. Darwin was a town whose population was composed of a great mixture of races, among whom the Chinese and dark-skinned people greatly predominated.  

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Naval Air Radio Station [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

Naval Air Radio Station A regular system for broadcasting wea- ther reports'' to air- craft in tlie air and* for tho exchange of weather information between the various naval - air stations along the ? eastern coast has been- In- augurated by tho U.S: Navy.

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News from Overseas. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

News from Overseas. \ new" high power- ed broadcasting sta- tion at Mótala, In Sweden, has been rected, and the' Swe- dish Broadcasting' Co. is plnnning great ex- tensions of their acti- vities-for the coming year. The old Hllver sum station in HoU land is rapidly being brought up to date, and an early Increase of the in-put power at 20 kilowatts is an- nounced. This sta- tion is one of the most interesting in the world. It was the first "Continental station to begin broadcasting. Much speculation la being made by Eng- lish radio enthusiasts as to the policy of the British Broadcasting Company when it is taken over on Janu- ary 1, 1927, by the P.M.G.'s . Department. Listeners are appre hensiYO that the Chancellor of the Ex- chequer will lay a Rrasplng hand on the surplus funds from the b r o a d c a sting licences, and that this will mean an early in- crease in the license fee.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

PERSONAL The Acting Prime Minister (Dr. Earle Page), will leave Melbourne on Friday by aeroplane for Broken Hill, landing at Mildura on the way. After spending a few days at Broken Hill, he will return by air to Mildura on Tuesday, and will continue his flight by way of Deniliquin and Cootamun- dra on Wednesday, to Sydney, arriving there on Thursday next. He will re- turn to Melbourne on Saturday of next week. The Minister for Customs (Mr. Prat- ten), who has been in Sydney for seve- ral days handling departmental busi- ness, left for Canberra to-day. Mr. Pratten will motor to the Federal Capi- tal, and will proceed later to Mel- bourne. Col. J. Sclater, Australian represen- tative of the Canadian National Rail- ways, has been spending a few days In Canberra. Mr. G. Fitzpatrick, secretary of the Federal Capital League, was a visitor to Canberra last week end. Dr. Stoker, formerly medical officer at the Royal Military College, Dun- troon, returned from Sydney to Dun-   t...

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Topics of the Times A WELCOME INVASION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

Topics of the Times A WELCOME INVASION The last few months have witneessed a peaceful penetration of Canberra on the part of a large number of people who are very welcome. Their invasion has been increasing in force and vol- ume, and to-day it is becoming more and more evident in every phase of city development. The forces which are re- sponsible for the invasion hail from Mel- bourne, and for that reason they are all the more welcome. Previously the bulk of people interested in Canberra, apart from Government employees, were largely residents of New South Wales, either from Sydney or from the towns and settlements of the Southern districts of the State. Latterly, however, Mel- bourne people have been taking an in- terest in Canberra, pleasureable to re- cord. Perhaps the impressions which   they had been given of this place had been unfavourable, and actual inspec- tion therefore portrayed all the more vividly what might have been said in Canberra's favour, but every v...

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

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

/î^SSX, A Capital Sale of Wool assuicd it the advice on the bale to the left is accepted. Winchcombe, Gai son have been in business as selling biokeis for 37sveais. I3\.pci ienced, capable, and aleit, their work is just as en- thusiastically caí lied out to-day as when thi'V weie fighting to gain their laurels in the Sydney wool tia.dc ' i They do not post as mliaclc workers in Hie business That altitude would be foolish. Uni they do pi ide themselves upon tho good su vico they piovtfdc foi clients und the top mai kel ' i etui ns which icsult fiom those (ftoits WUte. Winchcombe Carspn Ltd. Winchcombe House, Bridge St., Sydney. W. E. Oldfield & Son Stock & Station Agents, and Valuators, MONARO STREET :: :: QUEANBEYAN. Expert Personal Service and Top Prices for Stock, Land and Town Properties. Before purchasing, see our lists of Station and Farm Properties in all districts in N.S.W. We have buyers for all classes of Fat and Store Stock; also Grazing Propositions. Estab...

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THE WOOL MARKET Bradford's Influence [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

THE WOOL MARKET Bradford's Influence If . the depressing news from the United Kingdom was aftecting the maiv kot, wool sales would not bo proceeding as tlioy have of late. The level of values in Sydney lia» been above tho parity of the Yorkfhlro top market. It is imposs.blo to buy the raw materia* m Sydney and produce a good 61's*top, at 46d., ' the recently quoted Bradford figure. ! i Fortunately, however, while the Eng- lish trade is, reported dull, Winchcombe,. Carson, lAd., report, news from else- where is much more satisfactory. The Continental sections are ea£M' for tho finer classes of merinos and comebacks and the bulk of the catalogues aro chang- ing hands, readily at full late figures While, therefore, the importance of Brit- ish Isles wool consumption cannot be. ignored, the fact cannot be overlooked that last year the''Continent took 60.per cent, of the New South Wales and Queensland clip, while Yorkshire only accounted for 20 per cent. The balance was absorbed by Japan,...

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

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AN INDUSTRY IN THE MAKING The Manufacture of Paper In Australia AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIES No. 1 The establishment of the newsprint paper manufacturing industry in Australia is being 'developed in Tasmania under the direction of Dr. D. Avery, M.S., of Melbourne. In a lecture given in Melbourne recently, Mr. Avery explaned the basis of the undertaking which promises to make Australia self-supporting in newsprint paper supplies. Mr. Avery, during: the course of an address said: [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

AN INDUSTRY IN THE MAKING The Manufacture of Paper In Australia AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIES No. 1 The establishment of the newsprint paper manufacturing industry in Australia is being 'developed in Tas- mania under the direction of Dr. D. Avery, M.S., of Melbourne. In a lecture given in Melbourne re- cently, Mr. Avery ex planed the basis of the undertaking which promises to make Australia self-supporting in ncivsprint paper supplies. Mr. Avery, during: the course of an address said: PAPER is essentially a felted mat of interlacing; fibres, and . in the manufacture of paper the fibres, which are naturally cemented tog-ether in vegetable growth, were first separated from each other, floated in water /to allow them freely to intermingle and interlace as they settled; the water was withdrawn, and the mat so obtained pressed and dried to convert into paper. 'In the chemical and mechanical pro- cesses for making paper a plentiful supply of wood, abundant water and cheap transport were necessary...

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

Footlight Flashes. "Rose Marie," the record breaking comic opera, is in its fifth month In Sydney. Annette Kellcrman is touring the English provinces with her aquatic act, She was at Leicester when the mall loft. Mr. Allan Wilkie has been attending , Shakespearean productions at " Sr. ax ford-on-Avon in search of new ideas, He will probably return to Australia at the end of the year. , Pauline Frederick, screen and^ stage star, who .' was/ in 'Australia with "Spring'Cleaning," is touring America/ in "Lucky Sam McCarver," Her lead ing'mon is Joihn Cromwell, who play- ed the title role on Broadway. r - , Mr. Martin Walker, who was in Aus- tralia as juvenile, load of the English Comedy Company, headed by Irene Vanbrugh and Dion Bouciqault, Is in South Africa, playing In "The Last 01 Mrs. Chcyney." Miss Vera Pearce, the Australian girl who has appeared in the long London run of "No, No, Nanette," has been engaged for tie production which will follow that successful play.. Mr. Charles He...

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EASTLAKE CENTRE ADDITIONAL BUILDINGS PROGRAMME OF 40 SHOPS Arrangements which have been completed for the early commencement of building will sec the development of all the leases still vacant in the Eastlake shopping area. Tenders have been accepted for the construction of buildings on all save two of the leases and the lessees of the latter blocks are having plans prepared. With the completion of the shops at present contemplated in the Eastlake Centre, the number of shops, of which there are 23 completed at present, will be increased to 40. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

EASTLAKE CENTRE ADDITIONAL BUILDINGS PROGRAMME OF 40 SHOPS Arrangements which have been completed for the early commencement of building will see the develop- ment of all the leases still vacant in the Eastlake   shopping area.   Tenders have been accepted for the construction       of buildings on all save two of the leases and the lessees   of the latter blocks are having plans prepared. With the completion of the shops at present contemplated in the Eastlake Centre, the number of shops, of which there are 23 completed at present, will be increased to 40. Busy as Eastlake shopping centre is becoming as the increase in population is taking place, and as more and more   residents of Canberra are realising the service of local traders, the centre will at least double its present activity dur-   ing the next six months.     At the present time, there are 23...

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GIBRALTOR TUNNEL. SPAIN REVIVES PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 4 November 1926

GIBRALTOR TUNNEL. SPAIN REVIVES PLAN. Considerable interest has been aroused in French engineering circles by the Spanish Government's revived proposal, reported by the "Paris Midi," for the construction beneath the straits of Gib-     raltar, of a railway tunnel connecting Spain with Africa.   The proposal was mooted in 1918, when plans were examined by the Madrid Government, but no action was then taken, owing to the uncertainty of the Moroccan situation. General Primo de Rivera's claim to the   Tangier international zone of Morocco and the Spanish hopes that that Moroc- can port may become an integral part of Spanish territory, have led to a re-   newed examination of the scheme. The projected tunnel would be nearly 18 miles long. Its construction, the     Spaniards claim would serve not only their own interests, but also those of Great Britain and France, by making it possible for through ...

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