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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

Builders 8¿ Plumbers Supplies Sole Agents..in jNew South Wales for the Manufacturers Rubcioul Co, Ltd, England Roofing, Floonng, etc Klein Co, Ltd, America. Lo"S Llie Cement, Faint, Motal Beavet Co, Ltd, Canada , £rqt?' G,1^ "r " n «,,. r, Original Beavoi ^Vall <£. Tile Boaul Genoial Fue Proofing and ^ expanded Steel Metal Lathing Building Products Cp, America and Steel Shelving. Puces submitted to Specification. Oiders Promptly Executed. ROSENFfejLD & CO., PTY., LIMITED, ' '-2Ö8'^CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. rrei» ¿}M. ¿ii.!i*K¿*tar?anrxanva3mtt77mfaarrr ;g^gjg^-"^Q5 "^QLLM SBIÏTTERS "? \ .Or ALL DESCRIPTIONS ,/FIRE PROOF DOORS AUSTRAL ^ROLLER SHUTTER WORKS, LTD., - \ * 95*'h/VRftiS -ÔTFÎECT, 'ÖYDN EY. 'Phone MW122S* "U _i!_ .-.,?' '.?'????'. , . .. "?..--..? ? . , -> ühölela D7 the Experts ! T$i¿,mgmceúng' jobs, have t#en a feature of recent years arid'coherete has played a 'most important pafci: m.jt'^i-iecbnp^iie^i-.Stnd safe construction of many gigantic enter...

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BROADCASTING RADIO PROGRAMMES WEEKLY FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

BROADCASTING RADIO PROGRAMMES WEEKLY FEATURES The following are the principal Herne of the Broadcasting Stations for the ensuing week: - 2FC (FARMERS'). 442 Metres. Friday, November 12.-Rose Marie, Act 1, S p.m. *"*" Saturday, November 13.-Special Radio Play, 8.40 p.m. Sunday, November 14.-St. Marks C. oí E., 11 a.m., Manly Band, 3.15 p.m., Pitt Street Congregational, 7 p.m., Leichhardt Band, 8.30 p.m. Monday, November 15.-Lyric Male Quartet, S.25 p.m. Tuesday, November 10.-Talk - on Mussolini, 8.30 p.m. Wednesday, November 17.-Greig Re- cital, S p.m. 'Thursday, November l8.-British Music Society Concert, 8 p.m. Friday, November 19.-Konstant, French planist, S.40 p.m. Saturday, November 20.-Opera, "The Chocolate Soldier," 8 p.m. Sunday, No\-embcr 21.-All Saints, Woollahra, 11 a.m., Welsh Concert, 8 p.m. Lyceum Methodist 7 p.m. Manly" Band 8.15 p.m. 2BL (BROADCASTERS), 353 Metres. Friday, November 12.-King-'s Or- chestra, 8.17 p.m. Saturday, November 13.-Marguerita Muzen^arl), dramat...

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AMUSEMENTS Star Pictures [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

AMUSEMENTS' Star Pictures Large audiences greeted the screen !ng of the Metro-Goldwyn classic "Ro mola," at the Star Theatre on Satur- day night last, and the following Mon- day and Tuesday nights. A prologue created -the necessary atmosphere for the great spectacular romance. The quiet intense acting of Lillian Gish jutted the role of Romola, while her ïlstcr Dorothy as the voluble Tessa .vas admirable Outstanding figures of the cast are Ronald Colman and Wlll ,am H. Powell, who plays Tito Melema ixcellently. Others who demand notice are Charles Lane, and Herbert Grim- wood, who bears a striking resem- blance to the likeness that has sur- vived of his character, the monk Sav- onarola. The picture abounds in dra- matic moments-the pirate/ attack on the peaceable merchantman; the mir- acle that could not save Savonarola; the crown of Florence slipping from the greedy fingers of Melema; the ven- geance of his crazed, betrayed foster father-it is Impossible to enumerate them all. The b...

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DRAUGHTS ("By Stroke.") [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

DRAUGHTS (."Bu tflrokc") . Tblh'wöck's problem bv .1. Leo oeenr íreíl "25 years ago in Oro.ss bdanl play, ' "between J.' 'Lee and S! Brown,' both ox «-'cb amp l'on s * of New South 'Wale*. .Tho ' position nas drawn by wee;] Brown, although aYiotcfl player, missed the win. The solution is both inter- ' 'ealing arid Instinctive. The win was demonstrated by J. Loo. 1 By. lilac!« omonstratca by J. Loo. ' ' "H*< HnOBLElta río. ' 1 ' 'By J. Lee.' ' White BJack: 5; Kings on 17 and 22. White: 1», 2ft; Kings oil 10 and 15. , While to play and win. The solution to Problem No. 2 vis rc^ pvinfod below, owing to a transposition when Previously, published. Black: 3', 5, 19; kirtgs 12, 13, ir)"18, 2S ''White C¡ S/.lfl, 11, 14, 21, 2t>, 27; King pll 2 > .ii, -, s |i .ii " WhUOi'to^play, and win, " . íd-9^, 1.9*20 ,f 27-23 15-6 1S-22 , 5-14 ¡" ,2-7a i lS,-27 ., 3-1S 12-3 .'6-23 2S-1!) i «r2 3,-10 22-C iiV i'-i.f» j W^itc jwlns. i^< s * A-^11-7 álbO\wtnstb,y> i, t, ,1,2...

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MOOREFIELD RACES Final Acceptances [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

MOOREFIELD RACES Final Acceptances Final acceptances tell due to-day for, the .Moorfield Racing Club's pro- gramme on Saturday, and the fol- lowing horses were then left in the teven la: THfE KOGARAH STAKES AHandicap) 14m. st lb Frampton . Kurrlanna . Fondant .. Stormy Zinola _ Mytillni ... Martel .... Jáuogla _ Speedy Octember . Nan Kcmr gan .... Nunglnnia Cool Chap Lascelles Right Estate Nlggler (Imp.) 9 Í S Ki S fi S 5 8 S 7 12 7 10 7 Ï0 7 7 7 7 6 12 6 12 L'une d'Or Bro*rn Plunïe Golden, Wedge Bonnie Dlghton Misty Lad Surat Hammer less Portvell Valeur Viv© . 6 Flying Dreams . 6 Obey . C Drake . _ 6 fîriVbclia .. 6 st Ib n ii THE FLYING HANDICAP.-6f. TraliHator Woodville . Blulos (inYp )' Janitor ... Rconiil _ Groven,e Persuasion Mooch Along .. " Factor _ .Slaosl (N.Z.) Coolahville Orient Prin- ces« . Fortsilk Royal At- tendant . Pugnacious 7 10 7 10 St. Eaton ., -Chrystal , maus _ English Gag ,... Waitakl .. Chateau Tanunda Tremolite . Clumsy ... Trafford (imp.) .. Quince ... Dab...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

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BAD FRUIT SEASON [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

BAD FRUIT SEASON The fruit season in the Southern districts of New South Wales will be one of the worst on record according to reports of fruit Inspectors. Mr. S. A. Thornell, fruit inspector In the Young district attributes the crop failure to thrip. Cape weed, he says, has flow- ered in abundance in most places and thrip were to be seen on these flow- ers in vast numbers, and apparent- ly had migrated from the weed to the fruit blossoms. The cherry crop, the fruit of which from the early varieties ,was market- ed last week, is very light. The same is applicable to plums, nectarines, and peaches. Apricots, on the other hand, show for a heavy crop. Pears and   apples are light. In some of the or- chards apples are almost a total fail- ure; only Rome Beauty, Statesman, and Cleopartra show any fruit. Granny Smith and Johnathan are a complete failure, likewise Dunns and Delicious.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

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LATEST FASHIONS Pleats are Very Popular GLIMPSE AT JUVENILE STYLES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

LATEST FASHIONS Pisáis arc Very Popular GLIMPSE AT JUVENILE STYLES Pleats pay such -' an Important part in'fashions o£ to-day that no frock, skirt, or long- coat is considered quite up to 'date' Wat does not show thom in one form "or another.'' ? '' ? " >? On frocks of georgette, morocaln, and other thai1 fabrics,1 the groups of minute pleats,-almost like pm tucks,'that form stripiia fibm nock to hem, ai e vi»i j t'us eiiial.iii? and tmy< asHhey art; .so oevcrly m:\tiii and pressed that they rota.n their cleals indefinitely. . " . Un one pretty fiock or mu.shroora of a yoke. Sometime.» the pleats start from a sla"h at tin: armhole and the ma tyi'inl abovu v%4ia ptaui witji 'tho t-it'ept ot a j oke. Cometimos, the pelats start jach side the front of neck and ter- minate in slit pockota bilow the waist iU.sli.ad of being continued to tho foot. ' The newest arrangements ol' pleats In frocks is to cut' the bkirt up from hem to knee and ¡»et m'a well wrapped m «.crted pleat...

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MUSIC EXAMINATIONS Sydney College of Music [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

MUSIC EXAMINATIONS Sydney College oi Music An «.{.'«minâtIon under the auspices of the Sydney College of Muslo w;ts hcM at Miss G. A. Paul's 'studio, East- lake, It.st week, by Mi. H Gurdon La\ oi's, anii tho lollowm"' were the u-Miltj PIANOFORTE. . ' ' Ailvaficcd Ci ade Lowe«-: Osborl .Southwell 'li. Intermediate ,' Grade Higher: Rosie lliint SO, Inlet mediato Grade, Lower: 'lila Southwell 70, Mac Robliíns G5, .Junior Grade, Higher-. Mary Scott 72. Junior Grade, Lower: Jean Lea 82, royce Shelton 7S,- Kathleen Hoscldcn 7G, Kathleen Field GG. Initiation Grade, .Higher: Lois Eg g-leston 106, Florence Noble 81. Initiatory Grade, Lower: Iris Tay- lor 70. ' ' , Initiatory Grade, 'Primary: Jessie Hay SI," Joyce Hawke 7G." VIOLIN. Junior Lower: Desmond Sheen S3. Initiatory Primary: Keith Sheehan 70. '.'' " * All the above are pupils 'of Miss G. A. Paul. . r '

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CHARGE THAT FAILED POUND NOTE IN DISPUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

CHARGE THAT FAILED POUND NOTE IN DISPUTE i , . t A case of more than ordinary dis trlct interest was before the Quean-< beyan Police Court on Friday last, when It was alleged that Andi ew Cun- ningham, manager ot Lanyon Station, on Thursday, November 4, did steal the sum of £1, the property of Lambert B Powell, builder and contractor, of Queanbeyan" The defendant^ pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr W T Tucker Sergeant Hargrave stated that about 3 p.m. on November'i,'Powell carno to him, and pointing * tb the^ defe'ndanf,. said, "T)iis""man robbed me of a'pound." Cunnlhgham"dcnied"the charg'ö" Pow-"" oil, added, "O'Bndn saw you 'take' It." Prosecutor vthen gave defendunt^ In ohalge. He know Cunningham,' who was manager of Lanyon Station, He was the worse'for di ink,1 but he was sufficiently' sober tovknow what lie waa doing. Ho had led his horse into the bar and tied it up there. _ Mr. Fitzgib- bon- took a" £i note but^ofr' his 'poqkot and gaVc it to'PowáhV He said...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

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GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

GOULBURN About 40 friends tendered a surprise party to Miss May Waugh, daughter of Sergeant Waugh, of Goulburn last week, in view of her approaching mar- riage to Mr. Cecil Evans. * * * Mrs. J. B. Armstrong entertained a large number of young folk at the "Blue Wren," Goulburn, to celebrate   the coming of age of her youngest   daughter, Molly. Miss Cherrie Love, of the staff of the   Presbyterian Ladies' College, Goulburn, was farewelled by the staff and board- ers prior to her departure for Sydney last week. Miss Love, well known in Goulburn musical circles, is shortly to be married to Mr. John Nankervis, of Nundle. * * * Despite bitter winds. Ambulance Day   in Goulburn last Friday proved most   successful and thanks to the ladies, diggers and sports, the committee has   collected a very substantial cheque. * * *   On Thursday night last the first   Goulburn Troop of Boy Scouts ...

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CURATIVE MINERAL SPRINC[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

CURATIVE MINERAL SPRINCï Hot mineralised springs, with a tem- pérature up to 144 dog. Pahr., havo been discovered at Parallana, in thu North Flinders Ranges (South Austra- lia). These waters are reputed to poa« sess valuable curative powers, and It has been claimed that cases» of rheu- matism/have been cured through suf» ferers drinking the waters and bathing .n th# pools. This area is of a volcanic nature, which accounts for its ther- mal character. A section of Parallana cas been leased from the South Aus- tralian Government by the Mount Painter Exploration and Radium Co., and this company is expending £500 in testing the actual value «of the water »rom a medicinal standpoint, and for this purpose a number of sufferers are undergoing treatment at the company's sxpense. The locality possesses an . deal climate, also gorgeouà mountain bcenery, while kangaroos, wild camels» xnd donkeys, emus and other bird and ¿nlmal life, provide attraction. To .each Parallana it is necessary to tra...

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CRICKET ASSOCIATION MEETS POOR ATTENDANCE "It is deplorable to think that only half the clubs are representad at this meeting. A good deal o[?] criticism is levelled at the Association, but it comes from bodies which are not represented here this evening." [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

CRICKET ASSOCIATION MEETS POQR ATTENDANCE "It is deplorable to think that only half the clubs are representad at this meeting. A good deal OT criticism is levelled at the Associa tion, but it cornea from bodies which "are not represented here this evening." Thçse remarks were made by Mr. P. F. Douglas, President of the Federal Territory Cricket Association in open- ing a meeting of that body . at the Timçs Building, Ainslie, on Monday evening, at which only eight clubs were represented, including- four A Grade bodies. The lollowlng clubs were not repre- sented: Ainslie, Ainslie United,'Cadets, Duntroon, Canberra, Capitol Hill, Hall and Westake. M. W. McDonald (Northbourne) moved that the Secretary be instructed to write to the clubs who were not its presented asking why their delegates were not present and had sent no ex- planation. Mr. S. Hincksman (Queanbeyan) m seconding said that the clubs be re- quested to appoint a delegate who would attend. The motion was carried unanimously....

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Geraldine Farrar— Pianist. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

Geraldine Farrar Pianist. Four years ago Geraldine Farrar ippeared tor tlie last time as an ipera singer at the Metropolitan )pera House in New York. She sang n "Zuza." It was ^-Saturday after l0on-April 22nd, 1922. On that oc- asión this gifted artist received an ,vation, such as has never been ac ordetl any other prima donna in the ¡story of that famous opera house. ;heie was an outburst of popular en inisiasm, which demonstrated unmis ikably the high place she has won i the hearts ot the people. Many thousands throughout the .orld know Geraldine Farrar as a rand Opera Pi ima Donna-one ol .le superb and faultless voices of our 'Hie. Many more thousands have jved her as a supreme actress on ¡íe legitimate stage. Millions have een thrilled by her wonderful work s a screen actress. But how many now that she plays the piano as eautifully as she sings? Her play ng ol' songs, and of the 'thematic reatment of scenes from the operas i which she achieved fanie, are a, eries of masterly cam...

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MELBOURNE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

MELBOURNE MATCHES. The most promising junior cricketer 'seen in, Melbourne for years is ¿A. King, 'a University student, now playing foi 'tho University XL To date he has com- piled three centuries. 'Last -Saturday he scored 105 against.. Fitzroy, vplaying 'the interstate bowlers' Liddicutt and Lands- down with confidence. King was a pro- lific scorer in ptiblic'Schbo'ls' 'cricket two Reasons ago. T. he grade matcbes result- ed:-University (0-2GC) v. " Fitzroy; Hawthorne-East Melbourne (91) v. IDs sendon (5-9"7); Richmond (180) v. North ïdelbourne (2-52);, St. ÏOlda (2S0)1 v. Prahran; Carlton (152) v. Northcote (2 45). The grounds wore generally affec- ted by rain, which accounted for low scoring and prevented the Melbourne v. South, Melbourne'match from being, commenced. .

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

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WOOL STOCKS RELATION TO PRICES Raw Material Dominant [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 11 November 1926

WOOL STOCKS RELATION TO PRICES Raw Material Dominant The wool market has been well tested of late. Tlie season opened with all. buy-.. Ts anxious to replenish stocks, oven at /aluch .showing a rise of 5 per cent, over July figures, and that advance extentfed as the upward trend gained aacceptahce abroad. But early eagerness to secure supplies has waned, and for all but the« best classes of fine wool rates arc now on the level at which the preceding sea- son closed. If, as many overseas' authorities con- tended, the spurt in prices' at initial sales was due to the urgent need of re- placing depleted stocks, the circum- stance is -undoubtedly -a .good advertise- ment for the sound statistical -position of the raw material. With the world's mill mon, proceeding from season to sea- son- in hand to mouth fashion ¥or sup- plies, the staple certainly appooirs to be soundly situated. . . ? The prospect of idle' machinery's, if possiible, averted at, all times in, the manufacturing world. 'O...

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