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SYDNEY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

SYDNEY NOTES (By î'-no.) e s Dame, Fashion is really in a most generous möod.-'=She is ndvocating all manner .oí unexpected Innovations. In fact* at moments one is le\l tot wonder ?whether' It will' not soon be possible to i wear almost anything one likes. And as' to the way materials aro mingled and used .together, there is really ' no end/ .Tiley are used so cleverly,and artistically too, 'that there is never a suggestion that they were originally .iei-dps and ends, remnants and renova- tions. ; ' ' , * * - * ?.Evening'bodiccs of a different colour and fabric have been quietly creeping into »favour/for some time now, and it is certainly very useful to be able to do up a'flimsy dance frock ot georgette, chiffon lace, or' tulle with a fresh bodice of -satin or velvet; and then with the same frock as last year, you can ' still he - in the forefront of fashion. * * * The fact that all evening bodices are now slim fitting and decidedly higher waisted, unquestionably enhances the value ...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

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

For PASTURES LUCERNE WHEAT SHIRLEYS FERTILIZERS Mads in Australia to Suit Australian Conditions. Write NOW for Spcc'al Booklets, Tost Free. s AUSTRALIAN FERTILISERS, , - ! PTY, LTD. 19 BUCH ST. SYDNEY.

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RAIL SMASH BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

RAIL SMASH BRISBANE, Wednesday. The mail train from Rockhampton collided with a stationery goods train at Palmwoods at 4 a.m. to-day. It is understood that there were no fatalities though scenes of terror reigned among the passengers, who were hurled about in confusion. ,The engine of the goods train was derailed. The goods train is said to have leapt over the points.

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AEROPLANE BREAK'S COW'S LEG COLLISION ON LANDING GEELONG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

AEROPLANE BREAK'S COW'S LEG COLLISION ON LANDING GKKLONG, Thursday. An aeroplane struck a cow when landing on Belmont Common at Gee- long. The cow's leg was broken, and the undercarriage of the 'plane was damaged. One of the tyres on the un- dercarriage was blown out, and the propeller blade was damaged. The pilot was not hurl.

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CRICKET QUEANBEYAN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

CRICKET QUEANBEYAN CLUB The Queanbeyan Cricket Club met last night, and arranged the fixtures'for tills season. The President (Mr. A. E. Moore), and the secretary (Mr. Sid Hincksman), are' sanguine that this season will bo the mosf successful in the-history of tho (Club' \ ' , i

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TRAIN WRECKERS INTENDED ROBBERY STARTLING CONFESSION Berlin September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

TRAIN WRECKERS INTENDED ROBBERY STARTLING CONFESSION Berlin September 7. Two men have confessed to having wrecked the express near Lehrte on August l8, when 20 people were kill- ed and five seriously injured. The ac- cused state that they perpetrated the crime with the Intention of robbing the passengers. Being without money and In great distress they became des- perate.

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QUEANBEYAN SCHOOL OF ARTS Building to be Sold [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

QUEANBEYAN SCHOOL OF ARTS Building to be Sold It has been decided to.sell the present School ol' Arts in. Monaro Street, Queanbeyan, and erect a more 'modern building in Crawford Street. For some time it has been felt that 1 the School of Arts* was out of daté, and unsuitable for the present require- | monts of the town. At a general ,'nieet ,ng of members, on Tuesday night, a I resolution embodying this proposal, swas | carried unanimously. The Minister for Education (N.S.W.), is to be appi'oach- | ed for his consent to this project.

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Protest from Queanbeyan "Statements Unwarranted" [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

Protest from Queanbeyan 'Statements Unwarranted" The Queanbeyan Council, at its | last meeting, decided to protest through their Federal Member (air. J. A. Perk- ins), against the. remarks of Senator Elliott to the effect that "shanties" were being erected in Queanbeyan. In 'this regard it must be stated that the assertion is unwarranted. The Quean- beyan, Council had not "stood idle in the market place," and has made stren 'uous efforts to make Queanbeyan a modern town. When one remembers the town, of fifteen years ago, when one groped . his way one dark night from_ the railway station, to the friend- ly lamp outside an hotel, he Is amazed at its progress and prosperity.

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SEN. ELLIOTT Believes In Canberra EXAMPLE TO VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

SEN. ELLIOTT Believes In Canberra EXAMPLE TO VICTORIA Signs that people with an Austiahan outlook^are beginning to recognise" the due impoi lance of Canberra arc not want'ng even among many of the most adveisc clitics of the new Federal Capital City in p u liament itself It is of pailisulai satisfaction to lind that a gentleman who has lender Brig. General n. £. ELLIOTT ed eminent services in so many ways to the Common WOP lth as Brigadier General H. E. Elliott, one of the Vic- torian representatives in the Sonrfte, has followed ,the lead of Mr. William Morris Hughes, who was the first momber of^tfte Federal Parliament to show practically his^falth in Canberra to the extent of purchasing a lease in the Federal * Capital CitJ area. Senator. Elliott visited* Canberra in July and as a result o"¿.~ his ; inspection .of the city purchased ^four leases in Civic Centre. ' The leases' were, of sites sold in the first subdivision in Decem- ber, 1924, on, which'buildings have to be commenced ...

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

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BUILDING FUND QUEANBEYAN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

BUILDING FUND QUEANBEYAN HOSPITAL Judging form the personnal of the .«Irons: committee formed to' organise lhe procession on Eight Hourn' Day (October I) In connection wth the car- nival to augment the Hospital Uulld mg fund, Its success is assured. The following were recently elected In this connection: Messrs W. G. Woodger, II. Calthorpe, J. Morgan, II. G. Coleman, H. Harbor, G. Morton, and A. V. Abrahams. Mesdames C. T. Campbell and Joseph Hitiksman have charge of the jumble stall, and were arranging with Mr. F. II. Roland, of the Star Pictures, to give a benefit night on September 13. Arrangements are also to'be made, if possible, with Mr. Ridley, Headmaster of the Public School, and the Sst era of the Convent School, lor school displays.

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OVER THE BORDER Queanbeyan Council's Find [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

OVER THE BORDER Queanbeyan Council's Find It has bPPii discovered, since the first application ol' the Vacuum Oil Company to the Queanbeyan Council, for permis- sion to ereci a tank and wo^gon filling stand, etc., outside the Queanbeyan Railway Station, that the locality was not In the municipality, bul in Federal Capital Territoy, and therefore out of its jurisdiction. The Council has in- formed the Vacuum Oil, Pty., accord- ingly.

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CORELLI MEMORIAL AN ANGEL IN MARBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

CORELLI MÉMORIAL AN ANGEL IN MARBLE Over the grave of Miss Marie Corelll In Stratförd,-on-Avon Cemetery has been erected a memorial in Carrara marble, representing ah angel. In the left hand Is a Madonna lily, Miss cor elll's favourite flower.- On the pedestal name and /lates aro ehcircled In a | wreath of laurel, while there Is a stanza | from Miss Corelll's verse:- < <» Teach me, O God, the tray to heights supernal. Show me hoto best to win the life eternal; From all rain worldly trammels set 6 we free » And lift me ever nearer unto Thee. Thu monument has been erected by Miss Bertha Vy^er, the late novelist's lifelong friend.

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THEY SAY IN PARIS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

THEY SAY IN PARIS that if %ou weai the IIPW laige single pe irl eai lings -sou. should fast- en them on as clo c to the cheek as pos ihle othei w ise they mav give an un- becoming \ nip effect to the face That with these e ii lings j ou should weai in IOUI hat one 01 lio sboiL hat lins with heads made of one large j cail thiusl in elo<e to"i.thei That ci \st ii headed hatpins aie even newei than peail ones un] aie all the nbi just now 'lhej look paiticulaih light when the Initions on j oui coat 01 t},ock aie made with glass 01 ciy st ii as is often the ca e at the moirtent I hat the tin\ almost eailj Victoi an sunshades which aie being made to ii i\ with summer flocks aie trimmed with little ilhhoti flounces and have ont, silk tissils hinging liom the bandle ? That tinsel i hhons and bows aie not onl\ woin in the evening but appear on *,crj mun afternoon liocks and that metal kid belts in gold oí sil \ei ne seen on morning ones ? That most women find silk stockings too ft...

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DAME FASHION Her Latest Whims. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

DAME FASHION Her Latest Whims.' An English fashion writer sams up Parpe Fashion thus:-A pinker tinge lo your stockings; a softened draped look to your hat; a slight nip-in to your coat at the waist; a combination of the masculine and feminine wherever possible, such as boyish collars and cuffs with chiffon and ' laced frills; something very decorative in overling ahóes, be just a little cxlnivngent here and a. little lavish and bizarre as to your, ornaments, jewels and trinkets. Pin your faith 'to jumper suits, but don't' go down all one colour as we did last year. A two-colour scheme Is smarter n\>\v, with everything striking a fair balance between the two. In Paris they are effecting the little shoulder scarf of fichu inspiration. It matches the dress in most cases, but oc ?nslonaUy one sees it materialised in gold or .silver tissue, and always adorn- ed with tho Ubiquitous fringe. This little fischu shawl Is draped across the shoulders, and is held in position in the centre fr...

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NEW SCENT CONTAINER [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

NEW SCENT CONTAINER One of Hie newest dressing table ornaments, apparently fi oin Parin, is a very real-looking orange. This divides Into equal halves, the lower half cpn tutiling eight quarters. Each quarter is a blass bottle, shaped like Hie section of an orange,, and it contains scent. The little stopper of each section Is unseen, because it stands on the inside of" tho lower half of the fruit. Qne little bottle may bo carried In the hand- bag. The whole thing Is quite a con- venient size, to be packed If scent must be part of i one's travelllngsklt. Pre- sently, doubtelHH. there will he other "fruits" of sultnblf H\rp introduced to vary the lura.' That all tones of yelioiv are still favoured there is no denying.

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

try int mvtr\i mi mi mtrfu lA't rTft TTTI tTTixQi The Mystery of Music AND THE SPREAD OP MUSICAL | APPRECIATION. No one has ever ' explained ade- quately the remarkable effect of music on our emotions, its power to calm us and sweeten our lives, or to elevate us to the moblest emotions. There can bo no doubt that the discoverey of the effects of tone and harmony on the human mind marked an immense step forward in the rise of humanity from its savage beginnings-but why that effect should be'produced remains a mystery, in spite of all the advances that psychology %has made in recent years. As ever the soul of man eludes our understanding and its subtle íesponses to the delicate suggestions of music remain to confound the philosophers. " A piece of music ,that delights us, too, presents another problem to the thinker. The more we hear it, the more we desire to hear it. We cannot read a story more than a' few tinier, at most. Even a .poem loses its appeal if it becomes too familiar. And...

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The Chelmsford. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

The Chelmsford. The -weights lor tile Chelmsford Plaki are as follows: - CHELMSFORD STAKES (W.f.a. with peiialtici/ and allowances) 1 mile and 1 furlong. 'St II). st. lb. aAVindbag . 9 11 aLady liliantheon . 9 11 Constance 7 11 aArendal .. 9 8 ?Cimon .i .. 7 9 aFujisan . . . 9 . 8 Seaplane .. 7 9 nThe Hawk 9 S King'Val .. 7 9 aRapine.. . ¡ 9 8 Cromwell .. 7 9 Valnmita .. 9 I Royal Tea . 7 G «Valicare .. 9 2 bValasian. .. 7 o aRampion .. S 2 »Farmer .. 6 13 abimericlc .. 7 13 a. including 71b. extra, b. allowed 71b. . This weight for age'1(race lias been i ciponsilYle for some greet racing in the past,, andj next ' Saturday should not pi ové any exception. - Last year, Wind- bag won the event, und in 1921, victory .went lo Heroic, who, on that memorable "occasion, downed the great Nejv /ioalr c'lid horse,. Gloaming. Another prob- able starten on Saturday, Rapine, won tho Cbelmsford Stakes in 1323, when, David and Wish Wynne filled, the minor ,pluces\ The 1922 raro i waa uu opie laven...

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

THE TURF , The, first acceptances foil due on Monday afternoon for a number of im- portant spring events, both in Sydney and ,(Melbourne, comprising the clas i.slc turP, contents of the sprints. The Sydney events to lie run ,undcr the auspices of the Australian Jockey Úlub Include the Epsom, HUmlicup, the Metro- politan, A J'.C, Derby, Breeders' Plate, Gimcrack Stakes, and Rosehill- Guineas: The Victorian ovents iucludo the Mel- bourne Cup, Caulfield Cup, Cantala Stakes, ¿md Tooiak Handicap. . On Monday afternoon. Hie following horses remained for the big events: Victorian Racing Club. CANTALA STAKES "ONE MILE To be run Octob'eii 30. J.92G. st. lb. Waranton 10 1 Heroic . . 10 1 Kuji San ..fl'J Mctellus . : '9 -1 Red Gauntlet 0 3 Quintus ..92 Boaster . . S 13 \mounis . . S 12 Robespierre . 8 10 M ulinbawn (imp) . . .8 10 Yakles ..SO Royal Joker S 7 I'oumul ..87 Larkspur . . S 7 .Sir Digh'ock . S 0 Dm ability ..86 Bon Lomond S 0 Bravado . . 8 G Hampden . . S 5 Maman . 8 5 I'aldis ht ....

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