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Another Marriage Problem [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

Another Marriage Problem A delightful antidote was suggested at a women's club the other day. Some one had been retailing the fact that an Eskimo girl marries to please her parents. Aftter a year, she usually di- vorces her husband, chooses another one herself, and settles down happily for the rest of her life. Said the re- forming lady at the Club. "If every woman could marry the man she really wants, there would be fewer divorces. But how is this noble sentiment going to be translated into an Act of Parlia- ment? Will there be a codicil, or rider, to the effect that, if the man she really wants proves to be only the man she thought she really wanted, she can have another try?.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

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Young Flag Captain [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

Young Flag Captain , Commander Migel Mlles, R.N. (a Queenslander by birth) has boori ap- pointed to the command of the flagship on tho China Station, ire is probably the youngesr Hag-captain In the Royal Navy. His brother, Colonel Norman Miles, was Director of Military Arts ut Duntroon College, and is now exchange officer In India. Col. Miles married Miss Margorlo Datiglrec, of Greenoaks Avenue, Barling Point, and a son was recently horn to them1 In India. Baby John has been very ill, but is now pro- gressing favourably.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

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HOSPITAL CUP QUEANBEYAN'S WIN A CHALLENGE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

HOSPITAL CUP QUEANBEYAN-S WIN T ° ' A CHALLENGE The much coveted Hospital,Cup vas bro light home to Queanbeyan last Sun- day wçek by the local football team," who defeated Gundagai, the previous holders, by 21 points to G, under the Rugby League code, affér a .strenuous match, There Avas a large attendance and It Is expected that a " sum Of about £50 will be handed lo the Gun- dagai Hospital as a result. Under the conditions of the cup, all ""gate money tahen at a cup match shall go to*, the hospital. ' \ Gundagai and Cootamundra are con- sidered tho pick of the* teams in the .southern districts, and as a result of f'ueanbe'.an's win, it l.s rumored that a challenge has been issued, to Coota- mundra to play on a ncutial ground. The Gundagai team are of thó opinion that Cootamundrn's colours will bo low- ered should the match eventuate..

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

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BUNGENDORE BUNGENDORE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

BUNGENDORE BUNGENDORE. Wednesday. In order to compete with, the growth of the town, new additions are being added to our local post office. * * * Mr. S. Daniel has almost finished building a new motor garage, which is being painted by the Vacuum Oil Com- pany.     * * *   A dance was held recently in the Sunday school hall, to raise funds to purchase a piano. There was a large attendance, and the proceeds were very satisfactory.      

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GOULBURN Producers To Meet GOULBURN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

GOULBURN Producers To Meet GOU^CLrt -I Wodnc-day ' A conference of ))u lo.'a nits and po- nto j; o..'e*rs is to ba huid in Goulburn on Leiitjinbiii"' 10,. p.-ollmlnary . to the, ..;*oducurs and Con ui.iors' Conference 'n Bathurst on September 21. A piolo ,L a^ct.iif.t. the rnovho i of organ ?uU.on awojituu iii corni .cr w,iiv with the* .*.uti.ur.st conferuicj in bi-.ug o-gtmsed by Ihü'iioujbu.-n Chamber o' Cotm-mi co. .-t«pi are bo.ng ti-lcni to get de co o.Tjrat on ,of sh ros, »mun cipa jtles, an J chumbáis of commerce in the South3.ii w.i. U el, and the i'rei.-i.er, the .U.n.stci* y-o . LanJs, and the ' tate luombsrt, lo. w-.ou.burn and Wol.oiiJ hy are a".s-o hu .ng eoiuitiun.cuted v.lh on the'matter.

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CRICKET QUEANBEYAN CLUB FUNDS DEPLETED. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

CRICKET QUEANBEYAN CLUB J FUNDS DEPLETED. With thq.elosô or the football seas- on, cricket enthu.-lasts are, busily .pre- paring» for the summer sport, The'an-, nual f meeting ol' the,» .Queanbeyan Cricket Club was.held-in the Triumph, Hall, .'Queanbeyan orí '{Tuesday even- ing of last .week, and was attended by about 'twenty members of the plub. Air. S. Hlnlcsma/i (president) Hvas in the chair. '' .. * ' '*'-'"{ '', "" The .ajiriual report rform the .sccre-^ tar v. .Mt. Ki Kurnell.' Indicated», a'lacl? of .support during1'the last 'season, ,áríd the halanac shoot submitted' by »the .treasurer Mr. Clf Koyes*shoiv,ed''a''deblt of^£48 a(.'the .end ol'.the lasU'season. ' Included in the business which'came before the meeting-,was 1 the ^resigna- tion of the secretary.»M.^KÍ ..l-fa'-nelU owing' lo his rßmo'val +from ¿lie ?"dis- trict. It- was decided to accept, the |-es,i*-natloh with -rpgret. \l / '.?" ' j -The election »-of officers for (he'en- suing year, resulted as follows: Presi- ...

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THE TWO CUPS Heavy Wagering £1,000,0,00 MENTIONED Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

THE TWO CUPS Heavy- Wagering íl.000,0,00 MENTIONED SAdne>, \Vednesd.a> -"Wagering ¡s taking place in, con- nection with the Melbourne anl Caul- field Cups It is estimated that more than one million sterling Is involved alieady. Sp'eaier came In for considerable sup- port for Die Caulfield Cup, and many ikiuble.s involvud Heroic with Spearer. ''Die Hanker, Manfred, and Windbag wen} refolded.

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CONVENT BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

CONVENT BALL The Convent Ball in St. Gregory's Hall, on September 1), promises to be .one of -rthe most' brilliant events of the year in Queanbeyan. ' The Hon. Secretaries, J.le.sdame.s Esmond and. Wearne, aro working hard for Its suc CCKR, "and the Nuns are couching the ohililrcm for .spec'al sets and marches for the Juvenile Ball on September 10.

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YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

YASS _ The Municipal Council expects the j Water Supply ' to be completed in Jan- uary next. Excellent progress has bien miule on the wall for the Storage rteservolr; the reticulation is almost completed, and a start Is being made with the Hot vice Reservoirs from Avhlch ! the water Is to be gravitated to the I ToVvii, and to Yass Junction for use | on the Hallways. .The .switching' on of the electric light Mill synchronise with the turning on of the water'In January. . Power from this .source will be utilised for pumping flu' Ava(er fiom the Dam to the Service Reservoirs. - "- ' Over 30 now residences and shops have been erected in Yass during the past 12 months, including extensive alterations- lo Hotels and, other large business premises, the' approximate value amounting to £05,000. The howling green Is being construct- ed.. It Is anticipated that the green will I be 'ready for 'play In about three | months'- time. There are over 70 mem- bers to date, and the secretary is Mr. ] A...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

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CANBERRA WEATHER EIGHT MONTHS' RAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

CANBERRA WEATHER EIGHT MONTHS' RAIN   January 49   February 13 March 371 April 268 May 225 June 190 July 170   August 1 81 Angust 2 6 August 4 11 August 6 1 August 8 2   August 13 16 August 9 7 August 13 1 August 17 6(?) August 26 26 August 29 8   August 30 44 August 31 8 TO-DAYS FORECAST. RAIN FOR THE WEEK-END. Sydney, Friday. Extensive rains embracing the whole of New South Wales are predicted for the week end as the result of an energetic disturbance which is approach- ing from Western Australia.

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CUSTOMS REVENUE Expectations Exceeded. POSTAL REVENUE BELOW ESTIMATE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

CUSTOMS REVENUE Expectations Exceeded. POSTAL REVENUE BELOW ESTIMATE Returns prepared by the Common wealth Treasury show that the actual Customs revenue for the two months of the current financial year was £7,222 860. This was £222 860 greater than the estimate given by Dr. Page in his Budget speech and was an increase       of £460,369 on the collections in the months of July and August of last year. The Customs collections for the Com- monwealth last month amounted to £3,696,385, which was £150,815 more than the £3,245,570 of August last year. There was an increase in every State except in South Australia and the Nor- thern Territory, where there were de- creases. The postal revenue of the Common wealth last month amounted to £897, 762, an increase of £86,647 on the figures for August. For the months of July and Augus this year the revenue was £1,844.803. This was an increase of £162,637 over the revenue in the corresponding, period of last y...

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