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

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Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
RAMPION'S DERBY CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

.RAMPION'S DERBY CHANCE. Campion's victory in the Hobartville Stakes at Warwick Farm further en- hances his chances of winning' the A.J.C,* Derby,' artd it is not surprising that his owners' i'ecenlly refused an 'of- fer ( of £10,000 for him. The stake'for. the Derby will nearly approximate £10,000, and, in view of the colt's-form,) Hie owners (showed splciivlld judgment iv refusing the*" offer. Other ' classic events such as the V.R.C. Derby and the'Melbourne Cup loom .ahead of ithe owners and ¡tiley "are sanguine that their horse has an equal chanco of -'success. Ills, time for til«; seven furlongs was 1.201, and was 'only a quarter of a second outside the track record,

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEROIC & MANFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

HEROIC &.M ANFRED. heroic and Manfred at Caulilold.-'-Mel bou'rno, provided a. great neck and neck struggle, victory finally going to Heroic, who put in a superhuman effort in the last ' few yards of^Uie race. The dts tun'co was nine fuliongsH and the time 1.53, a. little,' on the Slow side. Manfred was only a nock behind Heroic, and one can only dream what kind of. a race would' bo witnessed if Windbag, Vali- care, Manfred) and Heroic, met a weight, tor-agc. * '

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

GOULBURN Mr V O Scott who has neon chai tie ot the Goulburn blanch of the Govenment Savings Rank foi the past sl\ vcats, has been transfened to Mar- rickville Mr de Tossolin of Albury M cceeds Mi Scott Mi S Dale, who ha«? conducted a newsagene*, in Goulburn for fie pa-.t 1" jears has îetiied fiom bus ness His ig-cnc\ has boen pin elm nu by Mr J Sustain, of Pelcisham * * ? Mi T Whiteley ha- been appointed manapru o) the Goulburn Woollen Mills A sample lot ot tops specially combed at the nulls tor an ovciseas client has resulted In a large contract order The client advised that the quality of the tops was the line st he had livei le ceived fiom /ustralia * * * One of Goulliu ns pioneers, Mrs Janet '.'arquhai died suddenlj, last week at the age of 87 She foimcily kept the now deliceiised hotel Rose and Ciown which in those dajs, tloselj Ubcmbled an Cn^ash wayside inn Her hu'band picdcccasod hci bj "33 veais The funei ii was laibelj iiHonded last Ihnrsdav at the Old I'rcsbvtoi.aii Ctm c...

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

ROYAL HOTEL BUNGENDORE. Mrs*. F. E. Drysdale. Excellent Accommodation. Tourists Specially Catered for. GARAGE. 'Phone: Bungendore 19.

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

i UM rzTM^TO^M^OSTM^g^lM^ir^MM?7 fïtgSMMMP MïSMsMSWSËiïi WHAT'S IN A NAME? Quite a lot, particularly if the name is a good one. A wise man of old wrote: "A good name is more to bi desired than line gold." " \ IN After upward of forty years of Trading in thie District Hayes 8C Russell Ltd., Drapers, Groceis, and Hardware Merchants, »' Can confidently lay claim to ,Kc good n.ime cf HONEST TRADERS in GeA.ral Merchandise. WiTH tho advent of Canberra's first weekly journal, WeJ wish to express our app eciation and thanks for the patronage accorded cor Store at EASTLAKE, one of the pioneer businesses of the Fe feral City. So great has been the ra<)id growth of business that it has been found necessary |0 double the space of tho premises originally occupied. Our facilities are now unsurpassed for stocking and displacing all Household Requirements In this space each v,ek we w;il detail Fashion Decrees fro-fii all our Depari {ients, and, as in the past, by selling only Honest Valu...

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

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Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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RUGBY LEAGUE Queanbeyan Park Western Suburbs v. Warrigals. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

RUGBY LEAGUE Queanbeyan Park Western Suburbs v. Warrigals. The game hutween another Sydney team .Western Suhiiibs, and the War rigals failed to prove us exciting as Unit seen on the previous Saturday for several reasons, The Warrigals were unfortunate in losing the survices of three players (Kav, mundell, and Wil- liams) who had sustained minor In- juries during the match with the East- ern Suburbs,' and also the hell) of Byrne, who had lo retire during the afternoon's play. Hut it cannot he dis- guised that the Warrigals did not play up to -their usual form. "Wests" won most of the serums,-* which allowed the backs to keep their movement going, and condition told in the last half, when the local lads were tired from chasing their opponents. About 700 people saw the Wests kick .off. Wests Immediately al tacked, and within a few minutes of the .start. of the game, scored a try. Wests Were playing a superior game. Their passing was very brilliant, und combination w'ork good. They scor...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
DOCTOR'S HEART DETECTIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

DOCTOR'S HEART DETECTIVE An experimental model of the -first portable electro-cardiograph, used In studying the electric currents of the heart, has recently been demonstrated. The cardiograph Itself Is not a new device, but never before has there been an instrument which Is portable, nor one commercially developed in which vacuum tubes aro used for amplify- ing the heart voltage. i _ Records of a patient's heart may be obtained now at tho doctor's surgery of In the patient's home. A doctor can easily, learn to operate the port- able'device oftor a few demonstrations and It is expected that the apparatus will ,ue produslblc at a cost and In quantities that will permit of Its wide use throughout the medical profession.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Victorian Walkin[?] Championship [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

Victorian Walkino- Championship Al Melbourne the annual walking championships of Victoria wore con ducted £i.t the motordrome, when ill. B. Gardiner and R. Osborne defended seven milo title was won hy E. R. Suth- erland, Who holds the world's record for nine and ten milos, as well 'as Australia's best lor seven miles, In 5J min 55 sees.-the world's record for the latter distance is 50 min. -IO 4/5 sees., hold by iG. II. Gouldtng: of Can- ada. In the^ Junior Championship R. Osborne relnined lils title covering the distance in 55 mins. 5S sees. ,

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Cricket Club at White City. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

New Cricket Club at White City/" , x A cricket club has been organised in connection -willi the Sports Branch of the While City Recreation As- sociation and a membership of 21 iplay ers was secured at the first meet 'ing. / M, A. Pennyfather has boon chosen lo captain Hie team in the Challenge Match for the light lo enter in the A Grade for season 102G. Major Griffiths has presented the e*ub with a practice bal and ball. It is hoped by this and similar social and sport- ing fixtures to create a spirit or comradeship in the While City Camp.

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School Sports Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

?School Sports Record. Al the mumal sports yneolng of St. Joseph College on Saturday, li. Mars- den enlorcd eleven events "and only failed' lo 1)0 ontplaeod in one of them. .Ho won eight and finished third In two. The events ho was successful In wore:-Under 12.championship 75 yards (from scratch), 100 yards open handi- cap (from nine yards), potato race, (under 12), obstacle race, (under 12), sack race (under 12) siamese race (un- der 12), and the wheelbarrow race (under 12). Tie ran third in the 220 yards handicap, third ip Hie 00 yards huidles, and was unplaced in the mile handicap off ISO yards. i « * * At the King's School, winners of last year's G. P. S. Sports, S-lth. annual sports meeting, the only new figures put up w.ero in the 220 yard's handicap wh'eii R. M. Moore won in 22 3/5 sees.. The Cray Cup (opciOu'was won by Mooie who was successful In the MO, 220, and 100 yards senior events. The .Higgins Cup (under IG) went to E. W. Sllveslor.

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SPORT AT HALL Football HALL JUNIORS v, RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

SPORT AT FIALL Football HALL JUNIORS v," RAMBLERS.' The last match of the season for Hie 1-InlI Juniors was played at Westridge on' Saturday last. The Hall players were handicapped through not having a full leam, hut both teams played a willing- -game, and the scores were 8 aside.

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TENNIS HALL v. JEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

TENNIS HALL v. JEIR. iMall mot Jeir on Saturday i last, ,on the home courts, and an enjoyable' after- noon was spent, the homo leam win- ning by a small margin. .Owing to the keen interest taken in .football during Hie season, lennis, at Hall has been'rather tuijet, but a re- vival is now promised.

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

BASEBALL A crowd of throe bundled assembled at the Leichardt Oval on Saturday, when the Kew South Wales Baseball Association brought their season to a' close. ' The proceeds ol' the games will go towards a fund to assist <J. Ewart, of Rozelle Club, who lost an eye, dur ng a game, early in the season. The Western District Churches 2; Rock- dale District 10, beat; Undercliffe 3; and the Rest 5, beal New South Wales 3. '

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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CRICKET AINSLIE UNITED CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

CRICKET AINSLIE UNITED CLUB The Ainslie United Cricket Club has been formed, with a view of taking part in the Federal Territory Competi- tions. The club comprises members of Northbourne Camp, Jil. Ainslie'Trades- men's Camp, and residents of Mt. Ainslie. Tlie following office-bearers , were elected:-President, Mr. It. E. Young;, Vico-Prcsidénts, Messrs. S. Morgan. S. Woodford, V. Walters, A. Sutherland, J. Hoystcad, and C. Robinson. Treas- urer, Mr. N. Farrell; Committee, Messrs. J. Rae, G. Budge, A. Donald, M\ Mulctt, and H McKoand Secretary, J. Fitzpatrick.

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

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HOP, STEP, AND JUMP CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

HOP, STEP, AND JUMP CHAMPION. It lias been arranged by the Mayor of Queanbeyan (Aid. W. B. Freebody), to invite Mr. W. Winter, the australian îhtlilete and world's champion tir the hop, step, and 'jump event, whq will give exhibitions, of his "skill,during the. day's sport, on Eight/ Hours' Day hi Queanbeyan, in connec- tion ?with' Hie Hospital* Capiivai. Mr. Winter will bo remembered for his suc- cess at the last Olympic Games in 'Paris, when he won this event against all comers. ,

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FIREFIGHTING DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 10 September 1926

FIREFIGHTING DISPLAY Demonstrations of modern fire fightr nig methods, and hose drill were g-iyen lai-t night by the Queanbeyan Fire Bri-, gado, at ,the intersection of Monaro. Street and Cooma Road, in the presence of li large crowd: -Theso_ events' were 'arranged by, the Brigade ' on account of (ho visit bf Inspector Digby', "of Ihr Sydney Fire Brigade, to the town. Owing to lack of water pressure, through the local reservoir not yet being filled to capacity, the water M'as pumped from a well in the vicinity.

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

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