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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

GALE'S HISTORY OF CANBERRA Â Volume of about 300 pages, with numerous illustrations, entitled History of all Legends relating to the Federal Capital Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia; with Pen-Pictures of some of its Beauty Spots, its Fauna. Flora, Mineral and Other Resources. Also, as an Appendix, a Treatise on LAKE GEORGE: Its Discovery, its Phenomena, and its Various Interesting Happenings. By JOHN GALE. Price, Cloth Bound, 7s 6d ; per post, 8s. Your Order, with accompanying remittance, will ensure a copy ; copies may be purchased on application to the Publishers A. M. Fallick 8¿ Sons Booksellers, Queanbeyan.

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
CANBERRA COTTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

CANBERRA COTTAGES. With the object of proving that allegations that cottages at Canberra have no constitu- tional faults the Federal Capital Commission has arranged a series of inspections, to which representatives of the press have been in- vited. At the first inspection the architect in charge of house construction (Mr. T Casboulte) conducted press representatives over new homes at Blandfordia, North Ains- lie, and Ainslie, and opportunities were given to question public servants who have already arrived at the Federal Capital. Although few new residents criticised the high rentals. 110 complaints were expressed regarding lack of comfort or constructional defects. Mr. Casboulte said that the building covenant provided for minimum values as follow:-Mugga, £3,500; Red Hill, £1,500; Blandfordia, £1,200; Telopea, £1,200; South Ainslie, £1,000; and North Ainslie, £700. It was pointed out that in each of the con- , structional areas there was a resident clerk of works, who had to submit...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

SOUVENIRS Of CANBERRA OBTAINABLE IN China View Ware Silver Ware Brass Ware Nickel Silver Ware Copper Ware Electro Plate Ware Postcards Folders Plaques, Etc« Universal Distributing Company Timber, Lime, Cement, Joinery, Electrical, Radio, Hardware, Jewellery, Merchants. Mill and Workshops: Yard and Bulk Stores: EASTLAKE SIDING CAUSEWAY SIDING Show Rooms and Retail Store : EASTLAKE Phone Canberra No. 702. Manager: R. A. CORREY

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Historic Memorials CHAS. DALEY, B.A., F.L.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

Historic Memorials CHAS. DALEY, B A., F.L.S. In connection with the great historic event which in the transfer of the Seat of Govern- ment to the Federal Territory has fitly placed the coping-stone upon the great work achieved in the federation of the States and the attain- ment of full nationhood, it is very desirable that full recognition and due honor should be given to those pioneers of early settlement "Who bore the burden of the day To leave for us the opened way. Who sowed the seed mid toil and pain That we might reap the golden grain." It would seem that the present would be an appropriate time to institute memorials in order to preserve for future generations the names of those worthy of such honor. It may not be out of place to mention what has been done during the last three years in Victoria in this connection. At the centenary celebration of the journey of Hume and Hovell, who from Lake George as a base in the year 1824, had made the first memorable overlanding expediti...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

"Canberra's First Hundred Years, and After" By DR. FREDK. W. ROBINSON, With Foreword by SIR LITTLETON GROOM, K.C.M.G.,K.C. A survey of the history of Canberra and the Federal Territory, from the earliest times to the opening of the Federal Parliament SECOND EDITION-Revised and considerably enlarged, with new material» new chapters, supplement, appendices, index, and new maps and illustrations. Now Ready. Price, 8/6 Obtainable at Dunne's Book Stores, and at the Bookstalls at Hotels Canberra, Kurrajong, and Acton. First Business to open at Civic Centre R. J. DUNNE STATIONER AND TOBACCONIST Wishes to notify the public of Canberra that his CIVIC CENTRE BRANCH Commenced Business on Monday, May 2nd. Full agencies for all State and Interstate Publications, and English, Continental and Australasian Magazines. R. J. DUNNE, THE FEDERAL NEWS AGENCY, Eastlake, Civic Centre, Manuka, Queanbeyan.

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL AT CANBERRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL AT CANÇERRA. By H. GROSE. Adherents of the Rugby amateur code in the Federal Territory are delighted to know that it has been firmly established at Can- berra. Pretty Canberra with its beautiful environs w ithout a Rugby Union branch would be like a ship without a rudder, for although we re- spect and pay homage to all other codes of football we never forget that after all ours is the pioneer code. Rugby, because of its virile and scientific nature of play commends itself to Australians, and one feels certain that the amateur brand of Rugby will be preferred in the Territory. As the official of the N.S.W. Rugby Union deputed to launch the formation of a branch union in the Territory, I desire to express my appreciation to all those good people who so willingly assisted me in the movement and without their assistance not much could have been accomplished in the short time at my disposal, and I am deeply gratified and ap- preciative of the many favors extended me....

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBLIGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

OBLIGING. The management of one of the large hotels discovered the whereabouts of a man who had left without paying his hotel bill, and sent him the following note: "Dear sir: Will you kindly send the amount of your bill and oblige?* The reply received was: "The amount was £2. Yours sincerely.''.

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAIL! CALEDONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

HAIL! CALEDONIANS. The Canberra Highland Society and Burns Club, an enthusiastic and organised Society, have recently applied to the Federal Capital Conunission for a site on which to erect a Burns Memorial Hall, where Scots and Aus- tralian Scots can gather for social purposes. Highland and Caledonian Societies, Burns Clubs and Scotsmen throughout the British Commonwealth are to be circularised request- ing their co-operation to erect at Canberra a hall worthy of their race. Delegates from each of the various Australian organisations will be asked to attend a conference on the subject. The proposal to decide is to build a memorial hall, with suitable recreation rooms and office, with a statue of Robert Burns in the foreground. Caledonians or Australian Scots who read this can take it as an invitation to send their subscriptions, queries or offers of assistance (which will be gratefully accepted) to Mr James McKinnon, president, or Mr. Wm. Tillie, hon. treasurer, or Mr. Alex Stuart,...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
FEDERAL JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

FEDERAL JUSTICE. It is probable that the New South Wales police now at the capital will be replaced by Commonwealth police in the spring, and it is certain that the judiciary system to meet the peculiar requirements that have arisen in the Federal Territory will be in operation by the end of the year. A court of summary jurisdiction, presided over by a stipendiary magistrate, will be es- tablished, and, in addition, a High Court Judge will preside over the Commonwealth Court of Appeal. To accommodate court staffs temporary buildings will be established near the Hotel Canberra, and, although arrangements with the States will obviate the necessity of build- ing a gaol, a lock-up will be built. Overlapping of Federal and State laws is at present causing much confusion in the Federal Territor}r.

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUKE OF YORK'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

DUKE OF YORK'S REPLY. His Royal Highness, in responding, was given an ovation. When the cheers had sub- sided, he replied in the following terms: "We are gathered here this morning to open the first meeting of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia in a new capital city, and I should like, if I may, to try to give expression to some of the thoughts that come to me at this historic moment. It is impossible not to be moved by the signi- ficance of to-day's events as a great landmark in the story of Australia. I say this, not only because this day sees the opening of a new Parliament House, and marks the inaugura- tion of a new capital city, but more because one feels the stirrings of a new birth, of quickened national activity, of a fuller con- sciousness of your destiny, as one of the great self-governing units of the British Empire. "It seems peculiarly fitting that the in- auguration of your new capital should come so soon after the Imperial Conference, with its recognitio...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
DUKE OF YORK'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

DUKE OF YORK'S REPLY. His Royal Highness, in responding, was given an ovation. When the cheers had sub- sided, he replied in the following terms: "We are gathered here this morning to open the first meeting of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia in a new capital city, and I should like, if I may, to try to give expression to some of the thoughts that come to me at this historic moment. It is impossible not to be moved by the signi- ficance of to-day's events as a great landmark in the story of Australia. I say this, not only because this day sees the opening of a new Parliament House, and marks the inaugura- tion of a new capital city, but more because one feels the stirrings of a new birth, of quickened national activity, of a fuller con- sciousness of your destiny, as one of the great self-governing units of the British Empire. "It seems peculiarly fitting that the in- auguration of your new capital should come so soon after the Imperial Conference, with its recognitio...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S MESSAGE TO THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S MESSAGE TO THE KING. After the ceremony His Excellency the Governor General (Lord Stonehaven) des- patched the following message to his Majesty the King: "Lord Stonehaven, with humble duty to your Majesty, begs leave to report that the seat of Government of the Commonwealth of Australia was established at Canberra to-day when Parliament met there for the first time. Your Majesty's commission empowering his Royal Highness the Duke of York to pro- claim the inauguration of the meetings of the Parliament at Canberra was read in the Senate Chamber. His Royal Highness then delivered his speech, and at the conclusion of it, read your Majesty's gracious message. "Earlier in the morning his Royal Highness addressed an assemblage of many thousands of people from the steps of Parliament House, and then opened the door of the building. Immediately afterwards he unveiled a statue of your Majesty in the King's Hall. This was followed by the ceremony in the Senate Chamber, afte...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
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Old Australian Towns [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

Old Australian Towns By FRANK WALKER, F.R.A.H.S'. In all cases where the history of the older settled districts is touched upon, some notice should be given to the worthy Australian pioneers, who, in the days "when the world was wide," toiled so diligently, and made such grim sacrifices, who endured the most unbelievable hardships, and literally carved their homes out of the wilderness, in order to live, and, perhaps, provide a goodly heri- tage for those who came after them. Their name is legion, and yet how seldom it is that they even reap the reward of being remem- bered, or are honored by memorials, save the one and only kind, in some quiet "God's Acre/' which will eventually become ours. One cannot particularise in a brief itinerary of the principal facts relating to our oldest towns, such as this is, but it must always be borne in mind that the advantages we enjoy to-day, in this sunny land of Australia, are. more or less, directly attributable to the work and service of those...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

John Esmond's GARAGE Ia now located in MASON'S BUILDINGS, Corner ol Crawford Street and Unana Road, STATION HILL, QUEANBEYAN. TBS MOST UP-TO-DATE OARAGE IN THE DISTRICT. TWO BOWSERS (Shell and Plume). Chevrolet, Oakland, Pontiac. Crow- ley, Nash, Ajax, CM C. Trucks, A.J.S. Motor Cycles. A Ml Range ol Used Otis, Trasks, , sad Motor Oyóles. SERVICE IS MY MIDDLE NAME. The First Hairdressing Business opened at CANBERRA AN UP-TO-DATE SALOON. SPECIAL SALOON FOR LADIES. I have much pleasure in announcing that, having secured the services of a First-class Hairdresser, direct from one of the most exclusive Saloons in Syd- ney, and the fittings and appointments of my new Saloon, of the latest design for comfort and cleanliness, I con- fidently invite your patronage. Ladies' Hair Bobbed, Shingled, cv Trimmed. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Requisites stocked-th* best brands of Cigars. Tobacco, and Cigarettes. y ARBUCKLE, Tobacconist and Hairdresser, EASTLAKE. FOSTER'S SEEDS THE BEST BY T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

The Southern Cross Cool and Up-to-date REFRESHMENT ROOMS, EASTLAKE (Near J. B. Young, Ltd.) ICED CORDIALS AND PETER'S ICE CREAM. TRY OUR SODA FOUNTAIN SPECIALS. FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY, AND SMALLGOODS FRESH AND DAINTY. Cleanliness, Civility and Quality. J. G. GUNN, Proprietor BOOTS A SHOES H. C. TAYLOR'S Representative, Mr. MIDDLETON, now travels the Federal Territory regularly with a complete range of Up-to-date Boots and Shoes, etc., etc. Sole Agent for "Mulhall'' Shoe* BOOT REPAIRS A. SPECIALITY.. They will be called for and returned. H. C. TAYLOR NEAR P.O. QUEANBEYAN ELECTRICAL FOR ELECTRIC IRONS, RADIA- TORS, AND ALL HOME AND WORKSHOP APPLIANCES, Etc., STACEY & GO., LIGHTING ACCESSORIES, LAMPS, SHADES, Etc., STOCKED. Address: Opposite Triumph Theatre, CRAWFORD ST. QUEANBEYAN. Tel.: Queanbeyan 198. BUILDERS AND THOSE ABOUT TO BUILD ARE ADVISED THAT W. H. MASON BUILDER ANO CONTRACTOR Having a first-class gang ol Competent Tradesmen in ail branches of the Build- ing Trade, is...

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KNIGHTS BACHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

KNIGHTS BACHELOR. Mr. Wallace Bruce (liöfd Mayor of Ade- laide). Major John Henry Butters, C.M.G., M.B.E. (Chairman of Federal Capital Commission). Mr. Stephen Joseph Morell (Lord Mayor of Melbourne). C.M.G. Mr. James Franklin (Mayor of Perth). Mr. William Alfred Jolly (Mayor of Bris- bane). Mr. John Smith Murdoch (Chief Common- wealth Architect). Mr. Edwin John Rogers (Mayor oí Hobart). C.V.O. Brigadier-General Charles Henry Brand, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. Captain Arthur Randolph Wormeley Cur- tis, C.M.G., M.C. Commodore George Francis Hyde, C.B.E. C.B.E. Mr. James Mitchell, O.B.E. (Head of New South Wales Police). Hon. Colonel William St. Leonards Robert- son, O.B.E. M.V.O. (Fourth Class). Mr. Darcy Wentworth Addison, M.V.O., I.S.O. Mr. Harry Blinman, M.V.O. Captain William Robert Broadhurst. Mr. William Cyril Duffy (Secretary to Sir Brudenell White). Major John Northcott. Mr, Samuel Whitehead, M.V.O. Mr. Cvril Legh Winser, M.V.O. O B.E. Mr. Charles S'tuddy Darley (Secretory Federal C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

THE FEDERAL CAPITAL PIONEER MAGAZINE. Tariff of Advertising Rates. Single 6 Months, 12 Months, Insertion. Insertion. Insertion. Full Page ..«5 0 0 £4 10 0 £400 Ralf Page .8100 »50 200 Quarter Page 174 160 126 (Single ©ol.) Eighth Page 14 o 18 0 12 0 Annual Subscription, 5/- per annum post free. Advertisements and subscriptions accepted by: A K. Murray, Eastlake, Federal Territory. Or the Printers: The Sydney & Melbourne Publishing Co., Ltd., 29 Alberta Street, Sydney. Swan Bros. Quality Butchers, Eastlake, Canberra. WK SUPPLY ONS QUALITY ONLY, THB BUT. 'Phone 81. LAVERY'S EASTLAKE, CANBERRA. Also at 657-659 George St., Sydney The Value Store for everything in Men's and Boys' wear. Our Tailoring Department offers you expert Service, at prices suit- able to all members of the com- munity. Call and inspect our PURE INDIGO DYE SERGE MADE-TO-MEASURE SUIT at £6-6-0 We employ only expert Design- ers, Cutters and Tailors. There- « fore, when you buy at Lavery'« you get the very best...

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