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McCaudle the Roamer Meeting "The Bull." (Continued from Last Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

McCaudle the Roamer Meeting "The Bull." By YARRUM. (Continued from Last Issue.) Lamb marking on a large station in the back country was no light task. Buckboard vehicles and waggonettes with spirited horses pairs, and often "four-in-hand" teams trotted and galloped when the going was good, carry- ing, hurdles, "catchers'' (casual bushworkers filling in the few months before shearing whose work was to catch the lambs in the temporary or permanent sheep yards and hold them during the marking operation on a stout rail of the "catching'' pen) and tucker to a fresh paddock where the musterers were busy mustering and yarding the ewes and lambs ready for the "marking" gang. At lunch time, and if camped out, which often happened when mustering miles from the homestead, bush yarns, which oft were better than any ever published, were told, songs and music sandwiched in. What memories that word "bush-music" recalls! The concertina expert, accompanied by an artist on the "bones" (cattle ribs), ...

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

The Pioneer Baker to the Federal Territory P. J. COLLETT Pastrycook and Confectioner Four first-class pastrycooks arc employed by me making tho Best of pastry and cakes every day, under the most hygienic conditions. Delivered Daily-on the Territory. Fresh from the Ovens. WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY CASES, ALSO DAINTY CAKES FOR TOURISTS Up-to-date Refreshment Room. Quick and Clean Service. Percy J. Collett, Caterer, Monaro St., Queanbeyan The Genuine Home Furnisher I can quote you THE LOWE8T PRICE for Quality and Quantity in FURNITURE. Get My Prices Before You Buy. Lino's, Mattresses, Suites, Rugs, Bedding. Bole Agents for BEBARFALD S-YICKERS SEWING MACHINES Cots Si Perambulators For the Baby Canberra Residents waited on. Canberra visited Daily. ELIAS SOUTHWELL The Home Furnisher QUEANBEYAN Ring up 193 Queanbeyan. No Delay. ?

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

"The Astoria" up-to-date Tea Rooms at Eastlake Miss Arbuckle has pleasure in announcing The opening of a well appointed service. No expense has been spared to provide Ladies and Gen- tlemen visiting Eastlake with fresh and dainty refresh- ments. A visit will be cordially appreciated. The Choicest Confectionery, Fruits - in - Season, Tea, Coffee, or Cocoa efficiently served. .Having a central position facing Capitol Hill, near La very* s Corner, when shopping VISIT "The Astoria" Tea Rooms Eastlake. Arbuckle's Celebrated Orchestra open for engagement. THE MANUKA PHARMACY Miss HAVILL NOLAN Registered Chemist in Victoria and New South Wales Prescriptions and Medicines, etc., delivered Agent for NYALL'S PREPARATIONS Kodak Service Station Miss Lyndel Edwards Ladies' Hairdresser and Beauty Salon at Manuka. Shingling, Mai eel and Water Waving Electric Scalp and Face Massage (Violet Eay and Vibrator) Manicure, Hairwork, etc. CONTINENTAL EXPERIENCE

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

Cars pai ked at the rear of Parliament House on May 9. Photo by Mr. H. E. Hill just after the ceremony. THE DEDICATION PRAYER. There was a brief, but impressive, religious service before the House was entered, the clergy of the Church of England and the Methodist and Presbyterian Churches joining in the dedication of the building "to the glory of God and to the service of the people/ Led by the Canberra Philharmonic Society's choir and the New South Wales Military Band, the huge congregation sang the hymn "O God, Our Help in Ages Past/' The President-General of the Methodist Church (the Rev. J. G. Wheen) read the 145th Psalm, and a special prayer was said by the Moderator-General of the Presbyterian Church (the Right Rev. R. Scott West). The prayer was as follows: Almighty and everlasting Godj from Whom proceedeth all power in heaven and earthy most heartily we beseech Thee to look with favor upon our sovereign lord King George; enrich him with Thy heaven* ly grace, and preserve him...

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

DUSE'S FINAL MESSAGE. In a final message to the Governor-General the Duke of York says: "It is with genuine regret that the Duchess of York and I must now say good-bye to Australia, I find it difficult to express our gratitude to the Government and the people for the wonderful welcome everywhere ac- corded us. The demonstration of loyalty and wholehearted affection and devotion to the Throne have far surpassed anything we had imagined, and have most deeply moved us. "That loyalty to British ideals for which the Throne and Empire stand found its highest expression in the commemoration of Anzac Day, at which it was, our privilege to be present. "We have been greatly impressed by the general appearance of virility and well-being of the people. The strong, healthy children whom we have seen everywhere inspire a pro- found faith in the future. We have been no less struck by the marvellous development and progress of the country, which has taken place within a period of three generations,...

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

Do you want to know how to START AT CANBERRA The Canberra Building & Investment Co. Ltd. CAN TELL YOU. WE ARE CONTRACTORS, CONVEYANCERS, INVESTORS, BUILDERS,     FINANCIERS, AND TRUSTEES.     The names constituting the Directorate are those of tried capable men who be-     lieve in Canberra and know its possibilities.     AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £50,000.     Managing Director: JOHN DEANS.     Directors:     W. G. WOODGER, S. J. GOULSTON.     B. G. GRACE, R. G. H. JOSELAND. General Manager and Secretary : L. G. FUSSELL,     Are you aware that in Canberra to-day there are opportunities for the man with     small savings and small capital to earn rates of interest far in excess of those     paid by ba...

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

THE PIONEER HOUSE ON FEDERAL TERRITORY PRINCIPAL CONTENTS Royal Opening of Parliament aT Canberra. The King's Message. Historic Memorials .. .. .. .. Chas. Daley. Old Australian Towns .. . . Frank Walker. WELL ILLUSTRATED.  

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

CANBERRA GARAGE LTD. Ainslie, Canberra. Agencies: Chrysler and Morris Cars and Trucks.   Petrol, Oils and Accessories. The most up-to-date Garage outside Sydney. Phone-Canberra 79. CANBERRA MOTOR SALES LIMITED. Eastlake, Canberra. Agency for Standard, Clyno, and Hillman Cars. Call or Phone for Demonstration "Shell" Benzine at Bowser, 2/5 per gallon. Oils, Tyres, Tubes, Accessories. Largs Stock of Dunlop and Michelin Tyres always on hand. Everything for the Motorist. Phone-Canberra 720.

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Canberra Pioneers. PRESENTED TO THE DUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 May 1927

Canberra Pioneers. PRESENTED TO THE DUKE. A most interesting ceremony at Canberra during the Royal visit was the presentation to the Duke and Duchess of York of the pioneers of Canberra--a hale and hearty lot numbering 21. Their ages ranged from 67 to 97. Among them were Mr. John Gale, the oldest journalist in Australia, who, at the age of 97 is still active, and is the Coroner for the Federal Territory and Queanbeyan district. Mr. Gale is generally credited with being the person who initiated the movement for the establishment of the Federal Capital at Can- berra. He is an authority on the history of the district. The next oldest member of the party waf Mr. Archibald McKeahnie, who, at the age of 94 retains extraordinary vigour and clearness of memory. He came to Australia with his parents as a child. They selected Gudgenby which is in the south-west quarter of the Territory. In later years he owned Well Station, Canberra, until it was resumed by the Federal Government. Mr. F. A. C...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. Canberra Branch. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 July 1927

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. Canberra Branch. Mention was made, in a former issue, of the proposal to found a branch of the above at Canberra. The Hon. J. Lemon, with Mr. Slater, M.L.A., of Victoria, visited the Fede- ral Capital a few months ago at the invitation of Mr. Chas. Francis (Controller of Stores), who is keenly interested in establishing a branch on a firm basis. . Preliminary meet- ings were held, and organising work resulted in a fine attendance at the Social Service Hall, Acton, on June 30. Mr. C. E. Francis, who was elected chair- man, stressed the point that all legal difficul- ties had been overcome, a charter had been obtained and Canberra branch of the A.N.A. could function as a friendly society, under the N.S.W. Friendly Societies' Act. The subscription for members desirous of obtain- ing medical benefits would be 11/- per quar- ter, covering doctor and medicine and 3d. per week towards management fund. Until ar- rangements were settled with the British Medi-...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 July 1927

AUSTRALIA'S WOOL. Senator Guthrie, referring to the Sydney sheep show, said that 80,000 flock masters in Australia owned a hundred million sheep. For the year just ended, Australia produced about a third of the world's wool supply and half of the world's fine wool supply. It would be a national calamity, he said, if the famous stud merino flocks of New South Wales for any reason dispersed. The first sheep introduced into Australia were brought from Cape Town in the year 1797. The first sample of Australian wool was taken to England by Captain MacArthur, in 1803. but the first shipment of marketable wool (245 lb.) was shipped to England in 1807.

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

\ f \ 7 E^^WS?j PRINCIPAL CONTENTS. Ip^v^v^^ ^V:;:K';i;'v.::i Honoring Pioneer». -'ï:ï$'.:C:::iH ^if;:V::;:.1'^ A Canberra Pioneer: Mrs. M. A. Dudley. £::'.':. v-ï;-!¿# ^": rv¿j Our First Governor.Frank Walker 'Vv'..^ f j £:' . '¿j Canberra Activities. ..?.';$ LC-..-v:.vnl WELL ILLUSTRATED. :?::.í::.-"- ¿V¿3 ;l s /-\

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 July 1927

Winter Is Here and so is THE LIVE FIRM Well stocked with the right goods to keep you warm. We have just opened a SPLENDID ASSORT- MENT of DRESS GOODS-the very latest, in all shades and designs, coupled with superior quality, also OUR SHOWROOM IS RESPLENDENT with all the VERY LATEST GOODS obtainable. Our MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT has some very fine specials in WHITE & COLORED BLANKETS. EIDER DOWNS and TRAVELLING RUGS. Pay the Big Eastlake Emporium a Visit and you are sure to go away satisfied. J. B. YOUNG LTD., EASTLAKE - CANBERRA Thone 525 'Phone 525

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NEW ASSEMBLY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 July 1927

NEW ASSEMBLY HALL. Tenders were called recently for an assem- bly hall at Hotel -Canberra, and that of Sim- mie & Co., Ltd., has been accepted. The cost will be about £25,000.

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Canberra Activities. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 July 1927

Canberra Activities. The principal structure at present being erected in Canberra is the Commonwealth of- fices, which will house the Commonwealth National Library, and will also provide office accommodation for several of the Common- wealth departments shortly to be transferred to Canberra. This building consists of three main sections, known as the southern, central and library blocks. The carpentry work in the southern block is almost completed. In the central block the carpentry wTork is also well in hand, the handrails and treads to stair- cases are being fixed, and the installation of lifts is nearly completed. In the library block the plastering has been completed. Work in connection with the provision of additional class-room accommodation at Tel- opea Park School is proceeding satisfactorily. The brickwork on one wing has been finished . up to the first floor level, and the laying of a concrete floor is in hand. The brickwork on the second wing is laid practically to the fi...

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 July 1927

! Canberra Homes. I Available at j Eastlake, Ainslie, Red Hill, or Blandfordia. ! Brick Cottages from £1000 I i to £2,000 and upwards j On Deposit as low as IO", j balance as rent, if required. Shops To Let at Civic Centre, Manuka and Eastlake for occupation on completion. - f For full particulars, apply { I WOODGERS & CALTHORPE j ! LIMITED j REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS j CANBERRA. And at QUEANBEYAN, EASTLAKE and AINSLIE. Wholly Mt up Mid printed in Austral!» bj the Sydney and Melbourne Publient»* Oe" Ltd, 29 Alberta Ht., Sydney.

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DIGNIFIED AND IMPRESSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 July 1927

DIGNIFIED AND IMPRESSIVE. The Hon. A. D. McLeod, who represented the New Zealand Government at the cere- monies connected with the inauguration of the Federal Capital at Canberra, on his return to Wellington, stated that his visit to Australia had been a most interesting and instructive one. "The opening of the Commonwealth Parlia- ment by their Rpyal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of York at the new capital city,'' said Mr. McLeod, "was a ceremony of a most dignified and impressive character, and one which I shall always regard as a privilege to have attended as an overseas representative. It is most difficult at this juncture to express an opinion as to the future of Canberra from the point of view of its development as a city, and I can only say that it has already the foundations of a model capital based upon modern town-planning practice, and is situ- ated in beautiful surroundings. There has been a good deal of controversy as to the suitability of the locality in relation to ...

Publication Title: Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine, The
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A Canberra Pioneer MRS. M. A. DUDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Federal Capital Pioneer Magazine — 20 July 1927

A Canberra Pioneer MRS. M. A. DUDLEY. By W. R. GODDARD. Born at Canberra in October, 1846, Mrs. Mary Ann Dudley, of Queanbeyan, surely can claim a place in the ranks of Canberra's pioneers. Daughter of the late Mr. Joseph Kaye, she was born at Springbank, Canberra, at that time rented by her father from a Mr. Mc JPherson. Some years later she went with her parents to reside at "Klensendorf," which was rented by the Kaye family for 65 years, MRS. M. A. DUDLEY, A Canberra Pioneer, aged 80 years. first by Mr. Joseph Kaye, and later by his son Charles. Whilst there Mr. Joseph Kaye planted some three-quarters of a mile of wil- low trees, extending: from the old crossing dowTn to Mr. Bryant's residence. The old Klensendorf homestead eventually disappeared, owing to the building activities of the Federal Capital Commission. The Canberra Hostel golf links are now practical- ly on the homestead site. Miss Kaye was married on the 9th Feb- ruary, 1875, to George Thomas Dudley, a native of .Cor...

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

Literary or Business Communications addressed to The Editor and Proprietor, A. K. Murray, Eastlake, Federal Territory, will receive immediate attention. Any changes or new advertisements must reach him or the printers, The Sydney and Mel- bourne Publishing Co., Ltd., 29 Alberta Street, Sydney, by the 10th of the month' to ensure in- sertion in that month's issue. Advertisement tariff card will be sent on application. The Editor will be glad to consider for publication items of general or historical interest. He will not hold himself responsible, of course, for the opinions of contributors or correspondents. The annual subscription is 5/-, posted, to any part of the Commonwealth; overseas 7/6.

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 July 1927

j Do you want to know how to j I START AT CANBERRA j The Canberra Building & Investment Co.Ltd. CAN TELL YOU i j WE ARE BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, INVESTORS, j I FINANCIERS, AND TRUSTEES. j j The names constituting the Directorate «re those of tried capable men who be- 1 I lieve in Canberra and know its posslbiütiea. J j AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £100,000- j I Managing Director: JOHN DEANS, Esq. j | Directors: i I W. G. WOODGERS. Esq. S. T. GOULSTON, Esq. I I E. G. GRACE, Esq. R. G. H. JOSELAND, Esq. ! I General Manager and Secretary: L. G. FUSS ELL, j ! Are you aware that in Canberra to-day there are opportunities for the man with ] 1 small savings and small capital to earn rates of interest far in excess of those I j paid by banks, or earned from Government Securities? j ! Consult us with reference to the investment of money at cal!, or for fixed terms. I ; The Leading Jeweller ; specializes in j j Diamond Rings and Watches ! High Grade Diamond Rings, Platinum Settings, j I and ali ...

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