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MUSICAL CRITIC Address Before Philharmonic Society [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

MUSICAL CRITIC Address Before Philharmonic Society Mr. A. 1J. Kelly, a well known Aus- tralian musical critic, who is spend- ing a short holiday in Canberra, gave an Impromptu address to the members of the local Philharmonic Society at Hotel Canberra on Thursday evening last. Returned recently from twelve twelve months' tour abroad, Mr. Kelly visited the principal cities of the Con- tinent with the idea ol hearing the best productions possible of grand opera and of Symphony music. He visited Naples, Rome, Milan Venice and Geneva on the Continent, and London and several cities in the Un- ited States. He related 'to his aud- ience accounts of many wonderful performances be had seen and heard. He also described well known artists ol' the operatic world who have never visited Australia. It was an instruct- ive and interesting account of his travels, and the members of the Soc- iety were highly entertained by his impressions.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

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£22,000 CONTRACT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

£22.000 CONTRACT I think I have done a good deal for thelsport, a,nd/now I think jthe sport should do something for me," said ¡Suzanne ¿.engten referring to» her £22,000 contract, as 'a professional. "Everybody wanta to make mdhey out of tennis. I think I should have my chance to do so." . Mdlle. ,LengIen will ¿¡vc her first exhibition .In7America tn October 10. _Ha,r. mother and her ".rçaldWlll accompany bec \ r

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

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GOULBURN GOULBURN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

GOULBURN GOULBURN, Wednesday. Last, night, and the previous evening successful and popular variety enter- tainments were given by Goulbnrn's best known amateurs and society girls, in aid of the Goulburn and Dis- trict Ambulance, and the Country Women's Association. Mr. Geoff Gunn acted as producer, Miss Kathleen Bry- den, organiser, and Miss Ida Bradley, as ballet- mistress. The takings wer.e most satisfactory. - » * « The Minister for Works has~author* ised the construction of 'a ,, concrete dam, on Sooley Creek for the Goul- burn water supply, the estimated cost of which is £38,000. A controversy is raging locally as to the sultabllltyjof the site. * * * l Mr. Justice Pike held a Special Court in Goulburn on Tuesday last, te hear appeals against the city valuations. . * . Last Wednesday and Thursday the annual Butterfly Ball was held in aid of the Goulburn Orphanages. The hall was trahsfornied into a veritable fairyland, and over 3000 ¿n all parti- cipated in the two-night gala.- ...

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NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE AN interesting specimen of the snake species was captured at Hillston last week. The reptile, which was 17 or l8 inches long, and of the brown species, had two legs about a quarter of an Inch long close to the tall, which It can push out or draw In as desired. -"Cootamundrr Dally Herald." WHEN Mr. Thomas Duddy, of Deep- water, was descending the Ben Lomond Range last week, a kangaroo jumped from the side of the hill on to the radiator of the car, splintering the glass screen. The car, splintering the road, and the kangaroo hopped off Into the bush.-"Tenterfield Star." . * » A travelling land salesman recently sold a Riverina resident five blocks of land, and received a cheque for £50, which was duly cashed. The purchas- er has been unable to locate either the land he bought and paid for, or the office In the city of the salesman who sold it. The receipt issued was with- out information on these points. As far as the police authorities can as- certain, the salesm...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

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SEATS DISTRIBUTION Second Reading Passed MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

SEATS DISTRIBUTION Second Reading Passed MELBOURNE^ Thursday. The Second reading ot the Seat Dis- tribution Bill has been carried by 33 votes to 28, In the Victorian Assembly, after the Government saving defeat on minor issues by/the Speaker's vote. The Opposition mode disorderly scenes over,the increase in railway re- freshment/rooms rates, claiming that the rooms' now made a profit. The Min- ister insisted that the app'arent profit was absorbed by overhead expenses.

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YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

YASS An appeal has been launched to raise urida for carrying out additions and ilteratlons to the Yass District Hos- pital at an estimated cost of " £ 8,500 The government has promised to sub ildlse the building fund" £ for _., and Mr. W. T Merriman, of "Merryvllle" .ias oflercd to donate £250 on condi ion that five other donations ol u ko amount can ber piocurred. * » . Mr. Will Thomson, who has conduct- ed a successful News Agency and 'ancy Goods businchs in Yass fojc the .ast 38 >ears, hag sold ouUtq Mr. S. 't Bray of Molong, and Iii taking up /reliât- pursuits on his urópeijy close 'to the town. * . ? The Railway Employees Ai..iual Plc Uc comprising staffs from Wallendbeen Voung, Harden, Yass and Boorowa, for which a varied programme of sporting events is scheduled, will take place n Victoria-Park on' October 11. Busi- ness' people in the tow ni named are dopating the prices. Last years pic-, nie was also hteld In the parki and owing to the ideal situation and ample shade, it...

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LIQUOR TREATY UNITED STATES AND CANADA MONTREAL, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

ÚQt|OR TREATY UNITED STATES AND CANADA MONTREAL, September 14. It is announced from Washington that a new agreement to combat liquor smuggling wilLbe arranged with Canada shortly, similar to that recently nego- tiated between the United States and Great Britain. It is to be merely a business agreement for the exchange of information, and the results are expect- ed to benefit both countries.

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NEW BRIDGE OVER MOLONGLO RIVER [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

NEW BRIDGE OVER MOLONGLO RIVER A contract has been let to Mr. N. McArthur for the construction of a bridge over the Molonglo River, at Captain's Flat, at a cost of £648. This matter was finalised at a meeting of the Yarrowlumla Shire, last Sat- urday. The work is to be completed within twelve weeks from the date of signing the contract. The. New South Wales Government is providing £400, as a grant for the building of the bridge. BLACK FLAT CREEK A bridge will also be erected over the Black Flat Creek near Michalago   at a cost of £250. The Yarrowlumla Shire Counclf has recently completed   an agreement with the New South Wales Government Department for this work.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

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BANK ROBBERY In Broad Daylight ARRESTS MADE PERTH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

BANK ROBBERY In Broad Daylight ARRESTS MADE - PERTH, Wednesday. In broad daylight, and at one of the busiest hours of the day, the Mount Lawley branch of the Western Austral- ian Bank was held up and robbed In sensational circumstances, yesterday. Shortly after noon, two young men walked into the bank and demanded at the revolver point the cash on hand Mr. L. J. Fitzgerald and a lad named K. Lynch, who were on dufv, had no alternative but to accede to the rob- bers' demand. The hold up men took no risk of añ alarm being raised before they effected thpir purpose. After bailing up Fitz- gerald and the boy, tho robbers order- ed them at the point of the revolver into a small strong room, first possess- ing« themselves of.the keys. The strong room door was then locked and the rob- bing of the bank was proceeded with without hindrance. The front office door was closed for the time being to prevent the possible entrance of bank clients. After the robbers had stowed away notes to the value...

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LONDON WOOL SALES London, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

LONDON WOOL SALES h, London, September 14. « The London wool sales opened In^a the to ten per cent, advance. There' was a large attcntance and confident bidding was in evidence». France was bidding actively for crossbreds. ^A to/ tal of 12.0G2 bales was offered. Greas-' les were generally about 5 *per^ cent. above July rates. Scoureds sscarcely showed the same appreciation, but v£pro , slightly above July. All crossbreds showed an advance of tcn.poV ccnt7 *$ . .'*}-* » m A \ ' * ' ' *'

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TRADE WITHIN EMPIRE Australasia Handicapped. NO CONTINUITY OF SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

TRADE WITHIN EMPIRE Australasia Handicapped. NO CONTINUITY OF SUPPLY "Price for Pnce, and quality for , quality, the people in England will al- , ways purchase the Dominion product   or the Dominion manufactured article       In piefeience to the fotelgn product of ¡ manufacture The English people/ate v \ f i nthusiastically alive to the nlcossify\ 4 y ' foi intei-Empire ti adobarte! any^sçhemeX^-'ÎJI that will help futthei that object1 yvill^'CiJ always be assuredyof their stipfcorf " I ^fa This view was expressed bypsfe», R/*/^, Tuinbuty West, who has -aw iveïl^n. ^ t* Australia to explore all avenues) with a ~ ^ view tor£osterim/stlll more iutefislvSy *" ltvJ, h ade. between this country aáflvEnír- z& >.$ land., ^; -< \ T y£j "fWÁ ^'pty Investigations ,-vvlll Aojnöcm *$$*+ themselves with me^t(<wool,'sKÏnseffats** t<\ and tallow," herald A "L, hava^beqn ^ woi King' on this'object in va...

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THE DAVIS CUP Retained by U.S.A. FRENCHMEN FAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

THE DAVIS CUP Retained by U.S.A. FRENCHMEN FAIL France, after fighting Its way into the final of the Davis Cup, failed badly when opposed to United States. Ex- perts over the other side, gave France an excellent chance of lifting the cup, but the cracks ol' America discounted the idea in no uncertain manner. The following weic the result of the trames: - W. T. Tilden (U.S.A.) beat J. Barota (France), «-2, fi-S, G-3. \V. M. Johnston (U.S.A.) ibeat U. Lacosti (France), G-0, G-1, 0-G, G-0. R. N. Williams and V. Richards (U.S.A.), boat H. Cochet and J. Brugen (France), G-l, G--1, G-2. NEXT YEAR'S PROSPECTS. The cables have been daily an- nouncing the possibility of prominent American amateurs turning profession- als, and in this connection, Tilden and Richards are regarded an certainties. If tills Is .so, It opens up the question of America's position regarding the Davis Cup contests. Australia this year was not a com- petitor, owing to her best players bein unavailable, but with the' r...

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SCENE OF THE MURRURUNDI TRAIN DISASTER [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 17 September 1926

SCENE OF THE MURRURUNDI TRAIN DISASTER Portion of the debris conveying an idea of the force of the smash in which 26 lives were lost and 46 persons were injured.

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