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

NURSE F. A. BRITON A.T.N.A. R.M.N. EASTLAKE. MISS G. A. PAUL A.S.C.M., L.S.C.M., F.S.C.M.,     EASTLAKE.         GOLD MEDALLIST.     Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin, and Theory. Visits Queanbeyan every Saturday. Studio: Blue Bird Cafe.       MISS M. MCINTYRE (late of Farmers') MONARO ST., QUEANBEYAN NOW SHOWING THE LATEST CREATIONS IN SPRING ROBES & MILLINERY. I. M. HILLS Ladies' Hairdressing Salon MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN. (Opposite St Gregory's Hall) BOBBING; SHINGLING; BOSTON; MARCELLE WAVING; SHAMPOO & SCALP TREATMENT. CHILDREN A SPECIALITY. 'Phone; Queanbeyan 229   J. W. PROWSE Hairdresser & Tobacconist EASTLAKE. Ladies' Haidressing a Speciality.   KODAK SUPPLIES STOCKED. "His Master's Voice" 'Phonographs and Records.     Bebarfalds' Mail Order Catalogue not only ...

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WHITE CITY RECREATION CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

WHITE CITY RECREATION CLUB FORMED.   At the White City Camp on Wednes- day, a large and enthusiastic number of residents founded "The White City Re- creation Association." The Association, will in turn, foster the formation of organisations to pro- mote sports and entertainments gen- erally. Capt. Honeyset had previously inau- gerated this movement, and as Officer- in-Charge of the Social Services De- partment, has officially offered definite encouragement. He announced that something more than £111 was avail- able for tennis court construction, and also that a cricket playing location was being selected. Local voluntary labour   will supply the rest. Thoroughly representative committees were formed, with Mr. A. Ryan as general chairman, and Major Griffith as hon. secretary (pro tem.)   Mr. A. Campbell (the mess caterer) promised to provide a piano-player, which would be available for dances, when approved, within the local recrea- tion hall.

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AMUSEMENTS STAR THEATRE, QUEANBEYAN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

AMUSEMENTS STAR THEATRE, QUEANBEYAN A novel film, Frank Hurley's "Jungle Woman," an exotic drama photograph- ed amid, the scenery of Papua, was shown at the "Star" Theatre, on Sat- urday last and proved very popular. The photography was excellent, and the plot, if somewhat hackneyed, was well sustained by the principals, while the scenes depicting: native life in the tropics, struck a new note in motion pictures. On Monday and Tuesday, Thomas Hardy's classic, Tess of the D'Urber- villes" was screened, with Blanche   Sweet as the unfortunate Tess. This tragic story of the Wessex County was directed by Marshall Neilan, which is a sufficient guarantee of its artistic treatment, and the scene depicting the final meeting of the heroine, and Angel Clare, was full of intensity. Stuart Holmes portrayed the sinister. Alec   D'Urberville. The supporting films were also good.

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FEDERAL CAPITAL Beauty & Production PASTURES, CROPS, AND FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

FEDERAL CAPITAL Beauty & Production PASTURES, CROPS, AND FLOWERS. (By "Agronome.")   In the construction of the Federal Capital, a splendid designed city sit- uated in quite a magnificent scenic setting, every possible modern civic convenience has been first provided so that the future population will be much better catered for than has been the case in the development of any other city in Australia. The Capital will grow in population and the beauty anticipated by its de-   signers will surely add to its charm and dignity. The territory, surrounded by some of the most picturesque   mountain ranges in Australia, contain several famous old holdings and homesteads. The climate should soon establish it as being the healthiest capital city in the world, for, with   one or two exceptions, it stands at a   greater altitude than any other capi- tal. The range of temperature and   rainfall also provides it...

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

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HER MOTHER'S NAME [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

HER MOTHER'S NAME The infant Princess Elizabeth act- ually is one life nearer to the throne than was Cueen Victoria at the time ai her birth. The latter was only fourth in the Royal line, though the death of her father and George III subsequently brought her two lives   nearer to the succession. The new Princess is taking the name of her mother, as did Queen Victoria, though after a family dispute, says an auth- ority. The Duke of Kent decided to name her Alexandrina, after tho Em- peror Alexander of Russia, and the Prince Regent, annoyed that she ivas not to be named Georgina, after him- self, said: "Then give her mother's name also. So Victoria was added at the christening: font.

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CANBERRA RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

CANBERRA RIFLE CLUB Rifle shooting is a cosmopolitan sport. -It has its devotees in every grade of'tío-in every part of the world. Canberra is no exception-in fact, followers of the shoot in Federal Territory ¡tue a vory strong- body. A shoot js hold evoiy Saturday at the Duntroon Rifle Range. The last Sat jrday in every month ia allotted to the Club Shield Shoots. This .shield-'is. won qifartferly-the .aggregate of the' three previous shoots to count-and is1 held by ¡lie Wirjjner Curing the ciisiuns ¡uarter. À , The thlj-d featunflay ¡n eaefi month is devoted tit .fc!ie Sllve» Spoon Shoolt; (Handicap included). This trophy was piWftted» by Mr. H. G,-Mcintosh. Messrs AjiMcIniici.s' and W. Allon $ave .ateii wonjil tfihl.s.compètils-vm* ^ . -. Oin Sat¡n'|dáy, August 21,'¡the Canberra 2lub compttedi against the Queanbeyan Hifle Club] flpr the Land Rose Bowl' rophy. \l Avas a clo.iely corflcstedí hoot, aiiifitliQ Qtieanhoyan Club won >y G po¡ftt.s\ ldn.s the intention of the ocal clu...

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G. P. S. ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

G. P. S. ATHLETICS The Great Public Schools athletic season was opened in Sydney' on Sat -irday AVIICII Sydney Church of England Grammar School, RlvervioAv ollege, Newington ' College, and Cranbrook School conducted their annual meet- ings. No records were broken at New- ington, AVhile at Riverview the only school records to bo bro,ken Avcre in the junior hurdles. t At Cranbrook many records Avcnl/to the Avind,.thc most outstanding performance being R C. Smith's effort ,in the 220 yards championship Avhich lie Avon in 231 seconds.

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

  GOULBURN. The well-known Goulburn footwear manufacturers. Gillespie and Co Ltd., have, owing to financial difficulties paid off over (?) employees last week. The work of carving and erecting huge tablets for the war memorial on Rocky Hill is nearing completion. The tower has already been opened,   and attracted many tourists, and the completed Mausoleum and tablets will be unvieledon next Armistice Day. The Goulburn Lawn Tennis Assoc- ation has been registered as a limit-   ed company with a view to a pur- chase of a site and preparation of district tennis courts. Much conflict is in the air on the question of the setablishment of num- icipal abattoirs. A deputation of local aldermen recently visited the New- castle abattoirs. So far no definite decision has been reached.   At the Annual Meeting of the Goul- burn District Star-Bowkett Society     the chairman of directors, Mr. J. Duf-   fy a...

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RAIL SERVICE Direct to Canberra ADDITIONAL TRAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

RAIL SERVICE Direct to Canberra ADDITIONAL TRAINS During last month additional trains were provided between Canberra and New South Wales stations, and will nection with Sydney and Melbourne, and providing through passenger jour- neys. At present the through trains run on Fridays only, but it is only a matter of time before they must come to stay on week days as well. The railway Department announces in connection with the improved ser- vice that an additional train will leave Goulburn on Fridays only at 6.40 a.m. and be due to arrive at Canberra at   9 a.m.. It will return from Canberra at 8.20 p.m., arriving at Goulburn at   10.45 p.m.. The 7.50 a.m. mixed train from Queanbeyan to Goulburn, week-days, will, on Fridays only, leave Quean- beyan at 6.35 a.m., and arrive Goul-   burn at 10.50 a.m.   senger accommodation) Goulburn, to Queanbeyan, week-days, will on Fri- days only, leave Goulburn at 10.45 a.m. and arrive at Queanbeyan a...

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

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

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MOVIES AND RADIO [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

MOVIES AND RADIO Within recent years two exceedingly interesting experiments in emotional expression have been initiated on the   greatest possilbe scale - the so-called "moving picture drama" and the radio- drama." In both cases a single sense is made to perform work, which, in nature, is divided between seeing and hearing. It is the object of the maker of moving pictures to discount, so far as may be posible, the sense of hear- ing; it is, or will be, the object of the authors of dramas intended for broadcasting to discount sight. The spectator at a moving picture enter- tainment, is in a sense, tricked into forgetting that, for the time being, he is a deaf man. The "listener-¡n" is not suffered to realise his blindness. Immense numbers of young people now receive their emotional education in the   "picture-houses." The time cannot be far distant when they will supplement this training by "listening-in' to dramas specially constructed for wire- less trans...

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GARDEN NOTES. A "TIMES" FEATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

GARDEN NOTES. A "TIMES" FEATURE. -----   With more than 100 new     houses coming into occupation     in Canberra within the next few months, considerable alterations     will be devoted by residents to   the making of gardens and   lawns. Probably in no other   part of Australia will there be the need of hints for laying out   gardens, information regarding   the species of shrubs and   flowers which best suit the   climate and general data re- garding the exterior decora- tion, of homes, as in Canberra. At an early date, "The Can-   berra "Times" will provide   weekly cultural notes, speci- ally adapted to suit Canberra     conditions, which it is hoped will assist considerably the real- isation of plans for the garden city.   &nb...

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

¡pniiuniiH^^ Tew Spring Goods N I ¡Y j\L decirc to annource that oar Buyers have been busy selecting VV SMART NZW GOODS for Spring and Summer Wear LR INDENTS TROM OVCRSÇA3 are larding and we shall #c GI Hy be showmg a a CorapJetc Ranga of Up-to-lhe-Moment Goods « in rvîillm'êiy, Dresá Goods, Mantles, Manchester and Furnishing, etc., etc. G I R ff THE LIVE FIRM j UN Universal Providers Jn :: . Canberra and Queanbeyan II Íílíllí!ffií¡¡¡l!if^ KarauttMflf inn rj-wùfcg TOTAL FUNDS SF^3 ANNUAL INCOME* £32,275,207 \m?MY/ £15,849,685, Transacts All Classes of insurance '(except Life) m the Federal Territory Representative al Canberra - JOHN DEANS WHAT DICKENS SAYS ABOUT THE^ jl-J. II A\il lie intoiortliiE to the Public to inte tliiSíSlio nut ior Chmljs Dukin« refus to tim ' Inoeiibw. m the late cnl'id J he Po iitlin_hi use - Skadips In BO? In it Ans Tibbs tin hip] w-r of a e.011 .. i i ii i"liou_i3 ls tiismbiil us listening tCMilhii AM th "li J A eiison outbidc n norn in Avhicli the; nimiU ...

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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

Hiimiiiimiiiuiimimtitmitti i * «Sr i» <. . -si. ty; * J Australian Wines VI What the Industry means to the Commonwealth. Six reasons why you should support it. / 1.-It is a Primary Industry, and it draws Wealth v from the Soil. 2.-There are £18,000,000 Invested in the Wine Industry. 3.-With the exception of Cork and Oakwood, all ? the accessories required in the Industry v are Australian-Made 4-Wine is of Undoubted Value in Health and , . Sickness. 5.-Wine aids Digestion and acts as a Stimulant and , a Tonic. < . fi*** ! £.-Eminent Doctors, including Lord Dawson, of \ ; |^ Penn, Physician-in-Chicf to the King, recom * ** -f mended alcohol to be taken in the form of Wine, ' f such as Burgundy, Port, Sherry, and Sparkling , I ' Wines, both in Sickness and in Health. i LINDEMANS WINES Are made under the most Hygienic Conditions, and are Superior to those grown in anv other part of the World. All good judges drink LINDEMANS WINES. Join the K ing and the Prince of W...

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RUGBY LEAGUE SYDNEY TEAM WINS In a match replete with good football, Eastern Suburbs team from Sydney, defeated the Warriyals at Queanbe[?]an on Saturday last. The game was full of interest from the k[?]ck off, and the result was no disgrace to the Warri[?]als; the narrow margin of seven points only separating their score at the conclusion of the match, from the Eastern suburbs who reached the semifinal stage in the metropolitan rugby League first grade competition this season. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

RUGBY LEAGUE SYDNEY TEAM WINS In a match replete irii/i r/ooi foot hall, Haslem Hub it ros leam from Si/diiey, defeated the Warrii/ais at, QtieaiitieiKin on Saturday last, '¡'he .onmc iras full of interest from the /..eh- off, and the result teas no dis- grace lo the Warriaals, ilia- narroio maisiln of sereu poinli only separ- ating their score at the conclus- ion of the niatcli, from the Kast c i II suburbs ic/ip reachèH the semi anal staqe in the ¡netrojiolitan Huy hij Jjcaoue first ¡jrade competition III .S .SCCÍÍ.OI1. The match which .was played at iiip.ij-.beyan Faik, in the presence of ii out 1200 people, had created much oi au nietest, .not only because the vls toi'-i had loac'hed the semi-final stage n Hie .Sydney coaipetitlfin this season, iut alto fiom the fact that the Warrl î.ils had performed brilliantly this year. That the Eastern Suburbs, although behr passing combination work Avas a real" to watch, did not entirely over ibadow the local boys, is shown by the. csult o...

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AUSTRALIAN RULES FINAL FEDERALS WIN IN FINE STYLE Great Match Under Ideal Conditions The Federal Rovers won in convincing style in the Federal Capital Territory Australian Rules competiton, played at Northbourne at Saturday last. Ideal conditions prevailed, and a large crowd turned out to see the match, to which considerable interest attached. acton had up to the semi-final proved invincible, but on the previous Saturday, the Federal had scored a victory which they repeated on Saturday last, thus securing a premiership. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 3 September 1926

AUSTRALIAN RULES FINAL FEDERALS WIN IN FINE STYLE Great Match Under Ideal Conditions The Federal Rovers won in convincing style in the Federal   Capital Territory Australian Rules competition, played at   Northbourne on Saturday last.     Ideal conditions prevailed, and a large crowd turned out to     see the match, to which considerable interest attached.     Acton had up to the semi-final proved invincible, but on the   previous Saturday, the Federals had scored a victory which     they repeated on Saturday last, thus securing the premiership.   Long before the grand final match in the Australian Rules Competition was to commence on Saturday last, a big crowd had lined the field bound- iries in the Northbourne Oval. Spec- ial buses werer run from vaious parts of the city and a large space in the rounds was occupied by cars. Ide...

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