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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

FURS OF DISTINCTION S. FOX FASHIONABLE FURRIER, 116 Liverpool Street, Sydney The Best Values are to be had from a Dependable Specialist. WE SPECIALISE IN FURS ONLY Always a large assortment of Stoles, Coat3 and Chokers, etc. for your selection. We have a special country order department, and give every attention to the Tanning, Dvcing, and making up ol Rabbit and Fox Skins, etc., into ¡.'.toles, Coats, Chokei.s, and Rugs, etc., or any desiied guinienl. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. Count ty Oula n Post Free. > S. FOX FASHIONABLE FURRIER, 116 LIVERPOOL STREET, SYDNEY MISS M.. MCINTYRE (late o/l Farmers') MONARO ST., QUEANBEYAN NOW SHOWING THE LATEST , CREATIONS IN SPRING ROBES .£ MILLINERY. "_i_^i__<_ I M., HILLS, Leches' Hairdressing Salon MONARO KTRKJCT, QUEANBEYAN. '" (Opposite St. C:-o£ory's Hall) BODBING; SHINGLING; HOSTON; MARCELLE WAVING; SHAMPOO & SCALP TREATMENT. CHILDREN. A SPECIALITY'. ' ' 'Phone; Queanbeyan 2^0.,

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NERVE NUTS ARE THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

NERVE NUTS ARE THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS loi people who ne ntivv neurotic an tem t 01 um down theie is no MCiUi tome foi lestonm, good he ilth ph>sieil enerL,v md miw foitt than HI YN S IONIC M KM NUIS When von tike Mlt\l M1»» von tin lion esth sa\ dav b> du in ivciv v\av I im 1 tttci md bettet NLKVLNLlfa eo t i/ pei 1 ov (oi si\ bo\ts lol 17/¡) it all chemists md stoits \LH\1 M IS ni is good foi ntl \ es i HL'JN/O IS foi coughs ind colds,

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IN CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

IN CANBERRA Mrs. S. A. G. Brown, of Auckland, is al present spending a holiday with Mrs. Hone, at Ainslie. Mrs. Brown, who is much travelled, is charmed with tlio beauties ol the Territory, luid oetot.j .she proceeds to her home in New Zea- land, Intends visiting Melbourne and Adelaide. Mrs. D'arcy Shelley and family, oE Bega, are guests at Hotel Canberra Miss Jobson, Principal of the Ladies' Presbyterian College,-pymble,.is spend ; the vacation at 'Canberra. ' Miss Jean Campbell, of Malvern, "Vic- toria, has- been spending "a week at Eastlake. Miss L. Edwards, of the Federal Cap- ital Commission Staff, has gone to Tas- mania, to spend her recreation leave. Rev. F. G. Ward and fumily have taken up residence in tlio new Rectory. Tennis Afternoon. Another of the tennis afternoons which go so far towards brightening the lives of the Canberra women, was en- joyed at the Northbourne Courts on Tuesday afternoon, September -1. A number of Blandfordia ladies, including Mesdames R. Smith, Ma...

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MOTOR-CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

MOTOR.CYCLING The Grand Prix of the nations' mo- tor cycle meeting at the Monza track | (near Milan) resulted:-175 c.c. class: Zucchetti, on a Miller averaging 65J miles per hour. 250 c.c. class: Prinl, on a Guzzi, averaging 783 miles an hour. 350 c.c. class: Nuvolarl, an o Ulanchi, averaging 80J miles an hour. 600 c.c. class: Varal, on a .sunbeam, averaging 845 miles an hour. ^ Galil, a well-known cyclist, riding a Oarelli, fell at a bond. Other competi- tors ran over h Im, killin Galil. Two other riders and two spectators were Injured.

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APPEAL LODGED GOLDFIELDS MURDER AN INSURANCE PROBLEM Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

APPEAL LODGED GOLDFIELDS MURDER AN INSURANCE PROBLEM Perth, Wednesday. Mr, Arthur Haynes, counsel for Coulter and Trefferne who are now under sentence of death for the murder of Inspector John Walsh at Kalgoor- lie, has lodged an appeal against their sentence. Haynes said that both men were bearing up well. Considerable interest is being taken in the life Insurance policies for £4000 on the life of Coulter which he has assigned to Haynes. There Is divid- ed opinion as to whether the policies covering the lives of the sentenced persons are payable by law.

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BAD ROADS Mishaps in Race GOULBURN TO SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

BAD ROADS Mishaps in Race GOULBURN TO SYDNEY Several mishaps occurred owing to the bad condition of the road in the Ocle race which was held on Saturday last, between Goulburn and Sydney The contest resulted in a win for R W Lamb (Victoiia), by four lengths, W Buckland (Islington), securing second place Lamb s time was 7 hours 13 minutes, and he thus wins the award toi fastest time, as well as the champ onship nbbon and badte This road race was the longest on tecoid the distance being announted as approximately 131 miles The load between Goulburn and Moss Vale was found to be in a shocking condition, and man> of the riders fell a dozen times in this section of the race Prom Moss Vale to ovei the Razoibatk, the load is also stated te) be ivory patchi, with some bad spots, but fiom there on to Sydne\, the road was j-,ood The race was mai red by one incident this >eai, and that was m connection with allowing some of the ndeis to change over -that it», a ndti whose machine was dis...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

YASS The Yass Bowling Club held thi wcok a successful .dance in aid of clul funds, when a "large gathering spent a'l enjoyable evcn.ng. The financial re suit exceeded expectations. This wax, the. first 'social function , organised by the .Club, »and Is the forerunner -of« a scries of others to be held during: the howling* seai.011. ¡* .The "Boomerang" football team aga'n successfully defended the Jennings-Cup against- "True Blues," scoring: a decisive victory by 1G-8. i Mr. l-l. Trahanas, proprietor of Hume Cafe, has placed his business' at the disposal of the Hospital Committeo for a day on October 9, One third- of¡ the grois taking's will go to the Hospital. This is the third year in which a- day has', boen set apart for the hospital un- der these conditions, the total sliaro for the two previous years amounting to £20, added to which was the Govern- ment subsidy. * *** * * * «? ' i Mr. F. Walker, of "Fairbank," Lod gorton, when starting a motor-cycle on Tuesday, 'has his right ha...

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LORD STONEHAVEN Returning to Melbourne IMPRESSIONS OF THE WEST Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

LORD STONEHAVEN Returning to Melbourne IMPRESSIONS OF THE WEST Adelaide, Wednesday. The Governor General, Lord Stone- haven, and Lady Stonehaven, attended by Flight Lieut. Davidson, passed through Adelaide on their return to Melbourne. During tlielr short stay in Adelaide, their excellencies called at Government House. Lord Stonehaven said that he did no1 desire to make any comment on his trip. They had had a most interesting journey, and he expressed himself as Intelested in Western Australian de t'olopment, the assistance of migration by group settlement, and the great possibilities for pastoral development in the country through to Porth Augusta. Regarding aerial communication with Perth, climatic conditions were excel- lent.

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NOXIOUS WEEDS Federal Lessees Move [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

NOXIOUS WEEDS Federal Lessees Move The Federal Territory Lessees' As- sociation is anxious to keep the toiri tory free from noxious weeds A letter fiom the Association was read at the last meet nu of the Queanbeyan Muni- cipal Council drawing the council s at- tention to the prevalence of noxious weeds within the municipality Ald. Woodgers moved that the Association be informed that the Council will take steps to have the weeds destrojed

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RATES IN ARREARS QUEANBEYAN FINANCES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

RATES IN ARREARS QUEANBEYAN FINANCES Judging1 by the Town Clerk's report ¡\s lead out at the last meeting: of the Queanbeyan Municipal Council' the word ratepayer in that town wants a little_ amending. ' The report showed that, although the funds were on credit to the extent of £483, the amount unpaid in Reneral rates was £2073. From the credit must come the cost of water-metres, wages, and other expenses, and the amount as «nown is all the money at present in hand, until the 1927 rates are available. In the Sanitary Account, the credit was £3C, and the fees outstanding amounted to £800. After discussion on the Town Clerk's report, it was re- solved to issue u warning- to all per- sons who owe rates, that unless these be paid by September 30, legal proceed- ings to recover same, will be taken.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

DAVID DUNSMURE GLOBE HOTEL BOMBALA. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. , Tourists specially catered for. Gai ape, 'Phone 25.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

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HINDOO CREMATED Strange Rites at Lismore [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

HINDOO CREMATED Strange 1Rite$ at Usmgre The cremation was carried out in Lismore last week of a,Hindoo, w'ho had been found dead at Tintenbar. The body was cremated in a small portion of the Lismore general cemetery set apart for this purpose. A chapel has been erected at the entrance to this ground (.a building in the shape of a shed) through which the hearse, bearing the casket, was driven. It is the custom, in a certain part of India, that when a. man dies, he is Immediately burnt or cremated, and this custom is strictly adhered to when.'death takes place in a foreign land. His countrymen cremate the body, and on the following day, the remaining ashes are gathered and sent to his na- tive land and sprinkled on the River Ganges. Deceased's countrymen, who totalled fifteen, took the body and placed it upon the funeral pyre, which was com- posed of large logs of wood, square in shape, erected close by the charred ground where another Hindoo had been cremated some weeks previously. ...

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X-RAY PHOTO EVIDENCE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

X-RAY PHOTO EVIDENCE IN COURT. A curious case was heard during the recent sitting of the Queanbeyan Dis- trict Court, when an x-ray photo was tendered as part of the medical evi- dence. Jane Gordon, of Causeway, pro- ceeded against W. A. Heilly, Causeway ttlfiO, to recover damages for injury caused by the bite of a dog, alleged to_ belong to the defendant. The case was heard before Judge White, and a jury of four, and £!>0 damages was claimed. The plaintiff de- scribed the attack, and medical evidence was given in regard to the physical injuries sustained. Evidence' was given on behalf of the defendant, stat- ing that the dog was quiet and inof- fensive. The jury, after a short retire- ment, returned a verdict for plaintiff, assessing damages at £7/10/-.

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HOCKEY A Strenuous Game NEITHER SIDE TRIUMPHS GOULBURN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

HOCKEY A Strenuous Game NEITHER SIDE TRIUMPHS .GOULBURN, Wednesday. In the final of the knockout hockey competition in Goulburn last Saturday Kenmore A and Gladiators at full time were 2 all. The separate extensions of time wore given, but despite terrific efforts, neither side could score again, and the match must be replayed next Saturday.

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LAND ROSE BOWL QUEANBEYAN TO DEFEND [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

LAND ROSE BOWL QUEANBEYAN TO DEFEND The visit of the Goulburn Railway Ambulance Rifle Club to Queanbeyan, on Saturday next will be of more than ordinary interest to local riflemen. The Goulburn Club is challenging- the Queanbeyan Club for possession of the Land Rose Bpwl, presented by Mr. H. T. Land. I _ ,J The Goulburn Club secured this trophy at the first meeting- of these clubs; but Queanbeyan won it back this year. The following team has been selected hy the Queanbeyan club: Messrs. J. McGiven (captain), J. Charl- ton, H. Beatty, J. Gallagher, V. South- well, A. Groves, G. Hatley, A. K. John- ston, H. C. Taylor, and S. J. Taylor. Emergencies: E. G. Lewis, and M. Mc- Gregor.

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REFERENDUM VOTE GOVERNMENT'S ATTITUDE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

REFERENDUM VOTE GOVERNMENT'S ATTITUDE Senator Pearce In opening the tenth annual conlerence of the National Federation in Queen's Hall, Melbourne yesterday, said that tile Commonwealth Gevernment did not repent having put its referenda proposals to the vote. He still believed that the powers ask- ed for In the referenda were necessary The Commonwealth Government, how- ever, accepted the verdict of the people. The "Yes" vote in New South Wales and Queensland was rather a vote of protest against the form of govern- ment which tlie people In those states had been suffering, than one In favor of the referenda proposals. Members of the federation, he said, should devote their energies to migra- tion schemes and finding markets for Australian products. That was part of the practical side of empire unity.

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PHILHARMONIC SELECTIONS FROM GRAND OPERA FIRST IN CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

PHILHARMONIC SELECTIONS FROM GRAND OPERA FIRST IN CANBERRA Verdi, Rosslne, Donizetti, Offenbach, and, inevitably, Gounod, furnish oper- atic gems which are to be given by the Canberra Philharmonic Society at its third concert in the Causeway Hall, on Monday evening. Under the capable supervision .o£ Mr. E. A. Mowle, the Philharmonic chorus has made rapid headway since Its first concert a couple of months ago, and the society^ in es- saying a higher flight in_ the realms of music will have presented the first operatic performance in the Federal Capital Territory. The bridal scene'from Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, a touching ¡jcene from the closing of II Trovatore, a chorus from the prologue to Tales of Hoffman, and the tragic scene in Othello afford a selection which test the capabilities of any choral society, but to these has been added two acts of Faust. In the presentation of these items, it-has been necessary to enlist the servjces of ar- tists well versed in opera, and in t...

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6,043,924 Australia's Population RAPID INCREASE NOTED [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

6.043,924 Australia's Population RAPID INCREASE NOTED Returns have been completed by the Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. C. H. Wickens) of the population of the Com- monwealth as at June 30 last. The figures show that there has been a substantial Increase in population. On Juno 30, the population of the Commonwealth was 6,043,924 persons, compared with 5,939,288 a year earlier, representing a total increase during the twelve months of 114,686 people. Of this Increase, that from natural sources was 78,627 persons, while the increase due to immigration was 36,089. Males Females Persons N.S.W.1,180,663 1,137,083 2,317,746' Victoria ... 842,832 851,581 1,694,473 Queensland. 464,497 414,899 879,396 S. Aust _ 288,195 270,283' 558,478 W. Aus.201,07« 174,082 375,158 Tasmania .. 104,115 105,268 209,378 N. Territory 2,634 1,139 3,773 F.C.T. 3,57<^ 1,952 5,522 Totals ... 3,08^,642 2,956,282 6,043,924 The records show that since the cen- sus on April }, 1921, the population of Austral...

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WORLD RECORD. Nurmis' Time for Three Miles Vienna, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

WORLD RECORD. Nurmis' Time for Three Miles "Vienna, September 21. Nurnii, the Finnish runner, has es- tablished a new world's record by covering three miles in 14 inlnuteB 72 seconds.

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