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MASTER BUILDERS Developing Canberra FIRST ANNUAL DINNER [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

MASTER BUILDERS Developing Canberra FIRST ANNUAL DINNER The first annnual dinner of the Mast- er Builders' Association of the Fed- eral Territory was held at Hotel Can- berra on Tuesday evening. Speeches which were given after the dinner rang fine sentiments regarding Can- berra, for the concummation of which every member of the association Is working at full capacity. Mr. P. J. McCarthy, president of the association, occupied the chair and among those present were Messrs. J. H. Butters (Chief Commissioner) G. S. Daley (secretary, Federal Capital Commission) Major McDowell, W. S. Brownless, Potts, L. H. Rudd, Rouse, Paynter, McDonald, J. Deans, L. G. Fussell, F. J. McCarthy (President). Chapman, Eggleston, Col. Walker, Thompson, Taylor, Elphinstone, Eden, Bruce, W. Gildea (secretary), L. Bond, W. H. Mason, and J. G. Taylor. In giving the toast of Canberra and the Federal Capital Commission, Mr. John Deans, vice president, explained that the Master Builders Association of the Federal...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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QUEER ROMAN RELIC [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

QUEER ROMAN RE^IC Rome fresh light has been thrown on the Roman occupancy ol,Biltaln. A lccenl discovery of the leg and foot ol gilded bi onze statue has provided new confirmation of fthe disapcaraiice about 120 A.D. of tho 9th. Legion of the Roman army, which moved from Lincoln to York. -»" ' - i} ' ' The relic has lain for 100 years In the charter ioom-ofr tho^ Roxburgshiio lanlord, and linttl'nov^ its true Import- ance has not "been realised. Originally It was found by'a farmer liulhe up lan Is of the'country. Archaeologists consider that the »too^tcar ii} .such as an emperor would hav(e.worn .in "the early pait'of. the secor-d 'century . Tho 'fragment-probably- bQlongeiKto a statue of Trojan or Hadrian, stand- ing in the leglpnary'gortrcss.of York, and, when ,lhc£ fortrose ..wasyiacked, provided jArt of tho loot abundôncd by the raiders.^ - ? * >»

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PERTH MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

PERTH MATCHES Last Saturday's' matches resulted:-'? East Fremantle 12-9, defeated South Fremantle 11-13. East Perth 15-18,' dq featod Perth 10-1L Subiaco U-1G, defeat- ed West Perth 4-13.

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

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

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INTERSTATE MATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

INTERSTATE MATCH The early match between Newtown, the pren»'.er3 of the reserve grade in the Australian Rules competition;- and Alberton, a team of South Australian juniors, at the Erskineville Oval on Sat- urday, resulted in an easy win for New- town, -xyhose pace, dash, and. high marking: x\ero too good for the' South Australians,- who,» * however, pln/cd piuoki'iy." / ?' " , .*? . ' \'-y With the wind'behind them In the .last quarter, Newtown'odde'd' 27 points while Albertont< <=core remained station- ary." The final scores.'were; -¿NEWTOWN ..".. 9-7 ?(01 "points) , 'jCLISÏïRTOÏî. 3-7 (25 f^ohitsl-, . - GoaMuekcrs-Newtown; f Hay ; (S)f Chineen' (3), Crane, Lane and Finlayson. aÀJberton:-iÇrldeanx*(2),'Lanib (Ï). -.' ""After the game) lîie South Australians ¡wcro Interested, spcctators"at-tho.-RÙgby League 'final between University and j3ouJh'Sydney.;^,' -; ," ff; ' "X~, ,-" ' > -, , "'V - . ' ? ' '' ' '. -X - . -A

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CAR COLLISION Verdict for Plaintiff [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

CAR COLLISION Verdict for Plaintiff A case which had created much lo- cal interest was heard during the last sittings of the district court, Quean-   beyan, before Judge White and a jury of four. Kenneth P. Pickering claimed from the Federal Capital Commission £150 for damages to himself and motor car during a collision with a car driv- en by the defendant's servant, near the Hotel Canberra some months ago. Pickering's plaint set out that the defendant's servants negligently and improperly and unskillfully drove and managed a motor car, and that it col- liede with plaintiff's car, and he had suffered loss of wages and incurred medical expenses. Defendant's made a counter claim of £110. By consent the two cases were heard together. The case was very protracted and lasted all the afternoon and evening until 9.15 p.m. Mr. W. T. Tucker ap- peared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Dare for the Federal Capital Commission. A number of plans showing the loc- ality where the accident o...

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Professor Pirani [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

Professor Pirani y - Mr Max l'iranl, pf Melbourne his just been appointed to t,he. full status of Piofessor of Music at the Royal Acadctnj of Music, London of which he has boen acting profe^soi for near- ly a fyeal Piofessor Phanl Is Uîe only Austi alian to hold such a posl,-» tion, and tho youngest piofcssoi of the Acadcim. ,,, ,

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

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

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Music and Snobbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

Music and Snobbery. We weie discussing things in gene Lil thp othei dav Ub i»eoi.lw ao) w.ih an intelhsr>nt and cultivated man ind he expiessed a sort of pious hoi rou at the fact that we found much to admire in the 'movlbs *' Ile seemed to think we weie confessing to a seeiet vice-and wo derailed of making him come" down from his high lioise" by meje aigument ,L it he stepped from it, quite Uncon ??tioiislv himself, when he anuounved that Lis favourite relaxation was i« ading tlue multitudinous nix steiles <int flOvv from the i en of Mr E Philips. Oppenheim TVii, as journalists aie fond of ro uiilu Ungi the meeting broke up lu üiaordpr *" ' Man\{. people who profess an in t^ieit in music aro in much the 1 i si ti on of our friend Tiley take up a highly artificial and 'superioi position that can only be described »ia ?»nobberv ' There is np affectation more nii tatvng than this -The wlio'e woikl of- oidercd sound is oins to enjoy and the intelligent pelion does not «hu...

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NEW ACCOMMODATION HOUSES Four In Course of Erection FIRST REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDING As part of the plans of the Federal Capital Commission for solving the accommodation problems of Canberra, four boarding houses are being erected in different parts of the city, to supplement the accomodation which will be provided by the four large hostels. One of the new boarding houses is unique in being the first reinforced concrete structure in Canberra, while the remainder are being constructed wholly in brick. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

NEW ACCOMMODATION HOUSES Four In Course of Erection FIRST REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDING As part of the plans of the Federal Capital Commis- sion for solving the accommodation problems of Can-   berra, four boarding houses are being erected in different parts of the city, to supplement the accomodation which will be provided by the four large hostels.   One of the new boarding houses is unique in being the first reinforced concrete structure in Canberra, while the remainder are being constructed wholly in brick. Although work was commenced only   in May last, work on the four new boarding houses has proceeded with   despatch, and on four structures con-   siderable progress has been made al- ready. Two of the new buildings are situated on the Southern side of the     river, at Blandfordia and Telopea Park respectively, while the other two are   being erected at Acton and Ainslie re-...

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CAPTAIN FLAT BRICKS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

CAPTAIN FLAT BRICKS Mr. W. H. Mason states that the price of bricks from his new brick- works at Captain's Flat is £5 per thousand at the kiln. Although it is proposed to supply requirements at Canberra as soon as production per- mits this, no contracts have been en- tered into so far by the manufacturers with the Federal Capital Commission.

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

. , TILES NE\VEST CCTLOUR SC111 Vr-> ind DEVIONS r.Y ^ The Australian Tessclated Tile Company, Pty., Ltd. MANUFACTURER? AND DESIGNERS AUSTRAL CHAIVnURS, 39 PITT ST. SYDNEY. Es1 vri^isnr.D iss(> PHONE, NO, .mtm The Tiles fixed in Parliament Hous~ Cnnbci»a, the inspection of which is invited, weie supplied by the Company jiiiiuii3!iiii]iiiiiiii!iiiU!:t::iii!!>!Kiiiii wnmi'.miwAWun:-'i' !1ÍÍJIIII::¡HJ:II'¿: I PURE PORCELAIN ¡ Enamel Baths, Sinks end Baeins S Ab»-o,uttlv loadle v nnd of i ptimunelit ~ white'stainltjs CJIJIII -1»\ r Also Cast iron Cistern, r.nd Seil Pipcc (made to inicia' Cvptt. 1 t JliiuilsHion spi title illoU) V ¡ R. FOREMAN & SON LTD. | WORKS «S. OFriCCS CHAPEL STIEGT, MARRICKVILLE jr SHOWROOM W. E. BEWICKE, VVn fj-llo Jlousc, MARTIN LANE 5 3 Phones L1473, BVV G532. , i Writa foi full infoenatiqp. ~ ^lltlEIlCltlllllllllSlllilllttlltlllllEtllltSIIIIillEllllllllllllllItlllKltltlCllIEItltllllllllllltllli" TIMBER j Builders of Camorra picase » te-VU .»rr,...

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English Cricket Tour Ended MANY RECORDS BROKEN. Woodfuil's Fine Performances ILL FORTUNE FOLLOWS PLAYERS. Although the 1926 Australian Cricket XI, which has been touring England, was not successful in retaining the Ashes, it has broken many records, and the four has been a financial success. The outstanding player of the side proved to be the last player selected, W. M. Woodful, of Victoria, and he returns to Australia with the highest batting average of any player to tour England. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

English Cricket Tour Ended MANY RECORDS BROKEN. < Woodfuil's Fine Performances ILL FORTUNE FOLLOWS PLAYERS. ?*>#-Although the 1926 Australian Cricket XI, which has been touring England, was no1 successful in retaining the «Ashes, it has broken many rccoids, and the lour has \>ecn ? a ftnencial success. The outstanding player of the side proved to be the < last player selected, W. M. Woodful, of yictoria,. and he returns to Australia with the highest batting average of any player to* tour England. rljnot.ccn lnindród iand twenty-six will go down In cricket history as the year in which Australia'« gi eui run of test victories was broken by an improv- ed English X1, and one* in which many long-standing records ^ycro smashed. It will also be remembered for the largo nujpbcr of -drawn matches recorded, duo to peculiar circumsjiinces. When tlje team set forth on its jour- ney, it was generally conceded that lhc team was one of the strongest batting sides that ,...

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BOXING LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE DEFENCE BY DENCIO [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

BOXING LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE DEFENCE BY DENCIO The boxing contesta held in the Causeway Hall on Thursday»night lust, under the auspices of the Canberra Pire Brigade Recreation Club,, attracted a large and enthusiast'.;: audience. ' The programme of eveiiLs in'cludoil boxing and jvi-estling, arid was^pnc of a scries of monthly contests promoted by this 'club. The main contest'of the'evening" consisted,of f if teen -2-rnlnulo rounds; fpi- th e 'lightweight, championship of> the Federal Capital Territory, -and the pos- session of, lhc.lL T. Richardson Belt. "Kid", Boncio,'the tlrsC holder of the Belt, had lo defend his rjghtr' of- pos- session through a chai longo issued' by Jack. Smilh. v The lyeights -WQI-C an- il oimcod.. as-Dcnpio,'8.5; ' Smith, 0.0. The contest went t)io full distance, and evoked great enthusiasm from ,lhe large crowd presont.' At the final flonll, the reforco (Archie Jltimjlton), announced his decision "as a draw, Däncio' thus .re- taining' the Bell. ' Iîotji lads...

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BUILDING MATERIALS ROMANCE OF TILES (F. C. Bartholomew.). [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

BUILDING MATERIALS ROMANCE OF TILES (F. C. Bartholomew)     Every civilisation at its peak, has made use of color in some permanent form, usually that of glazes and glaz- ed tiles. Our own more or less drab   world is spellbound in amazement, if not always admiration, when the   color of an ancient civilisation is spread before our eyes, as in the sensational opening of the Egyptian tombs so recently. Not less epoch-making per- haps, but with less appeal to the pop- ular fancy, have been the returns and     reports from the archaeological exped- itions in all parts of the world, which have reconstructed the past for us.   Every nation or culture, it would seem has made a large use of color in a permanent form during its best period.     Now it Is coming into use in the build- ing of our own country in a surprising way, with glazed tiles and terra cottas carrying perma...

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NOT FOR KEMPSEY RE-BROADCASTING STATION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

ÑOrTOR KEMPSEY RE-BROADCASTING STATION Fiom a number "of country towns In New South Wales, the" íesic^ents* .of, which aie hoping\ojhave a bioaijcast-' ini, stat on in tholr midsi, Kempsey has b »en eliminated-at- least for the pre -, nt This has bsen learnt by En:. Earle 1 'age,_ the Federal kember for the dis- tict, "who has íeccived the following letter fiom the Postmaster General - "Referring to your letter of 27/3/26, to Mi Gibson, ¡if connection willi the i equcst of the Kempsey Chamber of Commerce fbr the Installation of a Broadcasting Relay ^Station at Kempsey, 1 am afraid'theie is no likelihood of such a station being established Ut Kempsey, at all' ovents for some lime lo como The cost, of the lease of thr« telephone,, eil cuit which would be necessary to íelay the progianimes from Sydney, would be prohibitive consider- ing the levçnuo which is likely to be' deuved from the licensees in the Kemp- sey district." _ " t Other cities which have hopes of be- ing made i claying:...

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

Ç ORIENT LINE Royal Mail Steamers to "' , ' London. CALLING AT COtOMBO, CU22, 1-iRT SAID. NAPLES TOULON, - GIBRALTER, and PLYMOUTH ORAMA iORMUZ .. ORSOVA i (RViETO ,OTRANTO Steamer. I Tons 12 000 11 588 12,011 12 133 From Sydney Sept. l8 Oct. 2 Oct.' 10 Oct. v 30 20,000 | Nov. Í3 './UKUISAV.j 20,000 |,Doe. 11 '*v f%A * FARES: ÏU-I ' SYDNEY TO LONDON. ^F-lR.tT- SALOON: Slng-le from £08: - ^ ii" ' , -Return from £172. .""rálRD" CLASS: Single, £38 to £44. iii- -,'?.>', * - Return, £G8 to £,79. \'\%i ' . W- CALVERT ANDREW, - r'\ /Acting General 'MannKCi- In Au'trnlia, ft*,',.îw_\ S<;2,4.4, 0, 'Spring Stiutt, Sjilney. [y 'j Australian Commonwealth 'i"\Vi. ' Line ' ''j'\ ST. UNGULAR SERVICE cf ONE CLASS V PASSBKGRR and CARGO STEAMERS to '%1'ULL anti LONDON (\in llellioni-ne, Ade- laide, Fremantle, bue/., Poit Said, and Ply ,'iiiuuth). . -Cocstal Passengers carried totween Australian Ports of Call. From , Steamar | Tons | Sydney 'LARGS RAY .. .. | 13850 I Oct. 20 IiîLPERANCE ...

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RAIL CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 24 September 1926

RAIL CHARGES Is Canberra to suffer an increase in railway charges as a result of the policy of the Government of New South Wales? The possibility appears to be not very remote, in view of the huge loss which has been sustained by the New South Wales Government Rail- ways during the year which ended on June 30. The auditor general's report, which was made available this week, showed that operations had resulted in   a loss of more than £1,000,000 despite the fact that actual earnings were larger than in the previous year. The loss was due to the increased working expenses largely as the result of the policy of the present State Govern- ment. Increases in wages and the re- duction of hours under the 44 Hour Week Act accounted for an increase of £586,000 in costs, but a heavier interest bill was also a big contributor. The loss has been suffered too at a time when there was fairly general pros- perity, and during a regime when there has been evidence of economical man- age...

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