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"COASTING" IN NEUTRAL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

"COASTING" IN NEUTRAL I Tins is a \oty pleasant mannoi of piogiessmg liut it is one which must be used spai Ingly because while the .,ears ino in neutial the diivei has not the engine in icsoive to help him to contiol the spied and it is well lo rcmómboi tliat leakes may fail lhov ire not, l>k< ly to do so If kept pröieiH adjusted but in mololhig one must .<nep in miniî not only what is pi ob dbll but what Is possible oven if the possibility is Ji athel remote On leillv bad hills of couine no one would use this method because it is then advisable to engage one of the oh li gL irs and save the blakes li oin lelng worn out by long spells of woik JurJrig which the s\ji faces arc bound to 3e heated moto than Is advisable and i hot linke Uko a hot clutch lo* es onie of it-, {flipping powet When dining- on unknown loaijs It s novel wise to coast in neutial when ano cannot &oe the bottom of the hil} ?or toll Jiom tho genoa] configuration pf the land that it...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
KNOW YOUR CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

KNOfW" YOqR CAR On taking dchvcrj of a"new cal most motorists are oveicomo with a desiie to bb out on the op-si to^id on" o\oiy loss bit occasion The fcolln" is nat uial lait new owners will be well io pa'd if they leslsttho temptation to tho jxtent of spending two 01 three hours in male ng themselves thoroughly fam ,1 ai wirti eveiy part ol the ciu and in can ymg out any slight adjustments which may be necessary A stait mav »eil bo madp with the tool kit the pui ppse for vyhich every tool is designed being asceitained and'such ai tidies as the pump jack and gi ease gun being ni'peeled to see ii they aie m a atis ittory condition An inspection oL the hassis ¡should ho madp at the samp time c,pns,ultln" the Instiuetion book sp tint a gpod kcnoial idea di the mo hinieal details of the cal is obtained r(he owner bhould alsp discovu the ">£+sl( st \»ay of changing a wheel erect ng the hood and side screens adjust- ing j.he blakes and so foith A shpit time spent in this mannei m iy su...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

ITATE ADVERTISEMENTS FEDERAL CAPlUVL COMMISSION gTJPARATE TENDERS, accomp ulled by the necessary deposits, will bo lcceivcd until NOON on MONDAY, 17th OCTOBER, 192G, foi the (a) INSTALLATION OP ELEC- TRIC LIGHT AND POWER IN FOUR WEATHERBOARD COT- TAGES AT MILL FLAT, CAN- BERRA (b) INSTALLATION OF ELEC- TRIC LIGHT A'ND POWER IN TWELVE WEATHERBOARD COTTAGES, AINSLIE, CAN BERR \, x Specifications and conditions of con- tract may be -inspected and tender foims obtained -at the offlco of the Federal Capital Commission! 4G Young Street, Sydney, and fiom the Secie taiy, Fedotal Capital Commission, Can- bena. s ' 's ' v Tenders are to'be foi wai dod In an enyelope cndo'i sod "Tender for Electric Light, Mill Flat/'^or "Tendel foi Elec lils Light," Ainslie," as applicable, to the SECRETARY, FEDERAL CAPÍ TAI, COMMISSION, CANBERRA No tender necessarily accepted FEDERAL- CAPITAL COMMISSION >(_ YOUNG TLANTS & SHRUBS FOR SALE rpHE Fedeial Capital Commission ad- vises that young Plants a...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

CANBERRA HOMES ! * NEW BRICK COTTAGES AVAILABLE t, At Eastlake, Ainslie, Red Hill or Blandfordia ftom £1100 01 Tcims froja 10% ÜEPOSIT s BALANCC ríCPAYABLt: AS RENT. J . a * ] t T ii. I *- j -, ' ?>% ¿ 1 A few gefori Business mvestmento available at Civic Centre " and Manuka Shops lo lot \ * ' 1 N QUEANBEYAN COTTAGES, " ' ¡ Built to buyer's* design from £50 deposit-£450 upwards. ,| Agents foi all available Subdivisions ' I "* t Good allotments from £10 deposit. I K Apply, , ( i i ^ ' j = ii i - | W00D8ÈRS & CALTHORPE, j j REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS, j j QUEANBEYAN - EASTLAKE - CANBERRA. j : moore lands; äs FOR AUCTION SALE ON MAY 7th, 1927, R\SY TLR11S -Onh 110 Deposit Ifalance by >6 mental!, instalments Magnificent Building Blocks facing URIARRA ROAD, the Main Attery between Queanbeyan and Canberra. \ These Building Blocks (m iriv «uitable as Business Sites) are splendidly situated being liantlv to Queanbc>an Railvvaj Station and g-enoiil stores with Bonutiful A lews ...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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ACCOMMODATION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

ACCOMMODATION The official reason advanced for theN exclusion of the public from the pre- sentation ceremony of ^hc Speaker's Chair In Federal Parliament House has boen the lacle of space available in the house Itself. ' li" is obvious that with the members of tile Empire Parliament- ary Association, members- of the Sen- ate, House of Representatives, and other notables whoso presence would lio fit- ting, there would lie no room for a pub- lic audience at tho proceedings. Thora is, ,liowfver, another "reason .which vvoufd have made ft desirable to re- strict public attendance were moro space available within the precincts of Par- liament House.' - Accomodation at the present stage constitutes one of the most serious problems In the develop- ment of Canberra. Provision has been made in the -past far tile accommodation of the public and furtlier provision on more extensive lines Is being- made now. But Canberra is growing very fast, and the-present accommodation is being taxed severel...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FOR CANBERRA THE FIRST MOVE HALL AT AINSLIE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FOR CAN3ERRA THE FIRST MOVE HALL AT AINSLIE The first- portioq of the pianV for Canberra of the Presbyterian Church' of.'Australia .will consist of a schpol hall which. .^Ib 'lo be * commenced at Vlnsllc this month. i ' < The erection of the prcmibeswill re- present '-the iii st move made by any church to calpr for the wants of the new Canberra on-the northern side/of the river. Tho hall, however, is part only of a general scheme which com- prises of a elim civ also on the North- ern side of the ¿si ty auld a .Cathedral Church-"near the* main administrative ai ca. "( ' - i ». , Plans for the now hall havoJicen api proved by;thc Federal Capital Commis- sion, and .the . foundation stone is ,to be laid cn'Sunday, Octobpr 24, at, 3 p.m., In the ptescned of Dr. Macintyre, who will como up from Sydney,for the Ceremony. The building will, be con- ducted by Mr. C^Putron, whoso ten-/ vIer, for £2,100 was accepted by the :h"rch. ' ' ?Embodied in tlie now 'hall w...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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SOUTH SEAS PARLIAMENTARIANS TO VISIT MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

SOUTH SEAS PARLIAMENTARIANS TO i VISIT MELBOURNE, Thursday, Por Hie next few weeks, two Federal Parliamentary Committees \v ill lie cruis ng about the Mandated Territories and vho South Seas, in search of appropiiate ividcnce for the >votks committee which ;s concerned <.about a new whait at Rabaul, to'ieplace the one dostrojod by fiie a year ago As it involves more than £25 000, it must be examined by the committee, anti as the committee has to recommend . what Parliament 'ought to do, it considers It should 'se'e whore ^tho whaif is to be built These committee-men, comprising about eight members and a secretary, will embaí k foi Rabaul at Sydney, by the Marsina, on Octobei 7 The Accounts Committee, of which Sit Glanville Ryrie is 'chairman has been asked to investogate the'working of the island shipping: contract undei which Bums, Philp, and Co Ltd, íe ceive a subsidy of £60 000 a jeai for developmental anti mail carrying ser vlcos( and will visit the island, but wil...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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[?]NAMBLE'S FLY TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

100NAMBLE'S FLY TRAP. The manager of the Government!"- Ex'; lorimcnlal "Farm at Coonamble'- lias'-a. .iqw kind* ol' fly trap in use at that 'arm. Tlie trap has not boen, patented and can lie used by any handy mail, is Hie only materials used ,aro empty ictiol tins and â little gauze. It has icon in use for a month, and each fort iiglit"has been emptied, and it was cal- culated that tho flies caught numbered ibout 53,000 each 'two weeks as against (501) In tlie old trap. i

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

DAVID DUNSMURE GLOBE HOTEL BOMBALA EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION Tourists specially.« catered for i "Í Gai agc, 'PJioncjSS. r

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

DODD'S HOTEL COOM A. Mrs. M. Ryan. TOURISTS & TRAVELLERS GARTERED FOR. 'Phone: Cooma II. ROYAL HOTEL BUNGENDORE. Mrs. P. E. Drysdale. Excellent ' Accommodation. Tourists Specially Catered for. GARAGE. 'Phone: Bungendore 19. HOTEL GOULBURN (Under Vice-Regal Palionaga) W. W. CULLEN. Proprietor. To Tourists anil Travellers, this lux- uriously furnished hotel offers a High-Class Cuisine and Service. Large and Comfortable Lounges and "Writing Rooms. ' Hot and Co'd Water in Bedrooms. Sewerage, Electric Light. Lock-up Garages. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. Telephone: C7. ELECTRICAL STACEY & CO. (OP SYDNEY QUEANBEYAN BRANCH For Installations and Alterations carried out at Lowest Prices. LAMPS AND ril'TINGS «STOCKED Address: Crawford Street, opp. Triumph Pictures. SPECIAL LINE - INDEPEMjLáT LIGHTING SCTS. "THE HOME FURNISHER"-QUEANBEYAN ELIAS SOUTHWELL Everything in FURNITURE LINOLEUMS, MATTRESSES, RUGS, and BEDDING The Louât Pnces for See Mu Slock before Qualit...

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HIS MAIDEN OPEN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

HIS MAIDEN OPEN G. H. Tilbrook, of South Sydney A.A. C, gnincd his initial success in "open" company last Saturday by winning the last open event of the N.Ï3.W. season. With a start of lmin. 35scc. the, winner covered the two milos in lOiri. 5 sees. The fastes.! time went to C. B. Weekes (St. George) In 9min. 17secs.; who fin- ished thirteenth.

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WONDERFUL FEAT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

WONDERFUL FEAT J. Careton. on Saturday last won' the Championship of St. Joseph's College athletic sports, and the Jubilee Chal- lenge Cup. Despite adverse conditions he equalled the 100 yards record, and beat the record in the broad jump by 9 inches. His victories included 100 yards in llsecs., 220.in 23, 440 in 55 secs., SS0, 120 yards hurdles ^in 17 l/5s., broad jump 19ft. 9ln., and putting the Oiot, 34ft. 7?.ins. ' ' ,. Sydney Grammar School's 53rd Sports Meetin did. not result In' any records ,>eing broken. . The only notable p'er 'ormance was C. Kiel's 24 4/5 sees, in 'he 220 yards championship under IG, icing only 3/5 sees, outside P. W. Bayl Jon's school record established in 1920. Kiel also won the 100 yards' champion- ship in 11 1/10 sees. In 1924 and 1925 he won 100 and 220 yards champion- ships under 14 and 15 years respect- ively.

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TASMANIAN CHAMPION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

TASMANIAN CHAMPION IjOii Neltleford, amateur t?olf champ- ion o£ Australia, won the amateur tille of Tasmania last Saturday by defeat; nig: R. T. Brown by ó up and 4 to play. Brown, who'is only 20. years of age, put up a splendid performance, and at the conclusion of IS holes was two up. Nettleford's superior knowledge, how- ever, stood to him and 1 he made an excellent recovery and wph the covete'd Twenty seven minutes two seconds outside the Victorian record of 4hr. 25 m. 17.SCCS. was the time taken by E. C. Winstanley (St. Stephen's Harriers) in retaining his title of 25'miles walkiHg champion last Saturday. L. T. Row ney (Melbourne) vçns second, and H.> Cowell (St.JStephen^ third,, ?

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N.S.W. LOAN SHUNNED BY INVESTORS UNDERWRITERS HARD HIT. LONDON, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

N.S.W. LOAN SHUNNED BY INVESTORS UNDERWRITERS HARD HIT. LONDON, September ?9. Subscriptions to the New South Wales B^pei cent loan of £4,000,000, issued at 97, has closed this morning. XJnderwilteis were left with S4 pa cent of the issue on theil hands _- .. \ The terms fcf the Issue are appai entm- in keeping with the money 'market, but the fact that only £640,000 was sub sciibcd byylm estox s in the financial capital points distinctively to lack ojl confidence in the piesent Government of the issuing State

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

more women than ever before are wearing Sonet's SYLf^RTO EVER since its inti oduélion Bond's "Sylk Arto'^has been by far the most populat stocking in Australia Great as has been the normal demand it hat, been far ex- ceeded during the last two months Thet e has been an ins ¿tent call for more and yet more "Sylk Arto " and the reason is that women everywhcie have g ven instant ap- preciation to the fact that to day "Sylk Arto,' owing to the heavy increase in the Pure Silk contents of the mirmt« able "Sylk-Arto" thread, is a far better stocking than ever before i With its Beauty, Service, and Value enhanced "Sylk-Arto" now enjoys 'a vogue amongát women who never previously would nave considered a shocking at (5/l^L goodenough for their use That's why more women than ever before are wearing Bond's "Sylk Arto " The new "Sylk-Arto" is obtainable in up- wards of 80 shades which will not spot, - streak or smudge in the wash Sold every where by good Austra- /L /I | lian Drapers Per pair t^/...

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A PRETTY BOUDOIR CAP [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

A PRETTY BOUDOIR CAP Contrary to expectations, the ordin- ary boudoir cap Is not becoming to every woman. In fact, a mob-cap usually suits only the very young or the frankly old. But here is a .simply made cap «.hat is delightful for those'of IhCjinany 'in between" years. Take half a j ard of'' ribbon "four .nthe.3 wide, and make a,neat hem at each end. Thts forms, tua centre 'of the cují from forehead ' io napo of neck, l'lien two lengths of' lace are,required, each 23 inches long, and -1 inches'wide. Gather each piece into u rosette,"pulling thfc centre quite tlnht. Join, 'each ros- ette neatly and Invisibly one oithct side ol the centre'headpiece. There' should be no gathers ot) the outer edge, the edge of.the rosette resting quite .'plainly on the edge of tho ribbon. This «leaves about six inches of oach rosette to form tin- lower edge of the cap. Sew a wee posy of flowers In the eenti'e of each ear plerçp, and, if desired, tiny flow ors muy be seirn ' at Intervalo where the Inc...

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Charlie's Latest [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

Charlie's Latest ' Charlie Chaplin's vast following in the movie world has 'no1 viewed' with favour tho coteod'an's recent tendency to depart from the typo of rolo which made him famous. "Slapstick," and nothing bul slapstick is demandpd from him, and his audiences will, have no- thing to do with -lila essays In pathos. "Thp Gold Rush" proved somewhat of a disappointment 1jecau.se it conta'ned so little of tlie old Chaplin".' /Apparent- ly, tho little man with the bowler and big. boots has made np"-his «mind to re- form, for the news from Hollywood Is thal his latest picture, "The Circus," Is in the familiar and popular vein.. It Is, in fact, a low-brow comedy. Chaplin will be seen as a ringmaster and tight- rope walker. He has chosen Miss Mer- na Kennedy as his leading Jady.i '

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LEICESTER SAVING MONEY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

LEICESTER SAVING MONEY Ono great English town, at any rate, Was prospeious in 19^5, .prosperous and thrifty to. The havings of- the citizens of Leicester weni-up by no less than sK million pounds in the year, equal to £16 for,fC\ery¡man, wo- man, and elilld of her population . This has been largely due to a re- volution iiv the bosloiy and knitted goods ti ade, brought about jointly by fashion and the rcsotirsefulnoss of munufarjluiers. "The (boot and shoe ti ade- has also been exceedingly good, and in the closing weeks of the year the factories were swarmed with or-' dora for Russian boots.

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British Opera's Future [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

British Opera's Future ,Sir Henry'Wood,' the" eminent com- poser, ^yho' has been "giving a series of fornia), shrdlu laoin* cmfwyp vbgkqj eight concerts at Hollywood (Cali- fornia), in commenting on-his journey, said: ."I'produced twolveAvorks of Bri- tish composers, and all.proved extreme- ly popular." He ? described ' Californian aijdlences as "most attentive, keen, and appreciative. There aro u,ix British composers «writing. British music in, England.", added Sir Henry, "and they iorm the strongest school In the world."

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