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PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY A Successful Entertainment OPERA HEARD IN CANBERRA The third concert of the Canberra Philharmonic Society was held at Causeway Hall on Monday evening. The performance consisted of operatic selections heard for the first time in Canberra, and proved highly successful. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY A Successful Entertainment OPERA HEARD IN CANBERRA' The third concert of the Canberra Philharmonic Society was held at Causeway Hall on Monday evening. The performance consisted of operatic selections ^ heard for the first time in Canberra, and proved highly successful. t it,1 For many minutos before the con- cert began, the. Causeway Hall was filled to its capacity last Monday even- ing. Outside, the hall a large array of cars was parked on'all sides, number- ing more than two hundred.' The frotithrows of, the hall -were occupied by the visiting meihbcrs of the Master Builders' y Association- of »New "South 'Wales, who were the guests of the evening. Mr. -p.*-H. Gorman, Federal Capital CommlsshjfiV was' present with the mastbr builders. \j^ ' THE PROGrtAMME. Suppe s overture to Dichter und Bauet which is certainly the best known work in these dajs sot the Austiian compo&èjv aff ot ded a subject delicately lendercd hy the orchestra which por tiayed with ...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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OPIUM HAUL Smugglers' Ruse Fails Find in Melbourne MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

OPIUM HAUL Smuffîïîers' Ruse Fails Find in Melbourne MJ3LBOURVE, Thunda y, Adopting hew methods, an opium gang neal ly "succeeded in getting ashore. yo3terday* from the steamer Tanda,-10G tins of opium, valued at £3,000. The fallut e of the scheme was due to the absence of those who should have^ claimed two cornsacks, which Awere among the last cargo to come ashore. It was. only an accidental examina- tion by, the customs officers ll^t rp vealed the opium, which was the largest haul * in Melbourne for many j cars. - » '? The opium, with" opium pipes and rolls "of silk was found on the 'wharf hidden in,bran bags, after they had boen landed ali cargo. , Customs' Officers s»ay that this is the best opium haul for ycais.

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ATTEMPTING A FLIGHT TO THE ISLANDS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

ATTEMPTING A FLIGHT TO THE ISLANDS ') CAP7. VyiLLIAMSi who is to fly from Australia to Samoa, with Mrs. William». »»

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AIR TRAGEDY Plane Crew Incinerated PARIS, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

AIR TRAGEDY Plane Crew Incinerated PARIS, September 28. A' French military aeroplane during night .manouvres, crashed at Bonneval, and the crew of live was incinerated.

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BANKERS' VISIT Commonwealth Bank EARLY BUILDING PLANS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

BANKERS' VISIT Commonwealth Bank   EARLY BUILDING PLANS V visit was pa d to Canberra last week end V>i thice high officials of the Commonwealth Bank of Austialla who wen» engaged in a tour of Southern New South Wales.   Mi James Kell Go-v ornor of the Com- monwealth Bank Mr Aimitage chief inspector and Mr Hull Sidney man agei ai rived in Canberra on Satin dav morning fiom Goulburn The party was accornpanied by, Mr Lauderdale Who is in Australia representing the National 'qitj Balik' of New- Yoi le Duiing theil stay the Commonwealth. Bank officers inspected the bank s site at C vic Centre j/hich is now levelled in t eadlness foi the commencement of the building It is expected that a com- mencement will be ornado with the banl s new premiaos »absout November 1 ne\ on Monday^ morning > ' Mr Lauderdale haè been in Australia l'or several monthoi'as the emissary of his banking houso which io one of the New \orlt nguicitb of the Common wealth Bank and will b...

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HEROIC AND MANFRED Racing Starts Doubtful MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

HEROIC AND MANFRED Racing Starts Doubtful MELBOURNE. T'mrsdnv. Doubt sim exists as to the ability «> «ace Heroic and MnnCrpd.

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WRINKLES "Water of Youth." [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

WRINKLES "Watec of Youth.' Whether one wi;inkles early or late in, life depends very largely on the type of skin one possesses. Very dry skins wrinkle early; thoso that are well provided with natural oils later, uijless they are inclined to l;>e 'oose i and flabby, when the wrinkles form almost as early as on a dry skin and generally depper. Cream, which Is a sovereign remedy for lines-an£ wrinkles, must be used with caution pn a, flabby, skin, for thp slightest fijiptipn, will stretch It and» make the wrinkles deeper than .before. When applying cream for the removal of a wrinkle, never, rub it in. Smear it over the line or wrinkle, . then tap it ni,' with Ihe' flngpr. Tjhoro is on the inai;kot a little myenllon for applying cream in lins way. It is not expensive, and i.s much, better; than 'tapping with the fingers, for it stimulates the sk'n. bringing tho blood to the surface, wh'eh helps to make the treatment more ef« fectivc. . " A lotion which has a marvellous effect m preve...

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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

A FAIR COMPARISON OF ' * 0. K. Elliott's Cash Furniture Values AT THEIR FACTORY SHOWROOMS. You can l>m ¡i nilST-Cl.ASS 5ft. BEDROOM SUJTE for£33/15/ Tlial'will .'»'?I U)" .'iiiy^vlierfiplso in Sjdnry, £1T,. i iTTVURIOUH LOUNGE 3-riRCE SUITE, Select Your Own Covering, For ..£15/10/ Tliat will eos I Min £22 anvwhei'p elèc. The Reason is simple; we make them ourselves, using first class material, put together by competent artisans, under the direction of one of the firm. I £80,000 v/orth of 1926' Ideas of. Home Furnishings to Select from, All Marked in Plain Figures, Factory Prices. We manu- facture from any design or catalogue. The trade supplied. Oneil for Imsim".«., S a.m. lo G p.m., MONDAY to THURSDAY; FRIDAY, Sam. '« .>;'" I"11 SATURDAY, 8 a.m. to 1 pin. Free Delivery within 20 miles, Country Orders well packed, put on rail or boat free. We accept cn bli orders from Hip Camperdown Estate and Cash Order Co 9 doors 11 oin our showrooms. O. R. ELLIOTTS, LTD., MANUFACTURING COMP...

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NERVE NUTS ARE THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

NERVE NUTS, ARE' THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS For people' who are nervy, neurotlp, unaohuc, or run-down, there is no greater tonic for "restoring good health, physical energy, and' nerve force than HKAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS. When you take NERVE NUTS you con. hon- estly say: "day hy day, in every way, 1 am better and better." NERVE NUTS cost 3/- 'per' box (or six boxes for 17/3), at \ all chemists .and stores. NERVE 'NUTS are ás good for nerves as H12ENZO is for goughs and colds.

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

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—RIFLE CLUB'S MATCH LAND ROSE BOWL REGAINED BY GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

-RIFLE CLUB'S MATCH LAND ROSE BOWL REGAINED BY GOULBURN After a closelv contested shoot, the Goulburn Railway Ambulance Rifle Club defeated Queanbeyan on Saturday itûa in li match to decide the right to /hpld the Land Rqfc>e Bowl. i' The trophy was won frorq Goulburn by the Queanbeyan Club on January 2. of this year and the challengers only Regained conti ol of the trophy by tho< small margin of fiye, pqlrçts la teatn ag- gregates' of mote than 700. ,'Weathei conditions on the Queatv heyan Club's tange rendered shooting difficult owing to a rear wind and mir- age Mr. S Parks, of Goulburn obtain- ed the possible ut 500 yards and put up the best score for his side thereby gain- ing the right of holding the trophy whjle ¡t is, in the possession of his club Mf. H C Tay lot, of Queanbeyan, se- cured the possible at COO jards. The match was closely, contested {.hioughout'and when the last two mern on each side commenced lo shoot, oqly eight points separated the aggregates of...

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

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KING CRICKET ENTHRONED Season Commences on Saturday 24 TEAMS TO TAKE THE FIELD The 1926-27 season of the Federal Territory Cricket Association will open on Saturday, when twenty-four teams will participate in the initial matches. The large and widespread interest which has been displayed in the premier summer sport so early in the, season, gives every indication that the season will be a most successful one. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

KING CRICKET ENTHRONED Season Commences on Saturday 24 TEAMS TO TA^E THE FIELD , î The'1 926-27 season of the Federal Territory Cricket ; Aqspciatipn will open on Saturday, when twenty-four" teams will participate in the initial matches. The large and widespread interest which has been digpla.yed in the premier summer sport so early in the, season, gives every indication that the season will be a most successful one. Last year, ton toams yvcrc affiliated with the lfedöral "i'eÎMitory Cricket As- sociation, 'and participated in a one ^rgeje epirjpptitibn. Those teams were: McCarthy'^ .XI.,' We'strjdge, . North bóuiñe, " Ainslie, Capberi-ji, " Duntroon, Cade't's, Eastlake, AVes'tlake, anti" Hall. Tlif! pjes'enj: sq'asqn ¡,'eps the nurnbp)' of clubs'ajh^iatpd'inp'r'eàsed to i Gi V"-*1 tP agg|e'çnto/°î 2-J teams,' divided in(p two ¡4 cades of 12 tçamVl«! pp.elí. In oedpr has divided'the A Grade teams into two .sections. . , With the, increase hi population of the Cjty diirlng tlie ' pas...

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The Metropolitan ONE MILE AND FIVE FURLONGS To be run October 4, 1926 [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

The' Metropolitan ONE MILE AND FIVE FURLONGS lo bo um Oclobci 4, 1926 st. lb. Rapine .... 9 Ö Pantheon .. 9 ö Sppaifeltt ..D4 Fuji San l 9 8 Count Cavour 9 0 Star Sti anger S 9> VuUimita ..87. ViL.'itv ..8 6 Pbattqon .. S 4 Regent co .. S 3 I irlspui .. 8 1 Mountain Pi'lice r. .Ï* 7 30 st lb Stony .. .. 7 9 Donald .. .. 7 7 Fuddle C. .'. 7 5 Huh hillbrook 7 0 Cha'der , ... 7 0 Ih r luman .. 7 0 North Logan 6 Ô Whizbro ... 6 7 Lucj; Thrice G 7 Solomon .... G 7 Boonala ..67 Bacchus K. 6 7

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EPSOM HANDICAP ONE MILE To be run October 2, 1926 [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

EPSOM HANDICAP ONE MILE To be run October 2, 1926 ^ st. lb. nt. lb. Fuji Pan .. 9 9, BalbttP .. .. 7 il'( Red Gauntlet-9 2 Quail '1 art .. _7 10* Amounis :. 8 11 . - King Cyliene 7 10 Bravado ... 8 4 aVio Cause 7 S Mu'kbawn . , 8 4 Ilbcatoh . '. 7 2 Hampden .. "8 2 Doh Moon .. 7 2 V'oddlng Eve S 0 .Pigeon Pie '.7 0 Aorangi ". ; 7 12 Kulare .. .. 6 12 Stony .. ' .. 7-11 Chris .... 6 9

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SPRING MEETING Australian Jockey Club. Final Acceptances A.J.C. DERBY ONE AND A HALF MILE To be run on October 2, 1926. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

SPRING MEETING Australian Jockey Club. Final Acceptances * A.J.C.. DERBY ONE AND A HALF MÍLE To be run on October 2, 1926. > - st', lb. Valastan ... 8 10 Raron .S ,10 Royal Tea*!. SIO' Minfort _ S' 5 Kapia _ S 5

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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

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SWITZERLAND SERIOUS FLOODS GENEVA, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

^SWITZERLAND SERIOUS FLOODS GENEVA, Soptoiubci 2S ' Wide aica« ol SwiUrciUnd .ne pn'eatoilqd by floods * The. town cf Lca\ ev i lias 'Jiecn completely flooded aid It ?'is'.'feaied ithe-ifamoils thcimrl Springs lla^e been lucparably damag- ed.-' ' .' , .' ^ _"W Í Thc>RhQho'Rhci (at_óiio point has completely changed its course The grcht' viaduct , car) ,\ Ing , the»-1 ali« a v Dom Mllart( to Lausanne ima"hoi'n damaged, <and all railway,- traffic has béen'dívcrted.t * * i ,<_r 'J '

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