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KENSINGTON PONIES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
KENSINGTON PÖNIES ' At Kensington on Wednesday, ti pony meeting of 13 cents was inn oil llhdcr, the aiisjîfhcs of tlie'AlR.C. Following aro the tcshlls: NOVÍCE HANDICAP.-5V Furlongs.' Fit st Division: . - Athonlillado (9.11) .:.'.:. 1 Oyiotmi (8.0), A Knox.".. 2 Total eclipse (7.S), P. lCeuhn _ Wlnnei's price 9-1 pu. Second Division: Loiil Ctates (7.6), A. Stanton ..'.. d Bizarre (7.6), te-Ponton . .1. 2 Telegraphist (7.6), H. Dore ^..,... 3 , "Winner's price, 10-1. - 14.1 HANDICAP.-^ Furlongs. First Division: Miss Passe (S.7), T. McKenzie .... 1 Gold Quest (S.l), G..Biöwne . 2 Natty Bruce (7.8), G. Webb . 3 Winner's Price, 4-1, "" '» Second Division: Pure" Poppy (7.5), G. Meddick _ 1 Comer (7.5), A. Stanton . 2 Rose Laga (7 4), -, and Ad var (7.-1), W. J.. Smith, dead heat .. 3 Winner's price, 8-2. FLYING HANDICAP.'-5J Furlongs First Division: Dora Chipllly (S.5), G. Browne _ 1 Will Nolan (7.10), - . 2 Swlftspear (9 p)', O'. Meddick _ 3 ?Winner's Pilce, 5-1. Seqond Division: Flipln...
YASS A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
YASS A Narrow Escapa. , Mr. T. 'Connel, contractor for the' Yass. WiYtor Supply, had a narrow es- capo when working on a ledge of rock at the storage dam. One side of the excavation fell, in, and he was pinned Jown by a rook,'-two «other, large one.« Oas.s'n^1 over his head, after '.bouncing' off the rock under which ho was im- prisoned. "-Mr. C0M13II sustained severe . abrasions to tho body and both arms 'Dut is-rnaU.ng satisfactory progress.
BARONET GANGER Plain "Jim" Goold [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
BARONET-GANGER Plain "Jim" Goold Sir 7ames StQj.ih->n Çoold,; Bart, who .wi fn manv "¿"'ái.^at Glad«>tona, an up-couni^y ra'rwayl contre in 'South (vustiaiia as p'aln "Jjm''Goold, a&lt;gàng-, ni; died rccçiiUy m England S Xte sveceedqd to "' th" titlc^n 1893 but .>ls toa]/'dent ty wai not.d"pcovered until "907 "ia him tho npto-ious "\Ionte Carlo murder 'occurred, víth**wn¡ch a member i his tamjlv wa'i.atisoc atetl*The heir ia Ii eGo-gî Patiiclc o3old( -\\r-q Is work ng at a Poi t Pirl &mé]tei'1b v 'jj Vere Thomas St Keged oGo'd and,"iîi> ife a Frenchwoman the daughter of u íronmongol, were found guilty of the îurder ol' a Swedish wgrnan,* Mme ?jtovin, at Mon'te CirJ oT in 1007 Mi« îoo'd was'sentenced to death, but the enienco^waij commuted to one of penal .oivrtuJo for Ufa Sh-» died at a pi ison it Montpellier,« in 1911 ( >-' , ITor huhband.'fWho '-wah cons'doial/y j'.der than, sheland seerned'to be cntire y under hor influonco, also îeceived a ife sen...
"FATHER OF GRENADIERS" [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
"FATHER OF GRENADIERS" Britain's oldest general, Sir "George Higginson-"Father ol' the Gronadiörs" -still a virile and soldierly figure, cele- brated his 99th birthday tills year. The general's father, who/held similar'rank, carried the King's Colour of the Grena- diers at Corunna. His mother died in 1819 in her 100 th year. Sir George, who has lived in the reigns of five Sovereigns, remembers George IV. patting him on the head, and how, as an Eton boy, he'cheered Queen Victoria on her wedding day. He re- ceived, his commission in the "Grenadier 'Guards from tliè Duke of J Wellington, was twica promoted on the field in the Crimea, and later »commanded the Bri- gade of Guards.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
Bebarfaids' «Mail Order Catalogue . not only com- pletely and faithfully illustrates every picea of furniture described,' but it. gives hints regarding* its . arrangement'as well. It includes Hail Furniture; BopUcases and Chairs'; Bedroom and Dining Roorn Suites; Occasional Tablés, . Upholstered Suites ; Wicker, Seagrass, Kitchen and Office Fur- niture; Kitchen Hardware; Garden Utensils. ".'??" .Write if or. it to-day. Have this Book before jgöu \ jjohen vou furnish. .' ' If you are planning a new home or to re-furn!sh an old one, let us send you for your guidance a copy of our new furniture catalogue. ' Out of the fullness of three-quarters cf a century's fur- nishing experience, Bebarfalds have produced this book. Every sort of furniture is illustrated by actual photographs of the pieces themselves. You MUST get what you ask for and what you actually select from the catalogue. Distance no barrier to delivery. i ¡ Distance is no barrier to delivery of Bebarfalds furniture. , Hardly...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
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SIGNIFICANT STATUE Excavator's Find ON MT. ARARAT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
SIGNIFICANT STATUE Excavators Find ON MT. ARARAT It is 'reported from Erivan, in Ar-, moflía, that during excavation work o^ the slopes of Alount Ararat, where the Ark came to rest after the Flood, a" life-sipcd statue of the head of an Ar- menian king was discovered bearing a second century date. The statue is in the form of a sign of the cross, in evidence of the Arme- nians' claim that they were the first nation to embrace Christianity. The statue is of white sandstone, with a crown of elaborate design. . , The authorities have ordered the ext cavation work to be continued in -the hope pf discovering other important, articles.
FIRST RAILWAY SIGNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
FIRST RAILWAY SIGNAL Railway signals were the invention &nbsp; of a railway policeman. At one time the police had to stand on point duty, directing traffic by hand. One who found the job very monotonous invent- ed a crossed stick arrangement controll- ed by a string. When the policeman pulled the string the crossed sticks fell to a horizontal position, which was an intimation that the engine-driver might proceed. The idea caught on and led to the estab- lishment of the present signal arrange- ments! &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
EVERY DAY TALKS THE TALE OF "NO LUCK." [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
EVERY DAY TALKS THE TALE OF- "NO LUCK." "I grow "tinki," said a prominent banker, "of hearing people say they are 'out of luck.' "I see all kinds of people in a day. All of them need money. If they didn't want money, they would not need to see mp. "Hundreds of people have accounts hore-deposit money and Cheque it out -get the ordinal y service a bank can give, such as advice us to what to do with their Savings. "Tiley never come to me. They do not need to. if all the customers of the establishment were like that, I could spend most of my time playing golf or (loing'anything else I wanted to do. "But. here 1 sit day after day listen- ing to 'hard luck' stoiies, many ot them from men with whom I have dealt for piany years, and who wore foi a long time prosperous and uselul citizens. "In nearlv every case when they aro 'out of luck' it is their own fault. I'They have neglected good businesses until they ran down and competitors got nil their trade. "They have taken money out of their b...
BOWLS A Canberra Club Formed COMMITTEE ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
BOWLS A .Canberra Club Formed COMMITTEE ELECTED A meeting was held at" Hotel Can- berra, on Friday evening last for thot purpose of forming a Bowling Club in Canberra. There was a fair attend ¿nce, and Alr.'C. Ç1. Franc':*iwias".elect- ed to the chair. " Apologies were "re c eived from «Sir John Harrison, Messrs. Brownless ixpil Loughley. The Chairman explained that .'Sir John Harrison was unable to be pre- sent, but hail undertaken to communi- cate with tho Ashfield Bowls Club and obtain a copy of that body's' rules, which would materially assist in the formation of a local club. At the same tifae Sir .John Harrison had intimated tljo advisability of a preliminary meet-' tag before forming a club. Mr. J. H. Pike moved that a Bowling C|ub lie forfned in Canberra. Mr. Bruce seconded the resolution. Which1 was ear ripd unanimously. Mr. J. H. Honoysett, Social Service OfHcer,, Intimated ' that the Federal Capital Commission would consider fav- ourably the formation pt 'a. Canberra Bowl...
OCTOGENARIAN JUDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
OCTOGENARIAN JVÍP.G&v; One ül the i.iuLSt Blilßh ftfdgeï'41111 in him ss K Viscount I&lt;lhlavJ%who has tomplctcd his 83rd" yeal ' "iib Is the 1.1 nish numbai gf. the JJarrnaiierii,Co#it of International Justice estabjished r bj. the league of Kations", which sits at! Hie Hague, and which* deals'' with ajl disputes legardihg vintcinatlqhal^ U'ft md theiinttrpretiytlon'-of treaties'*' v Lord finlay is the fdl|iervóf^one of the \ouiigest of the Kings Bench judges Sir William rtnlay, wWo was piomoted towards the^end of last "\car, and who has alleadj upheld the famlh
JOCKEY'S SUSPENSION SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
JOCKEY'S SUSPENSION .SYDNKYV TnÜfsdayr The Australian Jockey Club Cúmhiit tce yesterday decided-,to reduce the," term of suspension of jbckóyst'Tooney and Mar.-den by one tnonth. * The 'latten will be commencing' riding on October 21, and Toohey will be a ? week later. They, thereupon .will liavc To forfeit' mounts In" the A.J.C. Spring -meeting, bul will bo able to ride in the big Vic- torian events. -, .. " .," ;Ciit
TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
TURF NOTES. The famou's old Hawkesbury Rácij Coui.se was the scone of the principal race meeting in Sydney last week end, when puntéis spontan enjoyable dav Racing was of a high order, and at- tracted a large gathering.1 - Count Cavour, the New Zealdnd^iorso ahd candidate for tV¡o Spring racjng fivdney and Melbourne, showed highest Now Zealand foi m and won the Spring Handicap at "twb'.VHls (.owner. Mr. JP G. Bariett, will ¿nive In Sydney tills week. , » ' i Following on his form Count.*Cavour immediately had increased suppoit for the Mettopplilan, and la now auotcd as third favourite. Pantheoh still holds pride "of iplace and is followed by Star Stranger,^ ' Spcai felt, ' Count> Cavour, Larkspur, Resource, Valamita, AHtality, Chalder and Rapine. ' " v.'r The order of favouritism for the Ep- som whs not materially altered and the flos! lion of the fancied horses remained unchanged'.. Ahiounis(and Fuji Sail are still first favourites, i. Aorangi," second, followed by Quail Tart, B...
STILL SUPERB [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
STILL SUPÈRB ' Jimmy Aiidcrsoiif.*; Australia's ev clmfhpioh racket w lelcíor still continues I to display his suporlaUve^form. ,, L'as,l Satin day he had no difficulty in deCea'É ing It. O. Cumthings in straight sets lor the AVestorn Suburbs captaincy, 6-1, 6-3. J. Willard also, beat Jack Çleineh ger for the captaincy of the -Sydnoy Club, 1-6, 0-4, G-3, 7-5. "' "
PREPARING FOR SEASON [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
PREPARING FOR SEASON Sydney Cricket Club's concluded their final practice matches last Saturday and next fcLituiday will see the opening of the premiership series. \V. Basset, the veteran bowler, displayed good form b> taking 6-29, and Marks, a school- boy, gave a fine display for 71, hitting 10 fours. J. V. Garner, ex-University, phi>er, made a good ,btdrl for Glebe, by scoring Go (retired).
WIND BAFFLES RIFLEMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
WIND BAFFLES RIFLEMEN! llore outers than bull's eyes, were Uie order of the clay at An^ac Rifle. Rarige, Liverpool, last Saturday, -when there was a good muster of riflemen, 21 clubs utilising 50 targets. A strong 'wind swept across the'ran.ge, and completely baffled even the best judges of elevation, and ulroction. '..
EXIT DEMPSEY [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
EXIT DEMPSEY For the last five years oui Yankee fncçd'> have been pouung m the dope tegfyfding the populat idol, Jack Dcmp: sey>vi}ud more p.uticularly how he had his face straightened and beautified. 'And how he, time after time, side stepped contendéis for the world 'title. His fight with Tunney was the end or hippong reign, and more than likely'he will now retire from the grime with ÍS0.000, his shaie of the fighti and'in- cidentally the biggest purse ever offeied for a pugilistic contest.
FOWLER FLOPPED [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926
FOWLER FLOPPED Dover Raymond Jansen by sheer grit, plus toughness and a punch, won lils light at Sydney Stadium on Saturday night against Norkey Fowler, who is undoubtedly the better bo ver. The fight was a thrill from the start until Fowler took the count In the seventeenth round, but, unfoitunately, was witness- ed by only a small gathering.