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

Builders & Plumbers Supplies Sole Agents in New South Wales for the Manufacturers Ruboioid Co, LUi , TJnglind Hoofing. Flooiing, olc Kloin Co, Ltil, Amonca ^onf, Ufe Cement, Paint, Metal- oide, otc Oilginál Bcavei Wal! & T|le Boaid Gonoial File 1'iooflng and - Espandcd Stool Metal Lathing P.c .ivei Co , Bid , Canada Geneij.1 Fiio 1'iooflng and Building Pioducts Cq, America audited Shelving. i Prices submitted Lo Specification. * Orders Promptly Executed. ROSENFELD & CO., PTY., LIMITED, 208 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. |f^i»trw««^.M.«w.M^Y^gpMM,«T^BTMrpWm *ra*vnM*1m* STEEL & WOOD ROLLER SHUTTERS OF ALL DESCIUPTIONS , , .4. ,>S'FIRE PROOF DOORS AUSTRAL ROLLER SHUTTER WORKS, LTD., 96 HARRIS STREET, SYDNEY. 'Phone MW122S. .i,.num.iii. The Age of Concrete Reinforced concrete produces the most fire-resisting buildings. It has great strength and ductility. It resists vibration. It grows stronger with age. The uniform quality and high comprcssivc strength of K...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

TILES Ü NBWESa? C01.0UH SCHI.MJ.S and B-nSlGNS BY , " The Australian Tesseïaied Tile Company, Pty., Ltd. MANUFACTURERS AND DESIGNERS ' AUSTRAL CHAMBERS, 39 PITT ST. SYDNEY. EaTABBIbUBD ^8(1 1 PtiOMJ NO B3G51 The Tiles fixed 111 Parlianrirnt House Canberra, tbc inspection - ~o£ v/hich ia mvitcd, werp supplied by the Company. HUDSON'S 'READY-CUT" HOMES * 1 ^l \l I i^lli I) un i i ni \l s me jour within means fit for her Any Handy Man can croct Hudson's Ready Cgt Homos. ' A Cndo. D6si?n No 400 , £255/-/ Call or Write far, New DooUlct of the latest Wontjcrfu! Designs Tho Easiest cf Terms will bo niverj to a.hniitod number. vfti do not rnncT < GEORGE HUDSON LTD.' '11 c riollable Timbi i Miub its and I loui ¡n& Sjn ilf ll^ts Glebe S>dncj Cit\ Ofllce 7 t istlm i li stidt ni u 1 [milt t Mtiect, ^mIiicn Telophmios 1 \\ in M\\ 2771 C> linn) Ëat9BBBiaEaHBQIEaaa!8e9BCIQBDHEIIiaaéaH!2]QIHBHHMBagS

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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PONTIAC CARS The New Light Six [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

PONTIAC CARS The New Light Six Motorists will bo interested to learn that .1-toth louring find closed modote of Pontiac cars will bo av.ailublo for 'in- spection at the garage pt .the- local 'agent. Mr.' J. lamont!, of Station Hill, Queanbeyan, almost immediately. The Pontiac created an absolute re- cord for vthe industry in America'last year for the first year's sales of a new car, and Its reception in Australia during the brief period it has been available points to, a record breaking success in this country also. During the (list l'l days ol' "the 'display of a_ Pontiac Couch at the Sydney .showroom, IBB closed modols wore sold, and an unpre- cedented demand has also set in for the 'louring car. ¡^ The power 'plant of the car consists of a C-cylindor engine of 25 rated liorsq powor, and developing approximately 50 horse-power. Road tests made in Sydney prove the remarkable, pulling ¡lower arjd flp.Xib.lity qt' the engine to. suclî an extent that the car is looked upon by those ac...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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AN AUSTRALIAN IDEAL [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

AN AUSTRALIAN IDEAL It is Interesting, and refreshing, after so much discussion on the lack of Australian news in the Brtish news-   papers, to find Items like this featured In prominent English papers. "Mr.   (?)epp, the newly-appointed chairman of the Migration Commission, interviewed to-day,, said--There muat be some plan to eliminate unemployment. There must be work for all, all the year. The spectace of workers and willing, work-   ers must be removed. There is work here for all and for those who are to come and let us find it. This is to be one of our tasks, and we will do our best to build to this ideal.    

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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WHEN FOGS OBSCURE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

WHEN FOGS OCSCURE There aie several ways for motorists !o get better results from headlights during fogs.'-One method is to tie a piece of yellow cloth over .the front of oach lamí). 'This bus, thq effedt* of liffuslng the light, and gives a bettor View in Clio fog. But ty iii not everj' notorlst who parries nlocck Of yellow 2I0U1 with film >yhcn ho goes out drlv ng ""A no1 hop mnlbod, wliicli has been tried with success, Is to smear lljc "cflector of each lamp willi metal polish. TI10 Ilgiit is thus dimmed to a certain extent, and will penetrate the i'otx at greater distance. On emerging from the log, the motorist can clean the rd lectors In a few seconds, or, if there is any likelihood of running Into mother bolt of fog, ho can leave the metal polish on until ho reachr-s hi! destinaron. A tin of metal polish Is easily »carried, and It can save a 1^1 of troi'iblo and, anxiety* on a. foggy night or morning. ? '

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACES BY RADIO Early Morning Gallops [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

RACES BY- RADIO Eai'íjr Morning Gallops, Tuesday, October 2S, will "mark a new --period in the history of radio in Aus-" tralia, as being the day'on^vvhich broad- casting station 2FO first" broadcast the early morning track avork1 of the, horses' engaged in'the A.J.'C. Spring Meeting. . , The station- -was, on the air, tit .six o'clock ill the^morning, and the racing export described! the gallops of .each horse as he went' over the Randwick course. . .The style and appearance of each" animal * was the .subject of the "Commissioner's" remarks, and "the times of bach' gallop were broadcast. So much interest has been taken by sport- ing rrten hi the description of.races.that station 2FC expects ¿these early morn- ing broadcas-t lalks to become a feature ol' its. programme. '

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RADIO PARISH Preacher's Air Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

, RADÏO PARISH Preacher's Air Ministry. So popula^ have broadcast church ser- vices become in the. United States, that a "radio parish" lias been^ organised in the .state of Maine. One of the local ministers, whoso sermons wore regu- larly broadcast, received, so many letters of, appreciation and thanks for 'the help given by wireless that he decided to resign from his chiurch, and devote all his time' to 'the '"air ministry." He has the co-operation of nine denomina-' tions. A group of business men aro organising to ensure that''the ""church Is supported financially.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRE BRIGADES Radio Equipment [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

FïRE BRIGADES Radio Equipment Radio is to bp adapted to-the uses of the fire-iight ors of Mclliburnc. The chlef-of the brigades, Mr. 11. B. IjOO, in- tends,to have all fire engines equipped with wrreless'.sots, so that, when any ot them go out on a job, and those in charge And thal they require assist- ance, a message may ho sent from the iiilol lo any of the. metropolitan sta- tions. The homes of all the head of- ficers of 1 ire districts haye already- been, supplied wi til" sets-. h ?

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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RADIO NEWS RADIO DANCES To Help Cancer Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

RADIO NEWS RADÍO DANCES r ?? To Help Cancer Fund. As a means of holping-lhe Cancer Research Fund, one of tim finest radio] evriiings yet'given m Atislralla"'has betiif ariangcd for to-morrow'^(Friday) night. Every radio listener is asked to invito lils friends 'to his home, en- tertain them with dance music from Sydney, and interstate stations, collect a small sum from each, and send* the proceeds to the Oaheor Research Com- mittee, 10 O'connell St., Sydney.- _ The,, interstate broadcasting stations are 'co-operating with the 'Sydney Sta- tions and tho first noto of dance music on that night will-be struck by" 4QG," Brisbane, winch will commence at 8 o'clock, and broadcast duneed music for an hour. l^or those who prefer ii, Station 2FC, Sydney, will he giving' the iii ht act of tho opera, "Ro.30'Alarie," starting at 8 o'clock. 'Jins in itselí should be it groat attraction to numbers ol' listeners uho aro no1 tully informed ol' the, value of radio. At S.15, the rTrados Hal] Station, ...

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

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BANISHING GLARE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

;BANIS,HflNÍG C3LARE When driving in stiong sunlight tVje low'oi edge of the uppei half of i tro- piece wmd scieen ! sometime1-, catches and reflects th( light with a most daz- zling effect which is vciy itiymg to trjo e^s of tho di ivor This tiouble is not pvci^omc bv a ter|ng thp anglo ofi the panel bc,eaiisc of the thickness of tip bevçl)ed edge hut e,m be entiielj elim- inated liy p ilnling this rcflcctlm, edge \>ith dark enampl The thin dark line does not intcifeie in the Ipast with the driver s field of vision

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

BATH HEATERS Wo aie ¡bpccitlislng in all clashes ol Watci HeatL) lopaiis n Instaría, Douglas, Rotorua, etc Ouui'ij Oidcis 1 loinpllj attended to TEMEAD BROS., 110 Harrington Street, 'Phono DVV7183 SYDNEY Illili Giadc \uMialim Iiolucl-, / qual to THE WORLD'S BEST Ihi JjiQi'tnii Vo in 11aiisiinííoi f > Mour ! intii d7 1 cn// PZQNEER LEATHER BELTING hcelhri }\ t nil Ran 1, idi Ima, Pump and Ulidia tile Lealhcii, Ko'c and Ha m ss Tia lu is, loot L,),»! Liathri*,, MhdP Oj.U IJ\ J, C. Ludowici & Son j * n w "PIONEER HOUSE," 117 YORK ST., SYDNEY (ï.cai 'J own Hall) I o' Ponier, (,rlp Fir y Poner l'iftlej in 1 oi(i Piont \\ o ate pOMtj tnnsmission expftP Jf \our Pelt n0r is pi opah installed it is e is\ to maJnta'n Consult us 7 itah'i hid ISIS Putt ii I \uitiahaii SPNP POR NLW C VT \LOGUE TIMBER Builders of Canberra please tete-Mi cnn> f 11 st As of nil 1) lildinR and cabinet timbms anti nniufn tj e ill kind of J nur\ Got in touch -willi our Queanbeyan Yard. A trial order will...

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"MECHANICAL SENSE' [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

"MECflAlviIÇAL SE^SjE'' M/cchanicali' sonso means a sympa- thetic, par a*nd touqh. The man willi au ear for tli'q onglnp.s; wijl irnmcfhatoly Hnqu tho hum of tlio machine, and will know, if it Is. doing itstbest: Ile will know* Immediately it' refu.ies Iq pull properly, arj4'wi" Instantly detect any, defect in its'runnlng. I Its ¿cars, throttle, and sparlj cpi 'ti'oi's can hs worked accordingly, and any sluggishness will* be ' anticlputo'J, alia ,so adjusted from the controls. i ' ' ' ' M ' '?

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SKYSCRAPER STABLE A New Housing Problem Solved [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

SKYSCRAPER STABLE A New Housing Problem SoJved ; Pplonius and Candidato, two champion 'chestnut horses, lecently walked, down ''seveniy-ijirio stairs from , their stable 'tíed$ in Nord London, aijd trotted off to thp IJorso. Show at Richmond. '- Thp well-known catering firm, that "p-."n,i?,Pp!onJus, and Caodidpto have solv- eig 'thîir, , hprse-hqnslng pcobjem by ¿stabling" their animals in a five-storey mansipu b'ullt' of, fire-prpof concret". A wide concreto staircase^ carpeted -.yith'soft'peat, -leads from street to stable. Vp this thp agrees wajk to bed, and come downstairs to work in the .no-rung. Eaqlj floor is divided into two dormitories-double rows, of stall.s lepiwatet} by. wide gang,wa3:a" Ucee the loivjc.s fepcl, .sleep, and are gi oomod.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAIL LIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

TAIL ÚGHTS Considerable confusion ) has, existed for spme, time in the minds ofi motorists as to whqt lights are really rpqulred on tlielr',.'ve"hlcIos .whcir'in the street after sunset, and this ' qonílisioii may lea,d to many'bf them haning to ujipoat lo answer charges of failing t<j comply with regulations. Recent' announce- ment«; V'oncqríi.ng regulations have ap; piuently .been misunderstood, ami,' iii consequence, so'nie .drivers have in- fringed regulations,- ' it appears, by switching o!f all lights when 'leaving their ears in brlglit!y-llt streets". * , With a view to''clarifying the posi- tion,',' the New South Wales' National itöads lind Motorists' Association r<¡ ci'iitly approached the SuperiivLcn lent of. Trafile (Sydney), who has written, stating definitely that all tail lights must ho kept 'burning continuously' on ':lny public street, between ino, hours qf sunset and sunrise. ' Another point ^on which motorists sliould be clear, "" is Ulai tlie...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSURANCE Eagle Star and Dominion Company [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

INSURANCE Eagle Star and Dominion Company The Eagle, Star, and British Domin- ions Insurance Co., Ltd., one of the oldest Insurance Institutions in the British Empire, is advertising in this issue for local agents in Canberra and Queanbeyan. The company was established in England in 1807, and its assets exceed £20,000,000, a factor which makes a special appeal in insurances. All pro- fits made by the company in Australia are invested within the Common- wealth. A feature of the company's business in Australia is that it is the only house which Is prepared to issue rain policies to sporting and other bodies against rain falling prior to or during the holding of their functions and fixtures. This has a distinct ap- peal to agricultural bodies, carnivals, and committees, who have charge of organised charity appeals. The com- pany also specialises in accident and sickness Insurance. The Sydney office is at 9 O'Connell St., Sydney.  

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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FROM NEAR AND FAR Apricots Pay Best [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

FROM NEAR AND FAR Apricots Pay Best According to fruitgrowers in the Hawkesbury and Nepean districts, ap- pricots have proved a more profitable crop during the past four years than   any other fruit. Here than 500 acres   have been planted wlth apricot trees this season. In many cases, orchard- ists have uprooted their citrus trees to make way for the more profitable crop.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Pambula's First Century [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

.Pambula's First Century   It will be 100 years next month   since Pambula was first settled by white men, and the event will be cele- brated by a Back to Pambula week at Chrlstmas time.  

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Cable Works Lack Orders [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

Cable Works Lack Orders The Telephone Cable Factory, con- nected with the Metal Manufacturers Pty Ltd at Port Kembla, was closed down last week, and it is probable that (?)00 men will be thrown out of em- ployment for some time, until orders come to hand to enable the works to resume.  

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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Veteran Fruit Trees [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

Veteran Fruit Trees The oldest inhabitants of Penrith among fruit trees are to be found in the grounds of Mr. F. C. Jones' pro- perty, Ravenspur. A mulberry and navel orange tree that still bear good fruit were planted at the time the old house now used as quarters for the Log House was erected; that is to say nearly 100 years ago. They have   yielded well, and. have added to the de- light of many a frult-eater.        

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