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CANBERRA DOCTORS QUALIFICATIONS DEFINED [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

CANBERRA DOCTORS QUALIFICATIONS DEFINED The qualifications required for regis- tration as a medical practitioner at Canberra and in the Federal Capital Territory was set out in an ordinance which has been drawn up by the Fed- eral health authorities, and which will be gazetted at an early date. The qualifications required by the Medical Council of Great Britain have largely been adopted as the standard. It is considered that these embody the best features of the requirements in the various States of the Commonwealth.   The State qualifications do not obtain at Canberra and there is considerable variation in the requirements of the     different States.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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MANUKA CENTRE ADDITIONAL SHOPS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

MANUKA CENTRE ADDITIONAL SHOPS Additional building arrangements     have been made at Manuka Centre where four more shops and residences   are to be erected immediately. Mr. L. H. Rudd, architect, has the supervision   of the work which will be carried out by the Canberra Building and Invest- ment Co. Ltd. As at Eastlake, the gaps, in the shop- ping centre at Manuka are beginning to   close up and by the beginning of De- ember activity will be seen on all the leases not yet built upon. On the com pletion of the whole of the shopping centre at Manuka, there will be front- ages to four streets aggregating more than 1,500 feet. To road E23, which     separates the shops from the amuse- nent hall site, the frontages will total 135 feet. Road E24 will have 602 feet of shopping and residential frontages   and to roads E7 and E40 there will be about 250 feet each of shopping front- ages....

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HOTEL CANBERRA ENTRANCE DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

HOTEL CANBERRA ENTRANCE DRIVE With the increase in tourist traffic experienced in the last few weeks, and   the important functions which are to take place in the next few months, the entrance drive to Hotel Canberra has proved inadequate.     Extensive alterations to the present   design of the drive are being carried     out. The alterations will fac- ilitate the handling of cars at the en- trance of the hostel. The new drive     is timed to be ready for use on Oct-   ober 7, so that it may be available in connection with the visit of the delegates of the Empire Parliamentary   Association.  

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

THE FEDERAL MOTOR GARAGE PROPY. LTD. Announces that the laigc Motoi Gai agc and Sctvicc Station under construction at CIVIC CENTRE, AINSLIE, CANBERRA will be completed and opened'foi business'in about six weeks'' time llimMJJI]|limilil!¡S::i!n!ll!imiJ!3¡0¡!íl£ll¡l!¡lí!!I)!5!;i!M:) ALL CLASSES MOTOR á GENERAL ? ENGINEERING BUSINESS WILL Bp CATERED FOR BY A STAFF OF EXPERTS IN WELDING, OXY-WELD- ING, FITTING, and TURNING. ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE-'MOTOR TRADE. ' , iii;iii;i;ii,i|2i[ii!U3!!iiiiU)iiiuiiii!it;!itiiiiiiiii¡i:iiieii;¡i]ii Laigc Stqcks of OIL, TYRES, ACCESSORIES, Vc Sales and Sei vice foi BUICK, MORRIS COWLEY, MORRIS OXFORD, and several other well known English and American, - Cars. Oldsmobile Cars, Morris and Republic Trucks, and Leyland Lorries. 1 » * * * > Motor Garage and Service Accessory Shop ¿5i Bonser: Sealion: EASTLAKE. Monaro-st., ÇUEANBEYAN. 'Phone: Canbena 20. Thone Queanbeyan 137 8& Possibly worth £100 to Motorists FREE AMAN might easily find this lit...

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THE REAL OUTBACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

THE REAL OUTBACK. Outback is always further out, and   Phillipa Bridges, who walked about Aus- tralia got there. She tells us all about it in "A Walk about in Australia." The real outback is in Central Aus- tralia. One white man rode into Alice Springs and remarked that he had not seen a white woman for four years. Mr. and Mrs. Crook and their daughter have lived at Wycliffe Well for many years, and the nearest woman neighbour in the south is Mrs. Nicker, a hundred and twenty-five miles away. To the north, the nearest family, named Bohn- ing, is one hundred and eighty five miles distant. One of the daughters told Miss Bridges that when the Bohning family passed their home with a mob of cattle and goats a few months before, she had not seen a white woman for three and a half years.

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

THE NEWSPAPER. OF THE FEDERAL CAPITAL CITY. ?fiííe-v. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. PRICE, 3d.

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[?]APOLEON'S WILLOW TREE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

?ÍAPOLEON'S WILLOW TREE i In 18á2, Lieutenant Drouvide, of the French Navy, Visited the Island of St. Helena, and brought away with him three slips from the willow, which 'had overspread Napoleon's tomb for 11 yea,rs. . .Only one of «these slips,. planted In.'--.the- prefect's garden at iVersâilles, surviv.ed, , , T/h'e slip grew . into a tree o£ r'espect ablq size. For,some time iiast it has been showing signs of decay, but now-it ,has beep laidlow 'by windi A, slip' has been.",talton from ..the .fallçli willow, iii the hope of'perpetuating it. Slip's from' the original tree were- sent out to New Zealand about 80 years ago.

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SHEEPSKINS FIRM HIDES IRREGULAR [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

SHEEPSKINS FIRM HIDES IRREGULAR All classes of sheepskins changed hands at firm values at the pa-jt week's Sydney sales, according to Winclieombe Carson Ltd's. loport.,' Full Wool me- rinos realised from 12d to ¿Sid. (per, lb. i( wools' Hid. to lid., half wools lOd. to ,12id., quarter wools Gidi to lO^d,, am'bs 8d. to 12d.', and -pelts 5l"u. to 7¡}d. Kuli wool crossbrods sold from ;lld. to I Sid., 3 wools Old. to 12id" half wools 8d. to lid., quarter ' wools Odi to'Od., lambs 71d. to llld., pelts Bid. to-7Jd., and lincolns 7d. to 9d. . < Good, to prime tallow made unchang- ed figures. Medium and inferior lines declined 5/- to 10/- per ton. Best mix- ed made, fromv £35/5/- to £3ß/-/- pel- ton, medium to good Í33/-/- to £34/15/, inferior £27 to £31, and broken packages £25. to £27. Values for hides were without1 quot- able change, but competition displayed some irregularity. , Calfskins were little easier but ¡prices for yearlings ruled very firm. ' Country heavy' hides sol...

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AIR FILTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

AIR. FILTERS Thp air I|!ter is a,fitting that must appeal to' many owno'r-drivorp who, rea- lise thp destructive effoptof road tdust inhaled through the qarjiuretlpr.' Tpsts have prpved' tho ufjipacy pf this fitting, and one has o.njy/ \o reflect bp t]|p wepk ly increase in cars' and the prevalence of road dust tp' coal ¡so 'that an cij ormous amount .of ¿damage must be done'in the ..aggregate y by road dust finding its way. Into car engines.

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76 ATLANTIC VOYAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

76 ATLANTIC VOYAGES At the age of 83 yenrs, Mr. E. F.   Hyde, a retired American banker, has made his 76th voyage across the Atlan-   tic. London has the finest summer climate in the world," he said, "and I spend two months of tho year--every June and August--here to keep cool." Mr. Hyde made his first trip across from America in 1864, and sailed in the last wooden paddle steamer of the Cun-   ard Line. Since he retired in 1920, he has made 22 voyages across the Atlan- tic.

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BUILDING FUND HOSPITAL CARNIVAL QUEANBEYAN'S BIG EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

BUILDING FUND HOSPITAL CARNIVAL QUEANBEYAN^ BIG EFFORT. The Carnival Procession and Sports/ to be held on Eight Hours. Day, (Oct. Í) In Queanbeyan, In aid of the. Hospital Building Fund, promises to be the most successful function of the kind" that ' town has organised. The President (Mr. S. J. Ryan), and joint hon. secretarles, Rev. S. .T. "West and Mr. A. C. Bowers, assisted by strong committees, controlling the several de imitments of sports, stalls, and amuse- ments, have been working hard for some ueeles, and hope to raise a large amount to assist this laudible objective. This carnival should receive the prac- tical support of all residing in the near Federal Capital Territory, because a number of workers residing in Quean- beyan receive medical aid at the Queanbeyan hospital. This institution, which, on account of the influx of pop- ulation in Queanbeyan, is, at present, quito inadequate for the needs of the district. f The proceeds from the carnival will also benefit by tlie,...

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Topics of the Times WHAT OF THE PHILHARMONIC? [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

Topics oí the Times WHAT OF T.HE PHILHARMONIC?' Every member of the audience at the operatic ^concert of the Canberra* Phil* harmonic Society, last_ Monday 'cven 113-, roust have" boen impiessed by Jhc thoroughness with which the enter- prise was carried through., There was. m evety detail of. the entertainment evidence of the hand and mind pf a man who "was welL versed in his art ?nd to whom disabilities were created Jilly fo lae overcqmc by dint of ^perse vering- effort. The orchestration, the .marshalling* of a eliot us and visiting 1 xrtists, the manner ofyproduclion and thevery scenery (which was hand paiñted by the conductor),' were pos- sible only through the services of "Mi , .Ernest A Mowle had given not only to the Canberra Phllh'airnonls Society, but to Canberra at large. , * The performance,"' studied, from the point of view of the personal effort in- volved, was radmirable, but the sight and sound--of etich I item of the entertainment carried with them the note of regre...

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CANON WARD Service to Canberra FITTING RECOGNITION [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

CANON WARD Service to Canberra FITTING RECOGNITION ;;;l^.ew honours which have hccn.,.con fcrred 'on.residents of Canberra'.have' 'peen, more fitting than that which-was .received by Canon Ward at'the sitting, .of. the Anglican''Synod at Goulburn last; 'week. >".??.';:?.'. ... -.-.. /<"',.., .'.-'?.;.;!^ ' '-':- . ./' ; .The rector of Canberra .'since 1913, tho. 'Rev. : F.^G. ..Ward' has laboured ; in- a field ' wiiich was -not. easilycultivated., i.und under"very tryins..conditlons,fu'ht'.l he is now'in: a-position to see; his parish, i- grovvirig, ; and wh"ile' ftlié-, responsibilities'' of the parish ara jncreaslng at 'a faster rate, more' pleasant conditions are"ripvv promised,him in hls.'eiidcavburs.: . ..''"? . - ;' öanon Ward came > to ,í Canberra in, :1913,, the" year in ' willoh the. first seeds we're laid for .the-transformation of the' old settlement of Canberra, into the, great centre .of Australia",-.which isj to; be. Ho ;\vás born ..in-Middlesex;-Engla...

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PRINCE'S VISIT TO CANBERRA ARRANGEMENTS DISCUSSED MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

PRINCE'S VISIT TO CANBERRA ARRANGEMENTS DISCUSSED MELBOURNE, Thursday. Tho arrangements associated with the visit of the Duke and Duchess of ¡York to Canberra next year, were discussed iqsterday by the Vice-Presidcnt of the Executive Council (Senator , Teat ce), assistant Minister (Mr. W. C. Marr), and tho Chairman of the » Federal ,Capltal Commission (Mr. J, H. Butters), who oamo to, Mclbournp yesterday. Thei general programme of Hie royal Visit has not yet boon definitely arrang- ed,1 but its outlines'.wore communicated to the Imperial Government and modi- fications to mec!t tlie wishes of the Hov al I visitors may be found necossaiy. It is'not expected that the full itinerary, showing dated and duration of visits to eacli state will lie obtained until the Commonwealth Min;sters now on their way to' longland have fully consulted with the Imperial authorities

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GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

GOULBURN Tho Fifth Annual Sports Day of the Presbyterian Ladies Collego, was held last Friday, before a crowd of parents and ex-students. Miss 'G. Skinner" and Miss G. Williams proved to bo senior and junior athletic champions. .The Principal, General McNicoll, and Mrs"* McNicoll, entertained the visitors at áf-' ternoon tea. ' , r » .* * The' road season of the Goulburn Bicycle Club ended ladt Saturday, with a^' win fopr Allan Kercher! In all, 20 senior races were "Yun, including two open 50 milo events,' - and .a "20 milo championship (won' by Dune Gray). The club's sprinters, including Jock Seiffert (1 mile champion of Australia) aro now getting into condition for the1 summer track season. The final football match of the Goul-J burn 'season, was played last Saturday ?when the local team defeated North Sydney Reserves by 21-1G.' * * *' . About 60 members of the Master Builders' Association of N.S.W. arrived by cars in Goulburn on Saturday, en route for anberra. They.' were wel- co...

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IN OPEN SEA Aviator's Forced Descent CAPT WILLIAMS' FLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

IN OPEN SEA Aviator's Forced Descent GAPT. WILLIAMS' FLIGHT - A gallant attempt to fly to the" South Sea Islands has been checked tompor- " nrlly by Captain Williams havlng-been forced to 'descend' at' sea ,through jin accident to the llit-ottlo of his engine.. Group Captain U. Williams, chief of the,Royal Austral (ali Aft- Koree, left ' Sydnoy on Wednesday-\for< Brisbane" en [ tonto for the Pacific Islands. . ;-. "The object-of Ihe flight,^ 'said,jpap- ' tain . Williams prior ,'tç,. his,* departure",* "Is'to make a'.'complete,'aeria]['survey" ol' the Pacific Islands in ,lh,e mandated'''' tdrrltory and the Islands adjoining, and lo chart"+)uitable ] landing plaçrs foi? both aeroplanes' and-seaplane's,-niora "especially sea-planes. ¿-'A -considerable ,tlme will'be spent on the.s'uryov work,-, but, it \vill_ not be % unduly "protracted, lest "there might be'unfavourable ,wea .thcr for the return journey.' So far as jan be ascertained'at pr'esent the jour Vicy should be easi...

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When the Desert Decides (CONCLUDED IN THIS ISSUS). Continuation of Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

When the Desert Decides (CONCLUDED IN THIS ISSUS). Continuation of Oiori / Ho grunted. > "Dad said I wa^s com- ing- to a quiet placo, hut I didn't know anywnore could be as quiet as this. Why it makes your ears hurt for lack j of, something to work'on! Ch, well,1 l guess 1 need the change." r "yes," I agreed. "Your father said j you had been sick." 'Not sick-over-work. You , know how it Is in college. These professors realise a* fellow is human. They hand j out too much work. You study like'] hell trying to koop up, and' pretty joon-" J "Yes, I know how you over-worked," [ "answered. "Went to college' my- self." Tho hoy grinned. "1 can see already," he promised, "that you and 1 williget] along." ^ Supposedly he had come to work for mo as well as to gut away from the city, so 1 gave lum a job mov.ng stuff about the store. For two days I was kept busy thinking of things for h'hn to do, anything to keep him active. Then he met Caroline, and after that the only work ho did was to car...

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

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