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Adelaide Final [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

Adelaide Final The final of the Adelaide competition pesujtsd irj a >i m for North Adelaide bî' 11-11-77- to Norwood 1Q-S-68. Next Saturday f North Adelaide will rrjeet Stut;t. ¡ii q, »rand challenge match for the premiership.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAUTY AIDS. (By a Leading Actress) [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

BEAUTY AIDS. (By a Leading Actress) Many of my women 'friends go to beauty parlors expecting to have youth pasted on their faces. You really can- not iron'out Wrinkles. They may dis- appear for a day .but' tlici next "day they will be back again.-1 tell that to those women who spend ail their1 money in beauty parlors.. They retort', "Oh, that's' because''you have' nothing t6 'worry about. You've no wrinkles, and there isn't much te. beauty1 parlor can do "for you." Well, it's trite l^have no wrinkles,x and, I don't need to'have my skin propped up. 3ut 1 hope" 1 shall knpw how to'grow old gracefully; 'that I ' shall never become a futile searcher of youth. '1 , ' '' ' If these anxious women were" to help others, they would gain the .kind o£ beauty that Increases -\ylth age. The only things ugly inline world are .unin- teresting ihines., If a woman wants to bo really attractive, tho-ifirst thing fhe should do ia to mako herself inter- esting to others. Only" if she possesses no mental...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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PRECAST CONCRETE Rebuilds Cathedral Roof [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

PRECAST CONCRETE Rebuilds .Cathedral Roof In the reconstruction of the Rhcims Cathedral, practically destroyed during the World War, a system of. light weight concrete roof trusses plays an Important part in tho reconstruction of the roof structure. A specially appoint- ed commission has made ail appropria- tion of 4,000,000 francs to. the restora- tion of Rheims>Cathcdral, from the «on- erous gift (about 18,000,000 francs) m.ule to France by Mr. Rockofcjlor. ïn^ accordance with the wishes of the donor, this sum is to -be devoted to the reconstruction of the roof over the nave and the choir, and to that of the tower of the Angel (clocher a l'Angle) of that great structure. The Rhelms Cathedral had already withstood a disastrous fire at the end of the fifteenth century,' when'the orjg-, mai timber roof trusses were destroyed. While a temporary roof was ,x being iitult hurriedly, a collection was being taken to obtain the funds necessary to repair the damage. The work was finally c...

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BUILDING AT EASTLAKE Private Enterprise Speeding Up ADDITIONAL SHOPPING PREMISES Considerable progress has been achieved in building operations at Eastlake during the past few weeks and still further increased activity is at hand. Arrangements have been completed for the erection of additional shopping premises in the retail trading area and the whole of the sites which may be used for the purpose will have buildings on them either completed and occupied or in course of construction by the beginning of November. Residential buildings are beginning to increase rapidly and one building company alone is completing one cottage every two weeks. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

BUILDING AT EASTLAKE Private Enterprise Speeding Up ADDITIONAL SHOPPING PREMISES Considerable progress has been achieved in build- ing operations at Eastlake during the past few weeks and still further increased activity is at hand.   Arrangements have been completed for the   erection of additional shopping premises in the retail trading area and the whole of the sites which may be used for the purpose will have buildings on them either completed and occupied or in course of construc- tion by the beginning of November.       Residential buildings are beginning to increase   rapidly and one building company alone is completing one cottage every two weeks.   In the shopping centre the retail pre- mises which are being erected on lease No. 7 for Mr. F. W. Hyles, of Murry- ong, have been advanced several stages, and roofing is now in hand. Prepara- tions are being made for the com- mencement of b...

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

For Timber Service ..   LARGE STOCKS OF EVERY VARIETY OF BUILDERS' AND TIMBER USERS' REQUIREMENTS In TIMBER, PLYWOOD, AND JOINERY HUGE STOCKS of THOROUGHLY SEASONED FLOORING   of every description, and our milling is unequalled. We have installed only most modern and efficient machinery and THE FINISH OF OUR MANUFACTURED LINES IS PERFECT, necessitating no further expense to the buyer. THOROUGHLY SEASONED QUEENSLAND and PACIFIC   MAPLE always available. We can quote bedrock prices for genuine RED PACIFIC MAPLE in joinery, skirtings, architraves, etc. PROMPT DELIVERY anywhere by MOTOR.-Give us one opportunity of showing what our SERVICE means. DAVIES & FEHON LTD. Timber Merchants and Importers, Hill St., PYRMONT     Phone Nos MW2716 (5 lines) MW1674, and MW2680   W E A V O       WHITE ANTS & BORERS EXTERMINATED. "Weavo" has a reputation of over 25 vears,...

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COLORED CONCRETE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

.COLORED CONCRETE A very interesting1 Rrltish develop nient is the decision to use concrete that lias been coloured on the now hous- ing- schemes that have been inaugur- ated by tlie L'bndon County Council. In addition, a bridg-o is now under con- struction by tho Cumberland County Council, in which the concrete has been coloured pink. This bridge,- which is nearing- completion, has been so col- ored in order that ii may harmonize with a house near by. . This house is built "of pink sandstone, and in the construction .of the bridge' a porcentaje of colouring- made up of pink Shap granite and Bowser-red-sand has been used for,the concrete (aggregate. Special tosts had. to bo made -iii order to ascer- tain whether the addition . of this col- ouring matter affected the strength of .the concrete. The most 'successful ex- periments nour Ijondon is usuifi colour in order to provide' attractiveness to housing schemes may be seen at "Wcl wyii Garden City.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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MASTER BUILDERS Sydney Contingent At Canberra CITY CONSTRUCTION SURVEYED Sixty members of the Eastern Suburbs branch of the Master Builders Association of New South Wales visited Canberra this week while engaged on a tour of Southern New South Wales, the chief features of which were the visits to Burrinjuck and the Federal Capital. Although weather conditions impeded their inspection ot the city, the builders had an opportunity of seeing the main features of its construction and of visiting many buildings and places of interest. Members of the party expressed appreciation of the manner in which the work was being carried out here and their visit to the city has created a good impression. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

MASTER BUILDERS Sydney Contingent At Canberra CITY CONSTRUCTION SURVEYED Sixty members of the Eastern Suburbs branch of     the Master Builders Association of New South Wales visited Canberra this week while engaged on a tour of Southern New South Wales, the chief features of which were the visits to Burrinjuck and the Federal Capital.         Although weather conditions impeded their inspection of the city, the builders had an opportunity of seeing the main features of its construction and of visiting many buildings and places of interest. Members of the party expressed appreciation of the manner in which the work was being carried out here and their visit to the city has created a good   impression.         A fleet of 12 motors which arrived   in Canberra early on Monday morning brought 60 members of the Eastern   ...

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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

NEWLANDS ALL STEEL BEDS RANGE IN PRICES FROM £2 TO £50 EACH                 Make sure it is made by Newlands   Pictured above is the "York" design of all steel twin beds that cost approx- imately £ó : 17 :6 each bed, without mattress. Different freight rates make this price slightly higher in     districts outside tho metropolitan area.   These beds, made in all sizes, and finished in a wide range of modern, colored enamels, are of a design of simple beauty that will harmonise in all furnishing schemes. Equip these twins with "Steelite-de   Lune" springs and "Morning Glory" bedding and you have a sleep unit that makes that all-to-be-desired result:-- sound, healthy sleep--a certainty. Remember too, that there are specific hygienic and economical reasons for metal beds. If not, why is their use in hospitals always ins...

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NEW MOTOR HIGHWAY In Northern Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

NEW MOTOR HIGHWAY Iii Northern Italy. The first cohqrote motor road in 'Italy was recently completed and opened to traffic. If was built by a private con- cern, and extends from Milan to the picturesque Takes of I_,ombardy, about 53 milos. The main road-Milan \.o Gallarute-is 20 miles long. , It is .a toll road for motor car ar¡d motor trucks only, with lines of barb- ed wire fence along the sides and no grade crossings. No smaller vehicles pr pedestrians are allowed to use this road. The toll "amounts to'Wout 4/6 per vehicle, ' ! {As the average daily traffic ivum|)ers Cpo vehicles, tin's repre- sents a daily toll of £135.. In planning, tho" location of the road, ,t was desired to facilitate the main Lalnancc of a relatively% high speed of traille. To thisi end, stra¡ghtí'coursqs vvpre adopted, wherever poss.ble" (up' t'o 11. miles long), smooth curves, wore .¡jised jwith the exception of four, the 'radii were"greater than 1,600 feet),1'and ^maximum gi ade of(. 3 per cent.'was spec...

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THE TOOL KIT [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

THE TOOL KIT Pew owners find use for flip average 'tool" set included with their car. Jheapncss is the base' of this so\i of 'ail-on" accessory^ and it woulij IA much better for car makers to omit .t ? and list the necessary equipment against the makers' names and offer ¡o supply'thom at a substantial price at their customers' option and selection. This is the opinion of a writer in' the 'Glasgow Motor World," who skates Unit' a touring sot of really useful, and dependable tools, should include a 12/6 'larallcd jaws vyee, a pipe grip, a «»¡dering outfit, a set of marked feeler gauges, a fiOs. cabinet set''of spanner ..oeUot-bits, covering every nut and bolt m the car, a few magneto and genera- tor spa.'QB, carbon brush, and at jeast, * spare head, side, and tail lanmp bulb, fuse wiro, and a pocket* ammeter, huch m outfit may well cost ffi.-'but to tlie« competent owner-drivor it is a sum weil spent. , ,

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

< 'UNIVERSAL' RECEIVER^ for LOCAL CONDITIONS Radio Sets embodying tho latest designs, and built especially for local conditions, are giving the utmbst r satisfaction to all purchasers Hear thora, and be convinced that those sets aro ¿i >. the acme of perfection J *, Demonstrations g7adly given in vour own homes v " Easy terms may also bo arranged-* i »Complete, stocks of the fanous''I^,-anic matciial also piocurable at our \^ / "* showroom ' <* * UNIVERSAL DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, LTD., EASTLAKE, CANBERRA. (2 Dooi-3 fiom J Ti Young, Eld) IF YOU ARE INTERESTED WRITE US .7»««....i»,>».^i. j .??i.^ii^iw^i^.." r^.[,'i i.i»' .?fft^*., ?»..?»». T~CT-^rerv-J.l*.-j.ui.1!.,????.. .'iitn ...... Concrete Mixeis Bis and Little Wiito for tuithei par tioulai t> > I,ARGER g1 ¿ES ON APl'LIC \. II ON a "THE MIX'A'MINUTE MONEY-MAKER11 , Pitted Milli Treadle Opei itnl Hand Side Hoadcr MOFFAT-VIRTUE, LTD. i^hone f 2141-r 2142 11-25 Palmer St., East Sydney irrrrv7^rm~r'^rr...

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KEEPING COOL. England's Big Bill [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

KEEPING COOL. Ensrbnd's Big Bill Nearly two thousand million portion'} of ice cream arc s>oryed, annually in the Un ted Kingdon in over 60 000 shops, stalls, and kiosks by nearly 200 qpo marchants and assistants As there aro between 60 an J 70 por t ons to^ the gallonj these * quantities raean'that in wafeis, plain ices, drinks, and sundfiçs, tjherc aiq consumed an nualli about- 6,000,000 gallons of fresh milk, 30 000 gallons of icq cream 15 000 gallons of croiphed fruity 2Q.0Q0 tons of .sugar ana 30 tqns of flavouring essen- ces»-not to »mintion uh'pping, and ' topping^ io the e .tent of omc 1500 ga. lons

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ORIOMO OIL Prospecting Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

ORIOMO OIL Prospecting Enterprise An abridged prospectus appeared in our last issue of Oriomo Oil Ltd., Papua, which is to be registered in Papua under the Companies' Ordin- ances (1912-1923). The new company is to have nominal capital of £200,000   in shares of £1 of which 100,000 shares are offered to the public at 2/6 per share on application, 2/6 on al- lotment and the balance in.calls of 1/-   per share at intervals of one month the first call not to be made until three months after allotment. Of the re- maining shares, 55,000 fullv paid     shares are to be allotted to the ven- dor onmpany, Oriomo Oil Co. Ltd, and 15,000 shares are to be held in re- serve in terms of the prospectus. The company has been formed to carry out the recommendation made by experts who accompanied Captain S. N. McLean on an expedition to the Oriomo oil field last year. It proved the territory oovered bv the llccense acquired hy this company, to be de...

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LIGHTNING TERROR EFFECTS ON PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

LIGHTNING TERROR EFFECTS ON PEOPLE It is interesting to study the effects   of tempest on different people. Some dread a thunderstorm. Some experi- ence acute terror and shut themselves up in a dark room. Some are indif- ferent. But there are many who en- joy the excitement and feel a sense of exhlliration. It is an uncertain point as yet whe- ther this is due to the direct stimulus of the electric vibration or the action of liberated ozone and atomised ele- mentalss upon one of the principal nerves, the vagus, together with a re- action on the solar plexus. When the layer of air hanging over the hot earth becomes heated it ab- sorbs moisture, expands and rises. Reaching the colder altitudes it con- denses into cloud and generates much electriclty. It may discharge this in violent rain or hall, or sudden friction of wind, and the change may start a spark and the battle is begun. Lightning is a most uncertain cus- tomer, and plays the most erratic tricks when it strikes....

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Pantomime Clowns [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

Pantomime Clowns The Circus King of tho,\Vorld is Mr. John Ringling, of New York, 'proprie- tor o^ ,"lüngl¡ng Bros, and Darnum and Bailey's Circus." He it, a business man and has all the cloWns and ele- phants and perforrrtlng horses "card in- dexed," <There are in this circnus 1,400 people, including' 100 clowns, 600 horses, 200 performing horses, ' and BO ele- phants. It covers ^ nine' acres. The maintient, In which Ihero aro five rings and five stages' goingo simultaneously, mensuro^275 by 550 »feet, and holds 15,000 people. It takes six trains to transport this circus ? from place to place. -, ."1 started," Mr. Ringling'said, "with piactically -no' capital exce/pt nerve," Now he Is a, millionaire. . This, great business organisation is Curiously 'different from «.the English circus. Jt has 100 clowns, but not one of them over speaks. They act in^ pan- tomime-sometimes the hundred of thom all in one ring, -and sometimes distributed.among tlie. five''rings. "Don't you t...

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QUEANBEYAN FLOWER SHOW FOR METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

.QUEANBEYAN FLOWER-SIWW y. Il FOR METHODIST CHURCH. Tho twenty-eighth annual Flower Show, An aid of«.tho" Queanbeyan Metho- dist Church Fund, -will he held in the Triumph Theatre, on Thursday and Friday, November Al and 12. The ox -hiblts will include cut flowers, vege- tables, cookery, plain and fancy work, school work, 'and art sections. The prize list has been increased and a re- cord* entry è ia anticipated. Jntending exhibitors at Duntroon and Canberra are notified that arrangements,"can be made to collect piqir exhibits.' The hon., secretary is Mrs., V.sW. Ham- mond, Monaro Street, Queanbeyan.

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BUS SERVICE Canberra to Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

BUS SERVICE Canberra to Goulburn A bus service has been   arranged between Can-   berra and Goulburn to   connect with the Mel-   bourne and Sydney ex- presses.                    

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AINSLIE SOCIAL SERVICE Months of Achievement QUARTERLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

AINSLIE SOCIAL SERVICE   Months of Achievement QUARTERLY MEETING The first quarterly meeting of the Ainslie Social Service Association was held at Hotel Ainslie on Tuesday evening, Mr. Knox (Chairman of the   Association), presiding.     In opening the proceedings the Chairman said that many new resi- dents' had come to Ainslie since the   inauguration of the Ainslie District Association, and as there were some vacancies on the committee, and the committee desired a wide representa- tion of residents, the quarterly gene- ral meeting had been called in order that they might be filled. At the first meeting of the Association they were fortunate in getting representation for every district in Ainslie. The social service organisation was a much more important body than was generally re- cognised, and the wlshes and feelings of residents should be expressed through that medium to the governing body of the community, which w...

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OFFICIAL OPENING The Canberra Times Building LARGE REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING The building of The Canberra Times, at Ainslie, was officially opened on Saturday afternoon last. A large number of Canberra and district residents were present and inspected the plant and machinery of the Federal Capital Press of Australia Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 1 October 1926

OFFICIAL OPENING The Canberra Times Building LARGE REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING The building of The Canberra Times, at Ainslie, was officially opened on Saturday afternoon last.   A large number of Canberra and district residents were present and inspected the plant and machinery of the Federal Capital Press of Australia Ltd. A large gathering was present at The Times Building when a demonstration of the plant and machinery was given. The guests were welcomed on behalf of the directors of the Federal Capital Press of Australia Ltd. by Mr. T. M. Shakespeare, M.L.C. In welcoming the guests to the pre- mises used for the production of The Canberra Times, Mr. Shakespeare drew attention to several features of the   building, equipment and machinery. The plant, he said, was the most modern available, and embodied some features which were unique in printing offices. One of the most pleasing factors was the excellent natural lighting provided for operatives and a new s...

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