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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

; DAVID DUNSMURE GLOBE HOTEL - "-BOMBALA. / r~ ) -Í EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. Tourists .specially * catered for. Oaraoc/Phonc 25.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: ACT, Australia
YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

YASS The Public Works' Department has accepted Messrs Briton's tender for   supplying the pumping plant for Yass Water Supply.         The Workers' Compensation Commis- sion will visit Yass on October 20, when a one day's" sitting will be held       At the annual meeting of the Yass   District Crickcet Association, the annual report disclosed that the Association's funds were in a flourishing condition office bearers for the coming season   were elected, the association donated     ?? trophies valued at £3/3/- each, for best bowling and batting averages, and ???? [hon sec]. promised a gold             medal for player securing the greatest number of catches. The opening mat - ches will be -Burrowa Federals v Bur owa at Burrowa, and Binalong, v Yass Unit...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABOUT THE BLACK WATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

ABOUT THE BUCK WATCH The title Black Watch is an official me; you will find it In the Army List is the modern designation of the old ;2nd and 73id Foot, Royal Highlanders. The name-arose from the fact that .hese battalions were specially set to watch the wild men of the Highlands if Scotland In the days when the liigh anders had a playful habit of making aids' on the Lowlánders. That was heir particular "watch." The word 'Black" carno from the dark tartan of t.vhich their kilts were-and still are .nade.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY DISMISSALS. S.A. Wants More Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

RAILWAY DISMISSALS. S.A. Wants More Money ADELAIDE.-Owing to the pro- gramme, of proposed expenditure being ¡?educed, due to -heavy commitments railway retrenchment^ 1$ being made. Notice of" dismissal has been given to 350 mon; *and probably 200 "wi*:l be dis- missed later- on. ^ The Premier (Mr. 'Hill) says the State will approach the. Federal Treasury to -secure tmore loan money than the '.6,000,000 allotted to &outti Australia by the Loan Council. This amount would, meet the State's ord.nary requirements if it were not for the railways rehabili- tation scheme.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

DODD'S HOTEL COOM A. Mrs. M. Ryan. TOURISTS & TRAVELLERS CARTE RED FOR. *- 'Phone: Cooma I 1. ROYAL HOTEL BUNGENDORE, * Mrs. F. E. Drysdale. ' Excellent Accommodation. *. Tourists Specially Catered for. GARAGE., ' - 'Phone: Bungendore" 1 9. . HOTEL GOULBURN (Under Vice-Regal Patronage) W. ,W." CULLCNV Proprietor. To Tourists and Travellers, this lux- uriously furnished hotel offers a Kigh-Clacs'Cuisinc and Service. Large'and Comfoi table Lounges «and Writing Rooms. " Hot and,Cold Water in Bedrooms. ' ' Sewerage, Electric Light. Lock-up Garages. Letters nnd'Tclcgrav\s , . ' promptly attended Jo. Telephone; C7. .ELECTRICAL STACEY & co. , (OP SYDNEY QUEANBEYAN BRANCH Tor Installations and Altetations carried ont af Lowest Prices ' LVMPS AND FITTINGS STOCKED, ,, - . " fJL '- Address Crawford Street, opp. Triumph Pictures. , , - i SPECIAL LINE -1NDLPLNDLNT LIGHTING SEIS. i "THE HOME FURNISHER"-QUEANBEYAN ELIAS SOUTHWELL Evciv thing In FURNITURE LINOLEUMS, MAT TRUSSES, RUG...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

THE NEWSPAPER OF THE FEDERAL CAPITAL CITY. PUBLISHED \ EVERY i THURSDAY. PRICE, 3d. .Q

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LAND CLAIMS OF 1836 [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

UND CLAIMS OF 1836 After an interval of G8 years since they were first made, the claims of heirs of William Webster, an Ameri- can cltir.cn, to large sums as compen- sation respecting large areas of land in New Zealand alleged lo have boen bought Ijy Webster from the Maoris between 1830 and 1839, have been fin- ally rejected by the British and Ameri- can Claims Arbitration Tribunal. Web- ster left New Zealand In 1815, and pre- sented the claims foi* the first time In 1858 to the Government at Washing- ton. The original claims varied from 184,000 to 500,000 acres.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTH AUSTRALIA Measures for Control Ordinances in Preparation [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

NORTH AUSTRALIA Measures for Control Ordinances in Preparation Plans for the future government and development of North Australia and Central Australia are being considered in detail by members o£ the North" Aus- tralia Commission. The commission is meeting almost | dally In Melbourne, and is framing re- commendations for the Ministry re- lating to ordinances and regulations to be put into effect when the commis ¡?Ion assumes control. At present,, the commission has actually no authority) to exercise any statutory powers as I the act under which it is constituted the Northern Australia .Act-does not come into force until a date to bo fixed l'y a proclamation by His Excellency | tho Governor-General, and the pro «'.amation has not yet been issued. Many applications' for the posts of Government residents at Darwin and Alice Springs have boen received by Hie Minister for Home and Territories (Sir William Glasgow). These will re- ceive the consideration of the Cabinet at an early date. ...

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLD HALL OF LINCOLN'S INN [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

OLD HALL OF LINCOLN'S INN Lincoln's Inn old hall 1B now under- going complete rosUnntion, the Benchers ba\ing decide«! to maintain as fal as possible the an cient banquet- ing hail of the Inn for posterity «* The old''hall dates fiom 149Sf but has none of the beauty and majestj of the younger Tudoi Hall of the Middle Temple The handsome and riehly caived oak.scieen (cirea. 15S5), the lal ge plclui e bj Hogai tia of St^ Paul, befoie Tellx, and the Gothic ""win- dows arc being caieflilly prcseived f i ora damage , Here Charles Dickens is supposed to lia-t e i epoi ted cases when it was utjed as a Court of Chtuicery, sitting in'tho sunken veil wïiicli 'still nins In fiont of the benches ? * ' "

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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HISTORIC HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

HISTORIC HOTEL. The Old Black Horse- Hotel. Rich- mond, New South Wales, lins been, re- cently condemned by the <!5htriet licen- sing bench, and will be demolished. It Is proposed to transfer Urn license to residential hotel at burrajong Heights, to bo erected by » local 'syn- dicate. Built about 181G, the Black. Horse Hotel is associated with Lae early hu" tory of the Hawkesbuiy- It attain- ed much popularity during the last century, * with newly masrled couples, and the old visitors' * boots, treasured by each succeeding licensee, contains the names of many well-known public men and1, their brides. Governor and Lady Young always vstayce], there dur- ing their visits lo Richmoisd. There is a tradition that a blade'ss con oborree was held in the yard of tluj hostelry in 1819.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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WORKERS LOSE £1,000,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

WORKERS' LOSE £1,000,000 .-. £1,000,000 has been lost in wages to the workers ofj-^histralla during, the past live years? due to industrial strife, is the estimate of the'Commonwealth Statistician. New South Wales suffer- ed more than any other two Staten combined Last year there were1499 disputes in New South Wales, and ol that no fewer than 391 occurred In the mining .Industry, with a total losi In wages to the minors of £073,018. Nearly 150,000 persons" were thrown out of work in Now South Wales.'and of that number 20,000 had no Interests In the merits of tho dispute, but were obliged to cease worlc on account of lack of coal,_ stcam»"or «power.

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MODERN HIGHWAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

'."MODERN HIGHWAYS According to an anounccment made atHa recent meeting of the'Automobile Association of Great llritain, the au- thorities, are carrying on the building .tnd reconditioning of roads throughput the Kingdom. It was announced that £40,000,000 would bo spent on English"' highways during "the financial year, ,vhilo the sum of £2,250,000 would bp ¡ivailbalo for the maintenace and im- provement of country roads during the same period. The .English roads are world famous, and an- example of what organisation, combined with technical »kill can accomplish.

Publication Title: Canberra Times, The
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ISLANDS FLIGHT PROGRESS RESUMED [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

ISLANDS FLIGHT PROGRESS RESUMED Aftei a delay of several diys at Southpoit the chief of the air staff (Gioup Captain R Williams.), Fllght Licutnnt Mclntyic, and riight-Sorgcant Ti ist left there on the third btfige of tlíÓT Çight to the" mandated t-crutones and Pacific islands at 10 minutes past 0 o'clock on Tuesday morning The machine was lefueled at Marlborough and the ahmen reached Gladstone at a quarter past ¿no, thus completing a flight ef 350 miles for the dary. Group Captain Williams left foi Hiowen on Wedne'dav momim? The delay at Southpoit was caused by a slight mirhup lo the seaplane when the airmen weic forced to descend in a lough sea last week The piopellor was damaged, nnd the au men were com- pelled to remain liiere until another propellor had been oont from Svdnev It an ived on Mond ty and oJtet it had boen fitted a satisfactory test of the engine was completed ' ^-i Vj I-??».» I" !?!!.i , i

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A BID FROM THE BLUE [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

A BID FROM THE-.BL'UE An incident i pse/nbling a cinema act took plate at Hay last week, when 40, 000 sheep weie bein* offered foi auc- tion, bujers coming- from all paits of Australia One buyer was due to ar- rive by mail aei oplane, from Melbourne, which was late ^vThe^auctioncer had started selling a- ltne^of 4^)60 wethers when the 'platie hota/in sight, and he told the assemblage*tfiat a. buyer -way on the 'plane As söon as the 'plane landed, Ihe auctioneer said, "I am of foied IS/- for 500 "^-year-old vs ethers will anvone give'*-me fl for them" The 'jJUtno pa3sbnfeer said "Yes," and the l'n'e was "knocked dawn to him At this sale 33,000 sheep -ft ere sold for i 41,715 within, an hour

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CLOUDBURST IN FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

CLOUDBURST IN FIJI. As a result of a cloudburst in Le- vuka (Fiji), the whole town was re- cently under water. Seven inches of rain fell in an hour» and, a half, and altogether li inches of rain fell in 24 hours. The flood waters s\\ ept through the. business sectlop along the water front. 'Gieat landslides crashed from Ihei mountain side, doing considerable damage. It Is estimated that tho total ¿v.i".v,sa wan moro than £10,000.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

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DELEGATES' QUARTERS At "The Savoy" [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

DELEGATES' QUARTERS At "The Savoy' The Aust! al un Beitrat 10-1 aie quart eied at the bi\oy }Iottl They hase boen given the "Business Efficiency Suite, occupying the cntlie fourth flooi with ten bed tooms and nine sit- ting tooms It is understood that some ot the latter will he converted into of- fices Tho management 'explained that it did not give the delegation the^sump tuous fifth floor, fa\ored by Eastern Pi inces and American film magnates, because it realised that the delegation .will want f> work, und not merely bask in luxurj j Theiefoie, it allotted the flooi where the most famous business, political, and national delegations have lived It is hore that the entire Ulster Cabi- net, undoi Sii James Craig, stayed dur- ing the fateful JjJsh negotiations of 1921 * The Austi allans \\l\l be the only Do- minion delegates staying at the Savoy. If they do not requite the whole floor, it will nevertheless bo rescued foi them, so' that- they will not be inter- rupted by outsiders-....

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QUEANBEYAN'S WATER Supply Now Available [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

QUEANBEYAN^ WATER Supply Now Available The N.S.W. Works* Department has Instructed its engineer at Queenbeyan to hand over the completed portion of the water supply system to the Quean- beyan Council. This was announced at the last meeting of the Queanbeyan Council. The charge for water will he 2/3 per 1000 gallons with a minimum of 9/- for the first six months. The capital debt on the water project is to be determined at a later date.

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RAILWAY ACCIDENTS VICTORIA'S BIGGER RECORD MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS VICTORIA'S BIGGER " RECORD MELBOURNE, Thursday. That New South Wales is not the only State in which railway accidents aie on the increase, it, shown |iy a charl Issued in the Victorian commis- sioners' weekly notice to îallway men. Tho chart iiliows- that during the last eight months, tillie has he»n 072 dera'llmants, man/ of whldi proved serious. .... . s" j

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canberra Times — 7 October 1926

I GREAT WHITE TRAIN OFFER BEBARFALB-ViCKERS SEWING MOHÍN ES The object of the Bebarfald VICkERS Sewing Machine exhibit -on th* Great White Trim 13 to help you to continue dressing smartly and auitab'y but at LESS COST Vsit your LOCAL PICTURE THEATRE next week and see film shewing tie Bebarfald-VICKERS hemstitching and embroidering ¡bec how it matches your furniture Th»n see the machine on the Great White Train There you will be offered FREE 1 Saddle seat sewing chair. 2 A couise in dressmaking, ' ^ 3 A sçt of sewing attachments, including hemstitcher, if you purchase a Sewing Machine. You may secure this offer by leaving IO/- part deposit on the train The Bebarfald-VICiCERS is GUARANTEED FOR YOUR LIFC T ME 1 he head part that does the sewmg is made by Vickers, England, world famous engineers Woodwork and Ironwork made in Australia m our own Factories. Do not fail to visit the e\hibit. Local Agents wanted Gee our repre- sentative on the Gr_at White Train. , TAILOR AND MERGER . Wishes...

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