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NEWS AND NOTES. (Article), Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer (NSW : 1915 - 1927), Friday 31 October 1919 page 2 2019-11-11 12:27 welcome home at Ainslie to.night.
welcome home at Ainslie to-night.
QUEANBEYAN. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Thursday 6 November 1919 page 4 2019-11-11 12:25 Austrialia has formed a sub-branch at
Australia has formed a sub-branch at
Obituary. MRS. PETER SHUMACK. (Article), Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer (NSW : 1915 - 1927), Tuesday 19 February 1918 page 2 2019-11-11 12:21 the rev. gentleman, who also gave an elo.
devout Amen being heard from those as.
the rev. gentleman, who also gave an elo-
devout Amen being heard from those as-
Obituary. MRS. PETER SHUMACK. (Article), Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer (NSW : 1915 - 1927), Tuesday 19 February 1918 page 2 2019-11-11 12:18
Obituary. MRS. PETER SHUMACK. (Article), Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer (NSW : 1915 - 1927), Tuesday 19 February 1918 page 2 2019-11-11 12:18
FEDERAL TERRITORY LANDS. (Government Gazette Notices), Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 - 1973), Thursday 15 May 1924 [Issue No.31] page 1135 2019-10-06 22:30 IX accordance with clause 4 (c) of the Agreement to Lease,
Territory, leased to Edward Shumaek, an area of 173 acres,
G. F. PEAIiCE, Minister for Home and Territories.
IN accordance with clause 4 (c) of the Agreement to Lease,
Territory, leased to Edward Shumack, an area of 173 acres,
G. F. PEARCE, Minister for Home and Territories.
AN AEROPLANE SMASH. SENSATION AT CANBERRA. PILOT AND OBSERVER KILLED. Sydney, February 11. (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 20 February 1926 [Issue No.3,622] page 56 2019-10-06 12:45 Sydney, Febraury 11.
Sydney, February 11.
AN AEROPLANE SMASH. SENSATION AT CANBERRA. PILOT AND OBSERVER KILLED. Sydney, February 11. (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 20 February 1926 [Issue No.3,622] page 56 2019-10-06 12:44 SIM.
'?-:?; -.: Sydney, Febraury 11. .
A De Haviland aurqyiaue, belonging to
the D.?fenc-3 Department, crashed ai Can
berra this morning and ihe p;lot, inlying-,
officer Pitt, and Mr. W- Callandeiv his
observe*,*, were killed. .:.' '?'(
The plane 'liail liuwn from Richmond
aorodrouie to Canberra. Watchers at
Canberra., saw tlie machine approaching,
and ic Seemed to be Hying perfectly. -Later
it appeared '-that the pilot was in a hurry
to n'nd a landing p^ace, and the'faet that
lie -jvidenc'y intended to laud in- a pa'd'dock
adjoining -the Yass-road showed that some
thing \va.i an.iss. Suddenly the plane
descended at a gre.nt speed, and when it
was 150 ft. from the ground it was scon
to tilt' forward and ' nose dive to the
ground. ? ' ?' ?
The machine struck tbe earth with great
*ud a second later the plane was aflame.
Flying-omcei1 Pitt, who had be^n terribly
injured, was dead. Mr. Callarider, who
was groaning, was dragged from 'ho
wreckage1. H? lost consciousness shortly
afterwards', aud when admitted to the Can
berra. Hospital bis condition was serious.
Flying-officer Pitt was stationed lit ihe
as a ' skilful pilot, and had been six
months at the aerodrome. Mr. CaTiandcr
years to the aerodrome at .Richmond; He
was a married man with two children,
wreck lie saw that Mr. Pitt was beyond
to drag the observer, Mr, Calendar, from
the debris, and in this he succeeded. ' All
Mr. Callend.ir said was 'Get my mate,'
and lie then became unconscious..
While Mr, Johnston was rescuing Mr.
nothing was left on the chirred
remains of Mr. Pitt but a wrist
let W3tch and a steel armband.
He whs not recognised until Captain
McGallicuddy arrived with a gu;ird
from Dnnlroon, and he recognised hhn by
Mr. Oallendar vis vusUed to the hospital,
was flying at ;iu altitude of about 150 ft.
when the disaster occurred, wag making
surveys for the Federal Capital Commis
Ihe following offic:al report has been
'One of the two machines from tbe
No. 3 Squad, R.A.A.F.. Richmond, Xe-,y
M. Pitt, with Mr. W. E. Cailonder, a
photographer, as passenger, was proceed
r 11 o'clock, and the machine spun to the
SMASH.
Sydney, Febraury 11.
A De Haviland aeroplane, belonging to
the Defence Department, crashed at Can-
berra this morning and the pilot, Flying-
officer Pitt, and Mr. W- Callander, his
observer, were killed.
The plane had flown from Richmond
aorodrome to Canberra. Watchers at
Canberra saw the machine approaching,
and it seemed to be flying perfectly. Later
it appeared that the pilot was in a hurry
to find a landing place, and the fact that
he evidently intended to land in a paddock
adjoining the Yass road showed that some-
thing was amiss. Suddenly the plane
descended at a great speed, and when it
was 150 ft. from the ground it was seen
to tilt forward and nose dive to the
ground.
The machine struck the earth with great
and a second later the plane was aflame.
Flying-officer Pitt, who had been terribly
injured, was dead. Mr. Callander, who
was groaning, was dragged from the
wreckage. He lost consciousness shortly
afterwards, aud when admitted to the Can
berra Hospital his condition was serious.
Flying-officer Pitt was stationed at the
as a skilful pilot, and had been six
months at the aerodrome. Mr. Callander
years to the aerodrome at Richmond. He
was a married man with two children.
wreck he saw that Mr. Pitt was beyond
to drag the observer, Mr. Callendar, from
the debris, and in this he succeeded. All
Mr. Callendar said was "Get my mate,"
and he then became unconscious..
While Mr. Johnston was rescuing Mr.
nothing was left on the charred
remains of Mr. Pitt but a wrist-
let watch and a steel armband.
He was not recognised until Captain
McGallicuddy arrived with a guard
from Duntroon, and he recognised him by
Mr. Callendar was rushed to the hospital,
was flying at an altitude of about 150 ft.
when the disaster occurred, was making
surveys for the Federal Capital Commis-
The following offic:al report has been
"One of the two machines from the
No. 3 Squad, R.A.A.F.. Richmond, New
M. Pitt, with Mr. W. E. Callander, a
photographer, as passenger, was proceed-
11 o'clock, and the machine spun to the
DECLARATION OF A "PURPOSE" UNDER THE CROWN LANDS CONSOLIDATION ACT, 1913. (Government Gazette Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 25 November 1921 [Issue No.172] page 6721 2019-10-06 12:14 f34921 Department of Lands,
I
T is hereby notified, for general information, that
be a "purpose" within the meaning of the 75th sec
[3492] Department of Lands,
IT is hereby notified, for general information, that
be a "purpose" within the meaning of the 75th sec-
FEDERAL CAPITAL. First 'Plane Arrives Looking for Aerodrome. (Article), World (Hobart, Tas. : 1918 - 1924), Thursday 15 February 1923 [Issue No.710] page 4 2019-10-06 12:01 FEDERAICAPITAL
FEDERAL CAPITAL.

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