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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 June 1927
.A. IS ??*???*?? SU »Hi I IM J M (established 1883.) CLS^Ä^ J5-¿í General Merchants and Importers. I*4*AAA,A# A.^jI> A Jil i>k it ti ^ A í VV.W Ih- 4> j» »S*- if * M -I .* * k *** J! t-fc 3. * t». .» j»f> .&lt; "|, fli Customs, Shipping, -«&lt;)^^o^P>o-&lt;«>-o&lt;@&lt;>^^o^>czr: tra DARWIN First class residential hotel, equipped with all modern comforts and conveniences. Koomy and well ventilated dining room under personal supervision of the proprietress. Mrs Gordon, late of Pine Creek, wishes to announce that she has taken over the Victoria Hotel, Darwin, where she will give visitors and the public generally the very best attention. Only the best brands of everything kept in stock. Beard »aid Kesidence upstaiis £3 3s per week. Down Stairs £2 10s per week. Board L2 2s per week, casunl meals 2s 6d, beds 2s 6d IMIIE^S. OOIR/DOJST, Proprietress THE ROAD TO FORTUNE. is before you, no behind you-push on. Believe in the good...
HUMAN EYE SECRETS. WONDERFUL NEW DEVICE OF SURGEONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 June 1927
HUMAN EYE SECRETS. WONDERFUL NEW DEVICE OF SURGEONS. A remarkable invention is being used in the Royal Westminister Oph- thalmic Hospital London. It is a magnifying device so pow- erful that the surgeons using it can peer into the innermost secrets o the huiman eye, and even see the corpuscles circulating in the blood- vessels in the eye-ball. The instrument is comprised of what is called a "slit" lamp and a corneal microscope. The former fo- cuses an intense beam of light on the eye under examination while the surgeon, with the corneal microscope -which closely resembles a pair of binoculars mounted on a focussing swive l- searches the illuminated area. "In this way," Dr. W. Lockhart Gibson, house surgeon at the hospital, explained! to a Daily Mail reporter, "we are enabled to determine the exact condition of a person's eye and readily diagnose the existing troublje with an accuracy not always possible before." Host: "When will you dine with us again?" Guest (still hungry): "Now; i...
COMMUNIST ACTIVITIES IN FRANCE MOSCOW SUPPORTS RED ARMY IN PARIS Paris, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 June 1927
COMMUNIST ACTIVITIES IN FRANCE MOSCOW SUPPORTS RED ARMY IN PARIS Iaris, Monday. In the Chamber of Deputies a startling revelation was made refla- ting to the Communist organisation in, France. M. Soulier declared the Red Army in Paris numbered 12,300 men, half of whom were recently reviewed in companies of 120 wich their officers. The J.eputy said thai manoeuvres were taking place every Sunday and the officers were aimed with revo^ers. There wer-s 170 Communist branches in the* Fren* ch Infantry alone and 200 Regular1 officers, M. Soulier added, they were members of the Communist's Party. The Moscow Government were clearly supporting the movement >o Fiance, and they should be warned by the recent leSvents in England1.
ACCIDENT TO SIR AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN CAR COLLISON AFTER FOREIGN OFFICE DINNER London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 June 1927
ACCIDENT TO SIR AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN OAR COLLISON AFTER FOREIGN OFFICE DINNER London, Monday. Sir Austen Chamberlain, Minister for Foreign. Affairs, attired in Court dress, having attended a dinner at the Foreign Office, .vas being motor ekl home accompanied by detective shortly before midnight, when the car collided, with an obelisk in Par Marnent Square. air Austen was thrown forward and his forehead »n jured. He was taken to Westminis- ter Hospital and left the institution latejr with his head swathed in band- age*. Apparently shaken, he said he had received only ai scalp wound and intended to leave London for Gen- eva, as previously arranged.
TIDES FOR JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 June 1927
TIDES rOR JUME r.m, , p.m. a.m. p.ni. 1 G 12 6 5i 16 5 59 6 36 o G 54 7 37 17 6 33 7 l8 3 7 33 8 23 l8 7 12 8 3 4 S 14 9 8 19 7 54 8 49 5 8 59 9 56 20 8 41 9 37 6 9 50 10 51 21 9 32 11 so- 7 10 53 11 58 22 10 37 il 36 8 - 0 8 23 11 56 - 9 1 10 1 23 24 0 50 1 13 10 2 12 2 24 25 1 54 2 20 11 3 0 3 13 26 2 49 3 15 12 3 36 3 54 27 3 39 4 6 13 4 13 4 33 28 4 25 5 1 14 4 49 5 15 29 5 13 5 53 15 5 24 5 56 . 30 5 5r« 6 42
PRODUCTION AND EXHIBITION OF EMPIRE FILMS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 June 1927
PRODUCTION AND EXHIBITION OF EMPIRE FILMS The matter of encouragemeint of the production and exhibition of Empire films was one of the sub- jects discussed at the last Imperial Conference. There was agreement as to the importance of dealing with this matter, having regard to the influence exerted by the cinema considered, from the general cultural and social point of view as well as with reference to the development! of trade, and to its potential value as a means of giving the peo píe oí the various parts of the Empire a more .vivid realization of one anoth- er's lives and surroundings. The Sub-Committee pointed: out that in all parts of the Empirie only a small proportion of the films ex- hibited are of Empire production; a few Empire filpns are produced* ana the arrangements for the distribu- tion of these) are far from adéquat State action could1 contribute to the solution of the problem, tout could not !bei effective unAelss by private enterprise a substantial outp.ut 01 films ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 June 1927
NOTICE. I the undersigned herewith notify the public in general that all per sons found driving or interfering with stock on the Pastoral leases No 2139 & 1928 known as Esmeralda without authority from me or with- out giving notice according to the ordinance will| be prosecuted without respect to persons. G. STEVENS. £50 REWARD will be paid for in- formation that will lead to the con- viction of any person killing or steal ing stock owned by me. All orders given by me to any person to in any way interfere with my cattle are hereby cancelled. Any person caught mustering on Goodparla Station run without giving legal notice will be prosecuted. G. R. COOKE. NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties owned by Yet Loong are warned thai legal proceedings will be taken against offenders. Notice is also given that the lane between the Darwin Cafe and the &nbsp; Chinese School leading to the rear &nbsp; of shops in Cavanagh Street, is clos- &nbsp; ed a...