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NORTHERN TERRITORY RAGING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
NORTHERN TERRITORY RAGING CLUB. . ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP 5 Curs. £15. Second Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses only. For horses that have not received more than £15, from, any one race 9st min. Norn. 15/-. 2. FLYING HANDICAP 6 furs. £25. Second Horse £5 from Stake. Open Race. Imported stallions and mares having been in the Northern Terri- tory at least 3 years to be allowed 3 lbs and 5 lbs respectively at scale. 9st. min. Norn. £1/5/ 8. HACK RACE 4 furs. £10 Second Horse £2 from Stake. Horses to be approved by Stewards. lOst. min. Norn. 10/- Post Entry. 4. NORTH AUSTRALIA HANDI- CAP 9 furs. £&0. Second Horse £7 Third. Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses, and imported stallions and mares that have been in the Northern Territory for at least 3 years. 9st. min. Nom. £2/10/ 5. GULNARE HANDICAP 8 furs. £15 Second Horse £3 from Stake. Open Race. 9st. min. ...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
The fame of Scotland as a producer of whisky is well founded. Whiskies like Young's "Mountain DeV make that fact easy to understand. Try it -you'll readily agree. A LONG FELT WANT AT LAST SUPPLIED NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! DELICIOUS SWEET MEATS OF THE KIND NOT SEEN IN DARWIN. Rift G UP TELEPHONE NO. 94. AND ORDER DELICIOUS HOT PIES. TEA, COI FEE & COCOA AND ALL KINDS OF ICED DRINKS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. HAM & EGG OR STEAK & EGG ALWAYS ON DAY OR NIGHT. MORLING OR AFTERNOON TEA SERVED IN OUR INIMITABLE STYLE. HANDSOME NEW STORY BUILDING, WELL LIGHTED AND FURN ISHED. MRS. J LEE, Proprietress, Cavanagh St. I MR R. K. BOWMAN I DENTIST g DARWIN lJllKi&lt;Vlll«l&lt;WIII|UmUBmi FOR SALE PRIME BULLOCKS delivered in trucks at either Fountain Head cr Adelaide River in lots of not les? than Fifty, at £4/10/0 per head, or £4/5/0 on Station. W. J. BYRNE, Tipperary Station. F3NE CREEK BUTCHERY I the undersigned want it to be known that I have disco...
GOLD DREDGING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
GOLD DREDGING -o To select a dredging area, experi- ence of actual alluvial! deposits and a knowledge of the geological» condi- tions that go to the formation of a metalliferous deposit are necess- ary." The area having been selected), the next step is to prospect it, or, in other words, to take such samples from surface to bottom as will be sufficient to .determine, within rea sonabfe limits, what the actual value of the ground is. Prospecting, as conducted by trained and experienced experts, has now reached such a degree of accuracy as to practically preclude the possibility of any ser- ious error. Boring is now very gen- eral'/ a 'n\)tcd, as a convenient, ra- pid, and satisfactory method of arriv- ing at values. It need, hardly be stated that, although this is so, re- sults far otherwise may ensue, unless the boring or drilling is properly and carefully conducted by men com- petent and experienced in this par- ticular form of work. Now, assum- ing the land is secured, and that pi...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
I. COOL, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Service and Well-Cooked Food. MEALS AT ALL HOURS ' FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarders 30/-; 21 Meai Tickets 35/-; Single Meals 1/9. Clere Is 't cleanses the mouth, removes ff«M5d particles between the teeth and combats acid corcùidons. ASter Evei'sr Mesa AC17 FENCING WIRE - NETTING ALL GROCERIES . WE SUPPLY YOU DIRECT WE MENTION A FEW PRICES. C.S.R. Al. SUGAR 24/3 bag. VENUS KEROSENE 12/6 case. JAMS 1 Lbs 7/5 dozen. WIRE 8g. GALVANISED £16/10/ ton. 10g. GALVANISED £18. ton. BARB WIRE 12g. £24. ton 25/ cwt 12%g. HIBISCUS LONG DIS TANCE BARB £3 per mile. WIRE NETTING 50 yard rolls 2m. x 19 gauge. 24in. 8/6 30in. 10/3 36ih. 11/6 roll. 48în. 15/6 60in. 19/- 72in. 23/- roll. 36in. x lin. 25/- rll. LUCERNE SEED Hunter Rivei Best quality 2/- lb. cwt. lots 1/11 WHITE ARSENIC 99 per cent 50/ cwt. JUST ARRIVED. NEW SHIPMENT. RABBIT TRAPS. "LANES" Patent Wire Ir-ap com- plete with chain and pin 25/- doz. "VICTOR" Patent 30/- doz. "JONES TIGER" ...
G.N. 116/27 ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVAL COLLEGE. EXAMINATION AS CADET MIDSHIPMEN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
G.N. 116/27 ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVAL COLLEGE. EXAMINATION AS CADET MID- SHIPMEN IT is hereby notified for general information that an Educational examination for the entry of boys to the Royal Australian Naval Col- lege as cadet midshipmen will oe held in September next, and. that application of intending Candidr should reach the Department of De- fence, Melbourne, not later than 30th. June next. Attention is invited to the fact that applications for the examina- tion will be accepted onl(y from a mongst boys who attain the age of 13 during the calendar year of 1927, i.e., from boys born ¡n 1914, who conform to the regulations in other ' respect». 1 :$ In the event of a candidate not be- ing able to lodge his application at the Department of Defence, Mel- bourne by 30th. June, he should wire his fulil name and address stat- ing the alternative subject which h« desires to take at the Educational Examination. Further particulars may be ob- tained at the office of the Govern- ment Reside...
TURNING ONE'S FACE TO THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
TURNING ONE'S FACEvTO THE WALL. Sir WftHf-i* Ralegh, conrtio-, soldier, man of letters, greatly distin guiphed himself in 15S2in supprv-ss ing a rebellion in Ireland ; n Ptf.lo later he was pre cn ted at thu English Court and chnrmed the comt circle by his hands'" nie prQ=( nee »nd ur.llum bearing. He tfceived unny h v ours nt the hand of tbe Queen. In nn exped- ition to North America he founded a colony which he named Virginia after tl>e Queen. On hi= return to England he engaged in other expeditions, and in some way annoyed the royal couple and so fell into disfavour. Being suspected of disloyalty, though claim- ing lo ha innocent, lie WAS committed to the Tower, where he remained for several years. In one of his letters he says, "1 turned my face to the wall" and gave way to black despair. Over- coming this tendency as it was snp ping his be-Uth and destroying his optimistic spirit ho set fled down to write and gave to the people his "His- tory of the World." Sir Walter rose a...
PALATABLE POISONS. DEADLY DRUGS WE EAT DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
PALATABLE POISONS. DEADLY DRUGS WE EAT DAILY. A man died recenlty in Montreal, Canada, from acute poisoning said to have been caused by eating stewed rhubarb leaves. These leaves, when cooked as greens, contain a deadly poison called oxalic acid, which is ,used extensively for (bleach- ing. The small amount found in rhu- barb stalks merely impart a pleasant flavor, as do the tiny quantities of citric acid in red currants, gooseber- ries, raspborries, r-nd lemons, al- though this alteo is poisonous. In fact., we eat deadly dnifs da My a.nci do not kno-R- it. The noisonous oil i- ¡minion Û-, iï"C'"l in mod i H .ne v » po^verfu1 .. Hm "?.¡R"Í: Vri's' to ibe n-.-ocp-ss f,J" -"t'l'"" v- «arwv^.*.w*sft~.T.*ilriÄCnrevs**rt«^"i**-« kippers and bloaters a poison called formalin is used, but the amount is so minute that no injury sesults. The color of some bacon rind is due to saltpetre, the principal in- gredient in gun-powder, and although the quantity of this poison in bacon is small, to e...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
? «SlVY-V*-***»***" o aDaarjDrJ-«-*'MaüDO D ? a a a a ? D o D a Car for Hire Jim Young. Propt. Repairs Well Done, g Ford Spares Stocked o Phone 145. D aDDDCiaDDQDDODODDODDD Felix Spain. Hairdresser, Razors Ground and Set. Cavenagh Street, Darwin. At Terminus liotei Burns, Philp, Line of Steamers THE FINK "Marella FOR "SINGAPORE ABOUT JUNE H NEW STEAMSHIPS " Malabar/ FOR SINGAPpRE ABOUT JULY 14 Trading Regularly between SYDNEY and SINGAPORE and calling w PORT DARWIN each way Fitted up Luxurously with all the Latest up-to-date Conveniences foi- lie Comfort of Passengers. ,*."., L> , Bona-fide Shippers or intending Passengers can obtain all iniormation by ÄDDlviusr to the Agents FP y ë A. E. JOLLY & CO., Bennett and Smith Streets, Darwin. Telephone, No. l8. WEST AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT MAIL STATE STEAMERS s. s. Koolinda LEAVES FREMANTLE JUNE 4 ARRIVES DARWIN JUNE 17 ^sengers xa*es and freights are the lowest on the coast. The cuisine is ùi the highest standard. On no account w...
G.N. 62/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
G.N. 62/27 As from 31st March 1927 all Aboriginals residing or employed in the Prohibited Area as defired in the Northern Territo *y Gazette oí 19th April 1919 G.N. No 88 of 1919 (including Darwin and Parap) are required to attend at the Darwin Compound for medical examination at the under-mentioned times : Males-at 2 p.m. on tne first Fri- day of every month. Females-at 2 p.m. on the thiru Friday of every month. Employers of Aboriginal labour are required to facilitate the above mentioned attendances uy all reason- able means in their ocwer as pro- vided by the Aboriginal Ordinance 1918-1925. CECIL COOK, Chief Protector of Aboriginals.
G.N. 133/27. BIRDS PROTECTION ORDINANCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
G.N. 133/27. BIRDS PROTECTION ORDINANCE ATTENTION is drawn to Section 9 (1) of the Birds Protection Ordin- ance 1913-26 which reads as under:- "Any person who (a) Kills, wounds, destroys, catches or takes; or Ob) Has in his possession or con- trol; or (c) Sells or offers for sale any protected bird shall be guilty of an offence, Penalty: Twenty-five Pounds". &nbsp; &nbsp; C. PRICE CONIGRAVE, Inspector of Birds. Darwin, 1st. June 1927. &nbsp;
HORRIBLE DEATH MANGLED IN WINCH Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 10 June 1927
HORRIBLE DEATH MANGLED IN WINCH Brisbane, Tuesday. Charles William Church, seaman met his death in an accident aboard the Macumba rounding Kangaroo Point in order to berth at Eagle Street wharf. Church was hoisting a derrick and became entangled in the rope at- tached to the winch. He was quickly drawn in and whirled round the winch rope tightening on his body at every revolution. The body was terribly cut by the rope. Dennison's Crepe Pape. Book tells you how to make baskets, trays, dresses, hats, and many other pretty things. See them at Adams and Foster's the cheapest house in town.
AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST CATHEDRAL Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927
AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST CATHEDRAL Brisbane, Friday. The initial step towards the ere> tion of the finest ecclestiastical structure in the Commonwealth was taken at Brisbane when Archbishap Duhig, the Mayor of Brisbane (Aid. Jo%), and T). C. Beirnei turned the first three sods of the new Roman Catholic Cathedral which will oc- cupy an imposing site on Darra HilJj, overlooking the city and the newly created Centenary Park. The edifice will cost £500,000, and witt have a dome reaching to a height of 278 feet. There will be seating accommodation foi' 4,000 people. The wholle of the building will be Australian ' material, . with prefer- ence to that of Queensland. When completed, the Cathedral, wilft be the largest and most imposing in the Commonwealth. HOUSE BLOWN UP WHEN OCCUPANTS ABSENT Residents Are Now Missing Melbourne, Friday. While the occupants were absent, a two-story brick house at North Melbourne was blown up with a charge aof gelignite shortly afer 4 o'clock on Thursday morni...
ARMED DEFENCE OF ROYALIST PUBLISHER I aris, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927
ARMED DEFENCE OF ROYALIST PUBLISHER I aris, Monday. Amazing scenes were witnessed a? the offices of the newspaper L'Ac- tion Française, published by the Royalist, M. Leon Daudet was du> to surrender and undergo imprison- ment for having libelted the drive1 of a taxicab in which his son ^ found shot. He refused to give him- self up and said, "if the police want-" ed me they must fetch me." Hun- dreds of Royalists who had sworn ti* prevent the arrest of their leader surrounded the six story buildim. where the newspaper was printed, con structing barbad wire and sandbag defences. Others carried mysterious boxes said to contain machine guns into the premises. "I am Hghtinr for the honor of my son," said Daudet. "Theire are thousands of re- solute men at my back prepared to face death. The.siege is still pro- gressing. The police did not attempt to take their prisoner.
SYNDICATE ANTICIPATE SALVING RIVERINA Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927
SYNDICATE ANTICIPATE SALV- ING RIVERINA Sydney, Monday. The steamer Riverina which was stranded about one and half miles west of Gabo Island on April 17, has been purchased by a Sydnev. Syndicate for £2,225. Notwithstand ing the unsuccessful! efforts made by Huddart- Parker Ltd and the under- writers to refloat the ship, the members of the Syndicate are most sanguine that she can be saved, and hope to bring her to Sydney within two months. The cargo on the beach, consisting of 17,000 cases of jams, tinned fruit, and pulp, has been pur- chased by N. D. Hegarty for £458.
TIDES FOR JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927
TIDES FOR JUNE a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. 1 6 12 6 51 16 5 59 6 36 2 6 54 7 37 17 .6 33 7 l8 3 7 33 8 23 l8 7 12 8 3 4 8 14 9 8 19 7 54 8 49 5 8 59 9 56 20 8 41 9 37 6 9 50 10-61 21 9 32 11 30 7 10 53 11 58 22 10 37 11 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 57 6 42