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G. N. 209/27. APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

G. N. 209/27. APPOINTMENT. In pursuance of the powers con- ferred upon me by the Impounding Act 1858 of South Australia and Ord inance No. 10 of 1917 and the North em Australia Act 1926 and all other powers me thereunto enabling, I, Robert Hunter Weddell, Government Resident of the Territory of North Australia, do hereby appont Peler Lynch Mounted Constable, to be Acting Pound Keeper of the Darwin Pound during the absence of Harold Stanage Giles. Dated at Darwin this 23rd. day of August 1927. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident

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GN 191/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA THE NORTHERN AUSTRALIA ACT ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

GN 191/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA THE NORTHERN AUSTRALIA ACT ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS I hereby give notice that, pursuant to Regulation 6 of the Advisory Councils Election Regulations, I have this d,ay received a direction issued by the Acting Minister for Home and Tenitories for the election of two members of the Advisory Council for North Australia to serve from and after the date of the noti- fication of the'.r election, and ap- pointing the following dates for the pui poses of the election : 1. For Nominations-Saturday, the 3rd, day 01 September, 1927. 2. For tak'ng the Poll in the event of the Election beinj contested -Saturday, the 22nd day of October, 1927 3. For the close of the Scrutiny Thursday the 22nd day of Decem- ber, 1927 I also give notice that : ] . "Contritions of candidates will be re -eb ed at my office at the Cî"ïî House, Darwin. <it any time . fter this date and befoie ' 12 o'clock noon on nomination day. 2. A nomination shall not be ...

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GN 206/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS TENDER FOR PAPERBARK [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

GN 206/27 COMMONWEALTH RAIL- WAYS TENDER FOR PAPERBARK Tenders are invited for the supply of paperbark on trucks at sidings or at approved cut- tings on the North Australia Railway as follows : 10 pieces 40 feet to 45 feet in length, latter length preferr ed. These timbers are to be not less than 15 inches in diameter at small end, straight, sound and free from large knots, the bark to be left on them. Tenders close at 9 am. on Saturday 3rd September, 1927. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Envelopes to be endorsed "Tender for Paperbark.'" J. H. MILLICAN Manager Nth. Aust. Railway Darwin Í6th August 1927.

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GN 199/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

GN 199/27 TENDERS are invited from per- sons who are willing to undertake the clearng of all refuge from the ground surface of the undermention ed portion of the Township of Play- ford (Pine Creek). The successful tenderer will b* required] to effectually clear-, remove, anidi dispose of all bottles broken glass, tins, old iron; and any other refuse from the surface of the ground included within a circle having a radius of one half a mile taking Mr H E Schunke's S toro Pine Greek, as the centre. He will be required to di*p >^e of all the undei-men'ioned rofu-e by tipping same into an olid) abandoned mining shaft or shafts as directed by the Police Officer at Pine Creek and! shalL cover such refuse with a Bayer of earth not less than . si* inches in thickness. The work is to be carried out in a thorough workmanlike .manner, and to the satisfaction of the Chief Health Officer, Darwin, and must ¡be completed within a period, of One (1) month from the idate of the noti- fication of a...

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GN 178/27 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands open to application in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

GN 178/27 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands open to application in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 APPLICATIONS for a pastoral lease of the lands described in the sched- ules herei mder will be receive i at the Lands Office Darwin or the Depart- ment of Home and Territories i\lel boune on or btiore the twenty eighth day of October 1927. Any lands not taken up on the ?^U. day of October 1927 shall remain open to application us advertised and may be allotted! by the Commission to an> person who applies at the Annual : e at als and on the conditions as set on in the schedule hereunder. Date of expiry of leases-30th Jua« IStfr, , lie rent sha,U be subject to re ai> praiscment every ten years and dur- ing the tirst ten years of the lease shall be at the rate as set out m schedule above referred to. All authorized improvement & o>i the lands t& be leased shall remain the prop«..> ty of the present owrie ~ and shall be paid for at a ^ aluation to be fi...

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GN 150/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA FEDERAL; NORTH AND CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN INCOME TAX For 12 months ended 30th June 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

GN 150/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRAL[ \ FEDERAL; NORTH AND CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN SCOBIE TAX For 12 mouth» en.lod 3Sth Jub« 19'-7 ALL persons receiving £200 gro« income including Keep allowed h'j employers muet .Hodge returns on o1 before 31st August 1927 PENALTY FOR NEGLECT :-£100 Form* obtainable at all Post Office»; Polee Stations and Bank-». y A. G. WALL I D«p«ty Commissioner of Taxation

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GERMANY G P Gooch (1926) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

GERMANY G P Gooch (192C)< This is probably the bei^^^Bfik wiitten in English on preserW^U y Geimnny. Dr. Gooch asa historian needs no recommendation. It is a very good encyclopedia of inodernGeiinauy history i rom tire beginning' of Bis oiai'k. to the piègent day. Ifccoutains ehapteis of value on the Revolution, the Weimar constitution, the manner in which the Tieaty of Versailles is being executed, anda remarkable and sympathetic study of the modern "German mind" and the directions in which it is now looping-.

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FAMILY TRAGEDY OF SOLDIER SETTLER Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

FAMILY TRAGEDY OF SOLDIER SETTLER Melbourne, Friday. Becoming mentally unbalanced ow- ing to financial worries and war in- juries, a soldier settler near Rush-   wothy battered in the skulls of his wife and daughter with a hammer at their farmhouse early on Thursday morning. He then committed sui- cide by cutting his throat. The little girl was killed but the woman is   is still alive though in a critical condition.                    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

NORTHERN Limited 4 STOCK, STATION, AND ^ GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS ACENTS FGR: The Union Assurance Society Limited ¡ Fire, Employer s Liability, and Motor Vehicle Insurances DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR VEHBCLES GRAHAM BROTHERS TRUCKS CYCLONE FENCE & «ATE PTY. LTD. AMALGAMATED WERELES& ^ (AUSTRALIA) LTD. Listening-in ^ets, Ac. C. C. WAKEFIELD & CO. Ltd. Castrol Oils and Greases. Phone : 64 and 92, Darwin. AUCTION -o Saturday August 27 SaJe Starts 2.30 George Wedd will offer for publi auction at the residence of E. C Playford, Esq. Myilly Point. The wel known collection of Java, Hong Kon; & Mauritius Palms, Eucharist Lilie Crotons, Begonias, Ferns and a íiñ"Ü assortment of verandah plants, ajs< a first class lot of milking goats. Note Time and Place GEORGE WEDD Auctioneer ^

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NORTH AUSTRALIA MEDICAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIA MEDICAL SOCIETY The promoters notify the public that this Society has been organised ob lines of business efficiency and economy. After consultation 1he following scale of annual dues has been determined upon : Married, couples and. families £4/4/0 (Boys to 15 and Girls to 17) Men £2/2/ Spinsters £1/1/0 Widows, with or without families as above £1/1/0 Dues may be paid half yearly. Dues must be paid in advance. .- ny officer of the society is empowoied to collect dues. Official receipts will in all cases be issued by the seciet ary. J. H. BROGAN / President ' H. CALLANAN / Hon Sec. f'

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OVERLANDERS CONTINUE JOURNEY Another Interview—Dr and Mrs Dean of Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

OVERLANDERS CONTINUE JOURNEY Another Interview-Dr and Mrs Dean of Sydney Dr. Fred J. and Mrs Dean, who have been staying at the Victoria Hotel for the past week, left on Tuesday morning for Katherine for the purpose of ^continuing their round-Australia journey in their high powered Vauxhall car. Their route is through Victoria River Down s to Hall's Creek, thence to Derby and down through the North-west to Perth where they expect to arrive in a month's time. A representative of this paper had another refreshing chat during the week with the Doctor and his charm- ing wife both of whom said they had thoroughly enjoyed their short stay in Darwin. Dr Dean is well known to Sydneyites for his very remarkable treatment of cases 01 internal growth. In a talk with the Doctor we gathered that he does not) agree, speaking generally, with an operation being performed if, as so often happens, it is possible to re- move the growth by medical treat- ment. His surgery is in Macquarie Street where h...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

NOTICE Persons trespassing on the race- course will be prosecuted. R. H. BOWMAN Sec N T Race Club SERIOUS CHANCES ARE TAKEN M NEGLECTING A SIMPLE CASE OF PILES. Any person takes serious chances *u neglecting an ati'ack of Piles. This ailment has a tendency to become chronic, and there i? also danger of ulcération, and forming of Fistula, both very difficult to cure. The salest remedy for any form of Piles, whether etching or protruding, 5s Doan's Oint îuent. In using it there is no deten- tion from daily occupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in every corner ol' the World. It enjoys a greater demand and mor« enthusiastic popularity than any other Pile remedy ever placed on the mar- ket. Here is a case:-? Mr. J. Mitchell, 26 Campbell Street, Glebe, Sydney, says; "I was a suffer- er with Itching Piles for years, and I cannot describe the agony of this ail- ment. Scores of times I have lost m> rest, sleep being out of Hie question. I used & great many ...

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CHRIST CHURCH TRINITY 11 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

CHRIST CHURCH TRINITY 11 7.30 a.m-Holy Communion 10 am.-Eucharist. 8 p.m. Evensong

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

DON PICTURES INT. NEWS REEL STAR Wesley Barry IN THE FIGHTING CUB COMEDY Buster Brown IN OH BUSTER SATURDAY

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

By this Brand . Shall you know them e Famous "Standard" 74 id mperor comfort Ä hard day in the saddle deserves more than for yo or feet The "Standard" 74's answer every For the men of the Wortham Terri- tory there is no other Riding Emperor so good or that offers such service \ oin local storekeeper can tell you about them. 'Choy re ^underfill. Try :i pair uext time 83 a Cey", Limited Soif* ÜVSanuHcí'Jivrs -¿g£Si !^eore£Ïa?*d »wïn^-ï^rsir* w/iflw^«^«?« ^fvyfS^^tÇ^FïSK&lffî ?vrvrr -? Cheer up old man !  Jazz Reconi will cure it ! ' Adams & Foster stock REX0MÄS and they g t to Machines and Fresh Records by Every Steamer. is the best mach e c the market to-day Sweet in tone J3* NORTHERN TERRITORY RACIN« CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927, FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP 5 furs £16 Second Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley ored horses only. For horsee that have not received more than £15 from any 'one race 9st min. . Nom. 16/-. 2. FLYIN...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

FRANCIS L HARDEN M A Late Chief Medicaj Officer H. M. Hospital Ship "R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Consultations-9-12 a.m., 2-i p.m., 7-8 p.m: Expectant mother are offered the boon of painless childbirth. ¡PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL HEENZO INTRODUCES A WONDERFUL TONIC The reputation of the chemists who make HEENZO, the famous cough mixture, is behind the claim that money cannot buy a better tonic than HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS foi« enriching the blood nourishing the nerves and restoring the physical energy and nerve force of people whi> are run down, nervy neurotic or anaemic through overwork, worry, exhausted; nerves or poorness of blood Start today on the road to good health by taking HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS-they cost only 3s. per box.-2

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COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS TENDER FOR PAPERBARK [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

COMMONWEALTH RAIL- WAYS TENDER FOR PAPERBARK Tenders are invited for the supply of paperbark on trucks at sidings or at approved cut- tings on the North Australia Railway as follows : 10 pieces 40 feet to 45 feet in length, latter length preferr ed. These timbers are to be not less than 15 inches in diameter at small end, straight, sound and free from large knots, the bark to be left on them. Tenders close at 9 a.m. on Saturday 3rd September, 1927. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Envelopes to be endorsed "Tender for Paperbark/' J. H. MILLICAN Manager Nth. Aust. Railway Darwin 16th August 1927.

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NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION Annual Tournaments [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION Annual Tournaments Matches for week commencing August 29 th - Monday August 29 C of E Court 4.30 p.m.-Naylor & Michell v Redfern & Pennifold. Tuesday August 30th BAT Court 4.30 p.m.-Brown & Edwards v Doig ¿k Braham. C of E Court 4 p.m.-Michell v Coote. Wednesday August 31st Town Court 4 .30 p. m.-Brown v Redfern. Thursday September 1st BAT Court 4.45 p.m.-Miss Bleeser & Giles v Mrs Bleeser Ä Edwards. St Mary's Court 4.30 p.m.-Foster & Morey v winners Naylor & Michell & Penni- fold & Redfern. Saturday September 3rd BAT Court 4.30 p.m.-Mrs Naylor & Naylor v Mrs Barratt £ Brown. C of E Court 4p.m. -Pennifold v winner Ed- wards & Foster. Championship Events The Championship events of the above Association were commenced this week and a number of interest- ing matches were played. Results : % PARAP CUP K. Gurry v Sutherland 6-1, C-2. Michell v Giles 3-6, /-5, 6-0. Brown v E...

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Kimberley Digger Finds £3,500 Black Diamond [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

Kimberiey Digger Finds £8,500 'Mau Diamond A beautiful black diamond, ono of Iho best ever found in river diggings near Kimberley, .South Africa, has been dis^oveied by a diggtjr namod Dan Campboil The s'one weiyhod 52i purats and sold forJB8,f>00

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M[?]rderers are Executed 900 men who join protest Dismissed [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

ÜLrderers are Executed 900 men who join protest Dismissed Nicola Stcco and Bartolomeo Van zetti were executed in Charleston prison on Tuesday. As a protest against tho execution, thousands of workers in Sydney participated in the procession and demonstration organi- zed by the communists. Banners were carried protesting against the execution, and along the route the "Red Flag" and other revolutionary songs were sung. Traffic was brought to a s'andfitill while the procession pa«scd thiongh the streets. It. took nu hour to move from Eddy Avenue to Mar'in Place because, of the orders to walk an inch a stop, in funeral march order. / Nine hundred men employed by the JNew Soit h "Wales Railway Commis- sioners on the const ruction of the Ci1 y raiîwty wera dit-ini^sed for having ab.suu.ed thom se I vos fioni woik to participate iu the demonstra'inn againsr ihe execution of Sacco and Vanzatti.

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