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Western Civilization And The Far East S. King-Hall (1924.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

Western Civilization And The Far Ea3t Ç. King-Hall (1924.) A lonir and very full hunk, pne.'íed wit . inlVimation. A va lim bit? work of i-efr'ence for the many qnesiious in ibe F-M* East, in tvhioh Gi «at Billian and tb> Empire are inte;est.od. The author criticises America policy both in China and Japan, and comea to the conclusion that in both countries Brit ish prestige stands higher than American.

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POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

POLICE COURT B.'fnro M«- N í* R.«ll, S M., to-day, Jc-Toniiidi N omi m wa* charged that; "being an uolicenced persou, he did unlawfully pell 1 quor in quantities less than five imperial gallons, to wit, one bottle of rum. Defendant pleaded not guilty. After hearing the evidence of Con stable McNamara, Duncan Got don, and an aboriginal Sambo, defendant was found guilty and sentenced to stx months imprisonment.

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GN 211/27 Office of the Government Resident, Darwin, N.A. 24th August, 1927. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

1 GN 211/27 Office of the Government Resident, Darwin, N.A. 24th August, 1927. I It is hereby notified that the tend er of Mr T. Carey for the supply oi bread to the Darwin Hospital, anc Fanny Bay Gaol, for a period of one (1) .year from the 1st September 1927 till 31st August 1928, at th< rate of Sevenpencc (Id) per two pound (21b.) loaf, has been ac cepted. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident

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G.N.208/27. APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

G.N.208/27. APPOINTMENT. I hereby appiont VICTOR LESLIE LAMPE to be a member of the Tendei Board as from this date. R.H.WEDDELL Government Resident. Darwin, 23rd August, 1927.

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KATHERINE RIVER RACE CLUB Annual Race Meeting to be Held on 8th and 10th Oct 1927 PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

KATHERINE RIVER RACE CLUB Annual Race keeling to be Held on 8th and 10th Oct 1327 PROGRAM 1. TRIAL HANDICAP, of £10. First horse to receive £8. second £2 out of the stake. For Northern Territery bred * horses that have not won a race of the value of £5 to the winner,, Distance 5 fur. Norn. 10/-. To start at 12.30 p.m. 2. FLYING HANDICAP, of 620. First horse to receive £15, second £5 out of the stake. For all Northern Territory bred horses. Distance 6 Fur. Norn. £1. To start at 1.45 p.m. 3. HANDICAP HACK RACE, of £10. First horse to receive £8 Second horse £2 out of the stake. For Northern Territory bred horses. Distance 4 fur. Norn. 10/-. Start 2.30 p. m. 4. KATHERINE RIVER CUP of $30. First horse to receive £25 second horse £5 out, of the stake. Open to all horses. Distance 1 mile. Norn. £1/10/ To start at 3.15 p.m. 5. LADIES BRACELET of £12, with sweepstake of £2/2/- at Scale. For all Northern Terri- tory bred horses. Distance 6 fur. Norn. 12/-. To start at 4 p.m. 6. RAILWAY CONST...

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

guilders and Contractors ..?.--. Saw and Joinery R/Siils Large stocks"' of Timber, Joinry c> Building Materials' all descriptions always on hand. Anything from a packing case to a ready cut home. Plans and estimates free. lililí' ? PHONE 48. BOX 74 DARWIN «f| Every Instrument fully fiv aranteed. » Easy terms arranged. \M Write to-day for Cataloéue and ait gut nanos await your inspection. i I Price-list. |W. H. Paling & Co. Ltd., 86-68 Queen Street. Brisbane an:~*at toowoomba, rockhampton, townsville "QUALITY" OUR KEYVOTE SINCE 185 3 Surplus Military Riding Saddles THIS SADDLK is absolute - ly one of the Best and Cheapes Saddles offered to the man on the land that will oive solid wear. Practically now-never been used. Just as you see by illustration - mounted with ron, Colonial Leathe, and tiltil. Only £4 Completa 'SH^ä3K2S3*S^£»::^^^ mia w of Australia Proprietary, Ltd Touring Cars. Light Delivery runabouts ali Spar® :u ill in stock Single Sealers One Trucks Fordson Tract...

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Sequel to Taxation Dept. Raid [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

Sequel to Taxation Dept. Raid Writs have been issued for the High Court by the Commonwealth Crown Solicitor against Emanuel Alfred and Louis Abrahams, financiers, of Eliza- beth Street, Melbourne, for alleged l'ûences against tha Income Taxation Assessment Act. This action is a sequu to the sensational raid on Fri- day week by taxation and police offi- cers upon the prémices of the Small Arms Company -of which defendants wei'o directors.

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GN 204/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANDS AVAILABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDINANCE 1924-27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

GN 204/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRIGULTURAL LANDS AVAIL- ABLE FOR LEASING m TERMS OF THE CRQW7Ü LAKDS ORDIN- ANCE 1924-27. APLIGATIONS for a lease of the uncter-mentioned land as a Cultivation Farm ">vi!l be received at the Lands Department, Darwin, or the Depart of Home and Territories. Melbourne, on or before the 13th day of Novem- ber 1927. The land available is situated on the Adelaide River in the Daiwin, and Gulf District as set out in the Schedule ' nereunder Cultivation Farms are granted as leases in perpetuity.* If the land is not allotted it shall re- main open to application at the ren- iais and conditions set out in the Schedule until such time as notifica lion of its withdrawal thall be rr.ndt both in the Coaa-.u^VM-ulih, «uk» North Aus u a in. G^enes.^ All applications shah be. aicompan-« ied by a lease and îegisiraiiun fee oi thirty shillings. Schedule of Conditions under which the lands will be Leased 1. RENT.-No rent will be pay- able for Uie iirst puiud oi the lease...

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A LADY'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

A LADY'S LETTER Dear Annette I promised last week to tell you something about the 'Silent Cop". Three ladies were walking along the street to book seats at he Ten- nis Picture night. Two were Darwin ladies and the third was a visitor from up country. "What was that ?" said the visitor as she tripped and would have fallen to the ground if she had not been walking arm in arm with her friends. "Oh ! that is a Silent Cop explained her friends. "Cop ? Why I thought a cop was a policeman ! No wonder it is called a Silent Cop ; it very nearly copped me. I laughed as I passed où, ard my mind flew back to many yea,s ago to a little country town show I visited when first I came to this country. I was much interested in a man with an umbrella manipuatmg something with his hands, but on account of the crowd pressing round him I could not very well se«, what he was doing. While I was craning my neck to get. a view, a smartly dressed couple walked past. "Cop," said the lady, and the crowd ^arlvd,...

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

mmiMWiM^mwm^iaM^^m^j^^ß "A.. C3-- ZB-A.ÜK/XD SiGNWRITER, PAINTER AND DECORATOR ^g Large or small *£g Contracts First Class Work Only by Skilled Tiadesmen »Satisfaction Guaranteed Skis Estimates £55 Free "?3Í mMmmmmmmmmmmwiàémmmmmm R FRENCH PLUMBER AND SHEET METAL WORKER All Classes of General Plumoing Executed. :r=1m Cavenagh Street (Late W. Mettam.) ^'Uitv (Pty,, Ltd) having ebtablished a Depot at Darwin, have now for Sale Plume Motor Spirit Laurel Kerosene Voco Power Kerosene Gargoyle S¥3obiloils and Greases Plume Spirit selected and used by the Royal Australian Air Foree. Particulars and Prices from >jMu ent for North Australia To malk© room for new stocks, we intend sacri- ficing about 2G© pairs of Forst Oracle Footwear usually priced at from £Ss to 3Ss Sd Prices nowto clearys H 2d and lös Oall and JLins-g^ect. A LONG FELT WANT AT LAST SUPPLIED WOW OPEN I NOW OPEN ! WOW OFEN ! DELICIOUS SWEET MEATS OF THE KIND NOT SEEN IN DARWIN. RING UP TELEPHONE NO. 94, kKß ORDER DELICIOUS ...

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

'' J" J ' '-VI #> as* r^JoJ?; ? F Wo wouldn't say that Wrigley'« has a place at the wedding ceremony, but in timos of s'jtess or v/hen you have a trying ordeal to face -use WriGIey's. ^^S^{ \\w ^ ' . -> After Ever *>\al ^'^ífelí'^, JËÈÀ o a I Car for Hire § o a g Jim Young. Propt. g a - a g .Repairs Well Done, g g Ford Spares Stocked g g PhonTÛo. g g 0000000000000000000 g HORSE RUGS AU lengths same price Heavy Jute 17/-. Bebí Navy Cam as 24/-. Heavy Khaki 37/6. COLEMAN LAMPS AND LANT- ERNS-300 candle power, now 0111 pletely insect pxoof.-both 65/ GALVANISED IRON-Best qual- ity British Ciown 26g. £27/15/- 01 ii hooked month ahead £26/15/- Ion. POWER KEROSENE.-Venus x?/G per case. LINSEED OIL.-Australian 4 gal. tins Raw 4/9, and Boiled 4/11 per gallon. B & S imported in 5 gal., drums, 6d. per gallon extra. WHITELEAD.-Champions, Gen uine 18/- per 28 lb keg. Australian Special 14/- per 281|b keg. PAINTS-15/6 and 21/- per gallon Write for coljour cards. Now is t'h« seaso...

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CORRESPONDENCE AM I MY BROTHER'S KEEPER? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

CORRESPONDENCE AM I MY BROTHER'S KEEPER? Sir,-Your issue of August 22 contains an account of an aborigin- al who was charged with assaulting an aged Chinaman. It appears that the aboriginal being thirsty went to the hut of the Chinaman and asked for wate1'. When drinking from the bucket the Chinawan pulled him by the shirt and the aboriginal struck and knocked the Chinaman down. The Chinaman said he pulled the aboriginal by the shirt because he drank from the bucket "all same horse" and did not use the pannikin The aboriginal said he asked for a pannikin and as the Chinaman said "no pannikin" he drank from the bucket. That the assault was committed is beyond question. The previous convictions of the prisoner went against him. The impossibilty of the white man's law not being maintain- ed in dealing with cases such as these is of course obvious, even if the native's point of view were understood. The accused was given two months imprisonment with hard labour. An attempt to postuate t...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

CRIOKRT Wanderers team for the match on tbe Oval to-morrow (Saturday) : W Pott («apt,», N. McMillan, H. Matthews, J. PI ai i', A. Mo'Ti««, A. Brown, M. Parer, P, French. F. Don, V. MoGilvray, E Morey, Emergencies-K. Cornish, A. Coutanche. The following have h«en selec'ed to re- it-osent the Dialers: Poier (captain;, "ïonng (vice captain^, Loftes, Wilson. Caird Jones, Stoddart, Hodges, Col. Weddell, Wait, Johnson. Emergencies, Smith and Long. Get ready to book seats for the Diggers Cricket Club Picture Night Thursday Sep. tomber 8, and support clean sport. Mr. Micbelmore, Indian Island pioneer, bas installed one of the latest Chapman Sheraek engines (M. Holtze, local Agent) in his lugger, for quicker travelling. Local experts d#ncribe this engine as a beautiful thing, doin« excel'ent work. Read George Wadd's auction notice for to-morrow's pale. Good opportunity to sccuit a rare and beautiful collection of plants, Alsn a few good milking goats. Sale starts 2 30 sharp, A special' meeti...

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General Telegrams. South Johnstone Dispute Development Adelaide, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

..-»jw*«»*-** le»-* *#?<. svr»«* jt^^>e»>#-*^<.»«>«r**«»«|Bi>«»««»t*^ ! Goarra! TsJagpam«, | South Johnstone Dispute Development Adelaide, Thursday , There is an importaut development in connection with the South John- stone dispute. When the boycott, of the mill by the railway men was put into force the Commissioner immedi- ately accepted the challenge of sus- pended three men in the South John- stone district who refused to handle goods which were declared black. The Commissioner's action is fraught with far-reaching consaquences, in- volving a.battlefor supremacy between the Government and the railway men. There is a semi-official intimation that the Ministry is firmly behind the Commissioner,

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GN 205/27 MOTOR CAR DRIVERS CAUTION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 26 August 1927

GN 205/27 MOTOR CAR DRIVERS CAUTION The following extracts from the Motor' Vehicles Act, 1907, is publish- ed for general information : "Every owner of a motor vehicle shall affix and keep affixed to such motor vehicle two plates, one on the front and the other on the back thereof, in an upright position, and   so that every figure of the registered number is upright and easily dis- tinguishable, from the front in the case of the plate placed on the front of such motor vehicle and from be- hind in the case of the plate placed on the back of such motor vehicle. "Every plate displayed on a motor vehicle shall be rectangular and bear upon it the distinctive number as- signed to such motor vehicle. The ground of the plate shall be Hack,"the figures white. All figures shall be three and a half inches high; every.part of every iigure shall be five-eighths of an inch broad ; and the total width of the space taken by every figure, except in the case of the figure 1 shall be two...

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NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION Annual Tournaments Tuesday August 30th BAT Court [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION -o Annual Tournaments Tuesday August 30th BAT Court 4.30 p.m.-Brown & Edwards v Doig & 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 & 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 4 p.m.-Pennifold v winner Ed- wards & Foster.

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Taxing Opium Smoking for Revenue. Shanghai, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

Taxing Opium Smoking for Revenue. * Shanghai, Monday. The Shanghai Opium Suppression Bureau has issued a proclamation authorising legislation and the sale of opium for smoking, for the purpose of replenishing the exchequer, money being sadly needed to continue the war. Dealers and smokers are re- quired to register, The average fee is £300. Shanghai is the centre of opium distribution for the whole of China. The estimate of monthly importation of Turkish, Persian and Indian opium is 50 tons, valued at £10,000,000.

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Sensational Accident in French Alps. Paris, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

Sensational Accident in French Alps. J Paris, Monday. Twenty-one people died and 30 were injured in a sensational accident to a tourist train while descending the steep rack and pinion railway from Mer de Glace to Chamonix. The accident is the worst in the his- tory of the French Alps.

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France to Expel Riotous Foreigners. Paris, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

France to Expel Riotous Foreigners. Paris, Monday. The demonstrations following the execution of Sacca and Vauzetti con- tinue throughout France. The Gov- ernment has decided to expel 1000 foreigners who participated in the pro Sacco riots, including persons connected with the Soviet Embassy

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LATEST WAR NEWS Nanking Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

LATEST WAR NEWS Nanking Friday The Tuk Y/ah, a boat belonging to Jardine Matheson and Co was lired on by troops on the river bank olid forced to return later escorted bjT If. M. S. Woodlark. It was again fired on but the Woodlark engaged the enerby with 12 pounders and machine guns. The number of cas- ualties are not Iii:own. At Hoogehee the works of Vestey'Bros. have been occupied by men of the Royal Marine Light Infantry who were brought up by the flagship II. M. S. Hawkins. They have orders to defend the works at all costs.

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