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Irish General Election Soon. Dublin, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

r Irish General Election Soon. Dublin, Monday. The Irish ii ree State Government has won both by-elections, *nd the President of the Executive Council (W. T. Cosgrove), has secured a dissolution of the Dail. A general elecúon will be held on September 15. Cosgrave's action is regarded as a master stroke. It took all parties by surprise and caused a first class sen- sation in Dublin, The dominating factors in the decision were the size of majorities at bye-elections and the difficulty of carrying on owing to the small margin in the House and the illness of three Government deputies.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
QUEENSLAND RAILWAY TROUBLE Government Dismissing All Union Members Brisbane, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

QUEENSLAND RAILWAY jßovwnmestt Discussing ASS Union {Members Brisbane, Tuesday There was a dramatic dpi of the railway trouble on Monday when the Government decided that the services of all members of the Australian Railways' Union will be dispensed with from noon on Sat- urday. The Commissioner has been instructed by the Government to take steps on Monday to engage employes who are prepared to carry out instructions. The decision of Cabinet was unanimous that the Government must be paramount in running the railways and that in- terference cannot be tolerated. The ministry is prepared for'every con- tingency and in anticipation of a stoppage of the railway services has completed plans for the mainten- ance of essential services and the carriage of foodstuffs to town and country centres by roads. The or- ganization of supplies of motor fuel throughout country has also been completed.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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ARBITRATION COURT RESTORES WEEKLY HIRING FOR METAL TRADES Sydney, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

ARBITRATION COURT RESTORES WEEKLY HIRING FOR METAL TRADES Sydney, Tuesday In his judgment with respect to variations in the award claimed by the Amalgamated Engineering Union and Australian Society of Engineers, Judge Beeby, in the Commonwealth Arbitration Court on Monday re- stored the weekly hiring in the Award for Metal Trades.

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700 sheep Killed By Hailstorm. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

¿S700 sheep Killed By Hailstorm. Sydney, Monday. A terrific hailstorm has killed 700 sheep near Moree. The sheep had just been shorn and were in pens out- side the shed when the storm broke with gi eat fury. The hail fell in large jagged pieces a ad all the sheep were killed.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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Dr KILLED WHEN ANSWERS PHONE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

Dr KILLED WHEN ANSWERS PHONE I While using an electrical appliance on himself for lumbago, De J. S. F. Barnet, of Armidale picked up the telephone receiver to ar.s>wet a cal from a^patient. A complete circuil was thus formed and he was electro cuted and died in o few seconds.

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Fire Sweeps Throngh Timber Mills. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

Fire Sweeps Throngh Timber Mills. Sydney, Monday. A disastrous fire swept through tha timber mills, at Tanner and Peters, at Kogarah. The estimated damage is ¿60,000.

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STRIKE AT IRONWORKS CEASE[?] OPERATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

STRBKE AT IRONWORKS CEASE OPERATIONS 1 A fortnight ago the firemen an<| engine drivers employed at the iroi works of Hoskins & Co at Litl gow gave notice that unies they were paid higher wage they would go on strike. TI company was unable to accede the request. The men adhered ti their decision and all work aut<j matically cease- at blast furnace coke ovens, iron works, and tunnel on Monday. Having no use for rai material the firm closed their Cadi and Excelsior quarries.- 1,400 m« were thrown idle at Lithgow ai 300 at the quarries. $.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS Monoplane Hops Across Atlantic. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS Monoplane Hops Across Atlantic. London, Monday, At Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, at 5.4 a.m on Saturday, William Brook, pilot, accompanied by Edward Schlee, a Detroit business man, '. hopped " off in the monoplane Pride, of Detroit, ou a 2350 miles flight to Croydan, England, where they landed at 10.33 on Sunday morning.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

{\ FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. Sawn and split x ft. lengths *3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubio feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MaeLachl&n St. Wood Dapot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting búbalo or interfering with stock on Humpty Doo station without permission will be prosecuted irrespective of person or persons F. E. HOLMES Darwin, N. T. 19th August, 1927. IHR R. lu. BOWMAN DEWTEST DARWIN m-ni-an\ uji^a^w-g,^ftrjwtof.a**...> ? li arming C ~~1 siectioffi Obtained by Ustag Daily, assisted by Cuticnri Oint- ment when required. It k^eps the pores acive, the E,Lin clear and ilcc from gi up .ions and the scalp m a healthy heir-growing condition. _ Soap 1-.., IV. .tni'i.'i'iX'in' -<_-ït I-.jm A 2s. For t.imole i%jn" "ncl '">. 'i"»1 t J d""i"s. "Iî ikjw.îuû Cy ri ,tJ3.V/" iff"T" Cj'scuio Shn.'-Jii'j'* i I-Ga. Commons calLli of Aus inlia -o deral, North and ©entrai rai ian income fiax. For TweSvo Wícníhs ensdetí 30th Jy...

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GRAVE QUEENSLAND LABOR STRUGGLE IMMINENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

GRAVE QUEENSLAND LABOR STRUGGLE IMMINENT There have been 40 suspensions of members of the Queensland Rail- way Service for refusing duty and a grave industrial struggle is , immin- ent, no supplies being carred be- tween innisfail and South Johnstone mill.

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POLO PLAYER KILLED ON FIELD Toowoomba, Old Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

POLO PLAYER KILLED ON FIELD Toowoomba, Old Friday Charlie Munro, was playing with the Borderers against the Spring Creek B team when the pony fell and crushed him. He died while being removed in an ambulance. Deceased, who was 50 years of age, was the owner of Arcot Station, S ii verspür.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

fiJJLDlllM TUESDAY NIGHT *rnnjnnir BILLY SULLIVAN IN BATTLING COWBOY WILLIAM DUNCAN in WOLVES OF THE NORTH *_DON CINEMA_ oiHuium

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS STUDY LOCAL INDUSTRY and send your ordeis for WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS J. J. PAREE CLUB AND TERMINUS HOTELS DARWIN We pay Special Attention to coiintry onders and for which we ca'i quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD & LODGING from £2 «5s. Prompt Delivery. AU the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Address : PARER, Darwin. Äiisemli&n Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent boarders Breakfast from 6.30 a m to 9 a m Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p m. Dinner, 5 to 8 p m You sei satisfaction wh.2n you dine at the -AusliaVan Cole, because we aim at jjivng satisfaction, and oui- cook is a moot sklful artist chef. lilli lol Proprietor TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge, ments, Local postcaids. Films or plates developed and printed for amate,urs. All work executed by return post. Carenaçlf Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe. P O Box 77. Wini ig a u "Proprietors Mote our New Address WEAT TO ADAMS & FOSTER Cavenagh Street The best cook in Darwin, late o...

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Burrundie and Back. Ar Enjoyable Trip. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

Burrundie and Back. Ar Enjoyable Trip. Mr. F. F. Beurteaux (of A. E. Jolly and Co.), accompanied l>y Mrs. Beur- teaux and Mr. Arthur Lauder, re' turned to town after an enjoyable run to Burrundie, where they were guests of Mr, and Mrs, Harry Hardy, who made their stay very enjoyable. The journey was made in a Ford De Luxe, the lound trip running 350 miles, including a run to the Mary River. When questioned, Mr. Beurteanx said the road did not lend itself to speed- ing and in many places was in an extremely rough condition, detracting a great deal from the pleasure which otherwise could be had. if this main road had some atten- tion there is no doubt many Darwin residents and people up the line would make the journey to and fro. Bridge Creek, in particular, although nego- tiable, ii not inviting to the average motorist ; but if eren this creek had attention, motoring outside the town limits would be possible for the many new car owners. That motor trans sport is conducive to progr...

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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

'** Sir,-Just a caution on account of some low person, or thief, helping himsilf or themselves to my small heap of short sawn firewood. If he, she or tbey continue taking or trying to take it away, they will probably be taken to the hospital, or the police station, or the cemetery, as I hate resolved to keep a loaded gun in my boase. Of course nobody knows who I am, but whoever takes my wood will probably soon know if they continue to take it or try to do so. BILL.

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB No. Club Competition, 2nd and 3rd, Stages, August 28th 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Wo. Club Competition, 2nd and 3rd, SI ages, August 28th 1927 M. B. Todd 30 2 32 *35 2 25 R. French 30 2 32 32 2 34 W. Nuttall 30 1 31 *35 1 35 A Morris 24 7 31 29 7 35 F. French 31 2 33 29 2 31 J Cooper 28 2 30 31 2 33 K Clark 20 6 26 30 6 35 W Watson 26 2 28 30 2 32 E Munro 27 3 30 25 3 28 A Sawtell 24 2 26 30 2 32 H Ellen 25 6 31 20 6 26 R Parker 25 2 27 24 2 2G J Wetter 3 9 12 28 9 35 R Atkinson 15 3 l8 20 3 23 * M. B. Todd and W. Nuttall both scored a possible of 8 conse- cutive bulls and win engraved spoons No. 3 Club Competition 4th and 5th ' Stages, Sept 4th 1927 Scratch W Nuttall, M B Todd 1, F French, A Sawtell, R French; W Watson 2; J Cooper, E Munro, R Atkinson; R Parker 3, G Seale 4, K Clark 5; E Coote; A Morris; H Ellen, A Crerar 6, J Wetter, R, Cook 7; W Murray 8; F G Long 3.2 . This is the first occasion on wnicn a member has been handicapped"on , scratch. "*. j

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ROSEHILL RACES x Sydney, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

ROSEHILL RACES x . Sydney, Saturday! jDunda¿ Handicap.-Lady C(l stance 6/1, Quang Tart 7/1, Calm] 20/1. .August Handicap.-Drawbric 3/1, Fondant 7/2, Tibbie 5/2.

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APPEAL BOARD FOR FEDERA[?] LAND TAX Adelaide, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

APPEAL BOARD FOR FEDER LAND TAX 1 Adelaide, Thursday Keplying to a deputation whij waited on him on Monday, the Fe eral Treasurer, Dr Earl Page, sí that one of the first measures to introduced in the Federal Hoi next session would be the estable ment of an Appeal Board as quested^ The deputation was protest againat the administratil of the Federal Land Tax Act.

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DISARMAMENT (P.J. Baker, 1926) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

DISARMAMENT (P.'J. Baker, 1926) This book is a good collection of mnter ial for tbose who are making a study of dis- armament. Tho author examines various projects and treaties of the past, which del- iberately or not. were directed towards dis- armament, and endeavors to show the reas- ons for their lack of sucress He goes on with some proposals for future lints of at- tack on this subject on which international action may be possible. The chapters on the restriction of weapons and the limita tion of chemical warfare are probably the best part of the book.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 August 1927

JOB PRINTING of all kinds cuted tastefully and SMuiFfactoHlv the N.T.Times Office. 1

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