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Railway Stowaway Gets Seriously Injured [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

Railway Stowaway Gets Seriously Injured -o Railway officiais, hearing groans, inspec- ted a freight car at, Tailem Bend shunting yards on Thursday, and jammed between cases of goods and the wall of the car they found Edward Johnstone, of South Mel- bourne, who had stowed away on the freight trnin that left Mile End on Wed- nesday evening. Be was suffering from a fractured spine and head injuries and his condition is serious.

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Tone the System [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

hm the System By the Aid of Dr. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS Many serious illnesses-are avoided by keeping such a simple remedy a* hand, and once or twice a we6K taking a dose sufficient to cleanse and tone the system. This is the secret of good health in man, woman and child, and anyone failing to recognise this simple fact runs a serious riwk of contracting any of the dreaded complaints so common. The old saying : '" An ounce of preven- tion is worth a pound of cure," was never more aptly to the point. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills arc based on a good sound formula, and are in use by thousmds of people. They get at the cause in an un mista k-, able momier, regulating, toning and strengthening the whole system. As a searching, cleansing remedy these Pills arc unexcelled, and once tried they arc found so efficient in over for i;ig Atom1 oh Troubles, Consti pat'i'M. SU'k lied- elie, Indigestion ant1 IJ ver ('o.,j|,«lai.iL-!, that they are cor anlly i's J, and always with the Pin'ji ,u'a...

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EXHIBITION VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

EXHSBßTIQN VÏSÏTQRS The policy of the Queensland Pastoral Supplies Ltd in supplying direct to the man on the land at wholesale prices, is becoming more appreciated every year. We are ad^ vised that this firm will have, a dis- play in the building at the exhib- ition, so our readers should take the opportunity to call. They have just I been appointed Sole Queensland ' Agents for the Astor Wireless Sets vi-ich represent the very last word in wireless manufacture. These sets will be featured at the Exhibition, in addition to the Coleman Petrol stoves, which are becoming so popu- lar in the country districts. Their frustrated 65 page catalogue is a liPnd book that Should be in every home, and it can be had for the ask- , i ing, so readers should call or write..' It is not generally known that £Uh\ firm supply all groceries in any* quantity.

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Well Known Lawyer Dead [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

Well Known Lawyer Dead The death, after a short illness, of Fran- cis George Scammell, tbe well known law- yer, occurred on Thursday evening, -o

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet length*,, £2 pai cord. Sawn and split j. ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MacLachlon St. Wood Dopot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting bur alo 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. Á Charming Reflection Is Obtained by Usi MR R. H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN Daily, assisted by Cuticura Oint- ment when required. It keeps the pores active, the skin clear and free from eruptions and the scalp in a healthy hair-growing condition.._ Soap 1«.,Toleum lr,.3d.,OiniT»ent Is.and 2», For sample Sonp r>nci <'»?fitment ad- dress. "R Towns & Co., Sydney, N.S.W " Cuticur» Shaving S*irk is. Gd. Commonwealth of Australia ? O'. - . I, North and Gi Australian incorme Tax. For Twelve Months ended 30th June, 1927. .nil persons receiving £200 gross income including ke...

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS North-South Railway Construction Work Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS North-South Railway Construction Work -0 Adelaide, Friday. The contractors of the Isorbb-South Rail- way expect to begin construction work on Soptember 10th.

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CHAINED ABO WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

CHAINED ABO WOMEN The Darwin Council are to inter- view the Government Resident and endeavour to have the abo. women at the Compound, who are kept in chains, confined in some other way. The trouble with these is that they are suffering with venereal dis- ease. Most of them are fresh look- ing young women. But they can run like kangaroos, climb like possums, and are as cunning as monkeys. Some of them have very small hands and can get rid of the darbies like the handcuff king. To hold them in the jail would require a special ward- er for each prisoner. As they will not stay at the Compound Hospital until a cure is effected there seems nothing else to do but chain the ladies by the leg. Instead of this continual hostile criticism Dr Cook should have the thanks and general co-operation of the public for his efforts in rooting out a horrible disease which is rapidly destroying a splendid race of people. He should recommend that the Council should take over the care of the ladies individ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

PUBLIC NOTICE The public are hereby notified that permission to gather salt on Mis- cellaneous Lease No. 113 will have to be by order from HARNEY & FOSTER Borroloola AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE Patrica Palmer IN A PAIR OF HELLIONS ' COMEDY Snub Pollard IN THE COURTSHIP OF MILES SANDWICH

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

^^^som^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^SÊ^^' By this Brand Shaäi you know them tandan Eli ITrkís ef^ Usa iCäKIl Ä hard day in the saddle deserYes more ¿han ordinary comfort for your feet e "Srs 199 .ara" 74's answer every demand For the men of the Northern Terri- tory there is no other Riding Emperor quite so good or that offers such sturdy service "j oui local storekeeper can tell you about them. They're just wonderful. Try a pair next time n 'ey ¡laisiaa1 Coy.y Limited Sole Manufacturers Queensland »^?r< r**rvv~*>v-i*t .*--"r \**r\rzrs^i~r*l\ Cheer up old « ! Ala a "^ w- »f-.-«?"?»-* ?^","T% ^SSSSTf O-' A Jazz Record will cure it !] Adams ä Foster stock m, and they gt Hew laclr ar:fî is tlie best maa e on tile market to-day Sweet in tone Fresh Records I mu iow in price. by Evary Steamer NORTHERN TERRITORY RACINt CLUB. -o ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP 5 fur«. £15. Second Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley ored horses on...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

FOR SALE.-One 8* H. P. Gard- ner Oil Engine in good running order Apply Superintendant, Eastern Ex- tension Telegraph Co. Darwin. A growl from Pine Creek.-I notice a lot of names are mentioned as possible candidates for the Ad- visory Council. It appears to be al- ways persons about Darwin that have all to say re the Territory. Those out back that know more about it than anyone, do not seem to get a say. Darwin first; Darwin next; and then again Darwin. Any- one would think Darwin was the WHOLE TERRITORY. I would like to seesome one from say Barkley Tablelands and Western District nominated. Of course that would never do. But it is the backbone of the country; and more comos from there than anywhere. Then they could have their two for Darwin. PUBLIC NOTICE Messrs H. Snell & Co., builders and contractors, Darwin, desire to notify the public that they have sold the Darwin business to Mr C. M. Clark. In returning thanks for the liberal public patronage accorded to them in the p...

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GN 217/27 APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

GN 217/27 APPOINTMENT ? By virtue of the powers conferred upon me by the Slaughtering Or- dinance 1923-25 and the Northern' Australia Act 1926 and all other powers me thereunto enabling, I, Robert Hunter Weddell, Government Resident of North Australia, hereby appoint HENRY LEIGHTON JONES, L. R. C. S. (Edinb.) : L. R. C. P. (Edinb.) L. F. P. & S. (Glasgow) of Darwin, Medical Practitioner, as Deputy Chief Inspector of Slaughter Houses, for North Australia, durnr the absence from Darwin on duty of Cecil Evelyn Cook M.B. ; Ch.M. D. T. M. &H. as from the 5th September 1927. Dated at Darwin this 2nd day of September 1927. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident of North Australia.

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DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL "^1 The ordinary general meeting of the Darwin Town Council was held on Wednesday. Oor» Gspoüdfence Re appointaient of Special Mag- istrate. To Government Resident in emphatic protest agamr. appoint- ment of layman, considering position should be filled by person specially trained in legal matters for satis- factory decisions. Reply from Government Resident that copy of letter being referred to the Minister. To N. A. Commission for infor- mation re proposed water supply scheme for Darwin. Reply from Commission that H. G. O'connell, Principal Civil Engineer, Works and Railways Dept., who visited Darwin last March was deputed to investi- gate and report on matter. En- quiry being made as to when report would be available, and Council tacn further cc mmunicated with. Cr Mai chant suggested sending a wire to the Minister asking that matter b expedited. The Mayor said they 'could not go over people's heads and antagon- ise them. Cr Broi an said that as Mr O'con- nell ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

Dr. Haworth DENTIST KATHERINE Bridgewrk according to arrange- ment. Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can have them put in order at a charge to suit their pocket. More expensive work supplied to those who desire it. WILL VISIT DARWIN MONTHLY Dp.H. Leighton Jones HOURS AT HOME 8 to 9 a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. 7 t . 8 p.m. LATUEDAY& SUNDAY 8 t . 9 non., 7 to 8p.tm. Whci ever [i-f.Ml.lt; ímt'ücatioii rc ,ir mig \Kits retjuiirù ¡>l)nul<lhe marte fopfoi e 10 !i.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 ii Ë 8¿c it GOOL, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Service and Well-Cooked Food. MEALS AT ALL iIOURS FRESH FÏSH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarders 30/-; 21 Me«J Tickets 35/-; Single Meals 1/9. Dennison'ç Crepe Pape. ±Jonk tells you how to malro brisket?, ira.,.-», dresses, h:1'- "iv "any "ihcr pretty ii.i'.s. yee them al J "-s ml Foster', the fhc-apust hn..-o î.i town. PHONE 59. Carriers and Contractors Boats and 'i rains Met 5 and 7 Seat...

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POLO PONIES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

POLO PONIES "Bushie" writes :-Shipping horses east will never be any good unless the Govt, assist like they did in bullocks, old stags, I should say they were dying on the runs. They got 10/- per head to shin them. They -*-"e not worth that to my view or ai least the ones I saw. It is costing £14 per head for these ponies to ship to Singapore and then there is keep and attention in Darwin and Singa- pore and shipping to Penang, so you see they will run into a stiff price when they get there. J 1

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GN 215/27 PROCLAMATION THE SLAUGHTERING ORDINANCE 1923—1925 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

GN 215/27 PROCLAMATION THE SLAUGHTERING ORDINANCE 1923-1925 WHEREAS by the Slaughtering Ordinance 1923-1925 it is provided that that Ordinance shall apply only to such part or parts of the Northern Territory as the Administrator by notice in the Gazette of the North- ern Territory proclaims from time to time to be affected by that Or- dinance. And whereas it is provided by the Northern Australia Act 1926 that on and after a date to be fixed by Proclamation (which said date was fixed as the 1st day of March 1927) that part of the Northern Territory which comprises North Aus- tralia as defined in that Act should be administered separately from that part of the Northern Territpry which comprises Central Australia as so defined, and that subject ro that Act, all laws in force in the Territory on the proclaimed day should, so far as applicable, continue in force in North Australia and in Central Australia, but any such laws, other than Acts of Parliament of the Com- monwealth should have...

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NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB HANDICAPS First Day Trial Handicap. 5 fur. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB HANDICAPS First Day Trial Handicap. 5 fur. 1. Despatch. 10.5 2. Vimory.9.9 3. Dinky Di.9-2 4. Coolman.9-2 5. Traviata.:..9-0 PsSorth Australia Handicap 1 Wil\e 1 fur. 1. Adroit.10-9 2. Jogalong.10-2 3. Vimory.9-6 4. Black Douglas_.9-0 5. Coolman.9-0 Flying Handicap. 6 fur. 1. Bardelona.11.10 2. Adroit.?.10-7 3. Sanbrian.10-G 4. Bombardier.9.7 5. Lady Clare.9-0 Gulnare Handicap. I Mile 1. Bardelona.Vi-'-* 2. Adroit.10-6 3. Sanbrian.10-z 4. Vimory.9-7 5. Bombardier.9-6 6. Lady Clare.9-0 -o Second Day V. V. Brown Stakes (14 lbs over W. F. A.) 1. Despatch.10-2 2. Coolman.10-2 3. Traviata.10-2 4. Dinky Di.10-2 5. Vimory.'...10-2 6. Jogalong.9-0 Darwin Cup 1 Rfêile 5 fur. 1. Bardelona.11-8 2. Adroit.10-5 3. Sanbrian.10-4 4. Bombardier.9-G Town Plaie (Welter W.F.A.) 1 Mile 1 Bombardier.11-3 2. Adroit.11-3 3. Black Douglas.11-3 4. Vimory.11-3 5. Jogalong.9-12 Northern Agency Bracelet 1 Mile 2 fur 1. Jogalong.10-0 2. Black Douglas.9-2 3. Coolman.9-2 4. Traviata...

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GN 206/27 COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS TENDER FOR PAPERBARK [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 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, eound 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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SPORTING Acceptance for Saturday Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

SPORTING) Acceptance foi« Saturday Sydney, Friday. Warwick Stakes, 1 mile.-Pantheon 9.3, Amounis 9, Valicare, Coin Nut 8.12, Commendation, Limerick 8.11. Warwick Farm Spring Handicap, 1 mile "and 3 furlongs.-Pantheon 9.13, Murillo 8, Mirthmaker, Raw hetu 7.10, Beedos 7.8. Queen Alwyne, Dartmoor 7.7, Valhilla 7.5, Draw- bridge 7.1, Lucy Thrice 6.11. Amazing 6.10, Valparaiso 6.9, Campbell Handicap, 6 furlongs - Boaster 9 5, Persuasion 9.3, Little Queen 9 1, Calmest 8.12, Vanle 8.9, White Fang 8.8, Quixotic 8.1, Simon 7 10, Bunkum, Gounod 7.8, Killarney 7.7, The Pied Pippr, King Val 6.12, Whitta 6.10. Buyers ploaw. n - o '-'ivgr We^d will sell at his mir .¡ .-. 3' , o ,e town block. Afterwn'iN ¡t h>s 'esidence in Caven:>ph H<nv! . \)<< .oí of choice plants and palin:- -it 3 p.m. -o Mr W. .1^Byrne, of Tipperary, will probably be a cnndidale for the Advi- sory Council. Mr Byrne it. perhaps one of the best known raci in North Australia. A pnstorahst ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

I~, TOWN TALK. .*-4 Chirk «fe do., the new contractors, aro making rapid progress with the nev.r police quarters ab Darwin, When cnnpleted this building will be one of tl.t most imposing structures in town. -o Mr Harold »snell is going off to K .? herine this week. He has a lot of b.i.lge work to do on the line and will ric »-»i to hurry along to get it done before the wet. A fleet of motor cars would pation ize the Brock's Creek races if they could get there» without the risk of haviijg t0 \vixlU home ¡igain. -o Kn>m Me^rs Hornby. Hi'melrylr, cotton biokors, Liverpool, w- have rec-iived ¡i full ii ntl comprehensive map of the \mc ¡can cotton b It. A work of ¡irt mid handy as a womlei fully complete map of that pur; of the United Sta es. R imi< ndvivK'n , p< rmiül ,\u _ traii r, others fly round it; some sul round, and many havo iravtllud rou id per moior car. But Miss (Jcr tie Nan- carrow, a young lady of good family from central N. S. W., is t-stàbli-hing ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 2 September 1927

Accredited Agents for the Ford Motor Co. of Australia, (Limited.) Read this ; and if you are not astonished you will be astounded. Ford Touting CarS.-Je« Starters, and fitted with full lighting equipment, ,v,u ? VMB IÏB^ ^**B ^ balloon tyres, and:ars extra balloon tyre and tube, Handed over to you in perfect running order for £192. Liberal Terms given. Ford De LuXe CarS ?iitíed Tth wir? W^eels an(? ball°031 tyres, with an extra wire wheel and rWIW ***** , fc-M^^ J*Z\a~ Walloon tyre and tube. Wire wheels are specially adapted for the tropics. This ear handed over to you tor £213. E»sy terms can be arranged. Fitted with full lighting equipment £208. Easy Terms. A Large Stock of Ford Spares kept on hand lor the convenience of Ford owners, and are on view at our wareho ^Inspecta two tone De Luxe in our Show Rooms. NOT I«.-Our prices are Darwin Prices and vehi will be handed over to buyer- at the prices mentioned in this advertisement Ford Tourers £192. Ford do Luxe Tourer £213. Statter ...

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