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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

Strokes of Gat for Assault on Child Ten strokes cf the cat o' hine tails and two yeats imprisonment was punishment imposed hy Mr Jubtice Alibis Parsons on a young man in the Criminal Court on Mon bay when William Henry Becker, 29 years, pleaded ejuihy to having indecently annulled a girl of 11 yea ra and one month. TUESDAY NIGHT BILLY SULLIVAN IN BATTLING COWBOY STAR WILLIAM RUSSELL in AFTER MIDNIGHT COMEDY Close to Na'ure (Capitol) DON CINEMA % \i n h Ti \i& ú HEENZO IS A MONEY SAVING COUGH MIXTURE By adding sweetened water to a 2s bottle of concentrated HEENZO you will have a family supply equal to eight ordinary sized bottles of the best medicine money can buy for the treatment of coughs, colds, croup bronchitis and influenza. Hecnzo is delightful to tho palate, does not contain any drugs or poisons, and is equally good for young and old. HEENZO should be used in every home.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

  TOWN TALK.   The Victoria League farewelled their   late President, Mrs Playford, and her husband, at, a Progressive Bridge Party in the Soldiers Hall Thursday evening. Though the attendance was less than expected, all present enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Prizes were won by Miss Billy Reade and Mr Quirk, the booby prizes going to Col. Waddell, and Sister Rutherford. Dr Jones in a short speech, wished Mr and Mrs Playford bon voyage, Mr L   H A Giles seconded him. Mr Playford feelingly responded. Supper was served by the Committee, and a few dances closed the evening. Two distinct shocks of earthquake were felt at Darwin at about 5 am. yesterday, Not many people felt it, however, Darwin slumbers soundly at that hour especially on Monday. The steady shower following having a soothing effect after the long spell of dry since last April. To-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, at 5 p m on Carls Beach, near the oil tanks. Geo. Wedd will sel...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

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 past they trust that similar favors will be extended to Mr Clark whose abilities as a master trades- man are well known. SNELL & CO. Darwin, August 30, 1927. NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES s.a. MARELLA From Eastern Ports Consignees are hereby notified tha all cargo ex s.s. Marella will be de- livered by the vessel at the Railway Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility ends whan the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tackle and delivery so far as the ship is concerned will be deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must be pro- duced and surrendered at the office of the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob- tained, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised unless lodg...

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COURT DECISION ON BOULDER MURDER REWARD Perth, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

COURT DECISION ON BOULDER BSUREîrr.R REWARD Perth, Thursday The State Full Court, by majority of two io one, decidor! that ¡W"1 Clarke was entitled to the £1,000 reward offered by the Government for information that would lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who murdered Detective Inspector Walsh and De- tective Sergeant Pittman near Boulder in April 1926, for which Coulter and Treff ene were executed.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

Pu you riso lamo and stiff ? Drag through the day with your b-ck a dull, unceasing acho ? Evening find you " all played out? " Weak kidneys causo Buch troubles and one is likely to have dizzy headaches, too, and kid- ney irregulai ities. Don't risk neglect 1 Help your kidneys with a tested diuretic. Use Doaa's Bauche Kidney Pills. People all over Austral] ¿ recoru tuend Doan's. Ask your neighbour ! A PERTH CASE. Mr. W. Garret!, Mt. Lawley Tea Rooms, 647 Beaufort street, North Perth, says : " Some years ago 1 waa suddenly seized with sharp, shooting oains across the small of my back. It wat» tin* beginning of terrible suffering for me but one day I heord someone praising Dcr.n's lîaekacho Kfimey Pills, and tho tlu.iujit occurred to mc to try them. I got ßoriio .'.'«. . up, and in a few days began to feel be*> ' c:. A'j I continued laLing the Pills the im.uovemunt was maintained, five bottles du. m¿ the} i.iin out of my back and restoring me to pi.fi ux health. I shall never forgot...

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NORTH AUSTRALIA ADVISORY GOUNGIL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIA ADVISORY GOUNGIL ELECTION wl Nominations for the election of two mern bers of the Advisory Council closed on Sat urday last. The candidates and their nom- inators are as follows: GRADY, Alfred, Richard, Marran boy, miner. Nominated by, C Johnson, F Spain, W Hamilton, A Cant, C J Cashman D Gordon, T B Knowles HARDEN, Francis. Leonard, Darwin, physician, nominated by, D Egan. E Gough A Hassan, H Witte, J F Burton, 0 Spain, L A Scott. PEARCE, William, Thomas, Marran boy, miner. Nominated by, J W Rogers. H A Larsen, C Sheedy, S Hopkins, J W Bernhard, J W MeAdam. WATTS Douglas, Crombie, agent, Dar- win. Nominated by, J E Fawcett, G F Wedd, F Benrteaux, C J Cashman, C John son, H C Edwards. YOUNG, Walter John, Emungalan, car proprietor, nominated by L. M. Cum- mings, J. S T. Cummings, E.A.Cnmmings J.J.Parer, W.A Pott, C.J.Cashman

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AUSTRALIAN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Melbourne, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

AUSTRALIAN GOLF CHAMPION. SHIP Melbourne, Monday Rufus Stewart, Professional Golf Player, attached to Kooyonga Club, Adelaide, won the Open Golf Cham- pionship of Australia with a fine score of 297 for 72 holes at Sand- ringham on Friday.

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COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Northern Australia Act ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Northern Australia Act ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS The following persons have been duly nominated as candidates for the election of two members of the Ad- visory Council for North Australia to serve from and after the date of the- notification of their election. GRADY, Alfred Richard, Marran boy, miner. HARDEN, Francis Leonard, Dar- win, physician. PEARCE; William Thomas; Mar ranboy; miner. WATTS, Douglas Crombie, Dar- win, Agent. YOUNG, Walter John, Katherine, motor proprietor. A poll will accordingly be taken in accordance with law. The poll for the Darwin Subdivis ion will be taken on Saturday the 22nd day of October 1927 at the Town Hall, Darwin, and the State School House, Parap, being the poll- ing places appointed for the Terri- tory and prescribed for the Sub- division of Darwin. The poll will open at eight o'ciock in the morning and will not close until all electors present in the Polling Booth at eight o'clock in the evening and des...

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HOPE ABANDONED FOR FLYING PRINCESS Ottawa, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

MIOPE ABANDONED FOR FLYING PRINCESS Ottawa, Monday AU hope has been abandoned for 'h° safety of the St. RaphiH, which bore the Princess Loe wet >sie m Wer- theim, Col. F. F. Minchin, and Capt Hamilton, from England in an at- tempted flight to Canada.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

WANTED, a waitress. Apply Club Hotel.

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TEN THOUSAND HOMELESS BY FLOODS IN GALICIA Warsaw Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

TEft! THOUSAND HORSELESS BY FLOODS m GALICIA Warsaw Monday One hundred and fifty deaths are renortcd as a result of Ihc fiords in Gaiicia. The bridges across the Tniosfer Rover collapsed. Railways hrvc been torn up and mines flood- ed. Dozens of vii la t^os have been in- unda *-ed. The damage amounts to '; 1.000,000 and 10,000 people are homelea.

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Amazing Shooting at Bisley. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

Amazing Shooting at Bisley. London, Tae.°day. Too most amazing shooting at Bisley was neon on Salurday ab the North London Rile Club's Annual Meeting, in a compe- tition for the Cup presented by Brigadier General Gi-, H. Dean, of Adelaide. F. L. Mason, of the 10th Hussars Regiment, achieved the world's record with a score of 1C5 in 21 consecutive bullseyes (seven shots a« 200, 600 and 60Q ya.d's), li ia ihe oigh'h time the . ecu rd has been at- tained by Mason. Aller ibis font he made a possible of 85, sevi-n shots at 90U yards and thus put up 28 consecutive bulls.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS UNDERTAKER SEIZES REMAINS FOR UNPAID BILL Boston, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS UNDERTAKER SEIZES REMAINS FOR UNPAID BILL Boston, Thursday The undertaker responsible for the funeral of Sacco and Vanzetti seized the ashes of the executed men and locked them in his safe. He declares he will not release them until his bill for 700 dollars is paid. It was arranged to transfer the ashes to New York but the project had to be abandoned.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, Z2 pei cord. Sawn and split s. ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MacLachlan St. Wood Depot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting but ralo 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. RIR R. H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN üb iä lay On Face and Neck, V«/ere Very Itchy and Awful Disfigurement. "Six months ago small pimples appeared scattered on my face and neck and they were often ve^ itchy. They used to cause inflammation and much irritation and in er efore they were awful disfigurenicnls. " On seeing Cuticura Soap and Ointment advertised'I immediately sent for same which on using I found very beneficial. This encour- aged me to buy more and now I am completely healed." (Signed) Miss E. Uncles, Junction Rd., Inglewood, Taranaki, N. Z. Clear the pores of impurities by. da...

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LADY WILL FLY FROM ENGLAND TO AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

Â^Y WILL FLY FROM ENGLAND TO AUSTRALIA Another attempt to reach Aus- tralia in a light aeroplane will be made on September 25, when Capt. Lancaster purposes .to set off in charge of two "Avro Avians." Capt. Lancaster's companion will be Mrs Keith Miller, the wife of a Mel- bourne 'journalist. She will be the first woman passenger to attempt the trip to Australia.

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TRAGEDY OF DEMENTED WIFE Brisbane, T[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

TRAGEDY OF DEMENTED WIFE Brisbane, Tb irr One child is dead, another in a very critical condition, and the mother and father in hospital, as a result of the demented wife having ran amok with a razor in their home at Breakfast Creek.

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DISARMAMENT (P.J. Baker, 1926) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

DISARMAMENT (P.J. Baker, 1926) ,v*~< This book is a good collection of mater- ial for those who are making a study of dis- armament. Tho author examines various projects and treaties of the past, whick del- iberately or not were directed towards dis armament, and endeavors io show the reas- ons tor their lack of sucress He ¿joes ou with some proposals for future lines ol' at tack ou 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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PRINCESS FLIES TO CANADA London, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

PRINCESS FLIES TO CANADA London, Thursday Hamilton and Minchin took off from the Upper Avon this morning for Canada accompanied by Princess Lowenstein Wertheimer. The Roman Catholic Archbishop Cardiff sprink- led the machine with holy water and blessed the princess.

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Diggers' Cricket Club Picture Night. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

Diggers' Cricket Club Picture Night. ?o Picture fans are reminded that the Dir. gcis Cricket Club Picture Night will take place on Thursday next, A special picture starring Wesley Barry will be chown in which the pincer haired freckled faco kid proves what pluck and muscle he has. This picture must be seen to realise what an en- ormous amount of energy and work lies he hind the scenes. During the evening the latest popular airs will be dispensed by Miss. Jean Osborne, and Mr.Pete Butcbort v\ho have been hard ui work practising «o give patrons a most pleasing night. Box Plan is at Adams and Fosters,, and the prices are the same as usual.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 6 September 1927

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