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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
CRICKET Palmerston by defeating Diggers on Saturday last; have established a lead of 10 points in the competition table, which makes their position as Premiers secure. Palmerston won the toss and sent Diggers to the wickets. Young and Lof tes opening to the bowling of Olsen and Leak. The first wicket realised 23, when Young was caught by Coote off Leak. Doig was next and the> score was brought to 37 when L«eak bowled Lof tes. Doig went aft;er the runs and at the conclusion was not out with a score of 54. Thke whole side totalled 96. Doig battled well his score including two fine, sixers. Palmerston opened w ith Leak and Tootill, who commenced to score very quickly 77 runs n were on the board when Leak was c ¡axight in slips on Lof tes for 50. Tooti li was bowled by Doig next ball for 20. 2 for 77 Olsen and Lampe carrie.1, the score to 171. Olsen 56 retired Lampe 45 retired. Giles batted well for.41 and the side totalled 255. SCORES Diggers Young c Coote b Leak 10 Loftes b Leak l8...
APPALLING STATE OF MISSISSIPPI FLOOD AREA New York [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
APPALLING STATE OF MISSISS- IPPI FLOOD AREA New York The secretary of Commerce, on re- turning from the flood regions of the Mississippi Valley, said he was greet- ed with a scene of paralysis. One half of V.-e country which inundated is now unfit for farming and its owners bankrupt. Sixty thousand "X'pîe arc dependent on the Red Cross Society for food and clothing. Thousands of others are ekeing out d miserable existence. Relief orgañ i "JJ~rs '/.': y^"T.riess to aid them. Disease, against which Hoover waged -1 fierce battle, has gained a foot- hold and it is estimated that 50, 000 are victims of Pellagra.
GENERAL TELEGRAMS CHEQUE FRAUDS MYSTERY Melbourne Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
GENERAL TELEGRAMS CHEQUE FRAUDS MYSTERY Melbourne Tuesday By the arrest of a well educated clerk the police hope to solve the mystery of a long list of cheque frauds. He is said to have stolen &nbsp; letters containing cheques addressed to city business people from country firms. He would open an account at some bank in the name to whom the cheque was made out and when the cheques were cleared he would with- draw the money. So as not to arouse suspicion stamped receipts were posted to the firms which issued the cheques. It was only when further cheques . It was only when further requests were made for payment, perhaps three months later, that the frauds were discovered. Stanley Hughes 38 years was charged with having feloniously forged a cheque for £101/11/10, while four other charges of having stolen letters con- taining cheques were preferred against him.
COMMUNISTS DESECRATE WAR SHRINE IN PARIS Paris, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
COMMUNISTS DESECRATE WAR SHRINE IN PARIS Paris, Tuesday The Tomb of the Unknown War- rior was desecrated during the week- end by Communists who made a de- monstration in retaliation for the ex- ecution of Saco and Vanzetti and the lamp of remembrance extinguish ed. On Sunday a monster-procession was formed by representative dele- gations from all parts of France. It made a counter demonstration, marching with flying colors from the Place De La Concorde to the Champs Elysees and the Arc De Triomphe, Marshall Joffre rekindling the sacred flame.
HEENZO IS A MONEY SAVING COUGH MIXTURE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
HEENZO IS A MONEY SAVING GOUGH 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. Heenzo is delightful to the palate, does not contain any drugs or poisons, and is equally good for young and old. HEENZO should be used) in every home.
KATHERINE RIVER RACE CLUB Annual Race Meeting to be Held on 8th and 10th Oct 1927 PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
KATHERBNE RIVER RAGE CLUB Annus! Race keeling io be Held cn 8th and 10th Oct 1327 PROGRAM 1. TR]AL HANDICAP, of K10. First horse to receive £o. second £2 out of the stake. Foi" 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. FIA'ING HANDICAP, of £20. 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 RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION HANDICAP HACK RACE, of £9. First horse to receive £6 . Second horse £3 out of the stake. For Northern Territory bred horses. Distance 4 fur. Norn...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
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GN 218/27 APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
GN 218/27 APPOINTMENT By virtue of the provisions of the Health Ordinance 1915-24 and the Northern Australia Act 1926 and all others powers me thereunto enabl- ing, I, Robert Hunter Weddell, Government Resident of North Aus- tralia, 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 Health Officer for North Australia, during the absence from Darwin on duty of Cecil Evelyn Cook, M. B. i 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.
GN 224/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Northern Australia Act ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
GN 224/27 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 Subdivi- sion 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 eveni...
DARWIN POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
DARWIN POLIGE COURT. Before Mr. V. 0. Lampe, Acting S.M., on Thursday, ihreo aboriginal women named Minnie, Nettie and M.ny appeared on a charge ef escaping from the Darwin compound, Sgfc. Stretton ¡tsked for adjournment on the ground that defendants were affected with venereal di?ea.'o. Adjournment was granted til! 7th October. At ihe Police-Court on Wednesday, before Mr V Lampe, rf.M., Arthur Mneieadie was chai god willi having, at 9.40 on the niLrhfc of 2nd September ridden an unlighted bicycle in Gaven, agh Street. Defendant pleaded guilty. Tbo minimum penalty of 5/- was imposed, iu default 3 days imprisonment.
A Motoring Round Australia Record [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
A Motoring Round Australia Record On Saturday evening last, Messrs P» Mayor und F Woodward, ni General Motors Ltd., Melbourne, anivcd m D.nwin on their m ni or journey mund Australiii, by which they aro ewinv üuiing to establish a record of five weeks or under. The trip is being made in a standard Buick car with stripped chassis arid the larges' out size Dunlop tyres procurable. These overlander started from Melbourne and arrived in Darwin exactly thirteen days la*er, having travelled a distance of 4,162 miles Plume spirit and other Vacuum Oil Coy. producís are are being solely used during this big test. Air Mayor said the car when fully laden for the track, weighed 2£ tous. Just behind the seat, which is comfortably fitted for two, is a large drum containing enough perol to enable 1,050 miles to be travelled without refuelling. They take turns of four hours each at tho wheel, and on the run from Melbourne travelled until midnight- each evening, and camping until 5 a.m. next day. In...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
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GN 217/27 APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 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, during 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.
GN 216/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT Testamentary Causes Jurisdiction [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 9 September 1927
GN 216/27 -o IN THE SUPREME COURT -o Testamentary Causes Jurisdiction In the matter of the estate of the WILLIAM GEORGE WELDON, late of Pine Hill Station, Central Aus- tralia . Whereas I, the Public Trustee of the Territory of Central Australia have been duly authorised to ad- minister the abovementioned es- tate, notice is hereby given pursuant to the 22nd section of the Trustee Act 1893 that all creditors, bene- ficiaries and other persons having claims against the above estate are required to send in, in writing, to me at my office, Alice Springs, full particulars and proof of such claim on or before the 30fh day of November 1927 or in default thereof I will proceed to distribute the said estate or such parts thereof as may have come to my hands amongst the persons re spectvely entitled thereto having re- gard only to the claims of which I then have notice and that I, the said Public Trustee, will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of wh...