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GOLD DISCOVERY NEAR GRAFTON [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

GOLD DISCOVERY NEAR GRAFTON A promising discovery of gold, is re- ported from a sheep statien at a creek 46 mites from Grafton. WhiJ prospecting along the line of the old Remarkable Reef, the Smith Brothers found a reef 3 feet wide which traces along the surface for 1,000 feet, cleaning up 14 tons through a battery two ounces to the ton, but the assay from, the Electrolytic Re finging and Smelting Company c Australia indicates that the treat- ment is faulty. According to this assay, cleaned blanketings yieM 52 ounqes of gold and 18/54 ounces o! silver to the ton. In the old; days the Remarkable Reef yielded go'ld to the value of £100,000 in a short time, and in one part topped 24 ounces tr« t'he ton.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

New Zealand Perpetual. ? ? ? 'I Share Capital-£250,000 Bonded Capital exceeds- £3,000,000 Shares are now available to th« general public, in bonds of £25 each, on easy terms as follows: 5 per cent on application. 5 per cent, in one month. 10/- per bond per month thereaftc For illustrated, booklet showing ti: progress cr building up a great na- tional asset by the Company, anti also other particulars. Apply to L. GARLAND a» the Victoria Hotel, Darwin DARWIN BAGGAGE AND CARRIER SERVICE. BOATS AND TRAINS MET ON AR- RIVAL. GOODS TRANSPORTED TO ANY PART OF TOWN. HARRY FARRAR SMITH STREET (Opp. Victoria Hotel) TELEPHONE 66 Shing I*ep & Co Tailors & Outfitters Photographers, Artistic En- largements, Local postcrds. Films or plates developedand printed for amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavanagh Street, Darwin Next door Australian Cife. P. 0. Box 77 IMPERIAL GAFE. Gee Fong Ming & Co. Proprietors Note our New Address Next to Adams & Foster. : Cave...

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CALENDAR FOR JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

CALENDAR FOR JUNE Sun Mon Tu»» Wed Thur Fri Sat 12 3 4 B 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 l8 14 16 16 17 l8 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 First Quarter 7th; Full Moon 15tk; Laat Quarter 22nd; New Moon 29th.

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General Telegrams. ALL DETECTIVES WITH POLICE SEARCH CITY ON TRACK OF MURDERER OF MARTHA QUIN Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

î Çenerfii Telegrams, j ALL DETECTIVES WITH POLICE SEARCH CITY ON TRACK OF MURDERER OF MARTHA QUIN Sydney, Monday. The entire detective force and members of the Metropolitan Police conducted an incessant search of the city and suburbs throughout the we'ekendi for man they suspect hav- ing murdered Martha Quin, a young waitress, in a lane near her home ¿* Petersham on Friday night. So far, their efforts have been unsuccessful.

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TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION. On Saturday the Returning Officer, Mr F. O'Leary, announced that he had received the following nominat- ions for three vacant seats on the Town Council ; BROGAN, John Henry, nominated by D. McKinnon and A. Cant. CRERAR, Alexander, nominated by W. Nuttall and V. C. M. Presley, JOHNSON, Charles, nominated by F. F. Beurteaux and J. E. Faw- cett, LITCHFIELD, Jessie Sinclair, nom- inated by J. A. Porter and A. W. Adams. MARCHANT, Robert,- nominated by R. H. Bowman and A. Hassan. MILES, Shirley, nominal ed by E. J. Foster and G\ Seale. PORTER, John AIM, nomina'ed by A. Stokes and H. Snell PRESLEY V.O. M., »ominnfcod hy G F. W dd and A, Gmt WITTE, T. eli.. Claivle, nomm.ited by E. C. Poner and E. J Ft»«rpr Only three bein« required a poll will be tu ken on Saturday, June 25. Ratepayers must vote for «t len st three candidates but they may vote for four or more. The names of the above candidates are in alphabetical order and will be in that order on the ballot papers....

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A REMARKABLE OPPORTUNITY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

A REMARKABLE OPPORTUNITY . m n ?? - Everyman's ambition should be to start his children at the point he Jleft off in life. Ordinary life insur- ance is the most popular method. One shilling invested in Perpétuai Forest Bonds is equal in value to one pound invested in ordinary in- surance, that is to say, at the same cost of ISfe assurance policy foi £500 you can have Perpetual Fores* Bonds to the matured value of at least £10,000. Norway is the only country in the world which has foreseen ^ shortage of timber. About fifty years ago Norway passed a law which competed every man who cut down a tree to plant another in its place, with the1 result that to-day Norway is exporting to the world eighty millions sterling worth oi timber every year and will continue to do so for an indefinite period. The very paper on which this paia graph is printed was originally a waving pine tree growing in Nor- way! The New Zealand Perpétuai Forests Ltd is the largest '.omm«5" cial afforestation company i...

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ALLEGED CRIMINAL LIBEL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

ALLEGED CRIMINAL LIBEL At Darwin Police Court, yesterday, before Mr. E. C, Playford, S.M. Donald McKinnon, of Darwin, was charged that he unlawfully and mali- ciously did publish in a paragraph in an issue of the Northern Standard of January ]8, 1927, certain false mali- cious scandalous and defamatory libel of and concerning the said Arthur Robinson Clapp according to the tenor and effect following : M.-C. Clapp Found.-Marranboy, Tuesday. After being lost for about thirty hours in the bush Nurses Yan sen and Button were found last night about ten miles from Marranboy. Mounted Constable Arthur Clnpp was found about five miles out. Fiorn particulars to hand it appears that Constable Clapp left the nurses, then about twenty miles from Marranboy, to get along as best they could. The desertion of the two ladies is regarded by the men as despicable. On the application of Mr. Barratt, who appeared for the defence, the case was adjourned till August 2nd to allow the defendant time to prepa...

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DARWIN TO MELBOURNE NONSTOP [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

DARWIN TO MELBOURNE NON- STOP Mr Archie Dunkerley and his as- sistant Mr Miles who 'left Darwin o \ Saturday morning on their non-stop run to Melbourne, had thie misfor- tune to be bogged for 5 hours at 51 Mile, where there is a stretch of dountry that never really dries up untfil tney beginning of the wet sea- son. Realising that it would ibe im- possible to make up the time, and knowing that if they were to break BirtVs record-their intention- it would bqi necessary to make the Kat- herine in 20 hours from Darwin, they decided to return to Darwin. They had also developed some slight engine trouble which returning to their starting point would enable them to eradicate.

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FILM CENSORSHIP REPORT Exhibition of Empire Films [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

FILM CENSORSHIP REPORT Exhibition of Empire Films The report on the work o', the Commonwealth Film Censorship f>r 1826 has now been received. Au the course of the year 1,960 films were imported into the Commoweal+h. A film is made up in reels of about 1,000 feet in Jtength. and everaJ copies are tusually imported. U.S.A. imported! 5,641 reels représentas 1,618 films United Kingdom 390 representing 198 films, while al;l other countries incJ.udeid onl|y 301 reels representing 144 films. Of the 1,960 films dealt with by the Censors 1,590 were passed unconditionally. 238 after eliminations had been made and 87 rejected, in first instance. Fifty seven of those rejected were returned to the country of ori» n without ibeing exhibited in Aus stralia and 30 were allowed regis- tration after being reconstructed arad altered so as to conform with the standards of Ceasorship. Twelve appeals were made against the o t cision of the Chief Censor,, In 8 case*, the Chief Censors decision was up- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

NOTICE. I the undersigned herewith, notify the public in general that all per- sons found »driving or interfering with stock on the Pastoral leases No 2139 & 1928 known as Esmeralda without authority from me or with- out giving notice according to t.ie ordinance wil,l| be prosecuted without respect to persons. G. STEVEN'S. £50 REWARD will .be paid for in* formation that will lead to the con- viction of any person killing or steal- ing stock owned by me. All orders given by me to any person to in any way interfere with my cattle are hereby cancelled. Any person caught mustering on Goodparla Station run without giving legal notice will be prosecuted. G. K. COOKE NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties owned by Yet Loong rire warned thai le^al proceedings will be taken against oftenders. j Notice is also given that the lane between the Daiwin Cafe and the Chinese School leading to the rear of shops in Cavanagh Street, is clos- ed at 8 p.m. and pensons will not ibe p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

On account of the Children's Fancy Dress Ball) being held! in the Town Hall on Friday night (17th), the Palmerston Institute Library will be open on Thursday night next week instead of Friday. ADAMS & FOSTER, Newsagents & Stationers, Cavenagh Street, Dar- win, receive new records every month.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

Make old age more comfortable Old age is not a matter of years alone. Many folks feel younger at 70 than others ab 60. Too many old folks are worried with Daokache, rheumatic pains and kidney irregu- larities. At such times a stimulant diuretic is helpful. . Use Doan's Backache Kidney Fills. Doan's are recommended by thousands of elderly folks from all over Australia. Ask your neighbour. AN ADELAIDE CASE. Mr. T. Hayward, of Cedar Avenue, Brigh- ton, Adelaide, Bays : " For a long time my baok ached bo much that I could scaroely move about. The pains were right over the kidneys, and when I stooped it was as much as I could do to stand up straight again. I could not get proper rest, and would get up in the morning tired and feeling sore alf over. This weary feeling was as bad as the actual pain, and I often thought I would give much to be energetio and able to move about freely. On tho advice of a friend I obtained Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and experienced rolief as soon as I comme...

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BIG FIRE LOSS AT SHIPOWNERS STORE Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

BIG FIRE LOSS AT SHIPOWNERS STORE Melbourne, Monday. A fire broke out in the store oi Howard Smiths Limited, Shipowners, Nort'h Wharf Road. The damage estimated at more than £10,000.- The considerable loss is attributed to the fact that <fche two men who discov- ered the fire were unable to raise the Brigade on the telephone before ten minutes had elapsed.

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO "SYDNEY" SAILOR [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO "SYD- NEY" SAILOR H.M.A.S'Sydnoy ai rived on Sunday morning. Coaling operations were in progress on Sunday aftrnoon wheri ' a very serious"" accident occurred to Wirefess Operator Jennings, aged about 19L Two 5-ton trucks were being pushed up and Jennings, who Was in the rear oí the first, caught his left foot between the rail of the line and the guard rail. The truck coming behind caught his heeH pressing the foot down and crushing the leg almost to the knee. The injured man, who was obviously suffering great pain, was speedily taken to the hospital, and Dr Leigh- ton Jones found it necessary to am- putate t'he teg at the knee.

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BIG BLAZE AT BRISBANE Brisbane, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

BIG BLAZE AT BRISBANE Brisbane, Monday. A big blaze broke out shortly be- fore midnight on Saturday in the upper portion of the two storied premises of A^ M. Bickford and Sons, Wholesale Druggists and Gênerai Merchants, Tank Street. Damage to the extent of thousands of pounds was caused by the fire and water to the stock and the building.

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NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP 5 lfcrs. £15. Second Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses only. For horses that have not received more than £15 from any one race 9st min. Norn. 15/-. 2. FLYING HANDICAP 6 furs. £25. Second Horse £5 from Stake. Open Race. Imported stallions and mares having been in the Northern Terri- tory at least 3 years to be allowed 3 lbs and 5 lbs respectively at scale. Qst/min,. Nom. £1/5/ 3. HACK RACE 4 furs. £10 Second Horse £2 from. Stake. Horses to b« approved by Stewards. lOst. min. Norn. 10/- Post Entry. 4. NORTH AUSTRALIA HANDI- CAP 9 furs. £|50. Second Horse £7 Third Horse £3 from' Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses, and imported stallions and mares that have been in the Northern Territory for at least 3 years. 9st. min. Nom, £2/10/ 5. GULNARE HANDICAP 8 furs. £15 Second Horse £3 from Stake. Open Race. 9st. min. Norn. 15/ ...

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WATSON REPLIES TO JENNISON Denies Imputation and Seeks Full Enquiries Adelaide, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

WATSON REPLIES TO JENNISON Denies Imputation and Seeks Full Enquiries Adelaide, Monday On Saturday the Revd. Watson stated in reply to Mr Jennison '' ask my friends who know me to ac cept my assurance that 1 never as a missionary in Papua and Northern Territory fired on a native." Obvious ]y I was drunk or non compus mentL to have made such a statement, or Jennison had been misinformed Furthermore, if Jennison has such damming proof of my infamy ne should communicate with the church authorities and the governmen. officials of thiq Home and Territories Department, at either of which ali the bad luck he evidently wishes me . would come my way in full and plenty. The General Secretary of the Missions (Rev,. J. W. Burton, M. A.) will arrive in Darwin on Tuesday and I have wired him to make the fullest enquiries at the spot.

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JENNISON ON MISSION PRACTICES STATES REV. WATSON ADMITTED FIREARMS Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

JENNISON ON MISSION PRACTICES STATES REV. WATSON ADMITTED FIREARMS Adelaide, Friday. On Tuesday evening the Kev, J C Jennison stated that the Bev. Jas. Watson before responsible persons (who are prepared to give evidence in Court to that effecî), admitted having used a stockwhip and firearms on the Millingimbi Mission Station to intimi- date natives and further emphatically declared that the use of such means and methods were necessary "to keep the beggars in their place." Why the Methodist Mission Board had not taken action, seeing that some of th» practices were made known to officials some months ago, is probably owing ki the proposed visit of the General Secretary (Rev. W J Burton, M A) to the Territory.

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NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION. EiUnVs ;i io ii"\v o;i!Uh1 foi- I lio val- ions events (¡f the Association Tour- naments winch will rom tuen ce (-ii Monday 27th June 1027' The following are the events and entrance fees. Handicap Events. (1) Mens Singles 4/0 entrance fee (2) Men Doubles 8/0 per .pair en. trance fee (3) ¡Mixed Doubles 6/0 per pair en- trance fee (4) Ladies Doubles 5/0 pur pair entrance fee (5) Ladies Singles 2/6 entrance fee Entries will close on June 20th at 6 pm. with the Association Secre- ta 7, This year the Association will provide three new ¡balls for each match, but a ground fee of 1/0 will be charged of each player in ¿re match. Entrance fees must accompany nominations a,nd ground fees to be paidl befora the match is played and any player not paying ground fee will be disqualified from the event. Any further information regarding the tourneys may !be had from the Secretary (Mr L K Michell) Two sailbrs from H.M.AiS. Sydney have been admitted to hospital su...

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SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

SHIPPING Arrivals on Monday per s.s, Marella Miss J Bruce, Miss E Besanko,Mrs F H Moyes, Mrs and Miss Linron, A H Drysdale, Misses H & S Nelson, H F Partridge, Mrs V Lnmpe & infant Miss L Besanko. J R Halligan, C E Kraegan, Mrs Edwards and infant, E W Jones, CWing, J Case, Miss.M Smith, D C Watts, EL Edwards, U Bridgoland. 'J Fleming, C Smith; Rev. and Mrs Burton, E J Martin, Mrs B Green, Mr and Mrs H Pugh, R Green, A Rodighiero, M Zanella, J Katterite^ C McPherson, R Zogu, R Kadean, I") V Johnstone, P Soillios, A Frai r, F Harden, P Sorepisos. A Christon, A F Konstant, C Papoejerrji, S Lampnno, M Savier, Pappae, O Stevenson, L William«!, B Steionouis, G Mek, Mo dee, Mrs E H- McCullough, J Know- les, Mr & Mrs Town anrl child, T Ellsmore, O McLeod, A H Frew, A Orloff, Poli, ?

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