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QUEENSLAND LABOUR TROUBLE ENDED Brisbane Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

QUEENSLAND LABOUR TROUBLE ENDED Brisbane Monday After a conference between the Premier and the Disputes Committee on Saturday a settlement of the railway trouble was arrived at on the Premier's terms and the South Johnstone strike and the railway lockout declared off from midnight on Saturday. A train service will be in operation today.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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FRAUD ON COMMONWEALTH BANK FRUSTRATED Sydney Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

FRAUD ON COMMONWEALTH BANK FRUSTRATED Sydney Monday An attempt was made on Friday to defraud the Commonwealth Bank of £0,000 worth of Commonwealth Government Bearer Bonds. An order purporting to bear Ihe signature re- presentation of a large Sydney trust was presented at Martin Place office of the bank which instructed the bank to convert £6,000 worth of Commonwealth Inscribed Stock into Transferable Bonds and deliver to bearer. The bank accepted the or- ders and said the bonds would be ready for delivery in the afternoon. A young woman, who according to the police, had been engaged as a clerk by two men earlier in the week was asked by them to sign her name as witness to the orders and suspected something was wrong. Ac- cordingly, as soon as she presented the orders at the Bank she went to Police Headquarters. Detectives who approached the Bank found the orders bore forged signatures. They then followed the woman to George Street. When a man approached her she acting on instruction...

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS SURVEY FLIGHT OF THIRTEEN THOUSAND MILES Melbourne, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS SURVEY FLIGHT OF THIRTEEN THOUSAND MILES Melbourne, Monday Three De Haviland machines which comprised the group of Captain Williams' survey squadron arrived at. Point Cook aerodrome after having covered 13;000 miles. - This is the longest flight attempted in Aus- tralia by planes flying in company and the longest service flight of the kind undertaken by any Air Force of the British Empire group. Captain Williams reported that during the survey flight in conjunction with the survey ship Geranium at Melville Island, three large rivers, not pre- viously charted were discovered by the planes. There is at least a year's work for aeroplanes and a survey ship in the Northern Territory, yet! the Government contemplated plac- ing the Geranium out of commission.

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ADVISORY COUNCIL Candid Criticism by W. J. Byrne [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

ADVISORY COUNCIL Candid Criticism by W. J. Byrne Recently some Darwin friends were anxious to secure the nominat- ion of Mr W.J.Byrne, of Tipper- ary, as a candidate for the Advisory1 Council, and surprise was expressed when it became known that Mr Byrne was not nominated. In reply to a letter on the matter Mr Byrne has written as follows : After consideration I am of opin- ion that the whole thing^is a farce. Why should I be asked to contribute my time and money for the benefit of the state free of charge, whilst almost every government office you go into in Darwin has a half-clothed flapper in it receiving her three hundred a year-perhaps more, and no responsibility. It would cost me anything between fifty and a hundred pounds to buy that position as sixty per cent of the votes have to be bought; and then it appears to be on the Kathleen Mauvoreen system. There is no statement if we have to pay our own exes or not, to attend all or any meetings. Already I hold one honary position ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

TUESDAY MIGHT THE CROOK BUSTER Edmund Cobb STAR THE WESTERN MUSKETEER All Star ^_ COMEDY SLICK ARTICLES Centua ey DON CINEMA NOTICE -o I desire to notify that I have re turned to town and resumed busin- ess and take this opportunity o: thanking several lying hounds wh< have deliberately circulated storie about my having cleared out wit) dishonest intentions concerning my creditors. I would much prefer these miserable hounds to come to nit, nov that I am on the spot, and I wil undertake to have a piece of any on< of them. The person who will haras' an unprotected wife and children ii the absence of the man concerned i' too despicable for words. S. MILES Carrier etc. Darwin Sept. 13/1927. FRANCIS L HARDEN M A Late Chief Medicaj,Officer H. M. Hospital Ship " R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Consultations-9-12 a.m., 2-Í p.m., 7-8 p.m.* Expectant mother are offered tho boon of painless childbirth. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL ¡essorai» MHOTsasHSMr-t/rcEsn n ?ooaano'~''...

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METAL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

METAL MARKET The following information has been received by telegraph by the Mines Department : 12/9/1927 Copper Spot 54 13 1£ three months 55 3 1\ Electrolytic 62 0 0 forward 62 5 0 Lead Spot 22 t G forward 22 17 6 Spelter Spot 27 6 3 forward 27 10 0 Lead Spot 22 7 6 three months 284 12 6 Molybdenum 2 0 0 Wolfram 12 9 Shillings Silver Standard Spot 2 1 3/116 forward 2 1 3/16 Fine Spot 2 3 3/16 forward 2 3 3/16

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Death of Peter Lawless [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

Death of Peter Lawless The death occurred at M irranboy Hospital on Sunday 11th instant of a it elderly man named Peter Lawless, who for about two years past has been «A'orliing as a miner on his claim at M arran boy. In the year 1909, he worked as a miner on the Golden Boulder Edward Mine at West Arm, and afterwards was mining in the Coronet Hill district, Later on he went to Queensland, but prior to his return to the Territory he was at Hall's Creek, Western Australia. While at Mananboy, his health has been poor, and for a time he was au inmate of Darwin Hospital, He h.id a quiet disposition and wavS well liked by those around him. He is believed to have had a male cousin at Brisbane, but oiher than that, nothing is known as to ¡my relatives. It is understood 'har Major Dudley will not return to Darwin as Police Commissioner. The Government Resident will probably be Acting Commissioner wnh Sergeaiv St re'ton as Iuspecfcor. Mr Lovegrove will pro- bably have charge at A.lice Springs...

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SUB ROSA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

SUB ROSA The proposal to form a Darwin Branch of the Society for the Pre ention of Cruelty to Bachelors has not met with.so favorable a recept- ion as its promoters anticipated. A number of those approached showed a tendency to "sit on the fence" for reasons they kept to themselves. Some vaguely hinted at the early purchase of a super-six or the prob- ability of "getting off some time". Consequently they would have to re- sign from the Society without being able to participate in its benefits or get a return of their initiation fee. The fact that members would be eligible for enrolment in the Froth blowers' Choir made a strong appeal, but such panks in the Society's plat- form as a bonus from the Charity Organizations, the Salvation Army or the Home for Neglected Children left them cold. Quite frankly; many declared that they "didn't believe they could get it." Most of them heartily agreed that they rendered signal service to their country by re- maining single, thus leaving them fr...

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Demented Woman's Terrible Act Adelaide, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

Demented Woman's Terrible Act Adelaide. Tuesday Her mind evidently having given way Mrs Violet Kerrison on Monday morning attempted to take the lives of two of her children with a razor, and then fatally injured herself. One child, aged seven, is in a serious con- dition.

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB No. 3 Club Competition Final Stages September 11th 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB -o No. 3 Club Competition Final Stages September 11th 1927 J Wetter 30 7 35 29 7 35 M B Todd 34 1 35 33 1 34 H Ellen 27 6 33 31 6 35 J Cooper 30 2 32 34 2 35 F French 30 2 32 32 2 34 A Sawtell 29 2 31 34 2 35 E Munro 29 2 31 32 2 34' A Morris 25 6 31 27 6 33 W Nuttall 31 1 32 30 1 31 R Parker 30 2 32 29 2 31 R French 30 1 31 31 1 . 32 A Allwright 28 6 34 23 6 29 R Atkinson 22 5 27 30 5 35 K Clark 24 3 27 30 5 35 E Coote 21 2 23 29 2 31 Winners:-1st M B Todd 236; 2nd R French 234; 3rd F French 232. Mr G. Scale's Trophy 2nd & 3rd Stages September 18th 1927 HANDICAPS W Nuttall M B Todd 1; R French A Sawtell F French J Cooper E Coote E Munro 2; W Watson K Clark R Parker 3; G Seale J Wetter R Atkin- son 4; H Ellem 'A Morris 5; A All- wright 6; W Murray 8. Scores off rifle also count for championship 2nd and 3rd stages.

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Gape. Daunia Rooke Abandons Flight Calcutta, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

Gape. Daunia Rooke Abandons Flight 0) levitt i, TuOS'l'iT Captain O.Minis R) )k<> h.is ab.vi (i imrl his ±11 i» 11 r. io Ans1 ralia oiT¡n<f to diffuuhiG^ anil dolay* in'!-l'.'i ni to s >iuriM!,r a new machine. H îoke is now out of ho-"pit!i! and h>is not deci- ded on his lui ure plans.

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POLO PONIES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

POLO PONIES Mr W. J. Byrne is shipping to Singapore by the incoming Maiaoar three polo ponies which should make a name for themselves. All three are young, sound, ouiet and traceable At the Penang Polo Ponies Races last month the best time was 42 seconds over three furlongs; with 9 stone up. One of the Tipperary ponies now being shipped, cut out three furlongs in 37 seconds on :he Darwin course. Another io . vl brother to Flashlight who won both hack races in Darwin a couple of yearp ago carrying 10 st and 12 st. The third is a first class camp or drafting horse, and if he takes to the ball as he does to a beast, he should make a name for the North Australian blood.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

NORTH AUSTRALIA ADVISORY COUNCIL TO THE ELECTORS W. T. PEARCE, of Marranboy, respectfully solicits your vote and interest, and if elected will advocate the following : POLICY for DEVELOPMENT. 1.-The development of the Mining Industry, by assistance to genuine prospectors. Inducements for Capital to come into the country ; and a direct London market for the sale of metals. 2.-Encouragement to settlers by substantial reduction in shipping freights and fares to and from Southern states. Shipping and rail .way concessions to women and children to Southern states and vice versa, say once every three years. 3.-A scheme for developing our magnificent beaches in and,around Darwin by building bungalows or other suitable accommodation houses ; an essential factor for those families living inland who require a holiday by the sea and do not wish to go South. 4.-Development of good roads for motor transport. 5.-General development of the pastoral industry. 6.-Mail connection from rail head to Qu...

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AN AUSTRALIAN ENTERPRISE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

AN AUSTRALIAN ENTERPRISE When in 1911, a small coterie of enterprising spirits suggested that Australian Sunday School teachers might prefer graded Sunday School lessons, written by Australians, print- ed and published in Australia there were broad smiles at the suggestion. Australians might be willing to do the work, but had they the brains ? Dared they set themselves up as, mentally, the equals of those who issued the International Sunday School lessons, in use all over the world ? But faith triumphed; the work was done, and now, none but very insig- nificant schools in Australia use the International lessons; the bigger, the more advanced schools all use the Australian Graded Lessons, and find them infinitely superior to all others, for Australian use. Then, about two years ago, a fur- ther advance was mooted. We had our own Australian lessons; what about our own Australian hymn books ? Again there were loud smiles. We had succeeded with the lessons, but-music and songs were dift...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. , Sawn and split j. ft. lengths Ü3/15/S or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MacLarhlan St. Wood Depot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting bmí 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. MR R. H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN 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 will be prosecuted withou» respect to persons. G. STEVENS. NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties oVvned by Yet Loong ¿re warned th:u le^al pro ..ceilings will be taken against offenders. Notice is also given that the lane between the Dunvin Cafe and the Chinese School leadin...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

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LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

LAWN TENNIS Matches for the week commencing' September 12th. Tuesday Sept 13th; BAT Court; 4 30 p m Brown v Michell. Wednesday Sept 14th; BAT Court 4.30 p m Mrs Naylor & Naylor v Mrs Barratt & Brown. Town Court; 4pm Sutherland v Pennifold. Thursday Sept 15th; BAT Court; 4.30 p m «Miss Young & Michell v Winner Mrs Naylor & Naylor & Mrs Barratt & Brown. St Mary's Court; 4pm Giles v Winner Sutherland & Pennifold.

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

CRICKET Wanderers batting first compiled 62 runs. Brown being the only one to reach double figures, scoring 29. Palmerston scored 228 for nine wickets and closed the innings. SCORES Wanderers Mc Millan b Gow 0 Pott b Tootill 1 Matthews b Tootill 8 Morris b Gow 5 Parer b Tootill 0 Morey b Robins 6 Brown b Moyes 29 Graham c Gow b Robins 0 Don c Redfern b Robins 0 Cornish c Thomas ^Robins 5 Brown V not out 0 Sundries 8 62 Gow 2/9; Tootill 3/11; Thomas 0/14; Robins 4/13; Moyes 1/7. Diggers Jacobs c Brown b Pott 2 Moyes b McMillan 5 Tootill c Brown b McMillan 22 Giles b Pott 22 Leak retired 51 Gow b Parer 28 Redfern b Don 3 Thomas b Don 13 Olsen not out 42 Robins b McMillan 5 Lampe not out 25 Sundries 10 228 Pott 2/51; McMillan 3/81; Morris 0/24; Parer 1/41; Don 2/28. Competition Table P W L Pts Palmerston 8 8 0 16 Diggers 7 2 5 4 Wanderers 7 1 6 2

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TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER Morn. Aft. 1 8 24 8 40 15 8 2 8 4 2 8 55 9 10 16 8 46 9 7 3 9 30 9 44 17 9 32 9 50 4 10 16 10 32 l8 10 29 10 56 5 11 19 11 43 19 11 52 6 0 44 20 0 23 1 27 7 1 10 2 14 21 1 54 2 55 8 2 29 3 27 22 3 6 3 56 9 3 31 4 19 23 3 58 4 41 10 4 l8 5 4 24 4 40 5 17 11 5 5 5 45 25 5 16 5 47 12 5 49 6 26 26 5 49 6 16 13 6 34 7 5 27 6 22 6 43 14 7 17 7 44 28 6,52 7 9 29 7 22 7 36 30 7 51 8 3

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RANDWICK RACES Sydney Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927

RANDWICK RACES Sydney Saturday Hurdles. -Burraf or m; Jurisprud- ence; Royal Howard 7/2. Novice.-Drake; Tangible; Lauder 25/1. Tramway.-Mullabourn; Persuas- ion; Cimon 10/1. Chelmsford.- Limerick; Merry Mint; Son 0 Mine 6/4. Spring Handicap.-Murilla; Tibbie; Valamilla 4/1. Welter.-Winalot; Aorançi; Spini ker4/l.

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