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CHELTENHAM 1.—EVERTON JUMPERS' FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

CHELTENHAM 1.— EVEUTON JUMPERS' FLAT One and a half miles Pai'ida 10 9 vader ,9 8 John Law 10 8 Highnote 9 2 Sole Con- ' Ace High 9 0 trol 10 7 Blazeby' 9 0 Cinicos 9 10 Bunting 9 0 Opera Glittering Again 9 10 Flame 9 0 King In- Lopuri 9 0 John Law, Sole Control, Opera Again 1.40— ALBERT PARK STAKES One mile, one furlong, GO yards First Division Cimcrates 9 5 Blue Lauranton 8 11 Heaven 7 9 Sargon 8 9 Amalfi's Lindsay's Last 7 8 Gift 8 8 Deniable 7 7 Ponape 8 5 Farm flag 7 7 Barra- Lorriner 7 7 ganda 8 3 Roberts Halma 8 2 man 7 7 Fusing 7 13 Spelcroft 7 7 Prince Train Con- f Tarzan 7 10 trol 7 7; ' Ponape, Barraganda, Sargon 2. 1 0— G LOUCESTER STEEPLE Two miles, one and a half furlongs. Kingbaz 10 8 Sir Ruff 9 5 The Ashtbn 9 0 Hyphen 10 0 Marcollat 9 0 Turf Silver- Prince 9 13 stead !- 0 Derinthia 9 7 Zepha Lad 9 0 Kingbaz, Turf Prince, Sir Ruff 2.4a— PORT ADELAIDE GUINEAS Nine furlongs GO yards Beau Gem 8 12 Pennali 8 5 Comedy Catha 8 0- Prince 8 12 Naval Basama 8 12 . Action 8 0 B...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

Printed and published by Gordon Chapman at the 'Central inn Ad vocate' Ofllce, Railway Terrace, Alice Springs.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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MINING [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

MINING Prices for1 metals, quoted in London, September 5, were as follows : — Tin, .i'4«'{7 a ton. Copper (elec trolytic) £1M2 per ton. Lead (foreign, pig) £5)0 per ton. Zinc (foreign) £70 per ton. Antin mony (British) £180 per ton. An timony (British) crude, £150 per ton. Molybdenum, 48/- to 50/ ])er unit, Platinum, .'J(K)/- to :145/- an ov.. Tungsten, 125/- to l.'Jfi/- per unit.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROVED [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

PROVED James : Your Jack says 'is woirliss be bettern than yoors, Garge. George: Moine be the' best, James. De ye knows, oi can get the' noos art' an hour before 'e can.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL FEDERALS DEFEAT PIONEERS IN BEST GAME OF SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

FOOTBALL — :o: — FEDERALS DEFEAT PIONEERS IN BEST GAME OF SEASON On Sunday afternoon, with the rain away and the sun shining, the large crowd of spectators at the Anzac Football Oval saw probably the best game of foot ball played in Alice Springs. This game, between the undefeated Pioneers and the strong Federal '.side had been causing a lot of discussion, and from that fact alone, it could be seen that it would be a battle from start to finish. The ground was fair, and the game fast as within a few min utes of staining the Federals registered their first goal. Playing strongly throughout the first quarter the Fedejals regis tered a 15-point lead. The sec ond quarter saw the Pioneers throw out the challenge, and by consistent playing brought their score to within seven points of the Federals' score. The scores at this stage . being : — Federals, 4 — 7, Pioneers 3 — (». The third quarter saw the .game gradually swing in favor of the Federals and -at three-quarter time, the scores sto...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FAITH [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

FAIT H Paddy, the Irish prospector, was on a show near Hall's Creek. 'Ah yes,' he said, relating to a friend a good find. 'It was 'me Irind Hrookmaiij the geologist that did . it. Me was every inch a geologist. ,^/ Me came to me mine one dav when things was tough. Sez 1, 'Whore's the gold ?'. Sez he standing there with his geology book in his hand. 'Tis right there !' And f.here I sank and be God it wasn't long before I came on the gold stickin' out like tits on a cow's udder !' Another time Paddy had a show to which a mining expert named O'Brien came along. 'With a ;, name like O'Brien he should be : a grand geologist and will surely j; put me on the gold,' said Paddy. ?? He followed the advice of O'Brien but had a lot of hard work ; for nothing. The mine was a . I duffer. 'Phat c'd ye expect any- : how,' spat Paddy disgustedly. 'If \ he'd been a Murphy it might've ? been different. It's me own fault | entirely. I should've looked for \ nothin' better from a name like t O'Brien.' f...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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VISITING UMPIRE PRAISES WORK OF LOCAL UMPIRE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

VISITING UMPIRE PRAISES WORK OF LOCAL UMPIRE Mr. P. Redaway, of Quorn, um pired the Pioneers-Federal game on Sunday. His interpretation of the rules did a lot to make the game a grand display. After the match, Mr. Redaway spoke of the grand coaching that Mr. Blakeway had done, and he hoped that the association, players and public realised that fact. 'It was only through hard work and persistence that such an asso ciation as Alice Springs has at /the present time could have been formed, and Mr. Blakeway had certainly done a grand job,' said Mr. Redaway. Thin Oflfcc for Job Printing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

CAPITOL PICTURE THEATRE ? ? , SATURDAY, SEFTEM. Ill and TUESDAY, SEPTEM. lft '' ? -;_/-*?- Love Haunted by the Terror of the Swampland ! Based upon the novel by Gene Stratton Porter 'THE GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST' with Ruth NELSON, Dorincla CLIFTON, Loren TINDALL, Gloria HGLDEN, Ernest COSSART, Vanessa BROWN. For Gen. Ex. Supported by .... 1000 Laughs Ahead of most Musicals ! 'MEET ME ON BROADWAY' with Marjorie REYNOLDS, Fred BRADY, .Jinx FALKEN BURG, Spring BYINGTON, Allen JENKINS. Gene LOCK- / HART, Loren TINDALL. —For gen. ex. ^ | SEATS MAY BE RESERVED AT THE CAPITOL CAFE j l ——————— ———————— — — ^— . ___________ __________ j.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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NOT AT HOME [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

NOT AT HOME 'H'm !' he said to his wife. 'T must go out. I have an appoint ment' 'With whom, John ?' she asked. 'With my tailor. He is bringing his bill here at seven o'clock.' The gardener had been keeping family on vegetables stolen from the garden and was dismissed. The master wrote the following testimonial: 'John Binks was a gardener with me for six jrcars. He got more out of my garden than I have ever done myself.'

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

ANNOUNCING the opening: of our Mail Order Service in this District, we invite you to write today for our descriptive folder, which features the pick of our ex tensive range of Toys, Gifts, and ' Home-Ware, Watch Repair Ser- . vice, and something entirely new — a Buying Service which solves nil your shopping problems. ANN'S FOR GIFTS 252 RIVERSDALE ROAD, MID CAMBERWELL, MELB. VIC. el?.s FOR YOUR NEXT PRINTING THIS OFFICE — PRICES RIGHT Send your Subscription (17/4 per year or £1 posted) to this )ffice. Ken Milnes FAMILY BUTCHER Todd Street, Alice Springs — Phone 39 CIVILITY & ATTENTION PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY ? . ?. \ For over 100 years our organisation has been at the . i ; service of the Pastoral Industry throughout the j ' Commonwealth. ; ; This extensive marketing experience is at your , I disposal and a full service is available in all i departments. ? : Wool and Produce Brokers \i Fat and Store Stock Salesmen Stud Stock and Land Salesmen , Shipping1 and Airlines Agents \...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

A limited number of Rood Over coats. Cheap at Don Thomas, e ABOUT Seven Hundred Feet Fly Wire, twenty-four inches wide. Don Thomas. e A 'NICE DROPSIDE COT in good order. See Don Thomas. e BLACK Sanitary Cans (new), For Sale, tight lids, (!/-. Apply this office. x CALL on Don Thomas and see all the Secondhand Furniture, 'Ward- robes, Chest of Drawers, Bedroom Suites, Tables, Chairs and Lounge Suites. e CUTLERY Boxes For Sale, 3/6. Apply this ottice. x DAY OLD CHICKS are available from today onwards at 18/- a dozen. F. B. C. Heenan, Alice Springs. etc FRESH FISH Twice Weekly. F. B. C. Heenan & Co. e FOR SALE at Tennant Creek — One K.S.5 International Truck. Price .£250. Write F. Brown, P.O. Tennant Creek. P FOR SALE.— «-in. Nails, Gd. lb., in o(! lb. lots. Apply this office. x FOR SALE. — One Secondhand Electric Motor, 2 h.p., single phase needs repairing. Don Thomas. FOR SALE.— Hoist Oil, (-/- gallon drum lots. This office. x FOR SALE.— i in. and il Gal. T Pieces, (»d. each. ...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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FOOTBALL TROPHY AWARDED [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

FOOTBALL TROPHY AWARDED After Thursday night's football committee meeting it was an nounced that the trophy presented by Miss Minahan for the fairest and most brilliant player, had been awarded to R. Roman (Pioneers). This decision will no doubt give the public great satisfaction, as Bob Roman has all the qualifica tions that go to win this trophy. Best of kick, Bob, and may we see more of you.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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FUTURE TEST UMPIRES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

FUTURE TEST UMPIRES Umpires for Tests that will be held in Australia will, in all prob ability, be chosen from a panel. This has been discussed by the Board of Cricket Control this week. If captain of either team has a reasonable objection to any umpire, ' the umpire would be eliminated from the panel.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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DUDLEY STUDIOS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

DUDLEY STUDIOS This week we had a phone call from the travelling manager of Dudley Studios who is at present in Darwin. He is very much con cerned over the rumors that have been getting around the Territory about his firm. But the delay in completing orders was quite un avoidable, and the public should be assured of good service from this firm. See advertisement else where in this issue.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Primary Producers Oppose Banking Legislation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

Primary Producers Oppose Banking Legislation To the Editor. Sir — At a meeting of my Associa tion it w.is decided unanimously to oppose nationalisation of trading banks. Through its control of the monopoly bank the Government of the day will be able to decide who shall get financial aid and who shall be denied it. which industries shall rise nnd which fall. The door will be opened to favouritism and dis crimination. Bur the socialisation of banking has decptr and wider implications. It is a move to make possible at one swoop the so-called 'Red' objective of the Federal ALP — 'the socialisa tion of industry, production, distri bution, and exchange.' Get rid of the trading banks, centralise power in a politically-directed monopoly, nnd the way will be open by financial manipulation for the taking over of any enterprise the Government may select. This is no fanciful picture. Nationalisation is part of Comniun ist Party policy. The Communists believe revolutionary action to be necessary...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
JEWS RESIST AT HAMBURG LANDING [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

JEWS RESIST AT HAM BURG LANDING Through offering fierce resist ance to the British soldiers un loading them from their ships this week at Hamburg fifty Jews from the Runny niede Park are in Al ton?? Prison, Hamburg, on charges of having resisted the lauding of refugees at the port, and of hav ing incited others to resist. ?

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITAIN'S LOSS OF COAL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

BRITAIN'S LOSS OF COAL The situation regarding coal for Britain is becoming really serious, as the strikes in the mines continue. Over 45,000 miners are still affected, and the stoppage which is in its fifth week has cost the country over Hi3(i(0()0 tour of coal. However, there are hopes that a settlement will be affected late this week.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
NO CAN DO [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

NO CAN DO The Federal Government has announced that it has no inten tion of reducing the taxation on overtime after the introduction of the 40-hour week.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
MONEY MOON EXERCISES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

MONEY MOON EXERCISES Tomorrow (Sunday) a definite discussion will be made regarding Money Moon's trip to Melbourne for the Caul field Cup. Money Moon's leg has shown marked improvement following his injury last week.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
PORT ADELAIDE GUINEAS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 13 September 1947

PORT ADELAIDE GUINEAS On Saturday the duel hetween Comedy Prince and Beau Gem in the Guineas should provide one of the .most thrilling tussles in the history of the race. Both horses are fit, and their track gallops have been in the best of times. R. Medhurst One of Adelaide leading jockeys R. Medhurst One of Adelaide leading jockeys

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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