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LEAGUE OF NATIONS ASSEMBLY SURPRISES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927
LEAGUE OF NATIONS ASSEMBLY SURPRISES The Geneva weekend sittings of the League of Nations Assembly was responsible for unexpected develop- ments; the most important of which was Germany's acceptance of the optional clauses in the Hague Court Agreement for ' compulsory arbitrat- ion in International disputes. Poland submitted a resolution declaring that the states comprising the league must not go to war. Germany also obtained a seat on the Mandates Commission.
GLAND GRAFTING TO INCREASE MUTTON AND WOOL SUPPLY London Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927
GLAND DRAFTING TO INCREASE MUTTON AND WOOL SUPPLY London Monday Professor Veronoff; who is experi- menting with gland grafting on sheep at the Government breeding station in Algeria for the purpose of producing a more vigorous live stock said he was daily making 12 trans- plantations of glands. He found the effect good in quantity of wool grown by animals treated and by successive generations of lambs. He claimed that if the sheepowners throughout the world immediately put his method into practice . the world's supply of mutton would in- crease one fifth in slightly over a year and the world's supply of wool would increase 25 per cent.
POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927
POLICE COURT Before.V. L. Lampe Esq, on Fri- day last, Charles Dargie Turner was charged with driving a motor vehicle to wit, a motor car, without being licensed for such purpose. Fined £1 and 15/- costs, on Monday; George Farmer, Rowland Before V. L. Lampe Esq, S. M. Hill Curtis and ¡Sam ¿Inn were charg- ed with "being on licensed premises, to wit the Terminus Hotel, during a day on which the sale of liquor is prohibited, to wit, Sunday 4th Sep- tember. Defendants were each fined £2 and costs. .Charles Johnson; licensee of the Terminus Hotel, was charged with selling liquor on licensed premises on Sunday 4th September. Fined £10 and costs.]
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927
SHIPPING Departures per s.s. Marella from Darwin to Southern ports : Mr T A Fraser; Mr J Doherty Mrs J Doherty Mr J McNeil; Mrs J Hors- burgh; Miss E M Styles; Mr S Davis; Mrs S A Eacott; Mr J K Inge; Miss I T Hair; Mrs Fisher; Miss, Fisher; Mr E H Muir; Mrs E H Muir; Mr J Warrington Rogers; Miss E Bowman? Mr & Mrs E C Playford; Messrs J M Tayku; J Antony; P Kandoulaftis; C Panos; G Saros; H Calazis; J Khitis; V Dimitrides; C Jennis; T Rullites; P Karaj; E Ramm; Chin Kwang; Ham Wah; C Pepas; A Bolhovitinoff; R Cradock; A Davies; W T Pearce; G F Coate; G Westaway; A Coates; S Fisher; Easdon R Taylor; A Hallam; H Knight; A Baromes; S Charles Mrs W Murray & 3 children; S Y Ross; J Fenech; V Carac; T Elesee; Mrs H Larsen & 2 children; J Kanelos: P Lasgos; J Gakhos; Yuen Choo Sang Mr T Billinghurst & 2 chidren; E Stargardt; Yonesichi Morl.
AMERICA LOSES DAVIS CUP TO FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927
AMERICA LOSES DAVIS CUP TO FRANCE After a run of seven consecutive wins; America has at last lost tr~ Davis Cup; France being the success- ful challenger. The issue was really setted when Tilden was beaten in the singles by Lacoste. The full scores in the match were : Singles Lacoste (France) beat Johnston (U. S. A.) 6-3; 6-2; 6-2. Cochet (France) lost to Tilden (U. S. A.) 4_6; 6-2; 2-6; 6-8. Lacoste beat Tilden 6-3; 4-6; 6-3; 6-2. Co- chet beat Johnston 6-4; 4-6; 6-2; 6-4. Doubles Tilden and Hunter (U. S. A.) beat Borotra and Brug- non (France) 3-6; 6-3; 6-3; 4-6; 6-0. Totals France 3 rubbers; Am- erica 2 rubbers.
ADVISORY COUNCIL ELECTIONS To the Electors of North Australia [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 13 September 1927
ADVISORY COUNCIL ELECTIONS To the Electors of North Australia In asking your suffrage and soliciting your electoral interest it is proper that I clearly present for vom consideration and endorsement those principles and that policy for the attainment of which I pledge my- self to work. HOME RULE.-Complete lor:aï autonomy; a local legislative elected by the people; a codification of the laws and the immediate abolition of government by ordinance. FREE TRADE.-Darwin must be proclaimed a free port for a definite penod of from ten to twenty years, lnis is a peremptory need FULL CITIZENS RIGHTS.-Resi- dents within the Territory must bear all the burdens of citizenship -It ?Äly f!Î!°WS that the^ *T en- titled to a the rights of free, white Australians. Jury iriai must be stored. COMMUNICATIONS.- Roads motor transport; aerial transport and an efficient coastal service must be at once instituted. There exists certain methods by which pressure can be exercised upon the Common- wealth. Proper...
GN 224/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Northern Australia Act ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 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...
GN 234/27 Darwin Pound 13th September, 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 234/27, Darwin Pound 13th September, 1927 Impounded in the Darwin Pound, one Brown Mare, branded 37N over 20 near shoulder, like TH off shoulder, star, off hind foot white, if not released will be sold at the Darwin Pound at 12 o'clock (noon) on the 19th September, 1927. P. LYNCH Aetg Poundkeeper
GN 216/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT Testamentary Causes Jurisdiction [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 216/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT Testamentary Causes Jurisdiction -n 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 tJie 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 30&lt;h day of November 1927 or in default thereofUI 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 pers...
GN 233/27 INSOLVENCY NOTICE Darwin Local Court of Insolvency [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 233/27 INSOLVENCY NOTICE Darwin Local Court of Insolvency WHEREAS adjudication in insol- vency has been made against the undermentioned person on the date given hereunder, Notice is hereby given that the said Court has ap- pointed the following days of meet- ing in this estate, to be held at the Local Court House Darwin, at the. first of which meetings the insolvent is required to disclose his estate and effects, and creditors are to come prepared to prove their debts and to vote in the choice of a trustee or1 trustees, and at the last sitting the insolvent is to finish his examination. Cornelius Maloney of Darwin, North Australia, Laborer, adjudicat- ed on the 13th day of September 1927 on his own petition as a pauper. First hearing on Monday 26th Sep- tember 1927 at 11 o'clock in the fore- noon; final hearing on Friday 12th October 1927 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. F. T. MACARTNEY Clerk of Court Darwin, 13th September 1927.
GN 223/27 HALF HOLIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 223/27 HALF HOLIDAY By virtue of Section 39 of North- ern Territory Ordinance No. 6 of 1916, and the Northern Australia Act 1926, I, Robert Hunter Weddell, Government Resident of North Aus- tralia, do hereby declare that Tues- day, the 27th day of September, 1927, shall be observed as a Public Holiday from the hour of 12 noon within the town of Darwin and the District of Parap. Dated at Darwin this fifth day of September 1927. R.H.WEDDELL Government Resident
GN 178/27 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands open to application in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 178/27 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands open io application in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 APPLICATIONS for a pastoral lease of the lands »described in the sched- ules hereunder will be receive i at the Lands Office Darwin or the Depart- ment of Home and Territories Mel boune on or before the twenty eighth day of October 1927. Any lands not taken up on the ?átu day of October 1927 shall remain open to application as advertised and may be allotted! hy the Commission to an} person who applies at the Annual i eat als and on the conditions as set ou " \n the schedule hereunder. Date of expiry of leases-30th June 1?8& xhe rent shall be subject to re-ap praisement every ten years and dur- ing the first ten years of the lease shall be at the rate as set out in schedule above referred to. All authorized improvements oil the lands to be leased shall remain the prcpoity of the present owne à and shall be paid for at a * aluation to be fixed by the Commission. If nece...
TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
"PÖES FOR SEPTEMBER Morn -c ) Aft 1 8 24 8 40 15 8 2 8 2 8 55 9 10 16 8 46 9 3 9 30 9 44 17 9 32 9 4 10 16 10 32 38 10 29 10 5 11 19 11 43 19 11 52 6 0 44 20 0 23 1 7 1 10 2 14 21 1 54 2 8 2 29 3 27 22 3 6 3 9 3 31 4 19 23 3 58 4 10 4 l8 5 4 24 4 40 5 11 5 5 5 45 25 5 16 5 12 5 49 6 26 26 5 49 6 13 6 34 7 5 27 6 22 6 14 7 17 7 44 28 6 52 7 . 29 7 22 7 30 7 51 8 I, JOHN AGAPITOS THEOHAR1S of Greek Nationality born at Castelloriso and resident fif- teen years in Australia, now residing at Darwin in the Territory of North Australia intend to apply for naturalisation under the Com- monwealth Notionality Act 1920 1925. J. A. THEOHARIS^
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland Arrive at Darwin From [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland Arrive at Darwin From Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, Katherine and places en route every Friday at 5.40 p.m. Closes at Darwin For Adelaide River, Brocks Croek, Pino Creek, Katherine and places along the line 7 a.m. every Wednesday morning. Mails will be despatched to Adelaide River, Pine Creek and Katherine, per special trains, on Mondays, and Fridays, closing times in- definito, correspondence should be posted previous day. Arrive at Darwin From Victoria River and places en route Borroloola do Powells Creek do Friday September 9th 1927 Closes at Darwin For Victoria River and plrces en route Wednesday September 14th, 1927. Borroloola do Powells Creek do OVERSEAS MAILS From South via Sydney about 13th each month ; leaves for Singapore same date. From West every 2 months, it mains 24 hours and returns Fru mantle. From Singapore, about 6th ea^h month find leaves for Sydney same date. Primed and Publ...
G.N, 219,27 Appointment. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
G.N, 219 27 Appointment. BY virtue of the powers conferred upon me by the Aboriginal Or- dinance and. the Northern Ausiralia Act 1926 and all other powers me thereunto enabling I, Robert Hunter Weddell. Government Resident of North Ausiralia hereby appoint ALFRED VICTOR STRETTON of Darwin, Sergeant of Police, (o be Deputy Chief Protector of Aboriginals for North Australia during the ab- sence from Darwin on duty of Cecil Evelyn Cook, M.B, Ch.M., D T M. and H., as from the 5th September 1927. Dated at Darwin this 2nd day of September 1927, R. H. WEDDELL, Geverunienfc Resident of North Austinlia,