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ENGLAND AND WALES POPULAT ION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
ENGLAND AND WALES POPULAT ION A report on the census returns just issued shows that the populat- ion of England and Wales is 37,250, 000 averaging 649 persons per square mile, which is the densest of any country for which statistics are available. Eighty per cent of the people live in the towns, 40 per cent of whom live in 46" towns of upwards of 100,000 each. The effect of the war is shown in the decreased dispar- ity of the sexes, the surplus of women being 1,700,000 compared with 1,200;000 in 1911.
A DARWIN-MELBOURNE RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
A DARWIN-MELBOURNE RECORD "Wizard" Marhall, who recently established an overland record for a Baby Citroen car, writes lo a friend at 2* Mile as follows : Well, old chap; we got home safe, after a bad damn run; but still the car stood up to it. Had some very small creeks to cross, but we got over to the east in good order. I often think of what great people you are in the North, and don't for- get to let the world know about you all. The way I was treated up there makes me want to come back again, which I hope, won't be very long. Re the photos, I am sorry to say they were all rotten. The light got in on every one, like the one enclosed. I am getting the camera fixed, and then trying it out to make sure it is O.K. Then I will send it on to you. I got home l8 hours before time and made a record for 7/11 cars. Thank you a 1,000 times for your kindness. Remember me to any of the chaps I met while with you. Thank them all for the help etc. JOCK
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
£c,5ï âê^P? mñ .A.. Cr. IB^IIR/D SïGNWRITER, PAINTER AND DECORATOR ira pis) First Class Work Onlj' by Sklilcfl Tiiulcsmeu R FRENCHS PLUMBER AND SHEET METAL WOKKER T Sp* F All Classes of General Plumbing Executed. Cavenagh Street (Late W. Mettam.) l'y s '.'"A^l (Pty,, Ltd.) having established a Depot at Darwin, have now for Sale Plume SVSotor Spirit Laurel Kerosene Voco Power Kerosene Gargoyle EVIobiloils and Greases Plume Spirit selected and used by the Royal Australian Air Koree. Particulars and Prices from ent for North Australia stern Cafe A LONG FELT WAN! AT LAST SUPPLIED NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! DELICIOUS SWEET MEATS OF THE KIND NOT SEEN IN DARWIN. RING (JP TELEPHONE NO. 94, kND ORDER DELICIOUS HOT PIES. TEA. COFFEE & COCOA AND ALI, KINDS OF ICED DRINKS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. TAM & EGG OR STEAK & EGG ALWAYS ON DAY OR NIGHT. IKORftlftG OR AFTERNOON TEA SERVED IN OUR INIMITABLE STYLE. HANDSOME NEW STORY BUILDING, WELL LIGHTED AND FURNISHED. MRS. ...
TOBACCO CROP Cause of Root-Rot [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
TOBACCO CROP Cause of Root-Rot The failure of the tobacco crop this year has been very widespread. This has ben due, no doubt, in part to the unusual weather conditions Plants which have received a check oí any kind are always more liable than others to the attack of fungus disease. A careful examination of a number of stunted plants from Tumut, Bath- urst, and Tamworth has been made in the biological branch, Department of Agriculture. On many of these Mr L. F. Mandelson (assistant biologist) has found the minute fungus Thielavia basicola. This fung- us is well known as the cause of a disease commonly called the black root-rot. It seems probable that the umiEual weather conditions prevailing this season, by weakening the tobacco pants have rendered them more li- able than usual to the attack of this fungus. Further research is being carried out at the biological branch with pure cultures of the fungus, in order to ascertain to what extent this parasite is responsible for dam- age to...
GN 204/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRIGULTURAL LANDS AVAILABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDINANCE 1924-27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 204/2 NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRIGULTURAL LANDS AVAIL- ABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE GROWN LANDS ORDIN- ANCE 1924-27. APLIGATIONS for a lease of the vtndier-mentioned land as a Cultivation Farm will be received at the Lands Department, Darwin, or the Depart of Home and Territories, Melbourne, on or before the 13th .day of Novem- ber 1927. The land available is situat°d on the Adelaide River in the Darwin, and Gulf District as set out in the Schedule uereunder Cultivation Farms are granted as leases in perpetuity. If the land is not allotted it shall re- main open to application at the ren- tals and conditions set out in the Schedule until such time as notifica- tion of its withdrawal shall be made both in the Commonwealth, and North Australia Gazettes. All applications shall be accompan- ied by a lease and registration fee of thirty shillings. Schedule of Conditions under which the lands will be Leased 1. RENT.-No rent will be pay- able for the first period of the lease, which conti...
GN 207/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 207/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. In the maller of the estates oí the undermentioned deceased persons. Name. Late of Occupation Claim to be lodged on or .before John JcsJii'ii Lvo.ss JWruloola Mounted (Jouauble 22iid öeptenu et J D27 Robi.kt Williams (J.illipo.i kUtiuu btoekiifui 29th October, 1927 Clikiurd -Ia\ils Dow msiíLanotc Kouoloo'a «torckeep.i 3rd December, 1927 Thomas» John Lysoit Bonolo la Gentleman 3rd December, J927 WHEREAS I, the Public Trustee for the Northern Territory have been &lt;uil> autkotiscd to administer the above-mentioned estates, Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 22 of the Trustee Act, 1893, thj.t all crectitois, beneñciaries, and other peisons having claims against any of these estates are required to send in, in writing, to me at my office, Darwin, full paUieulars and pioof of any such claim on or before the date shown above against the name of the deceased person concerned, or in default thereof I will p...
CANBERRA POSTAL RULES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
CANBERRA POSTAL RULES We are constantly confronted with the fact that one Governmental Official is crossing swords with an- other Department. This is the very antithesis of Government : Govern- ment means order and such stupid actions spell only disorder. The Federal Capital Commission, at present two individuals, say that the letter boxes shall not be allowed in the front of the dweliings at Can- berra ; the Post Master General backed by his minions, says letters shall not be delivered at the dwelling unless boxes are erected. The result is that the private residents are in- convenienced and suffer delay in their correspondence. Why ? because of the petty pique between two Depart- ments of Federal Authority.
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
CRRGKET TIip follort'ini> li »ve hoon selected co represent i lu* Dithers in their leitch ni,' ii nst Wnniloier--. on Satin day next. - (l>oii>) cupi.), Yjiuilï ( vici'-o 'Pt-)' Loficp, W.iU, Caird. Col. Weddei!, Wilson, Johnson, -Jo ie-, Rmitli, Sto Idarfc, Emergences - Nichols, Lo ti s. Mrs. May Brown, of Pine Creek Ho'el, accompanied by a nurse» cime in to Darwin on Monday's train, and wib admitted to the Ho-pi tal. At the Police Court, ye^tt-rday, a a number of a borium ti Is were fined for htsinti ilru'ik. One defendant said he ¡ron !h&lt;; drink from a coloured man nanua Bob. Mr Orady, candidate for the Advi- sory Council, has a comprehensive address in this issue. Progressive, certainly, but is also certain to bring the hornets out of the n»sfc,
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
Moscow, Friday An earthquake on the Black Sea Coast cracked the reservoir at Ore anda and the water escaped. Eight hundred houses were destroyed in die Limen district. A huge landmark known as Napoleon crumbled iuto fragments. Nice, Friday The famous American danoer, Isa- dora Dnncan, was dragged from her car through'Jber long ^scarf having caught in the wheel and suffered injuries from which death has resul ted. Her death completes the tragic wiping out of her family. . A motor car containing her two children, was plunged imo the Seine in 1913 aud both were drowned. Her husband, the Russian poet, Essenin, committed suicide in 1Ü25. Mrs Fisher has her piano for sale Inspection is invited at the home of Mrs Seale. Advertisement in this issue. To Mr and Mr« Á. V. Stretton-a daughter, At the hospital this morn- ing, Dr Jones in attendance. Miss Bleeser draws attention in her advertisement to now being »ble io supply day as well as evening irocks. NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES s.S. MARELLA From ...
GN 227/27 TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 227/27 TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA NOTICE is hereby given that the following Pastoral Leases commenc- ing 1st July, 1928, have been granted by the North Australia Commission . T. H. MOYES Secretary, North Australia Commission Darwin, 9th September, 1927 Area in Annual Rental Date lease To whom'allotted sq. mis First term * expires Alice Springs District Sub-division £ s d 30 375 46 17 6 30/6/1965 A. H. Elliot 44 200 25 0 0 30/6/1965 G. A. Johannsen 45 336 42 0 0 30/6/1965 S. H. Ayliffe and S. H. Hamilton 50 250 31 5 0 30/6/1965 F. L. Cavenagh 57 299 37 7 6 30/6/1965 Mrs A. J. Hayes North East BarrowCreek Subdivision 2 77 7 14 0 30/6/1965 W. Curtis 3 178 17 16 0 30/6/1965 E. Martin 4 322 32 4 0 30/6/1965 G. Birchmore 5 260 26 0 0 30/6/1965 G. Birchmore 7 197 19 14 0 30/6/1965 H. Henty 8 430 43 0 0 30/6/1965 H. Henty 9 157 15 14 0 30/6/1965 H. Henty 10 234 23 8 0 30/6/1965 H. Henty 11 445 44 10 Of 30/6/1965 H. Henty 12 212 21 4 0 30/6/1965 J. A. Harris 13 156 15 12 0 30/6/1965 G...
GN 220,27 The Supreme Court of the Northern Territory Office of the Sheriff. Court House, Darwin. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 220,27 The Supreme Court of the Northern Territory Office of the Sheriff. Court House, Darwin. IN pursuance of a writ under the hand of His Honor, Donald Arthur Roberts, the Judge of the Northern Territory, to me directed, I hereby give notice that the said Court will sit as a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery on Wednesday, the 21st day of September 1927, at the Court House, Darwin, afc 10 o'clock in the morning, and all parties bound to prosecute and give evidence, and all jurors summoned, and all others having business at the said Court, are required to attend the sittings thereof. The order of the business will be as follows : Prisoners' Names. Charge. Date of Committal 1 In Gaol Where or on Committed [ Bail. Donald McKiimon Ciiminal Libel 2nd August 1927 Dur »vin On Bail The case of any prisoner committed to prison or held to baii for tiial at the said sittings and not named aboce will be taken on Thursday the 22nd day of September. 1927, and prosecutors an...
GN 231/27 TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
GN 231/27 TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA NOTICE is hereby given that the following Town Leases com- mencing 1st July, 1928, have been granted by the North Aust- ralia Commission. T. H. MOYES . Secretary, North Australia Commission. Darwin, 9th September, 1927 No. of Area Annual Rent Allotment ac. rd. pelis. First Term Tenure To whom allotted 1042 13 k 14 0 0 TOWN OF DARWIN. 2 0 0 Perpetual TOWN OF KATHERINE. 4 0 0 Perpetual M. T. Knowles R. J. Jones