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GN 226/27 DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL Notice of Letting or Selling Land for Arrears of Rates, Town of Darwin Darwin Town Council, Darwin, North Australia [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

GN 226/27 DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL Notice of Letting or Selling Land for Arrears of Rates, Town of Darwin Darwin Town Council, Darwin, North Australia v There are now due in respect of the lands mentioned in the Schedule hereto the respective sums set oppo site to the description of such lands in the Schedule, for rates declared by the Darwin Town Council, for the years ending as in the said schedule mentioned; and the owners of such lands are required to take notice that unless the amounts so due, to- gether with the costs of and attending this notice, be paid in one year from the first publicaton of this notice, the said Council will let the same from year to year in manner provided by the "Darwin Town Council Ordinance No.7 of 1915,"or an application, will be made by the said Council to the Supreme Court of North Australia for an order for the sale of the said lands or so much thereof as may be necessary to pro- duce the rates so due and costs as aforesaid, and also the costs of and a...

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Mr G. Scale's Trophy 2nd & 3rd Stages September 18th 1927 HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Mr'G. Scale's Trophy 2nd & 3rd Stages September 18th 1927 -o HANDICAPS W Nuttall M B Todd 1; R French A Sawtell F French J Cooper E Öoote E Munro 2; W Watson K Clark R Parker 3; G Seale J Wetter R Atkin- son 4; H Ellen A Morris 5; A AU wright 6; W Murray 8. Scores off rifle also count for championship 2nd and 3rd stages.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

While you are enjoying Wrigle/s, you are getting benefit as well. S?K'flí?#tfí9C*!! FENCING WIRE W3RE STRAINERS KINGLOC DROPPERS GALVANISED IRON. GROCERIES WIRE. CEMENT. KEROSENE ( And all requirements of the man \ on the land. / We supply you direct at whole- sale prices f Galvanised Iron.-26g. £27/15/ ton basis. If booked to arrive one j month ahead £26/15/-. ) Wire Netting.-36 x 2 x 19. This' month 10/- roll of 50 yaids. K. Wire.-We allow 10 per cent off all makers lists. Barb Wire.-This month. Special price 20/- per coil (4 coils to the mile.) Cement.-25/- per cask. Ton lots 22/6 cask. Venus Power Kerosene.-12/6 pel- ease. To members of Tyre Club subscription of which is only 1/ per month-11/9 per case. Venus Motor Spirit.-18/- ca^e. To members of Tyre Club, 15/- per case Plain 6a!v. Wire.-14g. over 2000 yards to coil. 22/6 per coil of 1 cwt. ïncubaiors.-The famois ZENITH -that hoMs so many records. We are Sole Agents. Prices, CO eggs £8; 100 eggs £2; 140 eggs £10. Cream Gans.-S...

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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) Sir,-I notice in your issue of 13th under the heading of Survey Flight of thirteen thousand miles, that Capt. 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. Quite true, they were not previously charted, but they were long since discovered by some of our local boatmen, shall I say, or bushmen well, by both, for I. myself sailed a boat both up and down all those rivers, and there is also more than one river that a ten ton boat can be sailed up. All the rivers mentioued were known to the writ er twenty years ago, but not officially reported to the Government. Why, because anyone reporting such would not re- ceive ft thank you I offered to sup- ply information to the Administrator (since dead), such as the depth of water on the bar at low tide, and the rise and fall of tide, for a trifle, of course. He had to get ord...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

ADAMS & FOSTER, Newsagents & Stationers, Cavenagh Street; Darwin receive new records every month.

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MY LARGEST POLAR BEAR [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

MY LARGEST POLAR BEAR (By Henry Ette, Vestmanhavn; Faroe Islands.) (First pioneer of Spitsbergen's Northeastland 1902-03. 80 d. N.L. 33 polar bears. Twenty five yeará experience in Fishing; Sealing; Whaling; Hunting and Trapping.) In the begining of September 1902 I had got my block-house put up on the Northeastland of Spitsbergen 80 d. N.L. on the "Ryske Isles''. My boat with six men had gone to Sorrow Bay on the Westland in order to seek winter-port, I myself; prepared with 4 men to go through an 8 month's 'Polar winter, during these 4 months of darkness without any sun. The house was partly in order, but our provisions were still standing down on the shore and these we had to get indoors as soon as possible for fear of the bears getting hold of them. However, as there was as yet; neither old nor new ice to be seten out on the Polar Sea I thought it . unnecessary to keep watch the first nights. But there I was mistaken On the fourth night a bear had al- ready paid a visit to our p...

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ROSEHILL RACES Acceptances for Saturday Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

ROSEHILL RACES -o Acceptances for Saturday Sydney, Friday Camelia Stakes.-Seven furiongs. Fuji San 10/3; The Hawk 9/6; Cuvod weller, Aorangi 8/0; Vaals 7/L3 Rag azzo, The Thorn 7/11; First Acre 7/10; Leslie Wallace 7/8; Oimmon, Killarney; Triplex Bunkum 7 f*: Lady Bukinbar 7/2; Boorahella 6/2; Pigeon I ie 6/9; The Pied Piper 6/7; Boaster 9/3 Lady Constance 8/6; Calmest 8/5; Bravado 8/4; White Fang 8/2. Rosehill Guineas, Mile and Furlong Winalot; Sion; Johna; March; Ilabasli on; Genuine; Laneham; Volunteer; Padicol; Glenariff; Statesman; Chrom ium; Rozener; Lord Kennaqufcan: Sir Allan Rosso; Sarigue; Stretton; So. Black Duchen; lort Girl 8/9. Rosehill Cup, 9n3 Mile Three 1 ur longs Patheon 9/11; Bacchus 8/9; Valamita 8/7; Battlement 8/3; Strongbow 8/2; Johnnie Jones 8/0; Devonshire 7/13; Royal Sun 7/10; Wedding Eve, Mirthmaker; Clarinda 7/9; Beedos 7/6; Vallino 7/5; Pitoota 7/4; Prima Donna 7/3; - Prince Min imba, Dartmoor 7/2; Phocion 7/0; Bonaventure 6/7. Hill Stakes, Weight for ag...

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A Bee Mistake [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

A Bee Mistake She left her hubby alone in their room at the hotel while she did some shopping. She returned. The many doors and numbers confused her. But she soon decided which was her room. She knocked and called : "I'm back, honey-let me in !" No answer. x "Honey, honey-let me in J" she called again, knocking harder. "Honey, it's me-please, honey!" Brief silence; then a man's voice, cold and full of.dignity, came from the other side of the door : "Madam, this is not a beehive; it's a bath- room."

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS Sydney, Friday. H. G. Nelson, M.H.R. for the Nor them Territory, after visiting the Morobo gold field at New Guinea, said he found many of the officials *t Edie Creek quite ui,suited for their posts. They were appointed from Melbourne and few had any idea of the development of the wildest conn try in the world. Untrained men bad charge of outlying judiciary and their decisions were whimsical. £t would be interesting if the Minister would ascertain the extent of the mining areas held "'on the Edie fiald by officials of the Adminhtf Hiou still employed by the Government. Edie Creek had a marvellous alluvial wash which indicated rich reefs. However, outside Edie Creek there were many jvorthlcss shows which unscrupulous promoters were foisting on the public. The Montoro brought an additional 15,000 oz. of »old from Eabaul, making a total of i 00,000 oz. raised at Edie Creek since August last year. Sydney- Friday. The Australian Board ol* Cricket Control has decided tha...

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CAN SCIENTISTS CREATE LIFE Startling Prediction by Sir Oliver Lodge [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

CAN SCIENTISTS CREATE L?FE Startling Prediction by Sir Oliver Lodge "I regard it as probable, ^almost inevitable, that life will some day be created by biologists in laboratories" declared Sir Oliver Lodge, the well known scientist in a remarkable ad- dress delivered before the Oxford Psychological Society. "The idea is not repugnant to re- ligion which must rather welcome it as showing the amount of thought necessary to produce any imitation of what already exists. We mustn't be afraid of scientific progress. A Molten Mass "The earth was once a molten mass in which life was impossible, yet life was somehow and at so*- * time developed therefrom. What has happened in the past may be under- stood humanly and managed in the future. "Many might fear such a conclusion believing that such a self-acting mechanism would remove from the universe the need for a planning Cre- ative Mind. Groundless Fears "Such fears are groundless, be- cause a chemist making such a vital- ised protoplasm is n...

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METAL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

METAL MARKET The following information has been received by telegraph by the Mines Department . . 14/9/27 Copper Spot 54 8 li- three months 54 l8 li electrolytic 61 15 r forward 62 5 0 Lead Spot 21 7 6 forward 21 l8 9 . Spelter Spot 27 5 0 forward 27 5 0 Tin Spot 289 12 6 three months 283 17 6 Silver Standard Spot 2 1 9/16 forward 2 1 9/16 Fine Spot 2 3 9/16 forward 2 3 9/16 Molybdenum . 2 0 0 Wolfram 12 9

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SKIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

SKIPPENG The Koolinda, due to leave Free- mantle on the 19th, is expected to arrive at Darwin on October 2nd. The oil ship Pysa brought 5,000 packages (cases and drums) and left on Wednesday last. The Mangola's cargo of 4,500 tons includes machinery, coal; and general cargo.

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The Standard Family Medicine [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

The S Fan: /Muli Throughout Australia Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a household remedy, and the antidote for all general ailments. In thousands of homes the little amber bottle in which they are packed is the sole medicine chest, for, whatever the complaints, the bowels must be kept free, and the process by which the blood is purified j must be ¿ti:;} elated to throw oft' the poison in the blood, which is the cause of much disease. To-day the efficacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, to overcome the common ailments of mankind, has convinced not only the working section of the community, but also the more weall hy, profession'! 1 and independent classes, .that they are the best family medicine. Dr. Morse's Indi îm Root Tills are an efficient, reliable a ad safe remedy plnced on the market ¡it a price within the modi of al!.v The pills being K:¡{r>¡r-i'0.)trd .ire Hcns.nt to tab.-, au.!' ..'Hain their full m-diemal properties. " jlVy them, and be con- vinced of/their merit.

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GN 229/27 TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

GN 229/27 TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA NOTICE is hereby given that the following Pastoral Leases commencing 1st July, 1928, have been granted by the North Australia Commission T. H. MOYES Secretary, North Australia Commission Darwin, 9th September, 1927 No. of Area in Anual Rental Date Lease To whom allotted Block sq. mis. First term expires , River Strangways-North East Daly Waters Subdivision 1 530 106 0 0 . 30/6/1965 F. E. Holmes 2 294 58 16 0 30/6/1965 F. E. Holmes 8 400 60 0 0 30/6/1965 F. E. Holmes 4 280 42 0 0 30/6/1965 F. E. Holmes 5 360 54 0 0 30/6/1965 F. E. Holmes Barkly Tableland District East of Newcastle Waters 1 490 73 10 0 30/6/1965 H. M. Bathern 2 585 87 15 0 30/6/1965 H. M. Bathern 6 400 70 0 0 30/6/1965 O. T. Siddins & R. Bennett 9 190 38 0 0 30/6/1965 J. Lewis & Co 10 400 70 0 0 30/6/1965 O. T. Siddins & R. Bennett 11 500 87 10 0 30/6/1965 Rochdale Pastoral Co. W. G. Hutchins 12 325 56 17 6 30/6/1965 15 661 115 13 6 30/6/1965 Rochdale Past...

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GN 228/27 TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

GN 228/27 TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA NOTICE is hereby given that thefollowing Town Leases commencing 1st July, 1928, have been granted by the North Australia Commission. T. H. MOYES Secretary, North Australia Commission No. of Area Annual Rent Allotment ac. rd. pchs. First term Tenure To whom allotted Town of Katherine 63 0 2 0 2 0 a Perpetual J. W. Bernhard 13&14 1 0 0 4 0 0 Perpetual Town of Darwin R. J. Jones 53 0 2 0 2 0 0 Perpetual A. Lobelez 54 0 2 0 2 0 0 Perpetual Elias Caesar 1042 0 2 0 2 0 0 Perpetual M. T. Knowles

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

The "MUNDIC" Mining Boot is what you need for all kinds of rough work ! A minei's boot has got to be something good to witshtand such rough treatment as dampness, acids and chemicals The "Mundic" is as sturdy as iron and as comfortable as he sottest kid. Iron-shod heels and tips, steel brads to give you grip Yet, notwithstanding all this the "Mundie5', is light to the feet and makes the hardest graft easier for you Look for Mundie brand on blue soles Ask your storekeeper to show you a pair. If he cannot write to the Davoy Halliday Co., Limited, for information as to where they are obtainable in your district. Soie Manufacturers o. Ltd. Queensland (Jeer up old man ! ¡~ * a xicrerrm«» Tfee Rexonola tA' Y^rfy Jazz Record will cure it ! ' Adams à Fosíer I Etvcrk REXÖMAS and ih ey &Í te Machines Fresh Records by Every Steamer. is the best machine c the market to-day Sweet in tone and low in price.

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GN 232/27 FOUND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

GN 232/27 FOUND One pair of spectacles. Owner can obtain same on application and identification. A. V. STRETTON Sergeant For Commissioner of Police. Darwin, September 10, 1927.

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THE TEASER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

THE TEASER To be screened at the Don Cinema on Saturday. Cast : Laura La Plante, Pat O' Malley, Hedda Hopper, Walter McGrail; Byron Munson, Vivian Oak- land, Wyndham Standing, Margaret Quimby, Frank Finch Smiles. Laura La Plante-Queen of flirtation ! She could qualify for that title if colleges ever put a course in feminine en- chantment in the curriculum. Lovely Laura Plante in a harlequinade of joyous amusement. From William A. Brady's famous Broadway success Comedy "Back to the Woods", and International News Reel. Book re- serves at Adams & Foster's

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DONT BOB HAIR [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927

DONT BOB HAIR The common view that persons of youthful appearance contribute to the success of a business was completely upset in a Berlin commençai court a few weeks ago. A girlish-looking woman, aged 30, appeared before the presiding magistrate and said that she had been engaged by the owner of a wholesale business in ready made clothing to fill a confidential position and that he afterwards changed his mind and refused to let her enter on her duties. She demand ed three month's salary. "The woman is unsuitable for the position ion,'1 said the business man, "be- cause she has bobbed hair. It was impossible to employ her in a con- fidential position, which needs a person who inspires respect."

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