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TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTH AUSTRALIA Ladies and Gentlemen. For as long as the oldest inhab- itant remembers it has been the practice for Politicians, Government Officials Bagmen, Globe-Trotters &c. to warn you of the necessity of peopl- ing the North with a contented white population, and to exploit its enormous potentialités. Yet few schemes for this have been envolved, and the few that have been put into operation have proved utter failures. Other candidates for this elect- ion inform you that they will de- velop the Pastoral; Mining; and other industries. They do not take you into their confidence and toll you how. Hereunder is an abreviated out- line of my policy, and, if after care fu consideration of the other can- didates' policies, you see-fit to elect me as your representative on the Advisory Council on October 22nd, you have my assurance that I will do my utmost to have it put into i*f"f pet ADMINISTRATION 1.-Elective Legislative Assembly to govern North Australia, t...
OLD SILK MADE NEW [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
OLD SILK MADE NEW According io "Popular Science Monthly," word hns come from Japan to the effect that old silk -stockings, worn-oiu silk clothes, and scrap silk of every doscf'plion, need no longer be thrown away, Thoy can now be turned in&lt;o new silk of better quality than the original. A few wweks aim Dr. P P. von Weim'iMi of the Imperial« Rtfseiw.'h lii'i.itute a' Osaka, announced thv he had completed experiments, as a resulr. of which he now claims to b3 able t.o mike was'e silk in-o tlireads of higher quality than tha original ma'c-rial. Old silh rags wcie dis- solved, itud 'he resuliint, solution was «hen pub through chemical piocesses, which convened it, ii rsl into a jeTiy, and (ben into u pluatic substance that could ha drawn out into threads. MsnTtirimMjcniD
DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL The ordinary geneial meeting of the Council was held on Wednesday last. Correspondence. 4 From Postmaster-General's Dent., y Adelaide, that telephone on Da-win ' jetty could only be provided if de- partment guaranteed against loss. As it was estimated revenue from such telephone would ba small, a sub- stantial sum would have to be guar- anteed annually. Cr. Marchant said a telephone at the wharf would be used a good deal, and the Mayor expressed the view that such telephone would be nv>re used than the one «fe the Po^t Office. Telephones were for 'he benefit of the general public, not the department, and he suggested that the letter be referred back. The telephone which Messrs. Jolly's rented was used by the general public. Cr. Brown moved the leuer be referred back ; seconded by Cr Marchant and ca&lt;ried unani- mously, ^ From Commissioner of Railw-iys ? Dep1;., Melbourne, re lighting Dar- win township, confirming verbal in- timation dming Commissione...
LOCAL COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 16 September 1927
LOCAL COURT Thursday, before Messrs, Limpe, S.M , and Grant and Porter, Js P, Chin Loong Tang v. "William Mor- ton, unsatisfied judgment for £50. Mr. Mallara, for plaintiff, said "he defendant was in the hospital, but ho would not ask for any order because he was of opinion that the Bench was improperly constituted, Mr, Lampe's recently gaze» ted appointment as Special Magistrata was irregular. The Gazette did not say whe-her it was the Gazette for the Northern Terri- tory ov for North Australia, and the notice appointing Mr. Lampe stated " to be a Special Magistral for North Australia vice Edward Copley Play, ford, whilst on leave." There was no evidence that. Mr. Playford was on leave or when he might be 'nick again. After hearing argument by Mr. Braham, Mr Lampe decided 'hat he would not sit as a Special Magistrate until the question was decided, and the Court was adjourned, Tbo other two magistrates then sat in limited jurisdiction, and heard the following cases : Poog King Gee ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
? ?nrjaoaa*»rinDaaaEaaan 2 D o § Car for Hire § g Jim Young. Propt. a a - a g Repairs "Well Done, g g Ford Spares Stocked ° ? - ? a Phone 145. g ? n n DOOnODDODCIOODDDOOarj g NOTICE Persons trespassing on the iacs course will be prosecuted. R. H. BOWMAN Sec N T Race Club HEENZO INTRODUCES A WONDERFUL TONIC The reputation of the chemists who make IIEENZO, the famous cou^h mixture, is behind the claim that money cannot buy a better tonic than HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS for enriching the blood nourishing the nerves and restoring the physical energy and nerve force of people whi are run down, nervy neurotic or anaemic through overwork, worry, exhausted nerves or poorness of blood. Start today on the read to good health by taking HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS-they cost only 3s. miSS FRANCESCA BLEESER SMITH STREET, DARWIN. Imported Handworked Goods Em- broidered Linen, Bridge Sets, Tray Cloths, Pongo Silk Goods, Gm^s Lawn, Silk Stockings, Chinese Shoe«, Handkerchiefs. Agent for all sporting goods....
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
Northern Territory Racin g Club. 102V 1 TRIAL HANDICAP, 1 V V BROWN STAKES 2 FLYING HANDICAP, 2 TOWN PLATE 3 HACK RACE, 3 HACK RACE? 4 NORVH AUSTRALIA 4 DARWIN CUP HANDICAP 5 NORTHERN AGENCY 5 GULNARE HANDICAP, BRACELET; RAILWAY EXCURSION FARES R. H. BOWMAN, Secretary. NEW LAUNDRY KWONG LEE -.* Proprietor ttext il«or to Terminus üotel Caven- agh Street, Darwii. AU work turned out in first class style and saisfaction guaranteed. A Tria! Solicited DARWIN BAGGAGE AND CARRIER SERVICE. BOATS AND TRAINS ME: ON AR- RIVAL. GOODS TRANSPORTED TO ANY PART OF TOWN. HARRY FARRAR SMITH STREET (Opp. Victoria Hotel) * TELEPHONE 66 FRANCIS L HARDEN ¡71 A Late Chief Medical Officer H. M .Hospital Ship " R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Consultations-9--12 a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m: Expectant mother are ciTercd the boon of painless childLi.th. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL
KATHERINE RETURNED SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
KATHERINE RETURNED SOLDIERS During i he past three months mat tera in connection with the Returned Sailors and Soldiers of Katherine and District are beginning to take practi- cal form. 11 the above time we have held a smuke social and dance. The former was held among ibe Diggers for the purpose of organising and to enable us lo come together periodi- cally. The Smoko was a success, reeulting in the formation of a Re- turned Sailors and Soldiers Club of Katherine and District. We have been most loyally suppor- ted by Mr. and Mr?. Tim, O'Shea, (,f (he Railway Hold, who have always a soci.il and meeting room at our dis- posal ; and we m ii s fe not forget to men Lion Mr. and Mrs. II. lannis.*, \vh> insiste 1 us wholeheartedly with our dince last week These little fu.ict.ions have been a financial sue- ' cess. The m meys tanked aie to bp iiied only for the pu. pose of assisting any Digger who any be " ud a^ain^l it " «.hrunfla no f mit &lt;,f his own. We are hold i mr a Fanc...
BISHOP OF CARPENTARIA ENTERTAINED AT CHURCH SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
BISHOP OF CARPENTARIA ENTERTAINED AT CHURCH SOCIAL A social afternoon was held on the Anglican Church Grounds on Satur- day, when members and friends en- tertained the Bishop of Carpentaria, who was a passenger on the Malabar, on his way to Eneland, After the tables were cleared the Rector presen- ted a book in which most of those present wrote their autographs, and the Bishop in reply explained the purpose of his visit to England, viz., to bring to the notice and interest of the people at home the work and needs of the Church in Northern Australia. His Lordship expressed the hope 'hat he might be successful in persuading soruo of the religious orders of women to come and work in these parts, as they do so successfully in other diocese». Tim Bishop was uob in the best of beilth as he passed through, bub hoped that the sea voy- age will restore him to complete health und enable him to fulfil «he rather heavy itinerary which $the Secretary of the " Carpentaria Asso- ciation " in Engla...
LATEST IRISH FREE STATE ELECTION FIGURES Dublin, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
LATEST IRISH FREE STATE ELECTION FIGURES Dublin, Tuesday The progressive figures of the Irish Free State Elections are Govern- ment 62. Opposition 56. All of Mr. Cosgrave's Minis- ters are returned. The electors in Sligo showed ' their estimation and changed opinions of John Jinks by giving . im 1,50? a otes .v. it if 5 ¡,983. Osmond Esmonde was returned. H.M.A.S. Geranium is due to leave Darwin to-morrow. She will carry a mail for South. Mails close at Post Office at 4 p.m. Mr G D Katterns arrived by the Malabar to take over the duties of Mr R B Laurence in the Customs Department.
LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
LAWN TENNIS Sept 20th 4.30 p.m.-Mens Doubles Final : Brown & Edwards Y Naylor & Michell. Sept 21st 4.30 p.m.-N.A.T.A Pate Final : Giles v Winiwr Coote & Foster. Sept 22nd 4.30 p. m. -P t.-ap Cn j) Final Sigles Championship . Edwards v Brown. Results, Parap Cup : h own & Michell 6-3, 8-6. N.A.T.A. Plate, Coote v E Gurry 7_5, 6-3. Sutherland v Pennifold 2-6, 6-3, 8-6. Giles v Sutherland 6-3, 6-1. Mixed Doubles : Mrs Naylor & Naylor v Mrs Barratt & Brown 6-3 8-6. Mrs Naylor & Naylor v Miss Young & Michell 7-5, 6-2.
FOR BUSH HOSPITALS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
FOR BUSH HOSPITALS That Commander Bennett, D.S.O. of H. M. A. S. Geranium, wo al ri draw a large crowd when he announced a picture entertainment in aid of the Bush Hospitals, goes without saying, for the Commander is one of our most popular visitors. He and the members of the crew of his gallant little ship are held m the highest esteem locally, and Darwin people, perhaps more than anv other port in Australia, sincerely regret what looks like the permanent departure- of the ship from these waters. The attendance at the pictures was a record one, and the net re- sult for the Bush Hospitals will be handsome. The pictures were all taken by the Commander himself, some from an aeroplane over unex- plored regions of the north, others of naval incidents at sea, and inter- esting industrial scenes at Darwin. At the interval, Dr H. L. Jones, on behalf of the Bush Hosptals, thanked the Commander for his splendid entertainment and a hearty vote of thanks was carried by ac- clamation .
DARWIN RACES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
DARWIN RACES Secretary Bowman seems to have all arrangménts well in hand for the race meeting on Saturday next. The course is in good order and the grounds and buildings are much more convenient. New tote office and new Secret- ary's office will be in use for the first time. A magnificent sash, for the winner of the North Australian Heap., if now on view at Jolly's. This beautiful trophy is the gift of Mr Harry Hardy of Burrundie.
KOOLINDA STILL AGROUND AT SHARKS BAY Fremantle, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
KOOLINDA STILL AGROUND Al SHARKS BAY Fremantle, Monday Although 1,600 bales of woo] and 200 tons of general cargo have been removed from the stranded state motor ship Koolinda the vessel re- mains aground at Shark's Bay. The efforts of the state motor ship Kybra to pull the stranded boat off the bank proved unsuccessful. Hav- ing remained on the bank for about a week the Koolinda's passer gers numbering nearly 70 were transferr- ed to the Kybra which conveyed them a short distance to the v.otor ship Centaur which was on the voy- age from Singapore to Fremantle.
WRITS TO ISSUE AGAINST MINISTER AND SMITHS NEWSPAPERS Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
WRITS TO ISSUE AGAINST MIN- ISTER AND SMITHS NEWS PAPERS Sydney, Tuesday. Mr. A. C. Willis, Vico President of the Executive Council, lias instruc- ted solicitors to issue a writ for £10,000 damages for alleged defama- tion of character against P. J. Mina han, M.L.A. and another for £10,000 damages against Smith's newspaper's Ltd for alleged libel. Willis stated that Minahan had made a charge against a member of the past and present Cabinets of soliciting a bribe from the Wine and Spirit Growers' Defence Association. As he was the only member of both Cabinets apart from the Premier and as the paper referred to the unnamed Minister a colleague of Lang. The charge was obviously aimed at him. He there- fore instructed the writs to be issued
ADVISORY COUNCIL (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
ADVISORY COUNCIL (To the Editor) Dear Sir.-I have read with much interest the comments by Mr W. J. Byrne on the proposed elective Council and so far I am of his opin- ion. Just the same, we have it on very good authority that good some- times comes out of evil. I believe myself it is the duty of all the elect- ors to vote for those who they know are best able to advise the Admin- istration (sinking ali personalties). There are candidates standing who have much to recommend them many years of experience, who have reared families here and are here to stay. If these people are returned, we will know quickly if the. whole affair is a frame up or not. GEORGE STEVENS Pine Creek, Sept 15th, 1927.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927
A Warning About Canned Food. Altiioii-iU housewives luve been assure 1 by tu« Ministry of Hea-hb. that hpw î,joiJ rt¡. gulatiuns torebKlfknjj 'be u«e of prose ilat- ivos, which carne into force recently, will not atfeot. them suddenly, a word of warn- ing aoour tiie handling of the new tinned foods without preservatives is opportune. At present it is 'he surprising practice, at least, in many southern hoir.e?, to allow canned food to remain in open tins some- times as long as a lui lingi) . Ibis may be done with impunity when preservatives are present. Well known analytical chemist said thai he would not be surprised it' at fiist the peíceutage of cases of ptomain poisoning iuereased as a ler-ult of the Dew regulations. ''People do not eabily t^et ouo of an old habit," he said "but if foods with out preservatives are kept in open tins for days ou end the ddn»er of contam- ination, is very gieafc Housewives would now howell advised to empty their tins iuto a china dish direcdy they a...