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MARRANBOY MINES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

MARRANBOY MINES A telegram from Mr W. T. Pearce who is on a hurried visit to Cairns, states that at a very successful meet- ing of the Directors of the Marranboy Mining Company it was announced that only four thousand shares are now available for the public, out of the hundred thousand offered. Keen public interest is manifested and it is expected that the share list m}\ close at an early date. Mr Pearce is now in Brisbane and will leave there about ',he end of September returning overland per motor car to Marranboy.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES m.v. MALABAR. Consignees are horeby notified tha all cargo ex m.v. Malabar wiU be de- livered by the vessel at the Railway Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility ends when the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tacWte and delivery so far as Ihe ship is concerned will be deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must l¡ pro- duced and surrendered at the office of the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob« tai ned, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised anless ludgecl WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date of the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. Sawn and split x ft. lengths £3/16/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MacLachlan St. Wood Depot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting bin ralo or interfering with stock on Humpty Doo station without permission will be prosecuted irrespective...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

Is your work hard on your kidneys? Is your work wearing you out ? Are you tortured with throbbing backache, feel tired, -veak, and worn-out Î Then look to your kid- neys I Many occupations tend to weaken the kidneys. One suffers annoying kidney irregularities, feels tired, nervous and de- pressed. Don't risk neglect! Use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Workers every- where recommend Doan's. Ask your neigh« boor. BRISBANE TESTIMONY. * Mr. Thomas Heade, Oxford Street, Buha- ba, Brisbane, says :-" I am convinced that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills is a fine remedy for the kidneys, and I do not speak from hearsay, but from personal experience. I was a martyr to kidney disorder for some time and this remedy cured me, and I have been well ever since, a period of over two years. I was subject to dizzy feelings, and the secretions were disordered, but my worst suffering was with my back. There was a constant ache just above the kidneys, which hampered all my movements during the day and kept me...

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THE CASE OF MRS BARNETT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

THE CASE OF MRS BARNETT A meeting was held at the Termin- us Hotel on Saturday night for the purpose of opening a subscription list in aid of Mrs Barnett, of 2-£ Mile, against whom an order for seven days imprisonment was made for non-appearance in a case in the Local Court on an unsatisfied judg- ment for £2/17/9. It was decided to open a subscription list v hich reads as follows : Subscription List.-An aged widow named Mrs Barnett has been ordered seven days jail in connection with a case for a debt of £2/17/9 in which the plaintiff was Mr Agapitos Mag ripolis. Sympathisers are also in- vited to subscribe to a fund for the purpose of calling a public meeting in an endeavour to alter various ini- quitous laws in force in the Northern Territory but in force nowhere else in the British Empire. Mr A. R. Grady is chairman of the movement. Secretary and Treasurer Mr A. Graham.

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TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTH AUSTRALIA Ladies and Gentlemen, [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTH AUSTRALIA Ladies and Gentlemen, By request of a number of Elect- ors I have nominated for election as a Member of the North Australia Advisory Council. I have been many years in the Territory, and all my interests are therein. Having travelled nearly all over it and lived in different parts, I claim to be well conversant with North Australian requirements and interests. Without quoting any elaborate policy I solicit your votes, trusting you will have confidence in my as- surance that, if elected, I will give full attention to the interests and progress of North Australia and the welfare of those who are endeavour- ing to develop it. W. J. YOUNG, Katherine

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS STUDY LOCAL INDUSTRY and send your orders for WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS J. J. PARER CLUB AND TERMINUS HOTELS DARWIN We pay Special Attention to country orders and for which we can quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD & LODGING from £2 5s. Prompt Delirery. AU the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Address : PARER, Darwin. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only be&i, brands of wines a.u' spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA Proprietress Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent boarders- ' Breakfast from G.30 a m to 9 a ni Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p m. Dinner, 5 to 8 p m You get satisfaction when you dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim at giving satisfaction, and our cook is a most sklful artist chef. GEE FONO \m\ Proprietor Shing Lep & Co TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge ments, Local postcards. Films or plates developed and printed fn* amateurs. All work executed by x-eturn post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe, P O Box 77. ima...

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IMPORTANT NORTHERN TERRITORY MINING ACT AMENDMENTS Adelaide, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

IMPORTANT NORTHERN TERRI TORY MINING ACT AMENDMENTS Adelaide, Tuesday The Commonwealth Gazette, now issued from its new home at Can- berra, contains an Ordinance to amend the Northern Territory Mind- ing Act 1903 of South Australia as regards its application to North Australia and Central Australia, the divisions into which the Northern Territory was recently divided. They provide for the appointment of a Director of Mines and a Chief War- den or Wardens.

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FRENCHMAN WINS AMERICAN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

FRENCHMAN WINS AMERICAN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP By again defeating Tilden the Frenchman Lacoste has retained the title of the American Lawn Tennis Championship.

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LEAGUE OF NATIONS STILL SEEKS DISARMAMENT Geneva, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

LEAGUE OF NATIONS STILL SEEKS DISARMAMENT Geneva, Monday The Assembly of the League of Nations has elected Cuba, Finland and Canada to replace ' Belgium, Salvador and Czecho-Slovakia, as one year members of the Council. Although subjects of vital import- ance are being di sussed by other Committees of the League of Nat- ions at Geneva public -attention is focussed on the committee which is seeking to pave the way to disarm- ament. Today an attempt will be made to induce the British Empire to accept a modified form of proto- col.

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FORD CARS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

FORD CARS I ' Messrs Jolly & Co imported five <. new cars by the Malabar, one for I themselves and four others. ':., The car for the store is a dust $ proof covered in affair, in which will \- be fitted an ice chest for the pur | pose of delivering butter and other perishables to-customers. { The public will appreciate this thoughtful innovation by Manager j Beurteaux. A pound of hard fresh butter, or some sliced -bacon, de :. livered at one's door daily in the tropics with the additional recom- mendation of entire freedom from dust, is indeed a welcome innovat tion.

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SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

Passenger list of m. s. Malabar to Darwin : Mrs Collinge, Miss Corderoy, Mrs Dudley, Mr & Mrs Holmes & child, Mr & Mrc Wilson & two childi en, Mr & Mrs T Morck, Messrs S Hood, Ewart, F J King, W Riddles, W A Symons, TCB White, E A Willing ten, G D Katterns, W West, J Roth- well, B Wills, S Callis, T Farrugia, J Familia, Gerogianis, Michaelon, G'Doiioghue, Cudîip, G A Holmes, W MCarty, Michael, G Munns, ' J M Nichol, H C Fox, Kochevafctin, J Richards, Pryan, £e;'¿coff, Ananielï, S Beyle, Cerutti, B Close, J Cotter, Driken, Fernandez, J Healy, W James J W Kennett, J Magee, T Moroney, P Morish, Petrc/r, J Quinn, F W Rumb'e, F F Smith, R Thompson, W Topping, A Visini, J Whittaker. Departure.-J Hansel, to Soura baya. The m. v. Koolinda, which was scheduled to leave Fremantle oil Monday, is still aground at »Shark Bay on her downward run. Release is hcuriy expected and hoped. The running of this service, however,, is not likeJy to be interfered with...

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Scores off Rifle Count for 2nd & 3rd Stages of Championship [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Scores off Rifle Count for 2nd & 3rd Stages of Championship G Seale *35 4 35 31 4 35 R French 32 2 34 33 2 Zb H Ellen 31 5 35 29 5 34 R Cook 25 7 32 29 7 35 R Atkinson 29 4 33 '30 4 34 A Morris 30 5 35 27 5 32 R Parker 29 3 32 31 3 34 M B Todd 32 1 33 32 1 33 F French *35 2 35 29 2 31 A Sawtell 32 2 34 29 2 31 VV Nuttall 31 1 32 30 1 31 K Clark 28 3 31 28 3 31 W Watson 29 3 32 27 3 30 E Munro *35 2 35 24 2 2G J Cooper 32 2 34 24 2 26 * Possibles : E Munr O SC( )red 10; and F French and G Seale each scored i consecutive bulls, each win an engrav- ed spoon. E Munro's score is now the record for this distance. No 4 Club Competition (2 stages) September 25, 1927 HANDICAPS R French F French 1; M B Todd 2 Munro W Nuttall G Seale J Cooper A Sawtell E Coote 2; R Parker R At- kinson H Ellen K Clark VV Watson 3; J Wetter A Morris 4; R Cook 5; A Allwright 6; W Murray 8. The first range will also count foe Mr Seale's trophy (4th stages) ar-f1 the championship (4th stag...

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MARRANBOY MINING COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

MARRANBOY MINING COMPANY The company's 20 head Milling and Concentrating Plant was shipped to Darwin on the 11th instant per S.S. Mangóla, which boat came specially to Cairns to ship it, so sav- ing the Company the heavy ex- pense of railing it to Townsville which would have had to be done otherwise. With the Milling Plant goes a 3 ton International Truck and this, with the Traction Engine and Trail- er now in use at the Mine (wh.:ch will convey 15 tons each trip) will enable the Company to transport the whole of its plant from Kather- ine ( the present terminus of the railway line) to Marranboy, a dis- tance of 40 miles over a splendid road, without employing outside lorries and laJbour. It is anticipated the whole of the Milling Plant will be erected by the end of the year, and the first ten head wil be put into action as early as possible, so that revenue can be produced whilst the other 10 head is being got into commission. The contractors for 1,000 tons of ore have delivered to...

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PLANE TO AMERICA LANDS IN IRELAND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

PLANE TO AMERICA LANDS IN IRELAND Capt. Mcintosh, who accompanied by Comandant Fitzmaurice, started from Baldonnal for America at 1.34 p.m. on Friday was forced to land near Ballybunion (Ireland) the same night.

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GOVERNOR-GENERAL TRAVELS BY AIR Adelaide, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

GOVERNOR-GENERAL TRAVELS BY AIR ¡? Adelaide, Monday His Excellency the Governor-Gen- jj eral, (Lord Stonehaven) arrived« from Hay by aeroplane on Friday lj atternoon. The trip was made by jj the "Wattle Bird", in charge of j Lieut. F S Briggs, chief pilot of the 1 Australian {services Limited. The^ Governor-General said during the last ¡ few days he had spent more than 20 ¡ hours in the air. He had been visit-'^ ing Western Queensland and has] nown from Charleville to Longreach r and then to Mormanton in the Gulf of Carpentaria, lie returned by way of Bourke and Hay and stayed at several stations.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS BRITISH FIRM'S DISPUTE WITH S. A. GOVERNMENT London, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS BRITISH FIRM S DISPUTE WITH S. A. GOVERNMENT -o London, Monday Armstrong Whitworth's Australian representative, J G Gilbert Lodge accompanied by the Right Hon. Edward Shortt, K.C., left for Aus- tralia on Saturday with full power} of "Attorney to act in a dispute with the South Australian Government in regard to 30 locomotives delivered at Adelaide last year. The Arm- strong Whitworth and Co is claiming £180,000. Mr Gilbert Lodge is dep- uted by a British Syndicate to en- quire into the possibility of establish- ing modern locomotive building works in Australia. He is also bring- ing to the Federal Government av concrete proposition for the construct ion of aeroplane engines in the Com- monwealth .

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OUR BEAUTIFUL BIRDS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

iUR BEAUTIFUL BIROS On Saturday last Mr A. G. Wall, sub-collector of Customs, Darwin; held an inquiry into an alleged at- tempt by See Choon (a member oí the crew of the m. v. Malabar) to unlawfully export 24 Painted Finches When searched the Chinaman was found to have the birds concealed in a pair of lady's bloomers beneath his ordinary clothing. A deposit oi £10 was made to cover any penalty imposed by the Minister. One of the birds was found dead from suffocation. These painted finches can be sold in the East at from £10 to £15 a pair. The white man concerned in this traffic follow- ed the Chinaman down to the boat and stood by witnessing an instance of Burns' declaration that the "best laid schemes o' mice and men gang aft agley." The Editor regrets that a printer's error remained uncorrected in the report of the last meeting of the Town Conncil whereby a reference was inferred in the language of Chaucer.

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IRISH FREE STATE ELECTION FIGURES Dublin, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

IRISH FREE STATE ELECTION FIGURES Dublin, Monday The progress of the figures of the Irish Free State Elections shows the Government Parties (53); Govern- ment 39, Independent 11, Farmers 3, Opposition (49); Republican 37, Labour 9, Irish National League 2, Independent Labour 1. The news- papers predict another deadlock.

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LLOYDS POLICY AGAINST BETTING PROHIBITION London, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

LLOYDS POLICY AGAINST BETTING PROHIBITION London, Monday Arising from the decision in the Sydney Police Court that betting on "Tin Hare" racing is irregular, the promoters of the Wembly Stadium Greyhound Track, the biggest in the world, have taken out a special policy at Lloyds safeguarding their capital in the event of a prohibition of betting in England.

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BILLY GRIME DEFEATED ON POINTS New York, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 20 September 1927

BILLY GRIME DEFEATED ON POINTS New York, Monday Honey Finnegan, (U.S.A.) de defeated Billy Grime, Australian Lightweight Champion on points. The match was fought at Madison* Square Gardens,

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