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LEASES OF STOCK ROUTE BORES AND WATERS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
LEASES OF STOCK ROUTE BORES AND WATERS — ? ? *' ? On assuming control of the stock routes of the Northern Ter ritory in 194(5, the Chief Veterin ary Officer found that there was no fixed policy in regard to the lending atid leasing of bores and watering places along stock routes. It was found that many of the im portant Government watering places were_ being mercilessly Hogged by a'djacent lessees, and still other lessees made an annual habit of seeking the loan or lease of one or more bores when they got into difficulties in regard to water for their stock. It was fur ther found that leases had been granted in the past under differ ent conditions in regard to rental and maintenance, but that little serious attempt was ever made to ensure that leased bores were pro perly maintained. Still other lessees have come to regard some Government bores as their own property, and have been known even to refuse water to travelling stock. The Animal Industry Section now holds a register of all ...
BY HIGHWAY AND BYWAY IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
BY HIGHWAY AND BYWAY IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA Bv 'A TERRITORY TRAMP' In this story, written by 'A Territory Tramp' in November, 1945, he says: 'This year . I had a few weeks' holiday coming to me, so after coming in to Alice Springs and loading up with supplies, I decided to do a trip to the far north. Away I went ? on my Tat Malone' this time— and although this ground I was to cover, I had been over many times previously, I could still get a 'kick' out of it. The 'wanderlust' is in my blood, and the call of of the north with its multi-colored birds and beautiful running rivers often sets me on my wanderings again.' I boiled my billy at Connor's Well, which is 00 miles out, and shortly afterwards left Aileron Hotel to the left of inc. Later on I pulled in to Ti Tree, where I had afternoon . tea. Stirling station and Barrow Creek, soon followed, then came the Taylor Crossing. After Taylor Crossing comes the Hatches Creek turn-off and to the east of here is Murray Downs, station property...
ADELAIDE FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
ADELAIDE FOOTBALL A record crowd of 39,500 attend ed last Saturday's League foot ball second semi-final between Norwood and Port Adelaide. After one of the most exciting games held in Adelaide for some years, Norwood defeated Port Adelaide by 3 points. Final scores being: Norwood .14 — .11 defeated Port Adelaide 13—14.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
,. TI-TREE CASH STORK LILY HESE & CO. TITREE WELL 120 MILES NORTH OF ALICE SPRINGS MEALS-^. ? -ACCOMMODATION GENERAL STORE BOTTLE LICENCE SHELL AND VACUUM AGENTS TRUCK TYRES At Special Prices BRAND NEW 10.50__18 10-ply TYRES ? £20 0 0 NEW TUBES to fit ? 2 10 0 NEW 10-50-18 WHEELS ? ? 5 0 0. (Chev. 10 -hole; International 6 -hole; Army .type) «M-0-_13 NEW TYRES & TUBES ? ...... 7 0 0 Good Used Tyres 10.50—26 BAR TREAD TYRES (as new) ... 17 10 6 Others in excellent condition £12 10 0 to £15 0 0 Sound Reliable Tubes to fit ? ? 2 10 0 10.50^-20 TYRES — TUBES — WHEELS complete (Army 8-bolt hole type Wheels) £15, £17/10/0; £20 7.50_17 BAR TREAD TYRES (as new) ? £10 0 0 Others in good order ? £5 __ £7/10/ II. S. McLEOD LTD. iw pu™IDi TRAVELLERS! BETWEEN ALICE AND DARWIN ? CALL AT ? SCOTT'S - - ELLIOTT Red Cross Hut FOR ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS MEALS AT ALL HOURS Groceries ? Cool Drinks ? Plume Petrol ? Mobiloil MOTOR REPAIRS , etc J. NELSON Wishes to extend greeting's to old a...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
PERSONAL Two South Australians at prer sent enjoying a holiday visit to Central Australia are Mrs. Roy Watkins, of Ashton, and Miss Mavis Spargo, of Cherryville. Guests at the Alice Springs Hotel this week-end will include: Mr. Castani, Public Service Arbi trator, and secretary,. Mr. Burkett; Mr. Allan, Commonwealth Rail ways Industrial Officer; Mri^Gal vin and Mr. Musgrave, represent ing the Australian Federated Union of Locomotive Engineers; Messrs. Cameron, Nolan andliswn, representing the Australian Work ers' Union. The party have re cently visited Perth, and will leave for Adelaide by passenger train on Monday, September 29. Mrs. Cheadle, of Alice Springs, left by Friday's plane for Mel bourne, where she will enjoy a brief holiday with her son. Chief Petty Officer Cheadle. before he sails for England in October. Around to the 'Advocate' office this week for a chat came Mr. I. J. Sargood and Mr. Kemp Bates, from Bond Springs. Mr. Kemp Bates is over here from Queens land on busin...
SCHOOL OF THE AIR VISIT OF PROMINENT EDUCATION OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
SCHOOL OF THE AIR — ;u; — VISIT OF PROMINENT EDUCATION OFFICIALS Thursday's plane brought to Alice Springs two distinguished visitoi's, Miss Somerville, who is a Director of Schools Broadcast B.B.C., London, and Mr. L. Noonan, Supervisor of Schools Broadcast A. B.C., South Australia. Miss Somerville has been in Australia since July this year. Amongst other business that they are engaged in while here, they are investigating' the plans for 'School of the Air,' through the courtesy of the Flying Doctor Base, Alice Springs, to outback areas children taking correspond ence courses. A conference has been held with the Assistant Supervisor of Edu cation, Mr. L. Dodd, and the Director of the Flying Doctor Base, Mr. G. Pitts. After completing their visit here, Miss Somerville and Mr. Noonan will leave for the South on Sunday's plane.
ERNIE OLD [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
ERNIE OLD — :o: — Forty days after leaving1 from in front of the 'Advocate' office at Alice Springs, the veteran cham pion cyclist, Ernie Old, arrived back in Melbourne last Saturday, where he was welcomed by a large crowd. Ernie cycled from Alice Springs to Darwin, then across to Queens land, and down the east coast^ of Australia to his starting point, Melbourne. He has entered for this year's Warrnambool-Mqlbourne road race, and first competed in this event 47 years ago.
S.A. INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
S.A. INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES The threatened State-wide stop work meetings of the Australian Railways Union from midnight on September 29 will not now be held. The threat was withdrawn after a conference between the S.A. Rail way Commissioner and representa tives of the union. The confei* ence was called by the Conciliation Commissioner,- Mr. J. H. Portus. The Adelaide wine trade strike has also been settled and the men returned to work last Tuesday morning.
DO YOU KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
Dp YOU KNOW? The balloon fish found in the open waters around the Australian coast has a unique method of de fence. When danger approaches she comes to the surface, turns on her back and inhales air until the belly is enormously distended. ? -» o « ? v. Local lads around the Moira Lakes, on the Murray River, have a trick by which they tease a snake until it becomes giddy, coiling it into their hat, head first, and then wearing the hat, snake and all ! -:?? -:?? S* :f. In 1892, in Launceston, Pastor Soltau preached that to stir the people out of their sins he had cause a recent earthquake that had severely shaken the district. Alleging shock and malicious con cussion he was served with a writ for .£250,000. He withdrew his allegation. The Baromter Crabs of Austra lia have blood-red spots on their backs. Sometimes the spots turn pink. This indicates, according to aborigines, bad weather ap proaching, and they refuse to fio fishing. '' :.- The yandi — unique invention of Australian nat...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
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INCREASED PRICE OF TIN [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
INCREASED PRICE OF TIN An increase in the price of tin has been approved by the Com monwealth Prices Commissioner, Mr. M. E. McCarthy, to operate from September 9. The producers price has been increased from 7C/- per ? unit to 92/- to apply to all ore booked with smelters from that date. The smelters selling price has been increased from £418 a ton to £515. Mr. McCarthy said the higher producers price had been approved mainly to cover increased costs, but it was also expected that the higher price would prove attrac tive enough to bring low grade deposits into production and assist in relieving the current shortage of tin. The higher smelters price, said Mr. McCarthy, took into account the increased costs of local metal and also landing tin, which it had been necessary to import to meet the present shortage.
TENNANT CREEK NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
TENNANT CREEK NOTES On Thursday, September 18, a card evening was held in the R.S.L. Hall. This was organised by the R.S.L. Women's Auxiliary in aid of the 'Miss Northern Terri tory' Fund. A very enjoyable evening was had by all present, and the sum of £0/12/- was raised towards the Fund. MISS NORTHERN TERRITORY HALL The R.S.L. held a ball at Scotts Hall on Monday night last in aid of the above Fund. Although ad vertised at short notice there was a good roll up and Miss Daphne Campbell, on her way to Darwin in connection with her candidature as 'Miss Northern Territory' in the Miss Australia Quest, made a personal appearance. KIDDIES' CHRISTMAS TUBE FUND The Country Women's Associa tion held a dance on Friday night in aid of the Kiddies' Christmas Tree Fund. As is usual with any thing held for the kiddies it was well patronised and approximately £10 was raised. , TENNIS TOURNAMENT We are hoping to see some good tennis in the two days' tournament between the visiting Alice Springs te...
Connellan Airways [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
Connellan Airways Fortnightly Air Services Schedules Com mence : j-It - Irwin : . Sept.. 2, Id, SO ?' Oct. 14, 28;' Huckitla : Sept, .'5, 17. Oct. I, 15, tff). Borroloola : Sept. 5, If). Oct. U, '17;. III. ?' Wyndham-: .. . ? ? Sept. 10, 24. Oct. 3, 22. Timetables, ..Fares md Freights as published in ''Gor don's Air Guide Alice Springs Book ing Office, same office as Guinea Air ways, opposite Me- ,% Million's Hotel. All freight , to be deliv ered to the above office before 12 noon on. the day prior to commencement of the sorvice on which it is to jro.
SYDNEY MYSTERY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
SYDNEY MYSTERY Mrs. Josephine Thompson, 88, was found dead in a humpy on the Yarrandi reserve on September 19, her neck was broken. For the last ten years Mrs. Thompson had posed as a man. Her body, when, found in the humpy, was dressed in an old coat, shirt, trousers and sand shoes. The hair was cut short.
KING COAL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
KING COAL Little short of a miracle will be '?-? needed to build up the 550,000 ton of coal required for the Christ mas reserve. Insufficient coal then ? will mean widespread unemploy ment in other industries during the coalminers' holiday period. This year's average loss per week due to strikes amounts to 85,185 tons.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
Service and Satisfaction at the Centralian Steam Laundry. c PIONEER PICTURES This popular Picture Theatre which stars only the best in Films, again has its usual bright programme for tonight. It has such crowded houses that the Management wants the public to know that any reservations made must be claimed and paid for before 7.15 p.m. or otherwise they will be sold. £ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 Broadway's Greatest Show Comes to Town ... The screen's first 'Ziegfeld Follies' , , , with 20 great stars ttTTTrnXPTFT T\ TPf\T T TITS' IN TECHNICOLOR' Starring FRED ASTAIRE, LUCILLE BALL, LUCILLE BREMER, JUDY GARLAND, KATHRYN GRAYSON, LENA HORNE, GENE KELLY, JAMES MELTON, VICTOR MOORE, RED SKELTON, ESTHER WILLIAMS, WILLIAM POWELL with. Edward Arnold, Marion Bell, Bunin's Puppets, Cyd Charisse, Keenan Wynn Virginia O'Brien. ? For gen ex. Supported by .... A Story of Real People with Real Laughs and Real Heart-Throbs ! 'MOKEY' YOU'LL LOVE HIM ! with DAN DAILEY jr., DONNA REED, BOBBY BLAKE For Gen...
FIELD NATURALISTS CLUB OF CENTRAL AUS. [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
_ FIELD NATURALISTS \?LUB OF CENTRAL AUS. A field naturalist's club ex cursion will be held in about the second week of October. There will be an expedition to the Lime stone Caves. Mr. Sneddon will lead the party and explain the various items of geological inter est in that area. All those people interested in their country are cordially invited to attend. It will be a healthy outing and of great educational value. This paper will give further notice of the exact time and meeting place at a later date and hopes that the people will rally round.
BLACK COMMUNISTS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
BLACK COMMUNISTS In the House of Representatives at Canberra recently, the Minister for the Interior, the Honorable H. V. Johnson, said that reports that communism was spreading among the aborigines in the. north, and north-west of Australia, and that they were hostile to whites, were 'exaggerated and without founda tion.' With all due respect to the Hon orable Minister we consider that if Julius Caesar had invaded the north-west of Australia' instead of invading Britain at the time he did, he would probably have found that communism was one of the chief characteristics of the Northern Australian blackfellows even then, as it is today. It might be that black brother is learning a new 'whitefeller communism,' but in his native state all possessions are shared in true communal spirit. This communism of the aborigines bears the trade mark 'Made in Aus tralia,' and differs from imported varieties.
FOOTBALL PIONEERS WIN PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
FOOTBALL PIONEERS WIN PREMIERSHIP The final name of football for this season was played on Sunday between the Federals and Pioneers for the premiership. This game had caused keen in terest during the week prior to playing and when the teams took the field on Sunday, there was little between to play favorites. The warm sunshine with very little wind and the 'largest crowd in attendance made for a splendid afternoon's sport. The game started ofF in grand style and the play was fairly fast. The Pioneers working to a clever routine gained a 9-point lead in the first quarter when the score was 2 — 1 to f- points. The second quarter again went in favor of the Pioneers, who by more accurate kicking pushed their lead ahead by 1C points. Scores being at half time 3 — !J to 5 points. Up to this stage the Federals seemed to be out of balance and their play was very patchy. Possibly the loss, through a poisoned hand, of their fast player, Les Penhall, had some thing to do with this. After the h...
MR. CHIFLEY'S BUDGET SPEECH "EMPLOYMENT AT RECORD LEVEL" [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 27 September 1947
MR. CHIFLEY'S BUDGET SPEECH 'EMPLOYMENT AT RECORD LEVEL' In his seventh Budget, presented in- the House of Representatives at Canberra, on September 19, the Prime Minister reports record peacetime employment (almost half a million above the 1939 level), important industrial expansion and substantial progress in housing. It is most satisfactory to record that, during the financial year just closed, employment in Australia, rose to levels never before reached in peacetime, Mr. Chifley says. At the end of June this year the number of people in civilian work was 3,212,000. This was 200,000 above the figure in June, 194G, and 480,000 above June, 1939. Better seasons and higher prices, especially for wool and wheat, led to an increase during the year in the incomes of primary producers. Output rose in most of the basic secondary industries and there was a marked expansion of new manu facturing enterprises. Housing made substantial progress, though hampered by shortages of labor and materi...