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TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 September 1927
TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER Morn. -u i Aft # 1 8 24 8 40 15 8 2 8 4 2 8 55 9 Hfc 16 8 46 9 7 3 9 30 9 44 17 9 32 9 50 4 10 16 10 32 l8 10 29 10 56 5 11 19 11 43 19 11 52 6 0 44 20 0 23 1 27 7 1 10 2 14 21 1 54 2 55 8 2 29 3 27 22 3 6 3 56 9 3 31 ,4 19 23 3 58 4 41 10 4 l8 5 4 24 4 40 5 17 11 5 5 5 45 25 5 16 5 47 12 5 49 6 26 26 5 49 6 16 13 6 34 7 5 27 6 22 6 43 14 7 17 7 44 28 6 52 7 9 29 7 22 7 36 30 7 51 8 3
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 September 1927
A torpid, sluggish liver leaves poisonous morbid bile in the blood, which upsets the action of the whole system. The complexion assumes a yel- lowish hue, loss o£ appetite follows, dry cough and occasionally chill, known as liver chill. There is indigestion, fullness, fer- mentation, and oppression in the stomach. The tongue is coated, the head aches, and there is loss of sleep, depression of spirits and spells of weakness and dizziness. The bowels are constipated and loose by turns. The skin tells of the poisonous stale of the . blood by pimples^ bljtches and liver spots. In sympathy with the liver, tile Sidneys become clogged and inactive, and there are paLs in the back and iin'ltr the shoulder blades. You should not wait for all the symptoms to appear before beginning treatment. Prompt and determined action is necessary to relieve the body of the posions left in the system by a sluggish liver. The liver must have assistance. The process of restoration will be hastened if the kidn...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 September 1927
Dr. Haworth DENTIST KATHERINE Bridgewcrk accoftding to arrange- aient* Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can have . them put in order at a charge to suit their pocket. More' expensive work supplied to those who desire it. WILL VISIT DARWIN MONTHLY ". Dr.H. Leighton Jones HOURS AT HOME 8 to 9 a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8 t^ 9 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Whenever possible notification re« garling visits required ßhuuld be made before 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 DJUIWHHSAFE COOL, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Service and Well-Cooked Food. MEALS AT ALL ilOURg FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarders 30/-; 21 M«zd Tickets 35/-; Single Meals 1/9. Dennison's Crepe Pape, iîook tells you how to make baskets, trays, dresses, hats, and many other pretty things. See them at Afims r.nd Foster's the cheapest house ia town. PHONE 59. Carriers and Contractors Boats and 'I rains Met 5 and 7 Seater Cars for Hire Repai...
SUPREME COURT King v McKinnon [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 September 1927
SUPREME COURT King v McKinnon Before Judge Roberts on Wednes- day last Donald McKinnon, Editor and publisher of the Northern Stand- ard was charged with printing and publishing a libel concerning Arthur Robinson Clapp, mounted constable, stationed at Marranboy. Mr Braham appeared for the prosecution and Mr Mallam, assisted by Mr Barratt for the defence. A written plea of not guilty and a further plea were entered. Evidence of publication of the libel was called. Arthur Robinson Clapp, mounted constable, stationed at Marranboy, gave evidence along the lines of pre- vious evidence at the Police Court proceedings on August 2nd. &nbsp; A full report of these proceedings was published in our issue of August 5th last. To Mr Braham witness said he walked approximately between 14 and 15 miles, not including the dis- tance walked off the road looking for water. He was in a more or less exhausted condition when he met Mr Geo. Jones. Which was the Marranboy road was the first sub- ject...
GN 236/27. PROCLAMATION Commonwealth of Australia to wit. STONEHAVEN, Governor-General. By His Excellency the Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 September 1927
GN 236/27. PROCLAMATION Commonwealth of Australia to wit. Stone- haven, G over. nor-Genetal. By His Excellency the Governor Gen erjl of i he Com- monwealth of Aus- tralia. WHEREAS by the Quarantine Act 1908-1924, it is enacted that the Gov- ernor-General may, by Proclamation, prohibit the importation into Aus- tralia of any articles likely in his opinion to introduce any infectious or contagious disease, and that the power of prohibition bhall extend to prohibition generally, or with limit- ations as to place and subject-matter: And whereas owing to the danger of introducing foot-and-mouth dis- ease into Australia it is desirable to prohibit the introduction of straw packing with goods arriving from any part of the world, subject to certain conditions ; Now therefore I, John Lawrence, Baron Stonehaven, the Governor General aforesaid, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, do hereby prohibit as from the first day of January, 1928, the importation into Australia of s...
North-South Railway [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 23 September 1927
North-South Railway Referring to the question of the proposed north-south railway through Queensland territory, the Minister for Railways (Larcombe) stated that the action of the Commonwealth Govern- ment in accepting a tender for con- struction of 271 miles of railway from Oodnadatta to Alice Springs in the direction of Daly Waters, to which point the railway was being construc- ted from Emungalen, would postpone indefinitely the linking up of Queens- land with the Northern Territory via &nbsp; Camooweal and Hungerford. He considered it astounding that the Prime Minister had not informed the recent deputation that waited upon him in Queensland on the question. That action appeared to be a tragic blunder from the point of view of Queensland and Australia as a whole. The Queensland Government repeat- &nbsp; &nbsp; edly urged ihe Federal Government to construct a railway to the Northern Territory on the Bourke-Hungerford- route and stressed the great cost of th...
VICTIM OF QUEENSLAND BUSH FIRES Brisbane, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927
VICTIM OF QUEENSLAND BUSH FIRES Brisbane, Monday Bush fires in the Esk District have caused much damage. Julius Schulz, admitted to the Stanley Memorial Hospital suffering from severe burns and shock has died. He had been visiting a neighbour to persuade her to leave her house and on returning to the paddock was surrounded by flames. He climbed a sapling which te ok fire, and his Rothes were burned off. Jumping on his horse he forced the animal through the flames and reached the road. From Esk to Otta- ba, about seven miles, and from Esk back to Ipswich, for nine miles, the country is black.
NORTHERN TERRITORIANS' ASSOCIATION SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927
NORTHERN TERRITORIAL ASSOCIATION SOCIAL The annual Social and Dance of the Northern Territorians' Associa tion was held on Wednesday with a large attendance. The President (W. F. Johns) in proposing the health of the Association said it had progressed during the year and had endeavoured to keep alive the spirit of the Northern Territory. Members were always willing to place their knowledge and experience at the disposaal of all interested in research regarding the country.
KAISER AND GERMANY'S AMBITION Berlin, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927
KAISER AND GERMANY'S AMBITION Berlin, Wednesday The Ex-Kaiser telegraphed Presi- dent Hindenburg thanking him for his Tannenberg speech saying "1 have deep and unforgettable gratit- ude for all who participated in this gigantic campaign. Tannenburg showed the world what German pow- er was capable of under strong and definite leadership. May the heroic spirit of Tannenburg penetrate and unite our divided nation. Then will it achieve wonders and brave men will not have died in vain. With God's help Germany will rise again. Wilhelm Imperator Rex."
GENERAL TELEGRAMS FLYING BOATS COMING Loudon, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927
GENERAL TELEGRAMS FLYING BOATS COMING Loudon, Sunday. The Air Ministry announces that four flying boata -will start for .Aus- tralia from Plymouth on Oct. 17th. Group Captain H. M. Cave commands and Squadron Leader C. E. Livock is second in command. Others mil be Flight Lieutenants P.E. Maitland, S. T. Freeman, L. V. Carnegie, C. G. Wigglesworth, H. G. Sawyer, and Flying Officers B. Cheeseman, S, D, Scott and G. E. Nicboletts. Each boat carries a crew of four. The rouie will be over France, Berne, Naples, Brindisi, Crete, Abuukir, along coast to Al6xandretta, overland to Bagdad and Karachi, and thenc« along the coast, making a circuit of India, for the first tim« including Bombay. Thereafter the aviators will fly to Ceylon, Madras, Calcutta, Rangoon, Penang and- Singapore. They will first touch Australia at Broome, and thence proceed via Carnarvon, Free- mantle, Albany, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney to Brisbane and elsewhere, returniug via Singapore.
BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP Dempsey Loses on Points Vancouver, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927
BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP Dempsey Loses on Points Yancouver, Sunday. The fight for the boxing champion- ship of the world, between Tunney and Dempsey lasted the full 10 rounds Tunney retained the title by gaining the decision on points. Dempsey floored Tunney in the seventh round but instead of retiring to a neutral corner for the count in accordance witb the rules he stood orer him for several seconds. Tbe refetce did not start the count until he stepped back Tunney rose at 9. Expcrls say this mistake cost Dempsey the fight.
GERMANY AND THE WAR Paris, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927
GERMANY AND THE WAR Paris, Sunday Dr Stressemann said he was sur- prised at the sensation caused by President Hindenburgh's speech. Tfc contained nothing, he said, which I myseif and Dr Marx biw'e not previ- ously said. President Ilindenbrgh only expressed the opinion held all over Germany when he paid we fought to defend ourselves and we resented as a serious wrong any doctrine attri- buting to Germany the sola íesponsi bility for war horrors We caunot bow before a verdict wherein plaintiffs are also the judges.
LAWYER SUICIDES Hobart, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927
LAWYER SUICIDES Hobart, Sunday A verdict of suicide w¡is returned at the inquest on Thomas Ar'hur Okines, senior partner in (he firm of OUinep and Ogilvie, barrislws, lT:>barr Evidence disclosed tbnr Okines was worried at the d'sclosure &lt;f an old dent's business before a royal pom mis ion enquiring in'o the adminis- tration of the Public Trust Office He thought it contrary to ttritish juris- prudence 'that a solicitor's business thould be published to the world over a political question and said politi- cians wanted to settle him to get, at, Ogilvie who was Attorn ry.Or nero1.