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NEW LAUNDRY KWONG LEE Proprietor [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

NEW LAUNDRY KWONG LEE Proprietor Hext door to Terminus üotel Caven- agh Street, Darwîii -"" All work turned out in first class style and saisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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MAJOR HAY INTERVIEWED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

MAJOR HAY INTERVIEWED Major Alexander Hay, who is in- terested in pastoral areas in Queens- land*, has taken the opportunity of traveling overland to Darwin in or- der to join the Marella for the East. He entered the Territory south of the 20 parallel from Yurandangie on the Queensland bordier. On the north: ern boundary of Evan's Downs, he proceeded north through Alexandria, Brunette, (Anthonys Lagoon) to Newcastle Waters, Daly Waters and on to the Katherine. The distance travelled by car from Cloncurry was 1,037 miles, which was done in 13 hours an average of 24% miles an . hour. On the return journey Reid - who motored! him up, did the return journey in a non-stop r,un in 35hours -so Darwin is really not so far away or difficult to get at as a great many people in the south imagine. One fact which forcibly impressed 'him was that l|arge aneas of country are now producing cattle which no peared to him should produce ex- cellent wooli as the country is veiy similar to the Downs cou...

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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

DARWIN RIFLE CLUB 34 2 35 *35 ¿1 d5 33 2 35 *35 2 35 32 4 35 31 4 S5 31 4 35 31 4 35 31 7 35 31 7 33 21 10 31 25 10 35 33 3 35 27 3 3(5 27 6 33 25 6 31 24 4 28 34 4 35 24 t 28 31 4 35 26 3 29 28 3 31 28 3 31 26 3 21 20 9 29 21 9 30 11 12 23 23 12 35 13 5 23 27 5 32 16 3 19 33 3 sa 28 12 35 6 12 l8 19 6 25 19 6 25 5 12 17 14 12 26 rG 12 l8 13 12 25 irl6 6 22 14 6 20 8 12 20 5 12 17 4 12 16 3 12 15 0 12 12 3 12 15 Mr Parer's medal final stages June 12th 1927 800 yards. 800 yards W NultaflL M B Todd G Seale R French H Ellen R Edwards F French E Coote J Cooper R Parker Thompson J H Millican W Gordon W Watson K Cllark A Sawtell T Redfern H Sutherland, P Lalor V Litchfield junrG 12 V Litchfield, senr 16 6 R Atkinson F G Long W Johstone * Possibles off rifle. M B Todd and W Nuttall each scored 9 consecutive' bulls, this being a tie for Mr Porter's prize of jJl/l/(í the shoot was carried on sh-»'. for shot and resulted in a win at th<, 14th shoti for W. N.uttall. The score book r...

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BANK HOLD UP FRUSTRATED Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

BANK HOLD UP FRUSTRATED Melbourne, Friday. A daring attempt to hold] up and rob the Port Linco^b Branch of the Bank of Australasia on Wednesday night was frustrated by the pre- sence of mind of the manager (Mr E P Williams). The'masked \nd armed intruder escaped. So far, no arrest has been made. In connection with, the forthcoming Children's Fancy Dress Ball, a prac- tice of «ro Grand March will bp held at »be Town Hall on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Tbp Don Cinema will Fcreen the big c1 apter play, "Ruund the World in Eighteen Days," to-night. Book your reservations at Adams & Foster, -o H.M.À.S. Geranium arrived back at port yesterday afternoon.

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PENNIFOLD—BESANKO [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

PENNIFOLD-BESAN KO A very pretty wedding was solemn ized at the Methodist Church on Mon day evening last when William Pennifold was united in the bonds of Holy Matrimony to Miss Enid Besanko, L.A.B., well! known in musical circles in South Australia. The church was prettily decorated by the members of the choir in honor of Miss Besanko, who had been associated with church choir work for many years in the Methodist Church at Wallarro in 'South Austra- lia A very large ruimber of friends oí Mr Pennifold were present and also many visitors from the Marella, with whom Miss Besanko had travelled on her voyage from Melbourne. The Rev. 'Stanley Jarvis officiated and Mr Michell a colleague of Mi Pennifold acted as organist The bride and bridegroom lieft U.e church to the strains of the Wedding March, and were greeted with show ers of confetti by their many f rient The reception was held in the resi- dence of Mr Lack, Superintendent of the B.A.T., when quite a number of the staff and a few f...

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Captain Denis Rooke A Demon in the Air [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

Captain Denis Rooke A Demon in the /lip Mr J E Street, who was on board the Rachel Cohen, of which Captain Denis Eooke was engineer or master, writes as follows: I noticed in the papers that a Dr Brown of Victoria bad been giving his impressions of Rooke. They are cor- rect except in one particular. Rooke never overlander! from Darwin to the N W coast, He was never in Darwin before arriving in the Rachel Cohen and that time he left by steamer and went to 'Queensland, His present unrlortaking is typical of him and characteristic. He ia a man of astounding courage and is npparently devoid of fear. Some of his exploits as an airman during the war were hair-raising. At the present time when he is in the lime light an instance of his courage that I can vouch for, having seen it, would per- haps be of interest : The Rachel Cohen was anchored off a small port on the North West coast. A spanner, which Rooke, as engineer, valued very highly, was dropped over board. The water was very clear a...

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FIREWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. Sawn and split 1 ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MacLachlan St. Wood Depot, would ibe no mistake what I meant. He continued on the samp lines. Ï had to expel him frc-m the Island for one month. He promised me that! when he came back he would mend his ways» I then told him that ii he still continued to make trouble 1 would have to whip him which ' did. The mission possesses a stockwhip. We keep horses out there. I keep it in my house, that is why Mr Webb might not have seen it. The stock- whip has never been used while Mr. Webb has been there..' It has not been used at all in the last 12 months. About' 30th. Sep- tember 1925 it was used on Larry." . Without quoting further evidence, there was another occasion when Mr Robertson admits ;he may have struck Mallaty, Garry and others when ordering them to leave the Is- land. But it was not a thrashing or a flogging. I gather from the examination of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

A LONG FELT WANT AT LAST SUPPLIED KOW OPEN ! WOW OPEN ! ftiOW OPEN ! DELICIOUS SWEET MEATS OF THE KIND NOT SEEN IN DARWIN. RING UP TELEPHONE NO. 94, kftD ORDER DELiGJOUS HOT PIES. TEA, COFFEE & COCOA AND ALL.KINDS OF ICED DRINKS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. HAM & EGG OR STEAK & EGG ALWAYS ON DAY OR NIGHT. MORNING OR AFTERNOON TEA SERVED EN OUR INIMITABLE STYLE. HANDSOME NEW STORY BUILDING, WELL LIGHTED AND FURNISHED. MRS. J. LEE, Proprietress, Cavanagh St. fiflR R. H. BOYLAN DENTIST DARWIN FOR SALE PRIME BULLOCKS, delivered in trucks at either Fountain Head cr Adelaide River in lots of not les? than Fifty, at £4/10/0 per head, or £4/5/0 on Station. . W. J. BYRNE, Tipperary Station. DON CINEMA -o WESTERN WILD WEST WALLOP EDMOND COBB CHAPTER PLAY ROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTEEN DAYS WILLIAM DESMOND HA Auctioneer George Wedd has to announce a further postponement of sale till Satuiday, June 25. "ZOTIGE TO CONSIGNEES s.S. MARELLA . From Southern Ports Consignees are here...

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WEDDING BELLS NEWMARCH—ROSS-SMITH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

WEDDING BELLS NEWMARCH-ROSS-SMITH The marriage of Cap.t J H New march to Miss Mary Ross-Smith took place to Monday last at the Anglican Church. The ceremony was perform- - ed by the Rev W H Davies. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr Chisholm Ross-Smith, and Mr AC Braham, Crown Law Officer, officiated as best roan. Among the few gaests present was Mr C W D Conacher. The bride and bridegroom will stay at Myilly Point for a few days prio r to pruceediiiíí to Manbullo, which Js to be their future home.

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Supreme Court. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

Supreme Court. In pasóme sentence upon the tluee natives on {Saturday, Judge Roberts read the following Reasons given when passing sen- tence in The King v. Erranungen (alias Chalbar), Markarney and Dow arra. On 13th February 1927, a Sunday morning at the Millingimbi Mission to Aborigines Crocodile Islands, t'he morning service was being held. There were about 350 natives engag- ed in the service which was being conducted by thjef Superintendant (the Rev. T. T> Webb) and at his sidö was the lay mjssioner (Mr Robertson.) By what Vas evidently a precon- certed plan the three accused; made an attack upon the white mission- aries. The three accused wfe're in "war paint," that is, they had their heads, faces and ¡bodies smear- ed or coated in the well known style with white clay. They were armed with large*, dangerous spears and with woomeras. These spears a» short range are capablje of inflicting fatal wounds on any man who may be speared with them. The three accused divided their fo...

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NOTES FROM NEVER NEVER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

NOTES FROM NEVER NEVER (By the Little Bush Maid.) Just a short note as the muster is in full swing and we are all very busy. The winter is with us again with his strong south-east winds and bright warm sunshine. The old separator is running well, also the butter fat, and they're turning out some nice butter, as hard and sweet as a nut. But we will soon let our old cows go as we have over 60 little kids and the flock is hurriedly increasing, so we will   have to give them all our attention, and make goats' butter instead of cows. Jack is breaking in some colts and has some very nice creatures amongst them. Our garden is just coming on and we will soon have lots of eatable vegetables and are quite looking forward to them as beans is the only vegetable we grow here dur- ing the summer. We killed our old porker yesterday and he was huge just like a huge bullock, so we should have some nice bacon for the winter, and its sure to be sweet as he was fattened on milk and that is...

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Race Telegrams Contents Divulged [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 June 1927

Race Telegrams Contents Divulged At the Inverell, police Court, two postal officials, William Charles Field and William L Witherdin, were char- ged with divulging the contents of a telegram other than by giving a copy to the addressee. Two local registered bookmakers, Michael M'Nulty and Walter Billin, were also charged with aiding and abetting the offences. All the defend, ants pleaded not guilty. William J Mitchell, postal detec- tive, stated thai be was in the Inverell Post Office and when race telegrams, addressed to the "Inverell Times" came to baud, the accused telegraph- ists telephoned the contents to M'Nul- ty and Billin. After lengthy evidence the magis- trate found the charges proved, and fined the officials £5 eech, and the .defendant bookmakers £40 each. It was also stated that the tole graphists had been suspended from the service.

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QUEENSLAND GOVERNOR WELCOMED Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927

QUEENSLAND GOVERNOR WELCOMED Brisbane, Friday. The Governor of Queensland, Su John Goodwin and Lady Goodwin ar- rived in Brisbane iby ihß Orvieto on Monday morning and were given a cordial welcome A detailed description of a Riman villa'uneartbed at Corinth by Dr. T. Leslie Shear of the Princeton Unives ity, has been received by Professor Edward Capp, chairman of the Amer ican School of Classical Studies at Athens and formerly Minister to Gre- ece, Dr Shear is conducting extensive excavation work at Corinth; and the discovery is considered of exceptional interest and archaeological importance (says the. San Francisco Chronicle) The villa, located m the road from Coron to to Sicyon, built near a spring. It lies directly^north of west end of the citadel. When the report was made five rooms of the villa had been un- earthed. Tne floors of these were cover- ed with mosaics, . On each side of the main room is a picture in mosaic, one of them being perfectly preserved. It is of a-shepherd...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927

The First Symptom of Every Form of Disease, Headaches are but symptoms of other ailments to which tliey are merely sympathetic, such as Indi- gestion, Biliousness, Constipation, or some other irregularity of the system. Headache is an everyday occurrence with many people, and in its visi- tations is no respecter of persons, rich and poor, man, woman or child, under all climatic conditions-and knows neither ago nor colour. Many women habitually sufíer from head- aches, which make life à daily purgatory. There are many everyday causes of headache depending on digestion. One very fertile source is over-eating, partly caused by changes in the blood, but partly also hy um nervous influence transmitted from the out- raged digestivo, organs. Abuse of food produces a headache much in the same way as excessive indulgence in alcohol. To overcome headaches, it is abso- lutely necessary to got at the cause. Drug? which act on the heart and reduce ihe pulsations only have a temporarv enect. If y...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927

By this Brand Shall you know them P9 A hard day in the saddle deserves more than ordinary comfort The "Standard" 74's answer every For the men of the Morthern Terri- tory there is no other Riding Emperor quite so good or that offers such sturdy service "ioui local storekeeper can tell you about thern. They're just wonderful. Try a pair next time '^m-'M'i!^?W^^ f^W^rj, ^ Cheer up old ¡nan ! A Jazz tord will cure it !! Adams & Foster stock REX0K0LÄS and they get and Fresh Records by Every Steamer. is the best machine i the market to-day Sweet in tone and low in price.

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LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927

June 18th B.A.T. 1 v Town 2 Town 1 v. B.A.T. 2 C of ¿J v. Meth June 25th Town 2 v. Town 1 ' B.A.T. 1 v. C of E Moth v. B.A.T. 2 The matches will be played on the court of the first, mentioned club.

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[?]QUITTED ON MURDER CHARGE Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927

ACQUITTED ON MURDER CHARGE Adelaide, Thursday After having stood the ordeal of a   Police Court hearing and a double trial in the Criminal Court Ernest Edward Aistrope was acquitted on Tuesday evening on a charge of hav- ing murdered James Francis Flanna- gan.

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G.N. 133/27. BIRDS PROTECTION ORDINANCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927

G.N. 133/27. BIRDS PROTECTION ORDINANCE . ATTENTION is drawn to Section 9 (1) of the Birds Protection Ordin ance 1913-26 which reads a& under: "Any person who- . (a) Kills, wounds, destroys, catches or takes; or Ob) Has in 'his possession or con trol; or (c) Sells or offers for' sale au^ protected bird shall be .f.uilly of an offence. Penalty: Twenty-five Pounds". C. PRICE CONIGRAVE, Inspector of Birds. Darwin, 1st. June 1)27.

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FERRY STEAMERS COLLIDE FOUR IN HOSPITAL OTHERS INJURED Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927

FERRY STEAMERS COLLIDE FOUR IN HOSPITAL OTHERS ÎNJURED Sydney, Thursday. The Manly ferr,y steamers Balgo wah and Kanimbla owiied by the 'Syclnesy Ferries Ltd, collided near Fort Macquarie yesterday afternoon Four passengers were injured and taken to hospital. Other pas- sengers are suffering minor injuries. The* ' passengers, numbering 100, were quickly trans- ferred in midstream to the ferry steamer Kookaburra ind taken tv Circular Quay. The Conimbla was ibeached at Milson's T oint. The Balgowah did not have any passen pprs. Immediately after the collis- ion (he Kanimbla was found to be settling down al the bow ard it was feared, the vessclt would sink. How- ever, the water did not roach beyond the first bulkhead and ùie remained afloat.

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G.N. 138/27 INSOLVENCY NOTICES DARWIN LOCAL COURT OF INSOLVENCY. DIVIDEND ORDER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927

G.N. 138/27 INSOLVENCY NOTICES DARWIN LOCAL COURT OF INSOLVENCY. DIVIDEND ORDER MEETING. In the Local: Court of ) Insolvency, Darwin ) The Commissioner intends to sit in the Court-house Darwin, at the time appointed below, at a dividend order meeting in the matter of the under- mentioned person, when and where creditors who have not already proved their debts are to come pre- pared to prove the same, or they will be excluded from alii benefits arising from such dividends and all claims not then proved will be struck out: JOHN DRUMMOND NORRIS, de- ceased, late of Darwin, Medical practitioner, on Tuesday the ' 28th day of June 1927, at 10 o'clock to the forenoon. P. T. MACARTNEY, ,Clerk of Court.

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