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THE ACID TEST [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

THE ACID TEST Last issue of the Standard criticises Commander Bennett, of the Geran ium, for refusing to take as a passen- ger south a prospector who was re- ported to be suffering from gastric ulcer requiring a major operation. In fairness to Commander Bennett who is absent and cannot reply to the above, the Government Resident states that a Belgian subject, not a British subject, called on him on the 21st instant requesting a passa«"' Thursday Island or Townsville, at the same time presenting a letter; writ- ten at someones dictation, stating that he was seriously ill and that a major surgical operation down south was absolutely necessary. The Gov- ernment Resident sent the man to the Hospital to be examined by the Chief Medical Officer and asked the Doctor whether he confirmed the diagnosis and if it were necessary for the patient to go south. The doctor did not confirm . the diagnosis, but admitted to the Hos- pital the patient, who is doing well: no operation being necessary. H...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

IHR R. H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN NOTICE. I the undersigned herewith notify the public in general that all per- sons found driving or interfering with stock on the Pastoral leases No 2139 & 1928 known as Esmeralda »without authority from me or with- out giving notice according to t-ie ordinance will be prosecuted withouf respect to persons. G. STEVENS. 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. ALLWRI6HT, MacLaehl&n St. Wood Depot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting buiFalo or interfering with stock on Humpty Doo station without permission will be . prosecuted irrespective of person or persons F. E. HOLMES Darwin, N. T. 19th August, 1927. _ _ NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties owned by Yat Loong *re warned th:u le^al pro feelings «dil be taken against oil enders. Notice is also given in at the lane between the Darwin Co/e and the Chinese S...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

FRANCIS L. HARDEN M A Late Chief Medical Officer H. M. Hospital Ship " R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Cons;uJLtations-9-12 a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m: Expectant mother are offered the boon of painless childbirth. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL MiSS FRANCESCA BLEESER SMITH STREET, DARWIN. Imported Handworked Goods Em- broidered Linen, Bridge Sets, Tray Cloths, Ponge Silk Goods, Grass Lawn, Silk Stockings, Chinese Shoe», Handkerchiefs. Agent for all sporting goods. Ten- nis racquets and balls supplied at southern prices. A limited number of day and evening frocks always on hand. Country orders receive special at- tention. ADAMS & FOSTER, Newsagents & Stationers, Cavenagh Street, Dar- win, receive new records every month. Are You Furnishing ? Don't Miss this Opportunity. ïfcsxonoiacjç Best Value Machine in Australia Only £13 15s. Adams & Fosters HEENZO INTRODUCES A WONDERFUL TONIC The reputation of the chemisti who make HEENZO, the famous cough mixture, is behind the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

py^if-o "TÍA In Smai Face, Healed by Cuticura. "For sometime past I had been troubled with pimples which were veiy ppinful. The pimples appeared in small lumps on my face which were scattered and itched so that I wanted to scratch them. They would come to a head and fes'.er and disfig- ured my face very mud. " I tried several remedies but they did net make the slightest difference. I suffered for about seven months when I stnt for samples of Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and after buying more I was completely healed." (Signed) Miss Felt icia Edwards, 25 Walsh St., Southwark, S. A. - , Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal- cum are ideal for daily toilet uses. Soap Is., Talcum Is.3d., Ointment li.and 2s. For sample Soap and Ointment ad- dress: *'R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S.W." SJSBT* Cuticura. Shaving Stick Is. 6d.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

Tíie ßexonola is tlie best machine on the market to-day SOLD BY ADAMS AND FOSTER

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

Ä f f f I \ 11 DON uENEffiA lissa STAR HOOT GIBSON in " TAMING THE WBST." COMEDY < CRYING FOR LOVE." AL. ALT. \* TUESDAY NIGHT

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SIR JOE COOK RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

SfiR JOE COOK RETURN Sir Joseph,Cook, former High Com- missioner for Australia arrived at Adelaine on Saturday afternoon, en route for Sydney by the Orient mail steamer Orsova from London. Ho is accompanied by Dame Mary Cook and their son and daughter. A full account of the Returned Soldiers Race Ball on Monday night, has Leen held over till next issue owing -to the necessi'y of going to pross extra early to-day, ?»?- ' i ' I The child of Mr and Mrs Len Seo>t, Baby Bernhaid, whose illness ht s been the subject of recen!; press com- ments, has now been taken to a rogi - terpd medical practitioner, and is making satisfactory progress une'er treatment by Dr Jones.

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CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

CALETEAR FOR SEPTEMBER Sun Mon Tuos WedThurs Fri Sat 12 3 ' 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 . 12 13 14 15 16 17 l8 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 First Quarter 4th; ; Full Moon 11th; Last Quat .-ter 18th; : New Moon 26th.

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TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER Morn. ?" VJ Aft i 1 8 24 8 40 15 8 2 8 4 2 8 55 9 10 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

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N T RACE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

N T RACE CLUB The first day's racing at the N.T. Race Club's annual meeting wa8 held on Saturday last, and was highly successful from every point. There was a large attendance of the public and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. The principal race of the day, the North Australian Handicap, went to Messrs. Cashman and Parer's Adroit. The horse was a strong fav- orite and the win was a popular one. After the race, the Chairman of the Club, Mr. E. V. V. Brown, called upon Mrs. Weddell to decorate the winner with a magnificent sash pre- sented by Mr. Harry Haidie, of Bur- rundie. Cheers were given for the winner, and Mr. Parer, who returned thanks, called for cheers for the owner (Mr. Moray), which were heartily given. Following were the results : Trial Handicap, 5 furlongs. Bowman and Butler's Viniory, 9.9 (Woodhouse) 1 C. Bridge's Despatch, 10.5 (Bry- ant) 2 Fleming and Cronin's Coolman, 9.2 (Blackman) . 3 Time 1.5. Dividend 22s. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs. Fleming and Cronin's Bom...

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TOMATO WILT Caused by Insects Adelaide, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

TOMATO WILT Caused by Insects Adelaide. Monday Through the discovery of H A P'tt man, of the Scientific and Industrial Research Council, th,it spotted wil! in tomato was caused and transmitter* by a species of thrip, the way is opened for the discovery of curative and pre- ventive measures.

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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

CORRESPONDENCE Sir,-I notice letters l>y Mr> W. J. Byrne and Mr. Geo. Stevens re the Advisory Council. The trouble is, so far as 1 can see, they have no power only get up and talk. It will have just about r.s much effect, I think, as throwing water on a duck's back. We have a Commission and staff and were told by the then Ministei for Home and Territories that things would be very much better for the country-that development, would proceed apace. Well, it is now about 12 months,since they wete installed, but things are just as stagnate as ever thf-y were, so far as I can see ; in fact they "have no money to spend and won't unless the House votes it, and I notice they are mighty careful that they dont grant too much, We see very little results this end anyway. Our roads are a disgrace »o any coun- try. If the crossings were repaired (only) it would be some help, and so long as the piesent conditions exist there cannot be much progress expeo ted in mining, apart, from tin mining...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 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 owlers and for which we can quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD A LODGING from 12 6«. Prompt Delirery. AU the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Address : PARER, Darwin. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only beac brands of wines a." spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA Proprietress MEAL HOURS for permanent boarders Breakfast from 6.30 a m to 9 a m Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p m. Dinner, 5 to 8 p ra 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. Proprietor TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge ments, Local postcards. Films or plates developed and printed fu amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe. P O Box 77. ii Gee Foîîg Ming ä Co. Proprietors Note our New Address NEXT TO ADAMS &...

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Death of W.J. Schultz [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

Death of W.J. Schultz The Dirwin ]:ohce have received information from the manager of the Victoria River Downs Station, that William Julius Schultz of Humbert River Station, was thrown from his horse and died in Victoria River Hospital où 2lst instant. Picture Show patrons were afforded an entertainment not on the pro- gramme on Saturday 'night. At intermission two coloured ladies were engaged iqt fisticuffs and catch as catch can, the wardsmnn at the Com- pound Hospital vainly endeavouring to separate them, Then a white man called Snowy interfered "Cut it out, or you'll gat run in," he said. Then another mau interjected "Let tha women alone! Let them fight if out!" Then the two men exchanged, blows. Snowy received one or two in the face, but Snowy has a oerriblo rigLt, and the one hit be delivered sen! thu other man donn and out. lie was taken to the hospital where Dr Jones was hastily called to attend him, Messrs. McLellan and Gordon, who left Melbourne about August 22nd, on a mot...

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KATHERINE RACES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

KATHERINE RAGES Following is the complete list of cnti ies for chief events : Trial.-Coolman; Lady Hare; Travirüa; Black Douglas; Din û Di. Spot. . Fly m ;«.?'.-Yinioi y; Lady Clare; Black Douglas;* Spot; Cremorne. Cup.-Vimory: {¿an brien; J-»galong AcLrit; Bombardkr; r^-ot; Cremorne Bracelet.--C'a ¡.:ï-<\] Lli.Iv Claie Travista; \ imory; Black Douglas Spot; Cremorne. «smcc àTummumn-tamn

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ADVISORY COUNCIL Mr Young at Katherine (By a Special Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

ADVISORY COUNCIL Mr Young at Katherine (By a Special Correspondent) Very forcibly and with quite an absence of ululation generally pre- valent at meetings of this nature), Mr W. J. Young, a candidate for the North Australian Advisory Council, most ably addressed a meeting of electors on Saturday even- ing last at the railway goods shed. Mr Owen Rowe, organiser of the North Australian Workers Union oc- cupied the chair, and with a few ap- propriate remarks briefly introduced the speaker. On rising, Mr Young intimated that those present were no doubt fully aware as to the reason of his being there that evening to address them. The Government, said the speaker, were about to institute an Advisory Council for North Australia -a much needed desideration. It is proposed that this Council should con- sist of four members, two of whom were to be appointed by (although apart from) the Government, the other two to be selected by prefer- ential ballot ; the Government Resi- dent to be chairman...

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SUPREME COURT King v McKinnon (Continued from last Issue) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 27 September 1927

  SUPREME COURT King v McKinnon (Continued from last Issue) Sister Button, continuing her evi-   dence under cross-examination, said she identified the letters and envel- opes handed to her and said they were sent by Sister Yansen and her- self. Grady was written to in the first instance because Sister Yansen and witness took exception to the statements that were made and in- ferred about themselves. On Mr Mallam objecting to Mr Braham's question to witness as to why Grady was picked out to write to his Honor said the question could not be allowed. That finished the case for the prosecution. Mr Mallam opened the case for the defence in the course of which he said that the witness Clapp had admitted that he unwillingly con- sented to leave the ladies. They had it that practically he did admit that he was doing wrong in leaving them If they looked at the exhibit put in by the Crown they would see that there was a comma after despicable and was followed by a r...

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COMMITTEE'S REPORT ON COMMONWEALTH LINE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

COMMITTEE'S ¡REPORT ON COMMONWEALTH LINE The Public Accounts Committee's report on the Commonwealth Line of steamers which was tabled in the Senate states that although fully recognising the invaluable ser- vice rendel ed in the War and post war years, the Committee consider the benefits now accruing to the country by its existence as a Govern- ment concern were more th<n ru.» weighed by the heavy josses wmch had already been sustained an. which were likely to continue.

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WHSRLED TO SHOCKING DEATH BY MACHINE Sydney Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

WHSRLED TO SHOCKING DEATH BY MACHINE Sydney Thursday Mr James Day, employed at the Clyde Engineering' works met a shocking death as he was passing a machine from which a revolving piece of steel was projecting three feet. A gust of wind blew up the side of his coat which was caught on the steel. It quickly gathered in and he was whirled to death before the machin- ery could be stopped. His body was terribly mutilated.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS FEDERAL BUDGET SPEECH PROPOSALS Canberra Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS FEDERAL BUDGET SPEECH PROPOSALS Canberra Thursday An outstanding feature of the Federal Budget speech delivered by Dr izarle Page at Canberra yesterday was the announcement that the Government proposed to reduce the Income and Land Taxes by ten per cent; besides allowing several minor concessions in respect of each. The actual surplus last year was £2;(i35; 59Y, an increase of £2,486,216 over the estimated surplus of £149,381. Dr Earle Page also stated that to facilitate the settlement of differ- ences between landowners and the Taxation Department regarding val- uations of land the Government pro- pose to appoint a Board of Review to which appeals could be made by the taxpayer. The Board would op- erate on the same lines as the In- come Tax Board of Review and would consist of persons who had such an experience in the value of land that they are competent to deal with appeals. The decisions of the Board would be final but pro- vision would be made that questions o...

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