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RACE WEEK VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
RACE WEEK VISITORS Among the Western Aus'ralian visitors at the races were Messrs, Simpson, Bridge, Oiyant, Walsh,' Maloney, Thomas, Noble, Cressey and others. Up-country visitors included Messrs Stan Brown, ^edgewick, H. F. Hardy, J McAdam, Tam ding. J. Case, TT. Gardiner, J. Cororan (Townsville),/!1, lint 1er, G, Woodhouse (who roth? four winners), Mrs. Brown (Pino Creek), the Misses O'Shra, (Katherine), and others.
MR PLAYFORD INTERVIEWED AT ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
MR PLAYFORD INTERVIEWED AT ADELAIDE The Director of Mines; Chief War- den and Special Magistrate of the Nortnern Territory (Mr E. C. Play foid) ai rived at Adelaide on furlough alter 31 years of public service in the Northern Territory. When interview- ed he stated that things -were look- ing brighter in the Territory and the Federal works in hand were finding employment for a number of men, but he regí etted that Vestey's Works were still closed and there was i o piospccL of their reopening.
FEDERAL PARLIAMENTS CLERK DIES AFTER APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED Canberra Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
FEDERAL PARLIAMENTS CLEKK SÍES AFTER APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED Canberra Thursday VV hen the House of. Kepresentat i^es reassembled after the Tea ad- journment on Wednesday Sir Neville Howse entered and stated to Mr Bruce that Mr McGregor; Clerk of Parliaments was dead. McGregor Lad fainted earlier in the sitting and had been taken to the hospital. The Prkne Minister; Mr Bruce; in moving the adjournment of the House; said that words could r not express the feeling of members. That day the hou'se had expressed sympathy with the relatives of ex-Clerk Gale and a few moments later McGregor's ap- pointment had been announced. In another few minutes he was stricken with illness and had passed away. "
RACE BALL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
RACE BALL The Race Ball arranged by the lie turned bolaiers and held in ttie boidiers' nail on Monday last was a huge success, although not as large a humper as had been anticipated appeared in Fancy Dress. Among those however, in Fancy Jüress were 'several striking custumes; and the keenest interest was shown by those in tne ballot tor prizes The voting by popular vote resulted in the following allotment ol' prizes. Best Dressed Lady, Mrs Jim Young -Spanish Lady. Lest Dressed Gentleman, Mr Gus Moss.-Pirate. 'Most Original Costume; Mr Cecil Freer. A lengthy programme ' of dances was gone through excellent music being provided by Miss Jean Osborne Messrs P. Butchardt and J Cooper. The function continued until a very late hour and everyone present vot- ed it one of the most successful affairs that the Soldiers had provid- ed in Darwin.
COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RE- SEARCH To hand from the Joint-, Editors an advance copy of the first number oí the Quarterly Journal which has been pul.lished by the above body. £n a Foreword the Editors point out that, valuable reports and information re- lating to Australind Industries and and the scientific problems which con- front them are being collected from authoritative sources Many of these reports are of wide general interest and 'herefore,.create puhheity to the Journal, the unnuil subscription for which is only 5/-, will be published quarterly and will provide the nu^os of disseminating geiieial information as to Australia's scientific research work in progress throughout, the Commonwealth The Editors whose address is at 314 Albort Street, East Melbourne extend the hope that nil Aus ra liri's Research lust ¡tires will use the Journal for in iking known their activities and (Luis open the way for at least some measure ol' mutual discussion, assisi ance, and nat...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
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MAN IN FLAMES DASHES THROUGH STREET Sydney, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
Uri AN IN FLAffiES DASHES THROUGH STREET Sydney, Tuesday While a motor lorry was taking in petrol at a garage in Glebe a care- lessly discarded match set fire to the petrol and Alfred Edlund was severe- ly burned. The ñames spread to the vehicle setting Edlund's clothes alight. Enveloped in flames he dash- ed along the street pursued by fellow employes. He finally collapsed and it was found then that his trou- sers 'were amost burned from his body while his coat and shirt haü also been damaged.
GENERAL TELEGRAMS FAVORITE WITHDRAWN Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
GENERAL TELEGRAMS FAVORITE WITHDRAWN Sydney, Friday. Commendation's form has been so bad since his arrival from New Zea- land that it haá been decided to send him back by the first boat. This en- tails .? his withdrawal horn the Caul- field Cup, for which he has. been for many weeks a hot favorite. NORTH SOUTH LINE A Mile A Day Adelaide, Friday. ' ' Much progress is being made by the . Victorian Construction Co., Ltd, in construction of the North-South railway from Oodnada'ta to Alice Springs. It is the aim of the con- tractors to do a mile a day and plate laying be»an on Monday. SENATE DEBATE ON NORTH SOUTH RAILWAY CON STRUCTION Linking up With Barkley Tablelands Canberra, Friday. Senator Duncan (N.S."W ) resumed the débale in the Senate on í'huisday in the motion favoiing th.^ »:ô!nsi ruc- tion of the North-Son. h railway» link- ing up the western portions o£ N N.W and Queensland wi'h the Barkley Tableland and olber portion- of Nor- thern Australia. The motion ^u^gesis that the Co...
GN 242/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Postmaster General's Department Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
GN 242/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Postmaster General's Department Adelaide . TENDERS for the ANNUAL IN- SPECTION and MAINTENANCE of the existing telegraph and telephone line between Oodnadatta and Pine Creek, will be received at the office of the Deputy Director, Posts and Telegraphs G.P.O. Adelaide as fhown hereunder : TENDERS CLOSE at 3 p.m., Wednesday, December 14th, 1927. Tender Forms and full particulars are obtainable at the Office of the »State Engineer, G.P.O. Adelaide, or from the Post-Offices at Darwin, Pine Creek, Emungalan, Katherine, Powells Creek, Alice Springs, Banka Banka and Oodnadatta. W.G. GIBSON Postmaster General
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
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TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
TIDES FOR SEPTEMBER Morn . -v. ; Aft 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 IO 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 IO 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
POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927
POLICE COURT Before Mr V. L. Lampe; S.M. this morning was a summons for common assault brought by Harry Hill against W. Jones. Defendant ?was-fined £1; and costs £1; and also professional costs £2/2/-. iWe are officially advised that the Koolinda is still under survey and its sailing date is indefinite. -o Mr W H Lauder is to be acting accountant and Mr C P Conigrave acting chief clerk, during absence on leave of Mr L H A Giles. -o Miss L. M. Hall is to be acting matron at the Hospital.