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GN 248/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

GN 248/27 The following acting appointments to take effect from 7th October, 1927 are notified for general infor- mation :? WILLIAM HENRY LAUDER to be Acting Government Accountant during the temporary absence of L. H. A. Giles. CHARLES PRICE CONIGRAVE to be Acting Chief Clerk, Acting Com- missioner of Stamps, and Acting Registrar of Trade Unions during the temporary absence of L. H. A Giles. This officer will also act as ex-officio Registrar of Pensions while acting as Chief Clerk. LUCY M. HALL to be Acting Matron, Darwin Hospital vice E. F. Lang. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident Darwin, 28th September 1927.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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GN 216/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT Testamentary Causes Jurisdiction [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

GN, 216/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT -o Testamentary Causes Jurisdiction n In the matter of the estate of the WILLIAM GEORGE WELDON, late of Pine Hill Station, Central Aus- tralia. Whereas I, the Public Trustee of the Territory of Central Australia have been duly authorised to ad- minister the abovementioned es- tate, notice is hereby given pursuant to the 22nd section of the Trustee Act 1893 that all creditors, bene- ficiaries and other persons having claims against the above estate are required to send in, in writing, to me at my office, Alice Springs, full particulars and proof of such claim on or before the 30ih day of November 1927 or in default thereof I will proceed to distribute the said estate or such parts thereof as may have come to my hands amongst the persons re spectvely entitled thereto having re- gard only to the claims of which I then have notice and that I, the said Public Trustee, will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of who...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL At Hie ordinary general meeting oí the Dai win Town Connel held on "YYedrj'-.sdny evening commencing at S p.ni, a full Council was present. The M.«yor (Cr, Watts) opened the meeting by referring to an article which appeared a few weeks ingo i'i the Northern Territoi.y Times in con- nection with chained lui.ras in the Com [lound. Undoubtedly t bo Coun- cillor.-- had, he said, ni ide an attempt from a humano point of view, to assist the poor natives. Then «bo Times li id come out with.an article suggest- ing that each Councillor should have some of the bibras placed in their homes, although the-o bibras were suffering from venereal disease. He now asked the representative of the N irthorn Territory Times to either apologise or leave the Council cham- ber. The representative of the Northern Ter« itory Times replied that it was ut'crly impossible for him cii.her to apologise on behalf of- his paper, or leave Hie chamber while any member ol' the press remained. The Ma...

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

CRICKET The following have been selected to represent Diggers in their match against Palmerston on Saturday next at the Darwin Oval. Doig (Capt) Young (Vice Ca^t) Lof tes; Watt; Stocldart; Col. Weddell Kennett; Boyle; Caird; Wilson; Nichols. Emergencies :- Johnson; Jones; Smith. The following will represent Palm- erston against the Diggers tomorrow Olsen (capt); Leak (Vice capt) Lampe; Tootill; Giles; Gow; Willing ton; Moyes; Redfern; Thomas; Robins Fixtures.-October 8th Palmer- ston v Rest; October 15th two As- sociation teams. The annual meeting of the Mag- pies Football Club will be held at the Terminus Hotel cn Tuesday next. -o Tenders are wanted for the pur clirje of mango fruit at the Bot .anic Gardens. TL-jre is a fortune for a man with the necessary know- ledge and capital to start rnakm'> wi'-.e for export cut of our mangoes. The date for receipt of tenders for purchase of mangoes has been expended to Thursday October 6. -o Read George Wedd's auction srle retire tomcTfw....

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

&&®&c.^j£^\rj:^¿e;^áJ'A$ím^®É^m&f I .A.. C3-. B-A-IÏ^ID its? -S» fe SIGNWRÎTER, PAINTER AND DECORATOR t¿>Yf Tra ¿£s Liipeoi smill i Fust Cia=s U oik Only j Sati^t iction ! Kstim.Ucs ^ £i9 Couti (Cl-a | lij hUliitd Ti.iclebintu j Uuai.uiti.ul j Fice *|$ ÍT'^m -iVp ' ,'>.p '>\i ' .»' 'O- v ' :v »' - ' '".-i/ípT^f^1 .¿v. '?"(* ¿Ms? o>^5fiS^y&i3< f^^^^,T?^^^?^^^^;-¿^^^a^^ i FRE*7^ PLUMBER AND SHEET METAL WO UK ER ! All Classes of General Plumoing Executed. Cavenagh Street (Late W. Mettam.) kr&L.»j .\&j>.'?... u«f..ii',- .i'«.;.,.X-j.j_.v^.\3kSS2Jüc: ^ ? ^ #*& \4 if a1^ /£%& n ra n <n v&,*p na toa Wi/ 5Vfj p[T i R y > ii sa (Pty,, Lid.) havihg established a Depot at Darwin, have now for Sale Flume SVäoior S^îrët Laurel Kerosene Voce Power Kerosene CargoySe iVIobiEoiís arsd Greases Plume Spiiif selected pud used by the- Royal Australian AirForee. Pariicul.usand Prices fi...

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SUPREME COURT King v McKinnon [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

SUPREME COURT King v McKinnon   Judgement in the above was given by his Honor on Thursday last was a verdict of guilty- against the ac- cused sentence to be delivered on Friday morning. This morning 'the following sen-   tence was delivered :     The accused will be fined £200   and will be imprisoned in the Dar- win Jail without hard labour until     the fine is paid. In the course of delivering sen- tence His Honor said the Clerk of Courts had received an application from Mr. Mallam that copies of     Judgment and sentence be handed to him on Mr McKinnon's behalf Mr Mc Kinnon gave his consent to this. His Honor said accused was con- victed of a misdemeanor in publish- ing a defamatory libel and was liable to a fine or imprisonment or both; such imprisonment not to exceed one year or the fine not to exceed £500.   It was the first offence of accused. Wit...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

Dr. Haworth DENTIST .«.!'? y KATHERINE Brldgewrrk according to arrange- aient* Having been asked to also under» tmke work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can hare then 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 to 9 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Whenever possible notification re g»r*iing visits required should be made befor« 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 DARWIN GÂFE. COOL, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Service and Well-Cooked Food. MEALS AT ALL ilOURß FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarders 30/-; 21 Mea) Tickets 35/-; Single Meals 1/9. Dennison's Crepe- Pape. Honk tell» jou how to snake baskets, trays, dresses, hats, and many other pretty things. See them at A."ims md Foster's the cheapest house ia town. Wittel Son PHONE 59; Carriers and Contractors Boats and Trains Met 5 and 7 Seater Cars fo...

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DARWIN RACES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

DARWIN RACES Northern Territory Racing Club's annual meeting; second day, Tuesday September 26. Des;,ne the hot and dusty weather the.* v. was again a large attendance ' oí the public on Tuesday. The fields were very small and the finishes not at all exciting In the Bracelet the winner cantered in about sixty yards ahead of the second horse, which was a similar distance ahead of the third.- The Cup was a gift for Adroit who took the lead from the only other starter; Sandbrian at the fall of the flag and stopped there till he cantered past the post with a dozen or more lengths to spare. After the race the Cup was presented to Mr Cashman by the Government Resident. V. V. Brown Stakes 6 fur 14 ]b over Weight for Age C Bridges' Despatch; 10.2.... 1 .R H Bowman's Dinky Di 10.2. .2 Two started. Time 212/5. Divi- dend 15/-. Town Plate; 1 Mile Welter Weight for Age Bowman & Butler's Vimory 11.3.1 I. C Bryant's Jogalong 9.12... .2 Two starters. Dividend 14 - Hack Race; 5 furlongs Coo...

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GN 246/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Agricultural Lands available for Leasing in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 30 September 1927

GN 246/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA » » ? » i - Agricultura Lands avaiíab e 101 Leasing in terms of the Crown L.inds Oí amanee 1924-Ï92Î APPLICATIONS for izases oí the Jirder-mentio jed ianüs us Cultivât ion Farms will be rece-ved at the Lands Department Darwin or the i<e partment-oV rlonio ina lerriu.. ies Canberra, Fédérai Capital Terri- tory, on or feeiore the 3ist De- cember 1927. The latid, available is situated in the Dai win and Guli District as set out in ihe öcheciuie heieu-der. Cuiti-ation '.-arms are granted as 'eases in perpetuity, AU applications shall be accompan- ied by lease and registration lee ot thirty shillings. If the land is not allotted it shall remain open to application at the rentals and conditions set out in the ¡schedule un Lit such time as notiiication of its with- drawal shall jue made both in the Commonwealth, and North Australia Gazettes. Schedu'e of Conditions under winch the lands will be leased 1 RENT-No rent will be oa>cbb for the iii st peiio...

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SUB ROSA PARADISE LOST [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

SUB ROSA PARADISE LOST When the Darwin Town Council requested an apology from a Times reporter for a recent article they naturally failed to get it. When they requested him to,leaye; they natur- ally failed in that also. Men may construe things after their own fashion; clean from the. purpose of the things themselves^ This they did in regard to the Times article. Were the affairs of the town nothing in comparison with their personal feelings ? They had to re- sort to "going into committee" to exclude the Times reporter but were unable to do this without losing the Standard reporter. Thus the public were prevented from having their legal right-publicity of Council meetings. If the Darwin Town Council want to swallow the whole crop of the Forbidden Tree in this Eden temple the ratepayers-who are the plant- ers and owners of the same-are en- titled to know when indigestion reaches a sta,ge requiring fresh in- habitants. The two innocent children who wandered in to watch and listen (tha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

BLUE BIRD CAFE Mrs Felix Spain desires to notify that she has purchased the Blue Bird Cafe where she hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Picnic parties catered for. Ham and Eegs. Ice Cream, cool drinks of all kinds. BARWEN BAGGAGE AND CARRIER SERVICE. BOATS AND TRAINS MEO. ON AR- RIVAL. GOODS TRANSPORTED TO ANY PART OF TOWN. HARRY FARRAR " SMITH STREET (Opp. Victoria HoUl) TELEPHONE 66 NEW LAUNDRY KWONG LEE Proprietor Next door to Terminus lotel Caven- agh Street, Darwin AU work turned out in first class style and saisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited 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. ?aonanagBnuoca FRANCIS L HARDEN M A La...

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RANDWICK RACES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

RANDWICK RACES Hurdles.-Bungarby 20/1; Mount- aineers 20/1 (Dead heat first Piratic 20/1. Trial.-Bicola 6/1; Son Mine 4/6; Devonshire 5/1. Derby.-Trivalve 6/1; Winalot 7/2; Black Duchess 20/1. Epsom.-Vaals 6/1; MakSeccaro/1 Gothic 6/1. Spring Stakes.-Limerick 1/1; T»pr»thcon 9/2: Bacchus 16/1. . Kensington.- Mote 8/1; Marrdu.T 7/2; Spagette 15/1.

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DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL The adjourned ordinary meeting of the Darwin Town Council was held on Monday last a full Council being present. Correspondence A reply was received from the Gov- ernment Resident relative to trans- port and rations assistance alleged to have been given by the Govern- ment to foreigners arriving and leaving the Territory. The Govern ment Resident's letter stated that no steamer passages had been paid by the Government for foreigners to Darwin; on the contrary efforts had been made to prevent those in search of employment coming here. No railway transport was granted nor rations supplied. S Baldino was re- turned by the Home and Territor- ies Department as he had been resi- dent here for some years. Cr Brown said that the reference to Baldino indicated the Home and Territories had sent Baldino here and presumably at the Govern- ments expense. On the motion of Cr Marchant it was decided the Clerk ascertain if Baldino was back in Dar- win and in receipt of destitute ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

ADAMS & FOSTER, Newsagents fi: Stationer* Cavenagh Sti'eet, Dat win, receive new records every month.

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Around Australia Record Motorists Reach Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

Around Australia Renord Motorists Reach Adelaide On Saturday mommy Woodward and M.tyor arrived in Ariel «ide ft oin Per'h on their record making dip round Au^traün. They .»vor.igcd 300 miltA daily. Leaving yesterday after noon for Melbourne they cxpoi b to compare the 9700 milo tri¡> this >*oek, six weks after tbey left Melbourne.

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Writ Against Melbourne Mayor for Alleged Libel. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

Writ Against Melbourne Mayor for Allegad Libel. , A Supreme Court writ claiming £10.000 damages has been issued by Edward Giliett, against the Lord Mciyor of Melbourne, (Sir Stephen Morell), for a libel alleged to have been published in the Age and Argus on September 20. A similar claim was also made against the Morning Post on the same clay.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

Cuticura Loveliness  Priceless Heritage For generations mothers have been using Cuticura Preparations for all toilet purposes and have been teaching their daughters that daily use of them produces clear, smooth skin and healthy hair. They find the Soap pure and cleansing, the Ointment soothing and healing, should any irritations arise, and the Talcum an ideal toilet powder. Soap Is.,Talcum l«.3d,,Ointment în.ar.d 2b. For sample Soap and Ointment ad- dress: "R.Towr.8 & Co., Sydney, N.S.W." gjfBF"" Cuticura Shaving Stick Is. Gd.

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

CRICKET Saturday's match Palmerston v.i Diggers completed the 1927 season. Next Saturday Palmerston will play a combined team of Diggers and Wanderers. Diggers Young c Thomas b Leak 23 Lof tes b Olsen 1 Doig c Olsen b Gow 21 Watt b Olsen 1 Weddell c Leak b Tootill 2 Wilson b Gow 0 Stoddart c and b Tootill 4 Jones c Thomas b Tootill 5 Caird c Willington b Tootill 8 Nichols not out 0 Smith b Gow 1 * Sundries 7 73 Olsen 2/11; Leak 1/35; Tootill 4/8; Gow 3/12. Palmerston Leak c Stoddart b Caird 58 Tootill retired 54 Giles b Young 5 Olsen b Caird 21 Willington c and b Doig 4 Lampe retired 54 Gow retired 51 Redfern absent 0 Moyes c Doig b Caird *. 46 Thomas c Watt b Young 1 Robins not out 19 Sundries 29 Doig 1/75; Loftes 0/90; Young 2/59 Caird 3/46; Weddell 0/13; Watt 0/31 Competition Table P W L Pts Palmerston 9 9 0 l8 Diggers 9 3 6 6 Wanderers 8 17 2 Batting Name Clb In NO R HS Avg. Lampe P 8 2 405 103 r 67.5 Leak P 9 0 510 147 56.6 Doig D 9 1 298 54 no 37.2 Olsen P 9 2 246 56 r 35.1 Lo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

NOTICE The business ol' C. Yam Yan & Co is being carried on by Chin Pack bue Willie Pack Poy and See Poy. Chin Pack Cheong and Chin Pack Mow have nothing to cto with the said business. Dated 4/10/27. WILLIE PACi ?OY CHIN PACK SUE SEE POY BLUE BIRD CAFE I desire to notify the public that I have sold the Blue Bird Cafe to Mrs Felix Spain as from October 3rd In thanking the pubic for the pat- ronage accorded nie during the pa&t two years I hope liberal support will be accorded to Mrs Spain whose abilities as a capable manager aie well known. R. S. HAIG ñ p $ s i lu id m J h m DON üENEIftA ft iïï I ii if! INTERNATIONAL MEWS WESTERN CALL OF HAZARD Special WESTERN JUST COWBOYS Pee Wee Holmes COMEDY A DANGEROUS PEACH Wanda Wiley l% Ü K H k1 ti ft*M fUESDJW WIGH^ ¡j " ÏU§ II fà? It is not what a man stands for that counts, its what he falls for. In a woman's smile you get more sublimity rhan a sunset, more pathos than a battle-scarred lands- cape, more warmth than a noonday ...

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS High Court Appeal Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS High Court Appeal Melbourne, Tuesday. Messrs Blake & Riggall, solicitors, Melbourne, acting for Mr Edwin Verbürg, farmer, Adelaide Biter, North Australia, have commenced proceedings in the High Court, in an appeal »gainst the deoiaion of Judge Roberts, in the Darwin Court, in whieh the decision of the Playford Local Court, of Pine Creek in the ease Verbürg versus Bindberg, was reversed. (The above refers to the oase Ver- bürg versus Bindberg, heard at Fine Creek, which resulted in a verdict for Mr Verbürg for £407 and costs. Against this decision Mr Bindberg appealed to the Darwin Supreme Court which allowed the appeal with eosti against Mr Verbürg, who is ?ow appealing to the High Court «gainst the deoision of the Darwin Supreme Court.)

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