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North-South Railway Variation Proposal. Canberra, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 October 1927

North-South Railway Variation Proposal. Canberra, Monday In the House of Representatives,   Mr W W Killen asked Mr Bruce if the Government would consider the advisi-     bility of approaching the South Aus-   tralian Government with a view to   securing a variation of the agreement   for the construction of the North South railway, and offering in lieu to make a road, passable from the south- ern boundary of the Northern Terri- tory to Daly Waters and thereby saving an enormous expenditure on a railway through country which is practically desert and which would have nothing to carry except a few   cattle occasionally, and must entail an enormous annual loss. Mr Bruce replied that the Commonwealth was prepared to fulfil its obligations but would consider the advisibility of dis- cussing an alternative proposal with the South Australian Government.

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GN 240/27 PEARL SHELL OVERSEAS MARKETING ACT 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

GN 240/27 PEARL SHELL OVERSEAS MARKETING ACT 1927 In pursuance of Regulations 8 (2) and 9 (2) of the Pearl Shell' Overseas Marketing (Poll and Elect- ion of Board) Regulations, I, Thuin:-:s Paterson, Minister of State for Mark- ets and Migration, do hereby fix the tenth day of October, One thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven, as the day on or before which nominat- ions of candidates for election to the Pearl Shell Overseas Marketing Board shall be lodged with the Re- turning Officer, Department of Mark- ets and Migration, Melbourne. Dated this twenty-fifth day oí August, 1927. T. PATERSON Minister for Markets and Migration

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GN 256/27 NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

GN 256/27 NOTSC'E It is hereby notified for general in- formation that the Governor Gener- al in Council has terminated the ap- pointment of Francis John Earl as a Justice of the Peace'in and i'or the Northern Territory of Australia as from the 31st day of August 1927, in consequence of his resignation. Dated at Darwin this 3rd day of October 1927. R. II. WEDDELL Government Resident

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GN 254/27 [?]ALIZATOR LICENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

Uín üö4/27 I O ii ALkitKiW« L.KÜÍe.iwG'fc. üy Virtue oí tne .Lottery ana Gaming Amendment Act iööö, Tne UcUiiing ijurtiier suppression Act ±öüi and oi urdinance l\o. 16 of lt/zi and suuject to tne provisions,, thereof, these are tnerexore to licence Mr «J. T. Mcillwraith, being the onau'inan of, and otner members 01 tne Oonimiuee or executive body 01, the Racing oiub caned the Kath- erine River Race Uiub to use the Totalizator on the Race Course at Katherine on Saturday the eighth and Monday the tenth of October 1927. Given under my hand the thirtieth day ox ¡september 1927. A. V. ÜIKETTON ¿Sergeant For Commissioner 01 Police. Approved. R. H. Weddell Government Resident Darwin, {September 30th 1927.

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GN 259/27 EMPLOYAIENT OF ABORIGINALS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

GN 259/27 EMPLOYAIENT OF ABORIGINALS It is hereby notified for public in- formation that from this date on- wards all persons desirous of ob- taining permits to employ aboriginals within the Town of Darwin must make application to the undersigned Persons who are under agreement for the, employment of Aboriginals are reminded that the payment of Aboriginal Trust monies for the quarter ended 30th September, 1927, is now due and should be paid forth- with. Dated at Darwin this Sixth day of October, 1927. E. W. ROGERS Protector of Aboriginals

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GN 257/27 APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

GN 257/27 APPOINTMENT By virtue of the provisions of the Aboriginals Ordinance 1918-1925 and the Northern Australia Act 1926, I, Robert Hunter Weddell, Government Resident of North Australia, do ¿lereby appoint Ernest WiMliam Rogers to be a Protector of Aboriginals for North Australia as from the ¿. te hereof. Dated at Darwin this 3rd day of October, 1927. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident

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GN 260/27 REGULATION UNDER THE HEALTH ORDI[?]CE 1915-1924 Application to Katherine-Daly Waters Health Area [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

GN 260/27 REGULAítüivb unuëR THE HEALTH UKulraAivÜic; Ví;íü^ú2¿¿ Application to ftatfcueriwe-baiy Waters Heaiiit Area By virtue oí tue provisions of the Healtii Urdinance 191¡>19:¿4 and tue Regulations thereunder and the Noftnern Australia Act i9Zt>, 1, Rou- en; Hunter Vvectdeii, . Government Résident of JNortn Australia hereby declare that the "Uaruage Reguiat ions iyZ4", the "Night boil imputat- ions 19Z4" and the '"Rat Exclusion and Reduction Regulations 1924" shall apply to the Katiierine-Jjaiy Waters Health Area as Ironi Ure date hereof. Dated at Darwin this 6th day of October, 1927. K. H. WEDDELL Government Jtíesident

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YANKEE SPEED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

YANKEE SPEED Screening at the Don Cinema on Saturday, the master picture entit- led " Yankee Speed '" starring Kenneth McDonald. Story adapted from the famous novel V" The Mys- tery Castle". Cast : Jay Hunt, Rich- ard Lewis, Milton Fahrney, John Henry, Viola Yorba, Virginia Ains- worth, Elsie Walker, Emile Gertes, Bert Lindley, ¿lilburn Mirante, Jack Waltemeyer and Frank Price. A story that parks a good punch. Laughs and romance all through, even grandma and grandpa will shriek with delight at the dynamic capers of our Yankee hero. Comedy "Hoot Toot", Pathe. Book reserv- ation at Adams & Foster. ?,..,?? -^ A combined raid by the Customs and Police Departments was made on the s.s. Mangóla on Monday morning. It is believed the object of the raid was the illegal trafficking in birds and it is understood that no birds were discovered. The moral effect of the vigilance of the Depart- ment in stopping this traffic is in- finitely better than finding dead birds on a captured offend...

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RANDWICK RAGES Acceptances for Tomorrow Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

RANDWICK RAGES Acceptances for Tomorrow Sydney, Friday Waverley.-Puithar 9/3, Johnnie Jones 8/5, Tibbie 8/4, Strongbow 8/3, Battlement 8/0, Beedos 7/11, Clarinda 7/8, Rawhetu 7/6, Don Panther 7/5, Amusement, Draw bridge 7/0, Royal Roue, Lucky Thrice 6/9, Fondant, Laird, Cockpen, 6/7, Chester, Calmest 11/7, Persuas ion 10/13, White Fang 10/6, Queen Tart 10/2, Greenline 9/12, Bunkum 9/7, Kapuya 9/4, Whitta 9/1, Leslie Wallace 9, Penman 8/12, Boss Poppy 8/11, Ariedon 8/8, Cadenza 8/7, Gounod 8/5, Queen Shepherd 8/1, King Val 8/0, Factor, Rozener 7/12 WillianG7/10. Randwick Plate.-Coin Nut, Pan theon, Valamita 9/7, Bacchus 9/3, Limerick 8/11, Clibborn Stakes.-Winalot, Merry Mint 9/0, Royal Lineage, Statesman Sir Allan, Glenariff, Prime Don, Pad icol, Lord Kennaquhair, Sacedon, Nagazzo 8/7, Arikiwai, Chronium, Rosso, Tarquinish, Rastus 8/4, Black Duchess, Western Lass 8/2.

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GN 235/27 THE MARRIAGE ACT 1867 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

GN 235/27 THE MARRIAGE ACT 1867 The Reverend Ernest Ball and the Reverend Ira Menear, Ministers of Religion of the Methodist Church cf Australasia, have been enrolled as officiating Ministers in the Territory of North Australia with power to grant licences for marriages and to perform the ceremony of Marriage within the meaning of the Marriage Act of the State of South Australia in force in the Territory aforesaid. F. T. MACARTNEY Registrar General of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Darwm, 19th September, 1927,

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BUFFALO FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

BUFFALO FOOTBALL CLUB -o The annual meeting of the Buff aloes Football Club was held at the Victoria Hotel on Wednesday night the 5th inst the president, Mr Meehan being in the chair. The report and balance sheet which showed a credit of approxim ately £4 was adopted. The prospects as regards the coming season were extensively dis cussed it being felt that with the departure of a considerabfe number of last year's players and the deter mined intention of several veterans to retire, there might be some diffi culty in providing a team to emulate last years performance even \vith the enrolment of some new olayers who had agreed to join the Buttai oes. It was felt that there should be some system of distribution of available players among the Clubs which would ensure that each team would have a full compliment and with a view to having the matter discussed by the League the meet ing was adjourned till next Wednes day night at 8 p.m. when a larger attendance of members and ali in tereste...

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GN 242/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Postmaster General's Department Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 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 shown 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, Banlia Banka and Oodnadatta. W. G. GIBSON Postmaster General

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TROPICAL MEDICINE RESEARCH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

TROPICAL MEDICINE RESEARCH Sir Ronald Ross, who was assoc iated many years ago with Sir Pat rick Manson dn research work in tropical medicine, was present with other scientists and doctors at the Albert Dock Hospital, Connaught road, when Mr Chamberlain, Minis ter of Health, unveiled a memorial tablet to Sir Patrick in the Manson Ward. It was in this hospital that Sir Patrick Manson did much of his work and founded the first School of Tropical Medicine. "My father," said Mr Chamberlain in his speech, "founded this school, my brother raised the money for it, and no far I have only unveiled this tablet in it; but I am a young man and I hope there may be oportunities before me of doing something more for it."

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DEATH OF MRS CLELAND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

DEATH OF MRS CLELAND Councillor Marchant has received a telegram announcing the death of Mrs John Cleland, whicn took place, at Charles St., Norwood, Adelaide,: on Tuesday morning. The late Mrs Cleland came to the Territory in the early seventies with her parents, her father being the late Samuel Brown, senr. They arrived here from New Zea- land at the time Southport was the chief port and city of the Territory where the father started in business as publican, baker ana blacksmith; the late Sam Brown, junr, being engaged in lightering the cargoes from the steamers anchored at the mouth of the Blackmoor River op- posite the present Quarantine Stat-1 ion. On the closing down of South-, port in favor of the present town of j Darwin, the family with others re- ¡' moved to Darwin, where the old .,' man again started in business by ' keeping a coffee palace in conjunct- ' ion with a bakery and blacksmith- . ing business, on that allotment now,, in the possession of Mr Harry ' Farrar. The ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

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SUPREME COURT Gee Fong Ming & Co v Maloney [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

SUPREME COURT Gee Fong Ming & Co v Maloney The appeal of Gee Fong Ming & Co from the adjudication in insolv- ency of Cornelius Maloney, on the 43th September last on his own petition as a pauper, came before Judge Roberts on Wednesday last Mr Mallam appeared for the appell- ants, the respondent being absent and unrepresented. His Honor said that in looking into the matter he was satisfied that the statutory time had not elapsed be- tween the act of insolvency and the filing of the petition. He was quite prepared to rescind the adjudication but it could not be the only ground of appeal The main difficulty arose out of the absence of respondent. Mr Mallam said the appointment'' of the Special Magistrate, Victor Leslie Lampe was gazetted on Sep- tember 9th by GN 221/27, vice Ed- ward Copley Playford on leave, such appointment to take effect from the 6th September. He contended that the appointment was vague as to its commencement and duration and that it was dependent a...

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AULD SCOTIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

AULD SCOTIA Sightseeing and propaganda v/ill be combined in a unique manner by the Scottish Delegation which will leave Australia in April next. A six months toar will cost approximately 1.200 but members may stay twelve months if they wish. Kandy ana Cairo will be seen en route and glorious Devon and woncieHnl Lon icn and historie* SroLk will be visited on the way to the land of the Dele- gation's forebears. Holjrood, the Firth of Forth, the Trossacks, Ayr, Loch Lomond, Bannockburn, Stirling Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen, Ba]rnoral Castle, Inverness, and the Caledon- ian canal are in the route of the main tour. After four weeks tour- ing Scotland as a Delegation, the party will scatter to the homes of relatives or sightseeing into Europe. The scheme offers an opportunity to travel in congenial company at a minimum cost, meeting a maximum of interesting people and seeing more of Great Britain's industries and institutions and beauty spots than is possible to small parties or individuals t...

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POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

i POLICE COURT Before V. L, Lampe, Esq., S.M., on Thursday, Lew ¡Sang appeared on a charge of unlawfully having in bis possession opium suitable for smoking. Sgt. Stretton said defendant was seen by Constable Lynch at the 10 Mile on the 5th inst., near the resi- dence of a half-cast. After a conver- sation followed by a search resulting in finding l8, sticks of opium the con- stable arrested him. Dr. Cecil Cook said he found the contents of the tin (produced) which. Constable Lynch brought to bim to be opium suitable for smoking. Constable Lynch said he saw de- fendant sitting under a tree near a humpy at the 10-Mile. He said to defendant " Are you. camping here ? " He replied, " No more ; 1 been just come up." The constable said, "Stand up, 1 want to search you." Defendant stood up and said " What's the matter ? " The constable said "I want to search for opium." Ho put his hand in the left trousers pocket of defendant, who put his own hand in the right pocket and on drawing it out ...

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GN [?] [?] Co[?]ptitive Examination [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

;nt .. i Cüfj.petiíive Examinai»«*« It is hereby notified for general information that a Competitive Ex- amination for the puropse of select- ing a temporary Junior Typiste, which position may ultimately be- come permanent, will be held on the following date at the underment- ioned places : Tuesday, October 18th. English; Darwin School; 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 19th, Arith- metic, Spelling, Darwin School 2 p.m. Thursday, October . 20th, Short- hand, Typing; Government Offices; 2 p.m. The standard of examination in English, Spelling, and Arithmetic will be that of class V. of the State Schools' curriculum. Under the sub- ject English, candidates will also be examined in hand-writing. Candidates are invited to lodge their names and express their in- tention to sit for the above examin- ation with the Government Resident by Saturday, 8th October, 1927. R. H. WEDÜELL Government Resident Darwin 21st September, 1927.

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Japanese Convinced Kuo Ming Tang Will Triumph. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927

Japanese Convinced Ruo ling Tang Will Triumph. .Iules Squenvriin wr'nes io tho " Mai in " from Tokio, that the .Janm ese are convinced 'hat the Kuo Ming Tang will triumph in the end, and that it is only a ma*'cr vi months before the Nationalists urn masters of all China, wiUi tho exception of Man ehnrin. More Cluing Tso Lin. wh v<e milifiiiy power is consider;!hin hut whose iiiornl iinthorWy is steadily de- creasing, will don lu loss be able to hold ont for some time, hut he will he caught between China, Mongolin und Siburin, and may lie atiackid on three sides, and may fatl nu'ess Jap.m sup- ports him. Those in the know say that Host Cashman, if he is adroit, will bring hack the Katherine Cup for adorn- ment, of the Club Hotel, Darwin. The annual meeting of the Foot- ball League is to be held at the Vic- toria Hotel on Thursday next.

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