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INLAND HOSPITAL BENEFIT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
INLAND HOSPITAL BENEFIT Statement of Receipts and Expen- diture in connection with the recent Benefit Picture Night in aid of the Australian Inland Missions arranged by Commander Bennett of H.M. A.S. Geranium. Expenditure Don Pictures Hire etc £5/0/0 Mr A. Cant, carting 10/0 Mrs Spain, doorkeeper 10/0 £6/0/0 Receipts 120 Reserved Seats £14/10/0 Window takings £20/1/0 £34/11/0 Balance to Australian Inland Missions on 1/10/27 £28/11/0 M. N. DOIG Hon. Treasurer
COUNCIL TO SUPPORT DESIRE FOR TRIAL BY JURY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
COUNCIL TO SUPPORT DESIRE FOR TRIAL BY JURY At the adjourned ordinary meet- ing of the Darwin Town Council on Monday last the question of trial by jury was brought up by Cr Brogan The Council ?was, he said, the only public body in the Northern Terri- tory elected by the ratepayers who, together with the general public, were deprived of the right of trial by a jury. Cr Brown expressed the view that the matter was outside thet jurisdiction of the Council. If the people wished the jury system rein- stated they could give expression to their wishes by causing a public meeting of citizens to be held and supporting their demand by attend- ing it. He did not think the Council could deal with the matter. . The mayor said he would like to have a motion asking the Govern- ment to restore the right of trial by juty to the citizens of the Territory. If Cr Brogan would bring the matter np at the next meeting in the form of a motion he would give it his whole-hearted support^ Cr Brown explained t...
GN 258/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JIRIDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
GN 258/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JIMISBICTÍON. In the matter of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons. Name. Late of Oceui ation Claim to be lodged on or tbeiore Robert Williams Gallipoli Station ¡Stockman '2','tli Octobu, 1027 Frank Allan Kutuvlx Cameron Katherine Laborer 10th No\ciui 01, 1027 William Oliver hmtiunue Miner lihh iNovoimm, 10*27 Clifford Jambs Dow- ling Lynott Borroloola fcJlorekecpei . ord December, 10.: 7 Thomas Joux Lynott Borroloola Gentleman ' 3i«l Deocmhu, lü'_7 WHEREAS I, the Public Trustee for the Northern Terriloiy have be^n duly authorised to administer the above-mentioned estates, notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 22 of the Trustee Act, 1803, tL;.t all creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having claims against any of these estates are required to send in, in writing, to mc at my office, Darwin, full particulars and proof of any such claim on or boiore ¿he date shown above against the name 6i" the deceased pois...
POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
POLICE COURT Before V. L. Lampe Esq, S.M. on Tuesday, Michael Paspalis was charged with driving car No. 350 with one instead of two headlights on September 28th. Defendant was fined 5/- without costs. Ivor Towns- hend Hall, on a similar charge in connection with car No. 15 was fined the same amount. Palmerston team to play combined team of Diggers and Wanderers. Olsen (Capt.), Leak (Vice Capt), Lampe, Tootill, Giles, Gow, Willing ton, Moyes, Thomas, Redfern, Robins The Chat I es* ton is sweeping the country with an rpiclemic of flat feet and knock knees. To learn the latest dance notions the quickest way is to overturn a beehive in a ballroom. The first intimation in the Bible of broad- casting was when Adam gave a spare par which developed into a loud speaker. Respectability is the state of never being caught doing anything which givo3 you pleasure, Love is an ocean of emotion entirely surrounded by pxpence«*, and a Bolshevik one witli fenturesof facial criminality surroun- ded by ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
NOTECE -o Any person found cutting or re- moving timber, or in any way tres passing, on Sections 407; 408; 409 410 411; 412 or 413, Hundred of Bagot, will be prosecuted. NORTHERN AGENCY Ltd. EONJEAN AHBENGRRKOEA PSLP-C Relieve all Female Weak- nesses 3E*ice 5/- ma 10/- per box. Catalogue of Toilet Requisites jPt seed Free to Any Address ! SOLE AGENT. | R Jf POULTON CONSULTING CHEMIST ! 119 Bcurko Si«Rf2elboisc ne I - f'U-.io/'pi ('. v -nil', i. Street. l):u vvin. rev> ...,j,- &lt;î2v." records over j month.
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland Arrive, at Darwin From Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, Katherine and places en route every Friday at 5.40 p.m. Closes at Darwin For Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, katherine and places along tha lino 7 a.m. every Wednesday morning. Mails will be despatched to Adelaide River, Pine Creek and Katherine, per special trains, on Mondays, and Fridays, closing times in- definito, correspondence should be posted previous day. . Arrive at Darwin From Victoria River and places en route Boiroloola do Powells Creek do Friday October 21st 1927 Closes at Darwin For Victoria River and ploces en route Wednesday October 26th 1927 Borroloola do Powells Creek do OVERSEAS MAILS From South via Sydney about- 13th each month ; leaves for Singapore same date. From West every 2 months, re mains 2-1 ho,urs and returns 6're mantle. From Singapore, about Clh each month and leaves for Sydney same date.
GN 204/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANDS AVAILABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDINANCE 1924-27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
ÜN 204/27 NORTH ALSTKALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANLrS AVAIL- ABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDIN- ANCE 1924-22. APLICATIONS for a lease of the under-mentioned land as a Cultivation .Farm will be received at the Lands Department, Darwin, or the Depart of Home and Territories, Melbourne, on or before the 13th day of Novem- ber, 1927. The land available is situated .on the Adelaide River in, the Darwin, and Guli District as set out in the Sehe,aule nereundei Cultivation Farms are granted as leases in perpetuity. If the land is not allotted it shall re- main open to application at tht ren- tals and conditions set out in the Schedule until such time as notifica- tion of its withdrawal fchaU be iicadt both in 'the Commonwealth, and North Australia Gazettes. All applic ations shall be accompan- ied by a lease and registration fee oí thirty shillings. Schedule of Conditions under which the lands will be Leased 1. RENT.-No rent will be pay- able for the first period of the lease, whi...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
N. A. FOOTBALL LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD QftS THURSDAY OCTOBER 13th VICTORIA HOTEL, AT 8 p.m. ELECTION OF OFFICERS, etc COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS [Railways EmpSoyees Picnic Tratos to Adelaide River Return Tickets at Single fares will be issued from all stations to Adel- aide River on Sunday 9th October, 1927, available for return on clay of issue only. Return fare from Dariwn is 11/7, one class only. Train leaves Darwin at 7.00 a.m., Katherine at 5.00 a.m. and Pine Creek at 8.10 a.m. Return trains leave Adelaide River at 6.00 p.m. J. H. MILLICAN Manager, North Australia Railway WARATAH FOOTBALL CLUB THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Waratah Football Club will be held at the B. A. T. Staff quarters at 8 p.m. next Tuesday. A. E. COUTANCHE Hen. Sec. CHRIST CHURCH TRINITY 17 7.30 a.m.-Holy Communion 10 a.m.-Eucharist; 8 p.m.-Evensong FOR SALE Tangye Oil Engine; 3¿ h.p.; in ^ood order; dirt cheap at £15 cash. TIMES OFFICE ^r^lTY^gg GAZETTE STAR Kenneth fticûonairi IN YANKEE SPEED COMEDY HOO...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
CRICKET The following will represent Dig- gers and Wanderers in the combined match against Palmerston on Sat- urday the 8th. Pott, Doig, McMillan, Young, Lof tes, Brown A, Morris, Watt, Parer, Weddell, Caird. Emergencies : Matthews, Stoddart, and Cornish. Players are requested to assemble early on the ground to select a Cap- tain.
COUNCIL TO DEAL WITH NEGLECTED VAGANT ALLOTMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
COUNCIL TO DEAL WITH NEGLECTED VAGAMT ALLOT Thai the Town Council intend to actively deal with the much neglect- ed vacant allotments was indicated by a motion from the mayor on Monday last, "That the owners of blocks 413 to 418 inclusive and part 398 must have their allotments cleared of all rubbish to the satis- faction of the Town Council. Any agent-and Cr Brown was one must give a reasonable time when they would have the allotments cleared. Unless an undertaking to clear them was forthcoming by November 30, the Council would carr, y cut the woi'k and charge the ov/rers. Tint; bottles and-papers, &c pxcumuUited on these allotments and tb&lt;". eiTorts of Council labour on the streets was futile while litter could ho M' wn on to them immediately a]itr the work v/as done. Cr Brown said that some of the allotments certainly did look rather disreputable. He would have to look around for allotments, other than those for which he was agent, that needed clearing up. Doct...
TIDES FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
TIDES FOR OCTOBER -n Morn. Aft Morn. Aft 1 8 23 8 32 16 9 14 9 21 2 8 58 9 6 17 10 11 10 25 à 9 40 9 50 l8 11 34 11 b& 4 10 40 11 2 19 1 12 5 0 10 20 1 31 2 37 6 0 37 1 47 21 2 34 3 33 7 2 5 3 1 22 3 35 4 14 8 3 11' 3 53 23 4 15 4 47 9 4 0 4 34 24 4 50 5 16 10 4 44 5 14 25 5 22 5 43 11 5 28 5 54 26 5 54 6 10 12 6 13 6 35 27 6 24 6 37 13 6 56 7 16 28 6 54 7 3 14 7 41 7 57 29' 7 28 7 31 15 8 27 8 37 30 8 2 31 8 38 8 2 8 36
When Convicted Attempte Suicide Perth, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
When Convicted Attempte Suicide1 Perth, Thursday Koco Bogetich, a Jugo-Slaviaw charged with a serious offence again1*!; a girl was found guilty and sentenced by the Chief Justice to two years im pii'soumen' with hard labour. When the sentence was conveyed io Bogeuc-h ihrpugh an interpn ter he liegen >o talk wildly ni his own tongue, then drawing a piece of string from hi-., pocket he endeavoured to strangle» himself, fie was quickly secured by a1 policeman and conveyed sobbing from the court.
Mystery Surrounds Missing Times Correspondent, Shanghai, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
Mystery Surrounds Missing Times Correspondent, Shanghai, Friday. . The British Consulate at Shanghai absolutely refuses to discloso the nature of the information given by a German woman doctor regarding the disappearance and alleged dea'h of Mr. Kiley, the London Times corres- pondent. The Consul-General, Sir Sidney Barton, has taken up the mat- ter and close enquiries uro proceeding. The ma'ter is already in the hands of the Foreign Office, It is unoliicially suggested thai the British authorities' do not wish to inform the press of the details un'il these are communicaied to Archbishop Riley, the father of the missing man, who resides at Perth. According to press reports the Town Council is arranging for un overdraft at the bank. Has Ffis Worship re- versed his former opinion, given a few months ago, when ha emphatic- ally announced -hat lie would not t li- era'e an uvenb.ift under any cm^id eration, or is it ihab an over I rift is neces-ary to pay the £100 a year for the May omi ...
Australian Wins World's Cycling Championship Melbourne, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
Australian Wins World's Cycling Championship Melbourne, F'iday Leaving Mt Gunbier, S. A. at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Hubert Opperm m, 'he Australasian cycling champion, cover. ed 416 miles in 24 hours, thereby breaking the world's u ípu'cd 24 hours Cycling record by W¡ miles. When the road conditions in England wlvre C. F. DiV'7 made bia record of 402¿ miles in 1923, a>e compard wnh thosn over wlileh O peí man rode, a fuller understanding of 'he giva' nes-f of Oppcrman's nd«' can ? e realised. By his «.-rear, ride Opperman has broken the World's reeord (amite'ir) of 409 miles by J E. Holdsworth, rhe world's uri paced record of Davey of 402i mile" and the Australasian record of 30G£ ...iles.
General Telegrams. Conference, for North-South Railway Suggested Canberra, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 7 October 1927
General Telegram*. Conference, for North-South Railway Suggested Canberra, Thursday When the debate on the Supply Bill was resumed in the House of Representatives, Mr Forde, (Qld ) stressed the need for a railway from a point in »he Northern Territory via Camooweal thr-&lt;ngh Wes ern Queens- land -md I hrïDO! fowl lo 13 uirke, NH \\ I, ij,- i, , li.nl l.ue.i I ml 14 )enis .ii^o, lie -a.il, Q leen.slaml would have s.nud 20 000,000 in stock Josses. He su'4i>esie(l ina» the Primo Minister should call a conference of the Premiers of N vS W and Queens- land and himself to consider a method of financing the line. It was a national ûndeitakiny; and would pro- vide a means of communic.ition from tthe Ten i tory io big nur ko ta and the ports of Australia. The Commo . wealth Government should bear the greater part of the coat.