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CRICKET Palmerston v Diggers and Wanderers Combined [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
CRICKET -o Palmerston v Diggers and Wanderers Combined The above match played on Sat urday last resulted in a victory for Palmerston by nine wickets. The combined team batted first and com piled 150, Brown top scoring with 30. Palmerston made 171 for the loss of one wicket, Leak 102 not out and Lampe 51 not out. Diggers and Wanderers Young b Olsen 23 Loftes b Olsen 19 Doig c Osen b Leak 20 Pott c and b Leak 0 Brown c Tootill b Olsen ., 30 Watt b Leak 3 Morris b Leak 3 Matthews b Gow 1 Parer b Olsen 26 Caird not out 11 Cornish c and b Olsen 1 Sundries 13 Gow 1/30, Tootill 0/36, Olsen 5/43, Leak 4/28. Palmerston Leak not out 102 Tootill b Loftes 7 Lampe not out 51 Sundries 10 No Ball ' 1 1 wicket for 171 Doig 0/36, Loftes 1/39, Pott 0/25, Caird 0/26, Morris 0/35. Next Saturday two Association teams selected by Messrs Parer and Braham will compete. The teams will be published in Friday's paper.
MOTOR CARS—AMERICAN VERSUS BRITISH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
RÏOTOR CARS-AMERICAN VERSUS BRITISH The decision of Parliament last week to increase the duty on foreign cars should cause British manufact urers to consider some of the alleg- ed causes of Britain's loss of trade in Australia. Sir Frank Nelson, M. P., one of the Parliamentary Delegates to Australia said in a recent addiess that "after two or three journeys out to the sheep country, he r' turn ed to Melbourne and had several in teresting conversations with business men ; an important conversation re- lated to the motor industry, and he wished to relate a plain unvarnished tale with regard to the fact that wherever they went he seldom, if ever, came across an English motor- car . He found that the car was near- ly always American. He asked the Australian Association of British Manufacturers to get out a range of figuies ' that would illustrate this point. He found from tiiese that in 1910 the United Kingdom exported to Australia £346,000 worth of motor cars, while America exported on...
COMMUNISTS IN CHINA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
COHIMUNBSTS EN CEiSWA -o Extreme measures are being tak- en against the Communists at Shan g hai ; secret orders have been issued for the arrest of Communists who are hiding in the foreign settlements and lists have been prepared which divide them into five categories. These lists have been handsel to the Chief of the Police Bureau. According to a telegram, alieged to have been received from Shanghai by tiie Hankow native press, the Com munists party in that city have re cently puichased a large quantity of arms and ammunition besides a quant ity of large swords and other weap ons, and they are preparing to make trouble as soon as the opportunity presents itself. fe' There is scarcely a single &lt;-'anse in which a woman is nof* engaged in sonic way fomenting the suit.-Juvenal. /
Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
Shipping Passengers by m.s. Malabar, for southern ports :-Mr oncl M ra II Reid, Mr and Mrs Hoi i tape and 'wo childion Mrs M eil I wari lb. Airs (J V Dudley, Mrs C Gordon, Mr and MrsLHA Giles, and three children, Miss tí F Lang, Mrs T T Webb and &lt;wo children Mr and Mrr J Parer, J R Roder, (J Sheedy, Dr W L Wai in r, A G ni n-, G H jenuings, A E L'eel, W Cairns, N Droojinin, Mrs M Siwizynaki and child B .'Carley, E Lloyd, J OWIhm, C S Palmer, Ah Quan, J Theodote, G Theodore and son, A Haratsis, A Sr'opeli'is, J Cbristoiis, J P Minklis, Chin Hing, Chin Sue Hun, H Chris ton, A Kiirapntis, Mrs and Mns'er McCullough, V Stoepi«, Chin Loy Fong, Dack Foo, A Lodi", T Pulios, SPiUios, T Plias, J Ps.ro, .1 and'Al Hennessey, F W lii.inb'e, J Aogi rait, J Nicol, C Ltocco, G Severin, N Pichickulis
LEAGUE OF NATIONS COUNCIL CONCLUDES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
LEAGUE'gf'NATIONS COUNCIL The Council of the League has concluded its business session and most oi the delegates have gone home. The Council of the League fixed December 5, as the date of the next meeting and adjourned nil tuen further consideration of the a., pu te between the (areeis government and tiie vulüan snipyaras with regard to the cruiser ¿Saiamis 01 wiiicn tne Greek Government leiused to UiKe delivery after the war. Tiie origma! contract price of the cruiser was jail, OUU;UOU. Greece paid £4oU;0UU m in staiinents out ciaims tiiat tile con tract is void as Germany pronUuted the exporting of war material. M. üdatci energetically intei vt-'ied ?in the discussion m favour oi r r'err ing the dispute tu the iJ.a0ue ¡"ourc and deprecated a nasty decision now winch tne council might regret later.
GENERAL TELEGRAMS No Allegations Against Anzac Troops. Canberra, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
GENERAL TELEGRAMS No Allegations Against Anzac Troops; Canberra, Monday. Serious statement? have been made at, Canberra and elsewhere with re- ference to the draft of part of the British Official War History dealing with the Gallipoli campaign. It, is alleged that toe draft coot »in ed severe reflections on the conduct of the Australian troops during the landing. Cabling from London, Brig..General C. F. Aspinall says there is no truth in the Melbourne r«port that serious allegations against the discipline and training of Australian troops ara made in the British official history of the Dardanelles campaign. Gen, Aspinall is employed under the Com- mittee of Imperial Defence and is responsible for the History. Tbe draft copy sent to the Australian Gov. he said, contained no phrases alleging the Anzacs were rabble or «nything equivalent to that,
ECONOMY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
ECONOMY What's up with Economies in our Darwin Council now ? T'was just a year ago one heard the a bark, "An overdraft ! why borrow ? To this I will not bow." How changed the tune when pinky shoots the dart. Merino sheep; they follow when the leader breaks away, Disaster on the cliii's they cannot shift. The nightmare slumbers silently ' awhile We vote him fifty extra "One and all," The mayor wakes up and says "I like your style". Spectator ' ADAMS & FCS'fëiï, Newsagents «fe Stationer-!. Cavenagh Street. Dux win, receive new records every month,
KATHERINE RACES First Day [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
KATHERINE RACES -o First Day Trial Handicap.-G Stevens, Spot 1, D Cronin's, Black Douglas 2, Divi dencl 17s. Flying Handicap.-T Butler's, Vimory" 1, G Stevens Cremorne 2, Dividend 16s. Handicap Hack Race,-D Cronin's Dinky Di 1st, G Cookes, Satan 2nd. Dividend £1/2/0. Katherine River Cup. -J Sinn son and L Bryants, Jogalong 1st, T Buller's Vimory 2nd, C J Cashman's Adroit 3rd. Dividend £2/3/0. Handicap Hacks.-D Cronin's, Dinky Di 1; G Cooke's Satan 2. Jivi dend £1/2/0. Ladies Bracelet.-D Cronins ' Black Douglas 1st. The only other starter was Vimory. Vimory won easily but was disqualified having lost a lead bag in the straight. Divi dend £1/1/0. Forced Handicap.--J Simpson and L Biyants Jogalong 1st, G Stevens Spot 2nd. Dividend 12s. Second Day Maiden Hacks.-J Hores, Nobel 1st, G Stevens, Silver 2nd. Dividend £2/5/0. Flying Handicap.-C Bridges, Des paten 1st, D Cronin's Black Douglas 2nd. Dividend 13s. Novelty Handicap.-G Stevens 1st J Hores, Nobel 2nd. Diudend £i 4/0 Railway Handica...
ACCUSED ON BAIL IN MURDER CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
ACCUSED ON BASL IN MURDER CHARGE Florence May Masters, (24), bar maid apeared at the Centrai Police Court charged with having on Oc tober 8th, murdered Edw.x/d An thony Waldboer a boxer, known as Lilly Chambers. The police prose cutor said the police did not object to bail. It was alleged, he added, that Waldhoer had cruelly illtreated defendant who in sheer desperation had used a revolver. The Magistrate remarked that it was unusual to grant bail in murder charges bat he allowed it at £200.
Powers Concerned at Near East Trouble. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
Powers Concerned at Near East Trouble. London, Monday. Following the shoo inir of a -Ingo Slav Gtneral on the Bulgarian fron- tier, the situation between Bulgaria and Jago Siuvia is exceedingly critical and the Groat Powers . uro manifes'ing concern in the matter. The Cabinet instructed us represen, ta ivo ¡:t Rofi i to demand from Bul ííari.i enertn tie action again »t the M icetlonian nmnler clubs "mi to mtim nu tbit i t'huions would be broken off if no s itisfaction wau a fiord ei I. In the m-aiMine fr.jr-h cities uro reponed by b u.ls el C.-mitiij &lt;j who allacked &lt; be írtiuüor . yi 11.i ge cf Klis.su t a. '¡''.vent) buiiibs were thrown at ihe dist'mo ]Luiim>, Police S.¡i.í)eti »rid 'be Vom t -lnced 'I he nieiuli 's if ilf .Ju,,,o H,&lt;iuaii L-piLiou »i ¡lie Kulga-un e-ieral haM' te. ci vi (I Li*«* i' ¡«ifi.-pn. ¡-' mid a. e roany for d. |... r&lt; n ?&lt; , l>:i! h.i.-. li pi ii at ¡Soli i ¡ na s.i' i-f cti,. \ a-.- w. n . ¡-l...
British State Secretary Arrives Perth, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
British State Secretary Arrives T'ctb, Tucsd »y At Albany on Monday for the fo'rU time, the British Seerotaiy of Stato landed in Australia dm ini> i he cur- rency of his portfolio, when Col.' Amery disembarked fiom the Holt liner Ulysses He was met by the Commonwealth and Sta'e representa- tives. Mrs C Gordon of Victoria Hotel, one of the Nor-beni Territoiy's most popular hostesses, was a. passenger by the Mu I a liar to Brisbme. Affer a period of something li ki nine years without a holiday a weil earned rest and complete change of envi ron meut was needed, She will bo re tuning by the December boot. -o Jack: My id on.! of a wife is one who can inn ko good bread. .loan : My ideal of a, husband iso.io who can raUo the dough in the boar of knead. We rr? offi^i-iPy infot nip'l Hint fin Mnrelln'is exnec'od to arrive «*nrly to- morrow mo-ni tig Be not dismayi d ye wa bu g throats tint pu re h, Aid si>""dp!h on with succ inr lor the blesV Watch where the fountains fall a glorious a...
Railway Employes' Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
Railway Employes' Picnic Tbe eleventh annual Ballway Em. ployes' Picnic waa beld at Adelaide River on Sunday last, Owing to the late arrival of tbe Malabar quite a number of Lbose who had beon looking forward to this annual picnic were prevented from going. There was, however, quite a good attendance, a large number of people coming in from Pine dreek and the Katherine.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
RIR R. H. BOWMAN j 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 tie ordinance will' be prosecuted withou' respect to persons. G. STEVENS. FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. Sawn and split jl ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MacLnrhlan St. Wood Depot. PUSLÏC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting bin'alo 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, 3927._ NOTICE PERSONS deposiúng rubbish on any properties ^wned by Yet Loong &lt; re warned Ibu le°al jvo cedings will be taken against oí orders. Notice is also ¿iven ila, the lane between the D.uwm (J.ifc and tbe Chinese S....
Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
Police Court Before V L Lampe, Esq. S.M., on Monday, Maudie and Topsy, two abo- riginal natives, were charged with being unlawfully drunk on Oct. i>tb at Lameroo Bbach. Through the Pro- tector of Aboriginals defendants pleaded guilty. There were no previ- ous convictions. In recording con- viction, His Worship warned both defendants that if they got drunk agaiu it would probably mean im prisonment at Fannie Bay. Don, an aboriginal native was char- ged with being unlawfully on a pro hibited area, (Lameroo Beach) not having permission of the Protector of Aboriginals. Sgr. Stretton said defendant was' the arch-culprit connected with the two previous defendants. His record was rai her unenviable. Convictions for bein3 drunk in the Aboriginal reserve were recorded against him in September and July. Defendant was fined £5 nud costs 10/-, in default; two months with hard labour.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
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Native Riots In Batavia & Sumatra. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
Native Riots in Batavia A Sumatra. A correspondent from Batavia writes that seven natives were hanged last month for murders committed during the revolt in 1926. About twenty others aro to be hanged in Sumatra. Such action is unusual for the Dutch Colonies. The first two upon whom the death sentence was passed appealed to the Governor General and their sentences were re- duced to jail for life. The local press strongly coudemued this action, point- ing out that it would only lead to further trouble, and sure enough it did Since then rumors have been current th it the Governor-General will not in future interfere with the decisions of the Court, This is hav- ing a good effect upon the native«. The natives were hanged where the murders were committed. Things have now quietened down although trouble was anticipated. The authori- ties are on the alert and are now well prepared for any possible trouble.
"Buck." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927
Buck. » Don Pictures present for Tuesday's screening the six part feature entitled " The Call of the Wild " from the famous dog story by Jack London, With Jack Uulhall, Walter Lons?, Laura Roessing, Sydney D. Albrook, Butler, and Buck. Every lover of dogs and nature will respond to the tremendous outdoor appeal of " The Call of the Wild." The pieturizvtion of Jack London's famous novel which is at the Djn Cinema to-night. Com- edy two parts entitled " A new Break- fast Food." Capital production. Book at Adams and Foster's for re- serves,