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Acute Tension Prevails in Near East. Sofia, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Acote Tension Prevails in Near East. Sofia, Tuesday. The tension emsod ! v the milrnges on the Jugo-Bulgima.i .''lonttei is still acute, but lhere are strong hopes: of a peaceful settlement The body of Gen. Kovacevitch, after lying in staie, was conveyed through the city for burial. The city was draped in black and long queues of mourners followed the remains, which wore huiiod amid scenes which finally developed into a gigantic demonstration again«t Bul- garia.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS : ~i f ) ^ -0 STUDY LOCAL INDUSTRY and send your orders for WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS J. J. PARER CLUB AND TERMINUS HOTELS DARWIN We pay Special Attention to country orders and for which we can quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD & LODGING from £2 5s. Prompt Delivery. All the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Address : PARER, Darwin. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only beat brands of wines a.u spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA Proprietress Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent boarders Breakfast from R.30 a m to 9 a m Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p m. Dinner, 5 to 8 p m You get satisfaction when you dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim at giving satisfaction, and our cook is a most sklful artist chef. GEE FONG if Proprietor Shing Lep & Go TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge ments, Local postcards. Films or plates developed and printed for amate¡u,rs. All work executed by return post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe. P O Box 77. IM...

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Death of George Laurie. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Death of George Laurie. George Laurie, who died at Darwin Hospital on Saturday last, was buried on Sunday afternoon. He was 59 years of age, a native of Castlemaine,   Victoria, and came to the Northern Territory in the early mining days. Deceased was a well known and popu- lar prospector and had been living at Boomleera. He was one of the Laurie brothers of Tanami. His death comes as a shock to his many friends. Darwin is evidently gettioq more 'eil from Morrell in Adtliide. He spent a month hore and yet he doe-n't appear to be capable of anything bu« mouthing perversions of' fie t.ru;h which were given publicity m >nths ago. We do not mind criticism which results from observations. If »rue, it miy be annoyin?, but it is helpful. Had Mr, Morrell known tàafc Judge Beeby wr in realiiy holding an Arbi- tra1 iou Court during hi* visit he could h «ve obtained a few facts, some of which hive since been pub'ished There is no'bing to b> gained by tell- ing lies, or repea...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Christ Church. PINE GREEK, «unday, Oct lu IO a in, Holy Communion 8 p ni Menii'iii-il Set vice (U E Schunke) I ¡1nft « «I DON iHNFKIA Star The 14 sj/ y t¿ ill Paine Gazette -Buck in Call of the Wilds. Comedy-TWa pa^ts Ne.v Creakfa^t Food (Capiial) T # H"l M fe a pi* O Al H 11 I k foh .UtSD'iV MIGHti & to.tr -j "t fri

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A Quiet Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

A Quiet Wedding A quiet wedding took place on Fri- day ni<iht before the Regis'rar when Mis Lena Scott Ciauston was married to Mr Andrew Ray. Mrs G Chai don of Fiorina S'a1 ion, was Matron of Houor. The happy couple left tor their home at M arran boy .Ins morning amid cordial wishes fiom some ol 'hair iaany friends,

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Edie Greek Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Edie Greek Goldfield. That the Edie Creek in New Gui- nea will become the richest goldfield since the .discovery of Coolgardie was a prophecy made by Mr. T. Travers Black, in an address to members of the Legacy Club. Mr. Black, who is a mining engineer, has returned to Sydney after having spent eleven months in New Guinea. Some of the prospectors, he said, had discovered al Edie Gre: k IikI.e which contained undreamt of riches, and as much' as 320 oz. of gold to the ton had been obtaiued by miners.

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Polish Political Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Polish Political Crisis. Warsaw: The stcrm brewing be- tween Government and Parliament was reflected by an uproarious si'ting of an extraordinary session of 'he Diet, which passed a résolu1 ion calling for relaxation of the Press restrictions and lodging an interpellation regard- ing Zagorski, whilo o'hjr i'ltorfolJ" tious are moo ed, includm^ one ex- pressing non-confidence in the Cabi- net The latter stole a march on the legislature to-day by abruptly an- nouncing the adjournment of Parlia- ment for a month

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CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

CALENDAR FOÍ! OCTOBER ?Ion Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 l8 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 First Quarter 4th; Full Moon 11th; Last Quarter 18th; New Moon 26th.

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Those Wood Thieves (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Those Wood Thieves (To »h« Editor) \ Sir,- Some readers of your paper will no doubt remember «bal 1 put a no»e in the paper about «onie low and undesirable citizens be'p.ntf them- selves to some of my short pawn and split firewood Well the culprit-, still continues, or another may have taken up the running as per usual, and my threats still hold good, also of course, we know Jim did not take because he said so, and I also know it was'n it taken by Larry, therefore ii must have been taken by Torr, Dick or Marry BILL Sir,- Mr Parer's advice to the Ad- visory Council, which appealed in a recent issue of your paper, is undoubt- edly sound, but. if ho .will permit me to fay so, it is uo' sufficient. It reminds one of the fable aboui the mice who held a me»ting for the purpose of putting a bell on the cat. The deplorable state of the rolling stock is well known to those who are employed in connexion with it . and those who have to frequently depend on it. Sufficient credit has never been ...

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TIDES FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

TIDES FOR OCTOBER Morn. Aft Morn. Aft 1 8 23 8 32 16 9 14 9 111 2 8 58 9 6 17 lu 11 10 25 3 9 40 9 50 l8 11 34 li &, 4 10 40 11 2 19 1 12 5 0 10 20 1 SI 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 .0 4 44 5 14 25 5 22 5 43 .1 5 28 5 54 26 5 54 6 10 .2 6 13 6 35 27 Ü 24 6 C7 3 6 56 7 16 28 6 54 7 3 .4 7 41 7 57 29 7 28 7 31 .5 8 27 8 37 30 8 2 8 2 31 8 38 8 36

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

HEADACHE The First Symptom of Every Form of Disease, Headaches are but symptoms of other ailments to which they are merely sympathetic, such as Indi- gestion, Biliousness, Constipation, or some other irregularity of the system. Headache is an everyday occurrence with many people, and in its visi- tations is no respecter of persons, rich and poor, man, woman or child, under all climatic conditions-and knows neither age nor colour. Many women habitually suffer from head- aches, which make life a daily purgatory. There are ma'ny everyday causes of headache depending ou digestion. One very fertile source is over-eating, partly caused by changes in the blood, but partly also by the nervous influence transmitted from the out- raged digestive organs. Abuse of food produces a headache much in the same way as excessive indulgence in alcohol. To overcome headaches, it is abso- lutely necessary to get at. tlie cause. Drugs which act on the heart and reduce the pulsations only have a temporary ...

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Lang Passed Out. N.S.W. Wakes Up at Last, Sydney, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Lang Passed Out. N.S.W. Wakes Up at Last, Sydney, Monday N.S.W State Elections were held on Saturday. The defeat of the Lang Ministry was certain when counting ceased at 2 30 on Sunday morning. The state of parties isas follows Nationalists 36, Cou ti try Party 16, Labo' 36, Independent Labour 2. The position therefore is Government 39, Opposition 47, doubtful 4. The strength in Hie last parliament was-Government 47, Opposition 43, Notable features about the election were the return ol' T. D Mutch for Botan}' and Dr Evatt for Balmain. These two broke away from tho Labor Party and contested their seals as independent laborites The defeat of Miss Preston Stanley, the selected Nationalist candidate for Bondi, by Jacques, an unendorsed Nationalist, was not unexpected Skelton, who was returned at-last election as a Protestant labor candi- date was defeated The success at Croydon of V> S B Stevens is hailed with delight by the Nationalists. Stevens was Under Secretary at the Tin us...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

N. A. FOOTBALL LEAGUE ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY OCTOBER 13th VICTORIA HOTEL, AT 8 p.m. ELECTION OF OFFICERS, etc

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Randwick Races. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Randwick Races. Sydney, Saturday, Canonbury Stakes-Ridgemount, Gun Clu»»? Adrians Maid 7.2 - "Waverley Handicap.-Amusement, ßeedes, Fordatt 8 1 Chester Handicap.-Whitta, Pen- man, Enedon L0.1 Dowling Steeplechase.-Pentegiam, Mendit, Mintuue 5 1 >*???? Randwick Plate.-Pantheon, Lim- erick, Bacchus 7 4 Clibborn Stakes.-Sacedon, Merry, mint, Paimedon 20.1 Final Handicap,-Wedding Live, Love Box, Bravado 7.2

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES s.s. MARELLA From Souihern Torts Consignees are hereby notified tha. a1! cargo ex s.s. Marella will be de- livered by the vessel at the Railwa/ Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility end.4 when the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tackle and delivery so far as the ship is concerned will be deemed to have Leen taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must be pro ducod and surrendered at the office of the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob- tained, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised unless lodged WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date of the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., AGENTS. FRANCIS L MARDEN M A g Laie Chief Medical Officer H. M. ¡ »iospital Ship "R" '1 r./iv CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Consultations-9-12 a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m: J Expectant mother are offered the 1 j boon of painless childbirth. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL PUGLfC MOT5CE Any party or nartics found tresspassinc; sh...

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TERRIBLE MASSACRE AT SOLOMON ISLANDS Australian Warship Speeding to the Scene [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

TERRIBLE MASSACRE AT SOLOMON ISLANDS Australian Warship Speeding to the Scene The H. M. A. S. Adelaide left Sydney on Monday night for the Solomon islands owing to an up- rising among the natives on Malaita Island following a terrible massacre. The cruiser is expected to reach Tulagi (the seat of government) on Friday morning. The Prime Minister Mr Bruce, anounced that a request for the dispatch oï the cruiser was made by the British government at the instance oí the oí the High Com- missioner of the Western Pacific   (Sir Eyre Hutson) whose headquar- ters are at Fiji. A mesage received from Fiji on Friday said that a trader had arrived at Tulagi in the Government steamer Auki and re-   ported that the District Commission- er, (R. W. Bell), a cadet named Lilies, 15 native police and the crew   of a vessel had been murdered by bush natives at Sinarigo on the north east coast of Malaita Island. The sole survivors were the boatswain of the Auki an...

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Darwin to Sydney in Round the World Cycle Run. London, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Darwin to Sydney in Round the World Cycle Run. Loudon, Tue.-day Two Englishmen, Glanfield and Flight S< rgoant Sparkes, intend to cross A astral ia during their «'tempt to enciicle the world ¡u 120 days with mo'or cycles and side cars. They intend to ride to Bimbny, the ice l.ikv a steamer io Penang, ride «u S.r,->a pore, take steamer to Batavia, ride to ¡Sourabaya and cross the sea to Par win, for their rklu to Syd:,ey.

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France and Russia. Terms of the Suggested Pact. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Francs cud Russia. Terms ci the Suggested Pact. Moscow : The projected Franco Russian pac provides : 1. Mutual non-nit et terence ; 2. Both ban organisations working against the other; 3 Neutrality if one is at war ; 4. Conflicts to go 'o the Arui'ration Court ; 5 France to recognise the Soviet Russian frontiers,; 6. Mutual abstinence front boycott movtmen s; 7, A trade pact. Dennison's Crepe Pape. Üook tells you how to make baskets, trays, dresses, hals, and many other pretty things. See them at A.'ams r.nd Foster's the cheapest house ia town.

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FATALITY AT KATHERINE Man Cut in Two Katherine Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

FATALITY AT KATHERINE Man Cut in Two Katherine Tuesday Andrew McCullough, ganger at the Ballast Pit, was fatally injured at 7.15 this morning at 10 Mile. Deceased slipped between the engine and a water waggon and the whole of the train which was heavily loaded with railway material, passed over him. The body was cut in half and was terribly mutilated. The burial took   place this afternoon. In all eras and all climes a woman of great genius or beauty has done what she choose.-Ouida. The egotism of woman is always for two. -Mme. DeStael. Women is seldom merciful te the man who is timid.-Edward Bulwer Lytton. There is a woman at the beginning of all great things.-Lamertine, A woman's counsel brought us first to woe. -Dryden. A woman's tongue is her sword; that she never lets rust.-Madame Necker.

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Basil Riley Murdered by Chinese Troops. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 October 1927

Basil Riley Murdered by Chinese Troops. London, Monday. The little hope which still lingered that F. Basil Riley, son of the Angli- can Bishop of Perth, W.A., might still be alive, is now dispelled by the German woman, who reported that Riley had been murdered by Chinese troops. She has supplied full details of the crime to Sir Sidney Barton, the British Consul-General._

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