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G.N. 142/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
G.N. 142/27 TENDERS are invited from ^Bat- chers resident in country districts, who are willing to supply beef, fresh or salted, for a period of twelve (12) months from 1st. July, 1927, to 30th. June, 1928 to Destitute persons who are in receipt of rations from the Government, and residing between Knuckey's Lagoon and Katherine. The successful tenderer or tender- ers shall) receive -written orders from Police Officers in various county districts and will be expected to supply and deliver beef in the quan- tities and of the description stated in such orders, and also at the time and pliace shown thereon. Bullocks hearts or livers will not be acceplcd as part of the supply of beef. Tenderers are to state in their ten- der whether they are prepared to supply only the district in which they reside or the whole of the area re quiiccl to be supplied. Should the Government at any time cease to supply destitute per- sons with beef, although the currency of such contract may not have ex- pir...
GN 131/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
GN 131/27 The attention of employers of Abo- riginal labour and others in the Pro- hibited Areas of Darwin and Parap, is directed to Sub-Section 4 of Sect- ion 11 of the Aboriginal Ordinance 1918-1925 and to the Regulations 14 and 17 of the Regulations under the Aboriginal Ordinance 1918-1925. Section 11 (4) :-Any person who without authority (proof whereof shall lie upon him) induces any Abo- riginal or half-caste to come within any Prohibited Area or suffers any Aboriginal or Half-caste to be on his premises in a Prohibited Area or conceals or harbours any Aboriginal or Half-casxe within a Prohibited Area shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance. Penalty : Not exceeding £100 cr im- prisonment with or without hard labour for any period not exceed- ing six months. Regulation 14 :-All Aboriginals employed within the Town Districts of Darwin and Parap shall be deemed to be domiciled within the Reserve known as the Aboriginal Compound, Darwin. Regulation 17 :-No Aboriginal ...
SOVIET REIGN OF TERROR REPRISALS FOR MURDER OF M. VOIKOFF REPLY TO FINLAND'S PROTEST London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
SOVIET REIGN OF TERROR REPRISALS FOR MURDER OF M. VOIKOFF REPLY TO FINLAND'S PROTEST ' London, Thursday. A message from Warshaw states that a reign of terror rontinues in Russia where special1 military mea- sures are being taken i gainst for- eigners leaving Mosgov. The population is oanic-stricken and a press censorship is m opera- tion. Even prhate te'e-r'jims are not' accepted. A message J'rom Moscow states that Chaliapin, the great Russian vocalist has been deprived of his Russian nationality by the Soviet on the ground that he aided Russian Refugees at Helsingfors. It is reported that Evengren, supposed to 'have been shot on June 10, in Moscow, was really executed some time ago after terrible torture bj the Cheka, the Soviet Secret Police, which culminated in his being taken to the prison mortuary »vhere he was chained to a corpse and left for five days. He lost his reason and was executed while insane. The Gov- ernment of Finland has sent a pro- test to Moscow against the exec...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
H. SNELL & COY Builders and Contractors Saw and Joinery ftfliSIs Large stocks of Timber, Joinery # Eailding tMp.ttnals all descriptions always on hand. Anything from a packing case to a ready cn l Home. Plans and estimates free. PHONE 48. BOX 74 DARWIN THE WORLDS BEST MAKES AT PALINGS ^ccordeons Drums Autoharps Flutes Band Instruments Flageolets Banjos Guitars Clarionets Mandolins Concertina Metronomes Cornets Mouth Organs- Xylophones And every known Musical Instrument' Ocarinas Orchestral & Jazz Effects Orchestral Bells Triangles Ukuleles Violins PALINGS, 86-88 Queen Street, Brisbane AMD AT TOOWOOMBA ROCKHAMPTON AND TOWNSVILLE MWimiAiHaflwaama 5SS22iELS?3535?_ US THIS SADDLE is absolute- ly one of the Best and Cheapest Saddles offered to the man on the land that will give solid wear. Practically now-never been used. Just as you see by illustration - mounted with ron, Colonial Leathe, and English (¿irtli. Only ¡£4 Completa BH^aasmiHHBSEZBSffiKRSBOaa&ga' Ltd. ...
THE CRUISE OF THE DINKUM AUSSIE London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
THE CRUISE OF THE DINKUM AUSSIE London, Thursday. In the Dinkum Aussie, a 12 ton, thirty three ft. sailing, cutter twoMul bourne men, Robert Kermode and Fred Cullinge, who are members of the St. Kudla Dinghie Club, set out from Bergen for Iceland, Greenland, Labrador , New York and Melbourne in a purely sporting venture.
TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
TOWN COUNCIL The ordinary meeting of the Dar- win Town Council was held on Tues- day last. Present a full! Council. On 'behalf of the Council the May- or welcomed the return of Cr Watts Cr Brown adding that the welcome should be placed on the minutes. The minutes of the previous meet- ing having .been received, Cr Mar- chant moved that a minute relating to the receipt' of a ,ljetter from a Mr W H Jones should be expunged He coul,d not understand how the Council or anybody el'se co,U|lid have received a letter wSth. a typewritten signature. Thd Mayor asked if that was Cr Marchant's reason for leaving the Councili without a quorum, to which Cr -Marchant replied that it was1, and he trusted, the ratepayers would ap- prove of it. To Cr Brown the Mayor said his showed the letter to the clerk when he received1 it, and that Cr Brown'b exception to it was d|ue to its refer- ence to him. Cr Brown replied that he did not think much of Ihose who received it. Cr Porter «t the meeting had expres...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
Dr. Haworth DENTIST Sets of teeth from £5/5/ Gold Crowns from £1/11/6 Gold Fillings from £1/1/ AmaJgam Fillings from 7/6 ^ Bridgework according to arrançe ment. ? Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can have them put in order at a charge to suit their pocket. More expensive work supplied to those who desire it. DrX 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- garding visits required should be made before 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 The Spirit of Australia. WHY pay high prices for imported Whisky when i>oocl Australian Whisky is cheaper. Old Court Whisky is not effected by ina eased daly. Old. Court Whisky is Hie pm es1 in the vvoild, hum ant euri bv the ommoiiM ealth Government to be 100 per cent. Ture Malt Whisky. It is distilled and bottled under dove muent supervision It is guaianteei! to be matured in wood for mor...
WIT AND WISDOM OF THE SAGES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
WIT AND WISDOM OF THE SAGES To speak of the ultimate destina- tion of the hon Members of this house is not in order-The Speaker The rage for cross-word puzzles is on« ef the modern signs that there is in us more mental ability than we know j^how to utilise.-Sir Arthur Keith. As a nation we are not very good in selling our goode; we depend too ex- clusively on quality.-Lloyd Ceorge Progressive legislation being admitted ly an uphill task, what appears to be needed is not a brake but an accler'ator not a second (Jbamber, but a second geai-Mr A Barratt Brown. For my part I hold that of all exer- cises of human faculty Literature and Art tread nearest to God and I think the more we can avail ourselves of their company in His service the better Prof. George Saintsbury. Under modern conditions thpre' is no necessary place for sculpture except on the mantelshelf or in the museum - Mr Eric Gill. The modern woman's cloijhing resembles barbed wire, it pro- tects the property without obstructi...
SEARCH FOR ASSASSIN CONTINUES Petersham Murder Shocks Community Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
SEARCH FOR ASSASSIN CONTIN- UES Petersham Murder Shocks Commun- ity Sydney, Friday The murder of Miss Martha 'Quin of Petershm on Friday has shocked the community,. The police are doing all they can to find the assassin. Some months ago a suburban book« maker who had suffered; heavy losses found himself financialfly embarassed. He sent a telegram to a woman stat- ing he had met a violent death. A funeral notice appeard in the papers the following day announcing his death. The funeral, however n°ver took place and friends of the man soon became aware that he was still living. He had fakedi his death in order to avoid meeting his liabilities. The police are searching, for this man, Norman Clyde Mcpherson, in connection with the tragedy. The de.ad! woman who was extremely pretty and! domesticated, went, through a form of marriage in i926 with a man who later was charged with (bigamy. He was bound) over to come up for sentence when called upon. Since his arrest the young woman had refus...
G.N. 134/27. TOTALIZATOR LICENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 17 June 1927
G.N. 134/27. TOTALIZATOR LICENCE BY virtue of the Lottery and Gam- ing Amendment Act 1888, The Gam- ing Further Suppression Act 1897 amd of Ordinance No. 16 of 1924 and subject to the provisions . thereof, these are therefore to licence Mr. J. CahiH being the Chairman of, and the other members of the committee or executive body of, the Racing Club called A.B.C. Amateur Race Club to use the Totalizator on the Race Course at Rankine River cn Thursday the Sixteenth, Friday ti.j Seventeenth and Saturday the Eight- eenth of June 1927. Given under my hand the second day of June 1927. A. V. STRETTON, Sergeant, for Commissioner of Pol&ce. Approved. R. H. WEDDELL, Government Resident.