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HENRY FRANCIS LYTE LUKE 24 13-35. (29) [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

HENRY FRANCIS LYTE LUKE 24 13-35. (29) Recently the Christian churches throughout the world remembered in prayer and praise the writing of that old favorite hymn 'Abide With Me.' The Rev. Mr. Phillips of th Baptist Church occupied the pulpit at Alice Springs that night and at the conclusion requested the congregation to sing the hymn in keeping with other churches. Rev. H. Griffiths deals more fully with its author and the cir cumstances under which it was written. *. First of all, it is common'know ledge that it was written on the evening of September 4, 1847, by the Rev. Henry Francis Lyte, in a small fishing village called Brix ham, in the county of Devon, Eng land. TheBe are the main cold facts which cover its composition yet behind the writing of this hymn 80 dear to us lies one of the sweetest stories in English literature. But let us begin at the begining. Henry Francis Lyte was born of English parents in a tiny Scot tish village called Ednam, and as a young boy moved to Irel...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

CRICKET The first cricket match which was a trial for the coming season j was played between a team from the Works and Housing and an R.S.S. & A. Club, on tho Anzac Oval. Scores were as follows : — Works and Housing 8.'? runs Nizan 19, G. Gloede 14, not out, and K. Gloede 10) defeate'd R.S.S. & A. Club, 54 runs (dub bins 12, Gedivine 21) by a margin of 29 runs. J. Anderson tooV fmir wickets for Works and Housing and Penhall four wickets and Cox three wickets for R.S.S. & A. Club. , Next Sunday's match will be played between R.S.S. & A. Club v. Town. On Saturday night at the Golfj Club House, a party will be given, by Mrs.. John Roberts and Miss( Marion Jvflgarlff to celebrate the i 21st birthday of a popular young lass around town, namely, Miss , Aileen Canny. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

TI-TREE CASH STORE ~' LILY HESE & CO. TITREE WELL 120 MILES NORTH OP ALICE SPRINGS MEALS ? ACCOMMODATION GENERAL STORE BOTTLE LICENCE SHELL AND VACUUM AGENTS TRUCK TYRES At Special Prices BRAND NEW 10.50— .18 10-ply TYRES ? £20 0 0 NEW TUBES to fit ..... .... ... ? 2 10 0 * NEW 10-50-18 WHEELS .;...;......... ;.I ;. 5 0 0 Good Used Tyres 10.50— 20 BAR TREAD TYRES (as new) ... ^17 10 0 Others in excellent condition £12 10 0 to £15 0 0 Sound Reliable Tubes to fit ? 2 10 0 10.50—20 TYRES _ TUBES _ WHEELS complete (Army 8-bolt hole type Wheels) £15, £17/10/0; £20 7.50—17 BAR TREAD TYRES (as new) ...., £10 0 0 others in 1 good order— £5 «L £7/10/ ID. S. McLEOD LTD. m puL™fr „_, ? AUEiLAIDISa TRAVELLERS! BETWEEN ALICE AND DARWIN ? CALL AT ? SCOTTS - - ELLIOTT ? j Red Cross Hut mi ? ? FOR ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS MEALS AT ALL HOURS Groceries — Cool Drinks _ Plume Petrol _ Mobiloil MOTOR REPAIRS etc I J. NELSON Wishes to extend greeting's to old and new friends, and to advise them that...

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THE ADMINISTRATION BULLETIN [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

THE ADMINISTRATION BULLETIN After this issue, the Adminis tration Bulletin will be discon tinued, but items of importance or. interest relating to the activities of the N.T. Administration will be made available for publication from time to time.

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DIGEST OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

DIGEST OF NEWS Over 80,000 people saw the favorite Columnist, 9/2, win the Caulfield Cup easily on Saturday. On Saturday came the news that a transport plane flying from North Africa to France carrying 43 persons crashed into the Med iterranean Sea near the Baliarie Islands. So far only two survivors . have been found. P' A Port Pirie rider, Arnie Ed ' ivards, won the Melbourne to Warrnambool 1C5 mile profession al cycling road race on Saturday. In Egypt people are dying at the rate of approximately 279 per day through cholera. From Paris comes the news that General de Gaulle leads the strongest party in France. This is the result of the Municipal elections held on Monday when his party gained over 40 per cent, of the 4,000,000 votes counted. Due to coal shortages, most of the States in Australia face a 'Black Christmas.' The news of the drastic reduc-. tion in the British Home Fleet to one cruiser and four destroyers has come as a great shock to' the United Kingdom. It has been ann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

NO HOME IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A Singer Sewing Machine BUY NOW WHILE SUPPLIES ARE AVAILABLE F. W. King & Co. Capitol Building' ALICE SPRINGS TUBES VULCANISED VALVES FITTED ONE - DAY SERVICE .?;?' AT . ,-ljg Northern Motors

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"MISS ALICE SPRINGS' CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

'MISS ALICE SPRINGS' CONTEST Progressive voting in the Miss Alice Springs contest is as fol lows : — Miss J. McRnc, 150; Miss U. White, 150.

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YOUTH FOUND SHOT [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

YOUTH FOUND SHOT On Tuesday night shots were heard near Mrs. Cheadle's board ing house, and on investigation a man, Spencer Donald Austin, 19, was found shot dead at the gate leading into Sturt Terrace from Mrs. Cheadle's house. An Ameri can automatic army type of rifle was found beside the body and it is believed by the police that he shot himself by leaning the rifte against a gate post and to his body and pulling the trigger. Two shota were fired, presumably tho first went through the body and as ho fell the gun went off of its. own accord, the second bullet went through his neck. He died in stantly. It is believed that Austin was a native of New South Wales, and he had only been in the town for about six weeks before his .death. He was buried on Wed ' Monday afternoon and an inquest will be held at a later date.

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DARWIN TOWN MANAGEMENT BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

DARWIN TOWN MANAGE MENT BOARD Ordinance No. 7 of 1947, the Darwin Town Management Ordin ance, was signed by the Governor General in Executive Council on the 17th September, 1947, and appeared in the Commonwealth Gazette No. 179 of the 18th Sep tentber, 1947. This Ordinance came into operation on the 1st October, 1947, notice of which date appeared in the Northern Territory of Australia Govern ment Gazette No. 40, 1st October, 1947. The Darwin Town Management Board consists of the chairman and three other members. The chairman is the officer who for the time being holds the office or per forms the duties of chief clerk (Administrative), Northern Ter ritory Administration Branch, De partment of the Interior, Darwin. This position is at present occu pied by Mr. E. A. Tambling. The other members of the Board are : (a) The officer for the time be ing holding the office or perform ing' the duties of Chief Surveyor, Northern Territory Administration Branch, Department of the Inter ior, Dar...

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REGULAR KILLING CENTRE PLANNED PLAN NEARS FRUITION [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

REGULAR KILLING CENTRE PLANNED £LAN NEARS FRUITION If the necessary freezing plant can be erected at an appropriate aerodrome, a full scale experiment for the air carriage of beef from the Kimberleys may be under taken during the next 'dry.' The North-West Development Committee appointed by the State Premier (Mr. McLarty) has been investigating all the details with a view to establishing a regular system for the air carriage of beef direct from the cattle station to the seaport. At the present time Aerodrome Inspector Barwise is engaged in moving., his mobile aerodrome equipment to the site which has been selected for an aerodrome. This will be south-east of Mount House, in a position most ? favor able for collecting cattle and hav ing good water supplies for hold ing stock. It is hoped to have the landing ground ready for use before Christinas, so that the lecessary materials can be llown^ in. *' J^B 'The further we go into th^^H economic side of' the proposition^^ the more we feel...

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COLUMNIST'S WIN SET THE BOOKIES BACK [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

COLUMNIST'S WIN SET THE BOOKIES BACK The majority of bookmakers are most unhappy after Columnist's win in the Caulfield Cup on Sat urday, as this horse is bracketted with pretty near every horse that has a chance in the Melbourne Cup for huge fortunes. Unless Columnist starts in- the Melbourne Cup himself and wins, they are likely to lose huge sums of money in doubles.

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MORE MONEY IN THE CUP MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

MORB MONEY IN THE CUP MARKET Hiraji, who ran second to Col umnist in the Caulfield Cup last Saturday, has been backed for an other £10,000 in the Melbourne Cup. VALCURL topweight for the Moonee Valley Gold Cup is selected to win this important race. VALCURL topweight for the Moonee Valley Gold Cup is selected to win this important race.

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PICNIC RACES AT FARINA Over £150 Raised For School Funds [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

PICNIC RACES AT FARINA Over VI 50 Raised For School Finds Despite hot and dusty condi tions, a large crowd attended the picnic races and gymkhana held at Farina to raise funds for the Farina and Maree public schools. The secretary of the combined school committees (Mr.* J. Atten borough) reported that as a re sult of the gymkhana and an ugly man competition, about £150 was raised. The ugly man contest was won by Mr. Thompson, of Maree, who raised £51. Mr. C. Downer, of Lyndhurst Station, 5who collected £22, was second. Mrs. D. George, of Maree, won the double — Marree sprint and Farina cup — with her hoTse Patch. Trophies won at the carnival were presented at a dance in the even ing. Results : — Mundowdna Plate (5 furlongs), Mrs. C. Downer's Luci fer, Mrs. G. Pater son '8 Rainbird. Marree sprint (5 furlongs), Mrs. D. George's Patch, M. Homes' Hood. Women's bracelet (6 fur longs), Mrs.' W. Bowman's Jean nette, A. Crombie's Fairy Days. Farina cup, Mrs. D. George's Patch, W. Bowman's P...

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SUPREME COURT, ALICE SPRINGS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

SUPREME COURT, ALICE SPRINGS Three natives, Robber, Jimmie and Billy, were charged with rob bery and receiving before Judge Wells on Thursday, October 16. The offence took place in Smith street, Darwin last May, when John Andrew MacDonald was robbed of a bottle of wine, some tobacco and 10/-. In summing up the Judge com mented on the apparent lack of proper control of the natives in Darwin. The natives were found guilty. Robber and Billy were sentenced to 12 months and Jimmie six months' hard labor. Mr. Flynn appeared for the Crown and Mr. Lyons for the de fendants. Nipper, a native from liorroloola was charged with manslaughter of a boy named Wellington in Echo Gorge in 1.942. Evidence brought by the Crown indicated an accidental killing, and Judge Wells found the boy not guilty. In attempting to stop a fight between T,ommy and Dick, Nipper threw a boomerang over their heads. The boomerang was de flected, in flight and hit Welling ton just above the knee of the left leg. He evident...

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COME TO THE FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

COME TO THE FAIR A fair will be held in the State school grounds today (Saturday) at 2.30 p.m. There will be a collection of pets, dolls, decorated prams, bikes, trikee, and cars, and school work will be on view. I There will be ice cream and cool 'drink stalls, home-made cakes, etc. Come along and help the school. More books are needed for the children's library, and your assist ance is solicited.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

For over 100 years our organisation has been at the service of the Pastoral Industry throughout the Commonwealth. This extensive marketing experience is at your disposal and a full service is available in all departments. Wool and Produce Brokers Fat and Store Stock Salesmen Stud Stock and Land Salesmen Shipping- and Airlines Agents General Merchants General Agents for Western Assurance Coy. Alice Springs /^^VTT'^YV t« w- Ganley ((/Vy)) .. Branch \\ ^^^ **\// Local Manager:

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TENNIS ASSOCIATION DANCE Visit of Tennant Creek Team [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

TENNIS ASSOCIATION DANCE Visit of Tennaht Cre«k Team A dance will be he*r in the C.W.A. Hall on Saturday, Novem ber 1, in honor of the coming visit of the tennis team from Tennant Creek. This is only one of the many efforts that will be made to ensure that the visitors are given a welcome equal to that which was bestowed on the Alice Springs' team when they visited Tennant Creek. The Tennant team is coming down here fully intent on winning all before them, and to show Alice Springs that they cannot win all the time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

TRY OUR CASUAL. SMALL AD. COLUMN _ IT GETS RESULTS To Lei, Wanted to Buy, For Sale, Lost, Found, Accommodation .Wanted, etc., 11 wordM 1/- or three insertions for 2/6 (prepaid), if booked, 6d. extra. BUY your Uoot Polish at the GIFTS of all sorts can be bought Cheapest Place in Alice Springs. nt the Gift Shop in Railway Ter €d. per tin at Don Ihomas. . e race, now under new management. BLACKSMITH'S Tools For LARGE quantity of Jute Matting Sale. Tongs, Swedges, Hammers, sell cheap; also lot of secondhand etc. Don Thomas. e Coconut Matting. Call on Don ? Thomas. e COUNTRY Girl 28 like pen friend ? Verna Box 7 P.O. Kew, Victoria, e LARGE Kange of Elastic Side ? — — — Shoes, also Buckle Boots. All CALL on Don Thomas and see all izes at Don Thomas'. e the Secondhand Furniture, ? robes, Chest of Drawers, Bedroom MOTOR SPRINGS, front and rear Sujtes, Tables, Chairs and Lounge complete, mostly Chev. car and Suites. e utility, all new. Also Main ? '? — ? ? ? — — ? Leaves. Don Thomas. e CHRIS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

f oodtJ&cGHie.Aenie t&[ Glare ? ^Eliminated By Wearing POLAROID SUN SHIELDS complete in Case .£1 pair. Post, and Reg. 1/-. AMERICAN AVIATION TYPE GLARE GLASSES com plete in Case £1/17/6. Post, and Reg-. 1/-. CLIP ON GLARE GLASSES, fits over your spectacles with Coollite Green Lenses, 27/C pair,. Dark, 35/-, Blue 37/6. All cased. RETURN MAIL SERVICE k OPTOMETRIST SNELSON ^ Katoomba, Blue Mts., N.S.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 25 October 1947

C Weeks' Old Cockerels, 9d. C Weeks' Old Cockerels, 9d. fi Weeks' Old Cockerels, 9d. F. B. C. HEENAN, Alice Springs etc tfOR YOUR NEXT PRINTING ORDER — TRY THIS OFFICE. FOR RELIABLE PLUMBING SEE FRANK JOHNSON TODD STR.. ALICE SPRINGS Printed and published by Gordon v ' Chapman at the 'Centralian Ad-* vocate'1 Office, Railway Torrace, ilice Springs.

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