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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
METHODIST MISSBON Sunday School Anniversary Sunday October 16th Special singing by children Distribution of Prizes Address by Rev. T. T. Webb Everyone Welcome Any person or persons who have been or are still spreading untruth- ful news regarding me should take warning otherwise I will take legal proceedings. T. M. BRISTON DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL Applications addressed to the un- dersigned are invited up to noon on Saturday 15th instant for the posit- ion of Overseer of Concrete drainage and road making work. The position will be for about 5 weeks. Applicants to state qualifications and wages required per day. F. O'LEARY Town Clerk Town Hall. Darwin, Septmher 14th 1927. FOR SALE Tangye Oil F ruine; 3V h.p.; in ;ood order; dirt cheap at J:15 cash TIMES OFFICE DON PICTURES GAZETTE STAR Anita Stewart IN TÎC reOMERANG KSGf-TPOWER Mermaid -o
AUSTRALIA FOR THE SMALL MEN. THE POWER OF THE PIGMY (From our London Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
AUSTRALIA FOR THE SMALL MEN. THE POWER OF THE PIGMY (From our London Correspondent) It would be difficult to overestimate the service to Australia rendered by Mr. J.S. Garden and those associated with him in their deputation to the Commonwealth Attorney-General on August 11. Newspaper reports aro somewhat obscure. Private mess ages arc illuminating. Mr. Garden's declaration meaus that tho small men, like, and with, himself, who have foisted themselves on Australia would impose theil will upon the greatpst of all countries in order that, in man-power and wealth she should starve. Mr. Garden's declaration is accepted at its true raine, and is of the utmost importance. The Melbourne correspondent of "The Times" expresses the opinion that "Mr. Gai den's views cannot be said to represent the average outlook of the rank and file of trade unions for whom he claimed to speak." We should like to beliere that the correspondent of "The Times" had solid grounds for that assumption. We belioTe h...
Railway from Bourke, N.S.W, to N.T. Canberra, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
Railway from Bourke, N.S.W , to N.T. Canberra, Fiiday In the House of llepiesontatives the debate was resumed on the motion '.that it is essential for the proper development of Northern Australia that, a railway be constructed from Bourke, New South Wales, through Central Queensland towards Cloncurry and thence across the Barkly Table binds to a point on the North South Railway in* the Not thean Territory," An amendment bad been moved by Mr Gregory to omit all the words after "Constructed" up to and inclusive of the words "Northern Territory", and to insert instead, "Broome or Dor loy, starting in an easterly direction up to its junction wi'h the North South Railway ab or about Newcastle Waters thence south of oi't to Camooweal." Mr Nelson stated that the line would save thousands of stock in time-, of drought. There was a tremendous g'owt'i of herbage ou tho Baikly Tablelands during the tripled rainy season which could hu taken advan- tage of hy stock from New South Wales and Queen...
CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 2 3 4 5 '6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 3 4 15 '16 17 l8 19 20 2\ «>.> 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 First Quarter 4th; Full Moon 11th; Last Quarter 18th; New Moon 26th. A boat will probaMy leave for Daly River about October 21-the last for the year. -o Manejo fruit is for ?n\e> at (ho gardens at 9s per six doz. ca^e. , -o Tenders are warned t'or hie wood for Pine Greek Hospital. . New J P. -Mr C, C. Gieen, of the Taxatiou Pepartment. It is \v der^tood that she question of how best io encornare the produc- tion ol' British and Austialian filais in the Common wealth is at last claim- ing seiious atiention. In Victoria it is already the rule that at each per- formance at least 2000 feet of British manufactmed film must be shown, hut the other States have not yet followed suit in the matter of protective legis- lation, As much as 93 per cent of Australia's film requirements is sup- plied by the Uni'ed Stales, and this means that the Commonwealth is America's b...
SELLING LIQUOR TO ABOS Heavy Fine [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
SELLING LIQUOR TO ABOS Heavy Fine At the Police Court, to-day, before Mr Lampe, S. M., Peter Morazas, a Greek, was charged with selling liquor to aboriginals. He was fined £75 or six months jail with £2/2/6 costs. GAOL FOR ABSCONDING DEBTOR William ^Richmond, arrested on Thursday afternoon on board s.s. Marella, was charged at the Police Court with being an absconding debt- or and escorted to Fanny Bay Gaol. BRITISH CARS IN AUSTRALIA The alleged cause of Britain's loss of the motor car trade in Australia has met with a reply from Mr Guy Poston, Joint Managing Director of The British Commercial News As sociation who claims that no useful purpose is saved by quoting compar ative figures of British and Ameri can exports to Australia before the War. It is futile, he says, to dis cuss the failings of the motor indus try fifteen years. ago. Criticism could only serve a good purpose if it influences the present policy of the industry. The quoted figures, snow that before the war the United...
DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL The v adjourned ordinary meeting was held on Thursday last. Correspondence Copies of notices issued to owners of lots that same must be cleared of weeds and rubbish by November 20th or Council would carry out work and recover cost Letters- to Saunders and Sty art Perth; re order sent not receievd by them for 50 poles and confirming order. To Commonwealth Railways De partment that Council had no inten tion of running ice making and cold storage plant nor could it give any guarantee of amount of current re quired for same or other power pur poses. Could only guarantee 5;000 units as advised. To Wild Life Preservation Society of Australia that through represent ation of Council chaining of Aborigin al women suffering from venereal disease had now been abolished. They were now under guard in day time and locked in their quarters at night time. To Post and Telegraphs; Adelaide; pointing out that installation of public telephone at Darwin jetty was a public necessity a...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
CRICKET The final match of the season will take place on Saturday (to-morrow), when two Association teams will meet. The teams selected are-Doig, Lot- tes, Lampe, Tootill, Gow, Thomas, Watt, Morris, Caird, Weddc-ll and Matthews, versus Olsen, Leak, McMil- lan, Young, Willington," Muyes, Red- fern, Brown, Parer, Giles, Robins. Emergency - Morey, Any player selected who is unable to play is re- quested to notify either Messrs. Doig or Olsen immediately.
Mining Notes. A New Find of Ti[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
ii«\a*ii »m mt Mining A New Find of Tin. A new find of tin is reported ak a spot about four miles north east oí the Daly River crossing to Fletcher's Gully. The prospectors are Messrs. Noel Hall and W. Croft. The find is in Gossan country. About a dozen goldmining leases have been applied for in the McDouall Ranges a few miles south west of Tennant's Creek. Good alluvial gold was found there on top of a steep hill, and some rich specimens have been taken from a quartz reef in the same locality. Operations ara held up for want of water, the nearest supply being at Tennants Creek, about five miles away, and the miners are waiting for rain. The class of gold there reseuu bles that found at Bulfinch, W.A..
The Amatour [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
The fatfiîi? Pea fifer. A ucutleii tvi I min !¡)0)mc (\V A) with a hnv.M-sack mi l.ii ;.' o birrs. Ci)iiip'(:te]y uiidres.sed. w¡;s seen up te his arm pi I s in i.liu R:>'ci' Swilly, ni>av Oldtowti bridye, Leite'kenny Thinkinir that he intended commit ins suicide, a youth rushed to the police barracks The guards at once went to the scene and pulled the niau out of the water . He was taken to the barracks, whe:e he was found to be under the influence of drink His explanation ol' the affair was that he was lot king for pearls Trespassers on the ci tt'e qrarantine reserve near the sanitaiy depot will be prosecuted.
Darwin Town Council [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
Darwin Town GgüogíI The ordinary "ic-mval muring was held on Wcdnesdny ¡¡ist, (Jr Brown having buen elected to thu chair in the absence of tho Miyni, it uns decided to adjourn (lie meeting. Cr Marchant .-aid »hut ;is the business in huit! w.k uno of special importunée i' w&lt;m .ibsoiuío'y nccos-'ary to hilve ii fui! C luncil. it whs .irran^ed to hold i !>e adjourn^! mee'iii!,' on Thnr.-day if the Mayor c&lt; nid bo spared from hi" privao duties, otherwise a meeting would bo held on Friday.
Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
Shipping Passenger list by s s. Marella to Darwin:-Mrs J C Lovegiove and 2 children, C C Green, M A Maegoun, W Rogers, A S Ivempthoine F Taylor 1 Taylor, Miss F Sherrin, K E Good ale, M L Atkins, A Coutts, E J Mar tin, Mrs N Fisher, Miss E J Fisher, Mrs K S Ford ay and child, Mrs J Cook, Miss Emily Hatton, J Mutchos J Raidos, Mrs J Waidup, T J Bealr. F H Sand, P Rini, W H Doss, H W McGown, Mrs li liargwanna, Mrs K Wilkinson, G Wülakor, Mrs B Nit tis child and infant, K Afino, O ßudgen, J McManus, D Devaney, .' Riche, J Smith, M Pi vi i io, li Baker. S Shirs hofi", P Jorgenson, J Azz-irpaidi. J O'Öhea, L Campbell. J Wih-on, J Lang, L Whittaker. A 'lank?, J ,Ta*w, N Nikkoli, Mr and Mis J Lecumho, L Wells, W Elliott, U Coiltns. So Hong, Mrs A hie and child, Miss Lee Miss A Miller.
TIDES FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
TIDES FOR OCTOBER Morn. Aft -\j "? Morn. Aft 1 8 23 8 32 16 9 14 9 21 2 8 58 9 6 17 10 11 10 25 3 9 40 9 50 l8 11 34 11 &o 4 10 40 11 Z 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 .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 6 24 6 37 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
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
The U J9 ining Boot is what you need A minei's boot has got to be something good to -\\itshtand such lough treatment as dampness, acids and chemicals The "Mundic" is as sturdy as iron and as comfortable as he sollest kid. Iron-shod heels and tips, steel bra«ls to give you grip 8&W Yet, notwithstanding all this the "Mundic'' is light to the feet and makes the hardest grait easier for you Look 'for Mundie brand or. blue soles Ask your storedeepei to show you a pair. If he cannot itc to tiie Davey Halliday Co., I iniited, for information as wheicthey are obtainable in your district. Wl tow * w li iLJ © Soüo El>1arsiaf£aclurors Brisbane Queensland ADAMS & FOSTER CHEER UP ÛL& MMà fl \ ~^-f ^ ~ * -s ^V &lt;" tai v ^/y gk, i.^^t C>Xà ¿Sí-* :r> A JAZZ RECORD WILL CURE ST!! ADAMS & FOSTER ADAMS & FOSTER Stock REXONQLAS and they get NEW ffiAGKSKES and FRESH RECORDS by EVERY STEAMER see the LATEST PORTABLE THE REXQPORT Or>iLY £4/10/0 ...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
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GN 224/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Northern Australia Act ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
GN 224/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The fâortherii Australia Act ADVISORY GÜUNGftLS ELECTION REtiULAÏfiUftS Tue following persons have been dury nominated as candidates for tue election ox two members ol' the Ad- visory Council tor North Australia to serve irom and aiter the date of tut notiiication of their election. GRAUÏ,-Alfred Richard, Marran boy, miner. HARDEN, Francis Leonard, Dar- win, physician. PEARCE; William Thomas; Mar ranooy; miner. WATTS, Douglas Crombie, Dar- win, Agent. IO UNG, Walter John, Katherine, motor proprietor. ' A poll will, accordingly be taken ii-} accordance with law. The poll for the Darwin Subdivi- sion will be taken on Saturday the 22nd day of October 1927 at the Town Hall, Darwin, and the State. School House, Parap, being the poll- ing places appointed for the Terri- tory and prescribed for the Sub- division of Darwin. The poll will open at eight o'ciock in the morning and will not close until all electors present -in the Polling Booth at eight o'clo...