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MARRANBOY MINING COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
MARRANBOY MINING COMPANY At a meeting of the Board held on 16th -September 1927, Mr Pearce having arrived from Marranboy, was able to be present and furnished the following information : Briefly, he stated:-You will, I know; be glad to have my opinion of your Mine, as owing to my having owned it for many years, thre is no one better qualified to give you a correct estimate value of your prop erty. The Mine; as it stands today; has ore bodies exposed that will; on a conservative estimate; average 2\ per cent for Tin per ton of ore tak ing the whole of the material in bulk and not leaving any mullock and will keep your 20 head Milling Plant go ing full time 3 shifts for the next 10 years apart from ore that will be proved as development proceeds. The face at present is being work ed over a. width of 20 feet and neither the hanging wall or foot wall has yet been reached and from the present bottom to the surface is 68 feet with values considerably im proving with depth. The face can be...
GN 259/27 EMPLOYMENT OF ABORIGINALS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
GN 259/27 EMPlOYftZENr OF ABORIGINALS It is hereby notified for public in- formation that from this date on- wards all persons desirous of ob- taining- permits to employ aboriginals within the Town of .Darwin must make application to the undersigned Persons who are under agreement for the employment of Aboriginals are reminded that the payment of Aboriginal Trust monies for the quarter ended 30th September, 1927, is now due and should be paid forth- with . Dated at Darwin this Sixth day of October, 1927. E. W. ROGERS Protector of Aboriginals
GN 246/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Agricultural Lands available for Leasing in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
GN 246/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Agricultural Lands nvailati'e toi Leasing in terms of the Crown L;mds Ordinance 1924-1927 ' APPLICATIONS for Käses of the under-mentio ied lands as Cultivât* ion Farms will be rece1 ved at the Lands Department Darwin or the De- partment of xíonio ¿nd Territorios Canberra, Federal Capital Terri- tory, on or before the 31st De- cember 1927. The land available is situated in the Darwin and Gulf District as ?et out in the Schedule hereu 'dur. Cultivation Var«íjs are granted as 'eaies in perpetuity. All applications shall be accompan- ied by lease and registration fee of thirty shillings. If the land is not allotted it shall remain open to application at the rentals and conditions set out in the Schedule until such time as notification of its with- drawal shall be made both in the Commonwealth, and North Australia Gazettes. . -o Schedule of Conditions under which the lands will be leased 1 RENT-No rent will beooajubb for the first period of the lease which conti...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
Dr. Haworth DENTIST KATHERINE Brldgework according to arrançe ntatt Having been a«ked to algo under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can have them pat In order at a charge to suit their pocket. More expensive work ?applied to tooee who desire it. WILL VISIT DARWIN MONTHLY Drl Leighton Jones HOURS AT HOME 8 to 9 a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8 to9a.ni., 7 to 8 p.m. Whenever possible notification re- garding visits required should be|tnadc before 10 A.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 DARWIN CAFE. COOL, CLEAN AND CONFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Service and Well-Cooked Food. MEALS AT ALL ilOURS FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarder* 30/-; 21 Mea) Ticket. 55/-; Single Meals 1/9. Wittel Son PHONE 59; Carriers and Contractors Boats and Trains Met 5 and 7 Seater Cars for Hire Repairs. A Specialty Split and Sawn Wood A Trial will Convince 'Call and inspect our Large stock of Spares Mid accessories. We can supply you with Brookway and Chevrolet Trucks B...
Juvenile Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
Juvenile Tennis dub. k very enjoyable afternoon was spent at the Methodist Tennis Court on Tue^diy, the occasion being the presentation of prizes won by the members of the Club during the past season. Among the.visitors p'osent were His Honor the Government Resident (Colonel Weddell), Ruv. Father Henschke and Rev. W. H. Davies. Mr. R. C, M. Dale, who pre¿ided7 explained that the Club was organised by Mrs. Bleeser, who «peut a good deal of time coaching the young play ers He called upon His Tlonor the Government Resident to present the prizes. Colonel Weddell, in presenting tho prizes congiaiulated the winners &lt;">]d spoke in encouraging terms of the losers. They could not ¡ill bo winneir, bot he hoped to see some of the losors succeed a^ winners next year. Dr. H. L. Jones in proposing a vo.e of thanks to the Government Re-orient for presenting the pnV.es, referred to the i-phmdid »vork > v Mr.-'. Bleeser in organising the Club and coaching tho members. Some of Mrs. B...
POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
POLICE COURT Before V L Lampe, Esq., S.M. on Thursday, Jim Bell was charged -with heiug unlawfully drunk at the Darwin jetty on Wednesday, and pleaded guilty. Sgt, Stretton said complaint was received of defendant's conduct. He was under the influence of liquor, a nuisance to those at work discharg nig cargo from the Marella, and in danger of being killed, Defendant was removed from the ship and arres- ted on the wharf. A previous convic- tion was recorded against him in September last. Defendant was fined ¿21 and costs, in default 7 days with hard lubour. A fun her charg« of resisting a con stable in the execution of hi.s duty was also made against Jim Bell, Sgt. Stretton said the resistance in this case was not very serious-the police expected a certain amount. The pre- sent charge was ninda in view of defendant having been previously convicted of assaulting a police con- stable-Constablo McNamaru. De- fendant pleaded guilty and was fined M2, Court fees 10/- police costs 5/-, in d...
G.N 269/27 TENDERS FOR FIREWOOD. PINE CREEK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
fcfcvafo..rth..« G.N 269/27 TENDERS FOR FIREWOOD. PINE CREEK HOSPITA!,. TENDERS are called for the supply of twelve (12) cords of long wood, to be ' delivered at the Pine Creek Hospital, cut in 6 ft. lengths. The wood is not to be more than six (6) inches, or less than two (2) inches in diameter, and may be Stringy bark, Redgum, Woolybutt or other good burning wood; but soft or sappy woods will not be accepted. Hollow logs with a pipe of over two inches must be split into two (2) pieces. Delivery is to be made at the rate of net less than six (6) cords per month, the first six (6) cords to be delivered within one (i) month after the notification of the acceptance of the tender. The wood is to be delivered and stacked at the Pine Creek Hospital in the place and manner as directed by the Officer-in-charge of the Police Station at Pine Creek. Tenderers are to state in their tenders the price per cord of one hundred and twenty eight (128) cubic feet. Tenders are to be superscribed " Ten...
GN. 270.27 APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 14 October 1927
G.N. 270.27 APPOINTMENT. BY virtue of the provisions of Or- dinance No. 1 of 1911 and tbe North- ern Australia Act 1926, I, Robert Hunter Weddell, Government Resi- &nbsp; &nbsp; dent of North Australia, do, in the name of the Governor-General, hereby appoint CLIFFORD CHARLES GREEN of Darwin, North Australia, to be a Justice of the Peace for North Aus- tralia. Dated at Darwin this 13th day of October, 1927. R. H. WEDDELL, &nbsp; Government Resident.
RECTOR DENOUNCES BISHOP FOR TEACHING DARWINISM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927
RECTOR DENOUNCES BISHOP FOR TEACHING DARWINISM A large congregation at St Paul's Cathedral, while waiting to hear the sermon by Dr E. W. Barnes, (Bish- op of Birmingham), on " The creat- ion of man," were staggered when the Rev G. R. Bullock-Webster, (Rector of St. Michael's, Paternos- ter Row), fully robed and accompan- ied by a number of young men, de- manded that the Bishop forthwith be deposed. Addressing the congre- gation he denounced as "False and heretical" the teachings of Dr Barnes concrning Darwinism. The Rev. Bullock-Webster and his followers then marched out and the Bishop of Birmingham calmly preached.
NORTH-SOUTH RAILWAY NEGOTIATIONS Canberra Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927
NORTH-SOUTH RAI LWAY NEGOTIATIONS Canberra Monday Members of the Federal Parlia- ment antagonistic to the continuat- ion 'of the North-South Railway are openly exultant, owing to the belief that a fatal hitch has occurred in the negotiations between the Common- wealth and South Australian Govern- ments. Some outstanding points in connection with the ratification by the South Australia remaining to be cleared up were mentioned by Mr Hill at the beginning of his second reading speech. It had been stated that since then the matter had tak- en on a more serious aspect and the present South Australian Govern- ment were not prepared to go on as far as their predecessor.
BOMBING SEAPLANE OVER SYDNEY Sydney, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927
BOMBING SEAPLANE OVER SYDNEY Sydney, Tuesday In a lecture to members of the German Club, A. Stein said he was attached to the staff of the raider "Wolf" which in May 1917 was cruis- ing off the New South Wales coast He was given instructions to fly a seaplane over Sydney and take bombs to use if necessary. He flew over the city at an altitude of 2.000 fee* earty in the morning to determine the r.trenp-th of the fleet in the har- bor hvt aid not use the bombs. Stem who is now Chief Officer of the North German Lloyd steame- Main, said he always had a high regard f"r the people of Sydney, where he liv- ed prior to the war, and now %v:is more thai"; glad he had noi; bombed them.
DALY RIVER TEN FIND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927
DALY RIVER TEN FIND The Government Geologist who recently inspected the new tin find at Daly River, reports that the find is of no importance. The body of ore is only l8 inches wide. It is only a fossickers show, not at all likely to warrant installation of necessary machinery for treatment. Samples of ore brought to Brock's Creek are estimated to go about 6 per cent, but such small bodies would need to be rich for even a fos- sicker to pay his way at it.
ROMA OILFIELD REPORT Brisbane, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927
ROMA OILFIELD REPORT Brisbane, Monday Encouraging indications of the success in search for oil in commerc- ial quantities at Roma have been re- ported to the Queensland Minister i or ¿lines (Mr Jones) by the Gov- ernment Oil Geologist. On Saturday morning Mr Ball telephoned to Mr Jones, stating that from 7.30 a.m. until 7.35 a.m., 50 gallons of clean white oil came continuously through the discharge pipe and was put in a tank.. After that the dark oily emul- sion previously reported came again and the discharge was then cut off with valves.