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HATZISTATOGLOU v IDIOCTITIS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

HATZISTATOGLOU v IDIOCTITIS In the Local Court this morning before V.L. Lampe ¿Esq, S.M. the above case was continued with John Scott as interpreter for defendant. Mr Foster requested the inter- preter to ask defendant if his car- penter used any of plaintiff's tim- ber in connection with building the house. The interpreter said that de- fendant replied the timber used was from the other sawmill, cypress pine, £8 worth, new timber; 14; 11 and 9 ft. wood. As to whether he had told his daughter yesterday that the Chinese carpenter had used some of plaintiff's. timber, defendant re- plied the timber was there before he got the block and was.still there. The Chinaman Chin Que had not used any of the iron boxes, but something else. Defendant had never sold any timber from the block. A verdict was found for plaintiff in the sum of £5 and costs including the interpreter's fee.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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TRIAL BY JURY (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

TRIAL BY JURY (To the Editor) Sir,-I notice in your valuable paper that there is a cry for the re- instatement of trial by jury in jOar win. It is interesting to note the source from which it emanates. Let one's mind revert back to the time when trial by jury was abolished in Darwin. I say the same element is here to-day, and if trial by jury was restored, Court proceedings against evildoers would be reduced to a farce It is well known that a certain class of individual will not convict, no mat- ter how clear the evidence is. One can remember some very glaring in- stances of the miscarriage of justice before steps were taken for its re- moval. We are going along very well under the present system, too well in fact to suit some of those of whom one well remembers their actions in th past. G. BUTTLE

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(Advertisement) ADVISORY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

(Advertisement) ADVISORY COUNCIL To the electors of North Australia DEVELOP THE MB NES and North Australia will quickly be- come a prosperous State. VOTE FOR PEARCE the battling practical miner, who, off his own bai, and without the aid of capital has developed a mine "which will find employment for a hundred men at high rates for the next hundred years. "-Extract from English expert's opinion. VOTE FOR PEARCE who has been through the mill as a struggling inland pioneer, and who will use eveiy. endeavour to encour- age the primary produce)'-mineral; pastoral and agricultural-because his sympathies are naturally with the inlanders. VOTE FffR PEARCE who Imows; better than most men; the requirements . of long suil'enng pioneers of the bush. A pi r,s perons Mine is better for Business Men than a new railway, be- cause it is "e^manent and pulls other industries in its wake. VOTE FOR PEARCE whose successful career as a miner is likely to induce capital in opening up other mines. REKSOZBER...

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N. A. FOOTBALL LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

N. A. FOOTBALL LEAGUE At the annual meeting of the League on Thursday last the accounts for the past year were submitted and passed for payment. Nominat- ions were called for officers for the ensuing year and the meeting ad- journed till Thursday next, October 21st, when the election of officers will be made.

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AMERICA TO AUSTRALIA FLIGHT PLANS ALTERED San Francisco, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

AMfRBCA TO AUSTRALIA BLIGHT PLANS ALTERED San Francisco, Monday Capt. II. Kingsfokl Smith has announced that his plans for the Aus- tralian liight have been changed and jjie will not leave for Honolulu until .?November 3. He wants to have the maximum amount of mo^niight for the journey.

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GRUESOME FIND IN RIVER GLYDE London Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

GRUESOME FIND IN RIVER GLYDE London Monday The dismembered body of a woman has been found in the River Clyde at Glasgow. A parcel on the river bank was found wrapped in knotted bedsheet. On opening the sheet out the parcel was discovered to be a woman's head, the.lower parts of her legs, one thigh and the left arm, minus the ring finger. There was no clothing or other clue to indentify the dismembered body The police dragged the river and the rest of the body was subsequently found in smaller parcels, including the ring finger from which the ring had been removed.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

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CORRESPONDENCE MISSING FRIENDS (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

CORRESPONDENCE MISSING FRIENDS (To the Editor) Dear Sir,-Under the heading of Missing Friends, a refined young lady advertises inyour paper that she de- sires introduction to a tall refined man of good appearance over 30. Now, Sir, I can tell you that my friends have got quite interested over that advertisement. I suspect that all of them are writing to that young lady to know how she wants to be introduced, because they would like to meet her if she is what she says she is. But is she ? Didn't she learn at college that all tall refined men of good appearance over 30 in the Northern Territory are either set- tled down happily to married life or there's some darned good reason why. In many cases the reason why is a young lady of smart appearance who is waiting for them or has re- fused to wait for them. There isn't enough girls to go round in the Northern Territory, so my advice to this particular young lady is that she had better come to Darwin. If she can come anywhere near the sta...

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DARWIN POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

DARWIN POLICE COURT Before V. L. Lampe Esq, S.M. on, Monday last, Paddy Brumby, an aboriginal was charged with being in a prohibited area without permission of the Protector of Aboriginals. Sgt. Stretton asked for an adjournment owing to defendant being infected with venereal disease. Adjournment till 18th November was granted. Paddy Noonah, charged with being on a prohibited area pleaded guilty There was a previous conviction against him, that of being in possess- ion of articles used for smoking opium. Sgt. Stretton said defendant was not in employment--in fact, would not     work. He appeared to find it more convenient to live on his lubra rather than undertake labor himself. De- fendant was fined £10, costs 10/-, in default two months imprisonment with hard labour.

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LOGAL COURT Limited Jurisdiction [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

LOGAL COURT Limited Jurisdiction Before V. L. Lampe Esq, S.M., on Monday last George Theodore Hatzistatoglou sued Constantitis Id ioctitis for payment of the sum of £5 being second hand timber alleged to have been sold to defendant. Mr Foster appeared for the plaintiff and Mr Barratt for defendant. Mr Foster said the second hand timber was sold at the time of pur- chase by defendant of a block of land for £50. The timber was delivered on to the block. Mr E. A. Manolios acted as agent for plaintiff in the sale of the land and the timber to defendant. Mr Barratt, for defendant, said he objected to Mr Foster's bringing in the question of the land transaction. Plaintiff had left the country and Mr Manolios claimed to be his agent in the matter of the alleged sale of tim- ber to defendant, but was unable to show that he was authorised to act as agent. Frank Cook, called as a witness, said he put on a lorry 3 or 4 loads of second hand timber about February or March, which he understood wa...

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NEW ALBANIAN MINISTER ASSASSINATED Prague Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

NEW ALBANIAN MINISTER ASSASSINATED Prague Monday The new Albanian Minister to Czcchc-Slovakia. (M. Ceta Beg) was assassinated while ctining in a cafe, by a Bulgar student. The assassin, who is a lad of l8 years, say? be shot the Ambassador because he favoK'd the harding over of Alb i.:un to Jugo-Slavia.

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ENGLAND TO AUSTRALIA FLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

EftQLAN® TO AUSTRALIA On Fi'day last W. N. Lancaster left England to fly in the fight aero- plane "The Red Rose" to Australia. He is rccoiT'fanicd by Mrs Miller the wife of an Australian journalist.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

Darwin Debtor : People worry you to death to pay, more especially when they know that you have nothing to pay with. JOB PRINTING of all kinds exe cuted tastefully and satisfactorily at the N. T. Times Office.,

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

CRICKET The final match of the season, be- tween two teams chosen by Messrs Parer and Braham resulted in a drawn game. Doig's team scoring 209 and Olsen's team 135 for the loss of five wickets. Doig's Team Loftes b Gow 23 Tootill b Leak 2 Lamp c Ewart b Olsen 20 Doig c and b Ewart 34 Watt b Gow 17 Morris b Gow 9 Caird c Gow b Parer 21 Morey not out 45 Matthws b Parer 0 Thomas b Parer 10 Robins b Gow 9 Sundries 19 209 Olsen 1/41, Leak 1/70, Gow 4/33, Ewart 1/31, Parer 3/19. Olsen's Team Olsen c Morey b Loftes 33 Parer c Watt b Doig 1 Giles c Watt b Loftes l8 Young not out 40 Leak b Loftes 0 Gow b Lampe 13 Brown not out l8 Sundries 10 5 wickets for 135 Doig 1/36, Tootill 0/22, Loftes 3/39, Lampe 1 for 20, Caird 0 for 6.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

DON CINEMA AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE STAR Douglas McLean IN THE SUNSET TRAIL COMEDY RUNNING WILD Mermaid % TUESDAY NIGHT HEENZO IS A MONEY SAVINS GOUGH MIXTURE By adding sweetened water to a 2s bottle of concentrated HEENZO you will have a family supply equal to eight ordinary sized bottles of the best medicine money can buy for the treatment of coughs, colds, croup bronchitis and influenza. Heenzo is delightful to the palate, docs not contain any drugs or poisons, and is equally good for young and old. HEENZO should be used in every home. The Origin of Most Illnesses. Constipation is like stuffing up the Bewers of the city, and keeping all the filth in them till they arc filled with poison and corruption, breeding disease and pestilence. When the bowels are clogged, the waste matter decays and ferments, and enters the blood, and is carried to all parts of the body, producing Headaches, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, and various other ailments, disturbing the heart and nervous system, and if conti...

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DON CINEMA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

DON CINEMA Picture show patrons are well ad- vised to book early for first night's showing of The Ten Commandments on Saturday next. Box plan is now open at Adams & Foster's. -o The Mission lugger McBride leaves port for Millingimbi Mission Station tomorrow morning. We understand that this vessel is shortly to be equipped with a Vickers-Petters engine. Owing to the election taking place on Saturday next, the Methodist Mission Sunday school picnic has been postponed, and will now be held .on Saturday, October 29. At a meeting of the committee held on Monday last it was decided to have a Diggers Re-union on Armistice Night. Preliminary ar- rangements were also made for the usual Christmas Tree for the children and the Diggers New Years' Dance.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

BONJEAN AMENORRHOEA PILLS Relieve all Female Weak- nesses Price 5/- and 10/- per box. Catalogue of Toilet Requisites Posted Free to Any Address SOLE AGENT. R J POULTON CONSULTING CHEMIST 119 Bourke St-Melbourne DARWSK BA&GAGE ANO CARftiEU SERVSGE. BOATS AND TRAINS MET ON AR- RIVAL. GOODS TRANSPORTED TO ANY PART OF TOWN. HARRY FARRAR SMITH STREET (Opp. Victoria Hotel) TELEPHONE 66 NEW LAUNDRY KWONG LEE Proprietor Hext d«or to Terminus Sote! Caven- agh Street, Darwii. All work turned out in iirst chits style and saisfaction guaranteed, A Trial SoEicited MISS FRANCESCA BLEESER SMITH STREET, DARWIN. Imported Handworked Goods Em- broidered Linen, Bridge Sets, Tray Cloths, Ponge Silk Goods, Grass Lawn, Silk Stockings, Chinese Shoes, Handkerchiefs. Agent for all sporting goods. Ten- nis racquets and balls supplied at southern prices. Á limited number of day and evening frocks always on hand. Country orders receive special at- tention. AGENCY Limited STOCK, STATEN, AND GENERAL COMMI...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS 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 Delirery. AU the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Address : PARER, Darwin. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only bebt brands oC wines ant' spirits stocked, MRS O'SHEA Proprietress Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent, boaixlers Breakfast from (1,30 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 FONO MM Proprietor Siting Lep & Go TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge ments, Local postcards. Films or plates developed and printed foi' amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cale. P O Box 77. Gee Fong Mi...

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METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ,r ANNIVERSARY The children of the Methodist Sun- day School held their, anniversary service on Sunday evening last. The church was well-filled with parents and friends, and the children went through their programme with a care and precision that reflected great credit on their teachers. Service began by the ' singing of the hymn "All things bright and beautiful," after which Mr Webb offered up prayer. Then the children sang "Brightly gleams our banner," and then Miss Gracie Litchfield (4£ years old, and the smallest perform- er there,) recited "I am Jesus' little lamb," in a very clear sweet voice. Miss Betty Litchfield then sang "I know a beautiful story," and Mr Webb read a portion of the eighth chapter of Matthew. Master Victor Cooper recited, "What are my hands for ?" and Miss Lily Holmes sang, "The tiny quiet voice," with the rest of the children aiding her in the chorus. Te Juniors then sang, "Jesus loves me," and Miss Irene Hawke recited "The little a...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927

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