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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927
IHR R. H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN NOTICE. I the undersigned herewith notify the public in general that all per- sons found 'driving or interfering with stock on the Pastoral leases No 2139 & 1928 known as Esmeralda without authority from me or with- out giving notice according to t.ie ordinance wills be prosecuted withou! respect to persons. G. STEVENS. FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. Sawn and split x ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALI.WRÏGHT, MacLachlan St. Wood Depot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting bunalo or interfering with stock on Humpty Doo station without permission will be prosecuted irrespective of person or persons P. E. HOLMES Darwin, N. T. 19th August, 1927._ _ _ NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties owned by Yet Loong ure warned thai le^al proceedings will be taken against offenders. Notice is also given that the In ne between the Darwin Cafe and the Chinese Sohool lead...
MURDER [?]YSTERY— THREE BROTHERS ARRESTED Sydney Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927
BÎUR^F.R r;lYr.'rEKY-TÊ-îfcEE BK0TîîER?5 ARRESTÉIS1 - o Sydney Monday Ir confection with tho minder of R. L. leslie, the well known pnsíor alist. who Y'-i«-* fnivrl r,h( t in hir; n&lt;>v thi?"r v.*.-c. a prij^t'inT development cn T'ir ' t-r^o',r i'!--7-'- \vi-t -,-¡ ?)'-.". "-'", v -* who had been to tfio Blue Moun^r-s visit pd a rroipn in Pofo Er- -' . - they arrested ihr-1-j I-ti^-v. r«..!.- A William'1 rTi""-"". iiipwjorj: Wil-ian* ' .' *' HiepT. r-p-'W' r.T-ri Bruce Double bay Hip-;,?, single. here ?" Tenant: "Fmith? Smith? I nover heard of the name."
THE DOUGLAS MAWSON (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 18 October 1927
THE DOUGLAS MAWSON (To the Editor) Sir, —Just to keep in the Govern- ment's mind and also that of the public, the loss of the s.s. Douglas Mawson in the Gulf of Carpentaria on the east side, the wreckage being found on the west side. Some people will say, how could wreckage be found on the west side of the Gulf when the strong wind blew from the west. Do they not know that cyclonic weather or wind travels in a circle or semi-circle, therefore it would be from the west or westerly on one side of the Gulf and easterly on the other. However, this is not what I want proved. I, with many others, would like to see or hear it proved that the supposed captured women were not and are not there now. Others will say, they never were there, or if they were, they are long since dead. But the fact still remains (in my mind) that nothing has been proved, either for or against these assertions I have had over 40 years experience among abos. both east and west of Darwin for hundreds of miles, and th...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
Dr. Haworth DENTIST KATHERINE , Bridgework according to arrange- 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. WILL VISIT DARWIN MONTHLY Dr.H. 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 visita required should bejinade before 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 DARW1NÛÂFL COOL, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Service and Well-Cooked Food. MEALS AT ALL ilOURS FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarders 30/-; 21 Mea? Tickets 35/-; Single Meals 1/9. PHONE 59. Carriers and Contractors Boats aud 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. Weean * up ¡ply you with Brookway and Chevrolet Trucks Buick...
"Ten Commandments." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
" Ten Commandments.'' Cecil P. Da Mille's wonderful pic- ture is a picture too big for words and without a doubt the greatest picture the world has ever seen. The s'ory : The prolo^uo tells of the story of the children of Israel from tho timo of their oppression m the land of Pha roah to the timp of Moses receiving the tablets of stone on Mt, Sinai. We then fade into the modern »tory of a moiherund two sons. One a scoffer at the ßi'-Ie ard religion gene- rally, and the o'h-r serious and believing. A young girl i&lt;? given a home but is driven from the house with the scoffer, Dan, because of the narrowness and the bigotry of the mother. The years pass by and Dan is successful and married to Mary, But his success is through bribery and false dealing. He is also false to his wife. A church h« is building crumbles from the weak mixouie of concrete, killing his mother, who h,.s been inside looking, it over. The papers denounce him and he is forced to find money. In his fieuzy ho...
Pat Arrives from Victoria River [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
Pat Arrives from Victoria River The auxiliary ketch "Pat" arrived in Darwin on Wednesday morning from Victoria River with Constable Fitzer in charge of seven aboriginal prisoners convicted of being unlawfully in possession of meat and whiskey, the latter reported as having been stolen from the Victoria Rivtr Depot store. Three other aboriginals wera also brought in for medical examina tion.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
comfort in a tandara" 74's! J hey keep their shape until the end Northern Territory men will find in them moic comfort than they expect and longer wear than is usual. Fino soit leather, fitted with ela&tic sides, desigi ed for hard conditions. Ask )oustoickecpei for the " Standaid" 74. Ifj^ou cannot piocure, write to the Da"\ ey Halliday Co , Limited, for name of your local retailer. ADAMS & FOSTER CHEER UP OLD MAN / Ol -»-« .sir^"' î?r A JAZZ RECORD WILL CURE IT!! ADAMS & FOSTER ADAiVaS & FOSTER Stock REXONOLAS and they get NEW MACHINES and FRESH RECORDS by EVERY STEAMER see the LATEST PORTABLE THE REXOPORT ONLY £4/10/0 ONLY THE REXONOLA IS THE BEST MACHINE ON THE MARKET TO-DAY Sweet in Tone AND LOW IN PRICE ALL MACHINES and RECORDS at SOUTHERN PRICES
GN 277/27 NOTICE BOTANIC GARDENS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
GN 277/27 NOTICE BOTANIC GARDENS It is hereby notified for general information that from to-day's dat^ the Main entrance gate into the Botanic Gardens at a point near the Cocoanut Avenue will be closed each day at 6.30 p.m. In the event of special necessity permission for entrance after the usual hour of closing must be obtained from the undesigned. Darwin, 19th October, 1927. C. E. F. ALLEN Curator, Botanic Garden.«
GN 276/27 APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
GN 276/27 APPOINTMENT Under the provisions of Ordin- ance No. 7 of 1927, the Honorable the Minister of State for Home and Territories has appointed Thomas John Worgan to be Acting Director of Mines and Acting Chief Warden such appoint- ments to take effect on the 11th October, 1927. Dated at Darwin this 17th day of October 1927. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident
GN 216/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT Testamentary Causes Jurisdiction [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
GN 216/27 m THE SUPREME COURT -o Testa nie eîî :-ir y Causes Jurisdiction: in the matter of the estate of the WILLIAM GEORGE WELDON, late of Pine Hill Station, Central Aus- tralia . Vv horcas 1, the Public Trustee of the Territory of Central Australia have been duly authoiised to ad- minister the abovementioned es- v tate, notice is hereby given pursuant to the 22nd section of the Trustee Act 1893 that ah creditors, bene- ficiaries and other persons having c;aims against the above estate are requiied to send in, in wiiting, to me at my office, Alice Springs, full particulars and proof of such claim on or before the 30ih c?ay of November 1221 or in default theieof I will proceed to distribute the said estate or such parts thereof as may have come to my hands amongst the persons re spectvely entitled thereto having re- gard only to the claims of which I then have notice and. that I, the said Public Trustee, will not be , liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any ...
Will Navy Defend Bank Against Chinese Demands? Chefoo, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
Will Navy Defend Bank Against Chinese Demands? Chefoo, Thursday The Chinese authorities have curried out their thtear and seized 60,000 dollars of the Salt Tax funds, which was security for the foreign loan* and deposited in native banks. They are demanding the surrender of the funds held by the Hong Kong and ¡Shanghai Bunk. It is not yet decided wIme steps the British authorities will take to safeguard the bank, but it is expected that a navnl landing party from the British cruiser Vindicative will be employed.
S.O.S, by Fever Stricken Steamer. Las Palmas, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
S.O.S, by Fever Stricken Steamer, Las Palmas, Thursday.' A tug has located a vessel which three days ago qent out 8.0 S, siguals and was thought io bn the British shan mer Syd*». It has now boon iden, tified as the French sicamor Sybil and was towed 160 miles to the Canaries. The tnpr found the steimer floating without steam »m\ m II the crew, except the captain and three men, were down witL malignant const fever. The wireless operator foi lapsed in his chair after hearing the tug replv to his S.O.S ' . -
Football League [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927
Football League A mppHnsr of «ho Football L^n^up was hold last nigh« nt i ho Vic'oria Hotel The follnwiji" dplpi aro« wpre promeut : Wamtnhs-M.^s»«; F J Kj'-g and TI P Pn.-tr:dTP: M-umirs-D (J. Watts. L Aslvnn: nnffiilop*-R S McGowan, IT P Smith, nnd *h" Ap'~ inrr Secret my Mr l| R Leydon. Mr iC;ng prrwided. The following officers wvrp ric clod : Pa* ron-\Tr J .1 Pare* Prosident-Mr.T YV Yon-rr. Vípp President«?-G M C'ark and Il H Bowman. Recrpta'v-L A &lt;?lron&lt; The appoint mont, of "n,tekepp:>r was? . held over nil npx« meeting It wa«: dppided to wi:*p for twelve new ha'I* frrm Sou'li The fiis- m ate h of »h^ c-v petit ion is to bp held on Nnv-mlmr "ii) The draw for the romp^t'fion is «o be hold ut m \t niPPfinty Life mem'ipr-' ¡ne to be i'vitel to attend he meet my-'. Air Tvivr m «ve I tim/ atPc-=,.^ Lampe and W McMillan bp ele" ed life mern b"i'&lt;=. Iii'h had bepn ncivp phiyers for the pa*' .'welvp. years :md no two men had done moro for rho gums M...