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"MISS AUSTRALIA" QUEST MISS DAPHNE CAMPBELL'S GRAND EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

'MISS AUSTRALIA' QUEST — :o: — MISS DAPHNE CAMPBELL'S GRAND EFFORT Next week Miss Daphne Camp bell ('Miss Northern Territory') will be in Adelaide to compete among the finalists for 'Miss South Australia.' It is at this time that this (paper j and we feel sure the people of Alice Springs should extend their best wishes for every success .and to thank this grand young lady for devoting so much* of her own time, in an sincere at tempt to assist in the campaign. For whatever the outcome may be as to the Territory's chance of winning this contest, there has been a considerable amount of money raised, and most of that money is going towards helping local organisations, which can do with this help. It is only hoped that the Territory can find more future citizens who wiH help as much to put this State on the map.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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RECORD FLIGHT Plane Named After Sir Charles Kingsford Smith [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

RECORD FLIGHT Plane Named After Sir Charles Kingsford Smith A Constellation airliner owned by the Quantas Empire Airways and named after . the Late Sir Charles Kingsford Smith added another trans-Pacific record flight to the brilliant aviator's name. The plane flew from Burbank (California) to Mascot (Sydney) in the record time of 42 hours .'39 minutes. _ \

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CENTRALIAN ADVOCATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1947. HELP FOR BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

CENTRALIAN ADVOCATE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1947. HELP FOR BRITAIN — :o: — Most citizens of Australia helped to give relief to Britain by parcelling up foodstuffs and send ing across. If an appeal is lodged or some suitable function takes place where money can be raised to buy foodstuffs to send, they are veil attended aiuh the result is always successful. The Australian people themselves are helping and this is a grand effort, but unfortunately, these efforts of the citizens themselves are not enough. Britain is in dire stress and it will only be by her own efforts and a 100 per cent, cam paign of assistance from all her colonies that will brimr the Mother country through her di fa- culties. This is where our Gov ornment, besides the people, can do the most good. Wo hear and read of waste of products in our own country that could be utilised. Tf the present Government would only cut some of its own red tape and release goods that could be quickly canned and sent over to England, and ...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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JAPANESE WAR TRIALS DRAG ON [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

JAPANESE WAR TRIALS DRAG ON After eighteen months of war trials in Tokio, it appears that the public have forgotten or wants to forget all about them. From reports issued it seems that these trials are likely to con tinue for some months yet, and that all the hard work which went into the trials is being dragged out in time by reels of red tape. Sydney's War Memorial Carillon is one of the world's greatest in struments of bell music. The largest of its 62 bells, named the A.I.F., weighs four and quarter tons. This Office for Job Printing.

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WELCOME HOME PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

WELCOME HOME PARTY On Sunday evening a welcome home party was tendered to Mr. Peter Dawson by Mr. and Mrs. Les Nicholls, of Bath Street, Alice Springs. Mr. Dawson told guests about his few months in the United States of America and of his journey by Greyhound bus from San Francisco to New York and return. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Inkster, Misses Li la Huddy, Joy Atkins, Mrs. O'Brien and Mr. John Considine.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Since arriving in Australia this month, the American acti'ess, Lil lian Roth and her husband have in augurated the A.A. movement in South Australia. The A.A. has only one purpose and that is to help the sick alco holic recover, if he wishes, of course. People from all parts of the State of South Australia have come to Adelaide to join this movement, and already believe sincerely in it.

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HELPING BRITAIN CAN BE FUN [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

HELPING BRITAIN CAN BE FUN ! — :o: — One housewife we know has told us that housekeeping has been ten times as interesting since she started to look for substitute dish es for meat so that she could con tribute coupons, to Red Cross Box X.Y.Z., and so help her friends in Britain. She has accumulated a card index of interesting recipes, a fine collection of cookery books, and a new friend who knows 250 ways of serving potatoes ! All this since May, when the British Food Relict started. Also on the credit side, but in a different ac count, is the fact that Red Cross Box X.Y.Z. has collected almost three million meat coupons and one hundred and thirty thousand butter coupons. Contributions may still be sent post free. All hand tools in excess of minimum requirements by the Army will shortly be released to the Repatriation Commission and Directorate of Industrial Training, and the Department of Labor and National Service for use in recon struction training schools and for issue to disch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

For Over 100 Years G0LDSBR0U6H, MORT AND COMPANY LIMITED have been at the service of the pastoral industry throughout the Commonwealth. This extensive marketing experience is at your disposal, \ whether it is wool, fat, store or stud stock, produce, or properties. We offer you a thor ough organisation in all Departments : Wool, Stock, Produce, Property Sales, Merchandise, Etc. Alice Springs //J%Ht+ \V T- w- Ganley (Mi Branch vJ**'1 ^\JJ ^ocal Manager:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

| J' 'ftATTERY Jf£W £XCLUS/V£ F£ATUB£S ??? | Ccntralian Traders Ltd. j

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CURRENT COUPONS (October 27 until November 9) [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

CURRENT COUPONS (October 27 until November 9) TEA: 37-48 (37-40 expire No vember 0) (41-44 expire Novem ber 30) (45-48 expire November^ 30). New coupons 41) to 52 avail able November 10. BUTTER: r 34-36 expire Novem ber 9. New coupons 37-39 avail able November 10. CLOTHING: 1-5C (1947).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

TRAVEL BY PARLOR COACH ON ... TUirS MAIL & PASSENGER SERVICE ALICE SPRINGS — DARWIN Departs Alice Sunday 9 a.m. Arrives Darwin 8 p.m. Tuesday Departs Darwin 6 a.m. Thursday. Arrives Alice 9 p.m. Saturday. EXCELLENT MEALS AND ACCOMMODATION PROVIDED Overnight Stops at Tennant Creek and Daly Waters SCENIC TOURS ARRANGED CAR FOR HIRE PHONE ALICE 53 P.O. BOX 58 Office, Buffalo Hall PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS AND CONGENIAL ATMOSPHERE THAT SYMBOLISE CHARMING ALICE SPRINGS ITSELF : These you will And at ... MISS GOLDER'S GUEST HOUSE TODD STREET, ALICE SPRINGS EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION WITH COMFORT ABLE, SPACIOUS ROOMS AND ALL CONVENIENCES. VARIED MENU ? DELIGHTFUL MEALS CENTRAL MOTOR SERVICE D. R. Baldock-and J. C. MeConville Proprietors RAILWAY TERRACE, ALICE SPRINGS BOX 62 PHONE 127 Authorised General Motors Dealers -??''? ????? ';^--'**; CHEVROLET-— OLDSMOBILE _ BUICK _ CADILLAC LA SALLE GENERAL ENGINEERING AND REPAIRS Reboring, Line Boring, Oxy and Arc Welding, Turning and General Mach...

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POWER [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

POWER In November Australia will Her.'1 a delegation to an important con ference in Mexico* City — the 1947 General Conference of UNESCO. UNESCO stands for the United Nations Educational, .Scientific and Cultural Organisation. Broadly it is {i world body to preserve peace by promoting world co-operation through education; to establish and foster a greater mutual under standing of the cutural traditions of all nations. Unesco aims to promote inter national agreements for the^ free exchange of information and ideas, to spread culture; to advance popular education; to strive to wards the ideal of equal educa tional opportunity for all; to arm the coming generations with the knowledge and understanding nec essary to cope with the responsi bilities of freedom. Throughout most of the United Nations November will be public ised as 'UNESCO -month. Special efforts to make known the aims and activities of the oi'gan isution will be made by press, radio, films, art galleries, libraries, museum...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

2/8 UN. ASSOCIATION ELIGIBILITY : All members of the 2/8 Hn. and 19th Brigade Group WE WANT YOU To support your own Association Social Functions and Reunions are being arranged Be in these — They are for you Forward your Name, Number, Address to the Honorary Secretary W. L. B. WATT 7 Saunders Street, Coburg West, N.I a Melbourne, Victoria.

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HAVE ADVENTURES AT HOME ! [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

HAVE ADVENTURES AT HOME ! Housewives who are trying to save meat coupons to send to Red Cross Box X.Y.Z. sometimes feel that their cooking repertoire must be limited thereby. Actually one's range of recipes should be im proved, particularly if one has a sense of adventure as far as the combination of flavours is con cerned. Take sweet with sour — or sweet with savoury — for in stance, ^combinations so success fully used by the Chinese. Here are two recipes just to put you on the right track, and not a coupon required ! HAWAIIAN LUNCHEON* DISH Allow for each person J slice of peeled pineapple, 1 slice of tomato, 1 slice of bacon and 2 heaped tablespoons of sausage meat. Put the sausage meat — flavoured with salt and pepper — in a saucepan over a low heat to cook for 10 minutes. This will remove ex cess fat. When slightly cooled, shape into patties to fit each slice of pineapple. On top of this place a slice of tomato and a strip of bacon. Put on a greased tray and place under a hot g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

AlK SERVICES Regular Airmail Services to Perth leave as under :— Ex Knthcrinc — 6.30 a.m. Alt. Tues days. July 1, 15, 29, etc. Ex Darwin — 1.40 p.m. every Wed nesday. Anson ({-Passenger Aircraft avail able from Darwin for Charter at 1/9 per mile. MACROBEKTSON-MILLER AVIATION CO. LTD. Wccdon & Lnwrnncc Kuildings, DAIIWIN or 191 St. George's Terrace PERTH pjl2M8 You'll Come Out Looking SMART and WELL GROOMED . \ after you see Bert Couche Todd Street, Alice Spring's THE LEADING HAIRDRESSER CIVILITY AND SATISFACTION ASSURED

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DO YOU KNOW ? [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

DO YOU KNOW ? Australia made the first strip per harvester. Hugh V. McKay was the- builder, now his works occupy over 40 acres near Mel bourne, Victoria. ?, The Victorian State Kesearch Farm has one of the strangest libraries in the world — a 'library' of wheat specimens. Among the thousands of varieties from every country it has. a grain of whea't originated from seed found in Tutankhamen's Tomb, placed there thousands of years before Christ. The City of Swans on the east coast of Tasmania is one of the World's most remarkable bird havens. A huge lagoon where many thousands of black swans congregate during moulting and breeding time. A trooper patrols the big shore line to see that no one attempts to steal the eggs. ^n the »()'s, on the West Austra lian goldfields, was one of the strangest organisations ever form ed. A ' band of prospectors, em bittered against the female species, solved .their grievances by form ing the 'Women Haters' Club.' Members boasted their 100 per cent, mas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

'MISS NORTHERN TERRITORY' F//V4J. BALL MELBOURNE CUP NIGHT, NOy EMBER 4 in CATHOLIC HALL - - - 8.30 p.m. SUPPER AND REFRESHMENTS BY KINDERGARTEN COMMITTEE TICKETS, 7/6 and 5/-. obtainable at Wallis Fogarty's and R.S.S & A. Club, or at the door .'??? i ? ,, , , ?* . ?' ? ? PROCEEDS IN AID OF ALICE SPRINGS KINDER GARTEN AND *RETURNED SERVICEMEN'S LEAGUE RUSSELL KING, Organiser.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

-TRY OUR CASUAL SMALL AD. COLUMN __: IT GETS RESULTS ' . ' - ' ~ ~ * ? To Let, Wanted to Buy, For Sale, Lost, Found, Accommodation .Wanted, etc., 14 words 1/- or three insertions for 2/6 (prepaid), if booked, 6d. extra. - ? BUY your Boot Polish at the LARGE Range of Elastic Side Cheapest Place in Alice Springs. Shoes, also Buckle Boots. All Cd. per tin at Don Thomas'. e izes at Don Thomas'. ' e BLACKSMITH'S Tools For MOTOR SPRINGS, front and* rear Sale. Tongs, Swedges, Hammers, complete, mostly Chev. car and etc. ij)on Thomas. , e utility, all new. Also Main -?' ' ? ? — ? — — ? Leaves. Don Thomas. e CALL on Don Thomas and' see all ? — ? — the Secondhand Furniture, Ward- NO COUPONS for Secondhand robes, Chest of Drawers, Bedroom Clothing at 'Don Thomas'. 4 e Suites, Tables, Chairs and Lounge — — ? : ? Suites. e PROSPECTOKS* Gold . Blower, ? _ ? ? unused and in good order. Inspec CHHISTMAS GIFTS. — Buy your tion buys. 11. Ferguson, East Christmas Presents from the Gift Side. . p Shop,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

TO LET OH FOR SALE with or without Stock and Equipment STOKE ACROSS THE RIVER Owing to difficulty of securing a person to keep the Store open in Evenings and Sundays, we have ...decided to dispose of the above.... A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR A LIVE PERSON TO TAKE IT OVER ABSOLUTELY NO OPPOSITION We have secured a License to Sell Stamps, and an assurance by the Postal Authorities that a Pillar Box will be provided in the near future. REFER TO MR. RALPH KRANTZ COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA THE NORTHERN TERRITORY I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have this day received a Writ, issued by the Administrator of the Northern Territory, for- the Election of Two Members of the Legislative Council for the Elec toral District of Darwin and One Member of the Legislative Coun cil for each of the Electoral Dis tricts of Batchelor, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs and Stuart re spectively, to serve in the Legis lative Council for the Northern Territory and appointing the fol lowing dates'^ for the purposes of th...

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NOTES OF INTEREST Extracts from the Central Australian Pastoral Lessee's Association Excessive Aboriginals' Dogs [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 1 November 1947

NOTES OF INTEREST Extracts from the Central Aus tralian Pastoral Lessee's Associa tion Excessive Aboriginals' Dogs Several members have expressed concern tit the increasing numbers oJ' aboriginals' mongrel dogs.' A letter was addressed to Mr. Moy the Director of Native Affairs pointing out the danger to the pastoral industry and i*cquesting that steps be taken to ensure that all dogs in excess of the one per aboriginal as allowed be regularly destroyed. In reply Mr. Moy states that Native Affairs officials also police officers are taking steps to elim inate the: unnecessary number of clogs. Aboriginals in Possession of Poison and Firearms Instances of.' aboriginals being supplied by whites with poison or firearms have been brought to the notice of the Association. It is an offence for an aboriginal to carry a firearm unless he has received a permit from the De partment of Native Affairs and the usual licence from the police. Members are urged not to allow any aboriginals on their pr...

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