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GN 273/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA No. 6 of 1927 AN ORDINANCE FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF ORDINANCES AND FOR THE SHORTENING OF THEIR LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

GN 273/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA No. 6 of 1927 AN ORDINANCE FOR THE INTERPRETATION^ OF ORSilNAftGEïi ANO FOR THE SHORTEN8NÖ OF THEIR LANGUAGE Be it ordained by the Governor Genciai of the Commonwealth oí Australia, with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, in pur- suance of the poweis conferred by the Northern Australia Act iy2b\ as follows : Short title 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Interpretation Oi^inance 1927. . Application 2. This Ordinance shall apply to ali Ordinances maae after the com- mencement of this Ordinance and lo all Ordinances, including Ordinances of the Northern Territory, in foice m iNorth Australia at the date oi commencement of this Ordinance. Repeal 3. After the commencement of this Ordinance, the Ordinances of the Northern Territory set out in tne Schedule to this Ordinance shah cease to appiy to North Australia. Application of Acts Interpretation ] Acts to Ordinances | 4. ouOjecb to mis Uiomance, the Acts iiiieipietauoii Act lyui, a...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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GN 224/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Northern Australia Act ADVISORY COUNCILS ELECTION REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

GN 224/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA The Northern Australia Aci AOVBSORY COUNGiLS ELECTION REGULATflONS The following persons have been duly nominated as candidates for the election of two members ' of the Ad- visory Council for North Australia to sei ve from and after the date of the notification of their election. GRADY, Alfred Richard, Marran boy, miner. HARDEN, Francis Leonard, Dar- win, physician. PEARCE; William Thomas; Mar ranboy; miner. WATTS, Douglas Crombie, Dar- win, Agent. YOU l\G, Waiter John, Katherine, motor proprietor. A poll will accordingly be taken h- 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'clock in th...

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BEST AUSTRALIAN BEEF SHIPMENT London Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

BEST AUSTRALIAN BEEF SHIPMENT London Friday The Port Huon's shipment of chill- ed beef; the experts consider is the best Australian consignment yet sent. It is understood that Borth- wicks secured a part of the Mediter rean meat contract; the price of which has not been disclosed.

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Britain's Prestige in China. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

Britain's Prestige in China. 0.mut Sf.nze wri'p.s from Pekin to the - .loniinil dps Debuts-," July IS, ihar Knyland is right in maintaining t h t any blow to lier pitstiye in China is ii blnw io Kui opean pi es« ii-'e She Ik w seems to have rlianyed lier meth- ods and io moid diaeuasin¡» the rk'hts of ti'«! Poweis mid the obligations which ' he 11 em ii-s impose up m China ; to ¡.v.)i(i s iff pr «tests ove n when these li Jits are vioated, «uid to 17 hy com p!omi-u ¡nui infirmai derli 10.-, (>n tbn -p:.- ;.) mivi; '..« iiiup!) English com tn if ->> coi ne f«vpd, an I tlion to w;i t und see. T'n'ie is 10m non sense in hi-. prout'Hnun', but prestige is I st,

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THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA No. 7 of 1927 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE NORTHERN TERRITORY MINING ACT, 1903 OF THE STATE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA IN ITS APPLICATION TO NORTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA . No. 7 of W¿¿ Ahí OftUiNAftGE TO ÁfticNiLí mt hiuttirtLiift TERRITORY jfvlurtihiti Au i, ÍMá OF THE S^íATfc. Oí- aUUlH AUS- TRALIA m Ai S AK*LkOAÍION TO NORTH AOSÏRALÏA Be it ordained by the Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting witn me advice ox tiie jpecterai executive Council, in pursuance oi tne powers coiuerreu by me ¿Northern .australia Act ±y¿ü, as loiiows : Short title 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Mining Ordinance iy27. Appointment of Director of Mines 2. Section eighty-iour of cue Northern lerritory iviniing Act iauc> of the otate of bou cn Australia, iu its application to iNortn Australia is repealed and tne loiiowing sections are iuseriea in its stead : "b4.-(1.) Ihe Minister may ap- point a person i-o we .Director of Mines and a person so appointed shall have all the powers and func- tions oi the person referred to as the .Director oi Mines under any statute or ordinance in force in JNorth Australia. "(¿J....

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GN 204/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICUTURAL LANDS AVAILABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDINANCE 1924-27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

GN 204/27 NORTH ALöTKAHA, AûKJCULiUftAL LÀftt>S AVAIL- ABLE FOR LtiASIMG IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LAñiDS ORDÍW Aft CE 1«24-27. APLICATIOKS for a lease oí the under -mentioned land as a Cultivation l'urrn will be received at the Lands Department, Darwin, or the Depart oi' iiotne and Territories, Melbourne, on or before the lath day of .Novem- ber JÜ27. The land available is situated on the Adelaide River in the Lui win, and Guli District as bet out in the bcwuuie nereundei Cultivation i'urms are grunted as leases *. perpetuity. If the land is not allotted it shall re- main open to application at the ren- tals and conuitiu.is set out in the Schedule until sucn time as notifica- tion of its withdrawal shall ne madt both in the Commonwealth, und .North Australia Guettes, All appin auons shall be accompan- ied ny u lease and îegistration fee oi thirty shillings. Schedule oi Conditions under whicii the lands will he Leased 1. RJiNT.-Is! o *ent will be pay- able ior the lirst period oi the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

fil DON CINEMA -0 THE TEN COMMANDMENTS All Star Cast ry-i , ft ut SATURDAY. \u IISS1NG FRIENDS Young lady, 26, refined; college education; fail*; medium height; smart appearance; with independent means; desires introduction tall re fined man; &ood appearance over 30. Kindly reply to this office or Box 239E G.P.O. , Melbourne. CHRIST CHURCH TRINITY 19 7.30 a.m-Holy Communion 10 a m.-Eucharist. 8 p.m.-Evensong FOR SALE Tangye Oil Engine; 3è h.p.; in good order; dirt cheap at £15 cash TIMES OFFICE are You Furnishing 1 Don't Miss this Opportunity, C *Li¿kj i1 .=3 "ji'TT'Tf^ JJ! > ^ I." i i . __ =- '.>« M ?-?». - Ä_ »"«*^\->,. «¿A, , /«I - - -1 -H^'Wij [ j ? ' ' ? Uí Vii !¡l li ii, ,i , .i» -¿ uL-{L--H .i ,'¡> Uü ,.'!' /j'r.^H^ MI 'l' í-'l'»»,1í»[* ,l.--1»Snít"3 J" yi>>:\] i j iv Be-. Value M"i!,uie n, Australia Only <£13 15s. Adams & Fosters

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

NOTICE -o Any person found cutting or re- moving timber, or in any way ties passing, on Sections 407; 408; 409 410 411; 412 or 412, Hundred of Bagot, will be prosecuted. NORTHERN AGENCY Ltd. (Advertisement) AsViffcbOkY CÖÜtaCBL rio the electors of North Australia ¿¿¡eV£LÜP THE ItiSftilt« and North Australia will quickiy re- come a prosperous State. VOTE- FOR .PEARCE the battling practical miner, who, off his own' bat, and without the aid of capital has developed a mine "winch will mid employment for a hundred men at high rates for the next hundred years. "-Extract from üiiigiish expert's opinion. tfUTfc: FOR PEARCE who Las been through the mill as a struggling inland pioneer, and wi.u will use every endeavour to encour- age the primary producer-mineral; pastoral and agricultural-because his sympathies are naturally whh the inlanders. VOTE FOR PEARCE (To the Editor) who knows; better than most men; the requirements of long suffering pioneers of the bush. A prosperous Mine is better f...

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GN 275/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA No. 8 of 1927 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SURVEYORS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

GN 275/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA No. 8 of 1927 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SURVEYORS Be it ordained by the Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia, with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, in pur siianceaof the powers conferred by the Northern Territory Acceptance Act 1926 as follows : Short title 1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Surveyors Ordinance 1927. Repeal 2. The Licensed Surveyors Act 1896 of the State of South Austialia, in its application to North Australia: is repealed; Definitions 3. In this Ordinance, unless the contrary} intention appears "Authorized survey" means any survey of land required by the North Australia Commision to be made under, or in connexion with the ad- ministration of any Ordinance re- lating; to Crown Lands or any reg- ulations thereunder ; "Licensed surevyor" means a sur- veyor duly registered as a licensed surveyor under the Licensed Survey- ors Acts of one of the States of the Commonwealth or the Dominion of New Zeala...

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CHILDREN BURNED BEYOND RECOGNITION Hobart Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

CHILDREN BURNED BEYOND RECOGNITION Hobart Friday Harry Lindon Ikin aged 2 years; and Athol Inglis Ikin aged 41/2 years left alone in an upstairs bedroom and it is thought they obtained matches and caused a fire. Despite the desperate efforts by the father and firemen; the great volumes of smoke and flames prevented their rescue and the bodies were burned beyond recognition.

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BIRTLES LEAVES LONDON FOR MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 21 October 1927

BtRTLES LEAVES LONDON FOR MELBOURNE Francis Birtles began his journey from London to Melbourne when he lef from the Olympia; where a sign- post was erected bearing the words "To Melbourne 16,000 miles." Those present to bid him farewell in- cluded Miss Australia and Bert Hinkler. The latter spoke of catch- ing up with Birtles by air, where- upon Birtles replied; "I'll get a lo* of little bumps, but you'll probably get one big one."

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

BUFFALOES FOOTBALL CLUB A GENERAL MEETING of the above Club will be held in the Vic- toria Hotel on Wednesday 26th inst. at 8 p.m. E. S. McGAFFIN Hon. Sec. FOR SALE Tangye Oil Engine; 3£ h.p.; in good order; dirt cheap at £15 cash TIMES OFFICE DON CINEMA lilli THE TEN COMMANDMENTS All Star Cast _TUESDAY MIGHT_ Qimwm

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ADVISORY COUNCIL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

ADVISORY COUNCIL ELECTIONS Extreme public apathy was shown in the Advisory Council Election on Saturday. Out of 803. names on the Darwin roll only 341 persons voted and of these 32 were informal, many being purposely so. A few recorded a contemptuous vote by scratching out all the names. This attitude was no doubt due to the apparently pret- ty general belief that the Advisory Council will not have the necessary power to do any good for North Aus- tralia . i* ¿Ï The voting for Batchelor, being entirely postal; is expected to be at least more than double that of Dar win. The following are the figures so far : Darwin Po-tal Parap Batchelor Total Young 66 4 11 117 198 Watts 120 11 8" 38 177 Pearce 31 1 0 49 81 Harden 26 1 14 12 53 Grady 15 0 1 l8 34 Infor »nal 32 0 0 16 48

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WAR AGAINST PEDESTRIANS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

WAR AGAINST PEDESTRIANS -o The Darwin Post Office has a beau- tiful death trap on the footpath out- side. A concrete well about three feet deep with no protection what- ever, and on Sunday night without even a light. The silent cop farce at extremely narrow street corners will sooner or later cause a hideous fatal- ity. In the rest of 7,he street the hat- ed pedestrian runs a big chance of being run down by inexperienced motor drivers and now that the foot- paths are more dangerous than the middle of the road, hated pedestrians will soon have to go to bed at sun- down . There is nothing fresh in local mining circles. Tin has been very steady for the past few weeks at 49/2 to 50 a unit. Messrs E. Lee and Party (including Mr Lanahan; a Queensland pastoralist driven off his run in the Winton district, by pro- longed drought) are prospecting for tin at West Arm. Mr Lanahan pro- poses to put in a suction pump and hydraulic nozzle if the prospects warrant the expense. Messrs A. E. Jolly &...

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IRAQ OIL GUSHER FATALITIES Bagdad Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

IRAQ OIL GUSHER FATALITIES Bagdad Monday Sp far it has been found impossible to stop the Iraq oil gusher. The oil is escaping down the gullies and de- pressions in the surrounding country. 50,000 tons of oil flowed away since the gusher began and compelled most of the employes to leave the workings. Two American drillers were fatally gassed while attempt- ing to reach a bungalow they had vacated earlier in the day and three Arab coolies pluckily attempted a rescue. One lost his life but the others got to the Americans who succumbed shortly afterwards.

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DON CINEMA "The Ten Commandments" [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

DON CINEMA -o "The Ten Commandments" To give every one a chance to see the world's greatest picture. The Don Cinema will screen to-night The Ten Commandments; and anyone who has not seen this wonderful and magnificent production should not miss it. Mr Jack Arnold will render during the evening specially selected music for the occasion. Book now and don't miss the opportunity of a lifetime. Reservations at Acams & Foster's.

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CHINESE WAR SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

CHINESE WAR SITUATION -Q A China Merchant Co's steamer "Irene", which aws seized by pirates; was shelled and set on fire by the British submarine L4 in Bias Bay and sunk. It is stated that the Chinese owners of the vessel are suing the British Government. The war situat- ion in the Yangtse valley is increas- ing in gravity. The Nankin armies are advancing on Hankow by land and water and major operations are ex- pected at any moment with far reach ing results to the Nationalist move- ment.

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TALE OF A MODERN MARINER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

;> TALE OF A MODERN MARINER Mr Chris Bell, master of the Gov- ernment lugger Maskee relates that on Tuesday last they were coming through the Vernons when, just at sundown; a huge seabird alighted on the aft rail of the boat within a foot or two of the steersman and dis- played intense hostility to closer ap- proach . It measured something like five feet across the wings; had a choc- olate colored back silvery breast and webbed feet. This beautiful super- cargo remained throughout the night and after a good clean-up took wing at about 8 a.m. but not before Mr Bell had secured a couple of photos to identify his first passenger to re- fuse to pay a fare. The black boys tell Mr Bell that this bird-the nat- ive name for which sounds like very bad language-is well known to nat- ives round Port Essingdon. It will settle on their canoes and remain there all day where it is regarded with a reverence borne of awe.

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WILL PRINCE CAROL TRY FOR ROUMANIAN THRONE? Paris Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

WILL PRINCE CAROL TRY FOR ROUMANIAN THRONE? Paris Monday Prince Carol of Roumania has   definitely broken with Mile Lupescu owing to a series of newspapers art- icles. This may be a preliminary to Prince Carol claiming a restoration of his right to succession to the throne.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

TvlSSSSNG FRIENDS Young lady, 26, refined; college education; fair; medium height;. smart appearance; with independent means; desires introduction tall re fined man; good appearance over 30. Kindly reply to this office or Box 239E G.P.O. , Melbourne.

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