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VATICAN COINAGE AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

VATICAN COINAGE AGAIN The Vatican ia resuming the coinage of Pontifical currency — which since 1870 had been issued onlv ' in token ouantities — to be distributed .during the ceremonies ot! the Papal coronation, as well as to visitors to whom the Holy See especially wishes to honor. According to the 'Tribune de Geneve,' the new coins to be issued by the Papal mint will be gold and silver. One one side of each coin will be the likeness of the reigning Pope Pius XII.; on the other, the Holy See's crest. The first Pupal coins were au thorised by Adrian I. in T8f. All other Popes followed that custom until the capture of the Vatican by Garibaldi's Irredentists about 80 years ago. .

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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GUY FAWKES DAY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

GjLJY FAWKES DAY Wednesday, November fi' was Guy Fuwkes Day and for the first time for many years, and in some cases the first time in their lives (due to the war) children were, able to light a bonfire and let loose with fireworks. Admittedly there was not a luf ge vuriety this year, but per haps now Hie practice has been renewed we may see a better iiiriety next year, if only for the kWnlies' sake. In this hurry and scurry world of ours it has become a real pleasure to be able to relax and enjoy oneself.

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FINAL BALL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

FINAL BALL The ball held in the Catholic Hall on Tuesday night in aid of 'Miss Northern Territory' (Miss Daphne Campbell) was not the success it should have been. Just why this was is rather hard to say, but perhaps it was because of . so many functions being held lately. The attendance was not large, but those who did go along seemed to have enjoyed themselves after a late start and danced till the early hours of the morning to the strains of good music from Mrs. Critchley at piano and Mr. Jones at the drums. An excellent supper was pro vided by the ladies of the Kinder garten ' Committee, and special thanks should be given to Father Eather for donating the use of the Catholic Hall. Gross takings were £59/18/-. FINALISTS FOR 'MISS SOUTH AUSTRALIA' Miss Daphne Campbell ('Miss Northern Territory') was among the twelve finalists named for 'Miss South Australia' and was second only to Joan Tamlin ('Miss Railways') in raising the most money for the quest. Miss Tamlin was presented with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

CHURCH NOTICES CHUUCH OF ENGLAND Chuvch of the' Asc-*frision, Batl Streot, Alice Springs ' .Services : — Sundays: 7.130 a.m Holy Communion; f).3O n.ni.-Hol; Communion (downstairs in Rec ? tory); 10 a.m. Sunday Schoo and Kindergarten; T.tfO p.m Evensong. Week Days: 7.1.r» a.m. Holy Com munion' (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday)*, ---'-() a.m. Hoi; Communion (Tuesday and Fri day); 7 a.m. Holy Communioi (at S. Mary's, Thursday); 7,'H p.m. Evensong. H. K. KVBRS. Rector. METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, November 9 — Remem brance Sunday.— lO.MO a.m. Sun day School; T..*i(- p.m. Remem brance Service. Subject: 'Car England Survive ?' ..Special singing bv Mesdames Doust anc: Windle. ' Preacher Rev. H Griffiths. .J.AUBMAN & PANK LTD. Opticians and Optometrists 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide Wish (o announce that their Certified Optician, MR DAVID PANK, will visit :— DARWIN From Monday, 10th November to Tuesday, 18th November. CONSULTATION IN CASH MAN'S BUILDINGS Appointments with Mr. J. Burnett Burn...

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DIGEST OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

DIGEST OF NEWS This 'year's Melbourne Cup was won by the brilliant, and formerly unlucky horse, Hiraji, 12/1, with Fresh Boy 11/2, lied Fury 14/1, hiling the minor placings. An ugly brawl between civil ians and police was witnessed, in Melbourne. this week when a hand ful of policemen braved a mob of 600 and arrested a 16 stone man trying to stab a constable with an ice pick. Final figures in latest French election show that Centre-Right Wing and General De Gaulle Party obtained over 45 per cent, of the votes. Rain, made the cricket match between India and Victoria a draw, with Victoria requiring 196 runs to win and eight wickets in hand. If rust, caused through rain, does not set in, Australia is ex pected to have a record year for wheat. The weight-lifter, George Brun stedt, set a world's record by lifting 18.2 stone in a one-arm thrust. The sensational swing against Labor in the municipal elections in England and Wales is taken as the most significant event since Labor's victory ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

. TI-TREE CASH STORE LILY HESE & CO. TITREE WELL 120 MILES NORTH OF ALICE SPRINGS MEALS ? ACCOMMODATION GENERAL STORE BOTTLE LICENCE SHELL AND VACUUM AGENTS TRUCK TYRES At Special Prices BRAND NEW 10.50—18 10-ply TYRES ? £20 0 0 \ NEW TUBES to fit ? 2 10 0 NEW 10-50-18 WHEELS ? ? ? 5 0 0 8.25 - 10 NEW TYRES, TUBES & WHEELS complete ? ? 12 10 0 Good Used Tyres 10.50 - 20 BAR TREAD TYRES from ? 10 0 0 Reliable Tubes to fit ? 2 10 0 10.50 - 20 TYRES - TUBES - WHEELS com plete (Army 8-bolt hole type wheels) £15, £17/10/-, £20. 7.50 - 17 BAR TREAD TYRES ? 8 15 0 7.50 - 18 PRACTICALLY BRAND NEW 8-ply TRUCK TYRE, TUBE & - WHEEL complete ? 15 10 0 (Suitable for converting farm imple ments, or for heavy truck work). M.S. McLEOD LTD. m pvvtzzz: TRAVELLERS! BETWEEN ALICE AND DARWIN ? CALL AT ? SCOTT'S - - ELLIOTT Red Cross Hut FOR ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS MEALS AT ALL HOURS Groceries ? Cool Drinks ? Plume Petrol ? Mobiloil MOTOR REPAIRS etc J. NELSON Wishes to extend greet...

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NEW DISCOVERY AT HARTZ RANGE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

NEW DISCOVERY AT HARTZ RANGE This week there have been per sistent rumours that a new min eral find has been discovered in tho Kurtz Range district. . This mineral is, according to what re ports can be gathered, to be a black resinous-looking substance and may contain a large percent age of uranium. The, finder has asked the Mines Department not to disclose his identity for the time being, at least not until the Commonwealth Government com pletes its plan for rewarding pros pectors making discoveries of national importance. The Inspector of Minos for the Northern Territory (Mr. Sned don) has set out with other Gov ernment officials to gather fur ther information as to where and how it was discovered, and this is expected to take some days, so no official report will be published before then.

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TENNANT CREEK DOCTOR'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

TENNANT CREEK DOCTOR'S SUCCESS After many months of hard and tedious work, Dr. A. Webster, of Tennant Creek, has compiled, printed and published his practical handbook 'Bush Medicine,' a book that he has donated so much of .Vtis time to so that people of the ^i.tback parts of Australia can have a really v first-class book with information and advice that will be of practical use in cases of serious illness or common emerg encies when a doctor is not avail able, and to help transmit all the information possible to the flying doctor base and so help the doctor to understand the case better. But to let people have a better insight to the book we have asked Dr. De Vidas to write a review and this will be published next ?week. '??? 'Enough cannot be said of Dr. Webster's energy and thorough ness in compiling this book. He lias gathered information on every subject that is available to him, and we feel sure that the people of the outback when they procure this book and read it will be: fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

For Your— K ?.? , ' ? MINING SUPPLIES F.W.King&Co. Capitol Building ALICE .SPRINGS Phone' 105 P.O. Box 82 TUBES VULCANISED VALVES FITTED ONE -DAY SERVICE AT \^. Northern Motors

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SUCCESS OF LOCAL THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

SUCCESS OF LOCAL THEATRE - The past week has been a busy one as far as entertainment goes for Alice Springs, and amongst it all stands' out the very successful piny produced and presented here by William Rowe and company of -Jocal amateur actors. \ This p|ay not, only deserves Ahe credit of being the best entertain ment seen in this town for some time, but alao deserves the high est appreciation for the hard and splendid work done in the produc ing Of |tr ' The acting throughout gave one [ the impression that the profession al touch was there right through from the leading rolea to, the minor parts. '(-.-? Enough cannot be said of it all, but it is only to be hoped that Alice .Springs has the luck to en joy many more of these plays.

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DIAMOND DRILLING PLANT FOR LANDER ROCK [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

DIAMOND DRILLING PLANT FOR LANDER ROCK J, Mr. Urendon Thomson, geologist for the. Zinc Corporation Ltd., arrived from the South by plane on Thursday, and is at present out at the Lander Rock locality selecting a bore site for the test ing of a t copper bearing lode there by diamond drilling. The diamond drilling plant has arrived here by rail, and the driller is expected to arrive from Broken Hill in the next few days. The copper lode is situated on a mineral lease held by Mr. Fred Davies and Mr. 'Bill Southion, who have given an option over the pro perty to Zinc Corporation Ltd.

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MONEY MOON EASILY TAKES CANTALA STAKES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

MONEY MOON EASILY TAKES CANTALA STAKES ? South Australia's Money Moon had1 another easy win when he scored by four lengths from Star of India, with Tamerlane third, last Saturday at Flemington.

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NATIONALISATION OF BANKS Views of Mr. Davidson, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

NATIONALISATION OF BANKS Views of Mr. Davidson, M.L.A. In the following recent address Mr. M. A. Davidson, M.L. A., wives his views in regard to the much discussed matter of bank nationalisation. Firstly, I would like to con gratulate the Prime Minister, The Right Hon. J. H. Chifley. and the Deputy Prime Minister, Dr. Evatt, for their announced determination to make a genuine effort to imple ment the Australian Labor Party's policy. Since this declaration has beeh made the usual tirade of abuse has been levelled at the Government, which is not an argument against the proposition. The Prime Min ister and his Party, as is custom ary, when they endeavour to do the right thing, have brought down the controllers of monopolies on their heads. This, of course is to be expected, but it is sufficient justification to satisfy the general public that the decision is an honest effort to put into operation the platform and policy upon which they were elected by the people of Australia and to enc...

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MONEY MOON [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

MONEY MOON whose performance in the Cantala Stakes last Saturday inaices him had to beat in the C. B. Fisher Plate today. BEAU GEM whose grand performance won him the Victorian Derby and also made possible the double for South Aus tralia with Money Moon who won the Cantata Stakes on the same day. BEAU GEM whose grand performance won him the Victorian Derby and also made possible the double for South Aus tralia with Money Moon who won the Cantata Stakes on the same day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

Glare — -^ — - Eliminated By Wearing POLAROID SUN SHIELDS complete in Case £1 pair. Post, and Reg. 1/-. AMERICAN AVIATION TYPE GLARE GLASSES com plete in Case £1/17/6. Post, and Reg. 1/-. CLIP ON GLARE GLASSES, fits over your spectacles with Coollite Green Lenses, 27/6 pair, Dark, 35/-, Blue 37/6. All cased. - RETURN MAIL SERVICE * OPTOMETRIST SNELSON Katoomtm, Blue Mts., N.S.W. EN^QY,; . f'MOORE*' AND BETTER HEALTH By Eating the Bread We Knead Pay Your Good Dough For Good Bread AND GOOD BREAD IS SURE from J. W. MOORE Alice Spring's Bakery Todd Street. Alice Springs ? SMALL GOODS A SPECIALTY ? GEO. WALTON ' ALICE SPRINGS NORTHERN TERRITORY ICE AND AERATED WATER MANUFACTURER PROP. PIONEER REFRESHMENT ROOM P.O. Box 54 Factory Telephone No. 96 Cool Drinks ? Ice Cream ? Hot Dogs CONFECTIONERY— only the best brands Htvcked J. SIMMS mjHH .(opposite Convent) flPSELS^K^^^^^^^H! House Painting Undertaken ,'^^VJ;, ' , \wV-. .dy.- , GET A QUOTE FROM US , T * ] HASTINGS DEERING NORTHERN TERRITO...

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RESULTS FROM FLEMINGTON RACES ON THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

RESULTS FROM FLEMING TON RACES ON THURS DAY HURDLE RACE, lh miles— Latani 1 (5/1); Nicety 2 (6/1); Bonny Bob 3 (9/). Other start ers were Azores, Buzharine, Tran sit, John Law, Mysogynist, Prince Danillo, Spear Patrol, Cimbrian's Last. Transit 7/2, was favourite, unplaced. BYRON MOORE STAKES, 5 furlongs — Ungar 1 (3/1); So Sweet 2 (6/1); El Faloos 3 (12/1). Other starters were Alabama King, Brain Trust, Clement, Crown Sequel, Dhoiden, Garagul, Grand Farce, Herodhot, Mt. Field, Poona, Quilock, Ralton, Spoor, Torrider. Ungar started favourite. LENL1THGOW STAKES, 1 mile — Columnist 1 (11/4); Royal Gem 2 11/2); Victory Lad 3 (5/1). Other starters were Attley, Da Vinci, Don Pedro, Russia, Noble Prince. Attley was favourite at 5/4 on. OAKS, Ik miles — Nissan's Ring 1 (2/1 on); Saxony 2 (25/1); Jalna 3 (8/1). Other starters were Carmyle, Del Rose, Filgaro, Foxhaven, Gay Megsie, Girl James, Gloriwyn, Lustrous. My Beautiful, Nell Gwyn, Perm, Seleria. Nizan's Ring .starter as facourite 2/1 on...

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Saturday's Racing CHELTENHAM 1.15—TALLAL HURDLE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

Saturday's Racing .r\. CHELTENHAM 1.15— TALL A L HURDLE Two miles, 145 yards Rosy Lee 9 12 Perseus 9 'A Malkuni 9 7 Salvanos. 9 2 Lopuri 9 (! Suburban 9 0 ? Vacation 9 5 Lopuri, Rosy Lee, Vacation 1..15— LINDSAY PARK HANDI CAP Fve furlongs Glenely; Baros'sa Bay 8 1 Boy 7 11 Jack Aroma 7 10 Itaccha 8 1 Sky Patrol 7 10 Martland 7 13 Visalia 7 10 Ard-ri 7 12 Lady Perth 7 9 Enthean 7 12 Pretana 7 7 Enthean, Sky Patrol, Pretana 2.25— MARTINDALE HANDICAP Seven and half furlongs Vintage Charles 7 8 Song 8 13 Gallery Pennali 8 11 Girl 7 3 Red Prince 8 11 Almitak 7 0 A malfi's Counter Last 8 4 Check 7 0 Spenlew 8 2 Northern Dalkeith 7 151 Point 7 0. Royal Poidale 7 0 Vintage Son''. Pennali, Amalfi's Last 3.— KIDMAN' HANDICAP Nine furlongs and 60 yards Robsun 9 0 Boy 77 C Typical 8 11 Desert Fleetway 7 13 Slave 7 3 Kidston Vivalite 7 2 Lad 7 13 East Silvall 7 10 Amalfi 7 0 Tommy Red Wing 7 0 Robsun, Typical, Fleetway 3.35— THURLGA STAKES Nine furlongs and 60 yards .For Amateur Riders Roberts-...

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BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

ETiMi Alice Springs has always shown an interest in the boxing world, but unfortunately there has never been enough done to see just what talent Alice Springs has, now at last we have two very live wires who not only know something of the boxing world, but who have started a boxing gymnasium in the town on a commercial basis. These two men, Mr. E. Nixon and Mr. T. Dealtry are keen to see this town put on the map in the boxing game, and believe they have some good material in some of the local lads. As a result they have formed the Stuart Boxing Club, and have temporarily the Capitol Theatre as a gymnasium. Their plans which started to operate on Monday, November '3, are to include two distinct pro grammes for training, which will enable them to sort the future con testants into their correct weights, t-tc. j Training nights will be as fol lows: Monday. Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday nights. Sunday mornings will also be open to all comers The equipment that they have is good and pro...

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FLYING BOAT CLEARED OF CHOLERA CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

FLYING BOAT CLEARED OF CHOLERA CHARGE The Hythe flying boat which was quarantined with its passengers and crew last week at Darwin, was eventually cleared and continued on its trip to Sydney, and landed at Rose Bay on Saturday after noon. The suspected cholera sufferer has been detained at Darwin pend ing outcome of farther tests. It is hoped that he -will be able to continue his trip to Sydney some time this week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 8 November 1947

DON THOMAS Is Not Here Today and Gone Tomorrow BUT IS HERE TO STAY After many years* of personal contact with Station People, Mining1 and Motor ^Transport, I .can Supply all your Requirements HARDWARE, FURNITURE, LEATHER GOODS It M. WILLIAMS BOOT AND SADDLERY STOCKED LARGE STOCKS OF SECONDHAND CLOTHING MAIL ORDERS FORWARDED TO ALL STATIONS ALL CLASSES OF GOODS BOUGHT, SOLD OR EXCHANGED ? DON'T FORGET ? DON THOMAS Buys & Sells Everything I For Over 100 Years ^ GOLDSBROUGH, MOOT 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 //^d^Vi T* W* Ganley I (rV) Branch vv^^^^Vyy Local Manager: * Ken Milnes FAMILY BUTCHER Todd Street, Alice Springs— Phone 39 CIVILITY & ATTENTIO...

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