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NEW BRIDGE AT MILDURA OPENED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

NEW BRIDGE AT MILDURA OPENED The secretary for the Dominions (Mr Amery) on Saturday opened a new £10,000 bridge over the Murray at Mildura. He praised the border agreement bridge which is one of four built across the river under the terms of the agreement,, and de- scribed it as "one more link in a chain of great engineering works destined to turn into use one of Australia's greatest assets."

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

CALENDAR FßF: CGTG3ER vïon Tues Wed Thurí 3 Fri Sat 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 1.1 12 13 14 15 17 IS 19 20 2; 20, 24 25 26 27. 28 29 31 First Quarter 4th; Full Moon 11th; Last Quarter 18th; New Moon 26th.

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

Cutiera Helps to Retain The Freshness of Youth How lovely the natural skin, kept clear, fresh and healthy by daily «se of Cuticura Soap assisted, now and. then, by touches of the Ointment to soothe and beal the first signs of redness or irritation. r Soap ls.,Takuin J a.3d., Ointment Is. and Za. For sample Soap and Ointment ad- dress^" R. Towns & Cc.Sydney.N.S.W." Cuticura Shaving Stick Is. Gd.

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METAL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

METAL ¡HARKET The following information has been received by telegraph by the Mines Department : Copper Spot 53 16 10V three months 54 1 10& Electrolytic . 61 15 0 forward 62 5 0 Lead Spot 20 2 6 forward 20 15 0 Spelter Spot 26 10 0 forward 26 6 3 Tin Spot 266 16 3 three months 264 1 3 forward 2 1 11/1£ Silver Standard Spot 2 111/16 Fine Spot 2 3T .forward 2 3? - Molynbenrm 2 0 0 Wolfram 12 U

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

BONJEAN AMENORRHOEA PILLS Kélieve 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 DARWIN BAGGAGE AND CARRIER SERVICE. 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 Next door to Terminus Jotel Caven- agh Street, Darwik All work turned out in first class style aad saisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited 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. A limited number of day and evening frocks always on hand. Country orders receive special at- tention . r\ Limited & STOCK, STAT20IM, AND GENERAL COMMIS...

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS CUSTOMS FIND TANKS FULL OF CHINAMEN Fremantle Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

8ENERAL TELEGRAMS CUSTOMS FIND TANKS FULL OF CHINAMEN Fremantle Monday In an atmosphere so foul that acetylene lamps were instantly ex- tinguished, 50 Chinamen were found by the Customs searchers on the Dutch freighter Almkerk. The Cus- toms officials have upset a deep laid plan to smuggle Chinamen into Aus- tralia. A further search of the water tanks where the stowaways were found revealed that each Chinaman had been supplied with an electric torch and a refill battery. Playing cards and tobacco» a big iully loaded Browning automatic with several hundred rounds of ammunition a load ed magazine for a pistol of another calibre, and 63 passports made out ,in Amsterdam were also abandoned by the Chinamen before they were brought out of the tanks.

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SHEEP DYING FROM CAUSE UNKNOWN Brisbane Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

SHEEP DYING FROM CAUSE UNKNOWN Brisbane Monday Sheep are dying in the south west of Queensland from a mysterious cause. Already 1,000 have been Jost They show no sign of pain but simply lie down and close their eyes and die Samples of 14 different grasses have been sent to Brisbane for examinat- ion by the Govt Botanist.

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

NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES -o s.S. MARELLA From Southern Ports Consignees are hereby notified thal all cargo ex s.s. Marella will be de- livered by the vessel at the Railwa/ Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility ends when the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tackte and delivery so far as the ship is concerned will be deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must be pro- duced and surrendered at the office of the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob- tained, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised unless lodged WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date of the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., AGENTS. FRANCIS U HARDEN M A Late Chief Medical Officer H. M. Hospital Ship "R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Consultations-9-12 a.m., 2-i p.m., 7-8 p.m: Expectant mother are offered the boon of painless childbirth. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL ADAMS & FOSTER, Newsagents & Stationery. Cavenagh Street, ...

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CONSTIPATION The Origin of Most Illnesses. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

The Origin of Most Illnesses. Constipation is like stuffing up the Bewers of the city, and keeping all the filth in them till they are filled with poison and corruption, breeding disease and pestilence. When the howels are clogged, the waste matter decays and ferments, and enters the blood, and is carried to all parts of the hody, producing Headaches, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, and various other ailments, disturbing the heart and nervous system, and if continued is liable to cause inflammation of the bowels, liver and kidneys. To maintain a healthy system, the bowels should operate at least once every 2i hours. This is one of Nature's wise provisions which ia too often ignored. As a remedy for Constipation, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have proved their value beyond doubt. They act upon the liver and stimulate the secretion of bile, which thoroughly digests the food, and assists the bowels, in a perfectly natural manner, to throw off the waste matter from the system. These Pills do not...

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BOMBING SYDNEY STORY QUESTIONED Sydney Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

BOMBING SYDNEY STORY QUESTIONED Sydney Tuesday The assertions of A. Stein, Chief Officer of the German steamer Main that when a flight officer on the raid er Wolf during the war he flew over Sydney but refrained from dropping bombs, is contested by a retired ship's officer who claims to have been a prisoner on the Wolf. He says that the only time the vessel sighted the New South Wales coast was when a mine field was set off Gabo Island during the voyage north- ward. The Wolf kept well away from the coast to avoid observation, the officer adds. The aeroplane was dismantled and stowed away' during the whole of the time the raider was in the Tasman sea, and on one occas- ion the heavily armed Wolf bolted from the sugar steamer Fiona, fear- ing she was a disguised warship. A member of the A.I.F. who has read the book written by the Captain of the raider says it contains no men- tion of such a daring event as'n ?' over Sydney. A German says the flight was made and that Stein re- joined t...

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

TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS -o 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 cottntry orders and for which we can quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD & LODGING from £2 5s, Prompt Delivery. AU tho Best Brands kept. Siufficient Address : PARER, Darwin. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only beac brands of wines au'v spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA Proprietress Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent boarders Breakfast from 6.30 a m to 9 a ni 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 FONG NA! Proprietor Shing Lep & Go TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge ments, Local postcards. Films or plates developed and printed for amate¡urs. All work executed by return post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe. P O Box 77. Gee Fong M...

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MR BRUCE'S DENIAL Melbourne Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

MR BRUCES DENIAL Melbourne Tuesday Referring to the rumour that his retirement was impending, the Prime Minister, Mr Bruce said there was no foundation for it.

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SUDDEN DEATH OF CHARLIE ROWAND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

SUDDEN DEATH OF CHARLIE ROWAND From Brock's Creek comes news of the sudden death of Charles Scott MacDonald Kowand who left Darwin by motor truck at 9 a.m. on Friday last accompanied by Thomas Mullen and Thomas Williams, proceeding to the railhead at Katherine. Deceas- ed died during the journey at about 4p.m. the same day. Messrs Mullen and Williams conveyed the body to Brock's Creek and handed it over to the police there who reported the matter to Coroner Brown. Deceased was well and favourably known throughout North Australia and had been in Drawin for about six weeks. He was returning to Mar ranboy where he liad resided for many years and following the occupât ion of miner and prospector. He was about 60 years of age.

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ARCHBISHOP REBUKES DARWINIAN BISHOP London, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

ARCHBISHOP REBUKES DARWIN- IAN BISHOP London, Tuesday The controversy raised by the de- nunciation of the Bishop of Birming- ham, the Right Rev. Dr Barnes, in St Paul's Cathedral last Sunday reached a climax when the Arch- bishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev. Dr Randall Davidson, issued to his brother bishop a rebuke unprecedent- ed in Anglican history.

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BURNING A "WITCH" Woman Snatched From Death [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

BURNING A "WITCH" -o Woman Snatched From Death The astounding fact of an attempt which was very nearly successful, to burn alive as a witch an old beggar woman who had somehow aroused the suspicions of the neighbourhood in which she lived, is reported from Ungavar¿ in Slovakia. The superstitious fantasies of the local peasants had become so in- flamed that several of them actually believed that they had seen her in intercourse with the devil. Stories to this effect so worked on the minds of a party of young men that one night they raided the hut of the j.oor woman who is over 70 years of age; dragged her off into the forest, tied her fast to a tree, built up a bonlire round her and set light to it. Only the chance presence in that portion of the wood of a hunting party saved her life. Her pitiful screams of fear and pain were heard; and help reached her just in the nick of time to prevent her from being burnt to death. ,

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WILL MR. BRUCE RETIRE? Melbourne Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

WILL MR BRUCE RETIRE ? Melbourne Monday When a rumour ¿hat he might re- tire from active politics was com- municated to the Prime Minister, Mr Bruce; he declined to make any statement for publication. He was not prepared either to confirm or deny the rumour.

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Mussolini Alive To Anschluss Danger [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

Mussolini Alive To Anschluss Danger Pertinax examines the possibla consequences of the revolutionary attempt at Vienna, Any strengthen- ing of the Austrian Social Demoorats cannot fail to increase the general feeling of uneasiness and instability in the country, Now, less than ever, should the problem of the Anschluss be lost sight of, and tbe determination to uphold the 1919 treaty should be left, ia no doubt, Pertinax does not believe the press report» of an Italian intervention. If there is one consid- eration likely to make Mussolini cir- cumspect, it ia that in Hungary and Austria Fascism and Pan-Germanism are identical, and Mussolini is more alive than anyone to the danger of Anschluss.

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FRENCH VIEW OF ROUMANIAN POLITICS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

FRENCH VIEW OF ROUMANIAN POLITICS A correspondent of The Temps pays that with M. Jean Bratiano at the head of the Government ther¿ is no fear of Roumania embarking upon adventures at home or abroad. On the threshold of a new reign the Gov- ernment and people are faced with the task of consolidating their nat- ional unity .so that there may be peace and security by the mainten- ance of the existing treaties. By her alliances and the place she occupies in the Little Entente, Rumania ex- ercises considerable influence in the Balkans and Central Europe ard the continuity of her foreign policy is important for the maintenance of European peace. Rumania is at once a solid rampart against Russian Bol- shevism against disorder in .the Bal- kans and against German expansion towards the east of Europe.

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Western Powers Blamed For Vienna Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

Western Powers Blamed For Vienna Troubles Perdnex in the " Echo de Paris " writes that the Western Powers, by allowing doubt to grow regarding their intention to defend the 1919 treaties, and the Succession States by not encouraging trade with Austria, bear some share of the responsibility for the troublée in Vienna, and it is to be hoped that the lesson will be learned before it is too late. But Pertiuax regards the Austrian Social- ists as fcbe chief culprits and remarks incidentally that they openly express tbeir support of the Anschluss.

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POVERTY IN IRELAND LEADS TO POTEEN MAKING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927

POVERTY IN IRELAND LEADS TO POTEEN MAKING At Gweedore, Co Donegal; Peter Gallagher arid John Hankin, both of Gweedore, pleaded guilty to being engaged in the manufacture of poteen. It was stated that the men were discovered on the side of a lonely mountain n the early hours of the morning. On seeing the Civic Guards they rushed away to evaJe capture. The guards however gave chase for nearly an hour under con- siderable difficulies. Although one of the guards fired revolver shots with a view to making the men aband on their flight, the fugitives refused to halt, but were eventually captured at a spot where was a complete stilling apparatus together with a consider- able quantity of illicit spirits. It was pleaded on the men's behalf that they were driven -¡o poteen-mak,:: ¡g through poverty. The accused men were sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labour.

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