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Attitude of France to Austria's Future [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
Attitude of France ti Austria's Futurs Hyacinthe Philouze in " Sans Fil," write.« that, the events in Vienna con- tain a serious lesson : Burlin and Moscow must have no illusion about France's determination to oppose alike the Bolshevisarion and the German- isation of Austria. Further the French must utgê Prague and Bel grade to revise their economio agree- ments with Vionna, for a Zollverein of the Danube will be the only barrier against revolution and the Anschluss. Moreover, it 13 just as much in the interests of Belgrade and Prague as of Paris,"for in the event of a Euro- pean conflict, what will happen to the army of M. Benes, tha inventor of the dislocation of Austria, if it were hemmed in by the Ge»man, Austrian and Hungarian armies ?
League of Nations Must Save Germany To Guarantee Peace [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
League of Nations Must Save Ger- many To Guarantee Peace Marcel Ray in the " Petit Journal" writes that ihe whole of Europe ia partly responsible for the Austrian Malnise. It was too readily believed in Geneva and various oapitals that a sound currency would sudco to infuse fresh vigor into the country. No serious effort has been made to obtain for Austria the ourlets necessary if Bhe is to be independent. The recent rising bad nothing to do with the problem of the Anschluss, but if a repetition of tha rising is to ba avoided and if a reunion with Germany is not to become inevitable the League of Nations must resume and complet« the economic salvation of a country, the existence of which is one of the guarantees of peace.
HEENZO IS A MONEY SAVING COUGH MIXTURE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
HEENZO IS A MONEY SAVING COUGH MIXTURE By adding sweetened water to a 2a bottle of concentrated HEENZO you will have a family supply equal to eight ordinary sized bottles of the best medicine money can buy for the treatment of coughs, colds, croup bronchitis and influenza, Heenzo is delightful to the palate, docs not contain any drugs or poisons, and is equally good for young and old. HEENZO should be used in every home.
[?] Spoillng Efforts of France [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
Mussolini Spoiling Efforts of Franoe The "Ere Nouvelle" »tates that Mussolini is already adopting to the Austrian Government the tone that the Ballplatz used to employ towards Belgrade. Mussolini'* attitude ii serious not only becauie it shows the decadence of a once glorious nation but also because it will accelerate tbe fall of Austria into the Anschluss. Is it in France's interest, from the finan- cial point of view, to allow this to happen to a people which she has for eight years tried to save.
RAILWAY BLASTING ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
RAILWAY BLASTING ACCIDENT A further accident, the fourth on the new railway construction, hap- pened at 71 mile on Thursday morn- ing, when a premature explosion re- sulted in serious injury to Martin O'Brien, powder monkey in Healey's piecework gang. O'Brien was blasting &nbsp; in gravelly soil and received the full charge in his face, sustaining severe cuts about the face and completely losing the sight of the left eye. The unfortunate man, who was quickly motored to Marranboy Hospital by Healey, is making satisfactory pro- gress under Doctor Kirkland who was promptly in attendance.
RUSSIA AND COMMUNISM IN EUROPE AND ASIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
RUSSBA AND COMMUNISM IN EUROPE AND ASIA Leon Bailby in the "Intransigeant" writes that the diplomatic rupture with England caused Soviet Russia much more disappointment that it has dared to admit,' and now the at- tempt at a Communist revolution in> Vienna has failed and Berlin has dis- covered a Communist conspiracy which may have led to a quarrel be- tween the two neighbours. But as for ' Boukharine's war-threats they leave the writer unmoved, for the Russians have not the maaas of go- ing- to war. and their only real weap- on is underhand propaganda Perlina in the "Echo de Paris" wHries that for eight mo'.iUii.' there lind been periodical reports of Com- munist trouble in the Netherlands Indies. The Soviets are trying to strike at the colones oc European countries on the boiMOs of China. But ev.iry time tji''»~e has been an in- surrection in ïîataua. the Covernor Gen?;.i! and » ..?; officials have put it clown and the English at Singapore. have he^ed them by stamping out the n...
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS -o The Ten Commandments, staged on Saturday night drew a crowded house. The picture set out, in amaz- ing magnitude, the history of the enslavement of the Israelites by the Egyptian Pharoahs until their de- liverance, under Moses; by way of the Ked Sea, and afterwards until the Ten Commandments were de- livered to Moses. Then the scene changes to modern life; when two young men carpenters, living with their mother.-John; the esseuce of honesty and in full agreement with his mother's religious beliefs ; Danny the other, is an atheist; and boasts of his intention to go forth and en- joy life in his own way-to deliber- ately break every one of "your old Ten Commandments". "And,, you; John; can remain what you are; just a carpenter !" Then spake his mother "Some mighty fine men have been carpenters !" The atheist proceeds to make money as a contractor, break- ing all the Commandments except one when it suited him. With each step ui in gaining wealth as a dis- honest...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
MR it H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN >i 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 will- be prosecuted withou! respect to persons. G. STEVENS. ¿n.aSt;T&lt;rMu« vrc* t FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. Sawn and split J. ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALL WRIGHT, MacLachlan St. Wood Depot. PUBLIC NOTICE Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting bun alo or interfering with stock on Humpty Doo station without permission will be prosecuted irrespective of person or persons F. E. HOLMES Darwin, N. T. 19th August, 1927. _._ NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties owned by Yat Jjoong &lt;.re warned th:u Ie^al pro .eedings will be taken against oííenders. Notice is also given that the lane ...
DARWIN POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
DARWIN POLICE COURT Before V. L. Lampe Esq. S.M. on Monday last Duncan Roberts Presley was charged with being un- lawfully in control of 80 dozen finches Sgt. Stretton appeared on behalf of the prosecution and Mr Barratt for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Sgt Stretton said that on the 20th instant a number of birds were found in control of defendant and seized by the Police. Defendant when quest- ioned by police admitted being in charge of them. Willaim Lester Abbott, mounted' constable; stationed at Darwin; said that on th 20th instant he met the train at 2£ Mile at 7.30 p.m. He walked along and came to a produce van. The doors were open and the birds could be heard inside. He got inside and saw five cages of birds. He asked who was in charge of them . Defendant who was standing by re- plied "I am." Defendant interrupted at this stage, "Pardon your worship; that's a lie;" and was rebuked by his Coun- sel that he ought to know better., Continuing, witness said he asked defendant...
JUDGE SUPPORTS INFANTICIDE London, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 25 October 1927
JUDGE SUPPORTS INFANTICIDE London, Tuesday The question of the right.to kill was raised at the trial of Albert Davies, shipyard labourer, charged with wthe murder of his daughter Elsie, aged three years. The evi- &nbsp; dence given was that Davies drown- ed the child in a bath in order to end its agony resulting from a dead- ly disease from which its mother had previously died. The jury's verdict "not guilty" caused no surprise after the judge's remark that had this poor child been an animal instead of a human being the man would have been liable to punishment if he had not ended its suffering.
GN 267/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA Alteration and Variation of Limits of Boundaries of Gold Mining District [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
GN 267/27 THE TERRITORY. OF NORTH AUSTRALIA -o Alteration and Variation of Limits of Boundaries of Gold Mining District By virtue of the provisions of sec- tion 38 of the Northern Australia Act lbZb and section 6 of the Northern Territory Mining Act 1903, 1, the Honorable Charles William Clanan Marr, Minister of State for Home and Territories do hereby alter and vary the limits of the boundaries of Gold Mining District D to the limits and- boundaries as set out in Sched- ule hereto. THE SCHEDULE All that portion of tlie Territory of North Australia lying betv/een the 18th and 20th parallels of ¿outh latitude and between the 12yth and 131st meridians of east longitude. Dated at Melbourne this twenty fifth day of August, 1927. C. W. G. MARR, Minister for Home and Territories
GN 266/27 THE TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Abolition of Gold Mining District [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
GN 260/27 THE TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA --o Abolition of Gold Mining District By virtue of the provisions of sec- tion 38 of the Northern Australia Act 1926 and section 6 of the Northern Territory Mining Act 1903, I, the Honorable Charles William Clanan Marr, Minister of State for Home and Territories do hereby abolish Gold Mining District C, me limits and boundaries of which District are set out in the Schedule hereto. The Schedule All that portion of ttíe Territory of Central Australia lying between the 23rd and 26th parallels of south lat- itude and between the 133rd and 136th meridians of east longitude. Dated at Melbourne this twenty fifth day of August, 1927. C. W. C. MARR, Minister for Home and Temtc ries
GN 265/27 THE TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA New Gold Mining District [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
GN 265/27 THE TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA New Gold Shining District By virtue of the provisions of sec- tion ¿8 of the Northern Australia Act 1926 and section 6 of the Northern Territory Mining Act 1903, I, tne Honorable Charles William Ganan Marr, Minister of State for Home and Territories, do hereby erect that portion of the Territory of Central Australia, the limits and boundaries whereof are defined in the Schedule hereto, into a Gold Mining District, with the distinguishing name of "Gold Mining District B." The Schedule All that portion of the Territory of Central Australia lying between the 20th and 21st parallels of south lat- itude and between the 129th and 131st meridians of east longitude Dated at Melbourne this twenty fifth day of August, 1927. C. W. C. MARR, Minister for Home and Territories
GN 272/27 PROCLAMATION Commonwealth of Australia to wit STONEHAVEN Governor-General. By His Excellency the Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
GN 272/27 PROCLAMATION Commonwealth oí Jtíy Jüis Excellency the Australia to wit Governor - Ueneial of STONEHAVEN the Commonwealth of Governoi -General. Australia. Whereas by virtue of section 78 of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924 1927 of the Territory of North Aus- tralia, the Governor-General may, by Proclamation, reserve for any public purpose, which he thinks fit, -any un alienated Crown lands, not subject to any right of, or contract for, pur- chase. And whereas it is desirable to re- serve for commonage purposes, cer- tain unalienated Crown lands in North Australia, which are not subject to any right of or contract for purchase Now therefore I, John Lawrence, Baron Stonehaven, the Governor 'General aforesaid, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, do hereby reserve the Crown lands, described in Schedule- hereto for commonage purposes. v The Schedule All those unalienated Crown lands in the Territory of North Australia which are not subject to any right of or c...
The Schedule NORTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
The Schedule NORTH AUSTRALIA The following pieces or parcels of land in the Territory of North Aus- tralia ; County1 of Palmerston Hundred of Bagot All that piece or parcel of land at Darwin, in the Hundred of Bagot : Commencing at a point in the high- water mark of the Timor Sea at its intersection with the production westerly of the northern boundary of section 8; thence easterly by that pro- duction and that boundary ; thence southerly by the eastern Jjo:wd¿in.°s of sections 8, 7, and 1, and the latter boundary produced to its intersect- ion with the high-water mark of Frances Bay ; thence generally south- erly, westerly, northerly, and north- easterly by the high-water marks of Frances Bay, Port Darwin, Fanny Bay and Timor Sea to the commencing' point. Hundred of Bray AH that piece or parcel of lana at West Point : Commencing at a point in the high-water mai*K of Wood's Inlet at its intersection wiih the production southerly of the west- ern boundary of section 7 ; 1 hence, nort...
MINISTER SAYS NO EXPLOITATION OF ABORIGINALS Canberra, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
MINISTER SAYS N0 EXPLOITA TION OF ABORIGINALS Canberra, Thursday. In the House of Representatives, answer was tabled by the Minister for Home and Territories (Mr Marr) to the question asked last week by Mr Nelson, who directed the atten- tion of the Minister to the allegation that Aboriginals were being exploit- ed on Government contracts for sleeper cutting in the Northern Territory. It stated in answer that certain contractors were employing Aboriginals but the Aborigines board was controlling this employment. The aboriginals were free agents. They could cleave their employment at any time they desired, and the Director of Aborigines was in' charge of the camps to see there was no ex- ploitation..
GN 284/27 PROCLAMATION Australia to wit Stonehaven, Governor-General. By His Excellency the Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
' GN 284/27 PROCLAMATION Australia to wit Stonehaven, Governor-General., By His Excellency the Governor-Gen- eral of the Com- monwealth of Australia, Whereas by' section one hundred and twenty-four of the Defence Act 1903 1927, it is enacted, inter alia, that the Governor-General may make regulat- ions prescribing matters providing for and in relation to the regulation, control, or prohibition, of the con- struction of buildings or other erect ins within areas proclaimed by him to be areas in which such regulation, control, or prohibition is necessary for the defence of the Common- wealth : And whereas, in the opinion of the Governor-General, the regulation control, or prohibition; of the con- struction of buildings or other erect- ions within the areas described in the Schedule hereto is necessary for the defence of the Commonwealth: Now therefore I, John Lawrence Baron Stonehaven, the .Governor General aforesaid, acting with the ad- vice of the Federal Executive Council do hereby ...
HUGE DRUG TRAFFIC ORGANIZATION DISCOVERED Calcutta, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
HUGE DRUG TRAFFIC ORGANIZA TION DISCOVERED Calcutta, Thursday. /»n amazing discovery of an Inter- national Drug Trafficking organiza- tion has resulted from recent raids in Calcutta and through secret codes found, Excise Officers in Germany have been enabled to trace traffick- ers in the Indian and Far Eastern drug traffic. A Liverpool Chemist and two go-betweens are alleged to have carried on negotiations with a Calcutta organization. Following upon the arrest of a beautiful Rus- sian emigre at Hongkong for haivng a large quantity of Heroin concealed in her trunks, a document found upon her accomplice led to the search of a Berlin flat. This resulted in the discovery cf correspondence and of a secret code used by a gang with its agents in* various countries.