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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
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FOOTBALL LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
FOOTBALL LEAGUE A meeting of the N.T. Football League was held at Club Hotel last night. Present: Messrs J W Young (Pre- sident), C Clark (Vice President), F J King and H Partridge (Waratahs), J W Nichols (Magpies), J. Kennett (Buffaloes) and the secretary, Mr L Ashton. General business was ealt with and several matters of import- ance were held over until next ineet ing. The draw foi' this season's matches resulted in this order:-Buffaloes v. Waratahs first" match; Magpies v. Buffaloes second match; and Wara- tahs v. Magpies third match. The first match of the season to be clay- ed OP Saturday November 26.
Electing Non-Communists To London Trades Council Executive. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
Electing Non-Communists To London Trades Council Executive. When the London Trades Council adopted the Labour Party's decisions disaffiliating Communists from the party it was found that there were not enough non-Communists members of the1 Executive left to form a quorum to carry on, and the executive's* busi- ness, therefore, came to a standstill. Kecantly the Council took steps to elect sufficent new members to form a quorum, and- other non-Communist members are to be elected ab another mee'ing. When the chairman (Mr.E Friend, Printing and Bookbinding Workers' Union) called for nominations for the election of candidate? he challenged each candidate with the question, "Are you a member of the Communist party? " Several replied, '.Yes, and proud of it," and were promptly dis- qualified, amid cheers and counter cheers. Those who replied "No" were accepted tis condidates, and six of them were elected* , Communists are now excluded from any association with the council which represents...
Has British Empire Suicidal Tendency? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
Has British Empire Suicidal Tendency ? Sir John Brickwood, Bart., writing to the " Morning Post " says : "Why do we worry ourselves about birth control while the world is waiting for members of the British race to fill up the waste places ? Australia has room for one hundred millions." South Afrioa, Rhodesia, and Kenya have aocommodatien for another million. Canada will want half a million, and other British positssions want as many, The British State educates its children free ; in the winter local authorities feed them. Many towns provide tbem with ' free shoes and .often other clothing. Maternity homes are to be found everywhere, and free medical provision is available wher« wanted-even frc» dental pro- vision. The children are wanted. We don't want these distant' parts of our Empire to be filled with Chinese or negroes. Then why talk of birth control ?
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
(To the Editor) Dear Sir,-The 80 dozen painted finches contained in the live neatly made wire cases which were con- signed by Duncan Presiey at Kath- erine to Mr Watts at jJarwin ana taken by the Ponce at 2-¿- Mile nave now apparently been liberated. In view of Mr Barratt's exposit- ion of the law when he said the Police had no right to remove goods in the care custody and control of the Railways Department, one might naturally nave expected the Rail- ways Department to claim them for delivery to the Consignee. To the layman, it appears extremely ano- malous that the Railway Depart- ment will accept goods for transí* at owners risk the law will say they are the property of the Railway while in transit and could not legally be removed from the van, and yet the Railways will not re- quire the Police Department to hand them back with a view to permitting the owner tovreceive them. Such treatment meted out Lo consignee and consignor should surely make people hesitate about using rail- w...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
ADAMS & -FOSTER, Newsagents & Stationery, Cavenagh Street, Dar- win, receive new records - ever} month. BONJEAN AMENORRHOEA PILLS Relieve all Female Weak- nesses Prie« 5/- and 10/- per box. Catalogue of Toilet Requisites Posted Free to Any Address SOLE AGENT. R J POULTON CONSULTING CHEMIST 119 Bourke St-Melbourtie BAP.WIK feAGGAGE AND CARRIE« 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 N«xt doer to Terminus Dote! Caven- agh Street, Dnrwii« AU work turned out in first clasä styl« aad saisfaction guaranteed. A Trial Solicited N1SS FRANCESCA BLEESER SMITH STREET, DARWIN. Imported Handworked Cood3 Em- broidered. Linen. Bridge Sets, Tray Cloths, Ponge Sük- 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 evenin...
GN 264/27 THE TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA New Gold Mining District [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
GN 264/27 THE TERRITORY Oí1 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA --o New 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 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 A." The Schedule The whole of the Territory of Central Australia excepting that por- tion lying between the 20th and 21st parallels of south .latitude and be- tween 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 268/27 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 268/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA 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 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 alter and vary the limits of the boundaries of Gold Mining District E to the limits and boundaries as set out in Sched- ule hereto. The Schedule All that portion of the Territory of North Australia lying between the 19th and 20th parallels of south latit- ude 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 Territories
Di[?]goes [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
Dingoes There are about six speoies of the ^enus "dingo" in Australia, viz No.!.-The dingo with fairly long yellow hair, brush tail, symmetrically limbed, finely shaped when young and healthy, has a pleasing appearance. Common to most parts of this conti- nent. No. 2.-A somewhat smaller dog, dark brown hair tipped with a metallic hued yellow, longish hair, slightly brushed tail. Found im the mulga country, W.A. No. 3.-Supposed to be the smallest dog on earth, can be put in an ordin- ary coat pocket without bulging it perceptibly. Colour yellow drab, little cocked ears and fine tail, fluffy hair. No. 4.- The burliest wild dog in this country (W.'A.). A rough shaggy prowler not unlike a gigantic Irish ferrier , very leggy, long body standing higher than the average. Whenever your eye finds this brute it is looking sideways at you, well out of range. It ÍB a terror on small stock, but it ia bossed by the eagle hawk It generally kills two, or three quarry when oppor. tunity occurs, as t...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
D Make Certain of your comfort in a pair of " Standard " 74's ! ë They keep their shape until the end Northern Territory men will find in them more comfort than they expect and longer wear than is usual. Fine soft leather, fitted with elastic sides, designed for hard conditions. Ask you storekeeper for the "Standard" 74. If you cannot procure, write to the Davey Halliday Co , Limited, for name of your local retailer. Look for this brand on every pair Sole Manufacturers Brisbane Queensland Every pair Guaranteed D ADAMS & FOSTER CHEER UP OLD MAN A JAZZ RECORD WILL CURE ADAMS & FOSTER IT!! ADAMS & FOSTER "ft . Stock REXONOLAS and they get NEW MACHINES and FRESH RECORDS by EVERY STEAMER see the LATEST PORTABLE THE REXOPORT ONLY £4/10/0 ONLY THE REXONOLA IS THE BEST MACHINE ON THE MARKET TO-DAY Sweet in Tone AND LOW IN PRICE ALL MACHINES and RECORDS at SOUTHERN PRICES
DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL -o The ordinary general meeting of the Council was held on Wednesday last, all of the members being pre- sent. Correspondence Letter to Government Resident informing that most important work required was to: concrete portion of existing drain in Bennett St. at right hand side; make concrete drain in Bennett St. opposite section 310 and across roadway to existing drain; concrete drain on Esplanade from Smith to Mitchell St; concrete exist- ing drain at corner of Oval. Reply from Government Resident that six men had been sent by Chief Medical Ofticer, each bearing letter of identification and signed i under- taking to comply with conditions prescribed for relief work. Letter from N.A.. Football Lea rue relative to application for use of Oval for 1927-1928 season. Cr Brown said he did not thin,k the Council could consider fencing the Oval as desired by the League. The Mayor said he was against any charge being made for entrance to the Oval. The taking of a voluntary...
Advance Australia! [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
Advance Australia " What is claimed to be the first fall cargo of Canadian timber shipped to England for fifteen years was un- loaded from the ss A tos, at the Surrey Commercial ' Docks a few days ago," writes a timber correspondent. He adds-" A few shiploads of good Aus- tralian hardwoods would be a welcome Bight at London Docks." We agree,
Darwin Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
Darwin Police Court. Before N. C. Bell, Esq., 3.M. On Wednesday last John Lane was charged -with having unlawfully in his control two and a -half dozen finches, and pleaded guilty. Sgt. Stretton said defendant was of good charaoter, had been employed at Katherine for some time, and came to Darwin on Friday last en route for south. He .made enquiries at Kath erine and was wrongly informed lhere was nothing to prevent him catching a few dozen birds as domestic pets. By the number of birds found in his possession it was apparent he was not dealing in them but taking them down as domestio pets, and in the circum- stances he would suggest that a light penalty would meet the ends of justice, Defendant said he carne from West Australia five months ago and did not know the law relating to birds. He found people in Darwin had birds as domestic pets for which they said they had no permit. His Worship said defiudant having pleaded guilty a fine would be im- posed of 5s and court fees 15s, in d...
GN 281/27 PROCLAMATION Australia to wit[?] STONEHAVEN, Governor-General. By His Ex[?]ency the Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
GN 281/27 PROCLAMATION lïy 11.s Kxcellency Austruhu. to wit tue Governor Cen STüNJiliAVJáN, erul of the Coimnoii Govemor Geneial. wealth of Auairalia. Whereas by the Quarantine Act 1908-1924, it is enacted that the Governor-General, may by Proclamat- ion, prohibit the importation into Australia oi any articles likely in his opinion to introduce any infectious or contagious disease, and that the in w er of prohibition shall extend to pro- hibition generally, or with limitations as to place and subject-matter : And whereas owing to the danger of introducing foot-and-mouth disease into Australia it is desirable to pro- hibit the introduction of straw pack- ing with goods arriving from any part of the world, subject to certain conditions : Now therefore Ï, John Lawrence, Baron Stonehaven, the Governor General aforesaid, acting with the ad- vice of the Federal Executive Council do hereby prohibit as from the first day of January, 1928, the importation into Australia of straw packing of a...