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G N 282/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA HEALTH ORDINANCE 1915-1924 SANITARY AND GARBAGE CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
G N 282/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA HEALTH ORDINANCE 1915-1924 SANITARY AND GARBAGE CHARGES BY virtue of the provisions of the Health Ordinance 1915-1924 and the Northern Australia Act 1926, I, Rob- ert Hunter Weddell,. Government Resident of North Australia, do here- by make in respect of the Katherine Daly Waters Health Area an annual charge for each pan in respect of which sanitary services are supplied of Eight Pounds (£8) for a bi-week- ly sanitary service for night soil and urine and of Three pounds ($3) for a bi-weekly garbage service paya,ble quarterly in advance on the first days of the months of November, Febru- ary, May, and August in every year. Dated at Darwin this twenty-four- th day of October 1927. R. H. WEDDELL, Government Resident of ' North Australia.*
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
Dr. Haworth DENTIST KATHERINE Bridgework according to arrange- ment. Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whoso teeth need attention can have them put in order at a charge to suit their pocket. More expensive work supplied to those who desire it. WILL VISIT DARWIN MONTHLY Dr.H. Leighton Jones HOURS AT HOME 8 to 9 a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8 to 9 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Whenever possible notification re- garding visits required should be|made before 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 DARWINJ3ÄFE, COOL, CLEAN AND P.tïW FORTAB LE Quicí; cinc t> "nient Service and V« :"! .' '&lt;>'.! .'-.d r'ood. MEALS AT ALL llOURS FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarders 30/-; 21 Mea) Tickets 35/-; Single Meals 1/9. Wittel Son PHONE 59: Carriers and Contractors Boats and Trains Met 5 and 7 Seater Cars for Hire Repairs. A Specialty Split and Sawn Wood A Trial will Convince 'Cal! and inspect our Large stock of Spares Mid accessories. Weean supply you...
G.N 269/27 TENDERS FOR FIREWOOD. PINE CREEK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
G.N 269/27 TENDERS FOR FIREWOOD. PINE CREEK HOSPITAL. TENDERS are called for the supply of twelve (12) cords of long wood, to be delivered at the Pine Creek Hospital, cut in 6 ft. lengths. The wood is not to be more than six (6) inches, or less than two (2) inches in diameter, and may be Stringy bark, Redgum, Woolybutt or other good burning wood; but soft or sappy woods will not be accepted. Hollow logs with a pipe of over two inches must be split into two (2) pieces. , r. Delivery is to be made at the rate of net less than six (6) cords per month, the first six (0) coras to be delivered within one (i) month alter the notification of tne acceptance of the tender. Tiie wood is to be delivered and stacked at the Pine Creek Hospital in the place and manner as directed by the (Juicer-in-charge of the Police Station at Pine ureek. Tenderers are to state in their tenders the price per cord of one hundred and twenty-eight (128 J cubic feet. Penders are to be superscribed " Tenders for ¿fir...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
FOR SALE One Buick Car and one perambu- lator. Apply G. Seale. FOR SALE Tangye Oil Engine; 3£- h.p.;. in good order; dirt cheap at £15 cash.. TIMES OFFICE CHRIST CHURCH TRINITY 20 7.30 a.m-Holy Communion 10 am.-Eucharist. 8 p.m.-Evensong APPLICATIONS are hereby invit- ed for the position of Central Um- pires for the forthcoming season 1927-28. Salary £2/2/0 match. Ap- plications close on 12/11/27. LEN ASHTON, Hon Secy. N.T. Football League. DON PICTURES GAZETTE STAR LAURETTE TAYLOR IN PEG '0 my HEART COMEDY CHRISTIE -o Al ? Don't Miss this Opportunity, 4 1 I" ' vc ' . I.*.. -I ^ JS -- __ ] 1 |it It- Vv^,i!i^i-.i ill » »li j, ;j,rTí^;l,4 - »^'fj» i J} * Value Aiiii-liiiJH m Au&îMlia» Adams & F3síers Ths Methodist Mission Sunday School Picnic will be held at Mindill Beach on Saturday afternoon. JOB PRINTING of all kinds exe cuted tastefully and satisfactorily at the N. T. Times Office. _.",T
London Magistrates Blush. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
London Magistrates Blush. Twenty years ago the youths and larrikins of Sydney had a never-end- ing source of amusement in the antics of figleaf Chidley, the author of a classic labelled (not libelled) "The Answer," (That " great work," by the way, never appealed to the " Mother Grundy " elements in any of the States.) Chidley the Second has now arisen in London, but the Hyde Park police imagine his fig-leaf garment is even worse than the " skirtlet " of the modern flapper, so he's not having as happy a time as that enjoyed by the Sydney philoso- pher. Even hardened Stipendiaries veil their blushes and cry aloud "Take him away " when what appears to be a professional diver springs into the dock.
G N 283/27 ABORIGINALS ORDINANCE 1918-1927 PROHIBITED AREA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 October 1927
G N 283/27 ABORIGINALS ORDINANCE 1918-1927 PROHIBITED AREA IN pursuance of the powers con- ferred upon me by the Aboriginals Ordinance 1918-1927 and the North- ern Australia Act 1926 I, Robert Hunter Weddell, Government Resi- dent of North Australia, hereby de- clare all that area of land commenc- ing at Brocks Creek Station thence &nbsp; East South East along the Railway line for a distance of one and a half miles, thence due South for a dis- tance of one mile, thence due North for a distance of about one and a quarter miles, thence along the Railway line to the point of com- mencement to be a Prohibited Area. Dated at Darwin this 24th day of October, 1927. R. H. WEDDELL, Government Resident of North Australia.
HIGH COURT APPEAL Leave Refused Melbourne Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
HIGH COURT APPEAL Leave Refused Melbourne Monday The High Court to-day refused leave to appeal in the Rindberg case, (This case was originally heard at Pine Creek when Edwin Verbürg, oí Adelaide River, obtained a verdict against Andreas Rindberg in connect- ion with the sale of a farm. On ap- peal the verdict was set aside by the Darwin Supreme Court. Against .this latter decision Mr Verbürg sought to appeal to the High Court. Leave to appeal was refused.)
DON CINEMA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
DON CINEMA The Don Cinema will screen bo night, the master picture "The Bush whackers" a grand drama that breath es the spirit of Ai'scrïîas pxeat out- back of sturdy pioneers who battle with nature in quest of gold and the brave hearted woman whose forti- tude and cheerful endurance spins them on with renewed courage. Filmed amid the grandeur of Aus tralias unsurpassable back country scenery. Played by a noted cast. Patrons should book early for Satur- days star, Rudolph Valentino in Mon- sieur Beaucaire. -No bookings .for deck chairs at ticket box night oí picture. Box plan now open. Book now and don't be diss'apointed. Mounted Constable Frank Sheridan came into Darwin on Saturday from Wave Hill with a number of Abor- iginals. O'Loughlan, who is alleged to have been wounded in the leg by a shot- gun, is making good progress in Dar- win Hospital. A Greek named Harry Papa George has been arrested in connection with the affair. The A. G. Macallister, mentioned in cables from China in...
KEW PALACE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
KEW PALACE -o The original Royal Palace of Kew was pulled down in 1803 and there is no trace to-day of the pleasant country house where Frederick Prince of Wales lived with his wife the Princess Augusta who founded Kew Gardens with her exotic garden in 1759. It was here that George III and Queen Charlotte loved to 'come and stay. The present house was used as a nursery for their children, and later on was given as an establishment for the Prince of Wales. The tiny ante room to the library on the left still preserves the lovely panelling of the old house. All the other rooms are dignified, some of them with wide, low window seats. Ivlany famous people lived at Kew. They include Sir Peter Lily, Gains î'O'ough (who was buried in Kew Church), Sir John Duckering', Lord Krcper" of the Great Seal in the time of Queen Elizabeth, and Charles Somerset, Earl of Worcester.
TREES WITH SQUARE TRUNKS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
TREES WITH SQUARE TRUNKS An attempt is being made by forestry experts to grow trees with square trunks instead of round ones. The aim is to eliminate waste «no' enable the lumbermen to cut the trees into many similar-sized sec- tions. Co-incident With the experi- ment, it is proposed to restrict the numbers of useless trees in the woild and to grow in their places giant pii:o or other- trees. Among the :rees classed« as useless would be those which grow in a forest near the West Coast of Africa.. Their trunks are often as much as four feet, in dia- meter. But they only reach a height of one foot. No tree bears more than two leaves, which are sometimes six feet long.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
On Face, In Blotches and Festered, Cuticura Heals. ? ? » "I had blackheads and pimples on my face for a long time and could not get rid of th^em. They came in blotches and festered, and the skin about the nose was red. They were itchy and I kept scratching until eruptions came. " I had these for some months and tried different remedies before seeing an advoitisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I sent for samples and after buying mora, in a short time was completely healed." (Signed) Miss M. Allan, Webb St., Menzies, W. A., Oct. 21, 1926. Use Cuticura for every-day' toilet purposes. Bathe with Soap, soothe with Ointment, dust with Talcum. Soap Is., Talcum la. 3d., Ointment 1B. and 2s. For sample Soap and Ointmem. cà dres3: "R. Towns & Co.. Sydney, N. S.W." Cuticura Shaving Stick Is. 6d.
DARWIN POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
DARWIN POLICE COURT Bf ore V. L. Lampe Esq S.M. on Saturday, Ezra Garmer was charged with being drunk in Cavenagh Street He was convicted and discharged on payment of police costs, 5/-. I The auxilliary ketch Pat left port, for Victoria River, on Sunday last. A sen doff to Miss Finniss and Mr A. E. Olsen has been arranged by members of the Church of England congregation. The sendoff will be held in ,the Church grounds at 4 p.m. on Saturday, 5th November, 1927. All are welcome. Ladies please bring re- freshments. Mr and Mrs Ingram, of Katherine, were renewing old acquaintances 'ii Darwin during the week end. At last Federal Election, a total of 1440 votes were cast : Alice Springs 160, Batchelor 574, Darwin 706. For the Advisory Council Election, with more names on the roll (exclud- ing Alice Springs), the voting so far is : Darwin 341, Batchlor 285, total 626.
FOOD IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
FOOD IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY In the "English Housewife" for 1660, we are told that for one course of a dinner there must be no less than two and thirty dishes, which is as much as can conveiently stand on one table, and after this you may proportion your second and third course." Sixteen dishes of meat was "a good proportion for one course !" Vegtables did not come into gener- al use till the end of the eighteenth century, when "the favourite dishes were as follows : Roast pike, Scotch collops, stewed crab, boiled chickens, quaking pudding; roast tongue with vension sauce, beans and bacon, tur- key, ducks and rabbits, strawberries, roast lobster and peas with green codlings, apricot custards, sweetmeat tarts, preserved damsons and flum- mery.
EASIER TO WRITE JAZZ [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
EASIER TO WRITE JAZZ Most people who write light music of tne popuiar type tell us that it is not only much more ditticuit to write than ic sounds, but more difficult to write than is more serious music. George Gershwin, the writer of the "Rhapsody in Blue" and other jazz works, however, tells a different story. Gershwin has ambitions as a serious composer, and reports speak well of his attempts in this direction He has written a concerto, and hes has written a musical comedy, and of the two it is the concerto tnat has given him the most work and the most trouble. "A musical comedy," he has said, "is the work only ol' a few hours to get into the right shape and sketch out in greater or less de- tail. The concerto, however, has cost me days and days of the greatest concentration and exertion. "Never- theless, he finds that there is a great er joy in this kind of work,- and he hopes to do much more of it. . Yt we have the other great example oí Beethoven, who said that he would rather...
CHINA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
CHINA The "Tribuna" has published a series of four articles from its Lon- don correspondent, Signor Ln\'ely which gives an excellent review oí "the situation. The iirst article deals with events up to the despat'.m ot the Shanghai Defence Force. It re- cognises that practically, during ¿he whole of 1926, ,the British Covern ment was endeavouring to pledge the United States and Japan to some pos- itive action that should be the result of the promises made to China at Washington Conference. Months pass- ed, with no result. Great Britain finally decided to act, to resume the initiative. And with the historic memorandum of December l8, 1926, she dealt the first blow at Bolshevism reinforcing it-and this was a very needful make-weight for Chinese mentality, with the Shanghai Ex- peditionary Force. And the third blow was dealt at Bolshevism oy it- self, when it ruined the already weak economic system of China and brought about the inevitable reaction in the agricultural and commercial cla...
V R C RACES Melbourne, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
V R C RACES Melbourne, Saturday Derby.-Trivalve 2/1 on, States- man, Courier, Won by three lengths. Cantala Stakes.-Vals 2/1 against, Treylon, Beauhamia. Won by á length. . Hotham Handicap.--Bicolour 5/2, and Endands (dead heat) Valorem. Melbourne Stakes.-Silvus 9/2, Amounis, Gothic. Won by a neck.
TIDES FOR NOVEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
TIDES FOR NOVEMBER Morn. -1 Aft j Morn. Aft 1 9 21 9 22 16 11 10 11 22 .2 10 20 10 34 17 - 0 37 3 11 44 - l8 0 52 1 55 4 0 9 1 17 19 2 7 2 54 5 1 40 2 32 . 20 3 0 3 35 6 2 45 3" 23 21 3 43 4 8 7 .3 35 4 2 22 4 l8 4 38 8 4 20 4 42 23 4 54 5 11 9 5 4 5 25 24 5 28 5 41 10 5 51 6 8 - 25 6 2 6 8 11 6 40 6 50 26 6 38 6 37 12 7 26 7 30 27 7 16 7 7 13 8 14 8 14 28 7 54 7 41 14 9 5 9 1 29 8 34" 8 21 15 10 0 10 0 30 9 l8 9 9