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UNION CONTROL CLASH [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

UNION CONTROL CLASH When the Federal officials at tempted to enter the S.A. State office situated in the Trades Hall of the Builders Laborers' Federa tion this week, they were resisted by the State officials and in the ensuing clash that took place, x police were called in. A mem ber of the management of the Trades Hall committee asked all parties' to leave the building im mediately. Later in the day Federal and State officers agreed to confer on the dispute which started when a general meeting of the S.A. State branch decided to resist any efforts at all by the Federal Executive of the Union to take place over the., affairs of the State branch. fi

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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TEA AND BUTTER COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

TEA AND BUTTER COUPONS The Director of Rationing (Mr. J. B. Gumming) said on November ?10 that tea coupons 4!) to 52 and butter coupons 37 to 39 which be came available on the 10th would be the last that can be used from current food ration cards. He said that when people had used these coupons they should take care to retain the name panel of. the food ration card as it would be required in exchange for the new coupon cards to be issued on November 29 and .'JO.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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LIQUOR DEALING [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

LIQUOR DEALING It has been brought to our notice lately that there are a number of aboriginals appearing in the town and on the outskirts under the influence of alcohol. The police are taking steps to eliminate this trouble, and any body caught' supplying drink to an aboriginal will be dealt with severely. The strong arm rs, apparently, the only way to deal with these cases. The public should give the police all the assistance- they can. l'erhaps a lengthier term in the local jail would' help to eliminate this trouble.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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AUSTRALIA WINS LAST QUIZ CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

AUSTRALIA WINS LAST 1 QUIZ CONTEST — :o: — Australia easily defeated the U.S. team in the final international radio quiz broadcast over all Aus tralian stations on Monday night. Final scores were : Australia, 17; America, 7. The champion Victorian quiz team represented Australia throughout all the quiz contests. They previously defeated New Zealand, Canada and Great Brtain, but had been defeated by South Africa by one lrnnt. These quiz contests wore ar ranged by the Commonwealth Loans Organisation in support of the Fourth Security Loan.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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PLANS TO MOVE CATTLE BY ROAD TRAINS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

PLANS TO MOVE CATTLE BY ROAD TRAINS As mentioned in an article in an earlier edtion of the 'Centralian Advocate', Mr. K. Johannsen has been asking the Federal Govern ment to grant him a subsidy of approximately 4/- a head per 100 miles to cart cattle by road trains.' Mr. Johannsen, who hes always hadyhis-' own ideas for progress, has his own road trains, which consist of a series of heavy four wheeler trucks lowed by a heavy diesel engine and is capable of shifting 80 head of fully-grown cattle per trip. Cattle being carted by this method would be in better condi tion for their trip from the rail head at Alice Springs to Adelaide and thus secure much better prices and consequently better beef for export, etc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

CJ.JDASHMAN&JO. LADIES' GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS 'WE AIM TO PLEASE' Agents for :— CYCLOPS TOYS, CYCLAX BEAUTY . PREPARATION, JOY TOYS. ? :ot ? XMAS XMAS XMAS WE INVrp YOU TO INSPECT OUR SPECIAL RANGE OF XMAS TOYS which are something different to those obtainable elsewhere FAMOUS CYCLOPS MOTOR CARS, SCOOTERS, TRICYCLES, DINKIES, DOLLS PRAMS, and STROLLETTES Send your friends a LOCAL XMAS CARD A novelty which they will greatly appreciate New stocks of Ladies', Gents' and Children*' Footwear on hand FOR THE LATEST IN EVERYTHING SEE OUR DISPLAY WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND INSPECT THE STORES WITH THE STOCKS AUCE SPRINGS AND DARWIN

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

COLES BROS. LIMITED Livestock: Stud Stock and Station Agents Consign YOUR Stock to us, good resting paddocks . close to Abattoirs PROMPT SETTLEMENTS \ Our Merchandise Departments can quote for YOUR requirements : Windmills, Tanks, Piping, Droppers, and general pastoral merchandise. Coles Bros. Limited Head Office 70 CURRIE STREET, ADELAIDE ~-- ,. Telegraphic Address: 'COLESBROS', Adelaide. ~* . _____ ^ Gus. Brandt QUALITY BUTCHER TODD STREET, ALICE SPRINGS All best cuts in beef and mutton. All smallgoods made on premises DAILY SUPPLYING OVER WHOLE OF Northern Territory FOR EXPERT TAILORING PLACE YOUR ORDER IN CONFIDENCE WITH Todd Street, Alice Springs HIGH CLASS WORKMANSHIP Drop in at SING'S CAFE for the Supreme Drink of Cen- - tralia : Iced Lemon Squash. Pure Fruit Used GRILLS A SPECIALTY ? CENTRAL/AN STEAM LAUNDRY PROMPT AND EFFICIENT LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICE The most modern plant in the North 3-4 DAY SERVICE Moderate Charges TOWN DEPOT : Bert Cotiche — or Laundry at Gap R...

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GOLD YIELD MAY BE 700,000 OZ. [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

GOLD YIELD MAY BE 700,000 OZ. With Mint receipts. of 58,011 oz. in October, WA gold production for the current year has risen to 582,G03 fine oz. Continuation of this rate of pro duction in November and Decem ber 'will curry the full year's pio duction close to 700,000 fine oz. This compares with 010,874 fine oz. in 194G, and the low figure of 4(53,521 oz. in 1945.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

O. TARCA HAS PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THE East Side Store is NOW OPEN 'GENERAL GROCERIES _ FANCY GOODS __ COOL DRINKS _ CONFECTIONERY _ PATENT MEDICINES POSTAGE STAMPS HOURS ? Monday to Friday ? 8.30 to 12.30; 1.30 to 5.30 Saturday _8.30 to 12.30 As a convenience to residents BREAD will be on sale GOOD SERVICE _. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED NOW O % SALE BUSH MEDICINE A Practical Handbook for Managing Medical Emergencies in the Outback by V. H. WEBSTER, M.B., B.S. It is the purpose of this book to provide people in the bush with information and advice that will be of practical use in cases of serious illness in the following ways : ? In getting some idea of how sick a patient is, and what he is suffering from. In transmitting in formation to the base as clearly and promptly as possible. In dealing- with some common emergencies, when a doctor cannot be got. In being- able to help the patient while medical aid is coming (First Aid). A BOOK WRITTEN AND PRINTED IN THE TERRITORY FOR THE PE...

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GUINEA AIRWAYS RETIRES FROM AIR ROUTE TAA Takes Complete Charge of Adelaide-Alice Springs-Darwin Run [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

GUINEA AIRWAYS RETIRES FROM AIR ROUTE ? .Q. ???-?? TAA Takes Complete Charge of Adelaide-Alice Springs Darwin Run On Friday of last week Guinea Airways made their last trip on the Adelaide-Alice Springs-Darwin .run. This airways company, after fighting the Government for the route for some time has de-' cided to hand over to TAA now that the Government have established an adequate service. All bookings* loading, etc. will be transferred by Guinea Airways to the Government Service TA.A. Mr. S. Powell, Chairman of Guinea Airways said that he de sired to thank the public who were loyal to his firm for the past ten years, and only regretted that the service could not be continued. .: Just what is to happen to the intrastate services is as yet un known, but as soon as details were available they would be made public. Mr. Powell also announced that an amicable settlement between . his company and the Government had been reached on his company's ? claim for compensation in con nection with...

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Women's Column CUP OP TEA CHAT BY SUE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

Women's Column CUP OF TEA CHAT BY SUE Good afternoon friends ! Yes, please, after my tour around town to see the oleanders in all their splendour I really feel in need of a cup of tea. But aren't they beautiful ? And almost every garden in the town has one or more of the bushes, varying in color from white and cream, through shades of pink to the striking red — truly a riot of color! The Alice almost is a garden city at the moment. That name garden city reminds me of some lovely photographs sent to me many years ago by a pen friend who lived in Letchworth (England) the first Garden City. In 1898 Sir Ebenezer Howard put forward a scheme to counteract the flow of population to the larg er towns. The idea was to es tablish industrial areas in rural districts, to provide proper sani tation, water, light and power, to restrict the size of the city, and to retain an agricultural zone around it. Letchworth was estab lished in 1903. The success of the scheme led to the founding of Welwyn so...

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For the Children JENNY'S PENNY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

For the Children JENNY'S PENNY One fine day Jenny's Auntie Meg gave her a bright new penny. Jenny ran upstairs to Nanny. 'Auntie Meg has given me a bright new penny,' she said. 'What will a penny buy ?' ? 'A packet of needles,' said Nanny. She was turning out her basket to try to find one. Jenny's naughty sister had hidden them. 'I don't want needles,' said Jenny. She ran upstairs to Mother. 'Auntie Meg has given me a bright new penny,' she said. 'What will a penny buy ?' 'A packet of postcards,' said Mother. . She was hunting in her desk to try to find one. Jenny's naughty brother had used the last one. 'I don't want postcards,' said Jenny. She ran along the passage to Daddy. 'Auntie Meg has given me a bright new penny,' she said. 'What will a penny buy ?' 'A box of matches,'* said Daddy. He was searching in all his pock ets. Jenny's Daddy used a great many. 'I don't want matches,' said Jenny. She met her big brother on the stairs. 'Auntie Meg has given me a bright new penny,' she ...

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AUSTRALIA'S WEDDING GIFT ARRIVED IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

AUSTRALIA'S WEDDING GIFT AKKIVED IN ENGLAND This week the gift for T'rincess Elizabeth's wedding arrived in England. It consisted of four silver salvers and was taken over to England by air. On the day it arrived many other gifts were landed in England from countries all over the world.

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CONNELLAN AIRWAYS EXPANSION OF SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

CONNELLAN AIRWAYS EXPANSION OF SERVICES Since the cessation of hostilities,   Connellan Airways have been en—   deavouring to obtain Government approval of a number of improve— ments to their services. Mr. Con— nellan states that so far he has made a dozen trips to Melbourne for this purpose over a period of 18 months, but has not yet achiev— ed finality. However, this now appears to be close at hand. Mr. Connellan's immediate aims regarding his services are the fol— lowing : — 1. The extension of the Borro— loola service from Roper Valley to Katherine, and its return after Katherine for a second call at all stations in the Roper River and Borroloola area. 2. The expansion of the Borro— loola service to Newcastle Waters and back from Anthony's Lagoon. 3. The inauguration of a weekly service on the Wyndham route operating from Alice Springs via main stations to Newcastle Waters and Katherine: this service to be known as the Buffalo Springs ser— vice. 4. -he ...

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Saturday's Racing FLEMINGTON 1.—CUP HURDLE Two miles [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

Saturday's Racing FLEMINQTON I ? CUI* HURDLE Two miles Latani 11 0 Transit 10 2 Azores 10 13 Calawind 9 8 Cheery Prince ? Roy 10 7 Danilo 0 3 Bonny Spear Bob 10 5 Patrol 9 2 Priority 10 4 Panthical 0 0 Cheery Boy, Latani, Transit 1..I0— RAWDEN STAKES Five furlongs Scotwyn 8 2 Pritege 8 0 Admetus 8 0 Rhulo 8 0 Bajardo 8 0 Spoor 8 0 Mile End 8 0 Lady Sin Mountfieid 8 0 clair 7 1- Nigaro 8 0 Thalgor 7 9 Scotwyn, Mile End, Spoor 2.20— STRAND HANDICAP Six furlongs Greensboi-- Flemish 7 4 ough 9 1 Kellar River Classic 7 3 Hero 9 0 Robin Thor 8 12 Fairlie. 7 3 Allied General Power 8 11 Session 7 2 Four Free- Gil well 7 2 doms 8 9 Homebush 7 2 Blue Portmarie 7 2 Bonnie 8 C- Standard Sit Charles 8 2 Time 7 2 St. Buzz 8 1 Astor 7 0 Lord Crossbolt 7 0 Campbell 7 11 Dual Upheaval 7 11 Watch 7 0 Naval Re- First vue 7 8 Thought 7 0 Savant 7 8 Hostage 7 0 Lord Peace Baden 7 7 Dance 7 0 Salon 7 7 Trapanie - 7 0 Star 7 4 Verdict 7 0 Quiton 7 0 Allied Power, Sir Charles, River Hero 3.— WILLIAMSTOWN C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

AUTOCYCLB FOU SALE Practically New 2 extra Tyres and Tubes (new) PRICE £45 Can be inspected at Heenan & Co. LEGAL AID BUREAU MR. F. DER1IAM GREEN Legal Aid Officer .Will be available to give FREE * LEGAL ADVICE to all exService men at Alice Springs 10th to 17th DECEMBER For Appointments See — J. W. NICHOLS or edia F. I\ GUBBINS. GEO. E. DEAN SADDLER ALICE SPRINGS Repairs a Specialty Apply Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. for information ENGINEERING IS OUR BUSINESS EASTS ENGINEERING WORKS ALICE SPRINGS Expert Service Given Throughout the Northern Territory in General Engineering, Blacksmith ing, Electric and Oxy Welding. Repairs to all Classes of Machin ery Requiring Technical Know ledge and Workmanship of High eat Class FOR SALE COMPLETE MINING PLANT Portable Compressor, one Jack hammer, Winch, Rails, Truck and numerous Accessories. eta. This office for particulars. '' LATCHAM'S RAPID DENTAL SERVICE MITCHELL STREET DARWIN Make Your Appointment now. etc H. WONG (Formerly F. W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 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, Mining and Motor Transport, I can Supply all your Requirements HARDWARE, FURNITURE, LEATHER GOODS R. 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 For over 100 years our organisation has been at the service of the Pastoral Industry throughout the Commonwealth. This extensive marketing' experience is at your disposal and a full service is available in all departments. Wool and Produce Brokers Fat and Store Stock Salesmen Stud Stock and Land Salesmen Shipping- and Airlines Agents General Merchants *-- General Agents for **($;?[ Western Assurance Coy. Alice Springs //^^''X^ vV * * ^* Ganley Branch VN,^-B'*'''r/y Local Manager: Ken Milnes FAMILY BUTCHER Todd Street, Alice Springs — Phone 39 CIV...

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HIGH VALUE OF MEAT EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

HIGH VALUE OF MEAT EXPORTS — — - « w .— — For the six months to June 30 this year, the Australian beef, mut ton and lamb exports- weve valued at £A 9,064,000 against £4,374,000. tThese .figures were given by a '.Commonwealth official this week. He gave the figures to amplify the Australian Meat Board report that total meat exports in the year to June 30 last (199,800 tons) were 84,329 tons higher than in the previous year. In 194(5-7, 59,G(-8 tons of factory butter, valued at £A10,433,000, were exported. Of this, 52,067 tons went to Britain. Australia was supplying Britain with piiinury produce cheaper than she could buy it anywhere else in the world. the oflicial said. Australia exported 80,505 tons of beef, valued at £4,520,000 in 194G-7. of this, Britain directly received G8.0G3 tons, valued at £3,645,000 In the previous year 49,400 tons, valued at £2,834,000, were export ed, 18,182 tons (£912,000) going to Britain. The Federal Government is mak ing a special efi'ort to force the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Church of the* Ascension, Bath Street, Alice Springs ?Services :— Sundays: 7.30 a.m. Holy Communion; 9.30 a.m. Holy Communion (downstairs in Rec tory); 10 a.m. Sunday School and Kindergarten; 7.30 p.m. Evensong. Week Days: 7.15 a.m. Holy Com munion (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday); (5.30 a.m. Holy Communion (Tuesday and *n day); 7 a.w. Holy Communion (at S. Mary's, Thursday); 7.30 p.m. Evensong. H. E. EVERS. Rector. METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, November 1(5—10.30 a.m. Sunday School; 7.30, p.m. Even ing Service. Rev. K. Doust, Minister. LAUBMAN & PANK LTD. Opticians and Optometrists 62 Gavvler Place, Adelaide «|Wish to announce that their Certified Optician, MR DAVID PANK, will visit : — TENNANT CREEK Prom Wednesday, 19th November to Saturday, 22nd November. CONSULTING AT TENNANT CREEK HOTEL HALL 'Appointments with Mr. Rogers at Tennant Creek Hotel ALICE SPRINGS From Monday 24th November to Saturday, 29th November CONSULTING AT ALTCE SPRINGS HOSPI...

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