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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
?R R. H. BOWMAN I DENTIST ! DARWIN NOTICE. » I the undersigned herewith notify the public in general that all per- sons found driving or interfering with stock on the Pagtoral leases No 2139 & 1928 known as Esmeralda without authority from me or with- out giving notice according to tie ordinance will- be prosecuted withou* respect to persons. G. STEVENS. MlM'liMnNmDJlnjne «Mr r tja ZM*>~ t- * j yte* » - - _ 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.WRÍGHT, MacLachlan St. Wood Depot. PUBLIC NOTICE; Any party or parties found tresspassing shooting bunalo or interfering with stock on Humpty Doo station without permission will be prosecuted irrespective of person or persons F. E. HOLMES Darwin, N. T. I9th August, 1927. NOTICE PERSONS depositing .rubbish on any properties owned by Yes Loong »re warned thai Ie^al pro eedingb will be taken against offenders. Notice is also given mat M he ...
FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT One Man Killed Two Injured Katherine Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT One Man Killed Two Injured Katherine Monday A fatal accident occurred at ten p.m. on Friday. When the construct- ion water train was returning from the eleven mile deviation it fouled at points and the leading gin left the rails and overturned. Five men who were riding thereon were thrown violently to the ground. Guard John Lenahan was killed »instantaneously. William Shean, a butcher employ- ed at Mataranka was pinned under- neath, receiving serious injuries to the right eye, a broken nose and wa-s otherwise badly bruised. An Albanian was pinned between the first and second.^vater erins, &lt;""* taining severe injuries to the right »arm, left ankle and head. When the accident occurred the train was travelling very slowly over new points being installed, otherwise it might have had a far reaching effect. * , An inquest was held on Saturday before Coroner Finniss. A number of witnesses were examined touch- ing the death of Lenahan. Medical evidence prov...
SEIZURE OF NOTES AND ALLEGED COUNTERFEITERS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
SEIZURE OF NOTES AND ALLEG- ED COUNTERFEITERS An early morning raid by armed detectives on a house in Moffatt Street, Brighton, resulted in the arrest of two alleged counterfeiters and the seizure of 2,000 counterfeit notes, which were practically com- pleted, together with a complete counterfeiting plant. Later a third man was arrested at a city hotel. The notes were ready to put into circulation. A Cup Day expert who saw the notes said they were so good they would have been passed almost anywhere., ; j. .^.j
MINISTERS FIREFIGHT BURNING HOTEL Melbourne Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
MINISTERS FIREFIGHT BURNING HOTEL Melbourne Monday The fire which completely destroyed the Grand Hotel,-Queenscliff, raged for many hours and\threatened a large business block. All church services were suspended and the ministers oí all denominations helped man the water pumps. Two firefighters who were trapped on the roof fastened a hose to the guttering and slid down to the ground. Almost immediately afterwards the hose caught fire and a large tower on the hotel collapsed" The damage is estimated at l£35,00tí
PIRATES WIN TERRIFIC BATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
PIRATES WIN TERRIFIC BATTLE A dramatic fight took place be- tween pirates and military guards aboard the French steamer Kianging trading in the Yangtsze gorges. It is reported that two hours after the vessel's departure from Ichang a bat- tle on deck began with melodramatic suddeness. Thirty pirates disguised as passengers, rushed the guards placed on board as protection, and a terrific fight ensued. After an hour's fight the guards were beaten. Sixty persons, including passengers, guards and pirates were killed &lt; r wounded and the dead were cast overboard by the outlaws who then turned their attention to the remain- ing passengers and stripped them of ali valuables even taking their cloth- ing. They forced the crew to st^p the vessel iii a deserted spot an i went ashore carrying the booty.
DEFEND CHINA "Red" Appeal to Workers of the World [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
DEFEND CHINA 'Red" Appeal to Workers of the World The Communist International has issued a new and more than usually absurb appeal to the workers and peasants of the world, urging them to proclaim a general strike as the surest'means of comper'ag Imperial- ists to "cease war against China and avert war against the U.S.S.R.,"' and to begin the strike on the 13th anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War, which thanks to the Social Democrats' betrayal, gave the world Mussolini, Hinder.burg, Horthy and Pilsudski. Now the social Demo- crats are. (the appeal continues) an- xiously striving to divert the atten- tion of the masses from the "bloody orgy of Imperialists in China and the anti-Soviet war." It is possible to avert this war, it says, only if the masses realize that it is a pressing matter and not a matter for the future. The workers iriust go out into the streets with banners, de- manding the recall of troops from China and calling on every-one to defend China and the U.S.S.R...
GALWAY FLEETS MEET DISASTER IN GALE London Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
GALWAY FLEETS MEET DISAST- ER IN GALE London Tuesday Details of the gale on the Galway coast of Ireland show that the dis- aster was the worst in the history of the western fishing neets. Eight boats of the Cleggan Bay fishing fleet were wrecked and' 16 men drowned. Five boats of the Inniskeal Island fleet went down and eight men were drowned. Four boats of the Lackan Bay fleet were lost and 10 men were drowned. Several craft have not yet been accounted for. The boats were caught in the full Jury of an 80 miles an hour gale and buffeted by the tempestuous seas. Some of the crew were battered to death against the rocks.
ITALIAN PRESS VIEW OF FRANCO-ITALIAN RELATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
ITALIAN PRESS VIEW OF FRANCO-ITALIAN RELATIONS Dr Gayda, writing in the "Giorn ale d Italia confutes the state- . men,ts contained in a recent article in the "Temps" dealing with Italy's economic difficulties Dr. Gayda limits his reply to three dis- tinct points : the alleged struggle be- tween landlords and tenants, the in- dustrial crisis of Genoa and the agj ricuitural situation. As regards the first' point, Dr Gayda said that, ac- cording to the pictuLe drawn by the "Temps" writer, there seemed to be in Italy a civil war between landlords and tenants, in point of fact, div- ergences were contined to big towns and were being promptly settled. The "Corriere d' Italia" has been publishing a series of articles by Sir C. Masi, who deals at length with the French military precautions for autonomous defence Q±' North Africa. The writer's object is to call the at- tention of Italian public opinion to the vast French programme which ^ already being carried out for the de- fence of North ...
ADVISORY COUNCIL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
ADVISORY COUNCIL ELECTIONS A small number of votes arnveu by post on Friday night. The voting was as 3 follows : Young 17 Pearce S Watts S Harden 2 Grady 2 Informal . S 35 Of the 266 formal votes received from Batchelor so far 134 of them voted Young No. 1 ; a shade over half, with the other half divided up among the other four candidates. The following are the figures so far : Darwin Po-Ul Parap Batchelor Total Young 66 4 11 134 215 Watts 120 11 8 41 180 Pearce 31 I 0 57 ' 89 Harden 26 1 14 14 55 Grady 15 0 1 20 36 Informal 32 0 0 19 51 JOB PRINTING of all kinds exe cuted tastefully and satisfactorily at the N. T. Times Office.