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

NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA ... _ .?' ? C— .it' ' ' LANDS FOR PASTORAL LEAS ING SANDOVER SUU-DIVISION Seven blocks, five being main tenance areas and two suitable only to holders of adjoining land, situated on the Sandover River, Northern Territory, arc now open for Pastoral Leasing. Applica tions will be received on or before (-th January, 1948, and particulars of the blocks may be obtained from the Lands ' Department, Darwin, or the Department of the Interior, Canberra. A. R. DRIVER, e Administrator. Miss Elaine Herrick, 21-year-old Toowoomba girl has been selected as 'Miss Queensland.' ninny Pails left for America by air on Wednesday to turn pro fessional tennis player. It is good news to hear that Mas Ethel Clough, of Alice Springs who was taken seriously ill and flown down to Adelaide to have a specialist's attention, is rapidly recovering, and after a few week's rest will be back among her friends again. She was accom panied to Adelaide by her mother, Mrs. Lch Clough; who ...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BOOK REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

BOOK REVIEW 'HUSH MEDICINE. A HAND BOOK FOR MEDICAL EMERG ENCIES,' by Dr. V. II. Webster; Publinhers, The Jackhammer Press, Tennant Greek, Northern Territory This handbook dedicated to the Australian bush woman is also an offering to all people of the out back. It is more than just an other 'Home Medicine' book. In Dr. Webster's 'Bush Medicine' is incorporated the fruits of a wide medical experience not only in general medicine but in its special application to the succoring of the sick in outback areas. The introduction is devoted to explaining the correct method of giving a medical case history and report. The steps are clearly and fully explained, and are easily comprehended by the ordinary man in the street. By this, the patient's exact state can be assess ed more readily by the doctor over the radio or telephone to the sick person's benefit. Statements are amplified and summarised in examples of actual case records which fix the information in the reader's mind and give an adde...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FILM OF NAMATJIRA. THE PAINTER [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 15 November 1947

FILM OF NAMAT.IIRA. THE PAINTER It appears from what can be learned down South, that the docu- mentary film on 'Namatjira the Painter' is not getting the pub- licity it should. Many people hearing that a documentary film was made have been waiting with keen interest the release of this film, made in Australia by the Department of Information, but although it has been released, so little publicity has been given to it that few people have seen it. Surely the Department can help Australia a little more, and let people themselves judge what type of film can be turned out.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

TYPEWRITER MECHANIC MR. J. W. RAGGATT (late of Chart res Ltd., Adelaide) Is now in Alice Springs and will do any OVERHAULS and REPAIRS necessary to Typewriters of any make ENQUIRIES AT 'ADVOCATE' OFFICE O. TARCA HAS PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THE East Side Store 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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

TRY OUR CASUAL SMALL AD. COLUMN — IT GETS ! RESULTS To Let, Wanted to Buy, For Sale, Lost, Found, Accommodation Wanted, etc., 11 words 1/- or three insertions for 2/6 (prepaid), if booked, 6d. extra. . ABOUT 200 pairs secondhand GOOD variety Fountain Tens, Khaki Drill Trousers, no coupons. Men's Wallets, suitable gifts for rDon Thomas. e Christmas. The Gift Shop. BOOKS.— A good selection of GET your 'Centralian Advocate' Books now on sale at the Gift at the Gift Shop, Railway Terrace. Shop, Railway Terrace. ? — ? r ? ? LOCALISED Christmas Cards are BUY you Car Batteries at the now available at the Gift Shop, cheapest place in Alice Springs, Railway Terrace. x Don Thomas'. — ? - ? ? — ? : — ? MONEY ! — No one need go short BUY A PERAM. Mother and of cash where Don is. You can baby will be more comfortable, always ring 10G and Don Thomas Your pick from three at Don will give you cash for any articles Thomas'. e you have for sale. e BUY your Boot Polish at the MOTOR SPRINGS, front and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

Tenant: Why raise my rent when I only occupy the miserable little attic ? Landlord: Ves, but it is you who wears out the stairs most.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

'You should take a bath before you retire/' 'But, doctor, I don't expect to retire for another twenty years yet.'

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A FORCED SALE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

A FORCED ftALtt 'You have sold vour saxo phone ?' .. * 'I thought it best to do so. I saw my neighbour buying a re volver.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

LEGAL AID BUREAU MR. F. DERHAM GREEN Legal Aid Officer Will be available to givo FREE LEGAL ADVICE to all exService men at Alice Springs 10th to 17lh DECEMBER For Appointments See — J. W. NICHOLS or edJ.8 F. P. GUBBINS.

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METAL MARKETS STEADY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

METAL MARKETS STEADY Tin, iLA\M a ton; copper (electro lytic), J5132 a ton; lead (foreign, pig), £90 a ton; zinc (foreign), £70 „ a ton; .antimony (British), A'180, a ton; antimony (British, crude), £150 a ton; molybdenum, 45/- to 48/- a unit; platinum, H00/- to ,'W0/- an oz; tungsten, 127/- to 1H5A a unit; silver (fine, spot), H/U mi oz.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

PERSONAL SERVICE I The personal touch is an integral part of the 't E.S. & A. Bank's service to its customers. Its \ officers are fully equippecf and ever ready to give f the best possible banking service and to maintain '» a personal and confidential relationship with their ( | customers. Upon such foundations are built the most success ful and lasting business associations. THE ENGLISH SCOTTISH & AUSTRALIAN BANK LTD. i DARWIN — ALICE SPRINGS — TENNANT CREEK I ? . ? ? i i I THE PIOMEER BAJSIK JJV THE TERRITORY j MATARANKA j GENERAL STOKE and SERVICE GARAGE I LOOK FOR THE VACUUM PUMP { Agents for all Vacuum Products and Malvern Star Radios. [ Good Stock of Light Globes in 6\\, 12\\, 32v., 230\\, 240v. j All Types of Batteries and Accessories Carried j OPEN AT ANY HOUR TO TRAVELLERS { S. JONES (ex-U.A.A.F.) Prop. j i - i , 'Dad, is it true that elephants' One set of people who won't be j tusks are used for piano keys ?' unemployed for a Ions time are j 'Not used — mis...

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NEW DEAL FOR SCIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

NEW DEAL FOR SCIENCE Jn any effort to advance the welfare of the world science must play a major, if not the leading, role. It is for that reason tha the scientist assumes such import ance in the programme of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisa tion. If science is to work for the common good and save the world from war and want its resources must be organised. It can be equally used to safe guard, us or' destroy \ts. It .de termines our standard of living. The standard of life in countries like China, of only rudimentary scentific development, cannot be compared with the ? standard in the 'modern' countries, where science has been used to devolop natural resources. The aims of a 'New Deal' for science are outlined by the UNESCO planners in the follow ing terms : — ' . . . Give the scientists full freedom to publish their work. Give them means and liberty to come and go freely between the different countries, consulting with their colleagues. . . . Let sc...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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NEW INFANT TEACHER FOR LOCAL SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

NEW INFANT TEACHER FOR LOCAL SCHOOL Miss Johanna van Scndcn has commenced duty at jthe local Higher Primary School' as mis tress in charge of Grade III. Miss van Senden is an exper ienced infant teacher, and before coming to Alice Springs was a demonstration teacher at the Flinders Street Practising School in Adelaide, a school where student teachers gain their prac tical training in the art of teach ing. Next year she will have charge of the infant grade. Alice Springs is home to Miss van Senden as her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. van Senden, live in the town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

STUART DISTRICT DRIVER, John Henry, Elkedra Station, Pastoralist. LOVEGROVE, John Creed, Barrow Creek, Hotel Manager. NELSON, John Norman, Alice Springs, Pastoralist. A poll will accordingly be taken for each respective District in accordance with law. The poll for the Darwin Dis trict will be taken at the Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Dar win; the Church of England Hall, Parap Community Centre; and Recreation Hall, Knights clifT. The poll for the Tennant Creek District will be taken at Scott's Hall, Tennant Creek. ? The poll for the Alice Springs District will be taken at the Buffalo Hall, Alice Springs, being the polling places appointed for the Territory and prescribed for the Districts of Darwin, Ten nant Creek and Alice Springs on SATURDAY, THE 13th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1947 The poll will open at eight o'clock in the morning and will not close until all electors present in the polling booth at eight o'clock in the evening and desiring to vote have voted. The poll for the Districts of Ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA THE NORTHERN TERRITORY LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION THE FOLLOWING PERSONS have been duly nominated as can didates for the election of Two Members of the Legislative Coun cil for the Electoral District of Darwin, and One Member for each of the Batchelor, Tennant Creek, Alice Springs and Stuart Districts respectively, to serve on the Legislative Council for the North ern Territory. DARWIN DISTRICT COLEMAN, John^ Robinson, of Cavenagh Street, Darwin, Sea man. HOPKINS, Frank Charles, of Smith Street, Darwin, lousi ness Manager. KELLY, James William, of Parap Community Centre, Darwin, Clerk. LUKE, Matthew, of 2i-Mile Road, Darwin. Foreman. McDONALD, Patrick Joseph, of Beetson Street, Darwin Labourer. MEANEY. John Henry, of Fanny Bav, Darwin, Plumber. SEERY, William, of Mitchell Street, Darwin, Carrier. HATCHELOR DISTRICT FULTON, William, Newcastle Waters, Hotel and Store keeper. KENT, Frank Henry Camncr, C.S.I. R. Experimental Station, Katherine, Farm Manager. N...

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THE TEST TEAM [?] [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

THE TEST TEAM — :o; — The following team has been chosen for the first Test against India on November 28 at Bris bane : — D. G, Bradman (S.A.), W. A. Brown (Qld.), R. A. Hamenco (S.A.), A. L. Hnssott (Vic), I. Johnson (Vic), W. Johnston (Vic), R. Lindwall (N.S.W.), C. McCool (Qld.), K. Miller (N.S.W.), A. Morris (N.S.W.), D. Tallon (Qld.), E. Toshiick ? (N.S.W.).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

ALICE SPRINGS HOSPITAL VACANCIES exist at the above Hospital for Female Assistants in Nursing;. Applications are invited from girls between the ages of 18 and 25. Applications to be addressed to the Medical Superintendent. L. W. ALDERMAN e Medical Superintendent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

Exclusive Private Hire Service ,t 'PHONE ~: ALICE SPRINGS 7 TOURS _. HUNTING TRIPS _. SWIMMING PARTIES ANYWHERE _ ANYTIME _ DAY OR NIGHT Capitol Cafe UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT LATE SUPPERS _. FISH & CHIPS _ GRILLS OR ^ ? LIGHT REFRESHMENTS PIONEER PICTURES This popular Picture Theatre which stars only the best in Films, again has its usual bright programme for tonight. It has such crowded houses that the Management wants the public to know that any reservations made must be claimed and paid for before 7.45 p.m. or otherwise they . will be sold. ; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 y- MARGARET LOCK WOOD, JAMES MASON, BARBARA MULLEN in 'A PLACE: of ONE'S OWN1 With Dennis Price, Moore Marriot, Duicie Grey. ? Not for g'en. ex. Supported by ... CAROL RAYE, PETER GRAVES, PATRICIA MEDINA in 'WALTZ TIME' With Webster Booth, Anne Ziegler, Albert Sandier and presenting RICHARD TAUBER. ? For gen. ex. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 24 ERROL FLYNN and ALEXIS SMITH in 'SAN ANTONIO' IN TECHNICOLOR with S. Z. 'Cuddles' Sa...

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION HOW TO VOTE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION HOW TO ,VOTE Method of voting at forthcoming election of officers for the Alice Springs Progress Association : Nomination close with the secre tary at 12 noon on Monday next, November 24. Nominations to be under the signature of the nominator and the seconder also the signature of the nominee as' agreeing to accept the position if declared elected. Nomination papers for the posi tions of president, two vicepresi dents and one secretary and trea surer must be in the form indi cated — these will be printed and forwarded to financial members immediately the nominations close and the papers with votes duly recorded must be in the hands of the secretary by the following Saturday) November 29. As soon as the names of the elected persons are known a meet ing will be called to implement the wishes of the people from time to time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

/ /£ I Qaca/ia#ida\ S lm^ JnviTOTion // tofn&fawto ' // ' // ^/a^M^f^ // ? \\ V'mZ c ?^w/ // // 'M^Jtr-tot \\ // fn^Q4/2LdT **-: // 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 ''8011001 and Kindergarten; 7.. 'JO p.m. Evensong. Week Days: 7.15 a.m. Holy Com munion (Monday, Wednesday and Saturday): 6.30 a.m. Holy Communion (Tuesday and Fri dav); 7 a.m. Holy Communion (at S. Mary's, Thursday); 7.30 p.m. Evensong. H. E. EVERS. Rector. LAUBMAN & PANK LTD. Opticians and Optometrists 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide Wish to announce that their Certified Optician, MR DAVID PANK, will visit :— ALICE SPRINGS From Monday 24th November lo Saturday, 29th November CONSULTING AT ALICE SPRINGS HOSPITAL Appointments with Mr. D. II. Neck NOTICE ISSUE OF RATION CARDS It is notified for general infor mation that Issuing Centres for 1948 Rat...

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