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ITALIAN VIEW OF RELATIONS WITH GREECE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
ITALIAN VIEW OF RELATIONS WITH GREECE Dr Gayda writing in the "Giornale d' Italia>; emphasizes the fact that Italian and Greek prblems in the Mediterranean were not unlike. And similarity of position and ot problems might lead either to understandings or to oppositions. Italy and Greece should work for co-opera.tion. The political and economic friendship .which may develop will find precise points upon which it may be classi ned and fixed, with interest and guarantees for the two countries. The "Tribuna" said that tñe visit of the Grée!». Ministers was timely. It meant that an equivocal period belongs to the past, and to-day there exists a cordial normality of relat- ions, which are no more influenced by Adriatic or Aegean misunder- standings. There was much good work to be done in the way of de- veloping political, economic and cul- tural relations between Italy and Greece, given the cessation of certain irritating pre-conceptions which had been to a great extent artificially st...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
TAKE NOTICE that Chee Pon otherwise known as Gee Kee Gan re- tired from the business of Chin Man Yee & Chee Pon, of Darwin, tailors, as from 28th September last. GEE KEE GAN By his attorney Gee Hong Yet LOST, from Jetty roll t>f mats and umbrellas, return to Times Office'. Reward. lUfc.SD'W NIGHT kWl AMA u¿J b W S tí fâ AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE STAR THE BUSHWHACKERS All Star Cast -o COMEDY TAKE YOUR CHOICE Christie FRANCIS L HARDEN NI A Late Chief Medical Officer H. M. Hospital Ship " R" CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Consultations-9-12 a.m., 2-4 p.m., 7-8 p.m: Expectant mother are offered the boon of painless childbirth. PRIVATE ADDRESS: VICTORIA HOTEL To-day is Melbourne Cup day-the most imporfciuit hoise race ioinh of tho line. A few people will becomo rich over the result, tbousinds will be much poorer, and a few will com- mit suicido lather than fice tho em- ployer they bave tobbed m order to find money to back a "certainty " Things are reported to be quite lively at Kithcn.ie It...
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL Annual Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL Annual Picnic The Methodist Sunday School children held their annual picnic at Mendill Beach on Saturday last. The children met at the Sunday School at 2 p.m., and were motored down to the beach in Mr H. Wittel lorry. A swing had been hung on s» suit- able branch of a, tree, and it kent the children busy and happy all ths afternoon. Other sports, and pad- dling helped the time to pass quickly and races were run off during the afternoon. A goodly number of parents and friends gathered during the after- noon, and they helped to provide the children with lollies, cakes; sand- wiches; and soft drinks. The prizes won by the children were distributed by Mr Nichols (who* had acted as handicapper for the sports) assisted by Mrs Lucas an J. Mrs Diprose. Then the chillren had their ter, and afterwards they played games while their parents and friends en- joyed their refreshments. At half-past six the lorry return- ed for the children, who had had a very happy and a str...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
TERMINUS and CLUB HOTELS -o STUDY LOCAL INDUSTRY and send your orders for WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS J. J. PAKER CLUB AND TERMINUS HOTELS DARWIN We pay Special Attention to country orders and for which we can quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD & LODGING from £2 Si. Prompt Delivery. AU the Bett Brand? kept. Sufficient Address: PARER, Darwin. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only beac brands of wines zuC spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA Proprietress Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent boarder« Breakfast from 6.30 a m to 9 a m Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p m. Dinner, 5 to 8 p m You get satisfaction when you dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim at giving satisfaction, and our cook is a most sklful artist chef. GEE FONG NAM Proprietor Shing Lep & Co TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge» ments, Local postcards. Films or plates developed and printed for amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe. P O Box 77. .' , . Gee Fong...
WOMAN'S REALM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
WOMAN'S REALM The woman with little money to spend on clothes has to give a larger share of attention to those she already possesses than her wealthier sister. Clothes- which are worn hard need constant attention to keep them ni good condition. The least sign ol carelessness or untidiness, such as a soiled jumper, a tiny hole in a glove a coat with a button missing, or a shoe which is a little iown at heel give an appearance of dowdi'.iess and slovenliness, which is fatal to good dressing. To be well-groomed is nearly always to be well-dressed. Therefore she who is anxious to look nice should pay particular attention to details. Perfect cleanuess is es- sential. Hair should be glossy ana well-brushed, teeth and eyes ¿park ling, complexion clear, and hands in good condition. Stockings should be taut and trim and gloves- and shoes fit well. The busy woman out all day at work, or occupied willi house- work finds it difficult to lind time every day to care for herself or lier clothes. A...
FRENCH VIEW OF NAVAL DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 November 1927
FRENCH VIEW OF NAVAL DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE The "Temps" writes that the sit- uation at the Naval Conference seemed to completely reverse the Washington situation of 1921 ; on that occasion Great Britain played the game of America against Japan and sacrificed her alliance with the latter country for the sake of the former whereas to-day Great Britain and Japan were agreeing against the American ' views in circumstances which pointed an Anglo-Japanese pol- itical rapprochement. If the U.S.A. rejected the Anglo-Japanese agree- ment, the Conference was bound io break down, and this would be a serious political setback for President Coolidge and his. Cabinet. If, however they fell in with the agreement, the Bri,tish navy Would be assured of the supremacy for many years to come. Clearly only political reasons can have determined Japan to come out on England's side, and in future the Anglo-Japanese rapprochment would have to be taken into account Jacques Seydoux in the "Petit Parisien" rec...
GN 290/27 VACANCY—TEMPORARY GUARD DARWIN GAOL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
GN 290/27 VACANCY-TEMPORARY GUARD DARWIN GAOL Applications in writing are invited for the position of Temporary Guard at the Darwin Gaol. The period o2 employment will be about 6 months, with payment at the rate of £260 a year, plus £15 uniform allowance. Quarters, suitable for a single man; will be provided on the Gaol prem- ises, together, with free fuel and lighting. Applications should be ac- companied by copies of testimonials and should state age and experience and give particulars of military ser- vice (if any), and should reach the office of the undersigned not later than. 12th November 1927. . F. T. MACARTNEY Sheriff Court House; Darwin 3rd Novem- ber 1927.
ITALIAN COLONISATION IN AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
ITALIAN COLONISATION IN AFRICA Under the title "Is there room for us in Africa ?" the "Resto del Car lino publishes a noteworthy article in which the possibilities of Italian colonisation in Africa are examined from various aspects. The writer be- gins by calling attention to "the eg- otistical protectionist policy*' adopted by France in the West African col- onies. In relation to Italian require- ments, French commercial protection was, however an obstacle of second- ary importance compared with the need of finding areas wherein Ital- ian exuberant labour could settle profitably and in a dignified manner. "No African Region appears to us seriously capable of absorbing Italian labour : at least, neither British East Africa nor Mozambique. It is true that according to prudent calculations several thousands of Italian settlers may go to British East Africa. This region is, however to near to Italian Somaliland and we cannot, under the eyes of our own subjects, work for the benefit of ...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
FOPI SALE Tíiiiirye Oí1 iïrnririe; 3% h.p.: in uucv. order; dirt cheap at £15 cash TIMES OFFICE BONJEAN AnlEftSORRHOEA PILLS í Relieve all Female Weak- ] nesses j li'rtce 5/- and 10/- per box. Catalogue of Toilet : Requisites . j A-ötod i-'ree to Any Address .. ¡¿OLE AGENT. R J POULTON CONSULTING CHLMÍiáT 119 Bourke St-M el bourne LAftWIiii BACLAGE ¿fuD CARRIER SERVICE. BOATS AND TRAINS ME'i. ON AR- RIVAL. GOODS TRANSPORTED TO ANY PART OF TOWN. HARRY FARRAR SMITH STREET ' (Opp. Victoria Hotel) TELEPHONE SI NEW LAUNDRY KWOHG LEE Proprietor ttext door to Terminus io te! Caven- agh Street, Darwii. AU work turned out in first class 'style and saisfaction guarantesd. A Tría! Solicited miSS FRANCESCA BLEESER SMITH STREET,' DARWIN. imported Handworked Goods Em- broidered Linen, Bridge Sets, Tray Cloths, Ponge Silk Goods, Grass Lawn, Silk Stockings, Chinese Shoes, Han&lt;. ¡kerchiefs. Agent for all sporting goods. Ten- nis racquets and balls supplied at southern prices. A limited nu...
GN 242/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Postmaster General's Department Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
GN 242/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Postmaster General's Department Adelaide TENDERS for the ANNUAL IN- SPECTION and MAINTENANCE of the existing telegraph and telephone line between Oodnadatta and Pine Creek, will be received at the office of the Deputy Director, Posts and Telegraphs G.P.O. Adelaide as shown hereunder : TENDERS CLOSE at 3 p.m., Wednesday, December 14th, 1927., Tender Forms and full particulars are obtainable at the Office of the State. Engineer, G.P.O. Adelaide, or from the Post-Offices at Darwin, Pine Creek, Emungalan, Katherine, Pc wells Creek, Alice Springs, Banka Tanka and Oodnadatta. W. G. GIBSON Postmaster Gênerai
G.N 269/27 TENDERS FOR FIREWOOD. PINE CREEK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 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. Delivery is to be made at the rate of net less than six (6) cords per month, the first six (6) cords to be delivered within one (i) month after the notification of the acceptance of the tender. The wood is to be delivered and stacked at the Pine Creek Hospital in the place and manner as directed by the Officer «in-charge of the Police Station at Pine Creek. Tenderers are to state in their tenders the price per cord of one hundred and twenty eight (128) .ubic feet. Tenders are to be superscribed (&lt; Tenders fo...
TIDES FOR NOVEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
TIDES FOR NOVEMBER Morn. --t Aft j 3 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 K 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
LOCAL COURT Full Jurisdiction [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
ÜOCAL COURT Full Jurisdiction Before V. L. Lampe Esq S.M. and Dr H. Leighton Jones J.P. and J. E. Fawcett; J.P. on Thursday last KYRIAKOS v CORNELIUS MAL ONEY. Adjourned from 6th October Mr Barratt who appeared for plaintiff queilioned defendant as to his earnings during the last month. Defendant said his work on the Mala bar; Marella and Kyogle had brought £15/3/6 He had paid £3 for board over £4 for clothes and £4/15/0 for food for his camp on which he was now living. He had now 25/- in hand Mr Barratt said defendant could have paid something off plaintiff's account. ' Adjournment of cases brought by his confrere (Mr JA > and himself had been agreed to for that purpose. He had Chen just come out of Fanny Bay. He asked for a term of imprisonment. People should not of course give so much credit but it was the custom of the country. An order for 28 days im- prisonment was made. PAPPA PSUDICUS vJDOULAS Mr Barratt for plaintiff said judg- ment was made against defendant at the Innis...
Balance Sheet 30th June 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
Balance Sheet 30th June 1927 1927 June 30-Rate Oollectot's A/c Amount paid in exceps and in advance Government Subsidy on Rates Collected Amount paid in excess on a/c doubl« payment of rate sine« refunded to ratepayer Baths Account Revenue Fund June 80-Balance at Commer cial Bank 850 1 0 12 l8 4 Cash in hand 57 9 11 Rates Outstanding ns al 30th June, 1927 : General Rate £968 14 7 Penalties 10« l8 2 - 1075 12 9 2 12 6 . Balances on »he undi ¡.r_ 49 7 9 mentioned Progeny A /PS 5714 l8 10 utter allowing toi dop ie ciation us shown in Ui> venueFond A/c Revenue Fund A/o Propetty A/c ? Lnnds 034 9 0 Buildings Town Uall 270-2 17 IO Fittings and Furniture ItM 4 .1 Office Flings & Furniture 75 13 3 Piano i:',2 10 10 Garden Pwits l8 l8 0 Chairs, Ciok ery '21 l8 Ö O/head Ele.. trie light j^eir t-tc, .24 2 4 Works Plant. .25 i 10 9 M o'or L>rry l61 3 :o - 4:29H 8 9 £5779 12 5 £5779 12 5 We certify that we have examined the Books and Vouchers and Ac- counts of the Darwin Town Counc...
Japanese Sailors Eat Shipmates. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927
Japanese Sailors Eat Shipmates, Melbourne, Thursday. A gruesome message comes from Port Townsend to the effect that a Japanese fishing boab has been picked up in the Pacific and been identified as the Riyoyel Maru by documents more than a year old. The boat con- tains evidence of cannibalism In- vestigation of a pile of bones showed 'he vessel to have carried seven or eight members of crew and the last I wo survivors devoured the bodies of their shipma'es before perishing of starvation. Andy Rind berg arrived in Darwin (in Thursday for a few days stay. The aero P&lt;Mpinn. -'wat. POP«! mr ted l'V Mr. Bill Jones, has bren placid by !iim near the j&lt;-" ty and is un objet1' of in'ei'psfc and admiration, pspecially to tbosp who have not lind the privilege of inspt-ctina ibe results of Mr. Jones' industry and skill. -o Tende's are wanted for the purchase ..f the Zapopan Bat'ery shed. A temporary guard is wanted at the gaol. #*er