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

- TI-TREE CASH STORE LILY HESE & CO. TITREE WELL 120 MILES NORTH OF ALICE SPRINGS MEALS—. ? ACCOMMODATION GENERAL STORE BOTTLE LICENCE SHELL AND VACUUM AGENTS TRUCK TYRES At Special Prices BRAND NEW 10.50—18 10-ply TYRES ? £20 0 0 NEW TUBES to fit ? 2 10 0 NEW 10-50-18 WHEELS ? 5 0 0 8.25 - 10 NEW TYRES, TUBES & WHEELS complete ? 12 10 0 Good Used Tyres 10.50 - 20 BAR TREAD TYRES from ? 10 0 0 Reliable Tubes to fit ? 2 1 0 0 10.50 - 20 TYRES - TUBES - WHEELS com plete (Army 8-bolt hole type wheels) £15, £17/10/-, t20. 7.50 ? 17 BAR TREAD TYRES ? 8 15 0 7.50 - 18 PRACTICALLY BRAND NEW 8-ply TRUCK TYRE, TUBE & WHEEL complete s ? 15 10 0 (Suitable for converting- farm imple ments, or for heavy truck work). M. S. MclIOD LTD. iw pul™iids^ TRAVELLERS! BETWEEN ALICE AND DARWIN ? CALL AT ? SCOTT'S - - ELLIOTT Red Cross Hut FOR ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS MEALS AT ALL HOURS Groceries ? Cool Drinks ? Flume Petrol _ Mobiloil MOTOR REPAIRS etc

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

FOR YOUR NEXT PRINTING ORDER — TRY THIS OFFICE Glare ? Eliminated By Wearing /3 POLAROID SUN SHIELDS complete in Case £1 pair. Post, and Reg. 1/-. AMERICAN AVIATION TYPE GLARE GLASSES com plete in Case £1/17/6. Post, and Reg. 1/-. CLIP ON GLARE GLASSES, fits over your spectacles with Coollite Green Lenses, 27/6 pair, Dark, 35/-, Blue 37/6. All cased. RETURN MAIL SERVICE OPTOMETRIST SNELSON Katoomba, Blue Mts., N.S.W. F .B.C. HEEN AN&CO TODD STREET, ALICE SPRINGS AERATED WATERS MILK AND ICECREAM FRUIT VEGETABLES AND SMALLGOODS ALSO STOCKED DELICATESSEN and PATENT MEDICINES PHONE 67 F. B. C. HEENAN & CO.

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

The young bride said sadly : 'Men are too mean for anything.' 'What's the trouble now ?' ask ed her best friend. 'Why. I asked John for a car today, and he said that I must be content with the splendid carriage Nature had given me.' Charlie: How does a water divjner know where a spring lies ? Alfred: He just twigs it. .;: * * * 'Haven't you got :i mechanical mind ?' 'T have not. I can only tell a nut from a screw with difficulty.'

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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LOCAL COURT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

LOCAL COURT NEWS On Monday in the Local Court, the following judgment was read out : Between Desmond Howard Byrnes (trading as 'Northern Motors') of Alice Springs, Garage ' Proprietor, Plaintiff and Charted Nevil Ker Bell, of Darwin, Taxi Service Proprietor, Defendant. TERMS OF SETTLEMENT 1. Judgment by consent for the plaintiff for £255. 2. The defendant to pay plain tiff's taxed costs of the action. 3. The amount of the judgment to be paid by weekly instalments of ,£5 each commencing 24th November, 1947. ** 4. In the event of default being made in payment of any of the instalments of the judgment the plaintiff may issue execution for the full amount of the balance outstanding. In charges arising out of an accident at Shell Corner, Alice Springs, several months ago, Wil liam Parks was fined £2 with 15/ costs, £27/10/8 compensation to - P.M.G. Department. In default two months' imprisonment.. An unusual feature was that the Police Court and Local Court charges were being heard in th...

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MISS AUSTRALIA QUEST MISS DAPHNE CAMPBELL LEAVES FOU SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

MISS AUSTRALIA QUEST MISS DAPHNE CAMPBELL LEAVES FOR SYDNEY In the past week certain rulings have been challenged as to Miss Daphne Campbell (Miss Northern Territory) beimr able to represent Miss South Australia. It has now been decided to ack nowledge her as Miss South Aus tralia and Miss Campbell left for Sydney this week with her baby daughter, Ericka, to present her self for judging on November 25. MISS W.A. CHOSEN News comes from Western Aus tralia that Miss Erica Drake Brbckman, a grey-eyed brunette, has been chosen to represent West Australia in the Miss Australia Quest. '

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

^jJ^Haijj^r /^fvif w%* striding along in step ... Town and # # Country . . . each with its aims and problems . . . each assured of the kindly co-operation of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. ** The many facilities offered by the Bank are avail able to assist industrial and primary development oi all kinds. Your local branch manager will be glad to advise you. ContiiioinvcaltbJBank of Hustralm. ^^^^_ EVERY BRANCH OF THE BANK CONDUCTS ^^???l 2222 SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS. ^np ? COB---6a ? GEO. WALTON ALICE SPRINGS r NORTHERN TERRITORY ICE AND AERATED WATER MANUFACTURER PROP. PIONEER REFRESHMENT ROOM P.O. Box 54 Factory Telephone No. 96 Cool Drinks «-* Ice Cream ? Hot Dogs CONFECTIONERY— only the best brands stocked .(opposite Convent) ^S^HEJ^^^k^B^B^BwHP House Painting Undertaken ' **S\\* T»?S* '- '**-*&? -^ «V /-'* GET. A QUOTE FROM US V^'?*; ,';''', ^ ' ~~V r* '*o; NORTHERN TERRITORY PTY. LTD STUART HIGHWAY __ ALICE SPRINGS Automotive and General Engineers GIVE IMMEDIATE ATT...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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TEMPERATURES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

TEMPERATURES November 13, 95 degrees; 14, 100; 15, 94; 16, 91; 17, 94; 18, 95; 19, 99; 20, 102.5. Children's Hospital Building Fund Appeal: Mile of Pennies is now 172 yards — worth £21/10/-.

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

ENJOY *«MOORE' AND BETTER HEALTH By Eating the Bread We Knead Pay Ypur Good Dough For Good Bread AND GOOD BREAD IS SURE ? ? ? . from J. W. MOORE Alice Spring's Bakery Todd Street. Alice Springs SMALL GOODS A SPECIALTY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 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 i Telegraphic Address: 'COLESBROS', Adelaide. ' Gus. Brandt QUALITY BUTCHER TODD STIJEET, ALICE SPRINGS All best cuts in beef and mutton. All smallgoods made on - premises 7 ^ DAILY SUPPLYING OVER WHOLE OP Northern Territory FOR EXPERT TAILORING PLACE YOUR ORDER IN CONFIDENCE WITH F. R. SING 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 Couche ? or Laundry...

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

C. J. CASHMAN & CO. LADIES', GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS. 'WE AIM TO PLEASE' Jte/ ^ GIFT SUGGESTIONS Mffl^SSpflfh^ * * HANDKERCHIEFS ^^*%-*^-^*^ ^ COSMETICS dp^S FOR THE KIDDIES mJr^~^ ^^ CYCLOPS TOYS Make *A WASHABLE TOYS LAY- BY NUMEROUS NOVELTIES For Xmas Secure cms Nowt HOSIERY LINGERIE .-*.MU^km!L. ? FOOTWEAR Etc. L O C A L C HKIS T M A S C ARDS THE STORES WITH THE STOCKS ALICE SPRINGS AND DARWIN

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

LOOK YOUR BEST IX SUMMER FABRICS FROM THE Jacarancla PRINTED SPUN, 8/1 to 10/ yard. 2 epns per yard. Washable and creaseresist ing in Smart Designs. Also BAM III SPUN, 8/1 yard. Showing in White, Pink, Blue, etc. Suitable for Children's Wear, and Blouses. ? :O:_ LINEN SKIRTS by 'Hit Parader.' Pleated for Sportswear, and Gaily Colored Dirndl Skirts Always in Stock ? :O: ? FROCKS FOR EVERY OCCASION AiR SIMVkCtS Regular Airmail Services to Perth leave as under : — Ex Katherine — 8.25 a.m. Alt. Mon days — Nov. 3, 17, Decent. 1 & 15. Ex Darwin— 1.40 p.m. every Friday. Anson G-Passenger Aircraft avail able from Darwin for Charter at 1/9 per mile. MACROBERTSON-MILLER AVIATION CO. LTD. Weedon & Lawrance Buildings, 1 DARWIN 1 or 194 St. George's Terrace i PERTH pjl26,48 \ You'll Come Out Looking I SMART ) and \ WELL GROOMED | after you see j Bert Couche i Todd Street, Alice Springs S THE I LEADING HAIRDRESSER CIVILITY AND SATISFACTION ASSURED for ; RELIABLE PLUMBING SEE I FRA...

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For the Children THE LEAF BROWNIES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

For the Children THE LEAF BROWNIES The trees stood so close together that their leaves and branches were mixed up. When the wind blew, they all waved their arms at once and bowed their heads to gether. There wore oaks, maples, elms, poplars, beeches, and a great many others. The leaves were so thick that no one could see Mr. Squirrel's summer home, or the little squir rels asleep in their leafy beds. The fairies liked to go to this wood for their picnics. One day, towards the end of September, they had a party. Their tables wr.c- mossy banks. These tables looked very pretty when everything was laid. Big green leaves n^ade table-cloths. Small leaves were napkins and bibs. The . big acorn-cups made bowls and dishes; the smaller acorn-cups were just right for drinking cups, and held water and honev. The fairies peeled the nuts anc cut them into slices for bread and butter. A little crab-apple in 'a bright yellow and red coat was their cake — a very large cake ! — and one blackberry on ...

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Women's Column CUP OF TEA CHAT [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

Women's Column ? ? \f a ? CUP OF TE& CHAT BY SUE Good afternoon all ! Are these 'weeks getting* shorter ? I hope I'm not the only one who finds one week-end a little too close to the next. Arnold H«nnf»tt, wasn't, it who said 'Time is the inexplicable raw material of everything' ? Remember 'Gone With The Wind' ? On the wall at Tarn there was an inscription advising against wasting Time 'the stuff of which Life is made.' I would like to remember the exact words but have never been able to recall them. It annoys me when I try and cannot — Legislative Council nominations have been made, and very soon we'll all be conscientiously voting for the uerson we think best able to represent us'. Are we to hear a 'policy' speech. I wonder ? At any rate it's up to you (and to me) to give considerable thought to the matter before casting a vote. [fs no use grumbling about poor i*epresentatiQii later; it's our job to put the right person on the Council, isn't it ? T was sorting some old boo...

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JAPANESE GOODS FOR CHRISTMAS ? [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

JAPANESE GOODS FOR CHRISTMAS ? Among some of the goods being1 sold lately for Christmas are Christmas stocking filled with toys marked 'Made in Japan.' Why js it that these cheap and nasty toys are being sold on the market in preference to good old 'Australian made.' ? 'There will be soon more motor ists than pedestrians. They will forni^ a majority.' 'Yes — a crushing majority.'

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COLUMNIST SETS NEW RECORD WINS WILLIAMSTOWN CUP [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

COLUMNIST SETS NEW RECORD WINS WILIilAMSTOWN CUP Australia's new champion, Col umnist, who has won five out of his last six starts, made two new records at Flemincrton on Satur day. He smashed the time record for thirteen furlongs when he won the Williamstown Cup in the time of 2.42 thus clipping 19 sees, off the record and equalled the weight carrying record of Second Wind in 1931, by winning the Caulfield Cup in the same year. Throughout the Cup, Columnist held a good position and seemed never to be in doubt. On enter ing the straight he made his run and had no trouble in holding off Fine Fettle, IG/1, and Red Fury, 7/1, who finished in that order. Columnist started favourite 7/4.

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

Printed and published by Gordon Chapman at the 'Central inn Ad vocate' Office, Railway Terrace, Alice Springs.

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CONTROL OF NATIVES IN DARWIN [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

CONTROL OF NATIVES IN DARWIN A new prohibited area, proclaim ed under the provisions of the Aboriginals Ordinance 1918-1947, has been created. This includes all that land with the exception of the Batfot Aboriginal Reserve be tween the coastline and the bound ary formed by Berrimah Road and McMillan's Road and its extension to llapid Creek and thence along the left bank of Rapid Creek to the coast. The declaration of a prohibited area means that no native shall be within the boundaries of that area one hour after sunset except under authorised circumstances. Persons on whose premises their native employee resides, must have written authority from the Director of Native All'airs permit ting the native to live in. When such authority is given the em ployer is then obliged to ensure, as far as he is able, that the native does not leave the confines of his residential area between the hours of seven in the evening and six in the morning without a written pass from his employer. Special ...

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Saturday's Racing CHELTENHAM 1.15—PENNINGTON TRIAL HURDLE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

Saturday's Racing CHELTENHAM 1.15 — PENNINGTON TRIAL HURDLE Two miles 145 yards Surefoot 9 10 Patreen 9 1 Perseus 9 7 Prince Barnsdale 9 5 Tarzan 9 1 Airbase 9 4 Shakuni Macon 9 4 Pride 9 1 Salvanos 9 4 Gold Title 9 0 Salamis 9 4 Sixer 9, 0 Lord Rapine 9 3 Perseus, Surefoot, Barnsdale 1 .55— K I XGSTON HANDICAP Five furlongs Delenda 8 1 Lady Pretana 8 0 Cavina 7 10 Glenelg Martand 7 10 Bay 7 13 Bluefoam 7 9 Star Lodes 7 12 Sky Patrol 7 8 Jack Visalia 7 7 Baccha 7 11 Worando 7 6 Mesabi 7 11 Birksgate 7 5 Ard-ri 7 10 Primleeta 7 5 Gay Lyric 7 10 Pretana, Sky Patrol, Mesabi 2.35— MUNICIPAL HANDICAP Nine furlongs and CO yards Robbie 9 4 Parida 8 3 Robsun 9 0 His Honor 7 3 Pistol Chief 8 9 Robsun, Robbie 3.— DALE WELTER Eight and a half furlongs Cargeonel 9 12 Ethmar 8 0 Parida 9 4 Gold Prince Crown 8 0 Koomya 9 0 Great Peak 8 0 Russian Our Para 8 0 Boy 8 9 Panehala 8 0 Middle Pansouris 8 0 Park 8 3 Soltello 8 0 Nevar 8 2 Walter Bonny Raleigh 8 0 Charta 8 1 Cargeonel, Koomya, Middle Park...

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

Farmers' Union Stock & Poultry Food Specialists I'lact' Your Order NOW For Otfr lli«h Quality Products POULTRY FOODS : Battery Brooder Mash ....„ „ ? 1.0/ G per batf of 120 lbs. Growing Mash ? l.'J/f) per ba«- of 120 lbs. Laying Mash , Less 6d. ba^ for h ton or more , IH/i) per bag1 of 120 Ibn. Chickfood, No. 1 & 2 ? 17/1 per cwt. Cracked Wheat .„ ? 17/',i per bag of 150 lbs. Whey Powder ? ? ? 35/- per cwt. Buttermilk Powder ? ...... ' 25/- per 56 lb. bap. Bone Meal - ? - ? 15/- per 100 lbs. STOCK FOODS : Crushed Wheat ? 10/ - per 140 lb. bag. 13 bags or more ? 15/.'* per 140 lb. b'aj?. Crushed Oats ? VV- per 100 lb. bag. 18 bags or more ? l2/(» per 100 lb. ba#. Dairy Meal ? .18/9 per 1.10 lb. bajj. 13 bajrs or more ? 13/3 per 110 lb. bap:. Dicalcie Phosphate ? 14/- per cwt. Prices F.O.It. Mile End. PRODUCE DEPT. THE S.A. FARMERS' CO-OP. UNION LTD. :$-» Franklin St. TelegrumH: SAFCTLA. ADELAIDE. ? Phone C3550. ?

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CAULFIELD 1—ROSSTOWN PLATE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 22 November 1947

CAULFIELD 1.— KQSSTOWN PLATE ' Six furlongs Kind Link 9 ' 3 Quezon 7 3 River Hero 9 0 Yultana 7 3 Thor 8 10 Jubilee Black Law 8 0 King 7 2 Lord Camp- Lord bell 8 C. Wavell 7 2 Rythym Somers 7 2 Queen 8 1 Abram 7 0 Jalna 7 9 Crossbolt 7 0 Upheaval 7 9 Home Solon 7 7 Bush 7 0 St. Dandy 7 7 Mexican Unfurl 7 7 Dawn 7 0 The Rareone 7 0 v Doctor 7 5 Tenderfoot 7 0 /' Hawa Rani 7 3 Token 7 0 ' Lord Campbell, Rythym Queen, Hawa Rani 1.35— STANMORE HANDICAP For 2-year-olds Five furlongs Bengali 8 11 Spain 7 9 Amiritsu 8 5. My Colleen 7 9 Ralton 8 2 Lady Fury 7 8 Arabint 8 0 La Sirine 7 8 Bartolis 8 0 One Up 7 6 Narjera 8 0 Queen's Bold Ven- Court 7 6 ture 7 12 Gold Prunus 7 12 Token 7 4 El Wadi 7 11 Dover Gay Sil- Maid 7 2 ouette 7 9 Lady Cax Lady of ton 7 2 Bengal], Amiritsa, Narjera 2.15— ECLIPSE STAKES IS miles Arduli * 8 8 Canada 7 G Nagation 8 5 Rubontine 7 6 Fine Fettle 8 4 Lungi 7 4 Propontis 8 4 Skyrocks G 12 Stenelaus 8 2 Constable 6 10 Britisher 7 10 Propontis, Fine Fettle, Nagotio...

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