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A MEMORANDUM ON CHINA (Part 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

A MEMORANDUM ON CHINA (Part 1.) Articles of opinion and impressions of the Chinese situation abound. In the following memorandum an effort has been made to record what it is thought are almost uniformally re- garded as the facts. Statements as far as possible from reputable sourc es which are available at most Pub lie Libraries. The Manchu Empire came to an end in 1911. It had ruled China since 1644, but, especially in the south, had always been an alien rule and many Chnese looked back with re- gret to .the days of the Ming, Tang; and Han dynasties when China was ruled by the Chinese. When the end came, it was due as the Chinese said to the Manchus having exhausted the Mandate of Heaven; their throne was responsible for the protection of the national sovereignty and dignity and it had failed and had truckled to the foreigners. The charge of incap acity developed inter racial hatred and the younger western-educated Chinese saw the opportunity of re- organising the government of the ...

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GN 264/27 THE TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA New Gold Mining District [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

GN- 264/27 TtiE TERRITORY OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA -o ftiew Gold ÈVSbing District Ly vii tue of the provisions of sec- tion öS of the Northern Australia Act xiíSáo and section 6 of the Northern Territory Mining Act 1903, I, the Honorable Charles William Clanan Marr, Minister of State for Home and Territories, do hereby erect that portion of the Territory of Central Australia, the limits and boundaries whereof are deñned in the Schedule hereto, into a Gold Mining District, with the distinguishing name of "Gold Mining District. A. " The Schedule The whole of the Territory of Central Australia excepting that por- tion lying between the 20th and 21st parallels of south latitude and be- tween the 129th and 131st meridians of east longitude. Dated at Melbourne this twenty fifth day of August, 1927. C. W. C. MARR, Minister for Home and Territories

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GN 268/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA Alteration and Variation of Limits of Boundaries of Gold Mining District [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

GN 268/27 THE TERRITORY OF NORTH AUSTRALIA Alteration and Variation of Limits of boundaries of Coil* ÊMtnittg Üi¡strict hy vii tue oí the provisions of sec- tion ÖÖ ol' the JNorthein Austiana Act LVZÖ and section G oí the iNortheni Territory Mining i^ctxWú, i, the . Honoxame Charles William Clanan Marr, Minister of State for Home and Territories do hereby alter and vary the limits of the boundaiies 01 taoid Mining District E to the limits and boundaries as set out in Sched- ule hereto. The Schedule Ali that portion of the Territory of i,o.ca Australia lying between the li/th and 20th parallels of south latit- ude and between the 133rd and 13(3th meridians of east longitude. Dated at Melbourne this twuity iifth day of August- 1927. C. W. C. MAUR, Minister for Home and 'leintcrier

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GN 285,27 The Supreme Court of the Northern Territory [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

GN 285,27 The Supreme Court of the Northern Territory Office of the Sheriff Court House, Darwin. IN pursuance of a writ under the hand of His Honor, Donald Arthur Roberts the Judge of the Northern Territory, io mo directed, f hereby give notice that the said Court will sit as n Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery ou Wednesday, the 16th day of Novemher 1927, at Ue Court House, Darwin, at ]0 o'clock in the morning, and all parties bound to prosecute and give evidence, and all juiora summoned, and all others having business al- the said Court, are required to attend the sittings thereof. Witnesses bound by recognizances to prosecute or give evidence, or who may be subpoenaed on the part of the Crown or of any prisoner, are re quiied to attend the Court at 10 o'clock on the morning of the .said 16th day of November, 1927. By order of the Judge of the Northern Territory. F. T. MACARTNEY, ^ Darwin, 1st November, 1927 Sheriff.

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GN 289/27 TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF OLD GALVANISED IRON SHED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

GN 289/27 TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF OLD GALVANISED IRON SHED SEALED TENDERS are invited from persons who are desirous of purchasing the building at Zapopan Mine, Brocks Creek, known as the Zapopan Battery Shed, which is offer- ed for sale as, and where it stands. This building is a timber and gal vanised-iron structure, erected some- where about thirty years ago. and which covers the remains of the Zapopan stamp battery, boiler en- gine etc. In one corner of the build- ing, the timber has given way, and the iron there requires to be moved as soon as possible. The greater part of the galvanised iron on this shed was new when it was placed in position, but some of the galvan- ised iron was then second-hand, lhere are supposed to be about 300 sheets of galvanised iron in the building which is situated about one mile to the South East of the Brocks Creek Ralway Station, but the Gov- ernment will accept no responsibil- ity should there be less iron there than is stated; and intending tende...

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NATURE FILMS' POPULARITY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

NATURE FILES' POPULARITY Expert picture showmen who con- tend that "Nature" films are out oí place in their theatres would have been surprised had they hear.d the reception o:iven to Captain* C. W. R. Knight's "Golden Eagle" at the Stell Picture Theatre, London. This is the first time the film has. been present- ed before a typical cinema audience, and; in giving it the place of honour on the programme, the Stoll manage- ment were making a bold experi- ment-. Attention was aroused as soon as the first pictures appeared on tbe screen,' and very soon rnp1-"^ which broke out again and . acain,. placed the success of the' experiment beyond doubt. Captain Knight's run "ari ^ßuapiA9 s-ßAV Á^UOUIUIOO Sum keenly appreciated. "* r**"-** ""rwi nv-*

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KING v McKINNON High Court Appeal Melbourne Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

KING v MCKINNON -o ! High Court Appeal j Melbourne Wednesday The Full Court of the High Court of Australia, consisting of Mr Jus- tice Higgins, Mr Justice Duffy and Mr Justice Starke, to-day granted leave to appeal against portion of a judgment of Judge Roberts; of the Supreme Court of Northern Austral- ia; who fined Donald MacKinnon, editor of the . Northern Standard; £200 and directed that he should be imprisoned in the Darwin Gaol until the fine was paid on a charge of hav- ing printed a defamatory libel in re- j spect of Mounted Constable Clapp in ! the Northern Standard. ¡ It appeared from the court papers , that Clapp had to attend to some court business a considerable distance { away from Marranboy. Two nurses anxious to exlore the country rode^! out wi,th him on the journey. On the return they lost their way. They j lit a fire and camped for the night. | When they sought to resume the journey the horse ridden by one of , the nurses broke down. According to some evidence the ...

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MUSIC OR GEOGRAPHY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

MUSIC OR GEOGRAPHY Names of foreign coit:pi.e o ana their works often lead -o mistakes and the technical íiair.es oí certain works do- so though probably oi.ly among those who KiK'vv \>C:\( t'cally nothing abou;t music !.he joke about, the man who was as kel if lie would like a sonata; and rep-Jod that he had had one on the wa: ; is an old and oft lepec.ted one; A i KT*} natuial mis- take was that made a £>norc lime ago hy a lady in musical circles v.ho; how- ever was not up to date in her infer, mation. "Let me see;'' said her friend "Wozzek' is by Alban Berg, isn't it ?" "Why do you ask me that ?" was the repty You know J am not good at geography '" But "Wozzek" is the name of an opera "cc irposed by the Austrian musician Alban Berg and the . eason for the enquiry was that owing to the sen f.atior.al character of the music and the uproar it created; the work was harned for a-time by the municipal authorities at Prague. . -c The programme for Brock's Creek Rece Meeting w11 be...

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GN 282/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA HEALTH ORDINANCE 1915-1924 SANITARY AND GARBAGE CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

G N 232/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA HEALTH ORDINANCE 1915-1924 SANITARY AND GARBAGE CHARGES BY virtue of the provisions of the Health Ordinance 1915-1924 and the Northern Australia Act 1926, I, Rob- ert Hunter Weddell, Government resident of North Australia, do here- by make in respect of the Katherine Daly Waters Health Area an annual charge for each pan in respect of which sanitary services are supplied of Eight Pounds (£8) for a bi-week- ly sanitary service for night soil and urine and of Three pounds C#3) for a bi-weekly garbage service payable quarterly in advance on the first days of the months of November, Febru- ary, May, and August in every year. - Datei at Darwin this twenty-four- th day of October 1927. R. H. WEDDELL, Government Resident of North Australia. Printed and Published by EDWARD JAMES FOSTER, for the "Northern Territory Times Proprietary," at the Office. Smith. Street, Darwin.

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RICE GRASS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

RICE GRASS Australian pastoralists now in England are investigating the prop- erties of rice grass with a view to its introduction into coastal districts in the Commonwealth. Champions of rice grass believe there is a great future for it in Australia. A sharp shower registered 35 points of rain this morning. Mr Nelson; M.H.H. says that unless exploitation of aborignals was stop- ed in North Australia there would be a revolution and he would go up and help them. It is to be hoped that Mr Nelson will make enquiries as to whether natives or halfcastes were employed   at the Shackle Mine and what wages they were paid. Motor Mechanic Cowper left on Wednesday piloting Mr F. E. Holmes on a tour of his outback stations. They expect to be absent about a fortnight. Rev. W. H. Davies was a passen- ger to Katherine on Wednesday and will return to-night. An injured Russian Lamed Bagatoff arrived on Wednesday's train for medi cal attention; having met with an accident whilst driving ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

Dr. Haworth DENTIST KATHERINE Brldgework according to arrange- ment. Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can have then put In order at a charge to suit their pocket. More expensive work supplied to those who desire it. WILL VISIT DARWIN MONTHLY Dr.H. Leighton Jones HOURS AT HOME 8 to 9 a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. SATURDAY & SUNDAY 8 to 9 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Whenever possible notification re- garding visits required should be|made before 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 COOL» CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Service and Well-Cooked Food. MEALS AT ALL HOURS FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarders 30/-; 21 Mea? Tickets 35/-; Single Meals 1/9. PHONE 59: Carriers and Contractors Boats and Trains Met 5 and 7 Seater Cars for Hire Repairs. A Specialty Split and Sawn Wood A Trial will Convince ,'CiU! ¡nul inspect our Large stock of Spares xnd accessories Wo ian supply you with Brookway and Chevrolet Trucks Buick, Chevrolet, Crys...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

NOTICE -o Any person found cutting OL re- moving timber, or in any way ties passing, on Sections 407; 408; 409 410 411; 412 or 413, Hundred of Bagot, will be prosecuted. NORTHERN AGENCY Ltd. TAKE NOTICE that Chee Pon otherwise known as Gee Kee Gan re- tired from the lousiness of Chin J Ian Yee & Chee Pon. of Darwin, tailors, as from 28th September last. GEE KEE GAN Ty his attorney Gee Hong Yet LOST, from Jetty roll of mats and umbrellas, return to Times Office. Reward. JOB PRINTING of all kinds exe cuted tastefully and satisfactorily at the N. T. Times Office. DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE is hereby given that; License Fees for Motor Vehicles; Carts; Drays; Sulkies etc. Dog Registration Fees. Goat Registration Fees. MUHT BE PAID on or before 15th November 1927 otherwise proceed- ings will be instituted for recovery of same. Town Hall; Darwin; November 3; 1927. F. O'LEARY Town Clerk COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS -o Tenders for Firewood Tenders are invited for the supply of fifty (50) to...

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GN 283/27 ABORIGINALS ORDINANCE 1918-1927 PROHIBITED AREA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

G N 283/27 ABORIGINALS ORDINANCE 1918-1927 PROHIBITED AREA IN pursuance of the powers con- ferred upon me by the Aboriginals Ordinance 1918-1927 and the North- ern Australia Act 1926 I, Robert Hunter Weddell, Government Resi- dent of North Australia, hereby de- clare all that area of land commenc- ing at Brocks Creek Station thence East South East along the Railway line for a distance of one and a half miles, thence due South for a dis- tance of one mile, thence due North for a distance of about one and a quarter miles, thence along the Railway line to the point of com- mencement to be a Prohibited Area. Dated at Darwin this 24th day of October, 1927. R. H. WEDDELL, Government Resident of North Australia.

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GN 284/27 PROCLAMATION Australia to wit St[?]haven, Governor-General. By His Excellency the Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 4 November 1927

GN 284/27 PROCLAMATION By His Excellency Australia to wit the Gorernor-Gen StoadttYtn, eral of the Com Governor-General Commonwealth of Australia. Whereas by section one hundred and twenty-four of the Defence Act 1903 1927, it is enacted, inter alia, that the Governor-General may make regulat- ions prescribing matters providing for and in relation to the regulation, control, or prohibition, of the con- struction of buildings or other erect ins within areas proclaimed by him to be areas in which such regulation, control, or prohibition is necessary for the defence of the Common- wealth : And whereas, in the opinion of the Governor-General, the regulation control, or prohibition; of the con- struction of buildings or other erect- ions within the areas described in the Schedule hereto is necessary for the defence of the Commonwealth: Now therefore I, John Lawrence Baron Stonehaven, the Governor General aforesaid, acting with the ad- vice of the Federal Executive Council do hereby procl...

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CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat 12 3 4 5 6 . 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 l8 19 20 '21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ' First Quarter 3rd; Full Moon 9th; . Last Quarter 16th; New Moon 24th.

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DARWIN POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

DARWIN POLICE COURT Before V.L. Lampe Esq. S.M. , on Monday Charlie Lindus, an abor- iginal, was charged with unlawfully refusing* to remain within the abor ginal reserve when required to do so by the Protector of Aboriginals. Sgt. Stretton said it was desired to withdraw the charge. Defendant was ordered to remain but abscond- ed. At the time he was a leper sus- pect and it was desired to take a blood smear. He was arrested near the Ten Mile and a blood smear taken which gave a negative result. The application to withdraw the charge was granted. ..William Jones was charged that on he 6lh of November at Darwin he feloniously shot at Thomas Wood with intent to commit murder. . Sgt. Stretton said that on the 6th November at 10.30 a.m. accused was on the foreshore near what is known as the Triangle on the road to the wharf and engaged in what he called his aeroplane. The com- plainant Thomas Wood was walking along the foreshore «and innocently endeavoured and succeeded in taking a phot...

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ARBITRATION COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

ARBSTRATION COURT On Monday last His Honor, Judge Roberts sat to hear evidence on Com- mission in connection with the Past- oral Industry, when an application for adjournment till Wednesday November 9th was granted.

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CAPTIVE WHITE WOMAN Believed to be still held by Natives who seized her three years ago (From London Daily Mirror) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

CAPTIVE WHITE WOMAN Believed to be still held by Natives who seized her three years ago (From London Daily Mirror) Is a white woman who was carried off by North Australian natives three years ago still held captive by them ? Mr Francis Birtles, who has been exploring Australia by car for twenty years, and .who yesterday arrived at Liverpool .for a motor tour of Eng land recalled, in an interview, the Douglas Mawson shipwreck on the coast of North Australia three years ago, when the crew of white men were murdered by natives and two white women allowed to live. Several rescue parties had been out without success, he said, and he believed one of these women still survived.

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Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

Shipping . Arrirals from ihe East by the Mac- olla on Monday mommy were Air Kenntdy who is proceeding to the Katharine and Mr tí T Clanfield. Departures : Miss K Thornbur, A G Wall, Mrs G Seale and child, Miss F Maclean and Masters Horsburgh (4) Mrs Ross Jones, E J Martin, A E Olsen, J P Watt, Mr, Mrs, and Mas- ter Naylor and native servant, J Gorey, Mr and Mrs Heaps and two children, Misa M Finniss, Miss W Rogers, L M Atkins, T Styles, A Brown, Miss L Bell and Master Bill, Mra M Campbell, Mrs E «pain, Miss P Osborn« Mrs H Bargwann», Mrs O Osborn«, J Fitzgerald, F Heinrick, J Kootsooki8, A ilampotis, Miss Lewis, L Bais, Miss 0 Gum, P Makris, G Medado, Mrs, Miss and Master Lee, B.Th«odoran, J A Davij?, P Athnas, .Mrs W Forday and child, J Yuen, J Burke, L Pumpa, A Pautelis, P Jose, M Audélly, C Antony, N Gafares, M Folas, F H Elliott, G Verevis, IS Si .weznaki. C Galatis, J Tvacy, H Collins O Beaton, L Creusot, J Azzopardi, F Sultan», C Bolints, Ñ Miohael, W Jackson, A Salibi, L Will...

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BRITISH SUPERMARINES ON THE WAY Bagdad Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

BRITISH SUPERMARINES ON THE WAY Bagdad Tuesday The British Supermarines, which are on their way to Australia, arrived here on Sunday.

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