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

DARWIN POLICE COURT Before N C Bell. Esq, S M. to-day, Charles Joseph While was charged with being unlawfully drunk in Bennett Street aud pleaded guilty. A previous conviction was recorded against him in October. Defendant was fined 15/-, payment to-day. *, Only about six votes arrived by mail from Batchelor, on Friday, for the Advisory Council Election. They were not counted. No further votes are now likely until the Malabar arrives from south. The overland mail, due at Darwin on December 2, should bring a fair number of voies from the Tablelands, Borroloola and Victoria River. A Gippsland cockie, up for the Melbourne Cup, was so pleased with the Roquefort cheese sorved at a city restaurant that he took some home with him. ile arrived horne very la<e, and his laiuily had retired. Ho put the cheeki), wrapped in silver paper, on the kitchen table and forgot, all about it till the next evening.. While the family were parlaking of the evening meal, ho suddenly thought, of th...

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
NON-STOP TO INDIA FLIGHT London Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

NONSTOP TO INDIA FLIGHT London Tuesday Captain Mcintosh and Hinkler deny that they will continue the pro- jected non-stop flight to India and'go r n to Australia. Hinkler hopes to be lack in England ' within a fortnight to reorganize plans for the flight of light aeroplanes to Australia.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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BROCKS GREEK PICNIC RACE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

BROCKS GREEK PICNIC RACE CLUB Will hold a race meeting at Brocks Creek on 14th and 15th December, 1927, for bonafide grassfed horses of the Northern Territory and t East Kimberley areas, which have not won a Prize of £5 or over previous to this meeting. Amateur white approved riders' only .N.T. Race Club Rules strictly adhered to. PROGRAMME First Day, 14th Deccmbc.- if-? 1.-TRIAL STAKES, 4 furlongs, Prize £5, start 3.30 p.m. 2.-BURNSIDE HANDICAP, A Sweepstake of t£2 per horse, with' £5 added money, open to all approved riders and registered horses. Second Day, 15th December, 1927 1.-BROCKS CREEK HANDICAP, 4 furlongs, Prize £6, start 1 a.m. 2.-BUFFALO MUG, 5 furlongs, Prize £6. 3.-HACK BRACELET, 5 fur- longs, Prize £10. 4.-FEDERATION HOTEL STAK ES, 4 furlongs, Prize £5. 5.-TIPPERARY SCURRY, 3 fur longs, Prize £5. '' 6.-CONSOLATION HANDICAP, 3 furlongs, Prize £3. Norn, and accept. 5 per cent of prize money. Minimum Weights :-Open Race 9 st. 7 lbs. Other Races 10 st. 7 lbs. Entries Clo...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

Dr. HAWORTrv CENTIST KATHERINE Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attentk.i can have them put in order at a. charge tu suit thur pocket. Mors expensive v\rork supplied to' those who desire it. Bridgework according to arrange- ment. WILL VISIT DARWIN MONTHLY NOTICE. I the undersigned herewith notit'v 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. FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. Sawn and split a. ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MacLachlan St. Wood Depot. NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties owned by Yat Loony /re warned thal le^'il pro .ceilings will be taken against oiicnders. Notice is also given that the bim between the Da...

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

TIDES FOR NOVEMBER Morn. Aft 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 2 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 .0 5 51 6' 8 25 6 2 6 8 1 6 40 6 50 26 6 38 6 37 2 7 26 7 30 27 7 16 7 7 3 8 14 8 14 28 7 54 7 41 .4 9 5 9 1 29 8 34 8 21 .5 10 0 io 0 30 9 l8 9 9

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NAVY TRAINING SHIP SOLD Melbourne Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

fJÄVY TRAINING SHIP SOLD Melbourne Tuesday The H.M.A.S. Tingira, which for several years was used as a training ship by the Royal Australian Navy, has been sold by the Defence Depart- ment for £1,327 to Mr W. M. Ford, a shipbuilder of Nor,th Sydney.

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NO SMOKING—NO SUGAR SHIPPED Brisbane Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

U-iG SaSOKSWÖ-WO SUQAR £W?.PED Brisbane Tuesday* Owing to the Bowen Waterside ¥/orkers refusing to resume duty UÏ-.'.M the Harbours Board remits the rue*-- imposed for smoking, no sugar \\.r.y, difipached from the Inkerman ' JLj'-! fo> a week. The local farmers lo:e decided to proceed to Bowen pmi lead the ships.

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GENERAL TELEGRAMS NEW DARWIN TO SYDNEY RECORD Sydney Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

GENERAL TELEGRAMS NEW DARWIN TO SYDNEY RECORD Sydney Tuesday Dr Allan Mackay and Barty Wood arrived in Sydney in an Essex Super Six single seater car at 10.53 a.m. on Monday. Their journey of 2,600 miles occupied five days, five hours and 53 minutes. They have thus beat en the previous best time from Dar- win to Sydney by over a day and they still have two days in which to arrive in Melbourne and lower the previous Darwin to Melbourne record by about 20 hours. The route taken was through Daly Waters and Newcastle Waters to Cloncurry and Bourke.

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METAL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

METAL IKARKET Copper Spot 55/3 0/7*; 3 months G5/10/7J; E'ec'rolytic 62/10/0: for ward (52/15/0; ^ead Spot 20/6/3; for- ward 2:,/15/0; Tin Spot 265/15/0 3 mrr.y;s 2h2/0/3; ^Silver Standard S«ot 2/1 3/4; forward 2/1 13/16; .Fine * Rpct 2/3 13/16: forward 2/3 7/8; Molybedenum 2/0/0; Wolfram 12/-.

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FAVOR ABOLITION OF CITY COUNCIL Sydney Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

FAVOR ABOLITION OF CITY COUNCIL Sydney Tuesday By securing the appointments of five new members of the legislative Council the Premier of New South Wales hopes to carry the Government measures through the Chamber. Though no pledges were demanded by the Government it is known that the new members are in favour of the abolition of the City Council and will assist in its extinction. The ap- pointments have brought the mem- bership of the Legislative Council up to 101.

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DANGEROUS SILENT COPS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

DANGEROUS SILENT COPS On Saturday night,, in endeavour- ing to get round the silent cop at Jolly's corner, a motor car crashed into an iron electric light post on the opposite corner. The driver is a com- petent man and was travelling at slow pace, but another car was ap- proaching at high speed,-,and to avoid collision swerved out and struck the post. The cast iron post was broken off near the ground, the overhead wires preventing it from falling. This affair could easily have had serious results. The streets are too narrow i cr bliese ridiculous obstructions, "a.11 ed silent cops. It is to be hoped that the Council will have them re- moved before a fatal accident occurs, which everyone feels sure is a cer- tainty in the near future. The wet season' is now upon n?, end r. even going at a snail's pace, could easily swerve a foot or two. That nr.a1! amount of swerve will be sui ficicnf to cause a crash into a Lice at the bank corner. If, at that moment, another car approached rt good...

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DEATH OF CONSTABLE CLAPP "I am Done! Tell the Boys I died Game!" [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

DEATH OF CONSTABLE CLAPP 'I am Done ! Tell the Boys I died Game !" On Sunday Darwin was startled with the news that Mounted Con stable Clapp had been shot while arresting a prisoner near Katherine and died shortly afterwards. No further news could be obtained because the telegraph office at Kath erine is out of touch on Sundays. In the meantime, Darwin invented a hundred different ways in which the unfortunate Constable had met his end, and then, late at night, the news was flashed through that an inquest had been held and that a finding of accidental death was re corded. Constable Clapp with Chief Con struction Engineer W, Illwraith was returning from the Construction. He had arrested three -nen on a charge of unlawful possession of tools and reached the railhead at 11 p.m. on Saturday, 5th instant. He there met a man named Jones with a quantity of liquor and arrested him for sell ing liquor without a liceiV2 to one Peckham. Jones was searched by Clapp who took from him an auto mat...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

TOWN TALK A pleasant afternoon was spent in the grounds of the Anglican Church on Saturday last the 4th instant when the parishioners assembled to wish "Bon Voyage" to Miss Finniss and Mr A. E. Olsen. Mr A. V. Stretton (Rectors Warden) spoke of the church work undertaken by both Miss 1< inniss and Mr Olsen and on be- half of the parishoners presented each of them with a wallet of notes. Mr W. H. Lauder (Peoples Warden) in support of Mr Stretton's remarks said it would be difficult to fill the vacancies caused by the departure of Miss Finniss and Mr Olsen as both had worked soy well. A pleasant function was brought to a close about 6 p.m. by singing the National Anthem. Mounted Constable Sargeant ar- rived by Friday's train from Tanami and left by theMarella for Adelaide on leave on 7th instant. He brought to Darwin two Aboriginal prisoners convicted of unlawful possession of flour alleged to be identical with flour stolen from a camp* at Tanami. Mounted Constable Sargeant...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

' \\ ; *. % TERMINUS nnd CLUB HOTELS --o STUDY LOCAL ÏNDUSTRT and send your ordeis for ' WINES, BEERS AND SPIRITS J. J. PARER CLUB AND TERMINUS HOTELS DARWIN We pay Special Attention to country orders and for which we can quote SPECIAL PRICES BOARD & LODGING from £2 6s. Prompt Delirery. AU the Best Brands kept. Sufficient Address : PARER, Darwin. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only becc brands of wines zuC spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA Proprietress Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent board»m Breakfast from «. 30 a m to 9 a m Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p ra. Dinner, 6 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. i¿ GEE FONG NAM Proprietor Shing Lep & Co TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS Photographers, Artistic Enlarge- ments,. Local postcards. Films >r plates developed and printed f>r amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Next door, Australian Cafe. ...

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A MEMORANDUM ON CHINA The Chinese Republic (PART TWO) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

A MEMORANDUM ON CHINA The Chinese Republic (PART TWO) In 1911, the'last Manchu Emperor abdicated, and the Chinese Republic was established. Sun Yat Sen was the first president, but only for a few weeks, and" early in 1912, he resigned in favour of Yuan Shih Kai. The year 1916 saw Yuan's attempt and failure to found a new dynasty, ending with his death. The Republic had been established in high hope's that China had found herself, and that a democratic form of Government capable of governing decently had been set up in the room of the gross rapacity of the Em pire, but these hopes were founded on no sure basis and the years sue ceeding Yuan's death saw China ravaged by a series of civil wars amongst the Tuchuns or military governors of the provinces. His strong hand alone had maintained stable government amongst the con flicting policies and ambitions of the semi independent military chieftains and amateur politicians who now as pired to rule the country. In addition to innumerable l...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

,¥JRES TUESDAY WIGHT -o GAZETTE -o STAR ANNA Q. NILLSON IN HEARTS AFLAÎÏ2E -o COMEDY CHRISTIE MAGPIE FOOTBALL CLUB A GENERAL RSEETISUG of the TJagpie Football Club will be held at i he Terminus Hotel on Wednesday night,' November 9th, 1927. All members are asked to make an effort to attend. J. W. NICHOLS Hon. Secretary TERiDERS FOR WELL SINKING TEt\JI?F^£? arc required foi- sinking n ^ o1! nt the Darwin nace Course. Tendéis clere cn.Monday, November "¡4. No tender necessarily accept ed. Particulars from undesigned. R. H. BOWMAN Secretary, N. T. R. C. . NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES . s.S. MARELLA Fiom Eastern Ports Consignees are hereby notified tha all cargo ex s.s. Marella will be de- livered by the vessel at the Railwa/ Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility ends when the Cargo is clear' of the Ship's tackle and delivery so far as the ship is concerned will be deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must be pro- duced and surrendered at ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

Cnízciira Treatment Pari the hair r.ru! ccntly rub in Cuticura Ointment until the whole scalp has been treated. Let thf Ointment remain on for some time, overnight if convenient. Then shampoo with a suds of Cuticura Soap and warm water. (Do not rub Soap on the hair.) Kirtse thoroughly. A "light appli- cation of Cuticura Ointment to (he scalp betwean shampoos is often beneficial. Soop 1 s.,Talcum is.3d..Ointment Is.end ?,s. For sample Soap and Ointment ad dre'-.e: "k1. Towna & Co., Sydney,N.S.W." 1 ÄÜT* Cuticurn Shaving Stiele Is. Gd.

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AGREEMENT TO IMPORT CHINESE Fremantle Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

AGBEE&1EÍMT TO IMPORT CHINESE Frommte Tuesday A ,': cn s it lion ni story was told at Fremantle Police Court of an crgan kp.lcn foi* the smuggling of China- men into Australia Wong Young Ting a Uvi. L Fireman on the steamer Al jri-ecK. was charged with having been concerned in concealing 50 men in i he ranks of that vessel. The evi Oenje showed that Ting's cabin was .searched and documents found by the Customs Officers, when transact- ed, showed that an agreement had been made with the Wong Gnon Agency to land immigrants in Sydney

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KATHERINE NOTES (By Our Special Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 November 1927

KATHERINE NOTES (By Our Special Correspondent) Wandering aimlessly around what ^pertains to be the Katherine town- ship during my leisure moments; with one eye here, another there, i became interested very forcibly with the idea that what should ha\re been a model little township is soon- er or later to suffer an awful inflict- ion similar to that in Darwin with its accompanying stenches and abox ious odours that seem to permeate the atmosphere in all directions; The position is deplorable and the hovels and shacks are" to say the least, an eyesore to all and sundry who presume to have at heart the much-lauded White Australia Policy. There are four business places conducted by Australians. The two stores are large, commodious build- ings and so ventilated that pure fresh air (forgetting the dust) is al- ways wafted through the buildings, while attention, civility, and service is all that one could wish for. The new butchers shop, under the care- ful and strict attention of Mr L. M. ...

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GN 291/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927

GN '291/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. In the matter of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons. Name. Late of Occupation Katherine Laborer Katherine Miner Darwin Laborer Maranboy M ¡ntr Borroloola Storekeeper Borroloola Gentleman Darwin Miner Katherine Ganger Hodgson Downs ¡stockman ) Maranboy Miner -o Claim to be lodged on or before Frank Allan Kuthven Cameron William Oliver Plací dio Peter Lawless Clifford James Dow- ling Lynott . À Thomas John LynoJt Georgie Laurie Andrew Mcculloch Richard Mbkking Charles Scott Macdonald Kowand J 9th November, J 927 19th November, 1927 19th November, 1927 3r<f December, 1927 3rd December, 1927 Sri! December, 1927 3rd December, 1927 10th December, 1927 31st December, 1927 31st December, 1927 WHEREAS I, the Public Trustee for the Northern Territory have been duly authorised to administer the above-mentioned estates, Notice, is hereby given pursuant to Section 22 of the Trustee Act, 1893, that nil cr...

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