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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
/f' D D i Make Certain of your comfort in a pair of "Standard" 74's ! 1 hey keep their shape until the end Northern Territory men will find in them more comfort than they expect and longer wear than is usual. Fine soft leather, fitted with elastic sides, designed for hard conditions. Ask you storekeeper for the £t Standard" 74.. If you cannot procure, write to the Davey Halliday Co., Limited, lor name of your local retailer. re Look for this brand on every pair Sole Manufacturers Brisbane Queensland Every pair Guaranteed ^ ADAMS & FOSTER CHEER UP OLD m AN A JAZZ RECORD WILL CURE IT!! ADAMS & FOSTER «-.£ v* S & FOSTER Stock REXONOLAS and they get NEW MACHINES and FRESH RECORDS by EVERY STEAMER see the LATEST PORTABLE THE REXOPORT ONLY £4/10/0 ONLY THE REXONOLA IS THE BEST MACHINE ON THE MARKET TO-DAY Sweet in Tone AND LOW IN PRICE ALL MACHINES and RECORDS at SOUTHERN PRICES
ARMISTICE DAY Message From Mr. Bruce [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
ARMISTICE DAY Message From Mr Bruce The Prime Minister has issued the following Armistice Day message "To-day we solemnly observe the ninth anniversary of the signing of the armistice which delivered the world from an awful holocaust of the greatest of all wars, from fur- ther loss of lives of brave men and women, from pain and suffering of their loved ones, and from terrible material devastation. We renew oui* gateful tribute to the memory of the nation's honoured dead who with their gallant comrades inscrib- ed the word Anzac across one of the most glorious pages of our Empire's history. With the recurrence oí Armistice Day we should resolve anew to follow their inspiring ex- ample of self sacrificial service -for the honour and welfare of our country and the common good of all its citizens."
Kyriakos v. Kyriakos [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
Kyriakos v. Kyriakos Before N. C. Rell, Esq. S.M. on Tuesday, Biolas Kyriakos sued Dimi trios Kyriakos for £9/2/6, balance of account rendered alleged to be due in respect of sale of fish and money lent Mr Barratt appeared for plaintiff and Mr Foster for defendant. Mr Barratt asked for an amendment of the summons which referred to rent and should read lent. The item of money lent in 1924 should be 1928 when plaintiff lent defendant £4 about Christmas time. Plaintiff then lived permanently at ä fisherman's hut about a mile from Fanny Bay Gaol and made loans to defendant to a total of £10. Against this defendant paid baok £1 and gave a bed for which plaintiff credited him 2ö/-. At this stage an adjournment of 10 minutes was granted Mr Foster to consult his client in regard to the alteration from 1924 to 1923. Biolas Kyriakos, through his inter- preter, Tom Savis, said he knew de- fendant when in their own country. He lent defendant £4 three or four days before Christmas 1923 with whic...
Cattle Industry in North Australia (Extract from Report by Captain Bishop, Chief Inspector of Stock.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
Cattle Industry in North Australia (Extract from Report by Captain Bishop, Chief Inspector of Stock.) The cattle raising industry iu North Australia is. not a paying proposition at the present time, owing to natural factors operating against it. The cost of production is high, and the value of the cattle when natured and fit for marketing is ¡'Imoss negligible owing cc the- jbsen"* >f noe'rby marketa. Meat works. Cattle treated at the meatworks. Darwin, North Australia and the dressed carcasses shipped overseas as frozen beef was not a financial success, Why?£owing to ex- cessive overhead charges and inferior quality of the beef both due to tropic- al conditions. It is only reasonable to expect that where cattle are Bred and reared under tropical conditions and treated directly at meatworks situat- ed in the tropics, that carcasses when draised cannot compete with carcasses from temperate zones. There seems to be two possible markets open to cattle in North Aus- tralia; Th« First...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
IHR It. H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES s.S. MARELLA From 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 the office of the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob- tained, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised unless lodged WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date of the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., AGENTS. BONJEAN AMENORRHOEA PILLS Relieve all Female Weak- nesses Price 5/- and 10/- per box. Catalogue of Toilet Requisites Posted Fres to Any Address SOLE AGENT. R J POULTON CONSULTING CHEMIST 119 Bonrke St-Melbourna DARWIN BAGGAGE AND CARRIER SERVICE. BOATS AND TRAINS MET ON AR- RIVAL...
Arbitration Court. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
Arbitration Court. The hearing of evidence on Comm ission by His Honor Judge Roberts in the Pastoral Industry was resumed on Wednesday morning. Mr Robert Toupein, representing the pastoral workers section of the North Australia Workers Union handed in a document, to the admiss- ion of which Mr W,H.Grant objected on the ground that it contained what were really amendments to the orig inal claim. In order that the amend ments could be considered, said Mr Grant, they would have to be treated as a new dispute and the whole necessary procedure regftiding disputes gone through. His Honor said Mr Grant consider- ed it a new fight on other grounds al- together. His powers were not wide. He was authorised to take what was given to him. The only thing would be to take the evidence s abject to pro test and go on. The authority to hear eviderco included the hearing of addresses. Mr Grant said "the proceedings weald depend largely upon whether the objection was taken or not. His Honour said he s...
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department [?]AILS NOTICE [?]land [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
Commonwealth of Australie Postmaster Generals Department HAILS NOTICE lalaad Arrive at Darwin from Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, Katherine and places en route every Friday at 5.40 p.m. Closes at Darwin For Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, Katherine and places alona the line 7 a.m. every Wednesday morning. Mails will be despatched to Adelaide River, Pine Creek and Katherine, per special trains, on Mondays, and Fridays, closing times in« definite, correspondence should be posted previous day. Arrive at Darwin From Victoria River and places en route Friday, December 2nd 1927 Borroloola do Powells Creek do Closes at Darwin For Victoria River and places en route Wednesday, December 7th Borroloola do Powells Creek do OVERSEAS MAILS From South via Sydney about 13th each month; leaves for Singapore same date. From Singapore, ahout 6th eash month and leaves for Sydney same date.
Armistice Day [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
Armistice Day To-day is Armistice Day. The usual two minutes silence was observed at 11 a.m.' To-night the Returne Soldiers will hold a re-union at the Soldiers Hall. x The Post Office bell was tolled »t 11 a.m , and the eiren at the oil tanke was sounded, Most business places find factories observed the usual two minutes silenee. In the Arbitration case at the Court House, presided ornr by the Judge of the Northern Territory, business went on as usual »nd the two minutes Rileace was not observed.,
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
Town Talk. On Monday last a man named Thomas Frank Fischer died in the Darwin Hospital. Deceased had been a miner for many years and was latterly in receipt of the old age pen- sion. Be resided principally at Pine Creek. The cause of death was Miners Phthisis. The Mangóla is expected iu this afternoon with a cargo of railway ironmongery. The Malabar is due on Monday. On Tuesday a mun afc Katherine waa convicted and fined £10 for bf:ing in uulawiul possession "of a railway tarpaulin. To-motrow, shortly alter 1p.m. the lowest tide of the year will occur .At East Point there is a coral reef which will be uncovered for a distance of about a mile out to sea; ¡Some ver j' beautiful specimens of coral will In- visible there. This reef is only visible once a year.
GN 292,27 The Central Australia Licensing Bench [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
GN 292,27 The Central Australia Licensing Bench List of applications to be made to the Cent» al Auatralia District Licensing Bench at the Quarterly Meeting to he held at the Court House, Alice Springs on Tuesday, the 1 3th day of December, 1927. Hotel License (Transfer oí). Stuart Arms Hotel : Leonard-Mal- vern Frances and Reginald Valen- tine Naughton to Eileen Elizabeth Kilgariff. V. G. CARRINGTON, Clerk of the Central Australia Licencing Bench. Court House, Alice Springs, 8th Nerember, 1927.
GN 289/27 TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF OLD GALVANISED IRON SHED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 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 e.tc. 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. There 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 te...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
Dr. Haworth DENTIST KATHERINE Bridgework according to arrange- ment. Having been asked to also under- take work of less expensive type, all whose teeth need attention can have them put in order at a charge to suit their pocket. More expensive work .applied 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 DARWIN CAFE, COOL, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE Quick and Efficient Service and Well-Cooked Food. MEALS AT ALL JOURS FRESH FISH DAILY TARIFF.-Boarders 30/-; 21 Mea} Tickets 85/-; Single Meals 1/9. Wittel Son 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 ¡.Call and inspect our Large stock of Spares s»nd accessories. We can supply you with Brockway and Chevrolet Truck...
G[?]N 282/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA HEALTH ORDINANCE 1915-1924 SANITARY AND GARBAGE CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
GAN 282/27 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 (&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. Dated at Darwin this twenty-four- th day of October 1927.. R. H. WEDDELL, . Government Resident of North Australia»
THE HARBOR TRAGEDY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 11 November 1927
THE HARBOR TRAGEDY &nbsp; A salvaging party operating on the wrecked ferry steamer Grey- cliffe, recovered 3 more bodies which floated to the surface in the vicinity of the wreck after it had been slightly raised. The police list now shows known dead to be 30 and missing 11. The latest casualties are :- Dead.-Surgeon Lt-Cmdr Paradice V'cluse; Doctor Reid, Watsons Bay; Henry Thompson, Vaucluse; Mrs Bryant, Vaucluse; Mabel Carrol, Vau- cluse; Elsie Ramsay, Vaucluse; Mrs Purnell, Watsons Bay; Charles Bloom, Vaucluse; James Treadgold, Vau- cluse; William Renton, Rose Bay; Marjorie Giraud, Vaucluse; Mrs Terry Vaucluse; Elizabeth Coombs, Vau- cluse; Mrs Williams, adrs unknown; Mrs Carroll, Vaucluse. Missing.-Dr Lee Brown, Vau- cluse; Alfred Barker, Vaucluse; Agnes Hill, Vaucluse; William Barry, Vau- cluse; B Sharpi Vaucluse; Barnard Lanksire, Vaucluse; Mr Wright, Vau- cluse; A Barry, Vaucluse; John Cor- by, Moree; Miss Wright, adrs uncer- tain; John Ragg, Rose Bay; Fred Forbes, Wa...