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PERSONAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

PERSONAL NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Vyse, from Ade laide, called on us this week. They are on a visit to see the Northern Territory. Mr. Vyse, who is a staunch supporter of the North, and pays periodical visits here, is leaving with Mr. D. D. Smith for a tour of the far North-West stations. This is the class of tourist we like to see. Mrs. Vyse is visiting Hermansburg. Mr. Vyse in assistant manager of Kodaks, Adelaide. Mr. Sneddon, our genial Inspec tor of Mines, has just returned from a visit north to .Brocks Creek and other activities of mining in terest. We were pleased to have early this week a visit from Mr. and Mrs. McLeod and bright little daughter and friend from Utopia Station, which is on the Sandover River some I'M miles north-east from Alice. We are always pleased to see station people when they visit Alice Springs. We hope that our pages may bo the medium of bringing us all together, to express our views and generally help to assist the Territory. Mr. and Mrs.. Sargood, from Bo...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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HIS FAVOURITE STYLE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

H I S F A VO L* R I T E ST V L E 'How will have your eggs cooked ?' asked the waiter. 'Make any difference in thy cost ? -f 'em ?' inquired the cautious customer with the brim less hat and ragged heard. 'No.' 'Then cook them on top of a slice of ham,' said the customer, greatly relieved. Lawson : Jackson tells me that he is pretty well known in your town. DawKon : 1 should say he was. Why, there isn't a man in the place who would lend him half-a-erown. .'I was only acting the part of peacemaker,' explained a pri soner. 'But you V nocked the man .senseless !' said the magistrate. 'I did,' was the answer. 'There was no other way to get peace.' After shouting his support for pabout half an hour, a lusty-voiced football fan turned to his com panion, 'I've lost my voice,' lie said hoarsely. 'Don't worry.' said his com panion ; 'you'll find it in my ear.' Printed and published bv C. IF. Chapman, at his office Railway Terrace, Alice Springs.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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DARWIN'S DOINGS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

DARWIN'S DOINGS .A little three-year-old child had a narrow scape from drowning at Buffalo Creek on Sunday. She was paddling about on the edge of the water, when the rising tido, which runs at the rate of from six wto eight knots, swept her ofl' her feet, and into deeper water. For tunately, a young woman, Mrs. Christable Perron, was passing, and .saw the child's plight. Though fully dressed, she at once plunged into the stream and brought the child safely to land, handing her over to the mother practically un hurt. While Mr. John Andrew Mac donald, former secretary of the North Australia Workers' Union, was returning home on Saturday evening, he met two aboriginals, who asked him for some tobacco. ? Mr. Macdonald began to roll a cigarette for them, when they attacked him, knocked him down, robbed him of £2/10/-, a bottle of wine, and a tin of tobacco. The matter was quickly reported to the police, and very soon afterwards the two aboriginals, Yar-won and Jimmy Wolah. found themselv...

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DARWIN'S DOINGS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

DARWIN'S DOINGS At the public meeting held at the Darwin tStadium on Wednes day, May 2S, the Tiny. A. Grant gave an account of the deputation which waited on tho Admini.-umtor )!! rcHvivnice to the question of higher education for Darwin cbiid ren, a. id answered BCvercd qnos lioiifj eo-.icerninfj edncaLion iiiat teir.. Jn rci'orenco to :-#h tpphiK- oi:i- spokeKman staled that Llie Avh;;Vi' InhorerH ut Uju'win had .'An nounced their willingness to worlr .fi'ojj) o a.m. till .ID p.m. daily whenevin* there were rhina to l)o wei-ktid. but that t!.n ? Kh'.ppinj--; a?rcn!;-; rc'\isr.({ to jrorniit any Yio:ki;\'? of tdiipo nftor (i p.m., their reason buin.K to prevent i):v c.-vor-cHAvdinj? of th.e Head H'.on: A diK(.'U'i*ioi] c'-rr'c;rnin::'; llie olo'1 t;«:;i ?. il' ih:: ])ro;;'-sc;i Civu: Oom !~i\:::.;]-in in a.-:.'.i:-*.t \\w. A{i!;nni'- ti'.'.i.f).v in tht! -;nii!.roi ?md i.'ovuiTi r-,» .?:;{? of Darwin t'tcii fol'c-v.Tid. a.i:d ii' v/a:--. dccich:-d il^al a c;i!::nii i -?'.) o.i :;ci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

_ _ ^-_- ? ___ ? . ? ^wS^Sb^N^. 3-pASS£NCER COUPE Jmi^^^f% ^^fi*mma$W AMD STURDY L0AD- KprTO*fci2p j^^^^jmm SPACE F0R HALF A T0N F ;:'J»wr- ^~li yf ^^^SwB^M^ AN ABLE PARTNER IN- YOUR ^f Iw ? ? s0»&£a&F^^Baffl%r business — a smart com $hfr K%^^?^^ ' ' JfflwW PANI0N f0R YOUR ''SURE. 'N'X«Ji^*^^'^ii*^^2^^™S^*^^# ^ [orc---d lo:ul-spac«v for 10 cwl. h:is a 1 ?« inch nidtj ^^t^^S !»Aj*^^i^'*^^^^K^^''^f SiiiljiaU- opening ami sloi-l skid strips for easy, floor 'X^ffl^ -r~^~^2^^W''V !-%o1 Ioaf'i''- ^*'Pst«-jit-: ntisli-ivilh-hotly lorkitix rcccsstss ^'?'iJifet:^^,'^ ' ^'Jtyiltt&if? hold '»j-s:r«* tvliiM'l ami tools, k-.*rii.sid«* petrol fillc;r is deftly ^?~-—CZ.:i^.^^^^^-' conrvalr;} and founcati rover Is framed and uurvud. FVUriO.13 M ^. 'E. MWRHEAD - Sole Proprietor I Alice S&Hnqs 1 thump ^2&/ m vks&' & w feso? if H Todd S teeet, Alice Springs— —lion© 39 PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY CAPITOL PICTURE THEATRE PROGRAMME FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 7 6...

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WEDDING BELLS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

WEDDING BELLS A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Church ' of England on Thursday, May 29, at 7 p.m., when Miss Rubv Morsran. daughter of ivlr. and ivlrs. A. Morgan, of .Nor wood, South Australia, exchanged vows with Mr. Noel Wright, son of 'I.-Ir. and Mrs. M. J. Wright, of Morvjh'.'tt Vale, South Australia. Tho clu'.rch was nicely decorated with '.vhlN\ yellow and pink ch.rys anthcmu-o;\ }'hr- b'-'!'.'-'1. who wa:-: rrivon away I by her brother (Mr. A. Morgan), 'ook'.-d clierr.iing in white r.Topo cir.broidei^d witii gold seciuiiiH and voil of embroidered net. Sho enr riod a hoLKitiet of whitu rcsos and chrysanthemums. 1-Ier niece (?.'Tis;; .Joan r.Iorran) made a cliarining ailouu.ip.t in pale pink brocatled ta.'V-»ta, with pinlc net head-dress ;\r'f! po:;y of pinl: roses. iUr. (l.n'don Linos acted as best man. Tbo hridct''!'i)onrt! -n other and : ,'a'rr f-Irv. Mciariy) had travel led from Adelaide for the occasion. A rcrfption was hold at the Go'.f Ch:b liouno. Mrs. A. Morgan (...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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PROPOSED DISTRICT ASSOCIATION FOR TENNANT CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

PKOPOSED DISTRICT A SSOCI ATION FOR TENNANT CREEK ?'The times has come.' Tjiko the walrus, the people of Tennant (.-reek think the time: has i come. to talk of many things. They iali3o think the time ha:-; come for ! them to unit:? and work in unity' i for the development of their dis trict and the betterment of their own individual welfare-. A committee representative of all sections of the district met in the Il.S.L. llafl on Tuesday night, and prepared an agenda for the submission to a public- meeting1 to be held in Scott's Hail at 8 p.m. on mil June, 1JM7. It is proposed to form an in corporated body to be known as the Tennant Creek District As sociation, which will be represen tative of all sections, interests and classes of the public and which will work for the general well being, prosperity and development of the district and for the welfare of its citizens. It is proposed that the immed iate aim of the Association will be to strive for : j More democratic and representa jti...

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WOOLBROKEKS LAND AND INSURANCE AGENTS MERCHANTS STUD STOCK SPECIALISTS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

WOOLBROKERS LAND AND INSURANCE AGENTS MERCHANTS STUD STOCK SPECIALISTS P.ranches in S.A. — Quorn, Mc'.rose, Peterborough, Crystal Brook, Clove, Pt. Lincoln, Maitlami, Yorketown, Loxton, Murray Uridge, Mt. Barker, Strathalbyn, W ill unga, Yanlcal i lla, Narad x - .te, Kingston, Kaiangadoo, Victor Harbour and at liroken II ill. Country Markets also at — Naimq, I'aruna, Mailala, Coonalpyti, Paringa, Red Hill. ?,Iodern Wool Show Floors at Port Adelaide where every clip receives expert attention Experienced Stud Stock Staff available to assist Buyers with selections, or execute buying commissions. Liberal Advances against wool at lowest interest rates. Slock Resting Paddocks adjoining the Abattoir;!. Our Merchandise T-\ narf mt'tit can supply all Farm and Station requirements, includ ing lilo-Fli-Di, Alston Windmills, etc., etc. Solo Agents n South Australia for Armco Pro-Fabricated Stool 1'uild ingM, and Elliott's Sh'-;p Dip, and all other Products of Elliotts & Australion Drug ...

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"SALARY RISE [?]," SAY TAX EXPERTS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

'SALARY RISK V/IC'K ??::-,?' S \V - TAX rCX^KRTS T!:n proposnl t ?-- r:;!;:o tho r'llur !(-?:?? -?! 1'Vder:!.! member:.? I'i' Parliu ?::-'.-:ii: \v:n: (?t-'!cU-n:nod a-1'-; 'Jrioppor- '???;uc;. to tiv ii'itv1':-:! ::Le tax i,o:!LVr . :.- ;? i;t \ . .,;\rrt:;'y :- rc.'i'ion. ! I-';.- 1.1 ti1-: ?:':';'? 1'i'f'1.) ,i'l tii.ate:-; iVniVc ! will i watm'h (-?' tin.1 oroposrd in ' ??iie:'.:-o. ;ii.'d pa:-:--':t! :: r'.'.-'ohn \i,w J ::t.w.-:i.-M2\-d *.-v 3 Jr. ,'??. ?,!,.? i ' -!!;:;? I WhUo {-;.-:. V; .) ? [b.y/-:. at a time j w!i-.'i tire pt'biic i:; ]fi:i::ii:;:c for : ,'i;rl!v.-r ca);;-'i-i.?!v'.-le r-:'(lucti;.-:K-; i-i ? t;-;-:;:.t i-.vt, Jii-1 c.^'ferouce view;-; i\.illi ccm-rn ii;o r.r'.-'Mi::;1.! to ii. , ?'??,i-:» (?:?;?)(?? ii:!il ur,- o,i i -ai'li-ini -^i- i !a:-v :-??;!;?.(?: r. -.n i a. :???:; tl;;!t -i:o I -.-edvi-Ji! (:-iv;;niii:.-i.:. : lu.l! tr-!:.- no ! ;':'\'-rry \Vub:-:l'.:i:vi;a!i1;';lvod1.»:e(l!;'1' ! :?,!??. ? V/i-.i!'. -— This in no ;?:; ::1I ! ;v;',.i.t'.v. ar-:] ...

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CAUCUS LIFTS CEILING ON ALLOWANCES CANBERRA, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

CAUCUS LIFTS CEILING ON ALLOWANCES CANBERRA, May 22 The Labor Caucus today decided to remove the present ccilmjv on the amount of livinp; allowance payable to Federal members while thev arc in Canberra. The allowance is 22/(5 a day, and total payments m any one year were restricted to i'i(K)t) for mem ber:; t'r.tm M.S.W. and Victoria, ard .1' J l£ 3 to mombors from other Slater. Some Cancan inembotr, e:;prt.'SE od doubts aiKuit making i..Iii'. change after the decision last | week to increase members' salar j if', from .i' 1,IK') a year to i'l, ;'-)!-, i b;:i (.!??'? nuiinrifv (??Mi.;'d''':v-l i hat I J:o aiK,\v;-.ia;-- adju:.: :m. ::L v.as ..var ! ' Tiu v -.-' \'-v,^\ that 1:..' ':::ir.; toil j l^vKihcy; :-.\U\ .!.??': mr- ' -.-.?..,;?.?- ! I...;-.-; .'??.-;,: .-. r.v.iio v).\-.-:r:Av.i ?: «??' '??????. : ,'l-i'o i-- :?-. iU'i! i-- i!'!.'!:1 i m v ; -ic -* i -. ? : l : -.- i. ;!?.?.? .:;? I v ?? c duvin-.; ;' '' - J .-?!.?.'-. ^.idil l!..i'. their livi!:;; a!i- -'- 1 .-?.-? 'Vi ???...

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COLTS CELRANCE WIN MOST RACES EIGHT SUCCESSES TO COMDEY PRINCE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

COi-TH, (-E!.DiX(^^ WIN nlOST RACES EK-ITT SiCCi:SsI-;s ri'O COMEDY PRINCE | ? ^____^ I?- V.'.suaiiy L.\vo-yoar-(-]d filaes are more forward in their p^jrirati'm enr'y in iliciv r^cin^ careers Hum the colts and p.cldm.^.-, but in the i;ioscnl reason the colts and geldings have more than iu?iri their uw-f. and in the 38 races in which they nave clashed ;-ince August, the colts and geldings have I'ccorct' '2{ successes. The fact that L he colts are on top crr.i iarMcly be attributed to I ho :'.',n;eri-.'.vii y of ('?. -'H-dy I'l'ince. who '\a.' '.von e: ;h' vtic-'S,. 'lin ?,?-;?' o/if.':- i - 1 1 i i ? -? ' ? ? \!ie llaicreyi S:ak.-.-. i!i ? (^akiantlr- '1'iate. \hc | ;-'.A. Si.-.!:. .-\ am' the H.A. Si.-er,' I :-r..dt;.-- ^Ui':-:-. \ 1 ': ?:.. ':y ! 'i ;:ir,: v ?? '?.? ? ';v:-: ' chased by Mr. Arthur J. Lee be fore his next shicccfk, the lial cro.'-t Stakes, and in all he has won seven races for Mr. Lee. Th.1 outstanding (illy has been -.'h ?]?!:,!!, winner of four ''aces, iu '.?;udi...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

t - ^ ' ?1 } ^ ^ ';^ ' ?,Ve '..::?'' '!'o .??.e!:'!io\vle;.;ri- ivports r.'-f:. v:r/i.;i!.; !jc;[i- ::, rcivinj; de :;.ils ?'?:' :-pr-,i-L:''. and are paj'ticulariy ?':!-. a: :?.'.?(] to hear that Tennant 'reck ir. brine;ii::v n team of erk'ketei'H to Alice. Springs. ThiH '.'.ill create no end of interest, and the 'Cenfialian Advocate.' will cortainly headline such an event. However, space does not allow v.s to publk-h intervening matches until f.ucli time as the powers that rule allow us four extra pa^es. We cr.n fill them easily and wo are delighted with the compli ments being1 sent to us on the last two issues and will try to keep that standard up and improve if possible. We are prepared to mention the tcaniGS and tho winners, but not tho details. Result:?; of cricket match between Cold fields and Tcnnnnt Creole on Juno 1 wore : Coldfioids \\\\ ; Ten .'.ant. Ci'Ct-iv 9!'.

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CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

CORI-ZFiCTION In (?;if lani i.::u'./' we ravo a lioad ?iu-: ''Aids Catholic KinderrravLfn ?l;x)'/'r Th'v, rhouirl have 1'cad ?.'Aidr--. T'ubiie ''I!:Kl'?r;-;nY:n.'

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THE GARDEN CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

TK3 GARDEN CONTEST Chalnierji & Co. luivo made a projrres.-ivo move in caterin,!.1; for a garden conuictitinn, thit? is a lend er that will eventually Rrow into somocmn?.c bi:;-. Jv.anv towns nave :) n annual yiirden show and in ;;uch ;i, iinie when '.vp Iiave 'iin!'-Yn- ;t.ed visitors it is indeed txratifyinc^ to r.ee i ho garden'; in all the splen-' '\o\o- iha*. a well kont frontajco ?a;) p'-^ihmh, 'ol f;;;iy for the owner !;h the pas'-.ev bv. Ft ]'?? an r.d ',?;?]?'. . ': -'.'i^o'i!: '('*? !.5v tow-i :\)','A :-tir''- ? 1'in- - V.\i r.r '??'.{? ?--- -:!'.ii'.!;!!'vl bv :]1! !. 'v . f:-:'i(ir r-'1 ?;. uniil w' vio ',\'ith .-?I-'-''- i.:hr-?- and ;?:??' ''lueh o nco a ra .'.-.? - :'.v--. [- f j i '-??! c^iunr! iiioa. .M-;y we ::c nia-y other bu: 1'vt; :^-i' '':; ?.ii'l^rinf-' 'tV.-.r :-:;-me f.ifiilai' m;v '????;, they can !;r acir.ured of ?j:;'-ii--ir y in our piper.

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BITUMEN TOURIST TRAFFIC TO NORTH [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

BITUMEN TOURIST TRAFFIC TO NORTH — :o: — ? Four excel !ont lounnu1 coaches are racing to the in rth each loaded to the p'imsol mark \vit!i eajyer toiirisiF. They will have an ex cellent trip, but will mi'-.s much. TIi a urirc by the cf.mjjar.VK to make inono.-y quiclrly l.'-ads o:'.-:h (:o.np^iiy [c rr.ee uvc-r \'io\v« titai- re;,u'ro ciays in f-j-ij(;y. A nuf/ I- iiirist :\in\ v.\-!I vi\ul\)\K'l i-.-j.'ich would ;r'To [?' .'-H'v i.'.r'U' :\ ::.!?. .?.'.?? t ;?.???! v:ir-i-o c ?;?.;.,?. lihlr: !f'o :'.:l-.-'V.-::..:- th :ru.-- ;.!.-. iu' !?,;?/. e tii n- x-- ohrcrv: :uhS c«;l;.-:* in,, r.-a..-.- -a,-;.;! ,--;m-; Tnow i: is li!;c- [?:.-?' \ ' i ; ? r in '. !t- All'.i;ry ?i-r.-prns:-.. all h'i:.i.'.- a;;u n- vicu'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

I ? © © ? . ? - . © Jj ii ? ? I Progressive Grocers and General 1 g p \\p^ pr re, p. ;rn ;, p r f .. c* ;i ? '.; ? ....._.' '? The Firm thp.l brought Pi'ices (k;-,vn and intends to Iceeo th-em down ?' jj ' WE ARE ' NOT AFRAID TO PUBLISH OUR PRICES' ;: jjij Compare them with those of .other stores and it will prove to you beyond doubt that youn JvUvHI be wise to trade with this !irm. ' ' VI \\ . ii i ] We have adopted as a permanent Slogan : 'a f ' CHALMERS & COMPANY are determined to keep down the cost of living.' \\ M ???---... ?. - ||; ? GROCERY SECTION ;\ - - *' ; \-\ Bu-:-r ? 5/5 doz lbs., ,'.;(/8/« 70 Ib. bajv Jolly C;\v;,bi!::., aborted ? 5/G d;-z. ^ !r:' ' :? \\] Famous Am-ooi'e T-a ? 2/J.l U-. . .. ;-. ,'; . !Tc:-'j!-vo;d AccLirmcs, Plums ? ! -'b i:::i : ]:; NesMc';; Ci;r;dc:i:--ed Mill: ? 11'd. -in ;: ?'-? TTnsvve^Lsric-d 7\liik ? I)d. ti:i, '/0 -\-v/.. '?—?'?'-'-'???' ? .i .?-/-?--!?-;, ;. H :::.ui::;Viinc tirif! Truvof;;! ... ! /' ihi, i ?;/(- do-. .i..:r.:-.-:. ~...

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CENTRALIAN ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1947. TOURIST TRADE IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

CBNTSIALIAN ADVOCATE SATUllirrY, JUNK 7, 1DJ7. TOURIST TRADE IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY This is tho time of the year when all who can, vacate the houlIi and nnr.l, and naturally migrate to Cenlra'i.' to view year after year its wotulertul elunaie and panor aniic scenery. They at present' come in hundred.'., i:i a very few ! years, in thousands. On-* -h-vi vn Ivioni !:.-. doiiiv-' HiMiui .!? i'i:r in inak' ^'h;1 ''i(!e )?( .?:'.! ?s i);-:-.;-'ai)!i', hwi (.'.:' I :'i-'.l h-.-h-.y. «.:.:;.-k eiH.-is.--It. i Y.Y 'k. \- ) :i:\v t hi:.'-s '. ?) l--;:;*;i ;::'? :::.i ::' (.':?. ?':??' ;;! -: ? ':.'. ''.'. -. ? ii ''-; ?...'-,'.? , ' ? ? ' j ? .'....?.:;?? ,': ? '. ? ?? '.-lU^y -.'iv'j. v.vyV TJ..-' (.i.!y'':'KP ? 'y ir.-.'y iviv;- left is that tlv.\v la.\ hi'rii I here, it is in I hi;; way iii:1.' :o i-'uiv falr.e. inun^r^ion:: r.ve j .?-.ad.'. Ro; a!:' like ourr:, mado hy j ihe Ai;r,y. and e:a.'elU:ntly well j in;:dv :-.;o. aro lieciuiac.' for military acod:'. c:-;rentiai f-.i'imvl alonj-...

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SUCCESSFUL SPORTS DAY AT ALICE SPRINGS BRITISH FLOOD RELIEF FUND BENEFITS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

SUCCESSFUL SPORTS BAf AT ALICE SPRINGS BRITISH FLOOD KKLTEF FUND BENEFITS On Saturday afternoon Ian! a successful a ports afternoon was held on tho An;:;ic Hill IieKorvc at A Ire Springs. The Hoy Scouts, Girl (In ides and associated eoy.i niillees who conducted the nro Kraiaino entered i'(-v all :\i-e;; nnd ni:ii;y hi -Hy c .rilest cci v.: 'i'S wosV v\') in tii-- hriiiia;1!' ^:''l^?i^':^?^ I \V!-.ile the !?::'.-???? ?rov..';! \h:\', ; ; ?- ,???.:-. !:--:?? r- ? .? :i-i c ??.-'. ?-. -'?'?.)'??'' \ i1'- ??:! are ;? :re '??.?;:':;?-?? i ? i- !?'. r'Y pos.-.i;-K'- ;*' :-.--'?:-?; i !y :'l!iO;H-(. l'.:y V-'il!;'!) t 1 : ! ? i*-.;pd {'??':-::??! iielief for iirit'-in) w-U h'iU'!i'. ilo.vever. the fomi'.iittee :iln\'i'!y ha:-. X---i in hand and thin will b'c r.UP'Pien.teti con:M;ler;:'i]y. The committee wir.'v'?:-; io tiiank evci^.'Mio who ar-.sisled in any way to make this effort the undoubted ::.uccess that it was.

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By winners France At Paris's Hall [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

Tii is e\-enf la'-.t i\loi.d:;v -li.'/ht fcr H'i;-U'! i''unds wa;: ;-, »!iu:-n. cnjoy ;-bio ni;vh.t niul'-i* (h;1 rviddatifo of i\!r. \U-]\ Gin .in y, who .'ictod a.s rnaater of enrc'inoiu'e:; and tiiHtruc tor. Miss Margaret, I 'ennin.^ton ',\:u' at (ho piano and played iti (lie Into Cenninfcton .'stylo. No\-!' woek Min.w iS'.etshanio T'V'ch ner will usaial with the instruction.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
STOCK SALEMEN'S OFFICIAL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

STOCK SALEMEN'S OFFICIAL IJKPOItT Ofllcial report of the .South Aus tralian Stock Salomon's Associa tion :— A bat loirs CaUle .Market. — The number of cattle yarded on Mon day was 255 less than last week. 1,455 beimr submitted including; olO fj-om New South Wales, ,7!)0 from Central Australia, 200 from the northern areas of this State, 100 from southern areas, and .'- from local surroundings. The selection from a trade jjoint ofview was somewhat disappoint ing, as prime animals were absent. A few heavyweight bullocks wore included m the offer! nir. but the majority were lirjht and medium weijvhts, ranK'iiiK from forwarc] stores to ki liable and j^ood trade beef. Cows and yearlings were modei-atoly supjilicd. while bulls, calves and yoarlin.trs were scarce. The market opened to a u,cod demand from local and country trade, smalluoodsnien and /vraziers, ;ui(J throughout the day sales were buoyant and prices in advance of last week's average rates, I 'rime yeariinjcs made from 5f!/ - to...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
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