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CATTLE UP AT ABATTOIRS Smaller Supply Yarded [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

CATTLE UP AT ABATTOIRS Smaller Supply Yarded Catllf wore k'.';H plentiful at tJic A))aUf)!i's paloK on Monday, l;ut the (jurlity war, tfcntTally fair to triHiil and a i^xx! clcaranco resulted at h;:'dc.r prices. Vu'w to .'rr,o-ifl, liicht to inodiiini wcirrhi bullock:-. ;uicl r;tefr.'. ri'^aiii ])rcf!cniiimled, and there was n jr^od selection of shoj- lioof, al Ilioiii',^ really pvinie cattle wovo in limited :-iipply. Woi'chty 1ml- | locks \v;:ro scavco. Hunie of the nialion lots wore in only plain to , useful condition. There was a fair o'f.'r!nw of cov.t. and h'p.iiers, witl'i the Io'js j'jvju to v))'J!'ic. Yoavliii'.-'.^; were pi'o.^ent- ii1. irode iv;te inn nbers, but thero worn only n few eai %'.-.?:;, and Imll:; --.vere /tiiln-r ! IJ;c-!;:-f.-.£?niii«Jve f.pAcr. I 1'! ^-^iio!'' ho!':i-H uroTord cross | ;-.' r.'irf- fro:ti VaricaM.vi'.;, New South | Wales, y«un:r. si'''!, e.ond t'epih an'! h-.v-;\d!h, mesl'y wiinie, /;:ti ??.ir.tr.'d wr'i^it 47o Sh., at '..'!.':,' i-'/T, or 5T/...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

TRAVEL BY PARLOR COACH ON . . . ALICE SPRINGS _^ DARWIN - « » -\ * Depart; D::r v'n H v.dv.. Wednesday. Ai'iv, e:. Al'c?- 9 p. in. Fi'hliiy. EXCELLEMT MEALS AN!) ACVGGmODATIOX PROVIDED Overnip,h'; -Stops at Tcnnur.i Creek mid Daly Water.; SCENIC TOURS AEillANGED CAIl FOR HIRE | PHONE ALICE 7-:\ P.O. BOX 58 Ofiico, Buil'alo Hall PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS AND CONGENIAL ! ATMOSPHERE THAT SYMBOLISE CHARMING ALICE SPRINGS ITSELF : j 'j These yo-i: will find at ... ! EXCELLENT .ACC0?.i:.I01)ATI0N WITH COMFOHT- ! ABLE, SPACIOUS MCCIuS AND ALL CONVENIENCES. | I i VARIED MENU ? DELIGHTFUL MEALS ! CENTRAL MOTOR SERVICE D. R. Baldock and J. C. McConville Proprietors . j RAILWAY TERRACE, ALICE SPRINGS BOX 62 PHONE 127 ,V:;pft;,, Authorised Gcr.fr:1.] 2\Iotor:- Dealers ?|S€HEVROLET _ OLDSIMOBILE _ BUICK _ CADILLAC ?;;;|i LA SALLE GENERAL ENGINEERING AND r.KVAUrA \ i .-!?cl)or::^.v, 'Lino Bo:-!:::;. O:;v a-u Arc Weidi::-, Tivrrin^ \ :-3^Eri:GL __ OILS „_ TYHES _ PARTS AMD j &if£M - A_CCV,;-'S...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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THE ANIMAL INDUSTRY DIVISION [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 7 June 1947

THE ANIMAL INDUSTRY DIVISION ?,It. C. J. Mulhearn ieft his duties on the West-East Stock Route on 'Mil'.' 25th to attend the Annual Co.-iiei'ii'iice of the Australian Veterinary association m Hrisbane. ?.ir. rvk-ihenrn will return to diMy h\ thi* Uuanur: i - i ci i ? -;.? whivh reach es DuAy'Wzaar.i'on May ;;'.lst. IT. D. H.-.kvr, p:'.tho!e:-;:-:i and h; . c-.'-r:-. -hucir't t-- the Common i-tc-.n.e. w?!i be in the Territory fro:-.: /Jay :M.-.t to June 1 Hh. Dr. ():-?')? who is a p;r;;(iuate of the r.n ib -I1!-;' j \'..-tez'iti.'.i'y C ilecca, is interested in a disease of cattle which, occurs in rrp.ie parts of the Territory and he has come up, on the i-;vi'.at-ion °f the Chief Veter inary Oflieer, to collect material for 'study. .-\ 'lot her di.'-'tinj-rnished veterin ariun, Dr. Ii. '. S ddon, will pay the Territory a visit in July. Dr. Seddon, ;,)ku a Melbourne Veterin ary College graduate, was the first Director of Veterinary Research in N »w South Wales'. Me later founded the S...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Saturday's Racing Programme VICTORIA PARK 1.5—WATSON HANDICAP Seven furlongs [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

Saturday's Racing Programme VICTORIA PARK I. n— WATSON HANDICAP Seven furlongs Why Grey Law 7 12 Hurry !) !) Lady Penrua S J) Gossip 7 11 Fan Go 8 8 Heromie 7 9 Kyby Lass S (- Victori- Look 8 5 anna 7 !) Chalced- ony 8 0 Fan Go, Why Hurry or Penrua 1.45— HEWITT HANDICAP Seven furlongs Daksina 8 10 Kidston Crown Lad 7 8 Gem 8 4 Vacant 7 8 Salarum 8 .'J Majestic Wicklow 7 1.'! Pox 7 7 Mannerly 7 12 Ma Idea n 7 7 Talk 7 12 ..old Web 7 5 Dalkeith 7 11. Master Cool Toi 7 10 Florian 7 5 St. Balak 7 LO Babylon 7 :i Chievely 7 9 Gold Main 7 {! Absalom 7 8 Notifica- Kertawilla 7 8 tion 7 0 Dalkeith, Daksina or Salarum 2.20— GANG FORWARD STAKES Six furlong and a half Beau Gem !) 11 Heroic Lad 7 10 Rubber Royal neck S 7 Road 7 7 Tewkes 8 -i Last Emar 8 2 Salute 7 ',i So Regal S 1 Limond Sacred King 7 0 Star S 0 Rokness 7 0 Bernstonc 7 12 Scalene 7 0 St. Don 7 12 Beau Gem, Heroic Lad or Tewkes :;.— BIRTHDAY GUI' One mile and five furlongs First Race of the Tote Double Beau Hemlock 7 !'?'- Cheva...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

!j kik 1 - d itito '\ H GENERAL MOTGKS DHALEtt u ? |; PONTIAC _ GENERAL MOTORS TRUCKS ? BEDFORD _ YAUXHALL , - |j _ - ? .the f^wr-Y~j^ji ?i $#' xMe™iiT!ih /\£'*-i range of ! Pii^iifii- ***** s /fO ggf^'v^ it from Sight delivery v/or!c {o Sicsvy duiy haulage is a ^ ^HjsSS^ fwfr**\i f3r step, but there's a CJA.C. unit to fili either need - $?$%&*& iA$ir§$?$£'% — an^ a k-9 range ?' between. Sise for size, G.M.C. ^ Jk§*%$Bsr ^W^^ I trucks accelerate quicker, cruise faster, climb better, ?;: ipiirV* ? __—~-~— '~~j ?- and 'handle' more easily. Designed fop a !ong, tough C- — -1 &w/ty£ffl life, they have sturdiness, economy and comfort * -- ^rtSffW*^- built' risht into thsm- lf if rldes I5ke n Car |P — -'^rffiB^^*^— — I — steers like a Car — and — performs pf:'JG&$JiL \{ r-^ZLS'JM?^ 1'ke a SUPER TRUCK — it's a G.M.C. V&WfGN, ^ r--grfl*^^r^]l TWO SUPER DUTY BMO ENGINES %S^^^, :5 L- — ~~~^gjj^/jUlJf!~~~'-~- '~Z~ '\ G.M.C. has produced two sfurdy overhe...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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OUT ! [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

OUT ! Hushing into the room, Jim dis played a letter. 'This is probably a reply from that man in Tasmania who offered me a job on his poultry farm,' ho explained. 'Did you accept his offer ?' asked Bill. 'Well,' said Jim, 'I wrote and told hi pi that I Would want half the profits of the business and two days a week off ; otherwise he could count me out.' 'Well, what does he say ?' ask ed Hill. Jim (reading) : 'One, two three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, out !' Wo noticed that Mr. W. S. Brown, of Stirling Station wan in town. The Kditor unfortunately missed him personally. We like to meet all station people and get the latest news from their urea.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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TENNANT CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

TENNANT (KEEK Pouring through Alice Springs and going to Tonnant Creek are many miners. At last ' the news Is seeping in that good things are to be found there. Many men starting without a shilling have come away wealthy and wise and others, have come away wise only. Nevertheless, it is a real good solid field, were there no chances to meet in gold search we would all be millionaires and that would never do. What would be the good of the Parliament grab of approximately t%0()0 if you could haul out a nugget worth that- in a single day ? The roads to the mines would be lined with dead marines and some one would get their feet cut with broken glass. There is no easy way to riches (ex cept the Parliamentary way) and even then one may suffer from goitre in making those blistering attacks on your rival's policy. Our Tennant boys have worked hard and swallowed not the scrip tural two quarts for a lifetime, but bucketsful every year, they earn every penny of it, and when luck comes at last...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

ALWAYS remember Don Thomas carries Large Stocks oi Second hand Clothing. No coupons re quired. A big assortment of Round Mouth Shovels at Don Thomas. A SET of Platform Scales, perfect «rderf Step Ladders, Kitchen Stover Hand Sewing Machine. Don Thomas. HOOTS ! BOOTS ! ! A large as sortment in stock. Riding Boots, Buckle Boots, Elastic Side Shoes, and Working Men's Bootwear. .Don Thomas. DON THOMAS for all Hardware. New Shovels --/- each. Large stocks of Files, Butchers Knives, Steels, Military Rifles, Ammuni tion, Razor Blades, Pipe Fittings, Tomahawks, Axe Handles, Hack Saw Blades. Shoeing Hammers. Pinchers, Piers, Spirit Levels, Gut ter Bolts, Pocket Knives, Spurs, Bridles and Bits, Riding Boots, Swag Strap Belts, Stock Whips, Girths and Copper Rivet;-.. DON THOMAS wants to Buy that old Wedding Ring, your Engage ment' Ring, Wristlet Watch or Pocket Watch, Glassware, Kitchen Utensils, Ci'ockery, Furniture, left otF Clothing, Motor Parts, and Tyres. You can turn anything into money ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Church of the Ascension, Bath St., Alice Springs. Services — 'Sundays — 7.;-0 a.m., Holy Communion ; 9 Mi) a.m., Holy Communion (down Htairx in Rectory) ; 10 a.m. Sun day School and Kindergarten ; 7. HO p.m., Evensong. Week days — 7.15 p.m., Holy Communion (in Parish Church every day except Thursday) ; -J p.m. Evening Dovo tionr. ; 7 p.m. Evensong. 11. K. L\.-v\ Rector. e UtfTl.RN 'iuANKS :?. ?„... a. n. 'n:AiPi:sT \,-i:-h:-.- ?:» SiNC^REiA' THANK all kind i-iendsi Air letter:;, card;;, floral i.'ibi'Vi-s, ur.il cxpro.ssio?*!.; of s'yi.i fCithy in her rcciv.t .'uahicn oer cuvf'niciil. Special thanks to i'r. DeVidas, Father E:ithir, P.ev. iMutniM-, Mr. Casey, and SUili' and T'len of Workr. and Housing. p.

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HAIRDRESSER'S SALON [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

HAIRDRESSER'S SALON* Client : Stop ! Stop ! You are burning1 my head — the curlers are too hot. Hairdresser : You see, madam, T am not one of those hairdressers who begrudge the customer a little extra electric current.

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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CRITICISM [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

CRITICISM It haf, been said and incorrectly that this paper will not publish criticism by anyone else — this is not so. Wo welcome criticism provided it is not directed to some one in an unsavoury manner. Criticism, if fair, is good for the community, we have already stated that you can criticir.o this paper or the Editor if you feel it will do the purpose in mind any benefit. We reserve the right to stop at once any argument when the* writer:-' become personal. w-- wish all to become friends and not enemies . If all will strive to holp and not hinder the Territory, then (:V,v !'T y.'iir.*-: behind will soon ro ihirr* time like J'ernboroupb c'mr; iiig an overladen donkev. We shall, and_ want you to do it im mrdintriy, attack anyone who br-- litt !--??? our Northern Territory and lu'lp to the he:;l of your ability anyone who dreido:' to come and live and make this ]i\;wf their homo. But make ynur writing?; brief, conservation of space is oFsentiul,

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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DARWIN'S DOINGS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

DARWIN'S DOINGS A party of Darwinites, some twenty-five in number, drove out to Adelaide River for the week end. They had a splendid time, a dance on Saturday night, a swim in the river, a buffalo hunt on the Sunday (they killed a bull buffalo, and found a cow buffalo with its young calf beside it, but left them unharmed), and finished up with a bush picnic on the river bank. They have promised themselves another trip in the not too distant future. . ] Roy Maxwell Edwards, aviator, war, fined €20, with costs, for fly ing at a low level over My illy Point and Mendili Ileach. Mr. Newll appeared for Mr. Edwards, the prosecution wan instituted by Civil ! Aviation. | Mr, Stan P.rown has been ap- j pointed Superintendent of Mel- j ville Island Aboriginal Station, and | is awaiting his transfer from Ha-.vot to Melville Island later in the week. His wifo and little daughter Helen will accompany him there. A grand gala was arranged for Saturday afternoon at Mendili r'oaeh, whore a good time ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPLORER PRICE [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

EXPLORER PRICE Months ago a Mr. Price came into our office and stated that, he was off on an exploring trip from Alice, west into the W.A. country, crossing just below on the south Lake McKay. He has not been heard of since. He took w.th him a large and a small truck, and was to have some camels on the way. His outfit was photographed by the 'Centralian Advocate' staff and a story written to be com pleted on his arrival back. Well, he is not back. The Edi tor, who has flown over that coun try and was in at the finish of the lost plane and Sir Herbert ,lepp and party, thinks it is bad medicine country to be in. Price has, however, been there before, and mentions some blacks near Lake McKay relating how a white man, who could have been Las seter, came amongst them, very weak and all skin and bone, and begged food. He later, they said, died by drinking at a poisoned roekhole before they could make him understand that it meant death. Was Price's story a myth or not '. If so, who then wa...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

DARWIN'S DOINGS W. J. TWILLEY Next Griffiths Housi-. SCHOOL SHOP ?oultry — Rabbits — Pasties Saathviche;.-, Agent Tor : ^ Whyalia' Dry Cleaner:1. Ltd. ?-c Leading ^'V Cleaners of the North. Gu-Aranleed 'vYeeUiy Service 'Cl^O. K. BEAN SADDLER ALICE SPRINGS Repair.; i- Specialty Apply Gnldnbrough, Mort & * Co. I'm1 information iA-r Best Results Entrust ;''DALGETY & Coo Li dL with the Sale of your 'SAT AND STORE STOCK throughout Australia branches at Adelaide and Local Agent ? J. Nelson NOTICE WISH TO ADVISE that my WORKSHOP is now located ad jacent to old premises, ex-Mr, i'hil Windle'r, old garage. LES J. POOLK Todd Street, Alice Springs. ! Whether You Want Wood! To Cook The Daily Meals ? or Whether You Want Wood' to Ward OiT The Coming Winter Chills [; (It Depends on the 'Whether' !) ' SEE ? Jim Clark HARTLEY STREET Alice Spring's Specialist in Satisfactory Wood Supplies and General Carrier. Heavy Cartage by Semi Trailer a Feature NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO BIG Ring- 10...

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DEATH OF MR. A. R. TEMPEST [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

DEATH OF MR.. A. R. TEMPEST Tt is with regret that wo hear that Mr. A. K. Tempest, of the Works and Housing,, at Alice Springs, .diod suddenly on Tuesday evening, .June 1.1. His funeral too': place on Wednesday. We extend our deepest sympathy to his widow.* Mr. Tempest was a very well known identity of Darwin, where he acted with the Public Works Department. He will be greatly missed by his many and apprecia tive friends.

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COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION ALICE SPRINGS CELEBRATES FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION ALICE SPRINGS CELEBRATES FO URTEENTH A N N I VERS AR Y The glorious sunny day enticed 50 members and visitors to attend the fourteenth birthday meeting of the Alice Springs Branch of the Country Women's Association on June 5, 1947. Afternoon tea was served by tho committee while the members and friends chatted to gether. Mrs. W. Driver (President) wcl coiTicd visitor?, and then ask^d Mri-. Jones, who is one of the old est inhabitants of Alice Springs, to rut the beautiful birthday cake, which was made and iced by Sister Hatfield of the A.I.M. Hos tel. A numerous farce entitled 'Shop Window' received enthusiastic ap plause. Production was in the rjunible bands of Miss Mary Clarke, while Mrs. Bob Flvnn', Mrs. W. Driver, Mrs, R. Ward. Mrs. E. Warton, Mrs. Hogan and Mrs. R. Krantz caught the spirit of the play and acted thdir parts to the obvious enjoyment of all. A quiz, which required consider able local knowledge, then engaged the attention of the members....

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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CUSTOM OFFICIALS SEIZE FISHING LINES AND IMITATION PEARLS AT DARWIN [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

CUSTOM OFFICIALS SEIZE FISHING LINES AND IMITATION PEARLS AT DARWIN When searching a R.A.A.F. plane just arrived from Japan, Customs Officials at Darwin found a plant of Moo gut fishing lines, valued at approximately .1*2 oacli, and 125 strings of imitation pearls hidden away inside (lie plane. They seized the stud', which is now in their custody. Custom officials are untiring in their efforts to circumvent the smugglers, but they believe that certain ground crews must ho in collusion with smugglers, since smuggled goods are known to have been hidden away in portions of the plane, and undiscoverablo un til tho piano if, dismantled at its destination. This dismantling can not be done on route, as otherwise it would hold the plane up for days. A huge pile-of smuggled goods, which have been »ei';od by Cus tom officials, will bo sold by public auction at Darwin on Saturday next. They consist of silks, Ame rican cigarettes, tobacco, gut fish ing lines, strings of imitation pearls, potter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

The GIFT SHOP FRONTAGE ADVOCATE BUILDINGS PAPERS, HOOKS, TOYS STATIONERY, PRESENTA TION NOVELTIES, TOILET REQUISITES J. U. CHAPMAN ALL MOTOR SPARES ACCESSORIES AND TOOLS AT Northern

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HOW ADELAIDE BRINGS ABOS UP GAOL SEQUEL TO ATTACKS IN CITY [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

HOW ADELAIDE BRINGS ABOS UP GAOL SEQUEL TO ATTACKS IN CITY A half-caste aboriginal was sent to gaol for five months for what the prosecutor described as a 'savage and sustained attack' on a detective. Another half-caste was gaoled for three months. The sentences, imposed in Ade laide Police Court, wero a sequel to it city scene on Saturday after noon watched by about 150 people. Thomas Law.'-.on Karpany, 2.'J, laborer, of Morphott Vale, pleaded guilty to having assaulted De tective Futon and was sent to gaol for five months bv Mr. Muirhead, P.M. Kenneth Kdward Salisbury, 2.'., laborer, of Wright street, City, pleaded guilty to having on tho ?saint! occasion unlawfully assaulted Detective Lcnton. He was ordered threr* months' gaol. Karpany admitted 1(5 previous convictions, including one for as sault and robbery and another for assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Sansbudy's 12 previous convictions included two for assault on tho police. FURTHER CHARGE Salisbury and Karpany wen- a...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT AMMOROO [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 14 June 1947

SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT AMMOROO On Thursday morning an urgent call was received for an aeroplane to take a young aboriginal . in to Alice for attention by the doctor. The niane left nroniDilv at 11.4Ji a.m. collected the patient and re turned at li.iU) to Alice Springs. Once again is proved the magnifi cent service by the Flying Doctor and the promptness in which Con nellans air service is run. We are very proud in Alice of the dual ability to got things done and that is what we are driving at in our lectures on other matters in respect to the Northern Territory We, of the Northern Territory are proud that such people can do things at short notice and there is no reason why in other spheres it should' not he emulated. The abo in question had a badly lacerated shoulder, at present we cannot say just how serious it is, but the people at Ammoroo can bt sure that every care will be taken and tho hoy is in good hands. Three matters stand out — ability of the officer in charge of the wire les...

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