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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
H. SNELL & COY Buifders and Contractors Saw and Joinery SVUSis Large stocks of Timber, Joinery # Ejilding Materials all descriptions always on liana. Anything from ;i packing case to a ready ciu Home. Plans and estimates free. PHONE 48. BOX 74 DARWIN A letter to us will also bnn& YOU full particulars of how easy it is to purchase one of these beautiful PLAYER-PIANOS. We arrange convenient terms. Your present piano taken in part ¡¡arment. Write to-day for Price-list and Cataloêue. Every Instrument fully guaranteed. W. H. PALING & CO., LTD., 86-88 Queen Street, Brisbane And at Toowoomba, Rockhampton, and Townsville » "QUALITY" OUR KEYNOTE SINCE 1853 .s THIS SADDLF is absolute ly one of the Best and Cheapes Saddles oñ'eiec1 to ti it» man on the land thai v ill l> ive solid wear Practically nuw-never been used. Just a6* 3'ou sec by illustration - mounted with ron, Colonial LeatUe, and Knglish (-rirth. Oniy ¡£¿1 Complet© HESSSEa^HSES^iSäSSHaSSK^ L. tadBBSEaüEEa...
LEN THOMPSON'S DEATH Coroner's Verdict is Accidental Death No Blame Attached to Anyone Darwin, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
LEN THOMPSON'S DEATH -o- . Coroner's Verdict is Accidental Death No Blame Attached to Anyone Darwin, Wednesday. The magisterial! inquiry into the death of Leonard Thompson on the railway approach to Darwin wharf was resumed! this morning William Foster, engine drjver, said he was leaving the Darwin Jetty at 2 a.m. on the morning of the 18th June with his engine drawing 6 trucks. At about 180 to 200 yards from where he started he noticed a person walking towards the engine. He wouldl thus ibe about 80 feet away when he first noticed him and where lie w'as walking WQuld' be clear of the engine. As the person came opposite the moving engine he appeared to witness to fall right across the track on which the engine was travelling. Witness reversed the engine and told his fireman to put on his brakes. The engine was pulledi up within 15 feet. As soon as the engine pulled up wit ness got off the engine. He could see the man underneath. He then told the shunter to run back to the jetty and ...
G.N. 91/27. NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANDS AVAILABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDINANCE 1924-27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
G.N. 91/27. NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANDS AVAIL- ABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDIN- ANCE 1924-27. APPLICATIONS for leases of the und«r-mentioned lands, as Cultivation Farms will be received at the Lands Department, Darwin, or the Depart of Home and Territories, Melbourne, on or before the 16th July 1927. The land available is situated in the Darwin, and Gulf District as set out in the Schedule nereunder Cultivation Farms are granted as leases in perpetuity. If the land is not allotted it shall! re- main open to application at the ren- tals and conditions set out in the' Schedule until, such time as notifica- tion of its withdrawal shall be made both in the Commonwealth, and North Australia Gazettes. AU applications shall be accompan- ied by a lease and registration fee oi thirty shillings. Schedule of Conditions under which the lands Will be Leased 1. RENT.-No rent will be pay- able for the first period of the lease, which continues for the applicant's life or...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
Whisky drinking in moderation is good for you if the whisky you drink is good. And there's no better whisky than Young's "Mountain Dew". It stimulates-safely, cheers-sensibly, and pleases immensely. ate A LONG FELT WANT AT LAST SUPPLIED NOW QPE& ! NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! DELICIOUS SWEET MEATS OF THE KIND NOT SEEN IN DARWIN. RING UP TELEPHONE NO. 94, kNO ORDER DELICIOUS HOT PIES. TEA, COFFEE & COCOA AND ALL KINDS OF ICED DRINKS AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. HAM & EGG OR STEAK & EGG ALWAYS ON DAY OR NIGHT. ÎWQRNIWG OR AFTERNOON TEA SERVED IN OUR INIMITABLE STYLE. HANDSOME NEW STORY BUILDING, WELL LIGHTED AND FURNISHED. MRS. J. LEE, Proprietress, Cavanagh St. MR R. H. BOWMAN DENTIST DARWIN i i WWW>nwlUR|M71IVM«Wm«.^ AUCTION WEDD'S MART SATURDAY JUNE 25 AT 2 30 p m George Wedd, auctioneer under in sructions from Dr Jones will olfei foi public auction a first class lot o_ Household furniture consisting oJ Mirrored wardrobe, marble top wash stand oak bookcase w...
G.N. 142/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
G.N. 142/27 TENDERS are invited from Bat- chers resident in country districts, who are willing to supply beef, fresh or saltedv for a period of twelve (12) months from 1st. July, 1927, to 30th. June, 1928 to Destitute persons who are in . receipt of rations from the Government, and residing between Knuckey's Lagoon and Katherine. 'ihe successful tenderer or tender- ers shalli receive written orders from Police Ofl'icers in various county uistricts *and will be expected to suppiy and deliver beef in the quan- tities and of the description stated in ^such orders, and also at the time and piiace shown thereon. Bullocks hearts or livers will not be accepted as part of the supply of beef. % Tenderers are to state in their ten- der whether they are prepared to supply only the district in which they reside or the whole of the area re- quired to be supplied. Should the Government at any time cease to supply destitute per- sons with beef, although the currency of such contract may not have e...
GN 149/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
GN 149/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT LAI-1 ' «" TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. In the matter of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons. Name. Late of Occut ation ERNEST BUTCHER JAMES MACANSH JOHN WILLIAMS HARRY ILIFFE WILLIAM RYAN Rankine River Tanumbirini Station Pine Creek Darwin Darwin Claim to be lodged on or before Stockman Pensioner Laborer Engine-driver Pensioner 17th August, 1927 17th August, 1927 JOHN JOSEPH LYONS Borroloola Mounted Constable 30th June, 1927 22nd Jiuly, 1927. 22ml July, 1927. 22ndl Septem- ber 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 ill creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having claims against any ol' these estates are required to send in, in writing, to me at my office, Darwin, full particulars and pr0of of any such claim on or before the date shown above against the name of...
GN 71/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands open to application in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
GN 71/27 NORTH AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands «pen to application In terms of tho Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 APPLICATIONS for a pastoral lease of the lands described in the sched- ules hereunder will he received at the Landa Office Darwin or the Depart ment of Home and Territories Mcl boune on or before the Twenty eighth day of June 1927. Any lands not taken up on the 28 th ¿ay of June 1927 shall remain open to application as advertised and may Le allotted by the Commission to any person who applies at the rentals and on the conditions as set out in the schedules hereunder. Date o£ expiry o£ leases-bOU» June 196S. The rent shall be subject to re-a, praisement every ten years and dur- ing the first ten years of the lease »hall be at the rate as set out in schedules above referred to. All authorized improvements on the lands to be leased shall remain the property of the present owners and shall be paid for at a valuation t&lt;*. be fixed by the Commission. If necessary one hail o...
CONSTIPATION The Origin of Most Illnesses. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
re ' 1 l'iî lu The Origin of Most illnesses. Oonßtipation is like stuffing up the Bewers of the city, and keeping all the filth in them till they are filled with poison and corruption, breeding disease and pestilence. When the bowels are clogged, the waste matter decays and ferments, and enters the blood, and is carried to all parts of the -body, producing Headaches, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, and various other ailments, disturbing the heart and nenous system, and if continued is Hablo to cause inflammation of the bowels, livor and kidneys. To mfintr.in a healthy system, the bowels should operate afc least-once every 24 hours. This is one of Nature's wise provisions which is too often ignored. As a remedy for Constipation, Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills have proved their value beyond doubt. They act upon tile liver and stimulate the Sfcivtion of bile, which thoroughly digests the food, and assists the bowels, in a p ;i foctly natural manner, to throw o°£ the waste matter from the system....
GN 72/27 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA Pastoral lands open to application in terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
GN 72/27 CENTRAL AUSTRALIA -o Pastoral lands open to application ir« terms of the Crown Lands Ordinance 1924-27 APPLICATIONS lor a pastoral lease *.f the lands described in the sched- ules hcreunder will be received at the Lands Office Darwin or the Depart- ment of Home and Territories Mel boune on or before the Iwenty eighth day oi Junf tl>¿7. Any lands not taken up on -"-.he 28 th day of June 1927 shall remain open to application as advertised end may be allotted by the Commission to any person who applies at the rentalt. and on the conditions as set out in the schedules hereunder. Date of expiry of leas ïs-30th June 1965. The rent shall be subject to re-ap praisement every ten years fnd dur- ing the first ten years of the lea3fc shall be at the rate as set out ii. schedules above referred to. Ali iuilhorized improvements o«i the lands to be leased shall remain the property of the present nwne»v and shall be paid for at a valuation to be fixed by the Commission. If necessary on...
METAL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
METAL MARKET The following information has been received by telegraph by the Mines Department. 21/6/1927 Copper Efpot £53^ l8 1% three months 54' n ioy2 Electrolytic 59 15 0 forward 60 0 0 Lead Spot 24 2 0 forward 24 8 9 'Spelter Spot 28 11 3 forward 28 8 9 Tin Spot 295 11 3 three months 286 l8 9 Silver Standard Spot 2 2 l;8 forward 0 2 1'6 fine spot 2 4 3'16 forward 2 4 3/16 Molybdenum 2 1 3 Wolfram 14 3 TENNIS .RACQUETS -Orders taken. Reasonable prices and good quality. Ring 27.
G.N. 141/27 TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF STEAM TRACTOR [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
G.N. 141/27 TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF STEAM TRACTOR TENDERS are invited from per- sons who are desirous of purchasing one 8 H.P. ALLCHIN SPECIAL ROAD LOCOMOTIVE (Steam Trac- tor) which is at present standing at the Saw Mil'l near the old Govern- ment Store, 2Y2 Mile Road, Darwin. The Boiter Inspector has instruct- ed that the boiler of this Tractor must be retubed before being fur- ther used. Full particulars regarding this Tractor will be supplied, on applica- tion to the undersigned at the Mines Department. Tenders are to be accompanied by Bank Notes or Cheques for the full amount offered. Tenders are to be endorsed "TEN- DERS FOR STEAM TRACTOR", and should reach the undersigned not later than 10 a.m. Monday, 27th. June, 1927. No tender necessarily accepted. Dated at Darwin this 7th. day of June, 1927. E. W. ROGERS, Secretary, Tender Board. Printed and Published by EDWARD JAMES FOSTER, for the Northern Territory Times Proprietary, at ^he Office, .Smith Street, Darwin. otrc
ASTRONOMERS PICNIC THIS MONTH WATCH THE COMET'S TAIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
ASTRONOMERS PICNIC THIS MONTH WATCH THE COMET'S TAIL June of this year is a month oí great interest to astronomers, tor not only on June 29 is there to be an eclipse of thel sun, total in Nor- thern Europe, but on June 26 rhe Pons-Winnecke comet willi pay a closer visit to the earth than any comet has ever done. When Dr A C D Crommelin, the Director of the Comet Section of the British Astronomical Association, was seen by the London "Sunday Times" representative, he said that since the first announcement con- cerning the comet's visit many jot- ters had been received) by members of his section from nervous old ladies and others, asking to be to'd the worst. It would be remembered that on its last visit, in 1921, many peo- ple prepared for the end of the world, owing to the report that gases from the comet's tail would: be so poisonous as to v/ipe out all life. "There will be a percentage of car- bon monoxide gas," '.ontinuod Dr. Crommelin, "but so very very slight as to be of no dan...
CANDID CANDIDATE' DOUBTFUL RETURN (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927
CAftESÏD «ANDIDA ÍE'S D1U8TFUL REl'URN (To the hc'iîo.r; From the Standard rd May ;;, 1927: Mr J). C. Watts: "M: .TohiiM-n had been requested by . l;irge majority of the residents :o stand for a cer tain public positioi and if he con- sented he was assu->îd of the ne- cessary' support to top the poll. Mr C. »ohnsoa in rejjly t-nid: "Ile was sorry to leaxre all his friends here, hut he had dev.- friends and relations South whom he was anxious to sea. IF (Ive returned to Darwin he wo,uJ)d endeavour to be worthy of all the; nice things said about him." "IF', not "WHEN" If implies djoubt-uncertainty. DO IT NOW