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SUPREME COURT RAMPOTIS AGAINST STRETTON [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

SUPREME COURT RAMPOTBS AGAINST STRETTON Judgment was given by His Honor Jndge Roberts, today, in the appeal of Michael Rampotis against the sen fence of one month's imprisonment with hard labor for having insufficient lawful means of support, Mr. R. I. D. Mallam appeared on behalf of the appellant and Mr. A. 0, Brnham for the respondent. The appeal was lost, appellant to pay respondent's disbursements in connection with same. A stay of proceedings was granted for two months to enable appellant to appeal to the High Court, appel- lant to enter into a bond of £200 and two sureties of £100. Anyone requiring a good line of household furniture are well advised to attend Auctioneer George Wedd's sale to-morrow. Open for inspection from 10 to 12 on morning of the sale. ' Mr M A Kelly, having been ap- pointed to an imposant position at Winton, Queensland, has resigned from the N. A. Civil Service.

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KINGSFORD SMITH RECORD FLIGHT TO BROOME Broome, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

KINGSFORD SMITH RECORD FLIGHjT TO BROOME Broome, Thursday. Capt. Kingsford Smith and] Ulm made a perfect landing at Broome creating a record for a non-stop flight in Australia. They flew 8ff0 miles from Darwin in 9% hours. The airmen refused to give an account of the flight.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

Ü GDDDDnn'^nDanDtJcoaD a D § Car for Hire ? ? Jim Young. Propt. a - ? Repairs "Well Done, a Ford Spares Stocked a Phone 145. ? oDorjaooaooDorjrjrjoaDrjü Felix Spain. Hairdresser, Razors Ground and Set. Cavenagh Street, Darwin. At Terminus Hotei Burns, Philp, Line of Steamers THE FINE "Marella FOR SYDNEY ABOUT JULY 7 NEW STEAMSHIPS " Malabar/ FOR SINGAPORE ABOUT JULY 14 Trading Regularly between SYDNEY and SINGAPORE and calling k PORT DARWIN each way Pitted up Luxuronsly with all the Latest up-to-date Conveniences for he Comfort of Passengers. Bona-fide Shippers or intending Passengers can obtain all information by appl ymg to the Agents A. E JOLLY & CO., Bennett, and ¡SmiMi ¡Sheets, Darwin. Telephone, No. l8. WEST AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT MAIL STATE STEAMERS s. s. Koolinda LEAVES FREMANTLE JULY 28 ARRIVES DARWIN AUGUST 10 .enger*, ia»es and freights are the lowest ^n the coast. The cuisine ib ¿f the highest standard. On no account will Tickets be issued on hoard the Steamer. A....

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BOUCAUT BAY CASE DISMISSED BY HIGH COURT Melbourne, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

BOUCAUT BAY CASE DISMISSED BY HIGH COURT Melbourne, Thursday Mr Justice Starke in the High Court dismissed the aotion of the Bouquat Bay Coy (in liquidation), for LI 1,186 damages against the Com monweaHh Government for alleged breach of agreement with the Com- pany for the Coastal Shipping- ser- vice m the Northern Territory. His Honor iound tor the Company on minor mattera only.

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Ministerial Visit [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

Ministerial Visit A par y consisting of the Commou -wealth Minister of Works and K,ul_ waya (Hon. W.C.Hill,) the Common- wealth Commifsionst of Hallways (Mr Norris Bell), Commonwealth itailwny Engineer (Mr McKollar) and the Com missioner's Secretary Oír Cortis) ar- rived in Darwin by train fium the railhead last evening, having como overland through Quo-etibland and the Tableland by motor cars to Katheiine. The party makes only a short stay in Darwin as it is utideistco 1 a special train leaves Darwin at 8 o'clock co morrow morning by which the party returns to the railhead to go back by     motors.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

Dr. Haworth DENTIST Sets of teeth from £5/5/ Gold Crowns from £1/11/6 Gold Fillings from. £1/1/ Amalgam Fillings from 7/6 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 supplied to those who desire it. Dr.H. Leighton Jones ' HOURS AT KOME 8 to 9. a.m., 4 to 5 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. '¿A1URDAY& SUNDAY 8 t-> 9 a.m" 'J' to 8 p.m. Whenever possible notification re- garding visits required should be made before 10 a.m. TELEPHONE NO. 9 lid áflurí Jjjhijfög. The Spirit of Australia. WHY pay high prices for imported Whisky when nood Australian Whisky is cheaper. Old Court Whisky is not effected by increased duty. Old Court Whisky.is the purest in the world, guaranteed by the omrnoLiwealth Government to be 100 per cent. Pure Malt IVhisky. It is distilled and bottled under Gove' nment supervision It is guaranteed to*be m...

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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

(To the Editor.) Su',-Reading your contemporary's article on. the Council Elections of the 17th instant, "Under the Mayor- alty of Porter some of the- proceed- ings are not fully^ known and pro- bably cannot be." Why? That is only assumption, damagingi B|Ut any per- son with ordinary intelligence who reads between the Jines can see the purpose-Slander. Why not let us know what you <*an albo,ut these all- eged doings. One that has bec« branded: by every party in the Coun- cil should know if he was honest to Cod. Ï a-n auu, i2 Lùrry business clone in Committee was .not right we wo,uld. have heard of it long before this-of the evil one and the darli, deeds. Be 'honest to God; let as have them. Also ' finances were ill-managed. After last elections the Council ixaâ an over-draft of f/79/10/9, and nou over £500 to credit. That is very1 easily understood-common arithme- tic. TI:". p:"C3cnt Council has no: ibuilt one chain of road and not one culvert on ¿heir own. No drainage -a...

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G.N. 62/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

G.N. 62/27 As from 31st March 1927 all Aboriginals residing or employed in the Prohibited Area as defined in the Northern Territory Gazette oí 19th April 1919 G.N. No 88 of 1919 (including Darwin and Parap) are required to attend at the Darwin Compound for medical examination at the under-mentioned times : Males-at 2 p.m. on me first Fri- day of every month. Females-at 2 p.m. on the thiru Friday of every month. Employers of Aboriginal labour are required to facilitate the above mentioned attendances uy all reason- able means in their ocwer as pro- vided hy the Aboriginal Ordinance 191S-1925. CECIL COOK, Chief Protector of Aboriginals.

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RECORD-BREAKING FLIGHT SMITH AND ULM ARRIVE AT DARWIN TOOK OFF ON THURSDAY MORNING FOR DERBY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

RECORD-BREAKING FLIGHT SMITH AND ULM ARRIVE AT DARWIN TOOK OFF ON THURSDAY MORN- ING FOR DERBY ' Mr Kingsford! Smith and Mr C. T. P. Ulm arrived at Fannie Bay at 3.45 p.m. on Wednesday. Their machine is a Bristol Tpurer Coupe and they left Sydney on Saturday morning at 10 a.mw They were met and given an official welcome by the Mayor of Darwin, (Cr V C M Pres- ley) to whom they handed a bundle of newspapers dated) Brisbane, June 20, for local distribution. They left Camoweal at 8 akm. on Wednesday morning Mr Smith says that the ran of 740 miles was made under ideal air conditions making fly ing rapid and easy over vast areas where a forced 3anding was possible anywhere. Mr Kingsford-smith, who flies a machine belonging to Interstate Fly Services, Syid/ney, plans to encir- cle 'the Commonwealth in tv/elve ? ays, or at the least in substantially less time than any other aviator has completed a similar flight. His total air-line mileage is estimated at 7,105 mies. Whilst making this att...

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AEROPLANE COMING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

AEROPLANE COMING The aeroplane which is being sent to Darwin by Bonds, Ltd., the gre.at hosiery manufacturers, will leave Sydney on Saturday (to-morrow). It shqiild arrive in Darwin Monday or Tuesday. This enterprise is of the very greatest importance to North Australia!, We want a weekly aero- plane mail to Darwin-NOW-not in the dim and distant future-a week- ly mail from south will make lots of things possible.. Jolly <S) Co. wiLl have supplies of Bond's Hosiery and other goods by next boats. Buy Bond's hosiery-write to Jolly's about it . \ encour.age genuine Australian «interprise.

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(To the Editor.) is dodging Darwin. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

(To the Editor.) is dodging Darwin. Wyndham, for preference. He knows, having been, in Darwin, that the are coming off and ula« tlwre w«H cbe p.cnly of hominy about as Dempsey's College,. Fanny Bay, is well represented. By the broad arrow ye shall know them (Above may be libelilous,, hence the omissions. -Ed.)

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

He will pour a stream of golden-icolourëd Texaco to show you how clean, clear, and full bodied a motor oil can be. See the colour! You can't mistake it-any- where. That translucent golden colour is evidence of its purity. Yes, Texaco quality is visible to the eye, but it shows up best in performance. The final proof is in the cooler bearings, absence of hard carbon, and the smoother running of your car. There is a grade for every car-light, medium, heavy, extra heavy, and super heavy. Geo. Seals, Agent Darwin. 06-20, ¿P First class residential hotel, equipped with all modern comforts and conveniences. Roomy and well ventilated dining room under personal supervision of the proprietress. Mrs Gordon^ late of Pine Creek, wishes to announce that she has taken over the- Victoria. Hotel, Darwin, where she will give visitors and the public generally the very best attention. Only the best brands of everything kept in stock. Beard «nid ßesidenc«? upstairs £3 8s per week. Down Si airs £2 10s p...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

FIRE IN MOUNT MORGAN MINE A fire has broken out in the under- ground workings of the Mount Mor- gan Mine. No details have been re- ceived, regarding its cause or extent. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that from this date Goats found trespassing in the Botanic Gardens, Darwin, will be destroyed. By Order, C.E.F.ALLEN Curator Botanic Gardens, Darwin 17th June 1927 NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES -o m.v. KOOLINDA From West Australian Ports. Consignees are hereby notified that all cargo ex m.v. Koolinda will ¡be de- livered by the vessel at the Railway 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 cleai of the ship's sides. AU 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 fhip will be recognised unless lodged WÄTHIN SEVEN DAYS from the ...

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BIRTLES AT DELHI [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 24 June 1927

BBRTLES AT DELHI M H Ellis and Francis Birtles ar- rived at Delhi on their motor car journey from England to Australia

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Gaueral Telegrams. AMERICAN GAOL STRIKE SETTLED New York, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927

! Gaueraï Telegram« 1 AMERICAN GAOL STRIKE SETT- LED New York, Monday 328 prisoners at Kansas State Penitentiary at Lansing, who struck .because they were not supplied with cigarettes, decided to surrender after a three day hunge.* siege upon prom ise from the prison board, that their demands would be considered fairly and impartially by the board. The convicts who were confined in a coal mine battled among themselves be- fore the strike ended; some holding outagainst surrender. Several of the strikers were carried out from, the mine weakened. My hunger.

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General Telegrams. IMPRISONED EDITOR RELEASED FRIEND ON PHONE IMPERSONATES MINISTER Paris, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927

General Telegrams, j IMPRISONED EDITOR RELEASED FRIEND ON PHONE IMPERSON- ATES MINISTER Paris, Monday The joke of the century was per- petrated when the friends of rhe Royalist Editor, M. Daudet secured his ralease from prison by an aud- acious hoax. A Royalist, imitating the voice of the Minister of the Jn teror (M. Sarraut) telephoned to the prison authorities and ordered the realease of Daudet, nis associ'te Delest and the Communist Semar. The command was obeyed and the three men released. 15 members of the Camelots du Roi arranged ^e hoax. One went to the office of "he Minister of the Inten ,r and, < he others stationed themselves in ad- jacent cafes and all' telephoned ^he Sante Prson, thjus egaging all lines but the conspirator in the Ministry Office alone spoke. Asking for M. Catry, Director of the .'ail the con- spirator said the Cabinet had de- cided on the immediate release of Daudet Delest and Semart. ' They musb be let out immediately," he explained, "Before n...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927

?WffWWWMJHWMWWHi The fame of Scotland as a producer of whisky is well founded. Whiskies like Young's "Mountain Dew" make that .fact easy to understand. Try it -you'll readily agree. ?««aarûbaMhMttot The Eastern Cafe A LONG FELT WANT AT LAST SUPPLIED NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! NOW OPEN ! DELICIOUS SWEET MEATS OP THE KIND NOT SEEN IN DARWIN. RING UP TELEPHONE NO. 94, AND 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. MORNING OR AFTERNOON TEA SERVED IN OUR INIMITABLE STYLE. HANDSOME NEW STORY BUILDING, WELL LIGHTED AND FURNISHED. MRS. J. LEE, Proprietress, Cavanagh St.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927

A PAS'S Ä Si si MOPP v win. vee» month. Civ°nnor. Seront. Dru ;^» new records p-vprv

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ROADS MADE OF GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927

ROADS MADE OF GOLD Parts of the road' by which the Dev onshire village of Widecombe is ap- proached are metalled with a pecu- liar type of granite, in which a geo- logist has recently discovered both gold and silver. It appears that a ton of this pecu- liar rock may contain from three to thirty shillings' worth of gold, and as much as two-thirds of an o.unce of silver worth rather less than two shillin gs. Many tons of similar rock have been .built into wadls lining the .roads and enclosing the moor pas- tures in the neighbourhood!. Hun- dreds of tons of it occur among the loose boulders of barren granite strewn over the local moorland. The "vein" from which these golti bearing boulders have oeen derived has not yet been discovered).

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COMMERCIAL AEROPLANE FLYING ROUND AUSTRALIA Brisbane Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927

COMMERCIAL AEROPLANE FLYING ROUND AUSTRALIA Brisbane Saturday The aeroplane on tour round Aus- tralia for commercial purposes organized by Messrs Bond, Ltd. the great hosiery manufacturers which left Sydney pn Saturdy en route for Darwin, lai.ded in, Brisbane at ten to four same day after a splendid trip. The weather was perfect.. They followed the coast all the way and encountered great banks of clouds near Port Macquarie* There the machine rose from five thousand to seven thousand feet and left the M behind. The trip was a record hav- ing completed: the journey in five hours forty minutes. Pilot Anderson says the plane is ':i spleindid condit- ion. The aviators were give a a great reception at the '. ondrome being received by the Vlayor, Aerial Club press photographers and leading citizens. Leaving for Charleville seven o'clock Sunday morning. Brisbane, Sunday Took the air from Eagle Far.l Aerodrome, Brisbane; at sevon twenty on- Sunday morning. The sun was shining, no wind; cloud...

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