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DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Mr Snell's Prize 1st & 2nd stages [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Mr Snell's Prize 1st & 2nd stages 700 yds 600 yds A Morris 20 12 32 26 12 35 R French 32 3 35 27 3 90 W Watson l8 12 30 26 12 35 W Nuttall 28 2 30 30 2 32 V Litchfield' Jr 15 12 27 25 12 35 F Fnejnch 27 3 30 28 3 31 M B Todd 26 1 27 31 1 32 A Sawtell 24 2 26 27 2 «>9 Ii' Coote ?3 3 28 'Jr. 3 28 J Cooper 21 5 26 23 5 28 K Clark 22 7 29 17 7 24 D Gordon 14 12 26 14 12 26 A Crerar 16 9 25 16 9 25 H Ellen 19 3 22 24 3 27 R Atkinson 0 10 10 24 10 34 G F Long 4 12 16 14 12 26 P Lalor 9 12 21 4 12 16 W Harmer JO 6 16 5 6 11 G Seale 6 2 8 17 2 i9 Chinese Merchants Prize 3rd and 4tji Stages, July 3rd 1927 HANDICAPS M B Todd 1, W Nuttal A Sawtell G Seale F French 2; R French F Ellen E Coote 3; a H Millican 4; J Cooper 5; R Parker H Sutherland, 6: K Clarke W Johnstone 7; W Harmer R Atkinson H- Naylor 8; A Crerar W Gordon R Edwards A Morris W Wat- son 9; T Redfern 10; V Litchfield; Jr. R Cook 11; P Laylor V Litchfield Sr. D Gordon G F Long 12. Mrs Han-cr, Point Char...
VERSERG [?] RINDBERG [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
VERSERG >' RiftDBERG lu Cbanil.ors to-day, bofoie Mr Playfoid, 8.M.. an application was m a du for a further stay of proceedings lo (-nable the defendant io appeal to ihn Supieme Court against a verdict ob'.ained by plain I iff at the Pine Creek Court. Mr J'hyf.nd ruled -that he had no juripdiction. No costs were allowed. Mr M al la m appeared for ? he appellam, Mr Verberg appeared in person.
CORRESPONDENCE TOWN COUNCIL ELECTIONS (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
TOWN COUNCIL ELECTIONS (To the Edlitor) Sir..-To the few who held, to their word by.placing fie first, second ana third at the recent Councill Elect- ions, I return'my sincerest thanks. When I stand again I hope that my friends will loyxlly support my candidature and I nat their numbers will be much augmented, next time. I look for better success in the fut- ure;. JESSIE SINCLAIR LITCHFIELD (To the Editor) Sir.-The " Standard " has got its own men in at the Co,uncil| Elect- ion, but..how on earth is it going to fill in all its columns now? It will not be able TO attack the goings on at the Council Table any more but will have to leave all1 that to its so-called 'reptile contemporary. But. .what a millenium will arise for Darwin now. ihe Standard 'has advised that it >upports the men who loyally obey ..ne Municipal or- dinances, so in a week or so Darwin wï\% be\ humming nke a hive of bees or a nigger-camp in corrobo ee time) as the Couicil gets busy on clearing all the vacant blo...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
oii9t neglect your kidneys! Aro you miserable with an «.ching hack ? Get up lamo and stiff; dm,^ o round, tired, weak and rie-presoed? Then he Ip your i.ic'-.cys. lockarba is often the ilrsi. ^icu vi wcaLmed kidneys. .Neglect is dangerous. T.V.e Docui's Backache Kïîhiey Puis. Doan 's have helped thoutand.« .Mid are endorsed bj' people you know. Ask your neighbour! A MELBOURNE CASE. Mr. H. Devis, So Hollywood Grove, East Caulfield, Melbourne, jays: "Some years .ago J strained my back nnd for months after I had a bad time willi 'ML ¡cache. I could not stoop or move about hxHy on account of the naming ache and my rest at night wa-i dis- turbed. To add to mjr suffering, urinary trouble set in. 1 consulted a doctor but I1Í3 treatment did not bene.it mc A friend urged me to try Doan's Jin ck i che Kidney Pills, so I eont/for sonic and a course of these Pius cured mc, regulated the scereiinns, and banished tho'backachü. I feel spl'-r.dkl no&lt;v and havo only Donn'a Pilhi to than!;...
DON CINEMA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
DON 01 NEMA The Don Cinema will screen on Tuesday night Jack Hoxie, the 1 Tg western star in his fast whirlwind romance of the west "The Sign o£ t'he Cactus", supporting cast : J Gordon Russel! Helen Holmes Fran- cis Ford Joseph Swickard Frank Newiberg Jack Pratt Bobby Goidon and Muriel Francis Dana. Mad gal- lops, whirlwinid (bases and daring stunts by the ran:h ridersu A clean strong galloping outdoor picture for outdoor people. The life stoiy of a western Robin Hood, and a girl seilt out to capture him. . A photoplay that you will never be able to guess how it ends and it will keep you wondering until 'he last scene«. So don't miss Hoxie and his iamous white horse Scout. Also screening, comedy and Gazette.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
.A., m. JOLLY ?Z7. 5P ("established 1883.) General Merchants and Importers. ».-**.*...«» Au* « tt^ «K. A.JLJU *.^» rt. Í Jw h A A *.«.* A«.« »**|*iU,4Ji|li Customs, Shipping, Insurance, Station, and General Commission Agents mith and Bennett Streets, T s A i B V DARWIN First class residential hotel, equipped with all modern oomfoits and conveniences. Koomy and well ventilated dining room under personal supervision of the proprieties. Mrs Gordon, late ol' Pine Creek, wishes to announce that she has taken over the Victoria Hotel, Darwin, where she will give visitors and the public generally ihe very bebt attention. Only the best brands of everything kept in stock. Bouid mr' Residenc. upsthiis £3 8s poi week Do\,n S mi> £2 10b per week. Board L2 2s uer week, catual me«Is 2» Gd, I H J. 2S 6d IMIIE^S. GOZR/HDOZLST, Proprietress THE ROAD TO FORTUNE. -o is before you, no behind you-push on. Believe in the good Road around the Corner-usually there is one. Life is a long road to travel, a...
THE P. BYRINE FUND List of Further Donations [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
THE P. BYRINE FUND List of Further Donations Tqd Ridgeway £1 R R £1 D E¿añ £1 L Fi.sher £1 G Harman lüs H O'Niell 4s Vang Chong Loong 10s A G5sG Starr 5s G Garr 5s C Shields 5s E Knowles Kb E Joi;s 5s E Conanan 2.6d G Asp; igus 2.6d F Renny 10s Michaelmore 2.Cd A Lynch 10s C Swanson 2s M Coyno -¿ C Fissingtidis 4s C Maloney 10s P 'Staunton 14.6d A Wright 5s J Mar- low. 5s F Johnstone 5s J McDon:- d 5s M 5s C Cashman 10s J J ?* Parer £1-1-0 G Lowe 10s L Mengo.ia 10s J Harris 4s D Priestley 5s W Burke 5s A Dunn .10s R Parez 5s G Salakis 5s G Nichols 4s L Papas 2s F Delaware 2.öd G Kalis 3s W Apolistod'es, 3s D Lalines 5s D Die tisis 3s L Verevis 3s Chicko 5 J Bonson 5s D Gardner 5s S Rowlands 5s C Priestley 5s ¿pahat 2s R Neame £1 L Cubillo 5s A Tye 5s J Courtney 5s A Quelch £1-1-0 A McGuirc 6s
POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
POLICE COURT On Monday Ming Gow, laundryman was charged; with discharging watsr from his mouth on the surface ol textile material, -de pleaded gui! tv and was fined £2 and 15/- costs in default 7 days imprisonment with hard labqur. Kwong Hai laundryman was charg- ed with diischirging liquid from his mouth during the time he was en- gaged in the preparation of wearing apparel for ironing. Defendant pleaded not guilty. After hearing the evidence Mr Playford S.M. fined the defendant £2 and 20/- costs in default 14 days imprisonment with hard l,a,bo¡u.r. Mr A. C. Braham, Crown Lav) Officer appeared for the prosecut- ion in both cases and Mr Barratt for the defendants. Scotched on the 1«# I y a cat whilst she wns sewing nfc her home in Gar- field Rond, Rhers'ono (N.S.W.) Mrs. Laura GUb-- subs&lt; qnen'ly succumbed to blood poisoning in Wn rlsor Ho - pilnl. After she had sustained the injury (lpcpfl'5('(l did nof trent it ^en» ously. . Jilonrl poisoning symptoms se' in .Mid ««he w...
THE FRENCH FARCE Paris Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
THE FRENCH FARC£ Paris Monday Search tailed lo locate thr> royal- ist leaden* M Daudet who was relj.s ed from Sante Pr son by means oí an audacious hoax. Meanw .ile the laugh throughout *Ya,nce has turn- ' to amazement at the success of M'O plot which has ,-aused tr> '.Vp in government circles. Drastic cnquirv ic being held. Jail administrator CJ. ry has been dismissec1!. He w ¡. wi^h'n four months of th; d/ue dat j for hip retirement c i a pension. he ."»»w Prefect of I olice has been stripped of the laurels won a iortri >]-t J rr by the dramatic a *res1 of D- videt.
CLAIM FOR DAMAGE TO MOTOR CAR [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
CLAEM FOR DAMAGE TO MOTOR CAR In the Local Court this mon.ing, before Mossrs Playford', S.M., and Kirkland and Fawcett J?.P. Laurence Herbert Hufi'm in, m »ac- ted constable, sued Duncan Presley for £50 damage to' a raoior car caustvl ¡y a collision with a car driven by defend- ant, Mr Barratt appeared for plaintiff and Mr A B Barton for defendant. The. case had not coniluded when we went to press,
Electric Lighting [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
Electric Lighting A deputation from the Town Coun- cil met Mr Bell, Commonwealth Railway Commissioner, on Saturday. All the Councillors were present and made brief speeches pointing out the necessity for an adequate supply of eleotricity for power and lighting pur- poses for the town and for ice and cold storage. Councillor Walts, who organized the deputation, and who had gained valuable information on the matter during his recent visit to Melbourne, explained that the installation of cold storage and electricity was beyond the means of the Town Council, unless they were able to borrow the money from the Government, and as the Railway Department required a lot of electricity for lighting the wharf and approaches thereto, and the railway premises generally, it would be better if the Railway Dept. erected the works and supplied the electricity to th« Town Council, who would act as dis- tributers. All the Councillors spoke in support, their remarks chiefly referring to the gr«at necess...
MURDERED FOR MONEY ON WAY HOME [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 28 June 1927
MURDERED FOR MONEY ON WAY HOME The murder has been perpetrated at Tamworth of William Thorley a well-known and successful bettor, shearer and rabbit trapper who was done to death on the way home in Anzac Park and over £200 stolen from him. The body was discovered half way under a footbridge in the park with the buttons ripped off vest showing that the murderer knew Thorley carried his money in his in- side vestpocket. A valuable tie pin was also stolen but a gold watch and chain were not touched.