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ACCIDENT TO MR. BERGHOEFER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

ACCIDENT TO MR BERGHOEFER Bi'tiy Berghoefer while effecting repairs to the screen at *h& Don Picture Theatre on Wednesday last overbalanced from the ladder and fell to the platform and on . to the con crete. . He was taken home and given attention and on Thursday morning admitted to hospital. Be yond receiving a,nasty wrench to his back coupled with shock he fortun ately escaped, serious injury .and is expected to be about again in a few days.

Publication Title: Northern Territory Times
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THE STRANDED RIVERINA CHARGE AGAINST MASTER NOT SUSTAINED NAVIGATED WITH DUE CARE Sydney Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

THE STRANDED RIVERINA CHARGE AGAINST WASTER NOT SUSTAINED NAVIGATED WITH DUE CARE 'Sydney Thursday The Court of Mai'ine Enquiry de livereld judgment into the stranding of tlie Riverina which ran aground off the coast to the Wegt oí Gabo Island on the evening of April 37." The mast er of the vessel' Cptain Thomas Parry was charged with having failed in hfa duty in the mattelr re lating to navigation of the ship. The court found the charge not sustained and ttiat the vessel was navigated with due care and every available oppor tunity taken to verify the ship's pogition. The stranding in the opin ion of the court was caused) by che abnormal current In conclusion It wa1- stated that the Court noted with satis! action the skill with which the master bandied the vessel immediate ly upon and after the stranding and the fact that eivery person on board was landed safely.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

.A.. 23 _ JOLLY& CO. (wsta,bTishec!l 1883.) Çf<» General Merchants ?^,í3a»»aí..^*--<~s^a aijd Importers. Customs, Shipping, Insurance, Station, and General Commission Agents Smith and Bennett Streets, DARWIN. N. T. CO VICTORIA HOTEL DARWIN 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 ihe very best attention. Only the best brands of everything kept in stock. Board ¡inri Eesideuce upstairs £3 8s per ueck. Down Stairs £2 10s per / jjc J -. . 'i ¡¿s per week, casual meals 2s Gd, l»e<i.« 2-¡ 61 IMHE^S- OOZR/ZDOZLsT, Proprietress THE ROAD TO FORTUNE. 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...

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A NOTE FROM THE KATHERINE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

_- j A NOTE FROM THE KATHERINE < "I have a nice camp to myself. Batching; groceries and meat are q,uite cheap here at the Government store and I am living well on one poundi per week. I have put in a small vegetable garden and things are going very well. The country up here is food (as far ,as this country goes); much better than I expected to see and I think 'there is a good future cn the land; if it is cut up right but to one not used, to land; they \vouitd say:« "Oh just poor flat land and trees." I wit" stay here if its for ten years.'*; Mr E J Foster, of the N. T. Times was oompeV'od. to go into the hospital on Wednesday suffering an old in terna,V trouble. He has bravely stuck to hig Post "* tiw> office for a gener ation. His temporary absence affects the efficiency of our staff consilder p»b]¡y as his place as an artistic print er is nai'd to fill. The 'lugger Mary willi take cargo for Victoria River earfy next week.

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

METHODIST CHURCH Oin Sunday evening next at the Methodist Church the service will be conducted by the Rev Standley Jarvis. The preacher for the occasion willi be tlie Rev J W Burton M.A. of Sydney On the following Tuesday evening in the church Mr Burton wil|ï lecture on "Australia's Respomsilbililty in the Pacific". The lecturer is we'll known in the 'South Seas; India and across the ocean as a gitfted author .traveller orator and missionary.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

; The N T Cricket Association com menee their season tomorrow on the Oyal when Diggers (last season's Premiers) meet Palmerston at 2 pm sharp. Players are reminded that they must be on the ground on time so that the match wi'llj-not be delayed. The following will1 represent Pa'fcn ersten.-Gi'es Gow Jacobs Lampe Leak Michell Moyes Olsen Redfern Thomag TootilJi. Palmerston teaan, are requested to be on the Oval at 10 minutes to 2 in order to seJtect Captain and Vice Captain. Diggers willi be represented by the following.-Watts Cooper Young Lof tes Hodges Doig Caird Co. Wed dell A J V Brown Stoddart Todd. Emergencies-Smith Muflier Tiven dalle and Long. Payers are requested to .be on tho ground at 2 p m sharp for the pur pose of electing a Captain and Vico Captain.

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MR AND MRS PLAYFORD LEAVING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

MR AND MRS PLAYFORD LEAVING We understand that Mr E C Play ford is going away on leave, this month. Mr PLayford is perhaps ano of the b^st known and; most rcgpect ed men in North Austra,'!ui. A valu abije man in the Lands and. Mines Te partment and a. sound fearless and impartial man on the- Bench a* spo ial magistrate. His absence from, the Territory (which .'fooks like being permanent) will create a vacancy which will] be hard to fill1!. The climax of the fang and honorable career oí Mr Playford was reached when he was appointed Acting Administralor ,a post which he carried o.u.t . with credit to himself and satisfaction te the public. In thig happy resutVt he was very largely assisted iby Mrs P'jayford who proved herself a gener ous and tactful hostess. Ali shades of society wi!"> regret the departure of the?e good people.

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Gener[?]l Tel[?]grams. HUGE FINANCIAL CRASH PEND ING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

      General Telegrams       1 HUGE FINANCIAL CRASH PEND ING James White, millionaire financier and sportsman, was found dead at his racing stables at Foxhill, Swindon, with a bottle of prussic acid beside his bed on Wednesday. His death will precipitate a financial crash un- paralled since the Whitaker Wright affair. White was worth £4,000,000 on Tuesday, and chose death rather than face the world a ruined man. His financial eclipse must bring thou- sands to ruin. Friends in sporting and theatrical circles will reel under the blow, The immense sensation on the Stock Exchange caused by his death was reflected in number of shares such as Dunlop, Courtaulds, British Celanese, and Columbia Gram-   ophones, but the drop was not serious like that in British Controlled Oil- fields, Preferred Stock which slumped from 13/4 to 8/

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

Australian Cafe MEAL HOURS for permanent boaidtu's Bifaktast, irom 6.30 a.m. tu 9 .i.tu. Lunch, 12 noon to 2 p.m. Dinner, ö ro 8 p.m. You gct hfttisfactum wbun you dine at the Australian Cat«, bacanao v>e aim at givit.g satisfaction, ami our cook is ii ums* skilful artist chef. GEE F0NÛ ra Proprietor Shing Tbep & Co Tailors & Outfitters Photographes», Artistic En- largements, Locul iiostcids. Films or plates developedand printed for amateurs. All work executed by leturu post. Cavanagh Street, Darwin Next door Australian Cite. P 0. Box 77 IMPERIAL OâFE Gee Fong Ming Proprietors Note our New Address Next to Adams & Foster. 0-iven8Q:h S'rt-.et. The best crok in Darwin, l»»e of Government Houce, Vitoria and Club Hotels Picnic Parties and Suppers well catered for. Meals a*, all hours 21 Meal Tickets 35s. Poultry and Mut ion Every a'teiifcion ami civility RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only best brands of wines and spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA, Propt iotre-fi Terminus ...

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FIREWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

FIREWOOD Long wood, six feet lengths, £2 per cord. Sawn and split 1 ft. lengths £3/15/-, or 25/- per load of 43 cubic feet. A. D. ALLWRIGHT, MacLachlan St. Wood Depot,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

DEATH NOTICE AT the Darwin, Hospital on June 27th to Mr and Mrs Robt. Wood; of Katherine; a son (stillborn.) In Memoriam FRITH.-In loving memory of mv dear husband Frank; who was acci dently killed at Pine Creek July 1 1918. Though life brings much that is altered And time brings much that is new But there is one thing that never will alter That's my memory dear Frank of   you. Inserted by his loving wife; of Haberfield; Sydney. FRITH.-In loving memory of our dear son Frank; killed a Pine Creek July 1 1918. In our hearts your memory lingers Sweetly tender; fond and true As the years go by dear son We will always think of you. Ever remembered by his loving Father and Mother.

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TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

TOWN COUNCIL The ordinary general meeting of the Darwin Town Council was held on Tuesday last. Present Mayor Pres- ley and CounciVlors Watts Brown Porter and Marchant. Correspondence An application from the Victoria League was received asking that the Council table be removed' to the stage for additional floor space cn the night of the League's Fancy Dress Bal and that a light be plac- ed between the reading room and tîhe hall on the same evening. Cr Marchant said he M3 not see why the Council table shoulid be taken outside and used in connect- ion with the approaching function. On former occasions he had found the papers in his drawer covered wtijth coffee or other stains. All pap- ers he placed in the drawer were clean and he certainly objected to the table being used for general purposes and thought the other Councillors wouldl a^ree with him. On the occasion refc'-rad to he w.'-s one of those who removed the table and placed it in the present qu-ùt ers of the caretaker. He was n...

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CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

To the Editor Sir,-This is the first election at which so many candidates hare a ood; so it is the first time that the ordi- nances have been fully tested, and proved unworkable. As a rule, there have been so few candidates for posi- tions on the Town Council that either they have been returned unopposed, or else the necessary number of candi- dates to be elected have obtained such a lead over the others that there has been simply a straight out election, and no need of preferential voting at al). It is plainly to be seen sir, that the whole system of voting fcrthe Town Council elections needs over- hauling and setting on a different footing altogether. As it s'ands at present, it is NOT preferential voting in its entirety and neil her is it straight out place voting; but is merely a go-as you-please affair, out of which Solo- mon himself would find it hard to choose the genuinely elected candidate, I may mention that I have applied, through the Mayor, for a FULL state- ment of the ...

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COMMERCIAL AEROPLANE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

COiYÎÎYiEKCÎAL AEROPLANE The aeroplano touring Australia in the interests of Bonds Hosier Limited »eft Cloncurry at 2.25 p. m yesterday. The weather was good and a favourable ti ceze render'3 : fly in., conditions *>3tfect. The after- noon proved somevAat exciting for the aviators as directions was loot through some wrong instructions having been given Jeforo departure. A Tanding was made at UnunJangii . ' 4.4t" p m in order to pick up liro '. iicetion and a fresh glart v/as made immediately after for Cammoowe'»'. Approaching darkness compelled t'n emergency landing in a cattle í!e i.' where a cold; night vas spent .besiso a fire. A tea of biscuits; chocol «te .v/v1, water v/as alj| that could be had and at 7.40 am chis morning when the plane rose Camooweal was read- ily picked up in ino clear morning air. A short stay was nfade and the ' michino was headed for Nowcast'i?. Waters. In the run to there it wa.j hoped that lost time would be marlo up. Bond's aeroplane did not reach D...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

DARWIN ¡ftIFLE CLUB Chinese Merchants Prize 3rd and 4th Stages, July 3rd 1927 HANDICAPS M B Todd 1, W Nuttal A Sawtell G Seale F French 2; R French V Ellen E Coote 3; o H Millican 4;. J Cooper 5; R Parker H Sutherland (5. K Clarke W Johnstone 7; W Harmer R Atkinson H Naylor 8; A Crerur 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, DENTIST Sets of teeth fiom £5/5/' Gold Ciowns horn £1/11/6 Gold Fillings fiom £1/1/ Ama'gam Fillings from 7/6 Brldgework according to arianie 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 woik supplied to those who desire it. Bri LeightoD Jones H0U1Í.5 AT HOME 8 to 9 a.m., 4 Lo 5 p.m. 7 fcn 8 i).m. b .A TURD AY à SUNDAY 8t 0 M,m , 7 to 8 p.m. \\ bo e\ LI pos-mk HDI.ile ition io ii l.n^ \J^ bJn.i 10 N It (¿li li (. ii -aholllll llC Iii lill...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

He will pour a stream of golden-soloured iTexaco to show you how clean, clear, and full bodied a motor qil 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. Burns* Philp, Lire of i termers THE FINE "Marella FOR SYDNEY ABOUT JULY 1 NEW STE.Ui> UPS " Malabar, FOR SINGAPORE ABOUT oULY 14 .adm.Re.ulanybcUeon SYDNEY.ml MxM.Al Ulli nul nnlhm . POUT DARWIN culi \sav Pirt,d*p W"nsl> mil. all the latest up io ri Ü, C um c .nonces io, Le °°^Ä^o, ,"«end",g IWuuns -«b.h"lW^ by Rpplvmir to the Agents ^ ^ ( ^y ^ ((| lu nur t n I Mn tu * " < "* l) ,v>iU Telephone, Ko. IS ^ _ ^ . WEST AUSTRALIA GOVERNMENT MA«L Srt/^C. STEALERS s. s. Koolinda LEAVES FRE...

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GN 131/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

GN 131/27 The attention of employers of Abo- riginal labour and others in the Pro- hibited Areas of Darwin and Parap, is directed to Sub-Section 4 of Sect- ion 11 of the Aboriginal Ordinance 1918-1925 and to the Regulations 14 and 17 of the Regulations under the Aboriginal Ordinance 1918-1925. Section 11 (4) :-Any person who without authority (proof whereof shall Ile upon him) induces any Abo- riginal or half-caste to come within any Prohibited Area or suffers any Aboriginal or Half-caste to be on his premises in a Prohibited Area or conceals or harbours any Aboriginal or Half-cast-e within a Prohibited Area shall be guilty of an offene«* against this Ordinance. Penalty : Not exceeding £100 cr im- prisonment with or without hard labour for any period not exceed- ing six months. Regulation 14 :-All Aboriginals employed within the Town Districts of Darwin and Parap shall be deemed to be domiciled within the Reserve known as the Aboriginal Compound, Darwin, Regulation 17 :-No Aborigina...

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G.N. 62/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

G.N. 62/27 As from 33st March 1927 all Aboriginals residing or employed in the Prohibited Area as defired in the Northern Territory Gazette oí 19th April 1919 G.N. No 88 of 1915 (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 oy all reason- able means in their newer as pro- vided by the Aboriginal Ordinance 1918-1925. CECIL COOK, Chief Protector of Aboriginals.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

The Gab.FiC* blaker and Complet! House Furnisher. The leaJing Journal of the English Furnishing Trades. Designs, Decoration, Upholstery, Bedding, Metaiwork, Pottery, Fab- rics, Garnets, Floor Coverings, Woodworking machinery. ¿. - '/? Fashions in Furnishing. The trend of domestic furoishing in Great Britain is reflected week by week and the latest developments and inventions are described and illustrated. 1 Annual Subscription, 25s. all tbc world over. A specimen copy will be sent on receipt of one shilling. ,. Benn Brothers, Limited, 8, Beuverie Street, London, E.Q.4. This goody that's good for you is lull of deli- cious fuicc of fresh mint. Helps teeth, breath, appetite and digestion» Made in Australia. Sold by Chtmists, Confectioners, Gncm, Tobacconists, «te. AOJA After Every Meal HORSE RUGS AU lengths same price Heavy Jute 17/-. Best Navy Canvas» 24/-. Heavy Khaki 37/6. COLEMAN LAMPS AND LANT- ERNS.-300 candle power, now om pletely insect proof.-both 65/ GALVANISED IRON.-Best qu...

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GN 151/27 REGULATIONS UNDER THE HEALTH ORDINANCE 1915-1924 Applioation to Katherine-Daly Waters Health Area [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 1 July 1927

GN 151/27 REGULATIONS UNDER THE HEALTH ORDINANCE 1915-1924 Application to Katherine-Daly Waters Health Area BY VIRTUE of the provisions of the Health Ordinance 1915-1924 and the Regulations thereunder and the Northern Australia Act 1926 I Rob- ert Hunter Weddell Government Resident of North Australia hereby declare that the Nuisance Prevent- ing Regulations 1924" the Building Regulations 1924 and the Mosquito Prevention Regulations 1924" shall apply to the Katherine-Daly Waters   Health Area. Dated at Darwin this twentyfifth day of June 1927. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident of North Australia.  

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