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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 July 1927
tC^ Worried with a bad back? Is a lamo aching baok keeping yon miser- able ? Are you tortured with sharp, stab Ling pains ? Feel weak, tired, " all played out " Ï Weak kidneys canse auch troubles, and you aro likely to have dizzy head- aches, too, and kidney irregularities. Don't ris]; neglect! Help your kidneys with Dean's Backache Kidney Pill». Doon'« have helped thousands, and are ondorsod by people you know. Ask your neighbour. A BRISBANE CASE. Mrs. Naish, 41 Philip street, Spring Hin, Erübane, says : " For a long time I waa tortured with backache, and thq sever» aching pains made it difficult for me to get about, whilst stooping was almost out of the question. I also had bad headaches and dizziness. I could get nothing to cure me, and auppo9o I should Btillbe suffering but for the fn ct tha t a friend recommended me to use Down's Backache Kidney Pills. I took her advice, and three bottles cured me. ? Doan's Pills are a positive cure for backache, head- ache, and dizziness, and ...
KING OF EGYPT VISITS LONDON London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 July 1927
KING OF EGYPT VISITS LONDON London, Friday. The Prince of Wales welcomed King Fuad of Egypt on his arrival at Dover His Majesty ihe King, the Duke of York and members of the Cabinet met the visitor at Victoria Station with full royal honours on the occasion of his first state visit to England, and there was a procession to Buckingham Pal- ace. King Geoige will be the guest of King Fuad at the Egjptian Lega- tion on Wednesday, when special Egyptian dishes prepared by Egyptian chefs will ba served by Egyptiau foot- men.
DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Chinese Merchant's Prize 3rd and 4th stages July 3rd 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 July 1927
DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Chinese Merchant's Prize 3rd and 4th stages July?rd 1927 700 yds 500 yds K Clark 25 7 32 30 7 35 M B Todd 31 1. 32 32 1 33 R French 27 3 30 33 3 35 J Cooper 25 5 30 32 5 35 F French 28 2 30 34 2 35 R Atkinson 25 8 33 23 8 .31 G 'Seale 32 H 34 27 2 29 A Sawtell 27 2 29 31 2 33 W NuttaD 25 2 27 29 2 31 W Watson 16 9 25 24 9 S3 T Redfern l8 10 28 15 10 25 A Morris 8 9 17 29 9 35 A Crerar 8 9 17 21 9 30 E Coote 15 3 18 ?R 3 28 R Cook 2 n. 13 21 31. 32 W Harmer 8 8 16 16 8 24 W Gordon 11 9 20 6 9 15 F G Long 0 12 12 a 12 IS Mr Snell's Prize Final Stages July 10 1927 HANDICAPS M B Todd F French A Sawtell R French 2; W Nuttall G Seale H Elen 3; E Coote 4; J Cooper R Parker K Clark H Sutherland R Atkinson 6; A Morris W .^h-irtone 7; A Crerar K Gurry H Naylor 8; J Wetter W Harnï er W Watson R Edwards 9; T Red fern 10; V Litchfield J.unr 11; P Lay lor W Gordon R Cook V Litchfield Sanr D Gordon F G Long J W Nie h ois 12.
FOR AULD LANG SYNE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 July 1927
FOR AULD LANG SYNE A quiet 'ittlo wedding took pli ce on Saturday last at the Methodist Church when the Rev. S Jarvis bound in holy wedlock the son of an olid time resident of the N. T. Mr Jack McGuiness to Miss Violet Walkelin whose parents aliso wrre for years resident in the neighbour hood, many of our readers will be re minded by the wedding of the good old Steve McGuiness the bridegrooms father and! his occasional' weekend visits to Darwin when many a mei ry hour was spent at the Victoria Hotel where that other olid identity the grand old hostess Mrs Rvan r.ufed the roost. A quarter of a century ago Steve McGuiness wes a ganger at the 22 Mille and later on ne discovered, s.nd workedl the Lucy Tin Mine at Darwin River. On Sunday evening a number of 7iests met at the house of Mr J Bonson in Harvey Street for the purpose of a little dance and a sing song by way of welcoming the happy couple to the new club. An enjoyable and ordorly festival closed at 11.30 with the usual old «ball...
S A BY ELECTION RESULT Adelaide Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 July 1927
S A BY ELECTION RESULT Adelaide Monday The By Election in Port Adelaide District was rendered necessary by &nbsp; the Court of Disputed Returns un- seating the successful candidate &nbsp; Thompson. He was a Protestant Labour candidate and was unseated on the ground that he caused to be published a leaflet which contraven- &nbsp; &nbsp; ed the Electoral Act. At the poll on Saturday Thompson easily defeated Condon the selected Labor candidate. Mr R H Bowman; dentist; is making a professional visit to K.»Ji eiine on July 14th.
OVERLANDERS FROM BEGA Powells Creek Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 July 1927
OVERLANDER* FROM BEGA Powells Creek Sunday Mr Til!.ghman manager oí the Prim ary Prodlucers Bank Bega; Mr Boiler manager of the Merimbufla Banking Coy Bega and Messrs D'Arcy Heifer nan andi Gordon Solomon graziers and dairymen of Bega arrived on Friday .aid left on Saturday for Darwin. The party lieft Bega end in May and travelled via Broken. HiH!, to Oodna datta Aíüco Springs. . After visitiaig Darwin the party intends going West. to Perth and b.ack to Bega calling en route .it north western ports. They are travelling in a Willys-Knight car and towijng a trailer the first to croea Australia. The trailer will be left at Katherine and picked, up therj for the western trip They antici|. ,at© being abojut three months on the tour which has its object the seeing of Australia. The party is well arm ed with ¡gung andl rifIles and expects to do a fair amount of shooting to assist im keeping ¡up the larder. Mr Tilghman who may be. termed the leader has done the trans continent al trip to Da...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 5 July 1927
-Australian Cafe MEA.L HOURS for p..rmar>eufc boarders £ieakt.u>f nom 6.30 a m. to 9 a.m. Lunuh, 12 ii joh tu *2 p.m. Dinner, 5 to S p.m. You get satisfaction when you dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim at giving satisfaction, and our cook is a most skilful artist chef. GEE FONG NAM Proprietor Shing Lep & Co Tailors & Outfitters Photographers, Artistic En- largements, Local poster ds. Films or plates developeditnd printed for amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavanagh Street, Darwin Nex' door Australia Cafe. P. 0. Box 77 IMPERIAL CAFE. Gee Fong Ming & Co. Prop) iel ors Note our New Address Next to Adams & Foster. Civen.igLt Street The best cok in Darwin, late of Go\e'nmuut llouee, Vi'toria and Club Hotels Picnic Parties and Suppers well catered for. Meals a* all hours 21 Meal TioketaSös. Poultry and Mutton Every attention and civility. RAILWAY HOTEL KATHERINE. Only best brands of wines and spirits stocked. MRS O'SHEA, Proprif-...
THE P BYRNE FUND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
THE P BYRNE FUND Further donations on benalf of P. Byrne, collected ,by D. Gray, Kather ine. E J Erlandson £1, J W 5s, J Rigby £1, F Livendoske 10s, O Jensen £1 D Gray 5s, J Dowling 5s, T Irlin 5s H Richardson 5s, J Irlin 5s, P Grilov ich 5s, E Wegen 5s, A Mallet 5s W Jay 5s, F Moslinowncky 2/6, H Gor don 2/6, W Hansen 2/6, P Rodenov 2/6, J Christie 2/6, F Burrows 5s M Madigan 5s, G Rae 2/6, T H Page 5s, W W Parker 5s, M Scholën 5S P Gluévr 2s, R Thorne 5s, R Hochmuth 5s, C Wright 2/6, D Jackson 2/6 F G Coate 5s, J Allen 5s, P McManus 5s Bluey Pearson 6s.
ROUND THE WORLD CYCLIST GETS MALARIA Fremantle Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
ROUND THE WORLD CYCLIST GETS MALARIA Fremantle Friday A European cyclist who is attempt ing to cycle round the world joined the motor ship Koolinda at Carnavon The passengers on the vessel said the adventurer, who is from the Balkan States had found that riding a bi cyclic along remote portion of the north west very different from con ditions in more populated countries After joining the ship the cyclist be came so ill from malaria that he had to be carried ashore on a stretcher when the Koolinda arrived at Gerald ton.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES s.s. MARELLA From Eastern Ports [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES s.S. MARELLA From Eastern Port« Consignees are hereby notified tha all cargo ex s.s- Marella will be de- livered by the vessel at the Railwa/ 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 clear of the ship's sides. All 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 Ship will be recognised unless lodged WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date of the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., AGENTS. Foreman : "Wot's up. Bill, art yer self? BiMi'i "No ; gotta nail in me boot." Foreman : "Why. dontcher take it out, then ? Bill! : "What ! In me dinner hour ?"
NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION. The tournament matches were continued right throughout the week and many Interesting games were witnessed. Results Men's A grade Singles Brown v EngoU 6-4,3-6 6-2. Men's B grade Singles icung v Olsen 8-6, 6-2. Men's Doubles Heaps & Doig v Coote & Leak 6-4 6-3. Ladies Singles Miss L Bell v Miss Bfeeser 6-4 5-6 6-3. Miss H Bell v. Mrs Bleeser 6-0 6-0 (forfeit) Mixed Doubles Mrs Bleeser & Edwardg v Mrs Barratt & Frost 8-6 6-3. Matches for the weak commencing J.uljy llt'h. Monday, July 11th. Coi E Court 4.30 pm-Redfern v Fraser. Town Court -T,-Miss H Bell & Jacobs v Misg Youmg & Michell Tuesday July 12 C of E Court 4.30 pm-Young & Todd v Brown & FUynn. BAT Court 4.30 pm-Naylor & Michell v Lampe & Frost. St Mary's Court 4.30 pm-Heaps & Doig v Giles & K Gurry. Wednesday July 13th Town Court 4.30 pm-Naylbr v Flynn. Thursday July 14th BAT Court 4.30 pm-Miss Re...
NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. I - I FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP 5 fjirs. £15. Second Horse £3 from Stake. Foi Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses only. For horses that have not received more than £15 from any one race 9st min. Nom. lo/-. 2. FLYHnTG HANDICAP 6 furs. £25. Second Horse £5 from Stake. Open Race. Imported stallions and mares having been in the Northern Terri- tory at least 3 years to be allowed 3 lbs and 5 lbs respectively at scale. 9st. min., Norn. £1/5/ 3. HACK RACE 4 furs. £10 Second Horse £2 from Stake, Horses to be approved by Stewards. lOst. min. Nom. 10/- Post Entry. 4. NORTH AUSTRALIA HANDI- CAP 9 furs. £60. Second Horse £7 Third Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses, and imported stallions and mares that have been in the Northern Territory for at least 3 years. 9st. min. Nom. £2/10/ 5. GULNARE HANDICAP 8 furs. £15 Second Horse £3 from Stake. Open Race. 9st. min. Nom. 1...
Siamese Prince [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
Siamese Prince Their Royal Highnesses Hie Prince and Princess Turachatra, of Siam, with their daughter the Princess Mayuracbatro, wera passengers on board the Mai ella, which arrived at Darwin yesterday irom Singapore. The visitors were formally welcomed by Lieut, Col. Weddell. Govt. Resi- dent, Commander Bennett of the Ger- anium. A formal welcome was also extended by Mr Mayamoto, President of the Darwin Japanese Association. Afterwards at the Governmeub Resi- dent's house an address of welcome was extended by the Darwin Branch of the Kuo Ming Tang (Chinese Na- tional Society.) Interviewed, the Prince s^id his visit was merely a pleu-nire t rip He had heard a lot about Australia and wanted to see for himself.