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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

ALWAYS remember Don Thomas carries Large. Stocks ot Second hand Clothing. No coupons re quired. A big assortment of Round Mouth Shovels at Don Thomas. A SETof Platform Scales, perfect orjler, Step Ladders, Kitchen Stove, Hand Sewing Machine. Don Thomas. BRITISH ARMY SOLDIER, 23, desires pen friend Herbert 13ox 7 P.O. Kew Victoria. p BOOTS ! BOOTS ! ! A large as sortment in stock. Riding JJoots, Buckle Boots, Elastic Side Shoes, and Working Men's Bootwear. Don Thomas. BANK CLERK, 22, desires pen friend Julian 5282 G.P.O. Mel bourne. . p ♦?CENTRALIAN Advocate' has ji 5in. Lathe, a shed to put it in and wants an operator willing to work it on shares for wood work and other lines. BON THOMAS for all Hardware. New Shovels 0/- each. Large stocks of Files, Butchers Knives, Steels, Military Riiles, Ammuni tion, Razor Blades, Pipe Fittings, Tomahawks, Axe Handles, Hack Saw Blades. Shoeing Hammers, Pinchers, Piei'S, Spirit Le%fels, Gut ter Bolts, Pocket Knives, Spurs, Bridles and Bits, Riding...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIALS NECESSARY AT ALICE SPRINGS [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFI CIALS NECESSARY AT ALICE SPRINGS — ;u; — Once more we draw public at tention to the necessity of retain ing officials in Alice Springs that can give a definite Yes or No to enquiries about land and any other matters without having to write to Darwin like a school-child to get permission of how to behave. It is high time that something was done to assist and not retard this portion of Australia. The nation wants it filled vip, we who live here want them to come, and any Statesman even with the mentality of an imbecile must realise for the nation's sake the necessity of opening up areas that will entice them -both to come and STOP. What is the object of such ridicu lous deley. MINISTER FOR IN TERIOR please wake up. MR. BLAIN see the Minister — why the delay, and telegraph us, We do not want the news via a 2id. postage stamp. We want progress and want it NOW. Teacher : Now, who can tell me where all good children will go one day ? Silence. Now, a nice place with gol...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CONTRIBUTORS TO FOOD FOR BRITAIN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

CONTRIBUTORS TO FOOD FOR BRITAIN APPEAL Mr. S. J. Kenna ? C20 0 0 Mr. 0. Walton ? £10 0 0 Capitol Theatre (Under down) ? £10 0 0 Mrs. Underdown ? £20 O 0 Wall is Fogarty ? £20 0 0 D. B. Neck ...'. ? £5 0 0 Mick l-Ieenen ? £5 0 0 N. M. Loutit ? £5 i) 0 G. Brandt ? £5 0 0 ? C. W. Rye ? £5 (1 0 I. Brooke ? 10 ('? H. J. MacMahon ? £5 0 0 J. D. Rice ? £2 2 0 A. Quee ? £2 0 0 Alf Harris ? £10 0 0 George Glass ? .£1 1 0 R. C. Ward ? £2 0 0 Lackman Co ? £2 2 0 Baldock Co ? £5 0 0 Cashman Co ? £1 1 0 K. Johanssen ? £5 0 0 E. A, Johanssen ? £1 I 0 J. Turner ? £2 0 0 J. Uohring ? ? £1 0 0 . Heenen & Co ? £2 2 0 Northern Motors ? £2 2 0 Mss Long ? 10 0 L. Tuit ? £2 2 0 Angelo Cimanadi ? £1 o 0 Connellan ? £2 2 0 C. H. Chapman & Son £10 0 0 Mr. & Mrs. Heflferman £2 0 0 Mrs Bloomfield ? £5 o - 0 H. Krantz ? £2 2 0 Stan Brown ? £2 0 (f Gordon Chapman ? £2 2 0 Joe Oaldisero ? ? £J 0 0 G. Hample ? ? £J 0 0 TOTAL ? £178 IS (!

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

ffC 'STERLING VALUE' ? is still the keynote of our policy Centralian Cash Stores Forwarding and Receiving Agents Groceries Hardware Drapery Phillips Radios Phillips Accessories Vesta Batteries Lucy Secor Frocks Berlei Foundations Kayser Lingerie We Call For and Deliver Twice Weekly TODD STREET THE GAP TENNANT CREEK * Head Branch: Alice Springs PHONE 29 BOX 39

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALICE SPRINGS COMMUNITY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

ALICE SPRINGS COMMUNITY CLUB The Alice. Springs Community Club wishes to notify the public that they will -be going into recess until 7th Auirust. on which date a general meeting will be held and members of the public who are interested in the club's activities are invited to attend. Items on the agenda for the- meeting is the election of a new committee, pre sentation of balance sheet and general discussion. I T1k- club takes this; opportunity of thanking the members of tho public for their support of .its endeavours to assist financially various deserving appeals. The people of Alice Springs will be gi'atih'ed to know that since its inception the Community Club has distributed a total amount of £2J10 ' find the following appeals have benefited: Alice Sm-ings C.W.A.i Christmas Tree; Children's Hos pital. Adelaide; Alice Springs Kindergarten: and the local Boy Scouts Association. A list of (lie contributoi's to the Food for Britain Fund is pub lished hereunder, and the commit tee wo...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
The Granites Gold Field [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

The Granites Gold Field — :o: — Described some years ago as the furthest outback field in the world is the Granites, This photo shows it -during the war, when one man, with an elderly gouger to assist, had to hold the fort, because all the men employed were conscript ed for the war. With the aid of numbers of good abos, of which ten have been there for 15 years, they battled on. Our successive governments refused to supply water, roads,- or the many things that are usually granted to help industry. It took fifteen years to get a road made and probably only then when it became appar ent that Mt. Isa was interested. Our famous geologists, of the newspaper variety, came and con demned it. No water procurable within miles — no presence of any thing that would be likely to pro duce gold, a vein that averaged one dwt. over a few inches, gran ite bed to be met with within 40 feet, and all the other terrible things. Natives were bad and treacherous, books were written about it such as 'Trag...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

PHONE 87 TODD STREET, ALICE SPRINGS Overland Transport Martin Bros. (Ex A.I.F.) CARRIERS AND CONTRACTORS DIESEL HAULAGE SERVICE. ALICE TO ALL POINTS ON STUART HIGHWAY AND DARWIN. WEEKLY SERVICE LIVESTOCK AND STATION CARRYING A SPECIALTY RECEIVING, FORWARDING & COMMISSION AGENTS 'HANDI' Kei'osene Pressure Lamps give an excellent light. See them at F. W. King & Co. 'Cap- itol' Theatre Building, Alice Springs. p KITCHEN Cabinets, Bedroom Suites, Chest of Drawers, Chairs, Tables, Beds, Prams, Pushers, Jute Matting, Children's Bikes, Scooters. All these items at Don Thomas. LEATHER COATS, Long and Short Military Overcoats and others. 80 to choose from. Don Thomas. LADY 35 desires genuine pen friend Gladys Box 7 P.O. Kew Vic toria. MILITARY RIFLES and Am munition in stock at Don Thomas. MONEY. — You never need to be short of cash where Don Thomas is, because you can always sell something about the place for cash to Don Thomas. NAVAL OFFICER 30 desires pen friend Atlantic 5...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

NATURALIZATION NOTICE I, ALDO SIGNOKINI. of Italian nationality, born ' at Cupollveri (Leghorn), Italy, and resident 2H '*~ years in Australia, now residing at Mitchell Street, Darwin, in the Northern Territory of Australia, intend to apply for naturalization ' under the Nationality Act, 1020 1!)3(S. . p

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
DO YOU KNOW ? [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

DO YOU KNOW ? That when South Australia con trolled the Northern Territory the residents elected TWO representa tives to the South Australian Par liament, and both these members had votes ? r.' * * * That today, with a larger voting population in the North, we are permitted ONE representative only in the Commonwealth House of Representatives, and he is vote less ? He may speak, but may not vote. That Yeiida, New South Wales, is being hailed as the place where rice wan first grown in Australia, the date being 19U0 ? That rice grew in the Northern Territory before ever any white man set foot on her soil ? Baron von Mueller found rice growing in thq^ marshes about Hooker's Creek, and in the valley of the Norton-Shaw River. Mr, J. A. Giles, the explorer, found rice growing in the valley of the T'ir dum River. That other plants indigenous to the Northern Territory are tamar ind trees, which were first noticed by Ludwig Leichardt growing at Port Essington ; Tacca Pinnata fida (Fiji Arrowr...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
GREAT MEETING AT TENNANT CREEK DISTRICT ASSOCIATION FORMED Hopes For Future [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

GREAT MEETING AT TENNANT CREEK DISTRICT ASSOCIATION FORMED Hopes For Future 'You can't get the people of Ten mint Creek to icome to a meet ing' has -been a local axiom for years, yet old timers consider that the public meeting held on Friday, June 11, in Scotts Hall, was the best in the history of the town. Circulars, cleverly drawn screen advertisements, newspaper articles, and canvas posters were among the methods used by the organ ising committee in publicing the meeting. A vehicle fitted with a loud speaker paraded the main street drawing old men from the bar corners and children ,from their play. The advertising also drew peo ple from distances -up to forty miles until a gathering of over 250 people representing every in terest and family on the field, and constituting one-half of its adult population packed the hall. | Thoughout the whole of the smoothly organised proceedings there was on impressive display of alert interest and unanimous enthusiasm which promises well for the...

Publication Title: Centralian Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

Choose from the COMPLETE range of .. ? IHHHHBHHMBUhy^ , « fcf H& S S^1' DCAR,RJALL! , ^'f^^Hn^i.l, ^ihSr 2 TONNER': Maximum gross rating 1 1,500 lbs. Two models: Panel V^naivt Coupe Front Utility with either wheelbflses. 120' with 9' platform in 4 body styles open or well sides l.odw 4 cyl.ntlor O.H.V. engine. nnd M3-, with 1 2' platform In 4 body styles. HALF TONNER: Whoollvr.sc 105 ids. 10-12 cwt. ' ^— ' capacity. Three models: Panel Van and Coupe Front 3 TONNER: Maximum gror:; rating 13,000 lbs, Two Utility with cilher op?n or well sides body. '1 * wheelbssrs. 120' with 9' platform in 4 body styles cylinder O.H.V. engine; 35 m.p.g. «ind 143' with 12' platform in 6 body styles. 143' . ? , -~ ' wlicelbasc tipper with MASCO Trojan Hydraulic Hoist, 30 CWT. TRUCK: M.ivimum or°'=, rating 9,000 Jbs. —-'? , . '' Whoclba-.o I'D' -1 body style;. New improved 3-4 TONNER: Mnximum nross raiing 16,800 lbs. bodies with strcnq cross il'Crs of woo-.l and Mcci for Two whcclbaser,. Ill' in ...

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CENTRALIAN ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1947. Invasion UNDEFENDED NORTH [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

CENTRALIAN ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1947 Invasion UNDEFENDED NORTH Away .to the north of Australia lios a number of islands — Bath- uvst, Oelville, Croker, Goulbourn and :? number of other:; right ro.iiv.l into the Gulf of Carpen taria. None of those have any sett!, monts except missionary and a ! !c.j)y lot of well fed aboriginals. These are now fattened by a sym pathetic government and arc not asked to do anything in return for benefits received, merely bask in the pleasant surroundings and answer the call 'Come and gtt, it' Occasionally they proceed to the chapel and have prayers awl are thc-n allowed to recline and think the matter over. True, they do at times, when the missionaries feel energetic, do something to make some roads and some gardening for settlement needs, occasionally some boys make reed baskets. But no more do the abos mam the country and live on the natural game, they confine themselves to a small area where all the amen ities, now free, are given at the taxp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

Wanted to Purchase ON A WALK-IN WALK-OUT BASIS Large Cattle Station IN NORTHERN TERRITORY ALICE SPRINGS AREA PREFERRED Preferably, but not essential Suitable for Sheep Breeding Experiments Air Mail at once full details, including the following : ? 1. ? Lowest price for prompt cash, values and conditions of al) improvements, including ? 2. ? Fences, Homestead, Roads, etc. '.]. ? Exact location and mileages to nearest centre 4. ? Telephone contact number, if available 5. ? Age« and condition of all stock (i. ? Expiry date, if leasehold, and rentals. 7. ? Details of employees, and payments 8~ ? Estimate of profit *), ? Enclose any photos available. 10. ? Complete details of plant THIS PROPERTY MUST BE WELL WATERED I require a sound proposition at a fair price, and. will inspect and purchase such a place promptly. Air Mail offer to — 'CATTLE BREEDER' BOX 50.JH, P.O. MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

TRAVEL BY PARLOR COACH ON ... TUirS MAIL & PASSENGER SERVICE ALICE SPRINGS __ DARWIN ' Departs Alice Sunday 9 a.m. Arrives Darwin 8 p.m. Tuesday Departs Darwin 6 a.m. Wednesday. Arrives Alice 9 p.m. i Friday. EXCELLENT MEALS AND ACCOMMODATION PROVIDED Overnight Stops at Tcnnant Creek and Daly Waters SCENIC TOURS ARRANGED CAR FOR HIRE PHONE ALICE 53 P.O. BOX 58 Office, Buffalo Hall PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS AND CONGENIAL ATMOSPHERE THAT SYMBOLISE CHARMING ALICE SPRINGS ITSELF : i . These you will find at ... MISS GOLDER'S GUEST HOUSE TODD STREET, ALICE SPRINGS :r * ? ^ i EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION WITH COMFORT [ ABLE, SPACIOUS ROOMS AND ALL CONVENIENCES. VARIED MENU ? DELIGHTFUL MEALS CENTRAL MOTOR SERVICE D. R. Baldock and J. C. McConville Proprietors RAILWAY TERRACE, ALICE SPRINGS BOX 62 PHONE 127 Authorised General Motors Dealers [ CHEVROLET _ OLDSMOBILE _ BUICK _ CADILLAC l\ LA SALLE j GENERAL ENGINEERING AND REPAIRS i Reboring, Line Boring, Oxy and Arc Welding, Turning ] and Ge...

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MOONEE VALLEY 12.45—PICANNINNY HDCP 6 furlongs First Division [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

MOONEE VALLEY 12.45— PICANNINNY HDCP. G furlongs First Division Del Rose 8 12CycJades 7 10 Heroic Lad 8 4Lady Helant 7 10 Bellows 8 3 Thistle 7 10 Goodwood 8 0 Acquitted 7 7 River Tamar 8 OGay Maur Bright ice 7 7 Display 7 12 Kindling 7 G Lebanon 7 12 Record Balkaul 7 11 Reign 7 C iSolvive 7 UDerfla 7 5 Bayadere 7 10 Bellows, Del Rose or Heroic Lad 1.15— PICANNINNY HDCP. (- furlongs Second Division Genoese 8 5 Big' Star 7 10 Tumult 8 4 Girl Friday 7 10 Grecian Stan Win 7 10 Gold 8 2Film Fan 7 i) , Just Mark 8 OBrassi 7 7*r- Aiming Fast Orbit 7 ' 7 Point 7 12Regal Comet 7 7 Cafe Helles 7 1? Merry and Viceroy 7 12 Bright 7 G Leros 7 HAstorette 7 5 Terra Traddles 7 5 Firma 7 11 Viceroy, Grecian Gold or Tumult 1.45— FEDERAL HURDLE 2 miles, 1 furlong Cheery Boy 10. 3 Sir Valiant 9 2 Latani 10 3Flying Lugano 10 0 Comedian 9 0 Boondale 9 12 Lucky Sign 9 0 Dormela 9 llMantrim 9 0 The Feline 9 9Melpaet 9 0 Bobby Robe De Dazzler 9 4 Nut U 0 El Regis 9 4War Loan' 9 0 - Reynard 9 3 Lantani, Lug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

Printed and published by C. H. Chapman, at the 'Centralian Ad vocate' office, Railway Terrace, Alice Springs.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE JUNE 25, 1947 [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE — JUNE 2.1 1947 Justices of tho Pea;1 ^ — Laurence Donald McKinnon and David McKonzie. ^ Temporary Guard, Alice Springs Gaol — James Henry SimmondH.

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Saturday's Racing Programme CHELTENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

Saturday's Racing Programme CHELTENHAM Recent winners will be en gaged at the Port Adelaide Club's meeting at Cheltenham today. Stake money for the seven races amounts to .£2,650. 1.15— FRANKLIN HURDLE Two miles and 145 yards Smartex 10 SMalkuni 9 2 Fedelmi 9 12 Ace High 9 1 Opera Ecstasy 9 1 Again 9 UDestiny Kennion 9 3 Star 9 0 Brucefield 9 2 Opera Again, Fedelmi or Smartex 1.55— ROBERT E. HOWIE HANDICAP Six and half furlongs So Regal 8 2A11 Purple 7 2 St. Don 7 ISMcKenzie 7 1 Queen sboi-- Prince ough ' 7 10 Charmer 7 1 Snowdrop 7 lOAmplifier 7 0 Cobalt 7 9 Prince Bednstone 7 8 Sakao 7 0 Mount Sion 7 8 Scalene 7 0 Red Prince 7 8 St. Don, So Regal or Red Prince 2.25— ROSATALA HANDICAP One mile, three furlong and 35 yds. The Monk 9 OAce High 7 0 Allofus 7 9East Coast 7 0 St. Brendan 7 SKing of Sugar Cane 7 5 Jazz 7 0 W.ihgate 7 3 Lady Maran Gem 7 1 Dolores 7 0 The Mark, Allofus or Wingate 3.— HARBOR HANDICAP Seven and half furlongs Belle Star 9 GFootling 7 G Crown Gem 9 OKertawilla ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

PRINTING OF ALL DESCRIP TION NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE — PRICES RIGHT

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A GOOD MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — Centralian Advocate — 28 June 1947

A GOOD MANAGER . Musio : Grace certainly ? knows how to manage the men. Dusie : Indeed she does ! They ' have to handle her with kid gloves — and silk stockings !

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