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Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILS NOTICE Inland [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
Commonwealth of Australia Postmaster Generals Department MAILf NOTICE Inland Arrive at Darwin From Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, Katherine and places en route every Friday at 5.40 p.m. Closes at Darwin For Adelaide River, Brocks Creek, Pine Creek, Katherine and places along the line 7 a.m. every Wednesday morning. Arrive at Darwin From Victoria River and places en route Borroloola do Powells Creek do Friday July 29th Closes at Darwin For Victoria River and places e«n route Borroloola do Powells Creek do Wednesday August 3rd, 7 a.m. OVERSEAS MAILS From South via Sydney about 13th each month ; leaves for Singapore same date. t From West every 2 months, re mains 24 hqurs and returns Fre mantle. From Singapore, about 6th each month and leaves for Sydney same date.
BACON FACTORY FOR DARWIN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
BACON FACTORY FOR DARWIN A very important party of over landers arrived from Katherine by rail last night having come àJJi the way from Bega on the south east corner of N.S-W. near the Victorian border. Mr Tilghman manager of the Bega Producers Bank, arrived in Dar win on Wednesday and spent most of Thursday looking into;the posgib ilities of starting a bacon factory at Darwin» i!a1 Mr Tilghman told a Times reporter ' that there were plenty of men in the south coast «districts of N.S.W. with smalü capital at their disposait up to about £2 000 each who were compet ent dairymen and who understood pig raising thoroughly, but they had no chance of securing comfortable living areas in their own districts because suitable l'and wag worth anything up to £100 per acre. Juidg ing iby what he had seen and heard there were large areas suitable for the bacon industry on the Alligator, Darwin and Daiy Rivers which would be available in areas ot a square mile more or less for small!, settlers pra...
G.N. 91/27. NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANDS AVAILABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDINANCE 1924-27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
G.N. 91/27. NORTH AUSTRALIA. AGRICULTURAL LANDS AVAIL- ABLE FOR LEASING IN TERMS OF THE CROWN LANDS ORDIN- ANCE 1924-27. APPLICATIONS for leases of the under-mentioned lands, as Cultivation Farms will be received at the Land» Department, Darwin, or the Depart of Home and Territories, Melbourne, on or before the 16th July 1927. The land available is situated in the Darwin, and Gulf District as set out in the Schedule nereonder Cultivation Farms are granted as leases in perpetuity. If the land is not allotted it shall! ro- main open to application at the ren- tals' and conditions set out in the Schedule until such time as notifica- tion of its withdrawal khali be made both in the Co-nmonwealth, and North Australia Gazettes. AU applications shall be accompan- ied by a lease and registration fee oí thirty shillings. Schedule of Conditions under which the lands Will be Leased 1. RENT.-No rent will be pay- able for the first period of the lease, which continues for the applicant'.* lue or...
BUMPING OVER MOUNTAINS Melbourne, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
BUMPING OVER MOUNTAINS Melbourne, Wednesday We took the air from Adelaide at nine five a.m. The wind was strong and it was raining fast. Owing to the gevere air currents and air pockets we encountered some diffi Qulty in making height. Our passage was extremely bumpy whilst cross ing the mountains. The rain con tinued for the first hour's flaying and somewhat hampered our progress. Over Ballarat the weather was fine ibut we encountered more rain near ing Melbourne. However it was not raining when we landed at two ten Altogether our day's trip has been anything but pleasant. Extreme cold, and strong wind ?siving pilot Ander gon a hard d;ay. We were enthusiast je ally received in Melbourne and to night we are attending a public din ,ner at which the Federal Govern ment will be 're}3resonted. We leave for Sydney tomorrow and expect to .arrive at two o'clock.
GN 131/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 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 lie 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 haifoaurs any Aboriginal or Half-caste 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 Aborig...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
Commonwealth of Australia Federal, North and Central Australian Income Tax. For Twelve Months ended 30th June, 1927. a11 persons receiving £200 gross income including keep allowed by employers must lodge returns on or before gWAugust 31 st, 1 927.^P| Penalty for Neglect £100. Forms obtainable at all Post Offices, Police Stations and Banks. A. G. WALL, Deputy Commissioner of Taxation. £50 REWARD will .be paid for in- formation that will lead to the con- viction of any person killing or steal- ing stock owned by me. All orders given by me to any person to in any way interfere with my cattle are hereby cancelled. Any person caught mustering on Goodparla Station run without giving legal notice will be prosecuted. G. B. COOKE. NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties cwned by Yet Loong /.re warned that le^al pro .eedings will be taken against offenders. Notice is also given that the lane between the Darwin Cafe and the Chinese School leading to the rear of shops in Cavanagh St...
DANGEROUS CONDITIONS FORCE RETURN TO MELBOURNE Melbourne Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
DANGEROUS CONDITIONS FORCE RETURN TO MELBOURNE Melbourne Thursday We left Melbourne at seven i'fty five and bacj a strong head windi av eraging thirty to thirtyfive miles per hour. When about twenty miles out of Mellboune we encountered heavy storm clouds. The wind increased iri force and we were makins: very little headway. We climbedl to len thousand feet but cou,l|d*not get over these cloud banks. The wind increas ed and we coulld not push on. Dropp ed again to within one t'ho.usandi feet of the railway line but; visibility was scarcely half a mile. Conditions were getting worse and the storm was closing in on us. After a bad knock ing about we were forced to return to Essendon Aerodrome for safety. The mail1 service which left Mel 'bourne a quarter of an hour ahead of us was also forced to return. Lieut. F. H. Briggs who pilots the air mail' machine, stated that condit ions were dangerous and the worst he had encountered for gome time We cannot attempt to make for Syd ney now un...
SOVIET WOOL BUYING DELEGATES ARRIVE Fremantle Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
SOVIET WOOL BUYING DELEGATES ARRIVE Fremantle Thursday Cable messages have mentioned, the probable despatch from Russia of a Russian Woolbuying delegation to Australia. The first delegate reached! Fremantle on the.R. >I. S Moolltan on Tuesday. Through an interpreter Piatigorsky said he was bound for Sydney as a wool buyer and would, represent the Textile Import Company Limited of Moscow of which Le is the Vice Pregidert His firm had branches in London New York and the chief cities oi Eiurope. An engineer of the firm ar rived in Australia four months ago Other representatives are following In former years the firm had diojie most of its woolbuying at Bradford
DUELLING IN EARNEST Split Skull for One—Arms Gone for Other Budapest Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
DUELLING IN EARNEST SpÜt Skull for One-Arms Gone for Other Budapest Thursday An amazing duel the outcome of a quarrel' has been fought between Capt. Corja of the Hungarian Army and. M. Kittenbergor, noted lion and big game hunter.- The combatants chose heavy cavalry sabres as wea pons. In the third round Kitten berger* recoivad a cut on the head which split his skull. Corja thinking hig adversary disabled, dropped his guard upon which Kittenbergcr summoning all his lumaining strength made two desperate cuts at the Capt. so injuring his arms that both h?iid to be amputated. Kittenberge" te not expected to recover. Dr Haworth, dentist, writes from Katherine that professional duties are lik?ty to detain him there for some tirre, but he .will give due no tice to the public of his return to Darwin. The r- embers of the North Aus tralia C- mmission qre expected to arrive .'.' Drrvvin by tonigh't train. AU Jimences to en&lt;ploy aboriginals expired on June 30, and must now be ree w...
GN 149/27 IN THE SUPREMK COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
GN 149/27 IN THE bUPUEMK COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. In the matter of the estates of the undermentioned deceased persons: Name. Late of Occupation Claim to be lodged . on or before ERNEST BUTCHER JAMES MACANSH JOHN WILLIAMS HARRY ILIFFE WILLIAM RYAN Rankine .Uiver Tanumbirini Station Pine Creek Darwin Darwin Stockman Pensioner Laborer Engine-driver Pensioner JOHN JOSEPH LYONS Borroloola Mounted Constable 17th August, 192r&lt; 17 th August, 1927 30th June, 1927 22nd July, 1927. 22nd July, 1927. 22nd! Septem- ber 1927. WHEREAS I, the Public Trustee for the Northern Territory have been duly authorised to administer the above-mentioned estates, Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 22 of the Trustee Act, 1893, thnt all creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having claims against any of these estates are required to send in, in writing, to me at my office, Darwin, full particulars and proof of any such claim on or before the date shown above against the name...
GN 152,27 Stock and Brands Department Brand Registered For Half Year Ending June, 30th, 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
GN 152,27 Stock and Brands Department Brand^Jtegjstered For Half Year Ending June, 30th, 1927 Br.aqd No. of Certifícale NAME Run or Holding Postal' Address c/o M B Wilson Kirkimbie, Burrundie, Daly JR. Mistake'Ck, Kirkimbie, Tanami, G L. 300, Tanami Timber Creek Victoria R. Dep. "Victoria River Victoria River » », via Darwin Brocks Creek Pine Creek Wave Hill Ord River R ALT 581 Ruby Maud Rouey, Kurrajong Katherine TNJ, 532 Jotín Nicol Tyers Part, Block 74 Arltunga G T B 533 Alfred Burke Cant Springdale Hld via Burketown B T E 534. Frederick Edgar Bahrr Katherine T H¡S, 535, Harris, Turner, & Spencer Stirling Station Barrow Creek T J W 586 James Wilkinson Daly River via»Stapleton Q J T 537 Jack Spratb c/o J Kennedy Elkedra via Nestle W,ts¡ Q O T 538 Reuben Thos. Norris Robinson River via Borroloola, M T G 639 George Hunt Victoria R Dwn via Katherine X T, 0 540, Robert David McDill Andado Station " Charit Wtrs Sheep Brands J N 31 John Nicol Tyers Past. Block -74 Arltunga Brand...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
U.Z. Perpetual Forests, (Limited.) Share Capi'al-£2ñO.0CO Bonded Capitol exceod*- £3.000,000 Shares are now available to th&lt;= general public, in bonds of £25 each: on easy terms as follows: 5 per cent on application. 5 per cent, in one month. 10/- per bond per month thereaft« For illustrated booklet showing 1} progress ct building un a great na- tional asset by the Company, ant. a^o other particulars. PAflWIN AGENT.-J. A. PORTER Australian Cafe MEA.L HOURS for pormanei.t boaiders Bifdki.is^ Trum H.SOa.m. lo 9 K..m. launch, 12 neon to 2 p.m. Dinner, 5 to 8 p.m. You g»t satisfaction wlien you dine at the Australian Cafe, because we aim at giving " satisfaction, ami our cook is a most; skilful . artist chef. GEE F0NÛ NAM Proprietor Shing Lep & Co Tailors & Outfitters Photographer-;, Artittic En- largements, L,oe:¡l postcrds. Films or plates developedand printed for amateurs. All work executed by return post. Cavanagh Street, Darwin NeX' door Australian C-ifo....