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REVISED BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER London Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
REVISED BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER London Friday xne unurch Assembly of the Nat ional Assembly of the Church of Eng land which was established in 1920 "To deliberate on all matters con cerning the Church of England and to make provision in repect thereof," hag by a vote aggregating 517 against 134 accepted a revised Book of Com mon Prayer. The new book will next go to the House of Commons and then it will: be. considered, by a joint Ecclesiastical Committee of both Houses in convocation. Finally it will be taken before the Lower and Upper Houses in convocation as a Bill. i
EDISON LATE ON HIS JOB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
EDISON LATE ON HIS JOB Thoîmas A Edison was líate on the job on February 12 for ihe firjt time in 'lis life. He arrived tmo Whole precious hour andi five minu.tr. behind schedule at hislaboratory at Wogt Orange (U S A)., as a result .of his strenuous celebration of his SOth birthday the day before. He had gone to bed much later than /usu,al| and arrived at his workshop at five minuter ppst 9 o'clock.- pis regular time is 8 o'clock.
TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION V At the Police Court, on Wednes day, Mrs Jessie Sinclair Litchfield appeared! in supp'ort of her informa taon alleging .hat Robert Marchant was ineligible for election and ask ing that the seat be declared vacant Mr Barratt appeared for Couti cillor Marchant. Mrs Litchfield conducted her rwn case. The case was adjourned till ¥on day next, the appellant to supply respondent in the meantime *vith particulars, of the grounds on which the information, is laid.
SHOCKING ALLEGATIONS FROM TOWNSVILLE PROTEST AGAINST KIDNAPPING CHINESE COOLIES REPORTS SICK MAN THROWN OVERBOARD Townsville Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
SHOCKING ALLEGATIONS FROM TOWNSVILLE PROTEST AGAINST KIDNAPPING CHINESE COOLIES REPORTS SICK MAN THROWN OVERBOARD Townsville Friday Shocking allegations were made at a mass meeting hekl on the wharf on Thursday in a protest against a consignment by a steamer now in Townsville jf 480 indentured. Annam ese to the New Hebrides Silver Lead Mines. Speakers allege that a sick man had been thrown overboard alive a couple of id ays 'before Towns ville w,as reached and that all, the coolies were shanghaied from the French Concession after smoking drugged cigarettes. It was resollvedi to gend the foi lowing message to the French Con s,ul: "State Government and all other competent persons and author itieg at this mass meeting of work ers and citizens of Townsville pro test against kidnapping of 430 Chin ese workers on iboard a ghip without wireless or a doctor." A message alleging the browning of the sick man, which wag written, in Chinese, was smuggled ashore in to the hands of a member ol th...
Psendo Tobacco Made in Germany [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
Psendo Tobacco Made in Germany According to an xcount in "The Week's Sine«/' published in,-Ni,"» Yor-k City, Gei*many has discove *wl a substitute for tobacco. ' "Sheets of specially prepared pa per are impregnated with licottae, stained to the proper dath. brown colour with dyes and perfum.?^ with chemicalR so that they ha'.« tht pro per tobacco odour, both. bef.#iO bur« ing and when alight. Nicotine the powerful oily drug which Is the ac tive principle of touacco, was made synthetically some yea* s -*S' by German chemsts so that tigere w-mld be no difficulty about obtaining ihis drug for impregnation purposes even without .using any tooae'ro at all. What oils or other, chemicals are used to impart the ueosssary od ours is not stated in thfi account. While the making of an attificial tobacco in this manner appears to De entirely possible and probably cheaper than growing and cuiinR the natural leaf., it may be considered doubtful whether smokes even in Germany, will1 accept the sub...
TIDES FOR JULY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
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Northern Territory Times FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1927 THE MENACE OF AUSTRALIA'S EMPTY SPACES BRITISH UNEMPLOYMEST AND EMPIRE SETTLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
¡Hortera Eferriíoní ¡Sitms FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1927 THE MENACE OF AUSTRALIA'S EMPTY SPACES . -o BRITISH UNEMPLOYMEST AND «EMPIRE SETTLEMENT In a recent issue of the Royal Col onial Institute Journal! is a report of an address .delivered in England by Commissioner D . C Lamb of the Salvation Army >m .the subject of Unemployment in Great Britain and Empire' Settlement, The population question he called a worlid problem, and everywhere it was troubling the nations of the earth. General Booth had toidi him that it was one of the most pressing questions in Japan, and the speaker thought it was at the back of the lUnrest in Italy. Prior to 1914 the overflow from Italy was roughly 200,000 a year-largely to the United Stateg. Then it stopped entirely and he present restricted figure was given as round about 40,000. All the time the population of Italy was in creasing and Germany like Italy was face to face with this problem, buit the population of France remained stationary. In Great Britain...
DARWIN HOSPITAL H M A S. GERANIUM CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
DARWIN HOSPITAL HMAS. GERANIUM CONCERT On August 10th '.&lt;f last year the" ship's company, by the courtesy of Commander H. E. Bennett held a concert in the Town Halï. The function was most successful in every way and¡ r';£Íized the sum of £35/14/4. ? At the request of . Commander Bennett the Chief Medical Officer (Dr Leighton Jones) and the Matron (Miss E F Lang) accepted the amount in trust for expenditure in providing amusement or recreation for the in mates oí the Hospital. As alll purchases which are greatly appreciated by the ifmates have now been made and the accounts closed a statement of receipts and expendit ure certified* by the Commonwealth Auditor is here,unde»* set out. Statement of Receipts and Expend iture of donations for providing amusement and recreation for nmates RECEIPTS.-Proceeds of concert on 10/8/26 by Ship's company H.M. A.S. "Geranium" £S5/14/4, Donat ion from. Mr M Ingram 10/0, Donat ion from Matron Lang 15/9. EXPENDITURE-Purchase of Piano £20, P...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
Burns, Philp, Line of Steam ers THE FINE "Marella," FROM SINGAPORE ABOUT AUGUST 13 NEW STEAMSHIPS " Malabar»/ FOR SINGAPORE ABOUT JULY 14 Trading Regularly between SYDNEY and SINGAPORE and calling t PORT DARWIN each way Fitted up Luxuurasly with all the Latest up-to-date Convouiences for he i^omtort of Passengers, Hona-fide Shippers or intending Passengers can obtain all information by applyiugto the Agents J A. E JOLLY & CO., T . , XT 10 . Bennett and Smith ¡Stiffs, Dai win. lelephone, No. l8. WEST AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT MAIL STATE STEAMERS s. s. Koolinda LEAVES FREMANTLE JULY 28 ARRIVES DARWIN AUGUST 10 jengert, mi es and freights are the lowest ¿n. the coast. The cuisine is of the highest standard. On no account will Tickets be issued on board the Steamer. A. E. JOLLY & CO., Agents. o DDODnnD^nnDnnaonDDag § Car for Hire ¡ g Jim Young. Propt. g ö - D n Repairs .Well Done, g ? Ford Spares Stocked S D - ° a Phone 145. g ?aDDDDDDDDDDOaDDDDDQ? Felix Spain. Hairdresser, ...
CRICKET Palmerston v Wanderers [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
CRICKET Palmerston v Wanderers The following players have been selected to represent i earns at the match on the Oval on Saturday. All players, are requested to he on the ground by 2 p.m. sharp to select cap- tain and rico-cn¡v-»in. Palmerston:-Olsen, Leak, Lampe, Giles, Michell, Redfern, Moyas, Tootil, Jacobs, Gow, Thomas. Wanderers:-Pott, McMillan, Brown Parer, Plypn, Morris, Wallace, Don, Graham, Matthews, Ceutauche Kmergeucies:-D McGilvray, A Sawtell.
G.N. 133/27. BIRDS PROTECTION ORDINANCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
G.N. 133/27. BIRDS PROTECTION ORDINANCE ATTENTION is drawn to Section 9 (1) of the Birds Protection Ordin ance Ï913-2G which reads as under: "Any person who (a) Kills, wounds, destroys, catchfts , or takes; or (to) Has in his possession cr con- trol; or (c) Sells or offers for sale an> protected bird shall be Ruiïty of an offence. Penalty: Twenty-five Pounds". C. PRICE CÛNIGRAVE, Inspector of Birdc Darwin, 1st. June 1027.
G.N. 62/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
G.N. 62/27 As from 3] st 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 1919 (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 thin. Friday of every month. Employers of Aboriginal labour are required to facilitate the above mentioned attendances oy all reason ab'e means in their ocwer as pro- vided ¡by the Aboriginal Ordinance 1918-1925. CECIL COOK, Chief Protector of Aboriginals.