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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
4 for Id '.CM'>ÉWJN.G'ís'WE£t Here Is Good Teeth Insias-araee! *t cleanses the mouth, removes fc©d particles between the teeth and combats acid conditions. Altear Every Meaî AC17 HORSE RUGS AH lengths same price Heavy Jute 17/-. Best Navy Canvas 24/-. Heavy Khaki 37/6. COLEMAN LAMPS AND LANT- ERNS.-300 candle power, now oni pletely insect proof.-both 65/ GALVANISED IRON.-Best qual- ity British Crown 26g. £27/15/- or ii booked month ahead £26/15/- ton. POWER KEROSENE.-Venus 12/e. per case. LINSEED OIL.-Australian 4 gai. tins Raw 4/9, and Boiled 4/11 per gallon. B & S imported in 5 gal., drums, 6d. per gallon extra. WHITELEAD.-Champjçns, Gen uine 18/- per 28 lb keg. Australian Special 14/- per 281|b keg. PAINTS.-15/6 and 21/- per gallon Write for co'Jour cards. Now is í'r season to paint. ROOM HEATERS.-Kerosene from 30/- each. WIRE NETTING-2 x 19" in 50 yard rolls. 24" 8/6, 30" 11/6, 48" 15/b 60" 19/6, 72" 23/-, alii less 10 per cent. THIS MONTH FOR CASH WITH ORDER-we offer...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
din 1 r&lt;% DON PICTURES TflMlTl lill f H ír\l -iii» H BUS raw 4 PATHE GAZETTE Star RIN-TIN-TIN in WHERE THE NORTH BEGINS CHARLES CHAPLIN in THE IDLE CLASS jj ti n nui Saturday P-.fght ai m Stenog. "I want one of those strong silent men, full of grit." Bookkeeper : "What you want is a deaf and dumb eastman." -(j Lady (to small boy accompanied .by two dogs) : "Have you licenses on both dogs ?" Little Boy : "No. The big one's all right, but the little one's just full of them."- Vassar Vagabond.
THE WERRY ENGINE AUSTRALIAN'S INVENTION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 8 July 1927
THE WERRY ENGINE AUSTRALIAN'S INVENTION A few privileged persons witness ed in England a private demonstra tion of what experts describe as a remarkable motor cycle engine. It has one cylinder, is double shafted and has two pistons. It was design ed by the Australian engineer, Mr Werry. Though The engine is rated nominally as of 2 1/2 horse power it is claimed that it develops 12 horse power. In a bench test it did four teen thousand revolutions a minute with a roar like an aeroplane. The engine was virtually without vibra tion though it was not even fastened down. It is predicted that the eng ine which will be on the market with in a few months wil on the road dev elop four times the power of an ord inary similarly powered motor eng ine at hallf tihe running cost. Mr Werry is applying the principle to a six cylinder aeroplane engine and the Air Ministry is showing keen inter est in the experiment.
DON CINEMA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
DON CINEMA "The Hurricane Kid" is tho title of the six part picture to bo screened at the Don Stadium to right. Feat wring the biggest western star on the screen -Hoot Gibbon, supportedi by Marion Nixon, William Steele, Harry Todd, Arthur Mackley, Fred Humes and Violet La Piarte. "The Hurri cane Kid", An entirely different kind of out door «drama-all the thrills of human "crinn pins the capture and taming of the most .Sc.utiful golden mare you bave over seen. Wild a 3'a hawk, ar> untamr,d beauty, but he masterpd her-not a girl, a beauti ful £oi^cn mare. Dcn't miss Hoot in 1bft nv'f'pst rjVo be ever made. Como'v "Lots of Nerve", starring E^r-a Marion, and the "Aus'ralien Gazette". Reserve seats at Aidams & Fo-jtcr. Constantinople-Mustapha Kemal Why not have o Ford ?
TOWN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
TOWN COUNCIL The adjourned meeting of the Dar win Town Council was held, on Fri day last. Present Mayor D C Watts, Cr Brown and. Cr Brogan. The matter of an assessor came up for discussion and Mr John Parer was appointed. The mayor said he thought the proposed fee of two guineas was a very reasonable one, and1 a motion to pay this was carried. A plan was forwarded from the Health Department having been re ceived before submission to 1he Council.. Cr Brown referred to the larry ' . " of a. motion by the Council to put in a crosging over the foopath into tne Town Hall yard. As the Council owned the next block he proposed that the crossing should be made sufficiently oroad, to secure entry to" the next block. The motion was sec ond.e»d .by Cr Brogan a,nd carried!.
NORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION RETURNS FROM INSPECTION TOUR HEARING THE BEGINNING OF DEVELOPMENT POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
NORTH AUSTRALIA COMMISSION RETURNS FROM INSPECTION TOUR HEARING THE BEGINNING OF DEVELOPMENT POLICY The return of the members of the Northr Australia Commission after their long tour of inspection bringa North Australia a stage nearer to the consummation devoutly to b> wished-a -definite policy of con strwcive progress based on practical acquaintance with problems. Interviewed! by our representa« ive yesterday the Comimissian agreed in their yiew that the tour has provided them with valuable d^ta for a report and recommendation to the Minister which if carried! into effect will, replace the long existing policy of floundering expediency by a programme of intelligent «develop ment. While around the Alice Springs district they found the country very (7rv. Thr-y would like to emphasise the fact that the North Australian Deport myth of Malth,usia,n Ecoion cuiisits is exploded and that there is -. ery iU'" of !be country which can not bo utilised. i;i one or other of the' forms of wea...
INDENTURED LABOUR PROHIB ITED BY CHINA Melbourne Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
INDENTURED LABOUR PROHIB ITED BY CHINA Melbourne Monday The .Chinese Consul General; at Melbourne has asked the Federal Government to hold an enquiry into the shipload of Chinese aboard, the Haimaru. He has also cabled the Cantonese Government asking that an enquiry be instituid there. If it is proved that the coolies are indent ured labourers it willi be a very serious matter. The Consul says the Chinese Authorities do not allow their subjects' to leave China under an indentured labour system.
DEATH OF DANIEL BARNETT THE PASSING OF A LOCAL PION EER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
DEATH OF DANIEL BARNETT THE PASSING OF A LOCAL PION EER The death on Monday morning or Daniel Barnett at tne age of 65 takes from us one of the most ie spected pioneers in construction of the railway line from Palmerston to Pine Creek. ; Deceased had been ailing for some time and his demise was not i>nex pected. He leaved a widow, four daughters and three, sons. The funeral ceremony took place at 4.30 pm on Monday and was per formed, by Father Henschke. A native of New Zealand, deceased arrived in North Australia over '10 years ago, and wai in Ibu service oi the railway department up to the time of his death, being at one time" a main lune driver on the îaiiway, he helped to construct. The Loco &lt;mcps were closed for *he day as a mark of respsct for a frith fu', servant and some of his relatives and many of his friends were present at the grave side to witness the perú' i m ance of the last rites. Following is a li^t of some of those who sent floral tokens of their rega...
INQUIRY INTO ALLEGATIONS AT TOWNSVILLE NOT SUPPORTED BY EVIDENCE Townsville Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
INQUIRY INTO ALLEGATIONS AT TOWNSVILLE NOT SUPPORTED BY EVIDENCE* Townsville Monday The Sub Collector of Costoms, Mr Lovegrovc held an enquiry on Satur day in connection with the steamer Haiimamr, which is on its way to the New Hebrides with a number ot Chinese coolies. The captain of the .vessel brought along six men who appeared to be members of the crew one being an enginetman. The local chinese objected; to these, so a launch was sent out to lko Ba¡y and; brought five other 'members of the party who were not recognised aa representatives of the coolies by their local compatriots. One of the local Chinese stated that the new wit nesscs admitted they came from amidships, and consequently he be ljLeve)a they were heaids or foreman an,d not coolies at all. After officiai proceedings it was learned, that the five witnesses produced on the second occasion were duljy examined and ask ed whether the witnesses were re cruited from the men. Mr Love grove said that one man was a guard but ...
A START IN LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
A START IN LIFE It should be eve 17 man's aim to give his boys uivl gills 0 decent start in life. Th? surest and; safest way is by means of bonds in the New Zealand Perpetual Forets. 30s. deposit and then easy paymenis ex tended over V-2 years, (total pay ments of £25) will secure 1 bond, which is equal to an insurance policy of £500. That small boy will ne J,*a start in. life when he attains his majority. A capital of £500 may make all the difference betv een success and failure. (Write to J. A. Pointer, local agent who Mill furnish all particulars.) The auxiliary ketch Pat left for Victoria River, with supplies, on
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES m.v. MALABAR. From Southern Ports [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES m.v. MALABAR. From Southern Ports Consignees are hereby notified tha, all cargo ex m.v. Malabar will be de- livered by the vessel at the Railway Wharf Darwin. The Ship's responsibility ends when the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tackte and delivery so far as the ship is concerned will De deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. All Bills of Lading must .' ? pro- duced and surrendered at t' o office of the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob- tained, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised unless \aIccí> WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date of the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., AGENTS.
AMERICAN AVIATOR GOES HOME BY STEAMER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
AMERICAN AVIATOR GOES HOME BY STEAMER The American aviator, Chamberlain and Levine arrived at Croydon Aero idome aboard &lt;hc Columbia in wivch they flew from America to Germany. Chamberlain will go home by steamer but Levine will return to Paris with the .Columbia in which ho has decided to fly to New York piloted, by the French airman Drouhin who was hotly critictlgecl in Franco for not taking a French machine Chamberlin .aetelined to> fly back because he thinks the return flight impossible.
AUSTRALIA'S RESPONSIBILITY IN PACIFIC REV J W. BURTON, M A AT DARWIN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
AUSTRALIA'S RESPONSIBILITY IN PACIFIC REV J W. BURTON, M A AT DARWIN An opportunity of hearing a fine platform speaker drew a large audi ence to the Methodist Church on Tuesday evening.last, when the Rev. J. W. Burton, M.A General Secre tary of the Australian Board of Mis sions gave an addiress on "Austra lia's Responsibility in the Pacific." The Government Resident (Colonel Weddeil) presided and briefly inlro duced the Revd. Mr Burton. For a large rmmber of years Mr Burton in that important position h.us ti.ivelled the Pacific area far and wide and has a wonderfully ii laminating amount of information to impart about the \arious groups of islands situated in the. Pacific Ocean and countries along the Pacific lit toral1. In his open'ng remarks Mr Burton spoke pretty fuilly as to the wncder fj'.T! woik done by the Germans in col onising what is now the Mandatel Terri to-y of New Guinea. He point ed out that whPsL it had been the vogue to attack everything German he ibcuev-U that the ...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
Face and Shoulders. Cuijcura Healed. " I suffered with pimples and black- heads on my face and shoulders. First the blackheads came and form- ed into pimples which were very itchy and caused me to scratch them. This caused eruptions which disfig- ured my face. "After suffering about eighteen months I sent for a free sample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment which gave me great relief, so I bou,ght more and after two months I was complete- ly healed." (Signed) R. Hayward, Mooramong, Via Beaufort, Vic. Cuticura' Soap, Ointment and Tal- cum are all you need for every-day toilet and nursery purposes«. Soap Is., Talcum ls.3d" Omtmemt Is. and 2b. For simple Soap and Ointment ad &'"F5i. £'ToM'n» tf-Co«Sydney,N.S.W." 3_f.V Cuticura Shaving Stick Is. 6d. Of all the whiskies which Scotlaad produces, few are as good, and none are better, than Young's "Mountain Dew." Distilling and age are the reasons--the result you should learn by trial Parer's Hotels, Darwin. The Easter A LONG FELT WANT A...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
Mr T O'íühe of the Katherine and awl flim« ol his popular dan&lt;di,'ors, wen- vi«« tors in town duri mr 'he week end. M' O.She/i say business is s'ill verv'hri-k nt ilv Katherine.! Mr A A Ward, of P .wells Crook, arrived in -own on Friday and received a warm welcome from his m-iny Dar- win friends, I f| BP b .- I raj ¿vi- w rf. i m m ÍÜESDAY WIGHT AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE -o Star HOOT GIBSON in THE HURRICANE BUD EDNA MARION LOTS OF NERVE a- M m- M *>' n o H K3 #3 DON CINEMA i í'^ .. rf. y %? ed fe ti &# tí
DARWIN KUO MIN TANG'S WEL COME TO PRINCE OF SIAM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
DARWIN KUO MIN TANG'S Wt-, COME TO PRINCE OF SIAM Tlie visit of a Royal Prince from Siam was noted by our local Chinese commiunity. An address of welcome was presented on behalf of the Na ionalist Government of (.nina by a committee from the Darwin ->rar,ch of the Nationalist party (Kuo Min Tang). The committee is of interest as two ladies were co opted to repre sent the New China. It is probable that this is the first instance in which Chinese ladies have officially participated in an Australian public function. The committee consisted of Mr D Sang Chairman) Mr Chin Hee Hong (Secretary) Mr Gee Mi*^ Ket Madame Willy Lee and Miss Selina Yuen. The address was read by Mr Chin who is preceptor in Classics at the local Chinese school. The oriental frocking of the ladies gave a piquant splash of colour to the ceremony. The Preamble " In the 16th year of the Chinese Republic the 7th moon, and the 71 h diay thereof. The illustrious Prince of the friend ly nation of- Siam is travelhn« .th...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
Commonwealth of Australia Federal, North and Central Australian Income Tax. Foi- Twelve Months ended 30th June, 1927. All persons receiving «£200 gross income including keep allowed by employers must lodge returns on or before ¡ATAugust 31 st., 1927.-VI 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. R. COOKE NOTICE PERSONS depositing rubbish on any properties owned by Yet Loong /re warned th;u le«al pro .oedings will be taken against oitenders. Notice is also given (.hat the lane between the Darwin Cafe and the Chinese School leading to the rear of shops in Cavan.!gh ...