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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
&ÖK Is a b wearing ]>u you rise lame and síifl ? Drag through the day with your back a dull, unceasing ache ? Evening find you " all played out? " Weak kidneys cause such trouhles and one is likely to have dizzy headaches, too, and kid- ney irregularities. Don't risk neglect ! Help your kidneys with a tested diiuetic. Use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. People all over Australia recommend Doan's. Ask your neighbour ! J A PERTH CASE. Mr. W. Garrett, Mt. Lawley Tea Rooms, 647 Beaufort street, North Perth, says : " Some years ago I was suddenly seized with sharp, shooting pains across the small of my hack. It was the beginning of terrible suffering for me but one day I hoaid someone praising Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and the thought occurred to mo to try them. I got gome at «.me, and in a few days began to feel bettei. As I continued M-ing fho Pills the improvement was maintained, live bottles driving the pain out of my back and restoring me to perfect health. I shall ...
A LADY'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
A LADY'S LETTER Dear Cousin, As promised I am writing to let you know oí the arrangements that are toeing made for the Fancy Dress Ball] to he held in the Town Hall thijs week. I do wish that more oí our Country Friends (who are so generous to us) could be present on this ocassion. Mesdames Weddel and Horsburgh with Dr Jones are judging the eos tuwes as so many excellent charac ters are impersonated at this ball. Their task will be rather difficult but I am sure the Public will! have every confidence in their decision. With so many new arrivals in the town 1 think this affair on Thursday will eclipse all previous dances. But I am 'hoping to he able to give you definite news next week. We all have great faith in our local girls and boys, ai7,d their up to datenesg is proverbial. I once heard an eminent Judge say that o,ur young people more than compare favourably with the South ern youths, so I hope they will look well to their laurels. I believe the music will be in the capable hand...
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ROYAL COMMISSION ON CONSTITUTION MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ROYAL CORfílWfSSlOW Ofcí CONSTäTUTBON MELBOURNE, Monday. The Prime Minister Mr S M Bruqe has announced that the Föderal Gov ernment have decided to appoint a Royal, Commission for the purpose of enquiring into the constitutional powers of the Commonwealth and the working of the Constitution since Federation, with particular refer ence to certain subjects which are of admitted importance and to other subjects which will probably create but little difference of opinion. The proposed terms of reference were, to make inquiry into and rep.»rt upon the powers of the Commonwealth under the Constitution since Feder a'tion. To recommend constitutional changes considered desirable and in particular. To examine and report upon the following subjects from a constitut ional point of view Aviation, Com pany Law, Health, Industrial Powers Interstate Commission, Judicial Pow cr, Navigation Law, New States Tax ation Trade and Commerce. The government expects to announce, the perso...
Melbourne Ladies Pleasure Trip To Darwin [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
Melbourne Ladies Pleasure Trip To Darwin Mif-s Howell and Miss Roben ton, two young Melbourne Jadié? to the honor of their fnontis, recently con- ceived thtJ idea of a motor Quiliping i our to North Australia aud hack. VVben i met viewed hy our. represan tative (hey .«puke in «lowing terms of the hospitality witjh which they wore received en toute to Darwin. Pre- pared to encourrer a certain nraouut of hardship, compared to the soft downy existence of 'heir muire oi'y, they found that bayond a few bad patches of road, their trail was one of vigorous healthy open air life and pleasant experience. Any girl could bare done what we have done, I h ey said, prov.ded she can drive a bit, and is not afraid of the experiences incidental to a motor jon i ney through large stretcher of totally undeveloped country, with a road which require«) a certain arnon nt of careful driving The dangers with which their imaginative friends threatened them, they found did not exist. The happi- ness and welf...
Church Mission Society [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
Ghnrch Mission Society The General Secretary of the above Society, the Rev, J, W. Ferrier cam« to Darwin from the Headquaiters office in Sydney hy the "Makbat" ¡n May, The Bishop of Carpentaria travelled in the same ship from Thursday Island. Mr Ferrier preached the sermon al t.he ordination of the Rev. A. J. Dyer ob May 22. The C, M. S. has not teen satisfied wi'h the arrangements for the transport of food supplies to the Missionaires, and this is one of the chief reasons of the visit of their Secreiary. In this con- nection we have been asked to state that Messrs Jolly & CJo. have unw been appointed agents for the Society und will transact any husiness on it's behalf. After spending a week in Darwin, Mr Ferrier went ta Oenpelli, with Mr Dyer, travelleng overland from Brock's Creek. This journey took seven days and Mr Ferrier was able to spend a week at Oenpelli see- ing the work at first hand. He will thus be in a position to advise his Committee on matters that may arise ...
LAWYER ARRESTED ON THEFT CHARGE Perth Monday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
LAWYER ARRESTED ON THEFT CHARGE Perth Monday A sequel to his recent sensational examination in bankruptcy was the arrest of Percy Stone, solicitor, on a charge of having between April 1, 1924 and December 1, 1926, stolen £500 the property of Albert Owen Speiight. Stone is a son, of the one time Chief Justice of Western Australia the late Sir Edward Stone, and has for years been prominent in Perth &nbsp; legal and social circles.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
-i£jL._ JOLLY & CO. ("establish ed 1883.) -ci cO* r General Merchants and Importers. I * *-*.-» jfc. A UkA^h A rf *. A *. fcA *.^v* ^^^.^ kA4A*A*AA*AA&A*A*( Customs, Shipping, Insurance, Station, and General Commission Agents Smith and Bennett 'XivvTSj rp vorHezïinaiEStsOEammiiKmuwuuinnssamB^^ A m EL DARWIN First class residential hotel, equipped with all modern oomfoits and conveniences. Kcorny and well ventilated dining room under personal supervision of the proprietress. Mrs Gordon, late of Pine Cieek, wishes to announce that she has taken over the Victoria Hotel, Darwin, where she will give visitors and the public generally ihe very best attention. Only the best brands ol' everything kept in stock. Bernd mid Kesidenoij uphtuns£3 b\s pei week. Down Man* [£2 10s rer / ; . J i 5 2 per week, casual meals 2-> 6d, t oils 2s 6d ZMZIR,S. C3-OK/IDOIsr5 Proprietress THE ROAD TO FORTUNE. -o is before you, no behind you-push on. Believe in the good Road around the Corner-...
General [?] BONDS PLANE REACHES SYDNEY FLEW THROUGH SNOW STORM ACCORDED GREAT WELCOME Sydney, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 12 July 1927
BONDS PLANE REACHES SYDNEY FLEW THROUGH SNOW STORM ACCORDED GREAT WELCOME Sydney, Saturday We took the air from Melbourne at eight five a.m. The weather wag fine: although dull, A strong heading madle flying slow and we encounter ed several storms.. Passing over the ranges after crossing the border,, we ran into a hail storm and as visibili ty became extremely bad we climbed to 8,000 feet but flying was difficult. The weather became worse as we lieft Hay, and we were forced! to land in a paddock ten miles outside ol' Goulburn. We were delayed here for an hour and madie for Sydney again at two thirty. The wind was still against us, travelling at about forty five milos an hour, and over Mossvale we flew through a snow storm. Conditions were extremely bad and had we not promised defin itely to reach Sydney today we would have discontinued. However, we made Mascot Aerodrome by four" forty. A great welcome was accord ed us by the Aero Club, the 'State Government and various commercial1 i...
GN 152,27 Stock and Brands Department Brands Registered For Half Year Ending June 30th, 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
GN 152,27 Stock and Brands Department Brands Registered For Half Year Ending June 30th, 1927 JSo. ot Brand Certificáis R M T 531 T N J 532 GTB 533 B T E 534 T li S ñ35 T J W 536 Q J T 537 Q 0 T 538 M T G 539 X T 0 540 N A M E Ruby Maud Roney, John Nicol lyers Alfred Burke Cant Frederick Erimar Bahn Harris, Turner, & Run or Holding Portal Address Kurrajong Katherine Part. Block 74 Arltunga Springdale Hld via Burketown Katherine bpencer Janies Wilkinson J N Stirling Station Barrow Creek Daly River via Stap'eton Jack Sprat!, c/o J Kennedy Elkedra via Nestle Wts Reuben Thos Norris Robinson River via Borroloola George llu.it Victoria It Dwn via Katherine Robert David MoDill Andado Station " Chai It Wtrs Sheep Brands 3L John Nicil Tyers Past. Block 74 Artunga Brands Transferred for Half Year ending June 30th, 1927 E D T T 117 D D T 118 QTB T 119. OTU T 120 K K T T 121 T X B T 122 W TA 4fe 123 Brands ( A A T 185 J R T - F T K 67 Z fi T 373 Q T li - C A T IG T M 0 44a B A T - Y ï B ...
GN 145/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT TENDERS FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY INLAND MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
GN 145/27 COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DE- PARTMENT TENDERS FOR NORTHERN TERRITORY INLAND MAILS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed at the Post Office, Darwin, North- ern Territory, until 6 p.m. Friday 12th August 1927 for the conveyance of mails to and from the undermen- tioned places, for one, two, or three years commencing from the 1st day ol' January 1928. N.T.2. Katherine and Victoria -ii au Depot, via Willeroo, Delambre, Victoria River Downs, Pigeon Hole Wave HilH Pigeon Hole, and Vic- toria River Downs, returning via: Willeroo Once every six weeks. N.T.3. Mataranka and Borroloola, via Elsey Station, Rogers Home- stead Roper Valley, Roper Rivei Police Station, Hodgson Downs. Nutwood Downs, Tanumbirini Station, Bauhinia I «owns. " ce every six weeks. Tenderers ai-e to state price pel year, for one, two, or three years. The usual) conditions of contract a.iu Tender will apply copies of whfch, and the printed copies of form ox Tenders, can be obtained at all Post ...
GN 160/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
GN 160/27 IN THE SUPREME COURT TESTAMENTARY CAUSES JURISDICTION. In the matter of the estates ol' the undermentioned deceased persons* Name. Late of Occupation ERNEST BUTCHER JAMES MACANSH HARRY ILIFFE WILLIAM RYAN JOHN JOSEPH LYONS Claim to be lodged on or ibeiore Rankine .'Jivei Tanumbirini Station Darwin Dcuwin Borro'oola Stockman Pensioner 17th August, 192r/ 17th August, 1927 WALTER SMEERNOFF Kath« line Engine-driver 22nd July, 1927. Pensioner 22nd July, 1927. Mounted Constable 22nd! Septem- ber 1927. Laborer 20th August, 192? WHEREAS I, the Public Trustee for the Northern Territoiy have been duly authorised to- administer the above-mentioned estates, Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 22 of the Trustee Act, 1893, that 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 belore the date shown above against the name of ...
G.N. 133/27. BIRDS PROTECTION ORDINANCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
G.N. 133/27/ BIRDS PROTECTION ORDINANCE ATTENTION is drawn to Section 9 (1) of the Binds Protection Ordin ance 1913-26 which reads as under: "Any person who (a) Kills, wounds, destroys, catches or takes; or (ib) Has in his possession cr con- trol; or (c) Sells or offers for sale ah j protected bird shall be uuiliy of an offence. Penalty: Twenty-five Pounds"* C. PRICE C0N1GRAVE. Inspector of Birdu. Darwin, 1st. June 1027.
PROPOSED RISE IN EXPORT MEAT ABOLITION OF PRICE CUTTING ADVISED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
PROPOSED RISE IN EXPORT MEAT ABOLITION OF PRICE CUTTING ADVISED J. B Cramsie, Chairman of the Metropolitan Meat Board stated in a cable message announcing the proposed increase in price of meat by Anglo Continental firms in Eng land, that a true move would) bene fit Australia. If the eight firms re ferredi to in the telegram stopped price cutting each cther.prices would rise and producers wQuld be offered more for their meat. An improved price for export meat is'likely to have a beneficial effect in further developing the unoccupied country of Australia. » SWEDISH CUP PRESENTED TO CANBERRA Melbourne, Thursday To commemorate the inauguration Brown's Buildings, Chambers treet, the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Australia has presented! the Fed eral Parliament with a beautiful glass CUP> manufactured in Sweden at the noted Glassworks of Orrefors. The cup was designed, by the Swed ish Adtisb, Edwarl Half, and engrav ed by G Abels, and W Eilert. BIG FIRE OPPOSITE SYDNEY CENTRAL RAILWA...