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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 — 15 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 uader-meniioned lands, as Cultivation Farms will be received at the Lands Department, Darwin, or the Depart of Home and Territories, Melbourne, on or before the loth July 1927. The land available is situated in the Darwin, and Gulf District as set out in the bonciuuie nereunder 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 shall be ir.ade both in the Commonwealth, and North Australia Gazettes. All applications shall be accompan- ied by a lease and registration fee of thirty shillings. Schedule of Conditions under which the lands Will be Leased 1. RENT.-No rent will be pay- able for the iirst period of the lease, which continues for the applicant'.* lif...
NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION Monday July 18th 1927 Town Court [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
NORTH AUSTRALIAN TENNIS ASSOCIATION Monday Jury 18th 1927 Town Court 4.30 p m-Cooper v Coutanche C of E Co,u.rt 4.30 p m-Naylor & Michell v Lampe & Frost. Tuesday July 19th 1927 , C of E Coui-t 4.30 p m-Miss Reade & Reade v Mrs Young & Younfe. BAT Court 4.3Ó p m-Miss C Bleeser & Giles v winner Miss H Bell & Jacobs & Miss Young & Michell,. St Mary's Court 4.30 p m-Mrs E:eeser & Edwards' v winner Mrs Heaps & Heaps Miss Bell & Coote. Wednesday July 'IQth Town Court 4.30 p m-Brown v Doig. Thursday July 21st BAT Court 4.v0 p m-Young & Todd v Brown & Flynn. St Mary', Court 4.30 p m-Loftes & Toothill v Mee & Fraser. Saturday July 23rd C of E Court 3.30 p m-Edwaids v Flynn. 4.30 p m-Mrs Bleeser '&lt;?' Miss B'eeser v Mrs Barratt & Mi's> Hilditch. BAT Court 4.30 p m-Winner Miss . Reade & Repde Mrs Young «.-. Young v Winner Mrs Egnel & Enge...
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
SHIPPING Arrivals per m.v. Malabar: Mr Justice Beeby; H J Foster; E Morey; B H Allen; M's J B Beeby; Miss J Beeby: Capt But1 er; Brs But 1er; C Johnson; Mrs Ross Jones Sis ter Rutherford; A C .fourrier; W W Williams; E J Wrigley; J Abgemis; Cariak-as Christohmio; K Eftichios; G J Bermpatis; J Chusth; T Gounia Epifenis; Francis; Guourias; Gogos; Georgion; Giorg; Haratzis; P Kon gras; Michaila;- Pasinch; Panagoiou; Pilatis Oysterinos; Psomas; Parpinos Pantelis;Rasontis; J Sapunzio; Saros Scopilitis; S Terpina; C Terpina; J Tsakaios; J Verginas; D Verginas: D Colitis; At'haris; E Blackman; C Georgion: Grothos; Hackimichael; Juchos; Konstantinon; Kavapolis; Kovimas; Liristis; Michael; Maravo by Michail; Pandilis; Pandaeleis; Pa pas; Pagiten; A Rampotis; Tolligas; G Toeannose: Tsiavaras; Aristides: Chronaeos; Colias; Matsimos; I" ou bakis; T O'Keefe: Alagralis; T Bar rett; C Beaton: A Barnigo; J Barrie: Cáelas: A Guthrie; F Hack; J Kitsas; H E Kirwin; Leinonan F C Lowe; Mrs Melon and two...
METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
METHODIST CHURCH The service at the Methodist Chui'ch on Sunday evening next will, be conducted by the Rev. Stanley Jarvis, and the preacher for the oc casion will be the Rev. J. A. Barber M. A. of Melbourne. The choir will, render the anthem "The way, . the Truth, and the Life.". Mr Barber is well' known in the south as a most successful and gifted minister of the Presbyterian Church. Recently he was appointed as the Director and Organiser of the Church's activities in the far reaching work of the Aus tralian Inland Misgion with its bene ficent Bush Hospitals ministering at all points of the compass in the hinterland'of Australia. Dr Simpson is travel,lL".g with the isverend gentleman a,nd their visit to the in teror and Darwin should! be fraught with blessing to the hospital^ and nurses under their control. *
DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Mr Snell's Prize Final Stages July 10 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
DARWIN RIFLE CLUB Mr Snell's Prize Final Stages. July 10 1927 eooy ds 500; yds R French 33 2 35 31 2 33 F French 32 2 34 32 2 34 J Cooper 26 6 32 33 6 35 W Watson 22 b 31 25 9 34 A Sawtell 28 2 30 *35 2 35 F G Long 17 12 29 * 23- 12 35 W Ndttall 27 3 30 30 3 33 E Coote 24 4 28 31 4 35 M B Todd 28 2 30 29 2 31 G Seale 26 3 .29 28 3 31 K Clark 20 6 26 27 6 33 D Gordon 15 12 27 19 12 33 A Morris 23 7 30 20 7 27 R Atkinson 15 6 21 30 6 35 V Litchfield, Jr. 10 11 21 20 11 31 * possible off rifle Won by R. French A Sawtell scored 7 consecuxive bulls and wins an engvâved spoon Chinese Merchants Prize Final St.uief July 17tlv, 1027 HANDICAPS F French R French 2, M B Todd A Sawtell J Coopei W Nutt all, H Ellen 3, G Serfle 4, K Clnrk E Coote R Parker R Atkinson H Sutherland A Morris 6, W Watson 7, A Crerar H Naylor 8, W Harmer R Edwards V Litchfield Jr. P. T Redfern 10, F G Lons W Gordon D Gordon, R Cook V Litchfield Senr. 12.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
HEENZO INTRODUCES -o- -? A WONDERFUL TONIC The reputation of the chemists who make HEENZO, the' famous cough mixture is bc-hind the ciaim that money cannot buy a better TONIC than HEANS TONIC NERVE NUTS for enriching the blood, nourishing the nerves and restoring the physical energy and nerve force of people who run down* nervy, neurotic, or anaemic, through overwork, worry, exhausted nerves or poorness of blood. Start to-day on the load to pood health by taking HEAN'S TONIC NERVE NUTS-they cost only 3/- per box.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEE[?] m.v. MALABAR. From Southern Ports [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEEG m.v. MALABAR. From Southern Potts 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 whea the Cargo is clear of the Ship's tackle and delivery so far as the ship is concerned will be deemed to have been taken when the cargo is clear of the ship's sides. AU Bills of Lading must I. j pro- duced and surrendered at tl.e office of .the undersigned, all freight and charges paid, and delivery order ob- tained, and no claims against the Ship will be recognised unless 'urlepcl WITHIN SEVEN DAYS from the date of the Steamer's arrival. A. E. JOLLY & CO., AGENTS.
CROSS PACIFIC FLIGHT BRITISH OFFICERS DARING VENTURE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
CROSS PACIFIC FLIGHT BRITISH OFFICERS DARING VENTURE Two British ex-officer pilots have arrived in Vancouver with a view to starting on a flight; shortly from Canada to Australia across the Pacific. The first stn ore of the journey will be a non stop flight from Vancouver to Honolulu-a distance of 2,400 miles. Further stops will be made at Fanning Island and the Fiji Islands, whence tho distance of 1,700 miles to Sydney, New South Wales, will be made in one flight and the machine used in thi.s atiampt will be a seaplane. Heenzo a famous remedy for coughs is mentioned elsewhere in this issue, Last wint' r, when influenza of a mild fou» was prevalent, the de- mand for Heenzo wa? so great that Messrs Jolly & Co , who usually keep a good stock ou hand, had difficulty in supplying the denund.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
WILSON-REGINALD JOHN WIL SON, one time of Sydney, fireman; or his children if any are requested to communicate with the Public Trustee 67 Castlereagh Street Sydney on or before the 15th September 1927 re garding the distribution of the es tate of Amy Wilson known as Ther esa Alice Taylor; Amy Rose Wilson, Alice Rose Payten, Rose Whattoa, Rose Lewis, Rose Walsh» Ira Bray* Annie Smith or Myra Bray who lately resided at 33 Mackie Street Surry Hills and who died on the 27th May 1925. E. J. PAYNE^ Public Trustee Estate of THERESA ALICE TAY LOR, known as Amy Wilson, Amy Rose Wilson, Alice Rose Payten1, Rose Whatton, Rose' LewiSt Rose Walsh; Ira Bray, Annie Smith or Myra Bray; late of 33 Mackie Street) Surry Hills, intestate. Any person claimin.j a shlare of the above mentioned estate as husbandl, child, next of Kin or otherwise is required to send in written notice of his or her claim to the Public Trustee 67 Castlereagh Street Sydney on or before the fifteenth day of September 1927 after...
DEATH OF P BYRNE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
DEATH OF P BYRNE News from Townsville that P. Bjyrne had died in the hospital on Monday evening last ïame as a shock to his many friends. Recent news of a successful operation for abscess on the liver had causcdi them to hope that' he wouldi soon be re stored to full health and vigor. But it was not to be. Evidently during the long period of waiting to get better, 'his vitality was slowly but surely ebbing- away and the operation came too late. "Paddy" as he' was affectionately known, was a native of Bath, Eng . land). An ex navy man he was for some time employed on both the Kalgoorlie & Boulder Firo Brigades In a' spirit of pure adventure he be came a stockman as a change from station cook. His rocklegs generosity and unsel fishness was fortunately not entirely forgotten in his hour of need. The response to a fund on his behalf was really in the na du re of a tribute to his character.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
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General Telegrams DEATH AND DEVASTATION BY FLOODS IN CHINA Adelaide, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
Genero! Te le ¿fra iii*» "HI DEATH AND DEVASTATION BY FLOODS IN CHINA Adelaide, Friday More than 1,000 natives in the Southern Anhwei Region . of China have been drowned and many thous- ands are destitute and homeless, through a sudden rise of a tributary of the Yangl.se Chiang, All villages along both banks of the stream for miles are flooded. Several dykes were broken and a tremendous loas of pro- perty has occurred. Thousands of cattle have perished and crops are ruined. All buildings on farms were swept away by the flood. Appeals for aid have been broadcast, intima- ting that unless immediate measures are taken, thousands more persons will perish from exposure and starva- tion Sampans and juncks, which are the only means of rescue are pitifully small, and many craft have been cap sized through overcrowding and the occupants drowned, JAPAN ACCEPTS COMPROMISE It is understood that Japan has accepted a compromise in which Great Britain and the United States will each be allowed 12 ...
ARBITRATION COURT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
ARBITRATION COURT Proceedings before Mr Justice Beeby will commence -jil Monday morning next with the main line workers case. Cases to follow will be Workers on Railway Construct1'«» i, Wh:irf Workers, Tank employes, other em ployes. It is probable that '¿nv ployes in tho pastoral '.nd agricul tura] industry will also be deak vith All parties are being siven ample opportunity to arrive at a mutual agreement before îesorti.i.ç to irbit ration.