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TIDES FOR JULY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
TIDES FOR JULY 1 6 3£ > 7 28 17 7 3 7 50 2 7 20 8 11 l8 7 49 8 32 3 7 58 8 50 l8 8 36 9 17 4 8 40 9 29 20 9 26 10 4 .5 9 23 10 IO 21 10 21 11 0 6 10 11 . 10 55 22 11 26 - 7 11 7 _L 23 0 6 0 40 8 0 0 0 15 24 1 19 1 55 9 0 53 1 25 25 2 28 3 2 10 1 57 2 27 26 3 25 4 57 11 2 C3 3 19 27 4 16 4 57 12 3 35 4 7 28 5 4 5 48 13 4 15 4 54 29 5 47 6 33 14 4 51 5 41 30 6 26 7 13 15 5 36 6 27 31 7 1 7 48 16 6 l8 7 8
MARINE NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
MARINE NOTICES Notices recently issued by the Navy Office DepL. of Defence Melbourne, .draw attention to the decreased depth alongside the Dar win Jetty, where a minimum dejrth of 19 ft is reported, alongside the jetty at a point 75 feet from the wes tern on/l. Elsewhere alongside there is a minimum depth of aibout 20 feet Tbf> depths aro at L.W.O.S Another notification is to the effect that the LauHng Off Buoy situated about one cable length east ward of the Darwin Jetty has been i'emoved. A shoal is reported as existing iri Clarence Straits in latitude'11 ¿Leg. 48 min. south, longitude 131 cleg. 21 min east, with a d¡epth of two fathoms or less over it, and from investigation it appears xo be part of the Beagle P^ef the who1,© of which is reported to lie to the northward of it? ' present chart position.
METAL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
METAL MARKET The following information has been received by telegraph by 1 he Mines Department, . Copper Spot £53 15 7% three months £54 5 7% Electi-olytic 59 1 5 forward 60 5 0 Lead Spot 22 17 e forward 23 6 3 Spelter Spot 27 13 9 forward 27 10 0 Tin Spot 286 7 6 three months 280 12 6 Silver Standard Spot 2 1 7/8 forward 2 1 7/8 fine spot 2 3 15/16 forward 2 3 15/16 Molybdehum 2 13' Wolfram 14 0 .... A letter has been received in Dar win stating that Col. Serenekoff, formerly, secretary of Elcho Island (Boucaut Bay), Junction Bay and of Huddersfield, fame, died of heart failure at his farm near Melbourne about the midtdle of June last Mr W H Ethridpe has received a telegram from Mr Holmes staling that he had ordered a new len ton compressor with one ton ice bcx which will be shipped on the AJ.ir ella if possible. '.> * « At the Police Court on Monday last Mrs Jessie Sinclair . Litchfield asked leave to withdraw charge in respect of Robert Marchant's e'.ïo tio,n to the Darwin Tow...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
* ï Builders and Contractors Saw and Joinery EViils Laige btocks of Timber, Joimy $ E jilding Mrttrials all descriptions always on hand Anything fiom a packing case to a ready cm Home. Plans and estimates free. THONE 48. BOX 74 DARWIN is deeply mieres) Of all the 'hines that go towards making homehfe pleasant and 1 ni] j, music holds perhaps the highest place ' We will gladly post you Catalogues and Price-lists and explain how you can own a Pahr¿ Piano by paying a small de pos.t and the balance on easy terms We guarantee every Instrument. Libc.al Discount for Cash W. H PALTNG ti CO , LTD , 8b-8b Queen Street, Brisbane /Mil at Toow&lt;">mba RocUnnfton Townsville QU ALI i y ) U H K l Y * O I E ^INCE 185 3 Thousands of homes have been made h ] niei with PALINGS PIANOS L~.a*.&lt;_ -_ C'S)-a Riding Baddies liTIS SADDL« is absolute ly ni c of tho B&lt; st, nd Che apes Saddles .oileic1 t the in.ui on the laid Ulai will i;ivecolid wear P'acticill} now-novel Ix en ...
NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
NORTHERN TERRITORY RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING SEPTEMBER 24-27, 1927. FIRST DAY 1. TRIAL HANDICAP 5 furs. £15. Second Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses only. For horses that have not received more than £15 from any one race 9st min. Norn. 15/-. 2. FLYING HANDICAP 6 furs. £25. Second Horse £5 from Stake. Open Race. Importeid stallions and mares having been in the Northern Terri- tory at least 3 years to be allowed 3 lbs and 5 lbs respectively at scale. 9st. min. Nom. £1/5/ 3. HACK RACE 4 furs. £10 Second Horse £2 from Stake. Horses to be approved by, Stewards. lOst. min. Nom. 10/- Post Entry. 4. NORTH AUSTRALIA HANDI- CAP 9 furs. £50. Second Horse £7 Third Horse £3 from Stake. For Northern Territory and East Kim- berley bred horses, and imported stallions and mares that have been in the Northern Territory for at least 3 years. 9st. min. Norn» £2/10/ 5. GULNARE HANDICAP 8 furs. £15 Second Horse £3 from Stake. Open Race. 9st. min. Nom. 15/ SEC...
General Telegrams. CLOUD BURST IN GERMANY TERRIBLE SCENES IN STRICKEN AREA Berlin, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
MJMWtfMaM Genera! Telegrama. ?^?J»«»» 1-tMVT**. .V»»' . CLOUD BURST IN GERMANY TERRIBLE SCENES IN STRICKEN AREA Berlin, Tuesday The deaths resulting from a cloud burst in the Elbe area are now num bered at 200. The deathroll is mounting steadily, as bodies have been recovered, in out of the way places, many mutilated and unrecog nisable. The damage is estimated at £800,000. There are 109 dead in Berçdescheubel alone. A telephone message warned the Ua\or that the river was rising rapidity and he sent messengers hurrying through the town. Within a quarter of an hour they were forced to take refuge in the principal hotel from which they saw house after house undermmed by the swelling flood which rose 15 feet in as many minutes. Some of the residents had not even time to reach the upper floors and others were trapped in their bedrooms.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
Ff? íu aadt Mond« krag reenn 2¿íh£ o How to avoid it As a general rule everyone feels less energetic on Monday than any other day of the week. This is very aptly termed " Mondayitis." In- stead of the week-end rest bracing up people, it has the opposite effect. The prin- cipal reasons for this are an interruption of the regular habits of living and over- indulgence in food, causing the liver to become sluggish. In such instances a dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills,* taken before retiring on Sunday night, will prove most } jneiicial. If you have never douo so, try this sug- gestion ; then note liov/" dif- ferent you feel on Monday.
AN ANTIDOTE FOR SWELLED HEAD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
AN ANTIDOTE FOR SWELLED HEAD Chemists can make or will make in their crucibles everything that nature can make except, perhaps life itself. When you are tempted to feel de pressed with your own importance, remember that chemists recently discovered' that the average man is made up of enough fat for seven ibars of soap, enough lime to white wash a chicken coop; about enough sugar to fill a shaker, enough iron to make a small .nail, enqugh sulphur to ri'd a dog of fleas, enough magne siuim for i. small dose, enough pot assium to fire a toy cannon, enough phosphorous for a box of matches, and a couple of buckets of water. One probably could sell* the lot for a few shillings !
RUSSIA BUYS AUSTRALIAN WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
RUSSIA BUYS AUSTRALIA:»! WOOL J. Patiagorgky, Vice F resident of the Textile Import Company Limited of Moscow who recently arrived in Sydney s.'ñd, that in t'.ur months since when the representative of Russia 'had been in, Australia, 17,531 bales of wool hadi been, bought values at £500,000. Patiagorsky stated, em phatically that his visit to Australia was not in my vay connected with politics. The company is not allied with Arcos Limited.
GN 159/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
GN 159/27 RETURN of all persons without relatives known or resident in the Northern Territory of Australia who have died or have been found, dead in any part of the Northern Territory during the period between the 1st day of January 1927 and the SOtH day of June 1927 and concerning whose death the Police can furnish any information. HANSEN, PETER, died at Pine Creek on January 2nd', 1927. He was a native of Denmark and arrived, overland per bicycle He was 62 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches in height, well built, brown eyes, sallow complexion and grey moustache and hair. BOLKA, JOHN ISAAC. Accidentally drowned at Clara Crossing, Daly River. He was a native of France and is supposed to have resided in Western Australia previous to coming to the Territory. He was 53 years ox age, stout build; 5 feet 8 inches in height, dark brown eyes and black hair. ROMAN, LOUIS. Died at Darwin on the twentyeighth day of January 1927 whilst carrying o,ut his oc cupation as diver. He was horn in Switzerl...
GN 161/27 Office of the Government Resident Darwin, N A, 9th July 1927 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
GN 161/27 Office of the Government Resident Darwin, N A, 9th July 1927 IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED -hat tht tender of Mr George Stevens of Pine Creek for the supply of fresh or salted beef to Destitute Persons (who are in receipt of rations from the Government) for the period of One (1) year from the 1st. July, 1927, until 30th June 1928, at the undermentioned rate has been ac cepted : Delivery at any place within half a mile radius from Butcher's Shop, Pine) ¡ Creek, and or delivery by rail at any Rail(way Siding or stopping place along the Railway Line^ be tween Knuckey's .Lagoon and KaSher ine at the rate of Sixpence (6d) per pound ; the cost of railage and de livery to be borne by the Con tractor. R. H. WEDDELL Government Resident
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 July 1927
i Make Certain of your comfort in a pair of "Standard" 74's ! They keep their shape until the end Northern Territory men will find in them more comfort than they expect and longer wear than is usual. Fine soft leather, fitted with elastic sides, desig ,ed for hard conditions. Ask you storekecpci for the " Standard" 74. If you cannot procure, write to the Davey Halliday Co., Limited, ior name of your local retailer. D Sole Manufacturers Brisbane Queensland Look for this bran on every pair Every pair Guaranteed D Cheer up old man ! *£&# fc$ \ Â Jazz Record will cure it ! ' Adams & Foster stock REXOMAS and they get Net Machines and Fresh Records by Every Steamer. The Rexonola 1 is the best machine on the market to-day Sweet in tone and low in price.
GN 131/27 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Territory Times — 15 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 Ile 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 hiß premises in a Prohibited Area or conceals or harbours any Aboriginal or Half-caste within a Prohibited Area shall be guilty of an offence 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 Aboriginal...